Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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March 14, 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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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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The Home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven, ..: r ;


The Babe Meets The MayorBabe City In Line For Big New I In. Community Center t ,1 ,

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Starke Selected As One of Two .. :

Outlook Towns In : "
Blanding Bright Fortunate
Bad '
Just Too !I' \ ,
United States i'
In Case of Fire- v'

a Construction For $200,000School A huge now community center--one. ofr .two proposed : '
A In the
shocking .1 I 'f.
to be built by the government In the entire c country seemed ;{ i
M +' ntunlwr of fire extinguishers In met 'I 'j i .
I the business district of Starke a certainty for Starke this week as governmntofficials J
bin pyr4 Nears EndCost WAIl dlaelueed by an Innpei-tlon, ProjectNational Tuesday with city officials and preliminary details of the '

conduct thin work by Fire project were ironed out.
$27,740,000; Chief Van II. Cantata' Board W. M. Edwards chairman of the council, could not be

Labor Rank Cut Although the survey I 1M still Of Education reached for a statement, but S. E. Sparks councilman, said

Incomplete Mr. (:arden found that the city allocated four lots, neat the Armory as a ; .
To Total of 5,000 that among the bu lnrM_ In. Endorsement site for the proposed building. The government will bear

Hi '<>tofl forts far only about Enlargement of the school plant all expense of construction,
Although Camp Blanding, con- In with said the city being
one seven are equipped it was ,
struction Is still not entirely complete extinguisher*., In the 55 pbiewi here by $200,000 In new con- Y asked only to furnish the ; ,

I Starrett Bros. it: Eken Inc.. of huslneiiH surveyed through, struction seems to be a possibility Army BudgetTo site. '

the contractors are scheduled' to Uedimwlay afternoon! only 14 In view of endorsement by the Miss Nellie Hart who vary? ''k

pull stakes Saturday ,In' accord- lire extinguisher were! found, United States Department of rived here this week in conS yt '

ance with orders issued by Wash- Mr. Canlen reported."Bualansr Education. Run $20,000Starke nection with the new W.. P. ;
will be finished
ington and the Job
mm! will find they "For several months. I have A. Recreational project' already.

( the constructing quay must remedy, thlit situation or been In constant touch'with de- FortunateIn In operation, In the Legion horn.

else pay hlgtivr i Insurance Being Picked stated that the now community ,
,Y ,C r The fatal blue slips (discharge rates<< ," the fire chief atl"ellie partment officials" said Congressman canter will, be "larger' than the !

notices) are raining down at Maid that be hale taken a Dumber I Lex Green recently, "streps- For'IleadquartersImportance Armory," will be a brick etnic- i'' t

Ruth, greatest baseball swat king In history Is greeted by Blanding In ever-Increasing torrents of order for extlngul he.... Ing the Immediate need for reliefof to, Starke of the ture, and will become city prop

ttyor N. D. Wainwright Jr., at the City Hall shortly before the and only around 5,000 laborers on his round this week, and the acute situation confronted establishment of an Army Y. M. erty "after the present emergencyhas

landing Day game at the airport Sunday,afternoon. In the back- are sun engaged In con- see Is offering to obtain them by the citizens of Starke due to C. A. hers wan discussed this passed

ound two admirers Steve Weldon and Kap Duncan, grin approv- struction work. The Job Is approximately fee ntrrabiMtts a wholesale the influx brought about by Camp week by H. V, Knight who was Nathan Malllson, representing, '

Kgly. A small crowd of BOO (blamed on the cold weather) saw a .95 percent complete. price. Blond Ing." elected chairman of the newly- Paul V, MeNutt Coordinator of
Urn from Ray Doan's All-American Baseball School 'at Palatka Originally planned as a $10- Recently Dr W. E. Middleton, appointed Board of Managers at Health, Welfare, and Related Defense i' !

led a club of Corps Area Service Command soldiers from Camp''I 000.000 project, the total cost of New Head of FSA County Superintendent of Public a meeting In the Woman' Club Activities. was In Starke ki j 4

landing by a score of 71. Babe Ruth coached the Palatka team. Blanding (under the present set- Instruction, backed by the Boardof building Tuesday night. Tuesday conferring with city officiate -

up) will be 2774000000. ThereIs Now on,Job Education, recommended the "The Y. M. O. A. has set up a relative to the project. It ;

a possibility, however, that this erection of a new school building budget culling for expendituresof In likely the center will Include J ',

Recreational figure might be slightly Increased H C. Henderson' County Rural Having the 'endorsement of Congressman -' from $15.000 to $20,000 an- an adequate, library a. well a. .
L P. A. Project t before the Job Is finally complete. Rehabilitation Supervisor of the Green and Senator' nually for the work In Starke," other recreational facilities. ,

Farm Security Administration, Claude Pepper and Chas. O. Andrews Mr. Knight stated, "and we are Mies. Hart stated that Starke

Weather Causes left Thursday for Tampa to enter the U. S. Department of extremely fortunate In getting theY and one other ,small community, 'fir"'

ready( Monday In Legion Home private employment. Clifford L. Education recommended the build- here since Gainesville, Jacksonville probably In 'Alabama, have been' it

Seed 'Losses"Mucb Walker, of Brooksvllle officiallytook Ing. and other nearby towns designated as localities for those,

:Mr. Henderson's duties all for It," of
over were bidding projects because' Inadequate b
,of Storke's many- time, having charge: of girls' activities seed has been thrown Tuesday, ,S. E. Sparky;. Chairman -
On phase held 'the dIn ,
yesterday. Mr. Walker New furniture la' being plu I led designed by varlhig I In Brentwood Park. Miss away" said O. W. Andrews of of the County Board of Education -
program same! position In Iternnndo.'l'asco the Woman's, Club building'
Interests to meet adequatelye I Helen McGrath of Jacksonville New River, visiting Starke Sat- and Citrus counties that he now sent the following telegram (leased by the Y, M. C. A, as Negro Teachers ; 1''
has had charge of girl's activities afternoon, "because farm- signed by twenty of theleading
need for Increased recrea- urday
holds In Clay, Bradford and headquarters for a period of 10
Lackawanna Park. Miss Mc- the have public-spirited citizens of Get Raise In Pay l 3

r.nsclous. town, gets under Way Grath specializes in marionette planted seed that will never come Mr:. Walker's special work Is Starke: and plans for enlargement of the Colored leathers of, Bradford

onday when the W, ,P. A.'s an- shows, and has traveled all over up." Mr Andrews himself planted to assist the "low income" farm- "Congressman Lex Green, Senator building are going forward. County will ratelv*"a small raise
be the Stats for the Board of Health 10 of beans, corn and Chas.O.. Andrews, Senator
will acres
er to the plea "open era he say., Not only In the Financial support Of the ArmyY I for the achool' year', 1941-2. i'
American with a marionette troupe Miss black-eyed beginning three Claude Pepper, Washington, D. r
business" In peas
''rr. the way of loans-which are given asa here will come from the National i A-delegation,,ef negro' teachers
glon home en West:Call'St._ Bonnie Parrish of Jacksonville I is weeka ago;'but up to"this time last reiortflf. the. people ,are Cu We note with pleasure the Council Of the Y.. M. C. 'A, presented' iresolution'to t ,, the' '
Games;, imty\pf &.n1 .''outdoor, the District../SupervlBoc, of Recreation none of'It .-coma up, be'said andean? unable to secure I recommendation' of the If,'S.. Department ''Publlt Instruction
? worthy from ,,funds,,raised, In, Btales front, 'MBB! Helen Dekle o( because of so much cold weather of Education relative to *
ill be conducted under .upervt'ou. such asMitance elsewhere; but his which troops come to Camp Blan- ladill' II. In. which ,
of a staff' of seven special- Jacksonville -\a\ a "craft" worker "But I'm going, to. plant again an addition to our local school ,
work Is to farm-
special help the ding It will be lined as headquarter they: stated ,that' because ,of, the $9Increased
Its hv recreation according to a -.--"she ,can make anything with Monday," he said Mr. Andrews era write out a "farm plan" for which t..* dreadfully overcrowded.We for vliltora of the men 'expense In"*k plng ,up
hands'said Miss Hart. Her has 100 under cultivation,, of the fact that .
utement b/ Miss Nellie Hart, her acres the year are proud youfavol" In training. ; with the. modern' trend 'In 'education .. 1
much.needed work Is free to civilians as well but "I can't this recommendation, and t
Including pasture;
hmnccted' with the Walker from '
Mr. graduated
was Members of the Board of Managers they would Ilk for every
|ro]jcel. as soldiers. get any help," he said, "becauseI the University of Florida with the sincerely hope that you will lend are: Mr. Knight, chairman; I negro teacher In Bradford i

Writing facilities; books, mag- Walter Walsh, a graduate of can't pay Camp Blanding Bachelor of Science in 'Agriculture every effort to put this act A. J. Thomas, vice-chairman; Re" County to have a raise In salary

;'ines! papers ping pong and the London College 0 f Music, wages." degree. His family will re- through Congress, so that con- Chas. A. Allen, Treasurer; Robert I This met with the hearty' approval ;

ther games will be offered Injiiors London, England, a former organist R. A. Newsome has a few main at Brooksville until the struction may be started and B. Wear, Secretary; E. L. Wit- of the board members

> while outside, 'on a- play of the Florida Theatre of strawberries "but they're sorry," school term there In closed. rushed to completion so that the Hums, E. L. Matthews, D. C "We will remember that request

round adjoining the L a g I Ion Jacksonville, Is a pianist and he said. He has also planted a building will be ready by Sept Jones, N, Sternberg, Col. O. C. when we make up our budget for ,

]me (donned by Congressman R. teacher of piano. Douglas Morel, few beans "for eating purposes," Wrestling Matches 1, 1041. We are back of you I McNeese, and Capt. H. A, MeKenzle. the year," said S, K. Spark, j

Green) volley ball, ,diamond of Jacksonville teaches ballet, but they have not come up yet 100 percent"Parking chairman. k

III and' shuffleboard. courts will tap dancing ,and fencing. because of the cold weather.Mr. Start Tonight r
enjoyed. While the project Is designed Newsom has 30 acres under Meter '

Seven personable young recrea- primarily to take care of recreational cultivation right at the State The new sports arena being Much Accomplished In 5 Years I ;

'onnl) specialists are already InI1 needs of Camp Blandingmen Farmers' Market, and can "tote" constructed on the B. H. S. foot- Storm SubsidesAfter q .

l ark e getting everything InI Its ultimate goal Is to be of his products to market and "tote" ball field will be completed to il1

fadiness for the big day Mon- I service to both soldiers and clvl- them back, he said, "If the price the lost detail In time for the creating a sensation, the
By County Agricultural Agent
,IY, i I lians. la I not right. wrestling matches here tonight like of which had not been seen : :

Jack Nutall, formerly of Or- In a short while a talent hunt (Friday). Carpenters, painters, here since the day of runaway ,, ',
kido, will supervise the work: will be conducted to discover Shell Place and electricians ,are now puttingon horses, activity on the parking After five crowded years In the. \l'I'p!
meter front was definitely experiencing -
l>re, and will be assisted by six, those In the community who have the finishing touches. local scene, County Agent T, K. ,
week. "
lull this
fliers, each a specialist In his talents In the vocal, instrumental, Changes HandsMrs. George Romanoff, undefeated, a McClane, Jr., left his office In \'t1J' :
T, her field. or dramatic line.Equipment retired, middleweight champion of No one seemed to be quite sure the courthouno here Wednesdayto .

Miss Hart has been connected to the extent of : Pauline L.' Howard, of the world, who Is acting as matchmaker whether the meters or the one- enter upon a year of service : ;

''h' the Jacksonville DepartmentPublic $500'will be installed' this week New London, Conn., has bought has promised an excellent hour parking spaces were being as a let Lieutenant In the Field. If ti'
Miss Hart stated. out Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Cook, card for the opening show tonight enforced! or not. City MarshalW. La.
Recreation for some- Artillery at Camp Livingston,
who have operated the Shell Sta- March 14th. E. Thornton stated: "We are of
The appointment a successor
tion (Kozy Korner) on Road 13 The main bout will be best two not enforcing the restrictions ,
to fill the office here during hla )
Like It Fine for the past few weeks. The deal out of three falls, between Lee right now. We are giving every absence has not yet been announced
flew England Boys mated Feb. 28th, time to find out about the
was con n u m Henning, "the Iowa Butcher Boy," body and Lt. McClane hope ,
and the new owner took over the meters and get accustomed to
228 Ibs. vs Bob Roberts of Montreal to return to Bradford County on

Blow LineThe business last week. Canada, "the man with one-hour parking-then we are March 12, 1042 and, take up his
The Mason-Dixon "
Associated with Mrs. Howard 1,000 holds" 240 Ibs. going to enforce It. Job where he left off Wednesday

Is C. W. Zuckweller, also of New A special match has been arranged Thornton reported that $14.50 Some Idea of the magnitude of lI

ruddy-cheeked fast-talking boys from New Engnd London, a chef with five years' for Jack Sherry, un- was found In the 43 meters that the work carried on by the county

like experience In restaurant cooking."I crowned heavyweight champion of were removed lost week after a agent In a thriving agricultural:
BJ} .
Camp TidiTig .
Far from : in the ,traditional manner of soldiers, kept reading about Camp Blan-" the world. Sherry has pouted $:V two-day trial. Forty-one metersare community may be gained from i I, i
griping amazed at the sand and ding in the New England papers 00000 with the New York Boxing still standing.One figures showing that during the 1
delighted with the sun said Mrs. Howard. Then she Commission to wrestle any man councilman described the past five year Mr McClane has .

alter to try the,waters of Kingsley Lake. Nor- visited Jacksonville and Miami, In the world His opponent will lull this week after the storm by administered cholera and swine t. ;

In the words of one enthusiastic sergeant from she said, and made one or two be Man Mountain Bemeut, The saying that "everything Is lovely." plague serum to 06,48(4( hogs, has '
lch, Conn.: "It's the most beautiful camp I've ever- seen, visits to Starke. She got In touch weights will be at 228 and SCO One formerly disgruntled citizen traveled 72,200 mUM on the Job, ofj- t;:

nd I've been in six!" with F. C. HolilngBworth. real respectively.The described the situation as "FineIf has made 4,360 farm and home I

More than 2,500 men from the 43rd Division are alady estate man and the deal was preliminaries will bring to- -- we can't get rid of them entirely visits, has received 23,800: office ;:"

: in Camp with the main body of troops due to arrive closed: gether wrestlers who are' well ." (calls baa written 15.<120 Individual Lt. T. K., McClane 11", .". I

'er the week-end. By Mon. The entire place ,will be ren- known to fans In this part of the letters, has issued 211 circular : \

12,000 officers and menom Western Union ovated, Mrs. Howard says, and country. Road Patrol ActiveThe letters ((70.000 pieces), and has each year. He coached the atate j
fiy : she will cater to the better classof Monday night's professional distributed 1,450 Informational champion 4-11, cattle-Judging team st! "
Connecticut Rhode Is- Shares In Growth people boxing card has been arrangedby Florida Highway patrol'snew bulletins. .' In 1939, and a member of this 1 I)!
|nd i, Maine, and ''Vermont r Jim Murtlock, the well known Substation No. 1 U In frontof An Inspection of record alno team was 'high, score Judge In I '
I'll : Business of the Western Union Jackionvllle fight promoter. Cate C at Camp Blanding. It 1938 and 939. e
,call Camp Blanding Sewell's Mother Dies reveal that during this periodthe 0,
Telegraph Co., U not lagging behind Two thousand general admission I. four weeks old. and has farm agent aided growers In In addition'to these accompllshmenta : 3

r me.Lt. i. others In Starke. Its volume Mrs. W. P. Sewell, mother of eau at 40 cents and 1,000 ringside charge of both Bradford and Clay the collection of $SII,()()() as conservation the routine duties of '

| Col. Harry II. Maynard, percent In the W. B* Sftwell of the Florida seats a t. 75 cents will lie counties.. Four men, each with a and benefit payments, the agentj.have Included assisting if'

I00"* the first of the New Eng- has Increased 2,000 Bank at Starke, 'died Tuesday available. car, are stationed there: Sergeant exciuafv of the year 1941. He farmers with sick livestock the (.:: r,
1, according
l"3 "fleers to arrive at Camp, Starke office since October night at the home of a daughterIn Readers of 'this'paper may save Held C fton, A, M. Stephens, instigated, received and super- selection of reel, culling and! vaccinating ,"
to R. ("Bob") Casper, Cm. Funeral services Anderson, and O. L. Jlei poultry tobacco
Rlchland. this Item Chris
|JW Wednesday: "We're going toe 60 cents by presenting vised the distribution of 125.000 ferUUa'h"'h"'h"atlnn
it here. The de- local manager. were held Wednesday afternoon at tie box office and receiving al i Arthur, two day men and twonl&ht pounds of mote cricket bait, given tobacco seed bed

hted men are The office here, according to at her home in Temple, ringside seat for 25 cents. men. Last Saturday night free of charge to farmers Including Blue Mold, ,f,
with the warm sunshine! Ca. Mr. Sewell left Wednesday II. executive' they arrested five drunken driv grading Sea Island cotton. Insect
general CoL R. Kelley
out of the Mr. McClane also greatly assisted .
-Medially since In reports coming "Our telephone number Is 13, control nutritional trouble In J1 "
they left borne for Temple.Mr officer of Camp Blanding, will ers. of and improvements '
In In establishment
offices !
Inches offices, leads all other ** switchboard Camp HI an- animals and Crops, disease control ) [k f '
of mow. of course, Boyd Hayes of Fairmont send one of the bands of the Army to the Bradford
Ie the United States for pro rat the of Mr and Division to furnish music. dIng. Call us If you need us" land for pasture, varieties II. I'',{ '
J nights have been a little cool during this period.was This N. C.. Is guest Dixie said Sergeant Clifton. County State Farmers' Market, ui grasses. pecan disease and insects !II,! '
H' they growth Mra. E. W. Hayes. and has served continuously on p
haven't been Issued their office In October; and cover crops. > 't \
a one-man Lt. T. T. Long will return Fri- More Teachers the advisory committee. He spent
bley stoves but this.eaQ't seven operators In addition to hla regular' duties
yet even there are Selectees
now three month's officers / More much time, and effort assisting "
slight lull durIng day from a money Agent McCIane took a n active "YI'par
been a
cool additional teachers -
their enthusiasm. There has The following
at Ft. Denning; and advising farmers to
Casper training course from Bradford t In civic affair He- .if
I few days Mr. Four more selectees arranged
Major elected County
the by
General Mortis B. Payne, but last Saturday so far Co. .. ... were Instruction last I County will report at the secure rural electrification to the 'a radio broadcast from t
f' stated; Board of baa 75
'lUmandlnc officer of the 43rd was U..a best day Armory here this. morning for Induction end that this county now Starke over a state-wide hookupon
as he week for the term :
lines with
of rural
lived at Blending Wednesday In the history of the local office. Army Store Manager Bradford High School: Mrs. Into service a t Camp mile power home the Farm Hour dedicated to-
200 farm receiving
| senior officer Mr. Casper Mills is the hew manager Ernestine McRae and Mrs. current. member3'n
berries lie I is
the three yea"HU examinations. They are: a charter;
I physical
Camp for the past
Thursday morning of Ben Suslow's Army Storeon Searing. The agent successfully of the Club
children will re- Ar- Aubrey O. Hazen Egbert VivianBrou&hton county Rotary of Starke and
8 and :
two Elementary
f o'clock and received an oft wife until be can make Call St. He Is Mr.. Sualow'snephew' Rising Miss James Frank McK I- organized 4-II Club at Btarko, was serving as president for fi
main there thur K eRa e, principal;
welcome from Major Gen- satisfactory arrangements to "Ole look Barge"after Siurtow business Beverly Cady and Mr. ,, Cleo vey. and Benjamin David Highsmith. Brookar Lawtey, and Hampton, 1040-41 at the .Urns of his reslg.. '
l John Thursday to with of 75 enrolees nation
| a Person Starke. He came an average
commander bring them to Interests In Little Rock Ark. Andrew t
I the 3Ut Division. her about January 1,


MAR 1 14 1941 .

1 P AClt TWO it Ik

Court lie later became a major general in SUNNY BROOK FARM\ RISING Mr. and Mrs A. L. Jackson of Mrs Mra. Tom Slmpton'8 Parents II"?'
Jacksonville and also visited Al- ,
Bradford County Telegraph' 1 Sir.. II. H. Lewis recently.
the regular army. By MlM Anula Crosby len Hall in St. Luke's HospitalMr. Mr. and Mrs. R lrs

' Established 1817 The State of Florida is distinguishedby Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. Hai bop: Friends of Miss Ruth Lewis will and Mrs. E. C. Lewla and visited Mrs E d d Sulu,

Fridays and Entered an Sec- being able to claim Jackson as its first and eon. yred. !Mr. and Mrs' W. be glad to know that she was children .and Mrs. Bert Shaw andchildren Themisa Sunday afternoon,
I .
; r.Dlished Weekly fm able to leave the hospital' Wed= visited Ma: and Mrs.
i ..d Class Matter at the ro t Office at Starfce. Fla.MISPRESS territorial governor. lIe was appointed in C. Ward and Myrtle Dobbs of nesday. She is spending a while Russell Carter and Miss Ruth u Le..a AoIcI
the State Farm were visiting relatives ,
y ,-- ,. -- 1821, soon after the state was purchasedfrom In Jacksonville Sunday. with her brother-in-law and sister Lewis of Hellbronn Sunday. FREE! youpetnsof

t ME.M.BER.r Spain in 1819. Later this: dynamicman Mr. and Mrs. M. Tindall spent I I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carterof George Cone and Ruby Crosby Ulcers, IDdI
Hellbronn Springs. made a business trip to Jackson- Bloating a,Heartburn
n AssociAnoNNUBSCKHTION was elected to the Senate from Tennessee Sunday afternoon In Gainesville. .gl
__ I Mr. and Mrs. II. IL Lewis Mr. ville Monday.Mr. 'iauasa,ed.a Ire.aan-apl.
j: and made an unsuccessful try for, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and I and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and little and Mrs. Therlow Elmpton and a hem Interesting! of
d n :Mtsoatd ?lotldail the Presidency. Never willing to bow to I baby Elol e, and Mrs Inez Kelly son, Wayne, spent Sunday with and children of Ft. Myers visited CARPENTER'S DRt'G
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom 8Tct!
defeat, however, he tried again and was
KATKYearly. : Graves of Sampson Sunday after- i

Months, si.oo-Payable In elected to the White House twice by large i You "
Six I Facts That
11.'i5; noon.Albert Govern AN 34
i'' \dvalM't' Advertising Ratf' on ApplicationGo majorities. Always a military man at heart,I and Seeber Moody, !! : /?&*"
Everet Renf and Henry Turnerof
his actions as president were more those, ofa
New River were visiting here
Easy On War"'Talk general than of a statesman. Accustomedto Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

Around Impressionable Children command, he practically ignored his cab and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof

and surprisingly ;inet and consulted a small group of friends Jacksonville spent the week-
Many nurse maids, a end with Mr. Crosby's parents,
which became known as the "kitchen cab- II
'y large number of unthinking mothers, Mr. and Mr C. C. Crosby it..1

order to have their children obey them and inet. Mr. and Mr Enoch Kelly and .1I I fcir +

not,do this, that or, the other thing, often During Jackson's first year as presidentmore children of Water Oak were visiting 1, 1 1i

"The goblins will get you if you do than 2,000 people :were removed from Mrs. Inez Kelly Friday..
say, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Kelly of
if office to make room for personal friends,
will eat
bear you II
$ l that; "A big grisly Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
out there"; "It's dark outside"; or consequently he is credited, or blamed with Kelly's mother, Mrs, Deulah Kelly, .

''th you"The go old bad man will get you." In this establishing the "spoils system" in politics. Saturday. i

frighten their children into temporary Jackson fs one of the few Pfesidents who Mrs. .. R. Kelly and children.

way they obedience when they left office more popular than when he en Kathryn and Robert Lloyd were i
half-hearted visiting Mra. Kelly's parents, :Mr,
tered. When he to the White Househe
should act from day to day as to command came and Mrs. A. L: Drlggers of Lake

the love and respect of the children so that had no political opinions-only some pop- Butler, recently.

tl' them to obey. ular notions. lIe left the Democratic party Mrs. Arle Brown Is spending'few ,a
could persuade
,, they strong, perfectly organized and enthusiastic, days with relatives in Plant I
would not be so
This! common practice with a platform of low expenditure, paymentof City. 4tItjffl
bad, were it not for the harmful effect Ira Ilrannlng will return to his
the debt, no expenditure for "show" or
have on the future home in Marianna. He has been
those things frequently display in any form, and low taxes. His employed at Camp Blanding for
concerned. In after life, when A fe"VVeeds
' lives of those
personality and name became a power on some time.
they become grown men and women, they the side opposed to corporations and other Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Box and
from fears and phobias of baby, Joan, of Starke visit-
often suffer were
forms of the new growing of capital. in
3 every kind. They are afraid of the dark Jackson was a typical power man of his gen Thursday Ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby ,<* grow every gardenAmong

the light burning all night
and even leave eration. Ruthless and rugged, as he might

while they sleep. They are afraid to stayin well be called, he left an indelible mark on: TIIERESSA the thousands of decent lawbeer and our right to make it.

a room or in a house alone. Thunderand the Democratic Party that increases in intensity By Mrs. A. L. Sullivan abiding beer retail establishments in We want them cleaned up because

? lightning scare them. They are afraid rather than diminishing as the years i Mrs. J. E. Owsley has returnedto America there may be a few disreputable they endanger the 18,294 jobs and

of the most docile domestic animals. Theyare i Valdosta Ga., after a visit of "joints."
by $15,757,151 payroll created by beer in
go .
.... ......
They are frightened several week with' herslater,
afraid of high places.
While h is the brewers' responsibility Florida since re-legalization. Beer
to death lest they should lose their jobs. Miss Ida Hagan. brew beer and the recontributed last
'Workers Advised To Save Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wynn of to good $1,735,893.93 year in
The thought'' of impending old age with its During Defense Boom Hampton visited Mrs. Josephine tailers' responsibility to sell beer under taxes in this state.

insecurity, and of sickness and death, is Sullivan Sunday afternoon. wholesome condit o snevertheless the
While the Government may be able to I These benefits are worth preserving.
sufficient to render them helpless for Miss Patsy Edmondson of Live '
,cause control, to a certain extent, the natural in- Oak spent the week-end here with brewing industry is concerned about You can help us, if you will!} ,by((1)) patronizing .
weeks at a time. They live in crease of prices that will result from defense her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter these undesirable places and wants only the reputable,legal places

y, dread all the time lest some terrible calamity spending most experts agree that the United Edmondson. them cleaned up. that sell beer and by ((2)) reporting any
befall them their loved Mr. and Mrs. J.
or catastrophe or States is in for a period of inflation. The and children Sylvia and A. Glen Milliken, of We want them cleaned up because law violations to the duly constituted

, ones. time will probably come when goods needed Ocala visited Mrs. Milliken's par- II they endanger your right to enjoy good law enforcement authorities.

A psychiatrist in Richmond, Va., was for defense will become almost prohibitivein ents, Mr and( Mrs. A. L. Sullivan

recently quoted in the papers as saying that Sunday.Mrs. gAF
price, and other price levels will show ,a tED
an increasing number of children, fright-' corresponding increase. : Lawtey O. J.and Phillips Miss Debbie and childrenof Phil- BEER..a beverage ofmoderatiort' / pIz

ened by war, are being,given treatment for Hearing this in mind, the suggestionwas lips of Maxwell visited D. J. L

anxiety neuroses at the city clinic. "The American Phillips and family Sunday. 0
recently made that workers '!
affected," said i Miss Edna Mills of Green Cove
children most, profoundly would do well to spend wisely. 'during the defiso -!i Springs visited, Mr. and Mrs C,

Dr. llarvie 'D"Coghi1fdirector-); of, the Phil ,boom ,so, that they 'can,, getk the most J I!; Sullivan ana ,Mr* Josephine Sullivan -
dren's MemorialClinic i : 1 "are seeking''escapes' 'j, I Sunday afternoon., < -- --
out of the increased wages, that naturally ........ ....
which range from simple delinquencies Mrs. Walter Edmondson and ....' ._- ...........-
result from the armament campaign. Careful daughters. Patsy and Cleone at-
from home. A
to running away use of increased income' will not only tended church at Lowell Sunday.Mrs. .

nine year old girl told him: "I'm afraid my benefit the individual, but will place the national W.Mv and Mrs. Dan Loper '

father will have to go to war. The other in were shopping In Starke Tuesday. $
economy a stronger position.One Mr. and :Mrs. Brense Burke of
night I dreamed all night long about people ,
suggestion is that increased income Starke visited l Mra. Burke's
getting killed." An eight year old boy is father
D. J. Phillips Sunday.
should be used to retire old debts. Any a:1JiJtlngaldhed.//ddmon
responsible for this statement: "I worry a Henry Hardy was transacting
surplus could be used to better existing living
business in Starke .
lot but I don't know what I worry about.I Monday.Mrs.
conditions 'and increase the educational C. Sullivan was a visitorto to the re/lCUWIdLlne 41
dream about flying airplanes'and fight
Stance .
opportunities of the worker and his family.
ing." Also a 16 year old girl remarked: "I Percy Sullivan was visiting .
Last, but far from least- is the opportunityto
the time I'm not friends In Green Cove Springs
,worry about war all' study
save. Sunday,
ing. I hate the idea of fighting. I wish I J. D.
investments Thompson of Starke wasa \
Proper will enable the MWCJIt1IItOIET
could do something. I dream about war too visitor here Sunday.

i much." Many of the children examined said worker to save a part of his increased earn Miss Elizabeth Phillips I I of
ings for his future Chief Starke the
security. among spent week-end here
and discussions
that of the
war news way
the opportunities for sound investment with her father; D. J. Phillips
l'jr adults made them nervous. "Listen to are O. M. Bennett of Jasper spenta SH PUSHGEH SEDAN iYITD
government securities. Such securities
war news"? Exclaimed a boy of twelve. not few days here last week with
only are safe, but help the Government ata his daughter, Mrs. C. Sullivan. '
"Yes, I listen to it all the time. I can't help .
time when it needs the idle of the
t listening to it"1Iy parents turn it on and money NEW FISHER
nation to finance its defense program. In
there isn't anywhere else to go. Mrs. L. C. SmithA
other words, savings made in this manner
The article concludes "The clinic director
: not only help the individual but his Govern- number of singers from Jacksonville -
said that while the effects of the ment. Gainesville Lake City

present era of insecurity cannot yet be j Starke and other sections at-

measured, it might be a 'significant fact'that tended the singing convention at
Children Baptist Church
Taught' To Appreciate Sunday, with
a large proportion of the present-day The Bill Of Rights"Bill lunch served at 'noon time. All

,criminals and misfits were young children reported a nice time and hope
during the World War period." of Rights' Week" was recently they will return again In the
celebrated in many schools throughout the near future.

> country in order to study' the "purpose Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ayers of .
Andrew Jackson Was A Man Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
meaning, and importance of the Bill of R. M. Johnson Sunday.
Who Must Be Reckoned With
Rights as set forth in both the'Federal and We are glad to report that F.
Tomorrow i is"the anniversary of the State Constitutions." "' M. Griffin who has been on the

birth of one of our greatest Americans- sick list la somewhat improvedat
Andrew Jackson. .yThe following' credo, entitled "There'sNo this writing. A distinguished, ultra-fashionable addition to the Chevrolet line for

Way Like the American Way," was repeatedly Mrs. Norman Johns of Starkewas '41 featuring a swank new Ffoef/Jh/ Body by Fishor Landau type
Born March 15, 1767 in Lancaster a recent guest of her mother
County, South Carolina l or just across the emphasized to reminds school children Mrs. C. Fogg. rear-quarter panel Custom-quality broadcloth upholstery Luxu-

;>t>rder in North Carolina, Jackson's early of the wonderful freedom guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts rious carpeting Rich wood-grained moldings New "Silverstyl"dash '

to',them by the Bill of Rights: visited his mother In Lake But- and instrument : .
UfO was one of poverty. l ler Sunday. panel Sparkling new window reveals "

At the age of thirteen he took part in "There's no way like the American J. A. McKInney and W. P. Fisher ventilation at rear windows as well as at front '"3-couple

a battle, of the Revolution. Refusing once -way. 'Burton Sunday were afternoon.Mr. visitors. to Starke roominess," Including, abundant head!, _shoulder and 'leg room.

to black an 'officer's boots, he was' struck Why? : Because .' and Mrs. W L. Phillips

across the face with a saber. This spirit "I can go to,any church I''' I'please ', and children of Jacksonville and
insubordination" Mrs. J. J. Mickle of Gainesville AflAIN Ol //OII'TW 771h I e4 4 DEll
of followed him all through WI, read, see and hear, what I choose- spent! the week-end with Mr. 'and

life.. lie was independent, pugnacious quick "I can express my opinions openly- Mrs. F. M. Griffin.Beware .

4 tempered; wanting always to have his way
liMy mail reaches me as sent un- = :
at any cost. censored- Coughsfrom '*.

It was this trait of personality, however

that made him a man to be reckoned "My telephone is untapped"I common colds

4 with. Whatever he tried to do, he under- can join any political party I wish- That Hang On TORODE CHEVROLET C

lie studied law "I vote for what
look with all his might. can and whom I
Creomulslon relieves promptly because *
fought Indians, captured Pensacola and wasa please it goes right to the seat of the

member of the convention that drafted "1 have a constitutional right to trial germ trouble laden to help phlegm loosen, and aid and nature expel STARKE, FLORIDAAll

the constitution for Tennessee.In by jury"I I to soothe and heal raw. tender. In-
flamed bronchial mucous mem-
rapid sucession from 1796 to 1798 am protected against search and branes.Tell your druggist to sell you

lie was elected to Congress from Tennessee, seizure- i, a bottle of Creomulsion you! must like with the the way understanding it- Chevrolet Are Shipped To Florida Not Drivenso -

appointed to fill out an ,unexpired term as Neither my life nor my property can ,to quickly have allays your money the cough backCREOMULSION or you are

United States Senator, and resjgned that to be forfeited without due process of they come to you genuinely NEW!

become a justice of the Tennessee Supreme law." I
.for Coughs Chest CoWs Bronchitis






ITROR .RLOH THM KIU1IT1I JUDICIAL this court at Starke, Florida this terest and estate of said miner. ) said last mentioned lies. "
CIRC fIKCt CIHOVIT angle twenty (20) feet more or track as located and constructedat along
/ -
27lh. day of ... I \
OF FLORIDA IN AMU February 1> 1941. In and to the following described IS 1' 4 .
.JOU'.U'ANI, FOR RRADROR.D FOR OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas lands In Bradford County Florida less, to the dividing line between station 14 plus ?4j thence oarless tetpointtoftllr6.
j 4'N ;. I'll "AFCERY.! (.....ANGlCIt 1('. COUNTY, IN Clerk. of the Circuit Court. to-wlt: the lands of said.. Geiger ilelrsand South 23 degrees. 2.' West. parallel winning feet, mor. *said parcel of land eee- ''i l i itaming
T. R.' lanclA of said John Phillips with and '
O(1..ul".. Iforn.'I Catherine '1.. Aklns, < Plaintiff Harrison Those two (S) certain. strips, Heirs, thence North 1 degreesWest feet distant twenty-five northwestwardlymeasured J5) 0.01 ao., more or lea*law. "I J,
Attorney. 2-tS 4t I-lt of
['II"IDtiff. No. 11.6 Plaintiff, f,1..c"* or parcels of land one ly- with said dividing line, urn.hundred ( at a right angle) from The. said two parcels j i. "
Divorce and being on either of together containing 0 94 ao., nww :
ten (110) feet more or the center line
Itlm.A. Akin a of said "South" or 1 "I''
naaH1Bt: Defendant., I" THK C1RCTIT COURT KICIITII the center" line of the north ortft hnav tt. a. paint which Is twentyfive right' leg of track, on or less, .
ndant.OItDI'K SERVICFJ Ji1)1(1tiJ CIIICVIT' OF P1.011list leg of wve track forming aconnection (M) feet nnrthw".Iwardl" hundred fifty (160)) f.more which said, application will M I .'. ,'
(T APPEAHNOTICf2 tRllhlt TO APPFAR > IN All FOR flKADFOIIIIOVNTY. with the main trackof ( ineasurod. at a right angle) from or less' to said line between. Sen.tlnn based upon the petition now (.)sfile \

I .EL&i;:: Fwhun.UT rldencennknowo' THK TO Rusk BTAT1Q SAM Texas.It A.OF AKINS. FLORIDA, : Ruby"- yinlth. IM Barnes' 1 CM-\NCKHY. ida the Hallway Ueorglu Company Southern and and a Flor spur the right center leg of line wyw of track acid said south line or 13 Most 36,, on':1"IJn: 81i.t: Township: : ,In said Cnurt.Delaney Dlckl......... .. :

19Ix track extending to Cump Itlandlng guardianJACK t.
von Is Plaintiff, crossing the center line of ssld 1\ South. Range 23 East; thence 1-11 tt 3l i$
hereby ordered that, you are of the United States Iluvernrnentin
here ordered that 'you Are required to appear on the 71 h day -vs- No. IU9 Bradford County, Florida, antithe ___ I
I. byl the 7th day James T. Barnes
I --
year on of April 1941 before the aboveentitled I other lying and being on
nlrrd the
< toA"I'} 1841 before Court to the lUll of Defendant.OItOEIt either
Complaint side of the center line of
VeprntlU'd: court; to the bill of filed against. you In the .1V bllKVlCK l: NOTICETllE the south or right leg of said

''Brad. above entitled cause and "The STATE Oh'hbb'LOIIIDAl wye track ; said paicels of land, I
Vp 1 Bradford County Telegraph" Is ; being"" more particularly describedas I ,
&County I Telegraph' herebylab hereby designated as the news To. James T. 11..8, whose residence follow: l''

.1 th.. bespubllshed. paper In which this order shall be It Is Is hereby unknown.ordered Parcel 1: Situate partially In the
n1ii.. order "hall. once a week for four you are
Wick fur, tour consecutive (4) consecutive wenksWlTNKt.3 required to appear on the 7lh, day Southeast Quarter of the Southwest 'fIj'j' .
of .
n the Honorable A. Z. April A D 1941 before the Quarter (SEW. of S\V,_) and "
k*:M*;'.<'3H my hand and the seal Adklns, as Judge of this Court above entitled court to the bill of partially In the Southwest Quarter .
1'1 cost at HterkM Florida. and the Seal of this Court. In the complaint filed against you In the of the Southeast QuarterSV'4 ;
this dilY of March. n. to41. flty of Starke, Bradford. County, above entitled cause. ; and "Urutl-. ( Of HEVl: of Section J5, In ;
e'M1 Fth?,\!, SEAL) A..1. Thonrk \&., F.14'r.lda, thla 20th day of February, ford designated County. .Telegraph" is hereby. Township 7 South Range 12 East ) :
as the
Court. newspaper In \
Bradford Florida il
Circuit County, beinga
the ,
.t OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas which this' order shall be publlshndonce strip of land fifty ISO feet In J
lntVrfT'A.'Jorne. : S-1 U S-M Clerk of the 'Ircult Court Brad weeks.a week for four consecutive width extending twenty (10) feet r
ford County, Florida. northwardly from and thirty (30)) ., ".
Lloyd Uass, WITNESS my hand and the seal feet southwardly from the centerline
Attorney for Plaintiff. of this. court at stnrke Florida. of said. north or left leg of .,/ :
TalC CIRCUIT 'OIJRT."E.GHTH FI.OIt- Jacksonville, Florida,. .2.21141, 314NO'IICK this. 27th, .day of February A. D. Maid wye track which said center ,. I
) ( ('lIt"I'.T 0' 1941 line, as. located crosses the.north- 1 1
I I'. ',..... FOIt UHADFOHDUA Of' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas easterly. line of the right of way \ us ,
Ul'NTY. 1:01: f1lANCBH1f.!'! .APPLICATION Clerk of the Circuit Court. for the main track of Georgia I
I1IOKIfXrnnlo >
.1. S. Harrison Southern and Florida Railway I
rails IL'hiijntllf. lull %;o. IfII: Plaintiffs flans
Attorney 2-29 It 311OTIf'I point
Company at u one hundred
N o.I nM NOTICE IS: HKUKny\ niVKN, ThAt ( 100) feet distant norihrastwardlymeasured \ ;:
.v.- Rosa -
Carter holder of Tax Certi 6'nG\
*I ficate No. 21 B, 'Issued the 7th day ( at a right angle) from .
:\ OF INTRXTIOV a In said of I
'Sr 'oK1'BKnvicK of AuitUHt." A. 1) 1017.: has filed 1''. Tn AP._ point "h tr..JlnIP I I
)( : Y FOil s'":" IAI, LF.Ia1.1.'rlav main track three ; '
same In office and ban.
RBftcVTOAPPBAH'Me1 my madeapplication FOIL lilt \I>KOI<1> IOU\11: (DON) feet North 36 degrees 511'West t i : !
for tax deed \ ,
to lie
Ie HTATloJ 01" FLOIUIJAI Oeorgla.I Issued thereon. a Said certificateembraces Ki.onmt. of ':IIJ"f.II II 2G4-U PI't:: said:: (" ,r I'
Carl Juan, At".nt. the following describedproperty NO'IYCE) IM hereby given to all railroad t ,, being .\ .
o'der..d that )'011 are whom It II
I In the may concern that the unuorslirnod at station 3 plus 48 on said 1
nlredeIC) appear on day County o( Bradford will have prepared< all< north nr left )l"lf of said w>'o "- :
\ State of Florida '
0-'" It:
U. 1841 the request the track and running thence In
Vintltlid' to the bill of Lots 1. 2, 8, of Rlk 22. TemplesAddition I.HRlulutlnn, for passage o t Speclul : direction an
court the County of Hrad- easterly by a ten ((10)
,plaint filed against you !nthe to Starke" Unction 2K, ford at the regular session. of tin fl'icree curve to the l left, for adistance r
Cv entitled cause. ; and "Brad- Township .6 Knuth. Range 22 Rust. 1911 Florida Li'Klsluturu an Art : of five hundred:: fifty- I
:, &County Telegraph" Paper e byIch The assessment of the MAid prop aliollHhlng the Board of Bond two 552): feet to station 9 plus :
,klFIIAtCtd ft" the uw In erty under the said certlCU-nta 1 Issued Trustees. of Uindford County, Flor (10, paint of tangent; thence north "
this order shall be publishedweek wards was In the name of J.V.. Ed ida, as created by Chapter 80.!2, 65 degiees 21' rest; one hundredseventyfive j
a for tour consecutive_ Laws of Florida, 1931: or by any (UIi) feet to point t r
e Unless said certificate shall be
other law. and Investing. the Hoard where said. center line crosses
\eke.rNF.iS: my hand and the seal redeemed. according I to taw, the .>f County: ComnilHHlonvrs, of Hi mi- dividing. line between lands of 1
I court at Starke. Florida, property described therein will be foul County Florida, with all of Geiger heirs and, lands of the 1
t s tale I 41h day nf March, A. I>. 1941. sold courthouse to the door hlKhest! the bidder Monday the the powers and duties and privileges Heirs of John Phillips, deceased t SON V I L L .: '.II.
,.., A. J. Thomas, on uow exercised by or Imposed being a strip of land, fifty 50))
WITH i Circuit In the month" of April 1941
said Hoard feet wide and, hundredtwentyseven
Court. upon of Bond Trusteesof seven
irk of the rII I. and 'ri'
which Is the 7th day of Ai 1941. Bradford feet
County, Florida, In the ((7Z7) long
iTntlff"Attorney.' ? i 3-7 4t S-28 1114 Dated this 27th day of February Hoard of County Commissioners( of ( measured, on staid center line), "H
Bradford. County Florida. containing 083 no? more or less TALLAHASSEENow
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas Hoard of County Commissionersof Parcel 2: Situate In the Southwest
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad Bradford County Florida. Quarter of the Southeast Florida Motor IJnra offers THKOIHJH and DIICKCT ftcrtloe to Jnckannvllle '

1 I OTICH OK APPLICATION ford County Florida. 2-28 4t 3-21 Kyt: W. M. Edwards, Chairman. Quarter' ($W'4 of NEST: ) of said, TullithaMwci without tViurnlenlly-lbnc ,iletNtrtureii enable you
anti ,
>> .
KOIt TAX IKKI' Attest : Section 36. Township 7 South
..e HIM N... 163) liw THUS CIRCUIT (01'''.... F.inn-rn A. J. Thomas Itange" 22 Fast: Bradford, County to lento. In I Ibo morning, do your htiopplnn or liunlnmn In either city, and return
IsOTlCH IS HEREBY GIVEN.L ""UI('.".. riRri'iT OF FLORIDA 'Jerk of the Circuit Court Florida, more particularly described .
I* D Vining holder of 2-Bths IN AND> Foil ntlADFOHD :3-21 6t 3-21 as follows: Beginning" at a In tho evening. TWO riciMirtiirr !OInK unit returning. Tho FIRST TIME IN IIM- !

|' TA1t Certificate. No. e. Issued OinVTY.. IN (,1I. NCI'IlY.' point where the center line of TORY such trnnNportutlon facilities" hita IMH'II offered lit this rlty.IJ2AVH I "
4lb, day of August AD1024, Roy "1. fiammons, the south or right leg of said wye

M flied same In my office and deed has Plaintiff iv 1111.\011"THE COUNTY jrmirri' 'OI'IIT track crosses the township and ] EASTHOUNI* _..._____.....-__-.-_?_....-,._ 12:10: P, M. soil Sl40, P. )I.
tile application, for a tax to -vs- No. 1160 40I1MY. FLORIDA suction line between Sec-linn 86,
siKHUud thereon Said. certificate Bertha M. gammons, In le: KSTAT OF KARL Township 7 South, Range 22 Kant, LJQAVI4E.STIIOUNI J > _____ .. _.__.___ 8:20: A. M. anal 8iZ( P. M. 1
|l races, tho following Defendant.ORDER 1.fA! \I IKIGIill. K1-. and Section 2, 1'"wn.hll' H ,South,
loorfy In the County of Bradford. OF SERVICE: NOTICETO MIN MELLIO o 1 KIO Kit Range 22 East ,paid point of Intersection JACKSONMIJJ5 M.00 One Way TAI-U\HASSBM ,.25 One WayCONWAY'S 111, } '
Ie of Florida, to-wlt: APPEAR and H. F. U B I U U II. being In the center of
TWK/ of NEVI, Section 19 Twp. 7 THE STATE OF FLORIDA; Minors. a rnnd : and running 'thence North "
JuinT Range 19 East, 80 Acres, To Bertha M. 8umnionn. whose JNOI'Hi OF APPLirVTIOV TO 88 degrees East, with said township SERVICE STATION 'f1:
Er.. or 1 IOHS. residence Is. Unknown.It MKLL MINOHS LAKU. and section line thirty (30) 147 8 tarkc, FU.If .
B'lie assessment of the said prop- Is hereby ordered that you are Notice Is hereby given to all feet, more or less, to a pointwhich Comer Rood IS & toad 48 Phone
ly under the Bald certificate. required to appear on the 7th day whom It may concern that I. Delaney Is twenty-five (26) feet 9"'f
luod was In the name of Ungen. of April. A. 13. 1941 before the Dickinson as. guardian of (measured. at a right angle) '.
I above entitled court, to the bill of EARL IAMAit OKIQKH KL8IHMFLLB I southeast of the center line of .," ,I Ir .
'nlxRH said certificate shall he I complaint filed against you In the UKiaBIt and M. F. said south or right leg of wye .
Tlonmcd ..ero..drng to law, the above entitled cause. ; and " U";)(" R. Minors heirs of P. M. track as located and constructed ; ( JI
iperty described therein will bed i ford County Teleuraph" IH hereby Ovitfer. de<*eased, will on the 24th thence North 21 degrees 26' East, 0 s 4 g ::
to the highest bidder at the designated as the newspaper In diy of March A. D. 1941 apply to pmallel with and I twenty-five I :1
IirthoUHe door on the first Mon I which this. order shall be publishedonce tho County Judge In and for Hi'ad- ( 21i) feet (measured at a right ._ ,
tr the month" of April 1941 a week for four consecutive turd County, Florida, .at the Court. angle) .southeast. of center line ,!
frnl" the 7th day of April.r. 1941. weeks. house: In Htarke, for authority to of said, south or right lug of wyetrack ,1t'/ ';
[natrd this 6th day of March Witness my hand and the seal. of soil at private sale the entire In-. (measured at a right ./ '

m t ..... ...... ._ ,g......w_ 11..
.. "JI"'ICIA REAL) A.. J. Thomas a .' '
rk of Circuit Court of Bradford t
hinty, Florida S-7 4t 3-28

1 1 1 i
!II .
trtls Mick In,

...o"Mlokle[Defendant.TUB 'Plaintiff. ., "To Have Tar I Iq


hra: Wm.Is unknown.O. MlclfleV'-wikO: .... rest. ) (

Toil are hereby apkr -
to the bill of complaint filed 't. W
eln against you on or before, ;:} Ii"i.f.1
> Tth day of April A. D. 1841.I ;lt}} 1.t ir.JiJ :
Is further ordered that this
|.r and notice be published In ':r.* "'
Pndford. County Telegraph, a ::1J;
Paper of general circulation. "f' A't.. '
illHhed In said County of Brad- : r&& 'if/t'l:
Id. once each week for four con. : r :''' h ;, \:\\i i J '.P )
"lIve weeks.ITNESS ;;il**%; 1Jt&?
!: my hand and official : *1 ,, .' ":, ,
ll: thin 6th day of March 'A. D. ;\jJi..,fol't<",11''<< .r' .. t
t ,, '
: : .fl'.I.f
...,,' .
"Ji-1-: '
Irk 1I''IAI.rirt-ult SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tfAt: :;'"? f' >r S. S Jjt ''i.I ; )"Mr rJ? '
Court. rt
m* J. Henderson Es< z' "N":14';: ; Zx9g f 'tit. : d : tf. ';. Is' h'
l. ; ;. p :: : i w !
lldtor fur Plaintiff. 8-7 4t 3-23 ? '!';"" < ;t} r : A') :I.t.: }
;; j .c
".<:..t. K \i't?: '} I:!V ....'4\. :*;1: .

l OTirK TO DEFENDANT .5& .. t.'"..j.I"Ii'.io1'tV.i0],/\ ," /" % ... ,I. ': ftY\ :) '

IflHfMT 11'0'' COURT' IN ANn FOR :t' ,,'tW ... : t" G.h'1: "

v f'IU + CnUNTY.FLORIDA. .t k rIS Par .11 ... "U )
lCRRT. ", f?( ;Wt "sss J fi ( P.
lit Kirsch ...Lancaster ,1.r: ;'' !; e e 11't
' .J
Ilium Plaintiff 9 f 'e .!J.T-/i'r', 1':, ,,:; i '> J 1 '.. ... \. ; .2t..;,? 4" ('W. I.. ncaster.. "''' n .,1<,'1 i" ;'f:;;I&/I' 't 1': .
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n' """w."ri '
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: 1
)1""*. OIIRKTINO: e /. /' r ; '-t,4; ;!\ '. 1ct
William W. Lancaster, whoseonoe '
Is unknown. !1'" / *.,
nu are hereby. required. to ap- "\ 'r; .
r ti the. bill of complaint filed .i'-i .'.. (rSr \
lust you herein on or before ( ,).. ;:
tills April A D
ordered t/4this' I: ,
Ar and notice be published In .
Bradford County Telegraph. a
"twimr .. ..'
'Huhpd I In said County of Bred.

d'.nnc' arh week for fonrcon-
".I''U weeks FOR

VITNESK!' ,, mv hand and official. N
1 I t this 6th day of March A. D. w I

rk MIITty" 1iIF."I.A.. J. Thomas SP 1 .

n J.1lelnd.Court, 4 I
,". BJso
tcltor for Plaintiff. 1-7 4t I-IS

fit I
rterns.e eon.... set A .n FOR A j

v IUnp'nAn CIIt7CF.pY.COUNTY. FLORIDA. We'll give you a better trade on your ; ., '

"'"um..ln.' ... Bacot. ;

_.._Plaint ifr. i : :.

"ors A. Hacot. old car. .

"?sndant.RtnNA ; .
t :

James BscotSMiTIN. : STATE OF You'll get a better value in a new 1941 I ..

A. whose resl-" "R N -. ..

r r..nd Cbarisst"rfdress*n- South I. Carolina.111: Coming: FORD. the car that "outmeasures"the j; ;

rOIt I rC hereby. required to ap- j

silt Tinth"I ...1\1'", bill fit 1Ap of 11oA complaint. nr I>. 1941.beforet filedalnst other two in bigness, and with a sensational t f.J:

further ordered that this ) ,'I
.r And notice be nnbll..h-1 In new ride .
l.Padford County Telewrsnh.. a ,

,TUfc'n "n.rot.| I In said srenoral County clrculatlnn of .Brad deal this Ja r ",

...t"nc| each week for four conanrch.0fAC'S- If you're out for a big see great I t

,I,1 this !6th' dayhofdMa' FORD car. Come in. let's talk trade now! h ;

PI""o6I" RPikfl A.
J. Thomas
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'n I. n..nd-r.on. Loraa1tcltor : GET THE FACTS ANDYOU'LL -

for Plaintiff i-7 4t.PlalBt'"f. 1.16RS ,,'. .

RAnFORD 4'nr/NTT' .
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rfda'b"o..N"t"'I" of the State of

e".f"na... Bsae whose resMenre ( ,
ComRED T0 appear to the Bill

11 fs"0 I' e A.,or Will'D.before 1641 filed b" entered the or herein nacres T''h against against c day Pre of J. W. ANDREWS: $ JR."m" .,

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FURTHER ORDERED that ; i"i ; .
8 1 ice b" published In tb.. ... ..... 0 Starke Florida "

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; New InstalledBy tin' to those sweet girl marrUguates. still It makes him awfully distinguished U it doesn't show.' up

I 11 SOCIETY and CLUBS I Woman's Officers Club'' what JS.this anyhow -. : lookln' gonna start droppla- blnt.BOOS Ilk r..;.

an epidemic First'there was Seems the dance Is one of those Hitler drops bomb .

---:- The Woman' Club met Wednes the case of Sam Simpson and Invitation-to-gals-only affairs long .. ,Be seem' you'Nero0. *
w Williams-Crews Fellowship Social Muriel Hall .. Then Roy Mc- Havn't received my bid yet but
l- Little Vilda Moore day'afternoon and held the March Marie An -Carol'lt
David and Dyal
Honored With Party Miss Iris Crews and Calvin Given by W. S. C. S. business meeting-with Mrs: K.. Q. this week James Keen-Lorena r-- -,-,- ..., WI ... -,

Williams, both formerly of State Duncan presiding. Mr*., N. D. Polk an' Calvin Williams-Iris '
Four-year-old V 11 da Moore, Farm, were quietly married Sun- I A Fellowship Social was given Wainwright Jr., transacted her Crews Well, all I gotta say INSURANCE A N D. BONDS
daughter of Air anti Mr. Jerry day afternoon by County Judge at the club house last Friday 'and in the is the new course In home economics -
duties as ,
t: Moore of Starke, was the hon- E. 1<. Perryman. Miss Crews has I night by the Woman's Society of secretary I Is workln' like a charm
1 given been attending Bradford High Christian Service of the Methodist absence of the treasurer- the financial Grandma always did Insist
, i: oreo at a birthday party C
School and has been working at was read by Mrs the to man's heart HAROLD WALL AGENCY
: by her mother last Friday afternoon l church, ,and the guests In- ,' report that way .a
) 3:30 until 5 o'clock. Jacob's store on Saturdays. She C. A, Knight. was via the stomach, so I guess
from : ,
. 1 cluded adult members of the
Varied games were enjoyed, id a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. G. The president appointed two she knew whereof she spoke .
E, Crews, of State Farm. church and men from Camp B landing Note from Beth Wimberly the
afternoon the litl Service Over 50
and late In the committees to assist Mr. Robert Years
invited into the Mr. Williams Is originally from who had been attending- Telegraph's Highland ,correspon-
tie guests were
dining room where the large Rlnggold Ga., but has for some- vices here. B. Wear, Y. M. C., A. secretary dent: "Congratulations to Carolyn

birthday cake stood on an attractive lime had charge of a bread route Mrs. L. A. Davis,. chairman of in planning and redecorating the Callstreet, her column is care- Please Phone'' 146 Starke
lace-coveVed tabfe, surrounded for the Ward (Tip Top) BakeryIn I club house. Planning;: Mrs. C. A. fully read" Thanks for the

by peach blossoms, pear' blossoms Jacksonville, lie In a brother Christian Social Relations and I Knight, Mrs II. H- Young, Mrs. kind words, pal A little ....,__.. _J_ _v_, __ .. ,
and fern. Favors were giant of Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, whose Local Church Activities, and Mrs Charles H. Allen; redecorating: bouquet now and then Is wel-
, v baloons and all-day milkers.. husband Is the Chaplain at the L.. D. Vining chairman Fellow- Mrs T. T. Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter comed by most any hen .
Mrs. Claude Prevatt, Mrs. Adolf State Farm. ship Committee, greeted the Mrs. C, A. Knight. Never heard of a woman allergicto
Gay and Mr Ira Wilson, assisted Mr Williams will will grad- guests informally. Mrs. A, Z, Mrs. Duncan than ked Mrs. flowers-did you?
Mrs. Moore in serving refresh- uate from the Bradford High Adkins, chairman of music, presented -I Knight fourth,vice president, and T. K. McClane In the Camp
ments of ice cream, and cake to School this month They will musicians from Camp Blan- her committee of workers who Blanding hospital with measles, WRESTLINGFRIDAY
the following young guests who make their home in Starke ding and an ensemble from the gave such a successful tea last yet! Seems he was due there

enjoyed the party with Vilda: I Baptist W. M. S. 117th Artillery Band gave several week in honor of wives of of- Wednesday for a routine physicalexam
Barbara Jean Prevatt, Jackie enjoyable numbers. ficers at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. before leaving for Louisianaas
Prevatt, Ronald Prevatt, Jeanette business and i program meeting The audience all joined In Duncan also expressed her appreciation a guest of Uncle Sam's field I MARCH 14
Inman, Madeline Williams Rich- of the Baptist W M. S will be singing "America" "My Wild for the cooperation of artillery He began breakln ,
ard Williams, Woody McClellan, held Monday afternoon at 3 o' Irish Rose" and "Let Me Call the club members during the past out right under the awe-struck I

a Lewis Wise, Wallace Wise, Joan clock at the church. Circle No You Sweetheart. J year, and wished for the Incoming doctors' noses so they gave hima 8:30: P. M.
Barnes, Pauline Gay, Joy Dale 1 will have charge of the pro- Decorations of white flowers president and her staff a most nice lower berth in Ward No.
Moore, and Mary Sue Epperson.J gram. and greenery added to the charmof successful year. Umpteen That's one way to
+ the auditorium for this occa- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, first vice- get into the army-and quick!

t a For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local sion.At the close of the evening, re- officers president for installed the coming the club following year: had Hear a Wednesday most youthful unusual. Marian. birthday. Seems Brown dinner her \ Main Rout

freshments of ice cream and home Miss Evelyn Stump president;
Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage Located only wish was to have a meal at
made cake were served. first vice-president, Mrs. N. D. Best Two Out of Three Falls
One Block South of S. A. L. Depot Wainwright, Jr., second( vice- Camp Blanding with the soldier
boys And did It come true?
Enjoy Hobo Hike president, Mrs. L. A. Canova; It did-through the Interested w. One Hour Time Limit
third vice-president Mrs. K. O.
A "hobo" hike for Duncan fourth vice-president efforts of a mess sergeant ac. LEE HENNING
J. W. ANDREWS JR. Intermediate ;
i qualntance The meal was
leaguers terminated Tuesday Mrs E. L. Biggs; recording see spaghetti, an' Marian enjoyed it "IOWA BUTCHER BOY"-228 LBS.vs. .
evening at the home o f their tetary. Mrs. 'I'. K.. McClane, jr.;
Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years counselor, ,Mrs. L. F. S m i It h. corresponding secretary, Mrs. T. .more. than fried chicken at homeCan't .
say I blame her ,
After games of the "hobo" nature T. Long; treasurer, Mrs. W. H. I know lots of galswho'd BOB ROBERTS OF MONTREAL"THE
Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA and singing around a huge Hart. be grown-up
glad to eat spinachatCamp MAN WITH 1,000 HOLDS"SPECIAL
fire, "handouts" were served MIss Stump, the newly Installed I
Branding! .
from the kitchen door, and with president, took the chair and I
I .Well I'm all caught, up now
hot cocoa were eaten around the gave a beautiful speech of ac- 'til the wrestlin' matches Friday

fire. About fifteen young people ceptance; and she also announceda i an' the dance Sattidy Simply MATCH

enjoyed this unique party. meeting of the ,.vicepresidentsand I mus' make the matches Met

chairmen of the different Mr. Romanoff tother day One Fall :30 Minutes
committees, which, will be held
Dance at ArmoryThe Whatta man! I-Iu"'the nicest
Friday afternoon' 3:30 o'clock,
: hair (mostly on the chin), but JACK ,SHERRY''
Chamber of Commerce Is in the club house..

giving .a scrip dance a t the During the social l naif-hour refreshments 011
Armory March 21, for the army were served by the Uncrowned Heavyweight, Champion of the World--
? officers and citizens of Starke. It hostesses: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, 226 Lbs.

will be a general get-together and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs C. A. Sherry ban potted. $5,000 with the New York Athletic Com-
get-acquainted time, and the pro- Flitch Mrs. W. M. Morrow Mrs. mission to wrestle any man' In the world.
ceeds will go to the Chamber of I'A. E. McKinney,.'and Mrs. L. A.
Located Commerce. Davis.Carolyn va.


Over Old. Postoffice I Callstreetand 360 Lbs.OPENING

__ _...._ -- .. ..
' Dear C-atreeters'Frald I feel a Helen McMuHen (ex-Tamp ,MATCH.
.EYES GLASSES nervous spell comin on So ans), -two of the moat attractive 1 ...., ,' .
,,,,1. | many things'goh%*.on.all;at once additions to the Kingsley Kolony ::1 I One Fall 30 Minutesy
EXAMINED I It's got me fringed around the "
FITTED edges tryliV to with IHad : .... ', '
keep up :
a hard tlmo BABECADDOCK '
I I f ( ( keepln my ... '
everything I. i '
mind the
on ball .game :
,. LENS Yowsa We've cert'nly afternoon with Dorothy Swanbom Sunday I .: OF ,fUODE'iSLANU-200 ,Lbs.
\ run the .
gamut Everythingfrom vs.
) : makin' such a retre hln' picture ,- ATJERRY'S .
DUPLICATED teas to Babe Ruth and the' ill .'
on sideline white-gold f JOE ROCKY
wre UIn' matches, an' of
on top
tresses .
up peasant-fashion in ,
It all. look like half the senior a bright blue shawl -. Even NEW YORK CITY-230 Lbs.ATHLETIC .
class' Is bound and determined to Babe Ruth FOR A
himself in a dazzlin'red
DR. A. W. BLOODWORm get married before commencementrolls blazer couldn't compete . .. '
around Leila fetch me But the Babe had 'em scramblln' FOOT-LONG HOT DOG ARENA
the hair dye and a coupla aspirin, for
autographs Jus' the same, an' ALSO
optometric please Howell Nasworthy med
Eye SpecialistBENNY'S see u
But getting back to the pleased as a 12-year-old with his HOMEMADE :CHILIJERRY'S STARKEPROFESSIONAL '

Woman's Club tay Twas I afternoon trophy ,f Crowd dls-
cert'nly an elegant affair appolntln': and game mediocre,
Least It' seemed so from my I but I got my money; worth hob-
favorite peep ,hole In the north nobbln with handsome Capt. McGee I
':GROCERY & MARKETGUY west window FUcelvin' line I CoL McMath and other Camp 151 Can Street BOXING
had all the swank of Hollywood I Branding"dignitaries .. Last Starke, Florida MONDAY NIGHT, March 17TH

H. SALE combined with the chic of Parts minute change In locale (from Jerry & .Nick JIM MURDOCK, MATCHMAKER
'Specially Myrwin Long In Bradford Park to airport becauseof

WEEK END SPECIALS flowliV black with rows of white mud) caused CoU, Kelley to > :.'1J .
lace round the skirt ,. Edna miss toasln out the openin ball t.

Hart in black with lace collar Seems he wasn't aware of
Premier, Shoestring,Beets __________ 15c and pockets .. Mrs. Kelleythe the'change an' went to Bradford
-Colonel's lady (as Kipling Park first ,

Premier Corn,On The Cob, Lg. Can 23c would say) In becomln' blue taffeta Scads' of Callstreeters steppln
And among those being out of the pre-EO8t bandbox
Ireroler r e c e i ved patrlclan-lookin' this week: Jeanette KIncaid In Everything Must GoIN
Mrs. L. R. Pout In black
devastating black tunic number
Waffle and Pancake Flour, 3 for ____ 25c white with a dash of red K .". Verna Demorest. In blue and

Emma Coalker, soon to assume gray plaid suit 1 Myrtice Car-

f, Fresh Yard Eggs, Doz. ___________ 20c duties a* Camp Blandlng hostess, penter In becomln."yellow topped
I attractive as ever In black and with ,tiny straw( hat.: Mar- OUR
< white (favorite combination these .garet Duncan in smooth beige accented -

spring days) .. Madge>Bays I with red ;.Spring must

No.1 1 Irish'Potatoes, 10 Lbs: 15ctag ,ner definitely. .>. be Just around. the'cor-

Cabin Guaranteed M Pound Can't say that I blame' Mrs.
Carrie Ingram a bit, for beln' OFBUSINESS
proud of the handsome wrist
FLOUR--------- 75c
watch given her by: female em-
ployes of' Solomon r A: Kela and
SODA Starrett Bros A. Ekcn ,' The
CRACKERS 2 Lbs. 15c .
note said "Just a little 'token of

appreciation for your:many kind- '

Premier. Fancy Sauerkraut, 2 for.___'* 15c ne&aea" and was vignett by 187 '
femxnea '. Such:'. 'popularity .
must be deserved! .
O'.E'O'Lb : CHILDREN 1 Lalla Mundy 'Jewelt Roberta; t ; ,
: -.' '
h --c and Eve Godwin takin' in the ): ,
.. fashion show at the Geo. Wash- .

I P '&', G Soap, 3 for ..-_------\.--. t: _.: lOc ENJOY ington In Sax Wednesday ;.z : SALEAll ':' ; .
I SKATINGAT By the way Unnemand that ., .
- :-
oil paintings of little Claire Jean :. ",
Kelloggs Con Flakea 2 for ___.. ;., 15c
+ .w. _- Mundy and Margaret Rose Dun- ... ...
: can wilt be art exhibited in the 4*
, No 2 Cans big city soon .''. .
,,11 Grape Fruit Juice, 2 for 15c SOUTHLANDPARK This week' f f .
qutsatlon: Are

I MARKET SPECIALS RINK weddln Carter Among anZeka bell the ringln newcomer Dryden for T *' none Ann :PricesBelow CostMarguerite's

15c-3:30 to 5 P. M.\ more stunning than brunette Mrs.

Fancy Native and Western Meats Except SaturdaysThe Jones ,, Live Inf Dr. Brown-
lee's house next to Paul Can-
ova' : "
an oastfer
CUBE' STEAKSLb.32c special prices offerrdchlltreneySry at Standing On.\he blonde
afternoon make side we have
title rink m. popular with ehusl eye-fUHn/ Marguerite

: et* .THM ONLY IUBAI CVKU'gTHAKfN De Orio. worfcln' for Freeman
\'P.'Nl < tt.--; sting""wi10r .Wit. Me' Reg1st r. ?, ShopeStarke
pttctar s pfn1-! ?
Tender Beef Roast, Lb. ___________ 19c Jon and care'of Instructor brunette biane"Dc friend Allyano of'of Johnny Woo Yawk Tor-,

;f. Near School On uella, la guest of the T. B. Hard- ,FloridaMAR'
FreaK Ground Pan Sausage, Lb., __.17'/$c Road 28 big Hmmm .- More wedclln' ,
belle Johnny?

Which remind me .. Rever-

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bil --....-rtr- 14. 1941 MAR? '11.4 ...1941 t
"I1LII: : RArn, 8TAldPLORmA.. ._........_- ........._
""' '
1 r, BITS Ot LUCAL Mr. and Mr. Ben '<.
II.Yta NEWS Holtcendorf Israel Irving Safer, '
I .
; and eon, B. C., were visiting In manaforof f Mr and Mrs. T. W. Oltywy' of ,
*. M ---, Jasper Sunday with Mrs. Holtren-' Jacob's store since December I Mr. and Mrs. J. W KIllian, Savannah Oa.. have-, recently t, J ,
Is at borne thtseh Mm.. Hildabetle Hence dorf's mother, ,Mrs. R Koolbcck. 15, leaves today for Camp landing 'who have spent the past ten day moved to Stark and are occupy .'q:.
OIJ'lle Olsen fiu visitor 'to Jacksonville! this was a Mr. and MiJ.? : P. Hollinga- to begin his year her with her brother, J. J. Truby, lag the home of Mr ollver'smother '''f,: .'
week. training1n
worth ;,::1
attended the Azelea Festival Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Wright of the army. left yesterday for their home In Mr*. Sarah Hamrlck, "j'; .
at Palatka I
Sunday. Waynesville, N. C.
spent Tues- Robert Judd Lacoochee spent week-end
j, M. Brownlee spent the weekend \she at
Jacksonville.) with Jay Bryan at Palmetto. the home of Mrs. Wright's par- Mr*. L. S. I
I Mrs. O. W. White, and Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs Hutto attended a Mr. G. 1'':. Crews and little i
Mrs. Corley Johns.N. Spanish American War Veteran's .
C. W.
were week-end daughter, Caroline of State '"
vUrfted the Morris
Jewell Gaisett Rayburn was a business meeting in Jacksonville
visitor in Jacksonville visitors In Jacksonville N. frevatt wm probably return Tuesday Farm, were the guests of Mrs.Crews' I I
Sunday. Wednesday. at which time
she received I'I
Farm this week-end from St. Lukes her daughter, Mrs. Calvin WU- 'It1
Mra. L. A.> Davis Mrs Simeon Phillips and little Hospital. Jacksonville where he membership pin. huts, Tuesday morning. I\ ,
Bob Dodson spent spent Wednesday I
land -
Mr" daughter, Suellen
and were In Jacksonville recently underwent a major operation. : '
In Gainesville. ville. Thursday In Jackson. 'Tuesday on business.E. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Metcalf and Mr. and Mr*. ,Wilfred Phillips, 1 I ,
I W. H. Hoffman,'of Orlando, were of Orlando, were hero Wednesday
Frances Peek spent Tuee- O. Edwards, with the New Mr.. and Mrs B. Jacobs bad aa here Sunday visiting air and Mrs. of last week visiting Mr and P .
last week In Jacksonville Patsy Ruth Wainwright spent Method Cleaners, was a business: their guests l last Sunday their W. I.. Wall. They were accompanied Mra. T J. Griffin. While here I I
Davis.the ,week-end here with Marjorie visitor to Gainesville Tuesday. son-tn-law and daughter, Mr. and home by Mrs. Hoffman they also visited Camp Bland Ing :
Lcs Darby of Palatka spent Mrs. Clarence Nuasbaum of Jack- who !spent the past two weeks where their oldest son will soon I"" ;. ;
.l days here this week u a Miss Helen fowling spent the sonville. visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Wall be In training. :
[of Mra A. M. Darby and Mrs. J. T. Guy of Hampton wasa week-end recently with her twin ,\
guest Wednesday of Mrs. A. Z. sister. Marian, In Jacksonville. ,
1 Adklns. tI )

T Frank Landrum Is out again I i

I Dr, A. S t Morrow, of Jackson- after being shut in for a few days SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SA TURDA YBIRDS ,.f' ,
, K.: CHANDLEREXPERT ville, was a visitor'' In Starke with a flu-measles combination.Mrs. .
Tuesday.Mrs. ((1l..Jh limn I _ill. 14 ,ft.) : '.
REPAIRING J. D. Clark and Miss j 1. Southern Twin Pack Dread bring/;: :. \
E. Williams Is among Helen Dowling were visiting In you an. actual Interview with a South ;
the numerous victims of measles Gainesville of EYE .1
Thursday last week. ern bousewdetliciiTiP' "
[WATCHES, RINGS. this week.R. ,

JEWELRY Miss Edna Ilutto of Jacksonville .. !
--- .. H. Noegel will spend the spent the week-end here with
'D Watchmakers To week-end with his parents in her 'parents. M*. and Mrn. L. S. FRO : \.' /
L Serve You Cedar Keys. Hutto. TEDJFOODSDeliciously a :

100 Call Street; t!
STARKE. FLORIDA Miss Margie Thlgpen. clerk at Mis. c. C. Hoppe and son, 1'
Koch's drug store, Is .at home ,Jimmy, were recent visitors at Fresh
with the measles. I the home of Mr: and Mrs O. L. 1 1I :

-,_. ..-. -.- _'_' ___HT -'>- _._ .... __ ... Bea ley. L ,

RITZ Nick StavrlanOH, of the Park .
THEATRE.l ; Is In the Riverside Hospital .... ---- )< I Tt' '

onvll1e, for
an appendicitis ( t ":
Latest Pictures Operation.
First Run } I

I Miss E m 11 y Boring, of St. Flounder Fillets, Lb. __ -_ ___ _____ 34c \ '1
Friday March 14
2. Interviewer! How do do, }
Petersburg spent the week-end you i
George Brent In with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoillngaworth. Red Perch, Lb.----- 26c madam If I may, I'd tike to ask. whatyoct .
think of Southern Twin Pack ,t
"SOUTH OF SUEZ"ALSOThree 2-in-l I IJr..J1nouNwil.

[ Stooge Comedy & Popcye Cartoon Mackerel, Lb. _ _______ ___ ___ 26c } r
Mrs, R. J. DavIs spent several ..; We//, I think wrapping ,
Saturday March 15 days last week In Tallahassee Ml 4 leaf of ",lei:. brr""4 **J half! ,
loaf' of u'hful heal
visiting her husband who is toHtltur it *
-DOUBLE FEATURE- ployed there. marifloMi Ufa fur it Rives t ....ri."
Hopalong of ktiodi fur Ihf erne frier. It sirs '
Cassidy, In Green Lima Beans, Box _ ____ __ 26c woe', too, for before Tuv Pjtk i y ,
"LAW OF THE PAMPAS" ,Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins and iris, I lord to low o uboU lojf of +, trrr

Also-Richard Arlen and Andy Devine, In"DEVIL'S children Moyer were and vlultors Mr and in Mrs.Gainesville John Stringless Beans, Box __ _ ______ 19c, la
PIPE LINE"Chapter Halt,
Sunday.Mrs. Asparagus, Box _ ___ _____ __ 25c f
Letle Stilley returned to +
SHOW 11:30- 11 .. 1' r< YY q
Starke - -
Saturday after a visit with
Orin Tucker and Bonnie Baker, In relatives In Jacksonville during - -

"YOU'RE THE ONE" the past week. .

Also Raspberries _ _ _____ __ ___ 23c
-Community Sing ,and Sportscope
Harry Houston spent the week "

Sunday & Monday, March 16 & 17 end father in and Garland.mother Ala., Mr., visiting and Mrs.J. his. Strawberries ________ __ _,_ ____ __ 24c t

Bette Davis, In H. Houston. ,Youngberries __ __ _____ _ _ 25c ,72

Also-March of Time and Cartoon B. Jacobs is back at home after .....Peaches ___ ___ --_____________ 19c
a successful operation at St. Vincent' S. Interviewer) On you give
:....,, any
Tuesday, March: 18 Hospital Jacksonville, Wednesday other reason why you prefer It?
of rnix W7"W .
last week.
I- BAR G A IjN/ DAY'-Admission. lye .. ., ... /." ; J ., llou.ewlfe: The tact that il itfl' r r
Marjorie Rambeaq and ,Allen Hale In Miss : COMP r tea mos yia, rnno** otb for mt.
Virginia MaIne. I
of Altoona A" :
"TUG BOAT ANNIE:SAILS AGAIN" Penna., Is a new employeat WL..CAItRY1: .' I ) 3 tr t ,,, 1 ,
Jacob's store. Mrs. Maine !. /
Also-'"The Boar Hunt" and Cartoon a niece. of Mrs. John Capps. OF;: <'BIRDSEYE I FROSTED' FOODS v "r 'rile 4' I' ,

Wednesday March 19-One ,Day Only Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ryata. of .. .,!0' I'E
Lane Sisters In ,.
Jacksonville, and daughter, Mrs. .
"FOUR MOTHERS"Latest Martlle Willis, of Atlanta Ga., IIr'W-
visited friends here '
M. .G. M. Newsreel and Merry Melody Wednesday. .

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Alexander of 'E1
Thursday, March 20-: One Day. Only Gainesville were guests of Mr. 4. lotenrlower" ,And there's a fact \ I' C
Thomas Mitchell In Alexander's parents Mr. and Mra : .thai thouMnd of hnuncwlvei agree \1 k

"FLIGHT FROM DESTINY" F. Hemingway, last Sunday. A.: M DARBY'SPhone .mead*,hh.' Due titttn Southern you more Twin than Pack that 2-in fur-l i.4. f,'

Also-Bob Hope Comedy I i* a bread with s finer feature and '
Mrs. C. I. Moitt, Mrs. F. B. l bread that stays l o" IwcauM It; !!
Johns, Ira WV Andreu, and Floyd It b 'Twin-Packed." Ask your itroter f tii r
Green were called to Lacoochee .for Southern Twin Pack 2-in-l) Drnd. :
last week because of the illness 77 212 Call St. Starke, toJay. \.1 t"" ,
of N. E. Andreu, who died shortly
NAT SEZ: after their arrival., ''III 2 'fl.,,
I don't see any reason why I -........ -- 1 4" J<' ,.
4 should have to pay the Bradforu It
County Telegraph for printing ( 4 "; ',;
my stuff when the Saturday c' a f '" ta'
yG "
does J
Evening Post It for nothln. I .4

Just goon to how you that these
email town editor's don't know

their tmnlneM. 1. TWIN PACK WHITE-Two .
half laves whit. bread individually -
t44frPkktx.j wrapped in.ide" Twin Pack
3 New: Patterns! ,381
,2. TWIN PACK 2-in-l-|falf KM' ,
whit bread, half loot wheat'

{Season-right Color CombinationsIn wrapped Pack bread. Both and t-rarred.1o halve* individually Twin r 1's' s s t

:Sn. wrapper.
-_ ,t 'TwIn Pack1 Is M titlutit Southern..
S -Soppoettng Sock Bread future:Ask four grocer for '. '
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B. IL S. .
There's 3 BellsWhat'll Meet The SeniorsIRIS WHEN MY SHIP
Bdltor-ln-CMef Jack Halle Prophecy For Senior Class Of 1941By WygEg L'f
Green The other
Society Editor Betty You GrabThe CREWS WILLIAMS day in school: !
n, drl'a Sporta Opal PeeleBoy' paragraphs stn
South Florida. York. which I
Davis following replies were re- This week we are going to at. came 10.
Sr View. Point Sports -- Buddy Sadie Prince Mary Townsend Merle Packham Is. a manufac- Mary Lee Johnson Is a tele- ceived In answer to the queatlor tempt to tell you about one ol eye made me think seriously! !"!

turer of a proven kiss-proof lip- phone operator in Jacksonville "What would first ir senior several minutes. 1
Snoop 'N Peep Grace Green j you grab our most popular girls, The title
Band &: Scout Mack Futch After much research work we stick. It Is reported that Merle Junior Johns :s a promising case of fire?" Iris (Crews) Williams The latter well have been called III1c:

Clooa News Melba Moody found the class of 1941 Bradford personally tests his product. young architect. Junior's latest Florence: "Don't ask me." part of Iris' name Is rather Ship Comes In.Tho'When Y

II'' ,i. Glee Club Lillian Barnes High which we always knew was Melba Moody Is a well-known assignment was to draw the blue Madge G.: "My pocketbook.." hard for ua to remember at pres. of the subrltt

', r Biographies Irl Crews an exceptional class to be en- beautician here in Starke. prints for a new addition to B. Louise Stern: "Why I'm us ent as she only acquired it last whole thing Was It

"e Alumnae Marie D. and gaged In the following professionsIn Louise Jordan Is the operatorof H. S. ually In too big a hurry to think Sunday. In other words Irk continues to send shIps t lilt

+ Ferrol Jonea this year, 1961: a thriving tourist camp near Effle Crawford is employed in of anything." baa joined the ranks of married will come back in; if one dl

4 jokes Louis Jordan Perry Gainey is a famous Camp Blanding. a candy factory here at Starke Alta: "If I could get myseli girls in the senior class who now, send them out, they cann a

r.-T. A. Edgar Wilkinson sports announcer over'a nation- Jeanette Parker writes) a column which has been erected to supplythe out it would be all I could do." number' four. back In. Of course this want

Special Reporters wide hook-up. It seems as though entitled "Advice to the Love- soldiers at Camp Blandlng Louis: "Misa Fernandez." Iris. known also as "coot" ferrlng to real ships whIch k

:Mary Townsend, Jeanette Parker Perry's gift of gab comes In lorn," which Is published dally in with sweet Iris: "The nearest thing to me." ."half-pint". etc., claims the" dls: the Seven Seas, but *

handy In this profes ion. seventy-five papers throughoutthe Janie Marr la the dietician for Jack: "My feet.. Unction of being the smallest 1 In I not we too let' our ships Pew
seven seas? The
Ruth Simpson Is runlng a nation. the local school cafeteria. Stanley: "Iris." the senior"class! since she ia under efforts whlth"
Editorial forth
big "dude" ranch out In Nevada. Carolyn Keene Is the secretaryto Clare Mae Eunice has gone Into Mra. Anderson: "If it was I five feet in height and seldom to gain a certain *
are seldom
IT SEEMS: TO ME Billy Grlffls Is the captain ofa the President of the United the, flower raising business and really on fire I'd just check out." reaches one hundred founds i in fruitless, and e'L J
they are
tp boat which is reported to excel States. her nursery Is famous throughoutthe Key: "My boots with me In 1 weight. we realize that We 7J

1p '' Success III a thing to work the "Queen Mary" In size. :Mary Townsend has 'just nation for the beauty of the 'em" During her four years here at or take, the the good bad,will along with tbebe

for-It has never been handed out finished a book called "Returned plants. not be goo
Fannie Silcox Is the Dean of B. If. S., Iris has made many You remember
'' t to anyone on) a silver platter and I women at the State College for With the Breeze," which Ia not, Martha Mathews has followed ThoughtsOn friend and la very well liked BO Grasshopper the fable of"n.,I

never will be. There Is one way, Women at Tallahassee as many people suppose a sequelto In her- father's footsteps and now we wish her much happiness and which the and the Ant"
and only one way that It Is obtainable "Gone With the Wind," which owns the largest dairy in the. Graduation"Four in the future. grasshopper was J
W. C. Crosby has just pub success tent to flirt
aril and( that 19 by using was so popular ten years ago. state of Florida. around all day
1 ; She likes all kinds of
''l lished a book on the subject, "How more weeks and we'll bout e sports beautiful do, '
brains and hands togetherand Muriel Hall Simpson Is still Madge Gay is an Instructor in nothing (
your To Grow Taller in Ten Easy Lea- of the calaboose," Is the glad dancing, and friendly people. storing food for winter Tl
Home Economics In Tallahassee : ,
really happily married and gives good put )
sons." cry that the Juniors and other She dislikes people who tendto no effort, send
So many young people now advice to her neighbors on, "Howto at the State College for Women. ] business but their no ships OUL t
i underclassmen are raising everyone's contrast
now to !it
adays think they can just step Novla Sapp Is running a famous make a happy home." Mildred Chesser Is the head may be seen *
but there Is odd silence the own. l
an on squirrel
i 'out of high school and be a big tourist hotel in Palm Beach. Robert Jackson Is a well known clerk In a large clothing store in busily states
somebody. High school Is almost Robert Ward lg her able business: radio comedian who tinkers with Miami. part of the seniors on this sub and other nuts Sometime. J

L like kindergarten In a way- manager. jallopies In his spare time. Troy Loadholtz is a leadingman ject. Perhaps they are now be Gossip First HandMy winter food supply Is wholly s|

''r that it Is Just preparation for Lorena Polk la a ,well-known Dorothy Alvarez Is an airplane in the moving picture in- ginning to realize the gravity of goodness, but aren't those partially destroyed. !DOC th,1
what's' ahead. cooking expert who gives weekly hostess working for one of the dustry. Hill latest is a horse position. home economic students learning squirrel give up? No I

a all In this broadcasts over N. B. C. big transatlantic airlines.Florence opera. entitled "The Villain Coolly After twelve years In the abet There are two kinds of MM,I
To get any where at to sew!'-They had better, too if the kind
tering protection of school it 1 is send out
Stanley Noegel Fred Mersereau has joined Departed. ships ID
day and time, one baa to put his very many .diamonds I come the kind
shoulder right down to the wheel Astalre'a place as 'a "hoofer" for an expedition which Is preparing Juanita Priest is a bookkeeperfor no easy task to adjust yourself around. who do not. n.

:, and push! the movies. I for an exploring trip ,Into "dark- a local business firm. to the everyday world outside of Have seen the seniors' Invitations ships may be a friendly amu.
-Jack Halle. Sadie Prince Is the owner of a I est Africa." school. The seniors are being helping hand, a n encouragta'l

fashionable hat shop on Fifth Eugene Chason la a well known OPINION OF AN : confronted with the' terrifying ? They are really beau- word a few minutes work 0111,,1
problem of, "What I going: tiful. I hear they are getting lesson, and.for those I
am who
Avenue in N. Y. C. bass singer in the Metropolitan are I
Laugh A LittleMr. Ruby Silcox Is the girl's athletic Opera Company. AMERICANDid to, do when I finish school. I quite Impatient about the banquet ginning to look for jobs, a !fel

coach at Vassar feel like I want to do so and so: too. extra minutes for
College. Marie (Dyal) McDavld finds dressing,
Futch: "I believe you it ever occur to you what So Florence went skating last I
Jack Halle and his famous time but I'm not sure. I'm so uncertain more careful pronunciation
or- from her home duties
away Is really behind the German u
missed class Geraldine political
yesterday Seems
my Thursday night. as thoughshe
Such ia the words a J
chestra, which Is to problemof straightforward
." reported in Jax to conduct a kindergarten. party which Is called Naz- must baud had a swell time. n>
rival Artie Shaw's have j just Among her pupils are some of ism? I have thought It over and graduating students who, years nor, an eye to the best wbkj
Have noticed that Alta
Geraldine: "No, I didn't sir- you the
for ago did not decide on their future holds Send yonj
opened a week's engagementat the children of her former class decided that the great gnllded pro
not In the least"Grace fession and work toward Smith seems to be happier at ships out loaded with I
the that
Coconut Grove In Hollywood mates. front is but a screen to hide real noon day? good, word

O.l: "Dot I hear a Key Sargent'has just set a new activities. goal.You So,every Iris has joined the while cargoes and they will ml
mouse." Agnes Rimes Is teaching Latin time record In a night around the They say their goal Is for the students who still have a return to you empty or conUtl
who look for their certain "truck"to
Dot O.: "Well, what do you at our dear ole alma mater B. H. world which bears the appropriate good for all. That all would prosper year or more left in your school pass. Ing bad, rotten stores. I

want me to do-get up and oil S title of, "The Spirit of B. H. when It was obtained. That careers, now Is the time to deride Louise they say had better -Marjorie Thompa

It?" Joe Ooyles Is an expert me- 8." all would live with equal rights. on your profession. If you bring those pictures and stop Typewriter and adding raarhlJ

chanic In one of the Ford Auto- Hazel Smith is a famous sculpture But behind this front there liesa continue "putting It off" until to forgetting them. Wonder who is ribbons also other office nuppfcl
Douglas: "This coffee tastes mobile factories. Some of her better known will be
more definite reason a much morrow presently you in that picture that he Is having for sale at; the Bradford lean|
luce! mud.. Grace Green Is the star in a works of art have been placed in better reason for their activities. faced with the same problem that enlarged? I believe it was taken Telegraph Office.

r', ,;/ Enos: "1t ought to-It was new broadway musical. the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each ardent Nazi hopes for faces some of the seniors now- Kid Day.
this Louise" Stern la the principle ofa Iris (Crews) Williams Is uncertainty about life's To
ground morning now riches, and power over men. Each your Hmmmm-those State Farm .
girl's college In the mountains engaged in that noblest of all one works hard that he may obtain career; therefore decide on what girls. Little birdie told me they \ relienco'LDS S
Jacq. A.: "Aren't those chimes of
i Kentucky. professions--she is a busy house- the torture, cruelty, and Imprisonment work you wish to take up when even rode home in a taxi last
beautiful T Such harmony, so en- Alta Smith Is a famous nurseat wife. finish '
However she still finds of others. The luxury you school and work toward Thursday afternoon. Now don't

c, chanting. John Hopkins Hospital. Betty time to write articles on Interior that he never bas had, and never perparing yourself for it get worried and I'll let In on 666'J '
Bob: "You'll have to talk Green is you
also in thin professionat decorating for the, Good will ,have. All the big guns in and you will find your problem
secret. It was this
way "
louder. Those blasted bells are the Mayo" Clinic.1e'.i'f Drop
Housekeeping magazine.- Europe are;'np.hb1g:;,plot'e,.than.a your school ,career. the bus broke down and Betty, Cough Drops
making such a racket I can't bear Levi Starling .
an extensive Nelletha
Lavender ia a secretary I revival'of 'lust. That IS' what I oomewhat, lighter at the end of Iris, Margaret and Loralne-got Try "Bob-My-Tim" a Welder
you. farm and orange grove in In the "big city" of New think-what '" .- .. .
about you? -Mary Townsend a ride. C-* "' ''''' >'I .* MJnament

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Electric power fa ready MOW la tin
the wheels ol notional defenie industries.

The Unlfed States has (he

mat efficient meal economical try-

item ol inter-connected power plants

,' and transmission world.
( Hues la the

Your Sunshine Service) compan,'*
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j (, Dark shadows, glaring -- :" And your eyes tire quickly. ,

light and sharp ,make you go to bed early. .

contrasts. li'I,l Y r I > For safe, effortless seeing and ':

; more cheerful

Can you imagine gay laughter, plenty of mellow surroundings, glareless ,light use

worm hospitality, and beauty in' -the I. $.S. kind. After all, sight is

web a setting? Certainly not.

_ t priceless and good light is cheap. \ r

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e.!ther. Reading becomes} "work": -i 1 vj

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This is "SAVE, YOUR VISION" Week( (March 9-15)) .

Decide this week to: Defective vision "cripples" I

(1) Hove TOUT safe eves chocked h*
+ a, 9 *!. Oao la erory five school: children two

(I) Can us' and havo low )om.. amp. Sa every fI"o Young people ol college:
Ujco or .1000oUVlatiog checked. nr.9" ,on<* three out ol, low men and
... ., !..., CDIfI women ol SO ol 1
t1&.ow... years ago or over or
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MAR 1 14 1941

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Prevatt Billy Edwards, Coleman BO AT DRAIN I '

r- AROUND LAWTEY Phillips Teachers, Virginia for these Smith.department. I Hampton Happenings By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffl tI} :

of Bethel watt,
With Lee
Ruby Moore are: Beginner' Department-Mrs. Miss, Gladys I !
II. B. Arwood Mrs. J. T. Pre- M.V.. visiting Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Satan" i
Ity Mrs Morrow living several months In Brooker.
8. AIEETIIQMF4 ( I WOMEN'S MISSION UNION VACATION: BIBLE SCHOOL vatt. They are now at their home with day night. i
So Co ,OF TIR 3., ROBERTS MET ON MARCH 6TII ENROLLS: 70 rUI'ILSThe Primary Department: Mrs. Rob- Mrs. R. B. Brannon, formerlyof Mrs. Morgan's grandfather, Dan Harvey Gainey and Albert Grit.. '
otthrI i' 4, 'The regularbuainess ert Campbell :Mrs. M. B. Futch, Gainesville and now of Hampton Johnson.B. the bedsIde of r''',
meetingof ft visiting
Women's pall Vacation Bible were
entertained for her son Harold
e Graces Mrs. Lee Enfield..tunlor" .
service of Methodistrch the Women's Missionary Union School of the Lawtey Baptist Friday night, on the anni- L. McCralne, an employee of their aunt, Mra Katie Rlggs of
met Tuesday afternoon at was held at the Lawtey Baptist Church has been the most out Department:' :Mrs. War- of his fourteenth birth. the Southern Railroad, was takento Jacksonville, last Thursday night. '
home of Mrs. George W. Robe Church on Thursday, March 6th. standing project of the Church ren, Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck.! day.versary A number of the young set the Valdosta' hospital Monday Albert Orlffls and Gene Grit- I q

The President, Mrs. Lee Enfield and has met with tremendous Intermediate Department: MUMasaey. were present in spite of the Inclement morning He was suffering froma ft. attended the ball game Sun. I

Mrs. I. B. Cody prenided. success. Reverend Lee Enfield weather.Mr. severe heart a.tack. day afternoon at the airport. ; M
absent from Lawtey. the The Women of the W. M. U., Pastor, 8u..teVe: have never Mayor and Mrs. M. L. Wat Mia Margaret Morrell of Lake :
Mrs. W. E. of Ocala and and :Mrs. Frank Williams
?fine wls opened by Mrs. Rob- voted to discontinue the givingof seen a more vital interest In any. Royal terson were business" cullen In Butler, was visiting\ Mrs. W. E. a
f Jo and are now living In the Matchett
children Mary Bob are
L v1 -Pre dent. During theiness showers to all newly married thing given In Lawtey" Jacksonville, Thursday afternoonof Green Saturday night. ,
spending some time with Mr and apartment.
> i of couples in Lawtey. Heretofore Seventy pupils have enrolled last week. Harvey Gainey was visiting' in I '
I meetingae Cuii1 na Mrs. W. Fred Moore.13ROOKER. There are quite a few Improvements Betty Martha '
and Junior, children
aIon they have given many showers, during the two weeks course Jacksonville Sunday afternoon,
Building was made and unanimously but due to a growth in''the work which the school has run. Com- to some of the homes in of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home Mrs. CallU Oalney was 'vIMtingMra : ':,
Hampton this week. The house left Sunday for visit ,
a with theirgrandparents 'il.l
and a call to more important mat mencement Exercises will be held ;!
to Leo.of Bethel Sunday.
Wed E. E.
Christlanhserviemsets occupied by Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
of ask ters It was decided to leave that Friday night March 14 at 7:30: Ity Mm. ... L Parker at Reevesvllle and
of Grace Church toEB up to Individual friends. o'clock. Wadsworth is being i painted St. George, S. C. They were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lance RUM and
6h family KERNE-POLK white. The home recently pur as far as Jacksonville children of Leesburg were visiting j !
SI,00 building John Wyrlck gave an Interesting The students will present a resume W. Green Sun- '
towardmonth of March Miss Lorena Polk of Brooker, chased by Mrs Ella Hartllne la by Mrs. Horne Mr. and Mrs. E. ,; :t
I during devotional--"The Seven of what have
,t program they .,
being repaired. George Williams la confined to. day. '
of Mr. and
has to be paid be- learned daughter Mrs L. D.
I the money Wills. namely: Salutes to the Polk, and James C, Keene. son Miss Francis Johnson whose his home by an attack of flu Albert Griffls and Ralph Gainey
April 1, thee Miss Beverley Cady of Jacksonville American and Flag, the Christian Flag of Mrs. Tulle Keene of Ft. Myers, fourteenth birthday anniversarywas Krnont Boyd Is also confined to'' made a business) trip to Gainesville I
meeting to be at the Bible; the f
next memorizing Tuesday, was honored with his home by an attack of flu. Monday. II "
is the house guest of :Mr. Books of were quietly married, :March 8,
Mrs. Hermie Kelley on the Bible, the Ten Commandments '
of it party In the home of her parents -
and Mrs. L. II. Hill. In Starke at the home of County r
sJay March 25th. Mrs.. Anne Linton, Miss\ Cedora tudes Pslams. the Beati- Judge Jo:. K. ferryman., Mr. and Mrs. Dim John 'i ':
followed song, and many .Bible FUNERAL DIRECTOR
pleasant social hour Connor and Herbert ,Wooda of The bride was dressed! In blue son.At j'j'i I
h business session. Among Lake Butler were Sunday afternoon stories. They will also. display with accessories to match the conclusion of games' the Sty Many You. in Kiperlence" ,, Makes It Pmvlble for Me to HeaderKITICIENT : "
Ese attending! were: Mrs. J. H. visitors at the home of Miss their hand work which for thebt'glnnel'S guests were nerved refreshments.The PROMPT and COURTEOUS 8KUVICB! ;
Mrs. Keene will graduate fl'OnDrlldol'll \
Lre Herbert Hazzard, consists of cut outs honoree received lovely
Pauline Fulrcloth.
L Mrs. Mary and coloring, the making of wood High School with the Sitt!). J w
Hermie' Arthur Grlffls expects to return class! of 1941. DeWITT C. JONES 1 '
mottos by the older boys and I II .
Lnelt and Mrs. Hal Edwards. I About 20 young people were invited
his work
to as pharmacistat SUike Florida
cloth samplers by the girls. Mr. Keene attended Ft. Myers I to be with Miss Johnson
fjir./ and Mrs. Ury'G. Sapp of the Canova Pharmacy In During the service about sixty I High School and at present la I Mr. and Mrs. George \V. Saxon r iif
Ijte and children weretiling Starke about April 1st. Mr. Grlffls employed by civil service In the :
Butler pupils! who have regularly attended I have moved I to the Henry Saxon J
Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr.jl for some time was -confinedto each day will receive sates! office at Camp Blandlng.Mr. : arm. J
I Mrs J. B. McDonald, Sun- his home because of illness diplomas. I and Mrs. Keene will be at Little Itruce Hall, won of Mr, yMwrM l '
but Is now able to be out again. home to friends and relatives In and MI'II. Freeman Hall la "1Ktxa
Mr. and Mrs. Will II. Edwards Beginner's Department: Klma recovering \
Miss Elizabeth Plummer, stu- Mrs J. H. Moore and Mrs. J. T. Crews, Glen Crews, David Kelley, Ilrooker. from pneumonia In the : II

hi nurse of Riverside Hospital Witt spent Wednesday in Jack Bobble Bennett Hardy Taylor, SHOWER: FOIL BKII>E Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville ,
kksonvllle, spent the week-end sonville. Betty Durban, Benton Futch, Mrs. entertalnf'dWednesday He Is now able to have the : :
Lloyd Dyul
Mr. and Mrs. oxygen tent removed.
th her parents Mary Julia Futch.
J B. Plummer. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! Primary Department: J, T. Pre- with afternoon. March 5, The many friends of Mra. Josephine 8AKfMr P0VVOER ,\
miscellaneous honoring
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore Arthur Redding celebrated his vatt, Jr., Bobby Campbell, Kmma a Sullivan will regret to learn ',

Ire in Jacksonville Saturday" aft-i: birthday anniversary on March Joyce Bennett, Loca Refuse Ann bride.Mrs. Roy McDuvld, a recent hut she Is seriously 111 at the j M ULL.....for ', :I
fcoon, and spent'the even In" 12 and Mrs. M. B. Plummer Carter, Idel Durban Robert home of her son, Cleveland Sul- TRY IT TODAVITJ Hmi I '
|th Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.' Moore follows on March 13th.CONGRATULATION. r Whitehead, Marvin Warren, Don Games and contest were eni Uvan of Theressa. HI6H QUALITX INSURES 6 TTER KlN6 do*.a ldist 'f I
joyed throughout the afternoon, bciphi
I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hammerer: : tw
Baldwin. S Mr. ald Bennett Ada Edwards, Ann nil rucl']M'. I I
I Mr. and Mrs. -W., B. Plummer and Mrs. E. A. Edwards celebrated Moore, Sidney Bell Manning Carl and prizes were won by Mrs. of Philadelphia Pa., are spending R aw_ .B.s.tigRBFTY rr
Howard Mott Mrs Lloyd Barry, I I :
lent Sunday In Brooker with J: a wedding anniversary Taylor, Jr.. Linda Carradine.. J. birs Vasco Hazen and Mrs several weeks In Hampton with ,
fi Plummer's parents, Mr. ands March 8th. L. Smith, Colleen Durrance, Cleon Joiner. their neicen, Mrs. James Gnann i" 1> ',
John Cone. I Crews. .> May Sweeney, and Mrs. r

__ _,.. Junior i Joella The bride received many useful Claude May. While In Hampton II
-- .- -- ##JO ..# .I>-..., ,.. ,.. .. Department:
"#"'''' 11-I I IL IIIf I ---r'------- r".r ; .7 and attractive gifts.
;I I I J 1 Wooten, Carolyn Prevail. Estelle hey are staying at the home of
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Later In the afternoon delicious
News Seen Dennett, Prevatt Nora Lee the hatter
The World's Through Ruby ,
.of cake and punch
Mrs. H. H. Harris of
Savannah .
Prevatt Beatrice .
Edwards: Virginia -
4 THE: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn t Anders, 'Roger Peele James were served to about forty-five Ga., Is spending a few days herewith
Assisting Mr I Dyal In
guests. :
International : Carl Edwards, Durban her husband It 1ib
Daily Newspaper Phillips : Fay r
serving were Mrs. L.V. Sowell
Mrs. Ethel Jones and neice
Barbara Ann Plummer Linda ,
Fre from ScnMiional- ,
it TrUlhful-Construc1. *-Unbiased- and Mrs. Al Herndnn.
jm_Editorials Are Timely and Instructive and Its Daily Carter, Margaret Carter. Jennie MIIIIJ Ethel Durllng, are spending Do Your Trading "
with, the Weekly Magazine Section, Make the week In Plant City, /
teaturcTogether Maude Prevatt, Lou Edwards: Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children t ty' y,

the Monitor_en_ _Ideal!_Newspaper_ _for_the_Home._____ _____. Hattie Manning, Maude Taylor, were visitors to Gainesville S. F. Webb has as his guest where 6 pieced", Rogers Silverware are I
The Christian Science Publishing Society ;, Henry B. Bennett H. C. Crews, I Friday.. this week his wife and his given away with every $40 in trade
One Norway Street Boston MassachusettsPrice ,, Ernestine Moore, Ernest Wells, Mrs. I. W. Plnholater spent Sun mother, Mrs. A. B. Husband of or certificates.Are t to

$12.00 Yearly or $1.00 a Month. 15.r Clara Mae Griffin, Leslie Thomas, day at Hampton Lake with rel Valdosta, Ga. Monday they drove II Saturday! Issue, including Magazine Section, $2.60 a Year. Junior Smith.Intermediate. atives. to St. Augustine for several days i,, c,... SMITH'S GARAGE 'S
Introductory Offer, 6 Issues 2) Cents. Department: Bob- Mr. and Mrs H. P. Morgan fishing.Mr. \'ou sore

.." by Plummer, Catherine Wooten, spent the weekend l In Wllllaton and Mrs. Ernest Morgan STAUKB, FLORIDA
Evelyn Warren, Mary Bell Smart,,,, with Mrs. Morgan's parents, Mr. have returned to Hampton after t
Add'e.----------------------------------------J--; Irene Prevatt Dorothy Prevatt,,, and Mrs. Elllaton.'

R Ruby Mae Smart, Evelyn Edwards -. Mrs. J. W., Kelley was in -- --- .! r

t "" ,, ,. 1 Vergle Drawdy, Klzzle Mac I Gainesville shopping- Friday. .J
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of
Baldwin were visiting relatives d

here last week. Balls of Fire t
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and Eight
x ;: ;
: Tough job to do ? were Leslie visiting Thomas Mrs.of Alice Jacksonville- Thomas

over the week-end.

pause and was Miss visiting Joella her Barry parents of Mr Starke'and c and how they can travel! ,

Mrs. O. VV. Barry, Saturday '
night. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were IP you like fireworks and*who 1 t

visiting >Mr, and! Mrs. Sanford! doesn't, it's really too bad you ,

Ritch at Raiford Sunday.Mr can't see what goes on i inside that i "
and Mrs. Raymond Crews t .
a of Jacksonville _were guests of sparkling big Buick FIREBALL eight r .

Mrs. Crews parents, Mr. and Mrs. that romps you so easily down the
Barry, Sunday. I broad highway '' 5r l 'i t ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazen t
were shopping in Jacksonville 1
last week. There you'd see eight busy cylinders

1 Mr. and Mrs W. H. Bryan of with pistons flashing! up and 4 I ,i ;

Gainesville were guests of Mrs. down : d, h
Bryan's mother, Mrs. Charles.

S y Hardy, Sr., Sunday. You'd sec each fuel charge packed V, Mil
4N .y I Many people from here attendedthe
Bradford County Singing Convention tight into a tiny bundle shaped like '
at Graham Sunday.HIGHLAND a flattened ball. '' y} rj
d a
I s

You'd sec the spark leap, the flame }

By Miss Beth Wimberly spread the piston thrust down with t< I.

.. Mr. and b1're. Clarence Davis extra force as each furious fireball

of Starke are spending a few lets go its pent-up wallop.
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.S. 4

i C. Harley. You'd see all this happening as fast Zt?
N The friends of S. C. Harley
many thirty times second in each of those
as _
will be glad to learn that his
father who has been very 111 Is eight t cylinders-and we think you'd ,

much Improved. understand then just why there's
Carson Griffin was'a visitor to and exciting satisfaction
such a special -
Jacksonville Tuesday. '
in the Uuick travels. t
M. T. Knight of Maxvllle was way a 11

a visitor here Wednesday. its" So when you've got these eight balls
j Mrs. Jack Wilkinson of Max Gasoline gives up more of power tti +
s 'yIN J( .h'GuyI 1 t< f, vllle was a visitor here Friday. when it's packed as tightly as it is here. of fire working busily under, the

r ,:r pit Mrs. N. T Green and childrenof .- bonnet you really travel

Starke were visiting\ relatives t That special, flat- ,e

here Mr.Saturday.and :Mrs.. D. C. Reid were tened-ball shape, of You travel farther on every gallon ,,

visitors here Saturday. gu1CK rs5eto.M : the compressedfuel : and you travel more pleasurably T* J'
Mm.! Winnie Wlmberly, Miss! charge means
Ethel Ricks, Miss Beth Wimberly '
smoother better
and Carson Grtffts were In Starke You travel-but, shucks: Why. listen 1.t
J Sunday. if 91S burning, full focus
y = : of the power on to talk when there's.a Buick: dealer ,

; BOOTSEY'S' BEACH for *t>a'frlSiatt the piston head, nearby waiting to show you how youBusiness +

Ily Miss Kffle Crawford CouPe where it counts. travel behind a FIREBALL? '

When need to feel refreshed, turn to the S 1 at l1i"/, .It) a
you Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan fox, 'U'J

complete refreshment of ice-cold CocaCola.You and recent family guests of
1 mother, Mrs. Jean Ga ltlJIIJ. and a"pk: :'' .WJfA. ''l/ [

will welcome It. Coca-Cola has the re- Miss Effle Crawford wan shopping ? 1&1"1.- .. I '
In Jacksonville one day last jiff tat. 14
freshing taste everybody likes. So when you week. rut notlif. tXIMflAt Of CINIIAt Motors. VMM ;
f..I Mrs. Will lard Gaaklns has been

pause throughout the day, make It the pause U1 At her horn here' ,4

that refreshes with icecold'CocaCola.. friends and relative in Boat. .

drain. Madison and Walnut Streets Starke Florida ft4
Mrs. Roberts and baby of Or- Corner ,

BOTTUD UNDO Aim.o mr or TI1g COOUXH-A COMPANY BY lando are spending a while herewith '.

BOTTLING CO. her daughter and son-in-law, WHIM arm AUTOMOBIUS Att IUIIT IUICK WILL uuo TKIM
STARKE COCA-COLA Mr. and Mrs. WUlIard Coklns.




14 1941

iiaL ,


Woman's Club Honors Mr and Mrs Thomas Chalmers, file In my of floe, this the Ird day five tOO feet north and southIn ranll';': t..enty.two
t Telephone) Company Newton E. Andreu of March, A. D. 1141. the town of Starke Bradford asess.d at $49e till)
t4i Wives of Officers of Highland Park 111., who have (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas County State of Florida; *....... a. Lots II

Cable Newton E. Andreu, native of been wintering a t Clearwater, Clerk. _____ 2.7 51 4.4: ed at $1.000. (8) and two fractional(2)). four lot) &III

Lading Bradford County died February At' Camp Blanding stopped by W. T. Clute's office 2. Lot one (1), two (2), three ((2) of block thirty-five \ ' OF punMCATiomIVOTICK and four (4) of block one ((1) l'of. John' to((16))
Tile Starke Telephone Co. is 26 at his 'home In Lacoochee, and Monday for a brief visIt with TO APPEAR l' k Ik,"
In honor of the wives of officers The Slate of Florida to John R.Hlociim In R. N. Dowllng's addition In assessed. .
$430radford .(0...
laying i.OOO feet of underground funeral services were held In Miss Beryl Holland, also formerly whose residence. Is unknown the town of Starke, as per map at ...
who are stationed at Camp and survey -of said plot recordedIn which said ;'
afternoon Feb of Highland You are hereby notified 'aDDlleatlon
Dado City, Friday park. :
residential section the public record of Bradford to Sell willaccordance be for
N Cttbfo. Ih the i Standing the Woman' Club gavea that bill of complaint for divorce based
(' 28. and due affidavit for this order County Florida In Book F, page withATTENTION the earn ..
according b nand beautiful tea Friday afternoonat In the survey of Call Street two has been filed In the Circuit Courtof 564 Bald lands being/ and lying; 01)0 tile In the Shove 1'.UUoI lit). .
Mr.; Andreu was 0 I' the club house, from four until Bradford County, Florida. In a in the northeast quarter of the eARlI W : CO)
reared just went of Starke and weeks ago the Telegraph inadvertently cause wherein. Doris H. Hlorum I* southeast q u a r ter of section of Allie Whie tlIncmpsl, 1h
"there are 102 wires In' this I his six o'clock. The artistic decorations omitted the fact that the the plaintiff and John R. Slocum UII, township fix (t), south of a.u ''It feU Mt.
? k' iW" iar. Company attended school here during In and white Is defendant and hereby
/ Bishop s were green : you
Bradford has
< Hardware Co.
later recently -
He'waa the eldest son to In said causeon
boyhood. required appear
to lay ferns used effectivelywith
ptans a little potted being
I added a new Bradford the 6th day of May 1941. Bradford
i i cablo also along Jefferson St., of A. M. and Caroline E. Andreu. a profusion of white gladioliand County employe !in the of County Telegraph I...' designated !
He left Starke when a'young man person as the newspaper In which
and i,Out> to the Bradford High and waa'employed for some timeIn statice. Jewett Fogg,', of Granam.NOTICK this order shall published once j' THE ,A & A. CAFE IS NOW 'OPEN ANDo
tr of the business week for four consecutive weeks
back a
School: also Receiving the guests were Mr.
I Jacksonville, later going t o prior to said return date. Witness .... READY TO SERVE YOU
f hoiutoft and down Madison St."Tfaere R. II. Kelley, wife of the executive Oil' APpr..r"T'OolFon : my hand and official seal at .
F work for' this Cummer Lumber T[X DRKU!:
tree In at' ] Starke, Fltrldo. this 7th day, of. Plate Lunch _-.___ 25 ,
officer Standing &
are so many 'Camp !* B ---------------- 35,
Co., first as locomotive engineerand NOTh19 HEREBYOIVENTHAT March, 1941.OFFICIAL
In the way of and the officers of t b e Starke 13 Regular Dinners ... ____
rite _
flu that get later as woods superinten Alva N. Colmn. bolder of ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas --- -------- -- _. 49.

the poles" said'Mr. Bishop. "Then Lacoochec Woman's Club: Mrs. K. G. Duncan Tax: Certificate Numbered respectively Clerk Circuit Court BradfordCounty I Special Chicken Dinners --------_____ SOc
'He had at
dent.' Florida 3-14 4t 4.4
and rlseus4 the 4th.
i eat the wlrea. president, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
too, the squirrels for the past 19 years and wag day of July A. n. lUll. has toadsame
The Initial cost Ifl more, he said, of the Cum. 1lr A. Z, Adktns, Mrs In my office and hue made II'* TUB COUNTY JUDGF1"! COITOT. THE A & A CAFE

lit but It la much more desirable to I In the employment E!. L. M a \ \ hew .. Mrs. C. A. application for .tax deed to be Issued IN A N I. F O H BHAUKOUB
t mer Co., for 43 years. thereon. COUNTY F1ORIDAIN BEHIND CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
'' have' the wires underground."One Knight Mrs N.' D. Wainwright, Said Certificates respectively TIE: K8TATJ2 OF AU.IB'

will be used In each Mr. Andreu lit i survived by his Jr., Mrs. T. T. Long Mra W H. embrace the. following described WHISNANT HOMKTIMES
pole In the of Brad SPKLJ.Kn WH1SNUT: IN-
propertied County
widow Mrs.' Mamie Andreu: one
I) + //1 :; t block with a terminal on It. The Hart, and Mrs. L. F.' Chapman. ford, State of Florida to-WIt: COMPJ3THNT...
eon V, A Andreu both of La Lots S, 12 of Klk 14 Ward City NOTICE) APPLICATION TO
smallest terminal will take care coochee; five slaters: Mrs. F. B. Assisting in entertaining were: Section 8 Township 7 South, Range FELL' LAND BEN SUSLOW
a of ten telephone, while the large Mrs. K. L. Williams, Mrs. J. W. 20 3nst, Is embraced under Certificate Notice Is hereby given to all
f Johns, Mrs. W. H. Green, and ?-o. S3. whom It may concern that I, Earl
> t Will tuke care of twenty. Kincald Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss
1 Whlsnant, as Guardian of Allie MILITARY SUPPLIES AND
all of Starke Lots
Mrs. C. L Moltt ; of BIk 14 Ward City .
I five." gold Mr. Bishop. Evelyn Stump, Mrs. L. D. Yin- Sectlnn 8 Township 7 South, Range Whlsnant, sometimes spelled W hi. ,
Mrs W. A. Alvarez, Jacksonville; nut, of theheirs
an Incompetent one
Ing. Mrs. Charles Wad Mrs. J. 30 Kant, Is embraced under Car- ARMY WOOL LUMBER JACKETS
The Company hal spent more of. Perry Dover, Deceased, ,
Mrs S. L. Stroup. Crystal River; ttflcate: No. 34. ---- $2S&&
''t than $1,000 for new telephones W. Epperson Jr., and Mrs. The will on the Ittth : rckflP An It. I COTTON RIDING PANTS .._,.
and one brother, Ira VV. Andreu, assessment of the said property 1041. at 10:00 I the fore-1 ---------? SIM
since work at Camp Hlandlng began George B. Flynn, Misses Frances under said certificate No. 3.1 noon or as soon thereafter as the ARMY WOOl SHIRTS ____
Starke. In ----------- JIM
;C.glX 4 Mr. Bishop stated. Theyhle Peek Helen Dowluig Betty and ,was Ward: the the assessment name .of of Mrs.the T.said P. mime K.. porrytnan.may be County heard, Judge apply In to and K ARMY COTSGUARANTEED- -------- -------------_, tutlONI

Installed fifty new telephones Margaret Stringfellow, Clara property under said certificate No. for Bradford County, Florida, at REBUILT ARMY SHOES
II [ ::14 was In the name of Mrs. E. J.
omeclmi"gJay his office In the Court House IntRrke.
and Just as -apUHy as l ---- ----- -
-- ---------
; pwialble they are replacing the The Pine Level Church will observe and Mrs. W C. Powell. Unlpsn said certificates. shall be sell at private Bale. the entire Interest SPECIAL outfit khaki
complete and
1 pants shirt
i redeemed and estate of Ails J2.M
I according" tn law theproportion Whlnnant
old type telephone with new Mrs. L. A. Canova, piano, and
HomecomIng'next Sunday, i described therein will be Incompetent, In and to the following
; v hand qet, or "monophone" type. March 16, and everybody la Invited Anita Courtmanche Burrell, violin, sold to the highest. bidder at the described lands located In the
Courthouse door on the first Monday Town of Ktarke Bradford County
+ Instruments
a They have Installed to attend.JVtite's entertained with music during the In the Month of May 1941 Florida, and more specifically described "The Army Store"
for fifteen new subscribers Mr.Blahop first hour; and Mrs. Ellery M. which Is the 6th, day of May 1941. as follows to-wlti!
rmtert this 13th., day of March, 1. Kant one-half of lots five (K) ,
said and have other ap- Store Moved Davis, piano during the second A. D, 1941 and seven (7) In block sixteen. 209 E. Call Street Starke Fill

pllcatite.Beltamill, hour. A number of classic and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (16), original Stnrke, being fifty. ,
Clerk circuit Co u l' t. Bradford two and one-half (62H) feet east
Olin White has moved from his semi-classic: selections were en- I County, Florida. 3-14 4t 4.4 and west and one hundred andREAL _

J. Farmer former location on Call Street to Joyed by the audience. 'mIN1IIlY1ImYIWIININMYmIWIIIININIIInNII1NIMII11111NImINIIN' '/ / !''' '/''///'' '''"NNIIIINIYNIIWIIINYNImIN1YIImNNNIIWNNIaIIaIIm/NIIaIINNWIaa' / / /' / / / / ,

',' his "country style store" near the The tea table was placed in the onnRR op PUBLICATION II I
J. 70 timereeldent
Farmer 50c
one 50c
Bradford High School and George sun parlor and covered with an The State: of Florida to Susie, I -
ot Starke, died !In1' St. I Eleanor
a Kingwhose residence la
Pappas l is remodeling the place embroidered Chinese linen cloth '
unknown You
: are hereby notifiedthat
Feb. 24. He
Petersburg, hospital
and will serve "sandwiches andbeer" with Inserts of hand-made medal bill of complaint for divorce MADAM LEONA
had been a resident of that city and due affidavit for this orderhas
tt, for the past 83 years having early in April. lions and lace. Centering the been filed In the Circuit Courtof '-
table wa a modernistic bowl for Bradford Florida In a lrt JUST ARRIVED
been i engaged in the real estate THANKS u I or.ntrl'ar: ]ling Is I :
table arrangement, which c o n -
and Insurance business..Mr plaintiff and Husle Eleanor King Is
We wish to our appreciation defendant' and hereby
express talned Easter lilies and snowdrops you are required

Farmer was married, in to our friends, neigh- and between the flowers the 7th to day appear of April.In said 1941.cause Bradford on- Palmist and Advisor

i Starke to Midi Maude Bal den born, and relatives for their kind County Telegraph In designated >
were nine cream-colored candles Gives names dates and facts regarding all'affairs of IL'el!
who survives him. He Is also as the newspaper In which
survived; words of sympathy and for the shedding their soft light over the this orderhall be published once love, marriage and business. Will tell your innermost thoughliland

by two daughters. beautiful flowers during our recent scene. This artistic table arrange a week for four consecutive weeks I I desires. Causes speedy marriage, re-unites the separateI!
prior to said return date. Witnessmy
Before the turn of the century bereavement.-Mr. and Mrs. ment was under the direction of hand and official seal at how to better your business, get a position, settle lawsuits uf/|

Iq Mr.* Farmer was a co-partner withE Allen F, Hall Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mrs. L.. G. Powell. Tea and coffee Starke Florida, thla 1st day of IIONEST-TO- I
March, 1941. -' '1- estate troubles, lucky day and lucky numbers.
8., Matthews In ownership of McBae and family., were poured by Mrs J. M. Brown- (OFFICIAL REAL: ) 'A. J. Thomas,
the Telegraph. tie was a popular lee, Mrs. N. D. WaInwright, ST... Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford GOODNESS HOME For limited time only, $2.00 reading for 50c, with

k i citizen and has many frlenda Mr. and Mrs. J., W. Dame and Mrs. W. E. MIddleton, and Mrs. County, Florida1: 3-7 4t 3-28 COOKED MEALS this ad.. ,

among, the older l residents of daughter, Barbara Jean Mrs. S. L: A. Davis!! .. I Rooms for white and colored. Readings daily and
OltDFIl OP1 Ptinl.lCATION! - -
b Starke who will 'Sunday 9 till 9.
to learn
regret S. Dowling and Miss Nettle Dow- Much credit for the success of NOTICH TO "".'I."n ,
of his death.lIarley The State nf. Florida Margaret On Hwry I'28near 1'11I'IOO11'
ling spent Sunday In Jacksonville to DEPOT CAFEAT ,
this delightful affair Is due to Mult. Smith, whose residence. EAST PALATKA
MarketLook for Polnitot 81gB.a .
with friends and relatives. Mrs. C. A. Knight, fourth vlce- Ix unknown:. are hereby notified DEPOT 2
flu'o THE S. A. L. .
4 Newman that: a complaint for .
; president and social ,chairman divorce and due affidavit for thin. ",olmnNmmmonlmuYlmemmuminnNlmmnrnmamnlmNNnmslmtNlmmmlmminnnl",' / ,, / '' '''"mmsnwlmunnmmmnnmNmNlmn' "" ''''''''''''' ,
Mrs. V. S. St. John went to and to all other club officers. order has been filed In the Circuit : '
Harley Newman 4-year-old son Court of Bradford County, Florida, 1
Bradenton Wednesday, and was
Thanks are also due to the decorating ,
a cause wherein Walter Hmlth
of. Mrs Allen F. Hall
died Feb.
home her mother
accompanied by committee which was plaintiff and Margaret McH.
28 following a brief lUtiens. Funeral Smith la defendant and you are
Mrs Nellie Heath who will remain
composed of Mrs N. D. Wainwright
hereby required tn appear In said .
services were held '
Sunday, a month or so in Starke.J. Jr., Mrs. W. H. Hart and pause on the 7t",day of April. 1941.
March 2, at the Pine Level Bap Bradford Countx Telegraph. Is designated '
tist Church :Alrq. C.. H. Naaworthyt as In which
with Elder W. E. Hall B. Rowe spent Monday in I r this order shall he published once RETIRE THE OLD BUS
This outstanding social affair .
Interment was In Jacksonville. He Visited his eon a week for four r' Crosby Lake Cemetery. was enjoyed by about one hundred prior to said return date. Witnessmy :
Vernon and family,and called on hand ana official seal at

Pall bearers were Ray 'Haiti. his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Baker a persona Starke.. Florida. ,. ,this let day of _
March, 1 1141.
fennger, Homer Skeen Hugh patient in St. Vincent's Hospital. (OFFICIAL. SEALS A J. Thomas, ..

HalUwanger; J. R. Hall, Aubrey Engineers To DanceThe rlerk Circuit Court, Bradford
I County Florida.! 3-7 4t 8.28 FOR
'' Craved, and J. R Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. William NorrIs SPRING
106th Engineers will
Harley waa born April 1, 1936,, I had as their guests Sunday Mr. givea NOTICE OF SPECIAL M,' TER'S 'jLj,1Ialu ll

r ''t and his cheerful disposition will and Mrs R. H. Bartley of Jacksonville dance In the Armory Saturday Notice Is MALE IIl9i i fl' fiY'k ll j I II ;
night and hereby given that tinder
i' be i'mla ecl by thoau who knew and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. a groupof and by virtue of that certain Final I YIl1k1: ''i Inm 1l!+ltillllilI 4II/t /+l r 1IIlll'li! l,
girls from Starke and : ;
surrounding Decree of Foreclosure. and I 41.
Hule. II
Hlllmun, and Mr. and Mrs, Fred DRIVING +
towns. This Is only one rendered on the 25th day of Feb. I III 1nll'4ppN1er
Beside! his mother, ho Is sur'vlved Dodd and daughter, Lena, of of the' ruary A, D. 1141 by the Circuit yl'I 11 '
many such occasions to Court of the ltrhth. Judicial (" 11'- /

by his step-father. Allen F. Ocala. follow In the future. cult of Florida,.., In and for Brad rnllS,! _._:+,
Hall; a sister Ardella Hall; and ford County, In Chancery, In that

grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Road Patrolman Melvin McKln- certain wherein cause Frown ret w.therein Rudlnrrton pending In, I

McRae. ney lias a brand new 1941 Ford II. A. McKinnon, sales manager Plaintiff, and,.r1' A. Flitch and his .

V-8 business coupe. Reason: Sat for W. T. Clute, realtor, was liter wife, and Verdle Martha Futch.Kick James liter. and Kick-R ,I I SPRING SALE NOW GOING ON AT THE

i + Christian urday afternoon on Road 13 near I I a business visitor in St. Petersburg K.. Ferryman, .as Guardian Ad.I
; : N Come"tio"I several days the latter part Intern for the said' James Klckllter
the Farmers' Market he and D.
I and Martha
The Christian Churches of Bradford A. Judd had a collision. Mr McKinney of last week and the first 'of this !Matanxas Investment. Company minors, and a Western Auto Associate StoreDavis
'I week. corporation aredefendants
and Union Counties will meet sustained a bump on the ns Special. Master appointed ,

at; New River all day Sunday, : head, a sprained ankle and a'' I In said final decree nf fore <
., I Miss Beryl Holland was In ,closure-and sale will offer. tor"nle.nd ..ti
March SO. torn-up car. ,1
I ; 'will sell .at public auc.
Tampa Sunday to attend a ball tlon and outcry for cash to the

game, and ,while? In that part of Ilthellt and best bidder. nt the Tire Prices Reduced
Houth Front )'oor' of the Conntv
II CLASSIFIED ADSFOR the State visited also Clearwaterand Court house, In- Starke Bradford -

St. Petersburg for the first County Florida on Monday the
time. 7th day of April A. T>. tall( the GUARANTEED TWO ,FULL YEARS
same being; a legs) sales, day and
TUJI.R day of said. Court and with .Your Choice-SAFETY GRIP OR SUPER-SAFETY-Same Low Price
SALE--Stone warehouse In TYCEWRFTERS-New Reining in the legal hours of sale. on said
Mrs. 1. E. Deudon of Elgin III. date the following described landsand
Palatka 100x100 in good con ton portables, $5 down, $5 a who has been premises. situate lying and 5.50-17 lack Sidewall Black Sidewall White Sjdew
wintering at Clearwater
'ditlon. I need the money and month. Prices start at $29.75, being In the County of Bradford I Black $83 One Sidewall Iliad

Will\ sell cheap. W. J. Urynon Bradford County Telegraph, : Mr, and, will:Mrs.spend John next Uglow week with and Stnte Lots of One Florliliij tll. Two', to-wit(H,: Three (3), I Sl.lewaU 4.GO.21. $6.8.1.*. 5.50.16 $8.08.*. $10.22"!

_ 2066IWt'lit Denver Street, Jack. Starke, Fla. U Four (4). Five (5). six (6). Seven And old tire 6.25.16 10.n.... 00.16
sonvllle. 3-14 family. (7), Eight (8), Nine (9). Ten 4.75.19. 7.15..
2t1'"OR < IO), Eli'von (11), and Twelve 6.00-1 *. 6.50.16
FOR SALK One mule In $ %% 6.50.16 10.99
good <13), of Block Twelve O!) In 5.00-19. 7.40.* ,
S ALB]-Well equipped cafe, condition $85 cash.-Mrs. L. C. Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned Mon Temple's Addition, In the City of Black 9 12.19*. 7.00-15 13.6
SI'1'ke.The 5.25.17.
gDO Graham where she
Smith, Fla. Itp said lands to be sold In accordance 7.00.16 12.52*. 11.02"
Depot. Reasonable for cash. spent several days with her son with and to satisfy said old tire 5.25-18. 7.87.. 7,00-16

&ee,tara. A. Weatherabee at Depot 1lAt1Y CHICKS $2.83 hundred d In-luw and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.C. decree,.T. Frank Landrum, Special Super-Safety not available In these smaller sizes. + lncludes trade-In of your old tire

Cafe, 218 E. Washington up. Heavy mixed $' .85. Reds. C. Mendoza. Ma8t"

_ St. 4t and Rocka $8.20. C. O. D.- Sol' Mltorreforr'Plaintiff. 2 1-2 HORSEPOWER WIZARD

NICHOLS H A T C H C R IE S, The Woman's Society of Christian 3-7 6t 4.4 DAVIS DELUXE
Service of the Methodist OUTBOARD MOTOR
house at Hawthorne 4 bed. Kingston, Ga. 3-7 2t $43.95 OR STANDARD
Church will .\ TAP"! "
meet Monday after. riRCl IT COURT/ OF TIITO" '
rooms, dining room, kitchen, I noon a t three o'clock FiniiTii jriiiri\i riHrriT (IF'TIlIi1 Easy Terms. v
bath, and 2 porches. Apply FOR RENT-apartment for fan at the ) .TTM OK "" .OIIlU\. IV DeLuxe Guaranteed for<
church for a program and business ANTI FOR nusADF011D COVNTY.
illaa Ann LA Tidwell, Box 793, ily or connecting rooms for IN C14 '''('IUIY. BICYCLES Months. Standard
AS 18
meeting. Lois LOW AS $23.45
Ocala, Fla. 3-14 4tpStATB men or women. Suitable for M..r ___

army officers Mrs. F, H. Long -y"- ntltt for 15 Months
HIGHWAY ACREAGE 403 North Walnut St. Itp Ralph Rhodes who has been Edgar R' Marne.ORDRS For Divorce SIZES DeLuxe ataa4

710 ft.- frontage Starke. Make here visiting his mother. Mrs. D. of PUBLICATION WIZARD WASHING MASHINES

otter Write No; 9, ',893 3rd FOR RENT Furnished 3-room A. Monteith and Mr. Montelth. STATE! Oil' FJ.OHIOA $55.45 4.75 and '

'"n. N. returned Wednesday to Atlantawhere TO EDGAR B. MATES: $5
Y. C. or Box 729 apartment with porch. Equipped It 5.00-19 $6.H
appearing from the sworn bill Terms
Centre Moriches, L. I., N. Y with gas range and electric he is u training at Fort. ff Complaint *",,* ln Ihe above en. Easy.
McPherson.\ titled cause that the ipectflo 4.50-4.75.
.1. Up refrigerator. Private en of residence of Edgar F... Mayes, the 5.00-20 $6.59}
trance and private bath. Mrs. Defendant as particularly as Is WIZARD DELUXE BATTERIEsT $5.99 $S'OS'
BABY CHICKS Emmett Perr,man. Jr.. ArchThowaa. known to Plaintiff Is Dell, Ar 4.40-4.50-21
} P. H. H& a k Ins {' Keystone kansas; that said. Defendant. Is over Guaranteed For 2 Full Years 5.82
Jr., L. M. 5.25-5.50-18: T6.80
Now booking orders for delivery Heights Florida. 3-14 2tp Games and the ae of twenty-one years and
Harold Bishop students that there Is no person In the 45 or 51 Plate '
at 16' 7.01
any time after March 12.vOrder Emory State of Florida service. of sub- 5.50- ,
direct from adv., or will LOST-Pocketbook con t a I nlng) University Junior College Oxford, poetic > whom would bind the $5.10 8.0046'' 7.87 6.721
social Ga. will be said Defendant.. ,
security cards
deputyshe..lff Wednesday for
book for $1 per 100. balance to IT IS HKREI1T ORDERED that *

+ l. reach us 10 days before ship cards, and a considerable the spring holidays. the Defendant E. Mayes. be VISIT OUR STORE FOR MANY 5.25-5.50-19 8.51 8.38'
amount of currency. Return and he Is hereby required to appear 6.25-6.50-16: 9.58: *
:ment. All leading breed. AA to the bill of complaint filed
Grade aa English White Leghorn to Joe P. Camldge Chief Peggy Ann Wiggins, nlne-year. In the shove' entitled .,cause where. OTHER SPECIALS FOR THE 6.00-17 8.81
V of Police Camp Branding for a old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. in the Plaintiff seeks to obtain a j
) *. Brown Leghorn, R. I. divorce from the Edgar AUTO AND HOUSEHOLD 6.16'
liberal Orle 7.27
reward. Itp Wiggins. Is back In school J3- Mayes, on or before Monday, the 5255.5017
Reds New Hampshire Reds, after an absence of several days 7th day of April, A. D. 1941, other- Slu-S1JD1\III\
White and barred wise' the allegations of the said Other Deluxe. ,
Plymouth due to a severe scalding she received bill will be taken as confessed *" d
Rocks. White and black II In- CONSTRUCTIONAU when part of the contentsof -the IT said IS! FURTHER Defendant.. by ENDS MARCH l 2 2 Srtvlnp*.- Inclade trade- j

ORDERED that .
.orcas, White Wynandottes, $10 TYPES. :NEW STRUCTURES a kettle of boiling water was this' Order be published, once a your old tire.

Per 100. Send for complete OR REPAIRS" spilt in her face. the week for four consecutive weeks I In
Bradford County; Telegraph a
price list.-Semtnol* Hatcheries, Plans Estimates and Architectural newspaper of general. circulation\

',Ft. Myers, Fla In referring to Mrs. published in Bradford County Flor
l t / Service Free Evelyn ida. WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORv.
Stephens' new assistant at the DOVE AND ORDERED at Starke., ,

JTUHNISHED COTTAGES on G. M. DAVIS Chamber of Commerce In a recent A.Florid n *, 'hi' the lr
Lake Santa Fe, B miles cant of General Contractor issue the Telegraph referred to toFr1CzAL SE.VL) A. J. Thomas,

it Waldo. Electric lights, run Gainesville her a* the wife of Corporal Jack' RTAT OF Clark S. St. John Owner
Florida FI/5RIDA. ) ,
lung water. Inquire Lewis J. Hill. The rank Is First Sergeant COUNTY OP BRADFORD ) Call Street

Jewelry Co., GalaeavUle, li' 736 P. Depot Phoae 101 Jack ,J. Hill. He is eta Shove I HEREBY and foregoing CERTIFY Is o true that copy the Starke, FlorMAR

I tinned at Camp Branding of the original Order of Publlc-
lion made In the,said*. 41"