Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 8, 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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only To Get Mrs.Panama StephensIn City 'Wet Election Yes, It's Hot! F. B. I. Arrests I 70 Poured Gallons In SewerState B. H. S. To Open ; ,., '

:Mrs. Evelyn Stephens, for the Yes! you're right: when you Road Patrolman 0, L. >/ 4

Sum past year executive secretary of i Opposed ray It'. the hottest weather 'Cant. MartinIn McArthur, while on patrol duty First Monday yIn

ge the Starke Chamber of Commerce, you've ever felt 'I
Tuesday afternoon spotted a suspicious -
: left Tuesday for West Florida At least weather officials In !

iderNewlaw where she has accepted a post- By Minister .J
|. tlon as secretary of the Chamber j this are has experienced : sedan about one mile out of :. 1 rr\"

of Commerce at Panama City, Its tenth suecemsve day with Starke on State Road 43. ,, /l

rnh. J. BlomquUt and Walter I Mrs. Stephens arrived In Starkeat Rev. A. B. Llghtfoot, pastor of I temperatures\ )' above 95
.pedal auditors' for the birth of the boom late last the First Baptist Church, appeared -
peters Road Department cam summer, and steered the newly before the Board of heat since 1\1'01.\' Investigation In'Jacksonvllle Wednesday I I Arthur' soon overtook them, 'con- ford High School opened Monday, ; ,

State last week to deice Organized Chamber of Commerce County Commissioners M o n daymorning i mornln) ,"corroborated the fUicatlng 70 gallons of moonshine At the regular meeting, of the, r'
h. courthouse through the hectic period of In"the'"interest I rumor that "Captain" R., W. Martin !In five and ten gallon containers. County Board of Public Instruction .t.w
?., what additional, gasoline Starke's growth last winter. For of- "no head of th*.new Starke FlyIng The driver of the liquor car Monday morning- '''it' .was) M

allocation credits' Bradford many months her office served wet and dry.election." Mr. Light- Taxi Comoromise Club, had been arrested by J. C. Davis, and his two companions unanimously decided that t h. e, "til'l:t (

,t, will receive under tee:: as. ark clearing house for newcomers foot stated that petitions wel'ebeing' F. B. I. authorities John L. 'Williams and Bradford Elementary: and High "I:; '! '

approved by the 1941 Legla- des p erately, seeking living circulated that such an election According to this conversation David Pratt, were lodged In the School would open Monday Sept ';4 I I

re M recommended by. oov. quarters. be held, and that he had been Settles Disoute on October S, '1940 at Fort Ethan, County Jail; and Sheriff A. O. 1. / MI, .

Holland Informed they were to have been .. Vermont. Robert William Martin ,!( .
ward L Panama City Is a booming West I Andreu and Policeman W. E. | The reason for the, differenceIn \ f
audlt.18beins, con- presented to the Board of County I >flf "Impersonated an officer of the
Kit Florida city' and Mrs. Stephenswas I( Thornton assisted Mr. McArthurIn the opening dates of B. H. 8" :
taxicab, was
ifcompllance with| "anto Commissioners Monday. In The wrangle United States) army, and while thatcouty "'
65 of ol"8talclear' : '
ted enthusiastic over her pouring gallons and, the school*>of ; :
very City Council other
and 1 five or ten-minute talk against tled at the Tuesday impersonating an officer obtained '
declare, designate I liquor down the sewer at ia that the' Board''felt"1. ;
roads In Brad- i new position there. She was accompanied such a move he made the three night to the? satisfaction of all 'things of value" F B. I. authorities the _
sh certain her children MarJorie southeast corner of the court- confident that the congressionalJ 1k
by parties the Council, IY''
roads.. Ad: following points: divergent i explained that "when anyone
atate house '
curb five
retaining gallons J
as for the addition to ''j'
County appropriation
t and Tommy; for the
the the attorney t tIthe
out credits for counties are ((1) That some people had Mayor : impersonates an officer of t h e of the evidence to convict t h enel'roes building would certainly beforthcoming ,
Starke Taxi Service, the Blandlng United and obtains I
signed the petition for others 1 State army say
be when they are broughtinto ;
bOrlud to vitas that at least in Cab Company, and the CampB things of value, he violates a fed early enough to complete 0.-
The act prI one Instance that Court, ew
1Ihed. Gas Men Like the building in ,time for the
counties shall be relm- he knew of a,woman had signed I a n ding military authorities. eral statute." '.'J
t the James 'J. Murphy, general man- Mr. All F. B. I. agent, and late opening Of B. H. S. But j.iilJ:
amounts expended.' the petition for her husband; (2)) '
sed for all contributed that there had been many misrepresentations ager, and J. M Moore general Melvin McKinney, county road Aluminum Drive when they saw that. it would' be,, ,
IIb.d, auditor for the Orange Lines bus Impossible to complete' the' buildIng t fl
and Early ClosingLocal patrolman, were in search of
said counties !! made that a o m e >
paid out by districts since were actually helping to circulate co. and the Branding, Cab Co. "Captain" Martin Wednesday' even by October. be"Y'.ieofde4. M'fu
d and bridge for were present, to look after the night July 30. He seems to have upon Sept ItAccording
1, 1941. the petitions who really didn'tknow '
31 construction 1914 to July of designated filling station operators what they were doing; and Interests of th*.Blandlng cab com- been "tipped 'off," however, and Nets 450 Lbs. to 8? ,J&, sparu"-t\,, '; ;

This means all are adjusting themselves like'good (3))'h.,urged< :That, they Ignore the pany. Attorney. .T. Frank Lan- drove to the home of Joe Peelein chairman of the Board' all school. !
M roads. fund patriots to the T 'p. m. closing not representing the drum was present in the Interest Lawtey where b e roomed have reported, an, lncr.... la en !
petitions as I I
were county Four hundred and \
neya which out by order which went Into effect Sun wishes of the majority of the of his client, the.' Starke Taxi packed up all his belongings'and fifty pounds rollment. In the ease of Hamp"It S !

!n any source and This, paid would to- day all over the Eastern SeaboardIn people, and that, at least a pub- I Service. .' I drove off. Mr All and Mr. _Mc- 'of aluminum! T h a t' a a lot of ton the Increase was so great that; ', 't

aa warrants. road district tax an effort' prevent 'a threatened *,, lic hearing be had to learn the Mayor N. Walnwrlght" Jr.. K nney telegraphed to Miami I 1 t. 'aluminum when one considershow a, new teacher, had to be added '':,:' ear

de county or raised from the gasoline shortage In this [will of the people before any such I. and all members: of' the Council Jacksonville, Atlanta and other much 450 pounds really Is, :Mr, Sparks al o'announced that 'Y
used*, moneys were present. ;, e points, and "Captain" Martin was until such time aa the additionto ,
bonds .moneys re- election.W. I and how light aluminum lilt But ::1.
umc of counties from,the State area.As might be expected, some M. Edwards, chairman of 1 "The Governmentvauthorttes! at arrested! In Atlanta. I that In not too much SCRAP B. H. 8, la ready' .for occupancy : -0//; ,+,
red by do not like the "He was fugitive from Ver, overflow classes will beheld /,
Blandlngi a
the shorter hours, Camp aluminum
and like to give to one's
distribution operators the Board of County CommlHslon- I coun ne
line tax between.. civilian mont said Mf, All 'over' the In ,the Stark armory acres'' :
don't some report sales discrimination try with which to build ,
leage taxes. some ; ers, assured Mr. Llghtfoot that ,I I airplanesto the street. If ,'W'..
words, according to about the same, some report the election would not be held j I|I employes and the militarysold phone "and we have already sent help defend democracy and ,"!!J
In other 1941 Legislature sales off. without a public hearing.WantF.H.A.Okeh. Mr Murphy<< in referring to the I him! back there the free peoples of the world,
Peters, the, that the BlandIng cabs/ August MinutesOf
more than 50, former W. E. Torode Jr., says that the I I fact Camp Bright and early Thursday :, MtV

adiord.Ignited county roads as state Chevrolet place has always closedat were not. permitted Mr. Murphy, to spoke pick upcivilians. of I Ambulance Calls morning Starke and Bradford School ,Board

under the State Road De- T o'clock, on the theory that During WeekThe County's donation of 450: poundsof
idi The auditors are deg money la not worth working all I the almost utter Impossibility of aluminum was taken to Jack At the, regular meeting,Monday; ""\ ,

riment. the original cost of thetis the time for.Adolph I asking In every.Instance whether Da Witt C, Jones Funeral aonvllle>> concentration point for morning of ,the County Board 0(.

,mlnirg an well as the cost of malnuung Gay finds gas and oil On Subdivision : would-be dressed passengers In civilian were clothes sotdiers ,, Home had thl'ee' ambulance call, this area. H. A. Bishop, chairman Public Instruction, ,f o u r mil. .

them since their construc- sales very little reduced, but civil during the week, according to Ed of the division of Transpor- daily was added to the'' bu'route' 'f

Interest on the that greasing washing, polishing or nurses or service em Langley, ambulance driver i tatlon and Communication of the of Rufus Alvaies,, and his salary'' : 4 I
and the says etc.
a of the need for an Improved -, ployes in the postofflce, Bradford County Defense Council, was Increased IS monthly on that. *
to July 1. These roadsII changing, oil and sale Realizing Wednesday about 6 P. M. Owen ttJ
ney be up paid for out of gasoline tires has fallen off considerably F. H. A. sub-division In I However, the I! final agreement Edward, Thornton, who' lives ,on secured through Carl Johns a account. '

i funds and maintained by the and that he has had to let one Starke, L. A. Davis has decidedto reached was the following: The route 2, Starke fell on the new truck: belonging to S, R. Johns The Board 't'eceivA a request' v i;;! ll.

at. Road Deoartment. The man go.Sam ask the F. H. A through W. I Blending Cab Company may pickup Alligator creek bridge where h* and son and bad the aluminum from citizens of Sampson Cttyj'' \\i

nty-will:be reimbursed in the Anderson at the Temple! T., Clue to process 10 acres ad- I soldiers ANYWHERE: headedtfor la working, with the Hersham hauled that they help out wUh/the( ',:ex-,;!'1i jl;

|ra of credits, and as the.gaao ;I: '.ees very little difference joining hts( home on West Madison t' Camp Bra laglth a Is 'for not I Construction company, and broke I I '')dr. Bishop, D. I. Slgman It A. peaso.oC'ulldtngdawtoadMtMal.h(; j !;

tax money Is received from garage and la glad street for a high-class F. .11. new, but haa been' permitted a leg below the knee. He was Carlton and others, white and would shorten the bus' rout and \:! : .

18111 parts'of the state, checks for In his ,business to rest. very A. sub-division.. He has given'I I j months. Further, all civilian employeR I. given first aid treatment and colored, loaded the truck. Thanks thereby cut the bus expense ,The J 5.N

|ll be forwarded for Bradford 1 a chance Mr. Clute, the realtor who recently walking at the Camp maybe taken to the Alachua County Hospital are duo to all who helped In this Board agreed to pay half of ,the ,j 1
rata share. And theall I, The Gulf station at :Madison and sold 25: acres for Quigley; picked up at any one of four I'I Gainesville. Important aluminum drive. expense of stumping the road
jniy'a 1
pro 1 Walnut reports business already places in Starke headed for the I
I counties profit more than and Davis, exclusive handling' of Last Saturday morning Woodrow provided the total expense did not; 1 MCI
slightly reduced. Camp, namely, the new bus stallion .. exceed ISO. 'N
i this both as to sales
property Phil
rje ones, since the large onesy Alvarez was also taken to Terry '
service station re which will be on the cornerof i
more tax. I and loans. I the Alacliua County Hospital for The contract 'for' over-hauling' I'M a
gas .
The of Mr. Blomqulst ports "more sales and shorter The agreement between Mr. | Call and Weller streets; the treatment for blood poison Hela Takes A Walk .the typewriter at B, H. 8. was '\, .
progress hours; no falling off In business, signed I t old station o n Temple Avenue given to H. B' Mayes at 15 '
Davis and Mr. Clute was getting along nicely, according per f.\
d Mr. Peters has. been greatly I rushed during the across from the courthouse; the Phil. Terry, the F. B. N. who,
peded the fact that there though more July 30 and Mr. Clute stated to reports' In few machine, Mr. Mayes fumiIttgeverything .
by I Florida Motor Lines bus station,, a short weeks operated a l eetor
is no complete record left of the day. Tuesday that by the end of this and the S. A. L. d e pot. (Of Miss Jean Adklns, waitress In j I "community playhouse" In t h e ;

fig. It has been necessary tour Smith's garage reports as many week all necessary application course, until the Orange Lines the Paramount Grill, was taken Starke Armory; bought the Cof- The Board granted Mrs. >Florence j i ttl hi

over the country and ask sales In shorter hours which hall 'blanks, with Information about moves Its station, they may be Sunday night to the St. Vincent foe Pot on the terms of "nothing i Brown's request 'for a year's'leave : ',, f(

d residents for a complete his right with them. the subdivision plans and specifications picked up at the present station Hospital, Jacksonville, with a case down and' nothing per month"; and"dabbled" I of absence as teacher In : II' I anr

ry of the roads and then have J. P. Roberts' station reports I and photographs of the at Walnut and Madison streets.) of pneumonia. in other things her .' the County. Also accepted 'the, ;
cut down"-but will be In the hand of resignation of Mrs. Blanche Ptu', i I
e State Road Department business! "greatly property The Camp authorities expressed I and there, left town sometimebetween )
gtaem figure up their comet then explains the probable cause: F. H. A. headquarters In Jack their willingness to cooperate by Fine New Home the setting of the sun I.* teacher in the Hampton. Junior' ,:

et cost from the beginning The officers and men are away sonville,. and that within 30 days providing some sort of Insigniaor and the rising of the same with I High School. I, '

nil the present, together with from Camp Blandlng. the subdivision will be ready to badge which could be shown if For Cook's Grocery out telling anybody good-bye, I M. W. ''Morrow, principal '"ot"' ''

e Interest. Lacy Conway reports "business open. Houses will range In price called for by cab.l drivers to determine ,leaving no forwarding address, or the Hampton Junior High School l.; ::' ,

But all this trouble will be for- as usual," though he Is worrying from ''$3,000 to $5,000, and lots whether they were em- Earl Cook's Grocery and Market Of- paying one thin dime of his debts appeared before .the Board: with, f?

tten and forgiven when Brad- about when the soldiers return will sell at from $350 to 9500. ployed at Camp Blandlng. It wad located half a mile north State I I W. M. Edwards, custodian of the request that awnings; be pury &
can't leave house will be different'Mr. the city limits of Starke on :chased for '
from Louisiana. They "Every school: The Sup 4
County falls heir to several brought out that the military 13 October1st the armory, told him he would '
o'clock and he Clute stated. Mr1. Davis stated Road will move about J JI "*]
"Hired thousand dollars or aJllon the camp until 7 authorities "want passengers delivered into and modernly have to pay up what he owed i erintendent. Dr. W. E.' HIddleton 1;

or more to be used as wonders what will happen when that there were BO persons In to the Camp and to a building new now being there by last Saturday or ..el..." I was Instructed to write for :\ i *
wanted F. H. A. equipped
rt -when needed., they return. ( Starke who Starke." By special ruling the erected Immediately behind the The chances are that others told on same itd.t'j'\t'j

All told, there is'very little if houses. Slanting cabs are the only ones location. him the same thing, and he I

Pledgedor any dissatisfaction over early ,There will be two model houses that are allowed to operate Inside present store I "elsed" before Saturday. And so Houston Won't Run ',
oney built on the property just u which makes' It The building now occupied by
closing. the camp at least 1 per cent of the Lib I
A. has Cook' will be demolished upon Harry Houston, whose bat ,.4ti
Defense Council soon aa the F H. ap Imperative that these cabs shall erty story of'a week or so ago was :
of the subdivision- -one 8- completion of the new store and asix thrown Into the ring for City '
proved and deliver
AndersonTo be able to pick up Is true. '
H A. Carlton secretary of theadford :Sam bed-room house( and one' 2-bnd- and inside the foot concrete walk-way and :. Councilman by friend,, wishes to
the "
County Defense Council Canal ZoneSam room house. Inside of concrete approach to the gasoline (By the way. "F. n. X. stands thank them for their good will .ct

''i*.red before the Board 'of town Island will fill this space. for "fly-by-nlght.! ) but at the same time states .that' :;,
nutty Anderson, proprietor of No other civilians-are supposedto h. has not the time either .
Commissioners Monday The two story building costIng to run i
mine In behalf of the Council. I the Temple Garage, leaves Sun- R. T. Osteen ride In the Blending cabs except about 17,00000 and 80x60 Meet : for the office, or. to function ,If. "t

explained how the 1841 Legls- day for Cristobal, Panama Canal Dies At BrookerR. employee and at the soldiers'Campnoteven wives feet In size Is of concrete block elected. ; j!! u"M

lure> had passed a bill authorii- Zone to accept a Government officers' construction with a curved roof, IJ!
comes respected citizenof -nor may these e a b s render tt!
I t and requesting the various position. The appointment T. Osteen a will have living quarters on the ,
rda of commissioners from Washington. D. C.-from F. Brooker. died Wednesday July across-Starke passenger well toilet !}1, I
county i for second floor as a*
Chief Officer of a daughter Passengers must be '
lllake appropriations to the B. Helmer, assistant to 30?, at the home facilities for the public.
unty defense councils -but Is under the authorityof Mrs. John Surrency, In Graham.He Camp Blandlng."We're 'fJj
through- said Mr Plate glass front and modern
''t the State.W the Governor of Panama Canal. was 70( years of age and not outsiders, and n
W, The position Is machinist (auto death came as the result of a fourmonths' Murphy. "We purchase about 20.- Neon lighting, both 't
Edwards, chairman who, of and about 900 for sign purposes, will be used.
000 gallons gas
d $1.38 per illness
been to the Armory offices : repairing), and pays with of oil every month In The wells of the four room apart. 1f
'd hours, lifelong rest- gallons
about eight was
Had hour for Mr. Osteen
seen the progress of the ment upstairs will be of V-groove 443
qr\c\ for overtime. He will Bradford County and hadspent Starke.
being done and the need for; liberal pay from dent of Brooker, board construction while in the :; :; '
dltlonal transport of his life at 1r11
an army most
funds on and
to out In! go petitions
grocery cypress
he La. district he represented on Coach StephensIn 'JI 'lii' 'i
emergency also spoke In' New Orleans which white painted walls will be used.
rev of) the appropriation. It His wife and,.children will remain the Board of County Commissioners The Army NowProf. Ame Faaano Is the contractor ; i.<; .' r .
* unanimously decided that the In Stark for the present. for several terms. ''xrq

ttllloe Council would be Included Mr. Anderson will remain at least was one of the most faithful E. L. Williams, principalof Gun Toter Arrested I l' }:
the 1941 budget for at least six months, probably a year. By members of the Brooker Masonic B. H. S.. last Thursday received 1i \

P" month, or $300 per year. that time he, will decide whetherhe Lodge, and was also a memberof the resignation of''Coach Alvle Coleman was : \, J
will move his family down and the Free Will Baptist, Church. W. B. Stephens to take effect im Tuesday by patrolman arreate"l .iiI '

Y Awards make Panama. his permanenthome. He was married to Miss mediately. The reason for this Thornton on a g un- c .X a

Amerlcus Surrency In 1889 and step Is that the popular coach charge Mr. Thornton turned him i I ..;Ai

Comdemnation He will continue to operate the to this union were born four children who has been at B. H. S. only over to Sheriff A. O. Andreu who. {;l :

'/rt Temple garage unless be can secure three of whom survive him. one year has been called Into In turn, locked him up In the |I. lj
Circuit }
., 31. Court Thursday a satisfactory buyer. They, are, Mrs. Maude Surrencyof army service. county jail. "He has been reportedto -
tt1Ag'r Judge H. L. Sebring pre- Graham, Leroy Osteen of "We regret to "lose' him-his the sheriff and to the police 1 :
Imtht! t. Eo Knight 'and N. L. Hudgins 'Wins Prize Brooker, and H. 'T. Osteen of place will be ,very difficult to several' times by people who saw ,,1 fr.:, (I ;

e8 tor his wife were awarded Plant City. Mrs. Osteen died In till" said both Prof. Williams andS. him carrying a pistol," ),(r. .'1

1S9-100 acres Property Paul Hudgins of Koch's Drug December, 1840 E. Sparks chairman of the Thornton 8111d.Presbyterian. i-- ,. -., r o
fury rymnalfoa proceedings to Store won tenth prize In the Intelligent Funeral services were held at County Board ot Public Instruction. :."i\\\. \/\\ :

I1 1. projft! 5521way along road Salesman Contest of May con- the family residence In Brooker I Monday "Every effort la being ChurchRev. A. J. Green, who directed the Orango ,,Line* bo eGIDpIaaT 4;;;,"s\ \

In tbe : ducted during the months last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock put forth," continued Mr. Williams safely through It. pioneer day In Starke; wait. local enaoargea', 1"l: \. I
It lame Session Luclna M. and June by: the Sheaffer with the Rev. G. E. McCauley "and we are going to haves Mr. Brubaker, a young from the beginning until two week ago when ".,11. Orowdff y t
J WIll aWarded $500 for 6 57- Pen Company. He competed next W. will' minister from St. Augustine, will ,'1t
officiating. year.
10 acres and the Rev. C. A. Crosby good team formerly vlrpr "' l lnt of the Tampa Transit Co.. bee.aaae.raves i:
all over <
These figures range with hundreds of dealers was In the be able to announce a good man hold service Sunday, August 10,
'Jft. $ Interment ager. Now Mr. Green drive m hue sad attaint* th* 'M
**tar V l223 per'' *c'reAc* the country and will receive, L. family plot at Dedan Cemeterywith I for the place In just a few da.1 and August 17 at 11 o'clock A. Mr. Green I III originally. from Mfcfdtoburg. eoooslag her manager ,f "rr;
? Jl cash award. His employer Coach M. at the Flat Presbyterian *" from' ; :
I II OMVA TbOll1&8. Clerk. 125 'Funeral Home of During the summer '
Wilson I StePh-j JackMMivllle where be .had been fur orae , :1 likely that the Board W. Koch receives an equal basedon Lake City In charge of arrangemeata. ens bad been pitching Church during the absence of the'! '' ''Ia'tbe, > Motor'Traaalt ; (
CoIJUnI..IODers contest was C. H. Allen. Co.'o st
will be amount. The Avon Park. pastor, Rev. ,''t with the .f' 1
judgment. sales. ''1; "' ':
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son Billy of :Mlms were here and wish him
Bradford prisons or release any slaves, much less arm 1 Happeningsby over the week-end. Mr. and a Del!
The County Telegraph Hampton Mrs
the 133,000,000 people now being held In :Mias Patty Wimberley left Monday Cray and children ,

K"t.bU IUNl 1877ublt.hM subjection. But potentially the sign of the for Lakeland to join I her were recent guest of k1

r -.. V has all the dynamite necessary to trans HAMPTON BRIEFS mother, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Mrs. Wesley McRae of fir': t
and Entered Sec-
Fs'P Weekly on Fridays aa &1.... M. W. Morrow Mrs. O. D. Gay 'and'relatives Mrs. Wlmberly is on the summer amy Ia employed"at >
t t4 ,, end Clans Matter at the Post Office at Stoke, FU.E. form a heretofore passive resistance into active from Atlanta spent Wednesday faculty at Southern College. '. ding. Cepti

alt a ;{ A .--L.-Matthew;*-?,.__-._:_:.:_n Editor and .Owner revolution. It gives the downtrodden SCHOOL The Hampton.ENROLLMENT Junior. I UP High visiting points of interest in St. Mr. and Mra. L. J. Norman Mrs T. N. Norman
peoples of fresh start Marlneland stu- were visiting in Callahan Sunday aadl
conquered Europe a School 4 with an Augustine and son, Jerald and !air\.
4 C. M. Crlffls made a trip to ton and 1ar\
MuEAVBER. c toward ultimate victory. .... Increase of 2$ pupils over last Ga. Sapp and son, RUdalpb
1, Cr-ft Mrs May Sweeney and daughters Ft. Valley Tuesday. visiting relatives "
of here
+ ,, FLORIDAPRESS> ASSOCIATION) year and 8DOft.the prospects. s morepupal get returned Sunday from a Miss Patty Wlmberly spent ernoon. Sunda
+ .NATIONAL A Few Other "Americans" Know as parents with Mr. and Mrs. several days last week with ,Miss
;, EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION v .; moved into'the district. months' visit are sorry to
1941 V Might. Profit From His Example The enrollment by grade. follows Will Kammerer In Philadelphia Oleeta Green at Lawtey.Sgt. ness of Mlss Maxine report
of Ft.
Prescott 'a.U
D. returned James
Mrs. C. Lynn
The best editorial of the ,
a. 81.rB.'iCRII"TION- TIC year was unwittingly : two weeks' visit with friends Benning, Ga., v I a l ate d relatives with measles Who are mMrs.
Grade 1-*19
Yearly $1.75} SU Months. 91.00- written a week or so ago by a Grade 2. -10 and relatives In Donaldsonville, here over the week-end. E. P.

young family man, whose ancestors were Grade 3-11 Ga. Visitors' 'to Starke from here Yoeman are Gay and Mly

1 The "V" For Victory Campaign Czecho-Slovakians. He is' now a citizen: of Grade 4-13 L.. A. Johns J. Sr.,, visited' Bobby Saturday Included Mrs J. W. here With Mr spending a few

Should Promote Nazi Jitters 19'Grade Johns afternoon at his Grlffis. Mills Virgie Grlttls and Hall and Mrs. 1.
this country, has a good job, and really appreciates Grade .5-- Friday :J. F. Grlffis.
6-;..13 *, home In Umatllla.David .
Using the letter V as chief weapon-a the privilege of living in America. Mrs. D. C. Reid of Maxvllle GUM

of Victory over the Nazis I -the Junior High-35. Knight en route from was visitor' here Saturday.A BRANCH
symbol He wrote the following letter to President
; Although the 'school opened Reeve>svl11e, S. C., to Bradley. By Mrs. Eda
+ British propaganda bureau has won the first Roosevelt: with two substitute teachers, Mrs.T. Fla.. stopped Monday afternoonto large herd of cattle changed Parrt'll
t hands here when'O. W. Mr. .
full-scale battle in the new war of 'nerves "Dear President Roosevelt: T. Long and Miss Willie, Mae visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home. Saturday and MI... N. lot
Marr purchased the entire herdof W. R.

.. on the European continent. News of V's "I am a married man, 28, years old ; a with Hlnaon much the enthusiasm work was and started the Richmond 1.. T., John, left where Saturday he will for be 139 cows from the estate of visiting Mrs Kersey H. Keene Of Bethel

springing up by the thouands-by word of boy 3, a girl 1. Here's how I feel about being regular teachers, will soon be 'se- assigned to"Vas the"signal Alight department .the late J. S. Prescott. lly 5 Sunday afternoon and
and underground communication ..Mr; and Mrs. R. I.. Prescott, Mr. and M'1'8.
radio cured.
mouth, an 'American. ; Of the Seaboard Rail- Carlton Ch
Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott and of Hampton
throughout the Nazi-dominated countries "My ancestors were Czecho-Slovakians, BAPTIST W,. M.,U. MEETS: road. Frederick & Vaughn Prescott and-Mrs. .1. s-were guests of

-made the first day of the offensive aIL my wife's English; but we're Americans."I The regular W M. V. meeting I Jackie and BUlle Dee. of Plant were visitors to Starke-SaturdayT: rnOOn. Sapp Susdti

was held Sunday afternoon In the City are spending a few days with and R.. L.
Miss 'Fanny Prescott Mrs.
A. H.
big success. look at oil Hall
( refrigerator '
my my and
r Sun Mra. Ethel Jones and family: dau,
church. It la hoped that Prescott were visitors to .Jacksonville Minnie of
Reports of the letter V painted on walls heater and my radio. I'm glad I'm an day meeting'date will aid in the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox have Monday ot **Jacksonville men?
and fences in most of the conquered,countries American. attendance'' record as It will be moved back to their home In Valdosta W. C. Ellis was a visitor to T. S'i,11. Norman. Mr- and

4 and the dispatches telling ,of 6,200 V "My children get cod liver oil, nourishing more convenient for many of the Ga.. after being connectedwith Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. B. M. McRae and
members who work during the the Southern Railroad System elm
authorities i in of Pln& Level
_ ,. prosecutions b y German food and a doctor's'watchful care.They'll week. for the past year. Edd were visitlnr
Paris alone added to the victory. At Bay- Wednesday,
W be glad they're Americans. The subject for discussion was
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walker By Mra. Z. Z. Oriffia Mrs. J. E. Anderson
onne, France, the letter mysteriously poppedup "This morning I wen t to church. : "An Urgent Gospel-Adequate for have returned to Maryvllle, Tenn., turned to their home in

on a German automobile. V's in tar were Amongst my neighbors, unafraid and un : the Changing World." The Bible after several week work here In BIRTHDAY DINNERMr Texas after spending the
Study was taken from the 85th and Mrs David Kelly gavea
y smeared on a hotel front in Nimes, France, molested I thanked God for giving I us Psalm "Grant Us Thy Salvation" : connection with the estate of Miss birthday dinner Sunday In hon- H.month with her mother,

while a door on the Nazi headquarters near America."I Mildred Byerley' or of their daughter, Eunice and Mrs. 1... L. Conner
Rouen reported to bear the victory Mr. W. H. Griffin and Mr. M. Mamie.
was went home to my wife and kiddies. Tins WKKK S. Sapp were visiting the ted
sill'lAn ingenious method of spreading the of W. Morrow were business visitorsIn The guest. began arriving at of their nephew and
;ky My little boy, Douglas, came running' and Sunday August 10. Close 11 o'clock and at '1 o'clock thelast cousin,w
French who revival services, which started Gainesville Monday afternoon. row Alvarez of Vanderbilt
carried out 'peasants
V was by 'Hi take to the
said, Pop, you gonna me see arrived to find a large table day afternoon.
chalked the letter on -their hands and ribber?' August 3, under the leadershipof Miss''Virginia. Pickren andJames i out on the-rtum' ;'load**.w+th good 'om", ffiargaret
Rev, I. p. Murphy of Port Sa1p I'e
stamped it on German soldiers' uniforms "And I said 'Sure, Dough, I'll take you Orange and;:assisted by the pas- Pickren returned Monday things to eat. Two beautiful her home. Saturday a.?

from a slap on the back. to see the river.' tor. Rev. C, A. Warren of Ala- to Jacksonville after a few days birthday cakes centered the table. after a weeks' visit wlt I

Radio broadcasts from Britain sounded .I chua. Everyone Is Invited to attend visit with their parents Mr.,, and !,The meeting of old friends and brother and, Mr,
dt 'And we'll stand on the bridge and new acquaintances was enjoyed
any or ,all of the services.THERESSA Mra. J. J. Plckren.BOOTSEY'S. Mrs. J. C. Sapp, of Samptoa
q the Morse codesignal for V, threedots, and see the car cars Pop.' throughout the day. I Mrs. Edd Parrish, Mlim. ,

.one long sound, and the opening notes ofBeethoven's "Sure, Dough.: The guests present were. Mr. aldtne and Betty Jean Hand
k d' 'Fifth symphony three short ,. BEACHBy and Mrs. Warren Kelly and daughters I' Billie\ Harnage were vii
: 'Pop see the sun, look, see, Pop. It .By Mr*.. H. D. May Miss luito CrawfordMrs. Vonclle and Shirley Mrs ;Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae
short notes and a long on..were heard. window. Carrie Smith Miss Annie Mae
shines the
car cars family Pine Level Thun
Mrs. C. M. Brlnson and son, : Leona Taylor and daughter -
This new victory symbol is, if nothingelse Alvarez Mr. and Mrs; Harley Mc- afternoon.
"Yes, Dough, the sun's shining on all Burney, and wife of Miami were Dorothy, and Mrs. Hines of
Rae Mrs. Alice Oliver Mrs i Miss
an extremely clever British ruse to America.' visiting friends In Theressa over Lake City spent Sunday herewith Dorothy Norman i
Sarah Underhill, all of this sec .part of last week with HVeata
destroy German morale and an.effective rallying the week-end. Mr. and Mrs Frank Greene
"After our walk we came home and,, sat Mr. and Mrs. Chapman of Miami and family tion; Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Box and I and Odessa McRae at/
point to stimulate even greater resistance
daughter of Starke; Mr, and Mrs. Level.
down to veal chops, baked potatoes, fresh ylslted friends here Wednes- Mrs. Riley Strickland of Starke
t'' ;, in the hearts of peoples of conquered Baton Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keen
k beans and corn on the cob, I said spent a few days this week with
.. ; countries. It has given these people a new green day.Mrs. Lem Brown of Sampson City; Mr. son, Vanlce Jr., spent thew
Hilda Griffith and little her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. G.
grace with tears in my eyes. I'm so happy' and Mrs. John McKinney, Mar- end with Mr. Keene's moi
hope and a new unity for eventually de- I'm American. son. Donald have returned t o Johns. B'I gerette J. D.. Emily, and Miss Mrs H. H. Keene.
'' '' stroying Hitler's mastery over them. It has I Miami after a pleasant visit with Luther Chism was visiting l I Maude Eastman of Graham; Mr. Edd Parrish of Jackson

: brought nearer the day of liberation. "This afternoon we listened to a radio Mrs. Griffith's parents Mr. and bedside of Fletcher Canady and! Mrs. Berry Kelly and daughter spent Thursday night with

rebroadcast of British children, here in Mrs. A. L Sullivan. St. Vincent's Hospital In Jackson Corine, of Plant City; Mr. and wife, Mrs. Leila Parrlsh
In the United States followers of the
Our postmistress Mrs. Dickinson
ville Saturday. Mrs. John Crews of Lake Butler; J. B. Gaskins of Woodlawn
America talking to the parents in England,
cause have and daughter, Mrs G. W.
democratic enthusiasticallytaken Wlllard Gaskins was a visitor to Rev. Carl R. Leovitt and Mrs. A. visiting at the home of Mrs
_ up" slogan by pasting large and I was,,proud to' be an American. Garrett, were,shopping In, Starke Jacksonville last Monday. F. Hall and little daughter 'AI'- Keene Sunday morning.

Va on windows of homes and on automobile "Tomorrow III go to work. I work in Wednesday.Mrs Mattle Sibley and little Miss Ruth Murrhee of Jack della, ,of Jacksonville; and Mr. A large crowd from this
sonville spent the week-end with and Mrs. William Hog a n of attended the funeral of
and I love .
windshields. The letter was even the an electrotype foundry my job.I daughter; Ruth, apent the past Starke.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Underhill Friday afternoon i
motif at a dedication'ceremony and reception made it In fact, from errand boy to' '"production week with Mr. and Mrs L. SIb- Murrhee. Dyal Cemetery.

i at the Norwegian Legation in Washington manager in two years. I had ideas [ley of PUtman Hall. Fred Johns w a a a visitor to SCHOOL OPENS
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Geiger Rising elementary school opened
D. C. As a theme, paper napkins had and I told the boss about I" them. He's an and little daughter of Gainesville Jacksonville Monday, I Monday with a large attendance.

the symbol printed on one 'corner, and a American. spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. HIGHLAND Arthur McRae Is principal and PHILLIPS ELECTSiq

large V made of evergreens was hung from "Tonight, before going 'to bed, I told : J. J. Ziegler By Miss Beth Wlmberly Mrs. Cleo Andrews and Miss
M. T. Zeigler and family of Beverley Cady are assistant teach SERVICE
the ceiling of the Legation. The insignia my wife, 'Honey, I'm going to buy a large Jacksonville spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ray andA. ers.

proclaimed Norway's determined spirit to flag and hang it out the window Friday. here with Mr. and Mrs. J.. J. E. Boney of Lawtey were Eld. W. E. Hall filled his Electrical Contractii

carry on until the home country has been The President wants every one to pledge Zelgler. visitors here Saturday. ular appointment here reg-
released from Nazi domination.Of allegiance to a new and united America. T. B Trlest and Ben Loper Miss Cleo Norman 'and Miss night. Sunday and Sunday night and Repairing
were business
.visitors to Starke Kathleen
course, writing the letter V on doors And Honey, I'm going to do my part, because Saturday. from a two Hardee week's returned visit with Sunday and with Mrs. Hall, left Monday LIGHT POWER
and walls and playing the first four notes I'd rather ,be an American than anything Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore of and Mrs. Cecil Hardee at Calla- In morning a meeting for Atmoore there. Ala., to be

of the Fifth Sympohny will not break any else on earth.' Mrs Belle D.Glade W are visiting Mr. and han.Mr Friends of Woodrow Alvarezare Phone Law dey

'. ,' ,.Moore for awhile. and Mrs. O. W. Marr and sorry to hear of his illness !
"/. -...jii<.,( .. ,. "

J t\:; : Brooker Brevities Fla.daughter Mrs., Carolyn C. D., and Johnson Miss Marguerite and- la9l' ,y'''.,..,

Johnson spent a few days

with Mrs. Crosby and family last w' '
By Mrs. L. L. rarker SCIIOOL OPENS HERE week. .

MRS. STARLING DIES The Brooker school opened Mon- Mrs. W. H. Hinton 1. visiting C

Mrs. 57 died day with 1 many patrons and relatives In Jasper. taste
Cary Starling ,
friends attending. The Rev. C. .
early .Saturday morning 'at the A. Crosby delivered a very appropriate Mr and Mrs. A. A. Hazen of The
horn of her son-ln-luw, Carl address which was ap- Gainesville were visiting! relatives
Hough, after an illness of nearly here Sunday. .
preciated by all., Clyde Kelley,
two years. Mrs. Starling was school board member, and Hugh Mr\. and Mrs. G. E McGauley

born In Alachua County but had i U. Crosby made Interesting talks and family were visitors here charms
made this her home for the past!\ I
I and gave helpful Information. The Monday. that
20 She Is survived two
_ years. faculty for the year consists of Mrs. Amy McCormick of Jacksonville
sisters, Mrs Mary Feagle, and
Mm. Daisy I Fisher principal, was visiting her brother,
Mrs. Jessie of LaCrosse
Kirby ,
Mrs. W. M. Phillips. Mrs. Loca Russell Green and family last
and 'four h I II
c dren airs Carl cloys
Whitten, Mrs. Rubylea Hall. Mrs. week.
Hough, Mrs. Grimes, Mrs.
M a 1 v a Harrell, Miss Madeline
The farmers here never
Charlie Fowler and Thelma LeeStarling. are very busy and
Crosby and Mrs. Nevada, Palmer. this "week getting their tobaccooff .
After the general assembly the to market.
Funeral service were held at P. T. A. met In the auditorium
Mr and Mrs. Mph Hazen of
Antloch church Saturday afternoon for a business session, electingthe (
I' Orlando were visiting relatives
with the Rev. G. E. McCauley following officers. Mrs. Clyde
here last weekend.Mrs. .
and with'
officiating Wilson \ Kelley president; Mrs. Emory

Funeral Home of Lake CityIn Hazen vice-president; Mrs. H. H Pitt Pinkerston of Wllllsion rN

charge. I Howard secretary. The next P.- was visiting her mother .

REVIVAL MEETINGThe T. A. meeting will be held on the Mrs. Mary Green recently. oo

Dedan Baptist Church announces I regular date, Wednesday before I Ii Mr. and Mrs. ''1'. VV. Markey. \ or

that It has secured the i' the first Monday at which timea I Martha Evelyn Markey, and Mrs.

Rev. O. E. McGauley of Melrose program by Mrs. Hall will be Mary Green were shopping In

to conduct a series, of revival presented. Refreshments will be Gainesville Wednesday.The .

meetings. Services began Monday served. All members are urgedto Fred Hazens have returned

night. August 4 and will continue be present. From a two weeks' vacation at

through, thin week. You.are Sam Molt and Mia Mary Mott I Swan Lake.

urged to attend and help make were In Mlcanopy Sunday. Miss Minnie'Lou Hazen spent last
I -
thla a meeting long to be remom- Mr. and Mrs. week-end with relatives in Rai-
Carl Wand and \
bered.Well !Irs. Guy Plnholster were visiting I ford.Mr. b- Pause
and Mrs. Merrill Edwardsof
folks they're here again. relatives here taut week.
The Hill I Dimes will be at the Misses Betty and Ruth Gregory Starke were visiting Mr. and Go refreshed \

school auditorium Friday night, of Pennsylvania are visiting their Mrs. }L. H. Howard Sunday.

August 8. Come and bring all aunt Mrs. Fred flaxen and famIly Miss Collette Hill of Knox- '.
E the kiddles. There will be fun this week. vine Tenn., was visiting her

for every one Mrs. Mann Hazen and Mrs. V grandparents :Mr. and Mrs. Edwards rte

a Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Crosby and V Hazen were In Gainesville last recently.Collections _

children were In Jack pnvill Wed week.A I You'll welcome Ice-cold Coca-Cola Just a* often and as surely
1 nesday. The'children enjoyed large group of people from I GoodC.

seeing the different animals at here t attended revival services. at ai thirst comes.You taste Its quality,the quality of genuine good-
the New River Church last week. A. Knight County Tax Col-
zoo. Mr. nets. Ice-cold Coca-Cola gives you the taste that charms and never
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of and Mrs. Larson Mints of lector, reports that more than 90
Jacksonville cloy. You the feel of '
were week-end guestsof get complete buoyant refresh
Starke were visitors here Satur percent of the personal taxes in
Mrs. Mlnti's parents, Mr. and
the County under the ment. Thirst asks nothing more.
day.Mr. Mra. L R. Gainey. 1M1 law,

and Mrs. Henry Coleman of i Mrs. L. B. Crosby and daughter have already been paid and It la

Gainesville\ were visitors here have returned from a two likely that before the end of August '

Tuesday. weeks' vacation lu Greensboro. all will be In hand. -. STARKEsCOCA-COLACBOTTLINONCO. trust its quality



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( growth around l\l. QMudet'N neck if, Now for the tnllo'uA 'fuMhtv-nlglnit.. 'pnx, tmI'M ,,,

w 811.1.Mr*. U1'tI.\ Is. the fauna fuwp-bovtl effect tlaiiilrt connolcn .self.. with UK thought ': f y '

aw13+w once popular among, beau brummrU of that nn longer will bAl droop dankly Into "i <

[hew! It's hot at 'Blandlng' ., ,, 1'\''t. Gerard'. 2.rPvt.. Grtudet gazes thoughtfully at lengthy S., The die H cast! Tim ,Sunday afternoon WorM War t day; *. ryes while' 'playing soft-ball or .w ImmIn 1(. ::; [TO S

liudft (homo WeNtbrooU, Me.) finds the locks in mirror. Wonder how he'" look witha and nuvit" bust. evchnivci; .' --- ., ,0;;", ..".,,,_ S fcttl
barber ..hol* are rlowO.; .','t. / t lawst:
Hummer haul to take; Htudlea with "butch." The only long-liitlml man left In
lurhlii GatKlet looks. up a friend, I*. K. C. J
Lrest Life magazine's recent recomnwnLi th 103rd Infantry Band, hU tent mate havebeen Lewis. Dahk>m, who "out hairlike i'i'''i

a |>it>f<-n lonal." Thin is l. that tlwMi
of crew hair-cut MI effective mule threatening to t>h<*ar him themselves. Oh '.\
<>n .
lvt. Dalilem see{ murmur "Oh, tj i
titiod of 'eating the heat. well ., boy! Let me lit him! l'rt' ,i.I ft.,


recently, and believes that he has '
1YIT r OUR FARMERS now solved the mystery. Bob Jones"\) t eH"e a

._ __ 'J; *J w "iII
G. L. Sapp who cultivates 30aCl'u 1i
M. Phillips who lives eight always to be ready to defend It fA
of an 80-acre plot of ground '
,west of Starke on 400 acres, self. Comments On Here
at Hellbronn-Springs, In speakingof '
of which are under cultlva-:| "I don't want to express my the war Saturday afternoon, I And Hereafter S't y ii\\ r

has 100 cattle, three horses opinion about Hitler," he con- said: "I don't think there will be I***'
.75 chicken, All little children have curiosity. ;
between 50 and I It ilMt *,
it. I don't believe '
tinued. "Hitler has done to Roosevelt anything to
around 16 acres tl cotton They want to' known sings.' It lea :f now .fi
in things that didn't the United States will ever get 4'.d s asI
,1 think /
Which he expects to eet tout wonderful things to reach out { w fret
into it much more than It already ells i iwsq
this year.. He used to raise Roosevelt would ever take. JIe after knowledge Yet knowledge "
Is. But If it does, we will
20 to 30 bales, he said Sat-' has just, told Roosevelt 'hands win beyond the shadow of a la not the most important thingIn Ym Iee 'a a ,s '
yaftemoon. He also hlW ,3.2, off of certain life. Adam and"Eve "fell for
things. I couldn'ttake doubt. I always said old Hitler
of tobacco; also peanut, I II I I that. I don't think Roosevelt didn't have a chance In the worldto that Idea" in the Cfarden of Eden. Mrl I Y rht R !,\{ Mft.a
It beans and strawberries. The most Important thing In this 1. y
I (r win the war, and I still think f
to have let 'doI
In the Germany world la to do the will of God. "
[weather was dry h" +
and It is too wet now he I I what she has done. Just because so. But we will not get in ex- Adam and Eve did not think so. la. HlAMorn snip hungrily In the lush front growth 7. At long L..t the "butch" brglns to take shape i, aenn4Y In
those nations were little and They said. "Eat the fruit though that Pvt a.udt has carefully groomed for from the hirsute mass that once > e
no men. It doesn't look like It waved
think I'll make enough to helpless I don't think she ought God said 'Do not eat It'." yearn. He' never had a crew Cut before, proudly from Pvt. Oawlet'a -howl, "' ewc/
will last long, either
to jump on them. I think we are S e r wistfully. asks barber how long It'll lake. to that draft coming from,". M Mikit at neck i-
|out there, though, he con- our brother's keeper. Germany '
The of the world have grow out again. l b'ollM\a completely afr-Jr-rondlUon i,a h
terrible m e n f
d, "It's such a pro- has always been noisy and a hard- Earnie Sutherland who works *?
to get labor. First came boiled .people. We've already on M. F. Wiggins' 250-acre farm sought and acquired knowledge. .. ,1 0tl fctair- '

Iion which paid 40c perI whipped Germany once and at New River, raises corn, pea- There has never been a time of 'k ... j """" t, t
I can't meet those wages." should never have allowed her to nuts, velvet beans, 'sweet corn such world-wide knowledge. The ,-, ''\ nMha

Id whether Camp Blanding organize that kind of government and peas.Regarding'. average person knows a little 'g kAyfv' ,,:' ,'..,l<'
had bad effect on the about a great many different j
again. I shouldn't take my big the war situation,
question Mr. Phillips re- double-team and run over a little Mr. Southern said: "As to my [ things. Plain ordinary Americans I "Ct, rtallt."+ ', i rlhw+ I Ia
know well what Is
"I of Camp Blan- pretty 'today
approve one. knowing, I don't know, but I hope W lI
this golrjg on In all parts of the world. : a
t think country ought
we will continue like we are going ,
5, n
Most of read .M I
us pie
I I papers.
E. A. Green, whose farm home -continue to win. As I heard (
FOR CITY C'OftfCII Many of us get tile news I r r
anT <>( my friends have re- Is near Hellbronn Springs reports over the radio., 'We're In the war, every ;U JiU!i''
... few hours radio./ Of
over the can
d that I offer my servicesof '
know it. I
that one day recently he but the people don't b IM
e. the new Councilmen to ,
course, much of the news we get :
Iwted on !September 9th and I I killed 13 possums of the "O" don't think anything at all of urea"C h
( that I may be of Dome aerto variety. One old mother Hitler I hope they don't ever ,, In not news, ; It In. propaganda." But i4 rr ,'11 .0
my native City, I take possum we know pretty well what is goring ,
i mane of announcing; that Im.r possum and an even dozen little come over here. I'd much rather (' ;S
the rare for Councilman three four weeks old on over there and fight them on. Knowledge covers
ones, or go a
.1 I to the will of the voter of
earth, but It In not the sort ,
'member 9th. Your vote andrt were the victims. Mr. Green had any time than to have them come ;'
In I knowledge: that can save use We 4wr 1 .ar
earnestly aoli<'lted I
been missing quite a few biddies : over here. 'I I aw+ I
read In the Bible about a day 1 +
of God shall c .t
when "the knowledge ''r1
cover the earth as the waters III ( ? 1
; ulaI
cover the sea.

C e e { ,Mp
It Is knowledge of God<<1 the fLIP

A world needs. Men are strangely ? Y.lanrjl

Ignorant of God. "Man by his
1 1J
r wisdom knew not God," so the 's1/

Book teaches. "Who by searching ,(' In
rtel '
can find out God ?" Is a question ft. j(

that has come down through the H

7 ages. How can we"-get to God "?1 $. Just. a few flnlftlilng tou'he.t ... 9. Ilacor blade around edge .' ... ,ar t tI
We cannot even reach the moon !':Ii
.. ,.. ;
that lights up our earth at night w" .u -? oj :: i l\I\ *t t *

No one can visit Mars, a planet ,', ,I ,
v' r
that Is comparatively close to our 4'' ar p u.
I I earth. How can man climb J. 1, Meliat .IMr.M
I through this. universe to the I I pr

LIGHT throne of God"? Yet men talk C N' ns
Th I in Yer
about a "quest for God. God \
Is finite. It U not .-
Infinite. Man I
very easy for an Infinite God to IJq

make Himself known to finite
men. It... absolutely Impossiblefor *nB -

a finite man to discover an rnroyw.i.t
Infinite God. j ?

S e .,w, tr.l I) +
.. *. t edaden.
"? It stands to reaion if there I.a Is ...- TTT' 9n f :

God (and the writer doe not + Jl

say "If" with any question In his '1 I,
mind) Wbo created! tab universe .
and Who Is Infinite-m Intelligence : ad b
and Who created intelligent: beings wd rw.r
and put them I>nlhl. planet, '

MEAT MARKET >; that such a God wouWmake\ some I "' \1 t 1s

Y.9, provision by which He might & ee ,... w' Claw
1 4 municate with these .
r <> .' rMyy
1sa creature That In what God com-I "'1! R Rar
r m l ,
j a He gave us the Bible, .:.j!, ... l'f"I' r" ftM

the only Book that ha* ever been .. -- -.-...- S j" _.. ......_....-.-......i.I:;_J- \
written that tells'us what God' I ) +

will la. It man cannot find the 10. And hero' in Ute finished'' product: -rear. view. II. To hl.. great relief, Umnonlze.l Pvt. Gaudet : .

will of God between the lids of Pvt Gaudrt actually lout an rune or 100 of finds crow cut dmwiTt look half bail After :1'4 rHW

the Bible then there 1* no revela- weight, but It f i> III a like pounds to him. alit; wonders why he never tuul one before k ?er sal

pendable cheap electric service tion of God's will which baa ever Compare shorn nrrk here with upboUtrvedrttfft & "Haaay Won't It be easy t. waoh ,,my /u

f w to man. No. 1. hair," !he grin
If is on the job. Light conditioning been given C r e i0 In picture "' + 1 ,

reduces glare and harsh shadows does God give u* His s.a
Not only been a Christian since i I was become like God In a pursuit of School at 10 A. M. arMorning i
family's eyesight will In the Bible, but He, In the I ,.
helps protect your knowledge.
Person of HI. Son came down to eleven year old. I bave lived worship 11 A. M. {The rodfl aSar

I and brings out the full I this earth by way of the body ofa good part of this life In contact /hodl81 ChurchThe I Pastor's subject at that service''& '1'

t beauty of home furnishings. Your virgin and became incarnate. So with educated as well as uneducated will be: "The Major Constituents! .; w.d nil
said "He that hath seen people who have Christian which of Uf.. I d
I Jeso Youth Caravan week, 'ptr+ ,
We're oft Your Service! home COD benight conditioned for hath seen the Father." If you faith. I have never known any il.t1.
me closed of the The
Sunday, was one Young People'.
1 knew the Bible Y"tDl't'I!
what God la like man who really .
$2.50 room.ILEnRiniLISLHJAP wish to know '
low will be 7
as P. M.
as Church ban in- All
aDd'electricity fine things the young
Switch click look at Jesus. Jesus was "God who did not believe It. And all people ,15 /y r
know the Bible accept: cluded InIt program. Those attending are not In other service '
flood manifest In the flesh 'Tin Him who really ;Iii
goes to work Whether you I are cordially' Invited to .r
the varied Join In
dwell all the fulness of the Godhead unequivocally the virgin birth l I greatly enjoyed the service.The 1 a s"IM t
your horn with brilliant glareless bodily." The writer can deity of Christ, the vicarious events. All who missed the young "(+ earN

light perishable meats understand how some people blood atonement, and the bodily people and the prog..m.wblch. evening worship at 6,, ,o'. "
or might doubt some thing that are resurrection of the Lord Jesus they led mlmiedi a great deal. It clock will conclude the, service (''I" 1>ha l lI lr

ale in the modern market, de generally accepted but, he hasnever Christ. To my mind, a man who' Is felt that the church will note of the day. The Pastor"subject.In ;
Bible the result of the week's "
understand doubts the authority of the good
been able to the evening will1' ber '''Urf ..
could and the deity of Oirikt baa an program for a long time to come. -- {p't
Intelligent person
how offered And al
any *
doubt the fact that the Bible Is Intellect clouded by Satan thegod ]I For the services next Sundaythe Prayer** *' g

D E A R 1 the Word of God and that Jesus of the world who made Adam church extends a cordial Invitation Prayer Service are held ,each".. w.;

t Christ U ,the Son of Cod. I have and Eve believe that they might to all ....vlce.. Church Wednesday 8 P. M. t."

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man presided over the business Mr. and Mr. L. E. Terry haveas Mr. and Mr. II. A, Carlton Mr. R. B. Wear -

.11fi! l) SOCIETY'and CLUBS session and at this time an offering their guests this week at their spent the week-end in Ocala In Ohio arrived In Starke ot tin

of 10.85: WM made for I Kingstey-Beach home Mrs.:Terry the home of Mr. .Carlton's July 31, to make her TbIll1di

local'work and six dollars was mother. Mr. C. H. Anderson, and brother-in-law,and sister.Mr. and Mrs Wear on her way horne '

Circle No. Three Chicken Pie SupperMrs. Methodist Circles paid on state pledge. Mrs. I. P. her sister Margaret, and brother Mrs. H. M. Hampton.. Another stoPped at Fort Knox Un, <
} Have Shepherd Invited the circle to Tommy Anderson all of Meridian visit her son. Pvt ky
Baptist W. M. S. Interesting sister was also there-Mrs. Roy Robert W
Titus Olson, chairman of for Eo ,
hold the with Miss. several
meeting of Arcadia. Mr. days.
Hampton Mr
Meetings'This Week -
circle number of the Woman'sSociety and
Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. her. f oT Silver Wear have rented II,
attorney the
of Christian Service of the social Mr. and Mrs.. G. C. Bates and being old Wall ne.Y B
the : Mrs.
Circle Number During period
M.. U. met Monday afternoon with of the Springs, they received passe to residenceMIMEOGRAPH on
I Methodist church, has announcedthat Woman's Society of ChristianService Hutto Introduced her daughter.Inlaw three children, of We s t Palm I Wallul
various attraction
Mrs W. G. Strlngfeltow at the the at the
her circle will have a cblck- who have been guests of
met Monday afternoon at Mrs. TiJlman Hutto a Beach,
State Farm. Mrs J. L. Llnsee en-pie supper,tonight (Friday) at the home of Miss Kate Strutb, recent bride wfco has come here Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, ,left Springs, Including: the milking of : P.p R:
the snake and the scenic
1Aw was received as a new member at the Educational Building next to : N. C., photo per ftem-BRADFORD
with Mrs. W. 0. Hall a* Joint to make her.;. ome. The hostess, Tuesday for Highlands, boat rides t'Q ,
z this time., the church, from 6 to 8 o'clock. hostess. A variety of petunia assisted,,\>:y,Sharon Hall, Frankle where they will spend the. remainder TELEGRAPH.
f Mrs. H. L. Brownlee presided Price fifty cents and the pro- were used brighten the living Morgan and Mrs.:"Tlllman Hutto of the summer.

In the absence of the leader, Mrs ceeds will be used to help pay room where the guest were served ,,lemonade... ., Ice'eream and HUNGRY ?
W. B. Alexander;! She was as for Improvements that have been seated wafers.. -- The case., of Mrs. W. E. Thorn

sifted in the devotional by Mrs. JH. : made at the parsonage.StruthAultman Mrs. L. D. Green and Miss Circle Number Three ton VB., Andrew' Cooey growing IF SO TRY THE GUIDON GRILL

j Lord, Mrs. H. ,L., Hough, Mrs I Struth conducted the 'devotional Mrs. Paul'Hudglns was hostess out of an automobile collision at YOU'LL FIND OUR SEA

B. D. Law Mrs. L. U. Morgan, service, after which Mr* Titus to Circle. ,Three, at her home on the intersection of Madison and FOODS
.i"t ),{n. E. W. Owen and Mrs. R. Olson reviewed an article from I Temple'Avenue., 'Summer flowers Court streets a few week ago- ARE THE BEST MONEY CAN
''' x M H. Cox. Articles were read from Miss Ftlselle Aultman of Jacksonville the World Outlook The circle I were used for decoration and soon was compromised before the'opening BUY. ALSO DELICIOUS STEAKS

the Home Mission,. Magazine.A .. and Merrill Strutb. son chairman Mrs. Olson, presided I after the arrival of the guests of County Court, Judge E. K. CHOPS AND CHICKEN ,
business meeting followed of Mrs.; W. H. .Strutb of/.$tarke.we're over the business session and at a dessert was served. I IMn. Perryman stated Wednesday.Mrs. DINNERS.
Y ; after which the hostess served a married on July 1ft in a I i
this time plans were made for 'D. P Carpenter presidedover Guidon
M 44M delicious salad course. quiet ceremony at the Murray placing flowers In the church for I the"meeting and conducteda 1 GrillNext

.t, 'M The meeting place for September Hill Methodist Church In Jacksonville this month. It wa decided that devotional' service. Mrs W. B. W. J. Chandler spent Sun :

1 ber was not decided upon. I the circle would. give a chicken- Sewell talked on the subject of day in Griffin. Ga., visiting her I Door To Courthouse

; Y ti This circle has charge of the :Mr. .Struth la employed by the pie supper Friday evening. August Vashtl School at Thomasvllle, Ga. sister, Mrs. H. B. Montgomery. ,
? program and flowers for the State Road Department and 8th a t the Educational Mrs. Sewell had often visited this Mrs. A. S. Talley who accompanied

church during,August. works out of Jacksonville. Building next to the church. Proceeds school and, therefore, gave first- I 14..... Chandler remained

141 I to be used to help pay off hand information as'to Its worth. in Griffin and will spend sometime

'Ian t' Junior Woman's Club : Young Matrons' Circle Indebtedness for Improvements at A foreign missionary review was I with her daughter Mrs.

_ I the parsonage. Refreshments of given by Mrs. EL.:- Williams. Montgomery. b e.f ore returning '
chi The Junior Woman's Club will The young matron's circle of 'sandwiches and Iced tea were During the business ''session It home.. ,
hold its I the Baptist W M. S. will meetat decided* MOTOR TUNtFOKD
regular monthly meeting served., was to see personallyeach '
Wednesday evening, August 13, the home of Mrs. H. L. Hough Circle Number Two circle member and ask for Mr. and Mrs D. C. Hill and

at 8 o'clock In the reception room Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. I... S. Hutto and daughter, an offering:to help pay for indebtedness children of Houston Texas spent
of the' Woman's Club Building. After the devotional and business Mrs. Shelley Hall were joint Incurred b e c a use of several days of this week with

All members are urged to attend. meeting, they will go to Hampton hostesses to circle two, at the Improvements' made at the par- Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mr. and ; !
M Lake where Mrs. Hough and Mrs. ,
home of the former. The devo- sonage. :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. They'are _
One Wiggins will be hostesses to tional service was led by Miss The circle was pleased to wel- spending a vacation in Florida -J--
lunch and swim :Mr*. ficoolpl'oof: equipment
a picnic I
and from here went to
used her sub- Mrs. Per- Daytona
Olive Ray who as come as a new member
Clyde Nell Fountain announced Beach. Mrs. Hll) 1 la Mrs. Brown'lee's eliminates chance in motor
ject "Trust In God. Miss Amelia reault, who has recently movedto
I checli-upi; i in moderaSenice,
Tuesday Ray had charge of the programand Starke. Mr. Perreault is man nice
apt Nl, Ijy i iR,1 used material taken from the ager of the recreational centerat'll know ia
Vonda Thelma RitchMr. Methodist Woman and the World the American Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Love left advance what the labor and ma.
,, Tuesday for a short trip, to Horn- serial ion will be. Let ui put
I. -
Outlook. Mrs. P. Shepherd
and Mrs. :Marks Ritch an-
I) gave an interesting review of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis Mrs. aeaasa Springs, where they have your car in jam-up running t>(-
nounce the birth of a daughter- home and foreign mission work, E. K. Perryman and son, Comer I recently bought forty acres of eI... Drive la today<<
Vonda Tbelma July I
/f'4' -on Friday I
Y i1cl: 25, In the Alachua County Hos- ,and Mrs. S. S. Dowling also Interestingly Ferryman, left 'yesterday' for property and on which they are
at Gainesville. reviewed "Adversity North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. I building 'a home. ,Mr. and Mrs.
pital Kindles the Flame of Christian Davis will spend two weeks In Love expect to move about September .

Love'" Mrs William Blair read Asheville; arid' Mrs. Perryman i 1st., when their home will'
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. :Mundy and
,.,.,... an article on "World Chaos and and son 'will visit. Dr. and Mrs. be completed. .
Mr. Houston left -Tuesday
411,; :Missionary Survival. C. F. Sayles.:.,..t Little Switzer SEE US
,.. I. Every light for a short trip. Mrs. Mundy is Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, circle chair- land. J Mr. L. W. Koch and daughter,
( stopping In Atlanta to purchase Mrs. Paul Hudglns, will leave FORMOST
wire is a new fall hats for her shop and Saturday for Arcadia. Monday

'I' Mr. Houston and Mr. Mundy are Mr Koch and Mr. Hudglns will :
possible fire going on to South Carolina fora ,
join them there and early Tues- ECONOMICALSERVICE
visit with friends and relatives.Mr. Carolyn Callstreet 4 '
starter e day morning Mr. and Mrs. Hud

.lq gins and Mrs., Hudgln's brother
and Mrs. L. A. 'Canova, Bill will
Koch leave by automo-
Are insured? gave a family dinner party Sunday -
+ you bile for a two-weeks' vacation In
+ at one o'clock at the Canova Well folks Bill Jones (assistant mgr. of new
Lake. The Ours Callstreeters have caughtthe City Drug fountain) got a vaca- California. They will go the
Charley E. Johns cottage table was on spread Klngsley under the shade maneuverin' fever from Camp tion so he could go home to his Southern route and return by the

facIng Blanding Never have I heart mother In Tallahassee City Northern route, visiting many
ot oak and magnolia tree
AgencyStarke luttly'trips beln also baa places of interest.on Andrews Motor Co.
the lake and a most enjoy- of so many Drug a new soda man- I
Florid able time was had by all the planned, all in one season If Mr. Carl McCranlo of O'vllle .
guests. From out-of-town there everybody goes whose talk In* Miss Ruth McKelvey Is now No.; now. Uncle George ..... You'rea
119 Eat Call Street :were: Mr. and Mrs. George C. about It C-Streetera will be corn- 1 table girl of City Drug Miss lively young fellow an' Just STARKE. FLORIDA

Telephone .- '_. IS White France White, Mrs. E. R. In' "round the North Carolina Opal May I la also table girl for can't keep your feet still when I

.oIIU.>. : ', Marvhburn, and Nona. Claire!, mountains in such. droves they'll C. D.-Sbe Is better known as you hear good music but there'sa
'' 'h' Marshburn all of Tallahassee., stumble all'over'each other .. '* Sunny ,< .,,Mr-,end Mrs. Leonard limit to what even. Carolyn. I ,
I Guess the fact.: that most all local- Klnchen enjoyed a refreshing Call treet WUl believe -
ites have rented their Klngsley swim at the lake Tuesday afternoon -

New Store Hours cottages accounts for the whole- George* Hill spent the Rumor's around that there I AnnouncingThe
sale migration 'Sgot me klnda week-end, in Gainesville with his might be a dance at the Armory I

August 18 1941 worried for fear.I might be "man mother an' family,-This Is Dog- soon Hope It's true .' Much
r Effective euvered" right out of a job.. house Hill singing off So long as I love these affairs for soldiers Opening OfGuy's

Monday Through Friday Hard enuff to keep a line on till next time it would .be grand to have

Open From 8:00 A. M. folks when they're right here at one Jus' for Starke natives an'

Y To home-but when they cross the Walter WlnebeU reports that newcomers again t The first MarketFormerly'
state line, even Carolyn falls Judy Canova "supposed: to be reunion since the.President's Ball
: 6:30 P. M.
BO ashamed of her recent Honolulu and a swellegant idea. Bays your
SaturdayOpen HltM-of-the-Heek! M a r j o r 1 e elopement and ',quick verdict to (reminiscent)
1 ssususrlo Stump's hanky hair-do ., Too dump It, that she won't discuss -Carolyn. ( Benny's Grocery & Market)

? From 8:00 A. M. intricate to explain '. You'll It, even with chums" J. E. In New Olson Bldg. So. Walnut St.

To have to see it Lula Red- Denmark and Judy McRae hard M Ex e...Acid causes
grave's French braids Ver be- ening their manly physiques by FREE, J'OUp.lna FOOD STORES
9:00 P. 111.l com In' LIl Sternberg's dazzlln' hod-carrying on the Fla. Theatre Ulcers inflation. "We will appreciate the continued pat-
l ,
ruby ring On her right project-all for tlte cause of Bloating.,Heartburn Belching,
hand Dot Powell's new dia football .jbrack-of-the-week: : Nausea,get a free sample UDGA ronage of all our old customers, and ex

-.....,..._'"..,..._.,.,....,.,..."............,....,....... 'WIWIIIa11WINNINNIIWYNPIWIIWIWIIIWI.IWIIYWIIINIIIRIIaala. "' '. .. .. ' mond-a birthday gift Monogrammed A kitchenette' Is a narrow' aisle and a tree Interesting booklet at tend most codial ''welcome to all our
yellow blinds on the betweenv 'gatVVttve'> and a can "
new Wimberley home Mar of tomatoes.-. ,,.Bob (Army Y, CARPENTER'S!: DRUG STORE ,new customers. _GUY SALE, Owner

: garet and Kap Duncan's new station M. C:<, A.) ,V'jwr hopes the city
PHRKT wagon Wanda Pearce'sand will cut down ,that rag weed on '
Barbara Keen's charmin' N. Walnut St. before he starts' WANTED TO INTERVIEW INFORMAL OPENING FRIDAY

strings of beads, made from sneezln' Coach Bill Stephens

H E R T R E watermelon seeds and cantaloupeseeds I has exchangedhis football helmet Free Lemonade all Saturday!
respectively Seems for one of Uncle.l Sam's caps .. Two or Three Young Ladies day

5TRRKEFLDRIDflModern Wanda had a little tuff luck withtier's We'll certainly miss him ? Who are High School graduates -
She'd been savin seeds c
_____ and Touch Typists BANANAS 4 Pounds _____ lSc
for weeks and had the lengthy Can you feature Mayor Noon With, tow 'to training and ____ _
And Up-To-Date 'Theatre With Perfect Sound string half complete .when a Wainwright and Red Monteith officiating employing them 19c
greedy rat came along one night at a "barn dance weddinc" POTATOES, 10 Pounds _.____ _
WEE KBEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 10 and ate ,the hull thing up! .
s at the Nlte Owl las' Sat- ,See Mr. May, Manager'
tiday night\'?-'.:... Well that' Jus' GARDEN PEAS, 3 Cans ___ .___ ,
Sunday Monday-August 10 & 11 Pardon the Poetry Department what happened when Margaret WESTERN UNION TELE-

"EACH DAWN I DIE" Caldwell became thee bride of Wallace GRAPH COMPANYWe CORN, 3 Cans ____....___-_______ 25c
With James Cagney and George Raft You'll have to admit that ole Kuhn at 10:39: o'clock .

WheelerIs The dance-floor was cleared 'and PEACHES, Halves. No. 2 1-2 Can .,-I5e 1
cert'nly a terrible speller. i .
Mayor Noon ably assisted by
Tuesday, August 12 He's even more windy Seal ''!!\k...1)fonteltb, I5c
Boy' ((10 ,
; Super Suds :Small 2 For
"CURTAIN CALL"With Than ex-Colonel Llndy called because he was appointed to Wash Your Car For ; ........._ __ _

Barbara Read and Alan Mowbr/iy/ An' boy. that's beln a carry the ,,JusUce-of-peace-) I 75c Super Suds Large 2'For 3Sc
squealer! I performed the ceremony ?- -" -

I Ahhh.t romance .. .One of those If It Rains Again In 24
Wednesday, Thursday August 13 &: 14 Ha! Competition Seems foursomes'seen '
I|double-dating I
"COME that '" .Hours We!" Will Wash It MARKET SPECIALSFRESH
LIVE WITH ME" George (Doghouse) Hill- frolicking along the boardwalk aJax

With James Stewart and Iledy[ Lamarr demon soda jerker at Canova'a: ( Beach Sunday; Sadie Prince. Again FREE
has turned to columnying during Ida Sternberg. S. O. .Denmark. '
his too-frequent spare moments Buck Crawford HAMBURGER Pound 19c 1
? -
Friday, August 15 since the soldiers went Louisiana I DRIVE IN AND LET US ,

"JENNIE"With hay-ridln Every now an' I Course Camp Blending has beena FILL YOUR TANK WITH FRESH BEEF'' LIVER, Pound 29ct
Virginia Gilmore and William Henry then he pecks out a typewritten big help In lot of ways (see
bulletin from the latest issue of I THAT POWERFUL COUNTRY' Pound
i marriage record In Judge ROLL BUTTER j
which I gleaned the followin' tidbits man's office l ,
Saturday August 16-DoubJe 'Feature'No. ), but It perry-I
: Mr. W. S. Rivers SHELL GAS
1-", Tall, Dark and Handsome"With Tuesday for his second registered year college over spoiled Klngsley the romance.'Stead of PORK CHOPS Pound ___ __ __ _

Cesar Romero at the U. of F. Canova comln up oven tie' mysterious YOU'LL' GET MORE 19c19c I
will be minus COLD CUTS: Assorted Pound .
a good soda man shadows of old Black Creek. .!MILES PER GALLON _
No. 2-"The Cheyenne Kid" Mrs. Dick (Agnes Tucker), Brother1 Moon now'rises behind a
Powell still thinks married life !1swunnerful prosaic* 'aiu nlnua lnte4 GUARANTEED EGGS Dozen
With Jack Randall -]> water ,
Miss Ann Cock- tank! Romance fugttt! .
field. No. 1 Table Girl at Can- Course Bob 23<
MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY, AUG. 16, 11 P. M. ova's .is leaving Monday for her still"thrill Long to the sight Jacq-Andrews but- GOODYEAR Round Pound __ ___ _

"INVISIBLE GHOST" week'a vacation.. Miss Virginia anything would look 20c
Spooner Is leaving Monday for state of mind ,
her home in Virginia (the nameof L AND BATTERIESGAINES ""
s -
a.RRRaNa1v the town was not mentioned))) Hear Uncle> George N..... 73- HALF OR WHOLE
Miss Ellen Mersereau of this TENDER 29c
year-old Theres a-Ite went sighteeln CURED HAMS .
city, who has been ;
spending art In an airplane last Satur-

PbatsphaatI exUnddand VERY extended I'll vacation say agatn-a In Jax.: day "While up there" Uncle SERVICE STEW BEEF. 2 Pounds __ ..
George vows !"I decided I could
Is scheduled to return home today fly the plane myself so I flewIt STATIONOn ALL-MEAT

a +I (I hope) ; Well, well from Theresna back to the airport Temple Ave SKINLESS I9cPAGE
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rBITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs Edna Futch returned to r Mr. and Mrs R. F. Dem-rent Mrs. O. R, Crosby the correspondent I I Mr" A. F. Saalu left 'Tu .day f"
her home In New Smyrna Wednesday wlll Angeles whew &he 'i
\ have aa their guests for two for New River aaksanyone night, for Los 1
after a visit with her weeks visiting her ,
week Mra. J. C. Johnson and who has news Itemsto will spend six '
spent Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Mrs. cousins: Mrs. W, F. Stroman and on, ,Jimmy of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. please hand them any to her or daughter, Mrs. J. W. Prather;' !' !!
Brown Dick Powell ,; I
Marcus shopping spent Tuesday evening In Jack. nesday night In Cross spent Wed Mrs.. S. S. Dowln! I Johnson and Jimmy are expectedto leave them at M. L.. Johns' store and Miss Louis snyder. ,
cb-onvtUe City visiting
sonville with friends. her arrive Sunday; not later than :Monday evening ..- I: ;
mother. Mrs. N. M. 'fto
was ab Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sbafktn.
Opperman Tucker.
Bernice Tuesday., Mayor N. D. Wainwright spent Mrs. Ethel Burnsteln, Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear arrived I.'I ;
Jacksonville Albert Weinstein father of Mrs.H. C'C" t
,to Mrs. Joe Tafftt and R
r Monday In Jacksonville attending Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I here Friday from Cleveland, i
and Mrs. J. M. kw
Edwardsand Carlton, arrives today to take ,
left to City of Starke business. James Handelaman! spent Sunday Ohio. Mr. Wear! has leaned Harold I
Betty Jane Nollman family, left Saturday to spenda charge of the Columbia Military

ill a1 to spend several weeks Inlands Mr* Edwin Green and Mrs. A. Beacb.month's vacation at Jacksonville evening in JIcksonvlllerMrs. I Walnut Wall's Street new' where house they on North are Supplies store, while Mr. and h :666 i .

N. C. H. Green spent Tuesday afternoon A. D. Williamson'of Brad- |j comfortably located. Mrs. Carlton are in New York

B.'C. Holtzen- with relatives In Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. enton after vlsittng' 'the' North City fbr two weeks doing thChristmas a
ght policeman after a Wimberlyand Is spending; sevetal"day: with Mr. Thurman P. Wyre,.who '''baa buying for the store.' .
job daughter .
they Freddy,have
I I. back on Mrs. F. A. Scott Is in Orlando Into their attractive moved and Mrs. H. A, Bishop and will. been, with the Gulf Station here I t ;
new home
vacation. visiting her son and daughter- Church St. on return to her home 'Saturday. for about a year returned Wednesday I
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. from St. Luke's Hospital. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 'd I *MMp
r, Wd Mrs. Charles H. Allen Dr. Sam Sternberg Mrs. W. Q. Hall )has returned Jacksonville.where he underwentan My Maay Y.... Bxpertem* Hakes It ......... fwr JjS. t.ltarAlSS : ,bI;
: Sue are Mrs. Lily Lewis of Daytona 1
Uttle daugbter weeks'Joy in MaryvtJle.with guest of her son and Apopka daugh-lathe spent last week In Starke with home after spending several daysIn appendicitis operation.Mr. EFFICIENT, rnoMrr ... coOTmnoimMODERATK _f ,V1C1a 'I f 'i'"j I'
twO West Palm Beach I
ding his as the guest : PfilCSKODWITT '
and will re- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat
friends James A.
Stern of her son daughter-in-law, and Mra. George: C. White C. JONES t nR
of Lewis.INSURANCE berg. I
during the middle August. Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin G. Halle. and daughter France, returnedto .......rterfdaW. \i 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Carlton their home In Tallahassee Sun- a jff:G t iw ,
and :Mr*. W. H. Graham spent Mrs D. A. Montetth and Sgt. I day afternoon after a weekend ; I ens"b
Ralph Rhodes returned I visit with Mra.: J. W. White and t't'F. '
{ AND.BONDS Thursday afternoon at Jacksonville from Atlanta CLUTEr-REALTOR
T. ,
Beach. Monday' night after a pleas Mr. and Mrs.: 1. A. Canova. .

ant weeks visit. Mr. Rhodes will ]I. A. LOANS ,u \pl

Mrs. Ethel Burnsteln of Miami remain In Starke until September. Mr. and Mrs.: B. P. Walker .returned We want the listing on your property .\1; G

HAROLD JL WALL AGENCYit.tIt'tI. is visiting her son-in-law and Saturday to their home in We have some wonderful properties for sale ',iit MM

daughter, Mr. and Mis. James Maryvllle, Term, after being S Needs 1 1a
See about Real Estate 1
A.'A&iu """ Handelsman.Mr. Mrs. R. F. Prather, of Jennings, called here because of the deathof us your .1 1 4et
Servic- "? ; .t0irer54ra, ;; --':ifr La., who has been visiting her Mrs ,Walker's sister m t Mias 119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 { lka
** *, and Mrs. L. D. Vining left; mother Mrs, Fay Gill and family I Mildred .Byerley of Hampton. .".1{ w'r
.11t for !lI'J '
the past moth, returned to e
Saturday for a vacation ?! J 0
St trip her home, In Louisiana '\1:1: i t ,i
Phone 146. ace I last Filtiay. !- e 1
lease Winston-Salem
N. C., and points .11.; r
in the mountains.W. tl, VI ,n and a / q r s 1 1I 1of 1r

'000 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and ,:'t'l I
S. Rivers spent Tuesday In 1
Gainesville visiting his former daughters, Miss Ida Lou and Miss wjAN,
Marjorie! Davis, have returned "'
room-mate Billy Jones of the 't
RITZ THEATRE University of Florida. were from spending Daytona Beach their summer where they va a R ,iil'!

_. ._ .. ,......,, cation.
r'i'J'' L' .11.1.- mii i Mrs. L. Holton, of St. Louis, > '!II

PROGRAM WEEK. OF AUGUST 10TH. Mo, Is the guest of her daughter I :,
Miss Mollie Holton, who is employed Albert Freeman Yates, who has 2 Bottles Pinaud's Lilac Vegetal Shaving Lotion ", '!'Ij d0.,V5a
at Camp Bland Ing. been employed 'at the Farmers' for 73c t ; ; '"
Preview Showing at 11:30 MIDNIGHT SHOW, Market, has been transferred to f
SATURDAY, ,AUGUST 9TH. Miss Madge Middleton returned I Tallahassee for the present Mrs. William's Aqua Velva Shaving Lotion and 5 Double Edge Razor Blades'' ":, a Ia.w?
Regular Showing-Sun. Mon., August. 10 11 home Tuesday after spending several Yates Is In Lakeland visiting her for 47cWilliam's flrI

BRIDE days In St. Augustine as the mother. ,
"THE CAME C. O. D. '
guest of Mrs. Glen Lewis. Miss Marjorie' Stump"Vi has returned Luxury Shaving Cream and One Cake Lanolin,Toilet] Soap i' ,,u.,.
With James Cagney & Bette Davis t
'. -
Miss Clara Mae from DeFunlak Springs, for 33c ',,' .
Added-Fox News and Cartoon Harley, Miss ; F wnw l
where she .
recently completed a
Geraldine Silcox, Dan Hazen and Y t
N. T. Hitch spent Sunday after- course In IIIUsJC.rat the Bandmaster Woodbury Matched Make-Up Beauty Set, Face Powder, Lip Stick &: Rouge.' I .s_ l i ii
Tuesday, August '12th-Double' Feature Summer School for West "' j
for 89c ?
noon at Jacksonville Beach. .
< : ,
Hit No. "THIEVES FALL OUT" Florida.Mr : : i

With Eddie Albert and Joan Leslie Miss :Marjorie Stump has returned Woodbury Basic Beauty Treatment, Cold Cream, Foundation, Cream : I '. ..NAaac
to Starke after spendingtwo and :Mrs. Donald McRae and Soap '. : ,'"
Hit No. 2-"THE NURSES SECRET"With weeks at De Funlak Springs spent the week-end with relativesin $1.10 Value for 75c 'r ,'I "'" t ? k
attending a school of music. Jacksonville They were accompanied I -
I. %
Regis Toomey-Also Cartoon by little Joyce Drew, 4 Cakes Complexion Soap and Wash Cloth' '"' ,w t

Fred Gilpin, :Jr., 0 f Senath, Mrs. McRae's sister, who has been for I 9cKOCH'S
Wednesday Thursday, August 13 14 Miss., returned home Friday aftera here visiting. rnwMes

"FORCED LANDING"' month's vacation In Starke with i, r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin ,jJohns. Mr. and :Mrs., Ben Holtzendorf "
With Richard Arlen and .J. Carrol Nash and son, B. C., spent Tuesday in DRUG STORE ; \

Also-MGM News & Cartoon Friends of Roy R. Mathews will Jasper with Mr* Holtzendorf's ,
regret to know that he has been mother, Mrs R. Koolbeck and Mr. 5nIwn

Friday, August 15th confined to his home for the past and Mrs. Ernest McOhln of Call St. Starke, Fla I IIba II
."MAN HUNT"With three weeks because of Illncsa. Crowly, La. I d I 4

Walter' Pidgeon, and Joan Bennett *... Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy VanDlen i Friends of Mr.'and Mrs. Simeon 1, s

Added-Artie Springtime Cartoon spent Sunday evening In Jackson- I Phillips will rent? to learn of I a
I I AWilia
I!villa visiting Mrs. VanDien'a parents I the Illness/ of their llttla daughter a
Saturday, August 16th.Double Feature Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Snyder. Suellen, who has been In St. ''

Hit No. l-/UDERS'FROIU NOWHERE" I Luke's Hospital: l, Jacksonville, for TO CONSERVE GASOLINEIN
Mrs. E. L. Biggs returned Sat- several days Mrs. Phillips hall IL
With Tex Ritter urday morning from St. Augustine been staying In Jacksonville with I 4 us

where she spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hardce., THE EAST ;
Hit No.'"QUEEN OF THE YUKON"With with her mother, Mrs. O. J. Grlf- u I,AAfAcr + t
Charles Bickford and Irene Rich J. II. COURTMANCII t, teal w ,
I Mrs. Otis Barge and children \\atch-Maker nwIku
of Atlanta, Ga., returned home AND CO-OPERATE WITH NATIONAL DEFENSE l'UIt
Wednesday after spending a week Aw

a NAT SEZ: ,at Lake.the Kelly Cottage at KJngsley YOUR IIOMK; JEWELER THESE SERVICE STATIONS : w

If It's any hotter In that well- I 1.r.:.

known place than It's been around Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent WILL BE OPEN '
here for the pact tt week,In Fort Lauder. '' ';" ,
spent ,' "
r I'm and start gonna being give a up good Sunday little Coast.dale and other places on the East 7 A.. M. to 7 P. M., .' ;: <**",' .. ::\') I; ''-'" A

Doesn't pay to wear cheap shirts e ..''. ; ,.I:' '' J; kx1sr I Ire

this kind of weather, men. When I Master H. V. Knight, Jr., Is ONLY '.!. -", *(,.'','t',. ., I
they get wet with perspiration celebrating his sixth birthday today N. ill..: t",; ';1' .. : ad 1jIrIAM
and choke '
they'll start shrinking Sorry Bo, that your name !

you to death. Buy good shirts: at didn't get In the regular Birthday Gay's Service Station /I .' ". ,.-., a( ,?Ilk
Column. ,
Torode's Service Station I ., .t
I .Miss .Blanche Clark of TampaIs '> D

FOR visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. D. atJ( "tfAitJuuuL LemaFMCC. Houston's Service Station ti'} 1,0. b
Green. Miss Clark expects to remain -
In Starke several weeks Edward's Service StationL. W

I I I Capt. S. A. Bryan returned Friday _Q 1 LAtiutL B. Alvarez 5"0' '
night after a month's vacation lor NEW booklet con. a-
dormet bright Ideas lo Im-
talnlng Save Oil Company'
In Georgia vlsittng relatives Drove your bakini. Address: Rumford I I Iy
In Albany. Atlanta, and other Bahmii Powdtr Box T. Purnford, R,I I. )ewAA
nearby points.Mr. Games' Service Station I 'i Iwd

r. t'
and Mrs. B. Jacobs left J. P. Roberts' Service StationSmith's 1' ea MAA
Sunday for a ten-day vacation 1"1
) Ask Our 'Many t
West Palm Beach with their sons
r in-law and daughter,Mr. and Mrs Satisfied Customers

1 Wm. Dobrow. Conway's Service Station Kw"AUG
4I .
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Why They Eat AtTheA&ACafe .a..a

K. O. Duncan left Tuesday after- I Mallory Thomas Service StationMaude's .
noon for Smoky Mountain. N. C., Par.A_ ;
will spend the next I A
where they Service
1 I'' Station r'
_' three weeks. I They Will Tell You It Is :
h ''I Mike Maruca Service Station .
Mrs. P. M- Barefoot, Mrs. L. :J. Because of the Well Prepared I

Green and daughter. Judy, accompanied Meals I Served In I
Temple Garage & Service K .
Mrs. Debbie Phillips -
by : Such Pleasant ,Surrounding -
of Maxvllle, spent Wednesdayin i Station t
? M
Jacksonville. II I, .I; ,

Mrs. J. B. Peyrot of Scarsdal, BE A GOOD CITIZEN DO YOUR PART -'.'. '?, thIw IN

d'Sptrt ft Y., has returned to her home I SANDWICHES; SHORT I .
after a nine day visit with her ORDERS, REGULAR I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and DINNERS COOL DRINKS : KEEP w at$1.

Mrs. J. S. Love. I '

Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and''! 1 I YOUR MOTOR TUNED DON'T WAIT UNTIL ;' .

daughter Mona Claire, of Talla-' No Beer or Wine 'Served -a k ,

hassee. were week-end guests of: THE LAST MINUTE TO FILL YOUR TANK.,. M.
Mrs. O. W. Alderman and Mr. and i C ', pA4ww'

Shirts ____... -?? $1.50 & $2.00 Mrs L. A. Canova. j

Port Shorts __._.II_____ _ $1.95IfERNBERG'S Mrs R. KooIbeek of :Jasper.and THEA a-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McGbln of j, Your Co-operation Appreciated '
Crowly La. spent the week-end t & A 'CAFE IrA
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtindorf. -- I ... "
They visited Green Core sack of Carprater'. .-' P t'ttt+t

Springs and St. Augustine Sun- I II } ,

day. rr'tt ..i



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AUG 8-1941


Mr. J. L. Hlghtower and Miss ford County above entitled cause; and "Brad"' ==cutiVo
i'l (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thoma, ford County Telegraph" Is hereby Week
II Bernice Adams of Miami returnedto Clerk Circuit Court. designated. a a t b e their home In Miami after Btarke Florida. July 25th, Ittl. whIch this, order shall be published this July 22 at tl1ark. bl"
'\111t With Ruby Moore of weeks In 8.1 4t 11-22 once a week for 4 consecutive I <( ,\ r.4 'Ii! upending a number wkt.. Clerk of SEAL) "J
\., Lawtey as the guests of Mr. and Clof'eult' WITNESS my hand and the seal I I County. FlorIda.Circuit C'Iurt 'I'h.lit
In Court, Bradford of this' court at Stark., Florida,
BAltTlST'l\IINIST.n.: QUEER ANIMAL FOUND NKARLAWTKY : SCIIOOL HELL lUNGS AGAIN Mr>>. O. J. PhllMps. Mrs. Felmon County, Florida. In Chancery. thin. 22nd., day of July. 'A. D. 1941. I' Attorney Knl..llt & Knight "II.

FAMILY 8ETTLJCD PROVES TO BE FOR NEARLY 800 PUI'ILS Redd Is spending several weeksat Ella H Cocheu. Plaintiff va. Frank'' (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas I for I-talntltt, 2i
M. defendant On Mon
lark of the Circuit Court.Ham III
IN PARSONAGE AN ARMADILLOLast Monday morning the young the Phillips home and will return -I day, the let day of Heptember A.I B Wilson, Jacksonville Flu. -

Rev. and Mr. P. E. Fuller and week Ruffle Griffls noticed folks of Lawtey answered the' to Macon Ga., about the I Cocheu Li. 1&41,, Whose the defendant.residence. Frank l la 3 H. Plaintiff. Attorn"y.25 4t 8-15 Notice la h"01'lC'Z.. J)

'. '.if two year old daughter. Carole a strange animal In a lot school bell's summons, trooping middle of Auiruat.- I 8Jicl St.- New York.- N. Y. Y. W'j Estate Creditors of.."d- .-"h'. '._,, liven- .'".
: ; about five Into the main auditorium! where I c. A. .IK required to appear to the IV CIRCI IT I Mlldrej; :i' ants
: arrived In Lawtey last! Thursday near Rosier Bridge Morris Carter, now located at bill tiled agalnit him herein. This COIItr. BHtHFONDCOUNTY. deceaceci to file lily1
'UUr '
,:L1 evening about 7:30 from Lake miles northwest of Lawtey Upon they were greeted by the principal Camp Wheeler, returned to Law order to be published once a week FLORIDA IV
: Andes, South Dakota where Mr. approaching.: the animal. who bat Professor t. B. Cody and tey for the past week-end. for Bradford four consecutive County Telenraph.week In fa Marvin 1. Wray Plaintiff v.. Florida Within of eight!jra lotd I'otl1""_

Fuller wa pastor of tbe Lake been rooting In the soil with Its the faculty of eight other teach Mrs. J 'B. McDonald and Miss newspaper publlnhed. In MHld tirad- Geneva Wray. Defendant.On first pubJh'ation ot tti m.nth".
Monday, the let day of Sep. B.
ford 1' .Ol
Andes Baptist Church for 11 queer pointed noee played "poe- era Grace McDonald returned Saturday 211th County.1941. Stark. Florida July tember., A D. 1941 the defendant Walker 11:,,,, ,

.:.. months, before being: called to sum" and made no attempt to An informal program began from Lake ltJuer. Mrs. Ury (OJo'FIIALilEAl..) A. J, Thomas, Geneva Wray, whose .residence. U. 8-11\1\
Chattanooga Tennessee Is r
:.: Bradford County.The attack his discoverer < with the singing of "America" Sapp returned 'WIth them to spend I County.Clerk Circuit Florida.Court ,8-1 Bradford 4t 8-22 quired to appear to the bill e of Order ef P."II..U... ... .
To _.. .
Fullers left Lake Andes Mr. Grlffla carried his discovery .. followed by a prayer by Rev. Her- the week-end In Lawtey.Mrs. 1 I 1 I complaint In. Thin filed order against to be her published here1 State ot PIorid to. .;..tarl.::.
':.4 July 27, stopping' over in Chicago' home and placed him in a bert Hazzard and a scripture W. H. Biggs spent Mon- In the Circuit Court, Bradford one. each week for four consecutive Winona are H. Hlckm..n hereby flOtIft.j s,....

: ) for one day before continuing to' barrel. where for two days be reading by Rev. Forbes B. Fuller day in Starke visiting her daugh County Florida.-In Chancery, weeks In Bradford: County bias filed suit for aa Pial,I
;t- .. Telegraph a newspaper publishedIn direr,5 I
,.I. 91 : Florida. was on exhibit for all the neigh of the First Baptist Church: ter-ln-law"Jlr.. E.. L. Biggs. Gladys nold Roae E., defendant.Hose, plaintiff.On Monday.v Ar- ..a Id Bradford County Florida Circuit Florida,Court In of Bradford C"j iJa
Lake Andes !Is located (n a bofg and friends to see. Enclyco- Later Mr. Cody greeted the Miss Gene Edwards returnedto the ht day of September 11141, the Btarke,, Florida. July 14th 141. Earl Hlckman"all )'. *1.lnoot
<( defendant Arnold Rose whole residence No. 1148 d.t"hdaht
farming section and 'baa a pop- pedlas and dictionaries furnish pupils and asked for their hearty Jacksonville Sunday afternoon l is. unknown I. required to Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford are hereby; and you' Earl Hick

ulation of about 800. Mr. Fuller Ute clues to the hard-shelled cooperaUon during tbe term. after a week's visit with her appear to the bill filed against. County, Florida. 8-1 4t 8-21 August 25th required 1S41)1 i InV

of the "varmint" which weighed between Two hundred and brother.and sister-in-law, Mr. and him herein. Thin order to be published and cause .Bradford Ct,
that because continued seventy-five
e*; ::4 reports 1 : once a week for four consecutive NO'n'e OF APPMC4.TIOVFOR graph In deslgnatM COUht" ,
I.T. .* drought numerous families 25 and 30 pounds, but the next pupils were enrolled by Tuesday Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr week in Bradford CountyTel".raph. TAX BEES> I publish this. Older ne".paPl j. once
.; :" are moving away; four families morning Rutll!!'. armadillo was morning an\l Mr. Cody stated In said Bradford. a newspaper, County.published Btarke. : NOTICE("'...*IS. Hill HEREBY Nth .*.)GIVEN I said for 4 return SUCCessive dy. e..h.Ptk"

.. leaving town the week that he gone. Whether it had been stolenor 'that a number of other pupils had Florida July 28th 1941. That C. H. Kelly holder of Tax: Certificate I and official seal at Wit,5.. tn, k.
,.. Beat Wishes for <(< SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I this. Starke,
had adds a Happy OFFICIAL July 22. FI",
Jeft Lake Andes. escaped mystery to come in Wednesday. N. n, Issued the 4th day Ufo
Clerk <
Circuit Bradford
I Birthday! Mrs. W. Fred Moore. Court "ot of July A, D. 1938, has filed same 1 OFFICIAL SEAL)
the already mysterious creature The for the Florida. .8-1 8-22; I Clerk A. J. Tt,.
.c. .r; Mr. and Mrs. Fuller find FlorIda faculty 1941-42 ft. In' my office and has made application of Circuit CutiN of .
i in midst of Summer whose habitat is definitely not term I Is composed of the following who celebrated August 3rd. for' a tax deed to be issued. I CountyFloridt.. IIt"I4ll
.: : the such and Mrs. I. B. Cody, whose IV TIIH rinciiT roiRT. EKJUTIIJIUICIAI. thereon. Said certificate embraces Knight & Knight
; ;4 weather delightful after two In Florida although another teachers: ) tutriir ov KOH- the following described property I Attorneys for Plaintiff |
weeks of ranging animal weighingabout fifteen Grammar School birthday anniversary was IU*, I'" AVU FOR BHAUKOHW. In the. County of Bradford.., ..State I -ZS (It, ,
: : temperatures gust 6th. '<< of Florl,tlV, .t -wU:. w _- t i 'NOT1CSI
Lake I
pounds was located near 1st. grade: Mrs. Lonnle Futch. AU-// tOUTV.IV 0."I'PI.Ie"'
; : from 105 to 107 degrees during CHANCERY Blk, 10 Ward City 1 Soil,'I' 1'10'
.. ; the day ( although the nights are City the early part of this week. 2nd. grade: Mrs. Helen Cody. Mrs. W. Fr> Moore, who .Mary Ellen Ellis ., 8..Lot"d..t, : S...l20' H..; >" I I C.....t. 11111 S\; "na:1J.. :
i .1 I her thday,. Plaintiff, ; of the said I OT1CP 1111),
ebratedt : prop- ; IS
"I. somewhat cooler) in South Da W. S. C. 8. MEETS: ; I 3rd. grade: Mrs.. George Roberts -*I sary Alienist 3rd., and Mrs.' I. I -v.- No. 1345 forty- under *th .said. certificate. 1.I iseui'l I- ".'h.n_.- us'a,.."u.-u.._.._. IfitItHity urvok.ho 1 j..'
rtPKlInVllnon Kills.. I was In the name of Mrs. T.I TaC.rtifiOr.te: d'.
; ir; kota. WITH MRS. EFFIE MINER B, Cody, 'wife. of our Lawtey D.tndant.OFtLER .- 1' Ward. 2nd day of Septfombrr No Uf, I..ul'd., I
Mr. Fuller, like the former Baptist The Woman's Society Chris- 4th. grade: Mrs. Eunice 'Kelley. Principal whose Is OF SERVICE Unless said certificate shall h.rl'd..emed has filed Came In A. D. I'
6th NOTICE TO At'PEAR'TIlE the has my ffjn
grade: Mrs. Joyce Futch, according to law. made application I
minuter, the Rev. Lee En- tian Service met Tuesday August 6th August 6th.Occupy STATE OF FLORIDA* property described. therein will be 1 to \." ll"" e : field has a talent for music, and 6, at the home of Mrs. Effie Miner grade: Mrs. Blanche Edwards To Reedle Wilson Hills. whose sold: to the highest, bidder at the I I ef1rtlrr..ate efl4brneps
i i j residence I. Norfolk Virginia co| courthouse door on the first Monday lowing dpseribed th'r
Sunday evening both at B. Y. P.ti with Mrs. George W. Roberts U. S. Navy.It In the month of September I County of Bradford. prop,1y In 1
., and evening service he led let Vlce-Presldent presiding.: Junior High' School New HomeMrs. I Is hereby ordered that you are' 1941. which la the 1st., day. of 8ep: Ida: : to-witi: Slate of Fl.
Mrs. Emma Hill. Miss Catherine required to appear on the 1st day tember, 1941 I Lot. of Blk 8
the singing with his saxophone. The meeting was opened by the Young. Prof. I. B. S.. L. Peek and family of September. A. D. 1941 before tbe I Dated this 30th day of July 1941. I U Twp. 8 S. It. 22 1.lncoln E.. CII,
of 92nd Psalm. Cody. moved last week Into above entitled court to the bill of (OFFICIAL. SEAL,) :A. 3. Thomas.I The assee.nient. of
; "JUBILEE HILL ItlLLIKS": reading the Five of the ,Lawtey teachers their attractive complaint filed against you In the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford erty under the saId Ihe s';d Ptr
Regular routine matters were new two-story home on above entitled' cause; and "Brad County Florida. 8-1 4t 8-22 Cued was In the cortltl,'''. I
PERFORM AT SCHOOL Since the of school last
: Fi TO closing name
$ ford County Telegraph" la hereby Olbbll. of Ct,
N. Church St.
taken during the business session It is of a pleasing I,I
Billies up have designated the In
,. "The Jubilee Hill sponsored February taken extension as newspaper IV THE CIRC1HT Unless said certificate/
of Law- followed by a social.hour. Mrs. style of architecture with the which thl.order .tihar* be publishedonce (031ST. 'EIGHTHP1'Di'IAL redeemed according Itch
by the Boy Scouts curses; Joyce Futch attending a week for 4 consecutive ("IR't'IT OP SLOtS111 to law I it
te,.. will tune their fiddles and Miss Patsy Lee Roberts assisted Southern College and overhanging upper story a revival weeka. .. IV AND FOR BRADFORD sold property to the dellerl"ed highest therein will
of the style of colonial WITNESS hand and the seal present a program of "hoe-down". the hostess In serving dainty Tof. Cody at GalnesvUle'tor early of thin court my Florida CHANCERY I court house door on the first, 1/1/,
at Btarke. day In
''the .sandwiches Iced tea and fudge days. Occupying' the home with thin 22nd Mary Walker Jenkins 1 the n.on h or Sept.,,
i' :. music and vaudeville acts at Spring Term COUrses. and Miss day of July A. D. 1941.OFFIC1AI. I9fl. which 1M the
414 Mrs. Peek will be her three children < .. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Plaintiff' I September 1942 1st.. dar
School Auditorium at Catherine Mrs. No. 1
: t Lawtey Young Blanche -vs. IS8t
cake.Those Clerk Circuit
.4a.i of the Court.
; ii 8:00: o'clock Friday August 22. attending were: Mrs. J. Edwards and Mrs. Cody attending I S.1PeekJr.; .Miss Fran Ram B. Wilson. Jacksonville, Fla.: Basil Mnnlr-Defendant Jenkins. III. I U41.'Dated'. this Itlb_ day of Jal

Tickets may be obtained from H. Moore. Mrs. A. M. Lewis Miss Summer courses at .the University ces Peek antf-Sdnhy*. Peek.r i ii ,Plaintiff, Attorney 7-25 4t 9-15 ORDER OF SERVICE 1 Clerk<( Catherine Young Mrs. Mary Ben -' NOTICE TO APPEAR I et. Circuit Court nri, .
L the' Boy Scouts. Admission; 19c .of Florida. i In Circuit Court.. BidZord'Couuty THE STATE OF FLORIDA! I form County, Florida 7-18 .t i
: for children under. 12, adults 23c:) nett Mrs. Hermie Kelley Mrs. Buys Temple Lot Florida-In Chancery.. I a r a I To Basil. Manlyt Jenkln. Ill,. whose
plus So tax. Herbert Hazzard Mrs. Paul Dink ImB'VERY BEST RECIPEIce : Joseph Thlbodeau!, Plaintiff va. r .residence, Is Kline Sonth Carolina.I In Circuit COli rt. BrufJ
Sam Gottlelb! purchased fromN. Ceclle Annette Thlbodeau, Defendant. It I. !
ii': Box Rolls Made hereby ordered that you are Ceunty Florlda.-In
Ins, Mrs. W Hal Edwards. Jr.. : by D. Wainwright Sr. On Monday, tbe let day required to appear -on the 1st day :I M.'Qlover. Plaintiff Channel,. .Lu
Mr. and Mn.. M.' B. Plummer Mrs. O. W. Roberta and Miss Betty Moore Thursday of (September, 141 the defendant of September A. D. 1941 before the Glover, Defendant. On TholllU
returned' from Miami the latter Lee 3-4 cup shortening, of last week I a1 lot with 35-foot Ceclle Annette Thlbodeau la. required above entitled court, to the bill of I the let day of September Moo
Robert A-
.1 frontage : to appear to the bill filed complaint filed against you In the 1.41. the defendant.
on North I
Temple : Thomu
part of last week a month 1-2 cup sugar against her herein. This order to above entitled cause: and "Brad : Glover whose _residence .
visit In 'that city. GRACE METHODIST CHURCH 2 cups hot water. just thirty feet beyond W. A. be published once a week for four ford County Telegraph" Is hewby I i too. Texas, Is required to icG.i. epPt.
.. PICNIC A HUGE Cook's new stand. He will consecutive week. i n Bradford designated as the newspaper In I to the bill filed against him
SUCCESS erect I h.
Mr. and Mrs. 2
L. H. Hill returned eggs-well beaten County Telegraph, a newspaper which this order shall be publishedonce In. This order to b
last Saturday after a Grace Methodist Church members 1 teaspoon salt some sort of building there at published' In said Bradford (""ounty.OFFICtAL a week for 4 consecutive I 1 once a week for four e com ptbit*.?), :
.. .. pleasant vacation In Palm Beach and friends attending the annual 2 cakes yeast dissolved In 1.2 once he stated" Monday though Clerk( Circuit REAL Court.) A. J. ,weeksWITNESS' my hand and the seal I I graph weeks, In a newspaper Bradford County fiJ

and nearby Coastal cities. picnic sponsored by the Sunday cup water. he was not quite certain yet Just Btarke Florida. July 23rd. Tbom..1 of this. court at Starke. Florida I Bradford County Slark publlM. Florid
School what kind. thin. Hflth day of. Julv. A. T>. lt)4t. July Il1th lAH_ .
M4 Department returned home Flour to make a soft dough- I IV THR PIRCIIT COITRT. EIGHTH I I I OFFICIAL SEAL) --A.-J Thomas, (OFP'ICIALSEAL" )' A. J Thom.
p last Thursday'afternoon., after a about 8 or 10 cups. "'"'- TDI"I"Ac.IR.T OP FLOHll i Clerk of the Circuit 'Court. 1 I Clerk Circuit Co u r t. BndhH
wonderful MANUSCRIPT IDA AND FOR BRADFORD .1. C. Durrance, Jacksonville.. Fla County, Florida. 7-11 < ]
AUTO PARTS day at Kingsley Lake. Mix first three Ingredients, cool COVERS$1 ('0 VNTY: Plaintiffs Attorney. 8-1 4t 8-22 III i

Not as many Lawtey residents to lukewarm and add other Ingredients per 100 BRADFORD COUNTY IV CHANCERY In Circuit Court. Bred

USED TIRES, REBUILT attended the picnic this year as in order given. TELEGRAPH. David O I emmon, Order of' Petkllrittlasj and >etl.,. I County Florida.- In Chi new!,
Plain t I ft..vs Te App... Cheater. Isaac
Du Boln,
GENERATORSAVTO In former but Plaintiff, '
years everyone enjoyed I Let dough rise for two hours in .v TMH No. 1349 State of Florida Doris'
I CIRCVIT'n. MT, EIGHTH to; Elsie Du Bola, I> e f endnnt (i
GLASS CAHH FOR I the clay at Strickland's refrigerator (be sure that a large 1 1I ''|t' ..HII"AL'IR'I'I'<< 0' II.OH- Mary P. Lemmon; You are hereby notified that Monday the let day of *-pt mt.l
CARS AND TRUCKS IN Landing spent In swimming and '' covered I'", iDa. I" A\ID: FOR IIRADFORD Defendant.ORDER Am. Fasano as plaintiffhas. filedsuit I 1841 the defendant. Elsie Du Sol
I container
Is used
) for
0v:: divorce In the Circuit Court Is required to appear In the bl
_ ANY CONDITION. In visiting with other friends and Ron out on floured board and :1'I IV: CHANCERY ,I NOTICE) TO APPEAR tit Bradford County Florida, In / filed against her herein. Thin or,
|IOJad1t n THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Chancery, against to
neighbors. Dulon/ \ you Doris be published once a w..k t
Used Autos I kneed In necessary flour I to I (, To.Mary P. Lemman whose rest Faxano. as, defendant, case. No. four consecutive weeks. In Brid.
$25 '
up Fried chicken: tender hams and' handJe. Make Into rolls and place -ComPlal.c a"e4 dene. la. unknown.It 1347: and you. Doris Fasano are County Teleg-rnph a nf''nppublished .,
Lowell R Dulon la hereby ordered that you are hereby required. to August In
appear on Mal HAS KIN S. 'homemade cakes, as well as all in well greased and floured pans.Let Defendant, required to appear. on the 1st day 25th 1941 In said Court" and (OFFICIAL" SEAL) A J Thor
__ the other picnic dinner attractions rise for one hour In warm ORDER OF SERVICE of September A. D. 1941 before theabove cause. Bradford County Telegraph Clerk Circuit I Court.Starke. .
: NOTICE TO entitled court, to the bill of Is. designated' newspaper to pub 141
APPEAR Florida July
AUTO PARTS I held the attention of every- place before baking. Keep away THE STATE OF FLORIDA: complaint filed against you In the lish this Qrder once each week for J61- I

North of Town on Road' IS I one 'during the noon hour; and' from draughts. To,, Lowell R. nil Ion, who.** ad-

Callle Strickland was heard to I I (Remainder of rolls already to I N.dre Y." 1 I. lili Broadway. New York -

-- _. _- .-- remark: "I wish we could have a I bake may be kept In ice box until 1 It t Is hereby ordered that you are
picnic crowd from remaining day.) required< to appear on the lit day '
Lawtey every of September A. II. 1841 before the
day-they centnlnly sent me a Makes about 45 rolls. above entitled court to the bill of LIFE'S UflCfiOlllllfD HEROES
wonderful dinner." ahove complaint' filed against you In the

ataVSifc Mrs. Jake Shufoi-d, Miss Easley Bradford entitled County cause Telegraph"; and "The i.

CHURCH PROGRAM OF and Miss Gwendolyn Shuford returned hereby designated aa. the news- '

SERVICES AT FIRST BAPTIST I home Monday evening paper published I" which thlaord.r! shall be ,"-_
once a week for -
,CHURCH 'after a month's vacation In Virginia cun....<'lltlv. week. four -
Forbes E. WITNEHS my hand and the seal
Fuller, Pastor. visiting relatives of th'" court at Starke, Florida -
Sunday, August 10th. Miss Catherine Young arrived Ibis Slut, dAY of July A. D ,.

9:43: A. M. Church School. 'Sunday from her home In Lake- Clerk(OIo'P'ICIAIA of the HEAL circuit) A.Court.j'Thorn. :;,

11.00: A. :M. Morning Worship. land to take her customary placeIn Wavbrlsrht A Waybrlirht

Sermon subject: J'The: Grace of the Junior High School Department torn.Jacksonville.)'. Fla.. Plaintiffs g.j At-
Our Lord Jesus."' of the Lawtey School 5t 8-29

7:00: P. M. B. Y. P, 'U.. .All : and is residing at the home of I".jTIIET 1HiIT "O"RT. EIGhTH I

young people cordially Invited' Mrs. Hermie Kelley. (IHriIT! OF FI.OR
tile -
attend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rowe and tOVNTY.: 4 /-j

8:00: P. M. Evening Service. baby moved from Starke the lat Marion Richards IV CHAVCKRY

Sermon subject' : Depraved Man- ter part of last week and are Complainant Thomas M XSV

kind." now located In the former post- William Canton Thomas No. 1885

i Perfect Work Wednesday August 13th. office building where they are Defendant.
8:00: P. M. Midweek Prayer setting up housekeeping. -
t At Low Cost Meeting. "Come Ye That Love the Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Wooten and THE" STATE OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR:
Get rid of those annoying Lord." Bring your Bibles. family are back home again aftera whose To William Address. *Canton. Clinton Thomas New

notoe*. lie certain your week's visit In Macon and Atlanta York.It .

radio, Is performing correct Jacksonville Bobby Plummer Tuesday returned with his to Ga. They returned Tues i required la hereby to appear ordered on that the you 1st day are "

_ AVe will Inspect It I day.Miss of September A. D. IS4I before the c-1 4//
FKEKS! brother. Dick Plummer who had Jewel Reddish has a above entitled court to the bill ol 4 .
been visiting In Lawtey for sev- complaint filed against you In the
We He A Complete Line of lovely vacation planned. She left Shove entitled cause; and "The
eral 1'
days. Bobby will remain in
Bradford County Teleajraph" .
I New Tube Jackionvllle for several weeks. Lawtey Tuesday and expects to hereby designated an the new.
I visit Mrs. V. L. Rowe Miss Gene paper In which this order shall be
Ernest \ ., Jr., returned Sun- published
I Edwards and Miss Elizabeth once a. week for four
MAYES'I day after a weeks vacation consecutive week
j : I Plummer all of Jacksonville, before WITNESS my hand and the Seal I
with biB
I sister Mrs. Jack Bales nt this court..!M Htarke. Florida.
.--- ..I! of West Palm Beach. returning home. this'. Hint. da..of.lul., ,._ A_ n ,a*.
_-i I W. Fred Moore sAd David' W. 'OFFIC1AI4t4sf: .) --A: :J: Thomas: '

a I Moore spent Saturday In Tampa flerk\ i>rl oliOiev. t. A,f.."...,abrIght:iult Court. n. C THE MAM WHO TAKES

For Ford Sales and Service See Your Local and St. Petersburg.Miss Jacksonville. 11'11\, 8-1 5t -J9OK HIS FAMILY FOR

Ford Dealer At Ernestine Moore returned
- The Ford Garage Located :\IOT.C'.1 -.
from a visit with her cousin Lou --t A SDIDAr DRIVE
One Block South of S. 'A. L. Depot Edwards of Jacksonville Tuesday .Senate Bill < ..' .8.,) -; '_' -

- morning. to find her mother much ThaO Florence 19 B HEREBY Brown holder lIVEN at j-t ) Forever inscribed on the rolls of

Improved from a foot Infection Tax 2nd. rertlflc" No. *U. United the -nttJff') c.-. valor is the hero who bundles his

Andrews Motor Co. that has caused Mrs. Moore to haH riled day'of pame September In mr office A. D.'dt has S5. family in the car for a Sunday drive.
remain Indoors for made .
almost a week.A. PDlloatlon for a tax: deed '
H. Harley Is recuperating firats to be issued thereon. Said certl. S Complications of tot and traffic.

LILJ1 Your Ford Dealer For 20 Years from a severe beart attack suffered Bradford scribed.mbr.c..e property State the|In the following County do-of ..- family, (friends back-seat driven all

early In the week. W% of WH of of NWVi Florida of, to-wit NWH: deter not OUR HERO from the

Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA .Messrs. Carl Edwards. Billy Section 19. Town.hlp 8, South round of his
Ranre M ppointed tasks.
Plummer, J. C. Prevatt and F. R. mere or !.Bait..... containing 10 acre* '5.i

Carradlne attended the regular : The aiueMment. of the Mid property 3ackii After you've taken your family

Tuesday evening bouts under the said certificate I.aned I.- .this
at the out
wap In the. name of Jae. J.UnleM Sunday, relax at'home with

Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.arena.I. B. Cody have Bailey. al4 certificate shall be the buo'ulrink..a brimming glau-
; redeemed according to law ful of
as their guests Mrs. Cody' par- property d..eribe.i therein will the he smooth, mellow JAX Beer.

iR1FTM ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. IS. McCorkle ro old rthnu to "the" door hlirheet on. the bidder first at Mon.the You'll find peace for the weary,comfort

.. of Bradenton. and Mrs W. EX Mc- day Is the "onth of September 0 for the JAX,
Corkle of 1"41. which tq the 1.t.
Washington. D. C. TheCody' d.y of the
mb.r, famous
1941 Drink of Friendshipr .
guests arrived Sunday afternoon this Ist.. day of July.OFFICtAT. .

;: I and expect to remain for U41.' .
fo Do Your about ll1i:4r.A.. J. Th n as. .
_. Trading two weeks. rierk of rircnlt Court of Bradford

; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish ofWebsier County, Florida. s-1 4t 8-22 VS h\ II.i ,,, ,il xvith i Kittle"I
where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are Mrs. I. B. Dinkins of -
I In r'lrentt' C given ; | t.H.iiy-
away with every $-10 In trade BuRhnell and Mrs. W. J, Griffin "-TM_1.. Chancery. Edward
_____ or certificates.. of Jacksonville Willie... Decahu'. .. P''ntlf' .
Are Redeemed spent Sunday In tSr.1* "'I.......... n....,,...... 0.'.'"p. : you Can't Buy Better Beer
Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs. V. R. 5q.... on ............ 5.pee.h... 1..t. un t o n I a
I. C..h II SMITH'S Reddish. 'alt. 'h ...,....,....,. P-art FI..r...... roa.o E
You Choo GARAGE ""'n.h.. Is 'oa1-'i t.. 55flC... .'n At Any Price!
George Adams. Jr., of .a. ..... fi14 arsi'... b... ..........
STARKE. FLORIDA Ga.. wan the of 'rii.! 0..,.... 'o ne ..uhll.".... ccc.
guest Macon'l w..b ,... '"r- .........._01.... w.eks a IREWINC
I I Mrs. O. J. Phillips ] 10, R..."'''rd ("....4.. "'.1.-........ a JX COMFABY. Jackjormlle, Fltrid ,
newspaper! published In shad Brad.

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b AUG 8-1941: "L1

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New River NewsBy 1.nurse,, Palatka.Is now In when Glendale she Hospital b II* "I

IOn 5he dJeminine Side< weeks.been employed for the past two ; 11eI

Mrs O. E. Crosby and Mrs Je* le It,* LuxenbyGRADING I Miss Eloise Johns and brotherM. ,'

with ,,
I L. Johns Jr.*: visited
TOBACCO SCHOOL OPENS Mrs. Eustace Kelley Thursday of ,1
around here School opened Monday with (
Conducted By Ruby Moore The farmers are week. '
very busy grading tobacco and Proto Wro. Menshew as principal awl children ;I Ml to,

[AVORITE PROSE ANDPOETRY preparing it for market .I and Mrs W. M. Mann aa primary Mrs., Robert Stella Andrews a 11 d Alverna,, o*' ,'.,: r .

Frank Merritt and Fernie teacher. Mr. Minahew enrolled of. Mr.
RECIPES ": have some 23 pupils and Mrs. Mann: enrolled Miami: were recent guest
'" Moody report they O. Wv. Andrew,, and
'.; pretty tobacco in spite of the fact 38. with a prospect of an addi- and Mrs. '

Adkln's "Brown : : ClairJean'k Bach week the Bradford County that they have had lots of heavy tional enrollment. other relatives. Brookerwas ''i

r'. A- Z.Bread ." Telegraph will print the best rain on it during the time of Mr. 'Menshew read and explaineda Mrs. Rosa Plnholster of M., F, '.

buttermilk.Jup c : "lundy abort story or poetry submitted maturity few particular phases of theFloiUd guest of her niece Mrs. .
Lnt flour. 6' ''to this office addressed. to "Prose School Law. The trustees Wiggins Saturday. a

gram ; ".,' \. '' and Poetry Column" ,CKMKTKKY! WORKING made rather brief speeches. Corp. Thomas C (Clifford) 'fit: \\f \
Cup meal, There will be a New River Blandto u7
: Attractive No manuscript copy will\ be returned Subscriptions were offered to Hagen Jr., of Camp
syruP Cemetery Working T h u sday, nlctt flag and brother Mn, .)
cup powder h ., : unless stamped self-ad the "Pathfinder" for a visited his slater j
e&8poon t August 14. AU who are Inter. Andr""Wedn, :
3 \ dressed envelope |s enclosed. with a stand. and Mrs.' Rudolph '
soda, a a + 18-Months. to.spend to Louisiana -,
teaspoons h 'e y enied will oome prepared July SO. enrout ;
raisins. Give yourself a thrill t See your STACK CURTAIN"You tn*. + arll
cup the day.BAPTIST. where h e will Join ; 4
flour meal, baking best efforts In story writing and must come out and see It .,d + Iha
eranaai In maneuver .
d old 31st Division I
buttermltksyrup daughter
soda to poetry In print In this column RKVIVAL sometime"

1 ef and which have been mixed each week. The week's revival conductedby W. are very proud to say that Mr and Mrs. M., Sunday V Wigginshad kit-, O,

Add raisins. f of Signature of author must ap the Rev. John Dicks of Lake our stage curtain and screen are as their guest cowsla: t
In four 1-lb. baking pear on all work submitted.RElU:1UB.a.D City, ended! Sunday. with an unusually completed. ernoon Mrs. of I
lace have beenlbout crowd and a big Mr and Mrs. Frailer Stephen "
cans which "f'V. large They are an example of a super
ef thrw-quartew full Mrs, : NIGHTS basket dinner. lor artist Joe Harmon of the Alachua. ran ,

for two and onehalfIn By Psrle Manning The services were splendid' Scenic Studios In Eastman Oa. I Mr. and :Mrs, E. A.. Sapp and y +
steam Remember the cool of the Summer .' Pete' and Leslie, enjoyed
not place
teamer.? (Do B."lundy throughout the entire week witha The scene, chosen by a member two' sons {
'I Lake;
swim in Hampton r
lon cans). good attendance both morningand of the trustees S. L. Crews & i

cans from steamer and The song of the pine, \ evening, although no new additions Is the edge of a deep shaded Sunday' afternoon. I

love oven to dry for ten or r 3 : The soft lapping of water- were made. forest with an old-fashioned dIrt I Mia In* Forsythe ha*. Jvwt f"r ti +Ib.a

m minutes at 300 degrees, P r Your hand in mIne T The regular pastor, Rev. II. M.Tlllman. road winding out toward a pic- turned from pleasant visit ,In .

? The pale glow of the moon, I of LaVUy, filled his appointment tureaque sunset. It Isn't one of Raiford with her uncles. MiseR i

ffr Jr. The way the stars shone above, Sunday: Rev Dicks those dream garden spots that wet and Jeff Green. .555,4 1

YEARS AGO' ,) Ah1! Sweet! Those were the nightsI had to conduct services at one of often see In pictures, but ana. Floyd Wlggln was '.ft business ,N:\,

WEEK loved! his regular churches. turallstlc design. Blue, green and, visitor In Jacksonville Thursday;; j '

HIS 1 .c..c.L t' Remember that Island, so deserted Some Sunday visitors were: yellow are the predominatingcolors. of last week. : r AIM

and .son L. yet dear Mrs. Susie Andrews, Morrlston; Miss Dorla Crosby spent 'the :f 'lrslete' "

k B E. Canova In Jack-' With all the old mem'rles. Frank Cone Starke; :Mr. and Mrs. W. wish to express our appreciation I week-end with bar grandfather,. .J 1

nova, spent Friday Needlepoint May Be Ancient Art, The tales we liked to heart Carl Ward Mr. and Mrs. Fred to all. who helped In subscriptions W. R. HalaJop. of Rising who was .;

Ile The little by-paths our feet Green and family Mr. and Mrs and labor for our entertained with A birthday din;', 4 5"I 4
But It's New To Enthusiasts In StarkeThe -
who J. H. McCormick Jacksonville! ; I' curtain.
_A. nt Blllv Graham used to seek lovely ner Sunday. e,4kraa

rtenua recently been a patient In creation of tapestry and i arts crude needlepoint compositions I. Our favorite swimming pool Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish and Dowllng Is enjoyinga ",\'tIn ,
Carl Mil Mrs.. J. T
In Jackson- baa been In relief So clear, so deep family :Mr. and Mrs. Bradford CoSJltrFlorl #;
Vincent's hospital, needlepoint embroidery were wrought partial visit with her son and Circuit Court ,,
Rosier, few days
Britt ,
Mrs. H.nrl'
and In -
Mr ._ Chancery
that (liard. ,
trill IM glad to know a popular recreation of women with padded work, of cow Remember the little dark caves Lewis Celmons and daughter-in-law )..II'. and Mrs. J. Hanna Plaintiff .v.. Brah Alies. "V,
1 able to be home again. for almost 200 years and Mrs. R. tumed figures of kings and queens Lawtey; ; of Live Oak both ftanna. THHuxUnt. On Moiday >" ]I): R.raw
For wee animal babes, daughter Evelyn Mae Hellbronn,; B. Dowllng, the ant day 01 s.eeerobee> "*>: .:I
of six and 'scriptural 'with a
of Miss' Rtttlr"Strn- F. 'Demorest'sproject : persons The'wlld'varled flowers and Brooker visitors who Miss Doris Crosby spent the the many
nISI \
seat for her medley of disproportionate animals U required to .pp.0 ?
coverings I
needlepoint Manna IIIyyy
recently underwent an I We gathered with spades were regular attendants through seek-end as guest of her &ran.. bill CU." against her .h.r ln.. .t.,
,, who dining room chairs has created no insects and trees. R aha b. ....lteh.. one, 1 t Mel
Riverside Hospital Inluonvltle I Setting each treasured root out the entire week. 'parents Mr. and Mrs. W. This order to
tlon at I end of a stir In Starke recently. I In recent years needlepoint designs a w..k for four ClO..UU". weeks J4
will be glad to know Close to our little shack? The male quartett, Fred Green Halstop/of Sunnybrook farm. In Bradford County '1'.1......., ,. % "'S .as.(

la convalescing at here She began the first chair cover have been worked In foreign :Ah! Dearest, ttfostare, the nightsI Mr. McAllister, Mr. Howard and I Mr and Mrs. Orady Mlsell; Newspaper .IIbUa1U> In said. Br..- j I\,
t In the of June and before countries and the pieces Imported ford ('ounty.orrrctAL weia
at Kingsley Lake. early part I want back! Mr. Terry, a 11 of Jacksonville,, ,were guests of Mr and Mrs. M. ( 810"14)' A.f.; Tams. .
and American needlewomen
Middleton' a aCounty
long Madge several very beautiful num. L. Johns Sunday; Curl. of Circuit Court, "

HHE: GAIETY!" Evelyn Rltch timidly offered to to finish by filling in the solid bers.same Mr. and Mrs.. Hermle Kelley of 8t.rk... July $ ttt' ti tiYs '}
,, 1$114/t
New York markets HAPPY
for color .
[nday and Tuesday next; an assist by making one apiece I l areas. I attended Church !!Sunday, i7\

optionally thrilling picture, her. 'In Just two months otspare now report ,that very little If Mrs. R. Mersey of Jacksonville Lawtey with his mother,, 0_ __ __ "t19..' a
nor Among Lovers,". featuring 1 "pickuptlme,>,Verna has com I any needlepoint Is being received 1RTHDAYIt Is visiting her son-in-law a n ddaughter and.then Kelley, and other Shoes { :
Maggie ,
idettt Colbert and FrederickllTHEWSMcLENDON pleted the first ot the pieces and from abroad' due to war conditions Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. afternoon. 1
Sunday el
h. I both Madge and Evelyn report and the few remaining has beencalled to the at-., Merritt, this week. Made s < Cna

that theirs will shortly be fin. pieces in stock are 'rapidly being attention of your reporter that Mrs. J. L. Johns, Mrs. O. E. James Lavender was a business* Like New 1,1<;

ished. consumed by trade. Starke folks as well as Law- Crosby and children were visiting visitor In Jacksonville, Friday. 'I ,

DING PLANS The floral center design in each 1 do not believe I am far wrongIn tey citizens have birthday anniversaries In Lake Butler Sunday afternoon Mrs. Della Thomas of Jackson hatdaughter 1't
i Wednesday evening, August f Harriet and Mrs. Hubert Priest and vlll was week-end guest of a
of Mrs. Demorest's pieces Is predicting a n epidemic 0 and here's to Mr.
o'l.cock the weekend Mrs R R. Andrews.Little y
it eight-thirty different but the back- needlepolnttng in Starke as soon Bishop, whORe birthdaywas children of Starke were
slightly Improving UK*
ding of Miss Florence Mat- ground for the entire set la of as other beauty-in-the-home lov celebrated August 1st. guests of Mr. Priest's par. Joe Kelley ls rapidly ade.nold 1
his tonsil and ltar
and Dr. Homer Bolet Mc- mothproof yarn In Claret red. ers get a glimpse of those lovely August 2nd. Emmett Perry- eats, Mr and Mrs. E. C. Priest from / (
a able to
olemnlafed at thethodlet trans operation. He was '1;
tiiton will be 1575 seat covers that will soon grace Among those who were
As tar back as the year '
Episcopal( Church. man.August business In Ptarke Saturday enter school Monday. ; 1 deuStdI
home. Swan- acting
and during the regin of the Stu- the 3rd. orothy Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook and /.:
between" afternoon were:
fin. N. S. Blunt of Fort :Myers born, who live. "just J. L. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. O. E two children, transacted businessIn .4 .f+ ,

I IOn> Graydon (Bunk) Jones BROOK FARMBy More Defense Helpers Lawtey and Starke. Melton Jacksonville Wednesday! and Ant
SUNNY 4th. Mrs. J. H. Lord Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Don't wait ratU yaw(: ....& b
visiting her mother In Law- August W D. Lasenby, Thursday, ),(1'.. Cook's mother, ,
Mrs. ...a. Haw
Miss Arsula Crosby Persons who have given some and E. A, Sapp Kerce arts entirely worn
l for a few days., Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and Mrs J. L. Lavender, accompaniedthem. them repaired now ad f e raw
5th. Ralph
Tlson of Tampa help in the classification of. Civilian August and b7
I Tommy (Kid) Beck who In Mrs. Sallie who has just returned from At children were visiting Mr. pave the money you would tMp
night with :Mrs. Defense registrants duringthe Lake Butler Mrs. Fronle Johns., of Auburn- .
1 last sixteen bouts has scored I spent Saturday lanta. Mrs. Willie Williams In I pay for new new.. W* give bas.i
rteen knockouts Is boxing in ,Inez Kelly. week, whose names were not August 6th. Clarice GUI- Saturday afternoon. dale, was guest of Mr. and yon savings and satlsfaoUon i usu,

latka Tuesday night, Mrs. Fronle Johns of Auburn- mentioned last week, are: Mrs. who Is now Mrs. D. .R. Living. Mrs.. Jessie Lee Lazenby and Moody this attended week. state with quick and dependable .Ii

dale and Mrs.: Arle Brown spent Edward Burns, Miss Florled Kill. ston. children were visiting friend In M. L. Johns, a servlosv Call to- I' ,.?{
v. Auford, Methodist mlnls- part of last week with relativesat Ingsworth, Miss Doris Peterson, August 7th. J. T. Kirkland lirooker Sunday afternoon. Watkins Convention In Gainesville day. ;jl" nrIN

f of Macclenny, preached at the New River.. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, and the Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng and Al Mrs Kate Sheppard who Is attending Monday t,
Miss .
itlan Church In .The l' ease Fhlllman of Tampa Is Misses Ethel and Bertha Tay the last session of summer Mrs. M. F, Wiggins 1.

Inday. spending Ralph awhile with his grandparents lor. Offices are In the northwest Manassa.August 8th. W H. Hart and school In Gainesville spentthe Eloise Johns were visitors' In HollingsworthElectric! 4+ '

of the Starke aromry. week-end at home here. Starke Monday f Mil Hr
Mr. and Mrs W R. Hals- corner Gray Shoe' Shop ,
Miss Dorothy of Statke Is visiting
H. A. Carlton, secretary, e x Mr. and Mrs. Willie Souther- Dan flaxen, ,
that of HellbronnSrlnl's his _sister Mrs. Rudolph Andrews. Opposite Park Theatre i puAI
BOOK lop.Mr. C. C. Crosby hat presses thanks, and states RULED INDEX c.\KnS-bIJI land and children .* a

: and Mrs. Mrs the work is one-fourth.completed. BKADFORD COUNTY ) were visiting relatives __ .. .- .. -..- _n_._ .5 154lN .
F THE WEEK as guests Sunday Mr. and '1 per here Sunday Miss Ida Merrill, a registered ,
Randolph Crosby I'V' THK C.RT.T (
lath IT Of ..OR. p
of Ral i
hit and Mrs. J. N. Kelly { ,
That' None Should Die" by Dr.wk IIIA. I'* AMU FOR BHIUPOHUCOINTV. va I
and chll
Mrs. Annie Alvarez .. ..
ford ; ; .. ,
G. Slaughter of Jackson : dren Mr. and Mrs.> Austin Fender IN CHAVCRRV .A L, ,

It. (Doubleday-Doran) $2.73. and daughter of Pine Level, Margaret Plaintiff.Andersen \ '.',I'"' .; I: nenlunaA

f''He was waiting for the anesp :Mr. and :Mrs. Kirby ,Crews ant Robert-v.-Andersen No. 1386 ,' ,H'. "" .1.. ,.- -' ,'','.,' ',,,,,'/" tfr;t);/.'./W. ;;

llat'l nod, to Joe Crews. Defendant. '. ,!(
waiting perform Mrs. OP 8ERVICR ; .,.',.,.
-i more the miracle of,surgery Mrs. Amanda Silcox of Stark NOTICE TO APHKAKTHK "i Ae
)t. r ;" ,
of Mr. ano OK FLORIDA: \
i figure beneath the sterilraplnga. week-end guest .
was a To Robert Andersen, whose residence .. ,,' f rkr "
Working always to- Mrs. W, T. Crosby. I" "Unknown." e ."',j '. : !

|fd the time when none should Mr.. William Smith of Pine It In. hereby to appear ordered on that the you lit day are '; MukI...IY.el.

f for lack of the healing magic Level spent last week visiting required of September A. 1>. 1941 before the Ma
the entitled court, to the bill of
scalpel. In this sec above bt'
friends and complaint flied against you In the I
this l II the story of Dr. Ran- I tlon.I above entitled cauaei and "The ," \
Telegraph I.I
''Ph Warren, an Idealistic young I We are sorry to report the Illness hereby Bradford d.,County l_nat cl an the newspaper .- ,,'sw ,,\,
and this order shall b.publh.hed .. .
geon who sets out to fight of Woodrow Alvarez In whlth --- :
; week for tour .
pression> conditions in the world William Crosby Their many connvcutlve once week. -- c; / EWAi
I medicine and some of the acted wish them a' speedy re- WITNEHH my hand and the ural, -- -
friends of thin court at Htarke. Florida .. i, 'ter"I
ethics of the profession: It covery.A thin Xl"t, day of July A. I>. 1841. .: = "I It i ,
I be! story also of his comrades, assembled at the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.' J. Thomas, 6"I. :
large crowd of the Circuit ( ''\lrt. .
competitors, his enemies also Hals- Clerk Jacksonville, wars
; and Mrs. W. R. William D. Morgan

f'tress Ann.patient; Graeme his wife who, :a tries grateful Frances to enter, andy his Halslop's lop home Sunday of help celebrate and Mr. IV Fla.TIIF1 Plaintiff'!"riHCHT.flHCIIT-Attorney(..8-1 K KinilTIIJII : .4t....OK.It l-ta. .,' -.,., '. ",, M rr

Alton Dobbs >( I4I. IHI\i\( '
Mrs. ; I.
Mr. and jov (H
life. transacting \, IN' A1I' FOR MHtltFOHUDorothy niisi !

Ibt What particularly It Is the the story' Mro. Laura business- :Mosley In Grandln were Sun- 'Ol STY.Iv: Mllar CI."N'ER .. I .Dm ". II. qd'e,rill M

would happen if un'Wactory day. Complainant, 'r .
No. ,
conditions which1"exist; .v"-
M llar,
day should lead to the thing GRAHAMBy u..fend8nt.01'" fJERVICfI .. I 1lr

t any doctors dread state Mrs. L. C. Smith I ORDER NOTICE TO APP :An iie amei a4- ,.,!I r .
rot of residence : y
medicine., in this Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. To Oen IUliar" whose .
'la "Unknown. ;
'DlPSe of a not Improbable fu. Juanita Phillips of Starke visited It is| hereby ordered that you are .. 9:
ft, on the let day ,
to appear
We Thursday required ftfe
see doctors working on Mrs. J. H. Surrency of September A. I). 1941 before the '

Arne clock basis: "we find Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and above entitled court to the bill habove of ,
neg. In
I For
filed analn.t you business. virtually
Reddlck spent Sunday complaint "Th the first time ever you drive on : _
*e and :children of entitled eau.a n d you -o
incompetence Hn Mr. Telegraph" l I. REMEMBER work I taken out of driving
parents County all the *
offices politicians domlnat- with Mra. Reynolds' Bradford d..llI'naled a. the newspaper foot down on an accelerator I da
and Mrs. Ellge Strickland.Mr. hereby which this order shall be ibis car's fluid transminftion< mediCal In exhilaration by
practice In the ,,n. Davis an on... a week for tour ? Remember ; k .
Carlton published and
set and Mrs. clutching BOlli
of the constant
criminal adherents o"tlTe week moved at power;
petty baby boy. con aealof felt when the ear yourcommand
ttt t the arrival of a WITNESS my hand and the you
everYWhere, and nounce Florida' becomes a thing of the past
great lad has been this court at Ntarke' ? Remember the adrenshifting
little : IN
fa Spreading a web over Ue, August 2. The thin Jl'l., day of July, A. D. 1 U. find yourself reveling la ayou jt- Wto
Carlton. 6I" AI.) A. J. Thomas .Well I that's wh.c.sln store fora. you .
utry' The book reaches its named,,James I i (OFFICIAI. Circuit Court.Maybrlaht ture? :t';
of of the ssd
IIIaJt I n a thrilling crusade Rev, L. O. Hemmlngway I Clerk tc alt over sgain-the delightfuladventure ; wholly new experience. .b

alnlt Dr' Frank entrenched a Slaughter greed" is a ment Starke at filled the his Baptist regular apPOint-I l Jacksonville torn..,,. Fla. PlaintiffAt*-t It I-U..- of Dodge All-Fluid Drive. Row's the Time to Iluy. Get your ALL-FLUID DRIVE'I, f w awW

III1r morning and evening.Mr. "- Dodge now .and put your car '
practitioner In Jackson- day You glide rather than drive new M
:Joe, Florida Mrs. F. M. Griffin' CENTRAL FU. TILE ; for to come. ,
who hu the ability and I find motoring richly problem to rest years 1
Mrs. suddenly
leU Griffin's, slater MARBLE CO. you '
gripping and the visited in when T-MM.I.ra..a.e.s.1TU.ra.eiIp.M.L5.6.1.. *? "' I
urara truths and family satisfy tag -yeneven
to tell the W. L Phillips "KtKHVTHKW' I* TILE" ,

Sunday. .. liefRe. NOTICI ,,_ !
Jacksonville Pk.
hits None 1O GHANA
Should D** l Is Mrs. W T. McEver .. ...... 1I'1 R rilCIS AND SMCIrlCAIIONI I lUsJICT ",
at Mr. r
your Starke
Public I
merW' I left Thursday for a visit of several Office A DI..Ur R.*_. ,e

I weeks with relatives ln'north TOT W. ........, ft Ala. ii.O.e1SEe1ILLE. ,
; I' ,.L.... Motors
KI\pg -BLOCKS Georgia. P. Roberts
.l'D /
McCulley and ,aLisle. .
CONCRETE WORK Misses Florence .
A. A. ANNIS Oracle Lee Durbin C! Jackson- .. C....... '...ML.ailed. FLORIDA'' : ,) I

cot.Rilc'rp MATlRI.4.UI vilte and .Mildred Anna Conwayof Medlrla ('..1...* STARKE, ;;
23 Palatka are spending several l.arce Sleek Fret Temple Avenue 'i""
hPPostte W8Rhlacto. st. Ce.N1ee1 Meebaelea. $., ,
lppot PIaoae 185 days with their *. '11'

Mrs. C. Fogg. ':r- I


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'Y'i i M.{ C. A. Notes New ContractorMr. r Farming Notes MISSION HALL Treating Stock Awning RepairedThe Tae dab. the qualltleeet' ..lilT'

r AND TABERNACLEMr. the purpoMe bar ,
tC for
81h. pn
p Although a great number of : Ame Faxano, who for years By L. T. Dyer, County Agent For Disease wooden awning around lowing off lcere: ,f .
: 80,000 are been connected In general and Mrs. Claude P. Ganus ..
lamp Standing's men has Canova's Walgreen Agency In ,beIng One :Mayor
i't IrV In I The tobacco In the county oft Music Conservatory Farmers in the county are having
st ; jn maneuvers approximately 8,- contracting and engineering crop the Ganus Bros. repaired.4 which 1 will add Two Aldermen 1
+ 4 i 000 still remain in Camp who art( such capacities as general super this year is short by about 30 Birmingham, Ala., gave their horses and mules vac- : Ona Clerk,

seeking entertainment facilities/ In' Inteiulent, and President of the j, percent, and the quality Is mostly an open air musical service at cinated against sleeping sickness greatly to the attractiveness of ....or and Tax'rlo'aoll.or..'' to

h L Mr Starke, and local young ladles are] Faiano! Construction Company, I poor because of too much rain; the Tabernacle last Sunday night ] since two or three have lost valuable the place and the dryness of Inspectors One l\1anhall of 'II..o. I,

t requested to continue making and the Van Dyke (,ont{'uctIan however, the market price Is good ,The children's chorus which has loafers when It rains. Newsome. J. 1. "Id 1 elerllo. t''i
I ,
plant for the Informal dances at I I Co., recently opened his office In and the grower will receive fair been developing remarkably under animals with this disease T.11\S. testimony Williams W A. 11./J,
rj I j
JP r y the Starke Army Y. M. C. A. The Chamber of Commerce Building returns for his crop. their training; and leadership, recently, according to county NOTICE OK KI.HCTIO\\ Subscribe my neat whreeofuRla. and! I .,'

7 Myi on Thursday and Saturday even- StarkeFlorida.. assisted. Mr. Gomes had charge agent, L. T. Dyer, who has secured I. N. D. Wainwright. Jr.'. Mayorof I seal unto or.fChI.,1 the Bald town I"'

: 't tugs from 8:00: to 10:30: P. M. I Mr Fasano came to Starke The Government, through the of the service. the. services of Dr.. 'C. A. Authority Starke, veeta Florida by virtue by law, of, August A. 11. thln'' thr +t''d:
Attest 11'41.'I
superintendentof Commodity Loan is buying about The music 1 school meets ; hereby (rail an etectton the th.1 I ; 'I
I'' p' Wednesday night means bridge last September as every Palmer of Gainesville to vacci- .D.W al'
:at the .. n t+rlxht
City Hall In .
Blan- one-third of the tobacco crop to Instrumental the Cart Johns, Jr. .1
aft night. Young women and matrons construction at Camp Monday night The City CI lo.'It..

hold up the price to the growers. nate the animals. ". _...._...... ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,... .,............... ... ,, ..... 1.1.
well & ._ ..
enjoying bridge games are ding He came to Florida class Is taught from 5:00: to 7:00: Last' Dr. Palmer I.'O.'U''III."U"-'-'--' '' '--"-_"-'-'''''."''-" .."_".."-'''.'.''.-..-........".."_"-......_..."."'.."",'..,-..'...".."..,'.,,"'.''
tk secured P. M. class from Saturday, accompanied I nuCrdttxyerasv"" "-
cordially Invited to assist during recommended, and has and tae.singing
J'c.:14I these Wednesday evening Ie. several difficult contracts since Farmers are planning A large 8:00: to 9:30: P. M. by Mr. Dyer vacci- M. A. .KITE

y alone liU arrival. Mr. Fasano and his acreage .In vegetable crops this "The Five Beatitudes of Reve nated horses at the following ,
fall for homo use as well as for
r Local families Interested In doIng organization will be glad to render lation" was the subject of the places: Mrs. Sarah Alvares. El-

their bit for the Army are all professional! aid possible' National market In defense accordance: with the ,Bible Study at the Mission Hall lery Sapp W. E. Sapp ,J. H. PAINTER & DECORATOR

requested to open their home for to persons interested In future 'program. Tuesday night, conducted by Mr. Walnwrlght. J. S. Eunice. W. H. ..1
Sunday luncheon engagements construction, estimates and advice of Oom .. The service is precededby Edwards,. C. A. Griffis and Z.. Z. -
To further the production
for soldier sponsored by the Y. will be cheerfully given. 'food crops I understand that there a question box period. Grlffls. He will again vial these -

M. C, A. Many families are will be no commercial vegetable Weather permitting all ''Taber- places Saturday morning this ; Phone 148

more than doing their share In County Court Held allotments next year, and everyone nacle services will be conducted week in order to give- the animals ,

L f+ this capacity but still more Invitations out-doors. Regular services are the second 1000e.He will also
( r ,pd "'I C are- needed to meet the I County Judge E. K. Ferryman will be urged to grow more held Friday and Sunday nights of visit Luther Powell and A. J. South Broadway Between Call
sentenced nine In County |food and feed crop to help out "
t requirements... persons and Wednesday In the National defense. each week. Thomas Saturday afternoon to _.. .. ,. ., and, Madison

'flj: A call several days In advance Court Tuesday The Children's story hour meets give first dose to horses; Mr NatlpIIIItlIMIIIIIIIIIIIarIa" 'IZllinmllllXltlNmldYllNlitalAAllXilOIIIMmMIAtlAImIIIIAAIII' "'""",pIIIlmm, mtl XNMFnnpp' _..
two white men and seven negroes. !!!!!!!!:. _
-I Invitation will every Wednesday at 3:30: P. M. Dye/ 'says.Those ,
f the Sunday loan office
t+ 4. + lean that proper arrangements charges Roy Carter-assault was convicted and battery on, and two The will emergency begin making crop loans about There Is a J period; of Bible study, In .the county who have I""" UYIIWWIIIYYWUetlWIIIWUMIWWIIYIIIIIeIIM.IWU11nIIIIpLIWgalal"" '''''' '' < ', ,,''< ytlllpWWalNlrlpA/rIIWIlY1lIIIWIIIIa'' ,,, ,, ,,,, 'I' ............

Dr any desired number of young passing bad checks-and was the middle of August for the pro- then a B.llile.ltory:' under the,leadership horses to vaccinate should get ..t.v1" ._ ,..;. .

# aen can be made In accordance fined *2S and costs. W.. L. duction of fall crops. Those wishIng of--Mrs.. Thornquest. Mrs.Mersere'al them to one 4 t these pjacjs or *-;**' \ItI

iv with your ached ale.1 Stuckey drew the same fine for such a loan should notify 'me .. .duct::. a,1 sewing I get several together ,at a convenient *
lty, class. I where Dr. Palmer can
at office.' place
reckless driving. Bible School is held at'3:00: p.1 vaccinate them without too much Starve Dry Cleaner
yip Miss Haskins Injured Five negroes were convicted on '
fP A. Sunday. All age groups are
a charge of possession of moonshine There are new and valuablebulletins loss of time.
Mlas Hilda Haskins; B. H. S. whiskey. John L..Williams, and Information to be I Invited to attend. Those who will have horses I

"' Senior for next year, la back in J. C. David and David Pratt were had in my office on Important ready at other places Saturday, and

N'' ul'' r t her place In the Haskins' Auto each fined $50 and costs, wHile subjects in growing crops and Meet As EqualizersThe should see Mr. Dyer and make Laundry

Parts office of her father in James Johnson and 1 Charlie Williams gardens raising poultry, pigs Board of Commissioners arrangements as Dr. Palmer can
end of town, almost as good were each fined $15 and and calves; In butchering and dissolved itself come only on Saturdays.,

as new after her recent auto costs. Willie Johnson, assault storing pork, caring for eggs, and morning Into the Board of Monday Equalizers

wreck. and battery, was fined $15 and : caring for the livestock on the County Tax Assessor E.

About 8:30: on a recent evening costs, while Ernest Hampton was : farm. Those Interested'abould
I(I W. Hayes requested furthertime
"6 she left Starke alone In a '37 fined $25 and costs on a charge call at my office, and I shall be his e -4-
on 1941
,assessment roll because
t-4: k home Chevrolet at Keystone'HelghU.on her way to About their of reckless driving. glad to help them. I of provisions of the 1941- BoatingBathing nno: u nee j

,&, t ; t elx miles out-near Moore's fill- Rotary Exchange Pauper Roll ChangesAt Legislative acts requiring that it .
be examined the State
by Comp
1 rl., .., inv alatlon-ahe ran into the rear -
i 4 end of a truck which Inflicted Injury Members of the Starke Rotary the regular meeting of the troller' before"being presented to ,

to herself and the driver of Club had charge of the programat Board of County Commissionerslast the Board 0 Equalizers.. Mr.

the truck, caused f 150 damage to the regular meeting of the Monday Mrs.. Senle Prevatt Hayes 'stated(.,'that 'It would 'beseveril.daysr Bowling :CASH' AND .CARRY

Gainesville Club Tuesday. Seven > tore'he'could. secure f' -
her own car and alight damage to Was .allowed $23 per month for
the truck. She was treated for local Rotarians made the trip. An the care of her son, Ossle R.' ,the af.tept.lon of the comp- '. PRICES
a gash on her nose, a large bumpon Interesting quiz was staged In Prevail Also the following persons troller>..00" .tfie'# books and asked Billiards I

her forehead and other bruises. which three Gainesville businessmen were allowed $5 per month: that postponement be made until Ii
I were matched (in a game of 8k. later date. Whereupon the
She spent several days In bed. L. A.' Fowler Walter Clear and i .
CharlieBatten, who lives nearMoore's wits against three University of Mrs. Louana Grlffls. The namesof Board recessed until Thursday, '

filling station and was I, Florida college professors. Believe r Carey ,Starling and Mrs. Win- August 14; at 10 A. M. Bar-B-Q I i ,
1 ,rt driving the truck, had his neck It or not-the business men ona Hickman were stricken from t

{; hurt. "I was meeting; a car with I won! Walter V. ''Walsh, first the roll. Board Buys Lots

4 bright lights-and he wouldn'tdim pianist at the WFA's American When the Board adjourned It On Chicken Dinners .
y July 12, 1941 Dr. W. E.
p p9 Legion Recreation Center here CURB SERVICE
his lI&'hts-and a truck was:
to meet Au- Middleton
f adjourned Thursday, County Superintendent
between me and the light without I[accompanied the Starke Rotariansand gust 14. It also decided that they and the County Board of Public
,- ,Y; + any tall light, so that I couldn't pleased the Gainesville mem- Shrimp Dinners .
; would meet at 9 A. M. Instead of Instruction, closed a deal for
nee it," Mlsa Haskins said Monday -|j jbers I with several. unusual piano 10 o'clock their
on regular meetIng some property which was begun
;I y, e'. "The truck was going 'slow .numbers. days, In order that they might by Supt. A. J. Griffis October 2, I Suits and Plain presses
s and I Into the back of him." r
_ ran ail bllla and of 1939. Cold DrinksTrailer ,
get paid out the That is, the Board paid -
Recent BirthsMr. I
way before the regular business for and received a warranty deed 49c

_'I Cemetery )Working session began for seven lots In Block C in the
and Mrs. Harry Augusta \
Rising addition to Starke ; Insurance Ic
An all-day working will be held. Stern, Starke, July 31, boy; Mr. C which .BnoW' Park .. ... '
Had Luck Chief by the B. .. .1"
at McKinney Cemetery on Friday; and Mrs. Carlton Davis, Graham, occupied .-H. S. "

August 15. Everyone Interested August 2, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Ovid >
While a member' of the Telegraph
According ((0 f Charles Hardy
Is asked to to Rodman Thomas ,
come prepared Starke
stay I August CottagesGood
all day. IS, girl.CLASSIFIED. I staff was very busy late clerk In Dr. Mlddleton's office, TOTAL SOc

------ -_.., Wednesday evening- doing- some the consideration was S300.. __ The__ ;t-,. '
'I "', I Important reportorial ,work ,.a land ,
purchased from Dr P. -
.:., : : ADS "friend" of Police Chief A. L. A., Brinson of Baldwin. Fishing

: ,\\1ft.f' i Alvarez came by and vouched for

Fan SALE-1930 Tudor Ford FOR RENT- 3-room furnished the truth of this story. Kingsley Lake Baptists'The
Friend: "Chief, all collarda Beer On
sedan with radio. Good condition. garage apartment, Adults. your Tap
drowned Kingsley Lake
Cash $200. J. K.: Gala, Mrs. L. M. Clark, 1 1-2 ml. outE. are out. Baptist Church Missionary WE ALSO PICK UP
will hold
Chief: "I haven't made: a cent
across street from Night Owl Call St., Starke. tf
gy ?" .
regular "'
on the Jacksonville road. Itp this year except on an old' hen. meeting next Sunday, August "T i

WILL RENT She ran down a gopher home and 10, at Hi o'clock A. M., with AND DELIVER

FOR SALE Pine apple pears furnished six-room very reasonably house, all, a turtle bit her leg off. I took a preaching by the pastor. Meet Your

60 Smith per, Graham bushel. Mrs. U C tf or Located.part, close to responsible"to Fla. Motor party. wooden clothes and And. made would you her believe a Mr.: and Mrs.-D. R. Shaffer, of Friends At Prices Slightly

It? She had 14 little Park, were recent guests
FOR SALE-Electric butter kist Lines bus station, 3 minutes -
:of their
peanut roaster; originally sold from postofflce, or ask Mr. Con- and every single" one of them Mr. and son-in-law Mra. S. A.and Weldon.daughter Mr., Kingsley Beach Higher
had wooden
for *213; will take $73 Cash way at bus station for directions legs and Mrs.: Shafer I
were enroute to
AND This is the man who is I
Guaranteed to L. O. Jones
as good a* new. estate. Itp
running for chief of police! Asheville. N. C.. to spend a
Inquire at Telegraph office. 2tp month; and were 'accompanied by FRONTAMUSEMENT I : -

4-ROOM HOUSE tor rent. :3 I 1-2 -. -- their little grandson ,
FOR SALE-one purebred Poland mites east of town on F F. Big Vale Must Go on. '_ Billy Weld ,

China gilt from World Flume place. l ) PARK
Apply I. O.
The oak
Urge tree which for
ajraln. .
WlIU m.- lip cptjRT or COUNTY junoi.
between 230 Iba. and Ighlne'l many years has lent shade and 2nP.1Mln!. COUNTY: STATIC OK i ..' ..ijaaa ADVERTISED

Will farrow within 10 days. WANT TO beauty to East Starke-right In In re Entateof
Two young purebred Poland priced furnished reasonably the middle 0 f Weller street- ". C. He"> r..r, Deceased On Road 48 Near PRICESI
apartment. 2 must now give Its life for the Nonce In hereby given to all I'
China males.-Luclan- Conner. or 3 rooms private bath, ground whom i It may _ncern, that on the Camp Blanding I
sake of progress. Starke must 10th day of ftaptcmber
Route 2, Box 123 Starke. floor, A. D. l 4l.
private entrance, full- expand. I shall apply to the Honorable K! !
S-l 4tp size comfortable bed, all utilities K- <>"" ", Judge ot said Court
furnished. Be here S The new Orange Lines bus station 5f. Judge of Probate. for my final {I cyan>: i mm' nwem''"'irnrnnrnxni'' '' '''mrmnlwraaermirsimmmmnsmoiniroiunmmwnansemm'' ''''! '' '"", i ,,,,,, ,,...,,, ,,. ,,,m,,,,iwr,, ,, """'""!!!!!"a!"toL .!
WANTED-One large unfurnUhec Is soon to be erected on the charire an Executor of the aitatah..a
months. Will consider C. HHb.rger' deceased
small ? and
room, or 2 or 3-room unfurnished corner of Call and Welle, and at the earns time I will: present -
house. Must be reason furnished house Any location. the old tree must come down. my final accounts .. Hxccutorr
Write. Folks, P. O. Box 489. ot said estate. and ask
able. ltp theIr
Write Box 431-A. Starke So voted the City Council Tuesday approval.
FOR RENT-furnished apartment night when James M. Murphy Dated AuraM. sth A. n. 1911|:. Mf,1t"gN.D,

Dally cash market for cattle and! W. P; Smith, 301 South Church general manager of the a.1 4t .-fordary B. HUb.rir.r! ,
hoes. Auction Sale every Thurs. St. It Orange Lines and the Camp Blan -G 0

day beginning at 2:30: p. m. ding cab company asked that It itniS'lrc.ult.Court, "radford County, JIIJ'77NIT's r A
Columbia LOST-Oldsmoblle hub LlT.mri'2' Chaneer Jew.1I lAIrd
Stockyards, Lake cap on > ,
City,, be don. In the Interest Of the I : vst Jmmtm, Matthew Lord, iL C
Fla. Phone Temple Ave. between
481, See or write J. house and new building. defendant, on Monday the tat day

D. Odom Jr.? P. O. Box 247, Sam Anderson's Garage. Finder Jams of ilept.mb,1"ttU.Matt b, -Lord the In defendant

Starke Fla. tf please return to A. F. Sauls. It appear to the bill filed .required aln.t him to
Gas Contracts Let
herein. This'
order to be published
FURNISHED COTTAGES once a week for four coneecutive. the "capjur el au OG
on LOST-*t postofflce brown bill- weeke 'In "acado.Ja&dal
Lake Santa In regular session Monday Bradford County T..I. Every kind of
Fe. 5 miles I graph, .
east of fold containing pIc-I a a.wepaper publl"hed InOFP'ICIAI. creation Imaginable-all lh.
Waldo. Electric money morning the Bradford County said nradford. County. ;
nlng water. lights run. lures and social security cardIn Board of Public Instruction received (( SEAL) A. J, Thoma. of attraction winter thai bring thousands O
Inquire Lewis "Ierk of vacatlouere-v.
name of Circu Cotfrtur Dradford Yours
Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla Betty Mary Klvea. bids on gasoline and oil ( r.., THIS aurora al a small fraction
tf Finder please leave at pootof- to: be furnished to county-owned Starke, Florida/.August'9th. 1141. of wlnt.r....oe costs. Famous

flee for reward. lip buses and awards were made as -. d-S 4t H-38 maces like the n..,..... Hloh. .. ..
FOR RENT-6-room house with follows: way end Key heal Marineland.

sleeping porch hot and cold LOST Chestnut brown horse, Redding and Wainwright buses SEA Silver Bok Town. Cypress Gard.... ,
FOODS *-counlleaa other
water. Available August 13.- clipped mane. Strayed from to C. R. Whitehead Lawtey; E. ; attraction win make it the boat

Apply Greene Store, Starke. Itp farm 3 miles south of Starkeon J. Lewis and..Sam Mott buses, to ; vacation you'*. ever had. Hot.

FOR Road 23. Please notify Lex C. B. Colson B I' a oker; Alvin I Ida Motor Lines will make It
home. rooms In private Green Starke. itpLOSTSheaffer's Wynn, M. C. Miller, Eldon Sapp, economical all-conditioned tiequr
Connecting bath*.-203 W O. Collins. ElaQL'Lewia and MULLET Streamliner buaea will make it t
Lafayette St... tit: call Stern'sgarage comfortable convenient ach.d.aIetI a
black fountain Seeber Johns buses, to J. P.. Roberta will make the moat oi
Up pen-gold band with signature Starke. BREAM Ii... Your Florida Motor Linos your

FOR RENT-One large", furnished of Roswell H. NoeRel. Finder' PERCH agent will gladly gi i_ you d.
room, Mils and ...... vacation trip
adjoining Falls
bath convenIent please return to Carpenter's1 From Auto TROUT suggestion.
location. Apply Box 213. DrugStore for reward.
s Starke, or inquire at Bradford lip Little Arthur Neeland, 6. fell RED BASS UNION BUS STATION

_County Telegraph. lip out of a rapidly moving automobile LACY CONWAV. Agent

CONSTRUCTIONALL > Monday afternoon and was SHRIMPDRESSED Starke Florid..

MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE-Duo. practically scalped and skinned POULTRY

Therm heat fireplace: hot TYPES. NEW STRl'CTVRES all over," according to Dr M. B.lerlong. ,

water, complete bath near OR REPAIRS who rendered first aid

...chooT\ VI1 0 blocks. outside "Tans. Estimates; and Architectural and sent him on to the Alachua sMAGNOLIA

city limits Road 13J. E. Sort Ices Free County Hospital, Gainesville.
Ogle, across highway from Nlte The family lived In central

t Owl' Itp G. M. DAVIS Ohio, Dr. HerlonK said. and were FISHMARKET

FOR RENT-One G E .\CONTRACTOR travelling between Starke and LORID OTOR DBEi
room, twin 1
beds. Girls Gsalneavllle, Florida Hampton when tb.. accident oc-
I Church St., Starke.preferred.-:317 itp N. 738 E. Depot PlMMM" 1064 urred-the child accidentally 209 E. Call Phone $7 I

opened the door and fell out


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