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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Just I '! ProgressOf In Race Fund ControvesyCommissioners 1 f t

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A -- 21And Defend Their StandStarke 'Boards Hold rata a j

o SignUp At the meeting of the County

Commissioners jMonday there wall Florida

4 a "getting down to brass tacks"on July 9, 1941 Joint Meet .

several mailers, but especially I The Hon Board of Public InstructionOf N ,7,

i : .r' ''flU!. with reference ,-to the building of Bradford County, Florida A tempest that threatened for ,
Starke Florida a while to outgrow its teapot
Uncle defense highways in Bra dford
a seemed well on the way to settje-+ -.
County. Five\ representatives of Dear sirs:
Sam ment through compromise: thla '
the State Road: Department were week '
following Important meetsIngs
idle Your letter of July 7, 1941 written to the Board of County *
present and also a delegation her. Monday of the Board y
I Commissioners failed to reach! the Board before adJournment '
flora the Chamber of Commerce of County Commlaslonera and the i
was taken and has only today been handed to me. "

j surprisingly large number of candidates ((119)) turned out last week when the draft board held I In Gainesville, |who were greatly The Clerk states that the letter wee placed on his leak some Board Trouble of ,,Public Instruction.

lone-day' registration for youngsters who have become 21 since last October. Pictured above, from ,,' Interested In the outcome of the time Monday afternoon and that he did not Bee It until the has been brewing between for the the two past boards few

IT Jr. draft board secretary Mrs J. D. Griffis Hampton-Blandlng road. commissioners had adjourned, which I regret very much aa
to rjghL,, are; N. D. Wainwright, ; clerical assistant; weeks aa a result of the Comml. '
Itt Edwards, Jr., chairman of the board; and live new candidates for selective service: Harold I' Asked whatjtheCounty} Com I would have liked to place It before them before commentingon alonera' suggestion that the first .

ton S. U Alvarez James Roy Gurley, L. M. Gaines and N. T. Rltch.iO missioners were going to do to the contents thereof. However wince I was denied thla ",000 received by Bradford I .
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hasten the building of the defense counsel and advice I must rely upon my own Judgment aa County from the Race Track Fund ,
I roads Chairman W. M. Edwards to the will of the said Commissioners as expressed to me and be appropriated for roa4 ,
necessary
Driveles Knight WarnsDelinquents Board Awards frankly admitted that he did not upon my own Judgment aa to the beat Interests of the tax and bridge work. Aa the annual w

o know-that the County had no payers of the County.I race track receipts ((930.000 to

funds, and the 'State turned down $38.000)) have previously been dl.
Tax Colector C. A. Knight appeals for aid. It seemed that really do believe however from the tone of your letter that vlded DO- O by'the two board 'M
Over TOD Bus RoutesAt available to both Board will be able to arrive at an amicable settlement *
this week Issued a final warning no money was carry the new plan of distribution would
to those who are delinquent out the condemnation proceedings of this, to say the least, very unpleasant controversy.If mean loss of 2.000 to the school 1

in their personal which had been begun, and that system of
lirrajr! prop- the meeting of the County I you will rewrite the second paragraph of your letter to Bradford County. }
should be
erty taxe certainly no new cases School officiate
|Bradford County went overtop Board of Public Instruction last read as followa" will exert every effort at my command to refused to agree
"If such tares> are not paid Instituted unless and until the Latest move
t'SO drive. I have It agreed to by the Commissioners and the will toward compro-
the problem
In H.
i Monday B. Wiggins resignedas could be
by Tuesday July 13, the ones already pending raise war made In sat
a letter
dated
|tile happy news was tu- name of the owner must be teacher In the Hampton Junior financed. be settled to the satisfaction of all concerned; July 8, addressed to
eel yesterday by Jon. tw; published In a list which I High School to accept the position Affer the day-long session had I would like to suggest that the second paragraph be Publlo Instruction and the Board of our
(HMO, chairman of the drive to d v e rtlse of postmaster at of changed to read; "Thla Is to assure you that we will agree signed by a wtsuq
wm required M Hampton. ended, however, and most the W., At Edwards chairman of the
I Bradford County. next: week," Mr. Knight His resignation was unanimously facts were In, Chairman Edwards for the first ",000.00 derived from the, 1942-1943 race track Board of County Commissioners

lour quota was $1,400. Mated. accepted by the Board and Mrs. seemed much more optimistic over season designated as Race Track Funds! and the same offering to allow the school Its f fa

|Hr. Wilson has "oaoh on The last session of the Blanche Perry was elected to fill the prospects of the roads, "The amount each subsequent season thereafter to be appropriated, entire half of the 1941-42 race: :

and In the bank" actually legislature. passed u law providing the vacancy. Gainesville crowd," he said "can '''to the Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund and the balance track receipts If it would agree' ,

114758. ,j'I that delinquent tone "'. A. Meads, former Janitor of borrow the money to buy right-of- (, of said funds to be equally divided between the Board of In alt'succeeding' ,, year to let the 1t::y as
(( want to thank all wUo cornted : shall become delinquent on the Hampton Junior High School, way on the Hampton cut-off be- Public Instruction and the Board of County Commissioners.This first $4,000 go for road work.. ""

and wish especially to April 1 of each year, with presented his resignation, i n <. .w-en '*e. ,ton and the Clay will enable your Honorable Board to use the entire What the School Board will ..replywy( :J

end our faithful committee the exception of the current Garfield Johns was elected m' hi*VCoUmy' line. ,The Board la going one-half of the 1941-1942 Race Track Funds for your Indebtedness to thla proposal la not yet known- l *5Il

looters who made possible our year, when they will become place the. salary to be $45 per to try to borrow money enoughto and for that reason the County Commissioners will go The courthouse Monday morning aeaa

i by their untiring effort," delinquent'after July 15. month. buy right-of-way on all defense to your assistance. with the assurance that In subsequent presented a busy scene ,aa ;15 w
I highly-pleased chairman star In stressing the fact that The resignation of"Elmo StrutK roads fn the County. That former years the matter will be ...Wetl.I or 20 school trustees from all t ,l

I yesterday. the new law hall teeth. Btr. as Trustee of Special Tax; School lit, depends.. he continued, "00 parts of the county filled t b I

|The United Service Organlza- ,Knight suldt "I am.reqiOretl District. No.3, Starke, was accepted the positive understanding/ that sincerely trust that your Honorable ftody and that the School Board office promptly at, '
i Is comprised of the Y. M.. C. to issue an execution against and Jerry Moore was the roads are built if the right-of-. people of Bradford County at large will understand that the 10 o'clock They had been Invited

i the National Catholic, Com personal pripe r t :y'u pee unanimously elected to fill his ways, are bought Commissioners are just as Interested In the welfare of the by Dr._ W. E...$ ddl.ton, auperuv* : *

illy Service, the, Salvation ,which taxes: .are not-paW" place. Miss Phyllis Leonard, I was "We are wire that 261 (Starke schools as you are, that we have shown thla Interest and tendent of public Instruction to j 1t

ay, the Y. W C. A., the Jew- ,4- *., elected aa commercial: : }eacher and lox Blending), will be built.")WMr. proved fIt on manyoccasions* by making emergency appropriation meet with the board and let" the ; tf

| Welfare Board, and them Na-. Comm issionersApprove' Miss Marcia Sparkman as home Edwards stated. "But we are not *' for school 'grounds and school purposes., CojJPty C q 'rn Iq.J pal oners,.know. ly'n

Travelers Aldr Association. .' econo flat I This Board of County' Commissioners la Interested In the
pooledothelt"" effort to. the school term 194142.'The unless the State Road Departmentassures of Adequate ,financial support fort a tN
: .safe orderly and human transportation at'the school children '
be
> maintain and operate ,build us that the roads will acrioolak:
of the following bus'routes were
i and recreational\ facilities. In At tie meeting/; Boardof:_ .awarded: built No work has been doneon to the various schools; These. children are transportedover Upstairs Jt. h e Commissioner dat t

unities adjacent to oft army County Commlsslonera Monday I The Frederick Watteraon route, I the Hampton Lawtey /roads dangerous streams that must be substantially brl fed. were grouped,around'fthelr 'table,

and naval. stations.' 'The I the following persons were put on Alvin Wynn the Lester Shade except" the survey, Mr. Edwards Life can be lost, many lives can be lost, by the collapse of busy with their own. problems,

Y raised In Bradford County the pauper roll for $5: per month: Ito I ute to J .B. Prevatt: ?; Frank Norman -: said, "but we must carry through faulty bridges. Many of our children are transported as and trying to figure out a way to I'' ;

ther with funds from similar I Mrs Cora Strickland, Mrs. Isham route to Frank Norman; M. I Ion 261. We must I dig up the much as 40 miles each day going ,In buses to and from finance the county defense roads *'
palpi* all over the country, I change somewhere" school. This Board la interested In having roads and and go ahead with the regular
Snate and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. C. Miller route to M. C. Miller; I '"
10 for this worthy cause.et Eldon I bridges In such condition that these children. will not be road work and bridge problems) ice'
died, his Eldon Sapp route to Sapp; I I
J. L. Underhill, having besides.
Nelson Green route to Nelson, nervous wrecks at the end of the day from.being' Jostled "SI
| Shows name was removed from the Green; W. O. Collins route to W. Hotel Plans over rough roads, detoured around broken bridges, by exposure .The School Board reasoned that

few Theatre O. K. pauper roll. O, Collins; Andrew Redding routeto from wet and cold In stuck school buses, or thrown (Continued Oat Page Eight) I Se t

A plat of Pearce' re-aubdivlslon L. A. Redding; Elam Lewis into and perhaps drowned In swollen atreama. We have a (

e new. Florida Theatre \will of the J. G. Alvarez block of the route to Elam Lewis; Leon Comer Fall ThroughThe solemn duty to perform to our school children and! to the Pasteurized ,Milk Sa,'

I completed In the very near f J. G. Alvarez addition to the city route to O. R. Alvarez; Britt Al- citizens of the county aa a whole. Their lives are at stake ; ram asF

are, it was announced last''of Starke was approved and entered varez route to Britt Alvarez; L. Hotel Bradford their health la at stake, the whole well being of our CountyIs t Y

fit by George .Manaasa, man- upon' the public records of L. Wainwright route to L. L. 60-room at stake and last but not least the success of our National To Be
r the County. Likewise a plat. of Wainwright; Ed Durban route to which was to be erected on the Defense Program Is at atake In this very County In providing Required F

0, C Stagreburg architect, who Starke Heights was approved and Ed Durban; L. L. Renfroe routeto the present site of the H. C. Rltch defense road righta-of-way. We are sorely pressed for '. t ,

Igned the building/ and who Is entered upon the public records. L. L.' Refroe; Levy Norman and W. E. Bryant residences on funds. Our hearts are big but our pocketbook 1 la small and Dr. B. R. Boone director, and i

ising architectural aupervln. Bond of C. A. Knight as notary route to Levy Norman;Tomlln.on Roy Tom- I West Call street, failed to ma- empty. D. 1. Slgman, aanltartan, of the

recently completed teat of public In the amount of $500 and linson Dempsey route Sapp to route Roy t o Seeber; I terallze. W. T Clute, realtor, an- This Board charged with desiring the abolishment of the local health unit, 'are .regularblltzkrelg
structural strength of the executed by A. A. Grlffls and K. nounced Monday. The hotel was artists They under. '
ding. Johns Emory Johns 'route to Hoard of Bond Trustees and now that we have accomplished
Load tests, double that take one rue
thing at a tune
ICh win I 1 I be required of the O. Duncan as sureties was ap. Emory Johns; Ellery Sapp routeto to be built by Jack Hertzman and this we are squawking because of (the lack of funds; we fast, and continue until their, work task eaors'
ping-, were proved. L. Norman; S. R. Hick routeto Ben E. Frank, hotel men from rise to answer that charge by saying that we did desire that Is completed.
satisfactorily They worked to
led. .' I I L. L. Renfroe was appointed to A. A Edwards; A. L. Green. Miami Beach.According the Board of Bond Trustees be abolished and the people of that *ee

|''l i U expected the .building will' take the Agricultural- census for Jr., route to C. S Kelley; E J. to Mr. Clute. the Bradford County spoke In no uncertain terms on November had a every health person card.: handling They worked food .? ,

ready for occupancy -on' or|11942. Lewis route to B. J. Lewis The structure would( have cost $80,000, ft, 1941 to the tune of over four to one for abolishment of (o the end that Starke'a Streets F

"ut September 1. The) Board of County Commissioner Sam Mott and the Pitt Newsom Including the lots, and the anticipated this board.If might be clean. They are stilt

I *,adjourned' for a time for routes were held over. loan. to help finance the deal working ,to the end that the aoldlera >>1. i r
The R. F. body was upheld In its recommendationsand 7
ever a public
leet the purpose of organizing as a The Board adjourned to meet was not forthcoming. and clllienry of the Starke
: board of Equalizers. Friday. July 11, at 10 o'clock A. C. Is the only organization, Mr. In Ita position you will agree with me that thin Board community might have good
M.. Clute said, that makes such loans was and we hasien, to admit the charge and face any Issues health. Mtl

1fI'Al'1'an&'lnr and the money was not available Involved therein sharing and sharing/ alike with the taxpayers Their present hilts to In the Interest

Col. Kelley To Leave for the local hotel. The purchaseof of this County, with the school children of this of pasteurized milk. "Camp ; E4e'
the above-named property was County and with the teachers and bus drivers who must Blandlng and all '
army
camp
Camp On July 15 contingent upon whether or not a deal with the results of unpasnable. r 0 ads and broken have regulations that all eating e' '

Col. R. H. Kelley who took loan could be secured. bridges.So places frequented by soldiers are Ir Nt NI'1

command of Camp Blandlng whenIt you can see from the above that we are Interested In the required to serve pasteurized milk, s
Starke PublicityIn and that the milk
shall be avail
was still In Its infancy last fall well being of our schools, the welfare otlur children the able In ".
will to New Orleans La., on Church PaperEvery half-pint containers Dr.
go welfare of our teachers and of our bus drivers, and because Boone announced
officer of Tuesday. "The N
executive
July 13 as of this Interest we will be more than willing to meet you'In Camp has
Third Military Area, com- Baptist Minister la the requested me to Investigate ,1,1I
the dS4
outlined with the that ,
above hope
posed of Alabama. Mississippi, Southern Convention has receivedfor a spirit compromise as all eating place ,In the I
1.st + and Louisiana. Col. Kelley was publication a large two-page. no Internal controversies will divert us from the spirit of two counties for that purpose," I

stationed at Blandlng as comman- folder showing the g r o w t h of cooperation of building a bigger and better County, and of he continued. "They themselves f ea

der of the Station Complement etarke and Its opportunities. This serving In this national crisis which we are now facing as have already placed restrictions t a
aa Corps Area troopa. folder contains fact about the true and loyal servants of the greatest people In the world In the Blending area and all eat.
succeeded at related to the local lag place there serve pasteurized
Col. Kelley will be camp life a* today.
s by Col. Louis A. Kunzlg Baptist church as well as picture milk.
Standing/
Faithfully and cooperatively yours, "We have
church Starke already surveyed this
Croft. S. C. of the ,
of Since Camp coming to Blanding last I streets, and soldIers: W, M. Edwards, Chairman of theBoard of town and have brought It to the
have County Commissioners of Bradford County. point where about 80 to BO per
Mate' fall. Col. and Mrs. Kelley This folder has been publishedby .
of
cent the restaurant
Florida. are nowserving
made many friends In Starke the Home Mission Board of
.
1 l i y" Sw who will be Interested to know the Southern Baptist Convention small containers.pasteurized The milk and In sap

that they recently purchased a which 1 I. endeavoring to raise Flood Lights Given Sheriff Office NotesDave I asked for a report on Camp those has "
home at.Melro.. near here and $300,000 on July 27 to use in communities I
will return to Florida when Col.I like Starke to help meet : The Starke Board of B o n d Kelley who lives out three places which do not meet these i s rri
rN
requirement that
I so they +
Kelle y rlrtefe s the soldier needs In the church. !I Trustees have recently Installed miles on the Lake Butler road, take appropriate action. Thla may

Kelley retires from Army service 'With the raising of this money It'[ flood lights outdoors at the bad 30 chickens. from him ," Dr. Boone said' "may consist action -

next June.Ornamental. I. expected will receive that Starke a good Baptist sum."(I I American Legion WPA Recrea- last Friday night, according to In declaring: those placea ,out
church '
This enables the soldiers J. B. Howe, Jailor. No arrests of bounds. Mli
FenceA. which will likely result In major | tlon project.
Dr Boone said he
tock 011 the shelves of his attractive new West Call St., alterations to the present building I to play outdoor game at havo beenmade.Willie cooperation of tho was havingthe
Cry Ia Brooks B. Williams, proprietor bf construction of a new Johnson colored of Law- ** places j'
J opened the new
> A" Brooks, Proprietor of the recently or possibly I t,: night and also light. up I which are not yet serving

II Store. Florida In 1930 the Magnolia Hotel. In order to church adequate to the needs of Is In Jail following a fight In pasteurized
II Born ,In Evergreen, Ala.. he came to and at the boxing] and wrestling arena. ley milk a n d. that before
I aucho?* 'In Wauchula where he was engaged 'In the mercantile beautify the premises more privacyto I the fast growing camp commu-I I Both the Jones-Langford-Whlte which he cut another negro long compliance would be 100 percent

se tor ." .ears. Deciding to move to North Florida. Mr.ta same time Insure attractive nlty. Post of the American Legion and named Houston last Friday night In this regard. ::1 p a+
built -
a folder
racer lettled Greenville where he spent another aU years In theCaatp I its guests. ha aahloned very picket I' The advertising the local the local recreation project wish about 11 o'clock. J. B. Rowe. I "Raw milk MAT BE safe; ,but
from
second store old -t tains paragraphs I announced Saturday. It Is know that
bu.etn the we
h" to Jailor pasteurized
+s, Several 1 months ago h* opened< will be painted the Board and a plc- to express their thanks milk 13, :,1,1I
reality a fence. The fence pastor to this understood the wound waS not ALWAYS SAFE." X>
for
R1an Starke-becam a ( Board of Bond Trustees r. Boon con- 1
. ding His third store-In Rev A.
week. James, and several varieties of flowers 1 iture of the local pastor dangeroua. I cluded.:
two sons
<> ho favor.
IS, sad Btnle s ,Mr.14. BrooD ;married and will be planted within the gates. E. Llgbtfoot. .' 1 t


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zs 7 tie TWO- BRADFORD ooirwrr 'TKLBORAPO STAKKB. FLORIDA I'IUDA.YIU1.Y
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said, "Empires die of indigestion Russia -

The Bradford County', Telegraph is the biggest bite that any conqueror Army's Newest Bomber Comes Out of the Clouds

? Kntabllithed 1877 could ever attempt. Surely Hitler must

j ;,:: Mu lied:Weekly ..

road,C1aIoe Matter at.the Post Office at Starke. ..Pia.MEMBER solution to his problems before giving ?#."'' :' '''''' "rr..o;) ; :

.. ,. ., '.1.,.. ( X' """ _x, ':t 1' ,!j.'>- > ,
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-- - -- -- marching orders along the ,,,1500-mile front. .{j;:), ,'",(, <\<,<):.f' \j: ,< "?'. 1." "," >, @;y s'Y

Opinions differ greatly as to the quality ?, W '

PRESS A5SOCIATJON of the Russian army. Few figures are 4
::1
available, but it is believed that at least 12-

_T 3ot Da. ?eo.Jd& 000,000 men have been given military training 'AtR & e

:. Matthews: ___________ Editor and Owner and that, fully mobilized, Russia's S!
,. '( 4ta
T -- S.IJ CItIl..ION "A.TIC regular army, plus reserves, would total 5- n

;r Yearly. $1.73: Mix: Month. <1.MV_ 000,000 men, or more. The air force is a.,

s 1UKM-: THOUGHT FOR TilE WEEK estimated at 9000 planes, though their ;%fr 8

"Let every soul be subject unto the higher ouality is doubtful. There are gigantic numbers -.- -

'f "'-1'11. For there la no power but of God; the of tanks, motorized artillery, and other

'', ''/t towers that be are ordained of God Whosoever mechanical arms, but many of them are of }, iR '?.,

..1 ..-c.'r Cherefore redsteth the power reslateth the ordance 4 ) F"' e :" s ?R?
poor quality by comparison with the Nazi r ";y"r'F C ; ;
; of God; and they that rental shall receive f ,
tools of destruction. Of all the world, Rus- .
t.. ', to themselves damnation. For rulers are not a
terror to good work, but to the evil. Wilt thou sia and the United States are the nearestto '<'' +' '

then,not be afraid of the' power? do that which is being self-sustaining as far as resourcesare 1't

r.a. ,, ; goal, and thou shall have praise of the same": concerned, but Russian, industry is 'i,..
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.j Ibnaanll 13:1.3.CILUrcilill: .
4 notoriously inefficient, and she cannot make 1 DEARBORN Mich--This big

the most of what she possesses. seventy-eight years. E n j o yinthis g Benny's Moves Out aerial dreadnaught coming out of Q

.:; c: And Roosevelt 'Welcome occasion were Mrs. N. T. the clouds for a landing at Ford ._"M R
Hitler But with all her short-comings, the Green and family of Saxton, Mr I Guy H. Sale, of the Benny 'P a: +Y}n! ,t
Any Ally Against Airport Is the Consolidated
huge, sprawling country is a tremendous and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Grocery moved out Monday and new fMt
Josef'Stalin will go down in history as Miss Patty Wimberly of' Nichols, Tuesday making room for the B-24. It is regarded by the U.S.
for and Stalin has
w the last and most impressive example of the antagonist any power, Mrs. W. M Wlmberly and MUs new tenant. Mr. Sale expressedhis Army as the world's most formid-

I been working feverishly for a year to over- Freddy Wimberly of Starke Mrs. gratitude to his many friends able' bomber. The Ford Motor rid ,
niter folly of trying:toappease: Adolf Hitler.
haul his armed forces. The poor Soviet H. C. Wlmberly. Sr., Miss Elhel who had done business with him Company, under government con-
"r
'- 4 The Russians, obviously afraid, did everything transportation system may delay full mob- Ricks, Rev. Q. E. Jones of Jack- since he took over. management I tract to produce subassembliesand at ,

,' in their power to humor the Nazis sonville, Miss Beth Wimberly and of 'Benny's store. I v
ilization for a month or more, but as time parts for five complete B-24D
and Carson M. Griffis. I Within the next two or three .'
mtang. They signed' a non-aggression
wears on-If Hitler's plans of a quick defeatare weeks Mr. Sale plans to a bombers a day, i U erecting an

..,H.: collaboration pact.. They agreed to deliver upset-the Germans should find this Nelson Blocker of Lakeland was new grocery In the'South open space $18,000,000 plant for the Job, 25

.. la Germany a considerable quantity of vital campaign the most difficult they have yet a visitor here Saturday. of the new Titus Olson buildingon miles from here.

raw materials. They even permitted German ; Billy Marr'of Mima Is spendingthis the corner of Walnut and Henry Ford examined this huge
'' attempted. i week here with his cousin, South streets. He asks his friendsto
: technicians to, enterRussian industry bomber when it visited Dearborn
Winston Churchill's finely-p h r a sed Joe Howard Marr. keep him In mind when he reopens -
wr,; i. an attempt to speed up production and visitor recently. It weighs 58,000 pounda'loaded b
Mrs. S. C. Harley was a his store Just as 'soon as
', transport.. They did nothing to prevent any speech of June 22 was of exceptional in- to Starke Monday the building Is completed. and carries four tons of

''fl + *f Hitler's territorial acquisitions. But all terest. No statesman has ever been more Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of Mr. and Mrs. Sale left earlyin bombs at a speed of SOO miles an

: ob this was not enough, and when Hitler was anti-communist, and he took back nothing Maxvllle were visitors here Monday the week for a well-earned va hour.' The ship has a cruising

1 + 'that he had said before. But, he explained, cation. They are spending mostof range of 3,000 miles.
Russia
ready to strike at he struck de-
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the one aim of British policy is the complete J. F. Onus, wall In Starke their vacation time in Tallahassee The close-up photo (right) of
spite all pledges of friendship. and New Orleans, La.
Monday.
destruction f Naziism therefore one of the plane's mala landing
o ,
The published reasons for war against Mr., and Mrs. S. C. Harley>, Mrs. Jerome C. Hughes, of Miami struts Indicates Its size.
Jtussia were the usual Hitler fiction. He England now regards Russia as an alley, and Maggie Burton and Miss Shirley has leased the store through W. T. This great

will give her all possible aid. Ann Harley and St Clair Harley Clute, realtor for a period of five gear which folds into the
Ii claimed that Stalin had not lived to his
up wing I is
of the
and will one intricate subassembly
spent the Fourth at Lake Brook- years open up at once -
is to be the attitude
This spirit likely -
s agreements that Russian agents seeL- same
; were lyn. an up-to-date restaurant and tap projects Ford will

lag the downfall of the Reich; and that he of our own government, though it Mr H. C.'Wlmberly. Rev. G. room, according to Mr. Sale. handle. -

was simply playing the hero role to save might not be expressed quite so frankly. E. Jones and Rev. M T. Knight -

Europe from the blight of Communism. No President Roosevelt doesn't trust Stalin an visited friends and relatives at

'.,. amne person believes that these reasons inch, but his avowed policy-like Church Starke Tuesday ,
J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crews and
amount to more than an easy alibi for the 1II's-is the overthrow of Hitlerism, once
family of Starke visited F. M.
.
shameless scrapping of another treaty. and for all. In this mighty endeavor, any Crews and family on the Fourth

l .:. The facts are obvious. Russia has in ally is 'welcomed-especially one so powerfulas Marvin Green and Edwin Sharpe

f' abundance what Hitler most sorely lacks- Russia. spent the Fourth and the week-
end with relatives at Mlddleburg.
.i'',,'- grain to feed the German people;t' oil, to Should Hitler subdue Russia, he will W. G. Crews and family of

propel the German war machine. And, on have everything_ he needs. .The blockadewill Clearwater spent the Fourth herewith ',," ,
.,
'.I top of that, if Russia could be destroyed as no longer be important, and he will have F. M. Crews and Miss Maggie : !

r'' a military power, Hitler would no longer taken a long step toward mastery of ''Asia, Mr.Crews.and Mjrs. 0 W. Mare and
"
',, ,, fear attack from the East. He could then as well as Europe.' son. Billy' "of."'alms spent the ,

I concentrate all power for the final assault If Hitler loses in Russia, he will be week-end here with:relatives
+ w the British Isles. Miss Louise Marr accompanied
I FROM
MILWAUKEE
OLD
finished.So )lr. and Mrs. O. W. Marr to '
But whatever the facts, it is still certain
week's visit.
' significant is this mighty struggle, Mlms Sunday for a
that Hitler has taken a gigantic gamble. Sgt. George Prescott of Fort

i Bmsia, as Napoleon once discovered, has that the fate of the world is being decidedin Bennlng Ga., spent several days ..

l been the graveyard of empire ambitions in the wheat fields of the Ukraine, and the here with his slater, Mrs. Lee

the past. It is a vast land. As Napoleon oil lands of the Carpathians. Green last week... .a twmt

BETHEL .
nothing of the outside world ex- come. It cannot be avoided and 1 if By Mrs. D. D. Woodard
Russell Kay I cept what Hitler and the Nazis our children are to survive and

wanted them to know. They had enjoy the Freedom and Liberty Mr and Mrs. Dave Woodard

been taught to hate and despise that we have enjoyed it Is up to and children and Mrs. Evle Johnson -

TOO LATE Democracy and all that It stands you and me and every Americanto all of Gainesville, were din- flEW/1i1P

for from boyhood. Into their child do his utmost to make and ner guests Sunday of Mr. and

TO CLASSIFY minds Nazi teachings had given keep our nation strong. Mrs D. D. Woodard.

Last them to understand that they Thanks Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen have
Friday the Nation cele- to the vision and foresight -
I would returned from O Ius tee after
some be
'
day' masters of
of
Inted "Independence Day Lusty our President and our
Europe and the world. They national spending the Fourth with Mrs.
leaders we have set the .
Iwvad orators made
patriotic, were of a superior race, supreme, wheels In motion but we are stillunprepsl'ed Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
...-lIe.: to groups of citizens and Q. St. .Johns.
unconquerable.
German
They were ,
A lot of our people
iwrades. were more or leas therifer Aryans.I Frank Harrell of Lake City /It
Btlll cannot see. still do not understand -
.
of the day. I witnessed I II
oneardt spent a few hours Sunday with
To me that grim group of Hit- labor and Industry Ignor,
parade.' his aunt, Mrs. Jimmie Woojard.
I her Youth was more dangerous Ing the handwriting on the wall,
U wasn't particularly Inspiring.IK Sammy Woodard of Plant City
and sinister than all of Hitler's waste precious days and weeks In e
differed little from similar was visiting his brother D. D.
par-I armed might. They were the real silly bickering Selfish Interests
... I'd witnessed In the Woodard
past. threat to continue Tuesday
Democracy and to the to place their welfare
JMkHera and sailors, military peace and security of the world. above that of the Nation and

equipment.. Officials bowing and', And the pitiful part of It Is they Time Marches On Federal Savings Yes, a Great Beer in a Green Bottle-

-ttUag from open cars. Childrennsrching ,, were not to blame. They are like Grim the Old milwaul
with tiny flags, veter-I,I that because they have been as picture of Hitler And Loan Association e. Smoother than ever-smooth
anti red cross units, colors More Youth appears I'm still content
made like that and nothing can Possibility HereA and brilliant and extra too_ keen edged
wads were bared as the flag went change them or atop them but that American Youth will hold Its i dry

y than was the case a year or overwhelming certain and complete own. But It is your Job and mine i Federal Savings and Loan without bitterness or bite. A friendly beer.
,yt as ago but there was little evl- DEFEAT, to see that our kids learn the art Association, locally owned and
de.w of sincere reverence and none of self defense and are prepared operated and yet under Govern For something new and exciting in beer flavor,
nut with all that I
r tas enthu lallm. I I as I made to meet the tough bullies down ment; supervision, la a prospectfor Old
Illilwaukeo
the contrast In
my mind between say !
I the street on even terms when the today
am not being critical, I'm Germany's children and our I Starke. W. H. Nollman retired -
sharply presenting facts. I honestly' thanked God I was an Americanand fight; starts. lawyer who lives at 201 W.

MUeve Americans on the whole' that Madison street Is circulating a
our chlMrjjn are as they
*.. patriotic,, but their patriotism are. I am glad that we have not HIGHLAND petition signed by a dozen pro-
'; bleep seated. It has laid dor- taught our youth to hate and By Sites Beth Wimberly minent business men of Starke
>-- for a long long time and despise fellow which will be sent to the Federal
any beings. I'm MRS. CYNTHIA CARTERMrs.
fleas difficulty In manifesting ? Home Loan Bank a t Winston
glad that they are still children .
Cynthia Carter
-<< on the surface.I life-long Salem, N C., making application
( with smiling faces and happy resident of the Clay Hill section
was particularly interested hearts. for a charter for the bank. The
I died Thursday July 3, after an
a the City Council at recent session
watching children. a
They We are Just beginning to really extended illness. Mrs. Carter
--enjoying themselves. It heartily endorsed the move, and
waa appreciate what has been goingon was the widow of Lewis S. Carter
asst of the Chamber of Commerce also
a
game something dlf-
In totalitarian She leaves to flhJwaub
countries during mourn her loss two
s..nt to do. They didn't keep strongly commended the Idea.
the past few years. We are com daughters, Mrs. Brooksey Mosleyand 1
1I ep. :Moat of them were smiling A Federal Savings and Loan
ing to realize that poisoned minds Mrs. Preston Johns four sons
.
r laughing or clowning. There Association ace o rdlng to Mr.
can be even more dangerous than I Clyde Carter of Doctors Inlet
revs nothing Nollman would be a benefitto
military or sinister great
poisoned arrows. Bob Jim and Rob Carter of
Clay
4 their appearance. Just happy | Starke In securing loans not
messed with wealth and re-] Hill. Interment and services were
BaalUiy kids marching carelessly only for residences but also 'for
sources as no nation on earth we held at Long Branch Church and
.ith little regard to WHY.A I 1 have become business houses. It would be .
complacent, we have cemetery.
I watched them I contrasted felt ourselves cure. We have home-owned and home-controlled. a

w tae scene with a picture I had made no particular effort to Impress REVIVAL SERVICES: : The stockholders elect the boardof r

area not long before of a group upon the minds of our A revival meeting .is being heldat directors and the directors In
.ff the Hitler the Highland turnelect the officials of the
Youth. German youth the true meaning of Libertyand Baptist Church,
Vr from 12 to 14 years. They I I Freedom and Independence started July 6. and will end with bank. The deposits of the bank

.wr all In uniform. They stoodzfyidly We have Just drifted along assuming morning services Sunday the 13th. would be guaranteed by the Fed-
-
at attention their arms 't that the kids would acquire Night services only, beginning at eral Home Loan Bank. The / ;
.t their sides and their backs as1 I s I patriotism as they acquire the I eight o'clock. Rev. G. E. Jones larger depositors-those deposit- r

straight as ramrods Their faces facts of life and If they don't :of Jacksonville Is conducting assisted Ing funds in multiples of |10O- AT OJHt/i'J1na

-< stern and set. Their eyes ,what difference does It make. by the pastor, Rev. :M. T. chare the profits of the bank In

(emrd to glitter. Their faces I But we should stop and con- Knight. the form of dividends; while the

** not look like the faces of sider the fact that childrenand smaller depositors receive: I as
ck'ldren. There was not a singlendra our HONORING B. II. RICKSA much as 3 percent or even often !E'/I
Germany's children ilh
must live gHmIott JI.
I family reunion and birthday
In evidence. They looked In the same world 4 percent interest, Mr Nollman "' oy
and realize dinner m.tiy.
was given Sunday for B. ,
.' Bard and purposeful and tough. that their conflict In Ideas and H. Ricks said.Gainesville
Typical robots of the more familiarly knownas Palatka. Lake City I..
N a a I ,philosophy far
stool these German boys knew sooner are *o apart that "Uncle Ben" In honor of his and Jacksonville all have Federal AND CANS Ii
latex
or
a clash: must reached
p 1 n having the young age of Savings) and Loaa Associations. Gryrilb'qtr,fa&h ss s..r c..JGM..Ie, .....







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i "Home Life" Of The Thirty-First 1 "', \1.. .1:

__ Division En Route To Ocala \,.. j I ,\

National Forest ; I to
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E ",e4 0 Bright: and earlyMonday\ ; morning" June 30, 18,000 soldiers of '4e t l
c t the Thlrlj-flrat (Dixie) 1)talon, treatmul out of Camp Blinding 1 a aa

and headed for the fXvalu National Fin-rat, 60 mile. uay.. Likean s ,r x 1I aw

athlete wtio'n been training for month. they for
; were keyed ,, ,, __ _,_____.__ I
the t wt that -'- --------- ---- -- ----S. 1J a
lay aheixl. Muscles were hard hides were tan vw .
__ x anil feet were calloutwil and tough after seven months of plowIng I
aNR
through the Blinding/ san... h J

rr : ir ___ I With park full of extra t socks and Itanil-Alda, and mouth 1Mtl
full of orb} ,1" 1 1I
; salt twbJetH, 10,000 foot coddlers) struck out cross country
as o_ -9,994 get there. Sin fell by the waywlde., '

Splitting the hike into three .
20-miles-a-day period, the molillerH M MJnr
I learned the truth of the old adage that "..n army marches 1

on Its stomach." In the picture at It'ft. u hungry' group In seen mot, 1 1 *
fortifying their stoimu-h for another 20 mile lap.Shown I h '1.
a
below are homily-built bridge and roailH ronNtrurtrilb flu

i engineer troop In actual warfare, these ha.rtl-wOl'khIK boys> 1I a nM

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Dollar License Western Union Herlong Discusses a

Fishermen To Move SoonW. OrganizationOf ; '
Every Night Is Saturday Night

VI r On'Sale C. Moore, District Managerof Health Division
3w Oh \\tmt I I. no rare an M cool refrtwhlnn culm after a hot ,
I the Florida District Western
_,chard Glover of Lake But- Dr. M. B. Herlong chairman o. 20-nille hike! Thanks to the nuinermm RaII.I.I c.ttom lakes aJoBK < '
Imme warden for Bradford Union; T. A. May local manager, I the Division of Health and HousIng + w yi the route, the .\'pnln.12... was rare Indeed In the sense of -- I
( Union Counties was in and others are working day and under the Bradford Count aswtat yr I keg something pretty swell, but not rare at aU, In the MUM of bw. ..
I recently and, stated that night preparatory to occupyingtheir I Defense Council, announces tha. trig scares. Ulinm. thin delightful noeiie on the bonks of SaDta'
neW $1 fishing license (en- new offices on Call street. he has just received definite instructions fro .....k". ''I"
dby the lust legislative BCBI Wires have been strung on poles from the state organ ( ,'IK

I went on sale July 1 in the up Madison street to Court Izatlon outlining the fornmtlor I 'f Itftm
of the county Judges. : thence underground cables were and equipping of this branch of

p residents! fishing In the fresh ,' laid to their offices. Contractors, the program in Bradford County t
it of the State of Florida R. .H. Mathe &: Son are hurrying "The first move Is the organ.
rod and reel or artificial up the construction as rapidly as izing of first aid posts" Dr. Her- "fity < i ;
are required to have a {11- I possible and everyone la doing(; all long said. "It Is desirable that + 4 "' u..r
i under the new law which that' is humanly possible. Within these units be set up HO com- / tjl rs

rar, exempts those persons I the next few days-possibly: the pletely that no person will have ,..ns
; with a single pole and last of this week; or the first of to go more than a mile In order r er' r r' artea
In the county of their' legal next-they will move into their to reach a post. 4 t ww r'ii'''
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enCl. This provision allows new home. "This is not practical In Brnd a h x r., LJij e t 1 1i .nt.5wr I In
'barefoot boy" who fishes for ,' "It Is going to be a beautiful for County," Dr.Herlong said t f i rose
(anon, and those who depend office," said Mr, Moore Wednes( I "but we must have one or two first "
"cane pole fishing for part of I day. "It was not designed for aid stations at Staike, 0 neat Ij)
i:
kfood( supply to fish without ; beauty but for efficiency" 'Brooker Graham. Hampton, and
me as long as they fish In ; nevertheless'' It'' is good looking Law ley, NWa

I home county. Children under also. "It Is planned that some build- it* fwtmOtm

U and residents 65 years ing at each place be procured na r aw

I or more, as before are ex- Shoe Shine DeluxeThe station headquarters where equip- '.-?'
i (from license. ment and supplies can be stored I
olden of a resident license newest thing in Starke and room to work will be available 41
:h until June 30 1941, sells and the "niftiest" the new ," Dr. Herlong explained "A
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1200 are not required to pur- I I Park' Shoe Shine Parlor opened mobile first aid unit should operate Mirror, Mirror-On The Truck ] veil
e a new resident state fish- Tuesday In the same space with from each station." '1 who
license until the current 11- the Photo Studio In the Park lairk of fancy path room fKture illiln't seem to bother thbt \
The chairman outlined his tentative 'a na
t explies. Thus, a resident Theatre building. There may be for the organization rI staff sergeant H l hit when lie got the urge to conga out from behind {
plans '
I .
o purchased a $2.00 license larger shine parlors but there are of Bradford County units an follows thnxn iluntiHktiMl "hll.k.'oll( (' If those wmy 1 track 4eq
e June 1940,. will not need a none more beautiful. : ; walkers' e\e'r Ihoujbt their mirror'* wuuhl |be> used' ,,,t'tb..t' r4

license until the old license I Picture sitting In a wine-colored i as i
Brooker: 12 men- 4 for each 8
11. 12 mbnths from date it plush opera chair In 'a beautiful j j'
hour shift. All to be trained together '
Issued I I I room with green walls, with a >urcw
in first aid and litter drill. 1 1
painting of the singling Methodist Church News Wants u* t
1 addition to the license fee i Graham and Lawtey would be Sigman IIIla t -
.'h goes to the commission I I Tower at your back, and aV I set up on a. similar basis while Attendance at the Methodist Trash Containers a
e Is a 15-cent for Is- Southern colored boy bowing at
charge
g the license, which is the your feet and popping a soft cloth 1 1aCI'OdS men the Staike for. two unit stations would, in the have north 24 Church showed, not i Ie ruble Increase I Placed On StreetsD. :I A.ter; .

estab- shoes to the tune of last Sunday At both morning -
y's Judge's fee as your
d by law. /- "Dixie," and you have a faint I be and t ruined south ends In both of first town.aid All and to ('I ; and evening/ services. a splendid I, Slgrman, sanitarian\ wit''' Ii S tor,t N +,

idea of what the Park Shoe Shine litter drill. attendance wan noted. The tho incul health unit, has HSKI-I IiJ t, '

'nditich Stand Parlor Is like. There are threeS "At each of these stations, some Church: School showed a greAt Increased that wire waste-paper baskets b> 15 HI,

U'C h chairs on a comfortable kind of station wagon or truck over the previous Sunday.All placed on prominent cornets li J h !MiilB j ja jt
Alexander and I.. P. Berry stand. Herlong members of the church. lire
should be donated Dr. down-town Starke as a simitar w
IB this week the erection of a I services of the }
Paul C. Vlckar formerly with concluded. urge to attend the 'f ,.w r
ich stand. Immediately ,be- the Ritz Cafe Is the manager of 1 church. All methodist In town mea"UI'tIL makes no difference t ta &nw;
n the Florida Bank and the the shine parlor and the photo ArrestedThe who have not moved your mem- with the Health Unit whether Individual 'fi trro. '
Theatre. Mr. Berry en- studio. Negroes bership here ate urged to do so business men buy am :i s.. sin'rn"'

r. will himself oversee the would-be thieves, who were and become a part of your donate the baskets or the Clt,

ruction, and expects to open Assistance Payments trying to rob the Camp BlandIng church In the town In which you turnlehes them. Hut after confer ;f
[shop by the 15th. Jewelry and Military 'Headquarters live. All visitors will\ find a cor- ring with the City Council Chairman i ih
are will assistance the Starke Methodist W. M. Edwards, It Is prob 1 (I
be only a roof-no Cah public payments a week ago Sunday night dial welcome at I In
-screens taking the place of to Bradford County recipients for have been'arrested. At least, two church. "Come thou with u* able that the 'City will furnish ..

8, While they will serve sev- the fiscal year ended June 30 suspects whom authorities ,have and we will do thee good." All the basket ;'1Evldf'l1.ly )
kinds of sandwiches they totaled $53,378.00. This was divided every reason to believe are the who are not engaged In worship It hun. been suggested that there We Thought Sailors Used Hammocks +

|Specialize In their own make as follows: Old Age Assistance culprits are resting in the County service elsewhere are cordially might be two basket", on the corner IU George Muhull of DIvMon '
ue, Mr. Berry said last 45139.00; Aid to Dependent awaiting trial. They are Leo Invited to worship with us. of Court and Call two at the 8lgnl (Onnpajiy: 'helleM' : ea owk
The building will coat Children $4,871.00; Aid to the Jail Mitchell and just plain "Naza- Church School 10 A. M., JudgeE. Intersection of Walnut and Call, hat what's gwul enough, for the N.",,". good enough for
; the Army, too. At rate hr',, taken
any tip from the
Blind $2,368.00.lIRE ," colored men. Fred Sapp, K. Perryman, supt. two at Thompson and Call, one II. mtllor boy "
renc '
.
Morning Worship 11 o'clock. front of the Post( office and one and reclines" In his hainnvK-k (rigged up from a .twlteI' 1taIQ k rM es'4

Fri-day| I Young People's Meetings, 7 P. near the Intersection of Walnut while Mwullng and receivingCounty messages u' t a

POCKETBOOK in Reno. !ot.I and Madison street. In that --
Alan Roth and a Mr. Beverly Evening Worship. 8 o'clock.At case. instead of throwing wastepaper FairDiscussed Blandlng U-Drlve-It : '
Identified Mitchell as the the morning service the Pa- and other trash on the ', ,l..
/KNOWLEDGE[ T Bam both negro who feigned being asleep I tor will speak on: "The Rewards Starke streets It can be tossed In By LegionThe LouIs Levine, of New York CJt7 f ,; raI

when found Sunday night upstairs jof Christian Service." In the even- the basket. Perhaps on the bnn- American Legion Tuesday and Hollywood FI., connecta
will be: "Influences ket might be a sign "Keep Staike
over the military supplies Ing the subject with the Blandlng Center/ and tlw
store, and beside h I m a large One Leaves Behind Him." Clean" "Place Trash Here" or night dlHcuaHeil the llradford Paramount
: I 'I1I'J brace and bit with which he had ] The Prayer service will be at some similar sign. County Fair, which I i. directly Grill has brought another -,

/ -E drilled five holes In the floor to ;' 8 P. M. Wednesday. under their supervision, mid will new Industry to this .communlty "; I rM yS+
OEIt. 1 the store below. When the negroes Shafkin To Build be held the second week In No -namely, the Blending U- 1 i

/ RFF1i/ A1bR.MlNQFAC1'UROI ran away Sunday night they left Rains TypewritersIn Drive-lt.. The business\ locatedat I.' ,
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Louli Shafkln In building another wrlght.
.
NOW and coat. The hat Gate ti
hat, shoes at Camp rs
!
I, Pt' -TUBNS cur HDWlr l1l$ !Ia and the shoes were behalf of the Brad ford military supplies, jewelryand are co-managers. L. D. Vining, BlandlDC'To ;,
Mitchell's
TtUTT Will HURL 33- was begin with, the U-Drtve-U t
H. A. loan which will ;
CouncU. headquarters
fOUHO SHfii AMilt Louis Shafkin said County Defense representing the Container Cor-
Nazarene's,
.tN11111/AV; _l Carlton. secretary' wishes, to : be open for business. "next pay poration, promised a good forestry hAIl 10( 1941 Fords, and the company t.

\\ner Dace sags/ Monday. thank the following persons for d.iy," he announced Tuesday.. Mr booth, and plans were put will soon have 30 more. Jar 1 a'sr
HousesA. their favorable response. to its appeal -I Shafkin will construct a concrete I under way to contact other concerns | Levine announced Tuesday The \ s N
Harlmann to the public' for the loan of block building, 40x60 on Temple soliciting their assistance in bualnea wan opened Mon day t 1 ,
oo RM .. Hartmann will begin at once typewriters for the use of the Avenue on the lot owned by S furnishing booths for the fair June 30. l rK
f the erection of two buildings on Council: Charles Hardy Mrs. C. I Gottlelb, adjoining W A. Cook's | The Post hope' thin year the >'v, '
WEEDED W iN( A 'his property near the Spotlight on F. Ward S. A. Weldon, Mrs Paul new business. f Fair will be better than ever before Council Needs Funds \
: I : { Temple Avenue in the Northern Canova. L I). Vining, Mr. Godwin r 'The new building will house two end It has reserved sufficient i

I end of Starke. Each building and Frank Landrum. Naturally stores The smaller one on the funds to give liberal prize "The Bradford County Defence ,' rt r
j twill house four cabins, or small the Council does not need North aide of the building will and, premiums for exhibits, A. J. Council needs money," S. A, We.. :I .
:; M h wME apartments Mr. Hartmann stated. them alii; but the fine response house Mr. Shafkln's new jewelry. Thomas said Wednesday don, Chairman of the Division of ':

r" \ Each apartment, or cabin will r how. two important things, 'and military supplies store and 'i 1 Budget and Finance said Tuesday,' s+
I have a bedroom dinette and garage namely, that patriotism' !Is'not loan office while the larger one Bond Sales Stow In all, be baa received a ,little V

F, I and each one will also have dead !In Starke, and that it paysto on the South will J contain Mr. I I I I more than $75. which fund h* >I
PiaD(iACNEf9a shower bath and toilet. MaIterlal advertise in the Bra d f ord Cottlefb'a photograph callery I Since the campaign began earlyIn practically exhausted Supplies! w
nSEDW'AIFEWgI s--y | a At the rear of the building will May for the sale of Defense had to be V* ,yawa"
r'EOP'Ip W,4, 4 Is on the ground and construction County Telegraph. ordered printing( ha4
w WEae TN 9nelldS 6WVe. 1t' eLA 1,; will begin this week. be men and women's toilets and Honda to help prepare the Nation to be done and the expense *-* .'.'i
SiReriWFOAGPC59 s= Garage Ready Soon showers. (I|I for any military emergency, the only be/tun/ please let those wtu ij
TNr AM s Lots I Florida Bank at Starke has sold will help the worthy cause sea ,',
Anders Buys The new 110.000 Ford Garage, Courthouse Watermelon only $1.300 bond, W. B. Sewell '' Mr. Weldon. or Marcus F. Brown. 'i "

I Carl A. Johns recently sold to Shell Filling Station! and automo- I I' President announced T u e s tiny. '', chairman or If. A. Carlton. aeo-' tietary. ,
Carf Anders through F. C. Hol- bile bow room which the H. B. J. V. Edward, prominent farmer This In spite of the fact that it M'i1
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J I Hngawortb< real estate dealer, I Austin Construction Co., of Orlando I of the Brooker section presented ihaa I been stressed and advertised I I !

four parcels of ground on West Is erecting on the corner of the County Courthouse of- extensively through. the papers Tenshun! Legionnaires
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J.h I Washington street out beyond B. Madison and Adams streets forJ iflciala with a large watermelon of I 1 and otherwise. I(I l
US. It la understood that the W. Andrews, will be ready for the "Dixie Belle" variety J last I I I Fred F. Stump, postmaster A flah supper will be held neat
small loU sold at approximately occupancy shortly after the 15th, '. Monday. The melon weighed ex- [I thought the FoMofflce had done' Friday night: July 18. at W. B. ,
s $100 per lot. According to Mr.Kolllngsworth. Mr Austin announced Monday. actly CO pounds and 8 ounces, and tettar than the above amount. Slbl y'a camp at Bedford 'Lak*. SSSM

aAe.c aEc of'/0000 57 4 41BERRIES -- Mr. Anders, who The structure is 03x109 feet and was cut Wednesday morning by A 11 f members. former membero
z1 a ti its 20 M t recently sold his ten-acre farm is of concrete blocks and steel. the County official and enjoyed IllTLKD INF>KX CAKDH-131 and prospective" members of the 1#

EazMO 4&vir AvPwv Southeast of Starke, will build a Plan were drawn by Howard M. by all. thanks to Uncle Vernon. per BKAIFOUI> COUNT1' American Legion are cordially Invited
reJ home on his new property. I Reynold Orlando architect. ("Come up Main sometime"I TKLKOIlAril.: to attend. fswU

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t PAGE FfZ [the Fourth reported: "Thank you. at 8 o'clock p. M., Lacy
i ; sions and Mis. Olive Ray reviewed Young Matron's CircleThe worked." Secretary,
v ", ; not! We all announced Wf
' I II SOCIETY and CLUBS "Methodism In the Gnat Young Matrons' Circle of Very_ Important buslnea '
of the
Smokies, which told with Add Youthful Ambitions: Little discussed by George Pit(t tai
will meet I
t '' z mss Southern Assembly, at Lake Jun- the Baptist Church Richard Williams (young ,hopefulof Ocala. All members are
' 1t P MarriageOf aluska. N. C., and' also of the Mrs A., M. Darby Monday night Mr and Mrs. Ed W.) when attend. Ref r e ShDlent Ul'& \
McLartz-Manning: ,
Mrs. Ritch Miss: MiddletonAre mountain people at se"ved.' wtI1
,
work for the
Interest HereOf at 7:30: o'clock. asked what he plans to be when '

HostessesAt Mf. and Mrs. V. F. Manning of I Sevlrrvllle, Tenn. he grows up replies, "a roomer." .. ,
Morning Party Starke announce the marriage of Interest to the many Stark Mrs A. Z. Adklns, circle chair Baptist Circle No. 4 Must have gotten the Impression -- -- -
business
their daughter Tljelma, to Sgt friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lest man, presided over the W, somehow that all room- ShoesMade

t49 : Mrs. H. C. Ritch and MI.. Thomas McLartz, on of Mr. and Price Robinson is the following meeting, and talked particularlyof at the Circle will No. 4 meet of the next Baptist Monday ers have to do Is sleep an'' eat l I,
done M. S.
' '' hostesses McLartz of Lagrange, account of their marriage taken the necessary work him for I "
1 Madge Middleton were joint Mrs. T. D. for future with Mrs. A. M. Darby, ac Can't say I'd blame :'
# + Tuesday morning at ten o''- Ga. The marriage took place from the Orange County Chief: parsonage and plans In night announcement by wan tin. to be one, If such was Like New
;, ll The circle will meet cording to an
night, July 2, at the wedding characterize) work. Richard also
entertained hon, Wednesday In a> quiet leader really the case "
when they Hutto. ,
clock with Mrs. L. S. Mrs. H. L. Hough
r orlng the visitors and newcomer I homo of Judge Townsend In Lak< by beauty and simplicity, Lull August assisted by Mrs. L. wants become the owner of a ,

.. at a Coca-Cola party lithe Butler In the presence of a few Rowland Caahwell, daughter of The hostess, fruit I station wagon so his future children -
In town
served refreshing
Toe
Smith, the Tic
Intimate friends. John Stapler Row F. ,Artie Schneider, of of room-tw>>
r..? yard at the home of: Mr. and Mrs. will have plenty
t Mrs.spacious Ritch. I Sgt. McLartz Is at present stationed land, became the bride of Lasts punch and wafers. three Tap, returned '1bur day of last I ride In the back Ah, and;; ". .
tt Circle Number visit in
5' of )fr. and week from a two-weeks' I
of at Camp Blandlng. Price Robinson, son Sometimes I think I wouldn'tmind
touch : hostess to
further
Adding a T. T. Long was he
Mrs
4h Wednesday
at York
Mrs. John Cummins Robinson, New City. marryln' a" station wagon
to the charming eutdooliving Three and her living room selective
beauty were attractive arrangements Baptist W. M. S. Meets ten o'clock, Saturday morning, Circle vari-hued roses. took his "physical" for myself l. .;mays your lever hopeful
room June the twenty-eighth at the was bright with service in the U. S. Army. He '
of brightly colored< Circle No. Two circle chair- )
L. D. Vining,
# home of her parents on Delaney, Mrs. will return to New York on July -Carol .
zinnias, placed at intervals or conducted the business session and"hearing" Don't wait until -
man, another examination your .?.....
wall 18 for
71 Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W, In Orlando. The ceremony Mare ,.
tables. and were made for putting He entirely worn
'h, James plans for his deferment. out. Nate
T Upon arrival the guests were :M. S. was at entertained the country Monday home performed Bartlett,' assistant by the pastor Rev. of: th< flowers In the'cburch for'the is, 34 years of age.: FF. 'OW.\ Meeting : them repaired now aDd

{: served tempting refreshments of afternoon !> In the coming month: The chairman also Ala. i ia is I sate the money you would
,
d of Mrs. L. 17. Morgan. Mrs First Methodist Church Phillip Bell, of Florala, The Woodmen of the World
a n of for
Coca-Colas, opened-faced talked on the subject repairs I pay new ones. We
led tbe'devo- of the immediate members new employe at the Sunshine at the KITe
Blanchard D. Law presence I will hold a special meeting
cookies. this
wiches and assorted at the and you savings and
parsonage
Natlnfactlon
I
(is
Those invited to enjoy the hospitality tional, choosing for her reading) of the families. i circle as well as the other two Grill on East Call street. He W. O. W. Hall Friday, July 11, with quirk and dependable
and Mlsi the 127th Psalm, after which I Baskets of stately calla llliei also a former'employe there.
r of Mrs. Ritch oJ circles each made a liberal offer- er\ire. Call) ..
Mrs. J. N. Rob- prayer was offered. and asters with a background
1 Middleton were: Ing for this object. day.
bins of Kingsley Lake, Mra. Lester Reports were received from officers palms and plumosa, formed an Mrs. D. P. Carpenter conductedthe New Manager TO RIA

Price Robinson, Mrs. P. R.Bal'ett and committees, and a bill effective setting In the living devotional service, after which St.Petersburg CHECKVA
foi the Impressive ceremony T.,, A. May, originally from IN. I DAYS
of Wllliston Mrs O. J. for flowers was paid. Mrs. LAW room I Mra. Junius M. Smith reviewed an :
Griffin and Mn. Glen Lewis ol; was received as a new member. Arrangements of pink roses, gladIoli : article entitled "Serving the Soldier but for the past three Hollingsworth
J. session, re and greenery decorated the years connected with the Western Electric Shoe
Donald business
St. Augustine, Mra. After the I Boys at Camp Shelby. Mrs. k.666 'I Shop
)r 1s
l Morriss of Washington, D. C.,, freshments were served on the reception hall, while the ctalrwaj !E. L. Williams reviewed two articles union at West Palm Beach. t Opposite Park Theatre
I festooned with plumosa. Fol the new manager of the local
Mn. T. F. Grady and Mrs J. P comfortable screened-in dining was from the World Outlook: - -

d Burns of Atlanta, Ga, Mr Ma porch of the Morgan home. lowing the ceremony a wedding "God In the London Shelter?" and Western Union office. Robert ._-- -------
Mrs. MM Plans for the August meetingwill bieakfast was served the assembled Casper, who has been in Starke -
((1 Jones of Jacksonville, 'Let Me Help Shoulder the
r s Snyder, Mrs. Eugene Jones, Mrs,. be announced later guests. Centering the breakfast Load." for the past six or eight: months,

R. H. Kelley of Camp Blanding,, table was an arrangement of The new minister's wife Mrs. has been transferred back to the INSURANCE ANDBONDS |

Mrs. R. F.. Members pink roses, and carnations soft- Palatka office.
;', Mn. Grady Raggett., League Q. C. Powell gave an Interestingtalk.
.. Demorest, Mrs Ethel M. Biggs,, Enjoy Lake Outing I ned with white Shasta daisies Mrs. W. B. Sewell reported

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs T T. ; Pink candles In silver decoration.candelabra that the members of the W. S. C. Dad Can't Take It Anymore! HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

Long Mn. M. F. Brown, Mrs. E. Members of the Senior and Intermediate i completed the table and fern 3. were doing their part In entertaining He used to be able to put away
S. Matthews Mrs. W E. Middle- Epworth Leagues enjoyed Pink radiance roses refreshments
and
serving
:: and all
I big meals and laugh Joke
ton, Mn. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs Fred a t Crystal Lake 'banked the buffet. Fred
a party it the Army "T. Mrs. Guy after
In a costume evening. Not so good now Over 50 Years
Mrs. L. The bride was lovely Constant Service
Guy, Mrs. L. D VIning Monday afternoon. After a refreshing ind Mrs Artford Brown were received 50] If Indigestion i "fullness."
9 H. Jennings, Mrs. R. A. Green,, swim, folk games were ensemble of rose-water pink as new members of the discomfort get

I Mrs: E. L. Williams, :Mr.. W. B. enjoyed and supper was eaten sheer crepe, romaine.with bell The sleeves collarless ircle. Mrs. Paul Hudgins Incited ADLA heartburn Tablets.cause Your druggist has Please Phone 146 Starke
and long coat
K. O. Duncan, '
Mrs.
Sewell, bond fire.
around a big the circle to meet with hern them.-AT YOUR DRUG STORE.J. .
and
waistline,
belted In at the
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Those enjoying the outing was August. I

a -- ---- .-- .. .... --- were: Patsy and Barbara Keen, a narrow binding of satin In same The hostess served a salad
the front of the
shade finished H. COUHTMANCH
.
; Mary and Steve Weldon, Ruth and ourse; with Iced tea. ,
t coat, the sleeves and the V-neck- WatchMakerBUY
Rebecca 'Simpson Jewel, Elton, "t
'i
i iI
TRY ONE OF OUR, line of the diess. She wore a
Frances and the Rev. and Mrs Mrs. Louis W. Koch has re- WITH CONFIDENCEAT ANN PAGE CREAMY
white hat tied under the chin with '
SIZZLING HOT G. C. Powell Leon ard, Billy, urned from a visit o f several

I Tommy, and Mrs. L. F. Smith n swirl of navy blue and veiling shoes., white She veeks at her former borne, Ar- YOUR HOME JEWELER SALAD DRESSINGPint
doe skin gloves
Carol and Olin White, Jr., Mrs. adla.
r STEAKSYOU'LL
carried white and navy bag. Her
i iI a
Wm. Blair, Nina Bishop, VirginiaSewell -- _. Jar Qt. Jar
I of sweetheart roses
was
I FIND IT I Frances, Freddie Colley. Wimberly, and corsage and: gardenias.Her 17c 29c

A RARE TREAT I -Frances Colley, pbb- traveling outfit was a two Carolyn Callstreet
<0
II llcity chairman. piece short sleeve suit of tihltan ;
ANN PAGE Prepared
I yellow and white printed crepe. -
I Ii coat with a high
The matching
of SEA FOODS :: Enid Dlan Hardee neckline buttoned the full-length I lS9,5a10 SPAGHETTItFOOD

REGULAR DINNERS and Mrs. Randolph Hardee down the front. With this going Well, folk The Glorious Watermelon fans: Courthouse officials
Mr.
i:. of Jacksonville, announce the away costume she wore a white Fourth Is over an' everybody is and attaches seem to be STORES ''t\15"\ oz. Cans 322 oz. Can!!

yrt SANDWICHES I birth of a daughter. Enid Dlan felt brimmed hat, sepia and white all full of patriotism, soda water, havln' a weekly cuttin ', Char- 2Sc for 25c

K 75 WESTERN STEAKS Hardee, on July S in the Alachua shoes and a bag of same color. and hot dogs once again : les Hardy (School Board office)

County Hospital. Before her marriage Following a short wedding trip Seems that Callstreeters really seen takln' snapshots of Mr. Gay

Mrs. Hardee was Miss Enza Mr. Robinson and his bride will went places and did things, ex- (abstract office) In the midst of Hiley Whitehouse

Cool and I II Weaver. reside In Starke, where he (ia sta- c e p t your's truly 1 stuck devourln' a full"quarte!:,,, .,. Georgia
Always ': tlon-Hl at Camp Blanding as publicity around town jus' to"see how the : Belle Freestone LbSafe, Pure, Sterlized

I Pleasant --,------ director of I the reception place would look in a semideserted Hilt of the Week: Bow besprinkled PEACHES Sc Evaporated

+ CENTRAL FLA. TILE & center.: At the end of his service state once more Seemed number worn by Lu MILK

OUR MENU CHANGED MARBLE CO."KVKIIVTHINU tn the army, Mr. and Mrs. RobInson almost weird to be able to park (Mrs L. P.) Robinson at Madge

I DAILY will make their home In! anywhere along Call St. an' get a Middleton's and Evelyn Rltch's Fresh Crisp Head
: IX 'I'll ": 7c
a Phonr 11 HI Winter Garden. Coca-Cola without havln' to stand Coca-Cola party Tuesday ayem LETTUCE lOc Tall Can _

N... Phonr lull It :The bi'I lie's mother before hernarrage In line Don't know whether Evelyn's photogenic backyard
I ( was Miss Mabel Kuhl I liked it or not Now we've : formln a perfect setting for

TheIGuidon JOT Office W. Uoandarr A Irbgbnenma at Ala' ",. if Orlando Her maternal grandparents become cltlfled I 'twould be this pretty event Among Firm Red Ripe Lb. QUALITY


Mrs Burchard Kuhl early pioneer horse and buggy days again mother, here on a

of Orlando. Her paternal visit Recommended for sen- MEATS
Grill
.
l.lnntrwm ('...... W. .1.
UllKdK .-M"'I..ln. C.......... grandparents were the late Dr. Quite u few others took the rest sitive ears: Betty Jane Nollman's u. S. No. 1 Va. Beef Lb,

1 I I I..... wtorlm To ".1... From and Mrs William A. Rowland. cure on the Fourth 'Frin- euphonious warbling Unner- Cobbler 10 Lbs
I Starke, Florida Com.rtr>t "Mrh' ..lral 11..0...* )r. Rowland wan a surgeon in the stance Nathan Prevatt (A A P) stand Hazel an' Fred Guy are ROAST 25c

I I _._,. __-..-._ ---000 14th Georgia Regiment during the who when asked If he went anywhere huddlln' over house plans . POTATOES ,25c
-
Civil War. They were Orlando on the holiday yelped, They 'spect to start build in' any Tender Lb.

/ pioneers of 1880. "Heck no! I stayed at home and day now Tender Green STEAKS 29c
Mr. Robinson is the eldest son took It easy. The day before __ _

}f Mr and Mrs. John Cummins nearly killed me." On the Favorite soda Jrker: Lean and String Lb Lb.

Floblneon. His mother Is the for other hand there were such orgiesof lanky Margaret Woods of the BEANS ___ lOc Fresh Ground

oner Miss Vera Lewis of Jasper energy as that shown by Dot green-clad army behind the foun- BEEF _.....___ 19c

i'r and he Is the grandson of Mrs. Powell and Betty Green They tain at Koch's Always in a

Rufus Lester Lewis of Apopka, started the day off bright an' good humor, no matter how hot Yellow 2 Lbs. Best White Lb

and the late Mr. Rufus Lester early, with a coupla sets of' tennis the day or how big the rush .'. ONIONS ___ l5c 17c
of HamIlton BACON __
Lewis pioneer residents Gracefully cantered on horseback Way she dishes out the service _
His paternal grandparents forenoon
I County. during the early It's easy to forgive her even for
are Mrs. Jefferson Price and wound up with a swim dilnkln' chocolate in her Coca- Calif. Fresh Lb Palace Brand Lb.

,'. Modern And Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound Robinson ate Mr. of Jefferson Jacksonville Price, and Robin-the Whew! Colas No longer necessary to PLUMS ____ lOc Sliced Bacon 27c
sing "I Wonder What's Become -
'} PROGRAM: OF WEEK BEGINNING JULY 13. 1941 on. Comings an' Going: J. D. an' of Hallle" The' tow-headed Western Veal Lb.SPAlI.12 .
Mildred Doyle back In Starke for A Hormel Product
Bradford
Mr. Jones Is back to
29c
Sunday Monday July 13 14 Methodist Circles good J. b.. at the Blanding (plus a Mrs.) after years of exileIn Oz. Can .27c ROAST __ __

"THE RAINS CAME" Met This Week laundry Postcard from Roi West Palm Beach WorkIn' -
and Jack Williams way up In the Dlnty Moore I"I-Z lb. Can Lb.
for Fla. Power & Light I Lb. Roll
Featuring Myrna Loy Tyrone Power George Brent Members of Circle N umber north woods of Wisconsin 23c

.,+ Latest t War News ''Daffy Duck One of the Woman's Society of Seems their) "10 day trip" has already BEEF STEW _______ 15c SAUSAGE _"
Received reprimand\ this week
a
Christian Service met Monday stretched out to four weeks .
,'N Tuesday, July 15 I afternoon and were entertainedby Like ole times to see Hal an' for neglectln' one of the best Ann Page Beef Lb.

1, Fay Wray Charles Lang In Miss Amy Coburn and Mrs. rartlle Alexander back in town bouquet targets in Starke TASTY TARTAR SAUCE STEW _ 12i3C I
Little lady who is vivacious, gracious -
4_'' "WILDCAT BUS" William Blair, whose home was :over the Fourth a n' sportln a
and
Artie Shaw's Orchestra Old Glory Short decorated with gladioli and ferns. rand new car Hal's a Lieut., I an engaging, has personality-plus smile that greets SANDWICH SPREAD Spare 2fk
r I Mrs. \V. Q Halle conducted the now, you know Congrats! '
; everyone who enters S. R. Johns'grocery Pt. Jar _____ 1ge RIBS =
Wednesday Thursday. July 16 17 devotional service and Mrs A. Good to see David Coughlin (Pa- -
You've guessed It-
"BITTER SWEET"Starring a.u Wood offered a prayer. Mrs. TI- )atka) along Call Street again India
Pauline Phillips! While the Ceylon
I
s tus Olson reviewed an article from A slstin' at Episcopal Church I 21c
.u Jeanette McDonald Nelson Eddy the World Outlook entitled "Put- (ac he did last summer), he's a I Billy Grahams were on a recent OUR OWN TEA, .1-2 Lb. Pkg. _
Latest War News Think First 2 Reeler vacation trip they adopted "Am-
-
ting Into practice what was learn- frequent visitor at the tennis 2 Lb.49C
apola my cveet little puppy. SUNNYFIELD 5 Lb Raw
ed in the mission! study Mrs., E. courts an' Stump's Store
Friday July 18 I II who turned out to be a cute little
FLOUR Plain 21c'
K. Ferryman read the story of or S. R.
wire-haired terrier from the Lakeside -
"SO THIS IS LONDON"With "Ho the Bible Saved a church Swanky new Chevvy Station

Robertson Hare Benton Churchill In Madagascar." The i circle chair- I wagon seen around town belongsto Kennels, Atlanta Won-' Ann Page Sparkle Mixture for making Ice Cream

Also Selected Short Subjects man, Mrs. Olson, conducted the the Army Y Made its debut to der get if out he of(for Georgia she) was as everyone as glad DESSERT, 4 Pkgs. ___ ___:. __ 15c
business session and at this! time at the Y's 4th of July picnicat

+r Saturday, July 19-DOUBLE FEATURE explained abouf necessary work I Gold Head Branch Which else seems to be? Custom Ground Eight O.dock \I

No. 1-"DR. KILDARE'S CRISIS"With that had been done at the par- reminds me: the event went off COFFEE 3 Lb. Bag '45c_
sonage. During the social period, without a hitch until time to eat, I Southern gtntlnma have always -

Lew Ayres Lionel Barrymore the hostess served delicious when Alias Krsklne discovered been noted for their'' cour- I Queen AnnePAPER

No. 2-"LONE RIDER RIDES ON" frosted gripe Juice\ and cake.Mrrl that everything was on hand for tesy, but It remained for a soldier 5c

With George Huston Also Cartoon Number TwoMrs. the weiner roast except the'wei- by the name of Robert Mead to NAPKINS, Box of 80' __ -

W P. Smith was hostess flan! She dashed off madlyfor really take the cake this week Z Small I'klr'
t
lapps straIned 2 Concentrated
TIY A to Circle Number Two and the Starke aVon the way met As I was busily typtn'. he ran 15c
MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT 11:30 P. M
'i With Jane Withers Ritz Brothers living room was made more at- Mr. Wear, comln' to the rescue stopped at the Telegraph office Baby Foods 13c Super Suds _

; tractive with large bouquets of Seems she was so excited and asked about those gho Uyparking' u. ,
'a "PACK UP YOUR TROUBLE" rose-colored crepe myrtle. when she spied Mr. Wear's car meters A reporter tarot Paper S RoiL. Toilet Soap S Lg. :
2 JC
( a ; Also Selected Short Subjects The devotional service waa con- approach that she shouted. (Just In fun) remarked: "You con I Towels 2Sc Palmolive _

+ '' f ducted by Mrs. S. S. Dowling, "Hooray! Here comes Mr. Weiner park there all day If you bringme 1JaI'
!
? a who used a Fourth of July topic with the wean!" a Coca-Cola" He was off' Scot! Z Roil Laundry Soap 5 small

I and read from Proverbs the verse with a dash and back in a flash Tissue 15c Octa2on J:
that pays: "Righteousness! exal- Thoughtful lUly Powell with two cokes-one for the reporter -
CVOiCF C 4 of the teth a nation." Presented Martha an' Glen Wood's and one for yours truly

.fCQE, The service was closed with new son, Bill Wood, with a ahav- [ Were OUR faces red! A&P FOOD STORES
Photophoaa cH
prayer by Mrs. J, W White Mrs., I in' set to be used when he enters New version of old song: (Yes, we

W E. Middleton reviewed an article collltch! A noble thought. 1 have no bananas): An employe of.

( I from the World Outlook en- I Bill But what ft whiskers are the Seaboard freight depot when 236 E. Call St. Starke Fl_ a..i

.I ry .wr WUnwsl.wmNwxAnYamannnwnrnwannnA eNnulnr.N a titled "Oklahoma 'Indian Mis I|back In style by then' Hint to,asked If he bad any visitors over ,

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Wu15SbefkhD BITS LOCAL NEWS Miss Grace Barlow returned I The City Coun.cH\ at, Its regular I Mrs. Emma Murphy Is ,visiting .lufr.andMa:, L. D. Vining returned -
1 Sunday after a weekend spent In meeting Thursday night: July 1,1,relatives In North Carolina. hOme Sunday night from
visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. }:. .
Regerof dismissed Van Johnson, colored, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and MarUnna where they visited

left Starke June Friends of Mlsft Antlonette Par- Mr. and Mrs W. G. Halle and Charlie Miami.Moore, district I who had been assisting with the I II I Miss Helen Dowling had as their friends

week In New acca wUl regret to learn that It I son. Jack, > managerof I collection of city garbage andhired I II I guest on Sunday Miss Dow ling's Of
a spent Saturday visiting the Florida Power and Mrs. G. C. Livingston
spent Light "Noon" Bumey In his I Ia
and In the became for her twin sister Marian, who
placid necessary to re- the Marine Place'j;
city and Lake turn to Jacksonville for at least land. Studios at Marine- Company spent July 4th visiting I I He Ilellbronn, Spring ,, in Jacksonville re.ldr-.I I Tampa, spent Friday and Satur

ndacke Howard two weeks .because of 111 health. relatives In Montlcello. |delivered at jour door Phone S.I I: Mrs Mae JonrIf Jacksonville day with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.
Era Vt .E. Mis. Rawson Davis and daughters -.' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ottenheimer Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott and I I Carl-
and Prof. and Mrs. Wilbur A w
A. A. Versailles and was a guest last week r>f
relatives ClarenceHicks r
week-end with Misses Ida Lulu and Marjorie and Mr. Leslie\ Gifford spent the daughter, Marjorie Ann of Tampa
the her sister Mrs W. E. Mtddleton.M Ann and .
spent Sunday In Jacksonville ton and daughters,
&. returned to Starke Sunday)week-end at Daytona Beach. j''were guests Sunday of Dr. and I'I'j
MlerDowlflg visiting G. W. Hicks, who Is from I r s. A. Z. Adkins returned }: over at the Kings-
and Daytona Beach Ernest J. Jr.. mmylIlol'ped
s.. Gaye sewell I 1''Ill and will remain Dowling now I i Mrs. W E. :Middle!on.I home I hai
In St. Sunday evening after
Vincent's spending
spent the Fourth Hospital. G. here a week.Mlns stationed at Pensacola with the 1 I Miss Alma Murrhee. an employe i I I ley Lake home of Judge and :Mrs
W several days with relatives In
the flay was formerly employed in Ida Lulu Davis and Miss Coast Guard Artillery, returned of the Florida Junior Hospital In1 o I' B. K, Perryman on their return i rt
I Jacksonville.Dr. ro
during Starke J. B.
.ala, and by Alexander. Marjorie Davis have recently home Tuesday to visit his parents Gainesville, has been visiting here 'I from Arcadia to their home In
silver Spring Watererel _. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boree of spent two weeks with the Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling but the past two weeks with her I and Mrs. J. L. Jennings Oxford Ga., on the night of the t Iq?

".e Hell*'"" Springs S.: Jacksonville, spent Friday visiting and Mrs. Frank Robinson In Ar- returned to Fort Barrancas Sunday I father Arthur Murrhee. Whileon visited friends. I In Jacksonville\ Fourth Mr. and Mrs M. A.

I st jour door. ;Pho,e :Mr. and Mrs G. H. Bennett. cadia. her vacation she visited point I Sunday afternoon.Have I, Carlton enjoyed a picnic supper '

Irene Matthhed MI''Mr. and Judge Horace Wilson and W. E. Mrs. Claude Rowe and Mr. Ben 8e the enibarraMunent of seeing on. the west coast of Florida. flellbronn Spring "'aceI''I with them Friday night. 1 el 0'a'

S TYler i !* Rivera, attorney-at-law both of Rowe 'spent Sunday evening in jour name In tax delinquent Mr. and Mrs. S. A' Weldon andchildren 'delivered at your door. I'honrS'I I W. T. Clute realtor leased to o ,

..pent the Fourth-pl Ic- Bronson, placed legal matters be, Lawtey and attended the evenIng lint-we* jour Tax Collector today -I spent Sunday In Winter 'I MI' and Mrs. J. M. the Blanding Centers. Inc.,-new' '

J7t Gold Head, Branch fore Judge A. Z. Adkins this service at the First Baptist ,'Park with Mrs. Weldon's parents )Go', and Mrs. Herbert Acree spent |I owners of the Paramount Grill-- i Y w 11

p.rk.J. week. Church while there. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Alexander of Mr. and Mrs. D. R Schaffer. I' both Friday and Sunday in the new apartment over E A.

canova and Levy Canova I ITuesda Dempsey Sapp and Edwin Shep- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howell and Pensacola spent the 4th with Mrs.F. I I Miss Carolyn Hutto of Columbia Gainesville visiting Mrs. Mulkey'sj Wlnkler's electrical store during' "* Y Mtr.S .

)' morning 'on ft'' bus- I-I, pans spent Friday In Gainesville.. eon. Dan Howell, of Olustee and G. Hemmlngway. and upon ] S. C., la spending her vacation 'I son, Mr. C. L. Fox who is ill the past week., Robert Satter- A

trip to Loulatana.'HILLIPS They were present at the dedica- Mrs Vernon Rowe and children, their return trip Mrs. Hemming-I in Starke. In the Alachua County Hospital. 1 field and his wife and 17-month- N'R' ..aL.

tion of the airport and later went Jimmy an Gail, of Jacksonvillewere way accompanied them' to spefid' Miss Dorothy Williamson cashier I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rltch. old child live there

to Glenn Springs for a swim.A dinner guests of Mr. Ben some lime visiting In Pensacola.Mr. at the Guidon Grill, left Monday i !ofr, and Mrs. Carl A. Knight and I Dick Satterfield, of' Ashvllle,
Alexander has just been I Mrs. R. F Demorest spent the
stitch in time Rowe pro- for a two-weeks' vacation. r t
ELECTRIC Haven nine- Friday. I IMm. I N. C., Is In Starke visiting his a.
dollar. maybe nine hundred' ee W. C. Goff returned from moted to First Lieutenant and IK I I She will first visit her parents In 4th at Daytona Beach enjoying brothers Robert E. $atterfleld.Gfl R'
Tax Assessor stationed at Fort Barrancas. Graymont G*.." and then swimming and the other numerous -
\ today. go on
SERVICE your Ocala Saturday, where she haJ I > Kosel. Jr.. of Coral
rce
Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Hutto activities there that were
to Philadelphia, pa. for a few ,
Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop been visiting her husband Pvt. Gables spent the week-end here 11 11CI
spent Sunday In Jacksonville with planned for the holiday occasion.Mr. .
weeks' visit with a sister Miss
contracting spent Sunday in St. Augustine.Mr. Goff who was stationed there on with his aunt Mrs. Maria K.
|Electrical Mrs. Hutto's.mother, Mrs. Mabel Mamie Norman will fill the place I and Mrs A. B. Hollls\ and
and Mrs. A. O. Andreu man e u v e rat Private Goff Is I I Hull. ,
Alton. Jr.
I Denmark ''white she Is son, of Decatur Ga.
and Repairing had as their holiday guests. Mr. Mechanical Superintendent of the i I aWAY were guests of the W O. Hatlea\ Your Ta Assessor can't let you
A 4th of July picnic party at
Death and taxes ARE certain-
!
and Mrs. Herbert Andreu of Camp Blanding newspaper-"The Jacksonville\ Beach planned by on (he 4th. Mr. Hollls Is the 1 "ride" frff-_ him today t If ,:you
Dixie." I jour Tax Aieeaaor In mi In ort-
LIGHT POWER Miami. Herbert Is Sheriff An- the Hutto family included Miss nephew of Mr. Halle. want ;j-opr tali. bill right. Jr.*
ant a*
jour IICK't01ollbe more
dreu'a nephew. Mrs. Wm. F. Glover and children -
I Carolyn Hutto, Mrs. Inca Stokes, M, todayaee him now.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Hyman Carlton of ThercHsa, have just returned -
4 Lawtey Fla. I Mr. and Mrs Nick Carter and :
hone from I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shafkln returned ,e .Ir
a 30-day vacation at
and Mike Mills spent Friday at
children, Mary and Billy Carter,
from New York
Friday PARTNER WANTED
Ocala
Jacksonville Beach. I and Tarpon Springs. They :
I spent two weeks In Ocala visitingin all of Columbia, S. C., Mr. and ( City, coming by plane to JacksonIville. .
Mrs. Tlllman Hutto Mrs L. S.Hutto' Mrs. Shafklrt bad been In
the home of Mrs. Jessie Lanier,\ FOR FAST GOING NATIONAL BEVERAGE .l dr...
and two weeks In the home of and daughter Miss Gar- the city two weeks while Mr. BUSINESS IN BRADFORD AND role
nita Hutto, Mrs. Shellle Hall and Shafkln made visit, ae.
RITZ THEATRESun Mr. Glover's mother Mrs. Lizzie a five-day CLAY COUNTIES NOW SERVING .',
daughter, Sharon Johnny Tor-I Kenneth M Thomas, who has
Lang, In Tarpon Springs. Mr: CAMP BANDING AND STARKE
ruella Oliver I Hutto of, Camp been In the Riverside Hospital,
Glover Is an attendant in the Sta-
Mon July 13"BLOOD 14 tion Hospital at Camp Blanding.They're Blanding. and Miss Edna Huttoof I Jacksonville, following an operation See Hob ShttcrfleldPARAMOUNT .- ; 1

Jacksonville. is .improving, and will ,noun
coming thick and fast \
AND SAND"With Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and be doming home.. GRILL 1. "
at Floyd Green's house! Another ; .
Power and Linda Darnell baby deer-this time a girl! How Mrs. C. T. Jones spent Sunday In I L. G. Morel, father, and little
Tyrone about cigars, Floyd Adel Ga., visiting friends. I|Alice Morel l. sister, of Tampa have STARKE. FLORIDA a hS
Added-Fox News & Rodeo Goes To Town Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. been visiting Lawrence W Morel l. bI aaM
In addition to its photo developing 1 N
\ and printing plant which was Roy and Bryan Harrell. Miss member of the staff at the American -
Tuesday July 15th-DOUBLE FEATURE Jeanette Harrell, Mr. and Mrs E.
opened in the new Green buildingon Legion W P. A. Recreation heal

A'o. "THAT UNCERTAIN FEELING"With Call street three weeks ago, T. Murphey. and little son Bd-, ; Hall for the past ten days. Mr. LOSTU. two.
ward, two weeks In Hopklnsvllle -
spent Morel is a retired soldier, having "
the Bradford Photo has also '
:Merle Oberon and Melvyn DouglasNo. Installed Shop Ky., visiting Mrs. Har- spent much time abroad, and was tI,(s I <<.".*.n.as]

ment, which a photography is managed: by depart-S. C. rell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. (for awhile in the Cholera CampIn S. Army 30 Cal. Rifle. This Rifle is the fi r' 5 I

2-"LITTLE MEN'9 CartoonWed of Murphy, and returned home July the Philippine Islands, In the of U.
Kraus Mrs. I. Lecln has charge property S. Government and please
5th. Mrs. Harrell'a sister, Miss Medical Department, rr.

Thurs July 16 17 cameras the front and of all the camera shop,supplies where Ernestine Murphy, returned with I L. S. Hutto i In visiting his return at once or notify and I will call forit. ,,MIa
them and will stay In Starke. until a q
:Mrs. O P. Hutto In
mother, ,
are handled. I. Lecln has a lease i
"A GIRL A GUY A GOB"With on the space. late summer, when she will returnto Orangeburg. S. C? and other relatives -
>a tiL'
MY. and( Mrs. W 1.. Edwards Hopklnsvllle1 to enter Senior| in Columbia, S. C. Commanding OfficerCo. I h
:\ and Lucille Ball I t tees
George Murphy
High school. 1 Jack Halle, who works with the
and daughter, Fredrika, Mr. and C, 28th Q. M. Regiment
Added-MGM News and Empire In Exile Mrs. Frank G. Bauknight and Miss Ruby Davis and Mips. Federal Housing Administration y 1'i'

little daughter, Jane Merrill, all Waiver Davis spent the week-end in Washington D. C.. returned to Camp Blanding, Fla. > i

Friday, July 18-DOUBLE FEATURENo. of Jacksonville, were guests of visiting their parents and other the capital city Sunday night Ia,'ri

"NAVAL ACADEMY" Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate I relatives in Georgia. I after a weekend visit here with us/
Mrs. A. Hartman and daughter. 'his parents
Struth for the 4th of July.

With Jimmy Lydon and Freddie Bartholomew See! your Tax Assessor now anti Miss Lorraine Hartman, left| Miss Dorothy Delovan went to GREEN'SSTORE cowias i ib I

protect jour exemption.Mr. : Starke Tuesday to spend a two Lakeland, Thursday of last week WEEK-END .
.Vo. 2-"VLL 'WAIT FOR YOU" and Mrs., ,C. L. Robinson weeks' vacation with 1 Mr. and and visited relatives. I *9 r?Ml 1

a r of4 Jacksonville spent SaturdayI Mrs. Eddie Hartman of Key Weaat.I .I I Mrs E. S. Matthews! .hlld 8s1 j, s ira'i'IN
With Rob rt Sterling and faarsha lint I I and Sunday at Dr. M. B. Herlong's Miss Grace Green Miss Dorothy guests! last week her sister-in-law, i SPECIALS :

Also-Bowling For Strikes camp cottage on little Santa Fe I Green and Miss Freddie: \Vlm- Mrs Leo Wlthovfkl. and nephew '!

Lake. Mr. Robinson is superintendent berly spent the week-end, visiting Paul Witkovakl. of Lafayette La. II i iWE Plenty of Free 1& 4+ *aw ,

Saturday, July 19-DOUBLE FEATURENo. of the Municipal Golf : friends in Ocala and at Jackson I I II i Cash Carry rt II ,l

1-"LUCKY DEVILS" Course In Jacksonville.I ,ville Beach. I Parking Space N. WaJnut St. S q
Mr. and Mrs. George B Flynn
I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alexanderand
With Dick Arlen and Andy Devine Miss Wilma Alexander visited. and daughter, Betty Anne, spent : SPARE NO Starke, Fla. art

Mrs. R. A. Cox of Waldo Sunday.Mr. the 4th In St. Augustine. EXPENSE: ,
A'o. 2-" THE SIERRAS"With and Mrs. W. H., Graham, A stitch In line saves. nine- t; I 4*

accompanied by :Manley Leavellof !1 dollar, maybe nine hllnlrNJ-l'4' BUYING TilE 'f'4 p i"ii

Bill Elliott Jacksonville spent the week your Tax: .'_M..r today. I Sugar A Pound 25c
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of FOODS WE SERVE,
And-Chapter No. 11 "Mysterious Dr. Satan end fishing! at Dunellon.

.. Mrs. Inez Stokes, Mr. and Mrs.: Has ngs. spent Tuesday with I SO WE KNOW ; ? ".. ;
Mrs. Robert's parents Judge and & IAA .nt,
Nick Carter and children Mary
And Billy.. of__ Columbia... S._. C.__.. were Mru. G. A. Gardiner.Mr. : WE GET THE BEST I II MEAL OR I'EANUTGRITSS &raM1i'to 3

NAT SEZ: guests last'week of Mrs. Stokes' and Mrs Frank Inman I I II Lbs. 13c BUTTER Qt. 20c .
L. S. Hutto. Miss (who were married last February ,
Mrs.
sister I II
yr, .I the don't hot care weather what joull you' say hate about to Edna Hutto of Jacksonville also ) will return from Baltimore, I GIVE; US A TRIAL II ii AI.AIJ. ,2 Ilk .. its*

cool. A J spent the! weekend with her parents Md., about July 17th.. to visit I DRESSING 20c SALT 5c
admit that the night are Mrs. Vonda Inman and while Qt. _ r jy.L 4
here. I
yt O feller toW me that It got M cool I
Mrs. W. H. Seward of Arcadia here will spend some time with SandwichesPlate f.
the other night he had to get up arrived' 3 to the holidays Mr. Inman's twin brother, John, I
July spend !
and his underwear. Lunches 45 LR. CAN 1 ,1 ?
put on
*
with Mrs. Seward's parents In Jacksonville, who Is a flying Lard 4 15 !
will .
Wonder how the old town
look a few weeks from now when Mr.returned and Mrs.home M.Monday.C. Mayhugb, and Instructor. Frank at the has Jacksonville been attending AirBase I I Regular Dinners I II PURE HOG 'AN loY N.A'Lie

the boys all go away on maneuver I Miss.. Marjorie Stephens spent Law School in Baltimore and Is a I Short OrdersNo s
I
*t uo
the weekend visiting Mr. and senior. Ii ALL TOII.ET.
Bet it'll look worse than the first ''Mrs. Pat Medlin of Ocala. Congressman and Mrs. R. A. i BREAD 3 for 25c TISSUE 3 Rolls lOc .
day they put the parking meter their Wine Served ,
Beer
Miss Margaret Hoxsey spent Green had a busy day on or
)I
oat. I the week-end 1 at Tar Heel Lodge calendar when they celebrated the II I PUKE CANE JERSEY *"l

(Putnam County) on the St. 4th of July. First/ -they appearedat SYRUP Gal. 60c Corn Flakes Pkg. 6c 4 ..JWArJ
SLACK SUITS, I Johns River. the Gainesville Airport where .1

I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davie and Lex was scheduled to assist In KW3r

& BOYS Davis, the dedication services,-then to A&A
r FOR MEN daughter. Miss Jean spent Htajidunt w
the 4th with Mrs. Davis' mother South Jacksonville for a fish fry Tomatoes .No. J (roses :7c
"Tom Sawyer""El Mrs. G. V. Anderson, of Archer. have Ilellbronn Springs 'aterdrIIeft'd

Dorado" Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent at your d.w.r. Phone S. CAFE J

& "Manhattan"Cottons July 4th with Mr. Davis' mother, sponsored by the Veterans of Post -- ,--

Mrs. Mary Alien!! Davis 'of Fern- 78. where b' peve'an address.Mr. :3 J Kara BLEACII WATERRAINBOW
trdU
Sharkskins Rack of Carpenters
and nnrtlna. who celebrated her birthday and Mrs H, L. Hough and P & G SOAP lOc Qt. lOc ,,e M
Priced from Noegelspent ,
Roswell
and Mrs.
anniversary on that day. Mr. .. s itt
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$1.98 to $7.95 the Fourth at Jacksonville 7'5 T.hH.15c. 7 boz.: I
Beach. BANANASJ
left Wednesday LEMONS .. 17c
Capt. S. A. Bryan
__
for Atlanta. Ga., where he .;FIIKSII Small t h:2
: GROUNDCOFFEE: CONCENTRATED
will be under the care of an eye I ) =

j specialist for a short while. From I/ Lb. 12H c Supersuds, 2 for 15cMILK IIeNn

PLAY SUITSFOR there he will visit relatives in the -. 'hi! +

Fort Valley peach section of the J I IT.. ran..NW
WOMEN & ; 5 Tall or
before return-
for month
r rtate a
; ( .
Y ( 21c
i 'er
Ing to Starke. I 6 Hm.II I a
CHILDREN Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Field. had I ( ( IW quo

Priced as week-end guests Mr. Fields' r
sister Mrs. Yule. Haight of Way- c.1I IIROOKFIELD- *- Cl
Lb.
Womens crocs Ga., and Mrs Grace Pearce : teami
Lb. 40cIIAMTlURGER OLEO
and son. Vernon of Plant City. ( ( BUTTER, 12c
,
$1.98 to $7..95ChiJdrenl Mr. Fields, who I I" employed at I( I II ; -Lb.- lUll IlEEFSTEW SIN I

Waukulla, spent the Fourth of I se
MEAT Mixed 17c Lb. 12Y. f
|July with his family here. e yyarse'
REPAIRPerfect R. C. Buford, Miss --
Mr. and Mrs. --- I
69c to $1.98 Gloria Buford and Mrs. Letle As long as they ,

Work E til\ ley spent the week-end In i DRESSED 2Sc "
Jacksonville. Gloria will upend I Fryers
curves Pound
on
At Low Cost two weeks there visiting relatives t tIr. pass

Ot rid of those annoying ) and Mrs Jos. E. Wilson needinsurance
i you'll ---
SLACK SUITS certain rein Jacksonville Tuesday ) .
noise ne your [w. POTTED QT JAR t
I I
radio 1* performing "or- morning to attend the funeral of I! IImo' a
MEAT 3 Cans MAYONNAISE
35c
FOR WOMEN I IY
rertly. We will Inspect It Mr Wilson's brotber-ln-Iaw Lee ._ .. 'j:
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I $12.95STERNBERG'S I FKEK:! McDonald who died Sunday In I Charley E. Johns os
$1.00 to We 1I.\'e.\ Complete Line of the Veterans' Hospital at Lake Guaranteed '
I New Tube* I Agency Flour 1 65c ,,
:
I City.Misses Ida Lulu and Marjorie ,, NUrk Florida ;uurde 1 1I' ,
MAYES'Radio '
Davis have as their guest this 110 East Call Street 'Met

Service week Miss. Patsy Wainwright of I Telephone IS

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_Int"4R.R.'F.. P'LORIDA FRIDAY, n"Lrea
BRADFORD OO "Tl' .

---- vtmted their uncle Butler.
on ibe Government had to they ",'W spend their vacation.Mr. JackaonvlJle and Mr.. J. R. H.ILMr. Wicker Charley of RWIs alld
and aunt. Mr. JacksonV1lJe
FARMERS' SECTION TIIERESSABy bear down harder on tbe farmen and Mrs. J. E. Townsend .. J, E. Brown and Mrs. J. C.Sapp Fourth witb 8pt
l I : Mr,
Mr.
; M... II. D. May alld-children, JoIary: and Joe, and Mrs,
If: ,. .... I I and get a.better.mortgage."Mr. and Mra. Rosa HUDSuckle and Intant ot Sampson City and MI_ Oreen. '
.1ihf:
'! L' ._.- Mr." nd Mra. Leon TomlinsonI Hunt Is a cook at a restaurant "- daughter, Roslyn, Misa Minnie Marie Sapp ot Oum Branch were Joe Grlftls, Jr and

1/INTS FOR THE110USEHOLD of Jack onv1Jle apent tbe Fourth I Iof near Camp Blanding, Warl'C'n. MIB8 Esther CrewS visiting Mra. Sarah Underhl11 reI Boree. who are liend
RURAL Mrs. Tomlinson'. said. "He won't put a mortgag. St&tloned
July with Carter last centJy.H. training atIn
and Frallk Crews all .pent camp In Texal
COMlflON SENSE parents, Mr, and Mn, R. M. Her- I on hi. farm nor borrow any Sunday at. Magnesia Springs near I )1. ?tlcRse attended the'' g a t ew days With a'"''I r
t eI I friend.I
Mr, Carter gels r e Street .
mODey. Beaver
GOOD FOOD FOR CHILDREN Hawthorne.I union meetmg at relatives In tblB aectlonMr
A CALL TO FARMERS Ifey.Mr Calvin Hall and I bouee rent and what he ral... on
and Mra. I
church recently. i iI
Mr. and Mrs. J, A, Bouvier Baptist ; and Mrs, D
of feed
farlJUtIs One of the moat Important children llpent the bolldays with the place. His landlord getli I Hal1 and'daugbter Boree. I,
American F.
More food from to )Ictntoah Thuraday., They Mr. and Mrs. A. ons, Harold and
andtt.at' went Doyle
health need. IsnutrltloUII and one mule, I
chlldren'a tor two cows Of
this count.ry all of HaJJ.lofr returned : J
) not only In Mn. Lydia their Ardella have 80nvllle
needel Good food III abaals out of his were accompanied home by I were visiting ,
food, about 1111 he &ets I Mr
but In Europe, and '0 national It build I Clara Adkins and cblldl'en grandchIJdren, Cecil IUId PatrIcia to their home In Jacksonville after Mr.. Z, Z. GI'lffls SUnday. I 'i
lIealth.
tarm.I .
) leaderS are now callIng for good of Jacksonville, spent theweek.end I several days here with
agrlcultura I Helen McCrae. who will visit them spending Miss Margaret
join tissues, strong bones and BOund ot the war, Mr. Carter I Morrell of i
farmer to with Mrs. Adkln'. par. Speaking accompanied Lt
Florida were
on wfek.. Three other relatives. They Buller
the country In teeth. It helps to repair the S. R, Swindell. II IIents I wd. "I believe tbe boys will have tor a few ofMr. 8pent the Wl'(>k-end
Mr. McRae, son 'It.
others throughout 1>11', and ''grandchIJdren, Jerry, Mary Joyce home by Edwin her slater, !.Ir '
in running Matht'l
It good ended
,
Is
producing m 0 r e food prodJlcts body, keep '. to cro.... over before It : Bouvier of !.Jlaml, are and Mrs. J.. W.. MeRM. for Green,
and for work out we'reover and Betty I Miss Thelma
of Agriculture Claude order, give. energy Youngbaood of and when they find short 'visit.Eld. PI'evatt of Jar.
secretary a
Furthermore, II' 0 0 d )11811 Evelyn also visiting t.hem. spent the
sltuatton a.tld will be over.
play
R. Wlckarl) aummed up the Is vllllting her cousin, there. It W, E. Hall of'Green Cove wl't'k-end "",
: food habits established In child.hooll Tampa '. Friends or Mrs. S. R. Clemons her..unt. :r.fr Z. Z, Grlffla
folloWI ,
recently as f11le4' bls regular appointment -
the eedsof are a llealth a8set throu&hUfe. Mls Ruth Sibley. FARlflBy will be &Iad to learn that sbe Is Spring. Mr: and Mrs, M,
"This war Is owlng )Ir. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey are FLA. STATE from Illness which at Pine !.evel Church last J, Green It.
famine all over Europe." Joven announclng the birth of a fine 1\11.... 1Ua.ry TOWDlleDClU'Rml \! recovering IIR wlu a 'large attendance.Mra. children of Miami Were VllilL
It According to Rowena Schmidt kept ber In bed for several day. friends and
soon relatives
the war .topped Turner and children In
though boy, R. E tblt
of the U. S. Depart.ment baby .
would be a .long t I me before Carpenter Mrs. S. R, SWIndell and son, SJoR'ICESCburch last week.Mr of Plant City returned 1I0me Saturday tlon over the holidays, Mr, G
.elf-Iufflc- of Agriculture's Bureau of ervlces, conducted by and Mr8 M. E., Griner were returned to MiamI
Europe would be on a the week In alter spending a few daya Sunday, .
llpent past 3Ol'een 3//
Walter
.
products. Horne Economics, getting the Reverend L. A. Shepherd, were visitor. In Jal'ksonvUle Sunday.I remained
livestock :
in<< basi. In Jack onville wit h Miss MInnie here with relaUve and frIends.Mrs. oVel' for a Ion
of right food tor children need not at the Community Hall laatsunc1ay !
large part helel visit.I .
After the war, a accompanied
Turner was
to the be a complicated matter. But ItdO&1t Swindell. morning at 11:00: o'clock.'rheae I PINE LEVEL :
the world wllJ be looking watchful. Mr. anI) Mrs. O. H. Thrower I held home by her niece, little J.lls 'I Miss Mildred 1\I01'rt'1I Ipent U
take day.to-day
for food. Whether services are every l\J II. In. Inde111 -
United Slates anll daughter, Glenda, of Jacksonville By Mary Lou Alvarez. holidays with her sister, Mrs. \
decide ness to see that all the Important I few wee k s and the public Is
we can give It to them may IIpent the Fourtb of July Mr, and Mrs. C. P. Ganus otRaiford E. GI'een.
the United tOOlI groups tire r\'prellented' In achlld'lt to attend.Mr. ,\\SSEY L'TI'ON'1lIos
how much weIght three meals a day. with Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Griffis. urged LHurette SUlton, daulO.rof and Eld. 'w. E. HaJJ were : Miss Margaret. GrIffIs tsJItt

States will have at. the peace The Important tooelll for chll.dren Miss Pauline Crabb, who has .. J, E. Townsend and .on, Mr, James WlIe1' Sutton ot dlnner guest8 of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ing 80metlme with Irs, Mae p.vatt .

council", are: Milk and milk products been visiting her aunt, }'Irs. J. J, Joe, retul'ned home laat wee k this 8ecllon and fOI'merly of Andalusla. McRae Saturday.llr. of Jacksonville
not afraid of storing her home In In Wauchula. 1M. Mrs. N. L, Jordan and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph
"No, I'm -vegetablf'8 and fruIts: whole- Ziegler, returned to from a three weeks' visit Ala., and James Edward and Green a:

up too much food now, Remember grain cereala and breall: eggs: Miami Monday.Mrs. where they were vlBltlngrelative. Mas8ey of Jackson, Miss" were GUll Fountain, al1 of Gainesville, I chl1dren of Miami spent Saturda
that thousnndll of our own bas returned Warren ofWauchula church her e Sunday with C, II. GriffIs,
of lean meat, fish or poultry: and O. A. Thrower .. .Miss MlnDle united In marriage, June 21, at attended
people have never had enough cod.llver 011. Children may have to her home In Jack onvUle artera a c com p a nled them Lake Butler, night. I Mr, and Mrs. Ht'm'y Hinson ,

the right kinds of food. A part other toods, 0 f course, But visit with her sister, MI'., J. J. home tor a visit.Mr. performed attbe Charles T. Waldo of Jacksonville Hampton were vllllting M", HI'

t>f any prt>gram for the deff'naeof motbers who plan their children'smeala Ziegler, ; and Mrs, O. E. Crews and The ceremony the was In was a visitor at H. M. MclRae's 8On'. mother, Mrs. Myrtle Prlr;
home of County Judge
that
democracy Is to be certain 110 they can eat enough and I Mrs, Florence Newsom of JacksORvllle children, Carolyn, Delbert ''a n d the of a few relatives Sunday afternoon.A recently.Mrs. .

our men, women and children a vadety of food. In each oftheae was visiting the Ziegler Lora, and Mr. and M\I. Calvin ; presence' Their frlendawish. fish fry was enjoyed at Sampson Lonnie Tyre and Ion
''and friends.
them many
have enou/h/ fooll to keep I IItrong Important group. can be family over the Fourth. Williams, Herbert Green and MJuMelverna them much Lake by the peeple of this FJorahome were recent gll68taMr.

and bealthy."Farmers pretty lure theIr children are weUfed. Bobble Hall of Starke llpent the Thornton, 8pent the 4tbof happlnea. and other se Uona Friday, with an and Mre. Jobn Prevatt,

are patriotic, but week-end here with B. F. Geiger.Mr. July at Crystal Lake where S1\IITII-ALV AREZ Ice cream supper that nlgbt.Rev. Mra. Rlcbard Lee of Bethel wwlUng

they grow farm productl for a Fortunately many vCry! nourishIng' and Mrs. W. Stewart and they enjoyed a picnic.Mra. Miss qarrie Alv rez 10 vel ydayghter and Mrs." R. C, Davldaon relatives In this Beetle

JIving, U tbey want ,to continue tood. are also Inexpenllive. Ahomemaker brother, and JImmie SwindellwC' Reese Bradley of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mra. Britton and children of ,Zephyrhl1l spent recently.Mr .

fIIrmJnc, they've got to make on a limited budcet >re wltlng friends and relatives was visiting her parents, Mr. Alvarez, and W1JJlam S. Smith ofJack80n I Sundav night with Mr. an Mra. H.M. and Mrs, Lee GIegerWaldo

both ends meet and, In turn, this can do much to get the best nutrition In Georgia over the week.end. and Mrs; J. H. Hundley, Sunday MIS8, were united Inmal'l'lage McRae. were visiting lIfr, and 11:

meana growing things for profit."Making tor her money by buying of lalll week. Jllly 4th, at tbe home Z. Z. Griffis recently.

It profitable for farmer. the food. In each group that give LEG.\L NOTE PADS. ruledIIkI LUa Rae and Peggy Caldwell, of County Judge J. R. Townsend BOA TDRA IN, ).II'. and Mrs. W. E, Green L"

to produce more Is allIO protection the best returns In tood value for i f'M'II-BR.-\DFORD COUNTY young daugbters of Mr, and Mrs, In Lake BuUer, In the presence By Mrs. Z. Z. GriffisMr. children, Sharon and Edwi

for consumer F 0 0 dwoll't their eost. ,I TfLEGRA; 11. J. O. Caldwell. lett Thu..day oflaat ot a few friends and relatives.Mra. were visiting In Lawteyone da
levels and Mrs. Leo Griffis spent last week,
rise to unreasonable week tor Ocala where tbey Smith has friends
many
With J. the Fourth with the latter'. par.ents I Mra, Maggie Grt'en Is vlaitl'
Mrs, W.
If there are ample lupplles. are vl itlng Mr, and here who wish the couple h pplnell. -
capacity" It Is an McGehee.Dr. I Mr. and Mrs, R a I e 19b her sister, Mrs. H. Bennett,
our productive FARMER .1.1I .).
easy matter to grow enough for WITH OUR and Mra. R. P. Stubblna8pent Thomas of Belmore: I Holder for a few days.

ourselves anll our allies, too. ItIs the week.end at Fernandina Mrs. Susan Sapp of Wateroak Robert Pre8cott ot Lake Butler Mrs. p, B. Prevatt of Jack ovUJe

an eallY matter If wet assure Is the backbone Beach, section visited ber" sister, Mrs. Is .pendlng aome time with blscousin. who bu been sick at tJ:

farmers fair price a for their roductl. W, R. Kersey JIves with his sonInlaw I right, The farmer A fellow wbowns Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Alice Oliver.. Mrs. W. E. Green. I bome of ber son, John Pre'aIs
N, M, Bradley, two miles of the country. Prescott of .
of his own can'tbe left Monday tor Oklawaha where Rudolph and Roland Janny'of Mrs. Mary 1..ake Improving.r
took a place
eRst of Starke. Mr. Bradley
"Theflrat IIaurance to farmt'rl out.' .. .... .
last IIhoved out-It he can stay y m' 'W' "44" "
over a 10-acre farm tllere +' .... __ -' '--
who produc more livestock debt. When the se8llOn Is good, '
of
but, to thlB time, Mr,
Auguat: up
Is that fef'd prlcea will be held ata has been he I. all right: but when he has
It
b 0 u t their pre a e n t levels, Kersey !laid Saturday, .. billt sea on It Is really bad." '

Through corn In the the 700 Ever.Normal million of bushel.of Granary .- 110 except a little dry that a corn tew they for peas their have and private ralsell beans little 1I118 and! William Thornton- works 0 n :;:: IBST BECAl/SE ITS DNEsrl'

have a means stablllzIIng
we Crawford's farm three
Clayton
have few turnip" planted
They a
to
feed prices. We are going I Raiford road."The .
tbe
said miles oul on
com at but now. Mr, Keraey likely
offer ,government.owned' level over tbe It Is too wet for a good crop.MI' farmer himself didn't make
about Its 'prellent
the
during pallt
Dradley wal oversea durIng much Money
next two, years."The "He did
said Saturday
he
,
"e'ond assurance Is that, the World War, Mr, Kertley.Id year
and IIweet
"There Is mlre newspaper pretty well on beans
-
we al'eKolng
for the next two years strawberries
Is corn, but nothing on
of tht'lfeproductl. anll ,'adlo talk than there war
to aupport prices
with the anI) other things. Mr. Crawford
Thllt 18 tbe way It was
Let me emphR81 e that
other war. I don't know who III works In the Ford plant In JackMonvlll -
we are going to 'Iupport' prices make even :
to win," he contlnuell. ,"Iain't lie doel&n't
cf products, and 1I0t 'fix' or 'peg'prius going
got that to atudy about. 1don't the, money he pays me on the
fal'm MI'. Thornton said. "He'
CHl'e anything about It. Idon't ,
"Farmers don't want a repC'tltlon -
of the crallh that followell think we'U get Into It, but makes the money In the Ford "
we'U win, plant thllt he pays me with for
do,
we
the first war, They want to ket'p Ilf
JIve with working on his farm."The .
the gooll wllJ of the consumers 1 cHn't wot'k. 1 Just

Jld taxpHyers, Tht'Y don't want my on-In.law. 1 have my ohl- man who owns the farm

to gouge, In turn, conlfumers8nll I age pension to help out, I'mI Is better off thlUl the men who

taxpayers IIhoul realize that I. getting $11 a month," }.Ir, KerBey WOI'I( on farms, becRulle the farmers -

farm price... are low by comparl- .alll, do own their homell and c n.

lion with other prices. Consumers not be run off." Mr. Tbornton

and taxpaYt"ra alllO must reaJ1 I "Whllt, the tI need now," gels $1 pel' dllY and room ami

e that farmers cannot fet'd and MI1I<1 Joe MOl'ran, who lIveD seven board and laundry."I'd .

clothe the country Indefinitely Iftht'Y miles wC' t of Lawtey on a 20- like to Fee Oreat Britain

do o at a 1088."Only I acre far'm, "III IlIrger prices for win the war," he 88ld, changing

a small part of the tBllk what they grow. Wal! M for the subject. "But the Unit ell

before agriculture can be done byth8 I I everything are much higher In States wHl have to get In It. Lots

people In W/allhlngton. That proportion to wbat the farmer of these ff'lIoWI (referring to the

la why we have coine to the field. gets for what he groWB. .The I soldiers walking up and, down tbedon't

You wUI bave to carry (he l08d other fellowl are not getting too ) kn9w what's ahead SAtE

and see that the program becomes much: but the farmer Is no getting of them, do they't I'm just before -

dfecllve. Tbat II a trt'mendous enough, 1 m a k e hardly &olng myself, 1 had toregister.

Job, But fortunately you are enough to come out," he said. "I 1 may not be beavy oNf1mtBASE

pl'C'pared for that as you have believe I wOllld make more money enough: I'm 27 'years old and lUtE

never been prt'pared ,before. The',at Oc a day, but tbe time a tel. weigh 110 pounds." !

Extenllion Service Is well orglUltzed low bUYI the things nece80ary ona "Would' you mind &olng't" hewu

and taffed, You bave aTrlpleA farm. It la better this year asked."No .

committee In a I m 0 s t than It bas bf'en: but we take sir!" he responded: "I wrewouldn't

every town9hJp, anol you lIaveatrong .Ituft to market IInd alt there with I"

and t'ffectlve farm organJzatlons. It till It rote, Sometimes things SAfE
You people In the field cultivates 12aCrf'S
are wone than at otber times, Lollis art r,
wUl do .the job, I have no fear Mr. Morgan ..ald."I of a :J .acre plot for H. D,

of tho t. Hunt, a mile anll a quarter .outh-
took COrn to the market In
east of S'arke: "We're getting'plenty ON
Jacksonville and got very ordinar GAS
of raID nowl" be said Sat.tfllay
)' prices for It-l cents a
dozen 'wbt'n' sold all' together, or "It'. 110 wttI couldn'tplant

18 cents if I Tak..ct
!ilJALt} .. Farme.... do 1I0t gt't a proportionate plow the but beda corn up., and 1lIave And get this big satisfaction along awhh
nothing now
wage, It Is much better,
MFt B 'P wJMUbtAWt. sall 1.11', Morgan. "than It was 'the dry wuther Just about got your savl.ngs the satisfaction S

during the Hoover time. Roosevelt thal t.efor. It 8tarted to raining, .

Is working on It, but he.t'emll ''and now the wet weatber has of knowing that your Chevrolet

'.. the \ just about got It. It Is almost a'fallureflnot 0 IL
to be working on wSietl dry weatber, then brings you all the necessities and ON
and not on whllt the farmer gets

/lEetpfrtLe :rtLf:_ for Ills crop.. He can't do everything \ wet' weather," most of the luxuries of cars costing
different I
I struck
a
1\Ir, Carter
I at one time, Ihouj 1h."A ; .
chord In comparing fann work : hundreds of dollars more the
relld makes more
I d't: (rom.caU. bvt-Lt. man on works. So bave i C'
with many
.
.
In one month than we on the farm public satisfaction of knowing that 1m
been saying the W. P. A. ofte-red i iso your
do
make In three" "What you I

H: \.. :e.ltiit MK""" t1 _Wf.I iJUggellt! T" asked the reporter, "I I that much offered grt'ater by the opportunity farm. Here'8 than :' Chevrolet Is the leading car In popular 11 r.Ii

thought maybe you were going
: tbe lie figures It: : demand-ftrst again In '41 for the
I way
4 1 T&.me'F to teU us omethlng to do: ans.werel I 0" '
& tend
would lome
) Mr. Morga.n. "W. at $1pf'r 'I "It everybody tenth time In the last eleven yearsl : V c'I EEPTorode
;Z E S.nd fo, NEW book'.t' con1& day, anybody would tell you,, grouml, times would pick up. So
'.'"'" doun. ot broSht Id... to 1m.p a hili they
not planting :
are
,.,,,. you, b.knll., Addr...: RumfodB would be m re than the farmE'r many
k,". Powd.r, Bo. T, Rumford. R. t. gets.Ve do get our ration", all are just dependIng on pub I I cworks.

Of course, lots of tbem

are not able to farm. There"s
nothing In anything. I've bet'n onMr.
McCOY Inc.Gaines'ilIe
MANUFACTURING CO. .
Hunt.'a farm for two yt'ars

and he baan't made anythlnll: yet,
Florida He just hasn't been able to buy

the reed nor the fertilizer, Loana

WIIOI.ESAJ.E AND UETAJI. DEALERS INI.ONfa.EAF are hard to get and the Govt'rnment Chevrolet Compan1STARKE

tlell up everything a man
YEJ.J.OW I.n-H & CYPUESS
a so consequently the Government -

UJMUERIOULDlNGS: owns the farmll.
FLORIDA
.'It looks like the men who are -

Dired From Manufacturer To You not 1'.111 fanners." he continued

"are able to Jlt'CUre a loan, wbUethoae

who an good ones cannot ALL CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NO DRIVEN -

Mill And Yards At Gainesvil1eIhone gf't any hf'lp. There are people

who have borrowed money from
the Government who won't pay so they come to you genuinely NEW!

1237 or write Dox 414 bock a (,t'nt of It. But they can't

,, do that way now That'a the --



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U= AROUND. With LAWTEY- Mrs BROOKERBy L. L. rariter I Hampton Happenings 1'tli tliby 1-1II'


Ruby Moore .
The Ladles Sewing Club held
I PARTYI I
SURPRISE
I '.. ... its regular semi-monthly meeting Mr's. lLIorrow: Wadsworth
I and Mr*. O. P.
OS MARRIAGE J. HER VERY BEST RECIPE: at the home of Mrs. I. B. Harrison 'I i '1 1f
7 STAKK-KAHMK: entertained at a surprise birthday -
'\1 RIVKRSIDEK /, "> Mock Chicken and Noodles a* Tuesday afternoon. 4P
,. IZEIT {f ',7' Mrs George Rahme Sr., announced dinner Saturday evening hon-
IN JA&r iiprtrd by Mr Lre 1Enfield After a social hour of sewing,
CHtBCH. R L. "Sam" Anderson of u
E. H. Edwards r+" ;' 2 cups noodles refreshments were served. the marriage of her bring J.
Mrs. W daughter, Hazel Ruth Alston Starke. Among the guest present x
and the marriage 1 ran tuna fish The next meeting will be at the to Roy y

'wtey announce EUzab< 1 small can mushrooms (a I home of Mrs Fred Karen. Starr of Talladrga. Ala. on were Mrs. Anderson' mother wt.e'
i
'
daughter Mary Vth- July 3 in Starke. The ceremonywas Mrs. Burton, John Burton and f
etr I Mlxon. at small can of green peas may be : Mrs I. W. Plnholster pent the I '

ReX Wayne Church of substituted for mushrooms), I week-end at New River with Eel performed by Judge E. K. Mrs Alice Anderson. \ ,
M
Methodist I II
Ferryman.Mr.
ride 3.09 o'clock SatatternOon j 1-7 cup milk atives.Mr. OPENS.: NEW.: SHOP I a
il1e July: 5. 1941 Dr. 1 package potato chips and Mrs. Kershel Layfleld I and Mrs. Starr will reside I Cyril Manlrs opened a new barber i> s
for the
In Inverness wheieMr.
' of the Boll noodles In salted water until were in Trenton last week visiting present shop In the Matchett building | .
' pastor .
: Starr Is the !
Haughton. A employed by
L. tender and drain. Mrs. M. D. Layfleld. I July 9th. The shop wUl be mod.' <


the ceremony a program c Mix tuna fish and mushroomsor Is visiting her sister Mrs. Mitt" Betty Thompson of Gainesville Manler Is looking forward to '?' a

II r Foote, played Mr. George ( peas), add milk and mix Fred Hazen and family. spent the week-end with serving his many patrons and aal

nU tlal music and" Love You. with noodles. Put In casseroleand M:,. and Mrs Larson Mints and+ MlsH Madg Gay. friends. |

r I IrteYA Because." ( cover with potato chips daughter Bobble, were week-end Miss Miriam Guy, who is attending w
"To a '1
;, and ty Bake in moderate oven for guests of Mrs.. Mlnts's parents, the summer session at Marlon C. Johns visited friends ,,' ""Wits9

fc[i ROM' was softly played c ,w.gt' 6 ',. about fifteen minutes. Mr and Mrs L. R. Galney Florida State College for Women,, In Donaldaonvllle, Ga.( over the 4J l,

L the ceremony. I I Mr. and M..... Fred Waldron and spent the Fourth of July weekend Fourth ;t 1I
II
and potted palms $ w I| Miss Abble Harley of Starke / c
dahlias 1 ox. daughter, Betty spent the week with her mother, Mrs. James Miss Cosine Bedenbaugh
ed the lovely altar before ;p spent Sunday with her parents, end here with Mrs. Waldron' Guy. turned Sunday to Fort Myers.Mr. .

the bride. given In mar- b Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. S. Kelley Mis. Ava Turner and grandson, and Mrs. Gordon Wads- 1yr
ell
W. H. Ed- Mr and Mrs. Charles Hill and
father worth left for
Thursday Dayton
by her Bert Hinson. are visiting relativesin f r a
r. was met by the bride -little daughter, Charleno, of Bra- Alph Haters of Orlando was Adei. On.Sxt. Beach where they will spend; the ( .

and his best man. Lewis denton, were week-end guests of visiting friend and relatives here and Mrs. J. W. McDowell remainder of the week as guests [, re.I'
J m candles 1I In Yok ; Mr end Mrs. Louis H. Hill. % I
telly. Cathedral last week. spent the week-end in Raymond, of the United Life Insurance Co. ,

I candelabra, placed on either ; a', ,clt Hallle Jones is spending this Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brown Mr. Alas -fl Hn-weC a,tM

of the altar shed their radl- week In Palatka on business. I and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, Miss MIU'Y' J, W. Home and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Wiggins and

e upon the scene of exquisite :11, Mrs J. T. Moore and George Mott, Mi- and Mrs. O. C. Kelley Baibara. Belly, and Martha, left family of W-aycross. Go, Mr and r.I r.

Brown Moore of Plant City, lr.1 and children and Mr. anti Mrs July 4th for Reevesvtlle, S. C., Mrs. W. M. Nabb and familyof

uty.e traditional "Bridal Chorus"' ""'- and Mrs. G. VWlmoi Drown and Dave! Green and children attended where they will join Mis. Home Macclenny. and Mrs 'Mattia *i ''ahpe,

|| "Whenps (Wagner) anneed children. Betty and Billy, of i the dedication of the airport at and suns. Thompson of Macclenny joined ; ,.s.4aM d

m 1 the approach of the wed- ,1" ,,' Tallahassee arrived Tuesday to''Gainesville on the Fourth. Mr and Mrs. T. C. Cbaataln, Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Wiggins on a '\
,
9'ht \. spend the holiday week-end with Harry and Harold Sap p of and Mr. and Mrs Carlton Chas- plcnlo at Earlton Beach July 4th. e
n
I lj' party.dahlias and white ribbons ," "' ,> Mrs. G. W. Brown. They returned Jacksonville were visitors here taln spent Thursday and Friday { Sgt. and Mrs. Homer Miller ,,;!'' .,w

!Ute for the ",'. .:, 0;. home Sunday afternoon. last week. in Daytona Beach. returned Is.-;
from |
seats reserved ; < II! Sunday a three c
tied the ;'' '" ,,
'f \ Mr. and Mrs L. A, Brown at e
and candles and dahliasorate Sunday was almost a homecoming Mr and Mrs. Glen Stewart days' visit In Atlanta, Ga. ,,> .
illles, rail. day at the home of Mr. tended the Mall Carriers' Slate+ spent the week-end in Dunellon\
Mr i
the chancel Ethel Jones, Betty and aNaIN
and Mrs., Louis H. Hill. Among Convention In Lake City Sunday. visiting friends' and relatives. Ethel W* 9
of white Durllrig and Edw. Saxon }
lie bride's dress was those! who visited. the Hills were W. B. (Babe) Douglas of Lake Mrs. O. D. Gay, Miss Madge ,
the
shoulder spent week-end at Jackson-
Her I
lice over satin. Nelson Blocker and Miss Mary City was visiting here Sunday aft Gay and Miss Dorothy Walter-
attached to a halo villa Be.ch.Mr. ;
5ih veil was Whlttemore of Lakeland, Mr. and ernoon. son were business visitors InGainesville "
lace matching her dress Mrs. Ernie Mills of Palm, Val and Mrs. Bob McCormick h
silk ,
Mrs. Lee W. Enfield and baby. Saturday. .t I'
length white lace mlts and 4 Carolyn besides those "regularfellows" ley spent the Fourth with retatlvea !- Sgt. and Mrs J. D. Brewer of Jacksonville were week-end! p
completed her en- guests of Mr and Mrs. If. B.
tr slippers from Camp Blnndlng. here. spent the week-end visiting In ht sides

ble. She carried a bridaluet MRS. BEX WAYNE MIX ON Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Moore Mr. Lavan Kelley of St. Petersburg Gainesville Ga. I Wiggins.

[ of gardenias and orange and Mrs. David Moore, the Mtaoes is visiting' his parents Mr. and Mr and Mrs. D. W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs., Lynn Hall and ,'Wu.d

some, with a shower of baby Ann Gall, Mrs. C S. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. L. Lamoreaux. and children. Lucille, Margaret and ;
with orange bios- BUFFET SUPPER PRECEDES: : I SUNDAY SCHOOL I'U"NIC Ernestine Barbara, I Gene the week-end In Lake I a Mw.
bone tied I Moore. Miss Mis. Bill Johnson of Alma, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williams spent I
Ton.\.Y t Caroline and Betty .
REHEARSALPrior TO UK HELD
WEDDING
Is visiting her mother Mrs. E. C. spent the weekend at their camp City. e Sal i iII
and little Freddy
Edwards
matron of to the wedding rehearsal Cars are to leave the First Baptist Lou Parker. Mr and Mrs. y
1'8. Kline Wilson, I Moore the Fourth plcnlclng on Hall Lake. I Elite Sullivant of
spent
at 9:30 A.
r and her only attendant at the Riverside Methodist Churchon Church promptly : at Gold Head Branch State Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Colson enJoyed R. A. nrannen visited friendsIn Starke spent Monday afternoon |ij M

similar gown of old rose M. today for the picnic groundsat the Fourth at Klngslvy Jacksonville Sunday. I with Mrs. Ethel Jonel.VANDERBILT. ON
a the evening of July 4th., a buffet Swan Lake. Be sure to bring Frank W. Cruce one of Law-

Jatlon.lace over She a matching also wore satin silk supper honoring Miss Mary'I that lunch and your bathing suit ley's contributions to Selective Lake.Mrs. Bulah Baxter of Bladwln ,: e

her Elizabeth ,Edw.rde and Rex AND BE ON TIME BO you won'tget Service, has been transferred( from Is her mother Mrs. R. 1-. Sunday afternoon. sense
gown visiting
matching >
mitts Kffln Crawford and Stan- ld d
the center at Camp buss pMra.
reception MISS VELMA
By NORMAN
of the same Mixon was served at,, the home of left.FIRST Lewis. : awcc
bow
a Parisian 1 Standing to Camp Croft, S. C., ley Crawford were visitors to II'r sIw
or In her hair. Her flowers Mrs. Jack L. Briggs with Mrs. BAPTIST CHURCH where he is assigned to the Infantry Friends of Mrs. O. W. Barry Jacksonville Monday. K. t* Norman spent Thurs 'fI w

re orchid dahlias and golden A. Z. Adkins of Starke Mrs. J. C. BEGINS REPAIR WORK Replacement Training Center. will be glad' to learn that she itmproving Rudolph Chlsm was a visitor to day'' night of last week with Mr. a aC

hells rosebuds. Adkins of Gainesville Mrs. J. L.'I Work started Monday on the and expects to return thin section Sunday afternoon, I and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael 'and ; *" *

Ira W. H. Edwards mother of I Wilkes and Mrs. Roy Roane of remodeling of the First Baptist Miss Mattle Harley of St. August from the hospital to her home Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden of family of Ocala. ",,

bride, wore a Navy Redln- J a c k Ion v Ille assisting as co- Church. A cement floor and Ine spent Wednesday and here this week. We are sorry to Hellbronn Springs were visiting I. Mr. and Mrs Kirby Crews and ,
T, On Is
that Mr R. teen
e, With, bat and accessories to hostesses. steps will replace the wooden Thursday of last week with her report Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee last Leroy Norman made a business "
still confined to his home, and 1ar art't' I
tcb Her shoulder corsage beat : Chicken salad southern flooring and steps of the vestibule parents Mr. and Mis. A. H. Har. afternoon.Mr. trip to Jacksonville Saturday. d. : /
with' tiny will Mrs. Cora Crews Is very Ill. Friday I I
red rosebuds tied biscuits Iced tea, lemon sherbret an overhead archway ley. Mrs. Nora Sapp Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Dan Starling of We are sorry to report that ,J.'
''er ribbons. I and delicious cake served replace the former solid front Miss Gene Edwards spent Fri and Allen. Howard suffered a stroke '1'of de
were I J, W. Kelley and baby, Judy, enjoyed Lawtey were visiting; Mr, I
'shera : Davis Burner and and a banister rail will further In Jacksonville paralysis last Saturday after a \ tag'e
were the guests after the twotieredwedding day and Saturday the Fourth at Klngsley Mrs. M. L. Thompson here Sun-
Buckles. cake which centered the enhance the main approach to the as the guest of her sinter, Mrs I I noon. His many friends will be ''b. ,;1

idelsshon's "Wedding March" dining table was cut by the bride- church. the refinishing of |' Rex Mlxon the former Miss Mary Lake.Mrs.. Magna Wiggins of New Nay.Mr.. and Mrs 0. H. Johns were glad to, learn that he Is getting.
played as a recessional as New pews, Edwards. along well. j
_
elect. "Lucky is the one who Installation Elizabeth River was a visitor here Tuesday visitors to Live Oak Monday
anlt' the
young couple passed down thee ring and the inside walls Mr. Ellen Barber and astsel
receives the wedding ; Mr and Mrs. W. II. Hinton Leonard Altu- sons.
further Mrs.
Mr. and
blinds
and into a cream colored Miss she her of Venetian are GREETINGS for Frl- Bobble and Jerrle have returned
Edwards as cut own BIRTHDAY and family enjoyed the day J i!
of and of Jacksonvillewere ,
to enhance the beauty ridge baby I iteta
ismobile coupe waiting In front slice of cake, found that the ring planned the set Little Freddy Moore small son ay at Karlton Beach swimming visiting the bedside of her ,I to their home 'I I n Jacksonville 1 ."

the church. was embedded therein. the church providing goal of W. F. Moore and Cleon and fishing.Miss after a visit with Mr. Barber' t: ,;1 d
Mrs C. E. Crawford, here '
-. and Mrs. Mixon left shortly I White asters In attractive containers for repairs Is reached.DELIGHTFUL I Wooten. who both celebrate Jeanette McGauley of Mel.'ose aunt Sunday afternoon. parent. Mr. and Mrs, F. M. Nor 11, Its

ir the ceremony for a two "AT IIO\: 8th George Brown Moore visiting MUses Martha man. Ii
were used In the dining July ; was Mrs. Fletcher/ Butler and Mrs)
u' trip to Pennsylvania and room, and varied arrangements of I Rev. and Mrs. Lee Enfield were who returned to Plant City Lee and Agnes Rhlmes Sunday Leon Fletcher o f Jacksonvillewere Carl Rosier of Indlantown was : ,

-ilngton, D. C., and upon their red radiance roses and mixed "at home" to their friends Thursday I Sunday celebrated his anniversary afternoon. visiting the bedside of Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levy Nor. ,

urn will be at home at 822 3, from 7:00 to yesterday( and J. T. man Thursday ,,, ,
flowers In the living room and night July C. K. Crawford here Monday, aft ( ,
ik SlreetThe hallway. '9:00: P. M., celebrating their wedding j Prevail, that new papa again BOOTSKY'S BEACH ernoon. Mr. Mattle McCI.nlcan and ':

bride was most attractive ensemble.Out I I Those Invited for the occasion I I anniversary. Each guest was I whose birthday is today.Congratulations By Minx f'Hia CrawfordMiss Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns I children of Jacksonville are spending : I Aiel
her
smart traveling I to sign the bride's book To Rev and a few days here with Mr, and I Ns us.nis
requested her
the were: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Nelson I Gertrude Gusklns of Jacksonville and family were visiting .l :
of town guests for Mr. and Mrs. John L. Haughton, 'I I that was used at their wedding Mrs. Herbert Hazzard, (the Is spending her summer mother, Mrs. Charlie Carter of Mrs. F. M. Norman. 1 'u.1 t

Ming. W. were: Mrs. J. H.and Moore Mrs :Mrs. A. M. Foote, Mrs. Kline Wilson I four years ago. Lawtey Ministers all seem to vacation here with friends and rel Hellbronn\ Springs recently Many people of this ectUm attended II 4{ ,
p Moore Mr.
Piano selections were played by the funeral services of ) rtv
Walnwrlght. Lewis celebrating their wedding a1d
George be atives.
H Edwards Jr., Miss Gene Connelly, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Miss Eusley Shuford and Miss anniversaries In 'July), whose A large crowd from this section MTKNOGR.tril: E R H N O T K: Harley King of Gum Branch, held 'J

\\\'krda Ernestine, Miss I Moore Lou, Miss Edwards Bar-, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Ernestine Moore throughout the anniversary la July 10. .1 attended the funeral of H. H. PAlS.--15e e a., BRADFORD at the Dyal Cemetery Sunday aft. 'II J\,

Moore Edwards, Davis I Burner Fred evening.A : Keene. In t h e Dyal Cemetery COUNTY TELKORAPH. ernoon.
ra Moore
Miss Ann ,, buffet supper was served from c i
_
Buckles, Miss Frederika Edwards, t
18 Ada Edwards all of Lawtey, covered
the large dining table iii
Miss Gene FARM
Mrs. Edward Edwards BROOK
SUNNY
d Miss Ann Snow of Gaines- with cloth and centered with .'
a
Edwards, Miss Charlotte E s k '
e. flowers of pastel shades By Miss Arsul Crosby ,
rld,"e, Roy R 0 a n eo' Jack L. garden .
Ltr and Mrs. David W. Moore Briggs. John L. Wilkes, Miss and flanked by three white taperson Mr. and Mrs. Reubln Lewis and -- JlII 11erah I
-
I M their week-end guests Mr. Betty Briggs, Little Miss Ada Edwards each side.Wafers children of Detroit, Mich and ry.usto U.
and iced-
rote parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jimmy Roane and Johnny cakes, candy Mrs. Ethel LaRoache and childrenof +'
!
Trenholm of George town, S. Briggs. I tea. were served by the hostesses Georgia spent the Fourth with ,i
Robert
Her slater, Mrs. Julius Coach- Mrs. H. B. Arwooci Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cr
i Green and small daughter Miss Dorothy Peacock of Morris Campbell and Mrs. J, p. Wyrick Ward.

ton and her mother Mrs. A. B. with Mrs. Louis H. Hill assisting I .
al'y, of Charleston, S. C. They I I Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent Thursday qa
tuned to South Carolina early Peacock returned to Lawtey Sun In pouring tea. Jacksonville. treed
In
Peacock will remain bedroom curtains '' ?
day day. Mlsa Dainty pastel
: morning, taking as their I week-end
was a
and R. Kelly
week before returnIng han|made dresser J. ,
eatforr two here about & and a CII'd,70
weeks
Miss Caro-
Mrs. of friends, In Trenton. vllM"*
e ]Moore. home. vanity set were presented guest I***"

IGa Betty Redd returned torborne Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Edwards, Enfield as a memento of the I I Miss Arsula Crosby spent Friday -

ln of Mr. and Mrs. Edward evening. J. with her counlns, Misses Carrie
Macon Ga., Sunday. were guests I I
of
and
Jacksonville Those present were: Mr. and Annie Mae Alvarez
f
Edwards 0
accompanying her her
Other, Coleman was who Friday and Saturday and little Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. H; B. Ar- I, Pine Level. ---- d F
Phillips,
11 remain, ta Georgia' for several Miss Ada Edwards was the guestof wood, Miss Vergle Drawdy Mr I Fred Halalop and Hubert Kelly -.
Mr.
'eke I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs. and Mrs. Robert Campbell were attending to business' In
W. Fred Moore Miss
s and Mrs. Gainesville Monday.
___
-... .... .. .ow _- .... ... -. -- Ernestine Moore, Miss Ann Snow Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Hol-

HOTEL SOUTHERN Mrs. Jake Shuford Miss Easley llngsworth were visiting Mr.. Inez I

Shuford. Miss Elizabeth Terry Kelly Thursday of !last week. I ...
Rot and cold running water-Phone S-9107-European PlanW. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. Mrs. "Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Tlndal' f II.da.
to
Adams St. at Myrtle! Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. T. J. Terry. Miss Enza Blanchard. have moved to Starke. 1, w
,
Rateei Single 75c and 91.09 per day Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mrs. H. T. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ward of NOW r r War

i Double '1.00 and $1.50 per day Bennett. Miss Estelie Bennett Lake Butler and John E. Taylor Take Your Vacation y' I 0re

.1 CONE Prop. Hallie Jones, Bobby White- were visiting Miss One Hound
FAMILY HOTEL I. E. Mrs. Strickland.Miss Jacksonville, .. % 'my Trip :: I
head and Marshall Arsula Crosby Sunday night. #'
and Jarkftonvllle .,.. S .00 $1-ID
Dreyer, Miss Doris Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly ,
Elnore Wm. J. Kathryn and Robert Miami .......... 5.10 9.73
and Mrs. children.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ludwig, Mr. sightseeing in Keystone Tallahassee ...,. 2.23 4.05 a n
Richard Burd spent Lloyd were ,
Reader Doyle and ...,..., .. 3JW 4.0
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V Many Yea,. Experience Make It Possible for Me at St. Augustine Thursday afternoon of last Tampa ,
: SERVICE: the Fourth plcnlclng C'hlcago ..,..,,. 1640 25.93
TICENT COURTEOUS
PROMPT and Beach. week. ._ 10.5 1II.9O Travel: at Its BestThere'
''''MODERATE PRICES Mrs. O. J. Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and Cincinnati .. Highway 1
and ,
Mr. 11.20
.... 6.ZO
.,.
and Mrs. J. R. Kelly eee114
Anders Mr. /
Dewrrr c.Florid JONES daughter.Saturday Miss Virginia i n Jacksonville children and children, Mrs. C. C. Crosby UNION BUS STATION There' nothing to compar. with the scenic: beauty ol' Ameri /tea,

-.- SUrke, spent and children. Mrs. Evelyn Crosby LACY f-'oNR'.iY. Agent ea'* highway.. Now you can enjoy them all the more In air- rrIwsa 5,

""= ..._......., shopping. Snow returned to Mrs. Beulah Kelly and Mrs Floyd Htarkc, Florida comfort bus. All the 'round travel by y '
'fin .,.wiuuowaaw. ."ha' Miss Ann conditioned by way
W w.wdma, _+.w. .,awewwawinawwcwuwur. .' ... 'sa uwww with children all attendeda
Gainesville Sunday afternoon Crosby and Fri Florida Motor Line* I.i b.tt.r and more enjoyable. You .*v. 7 [
TOWN Lake
TO at Sampson I tear
GOING Mr. and Mrs. Gary fish fry
: her parents. 'n... hours with frequent departure that are timed to suit your S
the afternoon
rOrOri SOLDIER'a Snow, who at the spent home of Mr. and day.Mr.. and MR. J. N. KeUy have convenience. terminal ar. right in the heart oi bual .** and 1 a

= TRY ONE OF JERRY'S visiting Mrs. W. F. Moore Miss Ernes- been staying In Raiford where i hotel center, you SEE the best of town and country. With ( aaI

-A A,1r, y FOOT-LONG SPECIALHOT.DOGS Gainesville tine Moore for accompanied a week's visit.them to Mr.visiting Kelly relatives I III employed.in this They section were all these advantage*, the coat I.1 leu than that of driving I oaf'' ,,


E. E. Barthlow and her Sunday.Mr. your own car. t
Mrs I
$ Miss Effle Mae Barth and Mrs. Enoch: Kelly of 1 a s

.. -tOc- daughter were guests of Water Oak were visiting Mr. and 2 trl ,awI

ALSO REAL HOME MADE CHILIJERRY'S low Mrs.of W.Mlddleburg H. Bigg Friday. I Mrs. C. C. Crosby recently.

Miss Elizabeth P I u mmer of -

Jacksonville spent Sunday with i MANILA CLASP ENVELOPES

Mr. and Mr*. M. B. -9SI22 S3 per 100-BRADFORD
parents.
I her
151 CALL STREET. STARKE FLA. COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
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Procedure Outlined For EstablishmentOf "Hi Steppers"To pear herein' to the This t>UJ.order flied tie against. b. published him. I d..i..nat..d Bradford Cogty T...

Rents In Starke 78 Percent once a week for four consecutive publlllh a. the n. Cl'a k
Up this "
Ikt ; Air Raid Warning Posts In County AppearAt Telegraph week a newspaper In Bradford publishedIn County I I day.for tour Weeks order priorI onc.to .:.:::1:".

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Marcus F. Brown Chairman of by and will work under the direction Legion CenterThe (OFFICIAL said Bradford, MHAl)County.A.1. Thom heal Witness at my hand an4

i : r Since Blanding \WPA/ Report Shows the Bradford County Defense of the army air command. Clerk Circuit Court.Starke I Florida, this Ntarke.It br.lf. 4fr...
"HI Steppers Club. a : Florida, July t. 141. I D. Uti. dyO1I'PICIAI. Of {
Council, baa received from State Details of recruiting and select- musical comedy group from Jacksonville 7-11 4t 81OHUKH I ( ,.,.EAL) 11I1
Defense Council officials detailed Ing persons from the rolls of those t I Cterk ot CIrcuit! A. 1 'tho
Rents in Starke 78.2 the will be featured Satur. I Co''t"'Florl'' Court 01' ..
I rose percent during period information and Instructions for who registered recently for volunteer OP' PVIlttriTIO'V AM* I 1'11 8...'
from March 1940 to May 1941 according to an exhaustive selecting volunteers and establishing civilian defense and all day Night at the American Legion NO'llCia TO APPKAIV ,,
Recreation Center at 8:30 o'clock. State of Florida, toi U O. Annla, I In Circuit Court, R.j,
the VVPA's Division of Research.
conducted here .
survey by seven observation posts at other details of instruction are Coal A Ice Co, BldsT. P. O. Box: : Chancery. i
Seven-tenths of all rental units had increases averaging strategic points throughout the being handled by the Civil Protection The show, which is directed by 221, Portsmouth, Virginia, and his s Plaintitt ssthYSeSSrSr'b

.c : t $14.27 a month, and adding more than $1,100 to the monthly county. Organizers appointed by and Labor and Personnel Mrs. Louis Steger is composedof St.wife, 0.M W.ni. e'Atlanta Belle .Annls Georgia 118: kittle I *

rental bill in this community.. Results of the survey, which the Chairman. will have chargeof Division of the Bradford Council. ten talented young men and Tak. notice that The Federal. I I '

tt L also included a study of Gainesville\ were received this week the selection of 140 men neededto Similar operations will be or-I women who specialize In a com- Lank, has Bank filed of In Columbia.the Circuit as plaintiff Courtof I tiled .. 'A"..appe h.r..II." .*' ,PirI .

':j. at the office of Mayor N. D. Wainwright Jr. man the posts. ganized In all the states of the' blnatlon of singing dancing and Bradford County. Florida, InChanc.ry !I to four be PUblishEd once .'l'h."I't.. .
a B t 11 of Complaint consecutive
; The survey showed that in the larger city of GaInesville The air raid warning service. nation. talking numbers and feature the wherein you are defendants. Case) County Telell'raph Weeks, In I!'.

t 30 miles:'! from Camp Blanding, rents rose only 3.2 per- part of a nation-wide system. will The 140 trained watchers who "Majorettes" In several precision No.mortgage ItSO. for against the tor the eiosure.pf faUsjfllMbdescribed Its-I public(OFFICIAL ci In SKA paid U IIradfo'd: n..CO\,
call for 17.840 volunteers to man line and chorus dances.It Clerk A. J'
cent during the same period. For units showing increasesthe would be called upon in an em- property if.,ftuttOTRna4il' Circuit Court
the 880 observation post locatedIn has been the of the County, to-wlti ', '/ rt.'T *4 Starke. Florida. July 5th
average rise' was $4.54 ergency will not go on duty immediately policy NVj! of 811% of SWi4 Kant of 8. A. "II
month adding around $1-'COMPROMISE: \ LIKELYIN Floiida. center to put on some kind of a L. Ry, and Sji of BK% of 8W%. In .11' t
per in this county. They [I
It Is pointed out that observation Hec. U; and Block 1 In Pe..t..vllleJ
200 to the monthly rental bill CONTROVERSY will be put through an Intensive special entertainment each Sat- and that part. of N 1-4 of NWM of In ult C'OmirtflrSdOM.
( |I posts will be designated spots urday night for the enlisted personnel NWV4 .,!lying East of S. A. L.. Ry. I Flor cia-In Ch.nt'.I' ro,
in Gainesville. OVEn RACE FUND from which volunteer observers! training for a few days out of and'. % of NWJ4 of NW% oJ i-niiiao.. Plaintiff, "R. j,,.. F"1",
that the togo of the Army. Previous to See IS: and ram.. at SW cornerof Defendant. On .P1,
The stated ; each and will be ready Monday .
report for
will watch and listen approaching year day Clf
t i (Continued from page one) this week's performance( the staff flee !S. run East on Section line) August, 1941 the ,, V,*
average rent paid in Starke planes.- Each will be Into action if and when needed. 1320 feet., thence North 420 feet, Joseph Pallao 'l 1. r.Qulrl'4' """,

in March 1940 was $13.04 as It would make little or no difference located within a few second' run Latest scientific devices In air members of the center have stag thence West 1320 feet thence South herein.pear to the This bill order fiiei ""ain't"

1 : compared with $23.23 for the whether the county had from a telephone. No towers or I attack and defense perfectedafter ed their productions.Each In 410 Twp.feet S to ft! ,point H 23 of K.beginning' ; all once a week for four to b.JI ..Ubll
i weeks In "
"1Stftbr&tSK'SSSL
., same rental units i in May19.U. any roads at all If the school other structures or equipment will independent studies by air member of the staff Is a This therefore I..* to command'I you I I Bradford, ceS' 3&OFFICIAL.

i in Gaine I be provided but volunteers may experts of the United States and trained recreation worker and an to appear in said Court and cause ,
Averages closed on Aug-UHt' II 1941,
and the of the ( .
,': ville were $19.16 and $19.77 youth use their own field glasses If they Great Brttian, will be used In the experienced entertainer., Althoughthe allegations' oi the BIW"rtl""coV:, Clerk Circuit SBAI.Court.> A..i< TIt

y :wspectively) for the two per- 1 county grew up. In Ignor nce. The! wish. Obnervers will be trained air defense of the Sunshine State. center\ open every day and by plaint'you.will be taken as confessed I I.Starke. .-lorlda... July t.'R,. ,.J..,

all Commissioners on the other hand evening. Director'Clayton L. Per 7.U 4,
for
iods. in Average 194 rents including reasoned that without good roads reault also fills requests for programs : .''II""IIN'IN'IIIIH''IWlIIIIIIIJI'IIIMIIlIUiIW'II"IIIIUlllll' ''' '''' '', llllllmI'1..11111"1".1111I11I..1111I111011'''' '..'..',....."" ..."..,.:

:. nits May unit Every Blind Man Has A Story; : and entertainments at the
those which were not rental the school buses could not run. STARKE SIGN
1940-were $26,93 in One Of Sherouse Camp. Any authorized recreation SERVIC
IT V.J Jn March and that If war should( come to our This Is The Lafayette
In Gainesville. officer, chaplain or hostess may
and $21.60
MtfM Starke shores defense roails would be of for nine entering request the services of the staff L. O. COWDREY
It wan found that frequency and Boom. towns tourist centers and 'Igustine years
L ? much more value than school there until he for morale work.A .
late and remaining
camp
average amount!* of rent Increases places of great business activity
):!:*1 : were highest where the occupunU(I The Board of Public Instruction come In contact with many tragic was 21. when the rules of the I' recent survey of the attendance Permanently Located In Starke

had changed or the landlord had together with Its attorney and caaes. One example: Lafayette I school forced him to leave.' Three at the center shows an aver-

,,. made change In the structure or most of the school trustees went Sherouse Is the tall thin blind I' years ago next October he mar- I age of 2.000 men participating In 30 Years A Professional Sign PainterIn
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.. ; In conveniences of the unit. I|I(1 I upstairs and met with the Com young man who sits around witha I jrled. and one child was born to the various activities during the Business 20 Years In Palm Beach County

.a In Starke It was found that In mtssloners. At this Joint meeting tin cup and play a harmonica. him and his wife, but the Infant week.

; ; units with the same tenants 99 H. V. Knight attorney for the Here Is his story: His home Is lived only a 'short while. ALL SIGNS PAINTED RIGHT.

,, school board, did most of thetalkIng. I Sherouse follows up the tourists Legion Meeting
percent had rent Increase aver-( in Citra. One Christmas-eve night
In units with different and explained that If the the tobacco season fruits and PRICED RIGHT GUARANTEED
: aging $10.70; -1917-when he waa seven yearsof The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post
Board should relinquish Its right vegetables, booms and anythingthat
: ; tenants 85 percent had Increases ,
,,. :!: averaging $18.20; 70 percent to the $2,000 that was coming tIt age he and his little slater will help him make a living. of the American Legion at Its 221 North Walnut StreetIn

,, unim- this year from the lace track were sitting around the fireside His wife la In Cltra with h I smother meeting Tuesday night voted to
of unit. that were Rear
had Increases averaging fund. the probability was that It playing. Lafayette gave his sister and he spends most of furnish the material to cover the ( ) P. 0. Box 2S

proved while 90 percent of those would thereby lose $80,000 by not and old-fashioned wooden his time In Ocala. though becomes floor of the boxing and wrestlingarena mi HmimiiHiiniiiiHtniiuimiiiiumn lum nii.pnnij

with$13.20; showed Increases being able to keep faith with the shingle and a piece of chlnaware I to Starke two or three at the W P A Recreation

Improvements$22.70. i State Board and that would mean and told her to bat It to him. She times each month for a few days. Center at the Legion Hall. A )., ;,.. ..
averaging b
|(I stopping of the teacher' salaries did, and a small piece of It broke The latter part of next week he good attendance was reported at FboN'T LET

.v In Starke's lower brackets ':and also closing the schools. .It off and struck him In his left eye. will got 0 Georgia-Valdosta, the meeting and quite a little

n where rents were lens than $15 we spend the money for law. He never saw again out of that. Douglas, Alma and CordeledurIng business was transacted.SHEAFFJoR'S'SKRIP.

(1940 average $8, 0)). 75 percent nulls," Mr. Knight said "nobody eye, and within a few days his' the tobacco season. He spends) S a gas-eating oil-

showed Increases averaging $9,BO',| will win. If we mind the Stat sight completely left the other I a good deal of time at Leesburg : INK hungry: hand-me-down
rise'
per month and representing a 'i Board. we will get $80,000; If we eye. I during the orange season and at Pta. $1, QtH. $1.7.1-BRADFORD s2oplt
'of 111 percent. In the group with
mind you we will get nothing." Mr Sherouse attended the Winter Haven during the tourist COUNTY TELEGRAPH. S\-
rents more than $15 a month KEEP YOUBEHIND
85: Mr. Knight brought out the School for the Blind at St. Au- ] season. IN TIUCUIT (COURT BRADFORD "Uc:," 01ear.

I $1940 average $20)) percent fact that the appropriation to the ____un_______ ______ __nmn ___ COUNTY FLORIOA.-IN C H AN- ot\\\.
showed Increase averaging $17.40 schools I for given III CKHV.! Emil Willis, Plaintiff, vs. 0,0 \\tS THE
any
; i years Knnal Earla WIlllH Uefonant. \\0'11 ,
per month or a rise of 87 percent.
baited upon the pupil attendance Ministers Believe Starkeites Are Overworked; On Monday, the 1st, day of Sep. r1
cj In negro neighborhoods 13 percent tember A. D. 1941. the defendant e10 .
of the previous and that 1 If \\\ \ I
r of all unit. ((1940 average t year Causes Them To Neglect Church Duties Itonal Karle Willis whose residence \\ a s
the schools should be closed for In Jacksonville 0 n a low
$7.60)) showed Increases averaging County. North Carolina ta required
one year. It would be almost Ira
$2.50 per month or 33 percent.. At the bi-monthly meeting of. available for church life on Sun. t') appear to the bill of complaintfiled
possible to get money enough( to against him herein. Thin Cat Our Daring
order
WPA official stated that the them. the Starke ministerial alliance day." to lie published once each' week PRICES START AT I '

h., tV' survey In Starke was a complete reopen held Wednesday at which every A close Inquiry was also urgedof for four consecutive. w e. e ks In S I Trade-in Allowance FIRST
While the matter, Is not yet Bradford County Telegraph a 5 9 5
enumeration of all dwelling units minister In town was ordinances I atlve to
\ present city r e newspaper published In Bald Brad-
within the corporate limits. Of closed. Ita believed that by the many problems of a social nature stores staying open on Sunday. ford County, Florida tor All,.prices" "DllY.red at "ac- I Wl L LYS
next meeting things I will be Starke. Florida, July L 194i. Toledo Ohio. Federal.
the total number. about 46 per- were dlacua ed. and If found in violation of existing (OFFICIAL. SEAL.) A. J. Thomas .t.E.sod local tales (If any) e5tea. -
: smoothed over to such an extent Prices I I _
and specifications __
: cent were rental units In May In particular 'the problem of ordinances a protest will Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford subject change .
that the two boards will be able County Florida. 7-11 4t 8-1 without DO'''' _J ,/
1941. Included the 214 be made to the
among council
city
by
to ,reach a compromise.. the young people of Starke who -
&. units studied. 87 were added durIng I this body. In Circuit Court, Bradford RICHARD & HAMITER ,,
the period March 1940 to are employed In business at long A committee was also appointed County, Florida-n Chancery. Mary ,

A. May 1941: 29 by new construction Visitor To Fill and late hours was discussed and to confer with Co!. L. R. Poust at It-r.Fld..erJ Defendant.. Plaintiff On v.Monday. Frank, the Fide-let 5.

8 by conversion of old structure, Baptist Pulpit Inquiry Is being made Into the the camp hospital with a local day of ", ..Pt., 141 the defendant Starke/FloridaLIfE'SLJJCBOLUflED
Frank Fldeler, I In '
and 50 by change from, owner occupimcy. matter to see whether merchants physician and with law enforcement required tn ap- "

'. ; Average rent of the In the absence of the pastor will nut work out a plan to officers and with the State .

added units was 2939. about A. K. Llghtfoot, wBo will be In 'stagger" the hours of employ. Board of Health about cases

$2.50 more than the average for attendance at the Southern Baptist ment so as to keep Intact the where venereal diseases are

all units. Summer Assembly at Ridge. social and moral life of their em- known to exist by official reports

., Five-ninths of the old rental crest N. C., attending Sunday ployees. The Rev. Fred Yerkea and nothing Is done voluntarilyby mmn

: units In Starke were occupied by school conferences there the Rev. of the Episcopal church suggested those affected. Every effortIs

4 ,. the same tenants throughout the Ml Iner Brittain mlsxlonary to that "men are so over worked to be made by the local ministerial ,

14-month period.Accident China and son to Dr. C. M. Brlt- that they are not bearable when alliance to assure a clean

lain, until recently State Executive they come home and the young er and more wholesome community .

., Mars Secretary of the Florida Baptist people of our town are so tired for the good bf' Starke and

t Convention. will be the guest from' overwork that they are not the nearby camp.

Trip Of Newcomers speaker' Sunday at the Baptist

Mr. anti Mrs. V. K. Howard Church. ;.
Dr. Brittain. who la now doing I '"
I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR
p were in an auto wreck about 10
deputation work( In Florida under
o'clock
Monday morning at Pinet '
the Southern I "
I I Baptist Foreign
ta which put Mrs. Howard and Mlmlon Board w h lie awaitinga SALE-Harley Davidson 80 : FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake west ,

two women from the other car In chance to return to China. will motorcycle '37 model. Good con shore cottage.' Would consider .,

the hospital and did serious damage conduct both services Sunday. At dition priced to sell.-City remodelling modernizing. and .. :;., .

to the two automobiles, the morning hour he will delivera Realty Co., Phone 200. Gaines enlarging to suit Army officer

., though the men got off with only Missionary address and will ville. Fla. 7-4 2tp If interested write L. Wyman. .

.. ; alight bruises. Mr. Howard borrowed likely describe In detail the bombIng N. C. State College, Raleigh

an automobile from his of Shanghai for It was during FOR SALE:-10-roorn dwelling on N. C. 7-" 4tp
I daughter who lives In Pinetta and lot 160x320 In town of Lawtey.Box .
S that bombing that the second
carried the three women to Dr. child of the Brittain's was born. : 57, Lawtey, Fla. 7-4 4tp FOR RENT-Lake cottage available .
Chappell'a Hospital at Madison. I July. 26 partly furnished. .
: When he found out that that hospital At .the evening hour Dr. Brit Mrs. W. K. Struth. Itp
FOR SALE-1 1-2 ton G. M. C.
tain will show of
moving pictures)
would not make an X-ray of truck '
with :
Mrs. Howard China. taken during h 1 II stay I' large refrigerator FOR RENT-rooms for t h r e"e .
he
Immediately body. Can be made Into fine
there and since this Is his first men. ranging from $2.50 to $::5
took his wife I .
to the Little living quarters. Price $150. .
furlough at home, will likely have per week. Also furnished apart
Griffin Hospital at Valilosta The Write John J.
showed many that will be up to date and Heney, co HighSchool. ment. Mrs. F. H. Long, 403 ,
X-ray no broken
DeLand. Fla. 6-6 6t
North
S .' but she had most painful bonell'l Interesting.Dv Walnut. ftp
Brittain la a graduate of ... ,
She will\ remain .
there FOR RENT-to FOR
Stetson University t n DeLand, refined couple, 3 RENT-comfortable country '

days. The other two women I anti a graduate of Louisville Sem rooms and bath. Comer Jack. dwelling. A. J. Thomas,, Starke .

: would_ have to remain In the ho*. inary. He was, before going to son and Clark streets Close In. Fla. 7.4 2t I
pital for only two three
or days. entrance.
private Mrs. Frazee. -- -
I China, associate pastor of the
Mr. Howard arrived In Starke at FURNISHED
U COTTAGES
First Baptist Church In on
Washing.
6 o'clock Tuesday night and fa Lake Santa
Fe 5 miles east of
ton. D. C., and musical director
.,, back at hU work In the drug SMALL COTTAGES .I table for Waldo. Electric lights, running I
there. He has done an outstand THE MAR WHO
,. "' storo.Mr. 'ing work in the field of music In tourist cabin, filling station or water. Inquire L e w Is | ASKS .

Howard came to Starke China and Chinese religious work. office building' for sale very Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla. IW. HIS MOTHER-M.LAW j I ; --5.___
February 1 as pharmacist at Carpenter's reasonable. Can be tf .
easily
i Mrs. Brittain is the daughter of TO
Rexall Drug store, while moved.-City Realty Co., Phone DANCE I :
Dr. Brown. of the i'
pastor High
_ :Mra.\ Howard remained at their 200, Gainesville Fla. Daily cash market for cattle and ;
lands
home In Qultman Ga. tie had Baptist church Louisville hogs. Auction Sale every Thursday America is filled with
daily
_ Just been to Qultman where he Ky.'Sewella. FOR SALE beginning' at 2:30: p. m. hcroi- born unsung
73-acre:
_ farm In the of supreme desire to .
and :Mrs. Howard Columbia Lake suc
Stockyards.
had settled I City.
up edge of Lawtey; 11-room house ceed. Draw
their business In New Home Fla Phone 481. See inspiration yourself front 'It
and were on their with all modern or write :J. ,., ;
conveniences OUR
way to make their home in I D.: Odom. Jr., P. O. Box 247. HERO and next time the ". "
last water lights etc. '
$10.000
Wednesday week Mr. and cash.A. music
starts ask ,
Starke. Starke Fla. your Mother-in-Law ,
They had Just made tf
a *,
Mrs W. B. Sewell and family A. Annie Lawtey. 2t for dance ? ; ER ,
short visit with married a ,
a
daughter -I| moved out of the Griffin house LOST OR STRAYED few head ..a(
who live in Pinetta. and were FOR RRNT-rooms with board. I I .d,11Fa,
436 Nort.hValnut street, and Into stock Lift
cattle
In various marks great moments of eafi I
block
one from her home when Four blocks from courthouse. triumph
their new home just completed In and brands, also branded "A.T" for
a fitting beer
the accident Rates to
the
occurred.
I reasonable. Inquire a t crown deed and
The other'car wa driven by a the COO block on the same street. Bradford County Telegraph. It Grown cattle have tag In ear day say "Make Mine JAX"'for
The of true
i owner the residence, denoting Federal Bangs' In-
Mr. Terry, who had his sister celebration. JAX is
and
:' her mother-in-law Mrs. O. J. Griffin, has leased It COOL :a-ROOM HOUSE. screened spection. Information will be a sparkling tangy .
In the beer full
car with downright
him. to Clayton L. Perreault iuper- porches large grounds. $15: per appreciated.. A. J. T h o m a .. good flavor.

visor of the local American Legion month.-J. B. Walkup. McIntosh Starke Fla 7-4 2t

,. Chief On I I WPA Recreation Project and Fla. 7-4 4tp
Vacation his family. In addition to Mr. i CONSTRUCTIONALL

; Police Chief A. I* Alvarez: Is and Mrs. Perreault and family, FOR RENT-cool. desirable furnished
the entire TYPES. NEW 8TRCC-
staff of the recreation
taking his ten-day vacation first, apartment. Adults.
and the other officers will follow project will also live there. Theyare Apply lorI'R.\! R. Prevail, 1 TfKES OR REPAIRS you Can'f Buy a Setter

: mile east of Plan. Estimates and BeerAf
--the three older one will get ten courthouse on Call Architectural
,I I Lawrence' Morel.( Walter V.
_ day* each and the other two five Walsh. Claud Alva rae. Miss St., Starke. Sertlce Fre Any Price! BEER

days each. Chief Alvarez left Louise Horton. Mrs. Nina V. Pro- 3-ROOM GARAGE APT.-to rent. G. M. DAVIS
Thursday for the Carolina
where beLts Miss Christine GENERAL CONTRACTOR
he will spend a part of his Ricketson. Two bed*. Available about July union moot I
vaca- ,
Ga.lnn
t tlon. ,'jMlaa Flora Padgett and Miss 15.: Adults.-Brookatde Farm. : Juanita Hlnes. I 1.2 736 E. Depot Phone 1064
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"A V. 11161.whose tb. reel.irpnknown r All SWU "f BWVi 8 ofGraded of NE4AiC4. 15 7. u '0. Jel.... ..Halt ..10NW4e d r

UJu'i F Miller, to Road Ex 1 AIn of of !

$ :; !I.of required complaint.r Notice I. hereby given that the following described. land.. or ao much NW Cor A W25 of Ity NE4 NE4 ZI .7 11 5 IL S. 8urr.ocr: 1.11, iJky tiIE 1
thereof .. will ft of of
ba O
SEU SWU
to
jfl necessary pay the .
< .t.Mhep "er.ln. Thl amount due for t..1..f 1110 All NW'4 or Nil: ,. W of ;
each herein set. OppOslte to the together: with cost of of Graded Road 2S 5 21 40 Mavd. WalnwrlahtB '.&3
ones .ah1"1 such sale and I\x\: 6 A. sold to ,
a/ advertising, will be "aiel .t c auction | A H und Int In SWU\. of .. 1
l inseutlv.. weeks1erfdut "n Monday, the tlh dllY of I:. A. Crewe A E" 6 A. ,I -i
r 1nrDtouD August, A. D. 1941 at the hour
'nunty a of tI: o'rloe.-k. noon at the Courthouse "E'" 4 A All SKW of Mold L. W. Wilson A '
; esa Aa 3r54MM1pun11 dour, In the County of Bradford In the E of Hard RoadA
.p. 1" -. City of Starke, State Clf Florid. HWW Jo;v 5 A In NhJ fur toJ
1 Florida, June All tSEU. of SWU W 1t Devil A ax about
/ Stark., of Hard Road Ex that a t ''I 'I' 1141
A
owned by R. ek 1 s
m
o..rl'II. !gee! T R 4 = f.6t .
A. J. Thomas Ow.er A8y portion N of Graded 'a..Un 28 7 11 II no .Sarr."cF. .
1411 PEAL) Road A Ex W 25 25 21 75 Maud Q u
ft Walnwrlght! 10.43
1 1l'r.r ult' Co u r t. Bradford of'f.lE" 25 4 19 10 Franklin Beg at NW ('or of N 4
I.n 4tClrrult 1.18 Lumber> 4 try of NEU of NEU 25 B 21 10 Unknown 19* L.f N1I: A. run M Old "*.

CY Flurlds I FrRcI N'1 of Sec A Basket Co, ty State of NBU B:.. 1 A :lid" E U"01./ N 1110 a .. 1\ '.:. ;
84y
for fs
Church 39 J.
25NEU B 21 W. OasklnsS 133 yd/ W 11114
yds to
Bradford of NE'4 of tlEI4 U' 18 UO Empire Lumber> Co .1.18 of I Mr.. 1/ .J. Byrd ..I!. ;
o u r t. NWU\ 24SKU 21 10 L. C. Carter 213 brit It 1:1 t r I**
? L. Kery.i. 1'1'1 of NE'4 A SW14 of Wy of RW4 of $ a. i
Amy E4
of .. Of
i. FI"rlda.' charte. U Kery dellltf' 1'1'\4' \ A N'fV\4\ of /$: E4 II 1 18 110 Franklin Lumber a. A 10 A NWU off N side SEU of $wte. 'f KW(0\ SO 1 at 80 Unknown 1..1... r I fnji

.e Monday August 4th, Basket Co. 17(0 ttw4 of SE4 'Com at Cum at "Ii: Cur of NWy' -. i.P'of k ks
pt. On detendasq; Charles L. 8c! .f NW" k N4' of NE Cor of said 40 and NFI run W 143yds M

iu reBldenca 5P o r t Wily, '",' l' 18 110 Luther H.rhll 12.n run 8 BOO ft thence N-1u )Octll IC lU ',; "I ,' ) } ,tt

New York P. O. Box 7UJn'lred NE'" of NW", a. FraclNW \. Westerly. to a point )dll S: n. 'da 10 b..C- 8,28NE4
to the bill oblot >. \% Clf. NW", a 1 18 80 T. B. Edward. '.01 leo ft & of NW Cor B A A. Nkte ot NII\.i: \. II 7 11 II Carl 1'mn1aMII."leohantt Jones 10.16 1 i iAEte
of 10 rCl
fliedsforeour a 1'1'' % of 1434' .f NE" JO 1 18 40 J. W. Surrency 301 of 160 said ft thence 40 thence E: lUll N : .f "NE4 NWIot: 3tI 11 1.\I lIa 10 C. B. Canuuo ? .Lit. I ,; i 1 VII'n '

( consecutl"..w.ek. In 84 of N"%" of NE\4\ JO 1 11 10 Mrs. Isabelle Holding 6.90 ft to Beg. Ie I U 10 lIellbroD Mineral Wsterlu 6 I.t.t.in Redo S Noy of Elleha 1.11

saidaBrad-> 8E4 ,of $E44 10 1 18 10 Lloyd Barry a.u ,... I I/ t II I Prescott '.641 n
CODILhcYd I" : 8W% of SW" 11 10 E4 of 10 Mrs. H. C. Edwards ..n l..ota U. at In WO/MII.wn 10 1.1 It). UllkrauWD ? '
rp.r: Florl4a. June 1 18 Lloyd Barry' a.u SW44 of 8W\4'' IT I U Lots 44, .7, U In Wood- 4e L**
hunl). Slarka NW" of NW' 11.7 U III J.. W. Surruc1' 1,1t All $! W33 of NE46 N "f lawn 10 II U SO Unknown 4.11 J en I

,11'L ) A. J. Thomas. NW' of BW4 A W 10 A Road A. I A 1n NE Lte I, I. I. I A. Wy\. of iacbe
: (' SEAL C 0U rt. Bradford of NEI/I of SW4 12 1 U 60 A. A. Edwards 1,04 Cur of $E44 of NW4e IT 1 U U Carl Reddish 1.11 0. It and all 9. 10,
Ctrcul t Stof NWI4 E" a In IS .A 111 MM ,
8-n 4. !.1I NW of A' E t.1 A N4 of 13 A.
I', Tlorhl& of "8E44f44 .. .N1i: Car and All 1'1'' ", of 1 14. U 16 11.1 U, 10J [*t Rrj?
.. SE% of4SWy48A I 2A I'IW'N' .,f Branch IT II 11 11., Ury Reddish I.U 11. 11. 14. 2ti. 144. a1
NW'. of NE" AS4 of In Woodlawn J fe
IIflTr COUNT. BRAnFORD- of BWy1 of 8W\4\ 12 7 18 133 Guy J. Harrell 13.11 NEi( A NE"4 ot NW",? 28 II 21 180 Drew n"ddl..h ,... I of NE'M $Rq A 'V14 11 8 U 1311 1. H. Hill 1',1. fey* "" !

a IATW. rlOKIUA.CHAN Ely. of NE.: of NE\4\ 11 T 18 20 Larkin D. Weeke ..11 NW'I of 8E1j a 1 A In : Lots. 30 31 In WvlJawn 11 II 2:1: 110 ".7for .nv..tm.nt "wmiI'I '
NE44 of NEy4 10 O. W. HII Curnf PE4; of II Drew Reddish 7.45PE't4 Co. 2,11'
V'- U T 18 Barry 11.90 NW428 II 21
KV Soulhwell, da'n't" of 20 of jOE II 6 21 10 Maud Wainwright ".16 : Loll U. 3/. 340 In MlJ
II .. r" NEyy 8E'" 1'1' of River 13 7 11 Empire Lumber Co ..n f'flN.If""H
of A 11- a. 8W\.6\. : WOOdlawn 11 1 U 18 Mra. F. J\. J.que. 10"J
?', the Uh day SEy."o! SEy4 U 5 20 10 M. W, Mann 1.40 of AE44Bw U II 21 U Mrs. C. 10. Norman' 15,31Rtt lot 41 In 'V..dl..n 11 II U 10 Unknown <

A. "41, whueedresidence NE.:. ot.8E A. all SE\.6\. ( of IE" of 8E' ao 6 J1 20 C. H. A John Items I.U P4. of lot u 11 II U N..II, Starling 5.51 'I S k J

n Psut to .DDeare. of NE4 iii of road 1 8 10 U O. B. Moody 2.31 NIst4 of NJ\.4;: of NEi: 31 II 21 10 C. H. Rents I.U Lot U In Wono1la.n 11 II U 10 George W..... 621E4 I
* fJrss& tiled $214 of AE44! a, EYA of MW', of NWI. U II 21 40 Eonry M. Johns a.1I "r NEt4 of 54E4 11 II'U 18 W. 1". Moore 1..., I

bill I This order toubllehed SWy4 of liE I. 1 I 10 10 Mn. B. N. Johns, Jr, 1.111 SW of of .of, 10 H W. Whitehead 1.16 Cal II h. 'Voodhtwn 11 1.2 10 Unknown ,L$3. rl Sl'l I
herein. 334 0 ::1 20 Mrs. A. C. Edwarde I.U Imo *
.t her each week for SE': of NE' oh Cons at Fy. NW NW.,. 1111. 118, 00 In Wood\
once B..ad. HE'. of NE A N U A lawn 11 5 U SO Unknown 4.11 1


said radford Cur, thence W on Sec I Euf NE4 a. NE" of Py. .r I'4W4' of NW II" 6 U 10 Unknown 7,31 aY i
In 110 W. C. Clemone '.80
PEt4 n II 21 NE4. nr IiIWIoI A ii r
Florida line BitS ft hence N 4
.. Florida Starke, NW'4 of NEi. A NE4of at PE4' II 5 12 10 Unknown -. tail R4pw
to 4y See hne no fl, W It Drew Reddish 1360 N",, .t .0 Lawrence O. Weekle,. ,
Thorn.. NW\4\ 3tI 5 at NW', of AW'4 n "u .61
!CIA""EAL) A. J:Bradford of pt of beg, thence E. tIda i All NW", of NE'4 W of NWI4 .f PWI1' of MW\4 n I It 10 Unknown ,1.: i 4 1ienrr
Circuit COli I' t.." .1.11 to .pt of of ere Z S 2t J. Merritt 11.11 Public Road 11:. 8 A N4 "r N"'O: of SN'4 II II U 10 L.. 0. Week I., Trustee a. j e
It NE4 N-W' A All Wi
y l
Lot epIonel4
In NW
'or-tt A A 111 113. U, lIB A.
"IX, Florid 0 80
Unkllown *
of NW4 E of River 11 6 20 1.9 !
ale'
440 .f Cola
ft of Nil:" ot NW413.11 n. 11II a. .I. i
COfHT. KWSHTU All t..t portion road I Iof A .. 11 II U U W. C. 1)41'0 A Bro InclmtnIA3 1.... > < ipfc"j
II: (' YlKClIT OF .....OR. NE"" 1'1'' of Z8 11 I 25 3 J. L. Lavender 1.80 I of E"4 C..? NW440 cf ,I8.1n15,11/,1415, ...,.._s15 -. !

p1t14 FOR BRADFORD" AU Ely of NE\.6\. E of NW"-.n A. a. N 160 n. III III 10( n. |
AW Branch 11 20 III Mr. S. N. John., Jr 1.&' I ft of E... of SW4 of U. u. 84, I It. 48, s fesita

l. CHANCERY AI 8t. of Noy cof NE4y NW'-1. 7 A A. N 160 46. 11. 411. 003, .1 {F
iN ft ''n 1&0 J. W. n.Aar 21,11
of Wo..dlawn.
W of Branch U Fonnle Crewe SEy of NWIo II' U
11 I 20 3.818E4 .
Marker,
r .GC A A N no ft ofI'IW" Lot 18 In Woodlnwn 10 Unknown 612
II II 12
n
W.llff. No. 1880ve of NW!: less road 11 6 ao Fonnla Cr.w. 3,40NEy4 of NEIo W of IhUbroh' Lul. U, XI In Wuod..wn. U 6 31 10 Mary E. Ward ..... r *Mfe,
of IIW\.i\. 11 I 20 10 Carrie T. Dowling .t .1 1.88 pUblic Road- .1i0 A at 1 11 IiO Mineral Water .Lute. U, 41 In WOod.wn. 11 5 83 110 Unknown I.J' "
M.rker.ORPMMM1 Ca 19.31IA
'
Iefendant SEI4, of 8W.% 11 5 20 .0 J. o. Turner et al 4,39NW4 Lot It In Woudl..wn II 6 8a III nhbard n.nnaU 8,001.ut *- t l

SERVICE \. of NW A Ny" of % undivided Internet 61 III Wvudl..n II 6 II' 10 L H. Hill 1.82 fuWi
NOTICE TO APPEAR SW4y or NOW,," 11. 20 10 W. B .LaaubY'' 3.31 In Nf\4 of NE'4 Bx1t Lt 67 In Wv"dl..wn U 5 la 10 Unknown 1,10 ,1 '; M mi
FLORIDA! y A In Nlil Cor k Lot L8 In Woodlawn. 10 M.... Theressa MathIa Mt1jnUw l
U 0
OF n
TATE!! SE\.6\ of NE4: A 11-1 ANE'.E 1Ia: about I "' .
rei-l-
whose Lut tl2 III Wo..I.'n. 10 Mra. IEY.'J. Howe : IOU
Ids B.: Marker Ceor of platted Isnd U 6 2. f i Uu *
ii do F. H Warrlngton: (09il NE's Uf.. U W. B. lisenby: I.U Co.In NW A Ea : : I,' I 11)0. vf ISIII4: uf NEyy 11 6 II IIU M"rrl. Mayer ..a.KW" t MlCorn
6 20 Cor a E
I Street, Philadelphia, Fenn- k" of HN\\4.; nf N14'-1 II 6 U 10 Nellie W. Frank '..a )
Ely of NWI"": A 'W'! of strip 180 It wide 1'1'' A H 'I'r .' IN .' SIq cot lot 3. I A a II lute

.I I'hWeby' ordered that you.1'- SW3.& of NE4. 14 8 20 100 O. E. Crosby 1.911 of 151k R 4 A 7 of d, 'r ..' 'L' Nil, III Wuudl..wn II 5 12 10 Unknown .... 1 risj p
He .
nA I to appear on the 4th day Nix of NWI: of SW\.i\.: 15 8 20 20 Unknown 2.n I lbronNpringa A 1 a c ut Lot I III Wovd. t'' '
All
A. D. 1 41 befor. th. No\. of NIt\.6'of\. 8W 20 Unknown a.42 that portion ofNW'4 lawn II 6 U I J. L. Starling' *.at ivr
,null d court, to the bill of l% 15 8 2t 10 of N&4 E of : ;!\. .;, Lot. 17, II III W".o1l.n II { al 10 rank or Starke I.N I >
-
Brady MI.ell (
',lint flied against you In, the SEyy of SW% 21 4 20 a.u i Road Ex 1y A. In NW ;1 i ,. Lot It In W.dhLwn II 6 .1 10 Unknown 1,13 1r.' .
cause; and "Brad. bEye OE ex 8 A In Cot A Fax platted land LM. 12. U. 8/. .1 In
entitled Telegraph" la hereby SW Cot Lburch 22 8 .1 n George C. Jobne 8.18 In I"E" Cor A. Ex a ; I W..llcawll 11.2 10 Unknown 101? h sNl5r!

std County a* the newspaper in En of ISE", 22 6 f0 110 H. S. Johns 18.24 strip no ft N A. M N Lot It In W..tHllilwn. .. 21 10 U. U. Pearce 1.13 a**

this order. shall be pub. SWyy of tlW". U Ii 20 10 H. 8. Johnr 0.24NW of 16kOI Ft Hellbron fIr!: 3t 5 11 13 Green A Mitchell ..n lot 41. In W..dlawn 11 6 3. 10 Unknown 3.59 eMnni 9 art:
fly a week. for Four con- of N\\ ttl II 1,0 10 H. 8. Johns /..84N4x Ref S of Wtor Lot U In "uudh.wn 11 6 1/1/ 111.1 Unknown 613
of of HW\4 of NII:' > )
Lot. U. 44 In ao U""non LOS
Wu..dl.w
NE\.i\ A Noy of 11 6 112 i
WEffl'mir hand and the seal t-Elot of NENy n 8 20 10 Brady Mirell ..11 a. run 8til: $ ft.: 4 .. Iota 4 U In Woodlawn n 6 a2 110 Unknown 1,00 i tv R kaetir (

it court at Starke, Florida, NW\oe\ of NE\oe\ n II YO 40 Ernpre: Lumber Co. 4.52 n. Ft 10 Right cor I I Lot. D, I.t 7. I, I. 10. II, t 15, rtSiwt
day of June, A. D. 1841. NWIot of 21 k. H. Green, Jr. 3.391 Way Ih..n"'N 311.7 Pt U, IIJ, 24. 118. In Wood '
24th! 20 6 YO:
A. J. Thomas.of S4 of Lot 18: 81. AI.... L. A. Green 6.15'' W 1251 ft to Beg In i Iawn IS 5' U 110 M.yfor Investment Co ....S :
the circuit Court. SW\.i\. of ISW 20 .0 Mrs.4U L. A. Green 11.15 R4 of NEt. 34 6 U 8 Maud WaJnwrllJbt 1.30 : Lot U A. Ely of0 In +
40 12. 20 Corn 75 ft N of Blk I Woodlawn. U Mrs. 111. O. Fur a '"
D. Morgan Jacksonville, SE... 32 40 T. M. Stevens 6.1/0/ 111 II U Harvey I. Lytans
:
'n 6 :10
on E side of pUblic Lots
offNESS 1& _
III a. In
Wood.
Plalntlrf'. Attorney. Bt, a. NE' of " : 14.81' road I If IIbronn I *
n e
..n tt18 SE4 az 120 T. M. Stnen. lawn 111 II II ao D. L. nl..t> '.11' i "
I 20 ,
SW i.! of Sa:..'. sa 6 20 .0 L. R. Green 6.U Springs run N along Lot II III Woodlawn U 6 aa JO Unknown I... ;
E side of said road 65ft Le.t" 'N. 40
41. ca In + 1
II: ("IR"l'IT COURT. EIGHTH AU W of 8W4 of 15 T. M. Steven. 280 thenre E at rljlht WII..dlan 111 I II 10 Unknown' 4.11 t
111(14'IRCti1T OF RI.OHIN NW.\.i\. S of road 83 8 20 angle 168 tt thence Spsrallel 01 .' Hun
SEt'of 10 EII.a Wilson Eat '.113 IwWmdisswnV4, n In
AU) FOR BRADFORD NE'. 33 20 I with said" road U II U 111 Unknown Sail -. ,
'ItY. Et, of SW\o of SW y. 10 Alf re d Thomas 1.10 65 ft thence Wit rlllht t Lola. 66, 61. 66 In Wood 4Jrf///* '
If fHllCKRY and BE" of SW" as. 20 angles. IIID ft to pt of lawn lb II J2 80 H. N. Abraham 30,97 1 ? '" '

n Riven Mason, aNWt4\.o of beg 311 II J1 J''rQutk't. 612 Lots 56. tI1 In Wn"dlawn U I J3 211 U. N. Abraham I I."
WNEW'kyaLnd I
Plaintiff, of ZOO T M Stevens 2.90 NWt4.of RWI4' at II Z1 HO W. E., Norman I.U Lots 1 J. I. I. 11 U 1H /, '
>- NO. 1117Hndly 83 62 Com 81 NW Cur .t Rlk 1R In W..dlawn 11 II 12 .0 :WaF for investment Co LOS 1(14
Mason, N's ot.SW% and $YA of 110 T. 51. Stevens. 18.112 4 of It.llbron Sprints Lot II A N 211 tt of 1.1'1. i' R
,
Defendant !!1 1.i"6\. .. 44' '. io U : 241. 180 ., Lawrence Wlggln. 13,21NE'3 and run N 1l0.w'14t -' ... 217. 18 .W"ndlawn 11 ,4' n "20 41'1111' Moaley' "." 'Lii q tfiKl
ORDER' OF SERVICE ; 1110.'First Bond A Mortgage 410 ft S 130 U. v ;,1 r Lt .I" an, a..I. 1/6/ a7. 1 .' I 4
NOTICE TO APPEAR : U 8 20' Co. 17.91 tt to beg III right U Es 101 116 ftn/ : Y' "O'eIM
STATE OF FLOKIDAI NW' 180 Lawrence Wiggins 11.80of"NE44 angles .0 A parallel W."awn 16 5 It SO W.ldo Pringie 1.1'
Sieve Hradly. Mason 'whoa % ". 2 7 ai'! 10 H. J. O. Green Jr. 1.15 wllh publlr n'sd E" I...... 17. II In Wo..dlnwn 14 1 U 110 Unknown l.liO ,{I 1104i'

n Is Hampton. Virginia. NE.'. I 7 20 10 R. H. tireen Jr, a.80 1 lot In NW 1'.1' or 11.'t.. U, U In Woodlawn 11 I n 20 Unknown .y,01
i hereby ordered that you are INE ,. of NW\.i\. ( J- 1\\ T 10 181 H. H. HaulerMon 37.10 same 115 tt N A M by a .It 1111. 13, .1 In dIw
rf. to sppf-ar on the 4th day I Lot. 8, 8. 10 II 7 20 101 H. Haulerllon 15.15 150 rt R" W 3,3 31 Maud Walawrl.ht 1.73 Wm."I..wn 18 5 It 10 /1 N. Abraham .... a
root A. D. 1141 before the Lol. 11, II 4 7 20 107 C. AI AtklnM..n 18.09 Ed of ,Lo.I" 7, 5. 8 ofIk Led 111 III W..d..n. 14 6 22 10 Unknown 1.1'
entitled court to the bill of L..t. 1. I 7 7 20 31 Mra Lillie Cone 6.16NE a a 0'v' of 1..1"II lot3 In W"odhwn 11 II U 10 Mr. JC O. Harvey 1.11 u
ilnt filed against you In the HE'4 of HE: E'' Road 8 7 20 11 of fllk 4 A 1..1"I. 1mi.. 31, 37', II In Wood.

entitled cause: and "Brad !" of .NE'4t and SW'y. 2, 11, 12 of nlk 1I lawn 11 II II .0 Nay tor In..tm.nt Co t.n (Q
ounty Telegraph" l. hereby of so th..t POI' and all Rlk 8 Fs' Lola lot n In W."I..n 11 //I II 10 unknown Ltl p
It.d) ai the newspaper In lion of PE44" of NW4 I 3 A 10 Hellhron/ Png''". 311 I at Maud Wainwright 3.55 Iola 113. III lit W""dlawn 11 I 32 .0 Unknown 15. r {

this order shall be pub E of public road 123 C. C. Melvin IR 90 Lots Jhl 0' W "j .f tote Lot 65\ In Womll..n. 11 II U 10 MaUlda Nelson a'I'
nce a week for four c"nw about 8 A 8 1 20 Mrs 1.0. A. Green .60 11, 111k Hell.bron Lot 55 a Soy, of 36 In .
>= .eks.NE88 Lot II of Silk 1 Ward City 8 7 20 Mrs. O..na. O..dwln. 1.13 fIIl'lrlnlJ" ae I J1 Maud Walnwrltlht: 31150L9 Wuodla..n n 5 U IS unknown 3.00 N '
my hand and the seal Lot 2 of Aile 2 Ward City 8 7 20 Mn. Osena Godwin 1.11 of NWL1 of RW\4 1 1 31 20 E. B. Thomas 1.11 Lot 60 In Woodlawn n II U 10 Unknown 1,12 4 do
''i court at Htarke.' Florida, Lot II of BIle 3 Ward City 8 7 20 WIot; NWt4 .f "Et A. Lots 4, U In Wn..dlAwn 11 I IS 10 .Ma7for In".hnont ('.., 3.11; : *
ud, July A. D. 1941. Lot. 3, I of But 8 Ward H. B. Crosby 1,13 aft SWi4 of NI1:L.. H of I-.v "f lot at In Wo..d. I
1I'I Ld'BVEl) A. J. Thomas 8 7 20 Road 2 II 11 U Tate Alvares 351 r.n UI/ n I Mr. I'J.' G. Itarey. 1.4' I
of the Circuit Court. LotssY24. U, 28 of Elk C. C. Melvin ..10'' All NE' N ot tloRd 2 8 J1 157 Mrs. Annie n. Alvares 7.11 Lots ft, II In Wo..dlawn 11 II II 10 O. B. JlIIna 3.10: i Ira
J nderon 8 Ward City t 1 20 NE' of $5.1 a E'y. of Lot ZI In Wood. e K-9 I

:frI Attorney 7-4 4t ".211 Lot I of 111k 11 Ward loll'll. Osens Godwin t.13 NW' of tE'f 2 8 U 10 M..I. AI"arn a 198"it lawn II 5 U II Unknown 111
City 8 7 20 fIr NW'4 late u. 10 A. NW, nf 11 i twKV
Lot's' 1. II, 11. 1.3 of Elk Mra. Osena. o..I.ln .AO, ;a NE' of4SW'4. a. 21 .0 W. R. Ftfrl..kl..nd 11.22 In WonlIa"n 11 I U III W. N. Reddish 11.
unr (COI'RT BRADFORD 11. Ward pity 8.7 20' NW' of PW4' 3. II .0 A. A. Hutchinson 313WI' All lots 8/1./ II W or road

YTY. PLOalUA...||l| CHAN. Lots 11, 12 of Block J3 W. H. Clemons 11.11I of NE\4 A E'i of a Lots 17, .ii, U, II

T.Beth Ward City I T 20 I 8 II 110 E. E. Norman ...,. 4n WClCHllawn 11. U 10 3. D.. G..ltln. \ .... I,
NFI6 f
Morris, Plaintiff, v.OrTI" .. Lot" 1. a of Elk 1f E. T. Stewart '.11 NE4 A. W40 .f Lo.t" I I. a, I, 4.1 a. '. t.
Defendant. Ward IlEIcO A NW",, A ''W 4 .b'4r
City S 7 20
Monday, the 4th day of Au- Imts 1 I. a, 414'. 6'ol'Blk H. P. G&Jn.ye 2$9 of I I U 380 J. Wi Townsend 21.83 51, 67 ii ''wh U II 2" Pura. ........ Co. 91.611.nt 144
*. I). 1941, the' defendant 11c Ward Clty" f' 7 :0 E40 or NW' of NP4 R. 7 1ft WooolawnwnI I II I 93 10 Carl Carter I',. sf

heals, whose residence le Lo.. fI, 10 of But 11 3. P. Robnt. '.10 NIASeE4ofSW4of N', of lot 44 In Wood. \
un'l' required to appear to Ward City 1 7 10 NE" 10 6 at aI: Frank Thomas 811W'4 lawn II I IS 1 :WI'. '. H. O. Harvey .... i
.l. complaint> filed against Lot" J, I of Blk Z2 A. L. Green, Jr '.13 0t. RW4!! of NE'' Hi9f i Lou 21. n. 2t In Wond. VI,'
In' This order to b. pub- Ward City 1 7 ao Ii' II A A Ely .r PE44of I lawn 11 5 U 10 W. H. Ro.l.r 1,03 Mi.
sue. each week. for four con- Com .t SW Cor of AEt4 NW" Ex N 5 A'J 10 6 :It 30 William (CAP) Thomas 1.41 1 11'11 of Lot U In Wood- : r 'i t'. Ile"e ]

*.aknewspaperotpublished of HWI4and run E Uti .' BE'4 .f NW4 A. NE41of sawn II I U 9 Unknown 11. iSna
Il 2-1 7b, N 80 YdM to H flW" 12 0 U .0 Josephine Edw..d. 11.111 I Lot 63, 83 In' Won Oredford County: Florida. A. of Lot 64n/ 10 Evallna Mae N 1
boundary of Ward City HEM of NW4 Ni! Woodlawn1 I U JI."J.m..a Itt,
Florid. June Uth 1941. thence. W 18. 2.3 ydsthence NWIIo of NWI( sa. 21 eo J..ft. Lewis 308PW4 Lots IS.0, 210 In : ""1
ClAL SEAL) A. J. Thoroaa R .0 yd" to beg 8 7 ao a 3. r. Roberts U toRW. ot I'IE\' 11. 21 40 Isaac Dell. 3.03 W."awn. IO 5 20 I" F. W. tall 7,11 <
0 u r t. Bradford Wu of AWLANW' 4of Lots U. If In Wnodla..n 20 II U 18 Unknown
3,50
Flo'ida.C ;. of RW% Ex Road 9 7 20 31 Mrs. 14111. Cone I"
'
-J7-4t 7-18 BE' of NE* A NE4 of Nil:'" of $W'44 A. Roy f"Woodlswn, II'. .0 In' ; r
SE" Ex fI 7 20 74 War.y Corp. 1.11 of NE'" of MW\I. 14 1 U 110 George Cone lI.n 10 I U 10 Unknown 1,13 ''
I'R 0' FORE NW\4 of t'F.14 fll Pw' fly I 7 20 If W.ra7 Corp lI.n Et0: .f NWII of NE4 ANE4 Lo.h I' 1111 A. ''JIJ 210 ft .d
APPLICATION of NWI4 of I o'IIW", of NE1 14 J1 ao R. f. Smith '..11NW4 .r Lot iii a all.. lots .
TM NEIW4 AW44 14 6 21 .0 Floyd Crosby" 2.11 514 68 In Woodh..n 10 M. n. Carter
; Wara of NW'4 20 I U 2,31
20 j
HEREBY GIVEN 7 Corp
H[. Mi, holder of Tax Cern ., Ri 14: of PE'HY 130 7 20 140 Lawrence) Wlc..1n. 10.63SW14 AW4 of NWI, 11. 11 .It Lester Crosby 313NR4 lot 1:1: 1ft W..dlawn to I 22 lD Unknown 1.63 A rtrAiggj
Ma 113 : of JII4' .23 / 11 .0 Mr.. Annie Alvar.. 2 18NE' NR4.of NI-\4: II 5 U .0 1[. N. AbrahaM 11'21 "'
and 185 of of Na 4 A NW'4 Spur
July 11 .8 half Alvares '.U HW'4' or NW\4\ of
U 1 V.
17 hu filed said c.rtlflc..t. fit I'W\.6'! \. A. Eu of RW\4 of 5P'4. NP4 i
office and made. Ex1AinS..CorofNE4 I I Iota ". 5. 10 11. 12 nlPllk A W'40 of NW'4 orNW" tI_
application
t mod 11 Crosby tike ..t NI!: : i, CKw
Issue .f 13' 20 U. H. L. Hough 3201 NMA Eof
thereon In SW'4 ,
.Ito of .. III 3. Ethe3. A
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ROy P.
NW'1
f Ahor.s ''n PEI4 Sec 24a Vi **
3.12NEI4
E'lo 20 H. L.
: 30 Hou.h
of NP.4 of SE4 JI 7
4mhrece the followingederty .t '! I In NP:'"4 of Per' U U 4 11 J.m.. n. W..lnwrlcbe 311Ber NE4' or "W\4\ II 5 U Irwin 11.11 I IIIW'4
NEI4 A All AE'4of 10 A. ...
ut of Starling
Cor .r NW'4 2t II J2
AE
U Lawrence Wiggins 30 .t 1,31
situate In Bradounw NE" N of Road 15 7 20 ,
: NIr4 nf : ..
'0 Florida to-wit;: A 10 A .t fiE" of PWti' 111 7 20 10 Unknown 1.11 4 0.t a NW run% N nf III"PW'y degrees See EMFat4"' of t'i:% 4N4W U 5 U 10 J. R. Hhllford 8,10 .

of !lEI4 of NE14 Pee S 8.1 of 8W" of NE'4 AS .. Corn a' NW POI' of HWI.\\. j
P. I 0 R. W 'JJ! tt to R..c ;
S more 22 E., co taming a-I of filE\o of NW" thence N 170 II tn NW of NH4 A run E 11:1: .1 [ ;
or Ex I' W of '
About A
Certificate Nle..ll.2embr.c"d 1",1' af NWI4 of RW4hence J.3 Hd. A1/ it.la W
St, Branch A. NE'4, ofAW4 01 ft R 61414 U 1.S 1t,1. 1'1'' ID Rda I Ito I.
PE'- /
M NE44 of'SW14 S.e. Ex about 8 A W Ax" rft 20 Wewa
Nede beg U II 2. 'J'pt. r.o
]p. i S, R to beg P 1 Ann 10.
., more U 21! containing of Branch A NW\4 of / a Ex ..1 A In Nfl: NW'. of NW'" A. W4 of ;.. C bS
C'"lca:: J leas is embraced SEt. Ex 2 A for 'emet.ry 810.... 11.11 nor : I 7 21 0 Mary C. FIII.rd I." NI4:: or NWI"' U 5 U 81T H. n, Ab.aham U.sl
180 H. E.
160. 18 7 20 .
Pamneon ri/w P.'J: "t NRM flf NW% ,
&t..m.nt 40 In
the'" of said property 1AinNWCorofNW4 III".. : 4/1/ __ E. I A Cemetery. U II It U r.. I. A .1. Din gfeld.r 'tePP4 "
th4 said. certificate No. 111.3 of NW" lying JlO yde I .. 12114 o oNW'Pk, of of PEV.. : .t HW\4 22 II 23 10 n. W. Pt.rling 0.10. 1' .
*
name
-'nt' of Philip McConn. N A S by as 7d. Ba Lithe Cone" 1 .4R44 SW4" 4 7 :It ,2 Mary C. Pillard 1.11 wv of NE'/4' of HW\4\ U I U 10 Mabel. Waln"rl..1tt I'U i iFII. .f.x.flL
ot Maid property' W JtI 7 2/1 1 Mrs "t ot W4 otII JjJ
the feW Co. NWt.( W4
rid LI11// Cone 1016P1 2 In .
80 Mr.
certificate No. 1.5 : NE' 17 7 2/1 / of AWN ARW44 \ Elf i n 8 12 U.1. r W7r.k, 911
thRidme, "tlf Atrn.. Wil !II'Ioft' of W{, of NE1,4, 17 7 20 30 Mn. IAllle Cone 7,21 NWI4 of NW" of IIW'4 I 7 21 11 T. If Hill 2.18 N14 4'f NW\4\ "t NEI4 U II U 20 M. F. Brown ,...

... .ecordrtlflc.t. 1 eIl I W tIII'11.1 ft ot W% of ''TM'' 1. P of Hilt lit llamp.n. All Rlk a Hx: fs,1 3 Town &
law, tax NR14 A E 1282.7 ftof .. I T at J A. J. McKlhae 11 of I.t" W nf Hy U 1 U R. A. Grlftls. 17.7$
I..ue .. I..' r-Ity
45y then-nn 0nDof the Eli M NW4 17 7 20 I" C A Crosby NWI of IICJ!:'''' N ofIII far J of. Rlk' I Town ot ?
July A. b. 10 11.I. Com 041 tt W of NE I All A \II "t I1PAFAv Law4.y W of ny. U II U J. D. Randall 41.71
I I. 25tb, day of June A. 'nr of fII.e J' A nun W e PAL A Rr E of platted W 711 tt of lot 1 nt elk
:IAI, :U72 4 ft ff 1320 It E j III I fanAe I 7 21 I Unknown 123 4 Town of 1.awtey W .
.r PEAL) A. J. Thomas 1120 ft to n/ NW'4 "f or fly U I U Unknown,4$ .
"Iorld&ClrrUlt C ourt. Bradfor" 42372f ArN 11 7 20 71 O. W. Barry 0.. 4.68sit .41 All' ,W'of W'4 lie of ply' II 7 II 2 R. R Jones t,1I'su fo" e I, 3. 7. I of IIlk 6 f y A 7t
'.27 NE4, 20 7 20 .0 Empire Lumber of W of
It 1-11 iR..fo: of 'If u. of "' 1':1ot: Town l..wtoY' 4"
t NW14 A NE14 of I "r 1114 0fPR1. Jt" U 6 U C. i4 Whitehead I II riKt"1
PwtA A JIII4 .
f'TRC 1'1'1' 1 w... A :' All Uk T .. I..... .. 6. .
COURT. EIGHTH f'1Iw':. fN..1! Lumber Co. 27.40 n1 CR14: E. J .A Jl,
tttT16
110 Empire
7 U .
nRr op River Ex '" 0 1- eta r... A N4 of II A N'4 of lot J Town Tor / Arm
"U FOR BRADFORD FLORIN AWL of NE4: A REV I IIW" of 11I\4' I T' U U R.II.. Jones lit liwt.v W nf R" U I U Mamle Loll Edwards 7,32

ot NW1,4, A NE" ofAWY OEM I T 21 10 T. H. Hill I.U tot 3 of rlllr 2. Town "
X.il CJ'ANCERYPlahltlrl1mell ..It NW'4 of RE4A : PFiI4 fIr 1\11P.14 of E. of Lawt.v W Df RY U I II O. J. "tlllllp" '.11 fctlFft

1'IE'4' of NW'4 AF IN'tt"f. PE4 of flE'4 I 7 21 5 Unknown 1.13 rAt L.awt.1N .2 T..n ,." I.
t2 A of NWy of n.n of W of Sty U I U O. 3. Phillip. .S..l3'rat
: No. NW\4 .22 7 .0 111 Unkno..n 3 A off SW nor of NE4oI 4 .t fllir 25 Town ..Iof
'k.Orlm UU"Rnri"da"t. fIIE'4 ot !' T i/l.o/ i. P. Fowl.r 2.01 I OlE' W of Road ApwN 1.swt.y W ot fly 23 6 21 Oeo, P. Tonne $33 ,
Jl'u 0' 'fW'4.. .W". a. 7 ao JO C' F. Lltchflald 2.10. "f NE\4 A. 1'1C1 fat 2 of lIalt Rllr 2 ; FM

\ IERVIC'EATp Com 20 hn", W of Pal % E. 7 A 1490 Town of Lawt"7 W of 1'RI "
'r"",,( O'O"PPRAR"k Cnr of 8.r 25 a run W e :r'E: 10 7 2t 7R. J. Prescott Fist U I U C. n Whitehead. iH J'

; 40 ehns N 20 ehns. E stde of 142114 L<>I. 1. S. I or limit ,
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7of NEI4R 7 T. N. K..ndrlck 2." "lie 2 Town of ; k
sd Grimes, .whose .0 ehn. 8 ::10 ehna to D7Co 10 TIt: Lawtey # pvr
reel.x00550
.aa 1. cro 2S 7 ZO It Unknown 11 7 :21 40 H. J. Prescott Eat 601 W of It" U I It C. R. Whitehead .71
IIW'4
Peerless NW\4\ .f 1
n Nfl Com 711 ft N from AI'' Cnrof 1
10 rhne W of t 5..f
Iew 7orkJamalCa, L 0 n g fIIWI4 "t ANWN : .
rnt" of s... 2* .a run R All NEd lintel for A rime
I Iweby ordered .11 r"II" 1117' 20 ehns N .f ARM RI'' .0 Mr.. E. J. King I.07 W 111 If N 711 ft F. 111 Pfr
I. that yow are ot 1IP.\4: 14 TIt: 'If .
ep9. a IIW% point
ar nn the 4th.. day 00 chn. F 10 elms tohg N : "f IIW'4 E. 'A I of ;:.; ITo'n : .: .....,:SIIt .
.f NE\4
'-t ark d roil 1911& before the III 1'x Also E 1 A rnm" 60eane In RW4 Cot 14 T 11 II Mr. E. J. King' 169 I tar. W .f iq U 5 U Maud Walnwtight ., i 'L'. '; .

...." a.ainel the bill of111r cne W "f" NE Cnr ofP.'t 1'1140' of 191'4: of AEV4 17 7 :31 20 William Thomas 1." 'Corn II fr H from 141': I'!, + frtW''

..: r......... ndt "In Bra the. ; J5 and run 8 110 ft I.. HE Cor 610 ':NS (.""or fIr lintel lot A. j'ijoo'f.un :, !. $
.. elegraph" of ft W 100 tt 9 104 It ', ,
Ihne'R h..llI"
4 tor "t or 5.s' NI'4 203NE .,
1. a :
!\I ender b.r.tIy I.1e .W 'H tt N .. h. 4./1 ft II"" A W 10 1:1t: 6 Unknown R 100 ft N 181 ft tn ', .. 1.
.
:.. bwespublished 1214 ft .to beg H. H. Ford ZO... : NEIy E. 4 A William Thomas 3.10Wtt Pt of her Town of Mrll. ..W', A' T.rod. ,7' 4rI
.It tor I consecutive A1efAE 25 7 to 141 .i' Nf r -r 2. 1:1t: II La wtey W of RY U I II r II.... .
I Jot 8ft N A. AI byl5' ,
A
"" WK of NEtS A NU ofW4 2200 Empire Lumber Co. 19 alNWbI'of I ? :>1 W4,0 N'NE4,4 U 7 21 18 Unknown .11 ) ,. P1: A W W skis
kidataFtarYe' the. a..1 .. a. N p.t4 tit II'E'' 27 7 i A of -g21y. m of R" I' 7 21 20 R.t.\! Surrency' 310A 0' Rtata. Ht bounded, r,
,<)..ld. ; NE'J- : of .11 Mra .7. A Resler 111 All RE1 N h. Nolan' lot A P I
Jg D. tt ICx 1 A
s1MPrA61 18" NEw 1 II Z1 20 W. JL Meepa t.al 'i n NHAr'0r 20' 1 21 It R. W. lJon.nr" 111E ... Thed.lot Townof '
"; A.u.lt.!I'lao..... JIll"RWf'M ot'fW! 1 S of NW% Lawl." W oRr' 0" II e9 n."... R Young ....t i'
R..can rrolt .. A 1-. of W54 of NE'.4 Bernard B. Resler I 4 tiof ')+4 aRW4 10 P. T, Aberaatb" 325NE4 Continued 00 tent.
11 par/
T (
Clark It n .W 44 It .toI
5 of
PIa": Alde. 3a"k. NE" I W. .. .. A NE% II I. G. Young 1..II .
PJailttlft .1 10" '' BWiy Ex Road 34 7 :It <:
Attorney ..II .f
11'01. of NPU<< '" NEy4 II 0 1 10 E. W.. RoderReel. { 0
'.17 4t 7-H NW% of NW\4 j-rllar1IJ

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11 1 1 1941

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1!Rte! TWEE.' VIC- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY
"t1J.\
Itfie.Its I

n All As Clear As Mud Bob Jones Wheat Grows Here per MIMEOGRAPH ream-BRADFORD PAPER COUNTY-$1 erty under The under assessment said Certificate said S4-lt4ths of the No.said of SSI.prop.certificate fold redeemed: .to sties tb.described according" Ih..r.I to Ia" '

Florida la a cosmopolitan state. TELEGRAPH.!: No. ST1 was In the name Courthouse dool'(( qtth.der. !tIt
Human beings front, every nook of Wm. 13. Tarbrouch; The assessment day In the Month
MML9
By Russell Kay and corner of the earth are transplanted IN THH\ CIRCUIT ..
Comments Here flHtt'IT OP .OR11 In of Unknown !
was the name : The '
here and continue to
,, When I; was a kid we used to have a smart crack that went grow Il.". .' ANU FOR HHAUFORD assessment of the said property Hated this 211<1.. day:'
4G r- ""I1' like this: If it takes fifty thousand yards of calico to sand Hereafter and prosper. Floridians are grad c.'OL'NTr.HI under said certificates No. :378 tk or Jul,*
p '
(
CHANCERY!
OFFICIAL
ually beginning to learn that. Justas 383 were In the name of A. O. SOAK)
how long will it take a Deans, A.t
Muriel
for a baby elephant Jenkins. 7
take Clerk
1 l a night-shirt In the Lord's prayer we read Florida climate will permit Plaintiff Circuit C o u *.*
18'x, wsssjolto with a wooden leg to kick a hole six Inches deep in a No. 1315 Unless aald certificates shall be County. Florida Bru,
't'tti' thla statement "Thy will be people from all climes to thrive vs- T..
i c.eI.lceT, According to the wisdom of that particular day the 'gill Jesse Kenneth t>rans. It t
here, so Florida soil permit
< DefendantORDER
I smart was: No matter how dark and stormy the night may be.P1can lone. No maJcan sincerely pray I many varied crops to grow which, OK SERVICENOTICE BRADFORD INN
And little of the Lord's who TO APPEAH
break a of glass with a hatchet the rest prayer
'y : : alwaya pane It properly cultivated would THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 1-4 Mile North of Town On
i .raB.y would laugh and laugh because she knew all the time that cannot pray with his heart, "Thy i iI greatly enrich the coffers of her To Jean Kenneth Dean. whose Road 13

didh't wear nllJht- /hlrts. I will be done." citizens address Ie unknown. DRIVE IN
ettsriunU It I I. hereby ordered that you are
So many people say. "Well. Ican't Just a few days ago Mrs. Chas. required to appear on the 4th day Plenty of Parking Space
It's but If you ask me It aan'tU 'God's will be done.." of August A. D. UU before the
Bcsrwyr Of course screwy :: say Ward brought into the office of above entitled court to the bill of American Owned and Operated
q ; at ... wane than the mess In Europe' and It makes Jus about Such people are not surrendered the Bradford County Telegraph a complaint filed against :you' In the

+h,' eta assail. _..e. '1'h..yn rhoimln up sides over there for years to God. Until the will of God becomes half-dozen stalks of wheat five. above ford County entitled Teles-raph"cause; and Is "Brad hereby

5 MB rear r and still nobody know. whose side who l. on or If he IK the supreme thing for our feet high and with well-formed designated .. the newspaper In W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
lives, we are not surrendered men heads which here which. thU order hall be published
right
i + her long he'll be there. was grown I once a. week for four consecutive F. H. A.
and women.I In Starke at the home of Mrs. ....k.. r LOANS

Vmr the headline tell us that Mr. Hitler has "declared warem sometimes wonder what most Ward's father John Uglow. Some I of WITNESS this court' my at hand Starke.and the Florida seal, .We want the listing on your property

f41""' I could understand his Invadln Russia and helpln' hlm- of us would do If the Lord Jesus of the wheat got mixed with this Snd, day of July A. I>. 1)41.OFFICIAT We have some wonderful properties
11 Russia. Into chicken feed and scatteredin ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas for sale
takla' time out to Christ should walk our'pres was
uOt to thl* and that, but I can't Imagine him II Clerk of the Circuit Court. See us about your Real Estate
;) don't make any sense. I'll admit ence and say "This la what I the garden last winter, Mr.\ T. Frank Landrum Needs

',,pa' dF t! dually "declare around I war klckln'It Juat people In the shins and crack In' 'em want you to do." If It were something Ward ..Id. and there was quite Plaintiff'. Attorney T.. 4t T-2S 119 E. CALL STREET. PHONE

l ftaTa.bean gotn' knows It was Just In fun. Then UttleAAefpta that we did not want to doI a little more growing where that -/

ML tte CM1k. but everybody and the best ofml.Vo wonder If we would argue with came from. .
folk
k h and Little Joe are the same kind of I ''would I" tMK CIHCriT C-Ol'IIT KH3HTIIJIIMtltL. '
Him and "Well
ay. For Sales
Ford
when they both live on the same IHtl'IT OF KI.OH- and Service'See Your
why would they be flghtln' rather do so and so." Most of us New Worm RemedySeveral II,". IM AND POH BRADFORD I. \

}''a "C Aide of the railroad track? argue with God. Most of us livestock have <'01 MTV.I" CH'f'F.RrPaul !' Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Loeat
men

I may be nuts, but It look.-. to me Hie! a nice little trick to know know what God's He will wants Most'.of us to do us recently purchased a trial supply I Scarborough Plaintiff. One Block South of S. A. L. Depot

Hrart John BuU'H attention and get him to lower his guard so but most of us want to do whatwe of the new drug phenothlazine I Beanie-vs-Manes. Scarborough' N.. 1I1S
nxtd lookln' the other way. for worms In cows and hoga according -
soak him on the button when he's want to do Instead of doing Defendant
can
+
ttMy
,' S OltDER OF SERVICE Andrews
L.
to T. Dyer county
what He wants ua to do, We are, NOTICE TO APPEAR Motor Co
!t' But anyhow the turn of events certainly add up to one grand therefore rebels.It agent, who placed the order .THE STATE OF. FLORIDA: ,
s the Communists have been doln' Penothlazlne, Mr. Dyer says, Is I To Bessie Maness Scarborough,
Otatats mess For months now might be a good idea for whose address Is I S Points Charlotte
'}' .etyting In their power to keep this country from glvln' aid to some of us to get down on out highly recommended by the experiment North Carolina.It Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
'em a nice stations the be. '; ;'a rA; .raata and now Mr. Hitler returns the favor by glvln' knees all alone In some secret as required to appear on the 4th day Phone 118
.'f sock in the pum. "You can't 4o that to me," Stalin screams, place and begin the Lord's prayer chemical for worming cows hogs of August A. D. 1941 before the STARKE, FLORID.
MRhr pouitry above entitled .court to the bill of
and been
that has
to sleep. yet
Finland
and tries to slap something like this "Our
old to get even he tums around : Father complaint filed against :you' In theabove
Who art In heaven, hallowed be found. It la harmless (unless entitled. cause: and "Brad

t''. Mr Churchill IN punch drunk and howls "Hit him, Joe old Thy name" Then stop a moment given In large doses) and may be designated ford County aa Telegraph"the newspaper I.' hereby In t

I +, him the old one-two." ButN'a and Bee If we can say "Thy will given as a drench, capsule, or In which this order shall be published l .
''et him and give!
....... pal I'll hold you feed with excellent results And once a week for four consecutive
been smear In be done. If that sin
'i MaUuoka have we can say weeks.WITNESS .
and Mr.
q, r, .... ...', alls Mr. Molotov Ihelr love and esteem in cerely honestly and unequivocally the cost la reasonable In comparison my hand and the seal fNRFTY
Vz flash ether with llpsrtlck and profesaln' with other worm medi of this court at Starke, Florida.
x' and now Japan don't know whose "sweet- we can pray the rest of the thin tnd day of July A. D. 1941.OFFICIA1. .
Fref.d phraM Lord's prayer with the spirit and cines. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
r r 4r4! ....t- she Is, If anybody's with the understanding. Most all animals are subject to John clerk J.of Henderson the Circuit. Court.

Cp, worms Dyer says and many are Plaintiffs Attorney T.. 4t 7-25
water"poi Remember God has
will
a
and
high
"hell
Tarkey by the same token finds herself lost every year that could be I
while her about the minutest detail of human Do Your
the other
tag oar i side and "the devil and damnation" "on life. He has a will aboutwhat saved by the proper use of a good Trading
'
", -&anelles loom t up aa a gigantic "eight ball. safe worm remedy! 1SOTK-K OF APPLICATION
we wear what we eat. FOR TAX IEEn where 6 pieces Rogers
Those who are interested In Silverware
where we go, whom we marry Senate Mill N.. IllS)
{; Democratic China, with the aid of Communist arms and what we do with our and this new medicine should see Mr. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. given away with every $10 in
remains beautiful Japanese "headache" andcan't money Dyer for further Information. that Clara Mae Knight, holder of TaxCertificates or certificates.
as a .
,f Itlon. about every little minor detail. numbered respectively, Are Redeemed
,' lltppua figure out whether to take the Burma Road Sigsi.pee All the Uttle problems of life 4-194th of No. 271 Issued the 3rd.,

or a dose of Aspirin. settle themselves ,when we settle Low Bidders On RoadsThe ITt day Issued of August the 3rd.1931* day: SoUth of August ofNo. YuaCC h If SMITH'S GARAGE

.1 the big problem and that Is "Thy 11131: No.. 378 Issued the 2nd day 00
L. B. McLeod Construction nf Sept., 1938. and No 383 limned STARKE FLORIDA
D Duce struggles In his Nazi straight-Jacket and snarles nastycndIs I will be done in my life. Oh God. Company of Orlando and the H. the 2nd day of Sept 1935, has filed j

,' : i at Mr. Stalin flgurln' he's safe since Joe la'a long way off I E. Wolfe Construction Company name In my office and has :made I
application for tax deed to be Issued
his throne
while In Ethiopia Halle Selassie sits on Coca-Cola
at De moment WarehouseThe of St. Augustine were reported aa thereon.
9' 'i % ...1 roars like an M-G-M lion as he watches the buzzards feast on I low bidders on 160 miles of road Said certificates respectively embrace

,; W Ibr remains of what Vlrglnio Gayda told us was to be another Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Inside Camp Blanding at a bid of the In the following County described of Bradford.properties ENJOY AN EVENING'SENTERTAINMENT

unoccupied France the Vichy government Co., Is growing by leaps and State of Florida, to-wit: All 8V4 of
i&& e .....n Empire. In alleged 923000. The bids are to be sentto
IW'i' H of Ry., 34 Acres, Section
while FREEtaacamen bounds-If outward
{ salute
signs
+ otr ;r ttbkltr Its run-down heels and gives the Nazi are any Washington. Both companies 10 Twp. 6 8.' R. 22 K. containing
,';, occupy Damascus. Indication. In addition to the recently completed 125 miles of 34 acres, more or less is( embracedunder
plant and offices 34-194tha of Certificate No.
occupying the road at Standing costing approximately 112.
In tM. country the Communists are runnln around la entire brick structure on the cor. $1.000,000 and had offices SBVi of NWM\ & WI,{, of 8W% of Bathing Boating
Here Bowling Billiard.
J .
ner of Thompson and Madison WV Sec. 11 Twp. 8 S. R, 22 E.. ,
........ and p J1In' their hair out by the route trying to figure In Starke during this time. containing (0 acres, more or less,
back to work. Uncle street,, the company la now erect- I. embraced under f-lStha of Certificate
.* whether to keep on .a.rlkln' or go
fi ,San a takes atnetlMr look, at Harry Bridges and wonders If he Ing a warehouse on the railroad Star Store Moves' Lot. 4 No.Blk 274 27 Livingston Truby And'I Many Other Sport
Just back of the office of .
"burn him Dr. W. fc Co's Bub-Dlv. of NE% of NEV4Net'
Itlrsali I "not crow him before he comes to him" or E. Mlddleton. and adjoining the M. M. Rayblnl of the 28 Twp s 8. R. 22 E.. la embraced
......" Karl Browdor swings by his tall In the Jail. house and proprietor under Certificate No. 271.
present Coca-Cola plant on the Star Store Is pleased with his Rlk 44. Livingston Truby & Co's
"
yin "Who. Looney Now' and Messrs. Wheeler and Lindbergh North. lub-Dlv. of NKVi of NEK of Sec.
1ra tt' _.. U stop and count their change while they try to make up new location.Mr. n Twp. 5. s. R. 22 E.. I* embraced I< BAR-B-Q TRAILER PARK
la Y According to W. L. Sllcox who
+ heir so-called mlnda. who they're gonna be for. has charge of the construction, Raybln opened his businessIn CHICKEN DINNERS

R vJYt the old location South SHRIMP DINNERS COTTAGESGOOD
the warehouse which will house on Walnut AUTO PARTSUSED

If it'. gonna be a free-for-all swell-but my advice Is "don't bottle., signs vending machines, street three years and a half I FISH DINNERS FISHING

gap too heavy a bet on Joe." We'd better stay' In John Bull's corner etc., will consist of two large. ago, and when the Blanding boom TIRES. REBUILT I COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAP

r ardl clva him all the help we can between rounds. Joe and Adolph rooms 34x45 feet-o n e down-I caused rents to soar, he faced the I GENERATORS, AUTO

wisp snake a play at mussln each other up but It's gonna take a stair and the other up-stalrs. The I problem squarely, and solved it. GLASS CASH FOR

14' ', da handful of American fist and mettle. Adolph may be able building will cost between $1,000 by erecting hli own building on CARS AND TRUCKS IN

u dish It up, but If we keep goln' like we are now we'll find out and $1,200. West Call street. The J. A. t ANY CONDITION.

M a few months whether he can "take It" or not-and my guess Itt Brooks Food Store haa the west Used Autos $25'up KINGSLEY BEACH

space while the Star Store oc
2f4ltTrfsb It 'Was Nailed Down 'cupies the
East space.. :
A thief stole The new building la of concrete' HASKINSAUTO LAKE
a new Royal typewriter FRONT AMUSEMENT PA!
? FROM OTHER PENS out of Congressman Lex blocks and Is modernly equippedwith PARTS

? 1 Green's office on Court street a fluorescent lights awnings North of Town on Road 13 ON ROAD 48 NEAR CAMP BLANDING
ti
TWO-WAY TOLERANCE: should overlook a factor above few days ago. Lex went to con and the like. I

WHCESSARV: and beyond cold flguies:-the human tractor, R. H. Ma the, who constructed

A leaflet recently published by element. the building and told

KM National Conference of Cbrla Once upon i a time, a slim curly. him he couldn't lock his office

tiara and Jews says: headed young mall pilot In a door and asked that he make It

".4., "We of the United States are: single-motored plane It looks so he could lock It. Mr. Mathe

thM-ihlrd of a million Indian like a crate compared to the sleek, promised to repair the lockanddid.

One-third of a million OrlenkaX models of today-defied statistics .. But between the time that

Filipino and Mexican More experienced pilots In better Congressman Green told him and

-TM.000.000 Anglo-Saxon; 10. and bigger planes had tried a'': the time that he fixed It. some

'oa,000 Irish1000,000 certain feat of aviation and had one' had already come Into the

i Teutonic; 9.000.00 disappeared completely. On the I office and "slid" his typewriter,
Slavic b'1ll.I* of cold figures this young I screwed to part of the desk out

chap didn't have more than, say, : of the desk and made away withIt.
-3, 00,000 Italian 4.000 ScanX
; -
," 'Y\an one chance In 50 of flying from The tbJef left no clue though

New York to Paris non-stop; not Congressman Green heard that
X.000 French 13.000,000
; one chance In 20 of ever being someone had pawned a typewriter,
.
a Metro seen again after he dipped his which might after all, be a clue.
"LOOO.OOO each Finns Llthuan-
,
I
wings 0 v erSt. John's, New The Congressman was around the

tan. Greek. Brunswick one Friday night In .: Courthouse Monday\ "borrowing"
la
addition the
according to
the spring of 1927 and headed a machine until he could purchaseone.
same authority we are: .
toward Ireland.
-1.000,000, A n c licanEplncopail.000.000 .
setae The figures were all against

."... Evangelical Protes Charles Lindbergh t ha t long The Polar Bear .

blot lonely Friday night, but he got
'dy 1000.000 Creek Catholic to Paris Saturday. It wasn't the Clarence Zinghetm has Just
opened an Ice cream plantIn I
X300.000 Jew"Twothirds plane because, as was mild above, i
better planes had failed. It wasn't the new Rabeck building on
of million
a Mor-
the corner of Madison and South
.un the Instruments because he hao..
Walnut streets In the for
space
One-tenth precious few. It was the human
of a million Quaker
'
merly occupied by the shooting
element a fellow with
:22.000,000 Roman Catholic young gallery.Mr. .

One and one-half million ChrUCfasR courage knowledge, a rare Instinct Zing-helm will also operate
: Scientists." for flight and the will to
I several vending machines which
These figures give us some Idea do that made the difference. will handle soft drinks candy and 1 V 1
fine racial and Yea Col. Lindbergh of \
religious mixture all people cigarettes. In addition he will
that makes up the people ofthe ought to be able to under have a panoram machine for

United States It stresses the stand that cold figures aren't showing moving pictures. Mr.

aportance of racial and religiousTolerance. enough to tell the whole stpry. Zlnghelm Is from Minnesota; has

This is an obligation On paper the Germans ought to been In Starke for ten weeks and

**lch rents upon all Americans, win. But on paper, the Italians spent awhile in business In Lake

cKardleaa of the group to whichthey ought to have crushed Greece In land during the Florida real estate r

belong. It must be practiced a couple of weeks boom. He may call his place The 1 -I

f, .r minorities as well as majorl- In this war, the British and Polar Bear.Laying .
Lies. which U a fact often over- the Greeks have equipment plus jJ- -

baokedlExchange.3QWBERGH i courage plus that Indefinable New FloorThe _

_
something called for lack of a _
WITH illS DE.W&TIST better term the will Marion\. Construction
to win. The Co., Th. k.ynot. of I.
today worlr. And
FUirilKS: FORGETS: Germans have greater equipment which I I. paving eight city blocks where you find work, you A

A LITTLE EVENT: : OF 1921 and-give the devil his due- in Starke. took the time to find a w.lcom. for It.-cold Coca-Cola. In of c.s, factories and

O>L Lindbergh haa proven to courage, but it U the of lay a new concrete floor In the .
11M own satisfaction that Ger. automatons courage workshops rh. paws that ..,..*.... with Ice-cold Coca-Cola
Register
The Italians havel1'tvery Karate, at Walnut and
ssjaaqr can't be beaten. He proves much Madison atreets. Is a UttU mlnut. that's long
for
equipment left and the According to onowah a big ra.t. contributing
-- ctentlst that he has become lees said about the authorities the of
other quail. I paving Starke's to more work and honor work.
tilt
4' recent years-with statistics. ties the better. streets will be finished within

seat.( a very Impressive looking Col. Lindbergh got to Paris, two weeks.
L: .laajMnctton: of figures he
t produce despite the figures BOTTUD UNDeR
d that mid heouldn't. AUTHOKITY Ot hI
CDCA-COtA
r
i t It to COMPANY BY
curious that Col. Lind.IMtcII. -
( And. colonel. on Always Be An "
e very England. -Cads-
_' .> oL aU people In the world much the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING .
. same butt "There Will den Couaty Times. CO. You .tasteJUL Its Quality

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r:: 1"1 JV 111941. l9:1p:

BaMFORD
_______________________________-__________oomorry_____TELEOI\\PR.____________ FLORIDA PAO ELEVEN

concern 1 TIlE CIHCUIT COURT. EIGhTH 1 1T 'fl'i'' '
It lIfaY J'l It E.. containing 40 Acres, more '
>iri\L
orn CIHCIIT OF FLOi ; 'Tm .Tes-
that or less.The tee
1'101' I c a Iy \n 10 A. r tN \ AhD FOR BHADKO eetorl.tI.. .ee T R A Owwe'e tit A Ow.ee. ... I"I
: to P? ..oun ) i assessment of the aald property tit Cee6. De'srrit1ea 1
: or a. under the said Lot 7 of Rlk 30 '
1 certificate issued LIvingston '1
I. IN' <
,..t can CHtMCKRV was In the name .f.. "'nknon. '1'rub A Co' N 420 It of NWr of ,'" I
\ a
.
h I .
of T. Ii ,
r a. ..,.eSebrln... Jtidile Plaintiff Swenaon. Unless' said certificate shall be 'AddlUon to Town of SW, U S 12 11 nr. liE, B. H.rloOg I. ,,'. k
iI. Elradfo'd W 1111I ft of N 11)110 ,
or redeemed according ( law the Stark. ft .:
Co Ur rrt licenMe. to -vs. No. 1310 property described o be II 5 U C. B. Johne ..Ot tlf NWnf\ NW... as. II 15 El.m LOPwlll 5.318W34 ., ,,1 i ,
,da.h.' if control V. Sw.neon, sold to the highest thI'dJrw.ltll the Lots I. 3. II, U. It of 01 //11\\1<. 3$ S II to Berti. )dcWaitx 'P 3.47 :.
; "become a Defendant courthouse door on the first Mon Truby"HIlt 31 L I vi n c8ton. S9D,, of NE(4 U S II to steve Cowatelro 1.1t.. ., i -
er"', ..aerY .pect. This ORDER OF SERVICE day In the month of August 11141. Co'. Ad.Utlon j SE 01 tlW(, II 6 U 40 Unkno..n .s... 'I
In NOTICE TO APPEAR which to Town of 1tark.< IS S 22 l'nknown NW.ofNWtlExWlG ,
.r 'I. the *th day of August ..,3 lI
STATE Ofo' > Lot I a L4* of Lot :2of I
fiMl, Leila Sapp FLORIDA: A A 'Wh of N1. of
,,
it 1.. Jo. Thelma V. Swenson.. whose Dated this 18th. day of June Elk 3 Davis A NW04 a. S n 10 Unknown .... .': 4 C
.. Is unknown. ig< Truby'. Add. IS 8 as Qul.gley' A Davis '.69 NW'4 of 8W .e S as 40' UnknoWn. 8.90 .N 'it'I
.I-T ('OI'IIT. It Is hereby Lct 2 oil: NIl of Lot S 01 0114I.: $95 .
ordered that you are (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas :'. 01 SW I 1 II 40 Unknown iii
I
'lilt: UL"i i r OK to appear on the 4th day Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Elk a Davis It Truby' NE'" of NW I. 3 7 II 40 Unknown 1,1) i ax

IC, Al'II FUR .' August A. t). U41 before the County Florida. -20 4t 7.11 Add as S 23 lot. F. Brown .7,94 IIWIe. of NW, S I II 40 .I, W. liIeC.U 3.90 ,'
entitled court Lo 4 of Blk 3 Davie .t: NEI, of of SW 1.111 ,I
to the bill\ of <. Nh4 3 7 iii 10 Unknawn x
vT1I.q CII.\iCER! I' filed against you In the Truby's Add U 8 IS H. A. Lawson n.u w1P of NEt.: .. Qf tHY' 8' U 10 C.! W. Col.on '.11 i,
Davl., .entitled cause; and t h. In Circuit Court. Bradford County Lot 1 of Bik C In N. J. N"01 NEt. .. 4 1 II 10 Mr.. A. A. Wlllam.etn a.u '
,rude Plaintiff. County TeleKraph" I. ,I FI"rldB.-ln Chancery. ,Andrew C, I Jones Addition IS' II tnknown LOS E'ii;: of Nl4Iof NE':4 A i I
No. L314'Everett designated as the news ,McCaffrey, Plaintiff vs.' Alice Mc Ea,. 01 Lot t of Blk I MWI4 01 tlE'! '" 01 Nf.: '. 4 1 II 10 Unknown ..T$ .

.\ Davis. .. In which this order shall. be I Caffrey, Defendant On Monday .empies Addition to I : lih NW Cur 01 Llh.0. -
perendant. .. once a week fur four the 4th. day of August A. D. Starke IS 8 IS H. A. Lawson. '.93 '., 4 II 2 Unknown i"tN1I
ORDER 010' SERVICE .."utlve weeks. ; 1941 the. defendant. Alice McCaf Lots I. 1 of BIk 2 : nf $1414' 4 II 40 George WillIams 151 ,
TO APPEAR WITNESS: my hand and the seal frey whose residence Is Denvllle, Temples Addition to. W..... of Hit:" of 5514 t A : f
'
ViE FLORIDA: this' court at Stfke.. Florida this 'New Jersey Is required to appear 8tark. IS S U Dan Bore. 12.33 n.:t. 01 M'-''t. of 1'1...'. 4 1 II 10 Of' Ii:. I\C. Webster ..,t' "
R '!lr '.I Ev.r..tt P.vl.. day of July. A. D. 1941 to the bill of complaint filed! Blk 4 T.mpl. Addition 1454' of MW,," of $E'4 4 1 II Unknown ," 1 .

ft I. known.r11 S.EAL) A. j. Thomas against her. herein. This notice to Lott': Stark. IS I U 1nknown .... II A In .*. s'1 In l'I\o\' Cur .. .." ,,"'';
herebY ordered that you .. of the Circuit Court. : be published. once a week. for four I, 2 of 'rad Elk e of tlW of NE''. I 7'U I Joe rr..ler 2.S2Et \
to on the R. Wilson Jacksonville', Flor- I consecutive weeks I n Bradford Temples Addition to. of 1I".1i II 7 U $0 Oress Nfltl' Co. 14.2$ ,\
piwi ;APPD, 1941 befor. Plaintiffs Attorney. 7-4 4t 7.25 'County Telegraph a newspaper Starke IS S II Unknown .U F.ul: of flE", of IIW\ot\ 7' ZIt 10 Irvin:' 112. Bernard 5.05 ti;
"gUHtled'court: ; to the I Lots 3. 4. I 5' o. Elk 1 sF.,4': 53.7of
published In said Bradford County, I II tiO Irvin E.. Bernard :
r flied against you "In EIGHTH''I Stnrke, Florida, July 2nd, 1941. Temples Addition to I Beg. I chns 8 of NW Cot' .I
I
fcplalnt tttI.d causes; and Till!: TIRCI'IT COt'HT. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Starke IS S .1 l'nknown .18 NIoh: 01 MW%, A '
E> T.I"lI'raph" Is I .I t. UI'I.'L. 1'IHC'IIT f.F i'i.oit..I I Clerk Circuit Court B r a d f ord Lots 8. 7 o' Elk 7 T.n- run S a .hnll 11: 10 .I :* 1 1i
county lOa the ... I IIt 1 IPOII County Florida 7-4 4t 725ORDFR pies Addition to tarke II S II Unknown I.tl chne N 3 Chits W 10 i\ 'i
r'n"h1s, order shall be I ( rN \Al\l. 8RA.'OROI" Lots 1. I. 3 of Elk 8 clone to Lieg Iox 11' '
I'* week for four I --- I i Temples Addition to ;i. '. A-I A WI'I,. ''" 13't
a
CH'C"RY' ,
et* once I : !' $tark# IS B U ,, U.. B. Herlong lI.n N of NEt I .'uiis4
David Reeves, OF PIHIirTIOV AMI> 0" :W'I :'l 't
ul t. .nA the j Lots 4..5 I. 1 of Blk 8 I'
BCr.ha5td.r I Plaintiff. : "OTIK TO' APPK4KSTATE |I I ; OI1-W', A in N"tP, 1
I -v..- No. 1309 OF FLORIDA TO: Florence,i iFae Temples. Addition to' ('ur O. NW\ot\ II 7 It Unknown\ 2.371414t4 "r 1 'tIpp
r-" ? of July 1..Sr V. Reeve.. one Stuckey Reserve Louisi tsrke, IS S II M. B. Heriong .11 01 N.\: 9 7 II .0 J. *4. ".oIIl1van 136Bw I'
.
.1Al9a8' ) A. J. Defendant. of N 10 It 5 I" of Lot 4 I $ 01 NEt0.: .9 1 II (0 J. W. Andr.w. A Bon 4.41 '. +, .
the ( rcult Court. |I I OKDER: tF SERVICE i afll&t.r.R.: r"hbay1II notified that I A M 19 rt 7 In of Lot NWI.I 01 $1404\. 9 7 II .0 Unknown 5.13 a4
rof Landrum NOTICE TO APPEAR: Charles, W. Stuckey as plaintiff has 5 of Elk 9 Tenpl..a N(4 01 NE': 't O. S14I.; 10 7 U 10 Leo Oriftia'' ....01"PlFH. !
JIrf'1 Attorney 1.' U : STAT OF FLORIDA : filed suit for divorce. In the Circuit Addition to StR'ke U 8 II Qulaley A Davis 7.111 O. IIW"4 18 1 II 40.. 1.llIIan D. Harr.n 8'n. ,iiI,

I To Ethel V. Reeves, whose: resi Court of Bradford County Florida. Lots 13. 14 of Elk 11 ) i NI of SJo:4 17 7 U eo T. .1, Alderman ,i 'lnIt Ii
cot'RT. .. Is unknown. In Chancery, against you Florence Temiies Addition I oNtrke sr: of sI.i4; IT 1 II U Unknown "U '
TfiE "IRCI'IT' OF It Is hereby ordered. that Faclone ",..key. a defendant 26 6 U I... .. Green 11.12 N0 ofSR4ilx! A In 1(
ID'nL( ( IRCIlI' to you are case No. 1267 : and you. Florence BIk U ot Temples Addition IU "or Ka: S 100 I i
I* AU! FOB appear on the 4th day to Starke IS' 22 l'nulo..n! 4:71 Ct W nf '.15 r
IJ. I Faclone Stuckey are hereby required fly It 1 II n T. J. Alderman
August A. i ,
D. 1941 before
or'liT!' the to appear on July 19th 1941 1.01.. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 8 300 rt 01 NW\4\ O. 'tPi,*
l'V' CHA1VCEBTsinnleton entitled court to the bill of In .said court and cause. Bradford 14, 15 n' Blk 14 T.m- 143214 W nr Hy *U 1 U 5 E'oremosi Dairies' !." "I Ihp"C'
of Katanlc, ': 1 al filed against you din the ,t.County Telegraph Is designated as pies Addition to Strk. U 6 It Unknown 3.3 All 81... 01 NWVLot SWt(7..AP.flyE9 tl, et Ilb
Plaintiff, 1.1. entitled cause; a n the the duly qualified newspaper to Lots 8, 1 of Itlk 111 T.n- .. Nto:'. "f SW'" H or : \ ', I ,
.
N(> County Telegraph" publish this Order once each week pies Addition 10 tta'ke 28 6 U Jo'ut..h A SI.trunk 4.78 A ( ,
lit
.
IMUI;: Katanlc.OF. designated as the for' four consecutive weeks priorto Lots 1. 2 01 Blk 18 T..m- I. SJoJ ('or oil: Nl41 of .1 \ *trI,
Def.ndant >.r In.. which this order shall 1.1 said. rerurn. day. Witness my pies AddItion to &tti'ke 28 5 U J. T. Quigley 9.39: swti of tlW', It 1 U. 10 Boie. Johns '.TI ,\I

ORDER SERVICR .... .once. a: week for hand and official seal at Starke Fr..1 I.nt II A N 10 ftof All NW4 of $W i N of .. ., d,
APPEAR
NOTICE TO weeks. Florida this June tot 10 of Rlk 21 Ry '
L I 18, 1941. 19 1 II "Unknown ". '.If flj 154
R STATE OF FLORIDA: WITNESS my hand and the seal I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Temples Addition to. ('",,," 70 Yd" W of flJo1 Corof '. ..1, (3 doe
0 Slihola Katanlc. whoa this court at Starke. Florida this Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Starke II S U D.; O. Kelley 10.80 S..c. III A run W t tiles

.. I. unknown. that "day' of July. A. D. 1941. County, Florida. I Lot 1 of HIlt 13.- T..m.. ItO rt N .10 't 1-1 110 \ I I' ,(,.I.,' '
I tl. horeby ordered you .- SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Knight A Knight pIes Addltlo to Strke as 5 It lTnknown '.U It 'S 110 ft 10 fl"g It 1 II 1 L. n Clara A Ads ICtolcit ,11.n iJi' ,/ iQsll
4th ; $
olrod to appear on the of the Circuit Court. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 8-20 4t 7-11 r..tll I. 3. 4 of Rlk n Lots 17. II. U, 5',) nf IIlk '{fIt f\
D. 19U before R. Wilson, Jacksonville, Flor Temples A d 4' lion to Fx: I lot 40 ft 101 A ,! y
i entitled court. to the Plaintiffs Attorney. 7-4 4t 7-25 ,: '
VI In HOTN-H. OF APPLICATION' Strke I' 8 II tnknown .10 Wby34IbftNA tI ''' ,J JI
filed against you Lot II 01 Elk U T..rn-. 1 In 8W \'ur '140.
,plaint FOB TUKKI: > I 11 1 II Unknown ,, 11'." : '
m'tntltled cause: and .. pies Addition to Starke 2 II S U l"nknown 1.91 I Lot I 18. Jol lIS tt .It W 'i" Lees
ki County Telegraph". Is In Circuit Court, Bradford IS HEREBY Lot 7 nI Hlk 21 T.leR. IS 't of I..t I' u. .
L.n' &ted a. the ; ., Florida.-In Chancery. That Oratton Cooper holder 15IVEN.of Tax Addition to Stark. n. II C. A. Futch 1.81'' 10. 21. II C. J. W..k. \ :4{(\:.
Lh, this order shall b* I .. Francis Caffray. Plaintiff Certificate No. 1019. Issued the Lots. It, 9.10 II, 12 of Rlk I Mub.nlY 11 1 II Ethel! Johnson $21' i ill

Pi OnCe a week for four Ella Harriet. Caffray, defendant. 7th day of August A. D. 1933, hasfiled 21. Temples. Addition \ Lots 2 a, 4. 5. 5. 1. !. ; ,
uUO w..k.. Monday, the 4th day of AuRunt same In mv office. and has I to St"rke 22 5 IS Unknown 9.8' r Ill" ii. 18' iS, IIl I F
]ITNES8 my hand and the I). 1941 the defendant. Ella made application for a tax deed to Lot 2 01 .Uk U Temples Weeks; Suit-Div lit 7 II "ebell" t'lmltlt.' US ;! ; *0154
ibis court at Starke. .. Cnffray whose residence Is he Issued thereon Said certificate, Addition to fllark.. as 8 IS loIlron Harmon 11.08 N"!.. 01 NEti: Ex, Road 10 1 II aT LIllian n. lIarl'.n 7.ot 5I Pelk
2nd, day of July A. O 213 Kliifrxland Avenue Brook embraces' the following described Lots 4. 6. 8, 7 0' nlkn N., or tlE 11x I A In '\ ,,t I lst
rFiCIAL SEAL) A. J. N. T.. l I. required. to appear to ,property In the County of Bradford Temples. Addition Itw ('"r 10 1 II TI Unknown 11." ,
rk .f the Circuit Court. bill of complaint filed against State of Florida to.wit : to fltark.. IS S U l"nkno..n 4.10 Lot 4 Hllb.Olv d. SWof \ 'If' I
Frank Landrum herein. This notice to be pub- F'v' of Blk I S of It 3 E & all Lot It 01 Ink 17 Temples sw''", Fx: I lot In i ifl H
,mtff, Attorney 7U once a week for four "on.cutlve that portion of Blk 2 S of R 4 E Addition tn Stlark.. IS 8 U l'nknown 1.81 NW l"or 11 It 14 A W I pile
I,I weeks In Bradford County that lies in SW% of NWV, & N 87 141k 29 14x Lot It A nil by 1311 VI N A II 10' It Roosevelt Smith '.15
CIBCflT COl'RT. ,I ) a newspaper publishedin 1ft of NKU', of Blk :2 S of It 2 E A JUk 30 A all Dlk 3fI NIii1) of NE': ; II 1 II U Jeanette T..lor '.oa 'iesd $
LiniritL ('fR'I'IT or .. Bradford County Starke 'all that portion of NKV, of Blk 3 8of I.tll 1. II 1'.kRA.ldltlon 4. tf N\O\ ..i It 1 II 40 Lillian D. Harr.n It.II i ,;j ItIeiU I-
fin"l"I AM: FOB % 1 July 1st 1941. N I all to ")14arke 2S 5 U E. K. Perry.nan 999 II In N": Cor o. Nroof \ lit ,
I SEAL) A. J. Thomas nftp20r i'0 'oD1k 8i'Cj.c of nits E Lots I. 7. 2 n' nlk C In NW'", It 1 II 11 [.. n. Kalota I.U 1 I* I

olTv.i'd CH"\ICERY! I Circuit Court Bra d ford lying N of '4 Se... line In Temples. Rising Add I tlon to N' 1114 4 O. NW4*. A 10 I. R.. Clara A 'Ads. r'iits
:
L. Bongs, Florida. 7-4 4t 7-25 Sul> Div Sec. 21 Twp. 8 8. R. 24 E., fltark.. 28 5 It Dr. r. A. l1rluon &..08NatJ l1w4 of NF"J:" II 1 It Kal"h h.: ".,
till Plaintiff. .- 11 Acres. or Elk t E" B'..., n' ,l4': of NWi4o. 8W14. 111 7 II 10 R. T. Corbin '.01 V '"\

.... No. 1217 The assessment. of the said. property Lot U lit All Elk 2 A NL34 or HW... II' II 40 Unknown '.oa I {)
BOUN.flfendaflt.. NOTICE OF APPI.I(' 'T'O under the said certificate Issued : : DowlinlC" 11'1 of IIW (o or 8W" II 1 12 10 Unknown 1.71
!
ra $ I FOB TAX )_:iSemite > ; wan In the name of Unknown. iu: _rlvIHkl 28 6 It E. J. Bowling 1.11 "WY. of NW'i' II 1 II 40 Jeanette Taylor: .n ';'

ORDER OF SERVICE I < Mill tkn IHU: Unless said certificate shall be of k 3 OowllnlC"U All) 8W04 or NW04 II of' .4 s
NOTICE. TO APPEAR I I NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN. redeemed according t" law the El1AII .or II U 11. J. Dowling 8.31 Ry Ex I A In NW Cur It T U SO Unknown .7L f',I 0*. 541

g STATE OK FLORIDA: I Ll..le Bennett holder of Tax property described therein will he Lots A. R. (' nI Rlk I Beg at II \point 90.. 't 14 "
Vera 8Boue. whope No. 205. Issued the 3rd, sold to the highest bidder at the Wynns Addition t 0ittarks or NW Cor of 8"\06:\ or trw 0 ,
To II 70 South Calvert' I of August. A. D. 19H1 has filed courthouxe door on the first Monday 28 S U Boyd 110110"10' .,83 NWI4 and run H ISIO ", 4leI'
nee IlImor. Maryla"d. I .. In my office and has made In the month of August 1941, Fracl 1ots A H C'. It N 900 ft N IUIe 1wwe
,It I. hereby ordered that you I I for a tax deed to be which la the 4th., day of August, of Elk 2 V'fynns'. Addition : t.> Ity thence. NW along It S w. a ICffle B.4.". %
Llrcd to appear on the 4th I I .. thereon. Maid certificate 1941. to Rtark. 28' U Dr. Ida J. H.lb.r..r a.03 Ity to 11.11' It T II bau.h .4.95
r uuiit A. D. 1941 before .. the following described Itiited this Iftth day of June 1941.OFFICIAL Beg 88 tt S 01 SE "or Lot.. 8. 4 A. 5 McClls

wvi entitled. court. to the I I In the County of Bradford ( SEAL) A. J. ThniasClerk ofl.nt5 of Elk 2 lit Add to (I""pton II 1 It J. H. S..n .... IistnIe
Implilnt filed against you In I .. of Florida to-wit: of Circuit Court of Bradford run S lOt ft W lISSft Lot A Ix: I lot In NI'': Car

Lv, entitled. cause; and I Lot 49 In Woodlawn Section 13 County Florida. 8-20 4t 7-11 N UIJ.8 ft 21 I It''" rt .0 by 49 ft a. all lots ,

Inl County Telegraph" 'I.I I 5 South, Range 22 East: to point or beg J. I.Alvares S 1. 8 uf Elk 18 In $
'
Vvuteil an the .. I 10 acres more or less. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Addition t 0Starke H..mpton 80 7 U C. L. Way 11.11 1sf ts54ii
Jhlcb this order shall be I assessment of the said prop- FOB TAX IlKK.It *2 S U t'nknown 10.81 1411 01 NWI, 01 SWY, 8U 1 II 10 Norm Williams ..11

In week .to c ,4. .con:!!! : I under the said certificate Is- 4. of tIoJ\4\ of IIWIi .
: .. tn-'Hhe Add I t I on to w 01 ity III 1 U 7 'T. S. Alderman' I .
>d' Was name of He4tle ,: IS HEREBY GIVEN. I.'"
WI'I'NES8' my hand and the' I I .. That J. F*. Shaw holder of Tux. Cer.tlflcute Starke w IS I n.. I. John E. Mar.ball ISIS NW4* of 011414 30 1 II U Charlie H. WilItami ....
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tbii court at Starke. I Unless. said certificate shall be I No. 31$. ,Issued. the 7th day Lots a 4 0" Elk :52 J. '. tlw\oe\ ,.& NEI4!: Es: 4 A on. .,.... 'St'I
,I 18th day of June A. D. I ... .. according. to the of August A. 1>. 193:1: has filed M. Johns Addition to Id side A. t4..: of NW'" 81 7 tr 'pi "'Mr.-r'R: K< mCIAL SEAL) A.'J. 1.n'N', described therein. will be same In my office and has made StArk.. IS 8 II ..,. Mra. Annie A. Frasee 1.11 Lot I 01 w.I'.t or NW\4\ 81 1 II to' Raliesa $$mm5 '.11

frk of the Circuit Court. I' to the highest bidder at the application for a tax deed to be Fra,1 Lots C". 1'01 Elk IIIWloo o' N(4. lit 1 U 40 Unknown '.U*
1C. Durrance I' .... door on the first Mon Issued thereon. Said I certificate. 11\ J. M. Johns Addl- Lots 'illJ' 'III. 9. *ojt! I'.
4t as. u tinknown 3.3. of 11am ,,
lntlHi Attorn.20 In the month of August 1941. embraces' the following described lion to 8tarke II. ,ea"SI
Id. Is the 4th., day of August, property In the County of Bradford Lots 2. 4 01 Elk 311 3. Park N.H, or $E'11cr. ti
State of Florida, to-wit: J\r. Johns Addition totarke 81 .It HW" orNW'
: '
Nonn: OF \ : J. .
FOB T.'X ot;:..;o Dated; this 2nd., day of July. 1941. 5 A In 814 of Lot 2 E of Ky A I $ 28 S U T. Quigley 5,75 % ant WI0 f
7 S. R. 20 : It O. Rlk a4 J. Itt.Iohns NW 01 HW'4 14..". u 1 U '
f'Henate Bill N.. ia.t: ) SEAL) A. J. Thomas. N of River Sec. 18 Twp. Lots a. .hab.lt 1I0chb.la.r 1.1&
J N'OTICE IS HEREBY ( of Circuit Court of Bradford E. containing & Acres. more or A d II I tI 0 n to Lots 1' 14. 2a. '3. 24. 01nlk
leu. Starke. lIS 5 II A. W Anderson &.18 40 hampton' Park ,
lu and \ 4t 7-25
Elrtry W. Ollsaon Florida. 7-4 ulleel
'man. holders of Tax The assessment. of the said property Lots 8, 4 and N 211 tt n' Ni'4:' 01 sp.4: H.o. II A 'tale iibiai $
certificate" issued Ttlk aT J. M. $( 0fNWIsni' '
under Lot II 0' s4
111. Immed the 2nd nthtte : vlt : I -
I of Empire Addition toStarke of W4 of S'I.4 L ,
fhed{ EIGHTH wan name Johns lI
Hint A. D. 1937 have THE CIRCUIT: C'OIBT.
U 6 U J. T. Quigley I 14.118 u 1 U 1
Lumber Co. 1 )
have Ms. pi'
ifairee'
office and made .,. OF fr'LOH.
mr .a-a. flHCtir t.U
.
I'nleso said certificate shall beredeemed 21/0 A E "I It y In I'IW' N" (. A N14" nf NWI4 U 1 U $00.Unknown:
'net for a tax deed to b* .. ,,,. IN AND: FOB HBAUFOHU 8)i. U.U
"' e following described. 'O&NTY. property described. therein will be hounded III liv Johns. 14t DI KR:% U 1 It ., 4t T.S."d..rman. 'I&&
IV: CHANCERY: : bidder at the fI 01 N .00 It or NJI of : 'S..) s '
County of Bradford & sold to the highest Arid. W 01 RI' : 141414 U 1 In13. C.olI'JMo.r..
"rlda, to-wlt .. Teresa Mayetta, courthouse, door oi the first Mo,,. See. line Also Lots D, C..m at IIIW Cor 01 NE'.9 \:/ v.37. .",
Bf!. at NW 'or nf NEVfl of !' Plaintiff dav In the month of August 1941, 10 01 nlk t7 J. M. of N11l':'/ A run H au 4' ?* l' I I 4I'
-vs. No. 1304 Is the 4th of August toStark. yds H: N I
Run 8! *2 ft, thence E which day Johns Addition I I Ullio yds ,1'au
Robert. Mayetta 6 U J. O. Boyd 5.39
U lIds W-611i1 '
yde
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'n'" s 92 ,i, thence Westerly' 1941Hated '
line of ld Defendant \ ; this 18th day of June, I.ot 4 or FUk I City to 11.-11), A A MI'\' I Is
40 525\
ft to \ .
ORDER: OF SERVICE Waiter J. .
.0 n at SW Cor 19U. Park Miiii-1IV U. U n.dman 1.33 fl' Nl'4 .:. 1A In III'. 151Ii
e. of SEV4
NOTICE TO APPEAR lmFII'IAI..OiI4AL) A. .T. Thomas C'or A. Es
F4 N ( I..t a 01 Elk 2 City 3 A III HW .
run 328 thence E
tlieno S 328 ft ft.to S line STATE OF FLORIDA I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Park Huh-rllY U' U Don 7... hoover, 1.33 ""r-U A. II .7 U 113 W. ,11'. Packbam .
whose 1.33
Frank Robert Mayetta Florida. 8-20 4t 7-11 NE 01 NWI4 A IIIl't'
'{ to. thence W on line 68 Windsor. I County 3Y.. A In flF.1/"o'. 94I4") ,- .
Twp. 8 S. R. and address A In NEV: or n!.". of"SK".. of" NWIA '
1 nln91'0c'5 Kearny New Jersey. '' F.IRI'TMJlltKltl. I&I the BUtch WI), of SWV of N14/ .
Jt ". IN' THK ( lilt I IT ( 01 BT. as .
la hereby ordered that you 8 22 4 W S. John 1.11 Kx ,. .
The ..eimment. of the said <'IIK't''IT OF FI.OH- 29 4 A Road A 1 AIn ..
'T under the said certificate required to appear on the 4th II" t. IV All fr'OH BB4IIPOHU About 2 A nf land being NE Cur of "''I i4'. of "

l cap In the name of R ( of August A. D. 1941 before ('()I,' '.''I""V. 118 yds. N A S by ISO I MEt of NWV. II 7 338WVi 47 Clyde Hall .t
I inleM. Paid certificate shall; above entitled I court to the a.* \NTF.RY yds E A W hounded N .,t NWV of flWIIII 7 33HHV 10 W. A, Jones 4.I IS 4 rrww ft I
..mod( according to law of complaint filed against you Grady L Prultt.Plaintiff. by land of Manning 8 : of NWV of SWV all 7 31 10 Unknown 'I' 'I' ''I''u'
:rr', described therein will the above entitled can MB; and i I by Dnrhv n bv Alderman .. NWinf SBV 8* 7 12NV 4/) Unknown 'I' 1'J.I'4G
the highest bidder at .County Telegraph Is -vs- No. 1279. A W by ToruellaIn !* of SWW' nf MKVi. 311 7 22 2'') Clinton V, Palb.m"t: 17'' hOlIk
"rthu,1* door "n the first \ designated as the news Myrtle Pruitt. 8E:", nf SE1/!: U' 22 2 Unknown (t 4.56 NKV' of NEV', 6\ 8 11KV 41)' Unknown e'' '
T'bl&b i t o August, .. In which this order shall be Defendant. SWV of SK", Ex 8 A .* of SKV:' of SWVi. 5. S3 SD. Unknown .;" .. "'u 41) ::16 1044
| i the 1hhOdf ay ot \ .. once a week for 4 con- ORDER OK SERVICE In NW ("or A Ex: Ry : Coin' 190 ft N of BK Cor '\I l' ; ,. .5)
'1. weeks. NOTICE TO APPEAR: right of way A Ex 3SEV nt. .$eq. II A run' W lift ,//0 JI ski JN
Dated t this Hth., day of I my hand and the seal. THE !STATE OF FLORIDA: A In NF: ('or 29' 23 29 Carlo Lee 9 99 I ft N 800) ft E: BID ft p. _

( this court at Starke, Florida To Myrtle Prultt. whose. residenceIs nf Sri'' of N14'A, 'I'J" S 801)" ft tn point of beg It 1 33 10 Mr. Both Lawrence '
!K'9A.Jf' SEAL) A. J. .. 27th day of June A. I"). 1941. 314 'hllmlre Street, Brevard NWVI of SHV.of NEH All SWV', of HW" W fit : I''" ,
'Ir Court of SEAL) A. J. Thomas. North Carolina AN 8 A of NEV': of Ity Ex: 10 A In SW Cor 13 S 33 16 Unknown 1.lf' '
W, Florida. 8-20 4t of the Circuit Court. i It Is hereby ordered that you NEV4 of .PKM.: & WVi lInt 4.10 ft N A 8 by .
IL). Morgan Clark Bid*., Jack I ore required to appear on the 4th of NEM of SBV, Ex I hit ft K: A W bounitecl 'j.,I "'
'1'1110: ('IR.t--;: ., Kla, Plaintiffs Attorney. day of August A. 1>. 1941 before A In NW Cf.r A Ex 4 8 bv .Bedford take A "II
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JI OU'I nRCOI'R'I":: ... 7-4 4t i"*.* the above entitled court, to the A In SW 'or 32 8 22 4t J. C. Jones. 11.47 F: by .Slsiion. S A lot 13 8 33 3 Margaret D. Reave* V I"
''I !
1 8.17
IBi'lV bill of complaint filed against you All HWV of SR: i of It 1-6 A In SE 'or of '
10( TY. Au FOiL .\" o-7v K I In the altove entitled cause: and NE'i K of )ttimdWV4 13 8 22 2 Hoover Futdr Co. 2.U sl':%; of NWV, A N .120 Is 1cttvpiJ I

N to all Bradford County Telegraph" I Is of NWI', of HE'A: ft of NKV: 'SWV' Ex '. $..r141to
-I I Bradley yCII %!iCERY Notice. Is hereby given that I, De- hereby designated as the newspaper run E 160' ft. 8 250 ft I Lot to ftobt J. Dfidd 11 8 S3 tt Mr. !Sidney! H. Dodd f"$ it "st1'S
It may concern In 'which this order shall be W 180 ft N 250 ft to All N" nf NIC" of SKV:
>Ti"Plaintiff. .. Dickinson as Ouardlan of published mice a week for 4 consecutive beg U. UlFred Abbott, Jr. 351 N of Ry-U :,1.4 A ":* ,

J'ble Bra4l.v No. 1S13 F.. Jelger and F.ble Belle weeks Com 70 )'... W wf SR: V, A In HI,! ('.,.. 13. n It K. 19. Carlisle .
., Oarrett. minors, will on the WITNESS: my hand and the seal Cor of ', of NWi/ W 75 ft of R 275 ft of 351,

4 D.f.ndant( : : day of August. A. D. 1941 of this court At Slarke Florida. of 8E", aol run N 7", NV4 of NWV, of UK1' 13 6 U I Unknown
1t)1'R o' 8ERVICRAPPEAR: tot he Honorable E. K. this !mth day of June, A D. 1941. W 70 y'Js .H 70 Hike I, 3 4if riovt Lot I 1.n 0
1 J*: 9T W-1TO (County Judge In and OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. J: Thomas, yds yds. E 70 yd"l to beg 32 8 22 1 Essie Green 3.98 I lakeside' Sul .rilv 33: 8.2 Unknown .

'" 80nnl'':. BFLORIDA: Bradford Cnunty. Florida. at Clerk of the Circuit Court. 7V, A In f.:", nf NWH Rlk 3 of ilovl tat 1 .1.,
I. ". office In Starke. at Ten clock J. C. 1)urrancePlaintiff's of \ EV Kx: N 2 A 82 6 33 6 C. C. Chandler 1020 takeslde Muh-DIv U' U J. E. IImltl\ ,
rI.t Unknown. M., or as soon thereafter as the Attorn..y20 <41< 1.11 Lot I of Slit 5 Lincoln Rlk 4 of flnvt Lot 1 331
.I'ed b.rlb to Y ordered. that you .. can he heard, for authority r City 12 4 33 Unknown 1.U| lakeside. "Sub' .r>lv 33 8 IS C, A. Williami ,

"n.ult PP 'r on h. tIh Hell. at private sale the entire IV THK riHC IT COIRT. EIGhTH Lots 4, 1 of Blk 5 Lincoln W", of Hit 1or flnvttat 131
.. ;; "' !>. 1941 before .. and estate of said minors .It IH' t I. "IIU" aT OIP 1'1.0" City 81 t 23 Win. McLend 3.41 3 rakesl Sub-DIv U S U ltC. D, Herlosg I. I"

'nBlJntVn OOUrt to the and to the following described III ,. I... A'21) 11)11 hhittlI"OhIiJCO Lot 3 of RIle 8 Lincoln nik 8 nf riovt lot 3 A "
.... ...nUtled against you In .. In Bradford County. Florida, V N'rv. City 33 6 23 Ella Wlllfam 1 91 F: t UII ft of Hlk I of

radforol caupe; and : iv cpatCEH" N'-o! of NWi' of NWU" Ex Oovt tat 4 lakeside .
h",rra..0'ity.Telegraph"}] !! South West. quarter. of North Adolph Omelln if A ...n0\ end AHA Sub-DIv S3 6 22 W. II. Mundy, Jr,
"r In .t.1 a. the n quarter and South half of Plaintiff, Vault Lot 13 6 23 12 H K. John 12.58 N'-j' 01'H\' Ex: I A In 8.71 .
i01O.'see.
ihn.w.j. d "hlrh order ntia)1) West quarter. of North west. vs- N... 1279 5 A Com at NW Cor of NW 'or A NKV': of IttffMrs. fin M. Fred .- $ .

.. o ".?Lia week for of Section 85, Township Evelyn Wright fimetln J NW4 nf ...W", A run NWV 25 I S3nf !5s/ '"erlvksonMr 11I..' .4 .1 '1llee
..rr<I9.!: (7) South. Range twenty-one Defendant.ORDER H on Section, line to a $''v NE": A SKV:' nf '," '.. wI
thl, eouftmy hand and the ) East. Containing sixty (80) I.)' SERVICE post thence E to within .. NWII.F.ItA..INI.:! '" I 044411
d... of JfiJt, arke. Florida ..... NOTICE TO APPEAR 8O ft of the center of NKV of SWV A N I
'fAf. i: 1941.'II Which application will be based. THE !STATE OF FLORIDA: of Fly thence N parallel 1.3 of NH of SEVi: ua *. rio 1 C. Frederlckaon "
.tl
., fIb.SFAL I A. J. the. petition. now on file In the To Evelyn Wright Omelln. whose with Ry to W tin* tat 5 35 8 33 lOn
\\I "' ('Ir"ult ourt. court. place of residence Is 21 A. St. Philip of said VW'.. of "WV, Com 4i.). yds 8 of NK Cnr 0
Plalnurr.nAta..k.onvlll.{ ... June 27th. 1941.Delaney. Street. Charleston, 14. C'. thence W to B... IS' 33 4 .7. C. Jane 4.51 of N W V, of N W '-i i
4t Dickinson, It Is hereby ordered. that you are Com at a point 101 't" thence run W 70 yd* R
.. 4t 7-25 Guardian.IOTIrE required to appear on the 4th dayof of NW Cor nf NWV, ofNW&FUflSSSSftE 71 yds r.: TO. yds N 70. '0'Sej
.
";;" -- August. A. D. 1941 before the yd.* tn Beg 21 I 31 I Ernest MeGituiey'Nte
I11)IntL) (.1'IR !I"OI'RT. "" APP."TIO"FOR above entitled court, to the bill of 625 tN5SSftWI2$ of SW", of NW'4' 21NVi 8 31S3 I''* 0111 Speed 1, 1.74.1.SS' '
(lilt I'll A, FOR IT OIP IP.'. ? 01"'rAT' IIEI) complain filed against, you In the It to jjeg 31 8 22 5 Mrs. Annie K Pettlt 311 of 8KV4 of NWVi H
,
Gr'TV. \ ,........ Rill.... 14.1) above entitled cause; and "Brad herebydesignated a point 4 :I chits of NW'2$ 8 I Mae B. Speed 3.SI
'811 : ('IU"CIiJR'I' ::- ford County Telegraph" Is I To" % \\ ("Dr of 8WH K 514 A of NWVi! 0'NEI .
DUk NOTn.: Helberg.r. and Julia as. the newspaper. In of NWV, A run It 104 ,. of HWV, U' 33S3 4 John Duvl '.1'
....Plaintiff Foreythe Emma M holders of Tax Certi which this order shall be publishedonce chns E I" d-gr...... H Begat 8W ("".. of NW'4' .1' '
'I. the 4th., day a week for 4 consecutive to Ry thenceN A run K 1110 ft N 354
DUkE> No. t3UDER No. 78, Issued '
.nt.R'vof
: ft for nf begthonc
1012 chns a point
filed same '
? have
D 193D. .
A
;.. July have made ap- "WITNESS my hand and the seal I. thence W l' degrees run N itt ft W
OF mv office and deed to be Is- of this court at Stark. Florida.. N 10 4 rhn to Beg n 4 81 II<) Margaret McLeod. 8 2.1SW'4 ail ft 8 ISO ft R: 130 ,
SERVICE \ ',, for a tax of June A. D 1941. 1414 I
1(1)T1f"E nth day 4) Unknown .
1"0 Said this II 4 33 ft tn point nf beg IS S 33"V4 t Laura UctaodID I.
ItTATP. APPEAR thereon. f.frtttl'fiJZi (OFFICIAL SEAL: A. J. lifVwVfcor nf Kx ..
of NEV4 NEVi '
,1. Oft. ;?" FLORIDA: the following of Bradford, I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I A NWL.. 13NE 4 22 'J. O. By>> I.UWI. I 0111f'N Cor A I .f I
Whom. In the County of
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Thoma.1
.4r., .rikIr.I I Box .. 'of Florida to-wit : J C. DurlancePlaintiffs Attorney20 ., .r Lot I .r Elk 1 A In liP: Cor In NWVinf '
47.
It 7 8 R of NE" 24H'i 2 Kvalln Barton .
of NEi Sen. I Twp. J. M. Johns flub.Oh' 4' ;
; F.14 Abblt L. ifennesse. 884. I
1 Mr
..be..by >4 of NF.V ,::1. 33 of HWVJ 24 5 33 84 Leigh tt. Pearsall U.I.t;
to.ord.r..d| that you (Continued from page tel) Lot of Bite S 1. M 8 lit ft of N Ult< ft of ,

"': .. .o.t APP."r. on the 4th sxee Johns !Sub-DIv of NEVi W 600 It of NWV H II S3 S May A Dusley I.''' .! erau5
!'4t before : 1 ** Fannie Stewart S 21 "t"
'III "titled titT Cost* of NE"} ,! 33 4 22 r" tat 1 27 2 11 "fA. M, Pearsall T.., ,
Oset
lnt fn..c"orj. to the SH T R A. : of tat 1 14 It SIS3 87 lee 3!.
': .... .tlva> W622 it nf NEV Pearaall 537:
''': .ntuuS aulnat you In NEtS. Ex 8 33* ft Also tat I, I. J. i as. ilL Lee M. Pearsall : 21.59 "!t
.'by r or" ; and 4 5 of Blk 17 Liv PI A of NU. ..f SH Lot 4 Kx: II A In NRCnr : 1.Ii. !

ID., dO'I"n"a i T.lu'raph". I .." Truby A Co s of NWV. of NE'". A A all Lots 3, ..
t ip a
1I.b... "'hlclt .tl. .ordrII'ronand* tho ft. to Town of U Cecil I.. Do.-claa '.24 V* A in 8B Cop nt N( M. W nf Road III .
shall I
'" on"e a nf NWV of NKH beIng Aall lots I. II 34 I II .11 1Ae M. P.aualt .....
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!I.. "..k -Ie for 7 of Blk 2 IS vie A H by All lore t 3. 1. 4 W of
a.f' 4 I. 8. iynkl 7.14. "
't "l:3R: Truby A TO yd* EA ': .14V A 34 4 33 17 Mr. H. Kan Road Krt 1 II II Lee M. P.ara.U II.U
and .
..,, the
chn All Lot I W of floadNi
to Town S24 Com at anoint 17H
'opp'I'JAI." "f .A.D1,41 ark.. Florida_ *Starke Addition .It I R. L; Thomas I W of 8"! Cor of 11(504&ru'Wt1lV4sNI14: A. ajl 1 lots 3, I 13 II 135 Lee M. P..ualt ..SI *.a4l

of flF. A. 3. ? Bin 10 Ex-.LoL* .. I C. A. Knlrht Tat Collector,
..!th'" A f. 111 yd* 8 514yd r-i
II' ..II. .Clr..ult 0''''. LIvingston. Truby I yil. 4 23 14 Onknowi 7 Stt of Bradford County Florida
a. Ialnurr,... J acIiaonyilie. 0's Addition tet Town I ? tjokaown I.U t* Bag 34 .

urn,7 7.4 4t Stark ;

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ly ''fi''i1' (Continued from page nine) T.._ Txe In Circuit Conrq IIradlol'4
Tares Dealtt.IIea AN T K A 0.... <(<;eet.'WM..ofJ Deses4.t1.. See T R A OWBJC R, Ce te Dya1.Plorlda.-Jn Chancery. Co D'.
Lun
h Drt.tl.a Be. T H. A Owe.ee ., <<;eet" lW% of.NE: % 11 1 -U .10 LduIN'C. Oanlillu 2.Ervh .'0 I Com at SB Cor SWU fondant. On; .Monday v.. U.urle D''t ldant.

61j .. of /BWU! ft run W 785 of August A. D. 1811 :
>>
, : WU. of Lot 1 Town ofLawtey of M1C'ofof: HW\ 11 1' IS 40 0, 1. H..n. .I." ft NIla/ ft NE tOS ftEa.terly th1tb:
v E of Ky SecB. dene 1. unknown who
208 ft E 174ft "j
W of NIe' &.. of .. |
12.11 y Wry
Ir' 22 H. Hill
2t S L. .
appear
23. 24, 26 S 902 ft to beg Also to the bill iil.3 r1uirMl
-E- of NW\4\ 1 A :
;. 1..F 24 f'" U of NW Cor herein. This 1I Win.1
; Com N of Hoed In NW Cor certain land 8 of Mrs .,. order to
iI of Lot 9 A run E 120 H W a week "' "
Spark man and SIS for
,1'
of tlE% of NW1A. 4 m four -li.t
ft for a point of beg of Ry in SEW of SWW 2S < 23 It H. :E. Jones 22.72 .. n Bradford o
11 A of SE\4\ of'NW\4 12 0 22 1.11
;P' to ft H \ JO Charlie Br.ntle Count; '
'y E a
thence run "
'. 100 ft W to ft N 100 W4 of NEcI of NE4!" 11 8 IS 112' Mra Pearl Iltarling 11,10 All N NWU of Call!, of St SEW ft W lying of .. .' SKi newspaper County: s.j'.J,
of beg W 19 A of IIE4! of June II
{ ft to point NW44 Canal ft B of Church s 18. au:
Town of Lawtey E of Ex 1 A InNm Cor 11 / U It Mre. Bmma Crew. 3.08 St .." the following \\Oll'Flt.IAL: SEAL)
'i ": Ry In Sec S3, 24. 25 2S B 22B D. C. A Mattl :Reed0 8E'4 of 8E'4 .& JIIW reof described piece of Clerk Circuit Court, 8 r J ME1an

': Com 105 ft B of BW Cor SE% 11 8 II 10 Wrn. E. Ta.rllroulfb '.17 property fronting on County Florida .'20
c of Lot 10 A run N 210 E4 or NW% of 8W"% A Church 8t Delia Sllcox itIyP I.

.! ft B 105 ft 8 :210 ft W1! of NE'% of IoSW y4 11 1 U 40 Unknown II." home ft Ex 1 Lot Iii NID :
COUNTY
1" W 105 ft to beg or lot ft on Church Ht .old UR .
Fy! of of :: .
,. 10-B Town of ..LawteyB W14 NW4 IS I U 40 Unknown &..0'E J. E. Marshall Matilda t CHANCERY.FLORTUL
of It,.. B CU. !3. 24 of NE4 of SW"% 12. S U 20 Unknown I." Lee home the Epleo F. O. Jones. J. C. i
25 */ 23 John ft Henry Godwin 22 tSL. W'4 of NW\4\ of SW14 11 1 II 20 Unknown I.'"/ pal Church ft parsonage Cork It. Junea. III.Jun.. and

,. Lot 13 SublDIv Ex Lot E4 of SW"% of SE4e 12 1 U 10 Unknown 1." J. F. Hoover, Joe t W If.v. .,
1 Town of te W\\4t of '! of of BUtrunk also home of Case
4610 EoiI SE\4\
II I 22 II HaBtard 4.U V. B. W. C. Jones No
of H,. Sec, 2Law4. IoIW Harrell. H. H. .t 1301
y4 12 / 22 al.
10 Unknown l.tIW .' D..
ft 10 A W by Houston ft Jenkins. lot 23 S 22 Qulgleyaa Davie I .&.ea fendant
100
1 lot % of NW4.
t ; II 1 U 80 Unknown 9.NW4 ./7
ORDER
; 211f It N H In SWTr 1 Lot 105 ft 8q on WIde OF t
Cur of Lot 17 A 1 lot _. '. J" of NE4.: of SW\4\ It I II 10 Unknown 1.11 of Church Rt N NOTICE PUBLICATIO"| I

100 It 10 A W by 1li4 .s t.Peter 8W4 of NJC i.Ie 8W4sof\ of and adjoining lot 1 State of Florida to?: j,T I Ion.
ft N A S in SB Cor of e t NWs t.x.: 3 A In I3JD .s., of Blk 1 Orglnal Town If alive and If dead. i.U' J 01:
r Lot 18 Town of Law Cor' It 1 IS 77 Unknown 7.17 Lotof Stark. 23 S 22 lAadrum ft' Job.. 7.41 olaiminIg Johns interest under "'ldPlJn

toy E of Hy, Bee t>. 4.SOt 8of NE% Ex 20 A In rl1; .. ;1: 3 of Blk 1 A land ... deceased or
4 2t2t 5U A Bertba'Florence bw |If alive !irw'H'
..i t; 24. 24 Cor&Ex0AIn B of Lot 3 to St, parties and d""i l
Lot 20 Ex 1 lot 100 ft ri t NW Cor II 1 II 90 Unknown '.33 Original Town of Ida Jones claiming interest Un*
i ( ', N A 8 by 400 ft E& SWI of $W34 NE4'Ie Stark* 2S t Sit Elvira: MorganAnna 6,21 and all deceased or """mij
i ,, W in NW Cor Town of/ t iii 8 A of b'o of .lIJ 33 Lot I..of of Blk 1. Orlg. ,.,. under Oliver partie claiming I hl ,

uI, J911h Lawtey 23 24 &5 E of Ky, Sec B 22 .Mr, Anna' Low Oodwln ll.tt of NW4., 11 U 20 Gladys .C. Edwards '3.83 Inal Town of Slark.U: 22t Lou Godwin 3228. I Jon*. John., Jon decees.d*", d1tcoa'.d. 31'

NW'A of KE" of SE"4.A Lot S of Blk 3. jprlg. .. .Joo... deceased, or Jamh
di Lot 29 Town of LawteyB .. N4k of SW\4\ of 8.11\4:\ 11 8 II 10 Unknowa 4.20 Inal Town of Stark. 23 22t Quigley A Davis 6.S4 otherwise. In the any 01 'b o

},dip III of Ky. Dec*. 23. 24. U ( 22 W. F. Moore *.S7Marcu An NW'/.oftlW54\ Wof Lot T of Elk 9, Orig Bradford Co Co-0.. .rt7 .Ituat. In Bradford following pn

By 11. U I Unknown 1.13 inal Town of Stark 23 22 A'.., 111... Farce to-wit: Coo
0 4i :r. Lot. 10. 31!, 12 Town of SE4/ !, of NW\4\ of 8E4! It 1 U 10 Unknown '.33 All Blk 14 Ex Hoover Section 1 Commence. at
Sca
Lawtey B of Ky Bro. Corner Quart
5.13 8E4. of NE3Ja Ex 8 A In Lot In SE Cor on Ea'i
28 U.. III U S 22 F; Brown Original Town of of Section 1:1.: hound:
Nre: Cor& Ex Twp
43.4 g
,c t Lot 44 Town of LawteyB > In A of Stark: 23 "t Qulgley ft Davie 14640 E., thence run I
? NW Cot 22 North
5 22 2.12 It IS 18' MaUlda 4819
25 26
Unknown thence
't e of Ry Hec, 28. 24, ,, Dixon 1.81 Lot. 1 South III
S of Blk
of /844 of NE'4, of NE4 16 Ex W..t degrees
Lot. 60, 61 Town 17. U 10 Harry E. Strof.l"t a.u W 25 Ft 4i18 feet to and
Original POint
< E of Ky Sec. ning. thence 01
Lawtey SW41ofNW x
23. 24J 25 24 B 22 C. H. Kettle. S.tl tlb. Cur & 2 A J'oAsW 0. Lot Town I of of Btarke 21. 22 Carl :Rltch '.n and 40' West run In 80Uth f.et 89 doI'''

b1 Lot 61, 62, 63, 64. 66. Cor Blk 26 Original North no thnn
17 I U feet,
"dip f 4j .: in NWCor U Unknown LOS Town of Starke 28 t zat Minnie E. Quigley: 13.42 7U feet, thence run
68 Kx llg I. t"of Sh of E 2.. of NW4 of But 29 a* Extended. .. 1
210 ft N on Ire and 80" Ea./liii "1"' 1
A 8 by 105 ft B ft W ;, NEi4 II I U 11 Lydia Tyson 3.70 Eney'* map Ex 8 100 feet M
4t3 '
v Lawtey E W 1-3 ft ft Ex E 80 ft Orig South 2013 feet. .
Town of AN&wNE14NEo
"
of Ry Sec. 23, 24 26 2tNU 6 22 G. H. Pierce. 1O.n -13 inal Town of Stark. 21 22 :Mr*. Thelroa Larantaux '.tI 60 delfree. and f..et. th"nce rUe f

,. t' .. of Lot 1 and Lora a.. ..... NW\4\ 11 8 II U Oad Tyson a.u Beg 80 ft S of NE Cor to point of 24' 3111 jr I
''. Ex H 205 ft Ott'B .. ,', .... IIW14 of NE\4\ a SEy4 of of Blk 29,' a* extendedon SE% of NE'4 o'r rS belt
; <, t 8ub-Dly of E Lawtey L. H. Hill 310 NW4\ Ex: 3 A In SW a En..e, map ft run taalnlM*** -11.61 llOH.a( .
; .
.e.. .
1 Lot In NW Cor of Lot -tf!r 0 Cur 11 I U 'II IIln l. 8 91-ft W 80 ft N 31 Parcel 2: Commence: and
f 6NftE& W by 180 lt' ,1 Wsof NE yE W Eu\ .Tyson 3.117 ft E 80 ft to beg Orig Section Corn.r al puss
; r ft N A 8 Ott' Sub. .. of Ed 20 8 12 12.1.. D. Orson inal Town of Stark. 2S 1 22 A. W. Anderson 25.00 of Section 82 aforesaid bounds
t 3 i DIv of E LawteyCom Henry Moor 4.2' $1C44 of NE'H : N14: of u. W, of Blk 80 a. Extended North .81 f.et. 8 uEbrdegree.
} NW Cor of Lot :\ on En. y' th.noe
at 20 22 '
and
1 :t\4110 10 Mre.
6 A run 8 120 ft for .. ... 1 ft N Ie S by Oole nema. 11.03 man Ex 8 lOa ft Orlg. to right of to' West. 36111
a point of beg thence .1........ UII ft tJ & W on S aidtof I Ina Town of Starke 28 22 U A. :R. nold. It.III No. 18. thence way of State Hlgh.
.
Ill run E 144 ft 8 38 ft W ,r ... 811 of SE4s of SW 4, ',EH of Elk 30 a. extended and 34Weat South 60 dor

& 148 ft N 89 ft to point .. W 0 f Ie 4Jolnln. on Enaey'a map way 1131.9 feet the
of be Sub-DIv : ... .... H d8i: II 8 U 1 A. H. HaH Ex 8 105 ft Original i vU dere. and ce 9ouh
r of E Lawtey _. Abs MYer1i S.S2 8s! of !% ot SW% Ex lU3I Town of Btark 21. 22t A. Reynolds 7.11t thence South lit'7. East 8tH I
..l Com at NW Cor ef Lot ,ref. ..wr lot In Nlil Cor Wof 3<4 A In NWU of SWW East 1213. feet. degrees ltd 1

Y 6 A run 8 198 ft for ... ..... .. Road Ie E. about 1 a bounded N by Madison t of B. A. L.. to right 01 a
r point of beg thence s __ ., _..__ on H'" .,d. W of Road Bt ft W by Bay 8t II de.r.e.Rallro.d, Ih.neel.
f,, run E 146 ft S St ft W ..". ."'_,r., ...... 13a: E" that portion. ::0liI'of Known a. J. o, AI.ig'fk'j aid right .of a.n ? ft N 89 ft to point .. I t I keacl 13 Elk In way" 1361.7 I
148 ; II. U It Unknown thence South
tut'. ..,ffi" 1.. 10.' 'lo 89 degreei
of beg Otf* Sub-DIv __ ... 1. .._ .. 1 .t laO.1I E t. W by t' In West 382.7 feet end
''i ,1 .11,1 of E LawteyLot. C. -.. u jtetueaLeRoy II.... >9' It N A 8 In NW NW Cor ft Ex 'U A ... ginning, to point oh
i 9.. It Ott. Sub-Dly Cor of NWU of NWU\ 21 t 22 MrB. Alma In NE Cor 28 22 Mr*. Annie Mae Kemper 26.toMr 38 said being In 8.rlonl! 31a
Houeh
E. Lawtey Irvin I 1.97Lott 12 A In NH' of NEU, of. 2.21 H A In NE Cor of J d. excepting Township and Rang.. s
12 Otf. ub-Dlv of BWW Beg 387 ft ft! of s wL Alvarez Re Blk inq: O.t. therefro the tout>
U E LAwt.y Lliile 'William S.09 NW Cor of NEW of bounded N by Madison r I Co.. Ex..pt.) Btglnniniof
; p14. NE NE'14 S! II 22 10 Unknown 1.82 "BWU' 'T H'4' -of-SRuV'N '. 11:11 20 W. W. Trlmpl 14.08 5S7 ft W IOU ft thence Com at SW on :Uad- right of run
N4 of sw\i of SEU A N 18 degree. B to Beg Hon St ft run S 234 ft No. way of 81al.. l1h.
13.
"' 1iIof T, NWU of Mil:" 24 II 22 40 Carl Carter .... Ex 4', A off B end for., a point of beg sail thence Northeasterly alo
flW' of SEU of SWU' 26NWW II 22 10 W. C.. Deyo ft Bro Inc. 3.85 aleo EH of Blk I S of thence run W 105 ft point right where. of way 689 feet
of BWU! of 8WUA K 4 WEx 1 A aero. S34ft31101ftN84 East right of war crnul
j NWW! o? SEW ofHWW H end Temple Sub. ft to point of beg 28 t 22 Mike Dew 3.11 line of laid. SWV.\. of BE"
25SWU II 22 20 Richard Bmlth 6.46 DIv SY Com at NE Cor of Hogan NEV4.. thence 384 t..
21 t 23 11 Mr*. B!: L. Bite point beginning
of NWU of /SEW! 16BWW II 22 10 Unknown J.86 1 A In BE Cor of SWW\ '.n Alley A Bay Ht* of ; also (ifcl
of NEU of HEW, 25NU Iill: 10 Unknown S.86 of NWU! being 182 ft A run N 106 ft E 62U. Bxeept.land ) that part of follo,7,

of aE.,4W54fof riw, of wft sT>y In ft K A S 105 ft W 62W ft to No. 13 lying, Wet'. of State HIih.L
SEW 21 4 22 1 Arthur Bryner beg 23 t 22 tQulgley A Davis 12.02 Cor WHV'tofCNErBofeBVl
ty of HEU, of BBU, 258U 11:3 10 U H. Hou.ton 3." SW .I. of Blk t B of R 261 J1ot of land In Starke of !
mtt.' of BWU, of NEW 26B II 22 20 Manila Lou Kdwarda.: 4.63 a'w In NEW, of SWW .. 114 ft N A 8 by 210 .ald ard.' S.c. "' thence run Bouth I
9 : )-4 of N BEU, of Temple> /Sub-DIv 2H ft E A W bounded B .; West East 1011 yards. North I
1 -; & NWU A HEo of SEW A 4 23 S Ja.. Dell by Bandemon Lane ft 8 yard.kxcept. 106 Yards: .1.0,1,
nfak of NW,* 25BRW II 23 25 Ellen: Tlndale 6.06 lA8eg1/2ftNfrom I 3." by Hoyt Bt. 28 t 22 Mary Jan Green S10Annl SB ) ofeNE'4 feet. North ,
; { of NWU of 8WU 26 1\:11: 10 A. Paul 463 BE Cor of SWU of Lot. I, 2, 3 of Blk 1 Cor. of 8E% of ..
..t',1 I HEW of BWW of HWW! S6Ntt 1:11: 10 C. I. ft M. Dlngfelder 4.47 NWU A run N 12 ft Livingston Truby A ?f.0' ?* and run North I d'lr
.S. 4 of SWW of SEW of .. W 2J ft H 182 ft E Co'. "$ub-DIV of NEW West along Bee. line 611 ttrm
NEW 2* II 22 B Unknown 1.41 239 : to point of beg 21 I 22 1 0.0. Frailer 354 of NEW 23 t 22 Wllllatw. 3." thence West lao feet, thence Soul
WU of Blk S S of R 3 I All Blk 2 Livingston !!? feet thence South II d.,r,,
F d /AofNy4offNW4! W A E14, of Blk 2 8 : Truby A Co' Sub-DIv & East t83U feet. to point a
r', ; of NWU 2tBWW II 22 t John Tech.tone ..n of R 4W In Temple. : NEU of NEU 28 8 23 Annie William t.81 beginning' : also (4th. Excptb)
of 8W Of NWU 2t 1n\ 10 Julgley ft Va l. 7.21 "Nub' -Dly 21 4 22 10 H. A. Lawson / I.r 2 of Blk 11 Llv- gin 128 feet. North of Ctl
,I W t4 of NE\ of SWUA 8W4of911k28of 918 3,2 1 Intr.tnn, Truby A Co' of NWU of BWU of laid Sw.1;

t. all NEU of NEW W A BEU of Blk 2 8 r Stib-DIv I n NEW of run North 1 degree 45' Went slot'

j of HWU W of KyNM tt B 22 23 Unknown 7." or K a W In Temple NEW ___ II' 22 Dan Thomas r S.24LMI Sea line 6S8 feet East 281 (M
> of NWU of 8BW ofsww Sub-Dltr 31 8 22 B H. A. Law.on 703 4" or Hilt 11" Llvlng to., center of Rv." trirk. ih..J-
W of Ky A NUNEU 'X11: AlIt Blk stun Truby A Co' .I I Southerly along cent.ru'of a
I' of of BWU o! w'. '. 2Wo& All E8of 'e K Bub-DIv of NEW of track 831 feet, thence North ?

of't44W'4xE\ wt- HWU .;, >, Jllk 6 8 of H 8 W A 111 s NEH 21 8 23 Unknown 183 degree 45' West 50 feet to pot
-A to NWU of Bile 6 8 of R Lot 8,, 4 of Elk la. Llv- of beginning, lees railway rllh
.ti Bennett. A: N 240 ft of : 3 W In Temple Hub.Dlv .* InR.ton, Truby A Co' I of ways;
SWU\ of SWW of HWU 26 6 22 20 Unknown sot Ex 8 5 A Sold Mr. .or Bub-DIv In NEW of ., I TAKE NOTICE That plaintiffs
I eiy.l S' of NEW ofBWUofWU 1 Murrhree 21 t 23 B Unknown '.\ NEW 21 U Melta H.mmett 324 O. Jones. J. C. Jones and Cor l-
,. m % ft 814 of NW'i .. .... Com on B line of W,," ..' 4 i B.70 Lot 2 of Blk 29 LI lnlt'e. Jones, have duly filed their tvorl
!', ,f of 8E4. of .AW4! of Blk 8 8 of R 3 W tnn, Trubv A Co'. Bub- Bill of Complaint In the abel|
u Ry/ II U 1 Sarah Hogan 11.17 where S line of NWU Dlv In NEU of NEU III 6 II Unknown Court and cause against you ml
.1 Ja 4je N W'y If RW4 U p 2a to Margaret CarrClll 'l.U of HEU Seo 21 rro..e ". Blk 29 Ex Lot 2 Llv.Inir.tnn 221 each of you, and also agalnit Wf

u W'I,{, of 02W or NE of A run N parallel with Truby A Co'. C. Jones and Mary Jones, his ,ifj
SW\4\ II I U I Unknown 1.13b Koad 118U ft for a Bub-DIv In NEW of r.1.I ,. I: as defendant, wherein. the nli4;

1 lot 100 It Sq on N point flf boa thence W NEU 21 6 21 Joe Hogan 2.51 ought I I. the partition of said d'l
.1ds of IIW+ of IIIW4FJ at. right angles to Raid Lot. a, 4 of Ttlk 80 Uv- scribed property. among; the purtlff
of &.. .dJoli.ln& Itoad road 680 ft N lltU ft Inir.tnn. Truby A Co' In proportion to their. proportion'(
1 f Right of Way U II U Unknown '..11NE14 K 110 ft H 116U! ft to Kiib-DIv in NEW of .... 4 Interest therein In kind or byi a
r of NW\4\ of 8E'i lit II 112 SO H. L Brown 4.41 point of bet 2t. 32 D. E. :Robert 12.08 NEU 21 8 U Willie Roberta under Court decree; and you u
SOS
i N W 'i'X 4e' of :4 Lot 1, S o f Blk 1 8 60 ft of Lot 4 of Stilt : e hereby required to appear to ntBUI
11 f. n II U 1IS. P. W l rick 1.19'W Knight Sub Dlv of S3 Livingston, Truby' t of Complaint on July SOthj
a iii of NEt4, of NW4 n 0 U 20 T1I. H. Hubbard Co t.n HWU of HE'iLot II' 22 Unknown l.ul A ("n'. Bub-DIv In ;NE'i! 194t, In .aid Court and cau'otherwise '
SSL' of NWN of 4of i 8. of Blk 21 .n' of NE' U 6 22 Ida Slmmoue decree pro-cnnferso vii,
.. 34 of"8W'!" Knlghle Hub-DIv o f I Lots 2 3 or NU of Blk I II 422 be entered. against you. BruUH
NWf
n II n 10 lllnnle 8. Abney ,... HWU of SKV", II' 22 Unknown I 35 LI.III..ton. Truby County Telegraph I. designated tff.,
294
JIJ'1 of Nc4 of AE4' n I U 10 Narll"aret Carroll '.11 Lot 7, 8, of Blk 3 Pinehur.t I I A Co'. Bub-DIv In NEW duly qualified newspaper to po'l'
r Corn at NE Cnr of 14.a Dev 31 1 22 Maud Walnwrirfct ..u of NEU 28 6 U Alfred Bargee lush thl. notice once each week frl
111 a run W IUD ItM W H of all frac of R 3B E',' of Blk, 40 Llvlnr.ton tos four con.ecutlve weeks prior I if
.. I, 1010 It E1120ftN ; A of KU .Truby A Co1. Sub. aid return day. Witness m' its
W102 f Atao b.W II II U toS.R.: ShufClrd 1.06 of. Hlk 1 N of R3 E Diy in NEU of NEU U 4 22 BIlly IIrowD and official seal at Starke, Flan
nf NW14 of B of frac cold N. D. Lot 4 of Elk 48' LIVIngnton ..3' thin June 26. 1941.
,, NWt,4, a NW4ofP\ 4 Hagaman being 649 ft Truby A Co' Clerk Circuit C ItU rt B..dfo
of NW44 Nit of NE4 NASA being all said Bub-DIv In NEW of OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Tho
,9 R flf SWt4 of NW II II U 30 J. B. Whlt.h..d 11.18 frac. W. of B line of NEU U 4 U Unknown County,. Florida.
AW4 of II .,. of NW4 II I U 10 Jack Crawford a." NWU of NWU A BH of y. Lot 1 A SH of Lot 2 of 2.61 T. Frank Landrum
S of Nlil of NW'4 or8W4 NIeof Rlk 1 N of Plk 47 Llv 1 Ing fen. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
\ &.. 8W\4\ of NW": R2Eas.ofsw'4 '. Trubv ft CO'H Bub-DIv a-IT it 1.1
0' A W\ +' lento of 8W\4 of W\4 II I U IIS. W. :R1..don ..U In Temple Bub-Olv 22 4 22 14f Mra. Grace Ford ISt SU nf Lot 2 of Blk 48 I." In Circuit Court, Bradford C nt'l'
11. Ie N'1t of Lot All land lying B and
on Livingston. Joseph
Truby A Florida In Chancery "J
r I II !.. a.11 14ilu U. 16. H Bide of th. old Stark r ('n's "Hub-DIv in NEW. McMullen- Plaintiff VI. Olt !J
U. A N'At of Lot A I
49 Lawtey public road '
4 of McMullen defendant.r"
NEU II
80 M. Carter 1U .8 22 Mre. W. E. Torade Leona ,
I In Woodl.wn U 1:11 H. In Hec 23/ known a. Lot S of Plk 43 Llvlng 2.61 Monday the 4th dAY of AnnIe
Eli ClI Loot. 41. f. h the O. A. Thrower Br.Rroperty .i OIed,
Woodlawn 1OS. W. RI..don 1.80 .. .ton, Truby A Co'. A. D. 1>41. the defendant,
It I U 10 M A In Sub-DIv In whose reldta l
\ Leona
NEW of
Lot. 111. I. ." E'1t of lot of McMullen.
.5, U In Woodl.wn It I U 811 P.aeb Crawford .n NWU NWU of 22 t 22 11 Mr*. Grace Ford 8.31t Lot NEU"O" and all Lot. 1 II 6 22 Unknown 3.61 to I* unknown.the bill filed I. required against her to hens"071L' J

( Wlawo 1pt iii In Wood. Beg at NW Cor of HWUof '-" 1consecutive '
; t Ex N00\ ft of Blk 1 Thl. ord-r to be published
I Unknown 1.12I ., .
? U I II HWU run a 70 yd. .
N40 of Lot. I Llvlng.tnn Truby A .5.Ce's '- -: week :nAw'M
41. U. 43i for a point of beg '
In 111 1.., C. Ie Roy Cl.moD. 1.80 I I Addition to Town County Telegraph ,
Woodlawn
i It I 21 thence run E 100 ft H 4. of Btarke Bradford Count?
Lot. 1, I, ,. 81'" Nt4 of I 100 ft W 100 ft N no' .. Lot t of SSS3 4 22t I* J. Green T.S2Lot published in said
Rlk1 Living..ton. Starke Florida. June
S. Lot 18 a 81 It't" In ft to beg biAinded. N '. T* f! 18lhJIT'hlliJa
OFFlfc-IAL
Woodlawn 10 I 2:1: 1 I. Unknown 'I." by Prlngle 22 22 Aaron Hclley ft wife' Truby to A Co'. Addition lark SEAL) ARt a
Lotll U, t1,1 11' 'U, BH of Plk 1 S of R 3 454 Town of Circuit Court II h.
.
,: .ZO.
.
;(} U, U, IT & 'Kt ohf Lot r I ,E!: A all that portion of "Btarke. 22 Unk'nCJn. ., .. .01..u... County FloridaIOuR .
14 In Woodlawn 13 J. M. Norman 11," Hlk 7 ef Plk 1 ...171"g- -
10 II 22 :2 8 of R 4 E that
Ir' JC\4t\ of Lnl It aU lot lie. In $Wt4 of NWU .ton.* "1'"by.; A" Co'. ," .. ,! OK' APPM<"'TI01FOR
I 111 fn Woodl.wn 10 II U 111 1. R. Denmark I.U aN27ftofNEo Addition' to Town of '.. _. TAX r>EKI)
Lot. u. 34. 48. 47. 41 Blk 2 B of R 2 E& Btarke 28 t S3 Unknown 423 <* Bill t latiifEt
84''awn 10 I 2. 80 1. C. Ie Roy Clemons .... all that portion ofNEU NU, of Lot 4 A all Lot NOTICE r.\ =1 :p:" .
Lots 1 B. I. 10 W'1tflf > of 3 8 of R2 6. 1., 7, of Ttlk 2 LlvInir.tnn That E. B Evane holder ..t To'

11 all U. U. U. H N fRI half-.ectlon Truhv A Co'.. Certificate,, No. 488, issued! 'J' Jl.
10 !1. N\oo\ of fA A line A all that portion Addition' to Town of day of December A. P. !1"1. "J
.u U U. 80,1' W4 of folk 3 B.' of K 3 East e Btarke 33 4 32 Mr.. Jo* E. Wilton '.21 filed tame In my ofilceth i"ddhi'made
E'41wn Lot 11 In Wood- lying N of half-.ectlon Lnt. 3. 4 of Rlk 3 T.lv-' application J"

_ at II II II Mra V1I1a Starling 1.14 line Temple Sub-DIV 22 < 22 11 Unknown Inr.ton. Trubv A Co'. to be lowed thereon Said air''
Wt or Lot 17 all Lot. NRU: of NEU of NE' ISO Addition to Town of fleets embrace the follow!"' ,
11, 31' 31 In Woodlnwn A R 60 ft of NWW\ of Btarke 28 4 22 Unknown scribed property In the Count* 0
I.... d at I U 15 W. K. Bradley 1.111 NEU of NEU :!2' 22 11 Joe Altman Pike .6.. 7, $. of Liv.Ir. 3.It Bradford. State of Florida. to1NH '
Lot. 011 III. n. 58 InWoodlawn 8H of IiIEof SWU of 3.t3 l v cn. Trubv A Co'. of Blk 7 or Lots JIng.ton. I, LI"
'
11 1In: 40 Maud Walnwrlch<< 10.80 SWU Kx WI" 22 t 22t S E. K. Conway Addition I to Town of Truhy ft Co'. Sub' D"I'';
,' + i lot. I In Woodlawn 12 6 t! 10 trnknown 1.81HE'4 S'i' of SWU of NEU of 2.41 Btarke 38 4 22 Unknown of NR{ of NEW\ Sec. J> TwP' I
"' 01 IIW'4 0' NW4 1111 8 II 10 M. R. W.rne 1110It'IW'4 8W'. 23 22t 8 John William. Lot 8 of Plk 11 Llv.Ine'wtnn. S.tttot 1II B
of 8WI,! of S21: III II 12 10 Ueorge Coleman 1.11 Ml, of SWU! of NE'i of J.. Trubv A Co. The a..e...ment of the ,MM<1 prcP
NB-4 of NW\4\ 0' NW'. JoIW'. 222S 22t I Fd William/ Addition to Town of erty under the said certlfi<- 1'4
: Cemet.ry E. E AW'_ of BWU, 23 40 Unknown S44 Starke 88 4 22 C. F. Rlgdoa sued waD In the name of Da"and
f. fly A E x : 1.4 as 5 U tSs. 1. JlarreU 1.11 NRl. of :NWU\ 26 t 23 40 L. B. Mae Jordan" 3.90 Lots *. 10 of T'lk 11 Ttvlnr Rosa. Smith.
W '-4 nf N'4 of NW14nf E'* of SWE'4. of 4.23 .ton. Trubv A Co'. Unl*. said certificate .hlU) Iktedeemed
III" 111 (:'. f. & N. Dlnaf.lde ...10AW BWl of f'w4 II' II IOR.: F. Clark Addition' to Town of according to I
off NW1.
I U 40.... C. Sumner 41 1 W 3-4 of BWU of SWU! 4.43 ,BtarVe II' 22 C. F. Rlgdon property de.crlbed' therein law'wiBtb, !
t'I'fI4' of NE\4\ I 8 U 40 Unknown II." A BU of NW'. of BWU Lots 11. U. 14 nf Wilt 11 BStS99 old: to the highest bidder. $I
NEIo. of PE4: I 1 II 40 E. A. E"w.rd. 10P4 AlsoCnm 110 yd. N of Llvlna'.tnn. Trubv A courthouse door on the first :
of RW'4 nf AE4 2 I U to.J. M. Orlftie 3.U BW Cor of NWof Cain Addition to Town dayn the month of Auot"A' I..L
Hie" of NE" 3 1 n to A. Co Sumner 4.. HWU A run R 147 ,,,,. nf "Bt.rke' 23 4 22 Oliver Aaplnwall which 1. the 4th da uf
41) fIIP.\4:\ nf NWW of N 110 1'.1. W 147 vd.B : NU nf T/nt 1. 12g. all 1141. '1'4
1tnd P1 x N lOll It 2! 8 II SO Frank Bryant ...t 110 yd* to beg- Tint* 3. 13 A ..'. of nmtud title 10th day of Jii"-" !
8't of NW\4 of IIW" 9 1 :II 3D .John Ma."arl 4 U a 1-' A St 4 22 /1 R. F. Clark Tx t 4. 11 of P'k 11. ( ) A J Br.dind Tho'
N" of NW'4 of SW'4:. 3 I U 10 0.0. C. W"lte 3.n BH of BEU Of BEU Ex 322 ".'''''''.'''". Trubv A ('IerklofA'Ircnlt Court of 111IN .
Alf N24, of SWIoi W Of 1 A In BW Cor 27 4 22 1R.. F. Clark ('n'> Adtl'tlon to Town Count Florida ,.*G 3 / U as l\fr.. W. So Eppereoll .01 Sly.e>f SWU of NEU ANWU f I." nf ,w. rke .. 28 4 22 W. T Week. -
AlAItRo en4" of 8W48E44 W of ..f BEU A. NEU N nf ix<. 8 ff wok 14 13.41 '
:REE.fate!: of
} l 1 4 U 18 Maud Walnwrlaht 9 IT of BWH EoaJx W 5 A Tdvlnr.ton' Trubv A I J. A. J Deceased,
NW'4 of E of A Ex I 27 4 :22 n R. R. Prevatt ('n'. AiMttlon to Town I McKinney Da e
4't.. r.. 3 1 II 14 Unknown 11 WU! of HE I, of BRU 27 t 22 20 Unknown 1249 nf "pt.rV-" 23 4 S3 O. A. Ander.on To ln, all Clalm.Creditor.l and Demand P'rion.ii'.t
i 'a N U A 01 NP1\1 of SF-'ot a 1 as U Unknown 11.31 NWU of BWU. of NF.n: t 22 10 Kit William 274 15ee' tn 11 of *>1k IT 1.93 .aid or
d A 1& A of NI':1i: 0' PE4 W 13 A of NRU of NWU 27 4 22 13 Delia Keller 6:04 Ijvnrs'on) Trubv A Eatate; of are v.''w
/ & N\4\ nf AE4' 01 IIEIe a U Unknown 331 r-v. Attrition Too and each. you ?
/ u 6,1{ 4H A In SE Cor of NEt to Town
.t.l NItI a E S.4 nf PW4 of of BRU being SANAHbvM.ABAW of Btarke 23 4 23 Unknown anyficlaimd anduldemande|fl
rJ'' NI'V: a flE'4 I'x: W'ia }7 t S3 S R. F. Clark Lot. a. .. y. K. II 1A nnf I 7.11 ma, byc
s' ; t n' NEtt: of fl1'4' 8 21 830 l\f, F. Brown 11.11 Com ton ft 'B" nf NE Cor 131 Wlk 1* TJvl...tnn. you. or either of you,
a y 4 ,,' AE'F!: nf NW,", a Wy of of BEU of NEU A run Trunv A Cn'm Addition aralnt the estate o.of AsJ!fM''

1 fIIW\4 ,.e NE14 It 8 U 1I0.s. Bryan $8 1 W :210 ft M 105 ft E 'n Tnww' of *;...Vn 2 8 4 22 Unknown Kinney, d".a".d, late he ?
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.r PE4ofRR1g ofRt4 II' U 10 U. 1. K.re.? 1.17 210 ft N ins ft tn beg 28 4 22 I. 3. Keller BHto.. fl. 3J Llvlna.pen S.tt County Florida.. 'bll,
E!: A A of A4 tit Icned at Oraham. Flnrlila.hW
nf NEts8W.4 : of Com at NE Cor SEU ofNRH Truhv A Co 'a .
814 of NWonf \ Addition 2. day from the
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A Run 8 105 ft Town of notice, .
!tE4 I 2, II! Unknown 8118 W S1O ft for a pointof Pes. II publication of this .M n M
1"4" .f Nr14. II 1 !! tit Unknown S.1 Beg thenre run W Lot.. 1. \: !. 14 nf Rile 4 22 Unknown I." Each. claim or demand.,.,. IM!
W4. of aw'A n'i' 9 21 10 J. H. RU"h 3NN'a .0 J10 ft B 105 ft R 210 ,. Lt.-J.,.n. "'...... AI In writing' and .10.11 "f1/f!

0' ."1':4 A NE'4 of ft N 105 ft to P_ |8 3 {} 1 1. J. Keller" Cn'. Addition Town niece of residence andspand spy
'IW\4 F ne Rr 10 8 n 80 WII"e A..I" 113$ E .100 ft of N 348 ft 1.71 nf otarke 2S 4 address cof the claimantnr le
t. a S l11.of NW'4 nf NW\I HI II U 20 M. F. Brown 19.1 of WM .., NWW, of Ln... .. 4 ,a. II. y .. .. 22 Unknown 5.94 be sworn. to by the his or ot
Arr au ore MY" P1 e, n. 10 8 13 .4 Unknown 3.AAU ,U PEN rf NEW:: U. 22 Joeephln" William I." '''. 11. IS of Pile I.. her artorney.such fir rIal'' or air
of NW414 W'i of W 14" ft Of N 108 ft lvlnr.ton. T.u" &. Agent and any ball b. ":1"mancl ,
IIW1.C tof' IIW\4 n. f! 10 Unknown 161 o' BU of NWU of rMltlon to Town not so filed
to -14 of .WV, nf' "'''''I 11 II 18 "0 A. O. Ro..,. It II BKV! of NEW )Ex W 40 of Stark 2 z 4 S3 J. A. J. McKinney Jr. .1st.
E% of RW14 of HEI4 11 I II 10 Unknown ...0 ft 18 '( Unknown 4.S3 Administrator of the rb.
t S3 Eugene Hunter (Continued .11r.
( leis pare eleven) 'If J. A. J. McKlnney. BAlet jt f
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