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: September 5, 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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SEP 5 1941

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AMP re ation Center forBLANDING BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, Sweetest Home Strawberries of the i tlr

Official This Side of Heaven I

SIS1Y'TiKICIC County Publicatib'r3--Established In 1S77 4 4LUh

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SEI"Tio\I:: et 5., 19-11
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- IBH.110 o Register S. 'Starke I School To Get ;$111,801-First I It Florida Project M LMHEK KOUnTV B {11yco ] I IFloyd

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I Will Provide Building and Equipment i

r'41- 42 Term r' For Additional 500 :;:: "
o $
White Pupils i
imdford High School got off

load start by showing_ anal After much labor
l attendance by the third day letterwritinar.virepullin travail, plotting and planning;
>r-and no doubt
L. Williams, principal some prayer-
710 the
newer bigger. and better
Bradford High School
ed Wednesday. Five new sured. is aa.
hen!! and several new courses There in: only one more hurdle to jump-and S.- E.
add zest and Interest to the chairman of the County Hoard of Public Instruction
and all those who have
helped in
,[ this year. the putting Starke OIL
'sn Marcia Sparkman of t educational map-are so accustomed to high jumping;

Kyi-hills. U the new home eco- Stay-At-Homes Have It 'Easy this that last it will be just "another incident" in their lives and
obstacle: will be,
teacher; Mls Bonnte Bur- *v overcome. '
: of Tampa, teaches 'typing Hornsby As their less fortunate comrades In khaki fight red-bugs and Out of Congressman Lex Green's: office at Starke, and ;
rtortltand; Paul v- Parks of poison oak In the wilds of Louisiana these fortunate stay-at Negro StabbedIn simultaneously out of the Washington: offices: of Senator ',3 I'tll','

park N. C., is the new coach ,homes march_ along the Camp Blanding shore of Klngsley Luke, Charles O. Andrews and Claude Pepper. Tuesday afternoon ill'' !
I teaches English; Miss Phyl- Killed By Auto making arresting picture in silhouette. From all reports the ':ame, the: glad news that "the,1 I I I I'! d i

nard, of Hastings, teaches Blanding troops will be mighty glad to get', back home next Reno Jook nrst project approved in Florida '
rat business, typing book- m'tnth. ya under the defense public Seeks To Fill

log and commercial law ; I II Floyd Edward Hornsby 37-year- works program, consist of Lex's Place

) A. W- Bate from State I old farmer of Starke, waa Instantly ... About 1 o'clock Wednesday school additions and altera-
i teaches algebra\ and planetry .' morning, Heyward Williams, colored lions in nra ford
killed Sunday morning at Dont Forget County at t1 4M. yv .r. w
7:30: o'clock by ao Automobile : ,, Watt stabbed to death by an estimated!' cost of $111-
eking of the new courses of- Everett Morris, negro, In a new"jook" 801."
this year, Mr., ,Williams driven by Wm. P. Carlton, of City Election Congressman
Next on the Standing road In Green
\; 'The home economics work 6910 N. W. Miami Place, Miami, TuesdayNext Reno.'According. that this is from explains
about two miles out
on the Pa-
I be more complete this year J'r
k two-year course Instead of latka highway The funeral was Tuesday is the dayl I <' to Information re- "money coming through an
'held at 11 A M. Things have been tclvod: ,, here Williams, a former appropriation authorized by Ip
We are stressing academic Wednesday at so doggone quiet, in;spite of the bootblack n
nea and cutting down the Kingsley Luke with the Rev. El- large field of candidates that we're reminding; you to at the City Barber Shop the Lanham Act for the relief.

'j that has been laid on com- bert Bowers, aaalsted by the Rev. drop around to the City Hall on September 9th and casta being full of liquor, had been' of towns and cities 1
L. A. Donally, officiating. In- ballot for the candidates of choice.A trying all through the night; to acute congestion r e 1 ,
al I subjects your atari I
o a fight with somebody. Finally from
terment In the large
was Lake i
Kingsley Army
Ti 8 greatest need In the InAction grand total of 850 voters-the largest number he began throwing bottles at "
field" continued Mr were Cemetery In charge and of a r De ran Witt gementa C. in Starke's history-are qualified for the fray, and the Everett "Morris. II e knocked !activity."This He further :

am, "18 vocational agrlcul- jones. number of candidates bidding for office i$:the largest Morris down with one but on the expenditure
and wood and metal shop in recent years. But in spite of these facts the expected way down Morris struck him with a 16-room annex
i First and second year Mr. Hornsby Is,4 survived' by his fireworks fizzled out before it got'started good a knife. 1 existing building or
Iniib father and mother Mr and Mrs building and
Is being offered and plane | and voters to doze Williams. ,
are apt through the whole thing unless was rushed first to
|merry for the first time In James Hornsby, of Starke; five 1 additional 500 white
Dr L. H.
someone keeps reminding 'em. Jennings' home then
Pronjj.ses.( plat
brothers, Elmer,' of Jacksonville; One other thing Wand
> years I forms and cigars have been on to his office. According to
Herbert of North Carolina; Russell conspicuous by, their ab bangs the additional\
[> Parks laid the first Dr.
Jennings, I the negro had beenstabbed
Wilbur and sence. _fIn thin "
Markley Hornsby amount, !
practice Tuesday but says the race for you'll chose between N. 1> In a lung and was I "
I ; mayor : stated $Tfl. Ol In a I
r boys school from practice now every on.day"I -I ; !. Waimvright Jr., incumbent; W, M. Edwards, and C. A wound breathing Instead heavily of through through the his grant and, 139,000: U a ,
George Barrough, Green Cove Futch: I Iloan." The method ''
jik we'll have a good ball club nose or mouth. He also bled |
year," he said Wednesday. I Springs; and Mrs. Lester Hall, From the following field of seven you'll be allowedto quart or more while In the office.a .loan of $35,000 may be

[course, the coach doesn't like Starke. register your choice for two councilmen: O. L. Bean- He pled in'the doctor's office, and ; has not yet been de )

ixut. A new coach from an-I It was stated that Mr. Carton ley incumbent ; Charles A. Darby A. J. Green A. E. was taken to an undertaking In discussing the matter ,

!/2 sect 1 10 n of the country "almost killed his father and McKinney, J. F. Rabeck Carl Ritch, One Wiggins.( establishment In Gainesville. day with 8. E. Sparks, I
n't know mother In trying to avoid the accident Clerk Carl Johns and Marshal the County Board '
bow strong his op- City City, A. L. Alvarez Morris, a son of Joe Morrlsr a Instruction, and
lent* are, and in He apparently appliedhis unopposed but their will J.be the bal. Sanford
might get a are names on veteran employe of the City of and Forest M. '
I never like to talk_-! brakes suddenly in ,an effort lots and you can give them a complimentary "X". Stark, Is being held In the : architects Kelley,
idly too early.*? loot h ti-r to \keep from hitting Mr. Hornsby, Polls will be open from 8 a. m. to6 p. m. at the county Jail here having liven nary plans for the up i I I
dI who was walking in the road. Butlnatead"'of"gettlng'o .
Coach Parks aPpeats,to City 'Hall., i2 himself up after the murder, ac- was brought' out that "
t"of the t
|i' ,man of action rather than Mr.: .Hornsby ,ran right in, front way, Inspectors will beJ.. L.. Peek, T. .& Williams.' 'A. cord'ng' to Sheriff A._ 0.. Andreu. would be done until H !
and recalls the '
"Let bid pro.* of the'car, according to reports. H. Johns, W. II. Graham and R. A. ,Newsome. nouncement was ,, I
not him that '
putteththe Drivers Licenses the authorized "i
harness boast The car turned over and was }j
as him that
rah greatly damaged. No arrest I New Now OnSale with suggentlons as to '
It off. Charles Parker, Perreault Leaves Secretary procedure

rked on: "We'U the team have last a real year good re- was held unavoidable.made, as the accident was I Legion Center Elected For C. of C. Last year, according to a report At ,the II am e time

a this year. Most of the, old I I Though leaving Starke to accept The Starke Chamber of Commerce from the office of County Judge' dentist County's approval project there :t
>tra are back" InnBan.lJiscusses E. tC .
Perryman 7,481 automobile ,
a better position as superin- has been administered a additional defense ,
I la
tere B. the H. S.1941: football ached- Gas Tax Law tendent of Gold Head Branch distinct shot In the arm-a hypodermic operators' license were sold In projects approved I

: 26-Green Cove 'Here State Park, Clayton L. Perreault -and Is showing signs of Bradford County, without taking o99,29l, "to furnish
,George Inman of Starke state Into account chauffeur's fare and safety facilities ,
,3-Fla Schl for Deaf _'There representative. In talking thisweek i presented another Saturday night returning life. Its new president, fense workers and I

W-\7ildwood ________ Here about the new gas allocation I program at the Legion Recrea- George Manansu, in a new broom The first day and a half of the personnel." Among army the :

-Alachua There law passed by the 1941 legislature tion Center that surpassed all and shows symptoms of being the sale for the 1942 licenses showed distributed over 13 states I

24-Reddlck ________ Here ; said It was a good' law. others. kind that will continue to sweep that 76 operator's licenses bad territory as announced
", -Open Day. "I was opposed to It at first but After a bingo game. In which clean. Rpbert Satterfleld, Its'new, been Issued. by John M. Carmody, t

T-Hastlngs ______ Here: when Governor Holland showed the winners received prizes of executive secretary, I. making Drivers' licenses for 1942 went works administrator, :
M-Boles ,
,. Military _. Here me that Bradford County would snapshot albums, ash trays: cig- plans for a live chamber. i on sale her September 2. Holders ersburg Ala.,

28 2l-Jasper-Montlcello_______ There make more money by the new law arettes, diaries, etc.. a delightful They recently made a survey of; of 1941 license (Including out sewage system
_-__ Here than the old. 'I voted' and worked. monologue was given by Miss the business district of Starke' of state) may renew their licenses $240,000; and Tullaboms

l for it," he said. Mr Inman also Christine Rlcketson con treating and found 217 different businesses! without examination upon presentation water and sewer .
ool Board 'went to Tallahassee a week or I romance in the days of old. with within the city limits, accordingto to the County Judge's of don and Improvements, ; ,

fet This Week two ago along with State Senator romance today. A second nwJLoober : Manassa. This in contrast to fice. Starke and Bradford ) 1'

Hal Y. Mains, A. J. Thomas In negro dialect brought galesof approximatelY! before the Blan Persona applying who have fortunate, and should .yall..ble.'I'. i

A few little "odds< and end and W. M. Edwards in an attempt laughter. I ding boom. never had a driver's license or courage, sine there are I

taken care of at the regular to secure Immediately I A "sing" was led by Mr. Per- ] The new office of the Chamberof who do not have a 1941 license eral other project !
leg of the County Board of Bradford County's share of the reault. with Walter Walsh at the Commerce will be the old will have to take an examination the offing.

Ie InstruCtion last Monday- gas fund. piano, and Claude Alvarez played Armory, above Sternborg's store. given by t h. Florida highway Coin and Kelley. I
day B, H. s. opened _all But there la! one thing about favorite tunes for the boys to The D. A. Douglass Construction patrol examiner. Person apply stated Wednesday that 'I I
tier( matters having ,been which Mr. Inman Is deeply con- wind up the program. Co., of Orlando, which Is building)I I i. ing for a new license will{ have to be from four to five )

d of at a special meeting cerned, and, since the same thing Miss Nina V. Probette. the cen the new Florida Theatre, has been furnish their own cars for the tore plans and '
week before.S was discussed at length In the ter's chief hostess, wan In chargeof engaged to do some work there drivers' road tent would be complete and .

Board unanimously decided meeting of the Board of County Saturday night's program, assisted making the office habitable at a : Children 14 to Id years old will bids from contractor for i

i.t Bill Parrisl drive the bus Commissioners last Monday, it by Miss Louise Horton and cost of $90.Camp be Issued a limited driver's IIcende. Bradford High School.
E e ,In Brooker District brlng- might profitably be discussed In Miss Flora Padgett. Application for these must

the high school students In this connection. And that la the Staff members and soldiers Theatres be signed by the parents. Limitations COnBnBiaaioneraMet I. I .f

Brooker one Junior High School subject of "so-called defense alike\ regret to see Mr. Perreault Being Constructed are that they have to bo This WeekAt '".
Id be month, after which It. roads" in Bradford County. leave the center but are happy to I accompanied when driving by a ,

decided whether or not I Communications were receivedby know that he has a better position A $407,000 contract for erectionat person who has an operator's IIcenie. the regular meeting
It route should be retained.' the Board both from Thomas and wish him "luck." Law- Camp Blinding of eight large They are limited to a Board of County ;

urea Wolt also decided that the I A. Johnson chairman of the State I I rence W. Morel. Mr. Perreaulfs theatres w..' awarded Wednesdayto speed of 33 miles per hour and Monday the following ; ,
Lee route should take la .Road Department. 'and from' assistant, will serve temporarily the Means Construction Com- for operation only In the county were made to the pauper ;
Crosby home .. soon as I James R. Stockton: member of! a* supervisor. pany of Jacksonville by the War In which they live. They are also Mr), A. ),1. Rowe $::5 per ;
-r-by I bridge wa repaired. the department, to the effect that I''I Department through the. Fourth limited to daylight driving only. Mn. Annie Aldredge. $

to SUperintendent was Minor no assurance could be given alto Church To Enlarge Zone Constructing Quartermaster, Junior operator's licenses are Liza Hall, $::5: Mr. Arl :

tlnr a stake arr n* ments for when either or all of the so- I t Educational PlantI The theatres will seat a total I tho s e license.a for persons 18 $::5; Mr.. Matt! Wllker
Qlerly driver| for the route called defense roada In, Bradford of about 7,800 soldiers, and will year old and younger and thaappllcatlon.e Th following were raised

derhUI designated a. the Oliver County would be bard surfaced. I Considerable activity Is anticipated I. be of frame construction, set on for them must be amount act oppoalte their : '
route that the Board of signed their Mrs. Annie Mae Gulled, $ ;
Board They suggested at the Starke Methodist concrete foundations. Two of them by parents or guardian
unanimously granted COUbty Commissioners proceedImmedl.tely Church within the next few are to be equipped with stages, I and can be purchased for Norman, $3;0 Mrs Lroa
Priest t o secure optionsrom $.6O, with limitations thee $3.
"!-{- a year's .weeks. A building committee footlights and dressing rooms. on a*
Qeal absence, upon her own : owners of land traversed by[ has been elected and plans practically stated above on the ones 14 and The noard also ,
The The new buildings replace
gyp' > Board also agreed I said proposed defense roads thereof but be completed for additional three tent theatres, seating ap 16 year old. following applicants for
Strong an that actual purchase pension:
Per month space in the Education plant. proximately 2.000 spectatorsapiece. Regular operator's licenses will
ra II1Ile on bus route for deferred until Congress designatedthe Work is expected to start within The contractors who received be sold to those person 19 year Leah Nettles, Nlnle !
Board l8. f roads to be hard surfaced the next few days.A notice to proceed with the old and over and can be purchased Mr. Neta Johnson

of set the alary of the specified the priority of these cordial Invitation Is extended work late \last week have already for $1.00. Chauffeur's IIrenMC Wllkorson. Mrs. Ida
Mary B. H. S. at 150: per said roads and made the necessary to aU services at the church. The started preliminary operations. will be sold to those persons raine Carter, Annie Mae
that ot A. W. Bates. appropriations for the ; 21 old and over Julia Crew, Lena
years "
.!'tant schedule for next Sunday is as : They will build under sup al1l.l1 '
1)0 nH' and band leader, because the State Rood Depart follows: ervision of MaJ. James R. Run-can' be purchased for U. O. Each' Calvin Prevatt, B. Couey,
t:1Of1th.: The Board also ment was without fund to do driver's license must be signed by William. Mary
to School 10 A. M. dell, constructing quartermaster.
take care of the doctor this work and had to depend entirely I Church I the purchaser In the place designated Jon, Frank W. ,," !

Gersonr-amOUnting_ to $5-for -James upon federal appropriations. Morning Worship-11 o'clock. ,. on the license for his or Cora Strickland Nona
RemodelsMrs. 1
Mrs. Pearce
**n whose COllar bone was The message: "Communion Meditations her signature at the time of pur A. W. Douglas! Maggie'
La'41ey High School. Green At Rotary munion,"Service.followed by the Com:I : Bertha Pearce .Is spending' chase. and Nettle Moody. ;

$1,200 in remodeling her large Every effort will be made to The Board wa advised
rtrtil1/e/ Pay Congressman Lex Green Club was The Youth Fellowship will meet borne at 305 West Madison street .peed up the handling of the sale B. Colson of Brooker

!i1JOQ guest speaker at the Rotary at 7 P. M. In addition to a general renova- of driven' licenses. The full cooperation vanced $300 to the
Burney -
city Council appmred before Wednesday and gave the an war enlightening situation The evening worship will be at tion and repairing, she l is having of the public by early munity center, that
f at the Tuesday night In discussion of world to- 8 o'clock. Sermon subject "Neg five bedrooms and a bath added. 1 purchase of their licenses will amount formerly
CUY'I streets five men who clean throughout the isolationist lected Opportunities." R. K. Mathe & Son, who have already -. give greet help In avoiding congestion the budget for that I I

tti4 one. and they were day. He scored the the Prayer Service. Wednesday at added so many new build- during the last few day was decided to
day'. who oppose
' overtime pay block in Congress for 18 P.M., InCa to Starke, are the contrac: lot September as the present II- CoUon for the amount ;
>,ham Work bocnUle:. of their lon political President's reasons.foreign policies II I G. C. Powell Pastor. tors. I cenaes! will expire October 1, 1941. by him when funds are ..


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t f The Bradford County Telegraph bound government to preserve from\ extinction.It -personal I .liberty and free I Russell Kay concern peal Petals, Hopkins; ; Japan Vichy confers expresses ignores with our grave Sta-ap- I Hampton Happeningsby '

b + x.&bu.bed 1877eobllehed becomes clearer as the months roll lin; Roosevelt talks with Churchillso -
.... I
-- -- talk, notes !
that President Roosevelt and TOO LATE what? Talk Bin. M. W. Morrow CnRISTINUEllSG": '
Weekly on Fridays wad Entered tut &>0- on SecretaryHull and

Mid Clam Mutter at the Post Office at 8trkn! Fba.ft were right in their appraisal of the TO CLASSIFY and nonsense more, that'notes what, all It stuff Is. I HALL-WILLIAMS MARRIAGE ', The Christian .

ft ___ .. world I Mis Geraldine Hall only 5th meeting fur
SUBSCKI1TION KATE situation. Certainly, the ultimate Wave heard, a:lot of talk lately "You can take It from me, of 'lira. Eliza Hall of Sunday Conference
triumph of Germany seems far less certain bout both civil and aggressive action Is daughter: with great
Yearly 91.75; Six Months .I.OO- "morale, gentlemen Hampton, and Mr. Marvin WllLaaui success. p j
a today than it did a ago. England is nllitary. We may be rich In na- what we need. A few flyin+ fort-, tendance, moderate
year I I ; '. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams -
MlflLK THOUGHT still and lonal resources, we may expand: !i I reeves over Tokyo would do more united in good fellowship westhel,
i ; ;I carrying on boldly defiantly, more thousand of Hampton were, together
the a
factories and increase production good right now mating
r "All our fathers were under the cloud, and 'marriage Wednesday night, August better than
confident today than at any time since the we may outstrip all other na- notes, that's my viewpoint. That's,< Rev. Sam I, Smith 111 11&1
all passed through the sea; and were all baptizedunto j 27, In a quiet ceremony preformed -
struggle first began. The real weight of .Ions tn quality and quantity of the kind of language and the only !)' First Christian Church
the home of the Rev.C. .
1 Moses in the cloud and In sea; and did In the ot Ca
I )ur armament a-yet, lacking; kind they can understand. We vllle was
American war production is just being felt present
A. Warren, Alachua.
all eat the same spiritual meat; and did all drink Sunday
morale," flnJ u r. e Ives"Morale" been In' our oil on I noon and
stIU o pour
the same spiritual drink; for they drank of that in England. Planes, guns, and tanks are Neak. troubled waters now for a longtime The bride was lovely in a'crepe wonderful gave the|] confers
spiritual Rock that followed them; and that Rock going the Atlantic in ? model of soldier blue with ac-
across ever and what has It got us The
\IS the. keystone of our I I cessories to match Mrs. Williams \ next fifth SUnday
l I was Christ. But with many of them God was not numbers. The R. A. F. is carrying out its national defense.' Without it our Then there's Dakar, the Azores wail graduated from Bradford Is In November .

1 well pleased. for they were overthrown In the task of bombing Germany in superlative whole effort la but. an empty ges and the Canary Islands, to saynothtn' High School!.,. Mr Williams Is City Christian ClmUTHIS Sa
r wilderness.: :ure, a house! built on sand: It of Martinique. What are an employe of the Southern Bell
fashion and by next year, the combined waltln' for t The Nazis to take I W KEK AT
:8' the Intangible product of a we THE
Telephone Co... at Camp Standing
? American and British production of air- 'em without a struggle so we can i CHURCHES
France Has Indeed Fallen factory that employs every! man Mr. and Mrs. Williams will
planes will far- surpass that of Germany.The woman and child In the nation; a TRY and get 'em later on, the make their home I n Hampton Baptist.Rev C A. W.
Into Evil Hands Pastor
: product that emanates, from the HARD way? Action, gentlemen, week's In Morning and Even!
picture is satisfying, even hopeful. Best after a wedding trip ",
A short time ago, in the beautiful, historic heaits and minds of a hundred action Is what we need Another the southern part of the state. ship
r of all, a new spirit of defiance against the toil toddy, Mr Bartender and I
ind who
thirty people I Ml Hardin
French town of Fountainbleau squadsof
Nazi conquerors seems to be sweeping ,n its production every hour of not so much bitters my good C. L. MAY TO HEAD CIVILIAN Monday; visiting Jackionrtn

workmen went to work on a, wrecJdng through the countries which were ,over-run the day and night man!" DEFENSE: PROGRAMC. I relatives In HamptonI old friend

1ob. That job involved the tearing down of by Hitler's legions. Its raw' materials are the dally "But Colonel, don't you think L. May, local merchant has I Mandy
been selected to head the Bishop
and this would be In a more Hampton and
I hough ta and actions expressions -I country Corns, have
;wo huge statues. One statue was of a President Roosevelt has never waveredin of all the people, high and favorable position if we could stay ''Civilian Defense Program. home In Port St.returned to

great Frenchman who had fought for de his conviction that the cause of the democracies low rich and', poor, strong: and I out of the war and bring about a This Is a non-profit organizationwhich and here for !several Joe month after,
will aid the
mocracy-Marshal Lafayette. The other would ultimately triumph and it weak. Its character, Is formed by negotiated peace? "You know maneuvers and army also train navyIn civilians I Mr. and Mrs. Olie! Pterc
the bellowing blast of the Isolationist Lindbergh says -
statue was of a great American"who led a may be said with accuracy that the majorityof the calm studied appealof "Lindbergh, BAH!"-snorts the In the art of home defenseIn Pierce's Saturday and Sunday with

victorious democratic army-General JohnJ. American citizens now hold this view. a president, the sharp tongueof Colonel chokln' on' h I III toddy. r I case, of Invasion. Members who 1. Ill mother, Mrs L, G,P
will be recruited this week and at her home In ,
Pershing. an arrogant officer' the sob "How can you negotiate a peace u
will be held for train- I Miss
meetings Ophelia
of an anguished mother, the rant. with a rattlesnake? Look at Bryan pen!
There is'a tragic symbolism in this. Peace Discussions Are Futile Ing of the labor agitator, the sneer France and Holland and Belgiumand ing purposes. The first major week-end with her ,!Inter
it indicates how France has Until British activity will be reporting direc- Blanche Perry of Jennings
{ i completely Victory of Industrial. tycoon. all the red One by one they (
tions of fliers.
l! deserted the democratic way of life, and "What kind of peace is going to come Stirring; ceaselessly in ics seeth- found their PEACE, and there are night I I berry Mrs.Is Theron Stewart of
A ing caldrons are every emotion some who would see America fol- FISHING TRIP A SUCCESSA visiting Mr and
embraced the doctrines of the total state. as out of this war? That is the question often Glenn Stewart
known to man: love, hate, courage low In their footsteps." deep sea fishing trip which
,7 1 laid down and enforced by Hitler.It heard even when the Battle of the Atlanticwas i selfishness, fear, faith, greed, Over the back fence Mrs. O'- took a party nearly 40 miles out 1 f' Mr. and Mrs. T. K Turnu

is generally felt that the great bulk at its height and even oftener now that hope, distrust, confidence, terror, Leary passes the time of day with Into the Gulf Monday returned daughter, Marvel of Ufa
of the French people hate Hitler, and pray the war in Russia is reaching a decisive II peace. The character and quality Mrs. Flanagan: "Sure and I got I safely with good fishing luck and Miss., and Mrs. W, W, Eva
of ,the fabricated product Is determined a letter from Michael today, very little sea sickness. Capt. Hattiesburg Miss. spent 1
for allied victory. But, so long as the present point. week with Mr
t by which of these Influences him that they took from a good Skipper James Craft was In and Mrs. (
Vichy government exists, there seemsno It is an interesting question. But pos dominates the mold. payin' job and put In a uniformand charge of the cruise and the following Harper. While: In the itttt t
? t : other course than to regard modern sibly Prime Minister Churchill's answer is Every spoken" word every all they've learned Mm in tin people made up the party: visited Silver Spilngs
t printed thought, tends to build or I Mr. and Mis. Purvis Hazen; Mr. Mrs. J. J. Boyd of Jackie-
months Is how to peel potatoes. -
France as ,an ally of Germany.The best-the time to talk of is when the
peace .
"morale. Ideas, > and Mrs Wynn and spent
destroy opinionsor Faith, he learned more about Lacy ; Major Sunday and Monty
hope that General Weygand would war is -won. Right now the war effort demands beliefs gained from the radioor flghtln at home In one day than I Mis., Endicott; Olin Beadenbaugh; friends in Hampton,

eventually'refuse to use his great African all thought and action. press, across the brIdge' tableor he's got In the Army. He says It'.I M L. Watterson and son, Frederick Thornton Johns, who bu
1 o to help the Germans is, in, the view of Though the United on the street corner, from the all brass-hats an' red-tape an' 'a and daughter. Dorothy and working for the Southern
army is not
an public platform or over the back waste o' good money an' time." Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. They road in Richmond Va. li ]
most experts, futile. The recent appoint- active belligerent, the words of Churchill fence-all play a. part.A And from hundred million I I met O. L. Harrison and son. Junior for a short visit
so a
ment of Admiral Darlan as head of French have equal significance on this side of the cabinet officer, clothed with of Wildwood at Homasassa The 6th, 7th. 8th, and
throats words of fear and
defense shows the way the wind blows. Dar- ocean. Even most isolationists admit that questionable authority, calls a come and left from there on board the. grades of the Hampton J
alarm, of and askance, I I boat.
press conference Issues! a warn- question fishing I
Ian is anti-democratic and Nazi. It will the High School spent Thursday,
pro- survival of the United States under its 1
threatens down. A
ing, to crack of and faith and calm
29, in Gainesville
gust whenvisited
I J. L. of Is the
t Ogden Pompano
not come as any great surprise if the present political and economic depends congressman howls for Investigation. -
system I
assurance-the ebb and flow of a guest of his brothers J. H and educational exhibit
tot 'French fleet is in time placed at Hitler's British-Russian Telegraph i n a t r u m ents features.
w, upon a victory. Obvi- mighty tide that can make or George, and B. Y. Saxon.
i disposal. ously the important thing is the victory- forth click the radios news blare, and presses con.belch You break a nation. Idle talk thoughtless I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Voyles I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mi
have moved to the .G. P. Wads- of Gainesville spent the wet
everything else can wait. and I, Ill-informed, arrive at an utterances, are of times) more
worth apartments from Galnes- with Mr. and Mrs D W.
The Glitter Invincibility The collapse of Hitler means the collapse opinion based on half truths little harmful than harmless Weigh I.I.vile. i

Has Been Lost By Hitler of all the dictators. The collapse of If any authentic ourselves Information with conviction Then- well your words lest they bring Mrs. Joe Day of Plant City Is son.C.. Vining of Camp Blti
Whatever the final outcome of t h eRussoGerman the dictators we express comfort to the enemy. Rememberyou spending several weeks with Mr hurt on maneuvers In Lout
means the elimination of all at the Rotary luncheon or In
and I, along with a hundredand and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. spent Sunday with Mn I
War, there is no doubt that those powers that threaten United States the council chamber. thirty million other Americans Mr. and Mrs Carlton Chastaln Vining.J. .
Hitler's ,mighty, has lost the shine of Consciously or unconsciously we are moulders of the national .
!:1 army security. Japan in the Orient, Germany and were business visitors in Jacksonville H. Saxon was t bui
Influence others. We each have
invincibility by Its failure to the "Morale." Let's make and keep it Thursday of last week.
mop up Italy in Europe-these are the nations that our orbit, even the most timid STRONG. visitor in Gainesville Satui

1 H4'V e.r despised Red legions in a month ,or less. must be smashed before there is any talk and humble. Someone Somewhere, Lakeland Miss Jessie Is spending Mae Brannen her'' twoweeks' -of Miss Marlon Johns iptoi

Because, incredible as it may,seem, that was of.peace. They must be taught to respect accepts our opinion, passes It on PINE LEVELBy vacation with her parents week-end in Lawtey WIth
Jewel Carter.
the private boast of the German, war lords. treaties,' to live honorably and at peace with clerk to ,others.shifts The her gum weary and counter says: Mrs. H. M. MeR s Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen.MUw ,

'". Before hostilities commenced, they predictedthat their neighbors Elizabeth Noonan spent INDEX: CARDSSI -
to consider the rights of "Ain't' it awful. Maine, the way A community basket dinner was the week-end with friends and RULED
the entire Soviet war machine would small nations Only through defeat will they're shovin' this country Into enjoyed at the home of Mr and relatives In Wildwood. per M-BRADFORD COt

crumble like a house of cards under the they learn ,these lessons. war?" Mame takes a poke at her Mrs. B. 101:. McRae Monday. Ice Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay and TELEGRAPH.In .

furious assaults of the stukas and the pan. forelock and concurs: "And me cream was served In" the after daughter, Madge, and son, Elmer, Circuit Court I. Bra
What wifl come with peace? Will% it be with a boy friend In the Marines, noon. spent Sunday and Monday with County, Florida'-In Chancery
zers. Three weeks'was the usual time span just? Will small nations again be guaranteedthe its terrible" she whines.In Mrs. Early Lewis of Groveland Mr. Gay's-father, C. D. Gay of ren Ruth Ackerman Adel Bl.xk..Block.dffcnilM-plalnlU 1

: they allotted for this particular military right to exist? Will the four freedoms of the tap-room his old Colonel and Is visiting Mr and Mrs David Savannah, Ga. Monday 1941. the, the defendant 8th day, Rnl of 0>
Stoopenbend sips toddy
operation.The Eugene Chason and Claude If ink
President Kelly.Mr. Block, whose
Roosevelt be put I into effect extols to bystanders as a man' and Mrs. Arthur McRae Durham spent Sunday visiting /In required to appear lo Ih
i, fact that Hitler's time-table is off throughout the world? Such questions can- who speaks with authority: "It'sa and J. W, Buddlngton were visitIng points of Interest I n Orlando, filed be agairmt published her herein onc t Thnto RN
schedule is hardly significant in itself. A not even be taken up until after Hitler is lot of nonsense, that's what it Sir. and Mrs. M. J.' McRae Oviedo and Deland. On the return tour consecutive weekein B'
few weeks less not be decisivein I., all this fiddling' and fol-de-rol I Sunday afternoon. trip ,they visited Eugene'saunt. County Telegraph Brailfo"Htnrke a no"(
+: more or may defeated. There will be no justice free- published In Bald
i 1 no while Rome burns. Washingtonwarns Wayne McRae and Lavon Crosby I Mrs. H. D. Burton of Crescent Florida August It"OFFICIAL
determining the fate of nations. But the dom; no small nations, not even any peaceif Tokyo; 'Mr Hull Informs are 111 with measles. City. ,I ( 8RAUIT"Court) tBJi "
important thing is that by their stiff resistance he is triumphant- Clerk of Circuit

the Russians have shown t h t'Iitler's a An allied victory means survival. What- .. '
war machine can be stalled temporarily -
ever the terms of
peace, we that they -
and that, under ,the proper cir- will be infinitely better' if dictated by Brit- .

cumstances, it can be stopped altogether.That ain, the United States, Russia and the con. ," +

is the plain lesson of the Russian cam; quered nations than if dictated by Hitler. -

paign to date. It should give heart to all The test is that individual United States

t 4 those people in conquered and unconquered citizens fear a Nazi-dictated peace. They do
I territory alike who look the overthrowof
upon not fear one dictated by the British.
Hitler and his evil satellites as the greatest 4v111irg
task confronting the civilized world. Beyond that, no one can go. Beyondthat
it is mere speculation. The important
Once before, Hitler saw his: time-table thing now is victory. Peace still belongs to

disrupted and the assaults of his warriors the future, and can be faced with assurance

tl turned back. That happened last summer only after the Nazi war machine is de
and fall when the magnificent courage and stroyed. :: JIv-i

tenacity of the British people sustained _

their island fortress in the grim battle to Hitler 'Will Know 'We're Serious ii

withstand the hammer blows of invading By The First Of 1912
i Nazi planes. The Battle of Britain 'was one 49

of the really great occasions in modern mili- According to W. W. Chaplin, I. N. S.I. l//
defense expert, "By the first of the
tary history. It did more than save the year,

1 British Empire.! It helped t o show the barring acute shortage of such materials as

whole of Europe that all was not ended, that aluminum or major delays due to new

rr r resistance was not futile, that Hitler could strikes, the American warplane industry will

never be the real master of conquered coun- have achieved such mass output that one

i tries until he had first beaten down British American company will virtually be dupli-

pluck and grit.It cating the entire German production of com-

a i is fortunate for the United States bat planes." ''This company is C u rt i Is s

that its policy makers never took the attitude Wright, which plans production of 1,500 air-
craft monthly. And the production of other
that resistance to Hitler was futile. e

Even at the darkest hour last year, when factories is being similarly stepped up.

1 1a the Nazis were sweeping over the Low So much for quantity. So far as j:1

Countries and France with hardly a shadowof quality is concerned, our new American

a a opposition President Roosevelt and his ships are said to equal and in some cases p /

chief adviser on foreign affairs Secretaryof exceed Europe's finest They are suitably i

State, Cordell Hull, refused to succumb to armored, have self sealing gas tanks, power The keynote of today it work. And where you find work you I

: the philosophy of defeatism. They declinedto driven gun turrents. etc. The grave weak-
; find a welcome for Ice-cold Coca-Cola. In office
factories and _
( agree that "you might as well deal with ness which existed in the first American

Hitler" because the latter's triumph was in- fighting planes sent abroad have thus been workshops the pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola is a

evitable. They refused to believe that the overcome.So little minute that's long enough for a big rest...contributing to

free peoples: of the world were powerless to within a very few months we more work and better work. y

1 halt the onward sweep of force and violence. should be in a position to give Britain real

They took the view that no matter how superiority in the air. And then, promisesMr.

y long the struggle, no matter how great the Churchill, Germany will be subjected to OTTIIO UMOt AUTHORITY O* tat COCA.COLA COMPANY BY You trust its quality

I l cost the'democracies of the world were duty air bombing unprecedented In history. STARKE; COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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News ter, Franclne Mrs. Rubylea Hall man and family Friday after I Vote and support Will. b. greatly) Florida, on the :37th day of September graph a newspaper published Inaid

New River Mrs. Melva Harrell Mrs. Nevada noon. ppreclaUd. A. P.. tMI for approval ... Bradford County. _
Alvin Everett MeKtnnty. nf the same and for final I dl.. (OFFICIAL KKAL., A..1. Thome.
Palmer and Miss Madeline Crosby Miss Margie Reddish spent the -.- charge a* Administrator of th Clerk Clr.-ult ('"urt.

attended the show in Starke Mon- week-end with relatives In St rke. I FOR riTV COt"t1LMany KMale of August F. Mattat I>e. Clarke, Florida, AU.U..tgthtt: :" .
Mrs. Jettele Lee ceaeed.ThlH
IIw MI"! O. E. Crosby and LazenbyI day night Mr. and Mrs. G. ,C. Norman of that(..f'my 1 offer friend my have.ervl requeued .'*- 18th day of August, A. D. -

PARTY FISH FRY ENJOYEDLast Mrs. Luther Harrell was visiting Malone spent several days with nil one of the new Cotincllmvn) to 1P4I. H. Matnat Admlnlntrator of : '
Harry IM THN
August 28. Friday night the edge of her mother Sunday afternoon. Mr. Norman's parents Mr. and !I''' feeling be elected that on I may September' ba of come eta *und ervlre the R.tate of August F. 1\1"1., ', JI "U'I ,,1. IHCI .'r OK H.OH.
evening. eceaed., 8-tJ 4t 1.11 III *. IM .\M FOR HItAlFO5D _
Mrs. F.
daY Miss M. Norman. last week. to native City. I take
aDd relatives Cypress Run, Sampson Lake, was Marion Dowling of Jacksonville my 4-01

bet rf friends Ptnholster a real the scene of a real ole time fish- is spending sometime Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rosier and I thin will enter mean the of race announcing for Councilman that I, MTV.IN. ell *"CFony

rL Rosa party. fry. Among those who enjoyed with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. family of Galnesvllla .were visiting I aubjert to the will Your of the vote Voter.on and. Florida In Circuit. -In (Court Chancery Bradford, Irene County Jeup *. Lula Carwile I'lalntlff.,

!qe! birthday her niece the feast were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Mr. and Mrs. H. .it, Norman on support September I I. earnestly dth. solielted.CIIAS. Van Hnrhoten Plaintiff V*. -n- \to. lifts
WIglns of
?)I, F, Labor Day. A. IIAKKT. Ralph Hubert Van Henechoten, r>e.fendant. Z. T. Carwllo,
RudOlph' Andrewl drove Clarence Roberts and family of New River were visitors here Sunday tin Monday October $)tji., Defendant.OHI .
Ta Mra. Pinhoisteruppr Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. P. D. afternoon.Mr. L. L. Renfroe and Frank Norman 1'1'41. the defendant Ralph Robert >KH: OK II FoR"lrlO
to get bualnea Van 1I.n."ltol..n.. IH required. l 0 appear MOTICH TO "
were visitors to APPEAR
ker Reddish and FOR CITY COfMril.!
and spend the night. family of Heilbronn and Mrs. Abe to the bill filed against. him TUB 8TATK OF FLORIDA
Springs Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Crosby and Gainesville Saturday., Ha"ln.I"." In Stark, for the herd ,,. Thl Order to be putillhed I To Z. T. Carwile, whone reildence ,
WIggins.IlAtlle children of Jacksonville were O. J, Howard of Starke was pat JO year; feeling that I am a one a week. for four connerntlv I I. Unknown.It '
Er' CcIlson Williams of Douglas and family of Brooker. guests of Mm. patriotic publlc-Bplrtled ell* I..*.., Interested week. In Bradford County Telegraph I I. hereby ordered that you are

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Catkins ofHellbronn. Crosby's parents, visiting his father Allen Howard. In the w.lt.r.ot the community a nwep..pr. publlnhed In required to appear on the 4th day; ..
n4, Ohio who was Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, Sun. Sunday afternoon. ; and having been urged bya eald Bradford County of October. ". D. 141 before the .
; J'lnhOl.ter. accompanied R. R. Andrews and number of friend to run fur the OFFICIAL, anAL) A. J. Thomas above entitled court, to the bill of "
1. chums). family and C. E. Andrews and day.Mr. Sam Norman and daughters of Clur Council I hereby announce Clerk Circuit Court complaint filed against you In the

(theY were girlhOOd all of New and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Long Bridge were dinner guectsof mye.lf, a candidate for this office, fttarke' Florida. August lint.,, 1141. above entitled cause; and "Itrad '
family River and Pvt. If elected In the September Selection
at Mrs. WigFL and l-il 41 '-ll ford
arrived County Telegraph" I I.
Starke _
; _
they were visitors here Satur Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfro will town and
serve my
D wanted to ride Elmore Cason of Ft. Sill\ Okla. dealgnated a* the newspaper In
W\I1lam.l\ Sunday. community to th* b S a t of my which this order phd,) be published '
old day.Mr. and In- In Circuit Court ntadford County
of the ability Tour patronage
and s t'e some Of Mrs. Hattie Williams Is spend and Mrs. Hamp Conerlyand Robert Faulkner was visiting fluenc will b* greatly appreciated. Florida.-In Chancery.. Addl. Hry- once weeks.WiTNEIIti a, week for four eonieuutlv

around New River. ing some time with her sister Mrs. Tom Simmons of Okee- Miss Hazel Manning who la Ul Orl A. Wlgglna. ant ".. Mary Bryant On Monday .. my hand and the peat
being October (th, IMt. the defendant
Mrs Plnholster and off Mrs. Maggie Kelley. chobee were visitors here Mon. In St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville FOR M4YOR Mary Bryant, whoa realdenc. of this this 31.1..court day of at August Htarke. A., Florida D.' 141.,

able, consented Little Ralph Merritt who has Sunday.F. 1 am a candidate for the offtc I Ii No. 11414) Thirteenth Htreet, Au- I I (OFFICIAL SKAL) Thomas )
day.Mrs. of of cbs City of tIIta'k., gusts: Oeorgla, I Is required I to appear Clerk of the Circuit: c"'oi.ti.
'ent! there they been in St. Vincent's Hospital L. A. Prevatt and Mrs. M. Norman >waa a business Florida Mayor. euhject to the will of the to th* bill filed against her Sum n. Wllnon.

b I here and then Jacksonville is reported recover- George 0 f Valdosta, Ca., were visitor to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. voter In the. City election to beheld herein.. Tate order tn l b. publlnhed Plaintiff. Attorney. .-.. 4r. ,-12IM

tkd their tour at the New ing from a serious eye operation.He visiting relatives here Sunday. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez September IIlh 1941. Through live once each week week I n for Itradford four tn".clI'OountyTelegraph ,- I.I
the with the City Uovernment '
Church to view was able to be Mrs. were visiting Mrs. Charlie Carter my experience a TIIK riHCt'IT Coin?. RIRIITH
Baptist moved to his Daisy Fisher and daughter I am familiar with the newspaper JI llfl ., CIHCI'lr OK KI.OHll .
aunt's. Mrs. Ada In of Heilbronn Monday after. dutlv* of the. office and am thoroughly In acid Kradfoid County.P"blbll..1! *. IM .
frY close Mrs. Hersey. Jacksonville Francine spent the weekendin I to perform the Florida. Align! 12nd iml AMU: FOR Blt \l roHUOI'MTY. _
too qualified ( .
tbey were this week. We Green Cove noon. : .: IOFF1CTM C1KAI. A. I
re are expecting Springs.Mr. dull** of the I tl. *. .11 (' \
.1\1\ blew' the car horn "to him home this weekend.Mr. I and Mrs. W. P. Nichols of It..*p"clfully .uhmltled. Clerk Circuit Court FiradfordCounty Luther n. wm 'Ii'IeR Y I t I
Futch. Florida. M." 4t Fnt.l'
PlnholsterJt C, A. ..
ce. .. Mrs. In theta and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and Lawtey were week-end guests of 'IVOODLA '''N I .t'l I -".-ri No. 1177

t t. wid nothing was son Godfrey of Gainesville were I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and I By )I.... Oscar CarterMr. FOR 4-iTV rovurii.I i IM' 'cii i., fiHi ir tot tr. KirniriiJl : Mary Helen Foley,, i

Itherl" spending several 1 family. have hen. In your fine town lilt'. 4 I. "IIU" IT or ""OH.I Defendant.itiiiiKii I _
days out
view of the on only whitrt time. but long enough In 5. IM 4MI F 011 Illl tllKOHttC : nv II"1fI ,
a .t11
In I
were and Mrs. Carl Rosier of
they their farm. Godfrey was enjoyIng Miss Mildred Lynn Is spending to vol. ant to qualify for offlc ..l VI'l. OT1I'W] TO AI'rK.tll _
Plnholster saw sevri Indlantown spent Labor Day withCarla her. and am IM' I'll \CKMYRveretl : TIIH HTATH OF FI.OIUPAE
,, Mrs. being a farmer's solIt\ ; was some time with Mr. and Mrs. W I am a properly-ow'ner .
: It. 1.ln.t..y To lItany Helen 1'.1.
"afraid .. affair Foley
worried tremedouMy lnter ted In clvln
; and( was a contrast and relaxation from H. Harrell. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. *. Therefore when a numlierof Malntlff deiu I iul 111.1 Maltm Av.nu., n....

there was a late funeral i his pre-medical studies which he Mrs. Bill Plummer of Lawtey M. Rosier. my friends l>e elteil| me to run .v*- No. I8ft9 noke., Virginia. _
It I I. ,
about 7 o'lien CouncilmanI Francis t.lndney hreby ordered that you are
hat?" It was has been pursuing for the past was visiting relatives here last Mrs. Mamie Lee Hersey Is for tinhvHltHllniilv the office of followed City their advice Defendant.Olllirit. t. required, to """I.ar.n the 5th day 4i9

? When they really aril two years in California. spending some time in Wildwood and nMicIt your vte and In.fliii.nee : OK ",KII\l<'f] ('? October .A. 1). IMI before the _
week.Mrs. Mini M TOrimu entitled court to the bill ofIl'niIaiit
the rendezvous-"Happy to O. with her cousin Miss' Beatrice In th* City election of Hep. FUOItlOA .
Godfrey plans attend Wash G. Strayhorne and TIIK HTATM" (W : I filed agalnt you In th* :
iv" rang out from all dl- children Hudson. lemler. tlabeck To Francl. Undaey whon rentdenco above entitled ..au.el i ..n.tr"d- \
of "Jo-Jo"
ington Missionary College Ta- were visiting Jo.. F. ( ) '
md the crowd closed In coma College, Washington, D. C.. Mrs. Strayhorne's parents Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- -- It I I.I I.hereby"t nknown ordered that you ...rar.'lulr.tI I dwalgnated County. a*Telegraph"the newspaper I la hereby In } t. _

,ny beautiful gifts. I the ensuing His sister Mr. and Mrs. Mann Hazen Thurs! villa in spending. a few days here NOTKK Ol"sI'Pi.lr TIOM' lo appear nnh.* ttt h dny which I thIs "'ird-r shall b* publishedonc 1."
year. .' \ IIKKItenale : : 1941 before III,*
followed. (11' T of October A.1. a wek fur four ,'oI.ecuIy.
,h fun and laughter Wilds will also' enter her first with her sister Mrs. J. S. Nor- (.. Hill 'o. t tilt: above entitled court, to Ih. hill ofcomplaint 'eeks : _
Rnholeter, still bewildered there with him. day.Mrs.. Mae ,Saucer and son of NOTICR: I H 1l ':IlI'IIY: tllVKN.: filed against :you In the WITNKH8"' my hand and the aealof fItI
year man.Maurice of That T. F. UimhlnH, holder of Tux above entitled' .CHUN; and ''Itrad this court at Florida,
to open her presents. The Sapp cemetery workingwas Baldwin and Willie Clemons of Carter Camp (Pertlfli-nte No. H4, InHiied the 7th ford County Telegraph"' I I.* ... >vdenlRnated this Si l 11., dnr of tl.rk., H 1941. _

(tshmcnts were served on successful. A Miami were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Ga., spent. three days dav of August A. P. IUD. hall. filed a* the newvpauer In (\"JI'I"IAL. KI'lAI.) A. J. Thollia t, _
which was built very large here with friends and relatives.Mr. can.. In my ,offlr and ha. matle which this order. shall tie. pulillehi.il Circuit Court 'TJj
vereil table crowd attended.Mr. Ellis Clemons Friday.Mr. application for at". deed to b. l III' once awuk for four conn..ciillv* Hum 11 WIlHonMuliillff t J'

urcb. dinners. brick and Mrs. Earl Kirby of and Mrs. Larson Mlntz and and of Mrs.Gainesville W. H. Rosier and last ued. .Ihereon.I the. Knld following rertlflcat ilenrrlbedproperty embrace week WITNM8M* my hand and the *KR,,1| Attorney 1.1 4 (-11IM j' '_ _

refreshments were Rising were visiting Mrs. Klrby's daughter Bobbie of Jacksonville family spent In the County of llrailford, of thl* court nl take, Florlilii/ IIIH I (' tie, f

&m and cakes. Her cake parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. were visiting relatives here over week-end here with his parents Stnt: nf FlorldA. I lo-wlt! this flu lay nf August A, T 1841OFFICIAL JIIIMIil. ;' KIUIITH,Yi.OII ,
Birthday"with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier. North hnlf of I,ot 22 In 'VOteI.I"wn ( HRAU 1 ) A. J. Th'.nuasUIerk 1(11 '. IM fl
large "Happy Crosby one evening this week. the week-end. II..... IK Twp. 1tI.. It. ::i K.' ( of the Circuit Court. t lit \ !l O.'OHI
candles. The colors James Lavender Ted Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard contalnlnic 5 Aden more orlem.. .. John M. Cowleit riHlntlffa Attorney, TV.IM ClltMCIMary
and Mr. and Mrs J. 1). Gaskins Th. anitoMPment of the *ald property Ml Clurk/ Kllen .
'hlle and yellow. Meadows Anderson witnessed the SUNNY BROOK FARM under the ,ald certlflcHl l I.- \ .... ..IIUIl"I"\. \". R-23 It 913MITH'H IMMlitllffv Flveal,
were Mr. In St. Augustineand _
ng those present Carpenters' Union Parade i In spent Sunday Biiecl. wa In the name of tinkituwli.t'nieas .. No. 1371
jj. Guy Plnholster andof By Miss Arsula Crosby Marine Studios. Maid certlflcat. .h.1I b* FriM.II'MION' Troy It. Flvah
Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. to law t Iiproperty *
redeemed nccnrdlnv Full. TI iu:.:ienle > I liefendant
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard and two
Jacksonville; Ethrldge Cason Is suffer- BIRTHDAY PARTY described therein will b* <.. '''IIIn.! Itl.llNOTICW (: 4>HI KII: Oi II. "\'"'IO
and fam- Bone Herbert and Jim of Valrlco soil tn the hlBhet bidder at the : .'..'
eddish Andrews IH Ilt ltI'I1Y: (IIVRN: 1 U AI'PMtltTIIH
ing from a bad cold this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. entertained door the first Mnn- 1
Crosby rotirthoilee on Thai to:. ,'. PrleMi holder of Tax HTATH5 :
Mrs. | her sister Mrs. J.
Mr. and were visiting
on Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Holllngs-\ in their home Monday ilnv In the month nf tictober, 1941'1wltl..h ('.rllff...... No. II. Untied the 5nd, To Troy IC ;: .n who*. re.ldenc l-

I Green, Mrs. Johnnie worth of Ft. White were visiting afternoon from 4 until 6 o'clockin 1 S. Norman here last week-end. I III the lth day of October (lily of "Heplember' A. 11. flU II. has la do! W. lo.pl.l. HanAntonio.
s, Mi'. and Mrs. Eddieand Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sheppard Sat- honor of their son, Buie, on Mr. and Mrs. M'lI'vlno"al'll' and Hated, this Slut., Any of August, filed mad same application' In my for offlci a lax nitd,deed hue lab It I I. hereby. .Tea* ordered. 1 ha you are

daughter Iva Mae daughter Esther were visitingher 1941. iKMiied thereon. Hnld cerllflcat r"'lllr..1 to appear' on Ith( day _
Colson and Mrs. AlvaMr. urday afternoon.Mr. his eleventh birthday anniversary. sister, Mrs. O. J. Norman. ,OFFICIAL BBAI.) A. J.rdford Thom.* embrace the fullitwlng. demrlbeflproperty 1 of 1..lub.., A. I). 1941 before the _
isle of
and Mrs. Roan Turner and Various games were enjoyed Clerk of Circuit Court -II In C the County of linaid lord, ( .. (court to the "II ofcomplaint f
Mrs. G. W. AnMrs. Sunday. County, Florida. K-JJ 41 theubov _
and riled
)Hint. of Florida, to.wit : against you
Tomlinson. Miss family spent Sunday in Live Oak during the afternoon after which Miss Myrtle Johns of Jack on- Fmcl" Illlt. I \nl..w: Illvr ,Heo.. entitled ...u.: and "Mrad- _
; !! Roy visiting Mr. Turner's brother-in- the little guests were ushered Into In Circuit Court Hradford County, 19-14 Twp. a H. II. 20 K., ford County' Telegraph" I I. herebydesignated _
Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Joe where the villa spent last! week-end herewith 1I'lor..t.-In. Chancery. William J. The. Meiiment of the **lil property a* the iiw papr In I I
Andrewa Mr. and Mrs. M. the dining room her parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. Thorngond Plaint Iff v.. Carrie t.... under the paid\ cerllflrnt I I.. which thl* order hll h* publlnh _
L. Dowling. They enjoyed a fare- birthday cake centered the table. Th'o,,". Defendant.. On Mnnilcy" lied wa. In the n..... of J. 1':. Ad- once a week fur four coneeoutlv __ __
eflni of New River. Mrs. B. Johns. day of tictolier, 1541. the kin. week ..
well dinner with Mr. and :Mrs. TheY served delicious refreshments the Cth., '
the cake. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompsonof defendant. Carrie I.** Thorovuod. I I. t'ni.s. wild. certlflcat shah bredeemed my hand and rh* aeal I
Dowling's daughter Vivian who of cake and punch.: here required to appear In the Hill filed according lo law, t h. of thl* ,'mol..t "Miarke' TMorl.U.thl ,I
Lawtey'moved Monday her herein. Thl* order to property deacrltieil, therein will lie is. lint I ., day AII".I. A. n. 11141.
first agahiKt
for her
will leave with the honor
aid Mrs. Palen Colson ofto soon year ) Those present We are glad to' welcome them he published once a week for four old to I Ih* !till he..t bidder al I throurthoii (OFFICIAL I H 1AI.. .1. Thomas

Texas former residents In the Florida State Woman's Col- guest were: Joyce Ward Horace cnnHHcutlv week. I II Itrndford ..e dnor cm the flrnt Mnodnv Clerk of the Circuit\ Court. i'
to Russell! back.Mrs. County Telegraph' a newnpaperptihllMhed In th* month of Ot'hther I IR4I I Frank '1'. CannonPlaintiff
dford County. are visiting lege.Mike Dyal Wanda Mary Alice Walter Lee of Indlantown In enld Bradford County. which I.I the ftl" day of (October, AttorneyWITNKMM (..IS 4t. B-J1. \. ;
et i this week. Mrs. ColsonWiggins' Sheppard of the U.' S. and Anna Ruth Crosby. Charles Is spending. n 'fewtdayt her. with OFFICIAL. liI ALI A.. J. .Thuinal IMI. t ., ...1 .,. .

'stationed at Miamiar- Newmans Jimmie Crosby Robert ('li.rk Circuit Court.Htarke Imtml thU. 2It. day\ of AuitHMl. In circuit c"o"rl. ",.,lfo..d "
aunt!*" '"' Navy her parents Mr.1an: l Mrs. J. M. Florida. AuguM 1UI., 1A41 141.OFFICIAL. l'lu"ld.-11I Chaniery. May { 1 "!t 1

and Mrs. D. A. Greek of rived last Saturday to spend. a Lloyd Kelly Voncille and Shirley Rosier. I.12 4t 0-11 ( MFIA I.> A' .' Tboma derv*. Frederick, Hchnelder."untr' ,

20-day leave with his parents Jane Kelty, Josephine and Gwen-1 Clerk of circuit, Court nf rtradford nth day of ( ,
nY1lle were week-end guestsGreek's Folks, don't forget church at Tlradford County, County, Florida. g-22 41 (I.U 1.nd"y. FrederickMclmelder .
In Circuit (Court d..nd.nl.
H. J
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sheppard.Mrs. dolyn Parramore Isaac
brother-in-law and Heilbronn every first Sundayat Florida In <'hancery, MargaretMerle 1 whose rldnc I"I I 113
Ragan Pace of Ocala has Nancy Owens and Hobby : I'lnlntlff: V Joneph Tn Circuit, Court, llradford Merrlck lnland. ,
i Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews. 11 o'clock, and Sunday nightat I Ward. I County, Lane Avenii I.rnl
her sister Mrs. Roan Patrick. Wnrd ....,.nd..nt. On Moridav "nrhl.-In Cnnncerv. i'. M. Julian New york I I.* required% .1'l i
[reek will be remembered as been visiting Crosby. 8 o'clock.1overybody Is In. I the Ath day of October, I 941.t Plaintiff, v*. Marl' Julian/ Defendant. p*,.r la. the J.II filed again him
nnle Loadholtz. Turner. Their father, Ben Ren- Parents present were: Mrs. A. vited to attend h e defendant, *Ineih I'utrlrk On Mondiiy"., the nth, dav of herein. Till ... to t h. published

froe who has been in poor health S. Crosby Mrs. Warren Kelly Ward, whims resilience I 1M unknown October, I IU4I the deftmilant, "Marl. one. week for four vottHMcutlveweek
Andrews of Jacksonville* I III required tu appear to the bill Julian, whose residence I I.* 1 UnknownI In llradford County Tel
''lfitlng relatives here this the past few weeks while spend- Mrs. Floyd Crosby. and Mrs. J. Filed filed against him herein. Thinonltr I required. lo npt>ear tn the bill 1 fur grniih a newnpaiier publUhed In
Deeds .
ing the summer with Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelly. to tie published. once. It week IMvorc filed nxulnut her. herein. Hitld, Itrail for.) 4'oIl III V. Htark, Florid I
and enjoyed a good fox for four connecutlv .....k.* In Hrnd. Thin order to Im, ptihIUIieil. .mc* a i ta, Aiiwii-t Zan.l. 1941.OFFHMAI. I .
Turner accompanied :Mrs. Pace and Jessie Mae B1 keley. a widowof ford County Telegraph .a newmmperpuhlUhed week for four, c"rlsp'Utlve week InMi (it KhlAL) A, J Thom
and home. Mrs. Pace will b e remembered Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore Duval to John S. Bills-, I In nald I llradford I'ounlvKtnrke llradford Ciiunlv Telegraph' ,' a Clerk (' ".-," Court riradfonl
Mrs. Fonnle Crews children of Tampa are spending County Florida. Augunt iitet 1041. newnpaper. puhllnhed I In falil! llradforfl "- I (', ,nly. H.I1 4t 9.35
:!more Cuson were dinner as Miss Amy Renfroe. Moore's den of Duval Co., anti his wife, (OFKICIAI," I'JoAI.I: ) .\.1 Thiimaw County.OFFICIAL. ..dIrecm'mt. 11>111. t

of Mr and Mrs. Eth ridge I Mr*. Kate Sheppard Is home from awhile with Mrs. parents Isabella Balsden, August 16; Clerk Circuit (''u.jrt. H-22U '.12 HI'!A I I.) A. J, Thrinia -
Ml' W. R. Hal lop. .
Mr. and I4. Clerk Circuit. ('ourt.t4tsrk. .
last Sunday. : summer school I n Gainesville George C. While and Ina A. 95 1041 IT I.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby >TirK or APPLICATION Florida, Augii.t ,
"in Sheppard I s expected .I where she spent both semesters. In Palatka Monday.Mr. White his wife, of Leon County, roil TIIK.IOII: : I-2'J 4t B-19 I
111 for were visiting "enle IIHIu.. IlKII: -
While there she was quite U. of Bradford <
Saturday to Leaton Morgan
to spend a 10-day and Mrs. Robert Ward of NOTICK IS MKIIKIIV flIVKN I : 1'\1 ',.u'" I'MM'I IT ;01 "'r. HI 14II I'llJllllClil. Boating
gl1. He Is In the U. S. one week.M. guests of Mrs. Co., August 18;, L B. Harri- That A. li. Hurrency holder of Tax f III' !'llr OK fl.OM

and Is now stationed at L. Johns transacted businessIn Starke were son and Estelle Harrison his wife Certificate' No. ZO, limued the Till. .II"I.. II foil HIIAIIt-'OHII.
Wards parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. day of AUgust A. 1>. 1MI, hm fllnilname
:'k. Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. Minnie E. Hazen i C'OIMTV.IV
Va. of Brooker to In my office and hue mad (9(554 KM YM.ry

are sorry to report that and Mrs. G. W. Andrew C. Ward. Sunday. of of Brooker August; W. H. Edwards application for a tax deed to he. Perry.Plaintiff.. Bathing
Mrs. Hattie ....lied thereon. Ha Id certificateembracea i .
Louise Johns daughter of spent Friday night: In Jacksonville Starke was the dinner guest of Jr., and Eula M. Edwards the following dencrlbed -v.. No. 1402

d Mr.. M. L. Johns Is Illeek. with their daughter Mrs. Thursday of his wife to the State Road Dept.of property In the County ef Until- John J. Perry I,
Mrs. Alton Dobbs ferd, State of Florida to-wlt! Defendant.nnDKit \
Joe Mooreland. last week. Fla. August' 19; Callie D. Gay HKt/t of NK'i' Hectlon S3 Town. : ...F nKnvicn' : Bowling

Griner of and S. G. Gay her husband of ship Month. Kange 20( Rant: containing NIITII'11 TO AI"' 1"U
Mr. and Mrs. J. to Eva Mae 40 acre. more or !10.**. TUB HTATR: Of 1'1.e'ftl"I iTo
Tampa were visiting Mrs.' Griner's County. The *eonment. of the said t property John J Perry Whose. address .
I" Brooker Brevities and sister Mr. and Thomas and A. J. Thomas her under the said certificate l I.. and or residence. In 27 Xaybrok
brother-in-law husband, Alice Marie Kelley andJ. ned. was In the name of Russ: 1 Place Newark, N. J. .
Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wednesday of Wilson, Kef.I'nlemi It I I.* hereby ordered that you are Bilard
week. They were accompanied R. Kelley, her husband, of saId certificate hall n. required to appear on the 6th day I C
last Bradford County August 20; redeemed according to law, I hepr..r'y of October A. ... Uti l ,before Id. ,
Sirs, u L. rarkerST P.-T. A. MEETINGThe I home by Mrs. Griner'si of Du described therein. will be above. .entitled ,'""rl. to the bill of -
Mary G. Foster a widow .old In the highest bidder at theceurthotiM 'In Ih.III. .
P.-T. A. held Its Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kel. complaint filed agalnMt you
REMVAL ;'i parents, val Co., to H. R. Bennett of Rai door on the firm Monday ..."* entitled rail*; aol ""r,,".
monthly meeting Wednesday In the month of October 19 4I, ,
regular -.ley. ford County Telegraph" la heretiydesignated
Brooker Baptist Church Is afternoon August 27 at the Fred Hal lop was transacting ford. August 20.: H. E. which I* he( 501 h day .,f Clftoher' ax (Ih. newspaper" In Chicken DinnersC

I to announce that It has I and wife Gertrude Bennett, of 41.Mated! which Ihl order hall be i>ul.llhedonce .
d school house with the president business in Jacksonville Friday Ruth E. Bennett of this' 27th day of Align, a week for 4 CflinNecutlveWITNKHH .
the Rev. John Dicks Mrs. H. H. Howard. In charge. Hubert Kelly and Miss Nona Union Co., to It41. ......
e City to conduct a series relatives In Lake Butler. August 20: Eldry W (OFFICIAL SRA1. A. J. Thoman my hand and the *ealnf '
val Reports were given by various Brown were visiting Gtlsfton and Maggie Citation. to Clerk of Circuit Court of Tlradford t hi. court nl Stark, Florida. I tile Dinners
services. Mr Dicks committees and new committeeswere Plant City Thursday and Fridayof (County Florida. S.29 41 ,." 2ftth, daY i,f Ailtrnet A. D. 141.OFFICIAL Shrimp

1 Brooker several years ago Mrs. Fisher's week. Sarah Murrhee .August: 21 ; Mor- $115!.) A..I Thorn,

eryone was appointed. last gan Securities C pleased with his room was awarded the attendance Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirby and ('UII'ry.. rI.OIIIIM.In Carlton f*. Arnnw

Services will begin Mon for having the most parents Miss Doris Crosby were visitingMr. to Cecil R. Hook and wife The Matterif l.ea Hnpp Mundy. Plaintiff Attorney '-19 4t to"! $ Cold Drinks
"lit. September prize of Ethel B. Hook of Alachua Co., Application for i.lcens. a* l"ree ---.J
8. Day \ er1 After the business and Mrs. O. f:. Crosby
\Sill 1 present. 21 Cia r'Moitt Carter Trader. r..t. Bradford ,
be held at August ; In Circuit! fonnly
the school Mrs. Phillips' pupils entertained New River recently. IUCCrtEK .'.
meeting. to Chancery, Vivian
faeh school day at 11 0'- H. B. Kelly and and William Wallace Carter Thl.* caime. duly coming' on for ye..I. Fair.elolh Trailer Park
with an interesting pro Mr. and Mrs. : final hearing the report of Falrvlolh' Plaintiff,
Sarah upon
You are Urged to attendrvices Refreshments of Ice cream Vincent. were'weekend R. A. Green Aug,. 22; the Hpeclnl Master and upon hi. Defendant.. On :Monday. ,,, tli* ,
son, her husband of Ch-toher. 141 the di>-
gram. Inez Moltt Cook and nf petitioner Kth. day
finding tht the prayer
and help make this and cake were served by Mrs. guests of Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs.Beulab Monroe County *hful 'Ing long to be remembered. Melva Harrell and Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. George: Cook of connlderatlon. It I I. Ordered, Ad dence I is lnknown I I. required. to ;
Fisher Mrs. to R. A. Green Aug. 22; Orvllle ludged and Decreed by the Court .pp..., lo the bill for lelvorca filed cottagesGood
B. Crosby. The next J. R. Kelly. against him herein.. Thl order tobe
Mrs. H. and bin wife Elsie that sid Mpeclal M ter' report
end! Moltt
< Mrs. E. A. C. A. Crosby and Leon published. one a week for four
Sapp"and will be on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. and finding he and are hereby
''er of New | meeting dinner Virginia Moltt ofDuval Co., to confirmed and that I..UII HappMundr cmeftullve week. In She Itradford
River :Mr. and Monday were
M. afternoon before the first children of 22: Charley I I. authorlxeil, tn take charge County Telegraph. a newnpaperpublished .
J. Green Aug.
SttpP- and daughter month. Everyone Is of Mr. Crosby's mother, R. A. nf and manag! her.own *late and In said, llradford f'ounly.OFFIi'lAL Fishing
"I Butler were In each guests Monday Trevelyan Beasley and Jessie Mae property and to .......m.. a free ( "":At.> A. J. Thoma. I!
Mrs. i.
visiting Crosby
Sapp urged to attend. Mrs. Evelyn his wife, of Polk Co.. 10 dealer In every r.."....'. to contract flerk. Circuit Court. 1
and Mr. and Mrs; J. Mrs Jack Smith and Beasley and U. 141. C
I Mr. and and be contracted with. to site Htarke, Florida August '
elJfY Monday. HILL, BILUKS RETURN daughter Jerry were visiting Mr. R. A. Green' Aug.: 22; Eva Arm- h* cued. and to bind herself In all II-It 4t 1.11. Beer On Tap
[ and her husband a* fully If .unmarried
and Mrs. Billies will be sister stead: Moltt Tyson respect* a
Charles Hill I and .
Wad I The Jubilee Smith's brother-in-law f after publishing a copy of Ihl'* of WaycrollB. Ga. w ere'''at the School house on September and Mrs. N. Tomllnson Clarence Paul Tyson, o one earh week for four "',n- In Circuit Court' Rradfonl '
Florida In Chancery.
R. A. Green Aug. ... week in Bradford County -
l1rs. Wadsworth's Jather, 19 at 8 o'clock with a pro- of Raiford Sunday.We Duval Co., to Telegraph a duly qualified. n.w.sp.r *- ......k. ,.'.Int"'. v*. II M. Peacock,
f Baxler Sunday. of music and vaudeville to report the Illness 22; Augustus K. Beasley and Lillian p""II..h..d In Ih* County of Defendant.. fin Monday. th. lit th., (
gram are sorry wife to R. of October. 141, Ih* defendant.
13: and at Grace Beanley his her redene| day
acts. Admission will be of Mrs. Lois Newmans Ella Don and Ordered In (Chamber U. M Peacock I required In appear Meet Your
XOTICE Her many friends A. (Green Aug. 22; Ara I. at nalnvlll. Florida, this 7th dayof t.. the bill IiI ': agalnef him
1(1 i w 25 cents. this writing. R. A.XJreen, This order to be published
hereby given that the 1 Moltt. a widow, to August 1941.H herein. Friends At
had as her wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. 8. t t. .......I.... Circuit Judg. once a week f..r four con..ruflve
County Commissioners Mrs. Nora Sapp I Aug. 22; A. S. Crews to County Tel-
Beulah Kelly and granddaughter A TRt'W: COPT: week In Hradfnrd .
4fOrd( County : Mr and Mrs. I Mrs. of Jacksonville Aug. 22: J. Thoma,
Florida will guests Sunday. Kelly. a r. )[. Wells A.
a *'etlng In of Starke Mr. and Kathryn Wilson F. May and Martha J. Clerk Circuit (Court Bradford Beach
the County James Norman ] few days with relatives ( Kingsley
*>tonery Benning. spending a Blade ;.'j.I'lrt'L! ; It '.U
Room In the Mrs. Jack Sapp of Ft. 1 Jacksonville.Mr. May his wife to Gertrude ( : ) Lit
J Ceurt House Thomas of Lake But- In 23 L. A. Davis and his PHILLIPS ELECTRIC
in Starke. Ga. Pansy Kelly Aug. ;
I. and Mrs. Warren rOI'MTV JI !,<.WIII f'Ol"RT.
l00: o'clock A- M ler. Agnes Bennett of and children have moved to this wife Lee ferryman t* 4 fJ POII BKtllFOHItf SERVICE
A. D1M1tothearing Harold Sapp of Jacksonville Their many I Foster SkI Smith and his wife, '..I'\ITY. PI.OHIII
?pOse oi\ Hazen of Ft. Bennlng. section to live. Mary Ann Smith of Alachua Co., IV ffF:' FHTATK OF' AUOU8T;' F I
Aubrey .
complaints welcome them here.VANDERBILT MATZAT.
CIIrtIera or agents of Real Ga., was the week-end guest of friends Aug. 26; Manttnzas DevelopmentCo. I>ereaed.WiVTICF KB': Electrical Contracting PARKOn
or Personal Property the her parents Mr. and MrMann .. of St. Augustine to George APPLICATION'! OF INTKNTIOV FOH: V1NAI PI8CHAKOR &nd Repairing,

,.ot.blcb has been fixed by Hazen. W. Saxon. Aug 28.rOR..TY )i
'suit7 S. Colson of Ml\.. Velma Norman TO Al.t WHOM IT MAT CONCERN'
P. By .
A"elor of Taxes i Mr. and Mrs. "o''L Notice I I. hereby given that I Road 48 Near
pted by, Texas are visiting the G. .f fl'l.-.l. have filed mY final report a. A4mlnl'trator LIGHT. POWER -
the Board. El Paso Faulkner and Levy Norman Inasmuch .. "manY BIT
.5 by I. W. Pin- Robert that I ,,''.' n.ya.TvIe.i of the K..tat* of AugustV
order of the Board of B. Colaons and Mrs. were business visitors to hmv r.q..C.d.. .>... a f th. ..w Council.- Matsat. fi.i.as,4: that I have Camp Blandingfl

I Conunlllioners this 26th bolster here this week.loll'll. Gainesville Thursday of last week. man. and being lnt.r.. 'd In civiC filed my petition for will final apolv dlicharge. lo> Phone 4 Lawtey FIa.I .
children and that I
4ul'Iat. A. D. 1941. V. V. Hazen and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edward of icV' I for fcrt the ofCie.nnnounc. .ubj.cP my CBII-tolb. the Honorable K K perr.mali.Ceilah I _

A. J. Thomas. Clerk were visiting l In WlUlnton Brooker were visiting Levy Nor- of .>pt.ro,,.r th. Tour ? Judge of Bradford County
8-29 2t t.4 -5 Mrs R D. Fisher and


"-..... ,--,', -


: S 1941

members in reviewing the book. New Rules For Automobile Drivers I WOTICK> OF ,\PPLlr.\Tlo
Felt ,'
'r : ,
SOCIETY and CLUBS The meeting will" be held at the I f M..at.. BOI: hl-t:1I:

church and at noon a covered dish Now Being Enforced By Enlarged Road Patrol I: That NOTICI-F. M.: IS HEnERy..'... al\

luncheon will be served In the road patrol highways except where thereis Certificate N., 202,r ''hOld.r* T
I Florida's expanded day of
S. C. S. To Meet RogersJonesFriends All W. S. C. S. Circles Educational Building. Mrs. W. E. took to the road September 1, the 500 feet of visibility In each same, in August my .'A, t, ,"JU"V' 'hatl the ti
Middleton invited the circle to application for J'S.1"1;
Book Review Met Monday date set by State Safety Director direction. Issued thereon i? : d..d I.
meet with her In October. ald
here have received of embrace
enforcement the c.1'\11
Gilliam to begin !
"Mr. and The hostess served tempting Automobiles must keep a safe prop.rty In th fOlloIn, d....;
Woman's Society of Chris following invitation: Circle_ Number One of t h eWoman's Florida's new state highway traffic ford Unl) 0' I
Service of the Methodist ;Mrs. William Samuel Rodgers request Society of Christian I banana Ice cream and home-made regulations as provided by acts distance behind'cars they are following Eyy of NW. of Florida NWI 10.U", b

9a will meet Thursday Sep the pleasure of your com- Service met Tuesday afternoon in cookies. There were eleven mem-Mrs. of the last legislature. Gipiam} and trucks must stay 150 I1)tlre 7 8. R orfte.e'E. containing S..ZO, %1',
of bra present and :two guests, A0thesudDn
11, according' to Mrs. I. P. pany at the wedding reception the Educational Building, and in said the law Is as near to the feet apart outside business or I Th. a"oe..m.nt ..t

I secretary of mlg.lon their daughter, Margaret Nell, the absence of the circle leader, C. H. Johnson and Mrs. W. R. nation-wide standards tor safe residential districts, except when I sued rty under was In Ihe the Maid .rll'r.:' .,
Mr. J. T. Guy, of Hamp- and Mr. Arthur Darby Jones, on Mrs. Titus Olson the meeting was driving practices as It could be .1 Corbin same 01 !I\L\
Circle Number Three 'or each other: Un'lealt
of overtaking passing '
: will) be the study leader and Saturday, the thirteenth September presided over by Mrs. A. Wood. made.It redeemed "a'c'.oraVn''flcalt than

; will be aoaUted by local mem- 1941, from eight until After a devotional service, Mrs. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. was hostess is liberal in its regulation of At intersections, the right of I property: d..crlbed j" to >'"i!
Circle .Three and the livIng .01 ) ..
f+, *. The book'' to be reviewed ten o'clock in the evening. 2601 Wood, reviewed an article from to speeds, and for the most part, way must be given to the car on to hedhpghest bldd.r ,
t q t 4 and screened porch at
i Watrous Avenue, Tampa, Florida. entitled room of discre- day In monih the flrot
and Social Redemption The Methodist Woman gives the driver plenty the right. < of ,
John Sbackford. The marriage will take place "Yet Your Light Shine." Duringthe where the guests were seated tion In careful operation of his which In the Uh day Octob.or tkt,.YI
4:30 were decorated' with early fall Headlights are required and lIn.Dated
13th of at
on the September,
meeting: will be an "all- in the afternoon, with only the business period. Miss Amy flowers. Soon after the arrivalof automobile, but It sets up strict must show the road for a distance b.r un.OFIo"ICIAL this 3rd.. day of s.PIt

affair held in the church, In Coburn transacted the duties of the guests, sandwiches and controls over proper mechanicalequipment of 350 feet. They must have dim- ( SEAL)
immediate families present. the close of the of the I CI.rk of A. J. n.,
at ten o'clock la the secretary, and at and observance ("Ircliit "
the evening there will be the reception Coca-Colas were served. mers which must be used whenan County, Florida, ot'a ,,,
Ip+ and closing at three in meeting Mrs. W. G. Halle Invited traffic signs and rules. &.t nl'i'
to which a large number i Mrs. T. T, Long conducted the on-coming car is within 600
? ; afternoon. At noon a cov- the, circle to Carpenter's for re- Nearly 100 highway patrol recruits -
of .friends are Invited. devotional service, .after which feet. Headlights should be,used in' Circuit
ry luncheon will be. nerved In freshments. .. Mr* Junius M.. 'Smith reviewed received detailed Instruction day or night when the visibility Florlda.-Jn Court Chanery, IIradt. <)fd Co",
Educational Building next to Circle Number Two on the traffic law as well as ton 'W. John 0, noulob
an article :from the World Out- is not clear for a distance'of 500 Nartun On
church. Circle No. 2 WMU Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was hostess general police education. At the October 6th. 1941, the Rona""
: look entitled "Student Work in feet. All cars! must have fed taillights John'b. Barton whu.. d.r.n.s..
to Circle Two, and her living room end of the training about 25 per- visible for ,distance unknown, 111! reuul'rid"rde re
:Rural Tennessee that are a to eDDeu
Circle No. 2 of the Baptist the
Employes M. U. met Monday afternoon at and cool screened porch were Mrs L. D. Vining circle chairman cent of the men received a spe- of 500 feet. Trucks: must This filed to b.agalnM'_him'q
in examination of drivers.
and cial week ,
decorated with bowls vases course four
Lake presided over a business session equipped with clearance lightson ''fY .
PartyThe the home of Mrs R. H. Cox at Bradfordfor Counl put,
the State Farm with eight members of many colored zinnias. and at this time It was reported the front and rear reflectorson I newspaper. Puhll.hed Teiegrp In b,
of the The meeting was opened with a August of Briefly the 1941 law provides: ford County, $Iarke, """Id II,
entire personnel and visitors present. that in the sum each side/ of the rear.Every 4. Flurlda,,
eight conducted up'to 60 milesan 1941. II<
devotional service by Daytime speeds
Drug store-employer and Mrs. W. B. Alexander led the 110 had been givenfor the special vehicle must have ade- (OFFICIAL !$'EAI.) A. ,
to 50 J
Powell who read the hour and night speed up Tbnr
Mrs. G. C. Clerk
-worked all afternoon fund" for local work and at this Circuit
Mrs. A ; brakes view mirrors Court ,
devotional assisted by ; rear BrOdf
quate County
madehelpful hour for automobiles Florida.
and .
13th chapter of St. John miles an I
of last week and took meeting an offering of $7.90 was A 4(1( I
M. Darby, Mrs. J. E. Futch, and hazards existon and workable windshield wipers.
1 comments on the reading. "where no special
off from 6 to 12
''Iw half day Mrs H. L. Hough. The business made. State road patrolmen thoroughly
and 23 milesan
t' "The All-conquering Book an state highways"
M. conducted Mrs. The October meeting will be familiar with the law will be
1 t "took off" meeting was by I article in the World Outlook, was hour in business and residential TO CWECK
6 o'clock to The
they heM with Mrs. L. D. Vining.
Alexander, leader. White Vehicles which I charged with the responsibilityof RI
reviewed by Mrs. J, W. ; sections. .
Canova cottage at Kingsley circle had as guest, the presidentof
Circles raisinga all
The Baptist are seeing that cars operating
where they enjoyed swim "Methodism In the Pbilllpines"waa the WSCS, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. weigh more than 8000 pounds may
fund to assist a girl at the on our highways are operated in IN7"
ffit buffet, with reviewed by Mrs. William drive 50 miles an hour In the day-
A, d' a supper orphanage to start college, and strict accordance, with the law
hour at
Peaceful miles
and "The and 45
la Canova bome- Blair; Army I time an
a a Circle No. 2 contributed $43 to and they are prepared ,to test '
for All Men" was '
that Fights night. .
r attractions.moving picture Mr.show Canova and this fund and personal donationsof read by Mrs. W. E Middleton. Presbyterian Auxiliary There is no actual limit, but lights, brakes and so on to de- take66

$6 were made. This article was an account of the I speeds in excess of these are termine mechanical fitness.
several reels which he bad The Ladles' of the
W. M. U. ,
Mrs. Darby, president work of the Salvation Army in facie evidence of earless I .
with his own motion pic read an article by Clana Flynn I Presbyterian Church will meet prima .n

camera. Pictures were also entitled "What of the Night?" I many countries.In next Tuesday. Sept. 9. at 8 P. M. and reckless driving.
of the picnic crowd at the and the meeting closed with prayer the absence of the circle at the home of Mrs. W. A, Stern. Day begins at one half hour

Nt Thursday. by M.... Cox.During chairman, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, the The young people will have charge before sunrise and ends one half PUBLIC. ACCOUNTANT

those present were: Mr. business session 'was presided over of the program and Mrs. W. A.j hour after sunset, for purposes cf 1208 Graham Building
the social hour a delicious -
Mrs. L. A. Canova; Mrs E. E. by Miss Amelia Ray, assistant Bonham will have charge of the the law. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Mrs. Q. W, Alderman; salad course was served by chairman, and the secretary Miss Devotlonals. All members and! Automobiles shall not be drivenat Phone 5-6307

p and Mrs. W. B. Parks; Mr. tho little granddaughters of the Olive Ray, read minutes of pre- friends of the church are invitedto such slow'speeds' as impede

tit' Mrs. Jimmie Van Dlen; Mr. b08 teues. vious meeting. The circle treasurer attend. Hostesses will be or block normal and reasonable ------- ----------

Mra. Leonard Klnchen; Wil Mrs.\ Shepherd, gave a report Mrs. Stern and Miss Lucile Mitchell. movement of traffic.

P Rivers; :Mies Dorothy Gray; Young Matrons CircleThe and took an offering for the The generally recognized hand

1 Eloise Bullock; Henry God- matron's circle of local l woik, which amounted to signals mustibe, given at all times firI /

I : Arthur Griff; and Miss young $16.40. Arrangements were made Tn Circuit Court.,Hruilford County, and continuously for 100 feet before -
the Baptist W; M. U. will meetat for flowers In the church P'1<.rlda. In Chancery., Extells makesa
:May. placing a driver slows down or
the home of the leader, Mrs. Johnson va, Chart C. Johnson. On O
for the next month. The chair- Monday, October, 6th 1841, the de- turn.
H. 1.. Hough, Monday, Sept. 8, endunt.. Charles C. Johnson* whoae
man of mission study
'n4 -\ at 4 P. M. The membership Is residence I* Peabody Apartments, ,No U-turns may be made on
y there would be a study of the Columbus, Georgia In required to
_ urged to be present, as this will book, "Jesus and Social Redemption" appear to the bill filed agalnut him
Friends will be interested to be the last meeting of the W. M. herein.. Thl. order tn be published
of the marriage of Mia by John W. Shackford, on once a week for four consecutive MISSION HALL
U. year. Thursday, September 11. at the week In Bradford County Tel.. Do Your
Meriwether to Thomas graph a ...." .. published In AND TABERNACLEA y Trading
3 qn Saturday, August 30, DavisMcKelveyMiss church, with Mrs. J. T. Guy of aid Bradford County. : .i y.i Sarasota. Hampton as leader and she wouldbe September 4th, 1&41. good program was presentedat where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware art
jk ti OFFICIAL SEAL' J. Thomas,
( ) A.
d'v t4' + Mrs; Birdaong Is the slater of Ruth McKelvey, daughterof assisted by several of the local Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford the closing' session of music given away with every $40 in trade

; Kay Wilson, in Alexander's Mr. and Mrs. A. M. ,McKelvey, I County Florida. 9-6 4t 9-26 school last Monday night. The or certificates.

Mt'p'Gey ., and was In Starke several of Starke, and E. E. Davis were singing\ on the part of students Are Redeemed

4' III" t prior to her marriage. quietly married Sunday evening, showed great improvement as a h if SMITH'S GARAGE

$ .'and Mrs. Birdsong are mak- August 24, in Macclenny.Mr. Carolyn Callstreet result of the ten weeks' course. I uCC
: '
their home in Washington, and Mrs. Davis will make Those who took lessons on musical STARKE, FLORIDA

C., where Mr. Birdsong Is em- their home In Lawtey. Mr. DavisIs Instruments performed well. Mr.

in the ,navy yard. employed at Camp Blandlng. and Mrs. Ganus, of Birmingham.
Ala., are to be commended for

dt"p. ---..-.-..----..---..--..--- ------_._-... Well Folk The gala were I a hunk where' he though U the excellent work they sccom-I Guaranteed '

t formal and the guys were ultra' wouldn't show .,. "Thanks," said plished In the brief course I GREEN'SSTORE

1. informal, but everybody bad a the enlisted man. (Caking the hair hoped that an advanced course I

1940 WILLYS COUPE 1940 good time anyhoo Long, and folding it Into a letter he will be conducted at some future ;

dresses escorted by slack suits held in his band "You see," date A violin was awarded to Flour

might give Emily Post a severe he continued, removing his cap to Miss Caudle Hazen for havingprepared

,., cW Sacrifice $365.00 Bargain case of hiccups but what's the show a completely bald head "I the best music copy

1 '' T; difference a hundred years from used to have hair like yours, but 'book. I I

nov? Course I'm talkln' It's all gone now. I'm going home Mr. Gomes had charge of the II
b. 1p A-l Condition I about the Bargain Dance at the soon on leave so I'm sending this service at the Mission Hall Tues ,I 24 Cash & Carry

Armory las' Friday night In case to Sears Roebuck, and having day night. "The wealth of the 65 C
N. Walnut St.
you didn't know 'Twas a them make up a wig to match it. poor and the poverty of'the rich" pounds

r li ,z'' See Mr. Campbell 304 N. Walnut St. mixture of Bradford County natives I can't go home like this." was the subject of the Bible I Starke Fla.

Uncle Sam's nephews, and Donald was so dumbfounded he Study. ,

d welcome newcomers to Starke didn't think to ask whether the The Children's Bible study and
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enlisted man had shaved his hair story hour Is conducted by Mrs. I

off. In the well-known Standing Thornquest every Wednesday aft.

lUll Graham was there, proudly style, or whether It had actuallyall ernoon. She is assisted by Mrs. Sugar 5 Pound.SALT2'Pkgs 27c
escorting wife Alice, who was
Sandwiches Short Orders fallen out as a result of rig- Merseteau.
stunnln In white dress with red
orous Army life, or sumpin The services at the Tabernacleheld
Jacket Ruth and Jack Scanlan .
there for short time but not each Friday and Sunday

I I The A 8 A Cafe get tin' to dance a much for talkin' Of Interest here Is the follow- night are being conducted out of __ ONIONS, 3 Ibs. l 1Qc

to ole friends (Please note: ing Item snitched from the Tampa doors and an amplifying system Rolls

Scanlan is 'spelled with two a's Times-(yes, they have gossip adds td the enjoyment. The meet- Quart Toilet 3

Headquarters For Good Food Ruth told me so herself) columnists there too): "A romance Ings for this week will be con- MUSTARD ___ 10c TISSUE 10cPotatoes10
MLtlam Guy back from summer that began when the ducted by Mr Gomes.

school at Tally an' gettln' a rous- girl and boy were at college will Everyone Is invited to attend

In' rush from one tall blonde sold- culminate soon In a wedding. Mar- the Bible School at the Tabernacle S.N

Regular Dinners Cold Drinks Jer !In particular Edwina Wiggins garet Rodgers met Darby Jonesof Sundays at 3:00: P, M. 0,118c

promenadln' with I Buddy Gainesville when h e was a -

Bishop--a pre-collltch dance for student at the University of Flor- NOTICESeptember! 4th. 1941

both Dorothy Delavan an' ida and she attended F. S. C. W. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.NOTICE For
v' Bill Long sprlnklln corn meal on She attended many of the Phi IS HEREBY GIVEN, GlUTS or 10 Ibs AllMEAL 3
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter -
1 the floor for that extra smoothness Delta Theta dances at the University 18296. Lawn of Florida, Art 28c BREAD J5cQuart
!91 Dot Powell and Nina and he practically com- of the 1937 following known described a. the MUHF'HY land In I -- _

V e I PR UKTH Bishop, lookln' almost like twin muted to Tallahassee. Since graduating Bradford County, Florida will beoffered MAXWELL HOUSE Ib PEANUT

iq r { sisters gettln' twin rushes .1''.I Darby has been working for the highest for Male and at best public vault outcry bid.Htibject .I COFFEE __ 28c BUTTER 20c
in Jacksonville
affair and has .
Altogether a neat -down to Margaret to the right of the trustee
the little cullud boy with the made many trips there, in fact of the Internal Improvement Fund
to reject any and all bids, at the
E HTR E soprano voice Orchids to Op- she Flopped over for a short visitto Courthouse beginning at 10:00: o'-

perman & Dowling Inc.. for such pick out an apartment when clock October A.A.M.D.on 1941.the Easement 4th., day for of I RICE 4 Pounds 23c

5THRKE.FLDRIDR a wunnerful time Howsabout she returned home last week froma road right of way 200 feet wide
another one soon? vacation In No'rth Carolina. will be reserved from any parcel
through which there l I. an existing
Thelr's will be a September wed Htate KoadWiji -
HIM an MMM| >HJ T. Weeks doin See, fI TWJl. e. S. R. U E. II Acres, 32 Oz. 'Jar TABLE No. 2 1.2
stint Sam IM-
at Fort
"LADY FROM CHEYENNE"With Leonard Wood. Missouri W. A. W. Andemon writes! ) from OF FDA -

Loretta Robert Preston T. Clute tran acUn' big blzness In La., that the Civil War is bein' JJy:. A. J- Thomas.. Agent Trustees. Can
Young I Fund Bradford County. It POTTED 3 ''Cans PRINCE
T' Latest Paramount News Kangaroo County (Travelogue) Daytona Tuesday Traded his fought all over again, in case you 1 10c

By Lowell Thomas ole Chevvy for a LaSalle an* saw didn't know Seems the 31st MEAT __ -_ lOc ALBERT
by a long shot! Informal program
a 85-year-old widower friend mar- was pitted against the 43rd in one
Tuesday Sept. 9-Double Feature ried to In' durin' the dance revealeda
a dash young widow maneuver an' during an attack 1
new"an Soldier
No. FARMERS" DAUGHTER"With with a ready-made famblly of four the 167th Inf., boys from Ala., gotso rubbed

Martha Rays Charles Ruggles George Hill chuckln' his soda excited they threw down their broom handle on floor, givin' off Tomatoes N- CaD 7 c

No.2MlIEET THE CHUMP"With fountain career to become a super 'rifles and shouted. "B",at h- noises like a bass viol (Butdon't ,
Hugh Hurbcrt.-Also "Drafted In The Depot" Comedy try it on your* mama's lIv-
,salesman of photographs That outta those g. d. yankcea! .. In' room) Add civic beautification -

Wednesday Thursday Sept 10 11 'streak of. gray Jn Lex: Green's hairis The. yanks retreated (who : Cutles from the new

t + "MARYLAND"With beginning to make him look wouldn't?), but the umpires pen- Belvedere Club ,(Lake
Brooklyn '
Walter Brennan Brenda Joyce more distinguished than ever alized the Confederates 2.000 strollln down Call Street ) MILK Tall Cans, 2 For 15c

Latest Paramount News Grantland Rice Sportllghts yards "We captured yanksby
Donald McKee tells It-so It the thousands The South -
Ifc' ;4 Friday, Sept. 12 mus' be true! Seems he was has been vindicated!1" Pvt. Anderson Cool air 1 la t week (reportedly

rif "NO NO NANETTE"With 'applyln' himself I Industriously exclaims down from Canada, and undoubt- Jersey or

Anna Neagle Roland Young tother day to his Job In the C. B. edly already returned) gave an Corn Flakey 6c

-::1ti "Riders of Death Valley" No. 9 George Olsen & Orcb. postofflce: when officer tnklin' of things to come A : 's Pkq.
an and
G, Well Well, Well After allthese Football, huntln, and better radio Kellogg .-
1' Saturday, Sept. 13--Double Feature an man suddenly loomedup years in Starke, Mrs. W. L. programs Wally Stewart all
I I No. 1 "THE "Give this man a lock of CREAMERY GROUNDBUTTER
t APE"With Blair gets lost on her way to the ready For November 20th : Ib MIXED

Boris Karloff your hair, the officer demanded, Missionary l Circle meeting In Mrs.L Has his bird dog Td 'be all __ 35c MEAT iSc_
without battln' _
No. 2-"WILD HORSE RANGE"With an eye Don p. Shepherd's apartment at the ready for fall too If the installment If)

Jack Randall aId thought it was some kind of T. J. Griffin home! Found buyln' ban hadn't snatched GUARANTEED Doz. DAISY
"Riders cf Death Valley" No. 9 Cartoon i Joke so went on busily with his herself 26c
on Walnut St.. Instead of a fur coat right outta my bands FRESH EGGS
P work '. "I said 35c CHEESE '
MIJ) IUUT SHOW STCKIY 11:30: I man Cherry an' had to duck Into a .. Doggone itt As 'tis, guess _
"GIRL IN THE NEWS" a lock of yourbalrl"! tile officer phone and call up for directions I'll.make that vintage 1839 num-

repeated-this time !In no uncer- "r celebrate Labor -Day ber of Dressed
With Margarlte I-ockwootl I mine do another year FRYERS'' 27c
Also Selected Short Subjects tain terms ? Donald suddenly with a weiner roast supper an* Informal Jus' half to grin an' wear it ,

realized the men were in deadly dance afterwards All Says your (threadbare) Poundk

I J earnest, so reluctantly snipped out I the soldiers aren't in Louisiana, Carolyn..


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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs.-T. J, Griffin, Mrs. Carrie|I MOTH R OP. APPLICATION I TO TIlE \OTKM': I I I
tBITS I Ritch :Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and | POK T\\ I>KKIIWraat > Many of my friend have aaked t
Illll 's... 101.,> me to offer my services to the City
son Cut, and Mias Gloria Johns NOTIfK' IS HRHKHY O1VKN.: nf Starke a.* one of the two Ooun- ,:
spent Friday in Ovedio as guests That T. J. Alderman holiler of Tax I ,'11", .... to be elected. I on September'
SurreY of Orahaia Miss Nettle Dowling is In Jacksonville \ Mrs. 1.. D. I \ Certlflcatea Numbered renpertlvely nth. tlellevlnir that my pant' bual-
Vining Is in Atlanta, [ of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan. 1
Saude 13 and 69 l I.su..4 .
Wedne'carpenter I th. 7th.. iMy of: ness experience<< qualifies me to fulfill -
fjsltor 1n Stark ] visiting) ber aunt, Mrs. Ga.. visiting her parents, Mr. and !I II I AiiKU't. 1\139;t ; Mo. Z5S lHued, the the diitlea of this Important :.
alt, day of ID29 4S7'' (office I respectfully autitult,
James Godbold. Mrs. W. I.. Joiner. Aiimmt. ; ?'Jn'u. my
MIlS Margaret Pearce who hasa am) U7! iHHueO the 7th., day c.f'' cauaw to the voters I am a veteran
I travelling position In Ohio with j July 1930; N,.. 499 tmiued. the ?th., of the World War, and Htudled. law
returned yebu9ineM *- I Mrs. to Mrs. Irwin :McElroy* of Atlanta Lloyd Moore and Mrs. her brother-in-law and sister Mr. stint the 3rd day of August, 1931: expert. I was born and reared near e. I
from a trlp Ga. Amy Ritch of Raiford were visit- and Mrs. L. W. Kemper, is at No. goo IxHiied, the 7th., day of WakullA In Went. Florida, and be
was a guest last week of :Mr. ors bere AuffUHt. 11139; No. 114 I"".,.. the lieve that If I am honored with
Ga. and Mm Fred Vednesday.Mr. home for a two-wetfks vacation. I 4th.. day of July. 1938; and No. M>7 this office that mjr services. will be
Guy. iMHUed. the 2nd.. day of July 19114. beneficial *0. the local, cltlsena. I
has filed In I have Invented. In
Smith anddaughter name my offtre and Stsrke property
d 101111. Elredge and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mrs. David W. Moore spent' haa mad application for tax deedto I to I the extent of m.floooo( and
Diana. spent the Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green spent Sunday in Monticello with Monday afternoon visiting In'' he Inniied thereon.8ald ewpect to remain here from now Even

nd In Sb<.buU. :Ml--. visit- are announcing the arrival of a Mr. Shepherd's mother. Starke. Mr. and I MI'. Moore and the certificate following).* respectively described em.hrae. -* on. -JOB, F. Jo-Jo( ) Itabeck.In abroken

S I1th'lI parent Mr. and son on Wednesday August 27, at family are now located at '1433 ertlea In the County of .J'r.r, -
their home near Lawtey. Mrs. Irwin LaSalle St. So. Jackonville. State of Florida, to-wit: Circuit Court Bradford armisxtsobad
Eo Toney. McElroy of Atlanta NE14 Sec. 84 Twp. C S. n. SO B., Count Fln"I.-ln.. ,
Ga., was a guest last week of oontatnlna1 160 acres, more or lees., Mary Ilyrnea Y. Smith. Plaintiff Chancery.,
Mr. and Mrs Fred Guy. The fire truck waa called out 22. under Certificate ,No. Franklin Arthur Mmlth.' efendant.

I about noo nFTIday of last week W'i of WI 4
omPt Service Careful Drivers Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter because of a lot of smoke and containing NWi. 8ec. iff 60 Twp.acres,7 more 8. ",R or SI lean K.,, ArI'htir to ..the Smith bill defendant.la required. Franklin to ap- if its insured

spent Thursday of last week In very little fire as a pile of trash U.I I.. embraced under Certificate No. pear herein. This order filed to he avalnat\published him

Tampa on a business was being burned back of the once a week for four oonaecotlve
trip. NW'
4 of NE 4 Taxi Starke laundry. Twp. I 8. n. 23 K., containing to Kradfnrd County Tele-
tarke ServiceLocally graph '
acre.*. more or lena, I IN embraced Bald Bradford, \ newspaper. \published In Charley E. Johns
Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Sewell returned under Certificate. No. 261. County.cYe'rEVlr
Friday after a short stayIn Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and NB 4 of Nl!:'. of NKU A B 80 *. /'CF.AI.I' ('.,url.81.rk. *. '. Thomas' AgencyStark
Owned and and Lakeland.Mr. their Jack Halle of Washington ft of NW*, of fEH: of >1K'4 See .., Florida Aurimt.
Opeated Lcesburg guests 2J Twp. I $. 8. It R., 11 acre, JO 1941.
D. C. and Mr. and Mrs. more or less, I. embraced under 1-8 4t 9.2$ Florid

Phone '150 and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Woodfin G. Halle-of\ West Palm Certificate lAt 4 of No.Ink 42?. 44, LIvingston ST"N()( K.\I'II-E R 8 NOT.-: 119 Kant Call Street'

Sunday In Fernandina with his'I Beach, spent Sunday afternoon at Trubv & Co'n Sub TMvlalon tfIf. ', PAD5-U. e a c IIKAOFOltD Telephone IS J
of NRi
HeIll '
Twp. C
mother, Mrs. Mary Davis. II Jacksonville Beach. }oJ., l I" embraced under ('. COl'NTY TEKKSKAIMI.:
>y Night'V. No._ 497. .rLItI".t.1

V Mrs. V. S. St. John Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs...W L. Edwardsand Truby Lot &:S ("of o's But.nik I nivlnlon 4*. (Mvlni-mon of NEil,! ,00>"'-_-- p Vp -_ _"_,_aVpRENTANEWI94I_ _._ -.Qo r

.. Dew, and Miss Grace' Dew spent daughter Fredrlka- ami Mrs. of :.SK'n; t<...". 211 Tap S 8. ft. 22: ,

4 Vs ...- ....---- U. .. ..... -_!__ Wednesday In Jacksonville. Frank G. Bauknight and daugher No.K, IN 489.embraced' under certificate| '

I Jane Merrill were guests of\ KKij: of J Kif H.o. 17 Twp. 7 H.t ,

URANCE A N D. BONDS J. B. Rowe had as his week-end Mrs. W. H. Smith and Miss| Kate or R. 22 I.:".K... ,la contalnlnir embraced, 40 under acres certlfl, morn hfn 1 1t. '

guest his son-in-law and daughter Struth on Labor Day. !I cut* No. 41 K.
'( of NXV'i ex 12 \ tn HK': Cor t.G ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker. 11'1.\1
Twp. 7 H. II, 22 1.:., contain- ;
Mrs.. H. A. Bishop and daughters -, log OH acre, more or less, !I. eintirarcil j

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant Miss Helen Dowling pent Sun. Mrs.. W. C. Powell and Miss I $' '). of under K., of certificate J.lif of NK'4:No.of 200 NRtt8ep. ( .

day afternoon and evening In Nina Bishop, Harold Bishop and 30, Twp. 7 8. H. 23 H., oon.I UDRIVEITBLANDING
Daytona Beach with friends. Mrs. Nina Llpford of Green Cove I I talnlnv embraced. B undvr acre,certificate more or No.lea,214.I*

Springs returned home last week NW4 & WU of H*. of
Service Over 50 Years Mrs. Lynn Graham returned after a visit in New Orleans, La. SKi! five. t3j'w; ,,. 7 H. U. 22 M ,
contalnlKK no arr..co. inure or !less, .. .
he-re Friday after spending a week IM embraced, under certificate No. - -4 r

ease Phone 146 Starke with her parents In Dublin Ga. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wlnkler and I I:I I 60 The?. .CI..m..nt of the nlil prop.

oldest son, Warren, recently returned -' erty under Maid cettiricate Nt>. 22
I Bill Chalker has returned to from a ten-day vacation i I wan, In the name of Waller Wllla;
.ec...._p__...__ -,pp p p -'_ _J..--nee, Charleston, S. C.. where he will trip Washington, D. C., Buf I acHt-Nnnvcnt under, the laid of the certificate miUI pmp.erty No J
I'l wee In the name of Unknown ,
resume his studies at the Citadel. falo. N. Y. and Cunnda. They : The' HimeKiinient of the sAId l property -;
visited relatives Washington I under saId certlflcnt I No. 303wn '
Miss June Dyer who has bees and Buffalo. 'rite* In the mime of P. T. Tarker OFFICES PARAMOUNT: CHILL STAIIKEOIM'OSITK '
RITZ THEATREWEEK I ieMnient of laid 1 property
the guest of Miss Virginia' Sewell. under ,Nald certificate N'.. 437 w...
returned recently to her home in V. S. St. John and daughter, I a In enKinent the name of, of Hald J. A.property Altnian;untIe The ATE: "C" CAMP\ ISLANDING

Bartow. Alice left Friday of lust week aid certificate No. 497 WAN In 'h.'
BEGINNING SUNDAY, Sept. 7 for Darien Conn Mr. St. John ',lame, of .Ivlnimton./ Truby* ("0,:
The HHHpHxmeiit of the nal'1 prop Phone Starke 161
Mrs. Letle Stilley returned spent a week visiting friends and erty under Bald. pettlfIcate$ No. 401
relative, while Alice will enter wait in the name of Ja.. lira nil .
Sunday, ,Monday-Sept. 7, 8 home Sunday after spending two The assessment of the said l property 0--------- --p.a
the Darlen High' School where
months visiting relatives in Jack- iimler Bald certificate No. 41Swa \
"LOVE CRAZY"Starring she la a senioi1 In the name of 1n.. Ivey I'ol-
sonville.Mr. lard; The nviiment. of the Bald J
properly[ under ..*',1 l certificate N... -ELECT- .
William Powell and :Myrna Loy Mrs. Mae Edwards, Miss Elaine >too>(( was In the name,. of In... Ivey
Added:.Fox News and Cartoon and Mrs. Leo Edwards of I'ullurd. : The HKnenvment' of the, cnxl' I
Edwards: Joe Edward and James
Feinandina were last week property under Bald certificate No. \I
HIM M H MWHMIHHIHMMIHHHMHMaHMMaMMMtaHHMMI B H HHHMHHMMM1HMM Mayes returned Sunday from a 214 WAN In the name, of Unknown: CARL RITCH
of :Mr. Edwards' mother Mrs. The aBdeBHinenl of the aald property .
Tuesday, Sept. 9-Double Feature Edwards.Mr. week trip to Chattanooga, Tenn.. under Hald certlflcatfl Vo. Su 7 I
Lacy Birmingham Ala., and New Orleans wax In the name of J. H. )over. .
"SHINING VICTORY"and irnlBK ealil. certlfItt.p! shall. \ he'redeemed CITY COUNCILMAN
La. They'covered a distance -
accordlna; to law the
and Mrs. Lacy Silcox and
of 1,900 miles. property deicrlbed, therein will he
daughter, Jo Ann. have returned Hold lo the hl.heBt. bhhl.r"l the
"THEY MEET AGAIN"With short visit with relatives courthotiBe. door on the. first Mon .______,_ \
from a day. I In the .month
Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray, of of October 1941.
Jean Hersholt Dr. ChristianAlso at Iron City Ga. which" IB the Dth day of October Year-- I
as Lakeland, were rue l Wednesday A. I' 1941.
Over 4 A Resident and Tax
: Bob Chester and Orchestra of :Mrs. J, W. White. Mr. Ray 'lia'ted. this 3rd day of Septeni- '
Mrs. Gayle Sewell returned b..r. A. l>, 1941.OFFICIAL ,
MM B B BMMMMMMIMHMMMMHM HB B B BBB B B HB BMBMMOTMMMMMMIMMHMMMIBM after spending several had been to Live Onk to performthe ""104 I.) A. 3. Thomas, Starke
Wednesday Thursday Sept. 10 11 home Tuesday marriage ceremony for (two Clerk of circuit Court of Hradford
days In Leesburg with relatives former Southern College students County, Florida. 8-6 Hall I ,

"THE BAD MAN" and friends.! who had attended service at Col. j _--V-,- --_._...

|:h Wallaee Beery, "Lionel 'Barrymore, Laraine Day .,j lege Heights Church.Mr. in <(<'Ircuit (' 'ominty C "
: : : : I'n !; :.f"t:; "
of Jacksonville : J
Added: Comedy and MGM News Roger and Rurlc residents Wells of I"i"rlda.-In U..ry v. l'ti'vie( (I. 11..ry. Un Mu.day. .ii.)-: I IIAVK OI' HATEn A SUCCESSFUL
and Mrs. Robert Graves of 4 h'toI.r I ihe defend.Sn ,
here Wednesday ,: .1.h\11r4\ : :
Staike-were visiting Chattanooga; Tenn., and Mr. and F.uaene ( of .lgcketnlii
Friday, Sept. 12-Double Feature ,,. 'l..rIds' wi,,' to beCnuf"eiIn4 L1EVK THAT I CAN SEUVE YOU i iSUCCESSFULI.Y
afternoon. Mro.' William Graven of Jacksonville ( himself. :"alt"'I.:: service I

"SWEETHEARTS OF THE CAMPUS"by Ilench. were here Thursday of. i.rces.. rannot b. haul. u.n hint. .
Is required to "1".11"' 10 the hili
| Ketler Harriet Hilliard, Ozzie Nelson and Band Houston McClane of Kalamazoo. of last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. fll,'". ..,O".L. him hoar.ln. This
Mich., pent a few days this week T. A. Graves and Mr. and Mrs.J. irl. r to to, i'ii i'i"IeheI' tim,'. S I'CII "
and Mr. and Mrs for tnr ersecuIve. :,:: weeks.I: itraulforI I- i BEING A I'I.U\lIH.m: BY TRADE> I BELIEVE -
with his parents of Graham. ,
A. Graven
"BULLETS FOR O'HARA" T. K. McClane, Sr. paper piii 1.1 ll..ned 1'.I"lIrlll.h.I In ..ald. Bradford a cuews : : THAT I CAN SERVE: T II l K '
County, /Htarkw' Florida Kept, 4th,
Louis Shafkln. manager of the 11141. ,
Mrs.\ Bernice.Opperman Mrs. Bland Jewelry & Military ioFFir-iAi.1 1'1 to;"T.) A. j 'I'hnnasI V
Saturday, Sept. 13-Double Feature and Mr. and '...rk Circuit l Court, Drailford' THE; VAST ;
Frances Parker Headquarters, and Mrs. 3.fandlesman. (C'ounty Florida. ".11 4t tt.>it>* PROJECT) THAT IS COMING UP IN
"THE SIlO'IVDO JVN" Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Sat } manager of the Rogers

With William Boyd, and urday In Jacksonville.Mr. Jewelry & Army store, returned THE: NEAR: FUTURE. V

Saturday morning from a J. II. COUKTMANCII
and Mrs. Geo. W. Thomas two-weeks' buying, trip In New WaUh-Maker I WILL APPRECIATE' YOUR VOTE AND PROMISE: ,
4 of "The White Eagle" have Just returned from Daytona York City. BUY WITH CONKIDICNCE
Beach where they spent several AT ELECTED: : :! A FAIR ANI IMPARTIALADMINISTRATION

days visiting relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Paul Raymond ocR IIOMi JEWELER I
were in Jacks onvllle Sunday
Vi ,. and Mrs.. Hamilton Ritch, visiting Mrs. Raymond's slater
Sunday ------
NAT SEZ of Gainesville, were gueBts Mrs. M. H. Lang. a patient in St. 1 1Vlncent'B DDDUDWCOODl$4DoDdWUoDoW5DWIDtOD'DtOfOt' \ () I fOIDCtIdJC1IC.DIIIIDI I1HDlIl( (OIDI
: of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ho pltal. Mrs. Lang'sbrother t I

Ferryman at Kingsley Lake. and sister-Jerry Moore
v1 ...
When a store has been In bu. -
and Miss. Amy Moore-also visited\
t neni a* long aa we have and the Sgt. James Dennis returned to her Sunday.A .

If same customer keep coming back Louisiana Wednesday after spending y

week here with his wife and and his wife from Way-
for more, the sign must be right. a man
Charlene Eliza In Starke, last ,
baby daughter, cross, Georgia were
If you can pleaae most of the people -
beth. Friday Investigating the possibility
aU of the time are either ,
of establishing a mattres repair -

.giving them their money's northor Mlsa Carolyn Hutto returned place here. They had been

you've got them badly fuolwl. Tuesday to Columbia, S. C., after in the business for some time ( ;

One or t'other. spending the Labor Day holiday and had recently sold out such a ;

here with her parents Mr. and business In Waycrom.Mlsa j jI

Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
\ Edna Pearce who has just

SCHOOL SHOES Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned I finished her training In the Jack

home Tuesday after spending ten son Memorial Hospital\ Miami.

New Fall stock has just come In. Pricesare days in Jacksonville with her son-' cam home Wednesday and will
and 1.lrs.1 remain In Starke until the meeting .
way below the current market. in-law and daughter Mr. NEW FALL
Godbold.Mr. of the State Board In Jacksonville -
You cannot go wrong with In October, at which time

I PETERS DIAMOND BRAND" I and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell and she will appear before the Board

on. James Edward. have returned for examination. Gage Hats $298U ;;

to their home In Leesburg Tuesday -I -I ,)

"JO DEE" New FallSHOES after a visit with Mr. and Shoes
Sewell. ,
Mrs. W. B.
Dresses Made
or the Mr: and Mrs. L. A. Canova and 'V. '} I
Junior Miss in three sons. who spent the past

"zes 11 to 15 For Women six weeks at the Canova cottage DRESSES I.
returned to FALL COATS FALL
They are tops. All New Styles on Kingsley Lake .
their home here Tuesday.Mr.
$5.95 k'H $18.95 Up $6.95 Up
& $3.45 .
$2.45 and Mrs. R. C. Buford had (

as week-end guests Mr. Buford's H

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

While They Last Mr.. T J. Buford. and daughter,
All Colors .
Our Lucy Ann, of Jacksonville.Ulss also V.
Present Stock Don't wait until )'our.hoH .

of \- Mens Cloth Gloria Johns returned to are entirely worn out. Have I SUITS AND EVENING DRESSES
Jacksonville Mondayand them rrpoJred now and
Mark her home In
Twain"SHIRTS Hats was accompanied by her aunt ave the money you would V

Mr. Carrie Ritch. who visited pay for new one*. We give Moderately Priced 1 1I

Fine For \\.or.//'t Df. and Mr. C. C. Meno..*a. yea saving. and .Utfae.
Only tlon with quirk and dependable -

Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bates and lien'Ice.' Call today. -

$1.65 $1.00 children, Virginia. Juanlta and 'V I

Raymond and, Mrs.who O.were W. White gue U returned of- CaliStreet'V
Monday to their home In Hollingsworth L ElL: A 5

STERNBERG'S West Palm Beach. Mr.born Bate after and Electric Shoe Shop ;

family were enroute Oppoolt* Park Theatre
spending a month at Highlands.j

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,SEP S:"" '1941'' .'

-- I 1 1F'ARMERS'

SECTION I WITH OUR FARMERS I LIVE STATE NEWSPATROL tivities agriculture"In all and fields! ,, of m; u-.

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HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD RURAL W. H. Morgan grows mostly school house .in the County. We I Orlando. Defense savings I ) boys brands Complete vMth
We always Tallahassee-Eighty-two end
his 20-acre have good teachers. can brooch
t COMMON SENSE. corn and peanuts on been added to the State stamps will be placed on sale at come In the last ,
. farm 9 miles northwest of Law- tell what kind of teachers: men have decade bit
MW Patrol under the expansion all .Florida ,chain stores starting tensive being in !,
He is planning to sell his we have by the quality of pupils Higuway the h
tey. a
1 l MAKING EATING FUN Keep your pullets and turn them place and buy a larger one and they turn out. We bave a fine program authorized by September 13, according: to an an- lands of Florida

Appetizing food sells nutrition Into laying bens Instead of putting start growing cotton he stated school at Hellbronn Springs," he the last legislature. nouncement by Chester B. Tread- PERFUME

I l to the family. Unless meals have them on the market this Saturday. He is planning to purchase concluded; "five teachers and 129 way Florida managing Chain Store director Association.of the FROM Cl1'&rs '

summer thereby providing: more 44 acres from FrazIer Shaw pupils. And we have a good MORE AUTOMOBILES lennont.--<'cJJ1Vertlnl
in the element of human the
them will be
How the
long stamps on
; We have electricity Automobile registrations of Florida
v .y. for.Uncle Sam's food-for-de- one mile from Brooker. He hopes school building. Jacksonville,- fruits flow
satisfaction: they may go half- eggs to put in about 20 acres of cot- and 40..acres in the cam- in Florida in 1940 totaled sale will depend largely upon the herbs into ery tin j
fense program and aiding your the public gives. Tread- costly p(!rfulDea
eaten. Everything that makes ton. "There is not much cotton pus." 503,678 an Increase of 4 ,063 over response a day It
mu. make the own Income. This is the adviceto to final break- way asserted holding that the work lo Vito
t eating fun goes to up grown in this section Mr. Morgan 1939 according: a of this 1Ian
element of 'human satisfaction: in poultry producers offered by stated. "Some In Columbia "I've tried my best to farm down made public here today by store managers were interested city. From the 1Iot

Jinn a meal., N. R. Mehrlaof, poultryman with Suwannee Union and Alachua: but I lost a whole lot of money the statistical division of the Florida only In aiding the defense effort and trults he has found i In ,

nn 1, Good cooking, skillful m e a I the State Agricultural Extension counties, and a small amount In the first year," said J. D. Mat- State Chamber of Commerce.The to the best of their, ability. Ida, Martini baa< made w PI

planning and attractive eervtnj Bradford county. But there has thews of Starke last Saturday. percentage gain of 1940 over fumes as the
nI all help make eating fun. And of Service. been very little grown in Florida "And I lost more the second year 1939 was 9.8. NO GREEDY FISHING type which Chrlatma N

I & .) n"lt ,{ these three perhaps the most There's no definite egg short since 1917," he continued "when than I did the first and more the Tallahassee,-Fresh water anglers' Mil. for $1.200,

helpful, .&ood."cooking: age now but there may be in the the boll weevil hit." third than I did the second and FARM COLONY EXPANDS' are limited to the use of one quart Tweed Blue How

P mrS tarning to' cook'is more /1mpoftant future unless egg production is ,In addition to being a farmer. more the fourth than I did the I Calne.vine.-The Florida Farm pole and line at a time regardless Orlgan, Evening in Paris, '

Int today than ever before. increased he'' lays.. People are Mr. Morgan Is also a foremanand third ,etc.. and I bung up the :Colony was authorized last weekto of how many fishing licenses and many other types

t lo ,For today we know more about eating more eggs at home the guard of convicts at the State receiver and quit. I'm the.sorriest purchase an additional adjoin- they buy according to a ruling mules which he Uses area!The :f

+ n1,1, the food values that are gainedor Army needs lots of egg, and Prison. "I never did believe In, farmer In Bradford County" ing acreage of approximately 1- made by Attorney General Tom guarded secret. However cl

lost by cooking. And today large quantities are scheduled for being rough on human beings. ," "I'm a builder" Mr. Mathews 000 acres ,needed in its expansion Watson at the request of I. N. perfumes are prepared by ,,!t

t f P4 foolproof rules) have been workedout shipment overseas. The Govern- be said In discussing! his work as continued "I can build anything program at a price of $13 per Kennedy, secretary of the Game lug the oils from the fl'Ulta ext;

M f s.1 (nnyl by the home economists. It's ment recently asked poultry producers prison guard. "We should let our, except a foundation to build my acre. Dr. S, T. Pell superintendent and Fresh' Water Fish Commis- flowers by solution |In ala

to learn the basic principles to Increase egg production lives be examples to other peo money on." He has one farm near of the colony told the state sion. '"The granting of a license," They are then blended with n

easy for successful cooking 10 million cases during a 15-: ple. The men out there are just Lawtey another near Camp Blending cabinet the acquiring of this tract Attorney General Watson ruled, same gums and oleo-rosin
that ,
food value and month period ending next sum- about like anybody elseexcept and a third' south of Hampton will permit h. e.growing of the In- "permits the ?licensee to fish only aged for several months In
that conserve i
make the food taste best. mer; and they have responded about 10 percent of them who:I approximately 500 acres in stitution's entire: :meat supply with a single'.pole and line or rod lined tanks. '
but latest figures Indicate the Increase are desperate to handle; about' all with no acreage at all under and 'reel or 'plug bob, spinner

Y dt.t. It's Just been In recent year.. will'fall shorts. of that 90 percent of them are like anybody I cultivation. The 120 acres: near PRESIDENT FOR FSCW I spoon fly troll or other artificial BOVS THRIVE O.V CCC
for Instance that better methodsof figure. else. About 10 percent of Camp Blanding in Clay Countyare Tallahassee-. Pat Campbell bait or lure and prohibits fishing Jacksonville,-Concrete i evI

vegetable cookery and of meat "We know that we can pro- them would shoot you to get out. under the care of the C. C. C. :52. newly appointed president of with, more than one such de- of the benefits from a

cookery have been developed. duce all the eggs needed In the The rest would like to get out and are being re-forested. "If the Florida State, College for Women vice, .tandpolnt to young men SI! !:

..t.' s Today we use little water whenwe food-for-defense, program," Mr. the easy way." Government needs it for a rifle here will succeed 71-year-old Dr. I in the CCC. was disclosed t ID l

cook vegetables. W e cook Mehrhof a Mert.. "It's just a mat There are now between 1,860 range or anything else, it can Edward Conradi on October 1. "BIG BUSINESS" NOW I report to the State Welfare BoJ

4 Huai Y, t' eaA them a short' time and never add ter of having plenty of laying and 1,870 Inmates at the State have It." he said. "They can buy Campbell was unanimously chosen Jacksonville, -Florida's State' by James J. McEntee director I
soda to the cooking water. The of them it or take it free.". Farmers' Markets have definitely: the corps. McEntee
hens and taking care prison: Mr, Morgan stated; about for the position at a joint meet- 1 said > \
lid is always off the pan when properly. 130 colored women, about 34 Mr. Mathews has 10 acres in ing of the state boards of control climbed into the "Big Business" year survey of 101.856 enrolls,

green vegetables are cooking. And "Eggs are one of the best foods, white women and the remainder pecans, and all the rest of his and education. He was dean of classification and constitute one the surgeon geneial'g office,8b bo,
} r rli hNiii the liquid the vegetables are and we don't want to see anyone about equally divided between acreage is being re-forested in the senior college and graduate of the major assets of the State's ed the average 18-year-oId enroll

cooked in goes Into soups, sauces, eliminate them from his diet be-, white and colored men. The men slash pine he stated, It will make"gum" school at Peabody Institute. growing agricultural Industry. gains 10 3-4 pound and gro
} r.'r4'64 or gravies If It Isn't served with he said. The report for the first fiscal 1-2 Inch. The
iii, ld CBUHC! of shortage. On the average are composed mostly of boys (turpentine), study said tb>
the vegetable. each person in the United : under army age and men over "Liquid gold!" MARRIAGE NO BAR year In the history of State. Farmer rural enrollees increased an i\d

Meat like all protein foods- States uses 28 dozeneggs a year., army age, boys under 21 and men Tallahassee,-Attorney General Markets, June 30 1935, age of 13,07 pounds against 8

eggs milk cheese-needs a mod- We want to maintain this average over 36. The ratio of these is Careful Attention Tom Watson ruled this week that showed one market In operationwith for city boys and grew 89 met,
all during the about 60-50 he said. total sales of $518,625.: : The taller as against .81 for
A + 21t. erate temperature along with supplies for the Army Although; married girls under 21 years of nrl,
cooking time. Tender cuts of and Britain." of course, there are some of army Important, age are not barred from attending report for this fiscal year, June ites. In addition to physical I
+ n meat are cooked in an uncoveredpan age also. 30 1941 shows 21 markets in op- provement it is pointed out a
A recent United States Depart- In Managing Hens public schools in this state. "There
1 with no added water. Less ment of Agriculture report shows Asked to name the three offenses la no provision of law,"" Watson eration with total sales of $10- the special training received

u l;1 tender cuts may be made tender that about 19 percent more chicks I for which most of the pris- Successful! ,Florida farmer-poul- said, "that would deprive a girl 798612.79 and an' Increase of 49 the boys aids them In later I IU

A by cooking them slowly with have been hatched since January oners were sentenced Mr. Morgan trymen pay nearly aa much attention of her right to attend public percent over those of a year ago. ''MANUSCRII'T-

added liquid in a covered pan. 1 than a year ago but the increase gave the following classification school merely because she gets COVERS-
to the feed their
Tough meat may be ground or way they MANSION RENOVATEDTallahasseeRenovation per 100-BR.tiWORD Cot.
In numbers of young chicks : ((1)) Stealing forgery etc.- married.
I chopped to break up tough con- on farms on June 1 was disappointing robbing filling stations, stealing pullets and layingh ens as theydo began

az Z (' t1,, n h, +r" nective tissue and then cooked as he say This would Indicate hogs and cows; ((2)) crimes relat to the kind of feeds they provide TOBACCO AUCTION ENDS this week on Florida's 35-year-

; though It were tender to begin that many pullets are being ing to sex-Incest, rape, etc.; and says Norman R. Mehrhof Live Oak,-Live Oak closed its old Governor's Mansion. T e r- TELEGRAPH.ll'

with. Bold as meat along with cockerels ((3)) fighting shooting assault and poultry specialist with the State tobacco auction after selling 4- mites are reported to have caused

for the broiler market. battery assault with attempt to Agricultural Extension Service 070,282 pounds for $896,829.47. considerable damage to the great
CARON l'AI'EIc.-8 1-2 x 11, white colonial
murder murder etc. This was type structure. In
The egg-feed price ratio Is attractive Stanley Reeves sales supervisor,
8 1-2 X 13: S2 per box-BRAD just his own Individual Impres- For one thing abrupt changes said the had addition to making the building
marketing season
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: to the poultry producernow sion with a little thought and not In the diet may cause the birds been "from standpoint termite-proof plans call for the
a success
and the Government has announced every -
GRAPH. according to statistics.C. to go "off feed" and result in rewiring of'the building. The at-
the of
that a favorable ratio considering lightnesi:
lower egg production and slower tic will be Insulated cut
will be maintained. It looks like the crop. We sold a greater per- up t
growth, as will the use of stale into
i Hilliard cultivates 38 storage rooms a bedroomand
1 1t
of the this
is Hie to fill all available ] centage crop year
1A CENTRAL FLA. TILE A year acres of a 110-ncre, farm three feed. If a change in diet mustbe while bath. The kitchen will be
selling slightly over four
with wellma
poultry houses
MARBLE CO. miles West of Lawtey. He has made Mr. Mehrhof suggestsIt million modernized and remodeled. An
tured the pounds than we sold last
laying pullets
says corn and be gradual and extended over-a appropriation of $12,500
"RVKIIYTIUia: IN Til.* peanuts. ready to har year when almost two million was provided
t n ),' Pkn.e 111n poultryman. .I vest. He has no garden-the rain period of at least )II." week or ten- more pounds of leaf was sold. for the work. If funds permit ..-
rhti 4 ..; pfco. not R drowned days. in addition to
4N : It out. He has been The is estimatedto repairs mentioned -
v Office IlUpliir H..nmr< Timely I Hints .< -tOn trying to.a a tout strawberry I Important too is sufficient hopper be'crop' one-third-under production that of new: w4llpaper will:1)e'alt- rfs

;: 4I ,TOT W lloBndnrr at Aim.St.!! Farm ''Problems plants, he stated Saturday and space, lest t ft''& more timid last year.NJ plied throughout, the house. r
..r GAM:' t'ILLIi. Fl.... has
already set out 18000. "We birds in the flock Ago hungry. At

To kill oak stumps that continue strawberry farmers didn't make least 10 linear'feet of hopper with <:W DKFENSE PROJECT ('OOPERATIVE RANCH i REPAIRPerfect

,' I LlaolruiM farprl Venetian. to send out sprouts, sprinkle any money last year and plantsare hens eating from both sides Sarosota,-The first contract in I Okeechobee -80,000 acres of

( Blind Mrdlrln Cnl.>t..rtmLarvo chlorate-dry salt of sodium po- scarce and high.. I am going should be provided for 100 laying the contemplated construction of cut-over land Just north of here Work

titorkK To Hflret Fromt'omprtrnt aaalum, or calcium chlorate-on to try to plant two acres In berries hens and a sufficient length of an $11,400.000 anti-aircraft firIng have been acquired by the Farm I
At Low Cost
: Mrrhunli-nl aernl.e1)O them. It is also a good Idea to Mr. Hllllard said watering trough or number of center at Venice. Florida, was Security Administration and will

I 4ieibj. i --- ---0 drill holes in the top of the stump (The interview took place in containers to prevent crowding. announced last week b y Con- be developed as a cooperative cat Get rid of those annojini

a y; near the bark and pour some of front of Sternberg's' store and One practice followed: by many Kress man J. Hardin Peterson. tIe ranch. Representing an investment noises. lie certain your
P; YOU KNOW ABOU'l'ROACHES this material into them. The salt lira. Sternberg came out and said progressive poultrymen is to pro- Provisions will be made for an of $794,250 advanced to radio It performing correctly.

t ? not only will kill the live tissue, to Mr. Milliard: "Your daughter vide only a little more feed each estimated 15,000: men when andif small farmers and 'stock growers I I We will inspect It

I''i. eY but it will permeate the wood. wants you to see her with another day than the birds clean up. The the army is enlarged the an- crowded out by the development FREE!

When you fight roaches you When the wood dries out the tress l on!" "Aw pshaw!I" he eft-overs, If clean': and dry, can nouncement said. The contractwas of large ranches during the last. 'I We Have A Complete Line at|

try to get rid of them all. slump can be burned easily. responded, and disappeared fora be mixed thoroughly with the awarded a part of the army's few years the tract will provide I New Tubes
not just kill the few that few minutes and came back and
pre-planning Congressman borne sites and
program. aubslstance farmIng
ru'k. fresh feed in the hoppers. In i
you can bit with spray or renewed the Interview.) this way there will be no ac-, Peterson said, and the project for 125 families. The plan MAYES'Radio
1 dust or that walk Into a Paylllds or Jumping plant lice Mr. Hilliard has ten children cumulation of state!' feed at the includes around. 3,500 acres l Is an outgrowth of the FSA's! Service
are rather difficult to control on '
powder by accident. four of whom are married. He bottom of land. "new emphasis on cooperative |
t of the hoppers reducing ac-
persimmons and other trees, as bas two daughters working In -
Y Yhr'
K3.D they are sucking insects that hide the King Edward Cigar factoryIn likelihood' 'of mold. TAX LAW VALID

t Roach Killer In the fold of leave, A pyrethrum Jacksonville one small boy at Feed mixtures containing fish Panama City,-In the first case FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
or rotenone spray applied at home and oil. as sources of vitamin A or D,
three in
school.In the of
boys Florida'snew
he F1i Is Different! testing validity Many Yeara Experience Make It Possible for Me to BeIKW
? strong pressure, has been found ,discussing the school system should be bought or mixed In tax laws. Circuit Judge E. C. SERVICE
Roaches eat it because they effective. The must con- small quantities so that they can EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS
spray he remarked that the schools Welch Monday ordered the Bay
i like It. They dry up and die ,I tact the bodies of the insects to were being run "pretty well of be used within' ;lo" days or 2 County tax assessment roll revisedto MODERATE PRICES
1 1P Put K-3-D in little piles or
kill them. course they have a whole lot to weeks. comply with the full each DeWTTT C. JONES
In bottle and it
caps place contend with right now just like With egg prices good and prospects valuation provision of the new Starke. Florid
In out-of-slgbt whereIt
places The only satisfactory method of everybody else." When asked the bright, Florida farmers will acts Judge Welch's order was
be left bait. Safeto
can as
; to killing bamboo Is to cut the meaning of that statement he rind It to their advantage to provide made when he quashed an alternative -

N }i iit' and use. Non-poisonous. man crowns from the roots. Several said he referred to the County the right combination of the I writ of mandamus In whicha W.T.CLUTEREALTORF.R.A.LOANS

0t'S pets.Sistrunks' years are required for the cord- I being I In debt. "Of course, we highest quality feeds and provide taxpayers' group attempted to
Feed & Seed
Store decay sufficiently to allow plant- I[ am just a farmer" he continued maximum growth and egg pro missioners of Bay county to ac- We want the listing on your propertyWe

Starke Florida Ing of other crops or plants. if "and haven't got sense enough to duction. Mr. Mehrhof avers. cept the assessment roll for this have some wonderful properties for sale
farm. We eat our own meat and at less than the full cash
Manufactured By McPhail they are not dug out or chopped year See us about your Real Estate Needs
of Ant- chemical that would kill vegetables. We haven't had anything TANKS FOR BRITAIN I value. 66
Products. Makers up. Any 119 E. CALL PHONE |
but rain since the middle of Dunedln,-Amphibian tanks be-
ene,-Orlando. Fla. the bamboo crowns would also '
? render the soil unsuitable for June and it la raining yet. We ing made here at the Dunedin LIVESTOCK BOOMING

other plants. raise so much here that If we Food Machinery plant may soon Plant City_ Advancing livestock -
had any market and any season see service with tbe British army prices made recent sales at
-- we could glut the market" he I in the near east If reports seeping the State Farmers' Market here

Cercospora leaf spot on Etonian concluded. Through I I rigid Navy"'censorship at I the best in the brief history of Gulf Life' Insurance Co.
We Wash Your Car For be controlled with
can a copper- plant are correct. It is known' the market. Farmers received
Ir. tn 75c bearing spray such! as basic copper T. N.. Norman cultivates 18 i that two British army officers $6,625 for 382 head of livestock

chloride, two pounds to SO acres of a 40-acre plot of ground have been watching the tanks go sold at the auction in one week. AGENTS

If It Rains Again In 24 gallons of water Flordo spray at Hellbronn Springs. He raised through exhaustive tests* and It is Number one hogs brought from ROY M. STONE W. R. (BILL) ALVAREZ]

t +, Hours We Will Wash It last year from 250 to 300 bushelsof alleged they were exceptionally $1005 to $10.20 per hundred.

,a ae anA ar da To control leaf rollers on cannas pineapple pears. He did have well) pleased with tbe performanceof Calves ranged from seven to eight P. O. Box 308, Starke,. Florida
Again FREE dust the plants with a mix 1 1-2 acres 'Of orange grove up the tanks Invented by Donald cents per pound for top grade.

ture of one part arsenate of lead until five years ago when it was Roebllng Clearwater R e ports Bulls sold from five to six cents;
and eight parts hydrates lime. killed to the ground he stated are that two of the recently com- steers six to seven cents; and SEE US TOMORROW 13
Saturday. pleted tanks will be sent to the cows brought from five and one- '
; FILL YOUR TANK WITH If Passes Acid causM "My pear trees are the most British army for use In the near half cents to six cents. OFTEN TOO LATE

41 FREE I I you pains of Stomach beautiful I ever saw" he said.' east for further teats under actual

_ w 'Abt THAT POWERFUL a ue.,., Indigestion They take the place of the dog. battle conditions. HYPNOTIC DENTISTRY
wood any time. The trees are as Tampa.-Lieut. Arthur Stone
,ti tiet Bloating Gas,Heartburn Belching
SHELL GASYOU'LL Na_.get a f>.. sample of UDCA beautiful and the bloom Is aa MONEY IN "EYE STONES" an army dentist at MacDUl Field READY MIXED CONCRETE, SAND GRAVEL,
1 '. white and the scent as sweet. Delray Beach.-Most folks never conducted an interesting .experi: DRIVEWAYS
and a free Interesting booklet at BUILDING BLOCKS SIDEWALKS,
,t ,n Qi GET MORE "We have a fine section here." heard of "eye stones" a n d if ment at the field clinic last week WE

i + CARPENTER'S DRCO STORE Mr. Norman stated "but straw asked would guess them, to be demonstrating to a group of colleagues STEPPING STONES IN FACT
,,4r Is berries at Plant City bring 6c some new disease-1 discovered by that hypnotism can be CAN FURNISH YOU WITH ANYTHING FOB
I more on the pint than we get here occullsts. But to residents of Del- practically employed in dentistry.

on the quart. Plant City spends ray Beach they are a source of I Stone hypnotized Miss Laura Hull CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION.
,r ii AUTO PARTS money advertising" He said that Income, though t'o most beach dental technician for 15 minutesof

i Ini GOODYEAR CSEU TIRES REBUILT he had seen men buy Bradford visitors the income is of the pin- grinding In an acutely painful Call Us Today For Estimates

i, u GENERATORS AUTO County strawberries right here in money type. Sifting through the tooth. Afterwards she said she

r TIRES, TUBES GLASS CASH FOR Starke and stamp on the crates, sands of Delray Beach however, had felt absolutely nothing and

,r w AND BATTERIES CARS AND TRUCKS IN "Fancy Plant City Strawberries," In search of the tiny fragmentsof experienced no pain. Stone pointed -
ANY CONDITION because they brought more money shell used by occullsts to remove out that he simply used the A. A. ANNISCONCRETE
1 an Mr., Norman has a daughterwho foreign bodice from the eye power of suggestion on a willing

Used Autos $25 up expects to finish B. H. S. this proved an Interesting diversion patlsnt.! Asking Miss Hull to relax -
( "or ; year. "The school system In while,otherwise waiting for a suntan ': end concentrate.by gazing at CONSTRUCTIONSTARKE
GAINES SERVICE HASKINSAUTO Bradford County Is excellent he to appear. New York Occu- a given point on the wall-This

rn. t STATIONOn said. "I notice in my travelling list supply houses pay 14 a thou,is going to... very restful' he ,. FLORIDA 165
ie Ave; PARTS' around that we have:,aa. good and for the rounded bits of shell said softly "It Is going to be very 235 Washington, SU Phone
Temple North'of Town; oo Road IS school here as anywhere. And I and report a shortage In the restful. very pleasant. A very

1 a I don't believe we have a sorry "crop.1* I Il restful. very pleasant sleep." .
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3k e ::J-e In i n i n e S i J e SPOUTS FLA.MV Miss GO STATE TO Mary COURT Townsend FARM OF I J/c- : Lantern/? Lorlle",2 SEP 5-1941. I,


Conducted I Monday evening August 25,,
By Ruby Moore\ members of the local Boy Scout

Troop accompanied by Scoutmaster -
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST "Charm Bryan Whltfleld and the

( Through Clothes Rev. L. A. Shepherd motored- to
Jasper where they attended the
Scout Court of Honor.

+ Have you ewr'jjone Into a perfectly Scouts Joe Townsend and Jimmy. I

t beautiful house. with lovely! rank Jordan received merit I

L BradleyOMl rugs, soft draperies fine picturesand I badges for wood-carving and Bernard
1 Camilla i.! 1t furnishings to find yourself' Jordan received for
IF s *y a badge
GARDENING ,.. w' III at ease and looking for an excuse public health. I 1It

MAeALINE'':It. ... I i to leave. Of course you Robert Markham Gene Cope,
have. Why Because the coloring\ !
and Billy Overstreet. having pass.ed
p858lng'through was wroag. there was no thought, It ItThis
the South I I all their requirements for becoming
given to blending and harmony.
with more than aver I second class, scouts received
liner Well the same 4.thing Is true of .
to In atI their second clans badges
well pause
It 1 Is
Infall, the colors< you select to wear. I Those present were nerved a
to study thet '
work -- They are either very soothing delicious
garden \ supper, prior to the
Of this excessive moisture and easy to look, at, or people are
Trees andS looking for that excuse to nay "1.REWELLICTY I

.Dividual. washed plants.clean and shineyponding ., t te good-bj, i I Wednesday evening August 27, '

t6 the depth of Give color more thought and la:. and Mrs. A. A. Jordan who I',

e no garden hose can attention tor color Is the most moved! to Alabama Saturday were Interesting scene was snapped by Joe Martlnea from I
that '\
.r vines are growing ramtnt important factor In the making given a surprise farewell partyat I Carl Johns' property overlooking beautiful Crystal Lake. Taken '

y must be controlled by I of facial becominglneaH, and flattery !I their home here by a group of about 6 d'cllck one morning the picture epitomise the hushed )l'',

keep them In bounds '.. In fact the becomingness I their friends.At .... I stlllntNis that often accompanies! daybreak on a lake. Note burn-

applies! particularly to wls- e of a color contributes to the ef-1 eight o'clock the guests met ing electric light bulbs on poles ( Photo print furnished by

and other spring and sum- I'ectlveness of sllhouette. I at the home of Mr and Mrs. S. courtesy the Bradford Photo Shop.) ,

,!??. Naturally, Rosa Mon- Every person belongs to one E. Ritch and then" went on to the

clematis or other failIng t. particular scale %more completely Jordan residl'nceLaler! on In' i

) vines, should not be cut than to any of the others.. The the evening, refreshments consist AROUND LAWTEY

i until after they have nowvn color of eyes, the complect or ing of tee cream and cake were : ; :
hair contribute> the predominate I nerved"" and a nice gift was presented .
to the honorees. by the J
are greener than usual key. )| !II.I\\i.Ul', : :' : '$ HIMA\Kit; I)I L.VUTHV IIAITI.ST! CHURCH
'this time of the year and You may belong to the pink ,, guests. I The W, M. U. of the Hapllst Forbes E. Fuller Pastor.

be encouraged by a, good I.d I. and white type, or the deep olive Those present Incjuojd:! : Mr. J, Church g a v e a mtacellaneous'shower 'I Sunday Sept 7 Communion

in*. While the grass Is wet,,, yf .skin tones. Your blue or brown G. Caldwell Mrs. J. A. Bouvler,, at the !parsonage lust Friday Sunday.

preferably just before a I eyes are perhaps your outstanding Mrs. Bryan Whltflel.l. Mrs L. A. afternoon honoring Miss 9:40: a. m. Sunday School. .I

el', apply 2-4 pounds of good I feature where again It may Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grace Arwood. The honoree re-I I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Wo i'ship. i .
100 be the tone or Lander, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Town- All who love i
m. rlclal fertilizer per bronzy silvery celved many lovely gifts from Communion servlcw.
feet of lawn surface. This 'h'' whiteness of your hair. Ask your- mend Mr. and Mrs M. R. Holmes her many friends. Refreshments'of '' tho Lord are cordially urged tit 1 1attend
r. .J
self whether shouldbe Mrs 1... F. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. memorial of His death '
coloring this
went will enhance the beauty r'r' your cake and Ice cream were served
summer lawn and at the 4 Intensified or softened? R. H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Gerald by the hostesses Mm. Forbes Ful for us.! Sermon subject: '"Self-
ur Cox, Mrs M.\ E. Grlner, Mr*. L. I ,
time develop vigorous root Strong contrast to a person's j ler. Mrs L. C. Smith, Mrs T. J.I judgment
Mrs. J. H. Wollace.1.ra. ,
m that will help prevent coloring adds brilliancy. T h e A. Wiggins, Terry, and Mrs, John Wyrlck.FAUKWKI.I 7 p. m.-U. Y. P. U. All young '
Robert Kite, Mrs. Ivan
er-kllllng. The use of man- ack of such valued contrast Is I I people urged to come.
Hazen and \Mr and Mm. S. E. NKHMON
can see that Mltil Strother. 19. : :
is not recommended because otherwise Known as MU Florid. often the reason for dull and unInteresting -, A m.-Popular evening lI.r
week 1941 has an unusual pet In the form of "Wimp" a baby seal. They Rltch. I The Rev, Lee Enfield returnedto p. h,
Introduces effects.
nvarlably are pictured, above costuming and vice; always a good time.
walking on the Atlantic City Boardwalk and. Lawtey last Friday preached -
Is. However, If you have ac- Just Uke Mary and her Little Lamb wherever MIUI goes "Wimpy"followon Very few of us are happy with Friends of Mrs! J. H. Hundley his 1 I farewell sermon at the,I Wednesday! p. m Prayer i

( to very well rotted manure hle..Bash. Miss Florida Is one of the contestant In the all colors. If you have a subconscious will be glad to know that she Is i Baptist Church Sunday night lie meeting; resuming study of 1st

I Is another matter. Atlantic City Beauty Pageant to be held September 1st to 7th. phobia, or just u mental recovering from a recant opera left Monday morning for Canada, John.

hUe we are on the subject of hazard about v. certain color tion. She Is. In St. Vincent's where he and his I family will Friday. 2:30( p. m. Special

let me remind you to set DON'T wear It just because It la: pital In Jacksonville. 1108-1 I make their future home. The good classes for boys and girls, ages

blade of your mower high. 20 Years Ago FAVORITE considered one of THE SHADES Last Saturday Mr. and ... wishes of the community go with 6 to 12. MISS. Elisabeth Massey,

r mow a summer lawn closertwo THIS WEEK RECIPES this fall. You'll never be happyIn I E.. Prince and family local residents I them. Mrs. Wm. Plummer, and Mrs.

Inches to the ground be- it, and happiness tends>! to make for the past six years, Robt. Campbell era in charge. J

sturdy top growth shades one beautiful. The colors you' moved- to Gainesville where Mr. Mr. and Mrs U. W, Moore of Send your child to these helpful

protects shallow grass roots The land abstract b business here- Mn. C. A. Knight's, "Flour wear must make you happy. They i Prince ha accepted a position at I Jacksonville were visiting rela interesting meetings

the burning sun.,, tofore owned by A. Z. Adklns>! Muffin bring out your good points. Don't the Florida Farm Colony. tives here Sunday Mra. Moore Is Mrs. T. J, Terry recently returned -

bundant rainfall is, the su Esq., has been purchased by an 3 cups flour wear colors you like unless they Friends of Jimmy Bradley (son the former Lawtey correspondent from a visit In Ormond

test of drainage sysIt association of well-known 8 tablespoons melted butter LIKE YOU. Make colors work of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley They are making their home now with her slater, Mrs Rosa Jones. 4*
any citizens
3 tablespoons sugar for will be sorry to learn that he In South Jacksonville, where Mr r rI
will reveal low spots In and will be under you. I Mrs J. J. Smith has returnedto
Incorporated 6 teaspoons baking powder suffered a serious Injury when Moore has employment. .
LOT, grading- or heavythat This Is a season of varied
poor the f Bradford 4 struck in the with a sharp- her home In Tampa alte-r- ,apen-
name o County eggs with eye | Work on the Baptist Church lal I 4
of choose thoughtand I
ii incapable absorbing yours
week with her slater. Mrs.
2 salt pointed arrow last week while at dial a I
distributing moisture evenly. Abstract Co. Stockholders are: teaspoons attention with just a bit of almost complete, and the congregation
2 cups milk. play. Jimmy ls> In St. Vincent'sHospital with the A. A. AnnlaMrs. .
ow foliage often Indicates G. W. Alderman. M. F. Brown daring contrasts to express that Is well pleased I '
and it U A. A. Annie and slater
Sift flour salt baking In Jacksonville
D. E. A. Z. Adklna, E. Improvements.
Knight which U o Important -
drainage and la nature's slgto Individual touch will Mrs. J. J. Smith, and dUd..nIJa
powder together. Add melted sincerely hoped that he recover
Mt the plant higher or to M. Johns, G. M. Inman C. A. to all of us. last week to la Dixie County Thursdayof
In moved
the family
butter stir in each egg separately, without losing sight
11 artificial drainage under it. Knight and J. E. Futch. Next week the blending of colors last week friends and .v
add milk. (Use a little more or the Injured eye. than Ala., where Mr. Jordan DO-I i visiting .
lot!, humid air provides ideal Thai Consumer Lumber Co., wan less. milk than recipe calls for 110 In clothes., ,Joe Allen Lander Jr., has returned accepted a responsible relatives (b
lions for the development erf advertising "Now Is The Time To I that batter should be about the Charm through Clothe comes home from a three weeks Miss Jacqueline Woodward left Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whkehead

umber of Insects and fungus Build. Starke Is on the verge of consistency of cake batter). to you every week through the visit In Avon Park. Tuesday. for St. Augustine where I moved Into their attractive Mew( I" !

tuts. Iris rhizomes should be a BUILDING- BOOM. We need 20 Yield: 24 small muffins. courtesy of Marian Hamann, Inc. Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Jordan and ahe will attend school. home last week.

tfully checked for any evidence new houses to take care of the (These muffins are deliciousif Jacksonville," Florida.

lorera or root rot. In contami- tourists which Mr. Inman la goIng re-heated the next day.) l,

tt areas, cut the fans back to to sell between now and De- RISING

soft inches spots and along remove the and rhizomes.destroy cember Starke 1."Is lucky in having' GUM Mrs.BRANCHBy Edd Pan-fob By Mm.. II. II. Lewis C ROW( RED n f 0 HEROES H f S

the remaining portions In a Messrs. T. J. Griffin and A. P. Mr. and Mrs Bishop Thomas LIfE f f 'S sun .fi1 /

lion of bichloride of mercury Hoffman at the depot. Mr. Grif Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gasklna were visiting Mrs., Thomas' parents .fi t

tables to a quart of water is fin la a regular Information and children of Jacksonville were I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis -

right proportion) for about 15: bureau and Mr. Hoffman takes dinner guests of Mrs. Gaskins'' last week-end.

lute*. Pour the used disinfec- great pains to see that all pack- aunt Mrs. H. H. Keene Sunday. Miss Etna Conner was a dinner - ,:

t over the contaminated soli ages are properly made up and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and guest Sunday of Miss Irene Lewis. :

In extreme cases, change the addressed.See I i son, Bobby, of Sampson City were Mr, and Mrs. Dan Shaw Miss :

entirely. After the rhizomes Wallace Reid In "The visiting relatives here Sunday and Wilma Shaw and Mrs. John -
'e been sunned for a day or : Dancln' Fool" at the Gaiety. "The Monday. Shriver of Jacksonville were visit- ,

', replant them parallel to the tale of a Jigger who put the jay I I Harvey Edwards of Canal Point ing Mr, and Mrs. B. A. Shaw re- t -

nod and almost on Its surface. 'in jazz." spent the week-end with relatives. cently.Mr. I :

'er completely cover them.. L>. C. PowelJ has returned from HU wife and daughter returned and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford J

for answers to your questions Jacksonville where he had a home with him after a visit here. made a buiiineHs trip to Gainesville 1

gardening problems send a slight operation performed on hU Mrs. Homer Sterns returned to Wednesday.

addressed, stamped envelope her home i n Michigan Friday Miss Ruth, Lewis waa visiting In
the Service Department. Home eye.The after a months' visit with her .
will meet next Jacksonville Sunday.
U. D. C. q(
deniny Magazine 610 Blenvlll parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nor ..: ole .
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. V MIMes Lucille and Haven Crosby a ,
New Orleans La., or care of man. week-end in Jacksonville X111111
O. Lv Haynes. spent the
Parrish of Jacksonville wasvisiting
newspaper. Edd I1
Mrs. J. F. Canova and daughter I visiting friends and relatives. :
his. wife, Mrs. Leila Par-
who have been spend- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby had
Miss Anna week.
of last
OOTSEY'S rish, Thursday j
BEACH Mr. and
ing the summer In Henderson- Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons as dinner guests Sunday 1 1
fly Ml..a Mile Crawtortare returned home. Leo Mrs. Loran Conner Mr. and Mrs. .
vllle. Benny and Lynn. Mrs. Wesley Mc-
with their Andrew Oliver and children, Betty j Ill
'e who were 1
very glad to welcomeOur and Pete Rae and children and Mrs. William i
Anna and Ned 1
of the time are now and Bobby, :Miss
. section the Rev. H. M. part Moss and sons all of Pine
all of Jacksonville, and .
Shattler. / t ,
P Mr>. Tillman and family of In Paducah. Ky. ( Level were visiting relatives here Mr and :Mrs Luther Harrell of : : ,
1 :::
Kfeonvllie and Mr. and Mrs. W. Tuesday of last week. .

Green and family of 'Wood-, GRAHAMBy R. C. Keene of Jacksonville Brooker.Mr. I.
* We hope they like their Mrs. L. C. Smith spent the week-end with his and Mrs Woodrow Thomasof ,, t
banes here. mother Mrs. H. H. Keene. La Crosse were visiting Mrs.Thomas' .;>.,.
*' and Mrs. Arlie Johns and Mrs. Neta Padgett and childrenof Miss Selma Sapp spent Monday' parents, Mr. and Mrs. f.,
a'V' of Tampa Tampa were visiting the formers night with Miss Pearl Parmenterof E. C. Lewis. Sunday night. I In
were visiting
and Mrs. mother. Mrs. Kate Starling, Hellbrona. Buddy Crawford of Hellbronn WHO 1 IS
G. B. Johns of this YHE MAl descend hungry
"on, Sunday. over the week-end. They were accompanied J. A. Harnage and W. H. Car- pent the week-end with Bobby 9 upon you ,

""r, and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan home by :Airs. Starling.Mr. ter made a business trip to Jacksonville and Elmore Lewis.BOATDRAIN. 0. VISITED BY '\homcle..habltually.

family of Jacksonville were and Mrs. H nry Altman and Monday afternoon.Mr. HIS IN LAW S But you can relax and find
''It I"> Myrtlce of Nichols are Vaalce Keene and
Dg Mrs, Sullivan's mother daughter and Mrs. with JAX Beerattackanestofhornetsleap .
Jean Caskms. here last spending several days with friends son. Vanlce. Jr., of Woodlawn By 1'1n. Z. :Z. Griffin Beard a starved lion in his den friendly peace 'I
t. and relatives. spent last week with Mrs. H. H. boon companion at all times. r

n W. G. Among those who attended the Keene. Mr. and Mr. Clyde Brown of You'll like JAX. You'll like the 'i
nod| Gainey of Miami re- Sun- and children of Vanderbilt were visiting Mrs. I into the water to grapple with a
Shaw ll
to at P.alford F. S.
her home last week Union Meeting Mrs. mellow,Jr i taste that makes each
.er pending several days here day were: Mr. and Mrs. Barry the State Farm were guests of Mary Brown Saturday. tiger shark mere setting-up *

J1 wr sister and brother-ln- Dyal and son. Junior Mr. anilMrs. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Phil Brown of Hellbrona was exercises for the man who i is t.eltfulplusant.ipacon.tantin.visited I

d. Mr, and :Mrs. R. N. CrawMary Nathaniel Dyal and son Conner, Sunday afternoon.Mr. visiting/ his uncle and aunt. Mr. Mt by his in-laws. That vitation for more. For remember. I
Tommle Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sur-! and Mrs. Fred Conner and and Mrs. Ben Saasvr, over the + JAX is a quality beer, brewed to .
SDy J. Frazier Mrs. Winnie Woods and week-end. sweet young thing you loved .
Gaskln of Bartow rency Mr. and Mrs. C. children suit those who demand the best
'P ndlngr Charles and Bobbie and Mr. and Mrs A. J. Yar- .)fr. and Mrs. William Moore and married for henelfalone
her son
''re with summer vacation and sons. I brough of Lawtey and W. R. Kersey 101.... and :Mn. Arch Prevatt and I in-law in flavor taste, and downright
her Smith.
Iistet.ln.law. Mrs I Mrs. L. C. Wll- suddenly develop more
' Q visiting at children of Jacksonville. Mr. u'1"ass. Cool off with a bottle
Caxkns of Bethel
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Anderson than Solomon each of whom g
f and Mrs. L. O. Tyre '
Mrs' of Mrs. H. H. Keene Ham Bailey I !
R. N. Blanding the home of refreshing JAX today
Crawford of Camp ,
, was a and children Florahome were visiting Mr. ,1
o of I
to Camp Blanding f last were visiting Mrs. 1... C. Smith I Sunday Warren of and Mrs. John Prevatt Sunday.A .
May. and Mrs. D. \\ you Carft Buy a Better Beer
" WUlam Sunday afternoon.A Starke were guests of Mr. and large crowd of this section
t. Morgan and fam- of Legionnaires from after- attended. the rodeo in Palatka
group Monday Price
Evergreen Mrs J. S. Sapp At Any
and Has Vivian the Interestof
uen"n of Starke were here noon.T. Labor Day. -e ; '"r .
Hawthorne we r e Fair Friday night. Foose and r
sting at the County N. Norman and W. H. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Moe
T. *4- ,the home of Mr. and I Let's try to make thla a successful attended church at Raiford Mr. and Mrs. John Fooae and
j 4t Crawford Saturday attempt.Mr. and Sunday. 'daughter, Nellie .of Lake City a-
1 and Mrs. R. M. Johnson Miss Alice Edwards 1s spending were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert 4 M 0 I E P 0 P 0 L At EVE IT C*

tor" ,f < Phine John was a were business visitors to Starke this week at Raiford with her Calney Sunday. :' JAX B r aUvfor I'
lay wht ey tf>n" Heights SaU Wednesday.Miss sister Mrs. Carrie Browning.Rev. | Mr. and Mrs. PI".e RUM and II months Increased more thin

Ilts l.oe Evelyn Harrell of Camp and Mrs. B. H. Rawl and daughter, Jane and Charley RUMS BEE R /sjht t/m til* nation/ rac

d 1(111. Jutln Johns ** Oak Standing was visiting Miss Alta daughter of High Springs were! of Jacksonville were visiting Mr BEE R tw/e Ui Florida av ra* >
" StricklandLive ol friends In this sectionMonday and Mrs. W. E. Green Saturday. 1 "Mak Mln Jax!" j
visiting .
Lt Were Citing( Mr. and Mrs- Smith Friday. afternoon.D. I Mow Thelma Prevatt Mrs. Irene 'an.. U "" union I Say
Johns and
leadock t FrleI.y. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier Joel Combs of Clark and Mrs. Idel Strickland
and Bobble were t S. Keene and JIX IIENIII ClftmiT jMRMMilU ,
a loody of Jacksonville sons. Charles Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. H. were visiting Albert Griffls over _
LJ. "Wtor to this' section Sun- business visitor to Gainesville re- H. Keene on buslnoas recently. I the week-end.



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..HHi.>d In the name of C. 1.. & J. 'L. tk Co's Sub Division of.'NE% of amid t tll the
; Starke To Welcome CCC Enrollment THERESSA City Sells Lot I II Peek. NEV Sec. :28! Twp. 6 S. R. Il K., ('Cnurt-lII'u. d'nr hth..t' bldd,
I shall be ,embraced under Certificate No. nn
I mires said certificate day In the tb.
H. I). Mj& '
Mrs. 1I1nl1th 'hr
: R. A. F. Trainees On Continuous Basis Uy At a recent meeting of' the City 'redeemed. according to law will the 9Com. whll'h I" ti,. 5th DC o.t.
: property described. therein be at a pt U""* Chnii W of SBCV A. D. 394I dar ot
Odla Hardee of Glen St. Council, the City sold to H. E. bidder at the ft W 131 Yds
With enrollment Marys j .old tn the blithest'/ >r of NE, run N bated tti5
Stark will play host this week. August and Arthur Hardee of Lake But 'Tucker lot S of block 35 In the rourthoime door on the first Mon- 516 Yilx. E IS1 Yds. S 516 Yda to her. A. D. 1941 ard. 4ar or
completed, recru.t,r for the Civilian I, day In the month of October 1941 Bee. $eo., 24 Twp, 6 8. R. 2S E., OFFICIAL 8-
.end to a group of young Kngllah- Conservation Corps has been ler visited their mother. Mrs. Su- J. M. Johns addition to Starke which f Is the 11th day of October containing 14 acres, More or less, Clerk (.Ireu"L4IIAL, "l,

men training for the Royal Air SJi 1 Id idee, who it) very Ill this {or the sum of $156.97, "whichas A. D 1941. Is. embraced under Certificate No.28NEV. : County !O'iorId I' '8
continuous basis according of I .
placed on a 'Dated this' 2r4.. day SeptmOFFICIA'L t.
iNi4'r :;, Force, and the Y. M. C. A. I is to announcement or the past week. ./ 50 percent of the outstanding, tier A. :P. 1941. of NEVI of SWH Sec. S 1V: ( .
1 I SEAL A. j. Thomas 7 S. H. 22 E.. containing 10ttcros nrTIT
seeking. accomodations for them paving lien on the lot Twp. t"IItT.
State Welfare Board Florida se- W. D. Garrett of Alabama wavirttlng < Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford more or less., Is embraced (0( "r\. .'. 11ft I''
; in private homes for Saturday lectlng agency. I I h'.s wife here Sunday County, Florida. 9-5 4t 9-26 under said Certificate. No. 600. I II tK"a't: :
I I"Wouldn't I I 'I In. NW Cor of of IUarl"ua F."II
night. 1 Under the new procedure the Mr. and Mrs. RIsery were visit : To Aid PatrolThe I NW .Acres Sec. 4 Twp. 7 8. R.NEty ll E.. 101.11 Def..nd\nt. : Pii11 ,, ...
1 you get a thrill <*It 'I after- In Circuit Court, Bradford Coun'v,1 containing 2 less. Is 6 day of O"tnh... 00 M ftd,
Beach more or .
: Army CCC camp administration j| Ing Hampton Sunday Ch .. Margaret QApperson acres A.
FIOI'ltla-ln nc rv.
Defendant D,
/ of of voted Tuesday Certificate No. T If II,
having one these fine young I''noon. City Council .... J '' *f ***" nmMaued under 607. den..e E'.II.
will share with the state welfare 'WI la Rb
I HE'of' SW<,4 of SHi/i HfC. 4 Twp.T .h..n"..
home W. E. Thornton of October. MUUth
men In your over the> week night to have Monday the 6th day require to r"
) agency the responsibility for Mrs. A. L. Sullivan was shop K '' dofendunt. Joint ... ...\<- S. It. 22: E., containing 10 acres "O.npIAlnt "PP.ar to '
end? Miss Margaret Ersklne, officer assist the safety less, IH embraced fll"1' tho
police more or umsrCertificate '
? .election of CCC personnel. I I in Starke Saturday afterI person, whose residence Is ,Ft. ,1ne .In. TtllH 811'ln8t hl
associate of the Y is ping at B. H. S. with the a. Meade, Maryland Is required No. 400. order 10, htt
i I f secretary The department of public welfare patrol boys Oeorne bill filed r. 2 din S of NW Cor of NEK: once PaeIj w"'k r"r Po,
: asking Starke hostesses. Anyone I Inoon. traffic situation morning, noon to appear. him to the.... i nf sw% & Run s" a ch?>. B 10Chnn tlve. Weeks. r n nr'dful'\lour '"',
I r who can accomodate one or more continues to function as the I!|I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley attended and night to see that there are order herein to anai.isi be published. for four consecutive N !8 Chns., W 10 Chn. t. Telegraph In said. a .......HI..I.,... \! (
principal agency In the procure- ,1' In Bradford County beg .ex. W 1 A See 8 Twp. 7 H. Ur8"Corl\ COunt '"
". R. A. F. boys may make arrangements I ment of junior replacements withwel.are services at Hampton Sunday no reboot: accident on the high Telwsr" .>fi weeks a .>..w.."*.., 1>U"-.,t'.>..din 'H. 22 E. containing 2 acres, morel'ir I' 1841.Starke. (o'I
> by ,telephoning the Y. I' wavs. | said Bradford County. Stark., less Is embraced und r C'ertl-' (OFFICIAL

I'U The Englishmen will come here offices and CCC company I|I Mr. and Mrs Clarence. Slattle of I Florida, September 4. 1941. 'Icate' N 2 No.Acres 2R7. of WH of NEV; of (Clerk C I r c sicL It:. t ) A
take J. Thomas eotrt
commanders: authorized to ,OFFICIAL SEAL) A. County. ,
'." .v\\.'", & II Acres In NW Cor of lorid.,.
from, Jacksonville Saturday afternoon Jacksonville: and Mr. and Mrs. R. '? Bradford Clerk Ctrcu Cu... ,,
4 ; applications at any time and Immediately In PlrciiH ourt. 9-26 NWIJ of NWVi Sec. 8 Twp. T 8. R.I j, -
and will attend the Y'., M. Crosby of Starke recently Florida.-In C'hancery. l ao County Florida. 0-5 4t
enroll the fountv 22 E, containing 5 acres, more or I Iless In' Circuit
formal dance at the Armory SatUrday 1 I applicant. I visited Mrs Mable Sullivan. Samuel; Joel. Plaintiff. ve keentjePMak I Is embraced under certificateNo ,Florld"I"Court Bradfol'd t
Eligibility Is simplified by accepting -I Joeln, Defendant. On Monday I tU8. Lea. v... I'hs"'I'' H.
('hun ,
'iYi4I afternoon of O..t"l>. 1 941'. | No'ri"O, 0'" aP"Tl0. .....
night. Sunday the 8th. day .r. .
the statement of the applicant &*:rs. W. D. Garrett Mrs. J. :P. I The assessment" of the said pronerly October 'tho On k
: 14l
I Jo..la.who. IlF.fi"
deCendanI..ntj. Polak Poll T X
the th..d.
I under said certificate No 394 Charles. ,.
A. they will broadcast over radio. as to age, marital status, Dickinson and daughter, little ** residence, I... unknown, U r.1, (mate Rill N*. KM was In the name of C. L. Peek:, The known Lee 1" wh".. ...Id....
I II station WRUF from 2 to 2:30: 0' to the bill mrr"vrcS NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN requIr",
I Grace Dickinson, attended song i u I red to appear assessment. of the Bald prop.rtyunder the .blll tu ,
I i I etc. Previously such statements filed agalnnt her herein. j That Ruby A. Hayes Tax' filed alfal..t., ,
I eh'.f: said certificate No. 381 wa. This order hi5
:4 ,', I service. at Ham ton Baptist onet Issued 7th., to b.
: were verified by district weltareboa.I'd p This order to t b. published Certificate No. 21. In the name of Mack Prlnsrle: The each "W.ek UbU.b'll
'; .? The following program for the staff II ], church Thursday night of last week for four consecutive week In day of July A. D. 1930 and Tax assessment of the said property Weeks In for fllur ro,
'' through Investigation. 7th. Itradforl,.. '
Issued the ,
Bradford County T..I..gr..I'h..a newspaper ( ...tltI..at. No. 164 (
week has been announced by the under said certificate No. 325 was graph a 000''
4 II )
i The State Welfare Board has published. In .Bald Bradford day of Aua-unt, 1939 has filed same In the name of Unknown; Theassessment Said. AradC..1, n"w"PIII'. ,ohU,
' ,a., YI' I IFriday 'I also been advised that In future week.Guy Sullivan of Jacksonville Vnntv, I IOFFK'IAL In my "Trice and has... made. application of the saM property!' Ida. R.pt..1', Cnunt' 4th > 'or..
SEAL; A. 3. ThomaSCierk tax de d to be laeuedther..n.
LfYIt Is there ( ) for a I! ( 1)41
.h .jtT- -Bridge Night. under said certificate- OFFIL.tAL
: 1.0J was
; CCC enrollees will be given 15 spent the week-end with his parents f'lrcult, Court ... Raid certificates embracethe In the name of Livingston.1)) Truby I C'1"k, HE.\I.: A J.

:'-',. .lyone who could come regularly minutes dally drill except on Saturdays Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.Mr. tttarke:! ,. Florid. P.cpt.3.9-5 '.'t 411!9Z9THR following of described Bradford property State of In & Co.; The assessment. of the said C'ounty "l"IOI'ld\" Circuit: (Cuort 8,
and teach solalers the County 1'1
>a this night help property und"r. said certificate Ne. :
Sundays and holidays.epeCla and Mrs. Perry Sullivan Florida to-wIt: '
I 492 was tit the name of BlllleUrown.Tne
? Partners
how to
$ play ) ,.attention! being paid to visited Mrs. Sullivan's parents ( 9411flI'lISJI I! ,,' ;:t4 of N'W.M) A'a'T. WV. 'of NWIIo > a..e..m..ntof 'the said Dr.
aiconeeded. I' Iv rinrrlT: r O nT. : Section' II "Township 6 under certificate'No.' ', Purdon
R of River property ZIt Mu
carriage and posture. Iiir. and Mrs. Mills a t Green "' '1114'I'IT OF ri.OH-|
Formal dance at proper "I" U. ( South Ran t.. 20 East. containing was In th"'..ame of Unknown; Theassessment '
Saturday Cove Springs Sunday.Mr. ii>\. I''Ii AM! foil HK4.UPOMMtOIJ'MTV. 100 Acres more or lens. Is embraced .. of''the said Property DentistOver
I Armory, 8:30: p. m. Honor guests under. Certificate No. 21. I under certificate No. 800 was In I II II
of the evening will be R. A. F. Farmers UrgedTo and Mrs. C. Sullivan Mrs. I ('1( "OW'F.R Y L 't 1 of Elk 5, Lincoln' ('It V Sec.X ,I I the name of Mrs. O. M In man:
!r rJ Percy:: Sullivan and A. L. Sulli- Lucille :Pavls Tlrtdale: mwn. R .a n. 'e E. Is embraced assessment of the said Th.1 I City Drug Sio
the week-end here. Ifelp Save Gas plaintiff,
men spending under certificate No. 119.( under certificate No.' 607 was In Corner Call
Sunday. 11 a. m.Civilians who van attended the union meetingat -vs. No. 1411 'lie A..! ..Mnient "f the .B..ld proo- the name of Klmon Hankersoni: The I Wain
I I Ansel t. Tlndale. .. said' certificate No. assessment of the said ]j (Former
Calling on all farmers to cooperate Ralford Saturday.Mr. -ty linger the property Luratim *]
J ,, would like soldiers to join them I 11 issued. was In the. name of Mrs.. under certificate No. 400 wan In''
4j* ; for church services are aeked to in the conservation of gas and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown NOTICE ORDER OP TO PKRVICR APPEAR' M. E. Clark: and the assessmentof the name of Ida Simmons; The I Dr. J. \\. Brown' ) !

call at the Y,! I,|''of I and oil, and get more mileage out and sons Emory and Frank visit '!THE 8TATK OP FLOKIIiAl. said. No.property 169 was under In the said name certificate of- assessment certificate of the No. 257 said was prop..rtyund..r In ,the Office HOUM BIOI 1

Noon-Families who have offered ], these products. Commissioner ed Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan I Tu Ansel I... THditle, whose residence -, Unknown. I name- of Mary Joiner. ; The assessment Nights By
I Is unknown
1 I shall be of AppoimroPhone
certificates the said !
Nathan Issued the followIng call
Mayo Unlace property underl
take soldiers for Sunday Sunday. It I. hereby ordered that you arerequired
j i'' to redeemed according& to law. the I said certificate No. 1396 was In 1
the ;, announcement: to appnr It' therein will be I the of I 33
dinner will call for them at property described name Unknown. I

:r r)1 Y.' Families wishing to do this In I:' "You can get more mileage'per Annis To BuildA. ,i. of above October entitled A. court D 1(41 to before Ue uill the"ut courthouse..old 'o the door highest. on t*bidder. .-...at. .*-the-- I I redeemed Unless said according Certificates to law shall the be Starke, FIa.n""III" .

; ?, the future will Kindly leave their ,gallon traveling at speeds of SO complaint Above entitled filed suuliiHt cause and von ""Brad-I- I'I day In the month of October, 1941. I properties described therein- win beCiHiMiniiMinnmiiiuiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiniiininiin '

name and the number of soldiers I to 40 miles than, at greater A. Annie, the contractor who ford County Teleiriaph"; IH hereby ) which 194'*. la the 6th day of October, ;, ,'" ,' !,, "' "iiiMniiiiiiiiiiiiM'i'litnin" "''' ",, !, ,"""","",",.".,, "".....
they can entertain with Miss speeds. Also, you lose a lot of Is building a residence for W. A. designated as th. newspaper In. Dat.<1 this 3rd, day of September. -
which this order tlml! be publishedonce
will be gas on quick pick-ups. and quick Gay is going to construct one four I 1941OFFICIAL.- I FRESH IS
) pr ,, Ersklne. This offer greatly i a week. 'for cUII..CUIIV.\\I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ICE CREAM GOOD
soldiers .I starts. himself also. Mr.. Annie has 9(. Bradford
1 appreciated. There are many for krNF.sS' nbflnd and the seal Clerk of Circuit Court of
' from I "Going up hills you do not have purchased a lot adjoining the of this County Florida. 11U 9-29
who feel a long way court at Starke, Florida See It .FrozenTaste The
4 7 home and would welcome the to choke and give your vehicle a house which Mr. Gay Is erectingIn this 3rd day of September. A. V.1IJ.t Quality
1. -"in r'no'IT rot'RT. EIOHTH.finiriAt
: chance to know the civilians of lot of gas. Shove it in second if his subdivision! In the Southeastern 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas rutrriT OF FI.OM- I Fres -Fruit Sherbets, Frosted Malted Kokand

the community in which they are too steep save gas and get over section of .Starke-three Clerk of the. circuit Court. ir%.. IV ANn FOR BHI>FOHDcorvTY. and
John J. H..n.t'I.rlt, EHO. 1-frtl
; the hill. j Kreme
e stationed. I blocks off Highway 2S-rand Is I'latntlft'II'At.I.nt.r'\ t4t 9-1 IV' CtltVCRRYMary

2 to 2::30 p. m. "DrafteeFables" "At 55 miles an hour you use going to build himself a. ,houseon .,- K..n",11. "; Drake

4( 11. l over WRUF. R. A. F. about 6 times the oil that 30 mile' It. The probability Is that Mr. iv TuB riHCi'l't? SCEnT. FKJIITH -vs-Plaintiff.1410 The

men will be guests on this broad- an hour requires. Annie himself will occupy the ,.i'i>irii. t (lilt IT or PI.OK- George Nelson.. Drake,

t I IY cast. I "Don't make hasty stops.. This new five-room bungalow but he !I tot iniv NTI'.ANn' FI)HI DR"IJVOlt) T> f>>:iidantORDKW OF. SERVICE I POLARBEAR

I & p. m.-General "sing" around wears out the break linings and may rent It, he said Saturday., IV """"{''':RY NOTICE TO APPEAR:
and old favor- breaks refuse to work when an I Fred William Shore, THE STATE OF FLORIDA: whose', 12i Walnut St. Starke, Fla. fl
the piano. Hymns Plaintiff.vs. ,. To George N"HOII! Drake
f emergency arises.' residence. In unknown. I
lies. "Going at 30 to 40 miles an Baby Badly Hurt Mildred- Shore. No. 1409 It Is hereby ordered: that you are i ... ".8"111'11I'111111I111111'11111111111''','' ,,'' ''' ,,, ,,,,,, '' iiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiniiiidiiiiitiiiiiiiwiiiiittmuiti'''''' '' '' ", ,,, ,,,.u'winni''''luiium'''' tuiinu ,
.6 p. Refreshments I I>*fendantORPRR r"q.'lri"d to appear on the 11th day
t Monday-Letter Home Night. hour also saves wear and tear on EarlyVednesday night five- OF 8RRVICR of October A. D. 1941 before the
tires" cpncluded. the 1 Commissioner. NOTir-R' TO APPEAR above entitled court. to the bill of r.I r.-------------
8 Mixed chorus year-old Archie Padgett, Jr., of
m.- .
Tuesday p. TIPI STATE OF FLORIDA : cnmnlalnt fIlet avnlnst you ,'In the Vote For
( ,slng. Civilians Invited. Nat Stern. Mlddlebuig. met with a serious To Mildred bore: of Valdese., above entitled cause: and "Brad ,
; '1 I North Carolina. ford County Telegraph" I. hereby .
will assist on this night In' accident. He was standing In the
berg I designated as the newspaper In
To' It Is hereby ordered that you are
# the production of a minstrel to Insurance School rear end of his grandfather's required. to appear nn the Hlh <$.". which' this order, shall be published. C.A.FUTCHCandid

be, presented for the boys .when pick-up truck when he leaned a of October A. D 1941 before the once weeks. a week for four consecutive
above entitled court to the bill of
they return from Louisiana and Misses Ethel and Bertha Tay little too far and struck a tree complaint filed. against you In the WITNESS my hand and the seat
lor., employee of the H. C. Wall above entitled cause: and "Brad- of this court at Starke. Florida.
eventually on the radio. Do you with his head as the car passed.
this 3rd day of September A. D.
Insurance Agency will leave Sun- ford County Teli-uraph" I. hereby I te ';F Mayor of Starke
want to be In It ? According to Dr. Jennings he designated as th* newspaner In
day for Daytona Beach where which this order shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
Wednesday, 8 p. m.-Game. sustained a brain concussion and .
Clerkof the Circuit Court.John'J
once a week for four I
fun for allThursday. I they will attend *la University of hemorrhage. week.. consecutive I Henderson. Esq. Tuesday, September 9If
Florida "short course" in In WITNESS hand and the seal Plaintiffs Attol'ney11 4t 9-28.
8 p. m.-Informal J He was rushed to St. Vincent's my
of this court .f 1'1'' "rl... FlriMs :----
dancing. Young ladles of Starke surance. Jos. E. Wilson manager. hospital In'Jacksonville\ In a most 3rd day of September A. D. I NOTICE Of APPMC\TION. Witll-
invited. Refreshments. Homemade ] stated Tuesday. "Our agency believes serious condition. 1841. FOR TAX KKD [ You Honor Me Election I Will:
.Ji .1 in keeping abreast of the OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( ..Mete Bill No. 1 \3)
cakes contributed by families Clerk of 'n> Circuit Court. I NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN :Maintain regular daily office hours except on
i' will be greatly appreciated. times, said Mr. Wilson. "and Hum It. 'WilsonPlaintiff's That L. O. Powell holder of "Tax
Bob Sunday and shall at all" times be available for
we are sending theae two young Jones Attorney.5 4t 9-26 j jNOTICK. I Certificates Numbered respectively, ,

Dictfs Place Improved"Dick's ladles to this short course for 394 1930:Issued No. 881 the J..u-d.7th. day th. 6th of .July.. .ynt any possible service as Mayor of the City of

one week paying all their ex- or APPI.IOATIOVFOR September 1932; 2-Srds of No. Starke.
Comments On Here T'X nv.v.n S2f/ I Issued the 2nd. day of July,
Place"-the juice stand pennes in addition to their salaries. (Semite Hill N... l .1NOTICK ) 1934: No. 302 Issued the 6th day ofAugust.
." And Hereafter 11 HEREBY OIVRN. 1929: No. 442 Issued the' Temper justice with and try to deal
the vacant lot adjoining the mercy
on That W. S Slbley. holder of Tax 7th day of July.. 1930: NO. 2S' '.-
Bradford County Telegraph "This Is the fifth year they have C..rtlfl..at."mb..rp". renn. ..ctlv.ly, .sued the 4th., day of July 1927: with the other man's family as I would my
and at held this school, and our agency Text; "And Ruth said Intreat 18:1.: 164, 199 and 169 Issued the 7th., No. 600 Issued the 7th., day of July,'
"sprucing up" .
expanding rt-v of September A D. 1M! has I 1930: No. 607 issued the 7th., day own.
the same time. The screened-In has sent a representative there me not to leave thee or to return filed same In my office and has I of July 19301! No. 400( Issued the

has been taken and every year," Mr. Wilson stated from after mad application for tax deed. to 3rd day of August 1931], No. 257 Work
itaad out following thee: for be Issued thereon.. Issued. the %nd.. day of August. earnestly for development of more
hauled to the Blanding Center They not only teach classes In whither' thou goest I will : and : Said certificates respectively embrace I mo. and No. 1396 Issued the 7th., wholesome tlu.
the following described prop1rtles recreational centers to promote
at Call and Waller 1 several branches of insurance but .. 'day of AUK *933. has filed same In
property where thou lodgeat I will lodge In the County of Bradford my office and has made applicationfor
streets. The former photograph office procedure as well, and the ; State of Florida to-wlt: tax deed to be Issued thereon. welfare of soldiers and the civilian population

place on the lot adjoining the Misses Taylor will take courses] thy people shall be my people, Nft of NWIof 8W'4 Sec' t TWp'j Said certificates. respectively, embrace of Starke.
8 S. R. t3 B, containing SO I' the following described -
Telegraph has been moved to the In both Insurance and office practice and thy God my God; where thou more or l less. Is embraced under In the County of Bradford properties I

of the lot. remodeled and j died will I die. 'and there will I Certificate No '1S iBVx I State of Florida to-wit: '
of NBVi'Iof SE14' Sec. S Twp. Make best efforts for establishment of i
| SWli of NWV4 ex. 5 A In SB Cot my
; made attractive. They serve fruit be burled: the Lord do so to me S S. R. 22 E.. containing 20 acres. .* II A In SW Cor Sec. 17 Twp. 6

juices and sandwiches.Dick Recent Births \ and more also It ought but death more or lees Is .mbraced under S. R. 22 E., containing 33 acres, hospital in Starke; Increased water plant
Certificate No. )4. I more or less, Is embraced under
Satterfleld the manager part three and me."-Ruth 1:16: Wt4 of NB<<4'of 8W% of NWSec. Certificate No. au.a I facilities: ; modern, sanitary' jail; enlarged

believe It or not. he Is goingto Mr. and Mrs. Winton Paul IT. 11 Twp. 8 S. R. 22 E., con- I i| A being 496 ft E & W by 230 additional
says taming 6 acres, more or less In I ft wide lying: along S .* E lines & sewage system and disposal plant;
sleep in the old screened-ln Sumner, Starke. girl. Marguerite Sarcastic darts have been cast embraced under Certlffmte- No. 165. | belnjr In SH of RIk 2 S of R 2 E

stand out near the new Orange Louise August 28; Mr. and Mrs.F promiscuously at mothersInlaws.But swy or awvf of swv aec. 121,I In Temples Sub Dlv. Sec. 21 Twp. paving and sidewalks; free postal delivery.
Twp. 8 S. R. 21 E. containing' 101,16 S. Jl. 22 E., containing :3 acres,
lines bus station. When asked if ran c I. Wadsworth Warner one of the sweetest stories in acres, more or lees Is embraced more a* I.Aa. Is embraced under

he was going to be "night-watch Klngsley Lake girl August 29: the .Old'Testament III that of under Certificate No. 169. j I Certificate Nu. '$21.I Come to The Polls Tuesday Give
:, The assessment of the said property 1 A. In SB Cor of SWW of NWK
man." he replied. "No! I'm goingto Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Redding mother-in-law Naomi and daugh under said certificate' No. 183 being; 164 ft N A S by 239 ft B &

sleep there! Starke, Sept. 3, girl. Vivien Gayle. ter-in-law Ruth. Why should not was man:In The the assessment name of O.of F. the Wacker-said taming W Sec. 21 2 acres Twp., 6 more S. R. or 22 1'less:.. con.Isembraced Your: Support'and Let's Build A City

Naomi have endeared herself In property' under said certificate No. der 23rd., of Certificate .
t the life of Ruth? When our lives ,1S4 was In the name of J. L. Harden No 325. I Will Do My PartC.A.FUTCH
CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I .A Sons: The assessment of the Lot 4 of Blk II. Livingston.
are possessed by God. they are aid property under said CertificateNo. Truby .A Co'a Sub Dlv of NK 4 of
made lovely because of His Indwelling i lie was In- the name nfol't 0.Knller NEVi Sec. 28 Twp. 6 8. R. 22 E..
: and the Is embraced
under Certificate No.
SALE-Scuppernong grapes. FOR RENT-comfortable, roomy -and what a difference aid property under said certificate! 303 .

Mrs. Rosa Constantine Ther- apartment with two bedroomsand it makes In our dally lives whenwe i No. IS>y> was In the name oTj. I* E'H of Blk 40, Livingston Truby +-5
Harden t Sons.
ena. ltp private bath. 403 North are Indwelt by Him! Thenit : Unless< said certificates shall be I

Walnut. it i is not surprising that even redeemed according to law the
FOR SAI.E-2 Coca-Cola boxes- property described << becoLd
: .tthr: ::1'n
daughters-in-law fall in love with to the .
one new, one used. Cheap. WANTED TO RENT lower fur.niahed '
the God-Imbued loveliness of a courthouse, door on the first Mon
Bradford Inn.. Up private bath and en*! day In the month of October: 1941,

trance apartment or small fur mother-in-law. A.which D. 1941.'Is the Sib*, ,' day of October.

FOR SALE-two good jersey milk nished' house. Any favorable Little did Naomi dream that Dated this *rd. day of 'Septem Iii 011 CiJ& { sftJIII

cows just freshened. Inquireat location wanted b y civilian. her reward for godliness) wouldbe her(OFFICIAL A. D 1941.SISAL. A. S. Thomas. 1111 ,.
Green's store. It the coveted wish of She
ftI Please state all details- as your many. : Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
'jn advance, was the means of having Ruth : County Florida ,-& 4t .-u

FOR RENT 6-room OR bungalow SALE-Attractive living- Tftnekeeper.rent Is Box In 469 cash., Starke.Chief ltp ancestry play an important of the Lord part Jesus In, who the NOTIfR row' Of TA_*APPLICATION n'CV.OCII..t. I I -BACK TO SCHOOL BY BUS

and dining rooms 3 bedrooms, In turn brought blessing to soulsIn Bill N... l*3)
kitchen and bath. Large sleepIng NOTICE. Is.. HEREBY GIVEN '
WANTED TO SHARE Lady captivity-the captivity and "That' L. A. Davis holder of ,
porch. Electricity, hot and would like to share nice sleep- bondage of sin.' Certificates Numbered' .... ... .!
cold water, large lot.-Mrs. W. No. 4.8 and No. 470 and No. 1..1 I
I Ing room with refined lady. Little do we know what Cod has Issued 7th.. dy .* Jt.r A n |. *1
F. Godwin P. O. Box 53 Starke .
No. UI and No. 2S1 Issued
Very reasonable References.One for us to accomplish by our godly ,i the 4th.,
Fla. Itp day of July A. D. '*a.. I.seme > t .
block from P. O. Phone and lovable lives. We may become In my oftlcn and has mad

173. ltp sUpplng-atones. if plication for. tax deed to be ap.1
FOR SALE-Electric!: butter kist nothing thereon.
: peanut roaster originally sold else not only for our near or distant Said certificated respectively !

Dally cash market for cattle and relatives but for brace the following described' I'l'op1' j .
for $215; will take 975 cash. our ertlea In the County of Bradford. T' k'\ .SS ,
Guaranteed as good as new In. hogs.<< Auction Sale every Thurs- and neighbors, so that they may State of Florida, to-wlt: 4& p&t,?

day beginning at 2:30: p. m. perform exploits In Ills name- Lot 7 of Elk 1. LIvingston Truby
at office.
quire Telegraph 2tp
e. Addition to Starke In Ws Sh.deaU.Bd besides .4 Aaedca'
Columbia Stockyards. Lake City. things for which we are not I.of NE'4 Sec' ft Twp. a S. R. 2i way back Ira school colter will ma be oa thai l*
tu FOR RENT!: One 3-bedroom Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. equipped. Are they saying to 1':., Is embraced. under Certificate time and for ksv.Ilaq by Florida Motor lines to save
youas ...
: Nn 468 qre.ter con ...DC.. Al ri I. house, well furnished. Gas D. Odom. Jr.. P. O. Box 247. Ruth said to Naomi. "Let thy Blocks I t I. t. (39 lots). Living the CII..... ol to w. and lake them rlaht liP to lh. deput boss

i stove refrigerator.- Inquire 608 Starke Fla. tf God be my God and thy peoplebe ston, Trucv'o'e Addition to 01 moM CIOU.,... Make TOUR pU. now fa, C&a\pIII qa.s
COIIIbt. In _
j jj W Madison St.. Starke. 8-29 2tp Stance In WV, at NEVi! See. 18 Twp. .......-. for Uss-oo beck to school
my people"? If not why not? 1 8. R 22 R.. I. embraced undercertificate bT Florida Motor Uiue

FURNISHED COTTAGES l on Oh. yes we may have much to No. 410.Bloeki ,
.t. FOR RENT 3-room furnished to. 2U 2) Lake Santa Fa. 5 miles east of FARES
say. 'We may have keen business Incston Truby .At Co's I .
Iu apartment. Desirable. All con Waldo. Electric lights run ability and foresight wr ..&.,;.y be I Starke In NE TaUahaaaee
veniences. Adults. Also fur Twp. 1 8 R-"tt B.! t .; $2.2
4 oer ning water Inquire Lewis Is ----- Tampa ____
a genius in this or that line and under certificate No. 47S. GaInesville ____ $2.M
nlsbed 6-room cottage.-Mr.. L. Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla. Hlk I'. .. --__ .5 Miami _._
still not have our lives Impressthe ex I. 14 Peeks Addition ___ .l0
M. Clark 1 1-2 mile out E. Call tf to Starke.. In KW4 of NW% N of I[ IeLand -- __ 1.75 Atlanta ___ / _
an St. Starke. tfEXPF.UIENCKD lives of others with the loftier 9th 8t. Sec. 28 Twp. 4 H rV U KJ.. 5.00

I Un i and spiritual matters of life. 'U embraced- under. certificate No. UNION BUS

I SAI.ESMAN WANTED This grace is a God-given art and Lota 2. 2. 4. 8. I. T. '. 9. 19. STATION
St GOOD OPENING IN Bradford comes by much prayer and heavenly U. *3. 14 oi Blk. 24-Peeks Addi Lacy Conway
p : PIANO lion to J Starke. .In NWH of NWH\ N 'Act
County. Full time
route selling4tawlelgh living. Indeed it Is Incum.!'I of 9th St.. Sec. 28 Twp. I 8. ? 22

TEACHER Household Products. bent upon us to let our "light so R. Is .embraced under certificate .
Mrs. F. II. Long Start now. Must have car. Get shine before men that they may assessment of the maid prop. ,. ,.,

more particulars. Rawleigh's, see our good work, and glorifyour arty under said certificates NoT 48.
403 North Walnut St. 470 and 476 was In the name oi I
Dept. FAH-223-208 Memphis Father which Is in heaven (" L. Peek and the assessment of

Term. 8-22 4tp (Matt. :B:16)). the said property under sold ..er-
tificates N... 24, and 21 wa a... ,. ..



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