Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 28, 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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Are Issued For $15,000 In New Residential, Construction JI

Eo I! Negro Murders During Week; By Parking Monday Meters Two Fatal Accidents On Road 13, Private Building Slight Lull Takes During.On Life, .. '' (Dj I'I''I-'I' ,:I'I'After '

Past Few Weeks : I ;
Etghty-reven parking meters '
Man Freed Another JailedVisitor One Killed Train One
By Auto '
will be' in operation on Call St. By That building activity in Starke will take on renewed Hi'' I
by Monday morning accordingto I
dot Too Friendly Hired Hand Shoots a statement yesterday by B. Anders Youth Gets; Quick! Action Iy! in the next few weeks after a slight lull of since almost the I ,'I''I'vigor 'I'I I "
K. Mixon first of the year, is forecast by the' granting
With Money BoxIn i Returning Husband of the Dual Parking Verdict of Unavoid- Brakeman FailedTo of Clerk Carl ,,1
Meter Co. of Oklahoma City. Mr. $20,000 in building permits at the office City '
Iteno Cafe Who Wanted $10 Mixon la here now to Install the able Accident Prevent Wreck Johns during the past' two weeks.' ,i iji

W. B. Woolbright. is be equipment. encouraging indication in view of the housing I'
I McAdoo. negro was negro Shortly .after midnight Saturday .
One Is dead
and '
man anotherIn
Merrill shot Sunday morning be- ing held in the county jail hereon Sixty-nine meters will be an automobile driven by a critical condition in the shortage here, i is that more than $15,000 of the total II'II'An

,,I Ily 1:30 and 2 a. m. in "Bud- a charge of murder In con- placed. on Cull St. between the James Anders 17-year-old Law- I, Alachua County Hospital at I amount will go into the construction of new homes

Is", eating: place in Reno as he nection with the slaying Sunday. courthouse and the railroad and tey youth, struck and Instantly Gainesville, as the result of an I II. C. Wall was "granted a $4,750 permit for a.o.neto\1"\ '

L make away with a money morning at 4 a. m of Ned Berry, eighteen will be installed on Wal killed Goff Stanley of Fairmont, automobile accident Wednesdaynight frame residence on his North .
I | containing to receipts of the also colored. nut St.. near the intersection with W. Va., an employe at Camp about 8 o'clock on Road 13 Walnut] St. property. Materials t

,Inc s, Buddie Clark also col1,1 The shooting occurred at the Call. Blandlng." The, accident occurred between Starke and Gainesville, County StartsCondemnation are now;, being placedon

who filed the fatal shots, home of Berry's wife, Elizabeth on Road 13 near the Bradford The two the round and construction \ I,
men were driving a
L Weed on a verdict of Justif Ifle I- (Ca daughter of the late A. H Safe Stolen County school houm A coroner's 1939 Ford coup On the railroad will get under way

homicide following a cor- Abraham) about 3 miles west of Jury, holding inquest here Satur crossing: near Hampton shortly. .

Ir's Inquest here Wednesday Lawtey. day afternoon, returned a ver- there was a long freight train Mrs S L. Peek obtained a :

lining, at 10 o'clock. out According at the coroner's to testimony inquest brought here From Guidon dict of "unavoidable accident" standing still. The engineer and Will Seek To Obtain $:>.600 permit for a two-story ,''' ; I

witnesses James Felton, Char- Wailen Sapp. who was riding the brakeman,. precelvlng that the frame and concrete block I ;

I Powell, Taft Ellison, Oils his Wednesday wife had morning.been Berry and Contained More with Anders at the time of the car was not going to stop, snapped Necessary Right residence! on North Church St. t
Iwell Robertson allId living together accident, testified that he and his Into action. The .
and' James of-Way For Roads: underway I
is already
"of and on" for four years. Than $200: FoundAt Construction f
substantially the same tory: companion were returning to broke the train at the crossing !
JcAdoo. whose looks "nobody He was away from home much of Hampton Beach Lawtey when a cur with blinding while the engineer pulled up the The Bradford County Board of on this home;' i I
led," breezed into Buddie's placed time and during his absence headlights approached and refused engine and 16 of the box cars. Commissioners working: The W. M. Wimberleys! were I f.' ., .
Elizabeth:: had employed Wool- Some time between 12 o'clock County .
leaned on the counter too to dim. They were making But they were too late. The oncoming 'granted a $3.715 permit for It i
bright as a hired hand, allowinghim midnight and 5 a. m. Thursday I In conjunction witb the County I r
only 30 or 35 miles hour, Ford ,+
Ise box. "Showy per tried
t o
to the money squeeze house to be built on theirChurch
to thieves rolled Iron frame
board in her house. morning a large Board of Bond Trustees, will atari
said. While
Sapp their the
blinded through
of the place opening, and
an safe, containing than near the city l"
Recently Berry had repeatedly more $200 St. properlY
Vved the box farther away toJe automobile "bumped into some was demolished. condemnation proceedings at once
written his from the Guidon Grill and hauledit
wife for
$10 which
thing" and at' the next signal/ to secure necessary rlghu-of-way .
temptation.ree W
McAdoo According to J. ,
she refused to presumably In a truck. park.H.
times this action was retted send. Early Sun- away light they,started to turn around ambulance driver for DeWitt C. for all defense project, highwaysin A, Lawson already has welt .

|, with the unwelcome day morning he came home "on Entrance to the restaurant was and go back to. the scene of the Jones, he and other thin county. Decision In the under" way a frame residence',on
some men
following the box until he the war path," according to his gained after staples had been removed accident whet Policeman Frazier tried to the door 'matter was reached at a special( Weller 8t',< for which he obtained 'il tt
Itor wife from the lock of the pry open right ,
knocked rear "
the front
ached the far end of the coun- door door. The safe also contained Shaw stopped them for havingno the light side\ of the train having 'meeting held here Tuesday mornIng n $1,200 permit. The' house la "
down with an axe and entered. I valuable headlights.,, moved on. Finding that Impossible and attended by Col. R. II. being built for rental purposes j

Upon discovering Woolbright he papers. "We hit a fellow down the Kelley, Camp Blnndlng executive heading of business '1M
they turned the car around Under the ;
| Ihls time McAdoo asked
About shouted; "I wrote you to send me Although a fingerprint expert street, and we're going; buck to I officer, and officials of the State
; John
and with an axe knocked off the V S. St. wasgrunted
from (properly a ,
State Prison
I' some cigarettes."What $10 and send It NowI the Farm was '
djdn't ; him, 'the? boys told Shaw handle of the left door and, drag Road Department, a $2.000 permit for constiuctlon ,
called to assist Chief of Police A,
kind T" Show Boy come home and find another k
Other witnesses at the inquestwere ged the two men out. Morgan Attorney are now drawing up of A building near the !
L. Alvarez in the Investigation
nted to know. man in the house! .
C L. Craver Troy Lewis, lushed them 'to the Alachua the necessary papers to start Torode Chevrolet Co., on West
"Oh, kind I will be all Jt Is presumed that up until yesterday afternoon all
any Berry
and Frederick M LeMont who County Hospital lit Gainesville suit to obtain around 20 parcelsvital Cull St. to be used an a new
Lht McAdoo said. started for .efforts to obtain a possible clueas
Woolbright with the $\
were walking with Stanley ot One man died before reaching I hehospital to the Sfarke-Camp Blandlng home for his Western Auto Asso.,
to of the thieves had
[ Show soy reluctantly turned axe, uttering a stream of curses, identity '
the time of the accident They while the other U in highway These Include borrow elate Store The building will bo l
failed. If the safe Is located
back to the and but he far before ever -
get cigarettes didn't get be-
testified that all four of them critical condition, Morgan said. pit rental and ditch rlKhU 1111 30 by 60 and will have a brick 11
!>Moo grubbed; the money box ing .topped by pistol nhot. He it is possible that the necessary
knocked down well rond If the .
were two of them HH right-of-way. front,
quickly that he knocked 'the was shot two or three times, but fingerprints can be obtained The men appeared' to be around '
were slightly hurt, and Goff was suits are not contested (the .mailer 1
A, H. Green obtained a $1,000
25: of The dead
I l off. managed to stagger 20 or 30 feet Chief Alvarez said. yearn age. man
Instantly killed. LeWiN stated should be clotted within the next l
construction of an office
I Buddie Clark then snapped into Into the front yard before falling Jim Forest, proprietor of tile that it had on his person a driver's licence few weeks. permit for
)lion He commanded McAdoohalt dead on his face. Grill:, could not be reached for a was an unavoidable accident from Green Cbve Spring building on North WalnutSt. ,

three times, all witnesses The coroner's Jury was com- statement as he has been 111 at .and said "I 1 wouldn't like In the name of Eugene E. Hughes. Up' to dale no rlih -ol'-way difficult This structure I I. well under

I reed, and when the thief retied posed of Carl Prevail foreman, his home here for several 1 days.! to see the young man punished." The other man had an I identification lea" have arisen In connection way and will soon be ready for F
The boys ajd Owen Anders, with the Hampton-Blundlng
card from Gainesville and
( to obey Buddie began fir- K,, A. Edwards, J. S. Eunice, C. B. asocial occupancy.
Bennett Fonso Prevail Mrs Abble Knight, cashier at father of Jaru&i, testified that security card from Tallahassee and the Lawtey-rilandlng highways Included 't In, 'the 19,040 total

McAcloo dropped dead and man Norman. and'Tru- the Guidon, stated late yesterday both headlights were burning, but in the name of Courtney but these will also be Included were the following minor permits;
( afternoon that the concern's safe that because of one lens being in the condemnation proceedings -
Harold Glasgow.
Roberts, $170
Imcy was scattered all over the Register's Wrecker Service M. E:. ;
had been found earlier Thursday out, they had a thin sack tied If necessary, Ann Dell $200 ,
lice. Third Quota Goes pulled in the car, which was en- $300; Willie ;
I The inquest was held by County by children playing In the woods across the light to keep from losing tirely demolished except for two All members of the Board of Knale D. Holland// $100.

lilge, };. K. Ferryman with Joe To Banding! near Hampton. They reported '; the globe or three good tlrew. County CommlHsloners were present .,
their find to Mrs. O. D. Gay, whoIn DeWitt C. Jones prepared Stan at Tuesday's meeting with the

[>ll Williams, assistant State's Bradford County sent its third turn notified Sheriff A. O. ley's body for burial and whipped exception of I*. U I Reddish' O. J. New Drug: Store

torney,n. The, handling Jury the prosecu-of quota of selectees to Camp Ulan- Andieu. It to his home at Fairmont. 24 TeachersNamed Phillips was the only Bond Trustee / Now OpenH ,
f Virl was comprised ding Tuesday, consisting of 11 The safe had been opened by Members of the coroner's jury present I'

Prevail, foreman, E. A. Ed- white men and one negro. battering off the combination lock were' R. F. Pemorest, foreman, A. McKlnnon,. who formerly l' i

lit"rds, and. J. Trueman s. Eunice, C. B. Ben- They were: O. P. Hutto, Law- with some metal instrument, and C. A. Johns, T, J, Mcintyre, For B.H.S. New Building owned several drug stores in St.

Norman tey Lincoln Howard, Jerry A. all cash had been removed. Keys, George Grlffls, 0 C. Crosby, 'und Petersburg, opened ,one In Starke '

\rchestra On Stage Ward Raymond L. Glluson Hobson empty money boxes and papers M. J, McRae.ThreeSeventy. School Hoard Soon To Be Ready last week nt 213. B. Call Street 'p'
Watts, Clyde W. Strickland. were left behind. Approves This store Is In charge of E. T. 3'; .

I Management of the American Edwin C. Sellers, James W. Reed. Miss Dorothy Williamson, a A Day Recommendations Congressman! Lex Green's new Dawson, also of Bt Petersburg.A 3;; :'

:eatre near Camp Blandlng an- Quincy D. Mixon, James Malcolm cashier, who opened up the Grill of Trustees! building buck of the Guidon Grill drug department will soon "

unces that the "state Cham- Garner, and Clifton A Polk. The Thursday morning and discoveredthe One Camp Blanding recruit (across from the courthouse) Is be established. Mr. McKinnon '

,n" 16-piece orchestra from the one negro sent was Leroy Krvtn.; safe was missing accom- says it's the easiest job he ever' Twenty-four faculty members of nearing completion. At the extreme said with a'' full line of drugs ..FII ,

l-tt: Division Band will appear If they pass the necessary examinations panied the sheriff to the scene had. "I'm making threeseventya the high school and elementary II north end of the building, sundries and general merchandis 'I t'

f the stage of the American, these men will be and brought the safe back to day," he declares "Three meals departments of B. H. S. were appointed R. If. Mathe contructor. said.I ing. "We manufacture our own '

turday, March 1. given a year"of military training. Starke.tfany and seventy cent. !'! by the School Board at I Congressman Green will have his Ice cream," he stated 'and have

a special meeting here Tuesday office. Next to him will be the the only tail cream plant In

morning. The-yare: offices'of the 11. K.: Wolfe Con Starke" The new drug store will '

New Faces Seen On Call Street These Days, Ruby Lilley Lorraine Priest struction Co., and the L, II. Mc- have a formal opening In about s ,
Leod Construction Co. South of
Edna Prevatt Mlddleton two weeks, Mr. McKinnon said. '
Call Streetthe unpredictable! the downtown district, are not' Driggers, Lake Butler; Sidney trol; Jack Larantuux Starke; Leola Roberts Madge them Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds, of 'r'i
Miss Hazel McAteer Ocala Mills I Evelyn| nch|( DeLand, will f1.
The spot that yesterday was a listed either. New business-firms Shuford, Lawtey.Guidon ; Lucile Brown open a beuuty par Two Priest StoresThe
,late law office, might today be are marked by an asterisk!: I Grill: Miss Marie Crosby Myrtle Roberts, Ocala; Miss Bon- Willie Mae Hln-Etn!l Hlgg" lor In the firm office and a barber I''

hamburger joint and tomorrow A ,& P Store: Buck Alvarez, Brooker; Jim Davis, Daytona nie Smith, Birmingham lion Edna Hart shop In the next one. The phenomenon of two Van ,;;
Cloversettle, Beach Jim Forest, Daytona Magnolia Fish Market: Tommie last one, at the extreme south ;
glittering jewelry store. Starke; Herbert ; Dorothy SwanKate Shepherd H. Priest Be to $1 Stores In the ,

Every day brings a new ,sur- Theressa; Jimmie Swlndel, Ther- Beach; Ed Johnson. Oklahoma Cason Starke. born Eva Anderson end of the building, just to the same block ,was witnessed here

!I9\!, City. Oklahoma; Miss Abble I MlUlgan's Sunshine Grill: Bill Dorothy DelavanVerna Demorent I rear of the Guidon, will house a this week as the "old" store remained .

There's never a dull momentthe essa.Alexanders: Mrs. Gladys Harrington Knight Daytona Beach ; Tony Ezell. Trenton; Elmer B. Mllll-! Dell Dowllng Melvin Futch new shoe repair shop,. accordingto open for business even "

Intersection of Call and Starke; Mrs. C. J. Johns, Martini, Rhode Island; Louis gan, Jacksonville) Thomas H. Mc- Ruby Mae Per- Lester Spon- Mr. Mathe. after the new store was placed i

"dnut.the spot that uophlstl- Ralford; Mrs. J, B Samuels, Pappas. St. Augustine Miss Jean Clelland. Pelham, Ga.; Reamer klna holts Mrit. Reynolds will move into ..In operation Saturday. This, was u

led northerners have nicknamed Camden. S. C.; Miss Armle Wha- Rucker, Daytona Beach; Miss'I Smith, Jasper W. B. Stephens Evelyn Stump her beuuty parlor and barber shop ''a surprise to the public as It

roadway and FortySecondreet. ley Waldo Hazel Sapp Hellbronn; Miss Doro- -McKinnon Drug Store; I K.!: T. Grace WainAlice Fernandez this week, Mr. Mathe mild, while had been generally supposed that I

I Alvarez; D a vid Fruchtman, thea Williamson Daytona Beach Dawson St. Petersburg wright Lucile Kennedy the other offices will be ready for the opening of the new store

Unable Mrs. T. M. Hutch- Hutfleld Pool Room: "JV., occupancy sometime next week. would mean the closing of the 1 'r
to crowd Into the few Clearwater; -Petite Photo Studio: Mr. and B. L. Williams, principal, had
"ort blocks between railroad and 'ings'; Starke. Gibney. Live Oak; G. R. Hatfleld, Mrs. K. J. Dahmer, Lakeland; been' appointed at a previous Mr. Mathe Is also building a concrete old. "We have made no plans for 1 ,

'"irthouKe new establishments I Barksdale's:; Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mayo; Martin Trawlck, Mayo. Leo Kaufman, Milwaukee, Will. meeting I walk on the went side of the closing the older .tore," was the

'e steadily oozing Into what : Raiford. Jacob's: Irving'; Safar JacknonJerry's I building, and also west and I northof only statement made by R. J.l .
werece The Hoard
Mrs, upon recommendations -
Van H. Priest: Gladys
aide streets, but which will : Benny's Grocery: Thomas Col- vllle. received" from School Koch's Drug Store acrons Call {l Priest of Madison, who ,has been t
Mrs Dodd
'on be Lunch Room: Nick Al Crews Starke; Street The walks will also assisting with the ,
minor Starke. bed, opening of the '
main stems in their son St. Petersburg Miss Jenelle Hut- Trustees L, D. Green C, J. Powell,
"i rlRht Bessent W. A. Billiard Parlor: exander. JackHonvllle; Jerry completed this week. I new business here.
and Elmo Struth.
chinga. Starke. Miss Annie Paul i r
The past few weeks We Bryan, Starke; Julius Christo, Gainesville; Arthur C.
have seen ey Birmingham I I Ala.; Jordan. Starke; Miss Louise Mc- The Board also approved a '
total of 15 Starke. Crawford.
rae to Call brand new businesses t Kowatch Bradford, County Telegraph: H. Mitchell Ergas. Tarpon Springs Rae. Starke; Mrs. Doris HazIer, recommendation from trustee of Failure To For Draft : '
< with flourishing old-timers These toner A Carlton, Jacksonville; J, N. Knight!; and Knight: Mis. David Starke; Mrs. Gladys Silcox, the New River District (S. L.Crew..M Register ,
Starke. :. L. Johns E. I... Kelly)
Ve brought!; almost 150 Pierce, Jr., Palatka. W. Moore, Lawtey.
ces to new Jewelry and Koch's Drug Store: Mrs QulKley and D a v I III : Clyde for the appointment of W T. Minshew -
Starke's business district, Camp BiandLng Lands Man In Duval JailHe
Idlng new life and squelching Military Supplies Headquarter: 1 Dorothy Armystrong, Scottsboro, Strickland Graham. as principal and Mrs W M., Jt'
Mann assistant at New River
,ce s and for all the Alan Roth, Miami Beach; LouU Ala.; Mrs Gladys Brlncefleld, RItz Cafe: Miss Ruth Bryant, as ,
age-old como Va. John Denmark The following recommendationwas tried to skip a board bill ,,last fall, Lang !
w that Shafkln New York City. Huntington, W. ; Moultrie Ga.; Miss Drexel Bul- stoutly proclaimed
'". here. "nothing ever hap. Canova Pharmacy: Mtoq ,Alyce Starke; Mils Caroline llvttnt, Hastings; Miss Warnetta received and approved from I and now he's safely lodged in the to the world that he had no Intention .

'In order to get Fuller Gainesville; Miss! Doro- Green Starke; Paul Hud gins. Ar- Callahan. Salem, Ohio: Roy Le- trustees of the Hellbronn District Duval County jail. '' whatsoever of signing up
some faint idea for the school there: Mrs Russell That's the short, and not 'for at
St. -
the> changing Gray Gainesville; Mrs. James cadia; Lamar Hutto chouM Thomasvllle, Ga.; Miss very military training.
scene that is Call thy Mrs. Norman 1st assistant; Mrs Lillle sweet of 11111 Lang, erstwhile t
reet: in 1941 Van Dlen. Jacksonville. ; L. W. Koch. Arcadia; Helen Molden. St. Petersburg; story Sheriff Andreu Immediately ar. r',1
l'IIe Introduce, and at the same Carpenter's Drug Store Thomas Allene Llnsen, West Palm Beach; Miss Phyllis McGee Went Palm Bridged, 2nd assUtant; Mrs.. II, P. carpenter who doesn't approve -! rested Lang and telephoned the

our reader to Lliwen, West Palm Beach; I Morgan primary. of compulsory military i 1 United States $
ny newcomers, Lewis. Starke; Miss M a x i n e Ollie Beach. District Attorney
Telegraph FlorlneNo I The Board also granted the request training.Of .
'"ducted Starke. M. C Mayhugh, Arcadia; Buddie Davis In Jacksonville.
a Noegal, Ritz Theatre: ,
hasty survey of the Margie of the Methodist Leaguefor course, he Isn't doing time !
.lne9.> district City Barber Shop: George W. gel, Lake City; Starke; Miss Willa Vida Killings- Thorough Investigation die-
listing as com- Ben Tripp, the nse of a school bus on In the Duval County jail for
"tely as'possible the people who Cox. Thomasville, Ga.; Sam B. Thigpen Starke; worth Starke. Feb. 28.Scouts. failure to pay his board-but one I cloned that Lang had In fact '

'Ve' entered the business picture Joiner, Winter Park; J. G. Lewis Ocala.Lady Slat funk's Pool Room: R. L. failed to register here and a warrant
re Fair Beauty Salon: Mrs. thing led to another, as, thingshave
in the past few weeks. This Tltu vllle. v Thomas Starke. habit of was issued by Carl Noble i
rvy la probably 98 Clar-Jean Shoppe: Mrs. V. N. Randall Brown Mayo; Miss Lor- Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry At Rotary a doing. U, S. Comm.iHJon.rand Deputy
percent cor- K. It seems that Lang was work. y
Cl, although the rapid turnover Geiger Raiford. I ralne Hartman DeLand.Leila's ; : Mrs. Virginia Atkinson Members of Troop 70, under the Ing on the farm home of EddieGreen's I U. S. Marshal Jerry D. Dragons
employes Military Supplies: N. Martin. Mrs Doris Howell. of the Southern. District
in some establiahti"li Columbia Salon Mrs. Campvllle; direction of Scoutmaster Cti&s. father near ,Starke and of Florida
makes It Impossible to be Mr. and Mrs. H. Carleton, New: Beauty : Starke; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. demonstration Initiation came to Starke and carried \\i;
Collins Miami; Mrs. Al- Allen staged a was boarding Kddie. He got P )
ly Frances Pensacola Bob My- I Lang to the Duval
accurate. York City. Landrum ; County Jail
Miss Pearl ceremony at the Rotary behind' In his payments and refused -
Only Realtor: W. T. ma Edwards, Tampa; Mrs. R. Weeks. t lie Is charged
new, or "added since W. T. Clute rick, Starke; A. Club Wednesday. Floyd Green, to settle Green with. failure to
reported -
Branford Mrs. Helen up. n 1
or ;
i. 1emf1oyes are included in Clute Daytona Beach; Miss Beryl Manning Maine. Mrs. Rayenna Santa Fe Lake. who recently moved h ere from the matter to Sheriff A. Q. register according to provision
H, A. !ole Kin- of the
following list Many firms Holland. Chicago; Gainesville; Mrs. MargaretTodd. Steinberg'sGeorge: Holstein, Jacksonville (father connected Andreuand that Isn't all he re SelecUYeS.fYlc.
ploy twice u many clerks on non. St Petersburg. Daytona Beach; Mrs. J. W. Rlteh. with Orange Bus lines) was the ported. Marshal pragones laid this was
''turday-ited, but these were not tab- Flnfer Jewelers: Mr. and D. Mrs.C. Magnolia. St. Petersburg.Cafe: C. B. Adolph Raiford; A b e Surosky, Brooks- new Scout who was inducted Into I' He told' the sheriff that. tin selective the third case of such nature In ;

New negro employes> of H. E. Flnfer, Washington I On the at this time. service reiteration
hlc" there are probably 23: In Florida fcahlt at Starke: C. A. Toledo; Robert E. Hurley, De- (Continued Page Eight) troop s day. :, hilt district, t tr'

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ticular point of "saving face." As he has said Jacksonville Saturday
The Bradford County Telegraph Mr. and Mrs.
KsUMMied, 1877 himself, he will not be badgered into taking Starke In The Limelight family and Mr. Dan Keens Km

steps he believes dangerous. The experts Mrs. Johnson, of J
r r'ltla's and Entered as Sec visiting Mr. and MM ,
rllbllMbed WwUly on
that Hitler will not
at the 1'ont Office at Starke fla. argue wage war againstus As the result of recent articles ned economy; It was luck. There ters and plumbers: may do Irre- Keen Sunday. Mrs .jackj
ond (111"11 Mutter
until it suits his time-table. And it is in several national magazines,! can hardly be any doubt that de- parable damage to Florida's tour- malned for a longer V'IIr!

obvious that he has enough troubles on his Starke Is beginning to be more Stephens secretary of the Cham- ist trade. They are not waitingto Mrs. Sam Dix Ws) Vi,,1
MEMBER to Mr and Mr!. America than a spite her security, her good health go North to talk. There was Mrs. Mancle Clemom Sund i
hands without asking '
now for more.
O iRinAPRESS ASSOCIATION V'y&tuKZd \ mere six-letter) word meaning and fashionable hair-do. Mrs. one little man beak-nosed, stooped ernoon. *

5I Time, which heals all wounds and solvesall "cross roads town." Stephens is a migrant; she came and disgusted. He was a carpenter Mrs. Leila Parrish
t tn sp"m ,.,
I, rl---: "Jftyuat arguments, will prove the' soundness or Time and McCall's both devoted from Oklahoma with her grown he' said, and he had cometo day night and Sunday with s*
JM considerable space In recent children because she liked the Starke from Cincinnati 'with and Mrs R L. Clemens
weakness these various In
of contentions. Issues to, Starke and Camp Blan- But she had livedIn making J. D.
Spanish moss were
buddy. They Dobbs
my of
.. __ __________. Editor and Owner 1'aiatka
I IaU"ttew
$ E. the meantime, there are many thoughtful ding and the most searching, article Oklahoma near Fort Sill In the money all right but both of them visiting relatives In this 1:

SfBSCHII'TION RATE observers who feel that we will be in war on the local scene yet to appear last war and In. Florida, when had been living in a garage, Saturday afternoon /aer
Is scheduled for the Saturday she heard that Camp Blanding sleeping together in a double bed
l In Miss Marie
),7:1: SU Months IjIJ.Oo-PII'ltble Sapp
Yearly $ before the within six
r ; ends-perhaps spent
year ]
4't Evening Post's issue of March 15.>> was coming she first played Cassandra beside a good- many other men last week In Starke m
.\d'1tnt.fdel'U"lnlC! tlttt'H tn ApplicationIIIIILE months. AHwe do i is to wait and usual VifJjJlng.
can now Lust-week's Colliers containedsome with Cassandra's sleeping! there in cots. Each of bedside of her
see. beautiful color photographs lack of success and then with them paid $10 a week for board Mae Sapp, who !is ill) Jiw|
VERSE of Kingsley Lake and other Banding more respectful local cooperation, and bed. But It got ,cold and man measles. with i

said Somebody hath scene, and another recent organized I probably the only there were HO many other men
"And Jesus Mr. and Mrs
Too Many Round Pegs lusuo of this magazine mentioned Chamber of Commerce In the that he never could get near the D Aent
,, touched me; for I perceive that virtue is In Square Holes These Days Starke, predicting Its growth to world, certainly, in Florida, which i bathroom. And Mrs.and family J. S. Sapp were visiting Mr,
gone out of me."-Luke 8:46 a city the size of 30,000 on the tells tourists to stay away. She 'was not what he expected with Sunday nits
The wisest man of all time suggestedthat estimate (said to be drawn from did not even pay any attentionto the chill and the rain." Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heraon!

{ indolent people "go to the ant." The past experience) that every two the town's old motto "Homeof nounce the birth of a baby ,

TIIOUCIIT: FOR THE WEEK ant is a very industrious insect that "pro- soldiers in a military camp will tlie sweetest strawberries this Yes-It's Starke-Our Town They ter born have Friday christened, February

Every person, every organization and attract one new civilian to the side of heaven." Almost overnightIt they're talking about. Il'r (Co'
videth her meat in the and Marie.
everything that the Son of Man comes in, summer gatheredher nearest town became' the home of the big-: Once known only to ate w

'} close contact with is bettered and raised toa food in the harvest. So we are urgedto Under the heading, "Defense gent headaches south-of Washington. thousand people; it has, today be- BOOTSEY'S
consider her ways and be wise. Boom In Dixie." Time stated; But Mr. Stephens has come household word all over REM
higher level-womanhood, manhood, religion "In Florida, 15,000 men were placed: 3,500 people I n private the country, representing the epi- ny MlHs Ktrie Craivfottin.

politics, business, industry and all of ,But we might also consider the ways of throwing up a tent-city at Camp homes Today almost every house tome of national defense boomtowns .
strangers within our gates. When immi- Blanding (for 75,000 soldiers) on m Starke is a boarding house. The True not all of the pub- N. Crawford was a bid,,

, life. grants come to the United States from a flat stretch of white sand 48 town of 1,500 has jumped to more licity has. been of the sweetness- visitor to Boatdrain Monday,
(t miles by automobile from Jaclj-j' than 5,000>> not counting a surrounding and-light variety, but at least it We are glad to welcome i
s 'Will We/ Go To 'War? Southern Europe or Asia they do not immediately sonville. Some 3.500: of the work- 4,000 In tourist camps, has been PUBLICITY. and Mrs. Irln Wilkinson ,
law offices practice trailers or worse, nor 1,800 to 2- I family of Plant City to
5 Good Reasons 'Why 'We 'Won'tSomewhere open up men poured Into Starke (normal Yes. Starke today Is aeiinitely ourj
000 men in construction barracks tlon.
medicine population: 1,480), eight miles
dentistry seek entrance into
or or a town of destiny-though just ,
in the mind i of every the of the contractor where. ex-Pull Mrs. Arvled
from Starke's rents Johns
; one of the learned professions. They have camp what that destiny is, 'few care to has ,
,, American citizen lurks this grim and disquieting jumped from 119-325 to $50-$60: man porters change the linen venture a guess. turned to her home here II
(t "Will the United States too much sense 1 They enter a business with A waitress paid her boss $5 'a every day for bunk occupants at spending the past few we lu|
(t which they are familiar. Some of them are week to sleep 1 n a restaurant 25c a night. The rest of the GUM BRANCH Plant City with relatives,
enter the war? workers by tI'a.ln'and car go
kitchen. Land around the
camp Mrs. .J. L. Gusklns
acquainted with the art of feeding the peo- Mrs. Kdd Fairish and i iter dau
distances to Local By
Practically every writer and speaker in which once sold for $15>> an acre greater sleep. Gertrude, o f JaCk'lOllT'
ple.. Consequently they open unpreten sewage, water, light and phone
up began selling for $13 a front foot.Jacksonville's .
i the country has been attempting to answer Mrs. W. F. Harnage is "spending' were visiting friends and
have been overwhelmed.
tious restaurants or cafes or lunch rooms. merchants cashed systems a while with her son-in-law and tlves here Sunday.Mr. .
r that question satisfactorily ,for some time. In on rolls both at There are accidents every day on
pay Camp
Later on their business assumes larger proportions daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. J. D. and Mrs. W H Green
') You find apparently )logical arguments Blanding and at their owne new the traffic-beaten highway I to .
can Dobbs of Palatka. family of Woodlawn were vljj
because they understand it and devote $25,000,000>> Naval Air Base (for Jacksonville 46 miles away but
which make our entry into conflict seem as Mr. and Mrs. J.; F. Shaw of to this section Sunday aftei
there Is no hospital or ambulance
themselves to it. Or they enter the 8.000-10,000 men), The city's bank
T4 inevitable as death and taxes-and you can clearings topped $1,000,000000 service In Starke. Even the town the State Farm were visiting her A large crowd from thin
Mercantile business on a small scale. Theyare tlon attended the show.
parents Mr. and Mrs L L. Con- put ell
jail Is Inadequate with the six
ift find equally logical arguments which attempt last year for the first time since
willing to from house to house witha ner, Sunday.J. the Jubilee Hillbillies at Law
go the Florida boom of the '20s. Old seven drunks to a cell which has
to prove w5\ are in small danger of .,A. Harnage was a visitor to High School Thursday night
bag on their backs or a large suit case in residents complained that Negro often been the quota on Satur-
being drawn in. And as the debate rages cooks and maids, whom had day night. There are neither
their hands and sell fabrics, linens, rugs, they
on, a good many Americans who make no paid 4-$7 a week, were quitting enough doctors, nor enough cops.
to being experts find themselves and tapestries. Soon they become flourish- to work for families of Army and It had been wet and cold f The World's News Seen Through

. pretense ing merchants, because they are doing some Navy officers at '$10-$12 a week. "Most of the workers at Camp THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn
sinking deeper into confusion. thing they understand. And when they The sporting houses on Jackson- Blanding and elsewhere In the

.i f The standard polls still indicate that the ville's drab Houston Street expanded camp construction program came International Daily Newspaper
rk we enviously complain that theyare their personnel by 200. from no great distances. But the 1'1 i is Truthful-Constructive-Unbiased-Free from Sensationalism .
1 American people are opposed to war, even taking all the money out of the country.In "Into such spectacular activity, warm word 'Florida,' has brought -Editorial Arc Timely and Instructive; and Ira Daily.

cMr l as they favor aid to England with "all steps sober-minded Southerners could some from far away. They .are Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Malt

1 \short of war." At the same time, the American our great Commonwealth there are read little long-term meaning. The not as hard to please as some of the:.Monitor_ an, Ideal Newspaper_for.the Home._____ __
.Z the too many misfits-too many round pegs in money poured out for constructionof the army officers' wives arrivingin The Christian Science Publishing Sociery
going by polls
people same are
t square holes, and vice versa. Too many the camps made a mighty the army-made wilderness with One, Norway Street, Boston Massachusetts

+'f.(: \ that if England falls we may be next enter law, or medicine, or politics because it splash In boarding houses, ie on Hitler's list of victims. < rants, saloons movie houses, them already hate the place Saturday Issue including Magazine Section $2.60 a Year.
is popular, and not because of any special dance halls, filling stations and and want to go North. Mrs. Ste- ;ti. Introductory Offer, 6 Issues 25 Cents

The arguments that support the theory fitness for such employment. As a natural Ice-cream stands. But .once the phens, who has a Chamber of __.__ ______ __._uu.____
that we cannot long keep out of war' are obvious camps are built the jobs will be Commerce mind even if it is restricted Name.-------------------
consequence, there are innumerable failures .__.--_._-__-_-_--.______
a enough. We have dropped all pretense gone. Soldiers' pay rolls will now to needs of defense
; both in business :and in
professions. keep retail trade bouncjng along, crowding, thinks that this 'North- \ SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
u of neutrality-we are simply'nonbeUiger.-" Men.try, to succeed something they know but if & when the emergency ends bound disillusionment of carpen-, .... ...... # ,,?..,...

' cnts, committed to the'hilt on England's nothing about and have no particular) fit the soldiers will leave too. For a y ,;

side. We have damned the dictators in unequivocal -:, ness for or zest in. South which needs the tools and

,i & terms. The leaders of both the factories of modern Industry,
Many young men enter a certain busi- abandoned dance halls will solveno
r political parties, the President and Mr. Will- problems" With relaxing
ness or profession because their fathers
kie, are aggressively pro-British and anti-
in that In McCall's, the author of
were same employment while our
Nazi. And we are about to embark on a "Boom Town U. S A.", speakingof
friends from across the do somethingthey
which will Starke says: music. and
new policy give England and here pause
both understand and like. They succeed.
"Down close to the Caribbean
allies:: our utmost moral and material suit-
We often fail. And then many of us are Starke, Florida, embodies mathe-
port-a policy which Hitler, if he is seekinga
problems of humans and
"jacks of all trades, and consequentlymany
fight with this country, could logically defense. Normal population 1,500,
times "good at none." We boast of construction workers 18,000
construe as a declaration of war in effect. army ;
our versatility; but another great man of coming 60,000, distance to nearest % 7.
On the other side of the fence, the arguments antiquity said : "This one thing I doSo large city 46 miles, and that Is

have not been so well publicized. Jacksonville, which is preoccupied -
the thing for us all to do i is to find out with a defense boom of Its
In a recent issue, the United States News
along what line our abilities lie-for we own.

summed up) five principal reasons for be-, have certain abilities-and get into that "I think Starke must have been

lieving that this country is not going to work and STAY! Therein lies success.A a very pleasant village not very
war. long ago It has some leading
man of our acquaintance made a characters In its company of older

"' First, says the News, the United States great success in the lumber business; but residents who might have been I
tan aid Britain more by not fighting than figures In a. mildly amusing play
because he that
person was get-
by fighting Britain, in other words, needs about the sleepier, colder part of
ing 95 per cent of all the undertaking busi Florida: the young mayor who
supplies; not men. If we entered the war
ness in'a large community, he concludedthat was unexpectedly elected to the
it would be impossible to send much abroad, boom the leisurely 'editor of the
he would get rich as a funeral director.It .
as our own under-supplied military establishments clever local paper, making more :
was not long, however, until all the for- money but having less fun. arid
would need all our factories could
tune he had built in the building trade he the hearty, good-looking Evelyn r'.s

produce. had buried in the 1 ber of Commerce."It .
r. Second, the U. S. can help her own defense is a wonderful thing for
The foreigners learn from us-and
Starke. that Mrs Stephens
more by staying out of the war. The -
great many things we would much rather before the builders of Camp
arms we send England be lost, but wewon't
they would not learn. Why not learn this Blanding did. That was not plan-
lose men so long as we remain a non.
one fine trait from them? "Consider their
belligerent. And we will find out if our "
ways and be wise. Beautiful' .. ,.
arms and planes are adequate for modernwar. 0- g5fr

England, in other words, will be the $ rf.i'r $

proving ground for the products of our Rack Scat Driving UpheldIn t.FLOOR\ .t

factories. Spokane, Wash., the backseat driver;

Third, through the lend-lease policy, has received recognition that will heartenthe LAMPS

the U. S. can exert its major effort in the millions who compromise that much-ma- + ' '
man D, ,. 1a
war. Actually taking up arms against the ligned fraternity. Superior Judge CharlesW.

Axis would not permit us to do more. Greenough ruled that occupants of the 3 way ,y + ivj +q,. G rF e9,
Fourth, the fact that allaidforEngland back seat not only are entitled to criticize i Light 4

policy apparently has the support of a manipulation of the vehicle but' that this is sI

nation{ which is also committed to maintaining clearly their duty. But let the judge tell t .only S>

peace, is construed in Administrativecircles it in his own words : I- eKMWe' 'd; yiu

as proof of the fact that its plans and "It is the duty of an invited guest in $5.95 -

actions are sound. an automobile to.use his powers of observation
Fifth, according to his Intimates the for his own safety. And if it is apparent -! Four generations have enjoyed the refresh-

;t President really hates war, meant what he the driver doesn't intend to comply Club Chair and t

, said during the campaign, and will do everything with the law, it is his duty to warn the r: ing goodness of ice-cold Coca-Cola.: Its- j

' II possible\ to prevent war. He believes driver of an impending accident. If he failsto j.I Ottoman $24.50

that his policy offers the surest road to warn the driver, if there is time to do so, delicious taste always leaves a cool clean

peace, and in that he is backed by large he is guilty of contributory negligence. Reclining Chair and after-sense of complete refreshment. !
So when /
numbers of his political opponents. Janesville (Wis.) Gazette.. .t ,

i' All of this does not take into consider Ottoman $29.50 the
you pause throughout day, make it the
ation, the fact that the Axis might make Better send for that income tax blank 'dtl A1 w?'

C war on us, thus plunging us into the conflict today. Practically everyone must file a return JOHN H. pause that reFreshes with ice-cold CocaCola.tom

; 1 whether we want to fight or not. Military this year under the new law. Single DENMARKFURNITURE

; and political experts, for the most part, persons who earned $800, and married persons CO.

'don't think that likely at this time. They who earned $2,000 must give an accounting Starke BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
point out that Hitler doesn't make a par- to Uncle Sam. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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Doubtless however the most fantastic died while he was still a child M>TirH Of IVTKVTIOV' Tfl. 0 AP. track extending lo Camp nlnndl,.? (Range3 Kiinl.: unlit point nf In. IV TUB (INCUT ('()!'MT O"" 5'i\} '
News dreamers never saw .\- FOIt HI>.;C', ,.. LhulvLA-: of the UK.MTtl JLDICItl: \
Cho01u a he was adopted by the people withwhom IJnltxl $totes lnvcrnini'tit, terwi-i'tlon bring. In .lh ,enter ofn F'LnUlu4.
United States so large rutv. rK Bit.\i>KouiNOTICK > ('OLj'I': \ In lira<1ford (Conntv, Florida, and road: and rtiunlnit, thence NrulhUf I t ..14..1'1.. IV *.\on FOR llll '_l>- a .
that the he has lived for the past 16 .. ..0111.._'. the rJ'o lying and being vn II) clritrvuH I0ii.., with HHI| | t..wn- I j F'O111)'Oil< >'1'Y. IV" lll\("IJI V. 1;

JotRN.\L STAFF sun always shines on some part years. Is hereby Klven to all wither of the cantor lln e of ship| And neclloii line, thirty (all( ) 1 W U.I.I 15 M A K T1A7KK f :
I. S. of It. Yet that Is what we have "' 1..11'It may concern that the undernkKned > the I south or rtKht leg of said feet more or lens. (I.. a point joined bv Pltttl"':t) ItA7.JI N. ,.1 i'i
Jack GaUe will havo prepared. and wyo track ; mild imrrelH nf land I which IM I".nl.rlUlil( foot i and next' :
dori -In-rhlef Green today. We, the Youth of America Typewriter and adding machine request' the paUKe o f Special" ha,lug mom part Iralarly. d""el'lb.'d t iii,*i,nured at I 1I"ht tangle; .) frleiul her husband i,t
Editor Betty have the toll of centuries for sale l.t>Hlvlii for the all follows: southeast of the renter line of Plaintiff
and at the ,
i iety Opal peele Bradford County ford at the regular L'OIl"tr.of Hrl\d'i, Parcel, 1I'ltn..t.'! partially In tlieSouthruM HaM. iniiHi cir right 1 Im nf wvn p'OIt1SCLOt rOil I

1'5 Sports\ Buddy Davia hard-working people behind us, ribbons alas" other office supplies 1S41 Klorhla I i.eKlMlnturc an Quart of the South.went track. ate locnlfd and (' 14 .1-vn-. HAZRM and wife .-
abollnhlnMr. the Hoard of theme Ninth 23 degi'evs. 28' Knxt I
sports' people who were willing Telegraph Office.yiiH < I of IoIW'_ and snitliar'
y's Sadie Prince to fight Trustees. of Bradford County Florida tjunrtrr (SIOH > piiriillel l with and wenly-f" KATIK M. HAZES, j'
w pointS Greenp for their rights and when they n.. created by Chapter 11822. partially of tho'In the Southeast Mfiuthwvst Uiuutcl'ISWl Qnurter 1251 feet I Oneaxuruil,, nt a right IINITKO HTATKri' OFAMKUICA '1 f'', '

'N peep -* Grace had them to turn their power to .\ riHtiir roiitr. l.nwn of II'lnr.d1St.! or by anyother ,' of S Mack Futch 1)141 U. Ki.ut" law and Inventing the Hoard of said noiith or rlabt lug of wvntriitk
Scout creating! and t nH'll'r "I 'aunty .. 7 Snnlh lnnnn 22 Bust, !51'ECI< U. >l_'"''.,11'V OTICK OFKAI.H i
"d & Melba Moody developing their own .n"1) F'011 nIlUI"OIU" of ( CommlnnlonerB of lirad Hrnilfoid County, Florida, |I,,|IIKa (measured at a right .
C'OL ford, County )Florida with all of uiiKlvt, twenty (20) feet, more or I
The I'IIt1CFalt. of land I
News country. utilp fifty Ian feet In
tat )
58 : Lillian Barnes question : What Uub)' Snillh HnrnoH. the powers and duties and prlvll- width less, to the dividing line betweenthe NOTICE IS HlcicKBY!: OIVKN. to ,I
fxtoiiillnir 1201
.e Club are we going to do about It? Plaintiff fnei: now exerclnecl' by or imposed from twenty fret bands of mild (]tel l er Heirs all whom It may concern, that
Crews lI..rlbw..elly and
taOIt..t '
11'1" of Hond Trustees thirty and lands. of sold John Phillips under and, by virtue of n certain
graphics and We know that an J.m.'T. NO U5J fH'rJ'rclB Hnuthwnrdly from Urn renter H..lre. thence North :J decree entered In the Circuit: Court Ii
__ Marie D. Illiterate uneducated Barnes County., Kloilda, In the \lime\ of staid north' or left leg of ; 2 decreesevt Circuit of
Konrd ( \\' with until. line nf the Eighth Judicial '
imnae of County Comml8nloii of dividing onehundred I'.
people cannot iiIII which | pvntrr
Fenol Jones carryon ORDER OK SKRVICR Bradford County. Florida. wye truck. HHI ten (111(1)( feet mor. or "'lnrl NOTICE ,
line lofMtoil. the norlh-
ae rroHHWH
Jordan a quiet nation developed by'edu lean, to n point which In Florida In Chancery on
Louis twenty .
of County Commlnnloneraftt
eaaterly line of the right of I I'
STATIt1oMPF1AJltlrA way five (25) feet. norlhwentwardlvmi the Ott, day of February" A. 1)
es Wilkinson tatton cultured far-seeing TIIR ; Bradford County Florida.Bv for the mule truck of /)eorginSouthern nennlnirwherein 1",
Edgar peo- To. Jamea T. ( >'AHuri>d nt a right article) 'routthe 1041, In a cause therein t .' .
A Barnes who real- and Klnrlfla UallwiivCVnipuny
1' : W. M. Edwards, Chairman- WILI.IK MAW IIASCKIs.Joined .''I
ple. Education is needed. It deuce In unknown. center line of mild south or '
Special Reporters Attest: at a |olnt one hnndml by KKKD 1IAZMN' as her LL :
right leg of track said linecronnlnK .
xye .
Jeanette Parker should be more compulsory because It In hereby ordered that you are A, J. Thomas ((100) feet distant northtiaHtWHrilly ( the center line of said hiinbnnd. and next friend., Is 1'laln- 1.
ry Towmsend. there required to appear on the 7h. dRY Clerk of the Circuit Court. (niHiiHtircil at a right angle) frnnia. track eta located sad cotmtriictedat tiff and 10. J. Mnsen and wife; I1
are many who do not ot. April. A. D. 1941 before; the 2-21 6t 3-21 point In said center, lino of station II 14, KATIE M 1IAKKN: and the ''I11NI1'I'
accept the privileges which are above entitled court to the bill of main track three hundred eight South 24 dernes. pins 211'V..I.thence, STATES' 01" AMKHtCA I... f
itorial complaint filed against you in the. (ROM) feet North 3d degrees 0(1'( purallnl 1 I I:
"" with and. twenty-five 25 Defendant f. JOSEPH I>. HICI3' anSpecial
theirs In attending free schools, above entitled cause: and "Bral- 1% TUN ('O.- TY ".'Iun:'" rOl'ltT West of milepost 254-IJ on said| feet I distant < > 'Draslxr{ In Chancery: will Il

SKEMSTO: MK because there are many who at ford County Te'r' Ph" IH. hereby IIUtllPOKIt COIIVT\'-. FLOHII" railroad, sold lii-nrliiiilnit point l>e- ( at a rlKht norlhwentwardlvmeaKiilvd ante. ) from nell ti, the highest bidder for cash r : '
IT deaugnated an the newspaper in In re- KHTATB OK KAHL hag at station .1 plus 4H on Haiti nf the
best thing a man tend them who do not which thin. order Ibe enter line of nnld South or In front' of the Hunt door .ly
their shall be
About the ; put puMlMhmlf LAMAU (1KIOKR. Kl.- uurlh I or left leg of Httlil wyetrack fight leg. of wee track Court House In the City of Starke.Flurlda .
possess !Is i his friends. hearts and minds into getting the .a week for four co"UtlV8 SIB: BELLE OUlnKIt: ; and running thence In MII fifty ,tlS( ) fwl moreail' 0 atehundred 011I"ndAv. the and day
i pebbly week aWITNESS and II. F. OM1UEIt, easterly direct on, by.. tun (10)) 1941 the '
A, U. during
lees. to nuld (HUH between Si-c- of Alaich.
be made and I can- most out of them. We have the hand and the the left for :
have to my seal Minor degree riirvo to udistance of sale. the followingdescribed
tin ST., township( 7 "Hiiutb. flange. legal hours .
CM of hundreal t \
thin' '
"bought": as many think. chance. It Is left to each of us this 21th.court. dlor at Starke February! "'lnrldH! KOTK OF AIMM.ICtTlOV: TO of five flfty-1 !:2 Cant. and Section'! 2, Tu\\nnhlp property "I I t pate In ii
be A. D two 1652) tent to Htatlon 9 plus'
are some people who to' decide what each will do with 1941 KKI.Ij MINOHH I.AMt.: 00, point of tangent; I Ihrm-o tuntn R to1unl. h. !tunas' 22 ..Musi : thenceahum llrudfciicl (County Florida -wlt. : : '
There their best it. ((OFFICIAL BRAI: .) A:1.: Thomas Notice Is hereby given to all 53 d.*itrr.H 81' tHHt, one hundred nalil lant m ntl<>ntd line. The went half of the northeantltinrtef j
nk they can put on Only the strong survive in Clerk of the Circuit Court whom It may concern that I, 1lltO..y >..>- HfVttnty.flve < 17r>) fret to imlnt North 80 cleareen East, thirty (30) and went half of the east
thing they J, H Harrison l>Atkinson an guardian of feet, more or less, ti> point. of beHlnnliiifl <
the finest the race. If your mind is not Where said l renter iliac rrnnupadlvldlnir half of the northeast. quarter and
or nnld of (slid
then Plaintiff Attorney. 2-28 it 22t1arH'E KARL AMAU illCIGKH. KLSIKHKI.I.R iliac b..IW....n lunilfi. ofl : parcel "un- of the east I
I the went ninety yards
lbuy, and then just sit down strongly educated with the foundation (} H I a K K 1 anal H. K. < .lit.T llflin and laiifl. of thoHeirs tHlnlnir. Oil no., "'W" or less.| half nf the sast half of the ,
OKKiKH.( Minors heirs of P. MOelKer Tint eta Id two ,pfrtceln of land.
flock- ,
the people come which you may obtain at of John Phillips, rlocetiMpil Initethiir I noitheiint quarter of section five.tovtnnUlp I
1 have deceased, will on the 24th cciiit.UnliiMT 001 no more
l being a strip of Innd fifty tae ? south, range" \
to them like bees to honey. school, you need never hope to Frank !lfat")'. (Ilox S, Knmn, IMnrMH day of March A. D. 1941. apply' totlirt feet wide and seven .' ..dtwenty or lees, nvvvn,and contB4nln on ihunclrod '
and I '!, tilert. for ASSAULT WITH ltTL :- County Judge In And for Ururt- .. which stain. l application t will l hbuncil twenty east I
however, run the <*vrn (727) feet lungmraeured and e.n..hAIf
fooled race intelligently and
PV are suc N' TO MUltlLlt' entered a ileaof furl County Florida, at the Courthouse 1lnv upon the petltliin now on .
( van said enter ),
,, quick too. You have to cessfully. OUIt.TY and was. HPiUenri-il to In Ktuike' for authority to contulnliiK tall MI., miry or less I file In salt. CimitlitMnney. .inti-M, 'inoru or less,
Ity. ten yearn August II. I'I17'! at dell nt sale the entire IntereHt I tilcnlunnn' ,
friends and this la private I Parcel 2: HI mate In the HoulliwiBt or MO much thereof an may b. Kuf
ke your Marjorie Thompson. Ht4rk"l Florida and will apply Vir and estate of naKI minors Quarter of the MniilhoaKtJil.ifteM' 2-21 5t -2l Oitaicllan.TO flclrnt to rentlsa the amount of I.
through your personality. nit at the next meeting of In and to the following described ( (SWV, of SHU) uf said ,Inner decreed In wnld decree to, bdu ..
e act toward people the state Pardoning Board! lands In Bradford County. Florida Sixtlon: : .15. Townxhlp: 7 Soiitli. : \ WHOM I IT MAV roCICINotice : : !\: .. (the Plaintiff and all of thus. :
r way you School SkippingThere 3.28 2t 3-7 I to-wit: Run* it" 23 I0 "'t, UrR..rnl'. I'oiiiitvKloitilu 'In hereby seven Thai T cfiMtn of nuld Hitlt, ,:
ermines whether they will like Thono two (2) certain stripe, more piirtlrnluily d.-\ have filed my Fhiiil, Atfcoiinttntr, I Thl the Uih day of February
'IIU'-I; ;;
true friend I'M TIII ( u'r. r.M.nru l plecHN or parcelM. of bald ono ly- i-ilhod UK fnllown: HfKlnnliiK nt n with the County .liulne' and will 1 A.. D 11141. I y I ,I '
ii I and become your is something about skip- .)II)K-\I. C'IIU'I..r OK "'oil-- InK and being: on either side of "point ",'h"'e tint center line of on the 18th ilv, of Mulch A. |D. I .10SMPH H. ItICFSigned, ) t
Sow is 1 a very good time toke ping school which fascinates Ill IX AM) 1"011" lilt \ I>FOIIIoivrv. ) the center line of I the north or 1 llm. Month or right I leg of valil. wtinik \.. I t'JII .make 1t"'I1".tl"n" for KlnnlDlncbuiHfH 'Sieclnl| Mauler III CKaiicory.nol'OIJlM ''I I''I
'lends while are some (' i\ ('II SCEIl1; left )leg of wye track form Inn a vroHniM l thn I"wn..hll'!| aiul I an. Administrator" of the I c* Hl'IIAIIIly f t
your f i you people, allures them. They seem Hoy K. HammonH connection with the main Hi'rtton line between. 1 Hi'illon 31: I estate (if l ferry 1'1 decennvdF 'I Ini. .1. Carter Jr /
school. The best friends you'll think that Plaintiff, of thi. OtmiRln. Southern and Flair-I TowiiHhlp 7 !Soul'' n..n.2. East, F. Flume' Adm'r, for 1'lalnllff.
to it cute and smart, Hortloii M South 2. 14 4t 11.1 2-14 3t :a-2""
will be made right here. No. lUG ida hallway Companv", and a spur and 2. TownKhlp ,,.. I I _
'r have a novel idea to see whether one n"l.ti' M SiimmonH' ,
it and find l Defendant. : !, (I
friendlyjust try !
le will be and if .
caught caught to
will en- ORDER OP BPuvn'w NOTIOM ::1.J ; I
how much more you what extent the punishment will TO APPEAR ; '
Tim STATIC OP FI.OltinA) .
life ; : i
I go. It seems that they never ,
-Jack Halle.cet To Dei'Urn M. HuminonH, horosldencR '" (
stop to think what the cost is. In L'nknown. I 'I', 1
It U hereby doted that you ,nrreiiulipd \
They do not realize that they are to appear. tin the 71h day .. I

The SeniorsAn skipping responsibility-responsibi of April. A II. 1941 befiiiw. ', : (
above entllli'd court to the hill ,
lity to their parents-when they roinpUInt filed against you In th"l i

AutobiographyBy aro skipping school. The many above entitled cause' ; and 'l nnt \
ford County Trlemuph" IM hvreby I
I.sacrifices which parents make to il an the nvwiipnner' In 1

Mary Townsend semi their children to school I I which thin nrdei shall liu publtNhrdouro : (t !
{ week for four cO""C'IIt1V" 1 .
u t ', "
was born in Palatka Florida should not be regarded in such alight wei k". x' I ,

I September 3, 1923. My mother flimsy manner. I Witness my hand nod the seal nf 1 1'I ,,1 i i
chief thin court nt starke, 1 1"1"1'1.11Ihl" .. .
Ii me that my occupation Perhups the skipper gives as ': 27lh. day of February A P 1941. 'i I .
!'n I wall small was running j I (OPKICI\Ij SEAL: ) A.I. Thomas' > '- A' i 1 1il'
an excuse the fact that. he wants fleik of the Circuit L.uu"I.I.r. '', ., :; f ,
ly from home. I also liked to rr7 }t' I'' i irrtl
some pleasure some change from H HnrrlKon, ocw \1. ') 1k ,
,' and ride a tricycle. Once 11'll\lnllrr'H' Attorney 2-28 It 3-21 '," I" ,
I the monotony of school work Cut I I 4gi '
i went to a revival meeting !
in this not merely an excuse, not \0'1'1-1 nV YPPI.lrt'I'IOY .:, ;, !.
I the preacher called upon me ? School monotonous 'I "on '1''\'' ni> ,; J 'j .
a. reason seems .. A'!. :
11111e.. IlltlNOTICI3 : ..... '.
fling, I came forth with then (wants ... ;
only to those who want it to IS IIKUKIJV: (1IVK.V: That I I
popular "Three Blind Mice seem so. In this modern day of Roan, I'nrter holder of Tax Certl- \ ,
ich to the astonishment of the flriUft No. 215, issued the 7th daY il : {
education the illiterate person of August/ A. D. 1917 100M riled .,- *' ,,2.
ocher ame In my office and hun niaila, '"
stands chance. Of
no course one
application for a tnx deed to bo .
When I was six years old I Is not wholly educated in the high limned. thereon Snld certificate \. ., \..,... t.

rleJ to school I n Palatka. school and college, but there cer- embraces the following described. _kla\ ; =5'1' n \' ..' ..J I
property'In the County of Hradford. :; .' .
ter I moved to Wauchula where tainly Is a background there and State of Florida,' to-wit. q.a. '

iittemleil, school in the second lesson day mUsed I.otll 1, 2, 3, of nik 22, Temples, j. : Jf. I ;
every every Addition to Stark, Section 2". I
de. From there we went to from class can never be regained.One Township II South Range 2'J ilCunt.Tho IF, 1 'i i r aN'

'ildick for my third year of cannot call back time, or under BBHennment. the Maid of the certificate said property Issued -- :,\ <

loot. We then moved back to I turn back the pages of life. wan In tho name of J. W. Edwards 'i

latka and I went down to Waua L"
... .
Of course the non-ambitious UnleHH said certificate shall ba
and lived with my grand- redeemed according to law t Ii a "
the inconsiderate 11
person, person I ; I
ither and attended school there. I property, described therein will ba. !!', .
the selfish person does not care bidder at the
old to the highest .
After back to Palatka
coming about these things a t all. He courthouse door on the flrnt Mon IfN +' Fr S t t"i I
i going to school In the fifth 1 day In the month of April 1941 ,
does not want t o think about day of A (ril '
which la the 7th 1 I
de there we moved out to February. .
i them. Therefore he takes advantage Dated thla 27th day of ,
State Farm where we have 194 t. \\t 1 I II
of every opportunity to (OFFICIAl. SKAL: ) 1\:1.: Thomas
d eve r' since. I went to I r'r '
: Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
001 in Raiford through, the i skip} school. Do you think this i County. Florida.. 2-28 4t 3-21 .1.\.1.I \ :

kind of person will succeed? Do i 'S oar % .
hth grade and then started to : -, l
think you' will succeed if
H. S., where I have been going you I iv Tim ciuri'iT rot'IIT iv _''''U I
you skip school ? FOIl tlHAI/KOIII> 4' 0 II N'r ,. tk! :
r since. Fl.OIUIIt." IV C;la4NCFIIY!\ : '
-Marjorie Thompson. .
: Bass, '
Howard J'a
Since I r
was about nine years Plaintiff 1
I have been trying to write >vsLena 1 e -. '
: Accidents Cost much of the food that e ":
ries, poems etc. HIIBH, you ," :

.[y likes are literature writing I, Lives In the Defendant.Name of the State. of .How 1 \, .
96,500 "
I Florida: (JreettnifTo : do you actually use? Is it ?Kti 1y
friendly people (and also residenceIi | ,
I Lena Bass whose .
king). )Dislikes i I 'are math During Year 1940The l unknown. YOU AUK! HKHKHVKnorillKU : .. ..
do '
: TO appear to the (Hill safely preserved, or spoilageand ,, p.'i: :

ily hall on rainy day,. and National Safety Council reports of :Complaint filed herein against I I .
nip ; or before the 7th clay of ; ,
greens. you on ?
into budget i I'Decide
|Iecres Pro waste eat your
that 96,500 persons were I April A, -'P. 1911 or
My favorite sports are foot- 'will be entered agalnuty
killed In accidents in the United I, ConfenHo ,
'I. bRHkelball and hiking. My to that leak 1 '
today stop
ORTlEHKn I that
States last year. IT IS PUKTHEH ::1
'f! ambitions Is to go to cola I I thus: notice be published In the .
and become successful Another 9,100,000 we rein- Urndford County Telegraph. a. a
a newspaper published In /llradford food the 1 "
Her jured.It I County once each. week for four Keep your way your'i

estimated the economic loss consecutive week
WlinesB my hand and official butcher keeps his-with automatic
TOMORROW: Including medical expense prop- I' seal thin the 25th day of Febru t.. :

this day has done bad erty damage, lost wages and the ary. A. II 11141.
you (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas electric refrigeration. You'll be .e '.
II'' you feel you'll tier' be glad overhead." cost of insurance, at Clerk of Circuit Court. 2-2H 4t 8-21 .. '<. ,, ,

''t off your troubles and be gay $3,500,000,000.Climbs. dollars ahead by buying at 1,1, -.,
IV "'lid (.UU..T CII'II'r f O U 1
Is another 4 Per dent
day TIII) IIIII.I'II JIItltlAb (11111'r -

hope within you all has fled I 'The council said that the 1940 (FOa- nV KI.OHIU1.oirv.!IV .A :.V IC'II litiiAiirouii > cheaper "quantity prices", and by ; ,

i I death toll was 4 per cent--or almost _'\( .;11 V.

'k you to the wish future that you and were take dead hope 4,000 lives-greater than It Catherine Plaintiff 1.. Aklnft, preserving valuable "leitovers"for : ;

again was In 1939. Sam-va-A. Akins'Defendant.; another day. Your savings in '
This was the first increase over (I r l'l :
tomorrow OltPKIt": TO API'RAU:
since 1936 but ,
may bring relief a precedlrg! year '
I Turn STATE! OF FIXIHIDA; food economies soon repay
from *
pain. the council said that U was far | TOHAM' A. AK1NS M!

You heart can sing no from the highest on record. In Kunk Texas. modern ref i
song It IH hereby ordered that you are the first cost of rig- !
aUae this day has done you 1936: there were 110,052 deaths. required to appear on the 7th day 1 ,.
wrong. of April 1B41. before the above I
The death rate per 100,000 entitled Court to the Jllll of Complaint eration.- 1

not drift about and mope population In 1940 was computedat filed again you and In ,'The I the ''to .
entitled cause
tomorrow brings new hope. 73.2. Since 1900 there have above Bradford County Teleirraph" l I. : I
aatM newspaper And not only that. Electric refrigeration
-Mary Townsend. been only eight years with lower hereby designated
In which/ this order shall be '
rates. published once a week for four ; '. :
costs less from day to day
consecutive weeke.WITHKHS .
rat Grade News Half of the 1940 Increase the (4) the Honorable A. Z.andithe ,

council said came from traffic SnalaoftthisfCuurt, In Court.the than old-fashioned methods. Just
February j I. a happvmonth.. acci- l t1 .
accidents, with occupational City of Stark", BradfordCounty, i
"e \
great men. were born in dents accounting for most of the "Florida this 20th day of February ask your neighbors. 11\ .
ruary. We 1941. i
are making a remainder. (OFFICIAL SEAM A.:1.: Thomas

klet and' In It w ill be pictures Clerk of the. circuit Court Hrnl- 11't .

"tories ford County, Florida.
about our flag, Edl- Finds Father Lloyd was, ,
Lincoln St. Valentine, Wash- Attorney for Plaintiff, ( j
on and Longfellow. After 16 YearsSgt. Jacksonville. Florida. 2-21 4t 3-H ; tl f
-- '

e had! a Valentine party Feb- IV: TIIK ClllCl'IT COI-IIT. Klr.HTHJIIIMII. .. I '
14th. Some Albert J. Zinni of Camp cincur OP" irion1114. -
mother and IV AVI> FOIL IIKAUFORU" )
children were Invited as our Blanding spent a recent week- (OlVrV.: IV CItANCEitV.If. ( '$. r i

end leave at his home in West ; E. Odom, .' '

EI Miss Ruby LJlley. teacher. Palm Beach.A Plaintiff.. No. US J. G. SPENCER, Mgr. 'I :

strange man approached him Emm4rFi.Mdo t.

Forefathers on the street asked his name and OHPKIl) OK 8RTIVICK: ILLiI
soldieras NOTICE TO AI'I''J'' ;
then stood staring at the TIlE HTATR OP VLOItIl.AITO !

A Nation If unable to believe what he known.: Emma F. Odom Address Un. PREPARES: --Our country's electric power industry I r

'fur had heard. It !I. hereby ordered that you l needed for j
M 0 W la supply all/ Die power '
forefathers planted a na- father the older are required. to appear on the Jrd,, is prepared I I '
oi new "I am your of March, A. D. 1941 before, need -
seed In rich. fertile : man said, when once more able day the above entitled court to the bill ational defense. Taxes for defense used'I/'I

many years ago. Te) |n. of complaint filed against you In spent in buildmg power plants, but can be /
'" Planting I to speak. the above entitled raune: and '
has not been InI had "Bradford County Telegraph" U ships tanks munitions, and .. I .
), for 16 directly to buy planes I '
many harvestings have For years Sergeantwith hereby deilirnated a. the newspaper i t
.e from that believed the whom In which this order. shall be published ether equipment for the protection of our natioq
one Planting. The week tor four con
-a, but Investigation one. a r
his parents, (
character the love of he lived were aerurlve. weeks..
[ Jnm, were proved the strangerwas WIT) J:l & my hand and the seal I
the two main rea- of this eourt at Btarke. ri..rtrln. i's'

t why the Pilgrim stayed on right.It this J4th.. day of January, A. D. 1 1SEE

the cold bleak Maine. land. seems that .his mother and (1941.OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas

la'ir mfJU' bo I e s. ta.lents.'k' father separated when his he mother was Clerk A. W. of Chadwlek.the I Circuit Jr. 8L Court Augusttae, YOUR DEALER !

minds and love were la the only two years old. ..!orIel&. fUlntlfrs AtVjij.! .
of When she e.ji
creating Wax with. her.
: a new free land. I taking


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house hunting Seems Mrs Club To Give Tea Mission Hall seated by the children' chol'llJ
f SOCIETY and CLUBS Bertha Pearce will toKe over their For Officers' WivesThe And TabernacleMany Splendid work la being done b;

present shelter to* tier boardinghouse Mrs. Jennie Thornqueat

No.2. Not official yet, "Woman's' Club y:< gtarke visitors were present at training of these children in tie

i L. S. Hulto Celebrates60th Mrs. Darby Honored Mc-Call-Thornton but understand the A & P may will entertain at tea FV>d\X afternoon the Mission Hall last Tuesday Wednesday afternoon the rhiidrro EVely

Birthday Anniversary At Informal Party Marriage Announced POOH occupy a new building planned March 7, hontjIAi:: the nIght George F. Tibbitts and gather for music and pracnce.w\
for the corner ofC a I 11 &: I Bible study. All child T
from Keystone Heights ret
at party
f officers statfaAed are .
wives 0
L. S Hutto, who was 60 yearsof Mrs J. M. Darby, who has been Mr. and Mrs W. E. Thornton I Cherry The'cJtAW laenvbeis dropped In unexpectedly, Gordon vited to attend. The meeting hi
Saturday, celebrated the employed for about four years of Starke'announce the marriage Joe Wilson struCK by flu twicein Camp Blanding. \ : Purdy had charge of the music gins immediately after 8ehon)
age of their daughter, Selma Faye, to will receive guest J between:/ *\
District Welfare new out.
event with a family dinner on with the the same season, bus portion of the service. Mr and
I Sunday, which wan attended by has resigned:! her position and the Z. Wilbur McCall of Gainesvilleon theme song "H IIV com, you 4 and 6 o'clock at the Woman'sClub Mrs. Frank Lloyd and family, Next Friday night it
la ,,.
Mills Carolyn Hutto of Columbia, office force of the district gavean February 2, In Macclenny. flu me like you do. clO! do?" Building.Because of Summerville, Mass, were also pected that, Edward Hancox dl
informal tea Monday afternoonin The bride Is a popular memberof sailors headln' for the of the imposallity'ofobtaining )
S. C. Ml's Edna Hutto and Miss Coupla among the visitors. putatlon secretary of the World.
the young set and la finishing afternoon, complete lipk ot of
Irene Denmark of Jacksonville her Park Theatre' Sunday a "Take and Partake" was the wide Evangelization Crusade
affair took placein school at Bradford High. lookln' klnda 'An no ficer's wives the Wom< ti'A Club MI
This -
pleasant sheepish
Mr. and Mrs. ,A. H. Hall, and Mrs. subject of the Bible Study. Peter, have charge of the service,
Green Cove Springs at the Mr McCall la the son of Mrs. wonder Two ailOS|. and 13- is issuing a blanket j Wit at ion will t be p,
in of his epistles speaks of accompanied
one by
of Lake Pr,
MIrIam Stubbs who Mary Frances McCall All offlcera'
home of Miss 000 soldiers! through the press. Thomas ,
Mr. Hutto has seen .30 years of from being partakers of the divine na Moody who has spent 4t
He graduated
Butler. was
used variety of Spring flowersin wives are cordially invited to at-
'14 service<< with the Seaboard Air a for the occasion.As the Lake Butler High School and Seems that blonde kuth Clark ture. Jesus said "Take my 'yoke years in the Belgian Congo. na
decorating tend.
Line Railway Co., and many token of: appreciation of her also attended the Massey Business (Dr. Brownlee's office) was accidentally upon you and learn of me. "It Is ,. lecture will be illustrated wisp
friend called during: the day, of- a In Jacksonville. At bopped Ort the head bya by taking what God offers us that slides.
work, a pair of boudoir lamps College bowling ball at Klngpley' Beach W. M. S. To Begin Next
fering congratulations.STARKG he is employed as book- we become partakers of His Sunday night the s
to Mrs. Darby. present rtlci
were presented
last week Should end the
keeper for Bell Bakeries in age Week of Prayer Monday blessings. will be fin.charge of Ralph Comet
Gainesville.Mr. old argument: Which .Is harder-a Services were held at the Tab- Sunday School hour at the Till

Chairman AnnouncesU. and Mrs. McCall will be at woman's head or bowling ball? Programs for theJ \! k of ernacle last Friday and Sunday ernacle Sunday afternoon, 3 !'.
, Park D. C. Hostesses home to friends In Gainesville P. S.-The ball Won My Prayer for Home MI sA1'I1It Will nights Special music was pre- clock. ?

sympathies to Ruth, Who sustained begin Monday, and all /,\>"ir circles I
Mrs L. A. Davis, chairman of a slight fracture of the Baptist W. At'U I
Theatre W. T. Weeks St. Mark's Auxiliary For Ford Sales and Service See
entertainment of the Bill Plummer: rate'Beln'! meet at the church at A'clock Your Local

k FLA. Chapter U. D C., announces the Gives Delightful Tea In the magazine blznena. he's already -: with Circle No. 1 in 'criaPge of Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located
f the following
, Ilradford County' Newest and appointment 0 of the St. Mark's Auxiliary of the had a preview of the eager- the program. I One Block
l Up-To-Date Theatre hostesses for the remainder Church entertained at ly-awaited Saturday Evening; Post Circle No.2, will have" charge South of S, A. L. DepotJ.

club year: Episcopal I article on' Starke Says it's of the program Tuesda.ft. r.
FIIOGKAM WEEK OF March: Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. a tea, from four to six. Wednes- ,
the best of tha'lot and "really noon and Circle No. 3 vJl|/\ con
FEU. 27TII L.,, A. Rennolds, Mrs. K. K. Ferryman day afternoon of last week com- '
does Starke justice"What. W.
duct the program Thursday lifter- ANDREWS\ JR.
Thurs, & FrI. :27 2HAdmimlon Mrs. L.. H. Hill. plimenting Camp Blanding ladles ever that might mean! Seems ,
? Matinee 25c Night April: Mrs. E. L. Matthews, who are members of the Episcopal it's set for 'she Issue ot March IS: noon.The

SOc Tux Included Mrs. K. S. Matthews, Miss Madge church. (on newsstands March 11 or 12)) series will be ePn4laded' No. Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
Middleton. The tea table was covered witha Friday afternoon with Circle
+ "TilE OL SWIMMING better be there with
so you early
May: Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs.J. Florentine cloth and centeredby 4 in charge. All membe *)f the\
HOLE" pickle and
Green an attractive arrangement of your grab your copy W.: M. S. are urged i W. Andrews, Mra R. A. ,
t 4 With I' while the grabbing good each FLORID.BEN
Talisman and narcissi meeting.
Jones Miss Arline Mann. roses ;
Moran March May ,
Jack ,
Junior who the
Paramount News Short Subject< June: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Misses cream colored tapers In sliver Dowling joined :
c Olive und Amelia Ray, Mrs. Paul- holders balanced the central ar- Army so suddenly' it ,took every- Circles of W. S. C. & '

I} Saturday, March 1 ine Torode, Mrs. Effie Miner. rangement. At one end of the body's breath away, now in the SUSLOW. j

DOUBLE FEATURE Oct.: Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. O. table was placed a silver tea service hospital way out California Circles of the Woman' society'
AdmIN lon. 2So All Day Tux: Li. Beaitley, Mrs. M. F. Brown. and at the other wall a large Must be t h 6 t TERRIBLE: of Christian Service WIJneet\ :MILITARY! SUPPLIES AND NOVELTIES j
I California weather ..., But Junior Monday afternoon at tjr&0 o'
Included silver tray holding open-faced i
__ _
__. $2.50
he likes It there ,
First Feature sandwiches. Cookies, mints and says Might clock. Circle Number rjh* will
Executive Board Meet COTTON RIDING PANTS ______: ____.__ ___. $1.00 I
' even on after he serves his -
Wm. Henry and Virginia I>"le salted nuts were also served. Mrs.L. stay I meet with Mrs. A. F. (?a.ttla at
In"PAROLE The Executive Board of the Harris poured tea from this time Better not let the Fla. I her new home on MI:Aiahon ARMY WOOL SHIRTS __________-_______-__ S2.00 {

FIXER" Woman's Club will meet Thursday well appointed table. State Chamber of Commerce hear Street. Circle Number Tpvl will ARMY COTS -___________________________ ,_ $2.50 j

J. Edgar Hoover' Expo tuei r afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, at the During the afternoon a large you say that Junto- ... ,.,, be entertained by Mi8H.* Olive GUARANTEED REBUILT ARMY SHOES ___ $2.00 I

i On Parole Racket club house. number of ladles called. Among those s )lngln' out at and Amelia Ray, atheJF home RAIN COATS ____________..;.________________ $2.00 I
Second Feature the opening of the new,, AlligatorClub on North Walnut Street;- Circle SPECIAL complete outfit khaki pants and shirt $2.00 I
Jack Randall -- Tuesday nighl were Pearle i Number Three will entertained

"LAND OF SIX GUNS" Carolyn Callstreet Manning Joe Edvwds, ,Johnnie by Mrs. Charles Darby a.Ad' Mrs. I
CARTOON Torruella, James--"tnat barber ofDill' J. R. Wainwright at the notne of "The Army Store
-- ---- ---- ---- the former "
., and numerous' other lo- on North. sherry

V MID-NIGHT SIIOW SATUR- I Dear C-Streeters: .' WonderIf bald Johns In quest of a dime, calites Some more or less.Incognito Street.U 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.
DAY NIGHT AT 11:30 too have noticed the In- and our famed fisherman assuming if you knovC what I mean S9f
Admission SOo Tax Included you .mImtJI.1! cB>>mr mmrnnm:1f.> : &flJfBlfJf3tld; #!! !!
" flux of mendicants (beggars, to a great air of indignation, ", Sugar UndefWood'a music D. C. Will Meet
On The Screen"SAINTS you!) on Call Street these busy asked just what the stranger I was O. I{., considerln'" the fact

DOUBLE Saturdays .. Course we all feel meant by "working my aide of the' that the boys had a little wreckon ,The W. T. Weeks Ch\l\ bfcr' of CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I

TROUBLE"With sorry for these unfortunates, but street" The dime-seeker was the way down .and several the U. D. C., will meet atbe

ti'. their scrambled harmonies could very apologetic and said that didn't get there a-tftH! a-tall .. I home of Mrs. L. H. Hill f,0wtey, ,
Sander and SALE-Practically new $300 FOR SALE:-a. wood or coal-burn
hardly be called exactly easy on since business was so dull 'on the Well, here I am a.t the bottomof Wednesday afternoon Math 6. at
Kela electrolux refrigerator, k e r 0- ing circulating heater. Price
IAJROHI the ears Guess they've heard other side he thought: he'd switch the col.! and, you. haven't hada 3:30: o'clock. half
model for .
ALSO SHOUT HimJKCT: sene only price. $10. Telephone 141. lip
about the free'n'easy money in and that he didn't know Mr. chance to nay A word Henry Boelter back of Thomas'
On The Stage circulation from Camp Blanding Johns was workin' over there Sorry Next week I'll let Recent Births GUlf Gas Station Road 13 to FOR RENT-Furnished room In

"FANTASMA FOLLIES"Entirely Seems that the "honor sys YOU do the talklnSo, long Jacksonville. ltp private home. Double bed with
New llurlenque Anyhow What I started out tem" turns up In the strangest 'j Mr. and Mrs. L T h A r nton Beautyrest mattress Meals If

NumbersSun. to tell you is the most amusing places a*., --Carolyn.tARD Johns, Hampton, Feb. 17, I:.Py. HOUSE FOR RENT-Modern desired. Yellow bungalow on

.'t, & Men. March :23 story of this, or any other, week Jlts'n'Jots: Tall an' han'some 3ft' J Mr. and Mrs.- Roy R. CeAione, four-room house, good condition. street back of Armory, Starke.

? I Admiwilon Matinee 25c. Night, ,. ,. Seem one of the numeroua Bob McCllnithon 1 In his new OF.;,TJ VNKS_ Starke. Feb. 21, 'girlbnnio: Place for chickens and' hogs. lip,

800' Tax Included1. pandhandlers approached Archl- police uniform Mrs. L. A. We wish to thank everyone in Matte, ,Wood;,, free' for own.use. $\ .. OpE'r .
Lucille, Ball and James Ellison. Davis, honor guest ''u' week at our community JLor Ae kindness Mr. 'ka it'd: Mri., EdWt"=price 'month. Fred Andr ewe, ) TRAILER ACCOMODATIONS offered -

,In THREE-MINUTE RELIEFThree U. D. C., tea In Plant City ? : rendered during the sickness. and Starke, Feb.' 21, girl, "Pa( y Tho- Box 224, Lake Butler, Fla. ltp I In exchange for house-

"YOU CAN'T FOOL Paul Knight's song title klnda death of our son. and for the leah" 'w" keeping services. Light'' dutien.
YOUR WIFE"PARAMOUNT : minutes after you take cute "Ignorance Is Bliss" : beautiful flowers. Especially do HOUSE IN GAINESVILLE Good opportunity for married

K NEWSSTORTSCOPK BI. tna-Rex to relieve acid-indiges- ('Cept when you're wrltln a gossip -, we thank Mr*. Viola McCalmy, "If More Old PZpl FOR RENT-25 Rooms,' 'steam- couple.-A p ply Chamber of

' -' tion, :you will feel better. Blsraa- col., Paul) v Ruth Alvarez Mrs. Annie Aldridg, Mra. Clara heated, furnished to sleep 38 Commerce, Starke. It
would use ADLERIKA the Vould
Rex goes to work promptly andkeeps new 'receptionist at Leila's .' / people. Located on
Bell Williams, and Aunt Ida principal
ON THE STAGE AT, for feel better. I'm 70 and hVA badit FURNISHED HOUSES FOR
right on working pro-
Irene Bennett nee d ed in the street. See owner' at 523' N.
3:50 7SO 9:80 P. M. on hand for 14 (5;. M.-
q longed relief. Blama-Rex acts ;years ( RENT
booths Mrs. from 9th St. Gainesville. ltp
Brundage ,
, e9 SUNDAONL\ four ways to relieve acid-Indiges -Mr, and Mrs. Bverett: Green. EoDak.For) QUICK bowel f Action FOR RENT-Completely 1 furnished ,
Kingsley Beach, whose son Is the
Dixie' Champion Radio Attraction tion. Buy a bottle of 50 doses and relief from bloating tfM, try three bed-room house jn
voice of Tarzan in Hollywood BLANDING OFFICERSTwo
at the Rexall Drug Store. ADLERIKA today. GAINESVILLE. with
for 50c Typewriter all kinds Equipped
Wonder if h '
e writes h i
JUBILEE HILL BILLIES Store In for sale the new, comfortable; furnished fuel-
Carpenter's Drug or just screeches at Telefcrvph office. AT YOUR DRUG STI HL large electric refrigerator,
I avail-
cottages) are now
Starke. oil with outside
Flynn Dubose an' Malcolm: t--- .. ......_ -" .. -- ..... ..... -,v .?..."" ...,a.A'NNOUN'C1NG able on beautiful :20-aere lake- tank burning, gas range, rugs on all
Garner of Hooper Construction front 33 miles south of Camp
I I floors all inner-spring
Co. out j-buggln' the last night Excellent
Blsndlng. swimming
mattresses water heater radios

,: THIS IS BIG NEWS of Whiskers, .,Malcolm's. He's now been freedom,nabbed. as Red by a civilian Uncle and "itee and Strictly!.fish Lazy prl\ate.1 II n If Ranch.. Inspection Free See boats.sign In- age.plenty basis Priced t of o shade responsible right and o good n parties yearly gar

Thtlma Alvarez :
strutting a
: ft The on highway five miles south of only. 115: East Union St. or
tiful Also .q
green coupe
THE DRESSES Johnnie Torruella awankin' aroundIn I (' .... Grandln on Interlachen road.- phone 1137-5: Gainesville. Itp
DON, Opening :,',. Write Lazy II, Box 431, Starke,
OUR $16.75 a brand new number Lu- 11. \
CLASSY JEAN bedla Johns home and up again LADY TO SELL ADVERTISING -

/, & ULOOMFIELD AND $19.50 VALUESCASH after several months of serious Of New OfficesWEDNESDAY1 HOUSE FOR RENT-Modern SPACE FOU

Illness seven-room house good condi- MILITARY PAPER
NOW ON AND Myrtlce Klllingsworth Dennis : MARCH 5 tion. Place for chickens and Good Commission

$5 Bride of a month 'Sa' ,
hogs. Garage. Wood free for Cover Palatka Lake City
SALE At CARRYNO downwrlght shame to keep your own use. $15: per month. Fred Starke.
Aunt Carolyn in the dark. like Andrews 224 Lake Butler for
Box Experience an aid. IDKVK:
CHARGES, NO RETURNS, ALL SALES FINAL that After, all I get Fla. Itp Army Man's Wife
paid by the inch you knowandI
must keep brother Calvin in FOR SALE: Cottage at Kingsley Write Southern military Near.

cigarettes Oh, well .. Con- Lake. 60 ft. lake frontage. FURNISHED COTTAGES SLake

gratulations anyhow. Candy 225000. Terms. I Santa Fe. 5 miles east of

ANOTHER GROUP I'll forgive you this time Small house ia Starke, 4 rooms Waldo. Electric lights, run

$3 75 Personal nomination for young- 'Includes acre of land with sufficient ning water. Inquire L e wU

i VALUES TO $8.95 eat look In' duddy ia town -Edwin frontage to build. 2 or Jewelry Co., Gainesville, FII
e .
Green The younger they are 3 more houses. d
the prouder they are, I guesa Small cottage at Kingsley Lake. -

., Anyway, Edwin looks mighty 170000. N. HELP WANTED
happy about the whole thing v t7 Excellent business on Road' 48 WANTED TO CONTACT
An' can'you blame him? near Camp Blandlngv, includingland Woman interested In managinghouse

LARGE SELECTION Cutest name to, come out' of with I 207 ft. frontage, for family in Gainesville

$2 98 the boom: The Tic Toe Tap, new building and equipment. Thisis In exchange for salary, room.
VALUES TO 6.50 Call Street delicatessen a real opportunity. Requires board and laundry and possibly

Swellegant place Al Lozoff U,2:50.QO: cash. room or apartment for husbandover
an" Artie Schneider deserve a lot FOR RENT: Store room 20x70 week-ends. Phone Galn< -

of credit But take a tip frontage. With living quarters. ville' 132 for appointment. 'I4

PICK YOUR CHOICE from Aunty ,C. and don't try to Excellent location for Drive-In
$1 tell anybody In a hurry that the stand and Trailer Camp.FHA TYPEWRITERS-New
ANY HAT IN STORE portable, 'td.down. $S *
Tic Toe is
right across the street loans for repairs and new ,15.
from the Tip Top 1 made the buildings.W month. Prices startatBradford TeleJrapl.!
fatal mistake tother day an' got ,T. Clute Frank W, Brown County It
All Sweaters Going At $1.00 so tangled up I sounded like a C. A .Futch H. A. McKInnonC. Starke, Fla.

cross between a tongued-tied A. Futch H. A. McKinnon
Chink and an outboard motor. CONSTRUCTIONALL
Lois Ferryman's snazzy Roman Located FOR RENT-Lovely tile 8-room

CLOSING OUT striped turban had 'em ooln' and home, 4 bedrooms, 2' baths upstairs TYPES. NEW STRUCTURES

ahln at the Methodist. Church Over Old Postoffice all beautifully furnished. OR REPAIRS
i' All Children's Socks Sunday ayem Seems she Furnace and sun heater. Kitchen Plans Estimates and Architectural '

started on a trip to Tampa an' electrically equipped. Located Service Free
Former 25c Socks discovered at Gainesville that EYES GLASSES in Ocala Fla For inspection -

2 Pairs For __ __ _. _. 35c she'd forgotten an extra hat so write Mrs. Gladys G. M. DAVIS
there was nothln to do but atop EXAMINED FITTED Thlgpen. Box 652 Starke. Fla. General Contractor

Former 19c Socks an buy another' Well, any 2-28 2tp Gainesville, Florida

2 Pairs For __ ._._ _ 25cMarguerite's way (gag or not) It worked, andIf LENS FOR SALE-The 0 e m Lunch, 730 E. Depot Phone 10&4
a bad Is
memory good for a
one ,block north of Courthouse
.J ,new hat,. I'm '
gonna develop anlawful
> : IuPLICATED! on Temple Avenue. Fully .
acute attack of absentmindedness .FOR SALE-National steel guiUf
I d equipped,.. Reasonable terms. good. as.. new. Coat ,$73 wiiA
See'Mfss-Kathleen _
Hall ,
ShoppeStarke I Hlt'n'Run: Ralph Cox: (ROT 2-21 2tp owner case. Will'sell less thaD' *"

I C.Lester) beckoned Price Robinson by Uncle ez-Starke-Sam DR. A. \W. BLOODWORTH\ : I price.-110 Call St:, Starke, rVt

Florida FOR SALE pool tables In
Ite. now in Apopka) "selected" to :
,4 l',Joln the boys at Standing OPTO3IETRIC EYE SPECIALIST good condition, 41-2x9 feet.- I MESSENGER BOY WANTS
i John and Marguerite Garner C. M. Childrea Pelham Ga. I 16 years old. Apply We.telII
2-14 3t I Union, Starke, Fla

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.. FEB 281941 ;:

28. 1941 PACE F)V* ; to

r BITS of LOCAL NEWS' 4dbur 4 Mrs. W, U Wall has returned- piano and it Is hoped on the FLA. STATE FARM f visited I his parents. Mr. and Mr. ii i

home after upending several daysin xylophone also. By .Minn: Mary Townsend J. E: Townsend Tuesday. '\ :,
I club met at ,
Jacksonville. M r s. Wall's The local bridge !
-- --- --- -- friends are glad to know that she At the morning hour the :March Church service were heM Sun- : the home of ){rs. L. F. Chapman I I ''I
a visitor In Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dane and Mrs. G. L. Patten, Week of Prayer for Home Missions
Wood was 0 f Tallahassee is now feeling much better day night In the Log Cabin I last week. .
the latter part of last daughter, Barbara Jean, spent is spending this week here !! will be 'Inaugurated by a Shrine with the Rev I*. A, Shepherd tI 'Ii' '.

n1a the week-end in Plant City. with her mother, Mrs. E. E. Can- Miss Jeanette Darby of Jacksonville message from. Chaplain T. C. officiating Ha chose (the I I :

ova. Miss Marguerite Darbyof Ifollnnd( S tat ion Complement, subject, "In The Image of God,"
Mrs. Etholin Savage, clerk in i
r. untl,' Fernandlnapwith spent the county agent's office, ia at 1 iI i i Tampa, and Miss ,Betty Darbyof I Camp BUndlng, who was for for his inspiring sermon
\ Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, O. I Lake City were guests Sun- many years a missionary to Prior to the sermon the con
l layn home this week because of ill- '
Davis nen8. P. Hutto. and Shuron Hull were day of Mr. and Mis. T J. Griffin Puerto Rico. He will speak from gregatlon was favored with a I \ ; ,
Jacksonville visitors Saturday aft- and Mrs. Carrie-Ritch. personal experiences there during hymn by the Shrine Quintette, "

.. i }P Shepherd spent Tues. ernoon. that period taxing as his subject composed of Mrs. L. A Shepherd I
[ and Wednesday' with friends Capt. S. A. Bryant has returned Mrs. U. A. Davis, accompaniedby "The Spanish Speaking Peo Mr. J, M. Hitch R. II.
del, Ga, to Starke after a visit Miss| Marlon Dowling of Jacksonville j I Mrs. George H. Lennon of pie! Since Southern Baptist Cox, tt. A. Shepherd and J. M. rl I
with 'relatives in Bat-tow and spent the week-end herewith Jacksonville, went to Plant City Home Missions deal very largely Hitch and also a tenor duet sling .I ,

Helen fowling is now em- Tampa. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday and returned Friday. with Spanish speaking peoples, by Mr. Shepherd and' Mr. Hitch. \
w$ ,
cd in the office'' of City Clerk E. J. Dowling. While there they attended the thin message will be timely and Circle Number One of W. M. :. :
Drexel Bullivant i is back in ll
Johns Miss fourteenth birthday anniversary helpful. Because of Nazi fifth IT. met at the home of JUra. La- '
I her position at the Ritz Cafe after Mrs. 'Carrie Ritch Mrs.. J. K. of the Plant City Chapter United columnist activities in Cuba and mar Whldden last week and Circle V \ ", '

B. Rowe, Miss Edith Rowe spending: a month with her moth I Futch, Mrs. H. L>, Brownlee and Daughters of the Confederacy. the nearby islands Inhabited by Number Two met at the homo ,

land Mrs Clyde Rowe Janet in Hastings. daughter, Madge, spent Wednes- Spanish speaking people this I of Mrs. W. E. Malone. / RE SAYill I 6RtJlt ,'I", \

.rson and Bettle Burton drove day In Jacksonville. Mrs. Nat Williams la in River message should prove especiallyvital Mr. and Mrs. J, R Crews 'I'', : :'
Sunday and Mrs. A, M. Darby spent this side Jacksonville and The ,
uytona Beach Hospital. as Interesting morn have moved to Staike where Mr. I
"accompanied home by Mrs. week in Gainesville with her son- Miss Caroline Hutto of Colum the result o t ,.'injuries received ing worship service a t which Crews la employed in the Tip '0'

Biker who will spend the in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. bin S. C., was a weekend guest when aha was struck down by an Chaplain Holland will I speak begins Top grocery. store. J i I\
I i
i here. DeWItt C. Jones. I in the home of her parents, Mr. automobile in front of her homeon at 11:00 o'clock. I \v. E. Townsend of McIntosh ( ''"' I ..>'t. IS ,.t:.}, : '
._ and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Road 48 Tuesday morning. She j
--.__. ----- ------ '
--- I did not hear the car although the 1. Recently in a survey lo discover ,
driver, an employe of Camp what housewives think of Southern 1\
Ritz TheatreSTARKE Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and Blandlng. stated that he blew the Twin Pack Bread the following went 't : '
[ daughter, Mona Claire, of Tallahassee horn several times.. While Mrs. occurred: "
spent the week-end herewith Williams' condition Is not critical '
Mrs. G, W. Alderman. she! sustained three fractures of ;
the pelvis bone and other Injuries. ,;,
N. N. Prevatt, manager' of the ,
First' Run
Latest local A & P Store Is able to be :I J JX
Candlelight Service I
out after being ill at his homo WAITUntil ,1': ;
Friday, February 28 here for the past two weeks. At Baptist

Richard Dix In ( :,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Finfer of A Candlelight Communion service ,..\1, ,
"CHEROKEE STRIP" Washington recently opened a will be held at the Baptist :
ALSO CARTOON & Fete Smith Specialty jewelry and engraving business in church Sunday at the evening ,. i I\
the corner of Barksdale's stoie. worship hour. This Innovation Is. i'\IIthS

Saturday, March 1st caused by the fact that many lire I ".,1 ,'

Midnight; Show 11:30 Mrs. Pearl Courson of Lulaton, unable to attend services at the ( ) : .. o :
3 Mesquileers In : morning hour, particularly after the accidentto
The Admission" lOc & 25c Tax Ga., and Julian MIddleton of At- manyof I k.,1 I
-Rocky( Mountain Ranges" Included kinson, Ga., were here Saturday the Baptist men at Camp Blan-
visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Mid- ding. The service will be guidedby check on l t t !
up your
Also Chapter 6 of Ann Southern In dleton. the pastor and deacons as 2. Interviewer How do you do, J
"Maisie Was A Lady" usual in such services, with visitIng ma'm. I'm conducting: a sun'ey. WouM ""t* > "
"The Green Hornet"and and automobile liability and you mind telling me what you chink I ,
Also Sportscope deacons and ordained minis- .
The Rev. and :.Mis.. Wm. T. of Southern Twin Pack Bread \ 1
Cartoon Band Short Minshew and family, have moved ters of the Baptist faith bs special I personal accident insur- ",. I \
from the Long Bridge section to guests of honor The pastor will j

Sunday and Monday March 2 & 3 the Ralph Johns' place near New bring I a brief message on "Com Your a ri "I''F". rte "
mitted '" ance most '
Scott Dean Jagger and Virginia Gilmore In River station. to Christ. Musical back. r.i ;
andolph( ground will be provided on the :, : ,

"WESTERN UNION"ALSO C. W. Stone, of Toledo, Ohio, protection. Callus j 'j'
PASSING PARADE & CARTOON who has been staying at the Magnolia I L. \ '',1H .
1 146. ,
today.-Phone ,
Hotel for some time has \ o
Tuesday, March 4 rented the home of E. H. Smithof W. K. CHANDLEREXPERT 'jU" I

BARGAIN DAY Admission 15c West Call St. ''tl'l'' .I. ,,
Mrs. J. H. Lord and her house :

"KEEPING COMPANY"ALSO I guest, Mrs. Mary DeWitt of Nor- WATCHES, RINGS 1' ,, i
MERRY MELODY & COMEDY walk, Ohio, returned last week JEWELRYTwo H. C. WALL AGENCYConstant 3. llmncwifei Somber Twin Part ,': I In""J.
from a trip to Interesting partsof .* "'11 kt glad to til yon about \: .
Wednesday and Thursday March 5 & 6 South Florida.B. Watchmakers To that. I think she tetra of wrapping each "
0 '
Service half loaf itpatattly tt a iplemliii idea t' : ,
The Marx Brothers'ln"GO Serve You I serer bone any Halt bread now i
WEST"ALSO H, Perryman has returned 109 Call Street Over Fifty Years tttautt I don't ban to Hit the who!" ,'/1.1'i+, :
to his home in Atlanta after loaf at out timt. Ij .'
CARTOON spending two'weeks here with Mr. I

-'<0 I and Mrs. L. A. Davis and Judge A rt' :W lI\ '
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. '
L j jt

'., NAT'SEZ The Rev., and .Mrs. B. M.'Mont- n tg 'R M .I A

: gomery and two: children, Mar- ",, I.
1 For three months we Have been vin and Gene, of Jacksonville, wi N I '
la the dark: Then .somebody said were dinner guests Friday of f. :
"let there be. light and there Was Judge and Mrs.,! E. K. Perryman. CLIP THIS COUPON ,'Ii"" :;

Light." Mr. S and Mra. D. W. McClellan S I 0 It Is Good For 27c Toward '1 I 0 ii{, ;.
people taxing electricity I
So many around and Mrs. Margaret L. Amann. of Cream 4. Interviewer: Yei and we think it'i/ I .III ,I
to Ice
In town time they got the H. K. Wolfe and L. B. Mc- Quart Delicious a splendid Idea too-* ipltndM idea i i
my store the Juice was gone. The Leod Construction C o m pan les, that will eliminate your itnle bread I

result WAS I had to feel' my way spent the week-end In Orlandolast waste sod save you'money. t.+._ "
around. A gay old enough to week. \ ;,
- -
wear nl-Focala has no business If not lnterrtad In suggesting a r- - It you have a "fresh bread" prob- ". :".:

feeling his way around. I'm sure Mrs. Jack J.. Hill of Tampa, 1C"'t' I lem, Southern Twin Pack Bread i. the ". ,
glad they fixed the lights. .wife of Corporal Hill who is in name, just Clip coupon and I TIllS COUPON AND 23c ENTITLESquart answer. Ask your grocer for Southern f .

service at Camp Blanding, is the I of Ice cream for 23c. I HEARER TO 1 QUART ICE CREAM. Twin Paik Bread today I Extra bed!!.- V1, .
new assistant to Mrs. Evelyn jut tttJMIf it'I sow tHticlitd UltlkVitamin V t ;
Jet MILES MORE WEAR with Stephens, executive secretary of I li-1 ->o* gut mart food It'J{ '
the Chamber of Commerce. SUGGESTED: NAME' OP STORE : tatrgy. -q'i<: '

silk I :..'
the new 4-thread Tom Ritch spent several days RULES, : '
last week *ln Washington, D. C., I : :

enjoying the sights of the capital 1. Coupon sale good till mid I NAME:' ______ _____,-__..________ ---- Ii, 0 0'a
city, and while there visited his Ol

Vanette cousin. Miss Gloria Johns, who Is night Sunday March 2. ._ __ _ _ ,
attending college In the city. .
2. This store will be a complete I

Marathon Alvarez' store is celebratingthe drug store. l""'

boom by laying a brand new I, ;" i
3.'e suggest a short name. 1
..Pt varicolored tile floor to take the ," :
place of the old concrete one. 4. We will be sole judges of the name !selected.WATCH!. \

The floor was laid Sunday Feb. t.I'

3T 23, by Sterchi Brothers Jackson 1 TWIN PACK WHITE Two ,
ville. < : half loaves white bread Individually I '
wrapped iiinida Twin Pack f'
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden 1 wrapper \ '
and family arrived here from De-
Land and are occupyingthe O TWIN PACK 2-ln-l-Half loaf I ,;
: FOR white bread, half loaf wheat ? I
H. C. Wall cottage on Kings-! bread. Both halves individually v1, '
ley Lake. Mr.: Durden \\a employed wrapped and re-wrapped l in Twin ,
the State Road Department. '
by 'r Pack wrapper. I
Twin Pack is i, an rxclutirt Southern ;''. ,
Mr., and Mrs. E. S. Matthews w Bread feature Ask your grocer for f ,:! '
favorite Twin Pack loaf 1:1';:,
$ your today :
went to Orlando Friday where ''
For Beauty-For Wear *jff they visited Dr. and Mrs. H. B. '/ "1
McLendon. During; the past week

1 So uqulilnly' ....." to miity, f*'"'. < M'n Mr. Matthews attended hearings WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM I Exffr 1aaedlAtft'You ( : ; :. -
*'-Nr il k.. to .b. Id...;'"... from *tS* N. of the State Railroad Commission ;* '

""" "< Amity' b, i blue ifrlp. ,Inik. 1t14 ,,Lt in Orlando and Miami. j 'FROM PURE SWEET CREAM err MORE rooo ENBMOV ; ,
a..ei.It.", 711.... y."...... .... t w Y' .' ;: \;
| + 1 f EVERY Twill PACK LeAF :
> ,
n ,
THON MUM crap Ma MARArtockl. + r lr f: .oG Mrs. Vonda Inman and little One-Third Richer Than State Law Requiresi
-Am.rk.'t fIt 4-1IIft. 4 ; granddaughter. Janet, returned ,
".* .,. .T < ROW E..OIEI.WITI. ',;
k from Baltimore, M d recently I I
rM rah .u u. baufr sad d..r. f";: i'5'p where Mrs. Inman attended the Chocolate Raspberry Sherbet
eat.V.nrit.MAIUTHONflMMwdT !yr y r marriage of her IOn Frank In- VIAMINSouthiern "'
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Hi* Mtluiix VaiicM* Vaml..e ..- a ''n man, a senior law student In the Duttered Pecan Pineapple Sherbet ,

***"11* f r mor* lo $ University of Baltimore. ;
*, mo.. d .bl. Hun / .Utraw berry Orange Sherbet

r//. MARATHON b t4rl. Mrs. James D. Clark, employedin TutU Frutti Lemon Custard }"

", lo |,. .. 5vMb4b Z Dr. Brownlee'a dental offices 0.& ,

Amiricin i1ad., for sprlnq..Cbk., ., here. Is spending this week with I I -J. Pineapple French. Vanilla S. ;;' ,' ,
ha. Nud., M.n..., ti. ,1 1 F relatives In Plant City. She received ,

ud 1"-.d' Sw., con.cly t'r 1 I a slight fracture of the ) "I, .
Moponlo..d Lagtb f.r i .rr, I skull when accidentally struck by J ; 1, ."
a.tum and Io.q I.qi. : a bowling ball at KIngsley Beach LOCATED- ,

recently. r ..1l'

$100STERNBERG'S y."atte t.OpigbIN H-inr MINe/ I New Tailor Shop 213 EAST CALL STREET V : : :

Crawford, formerly with
A. C I
I *
1M'" fV&h the Starke Dry Cleaners, opened (Former Bakery Location)

I a Columbia tailor shop Military In the Supplies rear of store the I (Signed)-E. T. DAWSON, I

this week. Ha will handle all Manager I .
kinds of alterations on men's and : i a' .

women's clothing and will also 1_ Ik.r
make suits to order.



FEB' 281941r.OE'SIX.


9. FARMERS' SECTION I Hunters Have No Right On Posted Lands Wrestling MatchesTo I LIVE STATE NEWS I

____ __ __ _._ _n u_ ___' ._ ___-..- ___ j I Supreme Court Rules In Recent Case Be PromotedBy ___ ___c___ ._._ -- ------------- --.

RURAL HINTS FOR T11EWOUSEIJOLD The Florida Supreme Court up- '. overruled Hamilton's' position. A RomanoffC. ANOTHER FARM MARKET lasses. Meanwhile, cuts of '
t held in full a State law prohi- hunting license, he said, does not from cattle IIII','
COMMON SENSE. ,1. biting hunters from trespassing vest the holder with any title W. Stone, of Toledo, Ohio, Jay-one Markets of the In largest northwest StateFarmers' poratlon are fattened much in by the Cot'

FARMER AND COUNTRYIt's OKANGK CUSTARD FIB upon endowed and posted pasture to game or fish, nor does It and Starke, will be manager and Florida will be built here, con- cally and, those who have demand 10.
It may be true-that bored remark lands, regardless of the numberof grant him any property rights I George Romanoff, of Jacksonville, struction to start within the next arc amazed at the tenderness tried
not only the bent thing for of Solomon's-that there's acres In a tract.It superior to the rights of the landowner the match-maker of boxing and few days, it was announced this excellent quality and taste I/IiI
the farmer but for his country. nothing new under the sun.' But affirmed a Polk County Circuit wreatllntf! matches to be held in week by State Market Director meat which Is far superior of U.
M well, for him to make his new ways to use old (hlnga lend Court order remanding W. The Constitution, the justice Starke beginning March 14. The William L. Wilson. opinion of many to the beet in hul!i
farming operations as efficient a fascinating appeal. We've usedIn C. Hamilton to custody on a warrant added, makes property rights secure events will be under the auspicesof priced western beef !!
and as profitable as possible. the past orange, lemon and charging him with trespass) to the owners of large or the local post of the American MILLIONS OF PINES

t Doing a good Job of farming other fruit juices aa a hint of flavor upon the 1600-acre pasture of small tracts, and such owners also Legion, and part of the receipts Tallahassee,-Florida, landowners RESIN IN WARFAKREustls
provides a comfortable livelihoodfor in cookies, cakes and breads, Clifton Keen.Hamilton have the exclusive right to hunt I will go to the High School athletic i have planted more than 7- ,-A new discovery,
the farm family, makes the and really enjoyed It But today appealed from, the and fish on the property If It is : fund. Matches will be held every 500,000 pine tree seedlings from Incendiary bomb In which lilt 81
farm a strong and Independent we use citrus fruit juices -i i lower court decision on the con- fenced and posted according to Friday night and boxing every State ,nurseries since December, base and principal Ingredient fc
?N, unit of society, provides high I grapefruit, sweet orange, sour or I tention that peaceable entry upon law. Monday night. the State Forest and Park Service Florida pine resin has been
quality farm products for consumers wild orange-for all or part of' pasture lands for hunting andfishing Because of the development Mr Stone has been holding reported. Jackson County veloped by Q. A, Sauer. The nt'!

In cities, and makes our the liquid In baking, to obtain an Old not constitute trespass of 'the cattle In Florida sport shows. in Toledo for the led with 1.750,000 trees planted. bomb cannot b e quenched by
Industry '
country strong and independent. unusually delicate crumb and afresh because title to all game and past ten years In 1934 he stageda water, "and," claims its Inventor
Applicable at all times, the distinctive flavor. In addition fish is held by the State. He also with resultant Increase in fenced show at the Century of Progress AIR FIELD READY "will be ready for production

idea of striving persistently and the use of citrus fruit jUices argued that a land-owner could range lands, cattlemen and sports- Exposition at Chicago, and in 'Arcadia, Carlstrom field, soon as machinery can be put lnUlMBS. a
+ judiciously to make farming operations for baking is another way for not post more than 640 acres of men were interested in the Ham- 1935 at Great Lakes ExpositionIn abandoned World War training operation

successful should be par them to further Introduce na range against hunting and flab- ilton case which was filed as a Cleveland, Ohio. Romanoff center for army pilots( Is readyto
ticularly emphasized during this ture's most healthful fruit acidsin Ing. test suit to determine the ques- has been promoting, professional resume the operations that ROOSEVELT TO VISIT
iL g trying period. Success on the the diet. This, too, provides a Justice Alto Adams, who wrote tion of hunters' rights and land- wrestling and boxing in Jackson- 'ceased there nearly 20 years ago, D. Miami Beach-Mrs. FI'8nkl
. farm means health and good delightful change from the ordinary the Supreme C o u rt'a opinIon owners' rights.merchandising. ville for the past eight years. He and awaits only the arrival .of Roosevelt plans to spend two
spirit for the rural family, good baking routine. himself Is a retired undefeated training airplanes to begin instructing weeks or more at the name Golden -

food for people of the cities, and, Certainly It's a thrifty practiceIn Southern Housewives Give middle-weight champion wrestlerof classes of w o u Id b e last Beach cottage she occuota
J t ApprovalTo Winter. The First
therefore strength and high mor- these days when our fine citrus I the world. fliers\ In ,the elements of the art. leased the Lady U
walled .
ale for many. New Twin-Pack Bread Wrapper ocean from
fruits seem overly abundant.So "If things go well, said Rom- NEW CATTLU DIETClewl..tonContlnulng estate, located about 12
While making one's farming let's have Here manbff, "we will get Jack Dempsey mull
( a pie are Results of an exhaustive its cat- noun of here, for a month
successful Is not of bread since the start
operations former cham-
directions for making' the orange conducted b makers of Introduction of' heavy-weight tle feeding experiment, the United Ing March 6. She will be
y sliced loaves accorj
it read sound, !
as or
as simple may pion boxer: of the world, to act
still and persistent en- pastry Southern Twin Pack bread, and Southern 'Twin Pack 2-ln-l States Sugar Corporation,recently panled by her secretary win,
proper referee.
He :' Jack-
coming' to
I Orange I'wdryIngredients clear added 24 head of bred "possibly one or two other
deavor will accomplish a great showing the preference of Bread, which contains half a loaf sonville pure Ab- guests
Tampa, St. Petersburg,
deal along this line. First of all, : 1 1-2 cups sifted housewives for loaves wrapped In of white and half a I loaf of erdeen-Angus to their herds, expected later.
and lean
Beach and
Daytona ,
, y the farmer should, with the help flour, 3-4 tap. salt, grated rind of this manner, is' being made pub- wheat bread, and also won the him to come to Starke. Ro-get bringing the total number now
i of his wife and other membersof 1 orange, 1-3 cup shortening, and lic In an attractive series of advertisements approval of housewives since it moanoff said there could be under experimental feeding to j() .
the family, determine what orange juice (about 3 tbsp.), running in the Tele- fills the need for two kinds'ofbread 264 head with tests being made iftrrry .
matches here that would
d the needs of the family will be I: Blend grated orange rind and graph and many other Florida at the price of one. those staged in the largest cities.equal on range cattle, on half bred .....
for a year and then make plans shortening; chill. gift and newspapers.As It was the local housewife, too, stock and on pure breds. The 0
t '' to produce as much of these needs measure flour, add salt and sift many manufacturers have who demanded simple' way to same basic feed Is being used-
' & aa possible on the farm. These again. Cut shortening Into flour known all along, it's the house- supply her family with sufficient Coach Asks For lemon- rass pulp and molasses, a C 6
plans will Include a home garden, until particles are about the size wife herself who determines how Vitamin Bl to insure proper Baseball DiamondCoach email amount of concentrates, and
canning, a poultry flock, a familycow of navy beans. Sprinkle orange foodstuffs on the ''grocer's shelvesare growth, appetite and 'energy. So an unlimited quantity of pure mo- liaUOXWBUTS? SALVE.Host soy
feed crops and pasture, and Juice, a little at u time, over flour I to be packaged. They needed Southern Bread bakers are now Bill Stephens) of B. H. S. -
r; other things that pertain to the mixture. Toss lightly with a fork 1 and demanded a package that restoring to their white bread the appeared before the City Council
ij food supply. until large, damp I lumps are would keep, left-over slices\ of Vitamin III content, which is last week asking for assist FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
i Then he should sludy the best formed. Continue until all the I bread fresh for the next meal-- naturally present In the wheat ance in building a baseball diamond Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
method of procedure In produc flour Is dampened. Press gently they asked, and Southern llread! kernel, but; which Is lout In the west of the present football EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
;' ing supplies for the family and together to form dough. Roll I bakers answered with their ultramodern milling of white flour. field. The Councilmen voted to MODERATE: PRICES

for selling to consumers, giving pastry to fit pun ((9-inch diameterby I exclusive Twin Pack Local housewives+ ,can.,now give allow the use of city trucks and It DeWITT, C. JONES
special attention to the land he 1 1-4 Inches deep) and place wrapper. their families 'the! added benefitsof colored labor to haul Clay and Starke, Florida
has available, ,the costs of production loosly to avoid stretching. Trim The Twin Pack idea (two half Vitamin.Bi-:the "vitality vi- sand for this purpose. -.I
a off extra pastry, leaving 1'?. Inch loaves Individually wrapped, then tamlu"
the methods to be used, --at no'eXU'a cost und The diamond will be at the
extending beyond edge of settled in the regular, outer without sacrificing
wrapper the
and the market demand for the family'spiefcience disposal of the entire community,
Fold back to avoid double rim. I ) not only sounds good, but for the
good fla.vora. 1fI
various'products he produce Mi-, Stephens said, and not just
Press with finger 'land thumb for really works! Local housewives I
n d appetizing:! appearance of f f
Having studied these
thing nn l for the school alone. The .larger
lr fluted edge. Chill Bake In a themselves were the critics and white bread. rYD
drawn his conclusions m e
he should 1 boys of the school will assist 111
a map out u definite, careful plan hot oven ((450 degrees ]?',) 10 to gave their opinions frankly to the With the economical, h u n d y the work.
al of operations and follow It. 12 minutes. Makes one 9-Inch trained interviewers who made Twin Pack wrapper and the ad-

All that he diameter by 1 1-4 Inch deep pie iloor-to-door enqulilen. dition of healthful Vitamin Bl, IUSS !SEASONSTO CLOSE
produces over the shell, or one 8-Inch diameter by Hundreds of Southern housewives Southern Bread leads
now the
gy supplies of his family needs and Tallahassee, -- Florida anglers
1 1-4 Inch
deep tinbuked
1 I : crust praised the thrifty convenient parade to give housewives the
his cash crops (it's a good idea i are getting In their last few
with strips, for fruit or berry pie Twin Tack loaf that Is the kind of package and the kind of Do Your Trading
to have more than one) he will I And here's the filing for the first drastic change made in the bread they needed and demanded. weeks of fishing for the State's W
have for sale to consumers, using pie! famous game fish, largemouth where 6
pieces Rogers Silverware
cash obtained In this for
way pay- black basH before the
' 'j Ing for fertilizer, equipment, another Ingredients OnuiKo llutteunllk: 1 cup Cuxturtl sugar, 3 Soldiers To Enjoy Bad Check Artist closes at 12:01: A. M., Saturday season, or certificates.given away with every $40 in trade

Clothes things and meeting and for other buying tblap. flour, 1-4 tap. salt, 3 egg, Kingsley Lake Jailed HereBen March 15. The closed season, Are Redeemed
ex: which
2 cups buttermilk, and 4 tblnp. was established by the m ch if
penses A great of the deal family.of careful, melted butter Kingsley Luke will doubtless Kite and:4 John D. Bennett, I[ Legislature In 1937, lasts for 66 Yon Choose SMITH'S GARAGE

ning, records, use of the most plan efficient i To make the filling, blend sugar i I have ,a high tide and .a low tide who have been 1 living recentlynear I M days Tuesday opening, May again 12:01: A. STARKE: FLORIDA

''M hl and practical methods, and I and flour well, add beaten gg'':next summer, depending upon the Hough's turpentine still, are I

obtaining the highest yield of yolk and buttermilk and then ;:exact number of Camp Blandlng charged with circulating: bad _..46W' "' / '_ """, _"'H.h" h' "hd' w_ __.___ .d .../.eO". ." 'j,4) "' ,"." .........
quality products at the lowest melted butter. Fold In stiffly
beaten whites and I{soldiers enjoying its refreshing checks. "Bennett would write I '
In "
possible cost pour the '
are '
realize success and' necessary profit to i In pastry lined pan. Hake as re- waters at any certain given time. them," said Sheriff A. O. An- A i //nri: ''Qhi"i,

farming ripe flavored above.pastry The gives fruity I unusual ol' .I1g'o- Camp 30,000 officials and estimate 40,000 men that will between dreu, and Kite would cash them. Ask Yourself $. hg$ fjtiestions tonvmceJburselfdi

line the beach They passed the following checks,
interest! to this daily when warm
New CCC Camp custard pie. weather arrives and both the 31at said Sheriff Andreu: one In Jacksonville T Facts And 1 Ydull

For Gold Head I PINE LEVEL I and the 43rd Divisions h 1V e for $10; one to Cook's 1 Vse <* / AqreeCfllKOLET
L' reached their full strength.
By Mr. II. M. McRae: Grocery store for $10; one .to
The Civilian Conservation Corps Around 30 docks will be
Mack for
Hough $10 to
; one Lloyd
has agreed to re-establish a camp Mr. and Mrs. V M. McRae and erected, and there will also be
at Gold Head Branch State Park, Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRae Were boat houses and other facilities Green for $20; and one to Mrs. /

i according to an announcement visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Neal for water sports. It In plannedto Grover Sapp of Brooker for $19.
this week by Congressman: R. A, In Gainesville Sunday, have Klngndey play an Important ; This all happened Friday aft- 1

: Green. Easton Brown of Sampson City part In the summer recreation ernoon. "Saturday II t t 1i
+ It Is stated that 800 young men was a cutler at J, L. UmlcrhiH'a program lit lllanding. said the Sheriff,' "I -
will bo stationed{ there, and theunit's Saturday they had gone to ernoon//,
principal work will be Ancel Norman of ,
on Gum branch Postal TelegraphIn So I called up Sheriff Wooten and -
the Camp BlandIng reservation was a business visitor heie Mon '
he arrested them at
11.00; A. M.
New HomeThe WHAT CAR AO asrwar
i day.We Sunday. I went up Sunday after- .. / _,. ltllUll19U11
For sale Adding Machine and are glad to low-pf iced cut? '
see Mr. and noon and brought them back." all oth_blxcot Miiini
Typewriter Ribbon at Telegraph Mr. J. E:. Starling able to be out Postal Telegraph Company. Kite 'is from Homervllle, Ga., and CHEVROLET I II atw llW

cw errioe.L again Mr. and after Mrs.several II.'s illness. recently moved In M. F.Into' Brown's new headquarters new- Bennett Is from Brunswick Ga, "..."." v. 1nll'IT'! ] !Jill. IJ 'ImealllIIi 11I1" 9011P.Efl6 flE NO N
McRoe and "wheie, I understand -
Be children and Mr. and Mrs, L. A. building adjacent to the post of for he Is wanted WHAT CAR OUT-CUM8S I t ( --
Quick To forgery, though this Is
TreatBronchitis not
Crosby were visiting/ relatives In fice. The Postal operated. oncommHjflon official," Sheriff Andreu said. all other bitiieit'Ktlnnaloa-priced cart?.., | I SAFETY nus NO NO,

Jacksonville Sunday.We bash until three C H E V R OLE, T I VACUUM ,, 'Hln
are sorry to hear of the months ago when temporary hend- AT nJ.q' NO P13''aunee

\illness of our pastor, VV. )K. Hall quarters were established, at I Postmasters Picnic WIWAHVnf*, OUT.RIDISII FINES orr% n FISHI

Chronic bronchitis may develop if who t Is In bed with the flu. Torode Chevrolet place. |i At Gold Head WHAT CAR. pnirod ert7... -KmrtMOTia muter far NO N9
your cough chest cold,or acute bran Mr and Mrs. O. n Alvarez: Tuesday February 18, W M. a other t ift nt Mllinii '
afford etittls is not treated and you cannot and children of Vanderbilt were Saturday, new "relief manager," Postmasters from third and CHEVROLETI, U IfaEDIQIEE; lIvn NO NJS
cine less potent than with Creomulslon any medi recent guests of Mr and Mrs. arrived from St. Augustine 'to fourth class offices in the Third
which goes right to the seat of the J, U Underbill. take charge of the office, which Congressional District held a basket gri BOXGIRDAl1RAM! NO o
trouble to help loosen and expel germ Mr. and Mm. ,Hill McBride and Is modern in very: respect. H. J, picnic at Gold Head Branch -S..
soothe and phlegm heal raw and,tender aid nature,inflamed to( mother, Mrs. Winnie Wood and DeVane of Jacksonville did the State Park last Sunday. 'ITO.NCE .- a,'iii i//JI4/ / I' OUfilMM.ftllTllAnOllTORODE RSHI*M MMFT" .

bronchial mucous membranes. children all of Jacksonville were wiring and D. K. Griffin, also Forty-five postmasters and '.
Creomuldion blends beechwood visiting Mr. and Mis H. M. Mc- of Jacksonville. Installed the tele members of their .families en- & 1 ,tvji" UI I' 1, DPi FMAA11i NO NO
tuna creosote tested by special medicines process with other Rite Monday evening. type system. Two teletype mach- Joyed the pleasant get-together i a"+ ,
It contains no narcotics.for coufchs. Richard Slack spent Sunday ines are used In Starke. two at and they were especially honoredby he Awy4714FM1AAi,
No matter how many medicines with friends In Lake City. Camp Blending and one at the having with them the National 44111511cc, i NAtAlt1Jl GUi WiT 1FpNRhJ,

cell:you. you have a bottle tried, toll of Creomulston your druggist to Remember the services at Pine Farmer's Market. By having two President of the League, Mrs, L'
the understanding you must like with the Level this week-end. Mr. M H. machines here they can send and Bertie Rushing of Olenville. Ga. -.S.--'
way it quickly cough per- Wolf will be the speaker Sunday receive messages at the same The National League of District
mitting rest and seep, or you are to evening at 7:30: o'clock. Everybody time. Postmasters Is an organization v._ 'S
stave your money back: (Adr) -I
Is urged to attend having as its objective

Red Cross Chapter promotion of better conditions In '
third and fourth class office
Gets "Present"The

DR. L. L. COPELAND, OptometristWill Country-Style

Bradford County Chapter _
Serve Camp Rlanding Men American Red Cross received a Store For White
pleasant surprise last week In the
g Saturday Evenings Till 9 O'clock form of a check for $63.75 from Around the first of March one
the ,Jacksonville chapter of the of the oldest names on Call St.,
48 W. Forsyth Street Jacksonville f'la. organization.A will leave the main business dia-.

letter accompanying the trict of Starke and be located In!I
check explained: quarters on Lake St.
Olin W. White, owner of
-- ''At the J.I
the request of National Y
-'- W. White &
&&rtiff's Son grocery, an-
Headquarters we covered
nounces that he
move his
,. Blanding on the Roll Call. In' stock toa small new building,
these returns) $63.75 was listed just, back of his residence at 33 I
from residents of Starke. We are, Luke St. He
will then call his
enclosing to
cover that amount."our check &business tore." ""'11lte's Country Style

b Kara This windfall brings the total Mr. White also owns a lot in
I rfcWpti> from the 1MO Roll. Oil North Sttt/lta on Hast Wlaahing-- STARKE, FLORIDA

In this county to $271.20, the ton Avenue:, and states that lateron '- -. '-f .
largest amount realized in recent he might build on thIs site -
years, according to E. L. Matthews and move his business there. All Chevrolet Are
I My decal beoh of chairman of the chapter. He wag notified to vacate when Shipped To Florida Not Driven -

hr'at AaAr+ rKI aa..rIa 1T.1.A.wkI 11., Rent," *"For-Rent, lOc each. the located building was sold In which several he months is now so they come to you genuinely NEW! '

L t -Bradford County Telegraph ago.


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t FEB 28'1941'' ,

194 i '

RAE, AncmnAt.n JOHNS. FRAN. (8 3-4) except about Three acres Four (41 of Block Nine (IX). Quarter (NKW of 8W%) In n.e'- '"
CIS M. ANDREWS. MARY O. A. In Hotith<'H!>t corner ( InSection Lota Two (2): .and Four (4)) of t10n Twenty-four (24). T..wll..11 .
AROUND LAWTEY RROWN', M1LLARD F, DROWN'I Twvnty-elxht lag) Township Hlock .Ten (X). I Six (it) Mouth, jane Tw.nty-ose .I
I"OPHr.rOATJo: JASPKR!" )HKOWN Six t South, Kan K.. Twenty. Lot Two (2) and Pour ((4)) of (II) K! .*t.All j '
N. I>. WYNN. KOnRUT WARDEN, one (21) Kaxt.South Illock Eleven (M). Itlock On. (1). Two (2>. I \'
With Ruby Moore FRANK. HOOSON. JOSF.PH: it.VARItEN Quarter ( '-1) nt Section Irfitw Two (D) and Four (4)) of Three C81, )'our (4>, KiTe (.VKleven I' "
\ : J. WINFIKLD. PAI.MKR Tweiity-nln* ((29) Townehlp Six, Illock Twelve (XII I ).' (11). Twelve (U), Sixteen I .I \
M:AH I'll; A I'). tItlUOtttHYlLlIAIi (6) South, Range TwentyoneSI Lota Two ((3) and Four ((4)) of (Id), Seventeen (IT). .tI5htt'eN.
W. S. C. S. MEETS MAXC'KY PRKK.: JOHN !? <1AS- ) Knur.Went : Hlock Thirteen (X II 1). t IS). Nineteen (ill. and aU Shock ;
UI.'luun, WEEK: OP PRAYERAND K1NS. MOltTlMRR C LI 'VIS. ImlC. of Northwest Quarter Ix>ts Two ((2), Four (4). Six (5)I Tweiify-one, except LOtS Bfvtin I' ,
4 =""S CJlvnCIIUOOL WITH niKS. I.. II. lULL W. M. U. SERViCE: I JOSBPIT I' McCULLEY. J. '1'. \\OLFKNDKN. IV'a of N\VVi\ and Hnwt: half uf Eight' (5) Ten ( 10). und Twelve I (7). Kla-ht (8) NIne (It). Tea. '
i.JtT\1: The Women's .1. M WOLFKNUKNHKHRK'tT Houti" set Quarter 0'11 ( li) of, Itlock Fourteen: iXlV). (III). Klown (11). Twelve 112), 'u''v'
(' AS4is Society of Christian A "Week of Prayer" Service K. WOLFKNDRV: J. TN.HIOHMin eXcept a'''j acres In Kmitlumiit. Lot* one (1'. Two (2). Four ((4), nnd all) Ulockn Twenty-two (Ia i ),
of Grace Methodist Service met Tuesday afternoon JH, J. It. PRICK, J. RPRICK. (Corner In Section Thlrty-t. >, Six (6), KUht (K), Nine (II.. Ten Twenty-threw ((23), Twwnty-foup. \
; No, 3 was held at the Lawtey Baptist j :NfARY UANK PRICK) nmlhUHband Townahlp BI"S) SnaIl Uanije. (1 0), Kleven. (II I). and Twelve. (H), Twenty-five nil), Twenty-- "
wa entertained Saturdayeruoon : at the home of Mrs. L. H. Church Thursday morning Feb. H. V. PHICK( ItlLKYMOOHK Twenty-one. tL) RaHt. ( l 13) of Hlock Fifteen XV). SIX' ((26) w e nly-n ven (37): ,
llrch Annex by their : Hill. The program opened with I HAN1KL"' TYAL, THOMAS I.nt onp, Tw' Three, Four (U I, All of Illock Sixteen (XVI). 'I'wentv-elght: JSi, Twntl-nifla, i
in the 20. followed by a. covered dish CRAWFORD. KRV1X, JOHNS.: ': MARY t, 3, 4,) and Northwest Quarter All Lot One. ((1). Two (2). SD) A (Sil), Thirty On). Thlrty-on (II).. '.
MM Enza a Bible reading by Mrs. HerbertHazzard luncheon and \V. M. U. Meeting.The i O. vAIN\IbIHT. J. ftOtTI ''I IA (N\\'Y ) and. Southwest QuarterSWk / and K o( Lot Four (4); Lot Five Thirty-two (3:!), Thlrty-nU <(81)( ,. I
"her Including -Pin i followed by prayer by I MA ItT 4. THOMAfe. A. ( ) "f Noi-thwevt Quarter' (5), SID A Lot Six (0) Loin Thirtyeven. (J7), Crosby Lake J ,
contests. Prayer Service was openedby JONKS, 8. C TOWWSRND. AARON (N\VVj> of Section Tlilrtythr tOe, tta, nrt Went: half ot Lots Shore.. In SectloiiM Tw...ntyrourJl I
on the Flag" and "Chop Mrs. Catherine Tenre. Owing to Mrs. Lee Enfleld followed by I P. SMITH, nhiu known na A. r. U3", TnwiiKhlp. Six: (B I) South 'A. n. and Irfita (', I). )O. of LotNineteen ( ) cud Twenty-flv (2$), Town- .
stat were held and the lack of members present SMITH! I,'. M PHILLIPS. .1. w." Twenty-on (21)) Kant.All (ID), Loin A and R of ..hlt> Six (U South Il, ng !Tw,ntyn : I'i "
0 cherry Tree. onlya a discussion of the day's topic I I )fAUHtl''!. A DYAL,. FRANK JONKS, fractional Suction' Thlrty-fl\e Lot Twenty-one 011)) of IHockSeventeen <> .. (21)) KitHt.Kant t .
were awarded to Barbara short business meeting wan held, "Mission Woik" by all of the FI.OIUO.HAItT. julnvil by l h..r 135). Tnwnnhlit Six' (0) South (XVIt). : Ten (10) ..,.r.. at Lot Thr.. I! :
ze George Roberts after which refreshments of hot I' I liunlinnil., flKOltUrf I : H. II A SIP llu ne Twenty-lino (21)I ) Kant.Norlhenut Lota Three (3). Five" (5) anti Six (3), beIng the NortheaSt QoiurUrof :1 '
nfl riummer. members attending.The I..1JAV1D HOWICLU THOMAS l YAl4 Quarter of Northeast, ((5)I of Illock EIghteen (XVII I). Northwest Quarter (NKM: (Or .1 \
Wells and Roger chocolate and sandwiches were INKVVNAN C'. WAIN Wit 111 11'1', MRS qntrl..rb, \ ;>,< of NVlli: ) and 1.lItll One ( I II. Two (I) Four (4), NWh) In Sect.Ion Twenty-five I,i'
Ernest of outdor games served. W. M. U. Meeting concluded I K. H OUKW, whotie. true Chrlntlnnrinmo Fractional. N,,,' hwe..t Quarter of Five (H) and Six (I K). Hll.!'" Nineteen 1111'. Township SIX (II) South, 'iV J
':.I.' A number the day's activities with 1 I. unknown l"lnfil by ht>r Northeast Quartet (N W I/ (XIX), Ttang. e Twonty-on (:It) FJat.. '
and refreshments of hUHlinnrt. K. 11. t.\rmrh.\:! : ''J Nit: %) und Fractional: : NortwestQuarter ; Lot One (U!), Three. (I|), FiveR Nort hw..t Quarter of Southw..l
re played sweet cakes Little Linda Carnuline business session. I VAKNMn. LITNA (N\4) and all South ( ) and Six (6) uf Hlock Twenty Quarter (NWVl of SW14) In s.(1 I
2iI. nmbi-osla and daughter nriMlKK." MINNIE I PRICK. MRS. half (Sl-j\ ,) North of S. A. U R. R (XX). lion Thirty-threw (IUA. 'Town.hl t : ;
served. of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Car- Howard Curtis and Henry Heln Cl.KM: JtrLUINU nnd tiuMwml In Sectlun '1'lllrly..h (III) Township Illock l'wenty.alx (20). Twentynine -- Six (8) South flange .w..ntp-oa. ;1 \
re attending were: radine has been quite sick for returned I I M.RM llfLDINII. !: STKRLIN11 S. Six (fiv South, Range, Twenly-. (fit! ) Thlity (30, ThIn y-one (ill I I a..t. ,>\,, .. '
their :
Among those Tuesday to homeIn PllIOW, 1.JCNA I'lUCK MRS. MAMIH one (Si) Ka t. (3D, Thirty-two ) Thirty. South Quarter, of Southwest Quarter .
Ann Plummer, Barbaraore the past few days. New York City. Both haJ been MORTON nnd hiiHtuinil. ...._ __ All Finctlonftl I /'' except' three (II), 'lrt\.32t ;lIr (34). of Northeast Quarter (3M\ .of .
rbara Durban. hORTON 1I17NAN C. WYNV. (:Ro. North Quarter. of Northeast Quarter Thirty.five (III), Tlilftv-alx (!iThhtyHoven Roger Peele Fay Mrs. J. E. Shuford returned to employees of Starrett Brothers at'I.:. I AOM: nnd wIfe, MRS. IIOOIKIK: ) : (Nl of NR'4); of Sertlon Dim. (J7> Thlrty-eltflU' ( ), TownshIp "Seven' (t) Soot, I
We"*. and George Rob- Jacksonville: Sunday after n Camp Blanding and were residing !I PACK, who.. trim Christian ((1). TownshIp* 1"(1)( "' "nlh. (SX). ;itiul: Thirty-nine 1 (:!tIC!!)). Ranxe( Twenty-on ('1) MaltS "
nest I name IM unknown: H. J. MILLIOAN.: UaiiKu 'rwenly-nne. (21)) IQnet.All All Illork. "'nrt '.1 hrpo (43), South N"rlh..t( Quarter (NKUVeet ) iaj I
..5, JrVCK short visit with her parents Mr. with Mr. and Mrs.\ F. R. Carra. 'r. .1. ALDKIIMAN": W. C. ('()L.l.INS, fractional SvctUni, except U.R. .'f S. A. 1. Rnllwny. \ half of Northwest Quarter I It

and Mrs. M. n. Plummer. .! JOHN PKArxWK, AUS\I' M TIIO. Bight of Way, Section: Two North halt of Hoiilhenut QuarterN WW of NWV.) and NorthweiitQuarter I J'
MKTIIODISTAU ,: II dine.Mr. MKOWAUIl N. OlOKKRilOX, (2), Tnwimhli Saveii ((7)t South' I ( of SK except ten. ( I 0)acres of Sotithweat! QuarUrINWti S
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. T. J.
Plummer has been Mrs. MARY H. TH1'IIY 1 J.
Terry !
] an< htiKbnnil RHIIKK" Twenty-one: (21)) Kiml.All I In Siiulhrnxt voruei i and of 8WH) */ "j
> > IN CRUSADE culled to Brooker because the 'Melvin B. Futch a a d children M, TIIUUY IIKSSIK: M. HAVIH ttnthtiIand : Krn< tlniiHl Snctlon I xceit|, It. South Quarter of Sinil'!heiint, Qunrter Quarter. of Suuthwnat' QuarUj. .
Rev. Herbert Hazzard an. oft \V. M.: HAVIS: FLOIIIV L. R. RlKht of Way of Svctlnn (It.) (,f SoiithenKt' Qunrter,: (Si4 of (SUM of SW a) and Northwest I
The Methodist illness of her mother, Mrs. John spent Tuesday morning in Gaines I IviIle. JONI.t I'lKRRM A. ltIINA: 1(11.. TowiiKhlp Seven' (71 South, flangeTwentyone SliVi of SK:'" In Suction Klvn (5), Quniter of )uthat QuarterNWW ;
that Grace I 1RVKN K. KKRNAltn.: (OLARK ( of to'1'I'4) In Mention Nl'iJo .
-mces Cone. (it) Hunt: Township Seven (7) South, Hjiliilo "
will participate in the I IORn\N, MARTHA FWWKKS.: : : ELIZAHKTlt !-. All Hr>utheni Quarter (SbUD! 1\. l'nenty-.nt. ((21)) Knut.Northenut ; 1lI! ), Townhlp "'eve"' (7) "Sotb, : '
lurch Miss Vashtl Davies returned : H. 1'RrJSi'OTT.. S. .1 Inn, South: of S. A. 1. lly.. exveiitMrH. Statue Twenty-one. (.t) EmsN.rlhwe.t *. '
Erne r gency Million to I I'UKSfOTT, S. tHIllnUT: I MHAHNAIHJ halls Quarter nf NorthqnntQuniter Quarter.. of SoutbWOU
.tliodist nation-wide attempt Lawtey Monday from St. Vln.cent.s HAPPY BIRTHDA.Y! To all H. made In a THOMAS, R L. FA'RItRLL, <1KOUOU I Quarter of NortheumtQuarter Town.M. i
\ the folks in Lawtey who are ; Seven ((7) South, HIIHBB thou Fourteen (l4),
million dollars to meet Hospital where she has: HTONW.I WILKY ItORKHSON. >J.O. one (21) But. (SWl, of NK'4)' amihalf I liast. Seven (T) South Hantte Tw*.tynne '
raise a been for a number of days. celebrating their birthday anniversary MU'RVMIY. HYVANNAH Pit 1.1101.C'01'T. 1'WIIIII-1 of Snuthoaiit Quarter I it.: ., ofSK'i (21) East
,Ice war.caused appeals. Offer- this week. Here's .1. C'. HAl'LKHSO.V: WIL South. list of Southwevt ) iinil' ull N'orlhwent Qti.ti't.'rNW South half of Northwest Quarterof I
of the 43,194 Metho- Master Alvin Lewis son of LIAMROSRY, JAI'OU JOHNS, S4! of SW<() except threw aciva ( i.'' ) South' of !llrniich. In SIMTtlnii : Nertheaet. QuarterSVI' .f ,
,. plates; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis, returned best wishes to: James Reddish WILLIAM f'. YOlINd: ..nt wlfw, In Noilliwent corner anit lIvaacres KlKht (Si, Tt 1 >wnxhi: I S veu NWH of NKW) and NortK halt atSiiuthweit :
.1, congregations In the United Miss Peele Load. \.\;V.7.r.\ \ YOtINU MARY KACHKLHOFKR. in Suuthwoutt coiner anilexcept (7)) .South, I Ruuwtt 'l'". of NotthestQuarter .
be simultaneously from St. Vincent's Hospital Opal Troy : WILLIAM ('. YAN'CY.FANNIK all ofVet half of Northwest (Ii t) KaHt.Norlhcant. (N\4 Quarter of SWH ot
ates will I Jacksonville Wednesday. He holtz. Glen Shufoid. M. F. S1JMNKR, PRKDRIIICKO. Quarter of 1'I."lhw..t Quarter Quarter of North 1 w#"tQuarter nnd South we..t Quarter of Nor"i" ,i
,Md on what has been namedethOdisms Hamilton F. R. Curradlne OK ASH. HAM1IKL' A 8WAN.N. ItH. of Si>iithw Day of, Compas- has been ,ill for some time with iiici.4, F.nWAHH L. McCAllTY, of NWV of 8\V(4: ( of SWM. ) Soulli lion Nine. (II) Townnhlp, Hevun (1) Section Sixteen (fl), TOWBB!.' ,'Ii ) .' ,
pneumonia but Is well on the roadto Mrs. Hardy Taylor, Miss Patsy and. wife, K1.1ZAI1KTH: Mol'A U1'V. of Railway In Nfrtlon Ftiur, (4) South, Ranite Twenty-unit (al ) Seven (7) "Mouth Range r Tw.y-: ,' I
Township, Seven (7)
March 2. 1'0u1II. flange
,m. Sunday. Roberts Dan Harley and Lit Twenty-one ((21 ) Kant. one ((21) K:..t. .INorthea..t
recovery now. IMA I A. C1IASF.,
All North half of Northw.st145111'ter nf
the total amount $250,000 tle Miss Clara Marie WILLIAM UNnRllHILL N. II. Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter Nort.e t
Of Prlngle. ,
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa arrived HULL. KATE" LIVINGSTON.: I.. IAM Quarter: (NK14 of 'SWM and Kant; : (NM' of NWI4) and nil Quarter (NUU of NW ,
11 be allotted to the religious half of NorthweMt rf North half of Southeaet Quarterof lion Twenty-two (' 'owaobJI I ,
Quarter '
Tuesday to visit at the KM. IKOUQM A. MAHtX>TTH, I
; Noithweet Quarter ( of
of Southwest Quarter (KVn nf NW'Jof Nto (7) South Bangs '
d social well-being young home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. RISING : AIICIIIR PHONSK MARCtTTK N. MAKPOTTK OROROS, AL-C. HWm i In Section Four (41.I "SKV\ of NW\%). North of O S. AF. (M ) Bait. .n'l.o. I I I I

i'n in army camps and navy Moore. KRUSB L ROY: M. and Township Seven (1) South Range. Ry., In Section Ten ( ID), Town- YOU AND KACH OF1 T O -. IM' 1
irds $250.000 will be given to By Mr. II. II. Lewis i wIfe bLANCHK 'JUi''inE Twenty-one (21) Kant. hip> Seven (7) South llano whether known or unknown. .. I 't '
; Miss Catherine Young and Mrs. LAURA A. nAtrniiR, LENA v. Loin Two (2) and Three (I), or Twenty-one (21)) IQnit.Northeaet hereby notified that a .ul
ist the mother church in Eng- Northwest qua.'t.rNW.H\ ; Lilt Quarter cif Northeast been brought acalnut ? '1 \ I(
Catherine Teare dinner Mrs. J. E. Norman and little HHIDARD, ALVIN A. ARCIIAMBKAtTLT =
and $500,000 will for were 1 or all tr..cUonalv..t.' half' ft Quarter (NltJ'i of Nti:%) In Sootlon Circuit Court of Hradford (' 't
nd; go guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shu- granddaughter Jo Anne have returned KItS JAMES' : 1':. 11AI.LIS! Northeast Quarter (WM of NBU) Kleven (11). To\vn..hl|> Seven Klorlda. In Chancery, by W. ,
i'thodlst overseas relief now In ford last home after two week'svisit a wld,.wj SIMON I1'H.OW. JAMKSS. : lying North and Went of Cornelia ((7) South Hunga Twenty-one Smith! that the nature of Mid 1 .nit .
Friday evening. a IJAILRY. JR., JOHN IXVKLA-R( :, Street accordIng to plat of Samp-. (SI I) Kant.: I I. to quiet and confirm plaintiff I
ogreSR.Yr. Barbara Moore daughter of In Waverly with Mr. and TIIKOPHIMTH! CHAPMAN. WILLIAM Hon City, In Section Four (O, North Quniter (N'4) and North title to the land above d.a rlbe Hazzard has named R. R. I J JoNES THOMAS J. ItOH- TownshIp Seven (n South Rang half of Southwdnt. Quarter of and you are hereby required to rue
Mrs. Eddie: Norman and Miss
assist in promotion ofe Mr. and Mrn. W. F. Moore, left HIlTS, CLF.O DINKINS, u. heir lit Twenty-one. (SI) KaHt. Northeant Quarter (NL J of "SWi iof with the CMrk of said Court In fcle t
ede to yesterday to visit her uncle and Rosamae Norman. law oC R. II. rHnkliiK, dervimvil, ALSO: Commence at renter. of O. NKV. ) anil North half of Smith office at Starke, Hradford County, 't '"
observance. S. &: K Ry. truck uppuHlte tithe half of Northwest Quarter (NV4of FUirldft, your wrll.n appearanceperHonal
service the aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce While there Mrs. Norman attended PORTRR. LKON LETKL1.1RU: : ..f.I' pont marked 244 from Macon S.j( of NWI4) In Section Twelve ( or ) oe. tie ," ,
At the morning pas- in :. OHA\'Ni'4 JOHN' PHK114ON: Jot and 41 from Palntka. und run fIrst Monday In A. n. lIft '
a birthday party given (12)I TowiiNhlp Seven (7) South M..rfh.
Boyer of Tampa. She expects to K i-1IN'it.I& I.. 1... 1.1 "CH.V.T.. .aid
r will deliver a Lenten sermon I lust on said railway track 137 Ranxre (21) Runt.: beIng the third day month, '
be away several months. honor of Miss E d n a Norman TRll ItOIIHRTSON: F. It. MORllAN, bet South ftl feet In point nf N.rthuast Quarter "if 'Northeast and thereafter to file with .I. 1 :.
tilled "The Cross and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: Eddie W. A MAYS W M 1'AUKKU. (liwlrreHpnctlve heiclnnlnir" thencn South I 627 feet QIIIII:: .ler (NKVt\ of NKVi: ) andNortheaHt Clerk your written ,defen*. ;
e.ilng service will be musical. Mrs. Kstelle Cox of Arulernon- unknown heirs at law Went 784 feet.. North 815 feet. to Quarter. of SouthenNtQuarter any to the bil of complaint inal'il '. !
Norman on her fourteenth birthday l Initteea. devIs't's. !Krmitor\ or imultcnK S. A. L. Hallway th.-nee North stilt at prescribed, J J'
NKV.: of SKVi In Sen- I
ville Ga. returned to her home l..e ,
School is held at 10 m. '
lurch a. anniversary.H. ; ( It. 1KX1KICS OOMPANY: 71 Tuesday after spending several ..1.V'. ANORKWH & SON" It q. way 357 feet thenue. 4A2 feet to ) "' flange Herein fall not 0 Judg-meat ""
OASSKLI.S." A (I. (CASSRLH R. It. In Hecllnn, ::2'I:: .th. Twenty- I .
C. Hobbs anti daughter point of enlnnlnir. one I ICunl. will be entered you by..- 'i _:
with Mr. and Mrs. J. It. a.arna
H. Jr. days
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harley CAS.SKLH trading nntl' doing IIIIHneHH ) !- Four, (4), 'r. wnsliip Seven' (7) 1
of Starke visited Mr. \ South, hiilf. nf North\ half. at North- I
Evelyn the
McDonald. an firm of R U CASSKIHSONS South I Kuniie Twenty-olio. ((21) tlul.
Richmond Va. arrived Telegraph,
Sunday < wi-nt Quurter, (H""it' of N
; Kant. ,
spend a few days with their While Mrs.\ R. A. Griffia was in and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Saturday W. J. JONKH' ANt W '1'. ROflKllTS, And I thA following, Lot R adBloc N%V 54,) and a Sixithwent (Jitli tIer ofNorthweiit newxpaper In of 1..r..t, ..Ireu..t", ,
afternoon. trading and doIng tniBincHu HHVKNAIILMJONHS k I In SHinr City t "l"h.'htt l Quarter (SWV, of .
a "" F'-
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Har- I hereby dealcnateil a*
rents Gainesville Monday her family received ) lie OOMPANYrTHW ; a. plat recorded In the public NWi'.l) and I Southwest! Quarter r"bll..h.d :
v, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harley word of the illness. of her Friends of James W. Norman HTRAHKLV1LKKN: I t'OM- recuidn per of Hrudford Coiinly Klur- .IHWV, ) In Section Six. (6)) Town, published In which once thIs a week for ,
moved into are sorry to hear that he Is in PANY: J. M. Tlll'HY and J. A.Tiowli hill xhlp Seven (7) $: 'uth, llalitf four ponneciitlve week prior Cesat.l ,,
have recently a
father Mr. Ford of Sneads. Mr. co-i>.nrtnrH trndlnir. nnddnlnff All of Block. Five (V). Twenty-two (22) I'ttMt.: ..
of March A.
third ;
w home in Richmond whichey and Mrs. Griffin and Miss Bona- : the hospital at Ft. Benning Ga., I.UKlnrHM .nil THUIIYtOWJo); lots nA, Ten. ((10), lIe. 12. Ha, Northwest Quarter of Northwest. day I
'with tcnsilitls. N. J. JUNKS: and W. II HAYNRS 14, I A, IT, IK, 10, to, of Block Slit Quarter (NWW of NWIP) In "Sen.tlon 1841.W1TNKSS 4
have bought. lee Ford, another daughter, left partner Irndlnw and doIng, IIUM-, | (VI). Seven (71 TowiiHhlp Seven my hand and the se.I

Miss Mattie K. Harley of St. that afternoon for Sneads to remain Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and fleas an W. H. IIAYNKS: COMPANY, All fllock. Seven (VII) except' ((7) South Rung Twenty-two. of nul.1 Court at Htarke, HradfordCounty. .I:' "
at ob. Florida, on this Itth
their respective unknown haIrs Lot Trn ((10) Kleven Nine' ((22) 1..1.1'I..1h.t: daY
tigustine has returned home with him until his death a Frank Murry spent Sunday in law, leKatveH: devlner-K RninlffH, teen (Ill) and Twenty-Dim (21), Quarter... of South went of January A. I)., 1'41.. '
with father A. few hours later. Jacksonville.Mrs. HiirreiiHoiK or :im-lKHH: : ('1 ClfARLKS: : T. Lot One. (0 I. Two (2), and .'0111' Quarter (HKW 1 of SW.i) and )- (OITICIAL MICA) A. J. ThornS. ,
ier being her 1IIlTlu>o'rr. K M LAWKON and (4) of I.lock fltrht (VIII ). 1-.1 acre. In Southeast corner of Clerk of Circuit Court14radford
Harley Sr., during his fecentines Mrs. Ann Linton of Lake But Luther Harrell of Brooker J. A. LANORRHK1ZKN, A" Trustee Lots Two ((2)- Three (3), and Northeast Quarter "if Honthweet ('""nty. Florida. 1-21 It 1-1 : !
the week-end with Miss for FLORIHA !
*. spent spent the week with their parents ( i'OMPANY LTD RVA II.

W. J. (Bill) Harrell begins his Pauline Faircloth. Mian Fair- Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: Crosby.. rtRISBOIS.: Trustee Tru..le for.: JOHN Htarke L. OASKI.NS1. and- :.......................................1 ,

rmy training; at Camp Blanding cloth Is an employee of the local Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and /Sampson, ('11 y Itallroud, Cnmnunv, ; 1 1I
M"." URAI. A nna' nfflna. their renpecllve. unknown HiitTH.Homnnd
'""" children were visiting Mrs. Cros
aHHlKiiHi' '' ; JittliVA HD PROrKR-: J
by's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Walter TIES, INC.., .ft dlimnlved Florida. .

Kdmondson: of Thereaxa Saturday. corporaHon ATLANTIC dlMHolved Ll'MHKR Florida' : i ILaidEndtoEndTheyA&I ;
Hampton Happenings COMPANY. a I *
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Corporation, KMPlltl-2: LI'.MHKR. : I ;
(COMPANY a ill HOlved 1 Florida ..r- I i
the week-end with I Mr.
spent l>oiatlon, Vl.URinA I LAND I AND! I
Thomas' :Mr. und Mrs. IMMIORATION, ,COMPANY a dinHolveil .
I By :\1",. M. W. Morrow and AGENT IIORNE parents Florida' .rorporallon FUiRIDA > '

Mum Ada,' Nlmmo ISSUES STATEMENT: Bob Thomas.Mr. RAILROAD (C'OMPANY: fI .dlH.olved Swell Idea i

J. W. Home agent at Hamptonfor and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Miss .FORD. Florida COUNTY rorporatlon nKVKLOPMKNT: : HIIAD-: i up to i'.
or. KELLEY: ADDRESSES the Seaboard and Southern Irene Lewis and Mrs. W. C, Con COMPANY a cllKKOlved. Florida corporation I

EETING; HERE railroads takes exception to an ner last Friday visited Miss Ruth COMPANY, !"f.ontOA a dlHuolved MI'CK Florida. .LAND corporation i"" I

Col. R. H. Blan- last week's Lewis who is In St. Luke's Hospital AMHI.EK LLTMIllCIt:! COM
Kelley, Camp article' appearing In PANY. a; dlfiiiolveil!( Florida corporation We mean these Four New Additions to the Bu/ck. SPECIAL : :

ng executive officer, spoke be- Issue of the Telegraph He Issued In Jacksonville ; ATLANTIC 8IIWANNKMRIVF.R

>re an enthusl&stlc'group; of the following statement: Mr. und Mrs. I';. C. Lewis and PANY. a&: OULF rtlBKolved RAILWAY Florida COM-corporation : : Series that Give you Dig-Car Thrill In less CurbsIde Space I : :

"As agent for the S. A. L.' and family spent Sunday with their ; MA'ON CONSTRUCTION j
[roperty owners and city'officials would like COMPANY, .a dlHoolvcd. Uor>rKl.. corporation -
Southern railroads I son-in-law and daughter Mr and : iJ :
COUNTY have been dock and tho they flit '
; IIRADFORD way cars stretching way through. :;
letting here
Wednesday night to inform the public that six Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of HANK a dlHBolvHd Florida coriioratlon : TUB j
.'bruary 19 to discuss problems trains stop at Hampton daily and Brooker. HAWTHOIINE WTATB HANK, lately it usually takes only a traffic is n delight to whccl-wcary : ,
Florida corporation
icident to construction of a na- that two additional trains can 'be Miss Lucile Crosby spent the I a HANK dlttnulvecl OF 8TARKB r. dlnnolved' ; : couple of car to occupy the curb driven. I '

oral defense highway from Blan- travel. Florida MERCHANTS
log to stopped for long distance week-end with Miss! Cleon Ert- 'I A: ''' .orporlltion'k: a rilHHolved : space of( an cxtcnilon-ladder fire '
Gainesville, running dltly "Also I am thankful to report mondson of Theressa. corirattovt; and the! NATIONAL: : When' it comet to action well, i 'I"'

: through Hampton. Each that: in my eight years as agent HANK (OF ST PETKRMHURU, a truck. they've 115-hp. FIREBALL eight .
!!Izen Mrs. Newon Mott and children, dlHHolvrcl "orl"Iation. and all Unknown got a I'
present was eager to do here we have never had to stop or parties whether !
I or her part to assist In securnecessury these' trains for a corpse. Manda and Marshal of Brooker natural. ,persons corporate 0" fnunlilpalclaiming : Not no with the newest additions to under their bonnets that skims you ':i>, :

g right-of-way for "Correct information regarding spent Thursday with Mr. and I from ..ald any dlnnolved'Interest corftnrntlotis( under or or the 1941 Buick line. down the road like a mallard heading. '

ill Mrs. H. H. Lewis. all unknown perHoriH -
Important olherwlne; and
project. schedules will be gladly home. You add Car-
train or partleii claiming anv rlitit can Compound \ I '
Col. Kelley told his large audi given at any time." Mrs. Albert Norman and little I title or lntere, .t. In and to tno following .-. Hero we've reversed the trend-jut burction at small extra cost and have. i'I
dencrllii-d& 'landx situate lyIntf
1ce that this S signed)--J.: \V, Home. son. A. W.. left Monday to spenda '
new defense high- ( i and helnK In lirailfurd County to prove that an honest-to-golly BIG ;
with her father J. horsepower that does things wo
:">y. affording the Camp an out- while w.1 I Florida. towitNorthwciit : '> )"
't to the Mrs. S. F, Webb of Valdosta, Joiner of Llthia. Quarter, til SouthwestQuarter car can be built without going over- hardly dare hint about in print I
southwest will mean I (NW'/. of 8WV. of Hec. '
Itch to Hampton which has not Ga., has returned home after Friends of Miss Koaamae Nor I tlon Fifteen 1111), TownshIp Six : board on bumpcr-to-bumper distance. .

en on a main thoroughfare since spending several days with her man of Waverly will be glad to I (5)KaHt: South' containing Ranice Forty Twenty-ono(40) Acre(21) But they're a handy six inches ..hortI : :

oiid 13 was re-routed several husband an employee of'the, G. learn that she Is improving aftera Northeast, cjuarter of HontheaMt, : The four new modcU now adorning er, bumper to than ;
S. & F, Railway Co. Quarter (NK':', of SR'/,) and itruthhail bumpr. other.
'IUS ago. serious Illness. Houlhfimt' Quarter (S'4' of Series '
of the Buick SPECIAL fit neatly
'In Miss Marian Johns entertaineda William Merlin/: left Monday to $I4): of Section ;Sixteen (1 IS). Uuickl- top-quality car. t tI.
another month Camp Blan- with TownshIp Six (6)) South' Itunite. ;Into modest without putting ;in and
Ilg< will rank as Florida's fourth few of her friends a partyat visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Twenty-one tilt last, containing I. garages a new easily-handled size. !

'Rest her home last Friday night Eddie Drlggers of Llthta. One /lund,' ,1 Twenty (120) Arres. u permanent crimp in the doors. i
community Col.: Kelley Miss horns and Haze Townsend Northwest Quarter. of HuutheaktUuartiT The price? lower too. So .
,""t. "In this tNWV of SVI'4):' of Section I' betor. I
ere win be no idle City Blanding of Valdosta. Ga., spent the Seventeen (*7), Townnhlp(2I Six) 0 They slip into parking placessmoothly take 1 look at the first really BIG car.
men. Traln- of Betty and 1'Ii THIS ('IIIC'II'I'ot''T: OP <8> South Runa-e Twentv-one
'?! for defense calls for hard week-end as guests Fl.Ollllli I ..:1 co II'1'11 ..IllWItl.HH4II. Mant.: containing) Forty (40' Acre. : as a roivboat nestles up to in this bumpcr-to-bumper sIze. 0 :
Ethel Mae Durllng. .' Nt.rlh half. ..t Northeast I Quarter I
')rk & ( III( I I'I. I" ''''II 01& -
and plenty of room. One AK'i' ) and )Hwitheaitt, 0 "
Maxwell and his mother, 1"0liU'rv.. 1'\ (;\\:1: ( W H. ,
vll.lon n maneuvers VV. II. t' ITU. Quarter of Northwewt QunrterSKM I. ... a .
) Mrs. Josephine Maxwell accompanied t'laintirr ( \ of JWWHJ and N..rth..tQuart..r '
30 miles of super highway. Mr. Maxwell's son, DO ALJ" U !Mr KAY, et si, of Southweat. Quarter I. 1 0 :.1\
nee the by JJef n< (NK'4" of HW>;4)>> and South half L
!cle& weight of' military vei Bruce were callers, In. town Sat.rdai"y .vv- 'lV'Tb Ql'IRT TiTLE of Houlhwe-t Quarter HH' of :\,
ra"8ft fa a..dVII..t half of Houlh-) Ht \W :
up 23 tons, .the NOTIfR: ON1 PfULH'TlONfNOTHH 'WIlt'' "J'
i n:nnn-P0und capacity' rldges> In Mr. and Mrs. Lee who havean THCAIILVLB TO FKKK:AI'PKAIt: unit wits west. (VV'Aof Quarter of HWV4 Houtheaef\, of HI' '1)Quar'tsr ), In & .. _____ -'-- .-', _. '- .0 4TO ;

vicinity make the ; wh...... tru" Section Twenty-one (2I ), T wn.hlp r' I ,
men. and House Mil* ('A IU.YI.aJ'I! K. & '
at the Home "
defense apartment fhrlMllan items l I" unknown. 'jxiera machinery vlrtu- spent last week-end in Jackson 52U3 Klmhank Avenue, ('h l''lI'o' II-. (51) Kant, cnntalnlnf .
prisoners." llnolsi. CHAHLKY. HAHMOJ and, Two Hundred Sixty (20(1) Acre Oo I;
ville.\ wife, Mll* rilARLBT HARMON: Southwest. (uarter of NorthwestQuarter :'
Another speaker at the meets Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yates had whose true ("brlllilan name l. unknown SW4 of NW\) and ,
.s Clarence I of \\>.ton. f.nrla.; MHS.OKKTItCPR :. North half <>f Moulh..,..' tjuarterN : BUICK PRICES ;
A. Lee, secre- as their house guest last week : ? NICKT'f. 'ON au.1 husband ( /4 tit HWVi and S.,ntheant I BEGIN AT '
y w the Gainesville Chamber Miss Sue Tuggle of Lakeland. .__'_ Nt'K'VON: "fC'"h.nlhu" Quarter' of Houtheant Quarter __ : ;

Commerce, who'stated that his Friends of J. L. Stewart of MON': and. Georgia wit.. ; 5114.I.FMloU': LEMMIE'P* HAH. two(MB>/.m of.FI'.H Town.In hlp Section Six ell Tw) Huulh ntv- 'I 0. __________I-ll-r---i_ __ .1

.III .7 lntere tet> in the project Apopka regretted to hear of his HAKMON.: unknown who.. tEas of t.umphln ChrIstIan' contalnlnaone hangs Twenty-one, hundred(Si' ) K lxty* '. _______________ J9IS. 'f

people there will do alt( He was employed name I III : :
ey I death last week. n."rllla; MR*. PKAIIU BL'MMKR-: (J 110. acres.Northeast SouthweKtQuarter I ;u
tan rt
to Quarter y
help get the road until Christmas as FOOT and husbHnd.-
here of ) and South \
rOUgh of Hironliln. (Jeonrla I ; (NF.4" 8WVt 0
!lies 1 Hampton. Already 9 1-2 operator at the railroad interlocking MKH.: LUCILK AMMOVH and husband half ..f Southweet Quarter. (A''" of .1 Convertible with for th. jc.S;< ,
of Abstract'information out- ._. A\t! MO.1 N. of Lump- SVV'/i In Section TwentythrewU : BICk SPECIAL Coupe Business Coupe :
plant. Six!! (6) Hi.uth
Ie Townnhlp
of! OI.ADVB AMMOVH ( ). .
M i 1 A'achua' County ha been I Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Brown accompanied kin. and huxhand. ,.-- AM- Range Twenty-one (*l> .';"..t. con. I Press-sl-Button Top $1138 *JiRvtrtdat Flint f> :
for Hundred TwentyFra 0 ,
by the Chamber of Com- their son-in-law and MOS of r.umpkln Oeorirla: DON- talnlnir One ArtIlti :
orn.. Mr. AM> tMcK Y. i N. JONKH.W ": ( ISO ?naf.' 0 AfSla tax, t ,
Lee said. Mr and Mrs. John wlfs A. V. ''JON"':M.t <-tl. Northwest Quarter : : ;
d !J
John T daughter. WKOTKI an", wtfs; ( ."| tt t Ten flixe field assistant to small children ( 4nd"i: lv'ar:; I '
and two nttthIhalf .
Napier flEOKOKOTT Acres 't 5) and anet acctitaritt '
.ht.of-way engineers with the Orlando the past week-end. Mr. MARY : D. n. AM LPR.: J. II- fH'/j) of r.ot 1415' (6) In 8"?- I G I j: .
I to V. :
at Road Department residents WEI.I q. 8. 10[. WKI.IJI.: BIDSRY' I.M tlon Twenly-fl. nil. TownshIp, a I, ; txtra. PrKtllu/t .
rfl 'Ip presented ''and Mrs. Brown were YAItE.: A B Tlf.\. KLNf,KV. Blx (II' South ICanica Twentjr-one. I i 8eAt 1 ,
ShoWing the Proposed loon of Orlando for 14 years before ('HAHL"H": T. Tt'TTI.K) O. T. 51I'J"Fi.nY. (II ) Jout.: Twentr-lx, : ; I If iu \ .. ,
of the I' ) .VARI. KINrIIIi' ( All frn.-tlonal flection ) I notict. S .
'-'- new highway. A moving here. : SAMI-KI. )U> '4N'p.ft. JAM: (211). ToWnship Six (6) Huuth S _( ? _
USSon( : ,
led service agent CI.AKK. lunice Twenty-nne (II) East, con 0.
by 'Mr. Blze and F. H. Wade, car H. IIAil.KY. )!fU4. IIK.VKT C I .
Yor 11. Christian name '" un.knn..n. taming. lUll acrae.Kaat
U VVat er on. brought of the Southern railroad. is spending whoH. true hncbana FIRNIiY Half of Northeast Qu.rterKV I

rth? j"111 from those present few days in Hampton. CL.AHKMBA. and T. V. CASHBN. < .. of NBU: : lrf.t. On. (II,i : REGISTER i"
'Ihe donation a who. true ChrIstian same l I. Unknown Three (1). .and Four (4) of fractional -
of an additional and hunhanil T. V. CAHH- South half (S"t4). In Hectloa -,
ne feet of right-of-way on each assisted Mr. Blze and Major foO.: ANNiE- M Ie of accompanied CoL hand H F. CLAYTON, MAJOR H. SIX (II' RaolJe Twtnty- : II.
lhe Johnston
present road. De- Harry I> HATEHi CMRIStTIB A. TMTO- "n. (II ) Ea.t '
U. .UrthN at Horth halt
*' CHARI.KHli West lhFe.-t
Moving houses and build- Kelley LITTLE I and
served by HAMI.'Bt. C. I.ANB.W of Northeast Quarter (W4 of

fa James will MCCot ba worked key. out rlght-ot.way later. ladles Refreshments of the town were at the close J OI.ITTL. n RTI.ANB.. MCLS.MRE.r IARLK tHOMAS!" ROHBRTS.W.: N\4 of of NEts NorthwMt and( South and Northeast Quarter lhre-quarter Quarter (ME'/-' ....... WHIN IITTIR AUTOMOIIUS All linn IUICX Will ItlllO THIMi'f" ....... :,

MeCALl JOHN Mo- of W'/4)
ent PITTS.
With the road department of the meeting.


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I'' MANY NEW FACES Donnelly Death Methodists BKOOKERBy of GalneuvlH: ( ,',were visitors here SAMPSON CITYBy visiting his parents here 3-..;
Mrs. L. L. ParkerA Sunday. \, Mrs. S. "K. Jones Mr. and Mrs. W or OI\';
SEEN,ON CALL STREET Held UnavoidableA To Take OfferingNext Guy Johnson of Ft. Bennlng,! were dinner guests ot MlJJt! }

(Continued From Page One) coroner's Jury In Clay Countylast Sunday the Methodist' people large crowd attended the 'Ga? was visiting his grandmother Mrs. W. H. Smith' has returned Mrs. E. D. Jones Sunda?dr. !
performance given by the Jubilee MrE., C. Parker here Sunday. home from Jacksonville where she Mrs. Margaret
Mrs W. H. Williams, Rai- In Starke will celebrate Compassion Brown
vllte; week returned a verdict of IS vep
Hill Rifles Friday night The Ho is stationed at Camp Blundlng has been spending some time with measles. .
&J ? ford. "unavoidable" In the accident on Sunday by making; a free for two months. Mr. and Mrs.
Stumps: MirtH Eloise! Bullock, will for overseas relief, school faculty ,wishes, to thank all visiting and in the hospital. We AlfCll tier
Edmund-Walter offering Mclva Harrell Is back at have moved to
which Mrs.
Nell Thomas Feb. 17 In welcome her back and also her GrahamFREE
Starke; Miss Clyde around those who have o faithfully
religious work In and our,
Starke. 'l Donnelly, 29, was run over and the entertain- school after being absent: becauseof 10 Ib. baby son, Richard Collins.
Army Camps, and the relief of helped with many '
I Illness. We are glad to )have If
] Mrs Smith and Mrs. Gilbert Excess
"SuBlow' Ben, Military Supplies: killed by an automobile containing British Methodists whose churches ments that have been sponsored her back Acid t&
d Sam Einstein Perrinvlllu, N. Y.; I I three Plant City soldiers have been bombed and their great by the BChoolh;' !s yeaiv It has' again. Brown were attending. business e Yo"paluor
J. Powell, Geneva, Ala.; Ben Sus- stationed at Camp Blaming.Funeral work seriously hindered. been through Jfhia cooperation thatso The faculty and school officials In Gainesville Friday Ulcers, Jndil
I have been meeting will be held at the school Rev W. T. Minshaw filled his Bloating,Ca.,Heartburn
low Richmond, Va. No Methodist be many improvements ,BeJeL
services for Donnellywere is to ,
4c I money
auditorium Tuesday, March 4, at regular appointment at \the Christian Nausea.get a fre. 1
and the operating
Friends Barber Shop: J. lOoming at 11 used In such to mad necessary sample oruo
Three held Sunday a way as prolong; ; <
7:30 P. M. This will be the last Church here Sunday. and free !interesting !
B. Cnnnqn Winter Haven; K. IICauthon o'clock In the Bulah Cemetery. L. the war. This is guaranteed to expenses have been paid. for the term. booklet
meeting Curtis Varnea of Palatka waa OARPENTKIl'S
} Alachun; Wm. F, Cone, T. Ivey, former minister and clerkof us by our Methodist Bishops who Unless unforseen changes occur, : DlU'(; S1'j(;
Live Oak; 8. H. Craft, Tampa; the circuit court In Clay are leading: the campaign for a a picture show will be presentedeach Mrs. Muriel Norman spent Sat- I
Ronnie W. Lynch Madison; Jim- county, officiated. Million Dollar Offering, March 2. Saturday night at 'the school urday In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
mie MacKenzie, Caribou, Maine; Donnelly Is survived by his parents from 8.000,000 Methodists. Let auditorium 'A part of 'the proceeds Daisy Fisher and daughter, STARKE DRY CLEANERSAND
Herbeit'' Spikes, Daytona Beach. the Rev and ,Mrs. L. A every Methodist come to churchIn will be given to, the school Francine, spent last week-end In
Tic Toc Tap: Al Lozoff. Milwaukee Donnelly of Klngsley Lake; two Starke next Sunday with an Miss Madeline Crosby and Cliff Green Cove Springs at their! ,home, LAUNDRYDry
; Mrs. A. J K. Roper, Sa- sisters, Mrs. C. B. Johns, of offering: for these poor, suffering Kelly attended a show In Starkv Mrs. H. .B. Crosby has returned
oi'p I, ton Lake City; Joe Robbins, MilWaukee KlngHley Lake and Mrs. Maggie,, helpless people If It is pos- Sunday.Mr. tr her home here from St. Luke's Cleaning
' ; MrH. A. E. Roper, Sa- GliHBon of Starke; and two brothem sible to do so. The local pastor, and Mrs J. Nichols were Hospital Jacksonville. Mr and
vannnh Oa; Aitle Schneider, T. H. Donnelly of Ft. Ben- the Rev. H. A Spencer, says he visiting friends and relatives here Cash and Carry
Mrs. L. A. Brown are able to 'be
w New York City. nlnff Ga., and, James F. Donnelly guarantees there will be no long Friday.
Tip Top Grocery: A B, Knight, of Stnrkc. harangue about money, but there Mr, and Mrs. Alph Hazen of up and out again. Several around Suits ___, 55c
I will be hymns! of worship and have and flu but all
Durham, N C. Orlando were visiting\ relatives chicken-pox
:; Toi-ode Chevrolet: Horace I1.Kami IS. T. Dowling I praise and prayers for these suffering here over' the week-end. seem to be improving. Ocala; Mrs. Delle K. May, people.Cleanup Mr. and,:Mrs Henry Colemanto Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RUch of Plain Dresses Zorie Cleaned 60c
:t fit Augustine, Buried Monday
' Harold C. Wall Insurnnoe Extended give everybody time enough to Raiford were*week-end guests of' Delivery Prices Slightly Higher
former Union Mr. and Mr L, A. Brown.
T. back
1 S. Dowling. "clean up 4hls own yard.
'J Miss Bertha
: !. Agency: Taylor,
. Lawtey. ; County official and one-time commissioner "Clean-Up-Week," according to The Committee hopes that before Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz and EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, MARCH 1
II, E. Wolfe Consliucllon Co., of Bradford County, Mrs. A, Z. Adklnn, has been extended the campaign Is over every, vacantlot daughter, Bobble, were visiting
llJ I Tne.. and L. R. McLeod Construe. died at his home in Hulford aftera for another week, in order in Starke will be cleaned up. relatives here over the week-end.

: Ion Co.: Mrs. Murgaiet L.Annum long Illness: He was 63 yearsof .-......-..-. .-.
i Iii!.:' Orlando; Mrs Blanche age.
r.r. McClellan, Rlpley, Mis*.; D.; W, Born In Raiford, Mr. Dowling
t ; served an county commissionerhere :
Wilbur ; from 1908 to 1920 ,and tot LARGEST OF THE LEADER'S

"bk, .. lowing the creation of Union
I County from a portion of Bradford's -
\ Chandler Occupies territory, he was clerk of
: the circuit court In Union front
'i. t New Store 1921 to. 1937 Later he servedas
postmaster at Raiford for a
W. K, Chandler opened his new ,
and aa yet un-named jewelry store Funeral services were held Mon. IN 8 MAJOR DIMENSIONS
In the space recently vacated by day afternon at 3 o'clock from
Marcus F: Brown at 109 East
the home with DeWItt C. Jones In
hart Cull been Street renovated Monday. throughout The place, charge of arrangements.. Inter-
ment was In Sapp Cemetery.
and new fixtures have been installed -

e tot of the jewelry/ .better He, also|class handles military. a full Jewelry line Everett Hollis Green the MAN with .the "MEASURING STICK". ,. .: Learn About' Ford's New Bigness !

Mr. Everett Hollis Green, 10yCarold --
Chandler came to Starke
of Mr. and Mrs. Everette
Dec. 7
1940 from
Fort Myers, .
where he Green. of Hellbronn, died at his
hud been with the Fort
Myers Jewelry Co. Up until Mon home Saturday, February 15.,
t after a brief illness. He was born
he his A
day operated business In ,
30, 1931 and had livedIn
the front, of the J. W. White & Nt
Bradford County all his life.
, Bon
e grocery store. Mr. Chandler
He attended the Hellbronn school ,
''tsv has
associated with him P. W.
1 + Vannattu, of Philadelphia: Who for three years and was loved
by all hla school ma es.
In Starke Feb; 6. Both
Mr. Chandler and Mr. Vannatta Besides. his parents EveretteIs
? are watchmakers, jewelers and !survived by five sisters, Mrs
cllurnond-Hettern, He has not yet Pauline Yeomans!, Lakeland; Mrs,
selected a name' for the store. Lorene Carter, Starke; Mrs Reba
Starling, Starke ; Lucille and
L Henderson Resigns Mary Ellen Green Starke; and ATOOK
one half-brother, Clarence Rhodenof
H, C. Hendeison" director of Jacksonville.
the Farm" Security Administration Funeral !services were held at SDBSfii?
office here, this week ten Connor Cemetery at 2 o'clock
dered h I II resignation effective Sunday afternoon, with Elder L.
g March 12, In order to accept a L. Johns officiating, assisted by -._
position with the Niagara Spray Elder B. H Rawta 0 f High I
.1i & Chemical Co., In Tampa. It Springs and Elder Cole of Sham ; )
ha not yet been announced who rock. Arrangements we reIn 1 ,
will fill the vacancy In the office charge of I the B o r e e Funeral at the chart-see how Ford outmeasures the THE "
here I | home. JLJ "other two:' It's the longest inside-where "WWBI 1
...,..--...----..-, ----.--.-------.-,-.--,-.--.-.-.,. length really counts. It has the greatest total seating THE FORD 'i\\"l\\ 'E St \
-' '
width. You get extra knee room an
AMERICAN I THEATRECamp room. Wider doors! Larger Windshield. And the

big Ford J25" is longer
springbase actually 3} than FORD HASone

IManding Road Camp Blanding, Fla. 8%,longer,:than the other.Is there any question THE '

1200 COMFORTABLE UPHOLSTERED SEATS which low price car gives you the most room. F ORD HAS FRONT U t 1\D Rf'tOU',
You can set the difference in can jet \ MnST SEAT nJt\:
Saturday TOTAL \\DTH'!
March 1 ,
w On The Stage the difference in ride.It's a completely NSW RIDE TCIST ,


%, In -plus !improved shock absorbers, new stabilizer, a tHE FORD HAS
frame. '
7 BIG ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE more Only rigid Ford gives you the extra'powec'extra '** HAS REAR mmmMOST '

State Champions 16 Division Piece Orchestra Hand From The 31st smoothness and proved economy of its V-8 engine fRONt I [ DnnU'' \\M ST SEATwith

On The Screen still faster pickup this year. leads SEAT ''LLU1\UUln.

Kent Taylor in a lot of things! But you'll never realize how many HASBIGGEST

In until you make actual'comparisons. It will pay you __ THE FORD

"I'M STILL ALIVE"COMEDY to meet the man with the "Measuring Stick". HAS VI\NDSH\ElDS\ \

CAHTOONAdmilil.don bring your present car we'll give you a really TH. \ AND W\NDOWS\ ,
tempting "deal." 'fRONT :
tOe and :30c DOOR
Sun. & Mon. March 2 & 3 .
Pat O'Brien Gale PageIn ,


Admission lOc and 20c


If You Have Talent Come In And Register _

i On The t Screen p4.flf .
r Ienturray: Lillian Cornell



_Admission lOc and 20c
Wednesday March 5
Bobby Breen $, ttifIl
In "t: 1 ..

'; _Admission lOc and 20c .

4, Thurs. & Fri. March 6 & 7 J. IV.
Carole Lombard Charles Laughton .

In Florida

"They Knew What They Wanted"And

,: .
Richard Dix"CHEROKEE :

NEWS Admission STRIP"lOc and 20c WE 1T3VPEKSBI.I, A 1.1,1

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