Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 21, 1941
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Week For Thieves '1 f CoL Poust Warns, Starke Road Department,Must Be Taken Officials Quickly Say Action ii'4 y,

If Project To Proceed "I"

ch's Robbed Men Take Auto, New Barber Of Invasion Of Undesirables Soon"At .), f
Far from being anywhere near the "all set" stage, 'J
Jf $200 Sunday Tools, Batteries Takes French LeaveJack. new highway from Starko to Camp Blanding has bumped ,w.,,
first comparatively few March 115, as announced. 'These I,
och' Drug Store was robbed 'Eddie Boykin and Louie Fin-I .Shivers who was employed cases of venereal disease, at the people are going SOMEWHERE into a solid brick wall.
$200 last Sunday and Ralph ley were arrested near Hazle-; at the Three Friends Barber I Camp were traced directly to if run out of Jacksonville," the Road Department officials hero Wednesday and Thursday If;
!lies, of Clearwater, a 17 year. hurst, Gal;, Tuesday and brought Shop' Starke, but the number Is Increasing speaker stated "and I suggest said, "We're stymied. Something must be .done. at ';
negro boy, and former em- back to Starke Wednesday on' Thursday, Friday and Saturday all the time." This was that Starke begin now making once if work on the road is to continue to go forward.! \ I

ye, has disappeared charges ranging from ,petty larceny'to of last week Is said to have ab- the serious statement made by plane to cope with the situation.If There were even hints that unless,, some solution Is I'-
odges'wae.dellverboy' at thee grand larceny and break- sconded Sunday with $75 to $100 Cot. L. R. Fount?post surgeon ,in you do not have the neoessary reached immediately the bit crew now engaged In clearing \. '
and work ir around the Ing and entering.. worth of barbers' tools, consist- a talk before the Rotary Club ordinances and police regulationsto right-of-way on the Starke-Blanding road might be switched

stain, washing dishes and Tuesday morning Sam': ;Anderson ing of razors, strops, hones, and I at noon Wednesday. keep these people away, you to the new road through Hampton, where citizens agresd '

ng up. He had been laid oft discovered that 'someone had one brator.electric In addition clipper and to ,the one bar.bers' vi. Col. Poust Is la, charge of Stan will be overrun." 100 percent at a meeting Wednesday night to'donate' necessary <
of illness When he veered broken into his place of business' ding's -huga- th. ause toola it Is >
ald he also
he would Into thee -the Temple the, knowaVbereof he speaks. vivid picture of the functioningof of a shock'' to local interests f ,
go garage-- night took along with him the boot. The news a tie-up came as ,
and tit around in the pre- before and stolen several batteries black's suit case, with four new i "We attempt to obtait\\ a case the Blandlng hospital and who thought that troubles were over. when rightof-w ".* '
and talk wIth Dr. tools etc. and history of every new Infection stated that they have been for' east of town. .I 1
ptlon room a quantityof shirts and other clothing; : : was obtained through the large timber tracts
us W.. Koch, proprietor, aboutg gasoline,' amounting to $60 or reported Colonel continued, "and tunate In not having a single mortality But now it seems'that the Road Department unable; it I I
Shivers waa employed last from this information dlacove
\ reinstated in Ala Job., $70. The Saturday night before, to date. "We handled 19cages : for borrow pits ditches and ,4 '.
to make suitable arrangements I"
Thursday to be sent to Camp the source of the di.I a8e' in November 90S In.December '
the noon hour Sunday Dan Thomas, Reno negro, bad limits of Starke. .
Hiring Blanding, but there was such a Cbl. Poust warned. that Starke .and 2.232: In January," the certain right-of-way within the ,
at some of the clerks were taken his car to the same garage rush at the local shop that he, must take step to cope with the Colonel stated. "Influenza la sub- "All in all, there are 43 parcels that.are holding us .

duty and Dr. Koch was veryy for repairs. When he returned was kept here through Satur: situation, houses of prostitution aiding! ,, but we have bad a mild up" the officials stated. ;
Hodges came .in to talk. his license tag waa missing. day. He left word that he would: are closed In Jacksonville ''o n epidemic of measles recently." Notices will be sent out calling a' Joint ''meeting of the ," .

Koch was called to the front Mr. Anderson said that he had go to Camp Blandlng Monday, ---- ---- Board of County Commissioners and the County Board of \): i
j when he returned he found discharged one of his employeeson morning, and ,loaded u p with' Bond Trustees to be held at the'courthouse' Tuesday" morn- j.;
i lock on the cabinet where January 24th and that anotherone I these various) Items) and never Clean-Up ProclamationMayor fag at 10 o.clock 'j",
kept his money'awaiting debit quit. Then last Saturday a returned. It has been learned' The problem is further' complicated by the fact that 1
,broken and$200 missing. third one failed to show for r"t "
up since that time that Shivers has
[ accused Hodges of ta.k.lngtire work.So when' the proprietor I, record. :N. p. Wainwright, Jr., yesterday issued the following legislation will soon be ,introduced, to"abolish, the ,County i
quite a police most'of the members elected
'dek I proclamation: Board of Bond Trustees and "
key, which -was) stoutly came to work Tuesday morningand ,
)l. However when Dr. Koch( found a broken window where' Whereas, the;City of Starke has recently grown in last November have turned in their resignations rather than

I) again called to the front and thieves had evidently entered,I Revels T. Guy population to o.ver'double its former size, and serve the short ''term. But as yet the Board of County 't tk'1,
Lifted, the negro was gone' and the back door open where! Whereas the municipal facilities have not been sufficient Commissioners has not been invested with authority to deal I' '4

[Up to this time neither the they had gone out; several tools to maintain\ the city in the condition.of cleanliness and with road mutters. '
Ice nor the sheriff haa re- in the doorway as if they had' Buried'' \ beauty characteristic of normal times. Therefore, all members of the Board of Bond Trustees -'. '
ed any word as to hla where- become frightened and run away,: WednesdayWas Now therefore', I, as Mayor of Starke do designate the are urged to attend the meeting next Tusday at which some '\ \

ute I and many articles missing, he week of February 2"-, [arch 1 as Clean-up week and hereby solution to the problem will be sought. i, I : ;
naturally ,..spec led .It to be the I Former Pastor enlist and request the cooperation of each and every citizenin '.1.1'

work of his former employees. 1 Of Methodist collecting and removing refuse, waste and other unsightly News Agency Telegraph Adds "r
H. Struth Tuesday, the occupants: of an' Church In StarkeThe material harmful to the civic beauty and healthful ;f
This Area Npw
automobile gave out of gas near conditions of our city, Serves :.11

Hazelhurst, Ga. Sheriff GeorgeN. Rev. James Thomas Guy, -N. D Wainwright, Many residents of Starke have n.L", Carlton, native of De )J '
lied WednesdayFuneral Hester, came along and recognized 72, died early Monday night, following Mayor. r
Louie Finley, who was a brief illness, at his home, wondered. about the hlnyV solo County, recently became '
reared in that community. The In Hampton.A truck that has been seen deliver- associated with the Telegraph ;

ServicesWill sheriff asked ''the boys several native of South Georgia, Mr, Rest Room Plan If Sick and Broke, ing packages of magazines to and is doing his .bit to' help us) ; ,; ,

Be Held questions, .and their evasive 'an- Guy received his education at Gets Council's O. K. Ask For Aid the local dealers In order that keep our reader Inlormed'ot' the

This Afternoon swers aroused such suspicion on Emory University at Oxford, Ga., might serve the thousands rapidly( changing and developing\ : ,
the part of the Sheriff that he The Aid they that .is .Starke and Brad
and his Theological Degree at The desire provide more House-keeping I'ropect scene ,:
William H.' Struth,. ,reepected. arrested them.. ,Having no county Vanderbllt University in Nash adequate public toilet facilities Is one of the worthiest of the of Army men now In this vicinity.The ford County in the year 1941.
zen of Starke and .retired em- jail at Hazlehurnt. he turned them vide "Tenn. He was united in for Starke's Increasing population,'(long list of W. P. A. projects. answer Is that a new Industry Mr Carltorbo"| near: _
ee.of the seaboard,Air,,; Line over, to Sheriff John B.I. Walker, marriage with Ann Rlordair.; De. both.,soldiers aattalvlUana..l.. +oenul When people'are ''sICk 'and finan- has come to Starke--the Wauchula and, later moved"; to' .. .r''
way, died'Wednesday.'"ntgnt'at.l lnd-they:-were Called ,at; McRae.: cember 23. 1902, at Rising Farm, to be growtajfjn the-minds: not I cially unable to employ a helper, Bradford,,Naws Company locatedat Arcadiawhere his fathers >wa*' ,
5 in St., Vincent' Hospital in ,sifted Sheriff A. Andreu 'was"no Ga., and td this union were born only of our* businessmen, but'' they should get. In touch ,Immediately Cherry? and "Madison Sts., *n I for 22' ye l"8' Iii :pnb.Ho'' off lea': <. j
ksonvilla: following .air illness and at 3:15 A. M. Wednesday five children. also of our City Fathers. At the with Mrs.Edward Burnsof ,Well! equipped eductuioaalfy for' '
two weeks. -He was 80 -years I ,, Ben Rowe and Melvin McKInney regular City Council I meeting Mrs. Joe Wilson of Starke, engaged In the business of supplying newspaper work Mr ,,Carlton .. .r
For 25 Mr. served
age. deputies, went after the years Guy Tuesday night W. M. Edwards, members, of' the County Welfare magazines to' dealers In a graduate of Emory and Henry 't I':'
minister the Methodist
[tom in Luterbanck, Germany : culprits. At 2 P. M. Wednesdaythey Church a in the Holston Confer- chairman expressed! the desire of Board So said Mrs. Minnie Lawte .. Blandlnsj, Kingsley Lake, I Collage' i and Vanderbilt University.

September 27, 18 6 0, Mr were back here with the ence In Virginia and Tennessee, seeing a rest room constructed! Johns, Hampton, and Mrs. Mat- Green Cove Uostwick, Palatka, He also took po t.l'1'aduateI
two men., the Courthouse grounds, and tie Griffin Graham, forewomen of I .
uth came to this when on work at Duke University. lie has >I''
country and for 15 years In the Florida Interlacben Hawthorne, Melrose,
To the surprise of the officers to take the matter the project who were visitors In '
promised up been
years of age and was married Conference. He was pastor of the Keystone, Waldo, F1 I lor a h ome, In educational 'literaryand .,
and Mr, Anderson it was discovered with the Board of County Starke Tuesday. '
religious workv,In Virginia West
years ago to Miss Katherine Methodist Church of Starke for Putnam Hall, and Starke. .
en of Starke. For SO years that the men had also three years-1929, 1930, and 1931. missioners at their next Com'I'I Those In need may also see W. Many of the leading magazinesand Virginia, Tennessee, and Florida
was a faithful employe In the taken a 1935 V-8 Ford in whichto Upon retirement, Mr. Guy The CouncU's Idea Is to' M. Edwards, chairman of the newspapers are handled by for the past 20 year. I,{"

omotive department of the make the trip. The stolen moved with hi:? family to Hampton City furnished tha.moneyfor the Board of County Commissioners, this agency, which Is managedby At present hla wife la teaching ., l't1
board and retired I n 1931. .car belonged to Rudolph Heas. In 1937 and remained aa ac- improvement and the County furnish or the member of the Board from Robert M. MllMead formerlyof In Jacksonville, but will com, to \
Iy 'In' their married life Mr. Mr. Rowe said. tive In church work as his health the site. Another rest room, their district. Each board member Columbus Ohio, who ,,baa been Starke to live aa noon .as :Mr.: ., ji
1 Mrs. Sheriff Andreu and Mr. Ander- Is being considered for farther will keep 'in touch with'tho... Carlton .. ,
I business
Struth lived In Waldo, would permit. He waa a frequent connected with the wholesale can make suitable ais
son, had felt all along that the out In the northern end of the his district who in need '
had In are : .
made meets. ;
their home in '' visitor to the Methodist I. for many years.Hampton range h ,i i'I
theft was an Inside Job, since the .
ke for and notify the proper authorities.The
the 25 -
past .yean. Church here, where he was always city.Robert '
thieves) had to know where An- D. Wear Secretary of women of this project are I t
Besides welcomed his
his Struth warmly by
survived widow Mr. derson kept the key to the gas friends. the Army y.f.\ C. A. lent encouragement then taken out to take care of Feels Much Better .<
by four W. G. many
sons, '
and the lay of the land Council ;
lith pump to' the 'City the sick, without cost. !
0 f Jacksonville. Martin Besides his ,widow, Mrs. Ann R. Jfl
generally.. by stating that it Was his pur- .The Board of County Commissioners -
uth of the Naval Air Station Guy, Mr. Guy 9s survived by four

Jacksonville Strutli ,of and Starke Merrill; mix ando Irvin Norman and sons, Henry John;, one Frederick' daughter, Emory, Mlas, pose the to provide Woman's adequate Club facilitiesIn building. glvjng are$20 to per be month commended to this for I Thank You, Since News Of Road 'a:1 i 1;

; Mrs. U M. D e Sha, Died Last Friday I Miriam Guy: four sisters Mrs. J. at an early date worthy bill of cause the women, to defray In going the gas to Just how la Hampton reacting ''I while. others moved over to t1*'* 1. .'

dwood; M I's. J. S.. Johnson, H. McElroy, Mrs. L. A. Thomas, to the good news that It will be new Road'13. cut-off In search of /;
and from their work.
at City; Miss Kate Struth, Irvin Norman, a long time resident Mrs. Theo Maddox, of Atlanta, Some Move On, directly on the new national defense lost trade. No one ever drove i"',

rke; airs W. L. Edwards, of Bradford County, died Ga., and Mrs. A. T. Williams of Others Come BackThere highway from Camp Blan- through "poor old Hampton" anymore I, :.\
ksomrille; Mrs.; W. W. Page, Friday night Feb If, at his Gainesville; t h rl e brothers Roof Blaze ding to Gainesville T unless) deliberately going ,

Lake City:; Mrs F. G. home near Heilbronn Springs. He Homer Guy. pastor of the Methodist are still few beds In the At Brinson HomeFire To say that citizens there are out of the way just "to see what 'f '
"knIght, Jacksonville. was about 68 years of age. Church at Coleman; R. A. City of Starke that are having a enthusiastic In putting It mildly. the old burg looks like BOW.** '
"Mineral services will be held Besides his widow, Mrs. Caro- Guy, pastor at Lee burl', and. chance to cool off, in spite of broke out in the middle of Everyone you meet-businessmen "Why even the tram wont i
afternoon (Friday) at 4:30: lyn Norman he Is survived by Walter Guy of Atlanta. the fact that labor ranks at Camp the afternoon Tuesday at the Wal- and housewives alike-believe atop for you anymore unless "' '1.i
a. In the three daughters Mra Lennie Car- services held Wed- Just about half owned T. will the rebirth ''
:Methodist: Church, ; Funeral were Blending are nut Street residence by that It mean you're dead Postmistress Ada ,
hick he was member, with rol of Heilbronn Mrs. Bertlce nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In of the peak figure of 23,000 A. Brinson. turpentine man who: of the town; a return to Nlmmo plaintively remarked I("
Rev. H A. Spencer and the Douglas) of Miami and Mrs. Ruby the Methodist\ Church at Starke, which was reached at the height now live on Road 13 between the good old days of 10 or 15 some time ago. "They'll stop to '* -
'. B. M. Montgomery official- Waters of Palatka; one son, conducted by the Rev. H. A. of construction. Only around Starke and Baldwin. It is supposed years ago when Hampton was a pick up a corpse," she continued, I' !
Interment will be In Crosby LonzIe Norman of Gum Branch; Spencer, pastor District Super- 12.000 workers are now employedat that a spark from the chim- bustling 1 little city with a bank, "but a live Hamptonlte must go j
*e Cemetery. five' sisters, Mrs. W. C, Clemons intendent Carter Hardin, and the Blandlng, and the Camp la ney set the fire, as It broke out and a hotel, and an tip-to-date to Starke to catch the train, and !tN1)I
and Mra. J. S. Sapp. both of Rev. J. F. Yancy of Waldo. In- 83 percent complete.But on the roof of the building.The business block. those without automobiles can't '. ,

w Building the Heilbronn section, Mra.\ Leigh terment was In Santa Fe Cem rooms In StarKe continueto fire department was earlyon Then came the depression; and get to Starke because there la no .;',1;
f Anderson of Lake Geneva, Mrs.\ etery near Hampton, under the stay filled for the simple rea- the job; but the inhabitants Hampton took It on the chin like bus service." .,Y.\(,
|>r A. H. Greenn Liza Hill of Plant City,' and Mrs. direction of DeWItt C. Jones. son that every: ''t t m. someone of the house were not taking any many another Florida town. But But there Is' a. different apirUT \ii J!
Daisy Hudson of Wildwood; three"brother. Pall bearers were L. A. Davie, leaves someone else-who has I chances. They'''began removing the depression was only the beginning In Hampton today! *; 1: f hi
office building 30 by 30 ., J. S. Norman and Jerry E. K. Ferryman. W. P. Smith W. been staying much farther away clothing and other things from of a long aeries of mlsfortuneo The revived City Council met! "'- *',
eing constructed for A. H. Norman of Lawtey, and Ike Nor B. Sewell, A. T. Williams, and from Blanding (some as far away the building, and continued even In the history of Hamp Wednesday night with State Road",
l en on property just south ofcn's man of Vanderbllt. Billy Powell. as Ocala-make.) a rush to get after It was a certainty that the ton. The powers that be changedthe Department official. to discuss) ;t
| Store on north Walnutet. Funeralcervices; were held at nearer the job as soon as wordof fire would be entirely extinguished. route of Road 13 in order to the project, and the entire town '!;.
et. J. D. 'Mathews la the the graveside In Dyal Cemetery Work StartedOn a vacancy gets around. As a eliminate certain' I dangerous to united as one in obtaining the I i'' '
[ractor and cement' blocks are Sunday morning with the Rev. result,.' rooms) are again at a pre Four Camp handing lieutenants curves that had taken a heavy necessary 60-foot right-of-way for'. $$
|K used for the walls. I Mr. Norris officiating. Peek HomeWork mium. There Is this difference, and their wives, occupy the toll of lives. Hampton wall left the new road through the clty ,', ;
fne building will be divided however. Formerly In order to four apartments In the house. by the wayside, without a beaten Everyone who owns) a dwelling f for
| two office spaces and one' CorrespondentAdded began last week on a keep from sleeping In their automobiles Down stairs live I Lt. Dozier path to Its door. Then came a business house. on the main' .I'Y'i' ),'.
I be occupied by Robert Green two-story Pennsylvania colonial or in the park people Bryan 'and his wife and Lt. and fire, and without an adequate street within the city limits must f'
headquarters for his dry clean-i At HamptonThe home being built for Mrs. S. L. were willing to crowd up two In Mrs. Henry Dorsey who moved in water system the little town was move It back several feel. Century f.'..
I and laundry business. The Peek on a beautiful oak-shaded a bed and five or six; In a room, last Friday. Lt. Rudolph Bon- at the mercy of the flames. The old oak 'trees' must be 'aacirlflcecj. -. {,
r space has not yet been' Telegraph Is pleased to an- lot on north Church Street. O. C. some in garages. Now they are neau and his wife and Lt. and modern Durden building burned. Yet there are no .com. .
led. nounce that Mrs. M. W. Mor- R. Stageburg Is the architect, and getting "choosey" and want to Mrs. Jep Taylor and wife and homes burned and at plaints. What a town i i'
I' row, wife of the principal of Is he Is also handling room alone, or at least occupy a baby live up stairs. All four of last the huge old wooden hotel, "I think; it la Just grand" MleuNlmmo fit I

creation Plan Hampton Junior High School, bed to themselves and room witha the army officer and their families favorite' haunt of railroad men commented this week" ",'
Nlmmo, ;
I now assisting Miss Ada The bottom half of the house "personal friend." moved here from Elba, Ala, for generation., went up in spectacular "And I hope that In a few Years
f. Leo Andrews. State Recre-. postmistress, in reporting the will be of concrete blocks while Tuesday the manager of one of on December 13th. flames that shone down Hampton will be' large, enough {
r al Director for the WPA' i news of that community for the the upper part will be of frame the leading business establishments Not a great deal of damage the railway tracks from Hampton so trains will atop ,for a live por i : '
f nome of his staff was Tin Telegraph every week. construction. The second story in town said that his busl- was done to the house, and it la to Starkn eon just an quick' as' they will ,
fte Wednesday night confer- Mlso\ Nlnunp has been a faith- will overhang (or extend beyond) mesa had fallen off CO percent understood that the Ions was fully It wait a memorable night. for a dead one." r '
f with Mr* Evelyn Stephens, ful c correspondent for many years, the downstairs part la the unique, from the boom peak. Others are covered by Insurance. Shivering In the street and gazing Mrs. U I* Wattenon. wife Of
puuve Secretary of the Cham- but her Increased duties at style used by the early colonists having slmlllar experiences. at the ruins of the old- Hampton's) mayor, said: "W
I Commerce, with reference I Hampton postofflce make it im- In Pennsylvania I Beer Joints Curbed fashioned frame structure,, one think things look mighty good
|he Recreational Center which I possible for news as The upstairs will be devoted to' Bank Holiday bath robed Cassandra m o a ned for the town now. The mayor '
|> be established in the AmerlI time on the notes as she; four large bedrooms, while the I' The City Council went on record "It's the winding up of the town." has talked to all property ownersIn

Legion HaIL >JOR* Steager would like. downstairs will have dining room, The Florida Bank at Starke Tuesday night as being opposed And It almost was. the city and everybody spoke
be the supervisor'' of the I,I'[ In the future, residents leave of living room, kitchen, and powder will not be open for business Saturday to granting license to sell The city government dis favorably of giving' the necessary: 1
P Project which will toe W full Hampton and vicinity may room. The garage will be apart February 22. Washington'/ beer to any cafe or other business banded. There was no police ,right-of-way.'
lion by March first Mra Items 'with Miss Nimmo at the from the house at the rear of Birthday, a Legal 1 Holiday in(bouse In close proximity to the force; no fire protection. A few "Mr. Watterson teeLSyery much '
|hens aald. ),fl'. steager to a.I postofflce. or with Mrs., Morrowat the lot. Florida poatottlce 'or any church. merchants stayed on doggedly (Continued on page

uate of V. M. I, 1 Saxon's store. bury'i'

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"I, FEB 21 1941 I


Telegraph Jehovah he is defeated before he starts regardless B Of Blandrig Humor From The Dixie some magic aspects.touch will Those find It with easy, the to I\grandparents ter Edmondson., Mr.. and Mra V.

The Bradford County of how many soldiers he has, how ; -- --....--- ..... make money, but where one may 1 Mro. J. W. HOrne and

KdtabUxhcd: IH)7 dry his powder or how long, drawn-out the' emerge from it all with money in sons J. W. Jr., and Billie n I
the bank, a thousand are likelyto Hampton and Mrs. s.
They who to battle would do well! FV\
and Entered w 800- war. go
Published Weekly on Fridays end with nothing or less than I Valdosta, Ga.. were
; and Class Matter at the 1'o..t Office at Starke. Fla. to trust the Lord whether their powder is I nothing. | Mrs. Josephine Sullivan lrUetlt

.. wet or dry or whether in truth they have 1 We do not look forward to' afternoon.

/, MB.Mli IZ1LORrAPRfSS any powder at all. I I'"' I boom-time conditions with any I Mlso Patsy Edmondson of i.:
Cak'spent the
I sort of relish. They mean a weeK-cnd hues.
; ASSOCIATIONV. If a }person does nut believe the illus-, feverish sort of haste that makes her parents, Mr. and Mr* We',
\;) trations given in the Bifcile, well neither doi ;business worrisome to the ex Edmondson.

'9ntuxakd ?letiofa Hitler and Stalin. That is the trouble with;! treme. They mean difficulty in chopping Mr. and In Mrs. C. Sullivan h
wholesale deliveries short' Starke
getting Saturday
le.' L MAtllteMB ___........___---- Editor and Owner Hitlerism Nazism Fascism Communism }! age of competent labor in some ,
-- ,---- and the dictatorships T&uw-they have eli lines, high prices, poor workman-:
,SUIISCKirTION" KATK ship, and substitutes. Conditions;
In minated God the Church and the Bible from
Yearly. $1.13; Six Months, $1.00-I'ayabla are as unnatural and distorted as, a/
Rates t on Application their thinking. It doesn't take a fanatic or) 1
AiNonoo. Ail(Iking{ In the opposite phase of the business
a philosopher or a prophet, to see that, if cycle-a depression Over-'
| f
IH1ILE VEKSE there is any all-wise omnipotent ruler of the,, expansion will wreck many a: !

"Ye must be born again" ohn 3:7.: universe he is not going to let a devil-poss- 1 business and establishment' because -
4 there will be a d a y'of I
essed man like Adolph Hitlsr get away with : reckoning.The I ,

THOUGHT FOIL THE WEEK the thing he is attempting. If he could < course for the Individual

serve interests of civilization or the' to follow under such conditions is ,
Grp the pastor of the any
Last Sunday ,
unusual caution. Debt should be
t Kingdom of God, it would b3 conceivable i \
of New York City. I I
I Calvary Baptist Church cont.racteonly\ after the wisest
in a radio sermon delivered at the First that Hitler would win. But since he serves I counsel and 'then under,such con-]. b ,,

Church of Shreveport. La, on the no good purpose at all, this time God him ditions that the Individual may (Rmdi.a time, I ode, I

Baptist truth: self says: "HE SHALL NOT PASS !I" know he may come 'from under I. 1. During a recent survey to6 ).
this profound (
r.bove text uttered without loss of his business or what housewives think about Sou4

"A man no more becomes a Christian It is not only to save the democracies -ttaU A home. It should always be remembered -I Twin Pack Bread, an interview
;,.yes x r ceived this
by going into the Church than he becomes as against the dictatorships that we make! c7wts / R that a depression always interesting infornuuia.

. ii utomobile by going into a_ garage." our fight. It is to save Christianity and ) \ e Beach follows News. a boom. Delray

civilization itself as against materialism'l) I fl III IIIaa
't'r: r Strongest Army agnosticism, infidelity and WILLKIE EMUAKKA8SE8

t't : j/i7 Always Win The War that we prize most in this world and that Ills VAUTY
I In 100 there appeared on the
?l It is more or less difficult to reconciletl which is'to come. American scene a man by the

theNa God is not going to allow Hitler to win who
to Wendell Willkie.
with reference of
i'jff -e two following facts "Two bits Says you can't spit In Gee middle of the lake colonel! name
> is and their death-grapple with Britain. even temporarily in this which bids fair to seems destined to play a large
in the Nation's political life.
Yt In Hitler's recent raving speech broadcastto be the worst war of all time. From Other Pens His role great physical energy, his independence ->

T.m the world, by radio and the press he -II. A. C. of thought and his

Ir said: "Every ship with or withoutconvoy, great following among the rank I
! I IL DUCE IS A FLOP 'months ahead of time. She Is and file of voters are ample Indications -
that comes within range of our torpedo We Pay Homage This Week Mussolini's, boastful dream of considered one of the most powerful that he Is Just begin-

tubes will be torpedoed.-When, however To Another Great AmericanThis another glorious Roman empire fighting ships in the world. ning his public career.

others are looking for a fight and aim at week is memorable for containingthe proved to be a bubble Inflated of Let us hope that no misguided Unlike Governor Landon, whose
American government will scrap 2. Interviewer t How do do,
presidential campaign was the you )
N extirpating the German nation then theyare birth date of George Washington states- a petty braggart greedy for any of the building battleships beginning and end for him as a dam.'I'm collecting opinions on So

in for a terrific surprise" business and power, and unscrupulous as to regardless of how permanent national figure of prominence era Twin Pack Bread. Do you 4
man, soldier gentleman
man to be when it wrapping half a loaf of while hand
of Its attainment. peace may appear
later the carried the manner WlUkle has in stature since
A few grown
days newspapers half loaf of wheat bread
first President of the United bornon arrives. Live Oak Democrat. u
States There la nothing In the Italian -
London had his defeat. He has become a national Southern Twin Pack
stories to the effect that wrappti i
.February 22, 1732 at Bridges Creek catastrophe to-: Inspire the pen of figure second only to that good idea?
and nights out A COMING MAN
raid-free another
had fourteen days another Gibbon. Just: of the President.
few Westmoreland County Virginia the son ofa lumpty Dumpty Jingle; would Governor Holland and bin legis- e
of the past eighteen, and that only a What fate has In store for c. f fg
the situation. The Italian lature will have quite a numberof
bombs had fallen anywhere in England, and prosperous planter. He was a man of cover people are the victims rather hard legislative nuts to crack Wlllkle, the course 0 f future.

even these had inflicted but little damage. destiny. Because of the innumerable griev- .than the culprits, and they will .. this spring most of which have events must show. At the present ill
!) writing, it must be admitted
There seems to ba something else "rotten be> paying the penalty when the to do with financing the state
ances which the American colonies held that he has become one of
operating and its
I I tame of Muaaollnl is an accursed machinery pro-
in Denmark. the influential and
Nation's most
against the mother country the war of In- : memory.-Apalachlcola Times. gram of constructive works. The
;fir Well there is. And that is the explana- I governor, 11 k e all wide-awake popular figures-a dynamo of energy
dependence inevitable. Washington not equalled in the Republican
was George
' I WHERE S1LKNCK IS GOLDEN Americans realize that the most
tion. It is just the "calm before the ;$ Party, since Theodore Roose
"Miss Alice ain't home" said pressing matter facing this nation -
was appointed to the chief com-
much about. Or the ,
have heard velt.
f that we so the colored maid to a caller." i Is the impingement of foreign ..
1 calm before the would-be storm 1 Maybe mand. John Adams had suggested a strong She's done gone down to declass affairs on our national exIstence He has given the narrow, restricted $. Housewife: Marvelous! AnJw

there won't be any storm after all. Maybe leader was needed to unite the South with ." and our manner of living. thinking; of the ,Republican just why I buy it. You sec, t!*dtcj
"What class?" asked the caller. His few public pronouncements leaders, who have not had suggested I eat wheat bread and uj
w it will be just a terrific "blow" instead of New England. That leader could I I. husband didn't like it, 1 IN
scarcelybe "Miss Alice pine to be mar- and official acts show the trendof a new Idea in thirty years, a rude my

''t a real storm. We don't mean to minimize any other than Washington a man from ried, you know, 'an' she's takln1 his thoughts very clearly. This jolt and they do not like that. Asa had kind,to and buy some, twos of'loaves-one it always foiwj olJ
Hitler's intentions at all, or his courage-or lessons In domestic alienee."-Ex- brief revelation of his mind Indicates result of their opposition, he But with Southern Twin Pack 24
foolhardiness. That has been done too often the South who by experience and by the: change. that the petty grafter, the may be unable to rejuvenate the Bread none of it ever docs. 1
i native dignity and superb balance of his peanut statesman, and the small old party. In some ways he, wish someone thought of the tin
already to the chagrin and regret of his IT'S LITTLE THINGS THAT bore citizens are not going to be stands above party lines and It' selling bread like this lung bcfon
character, was' eminently fitted for the dif ,
enemies. But we do mean to state that "the COUNTIt met "afar off" by the present would not be surprising: to see

heat laid schemes of mice and men gang aft ficult task which lay before him. Is always the little things state executive. All signs pointto him a member of the Roosevelt,

At the close of the Revolution whichwas that: give a town a good or bad the other course entirely. administration before man y,
aglee. He is getting ready for a different reputation. For Instance we sawa There will not even be any "Wel! months. He ,1s a likely candidate;
kind lIe is his tactics finally won when the French interposedand come" the for president in 1944 independent
of "blitzkreig. changing tourist stop a citizen the other on executive doormatat as an _..A.-.
his methods of attack. Cornwallis surrendered Washington morning and ask for some direc- Tallahassee to the seeker after or a candidate of one,
was almost a broken man. The campaign tion sign. The' local fellow was contracts with an unholy per- of the major parties, not exclud:
The fact is that it is by no mean clearin on a busy errand but he asked centage of profits and scant bene- ing the possibility of his return i --1
Y sapped his strength and he for rest ,
in his own mind just what his next move longed the 'visitor to follow him around fit to the State. The operation to the Democratic fold.DelrayBeach ,
and peace and quiet. But he was prevailed : a block and he would show him,1 of Florida business will be taken News. I 4.And housewives there are iiof
will be. When Hitler finds that he is in- '
upon to become the first President of the just how to find his way. It I care of, but the foresighted gov- other women who have com
ferior in one way or no longer far superior agree with her.' Why dixi'l .F.
required a few extra minutes but: ernor Is going to do all in his VANDERBILT
United States April 30 1789. The American Dm!
Southern Twin Pack 2-in-l I
; to his enemy: he changes his method of pro- It paid dividends. The tourist I power to make the State support By Miss Velma Norman day? You'll like the idea of two W
Constitution was the result of his ex has returned to Lake Wales and the Nation more and the Nation I
cedure. Although Britain is still slightly in- :. )f bread for the price of oot-j
ertions. declares it one of the most hospitable support the State less. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand
you'll also like the money you'll j
ferior in in actual numbers to Germany I
planes towns' be has visited and This is the right course, the children of Brooker were Ask grocer for Southern I Irea
yet in efficiency, because of havingso Washington was respected as a man of In conversing with him he par- patriotic course the broadmlnded guests of Mrs. Edwards' parents: Jour name !

many modern American-made planes, she high ideals unshakable will indomitable tlcularly mentioned the courtesy course and the one we moat Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Norman Sun i today,
and tireless patience. He which "some citizen showed him." heartily endorse. There day. .
courage are
practically on a par with her. Hence was higher I
-Lake Wales News. spheres of labor for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns
Spessard Holland
severe but faithful and just. He had "com- -
Hitler must find some other If he is of
means in this nation than that of Jacksonville were guests of!
going to win the war. lIe is likely at this monsense lifted to the level of genius He A SMILE Governor. Lake Wales Highlander Mrs. Johns' parents Mr, and. w'ap

, time getting his forces ready for an attemptat had many enemies like all other men of] A smile costs nothing, but Mrs. Ellery Sapp, over the week-!
gives much. It enriches those :
invasion of the British Isles in the great force. .end.II. I i
early who receive, without making now WK WOULD BK ATTACKED L. Norman of Vanderbilt' ,
pring. But Germany now claims she As "time marches on" and times changeit poorer, those who give. It takes made a business trip to Gaines w

doesn't have to invade England in order to might be well to call attention to the fact but a moment, but the memory of The standard of living In the .ville last Friday.

win the war! It is well that she can console that Washington consistently refused to accept it sometlmos lasts forever. None United States depends upon ade- Francis Bloodsworth of Rai-'
la so rich or mighty that he can ford
quate foreign markets for our was visiting Mr. and Mrs. NOW: 2 Twin Pack Loam|
herself in that way. a "third term" in the presidency. get along without It, and none is farm products and our manu- H. L. Norman and family last' 'WHITE-Tw I
What of the final outcome of the War? Again Washington laid the foundations for so poor but that he can be made factured goods.Realization I Friday morning. I loaves white bread J"1"wnprwd ."
rich it. 1 1wnppw. PdL
by A smile creates hap- A Jrulda TWIN
large number of
the Monroe Doctrine of this fact : folks from
That responsibility seems to be left in the by resolutely refusingto piness In the home, fosters good Indi- this section attended funeral .
cates the methods which services -; 2. "TWIN, -ta-l! -Uinwhit
wouldbe PACK *
lap of the gods! Someone has said, as one take part in the European war. At this will In business, and Is the adopted by the Axis for Irvin Norman at Dyal; bread bill loaf..hue iortI'
critical period in the of the British countersign of friends hip. It powersIn Cemetery Both hate imJiUluillr| :r'h"
of history Sunday morning. .'. t.
means winning a war "Trust the Lord an offensive against the United I aad rewrapped in TwIWfsppur.
Empire when there exists brings rent to the weary, cheerto States. Not 1 Milton and Euston Norman, .
such would
and keep your powder dry. Not bad advice. friendly the discouraged, sunshine to only Europeand
were guests of their Twin Pack .it txtlminBrt
Asia be uncle W. : in
closed to
Another has said, "The Lord is always on relations between the two nations we some- the sad, and It U nature's anti- but through economic our penetra-trade B. Bloodsworth of Raiford Sun-. rout.d fivoftt f..nir..Twin Ask r your. ck lad I tooter roia
the side of the times wonder whether England is our dote for trouble. Yet It cannotbe '
strongest army. Of course tion of South America, the mar- day.The I
this statement is not true. History both "mother country" or "sister nation"; or stolen bought, for It begged Is something, borrowed that or is kets In that continent would also Vanderbilt school closes its
1940-41 term
sacred' and profane, is a direct contradictionto whether on the other hand we are her "big of no value to anyone until it is be Once barred this to occurred American, the commerce. A large number next Friday.of folks from I i

any such statement.We sister" or "guardian." Long since but for given away. Some people are too States would be unable to United here attended the show at Brad i
recall the vivid picture of the almost her child once lost in a war of independence tired them one to give of you ,a smile. Give Industrial or agricultural pro- ford High Monday night put on! r' 'r0.eut
yours as none needsa
unparalleled heroism of Alvin C. York she would have been crushed under Hitler's smile so much as he who has this. Surpluses would pile up!.by tainers.the Grand Old Opry enter-I 'n

from ,the back woods of Tennessee then a heel. no more to give.-Exchange. other depression country, of producing plenty. Un-an- I II ar < I

corporal in the A. E. F., during the World When we, see Mount Vernon Washing- FIRST BATTLESHIP IN 20 employment would result with I THERESSA

War In the Meuse-Argonne battle this ton's old home; Washington D. C., the cap YEARS workers on the farms and in the By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan

courageous soul practically unassisted captured ital of our great nation; Washington state: The first battleship to be built factories losing Incomes. Mrs. J. E. Owsley of Perrine
for the United Such an economic
132 Germans, three of whom were officers the Washington monument and the various twenty years will States Join Navy the fleet In would produce tremedous offensive social is visiting her sister, Miss Ida fri

and killed 25 Germans in addition to counties towns hotels and the like namedin In April when the North Carolina unrest In the United States resulting Hagan.Mr. and Mrs.

those captured. lIe also captured at the honor of Washington, we say "behold first of six sister ships of in strikes, increased radlcaliarn children Charles Cecil and Moore and 1

same time 35 machine guns. This success what he hath wrought!" And we agree that 3 .OOO is tons interesting will be commissioned.It to recall that. In the and stability a general of the breakdown social visited Mr. Moore's parents Larrie Mr. '

had .a far-reaching effect in relieving the indeed he was "first in war first in peace when the Udited States decided order. This, in turn would affect and Mrs.Mrs. D. W. Moore Sunday.

J'l'fsure! ::: against the A. E., F. in the Argonne and first in the hearts of his countrymen." to disarm and negotiated a naval the Government and aerl and Mrs.Cora IL Sullivan of Waldo
limitation treaty the North ously impair our defensive B. Raulerson of ** EXTRA Ii'
Carolina post
Forest. Witness Gideon with his 300 Gainesville
men Washington died at Mount Vernon Vir- a : were recent visitors

putting to flight and almost annihilatingthe ginia in December 1799 having "fought a under construction huger dreadnaught, was among then tlon.An Axis war against the Uclted to Theressa. ADDED

Midianitea who lay along the valley good fight In recent years it has become the first ships to be scrapped. States, after such an economic spent Mr. the and week-end Mrs. R. C.with Dampier VALUE

like grasshoppers) : for multitude! See Joshua quite the fashion for biographers and someumodern" great In 1920 fleet the of United States hada debacle had wrecked the morale ., Dampler's parents at, High Mr. YOU GIT MORE FOOD EI
battleships bat- of our people, would be
and his of Israelites of de a pushover. Springs.
army teachers to attempt to de-glam- tlecrulsers and auxiliary vessles .-Suwannee Democrat.A .
fenseless men and helpless women and children orize and tear down the historical figureswe under construction aa a result of Harvtne Mrs. Watterson Mary Watteraon. Miss I1

cross the Red Sea whose waters the have been taught to honor and respect. and the, program initiated Just before BOOM AHEAD Bryan and Miss Ada, Miss Nimmo Ophelia of 11

Lord had divided for them but which These'petty attempts during the World War. Mostof If the present trend of affairs Hampton visited Mrs.
however can do littleto them were Junked when the In business! ) and Josephine Now ENRICHED WltllllVITAMIN
Pharoah and his ,war lords attempting to world government continues Sullivan Sunday afternoon.
minimize the figure that was Washing- thought It had a permanent Florida will experience
k, do were downed in the sea. ton. He was too great a man. peace. boom conditions In the next yearor ,I CCC Hugh Camp Sullivan again. la home from

Whenever a man fights against i The new battleship North Carolina two, not like those of the Earl Edmondson of Live
-II. A. C. Oak
is being completed about five 'rralllt
twenties but still like them In spent the week-end with hi* THE EMMY

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FEB21 1941

DAV FEBRUARY_21. 1041 ... ., l.fUIN.... ..
1p4jP' "
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FAIR TWRKltCircuit ;

ichool News : I guests of Mr. Brown's mother track crosses the township and I I 'Hi
Court In and for said SOth tar nf Fehrur7'.154i.
I American Arms Mrs. Arle Brown and Mrs. Inca section line between Soot Ion 8ft, I. county, either personally or by attornov | WITNESS: the hand of A.:1.: I
for British Civilians Kelly. Township 7 Houth. Itanir St Kant. on or before the rule da* Thomas Clark o* the Circuit Court .it,/i:
-i-; ; JOUBNAt.; SX.IFF and Hectlon I. Township' H South) in March, the same being the Jrd Eighth Judicial: Circuit fur Brad-, S. Air. and Mrs. W. C. Ward attended KaiiRe' Si Rant: said point of In.ter..llon day of said mouth, A. 1>. 1(41, or ford County Florida, and the seal "';'$-'/
Jack Halle being In the center. of to have a default' entered against of said Court. NbOF..ICIAL
tr.ln-Chlef( Churcb Services at Oak a rend; and cunning thence ,
you for failure to
North1 BO .
Green I appear. SEAL A. 3. Thomas. P'
Betty as deicreea Kant with 'I
1ety| Bauer L Grove Church Sunday morning. said township It In further ordered that this
Opal Pee e Miss 'Dobbs'of and section line, thirty ((10) .', notice he published In the nr dfoid K. PePPJ'man. S' 4J'K. VHollcltor
'S Sports Myrtle the State feet. more .,r -leeH to point County Tel lfrnph. a newspaper
Davis for Complainant. ';'.
'S' Snorts Buddy Farm spent Monday afternoon which In twenty-five (1&) feetm..iured of general circulation publiehed 1-J1 4t S-lt f' :\VIN
Sadie Prince ( at.. right angle l ) In saul i County. of Xradford; .
N points with her sister-lnlaw Mrs. Alton voutheaHt. of the renter. line of once each week for four conseou-I ; I; ;'
.M peep Grace Green Dobbs. Hid South or right leg of wve"' live week TillS cine i)IT coirniv RIMHTHJllltlOAL ,,
op Mack Futch i truck aa located and constructed. ; f>one ibis 29th day of January : CIKrMT OK. KI.OW.II .
d Scout ; I Donald Kelly and William thence North IS degrees. SB' Kaet: A. n. 1141. >... in ANt FOR HiLADS'OStS ,

s News Melba Moody' Crosby spent Sunday afternoon parallel wltb and twenty-five (O..ICIAI.'EAL) A. J. Thomas. CO II NTTIN .J'
Lillian Darfle3graphI (28) feet ( measured at a rlicht Clerk Circuit. Court. ciiAnrcKitr; ;
Club, tn Jacksonville angle) southeast of renter line John J. Henderson. 10'"<1.. Marvin n. I)UI, .
-H Iris Crews *! Mr. and Mra. Alton Dobbs and of mild. south or right 1 leg of wve Solicitor for IMMlnttff. 1-J1 It '-UI Plaintiff ,
track ..
Marie D. and (mexeured at.. right ,
mnae __ Mrs. Inca Kelly and son Donald angle), twenty (30) r..t.. more or Marl .. Dill ':
Ferro Jones I relatives lean, to the dividing line between i\: T II Ie rmri'rr roinvr von I..nl1.nt. .,'
Louis Jordan were visiting In Palatka the land of said Oeltrer heirs' nttAorouii. CODNTW: VLOKIUA. OUUJoJH Oil' $JRV2CENO'I'SCIC : ,\
IX <
el _ -c- recently. [und lands of said John PKIIIlpa IIANCKHY. TO APFKAJt '. ;
Edgar Wilkinson heirs; thane North J. T. Qtilicley and I* A. Davis. The State of 1\ I
A. -- We 1 degrees ; 1\\
eporteray 4_ are glad to welcome Mr. Went with said dividing line, one Complulntants.v To Marl B. Cnknowna 'i' 1
RpeclaJ and Mrs. Jimmie Mathis and hundred ten (110) feet, mar or .',l ,
Townsend Jeanette Parker i family who have lean, to a point which twentv- Jam. IMrkles.Defendants; et 1DILL It I. hereby ordered thai you } '\;
-k : moved here from five (35 feet northwestwardly are required to appear on the Sr militorial : Georgia. Mr. Mathts Is now employed ( measured at a right angle) from FOH OUIKTINCI HKMOVINO: CLOUDS. day of March. A. D. 1541 before ,f.
the center line of said both or NOT1CH TITI.H the above entitled court, to the I 1...
at Camp Blandlng. right lea of wy. track said line Jamea 1M HBRKHY, lIVEN TO: bill of complaint filed aKalnat you '
Ernest Hill, Vernon Shoupe. crowning the renter line of said lather lleklen D. Fuller' Mary J Mitchell In the above .ntltle cvuee; and l''
ard Bmma
IT SEEMS track aa located and "Uradfcrd County ''
Arsula Crosby and Doris fuller. Mary I). Hlxlnaand, Louta :Iefrp'w: i'J ,
Dyal attended
elation 14
designated -
of you Juniors and plun 14)) thenceouth I. FlemIng a .
Henry Thnm.
oW many $ 1$ dvorreee Caro In which thl order shall be '
the Sf Wept
"Jubilee Hill Billies"at parallel line It. O. Tlmmnns paper (.
decided'ott'thcprolon J. N. Moore.
iOrl have with and twenty-five (S5) Moore published once a we.kror four I :
Hellbronn Mary N. Jacob Johns,
School Mary'V. '
of work you will Monday feet distant northwoetwardly comsecutivs wk .1
A. Johns,
or class lilpa Johns lirown and
( night. (measured at a right angle) from Mlllard Witness my hand and th* seal
BiBto when you finish your high the center. line of said South or Mary C. Brown, Alice 1* Johns of this court at Stark' Florida "
tlrnwn. Mary C. A.
ool education at B. H. S. f PROTECTED right hmrdnxi leg, of wye track one Hebron Drown and N. T>. lirown ttexertoaD thl 1MI. .STth day at January, A. 1.. '.' '
fifty (160) feet I'
to each of the
the time to de- lass, tn said line between. tI..oonF.Ii. above (OH'KICIAT. BBAI) A..1. Thomas, ,
la iinrnnd : ,
Veil. noW Sergeant (after war game) ._ Township 7 South Han h..llvldlll\.l..l If alive and If Clark of the Circuit Court. I
: i4tj L : KM d., their I '
ud. to unknown
heirs dovimen
and take the chance to gIt "Private, didn't realize 12 and t'e'tion S, Townahlo -:''O. A. Stephens. ,
e you legate
or of
Ure yourself for the days to "- ---,.....---____Jvasion. were exposing yourself to an you I- along H Houth.ald Range liknt, :32 Ra: "t| thence. each and every. nf the above irranteea named Plaintiff Attorney 1-:S1 4t '.U .
-English mentioned line '
oW. Not many of us want to LONDON workers un. Arms are distributed In maginary enemy only: 2SO: yards North 88 dvicrenit Kant thirty (SO) pnisorml hiivlnir defendants.' or claiming and' to any nil per.Molts In- iw, TillS rinviiiT' ColliEr OF. TillS .

on our parents arms and ammunition England by the Civilian Committee ?". feet more or lass. tn point of beginning tei. Ht In the : described ICII1IITII. JllllirlAI.. flHClrtT) 1"
Imposing away following .. I
p contributed paid AMI! f K Ht AI.ITOIIIt
by ; parcel o( land con- COUNTY
Americans for the 1..nds lying untl l >lnK in llradford
tr we have finished school. If through the American Committee Dofanss of British Homes. Private-"That'a all right. Sergeant hOning 008( ac., more or I...... County, Klorlda, > .
a carkind for Birmingham, of which Wlckhara Th aald two parcel of land d"Merl..1. TO DBFKNOANT .
are well qualified f., Deleme of British Homes. I was standing behind a* follow, to- Thikman
i 10 Steed. an together McKenna.
former editor of the London containing 091) no., more wit: I .fi. .. I Ir
of work when you f in- Warren Street. New York Imaginary rock 23: feet or icsa.which I ..! lv __*,
City Time high. ---- H
i |I. chairman.
Tbe American in the Town ; r '
you won't have this to do. which U collecting firearms, binocu Committee has shipped 168 -- I saId application will bal I nliiK ItO I toJu.. I th\rr the liaglut-intersection Mary McKenna.- '
l lars and steel cases IN: TUB "OI'NTY' : e.HOi1" upon the petition now .. .I
have a perfect right helmets for the use but officials jnxiK-M: roi'itr. on f (th Street. and $tate liefendant.
need for file I In said Court.
parents say material IIUAIIKOKI '
of Prlti.h, 401 't'IY. Illithwuy No. nnit
civilian VLOIIIII1 13 run Kitat1UU IN TIIM
.el that after they have fed. In- for civilian: defense Is still great. In rv: KH'l'ATK: OF' EAKL ieianey P"'k h..II. feet to land uf Mre. Catherine tF h1'LAitlLA. OHKBTINOS: !
IAMAH uniClKR. "RI.SIM .- ,.It St ..It tlimrdlanIV ,tavis. UISHCM "' ''uth'1I30 feet to '1
and watched over us forjut : Mary AfeKenna. whose 'r.*t-
hed, UK1.U5 ( lt.lOI'It Illntk "l:" of N. J. Jones'. Ad d"J.,* I is unknown. ,
I IT or 18 yeara that we are HAMPTONBy and n. K. a E I U B. K, TitS (" ""I"T" 'o"H'r OP. dition I to the Town of Htark. You are hereby notified to ap !4 .
take care of ourselves BKOOKEK Minor. .. ..Oll.I.4. KMitiril Jl, ....'.At. thence Went about 1(10( fret to pear tn the bill of complaint filed ) ,
to Mrs. M. W. Morrow and J\O'I'U'M OP AP".I(' 'T'OIll! TO CIIK-I'IT. IV AMI KOII llttAlt.fOIIII state lllKhway Nt>. IS Ib",,. Kilnt you In said .caun on or
i then on. Mist Ada Ntmrno fly AI",. L. U Parker XlCbl, MIMOUH' .."!% !>. "- >llMTV. I'M: til%\'<'ICHY.WILI.IR North nlonir "Id JlIthw..y t*> the l', first Monday In Marcli.
Notice la hereby given to all point of beginning In HPJ'i. of the u'b.:: : the Srd day of jialdmonth. ; ,
Then you are through with The Ladles whom It may concern, that I, I>.- MAK IIA/.FN N\V'4' l4.'('. *8. Two.. a M. Jt. IS A. l>. 1541 by entering
Sewing Club held )liini>, Joined bv KRKI : '
Junior High School "v nicklnon. an. Hrnardlnn or Vast: nnd nlso 1
your In
school and college too it appearance the offlo of :
her husband t.
j Its KARL and next
regular neml-monthly (1 RIo lR. IOUHII'3 lli'Kln Corner thus Clerk of the '
Ends 1040-41 Term meeting )ItKM.R: LjlltNh : ; friend, ut Southwest of droult Court In 0 I
happen to go wouldn't you I February 11 In the home Ic and H. Ii'. sIlt ami Hint* highway and for llradford County, Florida, "
i The 1040-41 term of the of Mrs. HOHllCH, Minor. hvlrn of P. M. Plaintiff No. 13. run Norl h-w".1 on or before until
send folks back home I Hampton aliung14uuuth date: otherwise j!
to (> ""
your B. : .igsr' ileremDd. PORKCt/MUlin: "
F. Hazen with the president. will on tha :34th Hid. .* of 81 II Street 41! i feet tn suffer defanle herein. .
; R. J t
(ice little sum of money now High School will come Mrs. Hazen presiding. the clay of MArrh A. I>. 1941 apply tn KATIK tEN /.r 1r.w andthe. ', to Irftkn ""'Htrent thencv. run Moutnait ,, IT IH KlIHTIIKIt OIIDRRED: ,. 1.t', I
then You can do this by to a close Friday. February 21, ford County Ju with the Upon the resignation or Mrs. t'ountv Florida, at I th. CourthoiiHB Hlrvrt VJO feet th,,",,'* I0a.t au itach week for four nnnnecutlv, Jot
fling ,your future while you awarding of certificatesto In Btarka, tor authority tn test to "Stale' (IlKliwnv No. Iii. week' In til' Hradford County
a chance. Don't wait.t eight graduates: Dorothy Wat- L. L. Parker Mrs. Earl Green Nell tel-nut Ht private "..I" Ilio <>ntlr In !MthTKK'MTICM OrS lhntnci North III""IfV."t p1,1.itt Telegraph' a newspaper itt; gen. I"
e and
was elected nutate of mi, 1.1 minor. mild HluhWHV !IRS fn t tn oral rlrculatlun' In auld ,County of
secretary.Mrs. ..
tenon Hazel Packham EliiubethDurllng In and to tho following, \
right now. dfoi-rlhixl NOTICE IS ,point of I..trlllllill"I In 8lf!! of llradford. 'q
-Jack Halle. Gladys Hershey W A. T. W, Markey snd Mrs. to-wlt land" In llradtord, County, Florida. all whom It llhlUICUV mVKN., that lo NWVi And tW'4' of NW'4 nf Hco-l' 'I WITNMHM. my hand and official,
may concern "
lion !), Twp. 0 8. II. S3: Kant. I said shim :SSrd day of January A '
Saxon John Hall Ernest Trlest, W. H. Hinton. received birthday ThoHw two (2)i>rtuln *trli>H. I decree under and bv virtue of a certain That milt liaii lifcn tile,) In the I>. 1941. i r _" 'i

and Emory Brown.Baccalaureate presents. ptcran, or ./Orc..l./ "of Innd. one fyIIIK -'I of the entered Eighth In Judlclnl the Circuit Court '" Circuit I Court of Night I h JiullolnlC'ltcult. (FKICIAr, HIOAL' ) A, J. iThoma. 'h'
I Circuit of
[ News and livingon allhur. aid. of for Hriulforil. County" Klor Cli.rk of Circuit Court. ,'..
mary services After a social hour of sewing the osoter line of the north or !I l-'lorMa. I In, and fnr, llrsdford Ida.. wLqui'sin J. T. "hrt..y and I.,. John J.., tlnderenn lJnn. ,

-liuraday afternoon was quite held Sunday night with the were sermon delicious refreshments were serv- .-....-.ft.."n..I1....-l lew,.....of.... n.u..v........ track.. ...'v... _..forming._...._. 'or.__._,_,,.a.,, '. Countv.41 h Florida;day; tit, tn February(Chancery: A., onthe I n1'MI tioove\.. Da vim nHiiM'ii ecu. IIKIIVKimiiii,>>oiii. |lainkiita, [ or and p.*rntineiti'n tI''l' ollcltor fur plaintiff'-- -- 1.3I't 1-11 I"t. I'

event l la our school program. being delivered by the Rev.E. ed by the hostesses. Mrs. Hazen of Ida the Hallway""orA'l.IIoulh'rll Company\ and and wherein! In a WH.I.IH cause therein MAId' //IA/.ICN.pending xulil, uaioi'il .an feitituntN, : and that I TIIM. riHCI'IT' ,i'ntn'r KH1IITII }' ..

R. Mrs. J. K. Douglas; and Mrs. track) a Flor-1 lolned, by KHKI II I1AZK.M.: as her I milt wan Inxlltiitod In quletlll I. JMIIftlfl'l A .. l-IIICIir OP. KI.OIIIDA. '
hlrtcen azaleas were set out Bowers chose for his extending to Camp: .. I h.. title, remove "I,,",,* from the I *
text the class Lloyd Barry. of I the United t41 RI pig ( ., .. .. I hnsliitrid. and next friend .Is I'lnln. I 1111... mid fur other rMlcf an to I he ), IM Al VOlt< Mil \ Droll I) 'oj'' ,
there around little motto: tiff ind ',
and our "Tonightwe In Hradford County, 1'lorlda, and i M. .r llssen and' wir, lit nIi hereinbefore iloerrlbed. O'l"'Y.'N CII.IMCIIIV.: . launch; where shall we an- L. A. Brown is able to be up th.w't;' )lying and belnir 1 on KATin M. rIAKKN: and. the. o..n.,1 l by comiilulnantnj.. : and and toiriiiiffl It. K. Olorn. }
;r" .
and out eld of the : I I'NITKn: HTATKH OP AMUHVA" IsDifMndunr 1'lahUtr. j> <
chor ?" again after being at renter line of mid annul 1 the rlalitiH. of all I .
tha .south ) }, JOSKl'lf I ii. HICK), as .. I -.. No. 113}
dogwood tree was planted home or right li-it of unlit .p rnonN or c.n'portioit.' Inlerevtvdor
the ; :
past week Special Afaster In Rmma V. Odom,
the wilt
t tiiiik Chnncerv ;
tiald I'
wye ; of lain (
The panels ) clnlniliiK nn Inierimt In said. l
In and nastur- Commencement addresswas 11 |)efend,, *
dwarf to the rif.
corner, flu. being more particularly described MI: highest Mdder for riinh liirulH atfalimt "mpl.I..nt'. title I ,
delivered ait follows In front. of I the Knef door of I het ) I OHKKH OK NI HVIM '
19 seeds planted around It. Tuesday night by : iiin1 to enjoin lbs ammrllon. of
L. F. Mru. I. W. Plnhofcter was Tarcnl. 1 : Hltimto partially, ) In theratIea.I (mirr llousa. In the City of Ktarke, "','h "'Iai..,,.. or Intermit In the luntl any NU"'I"0\ AI'MKAIt t1'
Bi: the west aide of' our builil- Chapman superintendentof visiting relatives in $ Quarter or t th" Mouth- Kt'rrliln.) on Monilay. :flrd dnvof herein abuse ,iaust'ribitd.ttitl TIIM HTATia OK". rLOIllDA! ;
[ 15 pines were set out. the State Prison Farm on the Morrlston west tJunrtBr. (HKI<1 iif SWy ) and 4 Vliuch, A. It. 1 1 ii..I.lh.I ditrlnic. i I the nnd ench of; To: p'imma K. (,1 bloc,, Addresa In. bi-
Sunday. 1 leirnl I you you and known.
partially In tha Hnulhwest hours of siil, I the roll..whllr I 4 If.
riia money was made through subject of "Bridges." Mrs. J. l'}. of the Hoiilhi'iiHt' ) QuartertMWS4 QIiltr.ter .described property s I t linte. In i nil i of you. Mini nil portion h..reInbwfore It I. hereby ordered. that, YOOAr I *
Clemons spent a 1I..d .au, l retrarah t .. ..
(>. re'iulreil to .
jchases of tho children from As a gift to the school the departing few days last week with datives of "SR'of 1 )H..,.lion Its. In Prndford (County "'In"'rlil.wIt) : | unit.) all panics In interest are or* dny of March appear A. I>. 1041 n the bvfoto Ird f I L! J,
Township 7 ..
Houth lUnno 22 lOnnt, .
Ti. west half nf thu northeastquarter .
il" >il and r" ciilrfil| to appear In th. above entitled. court 'T
second "Store ProVe to the bill ,
grade's class constructed a sidewalk here. She left Sunday for her llradford County, Florida being anti west half of the east nalil. CtLIIMO on Alonrtiiy the Sri day of complaint filed
i M on the north side of the home in North Carolina. 11 strip of land fifty (fiO) feet I In hulf of the noitbeSHt. iiuarter, and of March, A, l). 11)41:) to the above entitled, against cause}you and In j .
l width extending twenty (20) feet the west. ninety ynrdx of the .."..a bill||| of complaint no exhibited "Hradford
are hoping to buy more scholl building from the entranceto I Lewis and John Stokes of northwardly) from nnil thirty (3D) half of the east half) of Ih.lIo..IIt..t 'airalimt i you. tip ii>f ,iulnnl I*, tat linpi hereby designated a.. Teleicraph"the I I. ,k*
next week. feet southwardly) from the center. quarter of .section five, which, unil therein newspaper fft>
pitting shrubbery the gate and Inscribed the Douglas. Ga. i. decree vf In which this order shall be pub-
are visiting their line of sId north or left leg ofsaid -ttdf
J township seven south, ranoje hlii Court will b.. entered. against llshexl ,
once for
a week four
e out and take a look! I year In the concrete. mother. Mrs. E. C. Parker. wye track which said canter twenty. edit and contiilnlnK one you. ir seciitlvo weeks. con wt\I
line as 1..t.'I. the ><) j
vrvsHns northeasterly hundred thlity-stx
Friends of Jeanette and onu-half r It I III fuilhnr uriri>d thnt thl. I WITNRHM my hand and the seal < 1/
InUsr-Ixtrking Plant Creamer linn, orth., right ,of way I acrus. more or less. t I notice h* puC1lnhii! one a wili of this court at tllarka, Korlili\| .
|d Day Enjoyed Back In Operation Here will be glad to know that she br tfl mHln and narK Klorlila or Hallway flor.a8.uthern nr HO much. thereof HS may ba sufficient .1 for four (4) consecutive week. In this nth., day of January,. ,A. U. l t
j has returned to her home to real lie. the amount ofl a iiuwttpiipHr putillMhed' 1 In anti himvlnrc '
here Company at a point one hundred : '
Seniors Fridayh Hampton Is becoming more and (100) feet distant flnrlhenitw.rlIymeasured I money decreed' In said decree to he I Idue a tri' i,ral ulrculutlun' In llrailfora (OKKICIAI. UK AW A. J. Thomas,
and is Improving. She has beenIn ( the '1/Olntlt'/ and all of the County. florlda to-wilt Uradfurd Clerk ot tha Circuit' Court. F,
more of railroad at n right angle fromar '
a center. Tracksof ) County Teleicraph.t I A. W. ChartwIcW/ Jr., III.
the Alachua coetn of said au it. I Auauetluer
Boy talk about fun, we the Jjjputhern and Seaboard County Hospitalin A 'I track In three Halt renter hundred line eight/ of This. the 13th day of February' n* P".I ,.'."..-.." nt Htarke' ,I 1 Klnrlda. FlulnUff's Attorney i *
Gainesville.Mr. A. t>. 1941JOMKf'H. Ilradfonl County Florida this the 1-11 St ,-u
baa it Frldayl'! lines cross each other here and (308) feet North I* degrees 60' .
and Mrs. O. W. I West of milepost :8M-H on Bald n. KICK (Hlgnvd) _ _ _
the Crotty J - ---- - - - -
wind blew cold but the although an inter.locklng plant and railroad .Raid beKlnnlnK' point heInsr Hpeclnl Master" I.., ('hlllll'. ''''''. ---- # '-
daughter of
cr was warm-Just ask Jack has been located here ever since were at station 3 pius 48 on said KOrOLAH A W1IAPIly ; : : :
Ira .1. C'o Jr. '
hba visiting Mrs. Anna/ Plnholster and north or left leg nt .Maid wy. rtf'r. WorldS News Seen Through -t
Florence Agnes Key or the real estate boom days of family last track; itnd runnlntf, thence In an Ailornevo for Plaintiff,

lie if you want to know. The 1920 it. has been closed ever week. easterly direction, hy u ten (101) 2.14 3t :2-I TilE" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR h'
The --
Hill Dillies will deorree curve loft for, HdlHtanr'K $
jia out at Gold Head Branch since that time except in the be at the Brooker of tI o"t htandred f fifty- IV TIIK C'If"T.T fOIIIT 1>," TIIM An Inltrnattonat
p't built to hold as many as winter. During the winter I School Auditorium two < 6f>2)) reel to elation 9 .plus ni4.ii. rn ""IUC I .. iiiniir IMMI Daily Newspaper: $
Friday night (tonight). 00, point of tangent' ; thence north % P-IHI ni "nVHtU till' f'')''', '. Tnuh' from Senti.liontlint
thought. -
months there has been only one This 55 ilmrtrH 21') <*.it.t. one hun'ir..tsevstitytIVa ri.OIIIIM. IX C'llt\('Kit: *
will be .
the ,
last performanceto :' (' Editorials Are Timely anti Instructive' and lis Daily
Uk about the Sen- ( i7i) font to point John MarleMton. Jr.
jitterbugs man working at the but ,
plant be held this year. Be sure where unld center line crcmneiidlvldfnfr Plaintiff.VM I I ; features, Tuuuiher with the Weekly Magarine Jxcrian Make
really know how to do It. when Camp Blanding activity I. attend. tOil / line lx>tweri lands of the Monitor an Ideal N.. .,pet' far lhe< flume. X

-'a" little radio came in real opened two more Seiner Heirs and land of the Jan lirown llarleston. :_____ _____. :,
up men were Church services will be heldat I Helm of John I'hllllpH" d.,c..a..ed, I Defendant.NOTICK k The Chn tin Science PuLl .
I :y. Stanley and Jeanette added. Some time ago the railroad the helnir It. strip of luml fifty ( !i01) '1'" nrcPKNDANTIW : hing Society :' M

]'y did make use of the.", wing built a cab side-track that Missionary Baptist Church feet wide and .seven hundred TIIK NAXIM 01" TIIM STATKK ) One Norway Street, no....... M".h".I" ,It
here this twonkv-nnven (17271 feat lonKmeaHured FI.OHIHA I lltKKTINOM I : '
Sunday with the Rev. : ') Price $ I2,00 Ve.irU. or tOCI\ a Month. ,
fie, I ll bet they have holes will hold seven cabs and an C. ( on said. center line). TO! drown llarlestoti, whose
Ihclr shoes.e A. Warren of Alachua pastor containIng 0 AI ne, more or lanrn.1'urrel ironr" on Kt. Francis Hospital, \ Situricy !ew... mcluJmm M ifa/ut* s..IiOtt. $2 (VO a Year. .to ,
engine track with a capacity of and Sunday School at ten. You '2 : Situate In the Month- Col'irado flprliiKir (''.lor..I",. :' Introjuctury OlTer, 6 b.uee 2) Cents .:
are all so that little 14 engines.Mr went Quarter. of" the "Hnuthenst' You are hsr.iby. notified that n ,
I jittered herself sorry are invited to attend these meet- Quarter (MWH of HKV.) of nalrlNectloti bill of c..mi Into a good S6. 'Townxhln 7 Houth, SKulnst. you. .. defendant In the .' :..

uf measles. "Bets" and Ruth ; and Mrs. L. T. Johns announce Ingo.Mr.. and Mrs. Range 22 East. Hradford 'County. I foregoing: cmixe In chancery.: .' AJJr....-?--.---___-________- __ __----....--_____..___.. ., r
S Inseparable the birth of a 9-pound sort, Chester Andrews, Florida. more particularly de*. I You are further' notified and ;
Friday. Sure of New River were visiting Mr. nlliml an. fcdlown" irlnnlnif at n I i>rd,, to enter yuiir wiltt'-n "n- i SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST

*."you don't get them too. been Monday named February Walter Henry 17. He and has Is and Mrs. K.: J. Lewis Sunday. point th. ..n
Ill tell their second son. Mra. Alonzo Goodge and daugh
you that Martha M. la

I'ce' little clown. We all sat N. B. Dudley of Coleman has ing ter Mr.Mrs.and Irene Mrs.Wynn were visit :t

n.t. with our mouths dropped just accepted a position at the Roy Green Sun- GET IN STRETCH OUT j

lo see what here. day.Mr.
she! would say I inter-locking plant I and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and and enjoy

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kam- sons. Malcolm and Allen. were .

"or Ralph Nettles bad all ofuteiipy merer's nieces, :Mrs. M. C. Swee- guests of Mr. and Mrs. James ,

came hunting/! the road his In case his ney Mrs. Evelyn May and Mrs. Kndlcott Thursday afternoon.Mr. NEW COMFORT was the keynote 3w A soft, steady, gliding new Ford rids a great ;.
James Gnann.C. .
tck and Carolyn were cute and Mrs. V. V. Huzen and rnnde plans for thin year's Ford. that takes good road: or bad in a satisfying '
S. Lee president of the children were visiting Mr. andMrs. .
I hey Get in through the new wide doors I kind
could be and surely de- new stride. And notice
Gainesville Pervls flaxen
Chamber of Commerce and
baby at
".-d the prize.en was here this week con-'. Hampton Lake Sunday. Eh-tchout.inroomtospareSeating! the quietness of this big Ford I new ride [ 1

our married and engaged suiting with Mayor M. L. Wat- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews v;, -th has been increased: much as There's news at your Ford Dealer's "

1'8 11'111.made the cutest little terson concerning the new pro- 'ot Jacksonville spent Sunday 'iw, Jjcs.I"ee.roomandins delengt.h that's too good to miss I News in com. I \, '

> Just kids Murial and Marie posed road through Hampton I with Mrs. Crews' parents. Mr. and s '" if eat eat in the low.price field. fort. News in value. And news in a I

't look old that day and really from Gainesville to Camp Ulan- Mrs. O. W. Barry. i. .n take the ron! and try its ride I "deal" that you'll find easy to take I
enough to. be
mar- ding. Mrs. J. R. Mott had as guests
or ,
don't engageil. Mr and Mrs. Homer Bridges Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hahn

see- how Miss Stump of RaLford O. J. Matt Mr. and
''ved the and daughter, Miss Lou Anne
1 of the nerve wracking ac- vlrtted! Camp Blanding last Sun- :Mrs. L. A. Mott and son of High
Seniors (kids), but Springs.

Pulled through wonderfully day. Mrs. J. C. Crews Miss LubediaPinholster

wan a beautiful day and and Mis Martha Lee Li.

thing was sweU. but there Greenwood Khimea attended the Sunday

one thing missing, and that I By Ml* Mildred Cuuu School Conference a t Raiford
Fernandes. We cer I Wednesday.

y did miss her a lot. :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chesser Mlsa Louise Gay returned to

and daughters were snapping in 1
NIfOM IT MAT her home in LaCrosse Saturday
CONCERN Starke afternoon. .
: Saturday
i>tlM Cued i. hrJSy given that I from the Alachua County Hospital ,_ ,v ;

th.. r.mjr Final Accountlnicheli.H We are glad to welcome Mr. In Gainesville. .
If11* Jl"1'. and wIlt' and Mrs. W E. Kirkland to this
of ,
day .
March .A. D.arn
"ak.. Pl.>llcatlon for Final section where they will make

.,- oi Perry. Ad Dover"$nl.tri deceased.tor of the their home. SUNNY BROOK FARM

4t j-- "' F- Flume .Adm'r.lrin .I, Misses Evangeline and Lorraine Ily Atlas Armia. Crosby" _

I Starling of Jacksonville() Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and _
!OTTClIJ: Op' PUAr.tATtON were visiting their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Want spent
111: APPF.AR and Mrs. M. L. Starling over the
'i. MTATIJ! OK FLORIDA to Sunday afternoon in Ralforl

Zldllcky." Y"II ..??., residence I. week-end. Mr. and :Mrs. Muriel Tbidall
,/ are notified that
" "mlllaint for divorce and J. A. Chesser and W, E. Kirk- pent the week-end la HsJiIra

!.trld""lt,lle": In' Circuit lor this order ha. 'and were visiting I n RaIford .. ,t I. t41
Court Ga.Mrs.
of RradI'man.
.''int'.,..i Flrt4a. In c"ie whereIff -- Monday night. : Fronnle Johns and children .
' Jo*.Ph Zldllcky' Isint -I1
and Lena Misses EVangellne and Lor- i of AuburnJale were visiting ,
Zldllcky Is deI l
' .t.*.and.pp.a>r01.*...are__.j hereby r.- raine Starling entertained their I Mrs. Arle Brown and Mrs, Nona
rd day eau" on Sat- Brown Saturday.Mr. .
of Mlttreh. 1541. HradI friends at a Werner roast

I county'ra a T.I..ra". I. deslurro $ urday night.. .I and Mrs. W. R. Ha In top

>r thafl* b.. **Puoniihe'" Jr"1"one* Several from' Oi,. section! attended have retvrna SQ tk ir home afUr -

.11. for tour "onsooutlve weeksh Sermon!' spending awhile with their
return dat.. Witness In-Uw and daughter Mr. and J. W. ANDREWS
5' r 1. an4 official seal at at the Lawtey School house Sunday 8011.1 JR.

'r V :mi1 this "th day of night. Claude Moore of Tampa.Mr. ,

,fA.V > church services at and Mrs. Ralford
EATj A.. J. Thomas Don't forget
. F -aa. "'onrt ..! rT 1 *'".n." T"r5recn! this! week-en of Plant City were weck-enj Clsrlis FloritJa:


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FEB 21 1941


I and lets the volume fall where It IIAMPTON FEELS MUCH I Bootblack Jailed munity4 Service from, toTT"l

II and CLUBS'Business I I may. BETTER, THANK YOU Nig Troutman colored boy who Defense Committee menjorali; *1

I Clara Flume la wearln' one the City Council at Its

:. ., Yeah-a diamond < Lucky (Continued from page one) .was bootblack at the Three Friends meeting Tuesday relrUlar

Program Meet I W. S. C. S. Circles Met Kerce-Tlirelkcld fellow, whoever put It there Barber Shop:;, wan arrested this tlon the night "to PtU-
He was awfully
tt At Church MondayThe They just don't come any sweeter encouraged. week charged with taking $20 In Postmaster-Cenerm
M. S.
Of Baptist B. L. Kerce and Miss Sarah
(or prettier) than >Clara blue a few years ago when Road quarter and half-dollar rolls and provide daily mall delivery with/

The business! and program meet- Woman's Society of Chris- Catherine Threlkeld daughter of New car for Dot and Guy Sola 13 was changed." was put In jail lIe says he will In the city limits of Stuke'
Mr. and Mrs C. F. Threlkeld of
ing of the Baptist W. M. S. wash tian Service met Monday afternoon married .' 'Nother blue Olds to brightenup 'The Watteraons have five other work It out an4< may be releasedsoon This resolution was un"flIraou
Tltusville were Sundayat
held at 3 o'clock Monday after- at the church and held an I 12 o'clock noon In the parson- the town ,.' t An new baby families living In their home be- and given another chance adopted, and City Clerk 1
with Circle No. 4 In charge son for Eolln and Hogan Smith-, CII/!
noon Interesting meeting.The age of the First Methodist Church for his el des, their own also a garage Johns was Instructed to
of the program Little Dick ,. Named Ask Mail writ
the absence DeliveryThe
In worship service was con- of UmatlHa. The Rev., Jesse E. l apartment filled 'and all other
lire. R. A. Thomas Grandpa Smith Frank
hl chairman, ducted by Mrs. A. Wood vice- Jones performed the ceremony In homes in Hampton are, similarly Walks
conducted the meeting the subject Even Love was on a boom this 'snb< on' Com- in this regard.
t president of the society and, her the, presence of the family anda crowded.
being ">n Urgent Gospel year, ,., Not Valentine or a ,
subject was "Stewardship 0 f few' Intimate friends. box of left In I "It's good news," exclaimed.
'' Free or Bound. lit. T. K. Mc- heart-shaped candy -
Brotherhood, who Is my brother T" Mr. and Mra. Kerce are making "We've heard UNCLAIMED FREIGHT 'SALE
rL Clane. Jr., MM. Paul Raymond town last Thursday night.. ... An'I Y. Saxon
and Mrs W. B. Alexander took The business session was pre- their home In Lake Butler no wonder Hear Carolyn; that the surveyors have been here An auction aU of unclaimed freight consisting of new furnl.
ref sided over by the president Mrs.' Mr Kerce la Camp Blanding Green rated three boxes of chocolates and we'll welcome the new road. geaerai'merchandlse tura. floor .tov... plumbing material grocer I... and other
conducted Atlantic
will be by Count
1sT 1 part.During session all E. K. Ferryman and the prog'ramWaif news reporter for the Florida all by .herself. GuesS We hope they don't change their, Railroad Company at their' Salvage Warehou. cant aide Broad 1.lne
the business under the direction of Mrs.' Times-Union and the ,Associated Cupid's on the Camp Blanding minds There will be lots of Street Viaduct,,Jacknonvllle, Fla.. commencing at 1:00 A. M. Wed.
called for. and Circle neadayrFebruary 26. For further Information phone or write R
reports was were awarded the pin for L. A., Davis chairman of Christian -: Press payroll too changing around." Mr. Saxon baa Hlvenbark. General Route Agent P. O. Box," ,1144, Telephone SZloo'Jacksonville. j,
No. 1 i
Social Relations and Local Florida.
old bank
the buildinga
purchased ,
having the largest number of i Scads of new homes Just around
Activities Mrs Davis appointedthe brick structure --4Ii
Birthday Party two-story
I members present. the corner Harold and
following' group on certain '' which he will convert into a store
For Marcus Brown Jr. :Martha Wall. "Max and Katie
! 25: at ,
On Tuesday February Circle Number 0 e:
n lIeaa.ld.
I" projects: when the road ia completed. BEN'SUSLOW
Wlmberly. the W. B, Sewells, an' ,
7:30 p. m., a Missionary Study Parsonage work; Circle Number Marcus F. Brown Jr., eight- the Myra Peek fambly will soon "I will move Into the bank .
held at the
I j Class will be U. members and Two church grounds and other year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. boast new roofs over their1 heads building as soon aa I find out MILITARY SUPPLIES- AND> NOVELTIES

, l I and all W.members M. aaked to ,'beautification work; Circle Number F. Brown w a. given a lovely Peek place, plans particularly where the front end will be."
make Auxiliary special effort to attend Three, Installing water for birthday party by his parents last pleasing ?' .- Seema it will He 'understands that more ,will, ARMY WOOL, LUMBER JACKETS 2.50

j and hear a the teaching of the the Education Building. Friday afternoon. have one of those overhangln' be taken oft the ,north aide of COTTON RIDING PANTS ,,...._______--,- Sl.W

book "Trail of Seed." No ex- In her talk Mra. Davis slated I A few little friends were in- upper, stories In. the, fashion set the road than the other to keep ARMY WOOL SHIRTS -------,..-----?-,- I2.M
that the 12000.000 negroes In the vited to celebrate with "Markle"on by early colonists-the better 'to i from disturbing the graveyard on __
amtnation will be held. ARMY COTS ___r_= ____- $2.50
United,, States have received more I this happy occasion and they shoot Injuns from the second the couth side' which haa rbeen
I attention over a longer period ofyears beautiful for the there for more than 75 years.
brought gifts windows, dear -. .
and my
Hazen. Mrs. S. E. Sparks
i I RAIN COATS a ..__ __ $2.00
by a few Interested groups young host., In a guessing game '' > "'" J. W. Home agent for the past --
Mrs T. K. McClane. Jr., will eacb Course, there comparatively outfit khaki and shirt
r'k'' teach one chapter of the book. than any other minority group. Nancy Knight won the prize for few Indiana on North Church St. 'eight years for the Seaboard and SPECIAL-complete pants $2.00

Mrs.' E. L. Williams talked on the girls and Levy Canova. Jr., these days-but. 'you never can 'Southern railways said: "It'a the

"What does our American De- for the boys. best thing that could ever hap- '
I World Days of Prayer tell h Everybody'else has come
mocracy do for the negro In education After playing, on the lawn the to Starke. an' a tribe of whoop pen to Hampton. Everyone I've "The ,Army Store

:, Women of missionary societies 1"Mrs. children marched Into the din- redskins may be 'spected most talked with Is happy over the

,t ,I all over the world will observe William Blair closed the ing room where the table was any minute now ,. .' prospect. 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.

\,: tho World Day of Prayer on February program with a reading entitled centered with the large birthday Sympathy "to 'Mina (Manama) Mrs. Ethel Jones a widow and

28, and prayers will be "What Is the status of the negro cake topped with eight red Grady Seems she had just her late husband together have
offered for peace and for missionary In the economic realm?" candles. Ice cream cake and been merchants In Hampton for
spent coupla thousand dollars put- ADSFor
i work In home and foreign punch ,were served and the fav tin' the Manaaaa cottage ,on the past 35 years. She has been CLASSIFIED

' land Plans were under way sickness it will be Impossible to ors were valentine baskets filled KIngsley Lake in first class con- In her present location for three

fr here to have a service at the have this meeting. Each minister with heart-shaped candies. years; Mrs. Jones baa one lot
dition Modern fixtures
L i, Baptist church but because of In town Is requested to make a Mr Brown was assisted In on which the store stands; two Sale: 1 1-2 ton Ford Truck. FOR RENT-Furnished 3-roon
whatnot An' whole
, special prayer for peace at the entertaining the children by Mrs. went in smoke,the week thing across the street occupied in Excellent: condition. $150.00. H. apartment with ,porch. Equipped
I '\ Sunday morning service on Loulebelle up a or so A. McKlnnon. 119 E. Call Street with gas range and lee-!
George Moore part by her residence;. two acres
ago Yep .:. Burned to the trld'refrlgeratol'.
March 2. and Marlon Brown.Carolyn Starke Private entrance
in the city llmlu; aid another
ground Or rather burnedto
Park and private bail.-ML.
m -_-m_-_ ------ --- -- _--_-------. ___________ the water ('twas one of those dwelling house. She'several has' 25: boarders. FOR SALE-The Gem Lunch, H, Hasklns, Keystone

overseas numbers, ) ..,.- ., Insurance 'Including railroad 'one block north of Courthouseon Heights Fla. I
Theatre Callstreet 1 would just about cover the recent men. The survey' reaches ten Temple Avenue. Fully' lip

remodellin' :. /. ,:To say ,no thin' feet ,Into the front of* her, store equipped. Reasonable terms. FOR RENT-H o u a e furnished
STABKE FLA. ------ of the house Itself ,\'. Seems that and five to ten feet Into her residence See Miss Kathleen Hall, owner. with three double beds heater I Icookstove

Bradford County's Newest and Dear C. Stteeters: Am I- every week -------1 sumpln will have to be done across the street!*;;"I'll be 2-21 2tp table dishes, etc !

Up-To-Date Theatre I-I-I mortified! With all the whether this !about fire protection at KIngsley glad to move my' house and Four miles from Camp Blan-

PROGRAM WEEK: OF FEB.2ora nice new homes and buildings wide publicity" Is makln' us or i store."' she said "You people in FOR SALE-24 ft. custom-built ding on Lawtey road.-Mrs. J

: goln' up on every corner and in breakln us Will reserve my T. K. McClane has gotta go- Starke must help ua It won't be traller-coacb fully Insulated, S. Austin ,Box 134, Lawtey,

between comers too McCall's decision H1I the Sattldy Evenln' to the war N- ., Received his many years now until Starke and! with 18 ft. canopy enclosed Fla lip

4' Thursday & Friday, Feb. 20-21 magazine comes along and fea- Post article comes out In the not orders Wednesday ,mawnln' Hampton will be built up all to- curtains. Cost $1.500 will sell

Admission Matinee 25c NI&ht,30e tures a "cozy" corrugated tin too distant future Says he wouldn't mind so much /gether." $550: :: cash--.J. W. Tracy. Lot

S,r' 'Tall Included shack in their write-up about, But It's like someone remarked If they'd let him stop at Blending Mrs. Jones stated that she anda No. 49 Street No. 6, City Trailer ATTENTION

r DoUICIRII Fairbanks, Jr. Etarke this month Jf all those' tother day One nIce feature but seems they have fur- prominent Jacksonville businessman Park Tampa. 2.14 2tp OFFICERSTwo

F In fellows I've been correspondIn' 'I is that you no longer have to ther points In mind for Lieutenant will build a 16-room hotel .
FOR SALE Cole Planters and new comfortable, completely
; "RULERS OF THE SEA"PARd with through the Lonesome draw a detailed map of Florida McClane Louisiana fr- If the road goes through. It will
Fertilizer beCOI1".pleted
'a'q Distributors. Also furnished cabin will
\ NKWrt: Hearts Club ever nee that issue when you're away from home and instance Rotations will miss be built on her land she said and
rm ruined Never will be I parts for same. New seed pepper an I offered for rent
TED PlO ItITU lU.CIIESTUASaturday. someone asks you where youhall their president and farmers their they will add to it as the occasion -
cucumber squash within the next two wed at
tomato !
able to explain that Starke Is still'
from The editor allows popular county agent demands.
,,4 Feb. 22 a nice little town and that members its gonna be hard to break his Oh well I doubt If any of J., B. Prevatt was one Hampton melon beans corn. Prices rightat the Lazy II Ranch five miles
of WHITE'S STORE., 2-7 3t south of Orandln (t'lirty-flv
u Admission 25e Tax Included a few of the very first lifetime, habit of recltin', all In the boys really mind goln' when business man who moved, over to' .
families still take baths *' miles' from Camp Blanillnpt)
DOUBLE FKATURK; -' regularlyAT one breath; "Starke-a little town they're convince& H's for the the Road 13 cut-off several years FOR SALE T h r e bedroom and flublog. .

'Zone OrnjB"THE -- -- -- on,".load 13 between.. Jacksonville good" of.the couny; :;;. ,,Can't, !any ago. "The new road will prob-/ house! 3 lots. Keystone Heights.' Excellent: Boat swimming* with 'euch calla

LIGHT OF WESTERN and Gainesville" *. Now I'd "mind winging,,.'', few Hitlers ably eliminate some 'of my trade A real bargain.-F. M./ 'Wai- Strictly private. Reamnobln.

c STARS" all you gotta do Is say meself :.. ,, Carolyn.,d'Arc.. ;.,1 but It will be good for..the town" rath' Keystone, ,Heights, Fla. See sign on highway.
Also "STARKE! and watch their eyebrows Wouldn'tthat, sound, swell In the he Bald./ ; 1.31.4tp ,

"BOYS OF THE CITY" ascend history books? ? ,. Write Lazy II.

,c With-Bobby Gordon. Leo Smile girls For when So long .. See ;you' on the Bowling Tournament, FOR, SALE 5 pool tables In Box 431 Starke, Fla.

, Goroey Dave O'BrienCARTOON Hooper Construction turned home- front ,lines good condition 4 '1-2.x 9, feet._

ward Sunday they left behind -Carolyn. The Ritz Theatre bowling team C. M. Chlldreas,. Pelham Ga.

a two of their most eligible men ( bested, Camp Blandlng In the 2-14 3t 5 ROOM BUNGALOW-Local*!

,e Saturday Night At 11:30 Be seeln' you around Sam Founder's Day Observed weekly tournament February 13 Keuka 40 ml. from Etarktl

("M1)Y MIDNIGHT SHOW-Adml slon and Piper And when you're By'P.-T. A. Here by a score of 2606 to 2474. High TAKE _Splendid repair. New roof, eel

( d SOo Tax Included markIn' off your next list, gals ccorera for the Ritz were Hazen ADVANTAGEof paint. Cost double to dupll- |

ON TUB' STAGE' check off Ben He'll middle- With Night Meeting with 642 and Monossa 551: Parks cate. $750.-Owner. Box 5 99,

' "FAN-TASIA FOLLIES" aisle It Easter Sunday In Bainbridge 'The regular *,>r of< the with 559 and Craver with 546 shortage I n field of Jacksonville, Fla. _

GIRLS DANCES: FUNDON'T Gawgla local Parent-Teacher Associationwas stood out for the visitors., court reporting. C O II.RESI'ONDENCE FURNISHED CO.TTACE3MLake
d MISS: THIS ONE Discovered: Why the men are held February 13 at eight offered to high school Santa Fe. 5 miles east of I

ON The Screen"STRANGERS hungry all the time Reason: o'clock In the evening In the Waldo Electric lights running -
ganlzation, history and general graduate, college undergraduates -
Attractive brunette Odessa now school auditorium, with the president water. Inquire Lewl''|
ON TilE purposes of the Parent-Teacher and grad notes.
THIRD FLOOR!' at home at the Depot Cafe Mrs. W.: D' ,Sewell In the Association. I I I Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Flat
Wonder: Why the other soda chair. Lorraine Fulcher

W1C::>-IVter Intro Margaret Jerkers In Koch's refer to J. E. The meeting was opened with During the social period the Box 431 Starke, Fla. -

Tullchet JERRY'SFOR Denmark as "It" Overheardin the song "America" and the group enjoyed singing old familiar I V.uuieu: All round construction

COMEDY I the next booth: "First day I Lord's prayer was repeated In songs. Refreshments were\ I man who can sketch! estimate.
FOR SALE-One 1937 Ford V-8
I got here I served In the home economicsroom. and handle men efficiently. Excellent
4'n Sunday Feb. 23 says 'Mister Where's unison. The secretary Mrs. N. pick-up truck, one 1035 Chev- I I
the main part of town? An' D., proposition to right
Admlimlim Matinee 23o Night Walnwrlght Jr., read an account rolet 4-door sedan. Both In Wl
SOa Tux Included FOOT LONG HOT DOG he nays 'Lady you're in It right of the previous meetingand Apply giving full details as
good conlltlon.-T. N. Kendrick
now!" NEW RELIEF FOR ability and experience. POll f
ON THE STAGE: ALSOHOMEMADE the treasurer gave an annual SOUR STOMACH .. Starke Fla. 2-11 2tp
At 4:00, 8:00: std 10:00: 1'. M. Reprimand of the Week: Little report which was acceptedand Office Box: 729. -

JUBILEE IIILLItlLLIES CHILIJERRY'S June Rlcharde tellln' mother Harriet filed remedies Probably to relieve you know acid stomach several FOR SALE-Figaro "Old Smoky" YOUNG MAN-with nix I yellll.
to "Wear The president appointed the sugar cure 'salt and condensed awl
STRING and acid-Indigestion. Blama-Rex experience as counter
mee. ,
MUSIC following committee to work toward a new delicious tasting antlacld !liquid smoke for flavoring and I short order cook desires po*[
What IS the having sidewalk built preserving meats. Also .
eneratloncomln' a to !
v younger & your i cafe. A
On The Screen powder acts four ways to, give tion In restaurant or |
to the primary building: Miss Dor- two 1-horse cutters at White's* ""'
Joel MrCrcu Rlrhanl, Dix, 131 Call Street you relief in a few minutes. It's experienced on fountain.
othy Swanbom, chairman Mrs. Store. 2-14 2t !De-
East Side West Side Char wonderful General >
it Mary Aster, la Starke Florida : Ethel the way It' helps you. dolph Nunnery,
min' Mrs. Kelly In her favorite Biggs. Miss Ruby Lucy SU
Buy a bottle of Bisma-Rex: for livery. Starke. 527 Laura
"LOST SQUADRON" color-blue Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mrs. M. F. OOo 500 BU. FLORIDA RUNNER W'
Jerry & Nick Mrs. Reynolds'barpy at the Rexall Drug Store. care Mrs. W., N. Johnson.
Paramount New Brown and Mrs PEANUT SEED at $1 bu.
Corartly: smile beneath a perky tan S.. A. Weldon. Carpenter's Drug Store In Starke.PALMOLIVEI per -
JI spring hat Mrs. Mrs. Elva Sullivan gave a report Bright and sound. R. F. ear
.. __ TImlake HAVE ROOM for four men.
-- -- .., look In' like a fashion plate on the school cafeteria operation .: ,_ .... I.. .. Demorest, Starke Fla. mattresses on beds. Good fowl

For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local Pearl a beautiful Carradine.leather proud possessorof president and then management.asked for a)reportof The FOR SALE-House with 7 rooms I Plenty fresh eggs and weelL-men
bag with
Ford silver the nominating committee :: .' i 7 bath. 2 large screened In every day. $70 per
Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located leaves trlppin' along the Mist and porches. Large lot, with 1 orange A. M. Barrett. Oakrtdge. SOl l
top LeUa Evelyn Stump chairman, reported -
One Block South of S. A. L. Depot brand, new spring Mundy bag also sportln'a Rita as follows,1.Due;: to the tree. 4 pecan. 2 pear. 14. Green Cove Springs 2TWIROOM Fla.: I

lookin' like her old gay self litter conditions In our community at CONCENTRATED s for Double garage barn smokehouse

a tedious eye operation this time We the" Nominating Will sell furnished and I
J. W. Committee humbly recommend 4s SUPER SUDS 25c vacate at once. D. T. McGlll. AND BOARD-Can
ANDREWS JR. Caught Eva Anderson *I
and Edna boarder
Hart that we dispense with the activities Lake Butler. Florida 2-7 Stp care of several men

Your Ford Dealer For 20 ,Years went tother mutterln'to day.fairy. tales nursery From and that rhymes such they coming of ,the year.P.-T.Respectfully A. during submitted the- PEKMIOCTAGON{ ( ) for TYPEWRJ'I'ERS-New Remington tin.$7 per Box,week-Mrs.134, Lawtey J.Fla.S. AUI'W'I|

other Evelyn Stvmp, chairman portables ,$5 down, $5 a
nonsense .
Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA In' Started look- Edna M. Hart. Evelyn D. Bitch month. Prices start at $29.75.: For Rents! Small house
for a thermometer to take 48'
r Etta Brownlee." -Bradford County Telegraph KIngsley Lake on Road
their temperature s far
Explanation Starke. Fla.
C2 Mrs. E. K. Perryman moved tf $50.0O.:
1 quite simple however : SOAP
that, the 25ca
SOc -O- 50c :same they don't have enough report be tabled until : For Sale: Cottage on
the next meeting in order .1<*PW I
teachln' to do so they trek to to give CONSTRUCTIONALL Lake. 4 rooms ,and

MADAME LEONA Lake, Butler every few nights for time for consideration. The motion a s for porches. 225000.
t p'
was seconded Miss TYPES. NEW STRUC-
Joyce '
one of those extension POWDER 25c "P*"
courses Wood and carried. Ap TURES OR REPAIRS For Rent: Two bedroom )
U. of
F. In children'
JUST ARRIVED literature Lily Bridges. Mra. Perryman moved -that a a for Plans Estimates and Architectural meat. Furnished
committee from tile P.-T.1 A. be OCTAGON Services Free bOUl'
Grace Wainwright and Kate For Rent: Six bedroom
Palmist and Advisor appointed to meet with the lIeS'for
e Sheppard also recruits In the Bed- Council City Cleanser G. M. DAVIS Unfurnished
In connection
time with committees
' Gives names, dates and facts regarding all affairs oTllfe. Brigade from other organizationsto General Contractor For Rent: Space for tailor. Spec"

love marriage and bualncss. Will tell your Innermost thoughts Nice to know that some Stark- oppose the activities of ac iOCTAG01J for beauty parlor. Reasonah !
certain GauimvUle; Florida'
;a; and de.ireo. Causes Itea still find time to
speedy marriage re-unites the separated rjo In for places of business In town 13c rent

< how to better your buglnese.' get a position settle lawsuits and the finer things of life If classified as "nuisances." The mo- 738 E. Depot Phone 1064 For Saler'Very attractive tour*!

estate troubles, lucky day and lucky numbers you ,know what I mean! tion was seconded by Mr* E. L. camp site For sale at "l

t For limited time only '$2.00"tpadins'for'5Oe; Powell Carpenter has Installed a Williams 'and carried. The president OCTAGON e for FOR SALE Electric sewing price.
;with Hammond
this ad. ton organ In his Washing appointed.: Mrs. 1''; L. Wll- ''Toilet Sosp 13cT machine, console' table model. demand ftI l
Ave. domicile"and"his"'bell} Itams.-MM.-X: In A-l- We have a large
'Lawson condition.
Rcoms for Mias -Mrs. A. J.
white and colored. Readings daily and worry now I Ij that he have I small apartments. WhY
might ap ,
Ruby LUIcy Mra Ferryman, as Top Gr ery& Pierce. Kane1TVanar ark; ; i
Sunday 9 till to build "convert- '
9. M larger house to gc i committee to meet with the Starke. Florida. Up b'uT"propertJr ..
around It Seems the dlsher Council. MarketC. r apartments T We can tw--

ST P ALA ATICA Market.?.n .IIwy"Look' 17'28 for nfttr l lmlHt Sign5252.t and silverware dance around with Mrs. N. D. Wainwright! Jr.. IL Naitworthyv, Prop. FOR RENT-Private room for you through FHA.

sympathetic vibration w her read a paper on the subject of Starke Florida one man or two congenial men. I W. T, Clute Frank W.

S25ZSZ'2-'X525'525 5'L5252,,uZ'ZSZSr5'25'2525! Powell really gets In the groove Founders' Day. telling of the or- -Mr-* F. H. Long. 403 N. Wal- ,C. A, Futch H. A. HcK>

nut St. Starke. Fla.: lip l 119 E. Call St. Starka


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FEB 2.. >1941

21. 1941

.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I I Mr. and Mrs.: Johnny Whltte-r Donnely Boy -- Six Schools CloseSix Ail It Inn. .. Judge of thin Court, .1.I''
I more have announced the birth and the .Neal, of this. Court, In the ,i

---- .- -- -------. i of 'A daughter, Judith: Elaine, on Killed On RoadA out of nine of Bradford City Florida of, this Mtarke.10th Bradford day of February Countr., 'v e,'; i'

D. E. Knight attendedn Mrs. C. W. Chalker and son, Mrs. :J. E. Toney. Jr., and little and January Mrs. 17, in Lakeland. Mr. County's schools clone today. All 1811.N/FFICAL. SHAD A. J. Thorn ."ft.', .::";
palatka last Friday. John, of Gainesville, were weekend son, :J. E. III of Shubuta Miss., Whlttemore have numbers sun of the Rev. L A. Don- of them, close with the exception: lurk ot the Clrniilt. Court, .1radford 1-t; t'
of friends here as he County, .Florida.Lloyd ,F'
guests of Mrs. A. M. Darby. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, coach and school was neley of Starke' who worked at of Bradford High 1 School of Mann. : '
of Gainesville teacher Starke; Brooker) Junior High and Attorney for Plaintiff.JacUaonvllle I ll i
El1l4e Jones Smith at their Kingsley Lake last year at B. 11. S. Camp Rlandlng, was killed by the New Florida.. J-I1 *t 3HIVOTICK I
[Monday and Tuesday In Mrs. J. W. Klncald returned home. I an automobile about 9 P. M. Mon : River elementary. Tht"Yopenel' .r ,J,!
July fourth, and got In
spendingsev- : Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. day. According to the meager their full eight months. PLY KOll: NI K4I.. i.ICuICI.A. I ,
eral days with friends In Or- Ben Suslow has returned from,I'Edward Burns attended the White I I'lOX Folt: JI MAI>K(t III>.COUNT*, :
W B. Sewell and 'Mrs. A. lando. Alexandria La., where he also, House Conference child reports received here, young Don- I "" .lIltaU.'. r I
on wel-
lino were visitors In Galneanoa haa a military supply store In I I fare held In Gainesville last FrI- neley was walking along Road tTHH. rmn'IT roiuiT K o R whom Nolli.'K It may lav.concern hereby a-lvan that the to nn fell
ondaY. and addition to the one be operates 48 near the Camp when he wasstruck TIIM Kill: t ITU JI+HIII'L CIK- dvmlicn will have prepared and
Mr Mrs.
F. Stump will day at the Hotel Thomas. These ('I". nil' Kl.ltNIUV' IN' A 1* II recii..tit the pnioatce o ( Hpeclnlj
spend Sunday In Orlando with here. conferences are held throughoutthe by an automobile driven KOll'. "KOMII' tVI\TV.)!' IN Ijofflalallrm for the County of llradfnrd .,
regret to know that IIANt'KHV.< at the regular Ul their d a u.g h ter, Miss Lillian country every few years at by soldiers. Cathrrlnn U Akin, 1S4I Florida lwgl.lature' an Act ,-
if. p. Smith la quite Stump. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Simpson, the request of the' President.. A I Plaintiff. "holl.blnlithe Hoard of Hond i'' of' .
me here. of Birmingham Ala.. were In Miss Helen Molden, waitress at Sam A. Divorceiuf.ndant. Truateea of Uradford County, V\OT\ .
J. Thomas la chairman for Brad- Aklnn. Ida as. created br Chapter 5522, I '
Starke last Friday, looking fora ford County.. the Rita Cafe In Starke; says: Lawn of Florida, i tU, .r> by: any ::1 :".r
A. F. Sauls'morved .Col. and Mrs. D. )B. Knight, suitable location for a "We OllliKH:: 'H) APPEAR other law and Inventing the Hoard> I \C:
photo- from
Xrs- were
d driving Starke
Mrs. H. V. Knight and Miss Tine STATIC OF KI.OIUUAI of County Commissioners of Uradfnrd I! ,\;
Sy into their home onIon graph gallery. William TORAM 'A. AKINS, County, Florida, with all of "
navy F. Cone, who has been toward Camp Blandlnc when ,,
Merry Beth Knight spent Mon- Ru.". To IK*. the power. and dudes .and prlvllen ,
Street. day in Jacksonville. employed ,at the 'Three Friend were stopped by three soldiers it I. nvreby ordered that you arerequired "1( now ...rd.... Impoaed .; v
I Mr. and Mra. Hogan Smith of Barber Shop for the past month to appear on the 7th day upon said Hoard of fond Truateonof ,
Brown moved last Sampson announce the arrival with ,a flashlight When w e April "..' b'' the above Jiradfnrd County Florida In the "
F. of
us has been ill with entitled court Commissioners \
the flu to
for sew the 11111 of C"m. Hoard i>f County : of
to offices In his new build- Mrs. W.L. Wall, Is In St., Vin.cent's a son, Richard Collins February eral days. Last Saturday his alighted, from the car the boy was plaint filed agalnat you In the Bradford County, Florida. I

the poatofflce. Hospital. Jacksonville, undergoing 9. In St. Vincent's Hospital In brother, J. B. Cone from Lake lying on his face. I turned him above Krarifnrd entitled County: cause'1'.h, sraph"and "The. U, Hoard Hradfnrd of County County Coremisslonsr.of ....Iol'tda.Il'l .
: treatment and having Jacksonville.Miss Butler and Starke. took him to over and felt his pulse. We put hereby deftlirnatrd' a. the / W. M. Edward., Chairman. I
In which this order, shall be Attest: .'
Tucker local Sinclair Re- X-ray pictures made. his home at Live Oak, for rest him In the car, and he was dead published once a weak tor four A, J.. Thomaeciftk I
[ distributor, la In the Dorothy Delavan who and recuperation.. before we reached Camp Blinding (N) rnnwoQutlve w..k.- or the Circuit. Court. 4 .
co., Cone
was W1TNK.MS!: the Honorable A. 55. 1-31 ftt 1-11 '.f II'
teaches .
In the B. H. S. I, ;
\\l with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Butler was born In Starke, but says It took
and daughter, Myrtlce, of Lake called to her home In Fernandina him a long time to get back after : Since the accident happened In e ,

i Evelyn Stump will spend City were .guests Sunday of Mr. Tuesday because of the death of leaving. ,( .f Clay County Sheriff A. O. An- t :
k-end in Orlando with Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Saul. her grandfather.'J. dreu's Office here has no detailsof \II'

Era. S. P Vandlvlere. Mr. and Mm. V.dSi'St.,':; John' te! tragedy. t ,

Miss Kitty Hogsed. of Jacksonville Mlsa Marian Howling- student have as guest this week Mrs. St.
Cecil Henderson has h- was a week-end visitor nurse at Riverside Hospital John' mother. Mrs.Nellie Heath, No Trailer Park DON'T ,,, ,I J< :

from Tampa where' stir 'at..' the home of her mother, Mrs In Jacksonville, spent the and brother-in-law an4,sister, :Mr.
[last week with relative.,:>.W.'J3. Parka, and Dr. :Parks. I end here with her parents week-I and Mrs. C. E. D luton, all of The much discussed! trailer
and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng.W. New Canaan, Conn. Sunday the park which Mr. and Mrs. Noll-
St. Johns and their .crueata.. in. man were to establish In StarkeIs AIT'1-1 :
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T. Clute, Realtor, recently gather with Mr. ,and Mrs. EdwinSt. definitely out, Bays W. M. Ed- W' .

Ritz Theatre Installed '''an attractive directoryat John, Dick St. John, Miss wardo, chairman of the City ,

the foot of the steps leading Eleanor St. John, and Marvin Council. The Nollraans and the ,: '"

up to .his offices, including the Abbot attended the races at Day- Council could not get together on ,
names of his organization.. ton Beach. certain details of the project and

STARKE. FLORIDA It seems that there was objectionon : ",
Mrs. L. J. Johns, and little Among those from out-of-town the part of a number of real- ,.
Llways The Latest & Best In Pictures daughter Barbara, of Jacksonville, attending funeral services for the dents of that section! of the city ;"

were visiting the first of the week Rev. J. T. Guy Wednesday afternoon to the camp's being located In Until after the accident f' I.

Friday February 21 In the home.of Mr. John's mother, were two of his sisters, Mrs. that particular spot J'
Mrs. W. S. Johns, of Starke., J. H. McElroy of 'Atlanta, and ,'
"The Girl From Havana"With Mra. A. T. Williams of Gainesville Calls.Legion Meet to check up on your':

An All 'Star Cast Mra. A. A. ,'YjLl wrlgbt. Mrs. ; three brothers, the Rev. R. :'
Martha Bailey, and George Wainwright A. Guy of Leesburg, the Rev. G. The Post Commander of the automobile liability and ,
AlsoCOMEDYSaturday Jacksonville, .were H. Guy of Coleman and Walter American Legion has called a '
guests Wednesday of Mr. and Guy of Atlanta; 'iMrs. Guy's special meeting for tonight (Fri- personal accident insurance +I''
February: 22 Mrs. A. O. Andreu and family. brother RUBS Rlordan 'of Macon, day) to make arrangements for "

tide Tenderfoot Ride" MIDNITE SHOW 11:30 Ga., and Emory Guy, a son, who Registration day tomorrow (Sat-I Your most important 1i : '
.:.. Mrs: A. G.'Hioaon of Ft. Laud- Is now in Philadelphia; Pa. urday). All members are urgedto ti
Gene Autry Also "The Bank Dick"Also be .
Jh present. I II
erdale returned home Saturdayafter Call
("The Fighting 69th" spending some time here Road Patrol Station I protection. ;I;,, .

rtoon & Chapter 5 of Sport Shorts and with her brother-in-law and sister //tea us today-Phone 146. !I

|"The Green Hornet" Donald Duck Cartoon Mr. and Mrs F. F. Flumo. A sub-station 'of the Florida W. K. CHANDLER ,f,''I

Highway Patrol has been eatab- I II
Sunday & Monday, February 23 24 Mr. and Mrs. V. B. KIdd, of I' llHhed at Camp Blnndlng- with EXPERT ', "
Hawthorne, and K. H. Helmln-
four patrolmen assigned to patrol WATCH REPAIRINGWATCHES.
"Knute Rockne All American"AlsoLATEST
toller, Washington, D. C., were Union, Bradford and '
Cluy Counties -
MARCH OF TIME guests Monday of Mrs. Florence day and night. Sergt. Reid RINGS II. C. WALL\ AGENCY
E. Canova, and Mrs. R. Q. Kldd. :
and COMEDY Clifton Is In charge of the sub- JEWELRYIn t, +
otatlon, and with him are the following
Harold Wall Is recovering froma officers O. L. Whitens Constant Service- ': /
Tuesday, February 25 : McArthur, Store ,
major operation at St. Vin
Chris Anderson and A. M. Ste- ,
BARGAIN DAY Admission 15c cent's Hospital. Jacksonville, phens. Call Street Over Fifty Years

"The Man I Married" where he has been for ten days. I STARKE, FLORIDA
Ho Is expected home this week- .t
New Grill
;Also--INFORMATIOf, ; f. F1ASF.",. ." .end. Opens a
And Our Gang Comedy: ? Tne'Blandms GrltUn BOW open I, --
Miss Frances Peek, ,Secretary for bUsiness in Marcus: F. Brown'snew

WedneSday'& Thursday; February 26 27 to Dr. W. E. Middleton: County building adjacent'to the post-I I''
Superintendent of Public Instruction office. It is owned'and' operatedby
"Dr. Kildare's Crisis"AIsoM.
was out of the office George A. Condon, who for
G. M. NEWS' OF' THE DAY all last week because' of Influ- seventeen years has run the Con-
enza. don Cafe in DeLand which he t
and a Disney Cartoon BIRDS EYE
still owns. The handsome furnishings

., W. K. Chandler will move his of the cafe include beautiful -

jewelry store from his 'old stand cushion stools and booths. ,

I In the grocery of J. W. White &

.IiiJ NAT SEZ: Son to the building just vacated Sheriff Recovering FROSTED FOODS '
I by Marcus F." Brown, this weekor .
next. Sheriff A: O. Andreu has been .

Eleven' new eating places In town shut in moat. of the' time duringthe 1if,

1:, ;J' : and still they come. I R. B. Johns, formerly of Starke, past two weeks 'I with an attack Deliciously Fresh
of the flu. lie has been L
\ .tI /1 The aroma of hamburger and hot now of Jacksonville, was recently, *
with a bad throat for three or
r- l9g! fill the air. Sure smells transferred from a hospital In'
four months, and has been sick
'- ItOtHI too. Reminds me of Coney Gainesville to one In -Jacksonville.Ho .j
for three weeks, t'only two
Inland. la crtlcally 111 with .a heart _,.. T T-" _'_ ,
weeks ago did he give up and go ,
If they keep coming I'm goingto to bed. He In out 'again feeling

put up a sign something like much improved, though not en-
Judge and Mrs. B. K. Perry-
this "This Is Sternfoerger'a, not normal
man drove to 'Tampa last Friday tirely yet.
hamburgers Fruits 8
morning and returned Saturday Vegetables 0 .
afternoon. Judge Perryman attended Gets Army OrdersT.

the County Judges' Asuo- K. :AJcCl Jr.
Ll1c" County Blueberries Youngberries Strawberries Raspberries "
ciaUon of Florida. agent and a first lieutenant In .

'the Officers' Reserve Corps has Rhubarb, Spinach, Peas, Cauliflower, Peas and Carrots,
Mra S. P. Vandlvlere and son; ,
been called to active duty and
Pltner, of Orlando, returned home' must report to Camp Blandlng/ for Asparagus Cuts, Asparagus Spears, Brussels Sprouts,

Sunday afternoon after a 'visit physical examination on March Lima ''Beans Green Beans Golden Corn
here with Mra G.. W. Alderman 12. At Wednesday's meeting: of Beans

and lira. I* A. Canova.: the Rotary Club Mr. McCIunereolgrned \ coli, Squash, and Corn on Cob.

as president and E. L.
Price Day, of Boca Raton, a Matthews
vice-president, w a. selected I
free-lance fiction writer, l Is in to fill the unexpired term.
Starkd this week getting local 1 :,,,
color for a story with some of I
the scenes laid In this section, SeaFoods. '
Beautiful I
which he is preparing. for publica .

tion. Shrimp, Lobster Meat, Oysters, Scallops, Cod Fillets,

c ja/ Mr. and Mra. G. P. Dover*and ia FLOOR j I Flounder Fillets, Halibut Fillets, Haddock Fillets, Sword- "
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover, Jr.,
all of flubbing, :Minn.. ,,were guests LAMPS i fish Steaks, Halibut Steaks, Salmon Steaks, Mackerel '.1':
LIFE? this week'of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. 't
and Red Perch.
Flume. Mr. and Mrs. 0./ P.

Manhattan's famous Dover., Jr., remained for a longer 311 I ., .
T 1MB to get acquainted with visit. way
DuJkt the $2.00 white broadcloth ,. {l
country's outstanding t ., lV
shirt..Thta is no ordinary shirt we vouch for that! Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Reid have Light I

The Duke is Sizt-Pixt (avenge fabric shrinkage 1%,or moved Into the new' bungalow Meats e -
built by Mrs. 8- Dowling, on
te-CoUar.Ptrftct) (mellowed-in-moisture and meas- only i 1
Connelly St. Mr. and Mrs. Reid iI i

wed by htad)-M*.F rrlUQ(designed on living models come from Jacksonville and he Is I Loin Lamb Chops Rib Roast Sausage Links Chicken

for trim-fitting smartness).Try this superior Manhattan connected with the J. P. Roberts $5.95. I ,

shin today for a new kind of shirt satisfaction! Motors. I II I Roasters Chicken Broilers, Fryers. Turkey. 'f Ducklingsand 'ti

Mrs. J. S. Love drove to New : Chopped Steaks. ; 1

.....- -- York City this week and will be I II Club, Chair and ..
accompanied home by her

JI_ I Mrs. J. B. Peyrot, and later'l,) Ottoman $24.50 u _. f
arrived in America I
who have
GIf from Holland where they were : i :
Reclining Chair and qi
M4 .- living at the time of toe German ) I

I Invasion. Ottoman $29.50 A. M. DARBY'Sf.

If. A. McKlnnon. salesmanagerfor I ,

$: W. T. Chute, realtor, spent JOHN H. !

I'i the week-end in St. Petersburg- DENMARKFURNITURE P.hone 77 .212 Call Street Starke Florida

W. D. Matbla. machinist for '

STERNBERG'S I the Raleigh (W. C.) Time for CO.

: the past eeven years.. U visitinghis Starke Florida
: brother, O.'J. MathI. an em-
ploye at Camp Blandlng. r i


m.m.FE B .1 1941 1.


m FARMERS' SECTION I High Yielding I Little Basis! For Fear of Spiders, I LIVE STATE NEVISI

Yellow Corn Says University Entomologist Watson

c RURAL HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD Now AvailableFlorida Little Miss Muffet should have I saucer. A harmless, very beneficial PROCLAIMS "HELLENIC DAY" FULl. TIME AIDE -

gone on and finished her dinner animal to h a vein the I
SENSE. corn long Interested Tallahassee.-Hellenic Day Feb- To.llahassee-Ed
iF COMMON . growers when the spider sat down beside I house," the entomologist explained. R, Benul'J
in obtaining a high I ruary 21 was proclaimed by Governor -, Lakeland, !
p AN UNFRAMED PICTUREA yielding yellow variety will have her.This Holland with a request for runner-up candid, ,
CANDY RECIPES is the idea advanced byJ. The so-called "tarantulas" are attorney general
without trees last J
farm home one available for 1941, FlorlJent citizens of Florida to "consider year,
Candy making Isn't confined to R. Watson, State Experiment usually large spiders and their I
iit shrubbery, a lawn and flower Yellow being released this year and heed the,appeal of Greek re- been appointed full-tlme J
the Christmas season, by any I' Station entomologist, on the storyof bite, if they are goaded Into
without a frame- "
like picture tlve
$ a for the first time by the Florida II lief. secretary of the
i4 It forlorn and abandoned to a means, and so here's two more Station. the little lady of Mother Goose biting anyone Is not much worse Florid, *

friendless atmosphere. It sticks recipes that will find favor with" A Agricultural quantity of Experiment seed of the new fame who was so badly frightenedwhen I than the prick of a large needle. AIR BASE MANNEDTailahassee.The Association, and opened head J

out of the landscape like a sore ',moat folks. variety Is available for distribution a spider came along that Fiction has erroneously" labeled first contin- ters here February 15.

rt thumb, when it could so easily Florida Orange Candy! at the North Florida Experiment she forgot her dinner of curds the tarantula as a dangerous, venomous -
of enlisted '
I gent men assigned
;* be "tied to the ground" and madeto Requirements: 1 cup sugar, 1 Station In Quincy. and whey. animal. The largest of COLLINS HEADS DR.'"

be a part of a perfect arrange 1-2 cups rich sweet milk, 2 cups "The spider must have been I this group Is the "bird" spider the new $2,000,000 Army air base I I St. Augustine.-Brig,-Gen.,
ment pleasing to the eye and sugar, 1-2 cup shelled pecans, Florldent Yellow was bred by harmless for the only dangerous whose body grows to about two reported from the Forty-first AirBase vlan Collins, adjutant

more satisfactory from many grated rind of 2 oranges pinchof' Dr. Fred H. Hull, agronomistwith spider we have is the black Inches in length, deriving its Group now at MacDlll Field Florida has been named general

4 standpoints. 'salt, 1-2 cup butter, and 1-2 the! Experiment Station at widow, and the black widow P name from the reputation of being I Tampa. The men constituted the I I State director of selective

The farm home and the farm cup coconut. I Gainesville and Its yields have doesn't go gadding about over the able to kill young birds. advance groups of about 2,300''by National Director c. lit
'I A.
those of the best who will be when the
equaled prolific assigned
- busineia are closely) relatedand Melt the sugar (first cup called grass. If j'Mija.Muffet'had goneon "The "trap door" spider belongs I stra. He took over the I
varieties test. For the last base is commissioned for air
the success of the business side for la the recipe) In a heavy on with her' dinner 'and 'carefully to'the tarantula group." It>,xoakea I from H. P. Baya of Tampa"!

of the operation Is reflected In the pan. Scald the milk In a double five years It has averaged better watched the spider ahe probably a burrow In the ground and lines I'tra1rtfDgo'\hleprlng"OOo\\ '? I II' ...' ,.5, I\e same time Llcut.-Col nJ
home. All too often however, boiler. When sugar Is a light than 24 bushels per acre at would have learned some valuable It with silk to keep sand from I E.4'Or ce' of 'st. "AU8'118tI, '
Gainesville and 89 bushels at STATE-WIDE ,
more attention is paid to the straw color, add scalded milk. things about these creatures. falling Into it and to have a placed W. Branch Cone a
barns where the animals are The milk will come up to the top Quincy. It Is a companion to Spiders1 are helpful animals in ladder handy so It can emerge Tallahassee,-Governor Holland curement officer for the St8u' '
where I Florldent White, released for that they destroy many Insect Over the of its ,says that his orders against the lectlve
housed, than to the house, of the pan, but stir vigorously. quickly. top service office Cone
the people live. Through the efforts Add the other 2 cups of sugar and farm planting two years ago. pests and they rarely bite people burrow the spider weaves a door operation of slot machines applied -I brother of former Coy, ,

of home demonstration cook until it forms a soft ball in Field selection has resulted in ," Mr. Watson explained. of silk that is hinged on one to all section of the State. Cone became procurement offlj

agents and others, however this water ((238 degrees F.). Just be- the development of a yellow The entomologist used the re side, enabling It to spring out He received a telegraphed In December after reslgnin\

condition Is rapidly changing, and fore It Is done add nuts, orange variety that has outstanding ference to the'rhyme to emphasize quickly on any Insect that comes ment from J. G. Gordon, state-I executive secretary to C v
more attractive and convenient rind coconut, salt and butter. strength of stalk, a very high per- his point that people-women particularly along. attorney, that slot Cone.

farm homes are being built in Cool slightly and then beat as centage of the stalks standing up- -should protect spiders I The "purse-web" spider builds other gambling devices

Florida by the score. fiidire.!!! I right at harvest time. It Is a for the good that they do and because a long, narrow tube up the trunk erating in that tourist playground. (I DEFENSE FORCE FOR\rrn

!, ,4 These agents recommend de-- Honey Pecans prolific medium dent corn with all of them. Including the of a tree. When an fused strikes I TallahaslJee-Govem' ;"

(>J.' finite plans for roads.and walks; Requirement: 1-4 cup honey, 2 medium size ears covered with black widow, are loath to bite the tube. It vibrates and the RUTH BRYAN RHODE L. Holland Issued orders s

' ::!t4 the home vegetable, fruit, and1m"tll cups shelled pecans, 1-2 tsp. vanilla long tight heavy husks which anyone.So spider runs up the tube and bites Tallahassee,-Mrs. Ruth Bryan, establishment of an for I?

flower gardens; lawns and ornamental 1 1-2 cups sugar, and 1-2: give protection from weevils and much has ,been said about Its prey through the wall. The Rohde, former United States minister Defense Force to replace armed Flop

shrubs and trees. All are cup water. ear worms. : the black widow that Mr. Watson bite paralyzes the insect, the to Denmark and former, tional Guard now under the h

9'' necessary parts which may be Boll honey, sugar and water to J. D. Warner, agronomist in hardly thought It necessary spider cuts a hole in the tube Congresswoman from Florida, will L control. The Federal governnetj Fet:! ',

I' ,f united Into a pleasing, home-like, 236 degrees F., or until it formsa charge, says the North Florida to describe this spider other than and pulls its prey Inside and be the commencement speaker at he stated, will provide 1,700

kt atmosphere, with trees not only soft ball In water. 'Add vanilla Experiment Station Is selling seed : to point out that it is fairly com- then patches the tube. Florida State College for Women,. Immediately for I 11 s rift

1'f. used as windbreaks but as a and nuts and stir. Pick nuts a't $3.00 a bushel up to 10 bushela, 'con in outbuildings under boards, Getting a bit technical, the entomologist May 26. Mrs. Rhode, who holds I placed the age limits use of

;t frame or background for build- apart and allow to cool. and at $2.75 in larger quantities, and discarded tin can Cases of pointed out that taran- an honorary degree from, the college bodied male citizens at

.1; ings. They may screen, or hide, at Quincy. its biting persons are comparatively tulas have two lungs, while other will be the second woman serve In this force eligible
would like as
iI! i! unsightly structures about theo And you probably rare. He described some spiders have four. i commencement between
speaker in the col-
and 59. Neither
/fti which not to to try this recipe some time. Its other spiders that should officers nor n
; ; home are pleasing people "Instead of beingfrightened by lege's history.
Lawtey-Camp Road will be
called Bits. paid. The
4 the eye. "Heavenly know and be unafraid of, how spiders folks should observe and term of <
!. Shrubs are needed to partially Requirements: 2 cups flour, 7-8 Runs Into SnagJames ever.Wolf protect them. The black widow HUGE NAVY YARD listment will be for three yes
unless ,
" b obscure foundation lines and knit cup butter or margerlne, 8 tbap. spiders long-legged Is the only dangerous one, and Tampa,-The Tampa ShipbuildIng sooner discharged by t
confectioner's 2 tsp. va :McCoIskey and Earle dark brown I Governor, and all units shall i
buildings to their surroundings, sugar swiftly-moving animals the black widow won't bite any- Company here has been
define boundaries and screen unsightly nilla, and 1 cup pecans, chopped L Hardee, right-of-way agents from with four pairs/ of eyes -, one unless he mashes it or sticks as a naval repair designated and discharged at such time as 3
objects. Lawns should be fine. the division office of the State are common.on walls of homesIn his hand in her web and she bites National Guard of Florida U ,
building yard, and the Navy has I
paclous and pleasing, but not so Cream butter and sugar. Add L Road Department at Lake City, Florida., They do not spin him before she preceivea her mis authorized the first unit of turned to State control or win
a its
large as to make their care burd, flour and vanilla slowly and follow were looking over the records In webs, depending on their speed take. ,There are; hundreds of $1,000,000 plant services are no longer cc
, 'c ensome. with nuts. The mixture is I the office of Circuit Court Clerk, to catch roaches, files mos- spiders in Florida and all of to handle expansion program sldered necessary by the Cow'

In carrying out a lawn, shrub' very stiff and must be rolled out A. .). Thomas, recently. Workon quitoes, and other peats. "Includ them except the black widow The Navy Is ''expected Navy contracts nor. The Florida Defense Fo*.
I to awardto
and tree planting program, only with the hands. Bake in a hot the Lawtey-Blandlng' highway ing Its legs, the wolf spider some'should be protected," Mr. Watson -' the yard construction of four will be ,under the commandAdjutantGeneral
native plants and those known to was halted they stated when the times to be Vivian Cot'
oven about 10 minutes, or untila I grows, as big as a said. sea going for about
thrive in a locality should be golden brown. Roll In confec right-of-way ran point blank Into ftflfV Tn addition tugs the who will be assisted by JlaJ
used.! There Is a wealth of material tioner's the new rifle range which Col. R. onmnnnv' General Albert H. lllnding.I .
sugar Immediately upon L I submitted low i $
SAMPSON CITY RISING a bid of $2,955,0001
available for use in all removing from the oven. Make II. Kelley had established.The '

parts of Florida, and the finding,! about 70 cookies.Paralysis site for the rifle range By Mrs. S. 10:. Jone By Mrs. II. II. Lewis I'(j eels each on for four the CC-2 Maritime type cfcrgo Commis-ves-:I Legionnaires Asked

g of adapted shrubs, trees and had already been cleared: so there Mr. and Mrs. Stovall spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bunion Delacyof I sion. To List AbilitiesMilo
Brasses is an easy task. was nothing to lo but make
Fund a week-end in Tampa.W. Gieen Cove Springs' and :Mr. I
tf Farm families can obtain valuable I new survey for the road. J. M.Edwards I
assistance I In Profits From DriveThe H. Smith and children were and Mrs. Llnnen Gill of Auburn- HOLLAND SUSPENDS HILL Warner, National Co-
beautifying Is now this
their homes and farmsteads new in Jacksonville Sunday visiting dale were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I I Tallahassee,-Governor Holland mander of the American Ler

applying to their county home by Bradford County Infantile survey for the highway. The Mis. Smith and little son, Rich' 1 1. C. Lewis Sunday.Mr. suspended Leo. H. Hill of Jack-:, requests that all Legtonnalr-
Starke-Blandlng highway Is makIng -
demonstration agents or to the Paralysis Co mm I tee will be In satisfactory ard. They will be home Boon.Mr. i and Mrs. H. L. McCall sonville as labor representative I and all other World War vet
progress, they re-
State Home Demonstration Department good shape to aid some needy porte, The Blamtlng-Waldo and Mrs. Alfred Varnes I Miss Georgia McCall and Miss on the Florida Industrial communion ana whether'members of I
victim of the disease Mary Oliva Thomas, all of Jacksonville and appointed Arthur W. Legion or not, fill out the "!
In TallahasBee. The as a resultof road has been surveyed, and the were visiting in Graham Sunday. I
State Agricultural Extension Ser the most successful money- abstracts for same are "how being David Kelly and family from were dinner guests of Rltznur of Lake Worth In his, tlonat defense questionnaire"later r

Ii1 vice In Gainesville has bulletins raising drive ever experiencedhere. secured. r Starko were dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs., Bishop Thomas place. It was the first time Hoi- than. February 22.

which contain helpful suggestions and Mrs. Millard Varnes Sun- Saturday.Mrs. land has wielded hit power to 11 I I I "Completing and signing

' and plans) for foundation E. L. Matthews, chairman of| I, Loran Conner of Gum suspend State officials. The ac-, I[r questionnaire In no way increi1

z; plantings, lawns and so on. the Birthday Ball, states that the,j Florida Steers day.Shi Smith has been on the Branch spent part of last week lion Is subject to confirmation of i j;i the obligation on the part of I

These are sent free to Florida committee grossed $280.49 from'[,: Ready For Show sick list this week with the flu. with her parents Mr and Mrs. the State Senate at the next leglslutlve -I,; individual to serve the Unit

1 residentu on request, and will be the three sources of funds: the i I Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown have R. M. Crosby. session. Holland said in ,States, to a degree greater Iti

found quite worth while. dunce the March of Dimes cards, I I I II Florida cattle breeders and been sick with the flu but are Mrs. C. R. Edmondaon and his suspension order that Hill was p i the obligations of citizenship gi

:4 ,Florida Is a land of beauty and and the coin boxes.A feeders report to the Jacksonville better now. children Patsy and "guilty of malfeasance, nonfeas-, erally," Commander Wan

, deserves a large number of at-I total of $36.36 was realized Chamber of Commerce that they Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were Starke and Mm. C. A. Crosby Cleon and of ance" and neglect of duty In of, stated. "It 'simply means thai

tractive farm, homes. Now Is a from the March of Dimes, which will enter' between 250 and 300 visiting in Starke Sunday after- Mrs. J. W. Thomas of Brooker fice. case of an emergency, which

good time to plant trees and, was handled through the county .well finished steers In the seventh were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. hope will not arise, we are *
1 shrubs, particularly d eel I duo us schools. Lawtey Junior High annual Florida Fat Stock Show noon.Mrs.. Gilbert Brown spent last Crosby Sunday. KXPEN8E ACCOUNTSTallahasaeeAttorney trig to assist constituted aulho(

kinds. Lawns can be started at contributed $2.40 while B. H. S. I and Sale, February 25 and 23, week In Lake Butler with her Mrs. General L ties In certain capacities If
almost any time, but preferably made up the balance of $33.96. These steers will dress out into mother, Mrs. Wlmberly.GUM last E. J. Lewis returned home Watson says that Cabinet officers I quested, as well as reportinj

. in the spring and summer months. Other schools have not yet been : beef that equals In quality that with week after spending a while and all other officers and em- the qualifications) and capacll

heard from. The chairman expressed produced anywhere In the United' BRANCH her daughter and son-in-law, ployes of the State are covered for such service. In other wor

Deputy Collector his appreciation to teachers States. : Mr. and Mrs. Grover Moore at by a State law limiting their subsistence simply let It be known wl
By Mrs. Kild: 1'arrlnh Ft. Myers.
who cooperated s o wholeheartedly George Duke of Alachua expense'accounts to S4.SO' things we do best, so that If<
who I I
i1 L. F. rawllrkl, of Jacksonville, In the drive. showed the grand champion last Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McRae A, A. Thomas of Pompano, Mr. daily, and five cents a mile If'' should be needed, those In anorlty '
Deputy Collector for Bradford The coin boxes which of '' anti Mra Bob Thomas and chil they travel on State business In would know
were year, says he has an even better Pine Level 'were visiting Mr. where we co
and Alachua
office of John counties 1.. FahM, from Collector the placed: around town netted $11.13, one this year, Ills 1940 steer,I and Mrs. T. '1'j'J. Norman Monday dren, Rebecca and Bobble, of their own cars. His ruling: went 1 best serve." There l is no compton

of Internal while the Birthday Ball was the graded prime, the highest grade The Rev. Cole of Shamrock Brooker spent Monday afternoon to Comptroller J. M.. Lee. The whatever; but every lo1;
I Revenue for
Florida the Stateof largest m 0 n ey-ralser, grossing which a steer can attain. It Is spent the week-end here as the I with Mr. and ,Mrs,, Bishop $1.50 daily Is the maximum that, World War veteran will ''nn

Starke, was a business visitorin $227.00 In paid admissions. expected: that the steers will be I guest of Mr.'"> and Mm H H. I| Thomas. can be HDPnt for H/lfal n n_ !_'on"___-,..o_ _a*_..! want to register on that date
Mr. ..
recently. Paw- Half of the net profit from the I graded u i Mr. and meals within the State. It does) Mayor J I''
licki will bo at the Courthouse again this year by rep- iveone nn here from 8.30: A. M. until 12:00 drive will be sent to national resentatives of the federal Agricultural Mrs. Agnes Williams of Jacksonville spent Saturday in Jacksonville! not apply when officers are outside and Circuit Court Clerk A :

,j M., Thursday, February 27, :to headquarters to aid in the nationwide Marketing Service and is here visiting her par- !' with relatives. the State. I I I Thomas, officials in the 1 101'.

assist those who desire help In fight against Infantile the University of "'lorl.lAnimal/ ems, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. \| Dal Alagood and Miss Carolyn I post of the American Legion, w
'' making out their Income tax paralysis, the other half will remain Industry Department. Miss Odessa McRae of Pine Parrish of Alachua were visiting MOW; ROAn BOARD I j to announce than on February;

port. The dead-line for this re- In charge of the local committee Level spent Friday night with 'J. M. Parrlsh Sunday afternoon. Tl1llahassee-Oovernor Holland,I from 8 A. M., "as long as rceJt!
report -
Is March 15th. to be used In aiding needy Auto Tag Sales Miss Dorthy Norman. I Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Thomas completed reorganization of the stenographers will I be at i
local cases. Mrs. Leila Parrish spent Wednesday |i of Brooker spent the week-end State Road Department by ap-:'American: Legion Hall to ass'

N Sternberg, treasurer of the Reflect Boom and Thursday of last week 'j with Mm. Thomas parents. Mr. 'pointing three new members and: veterans In filling out th '

Relief At Last Hriniford County committee, asks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and and Mrs. F.. C. Lewis. designating Thomas A. Johnsonof blanks. Be sure to register

anyone knowing o f infantile Through last week\ a total of Mrs. B. M. McRae. of Pine Level. Mrs. Bert Shaw was visiting Pen acola as his choice for*I that date and help your Coin:

paralysis cases needing help to 2,601 license tags have been sold :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and the bedside of her daughter Miss chairman. Johnson, executive dl-i I be prepared for any I'merge!!

; ForYourConghCreomutaton communicate with the committee. In Bradford County, Tax Collec- children of the State Farm were Ruth Lewis, who is in St. Luke's rector of the Pensacola Housing I' that may arise I

tor C. A. Knight announced yes vlsltlnjj Mr. and Mrs. F S. Sapp Hospital In Jacksonville, with In- Authority, was appointed to the

relieves promptly beCause Mamj Serve In CCCA terday. Friday juries sustained In an automobile board to succeed Chairman John For sale Adding Machine IJ*

it goes rteht to the seat of the "With ten and a half months accident Sunday. H. Faulk of Chipley as the Third] Typewriter Ribbons at 1elcj'r'I'

trouble to help loosen and expel total of 2SO young men from yet to go, we have .already solda JOt I)RAIN' Air. and Mra L. L. Conner and Congressional District representative office.
ftcrm laden phlegm and aid nature this county have seen service In Jack F. Townsend
third more daughter Sr., of
I tags In 1941 than Elna. were
to; soothe and heal raw, tender. in Hy Mrs..Z.. Z. Griffls visiting Mr. Lake
flamed bronchial mucous mem the Civilian Conservation CoipaJurlnff ,[ during the entire year of 1940," > anti Mrs. W, C. .Conner Friday. Wales, Ridge Section lumber To reJje\.E''OLn
branea.Tell your druggist to seU you ; the past three and a half' MI' Knight said. Mrs. Harriett Chasen of Wellborn .. dealer, was named to succeed :

a botUe of Creomulalon with the un yeais, according to statistics released Of the total was visiting Mrs. F M. Garrett George L. Burr, Jr., of Winter
derstanding you must like the way it In Jacksonville this week number 1988 were BETHEL Haven, as member from Liquid
Sunday. the
quickly allays the cough or for passenger cam lOS for trucks Ity Mrs. First TahietsSalve
you are O. D. Woodard I
the District.
to have your money back. by State Welfare Board. 75 for trailers, 8 for taxicabs Mr. and Mm. F*. M. Garrett and James R. Stockton, 666

CREOMULSION 8 for motorcycles and 14 were family were visiting Steve Star Mrs. J. M Allen of Bethel is Jacksonville, real estate broker Nona Drop
Rent. "For Rent." lOc each. of [ succeeded E. A. ,
I dealer ling Lawtey Sunday. visiting her McCoIskey of
for Coughs.Chest tags. mother Mrs. St. Cough I)roj'
--- Colds Bronchitis Bradford County Telegraph, Mrs. A. J. firlfflsi Mrs. Sallv John, in Olustee. i Lake City, a s Second District Try. "Kub-My-TlMn" \\ondrtf1
EVERGREEN I[ TIson and :Mrs:' Florrle Wllb"f Miss Thelma St. John of Olus- representative. I LinamentFUNERALDIRE.cTOR

Ity Mra. F. A. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Sam I tee was visiting Mrs. J. M. Allen -

DR. L. L. COPELAND Rosier Clark of Lawtey were visiting Monday.Mr. .

Optometrist Mrs. Maggie F'orsythe of Jacksonville Clarence Sullivan last Sunday. ., and Mrs. A. M. Cllsson
Will Is spending several weeks Herman Garrett was visiting were guests at the home of Mrs. all Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to RCCtIC'EFFICIENT
' Camp landing Men here with her mother, Mrs, J. S. Mrs. Blanche Hardln of Ocala D. D. Woodard Sunday. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE

[ Rosier. Sunday. Mrs. D. Woodard and Ramer PRICES
Saturday Evening Till
9 O'clock Zenas Grlffls was visiting his Smith left
to visit DeW
. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hamiltonof Mrs. Molly JONES

48 %V. Forsyth Street Jacksonville Flo.F Winter Beach are located here! brother County., Wednesday.Mr. Joe Griff. of Clay Harrell Wednesday night. StaI'ke.c.Fl orlcla

at the home of Mrs. hamilton'sparents
and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baileyare Recent Births
Rosier visiting! Mr. and Mr. John .
while Mr. Hamilton Is
Prevatt this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee
employed at Stem's Everett Man-
Starke. Garage In Mr. and Mrs. Leo Griffin and ning Clay Hill, boy, February 8.

Mrs. Pete Grlffls were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie 1fJI
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosier and relatives In Lake
Sunday. Yarbrough. Starke 1fIJJ1
son. Howell, and Mrs. Joe Copeland Dan Boree of Jacksonville was 10.

of Jacksonville spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffla Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker
with II. F.. Roster and mother. Sunday. Df
Starke, boy. February 4.
Cecil Day spent the week-end Miss
Prevatt of Jacksonville Mr. and Mra.
rn Halnesr City visiting his fam- ,-was. visiting Miss Margaret tarke, girl, February Joseph 3.Starling ii: Do Your Tradingwhere
Morrell **" 0
ily.Mr. laat'weekend.. "Mr. ;:' sn!' Mni.i.J" U Walker,

and and Mrs. Russell* Redding Joe Grlffls of Clay County was Starke. boy February 4. .'ft ,PMC S.Rogers,Silverware *.?

IKE.Scad KTO son were visiting Mrs. Jean visiting relatives. in this section Mr. and Mrs Freeman Starling, given llh. liidi
booklet.Jottni "fOsk'ns! Wednesday.Mr. Sunday. away_ ..'* $40 In
Lawtey boy. February 4. or certificates.:
!<( ofBfiilht and Mrs. Bernard Rosier Mrs. Melba Kelsey of Oviedo Mr. and Mrs. John M. Allen Are KedeemedyJSJ
nj rcip 3d baby spent several days here and Mrs. Lonnle Tyre of Flora Starke ,
boy. January 23.
trith Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier home were visiting Mrs. Z. Z. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Grime S RTARKEGARAGE
Sunday.: "UrSe.: boy January 25.

FEB21 1941


.\ H('11In.Un JOHNS FRAN.. (S 1-4) except: about Three acres Four ((4) of Hloik Nine (IX). 1- Quarter (NKM of BWK) 'n 5.- '
CI : :\{. ANDHKWH. MARY... A. In SOUtheast. corner (Lake). In Lots Two (2) and Four (4)) of n '- .( (1<) TownshIp '
r AROUND LAWTEY 1VN! MIM.ARH I P. DROWN, Section Twenty-el .'OPHIA ('f)"TW JAPPBTl BROWN. hip Six' South Hange. Twenty.)], 1.1.. .. (2) .nnd Four ((4) of (21) Eat. ( I
1 1Cl..un N. 1'>. WYN'N HOn"RT'AIUtlN: : one ((21) Kant. t I >k 101 ven (XI P. All Block One (1), Two III.. r .
With Ruby Moore I-'H\NK S<. HOOSOV.! JO.SKHIi I H. Mouth Quarter (SV4> of reactionTwttntynlno Iota Two (2) nnd Four (4) of Three (5) Four (4). Vive (6).. .
WAimilN. J. WINFIKl.n I'AI.MKTt. 419) Township: Six liloi-k Twelve (XII). Eleven (l h. Twelve ((1 1). Hlxtera' -
)VAtvi'M\' rwiuawin.: WIUI.IAIU (6> Mouth Itance TwentyoneIt I.ota Tno (2) and Four ((4) of ( !'). Seventeen <1T). OIghtesa'' I !.' ,,
I MAXPKY PKI3K. JOHN I* OAKKIN' ( ) Kant.Went I Illock '.hlrl..n (X (18). Nineteen (It). and all Block :
; '\'nJ SERMON.EXEKCISES: : friends with two accord Ian eolos.Amocg .mpioved but will remain In St. !'. MOIU'IMKK. C. l.KWH. half of Northwest Quarter. Lots Two (2>, 11)4). Bit (8). except I.ots 1ev.. J
those attending were: Vincent's hospital Jacksonville I .10 [O l'n P. McL'DLUSY.) J. "'. WOI.J .- (WU of NW14) and I t\"t half ofHouFhviint Klit 111 (I) Ten (Id), lint Twelve (n. i'.Iaht (9). NIne (n. T... f ,
llESCI'IENT: l"N""lH'' M WOM'KNPBN: Quarter (KVi of MKV 1 ,) (1:1)!: of Ilwk, Fourteen (XIV). ). Eleven ). Twelve (12), f'
mGIIno Mrs. H. B. Arwood, Mrs. W. P. for some time yet. j II1HtTlJ.JU"t' WOIFRNPKN"I. .1. ('". except 2i\ acres In Rout I '"tCiirnvr I l. itg Two (U. Four (4),, (l, all Blocka(Twenty-two (ISTwentythree .
) .nSlOn; C'ervlce for Wyrlck, Mrs. Lee Euflcld Mrs.T. T'f11 I A ItT), JR .1. H. PElt'I5 J. n. In Suction Thirty-two Six (0), Flight (U. Nine (|I'). Ten (13). Twcn-four ;
Baccalaureate PIUCB. MAHY. I.ANW l'ItLei'I 1' and Townxhlp' Six (0) South Range ( in), Bleven (II), and Twelve Twenly.'lv" ( J
HIgh graduates was J. Terry Mrs. Jake Bhuford, BIIITUDATESL.awtey huxbHrid II. r'. I'ltlCM, It II.icy Twenty-one ((21) Bant.Liuta (((12) of Hlock Fifteen XV). e,4 US t'wenty-sov.n (27), '. :
Junior the schoolILoriuDl Mrs. Melvin Futch. Mrs. W. F. !\'OnN.! nvNiKij iiYAi.. THOMAS I ont>, Two Threw, Four O. All of Block HUteen (XVI). (II). Twenty-nine 'I., .
'ucted( Sunday In is celebratlrg a num- rit \\vh'oiin, i.itviN: JOHNS. MARY! 2, H, 4.) and Northwest Quarter All l."te. One (I P. Twit (2), SH| A (25)! Thirty (*0), Thlrty-one (31), i
7:30: ( p. in.Bev. I Moore. Mrs. Hal Edwards, :r.I1's.1 ber of this O WAlNWm-,11; T. H THOMAS (NWVi ) and Southwest QuarterSvtt a nut 1 of Lot Four (4); 1-ot Five I Thirty-two UI.: Thlrty..hl (3'),
at week.
Mary Bennett Mrs. Bob Smith birthdays MARY t\ THOMAS., ftollEUT A.::1 ( ) of Northwest Quarter ] (tit. till A of Lot Six (6) lots. Thtrty.ev n 7), ( Lake. I
Herbert Hazzard of Best wIshes to Mrs. Lee Kn-: ..IONIJ: 8. C TOWNWRND. AARON: (NVh i) of Suction. Thirty-three' lOu, nndV..nt h.1 of 1.01.1 tihorea. In Suctions Tw"ntyIourU
h41 Church delivered I and Mrs, J. E.: Shuford. field. Little P. BMtTII.. aIM"> known a* A. P. (U). TownshIp tUx (sri Houth;I A. R, anti Lots C. j of ( and Twenty-five. (25). Township ;
e Methodist Raymond Redding, iM ITI I. C!. M. Ill I I T.I.I-'M, J. W. Itange Twenty-one (31)) Bust.. Nineteen' ((111), LoCI A and H of Six (N) Mouth H..C.. Twentyone '
Herman and two numbers were 1 MRS. MOORE TO SPEAK Louise llarr Grace McDonald HARRIS.: A. YAU, PRANK JONKS, A II fractional S..cllun Thirty.five I.ot Twenty-one (SI) of Block (It) East .
service by the and Will H. Edwards.CONGRATULATIONS. KI.OKII HART. Joined by herhUKbmtl. -15); Towtmhlp Six (6) South Seventeen (XVII). Kant Ten .(10) acre. ot Lot Three J .
during! the AT METHODIST CHURCH I. IKORan 11 HART, Range Twenty-one (21) Kaat.Northeast : I Lota three (n, 'rive (5) and" Six (3), beIng the Northeast.Quarter (
':; Mrs. David W. Moore :Mr. nil"')) UOWFM: THOMAS: DYAI., Quarter of NortheastQuarter (5) of Illock Khteen:< (XVIII). of Northwest Quarter (NfcH. of I. \
t Club. acting N'KWNAN: <-. WAINWRIOIIT !MRS (NkV of NF.4) and Lot One (1), Two ((2) Four (4). NWvi In flection I ,'
Graduation Exercises were Superintendent of Grace Metho- and Mrs. D. R. Redding on K. P. mt 13 W whose true ChrlMiannnm ', I .Fractional Northwest Quarter ofNnrlheawt Five Itt l1d SU (A). mock Nineteen (2 >r Township. 81* Twenty-f., tout1 I i

Tuesday night dist Church School will be the their wedding anniversary. I > I I. unknown. :Joined liy h..rh".I. Quarter (N W U of ( ). Range Twenty-one (11) '.I .
to a close tVRKW. Lot One (1) Throw (3), Five
Igbt K. H. APPIP1VARNtn NI':", ) and Fractional Northwest Northwest Quarter of Southwest '
he Ninth Grade student speaker Sunday evening at 7:30 : l.I'NA Mel.PrUS. IltPY Quarter NWl,.) and all South (ef) and Six (I) of Block Twenty Quarter (NW4 of BWJO to 5.0. .;, ,
from S.sparks. o'clock. This i To Heart- nrPREFI.( I MIVNTH PRICK. MRS.n.RM half (1:1'11): North of S. A. U It. It.. I ( ), lion Thlrty-three Township I '
l"ved diplomas being I (33
their Missionary For the past month or more HlilniN l K n chairman and senior Sunday her topic will be "The' C'I.-\I liri.TllNO. "HTKRI.INU S. hip siv (n South 1tangaiwenty. nine ((2!) Thirty (30))I. (It) least. I''. ,
County I've been watching a great white PMl'M-1. LENA MRS AIAMIUHOUTiV one (II) East. (21). South Qsarterof Bouthweat. Qwar .
Bradford :
Human Side of Home Missions"and tl"A\ 'rrW '
:lber of the hog complacently ambling around : A 0 ? All Fractional Section except three .tT lrtC3llr: (34). ter of Norlheaat Quarter ($14 of 4', ", .
| Board. will be of Interest to the HORTOV, III NAN I*. WYNN OfO.M. North Quarter of Northeast Quarter Thlrty-fUe (38)). (*8). of ) of a..tonFh" ,
,>01>l Lawtey rooting for acrons. It "1. 1MOR and wife. MRS. OKxmUHK. > .ty- ? f\\ NK' Seven ,
Nor NE of
( 4) Section One .
Ll9g ieaa Edwards accordlanTelected young people as well as adult was such a splendid specimen of PAOB, whose true hrlMlan (0. Township Seven (7) South, 7 It) and y'.lrlc nine Tem.y.a Iht Ranice Twenly-one (II) Mast.Northeast .
"Moonlight: and members of the church. name l I" unknown: II J. MH.T.IllAN. H....", .. Twenty-one (II) ICa..t. All hluck I hr... (43). Southof Quarter (NIAl.* '. i
I hog-hood that I could not under- T. J AI.f"'I' nJ\\AN.\ W. ('. fOM.INS' All frnctl.(.nal Section except R. H. A. I. West half of .., .
solo, and the stage There have been no evening .IOu:. rm.roPK. ABSALOM' TIt(). Iallw..y.Nnrth NWU and Northwest I
t3" as a tund why the owner let sucha I It. Right of Way. Suction: Two half. K".I..t. Quarter IW\ of
decorated with services at Grace Church for a MAS, 1' KUWAIW. rm-KKRioN. d>. TownshIp Seven (7) South (NM, of "SBS ten (IS) ( .. n t Mouthw..t Quarter I j', ,,
fc beautifully valuable piece of i MAltY F) TRfllY, mid huxhnnd., J. of SW ) SoulheastQuarter "
propurty I Rnnire 'Uwenty-oMe (21) 15a..t. acreM In (Soutlieaxt, corner: and (NWV4 % .t .1.
number of
bamboo'and num- Sundays but both !I{. .
TIU'HY. Itrcssin !M mVIS nnilluiMlmnd. of flouthweat Quarter ;
All Suction
|, branches vnnder loose at the of except R. South Quarter nf Southeast Qu.irter -
baskets of pink and morning and evening services are mercy W. }oJ. 1).VIS. 1 KI.OIUN' I.. It. RlKllt or Way of Section' ((3), of L4othuet> Quarter ( of ( W4 of' ttWand NorthweetQiinrter I
U large passing cars. TONRS, PIF.HHK: A. I'lUlNARn.: TowtiHlilp MovriT) 'South, RattfieTwent HIl'4 of SM'' > In Section SI. (S>. .of Southeast Quarter
"1n,1\nll. "Ah! Lovely I to be continued from now on. I I WVKN 1"J' W'lHNARn.: ('I. MIK I.ToItltc |I.. :: }'-one (Ii) Kant.All .:, Townnhlp. ((7) South, Ranice (NWV. of HBU) In Section Nine
-*' --on selection by VVaa this a stray' anmal that MARTHA PUWKKS I : lL1.: Southttant. Qtiaiter (5E14) l.v-. 'I'.nly-on.H..v.1(21)) BantNortheait (9), Township Seven (1 (oul" ,'
flows' was the KAHijTn\ n l''TT: s. ..1.i'nnuc'nir !tange Twenty-one" (*1) '
I The Women's Society of tad wandered away from some I log South: of 8. A. U Ry. exceptMia. \ Quarter of Norlh"a.tqu..I..r .
"ft C.-irpInhi'r, I. M. Northwest quarter of BnuthweirtQuarter
Glee Club. tlan Service will meet Ch"1 asture? Hardly--yet the owner "A HN.\llrn. H. ("\; WYAI.N. 11. H. In Section JoMephlne.. Frtur Hall'H(4).fouf T..wn acteN ihlp, (Nh'.i/i' of NK'/, ) .andSxiithwomt (NWV of flWW In Heetliiii '.
girls were dressed I I THOM M it, It I I.. K UHKI.r."' IIKOII-\. Qlart..r of NnrthnnKtQimrter Fourteen (14), TownshIp I ,
afternoon 25 ( (7) Range Twenty- I
February .nuat have considered .
cbe! young him as valuable (SWV NEI4) .
cia: KTTWH, WII.KY HO"I. rU'o> j., one "h ) Kant.outh 0.,1 1..1hll Seven (T) Houth. I In nice Twenty. '
-asusl shades of blue and pink home of Mrs. L. H. Hill Insteadof as: I thought. I 1 C\ VUllPHY HYV.\NNAII HRKSrOTT. : of "Houthnant Quaiter (HV one (21) Bast. ,
oft hair of Southwest' Quaiterj I :',) nnd. all Northwest QuaiterNWW Quarter .
.1 C. ) 11.- of
corsages ItApLt.IION.V South half
|I l wore shoulder with Mrs. I. D. Cody as previously Friday morning I saw a hor- f.f AM rnosriY.: .fAY'J' JOIINI4VIYATAI1 '. (SSi! of KVV"4) xcipt three acres ) ) South I of llrHiich. In Hoc- of Northeast Northwc.t Quarter
I' gladioli and sweet peas. reported.Mrs. ilbld sight! Could this be the \ I'. YOtlNO.:" nnd Wife,, In Northwest. corner and fiveaero tlon Klirlit I (Hi, TownMilp Seven NW, of NI'I.nd North half of )
Iti Southwest corner and South/ lunwo Twenty-one '
1.17/-MI I'. YlitTNd, MARY KACII. (1 hwe..I Quarter of NortheAst :
Evelyn Edwards came hog I had admired and except nil of Went' half of North I) Bast.Northeaul. ..II '
Graduates: Cody is leaving for Wash- rI'Oll'l'1n.VII! 1,1AM I' YN<'Y. (NS4 of of NI"U' \
I Griff, R. W. Mosley, ington D. C. the last of the nicknamed "Whltey." with eyes ,PANNII8; \: HIJMNKR .. "'IUr.nmHICKi. went. Quarter of Houthwost Quurt Quarter r>f Norlhw..tQUt'I.r Quarter and Southwest eW' of Northwest '
ell ('RAt"*. HAM11KI. A. SWANN It r of MouthwuHt Quitrter (WH (NUU l of NWVi of 8 atlon Quarter (SWS( of NWK) fif I'
twit) Plummer Marvin Rosier. wed because of the Illness of almost closed badly burned halfway I iiirKs. 1.1IVA l i It u MI-I-ARTY, of NW-4; of SSWV'i\ of JHWV, ) Mouth I Nine 01) Tuwnnblp Seven .(7)) "Section Sixteen (It). Township I

lam Bennett Romeo Prescott, her brother McCorkle. up Its back with paper and anil wife, 12UZAIIKTII !Mc-CARTY, i>f Railway i In Sactloti I Four (4)'l'tWIshIp P'xtth, Ilanite Twenty-one (21) Seven (T) South, llance, T..t'I,. I
Billy JO'FPIl! M. ALVAREZ!. .1. M.HKMIOPFR Seven (7> South, Itanice Bast. one (21) Uast.Northeast '." ,
IF, | Marr. Myrtle Johns Clar- Mrs. Howard Curtis returnedto trash clinging to raw hide slowly ,A H>A A. CHASM.WIM.IAM :. Twenty-one (21). East.Northeast of. Southwest I All North half of Northwest Quarter of Northwest I' i
ice King. Juanita Prevatt New York City last Friday making Its tortuous way along : IIIU.I. RATIO'rNDRnHII.U' laviNUSTON.I I N.I>. H I. Quarter (NKV of HWV ) and Bast Quarter North (NV4 of itf NVVV4) and all l Quarter (N 4 NW\) ln 110. ,
half Southeast Quarterof tlon (22) Township I
We Shuford and Floyd Rosier. after a two weeks visit with her Surely no one would Injure an AMKS.! : UI5OKOH A.f"! HCO'l'TJ.J.A half of Northwext. Quarter of Northwest Quarter (N>4 of Twenty-two Ilanre '..atr-.n. I
Southwest Quarter (Eft of NWV4 Ruth
Krcmbers of the Glee Club are: husband who is employed at animal on purpose but why make IK-HI' ;> N. MARfOTTK O' OHIO' AUPHONSia C.- of SW \14) In Hectlon Four ((4i. SKW of NWU Heciiiin) North of U. S. (7) Bast. '

kylle Elliot, Oracle Fountain Camp Blanding.Mrs. .. e.ven a poor hog suffer just be- I KIKJS15! I 1IfAUI'"OTTI-1i'1lI''P' : .n.lwife. Township Seven' (1). South Kanifa F.ship Ry..H.v..n In Ten"South.(10). Tnwn-Range YOU AND EACH OF YOU.whether J \
(tl) (1 known or unknown are
trice Rosier Pansy Reddish. J. L. Harrell and Miss cause we are too busy to keep AIIRA A. PAimER, I.KNA V. i.(2': > nJ..T't.r.... (S), or Twenty-one ( Bast.Northeast hereby notified that a suit boa '.'

Marguerite Wain- the gate closed, or mend the HIHUARD ALVIN A. AHCHAMOKAtll Northwest Quarter (NWM\ : Lot Quarter. of Northeast been brought against you In the i
try Rosier Catherine ,
Young were guests of 1 1 or all fractional West half of Quarter (NJJ' of NBVi In Heu. Circuit( Court of Bradford founty.Florida. ,.f. !
light, Vera Mae Moaley. Vlr- Mr. and Mrs. E. Fryer of Moul- fence that would protect our live T. MRS. JAMES; oJltl. Northeast Quarter (WUt of NE'4! ) linn ), Township. Seven. In Chancery by W. BHinlthl I .'
Eunice 1 a wld..>w. SIMON ?, .- lying North and of Cornelia (7) South, RmiKe 'Twentyone. hat the nature of said suit I' ,
Eula Mae stock?We would not leave our
|ila Smith trle Ga., Saturday and Sunday. S.' HAII.TCY. J n., JOhN VKI.ACK.. Street: according to plat of Sampson (21) East,. I. to quiet .nd confirm plitlntlfratitle I
a Jean Reddish Eunice WOkon. Mrs. E. R. Matthews (nee Eliza- car or any other property be- THBOPIIIM'H CHAPMAN WH... City In Section Four (41, North Quarter (NVO) and North to the land above described '. ,
Ed- I of MAM J. JONKS. THOMAH' J. ROIIKRTH Township. Seven (7) South Kanae half of Houthwest Quarter of and" you are hereby. required to file I
Lou to at the
Bertlce Rosier beth Howe) of Jacksonville spent longing us mercy : CI.KO niNKINM. an heir at Tw..nty(21) Baet.AI Northeast Quarter ( of 8W<4 with the Clerk of said Court In hI. I .

irds, Mary Lou Rosier Alice Tuesday with her parents Mr. the public to care for to use or law of It. II. DtnkliiH ..lAii.HNnl, ..KO: Commence at center of O. of NIIJ i > and North t 'N. of Mouth office at Mtarfce, Bradford County, .I
JOHN F.lOHIt.\ JOHBPM Y. '*4. A'" F. Hy. track opposite mile ? Northwest (NMof Florida. your written appearance. .
loves, Irene Prevatt, Audrey and Mrs. J. H. Howe. abuse,-then why let our cows PORTRR. L.KON: : Ul'JTKI.I.IICU' J. pout marked 244 from Maonn HW( of NW >4) in Section quarl.1 h..uo".1 or by attorney) on the i' ", I

lews.hi. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wooten and hogs run loose when they K. ti iitAvr: JOHN 1.\m\I: WON.: H. and 41 from Pnlatka and runlast (12)), Township Heven (7)) TW..IV.I first Monday In March. A. IX 1.4I. '. I
1-3: HINC'KM:. I.. U WAI.TKR .- : on said railway track I2T itange, (21) Doing' the third 1 day of auld month, J i
were in Live Oak Tuesday aft; are so apt to be injured or even : UOHKIITSON: F. R. !MORIIAN feet South 62 feet, to point of Nortbeaat Tw.nly.on.Quarter of Northeast and hereafter to file with sal '
:i. AM> MKS. lULL worse, be the cause of a horrible W. A !MAYH. W M PARK Kit. tntlrronpnrttve I>p/IIInO/ th nce South 627 feet. C Quarter (NH'M] of and Clerk your written defense If )1 :
ernoon. : ,
JSTKKT.VLN GRADUATES unknown hi'lrn ut law, fe.t. North BIB fent to Ni't beast Quarter nf NJolt . : Lamar Smith returned to Law- accident on our highway? l,,K ... (Rrnnteee or aseIna S A. I. Intway. th.n..." North Quarter llaimedlately: following the Com- Would you want to have on : C. It ROflKRS: 1'O.MPANY. 71 d"Kri.eH I..t alonl right of : SHVKtilevn Ill, Township ,
15th from South '
Service Tuesday tey February J. W. ANUnJ WI'Io'nN, It. i). way J07 .... 2 feet to ((7) Riinite full not or Judgment '': ,
)ncement Carolina where he has been employed your conscience' the thought that ('AR I' LI.H. A t Mr. and Mrs. L. H. even-I AHHBIjH trailing anil | | Townnhlp Seven (7) .
: animal might bo the cause \ (4)), .
your .1"i i
in the Charleston Navy noon an tile firm >,< R ,; UaiiRe Twenty-one ((21) half of North half of North. Bradford County Telegraph, r;.
tined the graduates and amber f"'h. wont Quarter (H'4' of NVi of The
Yard as a policeman since Sep- of some one being badly injuredor FONS ('O: MONROi: VKNAI1I.K, NV'4)> uml Houthwvst, ofNorthwest a newspaper of general rlrctilut. toaiiubltshud t ',1' I
of their friends at their losing his life? W. .1. JfNKM\ AND W T. ROIIKRTH: And the following Lots nnd Quarter In Tlradford, County, Florida
tember. Mr. Smith will return to Qiiurlur' (IiW\4\ of \
In the rn.lnK! nn"l rtolnn tniHlnpHH n.VNNAI.t.l'1JONJS Hlocks In Sampson City, Florida > 1:: Is hereby deslicnatnd a. thenewspaper :.
[ Games were played N W < > nnd Mouthwsst Jiiiirter
me. tiMLAN'l'riiw recordiul In the j
: )
I Charleston Saturday to resume UH pur plat III which thin notice .
In $ Mix (0). Town.xhlp
tgt living room before the opene My town no longer Is a sleepy Ij'r: itA 1I1'I.: & WII.K13N COMPANY of Ilrudford County Florida Httven N..ctoll South. ItangeTWCfltytW shall be published once a. week for 'b I
his duties there.F. J. Pol. TIIUHY ttn.l J. A. '
; : week prior te frI
until a late hour when re- village () ((21)) East I I four .n.p.utlv. '
IrnillnK ni'lilolnic of Hlock Five (VP.)
HOW IV co-Diirtnrrx All
R. Carradine was in Jack- .aid, of March D.
Itshments were served.iThs I Beside a railroad track > t.iiMlnpMS an TRIIIIY & HOWKi; Lots Da, Ten (10). tin. 12. Its, Northwest Quarler of Northwest'Quarter 1941. A 1
sonville on business Tuesday. N. J. JONKM-anU W. II. IIAYNIflS" 14. 17, It, 19, 20. of Sit (NW. of NVVU) In M o.tlon .
/ i Enza Ulanchard and :Miss 'Tin a growing, bustling clty- partners. trnilinw Hml .iloln u..l.) (VI l. luck ::: Sewn (7)). Townelilp, Seven WlTNI'iHH' my hand and the neat 'I "

ItUierlne Young assisted Mrs. Miss Catherine Young. 8th So I must not hold It back. need an W. H IIAYNKS:'! COMPANY, All niocta Haven (VII except ((7) Houth Itaniie Twenty-two of r said, Court at Htarka. llradforel .7
is her helm atlaw. .. h. Nine.teen (22) Bast. (County on thin tothj day I
to unknown IOI'
grade teacher returning their respective lot" Ten (10)) v Florldab
Ill i In entertaining. I shall raise my living standard 1./ot..te./ deviseeii.. Krnnteen. ( and, ''lwvntv-un (lit.l.nts "uul.t Quarter of Southwest of 1.41., .'.
home In Lakeland shortly after And aim like those who strive Ntici'..KHiirH. or u..lKn.., ritA nl.Jo1 TMlUI 19.) ( 1)). Two (2. allf Four (SIi.4 I '! of> HWI4) and .- (OFFICIAL MEAT) A. J. Thomas, ',
:t.\DUATE. ENJOY the closing of the Lawtey School I 01 >Cir. 1.. M I..\WSON and (. of SHock Eight VI 1-2 aIres In Southeast" corner of Clerk of Clre"1 Court Bradford I
To keep the faith 'twlx man and .1. A. IANIKRHKI/KN.: ...< Trustees Lots Two it). (3), and Northeast Quarter. of ROlllhw."t I County. t-Sl lit I-2S "
j KIN: : Kit; KOAST Friday. God, for PIXtR1l I.ANP AND !MORTOAOM ,Z"I

I Friday evening February 14th, Prof. I. B. Cody is starting a And .how that I'm alive. mtlSBOlH.COMPANY Trustee: l.TI JOHN, EVA I.. OAK-II :.......eee..eeam aeaae..O... ......... '

le Ninth Grade Members were graduate course at the Univer- I KINS. Trustee for Htarke and

btertalned at the home'of -Mr. sity of Florida 'and will later reside (ampxnn City Rnllrood Company; .

ha( Mrs. I. B. Cody b Y the in Gainesville temporarily. New Manager and their a.respective..lorn,,; HKKVAltU unknown mii-aoummi PHOPKRTIKH / : i ;

I g&th Grade at a Weiner Roast. Mr; and Mrs. J. G. Kelly of Robert M. Milstead arrived here "., ,,,:.oratlon.' INC., ATLANTIC It. dlHxnUed LUMHKIl Florida i 00 Ie '

J A number of out-of-doors games Mayo and their daughters, Carol last week to assume managementof "COMPANY a dissolved Florida you I' .
line Hazel and Janet were Sun Corporation. MMPIRIJ! : I.UMUKR
lore played and refreshments the Bradford News Co., magazine COMPANY n illMBolved Florida ror- Q Z .;
visitors at the home of Mr. Bradford ) AN1) ,1"
Insisting day distributors serving n rnllon, I"I.onll'* I.ANI
) of w e I n ers. rolls, COMPANY a dl..- ,
1 irJimallows: and cold drinks and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Clay Putnam and parts of milv IMMIGRATION I .d Florida corporation( i FLOR. 0 ;

ore enjoyed by all present. Misses Dora and Winnie Bry- Alachua counties. Mr. Mltetead II>A RAILROAD Florida. corporation COMPANY; IWADF0ltl a dMnnlved -- : "TUCK YOUR CAR IN" 0 ;

Miss Catherine ant have returned from Mac- is formerly ot Columbus Ohio. > COUNTY nKVKLOPMBNT I

| Young assisted clenny after a four weeks visit COMPANY n dlxmilved Florida, corItnratlnn. c
co-hostess for this delightful IN Tim 'IIU'I'I'r tUlIP OK TIIKKHillMI FLORIDA MUCK? LAND 0
with their Mr. and Mrs.D. '
parents, ClllfHIT' IVAlt dlnitiilved Florida cor-
|rca lon.INOTHEU. .111)11'1. (COMPANY n
B. Bryant and are now em- FOH 1IM4I1POHII COUNTY.Kl.Olllllt. nitration; AMMLKIC LUMH15R COM- ? =
I IN CII.t*iCUIIKloUe PANY. a dissolved Florida corporation --
NEW CAICK: ployed at the Lawtey Restaurant. Wntte Karris.Plaintiff. : TLANTIC. HIIWANNKMHIvViR : night i

|l'ENS: hERE Friends of Miss Ern e s tine & I1m.1' RAILWAY COM- _
dl."lved Fl"rliln' porporatlltn 1
Hanson's'Gulf Station Restau- Moore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bethel-va-Rlchardnon Farris, Jr. PANY. ;a MACON CONSTRUCTION. SS __ I] ;I' ',
.. I
t opened the early part ofhis W. F. Moore will regret to learnof \: Defendant.NOTIt'M TO DRFRNDANT. COMPANY; HRAWFOHD n dlecnlved tleoro-lii COUNTY' t* r.poratlon .5 ___ _' ___ Sr "

week in the building located her illness of the past week. IN TIIK NAMK OK" TIIK STATE HANK, a dlnm.lveil. Florida. ,'orllOrlltlonci :, ;
the Baby Ola May Phillips, daugh. OF FLORIDA. GREETINGS: HAWThORNE STATE !HANK : ,
former Lawtey Bank site. Karri. Jr. : 'JI'
TO: Bethel ItlchardHon !) d Florida or II I
P. Hanson Is owner and man- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phil- whose addreKH In Oeneral Delivery, HANK OF STAIIKB, A ,llse.ives4I.'loriIa .

of lips has been ill for a number ol Ueoriretown, 8. C. cnrporatlnn; MKH''IIANTH I jj.
'er the Gulf Station as well You are hereby notified that a & FAltMF.HK! HANK. a dissolved l I ;
the restaurant. days.Master bill of complaint has been filed corporation: nnd the NATIONAl.
Alvin Lewis Is against you In the hove and foregoing HANK OF BT. riBTERHIIUIta.' ( a
He Is equipped at the present cause In chancery. dissolved corporation and all unknown 'i i.
to You are further notified and persons or parties. whether I
Jme serve about forty per- Typewriter and axMIng machinefor ordered to enter your written natural. corporate or municipal. A t. ,

rn at one meal and Is catering sale at the Bradford County to said bill of com. claim'ln", any interest. under orfrom __ '
: : ralc'th Clerkof or S ,ti 1
family trade plaint office 1 of the said dlimnlved corporation I
as well as tour- ribbons also other office supplies the Circuit Court In and for otherwlnei and all unknown per-

'(5. The restaurant Is opened Telegraph Office. aid county, either* peraonally or eon or nartlen "11:1: 'd"nrhI'f''I': r f, '
before the Rule interest
Ir breakfast hv attorney on 01 title or
at 6:00: A. M., liny In March the name being the.' lowingdescribed land situate. lying 'i ;I
ryes regular dinners and re- IV Till; ClltrillT fOI'IIT KOItTil :3rd day of said month A. D. and being In Bradford County .
s ..) KKillTII J|!|>ICI'I. Clll. or to have a default entered J9U'1 to-wit: 'I
open until near midnight, ('1'1'' OK FtOItIIt. iA N n for failure to fa appear.It Nurthw..t Quarl..r of VIuthwestquarter '
(..lying a full line of sandwiches KOU IIIIAIIFOItU COUNTY. IX you In further ordered that this. (NW'4 nf HW4), of Heatlon > L' ,
''W (;tiWepil ItV. notice b.l published In the Ilrad- Fifteen (15). Townnhlp Kl* .
drinks etc. If 'It's One of these Four New Additions to the .
Frank K. DeMott ford County Telegraph a newspaper "1) South Itanire Twenty-one (21) : Not
:Mr. Hanson opened the Gulf Plaintiff of general I circulation PUhlUhed East containing" Forty (40) Acren.Northeaet : .
Itation -V.DIVORCE In .iild County of Bradford Quarter of Hoiithea.tQuarter SS BUICK SPICIAL line that Compact Automobile : ;
the first of January and Winifred :DeMott. once each week for four coneecu- (NI' '/, of $E' %, ) and "..uth

JB In his shop an experienced fle5fottPfpn4anL ; tive w..ek" half of floulheant. Quarter (8H> of Bigness Into Fewer Dwmpor-to-Dumpor InchesHI'im i
: TO APPKAH of January Sixteen (In.
.echanle Pone this 29th day HH l) of "Ht-ctlnn :
from the Pontiac., THE STATK: OF FLORIDA: A. O. JUl.OI"FIC'"IAL. Township Hlx (8) Houih ItangeTwentyone .
Ucb.. General TO: Winifred l>DeMott PEAL) A..1. Thomas (21) East. containing : : t.
Motors factory asa Residence Unknown.It Clerk( Circuit Court. One Hundred, Twenty 120) AcreI I, of late the modern automo. eight under their bonnets.

asslsta.nt.1l" I.. hereby ordered that you are John J. Ilendernon Esq.. Northwest Quarter( of Boutheaat :
required to appear on the 3rd day Solicitor fur plaintiff. 1.31 4t I-Z1 quarter CN'V',i of PKM, of H..r.tlon : has been giving a pretty i
("E \SEOUS of Marrh.. 1911. before the hove I Seventeen (1T). Townablp Sit I Hut by the simple step of compicthtgthe .
flit SHOWER entitled Court: to the lllll of Complaint : : OF' Mils. PLtlMMEK film against you In the 1.'( TIIM ciitrIT COI'IIT.II'llfr..I. Kant containing Forty (40) Acreii.North .G all this obllty. goodness and value on. i
On Valentine's ahove entitled cause, and "The Ki.iiiiiiv KK.iirii half I.f Northeast Quarter I morning.It '
Day Mrs. Rob- Bradford County Telegraph" Is ('1".1 J'I'. IM AM) FOIl' of NK"1. and Southeast, a I I I lee uase, wo vo trimmed
(N'/4 118'
""t Campbell i t' >l' NTV., IV CII: tSKitY! S
the newspaper Foul
entertained for Mrs. hereby doHltinatfld! an QVi.rter of Nnrthwe.t Quarl.rBKW
IHI IUmmcr at In which this order shall W. II. bIN I'lalntlff ITFI, ( of NW'/i> and Nnrtheant I, S has stretched and s-t-r-c-t-c-h-c-d off tho over-all length-snt : .
a miscellaneous week tor four
ba published once a of "Houthwent" QuarterNKVi
wal shower. The winners in I, ((4) conswrutlve. weeks. nONALI I.. McKAY. et a I., Quarter( of HW'' ) and South half Suntil today you almost have to have dollars off the cost.We're -

10 contest of skill, namely Pie I Adklns. WITNESS, as. Judire the Honorable of this Court.A. Z. .v-U''HnuiTnTb PITHI.fCATIONNOTICR 001 BT' TITLE- : of SW',4 Hrmthwff> and Went Quarter half of HH Roul h.I of..,I. a shoehorn to get a car of any suse i' .

IIzlo Contest and Valentine"ords. I And the Seal of this Court In the NOTICB 01" >t Ouarter nf rloutheant QuarJer passing those dollar savings on *.
\ Bradford County TO I HHMl. In in the, family .
city of Htarke, ( of : tucked garage.We
and wife. away
idnwWer"I Mn- Lee Enfield FlorIda. this 29th day of January.. : CAHI.YI-R PAIlt-YLB PEKK.PF.KK whose true H-rtlon \wenty-one ill. To""n-\" \, to you, "I hich; I makes. three reasons. for .

'. H. B. Arwood. I 1941. A. J. ThomAs MIIH.Christian! name le unknown of ship Sit. C) Houth.containing ttanireTwentyone going to see these honeys S ,
1Irs (IFFICIAI SEAL) (II) East, nowj .
Ii- SS
riumm '' received many I Clerk of the circuit Court. lirad 11203) Klmh..nk Av..nue. (hIago and Two hundred. Misty (260) Ar,... thought I something 'ought to I he You.1 S
IVely gifts' I Florida. linnis, ("HAUtI'Y HAIUION of NorthwestQuarter (jo for ability _ _
during the ford County HARMON.: H'Mithweit" Quarter tIelI
afternoon wife, MIt4.! "IIARI.JoY of NWW and about that.
lid Hacs.Attorney
Lloyd MWVl\
Miss i I.
Margaret Carter enter- I| for Plaintiff who" true Christian name MRs.OlcItTituDE North half of Southwest Quarter : tone -your wife PRICIS e. '
:LIned 1 J-zl or W.'nn. '
the Jacksonville Florida. 1-31 H known. of HW'i! and Southeast! BIOIN AT
honor and hus- guest and NICKOf..ON will'1 f.
I I NICKOIM'N" of Quarter. 0 f Southeast. QuarlerSUM S So today in Buick tealen' showroom go :
111-1 rornT ron If An- ( "f HKte' ) In Section Twentytwo I.
1''' ('IIU.t'IT 'OI'NT PO R iv Till; nnri'ir CIHIir cSluoibu-. 'neoVyla; .IfKMMIB (22)( Township Six 'I) "oulh. four addition size and easyhandling : :
',1' g'p: JIII'I''' 'II1ICI"'I.. CIII_ I Tin KIHliril Jf lilt I'*L A Nil MON\ : and .., Christian KM M IB1IAIIMON. 1 Ilanne Twenty-one (21) East. : you'll see new mod!, I.,
U'" OF FUOUII1A whose true and $915. ;
..." nil "F'I.OIUU.'. "., I" A\III! FOR HH4l)FOItl> (;ot,;. 'r". 1ClllNtUItY. > : In. nnknown. of .mpkln. 1 eon<*inln* one bundred nUtyNIor0t : to the 1941 IJuick; -
III 'O.IU ('OU Tl". IN name > acre.. !I II I ,
'U .:lty. MRA PRAHLi 8UMII'.It- will stand ,
: !
o..orKla: of South w-t' up
.. Quarter If
M'ut1M Isidore Lappin.Plaintiff> and husband ___ ._ J1MMfUFClOT. h < .

-VI.PI"lntiff'"ncock.' -v.- DIVORCE Jo'oo'r I.UCILl'1. nf AMMON'l..mpkln.'" and hu"hand. -: Quarter half I of Southwest(NK'-i: of 5W Quarter) and(HS Mouth of I! : They are typical; IJuicks on ever ant cheer for tho for theCuslnau t :I ;)
W H.ncock. DIVORCE Claire __ ____ AMIOSt4.! nf Lump- HW<4) In SectiOn : S steady tireless with euily.rcachable Coupe. I
I.t r JnVlant.OllDRIt: MICS. OLADY.IJ. AM- (23). Town.hlp SIlO count- traveler t.
ftendant : TO APPF.AR I TO APPKAR kIn.MON""qeorlfla and hu..b..nd. ._.._ AMMO tal"rr Twenty-one On ( Tw..ntr.thr".I'I a big 115-hp. Uuick tIREDL straight. price. d-fivrrtd ml /&>/, r Ii
; 1':18""",, OF FJ.RIDA TUB BTATK OF FLORIDA! :>lS. of t.umpkln n..orlfln: n"-I : Mich. Stan .', '

FI"1SI"'J'W. Hancock.n.orll'la TO-I.folaI. Lappln... Avenue.. J"nx.. .and AI.I' L.wife.McKA A., J.V.N. 'JON: ";N.,i 120) acree.Fr""tlonal ... .pl.
r.I n i\\,Htr "'.. *"< .red that :you, New York ("It,ordered. New Yhr you rjiriMVITKOITHKI WITKOttHKI and GEOKC1KP wife, Acre INW\4)\ and M Five CII) and South. : l r J and ,:: : : 4
I to a""ar on the 3rd :I It is hereby 3rdtiny MARY (). ', of tt 'h: ((6) In SPCtlonj t : :
f" the hAlf
.1. It. i
on : ,
> 'I..rrh.. 19 U, before. the are required tD TO' before the V. OTT O 8Il.NF.1' 1. TwVnty-fl.e (25), Town.hlil >I B sIn B Ira. :" .

'U'.I'' Court. to the Bill "' above of entitled Mar..h.Court. to the Dill of i WAI1EM.Wr.t.l.M a. If. AWJ :t1: FINf.FY, flI1I l .a> Routtt, Kanire Twentyoneflection :I e to change
3tf'"J alf..ln.t you In the I" theAbove O. T. ).lItV.Ft.IY (21) Ea.t. J f
filed alraln..e :you .. 'HAUL"' I.. TtlTTI.J !
"* ., Complaint TwentypIgfre ,tiu.
ecu. and "TheUn.t' The fra..llnn,1 c'
II sod All
.rd .ntlll.,1 cau. I' SMITh : GINIIM YAtUI
FL 11. m Moot' *. MOTOI
I TelenrapV Is TeIeCraPh ,I.h..reby I. ; RN'l.eIu': ). Township l Hl (4) .
d' County: SAMUEL! )
.- P-radford IntEl Ii) East, con-I .
iW"id (
I In a. *" newsh d..lgnated. a" the flPWSnaDer MHIt. lENitY CLARK.whose Range Tw..ntJ'-un.
ul .h.Which th's' order shall which this order shall hepublished H. IJAII.V.truV Christian" name l I. un. :1I11:1}* oVTorthe.; S '
d In &:: .. QuartertKV
once a four ,
'I w.ek for for four (U HF.NHV
.n'utlv., .......ka once a week known.. and CARHEN. of N BU'; Lots One II).' : REGISTER MOTOR
'IkI0 WITN.s; the Honorable. A. Z. consecutive weeks.Honorable A. Z. "I.ARK. IIIRIt. T. I., un.WwAViNrBM"cKvToj.v Thr.* (.1). and Four (4) of fractional
a. Judll" of this' Court and wiTNEHrt the of this Court. and whose tru. ChrUtlar. South half (8*, ?, In Seetlon COMPAN' SCorner

f Sttrke ef tbb' Court l 'I" the' City Adl&lna a. Judge. this Court In the City 5fAir 1.- Twenty-neven (271. Township -. : Madison and Walnut

"' thi.' Bradford* County. Flor- the tarke Seal .of Flr..drord dounty,. FlorIda hand.. R: F. ('T.A YToN.. MAJOIt 8. Sit (I) Mouth.Jtang.TW.ntyone I Ford 9m
Ittb nt
j'41.' day of January. this ::19th lay' of n HAYE""$' CtlJUMTlh1 A. 1100.LITTl.PI .. ((2'Three-focrthe) Jo"t. of North' half'
A..1. Thomas CIARf.P4r'OOLITTLP W t
rlFrlCtAL ) and hu..n"
1 I"'k SEAL) A. 3. Thomaa (OFFICIAL SEAL Court. Drad- LAME of Northeast Quarter
"Ird' Cnty of the, court Brad- Clerk ford County of the Florida' w, K. LANJ. ('A'J !THOMAS ROHEItTM.W.: tee N4 of of NBW Northwest and Northeaat'Quarter Qa-(5EV.of 5....... WHIM milt AUTOMOBIUS All lUlU 11(Will laUD THEM) ....8...

tt" 8... Lloyd Bass.Attora. piintift.JcksonVitW I .1. D. J4EMORE.MCCALIe JOHN Me- W\%) and Sooth three-quarter
'lie" f. for Fri-is. F. L
.".....aY1u.r. rIortda PIaItIgf' 1.11 U 1.11 ? Florida- 1-31 It I.U !1rt





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The firemen thought :Mrs. Evelyn Buys PropertyBen I of an attack of double 1
jl', Fine New Priest Store To ,Open SaturdayEarly I No Fire, But- Stephens, of the Chamber of 1, Funeral services Were MH bell*

Oatmeal BurnsA Commerce, wan calling and paid Suelow and James Patray Conner Cemetery SunrU. ,

Rtarted In the bakery business Madison business." her an early call at her home on have purchased the acre of land noon at 3 o'clock with the**
History suspicious-acting oil stove S. Walnut SO At last when they L. D. Johns
with very little money and no ex- Mr. Priest's. story continues entertainingly on Temple ,Avenue where the officiating
caused the fire alarm to be t
I Of Enterprise little later movedto got to the right place, they found Boree Funeral Home
A we
perlenco. Southland Amusement Park Is a
telling how tie opened sounded around 8 o'clock Wednesday e t
and bet there was' 't any fire, after charge of arrangements
Is Interesting Monticello. opened a
stores successively In Wllllston, morning, although the fire now located. Also the lot across
ter bakery there. It was a fairly While! a reporter was Interviewing -
Perry. Lake City, Qultman, Ga.. never really materialized.
feet. This
another 220x100
Saturday will write good success. Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. the street,
In the life story of a Starke, two in Jacksonville High While Mrs. B. Jacobs was in property waa purchased last Rotary Gets
chapter Birth of I'riMt Company Springs, Jasper, Jacksonville Kessler, Mrs. Jacobs ran to the Cake
Levy County farm boy whose success her apartment at the rear of her month from J. T. Quigley. Theyare
"There was no lOc store in Beach, Live Oak, and Homerville, kitchen; and came back exclaim not to Members, of the '
yt In business la as interemlng\ home on W. Madison St.. Mrs. A. yet ready Rotary c
u Any you'll tind in the slick- Monticello. W e noticed that Ga. K. Stevens, and Mrs. Wm. Kes- ing i Just what they will do with 'the now Celebrating: the fourth
fiction magazines. went to McLel- The Starke store Is under the "Tell them oatmeal I property, Mr Sualow said. '
finished everyone always sler, who have apartments in the my burned nlversary of the organization'cclved
management of Clyde Priest, a
The neweiit Van II. Priest Store lan's when they went to Thomas- front, part cf the house, became up while I was talking to you- a huge
brother, who baa been ,servingthe birthday
-.-a: merchant!laer's dream in vlllo, Gn., a town just across! the alarmed at the peculiar actionsof pot and all!" Everett louts Green cat
public here capably for the week from Mrs. R. f
mirrors, blonde wood, and buff state line. We decided that a II an oil stove in the living room. Clara,
several Mr. and Mrs. Stevena and Mr.
t" brick, will open its doors to a small store in a town of less than past years. It seemed to them that it was Everett Hollla Green 9-year-old of the late past president tf
dacxled buying public In Starke. 2500: population like Montlc llo Local sales girls will be employed going to explode. Mrs. Stevens Kessler are employed at Camp eon of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Greenof club. The members enjoys

No Newcomer to the local scene, would pay. By the later part of In the new store It was hurried to the nearest telephoneand Blanding and are all from Al- Sandy Lane, died Saturday cake as dessert for the ,w

: the Priest store baa been serving 1924, we were so Bold on the Idea I stated I I called the fire department. bany, N. Y. morning ,at 2 a. m., as the result day luncheon.

.I, Stark in a flve-and-ten capacity that we rented a roomy old store
.. ... -
-- -- -- - -a--------t-----
: tnoe I'm venturesome owner for $20.00 per month.
Ufr mfr "i 1 w "" 1 f
braved the depth of 1933 depres- "We made an order from a

ion opened and In a -: /::: "J'I' 1-.t

malt spot ),1'; lit\ ,,, !" .
,' ? GRAND
1 around the '''f'1t.. .
; corner from .' t :.

r "hLmaln ',/\': -
l business sec'F ,
< :
bf i
lion Call :
Street In t, w .

ii spite ,ot, Its .Y ,,.-'/ Of Starke's New

poor loca- ; ? ,. .r,
qon| and ,,,,

r a,m p e d ;,?;
quarters, the t'!/ "L1f.:"
More was an t} (";' ; v

'f I n I tantaneoud buccesa-, .z'.Se,f it?: ."'.',i ,",ii' VAN H. PRIEST COMPANYSATURDAY

filling i a J drives
l nlt.telt {!< ; .V'i'-
need for i.I'Jt\J1f'[

n d-ten ::.; \ iJ '4l f,

tn erchandioo "' :' FEBRUARY 22nd 8:30 A. M.
+ heretofore ,;.Jjf 1'lII('
o b t a I nable "I'p :!jltJ;rt .
4 only in neartfN1: ;.
by. Cities. t : X s 1: For the past few weeks, you have been.'watching ''for this announcement. Now we are happy to

Needs More '1k"f make it. For this GRAND OPENING, we are celebrating with a feast of Special Values, and t hi. is

BpaceIt invitation and celebrate with <)r<
was not t your to come us.
long, before 't-J.-4: '


grew its VAN II. I'RIF.STearly Bar Orange Slices per
No. 3 Sauce Pan-and
loca- _______ lOc
tlon, and ,sought larger quarters whole: aler's catalog and I got Cover ______,-____ 19c 8 ounce Fudge, perpound

;r In the new Green building on buoy with one small boy and No. 14 Dish Pan ____ 19c Veriegated _- ____*._ lOc
shelves, etc. :
built some tables,
Call Street. Success tagged Its large that I --+ No. 34 Wash Pan ____ 19c Peanut Brittle,
y The liulldlng was BO 5c
8'f, footsteps and for some time pant t'' had to partition off about two- No. 10 Dish Pan' ___ 19c per pound ____ lOc

T. Mr. priest has felt the need for: thlrdn of it so I could fill I it' up. No. 2 SauceI'an and HOUSEHOLD LINENS

even larger space in Starke-a: "About this time, the whole- Cover ______i_ 19c PICNIC JUGS

1r need that with could the no development longer be denied of-: order sale h and o u informed II e acknowledged me that they my No. 6 Pudding Pan ,_19c Large Size bath towels _.________. ___ tOe

Camp Bland ing and consequent'I would have to have the cash be- No. 30 Wash Pan ?_..,..--------------- 9c 5 for __ 5c Pillow Cases, ,each _______-:__..-_____ hOc

'i improved business conditions here.Lex' fore they could make shipment.I No. 4 Pudding Pan _________________ 9c .2 for _- 5c Sheets, 72x90 ,..:___,________ !_--___*.. 3Dc
Once again Congressman did not have the money and
5c Each '
No. 18 Sauce Pan -. 9c
Lip ---
to a ---------- ----- for 5c
Green agreed construct: was somewhat surprised to think Table Napkins ., 2
lOc Each -----------------
this time, one with the No. 4 Dairy Pan -, 9c --- .
building- that they would not trust me. --------i.----- -----
25c Each Wash Cloths _________________ for 5c
largest single front of any storeIn Now that I look back, I guess No. 17 Dish Pan ___________'_-.::-____ 29e ---

Starke, and It Is here customersbright that! they probably thought It was too No. 4 Windsor Kettle and Cover _=____ 29c Garden Hose Table Cloths ------.---------------- 25c
Priest's' will greet Its risky to grant the credit I asked
and early Saturday morn- local No. 25 Coffee Pot ------------ r-_.. 29c '
for to some inexperienced, Special!
ing. Into the 10c store business. No. 70 Tea Kettle ._- 39c
boy going *
----------- ---- '
A Credit To Starke No. 6 Windsor Kettle and Cover -:---- 39e liose t Garden
_.___ 99c
On Borrowed Capitol 1 Gallon Size
1 The new store stands out an No. 110 Water Pail 39c .
I "Anyway, I talked it over with BUY NOW AND
one of the the show modern places way in ,merchandising not-, my wife and we decided the best No. 2 nice Boiler __________________ 39c SAVE 89c >>ar

I thing was to try the bank for No.: 10 Combinet _, 39c
t only In Starke-but In the entire -------------- ---
s} state; Everything to the small- the money. We had conducted! I HOUSEHOLD NEEDS'WHITE

cut detail is up to the minute.. our affairs pretty decently In the WARE RED TRIM \
Counters and shelves are In little bakery business, so after Plain Clothes Pins, 60 for ____________ lOc

blonde wood and walnut and are quite a bit of talking, the bank No. \1 Dish Pan -_________________ 39c Special Butcher Knife ________________ 5c

factory built. The candy depart let me have wired the It the wholesale I immediately -- No. 10 Oval Dish Pan ________J.: "____ 39c Big Assortment Tin Ware ____________ lOc Bedspreads, 80x90 ____________r--,...-- 49c
ment is inviting
sanitary I WARE' 100 Count Aspirin Tablets
with large mirrors reflecting its I ----*-----
'The goods arrived soon for LORAYNE NAPKINS
t beauty. The floor is completely: 10 Qt. Pails 19c
with attractive floor tile.Across this new store and I was completely -------------------001---- FELT BASE RUGS6x9
covered ready; we noon completed' Tubs ________________________ 29c 12 Sanitary Napkins In a box ________ lOc
the building In front hangs
a hugs red sign with large gold the dl play. On Saturday, Oc-'I Regular Size Wash Board ______11! :._ 25c 6x9 Feet ----- .:.---------------- $1.39 ,

F letters proclaiming "Van H.' tober 11, 1924, the doors of' 27x16 Inches -,-----------..,------- 19C LADIES TAFFETA SLIP

Pries Company, So to $1 Stores." Priest's 100 Store were opened to GLASSWARE SALE 15 1-2x27 Inches _______________.____' 9c
AbOve'' this la a large red Neon the'people of Monticello. We .
Jgn with gold letters. had a very good opening and had 9 Ounce Water Tumbler '. .
to rush off orders for more merchandise "
It,is a far cry from, this handsome the first thing Monday. Crystal, Green or" Rose" ,

establishment'' to the first "After Christmas we were so 3 for .________ 9c .
rive-and-ten that Mr. Priest
Hold out, that we actually took a
opened on a shoe string tn Mon- 65 Ounce Rose Pitcher
V 6S
few dozen red and blue bandanna
leslIe back In 1924. Last April handkerchiefs and tacked them lOc
bo was asked to go to Washing
: f ..
up In front of 'our shelves no we
ton and give the story of the
60 Ounce Crystal Pitcher
could use all the merchandisethat
Van. II. Priest Company beforea '" Bias cut, adjustable straps, tailored
was on the shelves to put ,lOc
hearing of the House Ways and on our tables Each __..,__--.___,.___ __________ 25c
Means Committee, then Investigating
The Shift To Madison
the effect of chain merchandising "My wife, having been reared 10 Ounce Prescut Tumbler,____________ 5c HOUSE SHOESMen's

on the small business-' in Madison, thought that town Large Rose Glass Bowl .._i.l.: ._._,._ lOc .
man. Ills testimony has been Felt House Shoes
would be a profitable place for a 8 Inch Crystal Bowl 4 lOc
printed in pamphlet form and dis- ----------- --- '
store. The early part of 1923, pair j.___________ 29c
tributed by the Institute of 1)1trlbution. ) *-
therefore, we rented a small storeon
Ladies Felt House Shoes
Inc., 670 Seventh
a side street there. I IVORY glass with
got cup sauce
Avenue, New York City. It reads' MIXING ,BOWL pair _____________ 29c
busy' and built counters this time.I .
like fiction; complete __-,.--.__*.?.. 5
had already gotten out of the 11 Inch Blue Earthenware.
Small Plates in IVORY ----- ---
lleglnnlng table clues However, I did not : glass __ 8. RAYON UNDIES
'"1 was born and reared on a I know anything about standard 15 Ounce Blown Glass DRESS PRINTS .

farm in Levy County down in the sizes and built the counters only footed Ice Tea Glass __ 5i Big assortment of ladies panties
central part of Florida. I cameo about 18" wide and made permanent 80 Squares, Beautiful Spring Patterns
Trimmed and Tailored
( Madison In 1917 and attended I bins about 8'* wide on 10 3-4 Inch Crystal I Consol I t .

a teachers' training school for a those."I. Bowl _______________ 10 assorted Special Value
short period. In 1919, I married borrowed $120.00 and with.
Yard ___ __ 15c
'n -- Each _________ 19c
a Madison girl and continued .
my the little credit that the wholesale '
work as bookkeeper for a short house had granted me by
while. this time, I was able to get a WATCH OUR WINDOWS SHRUBBERY

"Then, we decided to go into fairly decent stock. This store
tnislneaa for ourselves. My father- was quite a success from the FOR SPECIALS DURING Only certified plants are' sold by this store. Our stock will come in about once or

to-law. being a baker, suggested :, beginning and was soon growing twice a week, Roses Azaleas, Ligustrum, Plumosus Fern, Boston Fern, Chinese Ever
tttat we go into the bakery business eo rapidly that I had to close OUR OPENING green and many other yard and pot, plants will be carried in the store.' We solicit your
BO we went to \Vllll ton tho little store in Monticello and, special orders.' ; -
and rented a small place and[give all my attention to the

.: j Plant 'Still Loaded now time."we are carrying 360 all the ,. t' FEBRUARY,22ND-

the Berry Light Johns Plant, Superintendent, says the plant of Police Force Cut VAN H.
is "carrying the biggest load In
Owing to conditions In Starke '.
history." With a total capacity of, becoming more nearly normal'I '
/ +00 IdUowatB, they are carrying than for sometime past, the City

nightly! a load of 300 killowats.! : Council Tuesday night droppedone .- -

They run their threo generators of the six p 1lcemen, effec- .,,: Sc To $1.00 ,Stores
continuously at night, and "if tive Wednesday. T. E. Dennison
.-ne of them should break down," wan the one laid off. The city J ,
Mid Mr. Johns, "it would be I will try for a week or two get- "
pat too bad." ,'Three months ting along with only five on the STARKE, FLORIDA Clyde Priest, ,Manager
4go" he continued "we were I force, with an extra man on Sat-
tarrying only ISO: klllowaU. and urdays, if necessary.


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