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 31, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01208
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Bradford_County's Annual FairTo;' Have .. Grand. Opening Monday1]//1

pressive Ceremonies Mark Laying I Repair Work To Start MondayOn Jurors For ,Circuit Named CourtThe Special Events ,1:1: [:

\f Cornerstone ,At Starke's USO
Building. Road 48 following list of Jurors: Planned
Department SaysThe
-....- have been drawn to serve at the' :H I ,
.# fall term of Circuit Court which

; : : : tr ? P; State Road Department with James. R. Stockton of Jacksonville convenes here on Monday, November For Every Day' ; I

.. will begin' Monday repairing Road representative of this 10: J y
48, between Starke and Camp district on the! State Road Department Klhert!: Sibley C. H. Nasworthy LI
'a:. Blanding, according to Information G. l. Alvarez Floyd Crosby I I ,:
: ./" M\ and bring to his attention Everything Is In readiness for \ ',
: given members of a local the urgent need for actionon LoKnle Mann H. C. Green the '' \
opening of the Bradford 'i
r- committee who went: to Talla- Road 261 and 48. WiLbur Hall J. L. Anderson \ '
n hansee Tuesday.. ..;"The+ committeealso Taking advantage of the fact Thrfnton Johns Jeff Lewis County Fair, gala event, which ,,1 I : :
received 'a H Brownlee
grade' and bridges) \pn Road 261 last Saturday as a representative ,;* Charlie, Johns through Saturday night 1''"
(new defense highway I from 6f the Governor Roy limes L. D. Johns R
at the .cornerstone work band music, and I
Starko! to Blanding will be completed laying of the USO building, !J. B. Prevatt Hiram FrescotCvLemraie '
by Deceinber 1. the Starke Chamber of Commerce Garrett Berry Dyal I'descrlbable 'air spirit" w h nrl1"\l'I
I Still unsettled Is the big question sponsored a luncheon at Which M,,L. Conner W. H. Hall fills the air will mark the :' I

a ggltr[ I of hardsurfaclng 261. Roa4 members of the local road committee R. U. OU non G. H. Bennett Ing'Srf what has been, .
Cal C. Gllaaon R B. Runs ''
Department 'IOthlll
11'ttlty officials state thatthey and Mr. Stockton were as first real Fair for "
: have already spent U7 ,OOO guests.. The Road Department official Ben F Hall J, D. Odom ford County," .
!on the project and that funds for W K.] Norman Jar Parrlsh i:,
pledged his cooperation in Scene of' &h*.
W. .I, Harretl A. R. Moore festivities will be they;
hardsurfaclng must come from a that ,
i1 everything could be done. large 12 l-2-cre athletic Held dli'
: ,.bill now pending t n Congress.This On the following Monday the Lacy Edwards, Carl SappJr. rectly behind''the high sch I
bill L., O, PowellEJd..dl'e ,
providing funds for defense committee called on Col. L. A. ,building and thlir-wUI" be a week
roads sttch: si 281, was) Kunslg, commander, of Camp GllssonC. J. Crews .end of Intense. activity aa ,_ _
p lJf4 d;by the Senate and sent to, Blanding and found him heartily :muni ties throughoutXthe count com j

the House ,where several amendments In accord with their plan of having .are busily engaged ',erectJn,;
It 11 were tacked on. Consequently i Road 48 repaired and pushIng Tornadoes Face exhibit booths In the ma
It, must "N' .- -approved I the early completion of Road exposition tents. 'u
by the belal.twCongressman 261. Col. Kunzlg stated that he
"t! ,;K, W'' $ritr 2r 4d t v < a+q. Lex: Oreen, at his would send his recommendation to Strong Team County Agent L. T., Dyer,
chairman of the Fair Board
?...' ..+dfZ: aW y P home b4n.fgrthe! week-end, feels the Fourth Corps Area Headquarters been' busy
1t.t., ., ;;< IO'J. ..i.. .it,......... .... .-\.0- _.JQ; l..i" Z tt;;}:.:. certain,thaVXunds will,be forthcoming In Atlanta. cooperating during with recent months.
I for 201. bdt it might be The committee ,next turned Us From Hastings many communities I I
At noon Monday October 20 Pictured above In Major \Valnwrlght placing mortar under a matter ofr}several weeks before eye to Tallahassee, and left early !! In agricultural who will vie for awards 1'1''

Lund was broken at the site of the USO cornerstone' at last Sat Urellly'M crrrmonlrM, while Capt. they are available.( The bill apparently -I Tuesday morning for a conference ( poultry, field displays and livestock. \ I
rke' USO buUdlng, first to provides! however, thai? with Governor Holland I garden pro- i j
Reads constructing quartermaster look on.monl' those waiting and ,members Clicking off touchdowns with I duct., and also t h e Individual "' ,'
under construction In the their turn are: George!' Manussa of the StarUe Road Departments of ,the' various of the Road Department. i
president clock-like precision, n. H. S. Tornadoes work of the many crafts of home t
|ted States. On Saturday,_ Or -- rtatesa. can go ahead with these. Those making the t r lp were I .
(hwnber of Green and
Consnrterce' Congressman and Robert B. garden. :
25, the cornerstone of the projects and) be repaid later, from Marcus Brown, chairman; Congressman scored their mont lopsided f .
., building was laid in the pres- Hear. Federal funds (This was broughtto R. A, Green, Gene Con- victory of the season witha Kdurallomil) Exhibits .t'I' :

e of a distinguished crowd, the attention' of the, Road Department nell Bob ,,Satterfleld. W. M. Edwards 41-0 win over Reddlck at Bradford Among the various State Department ,ij A
lien included representatives! r" by th, local delegation, E. K. Perryman, and W, Park last Friday night. A exhibits that will offer ;
m all branches, of,the govern but they did not receive assur* P. Smith. attractive educational displays 1 \ ,
mt, the Army, and the orxan- ance that the money would 'be "We found the Governor heartily sloppy field proved no haiard will be the State Forest ft Park ,I ;
|tions comprising the, USO., advanced. Department officials In accord with our plans,": to the purple and gold as the Service, the State Game and i'I' '
ngressman R. A. Green\made seemed to prefer walling until the members of the committee: stated' back field functioned at par and Fresh Water Fish Commission .', I(, :
I principal address, In.Whlch he 6 i money was actually,,appropriatedby upon their return. "He telephoned a fast-charging line proved fatal the State Historical Records, the '..' i
d the need for' co:'ordina- the Govem $ent., the Road Department and said he for neddlck'a kicks and passes.. State Marketing Bureau and 10 t t; I

in carrying out, the ,national Becoming .ge&iilnaly alarmed at wanted,repair!! work started on'48 ,'Practically: every member of the department. of the W. P. A. The ,n t ;
parednes8 program. :' Other 4' rw the terrible condition Of Road 48, Immediately, and also wanted to Tornado squad saw action as g Soil Conservation, and IT. S. Department I' :' '
ere included James R. Stock- and growingUnpattent at the proceed with the hardsurfaclng fast-mounting score made It safeto of Agriculture% displays j po
of Jacksonville; member of Iv long delay on ijijtr RoAA Ml local of 261 as soon as possible'* take chances and Coach Parks should prove beneficial ,to the [
State Road Department and l J """"' tgt-srt.. 'b bR11aaQ: Memlrsera'urtlte r committee sthta let-fanny of hU substitutes taste farmers ,of BradfordCauntyrMuch .. ,
cntative of Governor Hot a chain of tnetdnta'ithat: win undoubtedly that the outlook for access,road. blood for the first time ,A, 65- Interest has "also been '
1 on tola occasion;. Col I*' A. Lox' Green (left) was hli usual have' the :effect, of from Stark* 'to'Blanding, seems yard run by Denmark and the Inspired shown In exhibits by, local mer .,1 7 j i
tig I ,, commander of Camp uniting self, whit, Jante: a R. .a speeding up action on this important much brighter than It' did a week ball-carrying of McMillan chant. and many surprises) are In I' i
ndlng, and N. D.., Walnwrlght, Steckten (right) representing the project. A committee ago, but stress the fact' that local were highlights of the game. store for visitors to the Fairgrounds I
mayor of Starke, who In- Go\ernor, wa caught here In m with M. F Brown as chairmanwas interests cannot afford to let up Featherweight' nobby McRae, not only In the attractive \
aced the distinguished guests serious frame of mind. appointed at a recent meeting In their efforts to have Road 281 playing almost/ an entire half at way these exhibitors will display
read many telegrams from of the Rotary Club to meet completed at an early date. center, proved once again that their products, but, In the :

ten expressing regrets that YWCA May Enter Via.. size Isn't everything. fects.novel and unique decorating ef :lJd' I',

W could not attend. Negro Soldier Colorful MusicalAt Another substitute in the spotlight \, !
apt. A. C. Reade. Camp Blan- Local FieldMiss was Ovid Futch who Intercepted Program Outlined 'ij J
li constructing quartermaster, kg-- -, Gets 17 Years Florida I a pass and sprinted 30yards Monday, Nov. S -Grand open "t I ':t
elated at the actual laying of Charlie May Carter, Director for a touchdown. Quarterback Ing at 7 p. m. This Is the last 'ud 'I
cornerstone and Invited the for the USO of YWCA Col. Kunrlg lean forward to Alphonso Stephens, negro'aol-'' Another gorgeous technlcolor Mutt Jones showed a nice day to bring entries except, for I j" t,

[lowing persons to place a program In the Camp Blanding shake another hand, while Mayor dier who killed ,James Everett musical film will come to the new selection of plays, and the backfield the livestock dill play.. Farmers) '/'jt I t t
el area, has been a frequent visitor Wainwright makes the let roductine. Florida Theatre when whole are urged to bring their exhibits ,/
full of mortar beneath it: Jones with an army truck recently Sunday as a played a bangup r i
gressm&n Green, Col. Kunzlg, In Starke during the past week, "Week-end In Havana," starring game. Tornado pass. defense early and be sure to receive their ff..,
was sentenced .f'
October f
Stockton, Mayor Walnwrlght, Wednesday afternoon she conferred Alice Faye and John Payne opens was excellent. entry cards for the various departments ,I '
Ibert S. Wear, present YMCA with the Executive Boardof Security Homesites 17th to serve" 17 years at the for a two day engagement. It lIa..tln.Tonight .,, p I t.1

ector who will have charge of the Woman's Club with reference Now On MarketJim Florida State Prison. He was will also be shown at the midnight There might be an entirely different Tuesday- Farmers' Day. A ;1 j ,
I usa building when It Is com- to the possibility of using turned ,over to civil authoritiesand show, 11:30: p, m. Saturday.A story, however when B. special surprise program has been i j
led; Father Thomas J. Mur- the Woman's Club building for, a H. Loverln and Irving W; 1 was tried Mn the Circuit short feature of unusual Interest H S. meets Hastings at Bradford arranged for this day, and farm. ,: ,
representing the National YWCA after the YMCA has moved Longacre, veteran real estate operators will also be shown on the Park tonight. The Putman era fiom all over this section of I '* t
"If Court at Green
thollc Community Service; IraIn to the new USO building. from Miami, an Frank C. Springs, same program' consisting of a discussion County boys will bring" a squad Florida are expected to attend. 'i l': I
representing the Jewish suitable arrangements can be Holllngsworth, who has been a Mrs. J. C., J o n e s'; the boy's of current events by Flor that outweighs' even the hefty I Wednesday-School Chlldrens' )fr> |!k I
ware Board, and Miss Charlie made, said Miss Carter Wednesday local operator for many years, mother, stated. The accident occurred -' ida's Senator Claude Pepper and Tornadoes, and every man Is a : Day. No admission will be charged <
Y Carter, representing the "we may not wait untU the are associated In the new development Oct. 1 three miles this side H. V, Kaltenbom, noted radio veteran. Both teams have suffered students and teacher between ,Y,;:

CA. YMCA "moves before organizing a Security Homesttes of Camp Blanding on Road 48, commentator. but one defeat In the current the hours of 12 noon and 6 p. m. ( ,
Lt. Cot James Faulconer of YWCA. Just a mile and a half east of and Mr. Jones'' Tuesday and Wednesday the season. Hastings smotheredSt. on this day. All rides and shows i I :
Up! handing senior chaplain Miss Carter came to this area Starke on Defense Road 261 to died Oct. 2. Stephens Florida will bring Its patrons the Joseph's Academy (St. Augustine will be reduced to half price !

the 31st Division, served as headquarters in Jacksonville, from Camp Blanding. plead guilty. brand new musical, "Lady Be ) 62-0; trounced Baldwin 'through the cooperation of the ;,
rman of ceremonies In the Houston Texas, where she was They have 13 acres on the Army authorities stated that Good" In which the combined 47.0, and beat Green Cove 280. Fair Association and the Mighty \ I )
face of Col. O. W. McNeese, i general secretary of the Galves- South side of the highway, purchased Stephens forged a pass to get talents of Eleanore Powell, Ann They have lost only to I'alatka, Monarch Shows, who wilt furnishthe I
He! relations officer, who was ton-Houaton District YWCA. Her from Mr. and Mrs E. outside of the Camp, accordingto Southern and Robert Young/ /go to 28-0. mid-way attractions. ,
The Invocation was read by work Is among women and girls Lewis, which the Bradford Engineering Mrs. Jones..The negro had to make an evening of delightful en Will Hoot turn ThursdaY.-Armv and C*...il... ; r
Rev. A. E. Lightfoot pastor and the work of the YWCA la Company has surveyed and drive two feet off the highway in tertainment. Miss Powell l will be When the two formidable teams Day. This. will be one-of the'outstanding .
'the Baptist Church, and the three-fold: divided Into 75 homesltes. The order to run over Jones, It was seen In some of the best dance clash tonight Line Coach Sam events of Fair Week and "
edlctlon was said by Lt. Col. ((1) To help strangers find a homesltes are 60x125, and will stated. numbers of her career McAllister of the University of will carry added features which "'
n P. McGulre. senior ,I chaplain pleasant place to live; ((2) lonely sell at $40 each 110 down and Friday and Saturday the Florida Florida will likely be on the sidelines will begin at 1 p. m. Special attractions ,'I
the 43rd Division. people to find friends In the community |10 per month. They have also Tools Stolen brings another_ hit In "Kiss sizing the boys up. Needless will be presented on this I

Other distinguished visitors ; and ((3)) young people to a few business lots. Eight of From the Boys Goodbye," a stage-hit to say, every man who gets day only In recognition of the service !
sent were State Senator W. A. find recreation. these lots had already been sold Guy Job fl'' comedy starring lovely Mary Mar In the game will make a superhuman boys I

"ins.Ws and Representative Joe C. up to Tuesday, Mr. Loverln stated The Trianon Development Corporation tin and Don Amehce. effort to show the visitingofficial Frllay--Colored Chlldrens' Day. j* i
i both of Gainesville; Har- Rotarians Enjoy "Security Homesltes Is one of that he's got' what It All colored school children and v*1' .'
Colee of the State Chamber the largest and best-known real now constructing a takes. .
I Pecan Buyers teachers will be admitted free
commerce, and H. E. Hege- Old Pictures estate firms In Miami," Mr. Hol- home for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guyat I from 12 noon to 6 p. m. All rides '

the n chief camp of operations section I Rotarians had a good time llngworth said Tuesday. the corner of Walnut and 8th I Want Information Smith Building and shows will be reduced to half i f'

'Ier.IIlc. constructing quarter- ,Wednesday looking at old and streets, and two or three of the J. B. Gardner, manager< of the New price for their benefit. t ,t;
\ was .new photographs brought to the Juice To Be Off mechanics who are working on State Farmers' Market states Laundry Saturday-Bradford County and I

'. Band under furnished the direction by the B.of meeting by Joe F. Hoover, prominent I Berry Johns superintendent of the house, lost tools and equipment that buyers are writing in to Ground was broken last week Home Day. Bradford Coun- \ 1-1Old 1I!
W. ,who bad valued at around f:500 Tuesday flans are urged' to Invite their ; ;
Bates.it local photographer the City Light It. Water Plant, know about special sales days, or for the building of a bigger and t 'j, \,
r6dit for the large number of charge of the program and gave announced that electric current night, according to O. M. Nelson auction days on pecans.The better Staike Dry Cleaners and friends from nearby counties to ,.; t
"Wished! visitors Invited to a vocational discussion of his pro will be cut off in the business foreman. The equipment consisted market manager would like Laundry, according to Junlus M. be their guests at the Fair for .< / '
Present of motors, saws and ordinary for to turn In listings of the grand climax of the exposition. td '
[ and for the smooth- fe s1on. district Sunday morning between growers Smith, proprietor Lex Green Is
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tools. The thing of most .
--"*- brought an interesting the kind and quantity of pecans erecting for them of Big special feature will be .J.4,
a building
program goes to the Mr. Hoover the hours of 7 and 11 o'clock. .
value Nelson stated
,ke Mr. was an staged; all day and there will be
old have them
Cbamber of Commerce and collection of photographs "We are stringing heavier primary electric they or concrete blocks on the corner of
CODUnittee on arrangements and new, contrasting the Starkeof wire along Call St." Mr. saw. the market as fast as they Court and J e f fer son, streets a mammoth fireworks display In I I'
POSed of Bob Satterfield, C. yesterday with the Starke of Johns stated. "The old wire was The tools were stored In an are gathered so that be can keep across from the courthouse. The the evening. J
C. secretary Robert Wear and today. Aa the Hoover Studio has only Intended to carry a load of Improvised tool house on the property the buyers posted as to just what building will be approximately BOx I Premium Catalog ,r :
Yor Wainwright. been making pictures here almost 200 klllowatU, but has had to and were locked with a they may expect from the cur- 75 feet Mr. Smith said R. H. The Fair premium catalog and i
ever since the town was founded. carry twice that much In recent strong lock, Mr. Nelson said. rent crop. Mathe It Son are the contractors. programs were completed Tuesday .
Electing Licenses they have a complete pictorial months. The new wire will have Sheriff A. O. Andreu and the "We will have some new buyers There will be plenty of loading and copies were mailed allover 1'1
history of the town, and several a capacity of 500 kilowatts." local police force are trying' to who have never bought pecans In space In the rear, and adequate the county. Any one who '"I
POliceman W. Rotarians were amused to find solve the problem. Sheriff An. this vicinity, and as the crop Is faculties to accommodate cash has not yet received a booklet i
a apPoInted Thornton has themselves in kindergarten and Lazones On Radio dreu went to Jacksonville Wednesday short, we feel that prices will be and carry trade at Its spacious may obtain one at the City Hall
10 collect by the City Coun- birthday groups taken many with a description of the good," Mr Gardner concluded. front entrances on both Court and Fair Headquarters. "m'

11I1 licenses.delinquent occupa- years ago. Their many, friends In Starke tools, so that the police will be Jefferson streets." Mr. Smith Midway Attraction r

half the day He and w'now half work-thecoUecting In addition to relics of the put will be interested to learn that able to check up on them. He Dobbs In Training stated. "New machinery will .be Jack Purcell!!, supervisor of the i j'!
-: brought along some Marie and Elmer Lazone, Lee also broadcast over Gainesville added," and the firm will do Its event, states that this county has ,;f.
licenses from 12 Mr. Hoover ,
ock Jof. to 6 p. M and work- excellent examples o f modern Allen and May Blossom are members and Jacksonville radio stations. Sgt. Robert L. Dobbs of Ral- own laundry as well as dry cleanIng never before had an opportunity I Ito
bIB regular showing the heights of Hank Keen' Gang on the Last night two men went to ford a member of the Starke National It was stated. "We want to see such a large outdoor show. '
beat from 6 P. portraiture
,, lIntn Il dnJcht. of perfection that the modern radio program of Liggett' Myers both Sam. Rosenberg's and the Guard Company, has reported take care of our own local people The Mighty Monarch Show wlU ,1 :'
treat them nice and photographer has reached today. Tobacco Co. These popular show' Camp Blanding Military Loan to the Army's motor maintenance first and then others." It was bring their entire unit here and \ 1 j
t !lie nice." he said they I He was asaUted In this Interesting people made their headquarters In shop and tried to pawn a $60 kit school at Fort Bennlng said. "We expect to give the same will consist of 12 rides, 10 shows '
: body pay a like Saturday.clock- by Mrs. Bernice Johnson Starke for many years, and still' of tools for $10 Mr. Nelson Ga.. and win attend classes there satisfactory service, or even better and many outstanding free attraction : j

program, an associate In the studio. consider It their home. stated. for three months.. than ever before." *. 1If i! t I

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The Bradford Far West, isolationists are outnumbered by 1- Brooker Brevities I
County Telegraph interventionists in a ratio of about eightto

ElttahllllhfIJ 1877MEMBER --- :
one.The Mrs. Kldon Hardy were guests Sunday of Mrs. Sim- ,
country's political leadership has Uy y
mons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C.
.FLORILttPRESS ASSOCIATION?, done much to bring this about. When it :1.LLOWt'tSutNIVL: I' Mott. : 1 : !

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION comes to foreign policy, the views of Mr. The BI'ooker Carnival P.-T. A. sponsoreda Saturday I' Mr. and Mrs B. F. Hazen at-

IQ.41 Roosevelt and Mr. Willkie are practically Hallowe'en attended tended the Primitive Baptist ]
B. L. Matttiewa ____________ Editor and Owner night. Many people Association In Plant City Sunday. "
identical. Both are for all-out effort againstthe and everyo e''reported an enjoy Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keene were ::
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SUBSCRIPTION KATK: Axis-both are convinced that the defeat able evening:, Prizes In the chil transacting business In Gainesville ,

Yearly $1.75; Six Months, 81.00- of England would be ruinous to us in dren's costume parade were won Monday
by Zona Sue-.JIarrlson. Mrs. Earl Green and i
Mr. and
pabUtthed. Weekly on'-Fridays and Entered M Seeeod the long run. On top of that, the press of line Cussela,, Bobby HInton and Mrs. T. W. Markey were shop- :
CUM Matter at the Post Office at Staske, Fto. America big and little generally holds thatit Charles Hazen..' The, lucky num- ping In Gainesville Monday.

is no longer possible for us to disregard ber Mr -Grltf for,,'tty of c&k.Starke.-was.- .drawn by s 1>11'. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of \, :.
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RUBLE VERSE what goes on in Europe-.that, whether we evening Lamar Mlcanopy were visiting relatives '
Late i Inthe
""Behold what manner of love the Father hath like it not is tied in with I Sunday.
or our destiny
Crosby and Helen, Barry were Miss Leltha Kelly of Clewlston : :
bestowed upon us, that we should be called the the destiny of the rest of the world. And crowned King and Queen of the Is spending a while here with her l :
sons of Cod; therefore the world knoweth us not the influential and radio commentators Junior Group and Junior Mott parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly\
because it knew him not. Beloved now are we press and Louise Parrish were crowned :
the sons of God. and It doth not yet appear what are likewise interventionists almost l king and queen ol the Senior THERESSA I
we shall be; but we know that when he shall ap- without exception.So Group of'the Brooker School. Dr.W. I
By Mr*. II. D. May
pear,. we shall be like him; for we shall see hint E. Mlddleton county school
far amending the Neutrality Act
aa '
aa he la."-I John 312.: superintendent presided at the I' (Items left over from our Issue. of ( '
is concerned, the main effort will be givento ceremony.A Oct. 24)) :
the that' American total of around $170 was I
eliminating stipulation
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King was
Exit: The Neutrality Act; made on the Carnival and the' .
ships cannot. be armed and cannot enter in Grandin on business Saturday
Enter: A More Potent United States P.-T. A..will use the money for aftel'noon."I
war zones. Whether merchant ships can school ..
at purposes. I' 1>[1'11. John Jordon and childrenof .
The before Congress be sufficient
question given armament to do
any (
Mi, a 4 ,-.JIr. B. Walters ..of Hillcreat were visiting Mrs.
) the present time calls for repeal of'a provision good, is a point which is vigorously debatedby Glendale, L. I. have returned to Jordan's parents. Mr. and Mrs.S. .

in the Neutrality Act prohibiting the both sides. Irrespective of that it seems their home after spending sometime I R. Swindell.\ Saturday. :
vessels. The here with Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Throwerand
f arming of American true that changing or amending the Act is 1
.' Crosby and t family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Thrower
House has already sanctioned such repeal, primarily designed by the Administrationand and Mrs. W. P. Nichols of and daughter Glenda. of Jacksonville :] ,

and there seems little doubt that the Senate the Republican followers of Mr. Willkie, Lawrcey were, weekendIe8te of were visiting, In the homeof ( \
I. will eventually follow suit though there as a vital act of p?licy. In other words, it :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby. J. J. Zelgler over the weekend.Mr. )
Mr. and Mrs George Crosby and Mrs. G. W. Moore and I
.Ji will be plenty of debate before the would place our cards on the table, and of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. son, Bryan of Valdosta visited
: Isolationist group, is finished with its op make our position absolutely clear to the and Mr. Lee Gainey Sunday.Mr. relatives here last week.

position. The fact that ultimate success is whole world. That position can be statedin and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Mrs. .T. E. Owsley was visitingher
, is striking indication of and son Wayne, of Jacksonville, slater, Miss Ida Hagan, over
l likely, however a a sentence. "The U. S. is going to do were week-end guests of Mr and the weekend.Mrs. ,

the tremendous change in American public everything in its power to lick the Axis, Mrs. C. A. Crosby.Mr. Lydia Hall and granddaughter |
i i. opinion that has taken place in the past and all legal pretenses of non-partisanship : and Mrs. Frank Feagle and Grace Dickinson, were :
two years. must be abandoned." Mrs. Eldon Hardy were shopping visiting In Starke Friday.
In Gainesville last Friday. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan was a dinner -
The Neutrality Act 'was 'passed at a The argument for'repeal of the Neutrality Mr and Mrs. :M. Rhoden of guest of her sister Mrs. Jesse : !!:
time when the sentiment of this countrywas Act was put recently by Columnist Wal Starke 'were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Branning of Hampton Sunday.

overwhelmingly opposed to direct or in- ter Lippman. By adopting it, he wrote, we C. CVMehrln Sunday.Mr. 8 Mrs. Calvin Hall and children
and Mrs. Harry Sapp and are visiting Mrs. Hall's parents,
in the The bulk t
direct intervention war.
gave up our long-established, basic policyof Harold Sapp of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown in
of the people felt that the war was purely freedom of the seas. .In effect, we sur- week-end guests of 'Mrs. Nora Heilbronn Springs this week.

Europe's business, and none of ours. For rendered to Germany. In conclusion, he Sapp. Miss Minnie Swindell of Jacksonville -

the most part they hoped that Hitler wouldbe said: "Having been taught to believe in our week-end Mr and 'Mrs.guests Eldon of Mrs.Hardy Charles were her spent parents the week-end Mr. and Mrs.S. herewith .' <

defeated but they didn't see any reason neutrality law that what Germany declaresto Hardy Sr.. In Gainesville. R. Swindell.Mr. : ) 1

for spending their money their resources be her purpose will in the end become accepted Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey were Ida. Atty. for Plf. ,,!

and perhaps their lives to beat him. They as American law the Nazis have

wanted to keep American ships and American been preying on ships well outside our own RVICE

citizens out of the war zones, and they self-imposed combat zone. It just happens -f\\t S OF AMEP

wanted their country's foreign trade to be that their combat zone is bigger than ours,

on a cash-and-carry basis, with foreign buy- and therefore, according to Berlin, it is

ers taking their purchases home in their legal to sink ships there without warning 'O IJ'C4

own ships. The neutrality law has proved itself
The change that has taken place since to be an act of self-abasement, a mortifying .Q

those days is nothing short of revolutionary. submission to force, without logic, without ,<.- y"y r v.i'. ky the w
Every poll shows that this country is now honor, and without value even to achieve Jk

violently partisan-it wants to see Hitler the purpose for which-it was originally in 9 .3..

licked to a standstill, and it Is willing to do tended."

everything, except send another A. E. F. Wendell Willkie has called upon the

abroad, to achieve that end.. The lendleasebill members of his party in Congress, to take

went a long way toward making the, the lead in amending or repealing the Neu-

Neutrality Act a dead letter in that it trality Act, clearly indicating which way

threw the cash-and-carry principle over- the wind is blowing. Leading Republican

board with scant ceremony. In all sections newspapers, such as the New York Her-

of the country, the polls indicate that the ald Tribune, are denouncing members of

nation is strongly interventionist. Even in the party who still hold to isolationist princ-

the Middle West, where isolationist sentiment !- iples. The Democrats with few exceptions,

is strongest those who believe that are following their leader-the President.

this country's destiny will be largely decided Congress, like the rest of the country ru ,4' 3; c.s .
by what happens to Hitler, have ,,a has definitely decided that "There's nothingelse .

heavy majority. Ip the East, South and to do."
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I k Hampton Happenings I Ir month's Jacksonville.Mr. visit. with relatives In< \\\

and Mrs. J. E. Adkins have
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byMrs. >> OLD FASHIONED CHICKEN returned to their home after a 4ESTCHEVROL1O9.
Y M.'W. Morrew DINNER month's visit with friends and
relatives In Miami.
f MRS. GEO. RAIIMK HONOREDA On Friday evening, November
shower given by Mrs.. O. P. 7, between the hours of 5:00: and HAMPTON BRIEFS
\ Wadworth. Sr., honoring Mrs. 7:30: o'clock the Hampton W. M. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and CHEVROLET AIDS Today, more than ever before DUIONl010 1U11N
>o George Rahme was a pleaaant U. will serve' a chicken dinner In lion Dicky spent Monday in NATIONAL DEFENSE s7nlNc
event of Saturday afternoon at the School Cafeteria. Everyone 1,1, 1 I Jacksonville. *of"1
:". the 'Hampton Christian Church. Invited and out of town guests Miss CHEVROLET :Z :tort Ymtrs
Dorothy Watterson and ECONOMICYndlyS
Decorations carried out In pink are urged to make reservations. "
and blue and banks of ferns and Popular prices will be In effect Miss Rubye Bernhardt spent the .w"Door Ana
f. seasonal flowers made the place and the proceeds used to assist week-end with the latter's parents is a Personal Advantage and a National Asset .;hd'w: and ll o d Bf,N
In Ho
Fitzgerald, Ga. l
attractive. Mlsaea Janet Anderson with the church remodeling.
of Starke and Norma Swee- The Sunday School rooms are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams and SAVES GAS SAVES OIL 8 8 8 SAVES UPKEEP V..O"Hlloot'7tAD' I IDISI
;. ney, dressed In appropriate cosI Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bishop of G
to be torn down and For
an attractive upwards of 30 the I
I tumcs carried in the gifts. balcony built which will Jacksonville spent Sunday visiting E: years, familiar Chevrolet PERfORMAN ,,
serve as trade-mark "
Mrs. friends here. has been "the symbol of savings" In :
f Alice Anderson assisted Sunday School rooms and extra Ch8.rawl.'rfuoon.sob"dM
Mrs. Wadsworth in serving decorated seating capacity for worship. A Mrs. Ed Sllvernal, Mr. and automotive transportation. Proved Val ..I.1..T''
cookies and punch with fav- new roof and complete paint Job Mrs. Purvis Hazen. L. A. Wynn And when you realize that The Finest Chevrolet ..., ., &\;'"" ..
ors given at the conclusion of the is also a part of the work. Any and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn '' of All Time brings trim :.::i Hydraulic. :
social were the dinner of you new "Leader Line"Styling Unillaad lcae.Ar a: .
activities.W. of the former members and civic- guests Sunday .. ..
minded citizens who wish to makea Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan. new Body by Fisher of the same type and E.e.':::..vr "" """
I contribution may do so by Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dees and and size used on higher-priced cars a powerful, till wyri:1'PLs
The Hampton W. M. IT. met at TO
.' sending moneys to Aaron Minton children. Jackie C. M, Jr., Billy : thoroughly proved Vaive-in-Head pIS1aNPoweriDBD
fthe "Victory"Engine ECONOMY
/ home of Mrs. J. W. Home
or Church Treasurer, J. W. Home.CKMKTKRV and Charles of Plant City, spent t'w and
I Unitized
.,. Tuesday afternoon, October 2 3 the week'wltb Mrs. Ethel Jones. .. Knee-Action Glider Ride Ch..ral.' ;I"",'::::...
with all members present. The : WORKING along with its low price and low _ica'' 0, ".
.,. Miss Betty Thompson of Gainesville operating costs- low.prked ca j
}, topic for discussion was: "T h e An all-day cemetery working -then know Mil.;
1 World's Dire Need," The South has been set for November 5th : spent the week-end with you exactly what we mean when .NnoO rauad0""tO0'swe :
American question, 'How Long and all people Interested are Miss Madge Gay say that under today's conditions Chevrolet oar,ailanavPb"p
Must We Walt?" was also studied urged to be present or to have a Mrs. W N. Brown and Mr. and economy Is both a personal advantage and a
(, In connection with the for- paid worker In their place. Since Mrs. John Napier of Fernandlna national asset.
mer topic. this Is an all-day job It has been spent Friday here looking after
| After the business session re- suggested! that you bring your real estate holdings.
i reshments were served. lunch with you so that all work Mrs. Lester Kite was a business
t may be completed. visitor In Jacksonville Monday.M. IT PAYS
Mrs. Ethel Jones, for many BRIDGES REPAIRED was a business
I :years connected with the store i T. C. Chastain reports that the visitor la Jacksonville Tuesday.
ibaatOeHl In Hampton, has retired bridges and road between Hamp Carlton Chastaln and J. C. AND GET THE LEADING BUY
I, In favor of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ton and Theressa are now in re- Wynn spent Sunday In Salt
r. Dennlsvn. The new owners plan pair. Any oversight of side roadsor Springs.
extensive Improvements to the bridges may be reported and -.
(L stock and building and promisei the work will be taken .care of as SHEAFFER'S SKRIP INK _
)i to continue the policies of the soon as possible.Mr. Pts. $1. Qts. '1.73-BRADFORD Torode Chevrolet '
"" former owner In regard to service and Roy Starr of COUNTY TKLEORAPII. CompaStarke
accommodation and quality of Floral City were week-end guestsof -
merchandise. Mrs. O. W. Rahme. Save almost half what you usually
r spend for drag store Items. FloridaALL
Miss Blanche Bryan and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Chason, had Walt for the Rexall ORIGINAL
t James McCain both of Jasper, as their guests the past week the One Cent Sale Four big days! '
were dinner guests Wedneeday of tatter's sister and brother-in-law,! 230 bargains! And two for the
last week of Miss Ophelia Bryan Mr. and Mrs. )r. H. Conger and:
price of one, plus one rC Wed- CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED DRIVEN
and Miss Betty J. Rhodes. son, Cecil of Port St. Joe. nmtday. Thursday, Friday. Satur FLORIDA NOT
:Mlis Ada Nimmo spent Friday Mrs. Thomas Dyal returned to day November 5. 6. 7. 8. at Car- they
In Gainesville. her home here after several pxoter-s the Rexall Drug Store. come to you genuinely NEWII' !

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."" 31. 84' OCT31 THREE


.' EditorInCblefvjrjorle STAFF Senior Biographies Odds and Ends B. H. S. Vs. Hastings- Fifth Grade News Meet Mrs. Burnett { .

Thompson JA lovely afternoons. Tonight At Park
( Reporters On October 28 1942 lUke b-S The new teacher I am going to i
social Jacqueline to watch the
Margie Mathews. Andrews and Enoa changes in the routine We had a good time during art tell you about this week is Mrs
e silcox. Hayes first of nature The Come to Bradford Park tonightand
Green made their summer spell! period this week making cats Burnett who comes from Tampa.She .
Dorothy appearance Into this is clean between
i broken and the air of : see a fight the
I special Features :Junction called Starke. Starke expect Tornadoes and the Hasting Pota bats, owls and mare: crows. finished her high school career -
ancy sweeps over us. Just the
I Ovid Futch. Joe now U a bustling as t We surely are enjoying the at Plant City. She then received ,
metropolis and toes. victorious
Hayes wind; sweeps over the trees, send. were over
1 shine after such hard her long-earned college
Lander the change was indeed sun having
a turn ing their leaves flying throughthe us last year but I believe we will
ri gtRportelDaviL for the better. i rain diploma from Florida State Col-
junior They have quickly air to an unknown destina beat these fellows if we forget
Nina Bishop Edna become accustomed to this new last weeks' victory and really We are having examinations lege for Women. Her first teach-
Edwards type of enviornment and have' tion.The work for this week's. this week. We don't like them ing job was in Sander on. She I. "

---__. Patsy Roberts learned to look both ways before last school days for the much, but we do like to get report has traveled extensively visiting t "
;;; ? Mae Parker crossing the street. seniors are passing fast. They I promised you a victory In the cards with good grade on thirteen states. The moat Interesting '

;:: Buddy Davis have many things to look forwardto. last edition and you got It., The place she ever went was '1'

PC- ""- Jacq. and Knos were born only The final score against Reddick was,
Douglas Hazen ring are due within the them.We the Chicago World's Fair. The) ;

_Petal--Features I two houses apart and continued next two weeks; then the senior 470. Of course several boys madetouctdowtW have two new students most Interesting person she ever J l
? to live as Council Brown and George Ry- I
? peaceful neighbors until but the highlight was
In the
Jo. .Lander play spring. Kid Day. the met was Doctor Coyle Moore a !
Hayes.Reporters 'I, they entered the seventh grade. Banquet. Baccalaureate Sermon, .f Ovid Futch Intercepting a pass- mar, and are very glad to have professor at Florida State College I I

,junior Nina Bishop, Shirley : They were childhood sweethearts and the last and most Important touchdown. Another first string them. for Women. The reason she likes '

Davie through kindergarten but when back for Bradford ? Let's Leroy RauUrson, reporter \
Marjorie Grlder Edna. graduation. Each one will say hope Doctor Moore was because of his i

,Martha Markey E v a they entered grammar" they realized good-bye to B. H. S. in his own c i 4 so. He earned it. Mrs. Sheppard, teacher ability to meet any situation and i

what love really Is-then way. With some aim some purpose t Coach Is still quite new to this e-B his Jovial nature.
Sports they looked upon their kindergarten In mind, each will go out on t, 'i "'.t..... school and seems to get some of We are sorry that Lizzie Mae I ,b J ..

Girl's escapade as a childish Infatu his own. Some will succeed some ve v the boys mixed up. Take Crews Griffis h a moved to another ;
Opal Peele ation. ,::..wt.iw. : 'lfi':!. 2nd Grade Stories 1' .
will fail. Every senior will struggle ,, ':)! ... and King for Instance. Both play school. We are also sorry that M

Once on Madison street on the with something. This struggle end and both are handsome. Jimmie Leach and Annie Lee Me- (Original paragraphs from Mrs. i!
Hayes estate ( next to the will make him stronger. We '!11g: ::r" Somewhat confusing, you know Daniel are absent, and hope they RLtch's room written on a rainy ;1 '

ION IS NECESSARY I chicken yard) they accomplished wish them all the bent of luck. Want to compliment Flynn and wUl be back soon day). I I'' ;

.nee can be stressed In their first attempt to succeed; Enjoyed the show "Under. J Parker on their tackling last Fri Patsy Ruth Hall brought some The Rain ; .

fiMtances other than Inc they built an air-castle in the top ground" very much. It makes us This Is the look of grim deter- day night Looked good to me. pictures of the Presidents cf the It Is a rainy day and I am la : J '

) cases. The use of speed of an old cedar tree. Their one- !.I glad that we live where we can mination that makes opposing Remember the fellow that United States. Mrs Brown school. "I

room castle and grldsters tremble In their shoes brought five new books; I thinkwe
was armed do
building which Is old, heavily bay as we please. For
jiool makes a touchdown is not a team We are going to be> here. Just
I when they face to face with will enjoy reading them.)
limited for hall space with ammunition mainly rocks that reason we enjoyed the come
alone-He needs and until
blocking alittle' noon. .
which caused much disturbanceand friendly and fellowship 223-pound Tornado tackle, David Mrs. Brown also brought a
basis. congregation *
be on a temperate help from everyone. Just follow I take my lunch to school.
( with confusion In the neighbor at church Sunday more Shuford. But Shuford is big in pusle> the map of the United
have played
people a man on the line once; watch Do you like to be in school on
hood. The old cedar tree than usual. We worked other ways besides size. His ability States.
if !It would burn them Is still even with '
[ him do his
SN Job efficiently and a rainy day
baa caused him to be elected We have been making book.
standing the In all
two; but we today have ; lonely remains of more spirit our activities. quickly.So Beryl Jean Bt. Peter
nelligent minds. We have youthful dreams long past. U'e hope that everyone received captain of the 1941 squad markers for our books. We are l
I'll see you rooting for the also making Hallowe'en pictures The Mona j
the real benefit from it.
experience of rash peo- They have attended Bradford
Don't The shines down on peopleIt
boys tonight. disappoint Mrs. teacher
Over heard the "B" Club officers Brown
(now that a warning from High School for the last eleven Attention Juniors
the team. Prove your football Patsy V. Dew reporter Is very bright. It Is too
tors should be heeded. years and two months always In talking about having some

[mad rush between classes the tame grade but in different kind of program after the business Bradford Tornadoes crushed the spirit by your attendance. 5-II bright for my eyes. In the
We glad that the sun The sun comes up morn-
y have a n accident or rooms for the last six years. meeting.' Mr. Williams approves Reddick Terriers; Friday night art very down'at nlgbLDo ,
'' 1 Ie shining oat brightly-one* more. ing.-It goes
Ninth Grade News
ro'ur Neighbor.to have one. 'Question: Do you have plans .of.It. therefore: plans are 47-0' In. 'the Strawberry' Bowl! We have been making some you like the sun to> shine on ''t

be easily hurt and have being ma0e. to make an interest- Ahl! What a game! Now let's go
i for the future JacqTAnswer -Florence) IleownThe i
9r owls, cats and witches for Hal- you. I
Ing for the members. If '
school for a thoughtless program get Hastings. Then we'll really "
: Yes matrimony. any of you would like to perform have something to celebrate on The ninth grade freshman class low'en. Hope they don't look too Reach J I'

r push Question: And what are your or have any suggestions Just let Hallowe'en.It's sent for Its class pins last week. real or we might get scared of I went to Jacksonville Beach '

kiten In your feet could plans Enos? the "B" Club officers know.A They will be of sterling silver them. Sunday. I bad a good time. I saw. :) I

J very serious case of blood Answer: To be a traveling sales- new magazine for the Home moving week for 11-8. Due with "B.H.S. on the pin and Doris Moncrief brought some the ocean. I saw some shells I ]' II f

( if tbe wound Is not to circumstances beyond their did not see people. I
if Economic students "Design for 1941" on the guard lovely roses for the room. Thank many
treated. Do be careful. man.The control they had to move downto -Herbert Over treet. ;:Ii ,.
Doris Miss Hinson two
Is We wait to themto you got ,
senior class wishes them Living Just the thing for this can hardly get
the Home EC. Don't
is solved room.
all problem being modern generation In It cry.Junlor.you'll wear. We realize we are not new vases for our room when she The Storm t
lots of luck, and hopes that they are articles
Ibly as possible, but realize their wildest dreams and on the important things In get to be high seniors but we are so glad to was In Gainesville Friday Today Is rainy. It Is wet today. : I '
1 students !
us has to do his part tot ambitions a girl's life. It 1i Is based on the yet 'be this near MlM Hinson teacher A big storm was In Ocala, yes I:t 1!

| luccessful. When you Freddie Nina and Carolyn terday. A little girl was killed.
football season, thus calling for Lyle Anderson reporter. 'i

veIling the highway you SHIRLEY MORGAN skirts and sweaters with dashing went horse back riding Saturday 9-U Fourth Grade News Her mother and father are in'the ,. ,
which "Danger- afternoon. It the first time \
e say was
SheeJey. \
Did know that Chester
fashions for celebration
formats you
I some distance from the I was born June 19, 1925: in Freddie bad ever_ ridden these Mrs Hitch's room. 11 '
and John &.11
of victory.See McKInney Anderson are ,
| There Invisible Lake at Flor and she 'I .
are signs County Okahumpka horses got a little ner ,
you at the bon-flre after always arguing In science class ? We are beginning our imaginary \
e corners in the balls ida. I lived there two years before vous. They were trying to play MANUSCRIPT COVERS -41 { ,, \
the game tonight That Mack Flitch always has trip to Baffin Island to visitthe
not but areas moving to Ocala. There I cowgirls and the horses IPi" '
seen they roundup 100 BRADFORD COUNTY I"
a wad of gum In his mouth ? Eskimos.\ per 4 .
conscience and lived for and then we when of
your one year one them named Gen. TELEGRAPH.: .
Albert Kite was 111 last week;
ouJd heed them and moved to Senior NewsThe eral started toward I
go Sparr. Freddie. Well School we missed him. 1l 1\l\ '

ow, because, you do not At the age of six I entered I'll let you draw your own conclusions riHCMT rOI'MT.r RRADRORD i k r

have a headache caused school there. When I was in the seniors definitely had some but Carolyn has to havea : School Is a funny place to go, Eileen last Adklrwon week with visited her cousin ourroom ('WRY.l" TW. PL.OHIHAIllo'nry' .N ClfAMIN : !. I'i'

too fast. third grade we moved to good of their privileges taken away place in the fence repaired It's a funny place to be; I. Jon., Plalnllffl vs. Ar- P i t
when Louise Carter. I ten. Jonvn, Defendant. Case No.
Monday morning they were When lunch on mathematics,
Is absolutely no reason old Starke where I continued my. where someone with a 26-inch Witches black cats and pumpkins mil.

hurry .of some students school and have made it my : movedfrom large study hall.little study.hall It seems that Into waistline went. .'through. Who And dine on history; are very much In evidencein oitntsn AND NOTICTO or PUBLICATION TO AI'I'WAH; k

i not Counted late to class home. could It have been'J.on4.rl! STATE! OK KIxmtHA to: ArUoe [
You have to learn to read our, room now. \
after twelve long they I
years If want WseVsonW't'nervous J..nAII. ego| W. H. lIattl.. W dl"y.Ovorsla. .
[ take your time in trying This past summer I had a very should be given a seat where you And you have to learn to wrltejAn.1 ; Mrs. Hart teacher. !

the congestion In the to' wrecks" In school. Just go to You are required to appear on j .
exciting trip. I went New Orleans don't have to break their teacher talks to you all day I 1
I they the typing room at1 the end of \OTICM 01" AITI.IfATION fJ."Amb.r Int., 1If1, In th. above \ I
La., and stayed three On what Is wrong and right. h..ln, :fl' .I'
backs to study a leaaon. They FOR T.* IIKKIIenai : named Court and cause I .
I Is all right when used In weeks. I bad a grand time sightseeing each week. Everyone Is rushing <.. HIII. N*. ma plaintiff .*..k. dlvorc and custodyof 'I .II
| placet :iad to make room for the new around trying to finish .this I But I think that It's worthwhile, NOTK'K IS IIKHKHY 01VRN, child. Bradford' County Tl-
swimming, and going to 8th grade. ThMl Ruby: A. lUyo": holder or .. graph shall pul llnh thin Order III : I
t t the doctor or win a race. the picture show. These are my after weeks' work. Ixn't it awful students Think of the things you learn Tax Certificate No. 4914, Immed meal four weekly l: 'd.'ttI..I"1 ; 1
The seniors a lengthy
l U ? to do; rod dRY l of Hcptcmbnr A. U th.1/ I I IJin I Witness tnr hand seat '' ,
fry very well when favorite forms of recreation. My discussion, have considered baying filed Hume In my riffle. andnun at Flu. this Oct. 24. 1941. I j

'ught l Is used too; dislikes are conceited people and annual this We only I wonder why June B. la so I So I think I'll keep on going niHde, ap|>lloiillI
an year. An ('I.rk nf said, Court 10.91l 11.21 ,
ION l la the word what- small! I guess. It Just comes na Don't you ? lo li lnmirO thereon Hiii.1 rrrtirirHlf t
disappointments. hope that the responsibility will emlimoee t b. followingc1tMiTlliit1 O. A. Mtph. nii., Iack.unvllls, Klor.Ida. I
r do.Anna's. tural. If so, I wish some naturalness Merle Gilder 1'lf. I
you to be- reporter |properly| In the fount Ally fur r.
I had my mind made up not be placed on the shoulders "
would drift toward me. Keep of llruilford Sluta of Klorlilit, l y4. '
come a pharmacist but since I of a few. wit: IV ('IN/TIT ('GIRT. Illl %I)KOHINT 'll, f ,

Manners have started taking typing and Many of the seniors have already up the "A" work, June. What Would You Do? Lots. I, t,Hei'H 4, T of, Hilt 14 f.ftl >'. ...I.IIUII"I IN fllANTtioinitK '
In. ,1ii oty. ill 'I'WI'| < H. It. l
bookkeeping I have loot the desire paid for their rings and we Song of the week-"I know 22 K.H 'I411Y.: Krnni-ln" nurkii, I'lulntlff., I I. j

Mary Anna: and have decided to becomea hope that the others will soon do why and HO do you" from Sun For a laugh this week I went ''he a..i'H..Tii..nt of 'h. HAM V*. Margaret! .M.. Hurk, OrfvudanU. .
under l Ihs ....1.1| | c'wrtlfli'uleIMHIJPI' t
fre proi rrly CUH. N/i. 1515.(11tUbat If ,
performed several kind. Valley Serenade The Cheerleaders around and l asked different stu-
secretary.The so. Remember seniors, one per wan hi III. nuniu. of Un: OK pirni.lCATION: :

Ifor certain people and hold the whole class have. been singing It continue dents In our room the following known.Ihle.a. ANIl AIM'KAIt ,
of son can up : I I'
I happiest moment my |! | said .1'11'.10. chilli li* H ,qNnII';! : 12I;:: .. to: MnrHt ,1 1
received so much a s a life will be when I see New Or- from getting immediate delivery. ously. question: r..d..d' l Hfi'orilliiir in lnw, the "rt.t M. llurk (Ot IMttdflold.MnmiurhiiHflto I i
1 you.' I wish some "Helpful If property clvm-rllifd 1 llirrHn will liMikl Uvlnioton Apart. ,
Harry"would "What would you grab first i'o[
leans again. ..
to tlio hlach..t hlil I..r l ol ltirotirl
13 HHi'ond Mired'l.
l II your opinion of these (From the Senior Class goes Care Of Books I advise me as to which your house was to catch fire?" hoUHit door cm the trot Monitny lucent You \are required| to appear anririnl I J' 4.
shows w/ : In dm mimth' nf l""irnil..ir. tli. ,
to attend this k-"Helle II.ir Int., IKIt, In nbov
the wish that your happiness Barbara Thornton--Gee, heaven I H4I. which" In the 11 Any. of Ile.camber whrln ';
nHin* Court and r"im*, : S
all other desires may be obtained Students, you have made an In Starr "It Starter With, Eve, only knows what I would grab. I1M I. tilulntlff seekS illvorr Ilru.lforrl I' i
f Helen: Dust .loud. \IhlM 27lh day of. nctutvr .. .. !
) vestment. When you paid your in the ,! and County T l arntih; shall publish -II.t'
uk Shirley. Margaret Strlngfellow grab 1941. this Order In n.x t four w*..klyIIIMII.I \
them .
very rude and if library fees, you helped Insure many other wondetlful0lictures, OKKI.( HI'IM.: ) A. .1. ThnniMfi., *. ,
I could reach.
alder them as your friends. future happiness. For If all are on. I Just can't make Up my everything I'I.rk| of I'lrrult Court of hradford. I l Witness. my hand and official sealat I
> just Tenth Grade News your Olin White-I wouldn't. County: Florida. 10-31 4t 11.21 HiHrk4. kin. thin Ort 27 1941.IOKKICIAI. t'jI
mark feeble mind!
them off ::
your students paid fees the amount J. A. Marlines-I'd grab my -- KIOAI) A. ;J. 'llhnmasAn ; ,
would be over $120. Not long Well folks, have a..good time I* f IIICI IT fill II" '. MIMItPOHH I Clrk of said Court 10-21 4t 11.11 I I
Particular situation brings io-n on Hallowe'en and I'll be with I bed and carry It outside and go 1-111 v'l'9. Kl.nllllltl IS lilt *. Louis N. Joel, Jacknonvlllv, Florida. i
|" a little memory gem Ito students Jewell Griffin, who Into the school. There were $123.- you again next week. a-I'll tell Arne' llmiKrr. Pliilntlff, v.. Il.llllauitrr I i
our you .
d .
tfeiiiliint. la. No. 1A44.OIIMKtt
copy in school. It is Students / IN C in1'IT ('iii M T, 1..II"OIU'
there. ,
63 worth of I
'liS: has left us to make a home of what 1 would grab I last my : OK' IMIHI.Ii'ATION C'OI NTV. fl.OIIIIIAl IN 'IAN1I' \ .
her I'll bet she Is glad she YOU bought those books. Theyare Pass The OrchidsIf school books!" ANr NflTU'H Til AITKAIl: I ,
rig own. HTATH: OK FI.OUUM ,..11 /hassle '
like doors with hold sal: ,' Ma Nick Plaintiff, vn.Vlrall t
open have and to I
took Home Economics. yours ; Mr. Futch It depends what 11....... Philadelphia, l'nrmyvn| .K. Klok. Defendant (Can No. I II
until you graduate or enter an- I were asked to'list the most nu : 1141. i '
time of day It Is, If It Is noon I
"ao> We wonder why- You to 1
requlr.d ontee'emh.r
arm "PI..nr /OHiKI :
very, very little key Treat these booksas I { OK f'trl1l.I'ATION I
other school.
and teachers
I never friendly cooperative would grab my hat. lot., 11)41, In the abovertHtiifl I ANH NOTK'K TO APPKAK:
forget that they ares History seems so hard to in home. and wherein .
you treat those your Court cauni, HTATK OK KIltlI) to: Vfr.HK. g
: ? of Bradford High School I would Ellen Mersvreau don't get It, ilMlntlff. *..kN dlvorr. Itrn.lf.irilViunty t
students YOURS. { "I.k. whose rNld nt<* !I. Unknown.
ank They are most certainly not forget Miss what's the Joke Telegraph. hall: put I>I ll/ h |I You are 'I'r..d' to appear on '.
you, sir' and 'If you The weather keeps fooling us ? thin Order In next four weeklyIenlsA 1
December nhov
Int., I U4I, In the
aae'." Stump the heRd of our foreign Curtis Lanler-I wouldn't grab I,
laughing named Court and cause. wherein !
Evelyn Hall keeps Campus Fashions language department anything, I would Just run. Witness my hun.l and official seal plaintiff: seeks divorce.I Ilrndford !i
she did over the at Hterke, thin ) 1941.
about something KlM. ( et lt. j shall .1
County Telrirraph publish
Deloren Creekmore
t Weaknesses week-end? I have been asked to write Since she Is both a graduateand -Myself. IOKKHMAI. "Jr."'.) A. J. ThoitmnAn thin Or.l..r In nest four weekly. .
a teacher of Bradford High, Margie Reddlith-My lipstick.I rierk of ..a Court.. 10-91 4t 11-21 Unueii.Wltn. ,. 7/
to to about good, campus fashions. This II. T. Rogers. Javkftonvlllr, Fla., ... ,i I"
Georgia didn't want go hope had fun reading *** mr hand and official '
It Is natural 'thM'she should you .
ey 1 only Ally for rif. Fin. .. .
Morgan New Orleans. week I shall tell you something at Ml.rkiq thin Oct. J" 141.OFFICIAL .
Brannen English class last Friday morning that take great' Interest In Its progress.Her these. We will try to have more ( HEAL) A..I. T ,.."' ..) I n nI.

Blue eyes. ?. about shoes, according to in the like these In the future IN ('liu'1'I'r'OI'RT, m "i>roHn A* Clerk of said Court. 10-11 4t II-U I .
?>' !, Winter Haven.. ; old advice: "Start at the bottom patient guidance affairs c'nl'v''y, FMIHIIl/tl IN l'HAr. (I. A, Mteh.na, Jacksonville, Fla. \ g '
Peele Mrs. Burnett's car wouldn'tetart of the senior class for the Freddie Wlmberly-10-P reporter C:": "Y. Atly. for I If. :;
Conceited Brown- and work up. _
? Arthur Kneel. Plaintiff vs. Honhl
11. Monday afternoon of shoes I.I Is past several years have proved I base 'lL
boys' .
The!: problem THE DEFEAT OF WILDWOOO Kns- l. Defendant No. IN f'IR1'.T LOIN?. BRADFORD '
wet Monday that she has not only the Interest
/ Roberts Pepsi-Colas. Why everyone was I very simple. Boys wear the same 1510. mi'lNTV.'" KI.OIIIUAl CHANtKHY. tI
of tbe school but the Interest of onnen ntf pnBiirATiovANI "
1Ia' morning? shoes :
-KUch nice looking
Hay Loft Hop. comfortable By Jerry Silcox and Dot Green NOTICM TO APt'KAK E: e..atYhlda

'Loper. Square Dancing. Someone visited the school office anywhere, to school or to a formal the students. Her friendly nature KTATK OK. FLORIDA toi Sophie Owen fI. Oliver Plaintiff, ... ..4,,

e i Moncrief. School. last Tuesday night withoutan I affair with little change ex- and helpful attitude always makesone Listen my children. Just aa you Ins Kngfl, l.ont 144-JS liilnnd.' gird Now Avenoa York, Klunh- l.ory 154*' Oliver Defendant. Case Now r'lORnER }

Davie MemorizingJ Invitation and took a souvenir -: cept In season. Black can be worn feel at ease In her classes.' If should You *.r. r.
advice or aid Is needed she Is About tbe Tornadoes beatingthe Int.? 141, 'In the nbov ANn NOTirK: Tf APPEAR Y', +I'
I sometimes relieved .,
it la .
TJewell year round; named Court and cause, ".r.ln HTATB OFFIOHIOA. tot Lucy I'' "
ever willing to help. But her activity Wooly Wlldwoods. plaintiff nrrk divorce. FlradfordPnuntv
Malone C. finally let her nails by white or brown and Oliver whose reldenr la Unknown -
Is limited to the school Tulriiraph hall publish I
not Tbe score we scored was nine .
white In the summer this order In n.ltt four wkly ,
TMargaret You to
long required on
are appear
grow for she Is ........
lye alone now serving as teen to six I. ,
Green, Cheer Stringfellow and Girls' shoes present a greater December Int.. 11141. In the above i'
I leading. different president of the !local Woman's) And believe It was a* witness mY hand and official sass named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff .'
me. easy <
Brown Blonds. Edna Mae Moseley got to schoolon problem. There are many at Mlnrk flu. this Oct. 27 1941.OFKKMAh'HKAM Mveke divorce. Bradford .
Rae Starling. morning? styles colors and varieties Club. When In doubt about a subject u picking up sticks. ( A. J. T1lomssA. County Telegraph shall publishthis :'
Farmers. time Monday invariably hear the ('I.rk of n. ld Court, 10-31 ct 11-21 Order In next four weekly. l
er you reply We beat them and banged them
For campus -
King. Chewing Matches. Ralph Dudley's curly hair does from which to choose. Irfxiln M. Jo.l. Jacknonvlll, 0'la.. l lanes.Y.
k Crew(. Brunettes. wear tow-heeled or flat-bot "Ask Mix Stump Shell help and threw them around. Atty. for fit.IN Wltne my hand and official, seal

*flier! not stay in place. tomed shoes are the kind to wear you." Now you've guessed it. We And half the time they were all at Hterke. flu. this Oct. t*. 141.lOrPIClAI ;t
Acting like kid. Jewell Carter reporter. ThomaA .
a cini'iTr (ot RT nittitPOHiiKl.Olllllt. 8KAL> A. J
like her. We want to her.In .
Morgan and Sandals keep on the ground. of 1. Court, 10-31
Gator Hunting. 10-F for comfort: ease. C'OII re IN HAN.M Clerk Kit 1 4t ll-tt !
!heeled shoe are to be fact we Just couldn't, do with- Just three touchdown were all rrnr.Georg. I. A. Mtephene. Jacksonville, ftor- ','
leaauras, Blond w It hy Some of the girls In our room and hlgh out her.Eighth. M r.ulv.rhou.. Ida. Atty. for Plf.
and made a 10 F worn to town dances church or we made IMalntirr. -

Davie got together Here Is the way other dress-up affairs. With a But thank you It was better ...- r*a." NO. Ute !IIOTI4'P: r;
Military Halr- Girl.
i Glamour than they. Dorothy Rarrnall Culverhouse TO WHOM IT MAY CONCnRNrYou ...
and taste girls can Grade NewsSA
: little tonight n'enotanl ..
she Is to look: wIll take notice that
[Andrews, Harvard Glamour Girl find campus shoes which go well Green caught the ball and onr>KR: OF r't'RLI'AT10Nf on the Srd .r.t.a. fJvcmeber.. A.D..
Accent. lop ANn NOT...'!': TO APPEAR r
In the forenoon
to pushed through, the line last at 10.00: -
rryinan.. Football. Ellen Mersereau'a, feet. with tbe clothes they wear HTATR' OF rtJT>H\lt\\ to: Horo. or an noon thereafter a* the
I ones. Sports and Reddlan's legs. school and which look well too. I What would happen f- And made a touchdown that thy larrnall Culverhume. r.sidsnce l l ...n.. may lie heard, the undr- \' t
Eating. Margie unknown IJertrude .
George Angelo got to school on was really fine. signed l. It Handeleman.
Lorraine Thomas' figure. iulr.d to appear onr Intend til apply to Honorable A.
nth StrlngfelloWs eyes. Two regular all mrtlclr tot time? Nettles caught the ball 1 and : >.- .nbi..1:: 141 In ahoy omn' ..l / AdklnH, one of the Judges of the
Grade News Margaret I Court and cause, wherein, pleintiffseek. CMrrult Court of the Klxhlh JudicialClreult
tile price of I phi Ic. Your Marlon Manning kept quiet in went running around dlvorr
Myrtle Dobb's hair. nrndford Cnunty of the State of Florida. 'In .
7-D to have a chance to double the quantity at school? An
,tve Next week we hope plus a few pennies.II Collette left her gum at home ? square on the ground. In noxt four w..kly. |nnu... office In the Cmirthoue. In the t '
a new pupu Elale CoIf 10-F Glamour Boy. that Is If our regular priee Wiles, my hand and officialHRAT. City of Htark. Florida' for a II- ( .
''* their Blinds Next week Wednesday. TbarMUy, Billy Brook dated Virginia Now all I can say is we have a seal at atarke. Plurlda Chic Oc. ('.n... &o manage, take chars; of. I') ,
make !
f a enneeeee. We areUAb.ave girls can, up November 5, Dursbimer swell team I..b..r 21. 1141.IOFVI'lAI. and control hr property and to g .
her and like her whether his hair should be red or Friday Saturday. .) A. J. Thomas become a free dealer In every r_ : I
7, 8. Carpenter's the BexaJl Dn 6.1 The school house dlda't leak? And if you watch them you An Clerk of Said' Court. *p..ot. I

black. Haul Fields, reporter. will have to scream. Unlcht Knls-ht' Pla.. HKAK.) n..rtrude B. Handelemain.
Reporter Joyce Moore. Freddie Wlmberly reporter. Store. AU,.. for Plf. 41 11-21 10.11 4t u.nw.


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Bradford County Telenexhfuuraweeklylleaueea named ---=:::
located of children. Court :::fj
be and
I SOCIETY and CLUBS I WSCS Observes where soon as the I can YW waylay will the little Order In Plaintiff seeks dlvoroT' Br sheCounty MS
hand and otflelaleeal Teleg-raph *"
Week Of PrayerThe tell Wltnesa 'huii !/'
bird who'll me Stnrke" FlA. this Oct. 3(1. 1941."OFFICIAL Order In next four ""''U
SHAD A..1. ThomasAa Witness mv hand Weekl, I.
Woman's Society of Christian Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t u1' -!! .t Atarke. Fln, and1'11&1:1'
Hallowe'en Party Eaptist Circles Miss Martha Drownlee Service of the Methodist Arch Thoman an' Lax Green' ( ICIAr. NEALI the A, I60' 11(1OF"

For Intermediates Becomes Bride church observed the Week of still talkln' about their, spine- '' ("InI''T COrilT, BRADFORD A. l\ rk of raid court 10'1! .
Baptist W. M. S. Circles will Prayer Monday and Tuesday afternoons tingling ride to Tally an' back CO!'VTY' FLOR.OAI I.V! CHAN =-- .Il
Of Earl Holt JohnsonA 1'F:1t Y.Teobald.
Tuesday night the Intermediate meet Monday afternoon Novem at the church. Tuesday In the rear seat of Gene Ferfhlna, Plaintiff, vs.Danlela Public

of the MethodUt[ Fellowship ber 3 at 3 o'clock as follows: Monday afternoon Mrs. I. P. Connell's station wagon Huljanovlc Ferchlna. De'endant. Stenographer
marriage in which much !Interest Case No. I5 group enjoyed a Hallowe'en partyat Circle No. 1 with Mrs A. M Shepherd had charge of the service Seems the genial Gene transported ORDER OF PUBLICATION White
the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Rlcharde at the State Farm. centers was that of Miss and after prayer and singIng a delegation up to see the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I In

G. C. Powell Circle No. 2 with .Mrs. A. O. Martha Elizabeth Brownlee only with Mrs, F, H. Long as Governor about Road 261 an' .Buljanovlc STATE OF Ferichlna FLORIDA, whose to Danlela residence W. T, Clute's Office!

About 20 young people dressed Andreu. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. pianist, the following subjects didn't pare the hosses Arch la Unknown. I H9 East Call St
to on
You are required appear
In Interesting costumes were directed Circle No. 3 with Mrs. T. B. Brownlee of Starke, and Earl were reviewed: Deaconess' Retirement an' Lex sat on the back seat an'got pecember 1. 1941 in the above
by candles from the front I Fund Mrs. W. B. Sewell; the full effect of the station
Harding. Holt Johnson son of Mr. and
to the back porch where they Brewester Hospital, Mr W. O. wagon's swayin' < "We didn'tknow
entered the living room over hazards I 1 Circle No. 4 with Mrs L. G.Gallant. Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Durham, Halle; Chrlstlan.Uterature In for tUl we got back that Gene FUNERAL DIRECTOR

of broom sticks and stretched N. C. The Impressive ceremony Med is an ex-racetrack driver," they Year Makes It Possible
I' sign land, Miss Olive Ray; My Many: Experience: for Me to gent. _
string. was performed Sunday morning, Equipment Around the.World cldentally: Lex called at FSWC EFFICIENT. I"BOHPT..s OOCBTEOUS
:Many Hallowe'en games were Ronnie W Lyncn. wo came to October 26. by the Rev. Leslie A. Mrs. Hogan Smiths said between shudders In- MODERATE PRICES eisvlca

played after which refreshments !Starke last October\ and was employed Shepherd at bin home at the, afternoon 'the meet whlla in the capital an' took niece .
Tuesday Dt/WTTT C.
of sandwiches, doughnuts apples at the Three Friends' Barber State Farm and was witnessed tor Betty Green out to lunch '. j j '
and served. after absence In by Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Scott Jr. ing was a "retreat" prayer Conversation, I hear was about .-.FletlaaINSURANCE
an .
hunch !A shop/ I and, meditation and was led by
.I( 'Jasper'pf 'about .two' monlLs, has The bride, an attractive .blonde ; bosses, bosses an' more horses !
Mrs. A. Wood wbo was assisted
811JAFFE!: '..I.BrfRIP INK '';'" returned here with his wife and chose as her wedding dreoa a-two: by Mrs.,J. W. White Mrs. O.' C. 't f I gather that Betty would '

FUk *1, Q&. $1.75-BRADFORD Is employed at the City Barber i piece wool suit of dark green, Powell and Mrs!'W.-< E. Mlddleton. like[ Tally much better if they
COUNTY and her accessories were o f occasional rodeo between
Shop. an A N D BON
The silver offering for the D S
-.1 brown.' A corsage o t gardenias classes .
above mentioned objects amounted -
completed her costume. Mrs. -
to $11.50.Circles .
Regular Dinners Short Johnson was graduated from the Stoo bad ror a beautiful tune

Bradford County High School attended To Meet like "I Don't Wanna Set the HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

Orders & SandwichesTRY Stetson University and World on Fire" to be plugged

Summer terms at the Universityof Circles of the..Women' Societyof slugged and mugged, to death In
Florida and received nurse's a coupla weeks, but those Jus'
Christian Service-of the Meth Constant Service Over 50 Years
OUR DELICIOUS HOME training at Riverside Hospital In the
odist Church' will' 'meet Monday what's happ nln". In pre-
MADE COFFEE Jacksonville. She la now em- afternoon at 3 o'clock. C 1 r cle ;Jookorgan era It would have

ployed by the New York Casualty Number One will ,meet at the lasted at least six month Please Phone 146 Starke
i Company as Industrial Nurse at The Dixie Slat Division nooa-
home of Judge'and Mrs. E. K.
THE A & A CAFEBack Camp Blandlng.( The Brownlees
Perryman; Circle Number Two paper) tells one about a wiserackln' -
were a prominent family of Mississippi
private who was bavin'his
wUl meet at the parsonage with :
Carpenter'sPrompt : who came to Starke In
appendix removed under a
1 Mrs. O. C. Powell as hostess;
1885: ; and on her maternal aide
local anaesthetic at the station
Circle Number Three will be entertained
she I la a granddaughter of the ) '. As the
by Mrs. Jk M. Smith at hcmptta surgeon
late Col. W. T. Weeks whose Gulf Life Insurance Co.
I her home on East Madison Street. started sewing the Incision the
family were settlers of
early rookie yelped "Stitch me doctor;
Service Careful Drivers
. Bradford County.Mr. U. D. C. To Meet eight to the scar!" lUke AGENTS
Johnson son of 1 Mr and .' the Chamber of Commerce ban
Mrs. W H. Johnson of Durham, The Wr. T., We.s ks- Chapter. ners which woo newcomers with ROY M. STONE w. R. (BILL) ALVAREZ !
Starke Taxi Service N. C., was graduated from the United Daughters-of the Confederacy the slogan: "Our Town la Your

Durham high1' school; received his will meet Wednesday afternooa.Novbmtber.tiat Town"' UnDerstand 'twas Nat P. O. Boa 308, Starke, Florida

training rill technique at Idea ..... >
x-ray /' 3:30 o'clock Sternberg' -
I .
Locally Owned 'and Opeated Duke University and later be at the'home ofJudge: and\ ;Mrs..A. SEE US 'TODAY-TOMORROW IS
came an instructor In x-ray tech- Z. Adkins. Hostesses: Mrs. Ad- Well, my tongue Is your tongue,
Phone 150 nique at Duke University. He klns.i Misses' Olive-'and' Amelia butt, can't waggle on forever, so OFTEN TOO LATE
Is now connected with the x-ray Ray. guess I'll sign off for this time

Day Night Department of the Station Hospital vKlmmonsPeer hi ., So long '. See you at the

at Camp BlaDdIn IJ' County Fair, .

Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. '.e -Carolyn.

J. M. Brownlee gave a family Mr and Mrs Cbarles Parker '

dinner party In honor of their of Starke announce the engagement To Air ConditionThe

daughter and her husband. At of Miss Corinne Klmmons 1'IlR1mIr

present, Mr. and Mrs. Johnsonare to Sgt. Eugene_,Peer of Rutland Park Theatre Is having ;

making their home at the A. Vt., and Camp Blandlng. The Ben Hall contractor put waterproofing -
J. Thomas cottage on Kingsley marriage will be'' a n event of stucco all around the

Lake. event of January 31. building W. N. Carnasion man-

Miss Kimmons' formerly of ager announced Wednesday. "This
Do Your
Make your pennies work for Raleigh N. C.,..is?now employed is being done" Mr. Carnaslon explained Tradingwhere

STARKE FLA you. Two of any Item listed for at; the P. S. military supply store "in preparation for the
6 pieces Rogers Silverware in
air-conditioning of our theatre.
the price of one plus one penny. in Starke. \
Wednesday, T h u r a day, Friday, -, We already have a fine heating given away with every $40 in trade

Saturday November 0, 6, 7, 8. Mrs. Hugh Ferguson of Greenville plant" he said, "but we are going or certificates.
Carpenter's. The Rexall Drug MI..., Is visiting Mrs. Shelly to install a complete modernair Are Redeemed

Sunday Monday-Nov. 2, 3 Store. Hall '? conditioning plant before the in Cub M SMITH'S GARAGE

', "MOON OVER MIAMI" summer season" Ton Chooa STARKE FLORIDA

I w In Gorgeous' Technicolor ML ..t i II! CIRCUIT CDfllTV. BRADFORD ,

i With Don Ameche Betty Grable, Robert Cummings Callstreetr COUNTY FLORIDA. 1ST! A1CKRT! .. .
''I I, News Cartoon' Comedy. Carolyn ; Herbert A. Buckley Plaintiff, vs.'
'',U I Ann Wilt Buckley Defendant. Case

1// Tuesday Nov. 4 -. Double Feature No. 1524.ORDER .

Lon Cbnney, Jr. and Eddie Quillan lome on out on Hallowe'en deep sea fish In', lately you're STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ann

No. "HITLER TilE BEAST OF BERLIN" For the blggrat time you've simply out of things" my deah Wilt Buckley whose residence Is The

With Roland Drew and Steffl Duna ever seen v 'Sall the r',ge .;Ir, Red an' Unknown.You Original

Then out to watch oar own Katty Monteith, Harry an' Nettle are required to appear on
Wednesday Thursday-November 5, 6 Tornadoes Tucker, Bill an' Alice Graham, December Int.. 1841 In the above
named Court and wherein
"THE BAD MAN" Enjoy a dish of mashed Potatoes Herbert an' Evelyn Rltch Ethel plaintiff necks divorce Bradford

Starring Wallace Beery, with Lionel Barrymore Biggs, A. E. Denham an' Abbte County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thinOrder Rexall One CentSALE

News Cartoon Comedy Harley Bill an' Dot Powell Witness my hand and otrl<'lal..al
Look! like the more the week Nooky alnwrlght an' Eddie at Starke Fla., this Oct. 23., 1941
Frl., Sat., Nov. 7, 8-.Double Feature ends come the bigger they get! Hartmann have all been hlttln' (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A J. Thomas.
As Clerk of sold Court 10-24 4t 11-14
No. DANCE HALL" Frlnstance, tonight's festivities the high seas at Horseshoe lately W. Marlon Hendry Tampa Fla.
With Carole Landls, Cesar Romero : Parade, street dancln', bonfires Hear they got terribly sun- Atty. for Plf.
No. 2-Tex Ritter[ in "THE PIONEERS" and another historical' clash ,' sick and seaburned las' Sunday -

Also Chapter 2-"SKA: KAIUEKS" at Bradford Park ? Tornadoes but plan to go again Theses iv "IR.T cornT. BIIIDKOKDC'OI .
Cartoon vs. Hastings Potatoes--er, I mean the ole spirit 1 VTY. FI.OIIIU4I l\ (,11A:\.

Spuds After las' Friday's --t.. 1'FHY.WIIIIe.. A. Farrar Plaintiff, ve.
i Saturday, Nov. 8 Midnight Show. 11:30: p. m. wallopln' victory our boys should Spotted an' Jotted: Marguerite Klsle Love Farrar, >Defendant. Cane

': "LADY WITH RED HAIR"Starring draw a record crowd '. Highlights Deyorio and Irish Ray Kelly No. OHUER I(U. OF PUBLICATION Wednesday Thursday, Friday &

I Miriam Hopkins of the last fray: Cheer (Standing first loole) a frequent ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR ,

I, arloon Comedy leaders Conga chalnln' over an' twosome these tallish evenings Love STATE Farrar OF, FLORIDA whose residence to: Elsie la

over again In response to popular Madge Wlgham helpin the unknown.You Saturday

demand Youthful Delane cause by &'ivLn', Defense Stamp Devember are 1,required 1941. in to t appear h above on
Hear The Magic Voice ReA New Living Sound ] Thomas lookln' like he'd like to booklets for bingo prizes at bridge named Court and cause, wherein

: join in Billy Overstreefs club Evelyn Stump posin' at County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publlih, Bradford this November 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th

r, solo tooting makln' folks stand Hoover Bros., for new photos, an' Older' In next four weekly Issues.
and look Adorable cradle- start In' the week Witness: my hand and official seal
up ? maneuvers same at Starke. Fla, this Oct. SO. 1S41.OFFICIAL. .
age Mary Satterfield leadin'[ Papa Coincidence Reporter ( HEAL) A J. Thomas -.- .-...
Bob a merry chase Telfalr Carlton efficiently leadln' Vesper AH Chan.Clerk. f said,court.Jacksonville 10.81t., 11-21 Fla.

FOR THE GREATEST YIELD USE Long ,tryin' to reserve a seat tor Service slngln at the Y on Sun Atty. for Plf.IV 50c

'f next season In Dot and Bill day>afternoons Young hopefuls CIHCrlT -COl'RT. 100 Purtest Aspirin, 2 for' ______
Powell's upstairs window star tin' a model airplane
\ : | CHAN
5:, 1t : IhI;,I iGi: I Rii f1f, Their new home will command a club an' on the lookout for somebody KKV.
'l' .r.r'., magnificent view of Bradford who knows something about VMla'jrlc' D.;'r fours Krause Krause, ,Defendant Plaintiff: Mi31 Antiseptic Solution, 2 pints for

': dls,' ; Park bulUIn 'em Edna Hart drlv- Case No. 1641.ORDER .

., in her new green Oldsmobile ANO NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 76c
Serm that if you haven't been Pauline' Pickena off for Fall STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard Theatrical Cold Cream, 2 lbs for
],Frolics_at G'ville las' weekend '!JKrauss Known.. whose residence la uo- ;\

t Robert Green an' Hedy Williams you are required to appear on 5lc

,.. .t 1 u {Iii, IF. i / J. H. COUBTMANCH ,flndln' they have Iota in December named .Court t. 1941.and cause In the, wherein above Adrienne Face Powder, 2 for -

=- Watch-Maker common plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford
'- County Telegraph shall publish this 31c
-- Jim's1 BUY WITH CONFIDENCEAT Order In next four weekly Issues _
_. Rexettea 2 for _
_____ __ ___*--
Ali "'=::'-- A lxmontli'old pullet couldn'tbe Witness my hand and official .seal -
t 3i ,, L'?= prouder of layin' her first at Rtarkft, Fla. this Oct. 10. 1811.
t any
Fr fF ,=; egg than we were Sattldy ..yemlayin' As Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t 11-ri l .
.. _._ .
our first cornerstone Atty.C. for" Duller Plf.' Jacksonville Fla n u

: Musta been just about a record -

,/S-! crowd of distinguished guests. IV! CIHOtTT COVRT. BRADFORD for a
Lex's big hat an' flowln. tie lend- (COUNTY.'KM! V FLORIDAl IN CHAN: Hundreds of other bargains. Ask

in' Just the picturesque touch to Herman Hodcea. Plaintiff, "..
offset the sternly-tailored uniforms No.M.r..t laffO. Hodsres.. Defendant. Case circular giving full details

.. Col. Faulconer Intro- ORDER OF PUBLICATION
1 t ducin' Peg Ersklne aa,"the sweetheart ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
of 60.000 sold Iei'll" lodges*. Route No. I, Yancey-
Modest Bob Wear forced to takea vllle. North Carolina.
are required to appear on
'p 'G 1 bow. although he carefully December 1, 18it. In the above SPECIALS'CARPENTER'S '!
omitted his own ;nme, from the plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvor"(cause.., Bradford wherein WATCH FOR THE DAILY

program Hell be In charge County Teleirniph shall publish this
of the new USO building, but always Order 1ft next four weekly Issues.
1 t A pair of crutchesare %Xtn"Ir.hand! and official seal
likea to stay in the back at Stnrke. Fla this Oct. 30. 1941
easy to use if25.OOO ground Pretty girls servin' OFFICIAL SEAL) A.1. Thomas
As Clerkof said{ court. 10-S1 4t II-U
i free Coca-Colas-thanks to De- Chao Dtlller Jacksonville Fl.
> gowith'emCharley Witt Jones Capt. Reed pro- Atty. tor Plt.lY .

mlsln' the building will be ready '
E. Johns for Christmas festivities for soldiers OI"TY, FLORIDA IV CII.''''.
l who can't get Lome 'for the fFRY.

00---, n ,_ Agency holiday Charlie Mae Carter I J:esyJoseph 1 H rdjFlallefendant
add[In' a dab of mortar to the Case. Na tae8.ORDER .

cornerstone as nonchlantly as >IfehlS ASf NOTIcE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR
A. M. Darby'sPhone Startle Florida) did it every day of her life STATE or" FLORIDA I.: Jal\1' SforDOC731
Joseph Hardy, of Roronch of TAe ,
119 Eat Call Street She's the YWCA worker here Brooklyn County of Kinga. and
now Seems they're takin' a Stat" .f New York
77 Telephone IS TOil era requlr..d to
Starke, Fla. hand and helpin 'girls in defense Dec.mber 1. l.fI. .In t'hTYbov.
area work I'll l let you know n.mM Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff aeeka divorce and custody

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IosER a1, 1941
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS YWA Members Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas IV rinri'iT rot RT. nntnroHUt comber A. D ton, Easement for
. ('01'1''''' '. RI.OHIDAIV" ('II'I ,':\'. rand right of way HOI feet wIde
:Meet At 1'astorium announce the birth of 'a daughteron :H". will be reiierved from any parcel
October 23. Edward Hefuler. Plaintiff va. thrmirl which there la an exl.I.tlns'at.
Thursday, Prtor
Lillian I HelHlvr. Defendant.. Cane No. $ Knad. iX I
and Mary Mrs. Charles Schellet The Y. W. A. met at the home
Helen Dowling of OcaJa Mrs Mary Cole and daughter' to her marriage Mr. Thomas was JJ64 Loin 1. t Hlk :3 Lincoln City In
attended the R. A. F. joined her husband here last Jessie, and Mrs. of Mrs. A. E. Light foot Monday OHDER OK PUnl.lC.ATmN Ri". of Iouh. W of Ily $.c. If. Twp. '
1 Littleton Cole Miss Dorothy Clour.B. fl P 1*, al to].
In Jacksonville week. Mr. Schellet is employed by I night at 7:30: o'clock. AND NOTICE; TO AP1M2AK % *
on, Dance Hubbard and daughter. Catherine and Mrs.' H. Henderson bookkeeper for 8TTE OF FLiOninA toi Lillian Lot :.1 of Hlk 10 Lincoln City In
night. Construction Co., at Dewey Cole of Lake City were' The meeting was led by Fanny 1I..1.I..r.. w hone residence. I I. un. R'ji.O tiKV.: W of Hy. Moo. J2, Twp.OP :
Camp Blanding. the Coca-Cola left known. 65. 12,2:* ii.TttlteiTRhs.
RhOdes L. M. GaInes They have an the guests Tuesday of Mrs. P. Silcox vice president Th Y. Company
students at apartment at the Futch W. A. "0 Zion Haste for You are required to appear. onDeoembrr INTERNAL: IMrilOVRMK.NT -
mv Sewell Apartment M. Barefoot.C. hymn. was Tuesday Lakeland to attend I, 1941. In the above PUNt) HTATK OK"PLAIItlltA.
verity of Florida, spent House on Cherry Street. B. Connor spent the week. sung at the opening. Scripture the funeral of his brother F. M. nnnivd, Court and catiHe, wherein Hy A. J. Thomas, a
Agent Tn. I. Bradford
1. Fund
Mrs. Edwin Green plaintiff seeks divorce, Kradford
their and with "Harvest" the Henderson.
-end here with par- daughter end in Tampa visiting his family. verses as County Telegraph shall publish this County it
Patsy, spent last week in Mrs. Wilbur McCall of Gainesville subject: were read and then sentence Oriter In next four weekly l....i .n.Wltnemimy (OFFICIAL REAL)

0, J. Phillip and Miss Lake. Butler with relatives.L. Is the guest this week of her prayers' were'given.. The IM ('inn'IT (05111. HRU>K(>HHCOI at Starke: Pin.hand this.and Oct.official SO, 141.neat
of Lawtey'vl81ted B. McLeod of Orlando wasa parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Subject of the program" was "How 'N'TV. PLOHIIt,| IN: CMAXCKIIY. : : (OFFICIAL *'I AI.) A. J, Thomas
Adams business visitor to Starke and 'Thornton. Long must they Wait In South An ('I.rk..f ..a Id court. 10-81 4tlt-ll AUTO PARTSUSED
moon Phillips Lucy Olannal"lr.a Darn aba Chas Miller, Jacksonville, PU.
Camp Blanding Monday. 'I M... and Mrs. A. E. McKinney America T", showing the great Plaintiff. v.. Vito Harnab. Defen A U)'. fur Plf.
D. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rowe spent last week-end in Oxford, necessity: of missionaries in Brazil dant. C... No. 1691. TIKES REBUILT
spent, the week-end in WUllston and South-American Coun ORDER OF PUBLICATION AUTO'
Georgia visiting their son, Everett ANI NUTICB TO Al'I'EAltRTATE !N O TIC:: H GENERATORS,
with relatives .They were accompanied who Is a student at : OF FLORIDA to: Vito October SOIh.. 1(11BRAnponn GLASS CASH FOR
of Emory tries.Eight .
home by their IOn. Gene, University.Ed member were presentand known.Parnaba, whose .Id..nc.' Is un : COUNTY FLORIDA.1SOT1CB CARS AND TRUCKS IN '
who,will spend this week with the following officers were la HE1tEHh' UIVKN that CONDITION.'n
Langley.' ambulance driver You are required to appear on pursuant to 1'I".Uon' 9 of Chapter
them. for DeWitt C. elected: to serve for the coming December 1. : 4i. In the above n21111. taws of Florida Acts of
666. was calledto named Court and came, wherein 1991 known a> the MlTHrHY ACT Used Autos $25
Miss Luell Lindsey spent the Moult rie, Ga., last week' because year? plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford the following dencrlfeed land In i up
weekend in High Springs with his uncle and aunt Injured President: Dorothy Alvares. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrd.r Hradford County Florida will be
were In next four weekly. IHIIUOH.WltnvaH offered f or*sale at*'punllc outcry HASKINSAUTO' :'
uOt Ak5T3,6MVt.k6'JtssOrJ <, her 'parents. In automobile acclde t./ Vice President. Marguerite GU- my. hand and official' wal. for the hlgh..t'and, beHt cash bM.kubj .
Hy Carleton pIn. at Starke, J ln, this Oct ae>. 1941.OKKU1AI ct to the rlKht' of the true-tee* PARTS J
military supply ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas of the Internal Improvement Fund
dealer, has returned from a 10- Secreta joy t re a surer: Caudle Aa Clerk of Maid court. 10-11 4t 11-11 to reject any and all bid.., at the North" of Towsi on Road) 13fiTiffi ,,
I day business' trip to New York Hazen. ('h. Miller Jacksonville Fla. Courthouse beginning at 10:00: o'.
,,Chairman SU- Atty. for Plf.IR clock A. M. on the Int. Jay of De-
F. H. A. LOANS Program : Fanny I

We want the listing on your property City.W.. A. Gay, of the Bradford cox.Personal I '.IapIINNNNI/YNI1NNIqaL.IW.NXINItlIIIpIINWIYIINNYI.INNalMnp''''' / ..,''''" ,.. ,, ''',,,,,, ,. ..lll,,'.""""' .Nip"IIIIIIII"1'. .. ,. .,/..." ,. ; { eNNLN1IWWIWMIINWINW1aNLYN..YIWIWIWIINNNYL.INW'., .., ..'. .. ." 1 tL

I have some wonderful properties for sale County Abstract Co., spent Fri Service Chairman: .
We day and Saturday in: Tampa attending Ruby Silcox. 1'
See us about your Real Estate Needs a meeting of the Florida Light refreshment were servedat L Visit The "
the close of 'the,7neeting.olv .
E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 Title Association ; !'
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Miss Luc lie Mitchell spent
Monday and Mr. and Mrs. James F.. Hol-
Tuesday visiting her
aunt Mrs. ingswoith announce the birth ofa
LIbby Stephens. In
Lake son. James Franklin II, on Monday ,

Mr.City.and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch October 27, in., the Alachua Gainesville Gas Co. Booth.N

-lorid :JIzealrelIealthfully and Mrs. E. M. Rooks of Galnel.vUle. County Hospital.

a > spent Friday\ in Starke. Mr. BXTKAt EXTRA! Them are I.N
and Mrs. Ritch visited relatives big bargains for everyone' at jour

and Mrs. Rooks was the guest of local Kexall Store during/ the KexaU \ ...
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and other ORIGINAL One Cent! 8id.. AT THEM
friends. Two for the price of one, plus ::1
Sunday Monday November 2-3
Ic. 230 to choose
Men you have lucky day com only bargains
Also Midnight Show November 1 ing. Buy razor blades, shaving from. \\etliMMxIay, 'Thurmlay, Friday l

"WEEK-END IN HAVANA"With creamy lotions, tooth paste, and Saturday November' A, 6, 7,

Alice Faye John Payne 250 other bargains at lo each 8." Carpenter's. The Kexall DrugStore I

dded-Ye Olde ,Mhistrels and Claude Pepper when you buy one more. of the BRADFORDCOUN.TY
H. V. Kaltenborn seine.lien.at .a regular ,price ,-
Wednesday Thursday Friday 1

Tuesday! Wednesday, Thursday, Nov. 4-5-6 Saturday November 5, 6, 7, 8. FOR YOUR' H':BAKING, .N ,

"LADY' BE GOOD"h Carpenter's.Store. TIle Ilex: all Drug SPREE-DEPEND ON MEI FAIR r..I I

Eleanore Powell Ann Sothern and Robert Young Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, of Tampa : .

Added-3 Stooge Comedy & Way of All Pests Is the guest of her Ion-In.law and ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. sue
I Friday Saturday Nov. 7 8-Double Feature
D. Mrs. E. ;M. Thomas has retUrned -

Mary Martin Don Ameche home after spending two i .
weeks with relatives in Sanford : VALUABLE GIFT TO GIVEN AWAY FREE !
o. 2-"Nine Lives Are Not Enough"With While there Mis. Thomas attended BE -- ."

Ronald Reagan Joan Perry the marriage of her niece, Jbw ,
Also Slap Happy Hunters Miss Blanche Cunningham to Mr. .1 f
Harold Blomberg of DeLand. v.

RITZ, THEATRESunday had as recent guests Dr. and Mrs.

Monday Alfred G. Gremwell, and Miss oft/,phaph&, ENTERTAINMENT
"SHE KNEW ALL THE ANSWERS"With Lena Griffin, all of Black Mountain ,kublwefangIRt. .
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N. C., and Punta Gorda.
Joan Bennett Franchot Tone Send for NIW booklet, containing
Mrs. O. Li. Beasley Mrs. A. C. doiens of ferisht, do. to Improve

Tuesday Wednesday Double Feature Durden returned and Mr*. J.from W. KIncaid rP'wnlt; ? :f'Wf: "nnnsmmm' ,,,,,,,,,nenNNninaanrmoNmamamunnntenNna, ,, ,,,,,,'' ,, ,, :,,, ,,,,, ,,, ''' ,Immnnllltnn,,,,, ,"m, .M.It''II'fI',. ,''''' ''''' osnsnnmlmmunenennnNnlnNmns" "" ''' '' '' ''',''''''''ulwnmm''' ''''' '"'m'' 'uNnsmmmlnnnNUtauswlYS.wneusnpnlNt' ''' '' '. ''' ., ''. .''', '''' 'nnnMUe'' ,, lilt''
Vo. "HENRY ALDRICH FOR PRESIDENT"With Saturday Albany, i
Ga., where, they attended the '
the ?,Aldrich ,Family -.: =:== ;.... .
No. "HURRY CHARLIE, HURRY!" Ba'con-Whidby Mrs. Emma wedding.Carlton and Mrs.
With Leon Errol
Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville were

j Thursday Friday-Double Feature guests recently of Judge and Mrs
| No. "SUBMARINE D.l"With A. Z. Adkins.
Mrs. A. C. Durden and daughter -
An All Star Cast
Mrs. J. W. KIncaid have returned HOMESITESPRICED
to their home In Tampa
John Barrymore Also'Latest News Reel after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.

O.. L. Beasley.
Saturday Double FeatureNo.
Mrs. Sallie Tluon who spent
last week here looking alter her
The Three MesquiteersNo. Blness: Interests has returnedto AS LOW AS$4O.OO

2-"THE ROUND UP"With Tampa to be with her sister, e

Richard Dix Mrs. N. N. Norton.

Mrs. E. K. Ferryman leturned
home Tuesday( morning after
spending several days with hereon

NAT SEZ: Emmett Perryman, who is t
at the U. S. Naval Academy, at

:i Hale you noticed how nice our Annapolis Mrs. Fay Md.Gill, Tommy Gill and ,$10: DOWN $10: PER MONTH ,

building looks since,I it. had Its Mrs. J. D. Doyle have returned

p Q face lifted. Ought to be an inspiration from a week's visit in Orlando
3' to some of our property with Mrs. GUI's sister, Mrs W. K. *

awful owners hard but to some inspire.people are Wilder.J.. D.. Doyle recently left for YES SIR... That's all it takes to buy you a Home- ',

Soldiers all gone again, Auesa 111 employed Wilmington.In the N. laundry C. where at he Camp is site, something you undoubtedly have always wanted, in .

catch anybody up that with want my flshln'to trade. Know a Doyle Davis in He the will near be future.joined by Mrs. SECURITY HOMESITES located just a mile and a half

rod and reel for a pair of army W. D. Faxon, aviation 'chiefmachinist's east of Starke on the NEW CAMP BLANDING ROAD.

a pants? at the Jacksonville mate now Air stationed base, HERE'S the chance for the working man. Why pay rent 4?:- c

"Jm Sawyer" "Tom Sawyer" spent family.the week-end here with his when you can buy a nice homesite 50 feet wide and 125 .,

I Shirts for Boys Suits & Trousers W. D. Fender recently returnedto feet deep for as low a price as $40.00 and pay for it in
ta" from N. C.
Starke Wilmington
-Sport Collar Suits Trousers '
New Patterns Give Satisfaction where he had spent the past few easy payments that you will never miss? .

$1.00 $5.95 up $1.98 up months.Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf, who You can start building as soon as you make your first *;/,
has been seriously ill for several

Nice> Assortment ofomens& SPECIAL months is now in St. Vincent' payment and let your rent money pay for your homesiteJ'*'l;
i'; Junior Part Wool Blankets Hospital Thursday of last week A. N. and your home. Electricity will be available as soon "as ("*

Coats While They Last Townsend Clute, realtor rented a through log cabin W.Just T. the poles can be set and the wires strung. I ,'..l

Prices $2.95 Value north of the State'Farmera' Market it ,'

From $7.95 up $2.49 on Road 13', belonging to P. Choice business lots on the road frontage. You can't buy

A 1 Wonderful Line of ChildrensCorduroy B.Mrs.Crews.Henry Brown, whose husband the first as some are already sold, but there are still some

has been stationed at Camp
well inside lots.
for Belmont l- corners as as
Ladies Dresses Overalls Standing left last
N. C.
Ranging in price Red Navy Green Mrs. E. C. Battles of Miami

$2.98 to $7.95 $1.98 was S. Hutto.the recent guest of Mr. L. Come In And Look Over The Plat

Mrs.. Frances Parker is visitingher

New Line of daughter, Mrs. W O. Carr,
fants For Men In Dade City.
? Shoes newel t Four Mg
Here's good
Soft Soles & First Zelan Jackets day" of "two for the price of one,,

Steps plus only one cent" bargain Over FRANK C. HOLLINGSWORTHe

75c & $1.00School $2.98 $3.95 $4.95 250 bargain \Vednewtay, Thane
day Friday Saturday. Carpesi-

For EXTRA SPECIAL tn'.. The B .all Drug Store.Mr .
and MM. J. M. Allen were AGENT FOR
hiJdrena Oxfords LL Sheeting visiting relatives In Olustee last I '1

All Leather Now Selling 15c week.A...G. St. John and children of CORPORATION ,
Our Price Olustee were visiting his daugh SECURITY HOMESITES

$2.49 12Y c yardSTERNBERG'S ter. }{nI. J. }r. Allen, recently ,
Cleave Smith Is visiting Ala

father B' W Smith of Jasper., '
B. W. Smith of Jasper wa

visiting Mrs. Jimmie Woodard 1
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OCT 31 t 1941 .


I WITH OUR FARMERSC. REA OffersInteresting FSA Has Plan >t" "t' ti ::j, ,._, : i -- "'"K 31, I
Plan To Help Stabilize <.......;.Jir'/ ,, ,..'Ji.,...;, ,, '(,:}5t1f1":<,'" .t', ....

E. ''Beam, of Coeburn, Va., night) and saw in the paper to To Rural Schools Farm OperationA ." ,.., .-.,."',",,.,,,"''>'''''''.' \.>1",,, .1/.1rh. "
came to Florida In 1925. He came day,. that England had an army In The Rural Electrification Add Standard .
to Camp Blending about eight Russia and that Australia also ha ministration is ''sponsoring program to stabilize farm
a plan
months ago, where he has been operations in Bradford, Union and
one there, but that they hadn'taeen which would make it possible for
Clay counties, by aiding landowner -
doing carpenter work. active service yet rural schools to establish electrical Oil'sFine '
"I figured." said Mr. Beam last "W will get Into It. I don't food processing centers, according tenant alike through r
lease agreements of mutual ad- ,
Saturday "that after this defense see any way out." Mr Glisson was to an announcement by ,

work was all over, picking was not In the other World War, he A. G. Loudon, superintendent of vantage series has of been formulated aftera New
of Farm Security
going to be mighty slim, and that said. He was only 13 years of the Clay Electric Cooperative at -
Administration official In -"+"13"
it would be especially bard for a age when the armistice was Keystone Heights. The plan has Region 5. ),,, taAtt+ut a Waa

man my age to secure work. I signed. been worked out to help offsetthe Service
was brought farm "The goal," announced FSA Supervisor
up on a and danger of a food shortage
decided that while I was making Roscoe Green lives and workson which might take place during a Edgar H. Klueppelberg, "' i114Y '4

good money and could afford it, the 40-acre farm of Mrs. Ida national emergency.The "is a minimum of ten long-term
J would buy one." leases, Including definite provisions StationThis
Sweat Mrs. Sweat has SO
acres proposed centers would be '
for farm and
So he purchased 20 area fromD. under cultivation, and hone for t
now as equipped r e r I geratlon of in each of
ment county tbe State
A.' Judd four and a Half miles acre in strawberries. "As foods
soon cooking baking,, canning These model leases will be used
northwest of Starke.: He is putting as it rains, I am going to plant preserving and dehydrating fruits
out.six ACr ..of, a barfl1x;, turnips and ,mustard," Mr. Green and vegetables and grinding to demonstrate that only through
acres: of Bermuds"onions and one stated 4. Saturday. .(Most\, ,IQcely home-grown grain This would I security t)>f both can: "tbe human proper and-na con"ervaUon' handsome new ,Standard OU FillingStation; one of tbe mont

acre: tome of strawberries.help along He 1*'hiring they 'are ''planted at this writing make possible hot school lunches tural resources be' obtained." 'this section of the state, was recently opened on) Temple,Ave.,..and is under modern manajrement'and ta
though doing after
: the
most down-pour since then!) In schools where they have never These model leases will include (Monk) Dlnklns. of L *,
the work.
himself after Later on be will also plant such been available before.
work clauses seeking: to:
crops as beans, corn and peas. The installation for a school of
Mr. Beam has three, children at Referring to the war Mr. Green moderate size: may Include a re- 1. Compensate tenants for making U. S. May Build Deeds Filed -

home with hlm'E Jcene, 19; aid: "I believe we will be In it frlff-erator. nreuure water svatem. permanent Improvements: ,

Margaret, 10; and Bobbie: it. Ai- soon. England and Russia cannot electric range, dehydrator and either by alkiwunrM, on rent or Living QuartersAt Nola Middleton and W. E, Mid- Letter Box

ao At. tbe present time two married whip Germany alone. If Japan grinding mill. The smaller one- partial Make repayment.use of soil conservation Camp Blanding dleton, her husband, to the Board
daughters are visiting him- should enter tbe war, she wouldn't"ball room school may be equipped witha
Mrs. E. $. Du Bose, of Fernan- us up" much, as It wouldn't single unit hot-plate, and 18- opportunities. A survey of non-commissioned Public Instruction a corpora-i -
dina; and Mrs. C. O. 3. Provide for repair and improvement tion organized and existing under Brooklyn, N i Y
Starling of take
long fOr'us to take care of quart roaster, and a small flour of housing'standards. officers and civil service employes Well, I suppose
her. It may take a pretty good mill. The REA has cooperative the laws of the State of Florida, you are W0]
porn-1 4. Provide, for woodland man at Camp Blending has just'been dering who I
while, but I don't believe It would. funds which may be loaned to Oct. 1; J. W. Edwards and Lucille am up |In Brookl.!
public work entirely and devote I don't know," continued Mr. schools on agement. completed with a view to building to get your paper. I
advantageous terms am '
to C. Edwards
husband an
5. Assure and
responsibility wife to
of both
himself 100 percent to farming. Green, "whether we could whip finance purchase of equipment. quarters for them and their families. timer In Starke, having C
He is from Virginia where farmers Germany or not.r There's) only one Any school Interested In taking landlord and tenant. Adolph Gay and Hazel Pauline there'oU and on since 18M

develop Intensively every available way to find out-and that is to advantage of the plan obtain 6. Establish the'debt-paying ca Gay, his wife, Oct. 6; Katherine have been known as Johnny
may Raymond Schwartz
pacity of each farm and chief mar- .
acre of ground, and feels that try like hell I believe we could." complete details from Mr. R. BulleD, a widow Isabelle Hod- ert.I
he a proper farm and home plan to ket analyst for the Federal HousIng
can make
"killing" by being Mr. Green Is 27 still
old and Loudon at remember
years the REA office In assure gson and husband A. M. Hodgson, some of the
adequate Income to meet old
industrious.B. single has I Administration of Atlanta was timers such
registered, and is expecting Keystone Heights. as my friend
all and Beatrice
obligations. Bullen, single of Ja
r:, every day to be called Into at Blending' last week to look Andrews, the Knight
W. Glisson does truck-farm service. Double Under provisions of the long over the situation and receive Voluala Co., being all the heirs of I. man Johns, Archibald boys, 1IotI.
ing on two acres he has rented Parking term leases, the FSA will offer from J. J. Bullen fact. I Johna-
"i Capt. A. L. Oliver, camp deceased of Brad- think I know half of
for ti
two plans Improvement loans
and a half mile. east of The City Council exhausted billeting officer figures which lord Co., to Mrs. D. T. old town. It makes
Starke. He,raises O. L. Underhill and his sister, to tenants Under one, the ten Turner me feel pat
.collards and cabbage all vegetables.mustard Mrs. bone Bradley live on the much time thought and patience ant will borrow .the money and showed that there were on tbe the County of Volusla, Oct. 2; to get my little Starke JIIptr
Tuesday post 68 'single and every Monday.
night in "free 156
a for all" married
Asked whether'I'tort;;not '''aod'to estate .of. their father.A. J. JJn-: discussion of. when the lease expires, the owner regular Beverly E. Cady as administra:
Camp Blanding he- ,; trix
replied "I cum.teatato
: of''tb.
the streets 'Starke officers of ''fhat 'tt annexo old
which fhe ree grades town
He'llbronn congests today
at ; j lived
ago Five
can sell all I raise Springs. Mr, < 'pe cent a year depreciation on Walnut -
without right here Underhill cultivates 50 acres. He traffic almost to a stand will b e calculated. 821 single and 83 married in the estate of Flora B.'Cady, deceased, St., but I guess that part b.
bothering about Camp still. Not only are the buses National Guard; and 804 to Paul R Cady Hartford. all
Blanding. H. owns outright 37 acres, rent. 18 and Under'the second plan, funds for single Conn.. changed now.I .
rain so he complained could plant of needing his- acres, and the balance of a ISO- taxicabs guilty, but also trucks improvements.would be paid to and 801 married civil service em Oct.: 2; J. V. Chapman .. liquid- am employed u a forest

crops (but that was Saturday, acre farm belongs to his father's and many private automobiles. the tenant with the landowner repaying ployes. ator of Bradford County Bank by.A. G. Spaldlng: Sporting Gook
estate. He has When the situation seemed There already has been Starke Fla., whose address) is hi
and it rained all night Sunday 8,000 berry plants the money, in ten Installments appropriated shoe department for t Uit
night and more.) He has about 'out now, and planned to have 18- helpless, Charles Darby, new plus five percent Interest, some $600,000,000 for Tallahassee Fla., to L F Dink- last 20 years.

6,000 strawberry plants out. He 000 as soon as It was wet enough member of tbe Council, volun- out at the rent.Minimum quarters for these two groups in ins and Thelxna A. Dinklns. hiswife. Tours very truly.

has no stock: -so hires all bis which is now! He has) two boys teered his services to see to It housing standards: in camp over the country and an I Oct. 6. John Brokeach,
In tbe Hellbronn doubJe-parkine-wblch: is a additional bill II EL A. Curry and wife ReaverL. 1
plowing done. He only baa a few school which he the lease would require screens pending In Washington 4206 Snyder AnOae
chlcltena. Mr.. CIlMon baa a 1. thinks is a good acbooll"The menace to life, liberty and the and proper repair for door and for these In addition to of- Curry, of Columbia County, to -
-- --- mmuit of baDDlnela .tn....... ficers. No F, F. Flume Oct. 15 Vonda
war is getting windows of officers has ; ,E.
year-old daughter in school In pretty bad -""'--' ; sanitary toilets pure survey Cent Sale. Get a BeuD
Starke, and likes the school. for us, If something Isn't done or at least greatly reduced. water supply, sound floor and been taken here yet. Inman. a widow, to D. E. Knight Coupon which gives you S i Ik

"Yes soon. That's the way It looks to foundations, good roofs, safe Capt. Oliver explained that any : and H. V. Knight, Oct. 18; Kay tube of Recall Milk of lisp

:has been, Indeed Camp Blanding" me. I was just the right age In New PatrolmenJ. chimneys, adequate sleeping quarters such quarters! would be McCalllster and wife, Margaret nest Tooth Paste for only Ie.
help to Starke apartments 0,
his was the last 'war. but didn't get In be- shelter for livestock and McCaUister to A. L. Crosby Coupon Is in your big 4-page de
emphatic response to a w Hall and R. E. Rooks and of such construction Oct. 18
ques cause I bad dependents. That'sall poultry, kitchens equipped for ; Willie Mae Hazen and cubs of bargains or lei
tion. "But none of us can tell bow state road patrolmen have that they could be dismantled husband see your
been B,
i that saved me, though he food storage and utensils, etc after F. Hazen to Alma all Drug Store., Jut one of I tilt
long that is going to last. Ofcourse transferred-the former the emergency! need be-
said. "I don't to Fer- Shaw of Alacbua Co.
see any way In theworld Supervisor Klueppelberg statedalso Oct. 18; bll''aI_ on the FaD One Qat
I couldn't tell you myself," for nandina and the latter to Monti- and reconstructed elsewhere, thus State of Florida to
England and Russia to that an F. :M. Pack- Sale.
outstanding Wednesday frio
provision Thursday! ,
he replied to another cello. C. C. effecting a
question, wblp Germany without BodIford of llonti- of the considerable financial: ham. Tax Deed, Oct 6. State of
"but our help. model leases is agreement ; day NoVtsnber 5. 6, 7, S. Cpenter's. 'ar.
according to all cello and H. W. saving.
reports If Prlester. of Leesburg Florida.
we I
are going to
wait until of the landowner'to'give the tenant The Rexsll Drug Suit!
Blanding Is have
supposed to become been
Hitler finishes transferred to
Job over there, free use of sufficient pasture I
a permanent poet. we might as well let him have It. this section In their stead. and garden -
space. I
Turning,, Mr.to the Glisson pre.ent'war stated. situation "II Some, people seem to'thlnk: It that it was 100 years ago or even '"Th.tats Farm. Debt Adjustment r. 01l --' lU ._- t
would be
don't believe England and Rue sUs a petore- reaktut, job; 23 years ago., We have one airplane Specialist will work closely
but-'don't .
believe It. .
with the counties
can : that'can cross the Ocean : on' this tenure
; Germany. I think if ,
Hitler ever The reporter brought out the drop 25 tons of bombs and re Improvement program' of long-
whipped, the United We'
States ;will do It. I heard overthe I fact bill's in harmony'with Mr Understatement turn to America without ever re reaching value," Mr. Klueppel invite
above j
that the fueling. "If we berg concluded.
radio last night' ( can do that, be
Friday ,
Atlantic Ocean Is not the barrier
I "Germany "
can do It.

.' ) For Matthews ReelectionE. Out you fusee E8ICA 10./

ads S. Matthews of Starke, senior stal..rrAiirsi1wiii
f member of the Florida Railroad

fr' Commission announced last week
that he will be a candidate for

('" 1 re-election next year
rNo. Before being appointed to the
4. WHERE WERE commission by Gov. Cary HardeeIn

I THE FIRST CATTLE 1924, he had served several

IM THE UNITED 1\ terms In the State Legislature

., from Bradford County and was
jl jlrt Speaker of the 1907 House of

Representatives. He was a mem-
t ber of the committee which

handled bills establishing the Uni-

versity of Florida and the Flor- +

a oatiI ida State College for Women. ra. .

Many years ago he resigned as
a major In the Florida National

Guard and was succeeded by Albert -
H. Blending, who
I iij recently
,\ ; ,. retired as a lieutenant-general.

I Commissioner Matthews is a ?1

.,, :.4t member of the advisory committeeof _

the transportation and communications -

: division ,,of the State

:t, Defense Council, a Methodist, an !
; Elk and a member of the Talla

-I I 14 basses Junior Chamber of Com :

1 merce. He holds .
Little did Ponce .7 honorary mem- ,.
'" de Leon dream of berships the : eJ" Sf, r
State-Sheriff's Association '- '
A 1 -
greater gold to come when he ferried

:'G.!: those flrat few heifers Charlotte Clubs and of tbe Florida Young. Democratic M Your Old Car

< I, 'Harbor near Tt. Myers in 153O for ,Matthew will run for Democratic

; : Ponce de Leon's eye was set en conquest. renominatlonf.in; Group 1 Will Probably&

wr But America's first baron laid the next May. .$ --
'f( .:
groundwork for the cattle industry

,;*. j 1 'that now brings aa annual Income of Pays To AdvertiseIn Make the
37OOOOOO to Florida, from a total investment A SPECIAL SHOWING of a wider chassis with
?"i of 14ftOOOOOO Florida ,iV. a recent issue ,of the Telegraph gr*+t new Ford! $. softer springs longer, OWN PAYMENT
..' ranks 34th in Stump's store advertisedthe
I Y the Nation in cattle its new
popn beauty it
:' latlon, but in production of beef ...1.I theft of an odd pair of shoes, try e e (
); offering a $3 reward for their return new ride feel iut .J..I .
male the
State Own
: :(' -. ranks Fourth oMnday morning the shoes \t smooth power and driving a CM youll drive with 18 flU..
were returned to the store. i.....We believe you'll pride. new in style inside 4

Here's Another Florida Fact ,? shoes"When were they not found mates that," Mr.the I a minute that 6 rV agreeio tt* to and come out!aDd good for years, ____ -

Stump said Tuesday "they pitched 1mor1-pendoll raryar'veever .
:Awr Seer Safes for the ER Rte them over in Rev. L. O. Hem- : esF e e e

I month of September soared more mlnlWaY'1J yard. They were found > to.Own . Ride in room to spare, in'

I than onethird'sbqyc the total for by Orle the children of Councilman \ America's thriftiest big! wide bodies of one* :
Wiggins and Mrs. '
the same month last year! But brought them to the store.Wiggins Those ,' ," or America's m 0" ItNpiece welded steel for last.. i".s i"-
# era 6. Ford Jug
a thanks to vaat storage facilities; : every children will be tickled to death 'now builds
bottle of JAX has the to get that S3. "It pays to advertise both! e e e t
same smooth In the S e e
R Telegraph, concluded Invest
wisely for the
mellow properly-aged taste that has Mr. Stump. Enjoy the "new Ford ride'! ..in the fffwffM"mIlUll Jl'l '

made Floridians it the everywhere.choice of discriminating Why not ( k Don't miss-this copper oppor- ':now finer still .. on lower, of the low price field qHtj! car6orB, CylindenAndrews

{ try ,9. tunity. Only during the Rexafl
a bottle today ORIGINAL One Cent Sale can

'' } BEER you buy two"'cur.Iu package Motor Co
COMPANY for the price of see. pus only le.

p I JacksMville, Fltri.i 230 bargains tw eswon. ........' Be Starke
r. ; ry sure to get the big 4 page Sale Florida

Sheet. 4. Big Days Wednesday.
L Thursday. Friday and Saturday

ter's November the Retail 5. 6, Drag 7. .. Store.at. Carpen 4._TERMS CAN'T: BE BEAT\!


!Frt* ..w .,"' MMO'-'" .\""

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rlfja Farmers Are Asked To Produce I I"tot'ry.fiJit'I'IT FlORiDA 4""RT.I" RA CII'h""RtI'C.a.RY iarrT Lewis.. Ftovd Crosby.Hr .. ning Enst. ISJO- ft. to S. A. I.. TilE STATE OF FLORIDA To Inca North Oil ft.) and also -lesa a ",. t\

For Julia" Aita K>k r special T MrhoolItlmtrlpt Railway; thence. South and parallel Edwards of 30 d.. wide lying .
.;;Food Crops Freedom In 1942Nation's Wb'nott. Plaintiff ... %*. IK .. Smith residence unknown.It strip" land ,
Wallace with the West .
fide of
1vrett ''Vh'nOIt Dvfendent. Walter O. the le hereby ordered that you are on South side of said a acre I '
P..... No. 15" Qalney, V.Crew II. llarrell.A. Crosby, Lee S. A. L. Railway. 330 ft., thence required: to appear on December 1st. aquare, and alsolesn railroad {, f,
breadbasket ta | smooth out the normal cycle of UIUJIoH ('lo' I't'iu.1t'ATuoN A.ND Hoard of PubliC Instruction of West to section line dividing See.. 1141 .before the above pntltledCourt right of way and graded road t''
!Io'oTI"J.J TO 34 and 36: thence North 330 ft.. Hill of .I f f
e of API'EAU to the of Complaint filed rlKht way,
fl"e wen l FLORIDA to: \.IIa... OFFICIAL. SEAL) 8. K. aKAlnst you In the above en.t the highest (
Y poultry pork and olla Garden*-It Is believed that Rv.Unknown'"""' whose resIdent'. : Chairman. Also commence at southwest corner t Iltl..d .cause! anil Bradford County South front door of the Countyu.uithuse ( .' '
e ggs I. of See Sit. Twp. 5 8.. n. 22 Telegraph Is. hereby deMlgnuted as In Htnrke. Florida ilurInit I
consideratle replenishing Florida needs at least 61,600 gar You are roqulrMl to l W. H. Middletun.0.eretary 10;.. and running East on the Sec. the newspaper. In which this order the legal hour of ale on November -

1942 it the people .of the dens, an Increase of 32,815 over nocember l.t., 1K41 In thTabov.ourti anti County 10-3 Kt Superintent. 19-JI- ft.line 1320 ft.. thence !North 420 shall be :published: : once a week for 1, 1441 V
I".m..d West 1320 ft.
thence .
four Hen Howe
and consecutive weeks
g cause. wherein
stew are to be properly; 1939. Every farm family and 1lalntlff vv. .. divorce, Urailfnrd South 420 ft., to point. o. begin Witness my hand ami the seal Charles. Hardy I"\

4 to furnish the democ- many urban families should have ('ollnIJ'r.le..r.p" shall publish thIs I" :fling: being It.nrl'if.. 2 8 and SS of this Court at Staike, Florida, C. A. Knight' 1 ', .
"'C'I'T 001511'. ItItUFoHne'oi''ry. Twp. t
d art Order In s.. In Bradford
next four Weekly I..u.... this 17th. day of October A. 1>. Commissioner .
as much foods .us 'they a garden in 1942. If Florida is to Witness my ham ana official. seal ....oltn'.'. IX CllCKHY. \\'. County, Florida.. Together with Mil 11141. Knight S Knight \ '

agricultural le d- meet Its goal.Commercial. Rt !''It..r1<....Flor...'.* tht.. O<,t. II. 1941. itaments and singular the tenements, hered (OI<'JI'It'IAf.IlIAI.; ) A J. Thomas. ,, Mi ark*. Florida, ., !
Southern and .
O1'I4'i.'IAT SEAL Federal. Farm Mortgsife Corporation Appurtenances there Clerk of snld Cuiirt. 10-24 4t 11-14 Attorneys for Plaintiff. I
last ) A J.
;,ere told at Memphis Vegetable-Coal is A* Clerk l of yak) Cnart. 10-24 Th.iman.. to belonging 1 Uoh"rl C. Lester, Plaintiff's Attorney. 10-1 4t 10-31 'J. .
.t 11." Subject to Easement.
attended by 201,000 acres. The O. A. Plaintiff granted to "I
ta a conference major increases JackonvIiie Fl. ....- StAte of Florida for Might of Way'
of Agriculture Claude over 1940 are 4,000 more Alt)'. for rut.o11I.1c J. 8. ltarrlson'et.. a I., by The! '"..'oral. Ijind Hank of Col- ix (..It'IIT C."I'laT. nn"i>Fonn I I( t. ,
&ry Defendants. timbia August 27. 137. 4'OI'XTI.' KI.OMIIIA IM: 4 IIAXCKKYWilliam I I'
acres of cabbage IM ( IlItI ar tot KT. SIN UtFnHn
ksrd.e acres of NOTICE OF MAHTEIVB IU I.E Subject to Easement granted by ..... J. VIuIne.n. Jr. Plaintiff vs.ln .
C 01' .
Fi.oiiiitt ix C n \ ''' 1:11' "
of .Agriculture tomatoes and 2,000 OF 'TIC'IITIO'' TO The Federal Land Bank of It. Uulnan Defendant. Case No. I
Department acres of green .:( Take notice that the undersigned Col Cecil Francis Llghtbourne, "'plaintiff I .it
.R ,
to obtain 'greatly ex- peas. The goal is for the same Notlivi In Fifrillol 9 % %MH Special Master, J" accordance with I umbla to the Florida Power and vs. tlr.,'. Sylvia Llghtbourne, Defendant. 148S. 1 '
ping hereby arlvvn that th. the final In aliove entitled Light Company.at Cane. No. 1607. UUUJi:1JI' PUBLICATION AND ;; .1
production In these crops total! acreage as was planted in urrdrrlKn at ., mirier the provisions cause will sell the following( described public outcry to the highest. bidder OKLiElt: OF PUBLICATION: AND NOTICK TO APPBAH N
ed Chapter Z68.1.V Law; of FlorHa. to-wlt for cash at the Mouth front STATE OF 1I'I.oIUO" to: Ina R. .
animal 1939. ; property, : N01'1('E TO
wimals) and products Snap beans should be decreased Acts i t>t 1841. will 1 register with the: 8KVi: of Bk'(4 an* the K'-;, of &\W'4' door of the County Courthouse In STATE OF FLORIDA APPBAR to: (lrsc Qulnan whose add'.... I. clo Mrs, 1..

the game time .endeavoring l y BOO Acres. ll for rk of the Circuit Court I In and of SE'4. Her.-rl .'5w''Il' 6. 8.1*. it Stark., Florida during the legal Sylvia Llghtbourne, whose r..sl-i '. U f toward 101 High at., Columbia ''1'
at of such crop Flue-Cure T o b ., Vradford... Bounty. Florida the K. Also NEU of' :'.H'4: of SHU.If. hours of sale on November S, IlMt. dente Is Unknown. ,I Mouth. Carolina. I ', I
a e
c o names .fPark
old production -13,735 k. 11 T Frank You to onDecember :
La are required
Twp. ( It. R., together ml rum You are required tn appear on'' appear 1 I'
otton. tobacco and wheat tot acres same as the aUotted aCre- l'..i.k Th.ntr Ptiote Shop.' with. the tenements heredita. Special Master December, 1st., IW41 In the above 1st.. 1(41 In the above LI .
ments and appurtenances thereto Knight A Knight, named Court and. wherein named Court and cause. wherein '
I .
t present levels. age.Peanuts tinder Which we are engaged and belonging Staike. Florida.Attorney plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof plaintiff seek* divorce, Bradford 1
gested goals for each state for Edible Trade-73- d..I"W"\''\, bunlnviui atHtrort.. at. public outcry to the highest bis. for Plaintiff. child. Bradford County Tele.giaph County Telegraph shall publish thJe.. r!
tIer for cash at the South front 10-10 4t 10-31 Order In next four weekly issues I I II
the Memphis 000 shall publish' this Order In 1
presented af acres same as tbe acreage Stark.;Thai tar.: d'I': Florida. door of the County Courthouse In next four weekly Issues.Witness I I I Witness my hand and 0111<,1..1..1. \ '
erence ,and Southern .ugTlcul- allotments. > 1 In ownedand Starke, Florida, during the legal;. hand and official seal at .. Florida. this Oct. 20, 1541.Olili'lt'lAI 1
pledged theirt Peanuts for Oil opvratvd l.y the following in.teresled hours of sale on November, :3. 1IH1.K. \OTICM OF I\IK\TIOX' TO al Starke, my r lorliln. his (l<.tl.l4.U4t. ( HEAD. A J. Thomas..
leaders present -111,000 acres psities.: K. Perrvman, lUOIilHI'KH Fit Tl I'lOIS XMHNotice OFFICIAL HEAL) A J. Thomas., A. Clerk of said. Court 10-24 4t 11-14 1 I
cooperation In helping the an increase of 90,000 acres over ," lion W.and N.Temple C rnai. .Streets lnn. Corner J rr..r. 10-17 at 10-31 Special Master Is hereby given that the A* Clerk of ...l
attain those goals. I 1941. This will be needed Sain K. Sturkc. Fla. undersigned I ; tinder the provisions : M. Cowles, Jacksonville' for rif.iv ,
to and la Htiatox. 116 North' Church of : f.in.A (0"1'-1
era Kin Chapter 201)53. l-swn of Florida. for PIt I I ----- ,
Strret, Stark* .. NOTICH OP IXTKM'IOX TO
for "an probably the Acts of IH41
Is on moat difficult will
now register with the r
campaign goalto At Starkn.. Rra. <.Uord County, FlorIda :111"1':11: "'''''1'1'1'101 M !S 4MM Clerk of the Circuit' Couit, III and .II'IT (.CH.It. Hit %i>roi production. attain. Farmers do not need 1 thin 2 aril., day of Srpt. 1941. Notice IH hereby given that the for Bradford ,Comity Florida, the ix rmciir loiitr, mi M FOIUIOlXTl. (lTY, I".tll' II. c."c.JlIy,
chairman of theA acreage allotments t 0 10.10 tt 10-n undersigned I. under' the provisions fictitious name 01Nta.k. (' Kl.Olllllt IX ..IIKHV Mildred U. Parsonage, .'I..lnUI. vs. I
G. Clayton produce of Chapter 209S9I, Laws of Florida, .. avld. Parsonage, .. .
Service ,
sign James It l iwience, Plulntlff vs. I
Board In Florida peanuts for oil and the farm Acts of will with the ,
Defense program 1841, resister under which we are engaged and Alia T.oulHe l..awrence.. Defendant No. 144. 1
tie) following as minimum will provide that no deductions roil T'x n.r.v.11 Cleik of the Circuit. Court.Florida In and doing business at ,'"... No. UHrt. OKDKIt OF Pirm.lCATION: AND
>OTICK nil' 'rPLIC"T'O for Bradford County the 221 N. Walnut St.. tItLI'lt. OF PUHLICTIOM: AND I I NOTICW TO APPISAIt
otion goals for this state .In from other payments will t'....... 11111 'u. IBU Fictitious name off Starke, Bradford County, Fla. NOTICE. TO APPKAK 1 rlTATH UK PI.OIUDA to) David '

be made for acreage devoted to NOT1CK' I 18 IIRHETIY JIVEN: Bradford County "..t""ph.ulld..r That the ,said' business l I" owned STATE OF. F1.OKIDA tn: Alia Parsonsare. residence Unknown. "I
That Verna .1. D..mor..I. holder of which w. are eiiKnifed and and operated by the follow Inn In Ixiuls I",iwrenre, whose residenceIs You are required to appear on ..
rt Ing/ -Goal Ja 7 percent ILe '" peanuts for oil on either farms Tux Crrtlflohte' 18X( '*..u..d' the doing business at-v terested. parttest t'i.k titiwn. Iet'eiuber let, 1841 In the abovenamed '

In milk production and which have or do not have acre- Bth day of AuKUxt A. I>. 1929,' han 128 CalllSt.. 1.. O. Cowdrey, 221 N. Walnut. *'t., You are required tn appear on Court and cause, wherein
filed I name. In my office and has Starke, Bradford County, Florida.That Sake Fin.. December 1st., t IH4I III I the above plaintiff seeks 4 Hradfordt'oiinly -
Is for 4,000 more cows to be age allotments to produce peanuts made apTtllcatlon' for a -tax deed to ; the, said business Is owned At Starke, Bradford County, Flor- nsmed Court anti cause, wherein Teleirraph r.PII, thisOlder

Iked than were milked In 1941. for the edible trade. he iHHtKMl thcrron. Said certIficate and. operated I by too following intersatcil io'iohioVy. ut October. 1941. plulnllff, seeks divorce, 1 Bradford In next four weekly Issues.
embraces the followingdexcrllMri. parties: County Telegraph shall publish this Witness my hand and .
ctlon per cow can be Ined Corn-Goal 850.000 acres an property, In the County of llradford R. I. Matthews,"Hox 431, ftarke, ; : Ordsr, In next four weekly I"..".... Stark, Florida I this ."fl..lal..1.l ,

feeding. From Increase of 13,000 acres over 1940 State of Florida, tn-wlt: Fla. I'M \v i II t n..... my hit nil and ..frl..lal."t OKKICIAI. HKAI.) A J. Thomas, .
I by W'j'. of SW-i of N"JI" & I 1W'of At Atark..hnradford, County, Flor ('IIU'II'r 'OI HT. 0. ."l"oJtn I al Storks, FlorblH., this (VI.I4. lilt I. As Clerk of SMlOCnurU. 10-24 J
a1! and farm nutrt-I and 45,000 acres over 1939. SW'/ See. 30 Twp. 7 S. K. 21 )!ast, \ida. October, 1141. ".uI James' '''.'''.. i ri.OHIO*. l> tII 4%'tIGlT... (OFFICIAL' : HEAI.: > A J.: Thomas,, Maurice W. Unhl.t.l. J.ck.onvlle I 1.1 ,J

Lts of view increases Oats-The goal of 12,000 acres contalnlnic 60 Acres more or lv.... 10.10" 4t 10-31-.L. I y'ol' '* Urlpper Dripper efeiidiint.Plaintiff. Case No. An. Clerk I of said (Court 10.24 41 11-14 Florida, AU) \
The .
aHHFHHment or the unlit prop. Maurice. 'V. HoliUteln, Jacksonville,
i with long-time needs. Mores is an increase of 2.000 acres. erty under the said certificate .In- '110'1'''''' OF ITKXTIOX' TO 1524)OltDKU ,' Fla. Atty. for I'lf. NO'I''M OK Arn.ioiTiox FOIl .
s farms to supply home Hay-Goal 120,000 acres an Increase Kurd was In the name of O. L. ntninTKH: KMTI'riots M\ >IHNotice (ml Pl-nUTATION '..ANfso.Jt"1 TAX ItKKIIKesele : ,

I Is desirable of 8,000 acres over 1940 Teelt.l'nleK Paid. certificate shall 'tredeemed .>. undersigned, Is hereby under,* given the provisions that. the STATIC OK KlxmiDA TO Ai'I'ttAit to1,1.: ix 4'inn'... ('4)1 "1'. nltu"olln' NOTICE( IH IIHI IIICItEnY No. 1B3)atv1cTIIAr ''I t ,,
c'UI' V'l'V, "' 1.011.'>4 IX "II"M K.HWOliinomn
oultry-Goal calls for 10 per- and 19,000 acres over 1939. according to law the of Chapter 20953 Laws of Florida llrlpper,, residence unknown.You Colsntonlo. Plaintiff, vs II. V. Saxon, holder of Ta: ,
property described therein will he Acts 1941 will rl-glster with the are required tn : : Certificates \
of appear on Numbered
t: Increase in turkeys 14 peril Naval Store*-Goal 107,400 units Hold to the highest bidder at the Clerk of the. Circuit Court In and December late 11141 In' the above Blancu Hullghano Case No. 143.Colantonlu, l>efenilnnt. N.,. 1521) 15.: n, 1B91, respectively, 1613 'J. '

increase In chickens and ((1 bbl. turpentine and 3 1-3 bbls. courthouse door on the first Monday for Bradford -County Florida the named Court and cause, wherein OUDEII' OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTICE 1534, iaaI 163. and 1638 Issued.
l In the month of U.<'.lIIher. fictitious name of Plaintiff seeks divorce, BradfordCounty the 7th, day of August A. D.
liters for meat and for 16- rosin equals 1 unit). This l la an 1941. which Is the let day of December Petite Photo Shop Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPWAll;to: IllancaSullgnsno nan filed same In my office 13 r

1.000 dozen eggs which Is lr Increase of 20,840 units over the 1141.1)ated under which we are engaged and' Order In ,next four o'fl..lal..1: Colsntonlo.l whose reeldcvii's has, made application for tax deed 1 1
this 20th day'of October doing business at Witness my hand. and Unknown. to be Issued thereon
1,000 dozen more than were 1940 production and is 4,000 units 1941. 110 E. Call I HI., at Htarke. Florida this Oct. Is. 11(41.tOVPlCIAIj You Is required to on Said Certificate respectively 'I 1' ,
freed in 1940. more than was produced In 1939. (OFFICIAL: SEAT) .t.o J. Thomas atarke Bradford ,' County, Fla. I HRAI.:)U.I.Adant\ December are" 1st.. IA4I In appear the abovenamed embrace the following described ,t
Clerk of circuit ou. itrairtrd That the said business Is owned As Clerk of said. ( \I wherein properties. In the County. of Brad1 ,
-The goal Is for ,10 1-2 However the goal is 12,662 units County Tlorlda. 10H 11.14oTiro following Interested Maurice. Court And cause,
logs and operated bY'. the.. . W. Uoldsteln. Jaiksonvllle, Plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford ford. State nf Florida fo-wltl I It I
kllon pounds more than were less than the 5-year average. parU..: )" Kla. Att)'. for Vlt. onnty Telegraph shall.. publish this Blks\ I, 2'I.h I Hampton 4 "

uced In 104* but 7 3-4 mili Lumber--The expected production : OP .PPI.irTIOMFOR E.At J.Starke Dahiuvr., Bradford Box 85 t County Htarke, ,Flor Fla. NOTICH" OK--IVrK, "TJOM TO I Order" In next my hand four., soil weekly official Issues.Witness seat. Park E le embraced Heo. ftwp..OI1 8. H. 21 : I,.

pounds less than In 1939. It for the South Is 13.9 billion .. T.X UKKI ida.. this. 6th day of October, 1941. ltsmis'l'siI rl4'THIOI N 'HH al Htarke, Florlila.' this Oct., I IH, IIHI. cats No. 1619. C'.rUI, I

I suggested that more hog feet an increase of 2.6 billion NOTICB 4 e.' at IS. Bill IIEHKBY%,.. 1 3)lIVEN 10-10 No-no 4t 10-31: OK IVTINTIOX TO Notice Is hereby s-lven that theundorsltined OFFICIAL" HEAL) A .1. Thomas,, ..Ink 7 ...". l 10.24 11.14
under the provisionsof As Clerk of said Court. 4t Hec. 31-32 Twp. TM.
Meted at No. 1 weights would feet over 1940.Pulpwood That .1. M. Norman, holder of Tax HKUINTKR: KKTIIIOI NAMH. Chapter r0911. Laws of Florida.Acts .nl'lt"1: E..tt IN embraced under ..f ;
Certificate No. issued the 6th. Notice Is b.r.I..n that the -- '
[ i practical way to secure a The expected production day of t"IIOtl4 and -aril ,1 undersigned, under the provisionsof of of 141.the will register with theClerk IVN('l'.IT' rOVNT. RHIIKOH) said Blk.II Hampton No.Park 1080.Sec. 31-12 'I. ;' r l', 1
of the increase. I for the South Is 7.3 mil- Certificate No. 149 issued the 0th.. Chapter 209'*. Laws of Florida.Acts Circuit Court In and 4'011"'i'V .. ..OHIII' IX ('II "*<'HHV: j
4 part for Bradford County Florida. thefictitious Twit II. 21 K., I la embraced }
d..yor August A. U. 1928. has fllciiname of 1941. will register with the Patricia Wles V .th. IMalntlff va.Sigurd : ik I IAn
ittle( and Calves-Due to presneeds -: lion cords an increase of 4 mil In my office and has mad. Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and name Engineering ofBradford Co.. Thomas Veselh Defendant.Case under 7.af.9 certificate Ex.. Lots 6 No., 7. t.1631.9, 10. i ft.1! \

t and favorable prices thee lion cords over 1940. application for a tax ilevd to be for Bradford County, Florida, the under which we are engaged and No. 1513. AND II all Ulks lit. 11.I 11,. 13 i
of cattle and calf slaughter Sugarcane for Sugar-No goal. embrace issued thereon.the following-Bald certificate described. fictitious Htarke Ice name Co.:,of doing Cheiry business& Jackson at His., OUDEII NOTICE OF TO APPEAItHTATE ton 12 H.".Is.rk.embraced t4r. al-EL under Twp... lamp'I! :

buld be accelerated In 1942.rids's have been established for sugar property In the County of Bradford under which we are engaged and Slarke! Bradford County, Florida.That : OF PIXtltlDA whose residence to: HlgurdThomas la tlflcate No. 153*. I '
State of Florida, to-wH: doing business at Yeselh .
goal Is 65,035,000 Ibs., but Secretary Wickard says that 1t'" of Tot 58 In Woodlawn. 8ec.IS Cherry St., and operated the said.. by business-the following owned Interested Unknown. 31-82 I Twp.Blk 14 7 H Hampton, II. 23 E.Park. Is em.Bee. 1 i \ I '
fich is about 7 million pounds no limitations of acreage for Twp. 6 H. K. 22 E.. containing : Starke Bradford County. Fla.owned parties: .You are required to appear the above onDecember braced under said certificate 140. ,'
la 1st. 1041 In
5 acres, more or lens IM embraced That the said business I
1940 and 1 1-3 million either beets by Interested U It. fsbell, Mlarke. Florida.II. named Court and .. wherein 1633. I, 1 t j
ve sugarcane or sugar under certtflc4ite No. 11.: and operate! the following .tu.e. .
V. 'oilman. Lake City, Florida. Lit. T, I. in. 11 of Blk 15
nds above 1939. It is sug- will be needed in 1942. Lots 1, 6. 7, Sand NIl of Lot 16 :'Itll.ltark.: Fla. J. M. Edwards: Starke, Florida.. plaintiff seeks divorce shall Bradford thin Al Blk I. ex Lot A, 5, 10. II, a i i
Woodlnwn W. U County Telegraph publish
and All Lot 49 In Keo. U..d/urd/ 11-32 t' .
led that 1942 will be a good The State goals will be broken all Twp. k 8. R. 22 K., containingKS At Htarke. Bradford County. Florida At IlI.rk.j County Florida Order In next four weekly issues.Witne.s 7 Hampton Park Bee. Twp. ( t '
H. K. 32 E. la embracedunde 4
e to market old cows which down to county goals and Individual acres more or less Is embracedunder this, Bit day of October, 1141 -iOlh : I -sil") of October 1841. my .hand' and official' sealat said certificate. No 11. t tUlks 'I") I''
1-3rd of Certificate. No. 149 10-10 4t 10-11 Htarke, Florida thin Oct., 17,1941 I I 'I
17. M. 10. 12. t* 24
t fat and to market more calves farmers will be contacted and The assessment of the said property (OFFICIAL I4KAI.) A J. Thomas,, 15, 26. d. 24 hampton. Park I

d steers. Effects of Increased given an opportunity to Indicate under the said. certificate 110 ix diu-riT. ecu nr Sill 'liponn (fOI'\TY FI.OIIIU IX CII4MKHYIX A. Clerk. 1'.of Kits salt ('.."rl.. 111-" 4t 11.14iiiu.y Fla" Hen. $ .11.Twp. 7, f. H. 22 B., U j' I )
tn the of Mrs iiIil'l' (01 II r. HHUIKOIIIIMarie "1 ,
Issued was nsine .
rLomu* ix nitxfKHV. :f embraced under>sald certificate
( ot >TV, No.1 j
irketlng In 1942 will benefit the the increases they can make on Laura A. BltiHess: and the aosessment Peacock. I'sry Plaintiff vs Ally, for Plf. 1535.

lute I Industry and tend to their farms. of the said property Non1:rl3rd The Federal. Lund Dank' of Col. Eddie Usry, Defendant.. Case. No. : I HIlts 30 :, 12.8. 14, 8 1., 37,1SI. 'j i
of said certificate umbia 13U3. IX 4'IHCt'IT' COt-NT, HIIAItKOIIII.. HH .. 40 fft. 14. '
Issued. was In the name. of Beatrice. Plaintiff I OUDEK OF PUBLICATION: AND ('''1'1'' FM>IIII>'_." c'hA'S.t 13, 24 llaninton Park See 11 !l ,
M. Ollbert.Unless jl ITICE TO APPKAH 4 It \Xf'. II V. Twp. H. It. 12 K., I la embracedumler '
) ;
hildren's Home Juice Off Sunday 'aid certificate shall be O. O. 'X"nl... pt'sl': -, '" HTATK OF-FLOHIDA lot' Eddie W M. IiwarisPIt.; snld pertlflcste No. 1536. '
redeemed according, to I law. I the IPefendaiits.NOTICE Usiy whose residence Is Unknown. .lilt Iff, Blks 42, 43, 44 In 'II'" I ,
property described therein will he OF AlA$TI<:n'M HULE' You, are, required tn appear onDecember -vsFurtltlon' ('ass No. 1010 Park Pst 3I2| Twp 7 8. Halpto"., "
n Desperate Need, Sunday Oct. 19, the lights! were sold to the highest. bidder at theo".t Take. notice that the nuclei'signed I..t. I 111" In the above T.lllle llondry and her husband. l II embraced' under said I. I
cut off for about two and 'a half <, house door on the first. Mon- Special' Master In accordance with named, Court and cause, wherein Hoy K. Heiniry, No 1530 I c.rlf..t. ,
agg Declares Any In the month of December the final decree In above, entitled "plaintiff seeks I divorce and custodyof He fen tiiti j IC.No'rlt'Ih Th. assessment of the said ; ,
hours while the conduits contain- 1841. which In the 1st., day of lie.cenjer. -hllil. Bradford County Telegraph irnp-
cause, will sell the following described ] (it" COMMfHHIONEHH'HALE erly under saM ,'.rlll..I.. No.IS23 ,
Bradford ing the feeder cables were changed 141. I property to-wit : I shall publish this Order In UIIn31.: i I. I 11: IU. 1634., f. jl'' I:
annual :
County's quota Dated thin 16th day of October, The Nt of HKH of HWi or s..rl'' next four weekly Issues. Take Noflcn. Hint the tinderslgneilCninmlyHloners 1636, l I5.IM.: and ID3S In the ) ; f
and the were moved Witness i I /
poles hand and offit'ii I seal
lr rthe Children's Home 1941. 26. Twp. ft 8 H. 22 ":.. East my in accordance. with name of (Unknown "
Society Berry Johns utility suprlnten- (OFFICIAL' 'BAD A. J. Thomas., the H A. I. Hallway, The IlL',, of8U'4 at Mlnikn' Klorldn this ().'t., 21, 11141OFFICIAL the Deciee, of Partition and Hale I Unless snld Certificates shall be "I lI4
I Jacksonville Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford & ;H. II. ( I HEAL l ) J' .. rmulered, In above will sell redeemed according to law '
is $100. So far, less stated of KVV'i, Hec 28, Twp : :.,II.l..A, :anTi: CRUSH, th.iiropeitles ,!
dent Tuesday : As Cleik tit SHliI
County, Florida. 10-1T 4111-14 21 ):.. Also all of Illurk l' InPeetsvllle 1.1 the following' properly situate In d.scilli 'il there 'In will ,,")
| 261. 22 I!. A hut all that part of N- Ally for Plf. M\Vi/4 of *K:<* of Hew, 2ft. Twp the Court house clnor, on the I'
Intrlbuteci! during 1941 accordingan progress of defense highway iv rifi( rir. (oi "'1'. I"t'"f'cnu 3.4 of NW'i' of NWlj' t>f rlnc. 35. II H. II. 22 I'L. I less 1 acre squars 1 Mnmlnv, In Inn month of I'.e.m"". 4 ,I 1,
We are in great need of that "Ol."t.,, KI.OIIIIII ix t II t M KIIVMerwyn : ., II lying' East IX TIII5 (CIII4 IT 401 III' KKiHTIIJIIIMItl. : In NE] corner thereof also less Hseres 11(41. which Is the 1st., day of Be- I "
announcement this ,week by A. Sarifent' Plaintiff, vs of'TIIKttN r.f a:2: ,.l'i4. A. L. Hallway IIIKIlr OF l-l.Oil- sqimre In N \V corner I there.of c.'nl..r.' I *f.I i J
larcus C. Fagg superintendent. road, and want completed as Christine. Sxricent Defendant. Case III Di'Kilford County Florida IUI % AMI FOIl. Illl lltKOIIII also InsM, conimenciitftf tit N 11 '' 't..1 31st.i, day of October r
soon as. possible" Mr. Johns said, No rUWrl The N'',, of NW4! of NWH olHue. t 411 "'1"\'. IX t'II \>< .:It o %... l.tinIlnrnlil corner. of HW! I of .HK'j.; afr resnld A. I', '11141, l
I He also states that apparently Blan- ) r>f Pt'BLirTIOV AND 35, Twp. 5 H., It. 22 R, and \V, Hinlth. vs. limes Edwards and rim, Hmilh 210 ft. to n OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
been to
>st of the : "I haven't Camp MVTH'B' TO APPKAH: more particularly, described .. "HmlthOI' point .'t liiflnrtlng, thence run CUik of tlr(11 Court, Bradford 'I
r money and practically : ding for three months. I won't STATE OK" FI-oniDA to: Christine beginning- NVV rortier nf A.Ell: OF PEItVK-n AND West 210 II Ihencn South' Oil County,, riot ida. i i

children's wearables and all : drive over that old road." he said. Columbia SBrueant, H. C.whose, mall residence carrier No.Is ;. Twp &. 14. It. 22 i.L. mind) run NOTU'N0 APPEAIt ft., thence I'!,!.! 21(1 ft thence 1( 41 11.1 l' t

neil goods, foodstuffs. e t c,. "It Is too dangerous." cc.' '{
it used to be given to the ChileT You are required to appear on I TI
December I...., l 1941 In the above !
n's Home are now being given C of C Drive named Court and cause, wherein I : I
toe various war relief agencies. plaintiff seeks d divorce Bradford,. '
County Telegraph shall publish this f'
"Because of the great reduction drive for the Cham- Order In next four weekly .Unites.Witness .
gifts in money and materialsring Membership my hnml and official. al ,: ; .
of Commerce will begin at this 4. 1941.OFFICIAL .
ber at 'Staike. Florida .I''r'h' \ I'I
the post nine months theOne according to Us new Executive : HKAL I ) A J. ; 1 ,,., i
Society Is facing desperate once As. Clerk of said Court. 10-24 4t 11-14 ,
oed for Secretary Bob Satter- John H. Cowles. Jacksonville, Flor \
financial and other and ida. Ally for Plf.IV .
d," Mr. Fagg stated. "We haven field. The new red. I : !
blue metal placards are here
compelled to borrow 13.250: "WELCOME We CIIKIIT. cot ItT.i tin UI.'OH" .,'. I''
Provide the barest which read : 'or NT'. .'I.OIUII' ix ('II 4 >('KHV jjL I
necessities are members Starke Chamber of Leonardo Olovannl Vl igna. Plaintiff, I ; !
lite and we cannot continue vs. Mnrln Antonla I MarHflntl!) t
Commerce. Case No. 145.OIIDKH .
conduct VlKna. Defendant. I '
our great state-wide : OF Pl'BLICATIOV AND .' : ; f

denominational child- placing NOTII'K" TO APPBAH I : :
VICe on borrowed Circuit Court Soon STATE OF FI.OTHDA tot Maria ,
money. Antonla Maraflotl. ) Vlitna, residing aiiLifliL' : "

"We are not complaining aboute Circuit Court for the 8th Judicial the In the providence Town of of HaD ItegRlo Procoplo.C.I..hrla.It.ly. In, 'h; L "

large amount of cloth- at the '
money. Circuit will convene .
g and required to appear on II !: : 't,
veil foodstuffs that have been Bradford County Court House at December You are 1st., 1941 In the above ;.

for the aid of war sufferers Starke Monday November 10. named Court and cause, wherein

'>England and China but we do Saturday morning October 25, at County plaintiff. Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish, Bradford this ; ;,

M! now, in all earnestness for 10 :'clock .Circuit Court Clerk A. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness ,
They> food my hand and official.. ..1 :
and clothing for the J. Thomas In the presence ,of at Stark Florida this Oct., in. 1MI.OFFICIAL "

"Wreds of little Florida refund County Judge E. K. Perryman and ( SEAL) A J. ThomR.. a-
<. sufferers As Clerk: of said Court. 19-24 4t 11-14 1; ; ,
r right here on Sheriff A. O. Andreu will draw M1 I % .
own ,
Bled. doorstep Mr. Fagg names of the Jurors. VOTUH OF KI.K4TUHThe : I .f

Board. of Public Instructionof I j'q

In Clfts of money food or clothing Drivers LicensesOnly calls Bradford and gives County notice Florida of an hereby..1.tlnn ...- i : I'

be welcomed at the Home to b. held on TUESDAY.NOVEMBEIl '
( 4. 1941 In each of the .1 f'
*ty of ::
Headquarters. 403 ConIldated 4.500: drivers' licenses following numbered Special: Tax I'' ,

Building. Jacksonville all varieties have been sold up to School, Districts of said County at 1, '
the public school. house for white r 5 ?:
sold ji
may be with 9,000
handed to one of the date as compared pupils In each said district for {f

1I00001ng members of the local for 1941 County Judge E. K. each .said district. 'o elect three, (3' ., <,' ff
and l assess. the millage for
( trustees ,
lISortng committee: E. L. Mat- Perryman announced Tuesday. the ensuing two (2) years. t. i

@9is. airman. Mrs. 1. A. DavIs' For the purpose of holding said I :;

-IT:/'t. A.1 Z. Adkins Jos. E. Wll More' Sanitary Now election managers In each are district' appointed the :following I !,

T; B. Sewell, Dr. M. B. Hampton !special Tee "....... DIs
'",. ,, o. L. on'l has had a trI"" "ek :I
Beasley. Mrs. 'The Courthouse Just Luther Watterson. Lacy Wynn =- .1 1t*
can. Mrs. R. s. neat sanitary concrete Job done Marshall\ Matchett. D J. Phillips.Mtarke -- ..

w, Hayes C. A.. Knights T. F. in the Men's wash room. Sanitary Kpeelal ye.Tea 3 .eh_>l I lst, ir4J : : l('

'fl'irum. Mrs. W- E. MMdleton.rj Inspector. D. I. Slgman saidIt I... Peelc Mallory Thomas, Jim .
Jdre E. K. Hornsby. Don Hoover.
p "yman, N. Stern- was "Just fine. .......". "1'.1..1r... '.,, mll
)l.lHr< N.. 41 '
IV (.IHC...... (01 liT. lift 'IFOUII A. If llarley, )I. 11. Plummer,
<.oi'%'r%'. KI.OHIIJI iv c.\t.II": Volley Reddish., mute 11111. ', S
able Drowned Boyd. plaintiff, VN. Troy \sederMII, "peelsl T.. %e.j_l DI.- ".
Out :t.1"I.I. f'f'ndant. Case >o. UZZ. ricO* X.. 1Kllery .
OHDKH OK PfflLtCATlON AND:< Hpp. Kirby Crew. J.
A. BUhop. NOTICE TO APVKAH C. Yarbroogh.. Tohe Norman.
l Phone of the Starke STATE C*' FLOIUUA to Troy ..r...... Hpeelat Tav ......1 Dletrtrt .. ,

ne, the Coh a been busy Boyd. of **lf Hnmvraad. Prl'.e, .o. II A delicious and refreshing drink with life, sparkle and ..- '
continuous down-pour of Columbia South Carolina.You Rufus Johnson rtlley Wasdln. I''
Ji .
,e" Which came early| last -week. Deemb.r, are 1.t.requIr41, un to In 5'par the abovenand on B. Itoberts.> .....Will.. Aveelail Melver.evr .. Ta& ffehewlItletrlrt taste that everybody likes. That's Ice-cold Coca-Cola. one :
reported 19: I's
that more than BOta. Court .Dd cauce, wherein -
'hon55 M. O Wood '. Reddish Andrew
Were out'of order be- plalntll' _eke dl.o."e. B..dlord Floyd Wiggins. of the of life wholesome '
T.le..ph .ball pllbll.h Ibis Ethan $app. pleasant things e. pure refreshment. i"
of County .
the ground being so wet tour weeklY I..u. ...11.'..*. s..elel Tail Hebeel OU.rlrt
In next
h.t Order
.he olllcl.1 seal < f.. *3 t
cable> would not functionhope witness mJ' band and Oet. 1541. t* R. StarUng, Eddie Green P. D.Reddl..h. \
ropy He I .t Sta.k.. Florid&, tbIs W,. C. CI..mo.. I
Tea S ha lCMstrle AU'HOI1
er Mia' .. Cpeeial COCCOl You trust its

adjulted within & day or I A.Marion.Clerk Atty.B.01 for JennIngs..Id 11f.a' Court.. ir v.tni'v.Flm. ; I Alvar., *Kmory.. lBrltt Lewis. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. qualty ; :


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I OCT 31 1 1941

Get 'em Tornadoes



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l.. ,.<. 1941 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE .,' .
Green Cove 0 Bradford 16 >

.. Fla. Scho Deaf-0 Bradford Tonight t (Friday) .' I 1<'..

r 4 AJ 2'V'a Wildwood-6 Bradford-19 '

1 .. Alachua-12 Bradford: ..
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r Reddick 0 Bradford 47 : \- M'fi
Here' 8 P. M.BRADFORD .
Oct. 31 Hastings .\ '

I'' ., Nov. 7 Open Date "

ii, Nov. 14 Bolles Mili. Here :" .
! .f PA R K
: Nov. 21 Jasper There'

h l Nov. 28 Monticello Here $t y

", # Buck McMillan, nimble Tornado back, caught y s
',x bere in the act of getting off one of those long .. Another dependable Tornado standby Is J. E. ;/ '' .
Denmark (also a senior) who can always be 4 t
$ c pauses 'In an old B. II. 8. utandby you'll always \
,'t Q. t see In action at Bradford Park. Buck to now in counted on to turn In a creditable performance R'jas "'rhis
third reason ar a valued member of the Tornado at end. A* pictured here, he la Just getting: off a+ >,
squad, and fans hate. to think that it will..or on one of those dealing end runs for which he has
r* wows x ; :g1 probably be hin tnat-but there's no getting around ."I become far-famed this Msaon_ His Jong-range
the fact that he graduates thin prlng. The efficient punting has been a great asset to the Tornadoes
blocking: of McMillan has been a highlight of and hla berth at B. H. S. will doubtless be hard K .. < m
the current UOD. to fill

96 .11. 96

Beat 'Em Tornadoes
'Em Tornadoes We're With You Tornadoes Girls...1 The- FIGHT ON TO
After The Game

Watch Your
ft *
Just,To Let You Know' You Do Your Best, BoysWe'll .', t'' So,You-D on't Like Football? Come. On Ole Bradford
'We're Proud Of Our Coach, Do The Rest Boys : WE'RE GONNA WIN
And Team After The Game Try One Of Our And.'You'Il\ Come Out Tonight and See -

12-Inch Hot DogsJERRY'S You'll Have The Time of Your ECONOMY SERVICE CO.
COMPANY Plumbing and Electrical {Work
., CO.


SHOPPE From The Captain To The
To The Finish
Fight Never
We Got The Spirit You Got Opposite Courthouse Go Get 'EM Tornadoes! Waterboy
Give In!
What It Takes, Tornadoes! 96 Phone 96 'WE'RE ALL BACK OF YOU We're With You 100 Percent
On The Way To and From The Game Let
See Our New fall Curlee Suits Together 'We Can't Lose
.'* *- Us Fill Your Tank With Super Shell
Eat. 1894 'Walgreen Agency Always BRADFORD BARBER SHOP LI1JLJY, Owner
.1.- ,

Bradford We Intend To Back Our FootWE'RE PROUD OF YOU I Ifc

Fight To The Finish Never Give Take It Away, Tornadoes! High. ball Team By Our Attendance / -

DON'T LET US DOWN at Every Game Diamonds i Watches
,In! Boosters. Certified Watch Repairing


Tornadoes _
( >i"",..' -1 rtJ wV! ,
"'.f Empty Grandstands Never '. ; ,
Helped :
5 A Football Team' Is No Stronger
To Win A Football Game ; '
.: Than The Support It Gets

There's A Seat For You At Bradford Park- GAINESVILLE' From The Home Folks _



:. Be Sure To' See Them AllI

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'>Y ,,"I' n '.1 .

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'-t;; Rural Delivery In Bradford Those Who Follow Christ Must; Make daughter, Barbara Jean were

ted Thirty-Five Years Ago I Their Lives Attractive To OthersA I day shopping In Jacksonville last Fri. :J/'e Camera Corner ''r

Leber( contains an anniversary. ... ( Rrlef Excerpt from a recent was sufficient for such an hour F. M. Norman and sons Frank h
publicized but ---- and Russell
of this section
little ,
I u very I sermon at the Methodist Church Conditions in our world today, were jl I
has an Import- Mr and Mrs. A. Ed-
visiting A
I pe v \\'thelefJ! >y the Rev. G. C Powell.) mark the need for such men of
ring on dally lives of wards and family of Brooker last .'
be I'alth. We need a stabilizing force
o f Bradford CountylIJIan Subject: "Anchors Of Faith"The Friday.Mr. I
within to make us adequate to '"',,'
nsU ... way an Individual behaves face the forces from without. A and Mrs. Allen Howardand .
October 1906-33: years agofln -- himself in a crisis often deter- faith that will not waver when Wesley Loyless of Jackson-
t R F. D. mall nines the success or failure of the testing come An assurance vMto were visiting Mr. and Mrs. X
established In B I' a d that Individual, and often may that our God is sufficient for our Rheuben Thornton and family t ,
re of them determine the destiny of other here Thursday of last week. i
and one needs. That we belong to Him, : ,
rded ty to B. S. Edwards, ;er ona or causes. that we servo Him. And greatest .

sup holding,, down the A few great moments In an In of all: That we believe that this SAMPSON CITYBy

loday. + dividual's life, and the reaction of God will do what he has pro- Mr,. J. E. Jones
almost everything hat one In those great momenta mised.If .
Ttbe Like Idea of free mall I ften furnishes the standard by Mrs. Doc Warren of Wildwood
all men everywhere could
not popular at vhlch that life Is measured.A was visiting here one day this
rv was havs such faith In God, and were
the routes were hard to brief review of tbe biographies willing to accept Him upon His week. F { i fL 'IJ
Mr Edwards says, and of some of the outntand- promises a new world condition Mrs. Hattie Varnes Is sick this k ? r

IB that It took a lot of ng religious and secular leaders' would come Into being overnight.If week. We hope she will soon be

BPd several strong n history will Indicate that a few i we who profess to believe, well again. 1 1a ,r I!
the Telegraph to put the outstanding experiences, often; could really believe and we who Mrs. W H. Smith Is spendinga n11b' 1 Y ,
/ery brief as to time, were the' :have chosen to follow Christ as few days In Jacksonville visiting ,
"ne people were afraid letermlnlng factors and the turn-: our Saviour would really follow her mother Mrs. Weaver.

service would Increase ng points In thetr careers as well him. and let our faith and our MY. and Mm. Charley McKInney Iit
s They received very is turning points in the history religion become a reality In all went to Bostwick o n business
;i'of any kind and no >f the times In which they lived. the experiences of life, the world Saturday ,. atf I

pers or magazines. They The great Apostle Paul was one would want to know our Christ. Mrs. W, H. Smith's mother and
me to town every month ) If 276 souls abroad ship on the It Is our responsibility to live our sister from Jacksonville spent I
get their mall and do 'oyage to Rome. They had fought faith so attractively and teach It Sunday with her. ,
ping," Mr. Edward vlth all human strength, againsthe so persuasively that others will ,
At last, however, the elements, and all hope was want to share) It with us. A crowd from here enjoyed a )
re sold on the Idea, the low gone, we are told. yet the picnic on Sampson Lake Sundayand
rt established, and Mr. nan of God, and, of Faith came VANDERBILTBy reported a nice time. : ,
rds began the job that orth with words of comfort and Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinneyirom
Miss Volni Norman
e him a total of almost heer. The man who had startedout Starke visited their parents t

miles ((72,000 via horse as a prisoner became masterof Mrs. Tlson of Gainesville and here Sunday. .
) In 35 years In the situation because of his un- on, Lawrence of Miami, and x.t 'w
(10' (Items left over from our Issue of _ j jy
left the route for other dying faith In the Cod whose Ur. Herbert Nix: of Okeechobee +

ut, but returned In 1920 t power la greater than the elements were visiting Miss Velma Nor- Oct. 2t) ,,
been carrying: the mail and reaches beyond the man Friday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Brown la spend
__ total of 28 years In : bounds of space and time, the Sam Norman and daughters ing the week with her mother y '
God who holds' the destinies of Mrs. Wimberly of Lake Butler. 'I
Ice. and Mrs. Herbert Norman and ,r r'f
Mien I first started nations, and of the world In His baby all of Long Bridge were Miss Vida Kelly ipent sometime

m't believe there was a Power. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonzle Norman with her uncle and aunt Mr. ., I''
I' or magazine delivered The Apostle was anchored by Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hogan and has re i
entire route" Mr. faith In God the Father, and In andTMrs. Levy Norman and turned to Bartow where she will Children are undoubtedly the moot popular .( all picturesubjects

SILL "Road and. ,bridges Jesus Christ the Saviour, and In daughters Velma l and Gloria, enter school a.d this fart Is -"te andontaadwho your heart :' .
lly In a terrible condition the Power of the Holy Spirit were shopping I n Jacksonville Lefric Johns of New River was warn to the wldey chubbiness of flute Helm'Kay Andvr- r
s best I could hope to and, anchored so firmly that the Saturday. attending to business here last son, -iHMithN-old daughter of Cap) ** and Meal 8Itnna B.,Anderson ;

three miles an hour e. dangers of a storm at sea, or The avenge" attendance of week. of Camp HlandlnK. The picture was taken by Opt. And.rJ J
ope I would very often even what seemed certain death pupils at Vanderbilt school drop Mr and Mrs. Lem Brown and Ion with a 9-A Graftax PaRlflra."I b
wt of mud chains and could not destroy that faith. Mrs. Ethel Powell made a bustn -
ped far below par last week because .
em out before I ever took The firmness of the Apostle's s trip to Bartow Saturday I
of excess rain making some Make a date to whit your Itax-
the roads were'10 bad."I Calth, the anchors that stabilized of the roads Impassable. Since Mr. and Mrs. Holden Smith of II .-.A ld gauss [ ;, t
all Store Thursday '
Wednpiitoy.. 'FREE'
owned two horses so I his faith in the crucial momentare the weather has cleared up and Hawthorne spent the week-end ysuNtnaot3tomaoh 'i j
: '
lye a fresh one every day.them very definitely marked' in his repairs have been made on the with relatives here. Friday or Saturday, November Ulcers Indication. |' I'T

eve 72,000 miles words to his fellow voyagers.A roads the attendance Is about the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hogan and S, 6, 7, 8. A saving worth Blefttfng.CaHeartbuanBelchlng. .: I
itomobllei came in, and man with such faith could samo as usual.L. slater, Mrs. Ethel Powell and jour while In Mailing for you. If.......got a Mc sample 01 UDCA I :

> much of them that I put not be shaken by outward events. it. Norman made a business Earnest McKinney made a business 250 bargain 2 for Inn price of and a tree tntetestlnf booklet atOARFENTER'S i. I

oih on a pension until they His life was anchored by :faith In trip to Jacksonville Tuesday trip to Lake Butler Mon 1 plus Ic. arpmter the Itoxall j; /
Then, as now the rural a 'h.. eternal realities His I God Mrs. Frank Norman and little day. 'Drug HI....... "
rrier was a "complete >, j
office," giving the same r
e* that would be found in ;\ f
hc R. F. D. man must

nd ough erybody's yet to not"pass delay friend the the,"time stop mall.of I : !!" TRYU?

With the coming of the SERVE YOUR CO Ill:

blle eatly, Improved roads and and bridges the I I

orrles were, considerably ,
ned. Washed out bridges, .
ales, and deep sandy ruts of future !\

dwarda rgety a yielded thing of to'the'the past. ;: protect your j

ensloned his horses, and "
n automobile. Since his
Codol T Ford In 1921. he t :...4a -
riven a total of 131,000
>e job-a. distance equal to :

bee around the earth.
I / J JI
a short l'' '
oute, however, and this la no : t'
anee at all compared with : J' t'l

raveling done by a carrier \ i I
long IJIItly dally explains.route," Mr.-Ed / t"t"I:

ver Any, It way sounds you like- figure a long It. -. America needs volunteers to keep the light of ( b

he average man who does '

t hu riding in a swivel liberty burning to safeguard our American ;'! I

GUM By Mrs.BRANCH Edd Pan-fen r shores to man our new two-ocean Navy. <.,';> i 1 i i''tIt;

Mr. and
Mrs. T. N, Norman i fl'
ldren. Dorothy and : j ,
4 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon !it l
>n. Rudolph, attended the Sapp r-ptre United States is now building tbe moet'power. ,I J

ay dinner at the home of .l ful Navy the world has ever seen.'But It taken i '

Mr. and Mrs. Dewle our liberty, protect millions of American homes : ,
tarke were guests of Mrs. and families. It takes men! Volunteers! i ;' t

en's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Every new battleship, new cruiser new destroyer 'I

aPP, Sunday. is just 00 much steel and bon until a crew of trained] h ,\ I
W:. p;
spent men-mechanics, electricians radiomen ..irnalmecarpentcl'1I ,
with Mr. and Mrs. /
-lemons. d : and other specialists-goes aboard.

Mr and Mrs. E. E. That is why the U. S. Navy may train you to be tj I

1 I', and Mrs. Charney an expert in any one of forty-five modern trades and LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY AND. j
d daughter and Mr. and professions.You will, get regular Navy pay while you Get this FREE BOOKLET "
milliard! and daughter are learning. And it is possible for you to be earning ; f

,wtey H spent Friday with as much as $126.00 a month before your first enlistment ran. TRAINING. worth $1110O, 45 trmil. and ..ooaMail coupon for your free copy of ,
Keene. clone to chouM from. "Life In the U.8. Navy.:' 24 Ulu*> I L
Mrs Susie Moore is completed. OOO0 PAY with result I- You may ..rn trated tlo"t ,
spent pair"es.TellrDaYP re .
in the Navy Americans have a month.
*-end in Right now young up to atte <<
Gainesville. and vacations you can expect /
WI" are double opportunity to serve their country while building EACH arc mUtted to a fWMroua vacation 'prey ,
sorry to report 1IA./.OII how you can retire on a life income.Dencnbc '
rloii p
L Edwards their security and independence at the same p pay. how learn of '
e* on the sick list in own aooo roo aDd plenty of it. ; you any j,.
< 45 bi g-Dry trade* from aviation to
time. rat[: CLOTNINO. A rom pI_ outfit of clothing ,
Mrs, radio bow become ;
Eliza Hill of Plant fine e"llat. Onr 100 many may :
with the new, greater Navy whoa you ( f worth.) 1
27 life
officer from
spending a few days with rmtt Mf DICAL CAME, raeular, d.nUi attention.riNCST scenes Navy .1'.1'Grow
V4r Mrs- J. S. Sapp. The Navy wants men to learn, to advance to get POUTS and .ntortmlnnunt.TMVCL bowing games you may ply, e.'J'

This section' was saddened bigger pay,to qualify for the positions of responsibility( ,AOVCNTIMK.Y..II.I.UYOII can't brat the citing port you may vixit. Tells enlistment requirements ., ;i',,,
.ru and where If between
to 17 and
apply. you are 31 (no "S:
IBL the death of naval forces are expanded. Ns.yfurtb.mt ,
? the which must be as our I
usual this book
Dukes high required), get free now. No obligation. ,I'
of Brooker. is opportunity for every young man-one CCOMC AN ornCKH. Many can work for an ap Ak the Editor of this for, .
It Navy 0
Mr. and Mrs. \ a putnt..... & to the Naval AcmtUmy or tn* Annapolu paper a copy. r r
Starke William well worth thinking about. There is a place for you of tile Air at Pvnueola.rtrrtMl telephone him. Or mail him the coupon. You can pastel, ,":'

Mro' J.were s- guests of Mr. in America's new Navy. SUCCESS. It'.y tar Navy-tralowt nun it on a penny postal card. I'.
Sapp Sunday S. like to learn one. to getLntau cood-pnyinc job*in civil, lit*. .
noon. If you have a t r ad enoW'o I' wet ..m..It".PAYloI'.ularN. WEAR THIS BADGE 0'NONORI if after read.( : ;
why not get the full facts Navy opportunitiesand YT. lag the free booklet you decide to apply rora' '
GRAHAM training today! plea In the Navy you will receive thi smart t: i I'I'NAVY '
By Mrs. lapel-.mbl.m.It U a badge of honor you will. i.i
C. Smith t'# ------o wear. 'I'
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Lon Mien nIe lands Margaret McKlnney WHY NOT CHOOSE THE NAVAL RESERVE I Tear eet am] take er seart this eeepeei Er-'I I '
were married ( s./ te the Navy letter..this Bewasaper
cently I
a daughter BrOOker Mrs. / Don't wait. Chooa tb* Naval Reserve l'f1Ie.nn-o.ttbe length of time remaining I W thoIItoblipLiononmypartwba'-er n
IWcK? of Mr" and Mrm- ', _..The Secretary of UM Navy .... announced in their enliatment1Remember I net ", I ;
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horn.Dey> They will make r : : "AH tarn now enlisting in the -the regular Navy and I IM.reo.- : giving I : '
I near NanlltMerve offer the full details about the opportunities for men In Jl
Hampton. Naval ffeacrve will be retained on active you same travel, i jQ
Mr' Navy duty throughout tbe period of the training, promotion,pey increases.Physical I the Navy or Naval Reaerve. 4. I
One Smith of national emergency, bat they will be requirements in the Naval Reserve
returned to her home t+ released to inactive duty.soon after the.ore liberal. Find out all about the I N.'f("I f
alter lpendlng< several days ., em.rg acy a.1hdra.rvaoe.caa be(pared. Naval Reaerve.Sand in the coupon nowl .. ,
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STATE OF F .0 HI DA tot Ruth AND NOTICE TO ATPEAUSTATE !: IN CIRCHT ("01 RT. BRADFORD Order In next four official.neat*. NOTICE! Or TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED oember, 1941Cane \.
Wed In Lake Butler hand and t.d
to Catherine l 'STV. FLORID.iI IM tHDoroFhy .'*\- WitneoB my I9n{ this' .
Birch LlndMey whom rvoldence la OF FLORIDA : at Starke. Fla.' this Oct 29, 19thOFFCCIAt (ft, MUe> Bill No. IRE) 30th,, sly,,
who. rentdene l'FN'l/l Y.
Costello Olae, : lt
unknown. Plain : HEAL) A. J TliojnayjAH NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN thatT (OFFICIAL (
The following marriages have You are required to appear onDecember In unknown. Brick man Alvord Baker Baker ( Clerk of .said court. 10-11 4111-21 W. Slaughter; holder of TaxCertificate ALICountyfFlurdit
required to appear on tiff. v' Raymond No... 8 A 6, Issued the (:0111.1AM
1, 1841, I In the hove You are J. a. Harrison JackHonvllle, Fla. ,
been reported by Judge J. R. named Court and. cause, wherein December. 1, IUI. In the above Defendant.ORDER: 'Case OP No.PUBLICATIONAND IS63. Atty. for pit. 4th. day of July A. D. 193ft and!! has I ]10'1141
and wherein tiled In office _
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford named Court fauna name my nanmade
Townsend of Lake Butler: Bryant County Iricraph shall. publish thteOrder plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR application for a tax deed to I C-UU'I IT ('01

Tyles of Brooker to Miss Mildred l In next four weekly ImiueH.Wltnex .. ('ollnlv In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish iMHuea thlHOrder mond'BTATB Alvord OF Baker FLORIDA of 129VeHt to: HliY- IM riiirrrr "OI'IIT, IUI 'IJFOItD be Issued the thereon.following rlald certificateembraces dentrlbednropertr CEnvn\ '" .'LOItID\It'l' ,'a",
hand and official neal Cali (' >i'vrv. FLORIDA L'H.iN: p
my Mountain VUw, Lontr Bench
Lake Butler October 18. hand and offlctalsealat In the County of Brad. William
Kerce, at Ntarke, Kla. thin Oct. 3n.) 1941.fOKKK'IAfj Witness my C'R''. YObnl'.
J, ThomasA 'ark.. Fla. thin Oct. 30. ll 41. Le'na Grlfrln DeLoach Plaintiff ford State of- Florida to-wIt: Elizabeth Ann Plaia..'
Jamea C. Pringle to Miss Jewell ( NEAL) A. You ark required to appear on \"OUI11'
HEAL A. J. ThomasA fcU & of SKY Sec .
Clerk of Bald court 10-31 ft 1\.11 In the abovenamed vii. William Albert DeLoach, De No. Do!
December rrViiHW 1681.ORDEn .
Griffin both of Lawtey. October John J. Hendemon. I0.q. Atty. for Clerk of Bald court. 19-31. 4t 11-21 Court*a"d| cause, wherein fendant. Cane No. 154*. 10 Twp. '7 8. It 19 E.. 160 Acres,
Hendemon Esq. Atty. less, I"1 embraced
John J. under
18. Plf. plaintiff week. divorce BradfordCounty ORDER OF PUBLICATION: more or ANI pP PI'A\
for Plf. Telegraph shall publish tll.Or".r AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Maid Certificate No. R. > NOTI('!': To
of NWW\ A NW\4\, of SWV, STATE OJo'
8WV4 ,
issues.Witness .. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William I
In four weekly FLORIDA
next beth
Residence Sec. 11: Twp. 80
KLOHIOAI IM 11IAN- I'V 'IIU'fl'I' coi HT. nntnronu iriiKtrr coi HT. HRAUPOHII my hand and official neat Albert DeLoach. IH. .. of till
4-fciiY. ('01 "V'I'Y 'I.onln. 1\ ('II IY- C'OI sTY FLOHIDII I:* "'II.'NC' at Htarke! Fla. this Oct. i 9. 1941. Unknown Acre, more or embracedunder Place. Cleveland l.
PlalnHff, .. Ruth CKIIV. '' Rt'. (OFFICIAL URAL: ) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear on : said Certificate No. IS.I You are Ohio,
Uuy Llndsey. v required
Birch Llndney, Defendant.OKDBK T. J. Olase, Plaintiff v.. Catherine William 8 iNokrelt Plaintiff vn.Kllxnbeth .. An Clerk of mild court 10-91 4t 11-21 December. 1, 1941 In the above I arty The under assessment the Bald of certificates the Bald prop.IB.. December I. 19f1. In 10 a
Inokrelt Defendant. named Court and wherein Court
Thlcpen Nathan Jacksonville, cause Ili
Clase, Defendant.
OF PUBLICATION: Costello << annamed
seeks divorce Bradford' sued were In the name of Mrs N. plaintiff ca...
L. Knhrht. ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND : County Telegraph shall publish thin County Telerapb ,
------ NOTICB TO APPEAR OrdIn next four weekly lnHue Unless said certificate shall be In ehelOrde
--- - STATE OF FLORIDA tom Kllia- IM: ciHrix. t-ot liT DII IDFOHDCOLINN'1't Witness my hand and official Beat redeemed according to law, the Wltnp...next hand tour "'''kl 0
beth Thlirpen Inokrelt, whole residence LOHlil.ta IM "',,.\%- at Starke, Kin. thin Oct. 21 1941. property described therein will be at Starke and ellk(
. ADS'u In unknown. l'FIIY. !' OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Bold to the hlarheBt bidder at the (OFFICIAL SEAL Oct II
10-31 4t 11-21 courthouse door on the first Monday A. Clerk ) A
You are required to appear onDecember William Henry Teiih Plaintiff, AH Clerk of said court. of Bald I.
,.. .. ,. In the above Defendant. Can No. T. Frank Land rum, Starke Fla.Attv. In the month of December Nathan cllurt 10.lt
---------------- ------- -- -- --- --- --- 1. 1941 VH. Helen Tesh, Srh.vlta
which IB the ht day of De- i'la. S
named Court and .cause wherein 15S2. for Plf 1H41. Atty. for Plr. Iak
FOR RENT-One 6-room house FOR SALE-One fire-proof safe33"x24"x22" |plaintiff neck divorce Bradford ORDER 'OF PUBLICATION:

with hot and cold water. Also Box 431-B.' lip County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r AND NOTICE TO APPEAHSTA1'1'
In next four weekly l issues.Witnesa ': OF FLORIDA to: Helen
one small 4-room house without.C. my hand and official neal Tenh. of Sit Woodland Avenue
R. Whitehead Lawtey. tf KOH SALE 4-burner <1 giant at Ntarke. "'I... thin Oct. 30< 1941. Wlnnton-Salem. North Carolina
burner) gasoline good OFFICIAL. NEAL) A, J. Thomas You are required to appear on
range AM. Clerk of said court. 1034t 11-21 December 1, 1941, I In the above Phone 159 We Deliver L '
FURNISHED 2-room apartment, condition at reasonable price. John J. Hendemon, "':"(1. Atty. named Court and cause, wherein el'I as.Guy's

with screened porch. All tnor- Also several iron chairs. Mrs for Plf. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford

ern conveniences. $20 month. A. A. Frazee. Box 745 Starke. County Order In Telegraph n.xt-four shall weekly publish lHBuen.Witness thin. MarketGroceries Large 8 x 10 "TIn: SM.ARTF T IY

Inquire at Starke Dry Cleaners. lip I'" niicirr roi'HT. nit.\DKoiinCOI my hand and official seal I Meats Fresh
'NT'; *. KI.OHIII IM <'HAN.l'RII at atarke. Fla. this Oct. 29. 1941. rolF
-Mra. W. C. Conner Itp Y.Omary. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..7. Thomas Fl'Res App
fr'OK BALE Jersey cow and hell- Hlree. Plaintiff v*. Alma A. Clerk of said I court. 10-31 411121Nitlian Vegetables Platinum ,

FOR RENT Two-tory houne er calf.-T. L. Casey Graham Hires, Defendant Case No 15D4 "Mchevltz JackHonvllle, WE.\RlSG
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Fla. Atty.. .. for plf. Quality Merchandise .Low APPARp
west side Kingsley Lake. Fur. Fla. Itp .ANI NOTtCR TO APPEAR : ; .:..... -- : .
modern four STATE OF FLORIDA tOt Alma ;: Prices Portrait :-
nlihed equipment) ,,I' 4 '
bedrooms; large Hvlngroom; servant FOR SAL :-4-room house-cost lures, whoae .residence In Unknown.You IY4)1N'I'Y IT" toft1111R1ICll.l< ; ti \ i, .: Phone Hit
are on ;
$1,800 to build 3 dO'I appear 225 S.: Walnut S. (Choice of 4 Poses)
quarters; 2-car garage; years ago- December 1, 1041, I above ...:1&v. '
rea.sonable.-A. Z. and five acres fenced In. on named Court and cause, wherein Frank Alvin Knox Plaintiff 'VB
4 Adklns plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Ora Lee Knox. Defendant Cane. No. Coupon With $5 in
Starka. tf highway near Waldo, all for County Telegraph shall publish this I860.

$900. J. P., Fetner Box 45, Order In next four weekly Iniiuen. ORDER' OF PUBLICATIONAND : Purchases A For
Witness my hand and official Heal I NOTICE TO APPEAR > With Every $5.00
FURNISHED COTTAGES on Starke. lip at Htarke, "'I... this Oct. 3O. 1941. STATE: OP FLORIDA to: ora Lee
(OFFICIAL NEAL) A. J. Thomas Knox whose residence.. Unknown.You .
Lake Santa Fe, B miles east of FOR SALE Improved 85-acre: A. Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t 11-21 are required to appear on SAVE YOUR SLIPS :

Waldo. Electric lights running farm with 12-room house All Jan. M. Peeler Jacksonville, Fla. December 1. 1941., In the above 25c and .
A tty. for Pit. named Court and cause, wherein CouponREGULAR :,
water. Inquire modern ,conveniences. -A. A. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford \ .
Jewelry Co., Gainesville tf County Telegraph shall publish this
Ann Is Lawtey.
Fla.tf IN finrriT 'O"IIT. BRAIIPORDCOI'STV. Order In next four, weekly UHuen.WltneHH .
; FLORIDA IN CHAN my hand and official neal
CAN, USE SEVERAL LADIES- (KRV. at Htarke Fla. thin U<:t. %9. 1941.
: : rOft. RENT-Bedroom, connect.Ing (Married Preferred) and several Bruce Power. Plaintiff vs. Mae (OFFICIAL BEAD A. }, Thomas
,, ,*. : Power. Defendant. Cane No. 1555 AH. Clerk of: Maid court. 10-31 4t 11-Z1 / $2.50 VALUE
bath. Mm. W. M. 'WIm. gentlemen from 21 to 35 yearsof ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND Nathan. Scbevlta' Jacksonville, "Monk"" Dinkins' Carpenter'sService

belly 817 North Church Street age to act as clerks in NOTICE' TO APPEAR Fla Atty. for Plf. -
ltp Amusement Center. Clean work Power whose residence !I. un. Station ",' The Rexall Store
four hours from 7 to 11
FOR RENT- small unfurnished p. You are required to appear on COUNTY FLOIUD4I IM CHAW.CKRY. .
p. m. Previous experience not December 1, 1841, In the above Corner Temple and Platt Sta.
house. This week only. L. B. Howard H. .. Phone 64
See Phil P. Vltske at named Court and cause, wherein Hlatt. Plaintiff v
Jordan, Route 2, Box 304 necessary. i plaintiff neck divorce Bradford Lauretta Hlatt Defendant. ,
Western-Union Telegraph Office County Telegraph shall publish thin ORDER .OF PUBLICATION: Obtain Your Coupons Corner Call Sc
Starke. Itp ANI> NOTfl'R Thompwi
from 10 to 10:30: mornings\ Order In next four weekly luauejt. >i> TO APPEAR 1 Coupon With Each
Witness my hand and official seal STATE OK4FLORIDA. to: Laur-
FOR RENT OR SALE-Attractive or write care post Office nt Htnrke, Fla. thin Oct 50. UU" etta Hlatt whone'. residence la un From Cooperating

six-room bungalow In Law. for 'appointment. Itp (OFFICIAL NEAL) fA.S. Thomas known.: .GREASE JOB OR With Every $1 Pure
All Clerk of said court. 19-11 4t 11-21 You 'are fequlre'd "to appear on Merchants
tey. Every modern convenience. Ham B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla. : December 1, 1941 In the above
WANTED TO BUY saw lumber Atty. for Plf. named Court and ('au..e.. wherein OIL CHANGEP.
Mrs. Godwin 316 North Cherry .
delivered at mill. See A. A. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford
street. lip County Telegraph shall publish this
Annla or Hal Edwards at Law IN 'In'IT C-o'nT. RRAIJFOnDc'ol''rv. Order In next four weekly .lH..ueii.

Fla. tf FLORIDA IM! CHAM' Witness my hand and official Heal
--Garage apartment,
C'KltY. at Starke. Fla. thla Oct. %9. 1941.
2 bedrooms, water and lights. Cora Hope, Plaintiff, v.. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Also a furnished cottage. Mrs. WANTED-man o r woman to Wllllam Hope. Defendant Case No. Aa Clerk of said court. 10-31 4t 11-21
John J. "Henderaon Atty. for Plf.
L. M. 1 1-2 take over Fuller Brush dealer 1666ORDER
Clark miles out OF PUBLICATION Bon Art Studios

East Can St. tf ship Bradford County during AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IN! CIRCUIT C-OI'nT. Bn.UjFDRD ..S. Stores Inc. Bradford Co
Christmas rush. Possibly STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas COUNTY! FT.OIIIDtt I\ CHINf'KRY. -
per. William Hope whose residence la So. Walnut St.
i-'OH RUNT-Galvanized ware manent. No Investment. Write Unknown.You B. Tender. Plaintiff. va. 145 W. Can St TelegraphOne

house near the State Farmers' Fuller-Box 54. Rt. 2 Haw are required to appear on Catherine M. Yeager Defendant..
December 1, 1941, In the above Case No. 1525..'; STARKE FLORIDA
Market on Road 18. Apply R. thorne. Itp named Court and cause, wherein ORDER cr>F" PUBLICATION: 174

A. Newiome 333 North Cherry plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford AND NOTIcE TO APPEAR One Coupon With Ev
ACCOUNTANT-'with tot Cathe.ertne
street. It many years Order In next four weekly Issues. M. Y.a..r. 618 Twelfth With Each $1 Purchase
I experience and best local reference -; Witness mv hand and official neat Street. Altoona Pennsylvania Subscription or Rend

,FOR SALE-Baby range good want one or two extra at Starke, Fla. this Oct. S9 1941. You are required to appear on
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas December 1 IMl
In the above
condition. $6 cash.-Mrs., Amy sets of books to keep. Address As Clerk of said court. 19-11( 4t 11-11 'named Court and cause, wherein

Clark. Ronte'l' Starke. ltp P. O. Box 109, Starke. Itp Sam B. Wilson ,Jacksonville, Fla. plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford I

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