Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01197
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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J. W. For several months after the housing shortage became critical NJ 1,p:\ s,1,
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Shell Starkeites sat Pyt. A.l.W, : '.And rson.jrr4' k
gee ehoW room around boom-punch-drunk waiting for the Government to : > { ; t

g .lotion which was Madison begun come to the rescue.. The yelp for help sounded far and wide; finally ,(Special to the Bradford. County'Telegraph / l j' "t V
of reached
the corner official ears in 'Va. "
Ioe 4 on ", hlngton. For a period of several months ) i\";; t ,
d Adams streets will be en- experts from various Federal agencies arrived almost weekly filled '{:f..<<: '
sometime ''this scratch Twelve days of alternate. mud's ,fi;. wand
If I completed pads, with voluminous notes, made vague promises studded with .,
Me, and Mr. Andrews ,will nova ifs and buts. Net result; 0. dunt', in, ,Louisiana's hot, ,Ktsatchle '!f:ij; rnw
week he stated ,Tuesday. '' ra
ln t Forest
National hav left '
InTforthe building were drawn At long last Starkeites got their bearings regained their '' ; :
; senses ; set,, : i 1
their impression on the < Stark 1'II'
[ Howard M. Reynolds ,Orlando! about quietly' to solve the problem in their own ''way. Result : The five d a"r;) w
chitect. and the H. B. Austin attractive homes pictured here total value topping $25,000. These five National Guardsmen ;there With' ,

Instruction Co., also of prtando are but few of the many that have been built since boom hit Starke last the 31st ,(Dixie) Dtvistoa'fottaQ i ;i? ": + i0: '

the contractor.j .- fall, but those pictured here were all under construction at the same time, days; of ''war time 'maneuver.- / 1 iI' i

j garage Is of steel construc- were completed and occupied within a few weeks of one another. ,' \. They are' 'In ,the ,124th Intan r,.'*' !' + ;

ting n. while}station! the are show, of room concrete and Although no defense housing agency has yet come to the aid ,of Second Battalion Headquarters. ti'" ', i

kl, The front part of the Starke all of the houses shown were made possible by Federal Housing Detachment! ,,,Grimy.' sweat-streak-
attractive' with .Its ed faces'are. common, 'and ,clean ;1
la Administration. is /
,Idlig F H. A. willing to finance more homes in Starke if I '
colored stucco. The gas of- : clothes are a rarity '.0:"dusty ''or' ;, j :
ry sites meeting its requirements can be obtained. Rumor has it that 40
also finished In Ivory. The more iith.'place, all !times ,1f.ij:1 +
1 1 II muddy ; at: ,:, :,
0'11 room Is pleasing to the eye new homes will be built here this' winter if prospective owners can' find Two story colonial home of Mma:! U Trek, on N. Church St. .1\..... Peek For days[at a' time "one-piece\ ,, herringbone :' .J:
tints-dark brown. lots with other .In an employe of the Starke ixmtofftce. ..
th Its three proper sewage,arid essentials. twill work Milts are N'
-gjid light brown ontb., walls worn. The actual war games began ', ,;j f ways
Id ivory on the celling. Decorate, last Monday and the men'self';'$ \.. ::1 rno

L was! done by M A, Kite.; 1r l,. dom know 'exactly'where'' -;.they,, I

|The wall is ventilated between { will upend ,the night\ and :wfe Ui.*,,d' '
le show room and garage., The they'll spend It sleeping'orIng ,'!> bti: \!"i'I"' "
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show con- the "! r; ,tJ '+
trance Into the room w "enemy. ;, :
ti of four folding'doors. ,Then Separated 1 for:.Trip 4 sf; l .I
of tie building are of con First Lieutenant, IV,, G. K{ d"1r \" W
[ete, while the drive-way around irgeanMRv;* Lv Dobbs, Pr .. *, ,$: ; Uw e+
e gas station la 'of asphalt and L First'Claasr''Brunner: ,' Baker r ndt.tfil' "' oeuroMat(

lat finish. The dimensions ofle r George' Sllcox,.,,and two ae1ect.M.f l ,\' ,
buildlnir are 65x105; the show of the detachment: left Btanding'i/ '\;!

om i l iB 30x65; and the garage la1x75. I.e' I. Wednesday morning;;JulY 30,',;!iln'$&;'

tr JL I trucks They'' mAde' he" fl'Veday,' :,'iit,';;,
j. B. Alexander: Jobber-dlstrl- '" i journey In' to 'convoy 'with' ,the ,
fctor of Shell products has in- : 107th (Ala.) Infantry: : and ,ar-t: : 1 i s
Uled three pumps, and is. erectr : rived In' the maneuver area< ,, lt+-:\i,iifahHI mss
.< a Neon Shell sign and flood* '\: 'about,''25' miles north, :ot;,i''' ; '+ '

hung the outside of the station. Alexandria Sunday 'noon* .Aug.. ,; ar s +
ur toilets have been' Installed-,-.., 3. ,

.8 public toilet for, men, one for The, balance !''of the local r co -', ; '1 t

.men, one for white 'employes pony,. Staff, Sergeants James' j11!\ .+ a s"Candy""Dennie
,d one for colored employes.. k r xkri; '" ;>nd 'AI Kay, Carte ;. as.

Attractive home of ("'pt.an 'Thin compact, hut complete, house on N. Church' St. Mr. Johnson. '' Morris, Jackson and ,, ?
le now .stationed at the State'Araensiln! St. Augustine und the home II&M been belong to and Mrs. !,'i}
ew Director temporarily; rented to Mrand, Mr*. Robert Wear.' James! A. Lt'I.! Mr. Lewis U I an employ at chi llriMlford, County Telegraph." Clifford Haen, an4,Private Pint '' td
..', Class Steve Walker made the.trip, ,,': W/s/
','' e} by train Aug.:of and';tf?with several ,
W (: ,'Most th ", t
)(fYActiU. w other 124th ,: companies. ; :

....,, 4 47np 4a .r m ,. .9L tb"4r.achA.t'.. ,e'!pakes* '.. so-: "WI "' 'a
.a ;ry companied thl*!' gtohp :

J. H. McInnlSj/of'! Vicksburg, 'Tracy Baker recently, mad, a "l2h w
iM."' arrived in Starke Sunday Private First, Class traveled, .the .. ss,

take up his duties as associate distance motorcycle., '< He lend. Wy Is aa
itaryof the Army Y:M. C. A. longer with 'the Stark*' Detach <:
r. llclntils baa an enviable back- rnent. but, Is with the Division's '; "
newly-formed Rcoonnalssanco l w
ound of preparation for and i
Unit. Tracy claims that now he'. '
't! ?r
:perlence in Y. M. C, A. work '
plenty tough all over.
'ring been active In the workr '
> the past 23 years. First Sergeant )Kioto Struth va.* \ l lon t '1
emergency leave In Jacksonru
For 15 years he was connectedone + vlll when the detachment left', 4
capacity or another withe !II '
Standing and made the tripby' I
e 11. C. A. at Vicksburg
II (Continued on page 81.bU't ''}
III For 15 months recently he t
II connected with the Civic mot '
liter In Meridian :Miss. "I was Hotel 11 ,n
aUy a Y. :M. C. A. secretary at 4b
Civic Center," said Mr. Mc-

It lent Weilne summer day.he, has During been run-the ,gMskf+;tt{ ';,"L r..1{K e' 7'tl!;;t .. J*pa.c C..Yl'tt.i;; : : .' +irt.invxM. .,>. n.w b 'iaiai. -. To Expand ''f ;,

|g the Louisiana boys'- camp,atUock Mr. and Mm. Max Wlmberly are owners of thin well-arranged house on N. Tree-shaded home of Mr. and 1U.... W B. Hewell on N. Walnut St. Mr. .' "ll I slti.
: La. Church St. Mr. Wlmberly Is an employe of the S. A U Railway Co. Sewell L1'president of the Florida Itank at Starke. A. B. Williams, proprietor.,:'began i" ', "'
lIr. Mclnnls attended the grad- early this week the ereottone: I a"ta'" f

ge nt t at seven Nwhvllle summers, Tenn.at.the He Y.also M. City Council Figures In WreckJohn Brownlee'Office Speaks at Rotary Shows ProgressDr. drew Moors up-,the Gainesville plans forM architect."a building .' 9 e "a

. A. Assembly grounds at Blue Harris, of Worthington Dr' Purdon Murphy, of Mulberry State Senator Hal Y. Maines of Morgan Carter State technlcl.n ; Bon Hall Is the contractor; 'y''. t' ,wm
[Idge N. C., alternating between Wiggins Announces Springs, and John Arnold of arrived In Starke Wed Bradford and Union Counties was of family life education for Cart Bitch Is doing the plumbing' : '$k
*"ilng and learning. He will Orb ,A. Wiggins J., veteran W. Andrews book- Lake Butler riding toward Starke neaday evening to take over the guest speaker at the Rotary Club the WPA met with the Nursery and ,E. A. Winkle will do, -Uw ',*'WI'' w
usoclatel with Robert B. Wear keeper for the from Lake Butler In an Austincar dental office of Dr, J. W. Brown- School staff Wednesday afternoonto electrical work. :
the Y," and will have charge Motor Company has announced about 7:30: A. M. Monday, lee, upstairs over the City Drug here Wednesday, explaining In an make plans to organise the The building will be 34 03 I-a t 1;,
' his candidacy for the City Council entertaining and e n 11 I g hteningmanner .. feet, with& '" '; I
"physical and activity work."' were seriously injured when the store. mothers. .Th. will be a meetIng a 12xl4-foot "L. at thsouthwest .., ;g
lr. )[cll1nl,' wife and subject to the will of the people Austin was overturned several Dr. Murphy Is a son of H. K. some of the Important at the nursery school twice corner of the budding.. ,i"'
d IOn Hugh, 11-year- In the September 9 electionMr times. Mr. Harris and Mr. Arnold Murphy M. D, and Is himself a legislation panned at the last session each month to which all the The structure will be two stories:' Mssu
e the 21st! and will arrive In Wiggins came to Starke in were rushed tot lie Alachua 1935 graduate of the. Universityof of the legislature. He ex mothers are Invited." Mrs. Fannie In height with a lobby and three: I Ibedrooms 4 :
partment they will have 1921. and baa been with the Ford County Hospital Gainesville In Florida and also a graduateof plalned In detail the new tax laws Jones, supervisor, stated Wednesday ) on the first, floor; and ,"i': I
Eva Fernandez.at the, home of garage:for the past 16 years. He DeWitt C. Jones ambulance. t h. Washington UniversitySchool and the new gas tax distribution four jbed-rooma on t 1I.GD.4, \; .
Is. a graduate of B. H. S., marrieda John Harris received a serious of Dentistry St. Louis. Mo. plan. Up until the present time the floor. Each' room will have a iwMa

etp Off local girl, and they have 'three cut on his right leg and sustained During the pant year he has beenan Senator Mines described the nursery school has operated In private) bath. 11..(,
The Grass children. Internal Injuries.' John Arnold intern in the Forsyth Dental 1941 session as "economyminded"and B. II. S., but with the opening of The building,,will be absolutely: }t "

W. M.[ \\alrman of To Run suffered a deep gash In his forehead Infirmary for Children In Boston stated that the House and school September 1, all available fire-proof. It will be of concrete r b
Board of Count Commls- McKinney native of between the eyes. and also Ita.. Senate saved around $110,000 Inoperating space ''will be required to. take blocks.-no wood-work at'aU."' P";\ "'I'
OIIer, is to be commended' for Alvin E: McKinney a been bad his right leg badly cut. In expenses as compared care of the reguar school. Thenursery said'D. 'A. Judd, foreman, Wedneaday. -' \
I his time and placing wire Bradford County. who )has six addition. he also sustained a serious Cigarettes Stolen with the previous session. I school, therefore, will It wilt be ready for oc 4 t a
the vulnerable places around living to Starke for the past candi- back Injury-his back perhapseven move the last \week In August cupancy In'about'eight' wks., 14/i/sly, '

"""1110088 l wn -that Is,,the yean has announced his subjectto being broken. Policeman W. K. Thornton reports Has Finger Cut Off across the street to the Stark at least sometime) In Octobers Mr.; k'l:1; : "
Vihfr'e l> careless walkers will dacy for the City Council )fro Lieutenant FrerlAnd; of Co. A, that about 1:30 P. M. Tuesday armory where space has been provided and Mrs Williams will likely, ; I 1
t to cut corners the September 9 election. 97th Engineers, ran Into the rear F. L. Altcheson Lucky O. F. Olbbs, of 106 North Wal for It. occupy ,the first floor of the new' :, ;' n r"e
and the the
off the lawn. As'soon wear McKinney Is at the present of the Austin turning it over Strike salesman, had a case of nut street' had his right fore- The school now has an enroll binding themselves: Mr. Williams r
as Service
lie Permit, he stated Saturday. proprietor of Mack's Taxi several times and practically demolishing cigarettes stolen out of his car. finger cut off Tuesday morning ment of 26, Mr. Jones stated, bought toe Magnolia fifteen ream *
II to for colored people. the car. The ti,uten- which was parked on Call Street about 9 o'clock according to the and could accommodate s I x or So- \ w
going re-sod the blank
*J In the lawnthe'"tralla"' ant's car was slightly damaged I I I near Alexander's store. It was a ambulance driver for DeWitt C. eight more children from two to Indulging In a little reminiscence. :
keep people off the '- U. S. Ot Representative though he himself got off without case of samples, which the salesman I Jones. He was rushed to St. Vin five years of age. School hour. Mr. Judd saldr "I conIh;
grassx National injury. Both cars were beaded [ valued at 129, though>> he saida cent's Hospital. Jacksonville. Mr.Clbbs I are from a A. U. to 3 P. it In tracted the) front p.. r t' of'the k .1
ecu Representatives from the Ser- toward Starke. Evidently the : regular case of cigarettes sold was working with the addition to Mrs. Jones the staff Magnolia Hotel the, brick' and W
Starling Catholic Community Y. lieutenant endeavored to pass the at around $30.I Watts-llInclalr! Co., at Camp Blan- consists of Mrs Edna Sullivan block part of It- fifteen yean ago,,
Levy Starling from near'High- vice the Salvation Army Welfare the Austin since he struck It on the I dine and in some manner got his and Mrs. Myrtle Priest. when Mr. Williams first took It, '

d, died at 10 o'clock A. M M. C. A. and the Jewish Wednesday left side.< Sheriff A., O. Andreu : Moody Car Stolen finger Into a ripsaw over and I have never heard any', W&rPS
terday at the borneof Board were In Starke stated Tuesday that tate road 181 New VotersOne complaint about U yet." 4." r
r, line: Eph Gnann a' at.i. i looking over the situation generally patrolman I. W. Hall was. Investigating I Sheriff A. O. Andreu has reported Bon-Art StudioThe a
In Starke.H i suit
rat and deciding upon a the case. the theft of an automobilethe hundred eighty-four persons Air Pig W
arrangements Stand:
been have not i able location for the new U. s. first of the week A 2-door Bon-Art Studio, a chain have registered. for the City
COInpl ted' but It Is center. If and when Green with headquarters la election to be held the second Th. f
ratood that O. recreation BroomRev. Ford sedan belonging to organization new open-air barbecue and % ,
held about 3 the funeral will erected In Starke. A New Uoody was stolen from Shep Atlanta. Co., opened last SaturdayIn Tuesday In next month-accord. sandwich stand between the ,FlorV' ,i! l
!a at the Long o'clock P. M. to- G. C. Powell, pastor of herd's service station and store the new Olson Building at 223 Ing to Carl Johns city clerk Ida Bank at Starke and ;the Park.\; p 1'fel
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( Starling Branch cemetery. Free Commodities the Methodist Church together about nine miles from Starke be- South Walnut street Jack Kanel.of Perhaps three-fourths of the. Theatre, on South Walnut iIItr'eett''j'\' ;'1,
of age. was a bachelor 66 with a colored helper, tore downan tween here and Lake Butler. It Jacksonville la the general are new people Just coming to will likely open Saturday 'I.*' B.i; {< ;
Se 18 Fresh peaches and Irl.h pota old barn at his parsonage bore a Florida license tag No. 11- manager and Van Toole of Mer. I Starke recently. Mr. Johns stated Alexander and [.., ,p_ Berry, are ')i JiL :
. A survived by one' brother. toes will be distributed to certified home on Church street Monday 1245. Mr.. Moody drove It there rltt Island .Is the photographer while other have Just become of the proprietors, and are 'puttingJ'up. s' ,
StarIJni' Lawteyr and four relief client Friday and Saturday and Tuesday took the metal roof and left it with the key In It In charge. Hiss Temle Williamsof age and still others have been something brand 'new-so far:!rt .'
--Mrs. '
e of l:l p nGnnn' Mr: Ida to aa announcement of said barn and transformed It while he rode to Lake Butler with West Palm Beach and Miss working out of Btarke for sometime as Starke Is concerned., The places.t i,
n of Starke: Mr. Maggie i according Blanchard of Into an adequate metal garage. another man. When he returned Margaret Anthony of Jacksonville and are now registering for .Is most attractivecre.n d-ln toad' }i.''l: .'

IaJIIa 1Ic1:1Nen.JadtsonvUle: ,and Mrs. by Miss' Ensa warehouse. Plucky man. the new parson I the car was gone. are the popular receptionist the first time. is sanitary, ln'everydway.. J ;\ 'lkJ, ,!
Lakeland. I the local commodity \

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AUG 151941

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The Bradford County Telegraph -but been so not good since for the it started Allies.In has the outlook Russell Kay I Florida State, Farm News visiting Kentucky Robert, have for where several returned they lnObtha horne have, ,

">tabIlHb d 1877 on Mr. and Mrs E
time of the German
"V Miss Mary Townsend DINNER PARTY have been visiting '
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!+ rubllahed Weekly -on Friday and Entered as Sect and losses is bound to seep through to the N! TOO LATE Tuesday evening, August 5, Mr. R. H. Cox are Mr end )t,:-

t Clans Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Fla. German people, no matter how much baloney I TO CLASSIFY SUNDAY SCHOOL afternoon PICNIC August 2, and Mrs. R. H. Cox entertained verde this week!' Vlsltil1C In *<*.
Saturday and son-in-law,
'J, i iL.: 1\flltt'be"' ___._______., Editor and.Owner Dr. Goebbels puts out through the press and The air and a crowd of over 50 people enJoyed Mr.their and daughter Mrs. Enl Bradshaw of been Mrs, C. A. :Sicr-ac who
new we get by pressTally School I visiting with I
t : radio. Then, think some, German morale I the annual Sunday Panama with a dinner party. ne moth ,
t l I. such a crazy mow I Strickland's father Mr. and r
''t MEM.BER c= will start to.crack. It is a fact that in the That I can't figure where or what, picnic which was held at Lake. The table was beautifully decorated vier, left last Mn I A. &-

+ "i'1'+ FLORiQAPRESSASSOCATION r-\ last World War, Germany went to pieces ina Or when or why, or If or not. Landing on Kingsley afternoon of with a lovely bouquet of Carolina.Mrs. week for Nor
Prti 1 [ \v I After enjoying an I asters, carnations and fern. The
'rr ; '' NAnONALEDITORLALASSOCIATION( V .) matter of a few months, and the main 1 boating and swimming, the hun delicious dinner was 'served buffet Henrietta Parker II
The British s I.n k eight German crowd lined around the Ing Jacksonville :
1O41 V reason for that was the collapse of morale gry up style. Then menu consisted of .. M. this a'nt'Mrs.
Ship tables which were loaded K. Ol'lner .
long bas
-- chicken, boiled
Xl'' -- Bl'IJs<'IUrTION RATE at home. It will happen again. And bomb the- channel ports _old with good things to eat, and pro- the ham following corn casserole: fruit salad, home from a vacation c"Ptoo, I'&tu ,

r, "''i Yearly $1.731: Six Months$1.00.- slip, ceeded to fill the vacancies in creamed potatoes,. hot rolls, pick- veston Texas.
Ipt' Army Camps Are Not All Profit"Lucky" The Jap take over IndoC'hlnaWhile : their stomachs. After large Ilell and for dessert, three kinds
riot In Asia Minor sandwiches, quan-I
rage of
6 IIIUI"RSE.: Towns Find Out '. of pie, coffee and tea. THERESSA
cream, fried chicken, By Mrs. H.
'k Jesus wan the greatest of all teachers He It's good business for merchants to lied,Russians. long ago defeated, baked beans and cake bad been Included'among the guests pres- D. :May
Illustrated In order to a lesson to ent, were Superintendent I.. F. IIAPTIST REVIVAL
very thing: give Are blamed dumb they've notret.ted. consumed, everyone was ready
In humility, lie, being Lord of all, humbled himself have an 'army camp near the city, but it go home and rest Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rev. A. S. Jones or ,.

and washed the feet of his disciples.y takes a lot out of the city treasury-in fact, Anil Nazi high command l, annoyed, The only casualties reported Godwin, Mr and Mrs. J. C.: Wal- will be in There a Jackson"Sat111ijj

"Jesus knowing that the Father had given all raises, taxes-just to meet street cleaningand Fights on with armies claimed for' the afternoon were several lace, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite August 16, to conduct a reYII
Dr. and Mrs., O. L. Kelly Mr. and
thing Into Ills hands, and that he was come from refuse collection costs. So conclude officials destroyed. minor cases o f stomach ache at Hope Baptist Mrs. B. Hershfleld, Miss Ruth The
God, and went to God. He rleeth from supper and i which were the result of over- meeting will begin M
g' of Columbus, Ga., near Ft. Benning, : 'cream. Hershfleld. Mr. and MI's. Leo o'clock Saturday
ifr, j r laid aside hid garments; and took a, towel, and Churchill speaks of blood and doses of ice Mrs. eVening and v
where monthly payroll of $4,500,000 Wiggins, Mr. and Bryan through
a camp the
girded himself; After that he poureth. water Into tears CHURCH SERVICES!: Whltfleld Mr and Mrs. J. M. continue; folio

c a basin, and began to wash the dUlple feet, ando is distributed. Starke is also having its Then suddenly he disappears Sunday morning, August 3, at RItch Mrs. J., A. Bouvier and Mr. Jones was at

wipe them with the' towel wherewith he'was headaches. \\hlleItooMevelt, on a fishing trip. 11.00: church services were held daughter Mrs. McCrae, Mr. and tOr of Hope Church one time p pa

flrded."--.St. John 13.3-5.: 1 144I On army' pay-days at Columbus the Succeeds in giving tw the slip. at the Log Cabin Shrine under Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. corned back by the entire and chul
the direction of Rev. L. A. Shep- Paul McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. P. Everybody Is '
rush of retail trade is so great that the lit- cordially Invlled
Though no one known, we have a herd, who delivered an inspiring D. Fancher las Rosa Lee Dun- attend these services,
? Russia-The Long tered streets take on the look of circus day, notion sermon on the subject, "The Joy bar, Miss Billy Rose. Mr. and I

Might Upset The Dope Bucket and the, sanitation! department is called on That those guys,, met out on the of Religion." A pretty good crowd Mrs. Gerald Cox Mrs. W. G. Mrs. R. C. Crosby and fro:

In wars, as in horse races, the long shot for double duty. Ocean attended the services attend but more the Stringfellow and Mr and Mrs. L'j I her of Rising sfster.spent Mrs.the C weekend
urged to
And no doubt Hopkln! saw them people are I A. Lander Sullivan
occasionally upsets the dope and comes Refuse collections at Columbus for the! the_nn__ services in the future. Mr. and Mrs. M M Daurtt

through for a win. Some of the experts are first quarter of 1941 show an increase pf I You know that bird goes every. SCOUT NEWS BRIDGE PARTY have and little been son of Sylvania C
where! Thursday afternoon, August 7, visiting Mr and III(
now cautiously hazarding the guess that 40 percent over the same period in -1940, The weekly meeting of the local Mrs.' Joe Wallace entertained the Clyde Hall for awhile.

Russians. before thousands of soldiers and construc- Boy Scout troop was held Monday local bridge club at her home Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grid
this true of the The KuaMlan Air Force In no more,
may prove tion workers added to'the local night, August 4, at the club here. There were three tables visited friends and relative i
populations at Berlin'sdoor
When the German-Russian war began, But Mtlll drops bomb. house. During the meeting an and Mrs. L. F,. Chapman won the Jacksonville Sunday
The increase of traffic has addedto was planned for three of I Mr. Cochran,
outing the
for the highest C
the bulk of the military authorities reluctantly Goering'swore on iron prize score. S. r ti
collection difficulties because pickups Though the scouts next Saturday when In addition to the members; railroad operator, baa moved h

agreed that Hitler was probably right from alleys can be made in less than 40 per- He'd cross throw 'em for a total loss. they will attempt to pass some present, there were four tea family here from Ashbura. C
of their second class tests. The R. H. Cox, Mrs. E. We air welcome them to
when he said that it would be over in six cent of the business section. To meet this scouts who, will go on the trip Bradshaw.guests Mrs. J. A. Bouvier munlty. our con!

weeks. Those six weeks and more have now problem, additional equipment and more In Vichy, retain Joins the Axis are: Chester Thornton, Gene Cope and Mrs., C., A. McCrae. The host- Miss Hazel Packham and Joyi

passed, and the Russians, instead of retreating street cleaners have been provided, collec- And plant to sell Dakar for* taxes. and Robert Markham.The ess presented each of these four Prevatt have returned home ai
Claude Pepper shouts "I told you troop has now been divided guests with a lovely handker visiting their aunt, Miss Aud
in confusion, are said to be planning tion schedules rearranged and householdersasked .o, I Into two patrols, the Eagle chief. Packham, of Winter Park

''N' ? : gigantic counter-attacks. The Germans to separate refuse for collection. "We should have stepped In I patrol headed by Bernard Jor- Mrs. Lonnie Joyner and ion

!Y have not taken any areas of major Other public works problems have months ago." dan and the Flaming Arrow Mr. and Mrs. C.: O, Partney and F., of Sylvania, Ga. spent
patrol of which Billy Over b'eet daughter, Kay, spent the week- pleasant week-end with Mr a
The Red air force which according shown in Columbus. The of
t importance. up amount British Is leader. end at Daytona Beach recently. Mrs. Clyde Hall.
"'i t4j to German claims, was almost to- maintenance required on both paved and un- Despite .the Lion's roar Several of the Scouts are workIng Mr.: and Mrs P. S. Crews and Mrs. W. D. Garrett left here II
The Japs edge on toward Singapore
: tally destroyed in the early days of the paved streets has grown because of in- on merit badges in various ,I son. Spencer, were In Aubyrndale Sunday to be with her bWlha
fields' of scout work, which they recently visiting I Mrs. Crew's in Rome Ga.
fighting, is still very much'ievidence} and creased traffic and the number of service ,While tiny Tim i Hand I helple hope to.receive at the next Scout mother, Mrs H. O. Rivers. Miss Margie Hall was shopp

t., is giving excellent support to the Soviet land cuts necessary for providing gas, water and pawn, Court of ,,Honor. Joe Allen Lander, Jr., left last In Jacksonville last Monday+
Awaits the coming of the dawn.
forces. The Red mechanized equipment, sewers to new building construction.More Mrs. Randolph Harclee and infant week for Avon Park where he is Miss Ida Hagan was visiting

s tr, which was supposed to be second-rate, has, than 90 percent of the laborers on Old Glory file on Iceland's shore daughter Dlan, have returnedto visiting relatives. Starke Tuesday.
their home in Jacksonville. Miss :Jacquelln Woodward has ,
p'1 according to some reporters who have seen WPA And guards the North Atlantic FOIL CITY COL'l'ILMany
; ; city and have
; sewer paving projects
I Mrs. Hardee has been visiting her been visiting relatives in Palatka.J. of my friend has* i
'' it In action, actually proven equal and even gone over to private and 'defense' construction While door, : mother,. ;Mrs. Roy Roberts for M Moncrief and daughter as quested one of that the I new offer Councilmea my aryl,|I

,, 51tp.M a: superior to the German. Most important work, and 30 streets which the city had grim V. S. destroyers roll the past few weeks. jorence, went to Gainesville last 'be elected on September.tih il
In. stormy seas that they patrol. feeling that I may be of omtnl
of all, the morale of the Russian people decided should be improved must Miss Winnie Warren, who has I Saturday on a business trip. vice to my native City I U1
now go un- ;been visiting Mr and Mrs. J. E. The Rev. and ,Mrs. L. A. Shepherd thin means of announcing that I
----v, military and civilian alike-seems to have paved because of lack of laborers., iVe've no more silk for socks and 'Townsend and family for the past I have returned: from a trip to will subject enter to the the rare Mill for of Cnuticllmif the tol-i

proven far more, staunch than anyone expected The need of parking accommodations undies.' few weeks has returned to her South, Florida. on September 9th Your von >|
And now there's, talk of gas-less 'I home in .Wauchula. I Mrs", L. F. Chapman and son support Is earn..ttv CHAS' olioltfd A. DAP.P.I" I
hiss. grown so acute that rigid restrictionshave Sundays;

Germany has not lost the Russian war. been placed on parking in the businessarea Hut next year when, we pay our

It 'would not come as any great surprise ifHitler's with metered parking only permittedon taxes
Oh boy, how we will cuss the k .
t forces ,yet succeeded i in taking the most congested streets. AxistLindbergh! : .

Moscow Leningrad and other cities.
All these things and more, too, Starke
But these would be hollow victories unless, has experienced. With all rapid growth with I his defeatist.

at the time Hitler able to wheeze,
same was destroy
there must be growing pains, however, and
\n\ faced with world-wide letter"V'
Russian So long sub-
military power. as
we are more than willing to undergo the ."
stantial Red armies remain in existence and
inconveniences in order to have a greater, That foretell victory to come.
fighting, Hitler will not be safe no matter more prosperous town. How rain that poor guy be so LyTa'a., DISTANCE yns,

how much Russian territory he succeeds in dumb

conquering; On top of that, Russian civi- W
Drunken Driver Still A Murderer
Down In Feme and Ecuador: [
have 'shown almost suicidal fervorin
U. S. Court Of Appeals HoldsA Gestapo agents foment war j
destroying areas which have been And wend their spies across the
decision of the United States Courtof
"' evacuated and in an'ping at German troops. borderTo
tU ,' Appeals of the District of Columbia recently sabotage and cause disorder.. Long hard (
The Russians are fighting a total war in ,
declared that a drunken driver is a
i total fashion now, and they have demon- jgH
murderer when his reckless driving makesan The Burma Road will not be

strated surprising courage. innocent citizen the victim. clotted, hours on the jobneed 411k

Best of all, from the British-American Though we may tread on Nippon's: ,'
An appeal of a 27-year-old youth to'
f point of view, is the apparent fact that Ger- toe, ?M
overrule term of fifteen to
a prison years For Cordell Hull and Churchill,
many is suffering terrific losses. On August lifer for killing two persons in a drunken too, minutes |
2, the Russians claimed that 1,500,000 Reich Both vow that 'they'll see China '.
joyride was denied by Chief Justice D, Law ;
troops had been killed through. *
wounded or captured. rence Groner. .

That may represent a big exaggeration- The boy's defense was that he was too So goes the news" --but I confessI for refreshment
neither the Russian can't dope out the screwy mess.
nor the German propaganda ,. r
drunk to know what he was doing that he To me each new communiqueIs
.. ministers can be depended upon for suffered a loss\ of memory and that he recalled just a lot of doggone hay! ,
the whole truth. But, if even a third or ;
nothing of the tragedy until he awokein

half that many German troops have been a cell and wondered why he had been ar k- '*Hr, kf e i is '
incapacitated it is Letter BoxDear
a severe reverse to Hit rested. The defense called it insanity. The

ler. The first divisions
sent into Russia jury called it murder in the second degree. [
were the cream of the German crop--the Mr. Matthews: a
The jury's judgment was confirmed in
rr tough veterans of the Polish French and Sorry I didn't get to see'' you s -'
strong words by the Chief Justice. before I left Starke. You haveno 4s, .

Low Countries campaigns. No nation can Drunken driving and its resulting Idea how much you and your

create soldiers of that quality overnight.That deaths has long been considered o n e ofsociety's staff helped us in our work at the

may explain reports to the effect that "Y", not only In your generous lM
Because the
greatest problems.
contribution of time and ,
reserves Germany has lately sent into
boy chose to get hopelessly drunk was no but by your spirit of cooperationand
Russia have proven inferior in quality to excuse that he should escape the punish- understanding. I do like
the men who proceeded them.It much.I .
your so
ment of the law. The Court of Appeals had go to Georgia next-Fort #:

also seems unquestioned that Germany the strength to rule as it did on this typeof Benning-and hope to get back to

has lost vast quantities ,of aircraftand case,. and its ,decision is sure to have far- see ;you all. tz
mechanized equipment and has Sincerely. tf PauseGo
con reaching effects on similar cases that come -.

sumed immense amounts of oil, that most up in other courts. Gertrude Ely. refreshed

precious of war materials. Russian bombers True there was no malice aforethought (Editor's gleeful notePleasenote '

have been invading the Rumanian oil fields, when the boy, in a stupor committed his that Miss Ely; a born and ? a

and may have done considerable damage. crime. But there bred northerner, uses the expression During day's schedule
was a great deal of malice "you all" exactly as southerners any pause /

And in the meantime Britain has been car- as the Judge pointed out, in his completeand use It-when addressing a eca

rying on determined, big-scale air- raids reckless disregard for others. group. and turn to refreshment right

',; against the Continent. -

ii k At the beginning, British spokesmen ,1 Holy War? We Think NOT! Gentlemen: Theresas Fla. out of the bottle-the buoy-

.t had little to say of Russian chances. They In a recent Nazi broadcast, it was Please extend my Telegraph.You .

+ were frankly skeptical. Now they are saying stated: "We are fighting for Western Chris- bet I don't want to miss get- ant refreshment of ice-cold

'' that the Russians have ting our dear old home paper as i
actually stoppedthe tian civilization against the Godlessness of
I look forward to
getting on
Germans and that there is Coca-Cola. You'll work better
Soviet Russia.
no possibility Fridays the same as I do my three 9

ill of the campaign ending before the Earlier, Willi! Becker, German Labor meals per day.

winter rains set in. If that is true, Ger- Front leader, had said: "When in centuriesto Yours truly refreshed. SBBs BBV
Rosier Constantine.
many will be in for a war of positionandthat some, mankind will see the present eventsin Its quality
is precisely" what IliUcr'cannot afford. their true proportions, they will say: Defense Savings Bonds can be trust

In addition, Britain gets Ger- "Christ registered in the name of children
stronger as was great, but Adolf Hitler was OTTUD UNOI AUTHOIITT Of THI COCA-COIA' COMPANY IY

many gets weaker. This war isn't over yet greater.: ,-Buy as well Defense as adults.Bonds & Stamps- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.


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\ Shows Market Sold 175233.93 In 1940 411'' and well-known Bradford Mr. F.County Ilfe-k M. >(Tobe n4-:'He'resident) Nor attended:of ti" '-!,4',;.,'. r

school '
r- the 'VanderbUt, elementary lr
Manager Outlines Policies Which and wa graduated from Bradford At,"

New He Hopes Will Promote Better which quantities time in growers their fields.sell large The 4,000 Baby Chicks Added In 3 Counties G. C. Norman Named While County attending High School the University In .1926r of f

Grower Cooperation market is acquainted with many Under Food For Defense ProgramThree Master Teacher Florida h* was honored by election : t

Instances where growers received to Phi Kappa Phi and; AlphaZeta. t,

as much as three cents less per quarters of a million dollars he has been taught that It can honorary scholastic fraternities ::

cross sales at the Bradford County State Farmers' Market in pound for their pecans In the has been added In less than I be done over and over, and that I I'I and received hi*' degree' Ifs

ke totaled $175,233.93 during ,the 1940-41 season, according to field than was being paid at three months to the income of his outlook and capacity have from the University to 1929: t

recently released by the market management the market. families on the Farm Security'I been doubled-these are the big For 'in* past '12 years Mr, Nol'1'. 'w
I.argest Item, a* might be expected, waa 10,529.54 quarts of "Usually the market Is Informed Administration program in Region things. man baa been teacher of .vocation : ?any

ubtrries, grossing 6661433. Next in Importance was 76.809 of prices not only on this V (Alabama. Georgia South "Nothing else in the long effort *! agriculture In,, the Malone ;. v*

'* of corn, which sold for $11,581.15. market but on the larger northern Carolina Florida) as result of to Improve the outlook and pro- I High School!and has. also, served ,r

D earl important Items were: ,string beans, 6,190 hampers, $865. ,- markets as well, and by having the Department of Agriculture's ductivity of the Southern small '_ L I as basketball coach 'during:! t.b'i' i r
"Food for
Other Defense"
potatoes, 451,181 pounds, 97,315.27. Turnips 3,680 this Information I.i In better posi campaign reports farm h a a ever matched In a .period. H* take an active part i t was
Irish tion to dispose of Clifford L. Walker FSA' almllar affair:; .to superintendent I,
produce profit length of time the recordof community
Tomatoes lug. 256888. Yellow '
en, SU12.10. 963 ct. onions, ably than an Individual grower. Supervisor for Bradford, Clay and i the last two month and: a half of Sunday School an! .1/? I( ea
Tomatoes. $1, 423.80. Sweet '
$7,536.36. pota- Union Counties.
)36 sacks, Also growers should bear in mind In stimulating more food for de chairman "of the Hoard of ,SUw! 7.t
$1,697.61. Field pea, 2,374 hampers $1,542.13. This from a
pounds cornea marketing 1-
61,54: the of ;
Imp o r lance keeping a fense. ands. ..,
hampers, $2,108.64. Butter beans, 1,406 800,000 broiler- and that '
1,758 hampers, fryers '
beans steady supply on the market at Mr. Walker pointed out that The award oft master, teacher to I v ?
JM.48. Cabbage 73,841 pounds $1.557.41. Cucumbers 1,048 all times; if the market has pro- have been raised from the five valuable lessons have been learn baaed,,on the following activities.: ,;TI ,I.
Lettuce, 2,554 dozen, 176638. Pepper, 1,140 duce million baby chicks that were !;i!' y
,1s, 113462. I for sale, the buyers will ed. For Instance, It has been ) Methods? type and quality( /Instruction ,
,$1,11897. Squash, 773 hampers $1,469.93.With I come. It Is very rare that the bought by these families In MayIn found out that with proper care I a ; Future. F arID. r*-(o*:; fIi.jI.&} ,,

the recent(.appointment of 'J.: B: Gardner aa manager of market has nd buyers when thereIs response to the National ap- and feeding, chickens may be America work; community' ler1 1,\: '
market, it was stated that the goal henceforth will be to run a steady supply of produce. fense.In peal raise more food for de- raised even when they are hatched I vice? supervised. practice workS kiit ,

market aa a business!! In a businesslike manner In order to serve Growers can further cooperate by Bradford Clay and Union In May and June. L enrollment and other activities. .?r 'r

powers to the best advantage Mr. Gardner is.experienced In notifying the market just what Counties 4,000 baby chicks were The money received from the J !
I !
rket work, having been employed at the Wauchula market for they are growing and what they bought, and of these 1,700 cockerels cockerels probably will pay the _? BETHEL

past four years. Mr. Gardner Is eager to meet all growers, andS expect to grow and In that way have been sold or are readyto cost of the entire five million Hy Mrs D. D. WMMlard ,;1 'wr.iMr
I; will be to h
possible a v e a
them to come by the market at the first opportunity and get supply for the buyers : be sold In culling the new chicks'and, of the feed! used In I Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. Allen and; ,
flocks to save the pullets for egg raising them to this stage. As t 1
ualnted.) "The Ion have returned from spendlnc--
with the of the growers of Bra dford production. moat of the sales throughout the
to acquaint growers future.pollcy mar- attended
order where y
In a week In Oluaiee they a""
Mr. Gardner hasissued, the following statement: County and those In the surrounding "But the additional $730,000 Income region have been made throu&hcoopt'ratlve O. C. (Clevy) Norman a nativeson the camp meeting at Lake
counties should remem- from which associations and of Bradford
sources the as County, who baa
Starke State I ber that this market belongs to small farmer bulk been chosen City. 1J1
of the never tapped before cooperative or buying aa Master Teacherof
tcthitlea Future Flans and Policies of the B. W. Smith of Jasper' spent
1940-41 season: I I them and that unless they co- Is only part of the story" proved its advantages, a vnluible Vocational A g r'l I e u Iture' of Woodard;
,N' Market Starke Mrs. D. D
State Farmer Market: the day with ,
operate with the market they
said Supervisor Walker. "That he lesNon In cooperation has North and West Florida for the
lie active market season began "If the growers will cooperate I can't hope to benefit from It. The was Inspired to do the job, that been Implanted deeply. school year 194041. The appointment Monday.. 'as

II tbe pecan sales during ,the with the market, then the market I only reason fees are charged by was announced by J. F. Williams Miss ,Thelma St. John and Rays;

of October. For the can work better for the welfareof the market Is so that we can pay I Jr., state supervisor of vocational St. John of Olustee recently.
er time part at any market In the the growers. In the past there I our operating expense and main- I Hampton Group Has Highest Canning RecordIt agriculture Mr. Norman visited Mrs. J. M. Allen'and Mr.< ti a 1 'r r

t have been some growers who sell tenance Since these expenses I received a cash prize and a free D D. Woodard. yrx
Ie an auction of pecans was their produce in their fields to are Incurred while operating for From recent reports made be" possible for the farmer to carryon trip to Kansas City, Mo., to the Mils. + Thelma 'St. John' :Mlsa-

j; due to the uncertain supply, buyers to avoid paying the mar- the growers then It is only right Miss Madge Whigham, Home A better farm program. national convention of Fit t ore Emma Allen and Mrs J. :M.. Allen\'' ,t

e auction was discontinued. ket fee; also other growers come that the growers pay the fee; and Supervisor of Farm Security Administration Even though the season for Farmers 'of America, which will and son spent the day with' Mrr',:' r,

t8 were then made 'by the to the market, get a buyer for in view of the fact that the fee the highest canning vegetables has been discouragingfor I be held this fall and Mrs. A. M. 'Gllsson. and solo;', r "t
wer direct to the buyer with their produce: then take the buyer averages only one tenth of one records come from the Hampton many farm families, Mrs. Mr. Norman Is the son of Mr. Sunday. '

market acting as go-between. elsewhere to load merely to avoid cent from every dollars' worth of Homemaking Group. Jesse J. Brannen with two member -------- : '-1; -rR.tN...

In; this method of selling, the the fees. In view of the fact produce sold for. the. growers The goal set by all homemakers in famUy has canned 209 ; '
I .
rket: handled 104,762 pounds of I that the package fees charged by there: should be no objection to it. under the supervision of The quarts from her,garden Mrs. Cul- Hampton Happenmgsv' \ r l

illS for an average price of the market amount to only one "The aim of this market Is to Farm Security Administration is ver Van Alstlne with two in -, Mr ,

> cents making a gross sale of tenth of one per cent of the gross preform the maximum service for to can and preserve 100 quarts family baa canned 107 quarts and byMm. I AT TUB CHUKCIfKS THIS '. f'f'WKF.K w?

28.58.'lib sales, the growers are saving but the growers at a minimum of cost per person In ,family and fruits, Mra. Walter C. Collins with eightIn M. W. Morrow *t... nM+

the ending of the pecan very little. If a grower sells in to them; and by having full co- vegetables and meats during the family has canned 251 quarts.By Baptlat Church-.The. RevC, ,.A.t; : war"' '
the field operation of all the this This large canning budget planting a large fall garden CAMP \ ,!, ww
D: the market began selling usually h e is selling growers year. I O'UCNA PROVES Warren of 'Alachua-Morning and, : 't '
duce to the army at Camp without the benefit of knowing wUl be possible. I cuts down the cash living expenses this group plans to complete can- POPULARThe evening worship, > "

ding. During the period JUst what the market price I* and I of the family and make ning budgets before December.Instruction Baptist Week at Camp O'- I Hope Baptist ChurchTherenaBeginning ?' $,

ell the army was permitted to usually the grower loses much American citizens. Heed the, Lena proved popular with the ,
I : : of a aerlel'of revival \ ,
at private sale the market more than he saves by avoiding declaration of emergency by our New ManagementAt and $295 .for solo I younger set this. week when Mrs. I meetlngaKveryon Is Invited, a s

$1.699.35 gross sales of mixed the market fee. An excellent ex- President! Buy Defense Savings flying. At present they have only I J. W. Home took the following
of this of Is Bonds and Flying School girls t o camp: Jeannine Cook, I Ctty"at'' ': l e'
uce to the army. they ample means selling Stamps regularly. two training plane, but they plan Lewi Rime of Plant tii 4 f
j discontinued Its private buy- done during the pecan season, at -Buy Defense Bonds A Stamps- ','Ilarvene Watterson; Marlon spending' a few,days with Edward. "\ I ,
the market secured brokerswere Bob Soule', the original ownerof soon to have a passenger plane Johns, Barbara, Betty and Mar- Saxon. 'a+

successful bidder' on the flying service at the Starke also. They plan to be here permanently I tha Home. Mrs. C. M. Dees of P ant City* ...... i4 !

I fresh fruit and vegetable-(: FARMERS airport, has taken it over since and seek the good will I The girl plan to remain a weekat spent Wednesday Visiting Mravt ', \

jets at. Camp Blanding. By WITH OUR I the untimely "depaiture" of "C.ptaln" of the people, despite the past un- this beautiful settlement on Ethel Jones On her ,return abe,, ,t: u"

in; these brokers on the platthe Martin ten days ago." Mr.Soule' avoidable misfortune caused by"Captain" the banks of the Santa Fe River wa accompanied by BllHe and t '

i local growers had a cash I Is a Florida "cracker, haw near High Springs. Jackie Dees who" bad' spent icy-;,,
Irket for their produce. Sales O. B. Moody, of New River, cul- farm, but I have some boy who ing been born at Fort Walton, Martin. era weeks here,. ,{ : '

I produce to these brokers tivates half of his 52-acre farm at do most of the farming. I near Pensacola, and lived at West Mr*. Inez Davis and son. Walter Mrs, I.LMurphyrof: Port ',

ten to $26,632.40.ause New River. He says he would To continue about the prison I Palm Beach for 14 years. How- New Koch Fountain of Rome Ga., are visitingher Orange visited friend Sunday:;' ,h i "
cultivate all of It If he could farm, Mr. Bloodworth said: "I ever, he came here from Meridian, mother. Mr. Q. W. Saxon, ;
: of adverse weather,con- get Koch's1' Drug Store has Just 'and! sister, Mrs Eugene Dirt before returning home with' her ,; a++
one the strawberry crop was anybody to help him. One of his don't think they are hard on the Miss.Kenneth! I husband, Rev, I. S. Murphy, 'who' "
Rice, who Is associated ordered from Southern Darles, left
the Miss Madge Gay Friday
late and In quality sons is In the army stationed at people out at prison farm- 'I has been conducting; the Baptist ; e
poor ;
with Mr. Soule', halls from Jackxonvllle, a second soda fountain for an extended visit with friends t
those who do not give them
and the any revival
services this
t two factors greatly reduced Camp Blandlng- by way, here week. rs
[ quantity of berries handlede he did not go on maneuvers. An- trouble. I believe they realize Cincinnati. When at the Birmingham which, when Installed, will and relative In Atlanta, GA Mrs, H. .B. Wiggins and 'Mra.' it.: f

market. In spite of the short other owns his own farm and that those people out there are (Ala) air how last add a 12-foot extension to the O. T. Stewart of Mulberry lethe Mary William spent Wednesday ; I win
human beings, If June Mr. Soule' saw Mr. Rice present one, and will help take of his brother Glenn '
the market handled works on it. A third son lives at even they are !guest Macclenny visited" } '
fely $7:1.000.00: worth of approxl-berries. home, but has always worked in prison. I guess they(are about bring down his plane with a para cure of the 68 seats In the fountain Stewart, Mrs. .W, M. Knabb and Mrs. :Mattie -'"v '
hard on the bad ones as the chute It made such an Impression and luncheonette department t
purlng the vegetable season elsewhere. a Mr. and Mrs Glenn Stewart Thompson. y'1! 1..
law allows. I don't think the law that he Immediately became associated O. 1.. Lflnsln, with many years experience -
week-end Mr. Mr. of1
I market had a most successful "There are so many other and von, Hilly, were and T. E. Duncan .

V.: and except In some In- things." said Mr. Moody Satur allows them to be very hard. Their with prices him.for instruction In months at In such Koch'work, Is, and the seven man- guests of Mrs. Stewart' mother, Gainesville spent Sunday ,with Mr.I '.. J; w?
m at the Asked whether he thought the Mrs. Dixon of Dunellon. >aston Wynn. ', )
end of the season day, "that pay more than the flying are $395 per week for dual ager of this department '
ft t produce had an immediate farm pay That Is the worst prison was for reformation or '.ti a eA

1 when It came on the plata. tfouble. If I were physicallyable punishment, he said: ) i I fs'f'l'Ir +
l lL
,,5." .n
.The market, acting a* agent to do m y work, I would "I think the prison makes new t 1
IHe grower, has sold $3,464.68 I much rather do It than hire it men out of some o f them. I / '. r L::,t ,

|tli of produce to the army done." sometimes think our prison hardens l\ON 'of d. r edA1"l
r ng the month of June. The S. P. Yarbrough, of Ralford, a few men, but not many 'of: M<, .",:", \.t .Il'',' I,

r of vegetables amounted to was standing near during the .r them. Just being In prison, ant! +ft fH rJL. i1f! ,.... 4.
rwtmately $70,000.00. realizing that they are being t
conversation. "Speaking of other ', '. ,,' .. JiJi s
Ti> s tales of the market for things paying more than the farm, punished for their crimes makes T 'P- '"''Ji,: n

I Mason were U7 .233.93. I am glad to nee that," Mr. VarI new men out 'of some of them." .." ;.", "",,'I, M

brough said. "Times got mighty Turning to the war situation.Mr. 't
I ,J i
Bloodworth said!: "Hitler is
I don'twant
laerlca bad here a years ago.
: i -
U In a state of to ahead and over-run 'I ''
'. emerg- to see our country in' any going go '''- 'IAI\
r Every citizen'Is urged to do .trouble, but I'm glad somebody Russia, and! go on for awhile lie 'ttt N .. (# ..uawy
part by buying Defense Sav- People com- will lose In the long run, but that srs1 'QI "
Bonds can pay something. -4.T1 t s' ,
and Stamps. fellow Is not near whipped yet. ;. '
plain that they can't pay what __ '
W Defense Bonds &. StampS- ,the Govermnemt can pay Well, But he's getting weaker in a way, .! ;' 4 4,6e 4f1'

that is all right. You can't expecta and will finally lose. We'll get ....... ,f 'qC''
one-horse farmer to pay what Into the war before It's over." ,,

AUTO PARTS 1 1tSED the Government can pay. It I ....'. ,. :,), .j,
makes things better every day I W. W. Green, 0 f Hellbronn TIRES.
GEXER.\TORS REBUILT to have plenty of.work going on. Springs, cultivates 35 acres of a <">#{ i ra

GLASSCASH AUTO "I have heard that'some schools 60-acre farm, on which he raises e 'arn< ;.udTAKE '* Vwr

CARS FOR have not opened because the chil-f mostly corn, beans, strawberries \ :
.\. y CONDITION.TRUCKS .IN dren all. have Jobs. I don't like I and sweet corn. "I don't know," \\\ r :

that. The children need an edu- said Mr. Green Saturday, :

t'sed Autos $25 cation." "whether I'll raise any strawberries f : i ':
Mr. this year or not. I have I ,
In response to a question I ,

HASKINSAUTO Yarbrough said: "The folks in grown them all my life But In therehasn't them \ ,;. i'W'j1
been enough money
lot more
tell a
Starke can you '. ljli)
yortb PARTS about the state prison than I can.I for the past ten years-except J ,)tt., 101(,. ',
.. J'o.
of Town OD Road IS I don't ever go around there. But for ft" season or twoto'come out ." *. w" -ndj
not run- on them. This last season If I '
that they
I can say .
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Shoes I used ning to.away'They' from are there holding like them they had picked had for them nothing fertilized. 1 wouldn't and ",," "'J J,'
? J'kHe

Made I" better Mr. than Moody they'interrupted used to:""Don't, have"These made trucks any-money.have Just about Z1M Dtn/ : : .':

Like New I you think they are having as gooda I' ruined the strawberry business .'g 4AII frill
I II't time as :you are?" Local growers I n small trucks possession, now, or. Dodge made 'famousplus ,\ '
"Hawing: selling In this neighborhood (from Dodge with All-Fluid -Fluid Drive performance : +

In i here to Jacksonville) a t small Drive-and own a ear whose entirely new and different. Get PI.UPID DKIVB .:V < -.,' d,a+
him Is about the worst thing ruin. We
been our
have '
the world." I don't prices ship any more berries like .leadership, in engineering and relief from constant shifting '

Referring to the. war, Mr i we used to. The best market performance will put you *wv and clutching-car jerking and g'"u

Moody said "I don't think It Is. and the ,best price are In the out in front for long, long bucking. Get efTortlensnes of i

right for Hitler 'to have the con- North." time to come. Buy now -*t driving and smoothness' of riding r a
Neither he nor, to the present war
trolling power. I the most advantageous price. reserved Fluid Driver "VTT4jf
\ wait until any other man should have the :situation., Mr Green said: "I hope to

111 ntlrely ;Jour aboetI whole world. To tell you the we'll win. And It look foolish is that will give aloof Get Dodge!: -now.TM tithe
won out. Dave 'I a ear
1r..n. "'pal.I ..... ow and truth. I believe the United States to think that Germany can whip service *....|OT ] all "Dependability" DODGEJ.
"'> the will win without ever really get- Great Britain and Russia and

Pl1 for mw J"01** you would ting Into the war. With the support that we can do. I don't know SMCIMCATIONf IUSJICT TO CMANOI WITHOUT NOTICi ;''y" pr'y'Da" '

los savings oneil.Ve give i I the United States Is giving I whether we can stay out of the MICIf. red and satlsfae. will win would be well to
with Britain I believe they war or not. It
''lab'' qulck I: and de-,. II without our ever declaring war." work it that way If we could-we
call to-
1. stay out and send only supplies.

Ral It would be fine If we could keepIt
W. B. Bloodworth, also of
Motors .
HolUngsworth i ford. was asked to "tell something up that way.- P. Roberts ,,

; about the state prison I
lectric Defense Saving Stamps
Shoe farm." "I pass along by the state of '
Shop In denominations "
: available '
PPe4te Park Theatre : farm often but never to stop. I I work hope 25 and 50 cents and $1 and $23. Temple Avenue STARKE, FLORIDA '.
have stop.
I don't ever
Bonds Stamp*- j .
I pretend to -Buy Defense ---1 ,
out at the Camp. awn"

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Friday night I'll get more preaching car" < Immediately: .

IlltiiJ SOCIETY and CLUBS Recent Births details 'wfcen they return from, there followed a crash as bossy..,
and Mrs. Jay Paul honeymooning '. Ex-Staff Sgt. also blinded by lights, walked''Into BIRTH DATES
of the Wear auto
m is Pvt. Wall now the pathway .
--- Jr.,
A: E. Wall
Ramey, Stark.. boy, August 12. Seems there was a little Mrs., Wear gave vent to her Some of the folks '
League Group Mary Agnes Matthews Miss Gladys Johnson Mr' and Mrs. Jeose A. AUman, dissatisfaction over his being A. feelings 'cy exclaiming, "Oh! My birthdays 'were a little late baVblt''

Returns From Camp Mr. and Mrs E. L. Matthews Returns From Camp Bradford County, boy, August 6. W. O. L. when his outfit pulledoff cow!" Bossy ''was stretched therefore turning In the .,! II',
He across the pavement- knocked to
tit. and Mrs. Samuel Richard for Looslana recently make
announce: the birth of a daughter Miss Opal Johnson returned lilt
Gladys regular
'hl A of young Starkeltes returned to Birthday
group 'em butnot. cold-when Mr. Wear alighted
12. with Column
Starke August caught
Clark boy finally up
) Mary Agnes, on Saturday.
4a, r I Saturday from the Inter; Jack Sunday night from Tallahassee quite soon enuff! total up the damage: one smashed August 4th. .
9. in Riverside Hospital, Struth.e Kate
t4f 4' Yr' mendlate Young People's Camp at' 'where she served an headlight and a bent fender. But ,
sonville. Mr*. W. E. Torode,. Sr., and
Camp O'Lena near High Springs counselor and Instructor in a Drug Store 'Repartee: Dorothy the cow got tip and slowly walked August Bth. MlM, Rug
I Mrs H. K. Tucker left Starke, Simpson..
;rY after a pleasant 'week of recrea- George Lloyd Patten, II children Bible mission camp on automobilefor Gray busy at the cash register away' and the Wears continued. ,
morning by
Monday August
tion and Instruction. Those attending -' tother night tried to shoo off their. homeward Journey loth. Uttl
hundred and ; 1IIJa
Lake One
'I Silver a vacation in North Carolinaand Dorothy> MAnn
,, 1t from here 'were: FrancNColley Mr.. and Mrs. G. L. Patten ofTallahassee will spend two soldier customers by pointingat Johns.
attended from Florida Georgia They
children -
ten August
'' i llth.
b c Mary Weldon. Barbara the birth, of Helen Van Die an' s+ayin'"SM71 could'say -- Mrs, W
ii;< f'liiTO' ti announce I awhile in Greensboro,. N. C., and Well. folksWish I Green a.
6 *** MKiS Keen, Nina BUhpp, Prances Powell a son, George Lloyd Patten n, on Georgia, and Alabama, and then 23-24 they 'will wait on' you.." 'Tlien-aha "sd. long. See you In the who celebrated her 't
on August
; Virginia Sew Ur Billy Smith. Saturday morning. August 9, at i there 'were 15 counselors from attend an air show in Athena, frantically called. ."Oh, Helen! mountains! ", Looks 'r\o W where Anniversary in L a k e. Buutr
The Starke group 'wa* sccomJ: Johnson's sanitarium. Before her various sections) of tile state, and First soldier, to his companion: though, like all my mountains : she' Is v.. It III r her

{I panted by Marjorie. Sue' Middle* marriage )(raM Patten was Miss from Bob Jones College..Wheaton, Ga., in which Mrs.. Torode's memberof son. I "She says to go to Helen!" '. i w will .be 'mole hills when'1t conies (!augMe Mrs. Ralt Johns .
John. Arthur .Torode. a ,
of Moody BIble Institute, ,'Aygust 12th.ence. _
ton and Marvin Montgomery College Alvarez y
of Starke. Claude
.c Mary Canova the ,air corps United State I Sudden thought: tor vacationing: : Some folk IIi
ic, Jacksonville. and. Columbia Bible College. would look almost as lost .without to"Chimney Rock,' and''othetego Williams, who. ? iq -_.
Hiss the army; will -participate. John go ployee.of: > ,.t the.
Johnson weekend Guidon
Rose' Mary BrownleeMr. spent Arthur, will also do some para- his umbrella. Chamberlain without to Blowing Rock; but sonie- Grin..
( E. W. Smith;'"of:;3aspef'vlaited: 'with friends in Tallahassee! chute Jumping. They 'will also his ,,*Good news: Jack and how I seem to be stuck 'at the Jones.August 14th. Mr* 1)1fi

his son, Cleve Smith, an employ and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and on Sunday at 9 o'clock sanga Ruth (Sternberg) Scanlon may va'catlonless rWas BUrpriat,
I visit Mrs. ':Tucker's brother .and bid Grind Stone, says'your; ( -
'lg' r of the Sunshine Grill, the first Jr., of New Orleans, announce the solo 'over radio station WTALon slst r-m-Iaw.; Mr..wand Mrs J. E: slip back to'Starke for-a week;in ) party really a surprise'!)

I v 1 few days of this week. I birth of a daughter Rose Mary I IAu&ult the Sunday School program LaMon at Pine Harbor, Ga. the not too distant future .,1. -.Carolyn. .
14. 'I which Is a regular feature presented -
Mrs. W. H. Noll man returned/
people. At the
by young Pauline Torode will see son
W. S. C. S.,Will Meet MondayThe 11 o'clock service at the Lake- from Highland N. C., 'where she John Arthur (Air 'Corps) parachute It
We Wash Your Car For had been vacationing for the past
view Baptist Church she sang with jump at the Athens, Ga., CONGRATULATIONSare
Woman' Society of Christian two' months. Her two' daughters,
rt sextet. '
s a girls' alrshow'' Wonder who'll jump
Service will meet Monday I Belli Jane and Catherine, remained due to our townsfolk for the excellent
Mls Johnson's third most John Arthur or Mrs.
I This was the -
lw ? If It Rains Again In 24 afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, at the' consecutive year as counselor. .at there, .and in a short Torode's heart? ,. Unnerstana quality off their .picture-taking:
church. Program and business time,. after Mr:, and Mrs. Nollman ,
'k' Hours We Will Wash It meeting. I the camp. have transacted some business In that patients on the 4th floor of 'PROUDLYWe
Riverside Hospital were mighty
v Settling, both of them will go to
Again FREE Donna Adeline Stilley disappointed 'when Gene an' HazelMattbe'WII' have enlarged of these
s Baptist W. M. U. To Meet Highlands for awhile. many picturesand
dotter, Mary Agnes,
Miss Irene Matthews, employeIn displayed them in our' windows. We
1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Stilley entered the world without her
DRIVE IN AND LET U, The business and
the offices 'of the Coca-Cola will continue this
of the W. M. U. announce the arrival of a daugh mother's blond tresses That'sno practice every week
plant has returned from a weeks'vacation
'N FILL YOUR TANK WITH will be held at the church Mon- ter-Donna Adallne-at St. Luke's at her home in Moultrie, 'way to .treat_sick people, MaryAbHentmfnded THANKSto
Hospital, Jacksonville, August 7. I ,
I '' / THAT POWERFUL day at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 2 Ga. .. ""
our many friends ,who have
will be in charge of the program complimented -

SHELL GAS Mrs. Clyde Nelle Fountain an- professor hav- us on our fine, photofinishingand

nounced Wednesday. en't a thing on Florence NorthSeems ,amazingly quickjservice.
'' Callstreet Invited numberof .
:I R YOU'LL GET MORE Carolyn ) she a : 'r
'% .Mrs. Russell McRae and little ; friends for lunch tother day. AGAIN '

MILES PER GALLON son. Jimmie have returned from an' then promptly forgot all
we announce a new service for Starke
South Florida 'where they visited about the date '. Was enjdyin'

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner at herself in front porch rocker \
v.1. this and Lll
nvj Sober thoughts I'm having Dees, Wally Stewart -
Y Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. and Char- 'when they'arrived, each carrytn
week, folks Don't know what Sternberg, Grace Green ENGRAVED PERSONAL
GOODYEAR Tool at Winter Haven. put me I n such a melancholymood lie Simmons, the Edwin' Greens, a plump-.paper; bag ; 'll'1 suit 1t: :

L"Y W T. Clute had as his dinner but can't help thinking of Sappo IngramDot Green, and at first, Florence spied the bags STATIONERY

TIRES, TUBES guests at Keystone Inn Sunday the many who have come to scads of others' 'weavln around and thought. "Well, It won't 'be .

AND BATTERIES Judge and Mrs. .A. Z. Adklna, A. Starke eagerly ,searching for the the dance floor UDder leadership so bad after all. They've brought choose your box from our.r select' ,line of
Z. Adkins Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. their lunch;' t But she bad another
pot of gold at the end of the of ob-.the Conga King initials
Fred Guy and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. '' slnkln'" spell when they stationery pick your (or your full
rainbow Perhaps they found Everybody was In step but Sappo
Carlton.Mr. the pot, for a few dizzy 'weeks, tother night and he liked to opened the sacks and pulled out name if you wish) and I wedothe,. ,. engrave

and Mrs. Thurston Taylor but discovered all to soon that have ruined LII Sternberg's shins -their knitting! .w, It all cam .ing right on the premises.a
GAINES SERVICE moved Into an apartment at the out all right, however .. The '
the darned thing leaked ,. before he ever ran'down t
residence of Col. and Mrs. D. E. *
pantry 'was raided an'
STATIONOn They 'were nice people, for .tbemoat' everyone
Knight Monday. Mr. Taylor I i. part-but their Ideas Jus'didn't ehjoyed the informality of the occasion We Also Engrave Greeting Cards For All
Temple! :Ave, connected with the Canada Dry Drama OB Call Street: Newsboy Incidentally. Lucky ,
click, and Call St
Company. -"How about buyln' a paper? OccasionsBRADFORD
Florence will soon be vacatlonin': .
them no more It's the last I'll :be sell In'
day at Virginia Beach ..

Our Food !. Prepared By Expert Whose There was Charlie Stone 'who 'em" Customer?"' -"What's "
the matter out of
Ion Moving
If the Is must the SHOPNEXT
,name Wood ) PHOTO
Years of Experience Have Taught Them Starkeitea tried awfully and hard Blanding to soldiers make town' ?" Newsboy"Naw.I've head be, wooden? .Thus
been framed. The boss is
The Art of Satisfying Appetites turn out for professional wrest reasons t'artba.' Wood's young
klckln' me out so she can give DOOR WESTERN, UNION
He brush In
offspring was
ling In the dizzy 'whirl that the to her friend! -
F job boy her tother day hera Hour
'was Starke last 'winter he couldn't hair banged Quality Photo, Finishing 12 Service \
Ah Sol It takes little
COME IN AND GIVE THEM A TRIAL even draw a decent crowd 'with me a little heavily, and stopped: with
to"get In 'world STARKE FLORIDAnnouncinq
drag along the a surprised look at the noise tbe :
his of Jack .
super-coup bringing even at that tender agel.! Incidentally ,
back of the brush made mum
Call'Street .. The on
Dempsey to ,, '
.. Grill town still boom t "thet''hoes" is Mary my's head '. Sooohe: banged! "
Guidon was too ga-ga. '
WInkler alledged to 'rule the '
her again and said, "Come. In!" ,
so Charlie rolled up hiss, mat, an' newsies with iron hand .. "1H"1II"IU''I'I1I'1'UIiI'' "''' '' ''' ''' '''''"''"'''"''''II.'UIH'IIIIWI''jjj''IIII'"I111''j''U''j".U''I'U"'I''' ''' '' '' ''' "' ''' '' '''', '' '''' l'-'
I IEnds'
Next Door To Courthouse left Then there 'was.pleasantH. ., Bright chillun, Martha! .

,I A. McKinnon who opened abusiness ;:;;' I Iseeln' '-
and You won't be A black cow. somewhere between -
In the days .when another I
drug store seemed like a surefire John Godwin' around as Jan an' Starke, opened one .
often i Seems Uncle Sam called limpid brown eye, mooed "Wheream
bet But the location wallhalt
Guaranteed Monday an' he answered like all I?" and, although somewhat
a block too far east on Call
GREEN'SSTORE St.,, an' the soldiers' jus' wouldn'tgo good little selectees should dazed, 'walked off under full con- /
Gals In the metal warehouse offices trol Tuesday night Seems
out of their 'way to buy .
Flojir at Blanding are beating the that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wear

heat by typing In their bare J feet were returnln home from .Jax
i And rentnnbPr Roy LerhoiM<< t Everette McKlnney and Doris after dark and% were suddenly Pre-School
i who packed 'em In the Ritz Cafe Cahoon said "uh-hub. in G'viUe
blinded by the lights of an ap-

for a 'while with good meals at ....... .
48 Ibs. '$1.25 Cash & Carry a moderate price? .. Well high -""-'''.'''''."''."'"'"'.'''"",III""IIII"IIOIIIIIIIII'"III'WIIIIIII''IUIIII'U1II1.UI"UWUI' ' IW'WIItI"'WU'HIIi.iiilljjjjl'iWilliiuilwwWlUJUIIUHIIIIUII'' ''''''''''' !
rent eventually got him And

N. Walnut St. 'where Is Roy now' ? I wonder ... Summer SpecialsPlain

,24 Ibs + _____ 65c Then personable Merrla Martin PHRKT
Starke Fla. with her Cottage Dining Room
12 Ibs __.._ 38c a quiet pleasant place that

seemed a sure bet "with the right

kind of people," but somehow the H E H T H E5THRKE .

Idea got around that The Cottage :'

Sugar 5 Pounds 25c 'was long on style and price FLDRIDH r

and even a last-minute stab at

too dinners couldn't save it Shampoo and Setx ;

Modern And, Up-To-Date Theatre With Perfect Sound

Grits or 10 tbs. All 3 For. Don' get the Idea that I'm try-

Meal _______ 28c Bread __,._____ 25c In' to frighten newcomers away PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING SUN.. 'AUG., 17TII. 50c

.' But It's a good thing to
2 PkJt& 3F or know that even Stark is not aoolproof Sunday Monday, August 17 18 ..

Salt ... ______ 5c P & G Soap ..__ 1Oc bonanza for just anybody "Andy, Hardy's Private Secretary"With .
with.a bright Idea and a .
Mickey Rooney Stone
for ',- Some have
yen .
Latest War News The Happiest Man On Earth ..
come. and conquered but others t I
Best Blue Rose .
RICE 25c .. 'well, I can't help wonderln' ,.: Beautiful V
Tuesday August 19
4 Pounds ,:what they're doin now '. &
"TOO BUSY TO WORK"With : '>$*;

Now that's off my chest I can Jed Permanents
Prouty Spring Byington \ _
Relish or Quart get down to the serious business .
; : Quart Also Selected Short Subjects
ot the week Edna and Dink
N Salad Dressing 20c Peanut Butter 20c '
Hart leavln Sunday for the Great $1.95
gib Wednesday Thursday, Aug. 20 21
Smokies Elizabeth and Jim-
Maxwell house '
Toilet 3 Rolls .
BAY"With .
mie Seymore also planning a N.

Coffee -1f M---- 27c Tissue ___ __ __ lOc 1 C. vacation S. R. Johns' poet Paul Muni Gene Tierney ,.
exchange job took him to. La. Latest War News Also Paramount Short Subjects -

with "the boys" an' thoughtful V : :
Potatoes No.1 19cNo wife'Dot says every time she has Friday, August 22 ,:>+......;..!I-.-.. ,. ... -tOil
fried chicken at home she can .. "
Pounds hardly choke it down for think- "TRIAL ,OF MARY. DUGAN"With ; ...-rrr. ,: I ;-..

: _.,: ,
in' about S. R. way out there Loraine Day Robert Young ;'i'' ; '. "
without a drum stick to his name t "Riders Of Death :Valley" No. 6 Cartoon 'd' ;; "; !' ,: Shampoo and Set
1 White DOL Rrnohfkld Ib :'
Egg.,; _____ ___ 37c Butter39c 1 Saturday .Aug. 23 Double Feature '. '. ... ,;:; :.

Have you seen Clara Mae Har-. !,-, "r 75J
Creamery 1b Wisconsin Daisy Ib Roman Feature No. "BARRICADE"With ... .. 1"-'..
Harley'a new striped I
purse Alfce{ If. .. ::!
Butter ----_rI, 35c Cheese _______ 26 : In pastel shades? The miniature Faye Warner Baxter '....... -'. .' ,.. '
1 museum over the bar In' Joy t" "
Jo's Place? Mrs. "Ducky's1! Feature No. "Ragtime Cowboy Joe"

hair? It's all ways jus so With Johnny Mack Brown School] Girls"Now; Is' The' Time -

TomatoesNo.c .' Grace Dew at a typewriter' In Also-"Riders, of '''Death Valley" No. 6 and Cartoon "

: the abstract office? (Nice

addition an' abstraction MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY '
12 ) NIGHT 11:30: P. M. f) ; '=
Floy Webb (once a trident, nowa ''FREE AND EASY"With / 7

2 Pkgs. lb visitor) wanderin' around town oadgJai,.
+ trytn to orientate himself Ruth Hussy Robert CummingsAlso
r Macaroni,.. 5c Onions ___ _ 5c Clair Jean Mundy's gradual permanent Selected Short Subjects

Prince Can 1b ? She gets two new -- ---

curls a day in mama's beauty ,
Albert lac Oleo __ __ _. 12c parlor The score now standsat i .

eight VQCE[

r.. SCRATCH FEED 100 Pounds$2.20$ Blue Diamond-seems to be the E Pleti saea ofttiP 1l .moil.I.ma'MmnwawMw

hide-out of the- local Conga fans oCeLLa .4'1v. .

Almost nightly you'll run

Into Robert Green and Eloise Inarwu, I
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r BITS ,of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Young Miss Ann Cockfleld spent-the !r Mr. and Mrs. Charles: 'Brock ahdson =T:--CW\JlI.a- Ia left .Monday -forMowettsv

have returned, home after t a week-end in 'ths:fullera *
I Daytona Beach re Bobby, of Taft, Texas, are I S..Cto attend.
lengthy stay In Jacksonville. turned home Monday night, but ,' Holstotav, '
ft &
guests of Mr. and tin. O. V/ l' Ma uncle, Gus
Bates of Mr. and'Mrs.. T. N, LImbaugh. I Attorney W, B. Cone of Mc- left early Tuesday morning for .
E Mrs. Sherman Little Jo Ann Thomas, of Crescent clenny In Stark White. Mrs Brock 'is MJ'1J.White' 4
and was Wednesday Lake City, S. C., and of esuaSR it
were guests of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs has I parts If r.eea .Aid .
Bead City,
returned home after and placed legal matters before North Carolina. She is sister. While here Mr. '
fed of :Mr. Thomaa Limbaugh and childrenof expectedto 'mE' useDneeStesltaekt'Ui..r.
WednesdaY spending two weeks with He* :and Mrs. Brock yo
Judge A. Z. Adktns. are visiting Home '
be .
about ,
Ga. away two weeks.Mr. ,
Adel spent ., Indigestion, ,
White. Wednesday y
0 VV grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shafkln of Florida's Interesting place.; on ,
rs. M. C. Stith and with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown and Mrs Henry Registerand GlNttngCJaalf.artltarryD.l..itimltrl.
wryashinffton Miss Buna I!and Mrs. Sunday afternoon went to
and Cummlnga of Thom. Handelsman spent Wednesday ; they t
,' D. C.. are lee and family little daughter Katherine of ,.... __pie 01 UDCA
Na-- t a
asvllle, Ca. Camp d.
\ spent the week-end in Gainesville Blanding on Monday to
of attending to : '
parents, :Mr. Mrs. Barbara Conway, of Jacksonville Miami arrived Wednesday after be oklet at
Stlth's re.ting'
with Silver adr** flat
her and
ot Mrs. brother-in-law and sis business matters. Spring. on Wednesdayto .'
In spending this' week noon for a visit with Mrs. Regis.ter's -
H. L. Brownlee. ter, Mr. and Mrsx T. A. Graves Mrs. A. M. Darby returned to St. Augustine and Marine Gar "
11. Briggs, of .Jackaon- here with her sister, ,:Mrs. XX M. mother Mrs. W. F. Godwin. dens. CARPENTER'S PHI7O STOW' r4
Betty J. W. Abernathy of Starke last Saturday after
of her uncle Thomas Daytona. spending Mrs. Register will be remembered : x
the guest Beach a week In the mountains of -- -
II was here last Friday visit. here
MM. :A Z. as Miss Margaret Godwin. -
and Mr and Mrs. I C.
Klckliter K
Judge North at ,
.unt. Ing his son-in-law and Georgia Porter Springs.Mrs. .
.. and daughter, of' Stuart daughter, Dr L. W Koch left last Tuesday
were Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Green. Darby accompanied 'Mrs. READY MIXED CONCRETE, SAND, TRAVEL, '
Wall 'and Mrs. J. week-end guests of Mrs. E. M. to spend three weeks In Arcadia -
W 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fetch James L Campbell who was
Thomas and spent where he' also BUILDING BLOCKS SIDEWALKS DRIVEWAYS ,
Wednesday In J. F. Kickliter. operates a ,
her at
spent visiting parents their
rownlee .. Monday in Jacksonville on bust summer .
Ule. ?, Mrs, W. B.: Sewell was in Jack. ness. home at Porter Springs. drug store.New STEPPING STONES. IN, FACT; WE,.
of Apopka,1 sonyUe| Tuesday attending- Mrs. Mark Wlleox'and son, Joe residents for Starke are
Mr. and "
C. Robinson Mrs. Jack FOR '
acid Flr Mr, and Mrs, David White :and
of her brother meeting) of, the Beta Phi. Alumni. Gainesville, were Wilcox of Coral Cables and West V *

e'.1n.laW JUelt, Mr..and.MrL' James... Club. Miss Gayle. Sewell Mr. and Mrs,.W guests;' B. Sewell.Sundayof Palm Beach are the guests 'of their two children of Miami. Mr. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. *,..* It ; f aualy
Mr*. A. 2 ''Adkfn: accompanied her mother) but i Mrs. R,' A Green. Mr. Wilcox White I. employed at Camp Blan

and,nd Mrs S.. p" PhfUpsrecently spent her time shopping.Mr. know. Friends here are pleased to has been Inducted into the Army ding, In the construction: depart Call Us Today For Estimate '

moved to' Lawtey ... and Mrs. H. A. Bishop that Joseph Thomas son I and will shortly, be stationed 'at ment. Jr 1'a t u1
of Mrs. E. M.
Thomas and for '
apartment at the I spent Wednesday afternoon In a Camp Blandlng. R. O. (Bob) Hutchison,'an employee .. tM
mer Starke is '
have boy, now the
ownerof -
Jacksonville on business. I Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. Mark of the State Welfare
residence. the Thomas Store in '
Drug .Wilcox and Lucille and Lex Green, Board and who has been detailedto A. A. ANN IS
--- Crescent .
City. Jr". spent Wednesday In Jackson work in Bradford County since .

Mrs. I. P. Shepherd spent the ,ville. April 1941. will be transferred

INSURANCE. AN D. BONDS week-end in Adele Ga., and while Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and next week to Baker County.Mr. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION .\';

there attended' the funeral of a 'daughter, Gloria, spent the weekend and Mrs Clyde Priest and STARKE FLORIDA
friend. 1
in Jacksonville with relatives family are spending a week at
.WALL AGENCYConstant Mrs Rosa Williams of Gaines. E. L. Langley, ambulance driver Clearwater Beach and are expected '235 Washington, St. --.l> Phone 165. .' t
HAROLD C. viUe, is spending the week with for the! De Witt C. Jones Funeral to''return home Sunday ,

Mrs. Paul E. Canova and Mrs home, and MrsLangley spent R. J. Priest of Lake City Is managing

R.Miss G. KIdd. Sewell the week-end at their home In the Priest 5c to 11.00 Store "wu.wawuaw.a. iw"wwwwruwaawlw.wwwwwwa'.. ... . || _e_'iwniTaw>a iiiiii.I"W..... iyta ea,
Service Over 50 Years Virginia spent several Pelham, Ga. Upon their return during Mr. Clyde Priest's absence., i ,?r is

days this week visiting Miss they brought their friend Mrs.F. Mrs. Priest accompanied her husband

Roberta Whitfield, at the State B. West Jr., for a short visit here from Lake City. Announcing The Opening ofBon .

lease Phone 146 Starke Farm. Wednesday G. W. Langley, Titus Olson Is planning to start .;\i, .hM 4'1 .1 !M v

Mrs. I* O. Reid and daughtersare brother of E. L Langley, drove to I his vacation Saturday and will

visiting relatives In Jacksonville Pelham. taking Mrs. West home spend three weeks with his parents Art Studios Inc.

and other points in the state 'He also took Mrs. E. L. Langley. In Illinois. r 'Y'ewe

Mrs. F. A. Moore of Gainesville He and Mrs. Langley will returnto Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham '
'I :
.spent Monday and Tuesdaywith Starke after a two week's visit spent Tuesday In Jacksonville:

RITZ THEATRESunday Mrs. J. B. Sapp. G. W. Langley an employe at W. S. Rivera spent Thursday "

Mrs. J. H. Gill of Atlanta, Ga., the Starke Coca-Cola plant Is night of last week In Auburndale IN THE NEW ,. r ,1 N

arrived yesterday to spend sometime recuperating from an operationfor and returned to Starke Friday. ..

Monday-August 17 & 18 at Kingsley Lake with Mr appendicitis: which he under Mr. and Mr. B. Jacobs returned ....

( : Saturday night) and Mrs J. M. Alvarez.Mr. went at the Alachua: County Hospital Monday after a weeks'. vacation OLSON BUILDING ,

Previ"M00N'OVER'' MIAMI"i and Mrs.: Donald 'McDowelland at Gainesville two months In' West Palm Beach with
ago. Upon his return from Georgia 223 S. WALNUT ST. !: -
sons Donald and Clyde McDowell their daughter Mrs. Wm. Do- ,
Witb"Don'Ameche and Grable his work
Betty to
he expects resume
i Technicolor last week-end In brow. Mrs. Jacobs reports that
," spent
Fox News and Bill Tilden on Tennis with the Coca-Cola company.Mrs. \t: 1 d' ',; It
Added: Jacksonville vial ting Mr. Mc I, their visit was a grand one. The

Dowell's relatives W. H. Struth and daughter I weather was perfect and they r Creators of Fine Portraiture* .y I .''to<

Tuesday; Aliguat'19Double: Feature"LAS'VEGAS' Mrs Shelly Hall has returned Miss Kate Struth. had as their I spent most of the time swimming f obi .1.1r
week-end guests Mr. and :Mrs.. W.
Iin the bathing pools and visiting
NIGHTS"ith after spending the first of the -
I... Edwards and daughter, Fred- on the pier.
with her
| Tommy Dorsey and Orchestra and Bert Wheeler sister week Miss in Edna Hutto.: rlka; Mrs. Frank G. Bauknlght i. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mundy II. I _,_._ .,.."JI1'1 1..1'';.. "' ,. .. .
and daughter Jane Merrill, and of I' r
Mrs: Geo. W. Compton of Fort and sons, Eugene and ,A. "' ''I i '
"ACCENT'ON LOVE" Martin Struth, of Jacksonville; Laurens S. C:, spent' the weekend ,..Il'I; ... I ,,siwwi
S. C. Is visiting Mrs. "' 4
Jackson Mr. and Mrs W. W. Page andIons a e
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I ,' \
With George Montgomeryand Osa Massen W. F. Godwin. ,, Billy and Martin, of Lake W. B. Mundy Jr. Opening Special l .l

Added -"Playing With Neptune" Mrs. W. G. Halle has returned City. Jane Merrill, has been Mrs. Kitty Lane, Mrs. Fred Hoi- 'J, J ,.. i M

after a visit In West Palm Beach visiting for two weeks In the combe and Miss Kitty Hogsed,

with her son and daughter-in- home of Mrs.. Struth. week-end .. .
: all of Jacksonville, were '
Wednesday, Thursday-August ,20, 21 law. Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Halle. The Rev. Thomas J. Murphy, guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. 2 Lovely 8x10 Photos

"THE 'WAGONS, ROLL AT NIGHT Father Thos. J. Murphy was of the Catholic Church of Starke, Parks at their Kingsley Lake ** ?. 4
New York City recently moved into the new cottage ,
called to
|With Bogart Sylvia Sidney Joan Leslie place. ;*:;' \
Humphrey death of his Col. D. E.
because of the Just completed by Policeman Clarence Rhoden begins Colored In Oil $3.95'x'.
and Cartoon
Added M.. G. M. .News
brother, Dennis Murphy, on August Knight near the high school build. his 6-day vacation today, be ,.

1, Funeral services were ing. .This Is one.,,of several cottages and his wife will spend! the time '***. ,; Wes'

Friday, August 22 held the following Tuesday, when each containing from threeto .at Jacksonville Beach. SELECTION. OF PROOFS', : lit' lc1t r

Solemn Mass was celebrated by six rooms which ,Col. Knight E. L. Klnchen, 1I'
Mr. and Mrs
"DANCE HALL"With ..... ... .
Father Murphy.Mrs. has had erected in..the, last few Mr"', 'and "Mrs Leonard Kmchen V' r-, ..J '' '." '" ..., : :!" ": 4' l.' 4

Carole Landis and Cesar Romero Belle Thomas of .Apopka months. and Mrs. O. J. Bennett of Macon, NO APPOiNTAIENT' NE. EBSrRVt9:-,,.;' 'it '*fI\' .,

Also Selected Shorts was visiting relatives here Tues Tom HogseJ. Jr., who Is In the Ga, spent Sunday a t Daytona : 'j. 'W' ,* ,1.ljtj.. .

United States Navy and stationed Beach. Mr. Kinchen states that

Saturday, August 23-Double Feature day.Mrs.. p :M. Barefoot and Miss In Hawaii. Is here visiting his there were so many people In Studio Hours! 11 A. M. to 8 P.-'M.' .i m;

Charles Starrett in Sara Barefoot were visitors to mother,' Mrs. W, B. Parks and bathing that automobile driving ...1
Gainesville Monday. Dr. Parks. Mr Hogsed's leave wan prohibited on certain sections ,u"wnraaalmunwelrannmmrumana/anwniammlwtaaumwlunal" ''' ''' '' ''' / ''' ,, ,,.'IrAIXN"," 111",14"1\1'' "", "" '\' ..Im" .min... ,Imm.mem' '''111 "MtMR"' ({ a7y

"MEDICO OF PAINTED SPRINGS"and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe were will expire on the 20th and he of the beach t .\A,,,1 v .r/11

here last week enroute to their will return to Hawaii and, com Mrs. O. J. Bennett will remain' ,- ".'

t home In Tampa, after a trip to plete his sixth year In the Navy. as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

"THE OFFICER AND TilE LADY"With Rochester, N. Y. While here they Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermanand E. L. Klncben until the latter Guy's Market'I
Rochelle' Hudson and Roger Pryor I were guests at the home of Mr. two sons, of Baltimore, Md.,, part of this week before returning :
arrived here yesterday and are to her home in Georgia.Mr. .
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mr.
Also: First Chapter of "White Eagle"NAT had of his mother, Mrs. O. W, and Mrs. Julian Faiber and i'
and Mrs. J. M. Allen guests (Formerly Benny' Grocery & Market) \\ J
as their week-end guests Mrs. Al Alderman, and Mr, and Mrs. L. Robert Chandler, M. P. Detach ;

len's sister, Miss Thelma St. John, A. Canova. ment. Station Complement at In New Olson Bldg. -' 225 S. Walnut St. .,, "
of Oluatee. Mr. Allen is an em- Mrs. R. A Green had as her Camp Blandlng. spent Sunday In 11 I t'f' ra'

SEZ: at the Sunshine Grill. guest the early part of thin. ,week Eustis' visiting Mrs. Robert

ha ploye Mr.. and Mrs. L. C. Hate and Her cousin, Mrs. Mattle, Plckeron Chandler, While In Eustts Mr. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS) !

Well anyway-this war Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Banks, all of of Orlando. and Mrs. Farber and Mr. and
me one thing. I'll never Chandler visited Tree FOR CASH ONLY ,
taught St. Petersburg, were here last Miss Dorothea Williamson returned Mrs. "Big ... :

; 4 go flHhlng or play a game of golf week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. last week from a vacation National Park" where the largest _ _

with a Riuuilan orts> Gtennan. Why spent in Philadelphia, Pa, With living cypress tree in the United : fit'

those fellows think '.m up so Halle.Wm.. M. Parker, general her sister, Mrs Don Wilson. States Is located.J. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, .lb, ..., 28c. ,
secre-1 J. Canova left Starke the
fart It'd make Ananias look like tary of the Miami Y. M. Miss Abble Etta Knight, night 1
first of last week to spend a few
Abe Lincoln. One thing Starke visitor Wednesday. cashier at the Guidon Grill, left
Honest was a

Uncle I'm glad Sun to know says, though. he's -getting When He where was the visiting Miami De YMCA Leon holds Springs Its month's the last of vacation last week In Newark to spend N.a Canova spending days In Hartwell.and their children vacation Ga., where had with been Mr.relatives. TALL MILK 2 Cans lSc' ;: J

'ready to defend the U. S. boys' camp and decided to J.
Mrs. Canova's niece accompanied
that's NO LIE! some of the other boys' camps Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns spentThursday them their return f \
vicinity. He and Robert B. attend. upon SMALL MILK 4 For 'i'4
this of the in Jacksonville home to Gainesville. -, -_. 15c' } ( 1
r Wear, Executive to business! matters. Howard left n
YMCA, and J, M. :Mc. ing Mr. and Mrs. VF E. fi:
local Army Mrs. Alma Edwards Mrs Irene Sunday for a week's vacation. '
Innis, the new associate-secretary Bennett and Mrs. Leila Mundy They will visit in Quit man and Pkll' ,i' ,

visited Immokalee around and Starke.other were business visitors in Jacksonville other points In Georgia before returning CORN FLAKES .. --_" _________.__ 6c' 4.;. ,.
of interest
afternoon. ?
points Thursday home. ;. tIIA
Friday .
Mrs. Margaret Mason spent Mrs Jack Williams kept store.' Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight and "'1> I

In Lawtey visiting Mrs. Clyde for her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. grandchildren, Merry Beth, Nancy SUGAR 5' Pounds 2S'c \

Jacobs while they were away, but
and Charles Knight are spending
Rowe.Mrs. nas
Dan Campbell left Monday for North Carolina. a two weeks vacation In the e "t
been residing at the horn.months of After a short stay there she plansto mountains of North Carolina. ., .," ,
C. L. Moitt for continue on to Indianapolis, Mrs. Harold C. Wall of St. 3 "
Wednesday for her home in returning to Gainesville Fair ii; 'j!
left Ind. before Augustine spent 'Monday In OCTAGON CLEANSER :
t Birmingham, Ala. about August 20. Starke.Mr. ---------... IOc.. "
returned .1 ,
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence Mr.. and Mrs F. F, Stump were and Mrs. F A. Scott are a. f"oj'
home last week after spending a the guests of their daughter MissLillian In Winter Garden visiting their No. 2 Cans 3 .Fori : : *

number of weeks in Boston Mass.. Stump, in Orlando Thurs ton and daughter-in-law, Mr. and STRINGLESS BEANS .. ... 27c )' I i.
Ala. -- -. -_ .. ,
and Sylacauga day of last week., I Mrs. W A. Scott. t'f!! t
returned f
.'r Mrs. J. L. Simmons where Mrs. Earl Fountain Is leaving i Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Graham ,*"

Tuesday from Lake City this week-end. to spend a week I have returned from a short \
because of the Illness
she was called with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fowler visit with relatives In Dublin Ga MARKET SPECIALSTENDER

of her Mrs.mother L., Mrs.A. Davis Chancey.Mr. and of Pensacola. I Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Weldon and : r:
vaca- Miss Evelyn Stump returns to- children Steve Jr., Mary and
Mrs, E. Perryman Carolina Mr. morrow after a vacation spent Jimmy, went to Griffin. Ga., r

rw.a..d.r. e"..' and tioning Mrs.In Davis North are at Asheyllle curing parts of States.Canada and the Tuesday Mr. and for a Mrs.visit Donald with relatives.McRae BEEF ROAST, Ib -,... ,20c t j: 1

".......,.. ..4 Perryman, who accompanied Northern United '.
f G.sr..r.wrwll. __ and Mrs visiting Dr. -and Miss Dorothy Gray Mrs Herbert spent the '.....k-elld I a Orlando A. t

and e them Sayles is in Little Swlts- Gray, her mother and Bill with friends. PORK CHOPS (Western) Ib _ 2Sc :" \
lC Fred :
$1 Mrs. Gray of Gainesville spent Wednesday Mrs. Titus Olson will leave to- .{ ".\111: I
erland. morrow for Olmstead! III., where //fIJ"
In lacksonvlin.Robert '
Miss Dolores Alvarez grandmother of Macon, Barksdase and Bryan' she will visit her parents, Mr. and WESTERN LAMB CHOPS, Ib ____ 39c f' t ; ,

Mrs. HiWabell Bence. Van after a week's vacation spentat Mis Gayle Sewell returned _'
Mrs W. N. (Gladys) Brookfield
of Union City, Tenn. secured the Boy Scout Camp near home Friday from Barlow BUTTER 39'c" ;
Cleave employment last week InKoch' Orange Park. she was the guest of Miss Martha Pound 1..1,.

> Store and will make I Miss Ethel Taylor Is spendingher Long. ae :'y'll'' / ,, t_

AuthoritativeSpring Starke. Drug her home as long a*BIa her-:Beach v, a she cat expects I on at to Jacksonville be home by Jerome Mrs. Charley Mrs.: H.E.L.Johns Brownlee and son and SMOKED BACON (Good) Ib 13c} IP

In Camp .
husband remains and Mrs. J. M. I'
Hosiery week.A daughter. Madge,
the end of the ,
H 0 L E P ROO F ding sac, trainee. at Koch'sIs I.I Brownlee were visitors In Jack- '
Shode,6v. after a : new employee HAMS .t
.. Mrs.weeks'Mri absence Woods from Koeh's .Miss Armle Whaley who began .onvllle Friday.MIMEOGRAPH. PICNIC (Tenderized) Ib .. ". 23c 4

STERNBERG'S at two Drug the Store sods will fountsfn return{ next to Mon.work her last employment Monday there morning.as a clerk MJusWhaley I.I -P.A P c.OU:K a-et TYTELEOR.u'H. TENDER ROUND STEAK, Ib, ..!...:..:.,., afiS. '" >:;

day Her enforced vacation was had formerly been employed per rf'llBltAUroRU. 'in''c AL....>..".".. ,W ir '.j"!1
due to an injury of her foot. .at Alexander's I ..., 'II ..,.. .....,.......... .. ,k1.',Il, \\jl" ',.,'.
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;; : ; SUNNY-BROOK- FARM- Ada Hammond, and Mr. and Mrs. ford County. ford above County entitled Telegraph"cause! and i. hereby"Brad I return 4 consecutive wJ.)"*
t (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas day. ,, .. Prior i.
( LAWTEYWith Wesley Hersey In Jacksonville Clerk Circuit Court. designated a a the newnpapr In official seal at In", J 111,4,
1 .:II ;t > A (1i' By Miss Arsula CrosbyMr. last week. Starke. Florida, July 2Bth. !JII4I. which this order shall IM published this July 82 .Sta k., ...
'-1 4t2a \ once a week for 4 consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL

: f Ruby Moore and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rosier WITNESS weeks. my band and the seal Clerk County of, FlorIda Circuit COurt) "I'or'

were visiting the bedside of Jeff and family of Jacksonville spent In Circuit Court. Bradford of this court at Starke, Florida, KnIght & Knight ...,
MEETINOANNOUNCEMENT Norman of Hellbronn Sunday aft last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. County, Florida. In Chancery I thin. 22nd., day of July A. D. 1841. Attorn.')'. fur
COLORED WORLD W. 8. C. S. I'lalnUtr
BODY OF Ella H. Cocheu Plaintiff, vs. FrankH. tOFFICIAL-SEAL) A. J. Thomas, :5
WAR VKTERAN RETURNED ernoon. M. D. Carter. Cocheu defendant. On Mon Clerk of the Circuit Court. It
The Mr. and Mrs. Warren and I day, the lat day of September, A. Sam B. Wilson, Jacksonville. Fla.
? 1W TO LAWTEY FOR BURIAL Tuesday, August 10th. Mr. and Mrs. D. Carter D. 1841 the defendant Frank H. Plaintiff's Attorney. 1-.t 8-15 Notice la NOTICE'

Monday morning the Orange regular meeting of the Woman's children Voncille and Shirley of daughter; Louise, of Starke spent Cocheu. whoa. residence li 8 W. CredItor. and hereby cia 11\',.
63rd St., New York, N. Y., Y. M. Estate m..nt.. orl4
Mr.Kelly' of
Pine Level
'I1t Blossom Special brought to Law- Society of Christian Service will were visiting Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. A., ID required. to appear to the IN cmcriT roi'RT, BRADFORDt'O.INTY deceased, to Mildred file IIIYn II '
tey the body of Sam Robinson a brother-in-law and slater Carter. bill filed against him herein. This : .RIDAIN $ be held at the home of Mrs. L. H. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sat order to be published one. a week County Judge E, 1{
colored World War Veteran, who Mrs. Wester of Jacksonville ot "
Ivy i for four consecutive weeks In IIradrorcl
I Hill at 4:00: o'clock. An important Marvin L. Wray Plaintiff, vs.Gneva Fiorids within eight
L4f died lat week In the Government urday afternoon. is spending some time with 1 Bradford County Telegraph, ,fa Wray, Defendant.On first PUbllcatinn lit flIOflib' ,
meeting. Please attend. Miss Doris Dyal spent part of newnpaper published In said Bradford Monday, the 1st day of" September B. this
P. not
Hospital in Los Angelea. i her mother Mrs. Chess Padgett.Mr. July Walker
County. Starke, Florida
A. D. 1841 the defendant, t...
Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Jones last week with ber cousin. Albert 26th 1841.OFFICIAL.
and :Mrs. Henry Dunn and Geneva whose residence Is 1'1
Sam. 54. although a native Wray It
age their home In ( BEAD A. J. Thomas, -
moved Into new Moody of New River. .
Chattanooga, Tennessee is required
of Bradford County and a family of Jacksonville spent Sunday Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Order .f

w 43 brother of James Robinson who Starke last Wednesday. :Mr. and Mr. O. E. Crosby of with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nor County Florida. 8-1 It 8-22 complaint to filed appear against to the her bill her of- P.Mlr.01l T. *."|... a... J

IB colored undertaker In Starke The Rev. and Mrs. Forbes E. New River attended church here In. This order to be published I State of Florida to; Earl"

bad a not returned to Florida since Fuller spent Wednesday eveningIn Sunday and were dinner guests man.Mr.. and Mrs. S. H. Thompsonof In the Circuit Court C Bradford once tAm each weeks week In for Bradford four conaeeu-County I, Winona You are H. Hickman h..r"by notlflo.t IlItk
County n !
a no.
about 1919. Jacksonville .visiting Mrs. Mildred of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Lawtey spent last week-end Ciladya B. Rose, plaintiff vs. Arnold Telegraph' a newspaper published I i Circuit has tiled suit for divorce a. Pial'
In said I.
Burial services were conductedat Calaway, who waa enroute Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly of with MrsThompson's slater, Mrs.B. ; Hose, defendant. On Monday Starke, Florida Bradford July County 14th, ,Florida 1841. I Florida. In Chanc"ry.ot Bradror4
the let day of September, 1841. the
the Lawtey Cemetery Tuesday.afternoon. from Ohio to her horn In Miami. Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. Mills L. Wilkinson.Mr. defendant, Arnold Rose whosa residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas I I No.Earl 1148 HI..kman, a. det.ndah\altllt
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford : and
Mis Betty Boggesa returned and children of Lake But. Is unknown Is required to i are )you Earllll'k
'" Kelly and Mr. Luther HWlard appear to the bill filed against County. Florida. -1 4t 8-22 1 hereby rqured.
?4 to. her'' home) Jacksonville, yesterday ler were visiting Mr and Mrs.C. were shopping In Starke- Saturday him herein. This order to be published I I and August causegraph X5lh i 1941 i in"laid ap ttl r

HKR-VERV BEST RECIPE after month's' vacationIn C. Crosby.and family Sunday once a week for four con- NOT.CE' OF APPLICATION I U de5igfla.i.Bradtord.' _Only_ T
:Mr1: 'M; B. .>IUII1IDO'I"! '. very own Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. afternoon. I .autlv weeks"In Bradford- County FOR.. TAX: DIED!) I publish? thl. Order h.;
Telegraph, newspaper published << RAISIN CAKE which she origin.MM Mr; and Mrs.; Oscar Carter and I Successive
Hill. I In sold Bradford
: County. Starke, 'e'ks
Louis I Mrs. Amanda Silcox of Starke NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, said return day, Prior, ,
tP i during the World War days David Browning spent last week Florida July 28th ,1841. That C. 8. Kelly. holder of Tax Certificate -I and official Real Wltn". ,,
I z Jack Boggesn of Stuart arrived i was a weekendIeat of her sis (OFFICIALSEAL) A. ''J. Thomas, I at 8tarke'l
( Issued
No. 27, the 4th day this-July .
r. when wa an art a* wellSM end in Webster, Bushnell and Clerk 22, 1841
Circuit Court Bradford Co.Florida ,
: two weeks at of July A. D. 19,18, has filed.
Sunday to spend ter, Mrs. Evelyn Crosby. same (OFFICIAL
'LI SY nfenmity. Wildwood visiting friends and 8-1 4t 822IV In my office and has made application I Clerk SEAL) "J ..
2 cup water, the L. H. Hill home. Mrs. Earl KIrby and Mr* James relatives. -, I for a tax deed to be Issued I County, Florida Circuit Court 'or'lIl1dl!

.. shortening Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer Summers of Starke and Miss TUB!! CIUCtlT COURT EIGhThJL'hICIAL thereon. Said certificate embrace I I Knight *: Knight *
2 tablespoons ''
heaping the described
: CIRCuIT OF FI.OH- following property
spent Sunday with Mrs. John, Doris Crosby of New River were 11 More InductedThe IIM. IN AND FOR BHAUVOHI. In the County of Bradford Stateof I Attorneys for Plaintiff 7.,2ii 41;

; Cone of Brooker. guests of Miss Arsula Crosby Fri COUNTY. Florida, to-wit t -
; 2 cup sugar, IN CHANCERY Lots 1. 2 of Blk 10 Ward City I IN THR (
: -'c 1-4 teaspoon salt, Mr. and :Mrs. Neil Elder and day.Mrs. following 14 Brad ford Mary Ellen. Ellis. See. 8 Twp. 7 8. H. 20 E. I rt'Dirit'IR'IIT('IIlfl'l'r< 01 Iv 1:1:

returned home Friday J. R. Kelly and children. Inducted into Plaintiff, The aaaeKsment of the said prop ) iv AND: p
l-lOo package raisins, children County men were -vs- No. 1345 erty under the nald certificate I". I t'N' "()R BRIDt
after in Kathryn and Robert Lloyd were Reedie Wilson Ellis sued was In the of Mrs. T.
1 teaspoon soda, night a vacation spent the United States army Monday name IN t1I':
.. 2 1-2 cup sifted all purpose touring Tennessee, Alabama. visiting Mrs. Kelly's parents, Mr. according to Mrs. Ruth Ziegler ORDER Defendant.OF SERVICE P.Unless Ward. said certificate shall b. Margaret Andersen,URY

'.'L : flour, I North and South Carolina and I and Mrs. A. L. Driggers of Lake Grlffls, employe in the office of NOTICE!! TO APPEAR redeemed according to law theproperty I -vs.Plaintiff No., 1368
Butler Monday. THE STATE OF FLORIDA; described therein will b* Robert
1 nut meats well chopped. Georgia.Mr. the Local Selective Service Board: Andersen
cup To Reedie Wilson Ellis, whoa sold to the highest bidder at the
first five Ingredients Elder Rudolph Sapp 0 f Water Oak residence. la Norfolk courthouse door on the first. Mon. I Defendant
-: Boll the and Mrs. Dewey Joseph Edward Rauleraon, Raymond Virginia 010| ORDER OF
U. S. day In the month of SEnVICI!:
Bule and Bobby
-: together for five minutes. Cool. and children. Wayne and Anglla was visiting W. Ward Wesley Dock It Is hereby. ordered that you arc. 1841. which Is the 1st., I THE STATE NOTICE OF TO APPEAR

-(;i ; Then add soda mixed with flour. returned Friday after spending Crosby Sunday afternoon. I Hodge, Jerry Lonzo Goodman, required to appear on the lat day tember, 1841. sept.mb..r'j', To Robert Andersen FLORIDA. :
,. The many friends of Woodrow of September A. D. 1941 before the Dnted this 30th day of I dence I. who5 r
,. %g. Blend in chopped nuts. some time In Andalusla. Ala., I Grover Junlre Mullin, John Clifton above entitled. court to the bill of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ,I It Is hereby"Unknown"
,: l Bake In moderate oven in loaf visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Elder's par Alvarez will be glad to hear that Rosier, James E1 b e r t Rosier, complaint filed against you In the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford I 'iF and he I Ir above entitled. County. Florida. 8-1 4t -21 on the 1 tit
minutes. Cover If he U improving hope that cause; and "Brad- ., of September A.
: pan for 45 ents. Luther Chism Randall Rudolph ford D. 1941 berore
County Telegraph". Is hereby above.
I IT.na I I
will be back home.
r soon court to
the bill
Z'R desired with any regular Islng.CIIUKCH Chlam, John McLellan Godwin. designated as the newspaper In complaint filed
: "JUBILEE HILL BILLIES"TO : Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanof which this order shall be published IN CIRCUIT COrRT.: EIGHTH above entitled against you ,II
t Richard Rueben Crawford James JUIIiriAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR cause; and -
once a week for 4 consecutive
PROGRAM OF PERFORM AUGUST Water Oak were dinner guests week... IDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD Bradford County Telnrrink"

.. ,. SERVICES AT "The Jubilee Hill Billies," sponsored Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Louis Were, Truby Glenn Griffin WITNESS my' hand and the seal. COUNTY.IN I,I Paper hereby In denlirnatecl which.' this as the no m

t .- j -4 FIRST, I1AIT18T CHURCH by the Boy Scouts of Law. Conner. and Max Sidney Cleland. of hid this hInd court day of at July Starke A., D.Florida 1841., Mary Walker CHANCERY Jenkins, I I''publlahed consecutive once a. week order for nhiiil r I

l Forbes B. Fuller, Pastor. tey will be right on time Friday.August Robert Emmett Spaulding Is an (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.: -Thomas, Plaintiff I, WITNESS week J
---H' ; Sunday August 17th. 22nd., at 8:00 P. M., at HIGHLANDBy ensign in the United States navy. Clerk lam B.of- the Circuit Court. '.' Basil i-vs-Manly' .;Jenkins J No., III 13(1 I I''of thie -court) my at Starke.and I th Fii.,1.
Wilson Jacksonville
l Fla.
this Slat il
: 9:45: A. M. Church School. the Lawtey School Auditorium.Be Mi. Beta Wfcnberly Morris Cleveland and Shirley Plaintiffs Attorney 7-25 .t' 8-15 ORDER Defendant OF SERVICE" I I (OFFICIAL, dav SEAL of)July T A. fi03

!v. 11:00: A. M. Morning Worship. mire you come a little earlyso Alexander Jones Failed to report NOTICE TO APPEAR I Jerk of the Circuit CourtII

fi Sermon subject: "The Values'ofthe that you may procure a good Mrs. H. C. WImberly went to and their names were turned over In Circuit Court Bradford County THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I William D. Morgan JarkumtJ;
% Florida-In Chancery. I H r a. I To Basil Manly Jenkln. III, whose Fla. Plaintiffs Attorney 8iTliw I
.- $ Grace of God." Bring your I seat. Mrs. N. T. Green's Wednesday fora to the District Attorney.In ronenh Thlbndeau.- Plaintiff. vaCecile -.'' residence. la Kline. South Carolina.I
Bible. two week's stay. Annette. 'thtbodeau.'Defendant. It Is hereby ordered that you are '
Admission: lAo for children Circuit Court, Bradford County On Monday the 1st day required to THIS CIRCVIT romT. tiC
the lat
1 appear on day
'1' 7:45: P. M. B. Y. P. U. Come under 12, adults 2Sc, plus 3c tax. Miss Fay Ellis returned Sunday Florida-In Chancery. Henry Lee of September. 1941, the defendant, of September A. D. 1941 before the ,JUDICIAL tint IT OP p
t out for a good. peppy time with from a visit with her sister, Miss< Henna, Plaintiff.v.- Sarah Elisabeth Cecil Annette Tnlbodeau, Is required above entitled court to the bill of IDA. IV AND FOR BR.\DFt
Hanna, Defendant, On Monday to appear to the bill filed complaint filed against you In the COIINTY.I"
: the young folka.Wednesday CORRECTION! Through an Grace Ellis in Jacksonville. the 1st day of September 1841, against her her.In. This.order to above entitled cause; and "Brad- CH4N!\<'ERT
: August 20th. 8.00: error in last week paper it was Miss Grace Ellis and Miss Virginia the d.f.ndant. Sarah Elisabeth be published once a week for four ford County Telegraph" Is heffeby. Dorpthy Mllar
_ __ ; stated that Mrs. Joyce Futch attended Ellis of Jacksonville visited Hanna !I. required to appear to consecutive weeks I n Bradford designated as the newspaper In ,Complainant,
P. M. Prayer Meeting. Choir the bill filed against her herein. County Telegraph a newspaper' which this order shall. be published -vs-' No. lIft
) ,1 practice after the meeting.. Florida Southern Collegeat their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. This order tobe published once published. In paid Bradford County. once a week for 4 consecutive Gone ,Mllar,
_ a week for four consecutive week (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. weeks. Defendant.
.4 Thursday, August 21st. W. M. Lakeland during the vacation Ellis, Friday.R. In Bradford County Telegraph a Clerk Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and the seal ORDER OF SERVICE
: U. meeting at the church at 2:30: period. This should have read L. Prescott and C. M. Grif- Newspaper. published In laid Bradford Starke, Florida July 23rd, 1(41. of thin court at Starke. Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR
County. I this 30th day of July, A. D. 1941. THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Lonnle Futch. fis visitors to Jacksonville
P. M. "Mrs. were (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A.S.; Thomas IN THE CIRCriT roITRT. EIGHTH (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, \ To Gene Milar" whou rotS' <4
Sunday. Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford '"" Clerk of the Circuit Court. Is "Unknown.
SPECIAL MEETINGS COMING! F R. Carradlne in Jacksonville County JtIIHtTAE; CIRCUIT? OF FI.OH- It ts hereby ordered that
was .r. yo i
Miss Crews visited relatives II>A IVAND FOR C. Durrance, Jacksonville, Fla.
t; September 14th and for. several Tuesday afternoon on Starke, Florida, July 13th 1841. : : Plaintiffs Attorney. 8-1 4t '.21 required to appear on the lit t
J. In Starke Thursday. 8-1 4t 8-23 tOl'NTY.IV of September A. D 1941 Man
; days following Trevor C. Kelford business. Rembert Is one of the CHANCERY above entitled court to the till]
Mrs. N. T. Green and children David Q. Lemmon Orde .f Publication .. Notte
< complaint filed agalniit In
with his Gospel Magic. Something you
; folks who U not only hop- Plaintiff
Lawtey of Lawtey were visitors here IN TUB CIRCUIT COIHT. EIGHTH To Appear above entitled cause; and "T
new. Interesting and instructive. Inc that work on the Lawtey- ,..;UIC.IALUU.'lla' UK KL.OH- .VK- No. 1348 State of Florida to; Doris Fasano: Bradford County Teldtriph'
Wednesday.Mr. I I hue. IX Mary P. :Lemmon are hereby notified ,
.. AND FOR BRADFORD AmOlh that hereby designated ai the 1 M
Miss Hazel Smith returned Blanding Road will soon be and Mrs S. Phillips of :|;I 101: :NT V. Defendant o as plaintiff has filed I paper In which lhl'. order hall I
started, but Is doing hIs share in t! IN CHANCERY ORDER OF SERVICE cult. for divorce In the Circuit Court published once a week for( t
home Sunday alter, a months'visit Starke were guests of Mr. and {I Gladys D. Dulun, NOTICE TO APPEAR nf Bradford County Florida, In consecutIve. ...."..kR.
making this project an actuality. Complainant THE STATE OF FLORIDA Chancery, against you, Doris hand and th i.
In Norfolk Va.. with her Mrs. S. C. Harley. Monday.Mr. I WITNESS my

.;: brother-in-law and sister .Mrs. R. i Miss Vicky Brown'of Jacksonville and Mrs W. A. Whttehead I Lowell-vs-R. .Dulon. No., )164 deuce To Mary' la Unknown P. Lemmon: whose. .resi F..II..no.347' ; and as you.defendant Doris Fasano case NO.1 of this this aiat.. ,court dav of at July Starke, A. D.Fieri H

C. Goodman; Beach spent the week-end and little Grand-daughter, Sara, I Defendant It la hereby ordered that you arer..qutr..d hereby required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J Thor'
J OliVER OK SERVICE to appear on the lat day gust 25th 141 In said Court Clerk of the Circuit Court
f ; W M. Edwards, 8K of Tampa visiting her mother, Mrs. Joe visited in Lake City Sunday.Mr. NOTICE TO APPHAK] of September A. D. 1841 before the aune. Bradford! County Telegraph i I Waybright & WaybrluM

arrived last Sunday to spend a Brown. and Mrs. Lee Moore and TUB STATE OF FLOK1DA; above entitled filed court to the bill of I" designated newspaper to pub I I I Jacksonville Fla. Plalntllrltorn..y.
To complaint against you In the lish this Order once each week 8-1 it 'i
Lowell H. Uulon for
whose ad-
few days with his son and daugh Mrs. M. B., Plummer and Mrs. Urs. Elgin Padgett were 'visitors dre8. la 166 Broadway, New. York.

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.'W. Hal Bill Plummer certainly had a to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss N. Y.

; Edwards, Jr.l' I busy day Tuesday. They preserved Milly Jacobs Is spending required It Ie hereby to appear ordered on that the you l hi day are

24 Quarts. and 33 .Dints of delicious this week In Jacksonville with of deptember A. 11. 1941 before the '
-_- -- -_"--,- --_- _
peaches.Mr. ner orotner, j. L. jacotxs.BOOTSEY'S above complaint entitled filed court.against to you the bill In- of LIFE'S
ttiel HEROES
_ I and Mrs. H, J. Cox of Jacksonville above entitled cause.; and UflCfiOIMD
I Bradford County Telegraph" Is
spent Sunday afternoon BEACH hereby dvulcnated aa the newspaper ..
i .
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dink ins By Miss"' fettle Crawforl In which this order ehall be ,.. ...
published once a week for four '
I ..
and family.Mra. consecutIve. weekfl. )
I Mrs.. Jean Gasklns was called WITNESS -
my hand and the seal
D. C. Hood of Jacksonville
Monday to the bedside of her son- of thin court at tarke. Florida
returned home Monday after a I ibis 31ft, day of July. A. fl. 1941.
I four visit with Mrs. Enoch in-law. Mr. Phillip Sullivan of (OFFICIAL SEAL.) A. J. Thomas,
day Jacksonville. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Grlffla. Waybrlirht & Waybrlarht
Mary Jane Thomas and Hilda Jacksonville, Fla. Plaintiff At
Mrs. L. C. Smith and Mrs. A. Davis of Graham were visitors to torney. 8-1 6t 8-28 2))

A. Annie left Lawtey last Fridayto this section Sunday afternoon. )

spend several days in Daytona A, J. Crawford of Keystone IV THK ("lltCI IT 'OI'.IT. KU.IITH
with Je I4'I\L. <'lK< tlT
Beach friends. OF KlOH
Heights was a visitor here Sunday IO*. IM AMI: FOIL UKtUPOIIUOlTY.
Clifford (Tommie) T, McKen- afternoon. .' : .

I ney of the U. S. Marines left Mrs. R. N. Crawford and daughter Marlon Richard IV Cll1CKHV Thomas,

Lawtey last week to become stationed Effle Mrs. Frank Green and Complainant.v .
: : at Parrls Island S. C. ,I Luther ChIsm were visitors to William. .. Carlton Thomas No. 1368, \ /

I Keystone Heights Saturday aft Defendant. -
Mrs. J, L. (Lucy) Harrell who Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett and Tim!': STAT' OF. FLOIUDA- k1
At Low Cost To William Carlton Thomaa,
celebrated her birthday anniversary family of Lawtey were visitors whose Address. Is Clinton, New

Opt rid of those annoying last Monday. I here Sunday. York.It t
I I I. hereby ordered that
,, nolse lie certain your Cleo Norman also celebrated Luther Chism was called to the required. to appear on the. you isfdayof

radio l" performing correctly. this week. Sixteen years of age army Monday and Is at present September A. D 1841 before. the
above entitled court to the bill of
_ ______ We will Inspect It i on August 15th. stationed at Camp Bland Ing. complaint filed against you In the
FREE! Rudolph Chism of Starke spent above entitled cause; a n d "The

__ We Have A Complete Line of I America speaks! Answer the last Thursdaynight here with his hereby Bradford dealrtnated County Telegraph"as the newspaper Is.

New Tubes I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. In which this order shall bepubllahed
call of
your country by buying
N. Crawford.Mr. one. a week for four
f fRadio Defense Savings Bonds and conaecuttve weeks.
MAYES' .. and Mrs G. WITNESS
B. Johns and my hand and the seal
Stamps for its protection and defense. daughter of this court at 8tark, Florida.
Josephine visitorsto
Service were thin Slut, day of July, A. D. 1941.

,- -.,--.. -- ...Buy Defense Bonds & Stamps. Starke Sunday. Clerk(OFFICIAL' of the BEAU: Circuit) A.Court.J. Thoma.

Warbrritht: WaybrlfthtJacksonville.
EVERGREEN !. Tie '.1 5t '.21
u For Ford Sales and'Service
See Your Local ny Mr*. F. A. Boole

Ford Dealer At The Ford N'OTICK OK APPLICATION ,
Garage, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan FOR TAX hEEl) THE MAR. WITH

One Block South of S. A. L. Depot and baby and J. E. Rosier were NOTICR fteante IS. Ulll HEREBY N.. IllS GIVEN: n 0.. V. A SUMMER. COLD

visitor to Lake City Monday. That Florence B Brown holder of
Tax Certificate No. US, laaued the
Mrs. A. B. Rosier and chUdren 2nd. day of September A. D. 1836 Shunned by -

j Andrews were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. han filed. name In "mv: office and has many,

Motor C.,. Rosier Sunday.Mr. to'made be application laaued. thereon for a Said tax certi deed. ,Jocd'by none, the man JAX Beer, worthy toast

and Mrs. Russell Redding fleets embraces the following deucrihi with a summer cold faces to heroes. You'll enjoy

Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years pent Monday with Mrs. Jean Bradford.property State of In Florida"the County, to-wit of: life alone; and loathes it. JAX. You'll like the

Cask Ins. W*4 of WJ4 of NWH of NWI4 Brave indeed
Section 10. Township .. ftouth. is he who superb high quality, the
Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA Bernice Brannen spent the Ranspe 22 East, containing 10 acre. 'V deluged by friends'
__ week-end In Raiford with her sla more or leaa.The aa,a prescriptions downright good and

ter. Mrs. Bill Spears. under aaaeasment the said of the certificate mid property IB.ne1 filled with zestful taste.

Rev. H. M. TUlman filled his .Bailer.. was In the name of Ja. J. \ pills and panaceas,sneezes

regular appointment here Saturday Unions. said. certificate shall ... and wheezes, bravely
and Sunday night. redeemed accordingto law the
property deccrlhed therein. strides on chin
will be up! with
Miss Louise Rosier spent Fridayat I old to. the htaheat bidder at the ,
the State Farm with Mrs. I rourtho4i door on the flrat Mon a cheerful if misty grin.
day In the month' of September,
Craig Gllsson. 1141. which IR l the. 1st.. day of -" !!!: Salute such bravery
Mrs. E. W. Rosier and children September. 1841 J5'Il'N-e with
flitted this Slit day of July. smooth mellow
t'r ajj and Mrs. Marcus Rosier and children 1t41..

Jacksonville attended OKFICTAT. flJP*I.i A. .T. Thowian.
Do Your Clerk of Cr| .*"lt Court of Bradford
: I Trading church here Saturday night.WOODLAWN County Florida" 8-1 4t (-22In


where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Circuit, ('''..rt. Bradford ('''u"t.. JAX Be r sales for
the first I
It vt..pds-.4n 6morkthsincreased
given away with every $40 in trade By Sirs. Oscar Carter William Donahue.Chancery Flalntlf.TCriward...... mor* than p

or certificates. *V.rl Florence Dor ann.., D./."- fjjftf times fJia national
M&1 Are Redeemed Morris Carter of Camp Wheeler.Ga. d...t. On Monday. "*nt.mer lot, averafi*
"41. the d.fenn>nt. P-arl Floiwnrel twic* the Florida -HIOfrfl.QDE I
la Ou.li If SMITH'S ., wall visiting friends and relatives flnnI'.... 'tqiilrml. to apneojr to average'Say
You ChooM GARAGE here last week- nd. '.1.. hIll fil-d 55110CC h... ......1". Mine Jax!"
i ; Thla Order to b. nitMlohed' once a ,
STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs. Mamie Lou Horsey was I' wee* for fou cfn._*ilv. week* JAX BREWfHGCOMfAIIY.Jaekio.: i
_-I visiting Mrs. Beatrice Dunn Mrs. I' I In Frartfnrd (Count Telearanh. a ., | Any fm<*
k newspaper publlahed In slad Brad

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r9n ::lite: 3eminine Side Praised Express For Agent WorkI. J/'e amcrct ,orner AUG 1 9AI..4;j 1 f',''

: P. Shepherd Is an express/ ,,,\\
agent. par excellence if those '/,

Conducted who know him best and deal with "
By Ruby; Moore ;:
him moot are to be the judges. A ":1

BOOKOF few days ago Starrett Bros, Ik ''J

POETRYD Eken wrote a letter to the Divl- t

Fashion Joins the Vlitzkrieg via THEVEEK lIon Superintendent' of the Railway

Express Company in Jack'Ronvllle

friary and prose ,column The First "V for Victory" Dress "Blood. Sweat And Tears" by containing some wry flat.
and terlng word. of commendation of
I art to a fine start Winston S. Churchill. (G. r. Put-
pen need Mr. Shepherd and his work.
to answer a long-felt ... .. .. nam & Sons) 300.
w. -
readers. Early I in.Jerrapb ? I "I have nothing to offer but The letter from these general .
poem "3motbera contractors who built Camp Blan- 6'' Y
delightful blood toll tearsand sweat.
?!k a i ; ;r,,
came ding told! how good Mr. ea y
Nightgown" It would be hard to write a Shepherdhad

Team D, Wilson, Jackson- "review" of Winston Churchill's been to them, how he had

ttomey, who recently be- speeches. Who I. there that is cooperated with them in every ,;jlMJ I

lubscrlber to the Tele- not familiar with them Millions way, and what an asset and a :

I E have listened anxiously to catch credit he was to the organizationwith ; :

bit! of prose thu week waa every word over the radio or absorbed which he worked. I 1 I

s by Lawrence W, Morel. every line of their texts Also, the General Manager of 1;:J
loj been associated with the FA 6vYRy from the dally paper. the Company from Atlanta In an

cn Legion recreation cen- ; yri In one of the earliest chapters Inspection tour visited the Starke '\ : I IL

i ca It was opened here la0110TIIER'S i of this absorbing chronicle office a few days ago and told i '

Mr. Shepherd he was proud of L
Churchill, then a private member.
NIGHTGOWN in speaking of the annihilation\ ofMussolini's the condition of the office--.tli I
everything was running smoothly : t
armies in Cyienulca :
Wilson IdFqal
By Sam B. 3rP' '
criticized the Eire bill under and was in fine condition. He :M' Saar. 9 S 1.I' rM

today an old oaken which the Irish bases were surrendered said he had other army camps in hair ''r'f Ar

1Md, and foretells of the his area, but that Camp Blan :,,1'
the largest of them, and :,
ding was
vend with must and mold' dangerous position which Mr. DeValera' '1I'JItj1' a
that the work here' was entirely z w
awoke In '
wondrous thiill neutrality has produced; 7. } 1 1i 1w
breast It ends with a note of promise. as satisfactory rill!'

y treasures quaint and old. Churchill, the Prime Minister
the calm of makes his pledge Jo the United They Like To Head .. }
fly; there In States: "Put your confidence In
Bring old magazines -
your papers
,d room, us. Give us your faith and your I4f
and other reading material toKoch's
away in a dream t under Providence ;
and we.
e blessing f{
sweet with a ,mild Drug Store or the Tic
boudoir all will be well. We shall not Toe Tap. :Mrs O. L. Ltnsln at Merrill (Hurt-head McMillan, amateur earner nihu..Ust, i art
Ijrfume, fall falter .. Give us the ,
candle's russet gleam.ed .h 'jCtORY nor Koch's, and Artie Schneider at seta a high standard for all other.. shutter-bugs. with this. exqulnlte -,
c tools and will finish the job.
to read and the Tic Toe will see to It that shot of stately swans In limpid water.. Merrill oancht: lr 1 1r
Here for free men
of a dame r M
the presence this reading material gets Into admits that ry
; the Prime Minister'spen this scene with nwHlluin-prlowl camera' frankly r
_i frills, ponder recreates over a tragic era. the hands of the soldiers' at the excellent.. composition and pleasing contrast of lights and shadows,

fi face like frozen wax, 4 Hospital at Camp Blandlng. The accidental. "I Just aimed the camera.. and clicked," henald. > I '
WNM purely
harsh What Is our policy
tulant voice emitting "You ask. boys in the hospital are' literally "
The result wall one of those lucky shots that happen ,once
I will say: "It Is to wage war by "crying" for something to read. t
nib. ,os4e' aF xY i,, all IhiMuanit times The Telegraph would like to print sta uqa; a
i honey bee in flax.ny y, e4 : sea land and air with our There Is no better way to disposeof In a (
might and with all the strengththat your old books, magazines and usually good sn"p h< t by a local camera. fan every wek. Let ?

r cheeks we retouched as ,.. God can give us: to wage newspapers u. Ne your Ix-wt-but rrmroaherl' .. It's) gotta be good I illTonxero ,

Ilh a blush of shame war against a monstrous tyranny,

vale tbla fond retreat. The ladies, bless their hearts, have their own way of helpingto never surpassed In the dark, lamentable

[mockery bold of a charmJ win the war. Now the fIrst "V for Victory" dress Joins the catalogue of human Brooker Brevities I Guy's Market 'Open

I; dame, wild-fire "V" campaign, which was launched in the hope of driving crime." You ask. What Is our aim? Guy's :Market formally opened\'

e Ma was so pure and sweet. the Nazis nuts. This version of the "V" dress Is ,in light I can answer In one word: Victory last Saturday In the new Olson.w '

labrlcs of rare and ,radlent gray wool! with V-shaped shoulder sections outlined in bold red -victory and at all hard costs the .road, My Mrs L. ... Parker QUALITY 10011 building on (South Walnut street.. n

le applique. V-shaped pocket flaps are embroidered with the openIng however long Farmers" here are busy now Free lemonade was given ,to 'alf
without victory thereis nillTlinW PARTY
be for
in! a niche In the wall notes of Beethoven's Vth Symphony-thiee long and one may ; getting their tobacco off to market comers. Guy' Market, 1 la' owned;

oats scarlet and blouses Inline short the equivalent of the letter ,"V" In the Morse code. Pat no survival. Mrs. Lloyd Dyal entertained Mont of the growers say by Guy H. Sale who, up 'until a Y

tern','may be obtained from the Simplicity Pattern Co, of New with a birthday party Saturday i their tobacco i Is of poor quality, few weeks ago operated Benny's .. ten Ae

fluffy ruffles and all. York. Who'll dazzle Call Street with the first "V" for,, Victory FAVORITE afternoon honoring her six-year- because of too much rain. So Grocery and Market on Call f't'' u et''
old daughter, Jacqueline. A "
far the market price Is fair. .l
Street. In the fooatlon.now' oc'" are
jy'white thing reclined on a dress In Starke? RECIPES large group of children attended {'
the Inn
by Military
elf- and enjoyed the afternoon with Leslie Thomas of Jacksonvillewas cupled I e'

the she wore In sleep; I Miss Dyal. Jacquelyn received visiting h I a mother, Mrs. Mr. Sale handles a full line of J'.t ,
cap '
Hostess To SoldiersMany
Mrs. Hill Is Champion K.: M. Dili!*
week-end groceries,. fresh fruits and vege*,,
lout care she spent on her- many useful and lovely gifts At Alice Thomas, over the a

If, local residents are doing talnlng), and what fun they all "Lime Me" the. close of the party .tefresh- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and tables and. meats, both native' and!'' aril

11'11 she could hardly creep. everything possible i n bringing! did have! 1 can Dime Brand Condensed menu were served. Haiold Sapp of Jacksonville. were western. t Woodrow Poison wha
Milk visiting relatives here last week :has been with Mr. Sale for about
elaborate about the
he i strangest "dud" .of the entertainment the lives of the and soldiers pleasure stationedat Into menu-but Nothing mighty good-a baked Juice of 2 Persian( Limes ((3 1 If GLKK: i'Ll'll ENTERTAINED: Mrs Florence Varnadoe, Mliw a year. Is la charge of the mar' tin,( +w a

rand array, < The glee club was entertained Lubedla Plnholster and Miss Mary ket. .
Camp Blandlng especially by ham tomato and lettuce naiad not very Juicy), ; tsUpCENTRAL
that functions no morebung Friday night with a weiner roast l
ODe> 2 Molt were In Alachua Friday. y
biscuits and eggs
their homes on Sundaysto green potatoes
the robe of,'a Klans- opening vanilla wa at. Hampton Lake Swimming and I ,
the men for luncheon and sup- strawberry Jam that she had made 1-3 large package. y all. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville FLA.- TILE ,n
-J gay. herself and Iced tea. For dessert fen. games were enjoyed by the guest of the H. P. Galneyn! .
a spectral mien It bore. pers.It isn't the food that Is prepared Chocolate pudding topped with I 3 tablespoons butter The club meets every Wednesday Sunday.Mrs. MARBLE CO. PtI

I treasure so dear to her for the expected guests vanilla ice-cream. Separate egg yolks and whites night at the church house. M. Cuiion and Mrs Anna EVMRYTMIIa! TILKC ) ytM
All who will asked to attend. ..... test c A"
rood old heart- nor how attractively It la served, This week Mrs. Hill IH piepar- Beat yolks until creamy, blend In are Cox of LaCrosse were visiting n_ DM*. net n ;, nrriuW
met and ruffled and whIte- but just the fact that it is a Ing postal cards to send to every conlensed milk, add lime juice. The !sewing club held Its legu- Mr. and Mrs James Cason and tteflee

the she donned with i a "home" that has been offered to one of the boys on maneuvers For crust: Crush, vanilla wa tar meeting last Tuesday after. family Friday afternoon.Mr. A Dorian. Reece I
gown noon at the home of Mrs. G. It, TOT W ........, .t Ale ,*... ,.,
butter .
hours who have visited at the Hill home, Cream wafers with I,
jetnly art, the men for a few short fers. and Mrs. L. A, Matt and IAlrarVit.LIt FLA. ,
ling to bed at night. and all the little intimate things and that Is no small job for she and line pie pan. Fill with egg. Colnon. A social hour was spent children of High Springs were t,4\'''I m

that happen while they are there ,. states that she has served about cream and lime mixture, cover chatting and sewing. After the visitors here Sunday. .,i 1: '

yet truly without this mon- that appeals td them. fifty meals to the Banding boys, with meringue and place In slow meeting delicious refreshments Mr., and Mrs. Larson Mints of II.elsr Caeraa v..n. yrd I'.
were served by the hostess, mind M4lrln. C.blntIurn .
iroui shroud, of them had re- to brown
Louis H. Hill of Lawtey, although some oven Just long enough iryes
could Jacksonville are spending a few "...... T. ..!... PraM i a
runny never sleep when interviewed was very turned after previous visits. meringue. Mrs. E. C. Parker Is spending( days this week with Mrs. Mints' (.......... MMhaa/.d ......... Wj5
within Its folds she could reluctant to reveal the wonderful Homes where there are small Cool. Place In refrigerator un a''' few days this week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. K. P.Gulney. ha

nora quite loud.sweetly work that she has been doing children are rated by the boys til served. daughter Mrs. G. H. Parker and "

her dream-fays keep. along this line ever since the first who have small relations at home family In Gainesville.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. V V, Hazen were 'rN"
today she dwells far over call through the Y. M. C. as being just "tops" but anyone HAPPY :
came of
and Mrs. O. J. Mott In Luke City last week. .
e i deep, home during PHILLIPS ELECTRIC
local and women to who will open the
A. for men of Mrs. ,
Raiford the la
BIRTHDAY were guests school wishes to
The faculty n
.ill a mansion of light, or more of the
for few Sunday to one 11
houses a
soul open Jim Mott Sunday.Mr. thank all those who attended the SERVICE ; ,
11 I wonder how the old will never be
soldiers -
to the clean Blanding ,
hours each Sunday and Mrs. Grady Baxter' of presented by the Jubi- M
An sleep who some program .
the men
Christianmen forgotten by GREETINOS to those
but lonesome Again
>ut t her "nightie" at night. upright will fight for those very Baldwin were week-end guests of lee 11111 nillles( last Friday nightat Electrical Contracting s !, l"N
who are sent into Bradford day Starke folks who have birthday Mrs Baxter's mother, Mrs. R. P. the. school Auditorium. The '
County homes as Sunday visitors. name homes, and also for the anniversaries this week! Not so 1 .j(
fitted for "Prose and Poetry" the program was composed of mualo and Repairing !
the Hill home homes of those who say the previous week but :
Sam B. Wilson 213 Every Sunday many of
fin by bear the burden"Don't Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen and vaudeville acts which everyone
> Building, Jacksonville Fla. has three or more Blanding boysas other fellow just as welcome! Starke were visitors here Satur- enjoyed
here is a LIGHT POWER
guests, sometimes the ones be a slacker- August 8th. Mrs. Fay Gill. -
I "double chance for everyone, no matter llth. Lucille Ken- day.Mrs. se.ua
the week before August
coming CUtDH-b51
back" on the following Sunday, how rich or how poor (Just so nedy. COUNTY Phone Lawtey Fla.FQXPOWM ata
visiting relatives here Fri I. imADFOKII I
GERMAN: ARMY of per "xhr
to be service
and sometimes bring a lonesome you have a home) August 12th C. A. Crosby, TKLKOKAPII.: I c
day. i
By buddy along. to your countrymen.A D. E. Johnson and Levy ___nnnn.

I wrence Morel One Sunday in particular "Miss call several days in advanceor Canova.
[ Whitney
Emma" stated that there were ( even a postal card) to the August 13. Mrs. Margaret
"n I was young It. was ever M. C. A. In Starke will 1
17 girls and boys In for luncheon Army y Aspinwall. a
to be
a Jekenbruker arrangements being
k and (She always manages assure proper
driver)) In the I left I supper. with
f your
army. made in accordance flailedShertff
to' Invite several lovely young Car Thief .nl'7a
"oppy fields i that smiled and too, can do .t
Jacksonville schedule you ?
I ladles either locally or ;
M the village of home Andreu arrested
my to help with the enter- your bit. A. O.
|lOught that rank. For months Jamea McLeod about 11 P. M.

ked! Long time parched and Monday West of Brooker. He

Y I traveled over burning, hind 'me, death woe destruction,, 1 10 YEARS AGO made the arrest for Sheriff JohnD.

P'n' foosestep drUl. march-I the desert and simoom THIS WEEKMrs. Hall, of McRae. Ga. McLeodwas w

Pr miles over rough terralne. Then I wept and shrieked aloud wanted in Georgia for the

"wp' gravel cUffs I tolled on,, for pity! and for fear! Alas, this Vanslckte J left for theft of an automobile. Sheriff ..r
tine In myself if I should Dale Andreu stated. He was taken to
"reach could not stop Itt! for it was from to join her husband
the Hollywood PARTS YIF
top. On I strug- McRae. 3
Command. Ja!! scieen-tested for the
SUddenly my ambition was the German high who is being

fw! and quickly was I wafted I Achtun! Comet-like flew on my movies. and :Mrs. W. E. Torode Mary tH'

Promotions, as upon unseen maddened mass over the crashing The Rev and :Mrs. M. C. Stith Lucille To rod and Miss. Hazel :

I thought It was a dream! I clUes, buildings towers falling and family left Thursday Mr. Stlth for will Oliver of Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. DON'T LET THEM TELL YOU DIFFERENT!

eager haste I climbed hlgh- Jacksonville, where Bumgartner. Mr and Mrs. J. T.

(1td Ir the I rest until I had columns domes shivered razed by as bombs an eggshell. assume Brentwood his duties Baptist as Church pastor: of the Moore and sons Mr.Jimmy and Mrs.and There's no substitute for Gtnuint ford Partt. They fit right because they're MADE t' 'r Mei1e"
rank of Jekenbrukerl! George Brown.
: ad- fit. You'll never have s costly,bungled job became of misfit i If you demand them
Wood- to
'Got' There I Deep embattled ranks, women The Tip Top Grocery was Gene Surrency, Louise and

throne peering sat through on my a crowding the street children I vertlslng ham for 19c a pound. row Surrency, Mr. and Mrs F.M. for your next replacement job.Genuine Ford Part coupled with experienced workmanship : Nt

lun' that lay smiling kneeling for mercy Ja! Every-: Miss Mary Canova entertainedat Laird, Myrtle Mary and Jean ; and precision equipment-guarantees satisfaction : of .
Miss Florence and Julian 1
honoring Laird. Supt. A. J.
before bridge
thB| ? me But I sat thing! All that I had ever loved!: bride-elect, and Mrs.J. '
(for It was hot In those Matthews, Griff is. r

r''I I. J!LV as hot as though I Ja rushed! over on with all. My seeming steel Instinct throne, J. Canova and recent Mrs.brides.W. N.. D. Mrs. C. G. Arendell of St. Au- Stop Your Car From Using Oil! -
Jr., of Dr. and rif"
uppedn/ names Wainwright I ustlne. (Is the guest
awaiting Ohh! W.ilifl
smashingr! my I *
l1Inand to advance, which eras hint "Was this! my F. (Bill) Godwin Jr.. returned 'Mrs, O. L. Haynes. Ring Job Complete $19' 50 i' ld .ra
tfOA! heart groaned. Persia Island after a night Mrs. N.S. "
As I to Last Thursday '
lifted Gaskets .
my foot ambition?" I prayed It was a Includes Rings Ir" yajFe
the with his of Fort Myers entertained -
clutch In Lawtey I. Blunt
m monster
y of bones,
but the
-us, dream Kings- Oil and Labor
shuddered to Its' base I with :Mrs. W. F. Godwin. at the Hill cottage.
and screams
he steel mUll leap forward horrid shrieks huge Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. ley Lake, with I a delightful i )
M fall the Jostling, shock as my the home of Mrs. chicken supper. Those enjoyingMrs Is
as though riding Inavea. battered in the M. S. met at g
throne of Blunt's hospitality were Miss
;: Suddenly a little was Ceo. C. White.
and homes 1
I walls of houses Miss Elisabeth Edwards -
nahed. i thought in Store was advertising. Louise Tbede )
bra' of the my too too real. Stump's have Miss Callle Strickland, Mr. "
Moscovltes than they |
<. a thowand! feet a moment.Icy Now my reason" Yet spake I hushed to me ever shoes been"cheaper priced before In the Graydon Jones. Mr. Halite Jones Andrews Motor Co. I*

's1eQ' Yi'e Ploughed the sandy "This is Murder! and Mr. Cornelius Edwards.

1uanlng those happy fields that whisper Into silence by world. C. S. Laird entertained :Mrs. C. E. Harper and ber
rtEi0g Village. Onward ae a screaming "It Is duty! Mr. and at a fish fry and chicken niece. Mrs. Henrietta Evans of STARKE, FLORIDA ;

I thing- stm rushed Even now a* I writ., those their KIngsley Lake Hampton left \last Sunday for
my at
tp ttnk faces stare at me supper Leaksvlll Miss where they will e.
tearful pleading Those -
1 present
bI the ttho sa dig in my from the paper and I weep as t home were Friday: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. b e the guests of their relatives

Ilefore me aU was Jlfe.oy. answer "Alas I was a Jeken- Roscoe and Wilson May Mr. and friend.

art blorah summer Be- .broker." May

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4 FOR CITY COUNCIL I 10th day of September A. D. 1>41,I
,trW.tt STARKE: BQYS DOING Activities Listed Y. M. C. A. ProgramFor Methodist Church NewsThe Having lived In Starke: for the I shall apply to the Honorable E.:' JSrS&sSl.. ?
; past 20 years; feeling that I. >&ni a JC Ferryman Judge of said Court
fl ALL RIGHT' IN LA. At' Legion Center The Week First Quarterly Conference I patriotic, pll bllO-lIplrlted cltl.IIn.* \ as Jude ot Probate, fop my finaldischarge I I lowingoff: !?:.. e'''<'tlb,S.
lerested In the Welfare" of the community as Executor of the estate I <'tie
; : (Continued from page one) for this conference year will be and having en uiwed bya of H C. Helberg-er deceased; and I Two Mayor,
Regular donations by local Friday, August 15th. Game held at the, Methodist Church number of friends to run for the that at the name time I will present -I One Clerk Ald"rll1"n
train Aug. 2 and 3 with the Battalion City Council I hereby announce. my' final accountu a. Executorof I T.. *"Ur'r
_ commander. Maj. Harry J. merchants of prizes for "Bingo" Night Indoor games of all kinds t Friday, August 15, at 8 P. M. All myself a candidate for this office, I i said estate, and aak for their I One seNsor Marshall and'Ta.: 111011.!! Tu.
Including contests. and If elected In the PeiHember II I approval. .
_ all church
interested and I I00t0rs
Lewis.: Mrs. Struth was iterioualy has Increased the Interest of this persons 8th A. D. of '1
tc- will town and Dated August 1941. *
election serve my I Newrw *!
.4 Saturday, August 16th. 6:30: P. be I ", j. I. yH )?'
officials to preaenlTo B. P. .
In In St. Luke's Ho pltal. are urged community to the I beat of my Cordary Holbenter, I T. 8. .. *
Williams It'
tFi Edward popular gumo tremendously In the M. Picnic supper at the Y. (Con the services on Sunday all ability. Your patronage and Influence 88 4t 8-29 Executor I I" oNinionj- W, Grsbtlu" ;'j
William "Mitch" '
Corporal past few weeks at the American trlbutlons of salads are re- invited. Church will .be greatly appreciated I subscribe my '"lI "r"r, I ...;
!* is not present with the detachment are cordially thiS A. Wig-gins. NOTICE OH. II:... CTIOV I seal of tht said ',. ,and '''
as he left DllI.ndlnlJ Legion ,Recreation Center. Each : quested). School meets at 10:00: A. M. 1, N. 1>. WatnwrlMtht Jr.. Mayor I unto affixed t hI_ S"1 1 bot
8.30: P. M. Scavenger Hunt. Morning Worship 11 o'clock NO'rICJ] of Htarke! Florida by virtue Of the I August. A. D. 1941 the 1111.t tall.
10 )
July 10 to attend a threemonth'sMotor Saturday night priZes are givento I .
g One hour duration. Return to Y NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Authority vented In my by law, do Attest:
Transportation ,School at the lucky winners in The pastor's subject In the mornIng that I.' Fred Jackson who was convlited hereby rail an election to b. b.ld N. D. Walnwr'a"l'
conJunc.l.Uon and awarding of prizes. All local will be "The Eternal King In the Circuit Court of Bradford at the City Hall In the 'aforesaid 1 Carl JOhn t Jr _
Ft. Moultrle. S. C. .
: with the regular to County Florida at the Ppringterm 1.1.
ladies Invited
cordially "
Pvt. lilt Class A.V. Anderson young dom. there..!. A. D. Iliall, of the offense -

went over with the 116th Field entertainment. attend. The Young, People's meetingsare tenced. of therefor Aimed Jtobbery to Serve and ..Ten*..- CLASSIFIED. A DS ,]
"Bargalna" will be the name of
; Artillery a regiment Florldlana Sunday, August 17th. 11:00: A held each ,Sunday at 7:00: P. Years In The 8tat Prison, will
____ the comedy skit put on this Sat In all local invitedto for clemency to the State
__ 28 M.: Morning Worship M. AH young people are apply
leaving Blandlng Monday. July FOR SALE-One Poland
urday night at 8:30: o'clock by Board of P a r d ons. Tallahassee, purebred FURNISHED COTTAa't
''i He l IB In the Division'* Press Sec. churches. Local residents a r e attend. Florida, at Its nest regular meet- China gilt from World Lake Santa Fe
members of the staff for the soldier ::5
Florida : earnestly requested to. call by the Evening Worship 8:00: P. M. In. II1Ilea
_ tion, trying to persuade PREDJACKSON. Championship strain, weighing: Waldo. Electric
and their friends, visiting I Y. M. C. Invite sol In the evening IIgbta
to print his Items Army And The sermon subject 8-15 2t 1-28 ( Applicant between ,
newspapers ; 25O ba. and 300 Ib",. ning water.
the center. The play Is being directed I dlers to attend their church with I will be; "The One Great Need." InquIre Le
the Florida soldiers.
iEqU about
Will farrowr within 1 0 ,days Jewelry Co., Call1e
The Men's Condition by Miss Christine Rlcket- them. Noon. Luncheon In private Prayer service each Wednesday NOTICN ..
son with "R ne." being played by The city'council of the Cityof Two young purebred Poland
A of the Starkeltes re homes. at 8 P. M. Htarke, Florida, met August -
survey China males.-Luclan Conner.
_ .the director; "The Salesgirl" by 17th 2:00 11th. A. D. 1941, at Starke FOR
t vealed some Interesting and a- Louise H o r t o nMarty.1: by Sunday August, : florlda, to revise the registration Route ;2, Box: 123, Starke REN'r-comtortable ,
musing conditlonn.Carllule Morel and the "Little Old 2:30( P. M.: Radio Broadcast over :Yes, They're: RunningCarl ttnoks of the City of Starke Florida 8-1 4tp me t'With bath for adultt
Douglas and the followlna; namee werestricken can take
table dlscusaion care
: as usual he, has a terrific "W. R. U. F. Round frorn.th.ti.; ii- for.' the of two or
Lady" by Nina Probette. All of O. < .
CM of poison, oak. His bringing;, a clear pictureof Johns. city clerk reason stated The Council will ben FOR SALE: Pine apple -pears ,-men at reasonable prlClit
the cast are members of the WPA L. Bea ley, city councilman, wantno session, on the 19th. day of August bushel. P., H. Long
shoulders neck and face are In Army Life In General" as eoc! : per Mrs. L. C.Smith. 403 North W
staff at the center and have appeared doubt left In the minds of the A.'1>, 1941 at > o'clock P. M. ,
f 4 4 serious condition. and. his nose Is seen by Camp BlandIng soldiers to hear complaints If any and restore ...Graham. tf
., sight. before many audiences who will discuss their particularlines people as to their. intentions at any names that have been
I i-f v stricken.Andrew. FOR RENT
throughout the state. This same election. erroneously TO
Dennis: Fine. of work., 5.30; P. M. Hourof the approaching city .... Rudolph. Removed FARM FOR I SALE 18 miles GENTLEte;

Dobbs: Lazy' as ever. play will be put. on at Camp Song.* Since so) many of the They are both very definitely going Andrews itt re. Madeline. Removed from Starke and one mile frotn bedroom In private homT.
:I Blandlng hospital sometime next to seek re-election to their laker, Walter ,R.moved per week single $10 i iJunlus
Long: Homesick. soldiers are on maneuvers pianistsare ('ox Ralph H Removed Lake Butler, near highway to
week for the benefit of the convalescents respective offices in the city election ( Mrs. MeLba S. Removed M. Smith. 120
'ox. Sb
c Jackson: Still In a fog. very scarce. Any local rest- .Starke. 150 acres, of cleared '
under the supervisionof 1 ryden, A. L* Removed street.
Hazen; Wants to go home. dent with a knowledge of any September 9. nuu-h, Merrill C, Removed and timber lands two goodsprings
the Red Cross office.
Johnson In two fogs.. American musical Instrument is welcome at Irlffls, ',Ruby Removed on property and 5-room( I WANT TO LEASE

_ -- I F WalkerTeachtng? selectees to Last Saturday night a game this hour of group singing aroundthe McIntyre ,Back On Job I OrlfflB licks,,O.Llndney W. Removed Removed' house. Reasonable cash'.price.. Starke ,city limit a hIIlde

r* play poker (and losing his pants.> program directed by Flora Padget piano. 6.00: P., M. Refreshments Johns, M I* Dead Write Lucretia Anderson 111 less than two bedroomt

-- Silcox: Nothing much j just took the place of the regular entertainment ,"on the house," 8:00 P. T. J. McIntyre, collector for Johns Johnson, WV Evle'J. Woodward Removed Dead I E. Second St., Live Oak. Fla. see!! Mr. Roth 201 E, t

: driving Major IawLs.t t and over CO men par M. Evening Services In local I the Torode Chevrolet. Co., returned Cite. Louise Dead I 8-19 3tp

Brunner Daker:, In love with ticipated for prizes which were churches. Please call by the! Y to bis work Monday afteran Kite Kit.,, Kenneth Mrs Liter, '. Removed Removed I.

; some Georgia gal. and ordering again donated by local merchants. on your way to church and Invite absence of several weeks be. Moore, Jerry Removed SACRIFICE 8-r 0 0 m 2-s tor y WANTED TO RENT-smaih

rings Merchants who have contributedto cause of art automobile accident. Moore, Mrs. Liberty Removed house, with 0 large lots. At farm with house
I $1 engagement the boys to go with you. I McCord. T. M Removed nw sti
,. Tracy Baker: Still Jockeying a the programs at, the center Include Monday.. August 18th. Letter. On July 19 he was seriously In. Accord., W. C. RemovedNoegei Putnam Hall. No reasonable C. E. Beam Craftsnuwi

-'I La motorcycle. Darby's'Grocery Ben. Sus- Home Night. jured between ,Maxvllle and Baldwin iloegel.., Dorothy Joe- Removed Removed offer refused.-Write Owner, racks Camp Blandlng r.,

low's Supply Morgan's I some time In a hoaital .- Box: 74 Astor Fla..
Andemont' Still pressing the Army _', Tuesday.. August 19th. 8:00: P. spent iloegel, Mrs. FannlRemov.d. ltp &.1
'' 1 and taking 'car. of the gen Book Store, A. P. Grocery, > and remained at his home Nicholson, Chas.. 'W.. Removed
press M. Chorus Local Pianist Vm' Removed
: Singing.. forth,
erals. Stumps Store A. and A. Cafe, wanted for these regular Tuesday I lere while recuperating. forth, "Mrs. Wm: Removed FOR RENT-3-roOm' furnished 2000 OLD BRICK WAN |

Struth: Okeh, but worried. Petite Photo Shop Eastern AutoS Interested Xoegel, Mrs. Joe Removed garage .apartment Adults. ,Need not be clean, Will!

iMg7? Kldd: Between the devil and the U p ply, J. M. Alvarez P. 8. evening services.In Glee Club Any work person please GRAHAM lowe'atray[ ,Ruth Jan. Removed Removed Mrs. L. M.''Clark 1 1-2' ml. out cash.;-.E, L. Matthews, i

rr' ,deep blue sea1. I Store, Canova's Wa I I' tee n By Mrs.'L. C. Smith fHI"n"I Dame Dead B. Call St.:, Starke.tf ford County Telegraph.ATTENTION .
; notify Miss Ersklne Phone 55. Immons,. A. C. Removed
'M Staff ,SergAitnt' Err I Agency Park Theatre Ritz The- 20th. 8:00P. : Simmons, ,Ava Lou. Removedt. :
Wednesday, August
i Another popular Staikeite A. a t r e r Sternberg'sr Carpenter'sDrug John Vincent S. Removed FOR RENT-down-stairs apart PLEASE!
M. Bridge Seanlon. Local real- fit. John,' .Kdwlrc H. Removed. t Crough
R. Wall. Jr., a Staff Sergeant In I Store, Alexander & Co.. and invited. IGNORED Theta R F. Dead ment; connecting, bath. Mrs. colored died at SSatul'day

.' the 124th Infantry's. Anti-Tank the Bradford Photo Shop. dents friends and relatives from Pnwn., <]enevft Dead Sam Anderson, 120 N. Cherry night. Any re
Thursday August 21st. 8:00: P. Many Williams, Willie Removed please communicate with
A WOL'ob( lmt it
Company was
Viola Removed
Georgia and Florida honored Mr. Williams
M. Informal Dancing. Wanted- Williams D. Removedf Crough Starke. Please sear
without leave) when his companyleft To head Roll Call Dewey
and Mrs. J. A. Graves
_ for Sunday, M CMwardB.Chairman. relatives
"call" numbers at Sanltone
some one to FOR' Fit,
to RENT2room
Blanding. He managed get the occasion being their birthday City Council. house 2 1-2
out to La., on his own and rejoin Mayor N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Square Dances.. Please notify the anniversaries. TTEST: .miles East of Starke. F. F. Daily cash market for cattlt
has been asked to this Y If you know of such a person (nrl Johns,
But alas! serve again Flume.
1K' company. upon A large basket dinner was City Clerk.In : ,ltp hog!! Auction Sale e\eryTl
!, arrivalhe found himself no longer year as Chairman of the Annual willing to help. (Civilians contributing ___
served under"..the camphor .tree day beginning at 2:30 p.
_______ a Staff'Sergeant, but only a f:;:O- American Red Cross Roll Call for refreshments of sand around their home. Circuit Court Bradford Countv, FOR RENT-.Large comfortable Columbia Stockyards, Lake
Florida In Jewell Lord
Chancery ,
Biadford County. He made such wiches, cake and candy),
a.month private\ Out of town guests were from plaintiff ys. James Matthew Lord double rOOm. adjoining bath', Fla., Phone 481. See or viiI

$ ________________________________________________________________ .1'8, success of the drive last year defendant nn Monday the lit day only one block from the post- ).
Tampa, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville : Odom, Jr., p o. Boi
of September, 1941 the defendant
that lie has consented to head
f' To relieveCOLDS I up Serve Yourself Starke Ralford, Miami, and James Matthew Lord Is required to office. 201 West Jackson. itp Starke Fla.
the drive for this year also. The appear to the bill filed against him
date bas not yet been set, but will I T. A. May, manager of the Tifton, Ga.Everyone. herein. This. order to be publlnhed r
Liquid wished Mr. and Mrs. once a week fir four consecutive
likely be, held either the last of Western Union. appeared before weeks la Bradford County Tel,. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
the Council with Graves many ,more happy birthdays. graph, a newspaper published In
October or first of November. City recently
? : Bid. Ftrndford County My Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Ma to EtttM
666 the request. that. the Western
Union be permitted to erect six Mack Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford .
Mr. and Mrs. McKlnzey
Coa h Drop County Florida. _
< ,
_____ Try "'RllbMy.T1.Wonderful' J. II. COUimiANCII poles on the South aide of Road of Hart Haven visited Mrs. Me Starke, Florida. August Kth. 1941

UuuMuenl WatchMakerBUY 48. which request was granted Kinzey'a ,parents Mr. and Mrs. _' 8-8 4t 8-29, DeWITT C. JONES

WITH by unanimous vote. .1. H. Sunday. j ,Starkev Florida
CONFIDENCEAT Surrency, ix 'ol'n'l' ,OF" roi'STir .it'nan.BHAOPOIU .
The purpose of this Is that Mr;, and ''Mis.. Grover Rhodes ) COUNTY. STATE OF
I they mlgh have1.* several ."self- FLO.UIJ ,
YOUR HOME JEWELER and son Rlchvrd, of Lake Wales In te, Estate.; *of ..
Boating service pay stations. One will be is spending ;several weeks with R. C. Helberger, DeceasedNotfrw 'W. T. CLUTE..REAL

erected at once at the. Florida and Is hereby given to all
Mrs. Rhodes :parents. Mr.
Motor Lines bus station. A little whom It mar concern that on theIf F. H. A. LOANS
Mrs. R. M. Johnson.
I>O YOU KNOW ABOUT later will also be Installed We want the
they listing on propertyWe
: your
: Mrs. J. H Surrency was visitingher ,
ROACHES ? I. at the new Orange Lines bus station daughter, Mrs Jlmmie i have some wonderful properties for sale

at the S. A. L. depot and Emery, and little son In the See us' about Real Estate Needs
VI.'hen'you fight roaches you 'several at Camp Blandlng. The I your :

.: Bowling try to get rid of them all, device is i very simple. A person Gainesville will Hospital be remembered Sunday. Mrs.as'' 119' E. CALL STREET PHONE)( fi fimiiiuNuuimmMiium.iiimmMuiimimimu

not ,jUst kill the few that takes down the receiver and gets Emery

you dust can or hit that. with walk spray Into or the Western> Union without fur- Miss. Mr.Maxene and Mrs.Surrency.O. O.: Graves and "" ''''...'' '''''''''.''''' '''''' .''' 'umuiiuu''' ''''''''''''uuiuiiiiiiiuiiiuiniiuinuii' "' ''' ''HnwwiiiiuuiiiiuuiiilJim' '' ''' ',m a.'''''i'
Billiards a
sends his and
ther ado telegram. m
daughter, Shirley 0 f Daytona
powder by accident.
drops In the amount designated. Beach visited their parents, Mr. I wish to extend a cordial invitation to my friends an

K3DRoach and Mrs. J. A. Graves, and Mrs.L. .
Bar-B-Q Mrs. Minnie Lee ParrishMrs. C. Smith 'over the week-end.. customers whom I have served in this kind of wo
i Mrs. Leah Brown and daughter 'since 1928 here in Starke 'to call on me at the Tempi
Minnie Lee Parrish, 74,
Different} expect
Tommie of Miami arrived Saturday you

Chicken Dinners Roaches eat. It because they after a two weeks' Illness, died for a visit of several days ,your wife to Garage. I. will be. glad to help you as I have beta
afternoon at 3 o'clock at
like It. They dry up and die. Tuesday with Mrs. J. P.' Summers and
the home of a daughter Mrs. J. take washing Thank
Put K-3-D In little piles or :Mrs. J. A. Graves. you,

c In bottle caps and place it M. Dixon at Lawtey. The funeral if yourc: accider.taflykiflsdat *

__ Shrimp Dinners In out-of-slght places whereIt was held at the New Hope IN TIIR COUNTY CIHC1 IT FLORIDA.In COURT .BRADFORD L. L. LIBBY
at 3 o'clock Wed
can be left bait. Baptist Leila Mundjr,
as Safe The Matter of Sapp
to use. Non-poisonous to man nesday.afternoon, with the ,Rev.I. I Application for License as Free le-vst lea.v Her Better known as "Shorty"M.A.

Cold Drinks and pets.Sistrunks'. G. Hemingway, of Starke, of Tracie. wubinmuhtl1t''

ficiating. Interment. was In the ,I cau.DECREEThis duly comlna' on for A "imm"" "" iiiiiiiffiniiimiiiMmiiHiiiiniiinii, '' '.'m'''iiiiiiiimtii''''''''' ,,,'iiuiimimniiiiiiiimiiiimmiiimmiiniiniiiMnwf''' '' '',,, ''' ,,,,,,',, ',.., ''' '' iiinain' "mnimiiiiinn' ,>.....
Feed & Seed I final hearingupon the report of

Store New Hope cemetery. I the Special Maater and upon his ..' >"."."....I dIIIII I '.._. IIII..illlIIHIIII'IIIIU..W...... .. !' ".".....
Trailer Park Mrs. Parrlsh was born October finding that the prayer of petitioner i..IIIW'AliIIII""iIIIIM
should rbe granted, upon
Starke Florida 29. 1865 a daughter of Mr. and consideration It la Ordered Adjudged Charley E. Johns KITE
Manufactured and Decreed by the Court .
By McPhall Mrs. Ed Lawson. and the widowof .

CottagesGood Products. Makers of, Ant- Lee Parrish. She was a memo and that findings said Special he and Masters are hereby report' Agency

ene.-Orlando. Fla. ber of the Baptist church, and had .confirmed and that Leila. Sapp
Mundy la authorised to take chargeof PAINTER & DECORATOR
lived In Bradford County for |the and mane rrb own estate and Starke Florida)
past 19 years. property and a free
Fishing b dealer In every respect to contract 11. East Call -
She is survived y a son and be contracted with to sue and Street

George Parrish. of Starke; two be sued and to bind herself In all

SEA FOODS daughters. Miss Teas ParrUb of after respects. publishing-as fully as copy If of unmarried this d.. Telephone 13 Phone 148

BeerOnTap Fort Myers and Mrs. Ethel,Dixon epee once each week for four con-

; '. of Lawtey;. and two brothers. ecutlve Telegraph weeks a duly In Bradford qualified County newspaper South Broadway Between Call

i *" ""gggg -- ..I.. i Charlie Ward and John Ward, of published In the County of and MadisonwmiinntiwmiMTOHtmwtiiniiiiH
her residence.
MULLET Brooker. Done and Ordered. In Chambersat
were -- "_"'""""' ',
Funeral arrangements In Gainesville, Florida this 7th day

Meet Your: BREAM charge of the DeWItt C. JonasFuneral of August. h.1941.H Sobrlng. Circuit Judge.A A.k Our Many-

Friend At PERCH Home. A. TRUE..1.Thoma.CI.rk, COPfl., -
Circuit Court. Bradford 'Satisfied Customers Prompt ServiceStarke Careful Drive
t TROUT County, Florida.
Got Arm In Saw
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) 8-1S 6t t-lS
Kingsley Beach Why They Eat At
James Peterson son of F. O. '
SHRIMPDRESSED Peterson of Peterson's Dairy. Is August 14th. 141 Taxi Servi<
The A & A Cafe
LAKE'FRONT Improving after a severe accident BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA .
on July 24He was sawing pursuant to Section of Chapter

AMUSEMENTPARK wood with a tractor saw when In 1111.isles.known Lawa as of the Florida MURPHY, Acta ACT.of They, Will Tell You It Is Locally Owned and Opeated

some way b. got his arm Into the the following described land In Because of the Well
Bradford County, Florida. will be -
saw and severely cut his right Phone 150
offered for sale at public outcry
= =:==: ===sOn arm below the elbow. Dr. M. B. for the highest and best cash bid. Meals Served In

MAGNOLIA FISHMARKET Herlong put six stitches In his subject to tae right of the True- Such Pleasant Surround Day N'
Road 48 Near tees of the Internal ImprovementFund ,
arm. Mr. Peterson said. Wednes to reject any and all bid., ings.
day. at the Courthouse beginning at
Camp Blanding 10.SO o'clock A. M on the 19th. day
*09 E. Call Phone 11 of September A. D. .1141 Easementfor
road right of way Sec f..t
Cemetery WorkingAn wide will be. reserved from any SANDWICHES SHORT

.. parcel through which there la tan NEED PAINT ?

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I all-day cemetery working existing State Road. ORDERS. REGULAR
EH, of NEVi of NEW A NH of
will be held at the "Uncle Ben NWX of NEH of NE*. 8eo. I. Twp. DINNERS COOL DRINKSNo WITH{
---M I Sapp" Cemetery near New Riveron t 8. Rg It K, IS Acre. PLEASE CALL ON US TO HELP YOU
All SWVi of 8WH of 8RI4. W
Gulf Life
Insurance .
Co. Thursday August 21. All Interested of Klngolev Road. iI.o.II.. Twp I YOUR PAINTING PROBLEMS

persona are asked to 8, Rg SI R. 4 Acres,
AGENTS come prepared to spend the day. FUND. STATE OF FREE ESTIMATES

The public Is cordially Invited., FLORIDA.By .

ROY M. STONE W. R. (BILL) ALVAREZ I.A Fund, J. Thomas.Bradford. Agent Count1'It TrusteesI. DEVOE & RAYNOLDS PAINT


I 1'. O. Box 308. Starke Florida We wish to thank all of our FOR crrr coritm.' THE
Inasmuch as many of my friends
friends who were so sympatheticand have requested that I offer my Color Styling

kind to us during the recent services a. one of the new. Council-
SEE US TOMORROW IS sickness and men. and being Interested In civic A&ACAFE -
death of our beloved
affairs, I hereby announce my candidacy .

OFTEN TOO LATE father.-Mrs.. W. K. Bradley the election for of the Remember office, subject, tth. Your to Back of Carpenter. 'TRIANON BLDG.: &SUPPPL CO.
Mrs. Donie
Moore Mrs. X. D. 4fI
TotS and support wilt be, greatly eBRADFORD
10th & Cherry Sts. Pt">
Sapp, O. L.. Underbill. appreciatedAlvtn
Everett !lcKllIlI.r. -


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