Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 11, 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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Street Lot Price Special Health MeetingFor Mayor To Enforce Sunday Closing' Laws- ,IIJjL'1, : | |

Big Unit '
rigs Police Ordered To Arrest All Violators '! \

I Because of the Defense meeting Jack Dempsey New BuildingFor of Ordinance of '1'
other Call Street lot sold : In Jacksonville Monday afternoon, Many Types ,; !

ay for $130:\ a front foot. i which a' number of the membersof Business Affected \ : t !

m Ballns, of New York, I the Board of County Commissioners Here Saturday Winkler J

Lnod 20 feet of Lex Creen's i attended, several Items of Strict enforcement of the Sunday closing ordinance willKO I : I j' '
Irty adjoining that of the unfinished business were left into effect April 13 Mayor N D. .Wainwright Jr.. an. i ,,

Ens Accord.o .j' over until an adjourned session. Jack Dempsey colorful tormerWorld's E. A. Winkler electrical contractor nounced yesterday in accordance. with instructions ffiv n : : .''ur
for $3.000 cash. Among these Important itemsof heavyweight champion, e"
Is building 1
erecting a new him by the City Council. : :
| Hollingsworth, who unfinished business who has gained the distinction I I
F C. I was the to exceed $3,000 In cost In The Council at its meeting of April 1 instructed A. L. ,
I the sale, a modern store i question of a health unit for the of being one of the best wrestling to '
Police, i ,
erected on the' D referees in the business, will take the 200 block on Temple Avenue. AlvArp7.. Chief I
ing will be County; 1" M. B. Meilong met : : '
the-i'i w"Salre di :
Lrty at once. with the Board Monday in behalf over in that capacity at the The structure will be 40x40 nd enforce on I : ,

Lie other lots were sold .the II of the unit. Mrs. O. L. Starke Arena Saturday night, it will house two stores, each 20x20.: Good Friday the Statute .Books" relative I' :' i t

day, Mr. Hollingsworth I Beasley, chairman of the Brad- la' '''announced by promoter C. W; Mr Winkler said Tuesday to Sunday closing! of business 1

j. Mr. B a I 11 na purchased, ford County Public Health Com- Stone. Mr. Winkler's own business will houses In accordance with
; that mandate Mayor N, D. Wainwright ,
1 and H. G. Connor, of Lake- mittee, sent out urgent appeals The Manaasa Mauler's appear- Observed TodayThe .
occupy one of the stores Hot- Jr.. today stated that,
two In the north- for Interested citizens to attend ance will mark the beginning of '
bought point distributors electrical appliances .. ... orders of the City Council would j
Irn section of Starke, three ; the meeting, but all action .on :other big-time attractions. accordIng '
wiring materials, etc.
be strictly enforced, and that no
annual three-hour Good
blocks from Call Street.I the health unit was deferred un- to Matchmaker George Rom-
fcur Ills office as electrical contractor would be t
of business
lots brought $500:\ apiece, til the special meeting.The inoff, who arranged for Dempey's will also be there. Friday will be held at the Episcopal place permitted
showing here. The be- JACK DEMPSEY: Church from noon until to stay open on Sunday I'' ;
five-room buga-
tie modern adjourned session of the hereafter those allowed to I ., !
vhTskered The other store will be rented, three o'clock today, April 11. except
I will be built on them at an Board will be held_at the court- Romanoff Is a celebrity k
and there! Is no scarcity of applicants All the Ministers from Starke and do so by the City Ordinance'? <
Mr. Holllngsworth house Monday 14 In his own right, having re- of/
date, night, April at '
I d:00 o'clock. ired undefeated as World's mid Berry Auction according to Mr, Winker three of the Army Chaplains will which states;: i f'

llewelght wrestling champion.And "I have applications from take part The service In divided "---- Provided that drugstores '

-'- -- -, -- _H ----- as has marked other ap- various people who want to putn Into seven parts, each part being for the sale of drugs and medi "

learances of Dempsey in the : a tap room or a grocery or a made up of prayers, hymns and cities Including the filling of h i

aIT-I lstreet louth a capacity crowd is ex- Starts Monday clothing store or a souvenir shop an addr KII. Everyone Is invited prescriptions, may be kept open'

iected for Saturday's matches or plumbing shop," said Mr. and It Is suggested that all stay for that purpose only; also boarding I' I

'-" --- ------ Thick will begin at 8:30: o'clock. Bradford County 1941 straw- Winkler. for the entire service in commemoration houses, hotels, restaurants ,

boredBd his I ack Jess Willard for The building wilt be of concrete of our Lord's Passion or other place where one or '
you're job as public relations officei toppled berry crop will start selling on
blocks have on the Cross, but for those who boarders and t
all aloneHop the World's fistic title In a Toledo the auction block plate glass more are kept
Monday, according -
i for front and fluorescent lighting. It find it Impossible to stay for lodged may transact business forth '
around to the Y ring and was 'responsible one i i''
to announcement
B the Legion Home Quite Interestln'-that highly of .the largest gates ever drawnto terday by L.:' Gentry, yes will be ready for occupancy May three! hours there will be an opportunity accomdatlon of the public I: /
technical managerof 10 Mr. Winkler staled D. after each address to that and that
Kbat a break for the tired correspondence now go- a professional' fight when he the State.Firm"u'-. Market J. on day. provided, 1
In' on between the War Department met Gene Tunney. Mathew Is the contractor.Mr. leave newspaper, cigars, aoda ,water ;
Bin; girl, as well as theBsick here.Fruit Winkler has been in the The addresses! are baaed on Ice cream. Ice and milk may be ;
In Washington, D. C., and To accommodate soldiers from I long delayed by cold an"rain it
soldier Two recreaB I lectrlcal business here slnc he seven last words of the Lord sold and place kept open forthat ;
Betty Ann of Jefferson all appearing at t
Flynn Camp landing, Is now"ripening\ fast anc r
centers going full tilt '. 928, coming to Starke in 1910 'rom the cross and the schedule purpose-and provided that
Street Seems 9-year-old the box office in uniform will be berries will beglh to be'bal'Yutec'n
Br Y, M. C. A. opened las' 'rom New Orleans, La. s as.follows: this action shall not apply to ,I
Betty Ann went pn a letter wrlt- admitted for 28 cents. General a wholesale scale b y next
in the Woman's ClubBlng ale of'gasoline or oil for motor
day In' 'tother cents, while ringside 1st Word "Father, forgive
binge night and aftershe'd I admission Is 55: Monday. Two or three hundred
and any of you femmes Band Concert hem; for they know not what vehicles by garages: ,or filling tI4
i exhausted her supply of I seats are 79: cents, It was an crates a' day are now being sold -
Ban evenin' to spare might doBvorae friends and relatives; wound up nounced. % tnd are-1 bringing: around $4 to Enjoyable Event .hey do." Rev. H. A. Spencer.2nd station, ;
than drop around and Word halt In accordance with the Instructions l t
-"Today thoube
with a few sugestlons to President I Some of the wrestlers who ".25, a 'crate.This I
B entertain the boys in khaki with In of the Council the ( ,
Roosevelt the national will be of me paradlne, Chap City
on will are Lee Hennlng, probably one Indications are that J. J. Nut-
B Course I dunno If I appear lain Dare. .stated. that Mores would 1 r
"post- defense, situation and what she 'Chicago "butcher boy;" Babe thelatest,, and shortest seasons 'all, local supervisor of Statewide Mayor ;r

Be" la on the approved list thought should be done to pro Caddock, known as the man of >n record here. Berries will haveto Recreation of the W. P. A., Intends 3rd Word "Woman, behold' be' ,permitted to sell only ,the r4 3

Barnes but while there's life tect little girls like herself from a thousand holds; George:.Taylor, go at a fair price If growersare to make his programs at Thy son I Behold Thy mother," artlcllftf set' forth above. and that

B't hope .. An' ,they do that "mean old man. Hitler" ,. wrestling's super-showman who to come' out at, the long end the American Legion Recreation Rev C H Allen upon >any violation. of the provision !

there's plenty of life In the The letter was mailed and Betty" never falls to draw laughs: Bill of the horn. Center Inexhaustable. 4th Word-"My God, My God 'of this ordinance' the 1 t t
and 31st .. Fran Peek and W. M. Buckman of Klaslmmee, police 'wild|'| arrest I the otfeJ\lSer.-- ,
Pan- hast forsaken
Buerlt Ann has been hauntln' the post3ffce Ludwig, classy Californlan; Tuesday night the citizens of why thou me. ?
DeOrlo Abble HarButd | every day since, lookln' for cho villa; Mexican "mat villain," an 'auctioneer ,ot IS year's ex. Starke were pleased with an ex Chaplain Tyler. Col. McNeese, '

Madge Wigham.; ,Evelyn' an ,answer, Wednesday came and Flash Gordon, lightning-fast perlence, has been engaged to cellent band concert, through the Bth Word-"I, thirst" Chaplain .

>p and' Mrs. Stump, Lois her 'reward In the form of a letter heavyweight. plead for "the last nickle." and't 2ourtsy of Col. Kenneth F. Cra Ashley. Addresses Club

B/man and Verna Demorest ,....which :we hope .Betty' Ann Although the majority of the is expected"tluJl t-buyers 'will mer' and the ,169th ''Infantry'sband ,6th Word "It U'flnlsbed..- Rev.

donetheir'bit: in helpln' 'theppiarmore"homelike and the War Department.will,forgive wrestlers have heard of Demp- begin to ,arrlve-froi' l'Plant-.City I I I. a d err Warrant. OfficerLionel A.'JI. Llghtfoot. car O. w; McNeeee, ;publl T '
: over'the week-end.
officer at ,
me for revealing ney's prowess as a "punching'reteree Kennedy. 7th Word-"J'ather. Into Thy i
I nextr Mr. Wear says The: rock foundation I la now addressed the ,Woman's ,Club at
," some have taken It upon To local citizens with hands I commend
acquaint m d
Buys really appreciate.having!: Wait Department and have complete on the new paved area y spirit"Capt. the regular meeting In th*'el luV 't
themselves to find out the distinction R. Sheeran.
one to, play I .bridge, 'ping The :Adjutant General's Office at the 'market, and 'can be used being house Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. .t ; 1
out second bent. Lee Hen- them, the band marched
B. or sing songs with. ?. Washington come )y. growers driving through the upon : D. P. Carpenter .Introduced the 4, '{
for instance, la a glutton through town favorite
nlng, playing
Beped in at the' Legion Recon and those who at- auction block. Slag will not be Easter Egg Hunt speaker and gave as the
April 5, 1941 for punishment tunes dear to the American people '
Center tother night andmi applied until a later date. club theme for the year "Sharing
tend Saturday's may see and then returned the At
program to Day CampAn
It goln1 strong Had so Miss Betty Anne Flynn hook thrown The fee for grower will be In the National Defense Pro- r
the famous Dempsey Legion Recreation Center where
mr soldiers around Sun day Starke, Florida the same as last year It was gram." h r
Easter hunt will be
Dear into action. the following concert wa given: egg Yi
t. had to have a stunt proto Betty: Three matches In all will be said. "Our Commander," a march held this afternoon (Friday) for In his opening remark Col. MeNees -

i keep 'em all entertainedJack I am directed by the Secretaryif offered. written by Staff Sergeant John nil of the children enrolled at praised the Starke Wom I

Nuttall's pretty daugh- War to acknowledge the receipt Sunrise ServicesAt De Angelus, a member! of the the Day Camp being held each an' Club for renting the buildIng N it

vlBltln' him this week, and of your letter of recent Part Gold Head band. Next followed the "Gate day at B., H. S. An egg-rolling to the Y.. M. C. A, and for l,f !
1cut with the good work date, addressed to the President, < City March" and the "Light Cav- and an egg-knocking contest will their helpful attitude towards

which has been referred to the In DefenseThree An' Easter Sunrise Service wille alry Overture. also be features. of the afternoon Camp lilandingr. II. also spoke ; s

B-ipt. Himlan War Department for reply. Easter Mrs In of the Important part that women $ ,
and Lt. PittBin' held at beautiful Gold Head The Camp Blandlng Swlngtitera program. George *
an inspection tour 0 f Your suggestions have been meetings to discuss the 3ranch State Purk..Clay County, played three numbers man U donating the eggs for the play In the time of war and of % ;
ement places here Monday noted In the Department and the subject, "Agricul ture in Defense, >n Sunday morning "The'service II Eve Vale at the drums, Eddie. party and all of the campers are the development of a new coun 1 d

m t Latter is morale of- correspondence has been made of will be held In Bradford County .vill start at six o'clock. Just two Handleman. trumpet, and Seymour Invited to the hunt which will try The encouraging and help.. 1 1

for the 43rd '. an' a record for such consideration as Wednesday April I 16. These minutes before sunrise, and will Rosenberg, clarinet. These take place back of the schoolhouse ful talk given by Cot McNeese

B>ther lookln' osalfer. methinks circumstances may warrant. meetings. will be held In the Law- be conducted by the Reverend boys have played with lead- during the camp hours this was greatly appreciated by his t"
Your Interest In National Defense at 10 A M., at many ]
ver saw .. tey school house George D. Rogers o f Penney Ing bands. Staff member Helen afternoon. The following national tr
Is highly appreciated. the Brooker school house at 2 P. I songs war sung; Star Spangled i
ear Frank Landrum jus' Farms, formerly of Red Oak, McGrath sang "Five O'clock Contests were held during the
n't wait for the formalIn' Very truly yours, M., and in the courthouse in Iowa Music will be under the Whistle" and "So You're t the week in hopscotch, jump rope and Manner God Bless America and ki

of the new Western Auto .. E. S. Adams, Starke at 7:30: P. M. direction of Miss Martha Rogers, One," and "Star Dust" featured found ball. Navey Owen won the My Country TIs of Thee with

and entered it with a bang Major General, L. T. Dyer, recently appointed of Green Cove Springs Mrs. C, Harullpman and his trumpet. hopscotch contest, with Paul Can Mrs. L. A. Canova aa piano ac. 1

Friday night-right through The Adjutant General. Bradford County agriculturalagent A. Bond, also o f Green Cove Following Intermlftxlon. "Col- ova taking. second place. Joan companist. '

late glass window Can'the Betty Anne wouldn't tell me Clifford L. Walker. county Springs, will direct the Hinging- umbia" wan heard, with tile con- Carpenter, Marlon Rafuse and The business session was pre '

didn't have the law on jus' what she suggested in her rural' rehabilitation supervisor, The entrancing natural beauty cert part beautifully given by Dorothy Dryden ranked, best sided over by the, newly-elected d

Ide, however Understand letter to the President After I and Miss Madge Whigham, home of the park In spring-time, with Sgt. William\ Perrlt of New Yorka among the camp's rope jumpers, president, Miss Evelyn Stump; I

Camp Bland Ing M. P.'s were all, there has to be a certain management supervisor, of the Its hills and lakes, glistening -- graduate of the William's while Edwin William. Kasper Mrs. T. K McClane. Jr., acted i

he back seat Seems amount of secrecy around mat- Farm Security Administration dogwood blossoms, myriad of na- conservatory of mimic In Brook Duncan, Marcus Brown, Isaac as secretary and .Mrs W H. Hart ,

>k was glvin' 'em a lift after ters of national defense, 'you 'will\ conduct the meetings.The tive trees and ferns, will con lyn. Owen and Fred Oyals formed the gave a financial report. All,club
*glon dance at the Armoryooops know discussions are designed farm tribute an inspirational setting to A trombone quartette was heard brut found ball team o n the vice-presidents' announced their

>- !, he started sklddin' Seems the Legionnaires sorta bring Information, to the in the the Impressive services. In "I Hear a Rhapsody" and "I school play area. plans of work for the year Mrs.

he moist pavement an' just had a tough break, not sellln' ,people national as preparedness to their part program.All I I The public Is cordially Invitedto Love You Truly," arranged by The boy acting as color guards D. P, Carpenter, chairman of ,

Pn't stop enuff tickets to give away the and women are attend. Bob Beebe who arranged the this week are: Paul Canova, Ron program presented the yearbook W

ew spring makin'local car Hear Steve Weldon's in farm men these musical score of "For Thee I ald Hunt, Robert Owens, Junior for the coming year. Mrs.E. .
toggery is Invited to attend I!:. L. '
Bugs fourth
lassies bloom like the charge now and he'll soon get the well as Interested Kingsley Lake ChurchThe Stag." Other members Of the Rosser and Harold Lennon. vice-president 'J,

era in May Woman'smeeting job done Don't give up meetings in, as the farming anyone situation. Lake quartette were Salvatore Calvo, The new member enrolled this breakfast.announced plans for ,t h e May 1

break Wed- Maybe you'll win It yet. .' Klngsley Missionary formerly a member of the Horace week are: Jeanette Inman, Jeanette :
up doln Baptist Church will bold Its regular The club members ''i :
| y looked like the Easterde Dorothy Delavan secretarial Heidt orchestra; Walter Rich, a McLendon Richard Williams, brought to
after teachln' Mrs. Aspinwall meeting S u nday morning, this meeting' shower f t I'' .
Itself work at C. B. one-men band in himself; and Edwin Williams, Madeline Williams 'a of flower,
denting In Evelyn Stump blue all year at B. H. S.-Good goln' Severely InjuredMrs. April 13, at 11 o'clock A special Joseph Vostrak, a frequent one. Marvin Dyals, Maurice containers ,for the hospital at t

crisp white smart navy G o. Manassa and Jeanette Easter Service has been plannedand night stander Dyala J 0 Montelth,. George Camp Blending; and they also !.1'-':
Adkins Sr.. in organdy white woolen Kincaid, both drlvln' sleek new O. H. Aspinwall, daughterof the public Is Invited to at A big band formation, modern Winkler, Arthur Winkler, Marian planned to assist In supplying th* "f t.

Mr Jennings In gray- black Bulcks Phil Vltsky Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams, tend. ized under the technical supervision Brown Leslie Thomas and Wesley hospital with, flowers., (1'' :
lookln' chipper now the amusement condition In St. VII1.cent' Thomas The' decorations for \. J '
mn n ensemble-one- of those is in critical of Sgt. A. DIFronze played"A the auditorium <4, ,
is plckln' and With Johns Agency ,
dress an' woolen jacket af- blzness up Hospital Jacksonville Russian Lullaby" and the were of Jonquils larkspur "

I've been Gotta figure out a sure way to her soldier-husband Is in the "On O'clock and other spring flowers Dur .J
wantln' t (By Karl E. Kruz: formerly of Pa Jump. Inman Leaves
i y. did Jack Dempseys autograph on Army Hospital at Camp Standing, Ingthe social half the hostessserved '
you know that Dr. get latka Is now associated. with the Lionel Kennedy started h I la
mgs dotted line Sattlday night the result of an automobile accident For LegislatureGeorge Ice cream and cake,' and 'ton
has the as
| wings?. Goes to Charley E. Johns Insurance: musical career with the Immortal
regularly for flyln' practice) Wonder If the old drop-the- early Sunday morning on agency In the capacity of solicitor Victor Herbert. Playing both each place was placed a nosegay ,'j i. V'f tt n
I- handkerchief act would work? the beach road from Jackson. H. Inman, Starke Legislator of red white, and blue flow r
Lucile and collector. Mr. ,Kruz specializes the
Creen's perky bluer saxophone and the clarinet '
It has-since ville. left Monday for Tallahassee en. Hostesses were: Mrs. O. L.
Well always
-tdr and
In checkupsand he
med : surveys quickly climbed the> ladder of
i1* Pane hat reminds 'you Cleopatra wa ooomph girl of Both of Mr. Aspinwall' legawere will be to his ad- where he, along with the Beasley. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. ;
that used to be glad nuslcal success Prior to enter- other colons. will make laws forth E. I.. "i" 'I
ge Middleton l the NU Can hardly believe broken below the knees; vice on insurance. problems. the service he music Biggs, Mrs. R. C. Buford : } })
wearln' a start- ng taught State of Florida. Mr. Inman Mrs. "
red that we're actually to have the both cheek bones were broken; Edward Burns Mr: *. I*. A. 'r
white, and !In New York and some of his '
black number
In our and his' promised to keep the Telegraph Canova, and Mrs. L. D.
Mrs. famed Manasaa Mauler her chin bone wa broken; she seat, while another man. Vlnlng. ,
Middleton students are Tony Pastor Sammy <" I
| In luscious
Starke is jn the et posted as to Important happen.
midst But then. suffered lacerations across the wife were riding I rear
|-so beige becomln'with. accessories.of. Edna Hartse definitely out of the bush league face; her teeth were knocked out, of the car. The soldier was I with Kay Paul and Bobby Whitman.Davis,Mr.formerly Ken- ings In the State Capital. In Interest of Bill ''J j'1: : :

if I'll ever get usedto them buried driving. They"" were' all friends, I
*ea Wonder and several of were
had of
|,'lane candy tan Wilma it THear In her lower lip. and went to the J'beach Saturday nedy plenty good muilcl- Revival to Begin County Attorney T. Frank t' \ ,'
| lookln' like little ans to pick from, taking the best,
In a Bruke, the female Mr. Asplnwall has both feet In night to celebrate some anniver Landrum was In Tallahassee yesterday
I light blue skirted Mildred and organized, undoubtedly, one
full af- woman who was Returning: about 4'' A. M. Rev. Joe S. Faulconer,. pastor !In the Interest of a local ,
will be here soon Another sary.
Claire wrestler of tie beat bands at Blanding' t t
Camp -
head> Chapman in gray who'll meet her? riding in the car I Ia also in a Sunday, the three ,occupants of of the First Christian Church, bill providing for abolishment of 1
| to toe Carrie Ward too Wonder and Private Bill Duchette was Ashland Ky.. will begin a revival the Bradford
he several local Jacksonville nospluL A soldier i the front seat fell asleep, County Board of
softest white coat Could name the announcer. at the Christian Church In Stark Bond Trustees '
enCe hair-pullers wouldn't do half who was driving the car was the car ran Into an abutment or The Introduction
McLendon in shades of who 'em I railing of a concrete bridge. Efforts!: are being made to have Sunday night The revival\ be. of this bill la being speeded so '
could name scratched up.According
I in,sod beige (saw her tother bad I say .I to Mrs., Williams, The car was a brand new 1941 concerts weekly, so that the citizens ing sponsored not only by the that the Board of'County Commlaaloners e

the cutest light blue' suit -but I won't time who has seen both' her daughterand I Plymouth sedan which the soldier of .Stark may have an opportunity members of this church: but by may'assume authority

turban to'matcbJ .' So Well so long for this ParCarolyn. son-in-law since the accident. had purchased only ,Saturday. It* of spending a few pleas : all the Christian churches In the In matters concerning the vital 1}

1beauty no and finery on every See' you in the Easter Mr. and Mrs Asplnwali .and a speedometer stopped while registering ant hours listening to their favor- County. The public U cordially national defense highways la this '

!\kerJ Wonder CoL McNeese ade soldier friend were in th. front I' only CO miles its musical numbers. Invited. area.
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t two days before schedule, due to the Yugo- BROOKER GUM BRANCH guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.McRae .. Wednesday night we", :
The Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Sunday. Mrs. H. H. IIr
, slavian crisis. The Japanese esteem "face" By Mr. L. I* Parker By Mrs. Edd Parrkh C. and Keene and __
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand Harley, Mr
', \ 1877f above all else, and there can be no doubt EGG PIPPING ENJOYEDA Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children of Jacksonville and. Vanlc. Keene and son 1114

<' Published d Weekly on' Friday and'Entered--a:* Seo- that the Axis has been losing "face" of large number of young people 1 son, Lynn, of Pine Level .were ;Mr. and ,Mrs. Charney Yarbrough and J. A. Harnage, V

t end Clan Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla, late. Still another report says that the attended an egg plppinggiven,, at visiting Mrs. W. F. Harnage Sunday and daughter of Lawtey ,were Miss Elna Conner
I"!1 the home of Miss. Doris Hodgesof I ,afternoon.: visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. H. H. her brother-In. \Pi"
-- Japanese
R RATEYJ Emperor, HSrohito, permitted i Mrs. Vanice law
SUBSCRIPTION Brooker Saturday' night honoring Vanice Keene and Keene and .Mr. and and 1IaII
Mr. and Mrs. !,
Yearly, $l.7b1; Six Month, f 1.00-Payable In Japan to join the Axis on the understanding her cousin. Miss Edna Par son, VanTce. Jr., spent the weekend Keene Sunday afternoon. Mrs. p. s. Shaw, 1\\,
5i t Airvanre. Advertising. Rate on Application that nothing would be done to provoke war rlnh of Dukea Miss Pan-ten Is I ,with Mrs. Keene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and State Farm recently '
r with the United States. Inasmuch' Hitler spending a few days with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klllisrd, at children of Palatka were visiting : Mrs. B. M. McRae and
Hodges. Woodlawn.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edd'Parrish and : of Pine Level
'i THOUGHT FOR TilE WEEK must devoutly desire that kind of war, for I were VIs1Unr
BIBLE The guest arrived about 7 o' and Mrs. Edd Parrish were Mre. W. Harnage Sunday aft W. F. Harnage
I, : Asked in the Old Testament: the reason that it would divert out attention clock and games were enjoyed visiting Mr. Parrlsh's parents ernoon. Parrish and,, bn

"If a man die, shall he live again"?- and energies from he Atlantic to the around a comforting I fire outside. Mr. and Mrs. Euaton Parrish Harley Keene spent the week- Mr. and Wednesday
At eleven o'clock the bright- end at Woodlawn with James j. c
Job. Pacific it is difficult to see how Japan can Sunday afternoon at Hellbronn. !
eyed youngsters were called to a Mr. and Mrs. Eldon and HUlIard. son Bobby of Sampson CJ,
in the New Testament: be of any particular service to her partners Sapp dinner
Answered tempting table of refreshments church the guests of
son, Rudolph, Mrs. T. N. Nor Those attending at Mr J
seek the living: among the if the Emperor's reputed stand is true. In where different kinds of F. S. and
"Why ye many man and son. Gerald, were dinner home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore Sapp Wednesday,
dead? lie is not here, but is risen.-Luke Japan, whose form of government is different cakes, cookies crackers, bread,
than other the pickles. and eggs were served.
any Emperor
: The hostesses were Miss Hodges, WJI3 a o po v oo Facts That Concern 1'&u
24:56."And the angel answered and said unto from a figurehead-he literally owns all the Miss Martha Lee Rhlmes, and va 2tS of s gr

the women, Fear not ye; for I know that resources of the Empire. And Japan undoubtedly Miss Madeline Green.

,ye seek Jesus: which was crucified. He is knows that if she attacked Hong SEWING CLUB

not here; for he is risen, as he said. Come, kong, French Indo-China, the Dutch East The Ladles Sewing Club held

the place where the Lord lay"-Matt. Indies, or Singapore, she would come to its regular semi-monthly meeting
44 see March 23: at the home of Mrs. A.L .
28:5-6.: blows with us. The recent visit of a large Green Jr

flotilla from the U. S. Navy to Australia It Was decided by the club to

Vacatioii'Weary{ Mothers may be taken as an extremely important take the money In the treasuryand Ifi I ] r
gesture.At. buy each member a piece of _
Should 'Welcome 'W. P. A. Day Camp linen to embroider. [ISM
mothers often dread to see the any rate, we should know in a few '
Weary After a social hour of sewing :,
weeks at the outside what will \
summer months come because it means the happen in refreshments were served by the II IIliil
ry<, added problem of keeping their children the Balkans. If war breaks out there, and hostesses, Mrs. Green,. Mrs IIr
the odds in its favor it George Hazen and Mrs. Earl r o as \
44 entertained and out of mischief during the are will be the most r ear
decisive action yet taken in this conflict.
the school room. liil
long vacation from The next meeting will be at the 1ffi
This year, however, that problem is home of Mrs. T. W Markey
being largely' solved locally by the W. P. A. Council Right In Enforcing) FISHING FEVER !' IT

" Day Camp project which opened last week Sunday Closing Laws Talk about the spring fever H

to help fill in the gap caused by the un- The City Council deserves a measureof but everybody here seems to .
usually early closing of B. II. S. and the commendation for its firm stand against have the fishing feverl! Every day
someone Is going fishing. J. K.
, :' consequent inconvenience to new students.,, a wide-open business district Sunday. Douglas and T. W. Markey madea _
who have transferred from schools which Even the most broad-minded person nice catch at Orange Lake

" close much later. will agree that the line must b e drawn Monday afternoon.

The Day Camp meets five days each somewhere, 'and in a matter of this kind, CHURCH SERVICES

:., week and every Wednesday a community once the bars are let down it is very hardto Don't forget Sunday School at ARE YOU SEEING ONLY PART OF THE

""I i! program is given at the Armory. which includes get them back in place again. One busi- 11 10 o'clock with the Sunday Rev. C.and Warren at PICTURE(

! games, folk songs, and folk dancing. ness man, seeing his neighbor's doors open Pastor. There will be an Easter
The children are taught how to make many on Sunday, reasons: "He carries some of Egg hunt,'at the church Sunday The great majority of beer retail estabhatlon., an annual payroll of$15,757,151

useful articles, and are ,given, a chance to the same items that I do. If he stays openI afternoon, and church services lishments are clean wholesome places. and $1,735,893.93 taxes paid last year.
again Sunday night. You
develop sturdier bodies through supervised will have to do likewise in order to protect Invited to attend these services are Yet it is the once-In-a-while: excepWhile it is the brewers'"violatingtavem

h physical training. myself." Thus, it would not be long to brew good beer and the retailers'

p'-' The Day Camp is open* without cost to before there would be no difference be- Gano Mrs. I. W. Plnholster Mrs. that everybody notices. responsibility to sell it under wholesome
Mrs. T. W.
all children of school age and parents who tween Call Street on Saturday and Call Martha Evelyn Markey a pen t Such: undesirable retailers give beer a 'conditions,nevertheless the brewing in.

do not take advantage of its facilities are Street on the Lord's Day. Wednesday afternoon in Alachua. bad name it doesn't deserve. Furtherdustry wants anti-social: retailing eliminated .

4 overlooking something decidedly worthwhile. We have never been accused of narrow- Mrs. ,Earl Green and Mrs. W, more, by arousing public Indignation, entirely.

,, mindedness. We believe in bending over A.urday.Hinton were in Starke Sat- retailing,abuses endanger,your right to You can help us by(1)patronizing

Hitler Finds Caution NecessaryIn backwards to accomodate the soldier pop Mr., and Mrs.,James Cason and .enjoy good beer '''beverage ofmodl1'the' legal and reputable places where

Balkan Situation ulation of Camp Blanding, to make Starkeas children were visiting relativesin ation. They Also endanger the benefitsbeer is sold and (2))by reporting any law

I No matter how. much we pull for entertaining and as agreeable to them as Gainesville Sunday.D. that beer has brought to 'Florida- violations you,may observe to the duly

Yugoslavia in its plucky attempt to defy possible. Likewise, 'we want to .see our | O. Vallenwelder of Tampa 18,294 persons employed since reIeptconstituted law enforcement authorities.BEER. .
j i spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Hitler, there is considerable doubt as to businessmen reap full benefit from,the mili-j I!: T. W., Markey.

whether the tiny country will be able to tary shower greenbacks, but,\there are:{:. 'Miss 'Edna Parrish of Dukes CEO etFw

. get away with its dramatic disavowal of some things that transcend the dollar mark I spent the' week-end with Mlues'gne" moderation ?

'J j its pact with the Axis, and the establish and no lasting good t can come to a town and Martha Lee'Rhlmes. ...a beverage of |j jj

ment of a pro-British government under the that gains the unsavory reputation of beinga Mrs.: G. B. Colson, Resale Col-
son, and Mrs. J..K. Douglas were
boy prince, Peter.Yugoslavia flagrant Sabbath-breaker. It would soon In Gainesville Monday afternoon.
is, after all, a little nation, even lose the respect of the soldiers' who a Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxterof

almost completely encircled by the Ger-' patronized it during its heyday, its name Baldwin were visiting rela- '

mans and Italians, and at the same time- becoming a synonym for lawlessness. tives and Tuesday.Mrs. Mann Hazen' and t:f:: i:

like most Balkan powers-she is torn within With Camp Blanding and Starke only Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and ,
by conflicting factions which have centuriesof eight miles apart, soldiers can undoubtedlyget children were 'dinner guests of > u

hatred and bitterness back of them. most of their shopping done on nights Mr. and Mrs. Purvis, Hazen of k j When GENERAL MOTORS,
Hampton Lake
Wednesday night.
what ,however the British during the week, Saturday afternoon and '
Come may, ,
Mrs. Ruby Branning of Lake "
f ** builds and backs it
) *
have gained an extremely' important diplo- Saturday night. With the expanded church Butler spent last week here with 1 xJ -

matic triumph in the Balkans. Those: who activities, the operation of, new recreation her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. p, c" >yf\ everybody'Knows its good I Ii

Galne .
forecast that Germany would 1 move her centers in Starke and other nearby ,cities, >
legions into Yugoslavia within a few hours the summer program of sports within the Mrs.Mr'f.rt&airsvJohnnie Mott and "
"Flounce" were n ?S ,
ry22eiZ i''
after the new government thumbed its nose camp itself, there is no reason why any shopping ta Gainesville last week.FLA."STATE '> ,>(

' at Hitler, were mistaken. Authorized ,Ber- man should find Sunday hanging heavy on .1.. ",-4i'1'
lin spokesman declared the reich would not his hands. FARM .
be provoked into action against Yugoslavia Let us be broadminded, for this I is By Mis Mary TownsendMrs. f.I"'f'

by the operations of "British agents or the 1941-a strange new era, bringing condi- M. E. Griner Mrs. P. D. t ::\'
cries of street mobs." and that, accordingto tions that are foreign to all of us: new Fancher sopping ., J. A. Lander 4 d Y'y 1>t",
we r e in Gainesville ',,"
seasoned commentators, amounts to an philosophies, new habits, new moral values. Mxjnday, ".,,

admission that Hitler, for once, isn't sure But in being broadminded, let us not forgetto J. G. Godwin Is reported doing >ilHYDRAMAT i
of his course. preserve the wholesome qualities that nicely, after undergoing an operation' ';r''

From lIitlCI"S point of view, caution make Starke a desirable place in which to last week.C. In .St. Vincent's Hospital :'''

may well seem the wisest path to pursue in live. S. Dlshong of Wauchula and &iL iH'':")"'i"}>' ""' ;;'I.
.h'Nh i iI
the Balkans, for the time being at least. Jacksonville paid a short visit ; 4ft': .

Turkey has shown no sign of wavering Conserving Food Products to his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,J'p",<;" .;,,,;,;,;,',,P'\1f1." ',
on of last
from her pro-British stand, though she has Essential in Defense ProgramOnce week Tuesday

been subjected to the strongest kind of again there ''is a movement in Mr. and1 Mrs. Reece Bradley of

diplomatic pressure by Germany, and she Starke toward the organization and operation Jacksonville lted their relatives I 1Cnvnrer

has a fairly well equipped army of 2,000,000 of a co-operative canning plant, owned ley /and Mrs.ag4frs.Mr. and J.Mrs.H: J.Hund-M.

t men. There are indications that Russia, and managed by local business men and Bradley here over the week-end.
which must be worried about possibility oft farmers. Mrs. Lillian Moorehead is
t German advances into the Ukraine visiting In the home of Mr. and
once The defense program of our Government .
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier.
j the small states in the way are disposed of, is fostering the idea of saving every Mrs. J. L., Robertson and Mrs. WORID's ONLYDRz / GENERAL

I is backing Turkey., The military prowess particle of food that can be grown and year R. Fancher were in Jacksonville NO CIl7TCH 7'0 PRESS: MOTORS
of the amazing Greeks needs no advertising after year a large part of our crops are left Monday
w -the headlines have told that epochal story. in the fields after prices fall, or are sold at Mrs, J Mrs._ A. Lillian Bouvier,Moorehead.her houseguest NO OEARS 70 SHIIT'

i: Britian is known to have landed a good a loss to the growers. Mrs. Ander A. Jordan and Mrs.
many thousands of her seasoned Australian The Government through the Defense J. Glover i Caldwell were visiting *; WHEN" you see the Hydra-Matic emblem on the "car and **fe. Why not try till
t ahead, you know it stands for two <
in Lake things: One-the that has the drive that
City Monday.
I veterans of the African campaign in Greece, Council, will take stock in of the
every part The many friends of Edwin drive that's backed by the biggest Motors builds-try Olds
I i- and has strong naval and air forces at country of all food products that are now,' Malone are pleased to know he Is name In motordomt t TWo H7 : strategic points. And military authorities will be improving from that at Extra. Cot
or available. Canned foods will be a recent operation -the drive does things no

I a think that Germany's forces in the Balkans, especially desirable as storage and handlingcosts A, .. other drive can do! No other .., ,,, i
though they are no doubt superbly equipped, are much less than when the same the homeof family -reunion Mr. and was Mrs.held J. drive in the world completely 7
k are probably not nearly so large as wild products in : eliminates the conventional I_
are a raw state. : Bradley}Sunday! all of their eight clutch
: f rumors indicate. The German army i is If a workable plan could be formulated I children a ere.With them to enjoy other and clutch pedal. No gas ; :'
give a
spread fairly thin these days, and the prob- along this line the happy occasion., completely aufo- ?
I., Bradford County farmers I t Those ,4 matio shifting through all four
present were Mr. and
lems of supply and transport are extremely ,,could store their full crops, preventing any Mrs. Vance Geiger and son. Brad- y I forward speeds.: And no 'other Detroit O.n.rtt Tr wbr't D""

1 difficult. from going stale on their hands, and also ley, Mr. and"Mrs. Gerald Cox and makes driving to simple, easy Hydra-MatieDrives ar.P
i :' Still another serious German problem controlling glutted markets with five daughters. Elizabeth, Jer- TIE CAR ,
' F t, today is that of prestige. The Italians have low prices. Mr.aldlne. Patsy, Mary B, and Irene,
I and Mrs. E. W. Muldrow of
,t' been a serious handicap to Hitler in this as More information concerning this project Jacksonville J ac k Bradley of OLDSMOBILETorode t

in other regards. Reports from Berlin indicate will be revealed in early issues of the Tele Rantowe, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Reese
that Japanese Foreign Minister: Mat- graph. Those who are interested Bradley of Jacksonville James t
assure Leslie
I suoka wouldn't come through with all the us that it will be backed with local capitalas and Carolyn-Bradley. I C

\, promises of aid that the Nazis wanted. A it is wished to make it a thoroughly co- GEM CLIPS 50c perM- Chevrolet ;
;Reuters dispatch said that he left ,Berlin operative venture. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE-

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and r. i14n.v!1.a BETIIELd of cause Bradford wherein County.Theodore Florida n David-, 'In a property: the described hlKhest therein will b;' prior to .said return date.. Witness.. claims within thirty (30) days. I be Issued thereon Said certificate under Certificate No. 11 U. i

Hon 4s. the ulalntlff and Mary B court house door bidder at my hand and official seal at from the date of the filet public. embraces. the following\ described I W'4 of SW* "' "i-. 211 TwP. T... 1
( Mra. D. Davidson la the defendant and you day In the month on of the first Starke. Florida, this 26th day of tlon of this notice! .as. provided' lorl.v property, lit the County of Bradford n. 2i E. containing 80 Acre.. }
are hereby required to appear In which la the day 1 March 1941.OFFICIAL Section' 13, Chapter. 1991, Lawsof State of Florida to-wlt. more or tees. Is embraced under
Allen were acid cause on the 5lh day of May ISM, day of ( SKAT.) A. J. Thomas. Florida, U39. to the Slate B was and A.fen-8 mother :Mrs. 111.41. Bradford County Telegraph Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Department of Florida at Starke "Sea' 29\ Twp. 6 8. It. The assessment of the lOa I" property .
t1., ::Mr. In. designated an. the newspaper In HRte" this mt> day of March' County. Florid 3-28 4t ..18 Tallahassee, Florida, or all alien 22 K. under Certificate No. 956 was '
U. ;
( which thin. order nhnll be published rights and Interest in and. to said In the name of Unknown; Thassesmnent ..
lawsand Woo.lard, Sum GIls on and once a week for four oon.Btuilve ( ..'F Property shall cease and termi, The assessment of the said property of the said property
' and Mrs. week. prior to said return date. (lerk of (ircultlourt of Brad[rd :NOTICE OF ,\I.PI.r \11OVFOIl flats under the said certificate' is.eued tinder Certificate No. I 968 was. In .

week-end guests of Witness my hand and official neal County, Florida. 3-28 4t ..18 T \ III-KII. : E. w. \\IC.! nOli ROUOIT, W. Owen.was. In the name of Herbert. the name of Ruby A. llayesj; The
n were at Starke. Florida thin the list (senate Hill No. lad) assessment of the said I property
Director State Beverage Depnitment I'nless. said. certificate shall be
woodard. NOTICE IS HEKKBY 857,
n day of March Etil. 1941OFFICIAL i\; Tim: GIVEN: > of Florida, Tallahassee, "'Flor under said Certificate Noin
corTV: redeemed according to law theprnwrty Jt ;
son have JI'DtF'e4C01'RT. That H C Edwards holder of Tax : the
Allen and ) A. J. Thomas ,. : ida. 5t 5IN .a 1187. 1124. and 1128 were
M. l\ t FO n described therein will be '
J Clerk Circuit Court 111\\0111>> Certificates Numbered respectively. \ Unknown. The assessment.
Bradford llama of ;
V181t1nc week's visit with t OI''I''I.on.; ... % No. "2, ; sold to the highest: bidder at the
d from a County, Florida. 3-28 4t 4-18 IV: No. 41, No. 44. No. 48, No. of said. property under Certificate
MBKSTATE OF ALLIH 50 and No. 208. all Issued the 2nd. courthouse door on the first Mon- of Brook-
; inn C.III.r 112 In the name
14/1 P Olustee. WIII'IIIAIjoOMETIJI' : ; day In the month of Slay 1941 .
/ )>: filed
in /'I/ day of August. 1917. has l)1'I It. IIUIIT OF Fl.DM. 'lyn Land C...
\l and Ernest Allen were NOTICE OF APPLICATION: 1'SPELLED(1M HIS.NUT, IN- same In my office Mid has made .lll1 AM>)> *" 11' ...IIIFOIIII) which Is the 51 h., day o( May, Unless said Certificate shall he.redeemed .
FOIL TAX I).:":" PETENTW'rlCFo : application for tax deed to be Issued ('01 :\ 1941Dated according to law the y'
Sa Olustee last Sunday. TIAT ffeulah GIVEN: : OF .PPI.ICTIOS TO theieon. 11.IV CH\\CKHY: this. 2nd, day of April, properties described. therein> will
Con K"d Woodard Kellylh Id BELL LAND Said certificates (respectively 14 I. bidder at
Mrs. Dave r of Tax embrace O. T. Wheat, be mold to the highest
Clt1 John- Certificates. numbered reflectively. whom Ilt may concerngthaat to Earl the following described Plaintiff OFFICIAL I ttJ"'J1't'ol'nd) the Courthouse door on the first' ; 1
Ld Mrs. Evle SST. 898. 400 and 401 palled the 1, i properties In the County of Brad -vs- No. 1189 Clerk of ( r 1 fold Monday In the Month of Slay;) i
Ire andJay. / P Gainesville were Sundayof 2nd. day of September A D. 1935. Whlsnant. as. Uuardlan. of Allie ford. State of Florida, to-wlt" : Willie Mae '''II lion. County Florida ..t 4t 4-25 11141. which la the 5th., day of .May. ,
has. filed same In my office and' Whlanant sometimes spelled Whin- One A In NW' 'or of 8\vii of Defendant.OltDKK -
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. has made application for tax deed nut heirs. an of Incompetent one of the SWl, Pec.'r..zll Twp 6 S H. SI 1C., 1 OF 8RHVICHNOT1CH ;:: OIIIIFII OF PI'III,.\TIOV 19Dlnted this 2nd, day of April A. p't
to be Issued thereon. Perry Dover Deceased Acre, or less Is. embracedunder \ TO APPEAR' \0llt! TO As.V14Ill ::0. III It.
Said certificate will\ on the 16th day of April A. 1>. certificate No. 43 THE STATE OF FLO1UDA: The State of Florida to Myrtle t O..Io'l'IAt.. SEA A. J. Thomas I'i' i
rd.D. D Woodard has re- brace the following respectively deiicrlhecl em. 1H41. at 10:00: o'clock In the forenoon SKi; of MV. Sect U Twp. 5 8. TO Willie Mae Wilson whose address M Pope, whose residence. I* Iutlsld. Clerk of Circuit Court; of MradforrlCounty :
prop. or as soon thereafter as the It 21 K, 40. Acres, Is embraced : ... 4t 48
a erties In the County of Is iJOMi' North Cedar Street North Carolina: You orehereby Florida.
e spending Uradforcl same .
3rrql from may heard apply to K.
home State: of Florida to-wlt under Certificate No. 43. Charlotte, North Carolina notified that bill of .com _
L. sister In Lake Ferryman County Judge 1n and !SEW of NWVi &: NH, of SWV It Is. ordered that for divorce and' due '
with her Lot 1 Blfc 1, City Park SiD W for Bradford County, Florida, at Sec 26 5 S. youare davit ;tll.i I I'\TU'F! OF APPI..r'TIOoi: ,
Twp. It.u B 120 for
& C. Add'n to Starke., Section 28 his. office In the required to appear on the tth this order has been FOIt T\ Ua.U
House .
J Twp. 6 Mouth, U. 22 E,, In. embraced Starke. Florida for authority In to Acres, more or less In embracedunder day (\fJBY! A. D 1941 before. the In the Circuit Court of Bradford (rnale Hill >... 1111) f +
; under Certificate Certificate No. 44NK14 above entitled court to the bill of ( Florida" In a cause where HEUEBY" (IIVEN.That '
SIT. sell at private sale the 'ounlYJ NOTICE 18 ;
entire In.t"I"t
i IK r(1111'11'" C 01 HT. KlfSIITII Lot 4. Blk 8, City Park S D W & and estate of All. \Vhlxnant' of NKV4 Seo. S5 Twp. 5 fl.1 complaint\ filed against you IK the I'iM'fl Inthe, Plaintiff andMyrtle T. J. Alderman. holder of q'
I IIH" ir OF FI.OH- C's Add'n to Btarke' Section:; 28 Incompetent In and to the follow., Is 21 E. 40 Acres, more or I..a.j at o\e entitled cause: and "Bradford M, Pope Is the defendant, Tax. Cerdflcalee Numbered respectively. ,.
|III V \>l> FOB IIHAI.FOHU Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E., In embraced ing described land located In the 49. embraced under Certificate County Telegraph" Is hereby and you aie hereby required' to No. 47*. No. 477. 484 No. 4: i !

"I'C" IIV under certificate No. 398. Town) of Starke, Bradford County, 6 A In NW Cor: of NW'l Nll'i I designated as the l newspaper In I tI sppear.. yo'In said Slav: cause lull* on B-adford the 5th 1MB No. 1547 No 161t8h da No. ".)"' !1'
11, ; : Lots 5, 6. 7 Blk 1 Cltv ;D Florida, and mote W which this Older shall be published 882. All Issued the ( y ot ,i ,
specifically domrlhed of Koad "Iny S
)0' Howard. W & C's Artdn 03 kJ'IIJctT as. follows to-wit: 440. A NK 4 of : ( ex" once> a week for four consecutiveweeks. County Telegraph, Is 'designated alii August, |I9S3, bee filed. name In f.o(1'( I
feet N Elfl> of NWl of NWlt the "'1< which this order '
28 Twp 6 M. R. .22 I .. and made appllt'r
K i.ffloe has 'I
Tluintit' No. 11" are em.braced 1. East one-half of lots five (51 C' N 440. feet, & Way or NWi of shall be pufdlahrd once .a week for ,
under Certificate No. WITNESS hand'And the seal I for tax ,deed tub. Issued 'v.'
"00. and lion
seven (7) In block sixteen NW4i WM of 8W NW& my ,.
of A four consecutive works to
|inward I Lot\4 Illkf 6, City Park SD W (16), original Starke. being I It:'ir of RWU, of NWex \< of this court at Stnrke, Floililti. prior thereon. t
N 16(1 said
& C's Addn toI1..rloe/ Section > etll east t > ( this 2Slh day. of March. A. D.. return dateNltness myhand Halil I certificates respectively em : t'I-'I
28 two and one-half I ((62 (i) fl.. & SIC": of NWV4 ex N 150 ft. and official. sent. I at Stalks, +
MSa" ": 0)TO> 5U8A7? ;'r ''ttlf': .at 22 No.:M:, 403.In embraced and five west(11111). and feet one north hundred'and south and Me Acres",. 36, ,more Twp" or II less"S.'" U.Is 21 R. 13H 1941.lO5'Fi'iAi.. SEAL A. J. ThomasClerk Floilda, I this :2!Dill day of March, brace the In the following County described nf Bradford properties t t:'
I embraced 111 I 1. .
IJrvTB OF FLORIDA! The assessment" of the sail property In of Starke Biadford Under Certificate. of the Circuit Court.J I Slate ot Florida to-wll : .
f whoae residenceiMaHuit ut.'I't'1"n: ; ; No. 50 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas :4 Seo. 18 .
'B'How..rd. under certificate N... J")7 wan. of Florlda; assessed Lots 5. 6. 7, 8. II. 10 of Blk I Imniince, Jacksonville, rhtPlaintiffs Clerk Circuit Court Bradford :NK'i: of NW 4 of Ni
:street; San anclsco. In the name of Unknown; the asfiesnment at $2.000, I.. T Ai ('0'.. Addition to Starke 31. Attorney' .... 4t 4-25 County Florida. 3-28, 4t 418O1HH Twp. 7 S! It. 21 E, containing 10 ,;
eta. of the said property 2. Lots one ( I ). (2) three Sec. 28 Twp 6 S 113 n. Is Aden more' or leas. IH embraced I
1 pPeardonkthe. under certificate no. 398 was In and, four (4) 'tob k one m b'ac"dlnd..r, Certificate No 203.i em-. NO'I'KM' OF \....iciriov under Certificate No. 47.. ''.
gnlrwletu the name of Mrn 13 :\ ., OF 'I'I.IU'1'U of /'INof NE' >4 "0'.16 Twp. :
l the H Smith; the In n N. iJowllng's addition III The assessment of the said' Foil T\ lBBII(8e51180 N'4 .
f IRV A. U. 11141 before assessment of the aRid property the town of Siaike, as per map i arty under, 5x1(1 certificates I : prop .'()" f\\ llii.MNenute : : 78. It. 21 1C. contiilnlns 10 Aer.s, j'
No. 41. 11111 No. HID: '
entitled I court. to the In under certificate No. 400 was In and survey of said plot recorded 41. 44., 49. 50 and SOI were In the NOTICK 18 IIKKUnV mVEN, ( 11111 ".. lad) more' or I....... In. embraced under' .,,'
I plaint fled against you the name of T. R. Young; The a" In the public record of ItradfurdCounty name. of Flank. Morgan. That Eugene: Ferguson, holder of Th.101..I'I'! : I IS IIEUK11Y OIVE.V. Certificates No. 477. '\
cove,, antYTelegraph"a ale. etmment. of the said property "Florida In Book F, page lTnless. said Certificates. shall be Tax Ceitlflcate. No. US. Issued the ; Packliam., holder of "Std of SW1r of N'VNtA.. of ;.!
I""r,1> under certificate No. 403 wa In the 654, said lands being and lying redeemed according to law the 7th' day of September A. I> 193(1.( Tax. ('",'I t If... ,>t.a Numbered respectively NW'4' of HWi; ( eo. 17 Twp 7 H. !j ,.
I designated| as the. n..w.-i name of Unknown. In the northeast quarter of the properties described t therein will be has filed: same In: office'. amtlies r No. IIMI! No. 955. No. 957. No It. 21 13., containing 40 Acre, moreor ,
f I In which this. order shall be Unless said Certificate shall. be southeast quarter of section sold to the highest bidder at the made application my for a tax 1127, No. 1124, and, 1121 all ,iHHiiedthe I Ie..". Is embraced under' CerUA'', ; \
i once a week for fourxEsS redeemed to law (29) 7th, day' ot August', 1913 and flcat No, 484. ,1\
"+.d according the township six (8). south of Courthouse door on the flint Mon deed to he Issued thereon.. Said. i '
week II. described No, IM Issued, the 2nd. ot E S." of MS of 813VJ: Also known 'I
. properties therein will beHold range: tweniv-two (22) eastanesHed day In the Month of Mav.. 1 1911, certificate embraces the following day .. 'f
.' my hand and the sealess. to the highest bidder at the at '400. which Is the 6th., day. of May A. described property In the Countyof July, 1921; 'has filed same In :myoffice "" Hampton lark l\I..nnr-IHk. I to .1{
' I, court; at Starke. Florida 1 Courthouse door on the first Mon. 1. Iota two (2), four ((4) and six. 1>. 1941 Bradfold, theta of } . rd claY nt April A. n 1941. day In the Month of May 1941 (6) and fractional lots A and B Dated i this. 1st. day. of April A. for tax. deed to be Issued theioon. H It, 22: E, containing tin Acres, ,
.'IAh SEAL) A. J. Thomas which Is the 6th, day of May of block thlrtv-flve (36) of J. n. 11I41. wlllOne Lot of Land. 119, feet Mi|., Said: < certificates respectively embrace more or less, I. embraced. under ';t f'"
nf the Circuit Court. 1941. M John addition. to the. town the following "" certificate N... 1639. j ,
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas In SB Cor. of NWV, of "SBVi' \ Seo. ltratfm'd .' .
It. Jacksonville. .. 1"111. Hated this 20th., day of MarchOFFICIAL. of Starke, Bradford County; Clerk Circuit Court of Bradford 32 Twp 68. H 22 I',. anise In the County of NWlc of NW'1'1.... 82 Tw tees 7 ?.
4t 4.29rlt'F !State of Florida to-wlt H. It 23 E.' 40. Acres, more or "
Iffs, Attorney. A. D. 1941. assessed at 410.: County Floilda. 4-4 4t ..211 The .assessment" nf the said property : : "
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas which said application for Orderto under the said certificate. Issued T''P'I N\VU' or SE; >; Sec. in IK embraced' under .certificate No.
APPLICATION: Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford :Sell; will he based upon and In"o'col'lance In ( 22 I E? containing IIIAcies !
OF' was the name UroenHamilton. 1547.VM
IEF1)I County Florida. 3-28 4t 4-18 with the Petition now TO \\'110" IT 11tY ('O\('KIIV more, or less. Is embraced, of NW'i NW<< of SW>4 'Ii'
F'Olt J03) on file In the above styled Court TAKE .NoriCi: THAT a /1915: Ford beredeemed under Ceitlfliale. No IIMlNW NeeB Twp. 18. U. 22 E],. con. ,
!\let. Unless said reitlflcnto shall
emllp Bill GIVEN.uky KAKI.I WHISNUT, As Guardian Coupe, Engine No. IB-/101114, boar. ., of N\% ', of NMI'-i I Pep III talnluir 12n Acres. more or less, l III "?
Tin HI HEU"HY holder of Tax IXOTICK OF APPl.lrVIIOVFOR of Allle Whlsnant.. Incompetent. Ing 1941 Motor Vehicle, Tag described according: therein to law will theproperty be Twp, 6 S. U :23: F:., .. embraced under. certificate No 15S5. .1 q
: Ay lIayea TAX I.KKIMrnntp "i.20IlVllh No.value 111embraced of ( :
an appialHed Acres I less I Munder All HW"/ of mvii W. Ity. 'IS
3-14 1.11OIIIEil ?
2nd. It
the .
,'ate' I"o." U". I"au..d ( 11111 "... lll.tNOTICIJ : > of less than 81.000 was spiced, In sold to the highest. bidder at thecourthouse ,,. (mertlflrxt.' No., 055.NWH H U, 2l M, ,
Ra f 1Innbmy officeland has. IS HUltEnY GIVEN: Bradford County, Florida March door cm the first Sin of s>vi4 of MI"' ",' NEIL. Containing Airee.. moreor less. ,;fit
l-ninn, deed That Modena Byrd holder of Tax OF PI in,ir Tio\ 27. 1941, for being Uni-d In the day n"n : of ""ti 1941, of nil':'., of NWl SKIIII Twp 1tI.\ lie emltraved under' Certificate No. ''f '
anpllitttlon" for a tax certlflfiinbraces Certificate No. 101, Issued the 01 h :NOTUI3 1O .\PPMIH: violation: of Section 9, "Chapter which I Is the 511). day May It 22 U, containing 20 acres, moreor 1(103( !
| lH.ued thereon. Said '' dell .- day of July A. 1>. 1125, has filed The State of Florida to Evelyn 19301 Laws of "'Florida 19.1'! and 1941. less. Is embraced under c'olllflliate The assessment. of the .said prop, "
1,151eat. the followlrtB of- name In my office and has. made Hllegel whose residence U unknown that It Is the Intention of K W. Hated. this 29th, Any of March No. 957 arty under. said certificates N... 47*. "q
I rdlrSitateyofnFlorl. aCounty application for a tax deed to beiHHued : You are hereby notified Scarborough Director, Slate Beverage 1941.OFFICIAL. J. Hlk 11) I'... Lnt a. Livingston, 477'4H4... 15.111 IB47. 16H5 end I OJwere
: PEAL ThnmaaCleric .
1. thereon. Said certificate, that bill of complaint for divorce Department of Florida Tallahassee ( A. Truly A ( .i. Addition. to Siaike. In the name of Unknown.
\. 68 Blk 6 Lincoln City and due affidavit for thin. order of Ore ult Court of BrHdfuidCounty he l'
embraces the following described Florida to sell the prop. In \V'i4 of : 1* Twp. tl S. I'riloss raid Certificates shall
)IlltyHera' f' i 6 S. H 22 E. .. In the County of Bradford has been filed In the Circuit Court erty above described at public sale Moi' 'Ulu. ..i 41 4-25. It 22 1"1!., Is smlraced' under. Coitl-. redeemed accorcllnsr/ tc> 1 law the ,;
IgnBeiiHment. of the said prop-. State of Florida, to-wlt: of Bradford County Florida, In a In front of the Courthouse.. Starke, --- flcnte No 1127 uropnitle'' deacrlhed. therein will }
|,ncr the said certificate laInns W 1-A-of 8'A of 8E + of RWU cause wherein John W. Mlegel lathe Florida. at 10:00: A. M, on May 6, \i0'1..1: OF "4PIM.ICIIIOVFOIt : Lots 8, 7 ot Blk 27, Livingston, lie sod' to the highest bidder at 819
In the name of John of 8WU Sec. 22 Twp. 6 S. U 2] plaintiff and Evelyn MlegelIH 1941. '141 ...:.:u Truby ill Co's Add to Starke. InW the Courthouse dour on the first
iomeg E., containing 1 Acre more or less the defendant and you are hereby The State> Beverage> Department of senate Illll No. 111:1)NOTION : >4 of NE'', Sec 28 Twp. S It. Monday In the month nf May 1H4I. ,
p reps paid certificate shall be The assessment. of the said property required to appear In said. cause Florida. reserves. the right to reject I 1M HEIIEBY UIVKN 22: Id Is embraced Under Certificate which Is the III h., day of t'U' ,
in. .d deNr11)edghereinawfII\ thetiy under the said. certificate l I... on the 5th day of :May 1941. Bradford any and all bids That Mike Manic holder of Tux. No. 1124. Dated this 2nd, day ot April A. J JD.
be aid was In the name of Calvin County Telegraph Is designated All persona claiming tiny right or Certificate No. 473. Issued the 5th Lots I. 3, lie 18, 14 nf Blk 31, 1141.
limi.only. I,, the highest bidder at the Byrd.Unlens. as the newspaper In which Interest In or to said property or day of September> A. D. 1912, has Livingston Truliy A Co's Addition! (OFKICIAL\ II\! <1AT.) A. 3, Thomas '.
use ,door on the first Mon- said certificate shall be thin order shall. be. published once any part thereof are hereby re- filed same' In my office and has 'to Starke In VVl(, nf NICVi H.". 18 Clerk of Circuit Court: of Bradford
fn+I the month of May. 1941 redeemed according to law the a week for four consecutiveeeki ciuirecl to appear. and make such. made application for a tax deed to I 1'wn. 1 rt M Ks.> 10. ,Is emoracwcl County. Florida .... 4t 4-25
|is. the 6th. day of May 1941. .
2nd day of April. 1941. '
Ol'lAI. !SEAL\ : ) A. J. Thomas.

Ilete *t\of, Florida.circuit Court. of....Bradford It ..-25 4 ,
law EASY ; ,

itUK'i ir rouiT OF THE

itlei )Hill FOR Jt HH4UFOHU UI'I'I. ('IRCTIT COUNTY INI : '.:.i ;.,?

Tlllll) t. IN ('tlA CEItY. '

owV. Ooude.1'lalnUft. ,

.. sPmai ,rtY ?i Ni F r .Yr 1{ r.Se, ,) lpi'z>(''s," cv a 1)'.
hy Thibodeaux Ooude,
.. .
Dorothy Thlbodeanx Qoude,
rcmldence Is unknown.
i are hereby required to apia -
| the bill of complaint filed
TI analnnt you on or before
Rule Day In May the same
J May 5th A. D. 1941.' w; sVq l
Ill further ordered that this t zl r8 "f s ''f )rr
| be publisheonce I each weekimr r
conxecutlveweeks In the ,
lord County Telegraph a n.w.- n
of general circulation pub-
si In said. County of BradfordBTVESH .
my hand and official
Ihls 2nd., day of April A. D

ilCIAL REAL) A*. J. Thomas \
1 Circuit Court. .

[ J. Henderson Esq., '>!>
|tor for plaintiff. ..... 4t 425IE

+ It IlllI>" )IM> COUNTY,
|lllll) '. IN CIIAMCKHV.
1 le J.ihnstone Smith,

at-W. Smith.


Kiohert t W. Smith whose resl1 -
1 unknown.

I are hereby required to ap-
Ito the bill of complaint filed
"n aaralntit you on or before
ay the 6th day of May, A. DIn .

: and further order ordered he published that this In 1 Drive the big., 1941 FORD! And you'llchoose

redford County Telegraph a 4
Taper" published In said e..unt)" i !
ractrord once each week forormecutlve STORY I

TNESS my weeks.hand. and official TELL THE eagerly this brilliant beauty .

thin 2nd. day of April A. D. '

ICIAL Circuit l SEAL Court) A. J. Thomas % that "Leads the Leaders" in IDE- ;

J. Henderson Esq ,
tor for plaintiff. .... 4t 421RDKIt I

OF Ptnt.lCATlOV: Ford. 11411E ,

'S'U.II'I'Ya.State u whose of are Florida residence hereby to notified Is Alma un. boa waV'l "e'ehoR,ylutton5p nne t aeby a let the most new car for )ywr mzi:: :y ,

5111 of .complaint for dIvorce fationsa ores
due affidavIt for this. order : ;: .ftercartran1l' : '
een J filed In the Circuit Court ... TRADE NOW !
.... _
rsclford _.
County, Florida In a .. __._'

I laintiff Wherein' and John Alma R. Douglas M. Doug-U Get. the facts and '.-...---.... --- --- -

the defendant and you are ..- We'll
give a
y required to appear In said ... you on your
the 8th
day of May. 1941
ord County Telegraph lI old car '

I i hated once as order the shall newspaper pub-In you'll' I I get t. a... WITH THIS + '

four ..
: weeks a week for con- COMPARE ; racth' You'll get a better value in a big 1941 4
Witness my and
the seal. adt Starke Florida, Shwine how, ngertlatLing: FORD BIGGEST of any car near its
n., of April A. D.iClAt. .

SEAL) A. J. Thomait t : pr1a Ct o:: gYgtet end longer price the car. with the sensational new a

t,,C' lcrUldl.t. Court....Bradford 4t 4-2i llbo dto /"- ::- RIDE r
;-;;;; / I'_
'RUFDrlCE S TO APPEAR ... Present low prices, can't last. Stop in to. ?
>"al. of Florida to Osten I
''*mowhose residence Is un- F O eIB'CG1..ctNTU R See and the y
Hut: You are hereby notified day try BIGGEST QUALITY

r8droredc'due "y'L"1' <:!?*In n">Plalnt"the for Circuit for this divorce Court order SPRIMG8ASE.t ::CUZER1-1 er.r boloroRpN6ER BUY in all the years of low-price value ';

I oun&yt. Florida,. In a uSettiiolARS ypESiCHEp SEATS than You'll this BIG
h wherein' Lula Belle Brendemo : Mdr DEEPER ,want }94l FORD '
S '
is plaintiff' and Osten Br.n- I SHOCt( ABSORAMtlsOfU a '
Lar 'y r.q"ulderdendant. and you are .;_ ,
e .ar In sail I 1 l
Iy on May 5th. 1941. Bradford $ / : : ;,
Telegraph 'is
''e.... designated as .
in which tnis order
be published' once a week for J
COna I \
prior to
r"lurn Wlia.s. f

"I..lal tKV Starke,my>I j I
j day of Marcb h..n"l
: .
l LICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas -
Clr. it *'O U I' t. B-fn -

17. Florida.-a 8-28 U11 ; J. W., ANDREWS JR. .

sUtR: OF PI; III.IC'A TIOl'l >
Stai.ol 1? APPEAR Starke Florida
.1.., Florida to Mary B.Kn .
n.'Yo hM '..''dene* Is un-
bill Vi" *.re hereby notified
:complaint top dlvo"e.
duo ;
ftAnalt! this order
hr.n fllpd; (n t bfor ult Court .

..01;.. 't 'V'. 'ter .

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ti APR 11 1941


I tilln \ Birthday Party Margaret Rose Duncan Masonic MeetingA gree work and a team .w
!:n .m:,& For Sandra Johns Wins Loving Cup regular communication of will 43rd (New England)

Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. AA.: put on the work
old Little Miss Margaret Rose Dun- An
S. Mission StudyThe Mrs. Duncan Entertains Sandra Johns, three-year daughter of M., will be held Monday, April bers are invited
High Noon Service W. S. C. Carl can three-year-old .
and Mrs.
daughter of Mr.
14, at 8 P. M. There will be de C. A
t Ladies' Auxiliary Mr and Mrs K. O. Duncan was Futch g
It At PresbyterianA book "Dangerous Opportunity Johna, was given a lovely birth presented a silver loving cup by t--, ._ ...-- .." ______
very Impressive service was -The Christian Mission In Mrs. K. O. Duncan was hostess day party Wednesday afternoonof the Success Portrait Company, -"

,held Palm Sunday at the Presbyterian will China be Today"-by studied the afternoons Earle Ballou.of Tuesday night to the Ladies last week,' by her parents at at the Rqosevelt Hotel- on March INSURANCE AND. BON A
their home on Water St. 29. Rose's picture was
Church following the the 15th, 16th. and 17th at 3:30: Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Margaret
regular morning worship i at o'clock In the Methodist Church. Church, at her home on N. Walnut A yellow and pink color scheme in the Baby Art Exhibit for 1941;
which the congregation of the Several ladles will take part St.Mrs was carried out In. every detail and in this art exhibit childrenof
cr h I Episcopal Church attended. It In thla Interesting program. All Charles had with gladioli and larkspur being Jacksonville and a number of HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
Turney charge
%P was the triple baptism conducted 'members of the W. S. C. S. are used for decoration In the living: surrounding towns were on dis
V_ :' by the Rev. Charles Allen and urged to be present, Mra. I. P. of the program, the subject being room and dining room. The arch play. It is quite an honor for
the Rev. Fred Yerkea Jr. Shepherd superintendent of the Korea and the American Indians, over the doorway leading Into the this charming little Starke girl Constant Service Over 50 Years
Mr. Allen, pastor of the Preat study class said. and assisting Mrs. Turney on the dining room was festooned with to receive one of the loving cups.
t A byterlan Church baptized Francis program were Mrs. H. H. Young yellow and pink crepe paper and -
l, a Leigh Durshlmer using the Presbyterian YoungfatTon's: CircleThe and Mrs. W. E Grono. the dining table was covered with CARON PAPER-8 1-2 x 11, Please Phone 146 Starke
order of service. Then Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, presidentof a lace cloth. 8 1-2 x 13: S2: per, box-BRAD
Mr. Yerkes, using the same formof Young Matron's Circle, the Auxiliary, presided over a Punch was served throughout FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
service, baptized Joy Sue, the Baptist ,W. M. S., will meet In abort business session and Mrs. the afternoon while the children
small daughter of Mr and Mrs the church annex: : Monday night, Charles H. Allen transacted her played on the lawn and at 5 o'
d Allen, after which he baptized April 14, at 7:30: o'clock. All duties as secretary.At clock they were invited into the
Carolyn Sue Morrow, using the members are urged to be present I the close of the meeting : dining room for refreshments.The .
} 'fir, Episcopal form of baptismal ser as matters of Importance will be Mrs. Duncan served a salad 1 dining table was centered bya
I vice. considered. course to her guests. large' birthday cake Iced In
ati yelow and pink; jonquils and pinkawr -
l rhaaB wit. h rlutntu fernS
Ti } Tf were- arranged ; ud' the cake. r

"; The children were served Individual .>. (I
{ cakes, topped with yellow
t V i t 1 1 1 "biddies" and pink rabbits and THE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE HAS
the ice cream repeated the chosen
colors. The favors were Easter
novelties Assisting Mrs.. JohnsIn MOVED TO ITS NEW LOCATION A T CALL F

serving were ,her sisters, Mr.
J. A. :Martinez and Mrs. Ed

About 25 little girls were invited

with enjoy, this lovely' party, COURTHOUSE AND WILL NOW BE KNOWN AS a

Family ReunionMr.

and Mrs David Kelly were .
hosts at a family reunion Sunday.
.L These present were Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Kelly and daughter, Corrine -
of Plant City; :Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Dox and daughter Louise,
Get a "flash o' these" Men! Your City; Mr. andJUrs.; ,Warren Kelly 4
and daughters.,Voncella and Shirley
of Starke,/ ,During the afternoon TO GIVE THE SAME COURTEOUS:: SERVICE IN
EASTER FURNISHINGSALL the young folks enjoyed an .
Easter hunt.

NEW numbers. Ties that'll sparkle up your collar]] line snappy- AlexanderDozierSaturday

looking Shirts classy Socks Sport Shoes Spring Suits. .
ll and Smart Spring Hats afternoon at 6 o'clock
John W. Alexander, of Hilly, La., We Invite You To Come I In And Inspect Our New Store

and Miss Marie Dozier of Ft. '.,
Myeia. were .united in marriageby 7'
the Rev. H. A. Spacer pastor 00-- ---e..r.; ,

of the Methodist Church. The .
ceremony took place at the parsonage "

iH ALVAREZEstablished and .the"ring ceremony of I ,EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV.
the Method I.C"itUal ,was used. .
Miss! Dozf; was an 'employe at

___ 1894 Starke, Florida Camp"Blanding, and .Mr. Alexander S. St. JOHN, Owner and Operatorv4
Is doing a/year's service In

. tL ;,'{ah::stationed-- at. .. .
*- t- 13lan
JIM"" ....

Buick SPECIAL 6 Scdanet $1006.White sidewall *

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F *d 2 llr.SSnlOS a

; '"'' ", 1 / ., Thurs., Fl" ., Sat, .April\
16-17-18-10. 31

On special occasions w. offer a I ft*

It..... 'advartiiad hara at low.r that

ragutar Ji.t pricai. But navar .1 t inch.
w h rock bottom prfcat at this i.1.l Somi

; I 3, of the cndy. pur. food, or otk.r
w t
I .item. a,. told at low price but not
on fh. one cent ul. plan. Hurry'IfI.'hBandll

Make your Power er 41 ., Finfold Gordo R:ad. 2 For 26

s "...."t, Rdodna. lubo .
Alco-Ilcx, for 26e
down In Hot W..M.r 2

os' you need itT t 25c .in ROY' Soap. Flakes 2 for 26C

25c Purest Castor Oil 2 for 26
: only'way'to get power out of more fuel mixture into your engine and I t
an engine is to I burn fuel In it. pouring. more horsepower out. r< : Medford JPapeterlc Ml 31 Antiseptic

And It wouldn't t You thus make sF'r' V.ry.... popular and a bio; Smart, comet for ...... or .0....... Solution
be smart to burn your power as your Supar-fattad for dry 24 ihaatt and. ."...Iope.. *
,.. ri
enough gas to develop a hundred-plus need it. You know the lift and life of .1 Hurry I IWNtlt An ifaptl avan whan' diluted '

horsepower all of the time _when It plenty-power when it'. wanted. q / i,? 3 ..... 2 for a 'Jd! reooua 2.for 28Cc. A aq,.t 2 for vet ,l

usually takes only a small part of that And such In bolt
you get frugal operation over 510
to give the Puretest Milk of
fr you performance you want. the whole range of your driving that Puretett Aspirin
two carburetors give as much 10 THEY LAST Magnesia Quid dapondabb r.H.flimpla hr
+ as % ** tir-
The sensible thing to do is to develop to 15% more mileage than the ', OM.SAU OMV TO A CUSTOM B...... h.. from diitfraaabta? achat and pain or s.lda
power as need it same Prlttcllla Stag Brushless/ }.af..
you -and that is oarthy
pre gff for Joe
cisely what'the engines once gave with one! i .. OOUCTs5 {ef OJ.C 2
Buick A reaolln
FIREBALL eight Soap ((6 cokai. In ,bo,,1 l lSi Skating Cream
_ with Compound Carburetionf does. interestingPWe ,or.u. catat In
think so too- Lt ,4 ? .mothar't."'pl., ..". of ,r.,,"- 34c tubs 2. for 40 Liggett' MiltsChocolate Symbol Water Bottle

As long alone of the especially now. day. OarWholatoma f. rda
two carburetors _I.. What a aavino; 2 boHlai
in this ++ 2De .I"... 60e I era 2 for Sic dalicloui' '1 candymado prlco of ana. Full 2 quart rice.
system will do the ''" ,f :
job, that is See your dealer 1 tit. with; pur |aoroIXALL 1'11
the only one that functions. A r.0CIK1 di..h. 2 for
and learn about WrMI THEY LAST ) QUALITY 2 for JOe A ItmoU ,,pay ,
FIREBALL design oar SAU ONiV TO A t CUSTOM Purefuf Rubbing

But when you need extra power extra and Compound 1lledrrd VellmmStationery Alcohol Rilcer'.II.soI Old fashioned flower

pressure on the foot throttle throws
Carburetion Face Ponder
an extra carburetor into action out / A handiomo .b oa.t.. Compound Giva your din, the c.,. llaiol It "
,feeding on the road. famou for. 61 io.a tono blaadingMiat
fl..ry. 3a 101"."
3t I;14 favorila ovarywharo wide to charm.OUIIN .
tSlight extra coat on Buick sing> ?. ihaali. :41 ."".Iop... bacawlo
SriciAt mod.l. finaly producad.
standard on all other .. alt
Seriea. *d/i1.d.tFG"t.. V.I. Frao of Irritating "'or. MXAU ouAirrr 2 for J1C > reeoucr 2 for

r IJ!) A/tieaulrgaipmrntadartrtr.rirrrxtrs.It.Statt tax tip- Jo. 2&'p4hbtx Sava.' 2 for 51CAX. v :,, q gi y q' 1 V8 v

l MB.ef.--; a(j: i'C i Ii, tkangt Priat mkjttt u>ir/i,.h./ ONC WtWJ SAlf THEY ONIV LAST TO A CUSTOM .*01 1 Toorcder; (t ..'. 3 39p Dental tube8 Creme Klenzo trot IAII ONIV S1 :+1

X"M.LA.; 01' OlHlAAL. MOTOAI VA1U1 ",t ,. ADKUNN I 1 Han valua that h valua. Enough '
j Many who want p_".' j. tooth patto to tait a |long tima.And M* *. r.rps
agyA claanrin oftan racommandad tv tha claantinq. ailra pl.antta..' .slay
by dantijtt moMill. all l.ka.HAMl j
REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY ; Powdar. Kpattck.( parfumo I. Try if.ti t ..1 .?,., I
U gayatti* imarratf'pack-* Vw

s Corner Madison and Walnut Streets Starke f d Va x GiN+
''ti:; 4WHIN Florida elm 110W IIUd. a.oouct t 1;, ifl, tASN A.Hw.Mw Y.M.r C..e 1/p al o.. Casa 0 '/

mm .ITTIR AUfOMOIIllS All tUIlT SUICK Will .UIID THiM AMrgie ttig pyj


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BITS LOCAL NEWS know that' they have returned Ernest J. Dowling, Jr., who 'la Mr. and Mm. R. A. Newsomhad Mr.. H. B. McLendon.nil' ; 4
r I to this vicinity and are occupying In the regular army and stationedat as their guests this week Mr. daughter Jeanette of Orlando. oj ";
the of Mm. W. J. .
cottage Epperson -
weeks with, Mrs. "
---- --- -- -- Los Angeles, Calif., Is visitingthis and Mrs. I. A. Tuller of Van are spending two "
B. Sewelllesday :Miss: Betty Ann Flynn spent Mr. at Kingsley Lake.. Mr. Max- week in the home of bin Horn, Texas; and Mr. and Mr*. McLendon' parents, Mr, and Mrs. "
W. and Mr E. L.
Mrs. !* well supervised construction of ,
and In Jacksonville. this week in Tallahassee with Mrs. H, B. McLendon, ------1 the' Armory and Legion Home mother, Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. B. C. Peddy of Miami. E. S. Matthew. ;,", i I' ,

Miss Marjorie Stump. Madge Middleton were here, and bas been placed In _.._-.. l-ll_i _J I.-.IIII- .- ,-..-----,-.-.--. ... -"_. ._ .... or_....-,.? I' 't 1'I
SA, C Durden, Mrs. C. C Jacksonville Monday charge of construction of theofficers' t
Mr. and Mrs D. G. Kelly and
Jimmy, of Tampa club at Camp Blanding. l
ind son daughter, Mamie, made business
a Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto r
were They also have a son in trainingat
yesterday and will spend trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. business visitors In Tampa Saturday the Camp. :
days at the home of Mr. being guests while thereof TRIANON L:
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Miss Lois Long, of Jackson Mr W. F Ritter. Miss Jean Davis'and'Mis" Mar- :
ilncald. ville, was a week-end guest of garet Pearce, freshmen at the
her mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward had Florida State College for Women,
as week-end guests their son and Tallahassee, arrived last eveningto Building & Supply Co. ;L:
Mr. and Mrs Bruce Davis and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. upend the Easter holidays, with .
4h children, of Arcadia, are guests C. Ward, of Marietta, Ga. their parents. ,' ,
today of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery nr
M: Davis. Miss Marian Dowling of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hadas Announces The Opening Of Its Lumber and Build, ,..,''r : r
sonville was the week-end
guestof recent guests Mr. Hutto's slaer \
Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and her twin sister, Helen, and of Mrs. C. F. Miller and her ing Supply Office At The Former Location of The .
children are spending this week her mother, Mrs. E. J. Dowling. husband, and Mr. and Mrs. "

in Jacksonville! with Mrs. Land- Charlie Miller of >Orangeburg, Starke Stave Mill at Oth I and Cherry Streets. '
drum's Col. D. E. Knight and I
parents. granddaughter S. C., and Mr. and Mrs Lee lie- ,
Miss Mary Beth Knight, Arthur, of Jacksonville.
Mrs. L. D. have returned from a visit to
home Monday night Vining after returned a visit Sarasota, Fort Myers and Miami. Miss Isabel Fernandez who Is We Offer To The Residents of Starke and The ;'

IIONEST-TO in Atlanta, Ga., with her mother, Miami. teaching: Spanish in the Woman's .
;.\1. HOME Mrs. W. L. Joiner College In Tallahassee, is expectedto Surrounding Community A Complete Service Including ; ,
tooDNESS Lt. T. K. McClane Jr.. and Lt. spend the Easter holidays here
IOOKED MEALS Mrs. Bertha Pearce, of the Ralph Cox, both now stationed at with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Fer Architectural Construction Material

--_... Bradford House, had as her Camp Livingston La., spent the nandez.
-- guests Sunday her sister, Mrs. G. week-end live with their respec-' Supply and Painting Services.. We Can Secure +
EPOT CAFE V" Phillips, of Lake City: and C. of C. Dance*

hlE S. A. L. DEPOT II I I Mr.Lakeland and Mrs. Jim Kennedy, of Ernest J. Dowllng Jr., has been Mra.. Evelyn Stephens. ; secretary F. H. A. Loans and Advise. You On Your Interior. ,' ." t ; { w

transferred: from Fort McDowell, of the Chamber of Com Decorating. We Will Be Glad To Talk With You
--- .. ,, Calif., to Fort I
-- -------- ) Barancas at Pen- merce, announced this' week that ;

TIME Guard sacola. artillery He is with the Coast the organization will sponsor About Your Construction Problems. I .,
fuN"p another dance at the Armory Fri. I
i day night, April 18. Ticket sale tt
5 IlI (1 Let Us Tune Up Your William F. Glover, Jr.? of Ther- I will be limited to officers and I
who The Best Grades of Lumber and ;
ssa has been a patient for citizens of Starke and the price We Handle Only
Old Motor And Maker the past six weeks in St. Luke's will be $1 a couple.J. .
Hospital, Jacksonville, with menIngitis Materials and Invite You To Inspect Our Stock; { ;
r ,% Run Like New. has been discharged from
the hospital. His father, Is an II. COURTMANCII We Carry Devoe & Raynolds Paints Made By
MOTOR BODYWORK attendant at the Hospital a t \VuU-h-.Maker & Jeweler

REPAIRING Camp Blanding. Over 9 Year. of The Oldest Established Manufacturers In The i '
Faithful Service To The
Mrs. Eugene McMlnchen, of People of Starke
Atlanta, Ga., arrived here Friday ,
.. ...t and is stopping with Mrs.. S. S eaat1
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volunteer Dowling. soldier Mr. McMlnchen stall Is at a LU? TRUSSES $3-g COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN OUR" y
Camp Blandl g'l, SERVICES. '

IN A CLASS BY ITSELF Tru... carefully end .uce...- ( '
Miss Margaret Pearce, who Is
fully fitted in stubbota CM*.. Phone 40 I' n
in attendance at the State College -
for Women at Tallahassee,

1FOBS.x will spend the Easter Holidays John F. Selle O. C. R. Stageberg ,
. with her mother, Mrs. Bertha
Pearce, at the Bradford House. Manager Registered Architect
Miss Edna Hutto of Jackson
W. P. Van Ness
r ,
TRV IT rooAyIT FREE.Send for, ville was the guest Friday nightof Koch Drug Store ..
QUA'tlTX mew dqitos booklet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. STAKKK:, FLA. ...., r I
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end recipe. S. Hutto. She was accompaniedback -
by her sister, Garnita Hutto -'
R.w L who spent the weekend in Jack-

sonville. 24\ :

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H: C. ..A+ ". ... 41 v :::. 1P
Maxwell will be interested to ,I S '\ ,

NEW METHOD CLEANERS "i. -I..... ..........1' ,. ...
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115 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. PERSONIN 'i


Evry'May or June brld will thrill to met time at the tab!. with lor*,J on**. i

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: anc.,.'But-shell thank you ....n mor. you are a brld in 42 oc wren .
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Lots of folks go through .life< ft. .. whnjth. last of the 'wdding rice has in '24 switch to the modern adran- .
Q wearing the wrong size ohoe. 3! disappeared.. tags of Uctric table cookery. / if
You wouldn't think of wearing a
For then .h.i1 know that the us* of tabl. t 'I
hat too small, so why your shoe SaturdayNight is m\i
Next time for a change, I let the cookry appliances with chap Florida:

hoe> salesman measure your foot Power 4 Light Company lctricity is

and fit you correctly. !! 'happiness ln uranc.**. """

Illfll sure make a difference, I
betchs.ln Sh.'U '.IIJoy} to the 'lulUst YO9ift of ill YOUR DEALER
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Trianon Building & .I .0- -" -.- -,_ .... .. .. .. .... .' ""' .. .. .... ... "' ._n'" .... _,_ _r_'_ '" .. ._. .. ....- ... -" ..... .. -' Starke Auto Supply'Go Denmark FUrnil

Supply Co.A ahead smash a fender, strip Company

your gears or bust a wheel, you
has opened In How Well Do You Starke? The
A firm that Just Know can get any and all replacementparts John H. Jenlll&l\

Starke and one that Is a wel- from Vincent S. St. John, niture Company has bttt ,I i

come addition to the business life I .._ _.._ _.__. owner and manager fo The Starke fishing good house
... ,
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---- -- "'- - --- - -'--' Auto formerly known !,1bh 1
Supply, as
u; of the town Is the Trianon Building to the people of ;
The Western Auto Associate this locaU
+ and Supply Co., located on Starke Dry Cleaners Carpenter's Rexall Store. Mr. St. John has lived In the past 15 years '

the site of the old Starke Stave & Laundry"Gone Drug StoreWhen Florida for 22 years and boughtthe for the home" has always gveT!'

'! Mill, and operated by W. P. Van- RULES OF CONTESTFirst business he now operates sold upon convenient

Ness; O. C. Stageberg John F with the wind" Is the you step Into Carpen about 2 years ago from R. J. mark's has '7H
old fashioned horse car, the one- ter's Rexall Drug Store, you can Davis. He has been identified alwaYs j ,
,,4 Selle; and Paul T. Belle. Hand- horse shay, the kerosene lamp Prize $3.00 Second:,Prize $2.00 get exactly ,what you want when with the automotive trade since medium priced furniture T.,
full line of building ma- for this modern store five "
y ling a and the old-fashioned "wash-day. you want It, 1909 thus Is thoroughly familiar stores, but, for thOle
terials, lumber and paints, they That back breaking, youth destroying carries regularly In stock fifteento with the business from A to Z. desire and appreciate '

feature a complete building ser- task Is and should be, a To.the readers who send In to the Bradford County Telegraph twenty thousand items. This The name of the firm has been furnishings for !th.

vice for private and commercial thing of the past. If the men by April 16, B o'clock p. m., the best answers to the store has faithfully served th
,., types of construction, also mill folks had to do the family wash questions contained in each story appearing here, we will award public for over forty years. The of merchandise will be handled, manager of the ,

work, for they operate a full ing just once we feel certain prizes totaling $5.00: The answers should be written. The business was originally started 1 in although The Western Auto merchandise store will arrange to lake

time mill plant. Mr. StagebergIs they would quickly find a phone I awards will be made on the basis of accuracy, neatness and 1900 by Isaac S. Levy, where Tho will still be stocked. The customer to their warehOilll

a registered architect of 'long and call the Starke Dry Cleaners promptness. There's no catch or trick to it; just obtain the Denmark Furniture Company 1 Is new store is now occupied and Jacksonville where
and has designed several & Laundry "to come and<< get it." now located. In 1905 J. M. offers I all\ 'runt
experience correct answers from the merchants or Individuals herein far better facilities for Is received
i of the new construction projects The Starke'Dry Cleaners and Mitchell bought the business from direct from the.
named write them serving the
down bring or send them to the office of rapidly increasing manufacturers
and fine homes in Starke. Laundry can do It better, because Mr. Levy. In 1913 D. P. Carpenter the firm bun,
The Bradford County Telegraph and for the best replies awards business that has resulted from and is sold
make it their business to work' for Mr. at prices
they came
U able to provide thll
company will be names the recent "boom. The
made. The of the winners will next Fri publicIs
surprisingly low
for F. H. A. loans, and take over all day, all week every Mitchell. He stayed "on the job" Became ,
cordially Invited to and
day in The Bradford County Telegraph at which time the stop are five stores
entire responsibility for construction week of the year. Efficient, and in 1936 purchased the store. firm
the awards be called for at the Remember shop at the new store and Inspect in carload lots
from the making of modern methods, with an averageof may Telegraph office. Mr. Carpenter was graduated the and puSSes, ,1
merchandise that
plans, thru the financing and construction 7 rinses in soft water, and be sure to have your answer in to the Contest Editor by 5 from The Southern' College of being new unpacked. Find outWhatare is now the resultant saving to their.

to landscaping and Interior the purest of soaps, actually o'clock p. m., April 16. Pharmacy In Atlanta in 1918. He the 3 most popular automotive tomers. S. G. Denmark '
decorating advice. The prolong the life of your clothes is assisted in filling prescriptionsby items been with the 01 ganlzatlo,
being at this season
y, highest grade materials are and they come back snowy white V. E. Howard, also a regis- | the past ten years and htl|
tt handled at reasonable prices. Find and sweet smelling. Junius .M. tered pharmacist, As the oldest : of this long: experience cat i
S. R. Johns & Son Florida' Bank At
out-What nationally known line Smith, owner of this business, I drug store in Starke this establishment vise and assist everyone u

of paints do they carry? Is giving to Starke residents a When. we sit down to a meal, I Starke I lives up'Its slogan, "The W. T. CluteIt choosing of furniture for '
first class laundry and cleaning family drug store." Stocks have room or a complete home ri
we like know that all food has is a well known fact
to out-Why is It
TheatreFar service His equip merit and increased 30 to 40 percent in recent advantaptJ
Park methods are up-to-date and dur- come from a store that has the Many people seem to have the I months, with new merchandise communities develop 1 n direct buy at Denmark's' 1

away lands entice and interest ing the 10 years he has operatedthe reputation for honestly serving. idea that a bank is "A pretty I. being constantly received. proportion to the foresightedness
of ua do business It has increased in the Find out-How many prescrip- and aggressiveness of the real Guidon
Most public and selling reputable Grill
everyone. cold pro p o s I tlon, consisting estate operators. We have
both departments. Today he em- tions have been filled thIs
"the wherewith" or the at store
not have foodstuffs at prices that are fair mainly of steel vaults, marble example of this fact with Mr.
and Is Did
15 asset ever
rambling around the ploys people an since 1900? I you experience
time to go to all. The firm of S. R. Johns William T. Clute who has
world, but-we can go to the to the town. Find out-How walls, stacks of coins and green- been thrill and satisfaction of 11

Park Theatre relax for a couple many gallons of water are used & Son hall earned an excellent backs, carefully guarded by stony Cook's Grocery Identified with the real estate 1, welcome, the, happiness of i au
. + of hours while the camera unfolds in a normal week? reputation during the time It has faced men. Nothing could be i I knows Florida for over 25: years and tlve service with delicious

,r interesting panoramas of been serving the public of Starke. A grocery store that has shown values through cooked food? Of course, we t>
the world at large. The Park Leila's Beauty Salon Carl Johns, who recently pur- farther from the truth. Yourbank the most unusual growth 1 n and i Instrumental through. Mr. Clute has been you have, because praciin

Theatre opened February 6th, in chased the entire business, be- is a business establishment Starke is Cook's Grocery. Lo- in securing homes every resident of Starke hu ,

their complete new building "Where are you going my lieves in a square deal to all and whose management desires t o cated on Highway 13, this business for hundreds of families duringthe ready eaten at the Guidon Or
pretty maid?" "To Leila's Beauty has' believed In was started in small time he has been in the real whose slogan Is "Service
,f which was personally designed by always sincerely serve you the same as any mer- a very Ti
Salon, Sir," she said. Then witha back in 1932 estate business and now has Best. Jim Forest, the
the owners, W. N. Carnaslon, who giving each customer his money'sworth cantile establishment. A bank way and was knownas proprta
comes from Frostproof, and Sam toss of .her pretty head anda with the best of service Cook & Sons. The space occupied some of the finest properties hall, been associated with then

K, StratoB. formerly of Lakeland. blush on her cheeks like poppies with It. This business was pur- must show a profit on most by the store has been increased listed for Investment purposes taurant business for 33 yean E

Both of these gentlemen have red, she tripped up the chased by S. R. Johns in 1917. transactions It 'cannot remainIn over 4 times that of the that have ever been on his books. came to Starke from Dajt

bought their own homes here and street for one of those bewitching at that time the business was business 16' serve the com- original store which Mr. Cook Many people believe the Starke Beach where he had been In t
i permanents that are ao expertly munity at large.' The Florida "boom" has inflated values. This ness for 20
have become permanent residentsof mainly feeds and bulk groceries. described as being "a hole in the years. The Grid
Starke. They have investedover given at Leila's.' This 1 Today, while still carrying a com- Bank at Starke, with assets of wall." The stock originally was is not'the case, Mr. Clute says. Grill was opened December 1

$45,000.00 In the New Park shop was originally established plete line of feeds and fertilizers over a million dollars, Is a mem- valued at $425 and now inventories Good properties can be purchased there ia a seating capacity i

Theatre and will feature first about 10 years ago by Pearl Man- Johns store carries everything in ber of Florida National Group of at approximately $8,000.00. right now for less than they 93: people and regular emplo)

+ run pictures in Starke from now ning and was then known as the food line. There is a most Banks and the Federal Deposit When asked for the reason this could be built. Values here are !Is given to 16 people. Mr, ..
Pearl's Beauty Shop. Mrs. Leila Insurance Corp., whose com food on a sound basis. Mr. Clute offers has given to Stai'ke
on. The Theatre has a seating complete meat market and re- store had grown in such an a first L
capacity of 631 people. The comfortable Mundy bought the shop six anda cently new fixtures and cases blned resources are over $90,000.- amazing manner, Earl Cook replied a complete building: service restaurant and many people i
I Heats, the attractive appointments half year's ago. Two years have been Installed. For these 000.00. The local bank openedfor it was primarily due to con and can supply the lot, the loan not realize that the Invests

fixtures and decorations ago, all new fixtures and equip- reasons the store has grown, business in March 1937. The ducting a cash business. He believes I for the building and will supervise of the grill Is 18000. Mr For

J, are modern and restful. The ment were added when the shop keeping its country trade and I officers are W. B. Sewell, Pres., that by operating a busi- ; the construction.' Mr. H. A. buys all the foodstuffs he i

;c park Theatre, Is "your theatre." was moved to the present lo- adding town customers. .Carl I P. A. Brinson, Vlce-Pres., S. L. ness of this type, the paying cus- .McKinnon is salesmanager and locally. He specializes In
cation. Today eight operators are Johns Peek, cashier,.and Dorothy White, Miss Beryl Holland is secretaryof foods the
Any suggestions you may have who has been City Clerk tomer is saved what the mer although menu !inch
required to handle the ever increasing since asst., cashier: The deposits ,and the organization. Find out- almost of food
relative to films you desire to 1932 has vastly! improved chant doesn't lone on bad bills, every type
'r' see will be welcomed by the man business In addition toMrs. this store Find out-What are resources hare increased over there are never any hard feelingsand How many thousands of dollars most reasonable prices, too.

agement. Find out-What pictures Mundy the staff consists of the 2 most called for items In 100 percent, since Camp Blending by the merchant receiving worth of property Is now listedat out-Why this Grill Is n

will be shown next week? Ruby Johns, Eleanor Coulett, the store? opened and 'Increased facilities his money at once he can buy in thIs office? "Guidon"?
Alma Edwards, Irene Bennett are available now to handle the larger quantities and thus save .

H. C. Wall Agency, Lois Florence Elmore Bonneau., Helen McKenzie'All are and expert Alexander'' & Co. large result volume from the of business large number that will bf people the customer of Starke money.have found Country these For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local)

Expedience haa long ago taught graduate operators. This For over a quarter 'of a cen- people who 0 are and will make facts to be true, and the store, asa Ford Dealer At The Ford Garage, Located

most of ua that "It Is better to shop features, the' Eugene' and tury, 23 years to be 'exact, Mr. Starke their permanent place of result, is enjoying an ever increasing One Block South of
residence. Find out-What S. A. L. Depot
be safe than sorry." Regardless Padol machlneless permanentsand L. B. Alexander has successfully are business. Earl Cook

of who we are, a vital factor that sells the Monlque line of cosmetics. operated a dry goods and clothing the total resources of this bankas purchased the entire business overa

will invariably affect our lives Is Find out-What are 2 store buslnesg. He began In 1915In per the last published statement year ago. Find out What kind

insurance. Learn to know and reasons for the popularity enjoyed Waldo, which store he'still ? _. .. .fr. of gasoline Is sold here? J. W. ANDREWS JR.

i consult regularly with your Insurance I 1 by this shop TLacy operates. In 1935 he opened his 1 ,

counsellor, lie Is a very I store in Starke and since then Starke Ice Co.Ice J. P. Robert's MotorsNo Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years
important "cog" in the machineryof ConwayAnd has more than doubled the space
today's business life. The he first occupied. Doing a gen- pure, clear, clean ice, Is one can "Dodge" the fact Phone 118
Harold C. Wall Agency, "Insures now we come to the story eral dry goods, and clothing busi nature's own refrigerant. Ice that ever since 1914 the name STARKE FLORIDA |

Everything" and is a..good firmto of a man who nerves a two-fold ness. Mr. Alexander long ago supplies the necessary moisturefor "Dodge" has been synonymous

know and do business with. duty to those people who travel adopted as his slogan "We sell keeping all foods fresh and with good automobiles. Even

The late C. L. Peek started an whether It be for business or for I S I for less" and has always maintained crisp. Silent, trouble-free, always today, some of the first Dodge

agency In 1887, later It was sold pleasure. We mean of course, this Idea. lie features cold and quickly available for cars are still in service and \

to 'J, R Davis, and at his death Lacy Conway, who will sell youa such nationally known merchandise sudden emergencies, ice Is supplied "clickln 'em off" on all four

left to hla son R. J. Davis who bus ticket for anywhere In the as Friendly Five shoes for both to stores and homes cylinders just as evenly aa the 'rHRInIJ

took in as a partner A. J. country. But If you' have your men, Natural Bridge and Tarsal dally to hundreds of customers day they left the factory. The ;

Thomas. Another agency organized own car he will fill it with Treads for women, Red Goose In Starke and vicinity by the 1941 models are now on displayat

by H. C. Richard and Amoco gas and send you on your shoes for the kiddies No Fade Starke Ice Company. W. L. Wall J. P. Roberts Motors. Mr.

later sold to Joe E. Wilson. and way a-winging. For this reasonwe shirts, Chesterfield Hats, Gold established this, business 34 years Roberts, agent for Dodge and

In turn sold to his nephew H. C. say he fills a dual need ofStarke Stripe Hose and other merchandise ago. In the early days the plant Plymouth cars, has been In the Do Your

Wall combined 15 years ago with I residents. Lacy Conway that is well known. Manyof was run by a steam engine and automotive business in this area Trading

the original Peek Agency to form hall been selling bus tickets in us seem to think that we have Ice was made from distilled for the past 17 year The pre- ''
the business as It Is today. Exceptional Staike since 1925. He became to "go out of town" to secure water. Today the ice is made: ent agency was> opened ,February1st .. where' 6 pieces Rogers Silverware V

service Is the factor the bus agent in 1936. On March our merchandise needs. This Is from water from their own well of this year right after the given away with every $40 in trade

that has been responsible for the 18th, 1938 he moved to his pres- not the case at all, Alexander and the 'plant la operated by a new building was completed. or certificates..'

long life of this business. The ent location and opened his gas & Company sell exactly the same Diesel engine. There have been There Is over 5000.00: In new Are Redeemed

agency represents 20 companies, station. Truly, Mr Conway lathe things as do the large Jax stores many Improvements in the man- equipment In the shop, there are In Cb It SMITH'S GARAGE

all old line stock companies some motorist's friend. During and in many cases for less money. ufacturing of Ice and today the ten local people regularly em- You Choose

of which have been represented f In the years he has- been serving Try''' shopping here it will pay Ice made by this plant is aa clean, ployed and complete service ,of STARKE FLORIDASUPPLIES

this office for 20 years. Starke the traveler,, Mr. Conway has you. Find out-Why has this clear and pure as any to be every kind Is offered such as

residents are fortunate In having sold thousands of tickets and store been so successful? found In the state. Mr. Wall operates body work painting, repairingand
this' fine firm to serve them. with each ticket a smile of good two trucks for delivery motor work. This firm has

Find out-What 11th e oldest cheer to send the traveler on his Green's Store service -and has space for cold one of the new'Bear wheel alignment -

company represented by this 1 way. Mr. Conway has facilities storage. Mr. Waifs business is machines, thus scientifically

agency? for the bus station, waiting Regardless of rank wealth or one of the oldest Industries In aligns front, wheels, a service

rooms etc., and has the reputation position when meal time ,comes Starke. Find out-What Is the most necessary for the new high

Eue..Acid cause* i for selling as many round around we all desire and enjoy capacity of the plant? speeds that the modern cars are
FREE I't uP.fn.of Stomach : trip tlcketa'as most any agent In good food. The average family capable of maintaining' Find out

VIe.,.( lndige.tlon ; the Florida Motor Lines. Find necessarily purchases food every A. M.." Darby's -What Is the' delivered price in I
out-What U the farthest ihii I IIII
Bloating.CM,Heartburn,Belching pointto day and. with so many places Starke of the 1941 Dodge sedan?
Pat. *..*.c.t a fm MmpU of UDCA which he has sold a ticket? for the hard-earned dollar to go Statistics show that the "life"

w mad a Free InUrMting booklet at It Is only natural that all of ua of the aVerage grocery store f Is Morgan'sEstablished

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE SUtrunk & CompanyYou must be on the lookout for those but three years, the owners fail .

stores that feature quality foods Ing In business) at the end of this I over' 40 ago
will "crow" too about your at the most attractive prices period., It must be that moat of by the late John W. Morgan

New poultry and live stock if you feed Green's. Store was established us think we can buy a few fix "Morgan's" is a pioneer business LAWN' MOWERS Stock Up at This
a them
exclusively on Purina Feeds
Modern over 20 years ago and was op tures a few cans) of this and that of this locality and one of the Special $7.95.
as sold Sistrunk Feed
by & Seed
erated by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. and open up a successful grocery oldest firms to be- In. continuous !
Store. This Is 4-TINE Offering
Sanitary a true "de Green FORKS' Huge
until September 1934 when store. Such Is not the case this operation here. SInce the deathof
Expert partment store" for the farmer. the business was sold to Mr and highly competitive business requires Mr. 4 Special $1.40GARDEN
Morgan Mrs.
years" ago tar
They handle feeds and alsoa need
leeds. Mrs. L. No matter what
Barbers Green. The new unusual ability and judged Morgan has operated the store you
line of hardware
groceries owners have added feeds an ment. You have to be on the HOES
personally, although she baa always gardening this year.
and are agents for the well knownServel 75c'' your
For Quick Service Visit The kerosene fertilizers, put In new fixturesand job early and late, know where been active In the business; Special at
refrigerator that nee
enlarged the store and what to and mistakes you'll save by buying
la space con buy, no Mr. Morgan built this store many STEEL SPADES
STARKE BARBER becoming so popular In districts of
SHOP siderably. There are five em allowed. A. M. Darby's I a
where electricity Is not years ago. It was the post of- Special $1.50 this sale. Take advantage
..-.-.-.-.. available. Sistrunk'a ployees. The business has been Starke' oldest 'grocery store fice location for many years and <01
Is owned
and built on the principal o( personal under one name having been as such was a land' mark in BROOM 'RAKES your chance and stock up
operated by Mr. G. M. Sis-
Our Beauty Service trunk his Bon Joe Slatrunk and attention to every customer, established in 1902 by the late Starke. Mrs. Morgan baa one of Special $1.00 all gardening supplies!
hla honest weights and all merchandise A. M. Darby, and now under the the largest stocks and widest
Insures of daughter Mrs C. A. Futch.
e you While this sold at prices as low or management of his son Morganand variety of newspapers and mag ALADDIN LAMPS
present store was
always looking opened In 1935: the Sistrunk family lower than elsewhere. The meat Charles Darby. This storehas azlnes to be found In towns far

your best has lived here and been department carries the finest f In always been a quality store larger In population than Starke. BOUDOIR TABLE.
We have real In, business In this locality active meats a delivery service la maintained featuring the .beat In food stuffsat : This store doell' not feature "stdelines" Was $2.00 Now $1.55 I I Was $4.00 Now J2.W
skilled L and you can shop at all times. Darby's still haveat but adheres) to the policy
styliststo 1 since 1898 almost
do tury This--up to date store a cen-fori Green's by telephone with all least 50 families dealing with of stocking every popular magazine We Have A' Complete Line of Everea your I I assurance that will them
you get the regularly who patronizedthe and that Is In
i the farmer .Ia 'completely stocked newspaper
work I' with modern merchandise, feeds beet known Find line of out-What nationally store back in 1902 when demand. Hundreds of the sol- Flashlights also Davis High Quality paints
canned goods does kerosene was used for light andhone
STARKE BEAUTY and aeedw, at moderate prices this diers 'at the camp are enabled to
I SIiOPPELocated There Is no need to shop out of feature? and wagon for delivery.They keep In touch with their bometown
town for feature Monarch canned news because Mrs. Morgan
Near East Door of your farm requirements. Typewriter and BRADFORD CO.
They are all here. Find xMIng machineribbon goods and Birds Eye frozen foods. obtains their newspapers for HARDWARE
Courthouse available\ also other office
out-What are the\ most supple* out-What are the 3 be.teellinC them. Find out-What are'' the
popularee's for sale at the
at this season? \ Telegraph office".Bradford County line! items in the Bird Eye two most popular magazines being J: B. CARLISLE, Owner
oU at this time?


FRi 11941 1 t
BOATDRAIN HAMPTON \ THERESSABy Dickenson were transacting business -. aUvea In Klaelmmee. r'Ii

AROUND LAWTEY By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffla By Mrs.. M. W. Morrow Mrs. A.L. SuIUvaaG. In Starke Tuesday The Rev and Mrs. a A. Warren i
Mrs. Mary
of Lacrosse I "
Mrs. L. R. Lambert has '
With ,Ruby '''Moore I Harvey Galney Is visiting DKEDS BEING SECUREDT. M. Bennett spent Tuesday turned to her home I' friends in Plant City this week. C. Chastain, County Com- night here with his daughter.Mrs. after a visit of several days with Mrs. Lovett of Hampton visited : :

CANDLELIGHT SERVICE I'I R. E. Jones of Bethel was missioner from District Four reports C. Sullivan. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan' Sunday l t'ii" j;
lIEETS1R..o visiting Harvey Calney last Friday of
J. Wynn
'. S. The good progress In securing Mrs Cora Edmonds was a May. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Lawtey Baptist Church !
TEAR an- night. right-of-way deeds for the new Hampton were visitors her Sat j
;: society of Chrlervice nounces a Candlelight Service visitor to Live Oak Saturday. She Mrs. Thornton Johns and chil 1,,1< ,\
Women a I I Mrs. Ida Chase was visiting Hampton-Camp Blandlng high urday night
Tuesday after- for the evening of April 12 at was accompanied homo by her dren of Hampton spent Wednesday ''I I it ;
met Mrs. W E. Green after- ,
Sunday way. This la the road which is daughter who the Frank Kelsay left Wednesday : : i
Patsy spent
of Mrs. Cath- the usual church tour. This service with her mother, Mrs. Lydia ,:
the home to through Hampton and Is training at /h i
week-end here. for a year's military ;
G. W. on Easter Eve will noon.Mrs.
Bare with Mrs. conclude I Eugene Griffis spent the of great Importance because It Is Hall.Miss Camp Bla-.dlng., Frank was the !". !j
vice-president pre- the Holy Week services con-' Mrs. Cora Sullivan and Mr. and Minnie Swindle of Jack t +
first week-end In Jacksonville with the direct route, to the south first boy from ,this neighborhood .'l i
Mra Joe Sullivan oC Waldo
ducted by both Lawtey churches. sonville was visiting her parents, t ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and west This step .securing rl ht- to volunteer his services to Uncle ;",:t ,'I ,
with Holy Week services were held visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mra. S. R. 'Swindle recently -
was opened of-way deeds, Is Importantone him pl.aa- --, Pi; .
meeting at Grace Methodist Church was accompanied home by her ary Mr. and ,Mrs. R. C. Dampier Sam and we wish a
ding of the Slst Psalm andfollowed Wednesday and Thursday- parents, Mr. and Mra. P. B. Pre- because no road can be spent the week-end with relatives Mr, and Mrs. A. J, Jones of ant year while In training. \\l i! ,
by the regulare evenings and were conducted by vatt, who will spend several days started until virtually every pieceof In High Springs. Fltsgerald Ga., were guests of Sunday School Is ,, held every f.' :,

meeting: the Pastor, Rev. Herbert Hazzard. here with relatives.J. property necessary for the Jack Sullivan was a visitor to Mr and Mr. C. Sullivan recently. Sunday afternoon at '3:00: o'clock "i"" \
ien members were present D. Odom was visiting C. A. highway has been deeded to the Starke Tuesday.W. Mr. and Mrs. Jones were on their at Hope Church. Everybody Invited !t"
T. Witt, formerly ofhie. Mrs. Bynum Perkins of Ralford Grlffls Monday morning.C. state. attend.,1"\, ;;
Irs. J. S. Sibley and Mrs. J. P. way home after a visit with rel to It
Tenn.. and now a resit was a Sunday visitor at the A. Grlffls and Zenas Griffis WELCOME NEWCOMERS ;.j,--f":,

$, Lawtey, was a guest at home of Mr. and Mrs. W.' C. were In Gainesville Monday aft- Hampton has received two new ,'l, ""I 1,
Wooten. ernoon on business. I
irn I'I'i'
jeetlns. families as a result of a recent '
sandwiches ands Mrs. David Misses Mildred .and Margaret I ; : i
Milan tea, W. Moore and Earlirie double wedding. Sergeant andM.'s. f
Morrell and of f
during the Miss Prescott .1 .f '
served daughters Caroline and
were /' R. A. Clark and Tec. Sergeant )
Lake Butler and N. A. Morrellof ;\
hour which followed the Betty Moore, spent Saturday aft and Mrs. Frank J. Hen- !." il
iss meeting. ernoon In Jacksonville looking Ebro wore visiting Mr. Morrell's dricks are now living In the Silver '\r:fl' 1 1r
daughter, Mrs. W. E.: Green, }
for Easter toggery.Mr Lane Apartments and Hampton 1 ..,, ,
BARLEY,. JR. Saturday night. \
lJBARD A. Hubbard Har- and Mrs Joe Harrell, Jr., welcomes them. Mrs. Clark Is ,'...: 1 I
| and Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. J. B. McDonald, from Valdosta, Ga., and before I I :
the birth of a son EVERGREEN ; ," )
nounce and Miss Grace McDonald her marriage on March IS was t
were IZLA 1 L PJ '
Iv April 4th. The baby has By Mrs. F. A. Rosier { "
Hubbard Harley the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ury Miss Ruby Mllly. Her husband ':' i iI
named A. Sapp of Lake Butler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Otis Chesser and Sergeant R. A. Clark la Staff I .' .

Miss Pauline Falrcloth spent children of Glen St. Mary spent Sergeant at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. \, : ]'
I Fred Martindalea Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks Is from DeFunlak ":/':;; i
and Mrs. Russell Redding. Springs and was the former Miss 'J i
lie and Nelsoner Mrs. G. D. Falrcloth of Lake taI I :
ck son v i Butler. Misses Dottie and Jewell Griffin Marrietta Padgett Mr Hen- I 1
of Lakeland were guestse returned Saturday from Jack dricks Is Tee. Sergeant at Camp iMyt !I Ir I
of Mr. and Mrs.H. .
home sonville after spending the past Blanding. I I
Hill this week. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREET- : I
two weeks there. L ','I V
of Jacksonville INGS to Miss Lou
s Bee Cady Mary Mr and Mrs. Herbert Normanof "I.
(visiting friends In Lawtey Rosier, and all the other Lawtey New River spent Sunday here MRS Mrll.VlIson JOHNS IIONOIIKD: I -j
and Mrs
folks who celebrated a May :
fey.f. with Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. Minnie 1, :
Marciony were hostesses
this '
and Mrs. Nell Elder and birthday past week.HIGHLAND and Mra. Thea Brannen. Tuesday afternoon at'a miscel- ,,, ;fM I
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. ',,'
and Miss Mary Roster spent Sunday laneous shower honoring Mrs L. '
Imer and children attended with Mu.- Lee and Jewell \
G. .
Johns Jr., at the Hampton ,: :f '
official flag raising at Camping By Miss Beth Wtmberly Pringle. Civic Hall. I
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddingand About 33 guests were invitedto "Ji'
and Mrs. A. M. Lewis and Harold and Alvin Crews of son were visiting Mrs. Jean be with Mrs. Johns who .
Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Starke visited their grandfather, Gasklns Saturday night. priorto ':
her marriage was Ruth Ella ,
le, Mrs. J. T. Witt, .and Mr. F. M. Crews, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morganand Bowers of Starke. After a social "I .1,p4 j>.

IMrs. David W. Moore were Henry Carter of luaxvUle wasa daughters, Roesha and Bertie, hour refreshments were served by JACKSONVILLE ; ii,
visitors at Camp Blanding visitor here Monday. recently visited Mr, Morgan's sister the hostesses. .f
|ay. Robert Crews of Starke visited Mrs. Mattie Nasworth, who and y, ;'[:N".' ,

88 i Beverly Cady spent Thurs- relatives here .Monday. Is In the Alachua ,County Hos METHODIST CONFERENCEThe TALLAHASSEENow ''I. ;
In i Jacksonville on a pre-Eas- Mr. and Mrs Louis Hill of Lawtey fourth and last quarterly ( i
JackMnvllle try
pital.Mrs. Florida Motor Line offers THROUGH and DIUECT service to ,
bopping trip. and N. B. Blocker of Lake- .., Horace Redding spent the conference of the conference year
and Tallahassee without change. Conveniently-Imp departures you
|r. and Mrs. O. B. Plummer land were here Sunday. week-end In Starke visiting her of the Waldo Charge will be held business : U
to leavo In the morning, do .stamping or la either city, and return
: your
children Linda Gene Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knightand In Wjaldo 13. The
their brother, W. H. Andrews.Mr April preach- I flrn t
In the evening. TWO departure Kottw and: returning. ,
| Phillip Ray spent Sunday children of Maxvllle were and Mrs. Calvin Morgan ing service will be conducted by '.
faclllU fhBve been offered In this city. (
relatives In Lawtey visitors here Sunday. and children of Glen St. Mary Dr. Hardin and the conferencewill such transportation : I "I!
Little Miss Barbara Moore,. Mrs. Wimberly and Miss Beth spent Sunday here with relatives. be held after the service LEAVE EASTROUND.l:; .'....._____.... IJllO I'. M. Mid ISICO'P MvLEAVK "i".,,

titer of W. Fred Moore reed -, Wimberly visited at the home of'I Mrs. Bill Spears and childrenof WESTBOUND _______.... ,.'rX4.______ 11:20 A. M. and 8JO P.. M;.. :IX
last Friday from a alxits Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green near Ralford spent last week here Mrs. L. A. Johns and daughter, *TACLAHASSEB IZ.Z8 One WCONWAY'S 'f''
+ JACKSONVILLE $.60 One Way ,
visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.Ice .'I I Lawtey Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs Thea Brannen. Marlon Claire, Barbara Horne,
Boyer of Tampa. C. M. Grlffls was a visitor to Mrs. G. ,P. .Wadsworth Jr., and A''{
Jacksonville Monday. children, Mary Catherine and SERV1CS>STATION

Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning were Jerry, returned Saturday from Comer Road IS A Road 48 eltoneif4'LjtJ\ Alike> FUl l .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR In Starke Saturday. an eight-tour day tour to Preston : ,
My Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render Mrs. Lena Mosley and childrenof Ky., where Mrs. Johns visited ,f
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ,Maxvllle were visitors here her mother, Mrs. S. V. Johnson.Mr. .

MODERATE PRICES Monday. and Mrs. George Small and e s r"i ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly "
C. JONES daughter Irene visited Mrs.'Ethel '' :
.DeWITT,Stark,,Florid and Mrs. N. T. Green of Starke Jones last Saturday and Sunday i I 1'1'I '
visited relatives here Thursday. Mr Small la considering movingto !

Hampton to make his homer +
4 h e -. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Norwoodof
Mayo have moved to Hampton. EVROLETi : 7
When there's breathing
h: 'e a : They are living In Miss
Barley's home. Mr. NorwooM Is .
ti" ,' t* # ae'e ,

- L ,> 7 spell. pause and working Miss from Eloise at Camp Jacksonville Pickren Blanding.has where returned R Presents Great Spring Y

she had been the guest of her ? '

t1 s :: slater Miss Francis Taylor has returned -
to her home In Hampton 1
after a visit with relatives In

Tampa.Sweeney Mrs. ,Evelyn Mrs. W.May C., Kammererof Mrs May of the worldSeadln# ricedcars ; 4''

John Gainesville Philadelphia Leavitt Monday.'were, Pa., visitors and Mrs In Ay tAe wor/Js lea d nor motorcar ui/Jer

Mr. and Mrs! Ben Williamsand

children who have an apart-

ment at Mrs. Minnie Marclony'.,
r were visiting friends at Cherry
3. Lake recently.

Mr. and Mrs. W N. Brown
were visitors in Starke last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W C. Kammererof

Philadelphia I Mrs. May sssre ri in ? {
Sweeney, and Mrs. Evelyn May .f r a
were visitors In Jacksonville last xy w .
Friday. 4 V

Mrs. J. C. WIIcox and Miss

Dotty Durling were shoppers in ,
Jacksonville, Monday. /

Mrs. Martin Williams and 'I, ',
children visited her mother, Mrs. I

U J. Folson In" Mayo, Sunday.Mr. ,
Williams. works' a t Camp ;:;


f ,re. s RISING.By i iV ii

Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and :
little daughter Fay, of Jacksonville In the most beautiful most modern color harmonics t1

sq spent the, week-end with
Mrs. Paulk's parents, Mr. and SPECIAL SPRINGTIME "BLUES" AND "GREENS" WITH ,' '
Mrs. Walter Underhill. t ; r

4 Y and Mr. and Mrs Scottie Sanders ;4r,

were Sunday visiting Camp Blandlng 10 different and distinctive color selections. 4 beautiful two- 'i '

Mr. and Mrs Russell Carter r tone combinations. Come In and see the most stunningly i t ,'
and Miss Gertrude William and
Miss Ruth Lewis were visitingMr. ttylcd and tastefully decorated group of motor cars ever presented J;

A .pause is so welcome in. between times. / and Mrs. Bert Shaw Sun- In the low-price field t

That's the time to turn to Ice-cold day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Simons andJ. SAY "FIRST BECAUSE IT'S FINEST! ;
P. Simons and son were visiting ,

Coca-Cola and enjoy its delicious taste and relatives In this section Sun roRo !
Il day afternoon..
delightful refreshment. You'll like It. So Mrs. Luther .Harrell of Brooker CHEVROLET CO.r.
was visiting her parents Mr. and

when you pause throughout the day, makeit Mrs. R. M. Crosby Sunday.Mr. .
and Mra. Bishop Thomas
It./! pause that refreshes with ice-cold YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY and little son. Wayne, spent part STARKE, FLORIDAAll llQ
of last week with his parents,
Coca-Cola. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of

LaCrosae. Chevrolet Are Shipped To Florida -, Not Driven :
Mr and Mrs. Dominic DIAndrea

.. and children Richard and Rosa
BOTTIBD UNDER AVTHOUTe Of TILE COCA-COLA COMPANY ST Lee. and Mr. and Mra. Lee Sal- so they come to you genuinely

CO. votora were visiting in Gainesville

_ STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING Saturday afternoon

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r Af>& 111941 ,

M.A.e arntres B&ADI"OIUJ .tf.MII'M'1'' 'nuGBAPH. 8T.u&K.E. n.oRm FRITttV_ .__
a :' The Board of Public Instruction County Easter Services ./of of Calf A. D. late baa filed\, warn In the name of Mr. -T. P.
name lBmjr offle and baa mad Ward; the ameMroent of the Mid
JI voted Monday to in>tn four take care of i !' application for tax deed to be i.curd .- property under _lei certificate No. YOU WILL ALWAYS.
'J At Baptist thereon.Maid I.34 In lb. of lira. JS. J.Ward. .
wa. name
. ";i eat-looklng book cave lit the for the County Certificate re.peellv.lyumbrae. .
Easter Sunday will be observed the followingdeiwrlbed Unleu said certificates .U be j.
tropertlea In the County of Brad- redeemed according to law the .
.I j with special services at all tord. State of Florida, to-wit: I properties de"crlb"d therein will be MEAL AWAITING YOU
CLASSIFIED l*> IS of Blk It Ward City old to the highest bidder at the
Starke Churches. Section. Townehlp T Somh. Ran.. ,(:ourthou.e door on the first Mond AT THE A & A. GIVE
t Eaut. !. embraced under Cer- ,, iy In the Month of :May 1161
At the Baptist. Barter music llfloite No. St. I'which la the Hh, day of :May. US A TRIAL
POR' SALE-cottage on Crystal 6-UKNTSHED tote 4. a of BUt 14 Ward City AND BE
' electricity. Lake Santa Fe : will be featured at the morning Section I Township T South.: Range UU.Dated this Uth., day of March
'ti Lake laree lot 20 E+*i. I. embraced under Certificate A. I>. 1141.OFFICIAL. CONVINCED
Just off State Road 28. Sacrifice Waldo. hour by the choir with ),In. I*. No. 14. ( SEAL) A. ]. Thomaa.
t ning1 water. A. Canova at the The The ane*.menl of the paid prop- 1 Clerk .Circuit Court, Bradford .
Box 326 pIAno.
jt for cah.- rty. ender ...M rtlfIrato No. tt ''....n',. FlorMa. It
t Starke. Fla. Itp Jewelry Co., Grogram will Include. "Crown the I THE A & A CAFE
' Risen King" by the choir; a pro-
FOR SALE-Reasonable: General cesMonal "He Arose" by the Back of Carpenter's Drug StoreI
REGISTERED Billiards Bowling Speed Boat Rides
Electric: refrigerator electric choir; a duet The Great Ex- ,
roaster Including broilerunit Inquire at G ampl. by Luther Powell and Bathing, Boating .
also 2-bumer electric F. H. A. Mr" John Moyer. For a recessional -
plate and kerosene bl&ten.- FOR the choir will sing the
Mr. Solart 403 No. Walnut. Location on Call lovely Christ Is Risen.:' The
Starke. Itp fm morning service begins at 11 o'- Bar-B-Cue
Shop. Sandwiches, Chicken Dinners, wish to announce to my friends and
FOR clock, and the pastor will brine clients
FOR State SALE Farm-Forty-aeven Road lust acres outside on Grocery his Easter message this year on Fish. Dinners, Shrimp Dinners, Beer On that Mr. Karl E. Kurz will be connected

the city limits of Starke.' Mr*. Restaurant "Life Forever More." Tap, Cold Drinks with
C. V. .Simpson. 392 West Drug Store At the evening hour of worship my office as a Collector and Solicitor. He is

Masonic 8 t r eet, Gainesville.. Fining which begins at 8 O'clock. Pat well versed on all types of insurance
Fla. 4-U-V W. T. Clute. Wilkinson will again lead the and win
C. A. Futch congregation In gospel singing Trailer Park, Cottages be glad to advise you on any Insurance
} AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE:-1"let 119 EL Call and It Is hoped that Walter prob-
Ford 4-door sedan. Has $300 Walsh, pianist with the State- and RoomsKingsley lems that you may have. For the benefit of
trade-In allowance. Will sell Daily cash wide Recreation project In Starke.
for 1229.: -Selleck, Camp Blan- hogs. Auction will be presented as guest pianist. my clients I have added the services of Mr.
j ding:, 121. Itp day beginning at : The pastor will preach on "The( Kurz to my ollice.CHARLEY
Teat of the Garden." This even-
yon RENT-Excellent bouse and Fla. Phone 481. Beachy
trig worship service Is preceeded
apartments.-Mary McLaughlin D. Odom. Jr..
by B. T. U. which meets at
realtor. Box 1173. Phone,936- Starke. Fla.
6:45.: and to which all of '" ., E. JOHNS
W, Cordova. St. Augustine Fla. 9-90 are invited. ages LAKE FRONT'AMUSEMENT PARK AGENCY
4-11 2tp READY FUR
119 East Call Street
', FOR RE."lT-one-room furnished censed JYuT'F of APPI.I"'TIG"f AT KINGSLEY LAKE :--
concrete Yon Tax II
house In my yard.-Mrs.,F. H.' .Id -wanu. (. Bill N...EUfMe.a taa) Telephone 13"

Long. 403 North Walnut Street. work dirt THAT NOTICE Aha IS N. CoUon.HEREBY bolder OtVET vt Make ,Reservations For Dinner & Picnic Parties
Imp -A..A. Annis. Certificate Numbered reaJMe-
lively aa and 14 laaucd the 4th,

FOR RENT-Furnished up-stalrs KOK RENT- (-
apartment. Mrs. 8. -R. .Johns.Y furnished. 4 0
Washington Street Phone 45. Palatka. Fla
lip Crandln. Fla.

FOR SALE S acres, -room FOR RENT-
house Starke Fla. Pecan tree Lake with bath
i, and other fruit. Write Mrs. H. stove. Mrs.
D. Morris Box 534. Phone 302 W. Madison NNOUNCING
9 9-K. Hendersonville. N. C.
4-11 3tp -"avrr. -.
FOR RENT: .Furnished trailer former resident
apartm nt. Has Beauty ,rest Dade City. -.
.JD&tl,.... Fine, for couple. Stout Harris. ) 3 i
Apply at Bradford County Tele-
grapn. Starke. 1tANTP.D8inrle vviK ttAUB! -
and acre ol .
: room or room BiOea frua EIGHTH
and board. .Charley, &:. John highway at old 4.
Agency 119 E. Call St. it Starling, R. 2.


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APRIL 13T1I, 1941 .

Sun.-Mon., April 13." Tuesday,

Albert DekkerBARGAIN 'W
,Cheater Morris
I n Dix. In"Marines Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley
r "Dr. Cyclops" Fly A :,it'J': .; ...- V'_ R. J. Gomes, Musician and Associate Minister

Paramount News Bandits and -..t Miss Evelyn Hobbs, Assistant Musician

AlsoFlycasting Also- ",....,r.rll""....., .".....,'r'; ..'.',- Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, Children Worker .

Wed.-Thurs., April 16.17 Friday. 'M t' "-' :.. ,i,. ". .,
On The 7:,a.1.;':'; '
"Six _Lessons From '" -" '" ,
r Deanna Dorbln OF SERVICES
Lupe Velez & Leon Chapter "Sky .' Wm. L. PettingiU'-----_ WIlmington Delaware

ErrolAisoParamountoa The "'., Wm. R. Newell ----____________ DeLand, Florida
News-Moments of Charm "i'eggy> Horton's 3:00: P. M. Bible School Herbert Lock Y er ---______ Liverpool England
Abo "Amateur Sunday V. C. Kelford __ ______...____ Waterloo. Iowa
8:00 P. JH. Inspirational Service. C. F. Pace --____.?._, .__ Orlando. Florida
Saturday, April 19 }",", Carl Sweezy -----__________ 'Lpa-'Angeles Calif.
-2 BIG FEATURES"ORPHANS ,.. ., Charles Slater -_____' Oriental Missionary'Sect'y
OF THE Tuesday : 8:00 P.)Mission Study 'p. '> J. S. Flacks -----___-_________ Jewish Christian
: FT L. Brooks _____ ___
With Bob Webster &: Mary Joyce (Mission-Hall) --- -; -- --& Chattanooga Tenn.
Abo I Wm. McDonald ___ Sec European Missionary
"ROLLING HOME TO r R. A. Belcham ---______________ Georgia
J. T. Larson. ___ _____ .
Friday -:--- Minneapolis, biro
"Society With Dog Tex Show"-cartoon Ritter ; P. M Inspirational. Service George F" TibbItts ________:__ Speculator/ New York

Midnight Show Saturday 11:30 P.

"ADVENTURE With ALSO-Seleded George Brent IN&: Isa Shorts Miranda Come Bring Your Friends And Others

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