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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 19, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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and BRADFORD COUNTY Home of theSweetest i



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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Wants ,IF I.! .". ; Fair Rent Committee '

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lust Register SEPT> 17'1f t; 41. Named To Hear Complaints .J|


tlitious Names BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r .\ ', .

STARKE FLO t4 Will Seek To Promote Voluntary Coop '

L e fictitious Name Act. passed Block Factory eration Between Landlords And e; I

he 1941 Legislative session and FEDERAL WORKS ADMINISTRATOR JOHN M CARMODY HAS JUST
In effect, applies I Camp Personnel"The
ntly placed business firms In Starke' ADVISED ME THAT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT HAS OIVElfitfGREENLIGHT : :; Being BuiltTwo

( Bradford ny County. Under the TO THE 80525.00 PWA PROJECT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION purpose of the Fair Rent Committee Is to adjust

of this law, the trade names rental on houses, rooms, and apartments on an equitable

all businesses and ,professions OF COMMUNITY BUILDING AT STARKE. THIS BUILDINGIS State Road Department! basis:!!, giving land owners: a fair return on their investments

cept corporations[ mua.t, be DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR THE RECREATIONAL engineers-. Maurice Edwards, and at the same time protecting military personnel from > ,
with the Clerk of the of Starke, and L. R. Isbell, of profiteering "
by landlords. ,
>tered RELIGIOUS SOCIAL AND WELFARE NEEDS FOR THE MEN: IN THE unscrupulous !
Court in the county .Inch Lake City--are building at the
ult This was the nutshell explanation given b y Oscar ,
the principal place of bustle -;, US ARMY WHO ARE STATIONED AT CAMP BLANDING. THE BUDDING corner of Cherry and Jackson Johnson, field representative of the Office of Price Administration 'I f''> ,
streets just north of the Stark
j located. Instance, that IS TO BE OF CONCRETE FOUNDATION WITH FRAME WALLS FLOOR Ice plant a concrete block plant. Washington D. C.. concerning a meeting held #' g'l'tl''' '
means, for here Thursday of last week at which Fair"
L 1 it of your business! is'' AND ROOF. J They purchased last week from a Rent Committee -' \ Ij i'I;. \ Ii
name and W. U Wall four lots-about 283x: for Bradford County was set up. Similar committees i : I !
Store your
Quality Food must 150 feet-and are erecting the have already been organizedat
Jones, you
John
M to \ plant In the center of the Jacksonville Green Cove
in the Telegraph for LEX GREEN MEMBER OF CONGRESS. area. School Officials
publish legal advertisement .J Everything complete-lots, building Springs and other communities i

f weeks this a : equipment.-will cost approximately Confer In JaxThe in the vicinity ,of Camp

liar to 9000. Mr. Edwards. stated Bland intf.

.11.. .1'11., i. ...Uo. .!' to.._RMT<.*** : Lake Pollution tobacco Wednesday. County met Board in of Public session Instruction The meeting held in the

I hereby sjlven that First.Aid Class r Crop Ben Hall I Is building the frame"abed" special courthouse,, was also attended '
undirsUrMd. under the which will house the
pro- Clearing UpD. Saturday morning I n order to i ibllliting
ioni ofChapt.r 109lU. Law machinery "All the machinery by Capt. A. L. Oliver camp '
Acts of l 4l. will make plans for negotiating the : "
.f Florida wIth the Clerk of the I. Sigman and Charles Ho!. will be new and modern." Mr. officer who said,
rleta l For InstructorsJudge Poor 135.000 Federal loan which '
Returns was
lreult Court In and for Br dCounty. loway, sanitary Inspectors wltn Hall said. "The concrete mixer "Some people are charging

lour,NI nam., Florida of .The. the Quality flcl the Bradford-Clay County Health and everything will be run by granted along with a 976.801 donation 200 to 300 percent. more rent

...t Store, under which -1 am Unit have spent several days recently 'in Bradford electricity." Work was started on for an addition to B. H.. S. than they were a year ago t
000 Call St., Eightythreefarmers'
at
lurko,bunln"n.Bradford County Flor- E. K. Perryman, chair In the Kingsley Lake area the plant Tuesday, and the .hed" Tuesday Dr, W. E, Middleton, We are willing to pay good

L man of the Bradford County Red checking up causes and cures for County grew 118,200 poundsof la expected to be completed withIn Superintendent H. V, Knight Attorney rental, but we are not going "

Ill John Jones,Bradford.99 Walnut County St. Cross Chapter, has received word the polluted waters in that beau- tobacco'In 1941, for which they three week. "Hut the wet to pay for a house In a year and

t. illa.k"l a .- day of __.., t hat national headquarters will, tiful lake received 22100.00, or an average weather has made the water so for the Board, and San not get a deed to It." ,

'It, send a representative here to con- "We have had all the cooperation of 18.7 cents per pound, according: high we can't dig the holes more 'ford Goins, Gainesville architectwho It was emphasized that cooperation .

r this notice has been pub- duct a training course for first we could ask from the residents to L. T."Py r. Bradford's Agricultural than 18 Inches before they fill up, I drew up plans for the addition between the Fair Rent Com

ed four times the newspaper aid Instructors during the twoweeks' of that section," said Mr Agenti While 123 person and we require 5-foot holes" Mr to the school, went to Jacksonville mittee, the landlord, and Camp of ,

nlshes an affidavit to this ef- period beginning October Slgman tn commenting on the had aUottnents to grow tobacco Hall stated Wednesday : to confer with I'. W A. flcUU at the present time must '

which the business man then 6. situation last week, "and I am only 83'Hook advantage oft "We will be open for business : be purely voluntary, although legislation
officials, B. Freeman, Finance
IS to the Clerk of the Court .It was emphasized that this sure the matter will be clearedup Mr Dyers slated. sometime between October 1 and Is now pending In Con- ,
course is designed for those who ; I Review officer, and Ttollln flitter, f
; purposes of registration. In a short while "The quality of the tobacco was 1S: Mr Edwards said "and our grass giving the President power <
wish t o become Instructors In office will be October 1 acting Regional Director of Region
I law statesIt : Mr. Dyerontlnud, open re- to set rents and appoint an administrator ..
first aid and those who take It very poor No. 4.
/ gardlesH. "We will be In the
for the
h- shall be unlawful for HollingsworthBuilding because of the: drought In the purpose of :
must be above the age of 18 years. ready-mixed concrete business-. S. E. Sparks, Chairman of the I control.
person or persons, to engage spring and toOj much rain at barest
The classes will be held five } Home concrete blocks of all dimensions, County Board, Is confident that
| Dullness, under a fictitious time Tff average price for "Stsrke hss a high rent rating
nights a week Mondays through re-lnforced concrete pipe etc. Our the loan can be rained without
unless said fictitious 20.S that Is almost In
me name Georgia. and Florida was unparelled the ;
Fridays, in three-hour sessions Frank C. Hollingsworth Is build- office business," continued Mr. floating bonds. The Board also "
I be registered with the clerk cents pound"Rosier United States, Mr, Johnson said.
Judge Perryman urges that ing a six-room bungalow-type residence per Edwards, "will be all branches of suggested In Us Saturday meet.
|t the circuit of the county where 1 i "It l 1. all right to get a fair return -
each organization in town send on his lot 80 x 130 which 'civil engineering, land surveyingand log that., the Superintendent fill 4 I
i principal place of business Is, but remember that the
one or more representative?) to he recently purchased from Mrs Builds Home sub-divisions." out application for P, W. A. funds
icti registration shall consist Army can very easily declare the ,
[filing with the clerk an affl- the course. Those who wish to Bertha Pearce Immediately to the Burton Rosier, employe of Qulg. Mr. Edwards stated that they for 'additional teachers' salaries entire town out of bounds. It
take it may leave their names at rear of her Madison Street resi would not be In' business for and the transportation pupilson
Ivit signed by all interested per- ey Ot: Davis. moved Into his new will pay to cooperate with Camp '
his office In the courthouse.' dence. Ills home is on the corner Stark. alone. "There Isn't a plant. account of Increased attend l
week officials }
., stating under; oath the home Tuesday of last just Bit down at the table
i of all those Interested in of Monroe and South Streets.J. three weeks from the day work of this type, nor a registered ance occasioned by the establishment together and decide what U a fair i'illil I I, .
D. Ricks Is the contractor.The..rssIdeoceWf1Lbe,2. land of Camp Blending In this !
business enterprise, the ex- Ought To Be A LawOne 01the bousq! was begun. Thehbmefirin engineer or registered surveyor rental. '

tof t the interest"of'' each, and > & X..&tt Mrs.' Bertha Pearte'asl1bdlvlslon tn 'Union Baker or Itrafl- vicinity. After the local committee kas I t

> fictitious name under'' whichd afternoon last week J. L. feet, of frame construction with on Lafayette street ford County." (That is, except Mr. decided upon a "fair rent," It III : ij '

| business Is carried on. Said SUcox, extra police. arrested a concrete terrace. It will have south a diagonally 'across the. street from Edwards and Mr. shell, for both Falling Oak Limb then ready, to hear grievances.Each I I'' "

who lying "deadto screoned-in porch on the S, E. Sparks' residence. of them are registered;! engineers., )
nratlon may not be made un drunk man was Cars Individual'case will be actedon
side with an entrance from the Doth Mr.\ Edwards and Mr. Isbell Damages
the person or persons conned the world" In the entrance to also screened-ln The home Is not yet completed, separately, ana there must be
porte-cochere; a have been with the State Road
shall have advertised in- the apartment of Mr. and :Mrs. West. but Mr. and Mrs. Rosier have Thursday afternoon of last specific written complaint signed
the rear-
sleeping porch at of Florida for 11krears
f-.tion to register said fictitiousat JImmie Van Dlen up-stairs over It will' be completed I In about moved Into It and work on it will Department and two month., and both week, about 2:30: o'clock( a strong by the person who thinks the, rent

least once a week for Janova's drug store. Mr Silcox proceed until It Is finished. It is wind accompanying a heavy rain, being asked him Is unfair. 1,
three weeks. In to
have turned resignations
r consecutive weeks in some had a difficult: time waking the I P. L. Bridges, engineer on the a L bungalow type with five rooms take effect October 1.Louis' blew it large over-hanging limb If a voluntary agreement/ cannot .

paper in the county where man up so that he couM move Seaboard has purchased the lot and bath. It has one unique feature off a huge tree which stands on be reached after 80 or 90 i

registration is to be made. I him to the City Jail so the Van Mr. Hollings which should be of Interestto the south side of the Methodist. (day, one of two things will be
100 120 adjoining
x
|"The penalty for failure to com- Dlen'a could get up to their apart- worth to the South-corner Mon Floridians In the summer. It Army Store church The limb fell directly done, It was said: ((1) The Army

with this law shall be that ment. He finally had to slap him roe and South streets; while J. W has two double-windows In the I Louis Shafkln's new army store across Jefferson Street, and dam. may declare the entire town or I i !

ither: the business nor the memo In the face two or three times to. Andrews. Jr., has bought the next' living room one double windowIn at 323 Temple Avenue will open aged, slightly two automobiles the particular property In question .
him awake. the dining room, and two there. Freeman Rhoden's "out of bounds or ((2) President :
nor those Interested in doing get lot to the South-100 x 120( -on for business on September 23, he parked ,
business may defend or 'The Van, Dlens said that thereIs the corner of Lafayette and Mon- double windows In the front bed announced Wednesday. It I la '37 V-8 Ford sedan had the left Roosevelt, after passage of legislation

Mntain suit In any court of this nearly always somebody on the roe. It is understood that both room. Louis' Army Store, and will be side of the top and hood slightly now pending, will straighten "

ate, either as plaintiff or dedant roof or in the entrance so they I of these men will erect homes on housed hi his new building which mashed while the '39 Chevrolet the matter out through an ad I

until this law is corn- rarely ever have a peaceful hour. their lots at an early date., These Mrs. Lula' Kite also houses Sam Gottlieb's photograph belonging to Noon Burney had the ministrator.As .

ted with, and further 'that any Loafing In such a place is about I are all to be first-class homes ascertain gallery whole top pushed In. Only a appointed' by Mayor. K, D. : ,i

son violating this law may the came. as loafing on somebody's restrictions are being Mrs. Lula Kite. age 68, died at He will carry a full line of miracle saved someone from passIng Walnwrlght, Jr., the local Fair '

'Ie Information filed againstby front porch. placed on the territory. her homer In Starke at-8:30 A. M. Jewelry and military equipmentjust along at that time. In addition Rent Committee Is comprised! of: r

anyone aggrieved or Deed Thursday after a brief Illness. as do the other two stores to one large limb falling, Dr. M. B. 'Ifertong, W T Gluts, J'

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optr court and charged with a Mrs. Gentry yet been set awaiting the arrivalof Camp Standing Jewelry and 'Mili was cut off test more and worse A. Davis. J. E. Wilson the Rev.

emeanor, and upon convlc- W. Thomas, World War J. L. Gentry had her right a son-in-law, J. T, Anderson, tary Headquarters and the Rogers damage be done to lives and prop A E. Llghtfoot, W. B. Bewell. and "

thereof be fined the sum of veteran, died at the Veterans' knee badly bruised and a severe from Birmingham, Ala. The Rev.A. Jewelry and Army Store both on erty. Mr. Walnwrlght :

or be sentenced to Jail for Hospital at O'Teen, N. C., at 2:03: : shock when the '35 Chevrolet E. Llghtfoot, pastor of the Call street.Clerk Policemen A. L. Alvarez and W. I

toy, or both." p. m. Monday. Ills body arrivedIn which she was driving collided Baptist Church, will preach the E. Thornton and Utility superintendent Polar Hear Continues i iJOIJ.
morning, funeral, and Interment will be In Johns aided. by thestreetcleaning )
it to explained that the purposethe Starke Wednesday with a '40 V-8 pick-up truck be- On Vacation Berry
law Is to acquaint the pub- and the funeral was preached at longing to Mathews Dairy about 'revatt Cemetery Funeral arrangements crew soon had the F. Rabeck Is an Ideal i
t
afternoon by are In charge of the street opened for traffic. Mr landlord.! When the of
With the names of those re- 3 o'clock'ednesday 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.The City Clerk Carl Johns Is enjoy- proprietor
Ible In case, of suit when ale the Rev. Harry Pickup of Gaines front part of the car she DeWitt C. Jones Funeral In Home.Brad- ing a week's camp at Horseshoe, Thornton stated that the City carried the Polar Bear-Clarence Zing- .
which belonged to Mrs. Kite was reared H. Insurance to take care of helm-found It difficult tn keep I
a otherwise operated flcily. ville. was driving on the Gulf below Cross City.
the Jones-Lang- J. RIgdon, was ford County, and was a consistent sueh cases.Cottage. his business open owing to the
ll In addition to her father, J. E. Tucker and T. Frank Landrum
The Bradford ford-White Post American Legion, demolished, and the truck was member of the Baptist" Church have spent several! days with him fact that the soldiers are away i t'

1 be pleased County Telegraph eight soldiers from Camp Blan- badly damaged at the left front. She is survived by one son. Lester, during the week.JJlultl.Eared. To Reopen for an extended period on maneuvers f
to assist tn MrsJ.
daughter,
you Kite. Starke; one
MrGentry's Mr. Raybeck cooperatedwith
firing occurred near
and a accident
The
Publication of the notice furg ding, two buglers T. Anderson. Birmingham Ala.; I Kaufman, of Miami I '
took part !In the home about 3 1-2 miles Harry him. "It's a fine business. !r
> of six, Corn
necessary blanks, and will squad were the Raiford road., Mrs. three grand-children: Miss Luclle ) Beach has made a substantial Mr. Rabeck said Tuesday, "and If I
1 Arrangements
de out
< on .
funeral rites.
further Information If you Anderson. Birmingham; Mrs. Albert with W T. Clute, realtor, I'll the
her mother. deposit he can't keep It open, buy
1 C. Jones had Just taken H.ll-
of
call of DeWItt Gentry Norman
at In charge and L. J, ,dirs. Caroline
our office. and was Newman Starke; and confidently expects to open business myswlf." Rent, payment 41
to church,
had made his home Mrs. RIgdon. hal brought to our
Thomas bronn
Mr. Ed alone when thecollision Kite; 'and, three great-grand Springs the Cottage. Dining room at the on his new fixtures!: and otlleexpen.ees
per At Rotary for sometime with his brother. returning home Mr. Gentry children: Albert Newman, Jr., office a multiple ear of corn contaIning Intersection of Temple Avenue go on even though bUIIInelUI i- '
three took
I He spent place. and 12
Thomas at Dover. Del an 'Newman, and Alice one large ear street October 1. Miss Mr.
Sidney and Call by Is slack, and Zlnghelm
truck was
at milk
County Agent I* T. Dyer wa weeks In the Veterans' Petersburg Hospital stated. The toward Raiford on Fay Newman all of Starke. smaller ears around the base. Men-is Martin operated It for sovi closed his doors for a few days I' ,
t'Peaker Pines, near St. travelling
at the Rotary Club Bay eral week until recently. last week.
eoJne < weeks In the hospital Road 48 and she was on a side )
day and three
of business asking for. cooperaof at O'Teen. He was a member of road going East Into the high : :, r t."-; Mr ant Mrs. Kaufman operated :Mr Zlnghelm manufacture :; .1,

II1aklng the men of Starke the Church of Christ.He way when they collided. The ( if3i : "The Tides' 'at Virginia Beach several flavor of Ice cream and :Y Ysheroet

d County approaching Brad- Is survived by three broth- driver of the truck was unhurt Va. until Hept. IS, when II cloned In sddltlon to but maltedsollk. t',
Fair
tul the most sue Thomas of Starke; Sheriff A. O. Andreu broughtMrs. for the summer, They will specialize The place Is clean and Ii'
ever Nick
ted that held here. Mr. Dyer ers- Thomas of Lake Butler; Gentry Into town where she New tis In chicken dinners and old- cozy, and It la to be hoped that It J; ,

!'t Vl betng agricultural exhibit Henry Ed Thomas of Dover; and received treatment. There was i fashioned coo k I ng. Mr. Clute call be saved to Starke. They t 4t
stressed and read the and .
Chevrolet.Y stated Wednesday will hot chocolate, cookies,
't t of Mrs. W. E. Thorn- no Insurance on the carry
Premiums four sisters;
t tannera being offered to :Mrs C. M. Dennl- "They a rein Miami buying candles. etc.. In addition to the
In this section. More ton, of Starke; Faculty
n 1300 In prizes wlu be dlstri- son Hampton; Mrs. S. B. Dennl- Dance At ArmoryThe furnishings and equipment to above.
lied and Mrs. Iva Car- make it on. of the finest eating .
by br 1
thc Plant City;
blte Jones-Langford son Ga. Army YMCA's dance wUl r,1 places in this section," Mr. Clute A Raw Deal
American of Valdosta
ter
Post ,
a+ore of Legion be held at the armory tomorrow embers ,,. said. WhUe only a deposit has
'fed business the fair! :Mr. Dyer night: ( Saturday), beginning at tAt been put up thus far, he con- The "roving reporter" broke all

.bitl men to have ex Get Certificates 8:30 o'clock. All young ladles oa r fidently expects the learn to be other engagements and was the

on the fair grounds also the Y'. Invitation list are cordl signed this week. I first, last and only one present ; ,
Bertha Taylor x '
Misses Ethel and Invited to attend. After the st the regular! meeting of the .
ally
era Changes Hands returned last Friday from Day- from maneuvers. City Council-the third Tuesday
return
a soldiers Takes X-ray CourseMrs. MIn
spent
1 ton Beach where they will be held every September-lsst Tuesday night
(:' of Florida these dances ;: '
.Id Kathleen the Han recently week at a University and Saturday night through October, ,3.114s. : : tai. Mary Lee BUvernall. registered Inquiring around he learned that ,

tnlple! Cm Restaurant on "short course" in Insurance until the soldiers leave again In nurse In the office of Dr, because Carl Johns, City Clerk I ;
sent '
fc i Avenue to Mr.. and Mrs office practice. They were November. I, M. B. Herlon 1* In Tampa this wanted to go fishing the Council

r, -name-"lom. The Odoms changed with salaries and all expenses Civilians who will take part In .::1 rcc I week taking a special course In held Its meeting last Friday night, s

of the restaurant to paid by the H. C. Wall Insurance the vaudeville show that the Y X-ray. Mrs. SUveroall was with officially declared' the successful '
'l'I'7bodY's "Out
IQ Lunch. Agency Mr. Wilson stated.in the U sponsoring to welcome the men I Four of the new faculty members at B. H. S. are shown Dr. Herlong five years ago. but candidates In last Tuesday's election I 1 '- i'! '

addition to Mrs. Odom, Miss of 275: who registered back are asked to come out for Miss Fay Peterion. junior high; has been In the operating room at elected and adjourned. And .4 : i
'ret Wilson said "only above. Bottom row, left to right: : -'ii.SEP .
::118 Iris Wilson, of JoI1amI. and Khool. Mr. and practice Tuesday night or con Leonard, commercial. Top row: Mrs. Bonnie Bur- the Duval County Hospital Jacksonville ,nobody told the reporter anything
Lee Caa.ela of Brooker 12t received certificates who U directing Miss Phyllis four about the meeting. What a dealt "
".5 Iq emPloyed there. M:. Odom, Ethel and Bertha made grades" of tact the Nat performance.Steinberg, nett commercial; A. W, Bates, mathematics and band Instructor. for the past years. I
cent.
the
and 85 per
meat business-. 91 per cent


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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TfaUEGRACTI. 8TARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEI TIV;
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should give even more aid to Great Britain. were business visitors to Jacksonville In CIrcuit COUrt.llra
The Bradford AROUND LAWTEYBy last Monday. P'lorlda.ln Chan dfory
County Telegraph /
Berry ,
VII ry
' ? In case the Gallup Polls are questioned, Leslie Phillips who has been a day, Ortoher;! Eugene aqt// !t
Entabllaluid 1877 isolationists are referred to past records- patient at St. Vincent's HospitalIn ant. Eugene 8th", jk ,

fnblJ hed'Weekly -on Friday and-Entered -.,; Sec- particularly] in elections. The results reveal Mrs. Simeon Phillip Mr. and Mrs. Alan the Roth home and of Jacksonville, has returned of concealll"rids proeeee cannotlheM, wh hy411'let 01.p:
family are occupying home. .. '
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cod Class Matter at I the font Office at Stark Fla. that Doctor Gallup and his associates are Mr. and Mrs. Karl Edwardsand Mrs. H. H. Hlne. filed qualred .tl .tPkear
better forecasters than moat of their critics. Infant daughter, Gayle, have Orchids to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friends of little Gene, Norman, Order to be PlIhliNhed hln,: h'reo 10,
SUBSCRIPTION KATKfYearly where son of Mr. and Mrs. Othma Nor- for tour 01\\
moved to
Keystone Heights con."utlV" .
Peele! Their new store Is Law.tey' ford County ( w. .;:
'.75: Six Months, tiles they will make their home. Mr. latest attraction. They have man, will be happy to know that paper Telofraph '
Most Of"Worry About "Morale" Edwards is employed at Camp also opened a restaurant.The he has returned home after being f9).UIty.. l stark< Ftotid: a, S.,
confined to a Jacksonville
IMBUE VERSE Is So Much 'Wasted EnergyThe Standing Mrs. Edwards la to Lawtey P.-T. A. sponsoredan (OFF/CUr. ,
toi > with a broken arm. GAL,
station hospital
ylfl} yI4h "Then they that gladly received his word were manage a: f lllnjf: In Key Ice Cream Supper lost Friday Clark t9rcult 0\ I'
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fellow 'who engages in loose chat- stone. The Sub-Sub-Sub Debs, of Law- County, Florida curt. hI
baptized; and the same day there were added unto night In the school cafeteria.. A I'1
about Mrs. Mae Wells was a business tey welcome Linda Cdrradlne backto
ter the American Army not being
them about three thousand soul. And they con- large crowd attended. Everyone --
school here once again. Linda
and good is. selling his short and visitor to Stark Monday, reports lovely time.-So let's
: f' tinued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine country may F. R. Carr'adln' and daughter a has spent the past summer In the NQTIrn 0..
A fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and In later find that he has made the sajne miscalculation Linda enjoyed a pleasure trip to have another.. north and we know that she ,Fun....,.'r t,\PPl.tfl Itlro: ;
n nn prayers. as did Herr Hitler when the Jacksonville Tuesday. While there Mrs. Bill Plummer was the must be happy to be back with That OF.IN l IS BU. 'II. rIII}
"And fear came upon every soul; and many they visited Mrs, Stella Carradlne. week-end guest of her brotherinlaw her friends and play-mates. Linda Certificate M, Park, annoI4
Fuehrer discounted the of the Russians N. 202, "
wonders and signs were done by the apo Uell- power Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hanson, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mar I. la the third grade. day. oC Augu.t A. D. iltf
ff'n>+ utr And they continued dally with one accord In the and thought he could smash the Red who have operated the Gulf Station vin Hazen in Starke. Dan Harley spent Sunday after "ppllrqtlon Name In my for.ttle' Ned h.b
u temple, and, breaking bread from house to house, army in thirty days. here for tne past year, left .' Mrs. Joe Shuford has returnedto noon In Starke.K. I".ue.l thereon, a tat Sal d dee
did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of Governor Holland who last week tot make their home In her home In Jacksonville after B. Harrell of Palatka visited Property embrace In the the d
rnuntt
recently returned ,
heart, praising God, and having favor with all Hudson; N. Y. 'As yet, the station a visit with her parents, Mr. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. L. fort State nf Florida, tar
the people. And the Lord added to the Church from an inspection tour, says that is unoccupied.. Mrs. M. B. Plummer. Harrell, Sunday. T s.Ey! R.of 22 NW'4 E.'. of SW4 &eo.
dally such as should be eaved."-Acts. 2:41.43: ; you can discount rumors about lack of morale MM. J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Mrs. O. J. Phillips spent Mon- Had a card from Bill Harrell more or leiS. c"nllllnlnr' !II<
rl rl.1r' 1 ,ia 46-57. in our armed forces as pure propaganda. Starke was vIsiting Mr. and Mrs. day m o r n 1 ng In Jacksonville who la attending the Motor Trans el'ty The under a."e..n'.nt tht Jf the u
1 v vIel George Roberts Tuesday after transacting business. port School at Fort Moultrle S. suad.) wall In oalo1 rort""f,
lie the spirit of the half million soldiers ]- the name
says a CorbIn. of
.Yr noon. Mrs. A. G. McKinney has returned C. Says he's fine but that he
;..r td Young Men Of The South in Louisiana is as fine as any he saw i Mrs. R. A. Griff was a business to her home In Birmingham misses Lawtey and the home .redeemed Unleas. said' eOI'II' lira Ie ,

Ready To Fight For Their LibertyA during World War 1. The men are getting visitor to Jacksonville! last Ala., after a visit with her folks.Anyone aold property: to deactlhed a'enrdlng Iherola 10 h'
rryc Friday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ar- having news for the courthouse the hlgh.el hidda
better food better medical] and better door'
, letter from a resident of Edmondson care, The many' friends of Mrs. John wood. Telegraph make a note of it and day In the month on of the lit
alf County, Ky., to the editor of a large daily training than the soldiers of 1917-18, the Shuford 'wll(? r reveals that out of the 10,000 Governor reports. "Our boys are all right, she is seriously !ill In St: Vincent Gene, spent last week In Marianna the drug store. This Is your col- Dated this 3rd
day
newspaper Hospital I In 'Jacksonville. Mr. with relatives. umn and we want you to give bar, 1941.OFFICIAL.. of
and will be able to it if required to ( .
f r persons living In that county, some 200 have prove Shuford spent Monday In Jacksonville Mrs. Frank Wells and daughter, birth dates and everything.So Clerk ot Circuit SEALA) i ,
"
rh. .
volunteered in the nation's armed forces. make the supreme test, he says. visiting her. Maryanne and Mrs. Effie Miner long 'till next week. County, Florid Court 'y,1,I

This is about one out of every fifty persons, The impressions gained by Governor

applied to the nation as a whole, it would Holland would indicate that the great hue 't
'
mean a volunteer force of about 2,600,000men. and cry recently loosed on the subject of
'Q
bad morale among young men in our Armyis

The writer remarked that since the the result of a lot of sob-sister writers

.1: isolationist sentiment apparently is strongest ]lending too willing an ear to the indoor

north of the Ohio River and east of the sport of harmless griping that is so popular

Missouri, the South and West would gladly wherever and whenever a group of men in w

assume the burden of furnishing the man uniform gets together. The same "spirit" I

power for national defense if therest of can be found in any military school or col-

"' d Rn v't nK the country would furnish the money t and lege throughout the country. The boys gripe

U supplies-without profiteering.If about the food, gripe about their instructors .
gripe about this that and the
other ,.
a congressional voting is a key to the
a 1 I. sentiment of the people, the writer .is correct But just let some outsider utter a few dis-
aSe paraging remarks about the' place, and see
in assuming that the Middle West and
what happens!
UeT East are the strongholds of isolationism.The .
rpt farms of the Middle West, however, Naturally our soldiers had rather be
t have always furnished more than their back on their regular jobs, with their sweethearts WANT

: i share of Navy volunteers, and it is doubtfulif and families than to be in Uncle

"I I e ea t the intense isolationism in the Congres- Sam's Army. Naturally the mess hall I pie H

sional block from this territory is a real reflection doesn't compare with the "kind that mother
1 of the feelings of the people. used to make." Naturally their commanding

I i The spirit of the letter, however, correctly officers are all the nasty things their teachers

] reflects the feelings of the South and used to be called in school. But this

nQ the West, where the people are ever ready doesn't mean the boys won't stand up and Hundreds of Additional Housewives To Dis-

Q e to defend their country, their ideals, and fight, or won't take their training seriously)

their way of life. The people of these sec when they are finally convinced of the cover the Quality Thrift and Convenience
tions still cling to a belief passed on to them danger to themselves and their folks back ,

fighting from an for.earlier day-that freedom is worth home The* soldiers we have come in contact of Twin-Pack Bre d and Redi-Cut Cake

1L : with at Camp Blanding are far from being -

; a The Isolationist War Polls the moody, melancholy drips depicted i in "

Fail To Give A True PictureNot many recent magazines and newspaper ar

satisfied with the results of Gallup tides. Of course we've heard a little grip DESCRIPTION *
ing and then
Polls, which show that, while the American now but we always thought

',t people do not desire war, they prefer war to griping in the Army was just a matter of
course, like athlete's foot and red bug bites.
a Nazi victory and are in favor of a strong

stand against, the Japanese expansion program
even at the risk of all-out hostilities, No More Encouragement To Buy

r f fJ't isolationists have taken to their own ques- More Than You Can Afford

a e tionaires. These are quoted copiously in i The days when a "dollar down and a Southefi I )

(r 1 speeches and written propaganda to the effect dollar a week" would buy anything from an sttfEO Ilia -taus r.n t. t ,

t'tt ', that some nine out of ten United States electric ice box to a fur coat are gone-if 'BREAD

citizens are opposed to mixing in what theychoose not forever, at least until the threat of in

to call the "imperialistic" war be flation resulting from the defense boom I is 11 a

tween the British Empire and Communist over.

Russia on one side and an imperialistic The Government finally stepped in and I

minded Germany on the other.In limited installment buying. Henceforth in

-' ,M every poll where the American people stallment buyers must make a substantial i T WI.|| PAC K BREAD This famous loaf lED 1-C Y T CAKE A clever new product

.I'' T.I' have been asked "Do you or do you not down payment, and installments cannot be is easily recognized by its unusual, convenient packNothing else like it 8 big even slices of fine 2-Iajef

K want to go to war?" the answer has been distributed over more than an eighteen age. Look for the twin halves individually{ wrapped,.. gold] cake on a tray, in separate.compartments, ready
1
3 3I unalterably opposed to United States entry. month period. a feature which permits you to serve one half while Heed, ready to serve.
Such a question is oversimplified. It does Heaviest hit the
are articles that you save the other, which stays fresh in its protective Redi-Cut Cake permits you to serve 3 or 4 portion
not take into consideration the millions who American buyers can conceivably do'with. ; !!
wrapper.May at one meal and save the rest 'til later. .Replaceableo )
answer "No, but out. Buyers of both new and used unserwl'
The isolationist biles must generally be found surrounded by the praiseof cellophane wrapper protects freshness of
poll is much like walking pay a third of the price in cash.
thrifty Southern portions, eliminates] stale I .cake waste saves Inonerithrift
up 'to a man, catching him off guard, Also included in this list are power boats housewives who admire quality, Lw
and asking "Do you want to fight?" Most outboard motors, motorcycles and aircraft. and convenience. Four popular kinds: Chocolate.I Caramel, 4Twin..Pack
Baltimore and Chocolate, ,
Variety 2-in-l ((4 slices
I peaceable citizens will automatically answ'ertlNo Less restricted are household articles Bread 'comes in two varieties All slices filled and
," but as the realization of what is like mechanical White Lady Baltimore)-all generously
happening refrigerators, washing ma and 2-in-l (HaIE-White-Halt-Whest.) They'realways than
iced-only 29o less
each. A real for
treat
becomes clear, they almost invariably chines, ironers, vacuum cleaners: stoves fresh-watch for them at taste *
your grocer could '
continue, "But if you want to start something radios, etc. The down payment required i is you bake at home. Found at good grO'

that is a horse of a different color" only 20 percent. Furnaces, oil i I burners, I

e.tI So it is with the United States as a water heaters, pumps plumbing and sani
nation. It has tried to live peacefully with tary fixtures for household
ur I Ina use are in the .. REWARD
its neighbors, and its citizens, collectively 15 per cent down payment category. Lowest *

and individually, are not out looking for possible first payment is 10 percent, and "

trouble. But if trouble comes along, and refuses can be used only to purchase new household Generous
to get out of the way, that is a dif furniture, including ice refrigerators bedsprings ".' rewards are offered all thrifty Southern housewives who purchase

ferent story. For proof, see the ]legitimate mattresses and pianos. .1 :<,' these products. Twin-Pack Bread and Redi-Cut Cake will please the family

t polls that take into consideration the conditions Immediately] effective is the ruling that t[ palate and preserve ,the family purse. Their clever packages will keep them

rt the average citizen tacks on to his an- credit extended for less than $1,000 on home constantly fresh and eliminate stale bread and cake waste. They never vary
.swer when he says, "No, I don't want repairs or alterations must not from the
war. extend over a % same high quality that has made them the popular favorites in thousands .
Isolationists say convoys mean war, longer period than eighteen months. Effec upon thousands of Southern homes.
therefore there should be no convoys-56 tive on October 1st is a new eighteenmonthruling

percent of the people favor convoys according for all installment loans of $1,000 or FOR
+ to.the Gallup Poll. Isolationists screamed less. Regulations unfit tighten further after FURTHER INFORMATION

t against the occupation of Iceland-61 per January 1942, when no payments of less VIM. your favorite; food store end eik for Twin-

,4 eeaflU cent of the people approved and only 17 per than $5.00 per month will be allowed. .Pack re Southern Breed end product N.di-Cut end Ceke none by other orae.offer Both the

i if cent were definitely against it. Isolationistsflirt In the past, installment buying has thrift and convenience of their exclusive feature.

'* with the idea of a negotiated peace62 been an incentive to salaried workers to buy

1, percent of the people oppose such a set more than they could afford. The tragedy ia'gewe 1'Y

tlement and only 20 percent favor it. Isolationists of installment buyers losing their ,quit \\\ ( 'k//"u, Scws/
Itr say the people oppose Roosevelt through inability to keep ;'up the payments /CU4 I I ,

because his policy will lead us to war-76 has been a common occurrence. r 1' With the levinf. you n .ke when /
I percent of the people said Whatever you regularly eerve Twin-Peek
,tek as far back as the immediate Inconveniences Breed end
B.di
-Cut Cake I
you A /
last June that they approved the the ultimate benefits of the installment buy cea buy Defence StaID,. and p d
I foreign policy, and 22 percent believed he ing curb are easy to see. serve your country.



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Bradford Junior Class News vril.property Htat. In of the Florida County, to-wlt of ; Brad-

r -: County High School Journal 810V, of Nt.:'* SectIon S3 Town-
: :-: n-\v .hlp H Houth. Itanc 10 Eact, containing I
40 arrn, mor or lee.. If
The Junior class is making The HUK'imment, of the said property
plans to sponsor the refreshment under the sLId certificate Imied *-
w... In the of KII*
nam
rJJRI\L STAFF Football Facts booth at the football games We Wilson faf.tnlams .

&dlwr.lnChiefarJorie 8.# Club Organised Last are proud to say that a largenumber unlit certificate shall b*

Thompson Week And FanningsThe of our class Is represented red property..*mil dtmrrlbed Bcrnrdlnv therein to. law will the bold

Reporters in the new "B" Club. to th* hIghest bidder. at the
social Iargie Mathewa. During the latter half of the Vice-president Andrews. apply to the :Membership Com backs on the Bradford ,team courthouse door on the fIrst Monday -
) For the benefit of those who
SilcoX, In the month of October: 1S",
first period Wednesday September Secretary-Margie Matbews. mittee. This committee also has expect to get somewhere this sea .
DOrothY GreenpedI were in doubt about the noise which I I. the ,Itt* day of October
Treasurer-Ralph Nettlea. of faithful son. Note the new light pads 141. .
10. approximately 150 charge keeping only
Features boys coming from Mrs. Walnwrtght's .
atd this
27th day of AURuat.
OVid Futeb Joe and girls from grades seven With experienced leaders such members in the "B" Club. they have JIs because they home room Thursday morning we I l 4t.OFFICIAL.
liarf The above named committee Is have such a load to carry that Is, ( SEAT. A. J. Thomas
Lander through twelve including: (1) all as these and the teachers from five who the responsibility of winning" all shall attenmpt to explain. It was CUrk of circuit Court of Bradford
Roberts committee of
....__- patsy grades seven through twelve backing a were just a portion of the class practicing -.County., Florida |.|. 41 *-l*
Mae Parker students who have an average of selected by the president and her our games?! And speaking of up on football yelllOne!

.5 ".----_- Buddy Davis B or better In the scholastic field us, we should make much co-officer last Friday. They are. backs Nettles will play this year, part wanted to sing one In Clrrult Court. Hradfor County.,
ort* and who have not made D'. contrary to public opinion. The song. Florida.-In Chancery. Add). IIrant. ,.-
_"H Douglas HaztnIfUl any progress and Insure the fact that Ida Lulu Davis, Fay Yarbrough while the other part wanted an. v*. Mary Hryant. On Monday -
_. ((2) all who are class officers and,; this club will continue. through Marjorie T h o m pa 0 n, Douglas Tornadoes bave elected him to other. The result was noise. Who October. 5th. l.4t, the defendant -
: (3) all who have the serve as captain. To back him Mary Hryant Whose reeldeni
reporters, won coming years. It Is easily I Hazen and Ovid Futch. said that school spirit I lacking .
la No. 11414' Thirteenth Street Anm -
letters In football, basketball or seen that its major objective Is I The proceed from the Coca- up we have big Shuford as co- at B. H. 8. ? I ta, Ueorcla I.I required to appear

In the band (4)) all who are active to raise the standards of t b e I Cola vending machine which has captain. By gosh we can't lose Idalou Davis to the bhl{ filed :agaInst heherein. '

'or BE SCCCESSFCITm members of the Pep Squador school because certain specific been placed In the hall will go to this year reporter. one each. This week order for, to four b* publll4 con.ecutl -

t those who desire onlythe the Safety Patrol and ((5)) the ; qualifications must be met in the support of the "B" club. "To win, we must fight" says 11-8 New ". week. In Bradford County:

lunsblne In summer members of the newspaper staff : order to become a member. Any- Students from grades seven and Coach Park "We do not have a The Junior Class met last Monday leraph.In said Bradford ft newspaper County.puhllahad Stark,

lIf aide in winter. and. abread who attend the weekly business one gaining entrance from any eight are Junior members. team of star players. So,to even to elect class officers. We Florida., Aniit Und, 1141.

from their parents' meetings met with Mr. Williams field other than scholastic is not Three Important social functionsfor the score we must dig." are very fortunate to have the Clerk OFFICIAL.Circuit HKAL.Court) A., J.Bradford Ttioroa

ed i, meagre store. there In the auditorium for the purpose allowed to fail more than one the school year are being Tall Crews Is still out of practice president secretary and treasurerIn County., Florida .-" 4t t.U

re IJI all hearts to be and of organizing the "B" Club.It subject. If he does he is Immediately planned at which only membersof because of his fingers. Hurryup our room. i

.lu _.lng great.are was agreed that the president dropped from member. the "0' Club and all teachers and get better! You are too U is only the second week of I In Circuit Court, Bradford, County.

different fields In should. come from the senior class ship. Anyone who does not serve from grades seven through twelve : big to warm,the.bench What school and there Is romance In I I Florida Plaintiff-, In va.Chancery.Marie Julian C. M.t>Julian..fndant. -

\wish to rise. Some of the vice-president from the Junior in the Band the Pep Squad, the will be present.On about It, doc ? the air On Monday, th. th., day of

dour I time day-dreaming class and the other two officers Newspaper! the Safety Patrol or Tuesday September 23. dur- Two new boys are out from the A certain little brunette from October Julian whoH ID4I r the..*ldenv defendant. I I. Unknown, Marl '

.RIng future works which from any class. Several candi- this club faithfully will be ex- ing the latter half r of the second general direction of Lawtey, Theyare Brooker has set her cap for Billy la Ttlvorc required. In. appear to th* bill. for
filed
aicalnet her herein.
?. accomplished becauset dates were nominated for each of- eluded from membership. Those period our second meeting will beheld James (Eyes) Reddish and Put ray-better watch your step Thl ordr to b* published one a p '1

have the Initiative to fice. The two receiving the high- gaining entrance from no field" In the auditorium. At this George Shuford. I Bill:;. "' ..*..k for four connecutlve "week, In '
'
. Sometimes est number of votes were votedon other than athletic remain members time the rules and by-laws compound ., the Itraitfurd County Trlerraph. av
our plans. To have a good and fair team Opal Peele and Marian Crews, n."I".r| | published In said Hrad, ,
Lfrom this group are a second time. The results only as long as the seasonof by the officers and Membership the boys must have backing, are being seen together quite often ford County, '
with a pesslew were: the lasts. desir- Committee will be tOKFICIAU NI A I.. A. J. Thomas
Lnhearted, sport! Anyone presentedand Coach Is behind them. Professor them day Clerk Circuit Court. .

towards life which President-Patsy Roberts. ing membership later: on must accepted. Williams la backing them but There' IH only one fault that we Hiarke. Florida( August I*, tdff.

.good influence on those what about the school? You can can find with Miss Sparkman, 1.89\ 4t ,.U

[ham they come In con- Campus ChatterSeems First Assembly Tenth Grade News10B help by Joining the Pep Squad.! and that Is she looks too much lTII M i'inn IT rot. HT KKIIITII
I Please cooperate! JIIIKItl. I IIK'I IT u. fl.OH.ii .
like a school girl and she gets
>%. iMI '
beneath their Program Held You know. when there are no I Inellorter. '" Fun .a"\.o.
take Jobs as if cupid Is going to around too easily 4 settle down to a games, sports news" is as scarceas : rn \\('KIlY '
1, and have to buy a new bow. So many We are very happy to have .
fixed routine never de- arrows have been shot from the Tuesday afternoon September with us Mrs. Burnett for our hen's teeth. You'll Just have Mary Terry I'lal'ntlfr, I lIj
the "top of the 0, at 2:30: o'clock, we had our to wait until something pops. No. noj
t rise to old one lately it has about sent home-room teacher, and also the Meet The SeniorsHere's JnhVj f '
.
those who first Assembly of this school Then Ill tell how we won. Perry
you
[Then there are it's last love-dealing blow. Now new students that have come here pfendant W'M

red because of clrcum- to prove the fact as stated above. term. from other schools. to Jerry.She' flit I.I.11: OK RRltVICRNOTICH :

politiCal. financial ma- Peeking around one of our pine Easley. Shuford played the entrance The new atudents In 10-B are: I Denmark Elected cute as u berry. THM HTATH OF'l'().FI.OKIKA AfPRAH:

pirttual, or otherwise and trees the other day, cupid spotteda march as we all took our Betty McGruder-Jacksonville, i Senior PresidentOn She fixes her hair and'I'"or John r..hh.n"J Perry. ,U whone 37 Haybrok ait<1,..,*

.irry for themselves sigh mark for one of its arrows. And places. I As no one would! dare.A Place, Newark N. J. .

It bad luck or fate. believe me it hit its mark. This I We pledged allegiance to the Fla.Hazel Packham-Hampton, Fla. Tuesday morning, September Christmas gift she happens to It In. hereliy ordered" I that. you are. t 'i'',
to th tlh
reiiilred appear on day
I li a small number who couple happens to be Freemanand I flag prayed the Lord's Prayerand Jewell Griff Is Lawtey. Fla. 9, during home room period, be of October. A. II), 1141 bvfor lbs

medium success, and a : Kathryn. One of the elder sang one stanza of "America." L. C. King-Lawtey, Fla. the pupils. from Miss Stump's And to her heart who now has above entitled... court, to the hill ofcomplaint
fll l In the I
'< mtilnut you
[alter number who reach wounded couples who are still suffering Mr. Williams welcomed us back Joyce Atklnson-.illrooker. Fla. room camo Into 12F to select our the key ? a.hove entitled cmme, ; and "Hrmlford .

iterating dizzy, exciting the blow is Margie and BU- and also welcomed the new teach- Margaret Beam:..-Leesburg: Fla. senior class officers for the year. Her complexion U light County Telraraph"' la hereliydeNlirnated ..
fortunate few ers and pupils. He us the Fla. Like the fresh rose of summer. a* Ihe newspaper In
These gave Romeo PrescottLawtey, Those whom we nominated are: whlrh (his order nhall tie publlhdi
lle.Old
e necessary Initiative! and cupid just has too much particulars of the "B" Club and Virgie Stokes-Brooker, Fla. President-J. E. Denmark Her eyes are so bright; one* a week for 4 conaecutlv

allan which male for responsibility lately. He has been made several announcements. Lucille Melvin-Brooker, Fla. VlcepresldentPatsy Roberts. And her clothes they become her. weefcaWITNFH!* my hand and Ih. *...1 ,.'

worked so mUch he is developing It was decided that because of Elton PoweU-Clermont, Fla. Secretary-Othma Haynes And In her studies she In a leader of thin court at fHarke.' Florida thIs

hlch class are you? You callouses. Dot and J. E. and I the lack of seating facilities only James Crosby-Brooker, Fla. Trt'asllrer-Margle Malhews. No exams can defeat her. Zdth| dwy of< amA AiiKiint, ..) A.A. t J.>. Thomas IH4I.OFFICIAI ,

nk you are too young: to Jacq. and. Ralph make a darling I the ninth through twelfth grades William Saxon-Hampton, Fla. It may be a trick of fate, but For her the kle* are never grey, CUrk of the Clrrult Court.Cnrlton .

this question. Perhaps you foursome.The would have assembly at that time Louise Marr-Lawtey, Fla. anyway It did happen. All the And with a song she begin the Plaintiff, f. Ar"nw Attorney I-I It .It

t until you are older to i iI I youngest Jackson holdingup henceforth. Fla. officers are from Miss Fernan i day -

I it, but if you do it may the family traditions by finding Then the new cheer leaders, Emory Brown-Hampton, Fla. dez's room. This does not mean, Her disposition Is cheerful and In Circuit' Court, Bradford County, r

You can determine I Ilate. his hearts desire in a Key Nina Bishop Freddie Wtmberly, There are quite a few In our however that her room will bright.In : Florida-In, Plaintiff Chancery.v*. J.Vivian J. Kalr-P.Falrnloih I

itui now and take steps atone Heights lassie. Dan an ex Carolyn Green and Sara Barefoot class that Joined the "B" Club. monopolize things because we Bradford she Is at home cloth, Defendant.. On Monday, the I

dy it if It 16 not exactly B. H. S. favorite and Jerry are took charge. They led us In We are all going to cooperate and seniors will work together this That's not saying hhe'lnever\ lth.. day, .J of Falrcloth October, 1841, who, the* reel-' d.r..nd..nt .

would like It to be. You one of our local couples always some good old B. H. S. songs. try to do our best. year as we have In years past. roam.Seventh. dance I ha Unknown I I. riulred. to &,
habitual seen together. last Tuesday morning appear. to the bill for Divorce fileditalnMt
i 11 bard it is for a Then-Seniors first. 10-B him hreln. This order to ,
d to become even moder- Vernon and Patsy. Elise and S. elected the following as officersof Fifth Grade News Grade NewsWe h. publUhed once a week for' four I '

perate. It Is just as Im- G. are seen around quite frequently that class: competitive week. In the Hrailford ,
and Pokes
Jokes ,
Telrirranh a nwnpanrpuMlHheit
Mrs. William County '
that
for you to take the view President-Betty Jean Wade. a-s are sorry In: ealil Bradford County.OFFIC1AT (
on't care" towards Vice-President-Marjorie Davis. Isn't going to be our teacher anymore ( ,, KM A I.) A. J. Thorn .'
youre Sure are a grand dancer Hilda. Shuford-Boy, that shiner you .
Court.
about the New Clerk Circuit
We
fulfillment'now and''of to expect dream to ,-Tb' ree,cheers to. Stanley.. got is really a beauty. Who gaveIt 'SecrtaryEbveiyn hall.TreasurerMargaret Sa.pp. England are States.studying We bave started W., elected class officers as follows Htarke, Florida Auut I*. 4t t4f.llt '.-1' f! ,

your Seems the old crowd happenedto to you? News Reporter-Jewell Carter."Joke" studying about the government at : t ,.
In later .
cst years.a be together again Friday night. Denmark-No one gave it tome Washington. l'resld4'ni--Lllclle Alvares. In Circuit ("Court, Bradford County" ,

*a successful as presl- No wonder was still I had to fight for It. Ham- Jl'lorlo'-ln Chancery. Jewel I'emwk *-
everyone Robert Is back after one day's Vice-President Dorothy Plaintiff, v*. B M. Peac.ick I.
luihors, statesmen, par- almost Charlie Jones (In Business Arithmetic
sleepy Monday. Jack and Dot absence. We are glad his cold Is hill. Defendant. On Monday the 5th., i
pal leaders orators wives slept thru Modern history Thlt Happened During Vacation class) : "I've added those Sl"crtary.Treas-OlethIL Thomas.LorIn day of October, 1141 the .,defendant I
better. I I. required to appear -
B. M. Peiioock
k doctors lawyers Buck McMillan and Jerry and that figures ten different times. reporter lnt him
McKlnney,
Diner-Are you the girl pencil to Ihe bill filed a I J
of new
b. teachers, If we so de-I seen riding around Sunday Mrs. Perkins: "Good." We are proud our herein. This order to b* published. ,
>ch of us must take his Margie and together look took my order? Charlie: "And here's the ten sharpener.: Our pencils have such '-IJ one* a weak for four conmocnllv a I
afternoon Opal-Yes, sir.DinerWell. week. In Brad/nrd' County TlItriiph *- '
the great family of theen ing pretty. well. You don't answers." nice sharp points. Today, Wed, Sept. 10 1941 a newepnper puhlUhed In I
the time comes. Let's Jewell Carter reporter. Geraldine Cox brought some Mrs. temorets' seventh grade nld, Bradford, County.OFFICIAI .
Seems as if Velma and Lucian look a day older than you did .( HKAI,) A. J. Thoma
>" to be able to fill that beautiful roses for our room this elected officer June Hall I u* Clerk" Circuit Court.Ptarke .
wt successfully whether have had a visit from Cupid too. when you took it.ManagerHave. 10Nl'wil from morning\ and they make the room President Earl Stalling' as Secretary Florida, A".U.tlh.t:: l i14f. t
Old cupid sees many couples Besides several pupils V-IF
i a farm house or the look more cheerful.We Joe Townsend as Treasurer, ,
lane. He even hears other schools In this county we
lovers ,
Ity In the world. down quarrels occasionally.Judy you any references have the following new students want some potted plants for Joyce Moor a* reporter and W 1'

some from your last Job? our B. McKinney as Librarian.

rip To Canada and George surely other were Joe--No, I was doing a govern- from Richaa'd other RayOaldwlJFla.places: windows.Mrs.. Sheppard teacher. Approximately three-fourth of I :::

having a stiff argument the ment contract. our clang will be eligible for "U" Boating
Curtis Lanler-Llv* Oak, Fla.
and know who won 6-H
I don't do-
I by Miss Evelyn Stump day waRn't'any Manager-What were you Barbara Thornton ->AJlhevUle.N. Club membership. I
one of her out but I hope there Ing? back In Joyce Moore, reporter. '
be
f pupils) scratches. C. : We are all glad to

1I14y' afternoon in August hair Seems pulling as and if Frank has a way Joe-Six months. IJolores'CI'eekmol'e-. Oak school after a nice long vacation. In ('Intuit, Court, Hradford County, Bathing t I'. i
I our second week P'I.rI.IR-In Chancery, Msrar.tApp.rsofl U
the Silver Meteor. I Fla We are entering :
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with the girls. At least one certain ; VH. John N. Appr"aI.I tin
loin the Nan Bates tour in Seems he is always Mere On! The following officers were of school. Munrtoy, cbs 6th day tif October

pie, which was my only brunette.whistling "Margie." Mac-Good night! Out of gas elected this week from ''Mr. We have elected Audry Mooreas 1941; the, who defcndunt.*,. renldenr, John N.I* >Ft.Pnerxnn Bowling t l I

Itween Starke and New Herbert and Lora left the gang right here In the middle of traffic Futch's Sophomore clan. president of our class Vllma (I. Meade. Maryland. I I..* re- .

foon after our arrival at night and just where did President-Fay Yarbroiigh. Dew for Vice-President and Idell iiulred to mralriMt appear him lu th herein* lilll, filedherein Thl,I

frk City, we left for ElY Friday looked from Gainesville Jack-Well, you can't stop for Vice-President- Parker. Land rum for secretary. order to l>* t>ul.>llh.d for' four cuneriitlv Billiards :
We
you go? Reddish. Miss Hlniton teucher. .. week In llradford CountyTelegraph.
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where we spent the Lake for you. that now here comes cop. Secretary-Margie nwtiper p.i.II.h"dIn ) I
to Kingsley a ::
We went on to Niagara Girls-Better be Reporter-Freddie Wimberly. -Doris Moncrlef, reporter. ,eald hradford I'nnrily. Htark. ,
next day and viewed the Say Boys and We fortunate to have Mr. Klorlda.. Heptemher. 4. U.j'COI"I"IIIIAt. \ \
are
getting ready for next Saturday.It's Walter-Looks like rain today.doesn't S-ll HEAD Thorn Bar-B-Q t I
1 works of nature .from this year ? Futch for our home room teacher Clerk Circuit Court FlrndfordCounty I
first it sir
Florida's game 4-6 II.Z1
4t
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Mean side. Their allur- this We are also glad to our new "Florida.
and I'm telling you everyone Is Mr. Parks-Yes, but It smells year. We were glad to get -

|'ty was the most Impres- anxious and can hardly wait till like coffee. welcome all of the new studentsto workbooks-Arithmetic and, Eng; 1"11" iiifri (inn .'r cot HTJIIIKItl EIOIB'I'IJ Dinners 1 1Shrimp

Iwcoimtered on the trip. Better tell your girl friendto our school.. lish. We hope to get the rest of VIJIt'B IT Of Kl...>MII llIII Chicken
then. I \\l. rOil HHIIKt
work and IM
ndlng all
We have begun
a day and a night ready and our textbooks soon ,
fcerican side we crossed get her finest array time. I even A Teacher' Definition have gotten along nicely. We Keeping our pencils sharp Is no I ( o'rv.i.. ('UEiIV t I
big
an prepare for a Fernandez says-"A synonym that we Iuclll liarl, TUdaU. Dinners t
River at a point sev- of the Seniors have Miss realize the fact though, trouble since Mr. William gave I'lalntlfr,
1 above hear some Is a word that you use months of toiling .
the falls. In my for the past two have- a long eight us a shiny new pencil sharpener.Five -v* No. Mil
the view of the falls from : been prepared when you can't spell the other ahead of us. of our pupils are new to Ane t/ TUdale, i
I TlefendMnt.rill
dan side was more mag- I weeks.Seems Freddie and Jimmy one" -Freddie ,Wlmberly/,reporter, this school. They are: | >KK OH'Tit HKIIVIOKKtlTK'K AI'FKAIl: Cold Drinks :

than. that from then Sewell were having a good time I -; :; 10-SNew, *.,.fc i Avis Sheely-1"uyettellvllle. N. TIIM: HTATK (II" "'&..>llll I>A-: ..
.Ide.I.Itandlng derived l-
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night at the show. Just The greatest advantage We sincerely hope that scnool .C. To Anel U TUdal. who.* r .

Canadian cities what Saturday was the name of the show from silent films was seeing a I will have as succes.iful ending as Lula Mae fo'enwell-Jallper. Fla. oVnr It .I I.I I.h..,unknown."" ordered that you ar. Trailer Park
by the tour To- woman open her mouth and hear ,I Ernest Arnold Springfield! reiiulred. li appear in (Cia Dtli day ,
were: Freddie? ? ? It did beginning. of dc-tober A. l>. 1941 tefor thai i
tavay< Quebec and Charles nothing.A much pleased Mass. Ih hill uf I IcmpIIflt '
and Mont I don't guess Nina I The boys are very abov* entitled court to \
t Intervals They Mr. I I WoodMon Clark-Lakeland. Fla. filed' valnHt yoti In th* I
coach
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between cities. made It Friday night. with their football and "(Iradfurd
entllledaui;
'"* train ever Did I fellow went into a restaurant I from Mr. Revels-Ocala, Fla. xtxive herebydeelitnated I CottagesGood ,
Clayton
fields made reenes i never did get to Gainesville. Parks. The players i County l-tfrph" I I. rl' ,j
his new overcoat Dew ."" .. r ;
at Glenn Springs? and bung up Sponholtx room are: Arnold Was- -Joan Carpenter Patsy aa th ..utll..h..d.
stop this order hall l>
you "This which
"ur! return trip we came The Seniors picked out their with a sign 'which read: din who was a letter player last reporters nricv C week for four | '' .

Rousse' Point Monday and they coat belongs to a champion and George Shuford, a be- w'k: *, Fishing .1.
where we Senior Rings year WITNKHH my hand
r'y examined by the 'just took the whole morning off. fighter. I'll be back found his ginner. Sixth Grade NewsThis nf thl court at ", .., O.UIl"\1. \ ,. '
he ... ., (
returned of $
I officers many and so When he Sponholtz' division of the [ this Jrd day f.
who were not Gosh! There were so Mr. 1941. : ,
following
ndsome as the R. C. that It Just took our eyes. overcoat gone and the tenth grade began the school term week we have enjoyed reviewing OKflflAT. MKAt.) A. J. Thomas Beer On Tap
pretty rack
Our return still wondering If\ I sign hanging, on the : this by electing the following the song that we learned Clerk of the Circuit Court.: ,
took us via Honestly I'm sprinter.And year J.hn J rlendernon. K: * or not. "Taken by a champion officers: well as listening\ '-5 4t t.U
'IDlplaln and through the picked the right one out Atudents as clam last year as I'lnlntirr AltI> n."__ I
and Berkshire Mountains. Well we'll wait and see bow they I won't be back. I President-Leonard Peek. different songs sung by some of ,

leached New York City, all look when they come. We Secretary-Doris Hodge our new pupils. In ,Circuit KlorlilIn Court Ch..nr, .tlrnlfordCounty ,". J..a..aHarnunl I

natUrally Interested In can hardly wait. It was the happiest Eighth Grade News8A Treasurer-Ruby Ward We are glad to have Dennis J"el., t-Ulntlff... yn 1..nO.. Meet Your
On Monday
This ,
'' lives. Faxon of Lulu Join our class I'ulak JoeU faC.ndant.
great metropolis. Otir moment of our Reporter-Dorothy Smith th. (th.. day. at (I'" ob"r,
Dr Wilt very Too bad you missed your opportunity We have one out-of-state pupil makes our enrollment 39. I Ih. defenila.nl, t..nej. Colak 1t41'j Friends At
interesting Did His name I of Prehistoric Man whom rnlnr* I.I r** I .
lilollaJ.J7e4 Monday. Jack. you were selected in In our room this year. Our study my trip much the right ring? The following for class I la Jack Beatty and be come to has been very Interesting and I'lvorc' filed acln( h.r h.n.1, .
that very get late and we )Irs. Anderson's room Georgia. We are glad' good pictures have been ThIs ord.r to k. publlohed one. a : Kingsley Beach
every boy and girl Well it's getting us from many week for four eoneeeutlv week In, I
0r4 tomorrow officers: students from other partsof Teleirraph a new '
High to get for to have drawn. Hradford County
could work
have the
have President-Betty Hayes. school here. teacher. paper publlahetf In said llraUford.. I '
Mr Searing
erienceeria the state attending ,:
so, so long. Vice-President I-Betty Turner County. ; I LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT
Scratches Scratched. Caldwell. We truly hope to be one of the and I lYVt'fAf.; : HKAI I.) A. Thotna I
Scratch. I'
Secretary-Llla Rae We have been drawing Clerk CIrcuit Court. I INtarke I ,
Trouble Treasurer-Merry Beth Knight. most 0 u t s tan ding Sophomore i I studying about cave people. :Miss Florida, Bept. SL 141. 1 I j
4& '.21
Fourth Grade News Reporter-Hazel Fields. dames yet. Kennedy 1 III reading "The Cave PARK tOn ;
'Or4
High school has We are very happy to have Mrs. NewsThis Twins" to us. !tore'h'i I 4 KKOK *PPl.I'A'I'IOv .
Williams ,
itled to receive : Donald Conner and John for our h 0 in c-room Second Grade class I Is grateful for a new T4 \ IJIKiP
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.surplus rson The
tr room with And to <...>... haitI m.. I HI) 1-1:1
:Producu. However the presented our teacher; we are also pleased we have eighty boy'" pencil sharpener which aharp.n.a NOTH'B IS IIRKKIir: o"'"F.-l.:- Road 48 Near :
Iccording to word from two neW flag. have so many new pupils\ In our I year second grade. lot better than the first one. That A. tl. urv.ncy holder of Tag ; I I.
In. the 1
In Ilk
I Jacksonville girl Ueued the
ii. of and Certificate No. 20, ,
the Roberts : pupil gave "
I'C' Impossibility Lewis class room. new pupils are In our Wednesday three day of Auvuet A. D. It4l. ha* fll... Camp Blanding l
I cenlfled workers to and Jimmy Leach Joined our Quite a few from our room Many talks on what money used to be earn In my ..rr..". and ha. madeappllrati5ii
the will rooms too. for a tax d..d to be
r, WOrk In the ca*.- last week. now Joined the' "B" Club and we Mr. Ritch. and how It looked. 'e.uld th.r.un. SaId certlflcal
lope that our drill books and do our best. Smith reporter. d.ecrlted ,
thi. wrinkle We have to cooperate -Billy omtrace lbs followlnc
try PrevaiL
roe54 Mrs.
out in the near fu- and are working In them. -Hazel Field. I I
teacher. .
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAItKE F'LtRIDA FRIDAY SM: ;::JmER
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Lodge No. 3S: Aug. 29; Sidney Methodist Church 8 o'clock.,

SOCIETY and CLUBS Legion Center Inez Green and her husband, The Bermon subject
ActivitiesStaff Services in the church next A Man Hunger Will be:
Green to J. M. Slstrunk Feed
Lloyd HIli\
,
Sunday will be as follows:
members of the American Vincent S. St. John and L. G. Visitors are welcome,
t Book Reviewed An OmissionLast Business and Program Legion Recreation Center are busy Powell, trustees of Masonic LodgeNo. Church School, 10 A. M. vices at the Church all '

By WSCS'l\Jembers' Meeting For WSCSIn planning many activities: for the Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Prayer Service
week In the article concerning Blanding soldiers, who will soon 35: August 29; A. Z. Adkins The pastor will speak on "AmI P.. M. Wednedar, : at
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''u The Woman's Society of Christian the entertainment given spite of the rain Monday be returning ;from maneuvers. and his wife, Lois Adkins, to E. My Brother's Keeper?" --

rfb Service of the Methodist by Congressman and Mrs. R. A. afternoon a large number of mem- Dances, picnics, and Sunday aft- K. Perryman and his wife, Lois The Youth Fellowship will meetat MANILA CLASP
'
,ll church met Thursday of last week Green In honor of the R. A. F, bers of the WSCS met at the ernoon concerts are among the Peek Perryman, Aug. 29; Cornelia 7 P.: M. -9x12 $3 per 100< F.X\'F.Lor l,
coming attractions, ',that, soldiers The evening worship will be at COUNTY l-IIR.\DFQ
.; at the Church and held an all day trainees, the Telegraph failed to church and held their September and civilians will loon enjoy. Fall Peek Long, widow to E. K. Ferryman TELEGRAPH,

meeting when they reviewed the mention that Mrs. E. M. Davis program and business meeting.A housecleaning is now In progress, and Lois Peek Perryman, -

new book, "Jesus and Social Re- and Mrs. Anita Court manch Bur- devotional service was led by making the Hut (as.many of the Aug 29; Isabel Peek Rltch Ritch to and E.
her husband, J. H. ,
Yr demption" by John Shackford. rell gave a number of fine semi- Miss Olive Ray, and "The Powerof boys call the Center) more attractive K. Perryman and Lois Peek Ferryman fI
and home-like.
rs Mrs,!? P, Shepherd, secretary cialeaI'numbers on the piano the Woman In the Local was Aug. 29; Callie D. Gay andS.
of and the violin while supper was Church" Mrs. Saturday night's program G.' her husband of Gil-
mission and, Bible study, in- was reviewed by A. an informal stunt party with Gay,

vited Mrs., T.,117. Guy of Hamptonto being served.Woodman Wood, vice president of the So- Privates Frank Faris and Everett Christ Co.; EvaMae Thomas and

/ be the study leader and In the ciety. A short, business meeting Lasara'ortJIg the Iou de s t I A. J. Thomas, her husband Alice
Circle Marie Kelley, and J. R. Kelley
morning she assisted Mrs.G. laughs In the "Bring Home
l nl was by was presided over by the president games
ri A. A. Aunts Aug
.. C. Powell 1.who conducted a Plans All-Friends Night the Bacon" and "This Is My her husband to Do Your
Mrs. E. ,K. Perryman, and 27) D. Burr Jones and Flol'8'T.Jones. Trading
4'S devotional 'service. The first Nose. The radio quiz game
.i4 Starke Grove No. 27$ of ,the the'time' of meeting was changed I his wife, to W. L. Andrews
I I, chapter of the book" "Through the Supreme Forest Woodman Circle from 8:30: to 8:00: in the after-i brought more hilarity when the and Maude Andrews, Sept. 2; where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware
Prophets to Jesus reviewedby contest ants the consequences -
was "paid gn
met In regular ,session Tuesday noon. Mrs ;1 P. Shepherd, secre- Foster Sbl Smith and Mary Ann given away with every $40 in
Mrs E. K. RlcahrdJones'
Perryman; the sec- such as Sgt. trade
night with the guardian, Mrs. W. tary of mission study, announcedthat Smith his wife of Suwannee Co., or certificates.
t
ond his"firet
chapter "Through Jesus to narration of proposal
o, L. Andrews, presiding.A the book for study is "A and Georgia Industrial Realty Are Redeemed
our Understanding of God and Pvt. Frankls" human -
George
t' Yr r 'I Christian Imperative" by RoswellP. f
Co. o Georgia
a corporation
/ Man," Mrs. A. Wood; third short business session was radio sound effects Pvt. ?JS.SMITH'S GARAGE
Barnes and the data for the
Sept. 4 M. H. Carter and JessieL.
;
ur. chapter, "Such held, at which plans for the next marsh-
: a Gospel In Sucha Louis Hlnes' race for the
study Is October 9th an all-day Carter his wife to J. D., Har- STARKE
FLORIDA
World" Mrs. William meeting on Tuesday, September
Blair; meeting at the church. mallow and the r girl friend, Pvt.
''y / rell and Della G. Harrell Sept. 3.
after which luncheon was servedIn 23 were perfected. It will be Norman Douglas' Imitation of a
u the educational building.For an ;"all friends" night with officers Mils Kate Slruth, secretary of Scotch bagpipe to say nothing of
Baby Specials, made a partial report Sailor Makes Good
.
from Island Grove Gainesville
the afternoon session, Mrs Claude Alvarez' expert Interpretation -
and to
W, E.' Middleton conducted a de- Alachua and Lake Butler requested parents of a Hula Hula dance.
send In the Baby Mite Bpxes this Roy Lester Morgan of Starke,
votional service and the remain- officiating. A fine program has Several boys, visiting the Center -
''t 4rb' Ing chapters of the book were reviewed been planned and all members of week. for the first time, declaredthe who enlisted at the Jacksonville

"the Church the Bearer the Starke Grove are urged to entertainment the most fun Navy recruiting office in July is
Linda Fay Livingston home I on leave and when he returns -
of the Purpose of God," Mrs. J. attend. they had had since entering the
to Norfolk will enter an
W. White; "The Church and Its Mrs. Vonda Inman was Army.
presented Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Livingston aviation trade school for which he
a nhA Gospel of Social Redemption," with a beautiful bedspreadby announce the birth of a baby Tomorrow night (Saturday) the has been selected.

i Mrs. Sam Anderson; and "Chris the local grove members, after daughter, Linda Fay, on Wednesday features will be, bingo, progres- PALMOLIVESOAP 3f9rM
(tianity, the Religion for a Chang- which refreshments were served September 10. Before her sive card games, community sing- The Jacksonville) recruiting station a-

Ing' World," Mrs. Charles Darby. and a social hour was enjoyed. marriage, Mrs. Livingston was Ing, and a skit, "Fortune Is a Room 245, pos offlce build- ;; MADE WITH l9ca5.
ing has an unlimited for
Miss Clarice Gill Cowboy," repeated by request. quota GENTLE OLIVE Oil
apprentice seamen and all youths l-ll\
Junior Woman's Club The,following WPA staff members i
Met Last Week 1 are now in charge of the meeting requirements will be en-

Legion Center; Mrs. Nina Pro- listed within three days.

n The Junior Woman's Club held Carolyn Callstreet 'bette, Miss Louise'Horton. Miss All candidates have an oppor- SUPER SUDS ,,3/or

t, Yt its regular monthly meeting Wednesday ; Flora l Padgett, Miss Christine tunity to attend schools such as: : .

M night with : radio, metalsmlths, machinists, 25cOCT'AGON
I September 10, Rlcketson Walter V. Walsh, and '
Mrs. A. W. Bloodworth of Lake < : ,- :: oi" : .... --- Claude Alvarez. These,recreation electrical carpenters, clerical, hospital ; FOR WASHING CLOTHES

; City as the guest speaker. Following Well,folks. Have- you bought wilted slightly, however, when his leaders are'.tralll; d., in special and as well as the various avi- i -

ll '? the business meeting she your season ticket yet? ex-heart (Ellen Mersereau) arrived various lines to' meet the enter- ation trade schools. ) '

Cave a very interesting and con- Don't let that first game slip up 01the scene In another tainment needs ,of ,the men who For further information: call at '

t o structive talk on Junior Club on you Tornadoes vs. Green party! Oh, well Those are serving our, country With or write to the Navy Recruiting G 6 for

work, and what the organization Cove Spgs. nex' Friday night {hlngs are bound to happen every the cooperation of Starke citizens Station, Room 245, Postofflce NEW AND
ftjVr should mean to a member. Doesn't it make your spine do now an' then Doc Lovett an' this Center is fast becoming Building, Jacksonville, Fla. I SOAP 25c

i1x i Members present were: Miss nlp-ups? I can hardly wait Betty Beecher tea for twang known as a happy and wholesome IMPROVED
; L, tr'L11 Abbie Harley, Miss Georgia Haynes Went out to see' the Pep Monday night Beck Beckham place for soldiers to spend their "" (/H '\\'S" '

Miss Helen Dowling, Miss Squad in action tother afternoon, (Military Inn) an' Mary Louise evening! RUPTURESHIELD

l/t n { Evelyn Stump, Mrs. Fred Guy, an' did those lassies put on an Dempsey Belvedere Clubbing Mon- 31.
Mrs. Grady Baggett? and Mrs. act! Conga chain an* everything day peeyem Dick Satterfield Deeds Filed EXPERT HEREIL .W KLEK

J. R. Wainwright I Leaders Nina Bishop, & friends Tic Toe Tapping Sunday M. SHEVNAN, widely known 25c
\ 'Freddie Wimberly, Carolyn Green, night Margaret Anthony Myra Peek, administratrix of expert: of Chicago, will personally .I4 FOR WASHING DISHES

I Recent BirthsMr. an' Sara barefoot "gtvln out" for &: friends dittoing Friday night the estate of S. L. Peek deceased, be at the Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville ,, .
.r B. H. S. Spotted 'em later at Tessle Williams doln' the and Myra Peek, widow of the saidS. Sunday and Monday, only, 4

their favorite soda dlspensery rounds recently with a handsome L. Peek, to E. K. Ferryman, September 21-22, from 9 A. M. to
and Mrs.: D.
nv, ,(, Starke, girl Linda Ray Fay.Livingston Sept. 10., still In swing time Mus be soldjer August 26; E. H.'Smith, widower, 6 I'. M. Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 for 1
rs nice to have that youthful vim heir of Mrs. E. H. Smith to Eva Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoetic
Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
,
n Bryan and vigor '' 21 Shield is a tremendous Improvement -
Mae Thomas
August
Heard an' Seen: Grace Dew ; George
n Starke Sept. 17, boy; Mr and Octagon Cleanser 3 for
1
Mrs Warren Clyde Exum Waldo, spend In after-office-hours teach- W Saxon to B. Y. Saxon; August over all former methods effecting .:._
Nurse Lllliali Stump writes I 28 Eva Mae Thomas and A. J. immediate results. It will
Sept. 11, girl; Mr. and Mrs Ruby in' Tom Ritch to type 'fore he ;
mom an' pop that she ball been Thomas to Alice Marie Kelley, August not only hold the rupture per-
leaves for pre-med scliiool Octagon Granulated 21
Raleigh Crosby Starke, Sept. 17, ; ? large ___ .
lost only twice In Huey Long'smammoth Jean Darby an' Fran Peek homing 29; J. M.. SIstrunk, VincentS. fectly but increase the circulation, ,
boy; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Magyar ,
Charity Hospital (New from the Jone -Rodger. weddingIn St. John and L. G. Powell, strengthens the weakened parts,

!, Starke, Sept. Orleans) Says she can find Tampa loaded down with trustees for- Bradford Lodge No. thereby closing the opening in ten White Eagle Chips ________ 3

Y, her way around N. 0., better than yards an' yards of Cuban bread 35, Free and Accepted Masons, to days on the average case, regard- :

Jax or G'vllle, but she never Agnes Powell a n' hubby, County of Bradford August 29; less of heavy lifting straining or Octagon Granulated Small 2
knows where she'll wind up when Dick leavln' for his home In Ala- J. M. Sistrunk. Vincent S. St. I 1 any position the body may assumeno 3 for

v she starts down 0 neat those bamy this week-end Morris John and L. G. Powell as trusteesfor matter the size or location. A

girl.j( never-ending hospital corridorsNurses' Anderson will have charge .of Bradford Lodge No. 35. Masons nationally known scientific meth- Octagon Flakes, Large ______ 2
: home itself is 15 Canova's fountain till she returns to Morris Randolph, August od. No under straps or cumber- -

stories high but looks like a dollhouse Dash In' young bridegroom same arrangements and absolutelyno
29.E.
1
<< from top of the hosp. Everett McKinney left for Emoryat K, Perryman and wife Lois medicines or medical treat- Octagon Flakes, Small, 3 for 2

r Hear Joseph Arnold of Blanding Oxford Wednesday night Peek Perryman to J. M. Slatrunk. ments.
-.A.JJf.J Center was thrown b y horse Starke Is waltln' for his return Vincent S. St. John and L. G. Mr. Slievnan will be glad to demonstrate Bath Palmolive 3 for

tother day, turned right around with his little black bag-yes. he Powell as trustees for the Hrad- without charge _______ -

Burning grass an' bought the peaky animal plans to be an M. D. Miriam ford Masonic Lodge No. 33: Au-
i.G i. Thass the ole spirit! Guy In town last week lookln' gust 29; Julian L. Peek and wife,

:is dangerous/ fresh as a daisy In spite of the Clara L. Peek: tt>:J.:, M. Sistrunk,
cur Society! Phil Manassa an' heat and a session a t summer Vincent S. St.", ohn and L. G. Large l Inolslonal Hernia or rupture S. R. Johns 8 Son
Opal May doln' the Nightingale Powell as Masonic following surgical operation especially -
school Hope she never decides ,trustees "oaf
Sattlday night Unnerstcnd to cut those v' :I solicited.
gorgeous long
Phil went to sleep com In' back "' ,
tresses 'Twould
be
a major
Charley E. Johns home Better look out! ,. crime ".1. .
Tommy Gomez'll be back home f
AgencyStarke SOOIan' I bet he wouldn't treat -
Opal like that Don Spears Spotted an* Jotted: Elvalee 1' .
Florida ManaHBa .
jolnln' the
other Jewelsat -
George Hill Ann Cockfield, an'
,
119 East Call Street
Edenfleld's where she's chief
Marian Murphy enjoyln' a cozy
Telephope IS saleslady J ,
I" little foursome at the Blue Dia- Sternberg's force -

mond Sunday night George celebratln' Abe Surasky's comingof ,

..... .. .. age lIe's Jus' turned
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4 4f 4i ---- ---------- ----ti twenty-one Luther Powell's
I famous cook fix In' the meals for
II Dot Powell's houseparty honorln' : :
Ii I
i Edna Pearce las' week-end : =:
Bet the girls are havln' to diet

this week to un-do theme damagIng -

pounds Card from Enza: \

(Weaver) Hardee She and \\
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adorable dotter, Dlan, have joined :

STARKE FLA Ranny In Sebring Hope she
I doesn't forget the home folks like

I to see her pleasant smile occasionally

too .
PROGRAM: OF WEEI'nF.USNINO SKITEMHKK: : 21
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Sunday Mond.iy. Sept. 21 22 H nr l>. rby; Jones. an' bride will
nrt "MEN OF BOYS TOWN" receive a new car as a weddin'

JI With Spencer Tracy Mickey Rooney gift from Darby's parents ,
Latest Paramount News "Navajo Land" Traveltalk Should! have got there for the big ,
-1. _______ .__ event but
ofr due to the shortage of
Tuesday. Sept. 23DOUBLE FEATURENo.
automobiles, It didn't arrive in
I-"THE HONEYMOON IS OVER"; time so they're using sister: ElIse's

With Stuart Edwin Marjorie... Weaver auto for the trip to North Car-

No. 2VASIIJNGTON; MELODRAMA": olina Marcus an' Florence
With Brown back from a whirlwind
Frank Morgan Kent Taylor
Added: SWiMS Sklyodlers tour that took 'em as far away
na.M from home as the New England:

Wednesday Thursday Sept. 24 25 elate Marcus deeply Impressed -
.MK .'JOHNNIEPOI.I.O" with the fine brick houses

With Tyrone Power Dorothy Lamour through Pennsylvania and other .
, l Ine r't Latest Paramount News Selected Shorts sections, as well as the thrift

energy an' Industry of the peopleup =
Friday Saturday, Sept. 26 27--TWO BIG FEATURESNo. that way When he founda ,
"LADIES. MUST LIVE"; man who owned three large -

With Wayne Morris furniture g. ..
stores In addition<< to

No. "RILLIE THE KID OUTLAWED"With other tangible assets over 9230.- .,. /
yea nob Steele 000 and whose wife still did her it ,

"RIDERS OF Also UKATH: Cartoon\\LLEY"-No. 11 own"Florence laundry maybe work, you'd Marcus better said: Everywhe4e'I fit this 'land you see Ice-cold Coca-Cola doing Its I

--- ---- stay up here a while and see If job too i. bringing workers refreshment. quick refreshment
A MIDNIGHT SHOW ftATfRIMY NIGHT 11:30 I'J.: can't
you absorb some of their '
"CITY OF CHANCE"With ways,. What Florence 'said ..complete refreshment.Thirst asks nothing more. In offices,

.I 1 1Dr Lynn Bart Donald Woods: In reply is not recorded for history factories and workshops ice-cold Coca-Cola is making little
Added Selected Short
Subjects that. northern P'rap. she gals remindedhim are alleged minutes 'long enough for a big rest... bringing busy peoplethe


p t Heat The Magic; Voc; I
little help-mate to have big hands ICfmiB UNBII AUTMOIITV Of THI COCA.COIA COMPANY ST

ITITIT999). dI and feet? Says your (dlrainutlve -* STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. You trust its quality

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4f, SEPTEMBER 19. 19011 BRADFORD COUNTY TKlAGRAPn, STARKE FLORIDA STDGR -


BITS of LOCAL NEWS r rBl.8lmeaJ Miss! Helen bowling* and Miss i {v. T. Clute and H. A. Carlton Mr. and Mrs B. Jacob had as Building Permits

Mary Campbell spent the wf'ek.1 drove, to Jacksonville last Friday guests at their Klngsley Lake j. I _

end with Miss Carolyn ,Reid In afternoon Mr Clute was the home last Sunday, their non-ln-law !I The Perry Dover estate, $1.200to I.
Mrs. Effie Johns was acksonvllle. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton at ,
Ky.
Marlon visitor stucco of
of Garland Godwin the exterior their
of and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
In Gainesville the State dinner at the Seminole Hotel Fri daughter, t
|11 lag his slater Mrs. Pearl Tuesday. Farm will leave Tuesday to enter Mrs. R. A. Thomas Is visiting day evening::, after which they returned NusHbaum. and five-moths- building on the corner of Call

I'D. Emory at Oxford, Oxford, Ga. In Wildwood In 'the home of heron to Starke and Mrs. Carlton old son William, of Jacknonvllle; and Thompson streets which Is

Lnd Mrs. L. D Vining went to Dub- K. G and daughler-In-law, Mr. and spent the w'ek-end with her their non-ln-law and daughter. 'occupied by Stump's and Stern
Mrs D. E. Knight Duncan and Harry Houston Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas, and Incidentally husband. ;
Thursday o' last week Invtlle lin, Ga., Tuesday where she Is spent Thursday afternoon getting! acquainted, witha Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of berg' stores, Sept 3; f 500, Sept.

visiting relatives. marsh hen hunting at Fernan- new grandson: Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daugh- Gainesville! ; and Mr. and Mra. 4, for addition to the present'
dina. frame. residence of W, ]M. Edwards 1
Miss Sallle Cooksey of Gainesville te1'I Edna and Margaret made a David Nussbaum, of Jacksonville.
lad I Mr,. L. H. Jennings : was a week-end guest of Mrs. Addle- Ofhlte and son, Lt trip to Valdosta, Ga.. Monday to on West Call street; I3.00O on 1
dsiting friends In Jackson- Miss Abble Harley. Mrs. Mitchell Ergas and Httl.. Col. Gentry Whit, 'and his three see Mrs. Fearce'a mother, Mrs. O. CARD OF THANKS Sept. 8, A. A Annla for two reap
daughter, Nicky: have returned children, of St. Augustine, and Mr. .
snday. Haynes After getting there they deuces, each 24 x 26. one of
I To all thorn
from friends
a visit with relatives In and Mrs. Talmadge Young, ofLake learned who rendered -
that oho of
had stroke I
John Powell left Tuesday for a High Springs. City, were guests Sunday of a service In the time of our frame and one of concrete blocks
I.1I. B. Herlong has re short visit In Key West with Mr. Mrs. J. W. White paralysis Sunday night, and had great need In connection with the In the City Park subdivision.

from a visit of several and Mrs. W. T, Frlpp. Harold Bishop, Jr., will' leave never hey left.regained consciousness when death and burial of Allen W

|la Tampa. Tuesday for Oxford, Ga., where I MrS E..T: DOWling took her Thomas, and for the beautiful

A number of local young men I.hit will resume his studies at daughter, Miss Marian Dowllng/ to Mr. and Mr*. Warren Perkins ,flowers sent In, we wish to express ] i Public StenographerMiss
are attending the University of Emory-at-Oxford. our sincere tnanks and
COUHTMANCH"watchMaker lackjcnvllle Sunday morning Carol WhiteIn
H and Mrs. Annie Col win had aa II
Florida this term, among the where she will resume her training dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and gratitude '

CONFIDeNCE number are Arch TUomaa Jr., Mrs. J. M. Brownlee left Sun- work at the Riverside Hoaltal Mrs. J. Y. Colson Pensocola; Mr -The Thornton and Thomas W. T. Chile'si Office
r W1T1I
f Lucian Conner, I* M Gaines, day night for New York City, > after a three weeks' vacation families. I :
AT and Mrs. J. F. Coition, of Pa- 119 East taU St.
Ralph Rhodes, Sewell where she went to consult
Jimmy and a noted at home.
JEWELER hokee Mrs. 8. D. Carver and
lorn HOME eye specialist.Mr. ; I r.
Billy Long. daughter, Mary Louise, of Jack- ___._._ __ ... .
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Ben Suslow, veteran military sonville; and Mrs. Q. F. Clifford, I
I and Mrs. W. L. Wall and supply man, returned the first of and daughter, Marguerite; of Jack- YO BROWN
\\Ve{ Have Earned A Reputation By Mr and Mrs. Jos E. Wilson left I the week from his store in Alex- Bonvllle. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT "
Sunday for a vacation trip to'' andria, La., as a sort of "advance
The Best Food 1208 Graham Building
Serving Money Can North Carolina.Mr. man" for the return of the Camp
Buy At Most Economical Prices Blanding boys from their Louisiana Miss Marjorie Stump who has JACKSONVILLE.' FIXHtlDA
just entered upon her year'a workas
and Mrs Elrldge Tomlin- maneuvers.' Phone 5-0307
band leader at the Montlccllo
TRY OUR NCh OR REGULAR son, of Jacksonville, and W. T. .. .
PLANNER High School: spent the weekendat ->--- ---- -- - -- -
TODAY Chute were dinner guests Sundayof Jack Halle, son of' Mr. and Mrs. home. Her band will play In 1'
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. wbi(, ----- -
W. G. hail, Is employed by Starke on Thanksgiving Day

the F. II. A. In Washington, D. .when the Stnrke and Montlcello
'& Mrs. Bernice Johnson returnedlast C.. plans. to enter Benjamin 'football team will lock horns. INSURANCE AND._ BONDS
A A
The Cafe week to Hoover Bros. Studio Franklin University In Washington i iMt'I.

after a 10-day vacation, which she. next week to take a course In I
Buck of Carpenter' Drug Store and Mr. Johnson ppent in Cuba. J. M. Spangter and daugh
public accounting.Mr.
;I tens, Sara and Pauline have returned HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant

Jo Ann and Tommy Slade of to their home In Atlanta
and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown
after the two
Baxley, Ga., are this spending: punt
spending
returned the first of the week
week with their aunts, Mrs. T. T. from months here with dipt. Spungler, Service Over 50 Years ii iiy
vacation
a ten-day trip
who Is stationed at Camp Illnndlng. -
Long and Mrs. D. P. .
frompt Service Careful Drivers Carpenter.J.
which took
them through/ the /. While here they occupiedone I

W. Abernathy of Daytona Tennessee! Valley, the Shennan- of the llerlong cottages on Please Phone 146 Starke
doah Valley, anSl l all through the
Beach was in Starke last week N. Walnut St.
tarke Taxi ServiceLocally New England states.Mr. 1
visiting his son-in-law and daughter 1

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green. Mrs., I. t-ocln, wife of the pro- u
And Mrs II M Thomas, of .._ ,
of the Bradford Photo -------------- -
Owned and Opeated Ft. Lauderdale,.. were guests the prietor
Mrs. Buns Cummings of Thom- Shop'returned to Starke Wednesday
first of last week of Mr. Thomas'brother
asville, Ga., was the week-end after a three weeks' visit at RENT A NEW 1941'
Phone 150 and sister, J Kenneth
guest of her brother-in-law and Mrs.. her home In' New York City She
Thomas and E. P Fountain.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Graves. brought back with her' her youngest
returned with
Kenneth them for
Pay Night daughter, Madeline, who will
a visit In Ft. Lauderdale.
Mrs., Emma Murphy returned enter the senior clans at I). H.I SThey < .

home last week from Brown'sSummit drove through the country
Mrs Jack Kaye returned Tues
N. C. with Mr Lccln's brother and
where she spent a.
day afternoon to her home in New
the past two months with rela- sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. JackE UDRIVEITBLANDINCU
York City. Her husband, who Is
tives. Zevln, and their youngest
RITZ THEATRE the photographer In the Bradford,
daughter, of Miami Beach, who
Photo Shop, will follow in an
Mrs. Sam T. Simpson and Miss will visit In Starke for a few
other month, and they will make .
- - -
Ruth Simpson have returned' home days. Mlsa Evelyn Lecln, their
PROGRAM WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 21ST their home back In New York.
after spending a week with Mrs oldest daughter, has been In the

Simpson's relatives and friends in Bradford Photo Shop with her
view Showing at 11:30 Mid-Night Show Sat. Sept. 20 Tampa.H. Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Buford and father since July [- Inc. N

Regular Showing Sun., Mon., Tues.-Sept. 21-22-23 daughter, Gloria, and Mrs. LetteStllley ,
spent Sunday In Jackson
"MEET JOHN DOE" M. Odom, with the Globe
ville. They were accompaniedhome f
Starring Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Tailoring at Company of Cincinnati, by Mrs. :Alice Jones, who TO CHSCK RIA OFFICES PARAMOUNT GRILL STARKE i '
Sternberg's '
Edward Arnold was Wednesday' will spend two weeks with them. .A ,
Added: Fox News and Cartoon and clothes.Thursday measuring men for IN DAYS OPPOSITE. GATE "C" CAMP I1LANDING : I)

Mr. and Mrs.'Lester Price Robinson 1 Hi1 l t

Wed.,'Thurs.-Sept 24 25 N. T. and Tom Rltch will leave II pen t' 'tbe wek-end' In Phone Starke 161 !

Marlene Dietrich in for N. T. will Apopka. Mr. Robinson returnee I 'i tt
Tuesday college
; go
,. .. ... I
to Camp Blanding Sunday after- 00--- ----- - --- -- :n
to Emory at Oxford, Ga., and ,
uTIlE
ORLEANS"With
FLAME OF NEW noon but Mrs. Robinson has resumed -
Tom will go to Emory College: at
Bruce Cabot, Roland Young, Mischa Auer, Atlanta, Ga. her work as teucher in one
Orlando schools
I of the
Andy Devine I

Added: MGM News and Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Killings- After spending the summer In

worth of Worthington Springs Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank In-
Fri., Sat.-Sept 26 27-DOUBLE FEATURE spent Sunday here with Mr. Klll- man left Tuesday for Baltimore, ARE

Charles Starrett in Ingsworth's mother, Mrs. Kate Md., where Mr. Inman will re- YOU DOING ,

"THUNDER OVER THE PRARIES"and Killlngsworth. enter the Law School at the University BUSINESSI
of Baltimore. He will
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight at- complete Ms law course In Jan-
tended the marriage of Senator I
"TIlE GREAT PLANE ROBBERY"With uary.
Hal Y. Malnes to Miss Julia
UNDER AhCTITIOUS
Jack Holt Beckman last! Friday night in
Jacksonville.Mrs. ....MJ w,
Chapter 6 of "White Eagle"NAT

W. II. Struth had as week-
end guests her son and daughter-/: o 1pG M NAME

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth, 5 for ; I

SEZ: and her son, Martin, all from "
Jacksonville 19c
Overheard an Interesting conversation I

at the Rotary Club between Mrs D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. I..

two brand new papa.*. Vining and the Jtev. G. C. D'I IF SO, YOU ARE VIOLATING
a Subject: How to feed the baby at were In Ocala Monday PALMOLUVEii '
YOU
THE LAW UNLESS
night with the least 'possible. ef- a Fellowship meeting of t

fort. Gainesville District. HAVE ADVERTISED YOUR
I I
One said that he kept the bottledownutalra
3 for OWNERSHIP AND IlA VB' r rI
In the Ice box. The W; P. Smith made a flying trip I "
other said he filled a thermo Jill to the Southern part of the State J9c REGISTERED WITH 7' Il fi "x,' $

and took It to bed with him. Sunday morning returning Monday -I a.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
have changedhen! Octagon, LargeGranulated' "
How thing; night. He visited Zepnyrhllla,
I war H young! papa coming up, Tampa and Brooksvllle. 23c COURT.
ma took care of all that i
Miss Nettle Dowling and her Octagon Toilet J t

ENS house-guest, Miss Leranell John 3 for _.__ lIe '
HI -
SPECIAL son of Tallahassee, are spending

Druid LL ..Sheeting: ,FELT HATS, several days In James Jacksonville Godbold. as Octagon Granulated i THIS IS A NEW LAW PASSED BY
guests of Mrs. Small 3 AirW25i;
Xow *'
Worth 17c yard New Styles

Our Price>> Very Light Weight W. K. Chandler, former owner : Octagon Cleanser THE 1941 LEGISLATURE. .
of the Gem Jewelry, was a visitor
12c $3.50 here Tuesday. He Is a travelling 3 for- _::: ..__, lIe

salesman for the Swigart Jewelry t
yard BOYS Supply houMe'ln Cincinnati, Ohio. Octagon Flakes

LAST i Large 23c THE PENALTY for failure to comply with this law shall r
TIME Tom Sawyer Shirts :Mrs. Effie Johns of Starke, and

.\T THIS PRICE Sleeve ,her ,brother and sister-in-law Mr. Hath Palmolive be that neither the business nor those interested in doing :
Long
'lark' Twain Shirts Sport Collar I I tey and spent Mrs M.Sunday B. Carter In Hawthorne, of Law- 3 for 25c such business may defend or maintain suit in any Courtof i

$1.65 $1.00 visiting their niece, Mrs. F. W. Octagon Flakes, Small 1 this State, either as plaintiff or defendant, until this : f,

Webb. 3 for 2.'>cSUPER I law is complied with, and further that any person violating -

SPECIAL BOYS Mrs. H. V. Knight and little IT..S MERE___._ this law may have information filed against him by
V. Jr., have returned
.
Cotton Blankets OVERALLS from lon the H. Alachua County Hospital THE u'N: !l p r anyone aggrieved or believed to be aggrieved, before "

rOOd( Weight Double Size "Happy Jack" Brand in Gainesville, where! the latter IMPROVED SUds the proper court, and charged with a misdemeanor, and
PriceS1.29>> All Sizes underwent an operation for ap- CONCENTRATED
conviction thereof be fined the sum of $25 or sentenced -
I ,
pendicitis.Mrs. SUDS upon
$ 98c
SUPER YScrws1IiJ
I I Ralph II. Cox and daugJJ- ''I' to jail for 60 days, or both.

WOJIENSBUY NOW ter. Cynthia, have returned to [

I their home In Alexandria, La. !? I
WORK Jackets
OXFORDS Mens Leather ,after a few weeks' visit here with 1 Ir r
,....."r FOR FURTHER DETAILS SEE THE CLERK OF THE
Mr. and Mrs.
forather Mrs. Cox's parents,
Wearing Solid Specially Priced: I -- 13 for ,

Peter's Shoe' Early Sale D. L. Silcox. SUDS \\2Se CIRCUIT COURT OR THE ItRADFOD COUNTY

$1.98 $7.95STERNBERG'S Miss Gloria Johns, accompaniedby IMfea/eear

I her grandmother, Mrs. T. J.

Griffin, left yesterday for Wash 1..1
ington. D. C. Miss Johns will re- GUY'S

same her studies at National Park TELNalAPI/v
Forest Glenn, Md-, and
College, MARKET \ _
Mr trip.*. Griffin will enjoy a vacation ', :



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPo. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTRmJ.Ea
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OT.rlG' OK APPLICATION above entitled cause: and "Brad Brown; The assepsm' ''

WITH OUR FARMERSFloyd 1 Florida State Farm News Hm.tr ron TAX 11111 No.I)KKI 1113)> designated ford County as Telegraph"the newspaper III hereby. In was property In the under "rtlfl'ate,\Jnkno"fit Ib.''"''IaaMea.ment lt

NOTICE IS HEREBY .GIVEN. which Ibla order shall be publishedonce 'Ofmth' ", l
h
That T. J. Alderman holder of Tax a week for four consecutive u'luvicertificate. N,(; -aid Pr" 'r..
Certificates Numbered, respectively. WeekI. the name of Mrs. (] 111 too .
BRIDGE PARTY 22 and 69 Issued. the 7th., day of WITNESS my hand and the seal assessment of th !Inl11an' '
H ;
Townsend
Green has 20 under v Mia Mary 71
acres berries here--8 to 10 cars a day. August, 1939; No. 25S Issued the of this court at Stark., Florida under certificate" N iald r"
cultivation out near the airport. Of course, a lot of farmers have> Members of the local bridge 5th, day of August 1929; NOB. 427 this. 3rd day of September A, D. the name of hlmun '" 601 ''"r I
SCOUT NEWS; club held their weekly meetingat an, Issued the 7th., day of 1941.! assessment of th IJllnker'J'
His 1P497 <
mother Mrs. Mary Emma let their farms go and have goneto Monday evening the local BoyScout July1910s; No. 499 Issued, the 7th.tday (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas under certificate tcj'Bldo_ r.P.
Green, has 120 acres Just back work at Camp Blanding or for the home of Mr, P. D. Fan- of December l 81i; No. 416 Issued Clerk of the Circuit Court. tha name of Ida I
of his farm, 100 of which Is under the Troop held Its Weekly meet' cher last week. Mrs. S. E. Rltch the 3rd. day of August 1931; John J. Henderson Esq ,, assessment. of the smot$5':? ?
W. of
P. A. to the 4t
9-S
neglect of under "
ing at the club house. After the No. 200 Issued the 7th., day Plaintiffs Attorney. certificate No i'K:? pr
cultivation.' And his I brother. their places." won the prize for" high ,score, August 1939; No. 214 Issued the name Off Mary Joiner i-1 In Ih
Congreasman R. A. Green has 300 regular meeting the boys made and Mrs. J. H. Wallace won 4th.. day of July, 1938 and No., 507 men the said e.... '
Turning to the war, Mr. Craw. of July, 1934has Bradford County, aid certificate NoProt.rty
plan. to attend the Scout Court of l Issued the 2nd., day In Circuit Court tMr
acres in the New River section. ford said: "I don't think we're the bingo prize. filed same In my office andhaS Florida. In Chancery. Helen U the name of Unknown WM 1
Mr. Green ha been practicing Honor next Monday at which time' Later in the afternoon delicious made application for tax deed Lee. vs. Charles Lee. On Monday Unless said .. m
going to have' to go over there one or two member of the troop', of ice and to be Issued thereon. October 6th, 1941. the defendant redeemed (Vn1il"H J
refreshment according
cream
: law since 1911. October 10, 1938 and fight. I think our supplies will receive their first Said certificates respectively embrace : Charles Lee, whose residence Is unknown properties. described lh..itaw <.3
;
probably
cookies were served to those pres Is required. to appear to sold to ?
be the
entered the Starke Post office will be sufficient so that we will the following described properties blh him herein. highest bldd'j: 11'111)"ii.
claw certificates. ent. In the County of Bradford the l filed against Court-house door "n
Ve, un clerk. not have to go. Its a tough problem Last Saturday Scouts Joe Town. State of Florida, to-wlti This order to be four published\consecutive once day In the Month on of"!&,.flra, :11.,.

The thing that I am moat Interested to tell how long it will last; lend and Leslie! Bradley passed Members present in addition to NEtt Sec. 14 Twp. 6 S. R. 20 E..... each weeks week In Bradford for County Telegraph A.whIch D. 1941.I. the 6th" day of Ocl.btr C 1111
I. .
those mentioned were: containing I 10 acres, more or
already In
in at this time he said but I still believe published '
Britain will a
newspaPer!
another of their first claw requirements I Is, embraced under Certificate No. larke Florida Dated this 3rd,
,
day
last Saturday afternoon "is the win. I believe if we can keep by going on a 14-mile: Mrs. M. E. Griner Mrs. L. F. 22. said. Bradford September County.4th, 1941( her. A. D. 1841. of -*...
II. I Chapman, Mra. J. W. Ritch Mrs.J. of W of NE"E 10 A of J. Thomas i(OFFICIAL SEAL
International situation. I think supplies over there for another hike. W14 (OFFICIAL BEAD A. Clerk Circuit CourtJvThl"
f NWVi Sec. 20 Twp. 7 8. K. 21 E, Circuit Court, Bradford
A. Lander Mrs. J. G. Godwin Clerk
we are in a state of undeclared that will win. I had County, Florida '
year they Those! present at the Scout containing SO acres more or less.Is County, Florida. 8-1 4t. -,2WOTICB j.BB5M'wir !
war. and 'ft, behooves everybody, two brothers in the other World meeting Monday were Scoutmaster Mrs. Robert Kite, Mrs. C. O. Part- embraced under Certificate No. ,' .' _

'.to',consider It that'' way and to War.and Ibave, two in the army Bryan Whitfield, ,the Rev. ney Mrs. R. P. Stubblns' and .t NWW of NE% of 8WV4 Sec. 14 I OK APPL.C-'TION COUNTY rmrTiTCKBY. II'LOIUb coin, BIR.tDPORb

tighten his belt and buck the now;, but I am right between-I I_. A. Shepherd and scouts BillyOveratrtet Mrs. L. A. Wiggins. Twp.,S S. R. 22 less E.,, containing Is embraced 10acres I .$.FOR... ",TAX 8111 N.DEED.' U18) tll",_
more or Marietta
i I line. There'are Iota'of sacrifices never'got in." Leslie Bradley Joe Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Woodardand under Certificate No. 253. .' NOTICE IS HJSREB1T! : : JGiyEN E ell, Defendant.Erell Plaintiff' >* T. *\I l

; : ( : that the citizenry have to meet. Townsend Jimmy Bradley Char-' son, Richard visited :Mr.-and NEU of,. N154! of NKU. E tlO I'' That t.. O.' PoWell Numbered iholdsr respectively of.\ TaxCertificates 6dei' -of October. On A u MOM-..I?, ",
ft NW NEU ofJIIE See '
. 4 of % of % Defendant
From observation, I think that Charlie McKinney who lives a lea Thornton,.and Gene Cope. Cub Mrs. Bard Gale in Palatka Sun 22 Twp. S S. R. 28 B., 11 acres ,I 194 Issued the 7th., day of July, dence is. he..n.e T. n. ,EacH tooth wh o'e '..ll.1.''*'

within 12 months from this'date mile and a half south of Starkeon Scouts present were Delbert more or less, Is embraced under 1930; No. 881 Issued. the 5th.of, day No. required to appear. to ('srolin5 I,
day. of September 1932; 2-3rds the
one American dollar will be cut Road 13, said Saturday: Certificate: ,Ne t7. Llvln8'Btbn.1 Issued. the 2nd., day of July complaint filed against him bill .01
Crews, Jimmy Brown Godwin and Mrs Ivan Hazen left this week Lot: 4 of B 45. 325 tn. This order h....
'0 In half when we go to purchase "Really, I don't figure that Hitler Buddy Jenkins of Raiford. i Truby & Co's Sub Division of NKVi 1934; No. 302 Issued the fth day of once each Week for to be PUbll.hf\
to her duties at S. R. 22 1'' August 1929; No. 492 Issued the f"ur .. .
resume teaching of NEfc Sec. 28 Twp. 6 < tlve Weeks I con. .
luxuries that we think we HAVEto ought to be talked about. He is K., Is embraced under Certificate I INOLo4t97'3 7th day of July 1930;:; No. 201 Issued n i3radford COOO
Telegraph !
,. nave. On the other hand," Mr. too sorry. He ought to be handled W. J. McGehee of Ocala la staying West Springfield school. in Jack. the 4th., day of July 1921; i In said Bradford a newspaper PlIbll'ht
;' 11 0. Green continued "I do not at this with action-not words! He oughtto with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- sonville. Truby A: Co's of Sub Blk Division 48, .Livingston of NEV No.1S30 600; No.issued 607 the Issued 7th.,the'day 7th.of July day mftarke. Florida. .County i0ptembr' a'd.

time anticipate any Immediate be put out of existence entirely well while working in this vici.' Mrs. Billy Powell and ,Miss ..,f JSEfc Sec. 28 Twp. 8 S. R. 22< of July 1930; No. 400 issue.i the (OFFICIAL SEAL"
S'iJ Edna Pierce of Starke. and Mrs.\ K, IM embraced under 'certificate 3rd day of .August 1931; No. 267 Clerk ) A. J. Thoiys," ,
In the necessities of life. Circuit i
of
shortage or out We're in .
., Uci ruling. shape nity.Patsy NO 45* iHHUed. the 2nd,, day of August' County Florida Court, Bradr0,,
"However" he continued "there right now, according to my notion Dew of Starke spent the Artford Brown of Sampson City, 'fEk! of 8EH Sec. 17 Twp. 7..S. 1920; and No. 1896 l Issued the 7th., .1 !:!:!i iI
to him out of business. week-end with Dora Moncrief.P. visited Mrs. Sanford I Ritch one R. 22 E., containing 40 acres, moreor day of Aug. 1933. has filed name In -
and I d-be put
are speculators w o u less, IM embraced under certificate my office and has' made applicationfor I
. ,rt t.I friendly financiers of the national We're in better shape than we B. Crews and Thomas W. day last week. No. 415. tax deed to be: Issued thereon.

I ) 'g welfare who are spreading propa- were before, and Hitler's been at Williams of Fort Myers and Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Bradley and son, Sec.\1" of Twp.NWW 7 S.ex It.12 22 A E In, containIng SB Cor- brace Said the certificates following. respectively described. em-I OFF I c EJ'

ganda that from my observation it a long time and I think he's Emma Rivers, Mrs. Mary Willard Jimmy, were in Jacksonville last ( (8 acres, more or less. Is em- erties. In the County of Bra ford,
'
weak. I believe and daughter Patricia of Auburn- braced under certificate No. 200. State of Florida. to-wit: I
, is not necessary. We have the our leaders think Monday. loll& of E'Xi of E'/j'\ of NE'i ,of, NEVi BW% of NW'4 ex. 5 A In SE CorA SUPPLIESFor SlrI
.. I average production on our farms that. He could be "handled easily. dale were week-end guests of Mr Ray McCormick of Jacksonville, Sec.. 30_ Twp. 7 H. R. 22 B, containing : 2 A In SW Cor Sec. 17 Twp. 8 '
,, "I can't tell for sure but I can'tsee and Mrs. P. S. Crews. 5 acres more or I....... Is 8. R. 22 E., containing 33 acres
and in the commercial world that ; .
with
I ? & spent Sunday Frank Crews. embraced under certificate No. 214. more or less, Is embraced under
r,. *' n have not no far been exhausted."In why we may not get more Frank Crews spent Friday night Mrs. J. E. Townsend and children NW% of "'E'4 & Wi/. of EV4 of Certificate No. 894.
that deeply into war. What l Is going to In Jacksonville. SE14 bee., 32 Twp. 7 H. R. 22 K, 2', A being 495 ft E & W by 220 ,
'4 conclusion, I. say again Mary and Joe and Mr. and containing 60 acres. more or less ft wide lying along S & K lines. &
U. all we have to do is to get our keep us from itT From what I Little Nancy Lee Knight of' Mrs. W. E. Townsend and son I Is, embraced under certificate No. being In 8% of Bin 2 S of R 2 KIn

-',, I I (1i toes In the ground and If any can gather it seems to me that Starke, spent the week-end with Warren were visitors in Palatka 507.The laid 6 'S.Temples R. 22 Sub E., containing Dlv. See.' 21 3 acres Twp.
of
of make Britain and Russia are holding assessment the property lell.. Is under.
sacrifices are required us Peggy Caldwell. last Sunday. under said certificate No. 22 more or embraced ,

them like members of a democ- their own mighty well. and are was In the name of Walter Will.; Certificate 2 A In SE No.Cor 381.of SW'% of NWM .. '

racy and not be influenced by Hit giving; him as good as he sends. The assessment under the said of the certificate said property No. being 364 ft N & H by 239 ft K & Y-

ler's regime." I don't think we ought to Walt too BOOTSEY'S BEACH BOATDRAINBy 89 was In .the name of Unknown; W loI<,c. 21 Twp. 6 S. H. 22 E, 'con CJ.

long." Mr. McKinney continued: liy Minnie Lee Prlngle Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis The assessment under said certificate of the: said No.property 253 taming emhrnced 2 under acres. 2-3rd more, or of lee Certificate la

T. who lives "If Hitler Is going to oneor wa. In the of No. 325.
Clayton Crawford conquer name P. T. Parker;
Mrs. Martha Green underwentan Mrs. Lot 4 of :Blk 11, Livingston
Eva
Garrett Is,visiting her The of said .
3 1-2 miles out toward Ralford both of those nations, we oughtto assessment prop..rtyund..r Truby & Go's Sub Dlv of NKVi ot '
appendicitis operation at St. parent., Mr. and Mrs. F. M .Gar. said certificate No. 427 was Your Com'eniencel
.
has a 73-acre farm of which 35 get in before he does. If our Vincent's Hospital last i In the name of J. A. Altman; The NE'Sec. 28 Twp. 6 S. R.22 E.,
l. Friday. rett. Is embraced under Certificate No.
I
He Government waits until he r assessment of said property under .
under cultivation. whips
acres are Her friends wish her a said certificate No. 497 In S02.EV4 The Bradford County
speedy recovery C. A. Griffis, Pete Grlffis K. L. was the
raised no cotton or tobacco but them then we've got a worse job nam of Livingston, Truby" Co.; of Blk 40. Livingston':! Truby
: in strawberries than ever. If we get those Ger- Grlffia and Elite Sullivan made a The assessment of the said property 6 Co's Sub Division of NEVi of Telegraph Is Ever Increasing
specializes gen Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford business under Bald certificate No. 499 NE(4( Sec. 28 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E.,
trip to Gainesville last
eral farming and trucking. He mans under our thumb again we was in the l is embraced under Certificate No.
name of Jas.
4 and family of Mandarin spent the : week. Grant! i 492. Its Stock ol
has 20 bead of cattle 30 hogs, a ought to hold them." week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. The erty assessment under .ald certificate of the said No.prop I Com. at a pt 171,{, Chns W of SE
Mrs. Ida Chase lias returned 41S Cor of NEV4 & run W 181 Yds. N Office
Supplies. Bert
: pair of mules and 75 chickens. R. N. Crawford.Mr. was In the name of Ines Ivey Pollard -
511 Yds. E 131 Yds, S 518 Yds to
"I have been working at the THERESSA home after spending the past l ; The assessment of the said Beg. 14 6 B. R. 22
and Mrs. Willie Johnson property under said certificate No. Sec. Twp. E., Are Some of The Many
Ford motor plant in Jacksonville By Mrs. II. D. May and family of Dover were visitorsto week with Mrs. Mattie Hutchinsonof 200 was In the name of Ine> Ivey containing Is embraced 14 under acres Certificate More or less No.,

for 17 years-ever since the plant this section Vanderbilt. Pollard; The assessment of the said Items Now Carried:
Thursday of last property under said 281.NE
certificate
started" Mr. Crawford stated Mrs. W. D. Garrett left here Miss Margaret Grlffls spent the <214 was In the name of Unknown No.; of NEU of SW% Seo. S
Twp. 7 S.. R. 22. E., 10
: containing
vi Saturday. "I make my money Friday for Murry Cross Ala., to I week.W. H. Greene Mrs. Frank I week-end with Mr., and Mrs. Z. Z. The assessment under said certificate of the said property acres, more or less. is embraced

there and put it on the farm," be be with her husband who Is em- Green, and Mrs. W. M. Reddish Grlffls and Mrs. W. E. Green. was In the name of J. R. Dover.No. 607 under said Certificate No. 600. Adding Machine Paper
2 Acres In NW Cor of NEVi of
continued. "I have two hired men ployed there. and family were visiting the bedside Mrs. Richard Clark and small redeemed Unless said according certificate.to law shall the be NWW Sec. 4 Twp. 78. R. 22 E., Carbon Paper

II on the place and my wife and 16- Miss Doris Powell returned to of Mrs. W. H. Green In St. son returned home after spending property: described therein will be containing 2 acres more or less. Is
embraced .
under Certificate No. 607.SE'i
,, ;" Ii in year-old daughter live there. 1 her home in Miami after the sold to the highest bidder at the Manila Clasp Envelopes
, c, .. a week's Vincent's Hospital Sunday afternoon past week with her mother courthouse door the of SW% of SEVi Bee. 4 Twp.
on first Monday
stay in Jacksonville and come visit here with her aunt, Mr. Mrs. Mary Brown and her sister in the month of October 1941 7 8. R. 22 .E.. contain Is ng 10 acres. Pay EnvelopesFile
more less
or embraced under
home every Friday. D. S. Sibley. Mrs. Ruth Earths and Miss Ef- Mrs. Ben Sassee. A.which D. 1941.Is the 6th day of October, Certificate No. 400.

: "The youngest man in the Ford I Mrs. Thornton Johns and children fie Crawford were shopping In Miss Margaret Morrell spent Dated this 3rd., day of Septem. of B.g'2 Chits S of NW Cor of NEV Folders Gem Clips
SW'4 & Run S 3 Chns E 10
plant gets a little better than S7 of Hampton were visiting Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.D. the week-end with her sister Miss belj( A. D. 1941.OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A.I. (Chns N 3 Chna W 10 Chns to Ruled Index Cards
ThomaB.
day and works 40 hours a beg .ex W 1 A Sec. 8 Twp. 7 B.
per relatives here Saturday. D. Barths and son, David Mildred Morrell of Starke. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
., week" he said. Lee of Mr, and Mrs. County, Florida. &-6 4t 9-26 H. 22 lesM B.,la containing 2 acres, moreor Ink (Pints & Quarts)
Mrs. K., D, May was a dinner Columbus Ga.,. spent the Joseph Starling embraced under Certificate .

"It' looks like there Is going to- guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. week-end here'wit I h' relatives. were visiting her parents in Law- N :2 No Acres 257.. of VT'/i of NEH' of Clothes Marking Outfits
be a mighty short of strawberries -.. iv! THR
crop L. J. Wynn of Hampton Monday. They were accompanied home by tey last Sunday. cmrriT COURT EIGHTh 8W4! & 3 Acres In NW Cor of
,"' he Bald, "about one-third Ji niriAt CIHCTIT OK KI.OHIl NWVi of NWJ4 Sec. 8 Twp. 7 S. R. Ruled Note Pads
Henry Howard Legal
Mrs. and
Miss Ida Hasan Earl Geiger, Barths who spent the last family have >4. IV AND FOR BRADFORD' 22 E., containing 6 acres, more or
'J 0I of a crop, mostly on account of James Swindell and L. G. Johns two weeks here ,with relatives.Mrs. moved out of this section Into the cot: !%Tv.l4! CHAVCKHV! less, Is embraced under certificate Manuscript Covers
the drought. couldn't raise No. 1396.
People
I were business visitors in Starke R. N, Crawford visited the Rising section. We miss them, Mary Keogh Drake The assessment of the said
the plants. Of course, some failedin Saturday.M bedside of her daughter, Mrs. W.. and wish them success) in their Plaintiff. erty under said certificate No.prop 394 :Mimeograph Stencils
their crops last year. We cant new home. va- 1410 was In the name of C. L. Peek; The
. H.
*, and Mrs. L. G. Sibley from Green,in St. Vincent's Hospital George Nelson Drake assessment of the said property Mimeograph Paper
'get the to to
right come
buyers
.
D..fendant.OIjEH
i Putnam Hall were Friday night. Harvie Gainey was, visiting Albert under said certificate No. 381 was '
hold the price up. We don't have visiting their Grlffls OP SERVICE In the name of Mack Prlngle The Ink
;
Jack Johns of Monday night. Mimeograph
Is NOTICE I
Tampa
as good a market an Plant City son, E. S. Sibley, here Thursday spending THE TO APPEAR assessment of the said property
night of last week. a while here with his parents, Mrs. Walter Wardand, daughter STATE OFFLORIDA: under said certificate No. 325 was !
has. claim that To George( Nelson Onion Skin Paper
I the Drake whose
They quality Eella. In the name of Unknown The I
Mr. and Mrs. G. 13. Johns. were visiting Mr. and residence IB unknown. ;
of the berries Is not as good here Miss Minnie Swindell of Jack I It la assessment of the said
Mrs. Z. hereby ordered
Z. Grlffls Saturday. that you are under said certificate No. 302 PencilsPencil
as at Plant City. I wouldn't sonville was visiting her I required to appear on the 8th
say parents, Mrs. day In the name of Livingston.
whether It is the business management Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell, here GRAHAM I Green Maggie Green", Mrs. W. E. of above October entitled A. court D. 1941 before the & Co.; The assessment of the .wa.// Sharpeners
and to
children Mrs. Ralph the bill of property under said certificate
of our Farmers' Marketor over the week-end. By Mrs. L. C. Smith Gainey and small son, Mrs. Z. Z. complaint filed. agaInst you |In the 492 waa I n the name of Billie Duplicate Receipt Books

what it is but It Is I
something.We J. S. Johnson was attending
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and Griffis Albert Griffls. and Miss
used to have plenty of straw- to business in Keystone Saturday Rubber Bands
children Mr. and Mrs. Fred Margaret Morrell! w. revisiting

afternoon. Johnson and little daughter Anna Mrs. E. P. Johnaon...of Ralford Salespads Scotch Tape
If Excess Acid cause
i H. D. May was a business visitor
0 Jean, of Waldo were visiting Mr. Thursday..
FREE e poupalnaofStosnsch In Gainesville Monday. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson over the Albert Grlffls 'was ;plaiting: 'the Stapling Machines
Ulcers, Indlceet.loniBloe.tlnr.Cu.Heartbum.Delchln Don't forget Sunday 'School
week-end. home of Mrs. Walter
:. .WardSun Rubber StampsStenographer
'I every Sunday afternoon at the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips and day. 'S-'

Nausea,get a fru. sample of UDCA Baptist Church, and Christian children of Jacksonville spent the Mrs. Raleigh Thomas of Bel- Note Pads

and a me Interesting booklet at Union every Sunday night at ttte week-end with Mr. and Mrs. F. more was visiting her daughter \N 1L1 Typewriter Ribbons

Christian. Every one U cordially M. Mra. Lucite
Griffin. Grlffls
CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE las week.hIGhLAND PALMOLIVE
Invited to attend. 3 for
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rogers and Shipping Tags

r Mis. Susie Hardee who is very Miss Alta Smith Mr. and Mrs. C.
Ill, Is In the MADE WITH 19c Metal Rim Tags
Brantly at
Hospital
AUTO'' PARTSUSED J. Frazier and sons, Charlie and By Miss Beth Wtmb rlyMr. CHAP

: Grand In. Bobble, were visiting In Gainesville 2 '\ CENTIEOUvE0aSUPER O. K. Paper Fasteners
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MIlliken Saturday. and Mrs. Sidney Harris of I \ _
TIRES REBUILTGENERATORS.
and children of Ocala were visiting 'Maxvllle were Asco Paper Fasteners
AUTO !or.. and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandand visitors.here, Thurs-
Mr.- and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan day of last
GLASS CASH FOB Mrs. Eva Strickland and weekT 3 for Card File Indexes

CARS AND TRUCKS INANY Sunday.Mrs. children visited Mrs. Strickland'ssoninlaw Louis Marr of Highland City SUDS

CONDITION. Lydia Hall returned to and daughter, Mr. and visited ,h lIs brother, Joe Marr, here Card Index Trays
"\ her home here Saturday afternoon Mrs. Thursday.Ray 25c Clips
Roy Reynolds at Redtiick ; FOR WASHING CLOTHES Everhandy Paper
,
from Gainesville where she had Knowles of
Used Autos $25 upS Sunday. Green Cove
Boards
been visiting her slater Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones and Springs was a business visitor Clip Board Arch

HASKINSAUTO M. Snowden. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones of here Thursday. m& Expanding Paper Files

Mrs. John Jordan and children Tampa spent several days with Miss Virgie Grlffls, and C. M. OCTAGONSOAP
6 for
PARTS from Hllcrest visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Grlffls made a trip to Jackson- Metal Files
North of Town Road IS Mr. and Mrs. S. R Swindell recenllY'1 -
on here Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ville Thursday. ;, NEVVAND 25c India Ink Wire Trays

Sunday. family and Mr. L. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Percy-Lee: of Jacksonville .055* ,

--- -- visited Mrs. Smith's soninlawand. visited' relatives here fl'T% IMPROVED Marvel Punches
.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR .daughter. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Tuesday. .i. Scratch Pad Holders

Graves, in Daytona Beach re- Mr. and Mrs. S. Charley were

My Many Yean Experience Make It PoMlblo for Me to Render can tI).. dinner guests ot' Mr.: and Mrs. KLEKjFORWASHINGDISHES 3 for Ink Eraser Stick Files

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS 8ERV1CKBIOOBRATB Mr. and Mrs. David Kelley of Clarence Davis in Starke' Sunday. Ring Binders

PRICES Starke attended church servicesat Mrs. D. C. Reid of Maxvllle 25c

I I DeWITT C. JONES the Christian Church Sunday. was a visitor here Friday. -

1 SUrke Florida Roy Roberta of the State Farm M Fanning was a visitor to

J was visiting In our section Sunday Starke Wednesday. RemingtonPortable

Mrs. L. R. Green and Miss

: Jeanette Green attended Church Octagon Toilet Soap, '3 for 14C

W.T.CLUTEREALTORF.H. GreenwoodBy services at Long Branch Sunday.

: A. LOANS Visitors from Jacksonville Monday Octagon Cleanser 3 for TYPEWRIT!iii
Minnie It* Prlngle included 14C
We want the listing on your propertyWe : C. C. Cannon Wm. ,
Reid J. W. Byrd.C. .
have wonderful for sale) Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Saundersand
some properties
M. Grlffls w a a In Lawtey Octagon Granulated large
children of St. 21c
Augustine _
3 See us about. your Real Estate Needs spent the week-end with 1lra.Baander's Monday.S. .

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 mother. Mrs. Daisy A. L. Extra Gang No. 1, Jack White Eagle Chips

Prlngle.Mlsa Bowen foreman finished their _. 37C
is work oa road bed through here
8 Evangeline and Lorraine

Starling of Jacksonville spent the thorne Friday Saturday.and were .moved, to Haw Octagon Granulated, Small, 3 for 25c


,,,1 L Gulf Life Insurance Co. and week-end Mr*. with Nathan their Starling.Mr. parents. Mr. Ernie Padgett was a visitor to

./ :. and Mrs. Earl Moaley and Jacksonville Monday. Octagon Flakes,' Large 23c
Nelson T. Green
and children of
t 00 baby and Miss Daisy Prlngle and
3 St AGENTS daughters Lawtey visited relatives.. here $5 Down
were visiting the bedside Octagon Flakes Small 3 for
Sunday. 25c
of Mrs. LJtzle Rosier Sunday $5 Per MonthBRADFORD
ROY M. STONE W. R. (DILL) ALVAREZ
S afternoon. tton attended church services at

P. O. Box SOS, Starke, Florida We all welcome Frank Crews Evergreen this week-end. Bath Palmolive, 3 for _,_ 25c

home. He has been enlisted in A revival meeting 'begins at
'
Stp
the army. Evergreen COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Baptist Church Sunday
SEE US TODAY TOMORROW IS
-
Mr. and Mrs. Brit Rosier
were night September 21. EveryoneIs
'
0" OFTEN TOO LATE visiting Mrs. Ltzsie! Rosier Sunday Invited. Rev. Sweat will conduct Earl Cook's Store

I1Jt afternoon.A the revival assisted by the

U large crowd from this sac- pastor Rev. H. .M. Tinman. Phone 29

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SEPTEMBER 19. 1941 SEP 191941PAGR.
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On k e :feminine Side SUNNY By MlM BROOK Anula Crosby FARM :J/'e cimcrci Corner t tI


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman I
,
and children Clinton Glenn, and '

Conducted By Ruby Moore Barbara Jean, of Water Oak were I'I'I

'Istttng Mrs. Norman's parents j

'Charm Mr. and Mr* W. L. Crosby. Sunay -
PROSE ANDPQETRY I

Through Clothes II "" '' I ,
FASHION PREVIEW Mrs. LUzle McKinney of Starke

was a Sunday dinner guest of her t

.oolly'ant.l A Suit First" Ister, Mrs. Arle Brown. She was
"E"II'Jally ,
the first drew one I TUB ETERNAL FRIENDBy ccompanled home Sunday after- '
tau fall U a basic '''' J
Mrs. Brown.
tor in tbe .: 'i. noon by
: but stylists tell us ;' '\.w.. 'Austin Carlton
dress Henry I Mr. and Mrn. J, B. Grlner of

at ibis season wardrobes are 'f'' ';:' When sad cast. down or sorrow Tampa were week-end guests of 1'

Wit around suit What : :, fulBecause Mrs. Grlner's brother-in-law and ,

:Df.fTallored. Tweeds, Herring- misfortune have had. Uter, },..Ir. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Ir. '

Glen Tweeds. Bold Block What can we do to help the soulBe and Mrs. J. N. Kelly returned

11: Jacket & Skirt comblnalth -Joyous always, and not sad? homi> with them after spending '

matching vests and In several weeks in Tampa. with rellives. -
IIJdressler fleld' the soft flat' Can he. who is of human mould .

type of dress When such ,a time as this draws J''
dressmaker Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Owen and
r
il:coat, either matching or conLtlng \ near children were vUUIng Mr. and
Lock up his heart and not unfold
in material. Vrs. Josle Starling Sunday after-
His sorrows to some friend who'sdearT
I With the wide variety of suits oon.
Ii IiPhU
til of the glamorous colorings A large crowd from thla section

L d most important of all-new Who la so stony-hearted cold. ttended the Bradford County

\\a and lengths In coats-you That, when these sorrows hover- Singing Convention at Pine Level
'
find a becoming suit 'iuund.Goes
td i can Church Sunday.

\ fall Climatic conditions ofLn not unto his friend of old M,'. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and

*. more or less Influence our Where often soUce may be found ? hlltiren Sherman and Beverly

tctlon, for we may admire the There's to who Jo, of New River attended Church Marian. the who took this delightful
Lining fur-trimmed suit that only'One we may, a was lucky guy
fashion magalnes 'Mid\ sorrows sore or joy supreme at Corinth Sunday and were diner "Informal" shot of four high school lovlles puddling around In
In our
aee guest of their son-in-law and
get the real wear out Go, firm In faith without dismay. their bare feet after a thunder shower last week. Tha elrl.dldn.t .
Lt t will we daulthter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Sure that Hta hand will still bo
kit? Clrby. want to upon their fragile shoes while puddle-jumping;

I knobby materials and seen- so they took 'era off and cheerfully pimed for thU plctureoftheweek. -
Heavy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of
to makes Left to right: Arllna Dew Hobble Cameron, Alice June
Le eeds have a tendency And that la Jesus. Jesus only Starke wer visiting Mr. Ward's

i look larger. Leave these ma- Wise men saw Thee from afar. parents, &%: '. and Mrs. W. C. Ward Harding and Margaret Strlngfellow. (Print by Bradford( Photo

rials to those who wear under Thou art altogether lovely. Sunday, Shop.)

Thou'rt the 'Bright and
Morning
eighteen.
Milts Madeline' Crews of Jack-
materials take Star'. D. 1.41. .M. ,
Soft woven on vllle was the week-end guentf infant A. v
Morgan .
l n"t..1 thl. Sril, duy. of Septan*
man-tailored suit ,
ds off. The ""Wonderful the prophet called her parents Mr. and Mrs. her, A. t>. 1941. ,,,(
,ulr s a very good figure and The Kirby Crews. Mm. Kmmalyn Morgan of {OPfr'K'lAf.1" KKAt.I ) A. J. Thorn
.
set ; riark of I'lrttult, Court of HradlrCounty
fctreme accessories to really 'Counsellor" thou art to men; Donald Kelly was transacting Starke announces the birth of a Florida. '-5 4tN ,to

off. Be sure that you can "Mighty God" thou prov'dst to be mslneas in Gainesville Tuesday on on September 0. The Infiint -

nage this. It la one of the Win Young Ottl/a..on./or tht high ichool glrlt of th*land mfft, For Thou savest from all sin. Marion Moody and sons, Al- died on September 7.ftortrn O'I'U'.q OPKOI T" \"rrl.U''rION'ur.aoU':
try hardest suits to wear corcuy. meeording to Sfpttmbtr Good lloutekerpinf, a camtl-ealarvd ptald HMW| 4rnata Illll III". KI.1INOTICW
.nil with red brotcn Ihe tkirl under thiorfcel unoW $ff. bert> and Chester were visiting OIVKW.Tlml :
or mer plaid, $8, 'Prince of Peace" o'er all the u.* ,rrl.lr'TIU'If in unmuriY; .
for variation th. txtra-camrl colored bojtth wool, facltfl fa under $9.By .Ir. Moody'a ulster Mr Arle KOIl 'TtX IIKNItrnal : : !.. A. l>"vla hultlar nf Ta*
I I said knttM. world .
suits fVrtlfloiitaa I Nunilmrnd
Knitted -yes ranpotlvly.No.
Drown, Thursday of last week. <'' Illll No. InNU"II'loJ :
but worked out so cleverly 'Everlasting Father". Thou; "U'I HKKKI1Y UIVIW.Thnt 4* ami ln. 470 anil No. 47* i
Mrs. SaJUe Tlson of Tampa andtfra. lluby A. Itayaa ImMitr' at T"" Imiiioil 7th.. ilny of July A. n, 111311;
of and "Lord ofLords"
lat: you would never know It, 'King King 1'"rlltlo'1N..). II, 'Umiml. Ih. Tlh,, No. l < and Nil. till laniiad! tha 4th ,
are being shown In \ Florrle Wills of Staike spent lny, or July A. l n. IIMO (in.I, T. ... (lay a year with Mrs. Inez ... ,. In my offlra nn To Thee alone bow. Vedncaday KtMly I'"rlltl,'.' No. I Hit\ l iui.l thn Tlh < 1
'alds, stripes many different we humbly Mr. and Mrs.: Ovid Thomas and .1,1'I 1
lor combinations. The beauty of my offtra and hna nm-lo nl" l>Hittlon -
'Not servants",Baldst. Thou "but baby of Starke were vUltlng In for a tmt ,il"".| to tin |1..1' Halil rarlirirntaa imrttvty. *mlirarn -
ese suits la that they do not liHiton. 1 HuUI onrtlfU'wIaH .mhrai'ith tha follitwlnic <1 ....1'1".1 propftrtlitH I
frlenda are thlll section afternoon.Mr. .
yv Sunday
In ti> tha Cuiinty: of Hruufuril.Wlata I
,
and come under following liiwrlttml' I'ror'
ish or muss 'If ye but do your Master's will." and Mrs. Lloyd Crews. Bill 'lCounty. of llracKunl Mtalo 01t'.11I of p-iorlita.. to-wlf: ''
ke of the ever-ready I..t 1 of Illk I I. 1.lvln..ln"Trillo
Lit. heading Camilla Bradley .?r: Oh, ever give us grace to be 'lerce, and Curtis Jones of Sander ,NKS" >t,of I lo-wit NW(.',: all W'i' of NWUn >% t'n'n Aililltton I to Htark* MnH\ Winf '

OF Thy friends O Lord, though on were visiting Mr. and Mrs. nf lUvxr Hurl.,Inn I II I Towimlilp. fl Nlt]>( H ,u. Ill Twn. 11I' '. I
i\ .. f
.
I Th two piece suit that looks EOITQ.R U mbrar it unilar t'vrliricalaNo.
Hunt uunlalnlna
servants :'still.Worst l Mouth. Itiinvn !IH ;
Warren Kelly Saturday. They .
4(1.1.(
:
8 i a dress and can be worn 8.8uch. HOME GARDENING MAGAZINE fy were accompanied homo by Mr.
  • Aero r rvtrtirirnta*, IMOI r., .or N,I..IM St.'I.I ttrnhriuiauun 11 lock* T, R. 9, (::19 Inla), [.Ivln<<- ,

    or with a soft blouse la an hot 1 '.f Mlk 5. IJhm.In flty Bar, mon. Trufiy; A 4'it'a; Ailillllon (itHtnrka "
    and Mrs. Kelly und children who SI : H. It. ft 10: ,, ta eintiracrdun'lxr In WH\ of NW/4' H n, II* Tw|>.
    suit for Florida falls Twp
    ortant Disease. S H 11.3 11:., l I. ..mbrauail undaru
    .
    pent the week-end with relatives -i rtlflf.te No. l 169.l
    icause of Us weight.. Garden sanitation U Important an early variety now. Choone a In Sanderson.Mr. Tha .....nn..Mi..nt of tha mild, 1 1'.01"pr" "rtirii>nla Nil. 4TItlncka '
    With dark suit wear a every month In the year but it protected. location on the South umlor th'' a''.l: l certificate No. 10. t'13b.A Iota). LlvInvulnn -
    your ; : Trulvy' ( toHiarka
    .
    and Mrs. Jack Smith and
    of and Name of dlaruse: MORIBUSJUNDAYITIS. l u 't wan In thi> nama of Mr*
    side the house trench
    dig a .
    Irlght hat this Red with .. In W'h..t NIOVi Hon.: IK.Twn.
    should be nnil tha niantnf
    year emphasized particularly M. W.] Clark i aaa a
    have moved to
    with timber six inches deep. Pulverize the laughter Jerry aaM. property tin.li.r aalil, oartl.'Irnta H, It. II K, la .,mbraoadunilnr
    |lack, purple green. In the fall when Insects are lookng fIt Plant City to make their home. ''' Nu. II) waa 'In tha name of i-artiriuata r""r 47 i',
    of trench
    soil in the bottom the to
    d I of course the NEW shade ofold U a disease peculiar Illk 10. a* lot aak" Aililltlonto
    Jnknown.Unlaaa
    around for a protected spot and mix bone meal with It, allow Church people. Miss Nona Brown spent Thurs- aaM, enrtlrtcatan ah.lt bariilMamipi1 Hlarka In NWVi of NWV N ofIMh
    I with all the deep rich shades In which to hibernate. Iris and lay night with hor uncle and itcoordlnir to Inw thaproperty HI Hao.: I.*. Twp. S H' ll/IJ .n., t' '
    t brown. A ing a pound of fertilizer to a ten 1. Its : .. will. haaulii ,la ambrauad. undar oitrtlfluata. No.
    dashing lapel pin symptoms ilonorlhml th raln
    day-lilies should have been stripped aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Moody .... \
    Ltier;( matching your accessories foot trench. The symptoms vary but It never til the hlchaat' hldI..t tharourthouaa I. 4. II I. T. I. 'I'
    of dead leaves and stalks seed rather and of New River door, on th ft In decided contrast adds the Sow the thickly Interferes with the appetite. In tha month of Octobar, 1941, II. .
    Revival services will start at
    but I
    venture to >
    long to Hlarka NW of N
    ago say the when In 4 NWU '
    thin plants necessary whtPh la the (Lh day at Uutobar If
    ntohing touch. that many clumps have been over later Cover the seed with 2. No physician 1s ever called. Corinth Church Sunday night, 1141. I nf. tlh Nt. H.". IS Twp. S M. R tiM. ,
    on. la mbraoail undar oartltluataNo.
    "Suitable suits that suit your never1' 24 8 the' l>*to looked. Pull up and burn your about Inch of soil water well 3. It lasts more than October continuing through Sftl.Tha .. t'l
    an bar 141OrviCIAfi
    !fda"'ls the motto this season. bedraggled annuals and cut back trench with long hours. week. Every'! one is cordially Invited ( ;; RRAM A. ,T, Thomaa aaaaam..nt nf the aaM prop: f j ,
    the a
    Next and cover arty undar aalil cartlfluataa No. 48H, '
    week this article will ben ("I..k of 'lroiiit Court of nr..tr..r.
    summer perennials that have finished board. After germination the 4. It always proves fatal in the to attend. County rlorlrt... |.( 41 '.11 470' and 4T8 waa In tha nama. ofI i .
    ,.
    i a dress for every occasion. 1.. I'aakl I and tha aaaanamant oflha '
    Clarm bloomluff. The few last blossoms board should be removed. As end-to the soul. an Id. proparty unii..r anlil cartlflciUaa -
    Through Clothes comes that these sickly plants offer fill BROOKERBy Ni>. I4V and 251 waa aaaaH -
    the seedlings gradually 5. It Is becoming fearfully
    o you each week through the grow pre .'il In the name of C. I* J. Ltfn'laaa ,
    of now are poor compensation up the trench until it reaches valent and la destroying thousands Mrs. L. U rarker !\IOTU'III or "rrU"'Tlo'll J..k. ,
    Inc. '
    Courtesy Marian Hamann for the enemies that they will harbor This method of KOH TA" IIKf.lltnritmlf ( nalil' nartlflcuta nhall harailuamad
    795 Vernon Terrace Jacksonville ground level. every year. ,. Illll. III... 1H.1INOTICW : acrordlnit ta Inw. the
    over the whiter. planting sweet peas will produce THE ATTACK: Si\VIN: (} t'MJH MKT JI4 IIKHI5 IIY (1IVKN priinarty. dnarrllmd' thoroln will baaold .'I '
    &ewlng at the Thnl W. H, Hlblay hol.Ur of Ta* II the blddvr. at tharnurthoiiaa
    and and will Insure The / Club met ) hlvhi-Mt I
    gardenias
    Llgustrum, privet sturdy plants
    strong ... .. ,
    The attack comes on suddenly nrtirii'Kl"n Nuniliornil raaioptlv| ly, ilnnr on th. flrat Mnn- ''j'
    should be sprayed with oil well protected roots. Be toma of Mrs. A. L. Green Jr., MJ. Jilt. 1ft8( an-1 11I'1..01 tha Tlh, day 'In tha month of October. 1841.whlrn '
    20 Years emulsion extra Insurance firm for every Sunday. No symptoms are Sept. 9.After. "l.iy of H"I.'h.r| A. H. 11)3..., h.. la tha Ith day of llctohar, \
    Ago as sure to supply a support felt Saturday night. The tll...' aunia. In my offlca. and, tmaniKd A. IJ. lutl.
    on
    against white fly next spring. The the vines as soon as they are six the business meeting an ,, >i pll"allon fur lax ilaoil to Datad. tiila Ird day of Hvptamttrr -
    THIS WEEK extreme dampness of the past Inches high. A good plan Is to patient sleeps well and wakes hour was spent In sewing. ba ,iHHiiail th raiin.Salii A. H. 1041.OKKHMAf "
    feeling in the best of condition cartlflcataa rnpartlvly am* ( MI A. J. Thoniaa.1'lark t
    summer has provided a n Ideal place the support in readiness At the close of the mnetlng, re- l>rara tha followlnif daNrrllK' *:)! proirtla of eats a hearty breakfast, but about 'reshments were enjoyed by all. I In lha County I of tlruilforil: Klorldit ItII!> 4t 9tlPALMOLIVE
    B condition for the growth and time the seed are planted.
    H. S. faculty for the 1921-22 at the church time the attack comes on, ; Hint* of Flnrl'... InwlfNW : '
    Perm: Ben]. B. Lane principal; spread of camellia scale. Inspect Given the right start in a sunny oMtesiies for the evening were!. : of NW<4 e.t HWU H.n. 1 Twp.AH. 'If
    .
    continues until service* are over Mrs. George Haz n, Mi's. Earl I R. SI Ifl, pontalnfnc, 20 a<>ra, ,f
    Jeannette plants carefully, particularly location!< sweet peas are
    Mrs. protected .
    jMiw Matthews your for the morning. Then the patient niora or laaa, la ainbravail undarCortlfloata
    the lower leaves for this little trouble. The only Green and Mr Fred Hazen. Nt). I4JtCVt
    W Alderman (high, school). among very
    feels and eats a hearty .
    easy \ of NKM!:\ of HK'/t Man. 3 Twp.M .
    radell!: Miss Zoie H. Bailey MissEva white fuzzy scale that eventually other obligation Is to cut the dinner. In the afternoon he feels JLDILKB: HILL BILJJEH II. ta 1 M., rontalnlnar aft acraa.mora .

    i Powell Chas. R. Sapp Mrs. takes the color out of foliage and blooms every day to keep the much better and Is able to take Friday night September 19, at of !*No.... 1 114.la ambracail unilarCartlflcata

    "is McGruder, Miss Marguerite subsequently causes It to shed.Cautioq vines from going to seed. Red a walk or a'Yong' motor ride and 8 o'clock the Jubilee Hill Billies W'\* of NK'4'\ of NWU of NWI4Han. ::1.i

    Wver, Miss Lucy Wethlngton. i should be exercised in spider Is just about the only pest then come home and read the will be at the school auditorium 11 a Twp acraii* H mnr U. It or M..U,..contalnlnaT laambrarad -

    "8S Evelyn Demaree, Miss Olive the application of oil to any plant. to worry about and it can be controlled Sunday newspaper. He eats a with a program of munlc and undor C..rtlrl..I. No. It*. :
    : I' directions by dusting with sulphur at HWV4 of HW<\4 of HW% H.". ItTwp. .i J
    iY.Mias Follow manufacturer's foliage hearty supper but about church vaudeville act* Admission will 1 H. It. II F... oontalnlnc 10
    Alleen Alvarez entertained for proper dilution and do not apply the first sign of rusty looking time he has another attack and b 15 and 23: cents. You are .cr... mora or laaa, la ambracadunilar

    |'l'ueaday night at the home of her oil within 30 days after sulphur -. thinks It Is best to stay home urged to attend. Tha aaaaaament i.'artlflpata. of No.tha II*aaM. prop-

    Putnts Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- has been used since these For answers to your questions from the evening services. He arty unilar aald. cartlfluata N... 193waa ,
    < end a Harold of Jacksonville In tha of O, fI'. Wackar
    wej. on gardening problems a Sapp nama
    Mills not compatible.
    Madge Mlddleton and two substances are wakes up Monday morning refreshed man: Tha aaaaaamant of tlm aald.jroparty ,
    10e WainWrIght were Awarded .. If the sun Is very hot, self-addressed, stamped envelope and able to go to work was the week-end guest of his utulor aald' j:*rtlflrat eH No.; r
    iPrtzes to the Service Department, Home mother Mrs. Nora Sapp, 114 waa ,In tha nama of J. fj. r.
    in the
    the advertising contest.! wash the oil off of plants day and does not have any "symptoms dan A Hona; Tha anaaaiimant of th* 3 for .
    lancing;, to the sweet strains of after it Is applied. With a little Gardening Magazine 610 Blenvllla of the dl ea te until the following Mr. and Mrs. L. W Sowell of alii: proparty undar: aald CarllfleataNo. !
    La. or friends. I In tha of J. O.Kollar 19c
    Iflctrola have sweet St., New Orleans Mlcanopy were calling on Ill waa nam
    music was indulged In to luck, U la possible to Sunday morning. ; and tha aaaaaiimant of tha I
    |' late hour. for Christmas by planting care of thla newspaper. and relatives her Sunday.Mr. .aid proparty undar aald.. oartmoalaNo. \.
    A delegation of Starke citizens peas THE REMEDY: and Mrs. Sanford flitch and l II* waa In lha nama ..rJ. I* Octagon, LargeGranulated t ;

    One large dose: "Be not deceived. of Ralford ware week-end llardan Hona.tfnlaaa 23c
    son ,
    |Went to Long Branch Tuesday to aald rartlfloataa ahall haradacmad
    God la not mocked. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L A arcordlnn to law. lhaproparty
    | "ciMa the prospect of extending Hampton Happenings daai-rlbad tharaln' will. baaolil t
    the Florida Farms &: IndustriesHo's' Galatlans 6:1.Exchange.Tooillouae: Brown and attended church ser to tha hlahaat blddar.. at thapourthoua Octagon Toilet
    vices her Sunday. door on tha flrat Monday
    '
    railroad from Klngsley Lake In tha month of Octobar 1941 3 for He
    t>yMrs. Jacksonville spent the week-end Promoted Friends of Mrs. Beulah Harrell whlh la the Ith day oftob.r,

    His, Mr. and Mrs J. will regret to learn that sbe 1s Granulated f '
    Audrey Johns a )I. W. Morrow with her parents. Octagon
    gave prom small metal house that
    The III this week. We wish her
    wty Wednesday evening compll- J. Pickren. I very Small 3 for ._ 25c
    Miss Cleo Saxon of Fort Lauderdale acted as tool house for the new a speedy recovery.Mr. .. -
    *wntlng Miss Clara Mae Durden was the guest"of her father Mrs. Lynn Hall and Mrs*Clarice Florida theatre during' the past and Mrs. Harley Hazen and We Waah Your Car For. 4j

    Tampa who has been visiting Adklns spent Wednesday visiting several weeks haa received a visitIng 75cIf Octagon Cleanser
    "8r Saxon, the first of the children of Center Hill were -
    tast llater. Mrs. O. L. Beasley. George friends and relatives In Lake But promotion. It was moved to the Mr. Hazen's parents Mr. and 3 for __ ___ __ He

    traa Surfday afternoon there week.Henry left Tuesday for ler. rear of J. M. Alvarez store Tues Mr O. W. Hazen Sunday. It Rains Again In 2.

    &ncI some good music at the park. Guy Atlanta Ga., Mrs. Luclle Dudley of Dad City day where U will be used as awarehouse. Mr and Mrs. Elton Harley were Octagon Flakes
    next University in Hours We Will Waah It
    Sunday S. E. Ritch will Emory N. of
    Lena Dudley. R. '
    the clarinet where he will enter the Theological and Miss visiting Mrs. Chas. Hardy, 8r., Large ... 23e !,
    1a17 In orchestra to :
    ead an Bay Pines stopped, Saturday Who knows but that In the In Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Attain FREE .:

    the singing. Seminary. visit Mrs. J. T. Guy. Mrs. Dud vlclsaltudes that come. Its Mr. and Mrs. James) Cason and Bath Palmolive
    Pvt. many
    N. D. Wainwright Jr., Clarence Mead of West Palm from Dublin, Va ,
    ley was enroute be that of children the week-end In
    Incarnation
    !! next may spent :
    ached here after the week-end with DRIVE IN AND LET US 3 for 25c
    Wednesday Beach spent to Dade City. a hot-house or taxi-cab office! GalneitvlUe-rvtth. relatives.Mrs. !
    ::1119 itrenuous Army service. Fore his sister, Mrs Woodrow Hicks. Edward .
    Miss Betty Durllng. Emma Knight of Tampa
    FILL YOUR TANK WITH Small
    Wednesday Flakes .
    months he was stationed at Mrs. Thomas Dyal left Saxon and Miss Pearl Dee spent of Jacksonville spent Sunday Is visiting with Mrs. E, C. Parker Octagon "

    111()81tlco. Calif., where the there for an extended visit with Saturday in Palatka. nlgbt with J. A. Harns<
    meter does not go below 105 her daughter. Airs. W A. Rogers Mead was honored ]Monday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae of

    ;grws, n s was In San Antonio of Jacksonville. Eugene afternoon at a party given Pine Level were In UiU section A Noble Custom SHELL GAS 'T'S HER
    at the time of the terrible returned to
    Miriam Guy afternoon.R. .
    Miss Mrs. Olie Pierce on the occasion Wednesday HEW

    A (>and lost all his, belongings.Cl Tallahassee Saturday for her by of his ninth birthday anniversary. C. Keene of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis have YOU'LL GET; MORE IMPROVEDCOHC THE
    mmltte
    sC from the Woman'sor. Senior year. The ten young guests spent the week-end with his formed a praiseworthy habit rTRATO

    J ompo8ed! of Mrs. K. E. Can- The Rev. and Mrs. W. T Ry- enjoyed games and refreshments. mother. Mm."'H. H. Keene. since the establishment of Camp MILES PER GALLON
    Mrs.
    SUDS
    j. H. Rltch and Miss visited ,
    '; croff of Camp Blanding Among those attending the sin)& Bland Ing. They try to take one SUPER

    tiMRay tie" hands.> WIth hav a number of Miss Rubye Bernhardt Sunday GUM BRANCH at Pine Level Sunday were: )Mr or more soldlars home with them j
    thorough ly
    afternoon. Ctld ParrlAh and Mm. T. N. Norman & n dfam11) lo dinner from Church each Sun
    the 8chol building and :Miss. Dy Airs.
    Mrs. J. T. Amberson and '. Mr and Mrs. F. 8. Sapp day and in case the soldiers are GOODYEAR
    111frythln, I. ready for the open- of Birmingham.Ala. Mrs. D. Warren of.. select from they take
    Lucille Amberson Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. L. L. Conner and not there to

    ., spent several. _days last week Starke were guests of Mr. and Minn Elna Conner. nama other hungry-looking person TIRES, TUHES 13 for I

    | TaKS with Mrs. Ethel Jones.Mr Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday afternoon. Those from this section who attended or persons Instead. The "roving AND BATTERIES I

    VOTERS and Mrs. Ollie Pierce were Mrs. H. H. Keen and son Harley the funeral of Woodrow reporter" H. A. Carlton. and hll SUDS25c\

    I WlSb to thank all those who called to Lulu Wednesday by the and Mr. and Mrs. Van Ice Alvarez Jut week were: Mr. and wife got In on that technicality ",

    IUP\IOrted\ me In my recent race death of Mr. Plerce's mother. Keene and ion. Vsnlc*. Jr., of Mrs F. 8. Sapp, Mr and )1,... L last Sunday. Thanks for the rain
    10
    IUcceed myself as City Coun- Mra Eva Pierce. Funeral ser Lawtey were visitors to Jackson L. Conner, Ml** Elna Conner T that kept the soldiers away from GAINES SERVICE 1

    Although I ws unsuc- vices were held Wednesday afterMr's. rill Saturday.Edd N. Norman and Eldon Sapp. church: Tip TopGrocery I
    ul, t received much more noon. Parrish of Jacksonville People of this section are bus STATION
    thaza a mere James Kite of Starke was Strawberries after t h e MANILA CLF.N'F.LOI."I' J
    complimentary vote Sunday night with his wife, setting On Temple Are.
    tIIcI,, hOld no IU wm against thotIe the guest of )(rs. Ethel Jones spent Mrs. Leila Partish.J much-needed rains that hav been -9<12: $3 per 100-MK.U>FOIIO

    o d-* not support me. 'SaturdaY.MLss Lou PIckren of D .Carter, and Lum* demons) falling. COUNTY TCLEOHAMI. Jt'j

    O. L. Beasley. V1r ,

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    ;4 $ rAce EIQHT ____ADFORD _COUN'1'l"____TELEGRAPH._______STutKE._____FLORIDA_______________________________FRIDAY.____ SEPn:1\f.:: ........._ "...

    of 5.0.1 1 required to appear on the 6th day This. order
    sister Mrs. M. S. Hayes' In above entitled. court to the bill of Corner on East boundary October A. D. 1941 before theabove to bit
    her of
    and runthence week
    K. for PUhUoh.
    :2J
    < S., R. four<
    In the a2, Twp. .
    complaint filed agUnnt you
    entitled court to the bill of
    New River News Gainesville. and "Bradford North 661 rt., thence South Bradford COunt "e..ut ', ,,,
    al>ov. entitled cause: SSI16 ft. complaint filed against you In the T.
    l is hereby desig- 99! degree 4i() minute Went newspaper PU ".,
    Telegraph"
    have been County and hU.hMd
    and Mrs. Johns above entitled cause "Brad ford
    Sgt. In which to right of way of State. Highway I 'ounty j It, ..
    fluted us the tiewrpaper dtiirk
    Is
    Telegraph"
    ford
    County herebydesignated
    24mfnutes t.
    visiting Sgt. Johns' sister In thlll order shall b. published once 13 thence run South 60 degrees 1941. Florida
    of as the newspaper In (bl"FICIAT.
    said right :
    Jennie Lee' Lazonby NEW Bt'ILin.VO MadlHon. His niece returned with R week for 4 consecutiVe weeks.seal West, Highway along 13, 1331.9 i which this order shall be publishedonce Clerk REAl., A 1 '
    State
    and the of Cir 'tI
    WITNEsS hand way 1' '
    I I The Prlest-Sheppard two-story them for a visit. at thin court my at ttiarke. Florida. ft.. theiif run South 3 degrees 84 k a' week for four consecutive County, FloridaIn "ur, Br'' ;
    BIKTIID.IY PARTY of September( A. 1,). minutes East 847.5 ft., thence Houth wee< \ s. '.11
    filling station Is being enlarged Grady Mlzell. who has been this 17th., day I 79 11 minutes East 1293.8ft. WITNESS my hand and the deal _

    Friday, September 12, was a 'on the east and south sides. The working down in the Okeechobee 1941.\OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. degrees to right of way of 14. A. L.. of thin. court of at Stark, Florida, Floridain Circuit < '", ''""''fordr.
    time for Little and I Railroad, thence North 18 degrees1 this ,3d! day ,! September! ,. .A. D. .k'
    happy Bobby Clerk of the Clr.uult& Coyrt. Johnson .
    new addition, 12x34 feet, Is being section: for a week and visitingtoo minutes East along jald 1941. vs. Clarl4""r?
    Jonnie Frances Crews. built for the of la back home A. P. ('arnotPlaintIff's 10-10 311 of 1851.7 ft.. thencerun OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. .1. Thomas Monday Ol.tOIJ", Sih. "rf
    purpose enlargingthe with his sister, ; Attorney 9-19\ 4t road right way 28 minutes Clerk of tile Circuit Court. fend"nt, Charlea >> !

    Mrs. S. L. Crews, thetr mother, service station and their home. this week. -- West South SS2.7 feet 89 degrees to point of beginning Sam B. WilsonPlaintiffs reMldennn Is i.."bod Johiiap, J

    tjjpp entertained 27 youngsters with a The new addition Is only one Pvt. Dan Hazen of Camp Blan- I:% "'1\101 CIHCt'lT C'OfMT. nH.\I>- being. In Sec. 32 and 83. Twp. Attorney. 9-5 it B-28 appear Columbus to, the GeorgiaPALMOUVE )I. Alian l'eqUIr,
    I" and excepting bill
    Jolly birthday party from 3 till story high.Contractors. ding was the week-end guest of CIIA"'l'EnY.KOMII f'O" >TY' FLOItIl and therefrom. Range the aforesaid following! (let exception once herein. Thl. ardor flJ.d 10 ..'Mil". .

    6, out on their lawn. are Smith Johns his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. aule K. DIcKBon ) T>g.' at of SB paid cor,Sec.of SWVi 32 and of In Circuit Court, Bradford County Weeks a In we..k IIndtord: for four non.PU".
    Plaintiff SEii: "f NKVi
    and Bud Florida.-In Chancery. Beulah Hur- graph, a COunt,
    under Moody. State
    Andrews. of n"wpat
    Many games were played and Mrs., Rudolph vs- run West to right of way ton v. John O. Barton. On Monday, 8ald Bradford Ubli'h

    dl the supervision 0 f Mr. Crews. CHURCH OF GOI Alvin and Wllliard Wynn of 1I10rrill,I... Dlckson, Highway direction 13, thence along In said a North.1 right October stb, 1941. the defendant ida H"PI..mb..r O.uir.ty 4th,, IIlark,

    l Much fun and enthusiasm prevailed An unusually large crowd at. Hampton were visiting M. L. OI1DEII ole.ndmir.WATroN AND of easterly way 689 ft. to the point where :John unknown O. Barton la required whose to residence appear. to la (OFFICIAL Clerk EALj nil AJ, 1t

    :.. throughout the entire party. Sunday after- NOTICE TO APPEAR/ said right of way crosses the East the bill filed against him herein. County Circuit Court, Br
    tended church at Pleasant Valley Johns and family THE STATE F FIXJKIOA: Tn line of ..aid SW of SEVi: of NBV4.thence :' ,1 Plorida t.I
    ,
    . ; ; After the games were over, the Church of God Sunday.The noon. Morris Lee Dlcknon who' residence Tun South 884 ft. to point
    call with the la Camp Bragg. N.. G.It of beg.: and also ((2nd exception)
    lift long-looked-for came Rev. Albert Galloway of NOTle'JI' I. hereby Ordered that you" that part of following I lands lying

    air full of "Whoopee!" Every DeLeon Springs, is conducting a '! :' 17. 1.41 are required to appear on Novem- I Went of said State Highway 13 to-
    I. on time-no FI.OHIDA.Nu'rlcE ber Ird A. D. 1941 before the above wit: Be. at NW cor. of W<4 of
    registered COUNTYt
    youngster three weeks protracted meetingbut BRUIFORD 11:1 IIERE3Y: (1VEN' entitled court to the bill of complaint NtiV: 01 bKVi: of said Seo.: 32:. ,
    : tardles_that time I IMru services will end Sunday, that pur.uant :to 1iI.t'tlon t of Cbap.t..r filed against you In the above entitled I thence run. South "0' yd"., thencerun : ,
    Crews was assisted by .w. of FIori". Acts of cause. ; and Bradford County East 105 yds.. thence run North
    .
    Sept. 21. the MURPHY ACT. Telegraph I I. hereby designated .asi 140 ydn., thence run West 105 yds.to .
    ber sister-in-law Mrs. Bill Williams The Rev. Elle Grlffis. of Starke, the flu, following known an described. land In the duly qualified newspaper In I point of beg.; and also (3rd exception
    will b. which thla Order hall be published I ) Beg. at a point 128 ft.
    of Lake Butler Mrs. N. G. Bradford County. Florida,
    filled the pulpit Saturday night. offered for .sale at public outcry for once a week for four coimecutlve I North of SB cor. of NEVi of rrbE1 -
    Moody and Mrs. M. L.. Johns. There was a big basket dinner the highest' and best cash bid. subject W40feltBi oft of said I< Sec. 32 and run \\I1"\ ;.
    Witness hand and the seal degree 45 minutes West along section
    my
    . The dining room was attractive Sunday which had to be spread to Internal the right Improvement of the trui.te.is Fund this Court at Htarke: Florida this I line 68U ft., thence run West

    with a large bowl of red In the church because of rain. and of 10 the reject any and all bids, at the 17th day of September: A. I>. 1941. 844 ft., thence run South 496 ft., 3 FOR i iOfl
    beginning at 10:00: 0'. (OFFICIAL, 8HAU' A. J. ThomasIAs thence run South 82 degrees 45
    ferns
    and centering
    Courthouse
    radiance roses bad weather.A clock A. M. i>n the 17th., day of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford minutes East. 6X3M ft. to point of MADE WITH
    a lovely lace covered dining very good crowd has been at. October, A. D. 1941 Bailment for County, Florida. beg.. ; and also (4th exception ) Beg AD 19c
    of IOU f..t wide E. K. P.rryman at 128 ft. North of SW cor. dllH
    .able. tending the evening services. will wad be right renerved. way from any parcel Attorney for l'lalnt!i ff, 9-19 4t 10.101NOTICE of aNwtrt of SW said. Bee 33 I GENTLE OLIVE 01
    ;torth
    e4 The refreshments of ice cream Everyone Is especially urged to hr ,ugh which there !I. an existing and run thence 1 degree d
    4 .. : minutes Went along Section line
    Dti and cake were served outdoors. attend this next week. State: Lots Road.1, 3 of Blk 16 Ward City oFa.rrLtCtTION. 536 ft.. thence run East 263 ft. to

    Bobby's cake was white and yellow There are no new .members at Bee. K. Twp. 7 14.. Ilange 20 M. FOR!"TAX I>KKIrmi ) center-of K.. R., track-thence South
    1 A Square on N side of SWVi, (!! mil I No. l63 erly along. center of said track 631 SUPER SUDS 3 FOR
    with 7 yellow candles and present. of NKVi K of and adjoining hlgha NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ft.. thence North 82 degrees 45

    Jonnie Frances cake was white Kec. 56. Twp 7 It Kange 22 THAT. Foster8HI' Smith: and Mary minutes West 50 ft. te point,, of st6
    PEANUT BOILING E. Anne Smith, holders of Tax Certl-. beg lens R. R, right of way; all 5c'irY'
    and pink with 6 pink candles. ITHU:.iTP.F.R:: OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT ficates I Numbered respectively 137 situate In Bradford County Florida; FOR WASHING CLOTHES
    The opening of the presents Miss WarOna Southeland and FUND OF STATE issued the 7th., day of July 1902; under and In accordance with the
    4. ; R. A. Osteen entertained about OK FLOHU N'o 129 Issued the 5th., day of August decree of sale entered In the above r
    provided another big thrill. By A. J. Thomas, Agent Trustees 1929; No. 217 issued the 4th., styled cause by Judge H. L. Se-
    50 friends, Saturday night with County of No. bring. on Sept. 17, 1941.
    I. I. Fund Bradford day of July, 19271 and 1-Jrd
    Those who enjoyed the party an old-fashioned peanut boiling 11 276 Issued. the 6th.. day of July, J. W. Andrews Jr. !
    with the two little honor guests 192'; have flied same in my office H. B. Tucker, OCTAGON 6 FORSOAP
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    at the home of Miss Southerland'sbrotherinlaw
    .
    4: and have maile application for It. A. Canova
    were: Id. L. and Freddie Johns, and sister, Mr. and TO WHOM IT M\Y CONCERN tax deed to be tosued. thereon. 9-n 5t 10-17 CommissionersIn

    , Joe Kelley, Ervin Andrews, Joe Mrs. Lester TAKE] NOTICES THAT one 19JS Bald certificate respectively embrace NEW AND 25c
    1 McCUllough. Chevrolet. Coach Engine No. M-60 the following described properties
    and Jon Wllllan Lazen- Circuit Court, Bradford
    S Dowling Many games were enjoyed along 8498, bearing I4t Tag No. 2-22348 I In the County of Bradford, County Florida.-In Chancery. Warren IMPROVED
    by Julia Mae Menahew and little with an appraised. value of less State of Florida to-wit: .
    with Jokes and laughter as the Ackerraan Block plaintiff vs. ,,
    seised In Bradford I 8WW of 8WV4 Sec. 16 Twp. 7 S. flr r r- I r
    than $1,000, was
    later, Mary Etta, George and peanuts were boiled (and were County, Florida, July 21, 11141. for I R.- 21 K., containing 40 Acres, moreor Ruth Add Block, defendant. On
    of October
    Pete and Leslie of Hectlon less Is embraced under ..rUn.cat. Monday. the 6th day
    Johns lined In violation
    WUford being>

    : w Sapp Felton and Margie Moody, sampled Well, along.when ) the peanuts are 9 039, ':..r.t3rOJ't: Lawn le the fI I Intention Florida, I I. Acres No. 137.In NB Cor of. NKVi' of .Is Hock 941 required, the whose defendant to residence. Ruth Is to unknown the Add bill, K L E K 3 FOE|

    .. appear
    Charles, Jackie and Settle Johns, of K. W. Scarborough Director of NEW being I (30 f .t.rP.oI:7SS.bIt. 420 .
    fl. gone, boys, guess we can go to the $' tate Beverage Department of ft., B W Bee 20 21 lied against her herein. This orderto .
    a'; Camilla Jane and Edward Moody, can gl'indlngs-huh? Florida, Tallahassee Florida. to sell t C., containing S .cre more or lens be published once a week far. FOR WASHING DISHES 25c
    . four consecutive weeks In Bradford
    Edna and Bettle Gerold Tetstone, the> property above described at n embraced under Certificate. No. ;
    , sale I In front of the Court County Telegraph. a newspaper
    , Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holllngs- public
    a Elbert Nettles Deloran Hodges 119.N'IC'4 published. In said Bradford County. _
    louse at Btarke, Florida at 10:00A. : of SWi/ N of Ry.. Sec. 19
    Blanche Butler, and Clara Lee and worth Morris Holllngsworth and M. on October 21 IIM1. Twp. 7 -8. It. 22 E.. containing 38 t'ltarkeFlor"' '<\, August. 21st 1941.
    The Htate Beverage bepartment of acres, more or less,'1'1.' embraced (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
    :' Judy Sapp of Lake Butler. Ava Lee HoUlng worth. all of Ft. Florida reserve. the right. to react under' CertlflfiUe-'No.. 337.HKV4 Clerk, of Circuit, Court. I-2Z 4t 9-12 Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 for ___

    :r r ....." White ,were dinner guestat of Mr. any and all bid. of MWU Sec. 80 Twp. 7 S. .

    ) Mr. and Mr. O. E. Crosby attended and Mrs. E. C. Priests, and Mr. All persons. claiming any righter R. .23 B., containing 40 Acred, more ,
    ) .i 0 interest In said property or or lean. Is 'vmnraded under 1-Srd., In Circuit Court Bradford
    church at Corinth Sundayand and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard, Thurs any part t'h'.rf: : are hereby: re- of Certificate ".Noi,>.275. County Florida. -In Chancery. Octagon Cleanser 3 for ___ _
    were dinner guests of their day evening., Quire to appear. and to make such The asHeeamfcnt of the aald property Mary Byrnen Smith' Plaintiff. vs. ,
    U.a lalme within thirty ((30) days. from under' eald Certificate No. 137 franklin Arthur Smith. Defendant.
    son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Edwin Sheppard returned Sat. the date of the first publication of was In the name of Unknown; The On Monday the 8th., day of Octo

    Mrs. Earl KIrby.Mr. urday night to Norfolk, Va., wherehe his notice a. provided for by "''ec. a M<*Hsment lce.{ property under ber. 1941. the defendant Franklin Octagon Granulated, large _
    Arthur Is required to
    lon 13, Chapter lt 301, Law of aid No. 129 was In the Smith. appear -
    and Mrs. J. L. Johns were will enter the trade school. lo'lorida. 1919. to the State Hever- name of Li. Q. Thomas; the assessment to the bill filed against him ..
    Sun age Department of Florida. Talla of said property. under said tereln. This order to be publishedonce
    the State Farm
    visiting at He 10 day furlough
    enjoyed a huxnee Florida, or all such rights certificate No. BIT was In the name a week for four consecutive White Eagle Chips _____ ___ _
    day Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. and Interest In and to said property of Unknown I the BHHetfHment. of said weeks In Bradford County Telegraph -
    ' them hall ceane and terminate. property under '1-3rd, of said ceriflcate a newspaper published In
    V. E. Sapp accompanied H. .
    ) ; Sheppard.Mr. H. W. Scarborough Director, No. 278 was In the name aid Bradford County.
    . ; (I'' and while there she consulted Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were State Beverage. Department of of Unknown. (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, Octagon Granulated Small 3 for
    , r Florida Tallahassee Florida. Unless said< Certificates shall be Clerk Circuit Court. ,
    ,1 I Kelley visiting in Jacksonville Sunday. .-It Ct io.iiIn redeemed according to law the Starke, Florida August SO. 1941.
    , John Belle Overcash, of MooreaVllle :Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews were properties described therein will be 9-5 4t 9-26

    N. C., II visiting with his transacting business In Palatka Circuit Courtb Bradford County sold Courthouse tot the door highest on ,the bidder first at Monday the. Octagon Flakes, Large __ __ _
    ,
    uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. I Friday. Florida. anc..ry. Ro e L. In the month of November, ..V TilE CIRCflT COt'RT. EIGHTH
    Stanley F. King. On Mon-
    King va. 841 which la the 3rd. day of November JI'OICIAL CIRCUIT OF' FI.OH-
    B. Lazenby. Mr. Overcash has Mabel Adkins has been absent day the 3rd day of November 1V41.he
    ,f A. D. 1141.Dated IDA. I t\ rs r- I, visited here before. His last visit I from high school due to Illness. whose defendant residence Stanley l Ia unknown F. King. thin 17th., day of September ('0 UNTY. ,

    .
    I.flrci A. D. 141.OFFICIAL IN CHANCERY
    was three years ago. We wish her a speedy recovery. quired to appear to the bill ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas' Fred William Shore. '

    Miss Hazel Reddish, primary Mrs. Ted Cook and mother, against> published him nereln.once each Thin week order for toe Clerk Circuit Court, BradforJCountytate ; l Plaintiff.' Bath Palmolive, 3 for ____ ____ .
    Of Florida. -va- No. 1499
    teacher i In the Providence Gram Mrs. .1. L. Lavender, were In Jack four consecutive weeks In Bradford 9-19 4t 10-10! Mildred '

    mar School, was visiting'' friends sonville one day this week. County published Telegraph In said. Bradford a newspaper County. ORDER J'ehtr.eJ..nt.; -
    OF SERVICE
    and relatives in this section Mike Sheppard. who has been $D.itarke.1941. Florida September 17th A.: ORDER OP PIBLICATIO'V' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR EariCook's Store

    Thursday of last week. spending a 20-day furlough with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .1.OTICH: TO AiPKAIlThe THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    To Mildred Shore of Valdese. .
    ,
    State of Florida
    Corp. Seeber Moody of Station his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Clerk County,Circuit Florida.Court 9.,9 Bradford 4t 10-10 Reddish .I, D. Jones, Jacob. to: Johns Drury, North Carolina.It .

    Hospital, Camp Blanding, en- Sheppard and his brother, Edwin Mary> C. A. Johns, J. I>. Jones, James I.herbyoderedthat_ you are
    U. Jones Ally Jones, Jesse N. Jones,
    Joyed the week-end with his par. return to Miami Thursday, where Tn Circuit Court. Bradford County Isaac J. }Hatch Franklin" Jordan.

    \ ents. Mr.. and Mrs., Obey Moody. I he will resume his position as Florida.. In Chancery. Dorothy Albert II. Mitchell Franklin Jordan .
    'arver VII. W. Lester. Carver. On Jr., Vlcy Hatch aIrs. I.uvlcy
    4'a Mrs. Wesley Johns, who Is now radioman at the Naval Air Sta. Monday November Jrd 1941 the latch, Millie T. naYt. Mattie A.

    In St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville defendant, W. Lonter I'arver whose emorest, Alfred H. William If '
    t I tion.We evidence i le Haxulhurtt.. Oeorgla. Is living. and If any of them be dead
    is Improving rapidly. She are all very happy to have required| to appear to the bill filedattalnHt I all parties claiming Interest under LIFE'S UOCROIMD HEROES

    has had three blood transfusions! little Ralph Merrltt back home him n. Thin order to any such deceased or otherwise. In
    be published once a week for four or to the lands hereinafter described -
    during her week and a half's confinement again. He recently underwent a connective w e k. In Bradford and to all unknown persons

    there. serious eye operation In St. Vin County Telegraph a newnpapermbllehed claiming any right title or Interest
    In Urndford County. In said lands; which lands are slt-
    Mrs. M. J. Sapp, of Lake But cents Hospital and Is rapidly Improving itarke. Florida September 17th hate In Starke, Bradford County,

    ler was visiting friends and relatives and gaining In weight in 1941. Florida, and described. as follow.:
    OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas Beginning at the point of the In-
    ; one day this week. spite of the fact that he has to Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford tersection of the North line of

    Mrs. N. O. Moody and mother, make weekly visits back to the 'County Florida. 9-1t 4t 19-10 Call Street with the West line of
    FI"y'Stre..t. i In the City of Starke,
    Mrs. Belle Johns, motored to Pa- hospital. He Is very cheerful and I* TIlE ciRCfiT cornr. RiniiTii Florida, and : run North 17 degrees -

    latka Sunday for Mrs. Johni to looks welL oItrUU'I'L CIHCl'IT' Of KI.OK- 43 minutes East. 328.2 feet
    lit. .. thence run North 81 degrees 29
    Interview Dr. Ziegler who has Mrs. Ted Cook and mother will tOIlNTW": IM AND FOR, BRADFORD minutes \Ve... 113.II.f..t. thence

    been administering medical treat leave Friday, October 3. for Norfolk IM CHANCERY run South 11' 'degrees 42 minutes
    Cleo D'A1e.. West 319.7 lest to the North line
    ment to her for some time., Va., where she will Join her I'lalntlff.eandro. of Call Street, thence run South

    ,Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sloanof husband. Mr. Cook has been employed -ve- No. 14t 72 the degrees North line 20 minutes of East along
    Rooco Aleneandro Call Street S2.5
    Jacksonville were visiting' Mrs.SIoai'a there In the Navy Yards Defendant. feet to the beginning'

    father, Nathan Moore, for the past few weeks. ORDER NOTICE OF TO SERVICE] whether YOU AND know'&ACH! or unknown OF you are

    who was spending' a while with Mrs. Rhoda Dowling has returned The STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR hereby notified that a .suit has been I

    ." Mr. and Mrs. S. L.' Crews. from a weeks' visit with To R<>ceo D'Aleeeandro, whosereMldenre Court brought of agalnxt Bradford you In the Circuit I'
    !. Tnknnmrn.. :.., County. Florida.
    T It-Is-''- '' Chancery Case No. 1437: -A
    hereby ordered that "

    *oh CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I of required November to appear A. D. on 1941 the before'Ird.you, day are the Roger Plaintiffs D. Wells'md and In.Rurlo which A. Wellias you" \ "

    above entitled. and each of :you and also A. U. Il.
    A court to the bill of A'vares' i 4 '
    and Annie Alvarei
    complaint filed. against you In the his
    wife W. M. Edward. :
    0 above entitled and Dall Ed. : :
    RENT- Furnished cottage, FOR RENT-6-room house, unfurnished. County Telegraph": elea hereby"Bradford desig wards his w$ are defendants;

    no Improvements; 6 rooms Available October 1. nated a. the newspaper In which that a to the quiet relief sought In .said .suit 61tJ'l
    confirm plaintiffs-
    available about Sept. 24th. Mrs. 330 N. Cherry.-Apply Mrs. A. a this week order. for shall 4 consecutive be published weeks.once title: to ldanbO described land

    I.! K. Clark, 1 1-2 miles out on F. Sauls! MacMahon St., Starke. WITNESS my hand and the seal as and an to Indefeasible. fe. simple title,
    of this' court at Htarke establish the boundaries '
    Florida.
    East Call Street. tf this 17th., day of September. A. D. thereof; and you are hereby required -
    FOR RUNT: -Large room adjoin 1941. to appear personally or by

    KQUIPPUD: : RESTAURANT ing' bath, has heat. Two short OFFICIAL 8EAH A. J. Thomas, attorney) In raid Court and cause THE MAR WHO flOES _
    on October C
    Clerk 20. 1941.* or the allega no. 11 1 1
    of the
    rooming house for' sale at bar. blocks from P. O. and shopping Warbrlght Circuit Waybrlght Court. tions of plaintiffs' sworn Bill of OR A BLIRD I /
    BATE
    gain.-F. M. Walrath. Agent. I center. Twin beds, Innerspring Plaintiffs, Altorn.y.I' 4t 10-10 Complaint-by will yv* uThe be taken Bradford as confessed I

    Keystone Heights, Fla. 9-12 3t mattresses. Gentlemen prefer County Telegraph la hereby deslg. Try a tumble over Niapra a"
    Hated a. the duly qualified m /
    I red. References Mrs. neWe.paper ,
    exchanged. IN: TIlE CIRCMT brittle!
    COURT.
    FOR SALU:-:3 lots 00 x 100 feet. Jl'UlflAt 4-IRCIIIT OPriOH KlflHTII In which this notice shall be ., ,. ... ,. barn1-cab onjoe; Loufc with 1 \ .
    A. A. Frazee 102 W. Jackson publlehed "
    on.ef each, week for four tied **
    a For information see Mr. Lamb Starke. II)". It ANU FOR BRAUFOHU oon.ecutlye weeks. prIor to said one arm behind ybu-charge a fr' "

    at residence. ltp tUIJNTY.IN!' CHANCERYCora return day. tank with a bee-bee gun. That will ''f'4
    ''hnd and -.
    .WJ.tnS mX official seal
    ,nl FOR SALE ono tent, screened Stroud. Starke. Hradford, County, Flor- give you some idea of the chances '
    a
    Dally cash market for cattle and Plaintiff
    Ida, this September /
    18.
    t and re-lnforced. Suitable for No. 1941 takes who 'If//;
    1411 man
    -va- ,
    U bop; Auction Sale every Thursday Jamea OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas lOCI on a blind date to
    l living quarters. Worth $75. Will F. Btroud Clerk of CircuIt Court, Br.dford help out a friend.
    beginning at 2:30 Defendant
    p. m. County Flt>rld..
    a sell for $::10. Inquire at Brad. ORPEH OF SERVtCnNOTtCH
    ttI Columbia- ) Stockyards, Lake CIty ford County Telegraph. Itp TO APPEAR Attorneys Knight A: for KnLfht laJnUff., But even. this dark world will

    :"Fla. Phone 481. See or write J. The STATE. OF FLORIDATo 9.19 lit 1\\).11 seem brighter with smooth mellow .
    Jamea F. Strouii. whose resi '
    D. Odom, Jr., P. O. Box 34T. FOR KENT twu unfurnished dence la 62& Ulenwovd I ; Avenue, At JAX Beer the famous Drink of /
    ,Starke Fla. tf lanta ileorgla.. v ; IN: Tin fiRci'ir rornr or
    rooms $2 per wek. H. Owens, co| I
    i It I. hereby ordered that you are svjrsiyi ('siriTir' FLORIU".i Friendship for your real companion.
    Arnold Mathe Contractor, 30! required to appear on the 3rd., day : CKwir. JAC will /'
    -FURNISHED COTTAGES onLMJCe W. Madison. Itp I of November: dAo IX 1941 before the IF. O.. JUNE.. HlnirU J. C. JONES help lift the weary load from
    above I rt, to the bill of CORA B JONES his
    Santa Fe. S miles east of romplalnt filed against you In the Plaintiffs.ye. ( wife. your worn but willing shoulders 4

    ''Waldo. Electric lights, run-. FOR RENT-Comfortable room above entitled cause: and "Bradford CASE NO. ISO! soothe your nerve ease your dis
    ;
    ming water. Inquire L 8 w I s twin beds fire place, connecting County. as Telegraph"the newspaper is hereby In deslg.tinted whIch. v. C. JoNEs fefendanta.: et al.. position. And best of all, you'll hke

    ftw' \ Jewelry Co., Gainesville, ,Fla: dressing room hot and cold this order shall' be published I o.1 NOTICE OF PARTITION BALE it* downright good
    tf water, private entrance. 403 a week for 4 consecutive I weeks. Notice In hereby given that the dry taste. Why
    .. WITNESS my hand and the seal I undersigned Cemmleelonera will sell not try a bottle today? r
    North ,...\\nut. It of this court at Htarke. Florida at public aia'tton t.. the highest
    : FOR SALE OR TRADE One this 17th., day" of September, A. 1) and best bidder for cash, at the

    b good mule.-See Mrs. W. D. FOR RENT-3 bedrooms 305: W. 1941.OFFICIAL. County Florida: Court ui.allnbOs.tr".rki
    ( SHAD A. J. Thomas, durlnf the
    Faxon, Route 2, Box 250-A.: Madison. Adults only. Itp11ULP Clerk of the Circuit Court. ale on Monday, October 5th. 1941.
    ms Starke Fla. lip A. P. (Carnat the following.premises, a. one tract!
    1'lalntlff'a Attorney 9-19 4t 10.10 to-lt:
    t WANTbLStenographerBookkeeper. ::' Commence at Quarter Section Ia4c.,0_,i.j

    -'). I FOR RENT-on Klngsley Lake Camp Bland ing Corner on East Boundary of "''ee..

    'a' furnished house. 3 bedrooms, Jewelry & Military Headquar IN Jtiuciti.TUB cincrrr'IRfTIT rnrMT., tcintiTii 32. Twp. S S U. It B.. thence run "
    OF i.OH North Ifl fu..thence run Mouth
    89
    ,modern conveniences $60 per ters. 9-19 2tFUNDL4ver IO*. IN AMI.. loll BHAOFOItU degreee it minutes West 41* ft.. to
    month. For Information and COt NTV. point of beginning, thence run

    appointment write P. O. Box and white dog Detty Fuliner.Plaintiff IN CHANCERY. South 141 ft.,19 tlienat degree run 40 North minutes.71 West ft.. MORE POPULAR

    651. Starke, Fla 9192tpLOS"r Owner may claim by calling at .. thence run West 71* ft., thence run
    No. 1411 South 1 degree 30 minutes
    State Road Department office East

    -& head of cattle, mark I E. Call St., Starke. UpI E. J. Fulmer Nor..ndant. ala thence ft.,run thence(South run 104.3 East ft., to(91 right ft.. BEER months increased mor

    PrI 'crop under bit" In one ear and OKOKIt OF SERVICE of way of State Highway 11, thence union OIQD'E _

    "under slope upper bit" In the I FOR SALE-3 pedigreed male The STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPBAtt run East North along 60 said degrees State 14 minutes twice tie r 7-1
    Highway
    other BrandedL.. O." One Scottle puppies. Inquire at I.To Unknown.H. J. Fu Inter, whose residence 11'.& ft. to point of beginning, beIng IJ.. y m Cia't 8y 0 Btfter fttrat Say: "Make MineJ .
    In SEH!: of NEVi of said 8. .
    thoroughbred white-faced heifer. photo shop at It Is c
    Morgan's
    news hereby ordered that
    you are and containing 11.&* acres, more or iH .
    Reward. Green's Store. It stand. 110 Call St., Starke. Itp required to appear on the Ird day lesa; ant. Aay Prietf X MEWING: COMfANt j8 Hei
    ot November A. 1). 1941 before the Commence st the Quarter Section