Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 4, 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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Plan Fun For Soldiers :I ,,'.... ,j

Farmers Urged To Plant Variety For Camp ;;, >i i

Dr. Brown RitesHeld'Thursday Call Lot Brings Market Manager Lists Vegetables {.ed}! j;.;: II

Road Troubles "
$150 Per Foot In Daily Demand In Huge. 1 ,;\ ;

A. Lloyd Layton Jacksonville Quantities At Camp 'xi ,.;
Ironed Out"In .1 I,
purchased last :1"I
attorney ), week
In view of the greatly enlarged market; for producea8'the ; : : ';
through W T. Clute.t Realtor the .
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The death of Dr. Oeorge W. 20 feet of the :Mason'. lot adjoining result of Camp Blanding, the Bradford County StAtoFarmers' : \ I'' \ 1 I
Ir spite of the obstacles Market is used "'
many submitting list to aTOwer8.tQ'be''
a ;
Brown early Tuesday morning that of Lex Green. Mr. I I ) :
In the ," said W. M. as a guide in planting t
way i spring :
after an Illness of several weeks, Layton will immediately erect a crops. .- ; :
f 1k brought to a close the story of store building on the lot. accord- Edwards, Chairman of the Boardof "In addition to the regular demands for .local 'grown :1"" :

a long life spent In''ministering Ing to Mr. Clute, and rent to W. County Commissioners, Tuesday produce, our farmers should by all means'consider the 30 to' .j j.,,. j

to the sick In Lawtey and neigh- W. Edenfield Jewelry Co., of I "I have been reliably Informed 40 thousand soldiers who are now at Camp Blandingf"and -, ,''.i/ "
Jacksonville, who will who have opened a vast market for fresh produce '4
boring communities. open a that the grad for tne" Starke- up new .,
Born In Walterboro S. C., October jewelry tore there. J. L.: Gentry, manager of the market said this week! 1 !'. \I

6, 1866 Dr. Brown was The property Bold'for $150 per Camp be Blending defense road will "Because of the fact that only a small }amount! of locally, jL : It: !
In ,
graduated from medical college in front foot-$3,000 cash for the ready three or four weeks grown, produce has oeen "' ,' r;

: 1883 at the University of Mary- 20-foot lot. The bulldJng will be and the hard surface by July." available, it has been necessary ,1t j; 'I q : '!

J4 4 land. He began the practice of 20 x 50, and will be rushed to The bridge over Alligator Creek $215 Stolen I for the Army to pur- : ,

medicine In Orangeburg, S. C., completion, though the contract will be 150 feet long and will chase elsewhere," Mr. Gentry :

."'t shortly thereafter and on January has not yet been let. have a 42-foot deck. The con- continued. '"But when local ,'; ""i \
married tract has been advertised If not ,
15 2891 was to
pictured here, discussing Interesting programs now being car- .Minnie Simmons Smoke.On actually let. From Ritz CafeThe growers are ready to mar
Recreation W. Cull St., ket their crops, the Farmers'Market t :
lout at the American Center on
October 13, 1S99 Dr. and Camp The Commissioners
Expansion ran Into a #
*. staff. will be in position .to .
( members of the W. 1 A.-provlde Leftto rl&"htlnre :
five Mrs. Brown moved to Lawtey, snag recently In soliciting a loan Rita Cafe was robbed ofU1l'i '
help dispose of them, 'the manager 1'
W. Morel, Mlt Nellie Hurt, Miss Bonnie Parrlsii, Mis buying the home which has Over from the State Road Departmentin early Thursday morning and stated +I

R McGrath and Jack .Nuttall, director. since been the family residence, A RumorIn order to Institute condemnation
Only Philipp Williams Greek missing
chef Mr. Gentry believe that this ,
and Immediately began general proceedings to secure necessary -
according to Letchas will be the best season ever for
Roy ,
medical practice. Having main- right-of-way In Starke C, J. p

Idiers Are Quick To Take Advantage tained a farm In South Carolinafor spite of persistent rumors Decamps, of the Division of proprietor the this section market'and, and the growers farmers of to ,', 1, (

a number of years prior to that Camp Blanding will be enlarged I Engineers, Tallahassee, wrote Mr. About 5 a, m Williams came Urges { .1t.
cooperate with the market so that ,
moving to Bradford County, he to accommodate' a third Edwards to the effect that "the In through the front door, using

Legion Recreation Facilities soon began putting his farming division troops nothing official statutes place on the county the the key with which Mr. Latches they the may highest dispose possible of all price.produceat

experience Into practical use and has come through, and Col R. H. obligation of providing at Its had trusted him lie lit the oil "Growers should by all mean i..
to the time of his death had executive officer expense all right-of-way requiredin '
up Kelley, camp stove and several
put things on
contact the market and let u*
igh-spirited enthusiasm and a gala atmosphere prevades one or more farms under cultivation stated this: week that he did not the construction and maintenance to cook. At 6:30: when the been
negro know what has planted and
newly-opened American Legion Recreation Center on at all times. consider further of state roads." '
I expansion likely male dish-washer cam. in throughthe when It will be ready to sell"
[Call St., these days as soldiers flock there for a few Dr. Brown's health has been because the present highway system The letter further stated that open back door to his work Mr. Gentry said. S

sant hours during their visits to Starke. falling for several months and he around Blanding Is wholly "the amount of money requiredto he told Mr. Latches, who was 'i

Since the informal opening on March 26 the walls of the had suffered a number of heart inadequate for even the present obtain this right-of-way rep- sleeping In there that night that One division at Camp BlandlRl'around r

(active log cabin have reverberated to the. laughter andrs attacks but his condition did not number of 'troop stationed there. resents an Insignificant propor nobody was there. ( 18,000 men) consume
the following 'amount of produce ii ,
soldiers become acute until several weeks James R. tion of the financial and other
of carefree I Major Rundell constructing Upon search Mr. Letchas found very J5 days) 340 hamper bean
j have taken advantage- of soldier are having at Starke and ago.Funeral conductedat quartermaster also said benefits accruing to the county that '83 which he hail in the (Call varieties); 28 down bunches
( splendid recreation facili-,! Camp' Blending services were that he had received no official by reason of the establishment cash register and $100 which he beet; 23 hamper butter? bean; 4++ i1
residence Thursday of
1 made available to them. I It la t h e charming young the family the confirmation of reports that facilities this army camp In your vici- had hidden In a drawer was gone 9 hamper Lima beans; 19,803
afternoon at two o'clock by nity, and the
hostesses and the -fellow-well- i would be enlarged sufficiently department confidently and the "all messed '
much 7tail papers
Rot only has -' Reverend Lee Enfleld of the Law- up. pound cabbage i 289 do e 11 w
musical talent been met" air that tend to make this the for a third division. anticipates that the county "It was pay day at Camp Blan- bunches carrot I;'26'6-dcaen orate ,
Church. During will do Its I
'1 complete coordination possible tey Baptist The 31st Division from the part under the emergency ding" Mp. Latches said "and we 225 ''
overed, but plans are service Mrs. Lee Enfield sang and cucumber;; :crate eggplant: t
the few
The American, Legion Recrea- four southern states, the 43rd par had a good day and worked till 01. hamper green bell peppers;
for arranging
per way apong "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" as eels of right-of-way for which the
tour nament be-I lion Center la a place of recreational Division from New England selective 3 a. m." I 27 bftmpsrn okra: '22 do ten'' .
a solo. owners are demanding payment"Mr. I
moral and Intellectual ad service men,1 station complement '
Williams was formerly chef at bunches radish; 80B 20-pound
In the familylot
IEII those expert who have vancement for the cold ier'a Interment was Starke. troops and several unitsof Edwards atated In his reply the Guidon Grill, which lost $200, hamper spinach; 362 pint strawberries '

strated their ability so wellhe pl.asureand satisfaction without In Crosby W.Cemetery H. Edwards, Jr.. the regular Army now Rive that not only Starke "but the safe an all, a few weeks ago.! He : aUf hampers squash;, 33.-

| center.lately. It Is.under-I any cost to him. It Is staffed John Pallbearers Shuford: Louis I H. Hill the camp a population of around whole State 0 f Florida also claim to be from Tarpon Springs, 414 pound sweet potato.;;20,* ,
and maintained by the State-wide 50000. benefits In a very large way and has been the Rita 623 00-pound crate tomAtoe
d that Battery "F" ,of the, R. Thede, George, W working at i .;
d Field, Att lrJ'"J1"! someConfers" t Recreation'Project of the' 'WOrk Roberts Rudolph and, David W.. Moore.Dr It Is said that army officials from the same source and should for four months,, 308 dosen. bunche/turnip .." ". '

g who would. like I, Project.&dminlatfatton: :. ,' as partof Brown Is survived by his I recently told the fetate1 Road De-- assist the roads adjacent$: rid, counties Inprovld'lnj When naked If belied arty clue -'" very variety oif/vactable: on,
road'.rl&ht.ofway "
(, 'with some- aspiring* WHe ,;' chamfor (National-Defense Program. widow,' "Mrs. M 1 n n I'e Smoke partment that there would be for the defense In the case Sheriff A. 0 Andreu this list can be grown successfully +
Brown one daughter. Mrs. J. T. around 70,000 troops in the camp purely said he had none whatever..-not In Bradford County. and' we
honor'of area roads. Mr. Edwards further
the -
Blending Mrs Kincaid Moore of Plant City three sons, by July and this statement perhaps stated that the even enough Information 'to broad strongly advise<< farmer td;studyIt

Starke.Ihoie : I Will Sell Out Shoppe Marcus F Brown and H. Clifton added wel&"ht'to the current cooperate In possible county would cast. "He didn't buy hi. car= tag 'carefully,* Mr., Gentry! ssld.,

+ Is also a, move Afoot to I Brown of Starke, and Dr. O. Wil- rumors of further expansion. "but as to purchasing every rlghts-of-way here" said the Sheriff "and J .
raze fur of Tallahassee: seven "There has been considerable hay not been able to find out I m
competitive fencing i ita Mra. Jeaneatte KIncald. prop- mot Brown way and removing buildings, etc.,
and U Is. estimated that 50; rietor of the Clar-Jean Shoppe grandchildren James Thomas agitation for expansion particularly which calls for the expenditureof anything about It. He may have CreeD To Erect

I more men are keenly inter-i la closing out her business. Mrs. Moore of Panama City, George by National Guard officials," funds which we do not have stolen It." "Upon Investigation",

id. Some have offered the W. B. Mundy will carry on with Brown Moore of Plant City Billy 'Major Rundell said '"However at and cannot get, we find beyondour continued Sheriff A n d r. u. "I

I of their equipment to get theam the Clar-Jean lines at Leila's and Betty Brown of Tallahassee, present I 'can see no need for means at this time" find that he did not even have a Another Building ': I
i stl1.:ed. After the meet. Beauty Shoppe. "She will carryon Marian Brown, and Florence and further building other than that In another room; but slept In his car" ;.

htlIllalSl night with Technical i from where 1 left off." said Marcus F. Brown, Jr., of Starke. we have presented to the f.War stated connection Mr. Edwards ,- It 1I ,.....-- '. "J

eant McCoy of the 186 Hq. I Mrs. KIncald. Mrs. Mundy will Department." soon haveA that shorter"Starke road will to L. A. Davis Sells The Ink .wa 'hardly dry after" .U'{ I

:' In.regard to details of'pro- I also handle flowers, and takeover He said adit tonal facilities already Jacksonville." The the signing of' the contract between .'t'
short-cut from
Mre, there is no doubt that I the "floral telegraph .de- Army Y. M. C. A. requested would cost about Maxvllle to Jacksonville will soon Home ,Congressman Lea ,Green r .' i'

[c will soon be heard echoingthe I livery" service, Mr*. Kincaid said. $3,000,000. The cost of the campso be completed, Mr. Edwards said, G. M. Slstrunk has bought from and the local Masonic Lodge .In
camp, the "tac lac" of i "I will stay with Mrs. Mundy for far has been about $28,000,000. and "will shorten the route from L A. Davis his Kings Icy Lake trading lot on' Call Street last ,' "

j meeting foil as fencer brushfor I awhile, until she get well startedIn Opens SaturdayThe "Anything could happen in the Starke to Jacksonville by seven property on the lake front and week before each party to the ,
[ the competitive bouts toeld the business." event, of war," the major added. contract had made another epocht 1 h
or eight miles It will be con- alHo on the hill just across the :
+ at the Center In the near Kincaid to Starke "I would not like to say what crete and feet street making real estate transaction. J: '
I' Mrs. came Y. M. C. A., with 40 wide. from the property already JF\; .,
pre.The ,
from Cattle teburg, Ky., In 1934. Army Woman's might happen owned. Mr. Slstrunk Is already According to R. K. Mathe A ..
cooperation of various headquarter In the Bon builder, contract baa already (.j r
i I She opened the Shoppe Street building a modern residence on
c Organizations in sponsoringes May 1, 1938 and will close out Club building on Walnut Saturday to Woman InjuredIn Churches Plan his old property there and expects been let for the erection of '.tf i

for the mammoth "Bingo" May 1. 1941. She says she has will open Informally to have completed by a $6,000 one-story building on ;
Blandlng WreckMrs.
e held last Tuesday was no plans for the future. the soldiers of Camp announcement Auto June 1. George Mann .U the con Lei Green's lot adojinlng Jerry I
Uy appreciated. There who the according to an The building will house four ,{:
were Mrs. Kincaid owns Robert B. Wear Clara Padgett, of 403 Easter ServicesThe tractor. ttt'l.
es enough for an Impromptu building, has leased It to Louis yesterday by E. Church St., Jacksonville was During the summer mOQthsMr store*-one of them 7 x 40 another I ',
M t act, and a musical quiz aa Shafkin who "will operate under secretary. : 20 x 60. another 18 x 80 !:
Wear states that the ladlesof Injured Monday morning when a Slstrunk, Joe Slstrunk and
as for Mr. annual Good and the other 12 x 60.: '
a game of musical the Rogers Jewelry said Friday ser 1I',
lira. name. club lending some fur truck In which she was ridingwas Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Futch and
and "will be the are vice for Starke will be held In "It will be a high-clam build ,.'
Mr. ,Shafkin, open :
be used until the new turned over five miles out family live on the Lake; but now
dgtng by the amount of writ- for business May 1.. Associated niture to, which has been ordered, on the KIngsley Lake road. She St. Mark's Episcopal Church This.' they will make It their home the ing. Mr. Mathe. said.' "Work i 1/

paper and envelopes con- with Mr. Shafkin will be Mr*. G. furniture New rest room facilitiesare was given first-aid treatment by service will Include meditations year round. Later on they planto will go forward on the building t t '

ed In the last week many I Handel, of Miami. who has been arrives. complete In the building County Physician Dr L. H. Jennings by the ministers of Starke as- tear down the old building at once, and will be ready 'for t, :

ra have been written home In the Jewelry business for twenty now limited entertainment faclN- and taken to her home sired by chaplains from Camp Mr. Futch said. occupancy within 70 or 80 day." ,

nr the folks of the fine time ,years. and will be offered to the sol. in Jacksonville in a DeWitt C. Blandlng. Mr. Math stated. When asked "' .
ties The services begin at the Monday just what stores would :.-
Saturday In the form of Jones ambulance. Torode Garage noon ( Licenseevoked
diers writing materials pulled the truck Into Starke for hour of the Crucifixion) and will occupy the building Con&'T8um&nI.\(. '"I'I't :
12 Graduates Get Diplomas tames. etc., magazines In the near future the repairs. continue until 3 p. m. (the hour The merchant's license and beer ,Green stated that be had several ,'Ie'"' ''I ,

A. will employ'a pro- The driver of the truck W. of our Lord's removal from the license of Llndsey Grlffls were applicant, but did not know y.t '1''. I 1
Y. M. C. cross). revoked the Council Tuesday who would rent the space It Is t:;
and a well- Crawford was taken Into custodyby by City f\
Exercises WeekAmerican secretary I
m Last gram understood
schedule of recreationwill a Clay County Road Patrol For the convenience of those night< at the request of a that either Jerry or' ;
planned man and put In jail at Green who cannot remain throughout number of citizens living In the the Courtmanchs Jewelry Store' ; ,

people and Ameri- Wear offered.Is In Atlanta today Cove Springs, on a drunken driver the service Is divided with seven neighborhood along Road 13 will occupy the small space,. ",. i.t trp :

Industry do not desire war. class. The American Legion where he and six other Army charge according to an employeof 25 minute period Each period north of town. Police Chief! A. lj 71lt '

risen mothers are the last awards to the two most out and Navy. Y. M. C. A. secretaries the DeWitt C. Jones' Funeral contains a devotion and a meditation L. Alvares was Instructed to no- Marriage Licenses **'

to desire war. But all areY standing students in, the eighth In the South are meeting Home. on one of the seven last tify CrlffLs of the Council's action "f.//Iu
on our own coil to defend grade were presented to Mary with T. A. Rymer. senior secretary words. It Is hoped<< that the people giving him four or five daysto Bernard Walters 'and Manse : ':

Idea of tree.government." Ellen Wasdln and Bernard Jor- of the Army and Navy Chandler Sells ,, of every faith will participatein dispose of his stock. Crosby Brooker. f' ;% J'
ese were the thrilling words department of the organization. some part of this service. I J.

"Ongreasman R. A. Green as dan.Dr.. W. E MIddleton superintendent Various phases of the proposed Jewelry Store. EASTER: 8UNKISK SERVICEThe Starke Needs Hundreds More Like ft's :
wJdressed the town, such annual Easter ;
graduating class : of public Instruciion program In defense Sunrise service .
The W. K. Chandler JewelryCo. ,. '
Bradford County High School presented diplomas to the follow- as Starke will be discussed. will be held In the Presbyterian .
., on Call Street, w a sold + f" "
annual commencement ing graduates: Eugene Chason, Three new member attendedthe March 29 for approximately 17- Church 330 N. Cherry W ';JiIJ' :
vises Thursday night March W. C. Crosby, Perry Oalney. meeting of the local committee 000 according to W. T. Clute St., at 6:30: a. m. Easter Sunday ,
r GrlffU. Junior John Merle : in The Woman's Club Tuesday morning.This .
realtor who made the sale. The :
or y-two seniors, the smallest Packham Levis Starling Robert I night They were: Jo*. E. buyer was J. M. Ootlleb, who Is service will be one of ,;
In recent! year,' listened Inly Ward, Betty Green. Muriel Hall I Wilson Lt. Hamilton Pitt morale a veteran jeweler from Atlanta devotion and meditation In the tI
I' to the message In which Simpson. Mary Lee Johnson officer of the 43rd Division and early morning hours on the day ,

gresamaA! Green challenged: Carolyn Keen. Martha Mathews, Col. T. J. Collln, representing Ga.Mr.. Cotlleb "fell in love with of the resurrection of our Lord. .t',flIi'

r standard of living I la' the Melba Moody 'Jeanette Parker the station complement at Camp Starke as soon as he came" said All members of all denominationsare 1

est in the world. While 'our Agnes Rimes. Nom Sapp Fannie Blandlng. Mr Clute; he "liked the people cordially Invited to this early [

'tors came from Europe Sllcox, Ruth Simpson. Mary and said he was going to make : morning service. I '

and Africa it Is your duty Townsend, Hazel Smith Jack Summer Classes his permanent borne here." And EASTER EVEN SERVICESThe .. '. .: 1.'

lelp In the work of recon- Halle, Lout Jordan, Key Sergeant Charles Priest will teach he plan to bring his family to i custom of the Ancient l"
,ction after the war-to red Stanley Noegel. Dorothy school classes beginning Starke as soon as he can find a : Church that of administering the ; !

and remake the thought of ,Alvarez Joe Boyles. Mildred summer Monday. April 14. for the benefitof suitable home; has already Instructed I Sacrament of Holy Baptism on I

nca. YOU are going out Into Chesser. Effle Mae Crawford. students who failed In promotion Mr. Clute to find him a I Easter Even will be observed at -j, J''
ew. constructive period." Iris Crews Williams Marie Dyal for those who were advanced place. : St. Jfark', *-Epl8COpal Church on ,,;1
e or
Jack Hall. president of the McDavid Clara M a e Eunice. and desire Mr. Chandler will travel for E. I Saturday April 12,' at 4:00: p. m. ; .
uatln& class went the honor Madge Cay Nelletha Lavender through summer &: J. Swigart *: Co., wholesale I This Is the annual children's service Pictured above U the charming new home el if...' and Mr,, A. ; :
recelvt: Florence Mersereau. to gain strength Snub on MjicMahon 8t. Compact, modern, fOOmbl.IaC'aD 'i''i'P. fr
the Merit Janie Man of the parish followed by theneeeenltle
Award Student ,d* *ring to attend jewelry supply house of Cincinnati -r I
c1 on scholastic standing, ten- Lorena Polk Keene Sadie Prince. I study.are asked to see ).Ir.. Priest .Ohio over five Southern I appropriate folk festivities in the .* for comfortable' pre wit-dar living. It ....p..w..1Ie. Ct t7pe ;' I

t attitude and for being the Ruby Silcox, Alta Smith LouiseStem before the 14th. State I church yard. of ooaatruetJoll really needed !. Starke. -

outstanding student In the Robert Jackson.




4 '1941

ment wants twelve' millions of quick Na- to move up. Of course If the I Big- 'Pay
M The Bradford County Telegraph rookie wants to get hard-beiled Day
tional Defense highways' from a State Road From Other PensTOO with the army, the army ran For New
Established 1877 Department already facing three million take It-and dish It out. Draftees New England

; See: dollar shortage. Even with the most expert on their way or soon going ,to flush
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as MUCH MOVIE DRINKINGIt the operators Jailed for the duration early this Week a s

cod Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. figuring, the potential shortage staring the was so unusual that Jt la of the time the camp Is in camp advice, would Christian to keep Science this lion-dollar 'payroll Was are,

5 .--- .- -- .-_-- State in the face seems to be around $15- worthy of comment. Not the operation." Monitor. among members of the g
v uMEMBfiR movie itself-for It wan one of Mentioned specifically are "con- Hon. It was their fIrst
Once the
000,000. more political bugabooof
the run-of-the-mill pieces of mel- trolled gambling devices operated WHAT 19 THIS-THE sine being inducted IntoPtlon I

' PRESS AS5OCJA11ONx sales tax talks gives legislators a severe odrama, spiced with fairly well- wherein the player can not pos MILLENNIUM February 24. ,

1'\\\x attack of jitters. known names, which Hollywood elblY'1/Vla/ If It Is the will of the Open letter to The Associated The streets of
; so frequently turns out. It was take the player's crowded .
111 ;Ikrtaoaed-loelda' operator to Press: as soldiers
The famed Brookings
an well too. But the thing C&uaI
done. money. These are the "games Didn't your reporter who cov with their Shopping
---- SUBSCRIPTION'RATE non-political, research organization, that stands out in memory is the where the player pays ten cents, ered the recent State Road De- cramped by lack of' m

Yearly, I.75j I Six Months, $1.00-Payable In employed at a cost of $15,009 (paid by some fact that the principal male char- then half a dollar, then a dollar, partment meeting rt his facts their arrival here. The funlla
acter, a truck driver played by five ten, twenty, to the limit of II n
twisted? easy come
Advance. Advertising Rates on Application 27 organized business groups in the state), easy go" w
refused number
George Raft on a of- II
the pocketbooklways being Or has the millennium, arrived? mlzed by one young
studied Florida's problem for four months of occasions to take a drink fered greater odds by the''' operator -I We're talking about your Tallahassee local telephone fellow.

BIBLE THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK and submitted a proposed blueprint for returning with various and sundry friends. because the operator could story telling- how Governor night who, via office long

the State to solvency. As outlinedby "You know I never touch the offer 1,000 to 1 and still win Holland recommended that theS. greeted his father ln
is Palm Sunday. stuff" would be his comment. It the
April 6 'he controls the
as "Hello
every R. D curtail proposed road pop. We
that Walter P. Fuller, financial news editorof is to record that this got PaId
much people of the device
mechanical and
"On the next day operation construction not deemed necessaryfor I'll be broke
heard St. Petersburg the Brookings report was In line with his other high tOll1orr
; to the feast when they national defense and parti-
were come principles, hard-boiled as he was,
contains the following meat: drafted Into the cularly about the statement that;
that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, took and that he made good In true Young men Parking Meters
for the defense of the "He (the Governor) also recom-
and went forth to I-AD VALOREM TAXES. State tax Hollywood style. The film was
I f' branches of palm trees Net City
country are entitled to protection fended withdrawal of advertise- $34.55
,'. meet him and cried, Hosanna;. blessed is commission to enforce a uniform and modern "They Drive by'Night. I I against such traps and gangster ments for bids on a $250,000 project 'The murky I

of Israel that cometh in the name yard stick of property values on tax rolls.- The Incident Is recorded be- methods of obtaining their money, I on the Swerlngen Highway uation has definitely parking) "melt
: the King Guide
Movie-Radio pub-
Get personal property en the rolls.-Give cause and, those who are arranging the I in his home county Polk, 'becauseI $34.55 actual r
I.ord.-John 121213.: lished In Chicago, in a recent net gain
of the counties cut of Intangible taxes, the
a up amusement and recreation pro do not consider It necessary at during the first

' "And they cast their garments upon valuations get complete rolls.-One tax number, protests In: "There "Is More too gram are well qualified to take this time in national defense," tlon-although half 29 days of.
much drinking pictures.
1 the colt, and they set Jesus thereon. And assessor, one tax collector to serve all politi- than a dozen recent films are I the steps necessary to provide That couldn't have' been right, were removed the third the

he went they spread their clothes in the cal units In a county.-Repeal Homestead named In which ,drinking .scenes such protection. could It? people were In favor of thnl
as I ,
, exemption and drastically trim, other numer- No Is better No politician would doa thing officer
4 the whole multitude of the furnish comedy, drama, motiva- group qualifiedthan nq attempted to
1 way. And ous classes of exemptlons-Actually enforcetax tion. Naturally, the Impression the American Legion, which like that, would ha? He wouldn't the regulation concerning

disciples began to rejoice and praise God collection. Is created that It Is smart to Is taking a prominent part In .the pass up a chance like that to Tuesday morning i

with a loud voice for all the mighty works 2-DEBTS. Add vast powers to Board drink, that It ia fun to become program, as Indicated by the news take credit for his home county Chairman. W. M. Edwa City

'4j that they had seen . And some of the of Administration, partly at expense of intoxicated, and that "hard drink- story a few days ago to the effect constituents getting a big public lected the "barrels," t tOOk
said Kanner Ing Is the logical resort of any- that the Legion Post of Gainesville improvement. Sure cutting out to the City Hall
the multitude County Commissions.-Actually use and ,
Pharisees from among that road makes that much tIi
one who Is disappointed in love Is turning its home into a more
them and
And law to buy cheap bonds cheaply.-Refund City Clerk Cart
unto him, Master rebuke thy disciples. or business." social center for Camp Blanding money available for defense high- counted the nickels
the small in .
road bonds by pledging the
he answered and said unto them, I tell you county The Hays office can stop It, ,personnel, and that the Starke ways. We know our new gover- ence ot'Mr. Edwards,
end of 2gas law.-Give state mandltory nor, like all the of 'Is Mij
': that, if these should hold their peace, the power over local budgets and debts.Createa Movie-Radio recommends Guide such a says course, and because it- Post for Is arranging Legionnaires a seafood stationed dinner at strong for state and rest national us,de- D.graph Walnwrlght, Jr.. and J
reporter. Sincea
stones would immediately cry out.-Luke state debt commission to act as cop. the fense. Kd
this emphasis on drinkingIs camp. total of $138 in nick

19:35-40.: SCHOOLS.. Stop upward swing of 'bad for the movies, bad for Legionnaires have been "through But, gosh, you can't expect a "slugs" and 20c In penis*]

. State aid to schools, securing adequate local the children, bad for America." the ropes" of military camps, and fellow to be so conscientious been collected from the n

taxes. Abolish local school districts. Movie-goers could help this cor- know what should be permittedin about the state and national wel- But Mr. Edwards said the _
Your Hospitality? fare that he'd i
How's STATE.. Create a non-cabinet budget rective movement by conveyingtheir the form of amusements better actually do what wouldn't "play" with 8111IIStarke.s |

Embarrassing Question For Many commission with power to plan and supervise sentiments to the producers than those who have not had this for you them say Holland's done-sacrftce 25 percent BIIlOlU1

Our attention has, been called to an spending.-Eliminate most continuing Christian. Science Monitor experl nce. It would seem expedient have done something him and that his might home almost $35.SUNNY: .

therefore, that a committee -
editorial, "How's Your Hospitality, in a 'appropriations; many ear-marked ones.- PROSPERITY NOW-WHAT representing the several Legion friends some personal good.

recent issue of Collier's magazine, the sub- Make many boards and commissions contribute NEXT posts In the territory ad- Or could it be that Florida is BROOK FA

matter of which applies to Starke almost their fair share of cost of general Various Florida newspapers, jacent to the camp should be being governed not by a politician By Miss Arsula Crwbjl

ject state overhead.-Give proceeds of Murphy while welcoming the new wave of named but by a statesman-and one so
if it had been written to Investigate the "Juke Mr and Mrs. W. Rand 1
/": as directly as land sales to general revenue funds but first "defense prosperity," conclude joint: situation, and 'recommendwhat honest and conscientious that he son, Fred Mrs. lnea

especially with us in mind. It says: sort out lands usable for public purposes. with reluctance that government should be done toward a actually Intends to put the state's and son Donald.and Mini

\r 'JF YOU happen to be In any one of,the 5. Revise occupational licenses on grossor spending remains the basis of it. clean-ut. and nation's welfare ahead of his Dobbs 'of the State Farm
own?-Lake Worth
national Herald
(. many towns and cities whither our new soldiers net income basis to raise major rev- Recalling the state and With the report of such a com- visiting Mrs. Halslop's '

r I' and sailors flock during their few hours enue.-Have state. participate I n Federal headache that followed the great mittee before them, the several >--A..a CALLED' A- -RACKET- ----- Henry Sapp of Lawtey, !
boom of the twenties, some edit-
""I free from training and duty, you are thrilled estate taxes on estates below $100,000 observing that the taxpayers committees working on the recreation An ugly, black-visaged, insinuating Mr. and Mrs. Merrill'
tors are
: at sight of lads, 00 young, so fresh, BO lighthearted Consider a severance tax on mineral and '' to have to foot and__amusement program chap leans across the spent part of last week In E '
'J 1 In the face of their great adventure. timber products.-Stop further raids by local the bill are for present business could quickly muster public sup counter of the little store "See?" visiting friends and relf

A grand lot they are, representing the best of government on State treasury but widen revival and our Inquire gloomily port that would get needed ac- he leers. "Ya pays for d' protections Mrs. Inez Kelly and its
i America. and increase tax source for cities. what's going to happen _ben the tion.There joins our association, ton Dobbs made a bushes)
: "What do you Imagine they do In their war is over and soldiering and are laws on the Florida see, an' nothing bad happens ta to Waldo Thursday.

i hours of freedom What can they do? These are the most important recom- armament manufacturing out statute books that prohibit activities ya. It's onny 30 bucks a week. Mr. and Mrs J. R KIIj!
go ,
Where can they go for entertainment or mendations in the Brookings "blueprint for of style.. of the kind reported in If ya don't pay .- tended the Senior ReclUljsented
the "Juke join ts." These laws That scene has been, enactedall
"' tl'' rest? What has your community done to solvency." It remains''' to be whetherthe I ,by Mrs. Annie
: seen Of course, there Is nobody living should be enforced.-Times-Union. too often In the United States.
facilities I <. Butler Thursday! i
make them welcome or to provide creaky process of Democracy, working!! who can answer that one. We are familiar' with It, It Is. where Mrs. Kelly's sister, |

t(: 'tor them with 1,885 separate governmental tools harassed -J!How long the tremendous expendl- GRAPEFRUIT FOR COLDS a racket. Hllah graduatedA.
: \ cities will haveto respond : i I Driggers
: VMoa' .towns and ; tures for defense and warfare will Years ago, a doctor living in Now change the scene.. We are oil

,Not, ,'much.' Of "course there are and bedeviled 'by *fears pf business, i I keep,up-, grti&t wilt be ',the. resultof the.central. part of{the state be- now in the Czech-Moravian Pro- Raymond Brown'Sunth
the o
movies. Business provided that recreation jittered by the nearness of war, mired down It all-who knows? came an ardent proponent of the tectorate. It 10 'the second :yearof City mother was, Mrs. ,Arle guest Brown,,i'

.p' The boy on leave can go to a movie house by' inertia; can erect, in 60 legislative daysa But It seems futile to try to ideathat grapefruit Juice used the German occupation. The ter, Miss Nona Brown.
of the rain or even to see a pic Judge any future depressions we Man has come around for 400-
f to get out shining new house of Government from with) soda w a a the supreme Mr. and Mrs. Lester <
to some may have by the past ones. 000,000 crowns, twice last year's
ture. He can go to a beer parlor or remedy for a cold. and children and Mrs
t, less wholesome place that offers hospitality this blueprint. To do so would require a This country learned some hard ,The Idea spread and now one payment. That is payable to the Crosby attended the Unloil

at a price. But where can he go when h$ major miracle a miracle of leadership, lessons from the past depression.It. of the familiar ways of treatinga German Reich In exchange for ing at the Brooker

1 t' has seen the picture or when he doesn't courage, and unselfishness. But at least a set up some great agencies to cold Is to .break off the regulardiet from which paying the protectorate for certain Is admini-relieved Church Saturday and SunJi
help overcome that depressionand "
of beer? drink large quantities of the W Rand .
want a glass Mr. and Mrs.
start be made in
can the right direction so act as cushions In case .of strative, military and other costs.
all he do I.t Is unsweetened fruit Juice with soda. lie
"In too many places can son, Fred, Mrs.
These have been taken
J' that succeeding legislatures future economic crises. over by the
t walk the streets or alt In a park. That Is can completethe Taking advantage of its locationin Reich as "guarantor of the and little Eloise Dobbs f|
The great social reforms of the pro-
too dreary for tho vigorous youth. In time joYugoslavia's. a'63-acre citrus grove Florida visiting In Lake Butler R
past few are working right I
t years Southern
College set
up grapefruit .
the Army and Navy will develop recreation I. day.
now to aid I Americans eligiblefor julc'e'
bars in
dormitories '
facilities but much time will be needed. their benefits. That is the New Order In Mr. and Mrs. H. B. KeHf|
Courageous Stand Thepeople last week to fight an .j
I, Meanwhile hundreds, of thousands wander are guaranteed to'a n extent epidemicof Europe.!: Jacksonville Journal.THEKESSA son, Henry Vincent, of.
Might Be Point In War colds. vllle guests Saturto|
about, bored and aimless. Turning against banks closing with their Students I were
were able to drink all mother, Mrs r
a' "The decent people who live In the areas The war cannot be won in the Balkans, savings; a wage-hour law Is securing the juice they wanted with a coed Mr.Kelly Kelly's' and Mr. and Mrs .|

near the camps and ports have a marvelous but many observers considered it the turn- more equitable treatmentfor kept busy squeezing the fruit. By Mrs. A. L Sullivan Kelly.

;. opportunity to offer hospitality to these millions I of workers; the WPA It Is said that no sweets shouldbe KeIl1
ing-point when Yugoslavia took its courageous O. M. Bennett and Percy Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. JR.
':' warriors s o suddenly mobilized. Homes, carries on; thousands of unem- eaten during the treatment as I attn*
were visiting relatives In Miss Arsula Crosby |
1! clubs, recreation places can be opened to stand against Hitler last week. It is ployed are drawing unemployment they tend to counteract the beneficial I Ormond Beach Sunday. graduation exercises U''

them. Comfortable places In which a man true that the beginning of the end could be compensation pending placement effects of the fruit. > Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynn of Butler Friday night.

f..: can write a letter! read, take a bath, or best very well effected in the Balkans.If In_ jobs There are pensions! for Hampton visited Mrs. Josephine :Mr. and Mrs. Warren 1 KeI11 f J

of all talk to his own kind, can be estab- many of i n e ageo inadequate GOOD .\1>VICK FOR DRAFTEES Sullivan Saturday night. children, Voncllle and ShW

: 1 lished. Not much expenditure Is required the Battle of the Balkans actually though they may be In many Master Sergeant Nathan Arons, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis Pine Level were vlsitlnj |

just a little Initiative and organization." takes place, as now seems close to inevitable, cases low cost housing. Headquarters Company, "U S. visited relatives In Gainesville Kelly's father-in-law and""

! How is our hospitality' ? .Many of us the war will really enter its decisive phase. I back With In the those early agencies thirties operating the last draftees Army ,offers, in a some signed sage/ article advice appearing to- Sunday Mrs. afternoon.Susie Hardee'spent the Mr. and Mrs. C C. Crosby

' would hardly know how to answer that This battle represents immense dan- depression might have been miti recently In the dally I week-end In Jacksonville with Mr. Raiford Brown of PIaIII

4:1: ;, question, like the little boy who said her gers to both sides-and both for some time gated.If press. A soldier for 27 years anda and Mrs Albert Hardee. was visiting his mother. Mil
and similar
didn't know whether he could play the piano have been hesitant to run the risk. Nowit measures, can keep on operating needed veteran of many a bloody and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and Brown Thursday and Frida''
brilliant d
campaign, this hard-bit children Charles and of Miss DobbS 1
Larry Myrtle
or not because he'd never tried. looks as if the strategists may have decided In the future we have a right to I. ten warrior says: "To you who Gainesville visited Mr. Moore's State Farm spent Friday\\'III|

Ii.i. Some of us haven't tried out our hospitality that the possible gains are so great expect that depression should It are about to put on the uniform parents Mr. and Mrs. D. W sister-in-law, Mrs. Alton

t in so long we wouldn't I know that it is worth the gigantic gamble. return, will lack many of Its for- .remember this. When you Moore Sunday.Guy Everyone is busy settln(
mer terrors. We will be
gearedto get to camp meet buddiesget and r
your Sullivan of Jack.lOnvlllespent ,
whether it's working or not. With 50,000 As Time puts it, "For Germany, a set- cope \\1th'It-l'b an extent any- acquainted with them all. the week-end' here with his their tobacco planting peppers done. WI t

. newcomers in our midst, now is a fine time back in the Balkans would be more than way.-Lake Worth Herald. Pick your friends carefully from parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan them a prosperous year.

t, to get it in running order again. Germany's first outright military defeat in PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS ,your own group and get along Mr. and Mrs Jesse 'I1nn!
with the rest. Above all learn Percy Cox and daughter, MIss of Lake Bull
World War II. It would be the FOR
turning SOLDIERS to know 14'
your non-commissioned Clara Cox of Miami are visiting visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ..
Brookings Report On State Problems. point of the war.: Business and professional men officers and do what they tell D. J Phillips and family. Sunday afternoon.

t Is Subject Of Deep Study "For Britain, a decisive defeat at. Sal- plans and women for decent' .who and are sponsoring you. They are the ones whom Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Hampton Roland Jennings retur*!
pleasant recreation the army has assigned to look m>
,.; t': The situation that confronts the state onika (or anywhere else in the Balkans) and amusement for the after you. The army runs on was: a I visitor here Friday evenIng home Jacksonville with his Monday :|

t, as the 1941 Legislature prepares to meet would be more than another Narvik or an- men stationed at Camp Blanding discipline. Thing to remember! Mr. and Mrs R. C. Dampier been working for Mrs

11., next week: General revenue fund is insolvent other Dunkirk. It would mean the destruc- deserve the commendation of their U that discipline enforced! not visited friends at Swan Lake Sunday Brown.

!: ; Schools likely not to receive full State tion of Britain's only existing victorious enterprise fellow-citizens'In which for the they unselfish are en- only the good for the of armY's.the soldier good himself.but for .....afternoon._
Mice Jones left Wednesdayfor
aid ; voters abolished ad valorem tax last army; the closing of Europe's back door; gaged. When you 'get an order comply :I JM-rv.Miami after a :visit of several PINE

\\k fall; Legislators pledged to repeal gross receipts the focussing of the entire war upon the Young ":men who compose the with it. If it' seems unjust the days with her brother, D. Mrs. H. M-.M"8
eat ,
i(. tax; equally pledged) to grant maximum British Isles-where, in the last analysis, personnel the finest type the of camp American represent first sergeant will listen to what J, Phillips.Mrs. Several people of thji
you have to after the sundaY
say order A. H. Johns of Starke attended the Fifth
if! old age assistance; Federal governSAMPSON World War II must be decided." manhood; and they deserve the ia ,carried, out so that if there was visited Theressa Sunday. ing at Bulah Church near
l.( best
---- -- that can be provided for Injustice won't be end.People" .
,'. repeated. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kelsay and ford over the week-!

,:, CITY: Hattie Varnes were visiting Mr. CCC Enrollment them In amusement and recreation Next to appreciation of discipline Miss Ida Hagan were shopping In here are beg!
and It is
commendable of the
t By Sirs. S. K. Jones and Mrs. Jack Goodge of Starke the public thing that makes army life Starke Saturday. I pick a few strawberry
spirited of
Saturday. The second quarterly enroll people the happier; for the Individual rookie Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and will soon be gettl
FE fr The convention Of the Christian several surrounding ,communitiesthat and alllof' his pals is good fellow- and little daughter, Caroline Sue, them. They have been JIeI4
ment for will
Curtis Varnes of Palatka was the CCC be held they are striving to make ship and respect for the other fel- I sea
at wet
Churches Long Bridge Sunday and Mrs. Williams of Hampton because of cold
visiting his Mr. on April 15, and applications these facilities available.It low. sped
parents and rights. It your buddies visited McRae
was well attended and a niceif Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan Miss Odessa
Mrs. Millard Varnea, Sunday.Mr. should be flied at the nearest wel- Is presumed that the plans don't like you. If they think Sunday afternoon.Mr. urday night and sunda1
dinner WitS served. Mrs: S. E. being made
to this
: and Mrs. Bennett returnedto fare office.. All young; white men contemplate you're laying down on them oracting and Mrs. R. C. Dampier Miss Doris Coodget H
Jones and son, Duggar, and his steps to keep out that low too {c1i!
i' cocky or too. big for M. )
t their home In Hartfleld. Ga., between the ages of 17 and 12 element visited New River Sunday morn- Mr. and Mrs B.
;' wife, and J. L. Wynn and family after the Camp Blanding rush 1-2 of society that Is forever your boots they'll be tougher than Ing. little son and Miss \'elt.
years of age are offered the seeking to
ways prey others the
: from Sampson were those old-style "top-kick" ever was. sunda1'
among was over to visited In Palatka
opportunity enroll. with
.attending. Tyler Jones has been a busy schemes.questionable games and If you meet It half way. the army Save Almost half what you usually Mr. and Mrs. D. M- B .
i' Lucian Thomas of Jacksonville element Is reported Is a t swell berth. Clothing Is visiting'
spend for drug store Items.Walt .
man all winter Starke were
keeping! watch Make a date to vlalt your Rex to be well established In the vic-
t.. was visiting here Friday after warm and plentiful. Quarters for the Rexall ORIGINALOne
over the fires In the woods all Store here Sunday.
near on Wednesday, Thurs inity of
4 noon. Camp Blandlng, and clean, dry and healthy. The pay Cent'Sale.. Four big days! Mrs Alice Oliver i left
i day Friday or Saturday should be I
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and here.We April driven out. won't buy a yacht but It will 200 bargains And two for the for Plant City became of
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. all hope that springtime Is 16171819. A saving worth your Already there are game of reach around most things I [art1ll.
Sapp were while It for you price of one, plan only one cent. ,ness of her son. )
Just around the corner ts the flu walling you. 230 bar chance on the highway close to need to make life
calling on friends In Gainesville comfortable.
Wednesday Thursday, there.
gain. S for the price of 1 the r day, ,In a hospital
6 and Hawthorne has been bad and camp, says a correspondent Promotion depends on Individual tIIII
Sunday afternoon. warm weather le. Carpenter's the Rexall Saturday, April 16-17-18-19 at We are glad to report
a Mr. and Mr*. Lem Brown and will be welcome. Store, Drug In a letter to The TlmesUnJon."games Initiative and the army has lots ,Carpenter's flw. Rexall DrugStore B. J. Starling i la UP ate

that should be closed and of room for good men who want : ,. ,several days Illness.APR .

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1 1441 BRADFORD rAGE THREW 'I' I !fl'' ,)

oF' ,'PPI.ICATIOJI.itn wltt Bradford, State of Florida to. hereby required to appear In said assessment of the said' property that there. la no person In theState County State of Florida;, a. ... Section 6 Township 71lJ1outh. flange (
I 'r" "KII1I' I One tot of Tend yON Bill 1e. 1t13) ''In SB Cor. of NW feet S q.. County Telegraph I I. designated ae the name of T. R. Young; The assessment poem upon whom would bind the 8. Lot one (11. two (2), three (I) No. 84.
/Celate IS HEREBY O1VF.N.tike Hit Twp. 6 8. H. 22 4 E. of SEVi Sec the newspaper in which this order of the said property aid Defendant and four (4) of block on* ((1)) The assessment. of the said' prop :
;; holder of Tax snail be published once a week. for under certificate. No 403 In No. .$ I r
li "" The assessment/ of was In the IT IS HEREBY: ORDERED that In R. N. Dowllng'ti addition arty under ald certificate JJ ?
the said four .
ember3Alaxned1932. has erty under the said prop_ consecutive weeks prior to name of Unknown. the Defendant. Edgar K. Maye. be the town of "H..rke. an. per map was In the name of Mr,T'fJ' }
certlfh-at Issued said return date. Witness hand Unless Certificate. recordedIn at "
said hertJd..m..d
at'e my shall and h IH and survey of said plot Ward: the assessment
1 was In the hereby required to al'fo"ar
office has name of Green and official seal at Storke, Florida to 1 law Bradford certificate No.
InY Hamilton. according the to the bill of complaint filed the pithlla records of property under said I
*I it toBald deed to. Unless. said certificate this" the 26th day of March A 1) properties described. therein will b* above entitled cause, wherein County, Florida, In Book F, page 34 wa In the name of Mr. 10. J. 1
*rtlf icat.M shall he 1 4 1.
IIX' thereon redeemed sold to the highest bidder at theCourthouse the Plaintiff seeks to obtain. a 654, said land being and lying Ward be'a{
following de8rrlb. according to law, the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas door on the first. Monday divorce from the nef..ndantdll'"r In the northeast quarter of the alit certificate. shall
;rt,. the the County at Brad. .property old to theahilghestlhbidder I atlthe Clerk Circuit Court Bradford In the Month of May 1941 K. Mayes, on or before Monday, the a r ler 8)t section redeemed irnl Mi according \o' law the'I I'
In 1.h.t': :
((2 townenip ,
: County Florida I
of 'lorld. .' Add oourthousci door on the first Mon 3-8 4t 4-18 which I I. ti.e 6th. day of May, 7th day of April, A. D. 1941 otherwise six ( south ofrange properties described therein wJU !, ,
\ IB; q 10 In V.rI.YM day In the month f lA4l.hated the allegations of the said ; twenty-two (12) east Sold to th. highest bidder a' the '
TwP. 6 S. H.ot of May 1941. this 20th., day ot MarchA. 1400.. Montl. ,
asessed -
's'e; 29 at first
will he. the
rkll which I. the 6th.. day of ORDER OF Pt hIt.It tTIOY11O'rlcIc bill taken n* confessed by Courthouse door on \ "
1941. May TO APPKAR I>. 1941.OFFICIAL, the said Defendant.IT 3. I.ot. two (2). four (4) and sit ..) In the :Month! of May. 1141 ;
.. VVrttft"tV'lK ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas IS FUMT1IEH ORDERED! that let and fractional lot and II 6th., day' of Stay. 1911
.serene Dated this 29th., day of The state of Florida to B. ) which I la the .. I I t
March Mary Clerk Circuit Court nf u(26)
of Bradford
.ler. th" lIerbertZ' 19" Davidson whose residence this Order b* published one aweek of block thirty-five of J. ))11 t ed this 13th.. day of r 4
." In the name of rOFFICIATj SEAL) A.:1.: Thomascouisv known: You are hereby notified I"It. County Florida 8-JS 4t 418MOTICK for four consecutive week In M. John's. addition to the town A. 1>. 1941. I' ;

shall b. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford that hill of complaint for divorceand the Bradford County ;Telegraph, anewspaper of Starke. Bradford County, ) (OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thomas I''
: geld rert/tlcate lawthe County Florida 4.4 4t 4-23 due affidavit for this. order OF APPLICATIONFOR of general circulationpublished assessed. at 1430, Clerk circuit C uI r t. Bra.U..rd
rd ,' w\11 beth" has been filed In the Circuit Courtof In Bradford County PierIda. which said application fo4 Orderto County, Florida. 3-1 n .-, '
T4X 1IKKIrnate > .
de.crlbed otdder th. Bradford County, Florida In Sell will be based upon and. In
y .t a '
hllfh..t <<<"' Illll No ItII) DONE AND ORDERED at Starke. -
IN TifF "InCl' cause wherein I Theodore R. the Petition now
: door on the ot May. 51941Is .I'UIC..L ("R"I 0"1\1'"1' OF. EIGIITII FI.OH IK the plaintiff and Mary Davidson B. NOTICE 18' HEREBY: GIVEN. Florida 1(141.this the 3rd day of Mlrch.OFFicIAL on flit In the above styled Court.KARL NOTICH OF IIPF.L MA"TE \'. I '
uthe month Davidson That Modena Byrd holder of TaxCertificate A. D. ( WIIISNUT, An. Guardianof '
11)4. 1r I. the
6th.. day of May. AND FOR UAOFonD defendant and you No. 103 Issued the 11th SEAL) A. J. Thomas, MAIN 1\\ )
the are hereby to ( Allie Whlsnant, Incompetent. given that under t""a
required appear In Notice I.! hereby I IDecree
: day of July A. D. 1925 has filed Clerk
April ;; said cause on the 5th day of May 1 3-14 4t 4-14 virtue of that certain Final
of and by "
d tbl 2nd., day O. T. WllK..C"A5ICIC"rPlaintiff. 1941. itradford County Telegraph. same In my office and has made STATE! OF FLORID ) of Foreclosure and gale, );1 i.,',
5 5I
Application for a tax deed to be COUNTY OF BRADFORD y't" 't; ;
Is of > If.
SEAL) A. J. Thomas designated aa the newspaper In Issued th..reon.ilald. / certificate HEREBY CERTIFY that theshove on n Hit OK pi'\TIOV 1, rendered on the lath day '
'I ClrPU'
IAL Circuit Court ot Bradford WilliesMae N' 1189 which thin order shall be publishedonce embrace the following described and foregoing la I a true copy NOTICM TO APPEAR ruary A. thelllhth U. 1041. by Judicial the l Clr'r t
of Wilson. a week for four consecutive County of Bradford of the original I Order of Publication The state of Florida to John R. Court of I
Florida 01 TIE ./sin weeks- prior to said return date. .rerJr.tohFI; to-wlt t mad In the said cause. on : Slocuin whose residence I I. unknown milt of Florida In and for. In Brad.that \ .
Witness hand and Chancery,
R SERVICE my official seal : You are hereby notifiedthat ford County. In '
file office, this the Jril d..yof
at Htarke W 1-A-of of SEC of SW't,1onf therein. ,
this 8&
NOTICE! 1'0 APPEAit Florida the 21st bill for divorce certain cause pending
THE STATE OF FLORIDA day of March ). 1941.OFFICIAL. SLOW SBC. i2 Tw6 8. U. 22 March A. 1941. and due affidavit: for this. order wherein Fro.. rd W lludlngton. \ ,
J. Thomas
Arrl.lrtT10NI'tit 1'0 : i ( $Ed containing 1 Acre, more less, (OFFICIAL : ) '. A. Fetch and nm I I'.
rICE OF' Willie Mae WIIMon, who.e addre. A. J. ThomasClerk J.oJ.T Irr Clerk 3-7 Bt 4-4 has been filed In the Circuit Cburt Plaintiff and ( '.,
'f'r UKII1IJI'.na' ... Circuit assessment of the Fulch. Jame K'ck' (
I. 120\ North Cellar Court Bradford property of Bradford County, Florida In a wife, Verdle
DUI 110. 183) Street I County Florida. 3-28 4t 4.18 under the said 1 certificate Issued : cans wherein: I imrl: H. Ninon m I* liter. and Martha Klekllter.} and K. I I
Il'E IS I-IEHEBY ITLVENT ofrrtlfi'aes Chltl isehereby ordered that you I was In. the name of Calvin IN THH COUNTY J'DGE'e 0l'IIT the plaintiff anti John K. SloeumIn K. Ferryman.. .. s nuardlan Ad : I'\ I
holder Klokllternn.l /
J. Alderman Are required to appear on the NOTICH OF Byrd.Unless ,defendant and you are herebyrenulred Intern for the "aid James \ I'' I
5th APP"'t''TIO IN \ N UFO R lIHAOKOItllCOI'NTY. amiMatanins )
Numbered r..p"c.So. Klckllter minors, Ir
No day of May A. 11. ">>41 before the FOR TAX ItKKII said certificate. shall be Pl.OHIMtIN to appear In said retina Martha '
476. No. 1685 477. and U4 No. above Cw.court, to the bill nt NOTICE IS MEKKlty OIVEN redeemed according to law theproperty HK: ESTATE: OF AT.L1R on the 5th day of May, 1041. Bradford Investment defendant('ompAny. t/n** 'r" r tundersigned
.' 1541. complaillt- described therein will he County Telegraph la d '''lgnated corporation are
0. against in THAT Beulah holder of OMETiMEBBPELLFIIt'liISNUT
at yoU the Kelly Tax WIIISNANT. $ '
7th day Master. ap.
the Special .
All issued above entitled ; Certificate numbered snld to the highest bidder at the IN. as the newspaper,. In which aa '
1933 has"has tiled"mad* same"appllcaI' In- ford. County Telegraph" hereby"Brad 397. 898, 400 end. 403 respectively Issued the court house door on the first !Monday COMPKTKNTOTICH this order published:' week.: pointed In said sale filial decree. of t for-for ,r I; ,
tire designated all the In the month of May 1941. n week for four consecutive closure and
newspaper In 2nd., day of September A. D. 1935 > : OK APPIICTION TO : auction .
"r tax deed tab. lasued which this order. shall be published has filed same In my office ann which la the 6th., day of May., It..:.... LAND! prior to said return d"t.Vlln.."* dale, and will sell for cash to the i Ij u
weeka week for tour consecutive ha* made application for tax deedto 1941. Notice I* hereby given to all my hand and official seal at and outcry at the I em- bidder
JIertlflc.te" .
of and
described prop- be Issued thereon Hated this 21st., day of March whom It may concern that 1. RnrlWhlsnant Starke, Florida, this 7th day highest Front Dour of the County A
the following ofW"iNES8 Said certificates 1941. Uuardlan of Allle March, 1911.(0FFICIA1. South
the un yvof Bradford yataStarke 7Floridah brace the following respectively described em- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. sometimes as spoiled Whin- ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas' Court House In Blarke. BradfordCounty. ) i
i".i.rout < Whlsnant tho
of Florldn, : See. 18 thin th" day of March A. & In the County of Bradford properties Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford nut. an l Incompetent. of the I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford. I .. ofoApril A. AnY41,. the t
NW'of' rtrjvi 11141. 3-28 4.18 .rn'D. Florida. 3-14 41 44OTICH Tin da,
k County Florida. 4t
I nf State of Florida to-wit; heirs of Perry .. .. a County ...le. day ana
I I- more; or7lPee,c embrace10. (OFFICIAL /SEAL"fif") A. *. Thoma Lot 1 Ulk 1. City I'arkiltn/ W -- will on the 16th day of April A. 1).1 same UlTl.n being day of a said Court and withIn -
No. 476. Clerk of the Circuit Court. & C's Add'n to Btarke, Section I 28 IN TIIR'! ciRrriT ('01 nT OF THHKHillTM '! 1941 at 10:00 o'clock In the fore 1 legal hour of sale on nail I i
I Certificate See. 16 Twp. J. C, Durrance, Jacksonville. Fla. I Twp. 6 South R. 22 E. Is embraced Jfu1CiA1. tlHCriT OFTHM noon or aa soon thereafter. an the \ OK .APPLICATIONKOR the the following rtorlbed land \ 4
IO' IIE'4 of containing 20 Acre, 'lalnUff' Attorney 4.4 4t 4.35 under Certificate No. S97. MTATU" OF* .... >UIII%. INAMI same may be heard, apply to K. TtX I KI:1IVrnnte ) date and premises sltuat, lying" and ,
21 E., Lot 4 Ilk 9 Park W & K, County Judge In and Illll Mo. IM)
embraced under City SID: FOR nitAIIFORU COUNTY.IN I'crrynian In the County of Br.dford.t5t ,
lor lees Is TO WHOM C'. Add'n to Starke Section 28 ( HtItt'EItY. for Bradford County, (Florida at NOTICE IH HEREBY .towltiI ( '
IT Florida l
411. MAY holder of of
,'stea$W'4 No. of NW% & NH of TAKE NQTICE THAT aO1915 Ford\ Twp. 6 S. R. 22 I-:., Is embraced Lois Mnyes. hi* office In the Court House to In Tax Certificate Alva N.. "Numbered'olson. respectively *)!* One ( l ). Two tJ). Three '. t1, d
of 17 Twp. 7 S. Coupe. Engine No 111-17071 ,under certificate No. 898. I'lalntlff( Htarke, Florida for authority the 4th Four (4). Five (I). Six l >((6> Seven'
NW'Sec., bear. I 33 and 34 Issued >
Inl 1941 Lots 5,< '. 7 Hlk 3 City Park /SID vs- Bill For Divorce sell at private ale the entire In- ; Nlii ((9
40 Acres, moreII. Motor Vehicle filed m. Might (8) i.T1"n
IK containing Tag No Whillnant.Inc"mpetent. day of July A. l), 1916, has
of All ,
? Certll 46-2065, with W & C'n Add'n to Starke Section Edgar Fi. Maya. tereat and estate IOth Eleven uh. and
under 1
;IB embraced an appraised value In and to the following same In my office and has madeapplication <1l h'n ,
of less than 28 Twp. 6 a n. 22 H.. are em- Defendant.ORDER of Itlork Twelve HI) In ),
31'" l .
So., 484. **! was seised In described land. located. In the for tax: : deed to t>* l I. Ill( )
bra.lnd..r Certificate No. 400. OF PUBLICATIONSTATE of
l 4 of IS'-i Park' of RK14\ Also.Blkn lvto 27,- 1841*, furi>r'1Florida.. March Lot 4 Blk 6. City Park SID W OF FLORIDATO Town of Starke, Bradford County, sued thereon. respectivelyembrace empi!.'. Addition. .In the city t.The t. ?

pton, Manor- violation r Section b.lng used In th.. & C's Add'n to Starke Section 28 EDGAR E. MATES: I Florida and more specifically dscrlbed *- Said CertlMrnte describedproperties iTn'ld land to be oM In ad-' ,I
,_ contain 160TAcres 9, Chapter' Twp. 6 S. R. 22: 13., Is. embracedunder It appearing" from the sworn bill as follows, to-wlt; the following Brad oonlnnc with and to satisfy said ''IIdecree
22 a, ?hitltltI'fJVK0f F.lor"1 S and Certificate No. 403. of complaint filed In the above entitled I 1. 1-iHBt on.half of kflsixt.en.( .. .. In the County vf .
lees. Is embraced under I Intention of Ii,. ford. State of Florida to-WIt:
or W. (7) In
The assessment of the said property cause that the snvclfla placeof seven Frank Landrum Special t
Scarborough T
,fN'NW'4 7 erage Director State\ Bev :I under certificate No. 3H7 was. residence of Edgar 10. Mayes: the (16). original Starke, being fifty.two Lots 6. 12 of Blk 14 Ward City Master
8ec. 33 Twp.lens basses. .Department of Florida, Tniin.! In the name of Unknown; the assessment Defendant all particularly a* I* and one-half (6ZM,) feet eastHnd Section 8 Township 7 South lUnne Certificate 0, W. delger 1 ,,
more or Florida to I embraced under
23 E. 40 Acres sell the pro of the sad property known to plaintiff. Is ".U, Arkansas west and one hundred and 10on"t.: for Plaintiff
rated under certificate No. 'arty" front above ot described the at public' T sale under certificate no. 398 wa In'' ; that said Defendant I I. over. five (1115)) feet north and south No. '3. Blk 14 Ward City 1-7 Bt 4.iiIitiirii'iIu.r'ru'1'i'cs.. r
Courthouse, Htarkp. the name of Mm.'' 1!:. H. Smith; the' the age of twenty-one years and In the town of Starke, Bradford 1.01" 4. *
of NWV4- \ & NWVi of 8W% r 4'.lda. at 10:00: A< M.. all May 8.; -
T\\'P. 88. R. 22 E.. con-
I 10 Acres more or I..... Is The State Beverage Deportment. of
I"l.l under certificate No. 1585. Florida reserves the right to reJ..t -
of SWVJ K. of Ky..-0 any and all bids.
o 13 Twp. 8 H. H. *) B., All persons claiming" any right or
ptilnK, 9 Acres., more or less, interest In or to said' property or : ; : it

braced, under Certificate No. qulred any part to thereof appear and are make hereby such re- N

nnimiiimenf of the said prop claims within thirty (30) days
nder paid certificate No. 476, from otlh'lt* ?r.h:8fr l"hHa' .__ 4 '.?
\t, I53, 1547 15118 and 160kin ; lion 0 : : for
the name of Unknown. by Section 13 Chapter 111391, Laws
.i an said Certificate shall be of Florida, 139.> to the State Hev-
ned, according to law the rage Department of Florida at
ties described therein will Tallahassee Florida or all such .
lid to the highest bidder at rights and Interest In and to said -I naBI C R cI

,ourlhotiHe. door on the first. property shall cease and terml- .
iy in the month of May 141 nate
In the 6th., day of May 1941. E. W. BCAROflROucu ,4 n
.4 thin. 2nd., day of April ,A. Director State Beverage Depart- Sensational
I. ment of Florida Tallahassee. Flora with t the
.("ML SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ida. 4.4 Bt 5-2
j of Circuit Court of Bradfordy -

| Florida 44t 4-25 NOTICE APPLICATION.


TIf9/ OF APPLICATIONFOR That, H. C. Edwards, holder of Tax
T.'X DEED Certificates Numbered respectively,
(inmate. Bill No. 1113) No. 42, No.. 43, No. 44 No. 49, No.
bTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN1. 60 and No. 203, all Issued the 2nd.
IP. M. Pack ham. holder ofjTertlflpates ; .day of August 1937. h... a f liedsame
Numbered r ..p"c. In my office and has made
I. No 966. No. 955. No. 957. No. application for tax deed to be ,Issued
l.No. 1124.. and 1120 all Issued thereon.. '
[th, day of August"rl: 'S8 and Hald,certificates respectively em b.
182 issued the 2nd., day of brace the following described d
1 1921. has. filed same In my properties In the County of Brad
t and bas. made application for d. $tate of Florida to-wlt
M deed. to be Issued thereon. One A In NW Cor of SW,4 of
ti certificates respectively em- SWH Sec. 25 Twp. 5 S. n. 21 E.. II
the following described prop- Acre, more or lea* Is embraced
i in the County of Bradford under certificate. No 42.
of Florida to-wit: SEtt of SE\* Seo.: 28 Twp. 5 S.
I. of NWV\ of SKVt Sec. 18 R. 21 E.. 40 Acres Is embracedund..r lv
1 8. R. 22 E., containing 10 Certificate No 43.
more or less, Is embraced SEW\ of NWi/4 A N4 of SWV h 1}
Certificate No. -1166. S ec. 28 Twp. 5 8. R. 21 E., 120 ,
4 of NW<4 of NEW\ Sea 18 Acres, more or less. Is embraced
4 S R. 22 E., containing 10 under Certificate. No. 44.
more or less. Is embraced NEVfc of NEW\ Sec.: 35 Twp. 5 S. I
Certificate No 955. R. 21 K., 40 Acres, more or lens, ,,
"4 of 8W14\ of NEIfL & NBH Is embraced under Certificate No lr l f'i
'4 of NW% Seo. 16 Twp. 6 ft 49. t r ,
m.!. containing 20 acres, more 6 A In NW Cor of NEVi D ,UDE I. : il
K Is. embraced under certlfltNo. W of Road A NEVi of NW'4 ex: A flEW FOR: yod'a'I. !
( B57SO 440 feet & Eft of NWU of NWW oo\h
Ex. Lot J, Livingston ex: S 440 feet & Wtft of NW'4 of a b01tSprin .. ( { f
&: Oo'n Addition to Starke NWVi & Wft of SW') of NWH\ KrB'4 tine abo b\ :
IS I of NEW Sec. 28 Twp. 6 R. of SWVi of NWW\ ex N' 160 < 1 R. Is. .embraced under Certl- ft.. & SEat NWyW ex N 160 ft. 5\o ..SlI "O'fct '
No, 1127.I' Sec. 86, Twp 5 R R. 21 E., 13H tionanc" car u.-"c ._ rt ,
\ ft, 7 of Blk 27. Livingston Acres, more or lees Is embraced de after
\ tr Co's Add. to Starke In under Certificate No. 110. ,t ,
lot (NEV4; Sec 28 Twp. 8 S. R. Lots 5, 8, 7, 8. 9. io of Blk 31, QU ___ ..nyyp'r
t la embraced under Certlfl- I.. T. & Co's Addition to Rtarke ........-ifl/- ,!
Yo.I 1124. Sec. 28 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E. Is embraced ... I
s-" 1. 3, 12. 18. 14 of Blk 31.K under Certificate No. 203. \ '. "** t
| .ton, Truhy & Go's Addition The assessment. of the said prop- .._ T
|arke In Wi* of NE14 Sec. 28, erty under said certificates No. 42, .... *. ,
18. R. 2 K., Is embraced. 43, 44, 49. 60 and 203 were In the T 1$ If You Have an Eye ForcOM i'i j
Certificate No. 1128. name of Frank Morgan.Unlenn WITH C
!( of BWW\ Sec 25 Twp. 7 S. said Certificates shall be PARE: .act : ,
IE.. containing 80 Acres redeemed. according to law the tader t : :
1 or' /lesx, l I. embraced under properties described. therein will be ithat.\Uef, rtntbayoKiTl .... 'Iti'I

/Irate ajHesument No. 182.of the said prop- sold Courthouse to the door highest on the bidder first at Mon the f..c.\P\IJ> : NOW : :

l>tinder Certificate No 9118, was day In the Month of May ll/41, ::i:;: = c.-: Saving-TRADE E t'We'll
Pi Ie name of Unknown; The which la the 6th., day of May A. e
"nifnt of the said property ''n. 1941. \ :
r Certificate No. 9ISS wa In i 'Dated thle 1st., day of April A. bound to '
ante Of Ruhy A. Hayes; The D. '- .. ,- \
lament' : : of the said property IC SEAL) A. J. Thomas: .... give you a better trade on your old car .
; ;
i..1* Certificates No. 967. Circuit Court of Bradford 1BXgaiffB r ) r
and 4.4 4t 4-25 t
1128 were In the County Florida ,
'of Unknown; The assessment You'll get a better value in a big 1941 FORD \
f'J Property under Certificate

I"and was Co.'In th. name of Brook- ORDER NOTICE OF TO ptiuir\Tiov APPBAU : ; ; BIGGEST of any car near its price-the car '1,

less The State of Florida to MyrtleM.
.med according Certificate law shall the bet : enc'Yol Is En- SEATS with the sensational RIDE ((
|rhea described therein will,,' lloP'orr..bO"Carolina" are .Uh.\.Ot&G N lv.L" D 'DGI.'ER: new I :
.Id to the hereby notified that hill of complaint '' '.
highest bidder at
*'ty our In houne the door Month on the of May first for for this divorce order and has been due affidavit flied- And 5"OC\\yoll'Y A8 SOaBE1tSOf1E1t.FRpMttl Present low prices, can't lade Stop in today! See : :

'which.01> this Is. 2nd.the,, day of April of May A.I" foou..t"j.F In the Circuit: : ,*Court I In the a cause Plaintiff of Bradford where-and 511tOt&Gf. and try the BIGGEST QUALITY BUY in all the '5r, i

II. Myrtle 'M. Pope Is the defendant of value! You'll want this BIG .' i
hereby required to low-price 4ja
1 "JA !SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas and you are years
the :5th j
In said cause on
f.J1' Ircult Court of Bradford appear 1''"
''Y. Florida. 44t 4IHCt'IT I County day of Telegraph May 1941.Is designated' Bradford a. NEW FORD! .

the newspaper In which this order.h.1t !: S.;, .
be published once a week for ;, \ oJ

liP. four consecutive weeks prior to 14 *l l'f'1 n
COfBT. ElflllTH said return dat. Wltnes myIttaril
innL ("IHfl'IT OF P1..0KI. at ,
L''Ty.11 -'I' FOR BRAOFOUDa hp'ieddanthisf786cialth; day of March, 4w


?,'e'"_Plaintiff"tevemon'' !. CHANCERY No. 1118 Clerk( .Circuit Florida.SEAL-C o U r A.1-18 t, J.BradfordCounty. Thomas 4t 4.18! ,,, Get the facts and jf ) ''

Hefendant. OF prm.irvrioiJKOTICH I
Nf"TICf] T0 State of Florida to Evelyn
APPKAR you'll get

'annle Steverson OP FLORIDA. who :address known,: You'whose are residence hereby notified' t11

Ian. ,, (leorgta. that bill of complaint for divorceand i
''. hereby affidavit for this order .
ref to ordered that you are due In the Circuit Court 4.4 d ,..,.rr M'
appear on the ilh. M'u
"Bradford Florida In a
''aentitled courtto, before the bill. tho of cause wherein Count John W. Stlegel B'1 is 5

faint filed against you In thecaus and Evelyn .
entitled lithe defendant and you are hereby
*: and "Rrad.
County" required to appear In said causeon
I. hereby
natal' ." the newspaper In the 5th day oMay: 1941. Brad..
' I.
,4 I' Ihlll order shall be pub- natal County newspaper tin which
once a week for tour *n*. as the '
ek.. this order shall be published
I TNESd weeksWit
I and tire seal a week for four consecutive .. FORDri I;'
courtsite. d.te,
ark*. Florida.. said return l
28th.. day of March, A. D, my rhand Florid..nd official this 28th s e day a at

' .
r'f'l.\r.the SEAL Circuit) Court.A. J. Thoma March 1911.IOFFICiAL'SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk .

Co u r t. Bradford 1
"rrurrao"e, Circuit
Jacksonville Fla. 1-18 4t ..u
4.4 t\\ .-21 County Florid.

A ) 1
ri )4
TAX DEED Lti Florida to 0.t..n ,
'1TICla1188111;; Nu des)

Cer4f: 'c.4N oi6, Issned holder tile 01day ,
SePtember D. 1131
": d. same In my office andto (mm. Starke Floriday

n .b.a4sssu0t7 thereon.a 8.ld tax r

its embr.".. the following
property I.. the County

rp rr

'J ', ,.. .",.,,> ',,1"1'''';'" 1 -




-- W. S. C. S. Circles U. D. C. Entertained Birth AnnouncedMr. I I cash bid, subject '"
1111t1'SOCIETY{ 'and CLUBS J Ja the Trustee of tj. the rt*\
I 3 HostessesThe Intel1l
By .and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- provement Fund !, J Jjfrfwri
Circles of the Woman' Society all bide
baum of Jacksonville J l lntng
C1y+ 14 of Christian Service will meet United Daughters of the announcethe at : ..
Thornton-Griffis Surprise Party Surprise Party Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Confederacy met Wednesday aft- birth of a son, William, on ., D'iS!' I
ment for
Friday March 28, In road
I It I Weldon Jr. Circle Number One will meet with ernoon at the home of Mrs. E. feet wideTRUSTEES Will right' "' Vl2nd.
Miss Carma Grlffis, of Raiford, For Steve Friends of Mrs. W. D. Faxon Mrs. A. Wood; Circle Number L. Matthews, with Mrs. Matthews, Hospital. Before her marriageMrs. any parcel through be which r@pr\1.-t'

and Nelson Thornton of Bald- ,Steve Weldon, Jr., 14-year-old gave her a pleasant surprise on Two with Mrs. F. H. Long; and Miss Madge MlddJeton and Mrs.E. I Nussbaum was Miss Miriam an Lot existing II U.State U or'toad t ..
Jacobs of Starke.
'1 her birthday anniversary Wednesday Circle Number Three with Mrs.D. S. Matthews as co-hostesses. pie' Addition{ to Starkp IIlk II f.
+ win were married last Friday aon of Mr. and Mrs S. A. Wel- March 23, with a party at 1'wp. 8 S. )t. 22 E. t
P. Carpenter The living room and dining rooms Lot.
night by County Judge E. K. don, was given a surprise birth- the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. were made, more attractive witha I NOTIOJa city In I'. 2'ot sjh 8, ;7 Rlk t tie
The bride is the : BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA U Twp A F of t r.
Ferryman. S. R. ,
afternoon, Smith. After pleasant evening, 22
a : '
day party Monday variety of Spring flowers suchas Lot
I April 1941 4 ot R1k
K. Ladies
i' of Mr. and Mrs. R. AuxiliaryThe in.ndJn
t daughter March 24,. by his parents, at their hamburgers were cooked on the sweetpeas California poppies, NOTICE IS HI' N a.'AS I2 2'4E ot ny Llnooln, CIh
Gritfts, and has been In Starke outdoor f !',place and served that pursuant to Section/ 9 of Sec 111,
home N. Walnut Street. gladioli, and straw flowers. Chapter 182)16.) Law of Florida.
: OF
on of the
since the first of last DecemberShe Ladles Auxiliary
1 with coffee.Quarterly. In the absence of the president, Act. of 1937., known a.. the MUK- PHOVEl\ffoJNT IXTERNAL ,
was employed at first at the Mrs. Weldon had quietly asked I Presbyterian Church will meet PHY' ACT the following described o.. FLOHIDA. (rlr 211
I the meeting was presided over In Hradford County, Florida, By A. J. 1'Hu' fAS
Starke Cleaners, and recently .next Tuesday night at the home ,
Dry all members of Troop 70, Boy will Agent
the first Mrs. be offered for vale at publlo I. I. Fund, Bradford try,
RallyOf vice-president.
f at the Coffee Pot; local of Mrs: K. G. Duncan at 8 -' by 'outcry for the highest and best It. Count,
of America f which
Scouts o
I G. Powell who called on the
New River W. M. U. clock. Mrs. Charles Tumey will' *
cafe.Mr. Steve Is a member, and the boys chaplain Mrs. A. M. Darby, to
Thornton Is from Baldwin, To Be Held Next FridayThe have charge of the program on i .
and Is in the employ of the State were told to keep it a secret so Korea and the American Indian. 1 make the opening prayer. "THE ARMY STORE"Ben
transacted her
Road Department.' They will reside that Steve would be surprised quarterly rally of the New All Presbyterian women are urgedto Madge Middleton
in Baldwin. :when they cane: to his home. River W M. U. Association will attend. duties as secretary, and the flag
salute was led by Miss Olive Ray. 209 East Call Street
r I The boys bad a merry time be held with the Brooker Baptist -

Col :McNeese To AddresaWoman's playing bountiful games and enjoying the Church on Friday April 11, John Lawrence Carter by Report Mrs. E.of K.treasurer Ferryman was, and made report Military Supplies and Novelties
supply of sandwiches, beginning: at 10 a. m.
Club .cake and punch served by Mrs. The Rev. C. F. Hooker will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carterof of finance committee by Mrs.
# ,Weldon E. L. Biggs, who outlined plans SPECIAL-Complete outfit, Khaki pants & shirt $2.J
The regular meeting of the and her assistants. The make the main address of the Tallahassee announce the birth $
party was enjoyed by 28 Scouts. morning session at 11:20 o'clock. of March 26. The baby for the Chapter birthday partyto FOOT LOCKERS .. J
Woman's Club of Starke will beheld a Ion be given on April 25. The -- .----------.----..:....___. ,,4.
I' In the club house next Wednesday The devotional will be led by has been named John Lawrence :

c afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Baptist W. M. S. Circles Mrs. W. C. Carr, and the welcoming Carter. Mrs Carter Is a grad- following to committed arrange for was this party appointed -: DRESS SHOES ----------------I:-----___. .'_ $$3.59
: address will be made by uate of Bradford High School and
with the new president :Miss Mrs. O. 1. Mrs. E. L. COTTON RIDING PANTS _____ _
1 Beasley ___
______ _
I ;r Evelyn Stump, In,the chair. Cot Circles of the Baptist W. M. S. Mrs. C. A. Warren. Mrs. C. M will be remembered as Miss Hilda Biggs, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, and $Ili
will meet Monday afternoon at Brlttaln will speak on the sub- Wyrick of Lawtey.TYPEWRITER RAINCOATS
O. W. McNeese, public relations ___
Mr. Hal Edwards.As --------------------- _____ S2UpI
;a t officer at Camp Blanding, has 3 o'clock as follows: ject of "Speeding_up W. M. U. -

,t., ; I been Invited to speak. Circle No. 1 will meet at the work In the New River A ocla- RIBBONS-All Memorial Day is Saturday "We Sell For Less"
April 26, it was decided to have
home of the leader Mrs. L. G. tion. BRADFORD
Hostesses for the meeting are: kinds. 79o: each memorial 'exercises Sunday
( : Powell. Luncheon will be served at COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
t Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. afternoon 27th. at four o'-
? Adklns, Mrs. E. I* Biggs, :Mrs. Circle No. 2 will meet at the noon, and the afternoon session! clock The -.-,- -n. -- --- -.pit -- ....
y R. C. Buford, Mrs Edward home of Mrs. George Flynn. will get under way at 1:30: p. m. Mrs W. E. Malone; Training Crosby Cemetery. ,
historian Mrs. announcedthat
'' Burns, Mrs L. with the devotional led by Mrs.L. School, Mrs. L. E. Wilson; White Biggs
A. Canova. and Circle No. 3 will with :
meet had
she invited R. M.
t Mrs. L. D. Vining. W. Enfield. Mrs. L. E. Wilson Cross, Mrs. -'Doris Rosier; Hun- Major ROBERT
Alderman. of
I will speak on "Speeding up the dred Thousand Club Mrs. Van Hovta the 155th: Infantry to
-* ,, .. .. make the memorial address. It "
nmmmm i.-n-- ----------- ---- ---- work Carden M r a. F. J.
--- ------ --- among: our young people ; Publicity,
I followed by reports from all committees Thomas; Orphans Home, Mrs. T. I was decided to invite the Jones-

INSURANCE AN BONDS : Personal Service Mrs.J. B. Harding; Margaret Fund. Mrs. .Langford-White Post, American
,, H. V. Arwood Sunbeam Legion and the Boy Scouts to
P. Wyrlck; Mission Study. ; Baby, & DRY CLEANERS
assist with the exercises.
Mrs. W. C. Carr; Stewardship, Mrs. L. W. Enfield.

HAROLD __ _n _. .. The historian read an articleon F
C. WALL AGENCY Dr. John Gorrie one of Flor- Phone 215

Carolyn Callstreet ida's contributions to the ranksof

famous men. Dr. Gorrie came .
------. to Aoalachicola in 1833 to
Constant Service -nrac- ALL WORK 1
Over 50 Years GUARANTEED
"Jeeps", to the right of me; a permanent fixture tlce medicine and Imbued with \
to the left of Street Scene Folks if tho Idea that ices' was necessaryIn
1 "Jeeps" me; : ( youdon't
I Please Phone 146 Starke Down the'street they thunder. come' to town soon, I'm the control of'fever, and car- ALL CLOTHING

'.11 One didn't catch light of me- gonna start callin'' on, you pusson- ried out many experiments to

9._. ..... ______ _._ ... ._J-+ Nearly nothing left of melt ally to get, the news) Pat facture devise a of method Ice. Dr.for John the Genie manu- FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE
almost plowed me under! Lambe in Starke Dry Cleaners

IIeW41a41YIIWIIW14YlaWIAWIIWINeaIIIIIIIW11411411a111111111 IIIWIIIeIaIAIptl11MIIlAIIaIIMIa111AIWlllatlltlll1111UMNW14,IItlII1leIWYl1, To tell the truth, I was so busy Seems strange after lee In' is today recognized as the fatherof

watchln. the boys comin' to townto her In Steinberg's for the past the artificial ice industry.

bank that million dollars (or two decadetUor 'w a s it that I: 'When the meeting' had adjourned 1SUB .

spend It) that I Jus' didn't look long? ". .. Didn't mean to give the guests were invited

before I leaped Into the middleof away your age, Pat Helen Into the dining room, where the-

r Call Street, so the Jeep wasn't Dowling brightenin' City Hall table was covered with a lace
TH EHTRE5THRHE entirely to blame In case in Carl John's office lAnd cloth and centered by a tasteful STATIONAt
you don't know your national doesn't she wear the 'cutest red arrangement of aweetpeas and

defense, Jeeps are those high- and blue shoes?) ". Dot Green other spring flowers. Refreshments New Green Building Next To

FLDRIDHBRADFORD pocketed reconnalsance cars that workln' for brother Robert at his were served buffet style .

you haft to strap yourself in to cleaning "sub-station" Fred- from the charmingly appointedtable Green's Store
from fallin' Un- die at which Mrs. A. M. Darby
COUNTY'S MOST keep out Wimberly:! Alice June Hard-
UP-TO-DATE MODERN AND nerstand several of our sweet ing, Ruth Simpson, Patsy Keen, poured tea and Miss Madge Mid-
THEATRE young things are comin''down and Virginia,Sewell sellirT ticketsto dleton served salad. NEW, MODERN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING |

PROGRAM" OF WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, with bad attacks of Jeep Jitters the Legion, c Who Besides the hostesses, ''Mrs. .' PLANT: INSTALLED AT
Matthews, Miss Mlddleton, and HOME rON STATE
Latest local caused could h and
malady lat
APRIL..6TH 1941 4 res .sa pep, pulchritude
!. .. by hlttln' the bumps' : of Cherryand ? .Part Manning gone Mrs* E. 9j Matthews, .',here ,were 4 U{ ;H !( p, : 'ARM'ROADJ' Al; *

Sun.-Mon. April 6-7 'Tuesday, April 8BARGAIN Walnut Sts.:. while riding the from Leila's "(to 'Ocala) present: Mrs, L. G.! Powell, Mrs.
Edith Fellows DAY back seat Can't Imagine.:;anygne leavln' the R': H. Cox Mrs. L. A. Shepherd I

In .. Charles Laughton In Call Street never glittered more bright lights of Call Street now Mrs A. M. Darby, Mrs. W. E. WORK CALLED FOR
for cross-roads Middleton, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. :
glamorously than every nightthis a hamlet like
"HER FIRST "SIDEWALKS E. K. Perry man, Mrs. O. L.
y" OFLONDON" week with new Neon signs Ocala Frank Landrum and
Haynes, Misses Olive and Amelia AND DELIVERED I
ROMANCE"ParamounY'News Joe Wilson
startln' the
1 blazing away and soldiers spend- pre-Eaeter II
oa In' their hard-earned sheckles for parade of straw hats ', Earl Ray. I

"Truth Aches Comedy" and Eunice .. ... .., .
: everything from guitars to bagsof Searing airing their --- - ... ---. --
American Royal Also-Snobbed By A Snob oranges Those who feareda new son in a new blue Chewy Young Matrons' Circle .n

Wed.-Thurs business slump when camp .. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright has The Young Matrons' Circle of
i April 9-10 Friday, April 11 construction was finished can stop one too T. (New car, I mean) the Baptist W. M. S. will meet

t "GERONIMO"With On The ..Screen"MARGIE" count In' sheep and go back to Gonna miss Bill and Flor- in the church annex Monday Plenty of !

countln' greenbacks again ence North, leavln' us In the night, April 14, at 7:30: o'clock.All Green's Store

With Tom Brown Mischa Prosperity has evidently become lurch to make their home at the members are urged to be preyent '

Auer State 'Farm as matters of importance will FREEParking -

Preston Foster Also-The First Add genial hosts: Tom Rldas be considered:l at this time. CASH & CARRY
Ellen Chapter
George Condon of the popular

r DrewParamount Of New Serial"Sky o' New Blanding Grill The flush-rush Men, you Tiave lucky days com-
Raiders" Modern Monday night jus about had 'em ing. Buy razor blades, shaving Starke, Florida

News whipped down, tho lotion
With The Dead End Kids Sanitary cream Booth paste, and 'J
Good to Nell Andrews and
see 230 other bargains at lo each
Arcade Varieties On The Stage Expert Jake Jacobs snappin' back to normal when ;you buy one more of the Pure Hog

"AMATUER NIGHT" Barbers after their hospital sieges same items at a regular price- Lard

a. Wednesday, Thursday, 45 Pounds
i Saturday, April 12
Fur Quick Service Visit The I" Flowers bloomln' around at last Saturday, April Frltlay'1 w

2 Big Features STARKE BARBER SHOP Hear the Woman's Club penter' The Itexall Drug

"SAN FRANCISCO DOCKS" ladles plan to send posies regu- Peanut Butter'or Quart No. 2 Cans 2FM|
.... .. .. '
to 'em .
to the .1
With Burgess Meredith larly Blanding hospital Salad Dressing 20c Cut Beans 15c
& Irene i
Harvey i Good work, gals Should Elney, Meany, Miney Mo- "
Also Our Beauty Service To which dance shall I ?
work miracles on the morale of go Charmer Can Toilet 3 B lb
"COVERED WAGON TRAIL"With ahult-In soldiers Fraid the ole pedal extreme-

Jack Randall always Insures looking you of 1) I Of all the sassy< people! ties Jus' can't stand two in succession Coffee .._ ___ 12/2c Tissue ___ lOc|

"Donald's Lucky Day"-Cartoon Scallions to the party ,(or par- after ploddln' the streetsall -
n On The Stage your best ties) who sent me an interestln day If I go to the Legion

At 3:00: O'clock 7 O'clock 9 O'clock & 12:30 Mid- We have real! look In' envelop, which-upon be- dance Friday I might win the FLOUR 21 Pounds 70c
In' car But on the other hand,
b night Show-THE FAMOUS skilled stylists] ito opened-yielded nothln' more Guaranteed
if I go to the Engineer's affair
do ] than a sheet of white paper say-
( HILLBILLIES"Midnight In' "April Fool Aunt Carolyn" Sattlday night, I might win an

work I. Was I disappointed! Engineer! My-oh-my KelloKC'1I 2 For Kitchen 3 "
Show Saturday 11:30 P. M. STARKE BEAUTY Had expected a nice morsel of what a dilemma Com Flakes

"ALL WOMEN HAVE SECRETS"With SIIOPPE choice gossip -, Katty and Red Montelth, Dot __ 15c Matchen lOc
and Billy Powell Bill and Ida
Virginia Dale J Located Near East Door of An epistle I like much better 8 Small or S TaIl : Fa
Joseph Allen, Jr. Plummer among those writh-
was one from Mrs R. F. Courtney -
Also Selected Shorts Courthouse In' at the wre t1fn' matches /las' Milk ___ ___ 20c Salt 5c
__ ____
""" '' ,,, ,,,,, (ex-Starkette) way up in
i nmmuansmmumnmmmstmnnpsnwmmemsmmmnronminnwtlunlnnnlsunmmnnn' '' '''' I '' '' ',,', ,,, ,nttltflllUttl,,' "'" Iff I"HHIltlll",",IHI lltil"",lIIhl11"i"I"m 111111111111"im u n ,,, Poland Friday night Guess they'llall
Springs Maine She '
'I writes: be back again ,to see Jack

B BMBHBIB BBBIVSJB BHBBM Dempsey Saturday weekCan't .
"Good Morning Carolyn: So Potatoes No. 1
wonder I say I blame 'em .. I'll 15c
when words
IMPORTANT you you pen,
NOTICETHE where some will find their journey's probably Butcher Lee be u Hennlng p so close will that 10 Lbs.
end. Our Issue of the Tele-
GAINESVILLE graph arrives' In Monday mall. over my turban when he startsbeating f No. Z Can 3 &&J;:
GAS COMPANY his usual retreat around,
Tuesday it goes to Crescent Lake. the outside of the' -. Tomatoes __ 6c Onions lOc
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF Friday it Is mailed to some point ropes ___ _
Congratulations to ,Jack Halle
THEIR NEW OFFICE AND SHOWROOM AT west-Kansas City or Nebraska and orchestra for winning second Lb.1 All Kinds S Far
or Oregon or Washington or California
place at the Park Theatre amateur Oleo __ ___ 10c Bread 2
LI j>ther points from -- ___ -- _
night las' Friday First
330 W. University Ave. there. A regular 1941 Magic I
place went to a Camp Blanding
Carpet! Best wlabes.-Mr. R. '
GAINESVILLE F. Courtney. singer Guess the class prophecy COOKING OIL 70c
was right when It predicted -
My-oh-my Never dreamedI
? that Jack would become .
a" You Are Cordially Invited enjoyed such wide-spread circulation second Artie Goodman-or
To was
Inspect Our I'd;
Display> Of Guess I better be it Benny Shaw? ," Besides Florida Lb. Picnic

Modern Gas..Equipment careful what I say from now' on Jack on the and Pork Chops 15c 1
If it's sax joy stick _.. Hams ______ _
A.Feature of the Appliance Display is i gonna travel around the (clar1net, to you uninitiated), his
: a complete country like that arregatlon boasts such talent as Billed Lb. Round u

Model KitchenGainesville Leila and BIll Mundy enter- Garland Godwin trombone Ground Meat 25c
__ 17c Steak _
d talnln their employe) with a Freeman Register, drums _____

turkey dinner Tuesday night ? And Edwina Wiggins, piano 'J. .

Jeanette Klncald announcln her Well, so long Gotta go Best Smoked
Gas Co.The retirement from business .. practice up on my 'mouth organ Bacon orWhite I5c

Call Street won't seem the same Don't forget to applaud. for '

\Dep rtdal.bJe withput.her .,,,she added a cer- me ..tonightif J ,get. up .JlerYeetroag.
4' Phone 1441 \ Fuel tarn mp:' elh'n1t .-. hors Mis- ;' .".4;! ,.=..y. lUI aI.debut', !: -
,, No Change In Phone Number Murphy and the two little Mur- I

h 'w 1 t 4tII'tl someone phys find who'll a good be awfully'home kind with --Carolyn.i; PRESSED; HENS"(Live Weight) ", Ib.2cR4 ()


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V. \ ,
Mrs. Junius Smith took her I XOTITN OP APPLICATION erty under the Bald certificate leaned ,i \
r- BITS of LOCAL NEWS <' young son "Butch." to the birth- Carden CompletesFire FOR TAX I>KKI> wa. In th. name 'of John (14J 4 1 \ '

day party of his little oneyear.old Survey <...ale Bill '111.. IQ) l..ewta.Vnlemi. ", it"" :
---- -- ---- '-. --, ,- NOTICE 13 MKUKllY OWEN paid. certificate shall be I '
cousin Kim. son of Mra.
That Ruby A. }Have holder of Tax the '
according to law
Smith was shop- Mrs J. G. Alvarez Is visiting Miss Pat Lamb for several Smith's sister, Mra." E. K. Ben- Twenty-seven new fire I ex- Certificate No. ill l Issued the Sn
Jacksonv\l1e JunlUII \ Monday. her parenta in Lawrence, Mass years an employe at Steinberg's, nett of Jacksonville Wednesday; I tinguishers were sold and approximately day flied of earn September In my l>. ISHS and has hue property old to the ttlBhevt bidder at the Ij', ', '

began work Monday with the twenty-five ,old ones made application for a tax, deed. I, oourthouao door on the flret Mon ,
Dowty l Is "I at her H. H. Stroman Is In Talahaasee Starke Dry Cleaners and "Laundry J. L. Gentry manager of the were rebuilt or recharged during to lie tanned thereon.following Haiti certificate dent day In the month of :May. 19-11. ;
D embraces the "
W West Call Street. visiting his brother and sister-in-! local Farmers' Market and A. F. I the recent survey of the business rlned property In the County of which la the 8th. 'day of May IjMl.liated .
t :537 liradford of Florida, to-wit: thin In law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stroman. Yates were In Jacksonville last houses according to V, H. Lots 4,, State IHk B Lincoln City ( hAL: > A. J. ThomaMClerk ": '
Garner and son Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned Friday attending a special meeting Carden, fire chief. If anyone Sec, HI wap.He(I H. H XI W of Circuit Court of Bradford I ICounty
J. c recent visitors In Mr. and Mrs. Homer Limbaugh Monday from Orlando where she called by William L. Wilson else wishes to obtain a fire extinguisher Th. assessment. of the sold propI I Klorlda. 4-4 4t 4-2S I II I a

were and son, Homer Jr., are In Lake- visited,her son-in-law and daughter Director of State Farmers' Mar- Mr. Carden says, he
jnvllle. land visiting relatives. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen- kets. will gladly get It at the wholesale "

and Mrs. A. Long. don. price, which la at present 'HUPTUII&&: can /'e COttftcttlJ: :

ge wererelatives. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hollowayhave W. T. Clute has rented the $0.32. yr

nellVl11e. gone to Jacksonville Beach Miss Gertrude McAithur, of Kingsley Lake residence of Mrs. Mr. Carden completed the survey ,. '1swa

where they will spend the'sum- Marlanna, was the week-end Jeanette KIncaid to Mr. and Mrs. and sent In his report to the ,
land Mrs., W, E. Middletonhe mer, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson Billy Dupree of Tampa. :Mr.: American Underwriters last Tues 'it ,AI1 w at

Week-end at their camp and Mrs. Olson's sister ;Miss Dupree la with the Tampa Morn- day. "I would urge all service t.\', ;

runswick, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall Ruby Lllley. Ing Tribune, and they moved Into stations" Mr. Carden said Wednesday "

of St. Augustine were recent their new home Wednesday. "that do not have a fire

I cent Sale Value. Get a guests of Mr.' and Mrs.: W. L. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and extinguisher to put one in, be- J, ,

Coupon which gives you S Wall. son. Mack. G. M. Slstrunk and Here's good news! Four big cause the city council recently

e 8 of Klenzo Dental Creme' Joe Slstrunk spent last Sunday in day of "two for the price of one, made a ruling that anyone callingthe ..
Is In William Norris was in Jack.sonvUle' Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs. cent"
tv S9c.!) Coupon your plus only one bargains. fire department for a personal
page circular of bargain Thursday attending the Merrill Futch. Over 250 bargainsedfteaday.. automobile, unless it was endangering let us examine you without
Store. : Shriner Ceremonials at Morocco Saturday, April other wouldbe
I Rexall Drug Thursday Friday property, assured
L your of the big values on the : Temple. Mrs. D. T. Clark, after spending 16-17-18-19 at Carpenter's the liable for the bill-which runs charge. Relief and comfort :! :; "i;

| One lent Sale. Wednesthiiraday. several days with her parents, Rexall Drug Store.R. around $30 every time we are with our sweat proof friction truss. : 8 :
Friday Saturday, : Mrs. A. E. LIghtfoot and Mr. and Mrs N. D. Walnwrlght, called out. It Is up to the busi- :

16-J7-18-19. Carpenter's'' daughter Nancy, went to Miami Sr., returned Friday to her homein M. Sparkman of Plnecustle ness people of Starke," he continued Koch Store 'r'' 4 i"1 ; :'

|naIl Drug Store. Tuesday where they are visiting- Miami. was looking after property Interests "to help us In our fire Drug ,+, eleSTARKB.

relatives. here last Friday. He was prevention." "'L.\. w '0 I {

A McKinnon spent last Mrs. T. J, Griffin returned Sun- accompanied by his daughter The City Council has expressedits :1 I",.

nd with his wife and ,fam- ;Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins and day after spending a week In Mrs. W. T. White of Winston- sincere appreciation of the lle j; eTe

jst. children and Mr and Mrs. John Jacksonville at the home of her Salem N C., and granddaughter, way the business houses cooper-

Moyer spent Sunday In Tampa son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mis. W. P. Marshall of Jackson- ated with Mr. Garden In the sur- LNK i ii

Sewell and Andrew ;Z. and St. Petersburg.Zack Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. ville. vey. i aNEW

L, jr. returned Sunday to '
ladel In Charleston, where Miss Evelyn Stump and Mlsa Percy Cox of Miami was renewing METHOD CLEANERS h
( Brown Is In Augusta Ga., Auto to Be Given 1
will continue their studies business.. Mrs. Brown is Dorothy Swanbom spent Friday old acquaintances In I Il
e next two months. spending the week-end with relatives and Saturday in Tallahassee attending Starke this week and visiting relatives Interest Is reaching a high E. O. EDWARDS, Owner j
In Jacksonville. the alumni reunion at the I in the Theressa section. peak In the American Legion l

Florida State College for Women. He was accompanied. by his dance at the Armory tonight 'r'riJ
E US Mr. and Mrs. J. P. H. Bell Jr., daughter Miss Clara Cox. and a ( Friday ) at which ,a PROMPT SERVICE S ,, '
of Gainesville recently visited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hampton, I friend, E. C. Plnkaton, also of super-deluxe ,4-door Ford sedan

Mrs. Bell's parents Mr. and of Jacksonville, were guests this I I Miami. will be given away. Tickets have ,

4t Mrs. W. M. Edwards. week of Mrs. Hampton's grand been selling fast this week, and Satisfaction Guaranteed '
parents Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Wil- i Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss a record-breaking crowd la expected i ii

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman liamson, and of Mrs. John Moyer. 'Kate Struth had as guests last to attend the affair. A i ,F .4

have moved to Starke perman- week-end Mrs. L. M. DeSha and portion of the proceeds will go Phone 135
ently from Sebring and are living Chairman W. M. Edwards, of daughter Marjorie of Wlldwood; to the R H. S. Athletic fund. ,
the City Council announced Tues I Mr. and Mrs W. L. Edwards and '
at 201 W Madison St. 315 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.' l a
day night that he will collect daughter. Fredrlcka, and Mrs. tINK ('Ilirl'IT tOUIT IX All ,,,
KOK tltKOItll.. f 01' N'1' V,
Middleton, of $2.00 each night the Armory Is Frank G. Bauknight and daughter FI.UI..n\\ ('II "><'Kl: "'.
Marjorie Sue used to defray,the: light bill, etc. Jane Merrill, all of Jackson Minnie Jnhnntnne Smith! (
the weekendhere Plaintiff, III
Jacksonville, spent ville.' ,VIInobert' ,,t
with her grandparents. Dr.
Frank Landrum W. Smith
T. attorney
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. Defendant.
spent the week-end attending the Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North IN TilE NAILS: OF THIS BTATn
State Bar Association at Tampa have had an apartment at -
SandwichesShort who TOItnbart: W. Smith whose real
L. A. Davis spent FridayIn and the meeting of the Florida the home of J. L. Simmons on dance la unknown.
Orders Jacksonville and while there You are hereby required to appear ,
Young Democrats at St. Petersburg I Madison St., for several year. to the bill of complaint filed .
Regular DinnersEat was a guest of the Jacksonville I moved the State Farm herein annlnut you on or before. a
to 4sss\ ;
Chapter United Daughters of the recently Monday the 6th day of May A. Ltort. : '"
where Mr. North Is employed. .
In Pleasant Confederacy Mrs. C. R. Calhoun who has in the Simmons It .U further ordered that thin
Their apartment notice and order Im published In
Surroundings been visiting her sister Mrs. W. home Is now being occupied by the Bradford founty Telegraph a THELEGISLATURE
J. H. COURTMANCH P. Smith, left Friday for Savannah Mrs. Jeannette C. Young. newspaper publlxhed. In said County '.
of Bradford one each week for '
I Beer or Liquor ServedA&ACAFE Watch-Maker & Jeweler Ga., and 'after a visit there four .on""l'uIIVe week. .
wlir go to her home In Green- WITNKHH my hand and official 1 ,>. i
| Over 9 Years of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. White and deal thin 2nd., day of April A. it
Faithful Service To The wood, S. C. daughter, Frances,' returned Sun- 1041 IN SESSION 1. fi
(OKFICIAI. SHAM A. J. Thomas 9 G
Back of Carpenter' People of Starke day afternoon to their home In Clerk Circuit Court. AT TAI I AIIASSEE '
Mrs. A. B. Baker after a few Tallahassee after'' a'- visit herewith John J. HenderHon Emn, .
day's visit in the home of her relatives. They were accompanied Solicitor for pl"l'nt"' It!. 4-4 4t 4-tl APRIL 8 JUNE 8 ,"+
father J. B. Rowe, was taken to '-
:: '
back 'to Tallahassee '
SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION her home in Daytona' Beach Sun- '. DaVlll"who went i "uTln", TO HKFK.\-I ANT -You Should Know What ...., ... : -
:\. {
by Mrs. I* IV: 'inn'IA11'r s'01,11 ov 'TIIKKK.MTII : ;
day by her brother ClYde'Rowe, there to visit the 'Anna Jackson .JIIIII" C'IIIt'1 IT lAl > Your, ,liepresentatlves Do- at' l i
and his wife. ) KOI1 "I.\nI"Oltn OINTV: ,
United Daughters of the ........ '
Chapter KIOMIOt. til\:\( TilE ,
DRI.INK-The[ New Ink That Requires: No Blotter .' Woodrow W. floude.. .II t
Miss Ruby Lllley teacher In Plaintiff, FLORIDA TIMES-UNION ,

Beautiful FOUNTAIN PEN FREE the B. H. S., left Monday for an Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks had VIIDorotliy- Thlbodeaux Cloude, t.- 'a .pedal. efatf ef corrce- r y I.pondenta I.
extended visit with her parents at Defendant. n '
With Each Bottle During: This Demonstration! the as their guests on Santa Fe Lake IN TILE NA.MK OK TAE: STATE:: who will give Irene 1 4,
Ill. during
Olmstead Mrs. Weeks' Bis OF KMllll, nHKKTINUH: -
last TODorothy: plate aoourate ('OVuaA01' all II I
summer Miss Lilley will attend Thlbodmtux" Cloude,,, tI
and :
ter, Mra. C. W. Dlshlnger, whose rei.ldt.nre I la unknown.
f Friday and SaturdayT summer school. her husband of Jacksonville; Mr. You are hereby required to tip- done during the _Ion.Hy f
to the bill of complaint filed
and Mrt. Junlus Smith of Starke; herein aNmlniit you on or before Carrier '
Call St. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stroman Slsson of Raleigh, the hula nay In May, the name. 'Veell.1ylIy ; y
MORGAN'S 110 West Miss Mignon .
and daughter, Miriam Mrs. being May 6th, A. I). lull Mail $1.05 Monthly
N. C.?: and Mr. Wm La Morte, It In further ordered that thin f
Mason and W. C. Williams, of In the N. C.: State University order be published once each week
student for four connecutlvn week In the
guests Sundayof
Tallahassee, were *"
at Raleigh. Bradford County Telegraph a new"
Mrs. S. S. DowJlng and Mrs. paper of a-eneral circulation ',ub.Ilahed N
W. S. Stroman. 1 In aald County of Hradford, / .
NAT SEZ: Mrs. R. J. Davis. Miss Llllie WITNBHrt my hand and official'
.eel: this 3nd.' day of April A. I"
Kendrick and Miss Ann Brandonof 1 1)'A'trtAL. '
Miss Carol White left Friday
I more fan mall every first Clover. S. C., are spending this ( if'AL! A. J. Thomas
get with a party of friends for a tripto Clerk Circuit (!our..
of the month than Clark Gable, Washington D. C., and pointsIn week with Mr. and' Mrs. T. N'I John J. Mnndemon Run,

.#if {< only difference Is mine are mostly Pennsylvania. While In Pitts- Kendrick. They spent Monday In j Solicitor for pllOln''itf. >.4 4t -2B

r?: duns. burg she will bethe(,::, guest of St.Studios Augustine also and Wednesday visited Marine they !II JL 11 ,I I r

I wonder how It feels not to owe Miss Lois Crosby!. spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. I I I'' ?

an)'body. I've: asked a lot of MIss Dorothy Faxon left Mon H. T. Black of Macclenny, and'

people that same question but so day for a visit with relatives In visited Silver Springs Thursday. i I II I Stop! Look Listen! I

far haven't found a soul who Mobile Ala. She was accom- *
could tell me. panied as far as Lake City by her Friends of Claude S. Norman P
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fax- and Walter H. Norman Jr., will I.

on, and Mrs. Lacy Conway. be Interested to know that they '
have enlisted In the Navy. They I CLAR-JEAN SHOPPEHAS
are sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. Horace
of Starke to
WRESTLINGFriday Norman formerly, i
and now living In MiamL They
Night April 4th were among three sets of broth-

8:30 P.M.Athletic ers who enlisted on the name .I I

ia 'NICENEEDLEWORK Arena day and whOHe pictures appearedin

I Fla. a recent issue of the Miami' } s
Starke, I Dally News. PRE-EASTER SALE .

FEATURE BOUT Mrs. Avery PowellMrs. \
Butcher Lee Ilennlng-Iowa

i An added touch o' style steps up this 228 Bessie Groover Powell,, 1 s

handsome fwo-lon street-sport model. O. -vs-S. McKlnly 63 Powell, widow died of Tuesday the I late at her Avery home Prices are slashed on all new merchandise 'r ;

212 Lbtll. I Illness ol
In Jackiionvllle: after an p
I four months. She was a native "
Two blended,shades SEhl1-FNAL I of Lake Butler. Her husband,, .

of quality calfskin George Taylor who died 'In 1939 was an employe COME EARLY. LATEST IN SPRING

185 Lb*. of the Florida Times-Union for

h VII I 20 years and wa also at one timeIn

Sugl Hayamaka newspaper work In Bradfordand '

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L'C+ PFREEM John Svenikl i%: TIIK (.nct''r COI 1IT. KK.MTII. lI
(" "* (111(1\ "P Of IM.OH.III"
198 U- lV AN1) Foil IIK.U FUIUJCOt.'NTY. l I .t tAll

ANHie "S Il'. CtltlCKRVAlston Gifts Children's dresses house infants ,
Jack Pnrclln VPlan>"" 10 rd. coats

202 1A*. ."". Uf, 1.40 115 ,

{ye j 2000 General 400 Flint Admliwlon Tax Seats Nina Howard.OHIoEIof NOTICE.f.nd.nt( TO 8F.RVlf'Jo1 APPEAR wear, must go. --- Buy yom; spring and !

1000 Ringside Seats THE STATE OF KtOHlUAl:
Y4 75c Plus TaxAtdTCJT1AKERGall TO la Nina Mason Howard.Wreet.! whose Han Franclnco reldencla < t

l3l\.r summer wardrobe now Bathing suits play-
Romanoff It .by ordered that yot J ,
on the I
are required to appear ftl
tTndefeated Middleweight' day of May A. D. U. before th, '

5STERNBERG'S Champion, of the World.! or above complaint entitled filed court.., the you fell lith i suits greatly reduced.

above entitled causel. a n.( .
JACK DEMPSEY Bradford fount" I'' { .1
hereby decimated' a. the n w ,
In Penon In which this order shall bpubllnhod <
April 12 paper a weak for foe, l i i
Saturday Night con....<-utl.. week.. ;
WITNESS my band and the ...aef NOW IS YOUR BIG MOMENTi
This Stub and Me' Pluai Federal this eourt at illar., :rjorWi ,
tale Ird,. day ,.f April. A. D, 141
Tar Will Admit Bearer to OFFICIAL IIEALJ! A. J. Thomai, 'I

75c Ringside eat. ,Clerk....a.. 1C of the H-.Clreult. Jacknonvlll Court... Fla I 1' !Uf UfrM.
Plaintiffs Attorney, 4-4 4t 4-1 ;


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BraFARMERS' Legislature.Faces Old ProblemOf Mission Hall I LIVE-ST; A'TENEWScourt. )

I SECTIONRURAL Squeezing Blood From TurnipThe And TabernacleJesus' ------ -
old 'problem of squeezing promise of the Spirit as CITRUS RUBBING ALCOHOL Mrs. Robert PhlUI 1\

HINTS FOR THEHOUSEHOLD a new supply of blood from the I or governmental services must be contained In the "Olivet Discourse -Orlando,-A new kind of rubbing year-old mother of four :

I well-worn turnip will be the principal diminished. ," was the subject of Bible alcohol made from oranges, was decapitated by ,k. ",
COMMON SENSE. headache confronting state at the Mission Hall Tues- wing. Five l,
There's a deficit of about $!,- Study which can be manufactured and other worksnlbfield '
WASTED HEALTH HINTS TO TOWEL BUYERS legislators when they pull up their 800,000 in the general revenue day nigh This discourse is con- retailed for approximately one- I near Robertsdale '

gj chairs in the capitol building in fund, because Its obligations have tained In the 14th 15th,' and third the cost of brands now on I to the ground and eBca'C.jV

If the national defense pro Housewives want hand and bath Tallahassee next Tuesday. exceeded its income. 16th chapters of JohnMr, the market, and an oil of orangesfor Sheriff W. R. stuart said >
towels that are durable and yet State now collects Gomes was in of the ser- ertsdale R
gram, which \18 calling: the crean and The government Governor Holland has pledged cargo perfuming soaps, have been that the Naval, .
hands or body quickly
dry the and disburses about $83- vice. discovered by research chemist apparently had tried
country's young: men to increased old pensions. He to
of the age fit
thoroughly. 000,000( annually. Many groups TABERNACLELast Hagop Jorporlan winter visitor the workers.
the colors, does nothing else, It towels are soft absorbent The sources proposes to raise about $2,000,000
Cotton want more money. Friday night the service here, according to the Orlando
{e will have served a useful purpose inexpensive, and easily 1 from which to get It have not a year by hiking the tax on parl- was conducted by the Rev. L. W. ReporterStanft WEST FLORID"ISV.p'I'( .
mutuel wagering at race \
In arousing the people to the need washed. Select a roughtextureweave been suggested in specific lan- all Enfleld pastor of the Lawtey Panama City,-The
for Its drying power. The There's a deficit now, and Counties now share equally bin*,
better health. Entirely toe guage. Baptist Church, and his young PERCENT PARDONED bred Fourth
for the race track taxes and any planto Division ,
for buck or twill types are suited to some sources of revenue have A quartet of ladles moto
examined young
Five cent of
many young men fab- drive a wedge Into this may Tallahassee,- per from.snub-nosed
eervtce have been found to tx hand towels, and the terry been abolished. brought some special music. Sun- the prisoners who applied for Howitzers te
be vigorously particu-
lacking In health which is nc ric, which IB a pile weave, for National defense and Florida's larly opposed by small county representatives. day night the message was clemency at a recent meeting of kitchen'police, rolled Into p ,

necessary not only in war but Ir bath towels. A medium weight participation,, in it may shade brought by the local group. Next the State Pardon Board were released City Saturday as serenely ?

peace, not only In the individualbut firmly woven fabric lasts well. In some other financial Issues Into Friday and Sunday nights' pro- on paroles or conditional party of tourists at the

for the strength of the na Turkish toweling a firm founda- relative obscurity fbr Gov. Spes- A hundred-and-one problemshave grams will be In charge of Mr. pardons Sunday. The board an- a 225 mile drive. Obj

tion. Poor health Is not only tion is needed for durability and sard! L. Holland has pledged this been disscuased by members Gomes. nounced it had granted releases More

I folly but also a crime. to hold the pile yarns or loops in State's unstinted aid to defense. of the Legislature. That is more Friday, April 11, the eighth to 59 out of about 1,000( who ap- 7.500 men and 1,000 vehicles,
The should be thick, for the 60- down from Fort
Being checked up short more I place. aboutlS' Highway construction Is the than a problem-a-day anniversary of the Mission Hall piled Governor Holland said Benning !Ia,

\ or leas jolted out of complacency,,, soft., and the considered right, length the most first item In defense co-opera- day session. and Tabernacle will be observed. there may be a few others later, first motor' march of the ft

i through a realization of the facts desirable.being Examine the length- tion. Army. Navy and air bases A special program has been arranged because the board bad not com- completely motorized divin! .

of the situation haa resulted in I. (known as the ground established in Florida want ai GRAHAMBy with the message of the pleted the full calendar of cases. the growing army. Their
t t the inauguration of a number of. wise yarns the network system of heavy duty Mrs L. C. Smith Resurrection as the central theme. mander
( which run between MaJ.-Gen. Lloyd
? which it is hoped will warp) roads estimated to cost $12,000- Good music and recltationa will ONE FATAL MISHAP R.n,
programs; of loops (the pile yarns) as and Mrs. Willard Smith endall, who
rows Mr observed
improve conditions. People of the I here first. 000. Then there are estimates be presented by the young peo- Tallahassee,-There was only part a',
rural areas as well as those from i breaks generally occur equalin that Florida must spend $144- and son Paul of Windermere ple.: It is hoped that many of one fatal accident in Florida's movement from the air, dean
two-ply yards relatives the
firm and
friends "As
cities and towns have been found Strong 000,000 in the next six years, were visiting the old friends will be present to 1940-41( hunting season accordingto first effort of a nob
to the filling yarns
number Ized division !
to be improperly nourished and bath towels. twice as much as It spent in the Sunday.Mr. enjoy this service. :cordial In- reports from conservation officers to move as a It

if anybody should be well fed It.. Indicate The size durability of the towel in should be past six years, to provide an ade- and Mrs. O. O. Graves and vitation Is extended to all. to I. N. Kennedy, executive It was few a Job well done. TV

should be the farmer and his family. determined by the person who is quate system of State highways. daughter Shi rley, of Daytona Bible School Sunday afternoonat secretary of the State Commission were mechanical casualty

to use It-the smaller the person Counties and districts, pressed Beach w II revisiting relatives 3:00: o'clock. There are classes of Game and Fresh Water, WATSON RECOMMENDS:

The State Arglcultural Exten- the smaller the towel. A conven- with requirements for payingboomtime Sunday.We for. all age groups.McKinney Fish. This Is the lowest number'

sion Service and United States ient size for a hand towel Is 20x highway bonds, want are sorry to report Mrs. : of hunting fatalities in many Tallahassee,-Tax increaw,

Department of Agriculture have 30( Inches Bath towels come in more money from the gasoline J. A. Graves is seriously 111 in' Captures years. Donald Hume Bailey 12, race track wagering to ru

encouraged farm people for over small, medium, and large sizes. tax. They now receive about Riverside Hospital 1 n Jackson- of Blountstown was killed by the about $3,000,000( a year forage
t to more for this, but ville. We wish her a speedy rer More Shine pensions will be reconunavj,
a quarter century grow For general use, select a medium $11,000,000 a year I accidental discharge a shotgun,
j food and feed products at home. size, 22x44 inches. This is ade- they want more and they de- covery. November 23, while duck huntingon to the 1941 Legislature bj j,
The live-at-home Idea was quate in most cases, without add- clare that high ad valorem levies Mr. and Mrs.! F. M. Griffin Monday between 11 P. M. and Lake Iamonla in Leon County. torney General Tom Watson. B

preached and pushed until it be- ing extra size to be launderedand will be required in many counties were visiting in Jacksonville over midnight Road Patrolman Melvin also will recommend a cone'!

came shopworn and out of date. stored. unless mare gasoline tax revenue the week-end. McKinney captured three negroes BOND THIEVES HELD tlon to consider revision of ts
didn't like to. hear it any Is provided. The issue.Is the dis- with 15 gallons of moonshine. State Constitution, and fa> (
People Colored towels are apt to cost Misses Juanice and Hazel Jacksonville,-The arrest o f
13 be-
him Road of law
has They passed on a requiring
There any eletti
more. than white ones, often fade, tribution of gas taxes.! Smith of Camp' Blanding visited two men and a woman and the
.; 'But its soundness, known all more offer problems when stained. been no proposal to Increase the Miss Alta Smith and Mrs. L. C. I tween Lawtey and Starke and recovery of between $20,000 and or' appointive officer to
and for sometime. before he
he followed them becomes
I a ,
along has become Increasingly However, colors may serve to distinguish levy which now is seven cents a Smith for. the past few' days. $((25,000( in stolen bonds and stock candlft
for other
evident Call It what you will a11on. Seeing that they were being any office. He wou
towels and ; certificates; was announced -
leave !it- individual's Leonard.McKinney of California followed, the negroes ran off the yesterday have the tax on parimutu
; like it or not take It or Ad valorem tax for State purposes afternoon
: Det.-Sergt.
, I' the idea of producing food and Improve the appearance. was abolished by voters in lias returned to his home after road and did everything to keep by wagering at horse tracks k
: -I. V. Branch after local detectives
feed at home, and of assuring the Select towels that are finished the 1940( general election. The having spent!) the past'six' months I the officer from catching them. and police from Orlando :creased to eight percent. I It mo'

I 4 farm family an adequate diet at well. Firmly woven selvages for ne-ha1f per cent gross receipts in the CCC Camp. Finally McKinney captured the md Winter Park had worked all three per cent. On dog imile

all times Is a good one, and like the sides and secure hems at the tax for schools probably will be Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Mlckle- of negroes with a 10 gallon keg and most of would have It raised toper t

all good Ideas it is not easily ends contribute to durability. epealed. These two sources produced Gainesville were visiting the lat- I I and a five gallon glass Jug of Friday on night the case. The woman yesterday cent, against the pnse!!

downed. Forgotten, perhaps In Borders Improve appearance of about 3500.000 a year. ter's: mother, Mrs. F. M. Griffin moonshine. The culprits, Hosie wrested was listed as Halite M.Irubaker three: per cent.JVelfare .

times when 'there Is no stress, towels but may reduce the dry- Replacements must be provided, I Sunday.' I Davis, James Johnson, and Char- 62, of 212 Schofield

it pops back up at the first sign Ing capacity and increase the cost. ],I lie' Williams, all of Gainesville, Street and Sergeant Branch said Assistance
of trouble.. Narrow borders which vary little are in the county Jail unable to
she is the mother of Al House
The Florida Extension' Serviceis from the weave of the towel are With Our FarmersJoe I! make. bond. notorious convict at Raiford. Bradford County received i
now Issuing a series of seven most satisfactory.The ncome of $4,500( for the mar::
which endeavor to show BOOTSEY'S BEACHBy from asjlsuw
circulars name suggestions are ap- YOUNG FLYERS HELD ot January public

,9 how easy It is to provide at home plicable in buying wash cloths as Starling, of Crosby Lake, urday-the first and only ones Miss Jtirrie CrawfordA. Pensacola,-Two young officers ash:; grants, according to flpw'rom !

. the things needed for an ade- for bath towels. Look for a firm has 8,000 strawberry plants In he has picked thus far. remained in their quarters under the State Welfare Bout
diet by the farm family, both J. Crawford Dlrl Brewer otal $3,843 was paid to
quate terry, woven with loops on fairly good condition, and will Mr. Crawford has already and Miss Marie Brewer all bf arrest in the Naval Air Station pf
boost the family's health and of old assistant
l sides square corners, close even begin to market them soon. He planted 33 7-10 acres-Ten acres to the here while a board of inquiry,In- recipients age
this section visitors
Income. Beef and milk cows, and well were 1411 was paid to 18 casts I It
the edges, $
stitches on has three acres of corn and 400 of shipping corn; 1 1-2 acres of State Farm Sunday afternoon.The vestigated and then reported to
hogs chickens, a good garden and children) dependent children; u
fastened threads. or COO( hills of watermelons. and okra; peanuts.for his hogs; etc. friends here of Lacy Washington their story of having
orchard, with products canned or many went to 13 recipients tint>1
provide 1106
from For greatest efficiency, will also plant an. acre of cowpeas He has a truck farm and has Gasklns will be interested to learn ) flown their plane so low over an
otherwise preserved sur- towels and the blind.
6 band towels, 6 bath Alabama to
for the market turnip that one
turnips ready now.
pluse for slack seasons will Just he Is enlisted in the U. S.. Navy
4 wash cloths for each person.In I Within two weeks he.wilt plant wing struck'and killed a' woman '
Mr. Starling as'been working I and is at stationed at
situation. present
.about take care of tthe avoid Add
bath towels, CIIMP
is'easily buying an'd Arthur two acres of.beans. He will also Norfolk. Va. Lacy is the oldest Worker Commander W D. Sample CD '
And certainly it possiblefor because it costs the recently for Harley It EEUEzcess Stoma)
selecting one
set at of tomato said if Ensigns Joseph C. Thompson
out once one acre -
practically all farm familiesto Select McRae, who have about four anda son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas-
amount wished to pay. plants, and one-half acre of 23, and Paul C. Brown, 22, Indlprtin y,
kins of Jacksonville of
have these things. of half acre of strawberries to- formerly
for water absorption durability tried SItina,C.,rtburnBlchiii
are at a general court martial
Then It is necessary also to weave and construction, conven- gether; also some corn and tur has two milk cows and 12 Bradford County. they could be charged with 4 .....,get a free samplt of IDCI
Miss Effle Crawford
know how to cook and serve the was a
ient size and colorfastness. nips. hogs. any offense which could bebrou&ht and a />.. interesting booklet
foods properly, as well as to plan visitor to Jacksonville last Wed- '
'against them in State CARPENTER'S DRUG STOO
was a
The Telegraph's reporter
'' menus which will give variety to EXTRA t EXTRA! There are Robert Norman Route 2, nesday
c the diet and provide all of the standing on the street Saturday Edward Barrett and George
big bargains for everyone at your Starke has 10,000 berry plants T7
p;, elements needed by the body. local Rexall Drug Store during afternoon In front of a grocery doing well.. He has already sold Barrett of Burlington Vt., were r-9 ]
Like so many other Important store interviewing some farmers visitors here Sunday afternoon.
the Kexoll ORIGINAL One Cent $20 worth of berries from his old
with reference to their straw- Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and -
these daughter
things, are relatively simple
of Starke.
Sale. Two for the price on one, crop, on .the streets
y but quite worth while. Ic. 250 bargains to berry crops when two ladles Gertrude, 0 f Jacksonville
plus only. Thursday came up and looked at the fresh W M. Norman Route 2, Starke, were visitors here Sunday after
Typewriter and adding machine choose from. Wednesday, produce in the window. One of has two acres in berries which .

ribbon also other office suppliesfor Friday, Saturday. The April Rex-1 16- them said to the other: "Don't are doing well, and he will begin noon.A large crowd from here at-

sale at the Bradford County 11-18-10. Carpenter'M. nobody have no strawberries, and, marketing them April 15th, tended the graduation exercises

Telegraph' Office. all Drug Store. I'm just c-r-ra-zy about them!" he said. held at 'Bradford High School In,

In addition to berries, he cultivates Starke Thursday night of I last

For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local acres M.-Gilsson 20( in, timber of Starke land has and 60 18 acres of corn peanuts, week. / 'FDELScrihitrobooklil
I sweet potatoes etc., and has two -
Ford Dealer At The Ford GarageLocatedOne about 20( or 15 acres under cultivation doitol '
acres in pecans. head of RECEIPT BOOKS-Ac each- briihl ism
L. Because of ill health, hogs provide plenty of meat for BRADFORD COUNTY TELE /f'Ci.i'
Block',South of ,S. A. Depot he cut and hauled very little wood his table. GRAPH. l s.p.[ ../Hl'/ *'

i during the winter. It Is difficult -

for him to secure. help; one
J. W. ANDREWS ilL son has already been drafted in -* ,-x* $ ...

the army and he expects the

other one to go soon. He can't

Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years pay more than $1.00 per day for /lIJ ., t
labor, he says, and the WPA pays O, r' to wa '< er t<,. .,

Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA more. "But I don't want anybodycut re

off the WPA in order to work

for me," he Bays F o

Mr. Gllsson has 20.000 straw

berry plants, set out! late. "It was I."

too dry to plant uptll Christmas .

-as dry as ashes for three

months"-he say He has a

.r good stand, though, since the <

plants got such a late start! It Is
impossible for them to amountto "

much. "The plants will have ;

.': only one or two crowns insteadof
_. t five or six, and naturally

can't have many berries." MnMM B aBT

Mr. Gllsson has nothing else
planted as yet except one acre S'
LAWN MOWERS Stock Up at This of peanuts, which he plans to a *"'' '."?" J j?

Special $7.95 boiled the streetsof
sell raw and on 1 !

Starke. He will plant one more
4-TINE FORKS Huge Offering
acre for the market also. He

Special $1.40GARDEN No matter what you need for will plant six or seven acres of Here's Another Florida Old-Timer You Ought to know-
HOES corn, six or seven acres of cowpeas ]

75c your gardening this year and a few sweet potatoes, r..

Special you'll save by buying now at mostly for home use. He has a C- LORIDA has changed almost magically in the ,
small garden now, and about two
STEEL SPADES last -40 .. Little remains of the romantic::
this sale. Take advantage of acres of narcissus! bulbs. ./ yea '
Special $1.50 days when the courageous men who wrought t .t '

BROOM RAKES your chance and stock up on. Brit Alvarez. Road 28. Starke, the state lived their full and colorful lives enjoyed g t C1Fi ,,.
has 20( acres planted. He has of that in itself is of ,. '" i 4
Special $1.00 all gardening supplies a mode pleasant living part i
'I four five of beans + 1
or acres one a rr
Florida's brilliant history. {
ALADDIN LAMPS acre of peas one acre of cucumbers But all old-timers, all pleasant modes of life rcr Ro'l v l 1 '
and squash and the balanceIn .
have not changed. Look around today wherever eK l ?
TABLE corn. He has no strawberries.The you ;
a Was $2.00 Now $1.55 I 11Vas I $4.00 Now $2.93 outlook Is good, thoughthe discerning men gather for cordial fellowship You'll ,$I'lOlt ; i e ; ,
'a bond of their {is still i t
weather has continued so find that the bright friendship j

We Have A Complete Line of Eveready cold he says, that he doesn't the same smooth mellow JAX Beer that Floridians' ,.

know just how things wilt finally have enjoyed since 1914.1 k V a ...y. xy )n

f ,Flashlights ail .Davis High Quality .Paints of come out. He has ten head You too, will like the superb quality the finerfUvyr s4'3' ''b C r ti t

hogs. .the tang and test of(JAX. For a.downright "'

Zary Crawford. Road 4 8, refreshing drink, try a bottle of JAX today.. '' SEER-

BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. Starke. has set 27.000 strawberry a p., 1.w.yrrR

plants, about two acres
e Tilt Stetmtr Mtnattt lied up tt the Mandarin dock near hiiltnic Stout
and plans to begin picking around
1 J. B. CARLISLE, Owner April 10 or 15. He picked 20 Lodge, in J&89. Thu lamed nver pomtrr wade the Jc\MOmnUfSnfoiJi/
.Jro..b mined ih door &IIUA end. Central floruit.. i"s
ran kmg before oJ> to f l lu
pints from his old crop last Sat- JAX IICWIK1 I CtMMIY. Ji g kt.iilll e,


APR '-1941 IP



AROUND LAWTEY By Miss Mary Townsend Mrs. Edit Purrish Hampton Happenings i

'With Ruby Moore Mr and Mrs. Randolph Hardee Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, ,

; returned Wednesday from a ten- Gerald, Mrs. Eldon Sapp and son
day tour of the Southern part of and Miss Dorothea Nor WOMAN'S: COUNCIL, MEETS Baptist Church Sunday with the /,.,, : ,
W r V\; ;;. JOB HAR- and Mr*. Victor Appleby- when the State. While on their trip man were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Members of the Woman's Council pastor. The Rev. C. A. Warren }' ,
AT they returned home. they visited Mr. Hardle'a of the Christian Church held of Alachua. Inviting everyone to> ; I"i'
JR. ENTROAST grandmother H. M. McRae Saturday afternoon
\ .\ Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Harley, In Miami. They also at- at Pine Level. their regular monthly meeting:. be present. ,Morning service at ', :

b Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr., 1 Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips, tended the Democratic Rally In Wednesday afternoon March 20, 11OO: o'clock and evening worship ',I.";
and Saturday' But Plummer Fonso Griffis, Her- St. Petersburg and visited friendsIn Mra. W. F. Harnage spent last at the home of Mrs O. P. Wads- at ,,T:30. .' I"l '
home last week with her son-in-law and
m" d their| Law- bert Spikes, Bill Harrell, and P, Tampa Orlando and Sarasota worth Sr. The program was Ii {
''t t1g g to the boys of R. Carradlne were among those before returning home. TTh daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. M. under the capable direction of HIGHLANDM l r ,

Church, entertainingtlth McRae, at Pine Level. Mrs W. H. Griffin who chose for Miss BeU Wfcmberly J1 \
i present Tuesday night when Tom Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle By t J1y..
roanhmallow roast, Beck met Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain her : "The Communion of
Tom subject
a Sharkey In the "I '
last week-end In Lake $
spent City Lakeland wan
ihlch each young gentlemand Jacksonville arena. A technical ,of Hampton were dinner guests the Holy Spirit." Readings on the N. B. Blocker of $t
visiting Mr. father and .
one other guest. knockout in the third round gave also Feagle'a of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Sun- I subject and scripture reference a business visitor here Tuesday. I I ht '
enjoyed a birthday dinner
u and marsh- I I given the members.. Qula Mra. H. C. WUnberly and Miss f
urea were played the decision to Tom Sharkey given \n honor of the elder Mr. day.Edd by Ricks were visitors to tvi\s'' j \;:
W8 roasted until 10 o'clockthe when Tom Beck's eyebrow was Feagle while there. Pan-tab Johnnie and Floyd questions were asked entitled Ethel ,.1! concluded a cut from Stuart were visiting Joe Dobbs at "Unusual Women. and "Who Jacksonville Wednesday
" 35 guest reported a butt by his '
Mrs Donnie Hendry of Wau- .
h evening. Miss E. Massey.fed opponents head. chula Is visiting her son-in-law Palalka Sunday afternoon. are the Authors?" Those attend- The following' from ,here attended L">," 1\'

),Ir. and Mrs. Harrell in and daughter Mr. and Mra. J. E. Mr, and Mrs B. Po[. McRae and Ing: the meeting were: Mrs. W. the graduating exercise

[ for their guests.e Townsend. children of Pine Level were In H. Griffin' president, Mrs. Henry: at B. II. S., in Starke Thursdayof J> }
t g HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREET- Saxon, Mrs. Russell Dyal. Mrs.
Hazzard. past Maston Hayes of Jacksonville, this section( Saturday afternoon. last week. Mrs. U J. Norman '. "I"'1
e Rev. Herbert Methodist Church INGS: Gwendolyn Shuford and was a visitor in the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were May Sweeney Mrs. Bert Hlnson, Miss Cleo Norman. Mra i, ;, ""t
Mrs. Dave Dyal Mr* Gordon
Grace services at 7:30: P. M. David Moore! Both of these and Mrs. G. E. Crews Monday. visiting Mr. and Mrs Bill Red Wadsworth, and Mrs. Lottie Parker Ruth Marr. Mlaa Louise Marr. ( "! a aMiss '

jh unces evening during Passion Lawtey folks celebratedthis Friends of Mrs. J. G. Godwin dish at Hellbronn Sunday after- I of Starke. A delightful social Kathleen Marr. Carson U. \ htip

: April 8. week. Dave are pleased to know she Is getting GrlffU and Joe Howard Marr. ,;M:: .
starting Tuesday, ,on March 31 and noon.Miss hour was enjoyed at the conclu- '
81 W. A. Chapman along nicely after havingher Hazel Sapp has returnedto I J. W. GrlffU and family had ::1\\!},
and Mrs.. Gwendolyn on April 2. Perhaps sion of the program. /
of Vida- tonsils removed. you'd never guess It,,, her home here after working the mlafortune to have them' ',
Donovan ,
Miss Annie and Mrs. J. L. Brooks Miss Mary Townsend Is visitingher of but James this Is the artist's conception sometime In Starke. Mrs. Jay Alderman and children home with contents, totally destroyed ,,;;,1: \
Ga. Melton' famed radio
" ktacon, Ga., were week-end VANDERBILTBy brother-in-law and sister Mr. R C. Keene, who has been In were visitors In Jacksonville by fire Saturday. They jy
Mr. and Mrs. Lout H.Luis and Mra. S. R. Hunsuckle In tenor who was born In Moultrie,, the C. C. Camp for the past six last week.F. plan to rebuild at an early date. >;ML. ",
its of Miss Velma Norman Ga.. and attended the UnIversity !
Palatka of Florida. Starkeltes remember"Jimmy" months at Feather Fall. Calif., C, Fox en route from Miami J. Norman and Joe Marr 1,

returned to his Mrs J. W. Knight and daughter Mrs. Roy Roberts spent last returned to his home here Thurs- to New York City visited were visitors to Starke Saturday, a' q

0a, in Zachlo New York City last Sandra, of Jacksonville spent week-end In Shamrock the guestof University as Glee a Club member when of that the day night of last week.RISING' the T. F. Browns) recently, Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Prescott ,,:..... ,I
e Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker. Prescottwere
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs.
resided In Law- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson '
He has organization Made ;
hay. appearancet
The many friends of Mrs. R. business visitors to Lawtey t 1
during the entire winter sea- F. M. Norman. at the Woman's Club here Now and Mrs. T. C ChAstain were ,>, I
H. Cox are glad to know that she f"
h and has been employed by Ray White and Miss Violet Jimmy Is heard eVery Monday By Mrs H. II. Lew.. shopping: In Jacksonville Mon Saturday, I
!Is from attack of '
recovering an : :
of :
[rett Brothers at Camp Blan- Rosier of Gainesville were dinner night as the singing star of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill PendarvU f
the flu.
guests Sunday of Miss t Velma Miss Mary Powell of Starke Lawtey spent the week-end herewith i I ,t
Telephone Hour. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wiggins .
The ladles of the
spent Thursday night with Miss and family.
Q. N. Norman 1
and Mrs. Norman. have as their guest this week I .
Irs. O. J. Phillips church enjoyed an all day meetIng Haven Crosby. Crew visited relatives > >
j. Anders were shopping In Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman,, and covered dish luncheonat Mrs. Eve Kempcrs of Miami. Miss Maggie !17;
BROOKER Miss Lucille visit- : ti u"y"
Crosby was In Siarke Monday : '
Monday. Jr., attended the Union Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Townsend. of
sonvllle the club house last Friday. ,
ing Miss Cleone Bdmondwon of + Ii
ny Mrs. L. L. Parker Mm, H. C. WUnberly had a* I. ; ,
Har- at Brooker Sunday. Valdosta Ga., and Miss Betty
and Mrs. Sumpter D. The local bridge club met with Theressa 4
A r Tuesday night. Sunday Mr. and Mra. W. ; d t j
son have Just re- H. L. Norman and Enoch Kelly Mrs. p. D. Fancher last Thurs GRADUATION Durllng attended the commence- guests
and young : '' '
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Conner of Starke. :Mr. and :; rtl
M. Wimberly
e ,ed from a week's trip to were visitors. to Sampson City day. Fifteen graduates of the Junior were business visitors to Jacksonville ment exercises In Starke. I last Mra. N. T. Green and children', J I j
rleston S. C., and vicinity. Sunday. Miss Julia Thomas who has High received their certificates week. i
Ir. and Mrs. Victor, Appleby Mrs Ellen Barber and sons,, been visiting Mr. and Mis. L. E. Tuesday night, March 25., Fol Monday. Ray Sprangle and C. M. Dee. of Lawtey children Mr. and of Mra Maxvtlle.D. R''r'
Reid and
Jacksonville spent Wednesday, Bobby and Jerry of Jacksonville,, Prince and family for several' lowing the main address by Senator Miss Haven Crosby was visiting of Tampa were visitors here

. ch 26, visiting with Mra. Ap- spent the week-end with Mrs.Barber's days has returned to her home In Hal y Maines of Lake But Miss Doris Goodge Tuesday night. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley S ,
Carlls Lewis of Plant City was visited his famIly Miss Clara Mae Harley of
P. D. Gibbons and
Mr. and Mrs Ga.
parents Milledgevllle, ler brief address
t y's family Mr. and Mrs. Jul- a was made by Y '
Eugene Warren and Miss F. M. Norman. Mis. Joe Hundley enjoyed a S. E. Sparks, chairman of the visiting relatives in this section In Jacksonville last week-end. Lawtey spent Sunday here with

Warren. Mrs. Ellis Ap- Among those who attended week-end visit with her son-in- School Board. Dr. W. E. Mid- Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Herrington S. C. Harley and family. i

yne and another guest from the graduation exercises at Lake law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I dleton superintendent of public. Newn Mott, Mr. and Mrs moved this week into the Mr. and Mr* Burton Carruthers t ,4

oonville y accompanied Mr. Butler Friday night were Mr. and Reece Bradley in Jacksonville.Mr. Instruction, made the awards. Herschell Fairfield and Mrs. Hat- Mrs.- Ethel Jones house. of Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith ; I

Mrs. H. L. Norman and family, and Mrs. J. W. Woodard The graduates made a pleasing tie Melvin of Brooker were din Mrs. O. D. Gay and daughter, Mr. Ruth Marr.-;

DIIKFIl MHiriO OP TO PfHIlMCATIO'V APPKAR Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman, I drove to St. Augustine Sundayand picture, all the girls dressed Ir ner guests) of Mr and Mrs. II. were business visitors to Gainesville Mlsa Janle Marr went'' to Jack' ,

he: Slate of Florida, to Alma Mr. and Mrs. F. M Norman, Jr., were accompanied by their light blue evening gowns and the H. Lewis Tuesday. They were Wednesday. sonville. Sunday to stay a while j ? y
inuglHK, whORe residence. notified In (in- and family daughter, Jacquelyn, and Miss boys In white trousers and blue accompanied home by Mrs W A, Mian Cozlne Bendenbaugh of with, relatives. l
nYou are
t a bill of complaint for divorcedue MIltS Velma Norman Is spendinga Mary Townsend. coats. The stage and auditorium Lewis. Fort Myers Is spending Home time Mr. and Mr. Lloyd Durrance; d'' .+
affidavit for thin order few days with her uncle and Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby and with her parents Mr and Mrs. I Miss +
been flied In the Circuit Court were decorated with wild flowers Mlas Collen Durrance y 4
Imrifnrd County, Florida. In a aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rosier Don't miss thin copper opportunity and the school colois. An Interesting children and H. H. Lewis attended Leon Beadenbaugh: 'Marycele Darley were visitor
.. wherein John R. Douglas I* of Arredonda.Mr Only during the Rexall' the Fifth Sunday meeting, which Mrs. C. E. Harper in confined to
program carried
was out here
plaintiff and Alma M. Doug- Saturday.4'
l 1M the defendant, and you are and Mra. F. M. Norman of ORIGINAL One Cent Sale can convened with Magnolia Baptist her home by slcknens.
by the graduates, with Mrs. Florence Gwendolyn +
Monroe Smith,
In .Bald Miss Francis Taylor I la visiting Mr
by required to appear
Vanderbilt were business visitors I you get two regular size packages Church of Branford last week
.K on the 6th day of May. 141. Brown as accompanist. The her uncle In Tampa. I Smith and Roy Smith of Lawtey ? t
ford County Telegraph I s to Gainesville Wednesday of last for the price of one, plus I Rev. C. A. Croaby pronounced the
visitors here Saturday.
will be services at the were
mated an the newspaper In 'week. only Ic. 250 bargains to choose end.Mr. and There
\\eh thin order shall be pub- benediction. and Mrs. Bert Shaw
_d once a week for four con- Collie Manning Is visiting relatives from. Be mire to get the big 4 children spent Sunday with Mrs. "

n nllve date week witness prior my to hand Bald and re- in Jacksonville\ page Sale Sheet. 4 Big Days, CHAPLAIN' HOLLAND HERE A Shaw of Glen St. Mary. FUNERAL DIRECTOR ;: ti L;

Ida: Heal at Siarke Florida, Miss Lucile Howard and Miss I Wednesday, Thursday F r I day, A large crowd attended the Mr and Mrs. Loran Conner of My Many Yean Emperlenoe Makes It Foeslble for Me to Render J'I"\ !
the 2nd., day of April A. D. Gladys Manning attended the, Saturday, April 16-17-18-19, at fifth Sunday meeting here both I '
I. Starke pent Friday with Mr, and EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS NICE ,
FACIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas graduation exercises a t Starke t Carpenter's! the R e It: a II Drug Saturday and Sunday. We were qD.WITT
rk Clrc u I t Court, Bradford I Mra. W. C Conner. MODERATE PRICES f",
of last week. Store. to have with
,, Thursday night very glad us Chaplain -
tjr, Florida 4-4 4t 4-85
Lewis and
Holland and his boys fron Mr. and Mrs. E. C C. JONES :

Camp Bland Ing, and Invite then sons, Reed and Mead, visited Mr. Starke Florid .
to come again. And to all of you and Mrs Woodrow Thomas of 'ft-: i
of last week. ,
we extend an Invitation to visit LaCrosse Wednesday '. }I
\ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliverof t t.j.
Time to pause? us often. Jacksonville visited Mr. and
3n There will be church services .j.'f. I
Mrs R. M. Crosby Thursday. '
every second and fourth Sunday,
Mr and Mra. W. O Conner, 4IIRF1V
and Sunday School each Sunday "
then morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas \ \,
,: i'!
and little son, Wayne, and Mrs. ;

H. H. Lewis were dinner guestsof ,
Russell Carterof
Mr. and Mrs. ', '
Mrs. Lyon Crosby entertain Heilbronn Sunday.R. "fa Do Your Trading >,"' I

Wednesday March 26, with a R. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. k .

miscellaneous shower honoring George Cone were business visitors where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are if !

Mrs. Myrtlce Crosby. Nichols, a to Jacksonville Wednesday. given away with every $10 In trade l T&Now I

recent bride. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cone are or certificates. I
s. Games and contests were en Mr, and
visiting their parents, Are Redeemed r tIn
Joyed throughout the afternoon Mrs. Geo. Cone. Cash if SMITH'S GARAGE ti ;
Prizes won by Mrs. Lloyt business -
were Walter Underhill was a lou Choose
Dyal Mrs. Ardell Crosby and visitor to Jacksonville Sat- STARKE, FLORIDA la ;
'f r
Mrs. Howard Mott. urday. :

The bride received many lovely '

and useful gifts, for which she ; ;

expressed her thanks. rt

Later In the afternoon the "1 I, i

hcmtesseH, Mrs. Crosby and Mrs ) ':

E. B. Crosby served delicious 1 J'
refreshments of Ice cream and '

cake to about 30 guests They Iff h" ;

r" were assisted In serving by Mrs. ".' ,,
Muriel Norman and Miss Madeline I, fr,.
," Crosby. '

The eighth grade of the !

?: rv Brooker Junior High School entertained t r I

Wednesday night, March

26, with a farewell party honoring ,

the ninth grade, at the home J"III f fI I-

of Miss Dorothy Crosby. ,

v After many games were enJoyed ;

refreshments of Irmonudeand II TV;.';: I

cake were served to about !

30 people. I 3I
young ', 'I!

N-i .,, Claude Crosby of Yukon attended .41, j'
church services here Sun
q, + '
I :, : \
Nose. waa- ," i S a! r k day.Mrs.. P. A. Crosby has returned 'I

to her home hero after upending .. :, -
some time with relatives in Jack J j
sonville. t.I :

Ressle Colson has been con tl :, r
fined to his home this pant week J A C K 14 L E 11". ; I

a We hope he will soon be up and and It : '
out again. Mrs. Annie Plnholstei
is grealy Improved and the many T A 14 L A II ASS E E I irUP'J

others who were 111 are better. Florida Motor lines offer THROUGH und DIRECT service to Jacksonville 1

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hazel! and TalluhanMM without change./ Conveniently-tuned1 departure enable you \
When you are hot, tired and thirsty, e were shopping 1 In Jacksonville< to leave In the morning/ do your Mbopplnjc or business In either city and return I

die / Monday. In the evening. TWO departure going ant returning. The FIRST TIME IN HISTORY

Coca-Cola Is Ice-cold: cooling and refreshIng Rema Thomas of Camp Blan. such truoMportatlon facilities have been offered In this city

ding was a visitor here H. Parker Saturday oj:. LEAVE EASTBOUND _?___._.__._?.._--.+.-_.. 1Z:10 IV M. and 8:40: P. M. /

Its tasty Is delicious and its aftersenseof Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.were G.visiting hen e LEAVE WESTBOUND -__-.._ -. ,-, _?_?.._. 8:20 A. M. and 8:20: P. M. i

refreshment satisfies. So when you pause Sunday.Mr. JACKSONVILLE $.80 One Way TALLAHASSEE! *8JJ5 One Way'
and Mrs. II. P. Morgan

it the thai were visiting Mrs. Morgan's par, CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION
throughout the day, make pause eats Mr. and Mrs Elllston. U

YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY Williston Sunday. Corner Road IS A Road 48 Pitons 147 8 larks, Faa.t .

refreshes with Ice-cold Coca-Cola. Mrs. Lorene Strayhorne an:

i children of Wlldwood were visit,

Ing Mr. and Mrs. Mann Hazel
over the week-end. a p e r e

BOTTLED UNDER AtmKWlTY Ot THE COCACOtA: : COMPANY BY Mrs., Vera Collins and daughter

CO. of Waldo were visiting rel

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING stives here last week. t



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Portrait of Trainee Resting His Dogs More Jail Cells SHOWS COURAGE IN ACTION general appeal than the

Hopes For County.Health Organization May Be AddedThe Governor Holland's suspension had been pledged. pef

I. I of. the labor member of the Flor- Since that time

city.:almost bought a new ida Industrial Commission o n I courteously but the fdItIll

Take On New Life This WeekThe Jail day at night.the Council At least meeting, Brevard Tues charges of padding expense claims !' make any advance firmly prom

shows an amazingly rapid swing the handling -,
t County wants to sell eight Jail of new,
question of a Health Unit for Starke and Bradford cells from an unused jail at Titus- Into control of the state's affairs. predates very mUch the and lit

Si County again looms as an immediate possibility, W. M. vllle, and' the Council was In- I It is not often that after only five which has been extendedap:
Edwards, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners terested. Some wanted to telephone weeks In office a chief executive [ every case by the friend
has found time to into detailsof teem ,
go willing to
t said yesterday. right then for fear someone trust
__ _
.n *. JL __ state affairs to this extent and ment. hta
:\ Dr. L. L. Parks, of Jacksonville, Director of Bounty else would beat them to it; '
Health Units with the State Board of Health had a con- I but Instead they instructed City It takes courage to kick out an Reflection by twill

I1',};. r ference with Mr. Edwards in Starke yesterday, and the out- Clerk Carl Johns to write at once Influential labor leader under such 1 possibly develop genel'8l the

look is brighter than ever before, it is said. "The money ;; about the matter. circumstances. that to each 'group or 0
I Jr. It also takes courage to appoint 'Jl Ion, regardless of
1. already set aside will take'care Mayor N. D. Wainwright, size, Ita
as Governor Holland did activity
situation until Oc- 'recently made the statement that, assumes greatel1\
ChairmanOn \
of the Commends 'AV
man in his place who himself had ance, and in
said although the city jail has a.capacIty Some Inalance
Edwards ,
t, tober, Mr. little Roll CallPostmaster for only four Inmates, he been removed from a public post involve only; a few
will be a Pel'lotl,
v 1 and the set-up sixteen on'Charges1. The new labor mem- relatively a small
had Jailed as many as area,
,, i different from that formerly Fred F, Stump, k ber, Arthur, W. Rltzaur, of Lake pared with a "het
there at once. commUnltY'III.
decided on. treasurer of the Bradford County Worth was removed as merit division fair. It ,is
when the the COndlUon
If and city gets
and the director of the causes
"If the City chapter of American Red Cross, 1ii new cells It plans to move the Industrial the average n.
will take care of thenurse's Commission in 1938, on chargesof editor the most
County reports an enrollment of 247 Jail out of the city hall. Accord- worry, hut
leaks this
and permitting of examina- situation has
salary expenses- members and a remittance of ing to Clerk Johns, there I* so tion questions. In been ftt
Boardof announcing courteously,
month-the State heard although
l 1125 per much obscene language an
r' of Health and the Federal Government 123.50 to the National Headquarters "The End of A Perfect Day"-well anyway, the end of a dayat coming from the city prisoners, : his new appointment Governor slonal mention Is made In
br of the In Washington, D. C. as This hits bunk for bit of Holland Issued a statement which avoid the ore
will take care Camp Blandlng. weary trainee the a that ladles coming into the city necessity 0 f
; physician, and sanitary man. The a rcBUlt of the annual roll call rest after a full day of training that has him up at 6, and doesn'tlet hall to pay their light bills are seems to prove conclusively that promises which It mIght be
r fall. the removal of Mr. Rltzaur difficult
Ikf nurse will be on the Job seven last him off until 12 hours later. Note'full pack hanging from bunkat embarrassed. was keep-ClennoDI

days per week and the doctor and A recent letter from National left. Soldiers claim hey weigh three. time as much at the end unjustified' ,and that an injustice
DM now haa been AUTO
the addressed to rlghted.GadsdenCounty ACCIDENTS
all MayorN.
t' r sanitary man will give Headquarters of a hike an they do at the beginning. Church Of Christ KILt 111
time needed, with a minimum of D. Wainwright, Jr., Roll Call Times. Automobile accidents In

three day per week," Mr. Edwards Chairman, said In part: "Thla Is I The Sand The Sky And A Jeep Regular services of the Church FRONT PAGE SPACE took 719 lives last year pl a
;' ro a splendid Increase over lastyear' I crease of twelve over
of Christ are being held each 1931.
membership and I should Seldom a week'passes that an vestlgatlon
clerical showed
centralizing the In the Woman's Club that
By Sunday a
editor Is
like to take this opportunity to not requested by someone cent
Instance were due
Farms, fur to drunken
at Penney the hour of be-
force building, worship
ti to place certain material
to the appreciationof and 100
do express
clerks you resulted
the from
and letting ginning at 11 a. m. Willie Hal- rullJ
the front
the National Organization for page, please, and sometimes to trains.
cbun- p
three or
the work liburton of Gainesville will preachon the "please" la omitted. were
ties Instead of only one the State your personal efforts. April 6. The public Is invited 107,000 highway mishap,
1. take care of this Item This furnishes one. of ,the del Ing in Injuries to 21,000
t ,r Board can to hear these Instructive p!\!
t ,fit, without calling on the local unit Prominent SpeakerAt lessons In Christian living. icate problems of operating a, If this country were tl
for what
newspaper may seem and
to pay It. enemy airplanes fo
up for Baptist "front page' material from one bombs that
will come were
The question Deeds Right-of-Way respon
n k r ]' the Commissionersat angle may not qualify with, the 719 deaths and 23,000
approval by i Injuna
Chaplain Ivor Whipple, now of editor when he balances his 'ac- Florida
their regular meeting At the request of the State during 1940 we'd !
''vG Monday, Mr. Edwards said and the 118th Engineers, 43rd Division Road Department, the City Coun- cumulation of general communitynews be at work doing something
: and of the much of which in
+ "I want everybody to know that Camp Standing, cil Tuesday night gave It a quit- his' opin- it. But since It's from auto,
I am 100 per cent for it, and First Baptist Church, Providence, claim deed 'to: "All the right, ion may be of greater news value. cldents. We take It as a
R, I. (the church founded by Once some years ago the Press of
? If I can get two other members I title and Interest o>( the city of course.-rrituvsllie Star-
s will haveIt. Roger Williams), will be guest that of promised a local organization cate.
to vote with me, we Starke in and to portion ,
." speaker at the Baptist Church Call Street; lying east of ;the "front page" for a story, and It
morning at 11 o'- developed that week that
i here Sunday Street'and .a large
line of
In -
will anywhere westerly Cherry
"The nurse go
tr i, the county any time she Is clock. West of center'of channel of Alligator number of stories broke which Make your pennies! m>rj
"Dr. Whipple is an outstanding CreekT-also manifestly were of much more you. Two of
': needed," Mr. Edwards said "and ; all the right, any Item listed
there will be free treatment of preacher, and we are exceedingly title and interest of the city of the price of one pluM 1

i venereal and other diseases.. fortunate In the privilege of hear- ., .< I Starke in and to any and all landsin RUBBER BANDS-$1.25 per Wednesday, I'nursilny, Frit
The necessary $1,500\ ) has already ing the minister from this his- ', t' i{;';,"' "",".....,, the said city which lie within i pound-BRADFORD COUNTY ,Saturday April 18-17-i&It
toric and Important church," the ...< <" :!. TELEGRAPH.. I penter's the
been appropriated-$1,000 .. ,. the limits of Alligator Creek or I Kexall Drug sirs.
Commissioners and $600 Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pastor, said I I I Alligator Canal and within the -
by the A Camp ItUimling sand hill means practically nothing to of
In making the announcement.Mr. one of
Council. limits of the proposed right
by the ,City LJghtfoot also stated that Uncle Sam's powerful new "Jeeps"-(reconnalmtnee cars). This..'one way and easement rights for CLASSIFIED ADSANYONE 1

the hour of evening worship will makes a striking picture a* It climbs a steep fcHute,'with gathering State Road 261, project 5521.
's Good Enrollment be changed this week to 8 o'- rain clouds In the background. 1 i: ,* FOR SALE-Well equipped cafe,
At Day Camp clock. I good location near S. A.
i Recent BirthsMr. L. ABOUTS of Ralph A. S.,'.
t x? At the evening service Chap- Depot. Reasonable for cash. former resident of Starke
"Forty-nine children enrolled lain Lain B. S. Beech, formerly and Mrs. Dallas Raburn See Mrs. A. Weathersbee at Depot Dade City i

'" the WPA Day Camp the third day i of"Troy, N. C., a graduate of Crawford, Lawtey, March 25, Cafe, 218 E. WashingtonSt. Stout, Harris, please, Miss write Vet
'< r'l, of its existence," said MIss Wll-i Southern Seminary, and now boy. 4t

helmlna Raaco, In charge of the Chaplain at the Camp Standing hri2 Mr. and Mrs.'Harold Crawford. 40-ACRE FARM FOR ROl:!!|

I project, which meets five days reception center, will be guest Lawtey, March 27, boy FOR SALE OR RENT-.6 -room Near Lawtey (FrIgo t
each week during the summer house at Hawthorne; 4 bedrooms
S12.50 .
speaker. ; Mr.' and Mrs. Pete Crawford, per month.MaCovington
,, months at B. H. S. Lawtey, March 29, boy. dining, room, kitchen, 517 E. Mont
1 ; Color guards take care of "Old ti w w n9rrr ,bath, and 2 porches. Apply Jacksonville, Fla., Pitons
j Mr: and Mrs. William
Field Augustus
N Glory" and these guards are. Miss Ann L. Tidwell Box 793, 2520W.: :
Anderson, Starke, March 31, boy. '
i Ocala Fin
changed every week.' Close April 15 3-14 4tp
Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Under- FOR
from 7 to 9 at
r Every Wednesday v ood, Starke, April' 2, bo/ FOR SALE-1939 Deluxe Alma Lake '
with bath and heal C Cstove.
l ,
will of the field hospital
p. m. a community program If the closing
p II and Mrs. .R. L. Thomas house trailer In excellent condi-
'; Mr. .-Mrs. J. M. MllcbeU,
the which at Bland Is
b be given at Armory Camp Ing any tion.
Completely l
} Starke March 30). girl,-Shirley equipped. W. Madison St.
wUl Include party games, folk sfgn, thinks Dr. W. B. Herlong, Sleeps 4. $985 delivered In
and folk dancing. The construction work there wUl be :
games + = aY Starke. Box 241, Charleston, FOR SALE-Three family I
t, UY, parents are Invited to this pro- over April 15. et Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Hall, S. C. 3-213t cows.: ,Reasonable.. Pete
Starke, A' rll 1, girl.
gram. Dr. Herlong, who was a Lt.- Dairy.

This la part of the state-wide Colonel In the Medical Corps dur- FURNISHED COTTAGES on

pr, WPA recreation pro g r am, of ing the World War, and Is the Recreation FundThe Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles east of FOR RENT-one large room

'tr which Mills Eunice VVamsley Is chief surgeon at the field hos- American Red Cross has Waldo. Electric lights, run- two double beds; and one t

the area supervisor. pital at the camp, says that, announced that it will disburse' ping water. Inquire Lewis age-sizrd room with twlnt

Mia Raaco, In charge of the while he himself has not been funds about equal to fifty cents Jewelry Co., Gainesville All Inner spring matt

local camp, wishes to thank the notified, all the nurses at the 1<0-...' per soldier to be used for athletic Connecting bath. Write

Bradford County Hardware Co., Hospital have been notified that and recreation equipment in 431. Starke.
Firing practice on extensive FOR SALE-Brand
Binding's; small arms range ((4 new 4-room
their work will be the
for the donation of a jump rope over on miles army camps. The news was re- FOR RENT-Small apartment I
Ionl'ld to be largest! In the world). cottage on Church Street. Reas-
'L for the camp. 15th. ceived enthusiastically at ,Camp onable price and terms 'See reasonable rat e. Mrs. R.]

The enrollment follows: "The Field Hospital I III operated handing, where Col. O. W. 'Mc- Wilson Realty.REGISTERED Prevatt, Starke.

I;, Dorothy Bell, Marcus Brown, by the American Surety Co,. "What A Dump, City Dads Moan Neese, public relations officer,

'tis Florence Brown Joan Carpenter, which Insures all I employes of As New Problem Is Dumped In Their LapsAmid said that the appropriation will NURSE available TYPEWRITERS-New Re

t Paul Canova, MarJorie,, Davis, Starrett Brothers &: Eken. The noticeably affect the recreation Inquire at Green's Store. 4t ton portables, ''$5 down \\j|

Dooley Davis, Clyde Denmark maintenance will be carried on," the serious things that program at Blandlng. On this month. Prices start at "$5

Kaoper Duncan, Betty Denmark, said Dr. Herlong, "under civil basis the camp here would receive Bring your listings to us. We -Bradford County Tel
were discussed at the Coun- '
ground, and, that had
Betty Ann Flynn Vincent Fox service army control. The workof they around $25,000.: : 'have a list of prospective renters Starke, Fla.
''' 'I Frances Griffin Albert Hazen. clearing will be done by the I cil meeting Tuesday night, there "ruined his land," and must and buyers.

: David Hacen, Arlean Hazen, Irene C. C. C. boys, and the W P. A. 'was one matter that brought "clean,It,up" and "quit using It." Shands Bridge Open Divide your house Into small a- FOR SALE-Four-room

Hazen, Vivian Hazen, Roy Har- Is working on the target range." I forth a little laughter.For That set the '"Dads" to think- partm' nts. We can furnish and 'acre of land-$200.

y', tall, Ronald Hunt Idell Landrum, Of course this baa nothing to do 25 or 30 years, not only ing. They said, "we're not the Shanda bridge, over the St. you FHA Loans for remodeling. miles from Starke 1-4 mile>

Robert Owen Elizabeth Owen with the army hospital, which I the City, but the garages and only ones who have been using Johns River between Green Cove Locate your business at Blanding highway at old Saxton. 1"

; Jeanette _Priest! Dan. Priest_ Van I takes care of the soldiers. I II most of the merchants of the It. Everybody's been doing It." Springs and St. Augustine was Gates across from Camp Blan Starling R. 2. 4-4

;t Priest, Juanlta Priest. Marian I town have been dumping their And they also concluded that it opened to traffic Wednesday,. according ding. See us for this prop-

4 Itafuse, Joan iSlegner I Raymond Sunday Closing garbage and other refuse on the would be much cheaper to buy to an announcement by erty. ,
1 Siegner, Clarice Thomas, Delano 20-acre plot of ground belongingto the 20 acres than to attempt to Henry L. Baker, State Road Department I Combined filling station and storeon .CONSTRUCTIONAUL

Thomas, Mary Weldon, Billy Weldon Again DiscussedThe Roger Wells, now living In clean it up. So that la now the malntalnance engineer. good corner near Stark TYPES. NEW STRIP|

Isaac Owens Emma Allen, Jacksonville. Idea-buy the land rather than Certain restrictions must still be FOR SALE: Excellent business TUBES OR REPAIRS

1, Harold Lennon, Dorothy Dryden, question of Sunday closing Roger has Just now found It try to clean It up. And City observed, however, as the repair on Call Street. This Is a real Plans Estimates and Atectural

,. ,y Gloria Han-ell, Billy Thigpen of stores bobbed up again at the out, and wrote the City Fathers Clerk, Carl Johns, hall the task work is still incomplete. The opportunity. Service Fn
Judy Green, Grace Thigpen, Mar City Council Tuesday night when a very courteous letter in which of trying to get out of the mat- bridge which has been out'' of use FOR SALE: Several small farms

} gie Manlre, Jane Morgan, Willie W. M. Edwards, chairman, wantedto he stated that he was ter the beet way he can. The for .22 months, following a fire, In this vicinity. G. M. DAVIS

y Roaser, Junior Ro ser, Junior Williams clear up the Issue. While only to learn that the City"surprlsed"j' land la not worth more than $5 cuts the distance between Starke FOR RENT: Furnished house. 4 General Contractor
James J. H. Mc- two weeks and St. 30 bedrooms. Delightful
Douglas. ago the question using his land for a or $10 per acre, they said. Augustine by miles. location. Florida
Kinney.In seemed to be definitely settled W. T. Clute C. A. FutchH. Gainesville,

discussing the newly-opened when Police Chief AL.. Alvarez Rotary yield Man A. McKlnnon 738 E. Depot PboDl
j r': + Day Camp project Dr. W. E. was Instructed to "enforce the Dempsey To Appear Colored Selectees 119 E. Call Street

i'' .a '', MIddleton, superintendent of public law already on the statute books" I In Local ArenaA Wallace C. Journey, field' rep -
.k I\\ Instruction, said yesterday: there seema to have existed a Manuel Hampton and Hilbert resentative of Rotary International -

"I am well pleased' with the Day difference of opinion on the sub. I rare treat fo. the sportsloving Baldwin,. both colored,. have been was a visitor to the Rotary

Camp, and think It Is a wonderful ject.Chief public of Starke will take selected for Induction Into the Club of Starke at the regular Kingsley BeachLAKE

opportunity for this com- Alvarea, was instructed I luncheon Wednesday. In a brief
Array by the local Draft Board
munity. I would be glad If all to inform all pool balls and bowl- place Saturday night, April 12, and were sent to Camp handing I talk Mr. Journey described the

parents would send their children.It Ing alleys that they must closeor when Jack Dempsey, formerworld's Monday for physical examlno 'recent expansion of Rotary In PARK'

keeps them off the street: suffer the consequences. "There heavyweight champ ion tlons. [foreign countries, stating that FRONT AMUSEMENT ,

they get physical training: and must be no discrimination," was fighter and still the Idol of millions ( more than a thousand new clubs

they will be better prepared for the unanimous opinion. It was of fans will" \ appear in the have. come, Into existence since AT KINGSLEY'' LAKE

1 { school when it opens again." stated that the army stores were Starke Arena as referee for the Christian ChurchOne I the organization of the Starke

i t already observing the law. I regular weekly wrestling matches. club four years ago. Following
of the
Camp handing
Opening Shoot II C. W. Stone, promoter, has Chaplains will preach at f h e luncheon he met' with directors, Billiards, Bowling, Speed Boat Rides,

Free Band Concert spent a great deal of time and Christian Church officers; and committee chairmen Bathing
: Sunday morn- BoatingBarBCue
At Gun Club effort to bring Dempsey to ,
i i Ing at 11 o'clock. Dr.. Joseph S. for a brief discussion of future.
Next TuesdayThe Starke and said yesterday "It Is plans.
+l The opening skeet shoot of the with a great deal of pride that I Faulconer. of Ashland. Ky., will

f. Starke Gun Club will .be held 169th Infantry Band of the make this announcement. I be at the Christian Church April
14 to conduct a ten-day revival. Church of God Sandwiches Dinner,
according-to) 43rd Division will give a free concert sure sport fans In this entire section Chicken
on the tennis court at B. will welcome the opportunity The public Is cordially invited. Fish Dinners Shrimp Dinners Beer On
a W P. Smith, president of the H. S. Tuesday night, according to to see Jack Dempsey In person." The Rev. R. F. KIrkland, pastor ,
t organization. E. L. Williams, principal. Pine Level ChurchThe of the Church of God is In Tap, Cold Drinks

Squads from Palatka and Jacksonville Mr. William went before the Building Pemits the midst of a revival meeting Ina
public Is cordially invitedto tent Just back of B. H. S. In
will be
present, and a City Council
Tuesday night and
John E.
Marshall April 1, hear the,
special quartette Starke. Everyone la cordially invited -
pedal Is
extended to the members) voted to furnish residence
$1,800. Quigley and musical program at Pine Level to attend these services
soldiers, Mr. Smith Trailer Park
lights for
says. the
occasion. There I.a is Davis lot Cottagesand
to Mrs Matilda ,
a will be furnished to visitors who probability ,said Mr Williams, Church Sunday, April 6, at 10 which' begin at 7:30: o'-

do not have them. that a free concert can be arranged Lee.Trianon Development .. m clock each evening. Also regular Rooms
The skeet club la located Corpora- services are held as follows: Sun- -
about for '
4 one a week all
tion, lumber yard..91,400. on lots RULED INDEX CARDS-sxs: : day School each Sunday at 10
a south of Make
town Just off through the summer months. If 2 I Reservations For Dinner Picnic partidErF1WW4T'941
i Road 13. suitable a 1. S, 4. 8. 6. 7. In block 5. L. 91 per BRADFORD COUNTY A. M. Sunday worship at 11 A. &
night be
can found; T. & Co'e. addition.
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