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 19, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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sling and Home of the

bation enter for BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

BLANDING This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877


rap Rubber '$35,000Bond Issue !

ing CollectedStations Approved At Polls Tuesday I

I !

Bond Sale Here Recipe Market Sales 5th RegistrationTo Action Assures

DealersCooperating Now Exceeds Y Still Good Be June 30From Completion {

Quarter MillionThe For J, B. Gardner, manager of I the, the office of the Bradford Of New SchoolThe

Stale Farmers' Market, reported"the County Selective Service 1'
salvage for victory drive"' I last of the strawberries" Hoard. In the SUrke Armor vote Tuesday was 310 "ye,,"
local postofflce and bank) comes the information that June
rubber June 15-30 got Keeping thin week with seven crates which and 36 "no" In favor of author-
have fr
ap together sold 1272,892.10 30 will murk the date for the
Bradford County; izing u $3 .OOO bond issue' for
in ae I averaged $2.25 And although a
way worth of war bonds and stamps registration of "all mon born on
bang, all four t und additions to the
rek with a from the first of May 1941 I few crates of okra were broughtIn or after January 1, 1922 and on
stations high school and
bulk school
large oil through the middle of June 1942; last week this week practically or before June 30, 1924" In the elementary
Sinclair and Shell building at Slarke.
d, Gulf -or a period of 13 1-2 months. Cool fifth registration to recruit mentor
with I a whole- ut-liei-s In the okra season with The number of ballots cast totaled .
iclpating Of this amount the pew toff Ice sold the armed forte of the Na
unanimity in a concerted ,' $153.525 In bonds and the Florida 27 crates which averaged $2 per .(ton, The fifth registration will 317. a clear majority of
back on yM. A- qualified. freeholders in
to put America Bank at Starke sold $99,125- '1 i ieqe crate be held on Tuesday, June 30, SpecialTax

and thus help win the war. a total of $252,650 In bonds. In The total number of packages tween the hours of 7 A. M. be-I School District No.3. thus
of all fourlea I sold on the market June 11-17 making I the election valid. In the
local managers addition, the postofflce sold $20.- P. M., and plans are being
I '
3,095 In addition toberries first attempt to authorize the U-
Stan- was which
K. G. Duncan 242.10 In stamps bringing total ."to register approximately one-
Freeman Register, Gulf; H. .ales of war bonds and stamps at and okra are as follows: .half the number of men who were sue Oil January 27, the election
ker, Sinclair; and J. B. the Postofflce to $173,767.10. Green beans, 395- -average 80 'registered'/ In the third registry' weal void because a sufficient

Jer Shellall declared en- cents per crate, totaling $316; ;lion," number of freeholders did. not go
In first half of '
the June the
to the polls.
had In- Lima beans C04--average $1.75,
that they
itlcally postofflce sold $14,225 I in war; The following persons have been
total $882 1582 crates After of
service stations'' toe ; corn bringing Supervisor Registration
d; their appointed by the Local 110111'.1membPrs
bonds, while the Bank sold $5,900
pound for all the $1582; peppers 219 crates, had pruned the books of all
cent a
to nerve as chief registrars
that they could get totaling $20,125. The Postofflce Rousing conditions In Starke may be hot and errrowdeil, but averaging $1.30 yielded $284 to names of voters who had died or "
rubber :: and are requested to report #
has sold in addition $1,124.30 in
i and they would reimburse who care a* long u* a fellow has shady backyard and a big zinc the farmer; field peas 200 crates to the office In the Starke Armory moved out of the district, 627

mmedlntely. In one or two stamps bringing the total for, tub with nice cool water to nit In. Here IN. the way one Starkemother : at 90 cents, $180; Irish potatoes Monday. June 29 for further were' left, making It necessary for
their bonds and\ ptamps for the first 37 crates ut $1.25, or J46.25; 315 ballots to be cast In order to
had l scales on
:a they < tout oolted the heir-conditioning problem. | Instructions and supplies:
half of June to $21,249.30. .
haul andr squash 93 crates at $1.25, or have a legal election. ;
and could weigh These figures were compiled by; a $116.25; 41 crates of tomatoes at Miss! Madge Middleton, Slarke; It wan generally conceded that bn

> It In one campaign operation.will Postmaster Fred F. Stump and Rationing Board 70 cents, or 2870. L. H. Hill Lawley: Clnuilo. May, mujoilty, of thorn voting would

B collection of \v. B. Sewell president of the e Rotarians Enjoy The 3,095 packages of all veg- Hampton; Mrs. Ruth F'rnzlerGra bn In. favor of the bond l issue, but
!scrap! rubber any typed Mrs ResHle
ham Colson.
hone, old over- Florida Bank at Starke. Accord Will Close tables yielded $3,505.65 to Bradford ; he problem wan to get the re.qulretl .
old garden
ing to Mr. Stump they do not Include farmers netting an average broker" ; bins Floy Sullivan, number out to the polls.H. .
water At Noon Thursdays
boots hot
rubber "
Tlieressn and Mrs R. It. Andrews
I ; S4. chairman of the
junk tires and other items: the postofficea at Hampton, Fine MeetingFive of $1.13 per crate.Darby's Sparks
i .
New River.Methodist tS.
School Hoard! the various n. H.
jber that might be classed Lawtey and Brooker which have Dempsey Sapp secretary in the

or junk.B. I sold a few bonds and stamps.According I I office of local Rationing Hoard j teachers and other Interested 5

p to S. A. Weldon elements combined to 45-1, announced yesterday. that I To Move pastor persons) worked faithfully, reminding
Bohannon, district man 'make a highly successful meetingof ; voters to go to the polls
local Bradford County chairman of the the office would& be closed from Welcomed BackThe
and K G. Duncan
the Club here Wednesday and cast their votes.
war bond and stamp drive, the e Rotary 12 o'clock noon for the rest of

;er. began of ''h the e Standard drive in ear Oil quota for the County for the e : Good music good food, a the day on Thursdays, but wouldbe Into New HomeAfter Rev. G. C. Powell pastorof The $3 .OOO Issue represents ih

'ahen my this week month of June Is $23,400. Hay good speaker 100 percent, attendance open on regular hours on the the Methodist Church, returnedto the amount the Government l I.

early they of: ing already raised $21,249.30. this and an unusually-. Urge other days of the week. Starke Monday night from asking Bradford County ,to put
around 7,000
t pounds number of visitors. 40 years in the name location toward' an adequate< and mod-
automobile tires. Mr. Dun leaves a balance of only $2,150.70( ; Lakeland, where lie attended the!
The music was furnished by; A. M Darby's store will ern school plant with addition
fccelved the following tele-' for'the County to reach her quota Plane Spotters annual session of the Florida
1 this month, with half the month the operatic tenor voice of Chris I move over the weekend and be Methodlst Conference He was/ and Improvement totaling $146-
Monday from his chief : yet to go. Napoll. young Stetson University; Still NeededSince ready for business In Its brand assigned by Bishop Arthur J. BOO.OO. The Government In putting -

JDnvllle, who Is alpo a state: featureof student who 10 at present singing; new home ,on West Call street Moore, president. of the Confer up the remaining $111,500.00
r In this capacity,which ex-; >One other noteworthy In the revival cervices at the Baptist the call for volunteer air Monday morning Charles A. WiHjoesdayi morning ,ater th< j
ence, .', Stark for the second 1
Is fact t
bond sale the .f'.v
what the service,, stations the that Church. To the able accompaniment plane oMervetai+<1n last week's Darby announced W e d n e sdny.' year. election Mr. Sparks Issued tttfctol i j I

I companies are trylng |p do: 45 $1OOO bonds havF been sold of Mrs. L: A. Canova at Telegraph, followed up by a few When rents continued to soar In towing statement C "The County ,
Mr Powell and ,
which sold to son
troleum Industry through 36 aeries E ,were the piano, :Mr. Napoll pleased the personal contacts H. A. Carlton, Starke and the Hollywood Photo Hoard of Publlo Instruction wishes
9 f series F the time In Lakeland, while
nation and bulk plant or- Individuals and o Rotarians and their guests with a chief air raid warden for Starke, and Gift Shop offered a higher spent to thank the public for the gen- ,
Masonic the Powell's, two daughters, Jew I
ktion will collect scrap rub- which were sold to the variety of classical and semi has received I six definite volunteers rental for the old< location: the ei-oim' response to tho call for a S
ell and Frances, visited In C'ler-
Of number the Pcwt- '
| rough all dealers and ser- Lodge. clupslcal: numbers. with four other tentative Darby's grasped the opportunity: I bond election more especially
office sold 14 of series r. and the for 21, out and building their) mont, a former pastorate worked to
'atlons paying one cent per ones This upon a request of stepping those who so faithfully
The food usual, was furnished "all, finances
and 9 as Mr. Powell reported
22 of aeries E
1 for all t types and kinds of Bank'sold MethodistChurch If there are others who would own store, after renting for 40 get but the vote making It a
F. by ladles of the paid In full" for the yens
of series "
ubbei Our bulk plant) who have been feeding. like to help out In the great national yen i it. I Ami ho also staled that for the grand success! !

will reimburse service sta- But being the business man, the Rotarians for the past several defense program, doing the j I The Bradford Engineering Company first time In history all ItfethodlHt. If. V.. Knight, attorney for the

"land dealers! and collect dally that h e is, Postmaster Stump weeks. Highlights of the lunch maximum of good with a mini- under. the direction of churches In Florida paid all financial Hoard stated Wednesday. that

rubber from their outlets warns that, not only will the were chicken plleau, hot biscuits mum of effort, see Mr. Cantor Maurice Edwards erected the new' claim In full. In his absence While the bonds have to be
i ore at bulk plant reporting quota likely be raised from monthto and a green .naiad toppedoff at the Bradford County Telegraph building at a cost of 4700. The two army chaplain) from validated and sold, this action on

t c this office stock on handset month, but that many of the with a generous portion of; or telephone him at 29. store will contain all new flx- Camp Illanillng filled the pulpit. the part of the voter should clear

u mg reimbursements bonds already purchased w ere ice-cold watermelon.The Perhaps each person who haw turex -cypreHH shelves and cases Upon their return In the parsonage the WilY for the Government. to r,

here Patriotic duty service bought from savings or idle volunteered could locate a congenial "There Is plenty of parking the Powells found that the release MH funds for the completion p

us, dealers! and others In- money lying up. In the future, main event of Dr.the C. programwas H. Don person to work with him space", Mr. Iiurby said. davenport and two chairs Jn the of the building. The Government
ed i since most of the bonds and an address by guarantee 100 percentof
through resourceful- work
own two are to
since been
her had newly
or living room up
from ovan, social professor of public to-I the face value.. of the bonds."
and Ingenuity arrange for stamps will be bought cur finance at the University of Florida gether for two hours per Baptist Revival holstered. and two a d d I 111 I onal

ng appliances. All agents rent earnings Starke and Brad There will be 12 two-hour chairs, a large rug, It floor lamp,
comprehensive I I
alesmen should get behind ford County must continue its discussion, who of gave the a various methods: ] in each 24-hour period, each Ends Sunday a table lamp and. a mirror had No Copper Wire

rogram and cooperate with fine effort to carry the war to use to couple working only two hours been placed In the living room, School v
might For New
officials of the Axis powers the government I the Revival services) which have
and civic organlza- the doorstep per day. It would be well fur I and two comfortable rock log
which we are
for successful conclusion of and not wait for them to bring It finance the war In 'I men to work at night and the been in progress since June 7 will at chain put on the front porch. Since the first aim of all true '
engaged. Church
rIve June 1 -3O." to America. now stated that the women during the day-except in close the Starke with the Baptist evening service This work wu done. by a committee Americans Is to win the war at

rke and Bradford County Dr. Donovan method would be rare Instances where men can be from the W. S. C. S. whatever sacrifice' to themselves,

1 the rest of America get Revival Closes least desirable to resort to found who can devote their time Sunday.The W. H. Noll man was the only; they very often have to "take It
i e for the government the preaching for these services other Starke representative' at the
aluminum the scrap Irone and turn out during day. on the chin; The Bradford High s
At TabernacleRevival the printing press has been done by the pastor
the official delegate
paper. Now, let everyone needed. This conference School I I.* no exception to thU'rule. 1
around his premises under new currency, as Inflation Gas RegistrationTo I A. 1 15.:: Llghtfoot, and the singing from the Starke church. Under date of June 12,
which have
Services would result; In disastrous tenor of the
10<"e. In the back yard and led by Chris Napoll Rollln flitter of Atlanta, Ga., actIng -
been in progress at the Taber- he said and the government 15 Glee Club and evangelistic
e, M Be July Stetson ,
well as In the clothesand naole for two weeks were closed seems determined not to use this Church Of God regional engineer, region 4..
the bureau drawer and singer. of the Federal Works Agency ad.
Sunday night, but the Spirit of means ot finance. Price Administrator Leon Hen Baptism will be administered at'
out all scrap rubber and The Rev. R. F Kirkland pastor reused the following letter to S.
to his the meeting continues and baptismal The 'alternative method I Is by derson has advised that all persons the clone of the Sunday evening twoweek'srevival of the C
I" U
nearest service stand : conducting a "J. Sparks
services will be held Sun- the sale of government who have already received it has been following
taxation and service as
thus help "KEEP 'EM meeting at the Church of County Board of Public Instruction W
Cove Santa Fe Lake.A all to pay, the new ruling which revival.At .
on ed. "We must expect prior to the 7th and 8th streets every night at "Thin U In answer to your letter .

oker Revival good many of the evening higher taxes and should also put went Into effect June 15, cannotbe I the morning worship service 8:30: o'clock. The meeting began: of June 9, enclosing two tele

worship services were held on the chase all the War Bonds we can, Issued any other card until the Sunday, Mr. Napolt will sing one Sunday, June 14, and will continue gr./mll received, with reference to

[Start Soon spacious outdoor Tabernacle from current Income." In view next registration July 15, Demp : of the greatest of all musical through June 28 "Every obtaining wire cable for DocketNo.

grounds and an amplyfylng system of the unsettled future in many sey Sapp, office assistant in Bradford numbers, "The Holy City", and body welcome to help UII win souls, Kin. 8-101 School, Starke,

viva! services start at the carried the music and mes- Industries Dr. Donovan stated County Rationing Board 45- the pastor! will preach on "Heav for our Master In this time of Fla., both of the telegrams indicating

ker Baptist church on Sun.night sage to the many hundred soldiers that Government bonds although 1, announced Tuesday. Those who enly Recognition". war and trouble," said 1 the pastor. the necessity. of having anA

t, June 21, with the Rev. passing nearby as well as to the bearing only a small rate of Interest have not received a supplemental A special Invitation Is extended -1-K preference rating before

LIghtfoot, pastor at Starke, goodly number 'attending the are the beet and safest In card, he continued will be Issued to all to attend these remaining Methodist Church the dealers would furnish the ma-

e guest preacher for the meeting. vestment that a person can makeIn enough gasoline to carry on their serviced, and the young peopleare terial.;

time In four y**". Singing Though the new building Is not these times. work until July 13. especially urged to be prevent Services! at the Church nex3urolay "We regret to have to advise a,

e led< for the first five nights, yet quite completed the office The new ruling, Mr. Sapp explained to hear the sermon, "All Thin, and will be as follow: you that no priority will be Issued

rls Napoll. who has been was used as an annex during the Lots Of Watermelons simply change the date Heaven Too" which I U being Church School 10 A. M. by the War Production

g the singing at the revival meeting and will probabTy be of registration from July 1 to preached by request of many who Morning Worship 11 o'clock. Hoard fur this or any other copper

cal! being concluded In StarkelueanneceWeek ready for occupancy by July 1. W. M. Agin on his regular beat July 15 so as to give the officeof have heard It before, and will be Sermon Subject: "Putting First wire. You may use whatever

Evangelist Frederick Billings along Call street Is responsiblefor price administration more time preached on Friday night. At that Things flret," wire you have on the site; but If

3 Brooker will his wife and two attractive children the statement that 36 carloadsof to complete arrangements for an hour Mr. Napoli will sing "Repent Youth Fellowship meeting 7F. you are unable to obtain such

!! and will t* returned to St. Louis Mon- watermelons paused along on adequate registration. "This should Ye", and will also sing In an alto- M. material, the school will have to

*ed Immediately by a week day. The music, under the direc- the Seaboard railroad Tuesday I not cause undue hardship on anyone tenor duet with Miss Margie Evening Worship 8 o'clock. remain unwired and without

"rtees at Dedan Church tion of the Rev. Forbes Fuller, morning going north. The fact ," he said "since the value of Patel. Sermon Subject: "Living In The lighting facilities This should not

''e of Brooker Just pastor Lawtey' Baptist church, that they had come off of the"Peggy" the unit on a card has been Increased Divine Presence" constitute: such a hardship In a

was an 'inspiration to. all and the railroad was enough I from three to six gallons" Chicken SupperThe Prayer services at the Church school when copper Is so urgently
__ lall nalanee.
tie Lunch special numbers- L oy "'ueesre Full era. evidence for him to know that Wednesday at 8 P. M. needed for gun, sheila and
Closed were enjoyedas Starke. 1/ welcome at all services I ."
Billings and Gomes they were all raised near Childrens' Day Intermediate Fellowship Visitors

'ell Vaughn's well as the violin numbers by Another 40( cars passed the same of the Methodist Church of the church.

lean Castle lunch isun W. B. McKinney and songs by morning he said, from somewhere At, USO June 27th will serve a fried chicken supper,, Soldier Killed

J vaughn temporarily.went to Pontiac He the girls trio In the southern part of the State. Saturday June 27, has been I i prepared by Mrs. Titus Olson in Lawtey Methodist Instantly
Archie was
to Sat Sgt.
building on
the operate a business there Events House designated as National USO Children | the 27 from 6:30: to 8 The Rev. Herbert Hazzard. pastor killed and his wife Myrtle
Plans Cost June ,
L"e "SUmmer leaving Mrs USO Low Day. All USO units In I urday. will be 50c. announces the following HI'vices F. Adam I. suffered a broken
Perry In charge of the Of JulyThe Starke ,are extending an Invitation o'clock. The price at the Lawtey and
She For 4th Silcox is building for E. for Sunday shoulder an arm and a leg
left Walter
suddenly, and the to the children of Bradford Church: Sunday School
II In the office Methodist sustained other injuries shortly
Closed Organization JI,!. Campbell, employe In a program To MeetThe
Service County to participate Legion 11
Woman's Blanding Center, a small 10 a. m. Morning Worship after midnight Saturday night
of the USO will sponsor a of and 14 In Peek's planned especially for them o'clock. Subject: "Father's Day" when the '39 Ford which they t

8 01 Injuries Fourth of July1 barbecue for the house on lots,13 across the Ralford on Sunday afternoon, June 28. local American Legion o'clock.will Kvenlng: Worship at 8:30: p. m. were driving overturned !several

men from Camp B1 ndlng. Townspeople addition Just the new Church of It was decided to have the meet Tuesday night at 8 Subject, "I Know. times a mile thl side of Keystone-
ilia Pat Letch worth' of 125 will be asked to donate road from The house will Children Day In Starke on Sunday Nothing that can be can of Heights. Mr*. Jones I Is still in
3rd building.
Jack.sonv1lle items of food and help Christ{ that might. also stress too much the necessity Station Hospital at Camp
lned arum who various cost $49O and Mr. Campbell and so parents member's being present at Recent Births the j
ured nee k at serve. family will move about July come; and enjoy the program. every meeting Blandlng where her condition re-

31e1 7, Lake Sunday afternoon The USO will plan the programof I his They are living at the present All USD's will be open to children big meeting-and every times. H. Ur. and Mrs., Elbert. Edward ma In j 'erlow. Detail) of the

"h en she struck her head entertainment for the day. in- 10. time lit the Lex Green house and parents from 1 to 5 p. during thee perilous everyone Jenkins. June 14, Starke, boy- cause of the accident are not
ttom band adjutant, urge
while contest, relay races, and the special program will A. Carlton, available.
diving, died ta cluding the intersection of Madison a, Edward: Jenkins
lU'Iertlde I Hospital Jacksonfew concerts, variety show, and street l and near Orange streets. be given at USO No. 1 at 3 p. m. to attend.

days aCo. dance. a am



IHF vV ,


I Mrs. M. B Sam Quiz and his able assistants
Mr. and I W.
put to 'shame t tile blood-loving conquerors of story. Then came the Jovial music grandparents. Starling .
The Bradford CountTelegraph I period, which was followed by Plummer Sam was in Lawtey Sunday and Ga. She "me t ,
antiquity formerly advised us the boys would do !It ire
:j r the lesson study time. A periodof Mrs. Robert Covington ents and the
Additional evidence has been produced to one .
Kstabllslued lau outdoor relaxation In games Mimi Madeline Frigo, of again In about six weeks. and we I ]\ Aus1, .thprfrs t
t completely substantiate Anthony Eden's almost unbelievable several days Immediately engaged 10 front row | :
came next and after thin was the Jacksonville spent Una spent v.r
r; MEMBERlERJDA report of what Japs" did In Hongkong. handwork period. The Junior here with Mr. Covlngton's parents ringside pasteboards. This col- with relatives? ey)

W PRbSS ASsOCIATION Wanton murder, torture and rape are appaittitly a ages made a Palestine city model, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cov umn will give you the winner a Mrs R

NAn EDTORIALASSCXIVnQN, definite part of Japanese policy.In while the Intermediates made ington. Madeline\ It will be remembered week before the fight. However home after s Waollln blr

10.101SVBSCltlPTlON Europe, Hitler la pursuing a similar course Scripture wall plaques and Dally Is the wife of Bob don't bet too much with her !penainlll!..

When "crimes" are committed against the Ger- Promise Boxes. At the close of Covington who Is at sea with the Fernandina.bathe din

a i f q ,y, KATE mans in occupied countries, no particular effort each day's geatdons the whole Merchant Marine.\ GRAHAM

'+ t 1 ))1udf;{ f, Yearly $..13; Six Month. $..00. 'la" made to find and punish the guilty. Instead school met together to honor to Master Marshall Strickland, Ily 1'1.... L. C. Smith
the Flag of the United States of young ton of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Learning To
hundreds.. Ii
of Innocent
scores and people are sum
and Strlckand of Gainesville returned,l Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKlnzle of
The Christian Flag,
a ana Entered a* Seo04 America Fighter
.bll..ecI Weekly on Fridays
s marily executed. And the Nazis usually pick vic the Bible. home Tuesday after several Hart Haven spent some time with Plane

kI + CliuM Matter at the Foot Office at Stark, Fla. tims who have qualities. of leadership order Teachers during this two-week weeks' visit with his grandparents the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Taking

.r t to further their policy of turning those countriesinto school period were Mrs M. B Mr and Mrs. T. J, Terjy. J. H. Surrency last week. I the Initial IIIp

; A Letter To A Father slave mate whose function for all time will Futch, Mrs. Arthur Pearce Mlwies Mrs. Strickland will be remembered Mr. and ).I.... Ancll Norman of winning hU WnM| 4 *

be to produce brutish laborers for the New Order. Irene Prevatt and Evelyn Warren as Miss Claudia Terry. the Rising section spent Friday' a second lleut num.,

I m4y The following paragraphs are a reproduction Cold planned barbarism Is part and parcel of Afr;). Fred Moore, Mrs. H. B. Ar- Johnnie Redgrave was seen with Mrs. Norman's parents Mr. Ralph Rhode BOn of

,; ,a + js of an actual letter sent to a father who was" en the Axis' design for world conquest, wood Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and Mrs with Cleon (Cooter) Wooten at and Mrs. R. M. Johnson.Mr. Montelth of

,Ilk' ) i deavoring to appeal the Selective Service classification i Frederick P. Billings. the Gomez-Tucker fight Friday and Mra. Talmadge Kelly of rolled aj an aviation Starke Ii

r of his son In an effort to obtain deferment Forbes B. Fuller, pastor of the night at Jax. They seemed to be Brooker visited Mr. and Mrs. Army Air Forces

j + s' from military duty. We publish it here in the Save Rubber, Metal-No More Paper Church was Superintendent. very much in power. and George Rivers Sunday. S c h 0 I for Pilot Pr..

that It might consolation for other No expected the American people to do thoroughly enjoying the fight. Willie Strickland left Friday Field Ala.. Where It
.s ? ; hope serve as one THIS WEKK'S: CONTRIBUTORS We apologize to (Fatso) Bill for h lilt
r fathers and mothers who find themselves face to such a good job of saving waste paper. Six months T> continue names of donors Harrell for omitting his departure Camp Blandlng where he has military, physiCal &n4
enlisted in the U. S. Army. training
a ; face with the same sacrifice ago there was a shortage of material for the paper and amounts. We trust donations last week./ Fats returned to Bert Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and fly Amerlca'B calcUlated 10 III,

ix. mills. Now there Is a surplus. will continue to come In. nlng a week ago after a delightful fighter Ii
Charlie and
( sons, Bobbie Mra. L. pertly
It a Dear Mr. Jones: This
Is defray
r' t That should be a lesson to our government not money to expenses and well earned. 10-day furlough C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. An-
Till letter I,* baited upon your parting for all phases of the Lawtey defense Rhodes
having ,
to call on the Aemrlcan people to do a job unless Lawtey enjoyed drew Gaudloso were visiting 'In cation at recelvg
word Tear formed in effort.R. the
r ; jextenlay. your eye Fatso and will look forward this o UnlvPhltr
3 your voice weakened, and you aUd: "We don't they expect a whale of a good job to be done. It R .Thede $:5.00, A. H. Harley next furlough particularlythe Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Ida where he was 51
y r Fj should be a lesson to the Axis that we are beginning Sr. ,:SO. Mrs. Bertha Stucky $1.00 Mrs. Gaudioso remained for a he was accepted
want anything hut Iud''U right.Ve dOD'twant one lasting forever.Mr. few in the asac
to substitute "too much and too soon" for Mrs. B. F. Jackson $1.00 R W. days city. United States
4 to do an)thing wrong'r and Mrs. Jim Moore Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wynn of AIr
r "too little and too late Mosley 91.00 Mine Alma Lee Upon
lis } v Hy these MI MI).*, I bellete you are a goodman and Mr. and Mrs. WilliamC. Sampson City were visiting rela Maxwell completing i bli
Crews .28: Mr. Rice $100 H. B. Field,
but you are a Nuhject of parental. weak- 'Given the job of whipping the paper sho..tage.the Wooten Jr., of Atlanta arrived. lives Monday. sent to this nit
W $ Arwood $500: T J. Terry $1.00 one of the
J V lies*, mind 111k I weaknen, haft blinded you NO American people drove the shortage into a Mr Carmichael J100/J. C. Pre- Sunday to spend their vacation I We are sorry to report the flying schools la D1anr)

4 that yon hate, wandered from the true path. surplus before Washington could catch its breath. vatt Sr. $1.00, J. C. Prevail Jr. with their respective families death of little Julia Marie Starling Army Air Training the Ctn t

? Your cours now In, right or wrong, he. .U my Housewives saved every sack and newspaper. Men 11.00. Mrs. T J. Terry $100, J. here, and at Klngsley Lake daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. first phase of his Pilot In

jpy a son.t' carefully laid aside the cards that come with P. Wyrick $1.00. (Ironhead) Keeffee ::;:Harrell I

shirt. Boys and girls carried to collection Colored sailor son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
e The fm-U In thin case show that for ttrv paper :
,I era! yearn. jour Ron wa.. following hln o"nPll..ult. points" In baby carriages. and toy wagons Bundles Horace Bryan .25: Annie Bell Harrell is here on his first fur Soldiers of Product!
) n Keeffee la stationed at
of Pringle ,10, John Tompkins .25, lough.
$ working away from lilt home town paper were strapped to running boards and on
Norfolk Va.. having been discharged -
and that on the ese of hU Country ..1Il1. inr' top of cars. Trucks picked up bundles from beside Walter Tucker .25 Sadie Jenkins from the
,10, Brown 1.00 Rosa I hospital only
Mary $ ,
order e\ade. 1 Ire lie, home anil.nought garbage cans. City bailers took the collec "
to her returned : Johntton .25 Pauline Berry .05.: Friday" following a major opera America's "ioldier. of production men and women wwkmi' 1
t; to .. refuge under. jour prot..Unwlnle./ tion and turned it Into car loads.V.U'ATIO.Y Ike Felder .50.. Frank Bell .25.11 t I inn. He looks a bit weather- plant of American industry have their uniforms, too. Somlua!

1'y'teE, t 'q M 1 do n.>t think your MOO" t'aMe ha any Unrle Sam call.* it a magnificent Jvo. Florida, Zonnle Lee .25, Celia Lee .25: ''beaten but already Is coming out worn by O-E worker on vital production job are shown belt,. f fVL

: i II 1IP1'lt The law pro\lde. for appeal. for those a-i usual wag well out In front of the parade of tle Williams .50: Rita Strong Net.j'I of the kli.ks. Keeffee Is happy to

4 I L who hate meritorious 'auMt", and one who state"*, Charlie McArthur 60. be home as are his many friendsto

.g r d gi.g attempt to appeal without' merit simply token On instructions from Washington the Florida These donations are appreciatedand have him. It Is men like Iron-

1 aA, ,tdr 7 } : advantage of the law to postpone service" for salvage campaign has called a halt on the paper are for a most worthy cause. head who make our's the greatest

..t. r few weekH.N drive but the salvage campaign goes on. Get In There are many people in Lawteyand Navy in the world. (And I'm not

r, [ j1. >"er In history has there been. uoh a the Scrap and Slap the Jap with Scrap are still vicinity who are able to give kidding In either).
last week's
several dollars without depriving we advised
M 1' l war n. !I... now In progress/ on the Mp'on nea-4, valid, slogans. No scrap paper any more but scrap themselves. It Is not only !: that the Rev. Forbes M. Fuller *

Ir k' the continent of Europe, .\.la, Africa ndAiiNlrulia. metal and rubber. youl'duty had
... ; but your privilege. By not accepted the position of assistant ",
iI. 'fs< Tide ships of our enemy are now Uncle Sam says the need for Iron steel copper giving to this cause you are deliberately to the Chief Observer in the

s within Might of our ..h..r.... "'.. may win and zinc and other metals Is still acute. And we allowing someone else to Air raid warning service. This

I'"t j M ue muy l lore; ue think we will win hut MO doe need, all the rubber we can find. pay for your piotectlon. Please i Is in error. Rev. Fuller has been

our enemy think he will win. If we should DefenHe Council funds to equip First Aid Stations send, or bring your donations to appointed Chief Observer for the

I lone, our (;iii\ernmenl, with all Its rights and and, other essential services can still be obtained Mrs Blanche Edwards or Mrs. A. Lawtey District, and IB doing a

qi I'rhll.ot.hl"/ we 1 hate w> long .cherished from the sale of metals and rubber. Collection l>I. Lewiti treasurer, ut once. splendid job lie Is getting the 1. Not a gas mask, but a special 2. Like a man from llj

i t'' s will perlfh. tearing u. In ilni-kneMs and the of hard ocrup will help to win the war. More names and amounts will cooperation of his observers, and nose mask to guard his breathing, "cold room' research i a
+ be listed next week, we hope. with the completion of the observation is worn by this spray painter at his strange sight as hettittJ
\lcllini' of One state has
foreign/ despots and Ij rants. :May a goal of enough ferrous metals
tower here he should be job in one of the General Electric instruments for hih du.
(his; hour never come to bul.d twu battleships! Perhaps Staike could Mr. and Mrs Louis H. Hill were given even more cooperation. Ob- plants. formance m a G E late

In (1,1. war, tt-s in other warn, we have gather enough to build four motored bombers or hosts to a bevy of charming servers please contact Rev. Fuller

iMb pledged our' Ikea our fortunes and tarred medium tanks from attics and* closets. young ladles and a houseful of for all problems pertaining to

h4, honor. One battle leas been won, but the war Is still I soldiers over the week-end. A your work. 1

s, r J 1 recall I there bn..tillful word of Shake going oneTighter delightful dinner was served Sat. Lawtey lost two of Its nicest z

4Z .peart: urday night. Among the ladles military couples this week. Capt /

) J .'4ri "Be Just und fear not, attending were Misses Emily I and Mrs. W. H. Cheshire and

Let all thou alniMt at Gasoline Control Piultt Dorothy Ward, Betty young Bon left for Amarlllo '

By Thy CountryX' S The gasoline rationing plan which has been Brightwell of Jacksonville Doro- Texas Honday. They are drivingthrough.
'Thy Ood and
a thy Swanbom and Clara Mae !
y; Truth's." tented !in the eastern states and found Captain and Mrs. Gill, _
wanting is of
1 Harley Lawtey. who occupied the same residence &i
( If you mean what you .say and If you are lOW being revamped to get rid of objectionable Miss Elizabeth Flummer was in with the Che hlreB. moved to
'r t the man I think you are, upon receipt of this loopholes. [Jacksonville Friday. She will return Starke the same day. We truly

letter you will rail jour turn and read this Immediately after the preaent( rationing plan here to spend the remainderof regret loping these fine folks.

letter to him niiil nay: 1 went into effect it was apparent to motorists in her vacation with her parents Lawtey has always bemoanedthe _

It SERVE: THV C'Ot'.VTRV." the East that it wouldn't work It Mr. and Mrs. M. B Plummer fact that it had so few salaried 3. Frankenstein? No just another 4. The helmet he it
as was meant to It Is rumored that Q-t k!: worker. Hs job is him from light!
And J. S, (Jules) At sandblasting protect
if people. 99 civi-
sli work present
I. because
your eon true and It
loyal he will depended too much
% on voluntary Eunice Is to work In the Jax lian big: turbine castings for Uncle from a welder's arc w|
i i report to hi.. Selectlte Sen.... Loral Hoard co-operation Instead of enforcable regulations. shipyard now under construction. employees at Blanding live Sam's ships at one of the General blindness if he did not'
at once and May "I nun willing and ready to In the first place ration boards which decided It is our private opinion that any bus Lawtey load leaves or dally vicinity.at 7 A A. full M., Electric plants strange headgear.C.n..a. .
serve wherever' how
t't my Country needs me most. much gasoline each motorist was entitled nation powerful enough to
to, get at :5:30
: P. M. Bus service Electric believe that its first duty ass
i him will mart-It the hopes. and wishes of showed wide differences !in judgment. In omeca..es work out of Jules lei strong enoughto will be Increased .
commensurate aolditr.Genera
''ti' allm.I'u. good citizen !la to b* a good
s, people who were In real need of more gas>olin win this war. It would make i with the demand.F. '
sir Yours Sincerely were unable to convince an over-strict rationing good propaganda to the detrimentof R. and Mrs. Carradlne, Pvt. / Electric'Company, Scfifntctady, N. ?

JERRY: W. Ht'LIJVAX board of that need. In other cases the rationers the Axis morale.Master Del Chandler and Billy Plummer

t Government A 1'1"111'Ie"nt.. were over generous with their friends and some Gene Plummer. young ,were rlngplders at the Tommy
i sort of Mr. and Mra. Richard,'j Oomez-Tommy: Tucker .
were known to give pretty girls an extra fight Friday .
helping Plummer of
Jacksonville Is here.ifor
Lidice of gasoline "on their face i I night in Jacksonville. An excellent -
Was value.
? Little Town Too an extended visit with his card
q Under was presented by n
.f new rationing
; plan the boards will
''ti you think that Hitler wouldn't bother with be subject to more careful checking.
i a little "spot In the
How road" like Starke? will be given an A book entitling him to a min-

s you are. wrong you are, my friend. How wrong imum supply of gasoline Aid will then have to

prove In writing the need for any extra supply.
"' He didn't seem to think It beneath his dignity The ration board, In turn will realize
to those
: leave his
'cj, -a little town calling card at LJillce. ,, Czechoslovakia requests will be subject to inspection and won't raIyvLld
of 1.200 souls. Just about the size take the chance of playing favorites.

of Starke before Camp Blanding name along. The other major problem In the _
e 1 : present set-up
livery man was put to death In Lidice; every Is that there Is no control over the gasoline eta _
dren placed In a concentration camp; the chile dons They may punch ration cards or not punch 11:1
: spirited
away to no one knows them .
: Every home and what fate. as they wish. They are not apt to get in
to the building In Udtce was flattened trouble If they give extra gasoline to their friends.
ground and the name of tile town erased Under the new
9'r from Nazi records, system, the gasoline station
ownero will collect
coupons the automobile
f; And why? owners and will only be able to get gasoline' for

(, S.l Because someone in Lidlce was accused of their statins. by turning In these coupons. Thus

sheltering the slayers of Hangman If they give any gasoline without ,
'' Heydrich-an collecting a
w .' arch criminal who "had It coupon they will reduce the
i&4 coming to him" if any amount they will be
is man ever did. able to obtain in the future. \ r rS

j The same thing could easily happen to These changes Indicate that the government
If military objectives in this area were lambed M rapidly learning this lesson: mandatory regular

tt"t and, someone here did a humane act by tions are more acceptable to the people than vol.
old to offering untary methods, when
T fleeing Army personnel. the voluntary methods offer
I.. For an opportunity for the
sheer sadistic cruelty the Axis leaders selfish minority to take ad
M i vantage of the co-operative majority.

1 ;Pt"t'. AROUND. R. Carradine LAW T E Y

The bean belt has been working I BIBLE !M( 11001.. tie tots
a Every day, from June 1 until I I
t 1 overtime in spite of the frequent June 12 the boys and girls of the The Primary children studied
nhowers. While 1 the sea, boats
price have been Lawtey community gathered from and the
its a nothing to shout about, the yield 8:30: till 11:30: A. M. In the Second watery creation. Their hunowoiK
has been excellent. What Annual project was Noah's Ark, with
r t" a pity Vacation Bible School a
"s something cannot be devised to at the Baptist Church The I line of animals emerging. The
r en-
m bring price and yield together. rollment this year amounted to' Juniors boys and girls studied
We are advised by George Rob. :54 and, the children who attended about Palestine In the Days of the
eats that the belt Prophets
j experienced the
i dally pensions had a good
r r alight delay Monday In the form time of it this. year.Commencement The Intermediate-Senior group
s! of a break In the drive chain. The considered the general theme of

operators of the Starke belt very Exercises were Church History, and this year the
kindly offered their chain Inasmuch held last Sunday, In connection lessons were on the Men of the
as their belt was not in use with the Annual Chlldrens Day' Early Reformation Era God's

1 that day but tola offer was de exerciser. Each of the depart.'I great men of a by-gone day men

dined as the Lawtey chain wan and ments. Beginners, Primary, Junior to whom we owe much for the
repaired in jig time. We are ask Intermediate-Senior took part Freedom and Liberty that we

/ ed by Mr. Roberta to express his In the program, explaining and I possess, both civic and religious now), '111111.

9 appreciation to the Starka operators demonstrating some of the things men who we know too little -
for their kind of tel'. they had learned. and made dur ,about; these were the subjects of
ing the two-week period. Color- the Intermediates.
{ ei s Lacey Futch of Jacksonville, books, Illustrating Bible stories,
was here found in Each day during the session lonUD UNDII AUTNO.try O. 'HI :
t Sunday visiting hU. pat the Old Testament were there COCAtO&A COMPANY iv
waa a short STARK'.E
en tu, Mr. and Mrs. SUaa Futcb.t' I Ithe chief display given by the llt-j\) ship period followed opening by a Bible wore COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

I .


LY NEWS ANALYSIS II Anph-U. S. Pool Kalhleen Norris i Says : t

visit to the Furmeis. Market ,
The announcement by President I belln\I' tomatoes. to the

Pact Means Second Front' I Ec csevelt and Prime Minister Winston Monday morning: brought, ,. Telegraph -I I market, because I can't t sell them. t

..Russ Churchill of the reporter face to face. with And .snap beans are practically
establishment A'oitIs Time to /IIdEw/ Dad's liurdens
for Lasting Peace I of t two'eomblned boards to integrate R farmer who "knew plenty' but I v.01'(hit',," you sec I them .setting / (

| Co-Operation ; Anglo-American arms production wasn't "tllklng"01', rather talk ; there lotting"Theie's i Bell SMHliciilr WN'l' 1'.1 t arxt

Join British Blockade I and plan the most effective! use of ed plenty but at the clone I of his i no use for me to put

]i Warships ; food resources of the United Nations conversation refused to permit, his. money Into hampers" he continued

had a two-fcld significance: name to be used. The Telegraphhas "II nd picking unit hauling tillI

pipeline to Supply Oil for East I 1. It meant that the United Na used the "faimeiicolumn find out whether they bring / I I II

tions'' war effort would be speededup as a sort of "open forum" for anything: or not. I haven't sold '

I tremendously by quicker production the full and free expression otone's my .stuff haphazard, I in .several I 4
opinion are expressed In thee column, Uiryt'liei ,
T OR'! "aTE-When ne"I analytl and not nectuarlly ol thli newspaper) of essential materials and a Individual opinionabout yeau 1 come down to the market -

.w Belenied by Western N.w pop.r Union. ___ ________ 'more efficient use of shipping farming and farm products, about and !see' if I can soil my produce i

facilities. prices about politics i elision or and then If I can find a ir

2. It meant that careful plans anything elite. buyer I go home and gather: It," \ \ r,
for the post-war world were being This particular fainter seemedto He lives! near the Fa i merit'' Market \Y\j I

laid, for the organization of the vast be a little blue over the present and can usually get help In a

resources of the United States carried outlook and expressed. himself hurry and gather his stuff and 1

into peace-time operations freely.I The Telegraph would get It back to the buyer In good

could help solve international prob. like to take advantage/ of his. time.He

hems of distribution, eliminate cut- thought therefore without divulging was well pleased with his

throat competition and raise living his mime. "The best. we good fortune on strawberries/ thin. !

standards. I could do on our tomatoes. last year./ "I gathered HO crates off

t That both the arms production week," he said, "was 100. And of 13.000) plants set out late the

board and the food board would I've got a field full of corn and third day of December and Just / __ r

M, have the benefit of the best Anglo- can't market it. Hut I have a few worked them one time" He received + .'

6 American planning brains was evi- hog. ," he continued, "and I'm go- a good, price for them. rj''

u dent from their personnel. Donald Ing to market my corn through )

e q M. Nelson, war production chieftain n\y hogs." RODMAN RKDDISH; who lives i,

cc and Oliver Lyttleton, British nix and a half miles northwest of V
9 Pointing at several hamper! of Y I
minister of production, comprisedthe Starke, wan also at the Farmeis'
green bean. that had been left at \1 ,:'
production board. Claude R. Market with a load of sweet coin rS\
,.e the market since the middle. of
Wickard I "11 look like we ought to \
secretary of agriculture last week and were rotting he get
was named American representative more out of It than we are! getting -
Csc 1 said: Beans a are not being
.< on the food board, working with brought In or pic l ked because ," he said. They started to \ { I

the Hon R. H. Brand head of the there Is no market for them. selling coin Monday of last week. Ii
British Food mission. "Tho season has been bud; too
They are rotting at the market
much rain and then too dry. The
Reduction of American food surpluses now; but the retail mores don't
4- corn season Is a little later this
f i
might become necessary show It. They sell things Just as
President Roosevelt I year" than \It was. last. ," he stated
warned as a high as If they sold on the mar
Last the season! closed June
means of alleviating hardships ket. Berries are the only things year
abroad. One of the objectives of the 18; this yen the bulk of the! cornhasn't
t I ; that the people here have really
: food board, he said is to distribute made on. yet been brought In.
any money
_4 t foodstuffs on a fair basis among all Besides. corn, Mr. Reddish stated p0 urar.eRemember
"A who has
man hogs won'tlose
United Nations.BUMPER I hat he had grown "a regular I

I the I'nited State can help Greece, now starving and prostrate anything on his sweet corn, duke'H mixture this year tried lAiil ;in thru mina data /'nifl hfiirl i', a, /henry ni .. lit.Inn ,

but rule was among; things discussed when King George II oljfcrrcd CROPS: because he can feed It to his to prow a little of everything. .1 ores thus big/ untdirr '''... So i//u",//,1 new n bud il bet/', 9 lot la are motheruml

with, President Roosevelt during the Greek monarch' For hofts. I work at Camp Blinding. Hut they haven't made much of a the chiltlrrn ihrrrfiil.By .
U. S. Farms
II (10 Washington. Above, the President Is shown with King a good deal of the time und take go at It," he said.

D i the White House lawn. Progress in the battle for all-out my salary and buy need and fertilizer Mr. Reddish was born In Bradford KATIiLEEN NORRISDAD
RKMKMHKK; ; 1),tl> :
YANK WARSHIPS : food production was reported by the but can't Ret my money County (Ralford), but when isn't having much "i
CSS PACT: department of agriculture which back out of them. They tell UK to the county w" a divided many lie ftrobnbly miurilit son

Join British FleetAs predicted that all previous records plant a lot of stuff, thinking years ago he wan left In Union these days. In my at much at you ilo. And hedorgn't 'A

Front'ammer land and air warfare in Europeand of United States farm productionmay surely it would sell this year; but County. However, he moved, to I opinion, Dad is having havp. canteen stork and ,

succession came Africa approached a critical "considerably exceeded"if It doesn't. I haven't brought) any Bradford again eight years ago the worst time of any memberof first aid r/ViMrs to trip hint "

iei by the United States stage, the Atlantic ocean battle weather conditions remain favor _--'-- '- _.. 'I the family. The gallant forget thf heavinrm aj hitheart. '

d Great Britain that prom- theater crowded into the forefront able. T/IERESSA visitor in Sturke Satuiday. I boys who go away are getting He ixn't young anymore

ientous! consequences for with the announcement that a The department said most crops and those muchdigciimi'd ,
Miss| Ida Hogan and Mis. Dun tremendous lot of sympathy;
Mrs. II. D. a
and then were in better condition than at the By May I "
tion of the war erful task force of U. S. warshipshad Raley were shopping In Keystone "comfort* of hom,, r
mother and the girls are deepin :
of the peace after- Joined the British home fleet. corresponding time last year when Mrs. Hilda Griffith and childrenof Saturday afternoon. mean more than ever to tuna ,
the nation had one of the most bountiful and exciting activities.Dad .
Commanded by Rear Admiral Rob Miami are visiting Mr. and Mi and Mrs. C. Sullivan/ and new So fry lit nat'f than goal, instead !

President Roosevelt gnat ert C. Giffen the American naval harvests in its history.A Mrs. A. L.. Sullivan.Mr. Mrs Laura Hall were shopping In is in the same old grind. of all the bait, neu't for

the United States andd force will help the British blockade winter wheat production of and Mrs. W. C. Rltoden of Staike Saturday afternoon.SANH' No, not quite the same old him. Instead of greeting him

reached a "full under- German-controlled Europe, guard 646,931,000 bushels was forecast. The Starke visiting Mr and Mrs,
were : grind. With prices up, help with; a long account of! AuntJane't
with regard to the urgent Allied convoy. and hunt Axis sub department, likewise predicted a S. R. Swindell Thul'Jday.Charlie LANK operation. tell him
in spring wheat of 221,128.000bushels. scarce, and taxes darkeninghis I'Y
second front
eating III marines. Phillips. of Miami was
1042." Second, British If harvested, a crop of Ply Ida Ruth .\lldmlgnMr. sky like a flock of hovering about thf nice things Junior'steacher
friends and here
visiting datives
News that the Yank sea reinforce III i.'. See that/ dinner i'
I this size would far exceed to Dnd'iproblem
Eden once more vultures ready pounce
mister: Anthony gnat -
ment had joined the British became Sunday. and MIR I). Green spent worse thanIt M ready on time, and the petty
Britain and Russia had domestic requirements of about is considerably
Mr. and Mis. Albert Klnchen
public in connection with a three. of the week-end with Mr and :Mis. p
20-year military and polit- 700000000. bushels of wheat a year Staike, were visiting Mr. and Mis. has been in a long time. annoyance of the day di.-
Oren Green.
day visit to an English port by King
ice pledging peace and re- and add substantially to the nation's Clyde Hall last Friday: aftemoon. This Is not to depreciate the heart Had dorm't get too I I
George VI who boarded U. S.
territorial greed. Third, and other food stockpile for war purposes and O. A. Thrower of Jacksonvillewas Miss Ida Ruth Alldredge spent aches and fears of Mother. Out much thank for hi quiet patiencu fl'fl'lIIillll"I' '
battleship saw .
the week-end with Mrs. FranresGilllun
d States and Russia signed the task force. peace-time planning. a guest In the Zelgler home Starke.Mr Mother has work to do; she Is knitting and diligence. .1 I little
assistance agreement for Sunday. Mrs Thrower Is visitingher attending meetings/: raising Mnilnrsi tout spoil him and : t

n of the war against the With British seapower scatteredin WAR PRODUCTION: sister :MrK. J. J. Zeigler, for and Mrs. Ilascom Williams money, arranging for camp enter. i it trill tell him belter than I I 1

gina increased lend-lease the Atlantic, the Mediterraneanand Ahead of ScheduleDonald same time. ; and children and Mr. Williams' tainments, pouring coffee In can wends that you "love him; I i! i t ,
Pacific the of
oceans, arrival I' uniform
jost-war economic, co- teens trying on her new
James Tilest of Starke visitedhis mother spent Friday In Gainesville
substantial help1 from the'American M. Nelson told the world Her hatred and fear of war are not
'navy in the Atlantic area had significant that America is "doing the Impos father here Sunday. where Mr Williams. underwent lessened, but at leant she has present sauce? If he doean't, there Is war I f

figure In negotiating the implications. Important sible" with war production exceeding Mr. and Mrs Hen Loper and a throat operation.Office activity. Not a day goes by wurk for you to do, right In the
understanding was Soviet Frank Kelsey. were shopping In ---- family circle
all estimates.The I I-
among these was that the stronger but what she manages to send norm-
ommissar V M. Molotov. United Nations naval squadron now chairman of the War Produc- Staike Saturday I Supplies. Kradford thing cookies, sweaters, socks, What One Woman Did. i
ian statesman flew first to A. L. Sullivan business County Telegraph
nd then would be able to keep closer watchon tion board in an address before the > was a : books, letters-to her own or some For example I know of one woman (f(
hopped the Allanhington -
the powerful Nazi warships lurking graduating class of the University of other mother's boys. perhaps quoted In this column
where under theof
'Mr Brown" he was a in Norwegian waters. Missouri confidently declared: As for the boys themselves; well,. before, whose determination a year I
shall make 60.000 ago to see that Dad was not the
use guest for a week. Not "This year we It is one of the unbelievable dispensations
Mov was safely back in NAZI TERROR : airplanes and by the end of the year i 1JJ&Mr t>f these mnd times that they sole wage-eurner of the family has '
resulted In the happiest possible results
I haven't
nas the curtain of secrecy In CzechoslovakiaIn lire living at topmost pitch.
for all concerned. She began ,
visit lifted. met one yet, who under his Important
a reign of terror following the and businesslike and mysterious by moving 'to a small farm whose

awe of this latest c\ plo'p death of Reinhard ("The Hang manner, Isn't thoroughly enjoy- rent was half the city rent; she told r
for the United Nationsr {"How to Win Friend ; that this she would put
man") Heydrich at the hands of ing himself. And what an unlooked- me year

activities will be greatlyand Czech patriots, Nazi Gestapo executioners .. ind People." for blessing that 1st more than $100 worth of provisionsInto I'
the framework for a slaughtered the entire male her cellar from the farm. She
I'UI.I"n: Left it.'hind
peace based on economic population of the Czech village of bought a cow; she Is the only pri-
provided.R d "I fed sorry for any kid that Isn'tgoing. ;:
Llditz, banished its women and chil- vate individual I know who tan successfully :-
j ," a young lieutenant, milk. Ii
dren to concentration and preserve
: camps
EAST for the south seas, said to me pity
: burned it to the ground. She got Dad to try pruning and
THEMThe ingly, lust before he sailed. "Ihat raking on Sunday afternoon., and
ipeline The Axis-controlled Prague radio 'A MOTTO 1 guy that just sold) me these boots, he has stopped headache pills and f

charged that the village had har- I was on the deskof I he added, "he home to
to avert a threatened fuelin most unusual desk motto ever saw now, goes sleeping tablets. All this in about :;

the East the War Pro- bored Heydrich's killers. The town's a president of the New York Stock Exchange. Strictly I a little house somewhere, couple of seven months' time. And she told f

wd authorized immediate population was estimated at 483, speaking it was not a motto, but it served the same purpose.It kids maybe, hamburger anti shortcake her daughters that for tho duration
indicating that upward of 150 men and covered with for lIupp"r-co.h, what touch must buckle down to the \
ngview. Texas, to the were shot. Liditz was located a few v"fA their ancient hieroglyphics. Mr. McChesney said that when link!" of quiet, economical living that f
miles west of Prague and not far this remark to retail made their female ancestors the i I.
I'm saving
area. relic holds it in his hand,
he this old
he is troubled picks ,
from where "The Hangman" was up to his mother, should the time come fine, strong, heroic American women -
Pipeline will cut in half fatally wounded by patriots while ILI and looks at it, thinking how eternal time is, and how fleeting when she will want to hear It. Meanwhile they were.

t M by Texas rail oil has to travel driving along a winding road. is trouble. lie claims that it always relieves the strain he and she are living und..rhigh This woman said frankly that she ,1
inland water- and cheers him. emotional tension; she Is pray. wanted her husband to be the most j

** the Atlantic seaboard. ALEUTIAN ISLANDS : One of the finest of mottoes was that of Admiral Peary, ing, hoping, working serving, cook. satisfied, serene, affectionate hap- i

t will have a capacity of lap Footholds? DONALD M. NELSON discoverer of the North Pole Once when attacking the trig, knitting planning, conferring, py man In the world and though

rrels a day the pipeline The Navy announced the Jap- ". Impossible Is accomplished. North, he was beaten by the ice. His feet were so badly writing letters at a rate never even you might/: not notice It if you went !'

supply enough oil' to lift anese "have made landings on a I for frozen that he had to be carried by his men. They took him dreamed In her life beforeandthose Into his 'dull office and saw him t
shall be picking speed an
B attuning restrictions in the small scale on Attu Island. at the we production.up We have into a room at Fort Cresson and laid him tenderly on a things sum up into a sort of short and gray/: and middle-aged and {
even greater ,
officials declared. They happiness, after all. quiet I believe he Is.Greet .
t that shipments extreme tip of the Aleutian Archi- found our total production of war rough bed, and turned away fearing he would never be "

eta to the East of oil and pelago and Japanese ships goods is higher than we had any able to walk again. lie slept heavily for hours. When he But Dad. In these days when we Him Cheerfully.First ;
have not In the Harborof ought to be doing most for him and the rooms to which he
etlDg essential have been reported reason to suppose it could be when awoke he was refreshed and his mind clear. lie inched I
demands Con- thinking/: most of him Me are apt to ought to be orderly and rest
Mild Klska In the Rat Group. blue prints were first prepared for and wrote his comes
called pencil
the a ,
Cloning and that himself over to wall him entirely, and this ,
VI tinuing Army and Navy Aircraft be Ignoring/: ful, with whatever he likes right to
fallen dangerously be- war plants. motto-"I will find a way, or make one. to remember him,
attacks have forced the enemy to Is a good day hand-the radio, the newspaper a
y levels But it was of the post-war periodof who did much to win Africa for Eng In his
retire from the populated regionsof Cecil Rhodes, so and put him back rightful glass of Iced tomato juice or a cup t

AN WAR the Islands, the Navy said. opportunity as well round-faced as the con- land had a down-to-earth motto that will help everyone place as head of the family. of hot soup.Second .
: itself that the production
These U. S. attacks are continu- flict who will apply it. It deals with that tremendously Important Remember that Dad's heart Is as all home news that isn't
boss spoke.
Peed Drivei ing, despite unfavorable weather subject-handling people: "Never quarrel with peapie heavy as yours, these days. Dad good, and all world news that Is

I up the conditions. The War Department "If this war is costing us a fearful to persuade." He employed this simple loves that big son of his, too. alarming, ought not to be hurled at
are eager
temp of their laid, "it is also developing you
often.lve Nazi armies and announced arrival of additional price he technique and new principle when he went to see the king of the Matabele, the He goes down to the office. Things him before he has time to wash his
for new
s "el attacks on three units of the U. S. Army, Including abilities.us Jt is placing: at our disposal war-like fighting tribe that meant to kill him; and he won there are far from gay. Every business hands Third or change. his coat that It Is .
Isles. that Isn't directly concernedwith every worry possible
oats These Included negro troops In the British Industrial plant-a set of to his of thinking by employing those
a battle .n the king over. way defense Is suffering now, and to remove should have been :
Kharkov In Results of the Coral Sea
the Ukraine developed resources-that will be nine words. Dad's business Is In removed by Mother during the
gainst forces the chances are
besieged showed U. S. Navy '
'unea and Sevastopol bombers sank one beyond price."Poverty The same theory was practiced by President Theodore that list. He takes It sturdily; he course: of the day so that her first

II north an air attack onof and land-based three Is not inevitable any Roosevelt who used to say: "The most important single Isn't complaining. He and Mollie report might be: "The dentist Is finished
the Finnish sec- enemy aircraft cruiser, more. The sum total of the world's ingredient in the formula of success is the knack of get- started in with nothing and they with Mary. Tom Itt an aver.

heavy cruisers one light greatest possible output of goods, with people." aren't afraid to go back to lint age of B plus I talked! to the butcher -
several transportsand ting along
completion expected by two destroyers, divided by the sum total of the had the shortest and he took that roast off the
r I, the seriously dam- Judge Elbert 11. Gary, steel magnate principles.
small vessels I
690-mite pipeline world's inhabitants no longer Super- But this shortage/: of materials and bill I had a lovely letter from
ire 129,000 tons of finished aged 20 additional vessels and means a little less than enough for I motto 1 knQ'V.! Three words. "Organize. Deputize. supplies: this question of priorities Mother and she says. my brotherIs
shot down more than 100 enemy vise." "

e I of the 'Redirected: at planes. U. S. losses were the Air everybody. Here Is a humorous one by the first man to "fly, Wilbur and European transportations goods ,and this eternal stoppageof delay Fourth better., If the world news Is bad.

lUst' the Nails craft Carrier Lexington, the De- VICHY FRANCE: 'Wright: "A parrot talks much, but flies little. In deliveries of orders is very it helps a lot to have Mollie and

getting their summer stroyer Sims and the Tanker Neo- TiesTo Joseph P. Day, the only man in the world who has ever trying to say the least. There area the children: cheerful. Not Idiotically

an under wa'. More than ho. In the battle of Midway Keep sold a billion dollars' of real estate, has a motto under the million men in the country engagedin airy, but courageous. "We won't ( .

eq d.Vlllon' numbering Island two of the largest enemy most Americans the Vichy. glass on his desk. lIe has six children; their pictures are the little supply agencies that always have bad news Dad."

were reported striking aircraft carriers were sunk, two government of France is anathema.But with the motto: "Eternal vigilance is carry accessories: or fuel for motor And so on and on through/ the ,
Btelle: William D. under the glass '
Black medium-sized carriers to Ambassador sixth and seventh and to the
lea city: The other They are having a quiet time up
ears I
ca of this city II that It sunk and at least 250 Japanese' Leahy In the United States since the price of success, as well as of freedom. hese days. twentieth of the little details that
flashed across ,
gateway to the rich Carr planes were destroyed, the. Navy; the return to power of pro-Axis Robert Ingersoll who, a generation ago, Does the man ef your family-the hearten and rest and comfort a tired
chose the
lIekil. said. Pierre Laval the Petain regime has the country like a flaming, challenging meteor, man who has been so quietly carry-: man. The right dinner. Th. right
Moscow Came: merit enough to warrant Uncle Sam "The test of courage on this earth is affectionate talk at dinner
greatest pleasant
que a cheering Admiral Nimltz intimated that of I following: me the financial load for so many
intensity announcing that "de- a Jap invasloa fleet of more than 30 I in maintaining diplomatic! relations.In to bear defeat without losing heart." Who could want afiner years, come home these nights to The desire and resolve of every separate r

tactg and atubbomneu vessels engaged in the battle the eyes of most Americans, guide? peace affection, comfort a good member of the family to help

: the enemy failed to ably half were casualties.: prob-I Petain Is far less a Nazi tool than It might be a good Idea to cut out this column, place it dinner served with laughter for him carry: the load.

"Ilitaace." of the Sevasrndera heavy loss in warships and transports Laval who is looked upon as a under the glass top of your desk, and study these mottoes
the enemy's toll of manpowerran j traitorous puppet. when things go wrong. I

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.1'' !tiJ: ,/ rAGE FOUR _ _ I'
.L ) uoawm is hospitalized -
Ii :'., } j Fellowship Class 'animal imitation contest Tuesday at me.I' (Coast Artillery at Fort Story, Va. Junior \'oman's, ,ci Iub
1' Vfy, 8 CLUBS I Methodist S. S. party Names
I Enjoys Fish Barbecue I night with his amazing version ota May have a joust with jaundice, Chairmen
v.;. 'k >: ; ; I', crowing rooster they say Ever have the For New Year

: Mr and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter blues? Then you might try

;Miss! Mignon! Sisson Baptist W. M I% S. Enjoys Birthday Party and Mr. and Mr'". C H. Nasworthy -I Add plf' ..IIDt&lmt''f: : Watch- this colored cook's pray.r I Overheard MembeiK 'if ,11110r",.

Weds Lt. LaMorte !Royal Service ProgramThe For Kuziie Green; were hosts Tuesday even- t lln' the dark-eyed lass behind the other day: Club meto'clock W"'Jn-lJS\) !
: askin' newcomers Lord: Hear them trucks arGal'ln'by *
counter at the USO In
Has: Patriotic Theme Ing to the Wet'iey Fellowship W IfDJtJ'
In Church Ceremony Royal Service program!: of Class of the Methodist church If they'd like a chocolate- building, and 'H.,
the W. M. S wa marxhinallow-coke, an' then raising Polntln' guns up at the sky Frances Peek JreSldl
St. Etlwaids Catholic Church Baptist pres- Buzzle Green, who was born on school, this happy affair being; ,'DjOlnle
: ; ented In the Church auditorium cel- In the recreational building. I her eyebrows innocently: "lowing commie-
-ttfk was the itcene of a beautiful wed I Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock flag day just four years ago, !' This given enthusiastic claas gives u "Nevel' heard of It? Why we Oh, them boys that sets the coming yea 'oaf I1It

ding when Mia! Mignon SlHHon by Circle number one, Mrs. L,. G. ebiated at his home on the corner!get-together supper every third drink 'em all the time, up North. within Finance, MuK
of Mrs. K. A. Weeks of The for the of Walnut and Jackson streets drink. You EvelYn: ,
daughter Powell, leader. topic I Tuesday in the month Really a fascinating Guide 'em from the pathsof Publicity, Mr S
Mel row, and Lt. Willard .1. La month "Whatsoever Things are of with a flag-day birthday party I The fit'h were barbecued in the I rip some then stir slowly, and It sin. bcrshlp. Miss xbN Gu

Morte of Bronxvllle! N. Y, were Good Report" was discussed by* Monday afternoon from 4:3O: to yard but because of rain the sup- foams back up to the top again!" An please make one o' gram, Miss Deli RJ Rart.

married 0 n Saturday evening. Mrs. Powell. 6:30: o'clock His mother, Mrs. per was served in the recreational I I Hear Bob an' Helen (Dow- them darkies there cia) Miss France eQbrrI
June 13, at 7:30: o'clock. Father The subject "Christian. Graces Lex Green, was present but being hell ling) Lee have arrived at Fort Think) I'se sumpin' sweet Plana OPJlermr

1 l :gJ Thomas J. Murphy performed the In Women" divided I into paragraphs III, the party was beautifully Following there was a Knox, l supper held
Impressive ceremony In the pren- "The Grace of Praying, handled by Mrs. Fannie Jones, and at me that Jewell Presnell played bers for dUb
class business meeting, on
ence of friend and relative "The Grace of Giving," ''T h e from the USO tother dayan' Wednesday, JUI
unit supervisor of the local Nurscry this time Miss Ruth Johnson was hookey Them's,my sentiments, too Mis. Guy ,t
The stately decorations of the of discussed sale
Grace Serving, was went fishln' all by herself Will( I
A School. take the I'll take vanilla Instead of as
elected vice president 'Cept chairman
church were of white gladioli and by Mrs. Powell, anil prayer was Understand Nina Bishop has beenstayin' for the Bal,
with backgroundof Flag day decorations were used, place of Mrs. E. L. Williams who chocolate, thank you Bonds and Stamps,
/ many candle, a offered !n connection with above under cover recently, Thl'
L greenery. A program of nuptial paragraphs by Mrs. A. E. Light- and each young guest was givena has moved to Jacksonville. The playln' nursemaid to a lovely: So long tee you In the on sale in the lobby of thl
flag. a red, white and blue balloon following com m I ttee was appointed next Theatre '
music MUs every !
by J.
i wan given foot. Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. (ouch) sunburn Everybodystill n'ght
: I Mary Stephen organtot, and Mrs. H. Lord, and Mrs. H. L. Brown- and" a patriotic "noise- to collect for new fur talkin' about the wonderful -Carolyn. A total
: + t Ethel M. Bigg, aololtit.) Mrs. lee, respectively. This I discussion maker. Games were played and niture in recreational building: sermon dell I I vered by Chaplain the Red Ciosi fop ,h. d01lJ,
: an Interesting contest was held Mrs. C. H. Mrs. W. H. p
"The Sweetest StoryEve Nasworthy sheets
L .tr4 i Bigg sang was followed by the congregation Fred Edgar at the Methodist Baker-French Marriage and blanket
in which a map of the world was Hart W. H. Nollman, and Mrs. ton I*
Told" (Stults) and "Ave Life Hostesses
r singing the hymn, "Take My Church Sunday Also applauseto for the .
: Maria" (Shubert). I,,and Let It Be." placed on the wall, and the chil- E. L. Matthews. Betty Nollman's soprano solo, Event Of June 2 Mlsaeo Aline Lanlw evelllit

The bride was given In marriage Mrs. Billie Swindall of Texas, a then who could read, were asked The Rev. G. C. Powell asked the an' ley. MudKe Whlghaia AbIiJ
accompanied by organ
: to stickers the stateof Miss Martina French, daughterof
flag on
p by her uncle, C W Dish- visitor at this time, gave a very the Class to sponsor Sunday afternoon violin guerlte Deyorlo.
Floiida. Richard Kldd HI won Mr. and Mrs. H. D. French of
Inger of Jacksonville. The bride- Interesting talk on her experienceIn open house for service
first prize, sticking the flag on Edgar, and Tracy M. Baker eon!
had 8S his bent man his mission work among the Mexi- men at the recreational building. Mr. and
groom Florida, while only two of the Guess the LuMorte-Slmton merger of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Baker of Mrs. Smith H
In her sectionof The committee was
I father, William F LaMorte of cans and negroes following appointed -
; contestants missed the United Sattlday evenln' holds all Keystone Heights, were married At Rehearsal
BronxvlIIe, N. Y. The bride'smatron I the country. to make the necessary Party
States I ice records for beln the most photographed Post at Blan
of honor wan Mrs. J. J, entirely. Lollipops, plans: Mrs. Grace Wainwright, D. in the Chapel Camp
cream and red, white and blue weddln 'ever to take ding Tuesday evening, June 2, at Mr. and Mrs Junltusn
W. C. H
Scanlan of Marion. III., and the Judge Gardiner Celebrates77th I McClellan. Nasworthy
t4 ': maid of honor wan MIHS Ann Har 'cake, decorated with four large 'and Miss Ruth Johnson. place in Starke Mignon'suncle I 7 o'clock. Chaplain Thomas C, entertained members of til
u __ ,' Birthday Anniversary red candlf.- were serv.. .fl to the_ Iw C. W. DIshlnger, th eJax'viile Holland_ Derformed the ceremonyIn Morte-Slsson wedding pT|
- u -- -- n n
'41F ..;Ji'41 vey of Raleigh, N. ;;. urlue a After disposing of business the \
( 18 young guests.harrisonJohnson. society photographer, the presence of relatives and a a buffet suppei ImmrtUtAl
q (' 2 maids were Miss! Dorothy Dorseyof Judge George A. Gardiner celebrated guests enjoyed games and several "
I an' Bill's father Is a candid few close friends. the rehearsal IUHI i FrIda,
Raleigh, N. C., and Mrs. Glenn John ,r
his 77th birthday anniversary amusing readings by Guy. amateur-movie fiend .
j4 i Duke of Starke; junior bride's Sunday with a pleasant Present at this goodfellowshipparty camera Miss Marie Price was bride's Bronze dahllan and CIa
t $ jp maid, Miss( Jean Barb our of gathering of his children, grandchildren were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scootle Duke maintains she still maid, and Mr. Baker had as best were Used, to decorate t II,]
Mrs. Leila Johnson has the blind from all
ij 4i Raleigh N. C. Ushers were: C. and great grandson. Four announces Hart Mrs. Grace Walnwrlght, Mr. staggers man his brother, Owen B. Baker. living room of the Smith b
; the marriage of her the flash blubs that exploded In .
W. DlahinKer: of Jack sonvllle, generations of the family were daughter, and Mrs. Marcus F Brown, Miss M... Baker was graduated from The dining t table! 11'1
'1 4 ?tP cousin of the bride; J. J. Scalan eprexented Mary Lee, to Mr. Franklin Ruth Johnson, L. D. Vining, Miss her face before, duilng' an' after the Melrose High School In the with a beautiful lace clo,

L4i of Marlon, III, Junius M. Smith Those who came to be with Thomas Harrison, on Friday June Elizabeth Joyner, W H. Nollman, the ceremony Seems that"Papa" class of 1942 and Mr. Baker was was centered with an, I!'
t and J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke. Judge and Mrs. Gardiner on this 5. The ceremony was performed Mr. and MI's. E. L. Matthews, LaMorte (Bill'! best man) graduated from B. H. S., In the ment of gladiolas
by County Judge E. K. Perryman even took time out in the vestibule -
-L'.1 $, The bride wOre an exqiilnite happy occasion were: Mr. and In Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. B Sewell Mrs.E. !. sneak class of 1939. At the present A delicious dinner wai
of the church to a
t, ; gown of white rone-point lace Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and son, Alton K. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. time he Is stationed at Camp at nine o'clock, after whim|
Mr. and few shots of the wedding attendants -
c: t! 'l made with bodice of lace fitted and Mrs. W. R. McKoon. all of Mrs. Harrison have an Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mc- Blanding where he Is chief pro- Ing was enjoyed until i
11 to the waist and the skirt and Hastings and Mr. and Mr* W. apartment at the home of Mr. Clellan, John Guy, Chaplain and :: as they filed down the aisle jectionist at Theatre No. 5. hour

1rii train were of satin with Inserts G. Yelvington; and son, Bill, of and Mrs. H. C. Brown on East Mrs. Fred R. Edgar, Rev. and Can't say I blame him, seeln'as Mr. and Mrs Baker will make About twenty guest went
Call St. how his new daughter-in-law !II
,. 7 of rone-point lace Her veil fell Bunnell. Mrs. G. C. Powell, Miss Ruth their home in Starke. including the
uL from a need pearl tiara, and was Mr. Harrison Is an employe of/Johnson, and the Rev. and Mrs.L. made such a beautiful picture and friends. edilltj

I of tulle trimmed with rose-point great-grandmother's handkerchief the Milwaukee Brewing Company. A. Shepherd. GaudiosoSmithMarriage

lace to match Inserts on skirt and made of rose-point I lace. A : Announced Slumming Party Plan
train. Her only ornament was a shower bouquet o f bride's roses Hear Virginia Smith had a jittery -

.string of pear In. a gift from the completed her wedding costume. few moments! while hostessln' At USO Next Week
bridegroom, and she carried her, The attendants dresses were of Callstreet at the rehearsal party Friday Miss Alta Smith, daughter of

4fa4.L _ _ _ I pink lace and tulle fashioned Carolyn night _. Seems her buffet supper Mrs. L. C. Smith and the late, Another in the series or'?
Ii i with long fitted waists and full featurln succulent home- Rev. Mr. Smith of Graham, was at USO No. 1 Is being p
4s shirred skirts. r baked ham, was all ready to for Wednesday night J baThe l
They wore pink united In marriage to agt.:! An-
FOR l lace mitts and Juliette caps, and I>pary, dry me Looksas serve when It suddenly dawnedon theme, 'A 51Pa
talnly considerate of the rain to drew Gaudloso of St. Petersburg will be
LyrW her that the bride, the bride- rty", carried i
carried bouquets of pink I sweetheart If I'm gonna have awfully slim hold up for an evening Hear an' the and Mitchell Field, N. Y., on i decoration, entertainment!
1. roses tied with blue satin pickings around these parts if Harold Wall groom bride-groom's famIly June The
ribbon. (Capt) has joined were all Catholic, an' eveiybody Thursday afternoon, 11. refreshment A committal!!!
everybody keeps leavln town in the yellow jaundice brigade ceremony was performed by the
knows that Catholics eat the Junior Woman Club I IIng
FATHER'SDAY Mrs. LaMorte was graduatedfrom this Inconsiderate (but usual)
Hope some well-meaning patriotdoesn't Rev. L. G. Hemmingway at his
the Bradford County summer fish on Friday! but it was the plans
high egress Makes it terribly -
mistake him for home South St.
on Thompson
a Jap
Dancing will be enJoyan *|
school; Is a member of Chicago tuft on those of us who haveto too late to change then, so Virginia -
Association of served the ham anyway, an'I Mrs. Gaudioso was a member, orchestra from Camp E
Dancing Masters, to Call St. and like !It-
and has won't tattle by tellln' what hap- of the 1941 graduating class of furnishing the mimicREUEFfOU.
recently conducted a even thru July and August There's
iih an
dancing school In But Interesting; story be- pened after that Might say, Bradford High School and for a
Raleigh, N. C. here's to the lucky ones! hind those cuts an' bruises Alice
Lt. however, that If there while was In training at Orange
LaMorte were
was graduated from i, Idalou Davis off to camp to" commune St. John Is riiowln' to friends. any
; the North Carolina State College; with the birds an' poison Sefems she dogs, In the neighborhood, they General Hospital In Orlando. E77HE
was on the
j Is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity -II Ivy Fay Yarbrough making Meteor Sunday when eight Silver could have had a wonderful ham Sgt. Gaudioso attended the St., ;; $PED) S

and 1 18 now stationed at ready to put her "Espanol" to lost their lives In people bone about thirty minutes later! Petersburg High School, the Uni- ',
I Fort Bennlng Ga. good. use in ole "Mehlco" a wreck somewhere "Papa" LaMorte was heardto versity of Miami, and N. Y. U.
I In N. C. Alice an'
| Immediately after the marriage Those ambitious lads-Andy Ad- of f Hen a mumble something about havIng < Sgt and Mrs. Gaudloso will

a reception walt held at the homeof I kins, Leonard Smith, Jimmy group merry back 'in da the-were observation makin' lo get up for six o'clock mass make their home In Long: Island, ;' : :4 INI'CESTICarpenter's

Mr and Mrs }R. A. Weeks on' Sewell, Comer Perryman. et al I and atone for his sins N. Y.SVMS. ,
car-- one that the freight traincrall'he
Santa Fe Lake. Lt and Mrs. La off for a summer application of
Into .
She was thrillingly -
Morte left Immediately for a short knowledge Betty Jane Noll- rescued Hear two ministers A. K. : Executive Committee
by a h a n dsome
wedding trip and for travelingthe man subjecting herself to post- young soldier who dragged her I LIghtfoot an' G. E. McGauley- I

bride wore a blcge and giecn graduate work at Tally And out from under a seat that i and one evangelistic singer, Chris The Executive Committee of the I
spectator sports suit with biegeirccessoi I here um I Wondering when plnnin' her down. Napoll, took time out for a little Baptist W. M. S., will meet at
thereby keeping
'lea, Lt. and Mrs. La these dally downpours will cease, her from being steamed alive fishln' excursion Tuesday afternoon the Church at three o'clock Monday
i4i'I Morte will be at home to their' and vainly lookln' for a Khaki- several leas fortunate as In spite of the fact that afternoon, June 22. This will !

lends. at 310 Ninth St, Mary's clad Sir Walter Raleigh every were Incidentally,passengers Alice will Bro. LIghtfoot caught one measur- be followed by the regular Drug

Road, Columbus, Ga. time I make a broad. jump over vacation at her home here for ing three feet In length and monthly business. meeting.

The out of town guests were: Stnrke'u most famous lake (Call awhile, then dash off again for weighing nine pounds (and Is still

Mro Rhettu E. Shad, Mrt Gladys & Court In front of Koch's) dental hygienist training growing by the hour), Bro. Mc-
Gillrcath, Mrs. Edna K )).)wty,I Gauley has Invited him to con- WOMEN WANTEDLEARN
Mr. und Mrs. C W Dlshlnger (lithe a gala xulherln' pattin' duct a series of meetings at the

I Mr, and Mrs. C W. Dlahinger, Jr.. the patio pebbles at Blanding Center !Spotled. an' jotted: Dot Whitedlnin' Brooker Church Up until TO KE A CIGAR-MACHINE; OrEFMTOE.|
ur George Allen, Miss Shirley DlnhIriser -, Tuesday night Mauricean' with a handsome young Tuesday, Chris thought hush-
i all of Jacksonville; Mr. and Lucile Edwards, Henry an' service man at Joe's Gilll Tues- puppy was jus' something you EARN WHILE LEARNING I I'hlte

Mrs. Claude Spurkman W. P. Helen Manassa, Lorraine Hartman day night Bill Owen, popular said to a naughty dog, but now \\ women and girl. 16 to 30 years old. IOU. ('40 sJl

--0-- H.irdln Mist Hazel Lorrlne Jol- Irene Markham Willa Mae Orange Bus driver, givln' two he knows different Minmmm anti quickly learn this tradi1-uml tall
If T! 5 I ley, all of Waldo; Mrs. Elmer Thornton, LII Steinberg, Grace local lassies the grand rush And how! good paying fight \5'
Hulnes, S. T. Dell, Olive bell of an' Dot' Green, Stanley Noegel, Cliff Hazen and Aline Lanier doln' least 22 1-20 per hour while IMunlnUf'r!

ARROWSHIRTS Gainesville; Mrs.\ W S. Barbour Sappo Ingram an' Buddy Bishop the nightspots Joan Dlnklna Hear Stai'ke's own Major Long training you go on piecework with guaranteed nJinim

of Raleigh, N. C., and Mr and among those responding to the makln' a perky picture In her was awarded the Regimental "8- of 812 per week. Experienced: operator. nrwKe ,men

Mrs. William LaMorte of Bronx I' rhythms of the all-girl orchestra bright new chintz EleanoreSt. Ball" at Ft. Bennlng recently to $30 per werk.

vllle, N. Y. (not Phil Spltalny's) Cer- I ( .John) Cluff doln' a flashy whatever that means Comeon anj<
piece of lip stick! art work on a Telfair, let us In on the sec- See Employment 1\lanager-East 17th Street |
J\ jH -0w "Just Married" sign for AltaSmith's rect Sorry to hear that John
marriage la!"' week Railroad Apply late;

I Miss Murphy (Leila's window

BOTANYTIES mannlkln) minus a good light G. B.

I arm Bataan, .? Where's she been Agency Stanley JNO. H. SWISHER & SON, Inc.

I -'.- Ideal Laundry & Dry :.Manufacturers: of King tdward--\\'orltl' Lnig'-t; "'UI"'

-0r I, Championship sneeze of the Cleaners of Gainesville
STARKEKIK week was executed by Madge Stai-kn rhone IS Jacksonville, Florida

Middleton, who kerchooed so hard

PAJAMAS tother day she popped a run in ----
her hose Hear Joe Andrews
:; --f>>- \\ : KZXilNMNO:: stSIJ..HISE: 21 (Jr.) Is quite lost livln' In the

I city again Says he's been at
; Sun.. Mon.. Tue June 21, 22, 23 the lake no long he feels like a RUBBERRUBBERSINCLAIR

SOCKS Lum anti Abner, In hay-seed among the bright lightsof
Call St. Surely miss Purvis

1f'0 I "The Bashful Bachelor" Hazen aroun' town Was\ a

.- I With Zdsu Pitts hotel Inspector, you know .

I ALSO COMEDY AND But recently accepted a job at
If UNDERWEAR NEWS Bl ndlnl Hear Sara Bare-

i foot's shrimp! supper In the Bap
I I Wed, Thurs June 24, 23 DOUBLE FEATURE tist annex: Sattlday night was

4 -0.- Hit No. 1 "Let's Get quite a success Given for
I Tough"With choir members an' the revival

The East Side Kids guest soloist, Chris Napoli ,
BELTSCURLEE Incidentally. It's no culinary secret Is Cooperating ,With The Government In The Drive To

Hit No. 2-"Right To My Heart" that Chris' spaghetti (Italian Collect All Scrap Rubber.

With Brenda Joyce Jos. Allen, Jr. Coblna Wright, Jr. style) is as easy on the palate as

-0- -. ALSO NEWS his voice Is. on the ears Ask The Sinclair Bulk All Sin
the ones he's cooked It for Plant, All Tank Trucks And

'r Fri. Sat.-,June 26, 27 --, DOUBLE: FEATURE clair Dealers Are Authorized To Pay The EstablishedPrice
Glad! lo near .
Hit No. 1-"A Very Young Lady"With Roes Duncan is recuperating froma For All Scrap Rubber.

SUITS Jane Withers recent Illness Spent several : "
days In Riverside Hosp.. but Is See Your Local Sinclair Dealer Or Call 158 For IC-' UP'

-0- Hit No. 2-"Below The Border"With home again now..>. Congrats to Service.

;; M'l Buck Jones Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton Buck Crawford, who's jus' been

1; Est. 1894 ALSO CARTOON n SERIAL .corporallzed, If you wanna at Camp pick Claiborne a fight Proper Recognition Will Be Given For All Free Contri

with Richard Kldd (Un) jus' call
SHOW S-\T., JfNE 37 11:30: I". M."Playmates" .
I ; hint a Georgia Cracker .
I Doesn't mind' be In* a "cracker,"
Alvarlez'I I but insists he's still the Florida butions.H.

I i Wltn Kay Kyser. John Barrymore, Lupe Velez. variety Wonder If the em- E. TUCKER

Ginny Sims i ployment of Sadie Prince is part Agt.
; Starke, Florida I ALSO SELECTED SHORTS I of the Camp Blandlng beautification ,

program. I bear so much SINCLAIR
_ about? Should be. If It Isn't REFINING COMPANY
F Hear Marcus brown won the ,

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lg, IOt2 COUNTY:

Club of LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. Carrie Rttch w', ni i r Y1TS Jacksonville. Wednesday amt my Guy student in Emory I :Mr. Wear Addresses I t number of articles of new fur-
entered University, Georgia is ai his I
I St. Vincent'- Hoxpitnl where I home in Hampton for the summer Methodist\ Circles: nttiinm I the parsonage The Uv-

O. P. Hutto, who Is stationed at she expects to remain for two months, and has i I Inn room haw been refurnished"
business accepted a
j, 1 a Mrs B. Jacobs will visit her week I MI.V. B Sewell chairman of
lUll yesterday. Ft. Denning Ga., spent. the week-,I daughter. position at Camp lnlldlng.I and a number of much-needed
nior Mrs. Clarence Circle Three
g ; ackaom'ule Nuss- Mrs. Sam Anderson was the leader of
enjoying atlend end at his home here. I baum In had ax Mrs, B. o, Matthew returned article added to bed room.,.
i''' Jacksonville and first the devotional service
s Hagall Sunday< guests the of the Monday afternoon
altpt ,,"I i ,iclatlves In Mrs. 0 J. Grlfnn of St. Au- Monday. week her I I Monday from Orlando, where she
t mother, Mrs. Dora Burton, and Societyof
t Is here spent ten days with her
visiting her
gustine daughter -: Albert Kruse Is now Pvt. Albert her sister Miss Christ tun Service of the Methodist Wm. T. Jackson Jr.
ealdtaate Bettye Burton of law
and Mlasfjo. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. ; Q Kruse and daiinhtei Dr, and Mrs,
oi with
R.<,ier > the United States Rome Ga.Leonard. chinch held the June program
oalrelh( pent' Wednesday Mrs. K G. Duncan and children, Marines Stationed at Parris Is 1C. B. McLendon. She was' accompanied and business. meeting. Mr and Mrs William T. Jack-
have returned home from a visit' land. S. C. Smith Jr left last home by Jeannette The service was taken from the! son announce the arrival of a son,
'JlleIlIp E: M. Silver- with relatives In Tenille Ga. Jimmy Sewell Friday for Gainesville where he McLendon, who will visit her
I ami and A. Z, Adklns. here worship service booklet entitled William Thomas Jackson, Jr., on
6 ..lness visitors to George K. Powell of Newton. Jr., are In Gainesville attending will enter the University of Florida "For the Facing of thl, Hour"
bu June
Guy u Tuesday N C., is visiting at the home of Summer School at the University Leonard plans to take an Ills111 Alice St John returned to and the June subject was "To 5. Mrs. Jackson was the
Tumx)! n, employee his mother, Mrs. R. S. Powell. of Florida. engineering course, Starke Sunday after completingthe Mutch the Madness\ of this Hour." former Mitts Margaret Loudon,

tepb line of 'the Quartermaster Place your orders for KKAL Mrs. L. A. Davis has!! been In Miss Sharon Hall Is spending from school year anti graduating After a prayer the hymn sung. of Keystone Heights.
Is pending a SILK MOSIKRY: with Mr. Frank Tampa this week attending a con- this week in Jacksonville at the high school in Darien, Conn. was "Je u" Shall Reign Where'er. t
for i Lion in Georgia. Hoover, 402 E. Madl on.(1i2o.ttp. vention of the Children of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C She wall accompanied home by the Sun." t
Wells. Miss her mother, Mm. V. S. St. John THE CHILDRENS FRIEND
club Lecy Denmark
of Confederacy.Mr. and
Lrle Middleton ( ) The
Sue who. had pent the month guest speaker for the afternoon -
July t Vi Is vlsitlng her grand- Mrs. D. B. Bardon of Williston and Mrs. Artford Brown Mills Ivan Bivlngs. visiting In Dailen. was Mr. Robert B. Wear, When children have temporary upsets .
3 r19 and Mrs. W. E Mid- was the guest of Mrs. A. E, McKinney and Bon, Buster, of Tampa, spent Judge E. K. Perryman and son. H. N. Fairbanks local director of USO No I, who spoke of the stomach and bowel from
rah fr Thursday of last week the week-end here with friends Comer left Saturday for Oxford, the Florida" Power &managerof Light Interestingly on the subject of unwise food combinations, overeating .
Oa.. where Comer will :
Mrs. A. E. McKinney had asher and relatives enter the Company, will leave Starke Sun "Social and Rellgloua Influence or over-aeidity of the stomach,
guest last Friday Mr. and J. J, Truby will spend l the summer summer- Junior session of Emory. University day for a two weeks' vacation.He 'of the War on Missionary. Woik." ; give them good tasting
Mrs W. B. Webb of Jacksonville. with his brother-in-law and College.J la a delegate to the Rotary In- Aa Mr. Wear has traveled extensively McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR
dogu >if r .., : Friends of L. J. Green will regret sister, Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Kllllan. B. Gardner, manager of the ternational convention In Toronto, I In foreign countries, his ,
)u to know that he Is seriously I In Waynesvllle N. C. State Farmer, Market, has, beenat Canada June 21 to 2(5( and to the view. on the subject were most AIJ. Wlt'G' STOUt!* ,
I Qi 111 at his home on North WalnutSt. Mist Frances Peek returned home since Monday with a Shrine representative conferenceIn enlightening
Yt dq Monday to her work In the sprained back the The ...
as result of Chicago June 29 to July 1. business .II lon watt pre
AbqhN sILE Mrs. Emma Murphy will leave County after Superintendent's office lifting a heavy package Monday. Blake Jackson made the second I sided over by Mrs, K K. Perry DO YOU WANT TO GET
a next week to. spend the summer a week's vacation. Mrs Charles Darby Mrs. Frank highest grade in an examination man and reports Wf'I'eheard- from
with relatives In Brown Summit, Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful Colley, Mr. W O. Halle and at the naval training school at I I various committees The secretary KID OF
N. Tailoring; a t Starke Blending Miss Shirley Colley were visitorsIn Toledo, Ohio recently- and has of supplies Mrs. A. Z Ail-
C.Mr.. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson Tailors Opposite I'ark Tlioatre- Gainesville on Tuesday. They been sent as bookkeeper to Per. I king assisted by Miss Olive Ray. Your Rattt Roaches, And

V moved last Friday into their new I Sam Anderson and I children, were accompanied home by Anlce due University, Lafayette Ind, reported that a large box of useful Ants? If So Call The y
v home In the L. A. Davis sub-di 'Lyle and Janet, and George A. Spencer- who Is the guest of her HI his new assignment. lie lacked articles had l been sent to
s bts vision. i Anderson open Sunday in Archer aunt, Mrs. Charles Darby only 3.100 of a point of mak- Wolff Settlement House In Tampa. Health Unit. Phone 71

Mrs L. D. Vln!ng went to Atlanta I with Mrs. Emma Anderson. Herbert Thomas arrived here ing the highest grade. Miss Kate Struth, secretary. of For Information.C. l''
Ga., Tuesday to visit her Everett McKinney in home from (I Baby Specials repotted $450 had
party Saturday for a brief visit with Contractor Obe P. Hall receiveda
!lull ; YOU parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. has Emory University, Georgia, and his mother Mrs. R. A. Thomas letter from his son, Herbeitj I been collected., and name will be
entered the summer mission: went to the State Treasurer I.. CHESTER;
lair Joyner. at the University of Florida. He later went to Camp Blanding last week In which he ..said
J deet WAIT Mrs. W. H. Graham and young Mrs. Fred and sister to be Inducted Into the air corps. "Daddy, don't write me any more. The special work accomplished EXTERMINATORNew
and Mrs D. A, Mon- Guy Mrs. during" the past week wall placing
Hank .
am Herberthas
son. Mike high sen*
ku6 Mills of Suit-
[ Guaranteed. B. A Pope Jr.,, returned Monday I manager
fork teith spent Wednesday in Gainesville afternoon after week loWe Army Store Is spending been In the "fighting" U 'S.
spending a
e Highest Quality with Mrs. Graham's mother with friends at Daytona Beach. this week at the store in Hlnes- Marines for more than a year.-
nudo'. aUier UsedJWNSTEEN'S Mrs. Bertha Fuller. Theodore Goodge returned Saturday vllle, Ga. Mr. Sunlow could not Mr. and Mrs Paul Bridges Tlaner Recently Installed At Our Mill

1r ,. to Ft. Myers, where he In go there because hU wife Is 111 spent most of thin week in Jacksonville I Also ;Machinery for Cabinet and Mill Work
where M la
in New York r. Bridges
For Athletes Foot stationed with the Army, after City
eu'bid RIng Worm Tetter, and other. a short leave at his!* home here. Tom Bitch, who his spent the undergoing examination in a hon-I| .......IIU_ \\f Muntifiirtiirw Less Than alI00<) Fret Dully
past two weeks here with, his pltal. It is expected that they
' Parasitic skin Infection! tryst Miss Agnes Johnson a former
will move into their new home on UK AUK NOT KESTKH'TKI: ON HU.KH: of
ill JE REPAIR Your Drugglhta&kTETTEROLE pariahoner of Rev. G. C. Powellat t mother, Mrs Carrie Rltch, left
L From Po%office Clermont, In visiting In theM I I Sunday morning for Atlanta Ga.. Monroe and South sweets withina I Plain' HIM I Dressed I*r Can Sell!! to Anyone
> I where he will take a summer week
thodlt rmrP+nRKe this week. ,
its ----------- ----- ANNIS l.UMHKR; COMPANY: y'y'Near '
IUlo :Miss Betty Jane Nollman has course at Emory University.
r S..4, U Depot Phone lfi.
gone to 'lauahassee where she is Robert Stanlak, of Neenah
I taking!: a summer course at the I Wis., has accepted a position as 1
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Florida State College for Women. clerk In the Acme Paint and Neon +
Beautiful Cleaning Ilrautltul store on Court street, Her husband .

Plate Lunches Regular Dinners Tailoring a t Starke Blandlng Corporal Robert Stanlnk, is
Tailors, Opposite Park Theatre stationed at Camp Blanding. t41UJ 1CU4 7htt fh o/
I II fq
ancing Welcome All Soldiers & Miss Joan Carpenter returned Miss Isabel Fernandez and ?

4as I tome: Saturday after a visit in niece Miss Fay Yarbrough. left q A netxauct s
CiviliansLIGHTSEY'S 1 1rowc
Jacksonville with her uncle and the first of the week for Mexico

d, aunt Mr. and Mrs George Bennett City where Miss, Fernnndez will Rt r
stnua CAFE take an advanced college course We suggest the exclusive
Jack Halle, who Is a govern- In the University of Mexico. En- Thertniqueheaterleos meth-
hY ment emp.-oye In Washington D. route they stopped at Brownwood,
TREAT US AS WE TREAT YOU C., will arrive here tomorrow to Texas to. visit Miss Fernandez' / od available to you in our shop.

Isto Road 13 Just North of City Limits spend a two weeks vacation with sister, Mrs. Evan E. Lansing You will be delighted with the }r
:' his parents, Mr. antI Mrs. W. G. whose husband la stationed at
Halle. Camp Bowie. Texas )lasting! qU lity..tts lustre md beauty.th1ffMKaQJ .
Morris Jackson, who has been Lt. and Mrs. K. G. Kld.l and
at home on furlough for the last son, Richard, III, who have been I
f NOTICEto ten days visiting In the home of here visiting Mrs. Kldd's mother Ih.
his parents Mr. and Mrs. H Carl Mrs. Florence Emma Canovu left I [
Jackson, returned to Fort Ban Wednesday, for Fort Benning, Ca. after 80 yean? Reasons: perfect
I ,
ning. Ga., Sunday. where Lt. Kidil. U stationed. icungmoreimporiantmin-; i 1
eral. (calcium, phosphorus); and 1
no alum to leave bitter taste/'Kl'Ct !:

7 SU'BSC'RIBERSe HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRAIT I a New kitchen augerless patriot.recipe Write booklet toilavlRumfiml H e 3 (cirke Beauty S/'oppc

I HOME? Baking: Powder. Box (.S,
of the many changes now being made in the KiimforJ. Rhode Inland. j Li Sldrhe, Florida

" ;ine publishing field and the rapidly advancing (PRESENT THIS All AND 50c AT OCR I -

ription prices of many publications, we will no STUOo10) ) ; WILL MAKE A- I
III the able to handle magazine subscriptions for our ,
ibers. $3.50 Oil Colored PortraitOF I

S the return of normal times, we hope to resume YOU. ONLY ONE; TO A PERSON 8HF THE 1 I / 1 i iF

r\icen\hich we have extended for the past sev- :
; : .':. .!
,'ears!. BON-ART STUDIOS i
223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.


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r S No NAT doubt SEZ most: everybody IIIIH I I Repairs Service Get If NOW while I

heard or read about the new roisulatlon -
S c on men'u clothes. Trousers All MakesE.

I sold! that with contain cuffs, neither wool cannot can you be I

;' take them. home Thi /ImercliantMells and fix themyoursehrs. who L. "BERT" REAMES GOOD USED CARS

them to you has to fix them SALES AGENCY
the right length before they lease 319 W. University Ave. Gainesville; (
the store. I'll bet that Home of the are still available

boy.. In the IMiiIllpin who lost I
their legs didn't curry un as l hal l lUH I I ,"h"I ,,,"|,Otlhipi,||||(||||,II ,nIdnpnuJ,,,,,I,, ,,P'), ,,n',Ai" nn"In" P" ,ii II ,,'" i ,nn.1,,,pMYipn, pi-J;;,,,'I'll'II,,,..n-4,,, ,,';,, n ,, ,pinnIUXI.. .,,,, II;- ,,/ !
some fellows at home who lost h ,

their ('uff... S: BUILDING) ; REMODELING '


I! Low Estimates Phone 52-J To delay may mean deprivingNO

yourself of a chance to get a GOOD CARS m l\\
{'I /DELAYS in good condition. See GOCDCOND1113H, l
;1- good car
it ? ? dTV\ I. Eddie Hartmann Geo.: :Mann

il"...,..",immuimvgni, ,,, '""nimim' ''''+'''''''''''' ""I _.III_____..._ ._.___' nn" "" nun _:_..!''nn" ,.wlumnn'I.. .. '_ .' your Chevrolet dealer today

NO ; for outstanding buys in many GOOD


Painting & Interior Decorating

I Over 23 Contract already In Starke. Look} them over. PRICES TERMSSee

Here are a few Bland!"* Center, Fred Guy hump !M naina -

THE home, E. t. Mafthew! home. ALso In process of con-
tact on new- twhool bulMlnx.QUITMAN
C Your Local CHEVROLET DEALER fp'cfayl
.yl Holds!
of tooled calfskin authenticstern .0=0.---

!- design .. . $1 to $3.50sternberg's WILSON Torode Chevrolet Co...


1553; ; Onadaga St. Phone 718-JX Starke, Florida I







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0 ----- painting his new bungaloW and relative
{ Leut| Satu'
..,,,, Mrs.: Annie Conway has recently a recent B!.
.,.m..,n nr r.rn nfeaen hUp vi81,0,
-- 0--- --- Robert Rosier of visited her father, Daniel Johnson, ''II '
1- ___ -- -- -- -On -- -- Mr. and Mrs. *>. hsb( ,
I Lawtey have Just"" moved here and Sr., who has been very ill for ana Mr, i\lben.;
have rooms at Mrs. Della Dyal's several days.W. IIlV, Q10'

: COMMON SENSE . home. A Saxon, Buster Green, L. town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Buc'ianan A. Johns and Garth Durham have

GET IN THE SCRAP MILK IN DESSERTS of Colorado City Col., and Mr. unlisted in the Merchant Marine. RULED: ISMEg
W. Tyler of Sweet- Mrs. Dorothy Williams of *1 :M C\!!
consider some and Mis E. per
for use Today, let us
-- 4 .eiut eIW dMJ U -- I In Collecting the manufacture scrap of war machines ways in which milk can be usedIn water, Texas, have moved at MarjorieWadsworth's to town Gainesville was visiting friends TELEGRAPH.ORO: ,

._ of the most tletwertu. and have apartments
l Is
.., and ships one
--, ... '; ; useful and Important things the /Soft Cooked Custard apartment If would like a good
_."" L. Wat- you wholesome
r 7., ,,'. .......... '" farmer and everyone else can do Ingredients: 4 egg! or 8 Lacy J. Wynn and M .>In
""" to help win the war A great 3 cups milk, 1-3 cup / YOlkS'j terson were transacting in.clean, quiet surroundings, at ?

1' I deal has been said and written teaspoon salt, 1.2 teaspoon In Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. preprIcesThen -ml
f fr fr about the campaign for scrap or 1-8 teaspoon nutmeg. Henry B. Hyde has returned we invite you to give .i

h .! metal, but It is Impossible to Beat eggs lightly, add milk from the Alachua County trialSATISFACTION m

rtp overemphasize its Impol'tance.Florida sugar, and salt, and mix well. If Hospital. Mother and baby are

r farmers have collectedand the milk la warm before the eggs doing fine. GUARANTEED
L i sold many tons of scrap, but are added, the cooking time will Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cramer have
Y I f y' there are thousands of tons that be shortened. Strain the custard 'just i returned from a visit to Sed-
& ) J are still on farms that should be Into top of a double boiler, and 'alla,, Mo. CAFECorner
&L. ts turned in as soon as possible for cook It over gently boiling water Miss Betty Home's Arm is better

'':'- Uncle Sam's use In his fight Stir constantly with a wooden since it was eset. She says of Call and Madison

,,' .; against the enemy. Our country spoon until the mixture coats the she may not skate any more.
_ j I' needs every bit of metal it can spoon. Remove custard from Freeman Hull lias 'just finished

L'l, rf _ ;:" .j get to beat our foes. In fact, the fire and set pan In cold water.

y 4 \ phenomenal tempo of productionthat Custards cooked too long or too

A a ai has been attained by our quickly curdle.
tr j factories and yards can't be Increased Custard
'IL Baked 2 Good Reasons
'; 1 and It may possibly lag Use the same ingredients and Here are
1ol1i' I unless this material Is forthcoming the same method of mixing as In
/ from the farms and citiesof
: soft custard. Pour custard Intoa
.f, y
4 ; 14t t '.L.-__ America. While our forces and baking dish and bake in slow

; '' the Bride's First DinnerSee our allies are fighting the enemyIn oven for 30 to 40 minutes or untila for Asking for the
3 Fruit Plate Enhances many lands, I it would be tragic wet knife Inserted in the centerof ,. '_ _
( Recipes Betow.) indeed If our production of weapons out clean. "" .. ,Tf.V. .**#*< '"
the custard comes .. .
'' .
491 Cooking for Two for their use should slow ; Variation In Custard rt';J'; ; :"Ma'A'It!< xi' : '' "ytr" )"' .:.-.'';:' '!:;' FjJ' ..:) .1:, :

; Bride' First DinnerPineappleApricot down because of a shortage of caramel, -fl"-'I< :, .1:' ill"
cinnamon lM/i
r Now that the honeymoon If over, Nutmeg, "ffi' [ ( ,
metal which we can supply by \ fI.s '
the serious business of housekeeping Juice chocolate, raisins, dates or coco- ,c\5\1 h\\\
it and selling Itt \
simply collecting be added to plain custard. '
} begins. Most brides manage well Swedish Meat LoalA.paraeus nut may : +",or:';I : 1" \
the junk dealer.
'110 with the general cleaning routines,, Parsleyed Potatoes .. : ," i

et}; but marketing and cooking presenu Whole Wheat Bread and Butter Broken parts of plows and Spanish Cream .. "" ,;; t.
other farm machinery which are
i .
some problems.No Fruit Plate Ingredients: 2 tablespoons gela- ...
..::: ...
la bride need feel alarmed, however Cedes. Beverage lying In the barn, yard, or field tin, 1 quart milk, 3 eggs, 1-2 cup
marketingfor rusting: away and serving no pur- 1-4 salt, and 2
about cooking or sugar, teaspoon
Given Save Metal
two, for it Recipe pose whatsoever can be used for teaspoons vanilla. Help

p eY -$91 la often Just asS making guns, tanks, ships shells, Soak gelatin in cold milk 5 1
:! much of a problem and other highly effective weapons for Victory BOTTLE CAPS
J H to % pound steaks or cutlets minutes. Put on lire and stir
:b market and machines for fighting the
2 rib or kidney chops until dissolved. Add yolks
+), t, and feed two peo foe. No matter how small and egg Ask for theJax Jumbo
1 sirloin steak which have been beaten with half HAVE BEEN RATIONED
'fhb It is a Insignificant the piece of metal
.v t : pie as
; F 14! pounds tablets of the sugar, and cook in double
+ dozen. To help be on the farm It Is of preasing full QUART bottle
q t 1 pound breast or neck meat for may boiler until slightly thickened. Re- -a Ask f for I the
out this year'sbride importance for war use.
rrIk ? stews move from stove and add egg Uncle Sam needs some of the metal
I I've forma W pound liver The scrap metal will not bring, whites which have been well If ask for
in bottle you'll
rt'' lated few rules by which she can we use caps. J A X BEERIUMBO
a much when sold to the
start guiding her culinary adven Lamb 2 shoulder: loin, er rib chops junk dealer money, but the farmer will Add beaten vanilla with the and rest salt.of Turn the sugar.Intoa the JAX JUMBO you'll be able to

t q tures. 2 lamb patties get more out of It in this way wet mold and chill. Unmold get smooth, mellow JAX Beer whenever

t' aJll First the marketing How exactly 2H pounds shoulder roast than he would by leaving It lying and serve! with whipped cream or you want it. and you'll help

A'' ; does one use the food dollar Small leg roast around his place. Collecting It, a fruit sauce. This will separateand release this vitally needed material!
pf lr Iff done by fifths: one-/Afth of the 2 Iamb shanks too, may remove danger hazards. form a Jelly in the bottom
sF 1 money should go for purchasing 14! pounds rlbletsJ4 With the money he receives for full bottle''
and a custard on top. QUART
r fruits and vegetables; the next fifth pound cut up lamb for carry his scrap, the farmer can serve .a
1 for milk and cheese, and the bride or casserole his country in another way by Fruit Sponge Save Money

should remember to provide a pint Poultry: buying war savings bonds and Ingredients: 1 1.2 teaspoons 2 ,
: ,7te'; : of milk for her brand new husbandand two gelatine, 1.3 cup cold water, 2 for J Jumbo -
One broiler usually serves stamps. Ask the ax t
y j 1 In buttermilk, 1.2 sugar, 1 : V f l\i'J'
herself, every day drinking cups cup
Is often to
people. It possible
or cooking. Another fifth goes for buy certain pieces very of fowl, ,espe Scrap that rubber l Is badly is needed another at material this cup any crushed fruit. except raw -a full QUART Bottle ,i\/\ ., ( J/17

,y z meat. eggs and fish, and still an. clally chicken, and you can decide time and the farmer can help In pineapple 1 tablespoon I lemon / V ;
the bread and and 2 whites. I
other fifth provides Juice,
how much of each piece accordingto this matter, also, by selling all When you buy the JAX JUMBO o ., I ,
used for
last fifth Is
cereals. The < r
Soak In cold water until
I your appetite. For frying, a 3- scrap rubber on his place to the gelatin a full quart for less money J' I
fats like butter or en you get
j f purchasing
t 9f pound chicken Is Just about right. Junk dealer. A concentrated drive soft, then dissolve it by placingthe Jlil'( f
1 .
l-t ,
riched margarine, sugars and ac than you'd ordinarily Andyou'U I OJ so H ,
pay. ; -
; l' cessorles. bride's A simple first dinners dish for'one is this Swedish of the for under this way.material If enough Is now Is collect.getting Remove dish in dish a pan from of heat boiling, and water.add like convenient way to buy beer. 6.1 '1)) tiff% Pf. 1 \. "I::!.:;;i,; '

I'q The above yardstick will help the meat loaf. Ifs The JAX JUMBO fit*easily in icebox f --: Of it".tf": !7=
bride plan her well-balanced meal. ed in this way, it will do muchto milk gradually to the gelatin, your I '
Purchasing fruits vegetables, milk, simple aalnt/ alleviate the shortage of rub- stirring constantly. Add sugar. too. If you carefully remove the P 1 /11/\/ 1. "
r butter and cheese will be simple il p K grade spelling to ber for war and civilian une. Set the gelatin In a cold place. cap, slowly pour the beer, then carefully I I, I Ilrll I 1 I \ I "' "':

': she follow the guide. RDA 1 make, and certain When the mixture Is well thick- the the Jj< ":
1' c replace cap you can keep
t y' la The wise bride will buy carefully, brand'to please new hus the Deeds Filed ened but not set, beat It well withan remaining beer for later consumption. .... J.1, J: 0 I
I beater until It is white
t 4 planning menu. In advance so there band. If there is egg """,...
d n will be no waste and all leftovers Mike Maruca and wife, Nettle and foamy. Add the fruit. and t :
i will be used in menus. jjli-1!! loaf some is left over delicious ,the. Muruca, to Errol Alvarez and fruit Juice and fold them into the NEXT TIME-ASK FIJI TNt JAX JUMBO .. :.QBER"+
i very Corrine Alvarez June 3 N. D. well-beaten egg whites. Turn the (o'J."If1 ,,
Before she markets, she makes a served coldsandwiches ; I
list looks through the advertisement .,,,, In or Wainwright, Jr., and Grace Wood mixture Into a mold that has been /1
I to decide where she get sliced with Wainwright, and James Patray rinsed with cold water, and allowIt /
y can potato salad:
: l 11 and Nora Pat ray, to William E. I to chill.
the most for her money. After male Swedish Meat Loaf. SLOGANEERS
-,' ing sure her list Is complete, she (Serves 2)) Booth, June 6; American Tung :
sl Groves, Inc., a of band, A. J. Thomas, to F. R.
to the to do her buy corporation
r goes grocers *s cup twice-ground beef We believe it's our patriotic duty to postponefor
Bradford County State of FlorIda Coleman and wife, Lillie Lucile
ing. In this way she does not haveto
!14 cup twice-ground pork two more weeks the continuation of our
make too many trips and she to Lucile E. Green, June 9; Coleman, June 12; N. H. Noegeland
!i cup grated potato But we'll it 28 1r
contest. pick June ,
Russell H. Green, Jr. sometimes his wife Elizabeth Noegel, to up again
can save her own time and that ol ,
1 tablespoon grated onion with the last ad scheduled for 19.
her grocer. She knows there Is a known as Russell H. Green, and E. r. Prevatt and his wife, Margaret "" now July
premium on time in wartime. 3 tablespoons milk wife Lucile E. Green, and Russell Prevatt, June 12; County of ; ; Keep your slogans corning! This week's \

:Is+ The bride also deplores waste, Mix Salt meat and pepper H. Green, as Trustee, to American Bradford, Deed No. 94, State of Jf,${ winner is Mrs. John B. Quinn Green Cove
i thoroughly, onion,
t Tung Groves, Inc., June 9 Florida the trustees of >,-k Springs, Florida.
especially in buying meats. To aid potato, milk and salt and pepper. "" ; Autrey through "' t'T{
: her in making out the meat lint for Blend thoroughly, and shape Into Carmichael and W, C. Moore, as the Internal Improvement Fund, ,! ? 'To be 100 American put lot Ja Bonds 1 1 1 +,y =
y two I have made out the following: loaf. Place In a buttered loaf pan executors and trustees under the to Damon Dell, June 12. 5, ... > '

t: Beef: and bake '. of an hour in a moderate will of A. J. Carmichael, deceased, ?<>or.; : ;. 'JAX BREWIRQ COMPANY:, ,' jlusa
of Dillon County S. C., to R. L. MANUSCRIPT CO''ERS$1 : ; ( '
: j9' 2 club steaks (350-degree) Baste at '*
oven. Reddish, Bradford County, June per 100. BRADFORD COVN ; s 2 cube leaks minute intervals To make 1Jeks.taerm
gravy 101 Eva Mae Thomas and hus- TELEGRAPH. .,-.> ., _",'/W.. ae.<:.....*,,,,aYi'..i: ..;o \C\'fJ'.w-
1 T-Bone steak (after loaf has baked) take 2 tablespoons

2 rib steaka of the drippings, blend
j 1 pound round steak (for swim. with 2 tablespoons flour, Vi, teaspoon

1 teak) salt a few grains of pepper, and
i -
1 2 pounds pot roast then mix in slowly 1 cup of milk.

1 flank steak (for stuffing) Asparagus.Take REMEMBER
w ; 1 pound ground beef (for loaf) % of a pound of asparagus, the wonderful one

p H pound ground beef (for patties clean, pdd 2Vi cups boiling water horse shay? It was built with the a"P

___ ), v i !< pound and liver casseroles. ) with, Vf 13 teaspoon minutes salt drain Boil and uncovered serve- finest possible material but .

R y f, 4 large frankfurters with melted butter. went to pieces all at once.

Fork: Fruit Plate. Your electrical appliances
:Z chops (butterfly, loin or shoulder Make a circle of orange slices on are

) a large Individual platter. In the examples of fine craftsmanship,
14! pounds iparrrlbs center of the wreath place a lettuce too. And it is exceedingly important from ;he One Horse Shay

i 4 9.to pound 6 slices ham thin slice Canadian bacon cup.tiled egg/fill with and watercress.Use avocado balls. a dev that they don't"break down"on

) ? :2 pounds freth loin roast halved strawberries for one you now. For they are savers

e :2 54 pounds pound bulk smoked sausage butt or(boned links) fruit raspberries mound and at the blackberries side of the for plate the, of health, materials, time and

'H pound bacon second berry patch with a cluster money and can't be easily

't % pound tenderloin of cherries for further variety. replaced

Veal: Select easy-to-pcel Valencia oranges -

2 pounds rolled rump roast for slicing purposes That's why it's so important to .,- 1_,-,''' ,
2 loin chops Bride's Biscuits are exquisitely check up on them periodically '
simple to make if you use this recipe "
: keep them in good repair -

.r Lynn Bayat Bride's Biscuits and use them carefully SEE
(Makes 18 Biscuits)

for substitute Here sugar are In honey the your rules and recipes.by corn which syrup to 9 3 1 cups teaspoon teaspoons enriched salt baking, sifted powder flour YOUR REPAIR DEALER. l

1S In using honey substitute H to /
: 2 to 4 tablespoons shortening
granulated 1 cup of honey augar for but each reduce cup the of 74 to M cop milk PLYRtW Nw61ff... COMPACTPAGE : y /

I tablespoons softened butter
t liquid In the recipe Vi cup for er margarine ...., .
i each cup of honey used.
In using corn syrup, substitute Sift dry ingredients together, cut t
In shortening. Add milk to form a __
y ; 2 cups of corn syrup for each I
soft mixture. Turn on lightly floured
cup of granulated sugar Reduce
.fl board and knead V4 minute. Pat out y.
r the liquid in the recipe by one- .
r fourth. to H Inch thickness. Spread with I C e,,
tablespoon butter. Fold' over and
F If you wish to substitute corn
1J syrup for only part of the sugar spread top with remaining butter. as }
Cut with a 2-inch cutter. Bake on a ai' e
y you may substitute 1 cup of corn '
baking sheet in a hot ((430-degree) Qt QS v7 S
} t and syrup reduce for each your liquid H, cup one-eighth.of sugar oven 10 to 12 minutes. W>N' 9 % i b 'rw

Because of the difference' In flavors IT Ay fl hoi end boihtrtJ 01'.' your 0-w 4 ..,
of cooking and household when v
substitute products, be problems s ..psI
prepared to have a slight change you ran get export fdnct on them !
(Trite, ttfilaiittng problem Mitt
of flavor in the food you prepare your to {tea ti
w with them. Lynn Chambers, tTntrrn Newspaper 1 s ;k I.
Union 210 South Dtuplamii Sirttt, e 4
cakes and
Honey cookies If allowed Chicago, Illinoit. Pleat erwlaieHampd e lass M.Ik
to ripen, will have better ttlf-addrfsteit e"ulope01 M.
,) flavor. I four reply.

rr i RtI*.Md bj WutMB Nw.pap i Union

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-.PLICATION Dr.rrtr" .l.. Amtmmmt mt he.edr4loa" A..... ..f.r
>a 0r Tot{ PIKEDe NOTICE I .. Iaad see.Toep.Rge..her.: Ow..-r Tamn A Cetale I.... II.... Tw".It..., A..r. Ow... T..... 0& (..at.OTT"9 .

,. pal 1' piYEN. NE of BE:k" Ey! I of 1'11-011' IV EU'r LA5TEYwt.49 '

1 I:! HEItERY ot 4.91hs9n1n9 'Vof" of SnfNW a 4 at 60 )'f. J. Alvarn '.8'1
hider taauedabate 8I SE4 .. of 1'1 110 tt or
i No I U liso. has Notice I. hereby glvee that the following d..crlb.,1 lands will. b. SW'4 :3 6 21 110 W. n.8trleklanol I.9'SWIS '' 6t henry Moore .1'1
A. o, ha.I"1 sold at public auction on the let day of July' A. D. 1842 at !Starke, the 'c.fO (' SE..f A ; ft of N 159 tt C\f
"' luly rrice and County of Bradford, State of Florida to the NdV'4 Lot 5 Leonard Crawford 1.1'
to pay amount due for easel NW% .to G I U 120 n J. Koling 1,71
"J m tax deed herein set opposite to the same, together With all eoe' of Much pale and of ofyBIEt.;" a 8 39 ft of 1'1 :237! tt of
J lion "aid certificatesef011owk'g described. advert/sing. wyN II A A14E44 of BEE
C Bradford, of NW'.., Ex N 5 A 10 0 21 all Win (Cap) Thomas 3,11 S 39 1'1 U6 ft ot
ounlY 0..0. A..t .1 SW'4'of NE It 8E'4 ofSWye Lot i ..-I- Alecgnd.r Tucker 1.01
thO., ., t -wit.rd. 1 8 .r lead ....Tw". RII:'". A..r. Owser T.... 0& ....... A N\\O,V4 or tK'.<: IZ 4 21 ne .1. L, Crawford 911SW'4 A 39 ft ot Lot II Ruth Jenkins 1.61
J3 Twp mornmeat of NW' 14. 21 .0 Lester Crosby 3,31 W 68 It or N 110 It
WIinln6 40 Acres, 1'i't c:1"iB: % 25 0 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. L.TO( N17 ,,, 23 I 21 40 loin Annie. Alvarn 3.21: of Lot I .a.nol..r' TUQkar 1.81
of 8 fN .
SEV of 't. :
NW $Ett 22 8 21 411 U. M. McRae 3.U Lots 4. II IAMol' Irvin ...1
I r the lIald prop.. River :1 I 11! 20 Empire Lumber ('0. 1.12 Beg al Ala of' NW'.. Lot II Llnl. Wllliame 9.97
r.rUflest. I. Fra.c1 N% 35 I 19 200 Empire Lumber t.'q. 21.08 N of Com un N line of SO"

he the name or EmDinaar : Wwt414of a. I 4 19 let Empire Lumber Co 11.9& run : its ..,, :. W 2.1 tiO It M: 0fly :..
NE14 A W* of 731 rt to 8. a line Track A run Ie 1600

j.tlflcal. jrwttthe 8E'4 3 'I 19 110 Mrs. M. 1'Harrea .85 thence. 1'1 no tt to NW It thence H parallel .ra.:
..I < '0 S% of N 0' NE4! JO 7 11! 40 Isab.la) Holding .11; Cur of NW4i of with Ity 1000 It tb..llce .
c.cordlnr,Mr..ln will behMhest 88" 34. :,fNW % JO 'I 19 .0 Lloyd Barry a.n thence l3 660 f W'A W at right englel _:J. '
c bidder at the tA NE of 110 ft 10 Beg E1I 1 A 1600 It t hence N ;
the tlr.t Mbn W'A It AW'y4 of .13Ey4. 10 T J9 HO Empire Lumber Co 17.:5 OD N .Id. AIr .ts!: 3.t Parallel. with. Ilylal/ .l.rA ,
dour 01 Julv IUS, SWy4 of RW"- 11 'I 19 to Lloyd Barry 4.61 1 NE Cur t 'I 21 1 Mary C. Petard t.n It to 13.14. U JO n. T. Bennett 0.118N14
month NEVU
01 July u.s. W4y of BE" NEVI of 2AAInS .: of OJ1I It A
'd"'i'i--. SE44 It 7 19 120 Jlfra. Beulah Harren 1181 ..I NWS 1, of 8WWIcSW In litE Cor U 6 U II Unknown 0.11Nei

% NE'A of NWy4 n 7 : EmpIre u ",. *.. 01 NW'1 of SW,.", 4 'I U U T. H. 1'111 :I.40 or 1'111' '" of 81!:"' .
Br.dlord.da. EI$ of N10'4' of NE46 7 g Larkin: D. .rkaCo. a Lot I of Bile 'II dampElk. FAe 1EI5: 01 I\iW'" of NEVI 24 a u so A; A. Ann'' '..1
cud, tourf 4B UU NN% of N of Rivet 13 1 19 20 1I1mltlr. Lumber C.. 2.U aon Clly. t. 7 UTnkno..ft .. 1,61 Sty. or t'lW\6' \ of NEt, 1:1: 6 II 10 ,Naml. Loll Edwards '..1.E .

. NW% .o( His yQ 13 1 19 40 1. D Vh"n" 4 61 1 Sampson CIlr 4 S-t of HI. of MI': ,
8E%. of filE" U 5 ZO to M. W. Mann 3.tS 1 'lO 13 of Bill 441 Inof4 of NWIIo Iti 5b4 of .. /
I BRADFORD 4HAN- Com at 1tJ1o-Cor of NW% 1'1'" '1 10 C'. .m..rd : SMl4 e!f % 25 5 sa :&II .Ellen Tled'e". .. ,.. '.n
FLott.DA 1)\1) of NW% It run S 160rdll'W !''IEIoa N 4\ of Flow 6 1 21 Tall. )1111 Ill KW NW :
: 14. s-a 1'4. N N'4 of !SF.w! or fiE'I'" / 'I 21 JO Unknown 107a Its 1 A In NW lo II 5 II I Ned Berry: 1,06SEtq
.i.? BorrSII, plaintiff 080 yde N 141 :a-a :ydaaof A in' RW Cow cf E41of NW\4t\ of NWI 01 8W', 16 5 U 10 M. I. Paul
Edward: 1:10.: "., V.fe" beg A .to NW* NE"., W of toad & of HW" of MW0 JII ft II .0 C. t. A M.D/ngfellow. / 211MW
NpCgUCATION AND NE% NE% 0NWy4 BW'e ..I NB'!] A SE%" % of NIC B otS lL.y 36 II U .0 V"k.ow" 1.11 4,
F 1 I 20 100 M. C. naul.r.on n.31 E", E. 1 A .n 1 N of 1N.E ; \
CE TO APPEAR w 43 01 WVaoyISEy. A 10 The ch Nonllr: rids 10 7 21 T. M. J. Prescott 1'.1.' 11 113i'W .f liE. 8ety ...r 'tf
FLORIDA to: Royal : I I 20 hop Inc .!. NWIIOf\ SE', IS 1 U 10 J.n.: Jlou.ton I.US'
F WyyEof 841014 of RW4i U 7 II 40 8.! J. Prescott E..t. II.GO fl
.". of & Front Aven of-NWy4 1 1 20 20 M. C. Raulerleb 2.83 : of NWI of AW" AN : : "' of N';. ot8W ..r

G..or.la.roqulr..d. 08 NE: of NWyy U I 20 .0 The French NoeUr: % of SW% OffSW" 11 'I 21 to F. 11. P.ckh lD" 1.10 REt:ot.. tI 5 U \"nkl'o"n 1.07E' .
of 811: of
to appear 4 0 6 In N'h4 .
I Shop Inc 1.61 A NE Cur -
N10t, U 5 II 5 Laura Coy 3,11E'SE
912 In the abovepnama NE'y4' of SW't4 U I 20 40 Carrie T. 1'\owlln. Et AI t.20 of N0t4 being 131 ft N NI% of 8W\O of
':.u.e, w B r .d 'oar d i1Kyi of SoW%, U 4 20 to .1. O. Turner Et AI 4.21ESyWo'4 It S by no ft N & WO '1:11: 'Unknoltn" I... II II 21 3 Joe Reed 1.19KSt.AnfNyyof3hWj
81014 01 tlW% Es: 1 Ain
divorce. thus loIW 11. .to W) of
graph shall weekly publl.h Issues.y ofHE\t 14 I ZO 100 O. E. Crosby '1.07 NE 'or. 20 1 21 U R. W. tlurulIC'r: 3IINE14 : of NWI. 21 II" 1 John.Techatene. 107
a' four official seal N of. Nt! of SW'4 15 I 20 ao Unknown 1.95 of f Awj' 74 1 21 40 1 G. Y..unll" 4.11wty 814. .f NV4 of NW% as I u 10 Vr"nlL J. Smith ....
hand and June 4th. SW'% of Mw% 15 4 20 40 Empire J.umber Co. 3.45! flW\fa. 01 8W\6 28 1 21 20 Mn. Ann,. No Wart J'II 0611 NE'.. .r.. NEIoa ofW14
1 'Iorldll tblll N of NE "f SWyy 15 4 20 ao Unknown I.U All NW", ot NE4e" W of 61 Ry 21 G II 1 F. A. Fisher 2."
J. Thomas SJo of SEy II I 20 to Empire Lumber Co. a.tS Ry E. I 6; A sold C. A. .:r 4 .. ".
SEAL) A. f'r@wlI A Ea 6 A sold wIalloNE tNE'e .,
< Nti: of NE,' It SW'4 of .: of
fhnauAttf-.Jw, ? I. N '4 ZI I 20 80 Empire Lumber Co 1.18 I. W. Wilson '" lx II W .I Ity Z8 II U 13 Unknown 7.60
: Nyy o,( SW E of River 21 I 10 10 Empire Lumber Co 1.10 A In NE Car to B.vlllk 14Wt 01 1'110\4.' of IIW\\" ,
8h NE Ex a A In .tx!: J A owned by 11 tit Ity. U 5 III 13 ......ral Lank Bank ....
t BRADFORD 8 i4wof or Church 23 4 20 n 0..0. C. Johnp t 90 0 R. R. W.'n' 29' 21 22 R. W. 8urr..ne 4,61EM N 4AM23E' of flW'',
or ('01 liT, "UAN- E"of SE'4 23 I 20 1\1 R. A. Johns 7.1 of fiE" Ex I A In of tW' 2. Gl1: 4 Mr.. Bertha sluck.y' ...7
ELOMDAI, I IIWv.! of 8W 1X 2J I 20 40 R. S. John.. 4stFracl t'lW' Cur of NEyy of I lot 10" It eq on N
I Ichilkley Plaintiff V*. Blk 1 New River Z3-U' a41 J. E. Adklme .1. 'if 2t 1 21 19 Mrll. Annie E. Ward 2.11Wtr side of KW'4 of KWI,
Lot 'I of Elk I A Lop NW" Es 1 A 10 of A adjoining ohl
I tnalkley.: Defend.nt."Pl'ILICATI0N 2. 1, 6. 8 'of .Blk 29 for Church 30 'I II 78 T. L Casey.: 2.888W' hard road :U 5 II n. O. Kinlaw Eat 1.95N91'

a 2' 4 6 110 31of of N w'.4 of 1'110' % 2' 6 II 10 H. 1.. Brown S.'INW.o .
K' AND 'IfI; 30 .. Lois i. /, of SW'i A WI( ofSWI4 \ of "''I-J", of SIC'', >26 6 aa .0 Hattie Moore a7'
IcE TO APPEARF II flf Hilt S1 It Lotp 2, of SJIo ao 1 II 10 1':. K. P..rrman 4.n W"i fOI MIi\ot:\ vf IIIW\4.
FLORIDA to: Herman 3, 11n Nth of SEy "f SW""" 30 7 21 aQ Unknown lit of MI-:'. ::18 5 all 6 Peter TllltTale, Sr. 1,17to'
"y whose residences t'3,:' 82 & Lot 12 of131k Nh\lo of N 1\4t.!:\ III 7 11 40 .'e,11 R Moore ;'I'U of NW' of NWLo A ..

\'Irlinla. on t3 It Lots a, 3. 4. WK of 10 t1408 fnNWoodJ: : II U JO Carson 11I. Orlffls 2.61 Ii NI\\. of I'IW% of NWt,4 21 5 as ao Wlnnlt 8. Abne. 0.1

equlred. to appear 6, 4, 7 << Blk 811\ of Mitt. of w ANL
named ff :: : II 21 5 Carl Becker 1.IIE1'o :
: In the above Lots 2, 4 :, But lawn 10 SSVi4 04H',
Icau'se. wherein plaintiff' Lop 2, 3. 5 1;, 8. 7.8 of of 1,0'9 & "11 Lots &\vI\\. ...f 50.4 flf MEI'!
lei and custody of Child. B.k 44 A Lot. I. 2, 8 I I A W'.4 of Lot lit H (20 It eE44!: or
Kiioty Teleg-raph hall ., 5 1, 8. 8. 10 II, 1hof II In Woodlawn 10. 21 II Mrs Therese.. Becker 5.01S' $E'4ct'SEtf 27 5 nil. D. F. halter 17.'&
1. Order In next four Rik 47 & Elks 55 01 Lot 13 In Wood- Corn at NN er of Sea
ea 66 New River '23.24 I ZO Emil Mllchell U.II lawn 11 I U 6. N. R. Starling i41 28 run W IUO ft
" and official seal Lot n In Woodlawn II i U 10 Unknown 1.&& : '.
hand 10ZO E
' H It Ino tt "' .
y NW ''of 2. I 20 to n. S. J..bne ..20
plorlda, this June 2nd.. % .NW\ Lots 48. n In Wood N 1020 II to hug n. U .0 J. R. Shuford 9,77
NW'4 of NW'4 at I 20 40 Empire I.umber Co. 4 nSW lawn 11 II 21 20 J. T. Munds I.n W 3.t of 8V4 of NWI 4 ,
I Thomaa % of SEyy a:4: 6 20 to L. R. Oren 1.13 Lot 61 In Woodl..n II II U 10 Paul };ogle 1.71 ot NW'4 It NW'.,,, ofof
Bsal4LCourt 6.-7. 4t 6-28 fiE,. of NE\4t\ 83 4 20 40 Eliza Wilson E"t. 461NEV. Lots i8, 69, .0 ID Wood \ N I
at 4 20 160 Flret Bund & NEfofV14SW4i
lawn 11 a 21 .30 Unknown .oa J;: ofNW4
Mortgage, Company 16.71NE'4 Wet of AEV4' o NEVI:\ 12 I 6; aa 10 n. W. H.vlland 1.71 ;:' ; 18 9 II SO J. n. Whll.b.ad I .0'''
IT COIRT 11NACHAI4N Es E 24 A 5 'I :It 131 Fred Haa.n au, RE's SE4.o NE4e 19 Unknown 1.71REt4 AW', flf 1'11'1'4 of NW\4 :8 0 U 10 Jack Crawford 5.17
n t n
FLORIDA! Lots 6. 9, 10 a .. 1 ao 181 n. B. R."lerBon 18.50 :1 SW4I of BW4. Unknown 1,3J Lotus 7 a7 a. 18. 31.
Lota 11, U 4 1 20 J07 R. B. RaulereoD 33.n Lots 2 3 ,.,t.. :34, 3 3k. a4, 44 41.
Thompson. Jr., Plaln- Lots 1. a. 1 'I 20 IUT C. L Atkinson .11.12 16, Ih,' 1 i."Ii, l04. U: 44, 60, 63, 64, l{, A, "
Irttta Porter Tbompaon. N'>iI of NE:% A 8W'4 of'.J.: 32, 33,. at 85, 345 i, u. 0 Rte flf lot to, 41, U. I 1 .
Is E'4 also that portlo 41, 4., DO, i3, 44, !5Woodlawn 43 47 A Wly of Lot 40In
PMCA-HON AND of S 54 ef NW',. E of 13 II U 250 J. W. B.kn 28.41/1/ Woudlawn 29 5 II In W. n. Graham Il.7a'S
ICE TO Road I 1 20 123 C. C. Melvin az.Z9 Lots 11, 1'0 Lot II In Wood.
po FLORIDA to: Loretta E 210 fet of N 830. ft. ', oola..ln U. 13 5 U 40 1. n. Wllllalna a.lI Yawn Zt 5 U 5 w. 11. Graham 1.41'
mpion whole residence of 8W', of 8WI.. I 7 20 a George Baster' 391! Lots 17. 28 In Woodlawn 13 6 U ao Mary E. Ward IIi Lo'" T, 6, 'I, I A h{
SW% of BW14 of W'4 I 1 ao 10 V. V. Huen 2.01 Lot 4ft In Woodl.wn IJ 6 U 10 Hlebaro B..nft.'t 1.11 of Lot 11 A all lot
required to appear on Lot 9 of Elk I & Lots, Lou 61 1 IIZ In Wood- 111 In,; Woadl.wn ao 6 U II Unknown 1,91
il4J. In the above named hI 20fofB.'t..lk./0/ 'Lot lawn 13 II U :0 ("ha. A. Rbod"l1 104EIy Lot 1 in Woodlawn 10 A. A, ;Thompeon 1,77I.utp
puce, wherein plaintiff Lotus RWL' of PE' H n Nellie W. Frank 200SW II. 64 In Woodlawn gg : u 20 llarn.an 'A. (lodger 2.46W
l Bradford County a 7 of IIlk U Ward .: : Ii Rosa Williams 2.94 e'
"'.. of SE'. o4 NE',. 14
al Lot II In Wood-
.halt publish this Orderr L41ty S 1 It Mr" T. p. Ward Est 1.21 Lots 13, 18 In Woodl..n It //I II ao Clemmis Ford '105 lawn%! 30 5 sa 6 Unknown 1...

weekly issues. Lots 1, 5 of Lot 34 In Woodl.wn It 6 U 10 U. 36. I>_re. .61 WI9 of lot U In Wood-
fray hand and official :Elk I r'vJ rJ' ityl I 'I 20 Mrs. Carolyn Gerow t.1Lots Lot 39 In Woodl.wn 14 1 :32. 10 Unknown 1.1i1 lawn ao 5 U 0 Unknown I...

,lie. Florida, this May 24, 26. 24 of Elk Lotll 16. U, 33 In Wood- WI" of Tot 17 A. till
1 Ward City 1 'I 20 C. C. Melvin 8.85 (Awn 15 //I U It D. J.. nl..by 1.15 Iop 11, II, U fnWoodlawn
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Lots 4, 9 of BJk U LOla ai, 22, n, ZI In 31 5 U III n. E Crewe ..n
Ef said Court. 6-8 4t 6-24 J. Ward Eet. 2.05 111 6 U 4. Josephine 'orklna I24 Sarah 1.43Wof
Ward City I 1 ao Mrs. E. Wnodlawn Nt.ot.: NIG'4 of NIC' 31 6 U III Ilayss.
andrum, Starke, Florida Lots 3. 4 of Bile U Lot 15 In Waodlawn JS 6 21 10 Stanley runda. a.u "r of NW\4. '
Fir. Ward City S 1 20 W. D, 18.Iphnn 3.ULotll Ny' of Lot.. In Wood NWIN 81 5 U 15 O. 1. A H. 1\ln.fallow f.i S5W04
1. II, a, 4. II of Elk fawn 15 5 22 5 F. A. Fisher 188 \ uf NW'4 J I U to A. ('. Hllmner 1 7NE4e ,
THE COUNTY 1. Ward City: I 'I 28 H. p. Gainey I 1210 Lot 63 In Woodlawn U 5 23 10 Mrs. E. O. Uane 1,71W'4 of NEV4' 3 a u to A. C. Sumner ".01 !!
01 RT OF COUNTY. Lots 4. 6' 7 9 of Elk of Lot 60 In Wood II y ot NW41 of flW" 3: 6 U 10 John JoI..y.rl ..1.
IRtDKOHU 22 Ward lty 8 1 20 V, V. Hagen 1.23 lawn 16 5 23 5 Avery L. Keever 1.18 All ut IIW'/6 W
A. PROBATK. Lot of Elk 22 Ward of t4ri. d :I t 8 22 18 Petra A W.lnwrl.h[ i.1.,
jale etdark Dereae41.. ltU 8 1 20 T. J. Baxter I.I? 9M.,. of Lot il In Wood W14 : t 1 U ao MI'.. ii. W, Uro"n 1.18 I'' i
[ '', _.. Hater NW'4 of 'IE'4!' Ex ny II 1 20 3f W.r.y Corp. 411HE lawn U 5 23 II A. Stoker 2.GI otor fEMLt"! 6 I
Urmmmtm .
III 5 U 5 Mr. 1G. Harvey
tine tract ft ein lawn 1.61 N.J'. of 701014. 1 I U 40' Adam Oren 407 IW14
I ol 1SW'1. 13 In Woodlawn, II 5 12! 20 t:. e. Mosley
T each of are hereby 8W Cor NEyC '. : 4i9 1 II U 10 Adam Ureen I.h !
you 18 20'' a TTnknown 1.61' Lots 20, 29, 30 In of NW' of NW'
End required to present 81y of 6SW,, of SW'A It 7 ao 20 "rooker Tpt. Co.. 261HWy4 Woodlawn If 5 23 40 U. C. Barnes. &.15 N \ '' j r
iii and demand which 01 NW\4\ It 1 20 40 N. e. lIIott 161EN Lot 21 & N 225 ft of1.nta Jfrj yN.\1oMo'f! Ituad 10 1 U 5 George Orlffls ::171' I IW,4

littitr estate of you of Hobert may haveS f. ... of NWy: of BE'%:' It T 20 20 Empire Lumber Co 2.61 26. 27, 28 In Ii 22 e0 I-Iln..lalr fo"lpy //1.17 of l'IW4t\ of NE4' II II U ro Loul..e C. U..rdln.r 2.66
( 13.21 16
of laid w of NE'4 of JoI'; It 7 ao 20 flrook.r Tpt. co Wondl..n E. 1.77 ot of Nt4' II 'U 20 Unknown' ....
retailed late Jo':' of NE.' of !: It 'I ao ao n. L Hough t.83 Lot U In Woo"'a..n' 16 6 U 10 Mrs. U. Harvey 104 SW'
ID the County Jude o'f ;} I'II\ A 6, 3, 9, 10 23. WK4 of AW% ot N :'" 11 "II 10 A. G. lingers I."
ountyFlorida. at his S Nttfo..J' 15 7 20 31) N. C'. Molt a.99V.II LoU I&; Woodlawn 17 5 22 TO 1. S. Rapp. Jr 11.09 W9, of Nhi :10 of No\ U .4, U JO Charlie 1I..nll..y. 1.17WI'Lof
Bthe courthouse of raid 16 T ao 80 E. I. Crosby Lot 66 In Woodl.wn 17 Ii 22 .0 Matilda. Nelson 2.11 t.:1iI. of tlW\o of .
1 Htarke Florida, within NW'.4\ of of NWi 8w'4 15 T 20 40 David Coleman JOI'uR Iota 17, 18 In Woodlawn 18 6 22 2U W. C. I..n.y. 3.71 tl 6/y4/ U 8 12 10 Itclplo West 1.17 :
fendar month from the 15 7 2U 10 Unknown Lot :4 In Woodlawn 18 122 10 1\Irll. J. Kru" 1.21 of NW\ T3 I U 8U Unknown GU
10 A af 8E44!: of SW 21'U 397 W'io .
[the first publication of of 16 '1:0 80 E. J.. Crosby Lot tl; In Woodl..n 18 5 aa 10 M. J.. Thompson HWI I'. IOf tlW44 ot tlW'' t.I 4 26 IU J. A, Conway 1.11
>. Each claim or d Etd O'tt of E" Lot tll In Woodl..wn 18 5 2a 10 Mrs t:. 11. lIarvey 1.77 MI of HW y4 It I U 40 John Juhnstml 111 I Iswll
,1 be !In writing and shall -tso 0mNWy E01 Lot 3l In 'Woodlawn -
J and a 2.4 of NEV4 1.63 : NWlkof'
place of residence Branch olE 18 II 22 II \Tnknown tNWtK' 1 I In ME.
.J of
If addreui of the clalm- 10 Lots 22, 17, 88 In Wood Cor If a 22 n llllknown 1111t4t
fhtll be sworn to by the ..uHE'4 of SW'4 111 5 22 30 W. H. Rosier 7.31 '
I lawn :' E'4 of ,
Knt, or attorney ana of Branch Ex Z A It cemetery NW',. of 18 1 20 130 n. E. Stokes 11.91 iota 49. 50 In Woofl1aw/\ :5; 22 ao W. 11 W..III..rlcllt t.81i tvt ;:l viol let J
i him or.r. demand not a>oI I 8E\<: 18 7 20 130 H. E. Stokes ]5'2' n In Wood- AWIn SW 15 8 21 &I Unknown 1.1
cemetery 1I'1..fnLot 1.1d
I be of-HE'4. Et 8 I A 18 1 ao at David Coleman 4.8 3 19 5 U II Frederick 11. \ Luclna ]if. Clark. NEy4 68 In Wood- H'to.W I 1/1/ 6 22 IG Joe "Peeples 13,94N'y
Jitrator of the Estate of Nt* of Lot 1 Es 10 A 18 1 20 18 V. V. Hu..n 1.99!, S't.fnLot 11! II 22 II Unknown 104 of IIW'4' of H P3'i' Me ".
for or the Lest Will and of Hy A. In Woudlawn 14 : 22 ig A. A. Thompson: 1394 NWI' of 110'7 01 $1144:\ 15 0 U 30 Unknown .il
B of lot 1FxRy .1:2In': : Mae Benjamin 1.77
of Robert ) Clark, de- Ns aide W lot Woodlawn 19 23 AEV of NE4e I ka Inoii .
I lot on N ItA3 .e
8at 6-19 18 In
Lots 18. Cur & Ns
'r of Ry 50dOO 6 A tt In 8 for Woodl.wn 20 5 22 .0 PYRck Dro. 5.15 A In NW Cur II I U 21 Malllda Dixon 933

Church also 1r Lots U, ao, 19. 30 In Corn Itt NE Cor 01 HE\4\ .
| IT 40IHT. BRADFORD of Lot 2 E of Hy 10.98 lawn 20 5 23 40 F. W. Hall 519 716 :eft
18 1 20 32.1. F. Shaw of run .
FLORIDA IN! 4.UAN- NltV.o River 20 'I ao 40 Empire Lumber Co. ..51KWt44 tot 67 In Woodlawn ao II U 10 Unknown I." W EIUA fl ,.r 716 2'err''

bernethy, Plaintiff v*. of NE'4 NE'4 &: NW 4 21 'I 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. 9OtRE I F'dcof'! $Wy6 nl SEIoO ItI 21 I 22 GO J. n. Shuford 11.IIin N ft I-j a16 ft to Heg hx 18 I U 5 Hllbarl 'Picas 4,3VE

It Defendant. of % NFIOEII s 11 3.4 01 $1014'" of 17 I II 10 It.muntl p. rrawfor 1.&.
pf AU .
:'o3t.b.rn"bY" B" NW'bEV.NE' of'ElW NE Cor 5 II n George F. 'oune 11.71 Ii01'\ I'3 ot RESW\y4 "

vOTirE TO APPEAR Es 21 'I 20 180 Empire Lumber Co. n.I W by 66rdsNAdInNW : W 1.:1: of NW'\ rot NJoJI! .. '
I OP FLORIDA to: Thelma SE% Cor of 8W\\< of It NIP. of NW' 18' U un... 'J aid 1 1Nv
<-ihv 616 Trenton Place NE14 01 NE'A It NEy 2 'I 20 80 Brook.r Tpl Co. 901SW'44 N104: U I 22 20 We W. Tpt. Co 2.611 of MEt uf :4ior' U II U 20 Maim ifchrlde ... 4E
n, We.t VlrHnla. of 8E'4" l04y 01 NE'4 of NWI4 E1II : Ill, ,.. ofMW% '
required to ,appear on of NE4 A Eye A Cemetery 22 5. 22 18 C. J. A M. Ding- t 38W4 of M'\v't.f 18 6 U If Unknown '''. 1,30SEty
N'A 0AW14&NWV. .
oNW% & I..llow NI'4 of
1S42 .f lIoE'.4
I in the above named
reuse, wherein plaintiff 01 5E&F '} ot NE'4 ot flW'4 2Z 3 22 10 Mabel Waln..rl.bt, 11.38Co 2,61E Sh'A 20 22 10 M.... Onb Freeman 't 11.01

'orre. Bradford County :, 12AofNW0.NW 22 'I 20 213 n. J.. tough 23.5! a-t of NI'14 of t4W23 Ii 23 10 Matl..1 .In"rl..t 8KU\ ..f NWU Ea S A .. .
shall publish this Order at Ry where N line In 8W for ft Ea II
tour weekly issues. S\w' BE'\, &: SE'.4 ot U 7 20 120 Purvis Lewis 18 St ;:: Neo 23 crosses A t J-4 An NK Cur own. ".1, ,

i my hand and official neal 2) 1 ao to nrook Tpt. Co. 451 run K on fly 6U rt Eat Covlnaton & ,
Florida, thl* June 9th., NW'4 of NW'4 NW% U 'I ao 41) I. S. Fowler 2.61 1 right angles to HI' y Kduhlh A K:* about 10 1
PE.1 OI 60 It for a" p' of beg A In KB: Cor U' 22 15 Pat Gatt a."
of NE
'SEAI.) A. J. Thorn Com 60 chn W thence H parallel with About !10 A In H1!:': of
of sod <\>urt. 6-12 4t 741'IT Cor of Sec 25 & run Ry 106 II E at right NW'4' a* per deed rs-
W 20 chn .
S 60 chop angle to ny 840 rt H 49 corded In Deed Uook
N 60 chn E 20 chn to parallel with Ply lOGO 40 Page 127 21 t 21 10 U. H. Bradley 1.741
(OIRT. BRADFORD Beg Ex E 8 A of .N ft W at right angles AIN '' of SW'/j W
1. FLOHID| IN! CHA.NPlaintiff. 20 chn also Com SOchn to Ry 840 rt 10 beg of U'* W of NE Cor of 10x on of HWU M of
Whit". v.. Ed. Sec' 25 &: run 8' 340 ft i itor side : :J"da: t:. : r/e/ toad Kx about A A

l t.. Defendant. Case No. a Pt of Hen I h.n..e' .. Chapman .. recorded In UK 'or ,& ,N W 4. nt j 1
;...%, a 9R0 ft w 12sft In Deed Book P page % K of lt".a OP. PI'RLIC'ATI0S AND ;'U'S80 ft K 128.i H. Ford 14.61 272 5 22 14 H. T. Bennett .... 2.17All 2AInNHI'or&10a: '
TILE TO APPEAR B c 2" wA 28Com 7 20 141 H. NEU of NEU W of 11 A on W side 21' 22 47, Mr*. Agnes Simpson 14.11
of FU.RlLiA, to- Edward at Cor of Sec I Ry Ex 9 A to Jane Com 420 ft !N from 8K 1,
'!* residence I.I 734 Jack 25 & run Ft35 yd* Byrd A Ex 2 A to R.K. 2 SSS Cor of HW'4IL .
.p. Bronx New York. 8 440 :yd* W 435 yd; Blanchard 23 6 22 10 A. M. Blanchard. run W WI'1mOlt N &urt d''

r.ioK'uir'd| to appear on N 4t0 VVT.'U NW,.. of NW, ft NV4! of 11.76OF t: ii& rt tIl/ rt it
> in 22 40 George F. Young 21. 22 Josephine Eller.on 4.71II
;1 the above named Reg Ex SWU of NWU to rt or Slag
'."".., wherein plaintiff A.rofcromCh.UrCNW1CoAr.of .". Com on M aide .f HK'4 .
I-orr.. Bradford County ':. TOWN OF L.'MoTEI' 'Mo'F.'r RAILWAY 33: : of MWU: on W side <>iItoail

V shall publish this Order 8c 25 ft run E 490 J. T. Reddish. 7.48 J U *. run N I HOrt
: urm weekly Issues. yda: S 440 yd* for a pt Lot S of Blk 1 Griff I II w 220 ft H 110 fl'L
''arm hand and official of be.r thence rim K Blk 3 Ex Lot 2 Fonao to Pt of He* 21' 21 1 Sharon' Hall .tl
> .., Florida, thl. June 380 yd* 8 IRO ydp W r oN' Lot 2 of Blk 3 Fon.o Crirri 7.41 Com on W side of Road
N 880 yd* to Co. 1024 110 ft N on S (line
380 yd 101 Brooker Tpt.-( of 2 14
AL REAL) of be -72 A 28 7 20 Wy of'i..otl'l &Elk .
A J- Thomas the jpt lis ft or 7.45 of HW'i '> --;
of mold W of .SBrv F. C. 8emro jJrOOol
Court. S-S 4t 0.26OP : Com 20 chr t 33.46 run N W 2/0 rrH
>r of Sec 25 ft run Lot 1 of BJk 4 J. D. Randall 200 ft E to rt of
W 40 chn N 20 chn, W 88 ft of Lnt 4 of Beg 21 6 21 1 A. II. Hall '.71

B 40 chn S 10 chits to 15 1 20 ft* Unknown 13NWW Blk 4 Ex W 30 ft W. H. Edward 1.16Lote 12 A !In NMi\ of NEU of '
T'X'PPJ.1CATIO!' FOR to B..e' 'I 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. 4 n 1, 2 A 8Vj of Lot MWU be*; 317 rt K
DEED % of flW% 21 3 ft all Lot 6, 7 of of NW ('or of NM'A .:31.i1S 1 .
.E.te alII V.. IIIn 01 NE"L 1'1>1, ,of 20 209 J *E. Or.... 21.31 Mamie Loo.Edward* '.4$ of HWVi: tt run B lJe 2ft .
J. IS HEREBY GIVEN DNW", It NE'4 01 f(}: \ n 1 20 A. C. Kirkland 265 Blk 7 F. M. Carradlne 2 65 8 847 ft W IOU rttheaco .
Aldermen, holder of .... NW'4 "t NW'It l' 21 NW" of.Lot 1 4>f Blk 7 N II decree K 1741i11fto .
21.1 63Mamle'Lou
"prUIJ"at day Xo. 243 Issue S"Y.r 1-. of W% of. NE'4 of S 21 IS Paul Glover 29S Lot 4 of Elk 7 F. R. Carradlne Hi-f H. 4S A olfK '
of I
July UU Edward till *
.ntlit L end also Kft\
7 '
@rUfr"l., Noe'1. 'issued 1M ANE' Lot 8 of Blk 7.06 4 W j "4
wNv C. Woolen
.t July ad2NA' of Blk S W. kI.I. II.c'; .H '
A. 111 Z S 4
D. 1921 has o 23 Carl Reddish Lot 1. 2 16Oeorge Kx A M end '
e In sy office and has Cor of SE'4 or NW'2'1' 1 11S Lot I, I. 7. S of Bib 12 George F Young Temple H-U 11 1 21 .11 T. M. McCord 0.5.

rll'"lIon for a tan deed to A1NW8Vf of wNr8 olSEU 24 Blk 28 F. Young 11.46 Ain NK Cor of a 12 .
Ihereon.. Said certificate, 21 40 J. M. Conner 1.11 NU of decree F. Young 7.48Oenrce A Iran uf land formerly ,
Int f"IIII..11I1r described River 29 B Lot I of Blk 24 2.15A. owned by P. <'. ,

Florida the County of Bradford of SWU ft SWUof B. 21 10 Unknown 145 Lot J, 'I, 8 ..f Bill 24 M. Blanchard F. Young 4.15 Oonclwlne In NV-i ufNKVi .

.f SE... ,lie.to-wit.. 14; Twp 7 8. All N\1o f1E\ %of Sty of z 21 fC.1. M. Canner 17S Half-block 8 George F. Young 1.13 N of AoJ.. HWU Mack' l lAWs lot I( 21 < :2> I Wm, Hall. .. 661

Containing. 40 Acres 'more RI".r SO 21 to Emery. Johna 1 26 Half-block 7 Oeorre V, Young .19 of lilk 4 H of It :I : "?-. .. -.
!e \o pmhrltc"d Under paid 1nV" of" NW" at Dia T. Lot 1. 3 A. M Blanchard .n W In 101 1':1 of HWU ,

i 213. BW14 Rao11 8 3NutNEV.: & NEy4 of 35 5 21 10 W. C. Clemen 867 Dlair. Lot 8'4. S J. T. Keddlete 2.11$ Temple': A ub Dlv1U 21 I 22 'J..*. Deli. 1.S4I :

3R.. und Int Tot Lot S toy Com at 8W Cor nf a .
AIn 66 ft N A r
Id issl embraced ANEt4 of NEU Ex '4 l loo ft E ft W t> of ft 13 A tract formerly s
... .rllflea t. No. I. NE Cor ft Es about adJoin Hotel Lot owned by P. 4*. OOCHwlne |- r ? ,

r.m.nt the said"f the ertlflc said t prifc-: Dplalted land o le lOW Kx a lot 21 E ft ft W N In A ..' of A said run land H alum to *K HId .
.4 ft
was an.d H by: 40 Orirri 7.44
In 110 A. A. '.
the tam. Ex strip SIS!! Cur ef same Cur of Sarah Hrotl
ii.ld ens. and the a*****. ft wide NAS: ofolto4n EAST OF RAILWAY IN fll!::( ". aa-M-ia-ae: 8 :22 land M" variation W ,
Na eriued. : und... ..14 7oi1" that TOWN OF LAWTKr about 106 yd* to *>
I muel; In tr,. | ? NW'd ..f Com 210 rt E!: of SW Cor poet thence .SW w' '
W ,
said'' .....rUfl"at.'all Brown be feVln-'lfVciS\ of 210 Lot rt B 10 10.A ft.run 8: 219 N InagTemple's N.1)NW44. 11' 21 8 'George 1.,1. 1.03 (

Mh.dgtheto the Es platted ft W 105 It to Bee. or 3 U 1 lt 100 ft Ho In flF-
the ...nawll. ) b. ('or A Es r.irp-i'af 164 Lot 10 C Tnknown :341 Cor 01. Hlk, I N "fH
bICb".t bidder 8 Gr..tin" Mltckell\ Hrlnnoo A Brown I W Temple SabDlv
ft 41
doo at the TIN 16 S 21 Nh of Lot IS 1I..n.. 'U Unknown 2.14
Springs :
the th 4 Hellbronn Lot"4 J ** ,
SKU\ of Richard -Cartby: 210 C. H. Kettles
feJuly'1949. 8 210 ft of 1 Lot n.10"/
I 1.16ii
tJe 1.4. di NE'4 ?: il-5oad 38 i I ii 40 J 7- C.n C.emon 1." Lots 61. 64 Joi5Ji 84 ELlot (Continued on paffe clbt)
AI ..... y of July 1912. NW'4 01 1 I B. Oran lii Cor of pearce. 11 .9

f.'t, '..a..A.' lour- of J. Bradford'Thomas I S9All NEV 1:*"" of of NE% of 4SW% 1 a'I 11 71 ,1? M Tom: ra Annie McBride' It Alvare. Ill 4 O. 11. IIt

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DIRECTORY OF D..eelrtl.a A..aal e f D.s.rartl.a ... .( laad S.... .
S Taxes RK..
.. .... I....T..... Rlre. Ac,. Owner. '1'.... .. e**.ILota .. iad 11_. Twr.Rga. Aer. Owner Ae.. Owae
SERVICES W7 of SW4 of NWtt Tau,
,e FIRST RAPT" 1. 2 of Blk 1 Com at 8E Corner of byy8t.E% o- NWVi! ofNVi
Rev. A. JII). Llera/f_'". raster I'ln.hunt I.e. 21. U ;;>. W Kelley E.t. 106 Lafay.tt & Westmore- to 7 22
i N. WalMt Street W'oiI ofUlk 1 N of n land Ht. & run E 326ft of SWU of BE% 36H" 7 22 YO Cl1 O. J hn.
3 K k all Fr.o of E'h for a ", cf I:1W" BE"31- 7 22
'I Church School lt5: A. M. PJ egg fr.! vo/nt/ 20 Hubt.:o'E1"SPalhflllll,
11' I, r ; Worship 11:00 A. M. of. Rlk I N of R 3 HH thence run Com at on W
B..0'.1':1.: : 7,00 P. M. of Fr.c Gold N. D. 110 It N GOO ft W 40ft 6.39 Hide of Ity: Right of
KvenlngWorship I 00 P. M If..m.n being it9 rt to pt of Be l 29. 22 Ce.lI L Douglas Way on N line of Sec.
t I Wednesday Worship l.::410 P. M. N & 8 b..lntr all About 2 A of Ian bbe 1yd. 2 A run S on Right of
;1 said frac W of ld tin.of 11 yda N &. bouni' Way 96 yd. W 35 ydsN .
NWy of NWY4 & 1:1: W : ... Nby 95 yds to Sea line
i M riBBT MKTtfODIKTRev. E3 of ME'4 of Aluk land 01 tannins S thence E on Sea line
I { ;q' G. C. .."' .'1. ...<.* of.1'l of R NH S.t( by Darby 1'.1 by Alderman lnreatment to Beg--8-4 A 2 8 22 17
11 4 @ 12* N. thareh .._ W'J of Blk a in SK\.6\ of 51'a 2t 22 2 'Dtan.a. 3.11 BW'4 of NWVi, 2 8 22 40 Un osl8 I Swindle
Y I 1 ; Church School 1'1: A. U. 3 E T.mpl.'. Sub N'" of NWVi of SWVi 2 1 22 :ro n..!'
1 b gi 1, t Sunday Worship 11:CO A. M. Dlv. U 22 10 IIr.. Grace Ford ,.U AI NEy', of BE% W of 2.21 KW of NEVi of X.ms \ 1 22 20 0: F
E & Bone 13 3Z 22 Qulale" A Dav10 idly J. L Ii radrkfrllltft
yu } I Young PK.pl.' 7:00: P. M.: All land 1 ing on Wts of \ of '
EveningWorship I:09 P. M. N aid. tie old Stark. 1 A In NE: 'or 01 NW'4 3 I 22 "tiol

-, Wednesday Worship I:00 P. M. &In Lawt.y 8"0 22 Public known Road a. of s.E'or% K" 1 lot !nNE 32 2J J Wesley. Holmes 1i2'I : BIi... 4ef NWVi NWVi AT3WV4 A: WViof 3 I 22 100 Unknown

the O. A. Thrower. Sr. A In 8E1 Cur of EKof EV, of SEV4 of NEVi 280f l'nkng"D
1 .. A In \ 01 BE, JxN :: of
NEVi NWVi fe
II 4 22 1 C. P. Chandler
r _... of NWjt6 efNW'4 ot- SEVi A ISEV
a... K e4i Y..k_ ,
Ford 1.94E lot of !tIn Nut
b U 2:1: 11 M.. Orac.. 1 land H' 8E>i 3 t
OS* N. Cfcsirek trt 3 A of 8'Ao of 8E% Sa BE Cur of )lW'4of 110 Unknown
t4 r'5" ( Church School 11:11':: A. M. of IW'4 otaW'4 U' 22 a Eo K. Cnwa 1.62 tEy! U U Eugene Fursenon I.U All Bwyw of BBVi! 8 3 1 8 f! 40 Unknown
Sunday Worship 11:00: A. If. 1 A In. of E4! 'to Unknown
1 ,, )i M Sunday Hivening. ; ':30 P. M. Eof SE34 of 8WSW54 \'. 8'Ao of ByW.Cor y of% 32. 2J J Joe .Jolln.oa 2,2Wuf / W NHfc* of ef NEye NEVi* SE>4 of I 1 21if 40 Unknown
7-30 P. M.
) Friday Evening; : U i U 1 e.IY..I.r CrulD 1.12 of NW SE', NEI\o, '
tl + Holy Days 10.00: A. M. II t no
Ka sold
That: portion of about 10 A Unknown
"" ., 8W"ylid'sHE,4b dlv... persons 32. 22 1. Victoria Mack 6.13 E>* of SEVi of SWVi II 1 20 Unknown
NUVi: of 8.(;:, 8
'r I of ,tiE H offtRoad Corn 210 ft W of REI 4 8 32 40 W P. .Lo.
WV. of A .ardlnISE'4'
SEVi SE"of"
tl FIRST .RICII..E..N U a U IO! Ernest WuncterUck 3.64 Cop of W% of NWM "
?0 ..... ,.... U. All**. .._.. 41y. H of oad U I za U A. J. Tbo..... Lit of BEy, & run N 210It "of II 1 21 120 2- F
,. a4e llwrtk Cftvenr at.t NWof" 01 tiE'" k all W2lo ft 8 210 It NEVi. Nl. 61" t 1 22 40 T.: J.: ackerm:: ,,
t ChurchMrKoo,' ) UC: ) A. U.Muiulay 81'4': N 01 1:1: II' tt to PI of ,Beg 32 1 22 1 Esele Green a.u '10\* & 'E% SEVi ofyNW'j Aldtrmn;
Y :wVnJiH*.' 11:00 A. M. Roado It! I U 1St W. T. Jordan 8831 t 22 340 OF..
,y7 .p, Senior CfruJades. 1:01: P. M. BW 4 of IIW% U I n to Unknown 2.tt308 \ LINCOLN: CITY 1% OF IE% W OF Rr. U t D E NEV4 of NW',' Wack rw,
1 i ., I I Intermediate Youth 0'00 P. M. 2t aa .0 Ernest Wu..rllrk Ey& EVipf HWVW: I I 21 60 Unknown
wit 'ff'l'WN: Lot 3 Of Blk Ella 1.22 ( %, of
Evening Worship 7.00: P. M. 00 145 ftWy4 Of William.Johnson
pypypy 1 ,
of NWl4 of $E54 Lots II, 'I 01 Blk a.ts EEJjEvtcrM: E$

I' ofN"4 2t U Jo..phln. Wlillams 3.401 Lot 0 of Elk 1 Wm. McLeod E.I. I.U 9 1 23 Minnie

tI (l O ...T.Early.... T1.KDWAHO.. J. M.r.CATHOLIC hr. r..... WEK of NWy\ of BEYof Lot 1 of Blk 3 Ed ::1. Johnson 1.0'1Lot NW.of NW' %(, ff*"*fm of of 1Ttipht! _

r. a T..01. ....._.. % U 1 22 Rogers BatU. 468 I of Blk I OUI. Williams .0 ISW\06. r 10 1 22 110 Unknown
; Mess 0:0.vA. M. E 3f ft of H 105 ft Lots. J. 2, 3. t, 7 Of Sy of'NEVi\ A NWV4 Of
( r 'ey UlvlM .... of E'Ao of NW',4 of Unknown 2.21 SIC"' 10 1 22 120 Unknown
x r I5 Sunday; 101... ':00 A. M. BE"rif NE4 U. 22 W. A. Cook II." Wty kOfitLot 2 of Elk I W H of NEV Of SWVi
Ip s 4 .4 Week Day. Man '::08 A. M. Com on JoJ aide of Church J. M. Jolin. Hub Div of NWVi 11 I 22 I J. O. Keller)
Ht 176 It H from N LoOf NEy4 01 NKM as. 22 J IIrL Abbl. L. JI'DDe.ey 2.51 N 165 ft .Com Ett\ NE
a ll. OO4PEL TABER1ACLBr. line of NW"- of lE'4 2 of Blk 2 J. M. '40f"N !
7t B Jl6.6 ft thence Johns Sub DI" of NEye Cor %
ad atra. 1. T. lsJl.*rr .....ser.. & run
N I10ft 33 / 2Z Fannie 2.GS A run 8 368 ft W 1040
Service 7:30 P. II.Frld.1r E 10 degrees f'1t 1 Mrs Stewart I
Sunday : thence Northerly Corn 8 Of NE Car ft S 368 ft W 280 ft
f Service 1:30: P. M. 15.5 It E 105 It to 01 N W 4 Of NEVtthence N 736 ft E 1320 ft to
4 I Itr W.n.r IIt.: N n6' ft run W 301 ft Ft of f3eof A
d t SCHEDULE W 26.5 ft to lies. U 1 22 John E. war"lIaU 21.11 S let I.a ft E 301 It of "" ft U't8of

t Y BUS Com .t pt 330 It S Of N 141 2-3 It to pt of N1W.t 11 8 22 31 W. 1..
t Leave Starke N line 01 NW'4 of Beg Ex K III ft 33. U 1 Carl H. Jackson 1.t3 NE Cor of NWU\ Reysoldt
NortIIbouDd I.aHtboaDd! HE"" en E .Ids of Corn .t NW Cor of SWy.ot.NE4 of NEli & run S: 3U
w Church. St .k, run .11 & run 8 180 ft for a pt of bear
tY 3:40: A. M. 3:15: A. M. 1U. II .. Da** IK wiTo'B 3.. It "np .-. n' thence run W 1040 It

a 0:45: A. M. 7:30 A. M. / ? "\* t0 B.1rihe rue Jij 5 all ft, B 1040 ft, X'
U 1 21 :H. E Lee UOC007 | 381" It If JlO 3-t It 311 ft to pt of Brit 12 t 22 9 N. D.
.f 1:40: P. M. 6:65: P. M. at SIS Cor of SWVi '.. .' W 3IJ\oo ft N 110 3.4 Com at SB Cor of SWVJ Walll"rICk' Ir

4lz' 2:35: P. M. St. Augustine ,SW14 run W 795 It to Ptyof 33. U 2 Lelia' :Rafaae '.u of NWi4 run N 222
ft N 316 ft NE 801 B1Wyo tof ... ., of ft for a :Pt of Bear
9 y 2:45: P. M. 7:20 A. M. ft Easterly ZOO! ft E NW% &Beg S4jN'Ry thence run N 245 ft B

l ) 3:50:: P. M. 6:40: P. M. 174 ft 8 908 ft to Bearalso o{ of SW% E. 135 ft Uto W aide of
certain lands S fFN 33 22 15 Lucile C. Edwards 7.45 Road thence run S
6:20: P. M. For Palatka of Mr. H Spark man % Of NW14 Southerly along W

Ii 8:15: P.I+ M. ., W of Ry In BE* Ex; S A on W end 4. side of road to Pt of
l1 of $W 21 22 10 H. E. John. 30.31 | ES.f A vault lot 33 U 121 H. B. JOhD. 10.20 Bet 12 I U C. a. A
+ Fudia
11:15 M.
I' I : P. All Nw'4 of 8WE of 1A .an. I lylnc parallel Wdq
: ORIGINAL TOWN OF STARKIB 36 a 23 R J9x about 2 A In ,with t ,Ky'Right: / of 'way
LfJut' Y db JacksonvilleLeave SW Car 33 23 S2 H. D. Hunt ..&a In ,JW' 'Cor 'of' STV4!
h k .StarkeKoathbound Lot 2 I!. 4 of Blk 13 J. L. Andersen .' 14.54)) SWVW of. 5514 33. 22 .0 Unknown 12.66 .f NW14 12 I U 1 H. E. :Mgorer
iS 1 WeatboaiMl Lots ld 3 of Blk 14 Ea I Com at NE Cur 01 NE'. :0: ,, 1 Lot 420ftN&Sby
I W ft Carl Rltch 12.60 1 of NE"" k run W 399 210 ft K W boundedon
e 1 l 3:35: A. M. 8:25: A. M. Com on 8 .Ide of Call It S 1092 ft E 39. It ':"5'd' 8 by Bedford Lake

r 10:35: A. M. 1:40: P. M. 8t where It Intersects N JOU ft to Bee aa 6 E by Walnwrlrht 2
K aide of Court Ht I A In NE Cor 3t. U 9 Albert GU.llon 4.40 A lot 12 :S I
+ 7 k 12:40 P. M. 5:55 P. M. I U Margaret
: :: D.eIY"
run K 98 3. ft for a W'Ao Of SE3... of NW'4 SW(4( of SWtf W of Ry.
"/ Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M. Pt of Her thence run of 5E14 3t 12! II Earl 8trlckland 3.60 Kx 10 A In SW Cor 12 1 2a 1. J. H. Law,.,,,,

L 3:35: P. M. 8:25 P, H. 43 B3 ftW2O'4fttoPtof ft H 20'4 ft N 6 SEVI A In I of 8 NE'y(or of NE'. 35 8 2Z to Steve XGwa.tcla ., 6.16 SWW Lot! 8 of of SW
t 6:35: P. M. __________ .I. Bee as(, .*. Wn Dallo -- 11.11 of NWVi described in Haven I aD NWK of .

k I 'a I. + 9:45: P. M. 8:25 A. M. Com Ht where on 8 aide.It Intersects of. Call Public Deed Book Records. 39 Pare Bradford 313 IAInNWCorofBW'NJj4 13 I 22 J. H. Oberkil

p'd Not to Ocala 8:25: P. M. K aide of Curt 8t.. i,.!, County. 35 4 22 4 E. R. Bowers Ii.51 of NBH 13 I U Unknown)
34 Via Gainesville run H IIS ft for a Ptof B 1 210 ft of NW!,i of Com at NE Cor of SW%

1 I f'.JJ: thence run 8 NW'4 35 6 22 9 N. M. Bradley 4 28 run 8 330 ft W 420
Gainesville Ocala, Tampa, 83 20 ft N 53 ft ,* KS of SWVi 36. 22 40 Unknown 3.21 ft for a pt of Beg.
St. Peterabur W 20 ft to Pt of Bee; W. W. enflld 17.51 NWVi\ of NWV4" Ex W 'R thence run W 472 ft
Lots 1, Loolf Blk 22 If. C. Brown" ] 13WH 10 A k W'Ao of NE'4 N 160 ft B
y/ of 2 of Blk III.! Chaa.: K. Face Eat. 4.27: of NWjm! 2! 6 rr.stt: ft to Pt Of tt.r.11'
J! Mary &.83 2
BMaloney 13 8 22 Robt J.
Blk. 29 .aa extended: on v rrn.e W"'" .f :! ,',:, u.. 4A nL,_,___ n .. E .t" ,. ft' .. .... 1._. _f Dodd
7 map ex n 8E14OfNE -Of RW4! -j; i H 1O M' : v A ; Slmp.oa 1.22: 4 i "

WiSOotti1kLa0 i:0eit II.... Tb..lma. Larantau& 10.n Wty of NE54 of 8Wi4 2 7 Z2 20 C. W. Colson 6.03 of 5W34' 1 55y'WYa\ : 13 I U n Unknown

., NWt4 of NW4 t 1 U 40 Lucllte C. Edwards 2.811 \4\ A InSm Cor of that
'kIkJ'lf Btuf WitU tended on finae, map ,.. NEY4 Of FlE'4 4 'I 22 to Oeorte Williams Est lI.at portion of NK 01
Ex H 106
L. A. Re.DOld" 2U4 Wit of RE' of BE>f 011: HEy, lying N ot Ry
Eli! of ilk 30 aa a..s. SE "
% Of of Sbd4! t 'I 22
ended Com NStf 30 Dr E. M. Webster 3.19 being 98 It N k 8 by

t''to WAR BONDS Ex B 100 on finny' map L. A. .. 5.13 NWv at of NEt4 Cor of with Ill It Ry E A W parallel
a An/ BWV bounded 8 ft E o"ft'u N 13 8 U

N by J. o. A1v.r 210 It W 420 It N 85 Ex y of W r4ftot:. SE4!
1C D.
Add E by Adams Btit 210 .13 8 U Burr Jones
i.y'hI4 01' : 2JO ft to W 15 It 01 E 215 It of
extended b
The; Aerial Camera for UM on l lands 81Wkbybo: 1ju:: 28 22 ..... Laura Wilson 3.'t 8 Pt A In FIE Cor of NE' I 7 U t Unknown 2.28 N4 of NW'4 of SE'4 13 8 U 2 Unknown"
,,1 Scout: and Observation and Keconnaisance 1 lot tnA ed 01 NW% being 46t 3-4 All of 8EV of SE4! 13. 22 20 Jesele. I. ]Inlrah.a
by J.fferaon Bt Wby ft F. 18 0 22 'to Unknown
planet is esientlal to both Temple Ave N & N & : W by 688 ft Lot 4 21 5 2Z ao 1. B. McGill
II 1 23
,.J c UM Away; and Navy air forces in E by land of E. A. S !; of BWIk Marshall Jackson 1.97 LAKESIDE
1 I.. U 22 BEV.E St'B-D.V. 22 B 221Blk.
E. C. T.ptlen 32." of
.1 5 7 22
planning battle formations lend Ii Unknown
and in obtaining
lInt of In St.rke :or J.t 1.20 .
I. A of Ihat "orUonof 1. :3 I of Oovt Lot 1 Unknown
& a information on enemy; fortifications 111 ft N B 6y 210 ldt4 of 8W'S of Ellk 3 of On"t. Lot 1 J. E. Smith ..
and movements' They look ft E W bounded E ". NE' E of Road 'I IIlk 1 of 00"1. Lol 1 10'. H. Bradley
; by "a d lane 1 22 3 Mrs. Herbert
ereon t,1 I'IW' of Prucott 8.81 Elk 1 Of Oovt Lot 2 .&
.L i something like a cannon, and cost and S by Hoyt St. IS 8 2J A. L. AI"ar. &,n FJ'/,%of NWyy NE'4 of 9 9 T 7 22 2Z 40.1. W. Andrews & Son 3.45 Silk J Of Govt. Lot 3 O. L. Haynes
N'W" JO C. 11. Clark
Ir about $3,400 apiece. $E4 of NWy4 of .\. 10 'I 23 3.28 NE 'of NW'4 A Wy!
t li..4 LIl'dGWrOV, TRIRY: A CO'" 1n.'B-D'Y OPE% OF NE% :28 t D H'Ao of NI.- of 8W N JO Agnes Simpson 1.22 of NW' U 1 22 120 Unknown

Lot 1 01 Rlk 'I E. McElvy 1.22 of Proposed road 11 a 1 22 18 Sidney riffle 2.28 NNWy OlE E" Elil of
Sty of BED, 23 8 22 10 J. D. Tllomp..n
1.nt. t 16 7 22
of Blk 13 80
DaviJ. of
a.. .tetta H.mmett k J.now
2.SO 7.90
IUk Ie Lots 2. 3 nf NI, of 1:11.4: 11 'I 22 80 T. J. Alderman 1.86 NE\.6 of NEt1 NEW 2t 8 U 10. Jessie I. IntratanCom

; : {1k..I 14 18" EV of Blk Mack Coleman Alf ny Eye 01 tIW4 H tt It 7 22 38 Unknown & run at SW E f600r ;o.f : 360'
l.ot. I. 4 01 Blk 18 Mack Coleman Com 10 yda W of BE It. E 132 tt for a Pt of
I 1:'y of Lots I. 2 nf Blk 5.UI ('or of Sec J9 A run H..e thence run N 360
W 210 tt N 210 It E It E 198 ft 9 350 tt W
1uj of Lots I, 1 1.. R. Clara A
.3.3of 131k 2/ Walter btcFashlon 240 R Uft tt to Beg J9 7 22 Kalch : Acta I98 ft to Pt of Beg 25 8 22. 2 Ernest 1\IcGaul.
Blk U k N4 of BlkZ8 t.1I Lot 5 In Keaelers. Add 19 'I 22 Emma Xlaon 20.42 9W'4 of SW'4 IS 8.22 .0 H. A. Weeks
Lou n, 18. J9. 20 of 3.611 Lot 7 Indian Beach. Sfi-U' 22 V. 1. l'hU.r
I'I\A.' \ of Rlk 28 A.A. R.H. Randolph 5.33.31 Rlk 14 Jox J Lt In Lo ::8C'J-:. 11. U Indian
Lots I I. 2 of Blk 17! A. T. Paul HW C..r. 40ftE&. W 35.38 8 U H. V. Joiner
: Lot 2 of Dlk ze Unknown 1.18 J.22 br 34Ly It N .k 1'1' 19 'I 2Z Unknown 12.81 Lot 111 Indian Beach 36.36' U Geo. D. LllhfrJ.nd
: IIIk 29 Es Lot 2 Joe Ha..n 2.H E ft of .ot.1 C. J. C. A. X\1GHT
I.ot. 1. 4 of Rlk 31 Amos William. 3.98 Weeks 34-1) 19 'I 22 Mrs. Edith Rowley 3.51 Tax Collector Bridled C
Lots 2, 3 of Dlk 33 Alfred Barnes 5.93 Lot1ExI23Pt&W.
+; .t I"t. I, t of. IUk U Sam Franklin 2.10 25 ft of Lob 18, 19. 20, !I
S The serial cameraman can 22 STENOGRAPHERS
1 plot Lot 3.of lJIk t3 Raymond Den 3.30 C. J. Week. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fi.l y '" wide territories in bold relief so lots i. t of ilk .5 Sarah Scott 1.91 Lo Sub Dly J9 'I 22 Ethel Johnson 3.23 All persona having claims or de. PADS- ISo pcla-BlL
Al Iota 2. 3 of Blk t' Sarah HC'ott ;: 23 21 J.k: 8su2t mends against the estate of Ida
J.18 .
that In : : TELECBIPH.
Army .
; or Navy; Intelligence can N"01 lot 2 01 lUk U W. P. Brook. 1.32 5 r L Darby, deceased,. are hereby nd. COUJ4TT
( .f 4 % make accurate measurements of enemy S4q of 1..ot 2 of -Ulk 42 Sallie Anthoney J.22 2 Dlv I In PF Cop of 19 7 22 John It Ethel Thomas 8.81 titled and required to file their
: NF4! claims In the office of the
Y ; territory.; We need many. ofthese t.ll'1\GTON. Tutor & CO" ADDITION TO .T..RKID. :28 5 22 SWLf NW'of 20 'I 22 3 Unknown 1.13 Judge of Bradford County Florida County, 1'0 CW5CK '
NE'1 & 'N\fa\ Of /In the
cameras so neceass the 60 I. Courthouse AR7
1 R. Clara & Acta at Starke, Flor
8ti"' : ot
Lot 8 111k Nat i
of I 4. ida
r air Unknown 1.ts 'I 22 Kalch within eight calendar months
s arm. of the Army; and Navy. N 12% It of Lot 2 & '!::.' Uot ;; Afl Cor Of NE' 11.8 from the date of the first publica ,

kN, e' You can help buy; them with your Lot 3111'.n12: of Lot W V. 2t 'I 22 12 1. n. Kalch ::1.38 tion of thl* notice, or the name P
4 of
purchases of War Bonds. Invest t Nty of W. T. Weeks Jr. 3." Nfl4! ot AWI4 2t 'I 22 to Unknown will become)' void according; to law.
Lot 4 & Iota 5 1.21 Thin
June 8, 1942.
d least ten percent of your Income every 8, 1 of Rlk 2 Mrs J. E. WU.nn 8.09 SW" of SW4! 21 'I 22 20 Barbara w: KlnS 3.28 JOHN MORGAN + tak,66

y i."I ; pay; day; and help your county Lots Lot ;'o"i '9 191k, 0IOlf Dlk II Almetta Alvares 'H S54/of 8Wy 01 BW'4 23 7 22 to n. C. Cone 7.00 I.Administrator of the estate DARBY of Ida,
SW'I. Darby
"I jo over its War Bond Quota. Nty of lots 2. 13 k lots ; .11 Carl Bitch SELf of 26 'I 22 .0 J. D. Thompson 4.21 leceaned. .-12 4t "-1
:r. 12 .& SI.fI of Lots t. R54 27 'I 22 to J. D.
U.S. 7>_.nr Orhrtsuw s/ 11 of IIlk 13 W. T. Weeks Eat. Lots 5. 6. II, 12 Sub. Thompson. t.2J : ...._--- .
Lots 3. 12 A 8 9 It of 11.89 Div. of N'n of NE4! -- -
lot t of VII 14 of NSY'4 29 'I 23 JE.IrNI
Floyd Or..n 5.OUt'J
iot. 10. 11 01 Hilt 11 U 21 1 A on W side Of 8tV'4 Williams 2.83 H
AUTO J. H. Denmark
jj, PARTS Lot t of Blk II ." Unknown 15.11 of NW\4 H of & ad- Prompt Service CarefulStarke Sri
) 1.01
> Lots Joining 6 C
I.I 2, 13. It of Blk Ry 29 'I 23 1 Unknown
v USED: TIRES WE H 24 Unknown E'9 of "'Jo4 or SW4! 29 7 23 1.25
.. ( A V E a.Ot Corn 20 oller Wllllama 3.28
9 yds NW
+ J3 I YOUR HUE), GENERATORS Lol':, 3it.4'1/:1 'Iii I:' 21 Unknown (' rl of '4FJOff N14 t:

r AUTO GLASS CASH FOR Lut 3 & Sly of Lot 4 '.S" .. 3.Ot. rUn 11 82 I.t: yde Servi<
I! Taxi
of : .
Rlk 18!
4.t F. E. Prince .N 74 d. to3
1.52 eg
10, II, y 30 'I 23
I 1".1 I
3 L.
'klk .
I CONDITION 12 of 8'2. Wm. Balin ...DLAII": : NI.fI of Dlk 4 In Hamp.tOA T. Johns 1.05
,1 Lot 'I of IIlk 30 16,0 30 'I 22
P. R
Iota Jobn. .90 Lots' 7, 8 Of Dlk Frank C. Gould 23.27
t. 11 01 Dlk 31 Unknown : 11 an
". Used Auto $25 u* 1.22 Hampton 30 7 i2! tJmpton; Development Phone 150
Lot I ...
W .
1 T.'ltPLt1I: ADDITION 20 It of
'TARKE 28 a MBIk loOt 2! ot lJlk 29 Blan.

HASKINSAUTO Lou 13 3. II.l 10. IIi 12. 13, ..W"" Unknown .:: ___ t.21 Lots ton'7. Add 8. 9. 10 of Elk 30 'I 23 W. a. S..al". 3.18 Day N'

; PARTS 14. 16 or Blk 14 Unknown" 80 HI.nton'. Add 30 'I 22
Lot 3 of 4.51 Lots 7. I J. L Lamor..ua
., Rlk 11 J. O. Pr..tt 10. 11. 12 13.71
b North of Town .. ROM IS l.ot. t. 6 of Hilt It J. P. Roberts 5.03 of Elk 3 9i Blanton' ,
Lot 'I of Rlk U 81.48 Lo1d: 'I e rC12: '
C. 3jJ 22
I. ;; bites 31, 32 P..k. Addl.tlon A. Futch J.22 of Blk 1 Wrl....'. Unknown' 3.18

to Starke U' 2:1: T. n. Yount Lou i 30 'I 23
i itr Lots 1. 2 Sil 4n.5u.. 7, 4.51 I 2. 3. t. II of Elk J. W. Horn 11.115
a. 9. 10.: Sec .m :2 J Wrlatht' Add 30 7 22
I Jour Add to Starke U 12! t3Wy of NW4 30 M.Il.y Williams 1.23 SAFE !
Da..l" !
11f N4 of Hik J Ex B" of U.31 All $E4'! of. IiW'4. E of 40 Unknown 3.t5 FAST!
ill, Lot. I. 2 .& Hlk 1 30 'I
AWy 23
N-'. ,of IIlk 3 Dowlln. of RII'4 30 7 23 U r. P. Pearson 3.51
r Hub Ply U 22 18.! J. Dowlang ".411 Lots 13. 14. 22. 23. 2t of Unknown 3.t5
Ste of Rlk 3 Dowtlni'a AIk to Hampton AND ECONOMICAL!

r. Hub DIVa U 1 22 E. J. Park .SII 'I
LAd! Ik. 1 WynD' Dowling 12.0 SW t4 of NEIEx\ t A31 22 Mae Hayes 1.43

Lo1cJA U U 0111. Marr on E. aide A BEy, 01
B. C Of Butt .1.01 NW! 31 RIDE.THE BUSSES
Wynn'. ftdNdfrom U I 22 Boyd :"ollowa 10.111 4 M NES:; : clue .f aw', 7 22 1'1 Mr.. L. $ KalcJa 8.58 .
40 Sf .
& SE',. Ot
:If Cot of Lot 4 of IIlk 3 NF:t4 at Courteous Information
'I II! Correct
180 II Lot I of WL of 4Mra. Ma..I. Williams ,
NWI4 6.16
t'uJu J1 1
: : :: ': 22 10 Nora
j1 189,5 to Lot 2 of W 01 NW's 31 'I Williams 2.3S
road thence 1'1 101 Lot 3 of WI' 21 JO Meli.aa 8tmms
( ft 01 NWY. 31 7 22 10 7.17 Given You, At .
tn Pt of Beg J. O. AWyW of R t4 31 'I 22 1t. Moore 2.13 .

Lot Atvar. Add to Starke U 22 Mra Evelyn 8t.ph.na ..&J NEt'ot f.i-l; NWI4 32 'I 22 100.0 W'nkno'Wn. a't5
I of IIlk 3 J. O. Al- Biz Wof y.8Fort AEof 548W!4 A aral Corp l 9Y2 NION BUS STATION
tares Add to Starke as 1 2:1: John E. Marshall 15,0C 33.7 22 .0 Unknown
1Corn fN NFt 3t 7 21 6,25!
"NEW LIFE" J. W. JOU"J'! ADDITION TO ITARIUiI 31' 4 a2 at run W C7 or Of Sea. D. "l'l&omp.o 4.20:
53t5 11914 yda
Lot 2 .f IIlk 32 S
Mary B. yds W 241st yde
for Lot 4 Of BIk 2 City. P.rkr..o'u Maloney .2J 1'1' U Yd. E no yde iii I

i. I I'r Spring : : Div U / 22 Walter .1. Redman J.20 110 yda F. 220 yd.. N
of RIk I CIt, Park 660 yds to pt of Beg PRODUCTS
OxfordsGet Sub Dlv II 4 U Ex SINCLAIR
84 of Lt 4 of Slit U Don poorer 1.20 Con, ..tll.w Cop Of NEtS 31 'I 22 U L. T. Dyer 1.71

e fla.klns Add to Starke 211 6 22 of NEa'. rUn R 385
Out Those Old Spring Blk 11 Ex S" 01 Lot Floyd Green at.9t yde FJ 25111" 3d. N' 311I Gasoline Oils and Fuel
F)j 4 0askau Add to yd. W 251\.; 1 ds tn ,
Slippers. Well Make Then ,Starke Nye .. .
U 21 Floyd Green flE'4 of NE'j HEATING
If Do For Another Season. Com 210 ft N Of SF Cop &.13 Ex II A In NE f"or .. WHEN. YOU NEED FUELS FOR
of NE', 01 NW"" ., Ex 3AinSWCur&
; .? run W 210 It N IIO! 1x R' as 7 GIVE US'A RING WE DELIVERH.E.
It E 110 II B 210 ft NW\o 01 NW1 35 U 53 W., W. Paekham

The Electric Shoe Cot:: Beg at NW Cor efU U 1 Ancll arlffla 3 at ,Com W, of on NWl4 W side'01 8W35 of.\n y. 1'I 22 fa 20 to:1.T. D B.. Thompson TrleMt 13.33.it.:

NWh .f SIo4 & rUB 8 Right 01 War; On Beo
t., ;;; Shop t E 110 It for a line rUn N on nl.ht TUCKER, Agent

L Oppoaite Park 'lbMtre PI R 110 01 Reg It R thence 101 lit run W lj"of .' 8..Y101Oyl..d.toW:: For Sinclair Refining Co.

117 ft N I" It to Pt tJJ.nc 10! to Beg .
of Deg U U .s A I n F*
I Elmo Struth flE'4 of
.. '.U Iii as "U D .la Swlntll. Phone 158 S(arke,

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Brevities spent the week-end with his par- shortage of coal, oil and other Several Homes No More TanningThe be accepted for processing for t
Brooker ents, Mr. and Mrs M. M. Hazen. fuels this winter on farms and in the duration of the war. This
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of Rented
Grady town.Wood RecentlyJacob tannery at the State Prison suspension Is due to the Inability II
Baldwin spent' Sunday with Mrs. favorably with
MBS.: KELLY HONORED compares Farm suspended operation on of the prh.on0 secure necessary
K':'''on HardyTi10'f.19 Baxter's mother Mrs Rob Lewis. these fuels In heating value and E. Zevln leased Monday
,11'1Io Miss Lucille Hinton, Miss Betty I Miss Mhdellne Crosby Is attending may have to be depended uponto through W. T. Clute. the 2-bedroom June 13, and no more hides will'chemicals and supplies.
Hazel Green, and Mrs Eldon
I summer school In Gaines a large extent for the duration.. house In 1. A. Davis' Pine- C
announces ,
Thomas Hardy were hostesses at, a linen ville.
Wherever the need for
lice of her daughter, shower Saturday morning at 10:30: fuelwood hurst subdivision In the west end
seems apparent farmers
to Talraade Coney o'clock in the home of Miss Betty SOCIETY NOTES: of town. The lease was for one
rains 12 well be prepared to take advan- 11Iany: Year Experience Make It Pmwibto for Ma to Render If
Friday, June Hazel Green, honoring Mrs. Tal- Mrs. F. Saunders and son, Mon-
on tage of this market. There are year and the price was $T5 per EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COtTBTKOt'S: SERVICE
madge Kelley who before her roe, of Tampa, spent' the week-
defective low month unfurnished. The house leone
usually or
was attired marriage was Miss Lorraine end with her mother, Mrs. Dan MODERATE: PRICKSDeWITT : -
active bride value species of forest trees In of the two new model houses
Hazen. Mrs. H returned
wltli match. Thomasi.:: a zen C. JONES .
dress the farmers' woods which can be
blue home with her for several weeks. built recently on the east exten-
Starkr Florida
Pink rose buds, mixed zinnias profitably converted Into fuel. t
and white hydrangeas, were artistically Mr. and Mrs Artford Brown sion of Call street Mr. Zevln
lief was CamptBanding used! to decorate the home- and lon Buster, of Tampa spent He says that fuel wood should stated Monday that he and his t
dry at the week-end with his parents, be well 'seasoned, and that In-
transferred to Ozark, for thin delightful affair. tended for use this winter shouldbe wife and aaugnter would move 1
g will Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brown, and W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
re w and his bride The guests were greeted b y Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ritch and cut and stacked this summer Into their new home sometimethis
ir home. Mrs. Hardy and asked to sign the son, Gene giving It time to cure well before > week. F. II. A. LOANS ,
bride's book, It being given later being used. A farmer who sells Mr. Zevln is connected with the We want the listing on your propertyWe
EDWARDS: as a gift of remembrance. less than $75 worth of wood In
and Gift
announces Wood For Fuel Hollywood Shop have some wonderful properties for sale
tr u Hinton Several novel games were enJoyed anyone month' Is exempt from, which will open around July 1 In
Lment and approaching during the morning with Assumes price ceilings regulations. the old location of A. M. Darby's See us about your Real Estate Needs I
I, hg| daughter Luclle. 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 68
Miss Martha Lee Rhimes and store near the railroad on East
Earnest A.Edward A. Edwards.>* on Miss Phyllis Hazen winning prizes. New Importance I Howard Cooper Hurt Call street.
d Mrs. Kelley was presented with Last Saturday Mr. Clute also ,
Wl|| be an event of.OTT Farm woodland may be more "
log I many lovely gifts from the guests, During a hard rain about 7:30P. rented the Williamson' farm housea ,
err after which delicious refrep'imentswere important this year than ever before M. Sunday Howard Cooper, mile and a quarter south on
HURT served by the hostesses. as a source of fuel, believesL. brother of Richard Cooper, night Road 13. R. J. Yelvlngton, an QUICK) SERVICE AND SATISFACTION
friends of Mr. and Enjoying the party with the T. Nleland, farm forester with policeman, had a slight accident employe at Camp Blanit'ng." Is
any the State Agricultural Extension at the corner of Call and Walnut the renter and the consideration IS OUR MOTTO
of High Springs, honor guest and hostesses were: t
Mott Service Prospect of a transpor- streets and was taken In a De- was $-10 per month. ,
regret toiat Misses Phyllis Hazen, Hazel Crosby -, Witt C. Jones ambulance to the
of Brooker tation shortage which will curtail
their daughter, San Willie Mae demons Martha, shipments of coal and oil give Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville,, Also the J.Staike M. Lee Dry, routesalesmanfor Cleaners and: Short Orders, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks r rI
Lee Martha Mar-
Jin the Alachua County key,Rhimes.Joyce Atkinson, Louise Evelyn Cros added emphasis to locally produced for examination and treatment.Mr. Laundry, has rented through Mr. And Delicious Home Made Pies
I recovering from a broken by, Eva Fae Gainey, Mrs Bill wood for fuel. Cooper was running to keep I Clute the A. L. Kahr residence
Ifhoulcler. When Mr. Mott Nichols Mrs. J, W. Kelley, and Mr. Nleland bellves that far- from getting wet. and ran Into I next door to the Kahr: filling eta
log out of his driveway little Miss Judy Kelley and Patsy mers should Investigate the fuel the right fender of a Wilson & tlon on Road 13 a mile south ol A &
ran behind the car Nichols situation in their communities.The .I Toomer Fertilizer truck driven town. The house has! been renovated A
wishes her a speedy re- war effort and transportation by J. W. Kornegay of Jackson- and the rental price set at Luncheonettei
s Winifred Hazen of Atlanta, Ga., difficulties may mean a vine $42 oO per month. I

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Don't Forget HIS Day Sunday June 21 1 ll

Save S Dad The Embarrassment t of f Gets When Thru Dad Paying "DAD 9 ij'

The Bills

Picking" Up Ducks ..- Of For The The Family Rest r ,""

Chances Are '

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Other Suggestions For Father's Day p AWAKE ALL NIGHT WATCHING YOU, HE ,}




Give Him A Break

CARPENTER'S ''s This A Year Little,

The Rexall Store Of His Money The Store All Soldiers Know t''

On Him !



[ DAD : You Should Be Well Groomed ::

On June'21 -J' lIfi_. -Tor ,



: Here Are Some Items Dad Will Appreciate t LASH'S: RADIOS, INNERSPRING MAT-

Lentheric Shaving Sets Amith Bill Fold TRESSES

Yardley Shaving S e t s. I
Tobacco Pouch or ZIPPOSheaffer

Fountain Pen Cigarette lighter

Parker or Waterman And Many Other Useful THE JOHN II.


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: Moncrlef Harolde I lowing the regular business meet. Mrs. Ralph Cox was formerly' day of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rich ,
Miss Louise Stern among her friends that Dotty Su ei I well Jlmmle I
buys either a ten or a twenty-flv Godwin Carolyn and Edna Crews, I Ing, MI' A. M.- Rlcharde and I/ MHS| Melba SIlcox of Starke. / arde. 1\l'9. H. A. Durden and, 1937, k", '.PI"hty"
Heard In Recital cent stamp each week. The children 1 I-1 i i Lamar Shaw Kay Partney. Loisy I Mrs. H. 1'0Richal'de, hostessesfor i Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and children. Bruce, Frances, and I the IIrhdlll. tlllh,, ,?, I..,.Mil
r j I daughter oi. were amused by playing the: i i Irene Cox, Knlce Bradahaw, Jr., the afternoon, served delicious daughter Marie visited relativesIn ''I i t Betty Jo, a 1 a o of Jacksonville ntter.1 I r" '.. p'......
Lou Stern ?
Miss ne wore radio entertainers and alt o( and Lynwood Watt, all of the| honey cookies and fruit juice. Jacksonville during the past, were afternoon guests. .fur Ih,, 11 c'' .101 '
Mr and Mrs. W. A. appeared .uhJ..t i ,T. lOQ
by playing bingo. State Farm; Ann, Linda and week. ?" '! "'"
recital of the Jacksonville ---- b'und' ''I,. i'jlbl '
in returned
has ir
a Mrs R.
The dining table wan coverei J Randolph: Johns, of Starke; Bruce, J. Kite\! Mi- and :Mrs J. G. Caldwell and T, ', '''''''Ih
'4 College of Munic, In the from Jacksonville where she was Mrs. Lex Green Is back I' ,,, II,
from )
with a "Happy Birthday!" cloth, Frances and Betty Jo Durden of family were dinner guests Sundayof oele k li'M."' 'nj, ,
Tallaferro M e m o r IlL t Building. the guest of Mrs.. J. C. Wallace the Alachuu County Hospital \ ,,,
and the birthday cake was tin e Jacksonville; John Ritch of Mr. Culdwcll's parents Mr. arid July /. '" th'I. '
1 Monday: evening: Mrs Kite was joined there by her : Gainesville much Improved. Con. right uf "I: f:.... ,
The cake leer I Katherine and of Oklawaha.Mre ,
ofMiss center piece. was Gainesville.\ Also Mrs. J. B. Caldwell 'r '"''" r.,j"
r".urv"d r.
dt MUH Stern haH been a pupil from, ? .
husband who has returned Green who
was with
white and decorated wit h of Jack8onoivllle gressman her
and with ;> Bruce Norman of Jacksonville.COMMUNITY >. Reese Bradley thri" ,. oJ) ar"whlrh ,
Agnes Green Bishop hilt vacation In Tennessee. her illness has Road ,\I
rosebuds and nine during returned to
tiny pink pint has her lIOn
Joined young
of t for the past year :
4 7 It Lyman P. PrIor candle Mrs. Biggs served. Individual : CLUBd : I II Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell for a visit with her parents Mr Washington. T..81, A ItF': "I
iihe ban been studying I' 7 l
which ,
t Rfi
In of ice I ;[I had as their guest Thursday, W t '. R
7 thla was the commencement cups cream an The regular meeting of the and Mrs. J. H. Hundley.Mrs. "I liT;,., I. 4,
plane, and l cakes ornamented with a I J. McGehee of Ocala.R. hg 22 F.. 40 5'e II,
concert. Mr. and MI's.Stem cup Community Club was held Tuesday J. H. Rltch. Mrs.. Bruce Trust.. .,Arr r
'i candle and the favors I P. Stubbing" Sr., left Friday NOTI C'I'] "
single pink ; 1
and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. afternoon, June 9, with Mrs. Norman and children Katherine BRADFORD COUNTYFLORiDA I'RtV ; tp.p': ',,
of Gainesville attended were pink suckers and miniature M. E. Griner vice president pre for an extended visit with his and Bruce Jr., all of Jackson June 18th. 1)42 H"A"; pP PLoPJ'),
Johnson of salted son-in-law and daughter Mr. and NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVK.V that By", ,
bugs peanuts. aCuuntq .
tl' the event. siding With regret the resignation ville were dinner guests Mon.I pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter Truate. I. l ThO,
i This Stern Is a graduate of the Enjoying this party wiU! the of Mrs. J. C. Wallace president Mrs. Charles Pulley, in Talla "II
+ I 9 + Bradford County high I school, hostess were: Florence and Mar- was accepted, Mrs. J. G. hassee. ..
.b class of 1941, and In now employed klo Brown Kaspar Duncan Caldwell, acting secretary read a Tom Conners Is visiting relatives I
Ii at secretary to Robert B. Nancy Knight Joan Carpenter communication from the orphanage In Kentucky this week. -

,1'' Wear, director of the USO No. 1. Margaret Monteith, Rebecca at Enterprise asking that Accompanied by Mrs. D. L. Sil- WAR AND BOMBARDMENT
Simpson, Patsy Hall Tommy the club members have as their cox of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. R. INSURAN(
+i 3 "If, Enjoyable Party Hurdee, Harold Lennon, Nancy guest the next two weeks their H. Cox left Friday to visit Lt.
Lightfoot and Carol Canova. little protogee, Willie Jean Smith. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and little
Mark Two Birthdays The consent was unanimous. Fol- daughter_ Cynthia in Louisiana. War Damage Insurance: is now available for dwellings,

,i .t' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maurice FLA. STATE FARM .-- mercantiles, theatres, hotels, farm properties etc. at very
I P were host a Tuesday afternoon, Ily E. !C. kouvlerBKIDGK low rates.

from five to nix' ,, when they entertained CLL'I: BLANDING CENTER, INC.
k k In honor of their son,
Davies third birthday annlver- INFOR.JIAT/Ov/
of Mrs. added to the attractiveness of her
; and also In honor I' ,
ld'W.. rv_. Halle__ _. because of her birthday home Thursday afternoon when
u Mrs W. N. North entertained the Dancing and Entertainment
bert -
anniversary a few days Harold C. Wall
5r 3 Farm Bridge Club. Following AgencyConstant
fore. Until One
Nightly O'clock
." the awarding of prize' to Mrs. P.
r The party was given on the D. Fancher and Mrs.\. M E. Recreation
# Amusement Fun
tall -
shaded by
lawn which wan Griner, the hostess served a delicious service over 50 years
Gl + trees. Davle's birthday cake was salad course Mrs. L. R. Phone 146
i table and was JEROME C. HUGHES
i placed on Bristol was a tea guest on this ,
k t f ornamented with tiny pink flowers occasion.
', and topped with three small
( : candles. Mrt. 'Halle' also had a UlRTIIU.ARTY
large embonsed cake placed on a In honor of the fourth birthday
table decorated with flowers anniversary of her daughter Jane,
I Fiesta china was used In serving Mm. H. M. Rlcharde entertaineda .
Ice cream lemonade and cake, also number of her young friends 1 s

candy In small paper cup. Monday afternoon. .' ..
i l The hostess presented 1 _a lovely: The house was attractively decorated : I
v l'h gift to Mrs. Halle and Mr. ana with bowls of Shasta daisies Send for this Sew-n-Save SpecialMENDING
Mrll'Belle also gave gifts to little and carnations, placed I

lrl! Davie Maurice. throughout the rooms. rw
After several hours of delightful

? ;.{ ti : ; .: Dotty Sue IttgKS Honored playing on, the lawn, the guests 15J-

On Ninth Birthday were where Invited delicious Into refreshments the dining room of KIT 4

+r Dotty Sue Biggs was given a Ice cream and cake were served
delightful! party by her mother, by the hostess assisted by Mrs. R. >
', 'gE Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs on Monday P. Stubbing Jr., and Mrs. L. A. \ with
# i l afternoon from four until five- Wiggins one RINSO or LIFEBUOY

I,, thirty cloak celebrating her Invited to the party were: ,
+ ninth birthday anniversary. Marie Wiggins, Mary Rivers Stub-
wrapper or box-top come In for order blank
Ptsa' Vanes and bowls of pink roses bins, Frances and Peggy Cald- : .
i and dahlia were used as decora- ,J /
'' and dining .
} ; Lions In the living

I, room. Outstanding among the ACME PAINT & +, Swan is bi!
,t,, gifts, were twenty-six defense 4 SWANFLOATING
f 4 stamps, as It Is well knownCLASSIFIED NEON CO. gentle sudsio toil wI

155 Court Street ., I t's swell
SOAP everything,

: FOR SALE-on highway between UiTh1-r-:] -
,'y + Starke and Lawtey, 12 acres w
cleared land for $800. Terms .. NEW
)12 down and. $12 per month.J. oC li a f,' L. Han-ell, Lawtey, Fla. >- 1 1 j
JS';I 6-12 4tp lit rr

; ; FOR SALE: 1933 Chevrolet nV. y 1 RINSOClothes:; :al Io<
; coach. New rings. Two good d f" I .
tires with tubes, size 18. Cheap rww' (I
;?4'1 for cash.--Clifford Allen, one ,-.
a + t mile East Call St., Starke. Itp 11 I ll I -
I --- New added\
!', FOR SALhJ--2 Jersey and Holstein i. -
1 cows (mixed)I. $75 ea., 1942 gredient K
3 1-2 to 4 gal milk dally 2 i r NE\V\ vanishing i i
'' + heifer calves $6 ea.-.L. B. Jor- GLIDDENFLORENAMEI FOR /0? 1 -same i p
}, dan. K. 2. Box 304 Starke. Itp II live lather.F

FOR BALK-1 coca cola electric r OF SOAP WITH EACH MENDING KIT J LIFEBUOY head stops to"8.0 tot|
t drink box; 1 "Fresh'nd alre
A Use.it
electric fnn. Phone 128 or P. true*namel for run-down --.....
y ., 't+ O. Box 783. It floors of wood concxet*

't LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. or linoleum! Perfect for grand AT THE' DEALERS _LISTED HERE

lt ROOMS Adults only.-Mrs.
I q, t? I W. H. Struth W. Madison St., :.>.> SPRY tasting FULL FLAVOR I

I "br Starke. Itp .oC. cakes, pies

FOR RENT-new 4-room cottage, >- fried foods! Insist
celled and screened, one mile UD r rtM.rw
Y -
from city limits. Call 138: or on purer, sil-veg
h see H. K.: Tucker It Aw m etable Spry.
FOR RKNT-Three 2-room fur- C) Spry
ntabed apartments Mrs. Gore .
t tt don Wadswortb. Hampton ItpOOM r ?a SAVES MONEY


ti } Cherry St., Starke. Itp ,

and female -
--24 v o 1 u nteer airplane 4 HR. ENAMEL

? l't spotters day-two to working work two together hours-a Anyon name!can with us*tide famous TOILET Lather let daily Facials active with R. JOHNS SONS

and help keep the Japs and wonderful L &
Germans from bombing your u.ult.1 I W,sh.* .U7 1J X Lux Toilet Soap .
g. Country and killing your friend w..:. tad w ar.l SOAP help bring you
e+ r and destroying their property. new, appealing
H. A. Carltou. chief air raid loveliness. Give
warden Care Bradford County your skin the same
Telegraph. Phone 29. tf gentle, thorough, GUY'S MARKETTIP

WANTED e care that procectsHollywood's
man or woman for o
Times-Union motor route. Can TOILE'/ mil1I0ndoll.r -
,be handled as full / complexion
or parttimeJob. .AMn COfI Ap
Car and cash bond necea- vyllgaeGLIDDEN *. Get 3
sary. See )fr., Reeves at Andrews cakes today
R, Motor Company. Itp 1 TOP SUPER MARKET

HELP WANTKD-Female, white NEW QUICK/ NewquickLIm
permanent. To care for two
children. Good home salary. No helps :preserve
r laundry. Telephone 140.J or elasddty--cuts
writ P. O. Box 28. it I down stocking

WANTED salesmen -men or RAPID- COTI 1l LUX runs ,A. M. DARBY'SGREEN'S

h +, ladles. Easy work large com Va4uTh. : SO THRIFTY
k t missions. Aggressive sales per SO SAFEI!
son can average $40 to $:iO per all.purpos exterior
week. Apply at Bon Art Studios and
,,, ( tt Resist action of varnish wear and I SILVER I WITH FINE Silver WHITE Dust Is the
r r Soap
LOST Red butt-neaxted cow. w.atber. Clear In color."COLOR I the RIGHT Soap GROCERY
Marked crop split on ear, ..a.V.a er.a. CANNON (or a SNOW.
straight split in other
White bushy tall. $3 reward.- DUST FACE aOTH WHITE wash,
w'L L. V. Waters Brooker. 30294tp sparklingdishes.FAIRY .


l Fi milk cows, stock cows beef ,MildaodJ' fresh MIKE MARUCA'S
?j* t cattle stock bulls or hog< s. get I *CAKE. ing. A favorite
i r In touch with J. D. Odom Jr., with all
the {
? Box 247 Starke; Box: 204 Lake Com la today and ask to am.
S City: Telephone 481 Lake City. take horn a copy. Study SOAP BARGAIN ily. Use it regu

r Auction market every Thursday Its beauty and originality July
i on all classes: of live stock at yoor UUur.
at Lake City st, 3:30: P. $f. I
;, 5-8-43] .


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