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: August 1, 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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r City Election, Amusement Area And Orange Bus Lines:';. ,r',:|;

LEAVE YOU Taxicab Wrangle Station To Be' Included In, ';"; I r ul ',

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kith the election city: Elaborate Lay-Out a

fust I taming day to on register apace,for today thosecomers Is bM ALum.r4.! Seems Near Settlement At Last W. T. Clut!'. realtor, stated yesterday' that;: he ,bS.ju* ; < ea: t tI

[ who have been ,In the ---- sold to landing Center Inc., Quigley & Davis' 25-acre plot, 1''II I I
' I running north and east from the corner; of Call and Weller ? '
let and In the ttr. six A taxi-cab wrangle. which began I restricted Hcsnucs. +t.
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I streets. "The price paid said an official of'the companyWednesday ," I
the and desire to cast, tbelr ts4 several months ago and has j i The storm really broke In good ,: "puts this transaction at the top, of theft list of> I I,

In the city election.. The a I continually gained momentum until -I fashion however, when a week'' realty sales' in Bradford County." .". ,

[don comes on the second > a near-war stage wan reached' or so ngo1 J.ta>lOt N, D, Waln l" Mr. Clute advice that it is the intention 'of Blanding ,!t ,

daY (In September'SePL'Dthose --. vt ,> seemed near settlement this week, :. Wright Jr., lerjs to sign a IIcense Center, Inc, to begin the immediate construction ;of a'2-, rn w
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who are elected will f rr I To begin at the beginning: I I grounds loathe that the City ordinance 'story amusement center ,,135

me office the second Tuesday -4 The Starke Taxi Co, U. H. G.Kldd I with reference to taxicabs) had x 80'at the northeast corner' as R

)elober-, -Oct, 14, proprietor was the first to f not been compiled with. "This 8,000 May Work of Call and Weller ,streets.
.'i> D. I In the west aide of the amuse: '
According to Mayor f, operate In Starke I and was ordinance, said the Mayor, "says i'
avnlght, Jr.. the mayor ,the R unrestricted license. that any person desiring to op- ment center will be la, .larjre' Jt!, '\ I ysetI
f of police the city clerk ,and .w. granted an I erate taxicabs within the City of On Camp Bldgs. cafeteria. The center. {building ,l.h ",
i councllmen (W. M. Edwards Lt. Kldd was glven".protection by Starke shall first make written will be devoted to concessions \j

0. L. Beasley) all come:up If everybody! clue was ad very good one. The Boy the City Council and he gradually application to the City Council: and ,amusement ma*; I:

I w lectlon. At least theirof enthusiastic over the Aluminum Scout round-up last Friday Increased his cabs jo 10 In num i' then an Investigation shall be Numerical badges and lines of chines.( It, haa not yet been, ; ( IsR

office expires. ,It, Ismtood Drive as-,Joe Monteith afternoon WH also very successful ber. I made and a public hearing held.It workmen waiting to cash payroll decided what' type ,business .Jjjf2i; .r,'a

that W M.. Edwards and Betty Anne Flynn the but the amount of The Blandlnjr Cab Co.. with 1 shall be determined whether checks are once more familiar will occupy the east' apace'' in *; ', .; .urwrr

run for mayor against the big wire pen In front of the aluminum collected Is still far license at the or not any new cabs are needed sights In Starke as an additional the building. Negotiations._ are \\ti' ,
Penney Farms
ml t incumbent. Also t h. a fy 'courthouse here would be full from tile goal. that Bradford' was and whether or not the companiesnow 90,000.000 building got under way for,'a' V. 8, ,O,-.; ponsorsd -' i.'
H Houston will run' for ad running over by now. County should reach. The second company to,seek a shareof operating are able to furnish program Salvation Army, headojuarv'

,jflman In the place\Of, Mr. Betty'',,Anne and Joe thoughtthe scrap will, probably be token the Stark. ,taxi business, The them. If they are not, then under way at Camp Blanding last' tern on the second noor./ '."

NIl So far as reports go. It drive was going too slowly to Jacksonville Saturday and City reluctantly granted this com- the application may be received." week. Around 3,000 civilians areBOW 'At the rear'of the building,*Mr. j g t

that the others? police no they borrowed a bushel It Isn't too late to add your pany permission to pick up sol- When Mayor Walnwrlght refused employed on projects being; Clute stated wilt .be a garage and, ,r: .: Mar osA
r A. L. Alvarez city clerk banket and started making a bit to National Defense. Put diers at the Oraace Bus Lines to sign the license on the carried on by the construction parking lot for Idle Orange Lines, ,' .fii? ').

Johns and city councilman house-to-house canvass. It jour old aluminum In the station (under same ownership as ground that four companies were quartermaster on a purchase and buses; also a bus atop with load '- ahMMN

[t Beasley. will .ask;' fort,re- Was. their own Idea--anil a basket "before tomorrow. Blandlng Cabs). They were finally already In operation and no more hire basis: Ing and unioding"mote..Because ;,1Io\\\,I'\\! ,

Ictton. given a restricted license to pick were needed. W. M. Edwards The new building program of the'congestion' and traf-t 4'' \ huN I

[ yor Wainwrlght, In ,'a brief To up sold lei'. anywhere In the City chairman of the City Council ata which will bring the total cost conditions'' .al, the corner, of' 'X:! J w.n.pRs

mew Tuesday told, .of his Mayor Replies Liberty bound for Camp Blandlng, but special meeting of the body on of Blandlng t close to $34.000,000, Walnut net' Madison streets,. he; I' ', ,

nal plans In the present | were not allowed to pick up civilians July 22. asked the Council that Includes the erection of 400 reel- .said the bus station ,will i ,JM.>.t\' [,

IJ!'. "Every other officer, ] July 30. 1941. at all. nor.. soldiers desiring permission be granted him to mental and company day rooms moved from there ,dad. Instead of gone j<
it t the mayor" he said,,'"baa Mr. Bernarr Macfadden. to go from one part of, town to stun licenses, and that they be 22 regimental chapels, additional there will be two, stops- InStarke j 15 Nov wNrI
office for two' years, or another Several arrests were effective without the Mayor'ssignature. Interior 'and exterior roads, extension --one, at I the new amuse!' W1t

r, and I expect to be' a'can- Macfadden Publications, Inc., made by City police In an effortto N 0 definite action of motor parks, water" and. ment center, and thai I 'other, at .-''kll dy ? _
Chanin Bldg.. 122 E. 42nd. St.. was taken on this request.The sewer system and 'stabilisation of '
jit*re-election.. The greaterof convince drivers!, of this company the union bus station. .. 'I.r..
my time Is devoted to New York City. '' I' that. they would not be permitted next: day. however, Mr. Ed.' soils ,on inert reservation. Peak I Jame. J.' Murphy general manager iii''Ifi '' ,s rI

| office of mayor. In"the tenilia Dear Mr. Macfadden: to break the taxicab ordinance wards, following a consultation employment of, both contractorsand'th ,of the ':Orange, 14ns. .,,Inc.,. t'l' ;;
i that I have been' mayor LIBERTY Issue of August 2nd., 1941, carries an article without suffering the con. with City Attorney M. P'. Brown \ ..construction quartermaster stated Wednesday. h 4 t, ',within : I h'sa ;
re tried to learn the,'duties ,"Camp Morale-What Goes On." purporting to have' been writ. consequences. LikewIse many signed a permit anyhow; ; This wfll, 'bolster the total to about three week ,the. garage will be a, J

|the officer and I 'eel"that'" I tenby Morris Markey arguments were held In the City permit the company later surrendered 8.000 workers, officers believe.' completed, and 1 that within, 90 f'f.,, I 154 I.,

better fitted for the ,placer Surprise Is no word tor our feelings after reading this Council chambers between those after a driver who undertook Contractors now on the 'job Include days.the ,entire. bus .tationwits, '-" i"l kJ

r,than I was before. It,takes i 1 article, 'So far as we can ascertain none of our citizens were : who wished to' leave the' taxi to use It was arrested. Watt and Sinclair"of West be, ready ,for occupancy, ? ;1.: M i; rs
.. and Later the $50 cash' bond was returned Palm;Beaott who have
a the con business open to all comers majorityof \ '
year mayor Interviewed by Morris Markey and none gave him first hand t "Purchase of the QuigUty/aru4;,: wf'N c;
[del, "to learn how to, perform those .who wished< ;; to "protect and the $43 paid for the the building program contract; "
Information upon which he could have based:hl ,statements, In t>avls property, Mr."Clat rJf.'jf4"lndIc ;
II : ,'*' permit until October was also Fred Howland Inc. of.Jackson* fhate
duties of ; 'and ..I/,am '
mayor : d,. 'trd"td'Starkeand our'' community. which,. ws.> an; justly home'lndustry reCllrn..s.-Th. Oakllne Cab.,'Ca.It vllle;' ''motor1 .....e ral'e"illdlft.\; ..; "' .ht e.oafldss4lh+ +i't;;' I)
succefJ "
rally better qualified.now ;' ?larA'a. v In rapid len, then notonly. Blinding Center, Jne..;" hair>; in : ,rAvN
11 I wwa-year: agoy*"""* 'A \ pmuar the Starke and the Camp -Is understood, agreed vto refrain I James H.i-Gragg and Company I t
normal\ size Is'sometvhat ;.' : business condition, In .titInatxwa.tThe 1 i
ca'- M ThatStarke has" swelled '''to twice lw allowed from operating In Starke, until Orlando access roads to the small /
Blanding companies were center ,will be .
wards Announces of an understatement. It has swelled 'more than that. but also the Boulevard Its application, which was later arms and artillery ranges; Wolfe amusement P, < teem III
to' operate developed just as rapidly as the. f
(After having served the peo- .That "On last pay day there a fly-by-nlght Joint dOlled the Cab Co., and the Strickland sent through proper channels has and McLeod of Orlandolnterloi demand for the ,property' Justifies '; tipOre

i on the City Council for'the beer of all' Us soldier guests, knocked them unconscious and Cab Co., among whiten, and been acted upon favorably.To roads, drainage'ditches. and motor, ," he. continued. In >tblr' eon... ;1\.J.! 1.

r nine years." Mr. Edwards rolled them for every cent they had" Is emphatically denied. Mack' Colored Taxi I Service further complicate matters, park extensions; James Stewart nectlon Joseph H. Arnold' ,, treasurer

I Tuesday "I would like to No soldier, has made a complaint; and ,a check of the .Sheriff's among the negro population. Several the Provost Marshall at Camp and Company of Ocala, sewerage of the company,,.Mid 'Wed'' r,

promotion and be elected office and the Police Department discloses that, such a com of their drivers were also Blending last week refused to Is.. extension; Langslon Construction nesday; "Mr., Chute has been given .f 4, I Rr
|jw at this time. I have at. too bud only sue permits to any company except Company of Orlando, water extension r
plaint has been made by two local civilians who used it in an arrested since they exclusive listing of the vale and h s
Cabs to facilities: Gray Pump and ArsCSa
ded every council meeting ex- attempt to get out of Jail and dodge punishment for drunken the' Blandlng oiler.ate rental of, the entire tract of Blan' :i
within the reservation, statIng Well Company of Jacksonville, \
I lone the nine ,
years dine Centers, Inc., with" the, exception \\ia
continued "a n d If ,elected that he wanted one companyto water wells; and Button Growers :t.
ness.That Stream of the property located tn t
all of the order of simple thelves : .
lyor I will give the 'same serif "the newcomers are Troops be responsible for transpoitation Company Lakeland, stabilisation Block A" t w.oA
and will at all times work (for the great part at any rate)." Is also emphatically denied. within the camp. For 'several of soils and grass planting on \' IJ ?Aarr
[ a bigger and better,.Stark." The statements denied are hereby branded as being absolutely days civilians' were Incon parade grounds through campsite In addition to the above-named ",(i
false and we feel that It Is Incumbent upon LIBERTYto Out Of Cairo venienced by being unable to takea property, Blandlng Center. Inc:, i.Arew

\\Aj, For Council retract such statements cab to the Camp The lllandlng Hold That Tiger! also owns ''at present the Para'w.,'i '
and 'the 7 {
mount Orlll In Starke.; "'
a.i. A Darby, young' Starke Your attention Is Invited to the fact that practically all of Cabs could not pick them up In 11
Starke already accustomed Blandlng U-Drlvs-It Service, a.well '
maD, announced In Starke Our efficient Even blase' Starke, and the Starke Taxi Service y !
yesterday licensed to do business' NA1A
our new citizens are of large tract of land"at"Gate .
to mile-long convoys as a
Into the
.>t he will be a candidate for police force, headed by Chief A. L. Alvarez, has carefully army trucks got a thrill out of could not take them C at Camp Btandlag : and f I ?

'POSItion CIty election of City Councilman 9. In Inspected their[ recordsour;, City Clerk, Mr.- Carl Johns has reviewed Its glimpse of Camp Standing'spart camp.Following a meeting o f taxi another tract recently, ,purchasedon A1' r I
September ,
for licenses, and licensee have Lake. 1
peacetime Klngsley
their applications In the mightiest officials and representatives ;1;, : AI
-For.All granted only after such inspections. Investigations and recom-< troop movement In American his company of the city Tuesday night, Jjf.: rAL..

mendatlons of the police force and the city clerk. tory. Civilian traffic was Inter- however it was announced thata will
Chicken Shack Many. Of the newcomers' are among our best people and we rupted at frequent Intervals as tentative agreement (effective A. J. Underhill'Funeral IC IabII

bitterly resent your accusation' of them as "fly-by-nlghts. We the 31st and 43rd Divisions rolled until the next Council- meeting)) ,

4 "free-for-all" fight at MU- have no- such .animals here. Our sheriff, Mr. Oscar Andreu, out of the reservation and off would allow the Blandlng TaxiCabs ,

'a Chicken Shack on Temple with our police force, chase such people out of the to central Louisiana, where 325- to pick up' civilians (for: ) FridayAndrew ': sari list
e at 2 a. m. Sunday read together much faster than they can anchor here. Be;; 000 men will take part In mammoth transportation to Blandlng) at 1
and city
In the arrest by policemen county citizens and the great amount of money they maneuvers. their own bus station-the Orange i_ V ':; ,1 j
C. cause of our new Jefferson ("Jeff") Underbill ,
Holttendorf and Clarenceof take care of the Starting last Saturday, Quartermaster Motor Lines-and also at the
the following men: A. have brought here we have been able to partly much Corps truck., carryingmen. Florida Motor Lines \ .one of the oldest pioneers; 1t;)

wtlnwrlght, L. C.' aemons. needs of the soldiers of Camp BlandIng. We very not thieves.In .appreciate food clothing and equipment The order Is still effective prohibIting of Bradford County,:passed away ,. t. aIr 05
Carroll their assistance and they are certainly reservation In at his home near Hellbronn tf't
and off
Bell. Th rolled
Phillip -
other taxis from goIng
flrrt-ntmed article Starke referred: to as having. a normal pop, several mile. long. any .. Springs at 2 A. M.. Thursday following .to :* I
men did not your columns ?
spat within the camp.
Mayor's court Monday Ulatlon of 2000. with one small movie\ house and two poolroomsthe Leaving at 24.hour Intervals six a two-weeks' Illness with*'' >'!l-j:

DOn and thereby each for, amusement. We can beat that; having two movie houses were required to completethe dilViiv pneumonia. He was 84 years of :rC, i .,,.M
only days '
a |io cash bond., Mayor and three poolrooms In operation, and another large movie house' evacuation of the two divi Sweep Sidewalks, 1 age, having 'been born Dee. 10.. l v *1
I). 1856. 1'J: '',
Walnwrlght routes were -
Jr.. dismissed under construction. sions. Different Sigman Urges
now Funeral services will be held at MM'a
CIIe of Starke he could very to prevent congestion I
against' the other two. visited the city traveled In order
*rB* was of Had Morris Markey Jones-Langford-Whlte Post No.. 58. on the highways.In D. L Sigman sanitarian with 3 I p, M. today, (Friday) at Pyal C
manager that the
easily' have learned madean cemetery, under the 'direction of
has i'the
unit V
Chicken local health wI
Shack the soldiers of Camp the men traveling the t
and trying Its home to addition to '
American Legion gave up that 'all business t. De Witt C. Jones funeral
order, and Mr. Bell did Club of Starke gave large number urgent request
; Womans truck a
do Blandlni fast October and that the by the sidewalk In home, The Rev. Bert Rosa of ,15:1:
any fighting,, for the Army .Y. M. C. A., er- were sent to Louisiana by train. men sweep w
ttrht Its club 'house to the soldiers front of their businesses thoroughly High Springs, and the Rev,'W. U i

'booth! atarted. inside, said. fective Jut March 1.t. each day-not merely once or ,I ail Moody, of LaCrosHS will be.of, ': :rjl au1dy>.
t stood onthe Mr.Ott Perhaps your writer did not reallle that we are now build.ing Health Unit twice a week. It Is hoped that ficiating ministers. Mr. 'Under, l:

land. the counter; bottle Catholic, Community Center and that the Jewish Welfare Asks For Scale all business places will comply nl bill was a faithful member 'or'tM'r,.. 'i orr
hitting in the' head aft its actlvitlea.'P.rha"h. Primitive Church. ;
00 and Baptist
body la-noW' ready to commence operations and help keep the streets .. r tM+
ed who came nwln He Board did not realize that we are doing our utmo-t to .x- Miss Margaret Hoxsey. public sidewalks of Starke clean. Surviving him are a son, Otlv..r' !;>i

14. The court: "I bit' an I plant and water facUlties to take care of all health nurse with the local health And by the way. what ever Underbill. Starke; and three. ? t 5***

reU reason I didn't hit pand our sewage expansIon neceeasrby unit la the courthouse hopes some happened to the wire wastebas'kets daughters Mr. W K. Bradleyand r ., ssarm'
to 'em because" I coulda't get citizens of Starke: and increased needs In our Interested person will donate or that were going to be placedat Mrs. J. B. Sapp' Starke,and "r'
Some had broken large Increase In our population scales to the Mrs. Donle Moore. Gainesville. ,;
few miles of baby
lore of Camp handing a' loan a set three or four Important \ .
lieU heads and the uke. I b1unlty caused by the l location here at all he did not stop unit. It Is not the kind for extremely : along Call street and also\ Fourteen grand-children and le l !; r-'N aa I

ked the rID them an out and : from starke.' Perhaps, If ho came we are up againstPer. young babies that she near' the po. t o f flee and the great-grand-children are a 1 s)'o'': rr. rr ; p
'to realIze what problems kind with a basket In among his survivors 4 't
-ntr. I IonS enough In wants but the Lines i bus station
'la a as' he cot his lop-sided story Orange '.'d 'I
-"n striking resemblance haps' he dIdn't care .0 Wag for the baby to lie down. In which was to be deposited all Yb
and 1.1.. BU and Mr' Car LIBERTY.For while being weighed.' I trash T It Is to be hoped that No'-Sheriff John Dekto ofc.ton JVm. Bradford Johns "' '
on blessed with ......t bn
the Is Ms
nlbt outside where BERTY-s. Information: reported that 18 the business men and the City County
continued a man came denominations and ta proud of Its ,fraternal and. Miss Hoxsey showed positive tubercular will do this at once game banting In the wild of William Bradford Johns. 69.,'a'' .
\Del which
knocked Mr of all Christian Woodmen of the cases together What hereto native of Bradford 'J
Y1nr Carron down such II Masonic Lodge, test were to be taken to which will be In accordance: witha Africa. appear County. died
Get UP 10 I can knock civic organizations; Rotary Woman. Club, etc. for X-ray from Dr. B. R. Boons, be a ferocious tiger U just In an Orlando hospital Saturday.* ,;I a
\ yesterday
down Jacksonville request revs"MM
asaln." Mr. Carrol re. World American Legion. the pleasure of entertaining many This was to be done and D. L Blgman sanItarUn a giant Bradford County bobcat July 26. following a brief Mbaes.. ''
to citizens have had examination. director Dekle klllMl Since he s::
accommodat. ex OUr homea have visited them at the State Tubercular of the Health Unit .eV that Hhrrlff 1919 had lived In Titusvllle *
Dr that he was not the man- aoldlel'1l' of Camp Blanding 10 our thousands at them at dances through of which Mrs. M.. W. eral weeks ago.Cemetery with his aatomoblln near \ where he was a building'contractor "4t II re.

Of the aback; whereupon the Camp BlandIng; have entertained National Guard Armory, Society of Hampton,. is the Crosby Lake Cemetery lat : lie la survived by his I" J
left hint alone. Woman' Cl"ub. Legion Hall and visit1trg Morrow week. Tile SO-pouiti cat widow. Mrs. Mollle Daniels'.Job.., ..,, :,
our the -
' ip will welcome any further opportunity to serve I county representative. WorkingAn )amps, out of a thicket right and five daughters and four monm ,t aft,drM
and we
Item/ Union Moves soldiers who are away from their own home. Miss Hoxsey also reported, that all-day working will be In frost of his car. Ow far Funeral services were' b. d'ht, 'i
Mr. Mac.We 30th
TIle believe Starke Ie entitled to an apology.fadden during July up through the held at Evergreen Cemetery on .- upon seeng the trophy TltusvlUe Tuesday atternooa''st' 'P.'
rt western Union the utter I the health unit had administered August' 8. Everyone Interested remarked! "Boy, er boy. I'llbet 2:3O: o'clock and IntermentWM. {"l!
of Jut I venereal disease treatments Friday. I. klllwl In TltusvlUe ;
3SO .
varmint has Memorial Pane
wMk moved Into Its Very truly yours. Is asked to come prepared that Coma( >>
III office In Lax Green' new. N. D. Walnwrtght. Jr., : and It will probably treat 50 more to stay all day. 500 hog la Bradford ("oullt,." etery, ,11;"I. J.

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yellow men of the strange Empire of Japan t America I II Russell Kay wide and equal aSlellsment on a -,
Tha Bradford County Telegraph must be taught to keep in their place--their I II Mow's Your Chance, basis. tit J

_._u_.______ __.__ ._ _ __ With property 8:11: SSecJ
.. K" tal li hed 1H7TIff island. A severe drubbing is perhaps the full cash value It :
{ only way this end might be accomplished.Florida's TOO LATE the new laws, reqUired;
Y ubliahed", Weekly on Fililiiy* lAnd Entered aa Seer millage inUIt
r1 f Kid duos Mutter at.the PoNt Office at Starke, Fla. TO CLASSIFY down ratably and i thOse nits
the fe
The problem ot taxation in new tax laws -i
Eye-Sore Highways
t + ;' taxes qn$ the properties Z ?]
r MEMBER. = r-/a May Have Fewer Signs Florida has been a headache fora been proportionately .
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONS \\ "Florida highways are the most commercialized long, long: time. It has never fairly on the book. are s rat,'H
: been a case of our not being W. have
) in This is I IIS t
roads the country. UraDCe
1941 :sJ I financially able, as a state, to Governor Holland, ,)i07. '/)
the unsavory charge made against our state I' meet the coat of government. We[and Colin English that

Y 1 E. E..- Matthew _________.__ Editor and Owner by the National] Roadside Council in a recent have greater resources and more reject any budget ,that,they a
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h, wealth than other Southern state. provide a
article entitled "A Motorist's View of U. S. ratably ,lOwer
: r SL'BSCKII'TION KAltt We have simply been operating They have the 1111111
Pearly $l.75j: SIr Menthe. 91.finBIHLK -_ 1 from Maine to Florida:" The writer declares -I under an antiquated system that | and can be depended power, ( to do

] that the- road from Jacksonville to was as full of holes as a hunkof Abuses of the upon

1, VritSK Miami has more signs, more billboards, and I Swiss cheese and which'' per- emption law over homestead.
And I, brethren when I came to you, came mitted the large property ownerto years has peril
commercial enterprises of all sorts permitted Vow
4 not with excellency of speech or of wisdom, declaring more I escape' while the 'little guy properties to
9 unto you the testimony of God. For I than any equal mileage of U. S. 1 in any paid through the nose. I because of unjust escape( Just taro

l; determined not to know anything among you, save other state.. Tax laws set up by the last many cases properties valuation,,

't Jetms Christ, and him crucified . And my But at last Florida Is going 'to do something legislature should go a long I actual cash Value from $30,000 word!!
; Speech and my preaching was not with enticing way towal'd'remedying the sit- i $40,000 have been entirely
/ k about these -unsightly evils that have sun:
uation in of the
spite effort being when
words of man's wisdom, but In demonstration of they should( be
.;f; the Spirit and of power; that your faith should not for too many years spoiled the touristeyeview made In some quarters,J jo create basis of their value paYing'the

',, : ti stand l In the wisdom of men, but In the power of of the state. An act of ,the 1911 Legislature the Impression that their en1ol'cement $50,000: which wu all the allt
( will bring disaster.
Ood..-.I Cor. 2:1: 2, 4, S. provides that-with certain exceptions In recent expressions both Gov- Intended.meats will Full cash value ant]

-no person shall construct 'or main- ernor Holland and ComptrollerLee and while not overcame harming this air

',,,., The Strange Empire OF Japan tain any autdoor advertising structure, outside have made it clear that they taxpayer, will result In thei plat hOll,,

Starts "Acling-Up" the corporate limits of any city or ..... .-1 \oG..t&- "._._ ....... .....,. vided Intend by to use the the legislature machinery'pro' for the-I able millions of dollars worth) of t tI
As military experts have long without first obtaining permit from property on the rolls t t
many town/ a .. collection of taxes and see to it has been !
!"'''i expected, it now seems that our first actual the Chairman of the. State Road Depart that EVERYBODY pays. I The new tax laws

{, clash in World War II will probably] come ment and paying an annual fee at the rate Property that has been carrying title that is good and give the(rl'

with the strange Empire of Japan. of two cents per square foot. Outdoor ad- To Senator Wheeler: will its not full suffer share from,of the any tax unfair: load ,: can really sell delinquent prlerty

For past the American people vertisers until 23 1941 and, thus force payment]
years are given September burden because of the new tax, taxes.,
tax title
".' t'' have been accustomed to swift changes in to comply with the act. YOU PLAYED POLITICS laws, Colonel Lee points out, I laws will be the best under title uJ,J

1 the status of U. S.-Japanese relations. Both The State Road Department is askingthe and those who make their returns I can have to real estate and j
WITH AMERICAN LIVES will not suffer from' load that '
: t sides have done considerable diplomatic more will the state 4
: cooperation of the public in this en- should be carried by those who appear In

t, t ,t 1I,,. bluffing, and alarmists have frequently proclaimed deavor to make the highways of Florida By S. T;., Williamson, Noted Editor and Foreign CorMifondttit do not make returns on time spectacle ing out millions of cancelling of dOllars and a|

.t that, the two nations were on the more safe and attractive. It is sincerely and your handful of friends Senator Wheeler,who would If the Governor, the Comptroller of tax assets while the bur wo
t' brink of' You the United States commit suicide, declaim that wish and other members ,of the la
Very war. hoped that the effort will meet with suc you passed on to the fellow a]
But last' week, with Japan starting its to save the lives of American boys. Until July J. so'mq of ustho..hf cabinet are sincere and,,kaa deter- pays and pays.
mined their
cess. as expressions In-
t; : move into the South Pacific, there seems' you meant It. But on the day before we celebrated oar dicate, I for one- believe they Ample revenue for every .
independence, you told reporters that plans were underway for Is
to 'be a good chance that matters will at are It looks like everybody will pose prpvlded for by our i
We 'Celebrate The BirthdayOf our Navy "to take over Iceland, to use your words.At .-
have to assume! &, Just share of lawa Laxity in machinery
last move from the talking to the shooting World War No. 1 the very moment you were talking, American forces were the cost of government for the assessment and collection L
point. Here are the principal reasons observers bound for Iceland-whose occupation you later conceded might been the
There was a ghastly birthday Monday.On first time in the state's history. problem. If the pu]
give for the dismal outlook: be necessary for our defense. It's not the Nazia' fault they didn't The new tax laws If rigidly will cooperate with state a

.; First-Japanese leaders are apparently July 28, 1914 the ,first World War try to Interefere with our plans. Fortunately, they were' too busy enforced will benefit the honest county officials In putting

was born.It elsewhere. Bat they heard about them. tax PAYER and ahould eventually new laws in operation, all <.
confident that Germany will win the :
was to be a "war to end war"-"to They. heard about them from you. For the lake of a few reduce his burden. It !{'benefit and Florida will flndh
and they believe that the future of Japan cheap headlines to keep your case before the public, you revealed should result in placing* on ,the ,self in better shape than sits I
will depend on the future of Hitler's "new make the world safe. for democracy. military secrets of the United States. You put American boys tax rolls millions of personal been for'' many a day.

order". They are eager to jump, on the But somewhere along the line some In peril. You played politics, Mr. Wheeler, with American lives.. property that has heretofore, es- | .

Axis bandwagon.' thing slipped, and today democracy finds Do sn't that, Mr. Wheeler; rest upon your conscience caped. If .such property Is not
honestly declared assessors are
Second-Japanese leaders are convincedthat itself more in danger than ever before. charged with the task of finding '. PHILLIPS ELECTRIC |

their country must dominate, the lands Our young men are being' trained fora it and seeing that It Is placedon SERVICE

y, and great resources of the South Pacific war, as yet undeclared but which almost Shoe Repair Shop I CARD OF THANKS the tax roll. This can be
done and we have the assurance
r Islands if she is to survive as a first-rate everyone concedes t o be inevitable. In;' Being Modernized We wish to express our heart of atate officials. that It will be Electrical Contracting |

;, power. They have come to the point-of- ducted for a year's training, it now seems : felt thanks for the lovely flowers done. and Repairing

: view that etentual war with the United vitally necessary that they be retained in F. C. Hollingsworth Is havingW. One assessor assures that his
States is certain and O. Nelson, contractor. remodelthe many expressions of roll will total half a blnlon dollars LIGIIT POWER
are no longer tryingto the army for a longer period. sympathy In the loss of our beloved from one county and 'that'te Just
space In his building on South
prevent it. Even such an arch-opponent of the Ad- husband and father.-Mrs.,'I about the state total In the past,

Third-Working on this assumption, ministration as 'Alfred Landon, candidatefor Walnut atreet which has been oc- W. N. Brown and:family. I(which should give some,:idea.: of Phone 4 Lawtey Fla.1
cupied by the ,Coffee Pot cafe. what.can be expected from ?",just
Japanese strategists feel that\ this is the President in 1936, agrees with Presi- According'to'Mr. Holllngsworth, -
time to fight, while the United States has -
dent Roosevelt and General Marshall stat-
he will open a first-das shoe repaIr -
its hands full in the Atlantic and must at- release'from
ing that it is unsafe to
shop, hat ,cleaning place
temp to dominate two oceans with a one- vice these men who have had some physical shoe shine parlor and "press- Home from the day'swork

ocean fleet. By 1946 the U. S. will have a training, and some fundamental co-ordina- whlle-you-wait" place in the

formidable two-ocean fleet I and Japan's tion." space in about 10 days.

chances of winning a war would] be extremely Opposition to the extended. service is Indulging in a little reminis- ; y ? pause and

poor. cence, Mr. Holllngsworth said P
cooling off, and Congress is swinging into
Fourth-Japan knows her position is Monday: "This Is the oldest business -
line behind the executive and military chiefsof '
precarious so long as she must depend for in Starke My uncle, F.. D.KolUngsworth .
the nation.
the bulk] of essential supplies, such as 'steel ,, established a shoe

and petroleum,' on the United States. There- It may seem pretty tough to soldiers repair business in this same blockin

and their parents, and bring some sober 1861, which later movedto
foro, it is reasoned, the thing to do is to very was
thoughts on this twenty-seventh anni. the site which Marcus F.
out and obtain essential raw materials]
by conquest.The versary of the beginning of World War 1, Brown's law office now occupies.

U. S. government Is taking Japan but wars cannot be expected to have many Thirty years ago," continued Mr

plenty] seriously. The bulk of our fleet Is{* bright spots for mothers, or sons, or for Holllngsworth "upon the deathof
Uncle Frank I inheritedthe
operating in the Pearl the people in general in a democracy. '
Harbor area. Large business and have had it I

concentrations of aircraft, particularly Flying ever since.

Fortresses, have been sent to Hawaii Everybody Boom-Benefited Mr. Hollingsworth's real estate

and even farther east.! Air raid shelters Except The Farmer As Usual office will remain where It now i. 1.i

have been built in the Phillipines and native The farmer, as usual, seems to be get- Is. The space formerly 'occupied ,

soldiers] have been made a part of the ting the worst of it during'this war boom. cant.by the Star Store, Is. still va

U. S. Army. Farm income has not risen anywherenear .

Coot heads in our naval high command the extent of labor's income. Farmers Timely Hints

do not discount the Japanese fleet, but they are forced to pay far higher wages. The For Farm ProblemsTo

think our ships are better, and our gunnery costs of all the manufactured goods the 1 ;

more effective. We have a definite edge farmer must ,buy are also] rising. And the rid a dog of fleas, rub' (cfe'rrls f< r: 1 Vtt

In the quantity and quality of carrier-based farmer will bear his full share of higher or hair pyrethrum on his back, powder from'Into"head the to

aircraft, and our fleet is larger. Even so, taxes. tall. Washing the dog with a

the navy men feel, it will bo a considerable <<;That situation cannot continue indefi- pyrethrum soap leaving the ,lath- t
job to lick er on him for ait hour or 80, will a
Japan, and will require all our nitely. Agriculture, after all, is the most kill the fleas.
energies for a while. .
vital calling-a country must have food in To keep fleas out of the house, A
As one Congressman expressed it Mon- keep the dog outdoors. If fleas j' $.# :
war or peace. Agriculture cannot be treat- do Invade a room, close the Rr
r day: "Economically I think we ought to hit room w
I Japan with all we've ed as a poor relation. The nation's task tight, sprinkle about five poundsof
got. Militarily, we napthalene,'flakes on the floor
ought not to back now is to make an equitable adjustment
up an inch. Politically, and keep the room closed for 48 ,
the people? will support such a policy.." between the interests of agriculture, labor, hours. Fumes from the flakes .-.. a
The kill the- fleas. If the room o r
Congressman is right. The little and industry.
porch cannot be closed tight,
spraying a good pyrethrum spray '
,Deeds Filed Pauline Smith and Clifton Smith, 30 x 70 and 30 x 40: ; July 18; per- Into the floor cracks and corners : Nr 1

J, S. Norman and Carrie Nor- heir _at law of R. D. Bennett mit taken, out for Bishop PatrickJ. will kill the fleas. ,

'' late of Bradford deceased Hurley of St. Augustine by O.
County -
man ( wife) to L. C. Milliard. '
i July 15; Bernard fi. Rosier and : ? to H. T. Bennett July C. R. Stageberg, for the Trianon Navy OpportunitiesIt fa
2.. use
wife lena Rosier to Paul M. Development Corp. .Is now possible for young t-:
Levy A. Canova and Mona A. Standard Oil Co station Go refreshed
filling -
Clover and wife, Juanita Glover men to volunteer for the Navy to
Y Y' of St. Lucie County. 'July I if; I Johns Canova, July man 16 and; Carl wife Johns, to Carl and by T. C. Ferguson on northwest serve for the duration of the Ice-cold Coca-Cola add to relaxation

4 ? Levy A. Canova and wife, Mona: Thelma corner of Temple Avenue emergency only. If applicationsare gi

i,t ; A. Canova, to Harold C. Wall and wife to Redgravea Harry H. Houston.Johns, July hU and Pratt St., 26 x 43 feet; one- made Immediately they may what" relaxation always needspure, eca j /
wife, Martha select their
branch of the
v D. Wall. July 24; 16< ; J. S. Norman and Carrie Norman story construction; concrete block service. wholesome refreshment. You
),,.. Levy A. Canova and wife. Mona The Navy Is rapidly reaching taste .its qual
hla wife to L,
Hilliard, and stucco-$5.000. July 21.
A. Canova. to Joseph E. Wilson July 15; ,Bernard B. Rosier and authorized strength ((1,300 vol- ity. You respond happily to .Its refreshment.
Dm Johnson
S and wife, Dea Weeks Wilson. frame storage unteers in this recruiting district
July 24; J, T. QuIgley and Min Glover, ,July 17. to Paul M.' house on Dan Thomas' lot. $100 In June and July) so'those who So when'youpauzie: throughout the day
nie W, Quigley his wife and L. July 22, in Livingston Truby IECos are Interested should apply as ,
A. Davis and, Lee I'erryman Building Permits .subdivision; C. W. Colson soon as possible. For the convenience make it the/ pause that re/resAes with ice-cold
Davis hla wife, to C. G. Barka- of men who work during

dale and wife, Virgle. Barksdale, .Catholic Church and recreation, 28 frame, $200.and metal 22.811EAFFhR's. warehouse, 25: x regular office hours, the Navy Coca-Cola., YOU/ TASTE ITS QUALITY
.t July 23; J. T. Quigley and wife, center of concrete and July recruiting station at 342 Post- -
i Minnie Qulgley, and I* A. Davla frame, on the coiner of Temple office Building. Gainesville. Fla..
and wife Lee Perryman Davis, Avenue and : SKRIP INK will be open on Sunday-, AugustS
8th St..
one-story Pta UNDER
to Chas. A. Jenkins, July 26; buildings, coat to be $12,600; aiM COUNTY U. Qt TELEGRAPH.$1.73- BRADFORD and August 10, from 8 a, m. AUTHORITY Of mx COCA-COLA COMPANY .Y
until 1 p. m. i STARKE COCA-COLA



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IMt ,AUG. 1'-,19'4'' ; ;,I

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Catholic Church Comes Here- Bob Jones I I. Sgt. York Meets Lindbergh (Not Chas.) I which thU order ehall be publlxhed- oftlvio ..al at kHark, *. J1\rI4a! ,. 3uls
MeekMWlfNKHS oila. week fur 4 v,.,im.> uilve ,\ .UIyo ,,55 epu44.. isel., A. J. -II 0 m...., ..',,1'\\I.I.v.'JiI'oA1 '

Pace my hnnil and the Heal, '. ..ra ut "'U"t; .oU" '' or: r""h'l'4JJi ,
r1h place of Msgr. .. ." of this court at Starke. Florida/ "' uUty 1i'io'ida. ."'"
this sulk Uv of July .A. I). n.4I.OFFICIAL n..u.t .Es. M.ngfltAtIia'IIYC Jr
Comments On Here ''.' ., ; ,. ,'",'. ,, .' ( sEAL) A. J. Thome, by .......Intltt '.15 n ..1'. '. "
i last month And Hereafter i I t'lvtk lit the flrcult: Court. -- \ I,
yt'. ago : J. ('. inirmnre' Jai'k.onvila. Fla. ; '.h 1
1ghtY 1 I and N.tta'I (' II.
-- > pwblleetis
3. 1861, the Rt. Rev I : < 1'lHlutirt Attorney 8-1 4t s-fl Or lel *f '1 ,.
What 1w Apprise
I .
julY A. Pace one. of an Interesting place is a I Stat. oC Florida ....I; wrl Hlck& lan: ''Mini

Edward secondhand bookstore. The dreams I <\on ITS you arC hereby ?tUlWLi't?' 4": ; s j
distinguished leaders In jot men are here held In I II I Notice I. hvreuy vkVcn to all I Winos h. Inhuman a .;'V lB'5ff, .
JII08t in j musty ., 4 r*>Oiiore iviitl t'laimnnte. t nf the I hue riled suit fur dlvorc tn .
of Catholic education volumes. Nearly every book was I l'>tut<. of Allldrvd Llyn Hyeriey.' Cl ,," ,,- Court of Bradford Coun"J//J
field( born in a brain child born "...'..a...", |10 file your flalniM' duly Florid In Chancery." a.... .. a
coiled States was I out of pain i I' I sworn to, with K. K, ferryman I Karl Hlckman. aa "..'.I*'... e._ as'I
three years after ) and labor. it is true some were.' !, fuuniy Judite tit Ltrpi.l font Cuunty No. l1UI and you, Karl fllckitit.an. .
NOW FUitltlu. wll"I ,,, hereby required to appear ,on r"I
stillborn and eight monlhH from J
rke. others
starke Is to have Itst I _ died in in rill piibllrnllon death,, fancy but in back of every book U. I'. Walker. Kiecutor. I. and cause. .Bradford County Telj-
Ml."ion and was a hopeful) I I '.1 413* graph .11 del-naled newapapwp'" oj,' t I '
CatholiC parent, :
I publish. thin Order 0110 .a..h we**, ;. .j ,
I Ion Some books are like peacock, i for 4 successive wek, prior to \')
uttb who died April mere expressions of I In Circuit Court. Bradford t aid return day ''Vltn.m hand, ,{ ,
Pace pride and (' and official peas at Starker, Florida.
lgnor ''''uIY, Kluilda. In t'haniery. If.
the degree of human strut. Other books are Kiln M. Cucheii. Plalntltr, v.. Frank this July 32. 11141. 'ft.; ,
I ,938 received like snakes, carrying their 1 It. 1'iicheu. defendant. On Mon. (O..ICIAL nSAf) A.'.?. -rhO.II/-i'1, .
Arts 'from St. CharhSSeS poison day, the l laS day of Mapteniber" A. Clerk of circuit Court; of. Bradfordfount ., "lit
: in 1880.1 wherever they go. Some are like I Isemi. I. .11., the dvfendanl. Frank H. Florida !f l i
: Maryland -precious fiwheti, whuee reeldeno' In S' W. Knight' .*: Knight "
Bachelor and Doctor of ,or even precious 8tr l SI., N.w York N. Y., Y. M. Attorney (or Plaintiff .IIS'.I.IIS, .'
" his in Rome stones of varying value. But t' A., IM .t..lr.d tn appear to the ..... ,I\\) -
red Theology degree there is one book called the ., bill filed oiralnet him herein. Thlaurdtr OHUKIt OP PflllilCATIORf?' ,AlaS) ('I'llClT.CII iSttI a
1S86 respectively and to be publIshed one. a week '.'*! 4PPEAR'f'
83 and Bible, which Is the diamond of fur four coiiMerutlvo k. In11t..dtn..d \ '
of philosophy .at w e e State *f Florida tot u. o. Annie, \1V.
'doctorate Jewels the lion of strength and t'uunty Telwraph ,In foal A If. Co., 111<1... 1'. (). tioJt '
1891; be was ordained i>''w''pitp''r pul>ll.h..d In NKUI brau-I Sal, l'nrtamotth Vlrmlnla. and hIS iJtt',
in yet it i la the bread of 'U ti I ford l'. Hi rk. Florida hit
'P 1883. After serving noui i'.ty July i I wit. Mettle Bell Ann I*, JUttt. "W.lit. .
ROllle In ment. I 54th 8.! W. Atlanta, tfeorffla.;
of the Cathedral at St.'gI11'Une. k (UKK1CIAI. HKALk A..l, ThomN I Tak. notice that Th. Fed.rLLank .
ector 'ro- i The Bible is entitled to Live If I II t' : I I fink t'irrult Court MiHdforii Hank of Co'undla.11.' ..,,,- 1't. I tt'slI."Id
appointed i
he was I for nothing other than I i: founty.. FlurhlA, ,H-l 4t .-*! tiff, has filed In that Circuit Cnurt. ,
philowphy at the Cath- its daring I ", I I I of Kradford Coust ,." Florida In, t.
Diversity of America. Wash- FAThER )I 'R1'IIY ( and unrefuted claim-its claim to I In the' rirrult Court. HriulfordCoiinty Chanrery, a, 14 I 11 of Complaint ,1;
be the Word of God. t $ Vlnl'hl.-In c h a n o e ry.4)lH wherein you Sr. defendant, Case :
D. C was named dean of According J- <.ly* .:. KOMI. plMlntirr VH. ArluiKI N... 18.10 for the forerloeur. Of I it.nmrtgags \
ton of Philosophy in 1895, I to its own evaluation revelationIs J'p Hone. ilvfenditnt School Methodists Remodel its content. the l.t tiny of 8"in, em hep, 141 the I .. property. situate In said 1
one of t.he.leading. fac- Inspiration Its ...Irfoolant Arnold Itnne. whuee ..".1. County, to.wit: .
a was that great In- Educational RoomsThe method salvation Its goal. Who r, In building up but God could to th., bill flUd against I* Hy, and ''>4 nf KKW lOt MWH! In' '1i
of learning. He was a conceive such a i him, "......In. Thle order to be pub- lieu." Silt: and block .1'In FeetHVIII : '? "
f College Waah- Methodist Church under a plan and theme? And who but I 1 United. onre a week for four von- and that part vf. N 1-4 of ,NW'1O\ / I 1
of Trinity He could B...-.11111'.. works In Urmlfuril County NWU lying Kuet ot... A.( T.. 1&30..1 ,
Catholic the leadership of its new it so gloriously? I "
an editor of the pastor, Tvltfimiph.' a n..I''I'.r' published An"N"'ofNW"otNW\4.\ ( 1
,??. editor of The I>Jew the Rev. G. C. Powell, Is preparing Those who( would deny Inspiration In. vnld Hiailfnrd County, stark. Meo. 84: and vnm. at flW corner.*'
lowilla. FlnrUla. July IKIh 1941. of .R.o. Ill, run 1iJ..t on Section! Jli ; i
author of note to( take adequate care not onlyof to the Bible are under the 1320 feet thence North'420
jiastlcism. an elor FrftJom R.k... (\'Io'\I'II'IAI.1'I"1AI.\ ) A. J. Thomas, feet. of
nearly 50 years reflected the spiritual but also of the necessity of explaining difficult Sgt. York (ri.ht) Congratulate Lindbergh's Cousin Cl,'rk Circuit' (Court Uredfoid (?o thence West 1810 feet, thenc RontH' "
(for social! ("fun and literary phenomena.., How could Florlilii.. 4.1 4t l-Za no cit 10 point 01 eglnningiiii3 ( !
of frolic") side of The'
community AT*. I hero
native of .
dt: on his A.E.r.t X/ri.i C. I''ork, rrwiiTtiintsjtt //}' 'IrclrJ< < In Twp. II 8. R. 21 ID .
and the state of Florida the' "Youth Caravan" which has Moses give laws which are still tfuHrman of Iht Figlit for Freedom Cemnnltet, ffticilalft In Circuit Court. Rradfurd County This therefore. 'le to command' you'' ". ,

the In the high- been entertained there this week. formative and normative? How A guaut F. Lindbergh Alabama Stat thairmax. at a Knorvllt/ ratty./ 'I".Ila-ln ('lIan.r)'. Hdward I to appear In aald Court and. caun ;. .
achievements <
on August 11. "
IU1. otherwU the asp
big William
The Ilnnuhue, IMalntlff. V*
educational circles In the na.1 Officials of the Church have could -the prophets tell of nations laCier Itadmg< ottomry: of Birmingham. laid of /hi, tOIl.ri". Char/let IVHrl "Florence onahue, Defendant allegations t>t the Dill of ('un,. ,/-J;

been expecting a considerable do- not yet existent and of 4. Lwdtrrqh. leader of the isolationist; .America( Hrtl Comoulltt, jlhat On Monday .Hepteinher Int., plaint' will be taken a.* confeied. ,'" ... 'pa,,
t not failed to meel lit, lest of/ a ?true Jmtrifaa, at a time" of national 1941. the defemlnnt. Pearl .FlorencelUumhue by yon. CBradford
he Thos. J. Murphy who ''nation or loan from the Church 'I kings yet unborn How could 'lIt"y." I le ".'lul1'"" to appear to Counly T".rAPb', |t. ,

Rev.' Board to help meet the needs of such a book( of fine artistry come the bill filed against her, herein. ,lesIguatiul) a. the. new.p.p.r to .' Ii
been appointed pastor of the This Order tu be published once a I publlnh this erder once ...,1weele., ,.
i made his stuIn the Methodist soldier population from an Inartistic people ? week for four consecutive' w,ek. for tour weeks prior to said return I' ,
r Mission here HAMPTON The picnic will be held at : "" !
I,> at Camp Blanding. While Even the few. scientific In llradfnrd County Teleeiraph. anewspaper day.Wltn p'sN'tbt
they sparse '
and theology Beach.BIRTIIDI' pubrlHhvd In llradfold niy hand and official ; I
philosophy Klngaley .lad .
by' ::1
are waiting on that and whetheror references in the Bible teem to .' County.OFFICIAL. lea) at Htarke' Bradford "liv
[ John's and St. ,Mary' Semi-1 Mr. M. \\'. Morrow : Florida, thl. ttttk day, o< ,July, JlOFKICIAt. '; :! 3!
Baltimore, the Alma :Mater I|I not it .Is forthcoming at all the be in anticipation of recent dis I PARTY Clerk( Circuit HRAI.'('D.t.) 'A. J. Thonia, 1>. 1541. il'i ,IC

ry 1I10re priests and Bishops than I,1 I Church took opportunity by Its coverles. One race said the BAPTIST KBVIVML SERVICES: Saturday evening Mr and Mrs. $' ., .Florida' July IRIh..1 4t 1UI.I.U ( of Clrpul. "MBAh' lt... ;Court) At ol J,'Bradford ThomSi'l.rk ; :j 15w WI5l

\ oilier college or seminary in proverbial forelock and made world rests on the shoulders of S. R. Dobson gave a birthday L'uunty, FlorIda ,.n'4& .-& N
United States. Ordained In'. some important Improvements in Atlas; another said the world The Hampton Baptist Church party for their daughter Bernice.honol'ing NOTlt1MJllly ass 415.5

of Monsignor Its building.. rests on four tuitle The Bible le! pleased to announce that It has her on her seventeenth 30th., lIlt In FlorldM Circuit Court Bradford 'Counly., ','15,1
the .
"i death year he has since served ,It removed three partitions says "He hangeth the earth upon secured the Rev. 1. S. Murphy of birthday. Ilrn:.NOTICK
eliminating two of the nothing." The word "nothing" is Port Orange to conduct a seriesof that .purmiunt. to "....tI..n S of Chup- farrlNh Defendant. On Monday'
ilBUot to the Rt. Rev. Magr. Sunday After playing In the living the 4lh day ..f 15151
revival meetings. Mr. Murphy games l-r l uj/.e./ Laws of .Florida, Act of Au.u.tL A. lH<1 I. .% '**
lIam Barry, pastor of St Pat- School 'rooms (in no way crippling literally "thinness. Do you room the guests, who numbered 11137, known. a* the MUlll'HY ACT the fendant. .. Harvlih
the Sunday School facilities know of a better word for ether was) In Hampton several year the rnlluwlnar deecrlbed. land In !I. required to appear to the bill ,5
ki Church. Miami Beach. about 23, went- out Into H.tn..dlnly.. Florid, will lie filed .aln..t her herein. This order
addition to serving as Mr. Powell stated) and a than thinness ? And while the ago everyone was pleased the front yard where other games offered. for Male at public outcry to he published once a week for ',, 4. i4I4I
i pas- four
with his work. Services will begin consecutive week In Bradford ,
'1 storage room in order to leave cultured but heathen races discussed for the hlifheNt and b..t cash bid, County Ljy Walt
of Starke's first Catholic were enjoyed. Telegraph a newnpaperpublixhod Is. iI
the of the Tru.-
Hiihlcct tn rlnht
more for the auditorium a flat earth and wondered Sunday August 3 and run lit Raid ,Hradford County 1151'Ii
A Father Murphy will be : Later the guests went into the teen of the Internal ImprovementFund (OFFl'lAL ,.
i! and recreation room In that build how far the sea could be traveled through and including Sunday, to rcjoft any and all bids atthe C'1..rk. CircuIt IIJj.AL lourt.] ) A*_J. ThomHlarke *-
nolle chaplain at the State house where the hontess .
opened Courthoiiee bemlnnlnar at 10:00 Os!
10. We
without reaching the dropping. August Florida, July >th 141.ttl i'
ing. The soldiers will be invited .
Wimtlary at Raiford and dl- her many nice gifts and delicious o'clock A. 111. on Ih. Slat day cif
there not only at specified times off place the Bible held hiddenin August A. l>. 1941 ICaement. for 4t .*t
tot of the National Catholic Mrs. W. N. Brown returned to refreshments of punch and cake rowel right uf way Ito feet wide -t 4

unity Service of the United Mr. Powell said but they will Its depths the simple statement Fernandina with Mr. and Mrs were served.Mrs. will be. reserved. from any tiarosithrough In Circuit Court.. Bradford County,
have a standing Invitation to "He sitteth upon the sphere of which th.r. i* an e.l..tlna; 1".ld.In C..anC'n Rllcabetl .
ce Organization for Camp John Napier. M. K. Griner has accompanied Htnle I Hoad Dallao. Plaintiff va Joseph 1>.lIao.' .5.5
make it their social and recreational the earth. Harvey Is given credit Lois H, 10 of nik in Ward City, I>efen willing, which' Is about six miles Mr. and Mrs. R. Hood of At. her brother sister. t
headqual.terl.EVERGREEN. for the discovery of the laws of and Hec, .N, Twp. 1 H. Ha20 10. day of Aurufct hUt the defendant,
Im Starke. lanta are visiting Mr. and Mrs. In-law Mr. and Mrs. Rhino to 4'nm at MR Cor of NW'i't of "WU Joseph ')all.n In required to ap. '
I blood circulation. but one many and Itun N Tail I.' ft W 604 ft, near to the bAl filed ausinpI hl.n
(Actual construction o f twodings centuries before Harvey said, O. D. Gay., parts In Louisiana and Texas on H 733: I'l ft.. I'], ((194 it, to KeaHeo. : herein Thl order. to b. published ,,"g; ,
i for the mission started Jewell Carter of Lawtey was a pleasure trip. 15, -TWP. S H, HIT., II K. y ore a week for four nonaecntlve ','1,' 1,45
"The life.of the flesh Is In the week. .
I\ n, Afro. F. A. Bonier Acre' In Hradford County .1.. .
oily on property purchased by'' blood." the Monday evening dinner guestof Mrs. R. L. Robinson. Mr. Henrletu Com; tit NW Cor of taut 4 HubPlv .raph. a newvuapvr published iitt ,' ',. ,

Catholic' Church on Temple Mrand: 1 Mrs. Dan Rosier ,of It Is everywhere evident In the Marlon Johns.' ( Parker and Mrs: ,J. A. ft... of H"U"I.WM' of W HW N 7'4 ft.and' N .tat'rn.' ft 10H7 aid(().\I''II Bradford IAL t,""t'oiiotr.AI.) ''A.,, './.,'ihorniie" ..

'DUe! Just. south.of.the .JJrad-! Jacksonville i\spent the week- nd Scriptures that the writers are T.'F. Brown will t leave August Bouvlcr were shopping In Jacksonville 10 u.... .Hito. 80, Twp. 7 I IL. ItK, Kit Clerk Circuit. Court' I' f 110:
I" Mtarke, .Florida July tth, U.I. .
|d County High, School grounds. Here" tth"Mr. and Mrs. R.; S. on the side'of> truth. They 1 for Cltra where he will be employed last Monday. TlirHTKKR\:: OF. INTKItNAI. IM-, T-lt ..t -1 J

building will be used as aIpel Rosier. abominate 'lying' and deception. as Seaboard agent. Mr. and Mrs. Knnlfl Bradahaw 1'UOVK.MKVT "Fl'NIl OK. HTATIO1'
OK" KI.OIIIHA. 'Hy A. J. Thomas. IN rotriLT % '
while the other will be a Mrl rhea Brannen and and Mrs. Nlrum of Jacksonville find Infant son. Bnnts, Jr.. of i. ClflCtTIT IinAtFOni '
,; ( daughter They advocate veractlty, Ait'nt Tlnnlex* I. "Kunil Mrailfuril TfHTNTV. KIX>KII>A._IN II H AN. i
|rtatlon center. I attended the picnic held at glory in Integrity. If these Mean, is upending the week with Panama are visiting Mrs. Ilrad- Cniinly It KHY.. Kn\l' WIllie Plaintiff "a. I 'l'<
ending completion of the new the Oak Grove Mormon Church are according to their standards Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn. chaw's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. R, In Circuit Court-, Bradford County U..n.1 On" Monday l'a.l..,WIIHn the Int.Defenant...,. of "epm'temtopr ; Ii

ping. manses are being said near Lake Butler Thursday of are they then liars or deceivers ? Mrs. Lynn Hall was a business II. Cox. Mrs. Drailshaw wall for 'lorlilH--ln, chanvery. I era I I A. I). hilt. th. defendant ,

the American Legion Home at withouta merly MIHS Beatrice Cox. loNciih Thlbodeuu; : I'lalntlff, ve, llonal Karl WIIIU. whose reeldence J
last to be f
week. The Bible claims visitor In Palatka Monday. ('ei.lie Annette: Thllioilrau. Dfenilitnt In Javkeonvllle. On s low

m. Mrs. C. A. Prlngle and daughter rival. It Is not only a word Mrs. J. J. Pickren entertained Mrs. J. R. Kite and nieces the On Monday.. the lit day County:, North Carolina !I. required '4 iI
I .if Hxptemlier, 1941 the defendant. ", 5 > appear to the hill of :
N'T and Mrs. Earl Moaeley and from God it Is the Word of God. Tuesday night with a party honoring MIoHes Joy and Gay Dollar left Cull. .* Annette '.hlh.......... le. re'. filed. against him herein Thl or- 1

YOU SLEEP? I baby spent Monday here with B. There are other religious books her daughter Eloise: on last week for Georgia. Mrs. Kite (hired to appear to the bill filed I d for. r to four be publlehed once each week .
coniKrutlve ,
against her herein. Thle order to W' e. k. In ,
fit 1 weren't for heartburn and E. Rosier and mother.Mr. but there Is no other divine reve- the occasion of her 15th birth U planning to spend a few day. ... published once a week for fouronNerutlve Bradford. County it,,

Mss" caused by Indlges-I and Mrs. Raymond Secrest lation. The detractors will one day. About 30 guests enjoyed In Tallahassee on her'. return .'oiinly. Telearaph; week I a 11 ii.w.i'nr.rpibIIstal Hradford lo..dIn'y.. :.,.r puhllehed, Florida.I In .a da-r"d'; :. '

you might get some rest were visiting Miss Louise Rosier day be retractors but too late. games and refi eshments. In said Hradford CountyOFFICIAL Htarke, Florida July t. 1(41., '

[LA Tablets contain Bismuth Friday afternoon.Mr. The men who now say to the trip.John and Marshall Flouvler of ( 814AM A. J. Thoma rierk*OFFK'IAt.Circuit HBAlI) > ... Thomas
Mrs. M. L. Watterson entertained
('I.rk'I.ult' Court Court. B r a f ord I
Carbonates for quick relief. and Mrs. George Nazreth Bible "You are wrong" will one membeis of the Baptist Miami were visiting their parent Htarke' Florida July JlrJ, 1941 I I County.. Florida., '. .i-.t"*n. -e-_,- '. ;'
Jour druggist for ADLA and children' of Hawthorne were day-too Ute-say, "I am wrong. Junior School Class last *, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier i
ItS! tomorrow. A T YOUR word Is Sunday] .M HIM f..llt..T (OIJHT, KI IITIIJIIIUIAI. In Circuit Court! Bradford.
visiting Mr. and Mrs., W. H. "Forever. 0 Lord thy afternoon. for several days. laat week. They .- County, .Ior.let'n
UG i Saturday Nearly every iiici'ir' OF n.oH- banteery.ry
STORE. I Morgan Wednesday.Mr. settled In heaven." I class member was present and were accompanied home by Miss III* 1% ANII FOil RUAItFOHU. filler..., )..,.ndant.Plaintiff' dn'Monduy v, ..Id.... .'rI(;I :

I snd Mrs. William Morganand enjoyed games and refreshments Betty Bouvier who has been 4OINTV.IV fllAICEHYovlcl ,iay of ".pt,,. 'V. the .,'.the'.htf,5\ 'I/I'

children spent Friday at Mission Hall during the afternoon. visiting! here for the pant month. > ri.flalntlff....mm..n, prank pea, to..h..ld.I.bill. 111.4 t.qulred a.alnat to !! t

[- TRUSSES *3 I .00UP Hawthorne with reJatives.BETHEL And TabernacleThe W. H. Griffin was a business. -".. N... 114 !h.r.ln' on.This. a order.. to he publlahed bill.. .
Mary H. f emmnn, .. .
iv ('iflf'i'Il' C'oe'N'r. PIN UtI"UIlIIC'U' .
visitor In OulnesvllU Wednesday. I.. HradfordVu ? .
%TV, "".. "lilA.-IXCK.HV. C''I' Defendant.OIIDKIt KTi.L'eV.Kw"k"' I
F" ... muslo course sponsored by OF" HRnVlCM In newspaper publlehe4 .III I3Wi
mefully and .uooes.. Kirs. D. D. WoodardMr. GOVERNMENT TAKES OVER NOTK'HJ TO AHPKAll Bradford Count)'. ,1
nj .
: Hall and Tabernacle Marvin U Wray FUlntlff Vk.leneva ( .
Mission nFP'I'IAL tl1OA14) j
% fitted the TUB MTATM OF "FM>ltllAr A. 3. Thomas
in stubborn oasaa.fceh under the direCtiOn The train crews operating be. ( Wray "".nd.nt. Ti Mary I'. I/emmun. whose recldence CI.rk CircuIt C"urt. .i '
and Mrs.. A. M. CliM n are Is progressing well On MomUy trm I Hi dnr. of "Wcptembtr la unknown.It Htarke, Florida July. t, 1(41 'J ,
of Mr.... and Mrs Claud tween Hampton and Camp Blan- A. I). H4I. the .defendant.
I. ordered .
that 4tor
the proud parents of a son born whole renldcnce I I. hereby you areeijiilred ____ 7-U -1 .
Ganus of Alabama. All agesof ding on the Southern System have OonrVK. 'Wray, I" lo appear on the 11 day ____ ,\ j'NOTlrlll .
Tenneiipee. re'IJlrvl
Friday. been affected by the action of the of Meptember. A. I>. 141 before the, AI'Pt.1cA'yJ 1fa 1\
bill ofomplalnt
:Mr. D. D. Woodard was visiting students are enrolled and areworking ; to eppear. to the above entitled court, to the bill of FillS TAX. ItUKII!: I *" *
I her
fll d against
Government in taking over the .
The omplalrit filed .aln.t I In the ... i ,
LlQHtWIGHT enthusiastically. you Iii !
Gainesville last in. Thin. nrdrr to he puhll.hdn ISe. 553)) !
dls daughter In ...bove ntltled .
$3 local between Therensa caue; and "lirad.ford NOTIC'IB Jfl
SNUG lIT .00 I Sunday night was held switching >n<- ....h weak. for four ronxuriilve Th.t ., HEHIIJIIT OIVIDN
UP service County Telearraph" I. hereby 1iywo.d."
Sunday.We those < work. In Hrcdfnrd <'<>...nl"r..I..llpb. Brooks hold... ..I
and this will be repeated und Camp Blanding. Among de"lnnated ae the newepapr. Inwhleli 'f'as CertifIcate No, 417.
are sorry to hear of Mr. outdoors a newnpaper pnlillohrdIn thla order shall be publUhed aDd day o. iastyd h. '. ("
Drug Store'STARRE If weather affected by the action are: J. C. K.1" Hratlfnrd County. Florida. M.vt.mlMr A D 'I133J
|f FIA Ralph Dickinson being very m'l next Sunday,Mrs. Ganus Wilcox; M. V. Smith; H. H. Harris "..r".. Kl'.rl. July If'", 1041.OFFiriAL !. week once a week for 4 cons.cu'tia. ha haw. tIIad.flied. .sSmi.ppll..t,. .In toy oftl" .. .1101. ," It**'
and '
\ permits.. Mr. < MEA !.) A. J Thoma for a tal( d..... "
and hope he will soon recover. and Ben Williams. Mr. and WITNKHrt my hand and the peal te b. iepuil Ib.rn.
will have charge of the music. "lerk (.lr..11! Court.i Bradford. uf thle .court at Mtarke, Florida.' ...1" C..IIt1..al. embraces '\, J
services are provin Mrs. Williams have already left County, Florida. .1 4t IIOF thin ilnd. day of July, A. II. I 4I. 10.1".. dat'rlb.d' tb. Inl. I ,1
outdoor property In
\ These i'or home in Cherry Lake. OFFICIAL UK A I,) A. J. Thomas, ('ounl, 01 llr.dt..rd. Mlat. the r'l
their of
BRADFORD INN ___.I!' A delightful: innovation. .. .. Clerk of the Circuit Court Ida.'o.wlI. Flop-' "
1." Mile North Road 13 .inaddition to, the Tuesday :\orte'i FOR T4 "PP'.U.* I.ttu: : 'TlfJ.I Hum II Wllon Jackeonvllle. VIa. lAt S ..' hlk 4 I....neolll' CUr ".,y '1
of Town On Plaintiff II .
Attorney, 7-Ji 4t .11 Twp. K.
Bible Study. the Mission Is FLA. STATE FARM <....<. Hill %. .. lI','
night *B IH HBUBBV OIVKN, assisemnt if tn. .,,:d P..op., '
DRIVE ;IN carrying on a Wednesday afternoon By Mli. Mary Townaencl That C. M, Kelly holder. ft Tax. (',r- IK TIIH! (lilt I IT COfHT. KltlHTII. arty sumi. under the saId 0ettifite I.. '""
of Story Hour. chorus --- .--------J tlflcale N... 27. l.ued. the 4th day Jll>l<"I 41. C'I"C't'IT OF .. ..c.... Ulb/l..was In the n.m. of Cos'.. .'::1
Plenty Parking Space Bible
: of July A. f>. 1911. ha. fllrd ..*rnIn Ill C. I "%If FOil IIUAIIFOHU Unless (
American Owned and Operatedor singing and a class In sewing. BRIDGE I'ARTY my office and hmm mmle "|'|>I 11.| 'UVNTT.I. redeemed said certificate ahaltiK.. l.
invited to attend i-atlon for a tan d..d to .he I........ ('''''N'IeM! according to ,law tV .':
All children are The local bridge, club met at therenn Hald c artlflrr.t, eml>r.pi" Mary Ellen Bill.. prnf.rtll. deprived therein Will ..2ssf 'I

and participate in thla profit the home of Mrs. Sanford Rltch the follnwlns denrrlbe'l p.ol..rl .1'lalnlirf. b..' ".. at t.\ ...; .4

[ Ford Sales and Service See Your Local able pastime. last week. High score for the tn Florida the County, tn... .of. flrlu"o,". Ml a lof re....,*.' VVIUon Kllle.No. 1J49 I on the of ;llept./IIb.flr..t Mon... )j

ord The work of the children will afternoon was made by Miss Ruth Ixite I. S of Blk 10 Ward City lefendant Beptember. u..: the- day l"f i
Dealer At The Ford Garage Located the walls of the RnI' Twp. T $. H. 20 K OhtilKil I OF dKRVICMNOTICK Jated q -5
on this
be on display Hemhfleld. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins The aaa.a.m. .nt of the Held property TO AI'PKAIt 1041. IItb day orOFFICIAL

One Block South of A. .L. DepotMotor Mission and friends will be Invited won the bingo prize. und.r She aa!<* certlflcele !I.. TUB WrATH OF FLOJIIDAI I aSIA' Jl8q"l
S. !,
To Heedle ) A.
I It at an early .nrd WHO In the name of Mr. T.J' Kllle.* whoere Clerk of 3" Thomas .. IJ
to inspect The club at present has about We rrtfnlxxi. ..,ldeni'. I III Norfolk VirgInia Clio ford Circuit COII..t et IJr.ct.. I\\
date. : ald certificate .hall b. U. .H. Navy.It County, FlorlliA. T.I. ''it's.f >
.. 18 members. redeemed according to law the I I. hereby ord.r.d that you are !
tdrews Co. .*.>r>....*.." ".........." th"Mn will >>. required to appear on the let day In cIrcuit Coort. f i
TI1ERESSA WORK FOR EEl 'ROSS laid to the highest bidder at the uf Meptember. A. II. .1141 before the C.unty. rlorld.ln Chananry."Bra4rerC' '' '
22. a of .-.>..,.thou... door on the rl,., M..n4v above entitled court, to the bill of M. file..: Plaintiff, ".. Tkoma Liu.. .
H- D. Ma7 Tuesday July group complaint filed (ilov.r L.
By Mrs. In the month of Krpfmh agaInst you In the v.f.ndan.. On
Your local women Including; membersof l a.1. which I. the 1st., day of Mopmher. above entitled ....U..I and "llrad- the let dy ar HaP''b.r.Meuulav.' ''j
Ford Dealer For '20 Years Mrs. W. Haa a n II children the woman's club and members t.> l 4 1.Tinted .ford County Telearraph" III hereby 1141. 55. d.f."elane. A. 6.. 'J; i 1
thl 0th day of July III" deNlvnated a. the newspaper In Olover whe.. realdene. U JTlveh
ne 118 : visited Mrs. Haul parents Mr. of the missionary society rrirflfif. "F4f. A.Tfc .-e, which thin order shall b. publlehed tOI} 1.aa. I. r.'Iulr.$ to ( "
STARKE FLORIDA Joe Padgett at Plant for rierk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty. once a week for 4 consecutive. (0 i... bill flied .aln.t hIp',SPOSaP... !
and Mrs. met at the club home to sew Florida. l-l 4t 1-22 .....Ie.. In. This or4i., to b. h.r. : '
City over the week-end. the Red Cross. The meeting lasted WITNEflH: my hand and .the ..al] .ne. A 'W..k for four published. :
-"" -_'''' Sullivan of this court at Hlnrke, Florida, wp.ltp 1ft l4radfnrd cons.eUi .
,, _"' _"'_'_' J Harder and Othma County T.,..,
"' all
Henry ,
-. this .
I day. IV''' TIIK' f'IHCI"IT" ("(II'Mr. UK.II'r IIjtitMiti. 22nd day of July. A. l> 1141. graph, a niwcpap.r Published ;
were visiting friends In At noon a covered dish lunch ('iiiriir oF] runt.IM (OFFICIAL" HRAI. A.J Thomaa, IJradtnrd t:unty. Btark. ,. JII'. E
cz::: GOING TO ;TOWN .. II AMI" roN IIN'U""U Clerk of the circuit Court. July Ulb 104*. FIorld*.
-, Hampton Sunday. eon was served to those present. CO! ITV. Hum. B. Wilson J..ckeon"III.ta.. fVrriClAr ,.. AL) A. 3.

.; ______ SOLDIER? Mr. and Mn. William Pack- Seventeen women attended the i. rn incur Plaintiff Attorney T-2 41 i-U Clerk Cireuli 0.. \I r t. nr.d'.r"'I'1I..mu '
-- County, 1"1.01.' -
''i ham and little (laughter Gladys meeting. Mary Walker .lenfcln 1-11 U s.d '
l ONE OF JERRY'S Plaintiff Order. ef pMbllretluM ... %el Ire -
._ TRY of Palatka were guest of Mr. .... No 11Baell T. "._. 10 CircuIt 0" .I
C' FOOT-LONG SPECIALHOTDOGS and Mrs. Wm. Packham Sunday. SUNDAY !SCHOOL PICNIC Manly Jenklne. III. Sta,. of Florid' lo; |i..1'1. Faeano: 'ounIy. rlo..I.... -In ii p I.tJ'b.Bradfor4. I ", '

W D. Garrett of Qiiitman Ga., Last Sunday at Sunday school .toIU'PH ro.nd.n': OFi IfPFivrF: Ton. Faeano are. hereby a* plaintiff notified ha. filed th.tAm. 'hut.r 11:1..1.: J'ip laaa itols. fill. 1)Bale .Plaintiff"",.I"y"vi.1 I

t _. the weekend here with his. the annual picnic was planned. .. .TI''B Tri APP Aft .,,1& fnr divorce In the Clr.-ult Cuur ilonday. th. tat day a' r of"danl. On ',/.
.. '
pent I .
TUB HTATK OF FIXIKIfiA: t nf Bradford "",,' In Hopt.mb.r.
County =: -10c- The committee in charge planned.or T' .,...U Manly Jonkln III. who. ("hanrery, against .nu. I> o r I. 754l rIHlol dsfendt t... 1t"I.!: r'.. Bole1' (

ALSO; wife.Mrs.. Susie Hardee was a bumi sit those wishing to go to reeld' ..n>'. I. Kilo.. Knoth farnllna: F...nnov a* defendant ran No i filed' atn". h..rhe..ln'ap..r .to III. bill \ 'm' (5
; REAL HOME MADE ChILIJERRY'S club bouse at It l I... hereby ordered. that you are M4T- and you Horle Faeano are .0be ubhllalq4, This or4y '
ness visitor in Jacksonville. Krl- meet at the one ,,,"|iifr I .d to appear on the lot day hereby required. to *ni.e.r..n Au. 1'.1" "o..bll". .oars......... weak 1'01' .If1 1 :
o'clock: next Saturday afternoon. ef ....pr..h.r A. r.. 1,41 ...r...... 'h.ab. gust 2('n I4I In ash lot "',,"pa anrfreii' County T.III..Aah In$ krs4f0,' '
day. ..". entltl'd court, to the hill of *. Hred'onl Cotinlr T..l-.r sul4
that it.- p.
and :Mrs. L. O Johns attended It was announced transportation filed 'In the rl4dfortf (rnuutv '<
Mr complaint avalnet y''t elrneied newepatier to o"'" fOYWWIAI' ,, !llJa" 1
church In Hampton FrI- will be furnished for those always. entitled ,...... <*..dPK.I.. Huh MX Order once each week fn. "1..11 CircuIt Court t.\ ; ..A,., '..I.Thn.. > .._.._' "i
!51 CALL STARKE FLA. I ford County Telegraph" I. hee.bydeelarnated : 4 cAnaecntlve. w..k. prior t.. "a'" ."tarhe, Florida. .
STREET who do not have a way to go. July '|'''' f i4I., !
... ,..........,, .................... day. a. the newnpaper la return. day. Witness my hand and t(,;,
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ushers were James, Robert and Reception Honoring the dining room were Mrs. E. ,L. afternoon
SOCIETY and CLUBS I and Mrs. R. F. Dem- follows:
; M Williams .,
lr of the Circle
I .III' l I George Sander; brothers New Methodist Pastor No. i mTeu": .
It 'I .I bride, and Frederick Graham, a orest. C. A. Knight whip 11.
!' I 'I.,' :I<" cousin. And Family The farewell song for the evening ; Circle po' 1,

Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas Struth-Poindexter Marriage of Miss SandersTo Following the ceremony a small The beautiful home of Mr and I i was "Blest be the Tie that Mrs, Stringfellow lit t the ,M

t' b Becomes .Bride Marriage AnnouncedA Guy Andrews reception, which included only Mrs. L. A. Davis was the scene Binds," which was sung !In chorus Farm; Circle No. 3 uQets i
; Mrs.
Mrs. at the piano, Lawson.
ley' 't w g Of Earl P. Fountain Event of July 8th the immediate family and a few of an Informal reception Thursday: with Perryman
p wedding of Interest here'was close friends, was held at the evening of last week when the ) -
4J ; A wedding of 'considerable inI solemnized Saturday, July 19. in Of interest here is the follow Sanders .home, after which the Woman's Society of Christian'' Baptist W., M. S. Circles Miss Susannah U'1e. of
k,, /I '''S tereet In this community was sol- the home of Judge Q. C. Burgess* ing article from the Wythevllle young couple left, for a southern Service of the Methodist church proof, la spending the p""
}? emnlzed at the pastorlum of the at1' Fernandina, when Miss Helen (Va.) Enterprise of July 8. entertained In honor of the new The Circles of the Baptist W as a guest of Miss Virginia week

4' s First Baptist Church Saturday, Lingo Poindexter of Jacksonvillewas Galena Presbyterian church near trip.The bride's going away costume pastor, the Rev.,. George C, Powell M. 8., will meet at 3 o'clock Mon-. ell.'

July 19. at 6 o'clock P. M, when united In marriage to Sgt.. Max Meadows was the scene of was of dusty rose print and family. Seasonal flowers ....." --.1V t Elmo R. Struth of Starke. I
... ; Miss Clyde Nelle Thomas becamethe 'I a wedding beautiful In Its simplicity with aqua coat and accessories to decorated the rooms of the lower ,
bride of Earl P. Fountain. The bride was becomingly on Thursday afternoon at match. She a shoulder corsage home. '
wore floor of the Davis
: 1 The Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pastor dressed In a beige traveling suit oclock when :Miss. Elizabeth of gardenias Invited to meetthe new min- IF YOU PLAN TO DO ANY PAINT.
with white accessories and a
t of the Church performed the sweetheart rosebud She .Graham Sanders became the brideof Mrs. Andrews is the youngest. ister and his family were all persons -
a ; ceremony. Only a few Intimate corsage. Guy Andrews of Starke, Flor Methodist ING WE SUGGEST THAT
was attended by her sister, :Mr.' daughter of Mr, William Dixon i affiliated with the YOU
.. friends were present at the, wed- John X. Allen. I I I ida. The celebrant was Or. W Sanders and,, ire]! l late Fettle Gra- church, pastors from other local I '
c ding. Mrs Struth Is the daughter Paul Nickell), pastor of the-churcn. ham Sander and 'was educated churches and their wives: the USE DAVIS PAINTS. WE
""k The bride"wore, a black, dresa which was decorated t n I r
of Mrs. Bessie' Meyer of Jack t I,' evergreens ; In local schools: and, Madison college Rer. and Mrs. Charles A. Allen :
with White accessories, and a ferns, white hydrangea
; sonville. Mr. Struth la the ''son of the Presbyterian
4t.t. ,of orchid gladlolas. She ''and Madonna lilies and '.. ,. CARRY ,A-COMPLETE LINE '
1'"t corsage of, Mrs. W. H. Struth and the lighted by The; groom, ion of Mr. and Mrs, Rev. Fred Yerkes of the Episco-
Is a daughter' of Mra. ,R. A. cathedral candles. '
w !; + late Mr Struth. of'Starke' and at G, ,W.. Andrews> of Starke. Fla., 1 pal church the Rev and Mrs.
who has lived In Starke I
t Thomas, Preceding the a musical
t ceremony
presents/ stationed at Camp la a "graduate of the, ,tlpiverslty B. :M. Montgomery of Camp
.;{:! !s!; for the past ten' years. Mrs. Blandlng. program was given by Misa of Florida and did graduate work Blending, the Rev. and Mrs. I. J If
?' Fountain has- been an employe at I :Alice Cleaves, violinist, Mrs Everett of the State Farm,
at the University Wisconsin A. Shepherd
+'r.',.: Stump's store for the past year,, Girls Return From Hankla, pianist, and Mr. He. is now Agricultural Economist and the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. FOR WALL FINISH USE ARENSTO
; and prior to that time worked Wilrner Trevlllian, vocalist. Miss .
'Presbyterian Camp I of the United States Department Lightfoot of the Baptist church.
;t L In the Insurance office of N. D. Cleaves and Mrs. Hankla playedthe of Agriculture located in Auburn. j: Meeting the guests at the door ORIGINAL CEEL-LING COVER COTE

Wainwright, Jr., and In the office ,Three of Starke' youngest set wedding march from Lohen- Ala., where the couple will were Mrs. L.: A. Davis, secretary
young '
of Supervisor of Registration for and Men- IT WILL MATCH ANY COLOR
returned Monday with nice coatsof processional reside. of social Christian relations and
: under N. D. Walnwrlght, Sr.. 'delsBohn for the recessional *
tan acquired at the Presbyterian local church activities, and Mrs
I''" Tie bridegroom a private In the Girl's Camp held during The maid of honor was Miss I Miss Edna Mills L. D. Vining, chairman of fellowship

army, at. Camp Blandlng Is,a.son the week of July 21st.-28th. at Nannie Graham Sanders, sister committee. Mrs. A. Z., Ad- .
.. gI"' of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fountain, St. Augustine Beach. ![rot the bride. She wore chartreuse Weds Percy Sullivan klns leader :of Circle Two, in

of Blloxl, Miss prior to Joiningthe | Miss Margaret Grono, Miss tI chiffon made with'''shirred MiddleburgMr troduced the guests to the -receiving LINSEED OIL RAW OR BOILED

army he was a traveling Betty McCrea and Miss Merry bodice and long skirt and her line which was composed of
salesman for a sea food company. Beth Knight, while at the camp, wide brimmed pompadour hat bad ; and Mrs J. B. Mills 0 f the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powell INSECT SPRAY -,AND:SPRAYERS, ALSO
be Is on maneuvers In I streamers of Green Cove Springs announce the
,, While were among the group who visited chartreuse' to match and their three children, Misses
... t Louisiana and likely during the the light house, the old Schoolin I the dress. She carried an arm marriage of their daughter, Edna, Jewell and Frances Powell and nOES AND RAKES FOR THE LAWN

} period of his enlistment in the St. Augustine, attended services 'bouquet of vari-colored) garden to Mr. Percy, Sullivan of Starkeon Elton Powell, and Mrs. E. 1C:

r 5 army, Mrs. Fountain) 'will ,continue at the Presbyterian Church flowers. I Sunday, July 27, In Middle- Perryman, president of the W 8.
i to work at Stump's store. and live and saw many other sights of.\\n- The bride's maids were Mica burg. C. BJ
.ru, with her mother. After that they terest. Katherine Friel Sanders, another :Miss Mills. attractively gowned '
Mrs.! :Fred Guy served fruit
t, : hope to make their home' In Bil The project dearest to the sister of the bride, wearing yellow In a tailored, Navy blue street punch to the arriving guests, the BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.

h' oxl. beans of the girls attending chiffon.- and Miss Margaret Wil dress with all ''White accessories, punch bowl being placed on the ,
camp was the knitting' .of blocks Hams In aqua chiffon. They wore wearing a corsage of brides roses
I\ W. S. C. S.Clrcies/t / to form blanket. to be sent to hats similar to the maid of honor had as tier only attendant and porch Entertaining and attractively In 'the1'' living decorated.room J. B.'Carlisle; Owner Starke Florida
r Britain and a number of the girls and their dresses were' fashioned maid of honor her sister, Miss ..
''tr, Circles of the Woman's. Society knit two or even three squares on princes lines with lace Dorothy Mills., were Mrs., I.P.. Shepher4..andMrs. ,. -
W. O. Halle. Mrs. J. L. OpJpenheimer ,
.. of Christian Service of the' Methodist for the blankets while In camp. girdles. They I also carried 'arm Best man was Henry Hardy, a of Albany! N. Y., and -
church will meet Monday bouquets of garden flowers. cousin of the,,bridegroom.
,!' afternoon at '3:30: o'clock. Circle Mrs. Laird Hostess The bride entered with her I Mr. Sullivan Is an employee of classic Stanley piano Jones selections each gave and several Miss New Store Hours

t Number One will'meet with Miss At Informal LuncheonMrs. father who gave her In marriage. the Gulf Oil Corporation of Starke ,
Noll two voice
Kate Struth and Mrs. W. G. Halle Her dress was of heavy old Ivory and after a short wedding trip Betty man gave 'I Effective. August 18, 1941
numbers. of
: will be co-hostess; Circle Number Joseph A. Laird was host satin with a long train, the low the young couple returned to singing old '
l'' Two' will meet, with Mrs. L. S. ess Tuesday at a luncheon In her cut neck being finished with 'a Starke to make their home In songs and 'popular, national songs' 'Monday Through ,Friday
Hutto; and Circle\ Number Three apartment at the Jacobs residence deep bertha of rose point lace. this city. was enjoyed by all. Some one & .Open From 8:00: A. M.
will meet --with' 'Mrs. Paul Hud on W; Madison St. Zinnias, fern, Her finger tip veil hung from 'a discovered that this was Mr. To

gins ,''I'. and other seasonal, flowers were wreath ,of orange blossoms and Davis' birthday, so everyone ''6:30
P. M.
"' '*' used la, decorating.Following the bridal bouquet was of white Mrs. D. Monteith accom- heartily joined In singing' Happy: ,

William Edwin.Dampier a deliclouI' luncheon, roses gardenias and b a b y' I panied her ton, Ralph Rhodes, Birthday, to You." ..SaturdayOpen

I Mr. and Mrs. ,R. C. ,Dampier Joyed.rummy and other gamea' were en- breath.The best man was J. Rufus' day.upon his She return will remain to Atlanta there abouta Tues- l social! At 'the evening close Mrs.of ,this W. B.delightful Sewell ::::1:4! :: : From 8:00: A. M.
'..i announce the arrival of a son, Those' enjoying Mrs. Laird'shospitality Youmans of Adrian, Ga., and the week before returning home.'I Mrs. Titus' Olson and Mrs. Sam .. To
,c, William Edwin Dampier, on Fri- were' : Mrs. K. M. Anderson served Ice cream and '
'. d a y, ,July 25 In St. Vincent's Kramel, Mrs. Ed McAdams, Mrs. home-made cake, and' assisting In FOOD STORES 9:00 P. M.

r i Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs. Dampier Jim Abernathy, Mrs,. David Tur-
was formerly Miss Rhoda pin, Mrs. Jack Cooper, and Mrs.
Z rller. Clarence Touart. Carolyn Callstreet is an old-fashioned flower garden

"-- 'Twould be a perfect setting ANN PAGE :WEEK
for Edna Hart Lily Bridges, LIz "
Pt. Jar
SPECIAL SPECIAL Nasworthy, and" Mrs Howard,
'" .. Dear C..Ulalreefers! know with their plaited'bafr' an' knitting SALAD DRESSING; 19c
,, ( ..* ?. ., jf '. ; .... ... I where b} /Ia .f She's still ,
Sizzling Hot teaks r ":"- Seem? It's no quiet< since th,1 in Starke ,though her parents are needles '.' .,. Birthday'greetinp' ,. I, .. '. Pt. JarMAYONNAISE
; soldlers'ltlrted leaving town that beggin' her *ta|' come back home to Mrs/'ZacR: : Brown!'. I, ANN PAGE

Broiled Lobsters George Hill (Canova's fountain) Broadway, or Call Street- Two ver' chommln. visitors: : : "23c'
Is already complalnln' about not' human nature Is always up to Theda Klmbrell and Mildred Van-

+, Chicken DinnersGuidon bavin to work hard enuff the same,ole tricks ( landingham, up from Ocala, look- ANN PAGE ,' 1 For
i George says he can't really get In'' over Starke as a prospectivehome .15c
going till Bet those -- -
I they're three deep Compliment cornea from Gainesville c two sergeantswill
around the fountain and lined up via be glad! .. Lll Moneley
a business
GrillNext from
at the'door In other words the McCoy Manufacturing Co.. back from New Orleans after va- Ann Page Sandwich Pt. Jar Ann Page I J.b. Jar
I just another glutton for punlsh- to the 1 cationing with friends--(or future -
Door To Courthouse ; ment {r. t I can well believe It lowln' postscript Telegraph: carryln'"We around the fol-the In-laws, Lil?) SPREAD -' 21c PRESERVES. 19c
after watching his glass juggling office here -- _
Carolyn Call-
while dlshln' out lleno'Starke'. Ann Page Peanut Ann Page Prepared
smart cracks Seem ( Harlem)
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sides of his mouth at single person about whom she ia keeping one pace ahead all the

I the same time Oh well writes. It Is just the way she time .. Callstreet d.e b b lee BUTTER __ 17c MUSTARD 13c
I What if things are a little on the has of' putting It down on I thought they were being ver' ver'
PHRKTH I quiet.side Most of us could Why not Increase your circulation paper. smart we-arln' short cotton'frocksto

ten do with a bit of. dullness after so more can enjoy her?" recent dances, BO what does QUALITY'U. S. N' 0. 1 Luscious
months of boom-de-ay < Thanks, Isabelle Brown (who Reno pull las' week, but a playsuit WESTERN

E RTR E signed the letter) i Glad to party! *' Seems the dark- -
Personal nomination for sweetest know Shakespeare and I have so skinned debs wore skirts Jill they MEATS .' Elberta

smile this side of Heaven: much in common Isn't whatwe got there, sheddin' them later Beef Lb.
5THRKEFLDRIDHModern That of Caudle H a Ben (Co. ; write But jus' the when the jitt'er-buggln' really got .
Judge's office) Sight for way Roast .. __ ,. _... ::25c PEACHES'
we write It Hal hot ,.,.,.. I peeped ht, the window '
sore eyes: Luffly locks of Verna and Patrolman Fed
caught Night
And .
Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound Lb.
: Gilbert (Evelyn Hitch's cousin, Sapp gleefully watching' shenanlgana Spare

PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 3RD. here Soldier on In a visit) Scooplets' : i'wouldn't Berry John belteve" aw It it. happen. Sundaymorning or 'and dropping nlckles In Ribs -....__ "400;_ :20c :; 99c Per Bushel,,

the bank J.. Sattldaymbrnln' the jook ... .
as the 80Jdler.'w organ j,, Whoops '- : ,
Sunday Monday, August 3 -4 starting a rumor that Lex I I rollin' down Church St.. headed ere Guess about the only .way Call Beef "tLb I,' "
Green had dropped dead of hear Street can regains the lead !la to Stew 121c i! ," or'
"BRINGING UP BABY"With attack Soldier for Loosiana, a man and womanin ..___ I
troop train
a Georgia-licensed pitch a swim suit party, says your "
Katharine Hepburn Cary Grant Don Redmond holler-In' to F. A. Scott (standing!Itn front of the city car light stopped ,(Sweltering) 1' Lb. Roll LbO'

Mechanix Illustration Latest"Wa>,- News. ,< ,"Hy In door-way! buddy,of! Where Quigley! can&: I Davis get )a:I')v The- woman' alighted from plant the -Carolyn .Sausage ____..:'.;. 25c. ,' 5 Lb. lOc
auto- >arefo ,
t'.nd"ln greatly abbreviated
good drink of likker? ... Word -
Tuesday 5 aborts -. Rlndless Sliced ,
August I from the W B. Alexanders that She then Cudahy.s

"GIRL FROM AVENUE they're stopping at the Pierce went of into her hula own individual version J.. H.Watch-Maker COURTM.ANCH Bacon, Lb.'t.;. __; ,128. ..... .r .
Moore Hotel, Brevard, N. C. a dance-right In ..
Jane Withers Kent'Taylor the middle of the street "A ltry'WITB CONFIDENCE Fresh Dressed., "....Lb. \ >\.,. Cuban
Reo Leta Orchestra I II bualness-aa-usual M. P. tried '''' : ''-
to AT '
The Valley the name of W. T.'Clute < Hens w
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help her boy friend I TOUR ''"' .
Is just as confusing to localites get her backIn HOME JEWELER -.r- ..;J '

Wednesday Thursday, 6-7 I as that of I. W. Koch Latter the the auto but they, couldn't Fresh Fish :.t,: A-V OC A DO
swing deal till that hula
baa been called .
"PHILADELPHIA STORY" cotch to coach everything while H.from A. dance was finished' ,,' You can Steaks ___..., ..._:.. '33c .,P' EAR 5Sunnyfle'ld
Cary Grant Katharine HepburnYou Bishop calls the former "Cootie" well imagine the- reiultln traffic
The People and the girls all call him "cut e" jam Berry ia a little hazy Picnic. Lb.Shoulders .

Latest News: Height of kindness to dumb on Jus how they got the boys : ___, 25c :Each: 5c
started off to Loosiana &
animals again ,
: Pop corn man Barney
Friday, August 8 Sisson tannin' his dog. Spotty, But who wouldn't be hazy by that Assorted Cold Lb. -

"WE ARE NOT ALONE"Paul Instead of himself ,. T. K. Me- time? Cub _...:.:._..:..__: 2Sc Underwoods- Deviled
Muni- Jane Bryant ..Raymond Severn Clane writes It's so hot at Fort r- tSc
Little Brother Rat Riders! of'Death Sill (Okla.) the men get under Louis 'ShafkJai wee the proud r.f Gold Medal lit -,:" HamiCan; ..-:- _
Valley the shower In their pajamas then owner of a fox last week till the FLOUR 5 Ih. Bag -<-, '28e -

Saturday, August 9-DOUBLE jump In bed soakln wet, and little animal got 'too foxy and ANN PAGE
leave the fan turned on all night MCaped' from 'the pen' m which :
No. "HULLABALOO" Mr. S.. waa keepln him i TREET 12 ''02.can __ 27c Prepared

Frank Morgan Virginia Grey, Dan Dailey Claude Batten;'rfiaught the 'pet What' chut*, I" Tetley SPAGHE'IlTEA.

No. 2-"BAR 20 JUSTICE"Riders thinks Wonder all the If Walter sob stuff Wlncbell happenson which weighed was five three pounds months. old. Can't and is, to a'flyier I 13'-8' oz. 'Kg.: __ ge 215 3-4 oz. cans
of Death Valley Wise Broadway Well it wait", to see Joan Crawford in "A Our'Owe
doesn't Frlnstance the plight Woman's, Face" at the Rita next our'protectionis TEA,, 1.2 lb. Pkg. 23e S3C
of the cute little wife of a C. B. Tuesday Unnerstand Its ,
MIDNIGHT "to 1 Ih. Pka' _.:_ 43e
SHOW-Saturday Night 11:30 __ -
P. ybu
: M. soldier Married only five > those creepy things I go forn I -

"Charlie Chan At the Wax Museum"New months, an' she's been drudgtn' a big way -. After all, a iadicpeztcable Soft Drink Powder Pkg. Soap or Pwd. Small

her days away in a local beanery, food shudder an' shiver Is worth Kool-Aid 5 pkgs,
Horizons trying to keep both ends on speaking double money this kind of weather in a pinch / I Pkg. ..,,5c Octngon, _

-, - .. .. -, acquaintance With tears Incidentally, have you noticed llama Brand 6f oz. Toilet SoaP 3 ,;
In her eyes she concedes their low sky-scraperish the new Flor-
marriage already a flop*, !da Theatre .Is-beginning( to look! Charley E. Johns I Crab Meat, can ,,29c Octagon -.!-

CVOICE R of I Seems be makes far above the Call and Wa.nut wilt,seem Agency
f be f average enlisted man's stipend nore like Broadway and 42nd I

1 P6otop eat but blows !It .all- n To cap the climax he recently 'it I &iP FOOD SJORES
"bad another girl's picture 118 Eat Call Street ,

e.ll ..wnMlmm laelm tinted" i, Woeful waitress has Summer Simmer All Telephone 236 ,- Fla.
uaaa.nw 1 quit her man..and doesn't even teed: at Burden's boarding they house IS 1 ill E. Call l"St. Starke,


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; LOCAL NEWS a aI. Mr. and Mr. L. S. Hutto had I I Mrs. Tillman Hutto spent the :Mrs C. C Mendoza rand son. I atives' -be-- fa eurvired >ty!? a 'alf! ,' 111r i

as their guest* the first of the pant week In Columbia S. C.? Cliff. 'Were here Wednesday visiting :ler, Mr.* Ira W. Jtndreu, ''of y ,
week Mrs. H. C. Hope of Wild. vialtlng her slllte! -ln.la\V, Mlsa w e t. e
I her Funeral
parents Mr. and Mrs. T Starke/ .

I I. and MrS.Ja.cksonv11le.D. E. Knight" ] Thomas Mrs. Tom and Hardin Kenneth, Mrs.Thomas R. A. Dr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Palmer I wood.S. C., J.and L.1 Bevins. S. Hutto of Rldgevllle of Dor, r Carolyn) Hutto. J. Griffin. Mrs, Mendoaa returned 'held at the grave In, Dekla, Ceme-i l ', k

FridaY In I spent Monday In Jacksonville. and children of Jacksonville were chester, S. C. home the same day but little Cliff I tery Wednesday1'' afternoon wtth
guests '
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Morgan of Palmettowas remained for a two weeks visit the Rev. L. A. Shepherd offleiwatlng.
Miami l
Andrews of I E. S. Matthews. t
root week itin* her Col. D. B. Knight and Col.! H. i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Owen and here this week visiting her with his grandparents, while Dr. i
this V. Knight spent Wednesday at Miss Marjorie daughter Miss Barbara Owen, 1 son Sgt A, Cancelmo Morgan and Mrs. Mendoza and Miss.

.W j- Johns. court In Green Cove Springs. of Jacksonville Is Sue Middleton spent three days this week In I who la stationed at Camp Blan Thelma Johns will be on a vaca- t

week with her spending this Winter Haven their former home. ding. Sgt. Morgan ban Just undergone tion trip In the West. DRIVE. IN i\ND'. b
speRt Sat- grandmother, Mrs. ,
Cockfield -
Ann Mr. Owen Is the manager ofEdenfield'a an operation on his kneeas
sa Miss rewe-.l W. E. Middleton.
iWtlnv Gayle went to Bar-
nigh/ In Gainesville ":' .' tow .Tuesday and while there will Jewelry I the result of a football In- Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sutler- LET VS FlIA' ,.
YarbroUgh. time .
Dot be the guest of Miss Martha J. L. Sllcox la,a special officer I jury some ago.Mrs. field of 226 Temple Avenue, had .." ..
I In Starke Mrs. R. A. Gahagan and son, as their week-end guests Mrs. "
and tetra F. S. 'Smlth'tof; Long. I policemen ,while relieving the various Powell Gahagan. of Savannah I Bill Sapp, whose husband Sattei field's father and mother YOUR TANK WITH : 4

Okla., are guests of Mr.. they are on theirsummer Ga., were here last week visiting Is a private In the army stationed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward of v y
a .... vacations.
frs, Fred Flume. MIs Roberta Whitfleld, of the I IMI's. I Mrs. Gahapn' father, Mr. L. C. at Camp Blanding, left Starke Miami. Mr. Ward la connected THAT POWERFUL' ;' $
State Farm spent several days Powell. Miss Etta Tlson and Mr. this week for her home in Avon with + '
E. S. Matthews I II the Seaboard railroad and
of St., Auce this week with Miss spent two Park. She has been here several
Lewis ,
and Mrs. L. 0: Powell. Mr. {
Glen "; days this E Satterfield la with the Blan-
ia here this week'vlsil.I .: Sewell. in Jacksonville ad' \ 'inP r m!;I.months, working first at t h eGuidon a 1
was and while there ding Center, Inc., at Stuke-
was the II
Grill and the
Middleton, I lately at ,
Miss Mlldg I p i it I of Mrs. G. W. Mozo. Jackie Joe Murden of AtlantaIs : I ;
'Charles Knight I la Cottage Inn. which cloned 11 a
upending; the guest of his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Maxwelland ..
> T. p Shepherd spent last this week with Johnny Garner of r Mrs K. G. Duncan and Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. *J. M. Alvarex, at doors this week. their son and dauehle -1n- r ij

| visiting,, relatives In;" Lake Butler and is expected home L. Beasley will leave Tuesday: for their Klngsiey 'L a k e cottage i Miss Isabel Fernandea has re- law, Mr.: and Mrs. O. 1(. Maxwell .YOU'LL GET MORE
Montlcello/ Saturday I |
lilboocheeand I Blowing Rock. N. C.. where they where he will visit for the nextthree I turned to Starke after beingawarded ,'are moving to Mlddleburg1 thlaweek. MILES\ PER" GALLON'GOODYEAR'
will spend two weeks.: or four weeks They have been .occupying -
her Master of Arts degree -
I. and Mm. H. wertheim and Mrs. Pkla.Mcton of Lake Worth 'I during the summer session the Epperson cottage on

Idauehurs, of Tampa were hAs teen* visiting her soninlawand Lt. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Jr.? H. G. Connor of'Lakeland returning at the University of Florida. She Kingoley Lake, but ..tbe''lake la ;

I Sunday visiting Mr. and daughter, Mr. and !trrs. L. of Ft.. Benning were guests of from his summer vacation -i will return In the fall to Florida too nol y now for us," they nay "

I W B. Sewell. O. Cowdry. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, W I In Black Mountain N. C..I' State Woman' College In Talla- I Mr. Maxwell supervised c o ii.struclion .!
------- -- ..-..- --."-, Hayes Sr.,, last Sunday. I spent the week-end with his son- has f'e. where ,she Is a memberof of several public buildings -' TIRES, TUBES 'w.
--- In-law and daughter, :Mr. and >; the faculty In the language department. In Starke, and Is now employed ir.s II
'' Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. James Holllngsworth. it Camp Blanding In the AND BATTERIES k
NSURANCE"A'NDBONDS expect to leave Tuesday for a vacation >ame> capacity.

trip to Clayton Ga., and :Mr. and: Mrs. R. C.' Buford r .r.--r, .4 {
Clifford fay of Palatka has
points In North Carolina. I spent Sunday In Jacksonville and
accepted a position with i the Ury G. Sapp Dies '
Miss Gloria Buford. their daughter Bitch
HAROLD IV WALL AGENCYConstant Bradford Hardware Co. Mr. & Gaines
Mrs. O. L. accompanied them upon their
Beasley went to Massey Is an experienced bard. Ury G. Sapp, 46. Union County
Tampa yesterday to spend a short return home after .spending three ware man and will move his family tax collector, died early Monday(
time at the home of her parents, weeks there with relatives.Mrs. morning In an Ocala honpltal,
to Starke soon. They will 7 7On
Service Over 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. have an apartment with Mrs. J. hospital after a brief Illness. lie Service Station,, +

Charles Burton and J. B. W. Morgan on Madison St. won a lifetime resident of Union lit
lease Phone 146 Starke Enos Hayes'returned" to workat Rowe returned from Jacksonville County and had many friends In Temple, ,Ave; 'Ilts

Koch's Drug Store last Thursday Friday after spending several Mrs James. Walnwrlght. 0 f Bradford County Among his rel-

after being absent from work days visiting relatives there Lit- Dade City and sister, Mrs Jennie -- fcw.-n.
.... .... auo-.. ....... '-011 because of several weeks Illness., tle Jimmy and Gayle Rowe returned Lou Treble" of Sarasota, were here rv ,F

with them for a short Wednesday and while In town FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Miss 'Betty'Haves,,/ spent last visit. called on Mrs., J. W. White and Many Years Experience !'IakNIt Pee.ebb for Me t4t Render't'
RITZ THEATREPROGRAM week'' In Gainesville visiting ,relatives other old friends. Mrs. WaInwright KFTICIKNT." PROMPT and OOfTRTEOVfl BKBVIOKMODKRATB '
Mrt. and Mrs A. G. Ludwig Mr and Mrs. L. V. Anderson and Mrs. Noble were PRICES r""

and 'Mr, and Mrs. Street have recently moved to Starke reared In Starke and "lived here DeWITT. C. JONES, t a

WEEK OF AUGUST 3RD. Dendy.Misa. I from WUllston. Mr. Anderson Is until after they were m rrled. Btarke ;Florid i a.. e

employed at one' of the branch ,........ ..r..r..... ....rrrr i ...a '' '
Evelyn Stump leaves todayon post exchanges at Camp Blanding, Irving Hugel of the Camp Blan n
Preview Showing at 11:30-MIDNIGHT SHOW a Nan Estes Tour through and they are looking for a place ding Military Headquarters has CLUTE-REALTOR '
W. T.
Saturday August 2 Canada and the New England to live. Just returned to Starke after a

Regular Showing Sun Mon. .Aujr.3 4 states. She will be gone two two weeks vacation spent In New F. II. A. LOANS '

'ROAD TO ZANZIBAR" weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. Ward left York City. While away Mr. We want the Hating on your property

With Bb' Hope Dorothy Lamour, Bing Crosby Starke Tuesday for a vacation in Hugel reported that he saw bull the We have some wonderful properties-.for; ,Bale '
mighty good k
Giants play a
News Shorts Mlsa Madge Middleton spent and near Marietta Ga. Next Sunday "
several days last week In St. Au- they will attend a reunion game visited I I some of New See us about your Real] Estate Needs + .ar"sr
York's night clubs and had a 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 ii kw.t'
Tuesday, Aug DOUBLE FEATURE gustine and while there visited of the Ward family at the old

Hit No. -"A WOMAN'SFACE"With Mrs O. J. Griffin' and other. farm home In the country near grand time. .
friends. Marietta. .
Joan' Crawford

Hit ;Vo. "BLONDE INSPIRATION" Mrs. Sallie Tlson, who Is making Miss Nora DI.\\ Val. who has I isi e
an' extended visit in Tampa for the past .week been the guestof '
'With John Shelton, and Virginia Grey with her sister Mrs. N. N. Nor t her cousin Miss Lucile Mitchell -I'

Also Selected Shorts ton. Is spending a few days at left Monday for a short visit J w I

her home here. with an aunt In Quincy, and will n ePARAMOUNt > M '
Wed. and Thurs. Auar 6 7 I

"THE DEVIL and, MISS JONES". The new chef'at the Paramount then return, S. C.to her home in Columbia r I a ... ..i 1 i" "1 :" ..r' .jtoO\,\;o!,?" ,.4w,!SfWh> .r .I ly

With Jean ''Arthur Grill Is Frank Fel'ral'a-one, of ru '

Added-M G M News and Wings .pf rSteeI.! New York City's finest arrivingIn Mi';, and Mrs. ,Mallory Thomas
Stnrke. from that-metropolis,, had 'as guests the first' of the I wa .

Friday, August DOUBI20,'F);A TURE Tuesday night., week Mr. and Mial: J. W Lewis :GRILL L Lhl rN
Hit No. I-fflJ-IILLION'DOLLAR BABY" and two sons, L. O. and Johnny
Mrs.. H. O. Rivers returned to Lewis, of Jacksonville, and ..Mr i
With Priscilla.Lane and Jeffrey Lynn her home In Auburndale Monday and Mrs. P. S. Crews of the i t

after a visit here with her brother- State Farm. +e

Hit No. "LAUGHING AT DANGER" in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.

With Frankie Darro Also Cartoon Mallory Thomas. Little, Cornelia came Carroll Wednesday, of Jacksonville to. ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL ;: ? t ; ,,

Saturday. AuPiist DOUBLE FEATURENo. Mr.' and Mrs. J.,'A. Gilbert of spend two weeks with her grandmother .
Lexington Ky., are guests this Mrs. F H, Long, while
week of M.... and Mrs. H. C. her parents. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. : ,4,n.' t.-,

Bill Boyd Ritch. Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Carroll, are In the mountain of -., : OF \jr/ ;;,; ;, ..,\

Ritch are cousins. North Carolina. i, '. ,
No. MUTINY IN THE ARTIC"With :' "" '
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Dick Arlert and Andy Devine I Mrs. D. P Carpenter Mrs. T. Mrs. L. A. Davis, has received "' FRANKFAMOUS ) ,,'Ie' J.\.. ."'.".. ,
Also Mysterious'iDr.: Satan --.No. 14 T.. Long and son Tom, returned notification of her appointment >,1. I" ?.,.L. ,J << ear
home Monday after a visit in by Governor Holland to member "" 1 r
I Winston-Salem. N. C., with Mr. ship on the Slate Advisory Com ; y .., c l' .J 1", ry t
I .. \ : ; t
Gardens and Food Con.
and Urs. C. S. Lindsey. mittee on I''.. .i ( :, ; {
servation, a tub-division of the ITALIAN CHEF I.l'/. I,l"tt : : ,: w4y
NAT SEZ: >' ,.:,: i. \ ,, .
Dr. W. E. Middleton, who Is State Defense Council. r e >r
t rl
Never'bPfore) In the history, of spending some time at his campat i o .I-h' h '.
t ;.t''IIW'' ,.rr I.
thlcountry; have there been no Piney Bluff Ga., was here Mrs. O. W. White returned : ('

many newspaper columnists. I Sunday and Monday but returned home Monday after spending two FORMERLY: OF N. Y.'LA' PALINA'': / j":v '.. .. 7t'r

: Imagine that they ,do a lot of Tuesday to his'camp. weeks visiting relatives In Atlanta ,, n ,; ,
good bat I also.wonder If every ,. Ga. While away she also t; ,

thing' they write IB true. Mrs. E. J.Dshmer, of the Petite visited her son-in-law and daughter. i _

]I It la all true we are Inn hell Photo Studio, left the first Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Savage SPECIALIZING, IN ", i' y ,s
''of -a meas.; of the week to spend a six weeks'vacation In Cblldersbtirg. Ala. 4 M

I cant help but believe that some with her mother,' Mrs. >. ; ,,' .' .
j <
of them,,when they run out ofrlean Eva Allen, In Cadillac, Mich. Miss Beth Ford formerly from I. csr .
stuff dish out a little dirt of Lakeland GRlLllED'f' : '
Detroit Mich., but now, I ITALIAN SPAGHETTI AND HOT \
Jnat to' fin up.thlr column. her return home froma '
and Odessa on '
I :Misses: Olelta ,u.'r.' 'sy
this trip In the north and east, J' .r', +
In Jacksonville a ::
Thomas are l'
week visiting their brother and etopped'OVU in SUrke for a few ' ;! *(t 4 'r.'' *t'i$ H l 1:
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and Mrs. M. day' visit with her uncle and ; SANDWICHES '
sister-in-law, Mr. ,I
SUMMER SPECIALSSilk Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow.Mrs. J -
C. Thomas.Mr aunt. '" "" ;' /.t. ,,. ." .. \. ..,n' .V; ,
I Lake '""if' 'II,,\, ',.", .rr i "" ...
+. and Mrs. G. C. Bates and James L. Hair, of Ar !'j. '., '-. '{M:. .
Jersey Tom Sawyer I three children of Went Palm I City was the guest Tuesday of I I"" J\-,, A ; '."' }.... J
to her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. ;,. ., ..... .. -,- .... .. ,. .. -O'gJ.-'tll- "
PLAY SUITS Boys Slack Suits Beach will arrive Sunday '1' "f"" : .//'I err
visit Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White and Mrs. James Holllngsworth. ? .. id''a' '. .r'l'l; 9 Lorn- >**
former price $8.95 .A regular $2.50 value ( Mrs. Bates is Mrs. White' sis Mrs. Hair, Mrs. P.' C. Holllngs '* .'f't'' Mslt
special' worth and little daughter, "Pen li ,r d :1. J"'
sale price our special price ter. ny," were Jacksonville visitors : SERVING FROMSaturday : ; .

$6.95, Now '$1.98 Mra. Roy Smith of Tenllle Tuesday. > A,

_ ,' Ga., Is expected: to arrive tomor 4' : '{IIIII ..e s
row and will spend two weeks at Oliver Hutto, son of Mr. and I
Regular $2.98 '*f-' f Vanette and Holeproof who is stationed '
the home of her brotherinlawand Mrs. L. 8. Hutto '

SILK DRESSES NYLON HOSIERY Duncan.slater, Mr,. 'and Mrs. K. O.' week-end at Camp" with Blanding homefolka, spent beforeleaving the Aug. f2t; : ,

_ 2 for $5.00 $1.35Something for maneuvers In Loulal-, r,_', I'J l
He and his motherwent j'
Mrs. C. M. Fowler of ,Pensa- ana tomorrow. .r' '
In the home of to Jacksonville Monday on ;$t1t t
cola was a guest'
Mary Barron New., Mrs R. A. Thomas Saturday. 1 business. '/ , .
.. .r L ,_,_ H T ., ,
Slips for Ladies Nylon Underwear Upon her return her daughter '- .,.;."
Marguerita accompanied her to Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith

one Quality $1.98Jersey Panties $1.95Special Pensacola. I and children of Orlando are vacationing -
I at Kingrfey' Lake and At ThePARAMOUNT- ,

Mr. and Mr* W. E. Thornton I are occupying one of the Beaileyottagea.

Silk > have as their gleatJJMR. Thorn I: Last week-end they
SLACK SUITS' LACE CURTAINS ton's sisters. Mrs. I. O. Carter of J lad as guests Mrs. Lynn Bell and a
R Valdosta Ga., and their' niece. Ur.: and Mrs. Edwin Cooper.. allf

ll'Ular price 10.95 a variety shades I Miss Nettle Lee Dennison of I> Tampa.A .

Special sale price a regular $1.25 value Plant CIty.Clarence.
party of Methodist young GRILL.y '

$7.95 $1.00ffFERNEERG'S Rhoden policeman. U"field I people will leave Monday to spend : i'
.man" for the Modern I II a week at Camp O'Lena near WirBI1'S !
Woodmen of America, for this I II Lake City. Those composing: thaarty :;
I in Virginia 'Sewell ," Barbara 115 Call Street Starke Florida'I .
I area, and would like- to get I> are 't
touch with any or all old members : I: Keen Frances Colley IaryWI.ldon .
Frances Powell and .. ,
l with a view to establishing .' ,
.I Ian active organization la Sta/fcA. 3iUy J .Smith. I


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Et'tl AUGwJtH.olJR.fA: M Trade Road Grade I How- To PreventTroublesome I Eight Months Is A Long Time ;1-c 10 : ACCCgpI

For Borrow Pit MoldIn To Go A. W. O. L. From This Man's Army \ I'eJleveCOt
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H J, Rolling, who lives on his the way taxes are asnesaed. ," 3 Because "the County has no Rainy Weather W. B. Sawyer, who had em- was his wife and was 19 years of Hquld

a own 120-acre farm 8 miles west E Brown, who lives on a 120- money with which to buy rlght- blood Just enough fluid to make age were on the streets TuesdayIn

,, of Starke is practically a new- acre farm 8 miles out on the Lake o&-way," according to W. M. Edwards Those troublesome' unsightly newspaper reporting an easy Job, a 1939 Pontiac with a Florida 666 IO,Sys

comer to Florida. He bought hla Butler road said last Saturdayin chairman 0 f both the molds that show up on food, told his own story Tuesday morn- license tag. He also seemed to Drupe

i i farm In 1926 and came down "off discussing the new Florida tax Board of County Commissioners clothes, shoe, and other thing Ing about deserting Uncle Sam's tire of hiding from nt Itary Try "Rub-MY-TI'OIt Cough" u'eM

and on," but actually moved to laws. "It's all the same whether and the City Council, the Councilat during Florida's' rainy season maybe Army of fighters. He had beenin authorities so telephoned his old I ) aLbuuuooe

4 < : Florida in 1934 from Minnesota' the assessment Is rained and the a called meeting T u e day prevented or controlled b y the regular army six years, friend Captain M. B. Banes, who

Among the many things; that millage lowered, or the assessment night unanimously voted to help careful handling of articles which and seemingly getting tired of was transferred sometime ago r

; '; 1'', Starke and Bradford County hope lowered and the railing out In at least one instance A.I commonly provide favorable con- army life, eight months ago ran from Fort Benning. "I think I YOU
to get from the Government as a raised. It's all the same in the : J. Thomas, G. A. Gay and J. R. ditions for their d eve 1 o pment, away from Fort Benning Ga, and will be discharged: tomorrow" he SAVE with

part of the $150,000,000 appropriation long run, since we have just so I Kelley, owners of the City Park Erdman West,. State Experiment hid out around hIs home In Excel, told a reporter, "as my period of EVERY
: S by Ctongress a few days much taxes to pay." subdivision, agreed to give the Station mycologist, said today. Ala., working for the Southern enlistment will be over then. SHAVEIIERE'9 ;

i r: rt ago a* an aid to National De- With reference to Starke and City of Starke a strip, 40 x 640 Molds Mr. West explained, are, Poultry Co., of M o n t g o mery. Either that, or I will be given a -

tense Mr Rolling says he would Bradford County's share of the feet to be used aa a drainage fungi that cause 'a conspicuous "They came out after me several and three months for deser-
put the building of access roads $150,000,000 which Congress recently ditch and borrow pit for dirt to dusty growth, whit or colored times" he said, "but I was always year HOW Vou
throughout the county as the I appropriated to aid in national make certain fills near Road 261 on articles they attack. They accidentally out when they ar- tion." He was picked up and 8AVl

/ greatest benefit to the farmers defense, Mr. Brown would along Alligator creek, in
Next he would place schools, and like first to see the county get the grading of approximately terial, particularly that which is He and a woman whom be said "jeep." menu that wane

it thirdly a health center hospital access. roads: next an adequate 1,000 feet of roads. The prop- I moist or In a moist atmosphere mean actUII; )

+i' As to the war, Mr. Rolling city-county jail; then a health erty is within the city limits of I If allowed to develop,, they will when our barber give ?.

? 14 said: "I think Russia will do better center and hospital, and lastly; Starke. render any article unsightly and Jobless Benefits Bank ClearingsAt service In the least time|

If she doesn't quit. Russia adequate schools.: Of course, all John T. Bize, field assistant damage It"severely.To Figures for: the first six months Record High -,
never has finished a war to the those things mentioned In the of- to the right-of-way engineer, rep- help folks with this problem r revealed 2. In
of the that 350 money!lOur
: end She did herself a great In- ficlals'! priority list would greatly resented the State Road Depart- the mycologist 'offered the year I Bank clearings showed broad low pn

jury a few years ago when she benefit Starke, be said, but not ment, while Mr. Gay represented following suggestions; workers, In Bradford County received country-wide increases over a give you the benefit of let J

d'1 had a purge and killed off several the entire county and the farmers the City Park subdivision Mr, Damp shoes are particularly $3,696.50 'in "jobless bene- year ago according to a recent I savings Jn outlay for '

thousand of her beat gen- Edwards thought the grading susceptible to molds. Dry shoes fits" through the Florida Industrial shaving equipment Up"k']
Dun and Bradstreet.The 1 and
e, W erase They were trained in Ger- Speaking of the war, Mr. could be done for around $100. thoroughly before putting them, Commission. Total for the report by (

'( ', V many. I am of German descent Brown said: "I don't know much The canal will be straightened away and keep them In a shoes! : state during the same period was total for 23 leading cities S. Convenience
myself. What I want us to do I is about It; I just listen to the radio. out and the surplus dirt will be rack where they will get plenty of was $5,590,918,000, or 339 per You save i

dad to continue as we are doing Of course, I know we'll have to used in the fills. ventilation. It's a good Idea to $$2,056,199,83.. cent more than in the comparableweek I the convenience of time

; ; keep on sending supplies over go over there, but we'll win. Lots in the new subdivision will clean and polish shoes, as polish Workers who are covered under in 1940. WLen compared money and you also Ii

( I there and keeping our men out I Sending troops to Iceland," he sell at price ranging from $50 makes them,look better and also he state unemployment compensation with the preceding week, how-: on a shave that is eD

of the war. continued, "is very Important. IiI to $100, A. J. Thomas said Wed- : protects them; from. molds. > program draw these ever, the aggregate was $1,613-1 done!

s'- "We won't get into the war I was too young for the other war, I nesday. Perspiration grease, milk, or benefits> as a matter of right, 680,000 less b e c a use the July

7 right away," Mr. Rolling, con-and ,too old for this one" other food stains are fertile sInce the fund from which they I 4th holiday shortened the weekto

tined "We're In it now; but Ger-f I Mr. Brown has planted this HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD ground for development of moldson are paid, is built up by the workers -. 5 days against 6 last week. City Barber Shop|

many just hasn't started fightingus |year peanuts, corn, sugar cane, clothlns.. Keep clothes clean with credits earned while I| Detroit continued to lead the

yet. Pretty nearly every nation -i sweet potatoes, field peas, string and dry In a well ventilated place. working in covered employment. country in percentage gain overa AndBradford

of any consequence U In it, beans and velvet beans. "I have PEACHESBy Don't put away clothes until they Under no circumstances are they, year ago chalking up an Increase -

J; now except Sweden-yes, and:!had i pretty good luck getting helpon Isabel S. Tbursby have been dry cleaned. based on charity or need. of 67.8 per cent. St. Louis, Barber|
Turkey and Switzerland and I I
I[, the farm," he said, "In spiteof Extension Food Economist Musty odors from furniture Louisville and Philadelphia fol- Shop
Spain and Portugal! But Spain I is the higher wages paid at Camp No one has to be told that come from molds which grow in Newcomer To City lowed with gains of better than

iv a 'baabeenVAs Standing" peaches are one of our most delicious spots made on the upholstery by 40 per cent.

> to who will win the war summer fruits. Ripe, red, perspiration food, or even hair Albert ("Al" )Wheeler Is a new

and.,when it will end, Mr. Kol- I Raymond Crew and his brother and flavorsome peaches, peeled, oil. Treat spots with dry'clean- employe of the Petite Studio-

ling 'aald: "It will last a year or John Crews live on' the old home cut up, sprinkled :with a bit of Ing fluid and dry them as 'soon Mr. and Mra.+E; J.'Uahmer, pro-

; more I think, but how much!'1 I place'consisting of a 40-acre farm sugar, and covered with cream a* possible after they are"dJ cov- rietors-In Mrs. Vida Morgan's .' ENJOY:AN EVENING'SENTERTAINMENT

ry; longer than that I do not know. out 3 mile West of Lawtey. Raymond are such a widely popular'dessert ered. Mold growth on furniture news stand. Mr. Wheeler Is
!+ That Is too far In the future for Crews thinks that county that we have come to say, may be sponged off, dried, treat- from Talladega, Ala., and came

+'l me. But I don't think we willet roads are the most Important of Peaches and Cream," when we ed with dry ,clealngr fluid, and down two months ago to visit his

in it any deeper than we are the dozen things the county is consider anything that baa turned then thoroughly aired. Ade- brother, Ben Wheeler, who is stationed -

alreadY Of course, that all depends trying to_get appropriated by the out exactly as we want it. quate ventilation of furniture and at Camp Blanding. He Bathing Boating Bowling Billiards
: on how Hitler and ,
; Germany Government in this area. well, the peach crop is comingIn mattresses 1 is effective in pre- found work at once and remainedIn
act. I don't think Hitler wantsto
-. "we nave no roads, he said { now, and It's one of the biggest venting mold If mold has Starke. He first operated an
fight ua. Saturday "They won't even grade on record. So let' get full grown deep into the padding or automatic picture machine for And Many Other Sports
the road we do have. mattress call trained I Miss Meals Martin and came
They benefit of this plentitude of dell> a upholsterer -
'It make no difference about II I have been going to grade them, iou* peaches, using them fresh, to remedy the trouble i with the Dahmers two weeks ago.

and going to grade them, but canned, pickled, and In the many Molds attack many foods that

AUTO PARTS never have done it. And we havea other way that tempt 'the appetite are not kept under refrigerationor I a week thereafter until the BAR-B-Q TRAILER PARK

/' good school at Lawtey, so what and satisfy the taste. in cool, ventilated receptacles.Few wound ..la healed. CHICKEN DINNERS

USED TIRES. REBUILTORNERATORB. I we need Is good roads." Here are some recipe that are molded foods will cause Fire should be kept away from SHRIMP COTTAGESGOOD
li Mr. Crews has planted pinder guaranteed to please serious trouble, but some persons the benzol at all times, and the
CLASS OA8II FOR ,and corn, to fatten his 10 head' Peach lee Cream suffer attacks of indigestion if mixed smear should be kept FISH DINNERS FISHING

OARS AND TRUCKS IN of hogs they eat such fooda. Clean and closed to prevent the benzol from COLD DRINKS BEER ON TAPKINGSLEY
.r/r ANY CONDITION. Requirements: 1 pint milk 2
I sun the bread box frequently, evaporating.
tablespoons flour, 2 tablespoons
A. A. Ann, who owns a 75-: keep most foods in the refrigerator -
Used Autos $25 up water, 1 cup sugar, 2 egg-yolks,
acre farm at Lawtey, thinks that and promptly dispose of food
the first 1 cup heavy cream, and 2 cups "Excess Acid saws.youpain.olStomsch.
county's and most important
HASKINSAUTO j I scraps. '
peach pulp and juice. i FR-EE
need right now, among I r i: A leak,, in the house should be 1
PARTS the (things requested from the Scald milk. Mix flour and cold |' Ulcers Indigestion,
: promptly repaired and water
I North of Tow,on Road''' ISSiaySSfek Ooverjunent! } is good roads, with ,' water to a, smooth paste and add which has, come:;Jnto the houseIn Blo.tingCaaH.artburnB.lching,
I 'a," health 'cent'r'! ifospital ranking I'to it slowly the scalded milk, : Nausea, get a free sample of UDGA FRONT: AMUSEMENT PARK
this way orthrough] open windows j .
second.( ":A, health center is oneof stirring constantly. When thick- and a /r.. Interesting booklet atOARPENTER'S --- -
-- --- -- should be.
about 13 minutes. Add mopped up as ON ROAD
the finest things sugar and 48 NEAR CAMP BLANDINGLIFE'S
I any place .
soon as possible for molds are
II I could! have-especially this place ened, cook over hot water for DRUG STORE
II liable\ to form.on the wood-work. I
I he'said Saturday. ."I don't know egg-yolks and cook two
Mold found on bare wood in the
'r I If that wouldn't come first" minutes watching carefully to "
home should be off
wiped promptly -

; I,I II I I "These follows Center Then he;:are and((1)again beat Schools((3)revised) from Good; ((2)the his'Health stand-list roads as This peach cold avoid, makes add curdling plup,cream and a smooth the Juice custard.,and rich and' vanilla cream.freeze.When, of paint the and on home the the should with wood interior be dried.or rubbed exterior Moldy off f UnCflOUIIlfD C R 0 n f DH HEROES f fnO

and replaced new paint. All
point of the farmer," he said. Peach Surprise Sherbet I
paint should contain mold-pre-
"A neaitn center is very Important Requirements: 2 cups sugar, 1
venting material. ,
," Mr. Annls continued."A quart water, 1 teaspoon"' gelatin, A THE MAR WHO
: poor cracker here with the 2 cups peach pulp, 1 lemon, and Molds. that attack humane t.
bellyache la in bad shape One 2 oranges. cause Itching, abscesses, and ACCEPTS THE THIRD \

1 thing we need here baa never Boll sugar and water togetherfor more serious complications. Cer- LIGHT OR, A MATCH
tain preparations have been
1I been applied for-and that, la a five minutes, add the gelatin'* S
I county hospital. A county hospital often In cold water. When mix- found effective In treatment of Full of courage 'indeed is ,the
infections hands and
In connection with the State ture 1 Is cold, add peach pulp, fungus on man who flaunts superstition
Board of Health feet, but infections of the nose, even
would be ;
a,, wonderful which has been pressed through
and other of with his fingers crossed
ears parts the -
'thing, where
poor peoplewithout a sieve, and juice of lemon and
Perfect Work body should be treated promptlyby hearted trail-blazer whom
money go and be orange Freeze men of
taken care of." a physician. valor do well to follow.
At Low CostGet VtMfbt and ButtermilkThis ,
Referring to the war, Mr. An- I
la a unusual
somewhat Lift
rid of those annoying nil said! "It Is going to be along recipe for some folk, but can New RemedyFor your glasses high and

noise. lie certain your drawn-out affair, over 6 or be sure its tip-top in the summer you Screwworms drink a toast to such bravery with 4: f '"
radio Is performing cor 8, In the end smooth mellow j
year nobody will time. JAX Beer the,
rectly. w. will Inspect U win. But I look for the English Repels and KillsA famous Drink Q .O f
FREE( Requirements (for four servings Friendship JAX ,
and Americana
to be
,We' Rave A Complete Line of I That Is not a broad on top statement righton. ): 1 ,quart fresh", buttermilk; new remedy which both kill Beer, i is downright good ... great ) I s I

New Tube -to say that nobody will 1-2 cup cream 2 teaspoons and repels' has been found satisfactory companion! for life,'* great moments. 4,
win the war. The fight will be powdered sugar (it dissolve I and economical for treating
MAYES'Radio quicker than other forma), 3
i no long that the Indebtedness will large screwwonn infestations, it has
,, Service be so great that' ww' will hardlyever ripe peaches and 1-4 teaspoonalmond been reported to Dr. L. E. Swanson '

____ ._- ___ __ __ __ h___ __ pay out" extract. parasitologist with the Flor-
Mix cream and buttermilk, then
ida Experiment Station, by the
beat sugar1 into this mixture. U. S. Bureau of Entomology and I
Press peaches through a sieve and
Plant Quarantine,
< Jtefa add almond extract to them. Beat i
peach pulp Into buttermilk mix Known as Smear No. 62? It ,,4'' r % /
I consists of
RF7Y dlphenylamine (tech-
ture. Chill. Serve in tall glasses,
$ nical grade) 3 1-2 parts, benzol

9 Fencing Classes (commercial) 3 1-2 parts, turkeyred
oil (pH 10 or neutral) 1 I c 1.

Fencing classes are now underway part and lamp black 2 parts. All
part are by weight r'rrp
Do Your having been started two
Trading weeks ago upon the arrival of The 'dlpbenylamine is dissolved

elaborate equipment at the AmerU In the benzol, preferably by allowing -
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware
are can Legion Recreation Center. to stand for 12 or 24

certificates.given away with every $40 in trade Foil epee and saber are being hours. The turkey red oil Is added / t I

or Are Redeemed taught. Strange as it seems saberins and the mixture thoroughly

is more in demand by the soldiers !- shaken. The lamp black la then .
i. c if
SMITH'S'GARAGE than foils. Weekly prac- stirred In gradually and the mix-
You Cbooa
STARKE. FLORIDA tice bouts are held at the plat Ing continued until the compound :;;,'

Division Headquarters Recreation attains a smooth, even texture of .'

I Hall every Tuesday night to supplement about the consistency of, molas- '_.

fencing ,clauses at the sea. .
McCOY MANUFACTURING CO. Inc. I Center., The remedy U beat applied with 'i'f
I Sergeant Frank Manuel with I a 1-Inch paint brush. It isswabbed _

Gainesville Florida Sergeant McCoy have been quite Into the wound, care ulat..re

successful in organizing teams for being taken to see that It gets -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN the 31st Division. The Station I'Into all pockets, and painted \ ( ;;
Complement baa manifested its around the wound. For protect

LONGLEAF YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS Interest In fencing the last two ing unlnfested wounds it is sufficient

weeks to such an extent that It Is to cover the raw tissue

LUMBER & MOULDINGS surpassing: In number, !if not in and surrounding area thoroughlywith 0

quality, the 43rd Division's the
quotaof smear.
Direct From Manufacturer To You _
teams, However It Is antici- The remedy ii Is said t 0 kill I

pated that future fencing bouts screwworms quickly, many of you Can't
Buy Better
will reveal the quality of alt them dropping out and a Beer
Mill And Yards At GainesvillePhone carryingsome I 1
teams. of the At BEE RJAX
protective coating Any Price/ .. .
1.V'. Morel the ?
Instructor, an- with them. For this reason It
1237 or write Box 414 nounces that prizes will be i 11 advisable t o apply a second

ed tinguished to winning teams for award-I j treatment in 24 to 48 hours. IREWIJIC COMPANY. JacksonIk U ni fl *" B E
ability. Treatments should b*> given twice Flonda

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IEOUN'D' LAWTEY Still Worried Over Housing Problem? Why Not Build? GUM RRANCHB.v ing Mr. and Mr. J S. Bapp Sun-*. a

r With Ruby Moore I This Attractive Inexpensive Home Would End Your Troubles Mr*. Ktld ParrtfhMr. !,day.Mr.. and Mr, S. L Towery and

.. ... and Mrs Carlton Ctiasta-ln ..r '
'-- -, ---, -,. ---- ..-.,- '" --. daughter, Mary Fay, of Feman- p
..., "",",,, ..,.' ;." .., of Hampton were visiting Mr. dlna spent Tuesday night. wttfcMrs. '"' $'
T1l'0A TIER VERY nEST COOKIE 'as. "" .
,T POISON .tNDtptt3 RECIPE: ; -: ::;, i\\\\ '\" ".:' ''''''-. ,!' '' t '''k.w. ,),. .. and Mm. J. S. Supp Friday night, ., H. Keene.
JlOlt'-E Mrs.\. Nancy Keene spent a fewda1J children i
Toll <8"Ookl.<< ... as made bj' < Mrs. Wesley TllUes
In Jacksonville with Mr. and
the two mules Mrs IrV.. Enfield: I of Plant City have returned
morning Il Mrs. Dan Keene and at the bed u
II l two g
a'l Dlnkins 1 butter to their home after
Ch.rle. aide of Mrs, Ellen Johnson. e
I ,
t to :
nl to the feed I 34 cup brown sugar, visit here with her parents,
Edd Parrish of Jacksonville
the Jwni ue the Dtftklns I 3-4 cup brown sugar, and Mrs. J. N. Norman. wMr
spent Saturday night with ,hiswife
n quantity of c.tcket 2 eggs \ Mrs. Leila Purrtxh.Mv and, Mrs. J. S. Sapp wef !
A 1 soda the home of Jeff Un
been distributed over teaspoon and Mrs T. N. Norman visiting at
had week and 1 teaspoon hot derbill Monday
during last water I lad as their guests Sunday Mr.
m 1 the potsort hararelessly 2 1.4 cups flour, and Mrs.
index of Floyd Crosby and children
In the 1 teaspoon salt;, ALL KINDS OF BLOCKS'AN
left open of Rising. Mr. and Mr. A.
I 1 cup chopped nuts H. Hall and daughter of Jacksonville !) CONCIIETEVOKK

<) Sunday the barn door' 2 (7oz.) Nestles' Semi-Sweet and Mrs. H. M. McRae A. A. ANNIS Q '

n unfastened by the care: Chocolate, n of Pine Level. CONCRETE MATERIALS'' ,' w

It and the 1 teaspoon Vanilla. ISIS Washington ,SOpfKII'lte .
Groves Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae of
cisrcnce entered. Cream butter add brown a Pino Level were visiting Mr. and i Depot Phone 105 i.u t

morning came the Had sugar, then granulated sugar and I .'J Mrs Eldon Sapp Sunday after. .

lay mule dead and the eggs welt beaten. Dissolve soda noon. I IMi 1 ..*
one Mr Dinkins dosed the In hot water and add to first mix *, and Mrs. J J. Johnson and CENTRAL FIwV. TILE '

,ill imal, but to no avail. That ture. Add flour sifted with salt. children and Mrs. Linton Ricker- MARBLE CO. tl ,'* I
mule I died Add to this the chopped nuts and "" .11e ,s'lIl'hite and Miami '
the second son son Kenneth of "MVKI' 'VTMI>Q tier TH.HrhM
oOD chocolate which has been cut Into pent a few days here with relatives 11A1Phono i', w )

belonging to I. T. pieces the size of pea; blend in 1 i flee, Ilt n I ''y''a Np hr" ?I It

r COWS and a horse owned by vanilla. Misses Lucille and Haven Crosby Office i>i..ur I -... +. r,"M
j1.'l also have been Drop by half teaspoons on a and Mary Klla! Ward, all of TOT W. Hnnndarr .t At*. SI.4MINHWVI1.1.H. I
BrOwn F F1
sF cricket poison recently greased cookie sheet. Bake 10 clapboard Is one of [ Rising< and Miss Mary Loin Clark FLA..
by be exerted In to 12 minutes' in 375 degree F. the most popular exterior construction '. of Hellbrunn were vlslltng! Missi .,' 'i
should : I a )C ; Ix a A NIy
care #
r out of the way of oven. materials, and thl.n..at I.e. [ j Dorothy. Norman Sunday afternoon .lnnlmiM ('.r..'. V.nllllltxU .. S %k
g poison children as It YIELD: 100 cookies. one-story house shows, tIe [ Mrdlrl-i Cabieste h'r s" ,

II and small that they reason for this popularity. -- '' ,- Mrs W. F. Harnage Is spend. l.Mm;* "%" t.rks T. ...l_. Fror t ,
i be remembered not know Joe Shuford of Jacksonville The trend toward separating Ing a while In Lake City with ('......... MH>b.Blf>nl Bervlr 411 C Cri
t read aqd do spent last week-end in Lawtey the attached garage from the her aon-in-law! and daughter' Mr. r t 1 1t

they are getting. with his wife and family. I house by means of a breezewajror and Mrs Carl Dobbs. .-... .. .<--...
:ISON means DEATH, con- :Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck returned I covered porch is illustrated "
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
that way! here. The interior plan is conventional Shoes i
It home last week after spending ,- and son Gerald, Mr. and Mm. ,
some time in the home of her with the combination Made ,
NEW Eldon and .
El'TION FOR living room-dining room being Sapp son Rudolph, I' a.s ems
bit AUGUST 7TH. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and the only departure from the familiar I" I a and Miss Dorothy Norman were Like New .. 41 an
III I are cordially invited to Mrs! Charles Carter o f Tallahassee. pattern. to attending church near Lacrosse r

1 the reception given In Valued in the Midwest at I Sunday night.
of the Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Ward and children, 6700. this property was financed I Mr. and Mr. Homer Sterna

r, Fuller from 8:00 to Gloria Ann and Charles Edward with a Federal Housing have returned to their home in ,
x Thursday evening.7th. Ward of Birmingham Ala., returned Administration Insured LOO 5 *-t 5 .i' Michigan, \ after spending sometime ) fri
I o'clotk of .80(* 20 mortgage of this amount total appromatelr *!- .
at the Baptist to their home last Satur- mortgage $ Average monthly payments on a -year here with Mrs. Sterns' par
day after spending two weeks $37 exclusive of local taxes: and hasard Insurance.' The coat of a similar property: will vary: la ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr. I n"h
other localities + 1
"uiwtey resident and with :Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Arwood. and Mrs F. S. Shaw were 'r4IIIfJ '

lgrested friend are In- :Mrs. C. E, Strickland and daughter, Melba of New River, dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs F.
daughter Miss Dorothy Lee S. Sapp Sunday.R. .
Brooker BrevitiesBy were Sunday guests of Mrs. Arle
Strickland of Gainesville spent Brown and Miss Nona Brown. C. and HarUy Keene spent Don't wait nntU par shsus.am i

CE OF SERVICES Tuesday, July 22., at the home of and Mrs. Britton Alvarez the week-end with Mr. and Mr*. entirely won oat.Maya Ii .mac
CHURCH :Mr. and:Mrs. T. J. Terry. Marshall Mr. tliftra repaired now awl j ,
[GRACE Mrs. L.. L. rarker 1IYUN.LOU RAIIN Vanlce Keene at Woodlawn, rc e a;
of Pine were
will and children
Sunday services Strickland returned home oars the money yoa would
gUlar Mr. and :Mrs Hugh Rahn announce Mrs Jack Matthews and daughter
turned Sunday. August 3. with his mother and sister aftera SEWING CLUB MEETS the birth -of a daughter visiting Mrs. Alvaiez'. mother, have returned to their home pay for M W ...... W. gtv, s

rch School-10:00: A. M. two months' vacation with Mr. The Ladles Sewing Club held Myrna Lou, July 20 in Alachua Mrs Evelyn Crosby, Sunday. Tennessee after a week's visit you saving and satisfae I '

lining Sermon-11:00: A. :M., and Mr*. Terry. Its semi-monthly meeting July 15 County Hospital. Mra. Rahn was Raymond Brown of Plant City here with relatives UOM with qulek I ad dependable

icted by I''the Rev. Herbert Mr.: and Mrs. O. :J. Phillips and at the home of the president, formerly Miss Mary Sue Mott. spent Friday night with his Mr. and Mr*.. J. S. Sapp and ,,MI'\'I e.i Call .today fHollingsworth" eiv

brd. family spent last week-end In Mrs. B. F. Hazen. mother, Mrs Arle Brown. lie daughter Marie, attended churchat ,
Macon, Ga., visiting Mrs. F. Redd. i After a social hour of sewing Miss Eva Fae Gainey Is visiting was on his way to North Carolina Rock Saturday. '
[ MINISTER BAPTIST CHURCH :Mrs. H. l;. Arwood left July I delicious refreshments were served with her sister, Mrs. M. Collins where he la employed. Lume demons of Jacksonville :.
recent Illness of 26 to spend a week in Landrum,)I by the hostesses, Mrs. Hazen In Jacksonville this week. Miss Doris Crosby of New River spent Saturday night with J. A. rM
e to W.the Enfield the Rev. Mr. S. C., with her sister and other, Mrs. Grace ,Barry and Mrs J. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch' was a week-end guest of her' aunt, If amage. Electric,I Shoe Shop '
!Lee of
Id I tendered his resignation relatives. K. Douglas.Mrs. and Mr.son Rltch'were week-end parent, guests Mr. and Mrs Inei Kelly and Mr and I Mr and Mr*. J. C. Sapp and Opposite Park Theatre l9'a -

or' of the First Baptist :Mr. and Mrs Rex MIxon of Mattie Harvey of Red- Mr. L. A. Brown. Mrs, Alton Dobbs son of Sampson City were visit ..-.-.. .. ----- _...,- _... -." --'--' S{y
of Lawtey Sunday, July Jacksonville spent the week-end dick is spending this week with Mr and Mrs. Harvey Baxter Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oliver and I '1hn
with Mr and Mrs. W. H. (Billy) baby of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. !
d 1 left shortly thereafter tomy < Mr. and ,Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mrs. and children of Jacksonville were :
his wife to Calgary, Edwards, ..Jr."Mr.dMr8'. Thomas of Worthington visiting relative here last week. Martin Oliver of Plant City, Mrs. HONESTTOGOODNESSr'.l

a. Canada where she) will .. ? Paul McMurray Springs and :Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Mends" of Mr*. Annie Pin- Alice Oliver and Mrs. Sarah Underhill HOME COOKED M ALS h" t
n for the present In herr :Moore and small son Mac of of Lake City were dinner guests holster will regret to learn that of Pine Level were visiting .
r' home .1 spent Sunday afternoon Mrs. T. W. Markey bed Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and '' ...
ck80l'\vUle. of Mr. and she has been confined to her YOU GET YOUK.CUOICE..OF _A LARGE,_ .
: of
t Rev. Forbes Fuller of Lake I with- Mr.. : and 'Mrs. J. H. Sunda3LMrs. for several days,' tout seems ube family Sunday. VARIETY OP GARDEN FRESH VEGETAHLES M

a, S. Dak., ,haa been aped :Moo e. ., W. H.; Hinton has returned Improving at this", writing Mr. Clifford Dempsey and Earl ; AND NATIVE: AND WESTERN; *"
I to fill the pastorate here Mrs. Carl Wooten, Miss Anna to her home here with her Cora Crews Is still confined to Mates of Camp Blandlng and Miss MEATS t'y' w

| IB expected to conduct. ser Catherine Wooten, Joella Wooten lIOn' Joe, who has been in the her room and Herbert Hayes In Odessa McRae of Pine Level were '

I In the Baptist Church, Sun- and Wayne,Wooten left .Monday; hospital In Lake City, sufferingwith In the Alachua County Hospital dinner guests Thursday of Miss Short Orders Sandwiches Cool DrinkaTHEA&ACAFE p 11

Inornlng! August 3., evening to spend some time with a broken leg he received in in Gainesville. Doris Dyal. "

ft. Fuller attended the same Mrs. J. A.. Thompson of Macon an automobile accident between I, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conerly Mr. and Mrs W. R. Halolop/ '9'
Ga. Mr. Wooten expects to leave Starke and Brooker last week. of and family were visiting Mr. and
Iga u Mr. Enfield and was. and daughter are the guests Hack of Carpenter's Drug Store
I of bit classmates during. his Friday on his vacation and will Karl! Green and Cecil Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry this Mrs Earl! Kirby of Starke Sunday .

Ine for tbe ministry. I join his family In Georgia, and also victims of the wreck, but ,

In. Baptist: Parsonage is in they will accompany him on a all seem to be Improving. week.Mr.. and Mrs. Rural Dukes and I We are very sorry to report + ap"rwPOPULAR

ness: for the new minister: trip through se.veral nearby; Mrs. P. A. Crosby Is visitingher family of Dukes were visitors-here that little Elolse Dobbs Is seriously ATA

hit family the members of: states. sister, Mri. G. 'W Schofield Thursday I 111. Her many friends wish

Women's Missionary Union Mrs. I. B. Dinkins of Buahnell ll In Inverness.Mrs. :Mrs. H. H. Mott, Mr*. Morgan her a speedy recovery.Mr. i

5 delegated Wednesday July has been the guest of Mr. and Ben Crosby of Avon Park Tilghman and Miss Lubedla Pin- and Mrs H. B. Kelly and PRICE "

i cleanup day. .' Mra.'C. Dlnklns during this week. was visiting relatives. here last holster were shopping in Gaines son, Vincent, o f Jacksonville

Mrs ,J. H.: Moore spent Tues week. ville last week. were visiting friends and relatives Old i iIhhhulwau1kee'I ..
I'. MEETS day 'I evening and Wednesday in Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch of :Mr. and Mrs. Mack Collins and here Saturday.

R I MRS. V. R. REDDISII Jacksonville visiting her son-ln- Lawtey were visiting Mr. and daughter of Jacksonville were Clifford Dempsey of Camp

regular meeting of then I law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. H. P. Gainey recently. week-end guest of Mrs. Collins Blandlng, Miss Doris Dyal. and 't

Missionary Union was W. H. Edwards Sr. Mr. and Mrs. MOBS Frallcks parents Mr. and ':Mrs. H. P. Mrs Arle Brown spent Fitday '

1 Thursday July 24, at the F. R. Carradine attended the and Mrs. Stella Frallcks of Tren- Galney. with &1:.... Brown's brolher-In-law lc4 rt srf ,
i of Mrs.. V. R. Reddish. I ton were week-end guests of Mr. Hazen of and Mrs Beer _I
Florida Motor Lines Annual District Mr. and Mrs Marvin and sister, Mr. Charley '
e meeting was opened by : Meeting and Agent's luncheon and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Starke we revisiting relative McKinney, of Starke. f ggyyto ;
[ *. P. Wyrlck program chalr-' I Wednesday noon at the Seminole :Mr and Mrs. G. A. Barber were visiting here Saturday. Mrs W T. Crosby and son, .!Iii, N I u.ra N.

with the devotional service. I Hotel In Jacksonville. children of Gainesville L. O. Hazen :Mr. and Mra. 0.' C. Kelley William, and Mr*. Frank Nor- a
Floyd Ward presented a I Capt. and Mrs. R. W. Martin Mr. and were shopping In Gainesville man of Water Oak made a business l- ld ,
| Little Sins. trip to Jacksonville\ recently. lI
Miss. are aul
P!ns for I formerly o( Meridian crowd attended the Tuesday. vu, r.+aIifeaJ
the reception on among Lawtey's newest residentsand A large church :Mrs. Florence Varnadoe spent Mrs. Nona Dyal entertained at
nday. August 7 for the new I, are located with Mr. and Mrs annual meeting at Rock and Sun the week-end In Hague with rela. Hampton Lake Friday night In '

I"' and his wife were com- I Joe Peel. last Friday, Saturday tives. honor of the birthday anniversaryof nEW

has a three year day. her daughter. Mint Doris Dyal.
'tel'' the adjournment of the I Mr. Martin After a number of games were
of -.Ih
south week-end. -
PWM lease on the airport Wiggins, last ESRALD m
session RIVERBy cake and lemonade were rI
dainty dJta
san Starke where he ha s several NEW Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn and played s
and Ice tea were served. a personnel Jessie Lee Lazenby were guest.Sund.y served and many useful gift GREEN
os 1 present were: Mrs A.: Ail planes located of seven.-and employs family of of Hampton Mr and Mrs. Melton were presented to the honoree. BOTTLES ....,, ......,".'_.. ...lld raoaq, r usM

1Irs: J. T. Reddish.'. Mrs. Misses Hilda and Lily France.
Before locating In Starke Mr. home froma Kerce.
Mrs. L. C. Mizell I
i.r engaged in flying with their Green and< family of Ral-
Mrs. H. B. Martin was pleasant visit | Jeff
Arwood :Mra. very
1 Terry Mrs, Floyd Ward, and I Army bombing machines to England grandmother, Mrs. Hardy Williams ford were guests Sunday of Mr I

fX. P. Wyrlck. I'I' flying from the United of Axon. Ga. I and Mrs. Earnle Southerland. I

next States by way of Newfoundlandand lion of Mr.I :Mrs. Christine Cochran of Pa-
| meeting to be held Little Joe Kelly.
'the church on August 7. Ireland. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly under-' hokee w.s' the week-end Mizell guest and OUR SHOP IS THE MOST )
Galnelvme' ,
In of her brother
U. S.
VI''. and Charles Dlnklns of the went an operation
Kwn. Hazzard and Reserve spent the week- Saturday for the removal of his family. '
have been vacationing Naval He Is recovering MODERN FOR
and adenoids.
[bah Carolina during the end with his parents, Mr. tonsils and SUNNY BROOK FARM
Ih of Paul Dinkins. nicely.
July Mra.
114' Smoky spending Mount and several also The Fred.JMoores spent Saturday :Mr. and Mrs.. Dick Homestead Kennardand Ity MlM. ArauU. .' CrovbyBIRTHDAY WHEEL ALIGNING WHEEL BALANCING, AXEL kj
of ea
UI1g Mrs. Dickie
at Lake Junaluska DeLand visiting son S
While In.
:fOrth Carolina they attended Moore's parents, the Rev. and were visiting Kennard relatives at here one time Saturday Floyd Crosby entertainedfor AND FRAME STRAIGHTENING, STEERING CORRECTIONS

Sunday School service at the M.... E. D. Boyer. Mr. and her eight-yesr-old daughter, .
TDkee lad Ian Reservation I Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Cilchrl of I taught school taught at Brooker at Graham.She Wanda at a birthday party Monday BRAKE LINING ADJUSTING AND
Mrs. Kennard
Brunswick Ga., are visiting I Mrs. Miss afternoon from four to five
: will be remembered as
W. H Biggs. o'clock.Many. DRUM TRUEING.
returned Starbird.
Edwards Marguerite
Little Miss Ada little folks were present t r
of Gainesville
to Jacksonville Tuesday Mrs. M. S. Hayes variety of games, .. .. .. ..
several days as Saturday here visitingher and enjoyed a _-- ----- ----"- ----- -----, -- --- I
after spending spent which cake and punch were
Cason after
the guest of Miss Ann Moore. two sisters; Mrs. :Mary served. Tbe young honoree received FREE INSPECTION FOR COMPLETE CHASSIS '
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and Mrs. Rhoda Dowling. ,
their nelces. Mrs. M. L. Johns and many presents.
have as their guests Mr. and MOTOR AND BODY SERVICE ,
Miss Betty Boyer of Ocala, who family were guests Sunday of :Mrs. Fronle Johns.and children, ;

has Just returned from Jacksonville Mrs John's brother, L. L. Ren- Elizabeth. Clarence, and E. L., of ... .- --- ....
where she spent two weeks froe and family of Vanderbilt.Mrs. Auburndale are spending a few

with relatives, and Miss Lou Edwards Nona Priest and Mrs. days with Mrs. Johns' sister, Mrs.
JacCsonvUle, who Is Kate Shepherd have had as their Brown.
of M. Axle Torode Chevrolet Co. :
spending a week in Lawtey guest this week their father Mrs. Laura Moaely of Tampa Is ;
Fort White. ,
G. Dennis! of awhile with Mr. and
A. wedding anniversary for Lamarr Butler of Lake Butler spending Mrs. W. R. Halslop and Mrs. Inez
... R. P. Hanson !in this vicinity Sun-
Mr. and M. 29. CON I was visiting Kelly. Phone 111 Starke, Fla.;

who GRATULATIONS celebrated July! day.Little Otis Forsyth recently Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward Sunday of Ii ,
dinner guests
brief visit with his Star e were
enjoyed a of Mr. Ward's parents, Mr.
-- Green of Balford.Mrs
Mizell $
..si +of enw beokht, .on RULED INDEX CAKDS-3OS uncle. Plnholster of Brookerwas and Mr. W. C. Ward.
., Rosa I p
to fns. and
COUNTY Mr Green Moody
and *
1ib"t ep' a s,, see 4 A .rats Rumfixd 81 per M_BRADFORD visiting her niece. Mrs. Floyd Mr. l, ,
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If.J J )' 11 : New Florida Power & Light District Set Up f Blanding Center 'Plans Miss Mildred Byerley Under New Management hereby Published paper In d..I..nllted which. the **' lb.. r

: ( ( : As Defense Program Causes Expansion I Modern StationGround Miss Mildred Byeilcy, a resident oon..1 WITNES''v.. ne n..aek. ....V fa.

\ .
I of Hampton for the past ten of thla! "OIlI.t' ,
The new office of the Florida, was broken, last week this. 3I1ot.. dRY '.rttb..
'i! ; 1 Power & Light Co.. at Its substation ,.. | for another enterprise ot Blan- years, died in St. Luke' Hospital, (\\OFFK'JAL leric Fr: ll ''I, i. 1w II'
of the .
_ 1 east of town. Is now complete I ding Center. Inc.-one of the Jacksonville July 11. The body Waybrla-ht & N't'"'"n 1\
t become for burial the Jacksonville, '
and has headquarters Vas prepared by lI'
| most modern gasoline stations In I 2 tprney.N .
,F Frr + for 1new district In tbe Wilson Funeral Home Lake City x 'rt.II
+ this part of Florida according to
organization I and, shipped to Knoxvllle\ Tenn., I 'I-HH Clll/'I1'r'-..
f I |'aD official ,of the It '. !tNT.
; 'Known: as the BlaruUngr DJs) E / company. I for funeral and burial. lilt. iv' %>"",.',"r ..gN
Includes 'Is located .t the apex of a triangle ('OLN'l'\'. "It liltlpp
trlct. the new set-up
held in the
I I The funeral was
p Waldo, Hampton, Lawtey, Penney j I created! by the Intersection :I First Methodist Church of Maryvllle Marlon luVLr Illt\trar.:, 'l' '<

; r i Farms the Klnnsley/ Luke | I of Road 48 and the uncompletedlink I Comllnlowll1i

area, and Camp Blending These'' I I ,. Tenn., Sunday afternoon, : : a1
connecting witb the new Corlt,, "h
i,, communities. were formerly partIA i Starke-Blandlng highway. II I I July 13 and burial was In Carpenter's ; Defenders .jORPErt
IA Y' of the Palatka district, but the Ground .. PI' .,; '
? I 'Blundlng Center Inc.( owns I I Camp cemetery NOT, I'] T' j'1'rAR. !
rapid growth ,of Camp nianJIng BTATF or'
and operates the Paramount Grill I where Miss Byerley's ;church affiliation I To Willian F'LhitA'
and the consequent Increase Initk" I '
t in Btarke, and owns other hold has been since early I w h nse"? "niaj- '\,
? + demand for electric: power necessitated York. ,
establishment' o f head ings in Bradford and Clay'coun.I childhood. o- I vix 1 Ithereby! ; nrd* "rf<< "hat,
tie*. Eugene D. Cornell, president : rnqulred tn npma" ""
+ n
I I Include six sisters and of September the 1
quarters in Starke. Survivors A,, 1. 1941 "
of the corporation stated above ontlllort brie,
"Completion 0 f headquarter that the station would be open three brothers. who reside In! six filed court AlI'aln.t t.cnnnlalnt flap bl'!',
I here emphasizes the Importuned'I''t I for business within 60 days. The different states.Program Bradford entitled County,tour' TPIe;i' "
tE': of national defense projects In building and ground layout were hereby Blirnntpd (.i Rbepl'''

I ;; the Company's operation policies" | designed by O. C. R. Stagebergof Exchange S. publleheA patter In which core flit. )rAery
n'' C. I* Moore: manager of the new the Trianon Development Corpotation. ; 4 oftn./'IIUv.. w'PPkp a Week (for

l lilatrlct. pointed: out yesterday. Membersof,, the Starke Rotary x or WITNESS this niy' hand and"IIt

r ';a "Providing electric, service for of Club will have charge of the program this. :l1..t.t'ollrt, day "f al alecks ''
H. Arnold treasurer luly n'
the Camp was a comparatively I) C. L. Mooreby at the regular meeting of rnFFlclar, SiL.!= A: i: ,
Center. Inc. expressed Clerk of
Blending the f'lrcllll
.' simple Job," he stated "because (1r' I confidence in the business out the Gainesville club next Tuesday Cot Louis .\. Kunzlg (left), new commander of Camp Blun- WavbrlKht, & WabrlM,('bUrl.b

L tile entire system 0 f Florida ( Florida Power &: Light are:: look for tills area and said that At an early date the Gainesville ding, In. shown above bring/ greeted by Col. K. II. Kelley. former' ,Jacksonville Flu 81 f aIM /
Power & Light I"I j Went ''Palm Beach air station club will return the favor, -
Inler.connecteI'1 I he 'and his associate have' investigated commander, who left recently to assume duties ax 'executive THH (CIHfl.' _
t' with power .' CarUttronr Field 'near Arcadia,, air most of the camp areasIn' having complete charge of the officer for the Third Military Arru with headquarters, in :New JIJUICI U. I lilt| 1't ale III 1 l |"T Ii.... .?,.
strategic points around the training school Inter-continent here some Wednesday. IHA. IM AM Suit
; the southeastern territory from meeting Orleans. Col. Kunzlg in command of the Corps Area Service fOLXTV.Margaret 11/1/ 1111I ,
required only a few weeks to Aircraft: Corporation Miami ,shipbuilding The I Idea Is to promote better '
build line to the New Jersey to Florida and only troops at Blandlng, 1H also commander of the camp. lie I I.. (the Y 1":11\, :
i a I concern; Metal Products fellowship between the organizations. Andersen
L :, o Camp from the 'nearest point of j Corporation and numerous other after completing this! survey did' first. Junior officer to assume full command of an army post like Plaintiff,
"VI. Nt .
decide to locate here. > 13C8
P" '; i they Bland Inn on which senior generals are stationed.
the system. j Industries now working. on, defense Robert, Andersen

_L, r Other defense projects, served 'i orders. The Cottage ClosesThe Defendant.ORII.It .
Legion Center Notes of September A. D. 1941 before the
Bradford, State of Florida. to-Svlti | NOTICE TO AITKAtt:
which was w% of VVVi'of NWY of NW4f! above entitled court to the bill of THE "STATE' OF FLORIDA-
j Welfare Official Wishes To Correct "Boss 'of the King.." will once Cottage Inn Section 10. Township 6, tlouthKanire complaint. filed against you In the' To Robert. Andei-Hen, clot.:.
; American opened two or three months ago 22 Kant, containing; 10 acres,I above entitled cause; and "Tha dense U "Unknown."
again hold sway at the. more or I..... I Bradford County' Telegraph"' !la It !la hereby ordered that
Misunderstanding Over, Increased Payments Legion Recreation Center Saturday at ..the Intersection of Can Street The assessment. of the said property -* hereby In denigrated as the n..wapap..r ] required. to appear on the r ujl
which this order shall bepubll..h..d
under' the said certificate .issued of September A. O. 1941 l be for |
This directed by -
night. skit Miss .
To correct a possible misunderstanding able, It 1 J. .hoped that It will be In and Temple Avenue. by Mer was In the- name of Jaa. J. consecutive once week a week for four above entitled court la the bj,

'. regarding recent lejcllatlve *- sufficient amount to permit the Walter V Walsh, was produced rls Martin and associates, closed Bailey. WITNESS my hand> and the seal above complaint entitled filed cause against yon i It

.. Increase In old assist\Increasing of the several month ago so success Its doors M o n d ay. Financial Unless aald certificate ehall be of this court at Starke Florida Bradford County Telegran; eat,
age average grant that repeated requests have redeemed according to law the thin. II"' ., day of July A. D. 1941. hereby deNlirnatrri' an ,
fully thpaper
r.; 1 ance funds.,'Ira J. Thomas chair for Old Age Assistance from the reasons, It is understood property described therein; will be (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. ,J. Thomas In which thfo order hal n
been made" for another perform old to the hlKheat bidder at the C-lerk of
i. mart of the District 8 WeltaraBoa.rd. present,.$13 to $23 per month. all courthouse door on the first Mon. Waybrta-ht the.Circuit& WaybrlKht Court. published once a week fur
These requests were consecutive" weokti.
,y, .. has ,Issued a statement In However this does not mean tlla.t'every ance. ron CITY coriven, day In the month of September Jacksonville, Fla.. Plaintiffs Attorney WITNESS my hand .
I made by soldiers who had seen Many of my friend have re- 11)41, which In the 1st., day of .ndihrof
J g.J 5t 8-29
? which he pointed out that these recipient will be paid the quested that 1 offer my cervices September, 1811. thin court at Hurke sir
both at the center and tills Slut., day of
the ,
itti.r'' additional' funds Would not be same then or now. The play urn one of the new Councilmen to Dated this Slut., day of July I July A. D
reverse (OFFICIAL SEAL; )
A. J.
at the camp proper, so the staff be looted on September 9th andfoellnr 1941. Cal RT. EIGHTHJIIUCIAI.
available before May 1, 1942. He Is true. Each grant will be based that 1 may be of some ..r- (OFFICIAL SEAL) J. Thomas cincirr' OF n.oit- Clerk of the rinuit Court I
advised old. assistance recipients on the need of the recipient and has decided to comply. The skit vice to my native City, I take Clerk of Circuit: ou rt.o Bradford ,,IDA. IN AND FOR BRADFORD William D. Morgan JackxnJ'
age Fla. Plaintiff's
Is a comedy that uses two memo thin mean of announcing that I County Florida.. 8-1 41 8-22 COUNTY.IN Attorney I-III 1 |
noVto expect any Im the grants will vary from the will enter the race for Councilman" CHANCERY -
bers of the audience to enhancethe Kubjrct to the will of the Gladys I>. Dulon. I In Circuit Ccl
.. voters Court Bradford ,
4 mediate Increase maximum of $40 month allowed
in. grant I per plot and will be produced by on September 9th. Your vote and IM! TUB CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH I Complainant, Florida-In Chancery,, Htnifl'
t'', ;, .: The statement follows: I by state and< federal law support I I. earnestly. nollclted.CHAS. .n 111(,'.AL CIKCCIT, Of KI.OIIA. .v.- No. 1384 Hanna, Plaintiff -v s- Sarah cl
member of the staff I |[> IM AND FOR BRADFORD Lowell
'.'Increased and' Increased to the minimum now paid. A. DARBY. R.' Dulon beth Hanna, Defendant. On
applications{ '
established Defendant day the let day of
.8 A new policy ha been COUNTY.IV Setitemlwr"
) requests tor larger l'I'ant..1 I "Frequent reference to the pay. NOTICE' OF APPLICATION CHANCERY ORDER OF SERVICE i the defendant Sarah Elm:
at the center of alternating Dorothy Mllar NOTICE TO APPEAR
indicate''' that there Is confusion meat of 'pensions' is no doubt FOR TAX nEED ..Complainantvii. Manna In required to appw
some responsible I THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the bill flied'saalnst'
I I dramatic skits and social programs (II..... Bill *.. 183) her b.
L In the public mind regsrdint for much of the existing NOTICE IS HEKKBY: OIVEN No. 1363dene To Lowell' R. Dulon. whose address Thin order tp Ix >i llubll.htd
I every week. Last Saturday Mllar. X la 185 Broadway. New York for niur
the i of old confusion. The state does That Florence B. Brown holder of Defendant. I a wk roriHerutlvt i
{ payment age assistance II not pay N. Y.
night more than ISO men en. Tax Certificate No. SIS, lulled. the Bradford County Telw>
'to I It U hereby ordered that
i' la Florida. pensions 65 ofage you are Newspaper published In said
persons Slid,
years dayof September A. I>. 1DS6,
active recreation pro NOTICE TO APPEAR required to
joyed an appear on the!' tat ford County.
f, "This I.s I most 'unfortunate, and or more but it does grant composed of bingo, quizzes, haw made filed name In my office and nan 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of September. A. D. 1941 before OFFICIAL flEA) A. i. Th
application for
i ;,} i I. no doubt directly: due to hasty) them publlo assistance If In need. gram relays. stunts, dances and community to be issued thereon. a Said tax certificate deed- !la To"Unknown.dene Mllar" whose residence above complaint entitled filed court against to the bill in da"l Clerk of Circuit Court, Bn
you County
t ,' A: reading of news stories that werepublished based on their need as determinedby The was embrace the following. described It In hereby ordered that you are above. entitled cause; and Stark> Florida, July Ulh.M\.
f a''' singing. group property In the County of 'required to appear on the let day Bradford. County '*..
t' ; u during the legislative t h o r ough Investigation."' and t IIIlUlOlHCt.
) I divided after the Bingo game
J session. I Should the state undertake to pay kept the same teams throughout
i 't 4 "The fact Is that the legUla- pensions, It would lose matching 'the-evening with member of the

1A 7 ture reapproprlated the. a me Federal fund which are In the winning team receiving lollypopsfor

,, amount for Old Age Assistance, I ratio Of dollar for dollar of Mate the championship of the week.

k{ Aid ,to the Blind,, administrative grants. Florida' 'state :'welfare WPA staff members of t h e Ii; -
I,' costs and participation In such I act'.U based on the federal social legion center also produced three I 'O- i .

Federal program as the dlstrt- ., security ,act and muse 'necesllarll programs at the 'camp during the a 1e .t --..

button of surplus commodities as. comply. with its provisions to obtain week at :different service centers. 'c: ;". 01' .

In 103 and In 1937/ with the 'Its benefit. _

t ception that It provided for a eX-I'' "Increasing the maximum grant Senate Expenses Down ,J' ,m "i

cent tax on from $30 to $40 per month" means
money wagered
. _. _
"L 4""
horse tracks and seized the "odd nothing except that In extreme : Legislative expense 01: me 10..10 ..

{ I: i cents breaks', .at home tracks. I I cases 'of need It Is possible to allow Florida Senate was 27.66 percent I

I '\1nce the home tracks, do not the larger amount. less than In 1939. Expenditures

open until late this year and are I "Nothing could be more'cruel In 1939 totaled S312.733.S5, while

,; allowed to operate for 100 days than to permit our elder citizens the 1941 figure was $153.463.89:

It Is very evident tbat none of I a decrease of $59.274.66.<< Lion's
I assistance t.
who are receiving! public
the new revenue will be availablebefore share,, of this saving-$45,145,76-

__ May 1, 1942 as the counties to entertain the delusion was accounted for by the decreased ,

must first be paid the sam that their grants are'to be immediately amount paid to at. .. "J \
4 .. ,.
amount a* for the previous year. I n c r eased. On the taches. : ,1 t fl...

As the state ,Is prohibited from other hand they are entitled to the State Senator Hal y, Mains, 't. "WiI'

borrowing It: will be Impossibleto assurance, which I feel Is justified of Bradford and Union Counties, .. ..... :. 4

spend this money before It Is that the present average was a member -of the legislative N Y P ''Lrl'-_ :"t.' tioi.ioPowet'4liCHT_ C0.
actually received., even if It were grant will be maintained until expense committee and states \A:: ,# r Oe.a srdee6e d rn

good business to do so. the race. track revenues are In that the savings effected were In ,
a'i "When the new money I* avail hand." line with his campaign promiseto .- .. --


s Morel Promoted charge of sport., drama and dance

Instruction Since, he- will have New Residents
Lawrence W, (Doug) Morel of .
the American Legion Recreation compl'-le,Iupervision) over all recreational W. T. Clute, realtor reportstwo '

activities' In his new rentals, this' week. James ; .
Center staff has accepted a i position I .
position, It Is a definite promo- Murphy, ''of Tltusvllle, leased the

with the'as National recreation Youth director Administration tion for him In his chosen profession Kingsley Lake cottage of Mr. and E I n ; \

of recreation organization Mrs.. O. L. Beasley. Mr Murphy
for the NYA encampment at
and administration Is an electrician at Camp Blandlng. Ah
Camp Blending, effective Monday
July 4. Walter V, Walsh has been.ap- two .children and he have and already his wife moved and 'V'I' :

Mr. Morel baa been assistant pointed temporarily In Mr.\ Mor- Into the home.

_ director of the Legion Center el'. place on the Legion Recreation Mr. Clute also leased to1' Mr. ,

for the pant four months I n -Center- Staff and Mro. I. Lecln the residence of

: W. K. Bryant on Went CaU street. S. ,

'.i.f..; ,"\ ;:1': ; CLASSIFIED ADS I Mr. Lecln manager Is president of the new and Brad general : TO SER !I

FOR SALE-Electric butter klst FURNISHED COTTAGES on ford Photo Shop. Inc., on Call
street. He and Mrs. Lecln moved
peanut roaster; originally sold Lake Santa Fe. 5 miles east of
Into their new home the first of
,, for $215; will\ take (75 cash. Waldo. Electric lights, running
Guaranteed as good aa new. water Inquire Lewis the week. Mr, and Mrs. Bryantare

Inquire at Telegraph! office 21p Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla. in charge of tbe Starke

I FOR SALE-2-acre farm 3 room If Hotel. "tit' Your nerD Sunshine Service office on Military Highway, Just east 01

house bearing fruit trees. One Young Rotary Speaker S .

mile east of Starke on old lady experienced secretary re- Starke, is now open for your convenience. This office has been provided so
Green Cove road. Cheap for ceptlonl-t. (Part time)-P. o. Clifford 1. Walker, supervisorof '
Box 215. Starke. lip the local: Farm Security Adl :
cash.-o. W. Flnley. Route 2, :

Box 333 Slarke. Itp WANTED One large unfur- ministration Bradford. Union office and which' Clay,serves Cuun. y.' : '. that we can serve our customers in Starke, Lawtey, Kingsley Lake, Hamptonand /

nla.hed room or 2 or 3roomunfurnillhed 'I,
FOR SALE OR TRADEFordV8 ties was guest speaker at the ( ,
1930 half-ton pick-up truck. house. Must be Rotary Club luncheon Wednesday .: vicinity more, efficiently.

Good condition. $323. Terms, Starke.reasonable Write Box 531-A. I I Mr. Walker explained the \-". .I.,\, ..., .-.l_,

or what have you?Apply K. ltp valuable work being carried. on : '.

care of Bradford County Telegraph : by the F. S. A. stating that loanshrough i, .. ', .

up Dally cash market tor cattle and I this agency are designed Stop in and get acquainted. And please let us know when we can be of

hog Auction Sale every Thurs to help farmers who cannot get ..."* or ,

day beginning at 3:30 p. m. assistance from any other source .
FOR SALE- One purebred Poland Columbia Stockyards, Lake City. l': '. any help.-we are here to serve you. :r

China gilt from World Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. Recent BirthsMr. ",

Championship strain weighing" D. Odom Jr.- p. O. Box 247. :. \ ,
between 250 Ibs. and 300 Ib*. Starke. Fla. tf \ and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez ,' ':: .

Will farrow within 10 days. I I Starke. boy. July 28; Mr. and t''; ., ',, ,, -.. '_' h'.'._" :' I,':', ''' ,l., .
Two young purebred Poland CONSTRUCTIONALL Mrs. Edwin F. Conway. Starke. ''t '. ," "'1 ', :.:: :

China males.-Luclun June 22. girl-Nobel Ray Faith x '4.< >..*':;. ,
Route 2. Box; 123 conner.// TYPES. NEW STRVC- Conway; Mr. and Mrs. Albert -

1 '8-1 4tp TL'RES OR REPAIRS Marlon Gllssen, July 25. boy- FLORIDA PO -Yd GHT COMPANY;::;'-

... ." '
Vernon ,
Plans, Estimates and Architectural Eugene OI1.. sen. ; ,:

FOR SALE-cord wood saw complete Service Freer .,,' ':-:

with motor. ISO cash. Also County Judge Court J *m "" '!"
7.000 feet of rough lumber at M. DAVIS P. O. Box 218
$23: per thousand. Jeffry GENERAL CONTRACTOR County Court will convene here 167

Davis. Route 3, Lake Butler. OahMMvUle. Florid Tuesday. August 5, at 9:30 A M.. C. U AIOORE.\ JIU
2tp 136 E.: Depot I>|IMM 1044 E. K. Ferryman, the presiding Mgr.
--'" judge announced yesterday '