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: June 12, 1942
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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>'lidlC t.Ppea"Leer Vote ( SCHOOL BOND ELECTION TUESDAY ( Handles'

Ch"I, !e Delayed First Aid Station Freeholders Urged To Turn Out At Polls On June 16 Five Fined Large Volume

"Jr.yN 1 Q QI I I September Gets The with First More thanks Aid Help Center the following acknowledges To Prevent Another Failure-Vital To New School PlantUnless For Selling the County LiquorIn Judge's Court I Spring ProduceThe ,

d of calling a beer donations received during the Monday five men pleaded guilty number of "packages" sold
of Sunday past
7u.: re ,uemioa the regular City week: 374 qualified freeholders in School District No. 3 go to the polls and vote of selling whiskey" and were fined on the Farmer Market during
" settled al by Judge Jo:. K. Ferryman. James tlie week June 6-13 totaled 4434. {
'.... L In September, Mayor N.nwrlght. Mrs. Bertha Pearce-2 sheets 2 next Tuesday, the sorry spectacle of January 27 will be repeated. Phillips was fined $33 and costs; J. B. Gardner manager stated

, : Jr.. announceday pillow cases 1 blanket. On June 16 a second attempt will made'to authorize an i issue of $3'>.000, repre- Lindaey Grlffla $100; Maxle" Carter yesterday, bringing net returns to

I, ay, Mrs. Ruby Clarke-2 blankets. senting Bradford County's ante toward an'enlarged and modernized school plant.In $23; Jack Baker ISO; and Al Bradford County farmers of $5.-
Issued the followingd Miss Ruth Johnson-2 sheets 1 Hartmann $100. 503.45. This total Included 1.288
I statement pillow case. return for this $35,000; Bradford County will get school additions and improve- M. H. Carter wa fined $2:5: and crates of green beans; limas 361;

haM'I :e Citizens! of Stark: Mrs. Arch Johns-2 sheets. ments totaling $119,000. A generous Uncle, Sam is putting up the other 84000. copts on a charge o f reckless cucumbers' 180; peppers 199; rich I
not driving. potatoes 6; field 332; squash
whether or peas 1
m question 0 Circle 2 of Methodist W. S. C. If you own real estate and have lived in the county for six months or longer, you Tuesday morning a replevincase DO; strawberries 283; tomatoes o

I 1I 1 tall be sold In rt-Lon! and S.-complete'equipment: for one are qualified to vote in Tuesday's election-providing, of course, that you live in School came up for trial, in which, 102; corn 1,532; and watermelon

| after church hours bed.St. District No. 3. The only voting place will be.in the courthouse at Starke. J. L. Connor replevled a cow and
I| that I have been Inform- Marks Auxiliary-complete: calf from Daisy Cox (colored ). 213.The average price per' crate for

atm Imany of my friends, on equipment for one bed. In the first election, held January 27, an ,overwhelming majority of those voting Daisy In turn re-replevled them the above wait: beans 90c; lima

I, Lies of the question, that a These contributions bring us were in favor of the issue. But in spite offset-out-the-vote": efforts by teachers, who from MI', Connor, and Judge $200: ; cucumbers $1.00; peppers

'I.1 complete expression of had the closer to our goal but our 20 bed hauled voters to the polls until sundown, thftjJoTal number voting was still a few shortof Ferryman awarded the cow und $1.23: ; potatoes. $1,00; peas $1.10;
could be calf to Cox.T. .
s of Starke unit Is not yet complete. Anyone the required number and the election wail void. Daisy squash 6Oc; strawberries S2.SO;
R I regular city election next wishing to contribute please call Frank Lundrum was the at. tomatoes $1.00; corn $1.23. While '

I'f I bar j than at a special elec- 141 and we will call for your There are approximately 746 qualified freeholders in District Three. A majorityor torney for Daisy Cox while 1>. K. many watermelons brought $1.00

, n this question I am re- donations. If you prefer to give :374-must vote in order for the election to be legal. Knight wait attorney for Mr. Con. each, the average price wall 60c.
0"I g' from calling a special cash Mrs. L. H. Jennings has nor. Court adjourned a t noon The average price for all crate

10I. m at this time and will onto provided those eye-catching containers Realizing that it was not so much indifference as forgetfulness that caused the Tuesday. material was $1.23.

f get an expression fromtire you will find In local failure of January 27, S. E. Sparks, chairman of the County Board of Public Instruct Mr. Gardner expect to have

11 citizenry In the regular. stores and restaurants. Just remember tion, is leaving no stone unturned to assure success next Tuesday. Auto Tax Stickers for Mute on the market during 4
ectlon In September. "It Can Happen Here." the week beginning Monday. June

, i my belief that this will -Mrs. W. J, Epperson, Jr. He has written letters to the teachers in the district requesting their aid in help- 15: the following commodities, In

r ,us to secure a better and ing to get voters to the polls. All interested citizens are also urged to use their tele- the quantities and quality noted I:

i ii j (complete will vote also of avoid all the the phones and their cars, reminding their friends of the time and place, and bringing Now On SaleCollector a heavy supply of corn of excel!

jI jI and at this Gas Violators them to the polls if necessary. lent quality; also a heavy quantity
I a special election of lima beans. In excellent f

" Cars will be available for those who do not have means of transportation, and of Internal Revenue condition; a light quantity of t
Jr. John L. Fahs that auto
N. D. Wainwright Receive WarningW. anyone who wants a ride to the polls next Tuesday will be accommodated if he or she use tax: stamps announces In the denomination green beans In fair condition; a
, mall of cucumbers In
f telephones No. 43-the School Board office. of $3,00 were placed on sale quantity
fair shape; a light quantity of
In all and offices of
P. Smith chairman of the poHtofflcei peppers but of good, quality; a

1PORTANTMESSAGE local rationing board, had an Important 240 Immunized Collectors of June Internal Revenue on, heavy supply of field peas of
I Plane Observers Wednesday 10 The stampswill
, communication this week Sample Ballot evidence payment of the lax frond quality; a small quantity
potatoes of good quality; a light k
From the Office of Price AdminIstration for
the fiscal
i In Jacksonville, which In First Week iSperlul Tax: 8<'hiwl) DistrictNo. Needed At OnceAt 1, 1942, and must year be beginning purchased July on quality quantity; a of small squash amount of of tomatoes Rood 4 a

said In part: "Notify through 3 of Bradford County, or before that date. The stamps In good condition.
I, I By F R. Carradlne local publicity that filling station I Florida will be serially numbered, will be

I Sub-District Director operators must mutilate, destroy The first week-end of the immunization School Bond Flertlon: the request of F. R Carra gummed on the face, and will

Craft Warning Service or otherwise obliterate ga ollne campaign against typhoid June 16, m? dine, nub-dl.trlct director of the have provision on the back for Masons Now Have

units on the cards as they deliver small pox and diphtheria Shall there be authorized Issued Air Craft Warning Service H. A. entry of (he make, model, serial
respectfully ask that every- gasoline" closed with 240 persons in Brad. and sold scbool bonds of number and State llcenwo numberof

the county see this short "It can never happen here," is ford County having been given the Special Tax School District No. Carlton has accepted. the position the vehicle. $9,675 In BondsThe
i Not for any rhetor- a' common phrase and has broad treatments, according to Dr. M. 3 of Bradford County. Florida, of air raid warden for "Starke. The Collector said he had received -

em L that It certainly does application. But It has already J. Ford director of the Health In the principal amount of There 18 l a crying need for, volunteers advice from. the Office of I r

ilaln, or for any pleasure happened here. Filling station Unit. Miss Margaret Hoxsey Thirty-five Thousand Dollars because In this strategic Price Administration that In the local Masons .are again In

light obtain from the readf operators right her In Starke, field representative.arranged the ($35,000.00K.1 ta, Uaa.proceeds .of locality there exists a real danger Issuance and use of gasoline rationing the limelight HS true patriot, .
f b'lt for tn a simple according to Mr.... S.::lth Ux. ve clinics, while Dr, Ford; and Mrs. such! bonds" together' with of air raids from eiemy planes books, in."Important Identification having purch..edtotai: of $0,075 I 1
e and confident gratitude been guilty of two or three differ- George Inman, registered "nurse funds to be granted by the Mr. Carlton .U calling for 24 will be'the.serial number worth .of Wart bond in the last

I expressed in thee "w6rd9 ent kinds of refractions .of, the administered the Immunizations.This United States of America to volunteer airplane i spotters a t printed on the stamp. two or three weeks This amount ,
e country In which we live law along this line. campaign"" continue until be used exclusively for the once, HO that they may be trainedto To guard against loss or theft Includes. the $tOOO purchase May

'athers a people like ours "Warn them never to sell'"gasoline all the clinics have been held public schools of such School meet any emergency. It has. been suggested that, when 21.: They have Invested a totalof

r some time we have at- without punching the card" which Include: Hampton, Sampson District i. e.. for the acquisition l- N> one will huve to be on duty affixing the stamps, the vehicle $7,1119,110 In cash which I

ed to organize in our poor he said.' "Some accept a few cents City Graham, Brooker Clayno and construction of a new for more than two hours In anyone owner should dampen the wind. bought $9,073: In bond maturingIn
an observation post for thee than the price and fall Starke, Lawtey, Theresaa, Water school building and of annexesor day. There will be 12 shifts shield rather than the adhesive 12: year. They purchased nine t
of reporting planes flying more to punch the card.gas Some do not Oak, Pleasant Grove Hellbronn additions to existing/ school of two hours each during the 24- side of the Htump. Tills method $1,000 bond, ; one $3QO bond; one ,

I i\ our section of the country. even look at the car licence tag Springs, Vanderbilt, New River buildings, Including necessary hour period, with two persons bus been recommended to keep $100 bond; and three $23 bond, t
ave met with small success If giving the Lincoln City and Rising com- equipment and ground Improvements working together. It In prefer. the stamp Intact upon the wind. according to C A. Futch secre
are gasoline
to nee they
though the Army has In- A man in: munities. Most of the clinics are all of such school able to have men work at night shield As an additional precaution. tary of the Ixulge.
for the
, Ihat this civilian service is has right car.been in being held In the school build-' facilities and Improvements being and women during the day--unICHM It has also been suggested The V. & A, M. Lodge No. 35
Miami already put
necessary The value of it rules. There Ingj. located at Starke. In Bradford there should be a few men that each motor vehicle owner ha shown unusual progressiveness -
be measured by the fact Jail for breaking here the and If they Doctor Ford suggested; that all County Florida who would, be able to give their should make a record of the and has made unusual strides
the Army Is able to patrol Is an Inspector persons! who' are financially able time during the day. serial number which appears on for an organization In a town the
one want to keep out of jail and out (Instruction to v..tt'r.lark: an the use tax stamp In order that size of Starke. Under the leader-,
plane that territory nor- to do so, have their family physi- The work Is no easy and simple '.
|I ly of trouble, tell them to go according "X" before jour choice). there be some means of Identification of V. S. John worshipful
requiring 16 planes to of the cian immunize them against these that the young folks of 13 yearsof may ship St.
to the regulations ---- .
l' without civilian observa- d Mr. Smith diseases; but that all who are not I FOR BONUS age or above can help out to In connection with gasoline master; C. A. Futch secretary;
oeta Rationing Boar attend one of the clinics and haveIt -- advantage. All the observer has rationing In the event the 'and D. P. Carpenter, treasurer It

Ih all this In mind we ac- said.A. done. I 'AGAINST'BONDS to do Is to remain wide awake stamp should become lost will go far, In addition to Its
I a position of Sub-district rationing board has been set and alert at hU or her observation Every owner of a motor vehicle war bonds it owns about three-

Director of Bradford County up at Camp Blending Mr. smith Half Year TagsThe post for two hours and If which Is used l upon the quarters of a block of city real

> has to do with the organ- stated, and the Bradford County Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and A. 2Adklns planes are seen or heard merely I, highways should, call at hid local estate between Call and Madison
m of observation posts for boards have been requested not Motor Vehicle Departmentat Jacksonville, report to the warden the numberof postofflce or at the office of the and between Orange and Myrtle
Jr. went to
ounty. We Immediately ask- to Issue! a rationing card to any Tallahassee has notified Tax planes whether single motor, Internal Revenue Collector and street, and l 119 free of debt. As
t. Rev. Forbes E. Fuller to man In uniform for any reason Collector C. A. Knight that half- Tuesday afternoon to attend the blmotor or multlmotor; whether secure $3.00 use tax stamp and soon as the war clouds have cleared

>t'th position 'we formerly whatsoever.All year automobile tags would be on marriage of Mrs. Adkln's nephew,, very low low, high or very high; affix It to his vehicle on or before and all priorities are lifted, no r

that of Assistant to the transients applying for supplemental sale June 13 this year Instead of Johnnie L. Brlggs, Jr., to Miss, whether they were seen or heard; July 1, 1942, the Collector doubt the lodge will proceed Im .',

Observer, J. U Harrell., Mr. gasoline rationing July 1 as formerly. Charlotte Eskridge. and In what direction they were said. mediately to the erection of an
r accepted and since that time should be handled by the Board headed. The warden In turn will It In the desire of the Bureau adequate home of Its own.
anned his made of Internal Hjs/enue that the Use The local Masons have done a
Is Information
post almost corny where the application telephone that In to
for the 21 hours. The re- the communication stated. It It r the proper place Immediately.Mr. tax stamp shall be placed on the great deal of courtesy degree
windshield In a locution that will work fur men from all over the
-S watches are functioning suggested that all local rationing ) Carradlne of Lawtey, civil
clockllke not be In conflict with state requirement country who are stationed at
precision and have notary public located
proto boards a director for Bradford County will
automobile All told the
*) Stamp on Camp Blending t
operate even more com- within the Board when possible. meet with the group and give full
1 ly, registered In Florida. shouldbe lodge I III In a most proooperou
This will eliminate the necessity Instructions ai to how to l 1001'1all
and other-
nl placed on the lower left cor- condition, financially
were then conceived to wasting con-
of applicants these things about planet.Those .
the ner of the windshield. wise.
very necessary!! observa- siderable time In finding a no who are willing to give !
A. A. Annls was aped tary. I/JOO two hours a day to help keep Jup Car Diner Mrs. T. T. Long and son, Tom,
an to Big
an order of lum- f and German bombers from killing
Ith who have been here vUltlng her
the request that he bearnd Church Of CKrist American citizens and destroyingtheir On Call Street
the fact that this was for slater, Mrs D. P. Carpenter left q
property, please or see .
aiue and money was short. Announces ServicesHarry {War{ Bond >w j Mr Carlton at the Bradford Tuesday morning t>. S. Wood. the first of the week for a visit '
Annts .
simply delivered toy hauling with her mother, Mrs W. T. p
County Telegraph 0 r telephone of the Wood-Hopkins
114.12 evangelist of the Jackson, at Buconton Ga.
worth of lumber Pickup him at 29 Starke. contractors of Jacksonville, with
the Invoice was marked University Avenue Church of 10 laborers, unloaded the Dixie

We v diln't( pay for it. DId Christ In Gainesville, who la con- Bought l + Diner a car 45x10x10 feet-from
W Hal Edwards was asked ducting a ,meeting for the local Plan CelebrationFor a flat car on the Seaboard tracksat Explanation ,

Crap lumber. Instead of congregation will preach Sunday 4th Of July Jefferson street, and rolled It
Oi"ottere" the run of his evening on the subject, "How The By Local ) to lt.. destination In P. M Uure- I From Mm to lime hear rwulersof of
: the Telegraph might;
which contained some very Devil ';''orks Today. In announce I Starke like many other cities foot'a yard on the corner of Call of vitalImportune
able I certain development
cypress lumber, gratis. ing his subject for Sunday night, and towns often waits until the and Cherry streets I to Starke stud yet
Fairbanks, manager of Flor- Mr. Pickup said: "It Is a fact RestaurantOwner last minute.or a little later--to T. J. McCann of N e w York of then
I urc'mnt
full tt find
Power &: Light Satan WORKS and a lot make for Fourth of July and will an
Co. Starke, that i I plans a City U the proprietor, I In Ills Title doe
eked for tOW old light poles better than some members of the I celebration and then often has open the diner to the public just newspaer.|
1 are being replaced by new church but the point of the sermon to give It up as a bad Job. This an noon as he can build u kitchenat I not mean that the Telegraph the juts"
"It down oil
The OUtcome will be four Sunday night will be how he I year although there are only the rear,-obnut two weeks he but falling rather that we are wlllilioldlntc -
not only donated, but prop- does It. Nearly everybody knows three more weeks to go, Starke Is stated Tuesday Mr. McCann I Information that Army

.'et for the foundation of the that the devil Is working con. about to make adequate plans brought the car from Daytona offlrlulft believe" would .ho of
Carpenters have but some won't admit It. Beach to Starke. Through W. T
''r been ask- scantly At the suggestion of Miss benefit. In the enemies of our
a few hours labor. Without The reason Is obvious. When Jewell Prennell. associate secretary Clute, realtor he secured a three- .

''lttan they have expressed men are Ignorant of his devilish of the YMCA (USO Club year lease on the lot at $7:5: per country.The .same. prliirlple applies to

elvel as happy to be of ser- devices It Is easier for them to be No. 1)), a meeting will be held at month, with the option to purchase the omission of new from

Host, but when they know HOW I the YMCA this afternoon (Fri. the lot at 5000. Camp Illaniilnir. Strict newspaper

Ben the Wty post Is comWe he works it Is less difficult to 'day) at 5:30: o'clock at which all" 'rhe diner originally coat $13- ren or..l>lp prevent ufrom

Will be glad to have 01>- beat him." civic and religious organizationsof 000, Mr. McCann stated mentioning troop mo"I I
he(101PDt'ta In other section The sermon topics for the remainder IV. X. Carnation (right" ) l Is shown above delivering a $1,0001VarDond Starke will be represented I ment Into or out of the Camp,

he county l look us over. It of this week and the to Nick Stavrlano. proprietor of the Park Cafe. It N believed the City Council, the Rotary Club, Masons To Meet and also forbid the mentionIng -

,,lag our JOb to assist In the first of next according to the that this I* the first bond of this size void In starke to an Individual. the Board of County Commissioners of any of these posts and with ones In charge, are as follows! : Mr. l rnanlon made a fine record' by wiling' 1383.00 worth ofborl.lt the Woman's Club the A special meeting of Bradford I hutalllon. etc. by name.

,cooperation elsewhere that Friday night. "Essentials and" during the first week of the National 'Theatre Bond and Stamp Junior Woman's Club, the American Lodge No. 33 F. k A. M. has These restriction prevent
dey Ile getting, this county Non-essentials I of Conversion; Legion the Ministerial Alliance been called. for Monday night the publication of almost all
Part night. "The LordtQuestion and all others who might be June 15, at 8 o'clock. There will .
Saturday Drive.In of Important concerning
United new. any
dialed "In
: our
mUst the bond Mr. Stavrlano
be Sunday morningat purchasing be work In the entered appren-
remembered that Mark:; Interested I In the subject. the Army In thU area
though this entire work 1. 11:00: o'clock. "Remembering.:' States! of America the word unf'r7' mean honor, customs, l love, It Is Mlos! Freanell's hope thata tice and fellow craft degrees. All but we believe" our reader will I

nlary and .ratls., The congregation now meetshi! traditions and religion. If someone should take the. away from WI. first-class program might be members and visitors, are cord be tolerant when they understand

ded With the lame min erest the new building located a block we would have no home or country. That l. why I am bee)ing all staged and a barbecue and all the dially Invited according to an announcement "the reason. why."

"tentlOI\ given a position of off Road 13 on the Raiford road. the War Bond I can.-to. help Uncle Sam lick the rat. once sad trimmings be served to all Starke by C. A. Futch secretary -

.neratton Continued For this reason won Song service begins at 8:30p. : forever.. -Photo by Arnaa. residents and vlnltors. It

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#, The Bradford County Telegraph 'In Triumph

From St Mary', river to Cape Romano, Flor

KatabllHhed: 1877 1 Idas s'hoieline Is darkened at night. I
ME.MBER.FLORln Off the neal by coasts Nazi submarine commanders a+td

4 i i A PRISS; ASsOCIATION( peer Into the night seeking prey In thi

i I s NAn NALEDITORIALA5SOCIAnON darkened sea lanes

r ag.-4-1_ From the commanding general of the Feaster I\

re Defense Command has come a new and strongei r

,o to SL'BHCRIPTION ATE regulation to help blind our undersea enemies lurk DON AOBAtSpI

x tJs ; Yearly $1.73; Six Month $1.00- Ing there In the darkness. Street lights, electric

signs and flood lighting must be dimmed as fai
.bUHhed Weekly on Friday and Entered *. S ecCU -
Inland at thirty miles from the coast. HISTORY .

?y rod .n Mutter at the Pat Office at Starke Fla. All Florida east of the Apalachicola River hat d George '

been declared In the Eastern'! Military Area The down AftsfGettysburg. hem

h r;+, +l ', Show Tile Flags On Flag Day great city of Jacksonville drops under a curtain ol ne never could have; Abrai
darkness at nightfall. From Fernandlna to Key ...".... tysburg wnfa
-- speech
of late 'wbde
criticized several times
Starke has been
The ol n
sundown. row
descends at
West the pall on a -i
a j yj}, because of the dearth of flags along Call Street on "o- ; pier> |
w East Coast resort towns once scintillating at night steamboat t\i
national holidays Say the critics: Since Starke like a string of diamonds In the sun, Is blotted ndBetsy ROB7

,,' P; 'a : i V a ha.i/ been particularly bleed" by the Government. from the sea view when night falls fftS Sfcr

J/f i 9 the least we can do Is to show a little patriotism In the midst of these precautions bringing 4r. That's what the ir

., if r at the proper time. home a greater consciousness of the nearness of like search historians ofYt Yt/;,
And now cornea Flag Day-June 14. Although to have ,
officials repeatedlywarn I
war. Army and government take
;1r > it falls on Sunday this year, It la hoped that Call that the bombing of the East and Weft the traditional a special deSgbTS tales i in

+a, r4 c Street will have more red, white and blue on display Inevitable school child
almost has
( Coast of the United States Is accepted
f.'I'I +h than wall the case on this day last!: year. And yet Starke, only seven miles from Camp Blan- fact.
.r the Continental Congress 165 But In spite of the evdJ
Authorized by ,
yv I' ding and In one of the four Florida "danger zones may uncover ofT!
years ago this June 14, our flag tells a thrilling most ,
vLf has never had a practice blackout. It Is extremely give up these favorite I
) i(14!( to all: The red stripes proclaim the steady bib
.1. I story doubtful if a dozen citizens would know the air tory-the parts we rem
which the and women of thin nation -without a
I courage men raid signal !If they heard It, much less how to struggle.
: have displayed In building these United State FLAG
{ behave In such an emergency. wY Betsy
The white stripes represent liberty and purityt ,
r Starke Id: near enough to military objectives Flag day Itself, wild ,
t' t marking (the American flag as a sure sign of per- brate on June 14
that a. few bombs would accidentally fall In our Is not B
.;e jJ i 1 local and religious freedom. Loyalty lit represented versary of the completu]
midst, If the were not definitely aim-
even enemy
ed by the blue field. The white stars tell the flag by Betsy Ross but iJ
+ Ing at us If and when this time arrives, the versary ot its auUiorizaHoii
story of the forty-eight sovereign states that have national
tragedy will be even greater If our preparedness emblem.
entered the union. Taken altogether these comp The story is that
Is found to be "too little and too late." the
f1i'r + () lte parts present an Inspiring Might-one that Is made by Betsy Ross from!

guaranteed to make every loyal American willingto supplied by George Waihtel I

do and die for his country. DON'T WAIT FOR SOMEONE: TO DRIVE BAND IELAG Dr\9 that June she 1778 completed-a the belmf bit]
: Altogether, there are twenty definite days adopted. Doubt has bell J
it ; i during the year when the flag of the nation should ., IT IS lOl'R DUTY TO VOTE: IN THIS \\ the authenticity of thisi

'1i$ be displayed. If we observe only nineteen of them, SCHOOL BOND ELECTION AS MfCH: AS IT IS I Q42 JeO \ cause that the several first localities flag K.
we are doing lew. than we should as patriotic TOUR NEIGHBOR'S.; % them. And it U
l \\ true that it
citizens. F. y4 Ross story wasn't given tcj
144 r tuition until 94
r Don't Think We're Too Good was supposed to years have after bw t

1870 William
Newspaper headlines during the past ten days Canbr.
SCHOOL ItONU ELECTION: NEXT: Tl'ESIHY!' ton of Betsy Ross, gotibi
have given the Allies plenty of cause for rejoicing. FLAG DAY JUNE 14
MAKE IT YOUR Ht'HI.NKSH: : TO REMIND: YOtlt-: into our history books bin
k 1 The devastating raids on German Industrial centers r paper before the Histoiiil
; the rout of the Japanese fleet off Midway of Pennsylvania in whlctl
rLXrc'4.How's: : Island and the British victories 1 n Libya have Do You Know How To Display The Colors? that his grandmother, ii,
was 84 and he
,tl j c t ,Fbt was 11, told:
given the front pages a definite rosy hue. story of George Washin
:r Your fleapit But In spite of this brighter picture the plain i to her flag-makhg ei '
and of the ensuing result
i 4 i J!; t A perodic health examination may add years truth remains that-unless the completely unex- Maybe he had the tat

))4l1 to your life. Through the recognition of physical" pected occurs-we have barely started our war and maybe he didn't, hit I

X11 l i changes at the earliest possible moment the progress effort. Maps of the world tell the whole sorry Ross didn't make the ant i

t t; of menacing degeneration and Infection maybe story. Japanese dominance In the South Pacific Is brae ,. body knows who did-MI
as well keep on giving !
t,( i topped, and a suitable plan of living devised still complete. China Is in extreme danger and credit. _

y t to maintain continuous!! health. That Invaluable IJtirmu has been lost. British Asiatic forces have i STAllS ,"" .

Ay 4a w'b advice Is given In a recent editorial' In Hygela. fought bravely, but have been constantly over- u iII Although the first stands

p Too of whelmed and forced to retreat. The complete loss with 13 stripes and 13 n
{ many us never go near the doctor unless II 1
of the has released crack authorized on June
i 1 we suffer definite Illness. Well go on feeling"poorly" Phllllplnea Jap divisions 14.117TJ
for service elsewhere. In Hitler not until 1795 that congress|
Europe, Is still
for weeks and months end even years. a law officially making tt
During those weeks and months and years disease supreme. The Russians have performed wondersin and stripes our national t

,, fi may progress to the point where even modern holding back the Nazi legIons, but the fact remains That was six years after!tel

J :p medical science can't check It. that much Russia territory is still In Hit tutlon was written and f

,Js'' Medical authorities recommend that complete ler's hands, and It's a long way from the fightinglines -1 dent.Washinaton The act had, as been final I i

S bf ; physical examinations be taken to the German border. included itinlimtead
every year, and III. I II by Congress
twice. each year after we pass middle age. Those There is no cause for over-gloomy pessimismin !! 'c II of Uie original' ) rand

,,; examinations should cover the entire physical system all this. The Axis was ready for war and the I I "That read from: and after May I I

F'' -lungs, heart, blood, the Intestinal tract teeth United Nations were not, and serious reverses I II the flag: of the United SUttf

feet etc. In addition to the physical tests, the were Inevitable. At the same time however we stripes alternate red and|

i : doctor will Inquire Into hablu Of sleep, rest, out- mu'it not make the fatal mistake of thinking that I and that the Union" be !15

: door exercise, diet, and so forth. When that In all Is going perfectly, and that there Is nothing I white Evidently in a blue congress field. 'thou

done, the doctor will be able to write a health much to worry about. with the admission of toil

i 1 i prescription. That prescription may not involve It has been observed, with great Insight, that Kentucky and Vermont !tel
r the taking of medicines. It may, Instead deal exclusively the United Nations won't lose the war unless they I er was states completely applied for tm

k with iiuch matters as rest. work social start thinking they can't lose it! members realized that the;

r'y'! ) adjustments and recreation In any event. It will still be many sddit.oni beil!!

1 probably lengthen life-and make It healthier, hap. Union took permanent
4 pier, fuller. SCHOOL Therefore, in 1818 a new,s
1 BOND ELECTION: NEAT: TUESDAY, JUNE 16.It elastic law was passed.
} eS That from and after v
: day of July next, the ail
; I' THIS / United States be 13 Iao
m', I'I'I';yt: WEEK IN THE WAR stripes alternate red and
( f J that the Union have 20)iiin
l.t;l if\ ffi field That oa
: !, ... (A. summary of Informatlo" on the Important dnplopmpnta ot the e in a blue sUtt
week made available mission of new
;, t hy official .ouree. In the Office of every
:,\ .. < n..port.. W..hlncton. rI C.) Government Union one star be *ttr

I r: PRODUCTION WAR ntCLItEDO.I: ST 10 Axis officials and approximately II Union addition of shall the flag take: and etfed!
U. S, production of planes has \LKANS next auc
a 930 Axis civilians galled Fourth of July

reached the level of "nearly 5,000 The U S. declared war against for Lisbon on the Drottnlngholm.THE admission." .

a month" and by next year we Bulgaria. Hungary and Rumania EAGLE '
4 will have reached the President's The President said the three coun- FORCES Although the Stars and

P goal of 10.00O tries previously declared war on The House passed and sent to constitute our official t-
A month, the Sen the U. S. as Instruments of Hit the Senate a $3 billion supplemental m blem. the symbol of ft* t

ate Appropriations Committee an ler and currently they are en- Naval appropriations bill to eagle has almost as murt!
r nounced. provide /"l' '
x r Army Air Forces Commander gaged In military operations tons of submarines significance.rk
r against the United 500,000 tons of of our eolnl
a Arnold congratulated the Nations and auxiliary 7 9 on one male'
Vega Aircraft Corporation at Bur- are planning to extend those op vessels' $150: million for Aviation ... year that Betsy Ross bal8e d

bank, Calif., on being six month. erations. The Justice Department plant facilities, ana other funds. flag and, 't the was 0II111!

'! ahead of schedule on production. fluid enemy alien restrictions will Chairman Vinson of the House TilE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA- blue town.as In part 1777.of It our na:,

WPB Chairman Nelson after a be applied against nationals of Naval Affairs Committee said approximately IIOW TO RESPECT AND DISPLAY IT Describing Oe.eym....II
tour of the automotive industry the countries In the United 99 more combatantships lance of both the nBIl .I -
!t r In Detroit said the American States Assets of these' countries will be commissioned during Senator Bailey of Noi\'*
Industry I-When flags of states or I When flags of two should d i
could "more than double here have already been frozen. the remainder of 1342. Three -- or be from a staff placed In recently said:

t present production by 1914." He more destroyers were launched. cities or pennants of societies are more nations are displayed together the position of honor at the con "We have two Iymbo till

also sold! the Government synthet FOREIGN RELATIONS: The CAA and the Navy completed flown on the same halyard with they should be flown from gregation's right as they face which represenU sDd i 8

4 ic rubber program would be able The U. S. signed a lend-lease arrangements to train 20,000 the flag of the United States of separate staffs of the same height the clergyman The service flag country,character.its might I IU

to take care of "all war produc- agreement the with China substantially naval reservists as pilots at 600 America, the latter should always and the flags should be of approximately the state flag or other flag ihould its and destiny.its We have.thebol.
tion and essential same as Its aid I to CAA training centers during the be at the peak When of: IJ
civilian needs"by equal size symbol
1 1 Britain and proposed lend-lease coming be at the left of the congregation the me IIf(
1944. year. If Is to
Despite money -
the speaks
the appropriated flown staffs
from adjacent
fact that agreements 5 When the is displayed U in the chancel( the
almost on the !fame! terms. flag or on agtoipoketoustoWnot
twice as many light flag of the United State should III
I are required arms with the Norwegian Belgian, Pol In a manner other than platform the flag'of the United Just of per man since the de ish > be hoisted first and lowered last. -
Greek clnu.Sn conftdeJllf
41 velopment o f parachute and Netherlands gov- rL' by being flown from a staff, it State should be placed on the ourselves of our
troops einments in exile. Lend-lease WPB Materials Director A. I, 2-When displayed with another In our own
the army has enough weapons to Administrator Henderson should be displayed flat, whether cler man'* right as he face the own cause. in sOrrnftdent
Stettlnlus said vital materialscan flag against wall from Is
arm every soldier in the U. S.. said under a Indoors or out. When displayed congregation and the other flag eagle serene ence <1'a
Joint no be
: and all It control of the combined used except for crossed staffs, the Flag of the In "
1 can send
t abroad unJer boards either horizontally or vertically at his left8When enemies.
in London and maintenance o f those of his
present Washington United States should be on the
shipping conditions, War the things against a wall the union should With aviation row la1 rjj
Under resources of the United necessary to the war be- the flag I I. displayed
Secretary Patterson right (the flag's own right), and part In *3t-10
i ported. He said over-optimlam re- Nations are now in effect, one big cause from now on "it will be a its staff should be In front of be uppermost and to the flag's from a staff projecting horizon- the major eagle seems tD 5P
regarding pool with each nation continuous problem to own right, that is to the : II
contribute provide observer' strengJ1
production schedules the staff of the other flag tally or at an angle from the ever for the %,s
I 1:1
: materials.
lag to the
to /flag
extent meet
permitted by its the needs of left.6Whenever. it I Is the
unwarranted however window sill front of III
because of 3 When used or
resources and our fighting forces." The on a speaker'splatform. which WW
I military WPB '
rubber, nlckle and' copper short.1I Reciprocal air from nations position.receiving said preferred applicants for new whether Isdoors or out, a number of 'a building the union of the flag The stars eagle represent our"

S age.; supplies from the U. S.. is telephones cannot obtain service the flag should never be reducedto flags of states or cities or pennants should go to the peak of the staff our Beall vlew Itandl'

t k A record total of :58 ships were : providing material for American unless they Drove the service isrrsentlal the role of a mere decorationby of societies are to be arranged (unless the flag U to be displayedat the flag iahunlbJRationing I It !!
delivered Into service during May troops abroad without to the in a and displayedfrom half-staff which we are
I dollar pay- discharge of th lr being tied into knots or group ).
i'' e bile and 65 keels other ships were launched menu, he said The Agricultural responsibility for public heaith. draped over the stand. For this staffs with the flag of the 9-Whenever the flag of the Board
were laid for 73.: Department r e p o rted 5 billion welfare or security. The Board United States the latter should
the Maritime Commission pounds of l Issued purpose bunting should be used. United State Is carried In a procession -
farm an
report products relieving from AssistantsOemprey
were de- re- be placed at the center of that Picks
y1J ed. This The flag if displayed should be in
compared with 36 delivered Ilvered to United Nations Btrlctlons lumber deliveries for company with other
t and SI representatives either a staff or secured to the group and on a staff slightly :**!
launched in April. between April 1941 and more than 100,000 of the most essential on flags; It should occupy a position) Sapp, for
d The President asked Congress for May. 1, 1942 housing units now under wall or back curtain behind the higher than any of the others. in front of the center of the line Clerk of tbt'
an appropriation of $1,100,000.000 The American Red Cross said construction. The FHA authorized speaker with the onion to the 7-When the Bag Is displayed of flags or on the right of the office appoill

for the WSA to acquire and operate it has aided almost 750.000: war Its field: : offices to begin insuring sae's rlirht. in the body of the church it marc:blJllr line. Court. has been Bot:
merchant vessel'! to carry victims In the Middle East and to the extent of $500.000- tary of the Ratlonlnl
1r American anna distributed 000 loans of private lending In the East about the first VlmberIY, t rflltrl1
more than $2 million Insti weekof sued to some motorists. !'I L. M.
S booki'
b : u agencies asked labor- tutions for to turn Brsdf
worth of relief material there construction of hous July Supplementary B books for collected coupons when employe of the
J fit management committee In 800 largely purchased with ing for war workers. trucks and buses, good for a purchasing new stoclcs. The OPA Co"0"T
U. S. with Defense
Got- four
an additional 16 o
war production coupons will period
plant to cover released the
keep ernment allocated Just about J clerk of
I I fundj. The ,000 bicycle to pointed
American workmen fit and State RATIONING be Issued to motorists who prove enough fuel for Lie mileage: al- war production Civil ser1il'
] said 193 plant qualified to will be under
g per- All lowed in
healthy because sick and Injured sons Including motorists will receive a need for extra rations providing forthcoming ODT regula buy them for
many U. S. citi book transportation of lions.
} tions.
war production workers are now containing a year's base Motorcyclist will receive workero '. C
who they the
seas have
tx are members
of I.mlnlstrator. Is
t + car
enawalting passage supply of pooL D books Joe Wilson
causing a loss of 6,000,000 work In Sweden coupons under the No unlimited good for 40 percent as F
f:fs days every month. J York on the S. 'arrived in New new permanent gasoline rationing granted privileges will be much gasoline as A books Under whiletlonA
I S. Crlpsholm. and system which will be established ,I any one, but C book the new system service STENOGRAPHERS NOTE Chairman of the tJII
containing 96 coupons will be ls- and distributors' will be required stations COUNTY PADS Uo *<*_ BUADFORD Their office ls In

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) ( ROUND LAWTEWith Y Going to Town I, Oil Up Their- 'Ty Powritersa 1 Fighting Family I f

F. R. CarradinetIETHi)4ST I A Smith son-in-law of Lacy 1

\\II"n i of stnrke, a veteran of the

Sp.mlsli Ameiicnn war has three
, ) CHUKCII; IwUVTKY: PLATFORM: I :\I.S'OliTlUlu'n: : ion m different branches of the
,', 1I.lllar.l. HUMS: WITH ACTIVITYIf
nccrl' rr TO AIR lUlU S1MTKM: IK"/ ing force of the United Na-
Sr I I 10 you should hear a humming We Intend to list weekly the ,
y vices as the nm 'in the presentvorKI struggle -
''Iarn.ng, round white I passing 1 through names of donors and amounts donated -
Family will be at Sergeant Pilot J. L. Smiths
Lavjtey you will discover
IIna 11& upon towards our defense effort
Le t Lakeland. Regular investigation, that the bean belt for Lawtey. Funds collected wile tT t with the R. A. F. "somewhere

V tt Wield on Sunday, is in full swing. Fordhook lima be used to purchase Air raid 6 4", hb'1' 3 I Ir 'it England" and has been in the ,

,bean season was officially opened alarm system equip the first aid 4 service for more than a year. Cor- ,

4uW oinkins! young Monday morning with approxi- station, build I an observation poral Eugene; E. Smith If! at Key t
r 'of bD[ and Mrs. P. I* mately SOO hampers being graded. tower for the purpose of reporting VVeHtwIth the Coast Artillery He
h for Jacksonville last Prices were steady at $2.50 for planes pausing over and to has also been In the service for i
refsa/extended visit with good beans. George Shuford maintain the entire effort:: over II yearTuesday i)

n M7,, W E. Parks. While graded 206 hampers of fancy Ann Lumber Company, building ax Mr Smith hold a letterfrom
d Dlnklns will attend thee beans which brought U. O. The materials 114.12. his third aon-Sgt. Harold
of )[1'. and Mrs. Parks'taw quality Is good and with a lessening Florida Power & Light Co. E. Smith ,who is with the Field I

I', Frances Parks. of rain, will be extra four poles and erection of same I w R Artillery. In thin letter Sergeant
of Jack. fancy within a few dayp. The Little "Runalnr Deer" of Alber- '
and Joe Shuford W. Hal Edwards, building material toy ? 1ar5 Smith said: "I am safe and sound
u spent Thursday and Fri. acreage while short, baa an ex- and cash $:)..00..J. la's Stony Indian tribe, cor to town In best of shape. We are now
their re- cellent of beans the Indian style, on the bark of hi* a'\
week with crop on bush L. In New Zealand a long way from
lut, Harrell SO lbs nails and mother. Opening of the Alaska high '
oaienls Mr and Mrs. M. ,and there is enough moisture In cash, 5500.: ( way through Alberta will bring an i {d I 'W ,q dear old Florida. It won't be I,
and Mr and Mrs. J. the ground to make this season a International warpath to the tepees long until will be brIck at home.
mer Earl
Edwardacash ____ $5.00L. :
success from a
standpoint of of the That
Stonys. wait the first word Mr.
u "rd. In In yield. John Shuford Is H. Hill, cash __________ $$.00 I'
Bilderbach as busyas Smith had had from Harold since
J. H. vlsitttlve the famed cat H. C. Kelley cash ________ $5.00L. : Johnny Doughboy may have found a rose In Ireland but thee boys r
several days looking after March 11 when he received letter
ilile for Dogs Enlist arrn' Interested In horticulture. What .. a -
H. Futch cash ________ $500 they want t find In an Axis I'
the comfort
Is of
Bilderbach his graders. John to dateU. March 1,
Mr target shoot at with the postmarkedNew J
O. W. tommy guns they are oiling at an base
Roberts, cimh ______ $:).00 army
L wlA 'the contractorjcting knows his business and famers In North Ireland. Pvt. Marshall E. Mobley of Austin Te.s.. I* at left York City. The Smiths are 9 1;
Plummer _
the new school build- will do well to have their beans Billy cash ___ $5 00 and Corp. Jose M. Cumberlede. of Wayncnburc. I..., at right from GalneHVille.ix !
: graded at Lawtey. There are I :Mrs! G. W Brown, cash __ $1.00F.
Stalke R. Carradine, cash ____ $5.00 f''flTI'r foiirr. niiiiKnnn
J nd Mrs Leon A. Bellot ofTcity many cases where home graded I J. M. K Florida State Farm News ioi Mrt. Ki.oiuit\i tt'II.t IV- j
located In beans have cost the grower as Reddish, cash ______ $$.()O < KMf.:
are now much SOc Joe Peele. cash __________ $:;.00 -_.._ \ .. A. I'tivornnii, Plalnllff' vac
Mi, Bellot Is employed as per package. It paysto Other ---- -- -- t.lllh1knru'n.k.u: l'ov.Tonio, l).. f f"It.
z Btandlng in the capacity bring your beans to the Law. donations are coming In I Ity E. it. Iwtnlrrblh4t4 COMMI'MTY: : SOCIU fftlltlunt.. .*.HrH No. 2014
n but did '
not reach us In time for -----1 WHICH! nt'. | IM'IIMrATIONAM '
f residing with tey platform and have them ,,' '
'er, and are thin weeks tt.VrilKKI.Nti'; > N. .: "0 Ak'fKAH:
i Blot's brother and slster-in- graded. You will find a ready newa. They will be i oI'fItlSUF"J.J.O\V: HTATW: CI"I.lItIl'A! tn. !Mrs..
listed next week. K.MKKT.XINK1)In : ; I Farm folks again enjoyed a'' Rill: a tit SkurulmkitH I'ovvromn Num-
Bellot. market. From
T Mrs Albert a standpoint of
and I l.rr .Mi2: Twin link noun, tat.; v( !
. come these folks to Law- quality and price, it Is an Irrefutable Lt. and Mra. C. C. Carlisle and celebration of Miss! Margaret 1 gathering at (lie community build1 lltrilt, lTnliii. NVw .tnrn, .". :
ling: Friday night;\ with delicious You m- required| to upprur on
fact that Lawtey Is the small daughter left Lift week for Strlngfellow's blrllulay. Miss Lor- Juno, t I7tli.94i. In .tics nl unnrncil'
liraiguret Davidson, young produce center o f Bradford I i ice-cream served by the hostexsrii. I(',,"It unit t'uuNe. xvhitiplit itliilntlffrvkn
L. Mrs. J. G.L I Dallas, where they will spend Lt ene Moncrlef nurprlnPd, her witha I Mr. A.V, hates Mrw J. 11. .1 ihvoirp Ilrmtfoiil 4'nnnty
and County. .
Mr I .
of I I I'l-li-Kinpli Klinll iMilillnh thl OultirIn '
has returned to Law- Carlisle's fui'lough. Accompany r, party, at the Community Itulld- I Moncrlef unit Mrt Frazier Shaw i I II n.*xt four weakly INHIIPH.Vltiimtt .
n. F. S. W. C. ing them Is Mrs Carlisle's ling Thursday\ night, June 4. Following I II \ ,acv !hued: unit offl'Ial! neat
b four years of RULED INDEX C.\RD5-ihS: + I Miss Elizabeth Cox left Sunday HI Htitrk, h'Iul'Idu.. thin May HOIh f'
several hours of
We understand that mother, Mrs. Jennie Dosser of I fLleut. dancing 1942(1r9'IrICTAI.
1'ier cookies. and afternoon for Jacksonville' to het! ( SRAI.:: ) A. J Tliomnx.An .
SI per BRADFORD COUNTY punch "'r'e'Iel'ved' lo
I Taylor, Texas. They will motor I I :
(jivldt-on will accept em- TKLKGKAPH.GRAHAM. through. the gutals. The honor guest was I the guest of her aunt and uncle. I'lvik. of nuld''ourt.; n-32:: U 6-11

r L t at Blanding. the recipient of lovely gifts bt.'. and :Mrc. Vance Gelger for I I'
I two week,

If!i to vote nr\t Tuesday. Milford Griffis Itlt11/4l; : ('I.t'nWcelnesduy Friends here sympathize with
n..nd. th'l'flon-June: l 16. Ity Mrt. L. C. Smith Dies Gen. Delos Immon4 In afternoon Mrs. Joe Mr. and MM. K.: A. Griffis who I II

SuddenlyIn shown with Quentor a valuable pedigreed Hembree was hostess at her home were called lo their home at Pine ..--.
Mrs. E. Strickland has returned blue ribbon winner that was Grove last week because of the ." ,
from a hospital In Jacksonvilleand the early morning hours of donated to him for the defense of entertaining the Farm Bridge dent of Mr. Gi Iff!*' sister. Miss! I : ,:
IF FIe EPPLIES Is now at nome progressing June 5, the family and friends of Hawaii by II. K. Castle, a Honolulu I Club. At this meeting the club Julia GI fflti. :r iOsfrsq
nicely. Milford, Griffis sustained a great banker. Military authorities have membera gave Mrs. J. C. Wallacea Mr. unit Airs. F C Scott spent I .
appealed to dog owners to enlist
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graven and loss in his sudden death. He was their pets for service with the prayer book as a token of their several days during the past week /

daughter, Shirley returned to 29 of the son of Mrs. armed forcea. These dog will be (good wishes upon her departurelor lit Jacksonville H hop ping and i
their home a t Daytona Beach years age given special training. her home In Jacksonville for visiting friends
Wednesday, after spending several I Lois Grlffla and the late C. C. the duration. Mrs Hembree Mr and Mrs R. H. Cox and 1 : ''i

days at the bedside of Mr. Graven' Griffis. nerved. Coca-Cola during I the Mrs. Knlce nrscJ haw were shop : I'
, lather, J. A. Graves. It has been the pleasure of the Sigman May Leave frames and Icecl'eamlnd cake at ping In Unlnepvllle last. t Tuesday. ,

I Rev. L. G. Hemmlngway filled writer to have known this young To Teach PilotsD. the conclusion. Mrs. P. I). Fan- Walter Itrmlbury. of Macon, Gil., 'L' ,
-. a his regular appointment at the man for 22 years. He possesseda clier won high prize and Mrs. K. and Jack High lower. o f South I
congenial character and C Scott cut for the Jacksonville left for their
Baptist Church Sunday.. very I. Sigman, for the past 20 luckily con- respective
Mrs. Carlton I Davis and daughter was well liked by all who knew years with the Slate Hoard of Holation. The club members en- homes Monday June 8, after

Betty Ann, were visiting In him. "BuRter" will b e greatly Health and for the past year joyed being with Mr. Hembree'a visiting Garland) Godwin In the -- ::' -
Starke Friday missed in the hearts of his family Sanitary Inspector for the local guests!, her mother and, sisters home of his parent. Mr. and MI-H. : -

We are sorry to report that and frlenda. All of his Interests Health Unit, become a civ- Mrs. J. F. Williams, Miss Dorothy J. O. Godwin. .
Mrs. H. D. Wasdln, who has beenon were centered around ilian Instructor may of army pilots Williams from Trenton', Mrs. C Miss Mary Jo Caldwell, has returned BY LEAPS AND BOUNDSRumford

Your Convenience the sick list lor months, is no plans to provide for his widowed Dr. M. J. Ford Director of the W. Norton Jr., and Hon, Charlei, home after visiting' her i i /,
better. mother and younger brother. I of Tallahassee. mint and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. !I. mining new 1I.n. Good !
Health Unit stated Tuesday. He lh.l, rt i
eooki know Rumfuiil jumps r | -
Bradford County Among those from out of town Buster was a very quiet young has been taking a civilian! training J. R. Kite Is spending hU vacation Lawrence Mack of Mlcanopy for radon. fur f..ih."". Am,,,r.ln.4 .k...
attending the funeral of J. A. man, and to the writer's course for the past 30 days the PIIHI two weeks. I Contain: inrplln.n.muuni.. of calcium it
'graphs Ever In- Graves here Tuesday afternoonwere edge,.wan a believer In knOW1-\\ at the Gainesville air port under and. other In TennoHHt-e relatives with his mother Of Interest to his friends here and phonphorul. fHIIPI! N.w .....rt... I '1

: Mr. and Mrs. Willard Resides his mother, he leaves to the sponsorship of the Civil Aeronautics la the news Just received that J.'IIIII'e r ..y/y. .r' I \i L
I the guest of Minis Mary J Warren c'hryenne, Wyoming In Kumlurd' Rhoda l.l.oJ.' ;
M Supplies, 'Here Linnle Holland and Mrs. J. "W. Nelson and Merrill Griffin and take the final tent Tuesday: Dr. I I 1 t
Caldwell (this week :
I Division
Smith, of Windermere; Mr 'and: two sisters Mrs R. K. Hornsbyand Ford mated, and "If he passes, I I the Qu.irteimantel .. .. .
Some of The -- -- --
Manyis Mrs. Bobby Snrrency, Tampa; Mrs. Winslow\;: Johnson, be- will have to get another Sanitary

,Vow Carried: Mrs. Alva Abernathy and son, sides other relatives and a host Inspector." I

Eugene of Jacksonville; Mr. and of frlendH. It Is understood. that several I

:Mrs. 0 d e 11 Abernathy, Tampa; Funeral arrangements were in years ago Mr. Sin man owned an

ding Machine Paper Mrs. Charlie Graves and children, charge of DeWItt C. Jones and I airplane and was his own pilot, "
Stella and Jim, of Tifton, the services were conducted by and there Is very little doubt that
Carbon Paper and Owen Dyal of Ga.l the Rev. L. A Donneley. Inter- he will pass the examination.

lila Clasp EnvelopesPay IN MKMOKIAM:: ment was !In Kingsley Lake Ceme- Important NewsFOR {,1 I

M. P. Gels AWOL NegroPolice
Envelopes In loving memory of our hUSband tery.Pall
bearero were: T. N. Ballard -
and father, L. C. Smith,
Folders Gem Clips who went to his reward June 13, J. B. Prevail, R. L. Lee, S. Chief i A. L. Alvarez

uled 1940-Mrs. L. C. Smith and fam- K. Spark. L. T. Lindsey and A. vouches for the following tory: LOVERS OF GOOD BEER
Index Cards ily. L. Sloniker. -A Friend. Shortly after midnight last Friday i

(Pints & Quarts) -- tIt down in the negro quarters a Q
to in the C.UID OF THANKS negro soldier began shooting at a
U vote
your duty Now You Can SAVE MONEY
thes: :Marking\ Outfitsled M.
School Bond Election Tuesday, negro M. P. Later on the 1'.1 S e .
We wish to express our sincere ,
from the
Legal Note Pads June 16.Our. thanks for the many expressions got white re-inforceremntB M. P.'s and the City police; and .SAVE VITAL I

Manuscript Covers of sympathy from friends for the force, but they failed to catch Help MATERIALSa
Job Is to Save beautiful flowers and the lovely their man.Saturday. I "
limeograph Stencils choir.--Mrt'\ Lois Griffin and family. morning a white M.

Mimeograph Paper DollarsBuy P. off duty and without a gun BOTTLE CAPS
the 'soldier on
recognized negro

Mimeograph Ink n A. E. McKinney Jr.. spent the the street near the interaction of HAVE BEEN RATIONED We at the JAX Dre.wingComrany r rare

Onion Skin Paper War Bonds week-end In Ocala with his wife Call and Cherry, started after going all-out for Victory. Some of

Pencils i l Every Pay Day who Marion Is supervisor County. of the FSA in pulled him. out The ills negro gun, but soldier kept again run- I Ask for theJAX the metal we've formerly uccJ in t

Pencil I ning the other way The Chief bottle caps for the famous Drink of

Sharpenersplicate I ************************************************** said he took his Kim out so he BEERJUMBO Friendship it now. needed by Uncle J
The M. P., with 9
[ Receipt Books could run Jeter Sam Dut we're going to try to help

Rubber Bands 1 Ogl>cial 'JI..s. 74eas4t4V out a gun ran down and caughtthe you !get all/ the JAX you want )/ J
and sent him to Camp
negro, ,
if you'll/ do t//
pads Scotch Tape : FLORIDA : Blandlng. It U understood that your part I

StaplingIachlnes:\ t he had been A. VV. O. L.. Tike advanliie ol the S viagt ".
i t .
: !
Rubber Stamps KESOKJTIONSAdoptml .a full QUART Offered III the Quart Size. Ask "' I' f

wjrapher Note Pads : FOR JUNE :* I On A. The M. Darby Death Of :Mrs. for JAX JUM 80 -. fall quirt

ypewriter Ribbons .*................................................ WHEREAS The angel whom : size boitie. / 4

D. C. June 1.-Henry Morgenthau, Jr., men call "Death ha*' visited our
Shipping Tags the Treasury today made known June War Chapter and called to the larger This way there'll be plenty of smooth, mellow JAX ,
of ,
:Metal\ Rim Tags Bond Secretary for the 3,070 counties in the nation to all State life above the sweet spirit of Mm. Beer to go around. If you're planning a party, order j f
quotas Ida Lee Darby; the JAX JUMBO. If you're in one of the friendly
K. Paper and County War Savings Staffs. Whereas Dy her death the W. I
Fastenerssco of Florida is $7,863,800.The taverns where JAX i is served, ask for JAX
The June quota for the State T. Weeks Chapter, United Daughters -
[ Paper FastenersCard based upon a substantial increase of the Confederacy has lout JUMBO for your group. This way you'll be lure

File Indexes May county quotas quotas are expected to reach ten per cent of income a valued member; and that an of getting JAX when you ak for it andyou'll y't r, M"YrM
over W. Week metal r .
billion-dollar-a-month.Wai- Chaplain for the T. help conserve too. il.
Card when the nation goes on a
Trays cost. "Everybody, Chapter we will long remember
Paper Bond basis in July to help meet" is'the the war battle cry throughoutthe her fervent prayers *o full of Best of ill, Tots Cm Save Mosey by Asking
perhandy Clips every pay day, ten per cent trust and faith, and that we
| Board Arch Boards country. You can buy War Bonds at your Bank Building cherIsh her memory and will ever for JAX JUMBO a ill( quirt size bottle.

Association Post Office and at many departmentstores. the example of
& Loan keep before UII
panding paper Files her faith and goof: works. It is Remember this. you get the tame fine flavor, vv ....
the fine quality more for less!
useful and
Metal Files Quotas by counties are: unthinkable that o rNaEER J
ia '- purposeful life should end with We believe if you'll JAX JUMBOyou'll
Ink Wire Lee $57.400; Leon $153,400; Levy try
Trays Alachua. $110,500. the ceasing of mortal breath.
$1.700. like this economical convenient
Bradford $18,100;
Marvel Baker. $2,000; Bay $71,900; : Manatee $88. There Is no death!
Punches Brevard, $47,200.. Madison to buy bar
$23,400: is transition.
400; Marlon. $ .900; Martin, $15-: What seems to,
match Pad Holders Broward $$3.600 8.2oo. Charlotte, $8,000; 300: Monroe. 41900. This life of mortal breath

Eraser Stick Files Citrus Calhoun, $9,300; Clay.; $8.500: ; Collier, Nassau $29.600.Okalooia, $12.400. ; Okeechobee. la but a suburb of the life Elysian MOTE TO SL06AREERSThe -

Ring Binders $2.500 Dade.: ; Columbia$1.746.900;27900.De Soto. $11.900; $2.400; Orange, $322,900; Oiceola. Whose. portals we call Death." contest series will be continued nest r

Dixie. $11,800; Duval. 1303500. $20 Palm.TOO. Beach $331.500; Pasco $13- Be It Resolved Therefore that week. Winner for week ending May 29.

Eicambia 264600. 800; Pinellas, $700,600; Polk. $280.- we extend our sympathy to the
Flafler' $1,300; Franklin. 16700.$3.500; 100; Putnam, 48600. bereaved family, and as a fitting "Change the AXIS to AXWAS-BuyBond
Gadsden. $29,800; Gilchrist 00. St. Johns. $152.300; St. Lucle I xprewion of our loss we will set ,. i,

Glades 1.100; Gull Hardee$8. : $33.100; Santa Boia. $8.800: Sara- aside a page In her memory In by Mr. C. C Garrett 1437 Pearl St.. Jackson
Hamilton ; $$122.300 Seminole $51,800;
$9.100 Hernando, $ ; iota. : 'our permanent records, and will ci ville. Final advertisement in the contest i.i
COUNTY $32.COO: H.llsborougn, Sumter, 10.100 14900.; Suwannee $7,600. also have same published In the sineJuleJ for week of June 28. / i i r.r r
Holmes 17800. 55.200.Volusaa Bradford County Telegraph. 5
Indian River. $21.300. $18- Union. $217.200. Carrie Amelia Ray, :or, JAX BBEtflMG COMPARTJuksoivillt u s o .
Jackson. $32.000; Jeffenon Wakulla. $2.400; Walton $14,400; Chairman FIrU
Phone Lola Edwards Adklns, :wiri
29 12900. .
100.Lafayette :9:500: ,
IW OO Lake, $ : :
$ :
V S. Trtfnrj Dtftrlmtni Gertrude D. Bea.ley.l



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11: j ii1i SOCIETY and CLUBS Members Wedding Party Arrive Here J lonelyhearts Funnyforyorthe a runnln' chance took. .- Rustic Style The tee pointed to fOllowing,nominal to ,t,,"mrnllee,hnlller! ;,-n Oft

soldier an' draft
when a husky '
place <
Mrs. R. A. Weeks has returnedto the death of MJ 801who >
nice on
his wife moved into a apt. A
'L ij Miss Dempsey Birthday Party Old Barn Dance her home In Jlelrose after \v. Madison St., but unhappily wan chaplain ,, ? "

; : Becomes Uride For Hill VanSickelIn At USO No. 1 .spending three weeks in Raleigh. appropriated a pink little baby !.421: ,. 4 Ization: Miss Amen 'be R' .W"Li- A. Z. ,
Of Sergeant Doyel honor of the fourth birthday Is Rollicking SuccessThe N. C., with her daughter, Miss mouse When the landlord '- ley. Adklns IDc'. \I i, "I.) ',1

t 'em a trap to catch the intruder -
; of her son, Bill, Mrs. Mignon Sluson. She was accompanied gave _
anniversary 1
MItt :Mary Loulfte Dempsey ole Barn Dance was an- heap big warrior was Mrs. Bigg rend

daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dale VarfSlckle entertained a other gay affair at the USO on home by Miss Sisnon and afraid to set same for fear of fence work an,1,. naM planl, 'tor

t 4 number of his young friends at a Wednesday evening, June 10. The Miss Ann Harvey and Miss Dorothy hurt In' a finger The timid was preparing tbat

1' f' Dempney of Starke Became the delightful party Saturday after- boys from Camp BlandIng and the, Dorpey, also of Raleigh, who mouse made a dash across the ,...., which will be alIorl it'n' of ,
Brice ti. Doyel, _ 'e
brida of >
Sgt. -
W J. -
4 noon at the home of Mr will be maids In :MIss Sis- departed ters In 1Ie&d.
t 'i1 girls from Starke, Crescent City bride's room for safety an' our hero Jacksonville
1 Army Air Corp, Hendrlcka Field, :
: Sr
Epperson, dt,
and Gainesville gathered for an son's wedding Saturday night for a hotel with his wife donation wa ,
r Scbrlng In a beautiful ceremony The house was decorated with made by
; performed In the,Scoring Baptist evening of fun and entertainment.The Miss Jean Barbour, who will be weepln' on his shoulder members The local flefn
bowls roses attractively
1. Church on Sunday June 7, by the the rooms. girls were dressed in colorful junior b rid e 's maid, and her Quoth the maid: "Wonder what ter with I headquane

4 Rev. H. W. Tucker 'pantor. In the throughout Bill and his guests enjoye"play- plaids, ginghams, and calico. 'mother, Mrs. W. S. Barbour, arrived that man gwina do when he meet American Legion Hall, r,t
The boys were in uniform but In Starke yesterday from wid wunna them III YELLOWrats a donation of
up sheets.
presence of a large, number of Ing on the lawn for a while, after pub ,
relatlveR and frlenda. invited into the with a real 'kerchief around their Raleigh, while Mr. and Mrs. Wm.F. ?" Hear Fielding Chapman blankets, etc to be
which they were necks they became Just country La Morte of Bronxvllle, N. Y., la a major now Mui' be of an air raid. Pans'to ] It
A of pre-nuptlal music room, where ice cream,
1r' dining
program were
lads at a barn dance. The social parents of the bridegroom, will one of the youngest on record, 1 respond to this
was presented before the entranceof cake and punch were served.In call
f 1i hall was appropriately decorated arrive today should think .. < Congrats! Madge Middleton la, IM
the wedding party by Mrs.Brad the center of the lacecoveredtable ,tile
with bales of bay for seat., bamboo For the past several years Miss in charge.
Simmons and Miss Loreane was a bowl of beautiful red
and moss around the wall, an Sisson has conducted a school of Jimmie Brownies writes that he Mrs. L A.
4 Langford. radiance rosea, and at each placea Davl)
old well in the corner, and lanterns dancing In Raleigh. has nothing_to.eat but weiners. an' Jefferson HirtJ (
1 Tall flower baskets filled with pink cup of mints and salted Davis
I and moss overhead. Chickens canned beef, 'cause t n e uoa.aren't showed ,

white and blue garden flowers, nuts was placed. guineas; and a baby calf add- W. S. C. S. To Meet arrtvln' so regularly where After the Interel'Ung map It,
Bill assisted in his
were lifted in. the iron oxip the church was cutting meeting a Journfd
ed a great deal of interest. he's at-(military secret) .
and the altar was covered with b I r t h d ay cake by his grand was a social half hour,
The party started with the The Woman's Society of Christian Pleasant surprise of the week: this time S I:
Interlaced wltb blue and mother, Mrs. Epperson and woven Mrs BessIe ,
Grand Promenade, and the Virginia Service of the Methodist Bumpin' into Ruth an' Jack Scan- ginger ale ,
white flowers. large balloons were cut from the topped with lei
ip chandelier! and given to his guests. Reel and American Circle church will meet Monday afternoon Ian, here for the first time since : also cookies.

I, The bride was lovely In a navy Seated at the birthday table were greatly enjoyed at Intervals at 3:30: at the church. Pro- las' fall Hear Jack plans to

; blue tailored crepe ault, with with the young host were: Lorena between social dancing gram and business meeting volunteer nex' week Happy I

white accessories. She was given VanSickel of Gainesville, Madge The novelty of the evening was Miss Kate Struth, manager of coincidence: Ruth arrlvln' jus' in I
i In marriage by her uncle, Ralph
Brownlee, Mary Sue Epperson, hay riding. Two wagons and the Cradle Roll department, requests time to play matron-of-honor for

-.' 1f Scarborough. Burge Searing, Mantle Mulchings mules were in constant use aa all mothers who have little her good friend Mignon Sisson _ FARMERS

,; Miss Ida Sue Mitchell, muld-of- and Mary Ella Turner. couples went for a gay ride children who are members of the Joe Wallace (State Farm) ,

honor, wore an afternoon dress of Other guests were Mrs. Tal- around the block. .Cradle Roll, to bring or send their now with the Army at Ft. War- If you 'are on the committee to Make

navy blue, with a corsage of Gerber madge Van Sickel of Gainesville, For refreshments! Mr. Wear, In offering to her. ren, Cheyenne, Wyo. diaries entertain soldIers on furlough, you: every mari
dalHlcR In pastel shades. Pender (Marine Corps) arrives will very likely be tripping the light
Mrs. Sam Bryant, Mrs. Gene the dress of Ole MacDonald, Invited -
Sgt. Doyel had as his bent man Richman of Texas, Miss Louise out Into the back home on furlough around the fantastic. The newest party, frocks day BOND DAY
everyone ;
; k Sgt. James Messer, also of Hen White of Plant City Mrs. Earl 'yard where tables were covered by the Platoon No. 1 of GSO of 24th I have a simple and rustic manner,
which Miss Margaret Deyorio is perfect for "barn-dances" and other
drlcka Field. Sparing, Mr. W. J. Epperson, Jr., with watermelons. These 01
were lieutenant. She was assisted by informal fettings. The dress pictured F. our 5ghtk5
it Miss Dempney l la a graduate of and Mrs. George Anderson. sliced and eaten in true southern Sudden Shook: Seeln' a soldieron Pi. for
Misses Isobel our
: Thompson, Irene above uses a quaint cotton country'l'ture '
the of Call & Walnut-
Branford High I School In Su- Bill received many lovely gifts, corner
and for
style.The Matthews, Eloise Dees and other dead\ print with a bright yellow background : freed
wannee and was chosen queen of for which he thanked his friends. a ringer for the slim,
Barn we
was planned members : must
of the Platoon. blonde-haired, saboteurIn for the full peasant skirt, meet id
Festival thin-lipped
the Slash Fine Forest in
I Lake City. 'For the past several Mr. Wear Is SpeakerAt "Saboteur" An' all the which is caught up at the front hem' i Bond quota and our county Wj
bow reveal red keep on 4"
line with it red to a
months she has been employed by time I thought he was killed in ; ing it.Pick .
% r the Western Union Telegraph office Ladies Auxiliary Carolyn Callstreet ( that fall from the statue of liberty taffeta petticoat. The bodice Is of

1 1 in Starke. jp'I Attractive addition to colorful: jersey.; And a necklace and up your War Bolt,
-j Mrs. Ellery M. Davis was hostess hair ornament add color. Stamp
'the on your second ,
younger married pet! -MaryKlueppelbere j
ceremony, Sgt. to the Ladies Auxiliary of the in town. right after ,
who jus' receivedher JOg'
and Mrs. Doyel left for a brief
o n Tuesday old
degree from FSWC Hear UI"'"_ ncaawj &IU"" "' your egg, milk,posit,
wedding trip to Miami Beach.
at her
r They will make their home In St. A variety of home summer on flowers Tenth Well, folks Pardon me whileI sentation from home is out to do Richard Thede (Keesler Field, To Members Of U. D, C. stock is or grain. No inm
meat too
Nashville, Tenn., where shake the hay seed outta my just tbe following: Blloxl: : Miss) has been sergeantedWhat imall anise,
Sgt. added to the attractIveness of the hair and warm up on the For Mrs. Klueppelberg vestment I U too large...
poesyto ,
II c Doyel will be stationed as an Instructor living room where the meeting We'll drop them bombs, with important thing
tell you about the "barn dance"at u t I.
in tbe Air Corps. was held. the USO Wednesday night aim so good; More Mall! Mr.. O. L. Beasley was hostessto very tint you still/ !

The highlight of the meetingwas I Little Bo-Peep found dozens of We'll blast a hole where Tokyo Dear Caroline: the W T. Weeks Chapter,

InCormall.arty the address by Robert B. sheepAt stoOd Your last week's column told of United Daughters of the Confed'r V.S.TrnnryBNOTICK

Mlw Abbie Wear; director of USO No. 1, on the barnyard dance at the We'll shoot them shells!, they a local wedding In which the eracy, on Wednesday r _____ ______ ______ ____
Harley and Ml the subject of China. As Mr. USO, have heard before ceremony narrowly averted delay I last week. Roses Queen Ann's I
Madge Whlgbam TO < HK.tITOlJ: )
; k (- Thursday were afternoon joint hostesses Wear spent a number of years In Dim blue lights and moss hung; Just as big, and a million, ore.We'll ,because some laundry failed to lace and Easter lilies were taste'I All persons having claims c4tnands
r when China, his first-hand information low return the bridegroom's fully arranged In the living I against the email' ttl f
they entertained in pants on J.. Darby, ltvnfl.,
honor of Mr. are hrrtiif
j Edgar H. about the country and the< people Bales of hay and sweet bamboo burn their houses and time. Naturally, I was interestedand where the meeting was held. ,I titled and required to tilt Lflaima

Klueppelburg, who hag was most Interesting.In With a guinea hen and' chicken. sink their subs Immediately started an Investigation The president, Mrs. George W. I & In the offlc of thtfj
recently come'' here from Judge of Bradford ,
'41w I to be Tallahassee the absence of the president, too. And whittle their fleet down to In my establishmentto Robert!, conducted the meeting In the fourthoiiKo at County Surkul M

: ) with her husband Mrs. K. Q. Duncan, the meeting But-one of our society ladles fishing tubs.We'll see It we were! the guilty ones. Miss Madge Middleton transactedher i Ida within eight calendar i mtrm

This Informal Coca-Cola party 'was presided over by the vice was in for a shock I did not stop to think that it duties as secretary and Mrs 't Ion ot the this date notice or the tint or Ibi POI L

wa. 'given from five to nix at president, Mlxa Luclle Mitchell. Some dear little Texans thought use cold steel and run HAD to be my plant since those I. B. Cody looked after the finances 1 will become void according t it I
tbe home of :Mrs. Ethel them throughIf I This June 8. 1 1e42. I
M. Biggsand Mrs. Charles had of the
Turney chapter. As this
chargeof hhe belonged with the stock. seeking important service would was I JOHN MORGAxiD: !'
Miss Harley. A variety of the program and the devotional "Are you a native of these parts they're not too fat, we might naturally patronize us. However, the last meeting before the three I Administrator of the estate n|
Summer flowers were used to service was conducted Mrs. L. get two. months I.. Darby, deceased. 4.114! ('
by summer vacation
decorate too, I find that the facts In the case period,
; the living and dining M. Clark. And does the little live calf belong We'll beat their Army and their were a little misrepresented. It delegates wei'e elected to the
room, where
delightful the guests enjoyed a During the social period the to you ?" Navy," too ,seems that the bridegroom's two State convention which will be; G. B.
hour Stanley
; 4t'' and guest of honor.with the hostesses hostess served tempting refresh Marguerite Deyorio I le'd the They took a bite that they white suits were brought in, serviced -held In Sarasota in October. Mrs.

ments. Marche de Grande couldn't,; chew., 'I' and delivered In 32 hours. Beasley was elected delegate -and j '- Agency ,

I And the others fell In in brilliant It was not necessary to lend him.;Mrs. E. K. Ferryman' alternate. Ideal Laundry&D71|

I array. WeMl wreck I'belr' planes and a pair of trousers belonging! to'T' h e president appointed Mrs: Cleaners of GainwilV

I NOTICE I The Virginia reel set them scuttle 'their ships; someone 'else, but lf.lt bad been, i Ferryman,1' Mnn L. H. Hill andMrs. > 't' Starkr'|'h"inp "rINSURANCE

laughing and dancing We'll drown their emperor In we are prepared" to meet even this Ethel M. Blgga as a commit- I

I i4; ii&1& And the American Circle was- the tea he sips! emergency, since we carry spares .

to ah-rather mixed up! With another bomb for a farewell of two pants suit to give quick ,

Big( starched aproned and pig- kiss, service for weddings and funerals.

tailed girls I am Indeed grateful for tblll ANDBOND
SUBSCRIBERSBecause They'll soon find out that the
- I Cut those corners and did those Yanks don't miss! opportunity to advertise my quick

whirls service, and am sorry you did not

: ::. of Then sat outdoors for the night Obligingly go far enough to name the guilty
many changes now being made in the was clear Blake Jackson laundry HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
..; j magazine publishing field and the rapidly advancing For a watermelon cutting-um- U. S. Naval Reserve Yours very truly,

I subscription prices of many publications, we will no oh, dear. Toledo, Ohio. Junius M. Smith, Owner.

longer be able to handle magazine subscriptions for our The hayrlde mule white as Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry. Constant Service Over 50 Years
) su bscri bers. snow
Was Hear n practical joker had some Well, well -
Inclined to go-rather slow .Never let It be

With the return of normal times we hope to resume Right up Walnut and down fun by askln'calling If be up had a local druggistand said that Carolyn refused to correct Please Phone 146 SthYkBLANDING ]
h! this service which we have extended for. the past Call St. any an honest mistake But
41 several After makin' a
years. With harmonica music I and feverish an'" my heretofore II Dim pea c hable
search, the
source maintains she
dangling feet aw! the
druggist finally realized
4 ii- Oh! Did I forget the old wooden gag an' got the last 'twas a happy couple board the train In ...
well laugh byellin' Jax next day an' the bridegroomwas i
t the
jokester that
"the RAF
And did I remember I STILL in somebody else's !
: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH to tell ought has priorities on Burnt Cologne, I pants! Another angle has me CENTER, INC.

;: ; The Field Artillery band was but it will be available to Americans puzzled, too If-as Mr. Smith

r5.: Starke, Florida swell! Force Jiiflt as in soon action as our Air alleges-the bridegroom had two BAR GRILL AND PATIO
goes over Germany" -
Jewell nice white suits ,
(Presnell) MacDonald Hear at his disposal' ,
l Papa (Wear) MacDonald and (Ann & Harry Kaufman why oh why was he married in Dancing said Entertainment
Harry's) Is
offering the
their khaki ? .
daughters galore 'Specially when his

_ _ _ _ Gave the( Blanding soldiers a, who best meal purchases In the house to anyone l luffly bride had requested him to Nightly Until One O'clock

big surprise- l a thousand dollar wear his whites! ? These little Recreation Fun
War Bond Amusement
I Don't all -
Ana they tell me there's more ppeak at mysteries are so annoying, aren't
In store. they? Says your (SherlockJ
I Carolyn.. JEROME C. HUGHES, Operator

P. S. Oh, dear-What does It )Musical Note Patsy Keen "''I

I' take to get in with that USO! devclopln a violent passion for Silcox-Hazen Engagement

STARKEPROGRAM I'I If only I knew mil\/ y be I could violin music all of a sudden la Announced

I get; me a beau Chris Napoli (Stetson tenor with HAVE PORTR
the wunnerful vofte-now glnccln' M'. and! Mrs.\. Walter Louis Sll-: YOU SENT YOUR

Mos' Interest quota of mail L at the Baptist revival) visited the cox of Starke announce the engagement HOME?

1 : WEEK BEGINNING'SUNDAY' : J'LU I received this week ROM WIl. USO las' Sunday Hear the of their daughter Ger-

!tl __________ llama reports from Columbia, S. girls all but swooned away when alcine Cynthia, to Sgt. William D. PRESENT TIllS AD AND 50c AT OUR

Sun., Mon., Tuf'.--June 14, 19: 16 !' C., that she an* Jack have Jus; he sang "One Alone" in that divine Hazen, U. S. Army Air Corps, STUDIO. A
;t celebrated their fifth weddln' anniversary voice Old man Jinx now Katloned a t Spence Field,
"Tuttles Of Tahiti"I aided an' abetted by seems to be follow In' Tommy I Moultrle. Ga.

i--; ; With Ch... Laugh ton, Jon Hall. I I some swellegant new-found Army Greer, the Blandlng Corpl. who I The wedding will be an event of $3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF
Peggy Drake
: COMEDY I friends Ikey Brownlee post. breaks a violin string every time early summer. YOU. ONLY ONE TO A PERSON
NEWS I I cards from Coronado Beach that he tunes up Expensive, but

_ _ _ _ _ II I she an' the kiddies are havln' avery entranslve Freddie Wimberly: LaMorte-Sisson Wedding STUDIOS

Wed., 'I'hurll-June 17, 18 DOUBLE FEATURE restful vacation Haven't an' comrade allow as how they'll Event Of BON-ART
? discovered any "explosives" along take the> slow an' easy South SaturdayThe '
:J No. "Confirm Or Deny" the shore aa yet Purdon after rlnkln their necks In a Noo marriage of Miss Mignon 223 S. Walnut Street Starke Fla.

; With Don Ameche and Joan Bennett Murphy wig wags that he's: Yawk subway Spotted a desperate Siason. daughter of Mrs. R: A.

transferred from Camp Lee, I little visitor takin' a gun I Weeks of Melrose, to Lt. Willard

1 No. 2-Walt Disney's "Pinocchio" Va., to Camp Plckett. same state bath in the rain tother day J. LaMorte of Ft. Benning, Ga., tr
.: In Technicolor All very thrillln, but the Declared she was bent an' determined and Bronxvllle, N, Y., will take WOMEN WANTEDLEARN

.1 i ., Also Latest Day-Old brightest mall-bag gem of the ; to take a Fla. sun tan place Saturday, June 13, at 7:30:
News, Received.by Air Mat] week is the following: back home, even If it did rain P. II. in St. Edwards Catholic OPERATOR

i f'-: _ __ _ _ every day she was here .. Church, Starke. TO BE A CIGAR-MACHINE

; .lv Fft., Sat.-June 19, 20 DOUBLE FEATURE Dear Carolyn: EARN WHILE LEARNING

.1p No. l-"So' Your my I devour dear) your column (mentally, Hot weather Item: Group of sol. Royal Service ProgramThe WTUt women and gtrl 18 to 30 year old. You c5 d
Aunt week '
every and
Emma"With '
digest diers comln. : Call **
each C own In WIN and quickly learn this trade ""d IV
bit ,
Zasu Pitts and Roger Pryor of news thoroughly. I I TER uniforms How do they regular Royal Service pro- good paying *

No. 2-"Stage Coach can keep up ,with the marriagesmore do it? Spotted 'em whilst I I I gram of the Baptist W. M. S. will least 23.L20 per hour white learning! After dgh mlnW"eisUy

j4 completely this way than if wa' peepln' be presented at the Church Mon training yon go on piecework with &1J8rantl'f'd
4 : through Canova'a
.4 4 With Johnny Mack Buckaroo"I I I were secretary in the county f window, thlnkln how coolln' must I day afternoon, June IS, at 3:30: or 912: per week. Experienced operatormahe. fro<<

c : Also-GANG BUSTERS SERIAL CARTOON judge's office. Once I thought have been tbe soda that Andy o'clock. Circle number one will la $30 per week.
that I knew every name In the Adklns : be In charge.
was Ignorln' Wonder anI
,i. MIDNIGHT I paper, but now I sadly find It an 11 who his friend wast, Did you See Employment l\lanager-East 17th Street

SHOW SATt'KDAV NE 20 11:30: I',, M. full of strangers as a busy Detroit notice that plc an* span Naval: flccenl Births

.J ., "The street corner. uniform at the Railroad Apply Gate
Girl Methodist
In Room 313"Florence After I Mr.and Mrs. Lewis
I reading the recent poetical Sunday TV. Had almos' CI'eWS, Law-
'4.,, .tt Rice, Kent Taylor, Lionel Atwlll : brickbat aimed at women In my fluttertn mind to visit the up' toy girl, Ella Fay. June 8;

-I J ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS j, clacks, I am submitting a ditty Powell. when I spied the unlorm' Mr..and Starke Mrs. Lloyd George Edwards JNO. H. SWISHER & SON, Inc.bnulturero. .
composed girl
during Norma
a stage of Insomnia ( golden-haired Gall,
< i I June 9 '
: ole while thinking about good to-be Nice of people to have Mr. and; Mr. of King Kdward-World'* U rgT'.t SeUlat'
Starke. From what I Francis GulUlame
gather cousins, but ,
ought to leave
F.i-f" I In the local news a fair' Starke, boy, Rondal Bruce, June
,, repre competitors at home an' give us 9. Jacksonville, Florida
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Pte tteesoluthy, BITS of LOCAL NEWS i! -- -.. \, WCTU GLEANINGS I 1I

ODA : We, some of the mothers and I II
1: \ wives of I .
Llghtfoot Jimmle and Gall Rowe I ourervice men dc'plyI'
E. son and
f D WII A Richard Jackson who for the toent and brand, as false and an Kathleen]
he visitors Wed- daughter of ].Ir. and Mrs. VernonL. IUf Norris
o past two and half 'insult Says
_onvll1f Rowe of Jacksonville a years has to the defenders of our nation : t
Ray are been I
an employe at the Ritz the*
and accunailon. and so called
) visiting their grandfather, j. B. TOMORROW
Florida theatres \,
went to work : argument by certain "buxlneas
smri' new prlnci Rowe. two weeks ago with the men, and Parents' Should Use Common
''II visiting !tofcsday Sinclair \\1 -fy I other local citizens, before Sense
" ,
loot f fed ft a, S wa the. Oil Company. I the City Council June 2nd pas(
Help get out vole for
l t tn tin, School Bond \ DON ROBINSON reported In the Telegraph/ last (Sell Syndicate-WNU Sirvlc)

"' of 16. Electloll-Tue..da, After two weeks in the Alachua I week. ) -That soldiers will not
0 lieu, land, FkM.lion. Tuesday County Hospital Gainesville, come to Starke on Sundays, or

b I A *; Ion.t forget toWinter 'ole. Lt. J. M. Brownlee Jr., who Is where she underwent a major operation CHEERING sneeringI throughout the week because they .
tt cannot buy beer iQ
Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf I on Sunday.
)Wantten er of Haven Is stationed at Fort Banning Ga., was brought home Wednesday I think It'a time a lot of us started Anyone who goes on the streetsof I I I,1M"
Bertha was here over the week-end with .
t'In la deter, Mrs. much Improved.Mrs. cheering instead of sneering at tho : of town knows that thin Is ,
' *. IS week, his parent Mr. and Mrs. J M. I I job some of those bigwigs in Wash not true. No legitimate business I 1
Brownlee.Mrs. ington are doing about winning this
pillow LllinB working F. H Long had as a week- war. has been, or will be, hurt because '

sed h worth in l8 the Camp J. W.-Adair of West Palm end guest her d a u g hter Mrs. It isn't helping much to save our of the City Council's splendid -
a'ehthe cute clerk Richard R. Thede, of Jacksonville. democracy when we sit around the ordinance prohibiting the vale rI
I Beach was here
0810ffIce. Thursday and Little Connie Carroll! of Jacksonville parlor and pick apart the war pro- of beer on Sunday We want toslnc8l'ely
I Friday of last week visiting: her was alm here gram. But it might do a lot of commend and thank our I

I Sewell spent the sister. Miss Irma Fuller and Mrs. week with her upending the good If, Instead, we began figuringout councilman for having the bent
Leek in Leesburg with W. O. Halle. grandmother Mrs how we can best work with the Interest of
men who whether we like them or
yPs f Mr.. J- D. Mrs:! Florence Emma' Canova not, are going to decide the out mind In trying to prevent the

ofurned A very large stock of fresh come of this war. desecration of the Lord's..day, and
Bond Mrs. R. G. Kldd and
School !eon! Richard
,rt the ; make We if like find of debauchery of our fine \
? 18. III. were In St. Augustine Wed- drugs it possible for us to can we plenty young men I
''ear. l lent Tiie-lay.. June fill jour prescriptions promptly. things to criticize In Washington to- by the unholy selfish Inter'esta of
nesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. PaulE. day. There Is a lot of being who
sle* Koch's Drug Store. money some are never satisfied with f
'iMf l Lnett of Miami return- Canova and family. wasted there is plenty of unnecessary their gain but want more and
after a week's confusion and there are many
Let in fill your prescriptions, Miss Una Pearl Hubbard, of jobs which are not being handled in more.Paid
\v Longacre. ( for Starke
j. by ChapterU.
Dade a way that merit our applause.But .
S Registered; Pharmacies on duty. City and :Miss Eleanor
D. C.)
Smith, of we shouldn't let those things
Kuch'n Drug Store. Titusville among others -
Jaco'OM had as her guester took blind us to the miracles which are 7ILIi'
the I. Q. test
daughter Mrs. Cla.r- Mondayattel'noon being performed by key men in our New Market Opens 1
of Jacksonville. Mrs. Lloyd HerrIn will return at Camp Blandlng for government. ': 'r

laum today to her home in Callahan the Women's Auxiliary Army For there are plenty of miracles Newsome's market Is opening

, U Mrs. Louis ShafkinDielr after a two week's visit here with Corps being accomplished today' in the new Mlxon buildingnear /

arkA guests Mr. and Mrs. her brother-in-law and sister Mr. MIRACLES fear the Union bus station' on '
and Mrs. I.-T. Jones. Mrs. W H. Thomson Jr., who
) jig of New York City. before her recent marriage was Perhaps the three men who have Temple Avenue. H. J, Newsome
I been ordered by the President to lo the proprietor and will handlea
Clule spent Tuesday Mrs. E. S. Matthew left Sat- Miss Marjorie Stump, left Tues perform the greatest miracles are: general. line of fruits and vegetables / J

Friday transacting busiaytana urday for Orlando where she will day of last week for Vlctorsvllle, I Donald Nelson, chief of the War fresh and salt water fish, i

"T'll ni ; Beach and, Or- spend a short while with her soninlaw' California, where she went to join I Production board; Joseph Eastman, and live and dressed, poultry. I
her husband who Is In the Air head of the Office of Defense Transportation
daughter Dr. andMrs. Mr. NewHome
> &! wan originally ;
set i itjrWj H. B. McLendon.R. Corps of the Army. and Leon Henderson from Madison but has been In I }f fi
I of t b e U. S. chairman of the Office of Price Administration Icy
C. Long and Civilian Starke "off and on" for the last

1 OS'id n of Judge and Mrs. A. E. Glebelg spent the week. Beautiful Cleaning Beautiful There are many others who Supply.have 30 yearp he Bald and has been

of Gainesville Is In Lon- end In Lakeland. He was accompanied Tailoring a t Starke Blanding been assigned difficult tasks, but I living here for a year

Iland.Iful) home by his wife who Tailors Opposite Park Theatre. pick these three a* outstanding be- The Mixon building consists of

had been visiting her parents Mr. cause they have been commandedto I three stores on the ground floor i 24 li

'4 a Cleaning Beautiful and Mr. J. D., Pen land. W H. Nollman la attending the conduct a three-man revolution I and eight or ten steeping rooms f !
overnight revolution which all eb
a t Starke Blending session of the Florida Annual on the second floor. Mr. New-
oojis the king's horse and all the king'smen
Park Theatre. Remind friends in Conference of the :Methodist:
ppoolte your to vote some him the extreme northern
? the School Bond Election I next Church which Is being held in put over couldn't in a, generation.in ordinary times, space. A. M Mixon stated Wed bringt young< people In |A. ""u'''. and they. nntr rr/u/ <. a unread tutof

'anda Pearce has Just re- Tuesday. Lakeland! this week while Mrs. These men may do things which nesday that It had not yet been I Irrf or pie. Anti lilt urrtkum ihry ran taunt in a ra.. of loft drinks/ it
* lorn an enjoyable stay withd Nollman is visiting her sister make us fear the futurewhichturn determined just when the remainder I t'Y

r Mrs. E. R. Smyth In HIM Geraldine Silcox and Sgt. Mrs T. W, Oliver In Savannah our country temporarily away of the building would be By KATHLEEN NORRIS

S. C. and Mrs. Jack Knight spent Sun- Ga. from democracy into paths which ready for occupancy. SI'OILED CHILD
have always been foreign to our Whites live in Phila
day In Moultrie Ga., where they way of life. But they are Ignoringoar THE T'',. tpoilrd child it n problem .
red and her sinter, visited William D. Drayton Colley and daughters and they have a
Guy Sgt. Hazen fears and our caution in orderto More Priority TroubleCity not only to her parents
A. Pope Jr., went to who la now stationed at Spence Prlscllla and Laurette of Winter accomplish thing which are necessary daughter, Jean, 17, and but to hfTKflf. She /iai never

Toe Beach Tuesday aft era Field. Haven, and Mr and Mrs. Fred to save America today Clerk Carl Johns and 1';. i a son, Robert two years learned to think of oh..r.1.1

> few days' vjslt.IE. Blackburn and son, Freddie of and that is all which really counts M. Murray vice-president of C. Their lives have
is the lessons
-Tel.k i Mrs Florence Emma Canova Tampa were guests Sunday of right now.Donald H. Cook & Co., of Buena Vista younger. one of first

er. P. McCollum had'as returned Friday from Columbus the parents of Mr. Colley and Mrs. Nelson most anyone In Ga., were In Atlanta on business. along a familiar groove until ha mutt learn before the can

I Sunday her eon, E. G. Ga., where she was the guest of Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. W A. Washington or in Industry will admit Wednesday Mr. Murray's com I now; they have lived exactlyas hope to arhievethe' happiness ,
deserves the credit for already
seen i,who Is l in the Navy and her son-in-law and daughter Lt. Colley. having thrown war industry into pany has the contract for Instal- have millions of American the fakes I far granted at her

ned at Jacksonville. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd. She was high aear.NELSON. ling the distribution system for families owning their home share in life The "}",.,,"

hit accompanied home by her daughter. :Mrs C. C. Mendoza Miss Gloria Sturke'a new water works pro- and their car having part- whose father wrote thit letter
toDs Fredrika Edwards and Mrs. Kldd and grandson Johns and Clif Mendoza of Jacksonville it a tpoileil chilil. She wants
DsTI jrrrlll Bauknight. both of Richard III. Lt. Kldd will arrive were guests Wednesday When the President asked for ject.They visited the regional office time help going away for two more than her fathnr/ can provide -

1 + jvllle. are visiting their here this week-end for a brief of ITr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin and such fantastic increase in pro- of the Federal Works Agency weeks of summer vacation leap he himtrlf ha
that the Germans
1y Iher, Mrs. W H Struth. leave. Mrs. Carrie Rltch. They were accompanied them a* being a madman'laughedat relative to the release of funds putting Jean and Rob through helped to errata the prohlein

back to Jacksonville dream, Donald Nelson went to workto which have been tied up because public school with plenty of he asks Kathleen Norris to

I by Tom Bitch who will remain make that dream come true. of priority difficulties. These luxury on the side solve

I there for a short visit. Last year the wiseacres were funds, already allocated for this
smirking over the billion of dollars project are being held' up because Now the Whites have come to a

I/** Tlsicircg of ? A large assortment of Squibb's worth of war good which were "on of the necessity for ahlghel' difficult crossroads and they can't other night and found they cam to I '
w i. 'I order" and the trickling amount of priority rating. agree Father White Is a man of I exactly $516.22. This caused a sort '' I'' 'I I '

FL7i ...ftt u.a Pe4stawd.r43e \ Vitamin, products. r e c sired recently. Roods which were being completed.This strong will, and he needs it at this i of family panic, In which Jean expressed '
Try IM with jour prescription year, under the genius of Mr. moment, for Mother, Jean and Rob her Jdent.
Koch's Drug Stow. Nelson, that "on order" crack has Better Read ItF. junior are leagued against him. I
Jean and her mother think the I
We suggest the exclusive been dropped from our language. Father' flatly and simply wantsto
time has
R. Carradine exub-dietrct| come to borrow a good
Miss Doris Gaffney, who has There is still plenty of war equip
That Is his
go: on as they are.
Thermique heaterless method been NYA assistant!! In the officeof ment on order but there Is also a chairman of the Aircraft Warn entire platform. Jean' and Mother round sum rent the house and moveto
tremendous amount "on board"- ing Service states that officials one of the beautiful new apartments
available to you In our shop. the Bradford County Defense on ships going to every corner of of the First Interceptor Command somewhat indifferently abetted by Just finished In the smartest !
Council for the past year, became I Rob want to rent the house, moveto
the world. part of town. The ail-win-
You will be delighted with the the bride of Sgt. Earl, L.I I with headquarters In Jacksonville, square,
Production /figures are being kept a smart apartment go In mod- dow corner of the big drawing-room )
have that rea,1page
lasting quality..itslustreand beauty.I1ffeMnQU Carter of Hellbronn Springs, on quiet, but even the German admIt. requested everyone estly for entertaining, and give Jean in these apartments Its white-brlck
March 1. Last Friday, Mrs. Car- today, that the United State has nine In the June 13 Issue of tie chance her friends will have of fireplace and Indirect
Ga. where got into stride in production and Is the "Saturday Evening: Port." The lighting! morethan
ter left for Atlanta. meeting the right people and going reconcile Jean to the fact that
her husband is stationed at the outdistancing every other nation. article Is entitled "How Our Cities the
right places
she would have to take for her
The German admit are now I own
we Are Protected from Axis Bombs.
[ Motor Base. turning out more planes per month i Doesn't Like Their tome what,was designed for a servant's

than they are. and we have only Robert White's Income Is $4,000 room and that none of the Whlta's a
k Mr. and Mrs H. E. Tucker and begun. a year. Olive, hit wife began a furniture would be suitable In the

family recently moved from their When this war I Is won. there is no DO YOU WANT TO GET 'budget when It was little more than pl "ce. Only chromium pipe, white

former home next door to the doubt that one of the men who will half that, and they bought the house leather and crystal furnishing

larte YWCA on North Walnut street to I go down In history for his genius as KID OFYour nlr.e years ago. It 11111 square hogs would 'fit" there.

. dieau4f Sho/J/Je their new home on East South a general who will wears be Donald a business Nelsona suit- Hats, Roaches And with trees and a front garden, a The rent Is $17' but Jean argue!
street. )lr. and Mrs. Richardson double garage four bedrooms and that the old house would rent for a

Starve Florida of Crescent City have moved Into without Next a to single Mr. Nelson's brass button.job the Ants? If So Call The two baths, living-room study, din hundred anyway. Arid she does so

the Walnut street home. most complicated and! overawingtasks Health Unit. Phone 71 ing-room kitchen, two fireplace want-with tears and smile and

In this country today are those For Information.C. and a small sunny dining-ingie off kisses how she wants!-to entertainIn

Place jour order for REAL being worked out by Mr. Hendersonand the kitchen the. new place, to have that address

SILK 1I0 1.R'with Mr*. Frank Mr Eastman.OPERATION To ninety-nine women out of every on her writing paper to have

SEZ Hoover 402 E. Madison. hundred It would represent lux "fun"" with the others of her crowd
NAT wheels
: .
(2D-4.p) I.. CHESTER ury. But to Jean White It If Just until she gets married.

to. Leon Henderson hall been so EXTERMINATORWI : perfectly horrible and commonplace Itoth Psrenla Are Wrong
One week from thin Sunday
much In the limelight with his pro-
wishes would burn down.
snd she it
i Father's Day and whether you Bob Wear director of the gram to freeze prices, ration sugar month for "I'll be darned" writes Rob sen-

,::,.. think a whole lot of your old man YMCA-USO, had as his guests and gasoline, and to keep our econ- The Whites pay 62.50 a home lor "if I want to go in for more ..- t

i: or you just keep him around hef last Friday Ralph Garner of omy from falling to pieces, that he Interest on a $3.000 amortization.mortgage/ Rob- pens now. I want to stay where wo
Insurance and
Savannah Ga., regional directorof Is now known to every schoolboy.But are and see if we can't cut down
he the groceries you
cause buys there are few people who can ert White pays $40 a month for life Just
tips in the
YMCA expenses. new place
him the Army Navy
In bound to buy
are duty
comprehend how any man can suddenly Insurance. The table costs on even would stand in
Home little gift MM a token of and A. C. Baker physical and whole me about twenty a
II turn our complicatedeconomic hundred a month, and the four-day-
month the whole
I of the YMCA in ; thing would b*
your appreciation of the many program system upside down and t-weck services of Amanda John. done on borrowed and h
I don'tlike
he ha put up wlili you. Cincinnati, Ohio. till keep it running money
yearn ten, about $33 more 'I i_ III! Answer us honestly! hi
I'm Rivingyou plenty of notice, It Is perhaps too early to even Young Rob comes home ravenous
letter conclude
"which of I
if you forget It, don't blame me. Mr and Mrs. Jack Scanlan arrived guess how the Henderson anti-Infla every day, and makes Incredible Inroads right" us
Sunday from Marlon, 111., tion program or the Henderson ra-
Mrs.. Scanlan's tioning programs are going to work on bread. Jam and butter My' opinion Robert Is that neither
for a visit with out-but we are lucky to have a drinking exactly a quart of choco- aide I Js right. I think you and r,

parents )Ir, and Mrs. N. Stern- man in charge of that tremendous late milk as he does so. Jean brings Olive have been wrong all along, I%
When It'sffi'If berg. Mr. Scalan plans to volun- nice hoarse boyi to dinner and they.
job who has the courage to act and I think It's your fault that at IT
teer for Army service In the near quickly and to take a firm grip on never refuse a second cut ot beef Jean. has such completely fall

future."Casey". the reiris when emergency actioncan't 'The wreckage these young
or pie. Idea.. Year should, have
NOW CARRY ago you
be delayed. There Is little can cause in a case of soft
persons been
: () doubt that uncertainty and post. OF bottled drinks is unbelievable; Jean laving a thousand year out
Jones, young employeof ponements would have been fatal. HOUSE nTOTIIORE of that handsome salary; years ago
at Camp calls upstairs, "Mother, may w. ,
the Post Exchange But Mr. Henderson' emergency operation Jean should have realized that that
Blandlnjr Is In St. Vincent's Hospital may pull the patient \ 11COSMETICSI open this can of ham and have last expensive year of private

I"i Jacksonville recuperatingfrom through. there eggs?" And what can Olive schooling, with its Inevitable friendships

ilfJer Injuries received when the The newest task demanding the call back but "Of course darling, and comparisons, was not for

motorcycle he was riding collided genius of an Einstein, is that put what else are they there for?" her. Year ago Olive should have

( with an Orange Lines bus on in the hand of Mr Eaitman-th* to; tlr Incidentals. lifted the heaviest o/jrour burden by

Church St., one night last w ek. job of controlling everything wheel on Created by Hollywood's famous Makeup Horn, food and Insurance and bringing that icfmfrabl budget of

wheel and making every revolve
One of his legs was fractured service therefore consume half the hers not Just within the narrowest
toward victory.Mr. ArtuU, the W..tmoru.
i and several stitches had to betaken Eastman has already accel- income. Above and beyond these possible margin of.incom*. but tar
I be stare for daily the incidentals that all budget below it. "' '
Dad I In his scalp. He will erated rail transportation- to an S Cecil l by many leading ere
nd aUembtey In the hospital four or five weeks amazing degree; he-baa destroyed 'life as well. a. arreen work.Recommrmled keepers' abhor because they sound Since you have so spoiled Jean

longer. barrier which Interfere with maximum so insignificantly small' and add up that debt and pretense teem to her
us* of trucks and be I I. rapidly s by trading irtuJiam." >o bsutally big. Incidentals. mean the natural steps toward finding her

) getting our whole transportation eramen. telephone and long distance calls, husband and place In life, you may

equipment streamlined for war. Foundation Cream tailor laundry cleaner clothes b* very sure thai when she doc

DR'UST TIE YOU CAN GET It looks as though the team of Try. Wenlmore wonderful shoes dentist doctor, churrh, movies step socially. above you and her
Law for daylonglovelinmi.
Nelson Henderson and Eastman make-up your J theater club., newspapers mother, and need you'.no longer
REAL RELIEF has become just as strong a triple Conic in II glowing .b...... magazines\ : gasoline and cleaning of no consideration may. be expected

threat to our combination enemies as that of the undetectable rrrutr a ntnootk even tone rover bleinixlir the car flower., stamps-no one of from Jean .should yuur.old, age b* I

<** ACID the and the marine .. With 9 blending' padi'i. of FarePowiler them terrifying, but the whole mass dependent and heiple...
army, navy
';' all') hurl ned' INDIGESTION1r11w enperuilly, designed. l for u" with unspeakably depressing. Needs) t* Be Awakened.So .

i t.isi : q.ntns U. ? the Foundation Cream and other Went-. The Whites owe various small my advice to you. now is to l

Ld-tb. W.lDbl.Y' THE OLD RELIABLEIf bills now, for the first time in their move. Indeed, but to some small
orlqlDe' NOD- more Cosmetics; for a complete makeup
lives; Jean belongs to a ski club, place whose rent won't b* more than
I"I Duti"1.mbhp:: I:: tol P.s. B",,IJisFll., Til iJ.'V ism" ; need a good laxative or cathartic rolor-kryni. to it. IACM SO*. I and that costs money, and Rob had $So. Rent your present home in-

I IJ to hiilb..151 I jbop.. it i FIRST 'J'ml pop ISternbergs to relieve headache, biliousness to have *n emergency. apendectomy.These deed, but only I to cover overhead

Of that lacy tired feeling when due to KochDrug I mils fret the man of the expenses there. and to I invest the

cmporary constipation, suuc for and house. ; he and. his wife both thought rest. Beside that put $100 into government

be them "snnri wb r. around two hun- bonds every month beforeyou
8W'eyou; get
Carpenter's Drug Store 2IERBIHZ Store drrd": until they added them up the turn one cent over to the family.



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;11 liW Ay ; ; FARMERS' SECTIONft .1 WITH OUR FARMERS I and per' range Injured and by'will plowing.be lorn apart The,Building PermitsVan Shop R. ,IN and Lynch>i he

H. Carden, June 6, $200 ;be
k hatched tend to
__ _.. . newly young Lynch who j,
r I tunnel upwards for the first few for addition 18x18 feet t o his lough from ,I'
I HINTS FOR THE \v. M. Tliorn( .ii Is sharecropperon I Ihavea't, had any In 15 years" on : after hatching. Turning the present property 0 n Thompsonstreet vacationing ,cr r 1
20 acres of Charlie Phillip account of the boll weevil. >days for additional rooms. friends ? nW
COMMON SENSE HOUSEHOLD 400 acres of land 10 miles out on I :Mr. Thornton thinks they will soil will Injure, or kill many of aii

Road 28 toward Lake Butler. He I I get a good price for cotton this these immature stages.
raises tobacco cotton, corn, and year because of the war. "I gota One farmer In the Plant City would
If like
+ other ., "I had 1O acres of last area reports that a severe infestation you a good
u r Selective hcrvlce and we give you some sage some peas. good price during the wholesome
v + thing. Incident to the war havPk geatlonH for using milk In cook beam''," he sold Saturday "but I sold 1,700 pounds at 17 war'j on his farm was reduced in clean, quiet surroundings Pe1
} Ing./ they got so cheap that I couldn't pound the year after the war last year to the point where at
> ?f focused attention on health In away out of them to adults were hard to find In the prices-Then we invite ,
i .Milk In Chowder get enough pay 6,000 pounds at 22 cents duringthe : you to
wi that It baa not been focuneJ I Chowder may be made of flan,,, expennes." war But I have raided it for fall He attributed this controlto trIalSATISFACTION give >,

in many years. On every hand I corn, or a mixture of vegetables I He paid 20 cents to have them :5 cents a pound. It will likely the fact that he plowed his

people are realizing the truth of f such an cabbage, carrots, peas,,, picked and 15: cents for the tampers bring from 15 to 20 cents per fields after the spring crop was
the statement made years ago I and celery. and when they got to pound this year." removed and 'planted to crota- GUARANTEED
i Ingredient: 2 cups of milk, 2 where they brought only 90 cents, larla. Disking the cover crop and
1 i by Johnson, when he declaredthat i I medium sized potatoes diced, 2 he couldn't make it, since he got preparing his land for the fall K & M CAFECorner
E. A. born and rearedon
t t i 1 "health li 10 necessary to cups vegetables, 1 onion, 1-2 cup I only half of the proceeds. "I sold Sapp was crop no doubt bad considerable
I rr'' ; I nil the duties, an well a. pleasure,, bacon or salt pork cut In small) 102 hampers before I quit," he the same place where he now effect In killing crickets which
M1 U of life that the crime In itquandeiing piece said "I planted early and It was livea-106 acres In the New River escaped the .early 'summer treat- of Call and Madison

;oath j F it III l equal to the folly." Try out bacon or salt pork InI PO wet and cold they all drowned section. The property has been ment.
In the hands of h 1 Is for
i The accent now Is on good I I kettle in which chowder la to be out and froze. Then I replanted, family -- --- -
', i health. In times past, many rural 1 I made. Remove bacon or salt porkto but it was too late" 'about 100 years, he said. His
people, when asked how they be added last. Slice onion and Mr. Thornton has 3 3-10 acres grandfather, Henry: Sapp, had 5.-
i+ 3'';( were feeling, have replied something brown in fat. Add fish, or corn of tobacco. "That Is all they allowed ]- 000 or 6,000 acres, while his I Hello. 1y
: J like this: "Oh, I'm enjoying or diced vegetables' with i just us," he said "I will start ]I father, B. J. Sapp, had only about
r poor health, thank you." And enough water to cook them. When gathering It next month and the 400, and his own acreage has y .

ft it + many of them really did seem to tender, add milk, season with salt market will open In August, I dwindled down to a mere 196 '

Ft:,/ + "' enjoy poor health and talking un- and' pepper add crisp bacon or understand." I acres ft',
/ ceanlngly about their ailments. salt pork, and serve.iVreul "We saw In the paper that tobacco Mr. Sapp was born there and :: ",>:
But condition have changed, In ;Milk would bring 50 cents a worked for his father on the farm : if'{" '" "lS;

c 4t t rural people now enjoy good Ingredients: 1 cup milk, 1 cup pound this year," he said. "I for several yearn; but has been .
P health and strive to maintain and 1 water, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup understand they use! It to clean farming It for himself continuously I

r p Improve their health, appreciating cereal. Bring water and milk to those big guns with. It will clean since 1916. He went to kx
% It as one of their moat valuable boll, stir in salt and cereal boll anything-Including auto wind work with the Andrews Motor
h assete.4jb I gently about 5 minutes, stirring shields. The average price has Company In 1937 where he remained -
e Rural women know that maintenance to prevent atlcklng. Cover, place been from 20 to 25 cents, per five years, leaving their : Mj

JLt y of good health of their over hot water, and cook about 1 pound." employ only fast March and accepting -
fah families and avoidance of hazardsto hour. "I have six acres of cotton," work as postoffice clerk

I ,k health are becoming IncreasIngly Spoon Corn Bread Mr. Thornton said, "but the boll at Camp Blanding two or three

Important duties for them. Ingredients: 3 cups milk, 3 weevil eats that stuff. We may weeks later, where he is still en- c

s Every month more physicians, egg, 1 scant cup corn meal, 2 make a good I crop and we may gaged.All .
nurses and other trained health I tablespoons butter, 3 teaspoons not make any. You can't tell. I during the time he has been
workers leave for service with baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt haven't seen a boll weevil yet, working ''elsewhere' he has con-
military units. Often rural areas Stir meal Into two cups milk but the investigator came out tinued to operate his farm. He

already poorly supplied with I and let come to boll, making a awhile back and I understand that has raised a good deal of truck S
if available medical or nursing care mush. Then add rest of milk, he found a good many of them. I stuff, most of which he has mar-
4 i'' are still lens adequately covered. I I yolks well-beaten, salt, baking 1 used to raise cotton, but I i iI keted at Starke.

r'4 The rural groups recognize that powder, and melted butter. FoldIn I
j most of their common health hazards beaten whites; turn into
n t greased Farmers UrgedTo Ing and sub-flooring in all types
i are preventable through baking dish, and bake In mod of housing and small buildings.
'd A i proper education and the uiw of erate oven ((350 degrees 1<1.) about 'Double-Up'
S Any construction made from
# It Is only
simple precautions.
30 minutes. Serve In dish In "CocaCola"knowntooas
l On HaulingReports lumber obtained as a result of the
r natural, then, that they should which It Is baked.
; t. be interested In home sanitation WPB ruling will be subject to
I Creamed 1 Vegetables. from a number of the limitation under
and such simple Items as the old- coun- the recent
Make White Sauce, using 1 cup ties Indicate that farmers conservation order which
i;| fashioned fly trap, that they alreadyare requires
milk, 1 tablespoon fat, 1 table-
pooling their and permission fl'omVPB
,, should want to study the life hauling are for farm ,
l I
; s cycle of the mosquito and learn spoon flour. Season to toxte. For making every effort to conserve construction costing more than I
thicker sauce, use 1 1-2 table-,,
both rubber and fl.OOO. In
mechanical such
l how to avoid hookworm infesta equip cases, farmers
iirr tlon. Flies, mosquitoes and hookworms spoons fat and 2 tablespoonsflour. ment, says H. G. Clayton, chair- may file applications with the
i + rya are three animals which man of the Florida USDA War County USDA War Boards Justas "Coke"Drink
J M' For this amount of sauce, use Board. The Office have 1
bring serious maladies to rural of DefenseTransportation they been doing for the
i 2 1-2 or 3 cups of cooked vege-
,' +': people. and the Depart past month.Plowing.
tables. Left-over vegetables can ment of Agriculture have
r Clean-up campaigns I n many Joinedin
), rural communities have not only be used Individually or In any asking farmers throughout the
desired Now
a brought out much useful Junk to combination.For country to cooperate in a comprehensive -

I,, t, ; be salvaged for the war effort variety, 1-4 cup cheese program for conservation Will Reduce
A ; i but have made cleaner more may and more efficient use of
orderly homes for the civilian Crwamed Kgg farm trucks. and automobiles. Cricket DamageFarmers
Ingredients: 4 to 6 cooked
f eggs
front. Cleaning up helps morale Farmers are urged to use their
j 6 slices toast, 2 medium
cups in
well health. trucks areas mole-
1111 as as little as possible and to
1f+r And finally, health examinations white sauce. take better care of such equipment crickets have caused some crop I speak for "Coca-Cola"
Chop or the and add
? ;l' at least yearly, such as 4-H eggs The two Government damage in recent years will no
*,;i 'z, club girls and home demonstra to the white sauce. Arrange agencies recommend that farmersnot doubt effect considerable controlof symbol of its life and sparkler
toast on a hot and add
platter the pest by plowing their infested
lion women particularly stress, only eliminate -
I4." 1 r help t... check Incipient troubles of the the eggs and white sauce. Two driving but that they unnecessary form transportation fields within the next weekor known, too,.as "Coke". ll'i shoj
yolks he
kept out
to overcome minor aliments, and may pools both for hauling so. While only slight experimental
to maintain robust health. !rubbed through a strainer or po- their produce to market and for data are at hand to show for "Coca-Cola". I offer you t
tato slicer and
sprinkle over the that such treatment will effect
top. Chopped parsley also makesan transporting needed supplies to that refreshes. I I l\\
o For Athlete's Foot the farm. some degree of control, A, C.Brown I pause speak
attractive garnish and gives a assistant
King \Vorm. Teller, and others pleasing flavor. Operators of the farm trucks with the State plant Plant commissioner Board-, 4 the real thing.. the soft drink
?s Parasitic skin Infections. tryTETTBJrOlJE- also are urged to follow the believes
It will kill or Injure dWi'dive;;
t' Deeds FiledTax "preventive maintenance" plan of thousands of eggs and Immature the quality of delicioj
the ODT to prolong the life of
i r, '. At Your DriiKKliti_BOc Deed-State of Florida to such equipment. This plan calls stages of the pest. k refreshment.. .the drink with H

V. M, Puckham, holder of tax for a periodic check-up of all By destroying egg cells and Immature -

ta certificates No 55 and 97 consideration farm vehicles and tires, proper stages of crickets at this p I f' trade-mark "Coca-Cola"

"a |130.33, June 1; Alva conditioning, and prompt replacement time, control of the adults in the I
Abernathy, widow Thomas fall should be
; of all worn parts. greatly facilitated,
i Abernathy and Benita Abernathy, says Mr. Brown. Crickets which TRADf-MAWK
The two alSo do P.
guti Iie his wife; Lizzie Sun-ency and agencies stress In the more advanced
h+? I the necessity for stages F Delicious andRefreshing
Robert Surrency, her husband; when together cause Injury to seedbeds and 5 Everybody like to shorten woi
attending church, social
Odell J. Abernathy and Evalee events and other functions young field crops are now In a You hear"Coke".the friendly
Abernathy, his wife; Eddie Ab- stage where they are vulnerableto
'ernathy, single; Beatrice Abernathy events.elimination of all unnecessary' injury by cultivation. While vialion for the trade-mark

Gable and Elmer Gable her egg cells containing up to 50 or ...on every hand.
husband, only heirs at law of E. The program has the double more eggs are located anywhere ,

D. Abernathy, deceased, partiesof aim of conserving vital equipment from a few Inches to a foot or

the first part, to. Foster Shl and. assuring a continuous flow so below the surface of the -soil, OTTUD UNOII AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IY
Smith and Mary Anne Smith, his of farm commodities to market. I thousands 'are present in the up STARKE COCA-COLA
w wife, June 3; E. K. Ferryman and It will be carried out by state BOTTLING CO.
r rI wife, Lois Peek Perryman Sidney and county war boards already

'&i Inea Green and husband, Floyd functioning; under the U. S. De-
1 l ? YOU ,I Green to William Rundoloh. June partment of, Agriculture. +r4

WAIT 8; R. A. Green and.Wlf LucileH.

I Green, to William Randolph, Lumber AvailableFor
lt. All Work Guaranteed. June 4; D. E, Knight and N L. HERES

Only The Highest Knight, to William Randolph. Repairing THE WARTIME TRAVCL PlC 1
1t4 a, Quality Juno 4; J. H. Saxon anSI, wife, Farm BuildingsThe
n Leather Used Ellen Saxon, to G. W. Saxon .

1't I ....A....... June 1; Callie E. Gay and S. G. War Production Board has 4.hAONQAY
Gay, her husband to Eva: Mae taken action to release mill stocksof

BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE i Thomas, June 2; Alice Marie lumber which will lighten considerably

it Kelly and her husband, J. R. the problems farmers In ., VkSQA'l WEQNESDpQRSpp i .5. ,
a REPAIR Kelly to Eva Mae Thomas June some areas are having In getting _
." .\cr R. L. Reddish and wife. Margaret storage sheds H. G.' Clayton
atnw ,. Reddish, June 2. chairman of the Florida USDA

'r r Wnr Board, has been Informed.
An amendment to the recent
FUNERAL DIRECTOR WPB lumber freeze order permits

r ;1,l D Sly Many Year* Experience) Make It Possible for Me to Render sales of lumber to any person for

EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS StR\ICE use In building or repairing farm

MODERATE: PRICKSDeWITT : storage, and for packing farm
products for shipping.
; .
Any farmer who needs lumber '"'
r Starke, Florida for farm storage or tor packing _More Seats Available

or boxing his 1942
crop may now
order lumber from his. local in MID-WEEK onWflKlNDtl

W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR dealer When doing so he must 1
'" sign an endorsement to the affect -
F.II.A. LOANS that he Is obtaining the lum-

We want the listing on your property ber for purposes specified as exempt -

t;U We have some wonderful properties for sale from the lumber freeze or-
der In cases where dealer do
See us about your Real Estate Needs ,not have the necessary lumber on Pick the uncrowded times !

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 I hand!, they may use the farmer's

r!y Y 'statement to obtain stocks from t Make your travel plant fit America1,
lumber mills. It I U understood meedt-take trips when the moat wartime On tripe usually taken in midsummer you'1''
70S7S4S7QSS7CT44S740S70590t"r ..4ti.h that lumber dealers may endorse! w ;.Available, Co on Monday, Tuesday eat-apae.it help eaia congettion by going before the July-
orders to mill themselves so long ,1.. "day or Thunda)'. YOII'. enjoy W.dn.sAugust ruth period-or after it'a over. And
OUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION as all material In the order Is to f !!({and convenience on mid.we.k tripe more. comfort more you'll be avoiding any potijble delay diup-I
l N' be used to fill the specLffexT important Itill.you'l1 bf leaving boUnV rind or condition by your ticket
room need
Y pur- 1 f ndt for the week-1 ( all the information well in sd
| you
men !
In the ;
IS OUR MOTTO poses. this way dealer will l war worker armed forces and for vince of your departure time.. Don't forget ,
VI not have to await sufficient far- who can travel only ., tb.t ,!?.., buy War Bonds with the money you saver,
mer endorsements
to obtain full

0 Short Orders, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks carloads before placing the order UNION BUS STATION Temple Ave Phone 147
the mills..
And Delicious Home Made Pies The War Production Board also jhe ?rIftoTt LACY CONWAY, AgenORIDAMOTGRJINES'\

released for farm use certain
grades and size of lumber not

A & A Luncheonette now being purchased for war pur- wltb l ltj0a

poses. These Include short lengths a .
and size suitable for aide wall
1JSlhIS2SIS1Sl SlSlS2SJS2 74757S2S7S7SaS7S7S'7S7C r nd roof framing, and for
sheath- k
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? > Norris tly Mis \rsuU Crosby FARM H9.Y sHOME JE: Tabernacle Are Successful Meetings "' t.-M.fMI

1be thleen Says : SYNCING The Bradford CONVENTION ,: Revival ; I
n County Singing services a the Gospel I

Convention will meet at Corinth i Tabernacle are progressing sue- .

1111(1) Have to Make\ Overtures Baptist Church Sunday. June 14, I cessfully Frederick under P. Billings.the direction evangelist of

Bi-ll Syndicate-WNU Feature. at 11 o'clock. There will be din- I I Mr and Mrs J T. QuIgley. I

'met ner on the ground and the pub .D t sponsor of the Tabernacle. state

t Pr lic U cordially invited to attend. Jy Iay Y ) \./ that "9(>ldleno are finding the j "? 1'yt g Chast4eid

Captain of their
Salvation' and(
;lYe son Mr, Vincent and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and rAuihpr of Sl.t u._Muy'. iirch:: are 'enlisting In the Army of the .q.., v.,
Jacksonville "
r Lord'. 0u
w spent the week-end here with Mr. The General Mills
Sunday night Mr. Billings will
Kelly's mother Mrs. Beulah prepared a booklet that
D KeUy. is of great
give the
story of his. life. "The
MI's. Anne value to
Moore homemaker
and childrenof every who Is
\v Tampn aie spending some time trying; to do her part in her every Love"of Christ for u Sin-Infested

S here with Mrs.\ Moore's day living to help the war effortof Soul. FTR
& a Mr. and Mrs. W. R. parents, conservation and thrift. "War Special music Is a feature of
t Halslop. Work a Day Book for the Home" every service, and the general
< k Mrs.\ Randolph Crosby left Wed- suggests definite ways and means public ls Invited to attend.

/ nesday for Oklahoma City. Okla., to cut corners In some instancesand

to join her husband, Cadet Randolph increase efficiency in others.
lit Crosby. He U stationed at I particularly liked the end of the Revival ContinuesAt

i Will Rogers Field. "Day Book" where it sums up the Pine LevelThe
duties of the Loyal American Home-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and maker. Readjustment invention.

daughter Kathryn, and William service and patience combined with highly successful revival at

Crosby made a business trip to cheerfulness are the lot of today's I Pine Level Baptist Church Is con I lw w
Jacksonville Saturday. homemakers. duties that every I tinuing this week with messages
\, \n ll\\ I American woman has accepted and I
Jack Smith of Lakeland spent I brought by Dr. Louis ntz.
I accomplished since the Pilgrim:
the weekend with his parents mothers. ; winger for many years president I

ivai Mr. and Mrs.\ J. N. Kelly. There's a section about repairing I of the Bible Institute of Fort I
that gives some worthwhile suggestions Worth, Texas.
Friends of little Kathryn Kelly. I such as always having a well- I Dr. Kntzmlngcr: U recognized as

daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. R. equipped sewing basket handy in lone of the outstanding Dible

Kelly, will regret to learn that 'I order to mend tears Immediately, I teachers the United, States, and

\ she la ill with an acute attack of learning how to mend and then i members of the Pine Level
/ tt/l f (' tonslllttti making full use of your accomplishment .
/i I Church express themselves as be. Ice Cream
Towels, napkins table cloths -Perfect Dessert for a ShowerSee
t i9 yr lFJi Mr. and Mis. J. W. Thomas and ,i I and sheets can be darned and Ing hlshly pleased with the Incplrational ( Recipes Below..

son Wayne and Miss Hazel patched so neatly that they can be messages he in bringIng

Crosby of Brooker were visiting'rlends used almost as long again. his large congregations.' Many I Bridal Showers I, This Wrrk's Menu
and relatives here Sun I I This section on repairing urges new members are being added to _
day afternoon. you to find a textile weaver who' the church. Pretty but practical-that's the Bride's

,I fabrics can repair that suits you and can't coats mend and your any i, Dinner will be served on the cue for this year's bridal showers Salad Luncheon Shower Plate

GUM BRANCHBy 'self. Many department stores and grounds Sunday, June 14, and the 'I Chances are this orAsparagua
public Is invited. /r year's bride will .
dry cleaning. establishments offer Loaf
:\11'''. T. N. NormanMr. l
such service. Moth damages and Services are held each day at be an army or Tiny Hot Rolls Preserves

and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and cigarette burns can be woven back 11 A. M, and 8:30: P. M. / navy brIde with Ice Cream With

daughter, Selma, visited Mr. and so that they will never show if the /7r but a whirlwind Green Gage Plums
weaver can get a few threads of wedding with her
Mrs. f Recipes GivenA
Carlton Chastain at Hampton the material from a seam. Fractures Neck husband on a

Sunday. I General advice on purchasing short leave soIl
Mrs.' marketing and shopping is Mlsi Pat Letchwortli, of 125 light,
W. T. Tillla and son, Har-I timely there won't be dainty luncheon plattercan
old, who have been visiting rela- I i and helpful. To quote from the East! 3rd Street, Jacksonville.. HUH. much time for be served by way of refresh
rifl 1/Am If ft Aim, /her fan burning. But 6fior.a.. reached the campus ives here, returned to their home Hand Book: tamed a fractured neck at Kings. ment. Accompany this with tiny
the frills and fuss
Jumir man, Hearing/ t lop coat and an old cap, was beside her; and the In Plant City Sunday. r "Buy sparingly shrewdly, only ley Lake Sunday afternoon wn l'n hot rolls or muffins and no ..howergue.ts
goods and services of other ,
book necessary now year
twa. her
carrying Mr. and DAs R. M. Johnson ,I for the health and welfare of your nhe dived and struck her head on Her plans will be sketchy mod could desire more: I 7

..THLEEN NORRIS and daughter of Graham spent )I family. bottom. Dr. M. B. Herlong took probably, and very often they will Salad!! Luncheon Plate. .

NDER what would BE PATICXTIf Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. D.I "Learn to understand labels and an X-iay picture and she wa not Include a permanent home or (For One Serving) If
standards of also hurried to the Rlverai\e
sorman. i quality changesand Hospital,
i an East St. your youth was like Caro substitutes necessitated by the Jacksonville in bungalow That means that bridal W cup cottage theme
ippen, Mls a De Wit I C. .
Dorothy Norman showers will be simple and inexpenstye
spent S deviled halves I
uis girl writes me, "if line's and you find yourself the week-end I n Dothan, Ala., l war News program.of future limited supplies Jones ambulance, and gifts for the bride-lo-be I to 3 sllre egg of tomato

ade a button bearing 30 without the home and hu.i' with friends. and possible rationing tomes only I will include only things which are 2 to 3 cllors of cucumber

is, 'I want to get mar- band and children yon had Miss Leila Parrish, who has, through a free press. It we do not I not too elaborate, and which can be Z linger strip of sliced cheese I

and wore it on my dreamed of be patient. Begin been visiting relatives here for wait for rationing but buy extra I packed In a small space in case 2 crabapple plcklrsMlnccllanrousi t'i'

by making friends If you are the past ten days has returned to amounts we weaken democratic she is to travel or take a small i

thy, concentrate on your inter. her home in Jacksonville. processes, deprive others of needed apartment by herself. 'I tt
goods and help raise prices. I olive
;oes on to tell me her est in other people not on Mr. und Mrs. E. S. Sapp visited "Carry packages. Shop for the [ What kind of showers then? Well Bllcce of hard-cooked

nd it is a hard and he- their apparent lack of interest Mr. and Mis. Carlton Chastainof neighbor-let her shop for you. A there are always the personal show. dressing eggeHalad

iry, in you And don't look: only Hampton Sunday afternoon. boy's wagon may do neighborhood era In which you give her )lingerie Paprika I
servicel"Extra! or other personal toilet items that
29," writes Caroline, for the man who has the posi daughter,Elizabeth Betty Jean Balalger of Jacksonville and.I efficiency in the kitchen Is 6YPATRICIA you know she needs or wants. leap cottage cheese in crisp lettuce }

y,tall, slender smart : tion and money you expect. visited her father, J. A. suggested by arranging to keep Another practical shower Is the cup arranged in center of 17
real fault of Look too for another lonely cookbooks nutrition study material DOW chilled salad
Get small
I'me.I' pout any : Harnage here last week-end. and household account books and Kitchen Gadget shower
person like yourself. Kathleen items like dish kitchen knives, Plate.J Then
My mirror shows me Johnnie Anderson of Jacksonville records on an accessible shelf in mops

straight nose, good Norris tells the charming was visiting his mother-In. the kitchen. forks, mixing spoons, dish cloths ..; around this canter -

lenty of brown hair story of a girl who had to take law, Mrs. Overstreet here Sunday. soap flakes, clothes pins and a few m. ;' arrange th. r
oh the initiative to "get her man." TIIERESSA sets of bowls. Glass sets are popular remaining foods
itth-my best feature-dull This girl is the By Mrs. II. D. May coming three In a set, ftttini r In neat symmet-
now happy N.ew"Sjore ManagerGlenn I
Joie rlcal fashIon-the
ui.expression that eyident- together in a nut so they don't take f -..
its Of!.' of a professor in a Californiacollege. /; ; 't. deviled
'Keep Dir and Mrs. D. W. Garrett of up much room. They're practical eggs opposite (%

ii the only daughter of a n Duke son-in-law of Mr. Griffin, Ga., are visiting relatives plus too, because they can be used the crabapple pickles, the {
.mIssioner and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, has accepted overlapping slice of cucumber next
kfw. father and a here. for baking dishes if you get the h
mother. When I was nine Justice had been done him. the poverty a position as store man- ( heut-reslstiint kind. to the apples and opposite the overlapping
for S. R. Johns & Son Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of slices of .
er was convicted of dis- and anxiety of the following ager fillingthe Include measuring cups and on the opposite

dos baling: this was not true years your mother's l"ng Illness, vacancy made by the ,resignation Lawtey and Mrs J. H. Hightower spoons custard cups and small skll side of the plate, bread triangles d

terward proved,but It ruineder. were all so many barriers betweenyou of Ernest Phillips who accepted I[>f Miami were visiting 1 D. J. PhIl- lets and pots In the kitchen gadget lopped with a slice of egg, opposite ,,

h He served a seven- and normal happy youth. Now a place with the Camp lips Thursday of last week. h shower. A new bride will appreciate each other 2 slices of cheese

erm, after which we three for the first time you are free to Blanding Fire Department.Mr. 7Il your thoughtfulness in getting opposite each the 2 olives. Garnish tl
Mrs. L.
G. J h
o and
[Into the mountains, and lived make your own friends and find your Duke Is from Gainesville, ( son. necessities like these for her. the cottage cheese with paprika, and it
Grady, and Mn Mildred Burch
Ued life and be where his father has been a merchant : pall french dressing with the salad.
for ten years. I own place you must not 1m ,were business visitors In Jack- The Kitchen shower Is xtra nice
tad except my mother. patient If it takes a little time. for many years. He has ionville Friday. Il '\ because you can carry out table If you prefer to serve a hot dish In,

father's name was cleared I.ook about you not for the attractive had several years' experience In t pttt decorations In the theme of the place of the salad plate, you'll like,

ere he died. He had plannedcome popular men of ,Just the the grocery business In Miami, Henry Hardee, who In stationed tutt shower. Make a bouquet of some this asparagus loaf In this versatile

s back and try to begin right age position, income to make and la at present an employe at it Ft. Benning, Ca., was visiting of the items for a centerpiece and combination with cheese and white
Ideal husbands but for soul the Post Exchange at Camp Blan- friends here over the weekend.Mrs. sauce:
>ut there was no time. After some use the dishcloths for doilies or I
a th, helped by the old friend perhaps as lonely as yourself,-with din&&; D. L. Raley and children place mats. .Asparagus Loaf

d 1 fought my father's cause as unusual a story, and be a good were shopping in Starke Friday. I Sewing Shower. (!Serves! 1))

years my mother and I friend to him before you expect him Don't "leatn It up to George." Mr. and Mrs. L,. J. Wynn of t ( UVhwI Spools of thread In a riot of bright I egts slightly b ales> '

the city and I studied book. to be one to you. Vote in the Bond Election next I Hampton were guests of Mr. and 1 colors tumbling out of an attractive I tablespoon butter

and stenography. We bad One way to find him Is through Tue-idaty. I hfrs.]! H. D. May Sunday. sewing basket can make the center- 4 tablespoons floor .

tie money; we lived In one church circles; or language or. study pleco for this party both novel and 1 cup milkleaspooa

nd' cooked our meals there. clubs. But the probability Is that he t economical. H salt

began to earn money every is in the group about you now either -' There's a variety of things to give
U tefspoosi
ollar meant a treat or the at the boarding-house table or t the bride in this kind of shower and peppel
feeling of paying off bills; in the office or somewhere in your SUCCESSFULPARENTHOOD I It none of them will strain the pocketbook 5 caps grated American eaouae
were Immediate vicinity. With the idea s IY cups floe soft bread crumb ,
sufficient to ourselves. Ir -needles, hooks, snaps, darn-
Mother Became pf giving friendship rather than ing thread thimbles etc.-all these 1 ((1-pouad) can asparagus) tips.
I seeking admiration make a few simple are "musts" on the bride's list Pimiento stripe
rears ago !P r
my mother devel-!
overtures this It I
I to man. Try
Drain Ij
Incurable malady. f u Recipe Showers.I asparagus, reserve liquid.
I on two or three at a time, so that '
lend who had saved the bride-to-be interested in Line bottom of buttered loaf pan y
I us once the law of average will be on your stJ I and if with half the h
borrowed enough< money to cooking? Most of them are asparagus tips. Place
r to the woods she loved for side. c If they are not. they will be soon. strips of pimIento between tips Melt
ainlng ten Prepare for Rebuffs. That's why recipe showers get butter, blend in flour and mix well.
months of her You won't have to do anything my MBS. CAIHTHllrt CONRAD EDWABMAuodato d
I "most popular" rating often. For Add milk and V4 cup of the asparagus -
S bee 1 have plugged as radical as wearing a badge bear. Uhof. f meals'' KOIBU l this shower you and your friendscan liquid and cook until thick stirring
away log the words "I want to get mar .
wily lraprovln Jobs l I gather together your most popular constantly. Add salt, pepper
: DOW "
liM a year live comforta- sled But you may have to over. BABY'S BEAUTY CARE and favorite recipes on cards and cheese and stir until cheese Is
4 come shyness and awkwardness and collect several melted. Fold In
have a few rood or In notebooks, or crumbs. Add gradually

Mao i think 00ht woman u tell| Inexperience as great as your own; Since there are numerous beauty comb Is not advisable at It often cookbooks to give the guest of honor to eggs and fold In remaining i

P t t two men. both married so be prepared for rebuf'ts.The columns for adults we shall review leaves a bleeding area. If the treat I Decorations. asparagus tips cut Into one-inch ;,

.P'neecl affection for moment you have his attention the minimum beauty care which a ment described Is not enough for Pretty. up your table with pastel pieces. Pour into loaf pan. place
Ire friend of whom me. : remember that you are tryingto baby should receive. The dally bad cases the family doctor will and white colors. This Is the timeto Into a pan of hot water and bake t
I have
Alter make him feel your Interest in warm soapy bath has long been a usually prescribe an ointment. 8135 nicest linen and most 1 hour in a moderate (3SO-degree: ) i
my use your
mother's death him rather than to win his InterestIn for American babies. It has been found that many
m. tradition ** lend daintiness to oven. Serve on a platter surrounded -
quietly china to
acquired before Buttoned Jumper fragile
a. of
anything faults posture are
do for you. His secret passion may be There aren't any new wrinkles ex. Color combinationsmay with watercress and overlapping
me was a pleasure te collections. that modem babies are immersed a child learns to walk. so pre. Pattern No. 1131 With 'Jumpers the occasion.
duck cept
shooting, stamp of tomatoes which
slices have been
aDee be had from the of be white used plentifully with
ventive exercises age
always fell a Then in water at a much earlier fitting Into every i wardrobe as the
find it out
i chess cooking marinated In trench
'lfecUou for or ; three weeks are now recommendedfor or pale yellow. Fresh dressing.
me. age than formerly. Baby oil to keep Indispensable basics for sports pink, green
I 1 wife and 1 are friendly, aI !- lead him on. the skin smooth and powder for Insuring a strong straight back business and school costumes-to- sprays of garden flowers, even In Your figure- conscious young f
I don't see either of them In California there Is a beloved comfort and sweet smelling are still and sturdy legs. Of course much Jay's pattern, presenting a smart small quantity add charm. guests. will appreciate the good news
Sh. has two professor who is regarded by his baby's toilet standbys. of a baby's exercising is instinctive new style In Jumpers with a classic about Ice cream. Recent tests show
r marriage and children i by a associates as a genius. He and his Great car should be taken to and all you have to do 1s provide at Blouse will be widely welcomed, that Ice cream has much less calories -
mI II wrapped up plain sweet, clever wife have three dry the baby well with a soft towel least two kicking periods a day. With straps designed to button In than other favorite desserts
and in The baby should be without cloth- buttons for the Lynn Says
the front and repeated
daughters and a son. It was 19 especially behind ears
[ other man Is is ing, lying flat on a table or bed model has Invigorating such as cake and pie, but nutritionally
an army cap- then lone- the folds of flesh. If moisture lido closing this an -
r. that the wife a
was stationed here without years ago left behind the ears friction of the. and allowed to kick and stretch. dash which will appeal to The Score Card: Egg production it is excellent
t r., Who II an invalid. These ly girl of about Caroline's age, deliberately ear against the side of the head Adding rhythmical arm and leg ill. The tailored blouse may be has been upped 15 to 20 per Ice Cream With Green Cage Plume

stances made me feel that I stopped at his desk as she will often make a sore area. It Is exercises helps toward balanced development made with full long sleeves or short cent to take care of national and (Serves ')
4 Without was leaving his laboratory class and little oil behind and fosters a sense of sleeves
attractIon a good plan to allied needs, so there will be no
e truth i 1. for men asked him whether he would dine the ears. rhythm without which life Is far i I Pattern No. 8139 Is designed for of this staplo Item. 1 quart of vanilla Ice cream
to know that few of them with her and her mother some eve Clean scalp, lubricated with babyoil more haphazard than It need be. I sizes 12 to 20. Size 14 Jumper requires shortage there have been 1 No. 2H can green gage plume
that I am alive. Se. After a few months of stretching I 3 30-Inch material Although rumors
r'Iknow" ning. His answer was an Inarticulate or scalp cream well brushed % yards : Drain syrup from green gaga
I would : arms and legs to a rhythmical i 54-inch. Blouse 2'/i yard of a tea shortage, tea will
never have which receives a sufficient quota lib!! yards ,
hair I plums. Arrange big spoonfuls of
Orate to roar. still to music) be rationed on a :SO cent bails
wear a button and sunlight will provide count (or better you IS-lnch materiaL per
an- asked him of air '
she ? Ice of
Two days vanilla cream in center a
ng my such simple back exe.-- : for
marriage. with well-groomed head. : can begin i to assure plenty summer,
World but Is there hungry state again He answered sourly that he the It baby the baby a develops what Is cases as raising and lowering the '-- thirat-quenching use. There is large glass bowl. Garnish.* surround -

Ice that you some less- had no time for social eniafements. known as "milk crust" or "cradle child to and from a sitting position. ,, enough/ tea In the country to last with plums. Serve Immeditely .

I home' I want could devise? I This time she said seriously and cap" the mother should not blame I The first exercise period should last I If.me................................ eight months, and In spite of the with a Jug of syrup, drained
someone to children: I slowly, "I am 28. I am lonely. If herself provided the scalp has been' about half a minute increasing with war. shipments are still coming from the can of plums.

to 10 about finding love and apolL' ever you feel yon would like me for kept clean. It Is usually an exces- the months until five minutes at six\ months of varied of A44r,................................ In from India and Ceylon. Plums may be rolled in shredded t
three to
Hari. Sol them? a friend will you lei me know I sive secretion of the sebaceous age exercises will be stimulating and The War Production board has almonds or finely chopped nuts If

(Un. you Be ImpaUent like you very much." glands of the scalp.it should If the be hair cut so is then relaxing. Of course these for. ...................................... allotted enough tin to the pineapple desired.
and heavy
C are only 29, and the She then went on her way.with a long be reached. mal exercises are in addition to Industry for this year's
tory itself
,sat being of 7our: lire account burning face and the simple wish that the scalp should be may softened with those which are his own idea. Ifa_01 pepel'....................... pack and operations for produc 7/ave you a particular" haunhold or j
far behind mOlt In her heart that the earth would The crusts the skin of your child'shands have been hiked cooking problem' on which you would
'our' wom- oil and a piece ot: linen cov- Keep tion In Hawaii
a I gIrlhood se In oPPOrtunJt, You open up and swallow her. But be. ered warm with the oil should be left on soft and smooth the cuticle Pattern If...,...... .,........... to the maximum. It is expectedthat ikt Chamber capes at advice Wasaern? IFntt Newspaper to Mm Union Lynn
no school she reached the campus gatesa Keep this In pushed down and the nails growingin
fore overnight.
friend will be somewhat
whom' to the of need 1, eenta 1e eMit (foe Z/lJ South Dftplamm Street Chicago
suited to shape
mss' form natural social clumsy figure in a top coat place by a little cotton hood. In a style For baby ..ea pett.ra d..tr.dl I. to-. it I curtailed because the governmenthas Union, pluming your prebtenuily
ends of the a
Those hair should be the angers.
were with spectacled eyes and rough the morning the scalp reserved about 28 cent of t'leaie lelraJdr..d
a ad shame year of and aU this can be accomplished at Patricia Dow Patterns. per la .r. .IIco.oINd., -
for yoU In the mOlt under an old cap. was beside her. washed with warm water pure. bath time with cold cream small I I New York, N. T. the pack for Its own purchase. rnvrlap for your reply.Rvlnwd .
9Y IF period of YOUr was carrying her bland soap, being careful to rinse 1M W. Inll 8L. by W....,,, fUwipaptt Unions
lorro\\1u life Your and the professor well with clear warm water. Removing scissors and cotton-covered orange

) death. Just after books. the crust forcibly with a stick. I ...- .

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Runaways Caught- IMPORTANT lJESS.GEConllnued ;I J. A. Graves Rites May Finish 261 Camp Chaps '

( from page one) By Last Of August To Have Chem
- ; i Placed In Jail Held TuesdayJames

are Interested only In those who According to D. W. McClellan Of Church Sent!
whose A Graves-"Jim," as hE
Many "grown-up boyti will take their job seriously It manager In the office of Wolfe- ,
chance to fall upon was known to his many friends .
( eye thin short might short story. can recall you are not willing to give unselfishly died Monday night June 8, at hl H McLeod Construction C o m p any the'nRev'Methodist' r;ebsenc_, at ,

+ when something went wrong In a few hours daily to this home near Graham. He was 6 which has the contract, progresson chaplains from Caw\

I5 Vt their hearts or something "seem- effort please do not start This yearn of age and death came a s Road 261 from Starke to will bring oral<:

ed" to go wrong at home, and Is not play but Is a most serious the result of a heart attack. He Likes Blanding is highly satla- "'
Born In Acworth, Ga., Ml. 'lUrcb
and "ran away" the
{ they packed up business on the part of our clvl factory. 11 0 clock
; y pti for a night and were only too Graves had lived In the Graham Fred R sel'\'jct

? ,( glad when they were brought Man population.It section for the past 40 or :10 completion of the road within 90 It Is expected Edgar WIU;
of Is to be hoped that the sections He was an Industrious The Navy and that
"i back. At leant part such a years. h working days actual construction others. from lit
F' scene wan enacted at. Starke last of the county where a postIs warmer and was known as a began May 28. on the the ;CIIUJ

C week-end. not in operation will Immediately "good' neighbor" and a value Actual ''working days, Mr. At program.
"I just wanted to show you how take steps to select 'a chief citizen:: in the community. He evening boar

P n# quick I could find you.." was theN observer and at least 20( observe was a member of the Christian Fine, S McLeod stated Wednesday "would Herbert al MacComblt,I

r unfatherly response of one man to serve under the chief. We shall Church '..' : __ exclude Sunday holidays) and chaplain will deUR

t" + to hid son early last Sunday call on each town or section ot Mr. Graves! Is survived by his ," where' It rained eo much that mon and It Is e

morning. "I missed you at 3 o' the county with the organization widow Mrs. Maude Graves; three ;c',' more than half the day was lost" large audience wiU

), h clock and had you In Jail! at 4," of these poets I n mind. Pleas sons, T. A. Graves, Sampson City. Thank .,, ,'.:fl! be said. Although that would In Profit by hi, <

; he said. Here Is the story as cooperate with us by making a Olin Graves Daytona Beach, and ;1 ,.' .t' .":;r' reality give the Company until The pastor is attA

pieced out from the combined start before we tea you. We fur Felton Graves Wuucbul.i; and '::. the last of August to complete nual Conference or lilt

*' Aar stories of J. B. Rowe lallor and thur wish to Impress upon you two d a u g hters. Mrs. Wllllard "JfI". ,"" the road, It was brought out that Church at Florida
y J "'" 80m
e A. L. Arvarei,'chief of police. that a pout which operates poorly Smith, Windermere, and Mrs. J.-P You : a chances were good that traffic lege Lakeland, and

( r About 3 A. M. Sunday Chief or does not report planes 21 hours Summers Graham. would be going over It by the last either Sunday or 11!

F Alvarez was called to the telephone dally. Is not worth the effort of Funeral cervices were held ., of July or first part of August, other services wU! k

4 and was told that two a few and Is completely worthlessto Tuesday afternoon at five o'clockIn even though the surfacing would usual.

1 Yy ,i boys from Jacksonville about 13 the Interceptor Command. A the Graham Christian Church not be entirely finished.

s' i yearn of age had run away from pout must operate the clock with the Rev. W. C. Burton of When completed there will be Revival ClosesThe

t/ home and had bought round-trip around, efficiently and Intercut ficiating. Interment was In Ded- two 24-foot lanes with a 28-foot

bun tickets to Starke. He at once edly or it will be valueless. Whilewe an Cemetery under the directionof parkway between. However a 40- revival mewla.

telephoned the down-town police trust that we shall never receive the Wilson. Funeral Home of l foot road from the corner of Call been In progress at 11II

and sent W. E. Thornton and a calling card from Hitler, Lake Cit>. and Cherry streets to the Florida Lake Baptist Chuitli 1
Fred in search of the boys Hlrohlto Armed forces ten days
Sapp or our are Power & Light Company about a under the let|
*m.A h.... hAil _liiufr Arrived and the certain that we will it might be PermitsW. the Rev.
lr i ,rr .e Building mile east of town will be com- Jimmy Cttt;!
; r-found near -tb-courthouse Bradford Let' be Wednesday
kt r boys I County. ready pleted at once.Although night
f; and placed In the County T. McCann. June 9, $499.50to Grstton Cooper now enjoying a short leave at his home here, l.. work was not' begun Sunday School will bi

>ht Jail till morning. I Another Good Turn build kitchen at the rear of: typical of the many Bradford County boy now tuning Uncle SamIn until May 23 and although it has the Church Sunday u j
About 9:30: ( A. :M., after Mr. and at 12
his diner at the of Call J
corner there
the t... S. A"a,'y. G rat ton, a former B. II. S. football player Is rained a good deal, and much Ml
1, r Rowe had given the boys a warm By YWCAUSOA and Cherry streets, building to be time had be i Ing by the pastor
breakfast, both fathers and mother 33x14: feet in size and comply enthu i silc over life In the Navy, like hU work, and would bet his to spent-In clearing I Tillman.

? came from Jacksonville for few weeks ago a Telegraph with all the regulations of the /la..t dollar on Uncle Sam's chances of winning the war-that Is, If away nine large oak trees in one I

"l 1 sNr + the boys. "Are /'t you a pretty reporter along with 200 or 300 State Board of Health: D. G all other able-bodied )'oungn join up to do their part ae the men block between Cherry and Churchon I STENOGRAPHERS:gd I
Call street two _
face"? one of the mothers said other persons was Indulging In or three milesof PADS 13c flll'b-BI
Kelly Esq. June 9, $499,50 for already In uniform are doing.
N 1 to her boy. "You don't know how that pleasant ( ?) profitable ((1)) concrete residence on lot 5 I in : rock have already been laid. COUNTY TELEGBWHAT '!

much worry and expense you have pastime of waiting for a Sunday Temples Addition. t

cost us," wild ,another parent. I afternoon bus at the local bus station

They took the runaways back when a very ordinary scene
t' : home. 'greeted his vision. For surely On Buying TripMr.

:4 i there 1 is nothing extraordinaryabout and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterwere

t ))34. Officials Will Go a woman taking a baby In on a buying trip in Orlando
her arms and assisting the mother Tampa and St. Petersburg Monday -

To Tallahassee and another child Into a taxicab and Tuesday. Among many

,, and driving off with them. other things. Mr. Carpenter mentioned -

'' At the request o f Governor But when one happens to know the fact that there is a : .

1' SpesKurd L. Holland and Comptroller the lady who was thus assisting, fine candy factory at Davenport
sj t J. M. Lee V. G. Phillips and which makes candles from
t that the others In the picture wholly
't President of the State Association
were strangers not only to him Florida citrus! fruits.
r'', yJt of County Commissioner, has but also to her he Is anxious to He conceived the Idea of a window -

+ 1, summoned the various officials of raise the curtain and glance for display at his store devoted

r Bradford County to Tallahassee an Instant behind the scenes. exclusively to Florida products,

}-S r r for a meeting at 10 A. M. Saturday Hence after several weeks!! of effort Including orange blossom honey
qt In the House Chamber of the
t'Y a (for she Is a busy woman), reserved kumquats, tan g e r Ine ; DO YOU NEED
Ys i Capitol. ""The purpose of this he got In touch with Mica Charlie marmalade, guava jelly etc.
meeting, the letter stated, "Is to Mae Carter executive secretaryof
study all tax and budget problems
w now confronting county assessors, CLASSIFIEDFOR
4)). for the story. And It Is just
t boards of Public Instruction and
t R one of a series-for such things -
Boards of County Commission
occur many times in the run ofa RENT-Large 6-room house .
"[r ers. month.A furnished. Hot and cold water.C. I ,
L .
According to the
; request the soldier from Texas was sta- R. Whitehead Lawtey. ItFOR .
following officials from Bradford
s tioned at Camp His IN
i County: are urged to attend: T. SALE Trailer modernly ', ,, ; .. ,
+ wife
two small babies came :' : : ... '
yiS { Frank Lundrum county attorney;; See H. A. ,
la to be near him. He had no equipped. Snyder 'i
A. J. Thomas clerk of the circuit r
Starke Dry Cleaners & Laun-
money but had] been able to secure ,
court; E. W. Hayes, tax
f4 assessor; dry. It
t 1 a reasonably-priced room for .
U Carl A. ,
Knight tax collector; W. 'v .
them at Waldo. He
was negotiating
1>1. Edwards chairman of the LOST Red butt-headed cow.
a loan from the Red Cross
It4 Board of County Commissioners; Marked.crop split one ear,
Camp Blanding and while
and either S. !51. Sparks chairman straight spilt in other ear.
+y'' of the Board, or Dr. W. E. these negotiations were going on White bushy tall $3: reward.
the Red Office
t Vlddleton, county superintendent Executive there L. V. Waters. Brooker. :3-29_4tp Supplies
got In touch with Miss Carter, I
i ;ryw of the Board of Public Instruction
asking her to ,render this !
,t'.dYd.f7i or both."Governor. serviceto HLP: WANTED -male and fe- .
his family. male-24 v o I u nteer airplane .
S H o 11 I a nil also requests -
; Ii ," the letter continues "that She gladly met them at the bus spotters to work two hours a I

you give thought now t o any station got a taxicab and ''took day-two working together-

problems that have arisen as a them to the YWCA. There they and help keep the Jape and
"' all had a good hot shower Germans from bombing
t'' result of the new tax assessment and your .. .
program or due to the war or freshened up a bit; Miss Carter's Country and killing your friends. .'..

other causes and advise! me so assistants got a bottle of milk and destroying their property.H. .

that study; may be given such and fed the babies and entertained A. Carlton, chief air raid r i' : .
1 .
problems prior to the meeting them while the mother got warden Care Bradford County '. 1 1,
here June 13." some much-needed rest. "T hey Telegraph Phone 29. tf : L

created quite a sensation around 'j
Miss Carter .-
+ Wolfe-McLeod said. milk cows stock cows, beef '

r In New OfficeThe cattle stock bulls or hogs!', get I. .
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr., "

Wolfe-McLeod, Construction Parole Officer Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake <:. .

't Company which Is building the Speaks At Rotary City;; Telephone 481 Lake City. :
first 21-foot lane of the 8-mlle Auction market every Thurs I .

Road 261 to Camp Standing, L. R. Bristol I Institutional! day on all classes of live stock .. t.'I. CALL ,. ,- ..
moved Its headquarters yesterday parole officer at the State Prison at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. \ : '' ," ; 1
from Camp Blanding to Starke. Farm near Starke. was guest 58.43 : 29f .! 'Ii
.; A speaker at the ,
small office has been built on Rotary Club Wed- SITUATION WANTED-female. ". '
i the former site of the Trianon nesday. Explaining the new Experienced young white wom- "'"

Building ft Supply Co., at the in.xys' Florida parole system which was an desire position as housekeeper 1,' .
i ter ecUon of the Seaboard railroad recently placed In effect. Mr. r" ,
in nice
home. References.Mrs. .
ft* and Road 48-where Bristol stated that the Florida .
S } the i law Is Robert Langston, Box 407 ."-x, j
i building and lumber yard were undoubtedly the most pre- Starke. ::: -

r burned. I fect legislation governing parole Itp .1 ,\:', '). t.'"

a, : Tn the office are D. W. McClet1 that has yet'been devised. FOR SALE-On highway between ...,.\ -",. '. ; '
i .
), an. manager; B. S. Dickman, The speaker emphasized the Starke and Lawtey. 12 acres ;;:. '11 .
1iJ ,
1IJ:, '
7 bookkeeper; and Lon Wise office fact that it costs only $60 or $70a cleared land for $600. Terms ", -:,:....,.". ., ,
,, y
uiHlstant.! It Is nothing new for year to maintain a man on $12 down and $12 per month.J. '.

y Wolfe-McLeod to have headquarters parole, as against $310 a year for L. Harrell, Lawtey Fla. Arr.;
4. In Starke. It was, located Ins keeping him in prison. 6-12 4tp "" :'iX :>

Lex Green's old office on the site He ,
S urged a atti
,11i ,
of the new Victory FOR SALU! --5-burner Nesco oil
building on tude on the part of the communities ,'.
I Call street during the time It was In stove with oven. Good condition.
t building employment to .-Mrs. E. E. Canova; 222
the roads within
; Camp. parolees: and helping them to re Walnut St.. Starke. Itp
': gain a useful place in society.
m FOR SALE-house trailer com-
m tI pletely furnished, good tires.
Contact Miss aiartlneau. Main

Post Exchange, Box 933 Camp > We
Blanding. it Have It
FOR SALE-Gorfd feeder pigs.-

M-E See W. C. Conner, Route 2. '

Starke. Itp ,. < .
wt YOURSELf! :, "
Fine Income "
'," .
property on one of main business '- ,
Nf s II:.. streets. Recently decorated 'r J.-\ .
+ ,
." Every person in America may Inside and out. Spacious ten ; /C : ." .
; ,',
f not fly over Tokyo, but everyone's rooms, two baths large sleep "
J In ', '. ;:" f
Y r ; porch garage. Most desirable
{ P' dollars! '
can help .
producethe '
'" ;
property that ; :
can be .,.. ,' .
,- / ''oe
bombing planes that dJt bought In Starke. Reason for ," '; ," '. '{'tI.'" '., !,J/t/> Jf.

selling:; Too many other In- .. w.
You you you. can join the attacks on Tokyo by savingat terects. Easy terms. Address "
least 10'% of your pay in War Bonds-by joining your Owner Box 266 Starke. lip ,r, t-

1' ? company's pay-roll savings plan today or going to your 'OK RENT-modern trailer, furnished -

,r c local bank or post office and buying War Savings Bondsat throughout. See Mrs. F,

i least 10%/ of your pay-every: pay, day. J.View Oliver cafe right on the back Camp of Blan Lake

ding highway. itp Bradford
Remember you can start buying War Bonds by buying County'Telegraph

S War Stamps for little FOR RENT- Two rooms not
.4 as as lOc and that you get a $25 modern or celled. 31.23: per

War Bond (maturity value) for only $18.75. week. Drive north on Highway

r) 13 to John Hege filling station,

@ turn left and take first road to
__ ___ ___ U.S.Trfanrj Dffartmtml right. Inquire for Mrs. Russell
at first house. it


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4 Air Thrust at Alaska and Midwayas I

el .
Reprisal for Doolittle Raid -
tt," ; -- --------

*So! Declares War on Balkan Nations; WHEAT Wickard Gets STORAGE BinsThe : Safe Passage Was Guaranteed l

'IK'if Smashes Reich War Industries answer to a question that has
troubled Secretary of Agriculture

,,, Claude R. Wickard for weeks
tlip, .. ..... .. past
I. the .1.
ITOR's i'/IHE-W.'/lb. ..W. ualy.pietai" ... ... ..p........11' .. Ibis ..ss! ,':;,. came from the War Production
aa..f Worsen board In the form of a "Yes."
by -
i :::::: Author "How
4 I _- The "Yes" was that he can have of to Win Friend \
1 a large supply of lumber and wire
r and "
: of nails to build bins on thousands of Influenct: People. ,

OleR M'A farms for storage of 200 million 'J

bushels of excess wheat N%
" 1)tf With grain elevators already .. V q1.
a pressed for storage space and transportation _

"" facilities straining under a
war-time peak the problem of whatto .s'' 'tR01iPIING80U fit HOW TO LOSE i A" SALEIn t
do with surplus wheat ,
a was becoming .
China I found
II once two sentences in the Shantung r
a With'an estimatednew 1 -! t tv News
Daily that I
want to
crop of 811 million bushels added 4 \r
to a 630 million bushel carryover "If you want to kill a sale just say or do something, t

the United States would have 1,441 that makes your prospect feel inferior. Often it is much
000,000 bushels this summer. smarter to say 'ain't' than 'isn't.'. f

t :" Domestic consumption and Imme- Isn't that just as true of human nature In Connecticut

to f diate shipments abroad would take as in China? If you want to kill a sale, criticize::: something I
721 million bushels. Of the 718 million Guaranteed and ranted safe passage from Lisbon through sub- your prospect has already bought. Show him what bad, w

Iarp btu ,1 7 r bushels remaining,storage: space New Infested York'waters sky-line, the Swedish-American as tugs dock her at liner Jersey Drottlaf City holm to discharge loom against diplomats judgment he has used, what a fool he has been. Tell him

Ir I would be available for 500 million newspaper men and refugees front Axis countries. Nine hundred about the fine golf' score you made last Saturday. Make
bushels. The remaining 218 million and eight persons were aboard Including women and children him realize that he is such a dub he ought to give up the
I bushels would have tn HA .IM..
-- game. Brag about the sales contest you won. If he startsto

n I nails.farm bins built with lumber and BKOOKERIty SANDSLANE discuss politics-boy, there is your chancel! Open up

d with both barrels. Don't wait for him to finish what he is
GASOLINE : Mm. Kldon HardyMHS. lly Ida Itulh AlldredgeMies saying. Bust right into the middle of a sentence. Let him

; IIXZKN ENTKKTMNSMrj : = Ida Ruth and Mary Joyce know that he is talking to an economist who knows every

l1 I harbor and town of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, V. '$. naval base Permanent RationsFrom E J. Hazen was hostess Alldredge spent last weekend In thing, from how to solve the relief problem to how to bal.ance

I' Japanese bombers, la shown above. The air and naval base Washington came the announcement to the Thursday Bridge Club at Lake Butler with filendsKverette > the budget. In other words, make him feel thor.. i

" (mtcns Japan' northern flank and forms a "springboard" for that a permanent gaso- her home last week. : Green left Sunday for oughly inferior. Do that and you will kill your sales and

[offensives against Nippon_Is_around the point to the,left. line rationing system had been devised Lovely flowers were attractively 'Lakeland to visit his daughter make your former friends cross the street to avoid meeting r
'r by the Office of Price Administration arranged In the and '
living room Mrs. C. F. Yoeman. you. i J g

kA FRONT .' RAIDS ON REICH: for the East coast that porch. Mrs. Aronlza Bradley and( Margaret '- One of the most disastrous defeats of the Civil war was 6

: : RAF Soivs HavocAs would 2,880 entitle miles motorists oMravel to annually an averageof Mm Sanford Rltch won high Sikes were visiting Mltw Ida, caused very largely by a general who made his officers i
Strike or while Mls. Madeline Crosby won Sweat and Mrs. K. E. Green Sun-
about 55 miles weekTyTIt and men feel inferior. General Pope had won a few battles ,I:
air raid after air raid by the
J been expected ever since RAF low. day afternoon. out West and had captured an island in the Mississippi. '
wrought destruction in the : was indicated that the
Doolittle's spectacular air heart of German would become system Delicious cake and Ice cream Miss NelL! Mue Alldiedge/ Is lie felt he was a reincarnation of Julius Caesar, Hannibaland
war producing effective on July 15.
were served at the conclusion of upending this week with Mr, and all rolled of
into The
last April Japaneses Napoleon one. incompetency ,
Japan areas the pattern of this newest of- Observers were of the opinion that
the AmericanDutch the game.SOC7hTY. Mm Frances Gllllnm of Staike General McClellan had driven Lincoln almost to despair, '
at fensive
struck became Increasingly clear; the new plan might serve as a model 'i
( Harbor, Alaska. The smash the industrial plants that pro- I for natlon-wida gasoline rationing : NOTES Mr. and Mia Bascom Will him* lie relieved McClellan and gave the army to Pope. .'

I attack occurred within six duce materials for Hitler's armies; when that measure Is deemed essen- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and I and children were shopping in The promotion went to Pope's head like a quart of

1 each other. dislocate the railways that carry tial to conserve rubber tires. daughter, Miss Betty Jo Webb, of Gainesville last Friday Vodka. lie began by rebuking the soldiers of the army of It

tot that fighter planes acted these products to his forces in Russia : The new plan would eliminate the Jacksonville were visiting lends, > Mrs L A, Moore and( daugh- the Potomac for their inaction and he insinuated that they

the bombers on their ; shake the Nazi civilian morale. controversial "X" cards entitling here Monday. ters, floss KilHIi: and( Mrs Lois were a lot of infernal cowards. lIe bragged about the vic

located that the Japs came How well these objectives were their holders to unlimited quantitiesof Mr, and Mrs Hugh Hahn and I Cox, of Miami were visiting lolls! tories he had won out West and swore that he was used to

rcraft carriers, since the succeeding was Indicated by British gasoline daughter, Myrna Lou and Mr. Ida Sweat Sunday afteinoon seeing the backs of his enemies lie declared that his

Jeremy Island is 1,400 miles communiques. A damaging raid on LABOR FRONT and MIH O. J. Molt of Ralford. Mrs Genevieve Bryan. of Jacksonville headquarters would be in the saddle. He issued so many .r
lir beyond the range of flghtjcance Cologne was followed by two crip- : were dinner guest of Mrs. Jim and Mrs Mildred Phillips' proclamations that he was soon called "Proclamation'
pling blows at Essen in the Ruhr Lett is Denounced I. of Staike, thl'h'mothel' '" ''' t
Mott were vMtlng
Sunday. III..!,,itaaQsratga; ..'' ''' TTTrraciWhat : 'r! ''
pope. -- -
valley concentration point for half ""
of the Jap attack on Accusing his Miss Millie Anna of' Mrs. Annie Sanders, Sun
former close Conway
of Germany's heavy war Industries friend effect do you suppose all this had on the soldiers Ii;
t formidable American bas- and associate John L. Lewis headof Palatka la spending the Hummer day.
Bremen the Reich's second largest who were supposed to face death at his command? "Proclamation" l
Ithe Aleutian Islands is that the mine workers of being "Hell with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Alma Thomas Is spendingthis
port was next on the schedule.In Pope had made his men feel inferior; 6
the Aleutian archlpela- bent on creating national confusionand Mm." J. P. Roberts. week 1 n Jacksonville with sOlrl.
raid, Brit- vates and oflicers alike despised him. Their
first Essen
Itrosi Japan's exposed north- the 1.033 national disunity" Phillip Murray Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholater lends and relatives.
ish planes converged over the Krupp "Proclamation" Pope was one of the reasons for the disastrous -
He. They offer an effective CIO
president and and
sponsored a res- children Guy, Jr. Tommy Waters. of Lake Duller '
munitions works showering down of the Union at the second battle of
board" for defeat army
eventual ofteniamst olution declaring that Lewis Is "at- Vivian of Jacksonville were visitIng was the guest of Mrs. Annie
Nippon. 3,0od tons of explosives and Incendiaries. tempting to sabotage the defense I Mrs. Rosa Plnholater Sunday. Green Sunday. Bull Run-a defeat so overwhelming that if Lee had only I r

jutrallzing Alaska and knock- The second installment. In program and spread the spirit of de- Vivian remained for a longer pursued Pope's demoralized army he probably could have 'I
|American air bases Japanotect the nature of a mop-up was designed featism. visit. with her slitter, Mis. S. C. Har- captured the army of the Potomac, taken Washington and ,

Its flank delay indefl- to slow down Nazi repair ef Murray charged that Lewis proposed Mrs Daisy Fisher and d/Uigh-/ ley; New York, and perhaps have won the .Civil war for the ;

le poiiibility of American In- forte to him that they go before' ter, Fianclne, of the State form Miss Sarah Poythreaa of,Starke South. t : I '
Ivia this route and shut off While German propaganda continued of the the CIO convention in Detroit last : were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,R. 11:. spent the week-end with her slater Is there a little "Proclamation: Pope" In your office or

liicatlons and supply lines to to minimize the extent fall and tight President Roosevelt's I Hazen and family Thursday after Mm' E. M, Brlnnon. on your sales force It so, why not cut this out and tack it : "I
I in the event of a Nipponeseon raids the outlook was undeniably foreign policies. He said he rejected noon of last week. Our farmers are rejoicing over on the bulletin board. Don't be afraid of hurting his feelings i

[ Siberia. gloomy. the proposal as "treasonable. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and the good rains that have fallen He probably will never dream that it was Intendedfor \
layslant/ But the Reich Itself was not the The CIO blast followed by only a son of Hampton Lake were visit for the past week. They were him.
only target of the British planes. In few hours a pledge from Mr. LewIs ing Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hazen much needed for all farm truck
"J Jap task forces undertook one 12-hour daylight period the of his full support of the war ef Sunday.Mr. t
pit on Midway Island nearest RAF hurled more than 1,000 planesIn fort and flat rejection of criticism and Mis Dock Thomas of
Im base to Japan 24 hourse relays over northern France fan- that his policies are inimical to vic Jacksonville spent last week with r,

| Dutch Harbor assault the ning the flames of revolt among Cory.HANGMAN'S'. Mrs.. Alice Thomas and family

\ power of American air and : French patriots. Mr. and Mrs J. W, Clews- and _
|:rcnjth manifested Itself. 1 : daughter Marjorie Sue of Jack I

| al 1 Chester W, Nimitz com- WAR BONDS : Czechs Pay PriceREINHARD soitvllle spent Sunday with Mr,

of the Pacific fleet an- Needed"Do and Mrs. O. W Bany MarjorieSue
I that his forces had dam- More Sales remained with her' grandparents Now It's EASIER to Get aNEW

battleship and an aircraftand I really need what 1 am going for the summer vacation.
I exacted a heavy toll offt to buy? Can't I do without it? ft barb. Oscar Rhlmes and son,
planes Won't It wait until after the war?" Billy are visiting her sister Mrs'

Americans were urged by Secre- R. Dukes of Dukes Station.
"AN FOES: tary of the Treasury Henry L. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of CHEVROLET

\ Acts genthau to ask themselves these Orlando were visiting Mr and

dent questions before making any pur- Mis., M. M. Hazen Sunday.
Roosevelt asked for and chases. The point of the secretary'splea Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and
la s declaration of war by was that the buying of war ..a Miss Carolyn Williams of the
Y s on the three
Nazi-stoogo bonds transcends any other pur- 'State Farm were week-end guestsof
ents of }
: Hungary
mania. chase. j 4etrk' Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bitch

hhome "Any man of' woman who chooses and son. Gene, and Mr. and Mrs.L. .
front this newest war this time to go on a buying spreeIs A. Brown. b
Rant a general round-up of committing an act of sabotage {, t : Mrs. Bill Nichols and daughter,
I aliens of
these nations and a effort," Mr. Mor- and Miss Madeline Crosby
W of their against our war : Patsy, .'
funds genthau said In a nationwide radio : spent Monday I n Starke with r V
h -
European front it was cal- address. friends.

r to produce a two-fold effect Unnecessary spending he added Mr. and Mrs. L. W Barry and

fa ration underline closer American drains money from the defense program children spent the week-end\ with
with Russia which price relatives In High Spring
P> desired such ah action and creates greater HEYDRICII
Inflation. More
sure and encourages "Uulcher oJforavia" '
Jule morale.hearteningly it to the So- and more purchases of war bonds, HIGHLANDBy :P I IIfI

1 Hitler's would serve no- he said are the antidote. Reprisal measures which followedthe Miss Ileth Wimberly
| Balkan allies wounding of Reinhard ("The
eel 7 could of their not escape the con- NAVY BILL: Hangman: ) Heydrich la Prague bya Mr\ and Mrs\ Leonard Norman i
association with Czech patriot, increased in swiftness had the misfortune to lose their
however, expected Amer- Billions for ShipsTwo and severity when the news of 11-months-old baby, Tuesday. In-

f" effort against the three facts of prime significance to the death of this sadistic executioner terment took place at Oak Grove *"
pmiei to **
go beyond speeding stood The shooting of hun- Cemetery Wedneiday with ser' i* imuch
mentj of the future conduct of the war became public.
3ia essential materials out in the provisions Included in the dreds of Czech! suspected by the vices at the Church. The Rev M. easier

new $10.4 2.000.000 naval expansion Nazis of complicity in the plot to A. Knight was In charge.C. .
WEAPONS : program over which congress deliberated rid the world of Heydrich was re- M. Griffis was a visitor to it has been for months
Jacksonville Monday.
as a means of giving ported.
lias Plenty United States the largest navy in Ironically enough the "butcher ofMoravia" Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mart and

ndIng power of Uncle Satn'disclosed the world. died In much the same son Billy of Mima arrived Fri
was day for a visit with Joe Marr and
of unfortunate
The emphasis hundreds
1. as
In a report of These facts were: manner
ecretary of War construction of aircraft hostages he had ordered shot In family. They returned to their
Robert P. on the need the good dependable long-term transportationAND
son, who revealed that the carriers; and 2. The absence of battleships France Holland Belgium Norway home Sunday.Mrs. NEW You ,
hal all *the from the proposed naval Poland and other countries duringhis H. Wlmberly spent the A fine with
weapons It will new car
broad under can hated career.Hardbitten week-end here with her family returnIng MORE a new Chevrolet give you. .
? present '
J shipping building program.The
t ions and enough to Heydrich earned the to her daughter's Mrs. N. and with Chevrolet's
in the United arm every program clearly Henker" T. Green Monday for a couple LIBERAL CAR new tires-new battery-new parts-
States. Nations high command'sbeIlef soubriquet of "Der or
the United
Patterson said the army to- that aircraft and fast lighter hangman of the Nazi regime by reason week's Paul visit McMechln, Seaboard AirLine RATIONINGRULES outstanding economy of operation and upkeep.
e1Ulres of repressive
PEr twice as many light .ships equipped to fight submarines of his ruthless application block operator here, spent .
tOOO measures-usually the tirIng have been relaxed and liberalized
men as It In winning regulations
xtenllve Use of did before will be a determining factor squad or the gallows-against Monday In Waldo with his par- Rationing

parachuteVAGE the war. those who dared challenge Hitler's ents.Mrs. recently announcedby it's much easier to get delivery now than it has
The naval building program in- D. C. Reid and Mrs 0. P. A.

h PROGRAM : troduced by Chairman Carl Vinson would rule.The successful attack on this Nazi Franklin Bell of Maxvllle. were now make it much been for months. Better see us-today!
committee vlnitors
oar provide $8.300.000,000 for more than leader and Mrs. Will Hodges and easier for eligible I
In German-
of unrest
: co-operation with over and of Lake Butler visited
fighting ships children to
age program 500 new countries spirit ready buyers got
cf scrap metals to speed and rubber up the above the current two-ocean navy aircraft to occupied flame high when Reich reverses friends In the Clay Hill section delivery of new FOR tHESE TIMES -iUY A NEW CHEVROLET
I Include many Saturday.The .
,f th al William L. Batt- chat'- plan. carriers It would cruisers destroyersand make possible organized uprlslns.nJU.KE Rev M. T. Knight of Max- ChevroletsTorode' Cut M.i..nc. Cfl. Cwt-O.o.-0)n4-Oit) C.. '''It C .......n' '.,n..

w/rqUirement committee convoy escort ships specially vllle held regular services at the

t that Production board, equipped to fight submarines. EVERY Baptist Church Sunday morning
;cb: and must get ready Representative Vinson reportedthat DAY with a good attendance.A Chevrolet Co.
,Batt disclosed pray. 100 new warships will Join the week's revival meeting will
war that many ea- fleet during the remaining seven start at the Highland Baptist r

clared materials that"our are now short months of this year. He predictedthat i DAY Church Sunday nlgttt. AU visitors
'I civilian econ- navy program welcome.
fan going the two-ocean Starke Floaida
on a m1n1mum 24 months. Water
In of
race standard would be completed STOP SrENDING-SAVI OUAJS Mlaa Pearl Permenter ,
Oak section spent last week here


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1t (! Hill .Mo. IH.1I NOTICE of PE'4 It E'1I ofNdV14 2 6 21 10 JI(. .I. Alvarea .97 W 49 ft of N 120 ft of

y, That I. D VlnlnK, holder', of 4-9t h. S\u Of'SIJI,. .f SW!. & 3 8 "I .0 W n. Slrlckland 4.117 839'fl; of N 159 ft of Ifel'I

I) the Tax 7th day Certificate of July No A. D.142 18SO.I..u..d has sold Nntlca at public Ia. hereby auction given on the that I.t the day following ot July A.deecrlhed D. 1942 .t lands tllark.will. th b.e. SW NEyof.Lot NJo'i.$W''&"+ I'ItE'L.' .ofNV4 6 8 21 120 U. .. Kolllnc 7.18 S 'ft'ft of N 837 ft of Leo,.. .,

1 1 filed name In my office and has. of Br.dtord State of Florida to pay the amount due for tax. & NW" 't9 Lot
,,1 deed to County .tllI.r of such sale .nd ,V c.t HW'p ot NE' ExN4 Vt"ofN Robe?, -
+ made BM>llatlon for jIIU herein set opposite to the same. tu with all Costa :; S 89 ZT8 ft of
IP'b be I..."... thereon. Said rertlfIrateembrace alv..rll"lnlf. 5 A 1tNot.tl 10 6 21 30 Wm (Cap) Thomas 3.16SWL' Lot 6
Es 1""alll..
t 1 y7t h In the the following County of Bradford dencrlbejfproperty Uewrlptloa .".... oft ot NW'of NE'
Slate of Florida, to-wlt. .. land N.Twp.Hg.' A.... Owaee .r.... oA ('.." HW\I.\ &.., NWI. 0 IC 8 21 40 I.eeter Crosby 3.28 of Lot 6

SKM:\ of SW' I!...... 13 Twp.. 6R. 8. elf NW4 22 6 20 110 Mrs. Annie Alvarez .26 Lot t 9. 16 SBn,
21 E containing 40 Acre m toreOF 1t4nf 8W' 26 6 19 '80 Empire Lumber Co ..7G l NE': ''} of NE,4' 22 1 20 110 1:1. M. McRae S.U Lot 12 Llul ; ;uurfcwJi
t leas.t All H'4 of fE',4 S of N W sv rior! of NWL( Com; on N line of Sec W 'am.
orT of the nald I 19 I.umb..r Co. 2.82Fr..a Beg .t loll:
P6' j I annennment properly River 200 23: 60 ft E of Ry
Empire 21.0 N of SW\o .f I44 4
under the said certificate l I...- N4. 0 19 Lumber C'o. W Track A run E 1600ft
J surd wan In the name of Empire a... I 19 no mplr. Lumber Co. U..6 run N 68 degrees line. thence. 8 parallel
/t t'' 2' Lumber. Company. WWIgH NE4 & Wh ofSE" 1311 n to Sec
: with 1000 ft thenceW
y Union. nald certificate; shall be a 7 19 180 Mrs. JIf. D. Harrell 0..11511 thence N 1170 It to NW Ry angle
W, d redeemed according to law the / (, o) S'D 01 NEI, l0 7 III CO Lloyd11Barrydtnt 3..8E4 eor of NW% ef It$Wtl'II 1500 at ft thence N
therein will b* 1 18 10 thence E
dencrlbed K.
14- of
property : y4 1 A parallel with Ky 632
( Ex
/ : 86(1 tt 10 Beg
i ..olcf to the hlghent bidder at the ot NW'NE'40 of
(1 ; : 3-4 ft to Bear 23-24 5SEVi M 20
'I l' ,ttt courthouse door on the first Mon 14WV\ &: MW% of 8.IC V. 10 7 U 180 Empire Lumber Co 11.25 on N side Cut& Xx 4 7 21 1 Mary C. I'III.rd 4,88 of NWU E* 14 AIn H T. Bennttt

+ day In the month of July 1JJ42. NWVS ot NW'' 11 1 18 CO Lloyd Barry C.&I 2AAI nA NE I 24 B 23:
I 1J,3 r which I I. the 6th day of July 1912.I W." of $E34 .. NE4 of In Cor of & :rfJNcr: of 26 Unknown
I+ Dared thin 28th day of May, 1942 R1o:tA II 7 19 120 lfr. B..ula" H.rrell 18.80 of NW% of HW"c 12 T. H Hill 3.40 NH 8EH
I 7 of NWV. of 8EU U G 22
Lumber Co. 4.51 HWI(, .r NW% of SW NEVi A A.
/ (OFFICIAL NE,, of NWy4 12 7 II 40 Empire! 12 Annie
K'I t i Clerk of r r tLJou rtAo.r'ra3r.: j'': .ot NEL4 of NE\o' 12 1 II 20 Larkin D. Weeks 2.62 Loon3 of Elk 13 8amp- 4 7 21 Unknown I.U 84 3-4 of SWVi ofN%of of NEV.SE% 25 BB 22 Mamie Lou, ... I
Lumber Ce. 2.3 City I -11&11I,
County Florida. 6-2 4t ..u N.4' oSE4.. N or Over 13 7 It 20 Empire
C.51 Elk to City AII of NW% A SKU l8Jot
of IoIW 44 18 1 III 40 1.. Vining Sampson
4 iu SW\\< ME 26 5 20 co M. W. Mann 3.C5 A F1 ot Blk 40 In I.27 of NWVi 25 G 22: 25 Ellen
; .f % I Mary C. PIII.rd \ Thdtll
IN riRCrir (' BR "I>FOHI E\1r\ nf NWI, .f SW\Ir.. 4 7 U : SWVi of NWU
R' r4 ('OtJ"TY. FLORIDA/ ('""'- Con, at NE Cor of NW'4of'NWy4 8F. ; of SE.", ot tiE\oo\ II 7 21 10 T. H. HOl 1.2CN4 Ex 2 A In NW Cor 25 15 23 g Ned
; & run N 66yd 'SEIIo of AEI 6 7 21 10 Unknown 1.01 NWVi of NWU of SWVi 25 6 22 10 Berry
m r ( tlHY. ., W 148 2.3 yd. N of M[ L. Ps
f Mary Whlleley. nogg Plaintiff. 160 yda E 148 1-3: yd. :3A In SW Cur ot NE" SEy4 of SW'4 of NWy.V4 :IIi 5 22 10 C. 1. & N
v.. Royal Edward' Bogy*, Defen br 20 A & of' NEI, W of Road & off NEU of 25 5 23 10 UnkSUwp: Dinlfelkr
+ d No. 2033. >4 & W..1NWl. 8'V" of NEL' NE"of NVi NEU of 8WV1
tI tIJEi.:
U I OF PUBLICATION AND 1 6 20 100 JIr C. naulerl 11.3. NE44 Ea A onside Pr..cott oflEI! ( A W% o?
NOTICE TO APPEAR:: IIW" .t SEV4 & 141 The French Novelty 10 7 n 111 S. .1. Est 2233NW14 NWU.. n f SEU of TSEVi. 25 II 22 10 L. H.
'f, 8TATB OF FLOKIOA to: Royal W4nt HF.44 of W'4 1 8 20 Shop'! Ina II.Uw".r of BWI4 11 7 21 CO 8. .1. Prescott EIII. 3,60S' otN o of SWU of Hou.ton

cII Edward Bocga, of 614 Front Avenue ot NWV4 I 8 20 20 M. C. Raul.non 2.33 NW" .f SW'. A: E'yot E<4 25 15 23 10 Unknown
Columbue, Georla. NE% of KF.lL NW 5y4! 12 I 20 40 The French Novelty Jn, SWCorof tw"! 11 7 21 10 F. M. Packh.m 3.20 NEU of SEVi of
f You are required to appear on Shop Inc. 4.GO NE" NEU 26 5 23 6 Laura
t I July 6th.. 1942. In the above named of" N.4 being 138 ft NIt E' of SWU of Coy
( NE44 of 5WI4 12' 20 40 Carrie T. Dowm' Et Al 4.20 W 20 7 21 Unknown 1.83 NEy4N4
Court' and cause, wherein plaintiff II by 420 n E & 26 II 23 6 Joe
eek divorce.I Bradford SE5 of AWl- U 0 20 40 .1. O. Turner Et AI 4.20 Ex 1 AIn Reed
8I:4 of 8W44 E 6H A of NH of NWVi,
t County Telegraph ahall publ! h thl E'" of NW",. & W4! of NE Cor 20 7 n 39 n. W. Rurrency 3.86NE'r of NWVI 26SH G 22 6
4' Order In next four weekly l/saues. NW'. of NE'4 11. 20 100 O. E. Crosby 7.07 'of BWy It 7 21 40 I. O. Toun. 4.17 of NWU of NWVi 26 G 22 2 fc.nkT7."f.'S5'
/, Wltneii* my hand and official oral S4a of NW: of 8W44 U 6 20 241 Unknown 1,95HtV44 W'rlo nt SWLj of SW'! 28 7 U 20 Mr.. Annie 1U Ward 1.16 All NEU of NEVi of- h

,+itq"' j / at tarke! Florida, Ihl June 4tb., of AW'4 U I 20 41) Empire Lumber Co. 3.16 1.1iMF:1 All NW'4 or NE'4.W', of SWU B of Ry .26 6 22 0 F. A.
15 6 20 20 Unknown Fl.ber
i !.tr N' of SEli of SWy4 ny Ea 5 A cold C. A. WH of NBVi of SWU &:
:3FFICJAr. II 20 441 : Lumber CO. 3.C5
PEAL) A.:1.: Thomas : 4 IIf NE.. Empire: Crews Ex Ii A sold all NEU of NEU of

r A* clerk of said Court {-6 4t 6-26 NEL of NE\oe\ & $W44 of U 6 20 1141 F.mplre Lumber Co. '..16N14 L. W. Wilson E. 6 SWy'W of Ky 26 ,6 22 23 Unknown
T. Frank Landrum Ally. for Pit. N \.o A In NE Cor 10 H..vlllft
y All of of
9 1.20Hb. NH SBU SWVi
..( SW', 1 of River 21 0 20 16 Empire Lumber Co. by
.. of NE'I:: Ex 3 A In H. trtdl'wn..d; ; 29 7 21 22 R. W. Surrency 1.68 E oi Ry 26 Ii 22 13 Federal Lank tun
4.60 N 4 A of SE%, of SWViof
/ HW Cor for Church 22 6 20 37 0..0. C. Johns
.V CIRCI IT 01ItT.. HH.DKORI 1.91 In SWVi: 26 6 22 <4< Mr. I
Elv or NE'/ U 15 26 80 H.oJ.! Johns EitW'fO"Nllt Bertha
('01 KLOHIUtl IM tHA.Chalkley %- o! stuck
NTV 1 lot 10* ft .q on N ,
4wNY. H of W4 23 : fg 46 It. Iii Johns 4.g: 29 7 21 79 Mra. Annie E. Ward 2.16olhr"
4tl r..t, : : Bide of SWU of
1 New River 23.24 J, Adkins $y of
Louise W. Plaintiff v". W : 4 Ex 1 A E of & adjoining old
Herman H. Chalkley, Defendant. lot 1 of 1I1k I Lota for 30 7 21 79 T. i. Casey 2.86 hard road 26 GNBU 22 D. C
.f Elk 29 Klnl .
''h 2. C. 8.
4 ('age No. 2026. of NWU of SBVi 26 5 23 10 H. L. Ell

r ORDER) NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND & Lots Elk i'o 4i.6"Lots 0 10. 12of 4, SW'/4 14W4 of of SWli 6h'y& Way\ of 80 7 21 10 E. K. Perryman 4.17N'7 NW 4 of SBU of SBU. 26 6. 22 10 H"atl?..Jjro."iSotin!
WH of : of
STATE FLORIDA to: Herman I or Hlk 31 & Lots 2. of / of $W'4 30 7 21 20 Unknown 1.69NL'44 !
'p 2' H. C'halkl.." who* renldenc I* 3. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9, 10. 11of of Nk,. 311 7 21 40 Cecil U. Moore 3.411 Bof SEU NW'of NWU & 26 6 22 5 Peter TUdale, 8r.,

.! Yorktown Virginia. Hlk 32 a Lot U ofHik Wiy' of NE4y of S'V.2 6 22 20 Carson M. Urlt" 2.65 SWU of 22 30
NU of NWU 27 GSE Minnie
yA''! r, are riulred to appear on 43 &: Lote 2. 3. 4. WI. ot Lot 9 In Wood- S. Ala'y
of BELT of SWVi &
Gl, ) Yon6th... 1942 In th* above named 6, 6, k IIC of 141k 44 : lawn 10 6 22 6 Carl Becker 1..' SH.of i SWU of HBU:

; vti d': Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I.oG of Elk 45 E', of Tog 9 It all 1..01.. A of SEU of
r W14
of SEU
lots 2. a. 6. 6. 1. II
reeks divorce and custody of Child. 10 11 & W.t4. ot Loa
Y ,
A 8 420 ft of 01Co"1.t
Elk 4... Ilk Lots. I. 2. a SEU
Khalipubllih 5 22 ae JoIn. Ther..a Becker 6.01
Bradford In 10
1 1. County Telegraph 13 Woocll.JVn
iiof : 66
of SB'4 27 5 23 D. F.
I Ihl. Order In next four 4. 5. 11.1. 11.9.10. II, S. .t Lob 13 In Wood- ; NE Cor of Sec HaltH
C1.. Elks U. 22 II N. R. 1.12
iMNUe 11 6 Starling
weekly lawn
U-U' 20 Emil Mitchell 12.11 28 A run W 1120 ft
hand and official Meal 61 New River 10 Unknown 1.1i1i
WltnKHH my Lot 22 In. Woodlawn 11 Ii 22
8 1020 ft E 1620 ft
at Starke .Florida thl June 2nd. "' of NW' 28. 20 40 n. R. J..hn. 4.20 n In Wood-
i NWtt of NW14 28. 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4.n .wrl4.. 11 5 22 20 J. T. Mundl. 1.95 N 1020 ft to Beg 28 5 22 40 J. R. Shuford

r'41j Mt :OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thoma $'V,4 .f SE'4. 32 6 20 40.. n. Green 8.13 Lot 61 In Woodlawn 11 6 22 10 Paul Engle 1.17 W of 3-4 of Sty A of NWVi of
sad Court 05l 6-26 HFPI of NEy4 33 8 20 CO Eliza Wllllon E"t. 4.n NWU NWVi
A4 # A* Clerk of 69. 80 In Wood-
: 41
NEy4 U 8 20 UO First bond Ilk LnI "w'.8.: 11 5 22 30 unknown 4.06WV. SWU of NWVi A 3

Mortgage Company 16.17 12 5 22 10 H. W. Haviland 1.11IEL ofwEVi of SWU,
.f of
lflHCI IT ('01 HT. BI AI" >KoniUNTV > SE'4 NEt4 28 5 22 30 J. B. White-head
NE': E. E U A 6 7 20 138 Fred lIa..n 31.39 ot ot NE'4 12 II 23 10 Unknown 1.17
FLOHIUtl IN. IIIA.M- SE'4 SWVi of SBU of NWU, 28 :6; 22 10 Jack .Tattfuril:
Lots H. 9. 10 II 1 20 181 H. B. H.ul..non 11.60 $EL4 of 8W4, of tlW12\ 6 22 10 Unknown: 1.33
( KHV.Stephen. '.<>Ia 11. 12 II 1 20 101 H. H. Haul..r.on 33.91 Lots 7. 27, 28 29. 35.
Lots 3. 13. 14. 15.
j I. Thompnon. Jr.. Plain- If 2. 4. 86. 37. 88. 34, 44 45.
Lots 1, 2 7 1 20 101 C. L. Atkinson 21.62 17. '
18 29 30
4 v { tiff. v... Loretta Porter Thompnon NtyofNE4&NWofNEVL 16. 46, 60, 63, 64. 6. ASH
Defendant. Cane No. 2005. 32. 33. 34t aGo ::18. h. 46. of lot 40 41. 42.
also that portion
f l ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND cf 101":1.' of NW E of Woodlawn 47, 48, 0", 63. 04. In U II 22 260 J. W. Baker 28.0G 43, 47 A WU of Lot 49
I4 NOTICE TO APPEAR Road 8 7 20 123 C: C. Melvin 32.29E 'In Woodlawn 29 6 22: 190 W. H. Orahara
11 JZ In
+ STATE. OF : Loretta 210 f..t of N 130 ftof Lo.JooJ'.w6: SU of Lot 23 In Wood-
onRwheas, 13 6 U 40 .1. H. Williams 6.15
Porter ']' .. reeldenc lawn 29 Ii 22 G W. H.
6 :399NW4 Graham
14W44. of SWI 7 20 3 George Baxter
13 6 22 20
Lots 21. 28 In Woodlawn Mary E. Ward 2.65
t ( I la Unknown of NWL4 of HW\4\ I 1 2C1 10 V. V. Hagen 2.08 Lot 49 In Woodlawn 13 Ii 22 10 Richard Bennett 1.17 Lot 1. 6, 7. 8 A NH{
You are required to appear on Lot 9 of Elk 1 & Lots of Lot 16 A all lot
July 4th.. 1942 In the above named Lots 61. 62 In Wood- 49 In Woodlawn 30 5 22 65 Unknown
s' & Lot
f Court and wherein h 'ofOfm'.lk.lO: lawn 13 122\ 20 'ha". A. Rhodes. 4.011 Lot 10
0 i1 sauce plaintiff & lotsY 2 In Woodlawn 30 6 22 A. A. Thompson
l fi if ) seeks divorce. Bradford County 7 01 Elk 12 Ward E14 of SWV4 of SE'S II 6 22 10 Nellie W. Frank 2.06 Lot 31, 64 in Woodlawn 30WH 5 22 20 Herman A. Uudctr
20 Rosa Wllllame 3.21
Telegraph Khali publish thl Orderr'y a 7 20 JoIn. T. P. Ward Est 11.28 SW'4 of IIE'4 of NEt4 II G 23
city of
r Lot 61 In Wood-
20 Clemmle Ford 1.05
1'r In next four weekly lnue. Lots 13. 19 In Wo..dlawn II 5 23
r.. Wltnen hand and official Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. G. 1 of Lot 34 In Woodl..wn II 5 22 10 U. H. Pearce 166 lawn 30 5 22 C Unknown
r my Hlk 0 Ward S 7 20 O..row 8,18 W Ma of Lot U In Wood-
Seal at Starke. .Florida this May City Mn. Carolyn Lot 39 In Woodlawn H Ii 22 10 Unknown 1.611
'j'I 29th.. 1942.OFFICIAL. LoaW2".2 of Blk Lots 15, 16. 32 In Wood. lawn 30 5 22 S Unknown
l ;
8 7 20 C. C. Melvin' 8.U WH of Lot 17 A all
i ( PEAL) A. J. Thorn*, lawn 1G 5 22 30 D. L. nlC..by G.16
Lots. 9 of Elk II Lot 18. 31. 32 In
A. Clerk of nald Court. 6-6 4t 6-26 6. Lot... 21. U. 21. 28 In
1f T. Frank Landrum. Htarke Florida Ward City 0 7 20 Mrs E. J. Ward E.t. 2.05 Woodlawn 15 5 22 40 Josephine Cork In. 8.21 Woodlawn 31 G 22 35 0. E. Crews
Atty. for Plf.! Lots. a. 4 01 Blk 15 roOt 2Ii In Woodlawn Iii 5 22 10 Stanley Brundage 2.81> NEU of NE'i.of NE 4 36 5 22 10 Sarah HayeiG
Ward City 8 7 20 W. D. Malphurz 3.911 $44 ot Lot III In Wood- 3-4 of NH of NWU
Lots 1 I. 2. 3. 4. 5 ot Elk lawn 15 5 22 5 F. A. Fisher 1.88 of NWU 36 G 22 15 C. X & M. Dinifellnl

4 IN TIIK' COI'HT OP TUB COI'NTY. U Ward City 8 7 2t H. P. Galn..y 12.10 Lot 53 In Woodla'n 15 Ii 22 10 Mn. Jo G. Harvey 1,77W'4 SWU of NWU 2 6 22 40.A. C, Sumner
9 Jl'IMiH. UHtUKOHIt ('O"''. 'I'Y. LoU 4, 6, 1l-1t 9 of Blk of Lot 80 In Wood- NEVI:: of NEVi 3 6 22 40 A. C. Sumner
FI.eRIUO. IN PIIO -"T." .:. Ward 8 7 20 V. V. Haa..n 7.23 lawn 16 6 22 6 Avery L. K.av..r 1,86SI' SH of NWVi of SWU 3 6 22 20 ''John M"K>arl
!. ref H:..t.Ce .< Lot 13 .t Blk 22 Ward All SEU:: of SWVi W

Robert P. Clerk ............ City 8 7 20 T. J. Baxter 11.82 of Lot 61 In Wood. of Hoad" 3 6 22 16 Patray & Walnwrlfhl' I
r '!'. All realtor. a ..4 Per**. H..- NW",, of PEl Ex Ry 9 1 20 U 'Va ray \'orp. 483MJoL awn 15 5 22 5 A. Stoker 2.GlE'io WH of NEVi of SE'', 4 6 22 20 .Mm. U. W Bro.n
leg < >.!.. .. 0...... A..lB4 or SW,," 9 7 20 40 L. B. Crosby ela ot loOt 16 In 'Voo"- E W\ of 8WU Ex E 6 -
4 Hml4 KXatei One tract. ail:> U ft .sq. fawn 15 5 23 5 1\In. E. O. Harvey 1.66 A A Ex W 6 A 5. 22 I 23 John Ghent

'' You and each of you are hereby In IW Cur ot NE's of.RW' Lots 4. 13 In Woodlawn 16 6 22 20 E. C. Mosley. 4.87 NE% of NEU 7 6 22 40 ''Adam Green
notlftrd and required to '/. 13 7 211 2 Unknown 1.68 .
_ pn..nt.ny Lots. 19. 20. 29. 30 I"
WU\ of NWVi of NWVi S 6 22 10 Adam (GreenN .
p claim and demand which fin II ot 8Wt. of 5.44! 14 7 20 20 lirook..r Tpt. Co.. 2.52SW44 Wo..dlawn 16 II 23 40 G. C. Barnes 11.15
;., ''t you or either of you may have of NWIoo II 7 20 40 N. C. Molt 3.89 Lot 21 ft ofI.otc 1-6 of NH of SWVi
y against. the estate of Robert F. E'" or NW'4 of NE'f II 7 20 20 Empire Lrq. bar Co 262 f8.S 2f.2G 28 In t W of Ky & E of Road 10 6 22 B George Griffin

Clark deceased hala.f ald WI.f NEI of $IK'w II 1 20 20 Br..nker Tpl. Co 35.26 Woodlawn 16 Ii 23 20 Alnclalr Mo..l..y G.27 WH of NWU of NEU 11 0 22 20 Louise I ". ,urdiner

t { e fr County Bradford to County.the Florida County, at Judge hi* office of- SF:'1ororN 4Lif;: .I'I\: A 14 7 20 20 n. L. Hough 1.33 Lot Lots. U 5. In R. 1.'Vnodlawn 8, 10, 23. 16 G 22 10 1\In. E. U. Harvey 1.11 EH! of SW V. of NEVi 11 6 22 20 Unknown

r'' In the courthouH of said S of Road 15 7 211 35 S. r. Molt 3.99 26 In Woodlawn 11 5 22 10 J. R. FlapI'. J... 11.88 WH of SWU Of NE y4 11 6 22 20 A. U. Rogers
.f, County at Starke, Florida within NWV4 of SW'* iii 7 20 110 F:. I. Crosby 10:11: Lot 65 In Wondlawn 11 5 23 10 :\Ialilda Nelson 231 WU; of NJ,;'/. of NEU:: 12 6 22 10 Charlie bmntlcj'

tC r'3 eight calendar. month from the of HW y. 15 1 211 40 "ovid Coleman 253 Lots 11. 18 In Woodlawn 18 II 23 211 W. C. 1l1an..y 3.18 WH. tot EH of swu. of
r I r ''i time of the firm publication of H 10' A ot NE4' of SWy4' 15 7 20 10 Unknown 98 Lot 24 In Woocllawn 18 5 22 10 .lr8. .1. KruMa 2.21 :' 12 6 23 10 Sclplo Wttt

thug notice. Each claim or demand E'i.4 NE W'4 16 7 20 80 E. L. Crosby 21'011 Lot iii In Woodl.wn 18 II 22 10 1\01.\ L. Thompson 397 WV. of NWU 13 6 22 80 Unknown

shall be In writing, and nhallntate II & 4Sot: of of IE.:1: Lot 46 In Woodlawn 18 Ii Z2 10 Mre. E. O. Harvey 1.11 SW'a' ,, of SWU Of SW'i! 13 6 24 10 J. A, Curmay
( I; the place of residence and E' of Lot 31 ln'Wood. MU of SWti 14 6 22 40 John John punt office addreii of the claimant NWl F. of Branch & awn 18 6 22 5 Unknown 1.83 $w>. of NlJvi A SW'
D and ahall be sworn to by thet all N"l. of 5W'4 F: Lots 22. 21. 38 In Wood- of NWU Ex, 3 A In SB

claimant agent or attorney and of Branch & NWV4. otME' lawn l' 5 22 30 W. n. Roster 7.35 Cor 14 6 22 77 UnknownSE'4
any urh claim or demand not ", Ex: a A cemetery II 7 29 130 H. E. fltoku 1491
no '
60 Woodlawn of
A I' :5; 22 20 W. H EH
filed shall cemetery 18 7 20 :.t..o\: Iii Wainwrigh9 1.85 E\j
be void. 130 H, E. Stokes 521 Sy ; in Wood- SWV. of ZE4 Ex 2
44 t Luclna M. (Clark NEV. of 'E"' ;. E" R 8 A Id 1 20 u David Coleman t'lI3
lawn 19 A In SW UnknownS
t A* administrator N': of Lot 1 Ix: lOA 5 22 6:; Frederick n. 8cboul 1..' Cor 15 8 22 58
of the Estate of L : .
S44 of Lot 68 In Wood. ; of NWU Ex:: 25 A onE
A. executor of the Last Will and of Ity 18 7 20 18 V. V. Ha""n 3.99
Tentament S"'W' of lot 1 E. & lawn I' 5 22 :6; Unknown 1..8 sine I 15 6 22 65 Joe Peeples
of Robert Jo'lark., deceaied. 10'e I lot on N side ny W r.ot. 62 63 In W..odlawn 19 Ii a2 20 A. A. Thompson 13.96 NH of SWU of SE% A:
,' : 6-6 3t 6-19 of Ry 50.100 fl for Lot 64 ,In 'Voodlawn 19 5 23 10 Evalina Mae Benjamin: 1,77 .NWli of SELf ut tlE 16 6 22 30 Unknown

1 J4't Church also 6 A In $'!. Lots Iii 16. 17. 18 In SEU: of NE' V* A in
'' 41n"oN.i ot Lot a Fl of iK Wood{awn 20 6 U 40 Dya'k Bro.. 15.15 NE Cur A Ex 4 3-4
IV'IllTIT > fly
IHT. HH Iota 19. 20. 29. 30 In A In NW Cur 18. 22 28 Matilda Dixon
(' N .f River U 7 20 32 .1.
01 _
'rl'. FI.OHILMl IN llllV, F. Shaw 10.8
of lawn 20 5 U CO F. W. Han GIG Coin at NE Cor of SEU
.k". WCFNY* NE'4 b"W'4 nt N.4 NI\::\ &: NW44of 20 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co 4,67 Lot 67 In 'Vo..dlawn 20 6 23 10 Unknown 1'6. of NBVi., A run S 71Hft
Abernethy. Plaintiff vs.
E' of SWlc of SEy4! & W 461 ft NE 746
I Thelma "; 21 7 20 80
,,' II. .Abetnethy. Defendant. 8'. ;Jw. f Empire Lumber Co 11.00 REl of $E' 21 5 22 80 J.. n. Sbuford 11,98 ft B 29" ft to Beg Ex
: ,
aeeOItUEN ( : tWV4&tE'q' it: t. EuJ! of NELI Ex 11 AIn N 1 A 16 8 22 5 Gilbert piton

I AND NOTICE'F l PVHLICATIGNv TO API'BAK River Ex N W y4 of aE5f 22 6 22 69 George F. Young 11.78 K 3-4 of "'E' % Of SEVi 17 15 j.4 30 Kaymund U Cravfod8s
I : 1.3 rd. E &
i H.STATE Aberneihy OF. FLORIDA 616 to: Thelma Ntr; %or N Ey4 It NE', 21 7 7 20 180 Empire Lumber Co. n.8Ii W by 60 rdc N & tI In of of NEU B 2-3 of NWU 18 < 22 13 Lydia 7)001w '

a Hunllngton.: : Trenton Place of $E'4 7 20 80 NW Cur .f IIW;. otEIN. 1-J of of NEU
Wet Co. :t"v\
'& Virginia. TDL 11.0 '
% You 81VL4 of NEI" .tr E4.Z3 22 5 U 20 We Wa Tpt. Co 3.65 A NE'.i 18 6 22 63 Gad TysonNay
July 6th.are. 1942.required In the to app..ar.on .f SW'4 lit N1'.l of NE'4' of NWy4 ExI \: of SEU of NBU 18.:2.. : 20 Sam! McUrld

t Court and cause wherein above named $%v'4 NW'4 NE' A Cemetery 23 II 22 It C. J. & M. Ding U s".rot SU' of SWVi
plaintiff 1'1 .
reek. divorce. Bradford & F. A of NOV!. } fellow of 38 of 18 6 22 14 Unknown:

9' Telegraph shall publlnh thl I..County NWLBM 2Z 7 7 20 213 H. L. Hough 23.58 Wt,4, ot NE'4 of BW'j 2Z 3 U 10 Mabel 1 W.lnwrlrbt 2.57 I SBU: of NEy4 & NEU, of
i t by In next four weekly (Innue*. order of SEV4 A: SE', ot E a.4 rot SE'4 ot $W'44 22 6 23 ao M..bel Wemwright 1i'38. ', 20 6 22 8. Mr*. Onle Freeman

7 t, Wltnen* mv hand and oUI..lol..alU AW'. 23 7 20 120 Purvis Lewis 5660 Con al Ry where N lineof SB'la of NWU Ex 5 A

J y yf; .., Florida, thl* June 9th., NW4 of SW!: 2t: 7 2B 40 "rook..r Tpt. Co 4111 Sec H 23 crosses & In SW Cor & Ex 11
run 1i32 tt Eat
on fly
f U. HF114 of NW% 2C 1 20 40 I. H. Fowler 2.61 3-4 A in NE Cor owned
i1 'OFFICIAL L'om 00 chna W of NFJ right angina to Ry by
1'+, 1I'lh4 *, 'Our of Scc 25 .0 ft for 'a pt at beg o.VI'.t: Ou
I A* Clerk of salt! Court.: 7jCIHCl'lr & run .,. Kuhl A 10 .
H 80 .chn. W 20 'hnll r then S paralllli with A in SB Cor 21 6 22 15 Pat a..1t
_ S .0 chns E 20 chns toHe fly .1050 It E at right About 10 A in SEU of
ty IV ('OtHT. ilK U.FOHn .fix, 10: II A ot S angle to Hy 840 tt N NWI, a* per dyed. recorded
( 01 "ry. FLOHIUtt IN l'll\V., 20 chnlO ale' 0 Corn A0chns parallel 1 with By 1050 In Deed Book
( .f'Georgette ItY. W ot NE ''or of fl W .at right 1 anglesto 40 Page 127 21 < 22 10 O. 8. elradtelAll

p White Plaintiff v*. 1:dward $.ec :U .. run It :ten tt fly 840 ft to NWV, of SWU W
Whit.. Defendant Ca.e No. for Bei thence Ex, about 8 A on H of Froeman i
aH't8c'ftt; : side Koad 21 (22 1 Mr*. Onl
deeded lu E.: E.
run LV 1291 ft : All SWV of SWVi\ E of
;- ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND S no ft E 1284 tt 10 Cha Dmueed n as recorded Koad Bx, about 6 A '
: in
_ NOTICE iRIUA .:AH Cum at2NW'or 25 7 20 141 [L. H. Ford 1111 272 Book P page In'IE Cor A NWU\ of
8TATB JF FI t..: Kdward of See 23 Ii U H H. T' Bennett 11.11 SWU E of Road Ex
t 1 ills White whose residence I I. 734 Jack: 25 .tr run E 415 y0c All EI4 of NE'4 W ot "e 2A In NB Cor&Ez
l1 r non Avenue, IIro.... New York. N! HO yd. 'V 413 ydr fly fix 9 A to Jane 11 A on W side Mr. Agnes Inp.oD! ,
'4 21 < 22 47
You are N Byrd & l:,x 2 A to ii.1'l .
i !required I to apl'.'" on 410 l. Com 420 tt N from BE:
l IOAlhrnJ
July 6th.. 1942 In the above named Ileg b( Blanchard .23 5 22 10 A. 1\1. Blanchard 3.u Cor of :
SWU' of
y Court and "..u..., wherein plaintiff "or for C'hllrrh-31 A NW" of NW' & N'4 ofV A
I neekn dlvor..... Bradford County Also Corn at :II'V ('or $\ of NW '4 23 5 U 10 George. F. Young 11.18 ft run E 116 W 115 ft S ft 60 N 50 ft
Telegraph shall publish ot Sec 25 & Ellerwn
thin Order ran E 190yd to
ft Josephine
,, In' Wlthen next four. weekly issues : ., 14 110 yds. for a pt TOW 0. I."WT"Y WEST OF RAILWAY" ::3 3 3:1 I Com on ofBeg S aide of SEVi 21 6 22
my hand and of b.1 thence '
"}i i'l seal AI Ntarke* .Florida' this official3rd Ju"OFFTrTAL 3HB yde M UO )run'dlt 'V F7 Lot II of Dlk 1 '.1. T. Reddish 7,48 of Road"$' W'13 on W aide\ of

} I 943 3HO vile. S IHO yds. 10 Elk 3 Ex Lot 3 Fonao Orlr" 8.16 ft W A pun N 180

e } ( SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas 7 ZO .03 Brook..r Lot 2 of nlk 3 t3001tB:1r 180 ft Hall

KId'r A* Clerk of raid Court. 6-6 4t 6-26 carolnbltw1:C'or: af Heo 25 It tAftFJIS run Tpt Co. 10.26 W:15: i J.,0'tot1.8 1 of&Elk E Fonao Grifflr 7'" 4 Com E 13 to on 180 l W ft nld N of Road 21 6 22 1 Sharon

W 40 chns. N 20 on S line
dms0 4
F. r.. 5emmer.
1-: / chns 8 20 chns to Lot 3 of / .1. D. 7.66 of SEU of SWVi A
J NOTI( .: OK APPLICATION FOil I. Heg lleI Randall 83.46 run N 200 ft W 220 ft
25 7 211 H8 "nkn..n R3 W 86 ft t 4 of131k
11 TOY' UKKU1eialr NWot\ MW'4 211 7.0 411 Empire Lumber Co 1.67 4 E. W 30 ft '. w. H. Edwards t't.00 It E to Pt of
< Hill N.. ld.ii W'm of NEt, It S.I4 of. S44 of Lot 731i 21 6 22 1 A. H. Hall
NOTICE IS IIBKEHY GIVEN & NEtI 200 Lo,1'a11 .to ; I 12 A In NH of NBU of
M."Wf\4 CVE'4; 27 7 20 ::1. E. Graves 21.38 6, 7 ofBIk
1 rao\-\ T. J. Alderman, holder 1u'J N'V'a I 121\ 20 A. C. Kirkland 2U: SW'\NWeCor88of _
.f 7 NEEy.
a T C'ertific'ate No. 243 8 of W4 :r NEL4 of Mamie Lou Edwards b./5 of ..
h* spit day of July 1922 and the A1N1F.'rSNt4 2 6 U 111 Paul Glover 2.115 N4 of Lot 3 uf Elk 7 F. R. Carradlne 3'15 of SWVi, A run E IIII 3
rti of Tax, Certificate No. 6, Innurd of NE'.. S of Lot C or Blk 1 F. n. ft S 567 ft W 1048 ft
2nd day of July' Arlt.. lt Z3. ha* Road 81 3. A In Nt Carradlne 28,63 thence N 18 degree E
filed name I In my ; anal har SEV4 27 II 21 23 Carl Reddish Lot 8 of BIle 7 Mamie Lou Edw.rd. 11.68 to Beg Ex, 4 off
r mad application n.forlldlac"'r deed to AI\'o"M.t.\ of NfWr-.Wll: 3.81 Lots I. 2. 3. 4 of Elk 8 W. C. Woolen 7'05 E end also Eye of
be issued .
a NWL4 of IW.! ,. H ofl4.l Lots 6. 8. 1. 6 of Elk 12 George F. 2'U Blk 6 8 of K 4 W
embrace the following described iver Young Ex, 1
Z9 5 40 .1. A across Send
21 31. Connn
t property In the County of Bradford L of /lWI. &: 8WI', 3.11All N'!" ot Elk 2C Elk 25 George F. Young 11.11 'Temple. 8-D 21. 22 11 T. M. 3I_Oordf

State of .Florida to-wlt: o SEt4of at 5 21 110 Unknown 8.411 Lot 1 of Elk II (8..or. F. Young i.. LAInNECOOf 1 a 12

R.SEVi: of NEU Nec. 1s Twp 7 R 844! S of Lot. I. 1. 8 of Elk U George n 2'15 A tract of land formerly -
22 E. Young
containing 40 Acre moreor River 30 5 zt 40 J. M. Conner owned by P. C.
f 4 315f Halt-block 3 A. 111.
Inn In Blanchard :
*. embraced 4:15
under said PW44 NW": 31 5 J1 40 Emery John. Ooodwine *
Certificate No. 213. S1dI4 : NE% .. NE'4 .t 3.28 Halt-block 7 George F. Young 1.33 NEVi of 8WVKt 666f 666fof| ..

i; r,; Twp.NS 6 of 8. NEW H. 20 of E. SWVi! See 15 tI oon-half 35 5 2t 10 W. C. Clemons. 6.nNIo4 DI... Lot. I. 3 George F. Young .89 N of Ada Mack'. lotg 21 22 1 Wm. Hall
containing 2Aacren. A und Int Wt,1
6 S
Olac. Into A. ftf. P' of R 3
...... 4. 5 Blanchard
more or I I. embraced nf NEV4 Ex L4 A 89 WIn
u Dlall' J. T. L! Y.
Lot I Reddl"
71 under said certificate No. 6. In SE C..r Ie Pa about 2'u Temple' Bubfly
The ....*.m..nt of the said 7 A In 1 lot 66 ft B fbL *
prop fiE ror Ec 100ftE&NW"14 2H A 21 4 22 1 J... Dell
arty under tae acid certificate No. platted land Com
In SWor
at SW Cor of
'9' 'I 243 Innued adjoining hotel Lot a
Il wa In the name of C. tit E. a strip Un 12 A
( Mr*. E. B. Dee, and the annement **. ft wide, N &: H N of fix, a lot II ft N & owned by tract P. C.formerly Good-

I of said property under said, 131k. 4. 7 also all thlM'j. Sby 40ftBaWIn wine A run B!
se along 8
Certificate No. 6 issued wa In lb.k f NW4( of Cur of came A. A. GrIHis 7. ..U* of said land
1' '0 name of: Samuel W. Brown NEtI: 0j; : Road: & Ex1'y TOWN OF' L.\WTT4Y EA81' OF RAILWAY IN IE'. 2.1-U-23ze :: Cor of to SE3
Unless said certificate nhalt be A In NW Car It : II Sarah Scotfnj
redeemed according to I a w. the Ex, platted land In ftJJor Com 210 ft E of 8W Cor land s: variation W
property denrrlhed. therein will be (' :" a strip of Lot 10 run N about 105 yd* to a
a sold to the highest. bidder at the ft / ': 8 N of M: 210 It E 105 tt t4 210 Post thence NW to
j 4 '4 oourthoune door It W 105 It fo Beg or In NBU of
on the first Monday 4 H"U"ronn IiIprln. 38 5 21 C3 'Or..n &: JoUtduU .54 Lot In SWVi Gf4;
10 C J'cO
which In I I..the he month of July 1942, SBL 64 1. offRoad of" Lot 15 Unknown Br'neon I 1 I lot loopft* Sq 8-D In SB 21. 22 3 George
6th day of July. 1942. 5 zt 1 RICh.rd McCarthy 1.81 Lore :: &: Brown 1':3: Cor
Dated this 3rd day of July' 1942. NWt4 of NW'. 31 I 21 40 J. C. Clemona a'u Lots Unknown : of Blk 1 N of
R/ R
S1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas SE'; Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford SE'4 of NE' 21 1 22 Unknown
of AWI.
I I U 10 Tom, McBride 1.88: 1 lot In NW Cor 01
County Florida. 6-6 41 6-26 All l'i14' 'N of Ro.d :I 0 J1 157 Ioar. A.nla n. Alvarea ..n Lot II O.
': H. Pear. 3-A)
15.0' (Continued on pace






OFSERlCES DesevIMtl.a.t PAGE 3-A \ :
DIRECTORY J.... 8e. Tw-p. Au.....' ..fwner ._..1..... -
Rile A..e 0 T..... (,'.."... .. laed !Aee.Twp.Rg..ter A.'wat .f ........rl..".. i
Lots 1. 2 of Elk Owsee Ts, ,. & t.0.4. .I hind 1 .tw.t .f
8 Sec. Twp.. n... Ac..
1IP'rloTFIR. Owaer T.".. A c.....
Pln..hur"t Com at
." ""ptreetg .. Puettl W'v of Hlk Lev 1 N of R 21 8 2J D. W. Kelley Est 1.08 Lafayett BE M W..tmllre-Corner of r ...... .rr. \ of 8Wt. of NW'ul'SW'I. I IVIa
t.H".II.. t'il or NW'
A. P.?. 3 E & all Io'rao of E' land Rt. 6k run E S2t! .
(hool 9 45 A M. of Elk 1 N of It 3R g ft for a I't c.f k"K :N'; off U T U 30 I. n. Johns. s.n
11.00 '
'orehlp '" of Frac sold N. D. hence run' S 11110 ft t:: I'll of RW14' of Sf:.. 8.. 1 2:1: 20 Clinton 10'. Palhemus 3.3:1:
t va P.II.: : P. 1\1 lIa..m..n. being 649 rt 80 It N DOO ftV 14,1 Cum. at 14W'.. uf NE'... 3U 1 1101 110 Rub J::. 81a,. 1.33
,\.hIPhr/' 'M.a' N S & all ft to Pt f 29 6 n a point (01 \V ,
8:00:. P. Id&fr c W of lnJ line About 2 A (;, land I hlnll: Cecil L Douglas 11.39 .Ida Way of N Ity Uhcht of

of NW4! of NW'4 & lit! yd" N & III by 120yds 3 k run on N ,,n niu. rh Sec of
r ;;;"ODI'T I-u. of NEV of E a bounded N
Rluk o\ WilY !III yds W 35
RAT ..11. _.... Ay land Manning S N :vdll
P' ofSSW o Blk 1 yds to 1'1.line
C by Darby u .
6P.. lasers. A/reef f N or loy Alderman thence Fi on Sac line
IU"'O A. M. It a 1. Temple' Sub in SE4 of Si4: 4 29 II n 2 Mantansas Jllve.tment 8.,
"",rhool A. 111. DlAll Hf-r.A-\:; 3 losla RwlndiC 6.70
U : u
11:00: 6 2J CO' RSV
Mr.. Grace 3.78toad 2
WurehIF Ford 40 :
7.11 t'nknown
] land lying on E & All NE & of SE", W of 3.46
:; \Of .
N',4' NW'. uf '
II\VI. 2:I II Y3:J III n. .. .
p.pleh'1:08 : ] U Wa..k.rman 106
P M. H side the old Stark.. 8" G
'II I I E' of NE' '
Qullley ok Davis. of
W'orehip 8:00 P. M.MIRK' & Lawtey Public Hued ... 1 A In NE ('or of NW'. 2.28 \ of :'t NE'. :I J II U 10 J. I.. lIardln 41 don 1.65vq

ay In Sec 22 known a. of SE'. Ex 1 lot I" S 11:,. of S'I' ]

EPISCOPAL- ; the O. A. Thrower !Sr: 1: A. (In'orSE: Car of E. 33 8 22 1 tVesiey Holmes 1.61 1'.Ut' .f SW"'., ..1VI.\ :I 8 23 100 Unknown.. .21 .J
propertY-l0.83 A In .
yea ........... K_'.. NE Cur of NW4! of of NW!. of SE4 Ex NWt tbE' ..tIW'.NE'4 3 8 U 200 Unknown IL76

curec a. street NW/+ Z2 8 A SZ 6 23 8 Ell Nfto:' ,, \\v
M.Ornning 22 11 )Mrs grace Ford ''ttf NI0f C. P. Chandler 8.11 N h
hoof 10:110: A. E 3 A of B% of SE4! 1 of land 148 ft Ny of SE4.. bES'
: -. of 8W!. of 8W", Z2 Eq Cur of NW!. of f
7:30: P. MItrening I 2. 3 E. K. Conway 1.62 onSE NF.'t 3 II U ISO Unknown 14.11
) 7:30:: P. M. E34 of W of 2 A 8W54 of SsswE'h of\ 1oA in SW (00. of EtWef az 6 n Bulene Furl'erllon 1.12 All RW4 of SF.44' 3 .6 23 40 Unknown. 3.41 r
); 4 .1 12 14B Unknown
a:)' 10.110 A. M.tT U C 23 1 Sylvester Crum 1.82 !WNWof of" ( 32 G n 1 Joe Johnson 2.."8 NE% .f NE'4 3: II 33>> 40 Unknown. 44.16 3.41
w., or ;11; ::'. & SE'j of
'.ryeIn ThatbpEr4.tlon SSW Swo
F.x about 10 A sold .
PRF.BAYTEBIAfI ; II 8 U no Unknown.
JI.1''l 6.70
R. Allr.. r.S... REV of SEy: 8 of diver. persons 3Z 6 U .10 Victoria Mack 11.83 E' SE% of 8\\\4\ II. U 20 Unknown 1."
I"a. Cherry at. Road 48 23 : 22 22 Ernest Wunhrllck, U4 Cur 210 ft W of fl. NE.',' "r's sf"' 6:; II 13>> 40 W. P. ltardln I.ti
e.A1 "f of NW'
A. M.Wureh10 3:1 f of 24 22 W'5v a SE"". of' '
S'hOOI; 10:110: SSWEN Roaadl 33 A. J. Thomas 4.21 of fiE'4', a run N :no l I'
11.00 A. M... "W"", I: : SF4'. 5 8 U 120 n. JI'. Wackerman t.7'
8(10 P. M. .'1'1"4' of "dE34' N of > ft W 210 ft S 110 ft NI::", Nl:' 6 8 U 40 T. J. Alderman
rru.d'Youth" 8(1(1: P. iIL Road 24 W. T. Jordan 8.81 E,210> ft to Pt of Bea 32 6 22 1 Esale Green a.1IL'i'OLII 1.:II IL 1d..41 or SE'! '.. of I.ti
: t22 t
late! 7:00 P. M. flW of SW% 25 501 Unknown 21i9ErOO :>IW'I U 340 0 F. Wackerman ".n
Worship : : CITY. -'it OF 8KV: W OF 23' E'
Wya of NEW 2i i U U Ernest WUllderllC'k 1.01 38W. tI 6 10 by t,1W nf NW'.
ft ofN245 It of 8< ,. \.. I I
Lot 3 of Ink I 9 U 80 Unknown '.::111 '
OWAA 8 CATHOLIC W% of NWy of SEWOf40 : Lots 6. 7 of Blk 6 Ella WilliAm. 1.23 ELot! W" nf.IJo: :", of Dr
J. ".'....'.. r..... 2S 8 23 Philip ok JII. Johnson 1:911: >;t:' & W'. of E',.
,...,...... Aee... ft'4of N 105 ft of Josephine Wllllams 3.40 Lot 1 of 1I1k 6 Wm. McLtood E.t. l.u NW'fof,. 01 :>;10... D' 22 15 Minnie L. Triplet __ __ 3.11 t.'
are V.00 A. M.pl.I. :f"oti NWy of SEE Lot 1 of Blk I Ed J. Johnson 1.07 NI'I.oIk: ,. of I'
...I... NW"",, & N W I. ofR
.. % 28 8 23 Rocen Battle 4 iiI Lot I of Blk 8 0111. Williams
9.00 A. M. 235 i of N 105 ft9E54EV 90 Sot 10 I U 180 Unknown 13.0' r
Mara lease 8:00: A. M.pEL fat of Lo7k Ii 2. 3. 4. 7 of NE44 & N\\I'. fit ,'
NE 4
ar !4w as 8 22 Unknown 2.28 E4i.f" 10 I U no Unknown '.71 t
W. A. Cook 11.89 will 01 Lot 3 of IJlk 1 N ,,
Com on E side of Church J. M. of N'tv NE'4 of I'IWI-!
TABERYACLEw St 175 ft S from N John. 911th DI'ILo"tt ', It 8 22 II J, G. Kolin i'
: J. T. 4t.'111.V aPea..ru9ervlce line of NW44 of NE54 e NE4, of kNJoi',, 33 I 22 1In.! .'bbl. L. lIenn..ey 1.$8 N 185 fl flf Nl::'. nf I.U
1:300P.:: P.M. & run 8 1115.6 ft thence 2 of J. !M. N":'. 4\i\ Con at NEt'ur 1 1
: J. 10 degrees N 110 Sub DI'\I of NE I. of ', of NE',
ft thence Northerly coc;:. 1t"tt 33 8 22 1tn.! Fannie Stewart 2.118 & run MN3 ft W 10414 :
S of NE ('or It 14 3511 ItV 280 It
16.11 It E 105 It toWeller
lt-S SCHEDULE: St. N 1711 ft of NW4 of NE',, N 736 It 111 1320 It 10

Leave Starke W 2211.11 ft to Dec 2S 8 22 John E Marshall 2116 fI thence 141 1-3 run ft W E 307 307 ft It of yt5lit f N E'Jof,: I

Ea t bound Corn at pt 330 ft IJ: of N 141 2.3 ft to "t ot '
U 8 U U W. 4
d N line of NW'4 of II.U
r 3:15 A. M. lIee E" E 16 ft 33 8 2:1: 1 Carl H. Jackson 1.t3 t'um lit N" ,'ur ot S\'V''
: $E54 on E side of4'hurch '
V f. Cum NW Cor of NF:" t
tE &: run 34M
7:30: A. M. 14t & run u of & run ,"S'1': : far a Pt / beg. '. f
M. '
104 ft M 55' ft W
3-4 It fur a J't or thence
run W 10.8
)f. 6:45 P. M. 104 ft N 1i2 ft to Beg thence run t-: 1'1 3dN ft. S, 1040 It. ft.1 ,,:.'?.. C

5L St. Augustine Cum Pt :tf SE .Cor of AW' 28 6 23 R. E. Lee 4.80 W 361'361.. ft It S 180 N 180 3-4 3.4 fI Cum 158 at rt SE la for l't ur of Ilet I4\V'. 1:1: 8 22 .1 N. D. Walnwrlahl, Jr, 3,85 i\

M. 7:20: A. M. ofoIW'' & run W 79, ft to PI of 221 ;'
Beg 33 I 22 2 I.ellil nduee 8.IS or NWt! & run N f'
6:40: P. :M. ft N 315 It NE 808n4 SJo:' of Jo'v of tt for a J't nf 14rg '
M. Easterly ;:6tof E /oIW'1 of NWYv & $L.of ... thenrn run N 241 It F: ,..
| M. For PalatkaM. ft S 902 Beg bE4: of 8W!. Ex 1311 tt '0V side IIf ;' :!I !'

also certain land.. S {Yof 33 8 23 75 LUI'lIe C, Edwards 1.43 )toad. 28 thence run I
of Mrs H. SparkmAn N' NWI4 of NW'!. bout herly: along W 41
M. & 'V If fly In liE% 1:,. 8' ( ok side' of road to l't of .
line of SW'4 28 8 22 10 H. E. John. 30.31 Alt'N' A.Aof'\l vaultclot 1.tof 33 8 23 12 11. E. Johns 10.20Hv U..tr U 8:13: C. O. It Fn..I. binnire .80' I
14W'4' 1 A lying parallel .
Leave Starke ORIGINAL: TOWN: OF 8TARKH 28 6 2:1: Ex about 2 A In with M.\\y ttlghl way
II i Mtbound RW 'or 33 8 22 33 11. n. Hunt 11.113 ht NW Cur tfH }, !
( 8:25 A. M. Lots 2. 4 Cof Blk 13 J. L. Anderson 14.&4 RW'4 of REV 33 8 U 40 Unknown 11.III of NW'. 1:1: 8 ZI 1 n. E< Moorer 1.73 )j
){. : Lots 15 8 of Elk 18 Ex Com At NE Cur of NE'. 1 Lai UII tt N &: N by j
M. 1:40: P. M. W 20nf Carl Ritch 12.60 of NE'4 run W 3914 210 tt 11 IlkV bounded. It'
Conn S side of Call ft M IOU ft E 399 rt 0" H hy ilodford 141k..
M, 5:55: P. M. St where It intercede N 1093 It to 'Dear ex H by W.lnwrl."t :I I lrM

lalnesvilleJM. 12:40: A. M. E side of Court fit & 1 A In NE (001' 34 6 23 9 Aillert 111111.0n 440 A lot 12 8 22 2 Margaret U. 11.11'\I" 1191 :
M. run E 98 3-4 ft for aPt WLl of 'E'. of NW4I 8WI.' uf MW44 W of Ry
f. 8:25: P. of Bell thence run RE44 34 8 22 II Earl I'Itrl..kl..nd' 3.1'00 'Et: 111 A I" SW "ur 1:1: 8 21 18 J. )1. Lawrence. F..t. au 11

IM. ---------- N 63 fl E 20" ft N 8E'. of NEI1 31'0 8 22 40 Steve K"w..lch 6.15 HW!. of I4W(1 of "W".f.! 12 >5> :11: 10 J. I. Jlardllll A Sun 1.40
sa ft W 204! ft to Pt 6 A In I'IE' l "I' of NE'. Lot II Ilk A .h. i
IM. 8:25 A. M. : Beg Wm Balin 18.11 flf N W .... d..rlb..d I" haven I In NW' uf I
ala 8:25: P. M. Coo. on 8 side of Call Deed Honk 39 Page 313 NEt. 13 I n J. n. Oherkln 11.I3
fit where It InterMectM Public Record. Bradford 1 A I In NW "or of $Wt4
Via Gainesville E side! of Court St a County 35 6 22 8 I'1. n. n w.ra 6.58 of NJoI', 13 >8> 23 Unknown I.U I
le, Ocala, Tampa, run E 119 It for a "t S 270 tt of NW% of Caro at Nt] Cur ot 8\\11. ,Ii
of Beg thence run S NW"t4 35 4 22 II N. M. Bradley 4 28 & run 14 320 ft W 4211 "
sburg. 63 It E 20 ft N 83 ft of RW'4 31'0 I U 40 Unknown 3.21 It for a l't of Brg ' W 20 ft to pt of Bee W. W. Edenfield 17.61 NWt4 of NW4! Ex W thence. run W 471 It i
l..otll 1 3 of Elk 23 H. C. Flro..n 18.12 10 .A & W4 of NJo:'. N IMI ft E: 472 ft S no t
R.UN SCHEDULE: W', of Lot 2 of Elk 25 Chas Pace EMt. 4.27 of NW'4' 3t! II 22 MI IIInry n. Maloney 643 It to 1'( IIf 11.-1. A 13 8 23 2 1l0bt J. Dodd 1.17 P I I
Blk 29 a. extended on NW\o\ of $W4! 36 8 22 40 Unknown 359 E 445 ft of Nl01' of
j Southbound Ensey's. map Ex R //olE'.. of NE'. of RW'4 ::1 7 22 10 IIIr. Agnea Simpson 118 RE'4' of 14W'.. <& Wee '1

L Starke 11:15: P. M. IOU tt lit Ex E 80 tt Mrll. Thelma Laranlaux 10.5 W'. .flfnrJowv;: : SW4! 9 7 22 :g C, W. Colsnn: 601 of /oIW'., of IeIf:'. It: 8 U n Unknown I.n :
W"v of IIlk 80 all extended N't 1, 4 7 22 Lucille C. Edwards 2,59WNE' !4 A In ElJo' Cur ot that

I due Starke 9:13 A. M. on Eneey' map. : otRtr; \. 4 7 22 40 U."rar" Wllllams Eat. 6.31l portion. of: Nkt' ': \
] due Starke 10:38: P. M. Ex 1'1 105 It L. A. Reynold" 24.54 of RE"s & SE', Iving N I 'Ii
E' of Blk 30 as. extended flJo:' of SF'' of "' .!'. 4 T 22 30 Ur K M. Webster 3.19 ;'il"rt 08 fl N & N by:
(Miami) fin En.ey' map Con, at NW Cor ofNW' 117 & W parallelwith *
Northbound Ex 8 105 ft L. A. Reynolds G.83 flf NE'4 III runS Ity It: 8 U Unknown 2.11
In SWt' bounded 420 fl.: 1130 ft N N'h of NW54\ of NES4 Pp
, Jue Starke 5:54: A. M. 3NA by J.: 0. Alvarez 210 It W 420 rt N 1'15: v'320 ft 13 8 U 18 P. Burr. Jon.. II.U

due Starke 6:35: P. M. Add E by Adams fit 210 Itlit 210 It to W U fI flf E 2711 ft of I ..
It by Pt of 11"1' Ii 1 22 4 Unknown 2.26 N'v' of NW' nf I4Jo\\ 13 a u Unknown 1.13 I .
V Starke 3:28: P. M. l n3tlndwd u:! 28 8 23 Mrs. Laura WIl.O" 3.94 8 A In NE l'or ot Nt:'. R'" of //01.\00 of SE''. 13 H 22 20 Jessie I. Incrah.m 081

reservation train.) 1 lot In St.rke bounded nf NW'. being 464 3.4 .0\11 141 K 23 84B Unknown 37.1
pork N by Jefferson "St' Wby ft E 0\1: W by 1160 ftN& Lot 4 21 >1> U 30 I. U. McGill L7064KFS11)E '

Temple Ave N & 14 II 7 22 8 Marshall Jackson 1.97 .. II I
of E. ..,A. v S 5 A of E4, bf SW\4 I" ..II-un.; 2:1 N 21 \ j ''I'Hlk.

ro PARTS Winklerand 28 8 2Z E. C. Tappen 32,18I of RES. 5 7 23 II Unknown 1.30 I. 2 of novt r.t 1 1.'lIknown 11.11. ''' t '
N 1 9 A of that nortl"n
lot of land In Starke IUk 3 uf OIlV' L,4 I J. E. Smith I0$ I
Jt ft N & S 1"d21iJ of E"io 0 f SW4! of 7 "r Clovt. Lot I F. 1[. "rudle" ....
I TIRES, (WE HAVE E & W u NE',. E or hood 7 7 22 2Irll.; lI.rh..rt T"'ott 8.61 lJlk 7 ot 'JUY' Lot 2 11
by San d er"on Lane MWo! of NJo\4\ 9 7 22 40 J. W. Mldrews & Non '145 Ilik 1 of 110"1. I..t a O. I. lIaynea 10.13 t't'IJlk :
(SIZE). GENERATORS and S by Hoyt St. 28 8 22 A. L. Alvarez 6.11LIYIYGB'rov E'. of NW't' of SW% !9 7 22 10 4'. )I. "lark 8.28SE4 NE'. N'VIW( & W'y I
(GLASS CASH FORAXD of '. of Nt10' 7 22 10 Agnes Simpson 1,21 '.f U 8 23 120 Unknown UI
.. TRIBY .& CO'S nB-DIV OF N6:54:' OF NE'28:' 41 22 H'" of NE'. of W4! N IYF4: r hE'4' & F'a:' of
TRUCKS IN ANY of l'roposed road 11 7 22 18 ltln..y Griffis 228 NW'; of NE'. 23 8 2:1: 60 .1. D),. Thompson 14.13
nox. Lot 1 of 131k 1 F.. McEIY 1 22 fI'" .f SE'S 16 7 23 00 lIIvlll & Jannw T 94 NE' flf Nl4 0 24 N U lU Jessie J. hrahall1,, 4.20 !i
f Lots 3. 4 of Blk 13 Metta Hammett 280 ;' 17 'l U 80 'J'. J. Alderman 7.96All (l'on At HW t or of Nlt '4
N4t1 .MW'4
of N 6tFly & run 10 6811 It N 3544ft .
Autos $25 up BIRIk 518& Ey 2ofOBIk 19 T U 38 Unknown 4.61 t-: 132 I It for a 19 of I
17 lit 18 Mack Coleman 1188 Com 70 yds W of foJo Ileg thenrn run N 36nft .
Lots 1. 4 of Blk 18 Mack Coleman. 6.nEI13 ('or nf Set' 19 & run 11; UN ft H 350 It w ,
JASKINSIAUTO of Lots l, of BIk W 240 tt N 210 ft E 1 r.. n. Clara lit Ada 19K ft to I't IIf Beg 2J! 8 22 1 Ernest 1'fJ..ul..y. S 838V',4
& E'4 f2 Lots 1, atto/ 210 tt to n..or 11! 7 22 K..Io'h. 20,42 .f 44W'4' 85 N U 40 U. A. W..k.. 4.10
PARTS 3 of Blk 24 Walter McFa.hlon 419 Lot Ii In Kecslers Add 19 7 22 Jollllnil MI.onl..nt. 3.60 Lot 7 Indian Reach 31i-38 8 2.J: V. 1.. J'hlr..r 1.01
Blk 25 & NI1a of Blk .. 17. 18. 19. 20 of 'I.I: '. 11. 11 lnliun.
b i of Town on Road IS 28 A, n. Randolph 533 Hlk 14 Es 1 tot inSW 36.36 8 23 N. V. Jalner J7.ft4 '
S% of Rlk 28 A. It. Randolph 4.37 ('or 40 ft E & W f.uL III Indian Rseeb. 3-:16.: : U 'h.... I' 1.lth..rI8nd I.n

1.0' 1. 2 If Blk 27 A. T. Paul 198 Ebf5 3/t""O'I.t: k 7 19 7 22 Unknown 12.81 1' A. KNIGHT !!
Unknown 122 !. J.Weeks .
Lot 2 of Blk 29 Taa. Collector: Bradford Counly.IS .
talk 29 Ex Lot J Jos H..ItHn 2.74 M-II 19 7 22 Mre. Edith nowl..y 3.56 -- ---- !.
Lots 1. 4 of Elk 31 Amos Williams. 398 Lot 1 Jox E 25 Ft & W C Illl I IT 101ST. KN .u..u at Htarke, Kla., this May 20th.,
Lot. 2. 3 of Blk 35 Alfred Barnes 6.93 21i It of Lots 18. 1t.! .20. KMMI't. ', KI.OMIIKI IM 1 itA\-:! 1942 f
Lots 1. 4 of Elk 41 Kam Franklin 280 21. 22 C. J. Weeks 4 KH: V.loKijili OKKiriAI. MEAL) A. J. Thomas
Lot 3 of Rlk U flAymolul hell 330 ,ub.Jllv" 19 1 23 Ethel Johnson 3.23 E. Pairanelll, I'lnlntlff M. A- Clerk of sold Court. 5-22 41 41JTO :
Lots 1. 4 of fllk 45 Sarah Scott 19K Lots 23. :34' 25, 28. 27, Irma 1'iiKanelll, Hrrendant Can
Lots 2, 3 of Blk 48 Sarah. //oI'ort 198Nt4 211 In C. J. We..k. Sub- Ha.: 2013.
ot Lot 2 of Blk U W. P. Brooks 7.32 DIY 19 7 23 John & Ethel Thomms 8.61 IlKllKIl: (II.' M'HMCATION CMECK
SH! of Lot J of Blk 48 Salile Anthoney 1.22 2 A In RE' "or of NJo'i ANI NOTICK Til Ar'I'FJAIl .... ft.IAi
of NW" 20 1 22 2 UnknownS 1.13 8TATK OK KIXiKII'A lo; Mr.
STARKK 28 6 22 '. of & 1\1'', of 80 1 Clara & Ada Irma Pairaiielll Number 38 Went 1DAVS
MVINGSTOV.! TRl'BY .* CD'S ADDITION TO NE", fN: t. 21 1 22 kal (1 11.86 llth[ Ht. New Hark. N.: : Y. "r IN

S Lot 8 of Blk 1 Unknown 1.98N 12 A In 1'1' Cor of NJoI You are required to appear on
Va Lot of N W'4 21 7 23 12 L. R. kale? 2.15 June 17lh. 1942, ht the uhi.xe named l
Lot 3 and SHi of Lot NE'. of SWy4 21 7 22 40 Unknown 4.21St4 L'iMirt:: an't;/ cause, wherein plaintiff i

4 of Blk 12N'i W. T. Week. Jr. 384 ; of RW'4 of SW4 21 7 22 20 ltarbara. 'W: Kin.SE'4 3.28 seeks divorce. Bradford County tak.666
of Lot 4 & Lot 5, telegraph shell publlxh this Order I "
8, 7 of Elk 2 Mr. J. E. Wilson 600 of 8W'4 23 7 22 40 n. C. Cone 1.96 I8W4 In next four weekly (untie.. '

Lot "8 '9, 10 nf Blk 11 Almetta Alvarea 1220. !' of flW\4 U 7 22 40 J. D. Thompson 4.21 Witness my band and ..fll..I..I..1. )

Lot : ot" Blk 11 Carl Kltch 274 j lEI, of SE'4 n 7 2Z 40 J. D. Thm"paon, 4.21 .
2 13 & Lot ---,- ---__------- -
N'l.JZt' Lots 6. 8, 11. 12 fluh- If
of Lot 4.
11 S'/a W. T. Week. Eat. 1169 N\o\ or NE4! _" t
of Blk 13 ofNWI4
29 7 2Z //I Ollef Williams ::1.03
NEW LIFE"for Lot a,'t124 A of S9 Blk ft 40f. Floyd OreenJ 2821 1 A ;; tf slde ot SW'4of Prompt Service Careful Drivers

114 H. Denmark 15.71 NW'44' K of h ad-
Lot 10, 11 of Blk Unknown 107 joining Ry 29 7 22:! I I'nkno"n 1.211
| Spring Lot 4 of Blk 19 E'5 of SEV4' of /oIWI\\ 29 7 2:1: 20 fllI..f Williams 3.28r
Lo1.. 2, 13, 14 of Blk Unknown 3.04Lo. Coin gd E of NWCor .
2- : of 4E'4 of NFI'4 Starke Taxi Service ;
Oxfords / 6. 7, 8 9.
3. 4.I., Unknown 3.04 & run E 52:! 13 yd.R ..
ti Hilt 24
10. 1. 12 of 17ft yds W 83 1-3
But Those Old Lot 3 S'-i of Lot 4 F. E. Prince 1.63 1'76 30 7 23 3 r. T. Johns 7.05Ny
Spring of Blk 1 20 dofN Elk 1d/n/ 4ltamp-

9. We'll :Make Them Loll* :; 'lilk8'2l'' 10. 11. Wm. BallnC. 16.01 ton 30 7 22 Frank 4:. 110,1.1 J.n _. Phone 150 !
r K. John .90 1..0' 7. 8 of 141k 11 In Hampton. Development'
Another Season. Lot 7 of Ikof 114BIk Unknown 123 Hampt..n 30 7 23 ('u. 11.88
Lot 4. 11 Lit 1 lit W 211 tl 01
Lot 2 ot lUk 29 II1..n- :
Electric TKMPI.F.-S ADDITION TO "T4RKE :14: 41 :22111k : ton' Add 30 7 U W. (1. Seais 3.81 Day Night ;

Shoe Unknown 421 lots 7. 8. 9. 10 (.t Hlk
13 311 'Ilanton' Add 30 7 23 J. I. LamorealllC n.71

Shop l.ot. 8. 9. 10. 111 12. 13. Unknown 1 451M 14)15. 7, 8, p. 10. 11 I. 12 .. ..
116 of' Blk 1t ---------------- -- ,
I'revatt 6,03 r.r lJlk U t'ianlon's
1. o.
Oolite Park ]Lot 3 IIf But 18 'nknown
TheatreONOGRAPH J, P. Koberto 4H Add 30 7 U i.
Lots 4.I/ Al lk 18
C. A. Kutch 1.22 of BIk \"rllrht'e .
Lilt I. 7 of 111kofk 23 140d71' 30 7 U J. W. horn 1I.n 4

Bike 31, 32 Starke Peeks Addition 28 8 U T. R. Young 4.51 Lora I 2 9 4'A 5.tf fJIk SAFE FAST! COMFORTABLE !
to 2 ttlrlght'. 311 7 23: \rnll..y; William" 7.21
!.o:. 1' 2 3i 4B.,6u 8.s!: flWof NW'. 30 7 U 40. Unknown: 3.43
9, 10: 1 22 Quigley & Davis' 16.31NM All SE'. of IJW'4: F. of
Jour Add to tarke Z8 8 Fly 80 7 23 1:1: "'. P. Pearson 368RVt44 j
-,4 of Blk 1 Ex, S'! !' of of SA'4 30 7 U 4" t'nknown 3.U AND ECONOMICAL !
I..t" 1. 2 & fllk 2 & Lots 13. 14. 22. 23. 24 of

N'. ofllk 3 Dowlln". U E. J. Dowllng 7.43 Elk 40 HamptonI'crk
Sul 28 8 31.83 7 23 Mae' lIaYell I 43

8!I''' u'bf BIk 3 Dowllnc'. 28 8 23 E. J. DowllncOllle 1>.50 SW'' of NE' Et 4 A RIDE THE BUSSES
$ Div E. .Ida & I NE4i< of
!. Blk 1 ,,:ynn'. Marr 7.01 'NW;: 31 7 23 77 :lln. I.. R. Kalch 868
.oldof 22
28 I 4 A .n E side. 0' RW'4 Courteous Correct Information
Lots A. B, (0 of BIk 1Wynn. Boyd Holloway 10 15 & SE'! '. 0 f ,
'. Add .8 8 23 ;:tF.IEI 31 7 22 U :Mrs Map" I. Wllllams 645

Com 66 ft II! from AE 1 Lot 1 ot WI{, of 31 1 22 10 Nora ... 2.23 Given You At .
(001' of Lot 8 of Blk 2 tot I of W'.. of Nwl 31 7 22 10 :l1..IIM" MinIm" 2: Uf.ot
& run W 180 ft 8 3 of W7.of NW'. U 7 22:! 10 ".ell It. Moore 2. M6W'
158.8 ft E IIN.5 tt to of I'Iw\4' \ 31 7 21 411 Unknown 1.45 UNION BUS STATION
road thence N 101 ft Iv E4!. & NE% of NW'4 33 7 U 200 Wan) Corp 1!I.22wr

| RECORDS }. va'; a of Add Beg t 8t. r G.l IS I 2 2varea 1\lre. Evelyn Stephen O.E1 8' S: '<4I'1.' SW's a 33 7 Z2 ftO t.nkno..n 11.25 I

rQe [Lot 1 of Elk 3.f. O. AI. John E. Marchall2fl 10.01 "E'" "f NE' 34 7 U 40J. D. Thomp"..' 4.20
Assortment Add .to Starke 28 6 Com at = Cnr of =
35 & W 16840 .
inbia Victor I. 31. JORy48' ADDI'rUt" TO 8T.'RKti 0 22t.ot 8 381i ydll W 251.. ydsR .
h Mary B. Maloney 421 55 yds Ii: 320 yd" M SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
Bluebird 2 ot Blk 32 110 yds. E 220 ydM N
a. Lot 4 2 City Park Walter J. Redman 1.20 /150/ yes. to "t of 'Bee r '6.T g : sEx (
Sub Ofvr"ak 28 I U Hy U 7 22 23 L. T. Dyer 9,71 Gasoline Oils and Fuels

Elk I City Park Don Hoover 1.20 : at "l.W Cor AN"i.l ,
U :0."J
rge Selection t.oJut obl 28 I NE :

of 8'4 of Lot 4 of Blk 12 22 Floyd Green 31.90 "d" E l5l..., yds N 385 WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING '
als "opulare Oa.kla, Add to tark. 2t 6 yds 25144 vd. i
Blk of Lot B..g : SEts of E'1Fo. GIVE US A KING WE DELIVERH.
ail Orders 4 Cissklne Add to Floyd Green .63 S A In NE rnr .
Given fltmrltm -"9 e 22 F.x 3 A In 14WCor2Es .
Cor 311 7 n n W. w. Parkham JJ.J: :
Ompt Attention Com 310 ft N of SB .
of NBV of NWVi\ & NW4 NW" 35 7 22 411 J. n. Thompson 420
run W 210 ft N 810 444. of NWI4 of IIW\4\ U 7 U 10 T. H. Trlut 4.n E. TUCKER, Agent

ft E 210 ft M 210 ft 1 Ancll Orlffl. 4 121 Com nn W slds of R" J .. r
Beg 29 0 22 Rltrhl of Way on $..o For Sinclair Refining Co. :
L. REAMS Co'tS: NW Cor of line a raft N .n Rlgbtof
; 5at 8 Way 70 d. W 35
'. XY 'E tiE" ft for yds to Ile. Phone 158 Starke F1a.I
.,. tt 210 aPt N 70 .
l.. arsLiti of Bee thence run Lin'ae thanes F. to BahrA
E 370 ft 8 201 ft Wan I a SEya of3w' 3,88
*" a fc ft N 199 ft to Pt.*' I 22 2 Elmo Strath 683 U 7 U. VOllla

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