Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OCT'.1.0' 1941



[.AMP nation Trading BLANDING Center and for' 'BRADfORD COUNTY I TEL'EGRAPH SwEE: .t Heaven the

Official Count Publication Established In 1S77 "

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Elected Starke Welcomes Soldiers Back Home Need 'What're We Going To Do About Road 261 ?
ova Urgent Be He S. %Wildwood

Are "ft rful-blooded. patriotic to wait until the war In 01 rr

vlnwrlrane-.C I 111 I a e n n of to CMimplrt our number one defense '

airman Of Hospital Storke and ItrtMlfartl (County road* These are seine of Tilt Tonight

(going to alt Idly by wllli our the. quewtlotw that many of our

hamN. folded. and allow ..<>-c llrd loyal e 111 I a e n H are asklnic.

City Council Told At Club defense highway No. 291 to remain Shouldn't we rail a mans meeting AtPark
alxvnjn unrlnNhrd? Iheboj of : ttaarlooN organisa

'.. went l<> I4>ul.lana on tna- lions of Starke Chamber of

A Canova. Starke druggist Dr. M. B. Hetlong nays the need nl'uan.' returned to rind Coninwrw, notary Club. Worn- Anything can happen (and prObably t

T elected' chairman of 'the City i for a hospital In Bradford County the new nwd to 'amp BlandlnK an'* Club; and other organlaa .vill) under ttu biasing lights
"cJosed" re- lis urgent and that the project no nrarrr completion now than. tlon*-and w. what we ran do
CneU lengthy '
Lizatlon at a meeting held In the 1r EICOME s should command the support of Hlicn thy unit IAW&)'. to MNKlht I nUll. kiiporlant al Bradford Park tonight' (FrIday -

h Ww the entire populace Hitler U. on hU way to Leningrad mutter (lot er nor Holland might, ) when the purple Tornadoesof
Tuesday nightsK ,
k Hall en IERS and Monc-ott and l..on.lun l be enlisted lit If
Thornton., ,Be 1'11oltzenf' His statement was strongly help we get B. H. S., flushed with two
ff t E pete Harreirand O. E. w er C, r backed up by DeWitt C. Jones and Washington!, Are "t' going ouraelvca together first of all. ly-ae.ison; victories meet the

del'll were elected police of- who operates an ambulance In con- tough!! aid sxrxitenced boys from ,
Frank Landrum, city at-' nection with his funeral home. !
T, Wildwood f fUnscoied
rt; way jk
er; Dr, W. B. Parks, city They were speaking Informally ,Rural Churches Forestry Train on to dale the Tor'E'
Ub officer; R. C. Buford, fire at the Rotary Club Wednesday f
nadoes downed O r ee n Cove ,
Cf t.: 0. C. ,Geiger, garbage col- when President. Marcus F, Brown. Springs 16-0/ In their opening ses-
was named aaLi ru'f called for new business Fight Wet VoteAt Here
Carl RUch Today '
|tor !! Mon nd swept on to a 7.0 vic
trustee for a period of three "Tuesday ,night a negro man tory over the Flmlda School for

rs, was shot In the stomach while Deaf (St. Augustine I last Friday.
A large group or Interested working with law enforcement officers the annual meeting of the ,The ,Seaboard Forestry Train In a game that proved Coach Paul

ctators who had gathered to on a case in Reno" Dr New River Association held this will be near the 8. A. L. PasMrg V. Parks has already developed ,Ian

ch the old council out and the Herlong stated. "The same thing week on Tuesday and Wednesday, r Station in Btaike, today aggressive, fast-charging Ilner. !
doomed to xt might have happened to any member (Friday)10 The exhibits and free barii
council In was i I the Rev. C. A, Crosby of Urooker and a .tit of good-blocking! !
Appointment, as the new body of our police force or to some motion, pictures will'be open to Buck McMtllhA gave a notao t7.f 1pI!
mined In "executive session" citizen In private life for that was elected Moderator, and T. B. i the public from 9 A. M. to 0.00: Impersonation of a brick .wait "" '.

m 8;45 until after 10:30.: Vari- ? matter Plnholster clerk-treasurer S. E. P. M. They are Interesting aa whIle| J. K:, Denmark played 111. i '.

coounittees and delegations "They pleaded with me to,do Sparks of Starke was elected as well as educational, and 'everyone usual good game at end. The,

o i had hoped to be heard'were something for the man but I was sociate-moderator ,Ip. urged to visit the Demonstration Tornadoes racked up 18 first ;

lined! to "come back at thekt ( Y absolutely powerless to help him A highlight of the meeting wasa Train and view them. downs to three for their opponents.

meeting .". f ( Svart .t4iP without the facilities of. hos great report by the Hope Baptist The them* of the exhibition .

Councilmen explained, tIKs nin- t/ .;:.. ?\\ "f : 7O'; ; pital. The need for a hospital Is church which was enthusiastically train Is "Southern Forests are But tonight's game la far from t
ally long closed session by -E. ,J\\: !'JI t \ drastic, and Is not realized. by the received and a resolution v.,,, (o Southern! and National "in the bag" and just as England:
citizen unless he come which was enthusiastically and Welfare." The that exhibit "
average car
.ling that considerable time was Starke Is back to normal-or rather back to Alt-normal, had Its Dunkerquo. so could the
in direct contact with of carried registering shows of
some unanimously the Importance forests
consider Tornadoes blow themselves out
early to many : .MItlandlng -
(plications for the various citya depending on whether you accept the pre-Blandlng or p these deplorable cases," Dr., Her- the opposition of the churches I to every class of person and the against the hard-hitting Wlldwood
period as the norm. concluded. of which In Bradford fagridstera
long eieven are second shows the damage caused '
out that who mad
It was also pointed a powerful ,
> organization meeting of the Was Starke glad to get; Its boys back? Well you should fire MI' Jones stated: "Something County, to a wet-dry election. I by forest fires, and the necessity Lcesburg! team content with a. !

Licll ta always a "closed sesI the streets. Pictured above are Bill Graham, Jack Sale, and Bob has got to be done Hospitals Spokesmen discussing the resolution of protecting the forests against 13.7 win, and In their second game,

D." Satterfleld us they hung welcominggn\ .. from every. lamp post. In surrounding cities 'are overcrowded said that the county wa thin enemy. The third car Is for literally smothered Bushnell to

I Early In the _evening the' old along Call Street. and are reluctant to take now as dry as It could ever be showing of fro motion pictures? the tune of 350. ., n

ncll paid off the "old" bills and Giant banners were strung across'aU highways trading into additional patients I especiallywhen legally, and that the church members and for lecture purposes Local fans are eagerly follow \ )'

llnqulshed the rein of the city town and M. P.'., directing truffle through town. Here nrrvrdSandwiches there is some doubt as to were being grossly misled In Starke Is one of M stops. which ) ing the Tornadoes this season

ernment to the new body,'S. and drinks by the Starke;?Cliambrc: rof Commerce. their ability to pay. Sometimes being sssuied. that an election the train will make on the Sea ', hoping! that this will be THE:

Sparks was elected temporaryairman After a two months' lull (which moot of them spent vacationing they keep my ambulance waitingtwo would determine whether the board. System. The train la being I year, Publicly Coach Parka' Ianoncommittal
Carl Wednesday hours while trying to com- county should be wet or dry. That operated by the Seaboard Air Line but t .'
and City Clerk ) Starke business men were again working overtime privately > ,
ms administered the "oath* of night. No saner had they seized In camp than soldiers plete arrangements" to admit the there is nothing to be gained by Railway "th cooperation with the has been known to slyly admit!,

N. D. patient. an election was stressed. A mo- Florida FoMst and Park Service, "We might have something this' ,
Ice to Walnwrlght
Mayor Starke tocatch on everything .
began streaming Into up A. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit tion expressed the desire that the Florida Forest and Park Association lr
,, and the two new councilmen tbelr'nlDe weeks In the wood. year! At any rate attendance_
they'd been missing! during court, stated that a hospital tesnlutlon be printed In the Bradford the Extension Forester at
arles A. and Orle LlgIna. at the first horn two weekspea' : i
Darby !
bllU- gauze!
Mayor Watnwrtght theft StaiHke's streets once more took on the atmosphere of a .project for Bradford County has County paper as Well as the the University of Florida and the ago broke all rcord'and anajh.e d t:
ministered the oath to Police krieged> ant hllLAlthough been submitted to the WPA in Gainesville Sun, and other paper. Unltefl, States Forest, Service. big turnout I I. expec, .H the lust pulled In' from Louisiana yesterday Washington and is well up on tie read by people of the county. The { t
ef A L. Alvarez, and 'City convoy Plan to'vlalt the train early Tornado*,. In turn*, a,r* .makingan :
stands at around 47,000. priority list, but that flnat approval resolution read
population again .; ft
and Blawdlng's and questions .Wbteh
jerk ,Johns. any, aji-out) effort Uf Justify the, \\1
the pealcwlir>be, shortJlvr:. ')-, has not yet com th.urb. "Da resolved that the membership you may hsVILo the foresters ao> enthusiasm of ,thats iaekers. The' t
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According pr..- eMdule. the 31st aJiiTM** TMvUlonrlll President dtown instructed Mr. of the .churches, of Bra<4i'onl aompanyJnRtiyjrtt.: e pll_!'vlvtng( Afcrusw: "''of pt wt-*/-rt!/ \
Commissioners .' Thomas to prepare wires- from the
.. start toHvlnglefl. Octobec.87-Uttle mot'that two wtekiCTrmn Coutty which are In'the New hrtusfe fullback Hrbei."t (Green have' "jV I r
: -*' "r.*. Club Florida's
eet Twice- now lor the Carolina* where another. bigHcule. maneuver Will. be Rotary tlon of ,Senators and deleell-I River ?Association to 'are election definitely In School Board. been outstanding whtt McWI,.,' I r
opposed a wet-dry Ian and Nettles function as
[Die Board of County Commls1- staged.Next however their stay won't be quite so protracted tives In Congress urging early I the county, and that they urget Met THis WeekIn an efficient Ralph set of blockers. The ,t
time of this
approval pioject. n .
sera met In special session around the first of h o full membership of the tackling f C'ptaln'Da ; Shuford ,
sday, Sept. 30 "to close up flsI and the men will likely return to Blending churches both to refuse to sign a Yeaponse! to the request of a leave little to 'b* desired. ', !' ><<%

I matters for the current year." December> to spend the winter. Large GroupOf petition and Inform others not to number of patrons of the school, +I' !I
do also that In the event of the Bradford County Hoard of 'Jj ,
mine bills were approved !Uld 1 ,\
toed 'of SelecteesThe an election they use every effort Public Instruction unanimously. Mallory Thomas : :
paid In the amount '
Catholic ChurchTo to enlist the last member of the agreed to build a concrete sidewalk *. I:
[28198 In the general fund; and Bradfordites Buy Urgent quota In several Seriously :
from the Bradford Elementary
churches In opposition to a wet
9989 in the fine and forfeiture. month. was taken by the Bradford t
vote." School to Temple Aver at an Mallory Thomas, who operates. > ;

[ind.Un, Pinkie Green a certifiedP. In BondsDuring Be Dedicated week when County 19 young Draft men Board reported this The churches all of whose pastors approximate cost of $21)492.) a service station at the Northern .$ t. '

A. client from Columbia $27,000 to the Armory and were sent to were (fn' a special .session to The Board authorized the Superintendent boundary of the City of Starke < )
sty of the decide further In this matter Dr. W, E. Middleton,
requested approval the Induction station at Camp steps on toAd 13, tslseriously I 111 In the )'
hard for transfer to Bradford the five" months of the Monday; October 13. at 10 A. Bland Ing. Those summoned In and outlined future steps, I to purchase a new bus chassis : .
Jacksonville i
St. Vincent Hospital ,
Ptmty, which wasgranted. Jame M., the new Catholic church In this latest "call" were: were: Ueuiafi, Brooker, Corinth, and body to place on the Elam ,
In this com-
defense bond drive Lewis bus route blood At last report
with poisoning
arbrough bill for $20 Dedan, Evergreen, Gadara. Hellbron.i.
presented a I In Starke will be formally dedicatedby Earl I* Carter Fred Ancll
,f digging a ditch to take car munity, more than $27,000 P. Hurley of Shaw Elbert M. Edwards, FelixM. Hope Klngsley Lake, Law. The monthly check of J. H. Wednesday afternoon Mr .

the drainage of a portion ofe bonds and stamps have ben sold the Bishop Diocese Joseph of St. Augustine On Sullivan John O. Holton ( deferred tey. New River, Starke, and Water Austin was raised to $8 because ) Thomas' son'' stated that physlcl. .. ,. {;. 4

County road near his farm. at the local postofflce and bank. the same day the new center of ), Johnny Bennett (defer Oak. of an additional pupil, anD said he was In a very critical I, ,

ilch was approved and orderedId. The Postofflce has sqld $18,025 In the National Catholic Community red because of age), Lucian O. Alvarez The Board voted to continue the condition, although there wa !

" Mrs Nellie Wllkerson. accordingto U. S. O. at Starke Louie II. Redding, Gerald Coca-Cola Plans Plnehlll bus route at Brooker for '
bonds to October I, Service1 of the for his A blood
alter Clear and Mrs. Annie AIedg. up Church Lee Waters Ernest Garrett the entire school year. It also hope recovery.

f were dropped from theuper Postmaster F. F. Stump. The will will be b* known opened.The as St. new Edward's.The Arthur Swanbom (Induction stayed New Radio ProgramA authorized bus driver Kd Durbanto transfusion was given him Wednesday .

roll-Mrs. Wllkerson. be- Florida Bank at Starke has sold Church and N. C. C. S. because of appeal), Remmer R. new, slx-Umes-a-week radio pick up six children off the morning

u..e she Is now eligible for wld $6,475, President W B. Sewell, administered by the Rev. Smith Chalmers Martin Nettles, Redding bus route due to the Mr. Thomas wa taken to the :
will be program for Coca-Cola, designed .
"I pension allowance. announced yesterday. Thomas J. Murphy who In June Mack Lane Griffin Johnnie Marvin to reach the youth market of overcrowded condition of the I hospital Wednesday of last week | I ;

Regular Meetlnl"The the total up to U4,- was appointed by Bishop Hurley I Lewis Clifford B. Browning America will be launched early In Redding bus when his eye became Infected '
I regular meeting was held This bonds. ,In addition the to the Starke mls lon, and charged Elwood Crews Robert Neliion Sellers November on the network of the after he had mashed a sty He Is ";
f>>n 6. at 10 A. savings with the responsibility of ei'ect- Mutual Broadcasting System. Fair Plans being given rand
f nee Raley of Keystone Height Postofflce has sold defense organizing the Woodrow Newman. has shown slight Improvement .
as placed on the pauper roll for stamp In the amount of lag the building church the N. C. C. S. Dance music-the popular tunes Make Progress since an operation on his
1 Per month for the care of his which brings the grand O unit Into Men that young America prefers on eye last Sunday his son stated. -
$2,541.85, and putting the U. S. R. A. F.
tier, J, A. Howard was 'sled to radio and phonograph-will be the L. T Dyer, chairman of the Hope Is held out for his recovery t',
$27,041.85. The bank does not Edward Is the first Catholic program will feature most of the being sponsored{ by the local the sight of at least his right

A church ever to be established R. A F. will pay a return leading dance bunds--orchestras American Legion Post, announced It said.Welcome 4 \
map of Security Home Sites handle ctamps. eye was :
subdivision of Increase in Starke which was the birth- visit to Starke when a group of directed by such outstanding figures yesterday that plans for an outstanding -
of a part of the To show the percentage place of one of the most distinguished young British flyers from the as Guy Lombardo, Sammy event are progressing
orthwest Mr. Stump '
Quarter of the North- In the sale, Program
w fact that leader In the field of Naval Air Bane In Jacksonville Kaye Artie Shaw, Tommy Dorsey ..attatactorlly.I [ j
"P+ II Quarter of Section 35, Town- called attention to the In bonds Catholic education lit the United come here on Saturday. October Horace Heldt( Xavier Cugat. and "Meeting have been held with At Legion Center ;

x'ntad South range 2" East was the postofflce sold $6,200 during States-th Rt. Rev. :Msgr, Edward 18, for another happy week- nd. ) many others. I the local committee In each community c

O\"J to the Board, was ap- and 1171.95 in stamps practically I A. Pace of the Catholic There are several local hostesses The orchestras which will be and plans have been made Soldier. returning to Blandlng ,?

"* No.and 2. ordered filed In plat September which sale Is for the en- University of America Washing who have pleasant memories of heard are those which are actively with the committee for preparinga from maneuvers have a real treat ; i'

|The 194l-;. one-third of the t ton. D. C. The N. C. C. S. consists the pleasure they had entertaining engaged In making phonograph I community booth, Unusually In store for them at the Amerl- j

by the 2 budget was .approv tire five-month period. of club house bowling alleys the small R. A. F. group that records. They will play for 15 good Interest has been, manifested can Legion Recreation Center, < 'i l t ,
Board Circuit
ft and and 'gam* rooms. Out-door came here several weeks ago, and minutes on., Monday, In most cane with regard to the where Saturday night, Oct It, "Z"
Clerk Committee 1
A. JThomas 'an "
hers T. B. courts have been constructed for everyone concerned Is ready for Wednesday, Thursday TUelldaY'1 exhibits Mr Dyer continued. will be "Welcome Horn Night. x '

an are to go to Tallahassee Formed HereMrs. basket-ball, tennis badminton a "return engagemnt." and for 30 minutes on "Enthusiasm was high and they A juvenile show will be brought ,I' Jfrom

eek, to early date perhaps this band and volley-ball, shuffle board, Miss Margaret Ersklne. associate As an added element of may be counted on to do their Jacksonville under the direction 'f,

al secure the approval of May Pynchon of Jacksonville horse-shoe, etc:. These recreational secretary of the Army YMCA, the Saturday program will feature I part." of Miss Louise Steger. '

the Ptroller j. :M. Lee. As soon executive secretary of the 'I facilities are now. available to all who Is making all arrangements the "band of the wek"-the band j I The Fair will be held( during unit supervisor of this phase of 1

'()Val, bUdget it receives Lee' ap- Tuberculosis and Health I service men. for the visit, says, "We hope to whose most recent phonograph the week... of November 38. the work for the WPA recreation :.
win be published In Florida will her versatile ,
1. met with a previously After the formal dedication of entertain a much larger group record topped all popular recordIngs I project. She present

Association selected county board of directors the church by Bishop Hurley, a this time. Around 23! men are : In sale during the previous i Hill Powell IJu lids youngsters In a program of ,".,
will be cele- If we can find accommodations Hawaiian. Dutch Indian and \
at the courthouse, Tuesday solemn high mass eager to come week.
Plan brated In the presence of the for them." I II broadcasting time will be I Hlllle Powell began Tuesday the Gypsy dance Military drills and .

lay End Trouble afternoon.of the meeting was to Bishop. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick Any Starkelte who has a spare I, 10:The IS Eastern Standard Time erection of a garage apartment dances with flashy majorettes will ,lr,
purpose of round out the
like entertain program.
County MCCormack vice-rector room and would to just across from the home of H.

'Theto County School u, organize a and Bradford Health Association the Catholic University i of one or more of the R. A F. boys every evening. A. Bishop on West Washington The usual bingo game and community II. ,

Iron out lt. Board Tuberculosis with the state America will preach the dedica- Saturday night and Sunday morning Ave. Ben Hall Is the contractor.The sing will also bet held andcltUens ,,,
Itl1 reference to the $ loan to be affiliated In so tory sermon. Is asked to notify Miss Er- Duncan AppointedK. building Is to be of frame of Stark are extended ;

pop which hinges the Federal and national organization.County will Officers of the mass will be: skine at once. The YMCA also been asked construction 24 x 30 feet, builtat a cordial Invitation to this and t 1} ,
Bradford has
lit of ,76.80l with wblch to organizing. of the Celebrant Rev. James Meehan needs several cars to send up to O. Duncan to serve the rear of the lut, leaving the I' all other programs given at the "
portion organization ,1'i
model retain a : Air Base and bring the men by the of center ,
and Increase B. H. s. received from the sale of Jacksonville; Deacon-Rev. James I chairman of theJonesLangfordWhite : corner for the erection a more
Tbe funds Sub-; back to Starke. as publicity Mrs Powell Probette. acting supervisor -
eflnlt* pUn now 'la. aching seals. It will enable En right, St. Petersburg; Am rtcan adequate home later I Mrs. Nina
to authorttlee to give a Christmas and financea Deacon-Rev.' Patrick O'Brian. St. Saturday night the R. A. F, 1 I. more said. On each floor there will be I announces: that a complete I f
to the United States to the the county to develop Arch-priest. Rt. Rev. trainee will be the guests of Mrs. Legion Post "The public a ondroom, combination living- renovation of the Center Is I 1 .
14 of program of tuberculosis preven- Augustine; O. L. Beasley at a buffet supper than ever looking to the Legion and bath Doors windows, ', : .
the new> building to be M Dennla A. Lyons, Jacksonville ," dining room, kitchen ; now under way. .
Ct Aether with 'tion and control. gr. Asst. Priest*-Rev. James and will later enjoy the Y's formal fo guidance In these crave though the up-stalrs rooms will and furniture are being painted f I
a one-year state or-
wer e ; from the
the two The following officer Green Cove Springs, and dance at the Armory.At the message b* larger than those on the first : and everything possible I* being ,j'
buildings. Kerr Duncan .
present Pres i P. Mr. I
IQ the meantime elected for the ensuing year John V. O'Sulllvan. Gal., noon Sunday they will. be ganlzatton said In asking floor. The building will be ready done to make the Center a. more .
U U the plan Informed
VIcePresident. Rer. '
UIe Board of PubUc Instruction ident. Mr*. M. W. Morrow: vUl: Masters of Ceremonle*-Rev. carried to Gainesville to take part to keep this and activitiesof for occupancy In about a month. wholesome, bright and homelike .,.
; '
A. Knight of policies
"quest bond election to float Mr. C. Treasurer Charles Moor, and Rev. Martin on the regular YMCA program I local Mr. Powell stated. meeting place.
Cody tile post.
)[J'L I. B. from 2-2:30: Sunday afternoon.
ent'6onda .secretarY.
Augustine. +
to. take care of Edwards CUIigan, St.
mdebteda Mr* Blanche t
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wages has the man actually gained? i New River News I Crews visiting Sunday.Mr. and Mrs Mrs.Dowllng Fonnla and guests MrsM of ,Mr Wlgglaa''

The Bradford County Telegraph With higher prices for food and clothingcomes Mrs. Crews went to Raiford to vtlto Saturday Maxwell,' III j

h :' d KotabUslMMl 1:17SUBSCRIPTION a higher cost of living and a conse- visit with Mrs. Cowling's niece, Mr. and Mrs
Jessie Lee LuzenbyMBS. : Kite. Mrs.! c C
When oRE CIIICKKNS Mrs. Alvin Dowling and their Cl
demand by all for higher wages. little
: KATE quent PAYING OFFChester went on over to the State Farm their sone., F'rlda'
'+ Yearly. $L75; Six Months, 1h01F( the wages of the workers increase, the products 74TII. "IICTIIUAY JOHNS CELEBRATES;ANNIVEU-: Andrews began this visiting with Mr. and Mrs G. E. weeks'hpme;visit in Tampa tou
rt from the factory naturally cost more. The SAKV SUNDAY week to pick up eggs from his Crews, Elmo visited with R. J. D. Fancher.Mr with Ir and kr

r io MfiMBE1Z farmer is forced to pay more for his automo- Sunday Oct. 3, was an annual 5-month-old Pine Breeze White Turner. and

; > PRKS and furniture he famlly-f i'lend reunion and birthday I I Leghorns. Mrs Wesley Johns is improving of Melrose Mrs. R v a, stir! .
t : ; *J!!!! ASSOCIATION.Lllu.nALEDITORIALASSQCJATICN biles, farm machinery, so Mrs. Bell rapidly since she returned home were' supper
dinner at the home BIG BAD Mr and 1 g1jes,
ttt, ;lI ; feels justified in attaching higher prices to his 'ohns. I M. L Johns was transacting I from St. Vincent' Hospital. She >fra Martin CrIner

1( 4 ; 1 g," 1 JMK. The worker then pays more 'for his residentof this week in|! has gained 9 pounds in tier 3 nesday evening of laAt t
: .F crops Mrs. Johns, a life-long business, one day i vet
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l p3; a L. Matthews ..._....__.. Editor and O* srfUbUithed weeks home. "'* Mr. and Mrs,
food and clothing, and feels the right to demand oyr community Is enjoying Macclenny Sanderson, and Olus-!'I and Mla J. v. 'bI'
; | Cliff Hazen of Brooker was Ella
i'ft' and Entered! a Sec- good health and was very happy tee. Aside from business, he meta Nash -
n' io / Weekly on Friday* more wages. And so the cycle goes visiting his son-in-law and' daughter vllle spent Sunday Jack
Starke, Fla. aunday: when all -of her children, man who proved that he had with J4r,
sod Clans Matter at the Font Office at I Mrs.
tilr with each revolution. I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews
gathering speed Whittled
host off bear last .week. ,
and lb.
,. but J. L. John a killed a 420
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-- week. and
a r Because industries celebrate her about in the one day this Mrs. J, R,
Hitler many are increasingly i'lends helped her I They meandered, kite'
guests of
q, Underground Revolt Against turning production solely to defense materials, 75th birthday. I Oluatee National .Forest and Mr. in Starke Mr and- Mr., Van?
". Continues To Grow In Strength The crowd gathered from 10:30 Johns says "I 'aw' where they FLA. STATE FARM for dinner Friday,

The number of imprisonments their normal output o f ,ordinary consumer to' 11:00: A. M.; And remembered'her' '' had walked ,a.bout'aw their By E. R. Bouvier Mr:, and Mrs j, M. Bra"i

r.i'i' t ,.a N U growing of goods has diminished. So the retail prices go with many'beautiful and use tracks! Great big ones ,too! 'I saw and children Spent t the pant
France is evidence end with
in grim KELLY their
executions I MRS. HOSTESS
and ,
? up., public demand for goods has not dim ful gifts. where they bad trampled down son and da
lr?" ? the size and scope of the underground anti- inished with production of consumer goods: The 40-ft. table, watch was bull and pulled the buds out of a Mrs: O. L. Kelly was hostess toher and their famines In JackQI s

Nazi movement in occupied Europe. Germany out under the oaks, was spread l half acre patch of scrub palmettos. bridge Glut! Tuesday after- During the week Mr. and
I I J.
in fact, public demand has increased. There is noon. Appropriately placed. bowlsof G. Caldwell had
of killing with the best of foods Then ." But he 'evidently did not as telrrk'
f. ; 1 has retaliated by the barbarous practice ,ready spending money in the public pockets. came a beautiful surprise! Junior have time to kill one of the mon flowers added to the attractive- Mrs. R. j.
for I of her home for the occasion. Mrs. W C. Ca.dv.eHJfj.
innocent hostages revenge. Evidence of a public eager to buy more than Johns, her grandson, presented' her sters! Burnell
i Caldwell
When the usual progressions had Of
will with bakery-made cake. Lake
i N The Allies believe this movement ever adds its dangers to this spiral of rising It a white large with pink rosebuds: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginswere been played, high prize was Mr., Caldwell Is stationed'.(

i'f, ,", "ontinue to expand, 'and they frankly place prices and wages. and was green leaves. visiting Mr. andoMrs.., Hogan I claimed by Mrs.\ L. F. Chapman folk, Va,. and Is spending t

+B reat hopes on it as one of the weapons which The rise of farm prices also has been doing The 73 candles were not so Smith of Sampson City Sunday and "bingo" by Mrs. Jim Ritch. daY"lea've with his mother,
\\ hile there Mr. Wiggins and Mr. The local
defeat Hitler. Sabotage in factories successfully puffed out. Any way, As a patriotic motif Mrs. Kelly Boy Scout Troop,i
'y o nay help its bit toward helping the ,spiral skyward, trial and was Smith drove to Hawthorne. I I chose Thrift Stamps for her prize. Its regular weekly.
she a big very meethg
(lows production. Assassination of Germans" toward making the price of everything higher. jolly.gave MIA, Johns has given up the Her refreshments consulted" or day night., Starting

$,i ,makes it necessary for Hitler to use more" a'nd There'.is 'no' doubt that the high price of farm Her children who were present Watklns' Agency. ,His store and coco cola,. dainty sandwiches that I'meetings at the homes of

e for police duty. Britain is doing : Mrs Rose Johns, Jacksonville chickens take up. all of his time. symbolized the game and potato Scouts, this one was held
were II
r more troops crops affects the price of food and clothing.The Mrs Floyd Wiggins and Mrs. home of Scout
41 make this Mrs. Rubye Thomas, Floral chips. Cope, i
in her to ;
everything power Government has taken steps to halt Rudolph Andrews were visiting in I lowing the routine
Mrs.Fronle work the
Mm t
k "third front" a major factor in the war. this rush by establishing a price-fixing agency. City; Moody Truby,. Smith Hodges Johns, Col- Starke one day this week. Mrs. R. N. Dukes of Worthing enjoyed an hour of game.
Mrs. Carl Wynn of Hamptonwas ton Springs was the dinner guest
?''J! In formulating hit plans for world conquest Price-fixing should undoubtedly play a big onel Johns, Wesley Johns and M. --
visiting Mrs M L. Johns :: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. GABON PAPER-81-J.I 1
f t rn i. Hitler evidently overlooked the old saying part in pteventing national disaster, but more L. Johns. Saturday. I R. Holmes, Thursday.Mr. ,,8 1-J :x 13: $2 per box

e a, that "You can't keep a good man down. than that a new national sacrifice it needed. The: Mr.friends and and Mrs.relatives Robert presentwere Ward Mr. and Mrs. Joe L Bowling and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and ;FORD COUNTY TEUGB4-
nation down either; and son Elmo of Live Oak were I little Miss Marie Wiggins were GRAPH.
You can't keep a good
li li't' Producers must be satisfied to manufacture Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler Mrs. I
tnJ ----
'i ;.. % and the countries'that Hitler has already conquered low-profit goods, and the workers who pro Dorothy Weber of Miami; Miss '

s will never, be satisfied 'until they throw duce them must in turn be willing to sacrifice Martha Herbert Parish Weber and of Miami son Mr.; Mrs.and 'iJUI{ 1 o 0 oooo Facts That Concern You ]re se esa

r"TMd, f, c off the Nazi yoke. ( heavy "wage increases, burdensome to the Mrs Lamar Butler, Mr: and Mrs.

'',,41i lq' employer; until the national emergency has run Wm. Menshew and family. Mrs

; It Wilt Take More Than "Fixing" its course. Price fixing and other artificial Arle Brown.. Miss Nona Brown,
Miss Doris Dyal. Miss Nina Croftof
To Halt Rise In Prices methods work in
n must harmony and must Lake Butler Mrs. Smith Johns

1P There isn't much rhyme or reason in the have the help of a genuine feeling of sacrifice and children| Green Moody, Mrs.

current upswing of prices and wages. The between employer. laborer, farmer and the general Wesley Johns, 'Seeber Johns, Mr.

.4'' ? present increase in wages has been accompanied public. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and children

: 0, Miss M e 1 b a Moody Dempsey
by a startling rise in the cost of living.
a Sapp, Harold Sapp of Jacksonville -

.. .u How much better off are the people when Jook Organs Into Airplanes ; Mrs Emily Denmark, Mrs.

It a condition of this kind exists? For example,. Government priorities might bring some A..1. Thomas only and brother son, and Rafe thehonoree's

a man buys a ten-dollar coat with a ten-dollar inconveniences, but they also bring some Johns of Lake Butler.

,li; ;: n bill that he happily declares is his as the resultof blesings.!!' Materials formerly going into Mrs E. C. Priest and daughter \\

a raise in wages. Probably last year he was "jook" organs are now going into warplanes.Of Mrs. L. B. Alvarez of Starke.

getting five dollars for the same amount of course, this will work no immediate hardship recently returned from a visit
t'' with Mrs. Priest's daughter, Mrs.
work and}' he is happy now that he is making on Starke. Every available nook in i Fred Francis of Pulaskl, Va.

;. 1"" twice the money. What the man probably town has sheltered a jook organ ever since While there, 'Mr Priest said

didn't realize was that last year his five dollars !- the boom began. While there's life there's 'I that they visited many places of

r r would have purchased the same coat that hope, however, and the darn things. might I and Interest.returned They through went up the the. moun coast

i, takes ten dollars to buy now. How much in wear put some time I tam e.

Mrs., 'J" L. Lavender has .

__ ,Hampton Happenings;! THERESSA Sirs. returned from and daughter a visit ,with Mr. and hersotvlnUw "THIS,. BOOK ISN'T, WORTH READINGs

w -* By II. D. May Mrs. Ted\ Cook' 'of Norfolk Va.
\,0' Mr.\ and Mrs. J. t!). Grlffls and MI-IS. LaVender' nccconpanled her .y. tear down the !"
by I UOMVN.S (bUNCII MEETS: !: Mr. and 'Mrs. J. J. Zeigler were daughter: and two small childrenup Library
Bin.. M. \Vf Morrow Mrs W. H. Griffin was hostessto visiting Mrs. Cora Sullivan In fiere last week where Air.
the Womnns Council on Wednesday Cook joined her husband who had Florida
'r ; Waldo
tai STAitC11ER-It4UEN1tACil: [, one day last week.J. One bad book doesn't
afternoon. October 1st. been employed In the Navy! Yards. it a bad benefits of beer. Right here in ,
A Mr. and. Mrs! Leland Beden- Mrs. Griffin, president of the A. Milliken of Ocala recently T'lo raby was ill when they left library.You wouldn't destroy the libraryto beer provides employment for 18,294

,,1 baugh announce the maulage of organization, chose for the sub visited his family here here and had pneumonia when get rid of a few bad books.A persons, supports an annual payroll of

i their daughter, Cozine, to Harry ject the article entlt'td! : "How to Mrs. James W. Moore and son they arrived but Is better'! now.The similar situation holds in the beer $15,757,151 and contributed $1.735-
r, Starcher of Fort Myers. The handle handicaps" Scripture Bryan, and mother' Mrs J. E. Prlest-Sheppurd Service
took place at the homeof Owaley of Valdosta, Ca. Industry. The vast majority of beer re893.93 last year in state taxes.
i' ceremony lead! from 1 Cor, 1013; and I < spent the Station addition( Is nearing com-
the bilde's aunt, Mm. C B. Peter 16.; Quiz questions were week-end with Miss Ida Hagan pletion. Looks fine! tailers operate clean, decent law-abiding This state, too,has an_ important stake

f s, Bryant of that city +iThursday asked, on: "Who Was He?" At the recently. Rev. H, M. Tillman brought a establishments. Now and then an occasional in Beer's purchases from more than

September 11, conclusion of the program, refreshments Fall Is just around the corner. visiting minister, The Rev. J. T "black sheep"retailer turns up who 100 industries supplying the brewing in

t SCHOOL C.\I'Tlml.\'I'OPULAU: were served to the Thanksgiving' Day will be here Barnes who filled the pulpit Sunday violates the law. or permits anti-social dustry with materials, equipment and
Kiieita. very noon and we should be truly In the 'New River Baptist conditions.The .
The: Hampton School Cafeteria services.
thankful this year for our many Church. There was a nice
under the supervision of Mrs. REAL: ESTATE.TRANSCTION very Beer Industry !ia
blesalngs. Thankful that 'we're now actively You the of moder
..1 crowd and a basket dinner was ,too, can help cause
Eliza Hall, again proved popular T. F. Brown and Dan Moore of working to eliminate
living in peace and not In war, served out doors.! ; such retailers. We axon by (1) patronizing only the reputable
when it ,opened, for business re- Theresas have closed the deal on as so many others 'are this com Mr. and Mrs.. Guy Pinholster of want to protect: your right to drink good where beer is sold, and ((2))
cently. With,th ,,,1ncrell ed enroll- the T. B. Brown place In Hamp beer places
Day. Jacksonville and mother. Mrs our right to make it. observe
ment this year more dishes andsllverwear ton. reporting any law violation you may
Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and daughters Rosa Plnholster, of Brooker, Mr. We also want to the
are needed to take protect to the duly constituted authorities.
care of the new customers. Facilities Mrs W, W. Evans of Jackson, ,. Shirley and Sandra, are and Mrs. J. Ho McCormick and
this week, In Mi and Mrst'Mallle Ep Brr ,
now available enable the MUs. has returned home after amonth's spending Jackson. Surrency

cafeteria to handle 70 pupils and visit with her sister l> Mrs.C. yule with Mrs. Ro ler's daughter, i'
df; more equipment must be secured E. Harper. Mrs. Clyde Griffin. Sunday,
A. Miss Virginia Lou Ptckren, and Mrs. Willie Reddish and children Misses Hazel and Blanche Red.

Alias Etta Hightower of Jackson. were visiting relatives here dish of Raiford were visiting Mr. T
19' Sunday afternoon. i.no Mrs. Reddish Andrews Mon- ark J
were recent guests of theformer's 'So!
'. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Davis of Madison ) l
C. 1. May, local chairman for parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I
,' t the civilian defense organization, Plckren. were visiting friends here

announces that all plans for the IJ.I Mrs. J. W. Horne and Mrs O. Wednesday. .
Lester Zeigler and family and
organization had been completed. Gay spent Tuesday in Galnesvllle. -
t Army plans for practice In the Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami are
work have been set for October, visiting friends and relatives here. I
Mrs N. Brown and Mr and
Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Miss pTHE0AMVERE !
Mm. John Napier of Fernandlua
DYER DISCUSSES FAIR Ida Hagan were visiting friends In
spent Sunday in Hampton.Mrs. .
l' ; L. T. Dyer, Bradford County Starke Friday. FTP
farm agent, met with the teachersof Mrs. Alto Vernon returned to
Bessie McDanl l. Dan Mc-
the Hampton Junior'High her home in Miami last week
Daniel and Mr. and Mrs. '
E. L. '
School Monday afternoon to make after a visit with her aunt.. Mrs.E. /M
Collins all of
Tampa were the
plans for the Bradford County I S. Sibley.
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fair to be held l November 3 Gerald 'Ad kins. ( bit and Mr.. Dan Loper are .
a through November 8. the proud parents of a little *+ & i'' ; ,
J. C. Wynn was a Sunday S? .
.e Plane were made for the school daughter born October 2nd. The

y + q, exhibit and the ,space allocatedfor visitor In Mayo. little lady has been named Dor- a k aN, 6i .
Mrs. Blanche Perry of Jen othy Ellen. t .
the school and
s h'.bita. community ex- nings spent Saturday with her Mr. and Mrs.! Riley ,have movedto Ask any football player what he looks forward to after the !game.He'll .

"P mister. Miss Ophelia Bryan. the Henry Ha!dee farm. ;.J ten you it's a nice hot shower-one that soothes aching muscles,
Mrs Ida Mae Stag-p, of .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns are Mrs Delaney Dickinson and

S was a recent guest of vlst'lng In Miami with Mr. and children were visiting relativesIn removes the {rime of battle and leaves him relaxed and refreshed.

her sister, Mrs. Lynn Hall. Mrs. G. B. Adkins and Mr. and Waldo Thursday night of last .
to Mr and Mrs. Starcher will Mrs Clarence Adkins, '
''t make their home In New Or Miss Betty Ourllnx: attended the week.Mrs.. W. A. King of Locust I L 1, too can enjoy soothing j apply,ol hot rater toy and ii your home? ift as cos-

Jeans La., I Bradford High football game in Grove Ga, arrived here last _. cleansing showers loo-lie night ? rain or shine mint as pisn-bntloi

Mr.\ and Mrs. Carrie Bell have St. Augustine Friday Tuesday to be with her husband.We t R .-;, easy ailonatic electric i liiiif.'
it had as their guests Mr. Bell's Mr. and Mrs.! W. H. all welcome Mr. and :Mrs.King'to .
Ryecroftof U
; way. ( t cost ol( only lioul Wly got see your electric!
:slater Mrs. Marvin H. Donaldson Cherry Lake have moved Into our community ,
sof Williston. the Watternon apartments. H. D. May and A. U Sullivan s \ 'J S J2.501 lontX electriolf l dealer and arrange f In* this _

r t. The Rev. and }'Ir.. C. A. War- Dt.-. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth were. business visitors to( Gainesville rJl prowls a continuous cheap g dependable! smite

+, 4 lr ten Walter Sumney. and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hlnson Monday. Th S
Lottie Sumney, all ;of Alachua attended the football game In
*n visited friends here recently. Gainesville Saturday night. Carpenter's StorageD.

44 Mr. and Mrs. J..N. Rutledge of M.\ L. Watterson. T F. Brown

c .. Cltra, visited friend. here re- and Emory Brown were business P. Carpenter, druggist Is

4'+ nO cently. Mr. Rutledge was former visitor In Chlefland Monday.Mrs. having D. A. Judd erect a small

Seaboard agent and is now located Elva Smith of Jacksonville 1 4 111RIg 4 111T1w.
storeroom just to the rear of the
,s, at Cltra. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bud r..r -v rr.rr---
B. Y. Saxon has returned from Slade. drug store. The building win r.rrr----.-..cur--rrr

e I, Pompano where he had spent a Mrs. Eva Blrt and Mrs.! Florle be of concrete blocks, and should .... --r.w.--wr-r rr..rrra.rC --.
week with fiends and relatives.V. ---
Belle Brown spent Sunday with be completed within a week. Mr. ..
J. Wall rf Pompano returned friend.* In Graham. Carpenter stated .. .. .. -.. .--
Tuesday The ------ -
with Mr. Saxon to look after business Miss Ada Nlmmo, Mr. and Mrs. - -
l building now occupied by the A & - -
Interests. K. B. Watterson and Mrs. M. L. ==
.:.== .:..:
A cafe
: W. H. Maxwell of Jacksonville Watterson attended the Santa Fe and the Starke bakerywas ...--.oa
was looking after property Interests Association W M. U. Meeting held used as Carpenter's storeroom

{ here recently. In Lake Butler last Wednesday. before Standing days.
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I nrroBER 10. OCt i01941


''lr'til+ : > \ .z\ STAFF> Tomorrow's U. S. A. School Cafeteria Orchids to EditorHave B. H. S. Glee Club Meet The SeniorsThe Plans for Basketball j i r

Marjoiie Thompson The ambition of everyone should Greatly Improved II '
' Social Reporters be to help make the world a bet- you noticed how quiet Again OrganizedWe seniors were unpleasantly Already in Making ,

?the Silcox, Margie Matbews, ter place in which to live. AS Despite the fact that It opened Marjorie Thompson la In class? were all much cheered surprised l Wed n e edgy, at the
ell She sits back and very With
never raisesher autumn and football In
..i Dorothy Green I you listen to the radio, read the late, the cafeteria Is now In full hand but when by the fact that U. H. S Is to weekly class meeting, when Informed the
I. ask her air we know that basketball
Features I I you a
!gpeclfll; Ovid Futch, Joe i newspaper and magazines, hear swing. This year it Is under the question she always knows the have a Glee Club attain. Mrs. Wall that the rings would cost will soon follow.
Hayes.. comments from people, are thought at first approximately a dollar more.
h I satisfied you direction of the school faculty, answer Probably one of the most that It would be Mr. Parka the football coach
Lander with the world as It Impossible due to the fact thatMrs. Uncle Sam's new tax (effective
ucktt who surprising things about her Is that coaching for the girls' basketball -
appointed a committee
junior ReportersD.vIL stands today? You are not. Brown October I ,
To she Is only fourteen old. her accompanist, 1941) on jewelry, caused team this Miss
EdnaEdwarda years year Spark
Nina Bishop bring the question closer make decisions. They are: Mrs. would the l
home She Is, perhaps one of the young- not be with her this year. price to soar slightly. His man will be the sponsor ,
are you entirely satisfied with the Biggs Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Per- This would make It necessary for rate Is $1.00 on $10.OO or about )
y ___. Patsy Roberts United States, with your own kins, Miss Peterson, and Miss est Bradford seniors ever to graduate from her to spend more of her time In 10 per cent on all articles that be We Intend to begin practicing "'
1 rtVnr______ MM Parker community? Is there not room Sparkman. The food supplies are High. Besides her other the surrounding schools and would wished to tax Immediately aftert'Thankegiving 1 !
'sport. _____ Buddy Davis 'for improvement? secured through'competitive bids numerous activities she Is servingas leave no time for Starke. How- The and the gamea will start before or ?
editor-in-chief for were under the Impression
J Hazen our paper after Christmas Mr. Parka has
_----- -__ Douglas We, the youth of America to- and our principal Mr. Williams and believe me. she Is a credit ever, when she found that she had that if the order was In not determined the exact data 1
3na day, are the life-blood of the na- stated last week that all bills are to It. It la seldom that editors an extra period, she decided to before October let, we would escape ;yet.
adoes Win tion tomorrow. Our attitudes toward paid up to date Mrs. Refuse, will ever write about themselves have a very small alee club. The. the tax. We are glad, how Most of our players will com : \
School life 'influence together with two assistants, Is in members receive one-half credit. from Hampton, Brooker, Lawteyand
Deaf now will the but when someone Is as nice and I ever, to help our country lick
... charge of the Starke, 6O
cooking. Several Approximately or
Pf.r\ which we ,ply later. efficient The first held, Hitler, i
vit It, we as Marjorie I believe meeting was
0 Friday .. art continually finding fault with blch,0cnpol! tudents also -help.*, that people, ought! I 1ti> know about about'thrae weeks ago,'We elected We' are '....ppy.to, 'have Vrlma; ball.more'. ,girls We "will go' out for basket !
.km.e Tornadoes everything, we may be unconsciously Miss Sparkman. the bead of The It. She has an average"A," with the following officers: Norman back after a brief Illness.Fifth hope that enough at
.eR j two games the home economics department, and them stick until we can have two g
preparing ourselves for the very few "B's" and she Is as President-Phyllis Hascn.
scored But Mrs. Rafuse plan the meals or maybe three teams of first J
I upon. and
.edi been German
not Bund, the Secretary-Luclle Hinton
Communist friendly aa they make them, not Grade NewsWe So
will It is the' policy of the cafeteria string players come on girlsi J.
hapS "
E not saying what Party, or some other nonAmerican very large In stature but big In Treasurer-Dorothy Faxon. ..
night. Laat year we deft faction. Discontented Americans to serve a balanced, healthful Importance around our school. We Those asked to serve on the are all glad that Mrs. Brown When basketball season opens be .{ ,'
the first
meal dally. Besides the to register with MIN
wildwood. Thl s year? are the ones for whom these other think a lot of her and there will.Iw.ys committee for selecting music are: : has come back. We are also glad 1
at eight o'clock, wet traitors to America meals, fifty-two free ones are be Phyllis Hazen, chairman Martha Sparkman. .''t
[ in
t Friday are looking. : room our school for ; that Joan Carpenter has got over I u
with the Wildcats. There'a Start remaking your life for served dally her and those like her Lee Rimes and Virginia Sewell. the mumps. We missed her. Betty I'' I I (

d d for everyone at the game. America now, and try smiling Instead -, It seems that under such an Other members are Jewell Ann Flynn brought some lovely Ideal Glamour Boy \ "

u I on out and see two and one of sneering. excellent management and council Have You Noticed? fls, Louise M.n. Ruby Wan),Grit-I flowers for our room. I I After consulting quIte a few I

Luis of good clean sport. History is an important subject that the cafeteria will have a most Kie Stokes Margaret Beam, Opal Edna Karl Noegvl has just comeback gills, Snatch, Scratched and I

he it week we beat the.St. Au- in high school. Many of us students successful year. Other extras such The school grounds atom much Peele, Lucile Melvin Lorraine: from her trip in the mountain -': came to the conclusion that our ,
L Cardinals 7'to 0. This isIme get the Idea that we do not as pie, hamburgers, etc., may be cleaner than they used to be., We Thomas, Jewell Carter Joyce Atkinson !!. She brought a piece of B. H. S. glamour boy would have
last The like bought at added cost, but the know Virginia mica to school to show to the
score as year. history, and take no more that the janitor could not Padgett Jewell the following characteristics:
Linn and points were scorede than we have to, therefore we standard coat of each meal Is ten lave done this alone so he must Reddish, Iretta Brannen Margaret class. I His hair would be red. 1

ItM tame man--Gassett. and know little about our country and cents. All In all It sems to be a Have the help and cooperation of Sapp, Carolyn Green, and Patsy Patsy Dew reporter, I His eyes ,would be blue.

[the same kind of play, other countries In the past. If most desirable place In which to the B. H. S. students. We seem Roberts. Mrs. Brown, teacher: His none would turn up

Iks as if the other back hade we planned to pilot a chip, we eat. We wish it and it's man- to be taking more pride In our Our accompanist is Roberta I As some noses do.
[ competition.\ We feel sure should have to know something agement every success in the school by helping to keep It clean. Whltfield. Meetings are held dur- 5-H Students enjoyed wonderful H. would have poise '

Ten seconds morewould have about it. If we are_ to pilot world. If you see a piece of paper or ing fifth period on Wednesdaysand Trip And a very cute chin. !
N J another touchdown possible America, we must know her background glass on the ground do not hesitate Fridays of every week Betty Powell started to school His mouth would be 'small

he Tornadoes, for the ball so that we can plan -better Jokes and Pokes to pick it up. It Is your dutyto last Monday We are glad to And his lips not too thin.

Ion the Cardinel's one yard for the future. History Is one prevent its being there and to Junior Class NewsWe have her In our room. She has A strong, healthy body. l
|when the final whistle was of the ways to grasp this oppor- VisItor) = 'Y 0 u r stenographer remove it if you see it. None of just returned from a wonderful And big feel too It "

We can't talk, .howeverthe tunity and prepare ourselves to- seems to be a hard worker.\ us likes to shirk his duties Remember are very glad to have had hip to Texas Wyoming and many He's" our Ideal- r.

Caramel's fair. I showed the' real football will be placed upon our shoulders specialty." your school grounds. The com- stand at the football ports,,a grand; time on the pntlis I

J. too, for on their return trip tomorrow. Visitor: "What working bard?" munity is looking for evidences game last week, and hope that the tilp.We Fourth Grade NewsWe ; ,
I came through Main Street Mr. Williams-"No, s e e m Ing of school spirit ,and thin Is one good trade will continue. We still do not have all our ",

Ixactly In a quiet mood, but We Wonder Why ? ? ? to." sure way to show !it. have also been selling candy In text books. We .shall be very glad are glad to have Jacky Al- I" ( ,

Til 1 felt like doing the same (lass DI..OII..11 There are those who delight In the halls at recess for the pail when we get them for we believewe vaies back In our class.. lie had {' : t 1

Ue" heard the news. Claudie Belle Brown drags her Mr. Futch-"If I should say I telling us that chivalry is a thingof week. shall be able to do better work moved to Lake Duller but lives at 11 t

I far Bradford has lived up to feet ? have an Impression In my mind, the past, but we know that I'll bet that we have one of the then. Klngsley Lake now; ', I !t i(
I ; courtesy still exists. It is true beat male quartets In the school Woodrow Griff brought us Last week when we got our report ;
of +
hopes, but this 'gjune with Joe Allen was so quiet Monday ? what is the literal meaning "
?" that women are filling places In Comer Perryman, George Flynn, Home new flower plants for the cauls some 'ot us were pleased f ,
(wildcats will prove better Nina Bishop had such the word 'impression' I
a good I
the business world which used to Walter King, and Judy McRae room.. We were very glad to get and others decided they had to \ t! k
pord i morale.. Be there, will time at the football game Saturday Joe-"a dent In a soft spot, ,
? sir." be filled by men only, but that Is really can sing. The girls aren t them. get to woik.As ; ,
night no reason for our treating them bad either. We have a grand time we take our Imaginary trip !

Carolyn Green is so peppy? Well, Thai's Settled as if they were Inferior Instead of singing old favorites every morning 6-S News through Africa we are drawing; ,i"i ..
pUS Chatter ',,1. Margie Mathews was absent Interested Inqulier-"I say superior as they surely are. We during homeroom period. Lois pictures of the scenes that we sea S II'
last week? I there, my friend, what do you do should give them every possible Newsome adds some alto while We have finished one month of We are also planning to construct < :' ,i.'' '
[the way back from the gamey Gretta Brannen wasn't talking with all that corn ?" courtesy, no matter how small. Clarice Thomas and a few others school and we think we are get a native village on our sandtable. 'j 1:

| some students bad ar much Monday? Farmer-"Waal, we eat what Louie Lee Wainwright has set an give the soprano, and do we have ting along fine. Mrs. Hart, teacher. 1,1 I '

roast. Freddie talks so much ? we can and what we can't we example. The other afternoonhe fun ? Mrs. Watnwilght adds a We are sorry Nancy Llghtfoot ,
ddle, Stanley, Mike, Elise Everyone had a grand time at can." was seen holding the water on few phrases now and then, too wait culled to Miami because of A toast to Marjorie Thompson :\ ., t

Arline arrived at the game the football game Saturday nightIn Inquirer-"Oh, I Bee." for a group of people to drink. He Idulou Davis, reporter. II the serious Illness of her grand. Here's to Marjorie' t \ '1 t
Tie late, but they made It. Gainesville? Inqulier'a wife-"What did be could easily have said, "Pshaw! mother. We hope her grandmotherwill Our Kdltor-ln-Chlef. '

jirely was bad about Odell "Jacq" Andrews lost her, "coat- r say Henry 7"Inquirer"He Let them shift for themselves," Mary Anna's. Manners soon be well again and 'that She can write about anything; : ,

getting hurt at the game Saturday night? said they ate but he chose to,do otherwise andI Nancy will be jfyck Monday From football''' to yoa,-beef. .' 1

|y J I' lie Douglas Hazen was. tardy.... Mon what they could and what .they am sure that.the students ap- Dear Mary 4nna: We mad.,\envelope> s for our report From "Jullu..C..atto.Andy '+. i
n\\ IB. looked nice> Monday" He',' day?* ?,<_ couldn't, they could.." preciated It very much. Little What do you think about chew- cards 'this w* k. Everyone clump, t j'II'' 1
Jerry Silcox was riding around kindnesses ate long remembered. wants to keep his report card ,f. '
lilar Romeo. Ing gum In public? Some of my There's nothing r.aIlT'tDat can J
by herself Sunday night ? Dot G.-"Say, do you know nice und dUNn I'm 'I
sure. ,
jrbert and friends seem to advocate the practice -i get her stumped.
Lora and
'aret surely did take George in the Dot Green won't tell us where what they do with" the holes In Tenth Grade NewsGee They say It aids their con- Geraldine Cox often brings us She's a senior In dear ole Brad- \ l' t
she dough-nuts
was Sunday night? centration powers and If chewed some pretty rones. They make ford HI, I ,i,'"
[Saturday night. That wasn'th Mae Parker Is so studious ? Jerry-"They break them up after meals It aids their I j I the teacher's desk attractive. Where the school
so One month gone already. digestion good spirit I
| they went to the mld- r
Bertha has such and use them to stuff macaroni. i '
Jihow at the new Florida. Loper curly Time does fly. Everyone enjoyedthe We hope the Tornadoes heard us will never die, t'i f", i IShe' I
hair ? "What's the matter, my boy?" ; first month of school this Dear Dorothy: away over In St. Augustine! last very loyal to the Red ,'l I f
fess what? Saturday while All the boys went to Lake City inquired the school visitor I year. Football season Is being I think, and am backed, by others Friday.! We could not go( but we White and Blue, + t ;.

; around saw ex-Coacb Bill Friday night? "Palpitation and Insomnia." was I fully enjoyed, too. that chewing gum In public were hoping( they would win. And all the rest of good Americans + ,. ,
ns at the other end of town Miss Sparkman never fusses? the reply. I We are glad to have Shy Brown Is not only rude but annoying to Madge Brownlee, .reporter too. li .

nded by the football players Margaret Stringfellow likes 'Y" "But you can't be sufferingfrom i return after being "shy" for about others As for Its aid of concen- She's also loyal to the purple J!' ,
rlstudents. He'll be In the dances'1Home those things" three weeks tration powers. pitychologlnts say Eighth Grade NewsAt and gold, :A" f
orps In three weeks.was Economics class wasn't In that It deters the It And to make school II,
"It Isn't suffering, sir. It's spelling If you heard an unusual noise ability. might help our '. &l'
very happy Monday. the mood to study Monday. ." Thursday morning home room hold true In the case of digestion. our class meeting Friday we colors hold. 'Is.\ !I

fonder If "That Man's Here period In the west end of the That I cannot say. But If It addsto decided to pay five cents a month So let's give three chsera for i' '! I 1
r'! Did You Know That? Doing Ills Bit ball, you should not have been the well being of one, It mightbe for' class dues. Marjorie. I J
I teems as if nearly everyone Mr. SponholU: "From what I alarmed because It was only Mrs.Walnwrlghfs permissible, that Is, If the We have quite a few new pot Whose eyes are as fair as the t' .
| at Hazel Smith's farewellat Buck McMillan is an excellent have told you, you can see how room singing "Row, whole group chews It, plants which add to the attracIvrness deep blue Ilea' "
the Florida Saturday note writer? Important It is for us to conserve of the room. May she have good luck and 1
very Row Row. Your Boat; and Coach P. S.-I Just saw Frank Huck In #j''
Jewell Reddish dislikes being our resources of timber. Parks' room singing "Come on, "Bring 'Em Back Alive," and he Even!; though our report cards) success In life t.f\.fot 'I
referred to as "quiet"? "A" student: "You're dead Ole Bradford" at the same time.A says that animals of lower Intelligence were late this time, most of uw And never know the meaning F \ ,'
gl-of.the-Week A number of Bradford High studeuts right Mr. S. And I want you to lovely daub! are satisfied if they are were happy to receive them. the bated word "Strife." I''' i .I,,

turned out for the grand know that I once shot a wood- Here Is another question asked given something to chew Hazel Fields'1 | reporter -Opal Peels ." ; I

e s are some of the girls' and opening of the Florida.J. pecker. some of the tenth grade students: I wouldn't ba one of those for TIIENK: UNCLAIMCI1 ItAUIOM WILL BK MOLl) !
I favorite songs: E. found his pretty blue "If had the choice, with would ?
f'a' Brannen: "I Just Want pencil ? whom would l you like to be ).,
"I'm Hugary.
Vt t The Wbrld On Fire." Hazel Smith has deserted us ? "Well, I'm Chile." stranded on a South Sea Island ?" "Some People"Some ..... 111.... c...* t.1. ....... I. 111..1 seatal N., t.t r f
I Lander: "When Yes, she's gone to South Carolinato "
I Grow Too "Aw Gwan. I don't Bolivia. These are the answers: (IaMa <" AM None May SI, Ml N.70/W/i" ) ,
f o Dream." finish school. Slam." Jack Beaty Veronica Lake. people chatter senseless C. fltekl.i\I/ n-.tlo IM JuneJune 11 '41 == torts i iHark.r
8 Hayes Margaret Beam has pretty hair? "Sea, .Pads 17 II '11 I 04HIIAHIIJun 7Ut. ,!r 1
: "Be Brown.W. .
Honest WithY Doris Hodges Shy things. .nfli.vrol.t S3* ;41 ,l .
We really did win the game Miss Fernandez: Define the C. Clemons -- Juanita Johns.. Some people that which r.ir.el.I.:: Kmnrmiin 117 : 'y.l: 4I ICA-I7S1M r
say 4tnmpMWllk HiiartonHllverton Nun March T '4t I'olo' Club ('1K047 ; ,
Roberts night "
f, : "Sparkling Blue Friday word waffle Virginia Sewell Robert Preston tlniri: ; Non May M '41 114) 10011.-1
George Flynn likes blondes? Freeman: A waffle Is a large Sometalk and laugh and Ornpion Admiral Nona April JO '41 ltir'lasfsiIIy.duna ,.
ine MoncrlefYouAre Idalou is a good driver? with non-skid tread. La- It t? A Nona May I '41 Pf11OaI 'r \I
: pancake Harold Mikell Dorothy
My play: Kntidcr ArvlnMotorola Non alit? 7 41 SI7II1XZOBM
Ine.' Frank Oliver has a yellow auto? mour. Duty they remember It all one Md'himon 421 July, ; '41 I1ICP I IMY.

t. Denmark: "Romantic Does It really run, Frank? Easily ExplainedClfy Dorothy Manning-Jon Hall }
Guy : Why are you running day. ) .:"'- ItAIIIO HRKVICH: :r ;
boy field ? Well, well, what do you know ? For when the wheel comes rolling I !
man Register: .'Ciu-ryMe: ,We Wonder Why? that roller over I'm the trying potato to raise No Johnny WelHrauller! That's all down '
to Farmer boy: : :
Old Vlrglny." I for this week. And points to "Test" at which we U. '$
Y' haynes: "Red River Vail Odell Jones files his fingernails ? mashed potatoesAn Dorothy Faxon reporter frown. Prompt Service Careful Drivers :ri

Buddy Davis Is forever mumb- old Negro was taking a We recall the things that might
l Jones: "Cowboy SerenPh ling? Civil Service examination for the 10 B news have beenIf i (

Iretta likes blondes rural mall carrier. He have with we'd paid more attention then. }
position of We are glad to us Starke Taxi Service r
Nettles: -rm back ,In the The Seniors like to sing songs was asked. "How far is It from the Ruth Powell, a student who has You may use your class for a ::dr {

I' at noon? earth to the sun?" been out west this summer on a gossip center

1 Davis: "My Buddy..". The Pep Squad has so much The old fellow looked frightenedand rip-roaring vacation, and she Keep wishing for summer then Locally Owned and Opeated ," I"I't; (; ,

lit DUly Green: "She's Only A pep? Could It be the cheer leaders -: exclaimed:, "Ef you-all U states that she had a very good for winter tt., ,t
A Glided ? that route, Iereslgnln But when given what
Cage. gwtnter put me on time. you're you
Phone 150
''E line silcox: "A Le t tel' Juanita Kalch has a good personality ; 'fore I begins." Joke ought to know. hf:. :;

I In Black." ? I found a letter belonging to You will write what you do-and '
I Andrews: "Wabash Cannon Cleo Norman Industrious? (A Friend: Are you,' first In any-, Debris Creekmore. Here are the not so slow! Day Night : ;

future goal perhaps?) thing at school. : contents: For a day of reckoning: for things ,
Seniors: "Wiu The Circle Buck McMillan curls his hair Louie Lee: Yes. I'm first at the Dear Debris: In the past .. ;111

nbroken?" I door when the bell rings.Buddy My love for you Is so deep that Is sure to come at last If not :" :t t

h Y McRae- "Mama Put My Meet Miss SparkmanUntil : I just bumped my crazy, I would leap over a wall of fire very fast ..1,
ShOes( Away for you, swim .the seven seas, For what you do and what you
a I bone. 'fl
,, Norman: "Whose Sorry Miss Sparkman went to Enos. Well, comb your hair differently fight a war for you. know '
Maryville ColI.we'ln .Tenn., a few and It won't show Your beloved Stevie, Make your grade high or low. t

lLuUh'! p: "HeUo- Central. I years, her home was In Dade P. S. I'll be over to see you Sunday 'gRFT7Do .;
hard Heaven" I City: Her college education was Joe: Why. Buck you've got night If it doesn't rain. : Sixth Grade NewsWe
Jackson: "Casey Jones.1" : then completed at Southern. Her your socks on Inside outs! 'r ;.
!first teaching job was In the high Buck: Yes, my feet got hot so I Second Grade NewsWe are sorry to have Eugene "

Demorest's Room school way down south In Zephyr- turned the hose on them. Peebles leave us. ,

hllU. From there she went to are mklng paper-mache": We had our.second music lesson Your Trading Jt t

are Studying about water In Tallahassee where she took up I have a breaks car. down.It bowls for display at the fair. We Wednesday. ;
'. Several l student tried graduate work and also taught in It never skids. wonder If our mothers) and fathers Friday will be our book day where, 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are II t' 'I

lu Ptrlzn.nt, which the book the Demonstration School. It never never gets a puncture.It will know what they are made again. given away with every $10 In trade ",.; r
Pa tralT and Proved U true. She said the most Interesting never gives me trouble on from when tbey see them? There were twelve of the class or certificates. '1rl I
brought met was a famous have joined our' who made "100" In Spelling.Thursday '
'ac, a book called person she ever grades. Two new pupils Are Be to sad Discovery." He la nutritionist. Doctor Mary SwarU steep It never gets overheated.It classes since last week. we drew Creek pictures C UI SMITH'S GARAGE : "

ra tad 1t and make a re- Rose from Columbia University has never got *o. into a. collision Evelyn D. Ritch You c* l .' I j
It said Miss Kennedy, teacher FLORIDA n. .
rJa.s. I am fcur. New York. Miss Sparkman accident of any kind. Edna E. Prevail STARKE. .
>J short gray- or Teachers. Billy Smith, reporter. I
enjoy It very much. Doctor Rose was I do wish I could start It! I IJ1
Joyce 00 years cf age.
Moore reporter. haired woman !



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Baptist Circles Field" was also discussed. Mrs. his hand up to wrist was cut. Dr -

I'L SOCIETY and CLUBS Met This Week Olson conducted a short business crushed, and several small bones IIerlong Build

session, at which time the finan were missing from his left hand,
: cial condition of the circle received according to the doctor's report. J. D. Math.\\',
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W.. (!!)
Baptist W. M.\ S. Announces Leaders Mr. Wilson went from Starke building for Dr ntl1lc! r.
I' Chairmen, Miss Helen Prather M. S. met Monday at the home I attention. to back 1.1 B. Hen' Ii
And Assigns Members To Circles For New Year Becomes Bride of Mrs. L. G. Powell for the first The hostesses served delicious St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville of his "residence a four'r q
white fruit salad, wafers and iced The accident occurred about 5 concrete blOCk
of bungalow
meeting the new Eleven I
The Royal Service business and of the W. M. S., read a beautiful Of Harlan G. Burgett members were present.year. After a tea to nine guests o'clock P. M. Sept 23 when train the fOUrth of gerl6/J 'lyhOD!: b

program meeting of the Baptist tribute to Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prather of short devotional, Mrs. Powell, Circle Number Two No 44 was headed toward Jacksonville -. residences which D, lIerlon of IIIaII!
W. M. S., was held Monday afternoon J. H. Lord and Mrs. G. W. Alder- circle leader, appointed the following Mrs. W. E. Middleton was While Mr Wilson himself -. recently built for ant h-.

Sept. 15, In the Church. man for their years of faithful Starke, announce the marriage of members to serve on committees hostess to Circle Number Two ether ia from the southern part of all rented before. they Ther tr!

Mr. A. M. Darby president, con- service, presenting each with a their only daughter, Helen Anita,, for the : home on West MadIson St. the state, he has been staying, This house IR to be 24 art buut.

ducted the devotional, and Mr. T. beautiful corsage to Harlan G. Burgett of Whitewater Co-leader Mrs.year J. G. Llnsln; The opening prayer was read by for sometime with his brother, and wIlL be completed 11 171 feet,

K. McCIane, Sr., led in prayer. The The installation of officers was WIs., In Gainesville, September Program, Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel Mrs. F. H. Long and the title was Dock Wilson, at Raiford. I' about three Weeks. Dr wl 1%
program waa In charge of Circle conducted by Mrs. A. M. Darbyin "United in Prayer for a Broken stated.Mre. lIerllll!
20, 1941. Secretary, Mrs. T. K. Mc
No. 3. an Impressive manner. Cleric, $ri Treasurer Mrs. L. A. World. The devotional waa led -
At the close of the program the The following assignment of Mrs. Burgett is a graduate of Canova; Orphan) ,Mrs. C. A. by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, who talked Angelo 'Enlarges Carol Chandler
businena, session was held, the I' members to Circles for the new the Bradford County High School 1 week IPit
Knight; Personal Service, Mrs. R. on "A Meditation" from the A. J. Angelo, proprietor 0 f I for Griffin, Ca Iait
main Item at thla time being the year has been announced: and later attended the Duval Business H. Cox; Mission Study, Mrs. A. Methodist Woman. M.... William "Angelo's Place" at the Intersection return home she will! lIP t'pon btr
Number One
election of officer and committee Circle School In Jacksonville. At E. Llgbtfoot. Blair reviewed "Florida Migrants" of East Madison and South panled by her mother 8I'QJa.
Mrs. L. G. Powell leader) MI'I,
chairmen for" the new year" begin (Mrs. R. H. Cox Mrs. J. H. present she Is employed by the U. The next meeting will be held and told of the help being given Thompson streets, has recently In- who will spend Some lime 'railer.
ning October i, here
,Hundley, Mrs. A. M. Richard, Mrs. S. Civil Service Commission aa a In November with-),(rs. R. H. Cox these unfortunate people at Pa- creased his cafe space so that he --. ,
The Nominating Committee, Will Strlngfellow. Mrs. L. U. medical stenographer In the X-ray at the State Farm::' hokee and Belle Glade' by the W. can now seat approximately 60 --
composed of Mrs. H. L. Hough, I S. C. S. of Florida "She was a
,Morgan Mr. T K. McCIane. Mrs. Department, at Camp Blanding. : persons. His latest addition was IF YOU TT1
chairman,' Mrs.:' T. 1C*:McClane, E. Lennon;} *?, A.:.E:Lf htfoot, Mr; Burgett, la a graduate, of Circle,N4. 2. of the Baptist W. Stranger," a story from the World I 8 x 24 feet, Increasing his place LIKE (

Sr., Mra.'T. B. Harding' ; Mrs. V. Mrs. Fannie'-'Jones, Mrs. C. A. 'Whitewater' State TeacherCollege e' M. S. met at the church' Monday Outlook. WU told by :Miss Olive 'by. a third, at -cost of $400. EAT IN A NICE

H. Carden'Mrs. 1+ .-A. .Canova, Knight. Mrs. Clyde Nell Fountain and later''' attended' the aft rnc> n. 'Mm'W/B.: Alexander, Ray; who also>,fead,$an, appreciation Mr. Angelo said, yesterday, "I
and fir.. A. E. Llghtfoot:, reportedthe Mrs. Ethel Raymond, Miss University of Pennsylvania, where leader conducted'the devotionalon of the work of the"Rev.. G; was the first Gteek to come to CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE

nomination of the followingnamed Etta Tlson, Mr*. F. F. Flume he studied X-ray Technology and the subject, "Women of the C. Powell at Clermont, as pub- Starke." He came 18 years ago RESTAURANTVHERE
officers and committee graduated in 1941. His Bible." lished In The Methodist News. and for strawberry
Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. Rave Sll January e many years was a -
chairmen who were unanimously now employed a medical 1 Mrs. A. Z. Adkins closed the buyer. He opened his THE
cox, Mrs. Carrie Ingram Mttl. Officers and committee chairmen present FOOD IS JUST:
elected by standing vote: J. L. Llnaln Mrs A. L. Durden, technologist (Roentgenology) with were follows program by reading "A ,Generation business last December, after
appointed as :
President: Mrs. A. M. Darby. Mrs. Mary Geiger, M.... A. H. the U. S. Civil Service Commission Co-leader Mrs. R. A. Thomas Changes the Belgian Congo," the Blanding boom bit Starke. LIKE
Vice Mrs. H. I ;
let Preelddent
from the World
Johns Mrs E. M. Thomas Mrs. In the X-ray Department at Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings HOME
Brownlee. Lloyd Green Mrs. P. E. Canova Camp Blandlng. Lord; Personal Service Chairman The circle chairman Mrs. Ad- spent from Saturday noon until COOKED
2nd Vice-President: Mrs. V. H. klna
presided the
Carden. J r., Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Mrs. R. L. Mr. and Mrs. Burgett are making Mrs. R. B. Alvarez; Miss\ ion over Wednesday night out of' ,the city.

\, 3rd Vice-President: Mrs. T. K.McCIane Crews, :Mrs. Harry Houston, Mrs. their home with Mr. and Mrs Study; Mrs. M. F. Hazen; TrainIng session.the hostess During, assisted the social period, -----

;l i : Sr.Recordlsg F. O Peterson, Mrs. Bernice Johnson M. B. Scott Jr., at Kingsley Lake. School Mrs. A. J. Thomas; daughter Miss Madge Middleton by her, In TallahasseeCircuit THEN
Mrs. Ida George. Flowers. Mrs. W. L. Wall: Orphanage PAY US
:.; Secretary: :Mrs H. L. served ice cream and pound cake
Circle Number Two Book ReviewAt Mra. Court Clerk
Hough. T. B. Harding; WhiteCro to the A. J. A
I (Mrs. W. B. Alexander leader s and guests. Thomas, Tax Assessor E.
Corresponding secretary; :jura.J. Woman's Club, Stewardship, Mra. J. H. W.
H. Lord.Treasurer. Mrs. J. H. Lord Mrs. T. B. Lord; Enlistment, M r s. R. B. Circle Number ThreeMrs. Hayes and Charles Hardy from

4 : Mrs. <3. W, Alder Harding, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. The Woman's Club met Wednesday Alvarez.It L. D. Vining entertained the office of the County Superintendent ---,--
Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. W. H. Perkins Circle Three at her home on West of Schools
''r man. afternoon at the clubhouse was voted to pledge $3 a were In Talla-
100,000 Club Chairman: Mrs Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Mrs. and the business aeaaton month to the Hundred Thousand Madison St., and the rooms where hassee Thursday. Mr. Thomas

P. M. Barefoot. Leila Mundy; Mrs. Thelma Jen was presided over by the president the guests were seated were dec and Mr. Hayes went to confer AaACafe
nings Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. S. E. Club.During orated with fall flowers.After with Comptroller J.j
MisslonStudy: Chairman: :Mrs. Miss Evelyn. Stump. the social hour home M. Lee with
R. A. Thomas.Persona Sparks, Mrs. Marvin Hazen, Mrs. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, program made ice cream and cake were a devotional service, Mrs regard to the tax roll and the
W L. Wall, Mrs. Clyde Priest, D. P. Carpenter led a round-table budget of the
] served County Commission
Service Chairman: Mrs. chairman, introduced Mrs. W. R. by Mrs. Alexander and
T. B. Harding. Mrs. Thelma Dlnklns, Mrs. W. J. Morse who most Interestingly reviewed ;Mrs. Lord hostesses. discussion on the subject of Christian ers: Mr. Hardy to transact business I II

Literature Chairman: Mrs. J. H. Epperson, Mrs. Floyd Green, Mrs.F "Sons of the Others Next Fellowship and what we can for the Board of Public In Back of Carpenters I
meeting will be
Lord. B. Johns Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. held with do to promote fellowship in our struction. i
A. J. Thomas, Mrs. W. M. Edwards Philip Gibbs. Mrs. Rawson. J. Mrs. Harding. Mra. R. A. Thomas church. -------..-
Margaret Fund Chairman: Mrs. Davis. accompanied by Mrs\ L. 'will have ----9
charge of the devotional. Soon after
Burton Rosier.Children's Mrs. A. E McKinney, Mrs A. Canova, the arrival of the
Guy Sale, Mrs. Julia Bryart. Mrs. sang guests, the hostess served refresh-
Home Chairman: Mrs. "Maria Elena" and "I'll Be With
All Circles of WSCS ing coca-colas and EAT AT
Orle Wiggins. George Inman, Mrs. Myrtlce Dennis You In Apple Blossom Time." dainty sandwiches -

Training School Chairman: Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrx. Aub- During the social period the Hold Meetings to the thirteen guests prellent. -

James Lewis Circle Number Tlm-e hostesses served ANN &
refreshing iced Mrs. T. J.' Griffin and The circle chairman, Mrs. Vin HARRY'SMEALS
White Cross Chairman: Miss (Mrs. H. A. Lawson, leader) tea and several kinds of Sandwiches sister.
Wilma Alexander. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. G. Mrs. Carrie RItch, were joint ing, presided over the business

Publicity Chairman: Mrs H. L. B. Flynn Mrs. A. O. Andreu, Hosteaxes hostesses to Circle Number One session and at this time a liberal SERVED FAMILY STYLE
Hough. Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mrs. Ray New- for the afternoon of the Woman's Society of Christian offering was made for local work. it

I Historian: Mrs. L G. Powell. some, Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. were: Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. Mrs. Service of the Methodist Arrangements were made for put-
Chairman o f Transportation Wilma, Alexander Mi:a's. Frances L. F. Chapman, Mrs., p, D. Fan- church on Monday afternoon. The ting flowers in the church for the Specializing In Golden Fried Chicken _

Committee: Mrs. D. L. Silcox Moyer, Mrs. L, G. Hemingway, i cher.Irs.:!\ Joe Wallace, Mrs. L. flowers used to brighten the living coming month. The circle was

Auxiliary Leaders Mr G. W. Alderman, Mrs. P. M. G. Powell, Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand room were dwarf zinnias and pleased to welcome as a new OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE

JI".y. W A.: Mrs. A. E. 'Llghtfoot.. Barefoot Mrs. Roy Harris, Mrs. Mrs. A. E, Llghtfoot goldenrod.The member Mrs. J. H. Mclnnia. Mrs.

(Intermediate O. A's.: Mrs. Ralph Den Hall. Mrs. Dave Kite.. Mrs. meeting was presided over B. A. Pope, Jr., of Fountain, N.
Alvarez. Warren Per k 1 n a, Mrs. J. M. "Welcome Back" DanceThe by Mrs. Titus Olson, circle chair- C., was a guest.

Junior O. A's.: Not supplied.R. Brownlee, Mrs E. W. Hayes, Mrs. man, and the devotional service The work of each circle Is progressing

: A's.: Mrs. Clyde Prle t. Joe Wilson, Mrs. Eunice Canova, Army YMCA will sponsor was conducted by Mrs. W. G. in a very favorable manner

Sunbeams: Mrs. E. Lawson. Mrs. Jesse Newsome, Mrs..Hubert a dance at the Armory tonightto Halle who used as her subject and it Is expected by the end BICYCLES

Circle Lwulerm I Priest, Mrs. Ethel BlggB. Mrs. welcome back the soldiers who "Faith." Miss Amy Coburn reviewed of the year that the Starke WSCS

Circle No.1: Mrs L. O. Powell Carrie Edwards, Mrs. V. B. Har- have just returned from maneuvers an article entitled "Flor Auxiliary will have an excellent

Circle No.. 2: Mrs: W. B. Alexander rell, Mrs. Horace Met'sereau, Mr.. in Louisiana. All young ladleson ida Migrants," which was taken report.

Dewey Williams,Mrs.. A.. E. Wall, the Y's Invitation list are cordially from the..World Outlook; and the ilf;

Circle Ne--Sr'Mrs. H, A; Law- Mrs Calvin Johns I invited to attend. subject of "Chicago "as a Mission Junior Woman's Club ,, You Plan To Buy A Bicycle, Wagon,

on. rey Moore. .*" ',\ '{ '\ Plans Cooperation; "

Circle No. 4; Mrs. H, L. Hough. Circle Number, Pour 4. Or ""
With U. S. '0. Tricycle Let\Us Put Yours
Mrs. L. ,Q. .Powell, on behalfT (Mrs. H. L. Hough, leader) Program Away

Mrs. L. A. Rennolds.! Mrs. Earl Carolyn Callstreet The
Department of
: Searing, Mrs. Mae Edwards, Mrs the Now.
rtlltfMUrrr After
Starke Our
; Woman's Club had its first Present Stock Is Exhausted
COLDS A. J. Grlffla Mrs. J. E. Chambers,
] of meeting of the fall
season on
Mrs. Mary Lawson, Mrs. Harold
Cardin, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs.R. Wednesday night at the Club
May Not Fur-
Be Able To
G. Kldd. Mra. Burton Rosier, Down on Cull Street rains the Newlyweds Tommy an' houae. Miss Hope Haynes, presi ,
Liquid TmMfi Opal
666; .. Mrs R. L. Mrs. L. G. Reid Manna dent of the organization, presided,
"a'" %o DruB s Kemp, (May) Gomez breakfastin' 1 and
In i Mra.
The ;
Touch Drop. Mra L. O. Gallant, Mrs. Chas. Boys are back from Louisiana Koch's Baggett transacted nish You.
!rAn' -the same spot where their the duties of secretary.
Powell, Mrs. W. A. Feeler. Mrs.
TIT "Hnb-Wr-Tlniii'-* Wonderful, whirlwind Theme of the club
romance began three for the ensuing -
Mi,liM.nt < Pate Gasaett. Mra. T. M. Hutch&K8(3tHBnK&aXHSHB -
tt k Starke In. once more It's gay weeks before the year ia "Sharing In National
boys left on 0----._____,.,
( j Defense" :
\! I and the
1XtK1I. giddy ga-ga self Cash registers maneuvers Lt. organization has
Moody (Texaseprizin'
ringln' and faces that have taken for Its definite project "aid-

'. been stretchln' 'out longer an'longer the bile with a birthday ing the U. S. O." Every Wednes-- USE
Welcome Soldiers for the past two months dinner at Ann & Harry's day night is to be "Junior Women's LAY AWAY' .PLANEastern

are now snappln' back to normal Nineteen candles .'. Fourmothsold Club Night" at the Army

An' do you wonder? dotter seemed,to be enjoyln'herself ) YMCA with members acting as 00----- ._.__.)
BRADFORD INN One popular slt-and-slp spot Is alleged hostesses.The .
l much a e anybody .
to have
dropped simol- chairman
of the
'. 1-4 Mile North on Road 13 Starke Fla. eons durln' the nine weeks the Grace Dew injecting new life into Mrs. Fred Guy, Introduced program Miss, Auto

boys were away Judgln' from old-fashioned ric-nc braid on a Margaret Ersklne associate secretary SupplyV.

crowds In town Wednesday night cute full black skirt and blouse of the Y, as guest speak

however, they'll make it back in r Bow of the same material I, er. She explained the
---------- ... ...... a coupla days, so don't lose any stitched with rlc-rac adorn)In' in which the club could many assist ways in S. ST. JOHN, Owner

---------f sleep over it All the boys those beauteous tresses carrying out the U. S. O. pro- Starke
look different Some browner gram. Florida
Some fatter Grace Green lenclln'
Some thinner her talents During the social period Miss
Cliff Hazen says be lost to the Station Hose a t Camp j Ersklne and Mrs. Baggett served

so much he'll haft to wear suspenders Blandlng- Juanita Phillips 11 punch and open-faced sandwiches

i jolnln' forces with Wolfe &: Mc- to- the 25 members of the club

I Leod Junior Woman's Club who were present..

p".ln' l'arile>: Nick members, all a-twitter over plans

STARKE FLA new counterman at Pata'agaS'1, speaks for a steak supper at Gold Head Miss Louise Stern Arrived.. This WeekA

tour languages Think how Branch, Oct. IS Mildred Hillvlsltln' 'I Honored On
much fun he could have callln'; local "hello" girls from Birthday
Sunday, Monday-Oct. 12, 13 Sax She's
Hitler names! Caudle Hazen been stormln' with Mlsa Louise
It la our happy privilege to bring the latest the Stern was honor
you very back storm in Miami
on the courthouse Hear
and finest' in entertainment. beat after guest at a birthday party given Complete Line of
screen Here Is the big: fullln' prey to a bad cold for new-homeowner Alton Gay Is ad- Monday Squibbs
I a
picture of the year coming: direct from the premiere vertlsln' for evening by her mother,
coupla some attractive
days .
Charles girl Mrs.
presentations In New York and Los Angeles with the volcln' McCoy roomers William A. Stern at their Vitamin Products
t t' solitary regrets over' residence
endorsement of America's most eminent critics who on Lafayette St.
urge turn of the soldiers "Too The
I you to see it. tablewaa decorated
': much competition," he allows Police oHslfern' should keep their with flowers, tall Come In and
"What Woman pink
Every Knows" and LaCava Tells, in a Willie Killingsworth more dazzlln'than eyes peeled for a peepln' Tom (or and tap- Over the Assortment
1, Romance as real 'as Your Ownl I Toms) who've era a beautifully decorated
ever In her swank glass box- been spotted in birthday cake. Ice, cream, ginger of A.. B. D. and
I "UNFINISHED BUSINESS"Starring office at the new Fla. Thltter different parts of town recently ale and cake were erved by Mrs _and G. Caps. Regular

,Irne.Dunne and Robert Montgomery Jewel (Lawteyite) Roberts' hair Mouth-watery'recommend' a Stern. -, r

\ I' With Preston' Foster Eugene Pallette, Esther!: Dale always look In' as if It had Just flout t The "Krunchy" peanut butter Besides .the High Potency
<.!. Over parents of the honoree
"Rover's Rescue" been ( Sea brand) with -
Paramount News ."Over Seven Seas" beauty-parlored:, Kate bits of those
(teacher) Sheppard with her crisp peanuts> thru an' thru present were: Betty
f I Tuesday, Oct. 14-Double Feature-Two Big: Pictures short-short wave. new It's dellsh Wunner what Jean Turner, Bob Turner, Mary Ella Vitamin B tablets In Various Strength

i, ,' '-u'. No. 1--STAR DUST"With Davis has been up to now? Turner, and Chaplain and Mrs.

,/ Jno. Payne, Linda Darnell Small World Department' : Edith : Saw an M. P. make her pull over Ivan C. Whlpple. Also Vitamin B Complex In Syrup,

No 2-"MONEY AND THE WOMAN" Moaeley Brown back home from to. the curb other day right In '

..Jeffrey Lynn Brenda Marshall-Also: ."Rupert the Runt" a month' in Chicago,"Milwaukeeand I front of the p.o.' an' both of"em Jerry Wilson 0. K. Wafers and various combinations

I Cincinnati Says 'she talkln' mighty serious-Ilk ,. ,
Wednesday, Thursday Oct. & 16 Jerry Wilson 26, who
19$ bumped Hope nothln's was recently -
smack Jean
-kadab into the Wil wrong: .
tiTI'AIL OF TIlE LONESOMEV'PINE": liam Norrlses In the' hurt by a Seaboard.. rain
:I With Henry Fonda Clncy ter- three miles south of Starke is 1
Sidney. minal .. They also Open h.*
midnight show
"Playmates of the Wild" vacaUonm'Ia. at the getting along all
Paramount right,
News i rgrentlna" Chi. and Washington Fla. Thltter was gay no end with to a representative of according the tallnd A Special'Elmo Toilet Kit Now on Sale at
Frl., Sat.. Oct. 17, 18-Double Feature Two Big:'Pictures G 1 a d y a Canova "streamlining*: alt the sweet young things e road. -

No. 1-"SIGN OF TIlE WOLF" with her two cute dotters their escorts dashln" from the L "I was walking along side of $1.00. Contains Ultrae Cleansing Cream,
Grace Bradley, Michael Whalen Jus' learnln' to drive game in Q'ville Jus' In time for the track," said Mr Wilson while
C No. 2-"LONE RIDER CROSSES Pat Lambe and John Keene dole the feature ex-Coach Bill being trafed
TIlE RIO" the by Dr. W. E. Mld- Special Nite Cream Face Powder
With Geo. Houston nightspots quite frequently of Stepaens back In town las' weekend dleton. "and ,

"Riders of Death Valley" No. 14 "Bundle of Blues" late . He, Grace Green Charlie I didn't know something what. So happened.whenarcs I and
Chapman Ra-Lo Lotion
1 Saturday-MIDNIGHT ings. Miss Ollie Marr, Mrs. Alice makJn and Edna Pe came to, my left hand was off."
SHOW<>Ct. 18 up one of the numerous He
' Langford, Mrs he didn't see or hear
.I'j "HIGH. WIDE .Jerry Moore, Mr e. foursome at a
Pat Foster, Mrs. P. E. Canova amp a train. He had been subject to attacks -
I t- Randolph Scott and Irene Dunne Sr., Mrs. O. H. game .. An-llpeakln' of games- from his stomach and hav- KOCH
"Love In Bennett. Mrs don't STOREI
a Cottage" "Action on Emily forget the big-time event at lag fainting DRUG
Morgan, Mrs. Bob Dodson Bradford Park spells but didn't
tonight So know
Ice".0. Mr. R. R. whether he bad then
Prevail Mrs. John one or
11 long .
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Hall. Mrs Rufus Hutchlngt. thumb and first and

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oeToBLR 10. 1941 OCT 101941

BITS of LOCAL NEWS I IL. Mrs. Glenn Lewis of St. Au-I Mrs. D. E. Knight and Paul about two and A half million dollars I cases of cotton and corn by two
gustine, Monday and
Knight have returned from Jack for this nitrogen much of or three times. t''
day wiTh Miss Madge Mlddleton. sonville Beach, where they spent
Davis spent Monday Willy/ Stewart of Jacksonville Mrs. O. J. Griffin, of St. Au- !several! days, Mr Knight will return which they could provide for "After all our talk about the it
A Ted ,
spent the Week-cnd here with Stllley spent the weekend to New York the latter part themselves simply b y planting need for new crops, we find that
twnville- friends with his brother-tn-law' and sister Mr. and Mrs. George C White lot the week where he has a position cover crops I we are not doing half what we
Mr and Mrs. R. c. Buford. and daughter Frances White, of I with -N. B. C In Radio City. "'''Ve
In Knight attended court I are trying to urge thenefamilies could with the crops we have. We
E Tallahassee, spent the weekend II
llis'onvUJe Monday. Sgt. and Mrs. Brewer Coleman Ed Klueppleburg, new F. S. A. here with Mrs. J. W. White, and I therefore, to grow their hope to convince the families on 1our
spent Saturday afternoon in Jack- Supervisor, spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mrs L. A, Canova and son*, own fertilizer,-not only to provide program that they can do-
smith Pent the week-end : sonville. High Springs with his family. Levy; Jr.. and\ George, were In a larger margin for their own I more for themselves, by wise usa \

5"ton '..lth his/ family.Robert Mrs E. E. Canova Is In Tallahassee Tallahassee recently visiting Mrs.Canova's ;I living, but to help the land and to I II more for themselves by Ise use of
!| Mrs. J. H. Lord, returned recently Mrs. Wm. Dobrow left yesterday visiting her daughter Mra. sisters, Mr*. d. C. \\hit.an,1 Increase their crop yields, in some of cover crops."

B. Wear was a from a visit with friendsIn for her home in Pahokee aftera G. L. Patten. Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. Wht'uthere 1.- ---- ..
Mrs. Canov attended the
e. visit of
Georgia. several days In Starke.
in Gainesville Wednesday. alumnae luncheon! given In honorof
gustlne, and Capt. Owen W. Griffin Dr.

Freeman Register Is In A. H. Green and L. J. Green Winter Mv. and Garden Mrs. W. A. Scott, of were guests of Mrs.' Ethel F. S.Conradl.C. W,. retiring presidentof

Vincent's Hospital, Jackson were business visitors In Gaines- were guest recently Biggs Tuesday. BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO. '
ville :Monday.Mrs. of Mr.: and :Mrs. F. A. I
Scott: Judge Charles Miller municipal A. J. Thomas S. A. Weldon, L.
D. Vining and Mayor N. D. Wainwright Starke Florida ,
E. J. Dowling and Judge of Jacksonville was at- '
Marjorie Stump teacher at'I A. Knight Mr and Mrs. Chester Wise!! and tending to business In Starke Jr., Legionnaires who are
liD, spent the week-end at Gainetvllle. kpent Monday In family are occupying the homeof Tuesday, and while here was the on the Bradford County Fair Committee i

:Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green on guest of Mayor D.Wanwrlght! attended the Alachua '
Cherry; St. Jr. County Fair at Gainesville Wed- .
0. L. Beasley and Mrs. J.jicaid Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent yesterday nesday night to aee how thingsare Land Surveying .

spent Monday In Jack- in Gainesville visiting Mis. )11'.. Roscoe Bartlett of Jack J. B. Rowe was a; visitor to carried on in other places. *' .
T E., 'Duncan.H. =
Ie, sonville Is spending several week I Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon Subdivisions '
here! at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and was accompanied home Mrs. 11. C. Ritch Is chairman of .-
.- V. Knight and Paul William NorrlR. of the Committee this ", ',
ode of Mrs. EUzabeth.DIl.tI1 Knight by his daughter Mrs. Leslie Biggs, Hospitality Drainage ,
be interested to I learn were visitors in Daytona Beach ,who will remain for a few days' month making arrangements for 'ilU "

Me baa been appointed entw9 Tuesday afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Buford bad visit. families wishing to have Camp Civil Engineering ':-

of the 43rd Division as their guests last Sunday Mrs. Standing soldiers in for Sunday
e Club at Camp Standing. Mrs. S. E. Sparks returned Lou Struth and son, Roddy and Mra. Karma Daukszla and Mrs i dinner, Last Sunday the follow-
Monday to Riverside Hospital,,, Mrs. Ruby Stone, of DeLand. Joseph Lucas and children Mary ing were hosts to two or more
Jacksonville for treatment.E. Sue and David, of Grand. Rapids "boyb In khaki:" Mra E. L Ulaga.Mrs. See us for estimates on concrete building
H. COURTMANCH Miss Nettle Dowling returned Mich., arrived Wednesday night T. T. Long, the Rev., and
Watch-Maker home Wednesday after spending for a visit with Mrs. Frances Mrs. Chas. Allen. Mr. and Mrs.
blocks sidewalks and
S. :Matthews driveways ready
CONFIDENCEAT spent the week three weeks in Jacksonville with Parker and Mrs BernIce Opper- Milton St. Peter, Mr. and MV.
'f WITH end in Orlando
with his soninlawand r her aunt, Mra. James Godbold. man. J. L. Simmons, Mrs. W. A. Bun- ,
daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B ham and Mrs. J. H. Lord. Others mixed concrete.

Om HOME JEWELER McLendon and Mrs. Matthews, Ira Shepherd, who is employedIn W. T. Clute had as dinner who wish to have soldiers for I A

who U spending a month there. the express business in Georgia, guests Sunday at Ann & Itarry'a Sunday dinner are asked to notify -,

spent Friday here with his par- new dining room Mr, and Mrs Mrs Ritch. Corner Cherry and Jackson or SeeJ.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shepherd Olin W White M I s a Dorothy

White Miss Carol White Olin Maurice ,
l FSA Clients
: White, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. H.
orida Mrs Gertrude Handelsman Is A. Carlton. Told How to Save

the manager and Mrs. Lillian
On Fertilizer Bills
Friedler Is clerk in Louie's Army Miss Margaret Gmktne, ansocl Edwards's,
Store ate of the -- ------
Air-Conditioned recently opened on Temple secretary Army YMCA P
Low-Income farmers In Brad-
Avenue. returned to Starke Sunday after'

PROGRAM WEEK OR.. OCTOBER 12TH spending< the pant ten days in ford. Clay & Union Counties are '

..... i- ?_,_ Mrs. S, P. Vandlviere and son, New York City and Molionk, N. being pointed to a way by which k,

Sunday & Monday, October 12-13 Stuart, of Tallahassee, spent the Y, where she attended u USO their fertilizer bills may be cut HALL'S STORE

"SUN VALLEY SERENADE"With week-end here with Mrs G. W. conference.Mrs. In half.
Alderman, and Mr. and Mr L
K. H. Klueppelberg, farm supervisor -
Sonja Henie & John Payne A. Canova. > J. M. Mitchell and, daughter for the Farm Security Administration I
Added: Sports Short Cartoon Magic Carpet Miss Lucile Mitchell are In In Bradford, Clay A 1.2lile: South of Starke On CaincMvllk: Road

Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr., who has Venice, where Mrs. Mllrhe.ll Is a Union Count.... Maid that
Tuesday, Wednesday. & Thursday Oct. 14-15-16 j THESE SPECIAL. .: PRICKS; WILL CONTINUE ALL
been visiting her parents Judge patient In Albee Honpiial. Before the fall planting season brings NEXT: WEEK
"BILLY THE KID" and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, returned returning home they will visit opportunity to provide. for the

With Robert Taylor & Brian Donlevy Wednesday to her home In Foun- Mrs. George C. Livingston In land some of the elements of com- FRESH BEEF LIVER Lb 25c
pded: Passing Parade Uncle Sam's Iron Warriors tain, N. C. Tampa.Mr. mercial fertilizer par t Iculnily

& The Old Oaken Bucket nitrogen, and that this course Is
Miss Eunice Snowden began!; and Mra. R. O. Daniel of being urged upon all Bradford, STEW BEEF, 15c Lb 2 Lbs 25c

Friday & Saturday, October 17-18 Tuesday as an employe at the Sarasota and Russell Daniel of Clay A Union County farmers on
DOUBLE 'FEATURE PROGRAMit fountain at Carpenter's Drug Leesburg visited friends! here last the FSA proginm. Guaranteed Fresh Hamburger, Lb 18c
store. Her home Is 12 miles north- week on their way to Sewanee The Idea, said Mr. ,
No. Klueppelberg
OF MICHIGAN"With 2 Lbs 35c
west of Starke. University In Tennessee, where the Is to plant nitrogenous cnv"I'trUJ.II
Tom Harmon & Michigan All Stars latter will begin studying for the
like Austrian ,
The First Great Football j Picture of The Season Robt. B. Wear will return to- Episcopal Ministry. velvet} beans and crotalnrla.peas cowpeas Round and Sirloin Steak, Lb 25c

lit No. 2-"The Parson of Panamint"With day from Atlanta Ga., where he Mr and Mrs. Charley J, Powell "Studies by the Farm Security 2 Lbs 47c I ( ,
has been attending a meeting of SpecialIsts," he said "have shown .
and children have returned home
Ruggles representatives of the Army and us that families,on the FSA program t V
Also: Selected Short Subjects Navy YMCA's. after a six week's trip in the spend for fertilizer more Small Native T.Bone, Lb 28c .1't t1

.. West While away they visited than for the combined Items of \\1 t
TIIIS'WEEK Mr Powell's brothers In Texas
Mrs. Celia Mena.-had as( and New Mexico'and: litter wentto clothing, education, church obligations PORK CHOPS, Lb _. 27c ,
RITZ, THEATRESunday week-end guests MM 'and Mrs, and self-improvement.
points of Interest In Colorado
Monday & Tuesday Henry Manassa and Mr. and Mrs imd Wyoming. Tho" budget of our families In Shoulder Clod Roast, Lb '20c
Arthur Manaxsa and '
"IN TilE NAVY" daughter Region Five (Alabama, Georgia
Ann, of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Nollman South Carolina Florida Include
With Bud Abbot & Lou Costello (Laugh Starsof and ) -
Lb 28c
Buck Privates) and family returned recently from a total of five and a half VEAL CHOPS, i;
Mrs. J. W. Klncald who has their vacation at Highlands N. C. million dollar a year for ferti

[ Wednesday & Thursday DOUBLE FEATURENo. spent the past two weeks herewith Miss Betty Jane Nollman la In lizer. Nearly half of commercial VEAL STEAKS, Lb 25c
"DRESSED TO KILL" her brother-in-law and sister, Southern College, Lakeland, and fertilizer is nitrogen so that our
With Nolan Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley will Miss Catherine Nollman la a JunIor families, all of whom are low-In-
Lloyd VEAL ROAST Lb" 23c
return to Tampa Tuesday. In B. H. S. coma farmers who need essentially ,
With Pinky Tomlin also Latest War News better living standards, spend
Wally Stewart who has been W. T. Clute Is spending most of ,
Friday & Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE connected with the Green Cleaners this week out of the City. He 'HMWCMWfDCKMXJWHWMKMBCTO !KQCIC! O IIICAxQJCIKIIf1)ft: CDtJlOCJI IMIIC mm !
for the few months has t
past spent Wednesday I In Daytona
accepted a position at the Naval Beach o n business Thursday i
Air Station In Jacksonville.Dr. through Sunday he Is spending in .
Miami where during the last three

and Mrs. C. C Mendoza and days of the week he Is attendingthe .
son. Cliff of Jacksonville were State Realtor's Convention. \
guests Saturday evening and Sun Monday he will spend In Orlando I

NAT SEZ: day of Mrs. Mendoza's parents, transacting business and will be 1 ]
Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Griffin. back In his office Tuesday morn- THE I

tA helping'Used to folks always along get a that kick needed out of Nick Patragas Is a new em- ing..... ......!- ---- 1 1Starke

ploye at Jerry's. He la a native of
help; very seldom turned anybody What Does Health
... ... If down unless they were tinqurHtlon- Greece, and has been in America

ably fakes. last only week one year from, coming TaUat>asnee.to Starke Mean To You? 2r' Cfeanel.j I

Still get a kick out of It, with a 1 } ,
few exceptions. Miss Christine RIcket on, for. C III U O P HAC TIC I IsaMASTER
Looks like the more you do for mer staff member at the American
some folks the more kirk you get Legion Recreation Center has SCIENCE in

out of It, but very often It'.. a accepted a position as Junior host the restoration of health. & JattnL'j!

kick In the pants. ess In one of the service clubs at Regardless of what you i

WRONG PLACE Camp Dlandlng. may believe, if you will

give it a fair trial you will -
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chalkleyand ; ,
You'll be for'lUemblejJ children of Richmond Va., be agreeably surprised at i OFFER YOU

I strong will arrive here Sunday to spend its merit. "

sometime with i Mr. Chalkley- THEIR NEW ,
and sister, Mr and
brother-in-law !
Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer. Dr. Clayton W. Jones

Starke. Fla. ;

Mrs. Henry Money wife of Office Over Jacobs Store "Back Door Service".i
I.a Is .
ta Sgt. Money of Camp Blandlng. .
clerk In Alexander's store. Sgt.

and Mrs. Money are originallyfrom .
Livingston Ala, coming to DRIVE IN FROM JEFFERSON

Tie Week Starke last February. -j-
STREET TO 1'1 ,,

Mra. Don McCann and son. Bill,
returned last week to their born I i LOADING

LIFE and Ci S e I a weeks'la August.visit with Kan.,Mra.after McCann'i a sU I I ,,(It=. ' \a- Ic
Oct. parents, Mr.' and Mrs. W. I.. 1 ...."....."....- ){
6th llth: Blair ] ,yr.n.n.urwrrw .

"'"'.Tour chance, to re.el In style op I .
V-xirneckt, Mrs. W. T. Dowty returned to : p c' .
A thei"1
week dedicated to
*""* .....rte8t *. :'Wesnklev Ties her home here last week after Joodtye.Hon.ey( ,i. "Q :' 'if 9"
d 1 o thiru' spending the past three month "
,,,, Mrs, coeMorle Colon In Lexington Ky., because of the J r e tie "
L,<""elt. ""-* W'e have "em in the seasons Illness of her aunt Mrt. Maggie,I have A good time-- 1 t(

P- arr.ylsue | L. Smith. : the c&r is insuredCharley "'
wet! Come uht Yo' more
r 15 Percent Discount On All
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snit I Ilelllhley
? you're ee by
Mr. and Mrs. William Norris:
"Family" Bundles Cash & Carry 1
left recently for a vacation trip I
Nor-Eut and $1 will visit ;1,
where they
Itlllhley .. 011. to Chicago, E. Johns 4 Day Service !"i$
Classic Ties .." U.s.r.L Mr Morris' mother and brother. \
Later they will visit Mrs. Norria'on. AgencyStarke Take advantage of this safe easy and economical service to give your f '

.' Bruce Dodd. family full protection with clean freshly ,,laundered clothes and linen. ,: j,:


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umber Men First BirthdavFor hauled by tractor later by road building furiously for over 30,000 miles! of electric power lines, anlnt'y
Urged To Use'onservative and railroad.
additional troops: of the 43rd division 12.000 buildings of a 11

pHd Wan Necessary and the 74th field artillery typed. Including: tents warehouse, li
Sped was the first requirement brigade recreation buildings, a 2,000-bed

\ BlandingCamp and the C. Q. M. forces and construction On their second' arrival at Blan- hospital and A laundry operated''
CuttingSouthern crew of Starrett Bi'others ding when they return from by 000 civilians.
and Eken. and Wolfe and Mc-
Louisiana, soldiers of
the Dixie Cost' of the camp so far has
Con- Blinding was one year old Leod met the challenge. By the division will find a big diffcience.
Southern end of November tents and other some 27000000. a remark-
d In September.It I Completed since their first arrival
A88 buildings, the latter prefabricated ably low figure considering Its
fc'on have been
nearly 1.000 buildings
through- was just 12 months that new -
leading pupmiil8 ago I at the C. Q. M. lumber mill, were exclusive of tents Among size and the speed with which It
South urges landowners huge scoops and bulldozers began being completed at the rate of of.
e judgment when cut. these buildings are service clubs rose out the wilderness Labor
good I timber. If selling clearing and excavating on the. one every 20 minutes. On two occasions where they can relax and have which has gone Into the actual

hilt own insist first few square yards of land, when It was found necessary dances, guest houses, where their
they should h to move office construction of the camp Is over
tlmberseed i1 4L temporary friends
least left. loon to be dotted with tent, mess relatives can spend
1 trees at tails buildings several hundred feet to the night, beach bath houses 22000.000 man-hours. To get a
to sell timber 4 f hospital buildings) ware additional -
not enough for the houses and recreation buildings new locations the buildings were hospital buildings, motor better picture of this stupendous

a contract calling for a training: camp of 53.000 soldiers simply Jacked up and pushed repair shops' and warehouses, and figure It must be realized that
under a cer"if.
I of all' treeS of the expanding away, as office employes con- several hundred acres of landscaped this represents the work of ten
., since on areas where all tinued "buslne an usual" Inside. ground. And soon to be man for 1,600 years.-Jacksonville
lira above the size specified, When Major Leander Laraon.Blandln&'s Leas than 90 days after croun,1breaking completed will be twenty-two Journal.. I

Iracttce result ;In clear cut: w cI first construct big the constructing quartermaater chapels and eight large motion
: uaiterma ter. moved In with
; one
was able to report essential 'plctul'e. theatres. .
L Ivlllaix assistant, 'he found 200 : PROSE
that clear cutting I ANDPOETRY
I obvious housing ready for the :Slat <*, | The tax base isLed men working on encampment division,
t no one. ion some advance unit. of Since las*'Oocember the con-'
; the landowner, reallz- some. 5,000 national guard which had begun to move In as struction program here has" bt'enIlIupt'rvlllt'd

hat no further revenue from w"p troops I early as mid-November. 'i I by Major James K',
25 I .J I11UIt Faced' Ta..k Camp Illandlng, October '41
be derived for oran ![ 'e When
r I. to t= 9 1+YW the entire Dixie division Itundell C. Q. M., who reorganized II
takes no more Interestisland } S : Confronting him and his sue arrived at camp In the middle ofa the job and who had quarters I, The hush of night 1

and wood using Intel essors was the task of expanding; driving rain, the soldiers. sawa ready for the 43rd division 10,I The calm, .UlIlake
are compelled; Ito look the camp ten fold In number of different from what clays ahead of
very sight schedule Major Bedecked: with Jewels
here for sources of timber. Selective Cutting-Timber Investment By:+cutting only a troop! to be accommodated and of they will next month on their Run.tellluMt week turned over his Half way 'round.

1 trine Seed Trees small percent of the timber stand each year, the landowner making It not Just a summer en- return from maneuvers. Besidescar command to Capt. A. C. Keade, Jewels shedding ,..ra1lOut

\\jr! Ulan.clear cutting fa the assures himself ota sustained, continuous,revenue.'. On the, area campment, but a military reserva- and truck-choked Route 48 at who will finish the Job begun a over the water ?
Eg of eight or' ten healthy shown here, the poorest trees were cut for pulpwood and the lon capable" .of housing, feeding the camp gates, was a virtual year ago Ray like arms i

[formed trees per acre for a best trees left to make Increased growth. training and providing proper recreation 1"Hoovervllle" of about 2,500 migratory So far, with some constructionstill Reaching out to me "',\ t 1

% of seed. Seed trees should for more than two full workmen, many of whom to be completed, a tabulation Light Rays .Dr ,
j least 12 Inches In diameter divisions( of troops. had brought their families. Someof shows that Camp Blinding IsFloi Meaning so much. ''I'I ;

lump height. After a new Earlier the proposed camp these Shanlytown Inhabitants I Ida's fourth largest city. The I Peace reigns on Klagney! Lak.y ;J,
1th of young pines has be- under the planning of Solomon were jobles, but most were con 'reservation, has 04 miles of paved The God of America dwells her*;jS:!
J established, the seed trees and Keis, architect-engineers, bad struction employes unable to find roads, with 33 additional mUM And may Hit ever reign
|be cut. For this reason it !I. grown from an area of lesa than accommodation for love or being rapidly completed: 115 miles I supremely!

s ry that at least eight orsed Too acres), shaped like a thin slice money In overcrowded Starke of sewer and water mains; 134 Cloe Brown Klckllter.

trees per acre be left, as of pie to Its present semi-circular eight miles away, or In the 2,500- _... _
'lee they will .not comprise shape, 000 u pylng nearly 7,000 man craftsman's barracks built on n- v --------- & {(\tf'llJ

(tlclent volume of merchan- acres Including; half the frontage the reservation, '

timber to sustain a CO D. ot Klngsley Lake. The entire Water Everywhere: INSURANCE A N D_ BONDS ;,

Ll operation. In. all timber!: reservation, of course Including Inside the camp the troops.

kcts calling for cutting to aJin rfantry and artillery ranges and found their tents, mess halls, latrines
diameter, there should be other maneuver areas comprises and-water, thousands of
,specifying the.. .leaving of b p' .over 100,000.acre.. .. gallons Lpf It. After nearly 90 HAROLD ,C WALL AGENCY s

I trees. First actual construction operation days of unbroken clear weather, It f t;
Ire desirable than either dl- was grading for urgently had begun raining and overnightdry r

er or seed tree cutting Is se- needed roods Into camp. But even land had turned Into virtual Constant Service Over 50 Years'

e cutting. The Southern before roads could be built to swamp, despite 24-hour duty at

..ood Conservation AssoclaJ carry materials trucks to con.structlon the pumps. '
Please Phone 146
recommends this method to Bites,"buildings began togo Finally, the soldiers found Starke

landownel's. When cutting up. Concrete and lumber, themselves' actually outnumberedby

lively,higher only trees valued unsuited product forTuclng Seed Tree Cutting-Timber Liquidation. The few cents per mews of the camp at first were construction workers, still --.-- ... ..... ..

as sawlogs or poles, shouldut acre represented by the seed trees will ultimately mean many i

tor pulpwood> Each tree dollars per acre In the form of a new timber crop: Better than i

jarefully selected and conously leaving seed trees Is selective cutting.

marked by a spot of' .. -". ,............. .. "- .._--_._..- ,..,.... .... .
j paint so the sawyers will .T .' .nMing1JJull"1942 ain ?
r exactly the trees to be cut. j >: : '; >

t i In this manner, the forest ,, f' : ,
) '.... .
after .
j more rapidly cutting "" "' '
1 It did before, due to the Inked \ : ,( ,' : "
growing; space provided .' ., 'I'' .. .;. I Her It Buick's superb solution to the problems posed by making "1 BUICK BUILDSour

|he Grow trees left.Another Cropy !.. t t national defense as It should be, Industrial America's No. f 'fob FOR DEFENSE||

landowners fail to realize

easy It t Is to grow' a crop L&.to.L .
fcet. If they did, when cut- C-

I their timber, they would

e! every effort to' provide for .0....-......;'t IttlMPratt .. e
[growth. In many instances !<,. a w"..." ,
i Insist that all trees of mer- ......1.|.....4 .l..raft
liable size be cut. This Is asIghted ....,_,............-

policy and Is one .a ;

should never be used. Pulp-

p which are members of the L; : I. r.
them Pulpwood Conservation w ,
I ; ,
P JJ "
pclatlon are glad at all times -.;.
[furnish landowners at no should ry syxK c y d ka lwzv }.'
Clear Cutting-Timber Devastation. Landowners
_ge with the services of a
Inlcal forester for the purpose never clear cut their own timber and should prevent wood buyers

providing expert advice o n from doing so by specifying In a written contract at least the yrl
eating timber for pulpwood.e leaving of seed trees. a'q'' 4 as1 9'I' I

Southern Pulpwood Con-
''ilIon!! Association advises SAIJIPSON'CITY 2
20 Years' Ago tAfr
owners' to "Cut Timber Selec-
By Airs. S. Jo;. Jones _
iy and Protect It from Fires THIS WEEK 1

|>rder to Benefit Yourself andr Mrs. S. E. Jones has returned _

| Community." home from Atlanta Ga., where
Monday morning the alarm was she has been visiting her son, H
sounded for a fire in C. C. Star 6
\\U Jones.
Buys Home P.
ling's cigar factory. Our Intrepid
Mrs Louise Varnes spent the
the scene
firemen were qn
llolph' Gay has purchased from young week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Lonz
In a few minutes and quickly put
pice Edwards his 1 six-room Goodge of Starke recently. e
the blaze.
alow on Road 28 just 'out- H P. & E. D. Jones visited rel
has for a
E. E. Canova
\ the city limits of Starke to- Senator
his front gate a large atlves In Jacksonville recently. the facts. Now we're announcing those 1942 j
I Lake Butler. The deal was weight on apiece WAS no time to duck or dodge cars.
piece of rubber. It is a relic from Pete Dyal accidentally got l
ated Monday Mr. Gay steel in his and had IT didn't
of eye So
when cylindrical pieces we try.
ed, and the days
the consideration was Why waste words telling how good they
P>e neighborhood of Mr. of rubber, resembling cheese, were to go to the hospital In Jackson you

v U not ready to announce 4000. his used In lieu of springs under vllle to get It out. are! You can't put language in the gas tank
1 said these the materials
Charley McKinney has boughthe t Instead we -
f' as yet-as to whether he freight cars. and learn either how or how enjoyable 4r I
| rent, sell or make his home The city scavenger, J. A. Mor- Carl Wynn place and moved critical in the defense program, we'll do our many
e. Is circulating a petition to hU family here. the miles you'll get per gallon.
gan and her mothe. with that foremost in mind.are
have his salary raised to $100 per Mrs. Carl Wynn planning for 1942
were visiting Mrs
from Hampton
AUTO PARTS 4 Snellgrove are busy S. E3. Jones recently. There's a better answer-you drive these N
Cooper Mrs. Gilbert Brown visited he I r Not ) for an "acceptable" car-certainly
of merely
making crates for the jugs mother. Mrs Wimberly In Lake cars themselves. Come on, do that! Put your
JCSED: TIRES. REBUILT that the Heilbronn Water for "ersatz" number.
water not
any .1
[GLASS GENERATORS AUTO Co., Is shipping out In large nuro Butler Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Goodg own yardstick on their quality. I
bers. Mr. and Mrs. Osule Wynr

C.asSD.*>Y CONDITION.TRUCKS- IN John Powell Is now a staff spent and the day here Saturday. W had to have a real and representative It would be a shame, for you and for us, to .

member of the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs James Lavende r One could be proud of. One able have you miss the dreadnaught Buick we've
Used Autos Abstract Co. of Lake Butler were dinner guest Buick. we

$25 up SOCIAL MEETING of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown Sat enough, active enough, durable enough to serve built to stand up successfully to the toughest ti
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. Gee G. urday.Mrs. Mira Goodge and Mrs till annual new models are the rule again. job in years.wmjf .

PARTS A. Anderson and Mrs. W. Row-well Tomlinson visited her ..
Sortla of 'Pown Road 1S Stringfellow were hostesses to the
on Friday.
I Baptist Missionary Society Mon- Mr.. W. H. Smith was In Jacksonville We resolved on a 1942 automobile of such ,

)Ir. and Tuesday.Mrs. E. D. Jones wer merit as could carry the Buick reputation No o,h.r car ha. f ALL THIS FOB YOU"j

W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR T attending to business In Stark without fault until other new Buicks, however ,| I IN "'fOUTY-TWO
LOANSWe f'o,'
F. H. A.
propertyWe W H. Smith was visiting nl: e far off, could come along to refresh it.
want the listing on your thij rillSAU tTRAIOHT-IIOMT VAIV1-IM-MAO
have wonderful properties for sale mother In Hawthorne one day .....

See tie about your Real Estate Needs M .MO.I ..d.1.' ) OIL-CUSNIONID CRANKSHAFT

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 day afternoon. The program con PINS AND JOURNALS nUSC4-tm CONNICHNO

slated of a song by Miss Eliza lOOS UPON PAIKINO MAKI SROAOR1MWHIIU
beth Brownlee; an Instruments i BUY BUICK PULL ADjutTAin ITIIRINO POST '
Miss Iris Epperson; I "

Gulf Life Insurance Co. and reading a vocal Shrlver.by Mrs solo. L.by G.Miss Powell Marguerite : CXCMPLAN or GCNCRAL MOTORS VAIUC MIATIR (Mccwory) .

Col. C. L. Peek made a fin.e

. AGENTS address on the subject of goo .

|ROY M.[ BILL) ALVAREZP. roads at Woman's Club cneeUn
STONE W. R. ( Wednesday afternoon.L. REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY E y

ofV.. Call St,
O. Box 308 Starke. Florida H. Eastman .
that supplle
has a tiny garden
all t b. vegetables bill : E.o11eR

carload of Fords arrtTuesday ,
OFTEN TOO LATE : for J. W. Andrews. FLORIDAred.

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.,, i i'I ,\ Parking Meters Judge Denies I 1 Negro Shot Vesper Services At Y HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Fin.At', thin Stark 11110. Bradford day of October County, Florida 1841. I I "Notice.:o'rl Ufll.I." .:...OP..I ':\1'IO\

:' To Be RemovedThe Prisoners Plea ]In I Reno TheftOne Sunday evening from 6 to 6:30: 10-10 4t 10-St I I of und"rNIIfI1.J.d' lJ Jnd r.h"1 I rlOIi Iii I''t ,11\,

j .' o'clock will mark the beginning SOUR MILK AND CREAM iv "lnC-I'.T toriiT, .I.4onFORD I Act CInitp.of nui', !O", ,:a"Ih., Jf.*.,
City Council passed a Ernest K. Everett who has a negro is In a critical condition of a series of vesper services ('0 I''*'''1.'-. FLOI II>.\.-IN: CII'N <'I..rk uf Ih,, '".(*.' t
reHOlutlon Tuesday nlglit to re j' of 'rhe characteristic flavor of ('H '.... ..:IIY. I fur 1I'a"t"1" "ClU.t p.
ti t- criminal record extending back In the Alachua County Hospital which will be held on the lawn I-aurone "'. Moncit, Plaintiff, VB.Rffl flcllllouo i ,.a", "iP4tark 1'1011

quest the Dual Parking Meter ,' as far as 1926, and is serving a Gainesville, and another was the Army Y. M. C. A. The Rev. sour milk and sour cream can 1lIJo...*.., Defendant. On I I und'er' \vhMB'' **"(
Co., Oklahoma City Okla., to remove I O C. Powell of the, Meth- Monday the 10th.. -day of November. I "
the parking meters from the: O-year sentence at the State chased 18 hours by blood hounds odist Church.pastor will be the first add an unusual zest to summer- Mone. 1B4I hone t, the reiildenc defendant In unknown Effi E. I I I "'ISf N Iu..h"Wuh 'n..,.

i streets of Starke. They were put Prison at this time sought a writ as a result of a Reno theft and speaker, and It Is hoped this may time meals. I III required to appear to the bill StThkaet 'Undl! ,II ,*..,
sour Dlvorr filed ...In.t her herein. thlb, '
Into Like all milk products I n'.1'1a.
I operation March 3 on a six of habeas corpus Wednesday In a shooting Tuesday become a permanent feature, having In This order to b* published once and Ol''at ed" I, 'i j111PM;> III
month's trial with obligation to milk and sour cream are high week for four consecutive week terest- 'oU.11
and a iIHrtI
the various local
... the City. hearing before Circuit Judge A. A negro stole some clothing pastors food value. Sour milk has the In Bradford ounty Telegraph, a L. O. Cia.h.., ,

II'p Like the man who jumped Z. Adklns. Attorney E. L. Bryan from the care of a white salesman Army -Chaplains, alternate In sam food value as whole milkinan newKpnper County.publUhed in laid Bradford I I Starke At bitark, Flu .i: 'I: Wp.15
In Reno about 10 o'clock speaking.
through a plate glass window "It was council for the petitioner, | easily digestible form. Sour (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 Id..., titus 6'", Ii", 'r 'ount',.
Chorus will be 1
indulgedIn 0-10
p Tuesday morning. Being tipped singing of Clerk Circuit Court. fl 10'.11 .It'l bft'l
K seemed tQ be a good Idea at the I whlla. Woodrow Melvin was special L oft as to where the clothing was by those present which It ia cream, has all the food values Starke. Florida October 3rd., 1941
J cream. That Is it is higher 10-81
time but after the demonstration sweet 10-10 4t
: aitnlstant Attorney General. Dr. hidden-m a certain two-story hoped may Include both soldiers

.1II ., staged by 7 IS disgruntled I O. It. Kelley, prison! physician. L. jock-residence In Ren o-Fred and civilians. The Rev. I.. A. than whole milk In fat and vitamin iv cmrtrr -corRT. BRAn"'ORn ....:OTU'(*J'1I'I'1I: 0"' 1\ .' hOt

IIII' "' I citizens It was, an acknowleged L p. Chapman. warden of the prlnon, S app. night policeman, went out Shepherd Chaplain of the State A, but lower In calcium, COI'NTV. .....OfIlUAI CHAMCH Notice I. huii.-In i'riu 1 \,
: ,i fact that could be other minerals and other vita- .\V('":R". 1 Jjnt'r.lgned. *.q ih
they never a u .
nd P. D. Fancher of the' asked to conductthe .
will be
,.: auccesL captain to make the arrest about 7 P. M. Prison W 1\[. Edwardn. I I 20 si iih. *">
IIII 1 Half of them were removed guard! were the only wltnennes In I He first recovered the clothing singing. After this H, A. Carl- mins., Plaintiff. I Ivu Act of 1041 Hl "I P
IIb,, J. Immediately. For a week the all of whom testified i ton will have of the sing- Handy cooking i '. case, and then arrested the negro. Another charge. Llllle Hendry and her husband I for Brad forrt '""I, 1
Call Street looked like the "de. for substituting sour milk "titp.' F'
formula tlclltiou. '
against the prisoner's plea. negro man ran up behindMr. ing. Hoy E. Hendry I lI..n"I :! serted village." for sweet. Substitute sour milk Defendant. I I Pellte l'huh, ,
In His attorney 9.S"seeking( to Sapp and grabbed him by the NOTICE 01" COMMISSIONERS' I under which is. hop
The first month approximately have him released from the prison I arm and face, and then the one Cooperation AskedJoe ior sweet in butter cakes and all IT PALK I doing hu lnVNO at a. .nl..
9150 was taken from the quickbreads but popovers cup for Take Notice that the undersigned flu E:. Cilil .tt
; and Bent to the State Hospital for who bad been under arrest slipped romml.nlonerit. In accordance with Starke. 11r"dlo"d" .'
A j the next two months taken together the Insane at Chattahoochee. He away and took Sapp's gun. Martinez, who is laying cup. Then for every cup of really- the Decree of Partition and Sale That the saj,
1 produced only. about $70. was sent to Ralford In 1031 on In the scuffle Mr. Sapp was I sewer pipe just Inside the city sour milk, use 12 teaspoon of the rendered following In above cause situate will sell and terested Operated Parlier'I.., 'h. IoU''"" '
property Ini
After that, city officials openly a 20yearlentence from 11111*- kicked In the 'knee, and had his I limits on Road 28 toward Palatka, soda. For milk beginning to turn Bradford County, Florida.. to-wit: I I .IJ.1: b4flfll Boa 63.

'Pt"I admitted that they were not goIng borough county for robbery; when hands hurt. Both men got away. requests the cooperation of ,the sour, use 1-4 teaspoon of soda to I 8WW, of SHH4, of Seo. U. Twp. '' Ida At thin taU'kM, IIr"'d" COUll St.r\,
6 8. R. tt E., l e.s I acre aquaraIn nth d"l T ,,
to enforce the regulations. but I he serves that sentence. he has to A meaxenger' ran down and notified motoring public not only on this every cup. Soda furnishes leaven NE corner thereof also less. Sarrex ;io-iOt 4i 10-31 k .

',were simply going to let the meters begin l -year .sentence from Vol- Sheriff A. O. Andreu who Job but on all future jobs to safe- ing powder equal to four times Its I square In NW corner thereof -

stand there until the trial I usla county: on a charge of breaking i Immediately 'went .to the aid of r guard lives and property.On measure! of making powder, If also. of less SWVi, commencing of SEW"" at afcre-NI"corner : I 'l.O'ru',: H.' l'nTIOf..IIT :

iE period was over and then send I I and entering; when that sentence Mr. Sapp. The man who had I the above-mentioned job more leavening Is needed, make 1 nalil and run South 210 ft. -to a I I .Notice..: ;JI "U"rIlIUI\
point of beginning thence lip. hneh
., them back. Is, completed he must serve stolen the clothing and taken the there was a man-hole 8 feet deep up the remainder with baking Went 210 ft, thence south run 210 ., Undor, T"nt tilt t'und"r..lgn"d.

*flIy 15 years. from Marlon county for gun said be was coming back and six feet across Approaching powder ft.. thence Raot '210 ft., thence I of ActJSSiuV'T'Chapter. ot 201'3.' L.... 01"Pro
North 210 ft.: and aluo lens. UU,
armed robbery. When this 50 l later and kill the man who tipped I It from either direction were red Mix soda with tlie dry ingredients strip of laud 30 yd*, wide lylnsron a r will 't.OO"., ,p.'

years Is finished, if there is anytime : off the police. Hence, county flags 100 feet away; bariicadesacross I not the milk or cream. For, South, Bid of said o acre I Floi '
miitare' and also lexa railroad .
OFFICE left, he must go to Georgiato road patrolman MelvIn McKinney PS the hole and yet automo-. when you combine the soda with right of way and graded road I Staike Ice cu

Ic.t'I face two or three serious stationed himself on an up-stalrs bUe frequently came by so fast the milk gas begins to escape right of way, under whVh ", p.r, "* <
to the highest bidder
SUPPLIESFor charges, porch to watch., Later on during that although Mr. Martinez got Immediately. It is this gas that the South front door of fortah the.feiintyrourthouxe : at C'lierry at. at

His plan was evidently to be the night when the threatenedman 11 out and waved a red flag in the i you want to save to help leaven In Starke. P'iorida'dur.. KV&&rj&t" ""

I sent to the asylum where he couldescape. went out into the back yardto I [driver's face, he could even then the cake or the''qulckbread. And ing the legal 3, 1941.hours of dale 'A on November I :VeTS 'the.SSiH%,

He had done It once and look after his chickens, the hardly get them to slow down. It's better to use too little soda Ben How* I I :?:

t4n. could do It again. he thought. He two negroes met face to face, and I If there had been a man working ; than too much.If C.Charles A. Knight Hardy ,t.: i I i"'uU btarke V"1", lll-adlurd' Stark5< pu.,

ft.tItb.1 bad also escaped several times both of them started shooting I( in the hole;' be might have been L you substitute sour. cream Commissioners. JO-lO!ida this 4t dth ..)' 01 Attic Coo"/,
Knight & 10-31
from road gangs but back In r The threatened man was shot killed and the car wrecked. A for iweet milk. make the same Stark, Florida Knight _

1935 Mr. Chapman said they decided through the intestines, and rushed I1 little more caution In the future 1 substitutions as for sour milk, Attorney .for" Plaintiff. I I NOTirM OK 1\ : ,

never to give him another to the Alachua hospital. under such circumstances wouldbe but also cut down some on the fat 10-10 4t 10-31 I .111HII1':1&Notice 111"rinoli'J

K tl. chance to escape, so he has been Sheriff Andreu and a posse of appreciated. In the recipe. tv nncriT (O"RT, BRIHFORD I hafeffi In i 11"0 the' filo7

kept in the prison eve; since that men with bloodhounds chased the Sour cream makes something rOI'WTV, FLORII1A.-IV CIIAVCERV. : Pro,

InLLn time. guilty man all night Tuesday, but Occupy New HomeMr. special In the way of sauces, Th Federal. Land Bank .of ?Col, !i Acts Clerk of ot U4I.the l"lr Will/ SS

up until a late hour Wednesdayno and salad I umbia lffl'crtltoru"8df0nradnC< )', Plot'
Everett has been In the "flat gravies. garnishes I 'Uoi *
Your Convenience trace had been found Plaintiff.
of him.
I top" (solitary confinement) for and Mrs. H. A. Lawson dressings. Basis for many of -.v.O. .- I Ann and Hurry

P The Bradford County the past two years. He Is rfh The names search of the will be continued. The and family recently moved to, these Is whipped sour cream. Sour O. Annln Defendant. et. at.. I I doing under uhlih bUBlnemi""at mff' ,?,??

itt agitator," always trying to cause negroes were not their new hOfne on Road 13 a I cream whips best if it i is keptcold. NOTtCEOI" MASTER'S SAtE I SOI/ West 'all St

Telegraph Is Ever Increasing trouble, It was said. "Far from ascertalnable.MANUSCnilT. short distance north of town. They II Whip until It is smooth Special Take notice that the underalgned/' That., ,Bh7.SJ5-.fe.f.

'4 Its Stock of being insane however, he Is nor, had previously been making their and somewhat stiff. Serve a the final Manter.decree In In accordance above entitled with f reV.sSEfp.-l..1.' "" tilts( '

mal-for his type," Mr. Chapman COVERS -$I home with Mrs. Julia Eastman of spoonful of plain whipped sour Cause, will sell the following deHcrlbed .

ti"p.. Office Supplies. Here per T 100: -BRADFORD COVNTIELEGRAI'ii. ,' Weller St., who Is now converting cream atop a bowlful of cream of: The NU property of SKVi to-wit of SWVi: of Sec'jSt"rker.yFlaU""a"n I I tOl' C''
ItIt Are Some of The Many said.His plea of course was denied her house into apartments. pea, bean. op beet soup. Use it the 2f, Twp.S. A. 5 T..S.Railway.. H. 22 E The.. Eaut SVi. of of! st.Anna, SI..rke C., ft;.'"""", 101

by Judge Adklns as all evidencewas unwhlpped and unsweetened as a 8KH of SWV4, Heo 2t( Twp 6 8. R. uAt ? ark... BiadfordCounrt
tIt 8 Items Now Carried: against him. salad dressing. Or whip It, season 22 E., AI..o.a. II of Block I In: .ifco"1 .. 11th day (k.t.brr)
p.I Poetnvllle. In Sec. 15, Twp. 5 S., R.. 4t 10.31
with sugar, salt pepper, lemon 1 22 E. Also all that part of N-I

I.1it''- "i It Adding Machine' Paper Assessor Explains U. S. NAVY RECRUITING ,OFFICER PRESENTS for Juice cabbage, and vinegar cucumbers., as a dressing let- I TwnS 8-4 of NWVi.. R of 22 NWVt E.. lying of Sec.Rant Si t. II.UI"'I"I O'f'J'l 0."''U"rll'IOII"ll1Tlot:: ,

or of Right of Way of S A. L. Rail I
Itlb. Notice In
hrrehy" tlJ
Carbon Paper Delay In WorkIf way, In Bradford County Florida. I underelKned, und,., glttn the I
In if APPLICANT WITH NEW "BADGE OF The N% of NWVi of NWM of of Chapter 201131, Law. off pml

f Manila ,Clasp Envelopes anybody .wonders why the Bee.more 35. Twp. S 8., R. 22 E.. and 1 Acts of 1941 I, will rrgintfrn--
Church aa I Clerk of the Circuit Owl, I Ir,
work of the Tax Assessor Is be- beginning at NW corner of Sec for Bradford County Flurldi
Pay EnvelopesFile 86, Twp.5. S., R. 22 E., and
run fictitious
hind this it Is HONOR"a name of
p.p. year very easy to Services at the Church next fling East 1320 ft. to S. A.' 1..1 I I Bradford KnKlneerlnii, Co.
11 Folders Gem Clips understand after E. W. Hayes ex are as follows Railway; thence South and par under which we are .nit
: nIle
. with the Went side of the i doing buglnena
plains. "I carried the tax roll to at
Ruled"Index Cards 1 Church School 10 A. M. There S. A.. 1. Railway 380 ft.. thence i, Cherry & Jackson fti,
,! Tallahassee August 20" said Mr. Went to .section line dlvldlnaSec.. I
; i Starke, Bradford Count, Tn
. r Ink! (Pints & Quarts) Hayes Wednesday; I didn't, receive re classes for all age groups. to 14 point and 35: thence North 330 ft..5 I That the raid bimliiFM U
Morning Worship 11 o'clock. f and ,
; Also I operated hy the (ollowltereated
the.railroad southwest
assessments un commence at
I Clothes cor- parties'U
Marking Outfits til Sept 28. I took the completedroll The !sermon subject will be: Her.1':. of See 24. Twp. 5 8.. R. 22 I R. fshell.. :Stark.. Fl.nli
Ruled __ "What we expect of opr ''Churchand running East on the sec R. V.CuJen: >l&l'I. lakerilp.1
Legal, Note Pads, as far as values :are concerned what. our Church haaia rightto line lJ2.(. -ft.. thence ,' North 420 ,. J. P\(. Edward Stark,, FAt ,
flth..n.! Went. mw'rt.
back to Tallahassee Sept. Starke, Lit adrort Count.
Manuscript Covers' expect of us., .South. 420, ft. to point of beglnits Ida '
30. At that this 7th da) ut Oclobti
the ,
time/ assessor being In Sec. 26 and Si I. I 4t 1031NOTICK
Mimeograph Stencils says, "the values were' approved. Youth, Fellowship 6:30: P. M. Twp. 5 R. R 22 E.. In Bradford I _
Cnnntv .
All Florida. Together with all 1 I'
The County C o m m Ills loners 11 ,4 ,c young people are Invited to and singular the tenements, hered : OP l\rK.TI01IIKf.lHTKH
Mimeograph Paper attend. itament I"i"iirioi'" 'II M
appurtenance there
adopted October 6
a budget Mr. :
: to belonging Notice In hervliy IIlvon 'Ill
Mimeograph Ink Hayes continues but that budget Evening Worship 7:30: P. M. RuhJ''t't l ,ito Easement. frrantetf to I undemla-ned' UnIteS the p tt'
must be The Rev. Leslie Shepherd chaplain I- I q tate of''Florida for Right of Way of Chapter. 20JI51)! U. \\> 01' F
Onion Skin Paper approved by Comptroller l by The Federal Tan Rank of 'Coluiniila. .Act of 1941, will r-l,! rr"
at the
State Prison -
,' t J. M. Lee, and "I cannot extend will be Anguxr 27. mr. I ('lerk of the Circuit 'foUr '
Pencils the taxes until after the budgets the speaker at the evening ser, Subject) to Eanement granted by I for Uradford foiinty' Floli
:It The fictitious 'f
: vice. Federal Land flank of Col name
i O. K.'d". umbia to the Florida Power and I The Lunch, Hux
Pencil Sharpeners Prayer Services each Wednes lilgnt Company, under which' ,,'. u* enrI"
"Ordinarily, said Mr. Hayes "I day at 7:30: P.II.! at public outcry to the highest; bid 1 doing; busineSs. at'
Duplicate Receipt Hooks have der for cash at Walnut St,
my assessments ready by thefll'Kt the South front I
:' A cordial invitation is extendedto 'i..,r.r of the Countv Courthouse In I Starke. rirndford '.".01111"I"
,; Rubber Bands Monday In October. This all.School. !Starke' Florida. during the legal That the mild ,
year It will be November 15, or hours of Hale. on November 3. 1941. anti operated bv the folio"
Salespads Scotch Tape even December 1, unless the comp- T. Frank Landrum i terented t,. P. Jlerry.parties.Ir Stark. FL.

\ Stapling Machines tt oiler approves the budget at: COMMANDER F. K. O'BRIEN, of the U. S. Navy Recruiting Holiday Starke i Knight, &Florida.Knight Special Master I Starke.B. Alexander.. Bradford Siark count.., 1 fAt

once. But the delay waa in Tallahassee is shown I Ida thin 11th day if (otiibtt.
Service here
the Attorney
placing Plaintiff.
new Navy "Badge of Honor"on The Board of Public Instruction I
r Rubber StampsStenographer and not here. The railroad 10-10 4t 10-31 10-10 4t 10-31
assessments has held me the lapel of an applicant for enlistment in the Navy. (Badge Monday unanimously declared -
' '\\ ,I Note Pads Below Mr. Hayes gives the com: shown above at right.) All ambitious young men who apply Friday, October 17, a CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I
. .
, Typewriter :RIbbons parative values of Ift40 and 1941,I !forservice Uncle Sam's"Two-ocean"Navy;whether acceptedor school colored holiday for both white and I I'' ,
schools IA order that
f. Shipping-Tags caused tremendous by the fact difference-that, according being not, are given this new badge as a mark of their patriotism. teachers might attend their district RENT-Clean 4-room house FOR SALE-Good mule. Jl

Metal Rim Tags to the new tax law assessments To learn of the many opportunities the Navy and the Naval meeting to be held In Gainesville furnished a c r ee n ed, electric for selling my bu..bandbeen :II

i must now be based o n actual Reserve offer, local men of 17 years and over can get the official on that date. Attendance at lights, running: water. Also :
ii O. K. Paper Fasteners values: illustrated free booklet "Life the meetings la optional with the room apartment. Reasonable. Mrs. W. D. Fa'tonIOIJ
in. the
t Navy from this
i Asco newspaper's teachers. Inquire at Earleton pootofflce. Box 2 O-A. Staike.
Paper Fasteners Non-exempt real estate-.1940, Navy Editor. 9-26
Card File Indexes $454.000: ;' IOU, $1.362.750. handily wttl)
Building Permits Farm
. Homestead exemption real estate FURNISHED: COTTAGES on WANTED- *
Card Index Trays 600.-1940, $280,930; 1911. $911- J. D. Mathews October 6. con- Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles east of house of brick 3 or chimney.4 to CIJ

Everhondy Paper Clips crete block residence either on lot Waldo. Electric lights, running able place to live. Sd 4

Personal tax-1940, $161,743; 3 or 4 In block 8 in the Temples water. Inquire L e w I. Route J. 0 4I
Clip Board Ar h Hoards 19II. 686770. Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla. Kelly at once.
HAVy addition, 24 x 27. I1.S50 being 4 1-2 miles west of """*

; Expanding Paper Files Railroads-1940. $185,937; 1941 erected for Dr. M. B. Herlong. .tt Lake Butler road.

Metat Files 608239.,, W. E. Grono and Mrs. L. H. FOR RENT-Completely furnished

Total-1940, 1082.640; 1941 INTELL\GltlCE Eastman Sept. 24. $523 for theremodeling lake P
home large enough for 2 medlumized
$3.569.359.: 1
India Ink Wire Trays 7 of a frame residence families. Hot & cold water 2 1-2 years old. Wltl!
In lots -0 and 11 of block 18. dog. Not
Livt lights
Marvel Punches quarters. 4-car liver. Scar on shank.
Florida Now Cool Ingston.'
Truby and Co.'s addition garage. Apply Sparkman's Starke FIL0
Scratch Pad Holders to Starke. B. Mundy,
Although Installation ot air-- /. it ,.e..I1". to b* a high $us a month br th. ... of your Grocery, Waldo.. 10-10 3tp

Ink Eraser Stick Files conditioning mechanism In the school gradual tit order to ..afirul term of enllatment. and remember -

Ring Binders new Florida Theatre was not com- use tit tilt ffwyfNo that your clothing;, lodg: Coach At RotaryPaul FOR RENT 5-room furnished I hog. trhUf
t in time ing, medical and dental house all modern, on Klngaley LOST-1 male :
for the enlistees care are 1
opening Navy
need .
not be V. Parks Weighed
B. H. S. football Lake.
$60 ts.
; II supplied tr.*. per month. Apply few sp
days, Saturday. and Sunday, high school iraduatre. All applicants coach Maiked1"UIIdt
and David '
Shuford. Jordan's Hotel Court Road 48. ago
will b. .mqntM
George Mitnassa given
manager, an- an examina eAfttr C C Tornado each ell
: tion containing captain Ion The 1941 season under slop1\
approximately 100 Itp
RemingtonPortable nounces that it Is In fuU
operation 1 have tervtd
: and qneatlona. A trade of :St I per cent m1te.m ofenlistment were guests of the Rotary Starling Staike.
Florida now !better what benefits dt I Club at Its
or on this examination Isanciently regular Wednesday FOR RENT-Two
p.V presents an Inviting cool spot durIng Pt for re-tnlittmtntt 2-room cottages rIDI
hit? to paa the Nary luncheon. Short talks
were made Gold'eddln'
i the recent complete with tile floors LOST
warm ,
weather. educational rt4
standard However. by both .
Depending; o* Tate and In which they expressed eng&lCcm..nl
i il TYPEWRITERS a hlch school ..du..UonIII b your Hollywood beds hot and cold diamond itt.w.ord.
l length of aervlce. you can get a appreciation for present and future showers. Call St Oct.
valuable to the -Mrs. J. T. Wilson nlty of
seaman during his ... J//(
to(300 plus 30 S.
up days of
Nary enllatment. support the team. next to Sinclair Station. Waldo Lt. Jltm4i
TRY RUMFORD TODAY- ears with pay. 3LDlandlng.
j | S S Fla. Up :106 Med Reg.

\ PT'S THE QUALITY WAY /// tnlitt tit th* Jfavy or NavIII. C .e e CARD OF THANKS .

) ) Rfttrve uill I be tent to a What data th* term "cull can" We wish to express our deep FOR RENT-3-room garage

lbit A'ovy Trad Schoolt tneait IK tile Navy and sincere appreciation to the apartment: electricity; sleeps 4. 1'OIJND-MoutbPlece and

'. aj -' All new recro.lt. are .nt to one of A. *..h can" I I. a slang term applied many who showed us kindnesses lira. Lr.. Clark, 1 1-2 miles I combination for telev'

four Naral Training Station and to th. depth charge uaed tocombat during the recent Illness. death out on East Call street. tf Owner may ba"

after a training period they may anbmarlne.* lb. .....c. and funeral of our loved one Mrs. erator. Bradford Cou tfgraph

take examination for entrance "a.h can" I* a container filled Mary J. Haynes., Every kind I FOR RENT Furnished I plying at fOf J II
Into Navy Trade School. and palfltSTOP
I, :: recrlt who paaa their ...ml.Thoa. with T.N.T.approximately 311 pounds of ;thought word or act wa greatly no Improvements; 6 rooms. -
IIU .. and cau be dropped over appreciatejThe Mrs. L. M. .'
with anfflclently high grade board from family. Clark. 1 1-2 miles
$S Down __ .r* seat to Nary Trade School a. to a explode ship. *nd, at*o depth controlled OTICt5!: OF ITETI04" out on E. Call St.. Starke. U You men 0YCI'clinging to jO u
before fearfully ,
.c..1 to th. 8.... ranging from 31 RRCHVTSIH rlCTITIOLS
A4A. / ta M The. NAME efl40
It I $5' Per ,Month Whil. attending. the. ''school, .r* generally carried by the fact Notice I In hereby given that the FOR RENT-Large bed room-liv- that barely maktt 100.Jf

I II pay Ih.III and free rcelv* regular. Navy .hlp. la th* fleet a. a boat dropping of undralgne Chapter tt,10961 under: Lowe the ot provision Florida Ingroom. use of kitchen If de Here Is what you are i- ?
schooling .I..d.t a charge regulated to Act of 141 will sired.. for a leave
BRADFORDCOUNTY 1130. explode reelater with the Private ,entrance large Your chance
at Ti feet depth mast Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
mov money
I. I 'I e e way from the for Bradford County, Florida, the porch.-Mrs. A. Wood. K. Call some ett
eiploelo busl
*SIpho.phob.sra What it tile area a fictitious name of St. (third house beyond of an. build a paY'
p4 new
ffrtatttt pottibl M knot or ..- Th*. Bradford County Telegraph, 65 If 'lot
TELEGRAPH fail I can txptet ta tarn during ash ca." are either rolled off under which w* are engaged and bridge). ltp support you at D'''! II

p c. Send tot NEW booklet con m.fint ttrm of tntittmtntf the item or shot from ",.-..na" doIng IH. bualneeoat disabled. All you cllanr
Phone 29 taining d possible to County. Florida. 11p.Aft.
your baklnc. Addrea: Numford earn as mnck : )L
ir L _Brow b1Ing ,-Jwdr, Son V. Rumtort R.I. ltaaeoaly. That the said basIn.. I I. owned farm with 12-room boWIe All better. Write P- ''"'
,i tereeted operated parties by:: the foilowlna' In- modern conveniences. A. A. WATKINS oMi'

K. I... Matthews, Box 411. Starke, Annie Lawtey. tf phJs, Tennesseei -

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10 1941



Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

"SIAKKK FLORIDA t'lun.o'roluu: 10. 1041
OUR lie stated "We've got to send our -
(WITH FARMERS toys over there Of course, we'll 1942 Allotments Poultry ImportantIn

w'n' It. There Is so much 'poppy- 'NAVY TRADE 1 For Tobacco
cock' In the papers you can hardly TRAINING GAVE ME MY START' Peanuts Defense Plan

M. Cnann lives on 12 acres are mighty dull this year," he tell who is winning One wits Being Made UpI
: a
iule quarter east of said. Everyone connected with the
and a
little and then the other a little.It SAYS PRESIDENT SPERRY CORPORATION
rke. He has been living: there Aitked about the war, Mr. Dyal takes money to run a war. It's I Acting upon distinctions from "Food For Defense Program" from
t'tbree years, though he Is do- said: "1 don't know anything already about to bankrupt this |ithe State Coil; Conservation! o'flce I the Mecretaiy of Agriculture( : on

very little farming. He hast about that. It Is hard to tell country My brother And I were M Gainesville, the 1012! allotments. down la emphasising: the Import
four acres of chufas planted :' who will win: I hope the United In the Spanleh-American war Ira .op tobacco and !potnto me bring; ance of more poultry and egg pro-

tea been with the State Road States will. i i 70 years chi. ., and I know something made up In the office of County duction for National D !fenne.

artmcnt since last December, "The United States is not SUP. about war. There ought not .\gent L, T Djer. i' Not only the commercial: pout I
l is helping to build defense POSED to be In It yet. What to be any more Germany after The County AAA Committee trymen' Khould Increase the number
[ No. 261, He has to hire all about that?" of hens on the yard next ,
j was asked him. thli war i The only way to atop met with Au Dyer recently and year j
[ work done on the farm and "N'o," he replied "but we ate go- Germany" he concluded "is to l-iopim-d the !listing sheet for to- hut'veiy one living on a farm
l< help hard to secure. t!ing to get in it" to over there and tear that na- 4 : d lacco allotment Only one-half or Mho has a back yard available

Ijlr. Gnann Is employed as t on to pieces" I j ). one percent of the 1040 allotment i-hmild raise a few good hens to
and "The C. C. 1 for fill the family need with a few
;hl.Watchman says Farley and Raymond the county, or 1.3 acres
I cuts are about to catch _me. Pl'evattork together on Mr. II E, Johns lives cut) a 24-acre wan all the Increase In acreage chickens and eggs! to sell

v came up Wednesday night Prcvatt'a farm; they cultivate 35 tract of land on Road 13 out toward l'l>r the county Thin makes 1\ Uncle Sum 1 I" calling on eveiy-. (
Inn 30 feet of me. and the acres out of an 80-acre tract Just Gainesville, It Is just be- of 2008 acres for the 193K : one to first pioduce, as, far as poll. r '
got after them and chased I across Alligator Creek. Mr. Far joii'I the railroad In the south I :owns of (he county ''lit bit', a living at home and then I lI

i away. Oodles of foxes come ley has been here 17 years, coming edge:! of Starke and extends on The Increased acreage could be Home for other Those who do II \
[often rear to where I am," he here from Georgetown S. C. both rides of the highway It I glvrn only to growers who have this will not feel the pinch of high i

i For many years he worked as fcelo.igs to the five heirs of Ervin grown tobacco every year timing priced. as much ua those who depend t

-ked what he thought of the foreman for a road contractor Johns' estate. It has three acres ,h" past five yeses' and the small upon buying everything.The .

sent war situation, he re- "I helped build Roaj 28 from of bearing pecans, nine acres of incrsaae was distributed to those Kxtenalon: Service through
nded, 1m afiald to say. I'm here to Lake Butler; built roads good fenced farming land and the whom the committee: connldorod the county agent la offering ad- ;(
i..y about It myself. I hope all around Penney Farms to the balance IH In pasture It has a 9- needed l It most vice and assistance where needed '
don't ever have it over here. II1 County line; and built the one room two-story house on It and Is Last year the tobacco growers to help the poultrymen to make a i ; !i
know enough to say whether from Orange Park to Green Cove up tor sale at this time Mr. voted a three-yeiir control pni- success of their poultry business
U get In it or not. I think Springs. I have been farming 10 Johns stated last Saturday Kam on tobacco. That means' Mr. Dyer nan valuable literature ; I Iraking
haps our navy and air force year '! He now has a 3-acre truck farmon THOMAS A. MORGAN (pictured In Insert) president of ihut there will be a marketing that will be helpful to anyone In III

I get In, but I don't thing our ,"I first went to raising straw the property; the land will I the Sperry Corporation, world's largest manufacturers of penalty of 10 cent per pound anJill is free for chicken: the and egg/ Excellent, which
mtry will" Continuing, Mr. berries. I am now raising corn, raise most anything, he said It : acreage grown over the allotted aaklng.
aeronautical and marine instruments received his '
early record books will be ,
Jail said: "Germany has never peas, ,beans turnips cabbage-all has a clay foundation. He raises I acreage during 1941, '42, and furnished for ;i
I any war on her own territory vegetables. I am not going to beans cabbage and the like, but technical training in the U. S. Nav>", in which he enlisted asa : '43. I i keeping records on the flock. (

ought to give her a taste of raise any strawberries this year," | not strawberries "I have It all young man. "This has proved of great value to me in later \\e ate" told l Hint There IN a
t," he said. I I plowed now," said Mr. Johns years," said ex-sailor Morgan. Pictured above are new Navy tout ampins of tobacco In thin Y To Take Listings
Continuing; : Mr Failey said "I "but I can't get anybody to helpme oinny und that the Government
recruits electrical training at of the The YMCA la
receiving Army
I one modernly beginning
think I'll go back to South Caio- do the work. I Juut can't get ,'IMMe.01'\ loaned, funds for the
In'In Dyal of Graham raises to receive requenta for Information .
ina; quit farming and go to any help, that's all They're all equipped Navy Trade Schools. The Navy offers training to ll','h.."" sad Muinge of pio.l-

-n, plndera beans and strawres" horse-1lading. There's nothing to on thin relief, and that pays more young men in nearly 50 different trades and vocations. .'111 ely one-third the! crop In \1010 ,concerning and houses rooms from, fumlllen apartments -
on 20 acres of a 40-acre I to made down here. I can go up than a farmer can afford to pay. .;d attain In 1941 In order tr> holdp of
a, 'I( raised an acre of straw- there and work one day a week I You have to pay a fellow $2.50:; or the pike to the glowers.The men who will noon be returnIng
I there lit all. If we II Just furnish io Camp Jllllo",11I1Ifrom\ maneuvers
.lieD this year, he said Satur- and pick _up $50: to $75. Down $3.00 a day, and then you cant them with ammunition and Taxi Stand Moved growers need not expect As an accommodation
afternoon "and made a little I I here a fellow can't pick up more get him to work. I want to make I warmaterials IV Increase In I uciruffe alloimeuli*
we won t have to to I people of Starke, the management -
icy off of them. I will have than $10 or $15: per day. Everybody some vegetables for the winter," I I I believe England will eventually go. The Slurke Ta'::1 lab Company ;moss more tobacco UI Capon led, of the Y at.iten that
y a half acre this year. Iit down here is a trader. Mr. Johns continued, "and I can't i which Lt. R. O. Kldd:: recently and world markets' open up. ronnie,
In apartment, be
put an army Italy and close may
get the plants-I can't find Everybody knows as much about get anybody to come out a n dwork. The allotment on Irish poia-
them out. I don't believe the to Julian Canuva, Allen tinted there for convenience of
anywhere, he said. The' the market i as do. Eve I'll go halves with them not are bring mail up and the
you r
y .uuntaua' will ever ha,.. to "0 ioU Canova and Frank\ Stroxler,, of illUMe looking for place to utay.
i'her has been so dry they justuldn't I farmer has a bull yearling to sell. I'll give them half of what they I Europe. I believe before Gainesville, moved its location 18IItNeek County Commllleo met with Mr.
make. I don't know. any- here were 1,000 head of cattleat make if I can just get them to you Dyer Friday to finish! with the i $
know It
Russia will take half
ng about the prices. They'llyou the Gainesville auction I last come out there and work it for the according to V. B. Kldd, leapportlonlnK of) the county nl- peanuts and this does not affect
the price will be :Monday, and 1,600 or 1,700 head me." armies they have In Asia and nun ger, It recently moved from lotment for 1042. Mr Dyer has. ninny growers here, These allotment .
smash the German
better'l The Japanese will be
made In the near
I don't know what of hogs. Some as fine I ltd home In the Alvarez sent. out quPHtlonalrcn to every potato up
as ever Referring to World War II, Mr are sorry they 'ever signedthe original future, and thom" wishing peanut
In determine
order to
saw in my life. Johns said: Service station to lf\e' Oil flower
I treaty with the Axis. powers \ MaRie allotment ahould we Mr. Dyer a*
(r. Dyal does some truck farm- Turning to the European "If the Russians will I how many acres each wishes to .
war, just hold and for that rellsolRu..ta\ can ,
[(Company's elation Now It Is early ai ponnlble
"I plant an acre of beansry Mr. said he had plant In 11)42 which\ will bn linedan
Farley i two sons the Germans back like they are take her soldiers awp.y the
frojxv ,
year, __a :few;'peas -and one Irr;.Camp Jackson) now.',"Only one doing. I don.'t.believe if will ev.r'i iJ'ap..neA' tt m""a" n
in; and another. But the prices thing is going to settle this war," be necessary for us to go overAll against Hitler;' t. the 'Orange Lines bus .nation! *. Public Stenographer
across from the Courthouse on There will tie no commercial I i

'It U :-" < ri>1' 'f." .<;:" "\oj .......... "y.. r '.. .I ,' :. )6 'I i TIMBER CROPSI I Temple Avcnu.. The taxi stand vegetable allotment In 1042 owIng AIlsw Carol WhiteIn
', ,> 'I' of the to the need for more foul l
',,' >.'t "",' v < : .., j ; l. ,;, will be In the North space
,'. '1>< 'r' 'f.Ii' mlldlng! while In the South apace crops In the defense progrnm. W. T. Clute's Office
: I "OH SILK will be located a Sinclair service The only other crop 8'I lItnll'n'In I MS:) RuHtfall; St.No. ,

theM People :ofFlorida and Southern Only a few years ago there was I '"ttnn.I thin county l I. on rnmnrvrM, :iI

: I no sale for small worked-out turpentine I -
I ,
? I c:., ; "fl'Ca4n '
and llmhy old field pines r l .11

Georgia! .Are Cordially Invited to Attend I Today the market fore pulpwood I

I has changed nil that There ls {j

r I an actual value In many classes" I
: .' 5
?f hitherto worthless-wood In <
/ 4: addition to the two' classes already -
/ : mentioned, pulp mills will I

.. i.( .:\ : : ''';i; buy sawmill some operations lop material; also,left thin.by I I j lJ6u A'hsure' 1l1is One ?

j r ,: flings; undesirable species cut out I
/ :. of your turpentine woods; some 1
I. ., kind of diseased and crooked
: trees and storm damaged timh..r.
a This fact bas produced In the $
: 1.. .. ; ': :.. minds of many woodland owner !I
:, .M
'" '' two errors( In reasoning which j I .
r '1>!' :;J) should he speedily corrected. One I

J t- ', IB the error of thinking that .since
;' the waste material which the pulp
;:: mills buy had no value before, fI
:'/'. ,
..l ; anything/ it brings now Is pure
velvet and should be received! 11I"L4.
(i /. The naval industry
Ilet ,gratefully stores -
.r' t,1 once threw away the rosin

," produced as a by-product' In the
";: '1;;{; manufacture of turpentine. Todaythe i
sale of rosin furnishes the

: major portion of the Income from
naval stores activity. The fact
66 l\lJPtb that It once had no value has long a

: since ceased to count In the mind ,
of the Industry So should It be

with pulpwood. It Is of no slg.
You wouldn't recoRniae it now .
nlflcance that pulpwood materialonce
had no market. It has a but its a fact Just a century or ..0aKo

market now and It I* worth, as Florida's Indians, theTlmt qu /, f
In every other article of sale, as.
A Iii ; much as the competitive buyers forded their sea-golne reluctant

7 : ANNIVERSARY can: be persuaded to pay. = cows across the St. John River atI

The second error 1* made by the Z'a
woodland owner who receives a I the foot of Liberty Street in ,Jac1uon.I wus..evine.

fair price for hU. pulpwood. So It became such a travelled
elated Is he over the good pricehe I the '
center that the English applied
/ I li paid for material which once I
IL ,* SALE *- had r.o value that he puts. Into the name Cow Ford to the settlement. ; "

sale much timber that would
bring a higher price If sold for
some other purpose. A farmer
; who ban two runty pigs worth $2
Monday Oct. 13th each: and six\ nice one worth 15 j
each will lose $2 If be sells the ITA FACT! J

% eight fur $1 around even thoughhe
Is getting, twice the value of
Just as famous a Florida fact it ; ,
the two runts. So a woodland yA
owner who received Sl. O a unit the popularity of smooth, mellow

See 'C ]len's Special I Anniversary Sale ;1,< for his pulpwood and Include In r' JAX Deer, the famous Drink of 1 '
the sale timber which should have
I! bottle of
Friendship. Try a JAX
been reserved for naval stores or ,
Edition in Sunday's Times-Union ; ,: sold for poles or saw timber will yourself you'll like the zip, the !

fail to lieU to the bent advantage. I the downright refreshing Ott i
( n
; ,: ,
taste of this good, dry beer Iii 1
,Entire Store ,
For Your: Convenience wlb( to express our appreciation a JAX BREWING COMPANY ;

Open>)l Monday Night Until 9:00 O'Clock. ;'<, expretsiona for the of many sympathy kindnesses shown and to I' Jiektoiville, Florida tlt

ua during our recent bereavement. II tQCT t-
-Mr and Mrs. J. C. Jones and

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Parking Meters Judge Denies ]Negro ShotIn Vesper Services At Y HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD At Starke, Bradford. County, Florida I ItIfI:f1'ru.: (W I
I thin Uth day of October, 1841. 1'>oth'. F 1( y.p\"r ,

? To Be RemovedThe Prisoners Plea I Reno TheftOne Sunday evening from 6 to 6:30: 10-10 4t 10-81 I I uI f ndou.slgued.;.. htro"'""d-I tv] .. It_
i icts
: o'clock will mark the beginning I SOUR MILK AND CREAM |.\ rifiri IT (01111'. HltADKOHtt'I oA Chn1u. nt! Ii'.!" ":0" "...Iht. ,,,.

City Council paused a Ernest. II. Everett who hai a negro Is in a critical condition -. of a series of vesper services COIVI'V. FL0itll.tlN: CHA\-: 'el..rk ot ::1. "II, IrKI'lt(.0','_p

resolution Tuesday night to re criminal record extending back in the Alachua County Hospital I which will be held on the lawn of The characteristic flavor of fitMKIIV.Laurence W:., Mo...... Plaintiff, v*. I tor flcUtlou lil'lIdI., .,,' ," '':';u',I '0"

quest the Dual Parking: Meter I the C A. The Rev. and cream can Effle! P K. Mo....... Defendant. On I t4tark '1111.1" 'I 1'1"4un
as fur as 1926. and Is serving a' Gainesville, and another was! Army Y M. Hour milk sour ,. : : \ ;t,I U ,..
Co.. Oklahoma City. Oklu., to remove 1 I Methodist Monday, the 10th. day of November i, 1
O of "
the parking meters from the 50-year sentence at the State chased 18 hours by blood hounds C. Powell. pastor the. add an unusual zest to summer- t 1941 the defendant. Effle 13.Matte. doing l.uu.i"I< "'. ."1....
Church, will be the first *. whose residence I* unknown, I 221ta X WlIhllil"
iI! d. streets of Starke. They were puL Prison at this time, sought a writ, as a result of a Reno theft and speaker, and It Is hoped this may time meals. I la required to appear to the bill S rke.. IIrllltr''d. ,;:<1 .
tour for invoice filed against her herein.This That ,Ih, "U"ILI''
Like all milk products '
Into operation March 3 six 'UIO'' I, ]..
on a of habeas Wednesday in ahearing shooting Tuesday. having .nd '
corpus i I become a permanent feature, In order to be published once 01".1'11''... i I" ,,1'i': '' ''
month's trial milk and sour cream are high ]
with lerut",1
obligation to for four consecutive .
and a week week Iartu,. .
before Circuit Judge A. A negro stole some clothing] the varfous local pastors :
i L
has the Bradford 0 ("
the City. food value. Sour milk I In ounty Telegraph, a %rtl' .
Z. Adklns. Attorney E. L. Bryanwas from the care of a white salesman Army -Chaplains alternate in whole milk-in newspaper published In said Bradford I I S tarke: Fit i I S \\.Ir\
Like the man who Jumped same food value as County.OFFICIAL. A' Sla..k,.
in Reno about 10 o'clock speaking.
through a plate glass window, "It council for the petitioner, an easily digestible form. Sour ( SEATA.. 3. Thomas I da. tht. 6th Iklldl"rd''Ia"I, .I'...n""
Chorus will be Indulgedin 1 0-10
Tuesday morning. Being tipped singing of Clerk Circuit Court. H 10- II t"bi,
seemed to be a good Idea at the while Woodrow Melvin was tlpeclaJaHBIftant I cream has all the food values '
off as to where the clothing was : by those- present, which It is Starke, Florida, October 8rd., 1941 !
time" but after the demonstration Dr. sweet cream. That Is, it Is higherthan 10-10 4t 10-31 I ----.
: Attorney hidden-In a certain two-story hoped may Include both soldiers

staged by 75: disgruntled O. L.. Kelley prison physician, L. jo ok-residence In Reno--Fred and civilians. The Rev. L. A. whole milk In fat In and calcium vitamin -,,, I re 'rllU't'IT -('OrRT. BRADFORD I Ii"i't.i:0'1'1'(';'u.'. ;I\'r:! <

citizens, It was, on acknowleged F. Chapman. warden of the prison,, S app. night policeman went out Shepherd, Chaplain of the State A, but lower COI'NTV. FI.OIIIUA. tIIA:>. Notice i.. herVbl"Ul:.

'; fact that they could never be a.ucce8S. and P. D. Fancher, captain of the' to make the arrest about 7 P. M. Prison will be asked to conduct other minerals -and other vita ('stAre M. Edw..rd"fKRY.WV I or fldrrfligflrd Chanter' 209 uwer K"'' to*>

Half of them were removed -, guard were the only wltnexxes Inthe I He first recovered the clothing, the singing. Alter this H. A. Carlton -' mins. Plaintiff II I I Acts. of I) iJ, I Uw" 0 l r
'" 1t4 Immediately. For a week all of testified I Handy cook .g: (now.ledge'is tht -va. Partition Can No. 1010 Clerk of "e1ft11'( :'!': ,
case, whom and then arrested the negro. Another will have charge of the sing Llllte Hendrv and her husband for JtradfurI '
Call Street looked like the "de-' formula for substituting sour milkfor flclltlou" j'-f'Wu
against the prisoner's", plea. negro man ran up behind ing. : Hay E. Hwndry. I
serted village." -. sweet. Substitute sour milk Defendant I I I 1'.111.. fiK"' "
His attorney was seeking to Mr. Sapp and grabbed him by the NOTICE" OK .( I Under ?..
The first month approximately, have him released'trom the prison I arm and face and then the one Cooperation AskedJoe lor sweet in butter cakes and allquickbreads ii 'OMMISSIONERS'I: I doln&. iu<1'ne' .. at' '"','
$1CO was taken from the meters but popovers cup for Take Notice that the underpinned llu ]. Call :si 1
; had been
and sent to the State Hospital for who under arrest slipped Commissioners, In accordance with tarke., ,
:: the next two months taken together the Ineane at Chattahoochee. He' away and' took Sapp's gun. Martinez, who Is laying cup. Then for every cup of really the Decree. of Partition and Balerender..d Th..t. .MTiXv*.; Pia

produced only about $70. was sent to Ralford in 1031 on) In the scuffle Mr. Sapp was sewer pipe just Inside the city sour milk, use 12 teaspoon of the following In above property.rfcune,situate. will cell. f erested nd opernt.d! 1)drtle.!, I I,\ ''h.
2 After that: city officials openly a 20-year sentence from }IIIIFI- kicked in the 'knee, and had his limits on Road 28 toward Palatka,' Bodu. For milk beginning to turn Bradford County Florida to-wit In: I I I, Ji.! J: Uaniii) I.i itt e-.
admitted that) not of the use 1-4 of soda to SVVVi of 8RV4 of Sec. 20. Twp. I I At Maikt' Hradl' Stark
they were go- borough county for robbery; when 11 hands huit. Both men got away., requests the cooperation sour teaspoon 6 R.' Tl. 22 B., less, 1 i Ida' this >rd I-1"1"
Ing to enforce the iegulat1one.bui( he serves that sentence he has to| A messenger1 ran down and notified motoring public not only on this I every cup. Soda furnishes, ? leaven't' In NK corner thereof acre also aquare len. 5 1 10-10, 41 liV") '" lJtt:,, rI

* ;Vtb'u .A'ere .simply going to let the meters begin 15-year: sentence from Volusla ) Sheriff A. O. Andreu who' job but on all future jobs, to safeguard ing powder equal to four ittr acres. square In NW corner thereof .

stand there until the trial I county on a charge of breaking I Immediately 'went ,to the aid of lives and property. measure of making powder. r corner, also of leBH 8WVi commencing of 8EV4: at afcre-N'15 I I '\1)11; ( I: f"

period was over and then send I and entering; when that sentence M r. Sapp. -The man who bad L On the above-mentioned job, more leavening is needed. makeup saId and run South 210 ft. to a I In Notice:...!!'!'.:.. ii i: i
point nf beginningthence I is
them back. completed he must serve stolen the clothing and taken the, there was a man-hole 8 feet deepand t the remainder with I bakingpowder. : Went 210 ft.. thence South run 210 Undersigned.. ; t

15 years from Marlon county for gun said he was coming back six feet across. Approaching ft.. thence Hant '210 f'., thence of Act Chapter 20'iji] u.*' 0'}'","
North 210 ft.: and also less of imi 7,,, f
armed When this 50 later and kill the man who I It from Mix soda with the dry Ingiedl- a Clerk .\ rrttpr" _
robbery. tipped Ir either direction were red I trip of laud SO yd*. wide, lylna...; of the ". ull '
years Is finished if there la. anytime :loft the police. Hence, county flags 100 feef away; barricades t ents. not the milk or cream. For,, on South aldO of said 5 acre for Hi-adfotd" i"flctltloua 'UIlIY.Co.Ylorji'
and alao .
miiiare railroad] nmiit
OFFICE left, he must go to Georgiato road patrolman Melvin McKinney across the hole and yet automobiles" when you combine the soda with rl:<)it of way and graded road I btaike, Ice "fu."t

.' face two or three seriouscharges. stationed himself on an up-stulrs frequently came by so fast L the milk, gas begins to escape right of way. .- under wh'h) 'h Sr,' .
doing ..,
1 to the highest bidder bu.ln .
'1 SUPPLIES porch to watch.. Later on that Mr. Martinez It Is this that for"ta..h; at lit
during although got I immediately. gas the South front door of the. ,Ceiinty: Cherry 't.
His plan was evidently to be the night when the threatenedman I out and waved a red flag In the you want to save to help leaven: courthouse In Starke. Florida-- dur Starke Bradford. .
ing- the legal hour. of That ,h" .. fiViSenr1.e7rltaeb.
sent to the asylum where he couldescape. went out Into the back yard I driver's face, he could even then the cake or the I qulckbread. AndIt'8 vember. 3, 1041. sale .on i No. ? .a ill>' Ih. ;

He had done It once and to look after his chickens. the hardly get them to slow down. better to use too little soda Ben Row* f. to.? | .:; 'loU..J'

could do It again he thought. He two negroes met face to face and I If there had been a man working than too much. C.Charles A. Knight Hardy tr.: I At Stark I. "all..,' ,'KW&OTICB FI&..

had also escaped several times both of them started shooting I I! In the hole; he might have been If you substitute sour cream Commissioners i Ida. thiN tit h day or llobtr

: from road gangs but back In The threatened man was shot't'j killed and the. car wrecked. A for tweet milk. make the same Stark.Knlarht, &Florida.Knight O-to 4t 10-31_ '

1935 Mr. Chapman said they decided through the Intestines and rushed I little more caution In the future substitutions aa for sour milkt: Attorney .for. Plaintiff. I I I Of l> :
f never to give him another to the Alachua hospital. under such circumstances wouldbe I but also cut down some on 10.10 U 10-31 t HKUISTKB .'Il TI'rlOll l

; chance to escape, so he has been Sheriff Andreu and a posse ofmen r appreciated. In the recipe. iv: rinrriT -{'05551'. BRADFORD I undemlgneiT.Notice. !is hereby under (the!t" K,

kept In the prison ever, since that with bloodhounds chased the Sour cream makes something ('fH'VTV./ FLORIDA.% CHAMCKRV. : of Chapter 201153 La,,. of pn Pi
guilty man all night Tuesday, but I I Act of 1S41. Will in,1r[ ,,;
time. untU Occupy New Home special in the way of sauces I. The Federal' Land Bank of Col Clerk of the Cli'cult] Court
Everett has been In the "flat up a late hour Wednesdayno gravies, garnishes. and salad umbia. :: for Bradford. County rig/u/ ,
v,, fictitious ,
For Your Convenience trace had been found : PlalnUtf..v. name of
top" (solitary confinement) for Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson dressings.. Basis for many of f| .- I'I Ann and Harry,

The Bradford County the past two years. He Is ifn The names search! of the will be continued. The and family recently moved to these Is whipped sour cream. Sour O. O. Annl Defendants.., et. al., I I doing under whan bu..lnem.tte at air", tufa.,

agitator" always trying to cause negroes were not I their new hOme on Road 13. i a cream whips beat If It is keptcold. NOTICE" OFIASTER'S'! SALR I I I: 801 Went Call St,
S,3 Telegraph Is Ever In trouble, It was said. "Far from short distance north of town. They Whip until it is smoothand ) Take notice that the undersigned. I Starke That Bradford >: : 4' Special Master, In accordance the said bimiii,,,..
creasing Its Stock of being Insane, however he Is normal MANUSCRIPT; had previously been making their somewhat stiff. Serve a the final decree In above entitled and operated liv the (ullowii i u

-for his type" Mr Chapman COVERS$1 I home with Mrs. Julia Eastman of spoonful of plain whipped sour cause, will sell the following; described -,, teretted partluii
Office Supplies. Here per 100- BK.IUFOIID COUNTY Weller St. who is property, to-wit: I I Udily" ixuulnmiin, 10] tv.c
said now converting bowlful of of
TELKGRAPII. cream atop a cream The NUj of SEV. of SW(4( of See i Starke, Fin
b Are Some of The His plea, of course, was denied her house Into apartments. pea bean. OP beet soup. Use I It 26, Twp. 6 S., R 22 R. East of Anna C. Knufmann )301 V
St. ,
Many th" 8 A. T,. Railway. The \ of Starke, Kl.i,
1 0I.. by Judge Adklns as all evidence unwhlpped and unsweetened as a KKK of HWVi\ Sec. 2A* Twp 5 Sty S. R. At Stark, Bradford I'ounir
it Items Now Carried: was against him. salad dressing. Or whip It, season 22 )0).. Also all of Block 1 In: Ida thin. 6th day ,>r knob
Peetsvllle. In See. S5 Twp. S., R. 10-10 4t 10-31
with sugar salt, pepper, lemon 22 f). Also all thnt part of N- i

, f Adding Machine Paper Assessor Explains U. S. NAVY RECRUITING OFFICER PRESENTS for juice cabbage, and vinegar, cucumbers, as a dressing or let,: Tu-n:S-4 of<5 NWW 5., rt of 22 NW'4 E.. lying of Sec.East 85.; I II..JI.'I.I'\OTICK: OK t'Il'l'IlIOII'IMZSTIOI::

of Right of Way of S. A. I. Rail
Notice ,
Carbon Delay In Work tuce. way, In Bradford I In heieliy gnn t ik
Paper County Florida. undemla-ned
APPLICANT WITH NEW "BADGE OF HONOR"COMMANDER Sec.The N% of NWVl\ of NWVi\ of of Chapter 20H3.1.:undi-r,:; Las the. off pn'

Manila ,CIasp: Envelopes If anybody ,wonders why the Methodist more 25. Twp. B M., R. 22 E.. and Act of 1941 1, nil) rri\rftt\ {
Church particularly described
as Clerk of
: the Circuit Court I
V '
work of the Tax Assessor! is behind i beginning-' NW corner of Sec for Bradford
4t Pay Comity FlorM]
Envelopes i
36 Twp. 6. S,
I R. 23 E., and run fictitIous
.) ; this year, it is very to name of
easy '
Services at the Church nextSunday nlnx East 1S20 ft. to S. A.' 1.. f f Bradford
KiiKlneerliK! Co,
File Folders Gem .
Clips understand after E. W. Hayes ex. Rnllwar: thence South and pa.all.1 .- under which .
are as follows: we are tnftf
plaint). "I carried the ,tax roll to with the West side of the' doing business. at
Ruled Index Cards Church School] 10 A. M. There S WeMt. A. L. Railway 880 ft.. thence Cherry & Jacknon' Pt..,
Tallahassee 20 to
August said Mr. section
line dividing' Sec
Ink!! (Pints '& Quarts) Hayes Wednesday; but I didn't, receive are Morning classes for Worship all age 11 groups.o'clock. ?o 4 point and 35 of: thence beirlnnlrnr.] North, 130 ft.,, and Starke That, the Bradford mild bualurn Countr.. ,U F
operated hy the folio l ltereated
the railroad Also
Cl thes. Marking Outfits assessments until The sermon subject will be t: -, / ,of commence at outhwet corHer partIes:
Sec. 25
Sep 28., I took'the completed R, and Twp. 5 8.. R. 22 U R.: fl>ell. Stnrke, Fhn!
: Ruled "What we expect of our Churcl! running East on the Sec R. V.. Colenian, UkeC'liy.l,
I Pads roll far -
egal Note as as values ;tare concerned fi line Ultf ft. thence North
and what our Church hasia, right | ft-.. W'est 420 J. M EdwurdH. III Iark. I FAi
hen"C '
Tallahassee 1820/ 'ft. ,
back to Sept. thence SI.irk.., Biartford. \ Count)
,Manuscript! Covers I 30. At that time," the assessor i to expect of,us.. .South| 'IR being 420 ft.In, to BoO.point 26 of and begin 86 Ida this Tth day of Octolw

t1( Mimeograph Stencils says "the values were approved. Youth Fellowship 6:30: P. M. Twp. 5 5.. R 22 E.. In Bradford ,10-10 4t 10-31_
All Cr-"ntv,. Fiori") .*. Too-ether
young people invited to, with all 1
The County Com m l Iwsloners nnd slnfrulnr the tenements. here reo'rvei: OF I\TI'\TIO.:
Mimeograph Paper adopted a budget October 6, Mr. attend. i itaments. and appurtenance there lticilsrLii: 'I'TlTII 1 1 11 0Notice \
I to belonging, I.. hereby given i Ih
Mimeograph Ink Hayes continues but that budget Evening Worship T:30: P. :M. I !'tnbJ..t' [Ito Easement nrranteif to undersigned "'"I" the P'"'
must be approved by Comptroller The Rev. Leslie Shepherd. chap.I ta. .<. of Florida for Right of Way Qf Chapter 20)151) 1.\., of FActs
Onion Skin Paper'Pencils lain at the State I by The Federal Varidtank. of of mi.) will l'Ollolor.]
'Y"jl Prison Col
will be,
4. J. M. Lee, and "I cannot extend umbia.. Aiiirust 27, J91T. Clerk of the. "'11',ull Court.
I the taxes until after the budgets r the speaker at the evening ser, !Subject' ] to Uasement granted b''5'The for Brail' !fold "i'ntu.ay H."
vice. Federal, Land Bank of Col- fictitious. name nf
: i O. K/d". umhlit l to the Florida Power. and Th* Lunch lu.x.
Pencil Sharpeners Prayer Services each Wednesday Light Company.. under which roe .11""' ortaf
"Ordinarily, said Mr. Hayes, "I at 7:30: P. M. at tniMIc, outcry to the highest hid doing! builnefi at
Duplicate Receipt Hooks have my assessments ready by the tier for cash at the South front
. A keUnrndfnrd?
cordial Invitation Fit
first Is extendedto rt""nr of the Countv Courthouse In I Stn (Countv
Rubber Bands Monday In October. This all.School. Stark' Florida, during the logo.. 1 That. the nald 'lOom"," 'is,
year It will be November IS: or hour of ale on November 3, 1941.] and operated by the fItoliterestod

Salespads Scotch Tape even December 1. unless the comp- T Frank Lnndrum L. P. Heiry partle, Ir: Starkt. r

Stapling :Machines troller approves the budget at I P. K. O'BRIEN, of the U. S. Navy Recruiting Holiday I )Starke Knlo-ht. *Florida.Knlo-ht Special Mauler. 1t! 81'ark.B Alexander... Bradford: Warn,Cotlifti' r

once. But the delay was In Tallahassee Service, is shown here placing the new Navy "jBadge; of Honor" The Board of Public Instruc i Attorneys: for Plaintiff. Ida. I thin. $th day.: of t (Jt'iobt,
1i' : Rubber StampsStenographer and not here. The railroad 10-10 4t 10-31 10-10 4t 10-31 _
assessments has held me up. on the lapel of an applicant for enlistment in the Navy. (Badge tlon Monday unanimously declared -

Note Pads Below Mr. Hayes /gives the comparative -: shown above at right.) All ambitious young men who apply Friday October 17 a CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I

Typewriter ,:Ribbons values of 1840,, and 1941.' for service in Uncle Sam's "Two-ocean"Navy;whether acceptedor school colored holiday for both white and ''I .
schools. l
C\ order that
: Shipping,:Tags' caused! tremendous by the fact-that.difference, according being not, are given this new badge as a mark of their patriotism. teachers might attend their dls RENT-Clean 4-room house FOR S.\LE-Good mute. F

'/,, Metal Rim Tags to the new tax law assessments! To learn of the many opportunities the Navy and the Naval trict meeting to be held In Gaines. furnished, s c r ee n ed, electric i for selling my k\tfW\ NI

} ; : must now be based. on actual i Reserve offer, local men of 17 years and over can get the official vllle on that date. Attendance at lights, running water. Also :z-. been called back to RDU
O. K. Paper Fasteners the meetings Is optional room Mrs. W. D. Faton
values: illustrated free booklet "Life in the with the apartment. Reasonable.Inqutie -
Navy from this
h newspaper's -
at Earleton Box 250-A:\
H poatofflce.
Asco Fasteners
Paper real
Non-exempt estate-1940,' Navy Editor.
$434.000: ; 194J, $1.362,750. 9-28 2tp

Card File Indexes Homestead exemp\'on real estate Building PermitsJ. -FURNISHED COTTAGES on I I WANTED-Farm hand worl Wily

Card Index Trays t -1940. $280.930; 1941. $911- Lake of 3 or 4 to
600. D. Mathews October 6. concrete Fe, :S miles east of house, brick chimney cable

Everhandy Paper Clips block residence either on lot Waldo. Electric lights, running to live. See

Personal tax-1940, $161,743; 3 or 4 In block 8 In the water. Inquire Lewis I place Z. DO
Clip Board Arch Hoards 1911. $688,770. Temples Kelly at once.
Jewelry Co.
Gainesville Fla.
HAW 24 x 27, I1.S50: being miles went of 'tOO
Expanding Paper Files Railroads. -1940. I1&S.967: ; 1941, erected for Dr. M. B. Herlong. tf r 4 Lake 1-2 Butler road.
Metal' Files VV. E. Grono and Mrs I* H. FOR RENT-Completely] furnished
Total-1940,, $1,082,640; 1941. A LlGEcE Eastman
Sept. 24.
for the lake home P
3569359.: It.JTE large enough for 2 LOST 1 medlum-slzed
India Ink Wire Trays remodeling of a frame residence families. WbJt
.. 41 Hot & cold water oU
IiI Ii\ in lots 'O and 11 of : dog. 2 1-2 years
I' block 18. Liv lights, servant's rot1!
Marvel Punches 'quarters, 4-car onshunk
Florida Now Cool ingston liver.
Truby and Co.'s addition garage. FJa. lit
Scratch Pad Holders to Starke. Apply Sparkman'sGrocery B. Mundy, Starke

Although installation of air- it ntetisary to t>t a high flit a month by the end ..f your Waldo.. 10-10 3tp I

S. Ink Eraser Stick Files conditioning mechanism in the teheel graduate in order to .nGr. term of enllatment. and remember Coach

S new Florida Theatre was not completed ) /ii in I the Navy that your clothing lodg At RotaryPaul FOR RENT -room furnished .-blll

Jt Ring Hinders In time for the opening No. ing medical and dental e.r. are house, all modern on Kingsley P LOST-1 male hog .
,. Navy e-nlUtee. need not b. V. Parks B. H. S. PP WeIghed 1nthYago. 1-
( all supplied free. foot Lake. $60 month. few spots.
days Saturday. and Sunday high school (graduate All applicant ball coach, and David per Apply Ma.ke. ''UJiIt!
0 George Mammas manager, announces will b. given .n nomina Tornado Shuford, Jordan's Hotel Court, Road 48. .m eat
that It In now In full tion containing approximately. lOG captain (or the 1941 sea- Itp under slope" each%
RemingtonPortable operation After I have served, my term of son were
guests of
qneitlona. A the Siai'ke
trad of S* per rent Rotary Starling
and the Florida now better ,enlittment what benefit da I Club at Its
or on this nomination I. regular
presents an Inviting cool spot during aBclently high to paaa the N*.y 11'0' ,. rt-tnlittmtntf luncheon. Short talks Wednesday FOR RE."lT-Two 2-room cot.. wedding rtnI

i the recent warm weather. educational atandard llowerer by both in were made tages, complete with tile floors, LOST Gold IUIf
Depending on rats and which they
i TYPEWRITERS a huh school education will* bo length :your appreciation expressed Hollywood beds, hot and cold I diamond enKMCinent ,,
4. of .nle.. can get for Oct.
you a
present and future St.
valuable to the showers. Call
seaman during Ma -Mrs. J. T. Wilson nity of
cash ,
,: bonus up to $300 plus 30 days support of the S.it'\
TRY RUMFORD TODAY-\\ Navy! enllatment. I.... with pay.What team. next to Sinclair Station Waldo. ward. Lt. James 31.l l

| Fla. 106 Med. Reg.. APO
FrS THE QUALITY WAY J ///'enlist in ,A. Nary or Naval S CARD OF THANKS: Blanding.

Rtttrvt., uill I bt tent to a data tht term "ull. can" We wish to express our deep FOR RENT 3-room
S Navy Trade Sehoolt mean, in tht and sincere appreciation garage
Navy to the apartment; e an
electricity pl
. ; Jo"OUND-Mout
AU new recruit are sent to of many who showed us kindnesses :r. telelbO"(
on. Am ash can" Is a slang term ap n. L.f.. Clark. 1 1-2 miles combination for
'. four Natal Training Stations and pll...' to the depth charge need to during the recent Ulricas death out on East Call street. tf may "ifl'

tier m training period they! may combat ..bm.rl.... The average and funeral of our loved one Mrs. erator. owner Bradford Count''
: : take examinatlona for en'r.n.a.h can" Mary J. plying at tI
I. container filled Haynea. Every kind I FOR RENT for l
Into Nary Trade School. Tlu... with. approximately 300 pounds of Lthought. word -Furnished cottage, graph and payOUt
or act was no Improvements -
recruit who
td.iu paaa their examinations T.N.T. sad esa h* dropped overboard appreciated. greatly ; 6 rooms.
t eoOr with .fflclently high grade. from a ship and ao controlled -The famUy.VOTU'I Mrs. L. M. Clark 1 1-2 mile* over 4 P
$s Down are seat to Nary Trade School. 9ut E. STOP! You men li
on Call
aa to explode at depth : !J OP ITKVriO.. St., Starke. tf to I
before aaalgnment. to the fleet. ranging from 3$ to MO feet. Thee RRAMTHH flCTITIOlS NATIB TO cllnjln fearfully'that endl
: $5 Per ,Month Whil. attending th... 'schools are generally carried by the fast Notice U hereby given that the FOR RENT-Large bedroom-llv- barely maket
: they will receive regular undemlgned' under the ar* I 100
Narypay ships l In the provision
and free schooling valued fleet. a* a boat dropping nf Chapter 0'J5J.! Law of Florida Ingroom. use of kitchen If de Here I. what you
__ at a charge regulated to ex- Act. of 194\ %. will register sired. chance for s
BRADFORDCOUNTY ISM. with the Private Your
plod at 70 feet depth muat more Clerk of the Circuit Court.' In entrance large Ind 1 .;
f o away from the exploalon. area at a for flctltlou Bradford CODOl,.. Florida and the porch.-Mrs. A. Wood E. Call i save some money busDetI! d/>""
II phosIi.t.55cc. What it tht spoed of name of St. (third house of UU build !'
'n greatest possible, 31 knot or more Th*** Bradford County Telegraph beyond new 65 If 't3t pIS
t V TELEGRAPHPhone pay I can expect to tarn during aah can" are cither rolled off under which we are engaged, and bridge ltp support you al D.td II

1p Send for NEW booklet, eontinlng ny first trrm tnlittmtntf, the stern or allot from "yguna"which dolna itt...; Call bu.lne..*>at uLtabled.1\ you CMcP
p donn of bright id*** to I.- hurl oa. tight and on. leftaimultaaeoualy. Starke. St. FOR SALE I the will to iIt ,
hi 29 It I. poealblo to Bradford Improved 85-acre: and
prow your bklna Address: Rurnford ear aa much M County Florida. )l
.krnc rdwdw. Box That the aald bualnow farm with 12-room Write P : )
% k V. Rum ford. R.I. and operated I la owned house. All btter. COI'As[ '
by the
terested parties: following In modern conveniences. A. A. R. WATKINS

( E. l.. :Matthew. Box 431, Stark., Annls Lawtey. tf phil Tenne* -

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OCT 10,94 1 ,



Official County Publication Established In 1877

S1AKKK. K1AJKIDA. "'Kln.ol'ontn: 10. 11141

IWrrH OUR FARMERS he atated. "We've-got to send our- I 1942 Allotments Poultry Important
:! boys over there. Of course, we'll "

i, w'n It. There Is so! much 'poppycock' '"NAVY TRADE TRAINING GAVE ME MY START' I For Tobacco, Peanuts In Defense Plan ;
in the
papers, you can hardly
lives on 12 acres are mighty dull this ," he Being Made Up I the
M, Gnann year tell who Is winning One wins a Everyone connected with
and a quarter east of little and then the other SAYS PRESIDENT SPERRY CORPORATION
,lle : said.Asked a little. Acting Instructions from "Food For Defense rrogram"from,
He has been living thereItbree about the war, Mr. Dyal It takes upon
to It'salready
ke money run a war. the hecretary of Agriculture on
the State toll
Conservation o'flrell
though he Is do- said: "I don't know
'eal's. anything about
to bankrupt this down l III emphasizing: the Import
Gainesville the 1012) allotments.or
He hast about that. It is
farming. hard
little to tell country. My brother and I weieIn
of and
verY anco more poultry egg pro-
tobacco and
potatoes are being
of chufas planted. who will w.n: I
acres hope United the Spaninh-Ameilean I'm
four war.
t duction for National J Defense.
Ls with the State Road Elates will." !170 made up In the office of County
been old, and I know
years some- Agent L. T Dyer, || Not only the commercial poul- I
Jrtmcnt since last December "The United States Is not SUP thing about war. There ought not should increase the number -
I helping to build defense POSED to be In to te The County AAA Committeemet trymen
is It yet What : any more Germany after F
of hens on the yard next year,
JjNo 261, He has to hire all about that'?!" was asked him tV.i! war. 'The only way to stop with Mi Ayer. recently and : farmor
but'eveiy one living on a
done on the farm and "N'o.' he "but ," he concluded j/icpiiroil. the listing sheet for to-
| work replied we are go- Germany "Is to who has a back yard available
L hard to secure. | ing to get In It" I there Incco allotment Only one-half
help to over and tear that na- I should! mine a few good hens to
o: one percent of the 1040 allotment -
ijlr, Gnann Is employed as' t on to pieces. fill the family need with a few
for the county, or 1,3 aCI'e"wall
and "The Farley and
t.watchman says Raymond chickens and eggs to sell
all the
are about to catch ,me. Prevatt work together on Mr, II E. Johns lives on a :24-acre Increase In acreage" ,
I ,or the county ThIN makes a1'I Uncle Sam Is railing on everyone -
came up Wednesday night ;j're'att's'farm; they cultivate 33 tract of land on Road 13 out toward f' '
I' total of 2096 Hires for the 123gOWt'1'9 to first produce, as far as po*> K
Iin 30 feet of Dae- and the' acres out of aa 80-acie' tract Just Gainesville It is just be- :
'' of the" county, nlble, a living at home and then .
t got after them and chased' across Alligator Creek Mr Far- yon 1 the railroad in the south l lthts
Those who do
some fill' others.
away. Oodles of foxes comeften le>' has been here 17 years, com- edge of Staike and extends on 1'he, Increased acreage could. be
i will not feel the pinch of hitch I
i tear to where I am," he: ing here from Georgetown, S, C. both rides of the highway, It D given only to growers' who have who de- '
much as thorn;
filcej 11 I
t s
For many years he worked as belongs to the five heirs of Ervin grown tobacco every year during
i of the foreman for a rood contractor Johns' estate. It has three acres .ho pant five years, and the small pend upon buying everything.The I
what thought I
L Extension) Service throughthe
"I of bearing pecans, nine acres of : increase was dUhlbuted to those
Lent war situation, he ceded helped DuUd Roaj M from '
U advice \
: whom the committee considered county agent offering -
good fenced land and the \1'
'I'm I afraid to say. I'mlary ,I here to Lake Butler; built roads and assistance where needed I ,
needed It most I
about It myself I hope I all around Penney Farms to the balance Is In pasture It has a 9- to help the poultrymen to make a 11'' i
rooai txvo-story house on It and 1s Last the tobacco
Idont ever have It overhere. II1 County line; and built the one year glower success of their business.Mr. .
t know enough to say whether I from Orange Park to Green Cove up tor sale at this time Mr. voted M Ihl're.yellr control pro- Dyer has valuable poultry literature : '

III I in it or not. I think Lprlnga.: I have been farming 10 Johns stated last Saturday. ff.am on tobacco That mean
get that will be helpful to In i
,jps our navy and air force yea i'/a 1 I He now has a 3-acie truck farmon I, THOMAS A. MORGAN (pictured In insert), president of that there will be a marketing tailing chicken and I eggs anyone, which '1

get in, but I don't thing our ,"I. first went to lalslng strawben the property; the land will the Sperry Corporation, world's largest manufacturers of penalty of 10 cents per pound on Is free for the asking. Excellent 'I
Lntry will," Continuing, Mr. .les. I am now raising corn, '' raise most anything, he said. It :ill acreage grown over the allotted ,
aeronautical and marine instruments, received his early record books will be furnished for
said has peas, .beans, turnips, cabbage-all has a clay foundation. He raises acreage during 1041, '42, and jfI jf-
olin : "Germany never keeping! record on the flock. i(!
in the U. in which he enlisted '
technical S.
training Navy as ;
j any war on her own territory, vegetables I am not going to I beans cabbage and the like, but I I ,
[ ought to give her a taate of raise any strawberries this year," :i not ttti'a when les. "I have It all a young man. "This has proved of great value to me in later We are told that There In. a 1' To Take I e}''

I.' he said, I iplOAed/ now," said I Mr Johns, years," said ex-sailor Morgan. Pictured above are new Navy mil surplus of tobacco In 11)I Listings
Continuing, Mr Failey said "I "but I can't get anybody to help o.inliy and that the Government '
I recruits receiving electrical training at one of the modernly The Army YMCA Is beginningto
think I'll go back to South Caio- ire do the work I Just, can't get 'has tt or loaned fund for the
receive requests for Information
l-\ln Dyal of Graham raises >,na; quit farming and go to any help, that's all They're all equipped! Navy Trade Schools. The Navy offers training to iichnae nnd atoiage of appto.,1- concerning room, apartments -

Jin, plnders, beans and straw- hOI'se-tl'adlng. There's nothing to on this relief, and that pays more young men in nearly 50 different trades and vocations. alely one-thhd the crop in into and houses from families

Ires' on 20 acres of a 40-acre'i I to:; made down here. I can go up than a farmer can afford to pay. nc* again In 1041) In older, to hold! of men who will soon be returnIng -

'I I raised an acre of straw- there and work one day a week You have to pay a fellow $2,CO or p I the price to I the glowers, Jo from
there Camp Blending milneuvera -
nt all. If we'll Just furnish!
lieD i this year," he said and pick .up $50 to $75 Down $3,00 a day, and then you can't them with ammunition and Taxi Stand Mnved 1ht. growers need not expect' As an accommodationto
; afternoon, "and made satur-I I I here a fellow can't pick up more get him to work. I want to make matcitals we won't have to go.I IV Increase In !acreage allotments' the people of Starke, the management .
off of them. I I The Slurke Talab Company uilofiH more tobacco U exported,
vegetables for
,ey than $10 or $15 per day. Everybody some the winter, believe England will eventually of the Y states that
a half acre this year. I down here Is a t I' a II e r.Everybody Mr. Johns continued, "and I can't I put an army In Italy and close which Lt, R a. Kldd recently and world. markets open up rooms, apartments, etc., may be

11 get the plants-I can't find knows as much about get anybody to come out and them out. I don't believe the old to Julian Canova, Allen The allotment on Irish poia- listed there for convenience of
anywhere" he said The''the markel do work I'll go halves with them loc BIB bring made. up and the .
as you\ Every -fiiiuncaiis, will ever haw 10 -0 u> Cnnovn and Frank Btrozler, of those looking for places to stay
i her has been so dry they just I[farmer has a bull yearling to sell. I'll give them half of what they Europe. I believe before you Gainesville, moved It. location last County Committee met with Mr.
Idn't make. I don't know any- There were 1,000 head of cattle make If I can just get them to know it Dyer Friday to flnlxh with the I _
Russia will take half the
and this does
peanuts not affect
tg about the prices. They'll at .the Gainesville auction I last come out there and work It for week, according to V B. Kldd, leapportlonlnft! of the county allotment
armies they have in Asia and here. These
the price will be better, It recently moved from, for 1942. Mr, Dyer has many glowers allot
I you I Monday\ and 1,600 or 1,700 head me. smash the Germane The Japanese .nuniiger. ments will be made up In the near
I don't know what it will of hogs. Some as fine as I ever Referring to World War IIIr.:! are sorry they I ever signed: KB original home In the Alvares sent out queHtlonalren! to every potato future, and those winning peanut
In older to determine
saw in my !life." i Johns said: : the treaty with the.?:Axis, powers,, Service station to tie: Magic Oil grower allotments should see Mr Dyer as
ft, Dyal does some truck farm"I Turning to'' the European war, "If the Russians will just hold I and for that reason, Russia can| ompnny'a elation' Now> It II i how many acres each wishes to early as possible. II't'
In 1942 which be used
plant an acre of beansry Mr. Farley i said he had two sons the Germans back like they ace take her soldiers awp.y. from, the plant
| year ,a ,few,.peas "and ,one ;Camp.J aCJtson) ,now/"Only one doing" I, don't: believe It will ever'13apanes i ,fw>Trfa,ji tf''epnct'1'. them) Amoving: h'o'\ .UUe,, former J>lte of ,all a basin for making up ''the' al\ il'I

f and another. But the prices thing is going to settle I this war,"' be necessary for us to go over against Hitler." j 'the I Orange L>'tn a s bus ,station lottnenta, Public Stenographer '
I I across from the Courthouse on There will be no commercial

> .' '0' ..... ,<' .,.....< ,Yo' .' "., "" .", ,I .. '" I I TIMBER CROPSKOIt I Temple Avenue The taxi stand vegetable allotments In 1042 owing Miss Carol WhiteIn
,' '" ,,,,10"" >->.,.j(' '" 'P > "' 't ,,,, ; '"" will be In the North space of the to the need for mom food
'> k f 't' njlldlngl:' while In the South space crops In the defense progrAm W. T. Clute's!,! Office 1
H\LE will be located a Sinclair service The only other crop allotmentIn 111* Ka-st; Call St. (i

All the:: :People 'of Florida and :Southern no Only Hale for few small years worked-out ago there was tur-I I tntlon, I thin. county In on 'nmm"rr.1,

pentine and llmby old field pines.

Georgia Are CordianyInvited to Attend Today the market for pulpwood

.. hall changed nil that There Is

an actual value In many clantws
( -,
.. .. "- of hitherto worthleHsrWooil. In
addition! to the two' classes already -
mentioned, pulp mill will .
< > buy some top material left by Cap 4i4W& IJUJ Gee ,
+ : sawmill operations; also, thin-

flings; undesirable. species cut out
r'r Jr 'Y 1 of your turpentine woods; some No.1

/ 1 9i kinds::! of diseased and crooked WHERE: IS tl
trees and storm damaged timber
THE: SITE: OF :, t I
This fact has produced In the
minds of many woodland owners COWAFOSO l lS

i I I I i ;''ii two errors I In reasoning which ?

; should be speedily coi'reeled. OneIs
the error of thinking that since
,,; .
the waste material which the pulp I
:4 ;;:d, { mills buy had no value before,

& 4:1:: .\ 'fI'P ''f.t: anything it brings now Is pure

-q. I I tit I" .. I' ?il velvet and should be received

.IJ A ... "m 11'11; t efully. The naval mores Industry -

1 0, i1Jt.'f.{! /, once threw away the rosin

? ">iiJ'ko;.f; ,. produced as a by-product In the {
$ manufacture of turpentine Today #

[ ? the sale of rosin furnishes the
i major portion of the Income from

Irotif.ii naval mores activity The fact
lI.JJ since ceased to count In the mind I
of the Industry So! should It be

with pulpwood. It Is of no significance -I h/ ((1ii
that pulpwood materialonce You wouldn't recognize it now f

had no market. It has a I but it's a fact, just a century or so
market now and It l 10 worth as f
is every other article of sale, at ago, Florida's Indiana, the Timnqua,

: ANNIVERSARYBeginning much as the competitive buyers forded their seagoing if reluctant
7r'ik be to
can persuaded
pay. -
II cows across the St. Johns River at tithe
The second error Is made by the
woodland owner who receives a foot of liberty Street in Jackson '

fair price for his pulpwood. So vllle. It became such a travelled
elated li he over the good pricehe
that the English applied the r
In" material center
4 paid for which once
I : SALE had r.o value that he puts Into the name Cow Ford to the settlement. ; MI

sale much timber that would ,:tVWEER
bring a higher price If sold for !

some other purpose A farmer

who hall two runty pigs worth 12 > > .
Monday Oct. 13th each and six nice ones worth $1 M Je4.wA4/Y t "

each will\ loxe 12 if he Mil the 1 IT'S A FACT! Ii?!
eight for $4 around, even thoughhe
U twice the value of
getting Just as famous a Florida fact it s .
the two runts. So a woodland '
owner who received $1.50 a unit the popularity of smooth, mellow *

Sec Coben's Special Anniversary Sale ;,,:: for his pulpwood and Includes In ,& JAX Deer, the famous Drink of "% tit 'I"

the sale timber which should have
: ; been reserved for naval stores or Friendship. Try a bottle of JAX

Edition in Swiday'sTinWUnjon; '. sold tot poles or saw timber will yourself, you'll like the zip, the "4 "'

... ** ," :, .' fall to sell to the best advantage 'rt' h tang, the downright refreshing ,

: C.XIUI OF THINKS taste of this good, dry beer! r s s 9y M

For Your Convenience Entire 'Store <. ; I11j a
I We wtrb to express our appreciation JAX BAEWIN6 COMPANY

9:00 O'Clock : / for the many kindnesses and JicksoivUle Fiends
Open :Monday Night Until expressions of sympathy shown to ,
ua: during our recent bereavement.Mr .
and Mrs J. C. Jones and




OCT 101941 1


Belgium Norway. Denmark and CHURCH UIKKCTORY OP tion to ho held on In each TUESDAY of the
Russell Kay other! countries Bent their children SERVICES following numbered Special' Tax i
..al l County at
Kill HI'" HAITI" School HlMtrlctii of <
, off to school clean neat well fed, while
.. "rool houne (for
It" \. .:. l.lichtroof. Pastor bright eyed smiling: and happy. ace >. Walnut' HlrrvtChurin pupil s) In each ....Id l dlntrlct.. foreach
Those neutral countries., He haul t 1t:11 A. M. said IlNtrlct to elect three <3)trunteea
, TOO LATE were
mlllage tor
)Morning Wornhlp 11:00: A. M. t and assess the /
TO Though war raged all I around H T.. U 7:0U: I'. M. the ensuing two (2)!( )'.....1'...
CLASSIFY e them, they felt that since they Evening Worship H.OO: P. M.VVrdnrnduy Nor the purpuxe. of holding said
Worship 8.00: ) C. M.KIHNT election In each. district the following -
had not taken sides, were ob erv- appointed:
managers are
For of the Is .
? 1 most us summer the strictest neutrality they ...........n. sperms '...* !ochool' ft\\,,-
d... over when schools re-open and MKTIIOIHVPltr trlcfu.. :it tr
Ily the hustle and were Bafe--and besides, they had /i. C. .*..".11. PiintorI2 t.ulh..r.tI..raon., Lacy Wynn.1I..r..hall I
jt we experience 1
; I : '>. 'karh street :Matchett H. J. Phillips.Marke .
bustle that attends getting the treaties. Church S,'hool 10(10: A. M special '!'.< School IXstrlctn. .
S ,Sunday" Worship 11 I :00 A. M. :a
kiddles and off to their read-
t up 7:00 I P. M. Jim
Young People : J. L. Peek Mallory Thomas,
; in', wrltln' and 'rithmetlc. roday those nations are en- Kvvnlnu: ; Worship 8.00: I'. M. llornsuy Lon Hoover.
. f nd slaved. Families have been sep Wednesday. Worship 8.00: P. M.NT. l.nnlrr. ,fupwlnl Tax Mrhool
'r 'N Ulrlrt !>o. 6
1 >' e Driving: to work thin morning I arated. Hunger and want stalk "'ilK'" KPI"C'' OPAL A. II. Haii.y, M. H. Plumrner,
encountered hundreds of bright- through the land. Such schoolsas Ilvv. Frvd 1'erkes. ICprturMM Volley Reddish Louie Hill.t L
Via amlerbllt. !Special l '1'aa. School IU-
of all making are left operate under the con- : V.'burrb threeChurch
youngsters ages trlct No 10
r H<'hool 10:00 A. M. t<
;; a their way to the school bouse. trol and domination of a ruthless Hun.lny Worship 11'00: A. M. Kllery Sapp Kirby Crews, J. ( t
dictator. Education has become a Sunday )Evening7:30: P. M. C. VaruioUKh toins Norman.C.ruhum.
' .
: dressed
'k They were clean neatly Mix-rial Tax school II1a4 l '
Friday Evening 7:10: P. M. yy..i.
ky mlllng, happy kids. farce. Propaganda and falsehood Holy Day 10:00: A. M. irlet !V.. II wi
/ have become the text books to Rufus Johnson, Riley Wasdln C.
e Will Mclver. _
B. JloOfM.
w n teach young minds to hate and FIRST PHKNHYTKHIA, ) Hew' Klter, Special Tax" NrkoolUUIrlrt
Passing a Junior High I noted and Itrv. Ifcmi. II. Aura P..lora4 \... UM. '
fear their fellow man. Fear
; i; numerous cars lined up at the $ 'Worth Cheery at.Church O. Moody, Reddish. Andrew. i.t'f'f' b'iI '
r terror reign supreme. Death and School 10:00: A. M than Sapp. Floyd WlKfflna.llellbrvnn. / ; ;
I, Sfi I curb. Others were coming and debris hare been added to the Sunday Worship 11:00: A. MSenior special Tan. school Ulatrlct _
#'a ti 1 going as parents brought their CruNBU. 6-00: P. M. N... 15 .
curriculum. Surrender has not Intermediate Youth 6-00 P. M. L. R. Starling Kdtlle:: Green, P. D. r
children and their neighbors' children -
r. Evening Worship. 7:00: P. M.T. !
helped them for now they becomea Reddish, W. C. demons.Hlnlnic. 3 ao -
s' to the "door of learning. Bprrtal' Turn SchoolDlMtrlct
y1 battleground where the bombs ., !>o. 18
1 r" e IW. II n'" CATHOLIC
and bullets of conqueror and( defender Il.... Thos. J. Murphy lnxtorTrmplr Britt Alvare. Kmory L wls.
i' ? al l"J Of course there was nothing and Avenue Harry 'Lewis Floyd Crosby.llrooker. 7 "0y
are a menace day
Tax. School
Early Man 11:00: A. M. special
l t ii < N new or startling about such sights. night. Divine **rvleri" Ulstrlrt N... IH"
nr We have all seen the same thing Sunday Mann. 9:00: A. M. Walter Crews C. A. Crosby Lee
Week Day MaH. 8:00: A. M. Oalney W. H. Harre
times. It was typically
many Parents of Dutch. Belgium, Nor- Hoard of Public instruction of
flc u" t' American. The question that Bradford County, Florida.
is e wegian and Danish children are (:O"PEI. TnENVttC1.I91r. ] OFFICIAL SEAL R ... Sparks, > :
( ) I
lI framed Itself In my mind today not very different from American and Mm.' J. ..
J$.,, n thowever was one that never occurred hardworking Sunday Hervlre 7.80: P. M. E. Middle ton,
parents. They are kindly Friday Service 7:30: P. M. Secretary and County Super- .j.VJf
before "How much
to me :
folk. fit 10-31
# peace loving They Intent. 10-3

longer?" were proud of their clean pro- PINE LEVELBy F __

gressive communities. They loved lUra. II. M. McRae In Circuit Court Bradford County,
der I could not help but contrast their homes and their childrenand I Florida.-In Chancery. Hub y J.
IMxon.VB- Gordon W. 1>1.on. On
American children with those of asked only to be allowed to We are glad to report that little; Monday 4 the

1' other countries today. I could not live In peace to worship as they Lynn son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. I defendant, ( :robn"'W,3r8!x"n(" \In required .: y..w. z 'ta' Fr

Yt. ;J help but auk myself: "How long" cfcose, and to educate their children McRae. accompanied by Mrs. W. divorce to filed appear against to the him bill herein.for ,

k "; will it be before dread and fear to become good citizens. eral days' illness. This order. to b e publishedonce ,
a week ,for four consecutive
1 the smile on :
( replace happy young Mrs.. J. R. Hall and Mrs. H. M. weeks In Bradford County Telegraph .-
'. faces before gas masks become Before destruction descended McRae accompanied( by Mrs. W. a newspaper. published In

t standard equipment? "How long" upon them appeasers assured! the E. Hall of Green Cove Springs said, October Bradford 2.County.1941. Starke, FlorIda '- R

before studies will be Interrupted populace that "It couldn't happen were visiting) Mrs. Effie Crosbyof (OFFICIAL SiAL' ) A. J. Thomas

by iwalling sirens and like baby here." They continued to do business Sunny Brook Farm Sunday afternoon Clerk Circuit, Florida Court 10.3, Bradfor.1Counly. 4t 10-24

chicks in the shadow of the hawk with Hitler and were care- .

will these kids be rushed into ful to do nothing that might be Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman of In the. Circuit (Court Bradford
bomb shelters? "How County Florida.-In Chancery.. Order -
f., underground termed an "unfriendly act.
Gum Branch were dinner guests of Hervlce., Notice tb appear.
I fir, long" before here and there attractive of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae The State of Florida. Sanford N.
2 school buildings will be I Pinion vs. Susie Pinion. On Mondaythe ,,. 4
tvM United and alert these small Monday.
+ I 3rd day of November, 1841
led f ', reduced to a heap of smoldering democratic nations together with Misses Vesta and Odessa McRae Susie Pinion whose residence. Is.

rubble? e the aid of their more powerful allies visited Miss Doris G o o d g e of N.Atlanta W. l's Georgia required 77 to appear llaker Street to the, When the family workers come "

might have defended themselves Starke Sunday afternoon. : bill for divorce filed against. her
4' ? But a little over a year ago herein. Thin order to b.. l publlxhedonce
against aggression but In- Mi8. H. H. Lewis of Rising was a week. for four consecutive
N e parents In peace loving Holland dividually they fell, and their only visiting Mrs. A. F. Hall Wednes- weeRs. In the Bradford (County Tele- home they'll welcome a refresh .

hope of deliverance at this hour day. said graph Bradford a (poa.ry.IP: \ I'f'ad': In

.. rests with the ability of parentsin Starke, Florida, Oct. 2nd 1 41.OFFICIAL .

t lands still free to appreciateand In Training ( Clerk Circuit SEAL) Court A.; J., Bradford Thomas i I ing moment to relax. A six-

er Boating understand what has hap- County, Florida. 10-3 4t 10-24 :

drij pened and what can be done. Miss Helen Ruth Wolfe and I II I

Miss Margaret Welnner both of In Circuit Court. Bradford County bottle carton of Coca-Cola'from ,

Bathing The children of America, yours Waldo" are in training at the Wright Florida.plaintiff In Chancery.vs. Enetha Wllborn Wright ;

ij and mine are no more secure today local Western Union office. Young defendant On Monday the 3rd day

than were. the children of ladies who apply for work must of Knetha November WrUtht,1041 whose, the residence defendant. la your dealer is the easy way to

Bowling these and other conquered coun- first spend several weeks in a Route 2, AxHon, Georgia Is requiredto
4 tilea. What has happened there "Western" Union office, after which appear to the suit for divorce THE
filed against her herein. This orderto
can and will happen here If we It they meet requirements, they be published. once a week for provide home refreshment. six-soTnt

Billiards allow ourselves to be deceived and are given a regular position at a four consecutive. weeks. In. Bradford CARTON
Telegraph published -
County a newspaper
lulled Into Inactivity by those who good salary. Miss Wolfe has been In said Bradford County

preach appeasement. for some time connected with L. Starke. Florida October 1st. 1V41.
B. Alexander's store here while
Bar-B-Q The dictators HATE America Miss Welsner is a newcomer. '10-S 41.lt-.1t STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

above all other nations. We already -

have done more to stay Big Oak RemovedThe

Chicken Dinners their progress and hamper their
large oak tree on the south
s plans than any other country.
side of the Methodist Church on
They have taught their childrenand OLDSMOBILJVOWON
Jefferson St., has found living
Shrimp Dinners their people to hate us and
very hard since its recent esca-
we will never be forgiven. Let
pade. In a wind storm a week or
Russia and Britain fall and with

Cold Drinks our backs,to the wall we would so ago a large limb blew Into the .
two automobilesIn
street damaging
feel the heavy hand of ar as no
the fall. Another \limb was so
nation ever has felt it. We wouldbe tl\\
cracked that it was taken
crushed as no nation ever was
Trailer Park off. Now the Methodist Church I '
crushed and .your children and
A officiate fearing'lest] the remain-
mine would be the ones to pay.

i CottagesGood We can face* the. .facts now and ing damage the City limbs the to should church take blow the building entire down asked tree and ,.. ..'.11 i ; DISPLAY!

while there Is yet time unite in limbs
down. Both the trunk and
thought and action to destroy our JiI;
were badly _
Fishing enemies, and because we have the

resources, the wealth and the

power, we will succeed. But If Kidd in Training 11''
hesitate !if remain reluctant
Beer On Tap we and lull, ourselves we to sleep- officer Lt. R.of the G. local Kldti Headquarters commanding .

we face destruction and when our Na-
Detachment of the Florida
turn there will be
tional Guard has been ordered to
t'i DELIVERER! school at Ft.,
h the officers training I Irr

Meet Your Bennlng Ga. During his absencethe _
1 Greenwood detachment will be In com- hilitl + t

'' Oh Friends At By Minnie Lee Prlngle mand of L.t. Francis A. Swope oi ,
Jacksonville. P teaL tTiTThLFIk ;NIV

Misses Evangellne and Lorraine -

Kingsley Beach Starling from Jacksonville were -
IN ruin IT ( 01 HT. RU \FOHII
visiting their parents this week- (('. >1NTFI.UHIIItl. IX tllKHV. .%%'.

Daisy Pringle and daughters -va- CHUB. No. 1463

spent Sunday with I Mrs, Lillian Hmlkln Tiillt, IIJLa
PARK Prlngle's mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier OP ITPLICATIOXAND NIL llrl

of Evergreen. :NOTICK/ : TO APPEAR 4U4.42r -
Stale of Florida to: l.llllun Pod- -
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kirkland kin Tulll. No. 69! N. Ilwblrmon St.I'hllitilvlphla .,

are the proud parents of a !seven! Pennvylvnnln.You .
On are required to appear on
Road 48 Near
pound boy born September 28. November 3. 1941 In above named
('nurt and cause., wherein plaintiff
Camp Blanding Mi' and Mrs. R. A. Gill and seeks divorce. Kradfonl 'ountyI
i daughters of Woodlawn we r I Telegraph' shell publish this Order
In next four weekly Umiea.WltneHH a.
: visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Motiley my hand and official
e I
tdl Sunday aftenoon. Heal at Starke. ,,Florida this Sep
_ ______- ember 89 1941.OFFIl1AL Wa5OU),pn0s
( KIOAL: ) A. J. Thomas + =@ -I'- es e sncinoTiONS suufcr TO CSANGI i
FUNERAL DIRECTOR A. Clerk of said Court
David J. I.ewl.Jacksonville. *.
M y Many Tear Experience Make It Possible for Me to Reader' ,,'11&.
r.-I Atty. for t'lf. 10-3 4t 10-14 BETTER BETTER BETTER BUILT

('OI '\TV, FLOtt.U. _
\ (.H'\
SUrke, Florida Nona Beatrice Price, Plaintiff va
:Murphy r>. Price, Defendant. On
1 Monday the the Srd. day of November. In addition to naught Frame and enlarged Hydraulic '
+M 1941. defendant :Murphy D HYDRAMATICDRIVE
Price of Jackaonvllle., Florida. I li I .i cannon and .h.ll Brakes. And it's ttamina-powered for long
required to appear to the bill for, ma+wv s' for tb. n.xli! of trouble-free life, with new Econo-: Master *
READY MIXED CONCRETE SAND GRAVEL, Divorce filed against Mm herein. v yya d.hn..0IdI4 :
Tble order to b. published. ono. Engines that develop more .fire.po..er"
BUILDING BLOCKS, SIDEWALKS DRIVEWAYS a week for four consecutive. week" wrrwrcei mobll contributes with, minimum use of gas., Come !in and ENTERIN 0 rTS
a new kind. NOW
In Urad ford County Telegraph, a the Olds B-44 H drive
see new
1 STEPPING STONES IN FACT WE newnpaper published In said Brad. of car to the new compare rEtRI
Aprl l ,i ford County.OFFICIAL. nd of Am.rica, it. You'll find it offered in five separate .

CAN FURNISH YOU WITH ANYTHING FOR ( SEAt.Clerk.) Circuit A.. J. Thomai Court, series-two 100 H. P. Sixes and three 110 PrOREAZ'o'ved 'no..r

Starke, Florida October 1st., 1141. General Motors car that gave the H. P. Eights. You'll find it priced lower handf 130,000 oown.r.
the famous Hydra-Matic Drive you might expect-but far beyond your Hf Jr.' M.-

L.'fl' circuit now takes another great step forward! For expectations in styling and all-round quality. Drive 'onoTd 'R"m ell
Call Us Today For Estimates Court Bradford County,,
Florl.Ta-In Chancery Agn.s Ca .r gar Plaintiff' -v.- Timothy Cado- *
brand huskier motor lM.tI'
new, heavier carwith
gas Defendant. On :Monday the : y X -vi) Oldsmobile !I. now rF / 1fdre
vtM ar.1 day of November A. U 1941, Hydra-Matics available for every lurnineoalblcbcallr"" ItmaM.A
the defendant Timothy Cadoaan',, buyer! TheB-44is.ta lina-aty/edrorbetter v.
ber shell ltort..avMlot
l ii required bill
A. A. ANNIS filed acalnit to him appear herein.to the TAIorder .: looks,with new Double-Duty Bumpers and! 3- now going into mai ;1Sp.rc.nronf'd;

to be published once a week" new Fuselage Fenders.ttamina-built for production of auto
for four competitive. week" In '!"
Bradford County Tel.l better durability with heavier new Dread- ma&Jcalrplan.cannon. EXTRA cost
paper published In Maid Bradford .

FLORIDA Stare/ Florida. October 2. 1941: YOU CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON ,OLDSMOBILE.. ';; Iue
r v 235 Washington, St. Phone 165 Cleric Circuit -Court. 10-1 41 10-S4 I I

., 1'r )NOTICE OF EI.KCT101;: ,
f Chevrolet Flor
-Th. Board. ef Public Instructionof Company Starke
Bradford County Florida herelcall ..11: ,
and glues notice of an elec


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OCT 101941BFRI0.



"ull -.urt! Bradford C1eorg.Couflti.hanceI'Y W.Ir. .. of certificate Unknown No., the 337 wa In the name I doing huslnes* atW BT.Cf OF .r.'TIB'TO I under which are engaged and iv THM t'lItli'h't' ('01 ItT in.iiriiJIIIUIM. I' or IVTRVTIOV
assessment of
1'; Hili. ne.Intlff property under l-3rcl, of said .all '' Call street.Starke I : FICTIIIOIN I \' I doing buslnes. at I'1114'I ir OK Kl.Oillilt. | :o'rw. FIlTlrlWl S T
t''T.:1 I'
; Ivy the ard daY tlflcate No. 275 In Bradford County, Fla. Notice I hereby. given that theun'l.r"l.n.d. \\est Call Street IV ANO "'01 IIHtUKOIIII401M Not given the
,' tin \ ,;,clay.1941. the de- of Cnknown was the name I That the ,sa.l
.nll \ 1> .. required to Unless said Certificates lie and' operated by the following. Interested of Chapter KH51, Laws 1'lorldn.1 That the said business I* own ml IN CIIVXKHV .r t'hsIter 20\1&\ Laws "f Florida
F } "lied against her redeemed to I .hal I parties: Act of 1941, will register wih Ih. .nd .,'operated by the following In- Virginia ".t'r. Acts 'if tall. wIll register with the '
'.. h'' 'i II I be published acto.lln"therein theproperties Junlus M ) n\lh. "I.rkp. Fin Clerk of the Circuit '" teresteii parties: PI.lnttt..V. I ""Ierk "f the Circuit (.'rourt In and
,I to consecutive sold to d.Hell.d, wil he At ttark. Florida for Bradford County Florida thefictitious Mina M. Ur.dv Stark, Fla No. 1432 t.,. htrslforti (. FlOrlia therldll..1 S
t .wty.
Ttlt' four County. Tele- Courthouse.dcicir bhrh. 11ld.r the Ihl. It.. day of October. 194. name of At Iark. Ur."tr.1"? County. '"'01 .1''* P n..r. name
,,11 ,il In'oVtober In the month on of Mond"y 10-3 4 10-2 I New Method Cleaners, lila, this ., day Sept. lilt I DefendantOIIDKII OU) Murket.under .
IMP' pullab.d I under we are engaged and, I OF
1941 which l 18 the 3rd. wll'h :Fn'h'I' which we are engaged and
t day of
No ''
at U ,
,.df. '.' 2, 1941. veniher A. ID. H41 OTIfR OF I'T.'IO. TO dnlntr \OIHH OF l\Ti\TIOV 10htI'ItIllI'KII :0'fl'11 \'PNA dllnl h".ln... at .

.' : 'r! A J. ThomasBH Dated this nth., clay of SeptemOFFICIAL lti.:<.l...'1 "'U"ITIIH N *>IM 315 '.1\)1., ,Avenue" County, ; .).1..101" V t MK THE To Wr\Tli (1"'LIUI, : resllence Starke.$"Bradford,''b"Inut' Ilr.et. ,
St"rk. FIrhl. 'hoa. ,
10-3.t bet A. I). 1941. Notice In that the Notice la given that theindralgned.
rV. "hi ,rt 10-2 the xnlil business I ] h.r.hy Unknown
That That the said business Is owned
."I> own. .
,*, KBAL under the provision
( ) A. J Thomas the provision
I nd'r.1In..1. and by the following In- It orcleied that you ar. and .
.. heieby by the Interested
Cleric Circuit I : 20K63, Laws of oJl.r.t.d f Chapter 20963. Laws of Florida ol'.r.,1 folowlnl
,i)Foiin Co"'I. Ih..curd lnl'l.r FhrIIR. te : : to appear on the 3rd day
RT parties required I partle:
Ifl'rL'1(.1 I I ('IIt0gg County State of l'lorlda. Act .f 1111. will register wih Ih. E. O Kdwards Starke, Flit. Xcta uf 1941, will register with the of Sov"lh.r A. I). lt4l h.for. ., (Uuy) hi. Sale, Htarke. VIa
: (lerk of In and t
the Circuit
Clerk if Court
10-10 ( Couit, I and
(11" Hr.iford FlorIda ,
to the
9-1 4 for Bradford l'lr,1 At Starke, County, for Bradford County, "Florida' theIcMltloua above 'nlt.< ..rt. hil At t 'k. Biadford County, Flor.I.l.
\;' )1 iCu11eY. -- na "ounty. Florida thefittltlous this 2Jrd., day of Sept. 1941. f name of ". rll,1 against you the I Ifurd this 23i'cl.. dayvf Sept, 141.
TO MIIOM IT II\Y ro\riiiN Fish above cause; an.1r.. '

FlinUt.("a"e So. 1473f TAKE NOTICE THAT one I 3BChevrolet under Magnolia which Hotel. are engaged and IN C.RC"IT ('B""T. I U\I>K IHHI M"1'h.,' .Jl\rket. and County T.I"lrRJ.h" I I. herebydcsigitnt.t In 'to'r'It: OP IVTKVTIOV TOFI4'llrlOIM
M1'U1IeY. Coach Engine No. XI.RO784KS doing biiMlneiiH at "' >1VT,'. KI.OIIIOV.' llltVSmith lulriir buslnes at a. h. n"w"I".r 194)1 VA>IH
) which this order b* published 11(0.
I'f"1Mi'"plTBL.ICATIO bearing 1 194 Tag No. 2-2234H 127 Nalntit PtreetStarke. 4'9:11 1-. 204 Call Street once a week "h.1 4 hereby given that the 3 3undersigned
L1It with an Rppr8IH..1 vliu. of lens Bradford County, Fla. Irma !* Plaintiff v*. >VI1- SI.rk. Bradford County, Florida. week cun..ulv. tinder the provision
O ICE TO APPEI 3!. than II.COO, was .. .. HradtnrdCounty That the said business Is owned Ham H. Smith Defendant On Monday the said business Is owned WITNESS hand and the seal of Chapter 2UHS3. Law of
o Ot lorld" to: o.orl.New Florida July 2S. 1941, for and operated by the following Interested the 3rd day of Nov.mb.. and operated by the following In- ot this court my at Htarke, Florida, Acts of 1941, will I register :rtlh"
In violation
e Snuth being u..d of Section : 1941. the defendant. William 11 erestecl parties: Clerk of I the Circuit Court In and
parties this 24th of A.
f., 10 w York: 9, Chapter 11301. Laws of Florida, A. B. William. 127 N. Walnut Smith, whose residence I I. Unknown (1 T. Uurr.l. Stark,. Fla. 1941. .pllm'.r. ).1' for Itrsdforcl (County. Florida the '
'II' Je ulr.d to apPear onbeT 1939 and Is. the Street I. to appear to the hill At ", County FlorIda fictitious of
iII. Int.nlo' required ttarku. SEAL A. J Thomas, n.m.8 ,
.r. In above nam.dh.r of W. Scarborough, filed against him here- of 1941.IV IOI'pfeIAI. Park
1. j941 plaintiff State At Starke, Bradford County, Florida for Divorce day Ipt. of the Circuit Court l'h"l. Shop, 4
wherein the Department of .
Bev.rag. this 1st day of In. Park .,
John 8 Cowle .
t' d ciitodY of child. Florida ., Florida to sell 10-3 4t 10-24 October 1. This order to be published oncea "n.l.r which are and
Founty Telegraph hall the property above described at week for four week Tin ('IHCI'IT I'Ol IIT. EiGhTh l'lalnlff'* Attorney 9.28 t 10-1 doing business .at .n/aled.

rd,this, order in next four I public sale In front of the CnurtHouRe in Bradford County cnn.tv. a .11 UK'11. C''U'I.T OKKl.OH.lilt. Walnut Street
at Starke, Florida at 10.00 "OTI'I OF INTR"TIOV TO newspaper published ; said BradVFFIC'IAISEAD IV ""I HH4UPOUIIOl I V Till <'IH('I ir ('01'HT. K.KIIITIIJIIIMIM. Starke., Itrsdfcril County Florida.
.'""my"hand and official Real A. M on October 21, 1941. M \M H3 (' 'r"'. Illllllr OF Kl.OHIII That the salcl bu"ln.a. owned 3
1 FH''I'.IBII .
FIc1d*. thl. (September The State Beverage Department of I. alv"n that the A. j. Thomas IV ClltVtRRYDlly \. IVMI Volt nitl>KOHII and "p.ral"d by the following In.t.r""I.o S
rkC Florida reserves the right to reject d provisions Clerk Circuit Court.Starke. Jones Duerhelmer, .'0' VT1. parties:

!IAI, SEAL) .,. J. Thoma ny and all bids. ; :I 'd206'I.ll: :, of Flurlda. Florida October 1st., U4. Plaintf. .' (riivrKi Carnaslon. Corner Jefferson
Irk of ald Court. All persons claiming any right or Arts of 141. with the ltt-3 4t 1024.iv -vs- 141* J. Kemp Morgan, and Temple Streets Starke, Kla.
f, S Knight, interest In or to said property or Clerk of Circuit In and William O n..rh.lm.r. 1.1.lntlt.v. Ham K. 1 North ChurchStreet
any part t hereby required for Bradford County Florida, the )pf.nIR.t. Nn 1451 ,
'for a lf. 103. 4t 10-2 to appear 0n3rro make such fictitious name of .(.II.r ('B' "'r. \"fll ORDKIt OF SKR.V1CF3NoriCM Kaye Morgan, At r.untyFlor.* ;
1 claims within thirty (30) davs from Paramount Grill. (..1..1. FIOIUU'I' t1'! "U AI'I'I>AH DefendantOHDKIl >rti. thIs clay of Sept 1941.
the date of the first publication of I'It V. THE H'r T OF FLOIUDA: OF
under which we lire engaged and 0 t 10-10
roUlt C0't radford County this notice us provided for by Sec. doing huHlnc at EH. "peasley. Plaintiff, vs IluthCaiolyn '' \ I I O Duerhelmer whose \oTirn" TI I : 4 10-8_ _
..'lhRn 'K at.. Plaintff. lion 11. Chapter 19301, Lavts of IIS \V. Call Street f.a"l.y. Defendant. Ont114laf'et t.i.: .' Is 1903 Buker Avenue, TUG STATE OF FLoltlDA :
Katz the Florida 1939 to State Beverage day of November i I'tlia. New York. To Morgan whose resilience 'so'rlt'14. : OF IVTKVTIOV j
Ly Ih. Starke. Bradford ) Fla. : defetiJant Kaye "TB.
of November County : Uuth 1 Carolyn III 4.11 1 Kit KIITIIIIUM 5
3rd dRY hereby orl.t..1 that you are is Itock Ii ill. thereof
That bunln."H'la owned I .
V h. Katz. I. Department FlorllR. Tall.- tb..hl Is Un Mo1 t'.rnln. Notice Is
Fay whose residence to appear on the 3rd, day Itoberl h.r.hy given *
d.ftndant. hassee, Florida, or .. required
he and
10 BPPeKE the bill fled and Interest In and al .u.h property etl.ral.d the following Interest known. In required to appear. to cf November A. D I 4 ..for. the It Is M.r"h.1 ot.II..t' 1.1.1. you are und.r.'ln..I.. under the provision.
k ThlR p.rt.. bill for Divorce filed against aboxe entitled court, ofcomplaint .. SOHH3. Laws of Florida, j
;! herein. shall cease and terminate HI"n. Inc Starke Fla.Ktigeia th. bil required to .11'.1 the Sid day :t\\ I
week for fourlut've .nl.r. Acts 1941. will register with the
lll.hed I week once 1. In Bradford State R. W.Beverage Scarborough Iepartnient, Director of, Fla D. Connell, l'ras., Htarke >*r This herein order to be published once .nlt..1 fl..1 ...aln.t. .; )0" ''Brad theabove of above entitled. court. 1941 to the b.r.hill the of I 'lork' of I the Circuit ,Court In and .

T? Telegraph a newspaper Tallahassee, Florida. a week for four "n"'ullve week ford Telegraph" I I. hereby complaint filed against you In the 'or Bradford County, Florida the '
H. Trens.
L in said Bradford County. Flortl. Joseph "rnohl. Starke in Bradford County Telegraph a lenlgnntid all the newspaper In chnve entitled cause: and "Brad- ticiti.uananI.o..! :: ._ .. .. __
%:V d|, FI.rld. October 2. 1941. 9-1 10-1 Fla.At Mtarke, Bradford County Florida newspaper' publlnhedl; 1 In said BiudIOFFICI'AIBEAI. which this order shall be published ... ... .'........ ..n..R.n._I. ......i... ..__ S.._.n.._,,,,. imler' "T which L r..r ....tuyat. 4H1OII.encaged' and ,-
Thoma uencilnir *
A. for 4 consecutive
SEAL) once w..k leslgnated ns the newspaper In ;i
Mreult Court. 10-3 t 10-24 I\ TUB C1HC1'IT ('(ti HT. KIOIITHJiuiritL. 10-3, this 1.1., day of O.tob"r. 1941. .) A. j. Thomas vteek I which this, order shall" I lie publishedmce business at
('lilfi I'.' OF KIOKll 4t 10-2 Clerk CI.tult Court. W l'fNESmy hand and the seal a week for 4 consecutiveweeks' West Cull Street
>.\. lANU Full 111.UIOIU' Starke, Florida. 27 of this court at Starke, l'lnrhl. Stark Bradford tl".nty.. Florida.
,rcult Court Bradford Emma County Lou l'OVX''Y. 'vo'riE OF PKNTION TO 1941. 10-3 4 10-24 this 24th clay of S.vtetber. WITNESS my hand ami the si-at That the salcl ... la owned. '
,. in Chan..ry. Her- IV CIIA>CEHV III:lilH'I'til: KH'TI'I'lOlMK I 941 of this court at stark,'. and op.rA.d by the following In-

:n Plaintiff vs. Leonard L. Pur- Betty Fulmer, Notice Is hereby given that I the iv TIlE t'litt'liT ('(It ItT. KKIITIIjii (OFFICIAL 8K\L A. J. Thomas. his 24th day of September,'I.rlla.. t" pit Ion:; '. .
Thoma. I.
aliaS Mrs. A. Hartmann. dtarke, Fla.
Plaintiff, undersigned, under the provision Clerk the Circuit Court. liii.
.("ntlart. On Monday the 3rd -vs- No. 1431B. of l'hRptp. 20961 Law of Florida >i( i\i. ciiiriir OK 11.0" Waybrlirht A WaybrightPlaintiff's (..OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, At 1'Rrk.' Bradford ('OUnlY1101 Is{
defen- AVU! FOIl
November 1941 the lll\ IV UH.'UIOII I da, this 23rd, day of ,
r Herbert Prittere .J. Fulmer. A.te 19. will register with the V.IV. Atlorn.y. P-28. 4t 10-17 Clerk of the l'lrt11 l'\ "evt. '
Leonard .
of (Court In C'Ot Inhn S (Cowle
l.f.ndant. llr'ult .n,1 \\CKHV:
Purvis, whose reel- IV ( .
hum.I* for Bradford Florida the Attorney VOI If H OK IVTKVTIOV TO LHK.I.Itrii.lt
.. I I. required tor NOTICE TO fictitious name Cora Stroud.'alllalntr, .0'rU'.1 OF IVTK.VTIOV TO l'lalllff' 8-21 4 10.1 : KII'IIIIOIM 1VAMH
to the suit for divorce filed The STATE of FLOK1UATo Patio Juice Stand i'ht"rl'i'uot I N A silO
1432 hereby given that the ,.
This order to -\ No. OK IVTKVTIOV TO "
the 'B'.I.
Notice hereby given
him whose
,1 t her.ln. B. J Fulmar r"IIlencela under which we are engaged and under the provision
week for four James Stroud, : I 45111 1""I.r.II".d.
Ihllnheil once a Unknown. doing business at J' und.r.IKn.d. under the provision IMljM'I'I.:1 I..r..u" 209J3. Law nf Florida.
alive week In Bradford It Is hereby ordered that you are 124 W Call Slr ..t.AIRrke. )..f.nd.nt. SEHVICRNIITICM of Chapter 201153) : Florida. NIlh'. hereby Ilv.n that the Acts of 1H4I, will I register with the
Telisrraph. a newspaper pubIn the 3rd day Acts of 1941, will I RI'I.f with the Inl.rlln.d. under provision
required to appear on Bradford County Fla. TO APPKAll (lerk of th* Circuit Court In and
| raid Bradford County of November A. 1J. 1941 before the That the said business Is owned Clerk of the In and \ 20963) Ijiws of Florida, 'or, ,
01" FLOHIUA : FlorlI. the I
1941. The RTAT1J Act of 1941. will register with the Irlllu",1 County
let Florida
Florida October above entitled court, to the bill of and by the following In for Bradford County the .' ,
whose resllence
J. Thomas, np..I..1 To F. Htroud Clerk of the Circuit (' and.1rur nAm.
,HI SEAL) A. In the J.mp. fictitious name of
complaint against you parties: At1.lla. .urllil ( Military Distributors, t
t.r."t..1 Is (llenwuutl Avenue 'oilmhl.
Clerk of Circuit Court.t above entitled cause; and *Bradford Eugene I D. Connell. Stnrke, Fla leurgla H..lh.rl tic to tl!00 Store, IrAdfo< ( 01111. tA. the unr.r w. nre engaged and

10-24 County Telegraph" Is hereby designated At Starke, Bradford County Flor It Is hereby ordered that you "n..r whl.h. we """ul..1 and Cy "N" Al* Place. ,.Iolna huslne at
as the newspaper In which ida. this 1st, day of October, 1941.IV required to appear on the 3rd., day ". at under which we ate and 13 Call Street,
I,rcult Court Bradford County. this order shall be published oncea 10.3 4 10-2 of November A D 1141 befoie the I \V..t"1 art ford Street C.HlnlY. doing business, at engaged Stlrkl. Bradford r.unty. Florida
li.-In Chancery. Doris Fran- week for 4 eon etulv. weeks.WITNESS above entitled court to the hill of Ilark., the" said business I Florid.* Street, the .ahl business I I. owned
my the seal the nw.. IIv..t ..I and operated by I the following Interested .
[ James Patrick Heedy.imday In
edy VB. 4 ('01 HT. III complaint filed against you and operated by the following interesteI tln'k. I IrAdfnr.1 County. Florida.
Starke Florida. 'lu'.r un'oln ,
.November 3rd, 1941 of this court at (' above entitled cause, anti "lltailford business I I. owned partle.tllymiin
I dt-frmlant .Jameri Patrick thin 17th, day of September, A. D. ('KIIY.C. : .. "I.OltU'I' I'' County Telegraph Is hereby designated Van K parties Priest:, Madison, Via 'I'h.t operated, t.' ..hi the following In- (.'oiten. 151 Call Street I

1. whose r."ld.nc. 1 I. 887 1941.OFFICIAL. U Murphy as the newspaper In which teresttcl. parties, ; "t.rk. Via
Nancy M. Priest
vs Itosalle N. ,
8uldlnl'. Angeles, Cal- ( SEAL) A. J. Tho"aR. Murnhv "PIAlntfr. .Monday, this order .hal be published once Fla. i.nn. ('yru. H Slotrunk, 2IH OtangeStreet At tlark. nr.Hur.t ..unlY. Flor. \
ila .
Circuit Court.A.
Clerk of the clay 141.VOI'ICH .
to appear toml week for weeks. Starke ,
;i Ito: : the 3rd, day of NO\.lh.r. the a cvn..ullv. At Htarke, Bradford Florida Fla. 2rd.
divorce filed against P. Carnot dpf.ndRnt. Nancy Murphy 194.Pink WITNljSH my the seal thin 23rd., day of cn.nlYi Alma I'J. Hl.trunk 218 I''
10-10 Or.nl.
l-reln. This order to be pubOnce Plaintiff .Attorney 9-19 4 Hill, N C, Is required to appear to of this court at Slarke, Ilnrld'L. 1"11. 94. li..I. HI."k. Fla OK I''I'ITIB' T4 .. '
i a week for four contt the hill for Divorce filed against this 17th. day of September, ., Iark. .", fri ('olnly. Flor It ItO iei'i'ui: IU"I'I'I'IUII '.4 II Iii \
weeks In Bradford County IV ''Til ('hht't IT ('OIIIT. lilt 'U- her herein 1941. TirK or T""T.B' 'to .. this 23rd day of ".pl. 1941.OP Notice In that theundersigned 1
b Iph. a newspaper published ('O1'TY FLOHIIIl. IX This order to be published oncea (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thor", IIKill*'I'Kit FICTI I I0t;. "A SIlO In.r IIY. provision i,,'
ill Bradford County, Htarke ClltNCFIlV.Janle week for four week Clerk of the Circuit Court.A. Notice. Is h."hvlv.n that 'the I, nf Florida
6,1, September 29th., A. D. E DkKson In Bradford I ( cnn..ulv. anewspaper 1'. ('srIt. undersigned' under the prn'I.lon.hoal9 l4)'l't'I'l IVTKVTI4IV TOIIKUlNrKIt r"I'h of \1941 I: wilt I register with: the I
Plaintiff, published; le said Bradford I'laliitlff Attorney 9.19 4 10-10 of 20ii61. Law of Florida: : : I..I.I.IUI" V I MM f'l.rk of the ( In and \
\ Notice I. that the "Ir.ul I'.rt.
('IAL i SEAL) A. J. Thomas. -VB- "ounty.IO'FIClL Act I, will I register with the hereby Ilven for Bradford the ,
Circuit Court, Bradford Co,, Clerk of the ( Court, In and und.r"I.I.d. under pr. IRIon.f.t flctltlou. .
I Morris Lee Plckson. SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'Irtult
a' 10-3 4t 10-24 Defendant. Clerk Circuit Court iv TIIR miriiT. 01 u r. KJIUHIM. :IHITI fur Bradford Co.nly. Florida, the *Chapter of 1941 209A3., will register IMVIU of with": :' ,,r.rRt'ra..tar. Co, I ,
ll CIir
I ORDER OF AND Florida September 29th. II "1.01.I f let It Ion. naml of inder whl.h we are and
bTIIBOF IVTRVTIOTO NOTICE PLULIATIO: 1f.arke.: 10-3 4t 1024l I ll> \. IV AVU FOIl Inl'U"'OII Ueorge'a Hpaghettt House' and Clerk for Bradford of I the IIN'llt' Court Florida, In, tbs lolnir; business at .nlate.I
tOt M County
THE STATE F FLOKIDATo Half Moon Lodge, HI reel,
.1-'I.t:1 FHTlrlOltl VAMH Lee who's residence IV Cll \VtF.IIV under which we are engaged and fictitious name of Btarke. Bradford County, 1l'loriia.'i'hai I ,
hereby given that the I Morris in 11tk.on., N. C. ('UK'I IT ( Ol HT, lilt \DKOIlllfOI Cleo D'Alp.aandro.v.J'lalntl doing business atWest Bradford II n.Ind.r l the said business I I. owned : "
rn.d( under the provision which w* are engaged and
..-liter 20953 Laws of Florida, It hereby Ordered that you \ No. 1431Kocco Bradford Call Street.Starke (, Florida. doing business at .n.1. ..p.r.l.t by he fOlowln. In'I' 3 ,
I["r< If4I. wil register with the I are 3rd required A. D. to 1941 appear before on the November above- Hanmel F. Ph.lan. Plaintiff v*. D'Alessandro, That the said .nl.ly.'. I I. owned Slat U.nd 13, J. B::1 snide' .t Rtarke. FU. I I. ;
nf the Star Me Bradford
In andIradford County Florida.
Court Defendant.OKDKtt '
Mary F.
l'h.IRn. Defendant. On and operated by the following Interested ,
the bill of complaint j At Htarke. Ihndfnrd County, Flor (
court to
I entitled .
County. Florida, the Monday dav of OF SERV1CKSNIVTICM That the said business I is ownedand \
J"u. name of I filed against you In the above entitled 1H4I the defendant.3r. Mary Nov."I.r.. Ph.IRn. TO APPKAll: p"rte.: 117 West Call operated by the. foluwln.Interested ida thl. Jrd., clay of Hept.. 1941. 1,1

|ry'.. i cause; and Bradford County of 200 West 2Ulh St. New York The STATE OK FLIitll)4To Ourlnl. 'prAI'., '. parties: "

which we are,engaged-and I Telegraph \ h JeJY,, de lgripted, an In M" ',-II"'lulr.d to appear to the Kofco U'AI..nRndro.who... tI "t.Htarke, Bradford County, Florida Llndnav clrlffls, P. O. DOS 114. ; vorifH 01" iv. 1'f'TIO. TOhll.Gl't'I'I'iI "I 1
blIfl.Sp at the duly i : newspaper bill filed against her residence I* Unknown. this 23rd, clay of Hept. 1941, Htnrks. Fla. : : Kl<" MIII
I Call 'Ir"pl. which this shall be published herein. It Is hereby ordered that you are At tlark. Bradford (olnly. Plnr-1 Notice I. hereby given that the ', i I
f, Bradford County Florida. once a foul con ccutlv* This order to published once required, In appear nn the 3rd, day I ida, ., day of Sept JI. "..I.r.lln."I. tinder the provision'
fi I the said business la owned weeks. a week for four consecutive. week of November A. D. 1941 before the'' ""o'ru' OF IVIK.VTIOV: 'I'Oi of Chapter 20II9JI. 1-t.ws. of Florida !.
fin-rated" by the following In- Witness my hand and the l.al of In Bradford County Telegraph, a ahov. entitled court to the bill (if <944): i StIlt: FICTIIIOIN VAWM Mk will,: tllrrtW\\ the .:
1-d parties: this Court at Starke, l'h.rlda. this newspaper published; In I said Brad complaint filed against you In th.' Notice hereby given that the 'sI'i'I'Il Uf IVIKV1IOV T' rll\ ( ", and
H-rtw t'hrl.Ilulou. 411 Nona 17th day -September' 1941.: ford, County. above entitled cause and "BradfordCounty nd"rIKn.d.. 1..1.1 the prnvl.l.n. it Edt "' '':; 1.." VAVIM Tor "rty. Florida. the ;
SEAL) A. J. Thomas Is Notice tbut the :11
Htarke. Fla ( ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Telegraph' hereby designated < 'hauler O of Florida h.r.hy "Iv.n fh"I.I. nam.
k Alexander, 411 Nona Street As Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford O'J'ICJAI Clerk Circuit Court a. the newspaper In which Acts of 11(41 I will I register with his u".rll"n"d. under the ,provision HI. Store. I I

". County, Florida.Attor'nlyrfro'rnpIaIntlff.. HtlUke. Florida September 211th., this order shall l"U published once Clerk of fTfn C"lr.ult Court In nn,1tnr Chllll.r 100531 Law. of "'I."ht.. under which w. are engaged and 1
hurke' ; Rradford County Flor- 10-3 4t a week for 4 <.un..culh. wicks Bradford County. Florida the 1941 ..,1.1.1 with tueClerk d.ln. buslne nt I ,
thli 23rd. day of Sept. 1941. | 9-19 4 10-1 14. 10-2 WITNESS my hand the seal fictitious name of of the Circuit .rt. and W..I Call Street 'il
of this court at Starke, Florida.this Tip Tip Urocery or Tip Top SuperMarket for Bradford County.I Flurld., the StRrk. Bradford County, Florida. \ ;'
OTHE OF I NOTICK: OF IMK'VTIO' TOHKI9'I'Elt l\ ('litti I'r ('oi HT sit t JFOI. 17th, day uf September, A. D. ric'tltlou* name ofluldon That the said hu.ln... la owned 'i' !
TW\T.O' TO FlflirlOl .\>IH < OIVI1. "'I.IU'I' 1 1941. under which are engaged and ( frli. and operated by the following In I 'li
".I-I: 'U"rl'I'.Ol"i ') Notice hereby given' that the ( I:It V. (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, doing buslnes at Inlpr whl are engaged and, terests parties: S :!

J-lgned that the undersigned II, under the provision Maurice' I.nwln, Plaintff. v*. Clerk of the circuit Court Ill East Call Street.Starke business at M.rrl. M Hnvbln, West C.1 I. i '
under the Call Street.Htarke .
provl.lon. Dorothy Lowln. ) On '
WaybrlKhtaybrlght Bradford County Florida. "tr.et,
of Florida Hlark. )
rV.1,20"'i) ? Law of Florida of Chapter 20953, Laws with the Monday, the 3rd, day of November, Plaintiff Attorney D-19 10. That, the said business I Is owned Bradford County, Florida. At Htarko, Bradford County, Florida .
will register )
: 4 '
of 1941. That .
1941. will register with the Act Court, In and 1141 the defendant, Dorothy Lowln, and by the Interested t the said business I. owned I this IlIrd day of Sept 1941.voniK j
ot Circuit operated I
of the
the Clerk fllowh,1
I Circuit Court In and cif 115-19 Orosvenor Place Kew and operated, by the following Interested '
'rarord, ) ('oun ty. Florida the for Bradford County Florida the Hardens, Long Island N. Y. IH required In Circuit Court Bradford n t C. H. parties Fla. purlieu ,t"1
name of j fictitious name of to appear to the )bill for Florida. In t'knncery. RoseKing l: NBSworthy.. Slak. FlorIda Jim Forest 601 Madison Avenue OK ivmvriov TO I.. *
Co. At Htarke, : ..
Mi Beauty Salon and Dress Trianon Building & Supply Divorce filed against her herein.This v*. Stanley I". King On At Starke, Bradford County, Flor.idtL ; IIK.lilMIK.lt: KIC'IIIIOIN VAMMNotice 4
under which we are engaged and of this 23rd, day of Hept. 1941. I I. hereby given that the j "
order to be published oncea day the 3rd day Nov.rher. this 23rd., day of Sept 1941,
'hl'h w. are and doing business at week for four consecutive week he defendant Stanley F. King undersigned under the provision 1 "
bnsjne5 at enga..d 10th and Cherry Street, In Bradfoid County anewspaper whose residence I is unknown III"flrd VOTICM OF IVTKVTIOV TO of Chapter 20961 Law of Florida. 'I' .
I Ktroet.I Starke Bradford County, Florida. published I: : .quired to appear to the HK.UIMIKIt FUTIIIOIM NA1M VOI'ICIt ttf IVTKVTIOV T4II > of 1941, wilt: register: with the S i''
'. ltrflifflrd County That the said bu.ln.... owned ford County. rrad against him herein. This order tot Notice hereby given that the I'G: I TK.lt: KHTrilOIN VAHMNotice tk of Hi* Circuit Court, In and

.'t the said business Florid. and operated by the / lilt ( HEAL) A. J. Tho" >. published once each week for Ind.nlln.d. under the provisions hereby given' that theu..I.rlll..I. Bradford f'o.nly. Florida the t 1 .
p.ral.,1 by the following In- partiis UI'FJCIAL Clerk Circuit Court.. four consecutive week In Bradford 20U53. I.BWS of Florida, under th* .rovl.lo"* fi" ,,,, name
PRrle tested. GainesvIlle Fla.. Florida. September 29Ih., County Telegraph a newspaperiublishid Act of 1941, will i register with the 20 will 61. Laws :hrl H. II. John lion I I Iisnier
'. Mundy. Jr., Stark. .John F. Selle. Oalnesvllle. Fla Rllrke. 10-3 In said Bradford County. Clerk of the Clr'ul Court In and Act of 11)41) register the which w* are engaged and 'j
At Bradford County Florida 14. 4 10-2 Hlarke, September 17th A. 'or Bradford Florida the Clerk cif the Circuit Court., In and, :dolnir j bulns at 11
ttarke. J'iorld.
lh7.r .iBr"dford County Flor- ., day of Sept. 1941. I). 1941. fictitious name for. Ir.dfurd County. FI"rlJa., the Washington, M'r..t. I I
I'1", : day of Sept. 19U. VOTICK OF IVTKVTIOV TO (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Honors Jewelry A Army Supply n.". KL.rk. Iradrort County Florida. j. I
OF IVTKVriON TBFU"rl'rIBI" RI.I'I':1 ...1.1..1.101'1 Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Louie's Army Store ,fpnt'lht.' th. .. business la owned I
'OTlCF AB NoU.. I hereby /lv.n th. County, Florida 9-19 4t 10-18 handing Jewelry Mili whl.h we are engaged and anti opeialod by the following In
OTf" P OF IT8NTIOV TO ItIGIsI'Elt: that the und.rllgn.d. under provisionsof : *, doing t".I..." at ter..t.r parties' l
"I.t:1: IU'TI'IOt1 NAMI Notice hereby given Chapter 209S1 Law of Florida, we are engaged an.1dolnl Boad 13, .J.hu. Htsrke Fla.
'Ira, und.r"IKn.d. under the prnvl.lon.of Florida. Acts of 1941, wili I register with the In Circuit Comt, Bradford County huHln.. at Starke. Bradford County, Florida. Al ., Bradford., County Florida .
'iIlnpd under the provision Cbaptp. 209S1. Law of with theClerk Clerk of the llrt,1 Court In andfor Florida In f'h.rH'pry. Dorothy 131 Enst Call That the said business 1 Is owned this 21rd, day of Hept. 141.onnrit .
,,'PI.r 20953 Law. of Florida Acts 14. will r.gh.t.r In and Bradford COlnly. Florida thefictiticis Carver v.. W lj ster On T"mpl. M'rle., and "operated I by the f"Uowlnl In.
fl4. wil register with theridfc.i of Circuit name of Monday November 3id lUll, the 2U1 1 East Call tereslerl partle:
Court. In and for Bradford County 1"lorlda. the Tic Too Tap and O.I.al..pn. d.r.ndant. W. I..sier Carver, whose Mt .. Bradford Itr..t. Florida A. Hartmann, Box 415. nf P"II.IC'TIB' AVIIVOIUM
Co.nty, r' Florida the fictitious name ofStark. under which, we .n"I&"d residence I. JI..lhunl. Ufiorgla, That the said i business I is owned At III ark a, Itrati toni County, Flor- : .: I.
"UI flame f Alley. doing business, at to bill filed In MIC, |his 23rd., day of Sept 11141 Th. State of Florida toi, Drury
and the
required operated by
hlow.ngar and ,
A engaged f.IIJwlA J. D Jones. Jacob Johns,
Pare under lit East Call Street, against him herein. Thin order to rieddlsli.
r whi'h w. t.r.HI..1 Mary C. A. Johns, J. i). Jones Janice
business at week for four
are andThnmpsn dolntf Bradford Florida. be one a 130 RustCall -
business at en.aled T.mpl. Avenue, Fla. Sluk. the said business C.unly. In owned ,' .ubl.h.d. w e "k" In Bradford (tertrud Street, l"n.lel.m". .n.. .O'.1 Oi 1'rr"TIU' TO D, Jones, A.ly J.n.., Jesse N. Jon. ,

.. Street St"rk. (County I iii owned and operated by the following Interested County T.1"\ra.h. a newspaper Louis 201 af CallStreet ''::11'1'' : ...11.111" ''*i4 t..o J. Inl'h. Franklin Jordan I
Kranklln Jordan.
itaifnrl County.. That the said business In'ers"AVea.rdtonl425 pRrl..: pubii s h Url.lnrd CountyHtiirke I Mhafkl'' Noll' h.r.hy that the I MI.b.l.
t Floria. .
the said bUaln"N I and operated by the following Al .' : I .'k.FIIR. Florida, ". I7lh At Starke, Bradford County, "In. In.t..II".d. under the pr.vl.lo.* Jr. 'lal'h. Mr. Luvlcy' .
":: by th. following In- A. S<.hn ,liier, 1941. ida, this 23rd, clay of H"pt. .I.| r 30981. Uiws of !Florida;! hatch II irr.i Mattle I A.Demorest.
Walnut Street U4. 1 ._ A ,, *. It
...; le : At HI.rk. Bradford County FlorIda (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. .1. Thomas ..,- ,. .. _.. .r"'r' ... .f 11..yWI f.
.. i,' MUon' p- O. Box 262. At tIRrk.. Bradford County Florida I ., day of Sept 1941. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Clerk of fWn Circuit ('ourt. In and Ivlnf. and If any be dead, '
Fla. Jt.. day of October 1941. County Florida19 t 10-10 IV flllftir ( 01 HT. III 'U.UIU for Bradford County, Florida, the II.rt.. .I.lnlnl 1.I.r..t underany
tarli'!1 Pr <"ord County Florjrd 10-3 4t <1)1 %T". "'I.OIIU'I' 1 fictitious of or otherwise In
hi1 day of 10.2 iv rniriir (01 HT PII1tDYOIII> ('K.HV.Klhel: Three Friends nam. Barber Shop sir to I the land hereinafter de
Sept 1941. 4 01 Ml. "'I.f"I"I" ('HtV.hfleannr '()i't'Fl OF IV1KVTIOV TO H. Hunley, Plaintiff. V*. under which we are etgsgetj, i anti H'rlb.d. and to all unknown person
VrlCi C,F ..T.1''rIB" TO C lIly.: JtI4.la.rIIt: '.' Sill William II. l"nl.y. Defendant doing at aiming any right, till or InterestIn ['
OF 'PPI.I''T.O: 1I'BTU'F. 4 '": URrr.t. Plalntfr. v.. Notice Is 1..1.1..0'Ilv.n that the On O ( day of November 122 Call h".ln".1 Street, said lands: which land are sit.uttte .,
f.FOI T' IE.n Notice Is hereby given that the Wesley lamu.1 larr.t. undersigned under provisions r'hh' d.lendunt, Wll- "Bradford County Florida 'In Htark, Bradford Cnunlyf
liii, '. ) und..lln.d. under the provision On ? 3rd 1941, of Chapter 209S1. Law of i"iorida.Acts : item H ',n .y whose residence I I. Stark.'I'hat the said business I* owned Florida and "...rlhl. a* folow"l:
Samuel 1
"T'.F IS 1iFI1ERy OIVEN 20953. Law. of Florida. the defendantt'.siey Oar- of 1941, will register with the Unknown. Is required In appear to and operated by the following In- 1..I"nln.at point I''
st Smith and Mary Acts of 1 41. will register with the rett, I I. required to appear to the Clerk of the Circuit (Court In and the bill for Divorce filed againsthim l.rp.I..1 ; l.r..I.n of th. North line of .
..Imlh holders of Tea Certi- Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and Bill for Divorce filed against' him for Bradford County, Florida the herein. W. U. Mundy J..rUea Jr., P. O. hog f'.U .Ir..t with the West line of
It I t Numbered reRp"ttv"ly. 187P for Bradford County Florida the herein. This Order to be publishedonce fictitious name of This order to lie published oncea Stark 'Ia. 15. In the City of Htarke. ,
I 11) l?. 7h.' *- .uly. 1902; fictitious name of a week for four consecutive City Barber Shop and Bradford week for four consecutive week At HI.rk.. Bradford County, Florida Florida, and run North 17 degree .
till Id the 5th.. Au. City Co. (Not Ine) week In Bradford County Telegraph Barber Shop In Bradford 'ounty Telegraph a hi. 23rd day of 1941. 42 minute East 32H.2
Pf JniV; ?i.l37 issued the 4th, under DruM we are enraged and a newspaper published In under which we are engaged and newspaper published In said Bradford Hept. theme run North III degree.j' ;
l"" 5Ij ,,1927; and 1-lrd of No. doing business at said Bradford County.OFFICIAL doing business at County. minute West 53.IS feet, I''
have M h"Bth' d o' J"1 3:. ( SEAL> A. J. Thoma Iv7 Call Street' and Court Street (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thorn, l>f TO run South 17 (degree 42 minute '
nd fji.d same ain my o r Starke."nradford' County Fla Clerk Circuit Court. Btarke Bradford County. Florida.Thai Clerk circuit Court. It'B'r.'v. KHTMIOI IVTHVTIOV"Sill Wst 3IH74 feet to the North line

".d have to mad. applicatlcn, for That the T.ald business FIRrke. Florida September 18th. { the said business I* owned MI.k. Florida; August 25th., 1941. Notice. I. hereby given that" the of Call .Ir..t. thence run Mouth 4r f1.
I $b. issued. thereon and operated by the following In- 9-2 t and operated by the following Interested I-U 4 10-1 U".r.lrn.d. under the provisions 72 d..r.. II mInutes East alone .
'rttl.al. the North of Call 2.5
reap.cl v"ly em- tere.ted parties: partle: 20963. Law of Florida In. Mtr.ft
In the follovi prop- .1. J. Canov5 Oalne.vIU., Fla.Flor (IHC1IT OIRT.. 11R4IFOflD S. K. Sparks. Starke Fla. OF IVTKVTIOV TO Act of 1941 I, will 1 register with the feet to th of beginning, :
Of County ef Bradford. At Stark*. Bradford County ('0. _." (' At Htark. Bradford Cnun.I. FlorIda .O.CI ii VAWM Clerk of the Circuit In andfor YOU AND EACH OF TOLl,
Florida. "TY '
,Lor 8WL. Mec to-wit: Ida this 1st., day of October, 14. ('V R V"Aiinle. II.ORIU' this 23rd, day of 14. Notice IlcT.'ru.s that the Bradford County lourl. ". the hereby wh.th.r notified known that or a unknown suit ha. beenlirnught are .i

t. ponlalnlng 40 15 Twp. T S 10-1 10-24 Vlrll Hope Plaintiff v.. undenl.n.d. under the provision fictitious name of against you Circuit .,'

I. braced Acremor.under James Hope. Defendant OF IVTKVTIOV TO I0913. Laws of Florid. Stark Beauty Hhoppe, Court of Bradford !0 "I' Florida, \
0.11. Certlfl- ?4OTCIt OF IVTKNTIOV TOnMISTK On Monday November 3rd 141, "BTU'V.- HUTirlOlH ..IV Acts of 1941, will. register with the under which w. are engaged and In 1437, by
E of KUTITIOll B the defendant, James Vancy Hope. Notice I. hereby given Clerk of the Circuit (Court In and doing business at linger D "W'I.t':4: I llurlo A. Well \
..b l Inl lb:feet or N or* NEJ 420 Notice is hereby given that the I. required to appear to the hill for under.lln.d. under the provisions for Bradford County Florida the North Court: Street a. In which you '
& See 20 undersigned under the Provision Divorce filed against him herein. Law of Florida, fictitious name of Htarke. Bradford ounty.. Florida.' and each of an"r also A. L.Alvare .
'alnlne' acres Twp. 7 a. R.le1 2 of Chapter LaWs of Florida. This Order to b* published once a fCI'ho.t ; I IOUf registerwith tha Eastern Auto Supply. That the said business I. ownedand and you Annl Alvare. hi*
'brac. under more or No. Act of 1941 2093.. register with the week for four consecutive week Clerk of the Circuit Court In and under whlrh we are engaged and operated by the following In wife W. M. Edward and Dall Ed '
C.rtflcat. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and In Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper for Bradford County Florida, thef.ttouJ doing business at t.U.I.d part..: warhs his wife are defendant
or Florida the In said Brad 307Vest Call H Alma I P. O. hog 201,
of .r. suit
County name
7 RWI N of Ry Bee. for Bradford "ty. < that th* relief sought In >*ld
8. E.. I fictitious name of ford County. Darby's. Htarke, Bradford Florida. Btar" Fla. I., to quiet and confirm plaintiffs'till
; fOurs o 2 Iess. Containing I. 'Economy Service Co. (OPFICIAI. SEAL) A. Thomas, under which we are engaged and That the said business la owned At ttarke. Bradford County Flor to said above described land
Certificate No. 321.embraced I under which we are engaged and Clerk Circui Court. dolnir business at and operated by the following In ida. ., day of Hept. 1941. a* an Iml.fmslhle fee simple title

, of SW' 30 T 8, doing business at Stark. Florida. t"P'; 18th til Call Street. crested parties: and to establish the boundaries .
Twp. 10-li
: e :', See : Avenue.Stark. 141. 4t Stark Bradford County, Vincent H. HI. John, Btarke, Fla. thereof and
Acres Temple VOTIf TO you are hereby required 41
i nlalnln. more ; I.T..Tlf'
Fla. That{ Irl''a At Htarke, Bradford Florida -
,"n'ttla .. Under I-Ird.. Bradfoou. owned I the said business r"u.ly. RKUItrK.K: ( .,MM ti> appear (personally or by
e ..... No 275. That the said business is interested %OTlrl OP IVTKVTIOV TO I and operated by the folowlne thl. 21rd. day of Hept. 14. Notice Is hereby given that theundersigned attorney) In .aid Court and cause
.m.nt of the said prop'ndl.hr and operated by the folowln. RK KHTII-IOI S VAMR I created parties: under the. provision on October 20. IV4I, or the allegation
I II sail Certificate No 11 partlel: 211. Notice I. hereby given that the John I.!. Darby North CherryCha IV TIIK ('111(111 rot'HT IV AVII of Chapter 20953. Laws of Klorlda of plaintiff. sworn Bill of
vflant n.m. of Unknown; Th. 1_* )1. Barton. P. O. Box under the provision Str.et. Volt Ul-IVOII COl"T V,: Art of 1941. will I register with: the Complaint will be taken a. oonfensnd -
."uj 1 of said Property under Stark.. Fla. ??,. und.r..ned.20953. [awe tit Florida *. A. Darby. North Cherry .LOlln. I Clerk of the Circui Court In and by you The Bradford
.f L ate No. 12' WU In the A\ ttarke. Bradford rounty 141. Act ho.l 141. will register with the Str..t. Th. Itat. Florida for Bradford Florida, the County Telegraph I Is hereby de.lg.naled r
.\, 'J. Thomas; the assessai4 ida : day of Otob.r. Clerk of .*. Circuit Court. In and At Htarke, Br.dford County Florida Is b.rebylv.n that on flctltlou name eO'.ntl. as the duly qualified new.-
1 Property under said 1I t4htl.l 1021'sOTlf'1i for Bradford County. Florida the this 23rd, day of H..t. 141.Of the JSth day of October A. D 1'4. Htarke Auto Part. paper In which this notice shall b* .
fictitious nam of at 10 o'clock A. M., nr a* tinder which we are engaged and published once each week for four '
Ezc.sj OF INTRTIO TO Rvervbody Lunch woTtep: ..Tr.T.O. TO thereafter a* same can b. heard doing business at cons.outlve week prior to said)
E II AcId cctuM I. R FICTITIOl I 14HI5otice under whi-h! we are enraged and REGISTER Flt'I'nO" the umlorilgned intends to apply 151 Court Street, return day.Witness .
pmlnt ol Stomach R" Tui Thereby given that the doing business at Notice I* hereby that th"I to the Honorable A. : Adkln. a Btarke. Bradford County. Florida.Thai my hand and official seal ,
under the provisions 300 Temple Avenue, und.rl.n.d. under the pruvlsloni t Judge of the Circuit nur at his t the said bu.lnes. I is : at Hlarke. Bradford County Florida
Ulcers, Inl. under"l.n.d. LSWU of Florida Btarke. Bradford County Florida. of Chapter 20H13 Laws til Florid. office an ittarke, for an and operated by the following ;. thl.iHeplember 13, 141. S
1.C 20'5. register with the That the said business I. owned Act of 141. will f register with th<, order authorl.ln.the undersigned terested parties: OFFICIAL HKAL> A. J. Thomas
Hb. Clerk Acts of of n. Circuit Court. In and and operated by the following In Clerk of the Circuit Court and I to Hb.rt Robertson. W. r. Cooley. P. O. Dos 233,' Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford
l Ie. umpl. U Bradford County Florida thefictitiOus parti*.: for Bradford County Florida, the I minor. Mtarke. Fla. County Florida.
I # *111 0 for name of t.r..tl. F. Odom, P. a Boa 51. fictitious name of Joseph F Rab.ck. At Stark. Bradford County Flor' Knight 4k Knight.
tPlNTER.S: *- Stark. Dry Cleaners Laundry Stark' via. Florida and Kill Theatre. 1-20 4 10-17 ida, this 13rcl, day of Sept. 141. Attorney for Plaintiff.
DKla STORE under which we are engaged and At tark. Bradford County Florida 9-Il tt 10-17

till JJ4., day of lpt 1.4. .5


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Iti>]f!*!'" ,+Y'191(: 'I I' i GUM BRANCH !' and J. A. Haraage Saturday after I HIGHLAND:SUM Hth \\lmberly I Oscar visited McCormick F. M. Crews of Jacksonville recently.1 with Ruth Mrs:Marl Car---lhhel1l--- tkltyI ,

I II. By
Jfl Brooker Brevities
l (t fly MM. E ]lx.::, and Mis J Sapp Mrs.\ H \Vlmberly has returned Gilffls were visitors to Gainesville Grltfls, Romeo 4
Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Dobbs and Mrs. H. H. Keene: were attending from a visit with her one day last week. GI'iffts'el' Pretlcotiu:
+ v Q ( fly Mr Eldon'' lIa rely CIKTIIDVV PARTY :.litldren of f'alatka were visiting church at Pleaaant Grove In 'daughter Mrs. N. T. Green near Mrs N. T Green and baby and I 0 G In LaWley SNbfrs

'w I Elks Lucille Melvin, was the I ;'InV.. F. Harnage and J. A. Baker County Saturday.Mr. i St rke. JMIsa: Beth \Vlaabeily spent Wednesday ot Doctors [ Green and ell
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1 ; Harnage Sunday IMI' ( and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and here with relatives. were ben
tic? Mrs. J. P. Roberts was hostess honoree at a surprise swimming Mrs H. C. Wlmberly, Miss, E day
I ChastaIn children of the State Farm were. Mr. and Mis. D, M Davia'of
and Mis. Carlton Fan-
M. Grlffls and M. ,
td : Thursday afternoon. Sept 2, from party and welnor roast Friday Mr. Mrs. Ricks. M, Gr'itfl
r three until five o'clock when she at Hampton Lake The occasion of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs dinner guests rf and I Ilwir ning made a business trip to Pa- I Starke were visitors here Thurs Stal'ke Monday made a Ir
t Starke were F. S. Sapp Sunday. of last week.
f 'ewleVarren 0 day
r ,;; entertained members of the latka and Welaka recently. Mr and Mr.
; Bridge: Club Everyone enjoyed wan her sixteenth birthday visiting at the home of their par. I and Mrs Vanlce Keene and Mrc, N. T. Green visited rela- MIC.. H C. WlTibeily, Miss Ethel, erlck PC8Coti, F.; PI'eacOlt

'+, tf tfa ; r an hour of fun and bridge, after annivcr" ,aiy. Swimming was en- snK! Mr. and Mrs J. S, Sapp, son Van Ice, Jr., of Lawtey were tives here recently and was accompanied -' Ricks', C. M. Grlffls and J, F. Grit Prescott and Mt and MI1I[
n oycd after which welners were I IMr. section visitors to Doctors Lakei Vaughn
which tempting tuna fish salad oun'lay afternoon. visiting in this Saturday home by Miss Beth f Is were I were in Brcoker
', and saltines were served by the roasted and supper was tlel'vedI I and Mrs, T. N Noiman'' afternoon, Wimberly for a two week's visit. I i Thursday of last week. Alec William.. Sunday,
( rii hostess Mrs M. C. Hall wan picnic: style. The honoree received und son, Gerald, spent Monday' Mrs.. Ruth ]l I.. arr, Miss 'Louise Mrs. Cromwell of Starke visited pent last Week of J.ckao,
beautiful from '
n. awarded prlzi for high and Mrs.I. her friends many, gifts i with relatives at Pine Level. j MANt'SCRHT: 'O'EUS11I1 Marr, Mlas Kathleen Marr visited it lends here Saturday.M. nephew, Joe, Marr, hero With

B. Harilson won low. I IB.I''UST Mr and 1>[1'11. R C. Grover of per 100 BRAUFOKD COUNIVTELEGRAPH. I Mrs. Louis Norman at Lawtey j .-, and 1\'rs. B. M. Carruthers K. C Mnycumber

('UUI' :(.;I NEWS I Miami were visiting Mrs.. W. F.j j : last week. of Jacksonville spent Sunday here villa WI\S a visitor I of JII.:.
here 7,...
It SWIMMING PARTY lie-. G. i'';. !MtCHiiley, I'a+ler. I
Ovid Lewis and Miss Irene 10:00 o'clock-Sunda School.

Thomas entertained Mr and Mrs.I 11:00: o'clock-Morning WorHhlp. POPEYE THE RECRUITING OFFICER HAS FOOD FOR THOUGHTI
: Morgan Tllghman Mr and Mrs. 7:30: o'clock--Even ng Worship
+, ie C. H. Layfleld, and Mr. and Mrs.I KrCiyone. Is urged to attend. AHQN1SUJAB.. V T3S-T-POPEVe-* ARF-ARF r1cxT SOME HOSTE'S'SJ':
e y' .1, C. Keene with a swimming J MUST PLENTY* VA GETS UNIFORMS M DA I YM GLAD I ENLISTED,
s y i VA LOOKS LIKE ft COST IM TH NAW Yozr: pay in the 1
1..-. and Mrs McDavid of .. BUT SOU SURE r''ta"
Roy is
n party Saturday afternoon at Crys A MILLION -C? "TC BUV A NAW FREE U1HEN 'IA THE PAy ,vy "'J :',ir
y,, tal Lake. Swimming was enjoyed -. Lai,ley were via,ting the lattcr'spments BUCK' yNr UNIFORM LIKE ENLISKSAN' FREE GRAVY No rent to pox. No toed,,9
K i GRAW.! bvr N.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal :; dooeyo,
r+ r until a late hour when supper THAT. FOOD AM MO denti.t'e bioi.. Evan mower.
lrf ', 4 Ih '' 10 was served picnic style. Everyone -1 Sunday.; DOCTOR :, m.ntta' are fre. And when you end sea)ahsr.p enly;" "tN".J.*

{ :r I' had a grand time a.* they Mrs. Frank Feagle and duugh- a OR gives you$11800woilhorumfotml; I Naoy
+ + knew swimming parties were almost te.., ..ruanita Mrs. Mac Hull and n : DENTIST f j And if
? you want lo learn ,,
f' i', vi gone with winter approaching child.. en. Betty Lee and IJucky. th. lace lo do,t.Thorn or.?forty Iod.Wodd,"?',.N::'
t arid JWl i's M.nnle: Lou Hazen werelio.jplns 1
t3' ; -1 / you can horn ,traiitiir thaI'
; In Gainesville: Saturday. \1 1a of dollars the first year huoG.o4

iMi t.AIy k r.-T. A. MIKTH: : Mr.. and Mrs. C. H. Layfleld > The Navy effort the
P t. r. The Brooker P.-T. A. held Its unit. Mr. and Mrs N. C. Mott an'I IMa s a young to.n.If 170.chance Oi Wefn?bwf1
p. regular> Wednesday I you die overe+?(h..C/9r
monthly meeting -
wli all attended the Lewis Reunion

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iJP October 1. A short progtam :'UFEINTHEU S Nwr
In Kingston.: Ca., Sunday irons the Navy Editor, of this
was given by members of the inwipOM 5 1A, ,
4 Mi1, and Mrs B. F. Hazen attended wrilo or call.
t first second, third and sixth the Primitive Baptist ASHO-
r grades. The meeting was called clallon in Georgia Saturday andSunday. cC:::)
., a s to order by the president Mrs. 1 d: BUILD MOUR COlJN1'R'oll'
i' en If. H. Howard and for the FUTURE!
County Fair and the plans Hallowe'en'i' Msses: Ruby Pendergrass, Mary i ,,4.1 .Kin, M.m 1 ndirxtn[,Wort.n nw n.m. 6ET IN THE MftV Y f Mow!
3 ( Thrift, and Gladys Allen of Jack-
+ .f j Carnival were discussed. The attendance
nt'tr ;, award was won by Mrll.Flsher'lI I isonvllle were visiting Mho Allen'lIuncle
p' h 1' u and aunt Mr. and Mrs. E.

,'' .. monthly) meetings room. The are held regular on J. Hazen Saturday, Are

''Hiss ,' Wednesday before the first Monday Mr. and Mrs.. T. W Markeyand

I li pr14 r .and everyone Is urged to attend -I IMI' 1 ping Mrs''In Gainesville Mary Green Friday.were shop you considering: joining

an Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tllgh
{: ';tt4 n' and Mrs. W. D. webb of man. Mia Jake Keene and Miss
I1r'a! so Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Irene Thomas were shopping In
'lipvi e and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mr. Jacksonville Friday.

P'' ", j I'rj and Mrs. B. F. Hazen Sunday. Aubrey Hazen of Ft. Benning. ,

j Mrs. T. W. Mai key, Martha Ga., Is visiting his parents, Mr..
Evelyn Markey, and Mrs. Rosa and Mrs.. M. M. Hazen. MIIITARY SERVICE
Plnholster attended church at
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fisher were
New River Sunday morning.
s visiting Miss Francine !Fisher In
Mrs. Ralph Hazen was vltlltlnlieI'
+ Tallahassee the week-end.
sister Mrs. Pansy Strickland! ,
ne in LaCrosse Friday. Mrs W. B. Phillips spent the
a weekend with her husband In
In Harold Supp of Jacksonville was
Jacksonville.Mr. .
M1, ,,, 't visiting his mother, Mrs, Nora
v Sapp over the week-end. and Mis. A. L. Crosby and
ur Mrs. Benny Walters of New York Why not choose the NAVAL RESERVE IAN I
were visiting Mr and Mrs. W. P.

:,:1'::4 3 in Relief At'Last 'I Nichols In Lawtey Tuesday after

l noon.Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and
/, 3 rc a For YourCough daughters of Ralford were visiting

Mrs.. Rahn's mother, Mrs. Jim
+. Creomulslon relieves promptly because iiott, Sunday
it goes right to the seat of the
Misses Paulk
and Beatrice IMPORTANT
p Audrey -
trouble to help loosen and expel ANNOUNCEMENT"
Pte' germ laden phlegm and aid nature ,Cassels spent Sunday at Jack
k7 to soothe and heal raw, tender in- sonville Beach.

flamed branes.Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell memI you i I Dock Thomas of Jacksonville by the Secretary of the Navy

a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding was viol ting his mother, Mrs.
you must like the way 1t Alice Thomas. Saturday night.
F'I I to quickly have allays the cough or you are Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Mintz of

i CREOMULSION your money back. Jacksonville were week-end, guests "All men now enlisting in the Naval Reserve will be retained oh

of the hitter's parents, Mr and
far Cnu..h.Chest CoIA. Rrnnrhitfa .M 'I'. r*..'-r... active
t I Navy duty throughout the period of the national- emergency,

r I i but they will be released to inactive duty as soon after the emer 4' ,

rtIiftiI iI I gency as their services can be spared, regardless of the length of

/ j time remaining in their enlistment."

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