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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 12, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Wright I Small House Need Not Be Expensive r Starke Gets Federal Grant Of $80,525: 1:1



elected Mayor; :,
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Vote ,'. Total! of} ,$334,880 In Building Permits For Congress? To Be Used !

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D Wainwright waa re-elected<< Issued Here In Past 12 MonthsOne For LargeRecreation ,:


second one-year term as

ir t Of Starke 1 In Tuesday's I rj: ,year ,azo this week Camp Blanding began "coming to Hall
earsA voters a boll Action took the place of words. Excitement hung: so I
olsailargest( numbered I heavy In the air\
could
the p you cut It with a knife-but who had the
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d in a city election I teat'" ua y I timer! Starkeltes listened breathlessly all they were told that "Presidential approval la. expected -

right hundred and fiftyqualified. 1 $10,000,000' would be spent to rush a tented city to completion on momentarily o n Florida

I ; the bamki'ot KlngMey Lake within the next 90 days. If they Public Works Administration recreational -

iin rrlfnt was elected ,by ain ; ; had dreamed\ that more than three time that much would. \ project for Starke. with

of 200 votes over the com-' actually be pod Into Blanding, thetr eye would have popped Federal"grant In the amount of y

totals of his two op onents. completely fins\ their heads. Pioneers of the building: boom j $80. 25. l Is the latent good newsto d
wart Wainwright come from the Starke office 1
began to
tabulation announce elaborate
Futch 100; W M. Ed. In spite of rising costs of materials, a small, modern house The plans. of Congressman Lox: Green "This t' '
A. physical effect
c Starke?
|1. y. Mr. Edwards, Is pres- can still be built Inexpensively. :Mrs. L. A. Rennolds proves it Unbelievable! on ,r' project i Is for a community build

of the City Coun- with "My Doll House," recently completed on a lot adjoining her ing designed to provide facilities
und chairman chairman of the Board of larger rooming house on So. Walnut Mrs. Rennolds estimates Since the first of September 1940 a total of $$334.880 In for the recreational r e I Iglous. "

Commissioners. His term that "My Doll House' cost $1,500 Including concrete walks, aU building permits has been Issued In this erstwhile oue-horse town social and welfare needs of the
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ty \
with a pre-boom population of 1.500! men In the U. S. .! .
expire when the new council furnishings, and gas installations.. Army now aU ,* 4
take office October 7. Before Blanding, an average year might turn up $10.000 tinned at Camp BlontUngv" Cony. ?'_ _
added to the In permits aa did 1938; or a good year might even make headlines grensman Green continued Wed} :.

ev with blood the was election of two If Hitler Wins The War, Here's One Man ,with a, total of $33.000: as 1939. But $334,880OOI-that! nesday. "This building U to he I44

ell business men Chas. A. Who's Glad He's Lived Already almost put Starke In a class with St. Petersburg or even cated at Starke. It will be of'' '
g concrete foundation with }
frunt*
Miami
Beachat
least
Orle A. Wiggins. Seven on a per capita basis.
by and walls, floor and roof.", '
dates sought to fill the two "If the democracies lose this would put his name on them for a Of the grand total, more than 61 percent, or $203,30000:: r ( i

acids. and the tabulation was: war, I can only say that I'm gladI little fee of two or three hundred was for bustneas! construction, while the remaining 39 percent. The newi that this Important ,' '
project is at last Il
322 Wiggins 290; Carl dollars" U29,5O.OO-wu residential and for church nearing the foul
; don't have, as long to live as I purposes. of realization climaxes months. of
k 196, O. L. Beasley (incum- have already lived." This way of life was so revolting Outstanding among the building permits! were the following( : GRO.: II. INMAN waiting and the
hoping, on partof
) 150; A. E. McKinney 71: to Jake that he decided to $18.000 fop enlargement of the Starke Coca-Cola plant Sept 3, city officials '
Green 20; Jos. F. Rabeckity Thus speak Bernard Jacobs, come to America, where a man's 1940; S43.000 Jor the new Post Office Oct. 21: $15,000 for the First published Inkling that spring donated eight, who lots early for last the
Starke merchant who spent his success in life is limited Park Theat Nov. 7 George H. Inman. Bradford Mon
only by =i ; $5,000 for the Bell Telephone Co., build. purpose just north of the Armory
Clerk Carl Johns, unopd youth In one of the autocratic "old his ability to produce. In less Ing April 17: $16.000 for the Florida theatre May 8; $7,500 for County's Lett Mature reprenentatlv, seek In t the h eState Temple Av Construction of
might
for re-election, received apllmentary" countries" of Europe, and knows than a year and a half after land- the Titus Olsen building; $12.600 for the Catholic Church and Second District's seat In the recreational center will necessitate

vote of 453.y :: whereof he speaks. Not that Mr. Ing in the U. S. A. he joined the recreation center, July 18; $5,000 for the Standard Oil station; recently renounced by Lex Congress Green, removal of the tennis courts

Marshal A. L. Alvarez also Jacobs has any doubt about the Army, where be remained for and $5,000 for the Fold garage. comes of a col. which now occupy this site
by way political
posed, as usual led the ticket democracies winning out in the three years. On his honorable
The total amouut of building permits does not take Into umn In the Miami Herald. When
a vote of 463, long run, but he can't keep from discharge, among other things,
account The\ building that has taken place Just outside the city quizzed by the Telegraph, Inman
are written the words "Service
thinking every now and then what : Dover
limits Df' Starke. Within admitted giving the matter Building
some
another
would happen IF- honest and faithful, first-class week or 10 days a building
tliolic Center permli will be l issued for approximately 50.000: for the amusement very serious consideration, but did
torpedo
gunner.
B. Jacobs-or "Jake, as he U
not Utah! to make v definite
center which the Blending Center Inc. announcement
At the end his enlistment Is erecting at the
known to his many friends in of at this time. StreamlinedThe
corner of Call and Weller Being
Streets, which will Include the
Starke was born in Roumanla, Mr. Jacobs merely presented his new The Miami Herald. writer saldt f
sandinge stuck It out for 19 years; then honorable discharge to the proper Orange Lines bus station and two or three other building*. "Retirement of Lox Green from

left for America "w here my authorities and became a natural- Also within the next 30 days contract will be let for an additionto the Second District (he will run Perry Dover Estate, which'

chances would be as good as the ized American citizen, the reby B. H. 8. to cost $111,801, which Government project has al- for oongre sman-at-large) brought owns. the Stump and Sternberg

115.000 which the Cath- I next man's." In Roumania his saving a little of the five-year ready been approved by President Roosevelt Immediately one aspirant! Young store buildings on the 'corner of 'I

, Church is expending in schooling was limited; the lead.- period that Is necessary under ordinary These facts, with the additional fact that the actual building Charles, Bennett of Jacksonville, Call and Thompson Streets, .is

rke for the erection of, therch Ing professions were closed to circumstances. of Camp Blinding did not begin until the last of Septemberor and the bumper crop of candidatesmay i having the Cowan Concrete Build'

building and the recrea- I him; he could join the Army but "I didn't even realize that I wasa first of October, causes us to remark that within the twelvemonth Include Charley Johns of ing A Supply Co., of Jacksonville ,

center on extensive proper- : could never hope to be an officer. foreigner until I applied for. a period from the time work was actually begun at the Starke James Cary of Jacksonville put streamline. finish on thebuilding. I

on Temple Avenue, seems to civil service position In the city Camp, approximately $500,000 In, building permits ,will have George Inman of Starke, F, "It will be the most : t
only a fair beginning ,what f As a result of these'undemo. of New York," he says. been Issued tlt\ Starke.' Bamberg' Harrell of Jasper, and beautiful building In Bradford I, ii''

r Plan to do in this comity 1 cratic restrictions, Jake received He took two examinations one Howard Belote of Jacksonville.** County when It is flnlsheit,!' said '

only five years of schooling-and j for position on the police force, The Herald continued: Fred F Stump Wednesday "What I 1!} ,

mmediately behind the recrea i these. from private tutors, since he and one for position as prison Truck Driver Fight On T. B. "Inman might get Into the congrMnrional the Florida Theatre U to the'next '

t center, according to the Right was Jewish and not allowed to guard, and passed both. He serv- To Be Discussed contest on the strengthof corner" this building In to tills
!
wend (Father) T J. Mur- i attend public schools unless his ed a year and a half on the police I his memorable struggle to attach on. 1

who is in charge of the I father would sign a paper stating force of New York City before How best to fight tuberculosis a multi-million dollar old It. W, \Mills, of Jacksonville, a 1
Killed
lIb here, the Church Is now I:' that he was a foreigner. This he eventually\ entering the mercantile In WreckGary In Bradford county will be din- folks pension rider to a general man born In Bradford County, IN

ling a frame dancing pavilion I' refused to do for the simple rea- business in New Smyrna and cussed at a meeting In Starke appropriation bill at the last the contractor He Is covering

3 feet. Just to the rear of son that he was born In Rou- later !in Starke. later this month. The meeting legislative, leu Ion. Inman, Is a the entire building on three sides

pavlllion Is being built a com- I mania. "If Americans bad to live undera driver Jesse'! for Thaden.the 27 Central, o f has been called by Mrs M. W. young/ chap with lots of vote ap- with white stucco, rounding out ,I s

bus bowling alley which will "I could easily pull the wool European monarchy or dictator- Truck Tampa,Lines, wan killed at mid- Morrow, of Hampton, chairmanof peal outside of urban centers, but the corners and /giving the buildIng -

'lain six alleys over the eyes of my old tutor," ship a little while, they would appreciate night last Friday night a mile Bradford County ChristmasSeal the pension fight might get him an entirely different appearance .,

mmediately behind the church, Jake says, "and consequently their freedom and be and a half north of Lawtey on Committee. It will be held the support of oldsters In Jacksonville lie Is also doing some repair I

following games are being didn't get the schooling ,that I better citizens," Mr. Jacobs believes Road 13 when a semi-trailer In tile court room In the courthouse and the seat I n con work up-stalrs and buildinga

vided for: one concrete basket should have had." which he was driving left the at Starke, September 24, at &reu." the new structure.Mrs. rest room, at the rear of

court; two badminton courts; Just as public schools were When making his decision to road, hit a tree and turned over. 3:30: P. M. F

volley ball court: two'tennis closed to Jewish children, so were leave his home country 'of Rou- Just how the accident occurred At the meeting plans wli be
rti; one shuffle-board court; I the principal professions of law, mania Jake was informed there is not known.t Three semi-trail made for X-raying of those In Methodist Start Roberts

handball court, and four I medicine, architecture, and many are two kinds of passports-one ers were being driven along together the county thought to have tuberculosis Guest At Rotary
*- hoe pitching courts. "A i others closed to the ambitious for those who wish to leave and coming,.from' Jacksonville or known to have beenIn

tang pavillion will be erected ; Jewish young man. Nor could he expect to return-the other kind, when suddenly one of them left contact with It. Plans for Work' on ProjectThe Mrs Thurstoa Roberts, state I

*eea the church and the reclion I hold 'any government position. "one way;' for those wbo leave the road and ,turned over, W T. providing material for the schools' president of the Florida Federation .
center buildings. A little I to return. and other groups will be arrsnged of Woman'
Clubs
"I had an uncle who was an ex- never Jackson local agent for the company was guest
G n Father Murphy an- cellent architect; Mr. Jacobs When they asked him which stated last week. Mrs. Morrow hope to organizea Methodist Church, under speaker at the Rotary Club ..Wednesday. i

"*<1, the Church contemplates said, "but he could not sign his kind he wanted he replied. "Giveme The funeral was held at Fort tuberculosis committee which the leadership of Its new pastor, The Woman's Club organ

ding a boxing arena. He own name to any of his drawings.He one where you never come White Sunday at 4:30: P. M., and will not only sponsor the educational the Rev. O. C. Powell. U making laatlon was founded DO years ago
"wd throughout the Interview but preparation to take care o f a and Mrs. Roberts
campaign will also interesting
t was forced to turn them over back! Interment wa In the Elm Ceme gave an -
ten' these amusements were for to ,some inferior architect who Can you blame him Americans T tery. Funeral arrangements were handle the sale of Christmas Seals larger congregation, both civilian discussion of how It grew: tout
only. In charge of De Witt C. Jones. I with which the campaign Is financed and soldier Incident to Increased of a combination of several 4

Trianon Development Corp. Mr.. Thaden U survived by his The committee will work population and builness. activityIn small cultural group. She 'reviewed

rwtlng the dance pavlllion and Miss Erskine Thanks Starke Hostesses wife, Lois Tbaden; one son. Richard I with the Bradford County Health Starke many of the Important 1

bowling alley, as It did the Who Helped Entertain R. A. F. ; a brother Clifford, of Port Department and officials of the The Church hat already begun accomplishments of the Jacksonville .
rch and the recreation'cenwnjle land. Oregon, and a sister Miss I department will serve In an advisory the construction of a 12,000 addition club during/ the past 47 ,

A."",A.. Annie la doing Dear StarkeOn practically billed with those of Zona Gale Thaden. lie was a capacity to the committee.All to Its present educational years, and stated that similar

concrete work and building behalf of the YMCA may I Myrna Loy and William Powell.It member of the Methodist Church. persons Interested In the building next door to the Church goals have been reached by s

toiusement courts. The outs sincere thanks to those hit a very warm spot in the tuberculoiil campaign are Invitedto proper on the corner of Jefferson Woman' Clubs In all parts of the I

money for these latest 1m- convey and my families who helped to hearts of our own soldiers too WoodrowAlvarez attend. and N. Walnut streets At the country.Mrs. .
people
sent Win cost equally asa entertain-and so graciouslytheCadets who had been at the supper and front of the frame building, a Roberts was accompanied: (I

the original $15,000 of the Royal Air Force, were thus Included in the Invitation. Funeral Held To ManufactureRoot structure of concrete blocks 24x to the Rotary Club by Miss
bar Murphy could hardly believe 42 will be erected, which. will Include Evelyn: Stump, president of the
stated.
Everywill I In training at the Jackson : They
be finished within about now ville Air Base, who visited Starke they were getting something for Woodrow W ''Alvarez, 24yearold Beer HereJ. two clans rooms, each 18x Starke club, and by Mrs. L. At

wwkj-In ample time for the week-end. nothing, and have told me since farmer who lived five miles 24, In between. Davis, and Mrs K. O. Duncan
** of the soldiers from their last How I wish you could have all what a great guy they think west of Starke,. died In the Ala- F, Holllng worth, real estate At the rear of the present past[ presidents the organlza.
jwtn In Louisiana. I them Manassa is. chua County Hospital Monday, operator has temporarily leased building a frame extension 12 x tion.
heard these lads as we drove
the old location of the Star StoreIn
I and burled at the Conner 30 will be constructed which will
Ue was ,
divln. The end of a perfect day came
!''Prvf,... have been : back to the Air Base last Sunday bin building at 114 South Wal-
In the church o'clocki I fellows-It when they were taken to the i cemetery at 11 o'clock Wednesday be used as a kitchen. Included In Morel Leaves
at 9 Weary young
night. nut to a that will
concern
i man-
Sunday : home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knight, morning. The funeral was preachedat these two addition. will be aladle.
t$1 morning since Au- : had been a full two daysfor the by the Rev. W. ufacture and distribute C. p .' and men's rest Legion CenterIt
yet the Church Is not beamed from ear I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and cemetery a room.Several
them-but they Root .
yet Beer.J
Mrs. S. L. Peek and put to bed E. Hall and DeWitt C. Jones had partitions will be removed
it continuously
a Dieted will be dedicated : to ear. and babbled had. I with real sheets under and over charge of arrangements.Mr. H. Loverln and I. W. Long- from the present building, leavinga has been announced that
had
daY around the middle about the fine time they acre, both of Miami, the Lawrence W. Morel, assistant director ;
October, at Mrs. Green's them, and told they could sleep Alvarez was stricken with opened space 30xSO which will be lined j
W. which time dished Congressman and I late as they wanted to. blood poisoning seven weeks ago place this week. !,[r, Loverln lethe aa a Church School auditorium at the American Legion '
visitors will be here bouffet supper on the lawn was as of the O. & L.Roofing Center here, will be transferred to
4
the Church to them- All this was reviewed with and was taken to the hospital, but proprietor and recreation hall Even after
wIt Will be formally like a peek at Heaven sighs as they effervesced all never recovered. He was a mem- Co.. of Miami, and Mr. partitions are removed there will Jacksonville on or about September
Will food con- many
seat 200 persona. with all that wonderful back to the Air Base ber of the Baptist Church. Longacre Is In the root beer business till remain seven class rooms, 11. Miss Nina V. Probette
to the
ladles way
tributed by many kind chief hostess, will take Mr. More
his there. They! will manufactureand with a probability that temporary
,
is survived
made their Sunday evening. He by parents I
You Sing, the occasion, which You Comments In our Guest book Mr. and Mrs R. M. Alvarez; by distribute root beer throughout partitions will be used when and el's place at the center. "
saucers.
ncc Or Act? eyes grow large as rations for a which may be of Interest were as three brothers, Charles Alvarez of this section of the State. as needed. So that the Church Last week-end a grand bingo

see they'd been on home, where follows: Jacksonville; Rufus' and William 'j Mr. Holllngsworth gave an School facilities will be greater game and community sing were

slant wanted! good long time back for big "Nicest friendliest and most Alvarez of Starker and five sis i iten. option on the rental of the build I than formerly, according to the conducted by Walter V. Walsh,

a b the call being sent out eggs couldn't with be chocolate spared frost- hospitable people on Cod's earth." Mrs. Mary Dobbs Ralford; : ing sometime ago. which, option pastor. with candy and prizes being contributed -

?. Army YMCA as tryouts I white cakes going on there "There'll always be an England Mrs. Thelma Reddish Starke: expires October 1. If. In the mean- "More than SO percent of the by various staff mem- .

'* tonight (Friday) for the Ing. With been a war time for parties. -it Is Cod's own country and Mrs. Mildred Medllng. Starke; time, they do not take up the fund are In the bank," said Mr. bers.

"loned vaudevWe show bee ;. had never Impressed. so Is America. Bless us both." Mrs. Edna Wasdln Waldo* and option and if the above-named Powell yesterday, "and the bal I An unusual game program was

pianned for the second week They were truly following the "I think you have the most Mrs. Candacy DeBoise, Macclenny. concern completes anticipated arrangements ance will be raised locally.\ .conducted by Louis Morton Flora
"Y" dance
October: to welcome the boys : At our couple of the lads glamorous girls-" at Camp Blandlng, i Padgett, and Claude Alvarez

from maneuvers.J Green party, a that "Starke had Flight Lt O'Callaghan their Bids On Landscaping they will be permanently locatedat Tabernacle TonightThe staff members. The program was
CIvtlIazl\ remarked to me commanding officer, who also 114 South Walnut Street. 'arranged by Miss Probette.
and soldiers and most glamorous
4\nce, or who can the prettiest for along registered when he came down on F. F Stump postmaster announces Rev. Forbes E. Fuller, pas The Student Officers Club, con-
"act the had ever seen
** to come out fool" are girls they Sunday to go to the broadcast In I that bids on landscaping Infant Morgan Dies tor of the Lawtey Baptist Church, I ducted by Mr. !Morel and composed

r "",arwu! Win tonight. Regu- long time added the fln-Invited which they participated on our the potto/flee grounds will be received will preach at the Tabernacle tonight of selected members of the

muter the begin Tuesday George Manassa all regular Sunday program, commented up until 5 p. m. on Thursday Mr*. Emmalyn Morgan of (Friday), Mr. Fuller Is a various fencing teams at Camp ,s}
"I. direction of Nat ''l ishing touch when he to the mid as follows: "There'll always Sept. 25. Specifications and : son on September 6, who died graduate of the Moody Bible Institute Blinding, will be discontinued: until -

of Mrs. Green's guests be an England as long as necessary blanks may be obtained son on September 8 which died of Chicago. The service\ the soldiers return from maneuver -
were
I fcoi I014 hoai to Invite a "oldler night show. The RAF their boys names (Continued OB Pap Eight) at the poetofflce.: j Sept 7. will be held out of doors. *.
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for Sunday dmner. really tickled to we r
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: ; u r an undecisive phase, to accurately sum up ville, were visiting Mrs. Barber'sparents imbrices thereon the following Said 'certificate d..rlb..dproperty lard property 1 The under assessment Bald. certificate of the said No. '' In assessment. the name ori.rtlu of the Slack! prls 11t
I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of Brad In the name of Inca Iv.y Under. said laald
The Bradford I' In the County 200 wa
Telegraph pr
County certifies
f this astonishing assessment. of the said In ,
; what has taken place during over the week-end. ford., Stat NW of<4 of Florida 8Wy4 Hee.to-wit 11: Twp Pollard property:; The under. said certificate No. I assessment. the name ot of Cnknoill
KWof ,
; ''g t.'. Kdtablbhed: 1877 conflict-a conflict which may well, as This community was saddened 7 &:I.'-R. tS E., containing20 Acres, 214 wa In the nameTI of Unknown; i under 1I..ld the firsts' sod ,
of th. said prop- Iin the eof it
a'' +d f PubLUbed Weekly -on 'Fridays, and Entered" w'Sec-: Hitler has said, decide the history of the to hear of the death of Woodrow more The or assessment less. of the laid! Prop-. erty a assessment under said certificate No. 607. ; & Co.l: The.name axxeeenlI. ".ton.0. :,
and .. R. certificate 1 1.- name of J. R. Dover.lnle prop..rty 01
r But Alvarez son of Mr. arty under the said we the under s..Id t lho
cod CUM Matter at the Poet Office at Stark*, Fla. world for the next thousand years. rued was !In th. name of R. T. ? ..J< said certificate shall be ,,491 was I nth.. n.Otllll...,
'
M Alvarez on Monday September redeemed. according to law theproperty Brown; The 01
and that Corbin. a"HO."I.
'- -- one thing seems undeniably true, .. therein be property "'
8. We deeply sympathizewith shall b de.crlbpd attl under ,
said certificate\ : a t.
SUBSCRIPTION
r
t Y ,, UATB 1 Unless bidder thecourthouse was in the erllfh.
highest
which Hitler have according to law, th. Bold to the name >r 1 II""
": is that the forces oppose the bereaved ones. redeemed the first Mon. : assessment. Inkna
be door on
will
or vn
Yearly, $1.73; Six: Months, .l.OOmini property. de.crlbed therein of October. 1941.whl..h under the I ''d ...
Normanof .
Russell month
become tremendously stronger in the last Mr. and Mrs .old to the highest bidder .t the day In the I, N-0 "
''r the del
of October
r1. name
Mon l Is the 6th day of Mr.
y i the week-end door on the first ; M. k
df Vanderbilt courthouse ..
spent ihL Ir'"""Munder /
t : VERSE year., After the evacuation of Dunkerque, with relatives and friends of which i I.the the month 6th of day October.of October 1941., A.Dated D. 94fhl" 3rd,. day of Sept.m. I e.rtlfuW v o..O,* *,
h i. Husband, love your wives, even as Christ also almost miraculous degree of I the name of Sloop ?;
it took Jacksonville. .
1041.
an OFFICIAt/SEAI.
n, loved the Church and gave Himself for It; that he ..t l. Dated; this :Jnl. day of Septem-. (;; ) A. J.. Thomas under assessment of th. Hankers* Pr.J]
$ k might sanctify and cleanse It with the washing optimism to give England a chance for vic- IOFF'ICIAI.. SEAL) A. t. Thoma. Clerk County of, Florida.Circuit Court of 0-B Bradford 4t 9-26 the name certificate of (Ma, NoM too I R i]

i,, of water by the Word that He might present It tory. The best that most authorities hopedfor PINE LEVELBy Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford assessment.. of th. HI said%mi,)a'under 1
: to Himself a glorious Church not having sport or Mrs. M. McRac 9-S 4t 1-2tJ APPLICATION certificate '"
/ *k br which wouldlet .,11. County, Florida. NOTI"IO 0' name of Mary Johi.i VfUll
% r ; wrangle or any auch thing; but that It should be was a negotiated peace, FOil "'A IUUCU ment J; "I I
: and blemish.- 5:25-27 This community was saddenedto CATIONgesale !' ("east. UIII III... 163) .aid ertificateld N0"r".p'rtr, ;
f a ; holy without Eph, : some semblance of parliamentary gov- NOTIeIRci APPII NOTICIoJ tS HEREBY; GIVEN the
!' hear of the death of Woodrow of Tax name of fnkno nvnlsp/ *'l
!} 4 r' ernment continuo to live in parts of the (! Bill Nx. 183)OIVEN. That L. G. Powell Numbered holder respectively! Unless said Crrtlfkatt
Alvarez and 'our sympathy goes 18 HEREBY Certificates redeemed 'hI.
e '; /'.. The Shooting of Laval Is Signal Old World. Today Britain has at least an That NOTICE T. J. Alderman holder of 9x9Certificates 894 issued the 7th. day of July properties d..rth.d according" thor.I"
to
t ; out the entire family. Numbered. respectively. 1930: No. 881 Issued the 6th, day sold to the ,
OF More Trouble For "Collaborators"Paul even chance of full and conclusive victory- )[1', and Mrs. D. M. McRae of 22 and 611 issued the 7th., day the oAugust of September 1932"d.;;, 2-Srds day of of'July No. Cfurt-b"u.. door highest on hlddr .'

''4' '{ ; r.. '" Colette, a ;young Frenchman who and some experts think that her chance is Orlando spent the weekend with, 6th. day, im of Auaruijt.: No. 2113 19211 l Issued; No. 427 S25 1934;Issued No. S02 the Issued* the 6th ,day the of day which In is the the Month 6th, of Otapm oro'k:
issued
day
49:1:
day of m No. '
7th. August, : A. D. 1941. '
'" with the British is better than that. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. and 497 issued l Issued the 7th., day of July 1930: No. 281 Issued -
fought at Dunkerque, 1J.10 No. W 7th
t fdt.t I Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall were July of December; 1931; No. 415 l 1- dayutof July; A d0.h19/1'd. day ?' S.
day issued'the 7th. ber.
r ,, one of those many Frenchmen who dare to The United States is playing a great here'for the week-end services at sued the Srd. day of August, ofith..daylot9.iulyo1938'and No. 600 (OFFICIAL I
_ th. 7th., day : : No. 607 Issued the 7th.t day SF.ALI) A
issued 11t
; 1'' dream of France's return to its high place part in this. We are slowly becoming, in Pine Level. No. 200 : .. 1I0'J'Illy. 1930: No. 400 1931 Issued No. the 257 County.Clerk Circuit Florida.' u'i Bn
607
No. of August. t.
3rd ,
lur among: the world's nations. He shot traitorous the President's phrase, "the arsenal 1 of Those who enjoyed the birthday issued the 2nd. day oC: July 1934, 11".sa.y the 2nd. day of i August; -
: of David office and and No. 1396 Issued, the 7th., iv:
"In1'IT
dinner in honor filed name In my 1920: rot
w'' Pierre Laval, former Premier and of actually has deedto 133, has filed same In ItT RqB
The tax :
,4 ,r i democracy. possibility our 'Kelloy on ,his 63rd anniversarywere has made application for day of AUK mad. application c-oI'III'ry. 1'Lctlllll\I lt 1

'' Marcel Deat, Paris editor, both of whom had going to war in Europe seems to lessen, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc Said be issued certificate. thereon.. respectively embrace foSaidxcertificates my office dl&t t spectlvehyretnertlee 'tu Marietta y. Eell, plaintiff ..

; gone down the line for a French policy of rather than grow greater.:\ As yet, ,at least, Rae C. H. Phillips Mrs. J. D. rtea! the In followingdescribed the County. of Bradford proi, the following Bradford. K 6 .day ell. Defendant of October, (4 A.In 1lendn I ; ,,1 I

'! Nazi collaboration. Britain and her Allies have no need for ad- Odom, Mr. ,aod Mrs. J. R. Hall, St \h.OfsoOnd Twp.to.wlti 8 S R. '20 E.. State of In Florida the County towltiSWVi of: dencedis Cheenee.ESouth| iki"l c.Tl
i Mrs. Eunice Box,'' Mr. and Mrs In SE Cor ( ,
6 A
or IBB.In of NWW ex. required .
more to
t h Regardless of the ill-advised violence oft ditional manpower. What they need is H. M. McRae:and Owen McRae.J. coiitalnln embraced 160 under acres Certificate. No. & 2 A In SW Cor Sec. 17 Twp.' 6 complaint' filed .YalnVhVl,,

Colette's attack the recent shooting will munitions and more munitions aircraft 'I W. Hall i-apent last week Z2WV4' of S. R. 22 E., containing IM embraced 33 acres.more under. In. Thin order to he pub i S
i of Woe of NEV & E 10 A or less, I once each week J
is I visiting relatives at the State NW". Sec. 10 Twp. 7 S. R. 21 E., Certificate No. 394. ;I tlve we.ks In Bradt r'd.rl
rt stand as a symbol of resistance for peoplesof and still more aircraft. Today Britain Farm. containing 60 acres, more or lew. 244 A being 491 ft E W by...220. Telegraph, a newHP"/ ,,bf
all continental the to the Continent-and she I.l embraced under Certificate No. betngdin lying alonlr S & E tR &: In Raid Bradford County ilI948tarke.
carrying rl
Europe. war 3 8
and S of Blk a iii of .
Mr, and Mrs. D. M. McRae HurlUa. 8rPtembr; ,
The followers of Petain had given only is carrying it there partly with American Mrs H. M. McRae were dinner Twp.89NWt4 6 8.of R.NEW 22 E.of, SW containing% Sec. 10 14 6 In S.Temples R. 22 Sub E., containing Dlv. Sec. 11 8 acres Twp. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I.

feet above of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. more or lees, la embraced more or leAs. IB embraced. under Clerk Clrcu I t Court Th
i a a half-hearted allegiance to Vichy, but the .bombers which can fly at 30,000 guests acres. Z53. County, B
Certificate No. Florida < IJl
fire and above Norman In the Gum Branch section under of NF.W"t 41 Y-1Ir E 60 CtXl In UBBNOCor"if 8W of HWU -S I
underhanded work of men like Laval, Deat, the range of anti-aircraft NEVi 2I9 -
It E&
N & iii by
ft of NWV4 of f 1'"' and Darlan made it easy for weak-willed the efficient fighting 1 level 1 for pursuit Saturday. 23 Twp: 68. B 2f E., 11 acmes.. W c.l Twp 6 S. R. 23 E.,' con- Florida.I In CIrcuit Court adroMCr
1
at less. Chancery
services under more or
Those who attended or lens In embraced 2 acres
Petain to follow along and establish the planes. Certificate more No. 431. mb aced under 2-3rd., of Certificate Lee, v.. Charles Lee 51
Green
Grove church at October V
; Hickory 6th 1941. the
46 Livingston No. 8211.
Lot 4 of Blk -
; f w} ,i kind of government that has Hitler rubbing Some believe that the coming year Cove Springs Sunday night were: Truby& Co' Sub Division of NEM Lot 4 of Blk 11, Livingston ofNEK Charles known. Lee In whose reildea.
F of NEV4 Seo. U Twp. 6 S. R. 22 Truby & Co's, Sub Dlv of NEV required to ap t
his hands in glee. Laval and Deat were will decide this war. Hitler is not only Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall and children E., "I.I embraced under Certificate Sec. 28 Twp. 6 IS. R. 22 E., the This bill order filed to again be hint b
:
Misses Mary Ella Ward, Is embraced under Certificate No. publl.Mi
I.I. ; Socialists and both without many followers fighting a war on two fronts-something Doris Strickland Doris Crosby, NOLot978 of Blk 48. Llvlng-dton I each weeks week In for four Counq
802EJ4 Bradford
NEr4of Truby
Co'. Sub Division of ( of Blk .0, Livingston,
Truby&
l.
r '; t ;r t in the declining years of the Third Republic. he always said he would avoid at all costs- Doris Dyal. Luclle .and Haven NEV Bee. 28 Twp. 8 S R 22 & Co's Sub Division of. NEV.\ ofNEVi aid graph Bradford a newspaper County, publlrt.>
68 R. 22 Bu Stark
certificate Sec. 28 Twp. .
a V Laval himself once admitted that 95 per cent he must face a third front, too. The third I Crosby, Mrs. Nona Dyal. Lucian B. In embraced under Is. embraced under Certificate No. Ida. September. 4th 1941
1t' N Connor, and Bobby Owens. "SEW'of SESeo.< 17 Twp. 7 1 a (OFFICIAL SEAL A J Tb
n
; of the sentiment in France was against his front' Is the growing underground anti-Nazi i R. 22 E., containing 49 acres, more 492.Com.. at a pt 17H( Chna W of !SH! Clerk Circuit Court, .8
I The Bradford County Singing I or Ie..". la. embraced. under certifi- Cor of NEW & run W 131 Yda N County Florida ) (((1
y direction. Nine out of ten Frenchmen hated movement in the occupied countries. Reports Convention will meet with Pine cate No. 415 616 Yds, E 131 Yds, S 616 Yds to
r N4, of NWVi ex 12 A In SE Cor Beg, Seo. 34 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E, IN THIS CIHII irroiRT. nd
him. But that didn't prevent Vichy's policy filter out from Europe of sabotage, Level Church next Sunday. Everyone Seo. 21 Twp. 73. R. 22 E., containing containing 14 acres More or less, Jimntl ('IK<"IIT OP Pi
welcome.In 1 68 acre., more or less, 1. embraced I I. embraced under Certificate No. IUA. I'M"' AM" HH BRAD
of betrayal from eventually winning. Laval the assassination of Nazi troops and police, I under certificate No. 200. 281. COUNT: "'. n
A is the SMi, of 1oJ4. of KVi of NE<4 of NEVi NEU of NE% of SW% Sec.' 8 l\ (11\'\( ER"
most of the collaborationists
+ ; ;M1 probably enthusiastic the slow-down of work in factories in occupied Circuit Court Bradford Count,. Sec. 30 Twp. 7 S. R. 22 E? containing Twp. 7 8. R. 22 E., containing 10 Mary Keogh Drake,
: and of the Florida.-In Chancery. B acre, more or less I. acres. more or less Is embraced Plaintiff
n one enemy's greatest lands which have been forced to Berry vs. Eugene 0 Berrjr. On Mon embraced under certificate. No. 214. under said Certificate No. 600. -V.- 1410
It LL friends. day October 8thl<>4l the defendant NWV\ of .IE'4: & W'', of E% of 2 Acres in NW Cor of NEW of George Nelson. Drake,
produce for Germany. Lately, the German : Eugene O. berry: of jackKonville SEVt Bee. 32 Twp. 7 S H. 22 E., I NW'4 Sec. 4 Twp. 7 S. R. 22 E.. Defendant.f11tlItlt .
n So when Colette aimed his pistol at have Florida; himnelf who In alleged: to beconcealing containing 60 acres more or lew. *. containing, E acres more or less. Is : HP I frERVPI:
serviceof
authorities in the put that
occupied areas i>o IK embraced under certificate No. embraced under Certificate No. 607. NOTH'E TO APPEAR
t Deat and Laval, it signaled the outbreak of into rules process cannot be had upon him. 507 SEH of HWVi of 8E\4 Sec 4 Twp. THE STATE OF FU>ltir! >A.
effect extremely stringent new In required to appear to the bill .
The assessment of the Bald property 7 S. U. 22 E., containing 10 acres, To George Nelson brake i
1, < ; a new and more avengeful rebellion of all designed to anti-German activity of filed aeaUnut him herein week This I under Bald certificate. No 22 more or Less Is embraced under residence IB. unknown
prevent order to be published once a
Will Certificate No. 400. It Is .
wa. ; hereby ordered that 'I'<'
l l those who hate the Nazis. Because of it, all kinds. But the underground movement for four consecutive. weeks. In Bradford The assessmentme. ofof theWaiter. property Beg 2 Chn. S of NW Cor of NEH required to appear on the tthl
County Telegraph atd a newa-' under the Bald certificate No. of SWV & Run S 8 Chns E 10 of October A. D 1941 Mot-l
Nazi torture and the Vichy guillotine will go continues and It is said to be especially rounty.published I In Bradford I 69 wa. In the name of Unknown; Chns, N Chn., W 10 Chns to above entitled court to the bl
'i grows. Stark., Florida, Sept. 4th, The assessment of the Bald property beg .exV 1 A Sec. 8 Twp. 7 H. complaint filed against you ,irf
forward, together, toward more cruel ac- effective in France. Frenchmenwho 1941.OFFICIAL under Bald certificate No. 263 R. 22 E., containing 2 acres, moreor above entitled cause, and 'ifold
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas was In the name of P. T. Parker: less Is embraced under Certificate County TeleKmph' li kl
t # complishments. That should not stop a have escaped from Europe almost Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford The assessment of said property No. 257. designated. an the newspip-f
County, Florida. '-B 4t '.26 under Bald certificate No. 427 .wa. N t Acres of WI%{, of NEH of which thla order shall. be pub I|
Y million Frenchmen, with even half as much unanimously report that the overwhelming in the name of J. A. Altman; The SWVi &: 3 Acres In NW Cor of once a week for four con*
t It 41 NOTICIQ OF APPLICATION: assessment of said property under NWVI of NWVi Sec. 8 Twp. 7 8. R. weeks
a nerve as Paul Colette, from causing plenty majority of French people pray for Allied FOR TAX I1KKII Bald certificate No. 4U7 wa. In the 22 E., containing 6 acres, more or WITNESS my hand and tk4
+ of future trouble (II..... Bill N... 14I3) name of Livingston, Truby &: Co.: less, In embraced under certificate of this court at Slarkt! Flj I
in the Nazi-Vithy camp. victory-and wait in grim silence for the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The assessment of the said property No. 1398., this 3rd day of September. ,
t'' That F. M. Packham holder of Tax under said certificate No. 499 The assessment of the said prop-
t Only a general rising-up of the French day when they may be, able to settle their Certificate No. 20a, 'Umjed hashe led was In the name of Jaa. Grant; I erty under said certificate No. 894 4JFIC1AL SEAL) A.1 Tb|
people ''against the Nazis will restore the day of August A. D. 1939, t The BBBeaament of the said property was In the name of C. L. Peek; The Clerk of the Circuit Court
ee long account with what they regard as the name In my office and has mad under Bald certificate No. 415 assessment of the said property I John J. Henderson. EIMI,
T Allies' confidence in the French. That application for a tax deed to be was In the name of Ines Ivey Pol- I under said certificate No. 381 was Plaintiff Attorney. '.1 t''|
con traitors at Vichy.On .

fidence, anything 'but warm now, might be the Russian front Hitler has been
,
restored by another French revolution. forced into precisely the kind of campaignhe ,

c xi swore to avoid-a long campaign which I IJ

As 'War Enters Its Third Year must go through a Russian winter. The 1 dark i

_ j, Democracy's Stock Is Decidedly Up victories he has gained against the Sovietare after ..d

6 On September 1, the war entered its relatively slight there is little question

1 third year. In the two years that have but what he expected total victory in a mat.

+ passed since Hitler sent his legions into Poland er of a few weeks, when he began. The

r a long list of nations has been subjected Russians, soldiers and civilians alike, are

4" f to the ruthless Nazi rule. One of fighting with that dogged fanaticism which

4 the citadels of democracy, France, has suffered has always been the mark of the Slav. And

+ d e i ignominious military defeat, and has the German soldiers are dying like flies on
i
become a total state patterned on Hitler's Russian soil.

l Reich. Some 7,000,000 soldiers have been So, there is reason for hope as the third

F killed, wounded or imprisoned, and. an un- year of war begins. The Allies may not yet I arorv

) ;lt a known total of civilians have died in the have' the strength of the Nazis-but Allied

rubble of falling buildings, and before the power grows, and many are certain that

f to r firing squads of the Gestapo and the S. S. German power, for all the areas it has conquered

troops. One of the Nazi military songs
all the resources it has gained, is
contains this line
r r : "Today we rule Europe

: "' .tomorrow the world is ours." The first part dwindling.This '

of be the decisive winter in
; that has come true with a vengeance may

but the second has not. which one of the great pages of world his-


xt It is difficult, the war still being in tory is written.' --: : 1 .


SUNNY BROOK FARM Joyed a swim at Hampton Lake ter Mrs. William Morgan.Mr. .' '

t e lljr MlM Anula CrosbyMrs. Sunday night. ., and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were

4 Mrs W. R. Halalop Mrs. Inez visiting their daughter, Mrs., L//i_

J. R. Kelley and son. Robert I Kelly 'a n d son, Donald. Mrs. Frank Cruce, near Lawtey satur- : I I -A:
: Uoyd. spent Thursday of last Louise Ward and Mrs. Aline

t week In Lake Butler visiting Mrs. Moore were visiting the bedside of ,day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and

', Kelley' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Alvarez. In Gainesville, ,children, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. ,
? A. U Drlggers. Friday. I
Rosier and children Mr. and Mrs. 1
t" Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halalop and Herbert Kelly went to Plant Leslie McClellan and children andJ. 1b1

e t eon. Fred, attended the birthday City for a few days Monday. E. Rosier attended a fish fry

d'' q reunion of John Sapp at Sapp Mr. and Mrs Jack Smith War i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
LOOK AROUND YOUR for. YOU
b Station Sunday. Mr. Sapp was ren Kelly and Miss Arsula Cros- S. Sapp at Sapp Station Saturdaynight. ; t NOME f you've paid
eighty-six old.' .
years b
,4 Mr. and Mrs. Earl KIrby spent Butler by were Saturday visiting relatives afternoon.EVERGREEN In. Lake 1 \ TONIGHT. Is the full entire home will

t Sunday night with Mrs. \I cbeerfu
p Klrby'aparents. VANDERBILT beauty of your furnish., 'more gay and
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. By Miss. Velma Norman famiIy

w t' Crosby Mr of and New Mrs.River.Claude, Moore I By Mr*. F. A. Hooter, REVIVAL MEETINGA I ings brought out in And. so will your I

id and children of Tampa returned Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Normanand revival meeting will be heldat /: \ their true rich colors:: ? For few donOr
'w home after the Wateroak Church just a
y' Sunday spending awhile baby and Mrs. Bill Spears Baptist 'rr do they to be
appear enjOr
4 with relatives here. and children of Raleigh spent beginning Sunday night September a room you can

ar ,; Mr. and Mr. II. B. Kelley spent Sunday with their parents Mr. 14. and continuing'tbrough under a dull and luster glass<
io 'l Saturday here with relatives. Mrs. and Mrs. Thea Brannen.Mr. the following Sunday, September plenty of mellow
,e Beulah Kelly and grandaughter 20. The Rev. II. L. Chapin will less film? 1 "conditioned"1ight
and Mn. Dan Rosier of .f.
r1 1. little Kathryn Kelly returned with Jacksonville spent the week-end I be the speaker throughout the \ less ::

p' Jacksonville with relatives. here with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. services and will be assisted by f \' 4t Banish this Qfterdarkthe' f i kind that help
t ? them.:. After spending a week In Rosier. the pastor of the church Rev H. \l01I \ \ I r.I. I '
'
.t ie a r; of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. and Raymond Mrs. Oliver Alice Mrs. Carl Rosier and baby of M. \ Tillman.Invited to Everyone attend. Is cordially l t film with Light Conditioning. ', y preserve precious eTr|

M 1 Oliver of Pine Level were visiting Indlantown and Mrs. J. \M.\ Rosier Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter S !1_ t Then you'll' 'sight.Why not se l"?

er Mr. and Mrs C. C Crosby and VVoodlawn were visiting B. E. Sandra of Jacksonville, spent ... ?
enjoy the
e I 'dealer
colors
4 children Sunday. Rosier ,and mother Saturday. the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. 1-a -;,...... that tomorrow

Charley McKinney of Starke Cecil Day of flames City Is F. M. Norman. '
e' was visiting Mrs. Arle Brown and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thea Bran .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Normanand
ELECTRICITY 15 [HEAP!
a :Miss Nona Drown recently, nen.Mr. family were shopping In Jacksonville I
n Mrs. T. M. Hudson, Mrs. U L. and Mrs. Clyde Griffin and Saturday.J. /
t Very, and Mrs. Sallle Scholds of children of Jacksonville spent the \ i ;
r1 Ocala were guests of Mr. and week-end here with their parents M. Rosier of Woodlawn was

; Mrs. Virgil Owens recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Roster visiting Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Nor-

.j 1 ,e Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and and Mr. and Mrs. John Qrlffia. man Tuesday afternoon.. YOUR DEALER TODAY!

k 4 4 ,yt children Kathryn and Robert J. H. Sapp of Hawthorne spent] Mrs. Ellen Barber and sons, ._ _
t Lloyd, and Raymond Brown en- last week here with his daugh Bobbie and Jerri, of Jackson

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1941 BRAPFOltP COUNTY TELEC.RA.rn. !STARKE.! FLORIDA sft.vu3.tt

_. T1 _

Thinking Out Loud I erly:\" under said certlflcatea No. ..RI:I Florida, on the 27th day --,f S< p- I graph a newspaper. published. In

I Bradford High School Journal II 470 and 47t was In the name 4''if timber, A. f.. 141, for approvalof "ald Bradford County.OFFICIAL. I
:-: C. I.. 1'eek, and the assessment. of the .am and for final. tin- ( stCAL: ) A J. Thoma.
Marge Chryste th.. said property under saint certificate harga a* AdmInistrator of t h a Clerk Cu Milt Court.

Oh, school Is such an ideal placeTo :No. 24( and 2M was a avnned Umat: of August F. Matiat De- Pttrke, Florida, Augunt 28th. 141. .,
In the nan of "'. I* & J. 1.. caned.Thla. I.. it taU
STAFF Mae Alleredge W o r t bin I g ton view the* toils of the human I I'eek.Cnlea. 15th day of August, A. O.
rI'ORIAL -
: Campus ChatterSeen race paid certificate nhall be loll
EditOr.1fl- : Springs;, Wllla Jean Malone, Ral- redeemed nlh..tr'.tnta; Iheproperty Harry K. Matall'A Admlnlntrator' of IV; T IK CIHC-1 IT C01-HT. EIGhTh
Thompsonspecial And see how fast It sets Its pace described will laold >, the istats UU.' F. Hat.Deceaaed. JIIIKItl, ('IICI IT
xttrjorl ford; Kathleen Judd about to the hlfhent bidder at thecourthous. h :: 9liIn Of VI.OH-
Trenton
; the camp, look. By watching the lines on every ll ,. IV ..* FIlls nitAI>KOIIU
Features door on the firm Monday -- ,'oa ,,
Ovid Futch, Joe Ethelbert. Arnold. Springfield, Ing like they were so happy. are face. In the month of October Uti. Circuit (Court Bradford
Hay11'Lander Massachusetts; L a von Alvarez the iors..Seniors and those proud Jun There are the tall boy, the little A.which P. 1941.In the (th day of October .Florida. -In Chancery Irene Jen- ('a\, \Itf.va. J

.up.n Henwhoten, Plnuitlff v..
Reporter Vanderbilt School tot. Dated this Srd., day of Septem. ,,,,, .. ""
SpeCial ; Bobby Turner i J bar, A. D. 1941.OKFIC1AI. Italph Hob..rt'an "enHho, 7) / r
MathewS. Geraldine SllI St. Augustine; Wallace Cooley These broom-stick skirts The youngster who. thinks he )S1SAI A..1. Thomas. fendant.. On Monday 'October (Ih., Z. T. ('arwile Defendant,
seem laU. the defendant R ii! >n l-.ubert
B Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Green' Kingsley Lake Q. W. to be the knows a lot. Van Bennahoten. OHItKH: OF SERVICE!
porothY ; Dyal, Lake latest fad around Bradford County Florida. t4t -S6 I is required appear -
n.tt.
MX The beautiful belle the to the bill, filed htm I '0'1"1e TO APPKIH
Patsy Robert Butler; and John Thomas High. homelyone. a*
-
.
---_. Jack Stripes squares and herein. Thla Order to b* published TIlE STATE (II' FLORIDA:
---- Mae Parker sonville. circles-not mentioning the How- >OTI('B OP 'PPI.ICATIO\ one o> week for four connecutlv! To Z. T. Carwile whose residence
NeV --- Buddy Davis era. The senior who thinks hess nearly r >n T.40' IIKKIt weeks 'In Bradford Count Telegraph I. Unknown. .
Dport., "--- ,1I..t. Bill Ne. lUSt a newepaper published In It '," hereby> ordered that you are
Douglas. Hazen Ninth Grade News done NOTICE I IlKItKHY OIVKN. aid nl'lldford'aunt). required' to appear on the Ith day
.- Pig tails, beads and ribbons But who has yet.; and all agreed That Ruby A. hayes holder of TaxCertificate OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas 01 October. A. D. 1941 before the
No. 21 the 7th. above .ncttl"
issued Clerk Circuit Court. "urt. to the bill of
September 3 seem to be pretty smart in the So much to see so much to learn; : day of July A. t). 19SO and 'FaxCertificate Stark. Florida.) Auguit 2Ut., 1941 complaint fIled a.aln.t you In the
1941
[Begin Again To the Editor: line of keeping cool. Bridges to build bridges to burn. : day of. Aucuat oft9 IBS issued has filed the name 7th.. 1-S1 4t 9-12 above ford COunty entitled Tel.ap caunej: and I. "Brad-hereby ,

Seed to plant and mouths to feed. In my office and has made application designae as the newspaper In
toying,: "Life.Is. what The number of pupils in the These Lawtey-Ites seem to stick For he's the nation's favorite for a tax deed to be Innuedthereon. In Circuit! Court Ittadford County, Which this order shall .b. published
tii Bradford like glue. Said certificated embrace .. fO"C' week for four .
High School is rapidly Florida.-In Chancery Addle Hr, *"" eutlv.
It." Just as true aa this hope the following described property In ant. v*. !Mary Bryant. un Mon week

7ct! 'School Is what becoming a problem. The few remaining All these new students that Who'll dish out the goods and no th Florida* County of Bradford tate of I day October (th, 1941 the defendant. ot WIT'NKSS thIs my hand and the seal
hal: seats to-wit court *'
| are being filled Mary Bryant whose residence J11 rke. Florida
have enrolled this year Well soap. NE'., of NwCi A, all W% of NWS la No. 1141* Thirteenth All this lint., dav of August, A.l... IBAI.
and you can always very fast. In the 9D classroom R of River Section. 11 4 Street (OFFICIAL'
Township
it PEAL) A. J.
e here is for and not the Thoina.
hoping Fight democracy guata Georgia, I Is required to .
you get along ap l: lark
as South, Ran* SO Rant, contalnlna <>' the
alone there 12 i ; ; Circuit Court.
should learn are new students. to the bill filed .
llfbetter. We pear against her ,.
well as the rest of us have In the pope. IOO Acre, more. or lena. I Is embraced herein. This order b Sam AVI\loan.
Seven of them to published
that we can make' our Bradford County schools are from other past. Then would I change my place at under hot Certificate 1 of talk t No.Lincoln 21. City S... once! each week for four connecu-. Plaintiff Attorney.- |.J2 4t 9-1J

irthwhile later on and betd and five school ? Bt Twp. ( K R. 22 13.. 1. embraced live week In Bradford County
) va- are from other parts of Florida. Everyone has football fever under certificate No. 1(9. Telegraph. a newspaper punllnhed. I" T.UI ('Rr'aT C01'RT> ICJnIlTII
I to fill the position Nope.IANti8CIUI"T. In nald Bradford County starke .J1'ltH" ti ('a"t'ITr _
There The enment of the sail property OF' Fa.OK
34
now In charge ot are pupils in the whole now. Everyone out for practice, under the sid certificate! No. "Florida Augunt, 22nd, 1041 &In. a'\l AI) StIll )'UFOKU
y i those dasd. and ) : : OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas ('ot'!wrY.
do they like their I new \ ('O'EIt.1SlpE'r 21 pmieil was In the name of Mrn.
d I and government. ] M. ":. Clark t and the assessment. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford a" ('II.\IC'I/II"! /:
school Is a bur- The library has been placed In Coach ? I should say they do. 100 BRADFORD COUNTY of saul. property under. saul certificate County, Florida. 8-S9 41 9-19 Luther n. Foley I
y r of UB our room this No. 16* wa In the nAme of Piaiiutirf. ,
giving TELEGRAPH.
where we have to go. year, us no Patsy drinks : I l'nknnwn.. -vn. NO. 1377 '
[place excuse for not reading Pepsi-Cola and I IT"ii.a'; IX TIIH I-IH4-I IT .>l HT. KKillTII Mary. Helen. '
enough certificate shall ". Foley
It i instead as alof tries to "I IHI 'I\I. ',' ,
lick 'lIte.
ould regard the beat but still : : redeemed i I>) n.itn. Defendant.OH '
books. acconllnir to 'law, the ;
IRVI'lV roTHT. EICII't'sJ V
iv TIIK ( : 'n .
I'M
where we AM* Milt llItlt)5'OIti> l>toil
deacrlbed OK
stays hot. property therein will be aKnICt9
opportunity I IIK' 'I. Cult'S I I' OP KI.OII- .Ot Ml V. I
old. to Hie ItlKhent bidder. at Ih.rourthou. M) ISlE TO .4 l'l>IOlt ,,
to live better with our lit,. is A\I. run. u. C UFUi itOl IV CMXKIIV' : TilE
.. WTATK
m door on the tint Mon. OF FLOKIDA: ,
en. Of course we get only 9-P News Notes Dot Green tll! going around VTY.IN r.. ...'(.t:1I: \ tiny In the month of October 3 141, Everett flalntirev R. ,Llndney T. Mary Helen Foley whose r."..1_ ., .

Indamentals in high school; singing "Can't Get Louisiana Off LulIP"vl.! Tlndal. which 1941. 1* the (th day of October *. No. 13.91'iuncln poke ulenu.o Ir.lnl.I I., UU )talon\ Avenues. Roa-

j of our education by any Section 9P of the Freshman My Mind." ."..-riaintirr. No. lilt Hated. this 3rd day of September. : Itefetidant.lllltrll Llndney, It la .hereby ordered. that you are. ,' ;I
Class elected class officers follows ... 141. required to appear on the *tn day ,
higherfor as Annel TUdale, .'
but there are : "1'\ IC'''' of
October
Cleo Norman is another quiet Defendant.OHDRU OFFICIATE SEAL) A. J. Thoman A. D. 1941 before the
to at. ; Clerk Circuit MMU H 'J'" A I'l'rMlt above entitled j
wish of
those who little blonde OF SKHVICKNOTICI3 Court of Bradford court to the bill ofomilali.t
s from TIlE ,
Lawtey. STATW OF FlAJUlUA: .- filed I
Florida.
County, u-5 4t 9-2 against
Itiem. Whether" we go any President-Lora Crews. TO APPEAIl* To Francln Llndney. whose realdene above entitled. causal) and you "In Ilrad the. '
Tit FJ STATK OK FlAtlllliA In "
t with a formal education, Vlce-presldent-Bobby Bigg Buddy and Douglas seem to bea To An.*l I... TlnUale whose. re'I.d.fl.s >OTI4' OF 4I'I>I.IC'TIOV It *In hereby"rnknown.. ordered that you are dsuuigtiateul ford. County t an Telegraph-the I. hereby. 'j

I school Is necessary and a Secretary-Kathryn King. very noisy twosome in study !tN unknown.It FOR T\\ Ute.u: : required to appear on the (th day which thin order shall newspaper be In 7i.
It In hereby ord.red l that you are 4 ..eH.le Kill >... ..IU: if October A, II. 1941 .before' the publlaheilwlIiTk
e asset, it I s generally Treasurer-Bryan Harrell hall these days. A little too soon ". to apprar on the 6th ilsU NOT1CK Iii! IIIC1IKIIY lIVEN above entitled (court to the bill of ..*. week f..r four oon..<""lvWITNESS 11

News to start that boys. of October A. D. I94t before the That. T. F. laaklna huliler of TaxCertificate complaint' filed, against you In the '
Reporter-Lyle hand
Anderson and the
my: neal.
.uhnve entitled court, to the tilll ot ,,,,
No. lii). United. the 7th. 'v. entitled caunei and. "Brad rut this ,
B >url "' *" rkf>, KlnVMa : ; 1L
I 'a Jr. filed In the ,
begin again this month Enos complaint aKRliiHt yon day of AiiKtiat A. t). 1939 han filedHiinie ford County Telegraph" In h..r..hvct..n"t. (hi... 31st.. "ay ut August A. 11. II" .
Hayes cant be anti 'Ilrail- .
so studious Above entltlml ratine: .. ,
In an the In
of ourselves my office and has made new-paper ((t5l.'iC1AI.
the building This is M.1ALI) A. J. Thoma.
i group to wel. IH h.r"hY"ht l
very happy ford Telegraph".
County
these while it's for deed which Ihln order shall b* iiuiisheddlii's : ''
days so hot. application' a tax to be In- i ( 1'1,11' of ClII.I Circuit courtPlaintiff .
Lhool and our land. Let's come the' <| )irnntert as the newnpnner In : ( week for four '
following students to I .: Blind Iheroon. Said certificate' embrace a consecutiveweeks. "lIn' n. \'V1I".n
thin nrder hall be piiblliihedonie
Itugether. overcoming exlst1 Bradford High for 1041-1942: Dorothy Well Its so hot, that I can a week for four rminecuttve the In the following County deacrlbedproperty WITNESS. my hand and the nealof Attorney 8-H 4t (.11IV

1 conditions and make this w..k. :. ltt; uruunrd'i this at Slarke., -
Arnold Springfield Mass.; hardly imagine George Flynn be. Stale of Florida I : court h'li.rl.l.i k
WITNK8S my hAnd and the Healof thin ,...t., of A D. Tau CIHI-I IT fl tIlt?, NK.IITK:
In Wood- day August, 1941.OHFfAL
of which North half of Lot 23
( school one we as Jimmie Davis. Columbus Ca.; Oda ing BO let down about Keystone. thin court at Kmrk, Florid, lawn ") ..c. 18 Twp. 5 a II. 22 13.. < HKAL A. J, Thomas JIIIKIM. t M|<'I IT or .....ola. ,

i the county and state. can Mae Johnson Keystone Heights She'll be back. thin 3rd day of 'September. .,. 1). containing 5 Acre, more or le... Clerk of the Circuit, ('(lurt. .n\1' ,tll .oa alll"'OIIlI I
'
11141rOKbiriAT 'Ol' \\I'rY. .
tly proud. Florida; Kathryn King. Tifton BEAt> ,} A. J. Thomas The amendment of I lbs nalil property John MO Clark H. ('owl.Building.Jacksonville. Plaintiff Attorney IV (''' '"('KII Y ,
under the aald certificate In
These new teachers are swell.aren.t Clerk of the Circuit' Court.John Mary. Ellen Ftveanli. .
Ga.; Hazel Button Andalusia. ): 1..1; wan In the name of Unknown. Florida.. 1-22 4t ..12 ,
.1. Henderson'
Grade News Ala.; and Boy Holland, Flowery they? Gee. No matter'howhot Attorney. M4i.PIaIntItfa | toG 4t 9-26 I 1'nlenn. said certificate shall Li.redeemed ....Plaintiff No. 1)74 t
Ca. it is, they still go around according to law t hproperty e :'IIo'rlt'.J OF tS'l'l.i41'lO" Troy I). .Flveanh
Branch dencrlhed therein will b*
FOIL TV IH-IHII: : Defendant.OHI .
smiling. In Circuit Court nntdford. nold to the bidder at thecorthonse .
hlMThent .
i li the first time many of'e 4 .al. Hill N e. .Cl3| >KH OF 5t14Vl'l41'ttI'l'iI'Il
Lyle Anderson Reporter. .
) InaneSamuel
County, 'lorldaln Chancery. door on the first Monday NOTICK: IS IIKMKny: OWEN:
been In school.. We are Joe In, I'lulnllff v... LventjvI'olak In the month of TO t 'P.I'I1
J
J. E. Is October 1D4I That 1':. ( 1'rlent holder of TsCertificate TIlE STATW OF FLoitlDA
sticking to Starke :
|>ppy boys and girls. We are more Joel. Defendant.of October On Monday which I I. the 6th day of October, r No. 14, Innued. the 2nd.. ; To Troy D Flvwanh. whon. rentdene 1
the 5th. 1X41.
.
Junior Class NewsThe than usual. day 1941. ,day of September A. II. 1935 has I I. clo W. O. .
W. hospital San
,
to have a very pleasant the defendant t.eentJa Polak Joe In.whnne Hated this Slat., day of Auvuit filed Pamit. my office and hanm Antonio, Ta

[ We have so many things Sonny Haynes cottage at SantaFe residence 14 unknown.. IM required 1941 * bill for
new pupils in Miss Sparkman's to appear to th OFFICIAL. MEAL) A. J. Thomaa be lanued thereon. "Said, certificateerIltraN '
but at the end of thee Lake nivorce filed attaint her herein. of Bradford tn appear on the *th day
|rn, room are: seemed to be the hang Clerk of Circuit Court t Ihe following dencrlbedSroperlv of Itclober A, D. 141 before the
order be
hope that our parents out for the local crowd this sum Thin week for' four to consecutive publlNhed. week nnre inflracitcrtl M : County Florida.22 4t 8-12 : In the; County of Bradford aliovn entitled court, to the bill of
Justus Arnold from Technical ,, Florida, towlt.Fracl. complaint filed acalnat you In the
of County Telegraph a news.paper
proud us. High. Springfield Mass. mer. In said. JlradfordeOllnl" In Circuit Court Bradford Count Illk. I In. New River. /Pee' above entitled caune) and "Ilrad\
Ruby Lilley .publlHhed "I..rlol.-In ('ha neery. William J. U." Twp ( R II. 20 .]., I ford County Telegraph" I I. hereby ,d. f
Madge Middle ton Frances and Betty Carter from Freeman, is still collecting sou- (OFFiClAI* SEAL) A. J. Thomas : Thoroa-ooiV rUlntlff. v*. Carrie J... The .annennment of I Ihe ...ht. property denlitnated an the newspaper In I
I Thoroo-ood Defendant.. On Monday under th* sal,) certificate ,Inntied which thin order shall b* piibllnhed
Clerk ('Ir"nlt'ourt. Ii
venires
for his
I'm
Leola Roberts Cocoa, Fla. Chev.- missinga Ktarke Florida Hept. S 1A4I. : the 61 h., div of October 1941' the i wan In the name nf J. K. Adklnn once n week for four connecutiv.
couple of etc. : defendant Carrie Lee Tharnarnod. la r rr week <'
pens 9-5
4t 9-28
The Junior class held its first I Iof
r required to appear" to the. Illll filedaoralnnt I'nlenn said certificate. shall h*. WITNESS' my hand and the seal
th Grade News class meeting Monday morning to about her herein. Thin order to redeemed according tn law t heprnp..rty I his coutt, at Starke, Florida.. I
elect Surely are crazy our new >oTirn OF' "i'ri.ir \TIOV lie publlohed once a week for four dearrlbed, therein will'1 be this tint. day of August, AI'>, 1.4I. 0
class :
officers. They are as teachers this year. Three cheers .'1111 TA \ IIKKIIHenate > consecutive week I n Bradford l mild to the highest bidder al the (OFFICIAL "H10AI.' ) A. J. Thomas

I have 33 pupils in our room. follows: for coach. He is Illll %,,. Kllll: County Telegraph a newofinperpubllnhed poiirthonn, door on the first Mon* Clerk of the Circuit Court
our new out
NOT'"'11 I IS HKHKHY U1VKN.' duv In the of
month Frank' Cannon
In *H |hI| Bradford County., October 1941 T.
Vplls that came from others President-Richard Jackson. making an all star team out of ThatV.. 8. )8lhley, holder of Ton fOFFlCIAI. N9AI.) A. J. Thomas which tn the dill day of October, rtalntlffa. Attorney 1.12 4t "-1I ,

are: Vice-president Andrews. Bradford Certificates Numbered respectively, Clerk Circuit Court 1941. -
High. lea: 184 lie and 1(13( l h.ui-d the Tth., 1'itaI this tint
Stark, Florida, August, Ii st. II4I.! dny of August, T
ly Ray Alvarez Mayo. Secretary-Gloria Buford.. dny of September. 'A. II. 1058\ : baa S-22 U 9-12 1041. In circuit (CoiM-t 111'."ford County, ,ih *.
l.-les Treasurer-Carolyn Green. Herbert and Lora seen quite filed same In my office and banmitda (OFFICIAL fll AI.) A. J Thorns Jl'lorld.-11I, Chancery, May Suhneld .
Cooley Penney Farms. J application for tax dtjvd tot Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford ...r vn. Frederick Schneider On
f nee Dobbs St. Augustine.rt As yet no definite plans have frequently in the laundry truck. >* Ixnued. thermn. In circuit ('oiirt. Bradford County County, Florldn, 1-22: 4t 9-13 Monday., the nth day of October ,
Florldii In Chancery. Marvaret. ,
FrederickSchnHldor
th
Hald certificated reiM"r<-f Ively embiHC'w IK4I defendant
rt Kite New York City. been made concerning the activities Buck McMillan trying to look r the following deBcilbed, proportion Maria Won! Ilnlntlf, vn .loneph. r whnn residence, I I. I 111
good 1 McAUam Thomasvllle for the coming year, but In the County of Bradford, 1'"lr"'kVArd." defendant., On M..n_ In Circuit ('milt. Bradford County, Lane Avenue, Merrlck Long In- t
like a Zlegfleld girl with those State of Florida towlfNv : r dnv. th* Alb day of October, 1941.i Pint' Ida -In Chancery. C. *1. Julian lund NsW York In required' to nppear -
events will develop fast we are blond-red curia. of N\V>4 i>f HW'.j H"c' 2 Twp. the defendant Joseph PatrickWard. IMnlnlirr ".. Marl Julian, Dofendant. to the bill, filed. nicalnnt him
sure. 8 H. H. 22 K., containing, 20 acre*. : who. residence. ,la unknown, On Monday. the 8th., day of herein. Thin order to ba publlnhed j I
jrles Puckett Panama City. more or I<*.NN, I IK, embraced tinder. tn required, to appear tn the hili October. 1K4I.I I lie dcfnnilMnt, Marl one* a, week for four corinmMillv* I
fard Sheely. North Carolina. Velma Norman and Shirley Certificate. No. 163, filed. acnlnut him herein. Thinorder Julian whon renldenne. In Unknown wnekn In Ilradford County Telairrniih I
s i Waters Tornadoes Morgan still sticking together. I Kl: Iv of'K"i i of KB14 ttc,,. J Twp. to bn published. once a week I IC required to appear' to the bill for a newnpaper" piibllnhed In t I
Lake Butler. Begin 8 R ft. 22 K.. containing 20 acres, for four, ponnei-iitlre weeka In Bradford 1'lvorce filed agnlnnt bar herein said llradford IViunlv., Stark. FlorIda .
I teacher is reading "Told by more or le..% l I. embraced under County Telearrnph. a newnpaperptibllnheil Thl order to be published once a Allo-unt, 22.,1. 1941. I
Remus" Intensive TrainingFor Seems as Jerry's weakness Is CertIficate No. 164 In nald Bradford' CountyStarke weak for four conneuuilve week In OFFICIAL' J SMAI. A, J Thomas
( to us.Grade blondes. Well at any rate one will of Nl'1 of .V'j2 of NW',iSec. Florida: August 2let I 1941OFFICIAL l. 111. Bradford County Telegraph a Clerk Circuit Court llradfonlCounty
New SeasonThe II Twp 8 H. U. 13.. contalnlnir ( HMAL) A .1. ThnnesClerk t n WHinper publlHhed I In nald. Brad Florldn.< S-J9 4t 9-It "
certain one. 6 acreM more' or lena, IM i Circuit 'ourt.. 8-2241 9-12 ford County.OFFICIAL, t .adilrenna I V
Newstwo embraced tinder Certificate No. l fl.HW'4 ( .SHAD) A. .1. Thomas 1
football season has started strut of !HWI.4' of MW'4 Heo. II .
Those seen Friday night U'J'If'-H OFKOIt ". ..I.U.\TaO" fierK' 'ircuit court.Sturke I

[ sixth grades have anent with a bang! The results besides ting were Sara & Enoa Jack & Twp.! i more a It.. or 22 IHMII K., containing In embracedunder 10acrea 1'4.\ ItKKIIKeniMe "Florida August 1.2U f II, 41

the for the .'... te9. ( Illll %... l< :lNOTICK >
grand training were and Dan Certificate
& Joe
of 79. We'have Mac, Dot Jerry JUI.I
IS
new HKKICIIY fllVRN.
f the ald : : :
The axHeaxment << property f'lIte'I--;;
[ from Maine, Tennessee, first afternoons, as follows: Me- George & Edwina. Hilda" Richard under ,aIl certificate No. 163 That A U. Surrency holder of Tax( iv TIIH: tot nr. .: Boating :

and Rae was slightly injured with a Elise & Frank, Patsy A Ver. wan In the name of U. V. Wackerman Certificate. No. 10, issued. the Tlh JIIIMMI. iinnir (jic ri.on.HH. .
Mississippi besides : The aimeannient of the said day of Aucunt A. I). 141. ham filed IV AMI) Vole liilI)5llitfl I
Dee who have moved here cut in his hand and Crews the non-well that's Just an Idea of property under ftald.certificate No. same In my office and nan mad I Ul !vrr.IV

|other towns In tall one. with a split between two how many were celebrating the 1.4 wan" In the n..me''if J. U Harden > Application for a tax deed to ". CIMNtKHV:
Florida. A HOOK: The aNHeaament of the limited thereon. Said I certificate Mary Perry: Bathing
T rooms are bulging with fingers. ,this causing a five day first week of school. said property under Raid Certificate: embraces the following described' 1'lalritlff.VB. .

and we lay off.. AU the boys step aroundas No 1(6 was In the name of J. J haven't all of our their feet. Well It's hot so we'll be seeing Roller; and I the aimeimment' ..I the Slat. of Florida, to-wltl John J. Perry
I yet, but we expect to get if they had boils on aid property under saIl certificate. !SE! ". of NK't' "e('lIon .1.1: Town. Defendant.fiHDEit .
I to work but it's worth It. Isn't it boys? you next week. Until then-Good No. 1(9 waa In the name or J. I.. ship. I South llana-e SO Kuif: containing OF SERvICE' ': Bowling
right away and remark the Bye Harden *. sons '- 40 acre! more or ,Inn*. NOTICK '('0 A ""'!oJA It t
I to accomplish much this I even heard Denmark Now.Scratch ITnleaa Bald certIfIcates shall lie The annennment of the said prop. I TUB STATW OF FLORIDA':

other' day, "you know I gotta redeemed according tn law. theproperty arty under, the said certificate I I.. I To John J. Perry, whose addreniand .
it Scratched described therein will beaold nued wan In the name of ElUa) I or ,,.'''.n.'. I I.* 27 Haybrok Billiards
and set down
LUcite Kennedy. pick up one leg to the hlnhr.t. bidder at the Wllnnn Eat.Unlenn i Place, Newark, N. J.
Eunice then pick up the other, etc." Scratching. cnurthouxa, door on the tint Monday ail certificate shall. he hereby, ordered that you are
SearIng all Denmark we In the month of October 1941, redeemed according to law the 11'1'.1. tn appear on the Sib day.
Teachers. That's right which la the (th day of October property dencrlbed therein will be ". A. D. 141 before Ihe

understand.The Society Notes A. D. 1941. nold to the highest hlddnr at I Ih* I above entitled court, to I h* bill of Bar-B-Q j
I>ated thin Ird day of September .
courthouse dour on lbs tint M"n complaint filed against you In the
lh Grade new coach seems to know A. D. 1941. day. In the month nf October. 1141. abnv. entitled cause.; and 'f4rs.t.
News his business but contrary to the Miss Hilda Haskins went to (OFKICIA: ... .::11Iourt.n J.ltrsdroriCounty Th',ma, which' I I" the 6th day of Otto""r. ford County Telegraph" I I" hereby

welcome three new stu- boys' opinion started with tough Jacksonville Saturday on a pleasure Clerk of, Florida.( 9-8 4t -2S i I 141.Paled thl* 27th day of Aucunt I I denlgnated which this order a* the shall newnpaper be (iiibllnhedonce In Chicken Dinners \

fo 10. They scrlmage. Many a one wished bedldn' trip. 194l. a week for 4 consecutive
are: Roy Ray In In Circuit Court. Hradford County, i f OFFICIAL NEAL) A..1. Thomas weeks
of bed the Sunday
J Baldwin James Platt from have to get out Doris Hodges spent Florida-In Chancery. Margaret Q. Clerk of circuit Court of FlrailfortlCounty. WITNESS' my hand and Ih* nealnf .

at City and next morning.By Lake Butler. Appemon va. John N. Appernon On Florid 1.21 4t t.1f Ihln. court at "'.rlu'. Florida, this Dinners t
Billy Miles of October 2 \lh dav Shrimp
Vienna Monday the 61 h day of Augunt., A. D. M4I.
CI!. the time you read this the Dorothy Faxon's twin cousins 1B4I. the defendant. John N. Appemon 'OFFICIAL<:"r.J A. .1. Thomas.
Pictures Green Cove game will be nearing. from Mobile, Ala., are visitingher. whose. residence. In Ft I"I TIIK <'lilt'I IT rot MT IIHtlt.KOIIIt Clerk of the Circuit (Court
have been Put "PF Oeorce O. Meade. Maryland. In required (01 MTV KI.OIIIIIA. Carlton ('. Arnnw
a Hope to paint some. of the- With high hopes a good team to appear to the bill filed In The Matter }f t ..ll* Hupp Muntly, PJalntlff Attorney 129 41 '.U Cold Drinks
herein.. Thisorder Application for' I.lc.tin u. 9're.Trader. .
UI'e 1 school behind It. herein aralnut him
In Bag.
our room. and a grand Joe English and Donald to b.. published, for four connecutlve -

-Mrs. the first game should be a pushover well were In Brooker Sunday. ", ,,..k."ln Hradford County ItKCnKK In circuit' Court, Bradford County,
Cq Demorest. and a newspaper published r Thin cause' duly c.imln*; on for' .t"rlda-'n' Chancry Vivian ('.
otrliera for :IL'are: \ Frank and Marion Crews T."Ph..Bradford C'ounfv. Htarke final hnarln-r upon the report .,f "Falrcloth Plaintiff' ... J. J. Fair- Trailer Park

er fathew..prfdeflt. Tve heard of people returningto Ralph Nettles went to Magnesia Florida. September 4. 1)41.OKKICIAb the Special, Master and. upon his cloth, Defendant.' On Monday., the
'e ( HEAD A. J. Thomas finding that the prayer of petitioner th. day of October. tilt!I. the II.fendant .
Weldon-.Vlce-pre ldent. the scene of. a crime they have Springs recently. Clerk Circuit Cpu rt. Bradford should h. (1'.nft..l. uponronalfferatlnn. J. J. Falrclolh' whose reel

ea Powell-secretary. committed and it's all the same Miss Edwina Wiggins who attended County, Florida. -6 4t 9-J6 I It In ordered, Ad. deric In! I'nknown I I. required to
'DH jiidced' and Decreed hy' the Court appear to the bill for Divorce filed CottagesGood f
G ardE'nbrOOkTreasurer.i In football. Returners. Carlton school here last year, was that said Special Manter'a report I against him herein.' Thin order to
DYal Wallen farewell :IIOTU'F'j 'rrl.'TIO" and finding t.n and are herebyconfirmed b .
la a new student Chastaln Sappo Ingram entertained at a supper published once a.week for four
FOR TIIKKM: anil that Leila .
Snpp .
derbiJt and I. In Mrs. Sapp and L. H. Harper and an at the home of George Flynn Friday 4ennte Hill *.. ...3* Mundr In authorised 10 take rharo-e cnnnecutlv County Telegraph week In a the newnpaperpubllnhed Ilradford

seventh oldster-George Manasna. Musn't night. Edwina left for NOTICE 13 HEIIBBT: (UIVEN of and manaae. her own ental* and In said Bradford' County.OFFICIAL Fishing I.
grade home .
That U A. DaVis, holder of Tax property and to became a free I (
miss last years center, Godwin.He' Brenan Academy a t Gainesville, (Certificate Numbered respectively dealer fn every renpect to contract Clerk. Circuit HKALl Court. A..I. Thomas
No. 46* and No. 470 and No. 47* and ..
school in Georgia. < contracted with, to cue and Stark
finishing 24. 1941.
Ga. Issued 7th.. day of July A. I JO; be nund and Florida. August
to bind herself In allrenpert
'l
tit Grade News Better. sign off before I say No. 246 and No.: 211 funded :. 4th. an fully an If unmarried, t-2 4t 9-19 Beer On Tap ff

something I ought not to. Those PokesI day of July, A. I>. 127, han rll.' after publishing a copy of ibis decree
IA Jokes and earn In my office and nan mad application once each week for four ron In Circuit (Court Bradford County.,
grade J ls happy to have fellows of football are mighty for tax deed' to be leeued neruttv week In Rradfnrd County FI"rldrn Chancery. Jewel Peacock

Wing new tough. went to Jacksonville the other thereon. Telearaph a duly qualified newn. Plaintiff ... B M Peacock,
atudents respectIvely embrace -
: Said certificate paper piiMlnhed In the County of fiefendnnt. On Mnnday the (th.,
AfcM11lal1 from Dade day and while walking down the the followingdencrlried proper her renldenc day of October 141. the defendant
lllar City and !len' In the County of Bradford, Don. and Ordered In Chamber I
SchOOl. boy B. M Peacock. I I. required to
heard a Japanese
Mannerly street I Slat of -wlt! appear Meet Your
at (
!r1J:1'al.I this 7th day to the bill filed agalnnt himh"r.'II.
each 1 Trubya ; : lIJiti4r.lorlda.
discussing Ilvfna-nton
Lot 1 ,
Turner an American boy of Au t
This order be
tn
from St. Augus. ManifestationsOne other's countries' defense p r o. of, (NKV'0'. Addition Wee. 2* tn Twp.Siark( H.In R.W.22. A TRl'K H. COPT h B-t.rln: Circuit Ju
Angelo The Japanese boy said K.. I. embraced under Certificate A. J. Thomas, week In Bradford County Tel-
laC' gram.
and Bernard of the essentials of good ::9 .
.
the Cleric Circuit Court BradfordCntinfv.
f from John Corrie Junior the table is to be that they had ships so large "Block* ( 7. I. f. <2,, lot"). IAvinketon Florida, Beach .
manners at have a car to go Trtahy A ('n. I lo Kingsley
ICksonV1l1e. colonel captain had to : o'T. OFFIPIAL.. 8KAL.: ) 1-15 It ,.Ulf
agreeable. The southern If Htarke In WU of NE>4 ee- 2* .
t when he said around deck In order to see < R R. 23 1'':.. la, embraced PHILLIPS ELECTRIC:
lMahon from Webster gave good advice everything was going okay."That's certificate No. 470 'I ."nd.1 TIIH rO..TV JlIiE'. (01ST. ,
; School Auburn "Salt yo' food. sun. with humor. Block 20. 21, 21 m I..IeJ. IV 41 F'O" flflAlYOflfP ,LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT
Maine. said the American "Eft VIC.; :
/TI nothing. .
i Ina-nton Truby A CVn f OlTY. .. .RaJJ 5. 'I .
Canady from Keystone Season it with wit. and sprinkleit boy. "Our ships are so large. )Mark In W" *f 'NEVl' II..... 2Two. .. l\f UKBHTATK OF AtTOTBT F. I

all over with the charm of good have submarines I M. n. 22: K.. I* embraced MATZAT, !
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aces Taylor It the cooks have under certificate No. 47I. peceanedNOTICE Electrical Contracting'
from Hampton. fellowship but never poison to go down In the soup Blk 2*. e tInt l4xP..k" Addition' OF INTKNTIOV: TO MAttE PARK

Sapp and Donald AlOt with the cares of yo' life. It is are done." tn Stark. In "NW 4 of NW% N of APPIJCATIOV FOR FINAl. nUl. and
fro besides to see If the 'potatoes >th tft.. Hec. 2* Twp.. S H. H. 22 K.. ritA ROE I Repairing
V5J2derbilt. an Insult to yo' digestion. In embraced under certificate No. TO All, WHOM IT MAY ('tsrF.RN'Noll. ,
suli a mark of bad breed 14. .... In hereby. given that I
Report beln. all means that each Coach: What's your name, Lits 2. 2. tilllS. I. 7. 5, 9. 10. have filed mv final report' a* Administrator i LIGHT. POWER On Road 48 Near ,it t
InC.bfch ? 12. I*. 14 of 24-Peek. Addition of the Kntat of AturuM I .
of us should discuss other things young man to Mtark In NWK of NW'i N F. Mal.at peeeaned: that I have Camp Blanding
:e IalDe table and try Buddy: Horace Gibbs Davis. Jr. of th.) tiL. See. 21 Twp. I M. n. 22 filed my petition for final dl.. I
new students In than food at the Phone Lawtey Fla.
tbls Coach Put him on the first R. I* embraced under certificateTk ..h.'.*. and that f will apnlv to
e Year. They are: to make the others happy and the : No. 251. the lionorabl K K Ferryman,
Bel I FenneD. team. boys! I .****.m.Dt of tb. said prop County Judge of Bradford County I -
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t G PACK Form >BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SL:pT10)ggs u ,
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"V"ery, "V"ery smot Mrs.August Matzat I because his clerks
Deeds FiledJ. art ,

II' J SOCIETY and CLUBS I to serve the people the""
Chef Henry: Funeral 'services'' were held in not and lbtJ
t F. Smith and Catherine Bar Culinary Scoop: coming !w. With|
Enaley, Ala., Monday afternoon tbe 1
''ll .S Rowell fryin' a coupla' gashouseeggs practically! half f *
bara Smith, his wife, of Minnesota Hilda Carleton for Mrs. August F. Matzat, A former gone
r for and percent of bl
Hy the
R. A. F. Trainees licensee
State President Mrs Stern Miss Mitchell sold
to W H. Edwards, Jr., Au- Remember the scene in resident of Starke, who died Is going to be a
PP t la Guest Speaker Are Hostesses Cordially EntertainedAt Montague and "Moon Over Miami" where the after an Illness of three weeks. the end of the terrible Nut
S gust 18; Ruby.: A.
month
Pi 14lh11. At Woman's Club Meet To Ladies' Auxiliary Duffet SupperA of playboy rustles up a batch for a.. Mrs. Matzat is survived by two of the people are and II
her husband, Jesse Montague, but Mrs Arthur Bishop goIng to
midnight snack? Simple, daughters up the first of
Mrs. Thur ton RObert, State Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss group of young Englishmen Citrus .Co., to Cora A, Brooks, delicious .. Melt butter in skillet -, of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. ,J. D. license. They October nth au

+ "+ Prealdent of the Florida Federation Lucile Mitchell were Joint hostesses training for the Royal Air Force Aug. 22; Clara Mae Knight and Pinch dollar-sized hole in I Mays of St. Augustine Fla.: and before that date.must bot PI'OttJ'

t"" h i ':; +!" of Women' Clubs, waa guest to the Ladles' Auxiliary of were guests Saturday evening of knight to Cal- middle of a slice of bread four eons, Herman'L. Matzat, Cin-
r. 7 speaker Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, on Tuesday the Army Y. M. C. A. and tbe her husband C. A. Place bread in slzzlln' butter cinnati, Ohio; Raymond Matzat To
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t( mod. r the first meeting of the fall season evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. people of Starke, who got a decided lie D. Gay, Augusts 20;, Hester L. I Break egg carefully on top of Jacksonville! ; Harry E.- and Fred \ reJieve"'OLD,

'' at tbe club bouse. Mm, Roberts Stern's living room was tastefully thrill )In entertaining these Thomas and her husband, Mallory :bread ep that; yellow alts neatlyIn Matzat of Ensley, Ala.;

:C in a most Interesting man- decorated with asters of assorted fine young men from across the Thomas to William S. Parker, hole When done on bot- Uquld
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ner, gave the highlights. of the colors. tom, turn deftly and cook yolk to License Sale' Lags
Golden Jubllle Celebration telling Mrs. Jeanette C.. Young con- sea.Mrs.. R. A. Green opened her August 21; PA, Brinson and desired degree of hardness 666 :

1 a something of the work, of the ducted .a devotional service, and hospitable home for a buffet sup- Marcus F. Bn.wnand wife, Florence Mmmmm .. According to County'Judge E. N ,

Women' Club of America Inn the younger people had charge of per and the guests of honor were B. Brown, to Clarence Can- K., Perryman, only 400 drivers' li- Try oonub-My-Thaq"CoIIIth. Drop.
; f the past 00 years:' The Golden the Miss, I Marjorie seven young' Englishmen:> Thomas Hear Pit i n e r Vandlvlere is"Stuart" censes all kind have been soldto : I \\'
Jubilee wee held In Atlantic City, program. Yorkshire Ronald Phil- non, August 30fC.; B. Cannon and 1.Iaaaien,
of
+ .. Mathews reviewed an article con- Stott now Seems his class- date, a* against' a total of 9-
last May. of London Donald Neuman wife, Laura Cannon. to W. H. .Ed!::
cerning the church In Japan; and lips mates confused the sound of Fit 000 for the whole''' of last year.
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presided over by the prest'dent.M1Ia abject of church work In Korea. of Salisbury, Ted Cleveland of wife, Ada Moore, to E. ',,M. young Mr. Vandlvlere to such a THE PACE
ilf r'' Evelyn Stump, and Mrs. E1'a Tbe Rev. Charles H. Allen, pastor London, Eric Smith of London, degree sum pin'1 had to be done IN THE QUALITY
Davis acted and Robert Seaton of London; Blount and his wife, Pearl Blount, THE CITIZENS OF STARKE pAab
M. bit
lery as secretary: gave an Instructive talk concerning -, Can't say I blame him a I !
pro tern. mission across the sea. also twenty-five soldiers from Sept. 2; Neta Dyal and T. D. Dyal' Seems Louise Snyder Is be-I I am'deeply grateful for the

,.+ ( % A delightful musical program Mr. Ellery M. Davis, Auxiliary I Camp Blanding. her husband to L. L. Dyal, Sept. comin' quite a career woman with : splendid me In vote the of Tuesday confidence election.you
d0 ,, was given by Walter V. Walsh of president, presided over a short Acting as co-hostesses with Mrs. a food job now on the, Los : gave
3 Andrew Sullivan, a widower, Now that the issue has been decided -
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a Legion Center. Mr. business session, and it was an-, Green were: Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.I Angles Times' : Hear she
nr '' Walsh played his own Interpretation nounced that the October meeting Mrs. Paul McLendon Mrs. W. G. to Susie Hardee, Sept.!' 4; Susie might drive home Xmas In a It is my wish that we all' *',r'tA

', ."el of Suwannee River and God would be held at the home of I Stringfellow, Mrs. W N. North, Hardee, 'widow' to Henry H. swanky new gasolinepropelledbuggy work together for the common 04p
a 9 n Glees! America; he also( acted as Mrs. H. V. Knight. Refreshmentsof Mrs. C. A. Thornton Mrs. CarlA. ( 'Garner jua' purchased '. cause and build a bigger and bet- Y
u Hardy, Sept. ;, Fannie ter Starke. Please be assured of
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e accompanist for a song which he Ice cream sodas and cookies Knight, and Mrs. L. H. Jen- /
had composed and ,dedicated to were served. nings. The buffet supper1' was widow, to Amma Pearl Hall), Sept. 'Not her Blanding farwell party my cooperation at all times and

Camp Blanding and" to Congressman served on the terrace from a large B; W. H. Edwards, .Jr., and EulaM. Wednesday night This time I know that I am willing and c
:' r Green. A little girl sweetly WSCS To Meet table covered with a handsomelace for Major Rundell, construction I eager to serve you to the very .
wife Eutha
,k Edwards his, to best of ability. To the
# re ,sang this stirring number. cloth: and decorated with quartermaster, who leaves soon my many
ur'n of Christian and other fall flow Padgett and Vernle Padgett her :of my friends who worked so hardIn
Refreshments 0 f home-made The Woman's Society choice 'roses for Panama Canal Zone C. Q.
: cake 'and a 'delicious drink of Service of the Methodist ers. The guests sat at smal) husband, Sept. 5.' M. Corps 'as hosts t StarkeitesGeorge my< behalf I a m especially '
fruit juices were served by the church will meet Monday afternoon tables on the lawn and enjoyed a and Carol Inman, Noon I grateful and to those who did not affphoipftoredoubleacting

following hostesses! : Mrs. Ralph at 3:30: o'clock at the church tempting supper. CARD OF THANKS and Grace Wainwright among support me I bear no ill feeling TRtr. Send for NEW
booed
tl' .Alvarez Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs for a program and business Young ladles invited to meet those present Anonymous I whatever. i taming dozens of bright Idmton t
We wish thank all who showed
to -
J 'f, r n O. L. Haynes, Mrs. L. 8, Hutto, meeting. the honor guests were: Misses note penciled on paper napkin: Sincerely yours' 'I rove your baking. Addrnt;Kmtv.
,. any kindnesses during the recent N. D. Wainwright Jr. Baking Powder Box V,Rumlort.ll|
Mr Vonda Inman Mrs. M. B.
Margaret Strlngfellow, Essie Coleman "Dear Carolyn What strange
Illness and death of our be- _., ,
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m Heilong, and Mrs. L. H. Hill. Thornton Is possessed by salesman ----
super
The Misses Sarah Hope Haynesand Barbara Betty loved son and brother, Woodrow power .
Georgia Haynes returned Green, Mildred Darton, Mary Alvarez. .For every flower and I George Hill? Spotted him at Y. 0. BROWN
"; Birth Announcement vacation Townsend, Evelyn Stump, Ann the Blue Diamond early this
Sunday from a ten-day every kind word or deed, we feel PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
wA; r 1 D. C. North Coleman Frances Peek, Marlon mornln' 'with four little de-icers,
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trip to Washington, grateful and again thank every- 1208 Graham Building:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Masters
South Carolina. Dowllny. Helen Dowling, Gayle and not one of them would .have
Carolina and one who showed a kindness Jn
announce the birth of a daughter, While away they also visited the Sewell Beverly Cady, and Virginia that sad hour, anything to do with anyone but JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
; Dorothy Elizabeth, in the Alachua Va. Sewell. George. I want to know how he Phone 5-6367
Luray Caverns at Luray,
1. a1 t un County Hospital at Gainesville, : -The family.In' does it? Signed) One of the
?j p 4 iiett. i Sept. 6. Mrs. Masters wasx formerly At 8:30: o'clock tbe party left -( ...... __- ...... -,-
y guys they wouldn't have anythingto
for the Armory where a formal honor of the.young Englishmen. -
t .' Miss Julia Winkler. Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and lion, do with."
I dance was given by the Army Y .
Stuart, came from Augusta, Ga.,

:Mr, and Mrs. Dewitt C. Jones where they spent the summer .Your bent girl wouldn't tell you, t r

r 't and Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville with Dr. Vandiviere and spent but she probably wishes you'd

] Mrs. Philip F, Maguire and the week-end here with Mrs. Van- follow Jake Robert's example rHRI1I11J
daughter, Miss Sue Maguire, of Ivlere's mother Mrs. G. W. Al- Carolyn Callstreet
Washington, D. C., Mrs A. M. derman. They left for Tallahassee ; there he Bat, gettin' his weekly

b ;j Darby and Mrs. J. M, Darby will the first of the week, manicure An' by the by .
; go to Tampa tomorrow to attend where Mrs. Vandivlere will be What happened to your's, Nat If!

I the marriage of Miss MargaretNell employed as secretary to, the Lef '. let lef, right Iff tbe wee sma' hours the tire d, but Sternberg? All of which reminds -, Do Your
ter and Arthur Dean of the School of Music and Tradingwhere
ii Rodgers Darby wiser, Englishmen were taken to me, I mus' hurry around ,,
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Jones to the Dean of the Graduate I've stepped out with the R. homes of their hosts, where they an' get a complete landscapln' job
School 'Florida G pieces Rogers Silverware
College -
State artj
I lr at the A. FI: slept till noon .* Thence to G' 'fore the boys get back from
i, t s STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS for Women. Stuart bas enrolled vllle to. take part in a specialprogram Looslana We girls gotta do given away with every $40 i in trade|

1, -We e a., -BRADFORD as a pupil In the Demonstration What a thrill folks, to pal over station WRUF our best to make 'em forget those or certificates.Are ..
:r t COUNTY TELEGRAPH. School of the college. around with Air Force Redeemed
Royal over Please note; American men: the Belles of New Orleans when they

0.- I _._ _"_ .. .. ". ._ _, J_ the week-end an' find out that R. A. F. boys were _particularlyImpressed get back home Says your In Cash .u SMITH'S GARAGE
the Englishmen-hot tea partner- with.the efficient way (jealous) You Choose

ship Isn't just another, myth In which American gals handled Carolyn.. STARKE, FLORIDA
k TO THE VOTERS OF STARKEMANY They really drink the stuff! autos -. They think Spencer

j' Cup after cup of Itl} ._, Starke Tracy is tops v They can
THANKS FOR YOUR FINE VOTE hostesses! were all a-dither, rummaging hardly wait to' fly a plane backto
around in closets a n ddustln' England and give Hitler ..
a
'1 AND SUPPORT. I WILL. STRIVE TO GIVE
cobwebs off that ancient taste of his* own medicine .
IMPARTIAL CONSCIENTIOUS SERVICE teapot Aunt Hepzibah wished off Note to tbe Y: Have 'em back

a on 'em Christmas 1900 So again-plus others '. We think
AS CITY COUNCILM'AN.CHARLES the darn thing turned out to be they're a bit of all right, don'-

i 4 useful after all! What a surprise chaknow .

l; rl 1, DARBY 1 -
I Ends an' O d d I : Gratton C.
m Yen the seven young Hengllsh- Cooper "selected" by Uncle Sam

q.arpnomI. __ _.n ,. .. _._... UJ> _,_ _,___ ,.. men who came to Starke laa' this week Jus" found out what

I.. week-end through courtesy of the the C, stands for-Corker. .
I.l Army "Y" were royally entertained Guess that makes Gratton a ,

v by local Ites In turn, corker-ooops! ; Podden the
Sandwiches Short Orders
they likewise delighted everyone pun Joe Wilson's patrioticnew
who had the -- ..
i privilege of meeting Packard -- red white, an'blue
with their Leslie Howardish Kewpan' Grace Hitch
The A '& A Cafe accents, tales of war In England, movin' from G'vllle to St. Au- PS
and their impressions of America .
gustine Word from Pauline
r and Americans Had a full (Priest) Francis, who seems to
;: Headquarters For Good Food schedule here, but thought every be 4rallin"'PulasktiAVa, ;' "home" It's first callrefreshment'
thing "jolly nice" and south-
r our these days .- HrA i :>''Z: Adkhw. Jr.,
e ern hospitality on par with expectations writes from the Citadel that he

They arrived late can live through those tuff Sat-
? Regular Dinners Cold Drinks Sattiday a f t ern oon and were tidilY morning inspections 'cause

n taken to the home of Lex and he knows the Telegraph and your's

Lucille Green, where a collectionof truly will be waltln' for him Sat-

__ ''J ... Starke's own southern belles tiday afternoon, '
and Blanding soldiers helloed and

er alt, questioned 'em, while everyone atea l\r
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grand picnic supper served In Seem our youngest set Is takln1 =3 \ '
the Congressman's beautiful gar- over the Nite-In-Gale (G'vUle

r den The boys really went night spot) lock, stock an' barrel .

for our foot-long hotdogs (which '. dropped in for a few minutes .- >
they hazily described as "some totber night an', fell right in the / ,.
sort of sausage arrangement), midst of Nina Bishop, Hugh 'J.' r

especially Cecil (Pinky) Phillip, Ingram Frances Opperman, N. .t b tw
STARKE FLA. 18-year-old "baby" of the group T. Bitch Sara Barefoot Enoa

s S Hayes. Dot Green.. Joe, Lander, tbra
Mac McCoy Jacqueline Andrews r
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PROGRAM REEK: BEGINNING S.I'T. 14 fi g.
Rhodes
Ralph
J. E.
After supper everyone went Inside ; Denmark
for a session! of 'round-t he- George Flynn,;JKdwina Wiggins,
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Sunday Monday Sept -
: A WALT DINSEY FEATURE!: LENGTH CARTOON piano slngln', and the English Richard Jacksonrfan' Hilda Has- a
"RELUCTANT DRAGON" boys contributed "Bless Them kIns MyTV; My .How (

it Latest\ Paramount News Travelogue; All'-which seems to be the this younger set does get around
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British!! equivalent of our "AnchorsAweigh" Keeps ,me absolutely outta t
;',1 t 't :) Tuesday Sept. 16-DOUBLE FEATURE ; Then all treked off breath tryla to "keep up with .

'U a No. 1 "SIIIPY AND SALLY" to the Armory dance, where the 'em >

b ? With Grade Fields Sydney Howard R. A. Fees were given a taste of +M a Mr

: No. 2-"QUICK MILLIONS" American awing as It should be Main Stem $w hat Mary Lucile

t ;y With Jed Proudy Spring Byington swung But they definitely Torode an' Estha Diamond off to Pause
Also Cartoon Filming The Fleet .. Short don't jitterbug! Local lassies survey the bachelor crop In New fur
tryln to outdo themselves lookln' Orleans Strawberry blonde Go refreshed
j. j Wednesday 17 18 glorious an' glamorous world, the
Thursday Sept -an' they Betty Beecher ikeepln the stools In this work-a-day
"A GIRL A GUY AND A GOB" certainly succeeded Freddie well filled with soldiers and civ-
id Y With George Murphy Lucille Ball WlmberlJus( turned sixteen) vies"'at Dick' 'ppen-alf orange

"b.. i' Latest War News "The Fired Man" (Comedy) gleanln plenty of glance with Juice stand (.';.4- Hear tell the I/ / that refreshes/ with Icepause -

1 fi Friday Saturday. Sept. 19 20 DOUBLE FEATURE her upped hairdo an' swlshy plaid- management may make Phillip IS /

"a' No. "HART OF THE NORTH" trimmed black taffeta dress Manassa replace the upholstery tie I
welcome
:a u With Dick Foran Gale Page Margaret Eraklne In sheer black I he's wearin' out slttln' there sosteadily cold Coca-Cola 1 Is a

with flower appliques Arline I Nifty tail light on TRADE MARK
i? ;N t No. 2-"SONGS AND SADDLES" Dew. wearin her first long even- Blake Jacknot'sV-8 .. It wags side of
ji ,With "Gene Austin Also Cartoon In' dress an' look In' sweet In Its when the car 'stop, .. Lonzl moment, on the sunny *

fresh whiteness Lorene Mon- Alvarez and RJchatd,Cooper brag
MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY
11:30 P. M.
crlef still atunnln 'em In a new gin' about all the fish It
+ Y : On The Screen caught on day
red an' plaid Jersey an' taffeta things in anybody's busy
their Salt
"MURDER Springs expedition .
I, .a OVER N. Y. t
formal Lucille
; With Toler Green and Wonder how Gertrude Hatch
; Sidney Marjorie Weever '
I' On The Stage A Smash Musical Revue Thelma Jennings bavin more fun earns the nickname "Hollywood"T 54 enjoy re-
"MIAMI FROLICS" (or at least as much) as the Irene Bennett an' Alma Edwards takes but a minute to

NEW GIRLS youngsters Lil Moeeley an' leavin'.Leila'a to
u 47 NEW SONGS NEW DANCES open their
Joe Edwards givin a smooth exhibition own beauty boUle.You .
shop Blanding, nextto freshment out of the
wait right
r the theatre Dessie- Mae,
:, Hear The Voice Feagle returns tothe Starke trust its qualityOTTttD
n Magic RCJJ New Living Sound After the dance George Man Beauty Shop Monday She's

4 : ajsa played host to the guests I worked In Starke before UNDII AUTHOIITT OP TMI COCA-COU COMPANY i'
nri who were at supper with,.a mid Frances Moyer proudly demon-

a I night show at the Rita tJ In I,stratln' the new "V" coiffure. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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,1. SEI'TDIBEK U, 19ft BRADFORD COUNTY TGUtORAPH. STARKE FLORJDArY1TS

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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs A F. Saul. returned last Mr and Mrs D. R. Shatter wouldn't like a child like that I Annual Hart Picnic
I week, from, a month's visit in Los I were here last week visiting their I I When God gave (hat little life
Angeles, Calif with her son-in- son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and to you it waa clean and pure. Employes of the local Hart Furniture
I law and daughter Mr and Mrs! S, A. Weldon. They were What have you done to it? Do Co. joined with the staffs I'' .
C. R.
1Bishop left from his Stageburg office for has been :Mr. and irrs. W. H tollman Jack Prather and her trs'l enroute to their home In Winter' you take your child riding or of other Hart stores to enjoy the F

Ptsgab, N. because of Illness. several have returned from their vacationIn j Miss Louise Snyder. Park after upending: a month at visiting Sunday or do you carry, company's annual picnic Thurs- I!
the North Carolina hills H nder onvUle. N. C. Billy Wel- him to God's house to say "Thank' day. It wa held at Green Cove
n.
Jack Halle, after a ten day va- don returned here with hla grandparents You"; then that night carry him Springs thin year
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley left cation spent here with his parents after being with them for
Florence I Mrs. V.: M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. back to the Christian training
l for a three weeks' vaca- Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Halle left the put month In period. I
frolll &. in North Carolina. i J. Green and daughter Judy Sunday afternoon for a return I I wish to thank the voters
HenderlOnVllIe'l
Here he learns to read his I
C.rOUna.Chalker spent Wednesday in Jacksonville., trip to Washington D. C., wherehe CARD OF '
Sewell left Tuesday for Is employed by the F. H. A. We deeply and appreciate -, hla Bible dally and to different get up and tell for the splendid vote and
opinions on subjects
.JEWELER'O. where he is attending Miss Faye Peterson of Crescent the friends who
many
7s, C., and to talk to God before othen.Ple..e support given in electingme
ton, University of Florida. City has accepted a position as Miss Rosa Mae Norman of administered toIS in any way
dear parent see that your
.t the Junior High School teacher in Waverly spent the week-end herewith In''the recent sudden loss of our family la in Bible training class city councilman.

Sewell returned Satur B. H.S.- her mother.Mrm: J.. E.: Nor- !beloved son and brother, Floyd from 7 to 8 o'clock every Sunday ,
from a visit in Leesburg with man Miss Norman had just returned Edmond Hornsby. We also wish
night. I will at all'times try to
COU Mr. and Mrs. O. L. in I to thank
U. and friends. Beasley are from a vacation spent everyone who sent such ,
spending this week-end C.\and beautiful flowers cards. You mien so much, and we need
Watch- in Tampa Washington, D. Pittsburgh and serve you to the best of
t7TB : H. Stroman has with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.. Pa. -Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Horns you so badly. Come help Christ '
AT after spending sometime returned in C. burden. by and famUy.Letter. who gave his life for you. my ability and work for 4$
HOME Mrs. L. W.; Kemper,who travels -A Reader
tB with relatives. Miss GarnHa H-itto' has re- through Ohio"with her husband, I the best interest of the

turned from a visit in Columbia flew from Cleveland Ohio t to Singing ConventionThe
city of Starke.To .
S. C., with her sister, Miss Caro- Jacksonville Saturday, and Is BoxTallahassee
ANDBONDS lyn Hutto. spending two weeks in Starke Bradford County singing
[ SURANCE with her mother, Mrs Bertha convention will meet with Pine those who did not Vote i

Miss Miriam Guy has returnedto Pearce. Fla. Level Baptist Church next Sun-
for I hold ill feelings. j
me no
Tallahassee to resume her studies August 29, 1941 day, Sept 14. There will be sing
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant at the Florida State College Miss Lecv Denmark returned to. Mr. Eugene Matthews. Jr., Editor ing all day. and dinner will be
fnfVnjndTV--. ..----... Jacksonville last Friday after a I Bradford County Telegraph served for all. "Come and help
10-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Stark, Florida make It a success," says T. N.I ORIE WIGGINS
Over 50 Years Miss Isabel Fernandez has returned Tillman Hutto. She was accompanied Pear Gene: Norman, president. .11.11I
Service ( to Tallahassee to resume home by Mrs. Hutto who Just a line of appreciation for' i
tier work as teacher of Spanlah in spent UTe day with her mother the fine support the Bradford -

Phone 146 Starke the F, S. C. W. Mrs. Mable Denmark.' County Telegraph has been givingthe I i ''
ease cause of civilian defense in Prompt Service Careful Drivers
Mrs. J. T. Guy, of Hampton, Miss Mary Luolle Tetrode and Florida. Your cooperation in
---00 was a guest Wednesday of hereon Mlsa Estlm Diamond left Mon publishing news releases and editorial -
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and day for a ten-day vacation In comments, has been of Inestimable Starke Taxi ServiceLocally 4'f f .
I|Mrs. Fred Guy. Mississippi and Louialana." Theyare value In aiding State
employee of the Construction and County Defense Councils to r t _
RITZ THEATREPROGRAM Mrs. Henry Rowell left Friday Quartermaster in the Engineering establish 'and, develop their programs Owned and Opeated
for.a few days' visit in Waycross. Department at Camp Standing ,

Ga., with her parents, Mr. and Especially, we hope for a continuation Phone 150 ,
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 14TH MI' .' C. E. Reeder. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Carden and of the friendly coopera

Mr. Carden's brother-in-law and tion have been .
you giving u* Night
view Showing at 11:30 Mid-Night Show Sat. Sept 13 Miss Alma Murrhee, an em- sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Hal Snow, Fraternally, Day a a'f
v ploye In the Junior Hospital at spent the Labor Day holidays at
George L. Burr, Jr,
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Monday
1 egular Showing Sunday Sept. Gainesville has been spending several their home in Dawson, Ga. *Their Executive Director

"PENNY SERENADE"With days in Starke.W. mother, Mrs. B. ,B Carden returned State Defense Council.
Irene Dunn and Cary Grant with them for a month's .. ( t
Also Fox News & Cartoon M. Wainwright and family, visit. Starke, Fla. FAMOUS FOR 1
______ i ___ 111mm of Tallahassee, have spent! the Please Bradford County Tele
Tuesday & Wednesday, September 16-17 past several weeks at their cottage John Arthur Torode will come graph-Won't you print this message -
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMHit on Kingsley Lake. home this week-end for a visit for a Christian who Is veryworrl'd Italian
before entering the air service of over the attendance at SpaghettiWITH
No. "HIGHWAY WEST"Vith Mr and Mrs.'Vernon l>. Rowe, the'United States military forcea. God's house We have so many
Olympe Bradna Brenda Marshall & Arthur and Mrs. Leslie Biggs, of Jacksonville Mr. Torode has been studying members, and BO few workers
KennedyHit were guests Wednesday of aviation in the University of Maybe it will awaken someoneto MEAT SAUCE
their father, J. B. Rowe. Gorgla at Athena, and has taken help fight this war against 1 I .
everal cro ...country: solo flights.Mr. Satan
No. "PRIVATE NURSE"With
Mrs. F. and two
Philip Maguire Z5c
If Christians l would arm and
go
Betty Field Also MGM News children, of Washington D. C., and Mr*. Simeon Phillips. to war against Satan like they ..
are guests of Mrs. Magulre's and MIllS Sara Barefoot were In have
against Hitler we would
ALSO
Thursday Friday, Sept. 18-19 mother Mrs. A. M. Darby. Jacksonville ,Sunday and were soon end war for all time.
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM accompanied home by Mr and
Hit No. 1-"SUNNY"with Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear ; Mrs. Phillip little daughter, Su- What Your Child Ih You To Want Be T HOT SANDWICHESPARAMOUNT
were visitors in Jacksonville Tue.day ellen who had been a patient at
Anna Neagle & John Carroll You want your child to be clean
and while there did some, St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville -
and loved by all, with the
shopping for the Army Y. for the past three weeks. courageand ,
Hit No. 2-"DEAD MEN TELL"ith knowledge of God and man GRILL

| Sidney' Toler -- Also Sports in the Everglades Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell left: Miss Edna Hutto of Jacksonville to be great; BO when be grows old I
he
can was a great
the first of the week for Little spent last week with her everyone Bay '
Christian, loving Christ and all 115 Call Street Starke, Florida
Saturday, September 20th Switzerland N. C., where they parents, Mr. and MrS. L. S. Hutto., i ill.
mankind and seeing that everyone
DOUBLE'FEATURE PROGRAM will spend a two weeks vacation. While here, she and Mrs. Tillman'' get. a square deal. Who I
lit The Rockies"With Hutto celebrstedttheIr, I birthday
No. "Hands Across (
ij 11
Mrs. L. D. Vining returned unnlvomnrlrii... September 3 and ... I ,
Bill Elliott home Wednesday from Atlanta August. 28, respectively. with a "
Ga., where she visited her par- dinner at which Miss. Carolyn
Hit No. 2_"I Was A Prisoner On ents, Mr. and Mrs. W I* Joiner. Hutto of Columbia, S C., was. a SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK END ONLY I

Devils Island"With guest.
Mrs Titus Olson returned Sun-
Sally Eilers & Donald Woods day evening from a three week's Mrs. John Hemingway, of Eliza-
Chapter No. 6 of "The White Eagle" visit with her parents Mr. and bethtown, N C.| and her three BIRDS EYE
Mrs._ George Lilley, In Olmstead, children Alden, Diana and Joe
Ind. are on a two-weeks' visit with her
husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lucian Conner, son of Mr. and F. G. Hemingway. Mrs. Hemingway -
NAT SEZ: Mrs. Leon Conner, left Wednesday and her children and Mr. FROSTED FOODS
for Gainesville, where he en- and Mrs. Orle Wiggins and their
M The only trouble about runningfor rolled at the University of Flor I family spent Sunday at Jacksonville

office in that U you don't get ida. Beach.

r! more X mark than the other fallow Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith and Mrs. L. J. Lane, of Birmingham :- Deliciously Fresh

you lone. three sons, Leonard Billy, and Ala, arrived In Starke Wednesday -
That's what happened to me one Tom, returned home last week for a brief visit with her /-:1--: .

day. I thought It was my patriotic from a visit 'with relatives in mother,,,Mrs.,,Bertha Peaice. Upon ,,'ji;. ,
-
her homeshe, will take her w
Ind.Misses return .
I Peru,
,
the town no
heJp run
dutyto lIttle 6-year-old daughter, Mary '
ran. Didn't get enough of them Gayle Sewell and Betty Beth and place her ID school In .,-- --- t
X.s. Had to let the town get along Green left Sunday for Tallahassee,) Birmingham. Mary Beth has

the beNt", It could without me. where they entered the freshman been spending sometime with her
I class of the Florida State College, grandmother in Starke.

for Women.Mr. Among those attending the funeral -
1 > rt ? ar y.g of Woodrow Alvarez at Con- I
:? and .Mrs. Charles W Box 22c I
ner cemetery at 11 A. M. Wednesday STRAWBERRIES
!
:i Closing Out Savage her, who parents have Mr.been and here Mrs.visiting 0.1- were the following: Police .

Chief and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez; ,
White, left Wednesday for
W. I
Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu;
Freeman Shoes Childersburg Ala. J. M. Alvarez; Mayor N. D. Wainwright Baby GreenLIMA Box

Jr.; S. E. Sparks: Carl

Summer Stock of "daughter Mr. and'.. :_MM.'Mrs. J.A.W.C. Durden Kincaid,and returned Johns; and Mr. W. K. Middleton. BEANS : 21c '

Oxfords this week to their home In .
tit Sport
r ; r ; I Tampa after spending two weeksat .\,"

't' Reg. Price $5.00 & .$3:50 Kingsley Lake.
Fillet of PoundRED C
Mrs. B.: J. Flynn returned Sat-
4' On Sale urday from Mobile, Ala, where U
she had been called because of PERCH 24c
r $3.49 the serious Illness of her mother, '

Mrs. J. M. Cooper.E. ,tI '


J. Flynn is recuperating ,' Baitditslike I
". from a major operation which he
P M Ho i Now Is The Time at the Jacksonville Air Base, WE CARRY 45" ITEMS IN BIRDS EYE, i

r....,a,..... where he i. employed. "1

e To Lay Away That Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. FISH, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS

Carpenter and Tom Long returned diamonds
FALL COAT I horn Wednesday after visiting .
,
,)Irs. Long and .,lrl. Carpenter- l
A small deposit will mother, Mrs....W. T. Jackson, at

HOLE PROOF Baconton, Ga,..': Insure your wife's 0 -'"

save the one you HIllS Alma Murrhee, daughter jewelry before

foe of Mr. and Mrs, A. F. Murrhee,
Stockings want will leave this morning for a bandit takes a
of..u Tenn., where she will
Nashville;
quality enter the fall term at Trevacca fancy to itl I
Priced DARBY'SPhone
We bow of any hert- Nazarene College. A.

the $7.95 upSTERNBERG'S Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnsonand
price daughter Miss Leranell Johnson Charley E. Johns

89c.$5 of Tallahassee," spent Thurs Fla.
day with Mrs. S. S- Dowllng and Agency 77 212.Call St. Starke, ..r

Mrs. W. S. Stroman. Mr and Starke, Florida ,
Mrs. Johnson returned home 118 Eat Call Street / 1 1P
Thursday evening but Miss Lera- Telephone 11
nell remained for a longer visit

with Miss Nettle Dowling.

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BRADFORD coramr TKLEonArn. STABKK FLORIDA MtlDAY. C3RI"1feHgER It


OUR FARMERS r Brooker l HIGHLANDBy Hampton :
1WITH& Brevities Miss Beth Mbnberly Happenings

MRS. FANNING DIES

h1 F. M. Griffin, of Graham, was ups" about getting back on the By !Ir.. L. L. Parker NINTH GRADE PARTY I Mra Margery Fanning, wife of 1\11'19. M. W.by Morrow BAPTIST l'oIlNJSn: '

born in Decatur County Ga., in W. P. A. Miss Marie Edwards entertained Moss Fanning, died Saturday After the First Sunda
"" 1878 coming to Florida in 1922. REUNION AT (LSON HOME members of the ninth grade at morning after a two week's Ill- CIVILIAN DEFENSEORGANIZED lug service the Daptillt

"At hat time" said Mr. Griffin IS MEMORABLE EVENT her home Thursday night of last ness. Services, conducted by Rev. tlon proposed that the Aer

ibt last Saturday "I was working in An interesting story is that of OF LAST SUNDAY week with. a peanut boiling. Many James Kllllngsworth were held Last Friday night the Hampton Warren of Alachua be C
C. R. Graves, of Starke. It reads Mr and Mrs. G. B. Colson en- Leta
naval at Long Branch Baptist Church pastor for
j stores--turpentine-and ,the outdoor games were enjoyed by Defense Program got underway the
; 1 Ball Naval Stores Co., got. me just like a novel-though the tertained Sunday at their borne the young people and later in the Sunday at 12 o'clock. Interment when a croup of boys and year. Mr. Warren enSUing has cha
to to "ending" Is a little disappointing. with a dinner in honor of Mr. Coi- was in Long Branch, Cemetery. Hampton Ifrvtd
come Gainesville. I was evening delicious boiled peanuts men gathered at the SChooJ.Audltotlum Church
{ ; foreman for O. P. Wadsworth However perhaps the end Is not son's sister, Mrs. Hattie Williams were served to all the guests. The ,! Mrs. Fanning leaves to mourn for the initial organization.C. years. fOr
yet, since Mr. Graves is still In of Cleveland. Ohio and a brother her her husband a eon
turpentine loss :
the class
man of Hampton from faculty and friends of I May presented the material
*
,r 1929 to 1934." He has been living his fifties! tHe and wife, Mr. and Mrs P. S. enjoyed this lovely'' affair, with Henry Rosslgnol of Huntington and the organisation:.quota 'wan SCHOOL AWNINGS I\sr,

at Graham since 1931. was born in Springfield Colson of Elpaso Texas who will the ninth grade. Fla., and two brother. Alvin and on band Form were filled out The Ellco Novelty CD "
ii 4 { Tern., right on the Kentucky- be leaving for borne Wednesday. Luke Horton, of Welaka. City furnished the mint'
Turning to the
those listing their
present war situation by present : a
Tennessee line. He ran a 207- This was the :first time Mr. MISS FISHER HONORED DeWitt C. Jones had charge of for the Hampton SchOOl
Mr Griffin said and data.
: "I'm not acre farm for the Metropolitan S. Colson and his sister P'I Members of the faculty of arrangements.Miss : availability personal evening. The
a ; a posted man but too for and Installatloa
; Plans
l'r according practices maneuvers
Life Insurance Co., for 13 years Williams had seen each other for Brooker School were guests at a awnings: not only add
our newspapers the outlook is will come.;after all. details have to
the
Beth
14 at Gold- Ethel Ricks, Miss tractlveness
"They were wonderful people to years. picnic Friday afternoon of the
that Mr., Hitler is going, to be been .worked out by the Govern building
and C. M. Griffls were ,
? crushed. 'The work for" ho said Saturday. Summer garden flower decorated head Branch.. The picnic was Wimberly make the clue 1'00111I
u 'are getting fed people over there "They foreclosed mortgages on 41 the rooms of the home for given In honor of Miss Francine visitors to Nelson T. Green's Mon- ment. through proper ventilation
,, up'
; they are,
getting enough. of him I take farm in Robertson County?Tenn. this affair where about 127 relatives Fisher who left Sunday for day.The CITY ELECTION QUIET eases the eYNtraln that
the Telegraph and the TimesUnion. We farmed on halves I furnished chatting and meeting old Tallahassee where she will enter I I S. A. L., steel' gang was The. City election of ,September present before their IlIItaUau 11
the stock and tools Florida, State College for Women. sent in here Mondayto put trackin
I'm .telling you what's a the ,while the friends made the day pass hur- proved to be a very' quiet; one HAMPTON
Metropolitan furnished the land Everyone enjoyed a refreshing first class shape before ,winter; BRIEFS
u % fact" he continued, "I wouldn'tbe riedly. with a record low In the numberof Mr.'
aced and fertilizer.; I raised tobacco swim and late in the afternoon trains are put on. Jack Bowenof and Mrs. J. s.
KeneJI
surprised at any time If there At noon a large table was placedon votes cast. No opposition 'was children
corn and wheat. there In appetizing picnic lunch was Waldo is in charge of Extra Gene and
should be a rebellion in Germany.That Up the lawn, where everyone enjoyed presented to the candidates, all P evllJe. Joyce
No. 1 and is Ky.
nerved. Gang working a gang ,
Mr Graves stated "if a farmer moved to
was was started by littler.r a real old-time chicken dinner of whom were incumbent.Mr. W. Horne the
j About 15 this averaging 60 men. ,. Apartment
doesn't make' $2,000 or people enjoyed
per year '
Ilob
'e "It with lemonade. After -
was to everyone
war at all unnecessary" he start the more, be doesn't make anything." had eaten until he or she lovely affair with, Miss Fisher.BAPTIST" ., Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish and Mrs. .James Gnann'and Mr. Kellen is yard 1 torelllall
stated, "There the
L He farmed with a tractor for and baby of Chlefland spent the family of Jacksonville were Sun- government railroad
+ d might have been some little terri could eat no more they Just sat I REVIVALYou Camp work
week-end with her parents Mr. Branding
,: quite awhile. and talked until time for I day visitors here. .
tory that might have belonged tot supper. are urged to attend the and Mrs. F. D. Lang. "
Germany,,but after Hitler got one In 1937 he'' came to Starke and Tho table was then made like new : revival services at 'the Brooker Mrs. St. Clair Harley was a Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and cbll- Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
4 bought the. \\"oodle" farm of 61 with chicken cakes dren. Norma, Joan and Connie Thorn
piece of territory he went right more pies Baptist church this week. The visitor to and daughter
Lawtey
; 'one acres near here. "I out $254 and lemonade and Saturday. and Mrs C. L. May and children. Betty, Of Ca
; put
from en- yule
on country to another, everyone Rev. John pecko of .Lake City is Mrs. Maggie Burton of Keystone Were Sunday
i ; .At' the end. of this"warr there and sold ,'1.10 worth of peas," he joyed another feastMrs. In charge.: Heights arrived Saturdayfor Dickey and Silvia were business and Mrs., 0 D. Gay guesta It
visitors In
won't .be any >more Germany said Saturday "I planted every- P. S. Colson the Gainesville Monday.
says a visit with Mrs. S. C. Har Mrs. C.
r: That's only my Idea, and I may thing too late; and the weevils chickens and :fish will sure be HILL BILLIES RETURN: Miss Rubye Bernhardt of Fitzgerald W. Rahrae, Sr

be 'wrong but ''that Is, my Idea got In my corn. There are no glad when they are back in Don't forget' that on September ley. ,- Ga., moved Into the Wat- of Sunday her in Palatka as lhj gu
anyhow, weevils In Tennesne, I wasn't Texas and Ohio. 19 at 8 o'clock the Jubilee Joe Man had as guests over terson apartments last week. son-in-law and daugb
used to that. A man could throw Hill Billies will be back at the the week-end, O. W. Marr of Miss Betty J. Rhodes visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dyal
"When Hitler made his demands dry corn*on the ground In Tennessee Those present were: Mr. and school auditorium with a pro- Mima Billy Marr, ,and D. L. friends and relatives In ,JuPII'over Miss Edna Dudley
1 upon Russia, he thought he could Mrs. Guy A. Plnholster and farn dry
and Kentucky in the fall gram of music and vaudevilleacts. Rigby of Tampa. the weekend.Mr. friends and relatives
in
( Ne J
bluff .his way.,. But the, radio this of the year and it .would stay Sly Mrs. S. W. Corner and daughter Admission will be 15 and 23 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosslgnol and Mrs. M.. L. Watterson Sunday.< >1Ie

o, morning nays tORt RusSIa is aacxI there all year. I've done it. I've Mrs. Jessie Mae Clifford and cents Everyone,, Is urged to at- of HuntingtOn and Luke Horton and Mrs T. C. Chastain were Pvt. Edgar T.
I the Germans Edwards
'Ing right on back daughter Mr and Mrs. W. E.
of Welaka the
attended funeralof business
fed hogs in the fall and tend. visitors in Jacksonville Branding
gone spent
and all they needed was for the Plnholster of Jacksonville Dr. Sunday att
Mrs. M. j
Fanning, Sunday Tuesday.
back and found some corn that noon with
United States to keep them supplied the hogs had not 'eaten still on W. C. demons and Mrs... T. C. ENJOY FISH FRY Visitors here Monday included Miss Rubye Bel1lha
'with gas and oil and other demons and daughter of Miami, Members of the intermediate Mrs.
James Godwin of Maxvllle.Mr.
.
the ground and in good In
necessary things and they would shape Mr. and Mrs. and stopped over last week with tember 3. He
the spring.;* Percy Kelley Sunday-school class, with their ., and Mrs. Denver Godwin of hIS// has been n
,, do the rest." parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ralph
Rav.
r family Mrs. Nettle R. Hamilton, teacher Mrs. H. H. Howard en- Green Cove Springs, and Mrs. Ce-
fh But speaking of misfortune, Mra. Reel 'of Moore on their waY tn Mr.. 'and
Mary and daughter joyed a fish fry at Hampton Lake phas Godwin! of Maxvllle. Mrs. T. Power
i
J. O. Baxley, who lives a mile Mr. Graves said "I don't blame Winter Haven a: Mr. and Mrs. R. recently,; Ernie Padgett, Jesse May I I Wales where they will make their Woodlawn spent Sunday wil

u* 4 and a half northwest of Lawtey, anybody but myself. I'm the one A. Colson Mr. and Mrs., C. J. The older people cooked the James Mosley and Charley future home. He has accepted a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green.

has only one acre of ground anda who did H. And I planted too Crewo< and son. Mr. and Mrs. E. fish while the young ones enjoyeda Strickland all were visitors ,to position there with the S. A. I* Mrs Ruth Bartles of Columb

a i three-room house. He says he deep. I plowed all the'soil up. C. Long and family, Mrs Rosa swim. Later all had supper and Jacksonville Saturday Railway. He has been a valued Ga.; Is spending her Bummer \

cannot possibly make a livelihood Farmlnabere is so different. If PInbolster; Mr. and Mrs. J. K.Douglas everyone reported' wonderful Mitchell Milligan of Jacksonville employee of the Seaboard at cation here with relative.
a man plows' here like he did in Gainesville for the ''
on that one acre;'' that he works of Brooker Mr.' and'Mrs. visited friends here Monday. past'10 years. 'Miss Josephine John a
e at public jobs and does anything Tennessee he'd ruin his land In Hermle Kelley and family of time.Pvt. Mrs. H. ,C. Wlmberly. Misses Miss Doris Powell of Miami Tuesday with her sister, v]

that he can get to do. "I got off one'' year.. Lawtey. Mr. L. A. Colson and Roscoe Parrlsh of Camp Beth Wimberly, Ethel Ricks andC. Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. S. Raleigh Strickland of Starke.f

;, >a the W. P. A. June 30," he said 'I now do carpenter work" family of Ft. White. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Ga;' was visiting his M. Griffls were visitors to Slbley. I Mr.- and Mrs. Bert Rude

e Saturday "and never have been Mr. Graves said. "I made $963 In Roy ,Tomlinson and son Mr. and parents, Mr., and Mrs. J. R. Par- Taylor Sunday. Miss Beatrice Hersey of Jacksonville : and baby of Starke, and ,

,4, able to.get back on any more." 19 weeks at Camp Blandlng." He Mrs Floyd Wiggins, Mr. and rlsh recently.Mr. visited her parents Mr. : Irving Norman of Cum Bn
His wife la not at all well-never has a wife and '12 children-five Mrs. E. L. Kelley Mrs. Maggie and Mrs. G. A. Gay and and Mrs. R. M. Hersey, last week- were ,visiting Mr. and Mrs.G.1

% has been well-and boa to be girls and seven boys. His wife Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews Children and Mrs. Emma Gay THERESSABy end.Mrs. Johns Sunday. I

; under the care of a physician all and four sons are here,with him. of New Rlyer, Mrs. Ruby attended the chicken dinner given Mrs. H. D. May C. L. Burch and daughter Luther Chlsm was a visitor I

the time. "I get only two or No death has ever entered his Hazen of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. In honor of ''the carpenters, at BIRTHDAY PARTY Joyce of Sparks 'Ga., visited C. Jacksonville Monday night
family."I of Alachua Mr. and Glen Springs on Labor Day. l>. Burch last week-end.
three days work a week and can Bryan Lynn Mr and Mrs. Willlard Carl]
'' not live on that. We have a tern got too hot the first of Au- Mrs. Angus Heeling and family Mr. and Mrs. Chester Conerlyand Mrs. L. G. Johns entertained a There will S be preaching at and family spent Sunday In B_

;qtr tlble time finding something to gust," he concluded "and couldn't 'Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews, baby of Wauchula are guestsof number of little folks Saturday Hope Baptist Church next .Saturday County visiting, Mrs. Gaik

t j eat.. The W P A. lady from work any more. The doctors told Dr. J. E. Mains, Sr, Hal Y. Mr. Conerly'a brotherinlawand afternoon, from 3 to B o'clock in night Sunday at 11 o'clock parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert
r Gainesville told me last Thursday me to rest till It got cooled'ROA.TDRAIN Maines of Lake Butler Mr.; and sitter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd honor of her little ion Grady'a and Sunday night by the Rev. Mr. W. R Kersey of Star

1 ll that I might get a work card; but Mrs. Gradey Kelley of Mayo. Barry. 10th birthday anniversary. After Jones of Jacksonville.Mies spent Sunday here with Mr. i

} I've been told that before." Mr. \i Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bitch enjoying games, the little folks 'Jessie Mae Brannen of Mrs.' R. N.; Crawford.

Baxley is talking of going t o By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls f land| family,, Mrs. S. V. Andrewsof and son of Raiford were week- were invited into the dining room Bartow and brother.. Raleigh of
Jacksonville to see the- "higher Morriston. Mrs. Hattie Wll- end guests of Mrs!,.. Rltch's par- 'where each guest was served with Hampton wee visiting their ,RISINGBy

Mrs. Maggie( Green has returned llama Mlaa Ira Malcolm of Cleveland ent. 'MI'. and Mrs.' L. A. Brown. cake, and lemonade Grady received aunts Mrs D. W. Moore, and Mrs.A. Mrs. II. H. Lend
; M Excess Acid causes home after spending some time, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. P. S. The Rev G. E1.: 'McGauley of many useful gifts. I* Sullivan, 'Sunday.

f FREE I youp.fnset Stomach 'with her daughter Mrs W A, Colaon, Elpaso Texas Clyde Col- Melrose was calling on friends Those present were: Raymond D. Wl. Moore spent last :Thursday Mrs. B. A, Shaw was viitti! |

A d Ulc.rs, Indigestion Brown of Orlando and Jacob, Bon and children A. O. Andreu here Sunday"afternoon.. Hersey Rodney Hal foe Kelsay in Gainesville. the bedside of h e r father,

eg \I BIo.tingGasH.artburnBelching, Green of Plant'City. of Starke, Rev. G. E. McGauley Mr. and Mrs. W H. Richardsonand Truman Dickinson, ,Billie Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L., Du Bose Campbell of Tampa this wek.J

J Nausea,get a free sample of UDGA Mrs, Richard Clark of Hellbronn of Melro, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. sons of Glen St. Mary were Bobble Hall Lemar and Leon and family of Vero Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tho

and a free Interesting booklet at Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Mary Abbott and Billie Cone of PlantCity guests of Mrs. Nora Sapp Sun- Hall and Wilford Padgett, Edwin relatives here Thursday of I last were visiting Mr, and :Mrs. E |

Brown and daughter, Mrs. Ben Myrtle Colson Mr and Mrs. day afternoon. Johna, W. H. Johns, Gladys Bun- week. Lewis Sunday..
raw CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE Sasser. Arthur Little and family. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff A. Kelley dy. Carlle Mae Hall Adebeth Mr; and Mrs. Felix Supp IV

A large crowd from this section Mrs. Spencer Colson and family had as dinner guests Saturday Padgett, Ruth Sibley, Margaret BOOTSEY'S BEACH dinner guests of Mr. and MI'!. i

'n'r DO YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES had a picnic at Magnolia of Lake City. L. A. Wynn of night Miss Ann Dowling of 1Wf Hersey, Carrie Mae Hall. Grace By Minnie Lee PringleMr. C. Conner Sunday.
Lake Hampton, Mrs. Lloyd Johns o ford and Ezra Bagwell of Starke. Dickinson and Marlon Hall. Mrs. Loran Conner returned I
Sunday.
,? Hellbronn Springs, Dave and Mr. and Mrs Gene Hazen of and Mrs. Ira Wilkinson arp her home in Jacksonville ifl
When you fight roaches you Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffts. Mrs. Johnathan Dukes of Stetnhatcbee Sarasota were week-end guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore receiving congratulations on the spending the past few dayiw'l'

; try to get rid of them all, W. E. Green and, children, and Dr. and Mrs Lem Colson Mrs. relatives here. and two sons, Charles and Larry arrival .of a little son born Sep. her mother, Mrs. R. M. Crud;|

not just kill the ,few that Miss Margaret Morrell were visiting Marjorie Wilt and children of Mr. and Mrs.. F. M. Sanderson

,r;; you can hit with spray or Mrs. Polly Ward and Mrs. Trenton and son of Tampa were visiting
d dust Lizzie Tompkins of Starke Tues, relatives here last -week. 1G313 p00oo Facts
or that walk Into a That Concern You 30ofaSrrat;
Mrs. Nevada Palmer the N'
spent
powder by accident.K.3.D. day.Esther' I O. C. Kelley made\ a! business
Garrett Ernest Garrett, week-end with relatives in Blounts- trip to Gainesville Monday.

ts' and Vera Muse were visiting Mr.. town. Mr. and Mrs: R.;'D. Fisher and

)5. Roach Killer and Mrs. Z. Z, Griffls Sunday. R. D. Fisher was visiting Mrs. Miss Francine Fisher were in'
Mrs. Luclle Griffls was visiting I Fisher a few days early this week. Tallahassee Sunday.. Miss Fisher
Is Different! Mrs W. E. Green Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof remained tor enter' Florida State I
Roaches eat it because they I' Jacksonville were visitors here College for Women. t A'Q

? like It. They dry up and die. recently.A. Edd Gainey of Plant City was

o 4ka Put K-S-D In little piles ore AUTO PARTSUSED I L. Crosby was visiting relatives visiting his brothers, L. R. and
t1F In bottle cap. and place it In Vero Beach last week- H. P. Gainey last week-end. r1 t

.- in out-of-slght places where TIRES. .REBUILT I end.Forest Dave and Johnathan Dukes of
It can be .left as bait. Safeto GENERATORS, AUTO J. Crosby who has been Stelnhatcbee attended church Services

Rj us*. Non-poisonous to man GLASS GASH FOR spending few days with his at New Hope,Saturday and 1

t and peU.Sistrunks'. CARS 'AND' TRUCKS IN parents the Rev. and Mrs C. C. Sunday. ,

fiy Feed & Seed ANY CONDITION. Crosby, and other relatives left V. V. Hazen of Willis! ton spent
; Friday for New York where he the week-end at home with his

Store Used Autos $25 up will return to duty aboard ship family. xMr.

Starke, Florida in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Forest and Mrs. L. R. Galney were

Manufactured By McPhall HASKJNSAUTO had been away two years and visiting in Jacksonville Saturday. '

Products., Makers< of Ant- PARTS eight months and says he was Mrs. P" S. Crosby, returned to I'-
}' ene.-Orlando. Flo. amazed at the many changes made her home Friday 'after spending
North of Town on Row IS during his absence but that home several days with Mr. and Mrs.

sure looked good to him A, D. Crosby of Starke.A .

Miss Geneva Parrish of Ocala large crowd"attended 'church ..:
FUNERAL DIRECTOR spent the week-end with relatives services at New Hope last Sat -

here. 4 .4K urday and Sunday.
f My Many Yean Experience: ) Makes It Possible for Me to Render

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I c Starke Florida
n v By Mrs. 0;E. Crosby and IMra. Jessie Lee Lazeobv
ONCE
; J IN A WHILE !
Mrs. Mary Caaon who for the Rosa Pinholster of' Brooker, and

y,; W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR her past sister two ,weeks Mrs. has Rhoda been Dowllng.visiting there enjoyed joined real a happy crowd and Good weather and a bumper crop I benefits to, the community. Here in
a fish
to F. II. A. LOANS has returned to her daughter's night. fry Friday Even then one finds a poor stalk once in Florida} beer provides employment for

.
1 We want the listing Mrs. C. E. Andrews. a while., annual
18,294
on your property T. C., Hazen of Brooker visited persons, supports an

n t We .have some wonderful properties for sale Ted Cook, has left for Virginia with his son-in-law and daughter, The retailing of beer something like payroll of $15,757.151 and contributed

See us about your Real Estate Needs where he will be employed in the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews that.Most beer retailers] operate respectable 1735893.93 last year in state taxes-
4 Navy shipyards Mrs. Cook and Friday evening law-abiding establishments.
;l le lla 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 mother. Mrs. J. L. Lavender, will sionally one find CecaF1cxida., too, has an important stake,
an exception
man
yi drive up later. in the beer industry's purdsaeaforwho
BETHEL tries to beat the law or who permits servicesfrornantisocial
"Nek Miss Eloise Johns has not been IDIIterials.cquipment.aod
By Mrs. D. .D.,Woodard conditions.
able to attend school regularly over 100 other industries.
4d this week. :Mrs. D. D. Woodard and Mr; ''The beer industry wants this type of .You these benefit
can help
Gulf Life Insurance Co. us protect
Mrs. Wesley Johns has undergone with and Mrs.Mrs.Ira Woodard'a Allen spent Sunday undesirable retailer stamped out. Your in two ways. First-patronue only the
son-in-law
,a h a relapse this week. Wewish and daughter Mr., and Mrs. John cooperation will help us in our cleanup reputable places where beer is sold. Second
AGENTS her a speedy recovery. efforts.The authorities
Htggenbotbam of St. Augustine -report to the proper

r 4 ROY M. STONE W. R., (BILL ALVAREZP. Colson.Mrs. FloyJ:Mrs Rosa Wiggins Plnholster! Mrs. Freda Mrs. While there they) enjoyed a fish beer industry brings important any law violation you may observe

fry on the beach.,,
O. Box 308, Starke, Florida Alva Colson and Mra Oscar Mra. Byte Johnson and daughter .to a*tj
Rimes visited' Mr. Wiggins' deter of Gainesville were visiting relatives
Mra Bryan Lynn of ''Alachua here BEER..a beverage ofmoderationrt'
Sunday
1 SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS r Monday.Mr. .
Mrs.
Charley Jenkins and chil-
OFTEN TOO LATE and Mrs Rudolph Andrews, dren of Starke, and Mrs. Winnie

+ I and Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins TUTU of Gainesville, were dinner _
carried fish to the aunts', Mrs. guests of'D. D. Woodard Sunday.. t t tn0

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8EI'T.MBER': 12. 1911
,t1, BRATTORDCOUNTr' TKUEGRAFII. STARVE, FLORIDA MvmtOn :



Jhe 3eminine Side By WOODLAWN Mrs. Oscar Carter J/'e earner a Corner f

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman( returned -

home", Sunday from Jack-

Conducted By Ruby Moore onvllle where their little son 1

<. Gene, was In the hospital with a Yp N Yr
Charm PROSE ANDPOETRY broken arm. *

rough Clothes Miss Myrtle Johns of Jacksonville : i t W !y.P .
'
spent the week-end here withher

color Is one of thesenttal parents, Mr. and Mrs P. B,
ding of WHAT PRIDE ,A SOLDIER ohns.
: features In buying

ring your clothes This Why do they scorn and sneer atus Mrs. Luther Milliard and
': are fortunate in having .x \R mother. Mrs. S. T. Starling, spent rf.dwf4

ed I election to Choose from Why do ,they shun'' us soCan't ,the past week In Chattahoocheewith
h t and most they believe we're human Mrs. Efflo Suber.

:Jl, color next to your face. fox' too 'r* 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn, and

blue Is the favorite color Or don't they" care to know? family of Jacksonville spent last '
we will talk about tI a week-end with their uncle and
South : ffi A They seem to thin, we're low and ,
; This season blue IS aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Norman. ,
nrt. as a fall color. Blue cheap Oscar Carter made a business
riwwn with a purple cast, Or symbol of disgrace trip to Jacksonville Monday _
blue They laugh or" smirk and ,turn t t4 'I
The revival a
meeting
blue, R. A. F. blue Army begins! at
blues have the deep I wd away- feilbronn church Monday night,
Itnnes Some of stained glass. Re- They hate a soldiers face. I Sept. 15. and will continue for

bel'\ the softer shades will be "God Bless America"-Yes, they'll : the week. Everybody la Invitedto
1 come.
ulest to wear. yell 1 4t
from milk choc "And save our'land of Free'' i1iittyttrV
rt range It
sepJa. Combine brownIluscious But speak-They won't unless we GUM BRANCH

shade of gold, softy come ", By Mrs Edd "anbh
IL and a dashing To them on bended knee. ', 41y 1 1
greens Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and r
Vof aqua blue. If your hairLurn No, ladies-this Isn't a row or chorus rlils standing on Between us lies'a barriered wall Mrs. H. H. Keene % 1 ten ded i.: :
aon't overlook these their heads, It's Just a prevue of the cotton stockings you'll Of money, home' 'and fame church at New Hope near LACrosse M! '
iI1&tlon They will certainly likely be wearing and liking before the ,war Is over. These And they'll not let us scale Its Saturday (
tment you. samples are being inspected by David H. Young, hosiery designer .
heightsTill
for the U S. Department of Mr and Mrs. James Frederick, r-
wine shades are Agriculture's Bureau of 1
dark we bear a titled
p soft rose also Home Economics. Practically all of the Bureau's 150 designs name. who have spent their summer
with
ncj shades of are for full-fashioned hose that can be made on the same ma- But can't they know that underneath vacation Th Tennessee,, were guests .
i with certain chines used for making full-fashioned silk hose. of her slater and brother-in-law, Paul Hurts I na gets the credit for this high-rating camera .4I
This Is a most becoming Mr. and Mrs.\ I* L. Conner en study of Tommy Gomes, heavyweight pride of Clap niand Ing's) i\"' ?
?inatlon of colors for some- This khaki that we wear route to their home in Miami last Thirty-tint Division. Note the fine high-lighting of the boxer's /II
fwlth grey hair as It lends aclow There's longings, hopes and clean week-end. smooth muscles, and the good emphasis on the broad, powerful .1.[,
to the complexion desires hands. When you can take natural-looking, but well-posed pic ?(
known shade of green Iss And a human heart beats there. Miss Anges Sapp of Jackson lures like this, you'll know you have "arrived" In the realm of J,
'e7 Timber ville was the guest of her par.eats amateur photography. Submit your bout print to the Telegraph "
worn-Appla with green.yellow hues A heart that longs for kindly Mr and Mrs. J, S. Sapp for publication In the Camera Comer <( greens
hands Sunday.
i with blue shades. But be A heart that's' ,far from home- Shop.) ___ ____ : .:. I
..Jan It takes a very'good Br Camilla Bradley ?- Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McRae of -0 r :
| to wear the off shades of ? Instead they thrust our hand Pine Level were visiting Mr, and children of Raiford. Norman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. :
Use being EDITOR OF ft away. Mrs. T. N Norman Saturday. Mrs Rachel of M Johnson Graham I:
Matthews
a Buccessfully. ,your Spring at r* .
L HOME .( And we are left alone. Friends and ,
GARDENING MAGAZINE IL relatives of J. N.
contrast. City, Tenn., Is spending a while cently. : "; III'III'R. I
t of and petunia 1 (1 But when the shells and Norman will be glad to know t1
purple bursting I
shades I that he Is much betUt with her sinter and brother-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Joyner 1', }
after
ahd ; : now
don't ,
get bombs
f shown, .
being If you were disappointed last period In the life a pansy plant.) I"< several weeks Illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. I t
( Idea that this color Is for In not able Keep time torifles' crack .
spring being to get Too much water causes damplng- ,
and Mrs. Ancctl Norman
dmother. If you do- he will Then they will know usyea.they'll Mr. and Mrs J. C. Sapp and and Mrs. J. N. Norman Saturday 11 j)
pansy plants In separate colors off yet, once the plants dry out, and children were guests of ){. afternoon I j
son Bobby, o f ,
e YOU this season-as on hide Sampson City ..
will want to look ahead this .
you they are done for. Keep them, a ,
,
|Avenue It is new, and It lar1.OIatic Behind this khaki back. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
year and grow your own or put little on the dry side but Inspect .. Sapp afternoon.' k !
Sunday
in an advance order with your I them every day. And while we fight and spreadour J, A, HEADY MIXED: CONCRETE SAND.. GRAVEL, ; t: ,
Harnage the week.
black Is shown with I spent
Growers
nurseryman now. can When four leaves appear the life "
melon pink burnt orange, seldom supply last minute demands i seedlings will be ready for trans O'er blood-soaked battlefield, end In Miami vlitltlng the bedside BUILDING 11 LOCKS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS .J rl"

lip-stick red for, evening except in mixed varieties, I I planting Into another flat. Space They'll stay at home and call to of his daughter, Mrs. Mancle STEPPING STONES IN FACT WE ,
by afternoon combinations are but a little foresight will keep the plants to allow for growth us"Fight- demons and other relatives. 't
r green pilot blue soft rose your spring; color, scheme from! and this time add well rotted soldier-Do not yield." Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edward CAN FURNISH YOU WITH ANYTHING FOR :
[ill over embroidery in varied I going awry, i cow manure or commercial fertilizer and daughter. Jewel, we rein CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION r
ra, and the definite city If you plan to grow your own, to Your soil mlYttirTf'- the They'll ki.tw us then, they'll love Grandln Saturday on business, : :
i with black jet trim.. I Io I the first step is to order the very latter;: Is u- i.u allow .hpig;; us too. This section was saddened Tuesday Call U Today For Estimates '\ :
colors give a fresh slant I best grade of seed obtainable.Yes tablespoonful to each square foot We'll be their Hero Men- morning by the death of ,:
)dress with a two piece look, I they are expensive but growing of surface. Stronger plants will And round our heads they'll placea Woodrow Alvares of VanderbUt. 'I r 14'o

|we mean sharply'contrasting pansies Is no easy job, and result If seedlings are transplant crown Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons, '

ct, For example purple tops no one wants to devote a lot of ed twice before they are set in the IF-we come back again. Benny and Lynn of Pine Level A. A. ANN I S
i green skirts, rose with green i time and energy to an undertak open ground. were visiting Mrs. W, F. Harn :
i very high style houses are' ing that is handicapped from the When ready for the final plant. They'll toast us high -They'll age and Mrs. Edd Parrish Mon
Ing a new two-color contrast' start because of Inferior material. Ing dig the bed deeply and add point with'pride CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION '

the.front of one color 'and Then too the seed are so small cow manure or commercial fertlllzer To the Unknown Soldier's Tomb, day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards
|back of another. will in the ,They'll swell their chests and say. had their STARKE FLORIDA j '
that a fraction of an ounce i proportion given as guests Sunday afternoon ig ,111,t
hoes, hats, gloves, and bags yield enough plants for the aver above. The plants should be set "We won"At : Mr, and Mrs. Tate Alvarez 235 Washington, St. Phone 165 l it '
|be had to match your favorite I age garden. about it Inches apart. Choose a a price that's paid by whom? and children of Rising and Mr. ,

combination. Choose them Seeds should be started In a location that gets sunlight only Dear God, why must it be thIs and Mrs. Marlon Browning and :i, III:
i care. If you choose three well drained flat. A convenient part of the day. A situation providing I wayr
In for one ensemble use one I size for easy handling Is 12x15x3. sun in the morning and i Is war the only end

I them very sparingly, Just a Fill the box with a finely pulverized shade In' the latter part of the That love and friendship< must attain
|ck wmewhere. For Instance, I mixture of 1-3 loam 1.3 I day will give best results. I. '

h nut-brown frock shoes sand, and 1-3 leaf mold to which Good drainage light soil, and To join our fellowmen? LIFE'S UnCROWnED HEROES r
I bat, you might wear cypress has been added a little chimneysoot lots of nourishment are essential I i By-The Unknown Soldiers,
l In a scarf, bag and hat oral to pre v e nt damping-off. from the time the first seed Is Camp Blandlnc, Fla. ,f .
and Just a bit of scarlet Water well, scatter the fine seed sown. Guard young plants against .

k posy or hankie. over the wet surface and barely cutworms and other chewing In- GreenwoodBy THE MAN WHO ACCOMPANIES ,;..:; ,.
ftat week: "What and I cover them with a little dry soil seots and pick the flowers daily to 1 10.1 ,
" select for our first you fall mixture. Water again with a get the most enjoyment from Miss Effle Crawford n O. .. HIS WIFE, TO A LECTURE :'c. ,

very fine spray and cover with a. them. ',' .
wet until they start For answers to your questons Mr. Earl Mosley and Mrs I'
no Through Clothes comes newspaper be In gardening problems send a Clyde Johns were visiting Mrs ,J.,,, ,
to which should on t
[you through the courtesy ofVlan about germinate a week. self-addressed, stamped envelopeto Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. El- : ':: 1
Hamann Inc. 2795 Ver- Home lery Sapp at VanderbUt Satur -b-- \j'
k Terrace As soon as the seeds sprout remove the Service Department ( <
Jacksonville, Florida. the cover by degrees, giving -. Gardening Magazine, 610 Blne- day. i f "i r
them more and more light i vllle St., New Orleans, La., or Mr. and Mrs .W. E. Stricklandand I'
'Jean and Buddy, of ) : t .
20 each day. This is the real danger; care of this newspaper children '
_ Years Ago Russell spent the week-end with

THIS I WEEK'' Mr*. B t I' ickland' mother, Mrs t:

: I Florida State Farm News Daisy Mr. Pringle.and Mrs. Cheatham Peel 7 ;",:--;,I ," ,

ly _Commissioners C. A. of Jacksonville\ were visiting Mr.

"" 1ta lee, T. Dowllng J. M. By Miss Mary Townsend Mrs. L. F. Chapman has returned Peele's mother Mrs. Hester Sapp --- ..- 't
H. H Williams, and H. afternoon. ) -
from a visit to Tennessee. Sunday ---
Galney J
*t Monday.held their'-regular BRIDGE PARTY" J, E. Townsend left last Mon Mr. and Mrs, Frank Crews are ini i i I
The evening Mr. and the proud parents of a baby glr .
Domestic Wagon A Plow Last Friday day for Palatka where he will
crowd. from this see
A large -
da I'
hitherto owned by Wall Mrs. J P. Warren entertained spend his vacation with relatives. Ion attended Prayer Meeting .
Colley H i te now under the sole 1 members of the local bridge club Friends of Jimmy Bradley will Thursday night at Evergreen '''Chained to his chair, T- J

Wait\iolwP of J. F. Colley. A. and their husbands with a partyat be glad to learn that the eye In- unable to move even an eyelash
having .
'
sold out_ his in- their home here. Jury that be suffered two weeks MANILA CLASP ENVELOPES without bringing on Hr J

i cheerful noise of the ham Sanford Ritch won the' prize ago Is not as serious as was -COUNTY 9x12: $3 TELKGBAPII.per ICO-BRADFORD himself a flurry of females cZ J

and e, saw i, heard,, au over for high'score for men and Mrs. thought at first. Jimmy has returned muttering threat, the man a

No less than three rest M. E. Griner won the high for to his home here after who accompanies: his wifeto

fOr are J. C.being built; A bunga- the women. Mrs. J. W. Ritch won spending a week In St. Vincent'sHospital an afternoon lecture u
Robinson: bunga- We Wash Your Car For /
for W. M. Edwards: and a. the bingo prize.evening the hostess in Jacksonville. 75e period endures the strain in (j::
In the
me colonial .1 Later Marion Crews,
Crews
'Is.' home for I*,A. refreshments consistIng Frank quiet heroism. Temptationsmay

Th, Lawtey school of served a salad course and lemon Jr., Ralph Nettles Edwin Malone If It Rains Again In 2t rise to quell with a Just, reward for such 1

term began Its I and Curtis Malone were visitors It' well-timed heroismboon companion for
Monday with 1150 pupils Hours We Will Wash well-placed ;
the fOllOWing'! corp. of teach- ade.Those present were the follow to Magnesia Springs near Haw boot 'The Influence of the all, is smooth, mellow JAX ,
;Ref' H. H. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace, thorne Sunday. Again FREE Drink of '
Black
I. principal: Minor Medieval Poets on Beer, the famous { ;
T. Moore, Mrs. Pearl Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch Mrs. Mrs. J. 1[. Tyson left last Mon '
Beer is !
Mro H. H. Black and Miss M. E. Griner Mrs. P. D. Fancher, day for Florence, S. C., where she DRIVE IN AND LET US the Development of the Friendship. JAX a '
Andrews Mrs. L. A* Wiggins, Mrs. Robert Is visiting relatives. Lesser Romantic Cycle in great American !Xer..,with ")1

TIle QuIgley Broom Co., is KIte. Morgan RIcharde, Mrs. J. Mrs Gerald Cox was a visitor FILL YOUR TANK WITH the Middle Decades of tht the zip and tang that only a 5="i ;< tt

2 'hnnar brooms for street sweep- Q. Godwin Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. C.S. O.E. to Lake City Monday. THAT POWERFUL Seventeenth Century":. : but dry beer can impart. Learn Ito-;;" r /WOIt.
and
node from rough work. They Ritch Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Richards of our Hero, true to his type for yourself how good beer fj' ; s r
a
stiff and Partney
Imported from Atrlca.tough Miami, were week-end guests of SHELL GAS holds fixedly to hit pufpose can be, try a bottle of t
l Bouvier. I
1. MISSIONARY MEETL'JOMonday Mr. and :Mrs. J. A.
, WUaon supplies Starke GET MORE and his seat. mellow, JAX
b and : YOITLL ,
tOOth81)Jne afternoon circles num- Mrs. J. l\{ Bradley son "
III b" turnip' *'e ens, met at the homeof Jimmy, visited I n Jacksonville "
'GALLONGOODYfAR
Ube flOurishing garden ber one and two I MILES PER
today'G
reed ), *' Marth. Powell re- Mrs. Frailer Shaw and held a Monday. : >w =*; an
Tueaday from a visit In business meeting. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs.

1Ientn. With Miss Mable Ed- Those present were: the Rev.I R, p. Stubblns were visitors In II ,
4w
f S.I
Mrs. Gainesville Tuesday.
n'a and Mrs. Knight of Raiford. : f
Gertrude Swindle enter- W. E. Malone. Mrs. J. H. Dudley Mrs. M. D. Young has returned I 1

a large number of and Mrs. A. W. Bates.! to her home here after spendinga TIRES, TUBES ;)
Peanut bolllJl<< FrIday night Friends of Mrs. J. H. Hundley few days with relatives In Ah- ,

\brUJlallt bOlUe In wedding.., will be glad to learn that she has burn Ga. AND BATI'ERIESGAINES MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY'JAX .

-1Iary ( w that of returned! to her home here from Mrs. L. V. Chapman. Mrs. M.E. Beer *re for the first 6 )
ins Awrman and Mr. andIs P. D. Fancher and BEERyou than \
Chance the hospital In Jacksonville Griner; Mrs. I month* increased more
at 3 White which took getting along nicely. Mrs. J. G. Godwin were visitors i union m D i E e/gM/ t/mes tn nation*) v rac tSEP

III the O'eIock: Tuesday after I Mrs. Roy Roberts la visiting her la Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. SERVICE ew/c/ tn Florid* average' H l

t. JL It Prevatt First Baptist' Church. daughter, Mrs. Randolph Hardee, B. Hershfleld and daughter STATIONOn Can't Buy a Better Beer Say Make Mine .lax "

tOrn to town,brought which shows some In Sebrlrg. Ruth to have attend gone the to weddingof New Temple Are. At Any Price/ 'll'wmC COMrARV Jackss ilU. FID.-M.. .
flUr week- York City
7 !?11 WU1 do when Intel- J. A. Bourler spent the Mrs. Hershfleld's son Sydney. w 1 N'
WUvated end In }{JamLIl



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:. PAOB EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK, FLORIDA ._ FRIDly"_ SF prElltira ..


: -- This Well-Designed Small House Illustrates Here's One Cool ManJ Recent Birth -II-..:,

I"ilj i Materials : >'. Roberts Is receiving many

!, County Agent Dyer Says Tasteful Combination Of Contrasting callers and many congratulations, Johnson.Mr. and Vanderbilt:bare. Roy fhrh'

y < and incidentally a number of loafers Mr. :. girt, .
,1htt.7 and
f i n ", ,,,;,,,, In his office these days. And, der Mrs. Austin J
,
< girl
igl, 4-H l bsB i Organized In CountyThe I gz ; .. 4 CJ d : the strangest thing right la the Mrs. Resale stark Ray. Sept B.; k
: heart of the Florida summer, Carltoq
/ : girl, Sept. 9
4Clubs organized and useful citizens and holding good I 'f" 'r.",'. ,., .J ,'<.,>,,'>"<','t,'I/ when, one goes into his office he Price, boy, ;Starke Mr and tot:

w; supervised by the Agricultural Extension Joby. I see great value in 4-H I ';":.'." ,,,- J" .. "{> '<,":>"" ':4J'''''' gets the curt "command. "Close St-PL 4Countyb9urhlaCourt
<" '' the door, please!
'
,
1. Service has become the club work and wish that 1 bad J' ,... -
'<[I!( ;
', m more time from dutiesto Well, he has installed an air- .
>
my many t' '
..
/ ? \
y largest organization of rural ( .. ran Ackerman Black ao01n
right In his
conditioning plant
devote to it. '\. h' :m!. ;t,4 Ruth Addl.
e I. \ : young people In America, having: Now, as never before, the young ? ;;LXIi1it office, and it is as cool as "spring- Monday the Block 6th day Cefeptuu'

i more than one and one-half million rural people need leadership ( ,,rp >, tine In the Rockies"! "I could putit muck 1941. the whose dHehdant 'II of'

: '; members. Every rural boy through the 4-H clubs In order In my car and take It home I. required to residence" i 1."Jkh

1' and: girl should have the opportunities that they may find their place and put It In my house, if I hada to tiled be against published her ltnL? '''V TIll>

e '; I'' and benefits that the 4- and discharge their duties la the r hole in the wall," Mr. Roberts four. roimocuilve! "week!. *:*
n. i. H club work offers. National Defense program, said last week. All told 'all who I County Tel"/rriinh 'II."'
publl"h d In *
sold Bradford
I 11 The 4-H club work ,through I regret that I will be able to do not have $174.50! should be Stark, Florida August? r

':: '.t practices and demonstration work only with the boys as "green with envy" when they sit Clerk( of Circuit Court) ,tls
Ii /!'" teaches the farm boys better it Is required that the girls' 4-H In their offices with coat off 'and i-u t

,i ::,1\'I methods of farming and 'livestock Club work be supervised by home sleeves rolled up and perspiration In -

0l raising, and trains t.hem'ln demonstration ; down their faces, and
( many agents and we do streaming Do u n t Y. Fin Ids rln'Cbn
III ::$ things, 'that fit them to become. not have one in the county. 4 then see Mr. Roberts In his snug Mary ByrneH >Smith Plalelt

I: :..tl. <*', better citizen In the future. I All the schools will be visited L G r.a y ;, ? office with all doors and1 windows On Franklin AlJ>ndaYh Arthur the 6th"i'nlth.,' Dl
?'i Since beginning my work inn and the boys' 4-H Clubs organizedin closed coat..on and cool as a cucumber bar, defendant day p.of
Arthur
this county last April, I have met the near future. It la hoped ., pear tr( Smith the bill In rued|re'1UlfOd| I
0- f aeveral of my former club boys that the parents and teachers as herein. Thin order to a'aln be
; j.r with whom I worked In 1932 and well as the boys will lend their ; Accident Ends Outing once week.a In week Bradtnrd for tour .eon pQI.

tt, :'f 1933. It II encouraging\ to Bee assistance and cooperation in the A Sunday outing ended In an :r.fI1ra lf newspaper: County publl.1
I these young men ,now grown Into 4-H Club work. 8EALy? .
accident that could have been :
OFFICIAL A. In
.. __ _. Court
; n I much more serious than it was, Starke, Florida,

Itl.! Now Is The Time To Start Permanent Pasture I when a tire blew out on an automobile .... August HI t !iFiorid t
The use of several different driven,by W. B.;..Lazenbyof -
r, : Bradford has off exterior construction materials New River causing the to In Circuit
county some ture gets better and better each gg a U. car Court B" >Mf
; the very beet pasture land that often leads to architectural disaster turn over twice, and come to rest ton ,-in Chancery, Ruh
Vs. John
'r ,, can be found anywhere. Dairy- year.While beef prices are high and } but have In this been case combined the materials _, with all four wheels In the air. October dth O Bnrtin to d"II..

men in other parts of the state there is Increasing demand for with good taste. The house is oJ' Mr. Lazenby received a broken John unknown O. ,Barton U. required VhoS'reek

III: ,are trying to grow pastures and. milk and butter, it Is the time well-designed regard to room rib, and Mrs. M S. Hayes of the bill filed agaln.t Ie hi"app"

ey knowing our soils, have remarked for the farmers to become cattle- relations and ventilation. Val- Gainesville, also a passenger In This week order for four to coniSe"utlv,?,

f ri that If they had Bradford county minded or pasture-minded. Beet ued at $6,500 !In Ohio this the car, received three broken Bradford County T.I.l,...

soil they could really grow pastures and dairy products are on the list property was financed with an i r- I ribs. No one else was hurt. ford newspaper published in II.;.t
County
et FIIA-insured mortgage of Starke Florida
/ for their, cow of defense products, and the 5800. Average; monthly Mr. and Mrs. Lazenby and 4 1941 ,
payments OFFICIAL
+t" ,The farmers in this county have Government Is 'urging that the on a 20-year mortgage _, children, and two children of I I ( Clerk Circuit SEAL Court A. ST:)
; a virtual gold mine protentlal production be Increased. It can of this amount, exclusive of a* Ethridge Cason were on their way I County, Florida. 1,1 Br

pasture land for cattle raising if be done profitably only with good local taxes and hazard Insurance to Cedar Keys for an outing when -
I
they will just gasp the oppor- Improved pastures. total approximately J38. the accident occurred., They stopped :
\ tunity. With much of the cattle The cost of a similar property In Circuit Court. Bradfor
Through the Soil Conservation will in other localities. 9 at Gainesville to pick up Mrs. Florida.-In Chancery,
,'/. range: being fenced, and much of Service, the Government Is proposing vary Lazenby's aunt, Mrs. Hayes. Johnson vs, Charles c. Johe,
lor .i the .land being sold off In small to around $8,00 to Monday, October 6th 1S41.I t
pay fend ant. Charles c Johnnk
Pn I;. tracts, more attention should be residence In ,
p $10.00 per acre for establishing MethodistsThe Peahody Ann
J, ';, .if paid to the establishment of permanent I Improved pasture which is more : "LOOIt' LaMa "- Lawtey .I appear Columbus to, the Oeorgla bill filed, h I rxini tllll. ,

i Ir 'i; pastures.Better than half the cost. Rev. Herbert: Hazzard, pas- herein. Thin order to b* mil
mean better once a week for four coat;'
pastures
,} And, too, if one does not have tor of the Lawtey Methodist week In Bradford
I' cows, and the two mean more Income I the for putting in the pasture Soldier Finds PearlIn New' Licensingand,Bonding'' Act Church announces ,the following graph. a newspaper Count publln
money ,
t, for the farmers.". The cows aid Bradford County, Starlet,
,1' '
!' he may assign his, Soil Con- Cafe Oyster Should Protect Farmers Against Deadbeats i services for Sunday;: Bible Schoolat Ida, September 4th, 1(41.
G be smaller
can kept 'acreageu
on
A servation In advance to _. 10 a. m. Worship service 11 a. OFFICIAL SEAL) A J,1'
&Ii; : and within fence. The starvation payment "When you eat oysters at the V the the Clerk Circuit Court Bt
m. sermon by on
the funds. Florida farmers pastor County,
get
Florida.
are now protected produce handled or sold by such 1-1 I
1\1\ time from December to March Guidon, said Louis Pappas this subject "
ail;, Jl<(" can be avoided, too, which will be Now, If these are not sulflc'lentreason. week, "be careful or you might by a Licensing and Bond- dealer. "Light. ,

tt: 'J.. a big saving to the farmers. to Induce a farmer t o bite 1 n to a pearl." Wednesday ing Act which regulates certain Those exempted from the Act I.V TILE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
start dealers in agricultural productswho include farmers, o of (- (' OF PI.OH- WANTED TO
e .'1[ There are too many good reasons some permanent pasturesthis night of last week a soldier was r groups n>.... IN LAND FOR HHAHKOHU
f j 9p. why a farmer should have fall, ifhetwlll see me, I be- contentedly eating away on an operate In Florida. This Act, farmers selling produce raised by 'OVNTY.IN INTERVIEWSeveral
lieve I can convince him enacted by the recent Legisla- themselves retail stores, or CHANCERY
beyond ;
order
'il 4' at least a few acres of improved of raw oysters (pleasetake Fred William Shore' Young; Ladi
J 1 pastures for his cows to enumer- doubt that he cannot afford to note! RAW oysters!), when ,he ture and signed by Governor Holland others who buy farm products for Plaintiff.VB Who Are High Sch((
,' miss this opportunity. called to Louis Pappas, "Come is meant to protect producers cash, or its equivalent; and deal- Mildred- Shore.Defendant.. No. 1409! Graduates

t ms: I October is pasture month. September here! I can't eat these oysters. of farm products and legiti- ers In dairy products. : .
In Is the month seed mate dealers in farm products Farmer Will BenefitIt ORDER OF SERVICE And Touch Typists
he will want. It requires years to buy They have rocks in them! NOTICE TO APPEAR
1;: to establish a good grass sod and, fertilizer, and prepare /ground. When Mr. Pappas went over against unscrupulous buyers and Is confidently believed by THE STATE OF FLORIDA: With a View to Traim
1 dealers who have long been ,a students of farm economics that To Mildred Shore, of Valdese, and Then
Employing
t ; 1 with proper management, the pas- Now, Is the time to tart: and took in the situation, he North Carolina. '
I, i kindly Offered to give him an- plague in the marketing of Flor- this law will result in the savingof It !Is hereby ordered that you are See Mr May Manage
I other plate of The sol ida eggs and poultry and varI- large 8Ums'of money to Flor- required to appear on the 6th day _
btu", Do You' Know A Boyd Hemingway RemodelsThe oysters. ous other and of of October A. D. 1941 before the
'dier protested. Finally, Mr. Pap- crops products ida producers. It Is believed thatit .boy* entitled court to the bill of WESTERN UNION TI
.
Named Charlie Florida tarrls.; It is believed that will eliminate the complaint filed against{ In the
ureenf Rev. L. G., Hemingway is pas offered $:S, and then $10 for (, practically above entitled you GRAPH COMPANYCONGRATULATION
and 'Bradford
la causes -
I farm-produced fOmmoditlee worth hazards of the credit In
the "rock but the soldier con system County Telegraph" It hereby
'
:St Does anybody know a 19-year spending approximately $900 in sistently refused, for it was a real trillions of .dollars. have been en- the handling of the farmers' eggs, designated an the newspaper In

r is old boy by the name of Charles making his home at 224 South oyster, "born and bred" in the trusted to'plausible, but irresponsible poultry, vegetables, livestock; and once which'a this week order. for hall four be consecutive published

l I' Green? Thompson street a mare comfortable Chesapeake: Bay' and "buttered"in 'buyer, upon the assur- other products of Florida soils, week"
t'' which to live. I-If ance that payment would be madeto herds,, and flocks.It WITNESS my hand and the Heal
: It you do please notify thee place Jn) the Guidon Grill. of this court at Starke Florida,
.! Bradford County Telegraph o r has covered the entire outside When the reporter Inquired the producer at some later will largely do away with thin. 3rd day of September, A. D. TOOUR
194t.OFFICIAL
Dick Satterfteld secretary of the walls with asbestos shingles, madea whether the oysters were tried or date. In actual practice, the "payoff" -.. the policy of "I will pay you tomorrow ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
t' Starke Chamber of Commerce. new tin gable roof, built a new stewed, Mlsa Dorothy Williamson, has. In numberless Instances, ." and substitute for it the Clerk of tnVt Circuit Court. TWO
'
Sam B
widowed front and screened- never been made. The Irrespon- policy of "cash the barrel Wilson
} Charles Oreen-, porch a new cashier, replied: "They were raw. on Plaintiff Attorney. 9-5 4t 9-26
",t\, mother, Mrs.. E. J. Green, who In back porch with a bath on one Cooking them would ruin the, sible buyer may have given a bad; head," thereby assuring the hon NEW COUNCILME:

lives in South Bloomlngvllle, Ohio, end of porch.Ho pearl." Whereupon the humble re- check or a solemn promise that est producer that the result of his

Is worried about him and would Is also changing the Interiorof porter answered, "From now on cash payment would b e made toll swill bring, in cash Instead of Dr. Purdon Murphy FROM:

4 like to hear from, him. the residence so that his family I'll take my oysters raw." within the next week or at the promises.In ,

as The last Mrs. Orson ,eard of will have their apartment In Miss Williamson: "Yes! and I'll end of 10, or 30 or 60 days, only addition, this Act would Dentist

j her son he was working in the front part of the house with have mine raw, too." to vanish and never return; thus tend to rid legitimate and ethical Over/ Jo-Jo's Place
j leaving the producer with an un- dealers of the unscrupulous com- City Drug: Store
r Starke, and she received word indirectly their own private bath, while
i 1 that he was seriously Injured there will also be a 3-room apart- ArrestedWillie paid claim which 'he could never petition of "fly by night" dealers, Corner Call & Walnut --
l1.1! Negro Boys
i In a rodeo somewhere In this ment with private bath for rent collect. who have neither capital nor (Former Location of

fc1 In the rear of the house. Albert and Junior Mc- Must Have License character, and who not only fleece Dr. J. W. Brownlee) SANDWICHESBEER

o :'daughter' Millan, young'uegro' boys, about To' correct this lUnhappy shun.tfon'Fldrldi't the farmers but are a source of Office Hours 9 to S Cffl

;1. added to her anxiety to receive In Navy Trade SchoolJohn 10.and 14 years of age respec- ala or4 responded worry and unfair trade practice to ,Nights) By 'Appointment
fi(! word of her son. tively, were arrested recently by to an apptktfrom'those who reputable dealers. -
+ \ Yulee Phelps of Starke, Policeman W. E. Thornton and had been fleeced, and passed a TVnaltlea Provided Phone 33

I Starts 23rd Year .who enlisted in the Navy through Sheriff A. O. Andreu for two Licensing and Bonding BUI, en- Appropriate penalties are provided Starke Fla. Jos. F. Rabeck
? :;
the Recruiting Station, Room 245: burglaries committed T h u rsday forceable ,by the Commissioner of In the Act for those who

e'A..' L. (Lonzl) Alvares is enter- postofflce building, Jacksonville, night of last week and prior to Agriculture. ,Under this Act, certain violate Its provisions. Any dealer

upon his 23rd consecutive has completed: recruit trainingand that time dealers In*agricultural pro- found guilty by .a court will be

e i:'i'i' year as marshal of the city of bas been assigned to the Aviation On Thursday night they broke ducts are required to obtain an subject to a fine of $50.00: to

''r j"", Starke\ following Tuesdays election Machinists School at the Into the store of S. R. Johns & annual license from the Commissioner $10000, or Imprisonment not ex-

m 2, in which he returned to office Naval Air Station, Pen acola. All Son, and stole a large quantity of of Agriculture "before en- ceeding sixty day with a' heavier EV NtHE

4I' I! without opposition. Such :youth enlisting In the Navy or chewing gum, two or three cartons gaging In the business of buying, penalty for a third or subsequent VINES

I:''i', popularity must be deserved. "The 'Naval Reserve have a n equal of cigarettes and $2 or $3 in receiving, selling, negotiating or offense. yEAal

,;, people have been mighty good to chance of entering one of the cash, according to Carl Johns. A soliciting the sale re-sale, ex- Forms are available at the REA SENj RE

:.: me, and I want them to know Navy's many trade schools. For night or two prior to that time change, or transfer of agricultural Inspection Bureau Department of 1 tHE

4g;\; that I appreciate It," Chief Al- further Information call at or they stole a quantity of grapes, products." the fee for this annual Agriculture. Tallahassee, to dealers OF

i; vares said between smiles on the write to the Jacksonville Recruit- peaches and other fruit from license is 1000. Furthermore, who are subject to this Act.

;,( morning after election. ing Station.CLASSIFIED Judii's fruit stand near the S. A. dealers are required to execute' a It !is requested that prompt ap-

L. depot. suitable Surety: Bond In ,the sum plication for license be made, and

M t ADS I of $1.000, or a, larger amount if that the necessary bond required

Miss Traffic Light? necessary, and such, bond shall of dealers shall be filled with the
t provide for the payment to pro Commissioner of Agriculture at / /

i;t NOTICE-Those interested m enrolling FOR SALE-2 Iota 50 x 100 feet. The traffic light on the cor- ducers of the proceeds L of .all farm once.

i children in Kindergarten, For Information see Mr. Lambat ner of Call and Walnut streets

n age to 6, please notify Mrs residence lip has been down for a few days MRS. ERSKINE TIIANKS I
t Lloyd ''Green or Call 86. 1t undergoing needed repairs. It has Rooming House
FOR SALE:-3 pedigreed male STARKE HOSTESSES
n i been missed by both motorists and Being ImprovedThe HNIVERSAR
puppies. Inquire at photo shop
(t FOR RENT-Bedroom. Close in. pede*trains; but they are free to '
4 at Morgan's news stand, 110 (Continued from page one)
married i
Two gentlemen or
go at any time from either direction Gardenia Tourist Home,
couple preferred. 603 W. Madl-1Ion. Call street. Itp there Is an Al erlca."
-provided they stop, look
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Rennolda
,
r+ ..,, lip FOR SALE-second-hand sewing and listen first It will be put up Lt. O'Callaghan has also askedme

e c Ght! machine. Box 431-A, Starke. Itp before Saturday, Chief A. L. Alvarez to express to the kind peopleof owners. Is underColng'a distinct
FOR RENT-Large front room Starke his change In
stated Thursday. Later on, .appreciation of the appearance-for the
with double bed Hot water WANTED TO BUY-Good clean when lights are easier to secure, hospitality shown his boys. better, of course. Up until a few

'r. :Meals if deal red.. Near school.Mrs. .- cotton rags. No buttons. Brad- the plan Li to purchase a new I also wish to thank those persons days ago It was: only a large
$ A. F. SAul., MacMahouSt. ford County Telegraph. tf one for that corner.: or families, who though they frame
St.. Starke. Itp did ret receive''' any young Eng building on the corner of

Daily cash market for cattle and Dr. Haynes BackDr. Il.Ihmen-bec&use there were not South Walnut and South streets.

: SIX ROOM HOUSE-Electricity, hoga. Auction Sale every :Thursday enough to go around-did. however Today It baa all the appearanceof

ii bath large lot.-Apply Mrs. beginning at 2:30: p. m. O. I* Haynes dentist who ., make the generous offer to a handsome new $25,000: brick

ar in '+$ Godwin 316 N. Cherry St., Columbia Stockyards, Lake City, had two or three ribs broken and have them In* their homes. If structure. IS NOW INPROG.RESSl

Starke. Itp Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. sustained other Injuries In an any of you were disappointed, you

t) D. ,lOdom, Jr.. P. O. Box 247. '. automobile accident three weeks may feel cheered, for on October The Ingram Roofing Co., of
to k e FOR RENT- FurnlshBd cottage, Starke Fla. tf ago today, returned to> his office 12 another group of R. A. F. Jacksonville is putting Inselbrlc

4 no Improvements; ft rooms Wednesday of'thls week. He has trainees ,recently arrived In the on the outside walls of the building i
I i available about Sept. 24th.. Mr*. FURNISHED COTTAGES on had his office all "spruced up"and U. S. A., will be'on our' radio which la !
a !.i L. M. Clark 1 1-2 miles out on Lake Santa Fe 0 miles east of la happy to be back at work. program and r should like Is guaranteed for 80
very years termite proof, and the
'I East Call Street. tf
Waldo.
Electric
lights, run- much to haw them here for our most critical
eo )t.r t. ning water. Inquire Lewis Pistol Toter dance eye cannot detect
PinchedNight the Saturday night before. any difference between It and
; FOR SALE-1933 Chevrolet 4- real '
Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla.tf This will be done If there are brick. The cost of Store-Wide Saving'
r door sedan at reasonable price police J. F. Shaw covering the Featuring
arrested -
enough home that
o;, j; for cash., Clean and in good James B. Allen would enjoy walls is approximately $2,000, l
en condition.: Call the TempleGara..e SALESMAN!: ANTfiDGOOD : Saturday night on two negro, having them for the night. Turn Mrs.' Rennolds stated Tuesday Needs!
charges- In On AllYour Fall
your names as soon as. In addition
or 120 North Cherry OPENING IN Bradford stealing and carrying a pUtol. He sible. pos to the above, theRennolda'

tp 9t Street. Itp County. Full time route selling "entered the garage of T. J. With thanks are adding two bedrooms
many again for
Rawlelgh Household up stairs and a
Products. screened-
a Terry, at Lawtey, and stole his that grand Southern
!'* EQUIPPED RESTAURANT-and Start now' Must have car. Get pistol" the hospitality in porch down-stairs. This now
't charges read. He CO
';' rooming house for sale at bar was shown over last week-end. I am gives the Gardenia 21 bedrooms. ,
more particulars. Rawteigh's, AND
picked up on the street of Starke K
C
td gain.-P. M. Walrath Agent, Dept. FAH-223-208. Memphis for carrying concealed Sincerely, The house has three baths. The SEA R S ROE B U

Keystone Heights Fla. 9-12 3t Tenn. 8-23 4tp: Allen Is In the County jail.weapons. Army Margaret YMCA.Ersktne. associate sec'y. be painting completed and all this of week.the work will





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