Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1811 '

LL'dglrfl' T tEE tiTA1tKE J4'LOIUlJA. 1"RlDA"ULY 18. 1941 NUMBER m. _TlU"TY-EIG, _' ;1 i I

JoOOTVoops' "' The Aluminum DriveNote I Officials 'Pleased Two Catholic Buildings .p ,, .1.;;. xna er

( Pleaser! read all this! Ordinarily we write an article I At OutcomeOf 1 4

lay Remain in the paper and let the interest of the reader determine whether Now Under Construction : r s'm

or not he reads It. But this' is so Important to our National Defense ,

program that we vary, from our set rule and ask that you lax MeetingSix II, il I 450I
Camp ,. -;- read it through.:) I
Found &okell '\ "
While the County-wide aluminum drive for National Defense N ,

Blanding won't be does not begin properly until Monday, the Park Theatre to beginning County and City official tAarte'

Camp "deserted village' Its drive with a bang today-Friday. its mutlnee from returned' from Jacksonville Wednesday :' TuesdarP.l'ft' tAt ,,

cactly a 1 to 5 P. M. today Is free to eieoone, young and old who bring with high hopes of getting M
of the fact that the ; Starke and Bradford M v..
spite article of aluminum. County'generous
hundred If
any Literally not afternoon JI
Divisions putt slice of the 3 o'clock\ Tuesday I awhw
43rd huge $150: ,-
st and should take advantage of this two-fold t-bt'lplng\ ,
the Rev.; Thomas ,. Murphy
for 000,000 appropriation to be
head Dry spent
July 26 and Nation In lu great defense! and at \the time '
t program aanie seeing in the variousdefense areas Jp i turned a ahoveful of sod on '&\' ,..<,.,, "
ong, La., to encase: in sumer a good show. the United States. W M. Edwards Temple AvenUe' lot just south, of" .' 1".

maneuvers. But the County-wide drive under the leadership of the Brad chairman of the City; Bradford,Hlgb'school.campus. lie ,

estimates on the t ford County Defense Council;' will!! be held from Monday, July 21. Council and Board 0 f County was breaking:l't'OundDr:the hewCatnollo : ,I 6 + ewr

Basing through Saturday. July 26. H.tA.. | Carl ton; secretary of the Council Commissioners; S. E. Sparks,, church (SUrk. first) "i'

est t "unofficial" info.rma- : announced yesterday. The Woman's Club of Starke headedby Chairman of the County Board, and, recr.at'ohall' ; ,'' actual construction ,: :, (

on obtainable, it is believed Its president, Miss Evelyn Stump with the assistance of the of Public Instruction and also of''wblch, began Wed, i$ S

at between 7,500! and 10- : Junior Woman's Club. Miss Hope Haynes, president, will have City Councilman; Mayor N. D. II III nesday morning.Announcement'. < tt ,w 4 4sq

JO men will remain in camp : charge of the collection of aluminum in the city of Starke. Rev.C. Walnwrlght. Jr.; Dr. W. E. Mld- of-the; appoint>' S "

oughout the. maneuver i iiod. H. Allen has assured! that the Boy Scouts will also help when dleton. County Superintendent of ment of Fe.lh.er' Murphy ,a. ad: Ih .

Not such a staga-ar-I: and where needed.Agrlcutural Schools; A. J. Thomas Clerk of mlnlstrator''Of: I>the mission here -t' sAr
number, now the Circuit Court; and Carl Johns, wa. mad ..tal',week by the' Rev ." ?e
and Home Demonstration workers were called ANtal.
to the multiple City Clerk all attended meeting I Joseph P.I a Hurley; D., D.. Bishop :I '
come j upon today by Dr.. Wllmon Newell, director of the Florida Agri- I .
loe ,
In' addition toserving
Blan- at the George Washington Hotel ; of St. Augurs \ al.w,
rures issuing from cultural Extension Service to assist In every way possible in the first ",' R
where I t bother .a.pasterpftatk.'s
they along w
size ; Bro.a
g-but still a pretty aluminum-gathering campaign. This campaign! is part of a hopefuls met with high P. W. A. Roman Cathoitd pariah*,. ; FatherMurphy "q
le body of men, you'll have I ration-wide drive to collect old and unneeded aluminum to sup officials with reference to defense, A. :'wilt be Cathollo ,chaplain'' 1i: : 1y1.MM

admit. plement the vast supplies needed for the production of defense needs in their home towns 'ad.J at the State Prlaoni I Farm ,near {,. 1,1, '

it waa definitely announced equipment. counties. Ground here, and director' of,the National :; I twin

t week that the 74th Field. Ar- Catholic;..Community'Service* of, t" L *
II Farmers and farmer wives will be called upon to con- Both houses of' Congress have
'!cry Brlgada will ,remain I at tribute old aluminum utensil. and unused aluminum parts of paned 'the measure Three dif the U S>.O.S**t',Camp Blandlng. 'il p pCpmblaed ;14 s
shores of Klngsley. 'Va. t' of the church
its on the all sort Item desired Include pots and pans radio part, toys ferent groups of persons were Invited \ co' being '
Station Complement recreation' ,
will the and now
shakers, screening old waahlng-machtne parts, picture framt'll.book to present their needs In
and an Indefinite number i built her ,estimated at $15OOO ./ M' 51,1s'
oops the form of
priority Hits the }
Ice kettles Broken ''
ends traylIM88urlnl camera equipment
( cups .
Center. >
men at the Reception which would like to and the contract: bag been' awarded (t <
Estimated figures for, these and double boilers, bottle and Jar caps, refrigerator platen" and thing they x to the 'Trianon:', Development COI'J "
have fir.1 t, second, third, etc.
roe! groups are: 74th Field Ar- electrical appliances of all sorts. Anything tltat's made of alum Group one was the Jacksonville For News poratlon., Both) 'structure will be tM t-

lacy! Brigade 5,105; Station inum will do.Families. area. W. M. Edwards stated upon s one-story' and ,will b*. of concrete J, +" -say

mplement 1,700; Reception are asked to look around: for Items which they will his return Wednesday. Group block: .and' :stucco compoaUlon., 1 e

nter 535; total 7,420. In add Ito be able to spare. Gathering will begirt during the week of July two consisted of S t a r ke and CatholicChurch The .church, will 'be-TO, x 40, .land fr,. wass
on these men it Is possible 21. + 'rAluminum Bradford County, and Green Cove will contain ;.living quarter' ;forth

it guard 4etalls for every out- was one of the first items to be placed on the Springs and Clay County. The prle .' ,The recreation ''ball, "''I ..sa

t will add another( 1,580 etay-at- I priority list by the Office of Production Management The drive third group was composed of St. will be 2''g',44: ,' -and ''wUl containa us u

IDeS, and a number of negro is acute shortage and St. Johns reading, room) dressing room., .\ 4seii -
for aluminum scrap does not mean that there an Augustine County, ,t
will also remain In In shower.' .to: It.'will ,be taffed,,
oops camp of this metal. Aluminum, however, requires a long time to and Gainesville and A I a c h u a A w
Is considered possible that I by the U. B.0 ns ,
make and the quantity required<< for defense, production ta tre County.The tennis
inding's population will remain StarkeTop Space! tor\dIamond"batl.
ow to 10,009 during: the mendous. Ten thousand pounds' of aluminum go into a fighter Starke and Bradford hand b.n.: and other,..port* will :

uver period. lDa-j plane. It Is estimated that the present scrap collection will result County representatives having be provided at th*' rear of the rtbul1dlnp.
of aluminum. This will to worked out their plans In advanceof .II!
Another factor- that In obtaining 20 million pound go ..eventually an oPen 1
the were ready and
aa consolation: to Starke mer-I smelting plants where'1t will be made Into secondary aluminum the following meeting according to :Mr. picture: Father Thomas J. Murphy break ground for new air pavilion for' dancing win be, pIL5' f
release 20 of first-class aluminum from conatrUcttd., 1#dl
that pounds
tuU who little blue will million!
ar a overoipccu ;
Edwards, wa. their priority Hat. Catholic Church In Starke. Among Interested spectators: Chap of sew
other vital to the industry. Indirectly therefore, Pending completion the ,, y i iw
of summer alump Is uses airplane '
a I
The list I Includes 12,344,028. lalnsRlchard Scully,. John P, Mahoney, Allen H. Brown all ofCamp .
* fact that a new $1,500,000) the 20.000.000 pounds Vf (tlCrap'to'be collected will result In providing church, regular lna..ae atee being' t .a? f"f>
While \ do not expect
naturally, they Banding; Father John P. Sullivan of Gainesville; Albert aid In the-American"Legion. Hall, ::tI .
tract for additional construc- the necessary aluminum for 2.000 fighter- planes. all of, the thUsif requested Hartmann; Mr. H.,, K. Tucker,. Lt., Col. and Vtrs. Gv Cr Jr."ln'1 *.
West Call 't.t.:1 I2.
on ,. ;t
M at Blending baa just been ; will 'su ervUe'this drive la : ;
County, Agent JJ.TDyer. jthareas' need them and win. be glad
they Ben'.Sualow 'Evelyn'
.... .. Mrs.IKrPk Burns; Mrs, 'I'om'Orady. ;,; ,, Mm. Father Murphy announced.., 'J Iwens
tttoi'to' Watt .*<,>-filnelalof and' towns'ltffche"County. As to what, to.do
$ *l bthtr" to take them In the order named "I
Stephens, Ja*. Patray,.Mayor N. D Walnwrlght. Jr., And 0 C.,R. ..J
tit Palm Beach and the result with the aluminum, Mr. Dyer has suggested: "Get it together In or any other order If their own Waiawrlgh( '' '
Stegeburgtarchitect, ,, Lower left Mayor breaking A. 'H. Hall l Victim A dead
s civilian employment'will help boxes vegetable'hampers or other..containers and get It to the line-up does not meet with the approval "
ground for' recreation' hall. Lower right: Close-up of Father
"take up the Black" during'the nearest;.tore or postofflce, or bring It to Starke. Practically of authorities. for church Of Cutting ScrapeThree
Murphy breaking ground ,
* the soldiers ,
are away. ,all ,merchants will cooperate In taking care of It and see that it 1. Schools; addition and 16roomnew .,
Tie! bulk of the two division Starke Saturday. July 20. building ________ J214.528 men'are each out under ,; ?s .
Is brought to by
II leave Camp Blandlng July bond and one baa not yet -
and disposal $200
Sewage system
28, with some of the other To continue his instruction to those living outside of Starke, plant 160,000 City Goes ,After Contract Let been arrested following a cutting' \ I tS'd I r r'

iti moving out as early sa Mr. Dyer continues: "A few of the parties who will cooperate In 3. Water works ..._.. 100,000 scrap at the A. O., cafeteriaon i sa

IT r 23. At present the man- I collecting this aluminum are the courthouse, printing office 4. Recreation building, white Road 13 north of town about

vers are scheduled to start"Au-1 Park Theatre and Armory at Starke: the postofflce and Saxon's ___________________ 70.000 TIv-Bv-Nighters' By Standard Oil 0:30: o'clock,, Sunday night. Enoch t scan
it t 11, and to store at Hampton; the potitofflce O. II. Colson's store and Har 5. Incinerator --- 25,000 Kelley, Jesse Altman and WlllardAlvar Iu

at month and September. Some ; rison's store at Brooker; the postofflce and Shepherd's filling 6. Jail-County-city .. 40.000 I *. were arrested Wednesday ;

tuna think that both dlvialons I station at New River; J. H. Walnwrlght's store at H llbron; 7. Access roads, ?.... 1.600,000 One constructive piece\ of legislation Contract for a new' StandardOil by Sheriff A. 0 ,.Andreu while J e.nerib

U return to Camp Standing'for I Robert' store Thede's store and the po"toqlce at lwteyj; and 8. Recreation building colored passed by the City Council Filling Station to be erected I Claud Denmark of Jacksonville t,

short stay, before, proceeding I D. WV Moore's store at TheretMa. "Bring your aluminum to any _____________________ 50.000 Tuesday night was the way in on the corner of Temple and has not yet been arrested, JailorJ. e. Ill
an area neap Fort Bragg, ,N. be accumulated," 9. Fire station and equipment B. Rowe announced Thursday
where It
to other may
of these places or places which they handled the "fly-by- Pratt Streets, ha. been awardedto
, for extensive maneuvers In _____________________ 33.000 of morning. tip
Mr. Dyer concludes.Those night "wlll-o'-the-wlap" sort T. C. Ferguson of Gainesville,
tuber and November. to 10. Street paving .___ 100.000 According to A. H. Hall, 'vic'
living In Starke will please give your aluminum merchant.--who are here today and construction will about air I Iaw
in this C&8e. the movement will 11. Health center hospital tim In the fray. Sunday nightthe !
wait for them to call. 1
But don't and '
t from the camp's 45,000 pop- those who call at your house. basket ____________________ 50,000 gone tomorrow. July 23.This. four men came into his place 1
itlon about and 'Take it to the Park Theatre or put It in the large wire They fixed their license at f 100 and ordered a quantity of hamburgers *. ."
35,000 soldiers There seems to be no doubt In new station when completed
the that will be placed In the courthouse yard. for the first year of operation, tomato juice and Coca ,
Thirty-First Division, along the minds of the leaders that will not be tho largest In ea
*! the other former Guards (NOTE! The Starke Sign Service donated the sign on the,basket) Starke and the County will benefit and after that they would be Cola. They at. to their heart hxan
the but will be of the
charged the usual, normal fee. So city one
content and started out. wham.upon .*
a. aren't In for a longer than greatly from the appropriation ,( .+
most modern In this of the
stay a few weeks and are part 'a
many Mr. Hall asked for his
rear of services It will be de- and according to Mr. Edwards -
state, not only In design but Inall
it was said.
hUlled about the time the Health Unit "No Street the next two weeks should gone. of the equipment used, It Is money. When they refused to
at maneuvers are over in the decide just what we might ex Legitimate merchants, will of I pay h* said: "I don't want any,
mllnas. I course be charged the normal license I said.The trouble; all I want I. my money."

Council pect fee from the beginning., Mr building, of concrete block One of them replied: "We'll give
lat To Vaccinate Edwards: said. and stucco, will cost between 97,* you money AND trouble and

Approvedor S. O. S. Call,,:. 000.00 ..and $8,00000 and will be lunged at him Mr. Hall knocked *'

Starke of an entirely new type ,construc- him down;-, another came and he 4' C1tr.
Heightsstarke Ina suit to quiet title on ihe To Hold Exam
of Bradford _M.
Those parent : The Bradford County Defense tjon. There will be no dividing knocked him off,,,It wa. said. ,. ,r.
Heights, a new subdivl- County children who lire going Masonic lot across from the ftounrll U three weeks For Postal ClerksAn wall between the office and the That seemed to be more than, psuyrr

lying one mile from the post- to enter school for the first time Bradford County Telegraph officeon behind with Ira work. The 2.- grease lift used In the lubrication they could stand. All four of

won Road 28-the Lake But- fall cordially Invitedto West Call street-Vincent S. 60O person* who registered Important civil service examination of cars. Leather unholatered them had knives Mr. Hall Mid.
this are
Wghway_!U now offering lots the County St. John J. M. Slstrunk and L. for volunteer civilian defense which should be of Interest lounge chairs will be conveniently One of them cut him badly In the w
rile, according to Carl Johns bring; them to hate never been cls-slfled. to many Starke citizens of situated for customers having this left eyebrow while another cut I
for Brad
Wr. The plat consists of 23 ( Health Unit for smallpox vaccination O. Powell as trustees That meat be don before the younger generation will beheld type of work done. Cleanliness hi. shirt to shred from the back ye Mro

> 8 of which face the hlgh-I and diphtheria Immunizationon ford Lodge No. 33 Free and Ac- anything rise. can be done. here at an early date. It is will be paramount and there will merely scratching the skln.t A ,

y. and has been approved by I Friday August 8, ,10-12 A. cepted Masons, plaintiff vs. E. K. The Council had the promise for the position of substitute clerkIn bo no danger of customer third man hit him In the, mouth

Board of County\ Commtsslon- P. M. The Health Ferryman, et al, defendant-the of W. I'. A. and N. Y. A. the post office l service at clothes becoming soiled when near with a Coca-Cola bottle. Dr M. I sir

M. or 1-3 City Council I n regular session aanlntancp. Tlil promised aW Starke and Camp Blandlng. lubricating racks. B. Herlong put five stitches In r sun

The j Iota 1 will Unit .ia located on the second Tuesday night answered a* fol- bas failed to materialize. Ho Applications must be on file The lot on which this station I,his eyebrow and two In hi. lowerI

ns to 1330.range Mr.in Johns price floor of the court house In lows; far the Council nan,, had only with the Manager, Fifth U. S. will be Installed Wall purchased by I r

tad Monday. He expects toe Starke. I "No street exists, or has ever one N. Y. A. girl, and she Civil Service District, New Post the Standard 011 Company about lip.Mr.. Hall and one waltrese; Mia Asa
t and has her two week off. Office Building, Atlanta. Ga. on and until recently ,
two other streets-one runt Because of limited time existed through the property alleged now two years ago Oren Padgett were closing up.

North and South and the large clinics. Dr. B. R.' Boone, to have been occupied by U It not p ' volunteer service* for a I blanks may' be obtained "Southland Amusement Park" wa. out-numbered and In a' dan .
T runnIng East and Wert. health director, will be un- : Comer L. Peek a. his homestead the ar
w.fl lrubdlvl o' lytagr just able public to hold Individual pre-school at the time of hi. death. It fur few days each of five or six from the Secretary Hoard of U. which moved to make way for the ;eroua predicament ,she ran to $wr "i

city limits of Starke. clinics at each school and therefore i ther admits5! that there I I. no mm or women, or hlgb schoolboy 8. Civil Service Examiners: Post erection of Starke's newest filling the residence, which 1. In the

, Johns stated( that he expects will gladly receive the preschool street across block 18. as per the .. and girls Thin !I. Im- Office Starke, Fla. station back of the cafeteria and woke f'

make arrangements 'with the children at the HealthUnite map of the original town o f peratlie.e have failed. to "It pays 65c an hour and the up Hall' brother O. F, Hall who
ty Government aid. If Mr* R. S Fernandez came rushing out with a .hovel.
authorities to have water office on the above men- Starke recorded In Deed Book N secure work Is regular. Coffee Pot Sold
t. end< perhaps 759' records In the officeof you will assist, please see II. veteran poetoffice clerk The men hurriedly left the place .wy
even sewage tioned date. on page the be- Elton Martin, who for the' past iMar
at are without
Secretary. "Many paying.Garbage
nut out to the plot. session the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof A. Carlton. stated Thursday.
Is s
As soon as school County Fla. This Bradford County Telegraph ing used In the pon toff Ice at eight or ten months has operated "
Miss, Margaret Hoxsey. public Bradford or not under the Coffee Pot In F. C. Jlolllng.worth' .-
Friday who
P038Ums 5 make regular defendant admits that there !snot or telephone 29. Camp Blandlng are t Days: t
Days will South Walnut
I r health nurse service because our register building on
'. extending street across an extension Saturday. civil I'
In view of any the businessand Mon. Wed. Fri.
sold out
I'Chlbald school In needof street has
Johns. st.p-he. school health to the West of said block 18 until Is exhausted; and we are cAcil
in Phil
'Ier cooperation transferred his lease to
' flAb erman. trapper, and and, get to Court street; that Wallace Kelsey several clerk. Garbage. collection In the ;
ua1 trainer matters to all principals you Tel' r y, Mr. Hollingsworth an- ., ,W''re4
. par excellence, ben Court street I. a street running The lease residential sectlona of town
that his dog. Mack and teacher. between Madison street on the Funeral services were held at Commodity BuildingThe nounced to run. will he ma-tie on Monday ;
Prince still has about two<> year y .
j' have "t a new recbylrceing DrizzleSay South and Call street o n the 10 o'clock Thursday morning In Council voted Tues- Wednesday. ad Friday of I !
If poesuma In five Drizzle, North and lies to the West of the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel for City earn week according to an (
"They were -all found Walnut street a distance of 338 Wallace Kellsey 74, who died day night to rent the commodity Masonic Meeting announcement yeaterUaqr\ by' Ii' :
sot lots
4In" not building and its two --
Illy place- and must have rained on Saint Swithln 1-2 feet. Monday night at the home of arother. Mlllard Judd for $10 A special meeting of Bradford ,W. M. toward: chairman of ., S
IU olrt It 103x109--to '
lOW with a 'lot of Tuesday. "This defendant further says W. T. Kelley In Weirsdale. would not sell Lode No4 33 F. A. M. will be the City Council.

;: ;ne4"14r.. .J 0 b u .aid. Day- to tradition. that that It does not claim any assessment The deceased had been employed per month. They thinking. they might held Monday. July 21. at 8 o' All property owner are i, .I
gglng tbe paeeuma. Mr. According 'In the tract ) at the State..Prison Farm the property meeting has asked to cooperate with th* I- 15's
40 more or street right* the clock P. M.: This .
In for It I. near _
Q buOeIll't do anything with mean //we're weather. of land described In the bill of for the past 14 year** The Rev.A. need It again. at tM Intersection been called for degree work and ttjr .by ptarfftg d gaHMM. +ld'< .east. ,, s

row them away, Most day 'of rainy be complaint belonging to either the E Ltghtfoot officiated at theervioes Seaboard depot, street and Road alt members are invited C. A.Putcb :. near the street, curbing. on. {rte
nit thCOlored fr1eod8 would Of cfrnme-tradition can plaintiff or any of th* df.ndanta. here, and burial was In secretary announced. these days. ;
118 2 o'clock. 48. i'
'4 a. terrible waste of wrongi ." Inverness

Let' hop .01! "

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similar to that occuring in Germany after 1 OTHER PENSIT
The Bradford County Telegraph the first World war, when literally billion .

1{ kr f, Kstablliihed 1817 of marks were needed to buy a loaf of
I l II" bPItt-M Weekly on Fridays and Entered m. See LIKE; IT OR NOT kVKATIIERi
e i ..4 Class& Matter at.the Post Office at SUrke Flo There are others who still believe the The American people have a i Keeping well in summer depends

i, ,al -".--- -- --- --.--- -- government can follow its old policy of forcing Job to b* done; they might as well more upon the habits and
MEMBER. = r-ft more and more Federal securities on the accept that fact and begin the surroundings of the Individual

FLORim PRESS ASSOCIATIONS\ banks. But this, long enough continued, task with determination. than upon the weather. Essentials -
food, exercise,
Additional taxes are necessary, are proper
,' NAnQNALEDITORIALASSOCIATION\ j breeds still another kind of inflation-credi: even If they are not pleasant to \nd rest, along with home sani

tI > 1941 JMK. inflation-which in the long run can be disastrous think about. We are spending tation. Less food la needed;
___________ Editor and Owner
+ L,Mattliews .
to a country. billions on our National Defense meats, starch foods, and sweets
---* n ot heat and should be
? KATE program and we are using part produce body
SUBSCRIPTION What it all comes down to is that that that to help Great Britain another eaten in moderation. The diet 13
Yearly 1.75; Six Month, i Hl.OO- ON! EARLY 1yPeWRIfERHADVeAI
part of the defense program which cannotbe countries which are fighting should consist largely of vegetables 7 S LIK! A_ PNNO you
x VERSE against aggression. That bill and fruits, and plenty of G" By P..*' IG ON fl E KEy9O
financed out of current g o v e r nment \
"For I am persuaded that neither death,, nor must be paid. The only way to water. All foods should be pro- .
w + revenue, must be financed by borrowing directly it Is through taxation. tected from flies and eaten while ,42g
principalities, nor powers
fe nor
f nor angels
i'' from the people. That is why the President Roosevelt warned u. IN t>rrfKerue 5W1kES
height nor
"rr iii things present, nor things to come nor fresh.Outdoor IN FIRS1"SMQIoI1 @
that we would have to make sac- e x e r else is needed, +
is defense bonds
able issuing special
depth,, nor any other creature, shall be to Treasury G'19+f WfgNOUM TOIBOOTAM&
rlflces. Let's look at It this wayAnything :
separate, us from the love of God, which Is InChrist now-and why the nation's banks without worth having Is ,worth especially by women and girlsand l/IL ....11III:::.
Indoor workers walking is '
''f qlt c Jesus our Lord,"-Romans, 8:38: -39, to themselves doing everything in for ; --- I -
profit are sacrificing\ for or fighting excellent. And there should be a _
;3.10.000moimrnTiH: /
w their power to encourage their purchase. If necessary Very few thIngs dally bath to remove body waste MACH'N 6lJ'"! II'ClOt' I,

Your Old Aluminum Kettle We've reached the point where all of us are worth having are easily obtained. brought out in perspiration, and ON SWfPer//,
Real satisfaction and contentment to the akin and I 1600Ill'PJlW l BDAffACHED /
k' Might Help 'To Thwart Hitler going to have to finance defense-and no eomes through working for whatwe active.keep The bowels pores too open, shouldbe ,4 [[ C9el r

;k: Have you a leaky aluminum pot in your one else can do it for us. really have. kept open, but if a vegetablediet

: home? Perhaps that sounds oid-fash- Is eaten and enough exercise
i Uncle Sam wants it. toned or'even trite, but It is just taken, no trouble should be ex-
M.f, Ills Campaign PromisesAre
as true today as It was 150 years perienced with the bowels.-The
Have worn-out tea kettle, a has-
you a Being KeptIt ago. The men and women who Progressive Farmer.

been pie tin that you aren't needing any-' is refreshing to find i a candidate settled this country had to work
? hard and sacrifice. Certainly, we BRUISES HURT PRICES
more actually making an effort to keep his cam-
Industry needs it to re-melt and fash- of today are willing to do the Recently we bought a nice beef
r paign promises. same thing t ion into various new articles 80. that the best kitchen boas took one whiff at It
"I Governor Holland, soon after inauguration Those who are trying to change
; quality aluminum may be used in the man- started practicing the that things in the world are sacrificing and back to the market we had to
facture of airplanes for U. S. Defense. more than the American peo- go to exchange it for one free of i
aluminum is he preached. Refusing a salary 1 increasefor I ple will be called upon to sacrlflee. bad odor. This rejected roast was \ tafMOfHue root -
The production of woefully himself (an action probably unprece-! They ;'a r e paying heavier perfect in most respects. It was I mwsearatav/ 'IIIItC'N r1ILAWJfrawrxrpyp
gvdMUklrsfrq Al-moOCH 5 PCTSOMABe!NtFPtP fOMAMT*
r' in the / !
v short of what will be needed dented in the annals of American :politics]) taxes and, in addition they are nicely mottled and clearly showed muff rf ou/cvr 163 AVfRAOT COAST-HXOM.T" PtAN!,ABOUT SB fMfU
gt'' next twelve months if the defense program I receiving their food through ration that It came from a highgradeanimal. /lwevr tIS fIf9T HIT MM if ARC IHVPtVrf M rAM AIRLINe\\I'1.leltf.OPMPNNy ACCOmiH woe
he vetoed the bill raising circuit judges' sal- -'NJ! IiMUrT?
l The odor came from an
cards they have given up
is to forward with the speed for which ;
go aries to and vetoed other outside about half the size
from $5,000 $6,000, practically every luxury. If they: spot
a : the entire country is pleading. Therefore measures cutting a ,total of $290,000 from can do it, we can also if neces- of your hand very plainly a basic place of religion In national Is prepared I to distribute is

Uncle Sam is putting it up to the patriotic state He 'also dropped a large sary. In this I land of plenty, bruise. defense books containing the Peal
individual-to plain ordinary citizens like expenses. however It is not believed that This bruise had brought on decay In a message 'to P r e s I.dent the New..TestamentIn ,
most of us in Starke. number of surplus employes from ,various ration cards will ever be neededor In spite of the best care in Roosevelt earlier this year Dr. addition d e n o m I In J
departments. necessary. tilling and curing and that Rufus W. Weaver, speaking In behalf which do not have a chap)
"If you're such a believer in national In the coming struggle whichwe had resulted In rejection of a of the General Committee of
Many campaign promises in r e c e n 1 t a camp are providing gp>|
let's do part by con- believe ahead valuable of meat by the and Chaplains, declared -
defense see you your Is Just every piece Army Navy leaders to minister to the i
have been and
tributing old worthless aluminum years so lightly spoken so American both men and women consumer. As we looked It over that the United States 1s of members of their faith i
IV your promptly repudiated, it is like a renewal of will demonstrate the stuff ot we could picture aome of the'unnecessary facing a religious crisis unparal- receiving the c o-o p e rail!
ware, Uncle Sam Says. which made. They will roughness we have seen leled in Its history. Our times
faith in human nature to find a man whois they are Army chaplains in carry!
The Bradford County Defense! Council the same man in office that he was in tighten their belts another notch In loading animals to take themto cause deep questioning.: And theuprooting their activities.
will begin its Aluminum' Scrap Campaign and stand behind the American market. We could visualize of young men' from accustomed It is a wise decision top i
the hustings. way( of life and meet with that some of the banging" with heavycapee walks of life throughconscription the new. army with every <
to fill the '
next Monday thus helping national same determination every prob- given cattle and bogs in the transfer of men tunlty for religious wonhljj

shortage that is bottle-necking' the Freedom Of Seas GuaranteedBy lem of the future.*as America has stock-y rds and sales rings. rAnd to new fields for work In defense I I a world where dally develop
defense effort, and the point is stressed that In.the past.-Clovls Free Pi'ess. that made ua wonder why an Industries, tend to separate many tend to''bring dlsllluslonmtn|
wanted. It would Seizure Of IcelandFew ablebodied man finds it necessary from normal civilian relationshipsand dismay there is need for :
SCRAP aluminum is
only true Americans failed to thrill BABIES IN HOT WEATHER to carry a heavy walking undoubtedly present a challenge turn their thinking to IJH
harm rather than help the defense effort to when they picked up their newspapers one Doctor what general rules maybe stick the minute he approaches a to the church. foundations h r 1 I. t Ian I
discard good, usable utensils since the resulting followed to keep baby well dur- cattle pen. If handlers of live- The Army's answer to this development Monitor.
t morning a week or so ago and read that hot months? stock must have, something for -
void would eventually require menu ing the summer Is e x p a anon of Its
ar; the United States Naval forces had occupied Keep the baby and his clothes their protection why not the keen Corps of Chaplains to provide, one CARON PAPER-S 1-8
aad machines to make replacements. If Iceland.It clean let him stay in the fresh end of an old-fashioned buggy for every 1,200 men In uniform 8 1-2 X IS: S2 per box.
your aluminum is good and in service-keep air night and day, avoid digestive whip, something that will sting and construction of chapels at FORD COUNTY) TELECB
it was the most daring and timely move upsets and bathe him every but not bruise.T h e Progressive every cantonment and base at the GRAPH.

since patrol work in the Atlantic was in- day. Diapers should be washed Farmer. rate of one for every regimentor
One patriotic housewife asked "Would troduced, and President Roosevelt receivedthe as soon as they are soiled and comparable unit. ALL KINDS OF BLAND
/ it be all right for me to keep my aluminum dried in the open air. In hot I RELIGION IN THE ) Carrying on a tradition of 129 CONCRETE WO
acclamation of the American people
pots and make a money contribution of their weather take off baby's clothing. Provisions being the years the American Bible Societywill A. A. ANNIS
from coast to coast. As a rule, baby needs more water United States Army for the supply ''each of the chapels CONCRETE MATEBU1
instead? It is all right to keep
r ralue The U. S. Navy is expected, by this and not so much food. Give hima spiritual welfare of men In trainIng with a pulpit Bible and the GId- 233 Washington St. I
and if anyone has a few extra dimes or dollars few teaspoonifula of clean are encouraging to millions eon Society, which for years has Opposite Depot Ft><-|
the thing to do is buy Defense Savings move to drive all German raiders from the boiled water (cooled) several of Americans who recognize the provided Bibles for hotel rooms

,'; 4 Stamps and Bonds. Uncle Sam hasn't his seas, between Iceland and eastern United times a day. Often when a baby I

hand out for donations of money either. All States ports. It is the best guarantee to cries; it Is thirsty. unclean
Too little water, or
of us will help pay for Defense through keep Germany from tiptoeing westward water, stale milk or food lack of '

taxation. No one should make unnecessary since the trade of fifty i destroyers for fresh air I dirty surroundings, LIFE'S UflCROUIIlED HEROES

sacrifices at this time British naval and air bases. The United too much clothing, to much handling -

States has beaten Germany to the and too little sleep may
Beginning July 21, all scrap aluminumwill gun. cause digestive upsets. If bowels
be assembled at central points in all Germany cannot and will not be permittedto come loose and watery and the -n <3

cities and towns. Later it will be sorted take one more step, small as it might be, baby vomits, stop all food and
rive plain boiled water until you ....
toward this hemisphere.In .
and shipped. It will not go into airplanes have consulted your doctor or

because scrap aluminum is of too wide a addition to the seizure's importancefor nurse. Screening the house, or at

variation but it may go into soldiers' can the defense of this hemisphere the aid east the baby's room, Is a good 'p

i teens thus making more pure aluminum to Britain in forestalling an invasion is in- means of protection against tiles, I ',"1 '
_ but it Is even better to destroy V
available for airplanes. calculable. It is welcome news to the British their breeding places.-The Progressive

Don't throw any aluminum away be- that an armed force of around 50,000 to Farmer.

tween now and July 21. Have it ready to 60,000 troops, that may well be used in the \
throw on the pile and enjoy the satisfactionof defense of England, can now return home. you ever stopped to think /

knowing you are doing a little bit to help Since the United States will finally take that very often people who are ;! .\

your country defend you and your loved over the defense of Iceland these troops happy and successful have based 1 'I' kir

sacs.i will be available for fighting elsewhere.It their lives on four friendships?
The first friendship Is with
is:: admitted that the occupation of people. They are good neighbors. ",,;; '

The Right 'Way To Finance Iceland brings the United States closer to a They[ are courteous thoughtful,

i ,The Defense Program shooting war. The Importance of Iceland as cheerful associate with t Other them.people They like are to .U ;- al
The sale of Defense Bonds in Bradford a spot from which to launch a naval war on leaders in their work. Vt

County thus far has bten disappointing. It Germany is unquestioned. And if Germany The second friendship Is with ::/ \ I.
the issue Germany's true intentions books. These people never lose ;
would be a wonderful gesture next week if accepts ::
the desire to learn, and one of the :
would defense bond toward the United States may soon be :: %
everyone purchase a ways they Improve themselves is :: ... %..
large or small, as well as making a gift to brought out into the open. through good literature. Through ::;

the government of all useless scrap alu- The occupation means simply that the books they learn more about the
business In which they are engaged -
minum. United States is now prepared to take over oJ.
whether It Is being a successful -
Defense Bonds are the one safe solu the main problems of shipping over the farmer or a skilled sur-

Lion to the problem of how the Governmentis route between Halifax, New York Boston geon.Next '
to finance the defense program. There is and Iceland. That will be a great responsibility Is friendship with high n. A THE COP WHO GIVES
ideals. These people know right
a small uninformed group which still feels but the' U. S. Navy is:: ready to accept from wrong and avoid the.wrong IIU..V A PRETTY GIRL

that the easy way out is simply for the government it. The United States is prepared to II as much as possible. They keep A TICKET '

to issue more money-to turn the accept losses, along with Britain, and those 'I' their promises t can be depended -

printing presses loose, and to pay as we go losses may come at any time. The United I Last upon.Is friendship with God. Temptations to stray from duty

with crisp new currency. That would be States is risking war so that aid to Britain : They believe in a higher power, lure man at every turn. Brave indeed ,

the most ruinous course this country could and the freedom of ,the seas will be guaranteed read the Bible, attend church regularly is he who can front the wrath of a ,
; and help to on the pretty woman's scorn and hearken 4f
carry to1
take. That would be direct inflation. The but in doing so is taking the cheapest church work in their community.Is JW duty. EFR -

dollar would buy less and less. Prices would and most certain method of assuringits not this a goal all of us can

spiral upward with ever-gathering momen- future security and gaining time to pre- strive to reach T The Progressive Fit toast to such and other heroes 171

tum. And the result would be a collapse pare its home defenses.per Farmer. well is pledged with JAX the famous
M'JH Drink of Friendship.
OIL STAGNANT WATERIt's Smooth mellow,
NEW IIOTOGKAI \LLERY: I month, with the privilege of have taken their stock and left time we were picking up downright good JAX makes great moments -

Friday of last week F. C. Boll a two-year extension it was said. I Starke. According to Mrs. Barks- all old tin cans and putting them really great!

Ingsworth, real estate operator, According to Mr. HoHlngsworlh dale, they went from here to 'where they will never hold water

leaned to the Bon-Art Studios, they will open a photographic Richmond. Va. where they will long enough for mosquitoes to
hatch. Water must not be allowedto Ti .
\ .1 rr 1 .f _
ti for few and then i n
:Inc., the North space In the new stu.llo. The Bon-Art Studios Is stay a days stand as much. five days in
'Titus Olson building on South a part of a national organizationone go on Washington. D. C. fora buckets, washtubs or even wash f'n..h IM ,; JAX ( ., v '

Walnut street near South street.Th of the largest in the United week or ten days. Mrs., Barks- x>ts. Top minnows will take
"! deal was made with J. C.Whltelock States, he stated. dale stated that they have beenin are of mosquito larvae In stock Can't Buy a Better Beer

District Manager. S21\ ponds or Illy pools. Other stagnant BEER
the habit of following up fairs. At Any Price fJAX
Lynch Building, Jacksonville. The FINFERS LFST.ltKE: places should have the surface -
lease was sent to Atlanta Gu.. Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Flnfer, who l\1.\srscu--;;: coated with oil. That's a
company headquarters for the for the past six or eight months COVERS: l good place to UM some of the oldr&nkcase union mno E
signature; of the president The have run a small jewelry storeIn per 100- BK.\DFORD COUNTY oil.-T h e Progressive
lease was for two years at $75 a corner of BarksJle' store TELEGRAPH. I I Farmer. IREWINC COMPANY Jacks. .He Flr.a



JULt81941:1 1t 5.


RURAL ;June 1943. Ample feeding means!! MERCHANTS TO FILE a short distance East of ,Kings- Mr. Clute,, stated, "high and dlry '! )''I
Get Sleep 'in Hot Weather COMMON that egg production which usually. INCOME TAX RETURNS H*
SENSE. In price.
to J ley Lake on Road 48. Roswell K. and reasonable :
Ov/ begins dropping In June, should BY AUGUST: IM J r -
Penney represented the Foremost I did not know what the propertywould \
INCREASE CHICKENS, EGGSA remain' at higher levels in the .
State :
Comptroller J. M. Lee has ,
late summer months. Properties, while W T Clute be used for but T m1t
nationwide drive to produce Also, to fill poultry houses to line extended for merchants until!! August to file 1 the returns dead- local realtor, made the sale. The I Abe I I[ surprised how attractive -It "j j 1
every possible from
flocks this egg spring and presentlaying sum- capacity this fall and,.next spring required by the new Inventory property brought $2.000 or $50( !will be when you learn what w.. ':
mer has been launched. by Secretary with laying hens the Department I tax and occupational license j per acre It was said I I are going to do there," the 'b"7'I I

of Agriculture(; Claude R. Bays an increase of'around 13 per scale. "It is a nice piece of land," I ers were quoted as saying.aasasawaaraeaawaaeaa. i "Ma t
Wickard. 1 He said the deadline
Florida farmers are was extended -
cent In chicks raised over the 'Cle
joining those of other states In 30 days at the request ot
number in 1940 Is advisable. r
the effort. This state does not E. T. Lay secretary of the Florida ATA
w" now produce enough for Its own hatchery industry is geared to Merchants Association who POPULARPRICE S"!
ra needs. take care of this Increase. Ac- 'said retailers have not had timeto

The effort Is a part of the nation's cording to Department experts, : acquaint themselves with the it
,new tax laws.
determination to assure am- supported prices should enable ran
'4 ple food supplies for the United producers to go ahead with plans I Return blanks were mailed to I
vi States, Great Britain and other for feeding for maximum egg I the merchants only late last week' to"ad
nations restating aggression, and production and Increasing the the comptroller said and there a
should increase egg productionfor !size of flocks has not been ample time for themto
.t S't the whole country in the next be filled out and sent' backto I ,,.,q
i ? Eggs, It Is pointed out, are ) p a{
a 15 months by about 6 percent or among the foods selected for Increased his office.
% about 10 million cases of 30 production because they The new Inventory tax of $10 nnia1
5 dozen each. each worth of stock
4 .a a eggs are Ideal for converting ever-nor on $1,000 t
t The goal can be achieved poul- mal granary feeds 'Into defense In effect, replaces the one-half
_ try specialists say partly by am- foods. Production can be steppedup !! percent gross receipts tax which '1 ns v v'A
ple feeding beginning Immediately very quickly by better feedingof the recent legislature repealed
-and partly by filling up hens already on farms. Eggsare The occupational license scale foe m OaJ i ifrat I q
the Nation's poultry 'houses to highly nutritious and can be stores also was revised slightly
capacity with laying birds this kept' In coM Btorgae for several by the 1941 legislature nEW

one ot that hot-weather -Lie out "as straight as Is com- fall. Feed supplies are plentiful, months or In frozen or dried ( a 1 w'M
you and prices moderate, and the De- form for more. K1NG8LKY L.KEClt1G"!: *
draggle to work afterorcbing fortable preferably on your a year or / 4 4EMERALD
that night, puffy of eyebaggard back though any other natural, partment of Agriculture has an- Thus It Is believed that It la On July 9 the Foremost Properties ___ I
] from lack of sleep? untortured position will invite nounced it will support longtermegg I to the beat Interests of farmers Inc., of Penney Farms, {nue r.
( prices> at an average of about the country over to increase laying old to Evon Berryman and' Viola GREEN >'! -
,fit that worse another than hot'the day weary isAW Lie sleep.,STILL but without 22 cents (Chicago basis) until, flocks up to housing( capacity. Goss a 40-acre tract of land lying BOTTLES cMraaarovj" ...,..s.ase..."' ........_ at ''t *a w i iS j jt

Work must be, got holding yourself rigid. Squirm ____._ .... t 5 B
.. >
UP- --=-- -- -' -. -- :';='::::::::--:':::::=:'- ._--.::-::::=::--..:. 5; S
jBt-OT a household must beud ing and tossing burn energy, '
your energy reserve is make you hot and rumple the 'i

1 because of lack of sleep bedclothes into the bar gain k
are numerous'steps youtake making you hotter.
re 5e
to get yourself that After 20 minutes, if you're still '

less i restorative sleep in hot. awake try this physical relaxer. FREEAluminum 'J

:ber. Here are, a few:, I Flat: ,.on your, back' wlthtyour ** .
KW on cool, clean sheets''arms at your sides concentrate on .tom enNM
under one stretched tightly: one part of your anatomy at a ,, ." I
Wear absorbent cotton paIMS i time. Tense the muscles, tight, '. t ,
or a gown. I thinking consciously of h o w it
Don't go to bed hungry- feels then relax doll-like.
thing will keep you awake If" you don't relax: Into sleep ': :" ., i?**!*"

1't surely. A cracker or aass after that, don't torture yourself.Get Matinee j 1AT
of milk will allay hunger up get a drink of cold, not
Fractions without raising 'Iced water, read a little until you
y; temperature or overtaxing get sleepy' then stroll back and : I adwa CIn
_.r digestion t go off to sleep. NEVER; NEVER '
iKeep a bottle of witch hazel say grimly "I must get my sleep TilE ,
rubbing alcohol In' the Ice- ,,-tomorrow's a busy day." Anxiety f n ,Iwir r
pat it freely all over your raises your temperature f1 uelr i ias
y. Do not dry it off, for Iturea tightens you up, puts sleep off
i your body' temperature. :even farther. PR UKTH
Friday From I OW"u


by By Miss Mary Townsend E RTR E5TRRKE %

][..... :M. W. Morrow t f H It) ,

> l li'SS
EKIratlan Tuesday evening, ;July 8, a
-Services 'at '3:30: P; minstrel In which Inmates 'of the ,' 'i 1

|and 8:00: P. M., Capt.. James institution hero took part, was EVERYONE ,BRINGING ANY ALUMINUM ARTICLE TO THE PARK THEATRE'
dlln, pastor. presented In the auditorium of '
c, '
iiptlst-Services at 11:00: A. Lula Blitch Hall. 'WILL BE ,ADMITTED FREE AT THE ABOVE MENTIONED 1l0URS' i'
|and 8,00 P. M., Rev. C. A. The minstrel which 'featured '
t f .r. "i
pastor I the wit and humor of !\aiford, TO SEE t, r
is ,, '
\!. and Mrs. Eilory Geiger of.ken t had,, been .well planned anddir, (, "" B-fl
Ga., were guests Sun- rected and was pronounced a real .
I ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffon success. UrllfHtfiS
5 This Is LondonWith ; ,: \ ,
| In addition to the main show, 0 .t. a
liable Bridges of Dundeet there were entertaining aide ;- la *
|t the week-end with Mr. and lights such as a burlesque skit. .':,I'' ..I.Ii \
Gerald Adkins and family. 1"Little Nell," clarinet and trumpet \,' ; rna t tax
In. Elva Smlty left for Jack- 1 solos, tap dancing, vocal solos, Robertson Hare and Binton Churchill
Jllle Saturday where she wilt 1 rhythm 'with spoons and several ". ". : 54a a, I
i friends the orchestra.In ; < ';
and relatives. {numbers by prison L ; +
11 i Inez Davis of Rome Ga., Is addition to the local people > "do'-
|ting her mother Mrs. G. W who attended the minstrel, --LI "' .Na anwmr

D and sister Mrs. Eugene Starke, Raiford and other nearby .. '. t:"I"'V" 444" ,
communities were represented In ,,,', ', .>-It&.:' _'JW\. -' I N.. l a
1. ,
apt. and Mrs. James L. Sand- the audience. ,N .
,,' r ;rt r
and daughters Paul Marie ',The minstrel was sponsored by Also' Starting Of A New t+ .asr

Connie Lee, were the Tues- Supt. L. F. Chapman Mr. ;J. G. eaa
evening dinner guests of Mr. Godwin-Rev. L. A. Shepherd and '
Mrs. T. C. Chastain. Mr. C. W. Bates and was under MILLION DOLLAR SERIAL ,t, : I'a jj 3
Grace Beal spent Sunday the auspices of the local Boy I rrAnar'r
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ;J. Scout troop.'MISSIONARY. "

r ulklns., and Mrs. J W. Horne andy I I MEETING : i T TI" I

returned Friday from Circles number one and two "Riders Death V alley"r:V ? eN.{
eavllle, S. C. met at the home of Mrs. B. Hersh- Of : In,x,115,aw,

//1 Mildred Johnson and chil-, field Monday afternoon. Duringthe ,
were made to ,
Martha and Don are visit meeting plans I'
their meet at ,the club house next Fri- "
brothers mother. Mrs.Eugene Ira,a rand -n d- day and sew for the Red Cross. Dick Foran Buck ,Jones Leo Carrillo Lon Chaney, Jr. ...:,, r I' Nei.ay

1 e Blrt,
", and Mrs. J. R. Chastain of BOY SOOUT NEWS '
14, the 'cg* -
Pierce, Monday evening '
spent the week-end :: >
his brother T? C. Chastain. local Boy Scout troop met at the All Aluminum Collected Will Be Turned OverTo The Local Defense Committee For : tilua
Plans were made,foI ,
ran d Mrs. Vernon Slade club j ',.
t Friday in going to the Scout court of hon mot
Jacksonville. I I 4 r
ir, and Mra. Grafton Adkins or at High Springs Tuesday even- l'.:
daughter, Polly Ann. left for ing. Rev. L. A. Shepherd plan- NATIONAL DEFENSE ,j Mdr

1 Borne in Miami after a two ned to take the following scouts: i iI" :
II Bernard Jordan + r
visit with Patrol leader
their parents *"1"
and Mr J. ;Jimmy Frank Jordan, ;Joe Townsend '
E. Adkins and .
George Rahme' Sr. Billy Overstreet TURN YOUR OLD
Robert Day and daughters Cope. Some of these boys will

Plant iin' ,City are ,visiting Mr receive their others First will Class receive Scout JRNIIy1..hI,""u'.n"IW'.k' >li"'U" . "" ",. .. i i .. ', "' ,_ "',InIINMNgU,,,, ,,, WNUIWIWWMIIIYIMIIM4AgNUAN"MMUXaNInII1N/NMIN" ,. ..../.........' ..................HMHUIllllfc. i f':"
M. M. Matchett and Mr. badge and
Mrs-G. P Wadsworth. Sr Second Class badges. 'i a
!on HaIl A To The Public .!
Pin I Valdosta spent Friday Ga. and Sat- Mrs. W. B. Granger and son Message ; ; yaul

r. and Mra Walter, of Belleglade are visitingMr. yaulNa'

ay ed night wIt i h In Eugene a flab Blrt supper en- and and Mrs.Mrs.J. J.G. E.GodwinMr Townsend. This Aluminum Drive is for the purpose of collecting all the unused and wasted *

edJohraon. '
ents, Mr and Mrs. ;J. E. Townsend thank all the citizens in advance for cooperating \ +
Sr., last Sunday. FENSE purposes. So we Want to ', cr '
and Mr.son and Dewey Mrs. D.returned T. Thornton home in this worthy drive-young and old-everybody is invited to participate in this t r vat

last week from a trip to Belle- tww
glade where they visited relatives.Mrs. drive FRIDAY, JULY 18th. a'
I O. E. Crews and daughter ""

friends Lora are In Miami.visiting relatives and I LETS MAKE THIS "ALUMINUM DRIVE DAY" 3S1'ss :?

( !
CHURCH OF GODA I J Sincerely Yours, I ; B''l*
revival is being held at the ra

Kteajyitt. new location of the Church frontof of ''I I. 'JJ lIV.I nJ ariKiJioiif m/ g'. ('I;) .a

God on St. Clair Street, In I !\9Y
the Jim SUcox home. Services II Park Theatre .,
fe-VSU- night at 8 o'clock ?**Sii
ipedalp begin every i I
with Rev. ,John Surrency officiat i I I / IINn llA1I'Ma% c"AN1P17a' ?..eMY. _*,',mnai'j f mm_u M IM IRLAl111a/Al01MNm," -/M1"/ YR/111AA/M/ A11arT, j r i?
aai ing. A cordial invitation, Is ex- II _____ MAN4U.xlill.WnPMYnY M'Y.WXA "'""" 4Md7AlI/YUWYAYN- ,(.
I3 S
tended to; the public .
..' .t4'f. 0nil. ;
I ,
a INDEX CAKDS-3 3 I --- -- -r;! _'--- \.
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has f e"sr t W.xi oxr COUNTYTELEGRAPH. II :... -- --- -- "
1 Add 81 per
pSore (i'4i':.

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JUl 181941

I + IS,

:' Mra. Turney HostessTo I Favorite Recipe STAKKB METHODIST .LEAGUE -
t' Ladies AuxiliaryMrs.
ij'lll:' )[rs. Levy ()anova'. "Fig Pre- The sub district Epworth: Good

I, ', 7r Charles Turney was boaters ervew." League meeting was held In Melrose High
Clever Barn Dane B. T. U. Members SI on t gomeryDyalOn to the Ladles Auxiliary of the 6 {quarts figs. July
Thursday evening 10,
'k Held In Have "Fishing" Trip Presbyterian church, at her 2 sugar, Class Foods
I Armory June 27 Miss Lillian Dyal, of Klngaley Lake home, on Tuesday quarts Frances Colley, publicity chair

Last Saturday Night Jesus said "Come follow me Starke became the bride of Sergeant afternoon of,last week. 3 cups water. man announced Tuesday. 'The Served
Charlie f Prepare figs. Add 1 cup Sodato At A
of Montgomery o Mrs. C. F. 'W rd conducted the '
soldiers from and I will make you fishers program and business meetingwere
f Local and
girls Russellvllle, Ala. Judge E. K. 6 bolll'ng water; plungefil'l
devotional service and Mrs. O. E. quarts .
This the B. T. U. lesson held In the Methodist Most
the 31st and 43rd Division, stationed men. was '
j ,4' Perryman performed the cere- Stansbury had charge of the pro- in hot soda solution and allow ModerateCost
i at Camp Blanding, became last Sunday night, and the mony. Mrs. Montgomery Is the gram. The Rev. Edward Schalk, to remain for about 15 min .I Church after which folk games

+ rustic Saturday night for the members made a pole and went daughter of Mrs. Vida Dyal. Ser- assistant pastor of the Starke utes, or until water is cool enough I I were played outside. They were f : To You I.I

moot cleverly planned dance of fishing for new boys and girls to geant Montgomery Is stationed at Presbyterian church, gave a review to hand into. ,led by the Rev. G. C. Powell of +r ,

r the the "Bam Dance" given Join the organization. "We aught! Camp Blanding. After their re- I of a new book on missions. plung Starke.,. Then refreshments were I, 'What The i
2 cold water
year Put
turn from their wedding trip In figs through Guidon
The president, Mrs. Ellery M. served by members of the Mel- r .
and old
by the local Y, M. C. A. at the some new members some Alabama, Sergeant and Mrs. baths 'to rinse well. Stem carefully '
Davis, conducted a short business rose .League
ones," they reported.The will make their I AFTER ,rinsing. Drain Grill Offer
t, Armory. Montgomery meeting.Mrs. Those,, who attended 'were:
arrival were "haul" Included: Betty Ann home In Starke. well and add gradually to the
Upon the guests Turney served her guests. Jewel, Elton and Mr. Powell;
welcomed by Farmer R.' B. Wear, Flynn Paul I Canova Dorothy' delicious refreshments of fruit.syrup you have made by boiling Virginia Sewell Marvin Montgomery ---.
Johns, Mary Winkler, Patsy Hall, Denmark sugar and water together 10 min- -
appropriately attired in overall, Employes punch, home-made cake, and later ;, Frances Colley; Mrs.
Margaret,and Joe Monteith, Peggy utes:and skimming.
Guests At SupperJohn bad a watermelon cutting.Wed Will Blair; and _Billy. Leonardand
l kerchief and a t raw bat, and Ann Wiggins, C a rl Lamar 'I I Cook rapidly until figs ore SANDWICHES
,:Mrs. L. F. Smith j "
Farmerette Margaret Emkine, In Johns, Jim McRae, and Roy Har- H. Denmark entertained clear and tender (about 2 hour). SHORT
(' In Lake Butler ORDERS
,4'l' red shirt and blue denim slacks I
employees of the Denmark Fur. figs are transparent
A with a straw hat, local Y. M. C Those doing the "fishing" were nlture Company at their annual Marriages recently reported by tender lift .out and lay' In trays. Riding Park Moves REGULAR DINNERS

A. officials, who planned andsponsored Van Priest, Dan Priest, Charles dinner party Wednesday evening, Judge J. R. Townsend of Lake If syrup Is not heavy enough after Prime Beaudoin recently moved WITH

the dance. Lawson, Jerry Lawson. Jeanette at 8:00: o'clock at the Hotel Annie Butler, and of Interest here, areas removing figs, boil syrup down toproper his Dark Horse ALL THE
Riding Park from
The entire ballroom of the Armory Priest Nancy Llghtfoot, Edna in Macclenny. This event turned follows: | consistency. Pour ,syrup Its location Water TRIMMINGSThe
on St., to tbe
was transformed Into an Coleman, and Madge Brownlee. out to be one of those 'famous Ernest Parrish of High Springsand over figs and allow to remain Kite
authentic rural atmosphere. Foliage Following the fishing trip, Mrs. "chicken dinners" and everyone Eloise Bagley of Starke, on over night (this causes figs to Perry property Just south
east of town
completely covered the four ,, C. O. Priest, leader, treated the of Mr. Denmark's employees reported June 19.James. 'I swell out). Next morning pack on Road 28. The
}I walla of' the huge room, givinga B. T. U. members to sodas. that they had not 'enjoyed Edward Massey of Jackson -'figs In sterilized Jars. Fill to riding park has proved very popular -
.' coming to Starke the ,
feeling of being outdoor. In such a meal In a long time. Fried' Miss., and Laurette Sutton j overflowing with syrup. Place I > ,
the center of the floor was an I, ,leaps on'and process"4'for1' 15 min un-loving public welcoming the
Enjoy Picnic: chicken, rice, mashed potatoes [of Starke, June 21.
x". old-oaken-bucket well with vines At Gold Head Park gravy, vegetables and for dessert I Duey J. Powers of Orlandoand 'utes. NOTE: Tfghted' after' prtf with oppprtunity to combine pleasure Guidon Grill
I good exercise. Mr. Beau-
IM. and watermelons growing aroundit. peach cobbler. Leola Brown of Starke, June ceasing if glass lids are 'used on .
doin. an expert, horseman is
+ Old-fashioned lanterns in tbe I
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Herrin and Among those Invited' were: Mr. 22.Robert Jars. available for Instruction.
window and a romantic moon In Mr and Mrs Tyler Jones of Cal- and Mrs Smith Denmark, S. O. Patton and Ora May YIELD: 6 pints

d i the celling,furnished the light for 'lahan-were hosts at a picnic Sun Denmark, Miss Clara Mae Har- Matthews, both of Starke, July I I I I 6... __.. _____nn
the big shindig. In one corner of day at Gold Head Branch State lejv Buck' Crawford, Tom C. I

the room was the mascot of the Park. Besides the fun of a real Chastain, Charlton Chastain, K. I 1.W. his vacation las' week Seems INSURANCE

& dance, a baby calf, who sleepily picnic and a grand chance to N. Jackson, A. H Henry, and S. C. S. To Meet I he scratched his nose on a sand AN'DBONDS

surveyed tbe scene. Over in an- swim, their guests were given the Mr Wells Warren Whitten andJ. bar while tryin' to Impress some
other corner in a pen were some thrill of seeing about 200 of our B' Daniels of Jacksonville. The Woman's Society of Chris- bathln beauties with a gracefulIf -
white chickens. Big bales of hay I tian Service of the Methodist
Navy boys enjoying the same somewhat miscalculated-dive HAROLD C.. WALL AGENCY
the sides of
were placed around sports. church will meet Monday after- Y Hardly recognized Tracy
the dance floor and were conveniently Rotary Ladies' NightAt noon at 3:30: o'clock, at the
Those Invited on the picnic Baker in town tother day sportin'one
p used as benchea for the were: Miss Irene Matthews, Miss ,Camp Immokalee church. Program and business of the new Rah! Rab! hatssoldier's Constant Service
", couples sitting out dances. Wagon meeting. Over 50 Years
Juanlta W y r e. Therman Wyre, nickname for the new
wheels, sacks of feed, wash-tubs, Thursday night of last week
Freeman Register-; ., Miss Ema- "casuals" which strongly resemble
Na h -harnesses, and milking- was Rotary Club ladies' night and
0 1' Joyce Charlene Please
ma Reid, Sandra Jones, Ginger! outlandish numbers worn by col- Phone 146
members and their "dates" Starke
scattered throughout
were I Jones, Billy Herrln, Emma Jean lltch boys .
the building. Herrin, Aubrey Blunt, Miss Vera (mostly wives) enjoyed a chicken Mr: and Mrs. Charles Hardy,

Special guests at ,the dance of Callahan, Mrs. Lucille supper at Camp Imokalee near Jr., announce the birth of a
were Mr, and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt, Burgess Higginbotham and son, Reggie Keystone Heights. About 35 Rotarians daughter, Joyce Charlene' Hardy, Adorable kids: Dot and S. R.
prominent local farmers who furnished and Rotary Anns enjoyedthe Wednesday, July 16, In the Johns' Linda and Dorothy Ann

a great deal of the ma- Higginbotham. supper which was served by Alachua County Hospital, Gaines playln" in mud puddles after a,1 I Ann Page
terial used In decorations This the management of the camp. ville. rain One guy the boom hasn't'
was the first dance the Prevails Reunion Of Sisters upped or downed in spirits: unchangeable -!

,had been to in over SO years. night Mr.' and Mrs. S. E. Sparks, with the PageBeans
Sunday same friendly smile ., .. James
One of the features of the even I
Howell of Olustee nephewand
Floyd and Thelma Lewis' new Church j
ing was a traditional "Sack- niece of J. B. Rowe went to Carolyn Callstreet
Race" The. winner received a Sanford and brought Mrs. A, B St., domicile finished at last and,,
as cute a house as I ever saw
watermelon and the soldier coming I
Mr Rowe's daughter, to Style
Baker. Rita Theatre drlnk-!
S In second received half a Mrs Baker and Pork
Starke. Tuesday
& Tomato
and-pop corn salesman B o b b y j .
watermelon. Another feature was
9 Mrs. Howell met at the home of Olil-dup, Napoleon Looks Wonder if he was tblnkln' to sell III
Biggs tryin'
old-fashioned dance Sauce
an square I I Mrs Vernon Rowe I n Jacksonville like rain I about his World War ace days? full 5c box of &a'not-q\llte--'I! ISTANu
y This most successful affair was and all three went to Brunswick Jus be durned if I can get the 16 Oz. Can
f for 4c, clamln' that 4c worth was
brought to a'' close with everyone da., and spent the night hay seed outta my hair after that "I i,
all could of the stuff
Joining hands and skip ping another daughter, Mrs. Leslie : anybody I. FOOD STORES
with heavenly barn dance In the Ar-
help but be a little envious 5cAnn
at one time, anyway Result
around the well to"the tune of Biggs. Still Another daughter, mory Sattlday night Easily of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell's alt- I Customer bought Be worthy i ;
"Good-Night Ladles Mrs. Charles Burton, 0 f West the mos' cleverly original affair tin'-down shower bath .
; Spray
Palm Beach, was also visiting In the town's had In many a moon projects from the wall about half I rage 16 Oz. Jar 32 Oz Jar25c

Miss Davis EntertainsFor Brunswick. Thursday they will Lamp light low and hey-hay as high as normal, and cute little Hear Scoutmaster. Chollle Allen j Peanut Butter

Visitor all come to Stark to spend a plentiful Bales of It scattered chair Is placed 'underneath and car full of Scouts unlnten r 15c
short vacation "at home." : hither and thither for elttln' Thass what < I ,call' abluting In tlonally started observin' gaslea .

Miss Marjorie Davis entertained down purposes Real, live style Wonder if Ruth Mc- Sunday right in the middle of'' ( 1.4 Lb. Pkg. 1-2 Lb. Pkg.

a number of young friends on Baptist W. M. S.. CirclesThe chickens castln' a sleepy eye on Kelvey's band Is out of that Brooker, while returning from a
Thursday night of last week at I the frivolity from high perches plaster cast yet? Unneratand district meet at High Spgs. Tuesday Nectar Tea ]14c 25c

her home on Church St., In honorof business and program meet- Watermelons Horse Ralph Rhodes will transfer from night Hour was late an"

her house guest Miss Patsy ing of the Baptist W. M. S. will shoes ,< Old oaken buckets Ft. McPherson to U. of F. this everybody in Brooker was fast I
Ruth Wainwright of Tallahasoee. be held at the Church Monday In short-everything barn-like except fall Emmett Perryman leav- asleep-as all good people should Calif. Fresh BunchCarrots

After a pleasant evening spent afternoon at 3o'clock. with circle I the odor In' for Annapolis Monday for be They finally aroused Q. B. QUALITY

In games, the young folks en- No 1 In charge of the program, I ; physical exams for entrance to Colson, who got up and refuled I Each -- 5c

joyed a watermelon cutting on Miss Clyde Nell Thomas an- I Local hlH-fllllen powerful cute the Naval Academy Best of 'em but not before glvin vent to WESTERN

the lawn. nounced Wednesday In their cotton fracas and hair I luck, fellow! We'll keep our i a few choice remarks from his : MEATS

WIMUNU/IWAWINYIWIIaUAIWwWINWIIIYWIUNAIWWwwNNNIUWIYIIWWIWII. /, ,. ."' "' ,. ,.'....."..,,.,,"."."'..."............."..."....'."."........".."...'"../.........,........."..".MIWIpIWNwwll" luuwu. .41 ribbons An' mighty comfort- fingers crossed Reason you I Idon't I window it was .before. Seems he found be had out been who j I II Georgia Hiley Belle
able and cool in their sox and see Arch Thomas (Jr) I Free StonePeaches Fresh Cottage.

I flat-heeled shoes Alice St. around town: summer school at.I I awakened several times recently Cheese Lb. 15c
by certain cullud motorists who ,
John perky with plg-talls .. U. of F.LOST. ; Lb. 5c
1 1y Marguerite Deyorlo In blue and I I had a habit of runnln' out' of gas ___ .
I I an' he thought they were payln' Beef
white checks Freddie Wlm- : Nat Steinberg's bridge
berly in led anti white ditto work Ethel Sewell's white him a return visit Firm Red Stew, Lb 12'lcTomatoes '

y T H E H T R E5THRKE Peggy Forehand in blue overalls shoes Course the two strayed Ripe
Fran Peek in blue pinafore items have nothln' whatsoever to Paging all females and vehicles! Lb" lOc Longhorn
: Frances, Opperman in do Don't _
gray with one another o. Seems forget to come out an' Cheese Lb. 27c
FLORIDH and white checks Evelyn that Nat (who crashed this col. bring yourselves and your automobiles "

Stump In pink and white stripes several weeks ago by beating the to the big Y picnic at U. S. No. 1 Va.
Modern And Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound Ruby Davis In gayly flow-I heat with a strip tease (in his Gold Head Branch Sunday : Beef

ered number < Gayle Sewell in private office) was indulging his Don't worry about the rain .. Calif. Fresh Stock Liver, Lb. 29c
Sunday Monday, July 20 21 white dress also beflowered (sweet tooth with a bit of caramel Gold Head Is a sissy's paradise

"DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK" Margaret Erskln In regular ole candy tother day > The more roofs an' everything Jus' call Potatoes, 10 Lbs 23c Streak-O-Lean
I hoe-down denim trousers and bull he the Y an' let 'em know
chewed, the bigger it got, un- you're go-
Featuring Claudette Colbert Henry Fonda red shirt Jean Darby lookln | tu. unwilling to expend so much In' Don't miss this oppor- Bacon, Lb. 17c

Latest War. News Rufus Jones For Freedom more diminutive than ever In energy on such a hot day, he deposited tunity to mingle with the Army Calif. Fresh Lb.

22 I multi-colored striped shirt and 1 laid caramel In waste) gals Aunt Carolyn is all set Assorted

Tuesday, July farm pants Course the men i paper basket f Sometime later to overcome a corporal, or sum- Plums, Lb. ____ 10c Cold Cuts, Lb. 23c
"GO WEST"With were farmerlzed for the evening,,I I In Joe Wilson's office on business pin I'd' After all-If Judy Can- J

Marx Bros Lynne Carver I too \ Soldiers allowed to wear j (I I. e.-latest dope on the fa r- ova can do it, why can't IT. t Fresh

Also Selected Short Subjects their blue denim fatigue dike mer's daughter) he became con- Says your (ever persistent) Fresh Dressed

I I Altogether a gay an' colorful I,,acious of a strange void (In his |I Carolyn. CrispLettuce Fryers, Lb. 33c
Wednesday Thursday, July' 23 21 event mouth and suddenly deallzed his .

"COMRADE X" --: I I brldgework was gone! '. Back to Head lOc Western 'PorkLoinRoast

Starring Clark Gable Hedy Lamar Stump family proudly' exhibit- the store he rushed, and customers WE SPARE NO Lb 25c
In' a postcard received recently were entirely neglected for
Latest War News Comedy l
-.- _.. from a soldier at Blanding the next 10 or 15 minutes while EXPENSE IN i Tender Green String Pork
Friday, July 25 'Stead of addressln It hesimply Nat and all the clerks scrambled

"THE MAN I MARRIED"With sketched a stump on the* front I','madly in the trash basket look In' BUYING THE II'' Beans, Lb. ____ lOc Ribs, Lb. ____ 20c
an' they go It pronto believe It for one elusive caramel At
Joan Bennett Frances Lederer or not! Message was, highly last they found It, and sure enuff FOODS WE SERVE, j -

Also Selected Short Subjects (complimentary: "To the friendliest -there was the faithful bridge SO WE KNOW STORE HOURS

and nicest store and familyIn work, little the worse for wear
Friday Saturday, July 25 26 town" Jus' show to go As for Ethel Sewell's shoes: WE GET THE BEST AUGUST 11TH., 1941

"Riders Of Death Valley" Serial that Uncle Sam's nephews appre- Seems she bit .upon the Idea recently I I -- Monday Through Friday -

With Dick Foran Leo Carrillo Buck Jones !elate a kind word now'' an' then of carrying a black pair
Charles Bickford ,j. Vacationer: Pleasant Leonard in her 'car, changing from white : GIVE US A TRIAL Open 8 A. M.-Close 6 P. M.

Klnchen with a' week off to re-J' to black while riding, an' then I Saturday -
Saturday, July 26-DOUBLE FEATURE flax from arduous duties at Can- donnin' white again when reachln II

No. "Suwannee River"With ova's her destination Object: to I SandwichesPlate Open 8 A. M.-Close 10 P. M. __

Don Ameche Andrea Leeds Al Jolson = keep from dirtytn the white on8111)i j Lunches N. R C. All 5c Varieties '
G \' mor thick Tother
<> M as day, while goin' to'
No. 2-"HEART OF ARIZONA"With majors an' colonels at 43rd Division and from a party, she got to Regular Dinners Crackers 6 27c
William (Bill) Boyd review Wednesday ayem changin from black to' white so" j Pkgs. .' = -

Also Cartoon r Pleased to note that our own fast an' furious that-she 'reached Short'Ordeill.
I ""
Spessard Holland still takes the home minus one good pair of White "

MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday 11:30: P. M. :"handsome" honors from all white shoes Now, she can't Sail'I.'t' ;

"KEEPING COMPANY"With ers Connecticut and Main,for the life of her remember No Beer or Wine Served Soap Grains 2 25c

John SheltonAnn Rutherford I chief execs: weren't In it for where they might b. MaybeIt I Pkgs.----
i' looks Mrs. (Coy) Hurley wasn't such a good Idea after ,
Also' Selected Short -
Subjects ver' smart lookln'" but no more al). Mrs. S.Brought. Armour's

the attractive reviewing than stand only-Starkeltes Grace Wainwright In- bock ole memories' to : A&A j i iI : Treet 12 Oz.

and Mrs. N. D.. Sr. (Important see the youngest local set enjoyln' I, I Can -----c
Q iCE o f floe fCRW meetln In Jar kept,1,:watermelon cuttin' Marjorie

AU A01/ Mayor Noon away) Human Davis recently gave for attractive ; CAFE j
touch: Gov Holland leavln' the"visitor Patsy Ruth Wainwrlght A&P FOOD. STORES

special re vie win' stand to go back,. Regardless of what you think 1 Back of Carpenters ,
II to the "bleachers" and point out -Buck Crawford positively did : "

4 rpAlmwngrynMlfullrmmmllyMlunaAnaanAnaAlalAWnAAIAIIW/AIAnYW mAnwAnAlNAleAnalA..YLIISne.WAn-.. the anti-aircraft guns to his son :not Indulge In fisticuffs while one) ---------------- 236:: E. Call si. Starke. Fla. _


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BITS of LOCAL' NEWS r rlet Mrs., Irene Bennett Miss LolL Mrs. C. H. Register' and Women Their Minds" Of Course'I !
Moore of Lauren., S. C., and 'I Elizabeth Lawson returned 'I Change ,It:f 4:ll 1: 'll

Mrs. Alma Edwards spent Mon I day,from Tallahassee where [So Judy Says She Wants Divorce, J 'n i
day in Jacksonville on a combined have
Ski smith of Stanford: Mrs L. F. Dinkins was a visitorIn Mrs. D. D. Woodard and Mr. business and pleasure trip. C. H.been Register visiting, Jr. Mr. and Judy Canova who was born In Returning' to Hollywood several,,

to Starke this; week. Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs Ira Allen were visiting: I Starke and sings like a lark. Is ''week ago from her Honolulu Vacation -

tailor irra. M. C. Snyder and relatives in Jasper! Sunday Pint 1$ customers Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. H. A Lawson! seeking a divorce or annulment \ Judy explained her Rlpley sudden by '
Mon- sons, ,
: to Corporal
pinklns';: spent July 19, trading *5 ortn01'8111 I of her to marriage
1.F as their guest Mr. Law marriage Army Corporal been
busfcieM Buck and Michael Snyder, Mr moat have
spent she
that t
a and Mrs F. F. saying
on Stump
Jacksonville receive' 1 bag not over 24 Itm. father H. O. Lawson of James H. Ripley, whom she mar "
f.., Childersburg, Ala. left Monday for a week's vacation Hour FREE.-Brook. Food Store. daler\ rled In Honolulu three weeks ago, :'"hit in the had by a oft moon.wasn.t f i B-3 r
and are touring South Flor Hmmm. Maybe that moon
according to Associated Press reports -
,. t. AdklM is holding I Pint 25 customers Saturday. ida. Col. and Mrs. Gordon C. Irwin i I Miss. Ruth Walker and from Hollywood. Calif so soft, after all ,floe,
thi- July 19, trading $3 or more will arrived from New York City Mon Louise -
Walker of Savannah, Tuesday '
t t. receive 1 bag not 24 lb.. Donald and Alma McCUbbin of I V. Hollingsworth re
over ,
I Mm James
t' day night to spend a two weeks; are' guests of Mr. and Mrs Charging "cruel and Inhuman"treatment. Mr. and r"
flour,FREEv-Brooks Food Store. Miami are guests this week ,of vacation with Mrs. Irwln's had as guest last
Lawson. ,
Canova '
Jr. returned I Steve Weldon Jr., and Mary Wei- mother Mrs. Phillip Mannnaa. i I I I that Rlpley' fraudulently alleges represented Thursday night and Friday Mr,. .' 't a oq, e

W.' from FdwarUs a iwo.wewc.vas Representative George Inman don. While in Florida the Irwin will ,, Mr. end Mrs Calvin that he was "ready, willing I Holllngsworth's father and uncle, ,< J",
day has returned from a business trip visit friend. in Orlando and other Miss and able to take real- II. O. Connor of Lakeland and ,; a
Marguerite G11 I up
In 1dJaml. to Virginia Beach I Dr.. and Mra. W E. Mtddleton parts/of the State. Georgia Gllpln and Fred pin. dence" with her and maintain a Otis Connor of,HarIan,,,,q....,:'H.O.: '' 'ry' oJ' i wr '
returned to Starke Tuesday, after Connorwent on to Slack Mouatain ; "\, ,
After two of ,
William days married
L. Jr.. Sunday I In
TS. spent 1
end Sunday at P..A. Stephens of Sanford was : a week's visit at Piney Bluff Mrs. H. E.:'.'Moore and daughter, with.. relatives life Judy, returned to Hollywood, r iN., C.. for atwo-weeks' va-, v ." ,i
cl1i1dren spent the guest of M.r J. F. Hazen ;Camp, Ga. Alma Ruth, of Tallahasace are where she la busy makfng movies, I cation. I fct "" I' -.'. "

DI Beach. Monday and Tuesday. I I here this" week visiting l Mr, Mrs.. DeWltt Jones of and Corporal Ripley remained In'a 'I h
D. I Mr. and' Mrs. C. A. Knight had Moore a state auditor, who is at ville; spent Sunday Honolulu guard house for goingA. ,'

Simeon 9, In GaineavOleay Mlsa' Nettle. Dowling has ,returned as week-end guests Mrs. Knight's present working in the courthousehere. visiting with friends In W. O. L. on his I ; wedding DRIVE IN ,AND f ha t
from Plant City where the cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. MathU They are staying at Mrs night. For all anybody over here

r[ friends. visited Mrs. J. W. Dame. of Macon, Ga. .'. J. L. Frazee's. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Allen knowe. be may be there' yet-poor LET US,FILL

Sunday at ,Jacksonville fellow.It r y I
and Mrs.weeks"Guy H.vacation Sale left In Mr*, D. 'I* Silcox and Mr. Mrs. J. p.' Sapp Mre! W. B. Miss Dorothy White., Mrs. B. M. 'I Mr and Mrs Allen' are both was Mian cunova's second YOUR TANK WITH ti ,
children I f
y for a James A. Lewis spent Monday in Mundy and small daughter Clair Montgomery and o ployees of the City Drug marriage. Her first, to Robert as"
Orleans Lacwiomers- Jacksonville shopping. Jean spent Wednesday, July Oth. Keystone Heights, and Miss Betty I I Mr Allen' being manager of Burns, New York insurance man, 1
In Gainesville. Cook of Lake Wales, a guest of soda fountaln.I ., In 1930, ended with a Florida divorce THAT POWERFUL f r !

rK pl Saturday.will I I Mr. and Mrs. William Eppllng ." Mrs. Montgomery's, spent Tuesday in March, 1939.
S or more in Jacksonville.
$ 1
fr6d1n -fiand'14rs. Marcus F. Brown I w
t I', 24 1M.FlEE. of Lake CJty were visiting Mrs. First 25 ruMnmerB'
e 1 bar not over Store. W. H. Perkins last week. 'id'' (children. (Marcus, Jr, and July 19, trading S3 or more SHELL GAS
; \ .- rooks Food Florence spent! Saturday at St. i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel receive 1 bag not o\'ert INTRODUCTORYOFFER '
Mrs.. Robert E.
Augustine Beach. and Mr. and I
flour FKEE.-Hr Moore spent the week-end fishing :
at Cedar Key and report excellent YOU'LL GET MORE w
THEATREProgram : T. T. of Starke, I Mrs. Eunice Canova has p
RITZ Captain Long luck. trout were This Ad and $1
a member{ of the 124th Infantry; visiting her son-in-law and MILES\ PER GALLON ; ,,
hat been appointed Acting Adjutant caught by their party ter' Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Good )For f ,M'

Beginning Week of Sunday, July 20 of the 124th Regiment. of Tallahassee for the past ONE
Miss Garnita Hutto and Mian TREATMENT
weeks. Mrs. Canova will GOODYEAR 13

Sunday, Monday--July 20, 21 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Jimmie Seymour spent Mondayand In Tallahassee: for several FRIDAY & SATURDAYOF w
Tuesday In J a c k s o n ville,, '
"THE GREAT LIE" Jr., and daughter, Catherine, ofGainsville where Miss Seymour went before longer before returning home. THIS WEEK TIRES TUBES '

Starring Bette Davis, George Brent, Mary Astor and Mrs. ,J.spent M. Brownlee.J. Sunday with. Mr. the board for examination to be- Mrs. A. S. Crews of Jack Dr. Clayton W. 4 .sing M
come a beauty operator. I AND BATTERIES
Added: Cartoon and Fox News ville spent Monday visiting I JonesCHIROPRACTIC I #1

.- J. Rlgdon spent the week Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs returned I J. M. Mitchell and Miss I

Tuesday, July 22-DOUBLE FEATURE end with Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rig Sunday evening from St. Augustine Mitchell.Mr. >

DR. KILDARE"Lew don and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, where she visited her mother,, fie
PEOPLE vs. Electric Treatments"
"THE Rigdon of Jacksonville. I Griffin. Dotty Sue ana Mrs. D A. : Ritch & Gaines a Pff(MHH"M
'Mrs O. J. +
Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day, Biggs r e m a Ined for a longer Margaret and Joe Monteith Cabinet Baths

Bonita Granville and Boyd Holloway, who with Mrs visit with her grandmother turned Friday from a two And Diet :
Holloway is spending the summerat vacation spent at t 1M

"THEY DARE NOT LOVE"George Jacksonville Beach, was in J. F. Hazen left Starke Wednesday Pa., and New York Over" Jacob.s Store Service StationOn Yf"

Brent, Martha Scott, Paul Lukas Starke Monday on business.
on a business trip to Valdosta STARKE. FLA. Temple' Ave. tt
Ralph Rhodes of Fort
and other points In Georgia
23 24 Mr.. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith I will lIOn, Ga. I I.* spending his n
Wednesday, Thursday, July While in Georgia he spend -- > I
DARK"With moved Tuesday to one of the I some! time with hit sister, Mrs.Own with Mr. and Mrs D. A.
"FOOTSTEPS teith, and will not return
Dodd at Mldlakes, where
cottages Matthews of Ax on. Ga.
Errol Flynn and Brenda Marshall they will remain for a month. Georgia until, about August lat.Mr. RIDE FOR HEALTH & PLEASURE

Added: MGM News and War in the Desert Visiting Mr. and Mrs J. F. ,
and Mrs. J a s Reasonable Rates ."
First 25 customers Saturday Hazen \and family Saturday were

Friday, July 24-DOUBLE FEATURE July 19, trading $5" or more wlU Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sun del of I I Wainwright spent last week Lessons For Beginners tl sr.hr o?
Orleans and Baton
receive, 1 bag not over 24 Bra Worthington Springs, Mr. and I New
"SINGAPORE WOMAN"With flour FREEUrooks Food Store. Mrs. Ed Rutledge of Tampa and La., returning home Friday Dark Horse Riding Park Vie> :
Brenda Marshall and David Bruce c
Hazen of Camp islanding.
.Trilby ..
Mi', and Mrs. W. II. '
Mrs. L. E. Jordan and son, Just South of Town on Road 28

"HER FIRST BEAU" ;:" Harold, of Oviedo are guests. ofMrs. First 2& customer Saturday and Miss Wilma Alexander f '4
for to North
With Jane Withers :. I I .''Jordan's brother-in-law and 1 July 19, trading S5 or more will olina.Tuesday a trip driven 7 .4'
They were up ar
sister Mr. and Mrs. T., J. Grifidea receive 1 bag. not over 24 llx M.
I It J. B. Alexander, and at the
a' fin. bJt flour FREE. Urook* Food Store FOR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Saturday, July 26-DOUBLE FEATURE of leaving had not decided l

Charles Starrett, In 1". : t i "Carolyn' Hutto, after r a Mrs. Olin White left last Saturday what place they would I'I Poise Diction Dramatics. & All Theatre Arts ? r
their vacation.
"THE PINTO ,KID" .vacation with her parents Mr. on a ten day vacation, and : JOIN NOW
and Mrs, 'L.. S. Hutto 'returned E.
her cousin, John
Is visiting Hens normally molt In the i Starke nN4C
Columbia, Community Players ,
afternoon to
Monday Black of Atlanta. Ga., and her 5*
"THE BIG BOSS"With taking from eight to 12 weeks ,,
..1'', S..C; ",. daughter, Mrs. C. W Savage of ItO through the molting : PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FINEST COACHES I du
Otto Kruger of i last week at Jacksonville Beach. Hens that start molting In Public appearances in modern & classic plays ,
Chapter 12 "Mysterious Dr. Satan"NAT Ben Suslow, after an absence I '
from of all talent
summer usually require
his stores In
seven weeks, visiting Weekly and her,
Miss Marylee
Little Rock, Ark., and Alexandria,, brother L. A Weekly of Gainesville duction to six months, thus making to get bnck It In Interview & Casting 1 To 7 I l'>. M.\ Daily, In Office "a"ao" '
La., has returned to Starke for of
been guests
have to sell most of them as soon Starke Community Playhouse 1'
awhile.J. for
SEZ: Enos Hayes and Betty Hayes they begin to molt to avoid
weeks. will return Armory llldtf. Phil Terry ,Director
They ,
the past two Ing them' over' a long period' e.r
Dogonnitt Why does that gal J. Canova accompanied Sunday and his returned home the latter part of thin out obtaining any eggs.4E.SONAi. ao

Carolyn Calltttreet have to be wife to Georgia Mrs. week .- -' -.--,-,-, .. .. _,_ ,_,_.q
Wednesday, leaving '
'l *
-it:,.'."., around every time to something me? Ixwit embaIassin' Canova to visit relatives for several Mrs. T. T. Long and son Tom. ON; FARM PKOULKM.SIf :: X ie
,\;:, happen I days. and Mrs D. T, Carpenter will ROY L. PURVIS
teeth In a piece of caramel candy I leave Tuesday \Vlnston-Salem, the poultry hou e and .
"tether" day and Carrie w a aright I Mrs. Douglas L. Parks has returned -I will visit Mrs. become infested with mites. *" / .
:N. C., where they
there, takJn' note*! 'Sgotten : from a visit to her former Carpenter's brother-in-law and them thoroughly with a Certified Public Accountant

so a man doesn't have a bit of home in Albany N. Y., where she sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.Jndsey. disinfectant or with a solution '
privacy anymore. Think I'd better | has been visiting friends and rel- old crank case oil and Announces The Opening Of Off ices'For'The" '" : at*
start lookln under the bed I ''.
atlves. ,
; ft's
Practice Of yrM
of figs
every night. Mrs. Joseph Pull to of Rochester, i Dropping ? t ? a* P I
Mrs. Alma Nader has as her Starke, turity may be due to fungi '.
N. Y., Is vacationing in PUBLIC ACCOUNTING ,,7 ; ,
Miss Mary attack them In .the rainy ,
guest; her daughter I of her husband,
(and Is the guest
Dr. Scholls New Shipment of St. Louts, who I when they begin' to ripen' l
Ellen Wilkins I I who is a member of the 43rd Division In The Johnson Building N
Arch Supports Nylon Hose Is spending a week's vacation In at Camp Blanding. Mrs. best variety of figs for Florida ;, ,

Correctly Fitted By Vanette Starke.; I I I Pullto la residing at the home of the Celeste. 332 West University Avenue .. ,. .r.w

$3.50 _$1.35Full L. E. Terry who Is at present.: Mrs. George Roes Lawns that need all< Gainesville, Florida. "'....' '. n rOn
with the Construction2uartermater plant food usually will -
employed E. Lightfootand
I Rev. and Mrs. 15 1941 .
Fashioned Hanes at Camp Blanding, Nancy, are spending to nn application of from five July .1t1aA .
daughter. *
Silk HosieryShirts, & Shorts made a business trip to Tampa this week In Ridge Crest, N. 10 pounds of cottonseed m e I 4
every :1,000 ,square feet once AUDITS SYSTEMS 'TAXES
Special 'Each Garment Thursday. CV, where Mr. Lightfoot Is conducting month. Heavier fer t 1 J I.
Ministerial Course
59c 29c Mrs. F.. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. Summer School. should be applied later nn,
the Baptist .. .
and daughter, Jeanette 01> - - IoL ,,4-
The Old Price We SellWembley this week in UfLKD: INDEX CAUDS, -S :
spending of Albany

are Forehand
Miss Peggy "1
Ladies Ties .. BRADFORD)
of I
Slips Camilla. Ga., as guests Ga., has been the guest of per
\Wonderful Value A Nor East Fabric Phil Bailey. Mrs. Powell Carpenter and Mrs. rELFOitAP11.fPrIN: IF YOU PLAN TO DO ANY PAINTING "

$1.00 $1.00 T. T. Long during this week. Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. O'Roque and sons D. C. Forehand, Miss Forehand'smother
Last Chance All Leather John and Joe, of Plttsburg. Pa. will arrive In Starke today ,
are guests of Mr. snd Mrs O. E. will return to
and they
Bon Overalls Work Shoes Stansbury. Mrs. O'Roque Is Mrs. Georgia on Saturday.Mrs. USE DAVIS PAINTS. WE'

"Happy Jack" Peters Diamond Brand Stansbury's; sister.

79c $2.49A James Godbold and son, CARRY .A COMPLETE LINE ,
White, who is ; ?An
Dorothy were
Miss James, Jr.. of Jacksonville ,yrf
A Real Value ? Up Soon vacationing this week, left Thursday guests Sunday of Mrs. S. S. Dow- a "

Mens Shirts ,Mens' Work Shirts to Heights spend several with day Mrs.at B.Keystone M. ling Mrs and Dowllng Mrs.went W. to S. ,Btroman.the city i

J1.25 Grade Priced Now Montgomery. with her slater, Mrs. Godbold and' FOR WALL) FINISH USE ARENSTO

$1.00 75c spent several day there.'
Margaret Ersklne of the How long arwr.i
Unbleached Last spent a brief Mr. Shadrick of I
While They Army Y. M. C. A. 8. S. Boone and '

L AL Sheeting"Price 81x99: Sheets vacation In Jacksonville and at Valdosta. Ga spent Sunday with would your IT WILL MATCH ANY COLOR !
Jacksonville Beach Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.
'% g. 15c Yd. Good Grade. and Thursday. bank !

Ize Yd. '$1.00 L. A. Browning and Alvin Alk- I

Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing ens will return today from a four

WNew Sheer For Summer had as guest last week Mr. Sear- day visit to Nashville, Ga. last if you LINSEED; ; 011. RAW OR BOILED 'I

Frocks Mesh Shirts ing's brother-in-law and staler.\ 1

Nice Styles Are The Coolest Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Muller, of :MI.. Barbara Cameron I left were sick or INSECT SPRAY AND SPRAYERS ALSO 1 +r
f two
Summit, N. J. Thursday afternoon to spend I
$1.19 +- $1.65 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. disabled ? HOES AND RAKES: FOR THE LAWN ,*';I 1 1T i iW'i' iw

Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Holltngs- LaMon of Pine Harbor Ga. II I ?
We Sell llo'eproof worth spent the week-end In Lake I

Marv Barron Slips fnx for Men City with Mr. Holllnicsworth's George Manassa and! Buck See usCharley '
Mr. andIrs' returned Tuesday aftera
and sister Crawford
They brother-in-law
Fit Good 35e 3 Pr for Hair. weeks' vacation at Daytona E. Johns r
i James L. I
S1.98 $1.00STERNBERG'S : Beach and New Smyrna Beach, BRADFORD HARDWARE) CO. :.

Mayor N. D. Wainwright Jr., Agency I'
the city of Starke last 1 Mrs. Fannie Jones has as J er Stark. Florida Owner Starke Florida
represented J. II. Carlisle.
k her two .. ('all Street
at a Defense Saving Bond guest for the w e 119 Ea t
Friday I
program meeting at the Roosevelt ,I.I.f I nJeeee. Misses Theda and Thelma Telephone' I'I mI
Hotel in Jacksonville. Harper of Plerson. s sr

t' .
1 y


aged them. They are here to "what gave you that impression. well-to-do families, others from N. Norman\ and son,
WITH OUR FARMERS I Russell KayTOO learn to fly and their one am- particularly In a dry county?" the middle class! and a few were of Gum Branch were Gel'al4'
parentagebut all of them VIsIUn.
the of
bition la to "have a at returning "Oh I don't mean spirits poor and Mrs.
-- .- -. -. .-- ---- __._u n_. ___ ___ __ ____ the compliment"go later on lad replied, confused "I mean were a credit to their country afternoon.Mrs. Wesley hRae: SUn

bunch there It looks I earned their wings with meals-breakfast, for from every standpoint.
F. G. Hemingway Is anotherone over now. LATE when they've your H. M. MCRae
of our "city farmers" who like we'll have to get into the and are given an opportunity to example. You have large glasses, I heard them stand as a group friends in Starke wash''

tit t has a 3-acre farm right In the actual fighting before It's over," TO CLASSIFY fly over Germany. of orange or grapefruit Juice to and sing "There'll Always Be an Luclan: Conner Saturday

city limits of Starke down by he said Saturday I was Interested In getting their start with and then ice water as England" and their hearts as visiting 'Owen Of plaint
It was recently my privilege to milk all at McRae
the American Legion Hall. He Turning to the weather Mr. Impressions of America. None well and coffee well as their lungs went into that ldondq
f tl "M1 planted this year mostly straw- Thornton said: "It got mighty drya attend a jamboree given by the with whom I talked had ever been the same time. Then between song. It was one of the moot inspiring Cream Those who attended the
berries, beans and sweet pota- little while back but people Lakeland Junior Chamber of Cdftn- to this country before but they meals you Americans seem to be sights I've ever witnessed Supper at the hoeq
and Mrs.
t1; toes in addition to a garden. He raised a right smart of stuff any- merce for the British Flying I knew it and practically all told continually drinking Coca-Cola what you and when they Joined our groupin nice time. David Kelly report!'
L" t'' marketed his produce on the how. We've had plenty of rain Corps sent from England to train me It was very similar to the imI call soft drinks, like singing "God Bless America"

n streets and at the State Farmers'I now for awhile.. He has raised here. I think that coming In per I I pressionc they had already formed and yet with all your drinkingyou Is they won our hearts completely Mr. and Mrs. B. M, McRae

I Market here. I corn peanuts and strawberriesthis I sonal contact with these young from what they had read and neglect tea which drink to of us all." Florida has been the train- children were visiting at
he would year and is now getting principally from what they had the most Important stone Heights Sunday lie
Mr. Hemingway says Britishers made a greater Impression the Ing grounds for many a winning
J I like to live on a farm again; he I ready to set out potato plants. I i on men than all I have seen in the, movies. American During the Jamboree "ham-boys team and I'm confident the RAF Mr. and Mrs. B. T Keuy
; served "hot dogs"
was brought up on one. For more I l-O;::: ; read ,or heard of the war. i movies are very popular In Bri- were novelties and will prove to be another, and you daughter. Corlne of Plant C.
r than 21 years he ran a meat market J. E. RO lives seven Cold type and unknown radio tain and they have done much to burgers. They were had I can tell that to Mr. Lindbergh were recent guests of Mr. it.,
in Starke and for more than miles Northwest of Lawtey leone acquaint the Britisher with the lads admitted that they parents, Mr and Mrs
voices lack that certain
9 years worked In the light plant of the few Bradford County somethingthat American customs and American never encountered them before. PINE LEVELBy Kelly.
w quitting there only last May. "I farmers who in raising tobacco, attends a personal interviewwith geography. One boy lifting the top from a Remember the
1, those who have lived bun surprised to find no Mrs. II. M. lUc a.e services at P
love farming," said Mr Hemingway he said Saturday. He has alreadygathered They like America and Ameri- Level Church next
through it "over there" and In ham. He naturally assumed that Saturday D''.
Saturday." "and would like I around 1,009 pounds this found The farmers in this section are and Sunday and
All said that
1 their own words give you an account cana. f I II ''a "hamburger" would contain Sunday n,
h to operate on a big scale."I season from 1 3-10 acres, and setting strawberry plants.Mr. Sunday School It held
of their reactions and ex- sympathetic and the
everyone "ham" and he termed It "very every Si
the I Ii
into may get more. "Most of I I and Mrs. Dallas/ Powell of at
"I believe we are going periences. day morning 10:30 o'clock.
tretm'othey have received here' steak
much like our Salisbury
farmers have raising tobacco ,
quit !
the war," he said changing the I Having met, and talked with i Bartow and Mrs. W. M. Hogan Mr. and Mrs E J,
horrified smear
; He me McRaf
settle said Mr. Rosier "The had been wonderful. Things that I was topee, of last week-end
"We will have to It'Is' Jasper spent
subject these easier to
young men of mustard on my Waldo and Mr and Mrs
Government holds them down so impress them most were contrasts great gobs Mac ]
don't send the with their brother and sister-in-
it. I hope they understand how Britain has been
that they had to quit raising it. to conditions here and at home. I sandwich and was certain I would Creary of Louisiana were
believe and Mrs. David
boys over there, but I sure able to carry on as she has and law. Mr. Kelly. \1
Nobody can raise tobaccO' unless They were amazed to see citrus burn myself to death for British ing relatives here
to In It. I MI', and Mrs Eldon Sapp and Sunday
we are going get they instill courage. and confidence I ai'
y fruit in and mustard Is plenty hot and la used
allotment for, It. If such quantities one
have a boy In the Navy," he con- he an for,, the future In the hearts little son, Randolph and :Mrs. T, noon.
tinued. "He is In Honolulu. lie they raise It without an allotment, of those they contact I chap pointed out that a single sparingly.
the Government won't let them orange would coat 75c' if youI Driving some of the boys
the 18 months
has been In navy Young men for the most part
sell it even after they raise It," could get it at all. The abundance around town I happened tostopat ,
is a third-class mechanic and a from 18 to 23, I found them keen, McCOY MANUFACTURING CO.
,, petty officer. He Is taking up he said. They have either' to cutIt alert Intelligent and confident. I of sweets sugar, ice cream and a gas station and ordered ten Inc.
down or not sell It. candy-Intrigued them. On their gallons of gas The lad sitting at
plane mechanics. He was Practically all of them have been Gainesville, Florida
wanting to go In the navy," Mr. As to the price of tobacco Mr. under fire as civilians. They have :j j arrival they were so hungry for' my side gasped in amazement:
he Rosier said: "The priceIs sweets which are extremely "Imagine being able to drive In
"When wasa average
Hemingway IB Id. Keen first-hand the death and de-
boy he would cut out pictures 16 cents. Sometimes it goes struction of aerial bombing raids.It scarce in their home land that I,' and get ten gallons," be said WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

r of ships and hang them on the I as low as 7, 8 and lOc per pound; has not frightened or dlscour- they would dip their spoons Into turning to the other Brltlshera."that's LONGLEAF YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS
; wall. lIe went to I and I have seen it bring 30c or the sugar and eat It with genuine more than we are allowedto
{ r then to Norfolk' and JaCkSOnVllle'1! more-even S5c. I'm looking for declaration of war by the United relish Sweet shops and standsIn use a month at home!" LUMBER & MOULDINGS

fornia, and to Honolulu. This Is It to sell around 30c or 35c this States would be so great that the vicinity of their training I w a. particularly impressedwith '

the third time he has been there. I I year, because of the scarcity. We Germany would be whipped be- headquarters were quickly depleted the respectful courtesy good Direct From Manufacturer To You _
"The United States will beat may get a good price now that fore we actually got Into the ova P!e4 t stocks of candy. manners and good breeding evidenced

the fool out of the Germans. It I I there Is not so much of It. war. They know that we can They Just couldn't seem to get by these boys. There

1 t took the U. 8.. to settle the World, Speaking of the season Mr. whip them. They don't want us enough sweets wasn't a roughneck In the lot nota Mill And Yards At GainesvillePhone

War and I think we will have to Roster said "We didn't get too In the war. If a fellow has One lad said "You drink a great smart-aleck. They were real
I P do It again." much rain: It was pretty dry until been whipped once h e doesn't deal In America don't you ?" "gentlemen," although as a' group
Friday. We got a pretty good want to fight the same fellow ,' Being cold sober I just couldn'tget they represented a cross section 1237 or write Box 414

D. J. Luke I lives three miles out rain Friday. Several farmers are anymore." the drift "Do we?" I asked of English life Some came from

tf east of town on the old Starke- ,: setting out straw berry plants I
Lawtey road. He has been raising now" he said "but I'm not. I

corn, peanuts beans strawberries raise tobacco beans, peas and :i
r and sweet potatoes. "It has dried sweet corn. The wet weather _

off again since the hard rains," he ruined Ben Fortner's tobacco last 4 V

said Saturday afternoon. "I t is week," ,Mr. Rosier concluded. V

nearly 11 m e' to set out straw .
berries." I Saturday afternoon when the

When asked to give his opinion roving reporter was out Inter .,

regarding the war In Europe and viewing farmers, he ran across .
whether or not he thought Postmaster Fred F. Stump. Mr:
America would be' Involved in It, !I Stum is greatly Interested in ,

he was reluctant to make reply. :iI I farmers and farming as is evidenced .

'"I'll Just have to wait and see by his activities In behalfof '.

t I how the war comes out" he said. I I the State Farmers' Market at I I

l r "I'd rather wait, since I don't I Starke. "The tar m e r s. should

know anything much about It, I plunge and plunge heavily on cabbage .'

"h:: know Germany in. not going to (I collards, turnips and mustard -

win the war-not, If the United this winter," he said. Mr. .
States starts i n time. I hear Stump has been working throughthe '
what the butI market to the .
they say over radio get ""
.. or of,
can't believe Jt all. Soon there farmers to raise these vegetables

wouldn't be anybody left over I| so that they will have an Income '

there If as' many, .people were during the winter prior to the Cool Home

killed as both sides claim. Germany -I strawberries and early spring -,. .
can't Ray she' is going to crops. "Mr. White, farmer' manager .
i win the war. We don't believe of the Farmers' Market at

that" Fnlatka told me that the market 't a or

there would pay If it handled no O.w
Reuben Thornton works 0 n other crop except cabbage.. Mr. t o

Felix Snpp's farm at llellbronn Stump Bald.Turning .
,ai Springs. He thinks "It's hard to to the ever-present war ,
tell who'll win the war" And situation Mr. Stump remarked Naval Air Base

.t speaking about whether or not that. "Only one nation can stop
America would send troops a-j Hitler, and that is the United

broad he said, "They've got a States. The moral effect of a .

Vegetable Salads For ,

Summer Meals x.

l'''' .
By Katharine Fisher

\ Dinner, GooJ IION! 4.rffgg lgrtljats WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE !

.I ----

Nutrltlonlllt tell us to "work in" a leafy, Clr yellow veg -
table raw or cooked once a day! sometimes twice. What better way Enjoy cool comfort, day and night, in meeting our country's defense needs.
5 than via'the salad bowl Salads or raw shredded cabbage raw sliver
carrot or turnips' dIced! tomatoes celery, cucumbers, scallions. etc., your home this swnmer. aatyta, ;
temptingly I seasoned with salad dressings give you all the vitamins
and minerals raw vegetables offer Just flick a switch for air conditioning m

It' '" As for cooked vegetables into many refrigerators You )have only to call on our Sunshine or ventilation. And for a few cents an w ;
r go leftover cooked peas limas. airing beans
i a carrots, etc. If you toss them with crisp sal5Jgreen Service army of over 1,500 skilled hour you can transform your warm
,, raw vegetables a bit of minced onion diced
: !green or red pepper or minced parsley (peppers and employes. They're instantly at your home into a cool mountain lodge. tic
parsley are both rich in vitamins A and C) and salad .
dressing you can have a salad bowl aa varied as command, with the same cheap, o
_ you please. Fresh herbs such as tarragon chervil
t dill, and sorrel; uplift the salad too. And if a dependable electric service that is SEE YOUR DEALER !

_ IIr.. hearty version is more to your liking just add some v
grated, crumbled or slivered cheese diced hard. .

d ATMABINI,' NSHU cooked eggs meat, fish or chicken: -home-cooked ElEniWITY: IS: (HEAP! Jl v Y
01,.."-.,.- or canned I
G.." rslS rt.VI <
I'i": In
making salad dressings frequently lemon
a juice as a seasoning' :, for It add vitamin C Try. too. "i 4bt
adding minced onion chutney, chives fresh or dried herbs or .
,''r sliced olives to bottled or homemade salad dressing..
.. Jellied salads. fit especially well into hot-weather meals. They can m
(IDe made and safely tucked away into the refrigerator: early In the
(r day or the day before. You can buy packaged geltin aspic to which 1
you can add l l vegetable meat, or Ash mixtures.

I String.Drun, ReU.h Salad

Twt.d k* CMI Ho..I... ,...It.,.. tM ln.tlt..*-*......*.. mwwrlgg flit
an and >PO .. Mm_,. '....1.
144 IM _r..a .(,1... besot 1 ..... ersnulat.d .,... O
J'* I". salt *.p.cll .........
e. bnlllnrc w..... .. .In....
H e. chorp whit onion* 3 ...
S tb.p..slad oil Slu".....

Conk -...- wh.'h. h.*. "*." n. >.".* ".,I" Into 1H* pl__. with
.I tap, of tM salt, and ...111". w.t.,. .....Nd anlll boa mnc.pt ....01_....... j- HBm V" Vrs
ib min' D"'i"I add .m.tning 1..NdI. .Idvsan.. .
&wth....a .fo.. ". Chili fop ......1 hours. _.. .. any 011.... ......11.. > &$mms&mi ..

M.... aagtatlw. 6.r. with .ut.ltocl aouod.rs. .11e" (ors..w, eo...
brwd. sod raspberry. t.piocs. 1
.a14 v /
Ham Supper Salad

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ea". and _... M...*** ...... i
K Ib. dins, eank.d b.mabout. I .t) -
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MI .
", B.... on any dr./rvl/ ...1." ..,..n.thoroughly. R..... d. Chili until ready. m. sane. beTTe
Mwa butur.d purtaMknt' II.... far "I.."... with ..."..... .essm.of.mu.reom.
..sup and brncoll fetd'caffr: bran*.mutllna, ...U... pudding topp' with ..ue"''" 1

Ixenzo Dressing
T..l.d I, Csad "".......,1... ,,,..ltu... U.. (
lnutltuM.ppsatd ..... .
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t.tbep. .rr.At jelly I t. ig&i
w km.,'' jele." p p.prk. &i3&i
: 1 ...
G salad oil ir'li annulated' .nrt
r''t I"tap.. ult" :;..,. chill* ...... r

1 : I' f"ohIIU"O'' jelly bwt with' fnrb. 0.,1. bat ....n .mouth. Add ......1...
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: : JUL 18.1941'


5I ''H

I,i AROUND LAWTYE I This Attractive House Containing 3 Bedrooms By MISS VANDERBILT VEIJH NORMAN"Mr. > ,

With Ruby Moore
nl I and Mra.'O. C. Norman and

, NSTRCcrION'E LAWTKY FISH MARKKT FIRST \PTI8T CHUKCIt Financed With FHA-lnsured Mortgage of $2,700 family spent the week-e \d hers t;

'T '( ,OVE.ItNTS: FOR REOPENED BY NEW PICNIC A DIG SVCCESS with Mr. and Mrs. F M. Norman. t:
I.'" RESIOKNTSMr. were on the way to their
TOT\L $10.500.00the About fifty local residents of They
\\'It{ during' construe"uy. and Mis. George W. Hall Lawtey and; members of the First hom In Malon* after a vacation taftjIIM

lP 'islanding did not reopened the Lawtey Fish Mar Baptist. Church participated In the In Daytona Beach.
of CS growth as' ket on Wednesday, July 2. and annual
henomlnal I Iber picnic festivities held last Miss Lorn.. Rosier of Wood-
. nt city, Starke; but wish to extend to the public the Friday at Swan Lake, chaperoned of Miss
rtU' guest
repairs and new resldings. facility of purchasing fresh fish by Rev and Mrs, Lee W. Enfteld. lawn was
Velma Norman Sunday,
or locally.Mr. .
construction The cars filled with excited!

,. completed here total In and Mrs. Hall are former children and their parents and 1. Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter .
Ellen Bar.
tly residents of friends left ': Sandra and Mrs.
$10. OO.OO.a Palatka. where Mr. the church grounds at t
bout building: i Is being re- Hall waa engaged In selling shoes ten o'clock and returned about i ber of .Jacksonville were visltlngrMr.
peel 1 and Mra. F. M. Norman Sun *
will shortly presentele and clothing. 4:30: P. M. after a wonderful day '

,! ?i:"new stucco front, with I spent In swimming and enjoying '. .".; day.
I 1tIfglng canopy, and modern Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr, the greatest treat of all-fried ,., l .'''# ,. Mr. and Mra. t t. Rent roe and

Repairs to this have lust returned from a trip to chicken and all the goodies that son. Samuel, were visiting Mr. and L* i
g htlng. Arlington Ga., to vlalt I I Mack and family of
are being: supervised by accompany a picnic, despite the Mr l. Miller John $1l"l
Jtng Annls. and Ben Hall as Sasser. hard downpour during the noon- New River Sunday.

tnictors and will cost approxl- After a two months visit with hour which did nothing to dampen Levy Norman and daughter;

$450.00. her g ran dmother, Mrs. W. E. the spirits of the crowd. Velma and Mlas Lorena Rosier of .

!4iy owner, expects to Webb of Oglethorpe, Ga, Miss Woodlawn made a business trip
oe. business Inbull'l" Grace McDonald returned home IIGKKRY BEST RECIFE to Camp Blandtng Monday.

nit his grocery' when his present Sunday afternoon. Chocolate Pudding MS serted by Mrs. W. B. Bloodaworth of Ral
M"" LouU II. Hill
on the premises he Mr. and Mrs. C. Stiles Bohan- ford and daughter, Mrs D. B.
expires 1 Qt. milk
occupies; and to that end nan and children, Margaret, Catherine 1 1-2 large cans Hers Browning, of 'Jacksonville, were
a one story warehouse and Lane, all of Miami, hey'sChocolate visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. )I.. Nor

building 3D costing: about $1,000.00,,. In spent last week with Mrs. Bo- ; 6 Syrup, man Sunday, m

h' surplus stock of groceries, hannan's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. 3-4 eggs Mlm Velma Norman spent Fri
:li etc. will be kept. AIHe F. M. Blanchard. I 1 1-2 cup teaspoons sugar Vanilla, day night of last week with Mr.

1 of Orlando, brother of Joe Mra. J. T. Witt returned Frl- 1 1-2 cups flour, (a little more J. M. Roaler and family of Wood-

i|, is contractor day to her former home In Knoxville If needed to stiffen pudding to lawn.

I j Phillips la In charge of I Tenn. right consistency). Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loylesa

lighting for those two bulldX. The numerous friends of Mrs, Heat milk-do not boll! and Collie Manning1 of Jacksonville

Lee W. Enfield will learn with Whip eggs until very light, add were visiting Mr. and Mrs.- .

Annis also has contracts I regret that she Is confined to her chocolate syrup, sugar, and flour Allen Howard Sunday.Mrs. .

the paving of driveways, gar- home because of serious Illness. mixed with one cup of warm milk. W. H. Lee of Okeechobe

door and sidewalks for the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cox of Stir In remaining milk and cook A small house containing and Miss Lorena Roaler and Jlramie ,.

duplex frame bungalow Jacksonville were visitors I last over low flame until thickened. three bedrooms and a sleeping. ..- -. Lee of Woodlawn were visitIng -

feud by W. Hal Edwards, Jr., week at the home of Mrs. Cox'a Add vanilla when slightly cool. at porch only which$3.01)0.Is) valued U rare with but lot Mr. and, Mra. H.. I* Normaa

Lch Is nearing completion, cost- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dink- Serve with whipped cream. when it also has an eat.rfor as Friday afternoon.

L approximately $2,000.00: as Ins. Prior to their visit in Law This Is a favorite of the soldier attractive as this Florida Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman

|::1 l as a paving; Job for W. Fred tey they had just returned to boys who spend Sundays with the home it Is likely to create considerable .. made a business: .. trip to Jacksonville

re. who Is planning Interior Florida after spending some time Hill family and will serve ten. Interest The living Monday..
slde- room and dining, room are corn*
well new
as a
niing., aa at Smoky Mountain, Tenn. Misses Carmlchael of'i i
Mrs. L. hined thus Increasing the
his residence In East J. ; Harrell spent Sun ap
for Mr. and Mrs. M.: B. Plummer, in Ga parent sprfetanisacin. of IIoth. Ocala and Lorena R o .Ie I r of
day Arlington, visiting
1fIt)'. and daughters Miss Elizabeth A simple hallway gives accens Woodlawn were visiting MlaaVelma
and Mrs. J. A. Starling and relatives. to all bedrooms and the bath.
and Barbara Ann left Tuesday Norman T u e a day after :
11 moved Into their nearly Mrs. Will H. Edwards spent This property was financed
for extended to Miami noon.
an trip
leled four room frame real- several days this past week In with a mortgage of 2.700 insured
State Road 13 Monday, Beach and vicinity. While away Jacksonville making by the Federal Housing '" 0 o. LA" Levy Norman and Kirby Crew*
nce on they plan to spend some time In necessary Administration. Monthly I of Long Bridge made>a bustneas
1 7. Cons tructlon of one Key West and Daytona Beach, as preparations before moving to to repay a IS-ear mortgage of this amount total approximately $10, aaclu.i.e of I local taxes and trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.MIMROGBAFH .

m and a part of the outside well as at Vero Beach where they that city. Kjrments The coat of a similar property: will. vary: ,is..v otheivlocalittoi cspcUlly where th. eUmaU I
Ing still remains unfinished will be the guests of Ed Beckton, Mr. Jack Howe spent Friday in requires a kan ?..en.and matt heating eo'tlpmenf.' ____ ____ ________ P APR R"' 1 :
this dwelling which Is coating Gainesville visiting Mr. W. J. YTllLEGRAP.
who Is manager of the famous per ream-
00, McKee Jungle Gardens of that McCormack and Mr. Alex Howe GUM BRANCH dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and ... ,

C. B (Brownie) Bennett's; one city who have both been quite 111 but Bob Jones Bv Mra. Edd Pan-foil Mra. C. C. Crosby and family. I, L*im,(
ry borne being rebuilt on the are now greatly Improved.Mrs. Raymond Brown of Plant City .;
of his former real I dence I :Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Boone of R. M. Prevail has recently Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and pent Thursday night with his J. II. COUItTMANCHWs

leh: burned Hay 10, Is nearing Miami were guests of Mr. and returned from Orlando where she Comments On Here son, Bobby, of Sampson City were mother, Mrs. Arle Brown.Mr. >tekMaJcerBUY ItllMllF

mpletton, and another bungalow Mrs. Hallle Jones last week. visited her son, O. R. Prevail, visiting Mr. Sapp's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Dobbs of WITH CONFIDKNCK

it for rental purposes In East Miss Em Hie Prewltt. Miss who Is a patient in the state tub And Hereafter and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday. Ralford were visiting )lr. and AT
wtey has been recently com Helen Prewltt. and Miss Elizabeth ercular aanltorium. Mrs. J. E Anderson of Houston, Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sunday aftsraoon. YOUR nOMll JKWKUCB: :
ted. The I latter house Is Mills of Jacksonville were week Many of an older generation Texas Is spending some time here ,

tied with veneer board, has end guests of the Louis H, Hills. BROOKERBy will remember the famous lecture with her mother, Mrs Nancy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. HaUlop and .
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em bathroom equipment and Miss Betty Brlghtwell also arrived "Acres of Diamonds," which Keene. 8On. Fred and Mrs. Mattie Mo I

estimated to have cost $2- Saturday at the Hill home and Mrs. L. I* rarker Dr. Conwell delivered thousandsof Mr. and )Ir.. P. D Reddish and Cleanaghan. cI children were "' I Ii Il

00Vr. will remain as their guest for SEWING CLUB MEKTS: times. His thesis was that children of Hellbronn were visiting 'visiting Henry Bapp of Lawtey

Bennett's residence Is ofulnr some time longer. "The Ladles sewing club held Its men miss the opportunities for at the home of Mr. and }lrs.J. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

appearance, with a wide Miss Ernestine Moore. returned 8. Sapp Sunday
regular meeting June 24 at the 1,success at their own doors, while and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were -i
I porch and side portico. This home Friday evening aftenVpendIng -. home of Mrs. I. B. Harbison, who Mrs_ .Leila ,JParrlsh spent, 'Sun visiting Mr. and Mrs. H B Kelly
relilng will cost approximately. time'In OalnesvitUi %lg1t-. > j they wander the world, over, or l *
some with >
was" presented with a birthday day night of last week Jier and Mr and Mrs, Marcus Conner
.00000Ocll Ing Miss Anne Snow. present from the club. {wish themselves In dWant places.JDr. husband, Edd Parrlah, at Jack of Jacksonville Sunday afternoon VIMMI

( Whltehead's new frame Mr. and Mra W. Hal Edwards, We regret very much the Illness I Conwell multiplied true Incidents sonville., Kathryn and Robert) Lloyd Kelly rt

Idence, valued at $1.80000, Jr., and son Billy, are vacationing of one of our members. Mrs. of men who journeyed to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keene and returned homo with them after IIk

mining five rooms and bath at the Beach. O. W. Barry, and hope she will the ends of the earth in search daughter, Nancy, returned to spending the week-end In Jack ::

ine built on his property Just Mrs. C. B Bennett left Law be with us again soon.. of fortune, only to find It burled their home In Houston. Texas sonville.Mr. .
rth of his home should
present tey Tuesday to spend several I After an hour spent sewing, refreshments Tuesday of last week after spend and Mrs. Oscar Crosby and
ready for occupancy In .anther weeks with her brother, Levy were served by the In the very ground on which ing a few days here with Mrs children of New River were din

two weeks. Forsyth, In Norfolk, Va. Mr. hostesses, Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. they had rolled their marbles. I Nancy Keene ner guests Sunday of Mr and "

M Lewis has been spending Bennett accompanied her to Jack Oscar* Rimes.BIRTHDAY Ours Is particularly an age Mr. and Mrs. J. C. demons of Mrs. Lester Crosby.

>i ng evenings In the construction sonville and then returned home. of novelties. 'We Jlke search/ Ralford were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop. .i.
aa additional room on his pres- PARTY I Mrs. Mottle McCleanaghan/( and. 1
better than research, and we pre
:Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rob Mrs. demons Thursday
Roy !
t home which should shortly beipleted. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes entertained and
and Mrs. Inoa Kelly
fer the new to the true. Experiment children '
erts and George Roberts, Jr., returned night,
home Saturday night with a rather than experience )Klolse Dobbs spent Monday In II Perfect Work :J
Monday after a ten the Union
Thane attending '
Approximately $200.00 has been party- honoring their daughter, that Gainesville.Mr .
with To
counts high us. say At Low Coat
day vacation at Dula ,1
ni for materials to rebuild the spent her birthday anniver Meeting at Shady Grove near
Agnes, on a thing has been tried and proved and Mrs. Karl: Kirby of .
rcl1 and vestibule of the First Springs, N. C. Is equivalent in the minds of Trenton were: Mr and Mrs. 8. 87Sapp. Starke were Sunday gueata of Mr. Get rU ef thoee ann T ac 1 *
M>tlst Church, and possibly Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hanson and sary.Summer flowers decorated the It Is and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mrs. Floyd Crosby nolMw. 110 certain your
to saying musty
I 1MOO In free labor has been doted Mrs Leola Bowman spent Sunday home and games were enjoyed. many mildewed. We hive experiments L. D. Johns and Mrs. Nancy Mrs. W. T Crosby:! and Mrs. radio la performing cor
by the of afternoon in Jacksonville. Delicious refreshments were Keene. rectly. VV. will loapaot, ItFREBt
willing members In morals, In philosophy, In ec Frank Norman of Water Oak
church to Miss Abble Harley of Starkespent the hostesses, after and Mrs. Fisher Ganklns I
complete their new served by onomics. We observe entire nations Mr. were attending to business In
most attractive entrance. Saturday and Sunday with which the honor guest received deliberately cutting loose and children of Jacksonville were Jacksonville Moaday.Mrs. We Have A Complete Lin* .ef

Ml the youngest workers forM her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. many lovely gifts.NOTICK. from the moorings of the centuries visiting at the home of Mrs Brltton Alvarea and children New Tubes

beautification of Lawtey are Harley. and In mutinying against Nancy Keene Sunday.J. Earl, Jusnlta, Jo Ann of
Mrs. Gertie Hutchinson and : MAYES'Radio :
Ia Barbara Moore and Miss named Experience. E. Anderson of Houston, Pine Level were visiting Mr and
the captain
tty Moore who can be seen Miss Willis of Palatka spent Sun Because of rainy weather postponed the They are giving alleglence to a Texas spent a few days last week Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sunday after i Service 1.

platlllg the painting of J. H. day with Mrs. Hutchlnson's parents Cemetery working was I relatives and friends. noon. !
few weeks but new commander, named Experi here visiting ..__ __ fft1
lOO1'6's Mr. and Mrs. George W.Halt. at Antioch a ago !
front Jacksonville
yard fence on is ment. Now while men are In Lume demons of .. .. |
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!I1ch they began ,work Tuesday. .. Thursday, July 24. everybody the mood for trying things, may spent Saturday night with UI Is I"
and bring tools to f"Siri
Plummer Is the asked to come
Philip Ray 1 and sister-in-law, Mr. and HOTEL SOUTHERN
It not be the best time to remind brother
the day. '
with and spend
and work
guest of his brother
the them that' that they had Mrs W C. demons.Mlsti Hot ami rold running water-Phone 8-0107-Kuropsem rt.;.
CENTRAL tn-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plum There will be d I n n e r on I
FLA. TILE A I try something new which la yet Anges Sapp of Jacksonville W. A41anIA St. at Myrtle Ave.. Jacksonville, ,Flsk.. :
while his are vaca grounds.
MARBLE CO.I mer parents old-the Bible, the eternal Word was visiting her parents, Mr. Kale Single! 7Se and .1.041 per day

"E\'F.RYTIU'IIO: \ TILE"Phnn tioning. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Walley Crews of God. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, recently. Double ...00 and f 1.00 per day
Mrs. John
1181 will be glad to know that she Is of the demands Mrs. Roy demons and daughters
.. Jim Davidson have just returned In the light I A FAMILY HOTEL: I. E. Prop.
Pho.e MSI H Improving at this writing, but Is 'I'' and failures of th.- present day. Mrs. Edd Parrlah. and Junior
from Newton. S. C., where they '
or"" Dl.,1., ROOM for still confined to her room. the reading of Psalm 73 would demons were visiting Mrs. r'.
ler have been visiting relatives .
W. Roanri.rr .t A In. St. Mrs. O. W. Barry has returned be profitable. It demonstrates the Thomas Deloach near Starke. ,

G"nF."ILLE. M.A. the past two weeks Shuford. of Jackson from the Alachua County Hoa- i permanence of the Bible mes Mrs 8. L. Towery and daughter FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Mrs and pital to her home here, and Is sage. In this historical psalm Mary Fae of Fernandlna My Many Years Experience Make I* Peesjtbl* for Me to Render
In Lawtey
U"1'. .. ,..,,.. *....... ville will remain oP.Plummer's Grocery Improving. we see God's ancient people placIng spent a few days last week with EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS: 8EBVTCK

| ".*. "*.....1.. Cabl. *4. have- charge and Mrs. M. B. Ordell Crosby of Starke was all their problems on an economic Mrs. Nancy Keene. MODERATE PRICKS
La'oro t..k. To 9.lrt Fran while Mr. here basis "Can God supply Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and
and relatives
I r..,... visiting friends DeWITT Cf. JONES
., M "_.I..I 1.1_ Plummer are away. table In the wilderness?" was children of the State Farm were
entertained last week. a Starke, Florid .
Mr. and Mrs. Gilley guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lt. Conner
Mrs. GUley's Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene of one of their troubled questions.
their guest
Fred Raw I. of Starke were guests of Mr. and God replied, "I'll supply all Sunday.We .'
Mrs. Mrs. L.
Shoes i Tampa mother, during the past week. I Mrs. Morgan Tllghman Saturday I your have greater temporal needs.needs" How, but strange you L. Conner are sorry on the to report sick' Hat this W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR

Made Allle Peel or Orlando arrived afternoon. true to human week. F. II. A. LOANS
Tal- and how nature
Mrs. J. W. Kelley yet
visit his I Mr. and
Like NewDon't I brother Wednesday Joe, D.July Peel 9,and to assist In madge Kelley and Mrs. Nora Sapp In every age, to streams read In son},Ir.Van and Ice.Mrs.Jr.,Vanlce have returned Keene and to We want the listing on your property .
visitingte Jacksonville Sun conjunction, "He brought (
I the contracting work on the Peel were out of the rocks. and they their home near Lawtey after We have nome wonderful properties for Bale

Building.Mr. and day.Mr. and Mrs Sanford Rltch sinned yet more against hlm.1Again spending the last few weeks with See us about your Real Estate Needs .,

and Mrs. W F. Moore at Glenn and son. of Ralford spent the "And be rained manna his mother Mrs. H. Keene. 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 :

family spent Sunday them. For all
week-end here with Mrs. Rltch's and flesh upon VnI

Springs David and W. Gainesville.Moore spent the parents, )Ir. and Mrs. L. A. this they sinned still, and believed SUNNY BROOK FARM "__..,.....(.." ".', .;;."'...._........._.._.."" "_" .'..'...__..._.. __ ............,
Mr. and Mrs. Brown.R. not for his wondrous II r Hls. .. Arsula Crosby
week-end visiting of Or T. Osteen Is spending ,a works." The more they got the I STARKE SIGN SERVICE
and family and
John Strlbling while with his daughter. Mrs. more they wanted, and the less Mrs. Mattla Mcdenaghan I
lando. for what they children of Jacksonv Ule! are
In Graham. thankful they were
left the firstof Maude Surrency her L. O. COWDREV
wait" I George F Young blamed conditions but spending a while with
untO your shoe In Aubrey H a z e n of Ft. Mon- got. They
J entlM-'y' **om out. Have I. this week to visit to be mouth, N. J.. was visiting his God blamed them and over and brother-in-law and sinter, Mr. and Permanently Located In Starke

"m "'lI"lred now an.1 I Mississippi, and expects next e nts. Mr. and Mrs.. Mann over we read "Yet they rebelled Mrs W. R. HaUlop.
.\e until the early part of, par spent the week
Hubert Kelly
the God.
away moet High
: acalnst the
money would
you recently.Mr. I'rofeMdional
Hazen, 30 Years A Sign Painter
1 for week. this end In Plant City
new oquick- "'e ? Mrs. Cleveland Mott of Perhaps someone- reading .
","" III&vt np and' _tl.fae-JIIlve A letter to your "news reporterfrom Mlxon Ralford. were visiting Mr. and message thinks he Is facing problems brother-in-law and slater, }[r. and In HusineHS 20 Years In Palm Heach County :.

Io1ft WJlh Mrs. Rex Wayne Clemens this week. to which an answer cannot Mrs. Raiford Brown. :
and d Ellis
'lable lien'lee. Call to- (nee Mary, Edwards) reports Mr. and a Mrs).[r. and Mrs' V. V Knight and possibly be found. Why not go Mrs. Art Brown was a dinner and ALL SIGNS PAINTED RIGHT (
do. brother
y. wonderful wedding trip. visitors In Wild- back to the> Bible? Others have guest Sunday of her

Mrs Mlxon), spent several days In wood children last were week. faced the same problems andhave slster-ln-Iaw, Mr. and Mr*. Mar PRICED RIGHT GUARANTEED ':,,
Washlngtorv D. C, and are now Mr.. and )Ira. J. P. Wilson of been saved by this wondrous ion Moody of New River.
summerJ 1J. Pa., where they nit Its }Ir. and :Mrs.:. Randolph Crosby
HOllingsworth In Miami were visitors here recenU,. Word of God. Why peruse 221 North Walnut Street

Electric are visiting Mr. Mlxon's and )parents.[ra.. W. Mr. and Mrs.' Eldon Hardy of pages accept: Its promises and of Jacksonville, Mrs.Gladys Henry, Car and I (In Rear) P. O. Box 281 :
Shoe Shop Mrsj. J. H. Moore visiting here the Jlte- vlng Christ It reveal? ter and daughter. I I ,
Oppo.lte, Park Theatre I. r.. Moore epent Tuesday In Jacksonville Saturday Gainesville were "Let's go back to the Bible." Gene Carter of MaxvUl were ....." ............-.._, ...... "'............_ ...u.__... !.

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JUL181941Eiairr I- yJtTj


I Playhouse Programs Buys Kahr PlaceW. .W. P. Smith Wins New Fire ChiefIn the brain, and """e r_u
First Aicl ClassesTo a recovery from
the !
Honors At Shoot view of the absence of V. Noise is et et:1I:
realtor Tuesday
!Friday Saturday T. Clute known to 'J
, Be Held Starke ?
from during
H. Carden
leased to L. A. Hall of Cltra rt t&I i
According to an announcement the Gulf Filling Station and gro- Starke's five-man skeet team. the day, being employed at Camp] which: V8weiia' I
First Aid Classes, under the I consisting of W. P. Smith Sr., and to the extreme energy Set
i, by Phil Terry. director. the Com' cery store which was owned and Blandlng owing the body it also f
sponsorship of the will I munlty Playhouse programs In operated by A. L. Kahr, Sr., Sam And e r son Mrs. Le Roy fire hazards which often distress. 'Whatever Cau:-

County Red Cross Chapter, I the Armory will get into full prior to his untimely death June Childa Harry Houston and Titus occur during the day. the City; can be done < ,

begin In Starko at an early date. I swing Friday and Saturday nightsof 10. Mr. Hall will continue to Olson. defeated a Palatka team Council unanimously voted Tueaday -i fects of this noTt'LH t i

according to an announcement II I this week when it Is planned the place. In a 00-target shoot at the Pa- night to make Bud Jenkinsfire i'everyone eAt \
E K. Ferryman operate resolve to
4 this week by Judge afternoon do
to present 20 acts of variety talent The lease according to Mr. latka Gun Club Thursday chief. 'I least; stop .

I chairman. I In conjunction with a musical Clute 1s for one year with an of last week by a margin of Mr. Jenkins Is a. local man needlessly.-Jacksonville blowing .

R. L. ThompHon who recently I film. Tonight' (Friday) programwill option to buy. The business Is 218 to 198. W. P. Smith led the and has belonged to the volunteer jCUPID'S

k moved to Starke and l In connected I be "strictly formal" for civilians located about a half-mile south procession with a score of 48 out firemen for two 0 r three BLITZ\KAR:

with the Trianon Development officers and their wives. of town on Road 13. of 60. although he made one I years, W. M. E d w ards, council Whether

3( Corporation will conduct( the I and nurses of the Army hospital Mr. Hall baa a wife and two straight, 25 out of 25. Sam Anderson chairman. said. The urgent need/: bomb. and blitz Cupid h,,
will be held In of 30 and instead,
which 47 out
cloflucH Mr. Terry said while Saturday children-a son 5 and a daughwter for three or four additional men traditional bow III
the courtroom here. It was said. I "Informal" for civilians Harry Houston and Mrs. Le Roy and III'ro
night will be 3. Mrs. Hall Is a daughterof on the force was stressed at the don't know
had wide experience In made 46 out of SO but In any ,,j
has each
t He and all soldiers., a pioneer Starke family Mr. Chllds meeting Also the absolute necessity scored more
this work. I The Playhouse programs were Hall said-L. V. Morgan. He will while Titus Olso said he 'aIsoshot of securing several other en before in victories in 191 lever
There Is no charge for the score of 38 out the hlgto'' J
delayed from the original schedule move his family to Starke this making a tlrely volunteer I fire-fighters' United States. )

Iv ; instruction, and those who wish because of regulations forbid week. of 60. ready to help In any emergencyfor

L to sign up for the course may ding Camp Bland Ing bands and Later on Mr. Hall expects to "Dr. Le Roy Chllds who shot national defense. Please lean Marriages last yea t ,
leave their names at the Bradford outside is Southeast champion about a million and a
orchestras from playing open a meat warehouse and with Palatka ) who will volunteer for such
County Telegraph office. The clashes the reservation, it ia said. However wholesale native meats whichis for men," W. P. Smith said work see Mr. Jenkins at once: is a greater total rmuibJ

will begin a* soon us enough I I Mr. Terry states that he has Ms regular line of work, he Monday "and I beat him; and also any others who would like ever before and almcxt u i

4. are registered. ; secured the services .of a large said. Mrs. Chllds. who shot with to join the City's regular fire percentage of each thou
s; Knowledge of first aid is rightIn __, out-of-town orchestra for the entertainment Starke Is Southeast champion for fighting squad. population as that of ita

line with civilian defense this week. The programs women and I beat her. H. S. the AEF came back from i
stressed at this //. //. Keen Dies and rushed
which is being danc. Palatka straight for
will be followed by Walker, who shot with 64.501,694 AMERICANS I Iht
time, and Boy Scouts and other for H. H. and I Incidentally. ,
Funeral services is Remington champion ARK CHURCH MEMBERS!: Cupid u,
group are urged to take advantage ing.Mr.. Terry has conducted Little Keene were held at Dyal Cemetery beat him" Mr. Smith concluded In I got<< a lot of help frora hl

of this opportunity. I Theatre groups' in several southern Sunday afternoon July 6, at glee! But, then perhaps, be forgets The 1941 edition of the Tear mer triumph. There wen;

and western cities,:and witha 3:30 o'clock with the Rev B. H.I I that he is only. 72 yean book of American Churches reports of babies born In the yean

Add To Y Staff I : number of Community Play Rawls of High Springs officiating young "and his eye is not dim. there were 64,501.59' I after that marrying 8Pree of

the Board of house units throughout the south, assisted by the Rev. I. P.I I nor his natural strength abated. church members in the United and it's those babies now> ,
WT At a meeting Y, M. C. A. r he Is carrying on the family tra Wise. Mr., Keene died In a Jacksonville States in 1940 or about 49 perCent I up. who are now marrylni

i Directors of the Army unanimously dition. His aunt was Dame Ellen hospital July 4th, after a OARELESNESS WASTES of the population. ther a lot of people wht

Tuesday night It was Terry. famous actress of the! last lingering illness. EGOS NEEDED FOR FOOD The Methodist Church, recently been putting off marriage i

voted to recommend Mclnnls employment of Vicks generation.Staff Born In Baker County, April There is not much point in united with its Southern branch I count of poor economic con

of Jordan Hugh of I Finny Grand-dad of the local Playhouse. as 30. 1882 the deceased had made : asking the Nation's hens to Increase recorded the largest enrollment- have apparently decided to c

burg. of Mlns.both, as Indoor director and outdoor a pio- I announced by Mr. Terry Is: due- his home In Bradford Countyfor I I egg production by at least 1.377.487--of any Protestant de It, after all.

activities.gram Mr. Mclnnls has had Pictures don't lie. .' al1d.U'el I ley White musical director; Grace many years. He was unitedIn five percent, and then allow five nomination. The Northern and Salute General Cupid\

us a physical a good thing that J. W. Jordan Dew, social secretary; Ruth Alvarez marriage to Miss Nancy Ellen : percent to go "bad" through Southern Baptist conve n t i Ion II glneered the biggest bllttofl

21 director years and experience came here highly I has a picture to back up the story l business secretary; Jack Connor of Ralford on September careless handling, as often happens were next with a combined totalof -Jacksonville Journal

recommended.If I of this 11 1-4 pound black bass. I Cosgrove electricity and sound; 24. 1803: and unto this union In the summer months says 4,949,174.The .

the action of the local directors which he had the pleasure of reeling i Helen Runo. ballet; Regis Smith were born eight children six of 'N. R. Mehrhof, poultryman with Yearbook said c h u r c h NOTICR OF APPl.lfVI

Mr Mclnnls In on a recent fishing trip. voice; Isa Strabo stagecraft; whom survive. the Florida Agricultural Extension membership Increased 7.86 percent ron rntKu I !
Is .
Senate Bill 'v ..
will be employed by the Army Just goea to prove that all the Stanley Brown. harmony pIano. Besides his widow Mr. Keene Service.It between 1931 and 1940. NOTICK. IS HEKEUr 1111)" n

of the Na. I "grand-daddies" haven't been and organ; Malonl fencing.A Is survived by two daughters is estimated that about 2 billion showed 244,311 That Hayword Bruokn hoi:
and Navy Department An analysis Certificate
Tan No.
4J7 ,,
I' I la
from the of Fernan
tional Y. M. C. A. Council and caught yet.MIMROGKAPII. portion of receipts Mrs. S. L. Towery eggs are lost each year churches in the country of which I 2nd day of September, A., D

will be a much-needed additionto Playhouse performances will go dma and Mrs. J. E. Anderson i through spoilage that could be 199.762 were affiliated with Pro- I ha ha., made filed application same In my alit

the staff of the local I Y. He PAP K 11-41 to benefit the B. H. S. athletic of Houston Texas; and four sons prevented. For example an egg testant denominations having I to be Issued thereon furati
BRADFORD COUNTY fund and the canteen, where refreshments W. A. Keene of Houston Texas; plant in the Middle West Said certificate embrace.I t u
duties here packing
will not assume bin per ream- 50,000 members or more; 18,733 lowing described
TELEGRAPH.Ta will be served during V. H. Keene of Lawtey and R. C. recently reported to the U. S. I County of Bradford properly'
untU some time in August. Roman Catholic; 93 Old Catholic;: Stats Ol
each production will be managedby and Harley Keene Jr. of Starke.He Department of Agriculture that Orthodox 3728 Jewish Ida. to-wlt:
809 Eastern ;
Law t Boy survived by his mother, I Lot S of Blk Lincoln Clt
Starke and e y Is also months had :
OF in two
NOTICE candlers
Its religious -'
and 21,194 to "all other Zi Twp. 6 S R. 2! E.,
Scouts with proceeds to benefit Mrs. Ellen Johnson of Jacksonville to throw away eggs worth over a bodies" I The assessment of th. ..,d
UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE their needs. Mr. Terry said. and two brothers, D. S. thousand dollars a result of I erty under the saId certlfioued

PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES The director Is urging everyone Keene of Jack sonville and O. careless gathering and handling. Roman Cathottc members was I Gibbs.I .was In the name, 01
with any musical talent or dramatic Keene of Glen St. Mary. Careful studies have shown reported at 21,24,455: ; I Unless said certificate
80733, Acts of 1 4I. notice Ii* hereby .lvcn Fe- members or more), 38- I redeemed
Al provided by chapter aspirations to see him 'at Active pall bearers were: when laid (50,000 according to UK I
.upu..i for 1940 are now delinquent that,eggs are "good" ,
that tangible personal property tune* 4.641,184 Old property described therein _
and.t>e tnnlntf'' with July. U "ui-h taxe. are drawIng IntereHt once at the Armory as many Interesting lix Sapp. Bill ReddIsh. P. D. Reddish but the germ in fertile eggs may 103.984: Jewish, ; I I old: to the highest bidder
of l percent per month pJu the proportionate emit of publishing this activities for the summer Herman Moody and two Catholic 23,909; Eastern Orthodox -I court house door on the drat.
notice.l IJnleim amount net opposite each name below I are" paid before I I start developing at any temperature .440. and "all other I day In the month of Sept'
the first; day of Auirti.t. warrant. will Issue thereon directing; levy upon and fall are now being plan attendants from the Key-McCabe above 68 degrees. Infertile ;, 1941. which IM the In' .
lund eture of th. taniclbltt .J'.r"Dnlll l prop.rty of the tax payee for unpaid I ned. Funeral Home In Jacksonville bodies." 1710622. 'September 1141.I .
i additional route. The of delinquentperonal for which cooling also is I
taxe*. ,* nuHI"' and name eggs Dated thin 15th |
property tat payer and the amount of tats.. Including the I Itt who were in charge of arrange Important may be produced'''by A day o(
of advertising. and the flmt month's penalty are an follow I DEEDS FILED OFFICIAL
tt OoHt Buys Businesses ments. getting rid of the roosters as ( SEAL) A. J. T,
J. .'1'. and Minnie Wynn Clerk of Circuit Court of'
,, : [ Payer *_.sst n.e* Tn< Parer Amoemt ttm. Quigley
for hatching are
.' Cvntr C.mmlmmlom.r UUtrlr N.. Connell. of Miami. has loon as eggs Quigley his wife and L. A. Davis ford County Florida. 7-111
C..",, Commlmtni: t IHatrlrt !lI. Gene Scouts Attend Meet "Tell the
needed. roosters -
1 a-Month Stark* no longer

Richard 1-I.awteyflennelt. .....?_..,.. $ 5S4J (iTall Orlffl 1. Arnold W _______.-.-._-__-.-..--.-. 8 i.BS 4" bought out both and Carl R. L.Halpem Hough. Scoutmaster Chas. H. Allen anda good-bye by the first bf to and Harry Lee Ferryman Houston July Davis 13 his; Jean-wife In Circuit Court, Br.

Carter, M. I..._.._ ".8t I.ee. K. re ......____.______ 1.S7V photographer 70 July" Is good advice.> tti Oscar County. lo'lorlda.-ln ChannoJ Tkotl
dealer In fresh fruit juices of boys from Troop .>, Taylor a widow to M. Ulover Plaintiff vs.
demons U J. _._'__.___ 1.51 mmtr Cemtmlmittnfw UUtrlvt tallng. group when lald,WTat. |h. Ulover Defendant On ill
Hoeler, Berry ..,. _..-..... 11.181| 4 tAraaaat. M:k.te>M A *l'fcere.N.'I. 'both of whom occupied the vacant attended 'the regular meeting of As an egg at" Grrals and wife Georgia Inez the let day of September,! I
S tn herlat
Rosier Mr*.. t. 8. .?___._ 41.03 Ulvern Reynold, 4>enrae r _.---.-..-_- _-_- ...4 lot adjoining the Bradford County the Suwannee District at Camp I body temperature : ". -*- OMffls July 5; O. L. Brown and t4t the defendant Ihomij
Reddish Drew R. ....._. 'K4 StarlIng, ferry ___..?..... a.8' Telegraph belonging to E. S. Mat. Oleno near High Springs Tuesday least 104 degree' Mt ftherttlA Sarah Brown his wife to O. L. Glover, whose residence li (Ut013 ;
"'Ia.... W. M. ......__..___ 1I.ltll: be 'coot d'' al* Texas required to
Iteddlah. fry ..___.. ._ 413 Anderson In warm The
At this time Lyle Jr.. and Grace Brown to bill filed against him]
Walnwrl ht. T. U ....__. I..' Turner. Willie ............. I.41 thews. night. $t wn.
The recommended In. This order to b e pub
We Wa Tpt. Co. ..84runB.fr will his First Class moat at once. Thomas widow
business 7 Ollie a
------ ---- The photograph was awarded July ;
(',..*].,. "'."".'**'<.... nl.....I I). ('.-ml-l.... DUtrlet N*.I I for cooling both 'fertile once a week for four conw
_..Nrtk SUrke' .1| B-New K.,... 111'....... be run as formerly. Mr. Connell badge. Other Bcouta from here temperature to. i(Nelson Freeman Crosby and week In Bradford County
Anderson J. Li. ............ S(4Ilradford Barry, Lloyd ._.._...,..___ 4.01 p said upon taking charge Monday. attending the m e e 11 I ng were: and infertile eggs is' between Inez Crosby husband and wife. Bradford graph a newspaper Starke publlihl, Flf 1
Co.'Op. II.IS Crosby, O. K. -.--.-------. 1.6J 40 and 63 degrees.1 This
Co. Co. Crosby U fl. __._ ._ S.34CrewH the personnel that Mr. Halpern James Platt Barney McRae Jr., .July 7; Robert F. Demoreat and July Hit h 1 4I.OFFICIAL. .
--- t
Crosby, Floyd ....---------. 1481rroby 1 Fonnle. ............. 6.15Dowllnir had still remaining on the job. Leonard Smith and Floyd Green. means that eggs should be gathered wife Verna J. Demo rest, to John (( SEAL) A. J
_1:_.... ._._ too1 .: Clerk Circuit Court Br.|
I.e.ter Joe I* ..?_... .-- 4 N4 at least three tunes a dayin
llreen, Adam .............. 171 Ureen Mr*. U A. __ ... IS 80 The drink, business will be run Capt. Bob Sheeran, assist I ant H.t :Penmark, July 9; Cecil R. County Florida. Vll
,*, Ita l. A. U. ..__.. .. ___ ._... lilt I Harrell. Luther ..__._..._ 4:OJMliell much as before with the exception scoutmaster also accompanied the the summertime. Eggs should Moore and wife Opal Moore toW -
Jordon, W, T. __......___ 4.63Kervey I nrady .............__ 1.411 very be cooled and held until' mar.
O. U __',__...__..... 1.77 Steven. T M. ........._-....___ 1113 that Mr. Connell will group. .. Frank Johnson July 9; Hester In Circuit Court, Br
Kopy Corner 1 Lunch 664 I "tokes., II B. _...?____..__ 14.aft handle cocoanut milk In addition keted in the coolest practical 'L. Thomas and husband Mai- bounty, Florida.- In Chi
Norman 13. W ..__.___.._. 3.82 I C'. A. Kllht the farm'-Irt 'cellars Chester Isaac Du Bull} Plalmi'
Htarllnw Hearl ......-__ _... 343 I Tax Collector Bradford County! to: orange grapefruit and pine. Civilian SalariesThe place on lory Thomas to D. G. Kelley Elsie Du ibis, r> ef mlnnt
"Htern Harry -_.__...... .. at.:,. I Florida.CLASSIFIED apple juices. It Is his purpose to caves. ice' houses or other cool' July 10; Henry Griff and wife Monday 141. the the defendant lt day Ebb of t;opl.Do

run on as usual for a month or so Quartermaster Corps will places. Ola Grlfls to E. F. Conway. July I. required to appear to tk''

ADS and then make Improvements. he spend 1298.240 for civilian salaries A single egg allowed to spoil 12; W. H. Wainwright and wife filed to' be against published her herein.oni-e a TIll e*"

stated Monday. at Camp BlandIng during not a great loss says Mehrhof Nettle S. Wainwright, to Oscar tour' consecutive week In B.
the current fiscal The total but billion lost Is serious County Telegraph an..'
year. a eggs as Carter and wife Gladys Carter
FOR S A-strawberry plants In FURNISHED COTTAGES oa I publIshed In Halt! Bradford C 'good condition to finish mak Lake Santa Fe 8 miles east of Methodist ChurchA amount to be expended In Florida as the sinking of a food July 14; W. H. Edwards Jr., and (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. T
for this purpose Is 2195980. ihlp. Eula M. Edwards his wife to Clerk Circuit Court.
ing. Located 2 1-2 miles South Waldo. Electric lights run. tarke') Florida July 1 1611.,AI I"
I cordial invitation Is extended This does not Include money paidto S. T. Starling. July 14. 1.1,|| (
water. L Is
of Starke on James Johnionsplace. nlng Inquire e w
Co. to the public to the worship services persona engaged in construc- )MARRIAGES HIT ALL TIME
John D. Diggs. Itp Jewelry Gainesville. Fla.
tt at the Methodist Church., tion of Army projects. 1IQH EASY ON THAT HORN

FUR SALK 1840 International The services for the week are at Give credit to National defense. The strain of modern life Is so

Truck. 2 tons. 177-Inch' wheel. FOR RENT- 5-room bungalow follows: : Small BlazeFire Dan Cupid or what you will, the great as to entail suffering, of YOU SAVE with

. base large body. good condi : unfurnUhed. Practically new.- Church School 10 A. M. each I UnIted States chalked up- an all- lone kind or another, on all. The EVERY SHAVE

tion. Can be seen 331 N. J. Maurice Edwards. Starke. It Sunday. broke out al 2:30 A. M Ume record of 1,500,000 marriages I amazing high percentage of the

Cherry. Also ,1 electric range Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Thursday in the J. J. Canova for 1940. insane Is largely due to the stress

1 never used. 1 electric Easy FOR RENT-Kingsley Lake west Young People's Meetings 7 P, drug store. Authorities said it The census bureau estimates under which we live. In some

_ Washer slightly uned.-Inquire shore cottage. Would consider M. must have originated with the worked out In an atmosphere of states one out of every twenty- HERE'S HOW YOU .\\

Brooks Food Store. remodelling. modernizing! and Evening Worship 8 o'clock. pilot light of a gas stove In the orange blossoms and the wedding two persons Is shown by statistics
enlarging to suit Army officer., services each Wednesday kitchen. A night pat r 0 !man to suffer mental breakdown.
Prayer from a
i march Lohengrin indicatedthat wastt t
If 1. In time! Why
Interested write L.
FOR 8AL.K-Oood 3-gallon. train. Wyman, turned in the fire alarm the fire
at 8 P. M. there were 11.8 marriages What ever can be done to mitigate l
ed Jersey cow. Third calf.-C. N. C. State College Raleigh, department did its efficient work ments that mean actual
At Sunday's services the Pastor for every 1.000 population in the the rigors of life should be
N. C. 7-4
C. Hutchinson, Route 2, Starke. 4tp will speak on "Growing In Grace"at and the damage was slight. country compared with 9.9 In done. If persons, are unwillingto when our barbers givt ex

Up STRAYED-one small red horse the morning service and the 1930. The middle-aisle rate how reduce the amount of unnec- service in the least timer\

FOR SALE-4 choice lots. In- mule. Last seen In Hampton subject will be "Putting Oneaaelf. 4 Years of HelpSince ever was slightly behind the issary noise from a due regardfor
section. Finder please see E. In The Other Fellows Place. ratio of 12 per 1.000 set In 1920 the comfort and welfare of
H. 213 low
from R. English. P'J
quire Our
launched Its 2. In
J. Dowllng. Itp A cordial welcome to all. Florida pub- after world war demobilization. others' a just law should require money
_ North Broadway. Starke. lip assistance four of i It
lic program yean A slightly smaller total of marriages them to do so. give you the benefit

FOR SALK-10-room dwelling on LOSTbrown leather billfold W. N. Brown Dies ago (July 1, 1037) Bradford gave a higher rate in that All sounds that we hear and savings in outlay tot b

lot 160x320 in town of Lnwtey containing some cash. auto drivers County recipients have received year because the total populationwas even those that we do not consciously and upi

-Box S7, Lawtey. Fla. T-4 4tp license, social security card Wllburn N. Brown. 70, retired 'cash grants totalling $186.370.70. somewhat smaller hear while we are asleep shaving equipment

and other papers. Liberal reward farmer of Hampton was found This amount was divided as follows Betides selective service one make a>physical impression upon

FOR SALE!:-73-ucre (arm. in the Lee Fletcher. Craft men's dead in his bed Wednesday mornIng : old age assistance 168906. reason officials gave for last S. Convenience! You saW

I edge of Lawtey;, 11-room house barracks. Camp Blandlng Itp' presumably: following a heart 70; aid to dependent children $11.- year's wedding bells was the ries. The Index of this type Income the convenience of tlnw

with all modern conveniences, I attack. The De Wilt C. Jones 328.00; aid to the blind 633600. fact that the bablea of numerous has advanced from 121.1In a!*
water. lights etc. UO.()()() cash. LOST: -Ladles Black, purse containing i' Funeral Home prepared the body 1030 marriages were just November. 1940 to 136.9 In money and you
comingto expf
license in the Is
-A. A. Annla Lawtey. 2t driver' i for burial and shipped It at 6:21 Rotary Entertained the marrying age May 1941. The index represents on a shave that
name of Mrs. Thelma Brown
P. M. Thursday to Bowman. Ga., Recent birth percentages of the 1935-39 aver- done!
FOR RENT-Room with double Volusla County. New Symrna. Rotarians were entertained at age.
for burial. The funeral will be
bed.-Mrs. I... D. Vlnlng Phone Finder please leave at Bradford i their regular luncheon Wednesday shown the effects of the
at 4 P. M.. today at the Baptist I many 1940 weddings. Shop
49. Starke. It I County Telegraph. tIp Church at Bowman.Mr. by staff members of the WPA RUFUS J. TATUM City Barber

COOL 5-ROOM HOUSE!: screened II, WANTED Short order cook.\ Brown is survived by his Legion Home recreational project. U. S. INCOME HITS HIGHEST ACCOUNTING SERVICE!: AndBradford
Lawrence WL Morel I, assistant
porches large grounds. 1 13: per I Apply White Bell Restaurant widow Elizabeth Segar Brown; PEAK EVER (Part-time Bookkeeping)

month.-J. B. Walkup.' MclntoHh. across highway from Camp three daughters Mrs. James N. supervisor of the project. made an I The Commerce Department announces Systems Installed Maintained BarberShop ]

N Fla. 7-4 4tp Blanding. Ford. Oxford. Fla.; Mrs T. H. Introductory talk. explaining the' that the national Income Supervised

Wyatt. Atlanta. Ga., and Mrs. work and then Introduced Miss rose in May to a rate of $86,000- 349 1-2 Cottage Ave.

FOR RENT by week beginning Dally cash market for cattle and Jobn N. Napier. FernandIna; anda Christine Rlcketson. who gave 000.000 a year-which would be Phone 3-8126-J Jacksonville

July 18-Large. airy room ad. hogr Auction Sale every Thursday brother, A. Q. Brown. of Ox- two amusing readings< and Walter the highest on record.

Joining bath. Twin betis.201I beginning at 2:30: p. m. 'ford Ga, He waa a member of V. Walsh pianist who played The department said Its Indexof
\V Jackson. Mrs J. I... Frar.ee. several of his own arrangements
the Baptist Church.Building Income
Lake to
Columbia Stockyards City payments Indlvid-
ftp Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. of popular tunes. uals-r-wagea dividends royalties OPPORTUNITY FOR MAN OR WOMAN! *

_FOR RENT-2-room fur nUhed D. Odom. Jr., P. O. Box; 247 Permits I etc.-rose from April to May by To earn subntantUl month/ Income. Partial dl1"'

apartment $12 a month. 2 1-2 Starke, Fla. tf Recent BirthsMr. the largest margin ever shown In detriment as work requires about three half daS P" *"?

I 200 $500: for remodeling and altering a similar period. nagrtng dhtrlbutloa of low priced food product by >Jo'
miles from Starke yards to
the Inside of the old Benny and Mrs. Henry Edward "It reflect" tlonal Firm i W Wnola
a department endorsed! bunk
? right on 48 highway to Camp CONSTRUCTIONALL 1 I by one or the larccat
Moody girl. July 13. near Camp
Food Shop. July 10. which was statement said "not only continued al o Chamber of Commerce.
mandlng.-L. B. Jordan. Itp
TYPES. NEW STRL'C- recently leased to Jerome C. Blanding; Mr. and Mrs. Edward j, Increase in business activity No selling of *

COOL FUHNISHEO BUN G A. TI'UES OK UIPAIKS: Hughes. of Miami; July 10 placing Francis Bagwell. S tar k e. boy. generated by the rearmament least experience] n-.1' Cash nVeete9I *"

LOW. 1-2 miles out East Call I neon sign In front of the July 13; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. program but to some extent $504J.OO required which Is secured' by equip""

St.Mrs.. L. M. Clark. Brook- Piano, Kntlmatm and Architectural Blandlng Grill; Mrs. R. F. Demo- Starling. Lawtey boy. July 11. I a recovery from the temporary Which you fully control. Unless you can fvt '*"* ""T
_ Bide Farm. tf Services Fro I rest. July 12. 500.: ( for two frame Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Iiereey.Theressa. slackening of industrial f'ftt'A', do not reply. Give_ full Information coocernl" I''It a.-

c. M. DAVIS residences, on lots 1 and 2. of boy July 5. production occasioned by the first letter requesting personal Interview with rt"

I FOR RENT -,- Sleeping room, CENEKAL CONTRACTOR block 22 of the Livingston. Truby Mr. and Mrs. I r I c Dobson. I shutdown In the bituminous the

double bed adtolnlng ball Hot Galmmllle Florid* .8t Company's subdivision; July Starke. girl. July 8. coal fields fn April. JOHN

_ water. Quiet. MM. H. I... Hough 734 E. Depot l'hon 104)4 14/1600, Joe S. Starling frame Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom. r One of the sharpest advances Care Bradford J. KOEIILER

214 Park I'lace, Itp residence one- tory. 24x30 feet. ,Sampson City, June 30. I was shown for wages and sal-i, County, .TelegraphBRADFORD .........





tll'Florida.Circuit Rf'lLn.Court F. Miller.S.Bradford MUleI'de.pUG -. NOTICE Dewrlptlesi see T R A Owaee Taaroft rests Dc.crlpll.. /N R A OW.er ar V..ti4EW .,', J tt'Taxer .: \ I'I'T.

n11./ ... \1ond1941.hth..deho. SWW of NWW 13 6 II 40 Neta Hosier (..69I tit NIt'.. "f SFJ'4 A .pNW'4 i i it
All SWW of 8W8 of >E'o ot NE'' II 7 81 .0 Elba Nan .1
a4torGnp' Millar. wllo" reMecomD Graded Road Ex 1 A I ItC
of NEy4: ot NtC'4 ....
...ru known. .I. xints6 Notice ,In hereby given that the following d...rrlbed lands, or so much In NW Cor A W. 26 ot ny It 7 21 3 R. S. Surrener 1.3.2f I

t I't tM \Jill of Thla thereof ... will be necessary to pay the amount due for t.."... of 1940 ft of SEW of SWVi. S: All NWI of NE'4 W ot ,"
P "J.,1, her<< .herein. eachr herein set. opposite to the same, together with '*ooi>t of such. sale and of Graded Road :21A S 21 40 Maud Wainwright .S3SEW" Hy Ex: II A. cold to 1l
.':: publlorh.d one week al4vertistng, will be Hold at public .aucllun on Monday the 4th day of '-j und Inlilin! SWW of '. A. "'rows A" N" 6 A r .' \
!" tour conseeullw a AuaiiHt, A. D. 1941 at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the Courthouse SEW A 8E'4 of cold L.V.. 'Vllllon A" '
. 'II lforl r county ,aIdaBradpape dour In the County of Bradford: In the City of Starke, "Plate' of Florida. SW'. K of Hard Road&AllSE'4ofSW' :: 1ix 5 A In N" Cur to a '' +''toJ. r

llr.( .. ,In, JUlie W n. U"vlI A Ex about It,
*'"k'Klorl nt)'. ......lptlo. See T R A Owaer dl: fn.t. portion N of Iradeil \ 19 7 21 12 n. 'Y. Surr.ncT' : a".
SEAL) A.1.; Thomas toad A EsV SB ft -SI 1In: 75 Maud Wainwright 10.81 ," I 'a
} V Bradford Beg at N\V ('or of NW'.L ,1,1"
11 I. C 0 u r t. 84? of EE?. 25 1 19 80 Franklin Lumber & S' of of 10 Unknown ,
Circuit 8-21 tt 7'18it1. NEW NEW U II 21 l.n ot NEt4: A run 14 310 .. ( ( plorldaClFlurida. Packet Co. '..13Frad \VW of NEH Ex 1 A yd. lie\. rd. N 11 0 ,
N'4 or Sec &: Sys I fur Church 35 II U U J. W Ga.klns' I.U yd.V 11'% yds to e a

; of NE' of t5E'- as 8 19 200 Empire Lumber Co 11.18 NEW "f NWViof \ U II It 40. L. C. Cart.r 1.18 bog 19 1:11 a loin. U .., Byrd ,.. 1,11 b ''rn

ours > IBraKer7 NtNE, NE'4 & SW'S4 nt I\E'4: NWW of SE 1', ...P' Wy ot S'f !, A 4 ,
An'Y L. Kery. do- 4 A NWye of SEye 38 8 19 160 Franklin Lumber &0 A'" 10( A off N aide of I ;.1 n. .. s'v94 5Wi48EV 841 1 2t 80 Unknown oJ, 4, 11.1'

.\,i4) y. ( a ''I'' Racket Co. 17.40 $\V.,t of SkJW Com at a .. Corn at 8E {'or of N\V'4 I't, 1 I nI
mfr't (III Mvnday, Charlee4tl. .Sys' of. NW1'1111\ of NE. Cor of said 40 RAJ .. .. : .r NE'.. A run \V U5 ., a
the d.t.nd..nt.residencee Po r t SW'4 1 7 19 160 Luther Hure.a U,61NE'4 run 8 600 ft hones ,. ydB N' ns dll N 17S ,1 t -1!1. '.. "

"hoe P. O. Box 172rn od ot N W'4 & FracJ Westerly to a point ... .. ,- ydAt0""1TN :St..of b.-N1i4: U 1 II 41 ('arl 'Jon.. ,' ... ..u1'1I1.4 r''
.10 appear to the bill \IIW'4 ot NW% a 7 19 ClO T. n. F.dwerbe 6,04N' 160 ft S of N'V01' .... ot NW1CI U 7 1\ 40 Emn.a Muehl.nhardt"l. h 1'0,31'NEv4 '" ,)' '1
hereill. of aald 40 thence .
'alnt:," flied .a-"In"t him one. a '%{ of N% of NE14 10 7 19 40.1. \V Surrency 8.98 160 ft thence K; 1320 N : ot 1i1I1\o\ 17 4 II 40 C. 1Lamson ., ,14.16 'j'i'}, .

order to cun..cutlve be publlllhed we..k.. 'In 8t' of N'AJ ot NE14 10 7 J9 40 Mra Ieabelle Holding 6.90 It to Beg 2. II It :0 Hellbrc Mineral Water 6 lute In I 8t'and of I Nt'; .of SII 4 II a Ellaha: f'r.lI\oU ., 11.1* I 'f 110I,

fcrd lour rounty raph. auMlHhrt BE'4 of SE'4 10 7 19 40 Lloyd Barry 1,89 lb. 1.89 Lots 3S. II \VooltlAwn, JO Ii II 10 Onk.uwa.. ." I. 2. .. \ .
f In .a"d ..1Ira"buntY. SW'4; of SW'4 11 7 19 fG LloYd Barry 8.U I INW' EV4\ of SWH! of 8WU n II 21 JO Mr. H. .C. Edwards a.88. Lots 4., 41. .1 /IiVood- 4 'i I 1t'I

Stark., Florlda.June. of NW34 11 7 19 40 J. W. 8urrenC7 1.10 I All SWW of NEW!: N of lawn It) IS II ao Unknown\ .. ..1. \

NW'4 ot 8W'4 & W to .A Road A 3 Ain NH 1.11 I. I. 3. 4& 'v'(, bt 0F ; .....
\Ir/I' PEAL) A. J.Bradford Thomas ot NE'4 of SW'4 11.7 19 SO.A. A. Edwards Cor of SEW! of NWW4i 27! II 21 Z3 Carl Reddish 1.11 I an.1 all 9. 10 It 1. "H
pllCtrcult Court., ..06NW'4 \ of NWW Ex 8 A In .,..., 12 A: N',. of U & ,' .1 I '4i
8-21 At 7-18 of BE"-' & E 3.4of NK Cor and 15
All NW of 14. Itt, I7J 1M. 20 ..
,If FUwUUI o.,. ot BW'4 23A SWWV! of Branch: n II 21 111"ry Reddish .1Iu ,I In. Woodlawn{. 211. 11 .. ,' ..M..
8E' SW" &: NW', of NEW' SW of .' So 'V'At .,
I <'01 HT. BRADFOHUI of SW'4 of SWJ4, 12 7 19 133 Guy J. Harr.1l 13.11 NKW A NKW of NWW 28 II U 180 llr.w n..ddl.h T.U'''I :7'B4" of SF.,.,. 11 11'21 1311 1. n, 1111I yLlof I..

I'IHrl'r! FL/nHID4r8S IHA.N.: E% ot NE'4 of NE'4 11 7 19 20 Larkin D. Weeks 3.IS NWW of SKW' A: 1 A In Lots 3U U In Woml1awn 11 Ii U 20 MOaytur Jn1'ttlltm.nt' \ ..fa.
4t Ilt'ew n..ld"'h" 7.U a.4' ..
I'IR ('or of
of SE'of: NW\06\ 211 6 2t ,
NE\ NE'4 13 7 19 to
"* ,,uthw..ll. Plaintiff vs. O. W. Barry 6,80NE .1 SE'' '' of SE'4 2t Ii 2t .u lItllud Wainwright! 'T.1Ii :r..tll 3t.: 34. 39., '441 "n j
I .... ot SES4 N of flyer 13 7 19 20 Empire Lumber CO. I." or 8W'4 A: SW 4 I I WondlA"n 11 6 II 40 Mr. JI'. R. Ja'II1. )O.., t;

'n:"Ulbwell the SK&is SESy or SE4; 25 Ii 20 to U W. Mann 3,40NE'4 SEf n II 21 80 Airs. C. 10. Norman 18.81 Lot U In Wond"twn 11 II II 10 Unknown .1lIa

.U4l, .. or SE'4 &: all SEyof Stri of SEU of SEW 30 6 11 241 p. 11, k John tents I.U l4I.. nf lot 13 11 II 12 Ii N. 8, Starling: 1.1.
*1oulllw.II D. whose residence NE14 S of road 1 6 20 53 O. B. 1\Ioody' NF."i of NKU! Of NEW 81 5 n IU ('. 11. Hants I.U lot 41 \Vo"dIAwn 11 II 12 10 George. Weeks S4y
>n required ts appear 1.83 NW' '.i of Nwl4 I 11 40 Fnnrv M Johns 2.\1 : Jf'fo of NE's; ot NEL4 11 II 1:1: 10 W. 1 Moore IJI
7| /I"of complaint flied I BE' ot SEEYa ofSWYa HWl'! of NKV 88 II u 40 N. \Whll"head 7.110 i "t.t 12 lit Waallawn. 11 Ii 12 10 UII known 11.02
'' b I Thl. order to of SE'4 1 6 20 80 Hr. S N. Johns. Jr. I.n R'4 of NWW of NTVii'' Sf II U 20 Sirs A. C. Fdwardl: Lnt" 8. 1111. 110 In \Vood. .
"I her herein. each week for 8ES4 of NE% & Corn at SKW of NEW A N 16 A 1"1 I lawn ao lInkn.'n ....
urJnlr ?ut"v.T week-In. Bradm' : lIIE Cor ot NJo4 of of NEW of SEW U S 21 6Sf. !t. Keene 1.88 Iota 411. 17 1nVnrallnwn' 11 6 42 ao J. T. Munds '" ills ,

A news' SEye, & run B to S..o BE" of NEW NEW! Of iv'OjR' of HWIot 11' II U 10 Unknown 'T.II
In ..aid J'lradtord' Cur. thence W on Sec SEW: as 8 2t 80V, C. Clemons a.80''!. nr SW\ '"NNW"1i4\< I.nr I.
Starke norlda, line 991i It. thence N NWW: of NEW] A NEW. I 1oIF-' II II II 110 Unknown ,.18 s..
to 1,4 See line 1110 ft. W of NWW\ U II 21 8G Drew Reddish 11.111I N'.. tit N\Vt, or fnvI4 11 Ii 112 110 Lawrence: 0. Weekly. 4.8$ r

A. J. Thomas of beg, thence E All NWW\ of NE' W of NW' nf NW" nf SW ,4 : 10 Unknown 1.81 "
fth'\ (. Bradford to \ beg Z I U 88' Ida J. Merritt 6.91 Public toad Ex 4 A Nlfo of N)1'4 nt Hit:,. 19 b EJ:. .u L. O. Weekl.J"" Trullt.. 1.11 I

8-27 4t'7.11 NE' of NW'4 & All Way lit NW Cor-19 A A S Lot U. 114. 118 A lol'. '
of NW'4 E of River 11 8 20 G fiO Unknown 4.$8 440 ft of NEW! of NWW lofot 117. U A all 60 .Ito a

All that portion of NE'4 13.S3 A A N440 ft .' 80Iola In WOntllAWn 11 II 2a ..... W. C. Deyo A. Fro 11.12 T
11HfiT 4-OrHT. EIGHTH of NE'4 N ot road U 11 8 29 3 J. L. Lavender 1.10 of f.t. NW'4 ofNWW 1..0' I. I. 3. 4. 1S. If, 18. ... ..+. '" I ,
lilt !. tlKtllT OF n.OHJIIW All ot E of -8.47 A A N 150 18. 171 18r III 10 81. ... '
E',4 Nye
A'10 FOB BRADFORD 85 Mr.. S. N ft of K'u' of SWW; "fNWW 3.1. 3.. 3k. ad ,451 4l
Branch 12 20 Johne. Jr 2.4 .
-2 J7 A .A N 160 44, 47, 45, 60, 63, I .
L)n's; CHANCERY All 81,1 ot N% ot NEW \.. ft of !SK; % of NWW- D In Won"lawn U 5 II $10 J. W. Baker ".01

F Marker.KM .. of Branch 12 8 YOSES4 25 Fonnle Crewe 3.21 4.64 A A: N 160 ft of Lot 18 In Woodl.w" 18 II Ii 10 Unknown 1,11 ,4 h

I Plaintirf of NWy less road 12 8 20 37 Fonnle Crews a.fO SWW' ..f NKW' W of I lute n. II In Woodlawn 13 Ii 1:1: III AJary E, Wsrd' 2,88:
c No. lUG 40 Carrie public Kuad-4.SO A J/ 6 .1 SO Ilellbron .Mlneral'Water Late 41 III 'Jllknown ,
n. NE% ot SW\ 12 8 JO T. DowUnc et ai' 4.39 CO 19 U 811. In Wo\Uawn IS II 2:1: a.l' 4

**. SE'4 Of SW% 12 6 20 40 J. O. Turner et al f.39 (A 'i( undivided InterestIn '. ., a. .. .. \ > 'i' I.vt Lot 65 U' lit hI' WII.lIawn Wflodl"wn IS 13 Ii II 1:1 53 10 III 1.U.h..a..11enl1.tt Jr 1111\ 1.1'.60 I f fI.Id

OKMSRwfc- SERVICE NW"Ve of NWII\ of' NEW of NEW KxHi ,''1'1- liT InV..... APPEAR IiW'4 Of NWA 13 8 20 80 W. n .Laaenby 3,38SEye A In I : "
NOTICE TO { NK Cur A: 1 ? lot IIN In Wn..dl..wn II 1:1: III Mrs 1..n..a lIrathlli 11'400 j
STATS OF FLORIDA of. NE'4; .& 13.4 A Ex about 7 A In SH ,, lot U lit WOU"IAwn 11 Ii 11I: 10 Mra. Jlva )'. HVwe',, a:60:
V". Marker, whose reslta'elo Cvrof NE'4 of ('01'' A Kx platted Und "r"" ,; '" .. ,.' .'. .tit of $13'.?. ot NIC'4. I. 1n aoIUI'rl.. Ma, er .. ., a.
F B. Wartlnslon 809'h EtE 14 8 20 43 W. 4'Lazenby. a.73 In SW Cur & Kx a ,a .t..... ; fit HI 1-4 of N1.:14 14 Ii II 10 N.Ille'. W. ....nlC. .::11 t 4)t
Penn- strip 1.10: '"," : .. .. ,., n'' r
gret.. Philadelphia.. Ely of NW% & W1( otISW'4.ot ft wide NAM A Lot a. 4 A .1\\ lots 7, e
N of Hlk' B" 4& 7 ofHellhrunSprlnKS 'l l' II. II ''It .. ao Unknown 4 "
OIL' are NE'4 14 8 20 100 O. E. Crosby 4.95 p. 'Ii \Ir' W.'n I. Ii 1:1: 1,31
that you : Nlii .
ordered 1< tof Lot 4 lit \Vo..d e'
N the 41'11 day i \111,1 of NW'' of SW1.. 15 8 20 20 Unknown 2.U All that portion of 'C I Ii'0.. "tWit I. II U 11.1. r.. Starling fall

lrJJPPnrm{ berore th... : N1 of. NE1.! ot SW'4 16 II 20 20 Unknown 2.12 NWW of NKW' B nf .. I..t. 17, IN \VV..WIl.. 14 I 23 .0 tank of Starke' .80

Tn lied ,'ourl:? to fh. I bill"the of S\: \ ot SW\. 21 8 20 .0 Brady MI..ell t 2.13 toad Rx IVj A In NW .. ,Ip '.. .'e. : "" n
awalnsf you Cur A Kx platted land
tUNI '
Lint and b1r'Yi of NE1 ex 3 A In In UK" Cnr & Ex a
icaunei; a
.ntltM hereby n Ueorge C" Jobn. 8.13 n
Telnrraph", I. SW Cor l hurch 22 6 0 strip 130 ft N .A S N' I I. '. n
Coiinty a" the newspaper In El.1SES4 22 11'0 hO H. S. Johns 13.24 nf IHk 4 llellhron B"|>K... 36Bea II U 'O.-n'
43 'A ( D
Tlhl" order shall h"PubS 8W t'4 of 8W'4 2J II 2U 4U H. 8. 'Johna 11.311 ; 160 Ft M of ;\\T Mitchell. :
S once a week for Four oon- NWS4 of N4\ 211 II W 40 H. d. Johns 11.36 'or of SW'i' of NKWA L 5 ,
.v'rks. I NSU uf NE'4 & Ny of run H 258 8 ft K S. a. IJ : 4

lie TiE) S my.h.nd. and .the coal ..E\6 of NE',. 27 8 20 .0 Brady 1Il1a.ll 1.13 1414 Ft to lllirht of ..1 .
ti, court af Starke. Florlds i NW' of NEI'6 211 II 2U 4U empire Lumber Co. 4.6J Way theme N' IK.7 FtW J : n
'4ih day .4 Jnne. A. 1>. 1941" lIIW? ot 2:1: II 20 211 H. H. Green Jr. 3.29 12A2 ft to Bear In "
WIAI..II ourh.Thomaa.: SSy of Lot 1i U II 2U 411 AL s. L. A. Green 5.1& sly: of NF4 I as I 21 S Maud Wainwright I n
of 1be Circuit C ISW\4 of SW4! 32 II 2U 4U Mrs. L. A. Green 6.U Com" 75"ft N of Blk 4On ,
). Morican Jacksonville.HEURCI SEe of SES4 32 0 211 .U T. .l\I.\ Stevens 6.9U "t l side nf 1.ubiic I .;
inn Altorney. .E1J of NE\06\ .& Nt:'';' of rn- I n H elllironnSprings '
8.21 H 7-18 tlE\06\ 32 8 20 no T. M. Stevens U.3 A run N' aloiiKK :
8V4 ot BEl"!" 32 6 20 40 L. ..Ii.. Green 6.H : side. of sold road SIft : I
COt'RT. RKitlTIl All W'I of SW'4 ofsWl4 thence N at right' t I
OF ,11'1.011- 1:1: ot road 33 8 20 15 T. M. 8t./1. 2.80 angle 160 ft thence. H ; '
nun :. IN ."U.t'OK. "AUFOIII\. ESr of SW'A or SW1. 61' ft tb/ .,no.. \V At right I .' <<

ivn.ij and SE'.. of SW'4; .33 8 20 80 AIt"od' Thomas It 8.1(1( angles UQ ft 10. pt "t ... 1 r."' ., '
'.. W'" r..f NE'4: and Ny\ ofhWio beg :III //I ft :1. T. Qul.I.;: ., '
j q| WV.IJ' t".QP" and lIIW'.. of ,. NtV.4 "t "WI, 26 5 21 HGV.. N. Norman t. I :7 '

Plaintiff' -No.317V k'J4; I 33 8 20 200 T,: M. Stevens 2..00 Coln: at.tV:. for 1'f 111" p., >?.oIf.....' _' .,' ''r' I ': : ; ) S
'I' 4 4.r Hc' \ I.run t+prlnt'a. ... \ .
.' N'y ot SWI:0 and S'T41 of' 1. .4. 0 : ,!
HVudly MxrOJI.l i 4e. : 20'' ...u. aplrun1.N> 11111I- tt 93 '. ..ht ..6' L t2t: 111Fk.4C.W1(......II,> ;-f : a
NW4; '. .' +.at.:8 LAO .T.\f. .{'t vd0a ,14,92l : "
r.lJtt."ilI\M&... ", r'OitpE1t .J ... .
fsrtnvjcrr 'l"< "t E'.y 84';.'. 20 16" 1.It"r..nN- Wigginasv' 12.26 HI{ rt.. no" V. 1111 ,,' .fI"Ct
; MII;? .llE; .6 20 160. J.'lr..t Hood Morts- tn },'''I(' ILt right .... ) ( <
;. 34.
,, ,' .. 'l"
yrICE'Ti. APPEAII1TArE'IFTLQRIDA age Co. s 17.98 &f1I1I... tn ¶llel' : i II. .r /j'' ", / "
!: : )11V4 ,3 7 20 Wigglne with p"Mlo, 1'.1' E'C :,. 'i 1. '. '.1/.1I :
$'*>. Head]). Ma.."" uu 'bO&le 160 Lawrence .16.50 .
In N\V Cur ot ; '
IoU :
Virginia. NE'4 Qr NE'y 4 7 2H n40 I). J. 4.. Green .11'. 5.15 j
II Hamnton 4)i I
esme 1i5 tt.:4 R' H by .
=vk4 of NW'4 5 7 2U .
.ot. .n. Jr. 2.80 .. o.
lIr..n. .
that YoU ared
hereby ifrdcrd :
1.. the 4th day [ Leta 8., 9. 10 II 1 20 101 1L It. HaulE'r"on 21.70 160 di1\ F7V 3d G 2t Maud Wainwright :
tn on
app njf Ev4 ot I.otM 7. R. 0 "t '
Lots 13 8 7 2U :
11. 107 n. D. Haul..r.n n 15.15 1
'('Ml A. ,D. 1941 before the IlIk :8 Joe I's' ot 1..111 'o' '
.tmltlMl court, to the bill of Lots 1. 2 7 7 2'1 1117 '. L. Atkl""oll 38,09NBy4 '
11. U 'of IIlk 4 & Lola ,
of I"F:' F.x Road 8 7 20 ,
38 .rl'8. .16 .
Alnl flld aicninHt you In the LIIIIoCvne :
12 "r
I, 2. II. IIlk 7 /
or and $Wy4of
Noy '
tmltlid, I'aunej and "Brad.Miurity 'NE'1 ,anti all IIlk N g'C lot.. / "
TelcKi-aph" hereby "0 that p..rtlon :3 II 10 Ilrllbron, 1 Nnga. G 2t / :
34. ..llallIVlllnwriaht / ,
.of Lt: : of NW\..
uteri an the newspaper, In 1 i 1
& Lon
E; of pUblic road f4f'I'; Ij21 1YIJ / :
thin order fchall be pub- Hell i 1
about :t A 9 7 20 0'. :Melvin 2A.l0!
123 C.
ti .l-\ok for four ( onw..eke \
hron 34 II" ,
PI'rlhlr" :Maud': \V"lnwrII\rM/ : f
Tot II CJt Ilk] 1Vard City 8 7 20 :.1rc. I. A. I1r".n 2.50 \
'' '
"NEOS! nty, hand and the real. !ot.2 Qf Hlk 2 Ward City A 7 21) MIS., P..na 1)Ilwl" 1.13 JiI\VLn ot of NWI'N'I,,, \\lr.t PW'4' & 1 II U 241 1:. lit Thomas '
I.ot 2 or Ilk :3 Ward City 8 7 20 / Ozena Godwin 1.13 1'1\"j :
a curt at Stark, FlorIda : /lIra. all SW44 "f :?(: l.4' 1'1 CJt I I
'nd *'1"; "' July A. i>. 1941. Lota 3, ,,4 "c Elk 3 ''''ardCity' Road 2 121\ 23 Tote Alvar.g' :I 1

[('!'\ihSJ'.AL) A: Thomas Lot 24. 2/1./ 28 ot Elk 8 7 20 H. n. Crosby 8.U All Nil', N ot Bond 3 II U 1107 Jlre. Annie n. Alvares S66'M' : / .
"f ult Court. NH14 fff $I'V A 1'-; ofNW' / !
8 Ward ('It 8 7:0 C. Melvin 8.10
J li.nlpr.lln l' '% of HF.'i{ 2 6 21 6/1 :.r..1. Alvarea "
'rite Attorney 7.4 tt 7-25 Lot 4 of Blk 11 Ward 814 0f Nf':14' "r NWI, I ( 4, S
8 7:0 :\Ire. Ouna Godwin 1.43 :
& XEI4 of, St'14 :1 121\ /1/1 W n. f1tr"'klllnol II
Lots I, 8. 11. 12 ,,or Dlk ='"\1\1. of 1'1\1' "" 3 8 21 40 A. A. Hutl'hlnRvn
'lilt'III'I' nH Itr jilt \itronul
U Ward City II 7 241 :\1 roo. Ozen Godwin .
\VI of ;:.IEII< Fl't'
\ FI.1II1I1J1" CHAM.
Lots 11. n CJt Block 13 4 8 2t 1110 l-J. 1L Norman
20 W' C/.mon./ 11.n
Ward City 8 7 H. NJffr NF.4, & W' :
'bolh Morris Plaintiff vi.
Lnta Elk 14Ward '
| 1' N":". II S\\ 1 \V4.! .
"" .. IitfenJant. Crtyt S'.wart' <
6.03Lota .
241 E. T.
8 7 :
nf HW'. 6 8' 2t 31141 J. W. Townsend :! '
4lh day Au-
r/'i"l" 1. 2. 3. 4. II or Blk 1':14, of N\VI? of NE' Ex '
1S4J-- the defendant.t'irrli U Ward City 8 7 241 H. r. Oaln.y 8.69
) N 8 A III H't' IIr NWyof
".8 residence 1.Mi .
Lots 9. 10 01 Blk 11' NW'o JO 6 21 32 Frank Thomas,
I required) : ,to appear to Ward City 8 7:0:: J. r. Roberta '..20LnVari'
\III' ef f'n'Plalnt'; w SW' or 1SxN "
filed against 3 ot Elk 23 nf I.p'' rl ; '
A A NFS4of
rpln' Thin order, to be pub- : City 8 7 20 A. 1. Green. Jr. 8.83 ? .
oeee each NW'' F:'C N II A 10 8 21 30 William (CAr) Thomas
we con- Com ILt 8W "or fit fOE'.
Rradtordo'g'o SEIy NE'4of
'ph 0 weeks In ot SWy4 And run E 188 Rv.fWI4 13 0 21 80 Joaephlne Edwards A

4 k I rd* ,new< "pftPer publishedi Florida. 24 yds N oOvJ'adr to Sl.oundarv I NE'of: NW'-i IV N'4 or :

'. Flllrltl"' !lIiuln9tYh' City NW', '. or NWS I 12 II 21 60 Jeff L.wla
1941' thence W 2.3 ydathence SW',. nf NF', : 13 8 21 40 Ieaac Dell
) A. J. Thomaa 9 r. P. Roberta. 2920SW14
A 7 241
11 yda to keg 'VI.ot Inv'',. If :NW'1' rot :
Clrt'ult Court Bradford 'f1W1 38 Mrc. Lillie lone ...RSf'E" .
1. PIrlda;, nt Ex Road 9 7 20 NO' }'" nr H'ot \ '?. A S'4 I
8.27-U 1.18IfE or N03',, & NE'r4 of N- '4 ot .WII, 14 0 2J 110 (1.ol'll'e Cone \
I'IE'4 E1I Hy !9 I 7 241 71VaraY (!'r". .2118NW'4 f10 nf NWIt tlr S-}'. &
op U'P.ICATION FOR fit Io'E'4 Ex Ry 9 7 20 Sf Waray Corp '..22NJo =,"E'.. .f "PV' of NE'' 'f 14 11:1 RO R. I. Smith

TAC IIEKI. % or NW''t &W'q ofNWy NWI4 nf NWV4' 14 II 21 40 fo'inyd ('rocby
''TI(HE 1>4 n"aUBY: OIVEN E1I Hy 10 7 20 108( \\arRY Corn 26.71RFt Vwt4 nf NW'? 14 8'21 40 Lester Crchy :! a

I.' s..H''16: holder ot Tax Cer- ;' of foIF.\" 10 7 20 fO Lawrence Wiggins .113 NE", (.? NB'4 :13 4 21 40 Mr.. Annie Alvares : I J
2, -. and 185 efaU July 8W'y of NW'. & NW',' NE' nt 1'4"' :', 22 8 U .0 Halt V. Alvarez \ +

ofllo'd certificate. of f'V'.4 & E'4 or kiWI, totc 7. 8, In. 11. '12 ot r..
Ex 2 A P\V Cur ofNE'4 Take :
'I n..d... td .l made'*ue application thereon In ,flnfl '. U T 20 24)4 !! ,!.. !!nosh! 32115 Nhnree Put' 21,in('rn.bt MFP4 .Par H } : !

,.'O.a no.. w"n'.n law. certlmbrace of NKW of REW 14 7 20 ;20 11. 1.. !tough\ 3,13 ,' & In NEVI ot Hr" rS 2:1: 8 21 James n. WSlnwrlght' : %

the follow d..- NEW "f NEW & All SEW! CI 20 Gag. sf ,*a Cnr nf I\lW'4 "' : :
I property situate In Brad- nf NE'/i N of Road IT, 7 20 45 UnknownWiggins 181 of N W'4 nf SW, Ace : "

'nunly,, Florida t -": S 10 A of EW of WVi IS 7 20E" 10 4 A run N 69 drgre.e : ; '
pN't4 of NRV4 of tsir,4 J $!e C. S 8-4 nf NW V, of NR' AS W 735: ft to Sr line
.P. 5 R. n. U E.. containing 3of SEW of NWW thence N R7n ft fo NW :
A more or tece I Ii embraced Ex About 6 \ W of Car of NW' nf SWMfhcnc
Certlffrate" No. 1(13.( Branch & N E <4 of E duo fl s 4'Aft .

or yE,4: ot NEiy of swli 8e .0. 1! a, **. 22 K-t containing of Branch A NW", of side A Kx 3.4 A In NF:
i-, mnre nr 'iese 1" embraced 8&',. Ex 2 A for CVm1 IS.?* 4 7 21 6 Mary C. PI Hard : ;
rtificate No. 16 7 20 130 II. E. flJ'r'O;; In Bamrwn ('Ito '
...... said A"inVNW :
1"111 of property Cor of NWWnf A I A E of nilc 40' ;
'the '
n aahl' certificate l No 162 NW'4 lying 140 yds 'oO E;j of NWW fSWW 11 : .
Ihe name E 4 1:1t: :2 C. Mllaril :
of N .8.S by ydM .
"....m Philip McConn. 111 7 20 1 ::\fr.. T.lllle\! Cone 1 84E" WIA of HWW of
'llt "' "aid property & 'v Cone 10 15 2 A In SW Cor nNSV'4" : FINE 10.1. P
the KO Mrs. Llllle WyrlokN'y .
raid 17 7 20 '. ,. :4)7 IS II -
cof NEt4 .I HIV' ,'
NW'4 .
Ih.. acme Agnes N""f Wilson.r1"1' U6. E 411rt! of W' nf NE'4 17 7 20 30 Mrs. Llllle Con. 7.26 n Nw'4 0W14 i 1 21 12 T. If.. JfIJ! 2.04Lnrc nt NWW of NKW' n I za SU M. r. Urown .n

0 Paid' W 11011.3 ft of W4 ot trN! Blk AI'f,PxmP.ne All Hlk 3 Kx tint 2 Town :\. .. \
*** shall bew'I" 1. ft A. \
J. A. J. )f Klnn"y 4.71AU nf Lawlev W of IlyLnt U I U Drlffl
N F. 1251.a It 4 1 21 17.73
"e ither Uw- tax E4. nt \ 17 7 20 44 C. A. Crosby 6.46 rl.y 'or ofF 3 of Mlk 4 Town nfLawtey '
of NWW NWti .f )IiIE'
4i. 1''' the D. :Randall :
? W of U II U 43 P
ot July 11.. D. un Com tlU ft W "r. ff .., nH,.po Ky .11
M thle 25th.. day of Jun. A. I Cnr of Sec 18 A run W I ., Aty E ot platted' W 76 fr ..t lot 8 of Blk 0
5 Unknown 427 4 Tnwn of Lawtey W
ft E 4 7 U .
: ft S 1.120 1An" I Unknown

.I'IAL.' Circuit NEAT'};) A. J. Thoma. 1 2372: ft N 1320 ft to 18 1:0 TS O. W Parry 4t I. All W'4 .f W NW'P of. of PV 4 1 21 2 n. N. Jones J.U nf'" I.RyLn 2. 7. 8 of ilk 6 U 5 II .v f.4S ,
tr, Court. Bradford nt of her Lumber Co. 413 AW' of $ % .
rlorl 40 Empire Town of 1. W ofAll
< a. 20 7 20 : "f wtey
6-27 4t 7-18 NEW of NE'4 11'40 .f N'I ot NF'1 HI' U 1 U C. K. WhIUheadMamie
nf NW'4 A NEW of PvS 1'l"' 0' glr ofPE' ..11
nik Lota. S
7 .x 4. ,
r- ) wt4 A PFW N *t Co. 17.40SW' ( "t .FR Fe It A I
IT Lumber
( Empire 5 3 Townof
91tLf 'Ol'nT. 20 10 A Nty of Lot
SEW'21 oJ' "fMWM ,
of :
C'IJUTIT 0.. FLOR- NWW ASE4 t. pE: r4) ire. -7 IS 1:1 u n. S. ;Jones. 4114 Luwfev W nf Ity U 5 II ) Lou Edward. 7." ,:
\.. 1
FOR Lot A nf Hlk. S3 Townr.f
tTy BRADFORD 10 T. H. 'fill J.n
of NWW A NKW of flE'4 or "11':14 rofE't 5 7:1t: Lawtey. W of Ry SII 15 II O. J. Phillip/ 3.11 \

By I'W'4'! A NWW. of SE' NV rtf ME'. of SE'". FzRr J.UI I, Lnt 4 of rtlk 23 Town
CGrtmeaERY'P4lntiff 15
A SEA of NW2 o"f S 1 U of Lawfev W nf fly 11 15 U O. J. Phillips. 4.63 .
I or 212 rnlcnown 2175 '! '' Lot, 4 of Mlk 36 Town .
:; 7 : Road :
A. No. 12.1Dooro""ant NPN14W ?If 1 2(1( 40 I P. Fowls 203 of NEU WC of So of Lawtey W of Ky 11 5.2 Oeo. F. Young '.11 ''n
Orinipp. oKwlPnf 7 20 20 C. F. Lltchfleld 340 FeWnf NEV ., IIF.'. L.' S of flslf. Pl. 3 ,,
.:, \ SWU 0' NE'6 Ex 7 A off 44old. Town of Lawtey W of 'Jt
.8'Ff'E R'ER: 01' SERVICE Co.... 20 chile W of PR J' T 21 7. H. J. Prescott. E.t It.to nrLnts U 6 U C. R. Whll.head" I.U

""ATF TO APPEAR Cor of S.<- 211 .A run W side or !'IF.I"' t. 3. 4 of Half i
rank; 411 rhra N 20 chns E 1 A "n S 10 '7 It 1 T. ='". Kendrick 2.46NW' Rlk 3 of l.iwley '

"d I AOlrIEL..Rwhois. r..lclo l- 40 dons S 20 chn. to 7 20 80 Unknown 667 ntIIe'4\ ,11 7 It .0 S. J. Prescott Ed 1.0Cl W rf Town U a u C. n. Whitehead 3.71 I.I .
ot "Wt4
dress '" beg Com 75 ft N from SB Cor
Peerless j
1 8.r fork Jamaica' L Cn-n 40 rhns W of NFrnt All IiIW!. .f NE'. .. of Hntel Led A. run
h 0 II t : nf S.." 2* .A run fl > NW'4.( of NE': 14 or RI' Sirs. ,.,. J. King .07 1 W 76 fl N' 75 ft 1275 1
....t"'bJr ordered that are 1111 l chna W 20 rhns N A FeW'4 of NF 14 7 It ft !ft Tl ft to point ," w
: 'r.1",0." the dayntI11A J.&I
I41 before the -. K. B 8 A of VSO In "W' Cor 14 '7 It U )fr.. C..1. King fey W of Ry SI S S3 Maud Walnwrlh"| 15.10

not: il ill ""? to the bill of chAlsn Comrhn. 1111 of '4 of 17 '7 IJ 20 William Thomas U8ot Com 66 ft rl from PR I
-"" Od" tallnot you In th. W rf NE COT "f = 8J' Cor rj.F.I'., ('or..f Mot.I hot A ,
|P.n SS .and mn 8 ,840 ft YF (10ftA. rim W 100 fr 1 In/ ft
? e'7 T.ARraoh"nip. hereby fn" It t>f nf P... thence It by? 42n being' tt '" "W 20 1 11 9 Unknown 2.01 R 10. ft N 104 ft to &)
l s this >?MP hall:! nwsnai b* Published>er In n" 111111 fa 1284'ft W "H to ft beg 7 Ie 141 }t.t. Ford 20 MIf N.f! NE NE"r..r,? Ex C AIn 20 'J 11 If William Thomas 2.10 Lawtny pt of W beg of Town Ry. of 23 6 S3 Mr. W. 1:. Torode 16.61, T :j ';
week' !: ftA.E 25 ,
for 4 onseeutlveBid S* ot NE ., 1 tot 118 ft "N *. H" brI i
itry WU ..f NEW NU of 26 200 Empire Lumber Co. .SI Wt ftf. ea ftt A W44 n, NW'4 24\ 7 21 10 "nkno..n 3.40 111 I 1041 l) ft E A W W side

n4Ni toy hand and the ...l *nww\ NW "' qEH 7 II:* All of fiE'? E of RI' 20 7 11 10' n. 2. 14urr.ney ft Slate St bounded y
'h' "t Starke. Florida JCW of NEW A EH ef II _1 60. Mra J. fI. Rosier 'NE's MW'4 Ex 1 A .... N bv Nolan Int A Hhy "
t Jane 11.. .., H. llorsaatl S39 20 1 It aIt.. W. lIurr.ncF J Theil lot Town of t
'taiA.P: 21 20 W. In NE rr O.. .> ...
D.Thomas 1 I Lawtey W cf Ry SI 6 S3 r F. Young 11.1 e
A..1. nf %
'' N H-yj sWra\ 4 .1 Et4!: .f NW'4 Abernathy 2116NE744NofMSWNEz ten) ,
Rosier Continued on *
1 pac
B. J1' (
Seplrcalt C Borixrd
nnr t.
; '. i 8 II 11 1.I* 4 21 11 1 0 Toun. t.n ,4
*. Ja: *.. Jack_ 11"1 2n F.x": Rosier 998 Road 14 'J (
Plalntlfr. Attorne,.. I 1of fFF1u .t 1'fE'.4 11is I 21 40 E.: W. Rosier I 4, r I

8-17 ft 7-18. NW% of NWM

I ,


1 61941 .


II"AGII 'I'JrI.!: I.
T*.**> in Circuit Court. ""*
T.__ A c**.. Flo.lda-In r dfoJ C
T R A Ow.e. Chancery
(Continued from page nine) parerlptl.s 1.. T It A 4>wM .a, coos.W3 : o-erl.tl. be ..' Parrlsh, Plaintiff. v. "WrParrUh

taaaeetp4l.i -.e .T ." -A Ow.... TaxeeiA Coots ( of NWVi Of NEH 11 I SS SO Louisa C. GardinerI '.eo Com of SWVi at 8E A run Cor W SWH 795 the JLn.. daytofdAURU.LGO! .'ken

1 IS to of SW\% of SWA 1.31 ft N S13 ft NB 40$ ft I the. Defendant, Sarah L.f I
of 11 S3 40 O. L. Hayae required to Non
of SWV.
wl.. .r Lot 1 Town W 4 of aI EV Easterly 201 ft E 174 filed agalnHt anne.
of Kr Ifee. A WVs' of 8 902 ft to bet Also hr herein'i. .
Lertay E 5 S3I L. H. Hill 12.11 WVi of NKH ft to be published a11"1 si
.... ae, III 26' NEH of NWH A 1 A certain land. S: of Mr. w four once. '!
/ .- .. It S of NW Cor N of Road In NW Cur H. Sparkman and W S3.7S County conaccutlve ... ..k. In Karel M
.e Let L a. ran E! 110 of SEV of NWH lit to: of Ry In SEVi! of WVi SI S Si 19 1C B. John Telegraph. a tens"

,, f i a ... Wlnt of bra 11 A of IIE: % of NWV./ ISWH 1 SSS3 10 Cbaril Brantley 1.11 All NWH of ilE% lyingN '

.beMN fY. F. 10 rt N of NE? of NEH IS 1 lit Mr*. Pearl Starllo 11.10 of Call 8t *. W of ...{ : Brad
? rt NUl) 1, .
10 .
.., ft W Canal A E of Church
nf 0 Stark
W 19 A Of jJE% NWViEx Florida .
1R a pntnt .f b.E .f t'roswa 1 A 1 I. NK Cor, ISBEV 1 S3S3 11 Mrs. Emma Crew. ..0' St *xo the followingdescribed \..' rl July, 4tTlilr, !

.t LawteY 24. II II SS D. C. A Maltle_ Reed 410 of SEVi! A NWVi p,1.0. .' of .'.,. t '' ;
... Seca U. .
" .. ? BKVi ISEH { 10 Wm. IS. Yarbrough '.n property [ on A,,,
leg ft Y. of HW Cor o Church 8t Delia Sllooxhom f I IN
N 810It of NWVi of 3WV4 A .1/; ,1 < ('OI.'RT
.tI..t 10 run A Kx 1 Lot 1aft or
4 h; II 10.. rt II 110 rtW WH of NJ!;% of ,8WV!. ISi 8 S3 10 Unknown B38 on Church IIt: sold ,, 'I'j" '' ... tot'CHIANCICHYnT1e trLOltll\",

v f 115 It t& b.S &r lot i EH of WH\ of NWH 12UV4 I ttIS 40 Unknown B.08 J. E. Marshall MaUld* 1 P: ., ;! F. G.. .lOft.. J. C. Jon

Town ft hawteyH |, of NEH of SWV. 12 1 20 'Unknown 3.74 hon e the 1iJ Dl 1"woe Inel

s; .f By. .et.. :82. 24 jg I S3 John A Henry. Godwin. 2388 WV of NWVi of SWVi ISKH I U.O Unknown 2.74 pat Church A parson,7 rfntt.folle.:: hie wit.I .
J F. Hoare Jos '
es. 02 ;
alt IS BublDIV .:s LntVKyW'Bea ,n i of SWVi of BEV. 12 1 tsS3 10 Unknown I." 35 etrunk' also bom4 ofY. 7 W. C..y.-,,......... Clue No 1301

n (, 1.-+* E ..,u W34 of 10% of 8E 34 of ......,*.rSWye B. Harrell H, f.ndant.. et al. De;
li. n.1II
U, ::14. U 21 123 L. II Haisard II I 10' Unknown 3.01 Houston a J.nkla'' I II QuICI"T a Dsvll. ORDER OF

RLt10ftEa nVv? t. Of NWVi 13 1 S3I 10 Unknown M7 Lot 10& ft 8q on W I t ..' ', .11'Ore \ NOTICE! Pl'BLI'A'J'IO( .

? *M ft N A a of NBVi of 8W4! 14sw 1 U (0 Unknown i.al Oliurch. lit .N '.. State of Florida toJohnsv APPEAR
1 : J
A of nd .dJoln'n lot a If alive. and If I.
SiiS-i1--ViIS| *. of NEV awy. '0'NWIo. t dead, au'
Til .I'I: 1, A In SICCor >... I Or.In. T9Me'3f S .2S' .aatrum a .J Cor Stark.
A H in tiE 14 S3 77 Unknown 1.11 deoea.ed. oifoih Jl
nf Lawtoy lards U' trfrl i iE Jon.. 'If ..,
It Town Lotl: I of Blk' t' A all v.
of Ex 10 A In .' IGlady : .
23. 4. parU.,
M .f Ky. .
S3Town P.t.r A Bertha Florence 4.90 $ ot Lot I to rft.Otlglnal &Sm
II I wCur&Ex15At4: ) Taw'n' ':' 11c1. Jones. .
16 oStarke
NW Cor ISWV. I S3I 80 Unknown 1.238Wye .Elyln "KC&4 G.81 and all ,,. ,
ft ,
' PI feet .1 Kx 1 lot 100 II S II partle. or
400 ft Ea of SW% of NEH A : }tarsi. under Oliver Jon 1
M 8 by Lot. I. 4 of Blk 1 Orl. ,t ,. deaeulYall
Cor Tow.i of .-i. lAof 8KV.* of bE..V. .. Stark. Anna Lou 004.-111.. U.II Jon.. .John.. .
V III t L/3 toil Town of II I .. .
S3 Edward Jones
o NW% 11 II) C. Jn
E of Ky, Seca r.t eceased.
Lawtey I Mr Anaa Lou Godwin 11." Lot I of Elk .1. Oria: tt or any 01 tie
4 .u. $4. *6 II. NW% of alE% of 8EH A 'a ',; i Qulgl.y, Dayi. I." otherwlee I 14 the
of Lawte'R NH\ of SWVi of 8h 3,11 I 23 SO Unknown ..t0 i tail Towatof 8Lark.' II I U .- ;!, situate In toll.wlnl'ert
: t.t Itt Town Wof' .. Lot T af Blk' '; Orti,' Bra"r..rcl. Co C ,OP. Flo1'ljta.' to."lt Brltclrvr4"'
n. i1. '. AH NWH-ot awn\ I : "
.f RI. peca '' '.17 '. 1611 .
S3 .W.' F.1': Moor In.i ,of \ 23 I 13 A.Ip. .,
II I Ry IBSEVi I S3 9 Unknown '..a I Town. Nt f4urjI 4? FlAl'c.l It I Comm.n.
Blk' 14iE! < ,
Mt at
___ $2. 11. II Town of or' NW% of. 8BH 18BJE'i I.. (3I 10 ,Uskpowe: S.tl .Bro. Lot In ilE Cur of Section Section Corner on Ea.1 bon

w fmwtey to: of Ityt tlee. II I S3S3 Marcus F. BrownUnknown 111 of'NBVt< E& 8 A In I t' .' I Original Tow "q fI E.. thence 32. Twp I
Do, Ul..1r> NJJ Cor A Ex: 4 1A or Starks II II Quigley a. DivLi 111.40 thence South run North Nl
W .41 of Law .y L13 lit NW Cur IIay S3 SS Matilda DlxonSO 111 I a 119 deirre
Lot. a Blk II Es Wept "I
14 *5 II I 1. qf : feet to Ind
x i U
.. swtey of It,' 8.C. SWVi. of NWH Ez5Atn: t. Town of eharke II' II Carl R4tch '.It Nand 40' lIouth It
36 E II I S3 C. H. Kettle '.'1 8K Curt I t A la *)W .. Lot 8 of Blk U Orl. 476.' feet tfoncetrnn"
1a. .4, $2 53. 114. 51 .- Cor 17 12S3 S3 Unknown a B.OI Inal Town of Starks IS S U Mtnnli 1iJ. Quigley U." T10 f..tt 1

1 n ll.se tie Itx tt. 1 lot In NW Cur aw, 01 E ..a of HWW.. of i ..,,. Elk 39 .. Extended on J 'a. f,. grei .na '.9-S'F.i I
,. .. ..I... run Ja.t;:
( En..y' Ex .tI 100
1 .. tut 64 no ft III NJ 11 I IS Lydla TyaoaS3 : '.71 map South ';
101ft E A W W 1 E of ftEt: B 110 ft Orl. 104.3 feet!(
8 by NWVi NEHU th..n.
J Mr. Thelma Laf.s: i'
' of Lawt.y IC A lnal Town of Starrke .t U cI..r... and t' runt
,I 77.wa.. KiF Secs. $J. U. 11 II I S3 Q. J[. Pierce 10.77 % NKVi orHW 11 1 BS Ga4tS Ty.oa S.94Ml Beg 30 ft S of' NK Cot' I .' "'" to ,point ot beginning E'.I Illi
ot. of Elk It .. extended 8E'- of NP:1. belt
end L
.. Lot I ;
'' ..s. JC&j tI toll ft Utf.a.bDiv 'Wtflfflfiff''% or J. JoL.. op Kn..,.'. map. ..rua taming U.58 erS; saclloq'
of E Lawter L. H. Hill Lie liiW -. 8 tl ft W .0 ft N91 Para.l' I: and
01. Lot Cor tl 1 71 Mlanl Tyson 1.17 fl E soft to ....g Origt S.ot.ton Commence at Q
.JIIW Cor Corner
R feet h WV,* of NEH. A all NEV A. W. Qdu IS.OO on E'.I :
W by 111) In.l Ton" ot tarke II 1 n WA of Section bo
It m a I 33
i. ol NEV. W of Rd SO 1 S3 D.'oreea' ator."lei
IS 1. an..
8 W34 of $lk ,n a Est ,' r North $81 feet
'' Dale of B Lawtsy8ub Hoary Moor 4.S9 8B4! of EN ( Of : tended-en' BA.ry'amap d..r. and thence IIoUI

1" NW Cor of Lot e. t HI.V 10 1 S3 to Mr. pOle FreemanSI ll.oJKM 1Ils: 8 toG ft Orlg. to right of 40' Went 3&11
c-a at 1 lot ISO ft N A 8 by ? L A. Reynolds U.il Way of S'et. Rig
8 120 ft for In.1 Town of 8tark. II 1 II No
A run 43, thence
{r% ft of bo* thence .' ',4 320 ft Jil A W on 8 .Id. E34 of Blk ao .. et- J 'tc,, 'rKf and J,', WP..t South< &Q de
w mK144fttl2eftW .. .. of 8\* of 81?* of BWI4 tended, Entre,.'. .p ".Y' 11'1. along .aid rtr
r# Its It N .3/ ft t. P.'"tC 'W..t A.,,, adjoining Fx. 111 10,,'f5.Orlgatl L'rA. d.IrT. and i. thence Sou
Bub-Urr Road 13 SI i" H. Hall Town of'Btarkl II t II ; a..oqlcl. 1.11 tsit 't1l
Ott' thence
** N' Abe Myer ? '.11 8V of 8EH of 8WU Ex 334A In HW\4 of 1I.A" a. 11 deer,. in
\ SWy
( Rest
.. IAwt.y i I. UII.I
'ry I feet
... lot In NB C..W of to
y... at NW Cor of Lot W ,. ? 11 ...... pounded N b1o. 1II..I..n'. t of rlht M
for Road A Ex about 1 a lilt a W St 11 deEEr.eRalna .
l s. A run 8 t Xft by Be' 3f beasld''rlg
on a: vide W of RoadIS .
...at of bee thence 'Kyf.ww.as. .J; 0; AI. "t or
A Ex that
portion ,. way IlfiU
Kti'I w. M U'2$fttf$2ftW ft to point E of Road 13 It. IS 14 Unknown 10.59 Starke Exsl lot Bill Inla f, 'We.t thence truth It degrees an
1441 f* N I feet to
Lot 310 ft .
It- Otf dubDtrLawt.r Io.s"inWN".J. NW Cor % A point 0flnnlnll. /
.t beg j'e Ef:.
? C. H. Kettle 1.13 181 ft N A j In NE Cor II. II i Yrt An..le ... ye9/P.r 15.10'' 3 .owochip :
whpeI Cor of NWVi of NWH SI I tt Mr. Aim H ufk. t.21 J . andtlRon,
S bDlrKawtey
I' Ott. NE ; ; ,.
: s l LeRoy trvlaLlial 457 II A In NVi of NEH of '" .', yiA 1 r. I' i Res JBUt ; I excepting therefrom the I.
ell E..pt.
8WV4 Beg 147 ft E! of ) 8.lnnl.
1 Sub DIV of bounded N lIIadltlon
Ott' by BE _
Ra la William 1,89 NW Cor I 01 IIiIW ve 01
,. of HE'". of St A 1;; by St 'tt II 111'1. Annie Mao Kemper. 1.36 i or cud S.e. 8E" or
1 '. &IVrN&?. Of NBViML 14 G SSS3 10 Uokno..n. 1.13 SWV4 A run E 143 ft 8: Corn at SW Cor on Mad- I right IZ and run w.
Jt.? 01
SO W. W. Trlmpl 14.01 547 ft W IOU ft thence way rot State
It. HI,
NI' .
W BKVi of I.on St run' 8 ua ft No. 11. thence
'& N II degree E to Beg North..t.rl
of for a point of I
lit srifN tt f,8fw I S3 40( Carl Carter 8.4J Ex 4H! A off E end thence W 105'beg ft M.nl'w-te'r.'V'lc.rof" 518 '
.IG C. A Bro Inc.to ..1Ii alo of Blk Hof run ..
..Wtt of 8KV. of 8WHwwm I S3S3 10. W.. Dyo KV4 111 1tt E 105 ft N' U East / ., ,e

of *rwvi. or awv.MWK 8 114 end W Et 1 A across ft to point of beg IS 1 II Mlki'1>aw I.U HE*At IthenceSouth \344 f2point
Temple sub1 -
8BVi OtWKf Corn at NE CQr of Ho- '
o .
"IS I Richard" Smith I..' Diy : It 1 83 11 ratr.'sL. BI... ; '.It '. of beginning; also'
.W* S8 .gin An.r.II: Bay t3to .' S!!&c' .) that .
.. NWH of SEH 'iii I It 10 Unknown 1.15 Aln Cor of SWVV' : <( _,.r a run N 10G'ft' E IE1,.. land ?lying Writ patt 01 lon,,
Unknown 3.S5 of NWH being 112 ft of Stall
.r HI1.'Y. 01 $b34 'U I" 10 8'105 Hlf
Bw ft W ft
623( to IWo. la"
of N A 8 by 839 ft E A to-wit. commence
Nk 01 8W% Quigley Davis 12.01 II
beg II S II CDr.
sWS. oft HW( W 11 1 SS 1 Arthur Brymer 8.51 : of W'4 of NKVt' o/ lit:
A WMi, I
"" I Jot of land In Stark. aid 8.... 32?
1.09 SWH of Blk thenc
SEVIsVvi lIS I" 10 1. H. Houston 18 of R J' I I run Soot
114 It N A S 11.
4:11': 0 by yard. Ea.t'l
SO Mamie Lou Edward .W In of
NKH yard
8WVi .
( 15SI 5 S3 Non
of NE3 E
teg, I It A W bounded E ,.ard. W-t
; .. 01 aE of Temple BUIl-DIY-IIo.' 105 yards: tl .
o 4'.1.... ?'" oC EVI A It I 83 S Ja*. Dell .> 3.88' by Sandere..n Lane a S Mary Jane (Steen 1.10 BEN!orJ.
by Hoyt St. 18 I II of"NEVof'"sVrtl/
..Iay4Eye I" SS Ellen TUdaU 504 1,, A Beg lit ft N Irom. ..oJ".I. Lot. \ {
10 A. Paul 453 BK Cor of 1.: Z, I of But t Be" II and run North
t4 .r MW" 01 8W'/ iii 6 S3 Srrrh o "' I 14
.1 $W4 ot 8WW II I 13 10>> C. I. A Dlngflder. 4.47; NWH A run ft Llvtflgeton 'Truby aCo' along &,. line Gal
ti 1.. SW% of SEVe! ( .. I W 339 ft 8 113 ft E } .'," .b-Dly of 14EI'.,. Annie ., WUUaW{ I." thence W>*4 6vO feet thn .
X C// II. S3SI I Unknown. 1.43 119 ft to point of beg SI 8 S3 1 C-eo.. Fravler. > '. 1.It Allot HIkL. II' II. .. t. 491 feet thence South H i d.
w lr Wlk of Blk ( R 3 I Llvingpton f. East I1V4 feet
A ol 'N1.3y of l.ao KA'KO: TrubY" Co'. Sub-DIY' ," I.Ifl to
A DC N91t of ftW% 1 'W A EW of Blk 2 II 1 WIUI. I.U beginning: also (4th.EteeMlOf "
II: Rt$ Annie
.NE of NE'4 sa 8 II "
II I I John T.b.ton. 477 of RSubDIV 4 W In Temple t .n.."tat .-In lf8 feet North 01 8"
AX{_ of t'tt" ofNKV NW .SIII' I. S3 to Qulgley D.vO,. .,... SI 1 83 10 H. A. LaweOe S.S4 Lot I 'of'7r bylA. C'- '. ,. i \r.., d\" F-' . .' NWV of:8Wof a>!4 to
In..ton. : .lc'. 5i.
.. I rttj
oC Ball ... 8WV.! :of Blk 18 of R. i', : : North t degree 45' We.K
.f f *
... 11 ; e.
.' W 1 } In .HE% 'of See. line Mil
of Blk t 8 BS4 feet Sell
'of N TYomu
.. NEV I.U
.. BW1b W 0' Ry I" ''SS UnknowaB T... 'Sue In Temple ,.. ff "r ',> NIC" .28 II !":, .a. to center of. R)'. track u|

-. M HW% of 8iIC% of ml. .. Dyyive ft I tt B H. A: Lawo,, a, fa .7.0E Lot 4 .of 1'Bite rub 11. Living.oton a Co', > ... ,...- -. /i..1 tJ' 'Southerly along coot'., of]

MW" W' of Its&y.NQaM \. All W Wo& Blk .801 r "' ., :..,'". t' fC+ Sub.Dly or y NEy Dr ,.,, track degree'031 45'feet. thence Nan
of \ otA All EH of Unknown l.tI West 50 feet to ,
"\ NW% of IIW.! ,. Blk 18 of K S W A 'I' ,:'ti, NE'4 Blk'l3 II S. .n .:or beginning' leee nlh.,
Lot. 3. 4 or ; Llt
\ JO. I A to N.WV of Blk, 8.11 of R ;! of wan *
101> .. N40ftof( 8 W In Temple Sub. ; In..ton.. TrubJf A Cob TAKE.. NOTICE.'That plilntlfJ
.WM. of 8WH of BWVJ 38SS SI SO\ Unknown ..08 Div Ex 3 5 A Sold. Mr.. .1'. : Su : Div In,, NE' of Matta Hamm.tt .f.. J.34Lot O. Jone. J. C. Jonet and Corf

% .f NKHor SWHi of Murrhree tl I tt B Unknown.. "... a. 8.70 2 of Elk U Livingi II II .t Jones, hive duly filed their
of Com on E line of WH Bill of Complaint In the
aw .
M ton. Truby A Co'. Hub- ,.110"
1cViof8 of Blk I S of R S W Court and ywl
.. Wye cause dgalnit
8 Rarah ; Div 1ft HE" of II 4 II Unknown I.U
Hogan S.37 where 8
M B S3I line of NWH InvIngaton each of you and al.o ic>'lnif
SSAfiy. 24B 40 Margaret Carroll 7.28 of 8KH Bee 21 crosser Blk It EE Lot 21 ". C. Jon. and Mary Jones., hit
..JI. U
Trully A Co'. .
A N .
\ NE% of run parallel with a. defendants, wherein th< r
.WM SSB B Unknown 1.43 Road llSVi' ft for a .1 NuEbVDly 11Hm of Joe Hogan 3,51Lot. ..ought la the partition of all I
ft Sq on N point of beg thence W t scribed the
If let JOG property among p
L ... of SWVi of 8WHN at right angle to said t ', 3. 4 of Blk 10 1.1. ., :. In proportion to their proporllInt.r..t
road 440 ft N : Intrton Truby a C&sSubDiv
of A adjoining RoadMutht II4H ft !r1I4 I 3 therein. In kind or byunder
ofVv .'i. 38 SIB Unknown 118 K 440 ft 8 114Vt ft to "'w; in NE34 of Court decree and |
..14 of NWV4 of SEH S8. S3S 10 R. .... Brown 4.47 point, of beg It 8 S3 D. E. Robert 13.09 6Y ft IS' II WI1Ue Roberts : 1.01 hereby required to appor; you tof
I In
8 01 01 Blk
Lot 4
MW of NWVi" of NKVi Lot. 1. 2 o f Blk I '" Bill of Complaint on lair,
7'ejrTftJTNBn .
| S3B 1t.J, P. Wyrlck 289 Knight Sub. Diy of : Llving.ton 'I'ruby 141,' In ald Court end

'\ Of NWJi n. S3S SO The 8. B., Hubbard Co ,,4.47 SWVi. of .Ei SI 8 S3: Unknown'w'' 5./. Co'.. Sub.DIY' In HE% Ida Simmons yJI..,,- ...11I itherwlae decree pro-conf.".,I
MT of HW of NWHNVi Lot. 1. 3, of Rlk 31 'i, of NE" II 131 M entered against you. Bnf
a of.. NVof 8WVi Knight Sub-Dlv o f Lots 2 a or NV ot elk :t County Telegraph' Is dealing

.ff NWtt *7 S3B 20 Mlnnl. 8. Abney 718 8WH of SEH 11. S3 Unkno..n. S94 IG. LivingMon. 'I'ruby duly qualified newspaper UI
KK of NKH o* 8FV, 22 SO Margaret, Carroll 3.11 Lot 7.8. of Blk S Pin*, '. ". A C..'" Sub.DIY' 10 NEyE k l IJ.nf lick this notice once each vcl
.on Alfred Barn.. 8.01
Cfeaa at NK Cor of hunt Dev. II 8 S3 Maud Walnwrlght 939S3 NI':% IS I II four consecutive weeki prln
n A run wino ft WH of Blk 1 N of R 3 :yt: -. E\4 of Elk 40 LlYlnluton I I'trubY aald return day. Wltnem mr 1

Y 1030 ft K' 1120 ft N E A all trio of EVj r Ilk CO' Ru b- and official seal at Stark. F'4thl
to.J. R. Shuford ., t Div In of NE II I II Billy Brown 1.18
of NF'/
IMO ft to be-g 28W S IS 805 Blk 1 N of R3 R Lnv.Ingeton I June !4, 1941.
3-4 of 8H nf NWH of 8 of trio .old N D. Lot 4 of Elk 44 Clerk Circuit Court B
Hagaman being 549 ft 4.* ; Truby' Ilk Coo
.* A NH", of NEV! N A 8 A being all aaldfrac 'Nf',\ -DIY In NE% of I :'1 Florida.
mvf\ of NWH. 81 B SIB SO J. B Whltehead 1491 W of E line of 'f' NF3i II I II Unknown 1.1St T. Frank Land
t8w34.t of SRH' of NWH 21 S3 10 Jack Crawford 3.39 NWH of NWH A EH of .< Lot I A Sts of Lot I 01 IJ Attorney for Plaintiff
\, of NWH.nl" NEH: of Blk 1 N of f' : Elk 41 LIY 1 n c ton. '5.t7 tl(
Vrgwk>wy.ANW" R 212ay4of8W.. 'I'ruby Ie ("0'. 8ub-DIY'
of Blk S N of n.1 E '11' '. in NE" of NESS IS I II Fannie McCall 3,61

M ViJo7W%" Wf'8WV. IS I" S,. W Rlgdon. ..U In Temple Sub-Dlv tt II 10 Mr. Grace-Ford SS4 8'4 of Lot I of Rlk 4'1' 7T : ORD a 04" PVOleOT104

Rot .. tl. A NH of Lnt All land otthe: on E and' ."1 .. ., Iving"ton. Trub" a .NOTICE! TO Arr143 !
1 mt A all Lot 33. S4.M. 8 ride old Stark. .: ." Coo Sub.DIY In NE% State' of' Florida toO.. 0( <
A NH of Lot 40 A I.awtey public road of NEtt, IS1 II Mr.. W. E. Toro.... 1.1St A Ice Co.k BM" ,. rot:
ts? Woodlawn S9 B S3 10 M. }l. Carter 7.S3 In Sec. 11 known a. k Lot I of Rlk 411 T.Ivlflgv' ., Coa4.231.|Portsmouth. Virginia, Inwile

t .f Lnt 12. 49 In the O. A. Thrower Sr. ; 4 ..ton Truby a. Co'. Mettle >
'oodlawn 19 B S3 10 J. W. RI.don 380 prnp.rty10.82 A In : flub-DIY In NE% ofNEye 8..II"t 'O"la:" ,
8t W.
NW Cor of NW. otNWH ," IS I IS Unknown 1.1St S. a.
.... II. 41 A EH of lot .. .
M I. Woodlawn 39 S S3 IS Peach Crawford 4.57W.1 13 11 Mr.. Grace Ford I.II Lot 0" and all Lot 't '" Bank tof.Columbla: : M r

Lot it .In Wood- Beg at NW Cor of SWHot F.1I N 1S4 It nf Elk 1 Lank Clreol; /
Own III I U 5 Unknown SIS SWH run 8 70 yd. 1.lvln..t..n Truby A tiff has filed In the '

/t. ii for a ooint of beK Co'. Addition to Town of Bradford Count FlorWJ
:" Woodlawn"' III I II 11 I. C, A Roy CI.mon. 1.110 th.nre run F 100 -ft N M4' of Stark 39 I 33 h: L* j. Creep .:u Chancery.you arreldrfefdwnta I 1 1

1aa t. I. T. 2. N'4 of 100 ft W 101) fl N no Lot of Rlk 1 Living"
Lot .. 'n ft to beg bounded N ...ton. Truby A Co'a Addition No. 1 3 JO. for. the for.clou"
.Jt.nall 10 I II 15 Unknown 7,81tens. by Pringle 12 8 Zt: Aaron. HollT a wife 1.14 to Town of mortgage ...In.t the r"lIowin bI

II, II. n. I1J U. E..ofIUkI80fRa. Stark tt I 28 UnknownUnknown a.1I crlbed property sltuaM
Of! Lot 1% A aU that portion of '"t 4t Lot 7 of Rile 1 T.lvln- ;, =:- y County. to-wit:

3433I. 'Woodiswn; SO I II U S. M. Norman 11.13 Elk I II of R 4 F that ., .. tnn. Truby A Co' e N\02\ of SE" of WVJ yErNorth* 01

Rt; hat 14 & all lot llee In W\4 of NW"" n to Town of t"CTlIJ : U R,... and 3 or
If ol. woodlawn ao 5 II 11 1. n. Denmark '..Uw. :lkN {'sf of .N7 L' of Harks tt I S3NH '.U See.. 24: and Mock 1 'In 1'Mand

f1 46. ..478 of R 2 h, taU of Lot 4 A alt I ot. that part of N JNWVi .. or N
:: ;' d34.l l i.. 5.; 110 I II II 1.. Co Roy Cl.mo" 1.1I11 t hat portion ofNIofInk9SofR1 4. Blk 1 Llv. Iyln.I Eat of Sand A. 19p.
r'lr Nil's.
1(36 at Lot II In Wood. Coo W' NVi nf NWW! "'
lawn 11 I n I 'Ir.. V11I" Starling 1.1. N N of halt.tlon Addition to Town of ..,. 3J: and ....m..t pW '

W% .f Lot n all Irate line Ilk aU that pnrtl..nI Stark* SI 8 83 Mr. Joe E. Wilson '.11 of See !34, run East on "9eetlrthence !!|
U. In Wood. I Dik I 8. .f R a Faut Lot 8. 4 of Rile 3 TJvIngMon. .urn 1320 feet thence 410
:';..,,11. II I. n II W. K. Bradley I.U11. : 1710K N or halt..n. Truby A Co'. feet.11.1W'

It+ U 81. II In I line 'I'.mpl.. Sub-Olv II I II 11 Unknown .... Addition to Town of West 1310 b"loolO
weodawn II 1 II U stand W.hwrl.ht loses I NF.% of NE". of NEt= Stark tt 8 83Blk Unknown. ..11 420 feet to point o' .
I In Woo"'wn' st. U 10V.1 Unknown 1.113aor A E $0 ft or NWy4 of 1. T. *. 9 of Liv.Ina.ton. In Twp. I S. R. 23 f; I
RW" of RWV as 1 II 10 1\1. It. Warn. 1.10 N1I\o .t NE\L II' II 11 Joe Altman 3,23 TrubY A Co' This therefore U to cmm"to an'

flW% of ilJl"f 861" 5 II It George Coleman I.U en( of BFVe" of sw\4 of Addition to Town of appear In said Court
NW'4 of !\IW14.r.t WL F.'I W I A II I II 3 E. K. Conway I.U Stark SS 8 88 Unknown I." on AuKttet 11. Uti .?lt,57f,

Ste a E enWLtSW3\( of NE3i, 01 Lot 5 of Rlk 11 7JvInaraton. all. atlnn* of the COD
r: N1 11 II 5 II la S. I.. Harren US 12 I 12 I John Williams. 114 Truby A Co' plaint will be taken ae

of NW34 N"of SW44. of NEy( of Addition to Town of by "OU.
.f 4NW'4N31 U 5 II 15 rAt T. A M. Dln.f.lder { WL It 1 8. I." Wllllam.e 114 Stark 3t 8 83 X?. F. Rlgdon '.01 Bradford Countydeelirnated .1renD:
oof 40 C. Sumner 4 U 8W\4 of SWty t5 I" 4" Unknown a'.o Lot. 9, 10 ef Ask 11 Llv.Ingaton. r the "...pt
I !NFW'yt4 1 8 11 41) Unknown 1.0 NEI of NW'A 2. I II 40 1.. B. a "a. Jordin 4:31: Trubv A Co' publish this as order once .ad"1
41) F. A. Edwards E, \ E'4 3 ot -. '
104't to
Addition to Town. of prior
NWof SW for week
BWlstot 6 14 .0 four
.I SE" \I.1.( M. Orlrfl. 834Itw3 I( II I II R. F. Clark 1.41 Stark 88 I 83 C. F. Rlgdon reel

{ .f Nt'\v: 1 { n 41) A. C. Sumner ..gel I w3.4 of RwK of IiIW'4 Late IS. 13. 14 nf Rlk ttLlvtngaton. rwitneiiii hand and H
An % or a. S14 01 NW"e. of SWIoAA Trubv A my Bradford f 1
Road"F.f : IIA" r; 3 8 II 3e I Frank nrv.nt 1.91 '.n rom 110 ode N ol8W Cn' Addition to Townof I wed at Ptarke. dW 0/' 1D

I sM1 or NWot SW\. 3 8 2t 111'1 John l\I..varl 419wK Cor of NWL of Stark SI I 23 Oliver Aaplnwall '.n Florida this tth
of NW". n' RW4 3 $ II 10 0.0. C. Whit. s.n $W\i Ilk run F 117 )'d.. NH nf Lnta 1. IS A all 1>41. A. ',. TT|

.an NIII4 .f RWI4 W of N 110 yd.. W 141 yd. Lot 1. IS A SH of OFFICIAL SEAL) <>, ftrl
3 1 n IS Mrs W. S. Epp..r.on I.st 8 l't ydu to beCt Tot 4. 11 of Blk 11. Clerk of Circuit Court !,? J
..IItRFd4 of SWV W .f : of A II IZ U B. F. Clark 1tt Livingston. Trubv A County Florida. I

....... E S II 111 Maud Walnwrl.bt 1,17At 1'1"0' flEIoi 01 SEL EE ("..'* Addition to Town '. -
NW" of 8EL E of ..,. 11 I II It R. F. Clark t4
Stark St W. T.
I Week
of of S3
13." of
I. I'nknown Nlf ._ Estate .
8 NE' IN RE-
IItY 3 8 t! 104f a nf Tot 9 nf Blk 14 rTo )to".. 4a
K A of NF.\ of flF.\( 5 1 12 U "nknown &.s. NW% of $FK a NE4 T.Iving.tnn. TruNv A J. A. J McKlnney. '

S II A of NF.V, .I I'F.v of Rw'4 Y* W II A Co'. Addition to Town .f all Tredltor* Dem' .p"d..nIn. J
.'1 Ilk "14 nt SFte I\f "p.v 3 1 n 115 Unknown 5,01wl4A o E. Rood IT I IS tl R. R. PrevdtW lie! of Stark St 8 S3 Q. A. Anderson Plalm or
F: a.4 MSWt4ofNR4 '"' of SF.of SEt n lit gd Unknown ..,. Lnt 10. It of Rlk IT 1.92 aid Estate: tn
a tl1Iv Et W\oi\ NWL of MW1I. of NF:V lIT I lit II Kit Wlllia. 1,08 Llvlniratnn. Truhv A. You and each *f You ,. '
M NF.V nf flE", 4 I n 330 .,. F. Brown 35,11t W 1:1: A of NEW of NWV 11 5 II 13 Della Keller 3.13: ("n'. Addition to Townof notified and requiredany 'dl"an '

+ gpra nf NW4 a WH 01 44 A in $E C..r of NE'-\ Stark SI S S3 Unknown claim and ....,
4 '-1 n' !liE' 4 42! 11/1 A.:1. l1..yan I U of 811\4 being I A III Lot"* K. 1. 7. I. 9. 10 11 7.11 you. or either of of yOU J.; A J
H 01 flRV, of SF.L I I n 10) a. 1. Kerae 1 1.11 aRby114A11&W 11 4 n I R. F. Clark I.U of Blk 19 IJvlna-Hton. -. iiraln.t the estate of
R g A of S'fi' tlf NF.V, of1tW14 Corn 14011 ft 111 nl NF. Cor Truhv A ("0'* Addition Kinney, deceased 1 plude
"f PEL of NEt4 a. vunw Florid .
County. \
to Town of Stnrk 81 I Unknown '
a S\fo 01 NWV.f I..1 Oraham dr
S tee ft FII. at
Kned rf
'tONftlO\ : Blk !0, !l. 23 Wring..tnn. "
ttFv Ii I U IS Itnknown Lee O ft to beg IS I II I. S. Keller Ut Truhv A Co'a 30 day from the' 4et notl*

ante"( tll N1I:V II S n 41) rnkno"'n .U Com .t NF ("or IRE' of I Addition to Town of ::: publication of tale
d..n 4rns'n
w1. of 8WVe nt 1t2'4 9 I II 110 S. 1f. Rite" I.to W NF.Run!III ft for 8 a 101 point It I Starke 81 I S3 Unknown' .8" I.II Each claim and or .h.n. .....
Lota wrilln.
I. !. 11. 14 of Rlk
"w 14 ot SJl4 A. NE" orw" of 14.g' th..ne. run W I 14 of r..ld.o". and J4

E of RY. 1G. II' 10( Willie "aln ..teasa1Z4 :ONf\fI\ : t\O\ ft E "OIt Cn4 Livingston.Addition to Trubv Town A place addreee of the clalmat. ;slarDe ..
I t. T.71.
of NW" of NW 34I. 10 1 U 30 1\1. F. Brown .U to Peg I U Keller nf Stark SI 8 83 Unknown I.III sworn to by Or plr ror

.. R% of 1"WE of fly 10 I U U Unknown '..toof Eoi0wf4 n1 N tUft of Lo'. f. 4. .. 1. T. '. 9. ',. her attorn.Y. ,tetra toJ.
NWV. 10. tt. IS of Rlk S4. Agent. and sill .ue,11 M
IaR' NW'4 a wl( of SF4 01 NI'I4& It. II Josepklae Wllllams 2.94 TJvlncatnn Trubv A .- mend not filed ,

SW" of RWV 1. S 21 10 Vnknown 1.11 W 141 It of N toe ftof Cn'f Addition to Town A. .J. the to
ritornof 64
EY. .t. ; of
"'"' .f 8W14 of NE'4 11 I II 10) A. a. Ro.er. I.n NWL of Stark S* I S3 Unknown! 483 Adminl.t IJUL
of NE EL W to
.% .r SWyy or NE"( 11 I II 10 Unknown 3,11 rt4. IS I II Eugene ltu..t8& $.13 (Continued on page eleven) oC J. A. J.

U JUt* 101941S 1-

0. IMI ________ _______BaAr.FOBD__ _oooyrnf___' _' _' "_STAZ.. FLORIDA _____AOB----- -_VOUKVKXf l .,]
t. -
)* .i
1'e. > 1 .
required to appear on the 4th day thin \JTth day of Jun. A. t>. 141 T.._ .
'ldin; perm.itllJWtIJIIo1In of August A. D. 1*41 before the (OFFICIAI. $BAL) A. J. Thomas, t>eerls>rl.. a.. T H A Ows_ (.'_** A Owa_ A CsoCIe' -rl.. ..... .. l"- :

zu above entitled court, to the bill of Clerk of the circuit Court. .. ?::
buildings of Wra. D. Lot 7 of Blk SO Living .V 41* ft of Itwt; Of f.
two complaint filed aitalnst you In the Morgan' Clark Bid*.. Jack .." .
40X40 on above entitled cause; and' the .onvlll*, ....1.... Plaintiff Attorner. ston Truby A Co7* sw 34as S 13 la Dr. M. B. .
i I
block. 3C1 'BrMfordn, Coutit". TeUnraph'. U ,.. 4t "-n Addition to ,Town. of v'WM.'iwr' ." .....2iW
rete 0g' Mock* Ifuse 11\ hereby 'ilvolsTOa.todi a.* the Stark |t I SJ C.' B. J.hn. 3.0J S 11S3 SS Klam 1.4T
:I altWalndt '
a AI '" of NW u. 49 Bertha
4 In which this order .. t.otal,3,12,1.l4of ; % D.iil,1
l .1it paper .
3. < .
to be published n"w.1 NOTICE Blk 1- gaton .1..: ... of NJ.o:14 3S I IS 40 v Cwatcb :
ones a week ..
lei Al1l1ltlon. 1. $6,000.. L. eon *ruMve weeka.WITNKSS Notice. I. hereby 'lven to all bl. o'IAnd itiun i of SWV' ISNWH I 31 tit
c&bIJlJ July my hand and the i>e.1 l whom It may roncern that I. be.laticy tu Town or $tarke 31 ( SSt Unknown 4.S3 NWVi> of NWM. Ex W 10 I

jUtd L. P. Berry. or thin court at Starke. Florida thU Dickinsn. a.. Guardian of Lotl *: 3to: OfLoth A A WH of NEW of .I..i"I I
eJUlDd.r oU 2 and H. F. Geiger and Elsie l Belle of Blk 8 .DavIs N WH 19It 4 S3 Unknown .
of Ind day of July A. D. 1941. .. '
U 'l-er .
SOUth 16 feet, town (OF"'I* TAI. SBAL: ) A. J. Thomas 2nd Gurrett. minors, will on the Truby' Add. 3$ S3 QuIgley A Davis 1.1t of 8W14 9 S3 99tt Unknown.Unknown. 1.30
in tile original Clerk of the Circuit Court.8m I day of Auruat. A. D. 191, 1.0th A PofIot3f SEM of 8W;, I 7 II $00gw4
L0C19 apply tot.. Honorable K.: K.: :- of 7 M 49 Unknown
metal landwich B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Flop. Hilt a DvU A: Truby* NRM NWIi. a ...
Inll ferryman, County Judge In NW 7 *3 4$ J. W. MoCnllUnknown
and 0' I
Plaintiff' Add si 9 S3 H. F. Brown 7..4 $
Ida. Attorney. '.4 4t 7-t5 2.1
(xm' $', for Bradford. County, Florida, at Lot 4 of Blk 3 Davis 1'111:14 of NKV,"ot i'W'a 1.. It 3.35
J.J JulY 1.It remoIeIpnth .. -- I bin office In Starke. at Ten o'clock: Truby's Add It. SS H. A. Lawson 1J.J WV, of NIC l, of SWNH 3 7 1)1) 39 C. W. Col..n w74

Wt11tAin. July' 8. -iw THR rmcviT COVET EIGHTh A. M., or aa aoon thereafter. aa the Lot 1 vf Blk C In N. J.I of Nil.. 4 'II 39 Mrs. A,.- f":.. willamson. ,

sAd repairing tbe11I1Iotel 1JDICI&L CIBCI-IT or rt.on. matter can be beard, for authority Jones Addition sS 9 S3f Unknown I.04 KV of 8K<7 or NRM AtlWV ; .'11 f

Oscar DeU.tzaIII' lEt I AU..EOti! .""0"0110C'OI'I1 tOo sell at private ..1... the entire I EH of Lot S of Blk 1' ,, of HHS of Nf:,1.. t 7 SS 39 Unknown.
$600.. : :"'. Interest. and estate. '*f. said minor ,I Temple Addition to I 1 A In NW Cur of NUV> fil

bu1ldlnC 2OX36. cleafl IN ChiNCEItTEtuill In and to. the nllowtnsT described i Stark 8J 6 n H. A. Lawson '.'3 of 4 7 S3 S Unknown .
LMnpton. Dukes. '.land.* In Bradford County. Florida Lots 9. 7 of Blk 3 NKVi!: .7 S8 4, Oeorge' WlUJatn now
JulY /8I Plaintiff tG.WitlThe -. of S31t. of 8F. 01. 'l"'
t. f Templea A .9T
,liD .ubdlvUlon; Jam* -vs. No. 1301 South West. quarter of North Star e u'n ,, Dan Bore 11.31 8K\i of SKIi of Sr! .* 4 7 S3 34 t r. E' W.-W.1ett. / .',.79

"co.. frame Otis Dukes. ; West quarter and South half of BIk' 4 Temple Addition .. .. 8m.... of SW 14 of atgv 4. 'II 19. Vnkn .wir '.
July Z. one-tory DtiendantORflER; North iv| >. *t Quarter of North W..t I to Stark SS 9 S3SS Unknown I.U 9 A In a aq 1" SW Cor -

I.. $3,100. et'bO" I OF SERVICE quarter of Section *3, Township Lot I. a of Fracl Blk 3I .. Of 5W14 of NKWSKU I' S3 1:1..* rralrS'l t lit
tJlc", 28dO NOTICE TO APPEAR seven (7) South Range twenty-one I Temple* Addition t KH st.t. 4 In. Ore-* au'.fj.rn.rf,. I' Sj

ITHE, STATE OV FLORIDA (21) East Containing *.lxtjr (40J Stark T II 1 Unknown l.elS.7I .. Itt of Of SWU I SS if Irvall'lO,
It lIaY cooc.rn und.rlll.n.d.dl To Qtls Dukes, whoiie residence acres. Lots l, 4. 5 or Blk" Mf\i 7 S3 14..*. Ir l< .M.. 1Iel"Oard. ,;;r't: ,

Notlc' that. thS 10 .A. M. 0\ I.*nd address. I... Rout I Box. 47, Jesup. -. Which application will be based. Temple Addition to'; Beg I chns 8 of NW Cer I.' .." -,:.

.. to applY .t th.r.. .. Qaorcla: '1 on the petition now on file In the Stark SS S S3S3 Unknown of NE01\ SWM A:

19U or .. .oon heard to It I. hereby ordered that you are aid court Lots I. 7 of Blk 7 Tm- run 8 I clue K 10

,.1". ill' ..m. e.n b. of :ir.court required to appear on the 4th day Dated. June 17th. 141.Delaney. pies Addition to. Starke SS 4 Unknown 1.11 chns N a chine W 10chna
x.. Sebrln. Counts. of August A. D. 1941 before the Dickinson, Lots 1, 2. 3 of Blk I' to Beg Ks WAS I. .1.41
K. G f lIradford tnan&ta, above entitled court. to the bill or : 74t 7-28 Guardian. Temple Addition t 0 A 1 7 S3 > Unknown. ,

lor a IIC.flUI to control h.r complaint filed avalnut you In the I Stark / IS t. S3SS: M. B Merlon* 14.11 N 1 A of WH of JOII:4.!: :.1' :' ":.w. .

.4. 01 and frelTb above entitled .cause: and t bO.ltol'd In Circuit Cur Bradford Let"'. 4. J,'. .T of Blk' I. I '; i of 8W\ 3vAaW PlW ",
I cblrr' .b..com. a. ./ County, : jv ,t'/ .api ,c or'.r'N"\O laW t. '1'.1' I Unknown :
County Telegraph"' '
) "
/00 ) T.I'trp
1. I Jllsft .. ... .: Florida. \ qhahcery. AndrewCV ... ; u- 'A-.dlClon.' I O'. .ii of' NEt..,. a 7 tlii MI. K uiiivaS .j.$1,
.* &h. : sEtj
""" ,, ,,''"f1";11ff.? Sapp' 'MUO4YI hetfJtr In rvCVe which lamMed.; this order shall newspaper b-. 'McCaffreyPtalntlft ietendan, ., \'*. 'Allc. Me.Caffrey N tit I0tt5i lit"" In of Lnt4 21 3 M.t B. Herlonc of N.. .. T It J. W. Andrew. '. A S.'. .4'! Jfnr.
% Monday, .
: ,.9 -Leila I published consecutive. one weeks a, week for four,i the 4th.. day of August A. D. A: of 8 II*Elk ft 1 t In of' LotS NW\Nt4of\ of NRMi MEt.,of. < 8KH ,! T 7 It U .1 Lens Unknown Ot"1 9.0

EIGHTH.tIAL hand and the seal. 1141. the defendant Alice McCaf.frey I"U Sit of HWU. 19 Lillian t>. Harr.ll 'Ill
.. 7.11iempis.
eiactiT.coCBT.Ki WITNKSS my whose" residence Is Denvllle, Addition to "t rk* S3 QuIgUy A Davie Alderman 9.39

( I'LOR- ,'o f this court at Starke. Florida this New Jersey.' In. reaulred ta annear Lolli 1.1. 14. of...Elk .It N". of or SRM' IT I... T.J.JkoW4.e' '1-41.
FOR I let day of July. A. D. 1.41. Addition to i Kt IINV. If "' a---
tu'th.. umplaliiii."d
L ANP (OFFth1AL8ir; '-A.. -j.ThomU.' her bill l of notice II' n L. J. Green 11.2 of 8RM 1i:1: S A I In .1 'i .. 5
herein. This
against to
OIMT!' Clerk of the Circuit Court. I ]"INktAlr3k. Temple Addition SR Cor A Kx S. 100 : 4
CHASICBBTthe be published a week for four 1:."
once AllerinasS
8: Sam B. Wilson Jacksonville, Flor consecutive weeks I in Bradford to Htarke IS' al VnknoVl'n 4.7 ft W or Ry It 7 u' .97 T, 1. ".. .......... A
il ida. Plaintiffs Attorney '.4 4t 72 I[tx>ts g, 9. 10 12. 13. l!! 300< ft of NWM of
trU4'PI.I Inti 114t County Telegraph, a newHpaperpubllvhed Iii 8BM W of Ry 1* 7 S3 I Formot Dalrle ....
No. -- 14, IS of Blk 4 Tern
'I In said Bradford County,
4.-. gvtstt Da vi', IN THE CHtCt CO CRT. K1GMTHJl.UU.l Starke, Florida, July ncS.. 141. I pies Addition tn Starke 21 I IS Unknowa 3.9 All: 8 NKM 1 Not
IS Tern
9, T of Blk
OK rLOR- VI. SHAD A..I. Thomas. ..
Def.nd.nt. SERVICF: At. CIHCIJ (OKFICI pies. Addition to Stark.. 21 S IS Futch BI.trllak 4.7 O. 8. A Ity I... I A
!: QJ.o' III> AND KOH. BRAI>>"'0811t:01TNT. Clerk Circuit Court. BradfordCounty In "
OIlDJ:1t SH Cor Nil: of
APPEAR.S 1 Lots I, 3 of Blk 19 Tern- .
1'0 7-23 1.11.
Florida 7-4 4t
BoUn John
NoTiCE FLORIDA II pies Addition tn Starke 21Frscl I n J. T,' Qul.le 9.3 SW'40of: SWM It 7 S3 19 .
STATIC 011' DavIs, whollt ___. ; 121 CHANCKBV tot tAN SO ft Of SWM Ffof "

Ern..t o""no"n.II Ev.r.tt, Clarence T. Swensoa.Plaintiff In Circuit Court Bradford County of Lot 10 of Elk 21 Ry It 'U St... Unknown. ,, I.fl

... II ordered that you ..rcgired FloridaIn Chancery. Ella"b..t"D..lla. Temple, Addition t a ComGydeWofSECn, n.
.rebl on the tlh day vs. No. 1310 .., Plaintiff v". Joseph Dallao.Defendant. Starke 23 I IS D. a. Keile7 to.lo of See t* A run W .
10 .pp..1' the Thelraa V. Swenmn, On Monday the 4th Lot I of Elk S3 Temples 349 ft N 319 ft R 140
uiuJt. A. D. UU .bef\r.\ bill of Defendant defendant. 3.4Lotns ft 8 SIO ft to Beg. It 7 II tUB. CUrs Ada, Kt nai.l9Unknown :
court, to tb. day of August, 1(41 the Addition to Starke 21 S II Vnkno",1II .. ... .
.. ,nUtI.d a..lllllt'you In the ORDbR OF SERVICE Joseph Dallao, In required to appear S. 3. 4 of Blk n Lots IT, 11\1', SO of Hlk ,
wat filed and "Brad. NOTICE TO APPKAH to the bill filed .."alnMttin, Temples' Add tlon to( 14 Rx \ 40 ft Kl A ,

VI entitled Tele.rapb"c..ue.: I. hereby TUB STATE OF FLOKIDAI herein Thin order to be publishedonce Stark. 21 S IS Unknown 4.1 W by I4 4 rt N A d ,." '
To Thelma V. Bwennon. whose In 8W 'or It 7 S3 .f
Count n.W.pap.r inCII a week. for four consecutiveweeka Lot S of Elk 23 Temples 'C( ,
1stpd I' the ..haUb pub- residence- unknown. In Bradford County Tele. Addition to Stark 21 4 IS Unkllo.n. l.tI I Lot 1 F.:. K': IS ft A WIt 'to. i' ., I"
this order It Is hereby ordered that you are ft of tat It. It. ,
week for four 001ITNK8S \- graph. a newspaper published In Lot T of Blk 23 Temples. .
required to appear on the 4th'day A.' 1.tI 10. 21. 13 C. J. W.k. '
DOd: aid Bradford County. Addition to Stark.. U. IS C. 1"lItcll '
jti5 .e l. hand .and the seal of' August A. D. 1941 before the OFFICIAL SKAI>) A..f. Thomas Lots 9, *, 10. 11.13 of Rile ,., Sub-Dlv .It 7 22a..... Etke34i5Qs. f' : .3.33

mY Strk.1 F1oii4. above entitled court to the bill ot: Clerk Circuit Court. S3: ,, T..mlN.d. n oJ. Lots'..Ir. l4. ,.,, 5. .. 7,1't. ,., .11 ot;.?.4.. .t

liii, court at complaint filed4agalnsrypu'. : the Starke. Flo I".*. Jtfly/..h, 1!*4U- <. to Starke. 21 S II Vnkunqa.oL .... 9' 1 ? ii. 13: is, 14C. .
t ".i'fJt. -testtltledi-caTlfpc; and tb* ... a 1-... 4t ..1 W.. Weeks Sub-Dlv' l 4 1 It ..,.... 8n.lthj
omse 3of"BUt.. Temples t'1
t1t.'y' ) Court A. "Bradford County Talegraph" I I. -' Addition to Starke 2SLots S IS *lir.a. IfarPIII\a; 1.0. NEt, of NHl\ Ex Road 19NM 7 U IT Lillian. D, .f(,ra.,..rr'fft
Circuit .
-frink of Landrum. '1-11 hereby In designated which this as order tits shall newspaper be IN TMR CIWCTIT COVHT. F.IRMTHjriMfiAi. : 27 4, S, 4. 7 Addition of Blk ;., .. C of(,'SELL 0. E< I A In8W It'll UnkseWs.. 'iI'. :.JS.ttf.9t
1-4 tt Tempi
Iltllrl Attorney published one a week for- foureonnecutlve rmrriT or 1"1.011.I" to Starke 21 I U tJnkeq"., ..... Lot 4 Sub-I>lv of SW' .'
weeks.WITNK83 ". !" AMD rOil BM.tDPvMDPaul of SWM\ I lot. In
I Elk 2T TemplesAddition r5
-- Lot of
C"C11IT: COURT. EIGHTH my hand and the seal. (01. 4TY. tn Starke. 21 I IS Unktlo'tA 1.n NWC'opl ttEOW: '
TRB FLORio Iv CHCE. Ft N A 19 7 is 4 RAeaevell Smltn ;
01" by lit 8
CIRC1JIT of this court at Stark., Florida this A allBlk I
tDlCnL Ilk 59 Kx Lot 14 ?.''
I" ANO rOB .R ..DFORDIINT'i" lat day of July A. D.' 1*41.OFKICIAI. Scarborough 30 A all Blk 34 'i" SN\of NRM' 11 ; n 49 Jeanett Liia Taylor ttMrrfUt: '.3I
Plaintiff ,
( SEAL) A..J. Thomas! t It Peeks NWM 11 49 .
No. IX ISBeasls Rx Tots T .
CHAIICEIVI. of the $ Court. vll. 31 S II E. X. Perrymaas '.tIt 11 A In SHI Cor Of NM 1..
Clerk Circuit Scarborough, Addition to Starke ..... : > i.tr .
iii 8ln l.'<>n Katanle.PUIntiff. nani H. Wilson, Jacksonville, Flor. Mane Lot* T, t of hut C In N :l.-'",,,,,,,, ,., .al. 7 II ...- U'\W.It. ob. ',. .
nefendant. ..' P t er.r! '..["""W 41: a, .It.; "
ida.. Plaintiffs Attorney, 74 4t 7-28\ ;. "t; .! ,
Uti ORDER 010' RF.Rvt<'F.NOTIt"JoJ Rising' .Addl. lion to." '.0' '--S of NIIJIio... 'U It.loi ;,!: ... ,i'rNW"Lot :
21NH 33. ,
.... TO'AHPRAR stark*' "l P.A.4Briasn f .' :
| U .
Katanlc.08DK ? oRll1'En'.t4: of ,r'1to .w | 7 Ith.: T. Corb'. If. j'N"4 .
OF FlORIDA: of j. *
STATE HWI40* unknown
." ix! THE CIRCUIT cortvr. EIGHTHJL'lIIIAL THE 8carborough. LotIl A All! Rlk 2 a \ ol I. '."" ,
? OK SERVICE CIMCV1T or KI.OH10 T.-. ScenIc Manlllll Dowllng euDiv Ct.nof 8WM BWVi SI I I..i| Unknown t
!: NK. of Blk S "tAll
NOTICJo) TO APPEAR \ IX: AND FOR .'PFORU whose address I. I l'eints.. Charlotte $ 21 S IS E. J. Dotig 7.11 I !'iiof NWM of NWM 9 of S3 J..t. %......TIUa.. 1171.4. .. ..\

Tt IITATB NIChOiI.I: OF Katanlc.FLORIDA whoso: ..d.II COCNTV.,; IN! ChANCERY It ,A-e'reVVrd'ePe'd that you are "4.o Sub-Dlv? Blk S Dowllngs. :31Lots S II E. J. Dowiin.. ''.11 I Ry MX: 1 A in NW Cor StBeg 7 S3 S9. tT1Ik...'..',. ,. .' ,'.7t v,'5'f'j :,.
4th day 0
on the .tolllt t04 ft ,
to appear ,
unknown. James David Sleeves required A. B. C of Blk IWynne *
herebY ordered that.you ..1"alrod Plaintiff of Au..uet A. D. U41 before. the Addition to' I of NW Cor of 1S1C14' orNWM ... ;

til on 1319 above. entitled court, to the bill of 31Fruol I IS Boyd Holloway .4.11: and run S/) 1114 .
to appear No. Starko .
-vs. In the ft MI.' ft N 1919 ft .,
.. D. .*" "gfiSi/S Ethel V. Reeves, complaint filed against. .nd you "Brad- lots A, B, ("Ar to Ry thence NW along S. W. 4 Bffl ....' d
Lw court to above. entitled cause; 44 !'II << '
ntltled Defendant.OKDBK Blk S Wynns .
Tel..raph" Is hereby of to Beg It T SS baug .,. ...
lalnt filed analnst you In thai OF SERVICE ford County dltlon tn Starke !II' II DI' Ida J. 1fetberer I." ,1tl: ) ,
In "
4. 9 MoCall
It mlltled causes. and "Brad4 II NOTICE TO APPEAR designated as the shall newspaper be pu- Beg 44 ft .IIOf.f! SB CoyotLotl j Add a,to h."pton S.; tt 7 11 I. E9sg'V'' .'- I1'":' '11;;;.
hereby order .
Is thIs .
County T.le.raph" TUB STATW OF FIXJKIDAt' which con'vVlTNEsS'my Elk 2 A NK Car. n .. } ; "
week" for four Lot t Mil 1 lot In ..
Ilnl.4, a* the newspaperin I .To Ethel V. Reeves, whose resl. haloed once a run a tot ft W t".& St by 40 ft A: all lots .'(, Hi<-

kit this order shall b* pubonce dene Is unknown.It "' hand and the peal ft N 18'.' ft B l itO ft 4. T, 4 of Elk IS inHampton {JIf', \
_.! a week for four con- I Is hereby ordered that you are tn point of beg J. O.Alvares 0' ..$4
99 C.
.. Stark. !! ....
.., this court at florlda to'. ; ni : I. :. "- -
th dayof of iriiaa.
on the < Addition r ''
ll ii IT ESa"mjr band and the seal required August to A.appear D. 141 before the thin :2nd, sW, July A. St.rkO! .... VI II | S3S. 1nkowp. '1.11. "" .f IIW\6 of SWM 19 J.. tenr .,", !! 'l" -
Florida. ) J A. 4. Thomas \ All WM of Kt4 or IIW\6\ ,
'this court at entitled court to thai bill ofcomplaint ( J .otio Elk.1.O.A. 'v' AI'er"1 LOT
above 39 T. -8.
..y'of .Jllly A. 'D..lt.., In the Clerk of. the Circuit Court.. Addition to W e'Lty i s; ;; .
I Ilan4. filed affalnst you var* S3 John( E.'Marshall list ,1W94 of KM I' : Clla'II..ut. ... 1....
H.ndenon .,
A. J.
7ICIAU 8RAt) entitled cause: ana the John 121NOTICE Starke 8n:7:: \
above '.4 4t IW'.. ..NBM", Ex 4 A
-rt of the Circuit Court. 'Tlaoma.1 "Bradford County T.lecrapb" I.. PI..lntlff' Attorney.- Lot": a 4 of Bile 33 'J. I'" K side A KHH 1 l of NWM 31 'II Tf IV R. Kalq-* '" ....

frnnk Landrum 14" 4t !-.s hereby deslcnated. as. t h.' ne wspa "p..C"TI.orroa : M. Johns Addition ton 9 S3 Mr*. Lent* A. Frai*. '.11 Lot I of WV., of NWVi 31SWM 7 It 19 Krll*** iiia. : "3.70.
tt9zn47 j .er-In'Which-this ord..u or Stark of HWV\ 31 7 tl 49 UnknownIsabIl 4.41
wceu D of Rlk .
week for TA'I Fraol Lots C.
published one a 'V Lots I. T, 9. t. 19. II

TIll CIRC11tT C011a'l' EIGHTH'ItDlfol.tL weeks. seal (rCK"lSIMHV.REBVlaiyRNu !! IS nl'toVHt.Jr n. Addl- 21 9 S3 Unknown 1.11Lot" of Elk I Irnptii "
'IRCt.T OF FLoEIII. WITNESS my hand and the NnT Park NEW\ of aw-i ,

I. A'D' FOR .RAD"O. or this. court at Starke, Florldji "this that Clara V. Knight, holder respectively S, 4 of Elk Is J. lIen. IItW". of j

rUNT.... let day of July, A. D. 1*41.OFFICIAr l'.rtlflc..UII numbered the 3rd.: ., M. Johns Addition to IS 9 S3t J. T. QuIgUy I.TI NWM and< WM of 1 '
,,11'1' CR&fCsa"i'" ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, U.U4th 01 No. 111 I..u..d of No Stark.. M. NWM of HWM", Sec. S3 7 SS 1100".1.*.. ..st.

itt T.. OCIf'. -. Clerk of the Circuit Court. day 01 Au..u..t, U3l: .Uth 01 August Lot" e. I of Blk Itlo:II n J. tofltnrlc Lots 11. 14. 32. 13, 14. of / I!,, '.
Plor- day Add
Plaintiff, Sam B. Wilson, JackHonvllle. 114 Issued the 3rd.. 2nd day Johns II S3SS A. W Andrn I.TI Blk 40 Hampton Park
.,i. No. lIT? Ida Plaintiffs Attorney. 7-4 4t 7-ZJ un: No S18 Issued the of NKVt' of MKM See. II *:
mi and N. uas !Isiniedt:l: I Lots 3. 4 and N 20 ft and.WVs ,
of NWM
i. lingge.uprenoanC. .f hiept.,_ ...ei..o Blk 37 J. M. SWM\ .
se t. Lot 5 of
2nd day 01 p of NWM of HWM Be.NKM .
ORDER OF SERVICE In Circuit Court. Bradford. the same In my office and has be made I.. John. A d oil t I Ion to 33 J. T. Qulgley 14.1 II I S3S3 Ma Uay** .'.U. :

NOTICE TO APPEAR County Florida.-In Chancery.Michael application for tax deed to I Stark.A 8W A: NKVi of NWM 13 7 tot Unknown-.f" S,.SC *

S B STATE OF FLORIDA: Francis Caff ray. Plaintiff. d thereon.iaid embrace E 8nRMRsorlns ... NWM of SI i39 M A WH, of d..4.. '.,> f .. : .
respectively -co? .
I To Vera S. Bofg" whose rest vs. Ella Harriet Catfray, defendant certificates prop' of KM of-HI4M- II 7 asas .. '1':1.. AI". ma. >9 '

:.. Is 10 South CalvertStreet, On Monday, the 4th day of August th. following d.lOCrlb"of' ltrdford8tate 'hounded N 'by 'Johns tJ .f N' 40 fl'" N>>ve.ofaUi$4 ..7 11 ,. Cecil '1LuJ4.i.r. f" 7'

pltlmoreMaryland.. A. D. 1941 the defendant Ella i ette. In the eonnty to..lt An .s,", 01 : A44;' line''.'Also*Lots S." ..... Com at NW-tVr *f NKUof'N \ >: 'jo.ow,, J
Is : Rec.t' "a
lttlih ordered that you r whose residence Florida, \ A runiSlltd' '
r e by Harriet Caff ray, of .'. ....cll6rt 47 J. M. ,\
r on the 4th daADguat King-Bland Aveaue. Brooklyn I 10 of'Blle K 1SIH vie N
sir,4 to aopA" Nu. 2S3 1Ion"
A., U.- IUl bitore the N.. T. la required stpoear to. ( 'Johns A dd I I to 21 t S3 3. 0. Boyd Ill 5d I yds W 1J1S yds -
th.' bUIof aln..t iMlS'KSS.B Stark*
t entitled court to the bill of complaint filed to b.-2I A A 8KM
wUInt filed against you In th* her. herein. Thin notice to b* pub Lot 4 of Elk 3 CityPark It' 33 Walter. J. RedmanIS 1.13 of NKM Kl I A In P41Cor 'I
and "Brad- four con Sub-niv Kx 3 A In HW J'
t entitled cause: Ubed once a week for 271. SWIA 01 A -
t County Tle.raph" Is -herebytlrntlod In secutlv weeks In Bradford County tlE% of NWIA & W I%S.of R. 12 E.. Lot 9 of Sub-Dlv Blk SPark City S S3 Don t.. Hoover 1.13 ('or-II A SSNEM 7 S3 tt W. W. PackhantIf II'.".11

ai the newspaper Tel.wraph. a newspaper publl.h"c1 SW;. a..c. 11 TwP. or ices. of I''!1':t; of NWM A: NKM ... t ,
published more A In 8KM
b a..r. 3V, AI ,
itCh this. order shall In said Bradford eounty. SIark.. containing 60 of Certificate PJoI. of 8KM of NWM
IIM I week for 4 con secutlv* Florida July tilt 141. I" embraced under l-lSth5 /fc I A In NRM Blitch I WH of SWM of NRM

I"1*" (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, No. 274. TrubY known as the 29 9 S3 4 W. S. Jobn '.11 1 ltSAltoad A: 1 A -
IwiTSBSS: my hand and the, sea Bra d ford 4 Elk If Llyln..ton. I" NI Cur or alel4 of .
Circuit Court Lot of NIoH.i18e. Abo'St'z .
this. court at Stark. Florida, Clerk 1-4 tt I.ENOTICE > Co'a flub-Diy. 01 NJo\4\ A of land being "114: of NW\o\ IS T It 47 Clyde Hall ,...
Florida. I. .m. l?
.. A.> D. It41. County A n TwP. S 8. R. 12 E.. 37$. U yds N A 8 by 110vds IIW or NW"6, or fiW14 II 7 It 10 W A. JoIt .** !

':M' rAt"Etun A.. J.: Thomasrk braced under Certificate NO.41 CoeS.Ib.DiV. R A W bounded N S ........t1'" 0 till- : 01 NW% .f KW'4 II 7 liS Unknown t .1NW
Truby : by land of Manning I : ,
of the Circuit C.urt.: APPlICATION LivIngston of $E34 Os 40 *
44. 8..C. .
C. nurr..ceIntifrl FOil OF TAX lIBEl) Blk of N"14. 01 N"4\ .mbr.c.dund..r of by DarbY B by Alderman N'r '' 9f IIW% 01 IIE'4' $4 7 It 90 SUlItol.'For Pmln. .niW4. | .t.?

Attorn.y. .2t tt '.11 S. .. la e2S A W by Tnr..n.In Unknown ..(. NI'JV. of NID'A I 4G I1n"lIo.h..u:. t '
f"'....' .a) Twp." *. ; No. 33.: of 8RM 2t' S3 S II .. .... .
8KM I I .
18 HBR-BS OIVEN., said! CertifiC5te said A 11::* of lllef4.of SW 14 10 Unkai. .1Com 'i
NOTICE of the prop. SWM of 8KM\ Ell: 9 .f liE ('"r .5.-; ,,, I
IliADPORI ....m..nt Itt ft N
IN .
CI[RCLIT COl'RT" Lizzie Bennett The of cer.tificate dEn: Ryr'.ht
> That S said 14.tttt"a in NW 'or of fleo.' 11 41: run W IU .' t
m. FLOR1DA1N. C PAN under name
Eft't, Emil WIll1a 'Plaltltlff. vs'aol Certificate No. 20ibl.au..d .rty No. 272 wsa In tine assess.ment of way A: Rx 3 2t' S3 S, Carlo. Lee .... ft 1'1 100 ft fII In It '. .a I
day ol.Au..uat and has mad B. Yarhrougin. The und.r A In NK ('or _.4. II ue ft to point .r beg II I II 19' Mr. Ruth 1..ftO. ,a.st
Willis Defenant. offlc Won. &
Earle In' of of NEVe _
same my propertY I4Et,4
said 8F..Lof nf W of' '
lOn Monday the lat., day of Sep. for a tax deed to b. 01 the No. 114 n' NI'1t All W'4 ilW'4 ,;" ., ''v
application of MF.Vo .
IIIbf'r defendant Said certificate 6-lIthe of Certittca Thd NwIA Ity M. 1ft A In SW Cnr II II Unknown, ....7
> A. D. 1941 the SKued thereon. sail Unknown: N S A of NP.4 .r
a N A a by
lot 410 ft :
nil Earl Willis who. rest following describedproperty In the name propertY. &Wt E
embraces the was said of fir-lit : 'I "
tine NEVI W bounded
of Iii ft
". In Jacksonville On a low In the County of Bradford assessment certificates No. :nl of NBV, of 8RH* R. 1 Redford Lak AK .

.".IY. North Carolina Is complaint raulrdWu State of Florida, to-wlt Section under were said In the name of AO.. A In NW ('or&E4 U' S3 41 J. C. Jones 11.47 S by by Hlaaon S A lot IS t S3 S Ms.rtfar D. Rev. .. ,"'*i A ,
to the hill of Lot 49 In Woodlawn ::18:1: In 8W CorAll Cot .f .. 'r'
I led..> ,,Mniit him herein. This or- I South, Range 22 East Jenkins.tJnlesa. shall h. A of 81'% Of 11 t., A lo, BK ", "'> I .
eertiticateS' 8WM of A N' SIt .
.lo. be published one each week containing 10 acres. more or '".. said to( law" thCprpertles NE" p: .f Road U' 13 S hoover, Putch Co. 1.41 HKM NWM Ida '
.ccordlnlt' ft of of SWM
four consecutive. w e e ka In Th assessment. of the said prep-slued redeemed described therein wm" tineCourthouse b. W. of NW'4 nr SF-v. 41: I Lot NK'1 tout J. find* 13All I 33 II Mr. Sidney H. Dodd '7.9J F

ilforl County Telegraph aknpiptr .rty under the said certificate highest bidder >( run to 7:: tIc ft II no n NV of NRM of MMM . LI 1*'
published In said BradM In the name of Httle old to the the first Mon. ft N I5G ft to : .:-'ins':,
W no
was 1-4 A ExM
of II
door 1MI, 13 9 32 1 Fred Abbott Jr. S.SI N Ry-
County Florida. Bennett.Unless. beredeemed Month of Auiust. beg \ A In KH 'or II' S3 14 K. B. Carlisle l >'..1&W
NtIVke. Florida. July t. It41.rfrlclAL said certificate shall day In tine 41h.. day of August A. Com 10 yni's' W of 531 TS ft of R 3TS ft of ', 'rN'A 4
SEAL) A. I. Thomas according to law, the which" I. the l'nr nf .I NWIII ofNWl'. ofI1lt: ISBlks t-33 S Unknown 4. ,'.74 :

[,Irk Circuit Court Bra" 1 0 Fouotr. property' described: *h "''nwl.; '} &; D. 1It1. _- 500-. ,.. Qai.--------C I. I A. D. of. SE 4 Wl..: run N 74Wftfl I. S of. Oovt. Lot r k 0
H Tfl ,I
-1 t1l1. mmf '
Florida. -11 4t 'n..ted
sold to th* h'' n "t.bld'l7r.tMln yds w I" T' ..w 9 SS 1 Rssl Steen a., ltesidStbfli'; 32 t 33 ..UnknownJ. .. .t'
IS .
T".mU. besot .
oourthous' door on I'll.tOYFICIAL! SEAl.) A. I. yds E 70 vIe to a. :3 of nnvt. Lot I .. 'r'

,J" Circuit Court Bradrordriorlda day In the month of Aucust.August 1341, Circuit Court Bradrord 1.11 1(1 A In RJ nf NWI,. 11 9 22 9 C. C. Chandler 10.21\ lakeside Nutt-Dtv 31nik t 13 J. n. Smith :?It
4t A
of 1.4 N I' .
"nty -In Chancery Mary .-hlch I. the 4th., day Clerk Florida HEM : 9 4 of Oovl. Lot 1lAkeslde .

r".:.Jl Plaintiff, vs. Frank Fld- 141. of July l*tl.OFFICIAL County Lot 1 of Blk S Lincoln 13 9 23 Unknown 1... Uab-f l-v II I S3t C. As William.. ,.r'Ik It
:. .ndant. On Monday, the 1st Dated this 2nd., day COURT; EIGHTH City win! of Blk t of n.v.. .. .

I1' o' II.Pt., a41. the defendant, ( Lcourt.of Brad Thomas for IN THY r.RCltT'IR'tIT: : OF 1"1.011-" Lots 9, 7 of Elk I Lincoln 12 9 23 Wm. Method I.U Lot I lakeside. Htib-DIv S3Blk ast )(. D. 1fer4s.. ) { ",10 r'.s.

['0th PI4eler. Is required to apf" Clerk of Circuit 7.23 1.,1'I4.L FOR BRAUFORD'Ol City I of Onvt Lot 141, .: VIW\I\ ,
4t Lincolnof ,
::1:1to the bill filed against him County, Florida. 1.4 I"'". I" -liP: Lot I of Blk 9 SI 9 22 Ella Williams l.tl K 140 fl of Blk I of 1

This order b pub. t: City Onvt Lot 4 Lakeside j
|""... Once week for to four* con. I NTY.I cIl.tCERYMuriel Nt4 of NWJ NWW roll: .. U SSt W. B. "un"", .'Jr, ."."..71 -
l A (
lire Weeks In Bradford County 1If! THE CI..CI'IT COVET EIGHTHJUDICIAL P*..n. t A .nd&: 14 S3 9 S3 12 H. R. Jobs.S3 *2.59IA Nw"of NRM Rx 3 A ,In .. '
'I.1 ."Oh. a published ('IRCIIT OF palnt.ff.JesseVKenneth, un Vault Lot Rill Cor A: NEof\ 119 Mrs. rio j.. rr4rlckson t

Nu4 Bradford newspaper County. ,na. I" AND FOR No. Com at NW 'or of NWM IS S3 ,' '**.'* "k'
')rPIcrt "LOR-1 Deans NWM. of 8WM A: run .. A 8EV: of .
SEAL) AJf Tb01lll&ark. CO; .
"k CIrcUit, Court. V.IN CHAhCERVplsdye Def..nd.nt.ORIJER. ItERVICE 8 on Section lln* to a t4W'4EAvfHl.' .4 ,

f' ., Flortda, Teresa Mayetta or post thence R to within of NRM ..f SWV, N
.1M4l.w.w Plaintiff. I NOTICE TO t. ft of the renterof 1-1 of NH of rlEU A: 1(4 Mr FU. 1C. 'Fr.d.Lot -

-vs. No. 1304 I THE STATE or FLORIDA.To Ry thence N parallel I St I S3 erleksoo ,..,39 .

I Robert Mayetta. ... Kenneth. D..n. whosiaddress with RY to N line Com4CydsSofNECor
tsp. 'IIlCt'.T (COVET EIGHTH .Frank Jes of said NWM of 8WV4 of N W M 4 .f
1IOIeflL Def..nd.ntORDER I. unkno""n.It are 4 II t J. C. Jose 4 SIS3 of N W M ,
ibt ;. (1RCI'I'p or rl.orOt"T ,,- OF SERVICK hereby ordered. that you thence W to Beg thence rnn W 70 yIn 8TO
""0 FOR aRADrOaD APPEAR I. the 4tb day point tel ft S C'
NOTICE TO to appear on Com at a yds R TO )'d. N TO 4
STATE OF FLORIDA: required A. D. l,4tbefore the of NW Cur of NWM ofNWM to Beg 11NiJ 0 31S3 I Krnest MoOauler ..Tit --

: THE Frank Robert V.y.tt. whose of August entitled to the bill of A: run 8 SSfl ft K93S of SWM of NWM SSN1 0 S) Olll Speed ....
Ill Br... yH"'IC'ERY To above courtl In tin. W 93S .4of
residence and address Is 5$ Windsor. tiled. n.t you ft N 165 ft 9 S3 I Mrs Annie B. Filth 1.31 ? n' SRV4. of NWM ..
complaint "Br.d.
.,..Plaintiff K.arn, New J.r..y. .ntltled causE and ft tn Beg. NW'4 1 S3S I Ma B. Speed .. ,.n -I
Plac. ehne

011. Rrij10, No. 1311Dotr.ndant. It I. hereby to appear ordered on that. the you 4th above ford County a.1'.I".raph"the newspaper" I. herebydesiilflateli I. CO'nrtNv Cor *43 f NW... N It', /of. 0'SWM NW' of SS 33 9 John Davis ..7* ,-
are before order Shall be pub. of NW' A: run S I0 n..Nr.'t HW Car of NWM :1
IRDPR OF SERVICE lay 2bo.U'.Un ItfedDcou,4? to tine which week for four con.aec'otl' chins E' 19 degree M *. run R 1330 ft N ISO -
a '
hire TTE T0 APPEAR the tiled against you \I.bed our.. we.ks.WITNE to ...nt..,. of Ry thence ft for a point of hear ,''I, 0thence
8 complaint .
bill of ..al l lof chn
; nr and and the Rr 1013 WDO
T FLORIDA: entitled cause: $$ my band N on run N ISO ft ....
... ,*?"'. Bradley, whoa r.sl-.1.It In the above.Count Telegraph". inhereby court at tlt.rk.. Florida. thence W' 10 degree 9 3? lit Margaret McLeod 4 S3I4. ft 8 ISO ft R 330

I. "no"n.r"b" "Bradrord designated a. the. new.. tlllw of July A. tI 1141 I. N I0 1 chrIs to Beg J S3 44 Unknown 4 ft to point of beg IS' S3At 1 Laura Mctxiod 3.09 ..5IAInMWCnPOi

.. .. O.re4 that you are. In which tbl. order shall b. ? FFl"-lAI/8KAI>) A..I. Thomas of "RV. J3 9 5% of NRM of N&4 Es k.A k.
of NEVof
paper ( Cor
coaI 1-33
----- ----. 1- published om-. a week for (-I.rk of the Circuit Court. t J$ 9 S3 I J. O. Boyd 'C

pocutive! :;.kR.WITNE hand and the seat T. Frank J.ndrum ,.4 4t _-,. w' or NWVo Inst I of Rile 1J of In NRM KR 'or In NW% 24 It S3 11 Rvalln. .. Barton t.4.. P
I Attorney
PHILLIPS _------.s-.... .toy ..k.. Florida. Plaintiff )t'. John iib-DIV of S3 I SS 1 if,.. Abblt L. II..."...*. .... sV.'f!" r'N 24 S 33S3 14 Ll igb I(. PearsallS U... :
ELECTRIC u. --- NEH of NP.:14 ,w ..1. 9ta ft of
(Continued from page te.i) I Lot I nf Elk I I. !4. W ItO ft of NW!,. 242T II May A Ousley sAt1.nt
Ye... Johns flub.Diy of NE4! Stewart 3.31 "It 34 !*' M. PcaraaltIT 1.51 I ,
Mrs P-nnle 1 ,
SERVICEElectrical g Ceots of N 9 23 1 1 14 4 II t,.* M. PearsallISl LI?

a.. T B A Ownerf WC2 !* of NRM of l2Js 1. 3. 4. 4 IS' 33 Lee M. Pearsall I.t:

De.e.ipioC NBM: r.x S 22, ft f8- 11 4 R. 13 A ioNRCar :

Contractingand 4 I of Rlk J1 LIVingetofl. F. t A o f N"" .. A: nil Lots I, 0.ii. '

Lots 41: Co' of 13. W of Road 04 :
of DovierlasR J." szwtsf IS II' 31 SIS Lee ''. PearsalltS 41,41
Addition to To""n" ? Cell L, 4 .. ..all lots K. 1" 3'
Repairing 21 ffVM of NEt lots 3. 2. S, t W of
8tark. 3vd.4 &Sby: '.11 1 9 33t L*. M. Ponrsnll -
U Kanssynskl Road Itl) }
of Blk 17 Mr.
7 21
I. .. M 4
Lots 4. 41: Jr. MwriTjvi A All Lo 1 W of Real 34
Trub j ,
LIGHT POWER LivIngston Is TO""II" U Thomas J." ( A: all lots 3. S IS S3 III Lee tt. Pearaalt $434
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Remember the poem, "In Flander Field, ;Slue Popples Grow"T Perhaps ,nothing epitomize
HOME WAS NEVER LIKE THIS the horror of war In the mind of the average exilian; than the cruel barbed wire entanglements In Used Autos $25 up

31 it be the who aren't lined which many soldiers were tortured In. World War 1. The scene above Is not a relic of 1917. It'sa
MUM: pretty touch on boys Men to making up their own beds and HASKINSAUTO
their at' product of 1941-Camp Blanding soldiers learning how to cross barbed ,wire fence without tar-
hanging up clotheM at home. In the Army, C mpBlandInK.! they not only make up their :
t. IxNlN. but must pucre them outside together with all.other personal equipment for regular Inspect lag their uniforms--or, their hides PARTSNorth
of Town
tlon. Mother bark home are sympathetic of coarse!, but still they muttt get a chuckle or two of on Rout i

,l'4t/pl94IPA! Slu!,pf picture like this., HIGHLAND Ritz Cafe ''To Open 'L
By Miss Beth WimberlyMr.
The Bit Cafe will reopen soon .
4 C. .H. Ray and Mr*. D. C. -probably Saturday, July 19, acENJOY AN EVENING'S
7 Reid of Maxville 'were ,visitors cording to George ,,Pappas t he. .
I here Tuesday.Mr. original!; owner who will operate
r ,r S 'a and Mrs..S. C. Harley and the restaurant It will \be: 'op* ENTERTAINMENT.
children Shirley Ann ,and St. crated under Its present name.' '
, 4'. A Clair spent Sunday with Mrs. The Ritz will specialize In spa.
'j f Harley' mother, Mrs. Permenterat ghettl!, steaks, chops, chicken and Bathing. ,Boating, ,Bowling, BilliardsAnd
Raiford: western' meats Mrs. Pappas announced -
Mr. and Mrs. George Parker1 Thursday
t "fir r rs ter x P "x 4s and sons of San Delgo, Cal., Mr. Pappaa leased the,place and Many .. Sports
visited Mr. Parker's 'slstt'r., Mrs. opened the Ritz Cafe October 11, .
F. Ruth Marr Friday. Mr. Parker 1940, and leased! it to Roy Lech- ,
and family are touring Florida ous on January 5th last.. He had BAR-B-Q
and other states, visiting the different TRAILER PARKCOTTAGES
,4I a 3-year lease from last October. CIICKENJMNNERS
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... v air points of Interest. Mr. Lechous had ,to let'the place DINNERS
Mr and Mrs. Owen Marr of go back to Mr. Pappas tWo or SHRIMP .
r( i Mlms spent the week-end here three weeks ago, and Mr'Pappas FISH DINNERS GOOD FISHING=
Iut with relatives. will -operate -himself, COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAP '
.iJ Mrs. Louis Marr and two sons ness.
L. A. and Ray, of Lakeland, arrived -
"No Harsh ,Laxatives For Me ,
Saturday for a few day's
ly Itt visit with Joe Marr and family" ADLERIKA gives me 'proper' act'orf KINGSLEY
Miss Kathleen Hardeen of ,Haw- Is pleasant: end easy. UsedADLERIKA
thorne ivisiting her aunt, Miss past', 10 years for .. "
spells' of constpa! ,
1. Maggie Crewa.Mru. uquallyAtle rt --
'' PARK'nnwels'quickly
rrMkt G. E. Jonea of Jacksonville ,
and relieves .k
,'. joined Mr Jones Friday to stay ,pains. Get It TObAY-AT; YOUR.ON gas ,ROAD, 48-NEAR- ; CAMI'aBLANDING'
until Monday with Mrs. H. C,. I DRUG STORE ,. V/" -
'ot Wimberly and family .
,,". .. ... ,.. Nelsoii T. Green of
.. Lawtey was .
BUT THEN THERE'S; ,ALWAYS KINGSLEY:: a business visitor here Friday and '1
again Saturday -
In spite of brirlM'd wire fence and Saturday, In 4pe<.(llon-t,. there's alunjs Klngaley" Lake to take a ,Mrs. C. H. Ray and' Miss Ethel. When "
Muldter'M. mind off his trouMra.\ Witness' this pen -eful unwi scene at Illandlng.) If the two nol- Ricks were in Starke Thursday. s the, ballga'mels'
dyers gazing Rn.MS the water would take a pen,i>' for their thought would they,talk of homo and Miss ratty; Wlmberly'of Galnei- ..
mother Hitler amt Europe, or dimply, how' refren'llnji; / a dip,In sparkling KlngHley" Ijike will be? vllle spent the week-end with Mills
Oleeta Green at Lawtey.Mr. over. and
.-. .. Mr. and Mrs. Fred'a-re' --dd'e) and Mrs H. 'C. Wimberly pause
I.I' I. spent the week-end here with rel
--L; Mlcllakea Thursday night of last atives. '

week.Mrs. Miss Louse! Marr\ returned
srYe James Moiley 0 fLake
Thursday from a visit with relatives -
w Geneva visited Mrs.. W D. Garrett at Mlms.
here Friday. Miss Maggie Crews Miss Kathleen ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and Hardee, Miss Louise Mair ,.i Q ttK dcu
Mrs. Paul'were visiting friends Miss Kathleen Marr and J. F, Ri .rw
and relative In,Jacksonville Sunday Grlffia were visitors t o Lawtey s! ,l 4 i ,tt

Saturday. .
W S. Sibley >and Clyde Hall Mrs. H. C Wimberly and C. M. .
were In Gainsville on business Grlffia were in Jacksonville. Tuesday 7 th
.' I tt Monday.Mr. R tai.
t I'I .'' .nd Mrs. A. L. Sullivan
JII ttn were attending to business in Deeds Filed
Jacksonville Saturday.
Little Dickey May spent last P. A. Brlnaon and' Marcus F.
Wednesday with his grandparents. Brown and wife Florence B.I(
Mr. and Mrs. H. D :May. Brown to J. D. Gasklns and wife
'. Gladys Gasklna. July 1; Jeanette ,
SIIEAFTUICS; SKRIP INK Taylor a widow', to Oscar Crif-
rtn. $1 l. (It.. $1.75-ItRAUFOKD fls and wife Georgia Inez Grlffls, \
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of entertainment tor .telnuro hour It"athe' boys at
.' Blanding little tlnw far hl1V-akknf'lll The carefree scene
above are duplicated alraont nlKhtly: at some dane In camp, In
Stnxke, or In some other nearby ronimuntty. In the top picture, After any exertion, a pause is always /
girt Just coming through door I.I Helen Do ? /
ling of Starke who
Ppt the soldiers proclaim IH a very *atk.factory ,"ub tltu e for IIe ly P1NRFTYDo ,welcome.. Doubly so If you enjoy Ice-cold: i /

Laottar. Coca-Cola with it. Ice-cold Coca-Cola .Is

T 11 ERESSrllIy tilt Church Sunday evening. I ,, pure, wholesome. You fatfe its quality .

Mrs. II. D. May Mrs Hilda Griffin and little fo Your Trading /../ its refreshment. So when you pause rr
son. Donald cf Miami are
vllltlnahl"1' !!
was visiting Sam here Simpson this week.of Starke Sullivan.parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are throughout the day, make it ffte pause that

MIS,. W D. given away with every $40 In trade refresJies with Ice-cold
Garnett of Atlanta. Ernest Coca-Cola.
and Thomas Trlest attended or certificates. YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY
Ga.. is visiting' her mother Mrs. the Christian Union here Ar Redeemed ..
J. P. Dickinson. Sunday night.A Cb U
Brother Hammond of Orange ('b
crowd from here en- 8O'n'I.ID L'NOU AUTHORITY OP Till
Heights held services at the Bap- joyed a Christian 'Union social at J STARKE FLORIDA SfAKKfc COCA-COLA COCA.CDU COMPANY BY