Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
March 7, 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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Barking, Meters Bring k Protests. .FrdmStarke Businessmen it, II I:


'Ruth Here.]In Person More Than Half of 85 Unit .l ;, I
Babe '
Removed From CalI"aDd t':

For Camp Blanding, Day Game Walnut After 2 Days' 11 ,' :!,

Compromise, that wonderful tool of diplomacy, has I

Toss .. .;; abated--at least temporarily an issue,that aroused Call St.:, jj I
To .
Kelley -
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.. this week as it has seldom been arousedbefore.- ,
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Out First Ball At Road Accident ;'I -J:."4Gxtr-, : "I",. '.?ntip, Although first announced by the Telegraph on January ''I : ;

r Bradford Park UnavoidableAn ,.. .t.... .. 'V ;r,:" ..t 17th and repeated in several) issues of the paper since :
,.....,... .l: :.loIIIIIl" ", _. Siarke will attain a distinction automobile driven by C. J. ,.. ,... ',. ,' .;.:<, ) ,' ). r.': realize that Starke was actually to have parking meters : .: I ;
] Sunday afternoon that It never Gunn, of Gainesville, owner of .; "I'.I r, ." : . .." '.i... : until they saw them standing ready and.. waiting. for nickles I '
I expected to have when Babe < ....f. ';' ', : '. It .." ',I early Monday morning. 'I ,
himself. brings his All-Star the UniverBlty-Tranftfer Co., ran ] .' .. .. "' \, ,_...". I
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Ruth "' h,., :
-1;" ) :"!'. When Starkeites at last grasped the full significanceof I'' ''I

baseball team here as a feature into, and seriously Injured Doyle "'" \ I \, :, "-': ',' ;J. I .;, ;'i: ...a. ,f\\tt..J\ I ,the neat rows, of silent sentinels, a long, loud howl of '. :

Lf what has been proclaimedCamp In Starke. .Turner, former employe of the ,,. .":::1'I'., :1,...,:'., .-." ','1.1'U,. .. ; ,..;',. a" \ ,t.r.: _; i' anguish went up along the length and breadth of Call St. j ;
Blnndlng Day" Coca-Cola Bottling Co., as he was ".." '. .". s'' '/ } 1j" '1: .1 'r, ,,1 : '. been I '
Faced with where had previously
Col. R. H. Kelley, camp execu- !! ""...-.. "IQ\....: .' ,:,Jtl'lolo.;' ." i.', I fl.? "i' '. A .. empty curbings cars. .
Itive officer, has designated the walking along Road 13 in the 1L2E:' ...: .. '.. \" :' parked two and three deep, 1.
[ and Is planning to toss oat north end of Starke Wednesday d \,_'_ .:o. ':r day night between and 9 o'clock..Mr. j'
first ball in the game between Health Unit quickly circulated a petition :
(the Ruth's men and a selected Turner suffered a. broken leg and Boy-page Oliver Goldsmith! The above.. scene should be swell material .for a 1941 veralon of urging the :City Council to,' .

I team from Camp Blanding. Two other' injuries. "The Deserted Village" Looking east along one of the busiest blocks of Call St. this strangely for. have the' meters removed. I.i i

I military bands will add color and He waa rushed 'to the Alachua lorn-scene greeted!' the .Telegraph's photographer at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning In spite of appear Falls Through The Council 'meeting TUeet" 1 i
antes. Starke has not been hurtled from the heights of boom to the of
I music to the event. County Hospital in Gainesville in ; depths depression, neither has assumed ': I
day night
a DeWitt C. Jones ambulance. it been'stricken by a plagtte. The' answer to, the strange desertion lies in the trim row of glistening proper .
will start at 2:30: o'1 tions of- New i
The old-fashioned
game School Board an (
1 Neither the extent of the.Injuriesnor parking meters seen lining the curb! In"/th,/ .'scene above. In answer to panic-stricken appeals from '
Bradford Park where
clock In England forum; with 60
I workmen have been busy far the I: Turner's condition upon ex- local. merchats who feared l loss'of trade,- the 'C1ly Council Tuesday night ordered removal of approximately Cannot Share or 75 worried open (but'still. goo I. ,: '
amination baa been learned. Sheriff
[past two weeks rushing a baseball every"other meter. By $2,500 Expense humored) merchants pleading i
A. O. ,Andreu, who witnessed : ,I'.
I Wednesday Starke'i; Call St. was ,
diamond to completion es-I with the Councilmen to'..$ rid of
the.accident, told Mr. Gunn thatit 'attracting its normal quota of
Ipeelally for.tbia occasion.- the meters at. ,once-no matter :F
1 donal bleachers, with a seating I appeared. be unavoidable. ..automobiles;...,',.....'1," ; PoHsibllity of a health unit for what the cost. ,* ,,1,1', i

I capacity of 1,750 have been : Starke and Bradford County baa Upon receiving the petition i

|erected.: Farmers AdvisedOn At left, O. M."Sistrunkvener- x been definitely abandoned for the signed by practically every merchant \

All enlisted personnel of the Income TaxThe rr able Starke merchant, gleefully present. This is the verdict ot' on Call St., W. U. Ed-

I corps area command at Camp ties paper sack 'Pia e r parking !!!ta ,: 'the Board of Public Instructionand wards, chairman of the Council t' t ,
(Blanding will be transported to County Agent's office here r ojjhL3 the Board of County Commissioners stated: "All I ask I is that you d ,
meter In front Cull StI 1
land from the g a m..without has been requested by the Collec- r both meeting Monday gentlemen give I u* a aporting' ,
I charge, and a throng' 'of'several tor of Internal Revenue to remind feed and seed store.. Similar tac- M&e It wan thought possible that the chance. We are trying to 'keep ''

I thousand is expected to fill Brad farmers of the Important J'w tics were adopted by/several other Board of Public Instruction could down your
ford Park. changes In the Revenue Act of 4 f merchants in silent protest t' bee its way clear to appropriate from these meters will help uo> to q, i

The event is being staged under 194Q which places an income tax .against the maters. Bradford $000 to supplement the $1,000 already do this. 'After the six month' y+t
I luspices of the local American on gross returns rather than on County} farmers proclaimed their appropriated by the County trial period la oy.r'and yon' don't
I and
I Legion, with a percentage of proceeds I net returns, as In tho past. Intention of boycotting Starke's the $000 donated by the City, i want the meters, we'll take them,
thereby making I $2,600/ a. a '
to to'the'U. H. S.. out. t ,
go athletic
business district if they must
This year, single persona, havIng pay starter for the flrpti year's work.
fund. Admission will be: "We'll all be .b k in sex
Gleeful e'
a gross Income of $800, and for privilege 'of'.parklng. But pressing financial. neAaa from r 0
l-ichool '
children 20c, adults 55c.: married persons with a gross,, in- were merchants In the north end other quarters mad it impossible months," V. S. .St. John direly

come of $2,000 or more must! file of tqwn and in outlying dl trlcts. for the Hoard "of Public Instruction ( predicted. ,
New Cafe returlw.' Oscar Carter, proprietor of a rural to act In this regard. "The farmer. just won't pay a

I To Open :HereA. The collector stated that farmers i store near Lawtey: reported the A meed whether it would not bo nick Ie for th4 privilege' of park t
I meters had greatlyincreased his ing In order to upend money with ,
reporting on the basis of receipts possible for the City Council and
business. .r'w us." N. sternjwrgt for
M. Mixon. of, Jasper, will disbursements eliall. in- tho Hoard of County Commissioners \ spokesman ;
open a new* restaurant Mondayin clude in the gross incomes for w i .,/ to take up the slack and the delegation mated.' "We de- ,

the building just to' the rear the taxable year (1)) the amountof I sus. At right, B. 'K: Mixon, em- r. lOIlt'therAppropriate the extra pended on thfc 'farmer before t

''f Carpenter's Drug store on cash or' the value of, merchan- i ploye of the Dual"parking.Meter o -, "y $600 to assure the health unit., W. Camp BUndlng,, and we will still
Thompson Street In'"the sam dlflei'Orc other :properly: :received t Co.'of Oklahomn/! >v.;opens up'a M. Edwards, chairman of both be depending-Upon'.:; thbrltrsde(

hiilliitag with Carl'Jackson's' bak- during the taxable year from the meter to show City Policeman boil leu replied In the negative. after Camp Blanding( la gone. We

ry. J. 8, Kuter. 'also of Jasper, sale of livestock and produce; I W. E. Thornton what makes it r1 lp rr'M' de' "It Is all off for the prevent," must do everything we'' con to
make '
brother In-law of Mr Mixon, is ((2) the profit from the sale of. -' tick. Calvin Johns is' an Interested rn dal r ?In p acid Mrs Edwards. It pleasant" for people to i
trade In Stark.
renovating and redecorating the any live stock or other items $::L" C' spectator. '
building. Six new tables with which were ,purchased; and (3)) 2 Guest SpeakersAt Councilman H. A D'i s h o p''+ '

sufficient chairs ten a too I .. gross income from all other claimed that the Council'' had 10 '

counter and all furnishings will sources. It can therefore be Strange Fire' Comes' Near Answering Bad Boy's PrayerThe I Rotary "been oversold" a c 4 ordlng to
be finished In light and dark oak, readily seen that practically the terms of the contract. lie said W
iccordlng( to Mr. Kuter. jotal income of a farmer Is constituted Chaplain Alan H. Brown of that a certain number of free
A new electrlo under the Revenue Act to proverbial bad boy who -la earliness of the hour, no.children building to light the furnace and Camp II Ian cling and J. L. Otten- paces and loading cones should

meat case, containing refrigerated the best be gross income and this will require always wishing .for the school were In the building. upon returning to the primary helmet executive engineer with have been left in the bu iness 'i.
:neat cuts will be a large number of farmersto house to burn down and something Fire Chief V. H. Carden explained building a n hour later, heard Solomon Se Kels were guest district rather than having a i
patron, who will lie visible able to the file returns. bad happen to the county that the top of the nil window panes falling In the hall. speakers at the Wednesday lun- meter In every:space. He suggested .,r
"P to tie to walk school superintendent almost had container on the stove! had apparently Upon discovering the fire he cheon of the' notary Club here. that every other meter be 1 : I
counter, select a choice The necessary Income tax blanks been left off after filling, rushed to the telephoneand
answered I
Piece of meat his unholy prayers Mr. Ottenhelmer, who has been removed. N :' t
and have it cooked may be obtained from the office the t v to becomo in the alarm.
for early Wednesday morning I -at causing s o o turned the '
I engaged on
Immediate Camp Blanding Councilman L. A, Canova '
consumption of the Collector of Internal Re-
and the time. flooded. "I wouldn't have had it hap- stated w
I Mr. Mixon is practically one construction project, now nearing that he had believed the meters r..
a brother-in-law to venue in Jacksonville. Deadlinefor ,
Joe While the fire truck was still Main damage; was In the room pen for $1,000 Mr Goodman 4 ;
Nocgel I completion, gave an interesting were a good thing at the
who formerly owned filing returns Ia midnight, I at the Thompson St., office of ,. of Mrs. .J. P. Roberts, second an id. "Everyone will always HcuBslon of fl'
i6! Court House I Home of the newost they were contracted for, but had
Lunch. I[ March 1:5.What's : "
grade 'teacher, where the ceiling blame the fire on me.
Dr W. E. Mlddleton, county sup developments In the field I I of changed his mind''' and made ,
erintendent of public Instruction, was largely destroyed, ''window J<:. L. Williams. principal of science KM also
where firemen had been called panes were knocked out, many I n. H. S., commented upon the complimented they be gotten rid 'of .If''
To Be Done? the people of Starke on the hospitality as soon as possible. Hi* statement 1' 1
because of an unruly oil heater, books were damaged, as were bul- I "unreliability of oil s to ve .. shown to Camp niandlng brought applause from the I W "
siren sounded again. It was letin board and blackboards. :"Every teacher In the primary "
the employee, and 1 (the way In which gathering. d qt'''
(An Editorial) hard to believe, but the fact remaIned Walls and floors were damaged department Is frightened to death the town coped with the rush '
that the new primary by smoke and water, and smoke I all the time because of them," he the Councilman 8. E. Sparks also '3
For i the* past few months Starke has enjoyed an unhrecedented building of the Bradford County seeped through the ventilating continued. Once before lust year, during peak of construction. announced his willingness to ba I '

Period of prosperity. Every business in town High School was ablaze. system throughout the entire there was a similar scare, Mr. Chaplain Brown discussed the rid of the meters; but stated that ( : ,

has made money-principally from payrolls spent by,.laborers the trouble in Dr. building.J. Williams said, but high schoolboys varied duties of an Army chaplain the Council must proceed legally. \

employed! on construction at Camp Blanding. Mlddleton's Although office was quickly L. Goodman, ,who had. been were successful In extinguishing and the Important part Councilman: p. L. Beasley said I I
played by those In the mod- he
Now that the fire. men wan out of town when themet.r
this work is nearing completion and these
settled, the school house fire- relieving Brady Bryant aa janitor ern training
men are leaving the arises What is the latter arrived at teacher Madge, Middleton camp contract was made by the
f hif, question naturally : also resulting from an oil\ heater- while the Is 111. Primary Council, but that he had
thing for us to do to continue our period of prosperity wan more nerloua. Damage to the the school building around 6:40: in tears, exclaimed: "Just always
opposed them.Chainuan
:'I\Ind help the growth of our town? Can we induce the sol-! building wall estimated at $500 o'clock and began lighting heaters think what might have happenedif Civil Service ,

hers' to come to Starke in such numbers as to fill our stores by C. J. Powell, builder, who In the primary building. lie children\ had been In the buildIng Exams Announced Edwards stated that

n''ur o restaurants, our picture shows, and other amusements? was at the scene. Because of the then went to the main u __high__ school_ !" i "even mistake If, the we Council have signed has made a contract %.

We need more attractions? Do we need to keep our Applications are now being and must

''usmesseg open later at night? How can we best prolong Carden Recovers Courthouse GroundsTo Bad Check taken for two positions. under ." Clone examination go through of the withIt. con.

tin a develop the period of prosperity to which we are na- Civil Service at Camp Blanding. tract, however, revealed what the IVI!
Artist Sentenced
Get RestroomThe the of
From InjuriesV. for position
y entitled Blanding?
being the nearest town to Camp Council Interpreted as' a loophole.It .
senior storekeeper ($1,020 )
a year
has been suggested from different sources that: H. Carden, local distributor acute problem of public Sun Kite of Starke and Homer- may be filed with the Secretary, stated that "100 meters more

'lean First: We should conduct a thorough house-cleaning. for the Southern Baking Co., will toilet facilities for Starke, owingto ville, Ga., who was arrested. two Hoard of V. 8. Civil Sorvlce Examiners or less'/: should be installed In "
our yards, our streets, remodel and'paint our houses Starke and the ordinance governing ;
>n the
Camp Blanding, until the
Second laid for the past three and civilian visitors, Is bad cheeky. was sentenced chairman of the.Council
: We must make more room for new, people, ing up clone of business on April 1, 1011. authority
I"iclreds are being turned away every week bcause there weeks as the result of Injuries slowly but surely being solved. Wednesday morning to two yearsIn Until further notice, applications to "space 'the ,meters as desired."I 1

e no apartments and homes available for the incoming sustained in an accident at the Robert B. Wear, secretary of the the state penitentiary at Rai- may be filed for the position was stcK last week when the ,

t)sinessmen and the families of Camp Blanding soldiers. intersection of Roads 13 and 48 Army Y. M..C A, announced to ford. said Sheriff A. O. Andreu. of hospital attendant ($1.080a meters were Installed,'* Mr. Edwards i

ales}{ we can provide places for these people to stay, they in Starke. the board of County Commissioner Kite plead guilty to the charge year), and mess attendant stated, or I would haveaeen "
oe forced to to nearby cities or back to their original : ($1,080 a year), that loading. zones, at .least qt
go ,
men- On February 10 the Southern Monday.morning that the con- before assistant State's Attorney Further Information and application were set apart.Merchants (. a f'
already been let and Williams. and Circuit
had Joe
struck by a passengercar tract
._Third, ; Every businessman in Starke who owns a lot, truck was blanks may be obtained present even went
'j, w in position to purchase one, should do so and make an driven by Hubert Davis. According that Ben ball; 'contractor, was Judge A. Z. Adklns. from the poatofflce In Starke. so far as to offer to share the 4 "iexpense

(fort to build a house. It would be a sound investment. to Mr. Carden, Davis apparently already building' four toilet, John D. Bennett, who was arrested of having the meters'
Fourth: Starke the reputation of being thought he had time to three urlnaLv two wash basins along with Kite, Wall found Apartment Need taken up 'and sent back to the 'rompany.
ollrteous people enjoy this make the traffic light before It and one shower bath In the to be a deserter from the U. S. \ However, when B. K.
cod hospitable and helpful. We must changed and ran through it at Woman' Club building which is Army, and wo turned over to Now Great Mixon, representative of the Dual rf$
record and pull together and help make this a more rate of speed. The force now being fitted out for a Y. M. Federal authorities at Camp Blan Parking Meter Co.. estimated that ''I
Oder high
lid town in order to attract business from the soldiers! a of the impact turned the Seybold C. A. ding. Sheriff Andreu said. Residents of Starke are advised this expense would run to $900.

11 t hall the visitors who will be coming to Camp Blanding truck around three times, landingit At the same session the County by Mrs. Evelyn Stephen, members of 'the Council expressed ,

future months In E. M. Davi front yard. Commissioners .voted to allow the Adds Equipment executive secretary of the Chamber doubt that this 'much could be 11
Fifth: : Many houses here are large enough to divideI1to City to install toilet facilities in of Commerce to convert extra raised. t" '

: individual apartments. One of our local real estateen Blanding vs. Ritz the court house yard. The City DeWitt C Jones, funeral director apace In their homes into apartments However. Mr. Edward stated

en, T. Clute, states that F. II. A. money is available Council had previously voted to has acquired a loud speaker as soon as rooms are va- that he had authority to remove '

or this type of remodelling, as well as for construction .of Camp handing narrowly defeated pay for the improvement if the system which will permit over- cated. a portion of the meters and early 4 'f.
ew homes. There is hardly a town in Florida of any size the Rite Theatre team in County Commissioner would flow audiences In one room to "1 have had between four and Wednesday morning, he and members

hat has not built a greater number of new homes in the the weekly bowling match played grant this permission. hear perfectly a funeral service five hundred Inquiries from men of the city' force "beheaded" :' 1,
u'lt.few years than Starke and yet there is no town in here Thursday night. Feb. 27. The being conducted In another room, In the 43rd Division seeking apartments 43 out of the total number of 83 "

orlds that needs homes than we do. score wo 2,453 to 2.426. Parks Infant GrifflsLessey according! to J. W. Morgan, am- ," Mrs. Stephens aaid. meter on. Call and Walnut St.
Farsighted: more new tong way toward with SIT and Craver with 316 bulance driver for Mr. Jones "The demand for rooms will soon It was announced, however, I that
Csting future businessmen can go a building, thus starred for Blanding. while listen Griffuv fivemontholdson I This system can be used eitherat let up, and the big rash will be one hour parking would be {
along sales by encouraging more beggingor with 5O&) and Mania with 494 of Mr. and Mr*. John Grif the funeral home or in residence for apartments for officers and strictly enforced in the. fre espaces.

) homes more and room apartments.for people who are literally stood out 'for the locals. fls, of Burke died March 4. I *, according to Mr. Morgan. their families," the concluded ? X




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other intangible source the means to support
The Bradford County Telegraph new burdens aa they arise. Letter Box

Eatalrilehod 1877 "The means may be raised by director

wtl Paldlahed We'kljr on Fridays sad Entered-.;. Sec- some other species of tax, but it must ON REGIMENTATION
oed Claws Matter at the Poet Office at Stsrtta. Fl"0 +. be extracted from the people and should be After reading your columns devoted -

___ __ _. .. ,.M .M ..-- spread to require all who enjoy the serviceto to rural topics I wonder f
It you would allow a little "but
MEMBfiIt aid in bearing the burden." ting in" by a stranger In that department -

>RIM PRESS ASSOCIATION And that is that. A city must be kept T I I
clean, or the health and happiness of its I am a believer in government I
r 4 .. -- regimentation. ,The farmer In
.. citizens will be jeopardized. If the City this country would have set up a
.Y-.- SUBSCRIPTION RATE --- -" Fathers can raise I the necessary funds great bowl If Secretary Wallace

Pearly, $1.73: ; SU! Months ,1.00-P y Me In .through the regular channels to carry' on had the-stud stuck business a guiding, yet finger that .U into exactly

Advance AdvorUNing Rate on AppUcaUen the work, well and good. But if not, it has : what. jla being done In
been learned by watching others that IT France.. No horse owner may I
BIBLE VERSE CAN BE DONE IF NECESSARY! have a private tallion. No one
owning a mare may breed her to
"Watch and pray,that ye enter not into any but a government Mud horse,
{' temptation; the spirit indeed is willing, but lie Changes His Mind, and certain provinces are net

the flesh is weak.-Matt. 2641.; And So Do Most Other Americans .. apart for It.Dictatorial.
and I
? Well
In the early months of the European you If
would be multl-mUUonnairen
THOUGHT 'FOR'THE WEEK war. Dr. Charles F. Virtue, instructor in we had the money paid out for
t Ignace Jan Paderewski, the beloved philosophy at the University of Louisville, imported Percherons, :Boulonals. : tN1IIIUa
and other breeds of sires.I
President of the fallen Polish republic, and Ky., believed that the United States could farmed in the Ozarks when

k the greatest pianist of all time, is in Palm and should stay clear of any entanglementsor Missouri was a range country.
Beach. We are reminded of a thought- commitments that would mean possible Because of the razorback hogs, _
the scrub bulls, and other pests,
in the
statement h e uttered several involvement struggle. Recently -
provoking it was ticklish business to get .,
ra years ago, when at the height of his fame Doctor Virtue took a courageous step. ahead of the rank and file In the
d t1'' a a9 a concert pianist: lie publicly admitted he was wrong 'and way of breeding. UCE "'"
all aid for Britain regardless of the Erosion Is 'not a problem in
urged ,
u "If I fail to practice on the piano one Florida; but 'in Kentucky alone _-, yi11D because ire attN
#''y day, I know it; if I fail two days, the musi- risk of war entailed. enough dirt has been washed Vf oN 904LT. VAIVMN-HIAD SIX-the only on,
cians in my audience know it; and if I fail Like millions of other Americans, Doctor away to raise a thousand cities app 1c1J1; in the biggest-selling low-price group|
like Galveston above the reach of
three days the entire audience knows it." Virtue had allowed his abhorrence of tidal waves. Olt ANA t11

i Among the many lessons: for us in his state- war to blind him to the realities orc the Our rugged Individualists might ON G' because
his hatred of .consider the dictatorial methodsof VAIVMN-MEAD'S 1111 V1CTOI"in perform.
ment, may we not draw one: If we fail to struggle. Today though war
California orchardists. Here leone once on land,sea,and in the girl!
r$ pray one day, we know it; if we fail two is just as intense as before, he has come to state where farmers themselves -

days, our families and intimate friends the conclusion that a Nazi victory would have been wise enough to
make the world unendurable in bow to collective wisdom and because its
know it; and if we fail three days the world an place ac-
tlon-H., deJer ey: SIX CYLINDERS save you money. on ga,d
knows it. which to live. This public change of heart and upkeep I

r and mind by an enlightened college teacher, FLYERS MAY HULl:

Cities Have Right To Charge who had the fortitude to admit his original llabaon ParkA; ; world ruled
because If'
by navies of the air' is seen by fhoroogWyriOVED
position was wrong, is significant. It is be-
For Garbage Roger W. Babson, statistical and -thoroughly DEPEN AUI-oti4
A city's right to charge residents for lieved that it typifies the change of many business prognosticator aa a pos lions upon millions of owners will t tes shfyl

f; garbage collection was recently upheld by other serious, loyal Americans, who at last sible result of "World War II."
realize the to this "The air forces of the various
The Court af- are coming to danger
the Florida Supreme Court. nations will 'enter I politics and

firmed the Dade County Circuit Court's dismissal country of a victorious Germany.A may secure control" Mr. Babson J* ? w s r-FET s r '+ .v 'y. Jx Y'' gay r .a, .eoF}c. wE' H Y. .wr V.yC
of a suit by which R. Clem sought recent Gallup poll tends to bear out predicted today at the closing rgr"" L,">

} to require the City of Miami to collect; his this belief. It showed that a majority of College session business of the_conterence annual Webber"The sr us 1GItn

garbage, although he had refused to pay the citizens of the United States are con- day of the stuffed-shirt orator
i the city's annual charge of four dollars. vinced it is more important to give Britainall and politician Is over," h e de-

Clein sued on the allegation that the public possible aid than to evade the risk of clared. TORODE CHEVROLET CO

health required the city to remove all gar war with the Axis that such a course would Till DIFFKRKNCK .

t bage. naturally entail. "Do you know the difference STARKE FLORIDA
between the wise man and the ,
"Health and sanitation as a burden on
r fool? Well, the wise man knowsa ,
s government," said the Court, "came as a Defense funds are pouring into Dixie at thing can't be done and he
result of scientific search and is quite as, the rate of $6,660,000 a day. Surely is doesn't find out that it can be All Chevrolet Are Shipped To Florida Not Drivenso -

important as police protection, but city nice to be in the Government's fairhairedboy done until some fool who doesn't
i know that it can't be done comes they to NEW!
fathers are possessed of no magic by which class after being a step child all these along and tries it and does It."- .you

} they can extract from the elements or some years. I Edgar Guest ,




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MAR 7,1941PACK ,:


'. rl.HtiiVriIT' : COWRT.OK BIOHTHMB KI.OII- (C)Wll-Niuaa consecutive: the weeks. required to appear on the'Tth., day terest and estate of said- -minors mentioned |linC| !f : !
) A. K. of April. A. D. 1941 angle), twenty (20): feet more or track as located ant constructed along said last 1
,I>H-M V KOH DII"OFOILDI'N'I'Y' Adhlns.. as Judge of this Court.: above entitled before the In and to the following\ described I less, to the dividing, linn betweenthe at station 14 plus 14, thence North M degrees Bast thirty (30))> ,
lW IN C."N.IU'. and the Real of thin Court. In the complaint filed court against to the bill of lands In Bradford County Florida, lands of said. Geiger Heirs Mouth 23 degrees 20' \VeHt.. parallel feet more or less to point of beginning ;
C'/y.of Btarke. Bradford County. hva entitled you In the to-wit 1Those and lands of said John Phillips with and ''''.ntY.fl..... (15)) ; said parcel of land containing Y
Lip p an. this loth day of February! ford County Telegraph"cause: and Is "Brad- two (2) certain strips, i Heirs; thence North 2 degrees tee distant northwestwardly DOS ...... more, or !I...".. I
No. U64i un. i designated as the hereby Pieces or parcels of land one ly. \Vsst, with said dividing line one (measured at a right angle.. ) from The said two ParceU of landtogether
(,OKFICIAT.SKAL) A. J. Thomas which this order newvpnper In nil and being on either side of hundred ten (110) ,.. more or the renter line of said south' or containing 091 an, more; I
lJI'r" ( 'lork of the Circuit Court Bradford onc week for ahull tour be publishedweek the center tinS of the north or less, to a I'olnt which.Ir a Iwent,, right leg nf wye tracK one or lees.whIch I
County. Florida. consecutive l left Ion of five (25) feet hundred will be
Ol" tlJlJtVICF.I: .. wye track forming a northwestwardlymvasurnd fifty elM feet more said application i
()1flEIL, TO APPWAR Lloyd Has,. "WITNESS connection with the main trackof ( at a right angle) from or less. lo aald line between S ec i I based upon the petition now- .on. ,
NJTI( OF 1IL.oft1DAarI : Attorney for Plaintiff my hand snd the seal the Oeorgln Knuth rn and .'h'rId the center line of said south orrl..hl lion 35, Township 7 South. Bang file In .said ourt. t ,
t1TATloJ,, 11'11. Atla.nla. Ueorll"la.I. Jacksonville Florida. 2.21 4t J14OTITK of this court at $tarkn. Florida, Hallway Company and as spur leg of wye track said huecrossing 23 East, and Hectlon 2, Township Pe.iaeme7 Iicklnsofl.Guardian.1 't Ir I Ii
(' I"< ordered that you are. isil 27th; day of February A. U. track extending. to Camp Ulandlng the center. line nf said S South. Itunga JJ Fast (hono* 2. 21 lit J. it I
h rebY ... ,
on the 71h da, OFFiciA't. of the UnltoJ States. Cuvernment
Jlr..d to app..r 1&41 before the > Of APPI.triTIOM (( \ SEAL) A.t, Thomas In Bradford Crtnnty Florida, andthe I'
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A. I KOIl" < loi'k of the \
April' to the billof TAX: 1)1<:1on Circuit Court. other lylnur and h"lnlf
vto .."' filed court.aaralnat you In the Hrnmtr 11111 No. IIIn: J. R Harrison, either side tiC Ui..t center line on of II.I
Iplalnt. and Hosa.NOTICH. :: H..mPBYt11\'F.N: That Plulntltf'' Attorney. :2-28 4t :321Aoiiri : the south or right leg" of said I.
va entitled Tel"graph" Is hereby Carter holder of Tax> Cert I. wye track) atd parcels' of land ,
County InBthl2 I tlcate No. 21B. |HHurd the 7th day being. more tmrUculiirly described
as newspaper of A. 1>. : ] .
"hall August 1937. has filed follows
i as
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be published I Frank !
; Matey Box
"h ( order m my, office and ban :8, Noma Flor.
: week for four consecutive application for a tax deed made Ida' tried for ASHAUL.T WITH IN- Parcel It Situate "partially In the
a IsBiiod thereon Said to be TK'>IT TO MUHDKll, entered a Plea Moutheast Quarter of the ,Houth- l
NESS my hanet and the seal embrace. the following certificate of OUIl/TY and was. sentenced to west quarter HK'.i of :SWV: >) and ,
I de8i-rlbcd
court al. Slarke. Florida. property In the County of ten years August 11, 1937 at partially] In the Mnuthwest Quarter
thiM Bradford
March. A. n. 1941.r1C1A1 Starke Florida h Southeast .1
State of Florida and will apply for Quarter
.th l"BKAb) A. J. Thomas, 'i01"1 *. 3. of Blk :22 a pardon at the next meeting of (SW SK',i) of 8 11 Ion J ft. In
Court.Hurrl..on. the State. Township 7 South Range 22
k "f th. Circuit Addition to Stark.. section 29 Pardoning Board. Kant '
228 :2t 37 Bradford County Florida
Township ( beIng I
S.1 Ct J.U South RanRe tt East a strip of land fifty\
;ntft'. Attorne The assessment of the said (50) feet In
erty under the said certificate Issued TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: width extending twenty (20)) feet
northwardly from
NOTI"I'I 0. APPlICATION ward.was. In the name of J. W. Ed- have OU1.dl. re rnaf'V'co' that I feet southwardly from thirty the center(30) ,
lEI1PCest '
ron T'X my tn line of said north or left leg.. of
(. JlUI N.. 1113) .Unless said certificate shall be with the County Judge and will said wye track which said center
lit IIEHEay GIVEN. redeemed on the 18th dAY of March A. l>. .
TWI11 according to law. the line, as located cronses the north. ,. .
I .I3). Vining holder of 1-5tb. property described therein will be (1941. make application for Final easterly line of .the right of way
c..rtlflcate No.6. i.eued -Lout to the Discharge as Administrator of the
151> highest bidder at the for the main track of Georgia
I 4th dny of August A. D. 1924. courthouse door on the first Mon estate of Perry Dover, deceased. Southern and Florida Hallway
W..d LI aoollratlon for a tax deed to which. nt In, the 7th day of April i. mi. .Z.1t n ::11.7 ((100) feet distant northeastwardly I 'Ili' ;

J''OIIu'd thereon. Said certificatekraies described Dated this 27th day of February meaiiurvd at a. right angle) from '
the following t941. NOTICE nV IVTKVTIOV' TO AP. a point In said c of
,,rtY in the County of Bradford (OFFICIAL REAL' ) A..1. Thomas I Pl.Y Foil MI'Ktltl. LTIOV |.-<.|..|,\. main track three rr.llnIIf 1
.of Florida, to-wit: Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad. FOIL llltAIH'OIin COUNTY. (108) feet North SO degree &0'
'l\\it of NHW Section: Tw 'II ford County Florida. 2-28 4t 3-21 ..... lilA. Went nf mll.poiit 2S4-B on Baldrailroad i HI

I tli. Hanire 19 East 80 ,Acres NOTICE! Is hereby. given to all said beginning point boIng I :
IN TIIK CIRCuIT coirnr. whom It at station. 8 plim 48 on said
'sHe's'sment of the. said "rop- Kinni-ii may concern that the un
he said I certificate "UI'IMOIVI.' I'II''IT' OP PI,OR. dersigned will have prepared and north or left hag of said wye
under the In the name of Un- lilt IV AM POH llltAUKOUU request the passage o f Mpoclal track: and running thence In an -.. JNc:02f
.,1 l wa. orvrv. IN ('Hi! (;IIIIY.: I.tiKlKlatlnn for the founty of llrad. easterly d direction by a ten (10)

", n.n' said. certificate shall be Roy Ii:. /HummoiiB turd at the regular passion of the :degree: : curve toth* left, for adlxtame : A6A' I
'tvt of five hundred flflv ::
IMalntlff 1941 Plot I 'I Ida LvxlHluture I .
an Actabolishing aicordfng to law the two ((52) rent to .InHim t plus tTmevoj "
-vs- No. 1160 the Hoard of Bond
,,irtv! described therein will be Bertha M. Sammonn' Trustees of Bradford 00, point of tangent: thence north '
County Flor.
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bidder at thei : : ; -
I to the highest femlant, Ida as created by Chapter 55 degrees 21 'n.t one hundred -
the first Mon. 86J2 .
door on
i Ihnnse month of April 1<141. ORDER: op sronvicn: NOTICE bnws. of Florid. 1921: or by any seventy.five (176) feet to point .
In tM TO otherlaw and where said center line roHiies
April. 1941' AIPI3Alt Inventing the Hoardof
,'h Is the 7th day" of TIlE dividing line between luivlM of
STATE OK1\ FLOItlDA County ConimlNKloneis. of Urad-
5th day of March, ; '
MitiHl lelgcr Heirs nnd lands of
To Bertha M 8ammoliH whose County Florida, with all of
residence In Unknown. ford powers and duties and privileges .. of John Phillips, ,deceased JACKSONVILLE '
I l-nAL) A. Thomas ,
iClA1 being a strip of land fifty ((60)!
of tiradforinil. It Is hereby ordered that you are now exercised by or Imposed
Court .
l k of Florida. 3-7 4t 328OTI97 required to appear on the 7th day upon mild Hoard of llond Trusteesof feet wide and seven ami ;I., :
of April. A. IX 19n before the Hiadford County Florida, i In the (727) feet longtneaxurtd
above entitled Board of ( on said center \line. I. :
? / ) TO UV.1N.'T' complaint filed court against to you the hill In the of Bradford County County CnmmlnHloners"'Iorlela.Hourd of containing 0.US BO, more or le..*. Es TALL A II ASS I E I': : '

( iKMir ouitr' 11' AM> FORIHI.KOMK above entitled cause; and "Hrnrt- of County Commissioners Pnr",1 :2Hltuate I: !: In the !South '
(01IISTY. FLOHII" ford County Teleitraph" I. hereby of Bradford ('nun I y, \Florida West Quarter of I the HoutheavtWualtrr Now! rioriilii Motor hues offer TllltOtlOII emil l IMKKCT>> ; : >er>'Uto' Jackson f
411 >< KUV. designated.. a.. the In Hvi: W. M Edwards Chairman. : : (.MWV.\ nf SK: 4) of said
I newspaper enable
tf Attest Section :'IS, 1 oWnelili) 7 South, title and l TalliUuisson without rluuiKn./ unonlcnUy-llin\ l4'pllrlu" you I
which this
tie Mi<'kle, order shall' be publlxhnd, : .
1'Ialntlff once weeks.a week for four consecutive. Clerk A. J. Thomas of the Circuit Court "Hnnge Flori.ia 22: more Hnst. pnitlctiuirly Brnrtford. \ County desnlbed to leiuo In the iru>rnlnic. do l your .ItI'I)11I1C| or InmlneMit. In either city anal return

-VS"O Midi If, Witness my hand and the seal of 2-21 6t 3-21 \ as follows: Beginning\ at n Pt In tho e\fiilnK-\' \'<.1 iloiwirlunit going ami returning. Thn FIRST TIM': IN HISTORY

DefendantHTH this court at Mtarke, Florida thin point whctre) the center line of fux'IIIUi'it IHM-II.. offcreil In hN I '
the south or rlj*nt leg nf said wye t Btifh trunHM>rtjill<>ii hiito cIty.
: NAM10 27th day' of February A. I>. 1941.OFFICIAL !
iv HIM
ji ixiirs tiuclc
'OI'IIT the and
'iltlllA CIKRIJTINOMn h-k !whose .real ( SKAL: ) A. J. Thomas IIIIIIIKOIII) (01'lt', I"LOlti I section ri'iNHen linn between township Km.11.on 85, ,v KEAVK E.\STnotTNU ___ ___ ___ ____ ____ .?- .. 12:10: : .I". ". nn,l flIO: 1).. M.IJBAVK .
\ <> lit Ie. Clerk of ,the Circuit Court.
e I ID unknown. J. 8. Harrison In reFSTATM: : '' 01" liAHI Township 7 nuth Hange :22 .Ka..t, ] WKNTIMHINII .. ..__ _________ 8:20( A. M. and 80: I1. M.CKKONVIUMC .
r.AMAH oniUHK: l.f-: ami Section. 2 A "South
to Towimhlp ,
required -
hereby apr Plaintiffs 2-28
u are Attorney. 4t 3-21 sn l N: ninnnuand : Uango 22: Kast I
the bill of complaint filed ? J.\ *.C(> One Way TAIJMINSKi: $4.25 On Way
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before H F. U E I O U It, I ,...lnlt"l" I ho <
i In (iKHltmt diY of April.yon on A or D 1941.I I.N Tim nnci'iT romrr, Kinnrii Minors a road, and rui'>ji.Jtiw thence North\ ; ,t C
7111 IK full her ordered that this "1CI\I. tllKIII11C' Klllll. "NOI'KM OF APPLICATION TO 8S degree Knsr,'' wrth sutd town- CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
I Il> \ IV AMU 1'Olt IIMIDFOHU NI.M.: II\OII 1.\' It. ship and section line thirty (80)
r and notice County be Telegraph published In a ('OIIVrV.: IN' ('IIA\C''; '''. Notice Is hereby. given to all feet more or IPSH. to a point ('orttor Iloml 13 tt Itoiul 48etm I'holle 111 H t31'lu",

Ilrailfnrd of general circulation Ruby !:tnllh\! Heroes whom It may .concern that 1, Dalaney Which Is tw..nly-flva ((26) feet ,
j"l Hilied>fitier In said County of Brad. Plaintiff. Dickinson, as guardian off ( measured at a right angle)
-VS' No. 1159 itt. J..AMAK OIJIUUU: KI.SIIO southeast of the center line of Irla."I
week for four
I. once ea< h con- James T TIarnes, HKljl.K: U II1: O li It and B. F. said south or right leg <>f wve
tl\p! weeks and official Defendant OniULCH.: : Minors, heirs of 1' M. tisck as located and constructed ;
irNISf, I 5th*. tny hand of March. A. P.RtCTAL. OriDElt Oh' fciKRVICn NOTICETO 'Oxlger day
this APPKAH day of March A. I). 141. apply to parallel with nnd twenly-flv .
THE HTATR OF FLOKIDA; the County Judge In and for lirad. (20) fuet measured. at a right: .
EAT.! ) A. J. Thomas,
To. James T. liar"..". W/IOBO/ residence fold County Florida, at the Court- angle) southeast( of center line
.I( (Circuit Court l Is unknown. house In Starke: ., for authority to of said Hiiuth, or right leg of wv.
,i her J. Hendemon for Plaintiff Esq.3-7 4t 1-28 It Is hereby ordered that. you\ are sell at private ",lie thu entire Iti- track measured at a right $

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( \ "IIP Olltl' IV' AVIJ FOR
< (II \MKHT.
li KlrMc'h Lancaster.

Plaintiff .
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lIam1', Lancaster,
Defendant. t z

iRIHA William GREETING W. Lancaster: whose t h.; .;,<.
Inca Is unknown. -.4
'nil are hereby rerrulred to ap- .., ;1 ? ,
r to the bill of complaint filed
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met herein on or before < "
Ttli: lOll of April. A."I>. 1941.t { fit '" .!
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further ordered that thin .I \ "
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ran" notice be published In I \.
Bradford! County Telegraph aopapr ';;wf l1' .t :,: t f* W' $ .- 0'ff "
of general.. circulation! .1'. 11 f': .. .
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Belied In said County of Brad .. -( {' i; ''f\14't1k'' ::' l1 Yitf J
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I. .. .:...h.t'l-: < >; : ><: 1 :
nnce each week for four
con- < .
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of < 't".t ,ijoi""w 1 '
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illv weeks, S. 'r ti ., 1 1i< .' 'Mk\ :
'ITJEls. .tl f"i'ti: l V -fj/j .
my hand and officialthis ; "Y ltt ti $,'" f,< F "' rl. I.W.. ... ;ov' .
5th day of March. A. D. trn\ : > r'M ,, l -', 1;
1*. >ii ,,;r ..:..; ""qt.J.: 1' ,:..t .{, {if: !, lrHI j 1t ;;J'
P'II"IAI. RRf) .' 1. .$ *.. "" :<
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A. J. Thomas JlJ.: ;: !
n lc J Circuit. Henderson Court. E. .. ."' {. #,ikp-r .I' i lt :tli \ } '.
nritor "" (' I:' t.." 'J ., 1":,. '''' lr.1'1 ) ,, "
for Plaintiff. a-'I.. 328lOTTeE .y-tf' ;" < .".)>, ,.'f>,'f. ; I t .. .. ,". ,
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rIPf..IP coi'wr' IN Ain FAIl > :f.'"" ,,...'. ",.',-'oJ;! "" '. ,' .<"", .c'.'.. 1". ". '<;' 1 .
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CiitnnilnES rtacot v ,:' 1'4h.. ,tW ;. : \.J. .)'< ." !: /'Jf.JI., .
Plaintiff t. ?
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TT; OF1 TUB STATE OF" ::1' ''>r '. :h" :. ''; 5.. : :. >; .,;.. 1" : ..:. I

''l''r' ()A. GREETING: 'I'r't ,. ,' .. ..... ... ... '
4 4e .tJ'1
James A. Racot. whom resl- ., ., :. ', '!, '" \9' .,. .
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and address H HI Coming ...i < t'I'1) v. + .f.t. '" -
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nmilfBtnn South 'i .
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"ii Ar. hereby required to aI'- .. .j ,.

.n 7th' .to srnlnHt day thn of hill of complaint on A. or I). 1941.before filed ( ):lP:: 'i 11 :

' I" further ordered that this' $
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' In" notice be r iib1li.>hf>i1 In : "
nr. fleIn..r nf r-pn-ral clrcu'"Hon ? make the

'IMh"1I."">.nr" .w In llrh<.k.Saul. week County for of four Brad-con- y1 can on

"!>o'FI'4.: m'v hand And official I

thin lith day of March. A. I>. .,

'"IK'l.mttUCIIAI'rCERY 1 k"in:'I71rVAI Itor,.f rl'f'.lt e fur'tMnrOIII n..'REU.rriT Plalntlff/'Tl-T-Court.) COURT) !A.COITNTY.'.J. iir Thomas 4t Awn 3-28 '; .;. Bi ; tlew Ford light now I I

aol lIa.... ,
Plaintiff i __
-V.. .__ Fwe.'C_ _;;J.

a I Ih tipiiDefendant.. Name. -.- _. .t We'll give you a better trade on ,
of the State ,
Ma. Greeting" : : m

""t"Line. Bans, whose residence ., -, your old car .
wnTOtT ARE HKHF.WYli'T1 : -, 1 .
'. !? TO appear to the Bill ,. 2'
filed herein against
Inn, r before the 7th day of --- You'll better value in
'.. A. D. 1MU "r Decree Pro get a a new

"so will b, entered againstI.1J5'lIlT ,
1 i :. ? ': 1941 FORD the that "outmeasures" '
ER ORDERED that -,-- car ,
fl.tic b. -
published In the

lfri.1 5Plper CO" n y T..le..a.. A the other two in ;
pubU.hed In Bradford bigness *
"v .. .
.. "II. ..ta week for four ,
etJtiVe .....k.

\'Une.h''. my hand' and official r andwith, a sensational ride I

AD th"" 1iztia day of F.bruPICIAT. _____ .;, *

REAL) A. 3. Thomas '
of circuit Court. 1-28 tt 1-J1 r T\ Olfyou'reoutforabigdeal..see .

T'II!: "
; ( .HTH VflCIrfl.CoVflT K 0 R this FORD Come in JMIICIAt. ni great car. .
"'I "f .nRIO.*. it A wiiv. '- ,
;:;; !ono COVNTY. IN ,

Sri" I. Akln. let's talk trade now!

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A'. Dl .orc. Ii
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i !lTATI'(l1Pe11.!.f"n".nt.OF oro FI.oRIDA'APPKAR: I GET THE PACTS -

'I r Arch n\nMI" on the 7th day i---
""I;d ;.. "41. before the above
II rn 2rtto the Bill of Com- )r
.H ?? agaln.t you In the !.! ,
If, rd "A11 cause and "The ,
I.,. j t'bunty Telegraph". Is
: 1 ITi11' aa he news.
this order shall be ''
ft a.. /??, -J.w. JR. '

) .I'E-.Add ,
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7011p41flOISthnIach Starke Florida

Ul.,.. Indigestion

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Three W." S.. '"t."S.; Circles V. D,:(' ".' EntertainedByiLawtey Woman's'pub''to MeetThe tion 'states.( : '"Those- that have=-:sot;---
I SOCIETY and : 'I Hostesses been' used Yore recharged
Had'Meeting,Monday Woman's Club will meet in i he
_. ._ last 12 months should be |
L The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o' emptied
Circles of the'Wornan'eSoclety: and recharged," the
'|" -Hutchinga; Howell-Crews Killingsworth-Dennis of Christian Service'of the Methodist -I JX C., met Wednesday afternoonIn clock In the ,club auditorium.The will. tlon concluded: : Chief communlc '
I I newly elected officer : Carden ea.
Mrs. Kate Klllingaworth Church 'met Monday afternoon Lawtey and\ were entertainedat business plained that the
an- the
of be Installed during chemical
L. Crewe
J4l 1J' ene1Je Hutchlngi, daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. dead .
and were entertained" in ( the home of Mr and Mrs L. will
nounces the marriage of her session. Mrs L A. Canova after twelve months
of >Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hut 1 Starke announce the marriage of granddaughter, Myrtice, to James three different homes H. Hill, the hostess being Mrs have charge_ of music for the freshened .,. and should!

, ching of Starke, and Robert I their daughter, Doris Lola, to J. H. Dennis, on Saturday. January 1 I I21S Circle Number One. Mrs. Titus Hill, Mrs. J. E. ,Wilson, Mrs. E. afternoon. Hostesses! Mrs. L. ,A. ,0'wtnr up.
to the
: Glenn Dod on 6f the .regularArmy i W..' Howell of Daytona Beach. In Macclenny. The ceremony i Olson' chairman, met'at'the; new Perryman, and Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs.: C.. .. accident in whlcq"
K. '
. :. ['[. ,Were, married Saturday: The marriage was an' event 'of was performed! by Judge' Frank home of Mr. and Mrs, A. F Sauls Rennolds. A. Fetch:; Mrs. M. B.. Hertong; 'Mr. was Involved ,her
" 1 o'clock! Dowllng. on McMahon St? and we're enter- Mrs E. K. Perryman, Mrs. W.'M.' weeks agO 'he'' la late (
" II evening, February' at 9 February 23. Mrs. Dennla; daughter of C. C. tained by Mrs. Barfs. Mrs: J. F: "The president Mrs. George W. Morrow' and Mrs A. E. McKinney ; these announcements rgetttng
the Baptist past rl 1m with the j Mrs. Howell will remain with KlUlng worth of Lake Butler and Colley and 1WsIiCate'' Struth con- Roberts, presided over the' meetIng before .they
flln A. E.,, LIghtfoot performing 1 her parents in Starke until Mr. the late Mrs. Bert Killingsworth ducted a devotional jiervlce, after and Miss Madge Middleton people He will try. however, |10 .
1 e ceremony. Howell has completed his year'strafnlng d transacted her duties aa secretary. make personal contact: with
J< of Atlanta Ga., was graduatedfrom which Mrs. W every
, Mlle graduate at Camp Blandlng. After Bradford County'' HighIn from the World Outlook ,an article In the' absence of the historian, Carden To Inspect business house at an early date
.l of Bradford County High School that they wl'l. go to his home In the class of '27 where she entitled"Making'Change' for a poem entitled "Stonewall Jack- Fire Extinguishers Another request from Mr. Car.
" I in the clad of 1940 and la at Daytona. was a popular member of the China." )I .. Olson presided ,over- son' Highway" 'was read, by the I lenis that sight-seen; please,not
, present employed .In ,the Van H, younger set. a busines- passion and Mina""Am$ ctetary; V. H. Garden, chief of Starke's i crowd ,the fire tracks when' they
., Priest Store here. She baa made Leila Alesca NoegelMr. At present Mr. 'Dennis 'Is at Coburn transacted the 'Uutfes( of During the social w half hour Miss volunteer. fire(department has received i are .trying to get to or put out .

.. her home In Starke for the past' Camp Blandlng with the Starke secretary. The-subject of makingImprovements' Easley Shuford played two beau- an urgent communication ,fires
-( ) eight years.. and Mrs. Russell Noegelare National Guard detachment.Mr. In the 'parsonage llffil piano numbers.. A tempting from the American underwriters -
r.r/i$/ The bridegroom la a corporal announcing the arrival of a and ,Mrs. Dennis are' mak- was discussed and plans made for chicken salad course ;was served requesting: him to call on every NOTICEI
, ,II attached to Bat. C, 35th F. A., daughter, Leila Ale ca, born Sun- ing their.hone IE Starke. future'_work. -:At the close' of the by the hostesses. Enjoying the business house to make a survey have no one"la 'Starke authorized
'11"!Ii regular Army. Hi home la in day March 2 at their home on meeting Mra. Sauls served hot afternoon were: Miss Madge Mid- of fire' extinguishets."Those', to act as my' agent,

J j Liberty, N. C., and he came to' Madison Ave. Mrs. Noegel: was Chastain-Sapp tea, sandwlchel..and'cooklea.. dleton Mrs. M. F Brown, Mrs.J. that are empty, please have recharged (signed) Mra.. Chas..R. Ensey, "
L handing from' Fort,,Bragg. formerly Miss Doris Hough. fuinb r"1\\'o'," M. Brownlee, Mrs.: L. A. Davis, at once," the comm lca. (adv.lINSURANCE )

,Carlton Chastain, of Hampton, I Circle' 'Number Two, ldrs. A. ZT.Adklns : Mrs G. W Brown Mrs. Hal Ed- 0:0: _._ _._,_ .., .or .....,_ -,_._ .
and Miss Ella Mae Sapp.of Law- chairman" For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local tey, we.. a quietly married ,In home.of. Mlaoes Ol y .and"A metla .Z. Adklns, Mrs. :E. K. Perryman, ""B
$, Located Starke, Saturday, March 1, 'with Ray and carried out 'an' InterestIng Mrs.: George W. Roberts, Mrs.: AND:. ,ONDS..
;rij Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Judge E.K. Perryman officiating.The ."program."IJ-MrsJJ.( W.Whlte Loulebelle Moore, :and Mrs J. W.

: Mu'V.' One,Block; South of S. A. L. Depot bridegroom' is the son of conducted 'a'''WOl'llhlp"Belvice and Killian of Waynesvllle. N. C.
Mr. 'and Mrs. T. C. Chaataln .'of used as 'a Scripture selection Luke HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
) Hampton and the bride Is the : 103842.: Miss, Amelia Ray" read Club)Members At Home 1

: J. W. ANDREWS JR. daughter of Mr and'Mrs. J.. Sapp. a paper, which' 'was condensed To Officers Wives' .
Both attended Bradford High from the'World Outlook, which -"
School and have ,many friends in stated there are lIS, colleges for Members of the Woman's Clubof ConstantService. Over 50 Years

Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years Bradford County. They will reside negroes In the South which are Starke will be at home in the
In Hampton supported ,by the Methodist club rooms this afternoon (Fri- Please Phone 146 Starke

,s Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA day) from 4 to 6 o'clock, honoring I
4 : the wives of officers stationed -!
l .. .. _. ... _
I" Carolyn CallstreetThe u.1 at Camp Blandlng. Allofficers' -- - - --- '-:

.n_ ___ .. wives are cordially Invited -
to call during ,the afternoon. !
Battle of Richmond couldn't BOOM TOWN! ''"Boom town I
f McCORD'S GROCERY compareTo bah!" he bahed,. "Bum town BUM Church. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd read Plenty ofFREE Green's Store

the beautiful fireworks in TOWN!" an article about Madam. Chiang

the air Well, anyhow 'One guywho' Kal-sheck of China who is the'
LIVESTOCK On I when most famous MethodisUiWoman, In
AND Monday morning happy a b o.u t"'the whole
dazed Call treetera thing Is Lowell Clucas sprightly the world. "The Army-)land Vice" CASH CARRY;

, ., r Came face to face with parking. young IJac.ksoWIl1..Jomnallst" .'-. was ,the subject of a reading by

, ON ROAD 13 meters! tie's to' be married the end of Mra, Will Blair. Thatprogram{ Parking Space Starke Florida
Boy, oh boy Never have I March, thanks largely to the was closed by Mrs. S. S. Dowling ,
heard so much profanity corn bloated check receivedfrom, the reading "Home, Sweet'JU me, in
" resaed Into such a small area! Sat. Eve.. Post for his story of London," which was a graphic account -
" Come in and give us a trial Standard An' all directed at the innocent .- Staike due to hit the newstandsIn of the way people live in No. 1 Irish

and oil A complete line of feed little silver sentinels, atandin' the-March IS Usye..pC. the mag. London at the present time. Mra. Potatoes 14c
gas Adklnrt the business i 10 Lbs.
there so erect and polite, patiently of mags.-"Defense Comes to presided over I i
Plenty of Parking space waltln for someone to come Our Town" Is the title and you'd session Miss 'Olive Ray acted as]I,
along: and drop a nlckle (in better reserve your Issue now so secretary and Mrs. I. P. Shep-
J $Seems no one got really aroused you can ,read all about how it herd looked after the financial 2 Pk s. 3 Lb.

,FAT. TURKEYS, pound _ ._ 17c 'til the meters were actually up feels to live in a,, boom town .' Interests of the circle. Plans SALT __ ___ 5c ONIONS __ ..._ lOc
and In place, but'when the storm Ha ,.As if you didn't know were made to put flowers in the
17c finally did break I mean It Well, anyhow, Lowell was church during the coming month; Charmer 2 lAbs. Kitchen 3 Boxes
IRISH POTATOES, pounds, _..L: BROKE Unnerstand officials smart enough to do It In also plans were discussed for
up COFFEE 25c MATCHES ___ lOc
will I 1 removin' helping with the entertainment -.__,
compromise by form while the iron was bot, ,and I
,MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, lb. .. 25c every other nickle-grabber, so several local would-he'+"pen pushersare Friday night for 100 :Methodist
t .. maybe peace will return to Call gnash In' teeth 'cause, they soldiers 'from Camp Blanding. '
" St.,'after all ... Intereatin' side. didn't think of the idea' first During the'social half-hour the .
LARGE TOMATOES,, can __' ___ 6c light: Grace Wainwright borrowin' Incidentally, I wouldn't place hOl'ltess'served light refreshments.: Sugar: ,5, Lbs. ..23c
.c a nlckle from hubby '(Mayor) : e-:, "';: .
I too much credit In the rumor' that ICInta Number Three: ,,. \ vie (f? 1 ',. ..

OW,"'BESTtFLOUR\ ,.. 24',.)ibs: '::'_ _"_ :; 7Sc, 'Noon. Mrs.< to:appease J.,M. Brownlee a hungry expostu-.meter he Hugh hurried(Sappo to) Ingram the Ritz la so' 'heatrelas' naive Mrs.: Charles Darby and< 'Mrs. ". .) r .
J. R. Mixed Pound I Chuck Pound
atlrT: "I ,haven't put a nlckle In Wainwright were: joint I
weekendthinkIn' "CherokeeStrip"
BEST-SMOKE'D:' BACON lb.' _____ '15ci one yet, and I don't Intend to" was an: Indian hostesses:Circle' Number: Three, 17cl I
,;, Dr. Parks efusin' to let one i.Y. .' at the home, of. r the' former on Ground Meat _Steak 17c.
StMrs ,
i Cherry ) 'is*K.-Perryman;; '
be planted by his favorite WalnutSt.
My, oh my The Jenelle
Be and, ask for, ,FRESH MEATS parkin' place, Charlie Lou Hutchlngs-Robcr 'Dodjon president of !the Society opened
sure our } romance the "
meeting with prayer and a'
VIning treeklng to Call from aside which culminated in wedding bells
1 "";,,'We Carry A Complete Line.- street an' fus ln' every inch ,early last month, .baa,all the elements short talk. Mrs. T. T. Long,. had Bacon, BEST WHITE' 13cPound
the and the
charge sot
of the way Preplexed tourist of fiction Seems Cor-
toppln localltes, ''askln' where to poral Dodson was those subject was China Mrs.. L: .D.

We Also Carry A Few Items of pu( the nlckle in, an' nobody first soldiers sent among to. Blanding Vlnlng.'circle chairman, conducteda
able to tell him Joe Alvarezgrumblln' from Fort Bragg in to short business session.. Plans Sliced 2 No. 2 Cans
Hardware "Starke, is growln' ,up hold dowrf the fort until l arrival were the entertainment discussed for Friday helping evening with OLEO __. ___ lOc PINEAPPLE __ 25c
and I guess this must be one of of the 31st Division .'Hla'outfit' .
the growln'! PAJNS .. f returned to N., C.;; "In- Dec., for Blending Methodist especially soldiers from those Camp who 3 For Maxwell House f
Pardon my,expand head size, but having met Jdjelle, Corp. I have been attending .church here. P & G SOAP 10c COFFEE __ __ 23c
but I jus' can't get over receivin' Dodson begged for ",::11 ,transfer II
It was announced that the April
a fan letter all the way from back tov Blending finally obtainedIt
meeting will be held at the home
Norwalk, Conn ; (43rd Division anVnow tbejCce Corp.: and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs.
More territory) '. ) Sgt. ,James Well ?- Guess t'll .do for After the meeting Carpenter.adjourned, COOKING OIL Gallon 69c
Bargains L. Beers (soon to be at Blanding) this week 'I. Sqttong. ...",, See tho hostess served ,tea, sand- ,
writes the Telegraph: "Incident you in the next I wiches, and cookies. I
ally, the fame of one of your columnists -Carolyn "
AT MARGUERITE'S Is growing. One of my I

""' .. men in the Armory reads the I11I \ II I II ,i '
: -- .,- paper read as what soon Carolyn as I drop Callstreet It justto \\y\\fl\ I II II )

SKIRTS' UNIFORMSWere has to say. 1 hope she Is duly .-

Impressed" Impressed? RA
$2.98 ...-_____ $1.98 Were $1.25 _________ I'll say I am '. Compliments

Were, $1.98 ______Y $1.39 Were $1.00 _________ 69c beln' as scarce as they are, and
Norwalk beln' as far as It Is, 3 '" # s
:ALL SPORT JACKETS _, .. ___ $4.9879c I'll be even more Impressed, Ids .
'" If you boys will drop around and > .
-- take your Aunt C.. out for,a steak -

ALL COATS MUST GO! ,supper, once you get to Blending '\ 6Y },',t .' ', :.W "T' .,'..rose. ,,,,,.,,,$

As If this weren't enough.
$19.50 Coats $12.98, $14.98 Coats Ralph Rhodes writes' from West +
Point Prep (Ft. McPherson): "1 .
On Sale On Sale don't miss a single one of Caro-

lyn Callstreet's articles. She ( ?)
$8.95 L//
$5,93, or It really gives me the lowdownon
everything happening around
"- .
-vCHILDREN'S -', home" Well I appreciate that 9atKGmaIt?
*' one too in iplte of that."( ?) or A G Uzi tI rimoue olde aei
SLACKS It" business After aU 1 d eJolf e>

DRESSES No nice girl likes to be called aorit ,
Former ?- ; b u.t thanks, anyway

Valu : '$1.98 Value _____ $1.25 Ralph .
$1.25 ______.._ 79c i.
79c and .&9c, > Values ." Lord Leave to defend It to Jolly our Florida Mrs. J.winters H.- Here's Mother' Old Favorite :Yowls 1 :Eijey, Kmwiig

2 for. 7 5'' $1.00 Value Former; ,._ 69eALL .; .: 4. Says. this, one seems :
particularly mild to her ', forward ear-in and of the famous Drink
"Hasn't been a mornin1 that my atcpa y nesa : of Friendship.
teeth chattered while building the FLORIDA: Once' well-known land' Quality ,materiatls,'experienced brew..

BAGS AT SACRIFICENEW fire" Reason: "I don't put suddenly to dissolve matter, and the unhurried'touch of

SPRING HAGS IN THIS GROUP .'em. In 'til after I build the fire!" from the>paMing ace'ne. finding final proper.ageing combine to make jt the s
Whatta .
tenvayuma Prapswe'd refuge in the memorie old-timera.. superb, flavorful brew'it is! '% uv + v
all be better off If took
' $2.98 Bags __ $1.9&M$1.98: Bags __ $1.39 ourselves leas seriously .. '- Buttlicrt'sanother. '(familiar landYou'll enjoy JAX try a bottle today! j '' '

: $1.00 Bags 69c Unnerstand little" Jerome) tnark everyone knows that ties both the 9
(Jerry) Colley has a word for old and ne together in a friendly bond.That'a The picture t how the oU Florida
y people he doesn't particularly like ? 'Eat Coast Railway Bridge ..
"Co on, 'you ole Nazi, you" smooth, zestful J A X Beer 'acrost the St. Johns m lot-.

i r A11 Gil ts,1'ottery And Infants Wear .. .,he'll say.. Seems he picked known and cherished by discriminating vitte. This famous old bridge .l
,. : It up all by himself These' FloridIans since 1914. You, too, will taw tcrvice from 16891923.

Greatly ReducdMarguerite's nwdernt,youngsters don't miss a the and and mellow
trick, do they? .1 enjoy gip tang good' J +fif 'C 2 fORIOR
>K '
Ruby Lllley tells this one: One I fIMAR 'oc0y leartir J
ShoppeStarke of our numerous! new restaurant 'I MADE ,
owners was bemoan dull business l
since construction at Blan- you ctnffttty 'tr bttter tetr as& U/ / 'f-fi'fr T ftat
Florida J Y r I t II I- IJAX /
ding la nearln' the end and half any pe' *

the workmen are gone "Why:
you shouldn't complain" Ruby ; BffEWING COMPART, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA BEER
"This la a boom town i

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1 'i MA'Ri7'-1941.

f. !lUJICII1, 1941" .. l l BRADFORD COUNTY. 'Tr2IXORAPU_ STA1cKIE. FLORIDA \ .VW '.va.
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r BITS of, LOCAL NEWS 'J spent'-last :weeken'vielttng''.! < Mn.Nora Gainesville. Friday. Youth Injured I Il ''cba' d from*foer daughter,, : (
Sapp' Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown 'L.. W. KeJ8peTthe former 'J. W. t "
.=-- -- Mrc and Mrs. Nell Vtcktry.,' Jr., and baby were guests of Mr. and l In Dance Hall Andrews residence at 800' Madison l
,"Mrs., A. M. of Jasper were visiting Mrs. Vic- Mrs. L. A. Brown Thursday Street and will move 'there II :
AuburndaJe. Darby and daughter ,
.a\"lBOn.and. of ,Mr.IL .A. Mrs. DeWitt. C. Jones'of have Mr.returned and Mrs.from Wl.\. B. Sewell kery'a parents. Mr and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green wel"eIn Bob Myrtck, driver for the aa soon as'she can sell her pre '..r : \
,Mr. Richland. Co.. H. Hinton: Sunday. "> Starke Tue Starke I
g Gainesville day. 'Dry Cleaners was Injuredin eat business.
; spent Tuesday in where
they went to visit Mr, Mr. and .Mrs. A. A, Hazen ,of Mrs Charles Hardy, Sr,, spent hall j jI
Jacksonville., Sewell's mother a dance fracas Sunday
who la "
quite 111. Gainesville
were ;-visiting relatives last week in Gainesville with her I
WE. Middleton spentlay here. Sunday. daughter, Mrs, W. H. Bryan.Mr night at a place Just north of
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall have Mr. and Mrs J. VV. KUllan of town Road 13.
in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. !Itt Baxter are and Mrs, Ralph Hazen and on
Orlando as guests:and Mrs.:Mrs.W. H.R. Hoffman"Richard of Way e vlUe' N. C., are here for a' spending '.a. few, d'ayf'with rela- children and Mrs. R., D. Fisher Only one side of the story Is 1 t

T. visit with 'Mrs. KUHan's brother, tives In Jacksonville attended the, in Lake But
of ]Lake. ? available, but according, to the
&:. M. Brooksof Galnei- .Spring" J..J. Truby. The last,meeting of.the P.-T.A.. ler ,Sunday, beat I
obtainable here,
III a guest ,Saturday of Mrs. Lynwood Watts and wilt be held Friday, March 7. .All Mr. and Mra. Luthep Harrell 1J jII j
Mrs. O. W. Lamar of members an 'argument started when My- II IIi
Hall- Quincy, are urges,t.q attend.
0 Lynwood. Jr.: of Lake Butler, v spent Sunday in Starke with Mrs. ,
spent the weekend In the home Mr. and Mra..,Roy Green and HarreU's mother, Mrs. R. M. rick and his partner refused to i .:
were guests Monday of Mrs.
and Mrs. Fred Guy left Homer' / of her relatives, Mrs. J. M.: children. Mr and-'Mrs. Charles Crosby let a Camp Blending ,soldier "cut :
LImbaugh. '
to spend on etlm" InBeach Mitchell and MIA Lucile MitchelL Hardy. Jr.. were visiting Mr. and Lcaston.Wynn of Hampton Lake In' while they were dancing. ''r

!, where Mr. Guy CoL and Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. Demp- Rigsby. of Highland Mra. O, E. MCGauley'and: family was ,visiting friends here Sunday After several repeated attempt Ir Ir'It 1
Hot l In- In Melrorn last week.
Uyed as State Mrs. H. V, (night,.and Merry I sister of Mrs. OUie Marr, Mrs. R.: ,T,. Ha graves, and-, afternoon.Mrs. Ralph, Hazen and Mrs. had been repulsed: the argument ,. ,
visitorsIn Is
i Beth Knight were recent In the St. Vincent's
Hospital daughters and HOUSEWIFE
Lucy .Kffle.: pent Vasco Hazen spent Wednesday finally led to blows
Jacksonville. Jacksonville, for,, a major operation. 1 11ft
I Friday afternoon with'Mrs.. T. afternoon with,Mrs. Purvis Hazenat It, la said that 'two'military 1

W. and Martha Evelyn Markey. Hampton Lake,,,, police rushed to the scene, each '
Mrs. J. W. Andrews is In St. '
Mr. and '
(K. Vincent's, ',Hospital 1 n .Jackson Cot and Mrs. t>. E. Knight of Hampton Lake were", visiting Harrcll We welcome to our.little town striking, Myrick about' the head 1j 1\\

ville, where she Is recuperatingafter and grandchildren, Merry Beth friends here Mi-, and Mrs. Gano and, eon who with their billets. The Starke i j''
Tell REPAIRING an operation. Charles Nancy Lee and ,H. V., Mr* Bill Tuesday Plummer afternoon.of moved here from Hampton and :youth received three' !severe head < ,* .. flan I ..I.. It _.) '
Jr., 'spent Sunday at Silver Lawtey are occupying the Pinholster wounds! neceaeUatlrfe five stitches. i-iII!
spent last week bere with her 1. During a recent survey" to discover ,' I 4 II
BATCHES, RINGS'JEWELRY Mrs. R u f u a Hatchings of Springs., mother Mrs.,John Cone, Friendsof house Mr. Gano Is agent for Hob lives with his mother, Mrs. why Southern Twin Park Bread it .0:' )
the Seaboard railroad Surie Myrick, on Road 13 across with housewives, the following .
Gainesville, Is visiting: her hus Mrs. Cone wjll'be glad toknew popular<< "
band's mother, Mrs. T. M. Hutch- Mrs. ...James ,Godbold and ,son, that,,she'In Improving after Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and from Mallory Thomas'\ filling sta /: interview took placet \
o i Watchmakers Ings, 'and family: in Starke. James Jr., and Mra. Godbold, Sr.; being ill with Influenza.:' family have an apartment (JJthe tion. They have lived here fouror '1
You I of Jacksonville: ; were here Sunday Vamadoe house and moved here five years He Is still con.
Serve Mrs. O.: J. Griffin of St. viRitlng Mrs. W. S. Stroman and Mrs. Pansy."Sirlckanil' ; pf from 'LaCroaae. Mr, Cason Is fined ,to his bed.! Ii
109 Can Street J JTARKE Augustine arrived Wednesday to Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Gainesville was vlatting| friends( employed by the China Tung Oil, P I
here Friday. 011\\
FLORIDA nM; "spend some time here with her Inc.Mr lugs Large House : :
I daughter, Mrs.. E. L.. Biggs. Mrs. E. M. thomas and Mrs.J. children Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I and Mrs Jack Simmons of
A. 'Wilkinson have a? guests were dinner guests of Gainesville were visiting relatives I Mrs. Bertha Pearce, who runt J
this week Mrs Victor Thomas, Mr.. and Mrs H. A, Coleman of here Sunday. the Bradford House recently pur- ,\ ,

THEATREs of Jacksonville, and little Jo Ann --- J''
RITZ Thomas of Crescent 'City. rI 1I

STARKE FLORIDA The Rev. L. 'G. Hemingway and COUPON SALEYou I+ I
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Latest Pictures First Run daughters Mrs. John Moyer and i

Mrs. One Wiggins, and little J
Friday, March 7 grandson Jimmie, were on a Still Have A Chance To Win The Name Prize t +

"EAST OF THE RIVER"With shopping tour' In Jacksonville. i

John Garfield and Brent Marshall Wednesday CLIP
ALSO Ferry Spooners & Cartoon FREE
J. B. Rowe went to Jackson And obtain a quart of delicious THIS COUPON AND 2. lmerviewerilow l do you do,
Saturday March 8 ville Wednesday to,be at the bed- Ice Cream for With 50c madam., I'd like to have your opinion a,
DOUBLE FEATURE side of his daughter, Mrs. Ruth 23cSuggested every about Southern Twin Pack Bread i

Elviry and Weaver rosIn Baker, of Daytona Beach, who .' purchase you will 13c IlmiMwifei! flu-ayt. utt iI, if ,IJII"', -
underwent a major operation In Name of ,bit
( Store u you mum.
"IN OLD MISSOURI"And St. Vincent's'Hospital., "" receive a bottle of .,. .. I ffe
.... ,, I ENTITLES; HEARER TO \' "' ;
Don Berry In Mrs. C. C.: Mendoza and son '- --""-, '- Adce Renec French :wtAyyil.(( ;)i { ",:." ,: ':'1 a i R
Cliff Mrs. Laurie Edwards and Your Name ''f I II
"ONE MAN LAW" daughter, Fredrlka and little Uouquet Genuine 1 PINT HUn ALCOHOL f" "{.,"J!\""1'L, .. It. 'I'

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MIDNIGHT SHOW 11:30 Jean 'Merrill Bauknlght, all of -- : :.h -- Flower Perfume ": Ji I 1'\ '
Lupe Velez. In Jacksonville were here Saturday 1

MEXICAN SPITFIRE OUT WEST" I I visiting and Mr.Mrs.and W.Mrs.H Struth T. J. Griffin and S P E C I A L S ,,", ., ,I'It.,

ALSO-Cartoon and Musical Short i family. [;J ;" ,
4-Way'Cold Tablets __ 9c 4 Oz. Peroxide 7c ; .,' 'rt. ,":., \: "it"
Sunday & Monday, March 9 & 10 I I Mrs H., C., Henderxon left Saturday 1 Pt. Rus. Mineral Oil 29c 100 5 gr. Cascara Tab$2.00 ..'" -.:.M"f.... "
Alice Faye and Betty Grable In for Tampa where she will ... ':
"TIN PAN ALLEY"ALSO"Crlme I be Joined next ,week by Mr. Hen. Toaster 98c lets ", _. .. 23c 3. Interviewer Then do you think

Does Not Pay" &, Cartoon derson,; who has resigned effective 25c Sanitary Belts 8c Dessert Dishes Each 2c thai Southern half Twin loaves Pack each Bread l. within i,

March 12, as Farm Security 50 DeWitts Refrigerator two separately lV
Kidney Pint wrapped stays fresh longer; than ordi-, ,
Administrator .In this '
Tuesday March 11 county. nary bread ,
BARGAIN DAY Admission J5c They will make their home in Pills -- .. .. 2 c. Water Jugs 9c 'hd .
Houuwifc ;it frribtr
$tyt ,, ,
Lloyd Nolen and Wendie Barry In ,Tampa. .Mlfp" Located than,mnf esker IIlUId. x '
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"CHARTERED PILOT"ALSOMerry ";, <* + :tea Shepherd:returned"Saturday' .fryaA '

[ Melody and Henry Bussl's Band from Jacksonville St.'- Vincent's where he Hospital underwentan In 213"E.' CALL STREETFormer :'};WA./ ..{ ",r. ", IoJr"

\\'rtflf" .,
Wednesday & Thursday, March 12 & 13 operation on his hand I that ,, )" ,' ,, '{ 7e1
Kay Kyser and His Orchestra\ ,Boris Karl<<; ft,, was injured three months ago by '; f::; f'i'i; fia'z. It G
Beta Lugosi and Peter Lorrie. In an accidental' gun shot,. "His (Former .Bakery ,Location) ,:let, I. Itt r

"YOU'LL FIND OUT" friends are glad to know that he ''It'" 't'"'"
I la steadily Improving. )t(; Jh. f
LSO-Donald Duck Cartoon & Latest M." G. M.,

News Reel. BROOKER
7b.w 4. Intervlrwert that' a fact thousands -
Dy Mrs. L. L. ParkerTO of housewives are 6nding'to be '
true, because with Southern Twirl Pack f
GIVE SHOWER' Bread only have to half I '
NAT SEZ: you open '-
FOR FIRE VICTIMSThe a loaf at a time while the other half
faculty of Brooker school remains sealed and frc h. I j
More excitement this week than
Is giving' a miscellaneous shower de
Wily'aLlO' of
you si r
tk I have seen In along time. Some at the school house Friday, March other thrifty housewives are doing? i

worrying about their Income tax 14 at 3:30 P. M.< In honor of Mrs. Buy the bread !in th....clu.ive Twin -fi l
? and others peeved to death about Ralph Hazen whose house ,and IHU Pack wruppcr. Ask for Southern' ,Twin '1 ;
them .-ky ptlol'klDmeterM./ I see Furniture were destroyed by fire 4L I'ailt today. Extra AMMkrcani. '\ Sif
by the papers that Babe Kutfi IK lat! week. Everyone Is Invitedto i sow mrltbtj ultb Vitamin 8.,
coming to town Sunday. Never attend. The'fire is thought to -ton Rat mutt food '_.r" ,

wlU forget the time a friend of have started by a' spark from the lf

mine got lilt In the eat of the chimney. Mr. ,and Mrs. Hazen i
pants by a ball that the Babe estimated their loss at about L

socked, was he proud! $4,000 31. r :

Mrs. R. M. Crosby Mrs. Loran t
Conner and Miss Doris Strickland 1 I BIMr
were guests of Mrs. Luther Har-

90'l! rell Thursday.

COMMENCEMENT: : : PLANS and kind of drive )
The Baccalaureate Sermon for Don't let 'em kid you-there is one only one

the nlnjh grade will be delivered that completely eliminates the conventional' clutch as well as

'DESE Illfl1t Sunday March 23, at 3:00: P. M., ,the clutch pedal-one and only one kind of drive that auto Y
Graduation e x ere l ices will be 1 1WIN PACK WIIITE'-T_.
March ,25: at, 7:30 P. M. Further matically selects and automatically shifts into the right gear half heaves white bread Individually 1\\

commencement next week.plans/ will be .announced for performance under all conditions'--one and only one wrappers wrapped maid Twin Pack I r

The ninth'gl"ade !sponsoring kind of'11dve that gives you the safety of "two hands on the 2 TWIN PACK 2-in-l-Half |loaf I

/' the ''picture ''shoW. Thank for wheel af;! all_ times plus the super-safety of the world's simplest whit bread, half loaf wheat v k
Listening." at the Brooker School brrad. Both halve individually
1 Auditorium. Friday, March 7, at ,' easiest-controlled driving, and that is the original. wrapped and re-wrapped In Twin t t

4 4x 7:30: P; M. The show hereafter Pack wrapper. a; o,

will be on Saturday nights at Twin Task U an ..,1"11,,. Southern
7:30: during 'summer months. DRIVE Bread feature. Atk your grocer for
HIBRA-MAHC your favorite Twin Pack loaf today ;f*'I'' t
t b fr ,,,, SEWING CLUB -
Rs d s The Ladles ,Sewing, Club held I

February 25 at the home of Mrs. "

Two visitors Mrs. Tom Hardy 1 '
and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster. and THAT OTHER DRIVES DON'Tf ''; TWII PACK U FIOW

one new member, Mrs. A. L. CHECK the chart at the right. You 11 M;; :

Green were present.Mrs. see that''Hydra r Ma tic';'''Drive do a aS EIIICIEI WIT
Charleo Hardy, Sr., received things no other drive can dot Take TIS Y.BSanOldaH'draMatleoutontheroed. yBS }
a birthday gift. After a ,ers ea J7l1l Ya'8 jYBB
social hour of sewing, delicious You'll find bow much these things 60 jyRfl JVO .v ViTAMIH B
refreshments were served by the all mean to you ", .effort reduced anm+y' 1P JVO iVO A
hostesses, Mr*. G. B. Colson. Mrs.E. performance improved, gasoline JVfJ ,60 NO Jt
C. Long and Mrs. Charles 'saved-not'to mention the totally __ JVO 1__
Hardy Sr. different your get from driving I __-r JVfJ JVO 1Yp Southern
The next meeting will M'at HydraMaththrill l>r v., remember, has 171 >--1 JVO (
LUB the home of Miss Lubedbt Pin- been prove in the hands of more _ws er 1'0 1yp 1Y1'j
Oldamobile,ownersin'l NO
than 75,000
with Mrs. Florence Varn- ,
holster, 335 million ,miles of driving I 71' { cat
adoe and :Mrs. L. A. Brown as ,

;1.Ii'ryes notice...The fiDe the gasliryir smart( II H .I1W. co-host Mrs.essea.T. W. Markey Mrs. I. W THE CAR !! I IA laa. / i

.Wk._ lie ei pert worknum- $ 5 Pinholster and Mrs. Minnie OLDSMOB tl'i
Rhlmeo attended church at New
f'IIttcm'lod.Lade-. ear ten River Sunday and were the dinner IT STorode ; i
guests of, Mr. and Mrs. Red-l
dish .ADdr wr.;t l', 6 6iL iL
Mr. and Mrs i James fndicott
will leave for Kentucky Thura3ay. Chevrolet Co.Starke "Ie I

: )tn. Endicott lathe, daughter -1 .. Bread
of Mr. and Mr" 'E, J. Lewis Florida I

Mrs Gertrude Moore of Miami r V ,, ri

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MAR 7 1941 ew .s '

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dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Sapp Sunday.
By Mm. Z. Z.
The Rev. W. T.. Minshew of

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown New River was here Tuesday on\ '

Mid Mrs. W. A. Brown and children business.Mr PLAY !
of Orlando were visiting and Mrs. Kennedy have I

Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis last week-end. moved here and Mr. Kennedy has

MTU Ida Chase has returned accepted employment at C amp

home after spending several I Blanding. ..

' weeks in Jacksonville with ber Mra. Etta Dyal and Mary

I slater, Mrs. Ollie Rlgdon. Vamea of Graham were visiting

A Mina Thelma Prevatt of* Jacksonville here Tuesday. 'SEE BABE RUTH'SWf.

b was visiting Mrs., Z. z.1

,1 y Griffin over the week-end. Several TWO 0V A KIND

attended the birthday party The difference between Colonel

f" Saturday night in honor of Miss Charles A. Lindberg and Senator

Mildred Morrell and Miss Thelma Burton K, Wheeler la that Llnd-

,4 Prevatt of Jacksonville at the berg la opposed to our giving any. ALL STARS
home of',,Mrs. Z. Z. Grlf/la. aid whatever to any country

:Miss Mildred Morrell of Lake while Wheeler favors giving all

Butler visited her slater Mrs. W. possible aid to Britain exceptmen

14. Green, over the week-end. war material, financial assistance -

Mrs. John Prevail waa visiting l and moral support.- VS. CAMP ,

her daughter Mrs. L. O. Tyre, of Tarpon Springs Leader. BLANDING

Florahome last week-end

Albert Griff and Harvey TICK TO APHKAU
1 Gainey were visiting friends in The Ktate of Florida to K .!
I whoae revldence U
Eleanor King
Lake Butler Saturday night. unknown: You are hereby notified f
Mrs. Dan Boree and son, Har ,and that due bill I of affidavit complaint for for thin divorce order I' 'I{'

old. of Jacksonville were visiting has been filed In the Circuit Court SundayMarch

Albert Griffls last week-end. of Bradford. o .ng'IIr Florida King In I la a r
cause wherein I D .
plaintiff and Kunle Klanor lygre- THE BABE
" defendant, and you are
SAMPSON CITYBy riulrnd. to appear In mold. cause on
Mm. S: K. Jones the 7th day of April. 1BI1. Brad- WILL BE THERE
ford County Telegraph I. tleelnr-
flitted na the newspaper In which
Allred Varnea Junior Smith thin order hall be published once 9th. IN PERSON
and Shi Smith were visitors to a week for four consecutive weeks
.. "
no" i
Palalka Sunday. mygrhandal andtuofficial Heal at DON'T MISS HIM
S Clarke Florida, this let day otMa..h.
Horace Varnes was a visitor to 1941.OFFICIAL. .
Jacksonville during the week-end. ( HKAW A. J. Thoman.Clerk ; U.r
1. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Smith were County Florida a.1 4t S-28 -
t in Jacksonville one day this week. -

r Mrs S. E. Jones was vintting oltnF.1t 0V Pt'HI.ICATIOMNOIICI3

her rtfller-ln-law, Mr R. A. ) TO APHIJAIt
The Htate of Florida to Margaret -
Thomas of Starke, Monday. Mcll Smith. whose realdeniea y

Mrs Eula Mae Smith was in unknown that u: bill You of are complaint hereby: notified for 4 1 CAMP BLANDINCI

Gainesville Tuesday.. j I divorce and due. affidavit for thin
order has been filed In the Circuit
Mr. and Mrs E. D. Jones were 1 1.IV Court of Hradford County Florida.In .
u. muss wherein Waller Smith
In plaintiff and Margaret Melt.
'nlll ('IRCpi'r ('OI'IIT' nF TII'
Smith Is defendant and you are
/71(1(1'11 Jp)1/A1. '
( '''' .T I)4'TIIM

AND 51)/1) TA'I'M tt:. ;..,r.i'IWI: : T. .j oaime hereby on required Inn: 7th to day appear uf April In, t"9"li" ,
.IV C11A1+1'KLY.: Kradford fruinly Telegraph l III d.-
Lola' biav.aPlaintiff licnatvd an the newspaper/ whli'hthla ,
order hall be publlnhecl once I
-v.- "'' For nivore.Defendant a week for four coni>..rutlve weekaprior
;,, Edgar 17. Maven. to said return date. Witness DAY IN STARKE
mv hand and official oal at
ORDMit: OJ "flt.rCATJOI'f' Htarke, "Florida thin bt day of
o RTATIol Ofo' FLORIDA March 11141.UIF.'ICIAI. .
h, TO I3IKIAB H. MAYR8: .. SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
f It appcarlnir from the sworn bill Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford
)L rf.r2m""nt, filed In the above en- County.! Florida 3-7 4t S-JH ,
'f" t/1"1 .S"1"" that the wlflo plnco -
nc of Edgar n. MnvoJ. the
('lIt'I''.'" rniniT.JIII IUGIITII
Iorendant nil 1'.1' "r. I. IN TifF
known to Plaintiff' In Dell| Ar- >II\I. (IIKI'ir OK1 P1.1)11.
K"n.KN:.that .nld Defendant over lllIM. ANTI'" POll Illll>KOHIItOllMTr.
I the age of twenton yearn and IN' (' (' :n". Game Starts 2:30"bf
.' that there Horn. ,
** no t>*'*n In the Mary Louise
l ktate oC Florida service of nib. Plaintiff,
f uPon whom would' bind the .VN- No. 1166 )
x Bald O..r..ndanl Lavon Horn ..
1'1' IS 1/IoUICJ1Y ORDERED that Defendant.OKDI3II .
the Defendant Edgar 13. May..., b. (II" SKRVICHNoriCH <,. .
and h* ,In hereby TO APPEAR
Pn Yh.Iq the bill of 2mpfalnt f lift TilE STATE OF FI.OIUDAITO
I 2 t.h1l\ < entitled' catme, where. : l.avon Horn whose roeldence I
i Vvn) ?:. PlaigHff *?"k" to )tln ,la unknown. .
ft.sT the Defendant Sagnr It, la herl ord.redl.lbat+ you arereiiulrecl "'-
" E. Maya.. on or before Monday, the to appear 4m the Tin day 1,, ev
7th .darhtlit r. A. I)' 1 4I. oth.r- of April A. 1>. 1941 before the
wlae 1 i'" of the geld above entitled court to the bill of
bill will h.. taken' a. confemed by complaint filed against you In the to" .
the iiald above entitled cause; and "Brad '
JJ I PUItT11EKl': ORDERED that ford County--Telenraph" la herebydKHltrnated
I- Order be published a. the newspaper In'
once a
week, for four ronencutlvo weeks In which this order shall be published I MUSIC FURNISHED BY
the Bradford County once a weak for four consecutive I '
5..bl7PhPrri "' general'I e'feuffiioSdi week. I! :i
?"? Bradford County, Flor- WITNK83 my hand and the seal. ,
of this court at Starke. Florida, )
DONE AND ORDERED: at Rtarke this 6th. day of March. A. D 196(. )
Al0ndni fhi'" the Brd day of March, (OFFICIAL. BRAL.) A J. Thomas, I
r i 19ft.< Clerk of the Circuit Court. __
l (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thotna. J. 8 Harrison .

+t STATK COUNTY OP1 OK FLORIDA nl1AOFORn )) CI"PH' Plaintiff. Attorney.-, a., 4t 3." 3 TWO MILITARY BANDS

of 0h.aHdir"f n 'I. a true COP March 4th, 1141
LIOn made 'In the raid cause on NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVhkthat
rile In my office Ihi. the Ird day pursuant to Section II of Chap
tit March A. n 1941. Law Florida
(()9'F1CIAL SICALI A. J. Thotn""J frtt; known ao.ft nW
Clork. a'7 6t 4-. ACT, the following described land
In Bradford County "Florida will Benefit
NOTKl 0V P""L MASTKII'M be offered for Male at publlo out- fr B.H.S. Athletic Fund
*Al.ffl cry for the highest and beat cash
Notl.-e I.. hereby lven that under. bid. subject to the right of the
and rvlj'"r. hat certain Final Trustees. of the Internal Improvement ,
,', 1''' and Hale I Fund to rejoct any and all .
rendernl on the I5th day of Feh-. bids. at the Courthouse beginning
ruary A,' It 1< ,," at 10:00 clock A. M, on the 4th.,
Court ot th. niKhthyjirclttl: day of April A. l>. 1941 Easement
cult of Florida; In and falItrad. for road right of way JOO feet.
ford County In Chancery. In that wide will be reserved from any BACKED
oa..I..ln au.* therein' pending parcel through which there. la an BY THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS
rintnUffton7HV"1 W Hinllnirton. U exlntlnir' Ptate IloadNKk .
A. Flitch. and hit* of SWV Section 13, Twp. ,
wI'. VArdle Fut..h Jnurea Kick 7 H. Range 10 h, 40 Acre 1 '
liter ",J,1 Martha KIl'kllt..r\ and 13I NK'4 of /HWVi, Hvctlon 1, Twp. MEN OF STARKE
K. Perryman \h.n Ad 0 H, Range to 1' "Mt.; 40 Acrea.Iot .
.Item for the ?. ", ... Klcklller I. 8 of Hlk 42, Livingston,
and Martha KU-kllte". minors, and Truhy A Co'a Sub-diviSlon.. Section f
Mutanmn. Investment ('om pan". a 8H, Twp 4 8, Ranire El VSOF ,
oorpornllon. are tlerenclnnl.. the 1'ItITH'I'EE4 11 1113 INTERNAL I ,
undersigned' nm "'* appointed IMPMOVFMKNT: FUND OF TILE ; -. t"" .
In nal.l fliwl'.TirJ.B.. ,r fore- STATE OF FLORIDA. '

elnaure ale hli-h-, and and. 'and outcry III.",f\l\for w"wt rash'public| I to 1'a the for,. T A.I Fund J. Thomai", lirndfoid Agent County Trustee. It CITY BARBER SHOP i ', ::c, :: '" ;- ,: : :; '. GAINESVILLE GAS .COMPANY

HimVS" nod h..t bldd..r.l "t the .....1. 'J ,..Jo:
Front Poor of the (I'onntw Beware K' '
(.'ourt ]lIou..". In Starke, nrad Coughs ':, : MAYES

f'ounty 7th day, Flurldu.of April'' on,,,. Mondnv n 1941. ford the the from common colds JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. t'1' :: /:.-, ,:j} ,
some b..11l1f a legal "RI... dll" And ,,\Iti ,fly
ItUI.I'l lay ot call Court and with '
In the legs( hnure of Sale on maid That On '" '" CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
Hang '
2nd"- the following d.wcrihcd lands B. JACOBS ,:' :' I'
premises. mituale. Iylnlf and ,, ,
being In the County ot Bradford Crcomulslon relieves promptly because '
State of Florida. towill It right to the neat of the i 0 .
Iiits' One (II. Two (al. Three (3), trouble to help loosen and expel \ : < ;: (.:. ; ;THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP
niir (), Five (6). nix" (8). Seven THE ARMY ": ';" '
(7). Fight! (I)' Nine (91 Ten germ laden phlegm, and aid nature STORE-Ole Sarge Sualow'; "l ;r' ;' _f.' r
S10). Haven: (11). and ifwelv e to soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed .
U>, of 1I1..k Tw.lve (1111 In bronchial mucous mem TIC TOC TAP
"JrCiT; '. Addition In the City ofThn branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa :
bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding .' <
ALVAREZ-Clothing : .. ,
sell land '
to be cold In &cC1GrdancQ you must lllce the way It '
decree with and to satisfy maid quickly allays the cough or you; are ". !\ ?'' ",,. _. '
It : : K G.
T. Frank andrum, Bpeolal' to have your money back.CREOMULSION : \ -: ; DUNCAN

O. W. Oelger l 'Master STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY .;"': -f'b: 1J""'.' : ;'::I" .. ,

Hollrltor fur ".' .
Plaintiff I I.
16t 4.4 for Coughs< ,Chest Colds.Bronchitis ,' J':" :'. CY-N-AL'S

KOCH DRUG STORE -:,' :,; ". : -: A

DR. L. L. COPELAND Optometrist ",,,,'i."tJi \ ,+, JERRY'S PLACE
SISTRUNK !<; t.' '
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't Will Serve Camp Dlandlng Men ':'. ': ,7- "; ,'. '.j;a; COLUMBIA MILITARY DISTRIBUTORS

"' 'f, '
I Saturday Evenings Till 9 O'clock CAFE '

iF, : W. T.
48 W. r.- ; REALTOR
"r, Forsyth Street Jacksonville Fla. ,.
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: > LINES DEPOT-Phone, 145

S. A. WELDON ...t.*::. .)"j;: I ,.'" .

,."'. MOTORS

; v ALEXANDER & CO.w .


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( rat sew(.bookie seed Lr SAM ROSENBERG. & SON FURNITIURE & Jeweler


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IAV, M'tgCf i7.194I BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCORArfl. RTARKR. Ff/mmA l".Jt.AR.J iJ9'41 "dhf

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AROUND LAWTEYWith Influenza Will Become World-Wide ,; i. I

Hampton Happenings And Sweep Europe, Doctor Predicts ;''t,,i.':1
"" Ruby Moore 1. J.
A Duke University bacteriolt- packed air raid shelter of Eng-
By Mrs. :M.. W. Morrow FINAL RITES
IAVWKV BAPtIST glst predicts that Influenza will
PRESENTS: MUSICAL RETIRESIw be world-wide answer In obvious, Dr.
LL8 55 PUPlLStrr1ST : MUSICAL SERVICE Funeral services for R B. soon a epidemic,
Smith! said.
i CIIOBCIIi PROGRAMAn SUNDAY KVKNINO. Johns, who died In Jacksonville possibly becoming the arbiter of
.*tev Baptist Church evening: of music was presented The Grace Methodist 'Church Saturday, were held at the graveIn the war. Dr. Smith' went Into the mothlcat l

d e its Daily Vacation Bible by the Music Departmentof held a musical service Sunday Hampton, Monday morning Dr. David T. Smith professorof school Library records and
people Monday the Lawtey Baptist Church evening March with! the' Rev came up with this data to sup't
,I for young 2. J. B. Dtxon of the bacteriology at the D uk. "
at 8:30: o'clock Thursday evening, February 27. port his contention. : 1 M
lng, March 3 Miss Easley Shuford, pianistfor North Shore Christian Church of School of Medicine, said the epidemic -
In attendance. Those assisting in the service Jacksonville The d'laeasiVls not a killer jtj
59: pup" the evening, also presented a officiating.A will be worse In Europefor
Ia atudent. are learning potthe were: piano solo, "Romance." native of Hampton, son of two reasons. Itself, but millions have died in i*.

of Bible suited Scripture to their piano Raymond solo. Comes of Starke Miss Gene Edwards" accordlan- William and Anna Dowling Johns, First, the war which makes its wake during epidemics. "The >

I are memorizing play per- Vlrgle Drawdy Irene Prevatt Isl,-"Nearer :My God To Thee." he had lived for the past four millions live In unhygenlc conditions last world-wide, spread of Influenza
have supervised In Jacksonville. and also them undernourished
l years keeps -
I' for music ..torleaI Grace McDonald, Evelyn Warren, Misses Guilds Marie Thede and was in 1918-19 when In
I periods book work and each quartet.Mr. Clara Mae Harley, vocal duet- Survivtne are his widow, Mrs. I ; second, the fact that less than 12 months there .weremore
note Lee -O! Marian Johns; one daughter, the wave began In this country
I with a Enfield horn solo. Calvary.
cloBea i and
program Mrs. Lee Enfleld, Wanda; two sons, M. V. Johns and la moving eastward, and influenza than 200,000.000 eases ;
work class. piano solo. James waves, he said, more than 10.000,000 deaths. In
The church E. Goodfellow left Law- Jacksonville and R. B. Johns, Jr.: generally
ere Is no tuition and no lamp light waa and Illuminated by tcy Sunday night for an extended three brothers. R. O. Johns and Increase In virulency as they the United Slates in leas than v 1
those In the hands I only beautifully move. six months there were 20,000.000
8 except decorated with trip. While on the East Coast Levy Johns, Jacksonville: and L ': .
e teachers. Everything the I' flowers. A silver early Spring .he will visit his. daughter :Mrs. A; Johns Hampton. Funeral arrangements Hence Europe can expect: to be esses and 460.000 deaths. '
ta famished them taken to aid in the offering was ; Herbert Buck of Daytona spenda were In charge of stricken with a more virulent Influenza lowers bodily resistance -
fScost. Tuition which will of new purchasing few days In Lakeland, and later Seashole Funeral Parlor. Inter- form of. the disease at a time and those who get up too
Lbly be about a dollar a hymnals for the church.Mr. ,will probably go to Tennessee ment was in Santa Fe Cemetery.Mrs. :. when most of the population laIn early fall prey to more serloasdiseases. l+ .

T, will be taken care of by and Mrs. Bill Plummer had Mrs. F. R. Carradine spent I poorest condition to fight It. .
Miss Ada Ntmnio
will offerings at the close of as their house guest Tuesday Miss Tuesday in Gainesville visiting the Lynn Hall, President of) I What will happen In tha closely- Dr., Smith said the epidemic in ;
IIChool. Margie Mathews of Starke. Strickland girls. Miss Ada Nimmo faithful the Hampton P._T. A. wishes to this country was getting beyond a ?' ;

e Dally, Vacation Bible ,_ Mr.' and, Mrs W.<.Fred Moore Mrs. Robt. M. Milstead, wife employe of the postofflce here for I thank those patrons and friendsof shall nee Him as He is. the stage where the term "epi- ;ui
01 will continue until :March and children, Barbara, 'Ann Fred the past 30 year., retired as postmaster -' the Hampton Junior High demic" fitted and that It was \
of the
manager of the Bradford I Services were held at the Tab- i1
If any child In your nelgh- and Gall, returned to Lawtey Sun effective March 1, and the School who helped with the contributions widespread enough to be called
arrived from Columbus, which ernacle Friday and Sunday nights.
iood over four years of age day after a business and position Is being temporarily made possible "pandemic." I
pleasure Ohio, Tuesday to establish her The Sunday night subject was
the '
of thl operating expenses of the
lot taking advantage contact the trip which Included Ocala, Tampa, home In Lawtey. They are at filled by H. B. Wiggins. school. I"Outcast." All through the Scriptures He said the current wave is
lerful opportunity and Plant City. present located at the home of When she first started to, workIn It la manifest that those mild, that It would continue to '
Ints so that the children mayv Small daughter Ann stopped in Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine. the Hampton postofflce In 1911, A. L. Olsen who has been who serve God acceptably are spread eastward to Europe with
the remaining: week of the Ocala to visit with her cousin BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! Mr. Miss Nimmo was assistant to her spending the winter In Hampton, ostracized by the world and the about 60 per cent of the population

wl. Jenny Lind Boyer and. did not Grit Phillips and Mr. Thomas W, brother, Andrew Nimmo, who was : left Monday for Daytona Beach worldling. contracting It, and then It i
;raduatlon exercises 'will be return home until Wednesday, Mock. then postmaster. She served In where he will spend a week before would die down for a time. j '
Ralph Anderson, of New York,
March 14, at the returning to his home In
when Mrs. :Moore spent the day this capacity for eight years, and
I will have ,
charge of the service
_vh. with relatives In Ocala. was appointed postmaster in 1919, Torrlngton. Conn. Typewriter and adding machine
feacbers for the Bible School Mrs. C. Y. Mayo returned to VANDERBILTBy which position ,she has held ever We have been Informed that.40 Friday night. ribbons. also other office mppU 4 h
Rev. Lee Enfield, Principal, Tampa February 27 after a short Miss Velma Norman cars of lime rock will pta Blbto School Sunday at 3:00: for sale at the Bradford County *

[B. A r wood, J. T. Prevatt, visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Little Bobble Barber of Jacksonville since.As might be expected Miss through Hampton on 1U way to. 1'. M. Is held for all age groups. Telegraph Office. ''i
ert Campbell Bill Plummer, Moore. Camp Blanding. Rumor states : ''I' \
spent several days with Nimmo has bad many experiences .
Wyrick Mr. Warren, and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.F. both pleasant and otherwise that the contract Is for an Indefi- FUNERAL DmECTORI" ;'... ,

Massey. Mayo Jr., of Tampa, will regretto M. Norman, last week. during her long tenure of nite period but as long as It lasts My Maay Yean Experience Makes Possible for Me to Header : ';1 ,

arias Moore Is to remain in learn of the death of Mr. Wesley Lawless and Mr. and office-but none was more har- It brings more business, more EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SEBVICsl ,. ,

kpa several months with Mr. Mayo's father, C. Y.Mayo,'SP.; of Mr... J. H. Manning of Jacksonville rowing than that memorable night citement railroad officials to. and more! ex- MODERATE PRICEDDeWITT .;:: U

Mr* J. Bruce ,Boyer, her Oak Hill Ala., In an automobile were guests of Mrs Beulah In late January 1938, when the Hampton. C. JONES .,'M .
lie and aunt. accident in Panama City Thursday Howard Sunday.Mrs. Hampton postofflce burned to the (

1811 Jewel Carter spent severalIn of last week. F. M. Norman and Mrs. ground, along with $2 ,OOO worthof I Mission Hall Starke. FtarUbt : ': :I
Jacksonville last week Fonso Griff and C. B. Ben- other. business and I residential I ,.I ti,'
H. L. Norman and daughter, I And Tabernacle ;
Itlng nett were In Plant and property. For one week Mias
""Ith.her friends and rel- Gloria, were visiting Mr. and 61 1 ':1 1 1d'I
Wauchula on business March 3. I Nimmo carried, .on Uncle Sam's : JI
es....,,,., ,, __ .... ..... Mrs. Eugene Ellis of Worthington )
-rr "r.'-#" -"""-- rryir".syrj fry ae'r a., last business from A nook In a grocery "Transmutation , Springs, Tuesday. '
store across the'street, until new lion. : ,
The World's/ .Nevs Seen Through Mr. and Mrs. Russell Normanof quarters could be outfitted. subject of the Bible Study at the 4'gRmi'f'i .: f,
Vanderbilt were visitors to St. Citizens of Hampton will mls Mission Hall last Tuesday night. d'I\ ;::
r. :
Augustine last Saturday. Miss Nlmmo's friendly face after The Scripture was a portion of. ,.1,
International Daily Newspaper Eugene Ellis of Worthington being accustomed to Boeing her the 3rd chapter of 2 Corinthians, ,.: ,1 .,
i. Truthful-Coiulnictive-UnbiaK-d. -Fr.* from Seniational-- Springs was visiting Mr. and Mrs. In the po toffle8. for the past 30 with particular emphasis on the '
inn Editorial Are Timely, and InMructivc and lu Daily < F. M. Norman last Monday. years. However, they congratulate 18th verse This teaches that the Do Your Trading .
Feature, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter her upon being eligible for Gospel, the Bible and the Holy ; 'I IIi, !-

the Monitor.. _an_Ideal Newspaper.. __for_the_Home..____ -r 1._. Sandra of Jacksonville were retirement, and are glad to know Spirit have a transforming power. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are ,. ,h
The Christian Science Publishing Society spending a few days with Mr. that' she is enjoying a well-de This In .a progressive process, given with in trade I
One, Norway Street Boston, Maasachuaettt ) and Mrs. F. M. Norman last week. served rest. whereby Cod Is recreating in the away every $40 '!+!J ',!
certificates. !
Price $12.00 Yearly, or '1.00 a Month. Mrs. G. W Barber and sons, likeness of Jesus all who accept or
Saturday luue. Including Magazine Section f 2.60 a Year. 'I Bobbie and Jerry, of Jacksonville R. L. Sprowl, Superintendentof Him as their Saviour. The pro- Am KerieeniaxlSMITH'S : -
Offer C.nn.Name. car service for the Southern In GARAGE tnl'
Introductory 6 luue 21 returned home Sunday evening cesH will be completed when He ,
->..i.-.._ after spending the week-end with Railroad was here from Atlantaon appears to. receive us to Himself, You Choose STAIIKE ,FLORIDA
Mr. and Mr*. F. M. Norman.Mr. business this week and con- t
ddre&l.____________-___________________________________ and Mrs. Ellery Sapp and ferred with F. H. Wade who left and_we. shall Him; for we -If'7 i.1 ,'

SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST I family were visiting at Camp Wednesday for Washington, from )
I Blanding Sunday afternoon. which point he. will start a five- /'tl:,
month check oT-fcll Southern Rail- "
J road Agents between there and

New Orleans. This means about Two
900 innpectlonn. When In Hampton good mxersare ,
f Mr. Wade stays at the home
When home tasks tire of Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Horne.

Mr. and Mrs O. D. Gay had

3 as their guests the pnst week, better than Jj :
and Mr. Gay'S father, H. A, Gay of one
you pause Savannah, Gu., and the Mltimsn
Mildred and Wilma Gay and i
Anita Whitman. i. ",
75? Mrs. George Smith and two
children of Macon, Ga. are spend- you sit,watch- mart fuel and more il :

ing a few days here with Mr. Ting long road t power for any emer'f\ 'f;;; ,

Smith. They are guest of Mrs. f{ ;
ahead as it di ps and rises. gency purpose! I
Ethel! Jones. '

The Rev. James L. Sundlln, Under your feet there's t It's almost like having U
chaplain at Camp' BlaMing, and a quiet whispering to two engines-one to 44 {

I former Miss. Christ pastor i ot-Church'will{he+Clarksdale conduct -, let you know that all t handle normal requirements ; j*, '''I

services ''it the Hampton eight able Buick cylinders arc happily thriftily, another to, team up \ Jon !

I Christian Church Sunday eveningat the job.You're with the first for extra oomph and 't' I

7:30: o'clock. Everyone Is In. wallop when you want it.'I'r'.i.:I:) ;
I vlted to eltena.Friends .l. giving not a single thought to .f 1; .'

I of little Bruce Hall, what's happening under that long That kind of teamwork pays a lit: !

son of Mr, and Mrs. Freeman bonnet nosing out in front but here's ;t : :
I Hall, will regret to know that he And owners by the thousand will tell j ;
IH ill at his home. what's going on : l
ii seriously you lea more economical too-as much ,
1 _
; _
-_ Friend of O. L. Harrison of 10% to 15% economical. !'
Instead of the single compromise-size as more 11, ;
Wildwood, formerly of Hampton, : i
will regret to hear of the death carburetor you find on most cars this If you haven't experienced what it ,, .

of big father lust Thursday at his FIREBALL eight with CompoundCarburetionha feels like to have that under the ;
home In OPP. Ala. This news .
mixers f
good on
bonnet of automobile better ,
was given by R. L. Ferrell of your go
West Palm Beach who Is now in the job. have that Huick demonstration now.OCIMFIA :

Hampton on business with the '
Seaboard Railroad. A single one of them-ihc front one- 'f (

keeps you rolling smoothly, easily "I
quietly on the very minimum ration- .'
Dorman George Illruion, 10-
bww month-old. 'son! of Mr. and Mrs. ing of gasolinc."J" :

Bert Hln on, died at his home In I
Hampton late, Saturday followinga Hut 'the other carburetor is alert and p r'; I '

brief Ulnes ready for any sudden need.Just tramp "JI..,
Besides his parents he Is survived '
down on that accelerator pedal-it p :.i'
by one sister Peggie "
a brother, Bert. Jr.; two grand- goes into instant action, giving you* pM.nd.da.5IurkaueaaCIM71m. \;'rii'";

mothers, Mrs. G. W. Hlnson and

Mrs.. W M. Turner. I i It' ': :
Funeral services were held ao.aM.araa s.d I.rsD o.deI. '1'1' "
Monday afternoon at the Methodist ? II..I a su1M an .M a all IowafraCw..okLL 4t'; ,

Church In Hampton, with the 11rl!

i s R v. B. M. Montgomery of Jack ; t :

sonville In charge. Pallbearerswere t, ,tt .
: W. A. Saxon, L. A. Johns, _,_ruaa a a ; 1
Jr. Randall Boyd and Wallace _
Collins. Interment was in Hope
Coca-Cola makes you feel refreshed. Its Cemetery at TheresHa Key-Mc-
Cabe were lij charge of arrange- I AT
delicious taste Is exhilarating and always delivered Flint,

ments.CAR OF THANKSWe 'AIM,Statt tax,optional,
of refresh J.9t
after-sense complete
leaves an '
wish ,to thank the many tquipnuntatulacciiimtttxtra.
-I_ _F friends and neighbors who were .Prifii mi/tel t. ;

1 p / / / ment. So when you pause throughout the so kind and helpful during the *Of CfNMM MOTCWS VAlUt rbaegewrih.etseeuse f ofthe RusliMsf Covp*, {' r ,
sickness and death of our baby.
j day, make it ffce pause thai refrwn with We also wish to thank all for the l.!
M beautiful flowers.
ice-cold Coca-Cola. 'Mr and Mrs. Bert Hlnson andfamily. REGISTER MOTOR COMPANYCorner i

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Madison and Walnut Streets Starke, Florida''
left Wednesday
M. W. Morrow
BOTTUD UNDER AUTHORITY Of Trig COCAX tA COMPANY BY morning for several day. visit i


STARKE C. Morrow, at Fort Pierce. .

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!x \ : them power during the day when I L. L. Youngblood Tampa&; also five sinters, Mrs. Bill Edwards skidded on the frosted pavement. Recent Births
Starke and REAJoin we are using only ICO of our 400 Shellie Moorer Mrs. Lottie Mc-. Bill was driving towards Starke,
-t Forces kUlowatt capacity," s aid Mr. Buried Last Week Qllvery" Mrs B. C. Powell, Mrs. Hurt In' Wreck while Maurice was sitting beside Mr.. and Mrs. Rosiest,
\ at E), K. ,. Mrs him 'asleep. The driver evidently Starke,
Johns, "and they can help UI Powell; of Waml and March 2,
,f. It. )!l. A. linen are now complete I' bight when we get over-bur"! Lbnnle L. Youngblood, 04-year- E. S. Sibley ofTheressa.. BUI'' (LltU."iirtch: ) Edwards, is applied breaks to avoid -hitting I Mr. and Mrs. gIrl
!, tor bringing power Into dened." old resident o f Theresa, died Funeral 'services' wire held in 'the Army Hospital at Camp a passenger car that attemptedto elisa, March 3, girL Calvin Raa,

Stark "We are buildingour The Starlte plant ,l III now running February 23 In the Veterans' Tuesday afternoon, February 23, Blandlng as the result of'an' accident ters.pass The a truck automobile In too turned close quar- Mr. and Mrs ,
# lines from the 'city limits to the its three generators continuously at Lake after which occurred on Road 13 over
Hospital City a long at 2 o'clock with Freddie Dodd four or five times.Prohibition Lawtey, F r b. 28.1
sub-station," said Berry F. Johns, has morning, yMr
and even then scarcely about 2 o'clock Sunday Blain
of ill health aa the result
period In '
officiating. Interment a 8
Superintendent of the Light Plant. enough power. In case of storm three miles north of Starke. .
They Will be ready by March 15. and the R. E. A. lines are out of of injuries World War.during service Hope Cemetery with DeWitt C. Maurice Edwards his brother who SpeakerEdward Lawtey and Mrs. R ?.
In the March
k} "We' Will continue -to run our communion, the local plant will tanas In charge: of'arrangements. was with him at the time,, w sonly 4, girl
; plant, >hours a day," he1! stated. The son of the late Mr and E. Blake, national Correction from last ,
i come to its assistance, Mr. Johns Pall bearets were Cleveland Sullivan. slightly Injured. and Mrs. !
Mrs. Cornelius Youngblood the chairman'of the Prohibition Edwin ,
Party pn
The two planta--the R. E. A. deceased waa born July 26 1887in Indiana ? girl "
and John T. Flnneir state
plahi located at Keystone Heights Swainsboro,. Ga., and came to W. S. Sibley Lewis Neal. and W. and he also, received a deep, gashin leah!" .
'i t and' the municipally-owned plantat BaptistThe parents'when W. Packoam. the back of his head, lacera chairman, will be In Starke Tuesday
with his
Florida a
StArke-will be. tied. ,together I chin and forehead, and night, March 11. and will
tions on
small-boy. They- etlled In Brad Mr.. Youngblood was a member Singing
G Mr, Joans *Bald by ,a "mutual Klngsley Lake MisulonaryUaptlst an. Injured. ankle., Reports from speak at the Tabernacle. Convention
ford County where Mr. Young- of the Christian Church and took!
1 agreement. They will help Church',will hold its regular Indicate 'Mrs. Jennie Prohibition
Thornqu t-
+, 'power blood had made his home ever an active part In church affairsas the Blanding hospital the Bradford< Count
each other when in 13**) gets into difficulties the other 9. at. 11 A. M., with the Rev. H. Ince. long as' his health permitted.For invites meet Will
I County to Graham
everyone !
.... provement.
'! He La survived by him! widow, ---- Baptist'Chureh l
will'' hblp out. "We ''can furnish M. Tillman delivering the sermon and Although details of the accident "be present and hear an interesting day March 9, ?
.. 1 Mrs. Ida Youn blood; three sons, sate Adding -Machine according ]
Milton, Warren, and Eugene, and Typewriter Ribbons at Telegrapb 'are meagre, it is believed discussion. a very important -. tice issued by 'T. N. *
CLASSIFIED ADS .one daughter, Evelyn, all of of floe. that the automobile must ,have subject. The ,public is invited to i
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1 BRANDING OFFICERS Now booking orders for deliv-

qo Two new, comfortable, fur- ery any time after March 12. '
nlMhed coUug.w' avaU- Order direct from adv., or will
rl ablo.on beautiful SO-acre lakefront book for jl per 100, balance to
' Y 33 miles "MMith of Camp reach ua 10 days before ship. Boxing Wrestling
UhxiifllnKKxcrtlent: swimming meat All leading breeds AA
and f I H h I n I K, Free boats. Grade as English White Leghorns

',Strictly private. Inspection In- Brown Leghorns, R. I. W1:14: __m _
? .vital. Lazy II Kanrh., See olffn; Reds, New Hampshire Reds, ., ,,;.,. %. v .
on highway five miles south of White and burred Plymouth I L
Qrandln on InlrlarJh. road.- Rocks. White and black Min I
Write Lazy II, Box 431, Starke, "
orcas White Wynandottes, $10 .
g, nt .,a. per 100. Send for complete EVERY
1 price list.-Scmlnole Hatcheries, EVERY ,
FOR RENT-Lovely tile 9roomhome'
Ft. Myers, Fla.
t t' 4 bedrooms: 2 bathe up-
'Main, all' beautifully furnlnhad.Furnace .

then electrically and sun equipped.heater. Kit-Located CONSTRUCTIONALL Friday

In Ocala, Fla. For In- TYPKS.: NEW STRUCTURES Monday t.r 1 '
Kpection write I Mrs.1' Gladys OK REPAIRS +
tfelfpe'ri. Box, 652, Starke Fla. Plans, Estimates and Architectural -
'2.28 2tp Service Free


'St Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles eastof- General Contractor ,
Waldo. Electric lights, run GalneAvlIIft, Florida x y
ning water. Inquire Lewis AUSPICES
Jewelry Co., Gainesville-:, 736 ":. Depot Phone 1001

BABY CHICKS..* 2.85 hundredup. .
T'rEWRITERS-New' 'Reming ." Heavy mixed ".85. Reds AMERICAN LEGION
ton portables,, $5 down, IS a and Rocks $8.20. C. O. D.- '
Undefeated World's
month. Prices start at S2g., NICHOLS HATCHERIES,
-.Bradford County Telegraph, Kingston, Ga. 3-7 2t 8:30: P. M. *<
i Starke. ,.-Fin tf Middleweight POST NO. 56
WANTKD: KurnlHhert apartmentfor .
SNAPSHOTS ENLARGED: to size light housekeeping. Address Champion .
5x7 inch for 35c while you A-l, Box 431", 'Starke,
w Jt.' GlauH folders 5x7 and Fla. it .. t
8x10: ltich for mile also.-....Petite ,
1kit Photo Studio, 110 Call I, St.. d'1ltAYED -One sorrel horse .
i mule. Notify J. T, Andrews,
Lake Butler; E. J. Dowling, or ATHLETIC ARENA Starke Florida
WAN'l'JJJ: : 3 SALKHMEN: ': : at McCord Livestock Co., Starke.
Once, 55' to GO yrs. old. Good 1 Reward. lip ,
cashearning dally, See Mr.
Andrews :>25: lU WARD and no questions '
Saturday afternoon.atHalle's
asked for return of-IIOlid black
Tourist .
Camp Sjtarke..Up
Cocker Spaniel 'dog. Clarence General
WatkIns, 511 North 3rd St., 2000 Admission Seats 40c
FOR BALE-Filling station gro- Phone 391, Palatka, Fla., lip
'cary store, and market. If interested .
FOR RENT-F'Urnillhed in
Casque, Lawtey see owner., Fla. Johnnie lips private home. Double bed with .
beautyrest mattress. Meals If J 500 Ringside Seats 75c
FOR SALE-$30.93 used 0.- E. desired. White bungalow on
table model ratio 110 volta, street back of Armory, Starke.
$10 cash.-110 Call St. Itp Available Sunday. Itp .

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Thursday & Friday March 13 & 14 f.\:\. ?' This coupon and, 25c (plus

Richard Dix: and Kent Taylor. In The outstanding wrestlers t! < ct federal tax) will admit
"MEN AGAINST THE SKY" ''f.-.L.t,., : > bearer to ringside seat.Opening .

CARTOON NEWS now appearing in Americafor f' '., 't' '::i ...." ry, night, Friday,

; "\ *.t March
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season. -;
Saturday March 15 "' '' J...'":Ii ticket office at Athletic

Tex Ritter, In I"J-.t Arena).

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