Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01199
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S. To Start. .;.C;"', 1 850 QualifiedFor I'Says Soldiers I Board_ DraftsTemporary :

1841-42 Terra ElectionSeptember HomesickFor I t

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Nay 4.41Monument. 9th BlandingBy Budget

Because of Inadequate audit Figures Show Increase Necessary

facilities for the accota-' Publication) this week of the Pvt. A. \\. Anderson, Jr. For Purchase of Defense
I mm tint\ of elector for the City Election
nation of parents and pupils, ToProgre83 September, shows a total A majority of the 3ht (Dixie) I Road Right-of-Way
opening of the 56th term of I lot 850' qualtfiedthe' largest Division's 1.4.000 sllttlel'8ould

H. s. Monday morning Sept. ( number ever registered In Starke. I, give a week's pay to exchange I Bradford County's estimated expenses for the fiscal

be rather unpretentious, Increase over. last year's total I! the hot dusty red-bug and tick 1911-42 are around $10,000 lent than the estimated amount year
will lie i infested
forests of Louisiana for 1940-41
I around 170. for in spite of the fact that
to E. L. Williams, prln- : the increases were necesI I
ordln comparative haven
of I
: i Considering the large number, Camp ,nary in the fine and forfeiture fund and I '
Monday morning: : at 9 o'ck tot j BlanIUn ,' their training camp for i because of the other items
qualified vnlfera, and the large I eight I increased imputation of Bradford
months. County.
the children wilt go to their i I field of candidates., there has been I S i i Last year's estimated
,grooms for completing theirJitratlon >. very little "flr wnrk." to stimulate '. Four weeks. of life In Kluatchlej : i the total for 1041-42) is estimated expense totaled at $131,465.50 ; while
: I interest in the j National! Forest between AlexanIdtla -I l This $121,622.00.
and receiving: Inuctlons : September 9 I year's decreased total is
: and Wlnflelil. accounted for the
by fact
tt.51a have
4e given
balloting. There
la still time forsome I I'I that the
from"their: home roomubera 1 lan-ralnute j' the often bathless men a deeper I Road .& Bridge Bond Interest and Sinking Fund V
however 'I :[
At approximately. 11 A. Like a mute memorial to bygone days the stump of a huge and those who like their | appreciation of Blinding with Us i I I was reduced from $720 433.50 in 1910-41!} to $57,265.00 in ,'

the children will be dismissed oak tree that'stood for generations In the middle of weller St. politics hot, should not give up 'hot and cold showers Its wood- 11911-42. This year'a lower total is made possible by reduction I

r the day and regular classic -: now looms !In front of the first building to get under way at hope entirely. I floored tents Instead of hard in bond requirements) under provisions of new law .

will begin Tuesday. .Septem- Bland Ing Center on .East Call St. The ancient oak had to make There are '12',candidate for office ground. Its mild climate good i I paused by the last session of the I < > iaVl''

Ir2I I I way tor widening of the street. When complete, Standing Center this year, an ana'nst. eight In I water,,mess electric halls lights, toilet facilities Florida legislature. October 1, 1941, to and Including
recreation build
I Each teacher will be furnished will house the Orange Bus Lines station, a recreation center 1940. The current line-up U: : Inip, theatres, service clubs and Largest Increase was In the September 30, 1942, and having
I for soldiers, and several other establishments. For_ mayor 1':', D. Walnwright. towns. Road & Bridge Maintenance Fund, considered the
These receipts estimated '
Iri maneuvers
who to
list of pupils are which
a was
I upped from
Incumbent to
; W. M. Edwards and which ( h e soldiers by i he Clerk {
are takingchinup and:
| In her room. And I should there C A. Futch/ $24.000, an Increase. of 14000. having given y
his School Board and smiling! are a necessary This was necessary. It was said, full consideration of the needs d' ';
E any difficulty finding room Drivers LicensesOn For councilman; O. L. Beasley, part of vital training andhar'e
clal messengers for such see Met Charles because Bradford County must and necessities of the County and "
This Week A. Darby, A. J Green. A | forcefully brought home to
ce will bo found In the office. E3. McKlnn vJfJ' K. Rabeck. Carl critics the realization that Blan- provide tight-of-way for several the requirements for the different -

II new high school students, whore Sale SoonYour 'Several Important Item of bus!- Rltch, and OH e Wiggins.For I I I ding Is a fine camp In which to and defense because highways the State in the county, purposes to meet the expense
moved to Starke during the ness were transacted at the special city clerk: Carl Johns. In live and train. partment Road De- during the salt,) fiscal year, have
are requested by the meeting of the Board of \ wants 35: feet of additional determined
inmer County cumbent. The writer has talked with d01l. and do hereby declare
rinclpal to have their credits 1940-41 driver's license Public Instruction at 10 o'clock For city marshal: A. L. Alvarez, :l en* of men and been present at I 13 andIS rll"h t-ot.way through along the entire Roads the following to be the estimated r #
If not, please see him Monday I .
morning. them
IIlplete. will expire October 1. Licenses Among Incumbent. countless "bull-Msnlons" and al- county. expenses and all specialand
L that he may write for a trans- were the election of Mrs. Bonnie {I' most extraordinary expenses contemplated .
for 1941-42 will be without exception the
on sale at the men
Irlpt of credits In order that' youbay j'I Burnett as commercial, teacher The polls will be open on flec i Mask I forward to "The Board then took up the for the year from a4valtrem .
office of to Blan-
J d returning
County u geE. K.Perryman lion
day from 8 A. M. 6 I matter
to P. M. of
making an estimate
be properly registered on the I and Paul V. Parks as coach atI of taxation and estimated
[penlng day. beginning Tuesday, ,I tB. H. S., for the ensuing school at the regular voting places. Ab-I I ding.One the necessary expense of the receipts from other source* which
Sept. 2.. The following licenses that will bo glad to
:rotes group
,. for
Also voting the benefit County for, the fiscal from
'Much[ the same curriculum will term. J. A. McKelvey was 1 year will bot available;
and prices will prevail: those who expect to be out of the i return Is Staike'a own National
B offered this year as last, ,Mr.1U18ma (1) Temporary permits,. 50c. janitor, City 'on election day began Monday I Guard unit: Headquarters Detachment BUDGET FOR 1940.1941 "
He also Issued M. C. Miller I
resigned as bun .
of the 13 Hh
Jimior August 25: and will closeFriday. Infantry's Second -
(2) Restricted < Gr-NERAL
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> itatement to the parents and permit, driver of the Sampson City route battalion. This of 14 FUND
September 5, Mayor N. D group 211
irons of the school: '"It Is our ,BOc. and J. E. Brown was appointedto Wainwright, Jr. has announced.It Starkeltea have worked hard dur- Salaries County COMmissioners _____... $1,800.00
into do our beat to serve the (3)) Junior Operator's license, fill the position. Britt Alvarez ing the past tour weeks, for they 212 Salary Clerk Circuit Court .-____-__- 1200.00
teds of the children of Bradfordnty. l under 16-18 years Inclusive, SOc. resigned as bus driver at the behooves: every qualified are responsible for the welfare of 219-1 Sheriff Attendance on County Commls.

We Invite you. to visit ((4) Operator's license $1.00. Rising school and Lester Crosbywas need voter. to of make a clone study of the >an entire infantry battalion TheDetachment's stoners __ ____ __ .___-_________ 52.00
e school whenever possible, and (3)) Special chauffeur's license, appointed to till his placeat candidates Starke, as well as the first sergeant, Elmo 219-2 ,Attorney for County Commissioners ___ 25.00
i thall be very happy. to have 150.: the same salary $:i:5: per jest qualified both bycharacter Struth, will probably be U KJten- 224 Commissions and Fees County Assessor
month. Out, of tbree for the ability and experience,
"If you have never been licensed and go 16 the polls witless unbiased ant Strutb soon. He lefty> the ot Taxes ______.___--_._-_.____ 2,000.00
I B. H. S. expects to turn out aIntnte In"Florida," said Judge bus route of Plnehlll High Schoolat I mln4 and. cast Ballot for maneuver area Monday,' Augvtfl, 225 Commissions and Fees County Tax Collector -" 1a I
football team this Perryman, "you must be examinedby Brooker, that of Bill Parrlsh to attend a three month's ofttftercandidate
yearpier ; $35 the best trIaD (Itn the r..e..ard. -____-____-_______---___.. 2000.00
was accepted- month.
the direction of the new a patrolman. and get bis' O..K.,. per L school at Ft. Beaming, 2.U.l IMalntenan '
less. Of ,pen al frleniUhips.v County Court House ...__ 6OO.eo
Junior .
before The Hampton High Ga. Staff James '
jotch, Paul V. Spares.( license can be issued. If Sergeant Deafnls 241-2 .Janitor fl
... t
..:.r "YOU.1a&ve"UU"Jleen e., yore ,must School l was"'"stepped Jjp'," a bit by r ,y. Isthe.. acting first sergeant -- -- ------- .--.-f 600.00 j
producer" .* get renew'*!., All II being granted two Importantthings Legion: nter ";. "" untlt-atnth h'receives his commisslon 241-3 '.Lights, Fuel, and W&ter. _.__.... .__ .800.00. .

Stores To CloseIabor1Dav are Issued after complete'' application at the one meeting. The Program Enjoyed 1 'i 241-4. 14isucanc4t, ----.....- "!'....._::. ,. '600.00 ( '1&&,, t IIjl

is executed Judge Perryman. Board 'accepted the bid of the The Detachment' commander: 2-n-rs Incidentals -------..-... ;-'t.-'i ..... 600.00

continued" j EHco Novelty I Co... of LakeCity, The soldiers enjoyed a r e 'I l ,left R. O. .Kldd.. Jr., has Issued a 261-1 SuperYisol' of Registration _':' __......_" it360.00 t .'.

"Licenses go on sale September out of five bids for awnings for "get together" program at the statement to the single men of 261-2 Expense of Elections ----e-___ 1200.00 i ,.

2, 1941.. DO NOT BE CAUGHT, this school by placing order for American Legion Recreation Center the company forbidding them to 262 Legal Advertising and ExpenlleS200.00
WITHOUT ONE." Aristocrat Vlvatex material at last. Saturday night. having marry without permission Staff 269 Administrative Supplies and Expenses. 800.00

.I majority' of Starke busl,, I 14320. The Board also let con- an opportunity to meet Congressman Sergeant Al Kay Carlisle was discharged 269-1 Indexing __h .. __u__ -____ 300.00
eeae houses will remain closed tract to M. L. Watterson ands. Lex Green. Mayor Noon from the field hospital 271-1 Courthouse! Furniture and Flxtures.. ; 400.00 '
Os Labor Day, Monday, Y Schedule L. Wynn to re-roof the Hampton I Wainwright of Starke, and"Father last week-end, where he was confined 321 Fees and COMb Clerk Circuit Court.if'? r' 800.00 '

tember! 1. Sep For The Week school for $12i: the material to Thos. J. MUrphy. director of the for treatment of a severe 341 Maintenance County Jail (Repairs) _;_ 350.00 j
be used being the best. grade obtainable ,
A* pntlUon circulated by City ,The following program arrange of Rubberold roofing. newly constructed Catholic Recreation case of poison oak. 361 Inquests (Cor.) H ___ ______ .. 300.00 ,
Vumhal A. L. Alvarc this ment for the week will be observed I Since B. H. S. Monday, Center C. of C. Meeting 371.1 Furniture and Fixtures County Jail .,. 200.00 ,
week wait .signed by approximately opens Intense Interest was manifest 562 /
at the Y. M. C. A. Inquiries : 200.00 '
Army to -
the Board a resolution
so passed as Congressman Green graciously ---.r
bu.lnelillo prominent ,places of here: t I the effect that "all schools whose told of the efforts very being Called For TonightTonight 563 General Welfare H'_ O. ______-_____. _. 2,200.00 '

The all-day closing on labor Friday, '8 P. Bridge'Night.. bus schedules would be affected : made In behalf of the soldiers, by at. the office of W. T. 563-1 Operation of a County Health Unit __ 1,200.00 l

Day U. unusual for Starke, M Lessons to beginners. Civilian by the opening of B. H. S. would ; our President\ Franklin D. Roose Clute, realtor, up-stalra. at 119 699 Contingencies and i<:mera-encle8' ,
frequently In the put stores bridge players are urged to attend have a one-half day session to I velt. He also stressed the fact East Call street there will be an 772 Donations to W. P. A, and other Public t '

kne not cloned at all. or for and make up foursomes with conform with the buses coming I that a real soldier did not count Important meeting of the Chamber Works --_-------- .. .---,-----__ ''OZ,800.00. I

only half a day. the soldiers. from B. H. S. The Board also his duty In the terms of dollars of Commerce, which all In- 772.1 Publicity __0" -__ ____-_-__ 500.00 l;

Saturday, 3:30: P. M-Horseshoe unanimously approved the Bradford and cents but as a moral obligation terested persons are urged to at. 772-2 County Defense Council-----_____.._... 300.00. \ I
Methodist Church pitching contest. Prizes for County Fair which Is epos to his home and loved ones tend. At a meeting held at the I : i

winners. sored by the American Legion. aa a protection and assurance Army Y. M. C. A. at 1:15: : P. M. : TOTAL $ ,3 82. (
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The public !la Invited"to all ser- 8:30.11:30-Informal: dancing. that the Democracy of America Wednesday, George Manassa was FINE Sc FORFEITURE FUND t

Ct3 at the church. Services Free punch. Music by 33th Field Building PermitsSol shall live In tranquil security! In elected president; Fred F Stump 315 Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney $ 750.00

&Jtt Sunday a I' ea. follows: Artillery orchestra. cloning he commended the statewide vice-president; and D. P. Carpenter 323 Fees and Costs County Judge ___ __ _.. 2,400.00
inrch School at Hankerson frame residence recreation! project of the W. secretary-treasurer, -
10A. M. Morn -! I 325 Fees
and Costa
I I Sunday 11 A. M. All soldiers Sheriff 5,000.00
fltg 20x24 on lot 1, block 5I I''P. wonderful that -
Worship at 11 O'clock. The 2-story. A. on the work The new President appointed an
lOoming service will be a special Invited to attend local churches. In the Livingston. Truby" Co.,. Is being done In various defense Executive Committee consistingof 325-1 Iialliffs. -_ '-____ _.__ _____________ OO.OO
one, featuring the opening of Noon-Soldiers signed' up for subdivision $400. August 19; areas all over the United States Fred F. Stump Joa. E. Wilson, 325-2 Sheriffs Commissions on FiQes Collected 400.00 It

ICbool." All teachers, parents and, home lunches will be called for. Josephine Williams, August 22, 1- and especially at the American W T, Clute and Dr. M. B. Her- 325-3 Guard at County Jail __ _,______.____ 480.00

wudren not engaged In the ser- Why not Invite a soldier or two story frame lunch room 10x20. Legion Recreation Center In long. "The purpose of the Executive 329.1 Witness Fees -- -_ __ __-_________ 500,00
vkes In other churches are cordl- Into your home to enjoy that In the Livingston. Truby & Co., Starke. Committee." Mr. Manassa 329-2 Jurors Pay Rolls--. ___ _____. __ 300.00 J

% Invited to Join In this ser- good home-cooked Sunday dinner subdivision. Two houses In Reno. Mayor Walnwright greeted the said Wednesday "1s to nominate a 362 Feeding and Care ot Prisoners ______u 2,000.00

"ke. The sermon subject 'will be ? boys and assured them that as Board of Directors. The Board of 369 Other Law Enforcement Agencies ___u_ 400.00
"Colng To School." 2-2:30-L1steD to the Y soldier Keeping Cool Commander of the Jone -Lang. Directors In turn, will elect an 699 Reserved for Contingencies t

The radio program over WRUF.6Singlng' ford-White Post and Mayor of the executive secretary," he Ilat d. 700 Traffic Patrol __
Young People's Meetings for all. Refreshments _- -_____.::__.__ 1,800.00
Mr. Manassa urged that
IIiII everyonewho
be at 7 P, M. City he was! vitally Interested

Evening worship at 8 O'clock. on the house. there welfare and as long aa he possibly could be present at TOTAL _____h________ _____________ $14,530.00 .
!'he sermon topic in the evening Monday "Write-a-letter-home I held these offices. they, as well as the meeting tonight.McCIane AGRICULTURAl. FUND
'iii be 1The Victorious mind to Night. the citizen of Starke. were as- Named 681 County Agent's Salary __ _._____.-.______ $1,440.00 .
1IOrk." looking Tuesday 8 P. M. Blanding lured of wholesale recreational
''bratlon' of Labor Day on to Mon-the Song Birds, the Y Yammers. Meet facilities and center In a whole : InstructorLt. TOTAL $1,440.00
at --------- ---- --------------
IIY. ,Tuesday night some community. I _
Prayer 8 o'clock. All civilians who can 4 Father Murphy spoke briefly, I T, K. McCIane, Jr., former WIDOW'S PENSION FUND :
>. M. services Wednesday 8 I sing are urged to take part. expressing his appreciation of the i county agent. for. Bradford County, 1561 Pension Allowance for Dependent Chil- ,

.rvtcea.Visitors welcome at all Wednesday-Games for all from opportunity to add his lot with I has recently been appointed as an i dren in School _u.u___________ 2000.00

7:30: on.Thursday. Congressman. Green and Mayor' Instructor on the faculty of the
O. C. Powell, Pastor. Wainwright In making the boys Tactics Department. Battery Of TOTAL 2000.00
i 8:30-Informal dance I' I ------------------------------
'Ing. Homemade cakes donated by happy. ficers'. Course, Fort Bill Okla. I ROAD AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE* FUND 'I II

Itac/adden Replies civilians. The program for the eveningwas i, While on leave here this week, Lt. Road I and Bridge Maintenance .'" _____ ________. 12000.00 ;

Mayor N. srrangvd', and directed by McCIane was receiving warm con. ,[ Right of Ways on New and Existing Roads ___001< 12,000.00 I,
'1\0 D. Wainwright' Jr., a Walter V. Walsh, supervised by I t gratulatlona on his appointment !

, recently wrote a letter to Lex Discusses JVar 14' W. Morel assistant to Clayton'',' as an Instructor, considered one of i TOTAL' __ __ ___h ___ _______________ $24,000.00
.rBarr Macfadden, former L. Perreault supervisor of the the choice assignments In the I*
of Center.
Army. ..
' nn Liberty magazine, pro- recess of Congress, Representative I As an added feature little Miss ,'I Bond Maturities __ ____ _. .__ ____________ $26,000.00

' a recent article mention. Lex Green says he thinks Lora Louise Townsend sang "That corn-1 I Interest Payments _..- -_ .__ n_______ ___ 31,115.00
1 out I
Itarke unfavorably has just that If Russia. can hold Southern Girt" a song composed I i Courre, stood at the top of the Incidentals __ .__________ 150.00
1 fr.veined the following letter from against Germany until the will snowfalls not I by Mr. Walsh and dedicated toj I II : class in Tactics and was one 'of1 1'I

Mactadden: the United States the soldiers at Camp Blinding.: I I I the two officers out of 260 who I TOTAL ___ qU -_ ____ ___ __ __ $57.265.00
% In the present
r Mayor Wainwright have to fire a shot One other contingency I were honored b y being given i IT WAS THEREFORE; RESOLVED: that the Clerk of

Referring to world struggle. Dressed faculty positions. He will likely the Circuit Court be directed to have the
''rah) your letter of July -that Is. if Japan does Office Up \!I foregoing esti-
would remain at Fort Sill for another mates made the Board of Commissioners
"ered say that I recently not shoot at us first, which Is un- as by County pub.
1e all my connection with \i Dr. O. L. Haynes dentist III' year. llahed in a newspaper in the County by one insertion; anda
Mact'1dden Publications and likely taking advantage of being out of thereof properly certified forwarded J to the
aid! to the situation copy Comptroller -
, not do anything personallyyour With reference Archie Green 18-month-old son his office to> have the Interior!I! Recent Births of the State of Florida.
'I'erence to In South America, of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green of I I I painted and thoroughly re-dec
complaint.howeyer United States IT IS FURTHER ORDERED by the Board that meeting
bave, Green says that the Starke might be bot like the rest orated. The. whole upper story Mr. and Mrs. Paul 8. Futch a -
r to lent your let- there every will be held 18 A. D. 1941 at which time
the Is winning friends looks cool Starke 26, girl.Mr. September a
edItor whom I of us. but be certainly 'Is to be repainted \inside, be said I August
'''' win ** 'Immediate am quite'efu and day-much faster than GermanyIs. as he sits In a bird bath clothed :> and the floors will be covered and Mrs. Leon Mian Nor- i permanent Budget will be adopted for the Fiscal year be. 41

ttentlon "The drive Into Russia"hurt !In a solemn look and his birthday ''with new ILnrteum. He will al o man. Lawtey, August 22, girl. i ginning October 1. 19.11 and ending September 30, 1942.
Slacerely. Germany in South America, Mr. suit. Thanks for the tip. Archie! have all furniture repainted and l Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green, [I There being no further business the Board adjourned.

Bernarr. Macfadden. Green said. We'll have to try It sometime. i 1 reflnfehed. Lawtey, August 27, boy. 1 I A., J. Tho a8, Clerk W M. Edwards Chairman.


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complaint filed against you In the above entitled
UULJ\J\: INDEX. CAllUsi -SxSs above entitled came; and "The Bradford: IU.t
to ours, polite threats of trade penalties and Letter Box 11 per M_BItADFOKD COUNTY Bradford County T.lecr.pb" la. hereby designated CnUnl' Telatt( I,
The I hereby designated a* the newspaper paper In which ao tb
Bradfordjountyjelegraph even military pressure may be used. This rELEOR. PII. In which this order shall be i ipuullxhed aomSe thlt "do, '
once a week for four utive'iVA.k ""'"'k'r".
government is dead certain that South Starke Fla.. August 25: 19U .-..>.nevutive> weeks. j WITNESS III S 'tanc

'' Published Weekly on- Fridays and Entered wile C. America must be saved for the democraticcause Ctlitor; Bradford county Tale- FOIL 11TV cot: ("IL ,f WITNESS this court my at hand Ktark and the F10rl seal<1a'l!( of this till.81st.. c, out day Jf a, j luiykr' end ,,'
if the is to be and it will graph Having lived In Starke tor the tblN stet dav nf Julv. A. n t<> I (OFF1<"J"I. I'EAt:: A t'
at the Post Office FU. war
5 and Class Matter at Hturka. won :.III.r. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ("I..rk of the ('IT| "J T,
.- not hesitate to do anything possible to keep ,3tarke, Florida- net >tlc, pu bllctsplrltedncltlsennln''reele'd Clerk of the Circuit Court. "' .Ybrlght A tYl,'II IrlRhtsrr, '"
My Dear Sir: in th. welfare of the com- Waybrl/rht/ &: WaybrlghtJnifcKonvllle Jacksonvi 11.., Fu(
AAEMBBR.FLQRIIH been urged by Fla. Plaintiff At torney. lllinttrr,
South America in line. uunity; and having !
'" I want to compliment you t number of Crl.nd. to run for the torney. 8-1 St 8-H ell
PRESS ASSOCIATIO the excellent paper you are putting rminll.: I hereby announcemyJ -
Vichy's complete sell-out to Hitler will .1 OTI('.
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'I' N(aa', NATIoNAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION( also form the basis for U., S. action. Few I I out. In my opinion It la one and"If lf electe In the Septemberc9lectlun Is'ruB' CIHCIIT COI'HT. KUIHTHJIIHCIAI. ofINtirke'FlorllarL.': .:,("'JrAuthority \
best weeklies I have town and CIHCI'IT OF KI.OIl-
1941 of the very :: will .serve my .;
r E. l. Matrtiews. ._-_...._ -. Editor and () ....'r will be surprised if American marines even. ever come across In a town the ii.mmunlty Your to the Iatrona.and best of my t&- U.J., I.. AND FUR. BltAUFUItU hereby .,.II.n vested etevtl III ,s &
I iblllty. tovt.rv.IN at
tually take over Martinique and other II size of Starke. Your editorialsare -lueno. wilt be *"",'IV app''' I'.I. CIIANCEHV town the City 0"l l
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. <- -- Orin A. WIClJln. Marlon P.chal'd..111>>11I..., the ',
+ SUBSCRIPTION KATE well selected and your advertisement Tuesday S"IItt-nlb.r von
French Islands in this hemisphere. And if Complainantv 81h.
Veiarlv. $1.75 Six Month. .1BIBLR O0.ct are. well and attractively No. tUG for the purpoH, of A. b
a Vichy goes ahead with her plans for a joint I displayed The Telegraph is a I William Defendant Carlton Thomas, lowing One; officer Mayor,, 'l'cUo'IL

''VEK8K French German "defense" of strategic 'credit to the, town and aa the FOR 'a CITY. many COVXCILInasmuch of my friends, ORDER OF TOAPPEAU SERVICE I I One Two Clerk Aldermen
"y, "Recompense' to no man evil for evil. Provide Dakar, many expect that we will have to HUh city grown your paper will have requested that I offer my THE STATE: OF :FLORIDA: e..or and Tax Trraur Coll'Inapectore .T...
Ie things honest In the 'sight of all men. If It bpos. undoubtedly keep In step. services ae one of the new Council- To William Carlton Thomas asaid
send our Navy in to do the talking for us. In civic whose Address is Clinton. New ,
jtnrIM sible, as much as lleth In 'you. live peaceably with, I believe we are going to haveto men. and being announce my ..nre..fn York New.ome. J. L. P.*Ka II.cllol'
Control of Dakar means control over trade to keep affair I hereby It Is hereby ordered that you are T. 8. William., w, Ii.
all men. Dearly beloved avenge not yourself, but quicken our step up "' the office I subject to In testimony Ura"",
{ : Tour required to appear on the 1st day \\here.f.
routes and military positions which are with the procession as the building the of September 9th. 1941 before the subscribe my nani. M,
I ii.nlF rather give place unto, wrath; for It la written vote and support. will. be IIreatlyappreciated. September A. seal of and ah
la going at above entitled court to the bill of said I town
"lilt Vengeance la noire i I 'will repay., salth the Lord. vital to this hemisphere. From a naval pointof the and remodeling tlmo. For Instance. Alvin. Everett IIIC't..lnn.y. complaint filed ,against you In the August unto atflxed. thin the t.hp,d
present A.D.
Therefore If thine enemy hunger feed him} if he view Dakar is above entitled cause and "The Attest 1941
a fairly tough nut to crack, the new development on East Call Bradford CountyTelegraph" I.I Is :
', iron. thirst give him drink; for In so doing thou .ehalt, l I hereby designated as the newspaper N. D. Waln"rlllhi J,.
i C but{ our admirals: think it could be done with I street (Blanding Center). Here In which this order shall be Carl Johns, City Clerk. ,.,
AI heap coals of fire on his head. Be not overcome :''dispatch. I IRussia's they are changing what has gen FOR CITY tOIL puMIh: once a week for four I _
Many of my friends have requested consecutive weeks. I)* 'OI'RT
with but overcome, evil with good. -Romans OF
m evil (01
erally been considered a swampland : that I offer my servicesus WITNESS my hand and the seat RR"U"'OItU 'Tr II
a- 12:17-21.: entry into the European war, Into a high-class development ,' one nt he new Councilmen to fit thin court at Htarke. Florida, ...Ollln..'. Col\TIeyA
the 'be elected on September' 9th and this 3lHt, day of .July, AD, 1941. In re Estate of
in the opinion of most, has made our early handsome building parkways feeling. that I may be -of Borne service (OFFICIAL SEAL;! ) ,A. J. Thomas, R. C. Helbergrr, T)<
and landscaping which In i to my native City, I take Clerk of the Circuit Court '" Notice i rnHt
general "
Pollution Of Kingsley Lake participation unlikely. For the time beingat thin means of announcing that I Wey bright & Wayhrlght whom It hcr-hy, gbr4"
whenIt may con-
I rn
It will be beauty-spot Councilman
IffI' The Bud least there is for to do but reality a will enter the race for Jacksonville/ Fla 8-1 Et 8.29IM 10th day of September: | ,| that
Must Be Nipped In nothing us Is finished. As eve rybody subject to the will of the voters r' ahall apply .A.1
on September 9th. Your vote and. ..... ..... .. 'II ? the H
Kmlibm* Announcement by State Board of send materials abroad. If the American knows, such Improvements enhance support la eminently. aollcltedCHA3. : 'e s.RRAU.,. as Judge Herrynmn.of Problt.J""If@ of...i1 iJI,
>Vio Health officials that the waters of Kings- flag does go into battle, it is much more property: values anywhere [ A. DARBY In The Matter it Leila Sapp Mundy discharge of' R. C. as Exwuto'r of i!?LI I

IIp& ley Lake show definite pollution along the likely to be in the Pacific or off Africa than In-the locality. along I l Trader Application, for License as Free that at the Helberger same" time dOl.I Til
bP Then the Improvements von M\ion \ DECREE" sent my final account liE J
J shores of the residential side came as a rude in Europe. Highway 13. The good buildings I am a candidate, for th". officeof This cause duly;; comlnir on for of "aid estate, and ask lor
Mayor of the City of Starke. final hearing upon the report of approv.1.
f shock to those of us who'have known, loved, that have been and are being I Florida. subject to the will of the the Special Mauler and upon hisfindings I Dated' August Slh A D. 1
nr built In place of the shacks-the voters In the City election to beheld that the prayer of pet-) Cordary B, H.lbor"
t r _and_ ,enloved this beautiful snot for many, The Churchill-Roosevelt "Points"Deserve Catholic Church and home September' IIh 1941. Through tinner should b" granted, upon 8-1 U 8-2: ?,..
(lot n new my experience with the City Government consideration It I I" Ordered, Ad- | -.
t Ml many years. Careful Study the fine building being put up by 1 am familiar with the Judged and Decreed by the Court In Circuit Court, Bradford

t;1 "While the amount of pollution, at The joint declaration of policy issued by the Standard Oil Company-all duties of qualified the office to and perform am thoroughly the that finding Bald Special he and Master's are hereby rep..rtand sup Florida Van-In Bensrhoten Chancery.Plain'I ira',
this has a bearing on'the' gen- duties of the office. iRexpectfully confirmed, and that Leila Sapp Ralph Rob..rt'an
is not quite enough to close the lake Prime Minister Churchill and President submitted Mundv la authorized to take chargeof tendant. '' : '
present eral outlook of any town. Some- :M'" "' )'. 0.0'' '",,
C. A. Futch. and manage"" her_own estate and 1M1. the defendant,
Roosevelt Ralph
to swimming, it might become so at any following their dramatic meetingat times big capital makes mistakes) t property and to become a free Van Bensrhoten. in requlr,4, i

"' time," was the warning statement made by sea seems to have as its principal objec- but they are not doing It regularly In Circuit Court, Bradford and he contracted every 'reap-rt' with, to to.contracti sue and I pear herein.to This the .bill Order filed to alit bo
tive the to all nations and as a rule they In- Count), Florida-In Chancery, War- b. siiwil. and to bind herself In' all'rennect once a week fur four con pub
B. R. Boone director of the Bradford- including ; i ..
Dr. thoroughly before kerman Block plaintiff va. ,ell fully as If unmarried! weeks In Bradford County
vestigate .
Germany, that the Allies do not seek to pretty Ruth Adel Block defendant. On aft- nuMlrhtna: a copy' of this deer graph a nevtppuper publlh
'' Clay Health Unit. putting out. Monday the 8th day of October, ..i. once each' week far four eoniutlv said Bradford ('"unl)'.
conquer or dismember any power. They So It seems to me that StarkeIs liHl, the defendant. Ruth Adel ".. < weeks In Bradford County!j (OFFICIAL SEAL A, J. T
r, The sources of pollution, ali listed by Block whose residence la unknown lowroph. "", a duly qualified n..w"- Clerk Circuit Court
seek only to establish a world order which safe, and a good place for an IN required to appear to the hill{ naner h1tHhed In the County of':tSlk.J J'I.'irlla' August, 21,1
"' health officials, are' primarily due to unsanitary look carefully before filed analnxt her herein.vThl.. order her renldnre. I' 8-22 4t 9-12
to over
will permit all nations to live in peace.A investor t'> be publlKhed. once a week for i D"n end Ordered In Chambers I!I -
conditions on civilian premises : he Invests anywhere else. four confl-cutlve weeks In Bradford at O"ln."III. Florida, th" 7th day '
number of the points laid down in County T..l<"nranh. a newnpapernuhllHhed ot August 1941t4. I v THE COI'7'Jl D.II I
to have thousands .
classi Now we are going IN A \n fOH
around the lake, and fall into three In said Bradford County. i itark r. "' ."rl"* Clroult Jua"A. alt;)
the declaration are of extraordinary interest. of tourists pass through ... Flnrldi. AuffUHt A 'TI'tT'' '!: -'ory: COf'NTV. F'hOlttl)1.
Thomas IN
:' fications: here this winter, and many of 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A..Y. J. Thomas.rlefc HE: .ESTATE OF ACC1MATZAT !:
Point number four, for instance guaran Clerk of Circuit (Court 8-23 4t 9-12 firnvfrourt' Bradford ,
1. Sink drains'' emptying directly .into them are going to want to stay r'nnty. Florida DerenarANOTICE
tees that all states,. "great and small, victor here a few days to look us over. OFFICIAL SEAL) *-lS 5t 9-13 Von TK>M.
the lake. I
and vanquished will be I that should be I I CHARliE
given access on It seems to me we "
lH! TIIH CIHCIIT f l HT. KIKIITII i i* nipi. C-IRCVIT, rornr,'EiniiTiijruiAitl TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COM'
2. Defective septic. tanks. with drainage equal terms to the trade and raw materialsof jetting ready In some way to take J(1IKIAL. ('IH(.I'IT OF KbOlt- I { IUCI'I'" OF FLORIn Notice Is. hereby given| 1
of them aa our hotels are IIIA. I% ANU FOIL MHAUPUHU \. IV AWn FOR BHAUFOHD have. filed mv final I report
e61 into the lake. the world. That amounts to a reversal of .are tOtNTV.IV tOl'NTY.IV' mlnli.trator of the E.'a'tOr' \
taxed almost to their capacityeven CHANCERY CHANCERY F. Matxat neeenwd.. ; thit 1
3. Family washings being done in the policy for England, which I has usually at this time. I would suggest Gladys F>, Duliin Porothjr( Mllar filed my Petition for (Ifl
( t Complainant Complainant. charge. and that 1 will up
lake. guarded her resources jealously ,and has that people who have rooms -VII- No. 1364 -vs- No. 136)Oene the Honorable E K Pw
Lowell R. Culon. Mllar ("Count Judge of B..adf,1i C
a'''. We are indebted to the State Board of often used high tariffs to give Empire states co rent get them fixed up painted Defendant.ORDER Defendant Florida, on the 27th day ot
papered and get new rugs on the OF SERVICE ORDER OF SERVICE tember. A, D., 1941.< for IP
Health officials for warning us of the preferential treatment in English-dominated floor and the plumbing put In NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR of the same and for (flni'
Y THE STATE' OF FLORIDA: THE STATE OF FLORIDA: charge a> Administrator ol
1,4, danger while there is still time to take steps markets. This country has at times done good shape. I believe by getting To Lowell R. Dulon, whose address To lane Mllar whose residence Estate of August F. Main(

to prevent a more serious menace. We believe the same thing. ready that everyone In proper N. T. U 165 Broadway New York. I.It"Unknown.Is hereby ordered- that you are ceased.This Hth day of Augua
m shape can reap a harvest. It is hereby ordered that you are required. to appear on the let day U4l.I .
the health officials will find Kingsley Point number eight has iron in it. It My home' has been in Gainesville required to appear on the let day of September A. t>. 19U before the Harry E. Mat."' Admlnlrtri
of September; A. D. 1941 before the above entitled court. to the bill of I the Estate of August V
residents willing to cooperate in order' to says, in effect, that until ,a wider and more for. many' years, and I have above entitled court to the bill of ....rnnl tnt filed ao-alnst. you In the. Deceased.. ''"

', prevent legal, procedures. and eventual closing general system of world security i attained, seen Gainesville grow from a
J al to''a little
'r of the lake to swimming. 'it' will be necessary to disarm and keep disarmed small city; and place Starke can thriving do the same .

?; Kingsley .Lake is too great a blessing the aggressor nations. This means, thing! If everyone interested will

,Q, and too big an asset to Starke and Camp apparently, that the Allies will, in the eventof get behind and lend a hand to

:r 0,; Blanding to' allow its usefulness to be mar- victory, act as the world's policeman, car- seems every good.new Let's development not leave that It all\

red in any way.Carelessness. rying a big'stick with which to at once'sub. to the City Dads and then com-

must be curbed. due any embryo conqueror when he lifts' his plain at what they did or did not

f( head_ do. But get behind them and help

j amfcch eight by encouraging everything alonga
Some have the
The United States Is Preparing' compared pointsof plan that will make Starke a

"h For Economic War On A Big Scale this declaration with President Wilson's bigger and better place In which I

famous and ill-fated 14 points. There i is: to live.
;; President Roosevelt's recent appoint- Yours truly, A
one extremely important differ-
Defense Board is S. O. Weaver
ment of an Economic gen
ence. Mr. ,WilsOJfs} program was purely his:

erally regarded as proof of the AdmInistra- own. and he was not able to persuade the Tip Top RobbedThe

Sam-, tion's intention to wage economic war heads of the other allied nations to adopt it.
"Tip Top Grocery may be
against the Axis on a big scale., The Board The new declaration has been officially added to the list of recent robbery

tjl is headed by Vice-President Wallace, and signed by Mr. Churchill as well as Mr. victims. Last Friday night,

its other members are the Secretaries of Roosevelt, and so amounts to the official according to C.' H. Nasworthy a
his cash was c.'t}
Commerce and policy of both England and the U nit i d proprietor
he State, War, Navy,' Treasury, e robbed of $40 In silver Nothingelse

1;; Agriculture, and the Attorney General. Thee States. As such, it must be considerec seemed to have been touched.

important position of executive secretary doubly powerful. Ben Holtzehdorf. night police

741 has been given to W. W Riefler, a professor stated that he passed along the at 1 mot, : ; *
10:30: P. M. checking up on ....
of economics at Princeton, and a former It's A Real Puzzler- business houses to see If their
} tY yAh
economist for the Federal Reserve Board. This Problem Of Price Control doors were securely locked a
routine that he through with
f Economic warfare will mean the use of "President Roosevelt wrote. a splendidly every night. When goes he reachedthe

all this country's vast resources to advance balanced and objective message to Congress Tip Top he found that not 'sKdZyj

l the cause of the democracies, and to oppose requesting legislation to control 1 prices," only was the door open, but the

;,, the purpose of the dictatorships. A start writes David Lawrence. "It really confrontsthe store large and neon two sign large in front lights of Inside the

has been made in .the case of Japan. The nation with Hobson'a choice. Either were burning. It was a type lock

Administration is obviously prepared t oa' prices must be controlled or the country wilt that had to be locked with a key.

squeeze the little island empire to the limit. experience runaway inflation." so Mr. Holtzendorf could not Just
slam It and lock It aa U It werea
k Our present: Far Eastern policy says, in effect The fact that the price problem hasso Yale lock. He and Jim Sllcox : e .aF" : t 44 FIn

that if Japan will call off her current far not reached grave dimensions, is to extra police: took turns watching

program of conquest, we will continue to the credit of American industry. Our principal the place until' about midnight'

buy her silk and sell her the raw materials'she businesses in a I 11' lines have demon- when they would felt be sure at home.'Mr. Nasworthy But

tH, so sorely needs-while if Japan insists strated a praisworthy opposition to profit- he had spent the night at Kings-

t, on going ahead in the East, she need expect eering. In the face of rising difficulties, ley Lake' so when they found him

HP nothing else: from us than ruthless economics they have generally held prices to the low not at home they watched the
place the rest of the night.
sanctions and possibly a naval war. est possible level. Mr.. Nasworthy la not sure

When it comes: to' Germany, our tech- That is specially t-r u e of the retail whether "he locked the store or ,

;? nique must of course be different. We have trades. A definite anti-inflation merchan- not; but he Is sure that he lost
140-and it must have been taken .
nr had almost no trade with the Reich since dising policy has been established by American before 10:30: o'clock.

e e the war began. Battleground of the trade merchants. "Scare advertising" has been

st warfare in this case
Despite all our past efforts, Germany Is still almost speculation in commodities at the The W. P. A. Nursery School offices everywhere people j r /

a big factor in many countries south of the consumer's: expense. Notable progress has under the supenrfoorshlp of Mra.

Rio Grande. Job ahead is to Destroy Ger been made in the direction of greater, operating Fannie Jones moved this week turn to refreshment right out of
from its in the High
tIr many's Latin American influence, and disrupt income. In many cases merchants School quarters the
building Just across
;:' her plans for bartering her manufactured have voluntarily accepted lower profits, and street Into the Armory. School the bottle without turning from "

';"I goods for. South America's raw absorbed wholesale price increases them. opening next Monday made the

tt materials. move necessary. Through: the work. It takes but a little min.
selves.It courtesy of W. M. Edwards, cus-
ru At the moment, it looks as if most of is obvious, however, that industry todian of the Armory the school

:l> South America is ready to play along with cannot do the impossible. That is why some was given, the adjoining four ute to enjoy fee-cold: Coca-Cola

loved form of control inevitable. Congress rooms beginning the northwest
18n, this government. Uncle Sam isn't price seems
corner of the building. Nursery minute
thinking has a real job ahead in framing lawsto school wilt open there Tuesday -a busy people welcome.

South Americans regard him as a far solve what David Lawrence terms, "The morning You trust its quality

( better friend than Herr Hitler. In the case most difficult problem of economic regula- The Bradford County Defense

Strt of South American countries which hesitate tion the Federal government has ever Council was given the room Just $011/90 UNDI9 l liJO'lTT Of THI COCA-C01A COMPANY
[' i across the hall on the southwest STARKE :
l ttf to adapt their economic and military policies faced." I corner. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.


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r. 'crST29.IMl__________________________ BRAnFOsD COVNTV TKIJBGKArn. STARKE.FIXHIIDA PAGE THRKB ..

o1v :J ke, J. CIfljfljflC S ide i i I Col Mayo.son's of Kelly Cleveland sister< and Mrs., Ohio Hattie children and Mt's.Thelma Williams of. :lire Camera Corlier I

Miss Rachel Clifton of Jasperwas

visiting the Hlntona last
Conducted Dy Ruby :Moore week. \

Miss Lucile Hinton i Is visitingfriends

NOSE> AND"POETRY 20 Years Ago and relatives in Jasper

I" I Cakes to Catch Compliments J Jr THIS WEEK this 'wt'ek.Mr. I,
and Mra. L. W. Sowell of I

Mlcanopy were calling on friends

and poetry column -- Mrs. D. E. Knight entertainedat and relatives here Friday and

j'oe be running mostly to iiii a miscellaneous shower honoring Saturday.

to contrlBufwho Miss Ina Alderman whose
will be an event of September 6.
? hlh caUbr By Miss Beth \\kraberly
the _
of .. .11
I'o compositions Capt. S. A. Bryan brought In .
beautiful week. some pumpkins big enough, If Miss Janie Marr of Jacksonville q

Here. this hollowed out to hold small pigs. spent Monday here with her !
Is by'ienwife
first .Dream River The 1921-22: term of B. H. S. mother, Mrs. Ruth Mair. I( '

of Ira the Allen.echanic dis.a -. 4- will open Monday with public- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lee returned :', '.1 I I11

who bad the first spirited citizens contributing $2- to their home In Jacksonville I7Tcrrjti: L', .4 i'

of holding 000 In order that the full 8-month Monday after a visit with <,., '

r drawn ,In the national term might be possible. Capt. Joe Marr and family. 'it' .. .
lottery, last fallHe however.' ., L_ DeWItt C. Jones Is heading the Mrs. S. C. Harley was a visitor t"I

adefeiment drive for funds. to Starke Thursday.

.,ond poem of the week ,, Co. O has returned after a two Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley had r J
written by ,
u\bland.\ was : week's encampment during extremely as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs

Hazen. clerk In the office p i- -rh. hot and dry weather. 1st A. H. Harley, Miss Clara Mae

,,tY Judge E. K. Perryman. 3M i.--- Lt. J. L. Peek is on duty again Harley and Dan Harley of Laws t
J, have a good after having an attack of chills Icy Repetition of .strong. vertical lines adds Interest to this con :'
I would like to see pub-, 'f and' fever. Mlas\ Abbie Harley and Mr. Den- trusty shot with which George Manaixa rings the Camera, Corner J

Id It to the Telegraph it not The September election ballot ham of Staike visited relative bell. Nccdlewa. to say the Imposing utmctiire forming the center '
.7 request Is will have the following line-up: and friends here Sunday. of interest is the new ManuMNa.own..d .'l ""lo.Il\ Theatre now near- 1,

'lengthy. -'- councilman S. A. Bryant O. J. Mrn. H. C. Wlmberly and C. M Ing completion at the corner of Call and Walnut Streets' Over.

DHE\M: RIVER _,,_ L -' ph.,.,k..4 p.* .. Griffin; For City clerk. C. A. Grlffls were !n Raiford Sunday.W. shadowedfiguratively iu>d IItel'ally-.I. the Florida's older sister.

I Futch; for tax assessor, C A, M. Reid and C. C. Cannorof theatre, The Rita, at left Let the Telegraph nee your best

By Kay Allen on better, batter for your 8. Add dry Ingredients alternately Knight; for marshal. Silas Kite. Jacksonville were visitors hert '
BENT snapshots so that others might enjoy them through the Camera
describe ? Would you like to equal with the liquid beginning "'. A. Scott has set a good ctvlo Monday. ,
find the words to in the Illustration and ending with the flour and heat Corner.
t the tempting example by having the weeds cut Mm. C. H. Ray of Lnwtey wara
addition --
t Then follow the rules that ing after each Just enoughto
lot next to the drug
his vacant here
on Tuesday.
hard. as I might follow for there's no trick to It. mix. fhl" nr<.lr to .... puMlnhril. onre a I ford County Teleitraph" la herebyteelKnated
1U the beautiful river, Here are the rules direct from the 9. Use pan of required site. store.Mr. Miss Ethel Ricks and Miss Beth Week for four conMaciitlva wk In ( a* .t.t"I'I'* In
dream one night. famous Rumford kitchens. 10. Bake at specified tempera. and Mrs. O L. Iteasley Wimberly spent, Sunday with Mrs. th* Hiiiitfonl founty Trlt-wi'aph, aMiWMiiMpcr whl> h this outer b* Published.
|In my imhlUhnl In nal, l ltrwiiford once a. week for four cIn'sevutlye'rekiL
ture. <
Successful and .
for Green at
Rumford Rules have moved here from Tampa N. T. Lawtey. luuiity, .. '

td It wasn't water I ': Cake Baslo Cake Recipe are occupying the house recentlyvacated rnvtru-141.. HTM.) A. I, Thomas WITNICHS my hand and the. seal i.1
lazily I. Use standard measuring % cup shortening U ta..poon all N. Sternbeig on : SUNNY BROOK FARA.lly Nrrk, Circuit t'ourt.' nf thin court at titark }Klorliln' 1
owed BO olnt-' equipment and level measure I cup sugar/ I cup milk by 'Stark, Irlol'ld."a".t' 5", IA4I\ tile Slut, day. of AtiKuet, A'-h, 141.
I1 touch was healing: 1 egg 1 teaepoon fta YOI'. Eighth St. Arsul 1.20 4t 0-10 (OKK-K'IAI." MKAt.) A. J. Thomas
ments. Miss Crosby
2 cupii sifted flour Ins Clerk of. the circuit' Court
nt, 2. Ingredients such as eggs I tevnpoonn, Rum- J. J. Truby has grown some pop tin III ,II. WIlHun
II waves closed over me. milk butter or shortening, 'should ford BakIng corn thin season, and It turned,' out Mr. and Mr,, W. R. Halslop tTIIM fini ir vest. >.. lIlu'ru: P"oilltlll'ltnr..v 1-21 4t 1-11
Powder" .11 !.It I'I. 1111(1 I l Oh1 P1.1 ll1111.
be at room temperature. and Fred, and Mr. and Mrs -
well. '"n. lM KOII lIlt 'Ufo'IIIH' .
11 the other 1. Cream shortening, add sugar
I had reached 3. Read recipe carefully and
    Romun Alvarez were visiting the TY.IV IM Till'< I MIC I IV ( Ol HT. KI41II1IIJl
    fully understand method of proce gradually, creaming until light and I IIN('KM VMary lilt I \I. f.'tll'l'l'I' 1'''' Kl,OHIO I IoU
    e washed so dure. fluffy. GUM BRANCH bedside, of Woodrow Alvarez Ir I'..',)', *. IM .'!\ i'..ii HltADPOIIUtOl
    |clothes were Cream butter or shortening 2. Add eggbeating thoroughly. Gainesville Friday. I riitintirr.I I M fV.. t t'I
    4. By Airs. pdd Fan-Mi VK- No. 1401Tfitin : lv ('ul4'IR' Y
    teed 3. Sift flour, Rumford Baking !I and MI'8.- Julian Peek o.' I
    'destlna11 thoroughly; add sugar gradually Mr. .. -.1. fMrrv. Mary Kllen Flveaeh' "' ,
    I my face to my Mid cream until light'' and fluffy Powder and salt together and add Mr.. and Mrs. J, S. Supp andchildren Pensacola were visiting Mr. anc: Drfomiant.Oltnint\ I'I Plaintiff,

    thus Insuring nn* texture and to creamed the milk mixture add flavoring alternatelywith stirring spent the week-end In MI'.. ..J. R. Kelly Sunday. N'OTK'H OH1 Tn' HKItVICM AI-l-KAIl: .v 1*>.. ....I".h.I'or""d. .No. 1314Troy t

    world of light. \greater volume. ; Wlldwood with relative Mr. and Mrs Jack Ward and TJII1 HTATR OK KU>ltlt>A< l .nt.
    5. Add eggs as directed In only until smooth. To John J. ivrry' whose Hildremi' OIIOKII Of NKHICMMO : t
    11 I had come to the end ofit recipe. 4. Pour Into greased loaf pan Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby of family and W. K. Ward ant 'nd or' reside. ,>... In 17 "HaybrokPlitcw 'fit'M TO "".'1'1"" I .r ..3

    road 6. All flour must be sifted once ((8" It 8"z 2"). (or two 8-Inch layers) Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. daughter, Joyce were week-end ,. Nwnrk, N. J. THW HTATM OF "FI.OIUDA .
    It i hereby ordr that Tit Troy I'. Flveenh who" reeldene -
    lit are
    darkness or measuring: measure and and bake In moderate oven (S50. F.) T. N. Norman Sunday afternoon.Mr. guests of relatives In CrescentGa. pin vv. ( w. lloepttal Han .
    1 there was no before rviiulrvd, la "|i|11."r nn the flth ilnyif I:I. I. 4
    Irifelihen silt dry Ingredients together. 46-50 mutates.B. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp and Orohr! A. I'l 141 h.h.,* the Antonio I Teiait.;
    with favortu ... It I I" hereby. ordered that you "are'
    Powder Cover your .h.l entitled court to tit* Mil of
    I knew I'd Just passed ; 7. Use> Rumford Baking frosting. Miss Kin Conner of this section A large crowd from this section '......p'.lnt' filed aralnut. you In the I required to appear on Ih. sth dayof
    In amount specified In ANY recipe. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and children attended the birthday part "iliove entitled ..a"..., anit 'Mrad' October A. I.>. ID*I before the '
    ru. above entitled court to the bill of I
    [beautiful river of Life.. of the State Farm returnedto given In honor of Beverly Jc ord" County' an Telearraph"the newspaper In ,herebyewlanated hIVhl..h ) complaint filed aa aln..t you In the '

    Charm FAV 0 RITERECIPES 1 their home last week after a Crosby of New River Friday afternoon. \ thin order shall b* publUhedone above entitled' rauen) and "Brad I
    a week" for 4 consecutiveweeks. ford County Telegraph" I. hereby J,
    [ THE SOUTHLAND visit In Tennessee. denlanated. ; a. the newspaper In \

    Through Clothes 1 Mra. S. L. Towery. and dauRb Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Owens an<* W1TNKHH mv hand, and the seal) (which, this week' order for shill four b*ooneeoutlv piiDlleheitnc ) ''I
    Caudle Hazen I of thin court at Florida' thin a ,
    By ter, Mary Fae, have returned to children were visiting friends Ir I'II.rkcol weeks "
    I Ulh day ot August, A, I n. 1041.OFPICIAI WITNKHH. hand and the seal
    |are flying South down therethe Domes to you through the courtesy !Mrs. C. L. Moltt'n Stamlanl Recipe their home at Port St. Joe aftera Starke Sunday afternoon 141<:,0\1.) A..I. Thomas, of this court my at Wtarke' flortda, .
    for "Plain Cake" few weeks visit here with her N. and Clerk of the Circuit Court thin 2letday. <>( AUaruet, A,. ". 141. \ 5
    J. Kelly
    cool breezes Mr. and Mis.
    calm 279S: I
    inc. Carlton C. '
    of Mai'Ian Hamann, Arnow (r>FFICIAI.\ liMA A. J.' Thomas t
    I and 1 cup butter mother, Mrs. H. M. Keene. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,Smith an Plain' )If fa Attorney. .'-U 4t ..lfl Clerk nf the circuit Court: ',
    clouds floating by: 1 la air I Vernon Terrace, Jacksonville, 2 cups sugar, Those attending the birthday daughter have moved to this sac I Frank T. snnonVI5init4orS.y ,, .II..lI t .J "11:
    I.U l. 4
    i Southland seem' .to. go.. will be a regular feature of our 3 cups flour party of Mr,. Ellen! Johnnnn .at tlon. They< have ,b_ In' Raiford In.Cd'pnlt CVnurt. HraUfowl ('ourte. t / _, .i!. is!
    \Kl'irljiv-' 1'hnnrery, VI vI"" 1'. rr- i'
    woman's page. 3 teaspoons baking powder, Jacksonville were her daughter. where they-,were employed. \\"l1lr'lo'h' l'u) mt 1ff, va J. .5. falrlolh Circuit' Cntirt Itrailford Cmmty, ;W, 1J1tt,I,{
    I would like to run and be Would hang the winter 4 eggs, in-law, Mra H. H.. Keene and Miss Nona Brown was in Lake' ,' Hefemlunt. On Monday, the Piurltm.-ln In' Chancery May. Hchnel* 'lr'"' I

    I beside the dark blue sea ,curtains you the heavy drapes 1 cup sweet milk (or water) family, Mr. and Mrs. Van 1 Ice City Thursday afternoon of last "'h.1111Y,r.tit.'. (Knlri'lnlh>, ,I.her. ', tell, whoee, th.reel.'Jane. defendant ,.. tier vii, Fredvrlck mh day Mi'hneliler.of. October OnMonday '1I ,
    put up the
    t waves ripple low and high 1... teaspoon salt, Keene and son, Vanlcfl Jr. of week with friends and relatives, | I(* Unknown III t reiiulreit. tnippnar I IH4I th defendant "' r.derli'ki4ehnsiier. ,

    eon! to meet the rim of sky. :ring out the velvet tapestry and 1 teaspoon vanilla, Woodlawn and R. C. Keene of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kirby and tn hint the herein.hill for This rlv.rre firder' filediulnt ,to whopS. reldenc.' Long I I. IV I"jIHII" tI.

    shells buried ilx your .house up! with the lovely Cream butter and flU gar, add Jacksonville.' It was Mrs John. Miss Doris Dynl were guests ot ,lie. published our a week for four land,"New Avenu York M.r\I \1''''' to appear

    i t beautiful sea new things for winter, without unbeaten eggs separately. Beat eon', 80th blithday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. O* 1'':. Crosby Friday County.onneriitlve'Telegraph week, In a the newepapernnhllehed lirsd ford' to. Thin Hi"* bill order thou tu h against* published him I jherein.

    lrst giving It a general clean well. Sift flour, baking powder She has been In very poor health night at New River. In unlit llrailfoul ''ountyHKfiMAI ..nee a week for four tioneecutlv/
    to unfold! to
    I meg ( | HHAI,) A. J, Thnrnanlerk .
    and salt. Add sifted flour and but Is now recovering.Mr. Mrs.. Arthur Brown and daughter < week In Itradford, County Tel .
    | of Bailors seahorses, met ? Of coursenotYet t'ln-iilt f'ourt.Htatke putillHhed. In
    ing McRae and newepaper
    Fall milk alternately. Add vanilla. and Mrs. B. M. were guests of her sister-in- Florida, August SH. 154' i. said Kiaph Itrudforit ('"unt,.. Htark, Florid .,
    many women rush In to buy Bake In loaf pan or In three flinch children, Mr anti Mm. Arthur Mc law. M..... Arle Brown Thursdayof 1.2V 4t 9.5. *. August tlnd, IV4I.OFFK'IAI. ''t
    n the mystery of the sea most important of J. W. Buddington of ( HKAI.) A. J. Thomas ,
    the Rae and
    week. J
    clothes, ,( layer cake tins. (This recipe last Court tlrsdfor4' 'I\
    In circuit Court, tired turd County,
    I Iin the collness of the wav.r all) without one thought as to makes delicious cup cakes.) fine Level were visiting relatives We are sorry to report the illness Floi..Ida. -In. Chancery' Jewel l'i>". ( County Florida. I.J! 4t. .1. '

    It pine will look, with sun Use any desired Icing or filling. here Sunday afternoon. of little EloIse Dobbs. Her cock. Plaintiff, Vlt. II. M pvacm. ..eddrenna' V t' ,t 11
    how they Defendant. On Monday( the flth -
    little animals scamper hair freckled arms, and many friend. wish her a speedy day of October, 1V4I, the defendant I E- :
    Ieached ,
    ound : II. M Peacnck. In required. to ,
    garments that they recovery.Mr. ,pear to the hill I filed a.ulnl
    woodland flowers of manw.bomn foundation Brooker Brevities and MI'.. David Kelly of herein. Thin order Io h. ",,"...P'I.
    pal have been wearing for comfort? Pine Level were visiting Mrs one. a week for four '""",," Boating
    week In Hradford' County Tele. I;
    / beads up from the This season more than ever you Arie Brown and Mfits Nona Brown rsph a newepaper puhllnhed In. ,.

    undo will be called upon to look your By Mrs. L. I* rarker CAT AND CII1CKKNS: Wednesday ",Kid Hradford County. '
    OKKiriAI.. HKAI.) A, J. Trtomaa
    best in face form and figure. The Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Crosby and son Clerk Circuit (.....rt. | Bathing .t" S

    where the crystal running new fall clothes are lovely but IbM: ON LEAVE Bert Stokes were, aroused from William were visiting the bedside $' Hlark. Florida. August 11110., 1041.

    ook plain and simple In their Forest J. Crosby arrived home sleep by their chickensmakinI' In Gainesville ,.30 /t D.|' Austin a
    very a deep of Iris I
    quickly over rock'and root design York City Sunday .
    ill Us silhouette Our American from New I a terrible noise. Mr. Hospital recently. IV TIIM ( IHCI.IT rOTNT. Kir'MTII: Bowling I
    sorrows and Joys to forth every effort to morning. He Is on a 19-day: leave and .I, DIII C I. ( IMfllT OK KI.OHll \ !
    have put bill flash light .
    ers this I Stokes got ,. IM A Mil KOH HII/illfOHII/
    and will spend 'IH'IT ('o..tT. KK.IITHJIIMfltl. :
    clothes TIIH (
    the Navy nr
    ut create becoming graceful from went outside just In time to seea C IH 'llr OK PI.IIHIU 4'01:*TV.II.
    quietly and peacefully. and relatives t
    with friends ( H4'4'Rfl5I.ula
    for our women. time big wild cat jump the fence ', IN AM> Volt HHAItKOHIIi Curwlle: Billiards
    and at Starke. Forest says C '> :
    and his mouth. I'rl'1. Plaintiff.
    peplumsof In
    There are tunics of with a grown hen ('.:"Y t.Jo.'
    for a period 13SS
    every length. Study your particular after being away months that Friday he got some shells and put Kvrett H. I.Iridsi'y Z. T-v.-Crwil., I

    WTO PARTS style and type before buy- two years and eight his flashlight handy BOI\ the cat Plaintiff NO. un IMfendant.OIIIIKK .
    to be back -Cs- 55'la1l5o'rit'pc Bar-B-Q 'I
    Ing. Mrs. ..Jonesla tall I. Mrs. It Is more than a thrill and came back he would be prepared. Kr.ncl. 'I.lnr1.y, : OK- '0 IPKAH
    D friends
    old rrv.n.nt.oH1bpIt
    TIRES REBUILT? should not home and meet late Friday night Tn!':: 8TATPS! (if 1.lPIt11'Ar\ .
    'WTORS: AUTO Brown Is 'short. They note the changes that have oc- Sure enough or' siiivit'pio'ru II'E:,., f. .. .f.. ... r.-..MHillA.. .._... M... .tlnmm...._ .VMMnc. _.n.. *
    length tunic. heard the chickensoorain 14 ItS 4 .
    Mrs. Stokes
    the same I I. Unknown.
    S 1 wear After15day KIXIItlllA! Chicken Dinners
    CASH FOR sleeve and I cured during his absence. husband TUB! HTATK OK It I Is hereby ordered that von' are '
    her .
    The very new dolham ...._ Kne called '1'0 Fr..n..11I (.!n.h..y wh. r .1.l
    return to ---- -
    will -D- the Sth dayof
    AND TRUCKS IN leave he required to appear on ,t
    shoulder have been greatly his He got his gun and light and ilenee In "Unknown. rktober l A. li. 141. liefor, th.
    drop sri
    In Idol
    CONDITION. York's second duty aboard ship. now In time to seethe It l I" hereby ordered you above entitled court to the bill ..1
    In New outside just iho SIb
    modified Is went *< ulrd to IIpp..a".n
    Forest r ] filed again In the
    {Yse4; Why Because you andI Brooklyn navy yard. big cat jump the fence with of October A. t>. 1841 hefor. the complaint iibov entitled oases: And you "Itra.l.t'rd Shrimp Dinners
    Autos $25 up showing. of the Rev. and Mrs. C. above .n'ltl..d court, to the bill of ,.
    and Fashionin the ron his mouth. This County TeleKraph" t* herebydeHlirnated
    cannot wear them, another big hen In complaint tiled. airalnMt you .In the In t
    ASKINSAUTO a true sense Is what Is most A. Crosby. time he did not get away. Mr. above entitled ....U..I! and III herebyd.sIKnsta.1 "Hr<|. which thin order an the shell. newspaper li.. published.

    becoming to the' individual. SEWING: CLUB: MEKTS Stokes killed the cat with the ford ('ounty an Tl'traph"the nwnpMt! Inwhleh one weksWITNPi4M. a week for four ( Cold Drinks

    PARTS back Its measured 4 feet this order shall b* puI.Iihr4once .
    Skirts: Optional fullness The Sewing Club held regular first shot. He conmtiutlv : my hand ".Dn..rUIIY"l
    IIftJa of Town on Road IS have straight meeting at the 2 inches from head to tail. Well. a week for of thin court" at ".'. "
    MUST semi-monthly w..k"
    or front but the seal! this tint.. day of AiiKii,
    sides. Lengths remain the same. home of Mrs. Florence Varnadoe you have heard about dog-eat-dog. WITNBHrt my hand* ",.rk.and. Klr.rUln. roFFKIAI> KKAI,) A, J. Thomas. Trailer Park
    court a ,
    of I hiii
    ,. I
    i (:
    th Circuit rue r
    cat cierk of *
    Mrs. Jones wears her skirt 17 Monday afternoon. but this is a case where the thin Hut., day of Au.unt, A.. l>. 1141. Sam It Wilson I

    I Inches while the most becoming After an hour spent In sewingthe ate the chickens then the chickens 'I..rk OKP-I'MAI nf the ARAL.Circuit fonrt.I A. J Thorna Plalntlffa' Attorney. 1-22 4t (-12II I

    for Mra. Brown Is 14. meeting adjourned to meet ate the cat. for Mr*. Stoke I, John H. fowl* Plaintiff Attorney, '
    I length of Mrs. can and cooked : 'MO Clark Rulldtna- Til' (Itlfl IT iou NT. V.1I1I'r.: I IJiiiKiti. CottagesGood ,;
    Study your own length problem next time at the home put him In a big Jack onvllU. Klorlila. 1-11 41 ..12 iiiiriir IK fio i.i, ,
    them all the same. Green.Refreshments. him for the rest of her flock. lips. IM AMU' ION lilt 41)rOItl)
    but wear
    .I .
    Necklines are varied some soft were served by Ivan Hazen of !Ioo'ru'l'' of "PP..U"TIO"I...:V.U 4OIMT1T.t.uther iv.cii 4t'EJ4l': Fishing 1\\
    .II The deepV Mrs. Varnadoe. Mr. and Mrs. FlOPS. 745 .. .1J3. ,. n ....'.10. I
    shown. 1
    I drapes are being the hostesses, Raiford were visiting )oIl'. Hazen'sparents ete HIM OIVFtf, Plaintiff
    the tailored and Miss Lube- NOTICK IM' IIRItKRY: ..
    but Brown No. 1377
    L. A. -v
    popular. Mrs. G. W. Te"ertlfl
    moat tiC
    Is Mr. and Mrs. That K C. l'rlet hoMer
    .1. I wool repeat the high neckline dla Plnholster. ( >fatS No. 14. Ixeued th* 2nd Mary Beer On
    Friday. Tap
    new Hazen. A. t> 1135.
    out for a very day of Heptember Oil"Volt nr SEIS'.lt: S
    that cries MEETS Sanford Rltch and filed earn In my offlr anil hasmagic 4PI'P4lt' "
    % of costume URII)(}": CLUB Mr. and Mrs. deed to 'rlt.1' TO
    piece apolUallon for a 'a*
    and different vital V. V. Hazen entertained of Raiford were guests of .Said rertlflrateembrac TifF HTATK OF FI.OHIDA-
    I I 18 a most Mrs. son h* Issued thereon. To Mary" Helen Foley. whose reel. t
    Jewelry. Here careful of your the Bridge Club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Rltch's parents, Mr. and Mrs ** the following Bradford d.pwrIbetlrnr.T..rty dene I I.. 12 Halem Avenue, K..an .
    of study. Be decorated 'In the County of .,ke, Vlralnla.
    essential The living room L. A. Brown Saturday. of "KlorMa to.wit:
    Is most Hfete It I.. hereby ordered that you are ;
    I neckline as It Soft with garden flowers. Several Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Krii<-l. Hlh 1 In New River' See.. required to appear on tIts .th day Meet YourFriends
    hat this b e flattering. enjoyed and 23.a Two S .S. R. 20 1':., of October A. II. 1941 hefor the
    Fae were
    Eva ,
    necklines If you games of bridge were children. Perry and The aeeenement of the said prop'rty above entitled court to the bIll of
    drapes and high The deepV prizes were given for high and visiting relatives In Okeecbobee umler the, saId rrtlfpt| l III. nomiilalnt filed a.;.tnet you In the I At .
    are Inclined to be thin. week. lied was In the name of J, K. Ail- ahoy entitled can**, and_ "Bradj j, '
    REPAIR for longer low scores. and Brighton: last ,.oft"
    or medium drape In the afternoon delicious -- -- Mathis and children -" !"nl...n Mid' ,.rortiflcat shall IM I
    need. Late
    Walter t h. Beach
    If this Is what you served the Mrs. redeemed according' to law Kingsley
    lines by
    article on Color. refreshments were of Jacksonville are\ visiting nronvrty "**..rlh." therein' will' h*
    Perfect Next week-an ol.l rn the hl ht tild'lvr"vttirthon a> the ELECTRIC
    this week. PHILLIPS
    Work it Is of great Importance to you. hostess.Mr. Mrs. Alice Thomas ** door on th. first Mon
    At H. P. Galney at. month of Octobwhich .r. 1141 LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT
    Low : and Mrs. Cleveland Mott of Mr. and Mrs. day In the
    Cost .I LAke In the Sob day of October SERVICEElectrical
    Court Crawford
    81acltorcl and church at
    Mr. tended
    t..u..t. v1iItIng.
    riel I In 'reult HF- Raiford were % 1141.
    of tbOlle annoyingcertain Flo..I.-ln Ch.n..y. Addlll StondV Friday. Saturday. r>.t..d thl Hat day of Au.u"lTn ,
    On demons
    Dt ".. Mary Bry.na. HR. Ellis F. Wiggins of IMtorrirtAT. Contracting PARK
    41itfl returned UrL ){. i .
    yourrfonnlag o.cob..r 5th. "41. thC Mrs. R. A. Colson has Mr. and ( HKAI' A. Jr1 "m* I

    II eor. dart., ""Iar BTYSn0. whO4'" re.IdeflCrIa ..Aii5uet5. here after spending New River were visiting Mrs. I. .'rk' of (.Irm.lt Court of n..sdfnr.. ..
    "' We T"lrt..nt" 14t.t to her borne Florida. 1-22 4t .nI. and Repairing .4
    *1U 1141-! I afternoon. County
    i .. Inspect itt No. 0..1'.1.! III required to P.p.r several days In Ft. Lauderdale attending W. Pinholsiter Sunday .
    -- but fII.d agtnIt her of her uncle M.... W. H. Illnton. )fr.. Earl nrsdfnrrAwstY.
    ** ; to Hili. pubIJRh4one. the funeral .. flreult orl. On Road 48 Near
    .\ Complete Line of h........ TIIIII, order to Inul'b. cwn."u- and Mrs. A. C. Green and Mrs. Oscar Rime attended Jl'lbrt"I.. c-r>*ni..,.". r. M. Julian.PUInMff .. LIGHT POWER
    Npq ,....... I tty.. .wseke..eb ...I.k It for Blaclte..d publiuhid Coo't" and Hlnoon.aunt.who were* hilled in an church at Mt. Zion last On. "v' *......Marl.".... (H Tutlan* t'h.. I d)..fndnt. v nfrwtnhr. Camp Blanding ,

    MAYJ'athoService Tel"aph. ti ".TKSi,. Stark*. automobile accident last week In week. 141. th* d..fn lanr MariaTullar. Phone Lawtey Fla. "

    I In Flo'd..Iet: AU".II" 23rd.qOPFiCIAL. 1t41.J. Thomas' Texas. They were rnroate to )tr. and Mrs. O. B. CoUon have I. r.nnlv.4. writ*tn. roildnr apor to I*the'pb.ow.Mil for,! ._.-_ .._ j

    CI..IIE Clrpult. MEAL C 0) u r A.t. Br..dtord-It Mexico on their vacation. a* their guest this week. Mr. DlTorc filed against her h.rln. -
    Coast, ,. Flo..1eI8.



    1c rYi'V AUG 291941
    ; '

    -- Z9,
    I I
    } I, r ;' I their formal frocks all pressed medal' for taxln' your brains this W. S. C. S.
    : :, Ii,! \ "\' I SOCIETY and CLUBS Dempsey-llough kind of weather .Add welcome I Circles
    Ir ft '',. I and laid out on the bed, ready to

    1 i it t;I, ; K I Ethel Rives Hough, daughter of don Were their faces red newcomers: pleasant Dr. Circles of the Woman Sock
    'Mrs. Roe Rives of High Springs, Purdon Murphy who'll drill your of Christian Service ,
    KenyonMossOn S. J. Norman Celebrates86th Bargain Dance Tonight"The and Louis Dempsey, son of Mr teeth (in the office recently vacated Monday afternoon win Ine

    and :Mrs. W. C. Dempsey of Wal by Dr. Brownlee al 3:30 ovl,(;
    Anniversary Circle
    e'1 .' Saturday\ August 16, at 4:13p. : Bargain Dance," first do, were married Friday/ night, Ida Strrnberg, Bobble Cameron, the Number One Will meet 1

    n .f'u.. JL,. at the home of Judge K. s J. Norman celebrated his civilian dance to be held in Starke I August 8, at Waldo, with the Sadie Prince, Grace and Dot Hope It tools off for the "Bar the Educational church Building, next
    r diF K. Perryman, Miss Mary Ellen 86th since the Birthday Ball will be I Rev. J. F. Yancey performing the I Green up to Jax tother night to ; Circle Number
    v birthday on Friday, August Dance" It not will meet
    II I attend lestivitUo followin' Sonny gain tonight with Mrs
    held at the Armory tonight (Fri ceremony. T. P
    became the bride of Sgt. 22, at his farm home nine miles day), Nat Small and his colored Sternberg's graduation from Navy think I'll take along a cake of herd; and Circle Number SlIt
    r. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey
    Willis F. Kenyon, Mrs. Kenyon west of Starke At 11:30: a bountiful school After the dance with Mrs. D. p Th
    f orchestra will provide the music. make their home in Waldo, where radio Ice to alt on durin' Intermission Carpenter,
    Is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret dinner was spread out on Cheperones will be Mrs R. A. Operator X caught 'em in a Jooft
    in the .
    ,r the lawn Mr. Dempsey is engaged Anyhoo-I'll see you there
    Coke, of New York City. Sgt. under the large oak Green, Dr and Mrs. L. H. Jen Joint cooling their tootsies with Miss Gloria Johns, Of ,
    } 1 f naval stores business with his That Is, If I can find a guy
    trees. The beautiful vllle
    M r rd t' + Kenyon is the son of Mrs. Ann birthday nings. Mayor and Mrs. N. D. father.Mr their shoes off 'Twas Bobbie'sdrat with 98c i. expected to come M
    Kenyon, of Manchester, New cake was decorated In pink and Wainwright, and Mrs. Bernice evenln' dress an' shoes, an' : .Says your (bargain spend the weekend with 7

    Hampshire, and Is l stationed at white, Those being present to Opperman. how she suffahed!-but what a hunting) grandparents, Mr and M..,.
    ,1 i 4' n Camp Blanding with the 172nd have dinner with Mr. Norman on *!. C. C. Mendoza and son; mahvelous time she had doln' it -Carolyn.HIHfjtflll Griffin T,
    vi this occasion CluT, are guests today! of her par
    ,'M 4F n{ Service Battalion. Judge Perry- were: honor and all him Mr: and Griffin. Group of fishermen feedln "jttH IH ttll jMIIHfllll' ''''''''IH|jljfl''''1(11'( 'till''j Illlll''IHI''' >",memmnmmonmrmrnimnen'''' '''[ 'iiwmmi"! iemmlammnlniminmin.' '" ,i, ,.,
    wishing ents. Mrs.
    guest TVJ. "<
    I} 'rS man performed the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lewis, Mr. the grouper out in the Gulf near
    Sgt. and Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis many more happy birthdays to Miss Frances Opperman spent I FRESH ICE
    Kenyon will live and daughter Horseshoe las' week: Carl Johns, CREAM IS GOOD
    S ;r ul? In Starke as long as Sgt. Kenyon Evelyn, of Plant City; Mr. come. Wednesday >In Jacksonville H. A. Bishop Adolph Gay, Harry

    te at Camp,Bland ing, after'.which and Mrs. Sam. Whitehead and Tucker, E. H. Smith, A. Hartman, See It Frozen-Taste The
    Irg Quality
    >,, they hope to make their home In children,, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yar- and Sea' Sick Simpson "How

    I >4 y, ( h4df, r Manchester, N. H. brough"and son, Lowell Mr. and' Callstreet much would you give,for an acre Fresh-Fruit Sherbets; Frosted Malted and Kokanut

    # Mrs. Cantle Norman, Mr a n dMra. Carolyn Of land In Ohio?" (back home) Kreme
    r"n 1 ,, I ; Baptist W. M. S. Circles: L. L. Renfroe and son, Sam ; someone asked Mr.:'Simpson whilehe
    uel, Misses Peculla, Kula and Ella was "peacefully" pestin durIng TbePOLAR
    Because Monday is Labor Daya Norman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. His
    the cruise reply was .
    De .r Call"t..te"'lw..n : Fran Peek on furlough from
    ,I e sy legal holiday-regular meet- Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Par- not ecorded for history -. BEAR
    ,, i here It In time for another
    r Ingi of the Baptist Missionary rUh and children and Mrs. Rosa the Supt of Pub. lust office this ;
    look around the town to -
    rit v1 Circles will be held Tuesday afternoon Duncan of Lake Butler; Mrs. A. week Frances Oppe rmants Walnut
    122 S t. Starke
    going Fla.iinmimHiiriiiimiuiumitiiMiiiiuim .
    see what's been on !in the Starrett ha+ finally completely ,
    /, n September 2, at 3:30: o' B. Whitehead and two sons, Mr. crisp white frock bedecked with
    seven days Compara- of at
    i" past wound up Its ball yarn
    Mrs.' Herbert Norman and bright red cherrlesooDO becoming utiinniimmniin imi immimiiiiiwiiiiimmmiiwiiuiiiiHiimiiimuiVAN / 'lllll'."" "' ,
    ; tively quiet they were Paymaster William
    Circle No. 1 will daughter
    meet at the Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. : .
    still noted sufficient number of
    a Goodlove, last of the Mohicans
    home of Mrs. T. K. McClane. Frank Webb of Hawthorne; H.
    going an' comings to keep the week-an' what
    this a
    Circle No. 2 will meet at the D. Carter and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Blackout on Klnjftdry Tuesday departed
    + week from beln', a complete loss Farewell party In H. PRIEST'SBACK
    r home of Mrs. R. H Cox at the Carter and three children of Max- night AH the lamps at Blan- departure t
    l Glimpsed Ruth (Sternberg) Blue Diamond
    his honor at the
    y, ''A ; Stale Farm. ville; Mr. and Mrs Dalton Carter ding suddenly doused for about
    Scanlon, home for too few days
    Circle No. 3 will meet in the and daughter, Louise, Mrs Effle 10 minutes First break for began at noon Sattiday an' when I TO
    from Milan, Tenn.. payln pop I peeked in about midnight they I SCHOOLSALE
    ) rs1 church annex. Johns of Starke; Mr., and Mrs. spooners since electricity drove
    ya6 ,
    ( calla aroun' town with slater Lliactin' were Jus' sendln' out for a new
    ; a tea Raymond StHckland and {Mrs. romance to darker spots Add
    p iD" aa chauffeur Add :. Fare-
    of !
    aA! Mr, and Mrs. L. F. Smith and Carrie Smith of Webster; and Mr things I'd .like to know: How supply champagne
    of life Ruth who
    r mysteries : Why ,
    'r7 wellers Included Albert Hendrickson. -
    '' NI two children, Jane and Tobey, ofZephyrhills and Mrs. Jim Conner of Raiford.Mr. Charles McCoy keeps his hair as
    1 Jn does everything clue she under-
    Doc Bur-
    1 the James Boyds
    ; P K el ; returned home the Norman received man neat as Cary Grant's while shufflln -
    ', ; h y takes with such wlrn. wigor and Doc Charles Gross,
    ; Johnson
    v y first of the week after gett
    spending/ lovely and useful gifts. At 4 o' learned to drive cartons of cokes aroun all I->
    wttallty, never a
    'iv el Edward Walter -
    Nry y '. ,m. several days with Mr. and Mrs. clock the guests began to depart cart! day ., Add pleasant pastimes: Motzer Nealy
    Jack Riordan, Joe Edwards, and
    W, P. Smfth. L. F. Smith is W. for their respective homes, havIng ._ Dodging I : Martha Brownlee's

    P. Smith's nephew. had a grand time with the Billy an' Alice! Graham have swanky new blue Dodge Lillian Mosely .
    I '"11, 4 ft '
    converted their Klngsley Lake
    boat house into a bar, an' Alice Imagine their wurprlw ( and School o M'nln' next week We carry a'complete line of
    FORM goes aroun' imltchin' glasses to disappointment) Wednesday after I predict petite brunette Marcia

    HABITOF furnish the place Seems she noon when Frances Opperman, Sparkman (new home ec. teacher) school supplies such
    considers the day lost unless she Dot Green. N. T Rltch and several will be an Instantaneous hit aspens

    4 EATING WHERE THE FOODIS add another glasa to the collec other Callatreeters learned Comes to Starke via Dade City

    ';;' yt, 1 oil PREPARED IN A SPOTLESS flan Better keep your eye the dance in Palatka that night Last of summer schoolers returnin' pencils, inks, note
    was for cullud .
    people onlyt to town
    ; I r, If :
    > peeled !she! comes to pay you
    CLEAN KITCHEN. YOU WILL an "innocent" visit Jobs *I Louis Armstrong's famous black Wainwright, Eva Anderson, Dor books, tablets, rules, loose

    I FIND OUR CAFE JUST THAT don't envy In this kind of weather: band played and these music- othy Swanbom Leola Roberta

    CLEAN. steel welders on the new Fla. lovln' localites all planned to attend Edna Prevatt Kate Shepherd leaf books, loose leaf paper.In .

    1 s theatre building Congrats to .Dot an' Frances had You girls certainly deserve a
    : ,
    nr Candy an' Myrtice Dennis on the fact anything in the
    I I'II'
    a t tlt'3' The A & A Cafe' arrival of a baby dotter Las'

    f time I heard, Candy was still un I a school line.
    ; ; uttf aware of the event in spite of

    rho fact that telegrams had been "

    sent ,. Guess messenger boys

    tf, '' } ;(f p..1 .tt can't penetrate the wilds of Louisiana 'II'IIR/J" Parents visit our chiId en.readytowear
    ;; It BOOKKEEPING ACCOUNTING where Candy Is still man

    euverln' with Hq. Det. ,. department and get the children outfitted
    n. SERVICE ,
    I To ;Make .\ Long Story Short Do Your Tradingwhere for
    t, the school
    new term.PRIEST'S.
    Jean Davis now helloing for
    !, ; Southern Bell Ex-conch Dill 6 pieces I Rogers Silverware are

    Stephens visltln! around '!'Sattiday, Eiven away with every $tO in trade

    a f Carl E. Watkinsco Jus' 'fore Jolnln' the Army a< or certificates. '
    Still doesn't know where he'll be Are Redeemed

    ,, ;, ,+ el u ; RITZ THEATRE I II[.I 1 stationed Marian Dowling en- i. ca.h awe SMITH'S GARAGE
    1I I Joyln' a vacation from Florence \ou (.' (
    I I !
    Nigh tengallng at Riverside Hosp.! STAKKE, FLORIDA
    wy 5c lOc
    I i'ila' I to $1.00Guy's

    nb -,-...,.,>,,L ....-

    FAMOUS FOR ''4, -, ,.' ... ,,;,(': ... I

    'j Italian Spaghetti "LIFTS- UnCROWnED O HEROES Market

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    ? In New Olson Bldg. 225 S. Walnut St.


    :,, t I f _FOR CASH ONLY

    ,; .. r 4 ALSO rati b WE CLOSE ROYAL TAPIOCA PUDDING, Pkg. _, .. le

    With Purchase of 1-4 Ib Pkg.

    .; r HOT SANDWICHES '--- AT 6 P. M. TENDER LEAF TEA, for __ 22c

    'V.x'' nt r 10c Size 2 For

    ,t ; PARAMOUNT GRILL ---- '

    1 (1 .l + SUPER SUDS -15c

    115 Call Street Starke, Florida


    :. .,t, no. 8. FOR HIS WIFE 0 FLAKES ____'_______

    Y"r 2 for
    I a ,i Lonelier the n a flag pole sitter

    ; aI ...the man who waits for his wife TALL MILK I5c

    PHRKTH leads a wretched time-dreary -

    existence Yet store up as much

    wrath as you might while the Rest Blue Rose 4 LI*
    ,+ x t 4' EHTR E5THRKE / 25c
    minutes ooze by, you'll have RICE _ _ _-._ ____ _

    a FLORIDHEKK your anger neatly punctured by ,, No. 1 Irish ]10 Lbt'

    her maddeningly innocent ,,' t"

    "Did I keep you waiting, dear?" / kf POTATOES 18c

    Mt \\' : BEGINNING' AUGUST. : 31 Solace for the distraught -

    Sunday k Monday. AUR. 31. Sept 1 boon companion at day's weary

    I "DAWN PATROL" end .M smooth, mellowJAX Beer Octagon for

    OI,Y, With Errol Flynn Basil Rathbone brightens that fine hour } 11 10c |
    __..... _u. ___ __._._ __ ___ ___ __ with CLEANSER ___ ___ _
    f.ri f. refreshment. No
    2 cooling matter
    Tuesday Sept.
    nr rtmY, "FOUR SONS" how long you, may have to wait, -. b MARKET SPECIALS-

    ( With Don Ameche. Mary Beth Hughes good JAX Beer can make the final .Q '- ?' .._.
    dI ------- --- '- Jb
    I: peaceful of r M/4r/M Juicy Tender
    It, 3 A 4 moment gracious relaxation -
    Wednesday. Thursday Sept. ,

    M4.r Inl.rj EVERYTHING HAPPENS AT NIGHT' well-worth your while! _RO A S T __ _ __ ____ -_ 25c-_
    'f With Sonja Henle. Ray Milland Jb
    r y r- -- --- -
    ,, Iqs Friday, Sept. 3 STEAK 23c

    d Lum and Aimer. In ___ .. -_____:.. _
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    Fa. 27c
    loI Saturday. Sept. 6--Double Feature ; PICNIC HAMS _____ __
    I it, t cut No. 1-"RIDE. KELLY, RIDE" r rl _
    b With Marvin Stephens Rita Quigley Good Smoked
    Pmt With Tex Ritter :__-__ _'_ __ _
    P unId -. .. MORE l POPULAR I EVERY DAY Jb
    -- -- ---- --- --- Palace

    "ofn.., Midnight Show Saturday Sept. 6. 11 P. M."EAltTHHOUNO" JAX B r sale-* for the first 6 2Sc |
    months lncr
    urora BEER am d mor* than _
    ..nr00/ With Warner Baxter Andrea Leeds union r m R D E el nt flms th nationvcra Western-'- ft )
    twlc* th* Florida averaf /
    ,., Say "Mak* Mine Jaxf> _
    Can't ttfttr tterof -
    a iuy -
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    >. Y t u Any ffictf IIEWIM COMPART J H .. illt. Fltrii Pure Pork Smoked fl

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    !L 291941
    PACK FIVE" ,

    r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward re- I Mr., and Mrs. Carl Aldermanand I II Mr. and Mrs, R. S.' Chalkley Mm. O. L. Beaoley! and Mrs. t
    turned home last! after
    Sunday amonth's I sons Bruce and George, who I and daughter, Joyce and Mr. and M. F Brown were. visitors In''
    vacation spent mostly In :have been visiting Mrs. G. W I Jacksonville s,
    Mrs. Earl Belcher Tuesday
    I all of Rich
    Weldon and Judge and Mrs, Frank Smith Georgia and North Carolina. They Alderman and Mr. and Mrs L.
    rand:/ S A last week and children have returned I Miss Alice Fernandez and spent ten days visiting relativesin Canova left Friday for their A'j,mond, Va., are guests: this week Mrs W M. Ha<3ht of Way'r
    T" Mimed nome< to Misses Fay and c'roHHc.: Ga. Is the guest of Mrs.J. .
    Mary Alice ,
    Tar- Marietta Ga., and the rest of of Mr. and
    Griffin their home in Orlando after In Baltimore, Md. Mm. F. L. Durshlmer
    *pto brough II, Field 1 .
    < will
    B vocation visited relatives upending several weeks at the Durham return Sunday from, the time In Asheville, N. C. and I Mr and Mrs. Carl Aldermanand I :Mr. Chalkley la a brother, and l 1 _
    N. I
    re tbey and C. C. Beasley cottage on Kingsley Lake. where they have'' environs two sons, and Mr! j Mrs. Belcher a Ulster of Mr Durfthlmer. .
    Hal! Roberta spent the past several months Alderman G.V'I' While here | M EXC: ...Aeld eau_
    will come here Misses Evelyn and Marjorie while Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley had spent Tuesday they enjoyed ,
    of Tampa remain until after Stump went to Orlando Tuesdayand I, the Miss Fernandez attended as their weekend guests last week In Tallahassee vt ltlng Carl !i trip to Silver Springs", St. Augustine I FREE I yeup.fn.Stomach
    I, and here they will spent two days with their summer, session at Duke University week Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Colleyand Alderman's sister and Marlneland, Brook vllle, and a Ulcers Indication; r
    a1. While, and Mrs. I* sister Miss Lillian Stump, who The two daughters from Winter law, Mr. and Mrs. brother-In-I Dade City. I BloatingCa.H.artburnB.lching. j jI
    Rev. '
    9 i of Mr Lake.peynark will leave Saturday for New Or- Bowers and Mrs. Elbert R. Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackburn While. L.. A. Wynn of Hampton wasa I Nausea.get a free sample of UDCA
    at KjngBley of Jackson: leans, La., where she will takea Hilliard.are Mr.making Bowers their home In and little son, of Tampa; : H. T. Osteen of Plant City wasa I dinner guest Sunday of hi I i and a /,.. Interesting booklet at

    y guest this 1 week of special course at Charity Hos- Milliard to be moved to and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelley, of business visitor here Wednesday brother-in-law and sister l Mr. and "I
    the pital. i more conveniently Lawtey.Mr. I!Mrs. P. A. Scott. I CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
    HalL located to s e r vet 1 he three i ,
    churches and Mrs. G. Carl Aldermanand Little Miss Joan Walthour has
    at which he holds ser- wN-wiw.wugngg-remnrwu wnwnuwiwnwonwMwunnwu+aimunwewwwnwiwi
    vices. sons George and Bruce, who returned from a two months' visit : .
    have been visiting Mr. Alderman's with relatives in Arkansas. The 1
    Mrs. Jack :7'4
    [mpt Service ,Careful Drivers from Scanlon Milan, Tenn.arrived Wednesday mother Mrs O. W.,Alderman, and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs.
    > a
    brief visit here with her parents. his sister, Mrs. L. A. Canova, for 'M. Mayhew, accompanied by Mr. J"cc.s 3L.lt & Ugcialte .Siam'
    Mr. and Mrs. N., the past week, left Saturday and Mrs. Simeon) Phillips of Law- ,
    rice Taxi Service Miss Mary Sternberg.Brownlee, Miss morning for their home in Baltimore I tey were In Jacksonville Tuesday
    afternoon visiting little Suellen
    Md. Mr. Alderman is an
    Joyce Humphries, and Miss Marie accountant with a large chain of Phillips! who Is a patient at St. We Carry A Full Line of Fresh

    Locally]] Owned and Opeated Mr.Baugh.and who Mrs.havo H. L.been Brownlee guests,left of furniture. stores. Vincent's Hospital.Mr : Fruits and Vegetables
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam K. Stratosare and Mrs. James Dennis an-
    Saturday on a return trip to St.
    ,Phone 150 Louis, Mo. In Washington, D. C., where ''nounce the birth of a daughteron I RETAIL AND VHOLESALECorner
    Rev. and Mrs. they went to attend the weddingof Wednesday, August 20. In the
    M. C. Stith and
    Night three sons who have been here a niece.. Alachua County Hospital, Gaines' of Road 48 and Church St.

    y visiting Mrs. Stlth's Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.. B. Mumly recently ville. Before her marriage, Mrs. . .. ....., ..
    parents gA.NMwwww/puauwuw.INNwvAIWUxonin'. ''' '''''''''''0i' nubpm'OU"I/' ::! ?''NMl fltINIIPUm.AIfOalgmwMINWMrotm' '''' '!'' gnI5at
    Dennis was Miss Myrtice Killings-
    and Mrs. H. L Brownlee will returned from a short vacation -

    -A.n _ ___ I II I' leave tomorrow for Blowing Rock. In South Carolina visiting In worth. I
    N. C., where they will upend the home of Mr. Mundy's father Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnado j t S
    awhile before returning to their I and mother, Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. of Palatkn, spent Sunday herewith FOR SALE l'
    5 U RAN C E AN D_ BONDS [ home in Washington/: D. C. Mundy, Sr., at Laurens.Mr. her parents, ]Mr. and Mrs.
    MIB.. W. H. Tucker and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Van Dlen W. P. Smith.

    Sam Cook and! baby of :Newberry:. I were In Jacksonville Monday Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- 1936 '
    HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant spent Tuesday! as .guests'" of Mr. nignt visiting Mrs. Van Dlen'lIl gustlne. spent several days here
    and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. parents I I this week with her daughter, Mrs.Ethel Hudson 4-Door Sedan ....,
    Mrs.. A. V. Long;, of Gainesville S. .-:. Sparks wan a business M. Biggs.
    spent Friday with her mother visitor In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. I Jean and Sue Keasley of Lake Goad Tires
    Service Over 50 Years Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, and her John Large and Mrs. Alfred" were recent guest; of their

    brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Glenn Lewis, of St. Augustine,]I grandfather, O. L. Bensley and 1936International i .
    Phone 146 Starke Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Judge and spent last Friday with Miss Mrs. Beasley. Mr. and Mrs ,
    ase Mrs. A. V. Long have recently Madge Middleton. Charles Beasley and daughters | Truck

    i returned from Chicago, HI., where I M.. and Mrs. George KopelouBOs Jean and Sue left Lake Alfred | Panel Doily Suitable for
    __ .. .. .. __...._,___ Laundry Grocery or
    -'" WI e--, they visited their son, A. C. Long and child returned Sunday night Sunday morning for a vacation Dry Cleaning Business
    and family. from a two-week's vacation a t (trIp to California. I
    Mrs.. J. M. Brownlee !spent yes- Daytona Beach. II '
    terday In Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and I FULTON LOAN SERVICE j'

    RITZ THEATRE and Mrs. W. B. Alexander I family left Sunday to continue SEA FOODS 521 Graham: Itldff. Jacksonville Fla.
    and Miss Wilma Alexander have their vacation at Daytona lleiich.
    returned: from a several weeks' Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews
    vacation at Brevard, N. C. returned Tuesday from Henderson- Ii
    The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Allen, vllle N. C., where they spent the
    Sunday Monday, August 31, Sept. 1 and little daughter, Joyce Sue past three weeks. MULLET 1 I
    "ZIEGFIELD GIRL"With returned Thursday of last week Mrs. R. F. Fernandez and Miss DREAM I TIP TOP
    [from a two weeks' vacation trip Isabelle Fernandez have returned t I
    | Judy Garland Hedy Lamarr ,Tony MartinI to the North and mid-west. They from a stay at Lookout Mountain, PERCH I

    I AJl-Star Cast Added Fox News and Cartoon spent a week attending a Cha- Tenn. TROUT
    tauqua Institute at Chatauqua :N.:. Lt/and Mrs. T. 1<. McClane, Jr., I
    Y Enroute they spent a few daysat I and sons, T. K., III and Don left nEB BASS
    Tuesday, Sept 2nd. ton, Okla., Super MarketUP
    Cincinnati Ohio and at Liberty yesterday for Law SHRIMPDRESSED
    "THERE'S MAGIC IN MUSIC" S. C., visiting college friends. I where they will make their home I
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pergolaand while Lt. McClane Is stationed as I POULTRY
    With Allan Jones and son Kenneth of Jacksonville, an Instructor at the Fort Sill TOWN STARKE, FLA. 1

    "VOICE IN THE NIGHT" spent! Saturday night with Mrs. training school. I
    With Clive Brook Pergola's mother, Mrs. H. H. Mr. and Mrs. T Frank Lan- FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8-29-30 j
    YounR./ I drum and children are staying at
    Vernon Silcox and Inman Green their cotage on Crystal Lake. MAGNOLIA FISHMARKET
    Wed. Thurs. Sept 3 -4 spent the week-end in' Biloxl, Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards : Store Closed All Day Monday-Labor Day
    and children Maurice, Jr., .. Y
    M18>I. They were accompaniedhome -
    by Mrs. Ralph H.,Cq" and 'and Carolyn are enjoying a stayat i 200 E. Call .-, !'.._ 31 No. 1 Cobblers Green; :Mountain 10 flirt V
    < Madeline Carroll r-? po daughter, Cynthia, of Alexandria, Jacksonville neach.I .
    Also MGM News and Cartoon La., who will spend! a few days I Misses Ida Lulu and Marjorie IRISH POTATOES 18c I tip'
    MBMBMMBWBJBMMB iBMi iBllBBBBBBBlBBBBlBMIBBBMSBMBOTMiB MBM MaWMBMB MBi with Mrs. Cox's parents Mr. and Davis had as their guest last week
    5th-Double Feature Mrs. D. L. Silcox I I their cousin, ]Miss!. Joan Tatum of
    Friday Sept. -
    Misses Sarah Mope Haynes and Jacksonville and Mills Mary Jo <9 0- WAX PAPER, 40 Ft. Roll 5c :
    "WEST POINT WIDOW" Georgia Haynes, daughters of Dr.i'Caldwell of the State Farm. N] -
    With Ann Shirley and and Mrs O. L. Haynes, left Saturday ',I' Miss Ruby Lilley. teacher In B. l S&i[ 7rpy17nr I DAY OLD EGGS Dozen 42c
    for a two weeks' vacation:| H. S., has returned to Starke I r 1\.aa'e I ,
    "REPENT AT LEISURE"With trip Washington, New Yolk after attending the University of I 100.-.____ r Medium Size FRESH
    Kent Taylor and other points In the :North:. and ,I Colorado summer school at CreeI I I

    ley. She Is staying at the home SALAD DRESSING Best Maid Qt. 20c
    and Mrs George Fappa I of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Thhlk of
    Saturday Sept. 6th Double Feature have returned from. a two weeks' M.-s. Otwell, of JackHonvllIe, In I p w
    "BULLET CODE" vacation at Daytona Beach. Mr. i I visiting her daughter, Mrs. J, L. : Country RollKellogg..

    With George O'Brien and not Pappas likely says re-open however the that Ritz he Cafe will Peek.Mr." and Mrs. Jullun Peek Jr., the chances! Cudahy'sBUTTER CORN FLAKES A

    "COUNTRY FA'IR"With before September IS. of Tallahassee, spent Sunday here
    Elviry and the Weaver Brothers Met and Mrs. B. E. Downinghad I with Mr. Peek's parents Mr. and of accident Per Pkg.
    as their guest during the past I Mrs.. J. L. Peek. I
    week their little niece, Earline Mr. and Mrs Lester Price Robinson Pound 35c 6c
    Dunnoway, of Phoenix City, Ala. I were visitors! to Welaka representedin I
    Mr. and Mrs. De Witt C. Jonesare Sunday. .
    NAT SEZ: spending a two weeks' vacation Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Nollman Ihe FANCY BANANAS 4 Ibs15c 1 1AUG
    at Black Mountain. N. C. I'left Friday for Highland N. C. figuresof ,
    1 Used to be in the )'f'arlJ. B. C. B. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, Capt. J. G. Abernathy recently
    6 when some feller in the city asked Mrs C. C. Hoppe and son, Jimmy, rented through W T. Clute, real- alicense ArmourH Double Rich

    t t you where you were from*' >He'dsay ou'd of Tampa arrived here yesterday tor, the cottage at Kingsley Lake MILK, 2 Tall Cans __ _._H 15c
    r // probably answer "Florida. and will spend some time at belonging; to Mm. O. L. Beasley plate .
    --'- -- -
    & "Miami You'd say ."No, a the Beasley-Kincaid cottages on and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid.
    Il"w'mlle south of Jacksonville." Lake. Duncan went to Lake MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Ib 30c '
    Kingsley insure __ __ _
    It __ __ _
    him wax
    Twan no use telling Mrs.\ Roy Smith who has spentthe Butler Wednesday and spent several --------0 '0 '
    Starke cause they would alwaysonbarraMH past two weeks at the home days with hi* grandmother.Mrs. Charley E. Johns 7 DAY COFFEE, We Grind, Ib 17c

    you by saying "Starke of her brother-in-law and sister, L. A. Duncan. --'." -----.- -., ..
    never heard of that place.." Its Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan returned Rev. and Mrs G. C. Powell.I Agency
    different now don't be bashful Monday to her home In Musses Jewell and Frances Powell. Slarko Florida Yellow All

    blurt It right out they know. Teunllle, Ga. and Elton Powell returned Wednesday 119 East Call "Street )
    Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned! from a short visit In St. I Telephone IS ONIONS BREAD Ih
    after spending !several Petersburg. "
    here yesterday '
    Just ArrivedOUR months in Tampa with her 3 lbs lOc 3 for 25c ..
    Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur-
    parents. . .-- ".. ..
    Mrs. Klncaid's! friends are
    den.glad; to have her with them again Gulf Life Insurance Co. i '

    NEW LINE OF and greatly to know Improved.that her health i Is I SUCCESSO CORNED BEEF 23c

    Mrs O. L. Haynes ha been AGENTS ?. .

    LADIES I confined to her home month.because of ROY M. STONE W. R. (KILL) ALVAREZ: KINGANS COOKED BRAINS, Can 15c
    illness for the past I'
    FALL Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, I'. O. Box 308 Starke. Florida
    COATSIN Merry Beth Charles and Nancy Palm Olive (Deal) ,

    Lee Knight, have Wannonoa returned N.from C. SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS !
    a vacation at Reg. Cakes 21c ;

    PRICE RANGE OF They Jacksonville.Col. spent. last Wednesday In OFTEN TOO LATE i I i Soap .

    have returned. and Mrs.from H.a trip V. through Knight Fancy Blue Rose PURE LARD

    $950 $1395 of the State.
    to part
    While the In Miami they were the READY MIXED CONCRETE, SAND, GRAVEL; RICE In Package

    guests BUILDING ,
    Simmons. Before returning home 4 lbs 25c lib Carton 15c
    JACKETS $39.75 they viiited Ft. Myers and ,

    son Mrs.Burge Earl, B.have Searing returned and horn little I CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. SEEDLESS GRAPES, 3 Ibs 25c

    Use Our Lay-Away Plan after a month's visit with her I
    Us For Estimates Sliced
    husband who is working In Pan- Call Today Skinless.Palace.

    A DEPOSIT WILL ama City.
    Mrs. Frankle. Kinchen Is taking! WEINERS BACON

    Hold The Coat You Want James the Shoe F. Holllngsworth's Repair Shop, and place Mr.Holllngsworth In. A. A. ANNISCONCRETE Pound 19c Pound 29c

    has accepted an-
    Buy Now and Save Money I other position. He" coordinator CONSTRUCTION WE HAVE A SELECTED I'l
    for the Trianon Building Supply -

    STERN BERG'S I I f to Hiss Monticello Marjorie the Stump first of win t h go e 233:>> Washington St. Phone 165 BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS11T'

    (week and again teach: music lathe i.
    fchool there.



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    Nursery were guesta of Mrs. Miss Evelyn Hall of Starke visit I her mother Mrs. Britton Alvare I

    Hampton Happeningsby I Richardson's brother-in-law arid! ed relatives here Thursday of last and Mrs. H. M. McRae.A Ins-ram Mrs. Carrie J .

    slater week. pleasant hour was spent and
    .. _____ ... ____,._____ I Sunday. 3Jehns
    mo. '' "'
    : We are glad to learn of little Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and Mrs. Smith received many beau
    A. H. Johns J. 3.
    IIAMJ>TON ISRIKFB: 'Ralph Merrltt's improvement. He daughter Judith Paige of Gaines- tiful and useful gifts. Jon....., I>. C. Jones, Emma JA. 'k I .n H

    Mr*. M. ,V. Morrow Miss Ophelia Bryan and Miss has had two blood transfusions ville were visiting relatives here Allen Hall of Jacksonville spent Jenkins, A. O. Johnson, D. E. la'jj" Mr.cart AI__

    CHRISTIAN Betty Jean Rhodes spent the and another eye drainage opera Sunday. the week-end with his family. Johns. S. R. Johnson. Alible W. k -t
    CIIUJICH John, Ella F.Jones Johnson, Huttt W.@n jl Mr.. _
    .t..t.e' CONVENTiON week-end with friends and relatives tion. He is now very cheerful Mrs. Lydia Hall returned home Mrs. Ethel Geiger and daughter Ada V. Jenkins Cha. H. John Aiit, .. II r

    e'e't in Gainesville and Jasper. and extended visit Elsie. of Tampa spent the Juhn. Carl JenkinsMrs.. Elva P Mrs. Lau"
    an from Jenki
    On August 30 and 31 the Chrla- unusually good patient.Mr. Sunday an Johns, Mrs. S. n. Jenkins, Cha. A. '," Harsh

    Uan'Churches of Union and Bradford Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. Ted Cook Mrs. J. with relatives in Gainesville.Mrs. week-end here with Mr*. Alice Jacob, B. Johrm, it E, Jvhr John 18.. Mro Pr


    Counties will meet at the returned Saturday from a week's L. Lavender and daughter, Nell- A. O. Andreu. :MISS Han Oliver!' and Mrs. Sarah Underbill. Johns Jambs,, Berry ttorah John John.., Mrs.a. R Ruby Jr. J h n. Mrs Mr... Lcla

    t Hampton Christian Church for vacation at Salt Springs.Mr. etha have been making daily nah Swindell Mrs. Thelma Dink- Mrs. Robert Turner and children Johns, Calvin John. Allen\ M. Jones Juhn5' Mrs.. loIal11 1)0/01,'

    trips to Jacksonville to visit with of Plant City spent last week Junta, J. J. Jackson, W. Morris T,
    their annual convention. The and Mr Bud Slade are Ins and little daughter Joan, J
    I I Johns, (.h..... B. Johns, Mr*. Mellaaa V i.TMr'' 'IV. ..
    Chairman Wtm. T. Minshew andaom soon to erect a modern home on Ralph Mrs. Lavender's nephew. Starke were visiting here last here with relatives. Johns, Thelma BrlnsonJone, Mrs. Ruby. "* "Orley

    / leader Leon Hall, haVe' arranged property recently purchased. Private Elmore Cason of Fort I week. Eld. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Johns. Thelma RedsraveJudd' Mlllaril"

    a very good program Marshall Matchett in finishing Sill. Okla., is home on a 10-day I Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Sparks and Green Cove Springs were visitingthe K

    iiJigl' which will be furlough. He Is spending most after- tick and shut-ins in this and
    enjoyed by those work on a small bungalow this daughter spent Thursday Klckllter, J. F.' Klckllter Miriam

    who attend. The meeting: convene week of his time with his mother Mrs. noon of last week visiting Miss the Rising section Friday after- Knight' C. A. Kldd R.' O. Kln""I linehen< :.Irl. lean,

    Cason. Ktndrlck. T. N. Kelly, D. G. E. .... .
    Saturday morning at 110'- Mary Ida noon. K..n.
    Miss Edna Dudley of Newberry Hagan.Mr. Knight, Mr. N. L.; Kelly. Mrs. Mary Kit. II .tra. Loona
    clock and continues through Sunday arrived WednesQay to ass ume and Mrs. Leon Tomllrison, Mr. end Mrs. T. N. Norman and Kondrtek, Martha ,Klnchen. US. 0 fl.nan

    nIght. A. basket dinner will teaching duties In the' Hampton VANDERBILT of Jacksonville spent the week-end littta son, G .raJd. were dinner Knl Kick liter.Clara" Mr.. M. I* Kite. Bog ( Kmin.y': Lucllorih. .
    Fi < be sponsored at noon on Sundayand Ily Miss Velma Norman R. M. at their parents. Mr. and IC ate
    ; School. here with Mr.. and Mrs. guests Knight. D. E Kemp Fir Evelyn W.Koren
    1 the invitation la for all denominations Hersey. Mrs. H. M. McRae Monday. Knight H. V. Xmp B. 4. Xupl00505 HKenned. r,

    who wl.h to attend. Miss :Miriam Guy has returned Friends of Miss Velma Normanwill Landrum 'and KnlKht. Mr. H., V. Kickliter Dorothy C'alrKld.' ,, OWIt
    Mr. and Mrs. I .
    i and Kerne N.lma Kite Mre. J. B.L .
    son 8.
    be glad to know that ,the Is Mrs. James Moore Klrklan,1
    & from summer, school In Gaines daughter Blanche and Bob My- '. .1, T. 11\
    ; CITY ELECTION 8KPTEMUCK 2 rapidly recovering from an operation Charles. of Valdosta, Ga., were
    ville. all of dinner
    ; TIU 'The City Council in Special for appendicitis. Miss Nor- visiting relatives here over the rick Starke were .
    Corrie Bell. Injured at Camp guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Long, Cornelia Peek Leggett" 'Ira LongS ? -
    a1? Sees.on Monday night named the man was operated on in the St. week-end. LongT. T. LAWSOH. Mrs Ada I.yn"h| "

    t1id 4 following Inspectors for the city Blanding. returned from St. Vincent's Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville McRae Sunday.Mr. Lord. Eva B. Lewis J lrll.! Thelma' L. l.amkl'n Mrs.. r R ".
    Jacksonville on Long, Merwin Lilly. lea Ruhy ,"I.nd Hospital. time and Mrs. A. F. Hall and I..Urand
    election September 2: and remained there for nome PINE LEVEL Idling Lionlcl E. Larantaux.. Mr,. The.m"I.kln. F \.

    1.$ J. C. Wynn, clerk. Thumday of laat week. before returning home. By Mrs. II. )I. McRae daughter. Ardella were visitor to L.... Matilda Larantaux, J. M. L.ftus, 'Pete M' Luctl.
    James IJiml E.
    Lewis > Mrs. Thelma
    Olin Hicks Inspector. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rosier and Waldo Sunday.Mrs. Libby 11*. <, Lloyd Ethel J.lvlnor Law.o n.,

    Leland Beadenbaugh inspector Mulberry Saturday with children of Gainesville were MISCELLANEOUS ShOWER Betty KIrby and Mrs. J. Lennon IS Lloyd' I'). u I IVfnw'I ;'n
    spent (I
    ,;j Those who attended the miscellaneous R. Kelly of the Rising section Ltnnon, Elvis Lamb 'Jas J.awsun: "1,1.
    and Mrs.
    D. W. Johnson Norman
    maj8hal. visiting Levy Mrs E.
    Mrs. George Rahme.. LAndrum. T. Frank Lamb lor 1'''. Elizabeth
    Three councilmen are to be ( 'and family Sunday after- shower In honor of Mrs. were visiting Mrs. A. F. Hall. Landrum. !oIr.... T. F. 1.ljthltoot. A. 1';. LauIergrpee Luftu.. If. k
    Mr and Mrs. Charlie Dyal and William S. Smith who before her Long, HlPhard H. Lightfoot. :Mrs.' A. K. jr
    elected a
    marshal and a year clerk a and mayor tax'collector. children of Palatka spent Sunday noon.Mrs.. Ellen Barber and sons, marriage was Miss Carrie Alva Board Of Equalizers Lawson Jl. A.. Long Mrs. Annie May

    ) with Mrs. George Rabme. Bobble and Jerrle of Jacksonville rez were: M

    ''lJI, "r spent the week-end herewith Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, Mrs. Wes- The Board of County Commissioners Matthews. B; S. Morgan. Mrs. Mattle UMcMlllan: Merrill

    ;r.(. j' "f ley McRae. Mrs David Kelly met In a special called Manning J. C.' Mann. Arlln McKlnn.. sir,
    .. f" Mr. and Mrs. F M. Norman. Il
    MUldleton, W. B. J.
    .11>jI",.,",- ::t '. New River News Mrs. J. M. Rosier and daughter Mrs. A. J. Fender Mrs. A. F. session Tuesday morning to sit Morgan Mru. Vida V. Mack Morgan" Mrs P. S. F, :J\cKlnn..y l1"Klllno. A ZiulvIi1
    \ JJ,\ Hall Mrs. Earl T KIrby Mrs. Mlddleton. Nolle Mayes Lola E
    I" 1'\ Lorena and grandson. Jimmie aa a Board of Equalizers. They iS111"1' ? *' Mr.-JU
    L. 1"
    .::M.. .... '1,.. '''' Alice Oliver, Mrs. Beulah Kelly M"Uh.wlIl.Mn. Ida Manning. Vollla F. MiKelvey j
    transacted business Commissioners
    some as
    !., Lee of Woodlawn were visitingMr. Mitchell Mm Lucll.ayea.] James Mclntyre T'J
    '"', '" By 1\11'11. O. E. Cronby and Mr*. Jetwle Leo L zenby I .- and Mrs. H. L., Norman and Mrs. Warren Kelly Mrs. J. R especially with reference 'JlII,1. 1
    family Sunday. Kelly M r s. Walter Underhill, to setting up the 1942 bud- Marr Miss. D.OllleMontelth A. ]Manlre\Ian Ire,,' C.Preda(1. Reva :cK'ver'! |' Frank 'I

    MAHKIAGK LIGHTNING KILLS IIORSft: Mrs. Carrie Edwards Mrs. W. T. MtKelvey. Mn J, if
    CKEVVS-IIARRIS Montelth, KathellneMundy
    M:'. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and get. Mason MnrgaretMorel MiClane, T K.
    Johns HarrU and Joe Forsythe, an employee with f Crosby, Miss Mamie Kelly, Miss W. B. Jr. 7... W. McFa"hl.n ('. Jt,|
    Mrs. Vivian family 0 Worthington Springs "erMcHne
    Matthews, conway Miller, Harry
    ) M 'Rae II'E
    Mr.. Fonnie 'Crews were 'married Floyd Wiggins, went over to a were visiting relatives here Sun- Hazel Sutton. Miss Nella Mae CAROX PAI'EIt-8 1-2 :x! II, Matthews. Ella Miller Betty < ,, :Mrs l ,EtM

    f field. known as the Poppell Place day afternoon. Aid ridge. MIss Aisula Crosby 8 1-2 x 13: S 2 per box-BRADFORD Mundv, Mm Leila Martinet, .Joe McKinney, Mn Fit
    Saturday night In a quiet ceremony Friday afternoon to doctor some Misses Annie Mae and Lucile Alvarez COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Manntnir. W. C. Moses, N. :M<.Kanhlon Wait| .
    Euston Norman's right arm was Matthews" E. L. .Maruca, MikeMorgan M r"nnrlrl.,
    at the home of the Rev. screw worm hogs. He rode a broken sisters of the bride and GRAPH. Mltrhell. Luclls' Mrs. H. P. :McClnn, Mr Clenrtf. T K.I
    and also dislocated when ]Matthew*,' Mrs HazelMlddleton Martin Howard
    who performedthe home that he always works and MfFaKhlon, Lula D
    Wm. Mlnshew I
    he thrown Gerald Mayer Jtnin
    was from a mule I H. McComllUiln
    II ,
    I ceremony In the presence of when he opened the field gate while out riding Saturday morn LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL ELECTION Manning. DeliaMunassa Mayer FrsncesMartin McClane, T,' K H Sr
    CellaMunassn. *!. NellieMilton
    there were two more horses In the McClane 'Mm
    a few Intimate friends and relative ing. He was otherwise unharmedand OF TilE CITY 0. STARKE. FLORIDA TO BE MlnaMiore. Miss. Katie ...rln.v Kith|

    field which came right up Mr. Is now getting along fine. HELD ON TilE 9TH DAY ] Nathe Moltt. Mrs.. Ara B. "Mf-nui w c
    The bride was attractivein SEPTEMIIER A. D. 1941A
    *. Foray the and his horse as he shut Mnsley Mm T* R.Miriran McCoy Starling: :McMillan: William
    Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman
    M. M. :McRae, Kusaell
    blue flowered dress with the still the bridle
    a gate, holding spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melton, Clarence' McRae, Bula' Mae
    which she wore black accessories.Mrs. rein, a bright light, he described
    W, B. Bloodsworth and family ofRatford. N
    Crews has been a resident as being much brighter than a ; 'Alv&rn. J., lof, A Alvares Erroll: Altplnwa. Mrs. 3tar.Alklns -

    of Washington and California high-powered spot light being A. Z. Agln, W.V.. Irar@t Nfwsome, R A. Morris' W. M.Norrls. Nneirel. Rowl| R I
    We are very sorry to report Andrew.. .1. W. Jr. Alvare.. lI..rh..ra Avrt.i' :Mn,. "orIn.. N wsom.., Edna BllenNoearl. Nunnery Rudiilpb, L
    while Mr. Crews Is a native of thrown into the covered Alv..... A. I. .
    face Alvarez. R. B. And r., Mra. Maggie Nasworfhy, 1'. H William Nash.. Mrs O Bradford County where he farms everything and then be heard an that Woodrow Alvarez Is seriously Anderson Lucia A. W. AI..xand..r. J. II. Albert Julia Nasworthy, Elisabeth Noegel", Maxine Newman. A. J.

    _ ( Jn the New River section. awful 111 In the hospital at Gainesville. Alvar.s S. Alsxander W. 11. And.r'llL'. A. 'V. Jr.
    noise. Alderman Dora Ari'lernon. Alice uatln. J. F. o
    His friends wish him I i Adklna Lois '
    a .
    many Anleraon 0..0. A. Alvares. '
    I II Claude !t.
    He knew then for
    nothing a
    Corp. Seeber Moody"of Station speedy recovery.Mr I Andereon Myrtle tntieraon Eva Alvarez. S. I... Olson Bertla Olson TitusP
    I few seconds. but tried to get up : AIvr.s Annie Alvarez. Th.lma) Alvare. W. R.
    m Hospital.. Camp Standing. pent I and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and Alderman T. J. Alvarez. L. n. Akins Alvin
    tr from the ground-atill holding to
    last week-end with his parents Samuel and Mr. and Mrs. And.ron J. I., AnlrewH, Wesley. 4 Angelo, A. J.
    the rein-and run. He couldn'trun I son, Andreu A. O. Andrew.. lItr... :Maude Angelo' Arthur A. Trek J L. Prevatt Nathan tf. Peek Mrs Myra D,
    MrandMm., O. B. Mood L. L. Norman of Vanderbilt attended Alvarez. Vincent Allen Ira. Adkln.. Everett Vttk Clara L. Perry C. A'oJ Plgford, H (I.
    walk off E.
    so he managed to .
    Andrawz. Mr.. Edith perk na. Llnnle Pulum' Dean Powell TommiParrlHh .
    dinner In Alexander Mr.
    birthday given Ada 'Ampra.I. JIll's.
    -_---_- --- -- but with a second thought he returned a Alvzrei. Mattis Atciander Wilma Ouralna PeVryman IS.- K. Priest Clyde O. (I. P
    for his horse and looked honor of Mr. S., J. Norman of Andr.ws Nell.Brownle Angelo NIck Anthony Perryman LolaPowell Priest. Mr. Clyde. O, Parrlsh,. Mn. AlptltlPowell
    CENTRAL FLA. TILE Long Bridge Friday. Chan. .J. Prevatt. Mrs. Edna W. M C,
    MARBLE CO.'EyEflrrHINO"I' over and saw another horse stag- B Parks.. W. B. Paul. .A..' '1'. 1'appax. Onriti
    gering off to fall dead In a few Mrs. Ury Reddish and daughters ,'1 Prather ,W. C. Powell. Odla Puckett C R.

    \( 'ritE" Margie and Margaret; of ... 11. T... Rryant lola Battle. Mahell Parks Ethel R. Powell Mrs. Mildred K.Pelllrcr. A. JPhillies .
    feet. [ Uronka. Albert H".nt.Y.. A. Jr. Parker Ella' Pender* 1011'''. Kmily: KlliabelhHaracca :
    ra.jts1 I : Vanderbilt were visiting Mr. and Bud Phillips, K.
    homes' wire 14ennstt U. H. Ilonhani :IIr.V.. A. I ,.
    n: The three standing] T. A.
    E..IJ1LPb.:1Is: : MI's. Levy Norman, and family Riahop It.. A. H..nnelt, J. E. ( Phillips, Mm. Rosa Ned Papas, Lewis
    '. --"" : in a ten-foot spot and appar- of Hrownlee.. Etta'J" R..nn..tt, Elma 1). 1"1''' .Iulla Pearce, Mr... Rertha Powell Masfa :Parker Mrs I/ell!$
    m .. D.tltaIiI5" also this section, 'Sunday aft- .. .1 1
    A '
    i c ilAr."al.18'.tI. > ) ..
    W.iiouisdar7"StA1S.: .t. ently the other two horses weren'teven T < FlIMhnW Ina R'IT Flrown, M. 10' r14rkncta1'l1r. Vlra-Ie 1 .}Ii, "' \.k.; 8 1. Jr. Parke.
    re? ernoon. Hrown :2lrs. 1- { ,
    118Iu.l..y. 0, I. Flor..ncolI.flryan.. s. A. 1' \. .
    HAINKSVILI.R.. FLA. shocked. There was nothingelse H..aMley (n.rtrll.l, Au'C. F. If. trown 7. \. : :\, Q ';

    ,; struck by the bolt T'urn. 1--lward llrysnt Mrs.. Lizzie RArton, i... )f. .
    MISSION HALL Qu11rley. J. T. ,Qulgley' Mm. Minnie \V.RennoldM
    lIurn.. n...,si.. lrynnt Wenir W. lIal.hn. J. 8. "
    Mr. Forsythe was extremely
    L..I.. ... Carpets Venenerks AND TABERNACLE IIr"nk'.. R..rth" I4Uldlngtnn John W. III'"wn. (1IIb..rt R
    ... .... nervous the remainder of the dRY l-'ar..t"I.: P. M. HI'y..nt.V.. n. flurch W. C.
    flUad M.4kins .hl. Arok..nan. IIrYAn. Mal Bitch J. H. Ir. J.,'A. Rabeck, Jnnriihlnt)
    U suffered headache. AugllRt nur'h, 1011''.
    and Josephine
    a Revere Last Reaalonof the music school
    L.r. ..< T. Select Fro** Bar.fnt h"Ary trney. Newn T). flurk.. :Mildred Robinson! J. W.Rltch Rowe Clyde Roberts, I I1
    '& 1' c.:........... Mrbuit'aI N..li'. until late the next day. ; conducted for the pant 10, weeks n..nn.tt Annie Mae flsent. :IIn. Mary lIurk.. Flr.nre ,. Herbert C. Rowe, J. H.<, Roth Alan
    ... Mr. Wiggins says that he the Ganus Music Conservatoryof lIurn..y: 0"0V.. Rurney Irll. Oltulva R..aver 'J"rry hitch! Isabel* Rltch.' Carl Kadv, Niirmar, M.
    ---- by ""tll... Rogers Tlurpev ::111'''. fl.V.. Brown! Arch Hay Olive E. Hitch !Mrs. Ruby Rndy :Mrn "',reIfl&
    ; wouldn't have accepted $250.00 Birmingham Ala., will be held fllorK". Ethel !If. Rennett. I"tanl.y" flrnwn .Its.. 8t..lI" Ray. Carrie A. Kay, t,. C. JilKh N T
    i I IROACHES Bryant, \V. JoJ. RcKlvter.. Freeman Hay Mrs. T.ulu A.. Hitch N T. Jr.
    1M> YOU KNOW ABOUT for the home that was killed. He next Monday night A violin will I3urrelI Tom Drown.V.. Itandsflriutchfield. .. Mr> HtHl}
    Rlt<'h. Evelyn' Rol> -"i n. Blanche Robertson
    had decided to put the horse In ; be given to the student turning In C Register" Alice Wynn }to".nb'rK.1"01

    t ? the field-then he would decide ; the best notebook. A program Rlti'h. Mrs. Carrie ROSA,' R. O. Rosenberg.. Fannie

    When you"rIght roaches you "No" for a week or two then he will be given by the Instrumentaland (Colley' J. .P.('halO. (('onper'r..tn"I.. Richard JI'ra. Annie (('ohms Coleman. '1')11'fary. C. :! E. Rlrhard. ,HarriettRpdicrave A. W. Raybin Richard, M.H. M]M. Reid..I. I-(.Sertrude, tlReid. M.

    try to get rid of them all, j just "took him on anyway" a singing classes. Carpenter. D, l'. CrewsI' R. L.. 'arlton. H. A. Rpdirrnve, Minnie Raftige Leila Robinson 'r' KJlubltik .

    I .not just kill the few that few days before he was killed.IURTHILY The public Is Invited to attend (Canova. Eunice C. hnmherp... U. S. ('.'arnaslon. W. N. Radirrave, John Raymond Paul' )' '
    I 'olley LvlIa( CI\rd.n. V. If. 'arn."I"n, Adaline Kcntrrnvex, Lnla' Raymond. EthelRennolda
    you can hit with, spray or this service and see what can be CanoVs. FI"r.n"e E. Carden. Mra. Lucy ('app J. O. L. A. Rabeck Jo*. F.
    PARTY In 'a short time ('anova. PAul E. Jr. (Clark Jim
    dust or that walk Into a accomplished by ( 'ltrt..r. Oa't"n'
    Jo Canton Fr..d ('noper R. M. 8
    Little Beverly Crosby enjoyed -.: (Carter l\'r".Ho"a
    accident. I application and good teaching.A ('..rp..nl"r. Myrllc. ('hAmh.r.. )11' Ida i
    O powder by '' J 10.: 'ook. I.llcll. Stump F. F. Smith Lulii Simmons
    j jK3.D a birthday party, Friday lively discussion was held last (''anova. (fl'A.'y' ... Cooper. Mrs. R. It!. "ampb..lI. Earl Hternberer, Nat Smith W. P. Sale Mrs. orothy'
    afternoon. despite the fact that it "PPII. Maud t'apo Mra. Emma Cone.. William F. Slat rank, O. M.Scott Elma '
    the of Sapp gT-'ftunWr.
    Tuesday night on subject ('annv... Levy A.' Alma
    Walter .
    "on.. llfra In" "' ,
    ; I rained bard ,, F. A. Sternberir, Ruth
    Roach KillerIs very "Universal Worship." It was stat Canova. Mona A. (Chalker' ::111'''. C. W. (Cannon J. V. Hupp. W. ]M. Strode, JosephineStrode Stump Howard S.

    Mr. O. E. Crosby, Beverly Jo's ed that there i is only one basis Clemons'o..m..n.. Fronr.J. 4 "hAmh..r.Coleman. .1"J.. E. "ratt. R. H. Smith E. H. Pauline. Iapp. F..d. I.III. )II'
    Different I Carol3. Z"na Laura Iapp. :
    ; .1 mother. served a delicious punch of universal worship-the bowing Carlisle. J. E. (Czith.n, Ira Cauthen. Ira Scott sternberir Uussla Stlcox Stump Lacy Evelyn Stratos, Sam K. i

    Roaches eat it because they with cookies. Her cake was a of every knee and the confession Canton C. M. (Coleman W. 'V.Oavl. Slump, Eva S.......... Mr. )t. .Stratos Mr*. Sam K.Silcox .

    4 I like it. They dry up and die. I l large white one. decorated with of every tongue that Jesus Is D KituIs.,Mr J.*.I*Pearl Spark Hearing. ,, S.Mrs.B. Eunice P.Shafkln Sllcox' > Oeo LouliSpann C.

    Put K-3-D In little piles or yellow ''Happy Birthday" and Lord to the glory of God and the ... r. .*. Hllcox: D. U Sllcox. Marv Frances O. A O
    in bottle cape and place it three little candles. She was not Father. Davis. E. M. Jr. 0..11. Oamnn T.nnis. J. H. Simmons, J. L.finpp SlIms J. B. Stavrlanos.Samuel N I..
    Penmark T. P.
    fleSue. They J. B. Mrs. S. B.Simmon Simpson.
    In out-of-slght place whereIt successful in blowing all three flaviz. Lee P..rryman flenmark P. !'I. Spark ROY MSlonlker .
    : Last Friday night the new pastor nese" James ISlstrunk. 1'. H. *. B. L. Stone
    can be left as bait. Safe out at one time. She waa too of the Lawtey Baptist Church flarby flemorest Ida R.1.F. Onnc.n.flenmark K.Emily O. n"wllnlr.flurd.n Mrs E.. J.lussie Sllcox Celna Walter' FSIlcox Mrs. Olady Mrs Mr A"L..

    to use. Non-poisonous to man enthullla tla. Her grandmother. had charge of the Tabernacle ser Oarbv, Annie flunc'an Mr. K. (I. tnwling. "r.. C'eon..M.' Sllcox Sllcox Delia Smith.Simmons J, C.Arthur. Fllonlk.r.o, B.

    and pets.Sistrunks'. Mrs. J.. 1:;: Johns, baked and vice. He Is Forbes E. Fuller of Iavls Davis.. R.t.i.clle.1. flsrby John M. O..". -n. E Smith. Junlus M. Stump MarjorleStarling. fit"V".", A. O.
    flarlv )'1'11. J"an nowlinIII' Mr.. L. Smith K.
    S. 8. Swindle Hannah Mrs V.
    Feed & Seed presented her with the cake. South Dakota. Mr. Fuller plays flavis mci Plnklns. L. F. flnIr155. Ceelle Hupp, Mrs. Leona Starling V. UStroman. Smith J. 11
    'halO 1I..hel'
    Store No games were played, because a Saxophone and leads the sing P..mor".t. V.rna :1.' Olnkln. Thelma Drady 8tacev Stern. W. A. "' Harrv TI Seymour, F)
    fl.nmark Claude Darby Mr. Chas Stern TeressaSuslow FIt Mr., W. S. fI.ymour. ,1r..lnl.
    Slarke Florida of bad weather but nevertheless ing. He will be at the Tabernaclenext Ben "S' ..roman..'....*.."0,..., W. O. 50oonPr ,

    all kiddies were very happy. and Friday night to assist In the E Smith W. P. Jr. 8trlnf,,>w. Mr*. Flhafkln'"V"Jan., .
    Manufactured By McPhail Jo her, music. The out-of-doors services Epp'rsnn W )1. ,"Sllrox Hepry M..I'
    when little Beverly opened F.lwsrh. J. )f. Jack
    Maker of Ant- F.1I1"tt.1': ''. 01ad7' Smith, J. E. Starling Roy Sale
    4, present she wa too thrilled to have been proving successful and Edwards F.oer.nn I."na F.d..Ardll. L"'lIe Edwr4s. W. A.
    fluble Mae
    Orlando Fla.We English T. n.
    ene.- l'.lwarls. Mr. T
    describe. the amplifying equipment adds F.dward.I. 1'... l.ll English. lA"na O. Csrrle Jr.
    I : greatly to the enjoyment of the Epperson. W. J. Jr. Edwards. Merrill Edward", L. R. Jr. Truby J. :J. Thornton. :\1...... Elll Torode. W'ite'i0 E.;"
    About 25 youngsters enjoyed Eppq.rson Dorothy Edwards. Mu. Merrill Tlsnn. SallleThompklns Thomas, D./G. Thomas tie SellS
    the birthday party with her. We r music and preaching. Lizzie Thomas. Mrs.' Olady Thomas' II'E
    i such The. Bible study at the Mission F Thomas, Elna H. Thomas. A. W. 'I'u'k..r, H. &
    : wish her many more happy Thornton W. E. Thomas. Cecil. Tucker Mrs.
    Hall next Tuesday night will be o'utc". r. A. Thomas, N. DorottlaTul..t. Jam
    birthdays. Fernandez. Isabell. Flynn' 0.... B. N. Thomas, Mr. Wlllei, 1/1'
    Wash Your Car For conducted by Mr. Gomes. Also F..rn"n". Eva F'rmzce. Annie A. Frlell.r. Jack Thornton Mary N.'le' Thornton.

    75c J. C. and Alvin Wynn were in the services Friday and Sunday Futch, "..rdle S. flynn' Florence. Fruchtman. David Thomas Thomas,,'' Robert Mrs. R.I*A.. Thomas Thigptri.. W.Oeo...W. Thompson ThomPSn.'Fhompklns. frr. Wll11.

    _ New River Saturday.Mrs. night at the Tabernacle A ques- IneaThorno Thomas. Mrs. Violet Thornton Br.ntii Jr

    If It Rains Again In 24 Wiggins and Miss tion box at the Mission Hall provides o .....t. Jennie Thomas, Elizabeth Thornton A' *
    I Floyd Tlson. Then Thornton MrTJiTownson
    Thom., n. M.
    Eloise Johns were business visit' interest in Bible questions. Orlrtln. '1'. .1. (2reen Inn A. Orlttl.. E. L. Tlson. Mrs. Theo Thomas, Ploy Opal
    Hours We Will Wash It The children's Bible study and nr..n. R A. (loodman. J. L. ( rlffis. Mr. Esther: Tlson.' JuliaThornton. Thomas. MalloryThomas Townson .tire'
    I In Lake Butler Friday. IriUln :IIaml E.
    ors na". A. .. L.
    Orlfrl. Martha Kill Mr. Hester
    song practice hour Is held every (2reen Mary E. n.y. Mr. Hazel
    FREE Paulln.Oa7.
    Again .
    Mrs. Willard Wynn of Ramp A.
    tlr.'en A. n. ..
    afternoon tJrsnt Ella
    Wednesday at 3:30.: The Gottlieb "am U
    ton anti Miss Pansy Thomas ofLake Or..n. .'annle Uoodman.
    b Mra.
    ,I adult Bible Class I is held at the (TriCftn. 1..lIa Orant. .10. Annie nottll..b. Ira. Sam f "low, John Uglow, Louisa
    DRIVE IN AND LET'US Butler were visiting Miss 4lru'.n. Lloyd 3.. Hr..n. A. Z. .
    on Thursday after Usegow Harold' ",nr..n. Alma V.nalll.lI.
    WI afternoon. (orltfl. Aned
    Eloise Johns Monday
    noons at 300.: 0111. ]Ira. Fay Iholson Mrs.. Laura Oaines. L. M. \'. Alonia Van HelenWarren Van Dlen dm
    FILL YOUR TANK WITH Mrs. Della Thomas and'80n I (115. Hr..n.'ar: Hr..n. Mr. Lucile H. Dlen
    IC Everyone Is Invited to attend Or..n. John It.

    THAT I'OWERFULSHELL Gun. of Jacksonville were weekend any or all of these services.TI1ERESSA nr..n. Floyd loodman W. M. Earl Hra7.(llbn.y Dorothy. .1. W. W *. &. }.
    loodman J. D. Mr
    I guests of Mrs. Thomas daugh. lraham W. H. Jr. (tlr..n. 1... C. Walnwrlfht. N. D' Ruchle' winkler, 8. II.
    Griffis J. D. Orlttl.. J. W. Wall W. U Warren. \
    Hr.ham. Alice F. WU"7, Jack C.L.
    Reddish Andrews. Miss
    ter, Mrs. Ore..n. 111'''. M. inca UrltU. .. Mrs.
    4 1% GAS 101''' J. W. Orandort. .I. B. White. O. W. Wlmb r'v. W. M. WI" )lr..
    Louise Lily accompanied them.N. irahem Moe. Hr..h.m. Nathan (2rndff Mn. Wainwright. \V. M. Wlmberly; KatieWiley Bell Waln'wrlghtvilla
    By Sirs. II. D. MayMr. Grifti. Wilbur Oaln.,, Irma Whit, u.o. c.WalnwrlKht. LotU .
    _ In YOU'LL GET MORE J. Moore. of Jacksonville, ( Mary O. Wiggins. Laura* Lee Williams, AmOS

    and formerly of Starke. Is visitIng and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and n White Ethel M. William. Fir.. 0..II1.'Ullamll.8alU.. '''.

    _ MILES PER GALLON 'lila grandsons. Junior and Infant son are visiting Mr. and Hoover J. C. Hartman 101.1. Harllln. T. B. White.William Noble. T. S.Ray Wall.0 Martha D. White DorothY JUt

    1. "Tinker" Johns. While here hIs I Ha7n.z. O. L. Hart Edna .. Wall. H. Wade C T
    I Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. Hull. :.11' Maria K. C. Ward. !\Ir... Carrl' ,< T..

    : spending some time with Mr. Mrs. W. D. Garrett of Mason H.7ne.Hemingway. E. W.F. G. Hall.Hall. 8b..lII.A. H. Haynes. Georgia K. Whites InaWalnwrlKht. WUkorskl. B. R.; Wade.Warren.Mrs p ", ,'
    Hu.h. Emma N. D. :Jr. Wzrd. C. F. Katie
    I and Mr. S. L. Crew Ga.. ia spending a few days here Hoov.r Etta )4emmtngway 1. G. Henr". A. H. Well Murl' Warren Jamell p..are.W.ln.rl

    GOODYEAR "Blue" Moody hasn't yet found I with her mother Mr.. J. P. Dick Hoover H.yn... Hope Della H.TnmIngway Holisendort .1..1.Sara Ha'n.. Sarah Hop. Wlnkler. Austin Warren Louis Wilson :l rl ,.aura
    E. Wainwrlnht U'llson.
    Harringlon E.:1.: :
    fi'Sl Mra. Mary Weldon. S. A. : Eo
    his heard about Hayes.
    car or anything L Ruby A. Haran Della GI.d,1I Wilkinson' A. J. Weldon. \Ira. Mary Wood. nl.nn

    TIRES;, TUBES It. It was stolen Monday night L inson.Mrs.. Pearl Bryant and son Hart Hoove.W.[Jon If. Houston mmln'a7.. Annl. Hunter E. D. Williams Nat Olady Wood 3.iarthmEd"1"' r.

    two weeks ago while parked In I Walter visited relatives here over How.. J. B. HolI.nd. Basic Harry f)H.. Hanl.on.Harrison Mra.(I. 4 G. I. Wiggins Williams Orl Louise. Williams. palmer MaryWilliams WIlliamS.Wainwright Williama, H''Ipha tlrl 1.
    AND BA11ERIESGAINES front of Mr. Shepherds filling the week-end. Hutto Hutto w.I.....S.4 S. Hz.n Clifford It. -Iagan John 1.. Blanch Ward W. J. Walthall. J
    Hall John A.
    station and store. Harrell. V. B. Williams A. B. Ward. AIr.. t>"lll W1IIIL F.d1D
    Mrs. John Jordon Hutto, Edna
    spent Sunday Hall. Mrro. E''.'. Hutchinga. T. M. William. Oertrud Wa'de"' W. H. Williams.Welnwrtght .

    t Joe Kelly Is Ul again this week. with her; parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. llartmaa H.r'"....n.Albert. M. D. 'Harrell.Ilunt.r .).,[.1".a, V. B. Hut"hln.. 1011''' Anjits Orac Wise, C. L. Wren. Mare I( ''e 0-

    We wish him a speedy recovery. R. Swindell. H.r.".... 3011''' )4. B. Hodar. Mr. W. M. Hand.lman. James Wilson Jo... E. William. Fred Wllllam-! *,;' *

    in SERVICE Mrs. Mary ClUIOn is spending Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thrower H.Hou.'o.......... l')II'T.'. 11114a Harley. Abbie JL Holling.worth C. Mildred Wills Wilson. Mrs.flea Florrla Weeks Williams Smith Mr. Mary Wh Wal..h.te. WIWzrri'n ? ,.B.... ....,.,...:

    I .STATIONOn the week with her sister Mr' and son. Glen. 0 f Jacksonville H.roUnllf. Un. T. D. Jlo.II..awopth.hughes. Jerome Jam.'C. F.-'u".I. Irving' Mrs. Annl Witighami. MaCge. w ..th.rabQdr'. "
    Harrtaon Fyank Warren M T. WlilIWarren
    Rhoda Dowlln were visiting at the home of J. J.Zelgler H.mmi.t''. FIn.. H ii.on. Woodrow Whlvham. Mrs. Eola
    Holt..n"nr' Harrison Mra. Ellaa- Albert M. WainwrlsJhl. Ja*. R.
    : Temple Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richardson I[ recently. }Holt..ndor'. Ethel Ben Hardy.>linnn. Chaa.)1... Reba Jr. beth

    i and 3 children of Glenn St. Marys' Mrs. Sam Simpson and sister,, Hanltln.. ."Ck .faaltln.. H. (. Psrtman Hartman T.oyre. T Fan"l. .I

    p' :I1t Hunter 1I.n.: Jande'man. Qertrudea Eddy TOil"",. Theodore Mrs. H. H. Young Young. M'n.Herman Cdr.a H.k ToonJ'To.ng. Willi. ,..

    4 ,.

    29.1911 A 291941GB

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    Bradford Hardware Co., Finds Many Ways i

    To Be Of Help To School Children I IIn I

    J ef J, I few wa> If any, do the nixed that no ttiuurnt can be expected Monday September 1st.

    :ouiitry folk have fewer advantage to keep up In hi* work unless I .

    than their neighbor/ from he U given' good lighting

    the town or I'Itltll the advent faclllllr i I Pure Drugs, Intelligently Administered

    r automobiles..chOt.III. good came cliurche good. roa.I.\\ Boys: who are Interested in 4-H I Are Vital To Health Of Children I (.'IIOI.CT

    h work will find in the Bradford
    1 term hom..,.. :*;..\t week n, IL M. will enter
    Many of the honesal'w /
    Hardware Company's line the I Your rlilM Is not nere.swrlty child.: U In perfect liealtli. All we

    hutheir own water and fine bole and farm Implements dull merely' Ixxvauw he seems toretarded I curt do In that cane Is to Invite upon what mlht11.t'., .
    to bo the
    prows greatest year
    lighting ayMteniN. that are ao necessary to success !N> In MM, otudlrit. It him to drop In after school for a .

    s The wonderful l new AlUdUi. In this very Important work. Our may be merely physical. not mental refreshing drink or for a health. In Its. hl..ory.tt..nIIaR.." will !l
    I doubtless\ reach, Its highestpeak
    Lamps which are handled by the farmers and their children should I lit all. Pei-hapit It I IN, bin ryes. ful dish of Ire cream that will
    Bradford resulting trait the Influx
    Hardware Company add get the habit of buying their Implements or hit lonnll. or teeth or any one help to furnish the energy he
    of rroldontH Into the Ulan-
    to the conveniences of the farm In Starke where they of a hundred things. that U. keeping need for those long hours of new
    home ding area. County school flnunre -
    especially to the schoolchildren can be bought just aa cheaply as him from devoting his play But In any event, we wantto .
    are Ronrrally li. prov 'Hl,
    In the home. "They give If ordered! from some big house' In strength and energies. < to his MUdle he of any service that we possibly -

    I aa Rood a light aa electric lights," the North Mr. Carlisle stated 1 ... If any of these thlnlC" areboth..rlnJ can: whether In time of and topping\ / all bright proopcclA -

    raid< J. B. Carlisle, owner of thestore that he is prepared to meet all [ him, you should conduit sickness or In lime of health. I* the, promise. of .-:00.000(
    In Feil l last week "a n d make mall order prices on all quality M reputable phynlrlan.. The matter of physical. l examination
    I school facllltle In SUrke. '
    studying at night a pleasure merchandise. After you have done that. then U MO vrry Important',

    rather than a painful duty. They In closing his cuanlon of the comes the question of a GOOD however t li a I u" mention It liens are a few Important
    como In beautiful designs that add opening of school. Mr. Carlisle drug store. If the doctor finds alt..ln.'f'r)' often, there are lit. fart" concerning the openingof

    to the attractiveness of any room, mad a plea for co-operation durIng that your children need a tonicto lid thing/ the nuttier with a child KchooltMonday I
    Jt'e s and can be had very cheaply." the 1941-42 term "Progress build up their constitution, t that cannot IH dliwoveml. exc'iil ptembrr I Student
    Alladln\ also makes electric lamp"I'or under doctor'. Lo not !<_' KO to their' olUMMiMMtM at
    Is the result of working and pull. other medicine! or helpful drug, a Pjf.
    y I the convenience of the many o a. .... for 'o""III""on of registration .> ,
    :ng- together whether it's club then come to Carpenter's Hcxall 'patience with' )our child' txrauwhn 4
    farm families who instructions. .
    are now en'oylnij Receive
    work church work, or business," Store where all prescriptions! U making! lv l gra4lr In ,..'.hOtII.U. '
    the benefits of tram, h..w'I..r. No
    : Rural Electrification honor room
    he said "It's asking too much of from the largest! to the IImldllt.are .
    or Florida Power and .lnnllt do hit bet work unless text harks, "Issued' this luy. Ui<*- ', '
    What a thrill! Two Starkeltes the careful attention -
    OFF TO SCHOOL young ---Joan our teachers to turn children over given very
    | tight service. Ken-Rad electric he I is in tlie best of physical mlMpd at II a. m.
    skins and Marian 'McFUe-demonstrate how they'll look a'lhead to them lock. Block and barrel that they deserve. !
    I'ght bulbs are sold in Stai'ke only make real I Of corpse, it may be that your condition. Tuesday !4fopt..ntbPr :2Reguhe e
    for B H. .S. bright and early Monday morning: and expect them to '
    ey I by the Bradford Hardware Co. men and women out of them without cljMM begin at 8M: a. nu '

    u prices right on a level with No opening exrrcl..*>* will be

    ugh & Learn I the Inferior grade bulbs. the child's the heartiest parents cooperation of The Educational Value Of RadioIs hell |MTUU of ln.ulmiuite, fact-

    Park Theatre is;,pry school boy or girl who Of Increasing Importance To Students lilies. for acnonuiimlatlng parrots '
    "With a liberal! application of
    tirei on the farm .should bring and pupil.

    School open Monday. You hU or her parents. to the Brad- co-operation we can make the The student In nchool or the schools of the air, me actually First faculty meeting will lie '

    ; jour child to learn all he .01'11 Hardware Co., and show 1 19ll-42 term the moat successful adult at home who wants. In. kerpAbreaitt assigned an clasn-room work b) held "' 1U1I"1..,., Auguwt %0. at

    bt can from whatever sourceperkslly them these m..r'elou.III1"ln we have ever had," he concluded. of the tines. ran 110 more I many teu'chers. Thus todtty we 8:30: p.. m. y ', II

    tiling which are Liunpn, for It l.. generally 1'f'0IC-I "Let's do It!1" jet along without M radio these. find radio serving a double significance I'lItranc'fl1f"1': A child must i d f y'

    !rIaL Vuuur boy and girl I .iluyn than he can without his, not only entertainment bet 3 yearn. 9 month. of .p a

    more through the eye and 'poke and newspapers.School( but education as well. And rightnow before ,being allowvtl to enter
    Good Pure Milk Is The Best Food For All
    I than I In any other way- and items Monday, September. 1. and the news! broadcasts heard public. nrlKMtl. |'.rftnt. having I, 1

    (do you and I," said W. N. From The Cradle To The GraveThere I. <}. Denmark, manager of the every few hours by radio become beginning children are to produce d

    Ion this week. nmark Furniture Company, In the pages In history books tomorrow birth certificate. a* evidence I
    Is-only one food l that, Is local said/ this week.
    can travel! b y merelyding llcitNKlng. the.. educational valuef of child's age. Yl
    the price 0 f a Parknee used continuously from the cradle I "They are expecting their children ) the radio lust. wrek, ....ld: Ktery liool-BK"/ child .should' .:lIt rani'" pxamlnatlon. for

    [ ticket-without buying a to the grave! Everybody knows to do their best work but are! "The progress of the radio In. I huvo the itiUuiiliic of hMtlng ht. students who have done special
    what that food It! It's MILK! failing to furnish them with the
    but ef- month
    to the uttermost ends of Bushy In building" small work during muiuii< r
    et e st The purer the milk the greaterthe perfect food that is so necessary own room r<|,iil|>p tl with a Mile .
    earth! Our latest newsreelsthe ..cao I Iclent sets solves a problem for will) IM h.Ion.II8V. nfterniMtn
    boys and 'girls through distance between the cradle to their growth and good health larents of school children. Kco.omlcal : net. of his. %cry unit and l :Kir.winlml !'4..pt..II..r 1, at ItSOu'clock.mviM'LINO : .

    r. and the grave! The more Impure "Milk Is not a luxury, -It is a ..Dlnllrl' l"'I'I'lIt.. DialMitnll i
    tries, show them peace and as they are!, they now put
    'I milk Is the shorter the distance Mr. Peterson con-
    and modern Invention.ey the necessity vlthln reach of every family the "",c''llt'nl radios. can IMiM .

    sport nee and hear the famoust between these two points! "The price Is cheap when xxslbillty of providing the school iht+ for a.. little. a* $10 or $12.
    What lathe then? stop to consider, all the wonderful child
    Disney's 'silly symphonies' answer you .hilt with his own radio net Imagine/ the delight of your
    t milk from Peterson's results that milk brings be If >nt<.Nl. him with one ofthoxn
    ]cli make them laugh and help Buy your vhll the large family set may you pifMt
    their wits for the battle Dairy Peterson's dairy Is noted about In your children. Good 'used! by mother and dad to |listen i wonderful little Inotrumi-ntu.

    rpen out In real life. Also for the wholesomeness of Its milk. health is cheap at any price! It to the''programs they enJoy" At the beginning of the new Mchoolyear s
    with leading A STUDY In laclal contrasts: What great Importance milk assumes Is mighty poor economy to do The popularity of presentdayradio Al.. Imnglne the cultural

    (.yother comedies the moat famous (Above) Lyle Anderson Is shown at this season of the year, without milk to save a few cents Is given credit for having advantage that will come to him 1,

    Indians i played by the screen. aa be might look coming up when we stand on the thresholdof and have to pay out hundreds of enhanced childish Interest In good) all the result of the fine program I

    on from a dive In a last pre-school another school term. dollars later on when your child music. Then too some Hint come, In over the air during

    ey also see many tragedies Kingsley Lake dip. (Below) Wil- "Mothers who do not order a gets in a run-down condition and I tike l historic prolramll'l every hour of the day ''Cr';

    use, which they as yet can- liam Anthony Andrews Is the has to have the doctor.

    fully understand but which epitome of gloom as he sits on regular supply .of milk are .dolng I "A very significant report was ---- '.w.

    later life will help' them oval the curbing in front of B. H. S. their children a great Injustice" recently released by the A. A M.\ r"Rrr. ae-r"" 1 Warm Lunches

    py rough place There are and thinks about-guess what! Frank 0.. Peterson, well-known College" Mr. Peterson stated. "It :'," rrvr"t Ward Off Disease"Even ''t'
    y pictures that teach the showed that boys and girls who I ..t

    drtn things that they should have milk regularly Included In "' grown-ups, who have done

    'abut which are not taughtherereal I Id their diet finished school two I Iyea.rs all their physical growing and '
    educational pic- ahead of those who do not '
    of their mental still
    I' perhaps
    S with superb educational __ hive the benefit of milk.
    e have desire and great need for '' er era
    t "I take great pride In my
    (Bring them to the Park the- warm meals. Much more, then
    dairy and the milk that Is pro
    ft. and let them become'' well- I and In school
    should boys girls
    duced there Mr. Peterson V
    del and well-educated Indl-
    "All I ask you to do Is to give who are growing bo'h mentally
    M and be real citizens of the
    Id.' .. our milk a few weeks' trial and\ and physically have hot meals

    then see If your children do not ;" two or three limes each. day o

    & P" Means preterit to all others. Let me N rM It I I.* a guest deal l l more trouble,
    .start this week leaving you a quartor
    N and nearly era. mach r'|x-ii..e, lo
    ality Foodstuffs more every day see YOUI'children
    wild your. child' off lo wlnxil. with
    do not come through/: the!
    cold lunch under his arm, a.. It
    [ you visited our fine newon a winter in better health than ever a .
    the corner of Call and t before. Milk Is cheap Insurance K to .semi him with.. 25: cent, to 1. .
    rry streets?" Mr. N. N. ,Pre- when It comes to protecting them Iho Guidon Grill and let him go

    t to manager of the local A & from, sickness and disease." away rrrrvulifil and able l"beard <> Fl'ND! mad
    tile lions"-Caesar. : Clcrro\ ,
    store asked last week. !-"Yes A telephone call to 174 will start it necessary last year for students
    e! But Geometry and nutnrlry-"ln
    we don't
    want you just deliveries at once. \to perform minor Janitorial -
    their den!t.
    pay us a visit occasionally. We
    We do not pasteurize our milk : sees a+erI'KT1t.CLL ( duties. Here you see how
    eit your regular patronage," 1ri y This special 25c lunch IM a nonprofit
    I because It destroys .20 percent of -- -
    A &: P IB. now equipped toe orSli meal being offered by the beauteous Geraldine Silcox looked ,

    you the be>.t possible. nervice.owyS << all the vitamins. PasteurizationIs OUTLOOK wasnever management of the Guidon Grillat emptying a waste paper bas

    .. I Be content with done to destroy disease milk germs. brighter alt B H, S. noon only for the accommodation ket. Improved school finances J-
    |II1 but the best In Tests have shown our cows launches Into Its 1941 season of students.
    [ very clear of all disease germs. will eliminate the necessity. for
    ". If you are, you are certo with the entire 1040 squad back It would be tragic If, In orderto such tasks

    Rive the A &: P the bulk In harness Not a single first- save a few pennies on a meal, students performing +

    fiat tad. trade. Watches Are Ideal squad IOHH. L. H. Harper for your child should have his resistance during the 1941-42 term. .

    And now that school Is open- Put Your Child's College EducationIn Gifts For Students mer Tornado star shows how It lowered and become a preyto I

    Monday call on us to help you Your Budget Today-Insure The Futurewho should be done., Look out opponents the ravages of disease. Kcono-

    'It out the needs of your son We're glad the boy. and girls mire on !house rent wearing ap- !

    I daughter I am sure you will "In this advanced stage of the cannot go to college because I are starting hack to school. It is parel and. amusements. but never HLa: s

    t to get the habit of visiting world the young man or woman of lack of finances are the many always a grand sight to see themIn Keep A Record allow your child's physical and

    l1arly our fine new meat mar- who starts' out In life without a children who are forced to drop, mental development to be retarded

    f, We carry only the best college education has a handicap out of high school every year because large numbers marching down The Snapshot Way because of lack of sufficient I

    t<1e of Western of the death of a father: the aisle to the strains of martial meals. Bend
    meat"ellKept scarcely hope ever to been born warm appetizing
    :.hat he can In their and Many persons have
    Jos. E. Wilson who failed to carry enough insurance music, dressed caps I worked hard all him to the Guidon Grill where
    )overcome says down to listen to a Into the world
    Hair rtth the H. C. Wall Insurance adequately to provide for i gowns going word of advice from their lives, become famous and suitable arrangements can bet I
    after his departure. ; few parting made for full meals at reasonable
    is so keen his family full and
    "Competition a
    Prime Ygency. educator and receive their died without leaving '
    Importance Industrial world The boy or girl who la forced to some of prices 1
    I n the modern diplomas aa they "commence" life satisfactory, : written record h
    OJ!, It your learned professions that quit school at an early age and work adequate photographic -
    hair gets down In and In the In real earnest, their or
    ''I/ eyes' you can't lee how to without a college education a man go to work IH placed under a I Is willing to likenesses behind them so Lunch For A Dime .. .t x ofe
    Mv. that he can never overcome The Gem Jewelry I
    r.' Not only that but or woman Is almost doomed to handicap that posterity might know more
    We would not en- At
    t matter how hardworking bide Its time. Jerry'sTo
    'lOOk no
    80 well t friends failure." Intimately their liven at different I
    bo your student to come around
    YI or girls teachers, or any B. H. S. opens Monday. September or deserving he might be. and courage engagement ring or ages and their activities. at various the hoy sod nlrl of the'
    to see buy an
    F "It U an Inspiring sight
    elsa girl finish This I III mistake. !
    or great
    And If youf hal 1. Let your boy stages. a
    and girls turn out for wedding ring until they have been llradfonl Illgli School! Mould you
    P the back of the High School and then go Those who come after us
    T r you your and the opening day of school but graduated and perhaps even finish how their rather have your parent iiprndI5 '
    WIll be self-conscious. to some first-class college well. There Is time / to know just
    college at
    everybody university If you unfortunately the picture has another looked and wrought preparing you a cold lunch or
    the ones
    Will want to pin even on to enough for that later. But they great
    ./our half With baby ribbon. can afford It. And you CAN afford and not so bright misfortune a side have friends who might like to along the way.Bradford I spend the sane' amount for a 12-
    I1, wouldn't like that.- would I It. If you look forward to It when we consider come to the purchase that kind of ring. And High School opens Inch HOT hot dog and a glass of \4n ,.

    well and plan for It according to the that wilt Inevitably children. then you know we have other Monday. Wouldn't you studentslike milk or some cold, refreshing soft

    you d"n tiiju have to co that suggestion of Mr. Wilson. homes of these I I rings! How about your birthstone In later life to be able to rink? lit me Bite you M tip!
    y unit" "There will never' b* a more opportune
    her want to.. AU "If the parent upon the birth time than right now, on or some other nice ring? show your friends just exactly When Mother and Dad ask you -1 :

    0 to is to K to the of each chill" "Mr. Ull* >n ad. of another school year, And. parents how about purchasing how you looked away back I In the what -you want for lunch just
    01' the
    It .T Bra"Word Barber Shop vlavd. "would lake! out a small eve mother and father to I boys or girls a nice year 1941 A. D when you were a brighten up and say, "Gee, Mom -
    I'M' fur :Mr' educational lit or her ...lu- for you your I student In the Bradford High I I just
    M ESpark.* or policy In and dl.cuth security watch so they will\ not be late to want to go to Jerry's
    "'tlo bashers to remedy then ration would be ..."11....... And the of com child's future It.* so school. Or a lovely necklace or School In Starke Florida. U. S. LOVE hot d )gs- -I mean of

    d'EY' for you. .And believe you Increased earning power of a lioy your to make sure that your boy some other nice piece of Jewelry A. course Jerry's hot dogs! And

    I Sally! know their bar- or girl with a college education easy will have' the benefit n We have everything In jewels. In \\by not mart right now to keep "Pop." you can get a hot dogA
    ( and girl
    and, after you ao there would. more than pay lor,,,uc'h a .lnc tl.. and you are the latent style. We also do expert an album of all your high ocbooltutlvltlnt FOOT LONG for. a dime And

    'St,0.h. way t.o yon friends.. "It policy within a few yoar afterthey a college e Inhmtlce nv If y 0 uneglect watch repairing, and ear- the napthot w.yf You It's all "doctored up" with mustard

    Inns, now?' graduated and started to doing a grave solicit business. Call will find you meter' had MI much chill sauce and everything
    Aso, I Invite you to nestly your
    eke r by the way girls they work I I bv thJ our duty.office or to call 118" on us when we can serve you. fun In your life and In laterpears goodt "HOT DOG!"
    you look even prettier "However even more drop your picture record will !M! -
    you ...aM.I .
    now are! tunate than the boys and girls Mr. WIIon GIVE YOUR CHILD a typewriter a treasure that gold cannot buy. IF PRICE must be a consideration

    COOL and watch his grades Im Let the Bradford Photo Shop then delight your boy or girl

    I.\ SUPPLIES-C a r d-I l ALL SCHOOL EVENTS coed YOUR CHILD'S education will prove. See the new Remington (next door to Western Union) take with a "Kemotte" Remington

    second sheets mimeograph Let us furnish I not be complete unless be reads "Streamliner"! at the Bradford you* pictures, or develop the ones portable typewriter. Neat com GLIDING: AGAIN the destinies f f'

    foikm'tarbolpaper.' India ink printed programs. materialfor his county newspaper. Do not County Telegraph. All the "ex- you and your friends have taken. pact standard keyboard. And the of B. II. S. will be popular '

    r., rubber bands cem estimates on all printed i( him this advantage. If you tras' of''a large machine at the How about your camera and price Is only 32.SO. Can be purchased E. U Williams entering upon '
    type41rlter entertainment i deny
    tablet dances athletic events ? Come In and see on time. See It on display
    pencils moderate of 949.SO. Can be camera supplies
    let price
    us place I
    i subscriber,
    II1any and economical are not a bin fourth year as principal
    and at other Items may be *, etc. Quick purchased on terms: $3 down $:i us just any time. We are sure at the Bradford County

    ierraph.the Bradford County I Telegraph.service.-Bradford County once.-Bradford( a month. we can be of service to you! Telegraph) bert.

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    AUG291941 1 1
    t y


    of Washington D.IC. | Mrs. T. H. Slade and children Mrs.
    Dr. Ilaynes InjuredLast Christian Churches I News 1- Jack Halle, Tommy and Joan, who have been CarrIe Ritch IIItd
    4dt : l P Florida State Farm ., expected to arrive tomor-, Ritch, spent Sunday!

    x Friday evening between 6 To ConveneA row to spend a ten days' vacation guests of Mrs.: Slade's sisters vllJe with O.. III J

    and 7 o'clock Dr. O. L. Haynes, I I I with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P.Carpente Mendoza, and 111o
    dentist, had two convention of the Christian I Ay !Wins Mary TownsenJSKV BRIDGE PARTY :
    or three ribs G, Haile. As Labor Day guests /. returned Monday to
    Churches of Union and Bradford club met at 'I't
    The local bridge )
    broken when the Ford car whichhe relleve
    : FOR RED CROSS Mr. and Mrs. Haile will also have their home In Baxley, Ga.
    waa driving collided with another counties. will be held at the Christian I the home of Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and daught-ln-llJwt, Misery of ,
    Tuesday, August 19, a groupf 21. their won
    afternoon, August
    Ford driven by a Mr. Hodgea chuichiat Hampton August Thursday Mrs. Woodfln G. Halle,
    Mr. and
    : miles Southwest atout 23 local women met at M.S. L. F. Chapman won the i J. II. COURTMANCH
    ew of Starkeon
    30-31. Wm. T. MlnHhew will preside the club house for the purpose of andMass Jr., of West Palm Beach. tid
    h + prize for the highest score Watch-BIaker 7
    road 28. The two boys In the i I II
    over the body, and Leon Hall awing for the Red Cross. Mrs. the 666
    Ruth Hershfield won &
    car Haynes--O. L. Hay- will conduct the Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis returned -
    singing duringthe local
    of the
    /. Bradley has charge: No,
    nes, Jr.,, and John Andersonwere bridge pilze.Later I I after spending D
    convention. Tuesday
    t work.It .
    unhurt, while Mr. Hodge had In the afternoon, Mrs. several weeks in Ashevllle, N C.Mi YOUR HOME JEWELER Try "Rub-bly. Cough
    I r, n, bin face scratched up and was After a 30-mlnute song service, was reported that 23 dresses Wiggins served refreshments con I i q

    u otherwise slightly bruised. Mr. the opening sermon will be delivered have teen completed since the stating of a salad course and Iced I -. and Mrs. C. P. Curtis of .ts
    by Rev. J, N, Daughtery at work started here. tea. Members present In additionto --
    t Hodge lives out on the Theressa week-end guests of
    "' 11:30: ( A. }I. Saturday. In the afternoon named, were: Tampa, were
    were those already FUNERAL
    e road. Dr. Haynes has been at At noon those present I' Mr. Curtis' brother-in-law and DIRECTOR
    horns since the accident, and expects Saturday a devotional will terved a delicious covered dish Mrs. J. O. Godwin Mrs. O. L. Haile. Yeurs
    n sister, Mr. and Mrs. W G. I My May Erpertenea Make It Possible
    ((1 fop
    be Walter
    conducted Mrs. Mrs. MS
    by Mrs. C. O. Partney, M
    luncheon.Mr. Kelly,
    ,to be back In his office to- EFFICIENT, PROMPT and
    nn day. Griffin, following a brief song ser S. E. RItch, Mrs. M. E. Griner, returned COURTEOUS: SEaVJt'1
    vice, after which a business session and Mrs. R. L. Robinsonwere Mis. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. Bryan Miss Evelyn Stump MODERATE PRICES
    According to Dr. Haynes he will be entered into. At 8 week-end visitors In ,Daytona Wh'tfield. Mrs. Robert Kite and Sunday from a vacation trip to DeWITT C. JONES
    headed toward Starke when New York, New England, and l
    was P. M. Saturday a sermon will be Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Starke Florida

    P j ,' aP '1p M(. Hodge pulled out of a filling' delivered by the Rev. W C. Burton Mrs L. Bates has returned to Canada.

    1 y utr ,station just ahead of him 'headed e ler home here after upending. sev- Sapp Bags CoonA r
    Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Halle -
    In the 'same direction. Dr. Haynes -I Sunday morning, following a ;ral weeks In Jacksonville. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.J. w. CLUTE-REALTOR""""
    as guests
    naturally supposed that Mr. 'I song service, the address of wel- Mrs\ C. A, ,:McCrea who has sort of "family"been coon or J. Davis and daughter, Miss F. H. A. LOANS
    "house" has troubling
    Hodfee was going on down the come will be delivered by Mrs. T een visiting in North Carolina, coon
    Nell Davis, o f Rutledge Ga.,
    road. He slowed down for him C. Chastaln, and the response will stopped here lest. Sunday on her some of the neighbors In Starke Miss Fay Hollia of Atlanta, Ga., We want the listing on your property I

    to straighten out and, Instead of : be given by Mrs Fred Dodd. A vay to her home In McInto recently. He was not wild enoughto not Airs. Roy Dial. Mr and Mrs. Jeff We have some wonderful properties for
    coming on toward town, he sermon will be preached at 11 After .. with her run away, and yet was sale
    : spending .td day
    IIF Ga.
    tame enough to stand still while a Dial, all of Albany, Sae us about your Real Estate Needs
    headed right back acrosn the road o'clock by the chairman, Mr. Min- parents Mr. and Mis. J. A. Bou-

    it ar te Into the filling station without shew, followed by communion. A ler, she left for her home Sun- t'ellow went off and borrowed 119 E. CALL STREET ['1105TQ

    making any signal. Dr. Haynes' basket dinner will be served on day evening ,accompanied by her gun and learned how to shoot. Dr. Purdon Murphy
    struck the other car the at the hour. He had been ""making himself at
    car finally grounds noon rir: children who have been vislt-
    and some damage was done to There will be preaching at 2 'ng with Mr. and Mrs Bouvier horn')" at fames Lewis' house DentistOver

    both cars. p, M. by some guest speaker, and :or the past few weeks. several nights I City Drug Store SH"

    ,v'' k V'rn JMOIITH OK APPIK'ATIOV-I.I the closing service of the convention Mrs. V. N. Geiger and son, prowled But either around he or the a home friend. of of Bill his Corner Call & Walnut *- '"* i
    will be the o'clock
    roll '1'''\ IAI.EP ,8 preach 3radley, of Jacksonville are visit- often. He had (Former Location of '
    (senate Hill No. l :3NOTICB > ing hour Sunday night when theRe Mundy once too % ;
    I H HnitBHY tilVRN.: ', Fred Dodd will bring the Ing Mrs. Gelger's parents Mr been there four different times Dr. J. iV. Ilrownlee)
    of Tax
    Oasklns holder
    That T F. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.
    Certificate No. 81. Issued the 7th. metwage. The theme of the con stealing chickens so the other Office Hours. 9 to 5 >
    Ip'' o r 'r 'dr dl.M day of August A. D. and 1939.has has madeapplication filed vention is to be "Forgiveness." Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwelland night Bill's father-in-law, Bennie Nights By Appointment \ >ute&fcU

    d i mime In for of I sx. deed to be Is- children, Mary Jo, Lila Rae Sapp, shot him down in cold blood ,. J U<, .e..laewarJ lie sued thereon. Bald certificate embraces RISING June Peggy and Frances, pent and that was the end of his Phone 33
    the following d..crlb..dproperty last Sunday In Mlcanopy. visiting Starke, Fla.
    el In the County of Bradford By Mrs. II. II. Lewis thievery. SUMMER
    State of Florida, to-wlt: I Mrs Caldwell's brother. Lawrence -

    North half IS Twp of Lot 6 22&S.. In II. Wood-n.1\:., Mr. and Mrs. H. H.> Lewis and Mack. Miss Mary Jo CaldweU: Misses Evelyn and Marjorie
    lawn Bee. -- - --
    .containing B Acre, more, or I.... I Reed Lewis were visiting Mr. and stayed there for a few days visit. Stump spent the week-end on a

    JIb erty The, under assessment the said of the certificate sold. prop-Issued I Mrs. Bishop Thomas of LaCrosse Dr. and Mr*. R. P. Stubblna, Jr.,I house party at Panama City I 1 Shoes SERVICE

    was. In the name of Unknown. Sunday. are spending their vacation at Beach. Made l
    shall be
    Unless said
    l! nr'i' redeemed according to law t he ]Mrs L.' L. ,Conner and daughter Marlneland.Miss '
    ', 1It e'+ property. described therein. will the h. Elna. were visiting Mr. and Ruby Jewell Thornton of Mrs Ethel M. Biggs and daughter .ike New SPECIAL

    courthouse old to the door highest on the bidder first. at Monday Mrs. W. C. Conner Saturday \uburndale Is visiting her aunt, Dotty Sue. and Miss Abbie iIl.
    month of October 1941, returned home the first
    In the Mrs. P, S. Crews Harley
    Mi% and Mrs. Aaron Fouts and
    8th of October
    which I I. the day of the week after spending awhileat I
    1941. little son, Joe, were week-end Jimmy Brown Godwin has returned -
    Diited thin. list., day ,of August/ Blowing Rock N. C. On their
    : guests of MI', Fouts brother-in-law to his home here after
    e 1941.(OFFICIAL 8KAL. A, J. Thomat. I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. visiting relatives in Jacksonville return trip they also visited Mr. I
    Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford and Mrs E. F. Call at Charlotte.N. .
    Lewis. last week.
    County, Florida. 8-22 4t 9-14 is rememberedhere I '
    Mrs. Call
    C I l.,
    Friends of Mrs. J. H. Hundleywill
    Miss Rosa Mae Norman of Winter
    In Circuit Court, Bradford County Haven spent last week withNOTIC' be sorry to learn that she Is as Miss Vivirette Floyd. i iI
    zr', 5 1I"10rlda-ln' William J. I
    h In Jacksonville hospital having
    t' a
    t e Thorogood, Plaintiff, vs Carrie Lee .. Mrs. G. C. Livingston, of Tampa \ Adjust Steering Gear
    t'IV 1 ''' OFKOIl "PP.\.O. .
    ( I
    1 on Thorogood Defendant. On Monday undergone an operation onday.Mr. Don't wait until your shoes
    i TAX KKII: this week Mrs.J. Clean Battery Terminals
    the 6th, nf October, 1941, the was here visiting
    defendant, Carrie te Thorogood, Is. (!senate Mill IS.. 1ld> and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins M. Mitchell and Miss Lucile I are entirely worn out Have Brakes
    required to appear to the Bill filed NOTIt'K IS HISKKBY! CJIVKV.: 8r!: are visiting their daughterIn them repaired now and Adjust
    against. her herein. This order. to That A. B. Currency holder of Tux Tallahassee.Mrs. Mitchell. Line Front Wheels
    be published once a weak for four Certificate No. 20, Issued the Tth I ave the money you would $3.9
    consecutive weeks I n Bradford day of August A. D 1941 ban filed E. R. Redding and Mrs. pay for new ones. We give Rearrange Tires If Needed
    '7, 4; T CounTelegraph. a newspaper. same In my office and has madeapplication Mrs. Tillman Hutto and Mrs.
    P. S. Crews and son, Spencer,
    IV S1 published In eel<{ Bradford County. for a tax deed. to be I... S. Hutto spent Monday In I you savings and satisfaction Clean Fuel Pump
    (OFFICIAL SEAL) A., J. Thomas Issued thereon. Said certificate pent last Sunday afternoon at I with quick and dependable Adjust Carburetor
    Clerk Circuit ,Court I embraces the following described Beach Jacksonville with Mrs. Mabel Den-
    a Starke. Florida, August, StSt., 1.41. I IsII property In the County of Brad Hampton mark. service. Call to- Adjust Fan BeltAndrews
    ..iU 4t ,-tI ford State of Florida, to-wltt Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thorntonand day.
    1't d en i HE*14 of NEl Section 33 Town children, ,Melverna, Charlesand -
    Bradford hip 8 South, Kane 110 Kant, NOTICE
    containing \
    In Circuit Qo County
    Dewey. attended all day .
    Florida.-In Margaret 40 aoreemore or lees. Notice Is hereby given that the Motor Co.
    Marie Ward. Chancer'l'.'Vs. Joseph L The asHessment, thll t..sid, orbprty church services at Swift Creek Board of County Cominlsslorters Hdllin sworth ,

    tILs day Patrick, th.Vmrd.> Ith day defendant of October. On,*Mon-141. *.sued under wax. In.the the aald. name certificate ot- Ellaa Is- last Sundg r., . of Bradford County Florida, will EI4tric: Shoe Shop .;;.".:; y Ui &.. Starke, ..t1 I rld i.I
    Wllaon E> returned
    the defendant,' Joseph'- Patrick t.l7nle Mrs Lj A, Shepherd hold a meeting In the County .
    .. _
    Ward who. residence la I I K salde.rtiflcate shall be : Oppoaite r'aric Theatre -- "" ----
    home after Mr .
    uaknown(1 Monday visiting ;
    Is. required to appear ( redeemedaccording to law, theprop..ty. Commissioners' Room In the T. 1
    nrp filed against MM- .herein. "This ., deserib.dthereln will.b. and Mrs.., :J. Fred Williams In County Court House In Starke, '
    ----- :
    order to published. once a week" old to the highest bldd..r"'at therourthouae Rmggold,Ga. Mrs.. ,Shepherd also cI : -- "
    u Florida at 10:00 o'clock-A. M.
    :t: for four consecutive weeks In nrad.i 'on the first Man-
    ford County Telegraph, a newspaper day In the month of October, 1941, visited friends. In .Chattanooga September 18th., A. D. for .
    x.a Subllshed In said Bradford County which la the 8th day of October, Tenn. the of complaints, Y'!
    August Slut 1941.! 1/4l, purpose hearing
    t 3n (OFFICIAL, HEAL! ) A. J, Thomas. Dated this 17th day of AuffUat.lOFFICIAn Mr. and Mrs. W, N. North are from owners or agents of Real
    Clerk Circuit Court, 8-J3U 9-12 to/1, vacationing In North Carolina.her Personal '
    Estate the SPECIALS
    flEA A J. Thomas Property FOR ONE 'WEEK END ONLY
    n Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford value of which has been fixed by
    In Circuit
    Court. County .
    ol, Florida In Chancery Jewell ford County Florida. 8-2 4t 9-19 mother, Mrs. J. E. Norman. the County Assessor! of Taxes ..

    plaintiff vs. James Matthew Lord FOR ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and Accepted by the Board.
    defendant on Monday the tat day CITCOI'NCII.
    of September 1941. the defendant I have been In your fine town. made a business trip to Jacksonville Given by order of the Board of BIRDS EYE
    James. Matthew ford Is required to only a short time, but long ennnuh Friday. County ComnrJssioners this 26th
    appear to the bill filed against him to vote and to climllfv; for office I
    herein.. This order to be publishedonce I am a property-owner here and am Miss Irene Lewis spent last day of Ai test, A. D 1941.
    ee .a. week for four consecutive. fremedoitiily. Interested. In civic nffnlr week In Auburndale and Lakeland A. J. Thomas, Clerk
    weeks In Bradford County Tele i Therefore, when a numberof
    r irranh. friend visiting relatives and friends. I 8-29 2t 9-5
    w, a newsnaper published In mv beel ed me to run
    dolli said Brnilford County. for the office of City Councilman
    (OFFICIAL URAL) A.T.: Thomas. I unheHlatln. followed their advice FROSTED ,FOODS
    Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford. ,, and solicit vour vote and In.
    County, Florida fluence In the City election of Sep
    1 Starke, Florida August Kth. 1941 tember 9.

    JOB. F..:...!.:"Jo-Jo":: ) Rabeck. SPECIAL. THIS WEEKat

    cLXssiiSFOH [ED ADSDally Deliciously FreshSTRAWBERRIES

    RENT-- -room unfurnished cash market for cattle and

    house, hot and cold water. Apply bogs Auction sate every Thursday

    Tv at Green's it ore.. it beginning at 2:30: p. m.

    FOR RENT One 3-bedroom Columbia Stockyards. Lake City W/-----y
    Fla. Phone 481. See .
    or write :J.
    houae. well furnished. Gas
    0 1 D. Odom :Jr., p, O. Box 247.
    stove, refrigerator. Inquire 608 Starke, Fla. ...
    W. Madison St., Starke. 8-29 2tp i
    0, DENMARK'S ?"
    FOK KENT Corner Bedroom COTTAGES on

    with beautyreat mattress. Lake Santa Fe, S miles east of .o. Box 22

    e Single. Apply one block north Waldo. Electric lights run- .

    of American Legion Home.- ning water. Inquire Lewis 121 .
    CALL ST.
    Mr E. :J. Dowllng. Starke. It :Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla.

    tf Baby GreenLIMA Bo
    FOR RENT furnished 4-room

    t w apartment. Also 4-room unfurnished 2000 OLD BRICK' WANTED _

    i houae. F. F. Flume. Need not be" clean, Will pay BEANS : 21

    It cash.-E. L. .
    Bradford .

    FOR RENT- 3-roora furnished County Telegraph. Per
    $1.50 Buys
    apartment. Desirable. All ,con i
    ofRED '
    n venlences. Adult Also furnished .. SALESMAN WANTED: .) Po
    6-room cottage.-Mrs. L. GOOD OPENING IN Bradford

    M. Clark 1 1.2 mile out E. Call County. Full time route selling
    t. PERCH ,24 2 2WE
    St. Starke. tf Rawleigh Household Products. :; "
    Start now. Must have car. Get This Group .
    n FOR SALE-Electric butter klat! more particulars. RawleigVs, .

    :peanut roaster; originally sold Dept. FAH-223-208. Memphis

    err for $215; will take (73 cash.' Tenn. s-23 4tp

    r Guaranteed as good as new. Inquire I .

    at Telegraph office. 2tp UNIVERSITY OF FLA. student,

    NICE FURNITURE for sale. No with car living i I In Starke CARRY 45 ITEMS IN BIRDS EYE

    dealers. Box 431-A Starke wishes" to contact some one 1
    needing regular transportationto .
    Fla. FISH
    Gainesville to' share expenaes. AND FRUITS

    trlat ath FARM FOR SALE 18 miles Richard Morse. Box 1 COIL SPRING

    Sr from Starke and one mile from 725, Starke Fla. ltp

    YJ rsi Lake Butler, near highway to

    i, Starke. 150 acres of cleared WANTED Small furnished COTTON MATTRESS

    n etn and timber lands, two good apartment, or share house: or ft.----- ...
    ?t. r springs on property and 5-room room and board for middle- 1 BED SPREAD (Choice Color)
    s le house. Reasonable cash price. aged couple. Permanent. Address

    Write Lucretla Anderson 111 : Couple, Box 431, Starke.
    1 ,.e S ; ruS rM E. Second St., Live Oak Fla. lIp 1 Pre PILLOWS 17 x 24

    or 8-13: 3tp BOARD WANTED-In reliable A.

    FOR SALE-One purebred Po- home for 2 children 7 and 1 M. DARBY'SPhone

    unn land China gilt from World year old respectively. Call Mrs.T. .

    r Championship strain, weighing J. Burbank 048. Guest House .
    roan between 250 Iba. and 300 Iba. 2, Camp Standing. ltp SEE THESE AND MANY'OTHER
    Will farrow within 10 da"ll.Two .

    rne young purebred Poland YOUNG' "MARRIED LADY-wants BARGAINS THIS WEEK 77 212 Call St. Starke, Fla-

    China males.-Luc Ian Conner, Job a J office girl, file clerk. 'or

    t atet e Route 2, Box 123 Starke. typist.-Box 588, Starke. Fla. I

    0t t 8-1 4tp Itp I

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