Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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_ SEP 61941


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OffersOpportunity If You Plan To Build A Home In Starke
You'll Rate Priority On Most Materials; I County FairCommittees

R kSOGS--M It you're planning to build A I''to conserve oil because of transportation
[o MovingS.OBuilding ;; home In Starke, Uncle Sam will I' shortage.
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I ?6isbM. CA14Pk' show' his interest by seeing that I To obtain priority assistance 1
IY Y you get the necessary materialsIn the builder In a defense area must '

-fVD1N+ W,AS! MEVER r To Young Men lines.spite of shortage I n various. federal apply to Housing the local Administration.office of the Are Announced 4

By an official order from Wash. Nelson! said the FHA offices would
Long( opposition to changing At the suggestion of Secretaryof Ington. D. C.. builders of homes bo utilized In order to put the Plans for the Bradford County-

f location of Starke's proposed Navy Knox H. A., Carlton of costing lens than $6.000 In 275 plan ,Into effect quickly, although Fair to be held here during the

R B U S. O. recreation bulld- the Bradford County Telegraphhas designated/ defense areas through It has no connection with FHA
week of November 3-8
this s been made Editor to are rapidly
for Navy ,
donated t
Ifrom site HTW
the out the U. S. were given first call mortgage-Insured activities.
of Starke was help the Navy In giving ambitious I taking shape and members of the
pose city
| eby the \ on copper, zinc, electrical supplies No application will be considered
cod l by the Jones-Langford- > local young men Information hardware and other materials (until It U demonstrated that a-Langford-Whlte A m e r lean

|t"e,; American Legion Post at about the opportunities the "Two- needed for construction the homes "Will be available to do- Legion Pout sponsor of the an-

regular meeting held herelosday i} Ocean Navy" offers them for In Florida the designated areas tense worker, with prices within 'nual event are more enthusiastic

night, technical training? and advancement were: Starke. Jacksonville Cocoa their! reach and at locations convenient than ever over the outlook fora

officials of the organization as they ser their countryin Key Went, Opalocka Orlando, to their employment
I had heard efforts Its emergency Panama City Pensacola, Tampa The successful celebration.At .
ed that they ; tt ttugl highest preference rating
Ire; being made to have the lolion t :$ S 1 1 According to an announcement Tallahassee, Valparaiso, and West. will be assigned to defense housing a meeting Wednesday! afternoon :

of the building .changed tofclher made public In Washington, a Palm Peach. f I projects which were under of the Agricultural Exhibits ;

paitof town. limited number'of' additional men The list of materials Includednot construction at the beginning of -Committee, headed by County I" :

resolution w a I between the ages,I of 17 and 50 only such metals as cooper, I I this month and to remodeling and Agent L. T. Dyer the following .. I

me following v will be given a chance, by enlist- steel, Iron and zinc, but aluo man-I rehabilitation jobs designed to committees! were appointed IIPO"I"

opted: ment in the Navy or Naval Re- ufactured products such as lIght-' create additional,\ living quarters recommendation of t h a various

WHEREAS, It has come to serve, to get to the top with big ing fixtures, meters, water softeners for defense workers. Communities throughout t h.

1 attention of the Jones-Lang- pay, In Jobs which by their apti- radiators and thermostats Lower ratings will he given to county 1 \, '.

d.Whlte Post No. 56 of thelierlcan tude and as a result of examination It Included also ranges refrigerators new constiuctlnu for !rent and a'' Lawtey: W. II. Edwards, chair

Legion of Starke that they show' themselves fitted, and oil gas and coal burners still lower! rating to new houses man, J. S. Norrrlan. J, M. Rosier,( '

u. S O. recreational building from among nearly 50 different but It specified that no preference to be offered for sale. To qualify Fred Moore, V. R. Ferguson, Mrs\ : '

soon to be erected in the City trades and vocations These Include would bo given to oil under the plan a house must be L. H Patch I. B. Cody. Mien :..'

Starke for the benefit of theKonnel s" db such calling as aviation burners In the eastern seaboardarea designed for rental for not more. Enia Blanchard, and MelvUt. r s

of the armed forces' of ( .N NI machinist, dental technician, photographer where efforts are,being made I than $50 a month Futch. "4?;
E United States, andiEREAS p 't #,m a4iL 'W* + diesel 'engineer, radio flnrkef: R. F. Demorest Chat{ 1 I

it Is the desire of technician electrician w 81 d er, I I man. A. R. Moore, Mrs R. II. Alvar .
V members of this Post that storekeeper 'and buker. Enlistedmen New Tax Bill CandidateEmory L. D. Green Mrs N D.

L building should be so locatedto may also qualify for commissions Walnwrlght. Jr., C. R. Cooper. .

afford the maximum benefit a8 officers.. Mlns. Ruby Lily, Mrs. Ethel Dlggs (., $

|:he said lets of the United States during plans tor a limited time to ac- High and Mrs O. L. Hcunley.

E present emergency and later __.t ". *' cept new qualified men for train.Ins Hampton. : W S. Slhley Chair. '
the Community and -- *_ ..; ..,'. These men will be sent, to President ROOl ,
I WHEREAS the City of Starkea ; tOne one of four Naval Training\ Stations the unprecedented '3. a3.- worth, Mrs. Q. p. Wadaworth, II.l. .

a suitable location and hasfcred and may have a chance to 100,000( revenue bill became law May, Mrs. II. D. May Cleveland -

( same for the erection 'of picture is worth a thousand words. go to a Navy Trade School even on September 20, and, the Federaltax 4 Sullivan. Mrs Cleveland, SuU

d U, S. O. recreational build- be i orG assignment to (the fleet. : load mounted to record-break, Ivan, L. J., Wynn, Mrs. Lynn Hall,
This cartoon from a recent issue of The Dixie During this period they will be .
said: location being at thefner ing proportions, hitting the average and M, L Watlermm.Ciahum ,
of Temple Avenue andfchlngton official publication of the 31st Division, tells the poign given regular, Navy pay and the citizen's: pocketbook In a : Mrs. Itulli Frazier:

Street, just opposite ant story of the soldier boy who was well off at Camp Vavy's free schooling U valued at dozen ways or more. Chairman John McKlnney F. T.

IP High School building, and Clanding and didn't know it. hundreds of dol\ln.\ Existing taxes and the new Abernathy, Mrs, John Burrency.Kufus .

WHEREAS, this IS a most Now while on maneuvers in Louisiana beseiged "Never In the history of the levies are expected to bring In Johnson, T. L. Casey Mrs. t

liable location for the service oak and mud United States has there beengreater between 13000000.000 and $15,. ferry Starling, and, W, C. Bur
with red bugs, mosquitoes, ticks, poison opportunity for loyal ton. ,
|o, being easily accessible, heft there's 000,000,000 next year, but even
he realize that be it ever so sandy no
adjacent to the Union BusBuJon beginsto young Americans to serve their this huge amount Is expected to Ilrooker: Mrs. H. II. Howard.; I

the Seaboard Air Line place like Blanding! country and build their futures fall far short of defense expendl* Chairman, C. B. Howard, Mr. and

lilway Depot, the .'Armory, the Next ,week Starke will begin to take on new lifeagain than right. now,'' said Secretary. tures during the next 12 month Mrs.! R. E. Hacen, Mrs. Daisy: I,

edo Field and to the main as the boys start coming back "home." Knox which are expected to run 'roundJ] Fisher, It, II. Crosby, H. JI. Howard '
Illness district of Starke; In outlining the many ad van: 32000000000. 1 Mrs C, J. Crews, Mrs," E. C; I !
nit would take an expert statistican to determine tagea offered by ienllstmentt1n the Long J. V. Edward, /1'., and M (
IT The law will estimated ,
'NOW, THEREFORE JBE new bring an ,
SOLVED the Jones-LangV, + \,..'who'll be.the happiest; -Th boys to get back to Starke, United States Navy Mr Carlton 4,930.000 additional persona 0 Harrell. .,J I t I,:
by y :
d.Whlte Post No. 66, American 1 1 'or Starke.to get the boys' ba<:k.' ;, said "It is possible for a bright: under the Income tax struc Pice| supervisor ofrelll.tration New Rivers: R. J. Turner; Char.man ,

Klon Department 0 f Fl';,''tda. young man to to.Increase his pay lure by lowering present Income In Uuval County, who Mrs R. J. Turner 'Mr.:and 1 FII,
m. ter above-wenltoe W'W'' ii ''* seven times, dining hU first enlistment exemptions from ,12OQOto$1.500 this week announced his candidacy Mrs.: M. t. John. S. L. Crews, "If ;

Horsed as being the most suite B. .H: L.And Green Cov, and..he can earn as much for maril6,! p>rnonii, and from for Representative trf Congress fi. L. I Kelley, Mr. and Mrs M. F.Wlgglrm .

location for the said U. S. Q. us $126 a month. This monthly $800 to $780 for single persons.In ,. from the Second District Mrs. K. A 'Sapp and

national building In Starke At ParkTonight figure Is,actually worth much addition' the normal tax of He U a'native of Putnam Countyand Mrs Lacy Johns. I
Clash Tonight more when It is remembered that iour each Individual munt I j McRae
d percent has been living In Jacksonville Rising: A. R. Chairman,
I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the man has few living e,pen> es pay .a surtax which begins ut six i since 1903.Historic Lonnie Crawford B. .M. McRtie, i

| t the, City Council of the City at 8 o'clock the purple Tornadoes of B. H. S. and Is provided with the finest percent on Incomes In the lower Mrs. J. L. Conner, Fred HitUIop, i'' I n

will swing into action against Green Cove Springs, traditional of medical and dental cure. rackets, and Increases to 13 percent Mrs W. C. Ward, Mrs. W, O. I
| in- I "You have all your food and In the higher brackets Office Conner, and, Walter Underbill. I
under the lash of two Jl
opening game foe. Stinging and also original Last a married man witha
iinlcy, be urged to use their lodging your year Vanderbilt: H. L. Norman,
stiefforts to secure approval of successive defeats in 1939 and 1940, the boys from neigh-' outfit of clothing provided by wile, two children, and a $3.000 Chairman, Mrs. H. L. N/irman .{j.

|:d location as the site for the boring Clay are reportedly "out for revenge" and anything Uncle Sum free," Mr. Carlton. con- Income paid no Income tax Next Rolled Away Mr. and Mrs L. L. Ronfroe", Mr. I

f 4 U, S, 0 recreational. bulld- when the two teams clash at Bradford Park. tinued. "In addition there are free March he will find he owes Uncle and Mrs W. ii:. Sapp, T, W.i,.Over-
can happen and entertainment even Sam around $::54.
f In Starke; sports street, Mrs. Loin Mayes, ,Miss
|BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Workmen have been busy during the summer "streamlining" to the latent Hollywood pictures. Beginning October 1 Mr. Aver- The historic little building directly Ruth Alvarez, and Mrs. ,Sarah I

|at a copy of this resolution be Bradford Park, and fans who turn out tonight' to On top of this you get free travel age Citizen will also pay a six i across Call St., from the Alvarez
seating capacity increased to and adventure In colorful places percent tax on I his local telephone
Tornadoes will
edlately'transmitted to the boost the Bradford County Telegraph had Hellbronnt p D. Reddish, Chair
I bleachers has! been few civilians can afford. bill, and 10 percent on long distance -
Py Council A new set of a thing
of Starke that aWfJ accomodate 1,750 people. the skids put under It Tuesday man, Mrs. P. D. Reddish T. N.
"When consider the size of calls or telegrams lie will
be transmitted to the U. S. erected on the west side ofthe you when Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry Norman Freda. Clark, Mrs.\ II. H.
I organization that, a copy be field for the home-town Probable starting line-up for O-j': this country and the fact that the pay five percent more for electric man had W. C. Prather ,roll It Keene, Mrs. J. C. Jones, Miss.
will select 15,000: applicants bulbs and 10 percent more
only light
ImUhed the local press, andft while visiting spec- nights fracas: Navy back from Call street on to their Rosle Moore, and L. L. Conner.
rooters, month from times for a new refrigerator. 1 1It.
a copy be spread upon the the old Frank Crews end. a many property at the rear of their (Continued on page twelve) '
flutes tators will occupy center. that number t h r o u g bout the If he takes his wife to a night
this Post. of Marion Crews Madison St., home. The move ,
bleachers on the east side United States, the quotation club, he will pay an extra five
and Denmark end. 70 SO feet, but the
rjfcad adopted'in a regular J. E. was only or
The field is now called but few on the bill; movie. will
field. are
the 'Many are percent
r tang of the Jones-Langford- Odell Jones, back. building will likely be turned so Tired Soldiers
final grooming, and will to local rout 10 percent more; and a week.
["Ite< Post No. 56 American receiving Joe Allen Lander, guard chosen, apply. young as to front toward Court street.
|Pon Department 0 f Florida, everything will be In ,top flight Buck McMillan, back. men interested. end trip by plane, train bus or Their plans are not perfectedas t
for the grand. opening to- "Navy men are a 'hand-picked boat will be taxed five percent.
f b 23rd day of September A. D. shape David Shuford. tackle. will yet-that Is, they are not quite To Get Benches
lot. Candidates must be men of Automobile owners pay
Ralph Dudley, tackle. I certain whether they will makeIt :
night.While and Inner
I expectingto more than average Intelligence double taxes on tire
: local fans are Armond Thomas, guard. Into a three-room apartment or
of fine moral character tubes, and beginning next year
this and ambition
I football
D Wainwright, Jr.. Adjutant. see some real Herbert Green back. have two or three roosns' to rentto Carleton, of
must across with a Hyman manager
have the written they come
the and must
I \. Weldon, Post Commander. year because of the fact Coolidge Gassett. back. men. In any case, some re.
Tornadoes begin the season with recommendation of at least two flat $3 annual tax*: on the car modelling will have to be done, ,the Columbia Military Distributors,

the loss of only one firststringman : local townspeople." Itself. The little house was erected In after conferring with Mayor N. D.
kion Coach Many As Navy Editor, Mr. Carlton Giving friend wife a new bracelet (.
from the 1940 Squad 1844 bv !Mrs. Perrvman's father. Wainwright, Jr., and Councilman
Project refuses o be overly :Fictitious Names' ha Just received from Washingtona radio, phonograph, or camera and used
Paul V. Parks $ Col. C. F Peek was by A, Canova chairman of the
booklets will cost 10 percent more, and the I
no out supply of free Illustrated and
"We have him first law office
an a
optimistic. I local businessesare interested and. In same levy must be paid on a foot. Street committee, went out Wednesday
stars." he says, "and More than tor men ,: later as a real estate office until
Have Telegraphthis ball for the son or a bottle of and canvassed the businessmen
post AidThe under a new coach It takes time advertising In the Addition will welcome Inquiries he died In 1927-43 years In all.
fashion a team that clicks like I' week In accordance with the irom young men who wish to look perfume for daughter A game' Some years later Congressman with regard to placing green
to Name Act, passedat Into the and greater opportunities of pool might. cost more In order M
and Fictitious new
clock work. But come out new Lee Green bought It and occupiedIt benches along Call street on
| W. p. A. recreation| pro.Fl We the last session of the State the Navy now offers for to help pay the $10 tax: on pool sometime. "Ie
a scrap. as an office for .
t the boys put up which soldiers might rest their
w help
In effect. civilian tablet:, and playing cards will beara
havthe American Legion Hall 'fight' and teamworkwill Legislature, and now training for future Wolfe-McLeod Construction'companies
r t hope that their 13c per pack levy. weary bones. He met with such
additional serve
sponsorship about a happy result. This law states that businesseshaving careers as they were the last occupants.A .
L be abandoned Is the fear of bring names other''' than the try now In Us emergency. Those yrho' Uke to talk about few months ago the local unanimous approval that hek engaged -
r f legionnaires 'of the Jones- The Pep Squad will be even owner the "high cost of living" will have << C. H. Jenkinscarpenter.to ,
informer of their principal Masonic lodge traded Lex: Green
and more active than name make the benches. The namesof
r PoM-WhIte larger of conversational subject
t at their Post as brought years and fans who like must advertise the proper own- Park Announces plenty matter. out of It, the Masons later selling the donors will be painted on
meeting Tuesday l Issues of a qualified the house and lot to William
liht of football ership !In
colorful side-lights the benches, which will be placedIn
| :r Something must be done the entertainmentIn newspaper, and then register the Price ChangesAs Randolph and sons of Miami
once of front of each respective place
and thla can Is sent will find plenty. of the Cir Drivers i
It I being cheering sectionIn name. with the Clerk Increased Federal 2,000 Beach for the sum of $6,500. or
watching the a result of of business ,
CrtaS? the hope that some Court. $16280 front foot. Judge and
cuit per
taxes the management of the Already Licensed acid hits
action. "Now mind
rjwlc citizen or group may be The Bradford County Telegraph Mrs. Perryman finally regained I you
Band will have its Park ThCatre has announced a "I'm not Interested In
r help save this valuable The B. H. S. has the necessary blanks and K. possession of the little house In Carleton.
8t to the *Mler along with the i business men slight Increase In admission According to County Judge the other side of Call street," The
> and citizenry reserved section will be glad to assist I K. he has already sold exchange for a few additional feet
| larke. effective Wednesday, October Ferryman be the
prices on
benches to placed
of these advertisement are
will play of at the of the lot
and in the preparation drivers' licensesof ground rear
Squad automobile
The Pep more
1.Admission between
side of Call street
rig the City light of Starke has been dear to the hearts of students,I all day Saturday and I various kinds than ho ban sold At a very early date William south Court and Walnut streets "Whenthe
and water bill and to erecta
said Randolph sons plan
Spectators are other day will by this date last year. "But.
that and present. for matinees on other merchants see how It
IponftOra.now must be paid by past special attention to I McCord Burned be 3Oc Instead of 23c! as formerly. the Judge, "there should be a 20-room hotel on the property. helps business they will do like
Also with the ap- asked to pay sold by this Up stairs there will be 12 hotel I
h will be 35c Insteadof great many more "
of Winter, 'fuel muat be the new Band members from mends of T. M. (Mac) McCord Night prices since there are so many rooms. On the first floor there wise.
for service time,
ed. There I learn thai he Is In 30c. Admission men and two Well. If It takes a New Yorkerto
Cd are' also some grades 5 to 8.Admission will regret to In uniform will not change. Children more people here now than there will be eight hotel rooms
repair and Improvements at the gate U 50c I the Alachua County Hospital still be admitted for were a year ago." Approximately larger< room*. 20 x 15.: In one wake up us Florida cracker

nLhhg be made., and additional and 23c! for all school' Gainesville, suffering with severe will school students 2,000 have been sold up to date. of these rooms will be the hotel and<< show us the way 'to go, morepower
In for adults a. gasoline and lOc, while high Mr. to him) In St. Petersburgas
other words atkeeplh tickets are $2 burns caused of wUl The County Judge's office will. coffee shop, according t o
per children. oil explosion.Mr. under 18 years age while In the other there many as 3.000 people may be
month Is neededrourt and fans who kerosene in- be all day Saturday to help Randolph,
respectively 20e Instead of 15c.: All prices open ,
and $1 was beating the Each seated on green benches In the .
Project from falling all six home games McCord take care of those who desire to will be a store for rent.
A. J. plan to see a nail wound In amule's duds the tax. will have shower bath and down-town section at one time.
off treat a
TholJ1a8. an to Perryman room
purchasingthem. gas licenses, Judge
by been
the Park purchase
50 percent untU now
the win save the.. gasoline exploded Up We only hope that some time
Legione aid WfdnU- foot when Wednesday. Those lavatory and a radio loud speaker
admission announced
f 9 tax
sefting his clothes on fire absorbing the on before The building alone l will cost when the benches are not all
licenses -
Cw other "aw* Th Army "We welcome your continuedsupport and sincerely and burning them off before he price, but with the passage for. national of the who October do not purchase tat will have to take around $38.0OO. while furnishings filled with soldiers, a poor, tired .. i
to our school them out. new 10 percent levy around $43- civilian-If he happens to be a t
1i'l11 furnishing transportation reached help to put finds It examination no matter how and aU will run It to f''
hope you can rushed to the defense, thAt management stated. It will cu.tolller-may sit awhile and !
Personnel at the recrea- WWlams. Mr. McCord was Increase inprice. long they have been driving the 000. Mr. Randolph
L. slight
E. make a
Project t(> *o back and forth Friday night boepltal In DeWitt C. Jones am- must stated. be of concrete blocks. rest.
said yester Judge
gyp of B. H. S. ..
(aimed:; Banding to help with principal bulance.

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tion than died or were injured in all of the AROUND
The Bradford County Telegraph wars in which America has participated in Hampton Happenings LAW

KHtablUhed 1817SUUSCRI1'TION its 150 years of history." fIn -----.. -

--- -- -- by IVT. A. NEWS Dy Mrs. Simeon PhiOlps METHODIST
this day of frequent accidents, you
UATK Mrs. M. W. Morrow The Hampton P.T. A, met in Bible CIIl"I\q\ : X
Yearly. $1.751, Sit Month. ''.01)- never know when you'll be called upon to the school auditorium last Thursday W. \L VS. MEETS Worship service V *
SCHOOL CAFETERIA TO The W. M. U held its regular/ 4-
administer first aid to some helpless victim. afternoon with a fair attend- Sunday ?
OPEN meeting Tuesday afternoon at the mOrning
1 niBLK VERSE Prepare yourself now, so that when the time ance for the initial meeting of Use as hla the,?&*'
; Announcement was made this home of Mrs. Lois Terry. Aftera object
7ddd td "And their woids seemed to them as. Idle tales, the year. After the business ses- Water of LifeB,1i'TiST Jw*
comes you'll know just what to do and not week that the Hampton School short devotional meeting the
; { rl, and they believed them not"-Luke 2411.: have to the risk the Cafeteria will open Monday Sept sion a varied program was given hostess served tempting refreshments .
run .of bungling job *. school
When one Is sad, discouraged and cast down by. selected group 0 f ('II{'Re,'n
29th. the Government of Ice ream and cake. Sot(
Already "
falls when a human life hangs in the balance. cblldr! i. The third Thursday of Sunday School
on at
v anything akin to good news or glad tidings Surplus Commodities have been The following new officers w reelected Worship 10.\,
?. dead ears. It is literally "too good to be true", made available for a limited number each month was set as the regular to serve for the year: All are a. n A M.
b ti meeting date and all patrons of InVIted
and the despondent person does not believe It. So New Fool-Proof of certified children and Mrs Mrs. J. p Wyrick, President.Mrs. to sites
Test Curb to attend.J.
May Help the school are urged
V' P, 1C was when the women told the apostles that the Eliza Hall has been named as M. B. Plummer Vice- Mr. and Mrs j
' t Lord was risen from the dead. Increase In Drunking DrivingMore supervisor. No helper has been ,.C. Wynn spent Sunday In President attended tho foott,H.! R

''r rigid enforcement of existing designated as yet but if the number Jacksonville. > Mrs. R. C. Campbell, Secretary, Gainesville Saturday to

Democracy Is {Worth It,' laws, instead of frequent changes in the law of lunches exceed 75: more Mrs. M. M Williams, Mra. Mrs. H.: B Arwood, Treasurer" Mr. and Mrs PIUDlIl1 night,,
help should be added.nlRTIIDAI' J, C. Prevatt a"
and Miss Ada
{ I Iy Says The Man In The Street to hamper the police and courts in enforce George Nimmo were business visitors in 'M,'. and Mrs. Cecil Whiteheadand in Jacksonville the
c ment, is needed as cases of drunken driving PARTY Miss Jewell Carter enjoyed a TUesday nl
; Gainesville of last MI's. ,
"I'm mighty glad I'm living in a Mrs. Dave Dyal entertained last Wednesday pleasure trip to Jacksonville Tues- 0 J.
s t u// 1\11I
t t alr country where there is still freedom and steadily mount every state. Friday night honoring her daugh week, day night.F. ness visitor to JacLMrs.

Ins where I can pay taxes In one state, recent figures show that ter's 14th birthday. Approxi- Mrs.'Joe Spartman of Gainesville Carradine spent SundayIn nesday
mately 25: guests enjoyed ,the spent Sunday with Mr:: 'and Hilda
considered Jacksonville. Carter
"Everything pro- liquor figured in 237 traffic fatalities last I and'
Mrs. A. C. Dennlson. of
evening with Juanita, playing I son Tallahassee
posed increases are pretty low tower Fonso Griffis left for are ,
to 184 in the Sebring,
year, compared previous year. games and winning prizes In thedlf1'el J. C. Wynn and C. C. Wynn attended her patents, an
be. and
than I expected they'd last Sunday where he will begin lire
In 1939, drunkenness was a major factor in ent contests Refreshments: e. railroad supper in Valdosta Wyrick this week
"Nobody likes to pay taxes but in work at the Air Base' that is beIng -
2,686 accidents while last this were served later In the evening.Mrs. last Saturday. Barbara
number Ann
f ,
an emergency such as this no one should year constructed there I Plummwi
i 1 1t complain. jumped to 3,358. J. W. Prlester Miss Lyda Mis. Lizzy Townsend Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Barthlow,of Middle-] where turned home t r .', III JacY
"/ can still leave! my home without Priester and Miss Marlon Kennedy Mrs. Ralph Penner, Mrs. Luena burg Is the guest this week of! she ha been UDd
Many state and local have
governments care of
Freeman, and Miss Edna Hudson, an
all of Lake Butler Wilson eye .peciaih,
fear that during absence it will be ; her sister, Mrs. Mae Wells.Mr. .
t r tp a. my made it difficult for the arrest and filing Kennedy Camp BlandIng and all of Palatka, were the recent of an infected eve
? Yr bombed and my family destroyed. That'sworth ; and ]Mrs.: E. R. Hatcher and I
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Debbie
of a true charge against a drunken driver. Mrs J. C. Prlester and small guests F Phillips
paying for! Adkina and family. Infant daughter are guests of Mrs.Hatcher's Rufus Md
daughter of Ambury. La., were Chance of
Convictions of drunken drivers on m a n- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yard
From all parts of the country, and from Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Saxon left Tuesday for C. Dlnklns. visiting here Sunday
slaughter charges have been rarities. In Gerald Adklns. Pompano where he will spend a Mis. :Mildred
all walks of life, loyal American citizens are of h
1 many courts a driver suspected of intoxi- Lt. and Mrs W, E. Cobble and I few days with friends and rela- J. C. Prevatt was in Jacksonville ville was here Monday ,
1n' 'S their to the in- While there he c
voicing willingness new Wednesday.
r ; pay Mir and '
cation must be examined by a physician daughter spent Saturday with Mr. tives.Mrs. Mrs c Dlnkina.
enlisted in the Navy. We hate
ar come tax schedule and the new "nuisance"taxes before and Mis. James S Kellem. 1 M. C. Sweeney and daugh Mr. and Mrs. David M
being arraigned or detained. And to Jose you, J. C. but Uncle Sam <
as set forth in the stiff bill signed Mr and Mrs Lyle Young and ters. Norma, Joan, and Connie, needs Jacksonville spent Sunday
last week. many police departments and prosecuting two children of Valdosta, Ga., spent the week-end In Jacksonvilleas you. Friends of Rembcrt Ca.
into law by President Roosevelt ]lira.: Paul Brooks of DeLand is
: attorneys have been lax in drawing a formal have moved into Mrs. Ethel Jones' guests oC Mr. and Mrs. James: will regret to hear of tit
I the of her brother-in-law
In a recent poll, the Philadelphia Record guest of his
Gnann. grandfather
t e, charge against negligent drunks.. In many apartments Mr. Young is conductor and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George leans in jje
found that nearly everyone questioned was the for the Southern on the ,y. H. Griffin visited i his Roberts. on September 8th
cases, charge depended who <
how upon arthe between Theresaa and A. C. Griffin of Mr. and Mrs M. B, p'
well satisfied to foot the bill no matter run Camp brother Way- Raymond Plummer of the
V M arrested person,"was, aot his state of in- spent Monday afternoon to
Standing. cross: Ga., last week-end. (
the of free Miami Naval Station
burdensome, as necessary price was visiting vllle
4 toxication. Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Lamoreauxand Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Mrs. his ,parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
v1tr rP.Pf dom and security in this land. Williams Mr. and Mrs Lawrence I
Now Yale University research workers MIsa Francis Johnson were George spent Wednes- Plummer, and Mr. and Mrs Bill I of Starke
The tax load is a tremendous one, but visitors In Tampa Sunday. day in Macclenny with friends and Plummer last week.Mrs spent Sunday net,
have devised a "fool-proof" method of determining ? ing Mr. and Mrs. C Dial
Mr and Mrs, J. Adkina relatives. .
' 6 counterbalancing are benefits which are E spent Ethel Diggs'of Starke was
how much alcohol a 'drunken Sunday visiting friends and relatives visiting Mrs. W. H. Biggs Wed-
f. many and substantial. A strong national driver has absorbed. New York State Police In Jacksonville. Two Selectees nesday. Friends of Mrs. Biggs FREE'' IfExc..AcicIJOupoin.ol

r defense, good government, schools and libraries l officials Mrs. Dan Moore of Theressa will regret to hear that she has
and lawyers
prosecutors Ulctrrlndi I
i >n police and fire protection, fine i spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson and 'Cleveland .been seriously Ill. |
were among those who gathered to seea lorn Brown. Hunter have been "selected" by Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and BlotlngGaiHtutbumB' <
streets and highways parks and play-
successful Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- the Bradford Nausea gt a tree sample
demonstration of the automatic County Draft Board family were visiting Mr, and Mrs.
> Yr' grounds all these are the children of tax alcoholometer at Danbury Conn. Six worth and children spent SundayIn and sent to the induction &tatton'at Simeon Phillips in Starke Sun and a free interesting book
payers. While it can not be denied that i Jacksonville. Camp Blanding. day afternoon. CARPENTER'S DRUGS
submitted to t est
ItIt sunder
taxes have advanced in recent years and

.It.r' are mounting at a speedy rate now, neither The various stages of alcoholic influence. ON DISPLAY SEPTEMBER 26
le persons were required to breath
d, ", may it be refuted that Americans today are
ti t into a tube. The exhaled air, passing i
t receiving more for their tax dollar than
toi' through a chemical solution turned blue. A
ever before.
meter, actuated by an electric then
The people of the United States of all
registered in hundredths of
the world should be the last to complain of a percentage S
point exactly the amount of alcohol in thesubject's
ilit1 i 1, taxes in this dark hour in history for a twin- blood.

fold reason. The first is because we receive ,

nta more in return and enjoy a greater degreeof The. invention certainly: comes as an

liberty and security in this country from important advancement toward arresting I \

our tax 'dollar than do any other people drunken driving. The tipsy! negligent driver x I

a.. I under the sun. The other reason lies in the may no longer get "one more chance" be-

fact that while our taxes are high, they cause authorities did not know just hgw

are small in comparison with the levies of drunk the driver actually was. The use to ,

foreign lands. In England and Germany, which it will be put in Connecticut will no

, .1 for example, taxes now exceed fifty per doubt prompt other states to investigatethe .

k, cent of all income. new invention, which should help solve

So pay that tax bill cheerfully. Aid this alarming, nation-wide problem. .

Uncle Sam in every way in the gigantic effort -

he is making: to preserve the Americanway Movie-Investigating Senators -

'ft, of life. Put your dollars to work build- Are The Best "Show" ThemselvesOf '-' :

r ing a strong and militant and impregnable all absurdities chargeable to the leg- I,
nation. How much better it is to mil-
spnd islative branch of our government, the pend-
4 ; lions now than lose billions-or everythinglater. ing investigation of alleged war propaganda s_ e_ r*a, .

Freedom and liberty come cheap in in the movies is probably the, all-time ban-
America. Protect and maintain them. Pay ner product This senile circus staged by + 1.. ""gd rL ; u.

your taxes with a smile. the isolationist bloc of the United States w .zs-t ;4pY x',atw ,xtsb .

I Let your slogan be: "Let's Go! U. S. Senate has added not one whit to the re- b

A. Keep 'Em Flying 1"! spect and confidence with which the American JO/

public should regard this august law- ) C

Knowledge Of First Aid making body. IT

More Important Now Than EverAt The motion picture business is like all / A t

a time when a working knowledgeof other businesses. It puts out its most sale- SERVICE Of

first aid is being stressed as a basic element able product. If the Senators want to know

of home defense Starke has the un why Hollywood does not issue isolationist tHEVROET AIDS

a usual good fortune to be favored with a Red films, we have only to reply that producers NATWNA1 DEFENSE DISIONID TO HAD M

Cross school for instructors to be held here give the people what they think the people Hero's the hlghe t-quollty motor car Chevrolet has STYLING
of ollr
during a two-week period starting October 6. want. This box-office E OMvroUt olom |l
viewpoint is II hal.ad"
not con- .v.r offered to tho motoring public with fleet prlcad cart
1. I What the average person doesn't know fined to the movies, but is echoed in the floe. Sryllno. iwonk by "'"***

about first aid would fill many a volume, publishing industry where William, Shirer's modern, aerodynamic lines and Fisher Body beauty cap.. and Bodr M
and this ignorance doubtless costs thousandsof "Berlin Diary" and Douglas Miller's "You DISIONID TO

lives every year throughout the country. Can't Do Business.With Hitler" have been which create "the new style that will stay new" e PERfORMANfIa'"

For instance-did you know that you best sellers for weeks. Both of these booksare with powerful, thoroughly proved Valve.ln-Head o0 Chevrol.t'ts alone v0"'Isaia COO'd/

should never move an injured person unless strongly anti-Nazi, and yet no one has Ir

r you know exactly how and what you are do- suggested an investigation of the publishing 4KPUNI INGINU !'Victory Engine, built of quality materials and designed &pedal Unltl"d" Hy.G\l11c i lCM"AcflaII :
Ing? Many auto crash victims have sufferedat industry.The. I end oeuuno ...-Po"w $11Ift II
to lead In combined ..1r0l cooL
eb the hands of well-intentioned but inexperienced truth of the matter is that the performance and economy "'
rescuers. book-buying public, the newspaper-reading with all the fine comfort, convenience and safety ECONOMY
? Harold F. Enlows, national director fRed public, and the movie-going public are all 1 WAKING MM.. Wftl) 'ekusof ..
I Ia Ie Cross First Aid Service, stresses that following the same pattern that has caused features which have made Chevrolet tho nation's _Chevrol.t, Ie 0110'0lowpriced ::;:

faulty first aid may be more of a hinder- the vast majority of Americans to stand so ca.. .....
than leading motor car for ten of the last eleven .eendpoM" e
ance a help to the injured. Handling solidly behind the foreign policies of Presi years.IT and uva..P

of injury cases on the highway must be dent Roosevelt.The riUININO MtlMUNANd FfKIM

s. more than well-intentioned, he points out- United States has a lot of important

nri ndding that treatment by those other than business on hand: defense measures tax PAYS
trained first alders may result in serious in- enactments': besides the regular grist of leg BUY THE LEADER

eI jury, or even death. islation and there is little doubt that the

I{'; Jd "Those who ride our streets and high- five Senators heading the movie investiga AND GET THE LEADING BUY

ways may at any moment be called upon for tion might have been doing something

. assistance at the scene of an accident," Mr. vastly more important to the welfare of

y i ;a.r.; wCo! Enlows:, said. "To act quickly and intelli- their country in these times than determin

gently while a physician is on the way each ing whether or not Charlie Chaplin was Torode Chevrolet CompaStarke

''I f! of us should avail ourselves to free first aid ridiculing Hitler when he strutted through

.P lessons given by Red Cross chapters. the reels of that gay burlesque, "The Great

"Hysterical and confused handling of Dictator." FloridaALL

D accident victims each year account for un- If it were not for the fanatical seriousness -

told cases of death and permanent crippling of the isolationist Senators who pro-

.Tr ," he continued. "In the past eight moted the farce, the cynical-minded U. S. CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN -

years there have been more deaths and public might attribute the whole affair to

r serious injuries on the highways of the na the ingenuity of a Hollywood press agent. :o they come to you genuinely NEW!




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<: The original purpose of f the average County's prohibition on intoxicating liquors is primarily

I ')i to control who can buy liquor. It never 'really stops the supply for the purchaser ,

.II t:'i.1.' who can afford to pay the high price occasioned by local prohibition. f,
'1'' This is an indisputable fact and well known to exist in the past and present in Bradford

J"j,.; County also. Liquor could always be had in this County and still can be purchased i b

..,.:"./;.; without too much difficulty by those who can afford the tariff. While this unfair condition #,

"I',d exists in Bradford County it is penalizing all legitimate business. I
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;1. ', The original prohibition vote in Bradford County was cast in 1905 and on repeal of.. /. .

,,: the National Prohibition Amendment the County reverted to the status it held prior to the y 1 '

: enactment of the 18th Amendment.
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4 In 1905 Bradford County was a small, rural community of farm folks not overly pop

":: ulated with landowners and relying on part-'time berry pickers and other farm help. That ,
,\ was the picture then. LETS LOOK AT IT NOW .

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; In 1941 I this County has seen the City of Starke grow from a population of approximately ". I.

\ '", 1' 1,500 to a city that the best obtainable figures now place at 4,600! AND STILL 1 II if!

"" : GROWING! i ('h,
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.... ., ; f1; '.. Camp Blanding, fof course, has been responsible for this tremendous growth. Business ., ..,, ,

,?):", and rents in Starke have advanced in leaps and bounds. Stores that formerly rented
;t I,' for $30.00 to $35.00 per month are now leased for long terms at rents of $100, $150 and I i

$200 monthly! The businessmen who pay these rents ,are reputable, responsible people. ;',
:c They have confidence in Starke and its future. They know that local prohibition is now, in
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.' ,> I 1 1941 not for the best interests of Bradford County! '
",;::.:':j Thousands of dollars daily are being kept from the shopping, area of Bradford County .

'\ by this outmoded law. .

.'J.-.. ..: The businessmen of-Starke and the County are progressive and have built and are. J

tJ) building new'theatres, stores, amusements, restaurants and other activities, but they realize

." that, with all they have to, offer neighboring cities and counties have an unfair advantage

that the nation whole did in 1 933 when #
> due to those areas having recognized a fact as a -

,\ under the able leadership of the greatest President we ever had, Franklin D. Roosevelt, the
:4! people voted that prohibition has no part in the American way of living. 4 44a
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1 4a i I The majority of Bradford County citizens are in favor of repealing this ancient and

:1 _. obsolete law but do not have the opportunity to express themselves. ,:
v,-1' If 25 percent of the registered Bradford County voters petitioned the Coynty Commis- '

$ \ sioners, a special election can be held at which time it will be proven that only the law is out

.. '. .i' Of date, the real thinking and public-minded citizens of Bradford County appreciate the wis-
;'t dom of discarding a hypocritical and, costly restriction. 1
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d Remember, the quicker the petition is signed the quicker a vote can be held to enable

:"," the business houses of this County to secure thousands of dollars in additional revenue fc ',
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now being lost. t "

As Business Prospers, You Prosper!

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(This Advertisement Inserted By the Committee for Better Business, Starke, Florida. ) ;
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Go Get 'em Tornadoes !

Uk:; We're Back of You and B. H. S. 100 Per Cent

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Sept. 26 Green Cove Here ,
a ; ', Oct.3 Fla. Sch. Def St. Aug. VS.
r ,..t re,;, Oct. 10 WildwoodAlachua Here r'' 1

(, '' 'w'Mrs Oct 17 There GREEN COVE E

s Y x r Oct. 24 Reddick Here .,
Oct. 31 Hastings Here ; ) w, Tonight t (Friday)

Nov. 7 Open Date, '

,, Nov. 14 Bolles Mili. Here. 8 P. l M.BRADFORD .

Nov. 21' Jasper There

'4 Nov.28 Monticello Here
? Coach Parks Leads The 1941 Tornadoes In A Brisk Round of Loos- PAR

ening-Up Exercises .

.. Captain .
Beat 'Em'
We're With You Tornadoes Tornadoes
h u Sic 'd! oes. # FIGHT .ON TO
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Just To Let You Know So .You Don't Like Football?
?; You Do Your Best, Boys ,l 0 n Ole Bradford'
We're Proud Of Our Coach We'll Do The Rest Boys

i e M And. Team After The Game Try One Of Our12Inch ,; Come Out Tonight and See WE'RE, GONNA. WIN!
''T J' TORODE CHEVROLET Hot Dogs You'll Have The Time of Your ECONOMY SERVICE CO.
,; COMPANY JERRY'S 4 Plumbing,. and Electrical {Work
Ralph NettleH veteran member of
the Tornado backfield, was picked
i by UlM team puttee' to WIlde the .
Fight To The Finish, Never i,4InivA of full."Pep"8. II. S. on the grid- From The Captain To The
We Got The Spirit You Got Go Get 'EM Tornadoes! Waterboy
'i Give In! -
What It Takes, Tornadoes! WE'RE ALL BACK OF YOU We're With You 100 Percent
See Our New Fall Curlee Suits Together We Can Lose On The Way To and From The Came; Let
Us Fill Your Tank With Super Shell
t, Est. 1894 Walgreen Agency- BRADFORD BARBER SHOP J... L. LIBBY, Owner

We Intend To Back Our FootBest Wishes For Winning
t" Take It ,Away, Tornadoes! k a
A Fight To The Finish Never Give ball 1 Team By Our Attendance Team

at Every Game

r,. GO GET 'EM BOYS Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
F+ A & P FOOD STORE Certified Watch Repairing
Used Tires & Parts u RICHARD & HAMITER
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Empty Grandstands Never Helped I A Football Team Is No Stronger
To Win A Football Game -
Than The Support It Gets
There's A Seat For You At Bradford Park- .. From The Home Folks _


THE PARAMOUNT GRILL Carolyn Green vigorously demonstrates
I. the brand of enthunluHnithat
will bed pened, by the B. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
II. S. Squad thl -40ft.
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tn 26. 1941



ST.FFEdItOr.lnChlef Tornadoes I
rDITOlll.\L: Yesterday'sSeniors How Can She Concentrate
? Senior Rings Vliss Lilley Describes
Ijlarjorie Thompson Training Hard ,

... Are Ordered Western
"Social Reporters For Green Cove r aMaw' "" v en i>w a TripTo
Margie Mathews, Alta Smith is
: laboring dill- .aRSrM
ilCOJt. aaartas'ww Monday morning, September 13
ne combine western! travel and
porothy Green Friday, the twenty-sixth of Sep. gently at Camp Blandlng. When
representatives" from Starke and ittendance at one of tbe outstanding
FeaturesHayes you go to Lane's in '
Specllll;!,,! tember at eight o'clock under Jacksonville AMa.eM .'
Ovid Futch Joe Bradford's floodlights, the battle be sure to look for Janie Marr. Arw Mach of the other towns from graduate schools/ la InIt".l -

Lander with Green Cove will begin. For I I She will be glad to see a face e which B. H. S. students come met an Ideal way to spend a

Reporters the last two from B. H. S. I : summer vacation.
junior years our team has with Mr. Wilkins the representative -
|DaviS, Nina Bishop, Edna been the victor but rememberthat Mildred Chesser Is a city girl i from the L. G. Balfour Co. Colorado State College of Edu-
atlon It 1 I"
Edwards team personnel changes now in Jacksonville to be exact. GreeUy, located mld-

___.. Patsy Roberts quickly so the boys do not ex- ; Don't work too hard Mildred. This committee selected three Hay between two state capitols,
--.--- _- Mae Parker pect this game to be an Doris HInson Is happily married. I series of rings which were prevented !12: mile north of Denver" and 52 ..,
1 eW r:,= Buddy DavieDouglaa easy one. to the Senior Class. at 10:00 miles south of Cheyenne Wyom
ports However the morale la very b Igh. I Juanita Priest Iris Crews e Aj o'clock.
Hazen ing. The Institution Is
fully ac
--_---- For the last few days there Marie Dyal, Muriel Hall Maxine 4
has been It took us until noon to decIde credited. Its membership in the
a difficulty
M imposed upon Dykes & No vis Sapp are worry-
on a particular ring because Association of American Universities
the boys in the form
of water Ing about menus and budgets and
riale of the beauty of each series. The Is of great significance because -
standing on the practice field. All think married life is grand.
the more to train 'All Aml'rlcltn"lel'll'a/ was finally this association la primarilyan
to Important posl- you well boys! Perry GaIney Is a "Rat" at
path ehO Pn. Tho order was sent off association of graduate school
I did hear that It used
to be
to In- a Florida.
Ulnues to narrow The association Is of 33
regular Florida Thursday and the rings mhould be composed
sly the well educated and swamp. Carolyn Keen, Martha Mathews here by the middle" of October. member" colleges and, universities.

;;eA< we realize more and Some things needed are dressing Melba Moody Jeanette Parker, Including such schools as Harvard .
: of learning. rooms and showers for the and Ruth j-fJ1 r
e Importance Simpson have joined Orchids To University, Stanford University
peat a high educationt football boys. We hope the Ath- the band of "Hello" girls. John Hopkins University University -

t a necessary requirement letic Association gets out of debt. Junior Johns Is ready to offer Our PrincipalWhat of Illinois and University of

Irtain positions, but now If a boy happens to miss a prac- his friendly services at John's Chicago.I ,

e, progress of the world, tice, the others seem quick to Store. \In a ship without a good enrolled in the Kindergarten-

em Ideals being set upL condemn him. The average fellow Cheers for captain What I Is a school with I Primary division of the graduate '
etandards of our nation has a good reason for being Betty and sadle-I Marjorie Thompson, diminutive lllor-ln-chlpf of the II. II. S. a
Betty Is in Tally and out a good principal? U, H. S. school. The courses were most 4 '
| we see the necessity of absent. However you should always Journal., tries to dash off one of those iwrloiiN-inlitiltNl, ) editorial, helpful. To make the "
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she likes It fine. We Sadie with to its lender acquaintance
hope may point pride I
> In etep.as make arrangements with will aided ( ?) by her worthy: stuff of a....l".ti nt..: Ovid l"' itoh, JoeLander of student from many of
In nature where the rule Coach Parks when you have to and tell us how she Bowling likes It.Green I Ma' Parker, Margie Mathews, I'alny Roberts, Iliulily anti principal Mr. K. L. William, the statesfrom Alaska Old

1 survival of the fittest" is be absent. Davis( Douglas. Ha/en" Know: Hayes, unit lint ( rt't"n." It ought toN He came lo Us three years ago Mexico, Hawaii and the Philippine '

Imate no is this law the We wish that all the boys Interested W. C. Crosby, Kay Sergeant: : good with all that hutch of brain behind It. and has rendered, a most help ,J1 Islands I I..* a great educational ad- t'

I human lives. If one does In baseball would speak Stanley Noegel Joe Boyles and and beneficial.1lel'vlce/ to our vantage.

It the backbone the shoul- to Coach Parks. Show a little Effie Mae Crawford are workingat I HChool. When Issue arise which One need not spend the weekend c

L from a chip, the cool enthusiasm for a new sport to Eugene Camp Blandlng.Chason is at Saxon'sStore CLASS NOTES AND NEWS I need his guidance und advice, you hi the library at Colorado''

|ad, the clear far-seeing bring Bradford some new laurels. may be mire that he will be willing -
e well-timed ear, the well- Last Friday school was recessed In Hampton. ', PATRIOTISM! EVIDENTIN and three more expect to Join I to help In any way ho can. : State College of Education, when ;1

L orderly mind the person at 2:30: o'clock to watch the football Mary Townsend was planning 3-B noon. Hugh Mclnnla plays the After talking with him 1Ie w I there are!!! no many other attraction a''

fn have these and other at- boys scrimmage. The scrubs on entering a junior college or Our room Is starting a driveto clarinet Kilwln Williams plays : minutes you always K o away I My first diversion was '

j will over-ride him and filleted were definitely beaten although Camp Roosevelt. Let us know I get each child to save his the trombone And Barbara Jean more encouraged nnd with a trip through the Rocky Mountain\

[ position ahead of him. they put up a good fight. The _where you are Mary. I money and buy Defense Stamps.Wo Robbins twirls the baton. I brighter outlook on things. He I National Park I could not resist t d d ,

e a leader. one must first purpose of this practice was to are glad to be able to do We are .studying about the make you feel that maybe your having picture made w r1
'lower, In high school as show the boys their rough edges. Pep Squad i our port In helping National De- British. Isles and finding them troubles aren't so big after all. my i'

j In later years some are, This week has been devoted to I fense. Two of our group have very Interesting. They make I for he has a wonderful sense of I while! I WAS making snowball. 'II #{

| and some are followers.ong smoothing them out. Hoar Ye-Hear Ye-the meetIngs ; already started: Peggy Caldwell many cotton and woolen !goods I, : humor and a very pleasing per The thrilling event of the summer -

our school-mates we The boys hope to see you at of the B. H. S. pep squad : and Bottle Sue Biggs. Other so we have made a textile poster sonality. Since ho U a great believer '' was the Wllil West Rodeo to

ke our errors In trying tod the game. It Is the best way to have begun and when I say be- will begin Hoon. which Includes wool cotton linen In outside activities* connected -! which all summer school student

follow and correct them show your support'besides seeing gun I mean be-gun. In other Hurrah for Uncle Sam! rayon nylon silk and jute. : with the school, much has\ were lufinltteil true. A long desired -

[ when we are making our a good fight.Seniors words they have started with a I Our history tells us a lot about been done toward promoting, / a wish was granted when I

life we shall not haveo bang if you know what I mean. PL.NTSIf) THE AI'- the Egyptian of old. We are football and basketball team, the I with ftOO or more student, attended

make at the probable Discuss The first meeting was held on PICAKANCE: OP 8-Moll learning about their homes work band, and last but not least, the the opera. "The Harbor of

t of laughs from our suand September 9th In the .school auditorium We have 37 pupils. fn our room. pyramids and libraries.We newly organized "B Club." Largely i Seville," In Central City, a gold

I perhaps failure. Money Matters and the students below All but four of them were attend are sorry that Guynell and through his efforts school spirit I mining town of boom days, also

world Is continually chang- signed up for membership: ing school in our) county last year. Joe are sick and hope that they and unity In the school have boon I Hof<< the present. When U S. Grant

'attoos struggle, rise. fall. Wednesday September 17, the Marian Brown Margaret Beam Thomas Wilson comes to us from will be back with us soon. Car. Increased. So here's to our "("IIP- went lo Central City In 1873 a

11 and democracies have first senior class meeting presidedover Sarah Barefoot Nina I Bishop, Sachem School Norwich Conn., rol Coleman has moved to St. Augustine tain" our friend and our leader- I pavement (of $12,000 worth of

lay and their I destinies. by the president, J. E. Denmark Esther Crews Dolores Creekmore Adelma Clark Is from Lakeland and will enter school Me, Williams solid] silver brick was laid In

was held. He urged that Lila Rae Caldwell Lora Crews, Benton Money comes from Tyler, there. We are to knee him. I front of the famous Teller House '
marches on. Absorb as sorry
the seniors set the example of Sarah Emma Crews Frances Col- Ala., Carl Price la from Jacksonville where he wa entertained. A lOg ,
\t f the Important happenings Barbara Jean Robbins reporter workbooks and are!! very. proud of | I
I the conflict and chaos as keeping quiet and preventing jamsin ley Muriel Crawford Shirley Col- Ihem- -f'XCf'I't for a few students mile Royal Gorge: Circle Tour 'I

ji and keep with the the halls. ley Wallace Cooley Marie Dixon Several of our girls; have !MUS. IIKMOItESTS':: KOOM Hut that always/ happen completed my educational travel. ;

Have an elastic up mind I Class dues were set at ten centsa Betty Durllng Marjorie [Davis brought slips of plants to school. HAS .UilTAKIUM Upon asking some of the boys 1 The Royal Gorge Is the Grand

Jean expand and contract, nwnth due by the fourth Wednesday I Doris Dyal Ida. Lou Davis, Arline Some of these have been plantedIn We have an aquarium In our of thl class what they. thought )1 Canyon of the Arkansas River. ,I

land make new changes. ( of the school month. Dew, Mildred, Edwards Oleeta pots and Improve the appear room with several. gold fish In It bout girls who giggle, I received I Spanning It is the world's highest

Green, Louise 0 I 11 i s son, Anlce ance of our room very much. which Jimmy Godwin gave to the several Interesting answers./ Here bridge Entrance to the bottom } ,t
TJOU want to be 'a modern Ways for raising money were Green Berta Lee George Most of us have our fine new class for thl year. Mrs. Dem- are some of them: of the Canyon was mad, on the ;' hll''

Winkle without the ac- discussed but nothing definite Ruth Graves Carolyn Green language and spelling workbooks.We orest contributed the fish bowl Mircu Reddish I "I think they world's. steepest Incline railway./, I I
''enty years' sleep? You was ior decided which Upon will except*the the In t sen-hoe Ruby Green. Garnlta Hutto Betty are looking forjvufU to the and Mary Weldon brought /some have the same disease I've got," I Continuing the lour I visited Vlc->.- ) (r J It

Just that or a speedy ally play Hayes Alice Harding Kathleen arrival of our arithmetic\ work- unalH. We also have some green Bishop Myrlcku: "I think there's tor und, Crippled Creek! the "w i r

the race of time timing spring. Judd. JeHSle Jones, Barbara Keen books.' plants in It, We are studying : only one name for It silly" ) wo i'Id's greatest and most t'xten- "

>urs to include the amount The meeting was dismissed Kathryn King Patsy Keen Mabel about water and water creatures' Stephen St. John; "1 don't slve gold, mining area. Teddy

we\ and work which will when the bell for first period I Leach Agnes Lewis Willa Jean I STl'DKNTH PI.AV INTK1CKSTINO : In science June Hall brought a know." I Roosevelt described the wonder .. ,

e hundred per cent in the clam rang. Malone Margaret Montleth Louise : PKOGKAMWe : book about fish from the libraryand Armond Thomas foot hnll-he- of Ilil Circle Tour thus: "Thl. In
mt-up of your worthwhile are glad to have three new found out that fish have I Ihe I Ihat the :
Marr David McCord Dorothy we man counsels. : "Let'H forget It," trip bankrupts l'ng't''t
li up to you to take your Did You Know That Molt Dorothy Mathews Ilernlee students In our cl.iss. They are black lines down their backs with 1 Evidently he's afraid of losinghis halt language." .. a

the history which the McMillan Jessie McMillan. Shirley Dolores Hancock from Ruby S. which they hear. We also learned. standing with the ,gills! Editor's note- We very much f

IS making.Idle "Jerry" Silcox Is pretty? Morgan I m o gene Nettles C.; Jack Merchant from Panama that we should never tap on. a lint I guess we'll take his ftd-, appreciate Miss [Llllny' interesting :.

moment Is a moment Margaret S t r I n gfellow has Lois Newsome. I City; and Edward: Webb fromPennf'Y fish bowl bocuUHfl It shocks the vlreUntil next week, account t of her trip .
Farms. These throe bring
pretty hair? Evelyn; Newnome Billy Over- fishes'! hearing I Jewell Carter, Kepoiter.CLAMS i
Carolyn Green blushes easily? street Hazel Pnckham Wanda our enrollment to a total of :30 Joe Townsend who Ix leavingus ; Junior Reporters "

PUS Chatter Ralph Nettles Is very friendly? Pearce Jewell Powell, Frances students. will be very much missed l by 5IKiTIN; : IN 10-F

J. E. Denmark likes a certain I Powell Bobby Plurumer, Vonclle The pupils In charge of our everyone in the clans. Friday morning a class meetIng Three student from the Junior '

Boy! Oh Boy! Do 'we feelful brunette In his senior class and I Reid. Katherine Revels Margie program for our opening! exer- We shall be glad, when (he other was held for the purpose of Class have been selected to work ,1

as we write our col- they are seen together quite fre- Reddish Marcus Reddish, Melba cise have been trying very liurdto classes get their geography no determining the amount of C-IUNM. with the seniors on the news-

This good( old fall air and quently? Slrlngfellow. Margaret String- make them Interesting and that they will not have to use dues. Five cents per month was paper. In this. way there will he ./,

109. Soon we'll be wear- Hilda Haskins Is a sweet girl ? fellow Ray Silcox, Ida Lee Sllcox more student are taking part. our' und we all can study more the final decision Thin money experienced! material wllh which

led iklrts and sweaters and Nina Bishop likes getting her Joe Townsend Bobby Turner Lorance Dobbs war 111 for several Joyce Moore ,'/'porler.WI"J'Y.ItM will be used to buy book or whAt. to work next year. They are, as ",*

go Football name In the paper? days last week. ever Is needed for our room or to can tell from the Editorial '
Turner Weldon Mon- yoi-
games and Betty Mary 1 I ,,
]Mrs. Hart Teacher. ( : KLKCTKD: IN BPWe
'," Freddie Wimberly likes to talk? finance a party at the end of the Staff Edna Edwards Nina Bishop
\ 8By the way folks teen Warren, Dorothy Williams have elected the followingofficers ; I
l 18 our first game. Let'send Jewell Carter is bashful? Freddie Wimberly FOfltTII (JUADKKS: WANT year. Of course we all want a and Iduloii< DIIVIB."Scrambled .
for room:
I show Green Sarah Barefoot is popular? I Fred- our party
,Cove just The cheerleaders who are GOOD HOOKS President, Hobby Turner. ,
|e can do. Let's make It "Jacq" Andrews and "Dot" die Wimberly Nina Bishop Car- Three week are past now and Vice-president Hilly OvprNtrpet.Secretal'Y. I JoltnMr. Names"Name
[;eat l year ever had at B. Green have grand times together olyn Green and Sara Barefoot we have started on our work for Jerome Johns. Futch : Olin, are you !sure

'adlum. every Friday and Saturday night? gave a few yells and sang some the year. We have become well Treasurer,, La Von Peebles.We this. Is your father' signature, on are Interesting If one
I Green surely did enjoy the Bobby Cameron was sweet sixteen songs.Ve have many faithful acquainted with (the new pupils In have' several new pupils your excuse studies their origins. and, meanings -
Olin White: Yes sir. Esau
at the Y Thursday night. I last Saturday? followers this year but we need 11 our room: Cameron Moyette and whom we are very, happy to haveIn I could It. nearIll' Below/ are about 20 names ,

[a' to meet him too Elise. Betty Jo Caldwell has pretty many more. If the loyal students Joyce Newsom from Giilnesvllle, our room. Freddie get of students at H. H. S. arranged

Crews surely 4ias proaa blue eyes? mentioned above can give a littleof Donald Shull from Lakeland, Wimberly reporter. In u sort of verse form.I .

.f 1 good mustache,. Wonall Everyone Is really and truly interested their time toward this swell James McGee n n d Betty Jean I MORE! : NKW: ITI'ILM IN H-.l nii\r uoru: YOU 11.NSWtHIr.Uf .\n:

the boya are growing, In the "B" Club? organization surely a few more! Campbell from Alabama> and Lois We are happy to have th..t'enew ,\ : came: upstairs Into' the "Hall"To

I mean the football boys. Lawtey students stick together? can give some precious moments and A. C. Summer from Fort pupils who have come In this We are happy lo state' that "Ileielxter" for the year;

hoot house leaked on Mrs. Miss Leonard Is a good book- of (heirs. Come onlet's all give White. I week. They am: Gladys Cox I elevn of tin pupils In 10-H are I was "liarefoot": and very ,'

'!ttt-- new history books. keeping teacher ? everything we've got into milking I We are trying to. build, a good from Columbus/ Ga., Darwin members of the "H" club organ- I "White f'And

J hate that Dorothy Griff Is engaged ? | a better pep squad a better football library containing i n t e resting I Smith from Lulu, Fla. and Louise l/rd for the good of (he ncliool. I I"Who shaking "Hall" over, I fear.I .
"Pek"' "Fields"And
Ire! Beam Is Buck McMillan likes swing i | team and a better school. books. Each of UK Is going to Summer from Fort White Kla. in the person you would took a the (
"Rabbin playa
watched the
|Pretty) one too.it" new-comer I music and adores Betty Grabel ? I j And don't forget all members of !, bring a fickle a month. We want '! They bring our enrollment to a like to meet ?" This In the 11/8B-| I started to "Peele"
It Douglas Hazen has attractive ;! the Bradford pep squad get to go these books so thai we can read total of 43 pupils. lon which several students fn thin my orange'fur *

sal? Koch's Drug Store freckles. to all the Bradford "II" Club's. the fine stories and look up puzzling i We arc very pleased, with our I room were naked These are ..", neI' noon
I And fell like running
nangout for the Senr Herbert Green la good-looking? feasts and dances. and Interesting things I new teacher Misli Peterson. I of the answers: away.
hool I The of
We man was talking "Money"nnl
went down Iretta Brannen liken riding on Nina Bishop. Our monitor tor this week ore Virginia Sewell'Yi'hllII. !
,relay and saw Ralph Net- STI'IJKNT lUtl.NGS: I Hall ; I' "Price"
Lake'roud ? Floyd, Green and Raymond
the Kingsley .
Leonard Pe --Marla Klena: |
And alt that would be "Dew"
I.01 Andrews I.VTftKKHTIMiK1UI.K.H: : :
Davis Is noisy? Have you noticed I the
F d Encw I Buddy Society Notes fitttty Jurllng--Jame Stewart Till I. cried: ".What''Jlloore'
ools Hayes hanging on Hazel Smith has pretty brown Wo have just received our new flowers In our room ? Donald IIILjI'wl'lI.-Banta Clau quite .
drooped over an Ice books. We are very proud of I, Huic-l ( rc- orier.
7Jewell who attended the Fields |>
ada. eyes Among those on Christina. Eve
? I them. Mrs. Brown Is reading I ln you think I should give toyou ,
Is quiet '
Reddish very Florida-Randolph-Macon! : game Roberta Whltefleld Iih Ka.
) "
0-1) IS HELPING lll'll.l
>football "Tha! Little Swiss Hoy" to us. ? "
boy were surely Patsy Roberts l Is good-looking? I were: Joe Allen, blbble of er'ii Orchestra
I Il1ie grand 92 Saturday night We are sorry to lone Lula Mae PAJCIil.NG ICArKH Kay Ky """ 'I1."on." he said "I think you're'Green' ,
siternooo playing last MarjorIe Thompson weighs I Dorothy' and J. E., Jacqueline and Fennell who ban moved back to The bicycle racks out In front Harold Mlkell Rita Haywnrlh. ." \
Keep I ll up pounds ? ''Mac. Gretta and Ralph Shirley'and of the school building are being Seams as. If no one desired to You don't get "Sapp" from an. I
|I'0*wn Green Cove down Lora Crews has a pretty smile? Marion, Leaton and Mel Ver-'I Woodson Clark brought a copy built by boys from 9-D. They are meet Hitler. Wonder why? Maybe I II orange tree lAnd .
mower. of fun ?
Joe Andrews Is lots and Vernon. Carolynand I toll next week
:an nie. Patsy of the Declaration of Indepen- Mack Futch, President, and Edgar you the teuchers can't take a :
"'d In Was seen ridIng around Mrs. Burnett la a good shorthand L. M., Helen and Buddy dence. He also brought an Interesting Wilkinson. Captain of the Dorothy Faxon reporter "Crews"Unlenit

his Chevrolet Thurs- teacher? Frank Enos George and his School Boy Patrol. There are to fee"
booklet about Washington I you pay every
All students at B. shadow Frances Opperraan and D. C. be three 10-foot parking racks In "If that' the case 'Mon-crlef 1 1.8
t ,
Reddish I. lots of fun football? N. T. Ritch. Freddie. Betty, Mar- Patsy Dew reporter. front of the big building and one I. great '
f boys! her looks .re O. K. )[1'. Williams I Is a grand principal tha and Ruth Simpson, Miss 5-feet long for the elementary A committee haw. been appointedby But this school I 'Shull' not at-
? S wan b o m her mother and POSTERS MADE FOR' 6-K grade. junior class to supervisethe I tend;
until selling of refreshment at
I e 'iris are The seniors can't brother. Wednesday some spellers came The class officers of 9-D are: Once I 'Newsome' 'Peebles' In the
Home crazy aboutIleal' their rings come? Apologies to the ones not) seen.I which were needed very bad. President. Mack Futch. football games. At a business town-

could be Economic*, Everyone likes a good dispositIon ( couldn't see over ten feet.) Claude Johns made two posters Vice-president. Marie Sapp. meeting Monday morning a decision I With them my 'Reddish' penniesI'll
their In
new was made to sell candy
and a pleasing personality Frank Oliver' Sonny Ilaynes this week. One of them was some Secretary, Edna Mae Moseley. spend.) "
11, Freeman Register stutter? Buck and J. E., seniors; Judy children having a picnic. The Treasurer, Mary Ellen Wasdln. the hall at recess In the near

7me 1 people may say Darrah Johns likes Y. M.. C. A.Dances Harold Johnson and Dick St. other was a girl hoeing by a Reporter Merle Grider. future. From these sales w. hopeto
the best earn a large part of\the money Lost and Found
'n lake but say, ? John attended the Lake City-De- fish pond. .>r ..
dear INTERESTING ITEMS: FROM for tbe class It
old B. H. S. doesn't like noise and necessary junior
Miss Stump Land game Friday We bad our first music lemon ,
LOST Shoulder by Herbert
10-11 was agreed by all that dues wouldbe -
escorted the Drum-Majorettes to Mrs. Wall I* goingto '
buys of the }y. H. $. glamour wear them. tbe auditorium for the traditional Wednesday.teach us two verses of "Tb The fourth period Home Economics ten cents, payable monthly. Green Tuesday afternoon. :?:_<
were surely bat a dip in class had a interesting A fine spirit of cooperation and
II. .OtvL seen crashing Jack Oliver dance which lasted till twelve, Star Spangled Banner" and all very FOUND By Freeman--two more's" I
A. D.nee. Happens his baJr. Don't gel the wrong and then ended up at the Blue four verse of "America. time last Wednesday afternoondiscussing willingness to n e I p .U evidentthrou&h pin. )
Ought We like It. -Oh, I nearly .p led Itt t the junior class. The
they were ..01eyUjan Idea, Jack. Lodge In Lv Oak. WheW I Billy reoper'er. '
Shlrfey I* 8>*-. Baailbt ask iom.eone in that class contains number of ) 7
11 lclothe.. Wait. We wonder .who Those seen together Sunday You just a large FOUND-By Alice June- ntlu-
feel soon pecttafTtrom New' Orleans? were: Jerry Slices Dot 8IXTII GRADERS INTERESTED section: and I am sure they will boy and girl' who take tclxoel ed wrist. t' ,r

Well, we'll be seeing you at night Joe Lander J. E. a a dGeorge. IN BAND delight In telling. you aU aboutit seriously and hop) to get somewhere -
lea Green In life. LO8T- .Bjr Buddy' D rl.-how to-
of our class "
sweat tllllrt and th. cam so Patsy and' Vernon and Three members ;
]t4 that tile Staff Only thing Yours trulY.SeratcbScratebedScratclilD. Jacqueline and MAC. have joined tile B. H. .S. Band We have received'our English Idalou Davis, reporter. use correct: engllaJh.SEP.
won't Jet" \1It' :

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, SEP 26 1941 I

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V': U place closed at 11 o'clock YMCA Activities R ev. C. A. Crosby will do the of required tl) appear on, Ih
November e
I preaching and everybody is cordially A: n .rd t
and Inslatin' that above enllll..d COurt V' b.tor'lI
Seems the Army Is For The WeekMrs. invited to attend the ser- complaint filed i Vn 1 bill ,

all night spots along the Blan I vices. above entitled _5.H?I 'OU, l la i tt I
ding road close at 11 peeyem OR Junius Smith Mrs. J. R. d."larrlat"d County...T..I. l Ih"ltrItPh'd'<1 h'l'tt"Btt.!

All-Friends Night Karton-Nash Marriage Noels-Sassee ELSE! Horrible, isn't It? Wainwright, Mrs. H.. H. Young, ''I" C-IHCTIT CorseT, JlR.4UFO... one.which, a thl. order. Ahall flilWIMb: 'r I
Enjoyable Event Took Place Wednesday roi vrvt FLOiIiI.IN CHAW.Kthel" weeks.WITNESS. week rllT I' '.PUbll.... ,
:Mathews has passedthe .
Miss Lorraine Saspee, daughter Martha Milo Frances Peek and Miss Marguerite c' : .Ih
At Woodman Circle She looks attractive H. Hunley. Plaintiff. vs. my hltnrJ
and Mrs. F. Saaaee of acid test will be hoste ses of this calirt Jnd Ih
A wedding: of Interest took of Mr. F. Deorlo William H. Hunley, Defendant.tn al' ''
even In that antique the Srd day of November 24th day of Pieri"
place at 8:30: o'clock Wednesday Starke, was married to J. E. the YMCA's weekly "bridge detendant 19U. Or
The Masonic Hall was the Model T she's been bavin' so much at 141. the William 0\. II
Nolea also of Starke and formerlyof Hunl"y residence U (OFFICIAL SEAl.,
evening when Miss Gertrude Nash These H. whox
scene pf an Interesting meeting fun with lately "Mat" says night" tonight (Friday). to to Clerk of A. I Tb. ,
became the bride of Milford Bar. Hah Ira, Ga., at the residenceof Unknown, la required appear WaybrlR'ht the ', I t ""'
when Starke Grove all It needs IB, a new topan' ladles have kindly consented to the bill tor Divorce filed against & WRYbrllrht COItl!
1. i Tuesday nlgbt ton. The wedding took place at County Judge E. K. Perrymanon him herein. Attoriit.yNOTICE 9'2
No. 278 of the Supreme Forest the home of the bridegroom just September 6. At the present you will,too If you yieFd to temp- help Instruct the beginners and" This order' to be published oncea CI It'J
tation and her Invitation for the "fiends. week for four conaecutlve week
accept ;
"Frlends'Night. off Avenue In the north time Mr. Notes Is employed at act as partners Telegraph,
Woodmen Circle' observed Temple I In Bradford County a OP '
: ; if end of town. The Rev. 'G. C. .Camp Blanding.U. ( for a ride! Glad to report The regular formal dance will newspaper published In Bald WradOFFICIAL. REC lM'r.R FU..I1'IOlM'\'n'TIQ, ,1'0
Mrs. W. I* Andrews that Elbert Smith's perky little be held at the Armory Saturday ford Counly. Notl..e Is hereby
address of welcome Powell, pastor of the Methodist .,'t SEAL! ) A'. J. Thomas, undertlla-n..d, Irlven thilt
guardian gave an the C.-To Meet English bull Tiddeldie recently night wKh the following' l ladles Clerk' Olrcult'Court.tark. of Chapter Under the : llfIJ
Church performed ceremony. 20953. Law,
after which' Mrs.' Latls dognapped from Its crib, was serving as hostesses: 'Mrs. N. D. S .. Florida. August g&tlv, 1841. Acts of 19U, Will ot F, 1
Rooker f Lake Butler newly The bride is the. daughter of .-!e 4t 10-17 Clerk of the rOIl'I.ter 51h
0 efficient Circuit
found and returned by our Jr. Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nash of Valdosta The W. T, Weeks Chapter. Wainwright for Bradtord ('ounty Court,"ii, a
elected president of the cUstr.1ct.wu' police fore? ten days later Burns, Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow, flclitloull flame' ...
Ga., and has been employedfor United Daughters of the Confederacy IN TMK CIRCUIT COVBT FV AND of
Introduced and gave a..pleutnI' Demorest. :All 'FOR HKAUKOnU C O UN,: T Y,' Cy "N" A I'" Pim'.,
4 several months at Cook's open ,, will bold, the first meetingof Mrs. R. F. young KLOntDA. under wlil"h We are
' ; address. air stand on Temple Ave. Mr. the fall, season on Wednesday ladles whose names are on'the Y. The. State of Florida! m dOing bUdne".. at I'nl8.t4 ,I''

Mrs. Andrews presented Mrs. A. Barton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. October 1. at 3:30: o'clock, at the Hear Inca an' Ellery Davis have list are Invited to attend. Notice !I. hereby given that on VKe StaEfl Street! ,
the 25th day of October A, D. 1(41 ,
11i C. Strickland, past state president L. M. Barton originally from Tlf- home* of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. A mysterious door at their house On Sunday civilians are urged .at 1C r o'clock A.I'M.,. 'or 'as':"'soon' n WrlfenVS,.'' ''I Florid O.,

Mrs.' Latice Rooker district ton Ga., but for 17 years residents Brown. Hostesses: Mrs. Brown that thumblatches Itself an' has to itop at the Y and ask a soldier thereafter as name Intends can be to heard.applyto tereiited parties: follpj11 l it
. t' president; Mrs. Young, attendant, to and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. to join, them for church services.Anyone the undersigned Z. Adkins H. Si-trunk,
of Orlando before coming to be pried open with an axe ". the Honorable A. a Str :f.uSta. : Ora'
and 'Mrs. Markey, member of Lake who would like to have JudKe of the Circuit Court at his '. PIe !
Starke. ,Both father and ..ucce1
Butler,Grove. The'Stare Grove son are Happened twice1 In rapid lunch'' : office In, Ktarke, Florida, for an I Stfe T.a8t B. siHtrunk! Ill
: ; engaged< in plumbing and electri- Methodist Church sion Page Dick Tracy, boy! a soldier for or supper on order authorizing undersignedto I At Stark,' .. .Fla. OtanI

presented a gift to Mrs. Rooker cal work In the Economy Service Seems that Popcorn Man this day may notify :Mrs. Herbert adopt Robert Darnell Robertson- .- I I da, this 23rd.. Braltord. dRY of COnunt, Po
and each visitor was also honored a minor. !IoPI: ,
Hitch, chairman of the Hospitality I li4NOTICE
Company.Mr. the Starke Methodist Barney Slsson is tryin' to break Joseph F. Rabeck. -
with a gift. Services at Committee for the month of Oc 9-20 4t 10-17
the movln' record held
and Mrs. Barton left previously I
\ After brief buslnesn meeting, Church for next Sunday are tober. If it is not convenient for OK IVTK\rinn,
4 a Kathleen Hall HK MNotice
t Thursday morning for a few days' as follows: by exproprietorof f;|*TKH KH Tl' !
,L 4.I, an out-standing program w a a wedding trip at the home of the Church School 10 A. M. the Gem Lunch Barney you to have one this Sunday, signup I N TIIK cittern connr. EIGHTH I I lit hereby gv'V,1"1''
J with the chairman MI'II.Ira for other week-ends. Soldiers .lll'IAL CIltCl'IT.' OF' Fi.OflI I Undersigmed under the
presented Viflc&i
( bride's parents in Valdosta, Ga. Morning Worship 11 O'clock. first pitched his tent about where IO*. IN AND FOIL BHADVOMU I of Chapter 209&3 Laws
III. Wilson, presiding. Miss Doris They will make their home In Youth Fellowship 7 P. M. the Western Union now stands, returning soon from maneuverswill CWINTY.IV: I ot tn&y regitr p
and of her musical be for CHA.VCKHYVirginia "
Dyal several especially appreciative 'ourt
Starke. 8 O'clock.At then moved west, step by step as Jeer, I for Bradford County
Evening Worship Florid.
: friends of the Pine Level String this I flctltlo" It
$ .. the new stores were opened in rapid hospitality. Plaintiff. I Ivs. name of
the morning service pas No. 1452 Bradford Inn,
Band entertained. Recent Births tor's subject will be "God's Power succession Now they say a The regular Sunday broadcast, James F. fleer/ I under which we an encagf1l

After the program the members And His Message." The subject new building will be built on .Bar "Draftee Fables" will be staged Defendant.ORDKR OF. SERVICE I doing State business Road 13,at If
of the party-about 43 In ney's last stand, an' he cant move over station WRUF at 2 o'clock I Starke Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green, for the evening service will be: NO'I'ICE TO APFKAU County'Thai Florid.,
'number were invited to Canova's Two Two farther west without bumpln* into Sunday afternoon. A horseshoe TUB STATE OF FLOH1DAI I the sid btislni-,!.; |I. '.
Hellbronn 21. "Two I \
Springs Sept. girl; Men Prayers, To James fo'. Deer, whose residence a'hd operated by
drug store where sandwiches. Ice Mr. and Mrs. Allan Leslie Green, Answers." the Starke Hotel "I've always !- tournament will be. held on" the l I... Unknown. I tere..t..d partIes: tuilpwJp1 I
and cola were served, believed lawn at the Y 9 It la hereby ordered that you are I Lindsay iritfis.. p
cream coca Brooker, Sept. 18, boy John William Prayer Service Is held each In making way for at p. m. to the Srd., day ,I Starke F'la. 0 Box I''
the Starke Grove members being : Mr. and :Mrs. Allen Franklin Wednesday at 8 P M. progress, but I think I've had Monday. the usual ''Letter of required November appear A. D.on 1941 hefore the I At Stark.. BrA'Hor'1 ("IIUnt" Pit

: hostesses. Hall, Starke Sept. 23, boy, Visitors are welcome at all more than my share," Barney Home Night," and civilians who above complaint entitled filed court again, to you the bill In the of,]I ida, this 23rd., day of H.PI UIL

;; Ralph Allen. services of the 'church. moans < would like to encourage this practice above entitled cause; and "Brad- !|II II I
Legion Center News might try offering a prize of ford County Telenraph" In hereby

; See by the papers that a hurricane stamps to the soldier who can dexlirnated which this order as the shall newspaper be published In I -J. II. COUItTMANCH

) "Do-sl-do with your partners all, hit Texas, which reminds me write the most letters. in one once a. week for 4 consecutiveweeks. Watch-Maker!

% 7Ty "Altemande left and heed my that a Tornado- gonna hit Green evening WITNESS. :; hand and the seal I!I
Callstreet f 1 1an' my BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
call." Carolyn AT
Such musical/rhymes as this Park Don't miss the season ; will be held next Tuesday night thin t041..24th day of September. A. D. i YOUR IIOMK: : JEvILEgYour.home :

were heard last Saturday night at opener. folks. Las' one In the conducted by an instructor from (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas, I. I

the American Legion Recreation grandstand is a rotten egg! the Buchanon School In Gaines John R Clerk Cowlea of the Circuit Court I

Center during the dancing of the Faster' and faster' the ,socIal Charlie Chapman all rootln' So long See you there y ule. Rehearsals will also be held Plaintiff* Attorney. \9-26 4t 10.17' I

"Virginia Reel" with Louise Horton world spins for Florida together Scads, Says your (faithful) at this time for the "Welcome 1

leading and Walter Walsh Oh how I wish that I were' of other localities: Bill Edwards -Carolyn. Back Show" being planned for the IV THH (....(,'1'.1. fOfRT. KIT.IITIIJtlMfltl.

playing lively tunes at the piano. twin! Ovid Lewis. Grace an' Dot Green troops to return from maneuvers. 'UU"Tr OK Kl.OH
Following the Virginia Reel Wally Stewart Lll Sternberg. Stolen Auto Civilians who would like to take .

the. couples began ballroom danc- Hut even twin Carolyn couldn't Buddy an' Nina Bishop, Ralph part are asked to see N. Stern Kemp IV CHAVCEUV! fl}
J. Morgan/ ,
Ing with both the girls and boys have covered all events Ian' Sat- Rhodes. EllHe Green, Sappo Ing-I Is RecoveredHal berg, who Is, directing. Plaintiff

tagging. Walter Walsh and tlduy night Would have had ram, George ;Manassa, Dr. Murphy Next Wednesday evening Miss .v... No.. 1451. --::::- 1
Kaye Morsran.Defendant
f Claude Alvarez took turns as a to be at least triplets with a I the J. R. Kellys, Phil :Man- Alexander's 1941 Pontlac May Fernandez of Gainesville will .

"one-man orchestra" at the piano. lootball game In G'vllle, an ole- I assa, 'Arch Thomas (Jr.), Al an' sedan which wal\' stolen In Starke conduct games of fun for all. OKKKR OF SERVICE
Good dance music it was Indeed, fashioned Virginia Reel at the Elvalee Manassa, :Mac McCoy, an' Thursday afternoon was recoveredin TUB STATE' OF FLORIDA: may

as everyone applauded for more I Legion Center, and a Wymaeea Jacq Andrews Probably Hialeah Friday afternoon, and St. Mark's Plans I To Rock Kaye Hill Morgan Mouth whose Carolina residences care to to pay damates j

and more. dance at the Armory Finally would have seen lots of others if Saturday the car was in the of Robert Marshall Hotel.It 1
Community singing was then decided to cast my lot with the I[ hadn't been so busy watchln' lands of its owner, while the Youth Service U hereby ordered that you' are '

enjoyed. Pvt. Vincent Del Roaao's football game an* klnda glad I those soldiers sparring Course :. thieves-Lou Jordan, Otis Geiger of required November to appear A. D.on 1941 the before 3rd., day the i I I Automobile

baritone, Sgt. Robert Deals tenor, did'for Marguerite Deyorio, Fran I[ did feel obligated to glance at and Howard Conner were In the The Sunday Morning Service at above entitled court to the bill of

and Carol White's soprano were Peek, Helen Dowling an' their the gridiron every now an' then, Bradford County Jail-thanks to St. Mark's Episcopal Church complaint above entitled filed against cause; and you, "Brad.In the !' Liability Insurance

outstanding In the group. dates made such a cute picture too. the efficient work of Sheriff A. Starke, on September 28, will be ford County Telegraph" I. hereby
.Saturday night Sept. 27th huddled In raincoats especially devoted to the work of deiiiffnated an the newspaper In E. JohnsAgency
up Mar- O. Andreu. which thld order shall be published I Charley
some lovely prizes donated by the guerite's was G. I. (Army abbrevi- While I ran't Rive you first hand i According to the Sheriff, Thursday Young People and devotions on once a week for. ,.4 consecutive. '

Edenfleld Jewelry will be awarded ation for Government Issue-any information: I do hear the Armory afternoon about 2:30 o'clock their behalf. Because of his particular week WITNESS .my hand and'th..e.' w ?:

la,'lucky bingo winners. Also the thing handed out to soldiers by dance was up to par, an' they'll Mr and Mrs..Alexander: l Interest in Youth, and his of thin court at Starke,' Florida, Florida
skit "Fortune Is A I :* drove up, understanding of their problems thl* 24th day of September, 'A. D. Starke
Cowboy Uncle Sam) Too bud the every Sattlday night to' the'" home' of'"Mr. and Mrs. 194t. ', 119 Eat Call Street
under Mrs. Nina Probette's direction weather man let it rain the first from now ont ...-. The 172 F. A. James Dennis'on'''West Call and needs The Rt. Rev. Frank A. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, H Hi

will be presented.To game out of the box, but tinner- band gave out music said to be : to see their. young baby, parked street .Juhan, Bishop of Florida. has John B.Clerk I"f.the.Circuit'. .Court. Telephone -
the citizens of Starke, and stand Manassa hot enuff to been chosen to address! the con-
Henry hit a bargain sprout hair on Mr. I their car in front of the house, Plaintiff Attorney., \9-26 4t 1017IV
particularly to the young ladles, when he bought those raincoats Howard's (Carpenter's drug store) and when gregation.
i they came out It was
who can contribute so much to head Lucll Mitchell seemed Sheriff Work among young people has) THH C1UCVIT 'O'"RT. RIRIITHJCDiriAL.
the Saturday evenings' entertainment I to: be vastly entertained with a ,gone. immediately howed a decided Increase at St.Mal'k's CIHCriT 01 KI.OH- 'We' Wash Your Car For
contacted the sheriffs in adjoiningcounties list. IN AND FOR BHAUFOIIIJCOUNTY.
a_ very friendly welcome la Then there were Carolyn Green' I No. 1 Surge, and Marcia Spark- I and told them to be : in the last few years, andIt 75c
: always a w a I ting you at the L. M. Gaines,' Frances Opperman, man (new B. H. S. home-ec the lookout on i is hoped that this program may IV ell% 'CE"Y
for the car. Then at Dllys Jones Duerhelmer,
American Legion R e c r eat Ion an' N. T. Ritch four omlne it teacher) got a historic rush 5 o'clock he broadcast the theft be a challenge upon the prayers Plaintiff If It Rains Again In 24J
Center.', Bill an' Dot Powell Edna Pearce Little wonder with THOSE and thoughts of the entire con -v- 1419\}
over at Gainesville. William O. j
gregation. The Presiding Bishopof Defendant.Duerhelmer, Hours We Will Wash,1t

"Friday afternoon' said the the American (Episcopal) ORDER OF SERVICE

We Have Earned A Reputation By Through My Specs: Edna Pearce I Sheriff "I had a telegram. from I Church has asked the entire THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR:, Again FREE

teatin' out for a driver's license the chief of police at Hialeah I Church to consider this Important To William O. Duerhelmer. whose
Serving The Best Food telling me that he had the residence In 1902 Baker Avenue, LET IS
Money Can ", Road patrolman seemed' to, car and i matter. And because of Bishop Utica New York. DRIVE IN AND

a'II Buy At Moat Economical Prices be en Joy In' his ride i In that the three boys. I left Starke at: Juhan's significant work among It !I. herebr ordered that you are, TANK WITH|
4 o'clock FILL YOUR
maroon convertible New bird Friday slept Stuart, young people In camps and col

TRY .OUR PLATE LUNCH OR ,REGULAR bath In Con g r essman Green's went to Hialeah next morning and I leges St. Mark's Is very fortunate .THAT POWERFUL

DINNER TODAY front yard' invitln enuff for the got them. When caught they to be the Church of the whole I

swankiest of our feathered friends were selling the new spare tire diocese to have him upon Youth SHELL GA !
for $3. The Jordan boy had livedat I .
S Margaret Ersklne boardln'the Sunday.It : NOTICE
train for a 10-day leave in Hialeah, and the chief of police P Is hoped that all people, and YOU'LL GET MORE
The A 8 A CafeBack knew him, and knew that the car r especially
Noo Yawk City, The Spacious young people, who have
new screened porch at Charlie an' had been stolen. The tall light I any connection with St. Mark's MILES PER GALLONGOODYEAR

of Carpenter'H Drug StoreSTARKE Ted Johns .-. New curtains Bill had been knocked out and the by Baptism, Confirmation or Interest HEADQUARTERS

an' Sam have Installed at the license tag smeared. in Sunday School or

Park Theatre I' Jimmy Bullock "When they got the car," continued League, will be present. FOR THE BRADS
--_.,- ---- ---__._---"ee-a- glvln Betty Beecher's new roommate the Sheriff "there was in Parents and youth leaders will

I the grand rush-or wlce It a portable radio and a rod and I also wish to be present. FORD COUNTY FAIR

wersa George Hill showln' reel. They said they had hidden The entire congregation will be TIRES, TUBES

off gorgeous little blond Marie them fcere. Sunday afternoon challenged with its duty and privilege ARE LOCATED AT

Green Monday night Seems Lou Jordan took me out to his of guiding and fostering AND BATTERIES

she stopped by to see him on her lather's home, where he had hid. youth, and ministering to their: THE MAYORS OFFICE

way home to So. Fla. Incidentally den them under an old sugar spiritual, social and moral needs.

I' Geo. i Is the first local I te kettle back of the barn." Other persons interested in this IN 'THE CITY

i to don a glltterin' V-for-Vlctory AU three are local men, and I very vital subject will be cordially GAINES SERVIC

FLA pin -. Howard Conner had been out of r welcomed. HALL STATIONOn

Jail one week for stealing $35, the

Thin ChangingVorl.l: Beck sheriff stated.School Register Now Temple Ave.

PROGRAM! WEEK: BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 28. 1941 Beckman leaves the Military Inn For .
bar for the IIl-Hat ditto Mary CafeteriaIn First Aid Class
Sunday., Monday-Sept. 28. 29 Louisa Dempsey transferrin' her _' --- -

"TilE GREAT AMERICAN! BROADCAST' talents from Postal Teleg. to Western OperationThe Registrations are now being

With Alice Faye, John Payne, Jack: Oakle Union Stacey Spence formerly taken at the office of County i INSURANCE AND BON D S |
:March of Time Paramount News of Bennett's (O'vllle) now Cafeteria at B. H. S. Judge Ferryman for the Red -

presiding at the City Drug fount opened Wednesday, September 24, Cross trainingcourse for first aid
Tuesday, Sept. -DOUBLE FEATURE E. L. Williams Instructors, which will be held I
Tessle Williams/ leaves Bon principal, has an
lilt No. 1-"A WOMAN'S: FACE" Art Sattlday for a new Job In I nounced. here during a two weeks' period HAROLD: C. WALL AGENCY
With Joan Crawford & beginning October
Melvyn Douglaslilt W. P. B. Artford an' Doahla "We were notified the first 6. The classes
Brown movln' week of will "be conducted by a representative -
to Sebring where school that Starke was
wI.I., No. "RIVER'S END" hell help build a new defense certified to receive commodities of National Red Cross I
With Dennis Morgan & Elizabeth I Headquarters. Constant Service Over 50 Years
Earl project Fran Opperman leavIn' from the State Surplus Commodity
Comedy: "It Happened All Night"Wednesday i Judge Perryman. chairman of
the courthouse
for Department In
a new job P greater
at Blanding quantity this the Bradford County Chapter 1' Slark'l
/ year because w Shad Please Phone 146
Thursday October 1, 2 given emphasizes .the fact that the
more free meals last
"JUNGLE CAVALCADE"With course Is designed for those who ,
PtN Frank S. Buck Hear Opal May got another year than we had In past years.
wish to become
qualified first
Ionadlatance call from Officials have waited
a Paramount Pictorial Cartoon Paramount News Looslanatother I over three
,night an' wasn't In to receive -weeks" continued Mr. Williams I, Instructors. Those who take It '

H a. Friday, Saturday-Oct. 3, 4 TWO BIG FEATURES It ." Won't Tommy Gomes'be "for the W. P.. A. to complete must be above the age of 18 years.

No. 1-"PRIDE OF TilE BOW ERr' prowoked Ann Cock plans and provide* workers. Little The classes will be held five ,

?- With Leo Oorcey Bobby Jordan. Donald Haines field. Dot Gray, an' the Leonard I cooperation could be had from nights l) a' week, Mondays through. !

:1P0 Klnchens checked In a chicken this quarter so we have opened: Fridays In three-hour, sessions.

No. "FRONTIER CRUSADER"With supper at Joe's Grill tother night I and' are operating under private JudaPerryman urges that

'U 00U Tim McCoy -Riders of Death Valley" No. 12 then bowled a bit to work off management."Mrs. each organization In town send jNRr

Also Cartoon those extra pounds Patsy Rafuse Is In charge one or more representatives to the
course. who wish to takeIt
Keen. Sara
Barefoot, an' Freddie assisted by Miss Thomas Mrs. 14
U MIDNIGHT SHOW. Saturday 11:30: P. M. Oct. 4 Wimberly helpin' out with the Manlre and Mrs. may Ivive their names at his
Dyal. and workers
"MICHAEL SIIA YNE. PRIVATE :- office in the courthouse. ;
DETECTIVE" dancln' classes at the Y Tooesday will be paid from profits. All :, ,
With Lloyd Nolan A :Marjorie Weaver night That handsome lad I '
In merchants
Utp Also ")[enl. the Moocker" "Wlcky. Wacky Romance" khaki la gettln' to be a habit with give written have bids on been commodities asked to i Revival eetingf where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware ,

, I Eleanor St.'*John '.. meeting U. S. No.,1 specification*. f 1A.revival meetingwilt- begin at I ,_ given away with every $-10 I in w

J tar TIe "iQgfc.IVoc"ReA.Nw Faculty committee supervisors are the or certificates. *
_Graham Baptist Church Mon;
Uving Sound Hear Maxla. _
JJ Noegel *
friends Mrs. Ethel Biggs. Mrs. Ruby Per I night AfttR.uCQttMd
day September 29. at 1:30
Were :
awfully I
disappointed .when GARAGE.Qepee
\ kins. M... Kate. Sheppard. Miss 9'clock. and continue Iu'.Caah" If SMITH'S
they rolled
up to the Blue Diamond
Fay Peterson
and Miss Yo
the week Rev. L.. O.
tother Hemingway FXORIDA
night an'-found the Sparkman." STARKE
pastor announced this week. The ,';;. +, _

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[ MI i' ii wnMm innTm'w nH iBHi
SEP 26",1941 at t


of LOCAL Friends of Mrs. S. K. Sparkswill TIIERESSA Swallow, of Milwaukee, Sept 16; \Velfttfe Total ,
I r be Interested to know that By Mr*. II. D. May J, P. Dickinson and his wife, Delaney ;

she baa returned home after being Dickinson; and Delaney i Bradford County received the

r confined to Riverside Hospitalin StlSIK U.UIMKK substantial! sum of 52378.00 In h
for B. F
I Dickinson
rI Thigpen was a visl- Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Wednesday Mrs. Bill'\ Plummer of Lawtey Jacksonville On Sept. 11 1041 the Gate of as duping
assistance cash -
L. Gar-I public grant
W. Elsie Belle
I Monday. In Jacksonville. was the week-end guest of Mr. Heaven swung open to receive our Geiger Geiger
Gr&I'dln and Mrs. Marvin Hazen. Sgt. and Mrs Elmo R. Struth I beloved Susie Hardee. rett and husband., D. Garrett; the fiscal year ended June 30,

?. D, Young of Ralford Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. Guy and M,'. and Mrs Merrill Struth The remains were carried to and Earl Lamar Geiger to Foster I I.according to an announcement by

I' .viJltot here Monday. Sale were visitors to Gainesville Vance TooJe, of the Bon Art of Jacksonville were guests Sun Hope Baptist and laid to rest in Shi Smith and his wife Mary the State Welfare Board. Cash t

Tuesday.B. Studios, spent several day In day of Mrs. W. H. Struth and the family cemetery.Mrs. Anne Smith, of Alachu County I' totals for the county In the three

Green was a business Jacksonville this week. Miss Kate Struth. Hardee was 69 years void Sept. 16: Charles) Campbell and I categories were: Old Age Asalitt- )

H. Gainesville Monday. 'J. Alderman, of Grandln, and leavea to mourn her loss Mary Christine Campbell, hi i '
Aid to Dpen
to was a business visitor In Starke Miss Lola Long of Jacksonville, Mrs O. J. Griffin returned to three sons! Odls Haniee of Glen wife of Lake County, to Leung ance 45139.00;

Herlong was a vlsl- Tuesday. pent the week-end here with her her home In St. Augustine Wed- St. Marys, Arthur Hardee of Lake Ben Kuey, of Duval County Sept.: dent Children 14.871.00;; Aid to

M B onvllle Monday. mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. nesday afternoon after spending Butler, Henry Hardee of Theresna 18; Clara Mae Knight to the the Blind $2,368.00.
Jack several days here with her daughter ond one step-son Albert Hardee of Trustee of the Internal Improvement I -
Mrs. Roy Roberts of the State
I Jacksonville Mrs. T J. Griffin returned home
Clarence Davis was visiting Farm was visiting friends here ,I Mrs. Frank Hoover, and Mrs. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. Fund, Sept 18. Saturday afternoon after a trip

Melrose last Friday.T Wednesday Eva Fernanda were visiting I A precious one from us Is gone.A .
in Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Carden and to Washington D. C., where she .
friends In Palatka last week. voice we loved Is stilled, A Building Permits her grand .
business Mr. Garden's mother, Mrs B. B. went to accompany
Clute was a Mrs. S."-C. Harley ofi Highland, In place is vacant in our home that daughter, :MIN Gloria John, who. .
IB Daytona Beach Monday. was a business visitor here Wed-. Mrs M. Mayhew and daughter, Carden, were guests Sunday Mr. never' can be filled.' Bill Carantjas. Sept. 30, $200 resumed her studies at National
the home of their relatives
nesday morning. Barbara Jean, spent Tuesday afternoon We loved her yea we loved her' for addition to present cafe on Park College\ ,,
and Mrs. J., V. Garden at Ocala. lot 2 block 27, original town of
Mrs P. M. Barefoot 4 In Gainesville Shopping But God loved her more. And ; ,
Wd In Hamp- He has called her Starke concrete block 10 x 20; *
afternoon Mrs. C. A. is
Sunday enjoyinga Walnwrlght Jr. MKMOKIAMIn
N. D. ,
Mayor 11 2000. Bradford En.
Miss Edna Hutto of To younder shining: shore. Sept. ,
vacation JaCkson-I
mountains of ..... Alvarez attendeda
Chief Av & Construction. Co., byJ.

North -Carolina. ville spent, the week-end The golden gate were' openedA gineering : loving memory of James
Harley Ipt'nt' parents Mr and Mrs. L. Hutto. conference of the F. B. I. gentle voice said, "Come" M. Edwards!, frame, corrugatedmetal Frederick Carnell who pam. d,
Clara Mae which was held In the MayflowerHotel '
In Jacksonj WJth farewells yet unspokenShe concrete floor, concrete I away: Sept.\22nd. 1931, :3 days bo-
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Houston In Jacksonville last Monday -
and concrete
a y block ready-mix
Everett McKinney left last week calmly entered home. fore h. was & years old.
spent last week-end visiting relatives Laura Hall concrete product SO x 100, 1 1-2 ,
for Emory-at-Oxford where he (Written by ) The evening star shines on the

Green was a businessto I In Alabama. will begin a pre-medlcal course of Mrs. Phillip Maguire and two Mrs. Cora Sullivan of Waldo I stories per', lot; Sept 3 block 22; Annie 1 original Mae Kem town, I I grave

Gainesville Monday aft- l Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Snow attended study. daughters, who have, been guest and Mra. Kenneth' Sparkman of remodelling frame residence on Of one we loved, but coul/l not "

of Mrs. Magulre's mother, Mrs. Gainesville recent visitors In I lave.
the football game at were Church Street composition roof ,
I Gainesville Saturday night. doors The Ritz Cafe will open Its A. M. Darby, left Monday afternoon the home of J. J. Zeigler. $800; Sept 22, Paul Raymond God took him 'home, It wit Ills t I I'
to public tomorrow, according will
Bence spent last for their home In Washington Othma Sullivan left Tuesday $200 for painting and building |
visiting Hlldabelle relatives In --Jack George W. Ryals. of Ocala, Is to George Pappas, pro- D. C.MlsKes Ight for a visit with his slater front porch of frame residence Hut In our heart we 'love him I

the new barber In the first chairat I prietor. Mrs. S. W. Grtrnth In Miami. on lots CAD block 24, J. M. till. I rl I!;'
le Mr, and Mr.. S. C. Carnell. h
the City Barber Shop. Grace Green and Frances Afro J. A. Mtlllken and children Johns addition; Sept 23, W. L.. 1
Mr. and "Mrs. A. Darby Jones and Lt. Charlie Sim- Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott.Parent '
the Oppermun of Ocala are visiting her parents, Sibley, carpenter frame addition
!s Marian Dowling and was Mrs. Cella of Jacksonville, were guests Mon mons were In Jacksonville Mon- 1>lr. and Mr. A. L. Sullivan. 40 x 23 to present funeral home, and Grandparents.Public .

of her mother father Mon- Manassa Manassa and son day of Mrs. A. M. Darby and day where they accompanied N Mi-, and Mrs. K, S. Slbley were lots 1 and 2, block 37, of the J.
E. J. Dowllrtg. Philip left yesterday
nd Mrs. for a vacation In Miami. family. T. Ritch, who left by train for visitors In Starke Thursday M. John. addition metal roof, Stenographer

Emory-At-Oxford University. MI'.. C. Paul tinned to Miami' concrete floor; Sept 23, 1). I*.
Nick Alexander spent last weekin Friday after an extended visit Carpenter, $400 one-story addition -: Alls Carol White 4,

Jacksonville at the bedside, of Paul Knight of New York City with her staler, Mrs. Z. Z. Zelg- 10 x 20 to present building' In ">

Service Careful Drivers his brother, who has been seriously will arrive in Jacksonville Sundayby lei-. : lor store room, Pace property, VV. T. flute's: Office >

ompt 111.Mlns plane for a visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan and ,original town, concrete blocks, Ii 119!> East: Call St. 'I

here.. Col. and Mra. D. E. Knight Mrs. J, A. Milliken were shop I metal roof s .

; : Vonda Inman Is now em- will meet him at the Jacksonville ping In Jacksonville Saturday, ...... ..... ,
Taxi ..,----.--- ._,___w______ 'II' &
tarke In Tallahassee office
ployed In the airport Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Glllyard and Bro. it t

of R1.: A. Gray, Secretary of Jesse Brown were visiting their Y. O. I IJUOWN) .

State. Maj. and Mra. Max Snyder and sister, Mrs. Rosa Constantine re PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT t

Owned and Opeated children who have been occupyingthe cently.Mm." 1208 Graham Building
:MIss Betty Jane Nollman baa Sauls bungalow on Cherry Janie Hubbard Is the "guestof ,

Phone 150ay returned to Lakeland where she Street for the past year wIll( leave her mother Mrs. RON Constantine .l\rHSO.N\IM.K. 1"UIUU.-\

halt resumed her studies at Southern for Ft. Kenning, Ga., where they Phone a- 8CI7

Night College. will be stationed for some time. Mrs. Rosa Constantine was I ,_.._.._._______,_,__ ______________.__u__._.___ w'It'JIDItJIt
transacting business In Gainesville -

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. Clif- Miss Abble Knight, one of the ,lust week-end. ''If ( : 1JIlQIt1fJCOCJOt/ ) : lCct'MalOClatnmClllltlltOQt11lK'I\ltIJtOOtMDtDtIllUlJIlJIM\ ) I

ton Brown and Mrs. Charlie 10;. cashiers at the Guidon Grill, returned -

Johns spent last Saturday in last Friday from a month's Greenwood ANNOUNCING

Jacksonville.Rev. vacation visiting relatives In New
RITZ THEATREPROGRAM York and New Jersey, moat of By Minnie Lre Prlngle TilE OWNING OPAnn

and Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot her time being spent at Trenton :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and

and daughter, Nancy, are enjoying N. J. daughter Leona, and Mr. and I
WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. 28TH a vacation trip In North and, Mrs. Louis White and baby Wanda

South Carolina. Major and Mrs. Frank A. Kopf of Jacksonville were visiting '

Sunday and Monday, September 28, 29 have been pleasantly located at Mrs Daisy Prlngle Sunday & ttli'NLSERVING 4
"TOM DICK AND HARRY"With Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins the home of Mr. and Mrs W. B noon. ',

spent!' Sunday In Lawtey visiting i Sewell since the second of Sep- Mr. and Mrs E. E. alter-I' ,
Ginger Rogers & George Murphy\ Mr. Dlnkins' parents, Mr. and tember. Major Kopf Is of the Clifford and '

Added; Fox News and "Wedding Bills" (Comedy) Mrs. C. Dinklns. lT9tn field Artillery and came to sons.Jacksonville were visiting MEALS FAMILY STYLE

Camp Blanding from Atlanta Ga. aon-in-law and daughter, t
ues. & Wed.-Sept. 30 Oct. DOUBLE FEATURE
:W. B. Mandy and Guy Sale Mrs. Earl: Mosley.. Mrs. MoBley ALWAYS A SECOND HELPING 11
"HURRICANE SMITH"With spent last week-end with Dr W Mr. and Mrs. Monty .V. Cow- and baby returned with them to "

Dennis O'Keefe, K. Middleton at his. fishing campat drey, of New Brighton Minn., are spend a few day. FROM 50c UP ,

'....%I. and Waverly, Ga. living at 221 Not th.Walnut streetIn Mrs. J. M. Rosier and daughter I c
the home of their father U. O. Lorraine, and grandson Jimmie, AT '

"KISSES FOR BREAKFAST"With Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugli, Cowdrey. Mr. Cowdrey i I" with were visiting Mr. Daisy Pringle

Dennis Morgan and Jane Wyatt I of Jacksonville, will spend the his father in business- the Starke Monday, afternoon. 1
and Mrs. Service. Kirkland has returned 301 Call Street
week-end here with Mr. Sign Arvin
Also:; March of Time and Band Short '
H. L. Brownlee. horn after being In the Army
Mrs. Simeon Phillips, is the Court House J
some time Across From County .
Thursday & Friday October 2 3
for the Bradford County GUI and daughter, >
secretary Mrs. R. A. i
Jack A. Purcell of Gainesvilleis SANDWICHES A LA CARTE MEALS
"ICECAPADES"With the manager of the Bradford Fair Association, taking the placeof Betty Jo and Georgia. Ruth, were ij BEER y

An All-Star Cast County Fair which will begin the Miss Frances Opperman who visiting HIS. Daisy Prlngle Sunday -
Fried Chicken
Added: MGM News & Cartoon third of November. has accepted a position at Camp Specializing In Golden "
located In the
'Blending She I IS "

Friday & Saturday, Oct 2, 3-DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown Mayor's office In the City Hall. Deeds Filed (OfOtIXDfIN aNOtIXaatahtU11a111I0rMJfIXDDaktlaxAtlgeak00kTiadtPALMOLIVE --

"THE FARGO KID" were In Sebring last week visiting Mrs. E. S. Matth'ewslett yesterday Klvena; Morgan a widow of
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hardee to spend four weeks In Orlando
With Tim Holt Alachua County to Annie Ma
and daughter Dlan. with her son-in-law and
9 G. B. Colson and
and Kemper, Sept. ;
and Mrs. H. B. Mc-
I daughter, wife Alva N. Colson, to R. AColson .
"LADY FROM LOUISIANA"With Mrs. Simeon Phillip and Mrs. Lendon. She was accompanied by ,. Sept 9; Albert Gllsaon

Jane Wyman Mitchell Ergas and daughter. Nikl Miss Peggy Blocker who will and wife Susie Gllsson, to JohnS.
were business visitors to Gainesville spend the weekend In Orlando. 8 Carrie C.
Chapter 7 "White Eagle" Murrhee Sept ;
Monday afternoon. Parmenter, a widow, toll'. C. I IN
Mrs Herbert Metcalf and son,
Hodge. Sept. 9; P. S. Colson and
.. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter Herbert Jr.- of New Haven, Conn. wife Freda Coition to 0. Ii. Col- 3 for I
Clair Jean, spent Sunday'afternoon have taken an apartment at the
Sept 9; Bertha Pearce, a
NAT SEZ In Gainesville visiting Mrs. residence of Col. and Mrs. D. E. son 19c
widow, to Llllle McRae Bridge CEMMADE
Thelma Steele and family. Knight. Capt. Metcalf, who Is Sept. 11; Linwood Craw' *'d to ; SOAP OLIVE OH

A drunk In a picture the other away on maneuvers, will Join France Crawford, his wife, 'to I 1Ss 1

: : : night trying to get over the point Miss Margaret Pearce will leave them shortly. the State of Florida, Sept. 5;

that he wan crazy about his for Cedar Rapids, Iowa this week- Laura Coy, widow, to the State 3/or
As. + -P country made what I thought wax end to resume her work with the Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnn after. returned of Florida Sept. 5; Austin Paul SUPER SUDS
J he :
a rather cute remark when Union Circulation Company. home yesterday and Arizona Paul to State of 25c
said "I'm a sucker for the. Star spending the past month In the Florida, Sept. 5; Austin I'aul and S WASHING CLOTHESOCTAGON
North Carolina.
Spangled Banner." Mra. Mitchell Ergas and daughter mountains of Arizona I'aul, hi* wife, to State ;, ,FOR I

I'll always remember that scene Nikl, and Miss Louell Llnd- They were accompanied home by of Florida, Sept. 0; Joe Reed and .....
because it sums up my sentiments.That sey will spend this week-end In their daughter' Mrs. B. A. Pope, Nellie teed to State of Florida, ) '' i

old song does thing to me High Springs visiting relatives. Jr., of Fountain, N C., who will Sept. S; Sam Brown and Mary G/or

no matter how often I hear it. visit them here. Brown, his wife, to State of Florida -

I know that mot of you know Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned L. Sept. S; Morgan Securities
what I mean. home Saturday afternoon State Highway Patrolman Co.. & New Jersey Corporation to SOAP IMPROVED25c
work Is at Camp
after spending a two weeks' vaca- 1>McArthur residence Is Joseph Brandkamp and wife Hattie ; a
tion at Little Switzerland N. C. Blanding and Elrandkamp. Alachua County t
.- 215 Park Place. Starke, completed 6 J. O. Turner and Robert
These Sept. ;
Men'Ji -
i Strong Mrs. Edwin Green and daughter. this week a two weeks'of an enforced Infected -- Turner of Ulbb County Ga., to KLEKFOR 3 for ,
vacation because!
Patsy, spent the week-end In resumed work T. Frank Landrum Sept 6; J. M.
Lake Butler visiting her parents, foot. Mitchell. F. Al: Scott and C. A. 25c '
&.dxe otwt.tl e Mr. and Mrs. W S. Brannen, Jr. the latter part of the week. Knight, trustee. Livingston Trust WASHING DISHES

Fund of the First Presbyterian i
7f Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marks Mrs. J. M. Brownlee returned Church, to Melt Hammett Sept.

MarJorie, of De- home Tuesday after spending a 10 Kay McCalllsttr and wife.
and daughter ;
Land spent the weekend a* I week In New York New City York where Medi-she Margaret O. McCalllster, to Jack, Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 for ___ 14c !

guest of Mrs. S. L. Peek and was a patient In serious Simmons Sept. 10; Louise Peek r,

family. cal Center Hospital Mrs.' for Brownlee a is Sayles and husband C. F. Sayleo. Cleanser 3 for ___ 14c
trouble. Octagon '" -
eye E. K. Perry- ,
of Dade County, to
remind to get your thinks she la I
a now improving and I ,
a you After spending a two weeks' man and Lois Peek Perryman

vacation at her home In St. Cloud, on the road to complete recovery.Mr. Sept. 16; Carlyje Peek and his Octagon Granulated, large ______ __ -- 21c

MIss Doris Kruger has returnedto wife, live Peek. 'Of Illinois, to
\ H. L.. Brownleeand
NOR-EASTTes "ln the A and Mrs. Sept. 16.
Wemiteg waltres Lois Peek Perryman
her post as daughter, Madge, and Mrs. J. widow White Eagle Chips .. -_ ___ _______ 37c
&: A Cafe. Sunday In Daytona Jessie E. Livingston,
E. Futch spent
Mrs. B. T Smith. Margaret L. ,Carter and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mlllican of Beach and Mrs.with Brownlee and Frank Carter, Marie L. Mansker Octagon Granulated, Small, 3 for __ --- 25c
F Mr.
Palatka spent the week-end herewith and husband E. O. Mansker, _
1 returned home the same
Mr. Milllcan' brother and daughter law of George C. Livingston
heirs at
AT, I ister-ln-Uw, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. day longer but Mr visit. with Futch her remained aunt, Mrs fora deceased, of Hlllsborough Octagon Flakes, Large --- 23c

McKinney County, to R. ANewsome., Sept.

Smith. IS; Morgan Securities Co., a New Octagon Flakes Small 3 for __ -- 25c
Mr*. W. E. Mlddleton pent last McLendon and little Jersey Corporation, to Clyde P.English ,
week in Jacksonville visiting herson Mfrs. If. B. of Orlando, of Gainesville Sept. 13: ; '
Sternberg' and daughter-in-law Mr. and daughtfi week-end Jeannette.here with Mr*. Clyde P. English and wife Ruby Bath Palmolive, 3 for .- -0

Mrs! Earl Mlddleton. and other spetrtbe parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. English of Alachua County, to I
)kLen M1's
relatives. Friend of .rta. M. V Joiner, of Duval County, t tI
S. Matthew r
Interested t 0, Sept. IS; Morgan Securities Co.,
be !
,. Mr*. Tommy Lane and d utiter.Mary know that,she Is now confined to I to W: H. Scott and wife, Lillian GREENS STORE 1

Beth, have returned to their General Hospital In I E. !Scott!! of Alachua County, Sept. I
Tnscalooaa Ala-, after a the Orange Swallow, of
$1 home In where she-underwent ar I 18; Mabel Willcox
..i'ltWIr..fllliik..1R; short visit with Mrs. Bertha I Orlando, Milwaukee, Wl.. to Arthur C
operation .
Pearce and family
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t VANDERBILT 'WOODLAWN' with M1ae Effie Crau7ora1--

'itt1 WITH OUR FARMERS 1 Brooker A, J,
Ily Miiis Velma Norman Brevities By Mrs. Oscar Carter Crawford Of I$
.1 Heights spent the e
MINa Hazel :Manning of Jacksonville :Mrs. Nancy McGuinn of Bridge- with his weekend p
''"1 don't live in Bradford I' we can get supplies over there Miss Bertice Johns of Ral Hy Mr, Eldon Hardy JOHN WILLIAM GREEN port, Conn., Is spending ,awhile R. N. Crawford. All and :

i f County now," said Kenney Thomas fast enough to keep Germany ford, Paul Faulkner and Brence BRIDGE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Jr. here with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miss Inez Ro
Saturday afternoon, "but if the from conquering Russia." Roberts of this section were visit- announce the arrival of a son, Carter. spent the )(- or SIatk

Lord is willing I soon will." Mr. "Are the British good soldiers," Ing Miss Velma Norman Sunday the Miss Bridge R. Club E. Hazen last weex.entertained After John William, on Thursday, Sept., Mrs.: Mamie Lou Kersey returned parents, Mr.week-end and fore with btt r

Thomas lives 12 miles east of Mr. Roberson was asked, where- afternoon.L. several games, tempting refreshments llth. to her home here Saturday Rosier. Era Jtea
It, Starke in Clay County. He owns L. Renfroe of Vanderbilt wasa after spending the past three
upon he replied, guess they'redoing were served to those prea- Mr. and Mrs. Karl Chesser of Mr. and Mrs.
80 acres he ia of nine heirs visitor to Gainesville weeks in WUdwood and Sumter- Horace
; all they can. We stand off business Gretn
j % ent. Mrs. J. P. Roberta was Gainesville we revisiting Mrs. Jacksonville Mr Of
ro' who own 160 acres; his uncle, L. and fight from a distance, Monday afternoon. field visiting relatives. and Mra
see a awarded the prize for high, and Chesser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Brooker, JOt
! F. Thomas, own ;280 acres; and we think we could do somethingIf Mr. and Mrs. W B. Bloods Mre. Mae Hall for low. The next Wally Crews Sunday.Mr. Pvt. Morris Carter of Camp nell of Jacksonville and Rev c n.

P its t4M1', ?r I It b I s brother-in-law, L. R. Britt we were just In there; but worth and children 0 f Raiford meeting will be at Mrs. E. E, .., and Mra. O. J. Molt. Mr Wheeler Ga., spent last week- church at Union all attend
t'' n owneti 80 acres all in Clay when we get there it is different." were visiting Mr and Mrs. F :M. Hazena.! and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and small end here with relatives. spent the night With Saturday sad

rYd', 1;FI h, County about four miles East of "Will the United States enter Norman of this section Sunday Miss Madeline Crosby and Mrs daughter of Raiford, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter were R. N., CraWford. Mr, and 1/1(/

r u Camp, ,Blanding."We the war to a greater extent thanIt afternoon. Daisy Fisher were shopping in Mrs. L. A. Mott and L., A. Jr.. visiting Mrs. Minnie McCutcheon W. H. Green
1+ r live In the reservation; on Is already In It?" was another Rodman Reddish of Vanderbilt Jacksonville Friday. and Sandra, were visiting Mrs. in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. I end In Jacksonville spent the wod

n 1 1IIl our grandfather's estate where question. "I can't tell" Mr. Rob- was in Jacksonville on business Mrs. Luther Harrell was visiting Jim Mott during the weekend.Mr. Mr >land :Mrs. Luther Hilliard tlves. With ft1a.
,; we were born and raised. Our erson responded. "I don't'' much Monday. her mother Saturday after- and Mrs. Grady Baxter of were shopping in Starke Saturday

II n, father got It from his father and think ao, though I can't tell. ButI Misses Geneva Rosier and Baldwin were visiting Mrs. Bax- afternoon..

nIW u we have never stayed anywhere think England and Rnssla will I Frankie Wilson of Gainesville noon.Mr.. and Mrs. W. P. Nichols of ter's mother, Mrs. Rob Lewis, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. S. Normanwere DRAIN
r else., But the War Departmentwants finally win out." Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. By Mrs. Z. Z. Grim,
were guests of Miss Velma Nor- i visiting J. N; Norman in
mw to buy It for maneuvering man Sunday. A. L. Crosby and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiggins and the Water 'Oak section Sunday Miss
grounds. They have offered us J. L. Starling has lived at Law- Crlttl.
Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch'ofLawtey Mrs. Rosa Pinholeter were visiting afternoon wlj
1 Ine omewhere around $2,000 for 160 for 23 ) Mrs J. W. Knight and little visiting Misses I
tey years, having come Margaret
relatives Mrs. Beulah Harrell who has
were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newaome of and
daughter, Sandra, have returnedto
acres. from Baker County to BradfordHe Mildred Morrell
here Sunday. been sick but is better at Sunday
very Starke attended church at Hell-
I' their home In Jackuonvllle after
When Mr. Thomas se'.ls out In raises mostly strawberries There will be a P.-T. A. meeting this time.Congratulations. bronn one night last week.BOOTSEY'S Mr. and Mr. W E
spending last week here with :Mr Green
p, Clay County he Is going to move sweet potatoes and corn on his Wednesday, October I, All pat- Lee Green children were m\! l\
and Mrs F, M. Norman. dinner
to Theressa, he stated. "I can buy 13 acres, he said Saturday. When rons are urged to attend. Your' modern bungalow is Brook- guem!
j Mr. and Mrs. Leon Renfroe and BEACH and Mrs. Luther Slffll
23 acres and a few head of cattle asked what was uppermost on er's latest attraction. Being for Gritti
th.n from County Agent L. T. Dyer, his mind these days, the farm or I son, Samuel, were visiting S. ,J, :Mr. and Mrs. Boss Hinton and rent, Mrs. Mae Hall, one of our By Minnie Lee Pringle day.Miss I

ver for $1,600. He has drawn up the the war, he stated that he had Norman and family of L o n g family spent the week-end in teachers, seems to have been the W. M. Reddish and the Rev. H. Opal Morrell spent Sata I
r deed and we have put up a $100 been thinking about both lately Bridge Sunday. Jasper.Mr. more fortunate bidder. M. TlUman were business visitors day night with Miss Marie
u elI deposit. We are supposed to close "I don't know much about the !Ii,'. and Mrs. J. M Rosier and and Mrs. L. A. Brown hadas Ovid Lewis, Miss Irene* Thomas to Jacksonville Monday of Dethel.

the deal by November 9. war, but If Britain and Russia family of Lawtey were visitingMr week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene attended Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green Miss Dorothy Grittlg
ttlS don't win pretty soon, we're going and Mrs. Levy Norman and Artford Brown and baby of Sampson was vim I
the Florida-Randolph-Ma- higMr.andMrs.Z.2
I fl.I I I were visitors to Lake City Mon- Grl ;;;:|
and Mr. Sanford
and Mrs.
, to have to get In pretty quick. .family Saturday afternoon. '
I t tU W J Roberson, 0 f Sampson Con game Saturday night. day,
j r City cultivates 35 acres of a 76- And the United States will win Little Donnie Denmark has returned Bitch and son. Gene, of the State 'I Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hazen of day.Mrs.. Raleigh Strickland 0 f Mrs Ben Saaser

acre farm, nays he can't get labor quick if we do," he said. I to Jacksonville after spending Farm.Miss Louisa visitorin :.Gainesville were visiting Mrs. Dan Starke spent the week-end here week-end with h e 80n.spent thtl

? err 'these days, owing to Camp Blan- Speaking briefly of farming last week here with his uncle LaCrosse Gay .was a Hazen Sunday. with her parents :Mr. and Mrs.G. Brown of Vanderbilt.. a*I
ding, the WPA and other conditions Mr. Starling said, "When we go I and aunt Mr and Mrs. Russell Sunday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry madea B. Johna. JOG Grlffi.
Mre. Hazen
and L O. madea Clay
Y n nnn. ; BO Is doing little farming. to sell anything, we can't get anything Norman. business to TallahaHsee business trip to Valdosta, Ga., A large crowd from this section County
Asked his opinion on the pres- for It; but when we go to The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnesof trip Wednesda j'. > attended the annual meeting"at Visiting Albert Grlffis Sunday..

ent war situation he replied that I, buy it is high. When it gets out Rising spent last week with Monday. George Baxter has returned Union Saturday and Sunday.
1' r+ that question was too deep for Of the farmer's bands, It goes to friends of this section and attended Mrs. J. P. Wilson of Starke home after visiting friends and, Mr. and Mra. Dewey ,Fish and To !
'' e t him; that he did not know what rising' the revival at Water Oak. was visiting Mrs. Morgan Tilgh- relatives in Georgia. daughter of Baxter and Rev. Misery, ofCOLDSIUiiuld

to aay; "but I sorter believe Eng- "How do you account for that Mrs. Morris Johns and little man Friday.Mrs. Miss Beatrice Camels of StarkeIs 'Mathis of Plant City attended

1 land and Russia can hold Hitler situation"" he was asked. "That's son of Jacksonville spent part of Nora Sapp had as dinner now making her home in church at Union Saturday and ,

1nl %f r off If we can keep sending them just the way it la," he replied. last week here with her parents, guests! Sunday Mr. and Mrs Har- Brooker with her parents, Mr, were dinner guests of Mr. and Tiihlcts:
something to fight with. I think and Harold of Jackson- and Mrs. A. Cassels. 666 SalveNose
] prp "The farmer can't get anythingout Mr and Mrs Ellery Sapp and vey Sapp Mrs. R. N. Crawford.
of his farm, but when he gets I family. ville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley and Miss Gertrude Gasklns and Cough Dropn

nr rid of the produce ,It goes up. I The revival meeting at Water and Mrs. M. Rhoden were Mre. Rosa Plnholster were transacting Miss Lorane Drawty of Jackson- Try "Rub-My-Tlwn" Dropi
AUTO PARTS That's the way with strawberries Oak last week was a great suc- visiting Mr and Mra. C. C. Melvin business 1 n Gainesville ville spent Saturday night here Unament a Wonderful
-the farmer gets $2 and then Sunday. Monday.
USED TIRES REBUILT cess and closed Sunday with l .
they go up to $4." .
spread dinner and special musicIn
GLASS CASH the afternoon. SUNNY BROOK FARM Mrs. W. C. Clemons Sunday. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

n CARS AND- TRUCKS FOR IN We've had such hard luck this By lUlu Arsula Mrs. Edd Parrish was the guestof Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
ANY year," said L. G. Norman, of plants myself and set them Out Crosby Mrs Eston Parrish Friday EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
CONDITION. Hetlbronn Springs Saturday afternoon in July, but lost half of them, Miss Nettle Williamson of morning. MODERATE PRICESDeWITT

Used "that we hate to tell you and have to set them out again. Starke the dinner Mr. and Mrs.
Autos $25 up was guest Sun- A. D. Norman
about It. We've had a hard time I still l lack about 3,000 of having of C. JONES
day Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and family were guests Sunday of
I ar HASKINSAUTO trying to 'get a berry patch out them all out." and Mrs. Inez Kelly. Mre. Norman's parents, Mr. and Starker Florida ,
1 there, and we haven't got any- "I think my potato crop is going '
; eip" Robert Hall'of Pine Level and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, at Graham.
PARTS thing to speak of yet. We've had to be poor" Mr. Norman
f'' t) Mrs. Anna Ripper of Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. D. Warren of
p" North of Town on hoed 13 too much rain for strawberries continued. "I have three acres. W. T. CLUTEREALTORF.
d d o l Itj were visiting Mr. and Mrs Starke were guests of her parents
and other things. I raised 3 .Ooo And my corn croo will he cut off
j, I r1 about -one-third -because of dry C. C. Crosby Sunday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday .. H.' A. LOANSWe

weather in the summer; also Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were j Mrs Grover Hatten and small want the listing on your property

4I READY MIXED CONCRETE SAND, GRAVEL, about one-third off on peanuts." among those attending the. Flor- daughter, Carolyn, spent the 'We have some wonderful properties for sale
Ida-Randolph-Macon football week-end here with Mrs. Hatten's
Mr. Norman doe a n't do much gameIn
I t BUILDING HLOCKS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVE- trucking he said-he raises only Gainesville Saturday night. parents l, Mr. and ,Mrs. \:>. C. Cle- See us about your Real Estate Needs

n.1n WAYS, STEPPING STONES IN FACT 'WECAN sweet corn. "I did fairly well on Fred Haislop was transacting mons. 119 E. CALL STREET, PHONE 66

sweet corn. I didn't do much on business In Gainesville Monday. .
'. .
t : strawberries, because of disease." Virgil Owen and children at- .:40111'1':1.C.I.I.I.lot.. .!! KAMM
I CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. Mr. Norman cultivates 20 acres t ended the Primitive Baptist Notice I t. hereby given that theund..rMIM'neI
of a 23-acre farm.. Church Sunday',nbj'nlng.} 20113.1 under Law the of provisions Florida
Mr, and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof 1tcthl'\\ will i register with; the Gulf Life Insurance Co.
,Can Us Today For Estimates Turning 'to World War II, Mr. Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court In und
Norman said. "It Is hard for spent part of last for Bradford County, Florida, the
me week with fictitious *
Mr; Crosby's parents name of I
/, all to nay anything about it. All I Mr and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Park Cate & Friendly Place, I I AGENTS
under which
know Is what I hear the Doris Crosby of New River doing business we are engaged and
over at
-I. sj radio. Sometimes I think It is spent last week with her grand- 118.120 South Walnut Street j
, parents. Mr and Mrs W R. Hats- StaT : Hradford County, Florida.
going our way, and sometimes it t the said business a I In ownedand O. Box 308, Starke, Florida
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION looks like it Is going the other lop.A operated parties by; the following interested -
large crowd from this
/ 'STARKE FLORIDA way. I don't think we'll have to Section George Kopvlouaoit, 337 Call SEE US
4rY. attended services at Water TODAY-TOMORROW IS
Street Mlai-ke, Fla.
go over there. I believe th*>Kngllsh
,rY.q'rY. 235 Washington St. Phone 165 end Rusalans will win without- Oak Baptist Church Sunday. 8ta Nick rk.., t HtaverlanoM Kla, 337 Call Street OFTEN TOO LATE
Mr and Mrs. Warren
us if we just f urn lnh the ma- Kelly and At Htarke, Bradford County, Flor
q'I I rlaV' children, Voncille .and Shirley ida. this 23rd., day of Sept. 1941.

I were Sunday guests of Mr. and
to Mrs David Kelly of Pine Level.

'i1C3(3.( c o oD o o oo Facts That Concern You Mrs. N. G. Moody and daughter -
No. 31 of a Series Melba of New River were

i visiting Mrs. Moody'a sl ter-In- s

,I law, Mrs. Arle Brown, Monday
afternoon. ,
},. 1 Mr and Mrs. J. N. Kelly were

transacting business in Lake Butler -

Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Hall of Pine Level

was visiting Mrs. Arle Brown
//'j In. Sunday afternoon 1 $ MAY BE

Mr. and Mrs Mills Kelly and
.M. y. ,/ r1 l "dvlirti nt7 t l rNC",a' children of Lake Butler were

,' f Pt week-end guests of Mr Kelly. THE NIGHT!
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly.

1 { lX While there they visited Mr., and
Mra. C. C. Crosby Sunday after- AJ
I Randolph Crosby of Jacksonville -
and Miss Arsula Crosby
were visiting Mrs. Austin Fenderof

Pine 'Level Thursday vafternoo.t. -

Mr.. and Mrs. John T. Kirby !and' /1

IIII I, George James of Spartenburg; S. 1k

rs, ,I 1 asilJ C., apent several days last week
I I II with their son and daughter-In-
I law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I lt'by. k-: :

SOME PEOPLE NEVER LEARN. They were accompanied back I
t : I ei home by Mrs. Earl Kirby who ....asreq

will upend awhile with them.
c i but most them do! Mr. and Mrs JOhn T. Kirby
41 0 Ii of George James of Spartenburg S. W
C., Mr. and Mrs Earl Kirby and
I Miss Doris Crosby were In St. ,
I //11'II i There are always a few "smart alecks" We want to protect the benefits thai ,Augustine Sunday. THIS WEEK OR NEXT, youTI gest dou/bI. duty small

.r who want to stand up and rock the boat. beer has brought to Florida-employ have friends dropping electrical< table appliances. -

I., I I But most people try to keep out of ment for 18,294 persons since relegallza- GUM BRANCH in.night Tonight may be the For,you can uie S M 1/ 1
I trouble. tion, an annual payroll of $15,757,191 By 1".... Edd Parrlsh I them at breakfast din :

The same sort of thing happens in the and taxes of $1,735,893.93 paid to the Mr. When refreshment time n.rormi.....ght. ."' ",s j
,bt and Mrs. T. N. Norman and arrive. will bustle ,. I
retailing of beer. The great; majority of state last year children you with.ifortl.ss ease. .
1tx Dorothy and
beer Gerald. and bustle! about-or b. I
retail establishments clean lawThis state,too,has an important stake were guests 0 f Mrs. Norman's calm and s.na.1 For And with ch.ap.l.ctn. '

I It) abiding and wholesome. But occasionally in Beer's purchases from over 100 industries parents, Mr. and Mra. H. M. Mc- successful "botherless" city you millionaire.

ate / you may find a "smart aleck" retailer ) supplying the brewing Industry Rae. Sunday afternoon. entertaining we sugs.rviceatp.nnywaga..
'I who violates Elder and Mrs. E. N. Andersonof
the law or permits. anti with materials, equipment and services.
I. / / t social conditions. Heights spent Satur-
You can help us in our public-spirited day night with Mrs. H. H. Keene.

i, 1 i We of the brewing industry want these program by (1) patroruiing only reputable Miss Ange. Sapp of Jackson-

L v L; anti-social retailers wiped out Because and legal beer. establishments and ville was the guest of her parents swr ++ t'y.

'f''il' they; imperil your right to drink good: (2) by reporting any irregularities you Mr. and )[r J. S. Sapp, '

f .rlw beer..and our right to make it. may see,to the proper authorities. Sunday. ,Susie afternoon.Mrs. Moor. spent "Satur .It4. -

I ,k ar {to eat, day In Gainesville with relatives
BEER..a and friends. ,
i rI' beverage ofU'odraft.o Nyer
n Mr. and :Mra. Vanice Keene and .

D son, Venice. Jr., of ,Lwt.y pent
the week-end ben Mrs..
w 1w
.- 1 (
ji ov'O Keen. "

.. Mr. and JoIn: Lume Clcmonk

... ... -- and son"were ,guests off Mr. and ,



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I"TE'II..ION TO for fictitious Bradford name County of Florida i ijeK the flee and have m".I. application for NOTICE -ppur'TIO' of N'RU run \V Ill Yd. N'' the date of the first publication ofthis i day the 1r.l day of November 141.he .

ri<\ : t'II"nTIOI'tI' HMK.iM the The Star Store. I tax deed to b. issued thereon FOiL 11'd. I &Vile, S 'I 'l'ls to noll.* a* provided for by S.< defendant Stanley F. Kin.
herePy given that under which we Said certificate renpectlvely em- (*te Hill >. KI3) ..p, 34 Twp. 1 I 23 K., tlon Chapter 1\311. Lw..f whuisi: renldence I* unknown I 1k
in .. the provl.lon.fe"11' doing business at are engaged and brace the following described prop. NOTll'1J IS HK11KHY GIVLN. containing 14 acre. More less, "'lorM. )931. to tl.t" titsired to appear to the blh filed
.l'j L*w. of Florida. West ( Su I." of" the eonnly of Bradford. Alderman holder nf TnxCertificate. I.I, embraced under Certificate No. tif TallahuHnee Kulnttt I him I herein. Thin order to
..ter '"i'lii r"ll.t..r with the 'al Jtre.t. Florida to.wl: Numbered respectively, :1. Florldn. or .1 auch rights >. (iiihllnhed once .a.h week for
1,41. circuit court In and Starke Tat the Maid ) Florida. ,, "\- of SWV. N.c. Twp. 7 S 22 and 69 issued the 7th., day of 10% of NE'i of swt See S and Interest In and said property four connecutlve week In Ikradfordntnty
Lord'I ':oull V. Florida. themime and bu.ln.. |. owned 13. containing 40 Acre, ; No. 253 issued the Twp. i S. H. 22 K., .nhlolnt 10 shall wane and l.rmln.I.. (' Telegraph n newapaperlubllnlted
L '* ) operated parties by the following Interented or lens IH embraced under Certificate AuKu.l.., 13 Augunt. l)21t; No*. 427 acre, more or len, ."hl'acedunder B. %\'. SoHrlmrmmli. Director, In said Hradford County ;

tin11.hfrh Morris : No. 17. .nd 4147 issued the 7th., dny of said Certificate No. 00. State Keveraire Department ofFlorida. Stark., Florida September 11th A .
are engaged and 1. Itaybln. Wet Call 8 "" NE Cor of SEI4 ot July, 1930; No. 499 Invued the 7th., J Acre In NW Cor of NEt of Tallahanvee. Florida. 1). 1941.
.at Street 8 .tllrk. FI. NB'i' being 630 feet N & 8 by 40 day of December 1311; No. 41& In- NWS... 4 Twp. 7 H. K., 8-1S 6t 10-1 (FFlCIAh, SKAI.) A. J. Thoma.
At County Flor. ft.. &ftV See 20 Twp. 7 8. R. ailed the 3rd. day of AUlu.t. 1931; I acre, more or lean, I. i Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford 4
treet.Kra4"; County Florida. ida thin 23rd., day of Sept 1941. f.., containing t acren, more or le 21 No. 200 issued the ., of .onl.lnlnl.mhra. under Certificate No. 607. County, Florida ,1-19! 4t 1010

"> ." l. owned. I.' embrace" under Certificate August, 133-; No. 214 l issued the SEE5 of SWM) of )SUU 1.". 4 Twp. OIII>Kll OK PI Bl.lr\TION AMtOTIIH :

tle .Id)' the following "> NOTICE OP IVTRVTIOV TO 129. 4th.. day of July. 191; and No. 507 7 S. It. 22 K.. ted ,
: ..I..I.fa. FICTITIOlAMK NEt of 8W1 N of ny.. Sec. 19 issued the 2nd. of July. 134 more or Ices, under The state of to: llrury FloriIa.In
partIes fdieOn Avenue.Vgalneai Twp. 7 S. E., containing 38 In office andhas 400. Chancery, Dorothyarver
has filed No.
Noth.. hereby given that the same my C.rlt." n.hl.h. J. D. Ja..b John, (' v W. looter On *
For.t Br.drord Count Flor- und.rOlgn.d.' Under the provision acre, more or less In .mbrac.d made 'application for tax deed I Chn. S of NW Cor of NEVi A. J. IX James
John. .. MO"day. Novemberilrd the
1941. 1(41.
d"Y of Seat. Chapter 20963. Florida, under Certificate No. 3S7.SKU to be issued thereon. of SW1- Hun S 3 ( hn" K 10 IK JOn. .., Jesse N. Jone, ,
Lester whoneealilence
,. wili 1 of See 30 Twp 7 R certificate, reapoctlvely S Chits W 10 Chn. to Aly d.f."d.nt. W. I'av.r.
Ird. Acts of 1941, r'I.f with the NW" Said em.lrace Chn, N halo J. II.t.h. Franklin Jordan, le Uequlred
TO Clerk of the Circuit In and H. 22 K., conlalnln.40 Acre, moreor the following d..l.rl".d prnpertlee beg .. W I A Sec, S Twp. 7 S.H. .. M. :lh'h.U. Franklin Jor. r to .H' : to tlh Menrgla.bill filed

1(1 of' I'IITF"TIO' for Bradrord County. Florida the lean' I .mbra..d under l-3rd., In the County Bradford 22 "1.. ,'onlalnln. 2 a.IO. moreor dan. Jr.. 1&lrh. Mr. l.uvlcy against him This order to
of ( No. Certificate ) .
\ ThKK.rl.y that thegned fictitious name 21. State of Florida, to-wlt : less I. .mbr.c.d Match, Mettle I A. b. publtahed week for four
'I' "mfder. given the provl.lon. 8. K. John. & Son. The assessment said property NEl, See. 34 Twp. e 8. H. 20 K.. No. 357. emorent, I irr.i II. )4Villians, If .nuecutlve w.once k.a Bradford

La of Florida under which we are engaged and under said Certificate No. 137 containing 160 acre, more or less, N2Ac.- of W'. of NRU of 1'ln. and If any of them be dead County Telegraph. a .
It.r 2096. with the doing business at wa In the name of Unknown; The In embraced under Certificate No I 8\V, I Acre NW 1'1 of claiming. Inl.r..t iutdersny In Bradford County.

.II. register Court In and Washington Street. aanen.ment of said property under u. NW. NWV, Sec. S Twp. It. parl..u.h d... .. or Inor itarke. Florid, Hepiember I7it
Circuit Florida the Starke Bedford County Florida. said certificate No. 129 wa In the Vt4ofVL4aorNEt&ElOAof ., containing 5 acres, more or land. hereinafter de- 1941.

E&ferd County. Thai t the said bunlnea to owned name of I.,. O. Thomas; the aSSessment NWt4 Sec. 20 7 8. H. : less, la embraced under certificateNo. ncrlbed and to .I' unknuwn, peraona JFF1CIAU SKAL) A. .2. Thomas

|u, name of and op.r.t.d by the in. of said property under said containing 60 :f" more 0:11.-: 1SS6. claiming any rhlhl. It. or Inl.r..t Clerk Circuit Bradford
and terented : folowlns certificate No. 337 was In the name I I" .,nbr.ced C.rlt'ale The an.e.ament of the .aid property In luiidn; are County CU\rl.. 10-10
w'iuib we are en.aeed Carl pa.t.",larks Fla. of unknown; the assessment nf said 69. under .lld ..rlt.at. No.'II : t.11n Starke. 'Kr.dford County.Fbirldn 'lolld. t

huBlneKH at At iltadrorul County FlorIda property under l-3rd, of said certificate NWt of NEU of SWVi Sec. 14 wa. In the name .. ; and : '
Florida. ft.rk. ., day of Sept 1941. No. 278 was In tue name Twp. 6 H R. 22 K., eonlalnilo 10 aBHeaament of the an 1.1 property II./llnin..d"I..If'' I'd -I'lIM CIHft IT -OI UT. RIOIITIIJl
Bradfoi'd County owned | or Unknown.fnlena acre, more or len. I .mbIDc.d under sail certificate No. SHI was I. of the North line of IIICI II. tllirlir OK fl.OH-
binIneNa I. saId .(' be 263.NK Mack Prlngte Theaanennment list. IV AMI foil UltAIIFOIIItl
i the sUII In. .rlfl.ate" .hAi under Certificate No. In the name of ; Street with the line nr
ettpd bY the following VOTICK OF I'IVTKNTIOV TOHKilSTKU redeemed a"COdlnK I the of NKV: of NK'4 B 60 ot the said property I'al Street In the ,' \.1 tllrk. I ) NTV. ,

,I partlU'lartmann. "'I".I'IOt" N\MK properties: therein It"t be ft of of NBH of NN. 8.". under nald certificate No. Ill was Florida, and run North I IV 4'1\'l'Y:
Box 415.irke Flor- Notice l I. h.r.by that the nld to the highest bidder 22 NWw. K. 22 K.: In t h. name of Unknown; The Knees 42 minute Kant a t 1 feet, Fred Wllllnm, .
Bradtd County. und.rMI.n.d. under the provision Courthouse dunr on the firm Monday more or len, I. embraced under annennment of the .said] property Y thence run Ninth Ill degree* 21)) Plaintiff
23rd. dRY of Sept. 1941. Chapter 209631 Laws of "'Iorldl. In the month of Nov"mb.r. Certificate: No. 417.Lrf under nald certificate No. 303 wa mlnu'.1 IH.11 feet, thencerun v.- No. 1109
j Acts of 1941 register wlh Ih. IIMI.. which In the 3rd., day uf No- >t 4 ot Blk 46. 1.lvlnl.ton. In th. name of Mvlngntnn, TrubyA South 17 degree. 42 mllll., 11101..1 ; .J.nl.
IVTKVTIOV TO Clerk of the Circuit "". and vember. .',. I). 194. Trubv A t'o's Sub Tlvl"lon Co.i The assessment of the saidproperty Went feet to the 1 H<> .
ritE LH OK rltTIIIOlM NAMHin for Bradford County Flurlda. the Dated thin ., day of September of NKU Ken. J S. It. 23TO. under **ld certificate No. r.f I'.31.7" thence run ) ,In. Olll'KU OF SKIIVICW

1 i given that the fictitious name of A. D. 1941.OFFICiAL. ., .n'br."dad.r Cel'Utlcnt V>1 was i In the name (f HII. 72 deirree* 20 minute lOiint aloua" Nun '' 'I'll JI'I' -AU
e h.r..ly the provl.lon.P Trianon Hulldlng & Supply Co. ( SHAD A,t.J. Thoman No. Hrown; Tile anaenament of the the North line of Call Street &2.& TIIW STATW \ J'I.OHIIAI'r" :
I tn.n.ri, un..r Law. of under which we are engaged and Clerk Circuit I Court Bradford 49.I..t 3 of TI I k 4*. Uvlnirntnri.Truby '. property under certificate wo, 21wa feet to I the point of beiclnnlnit. Mildred Shorn. Ide.e.
i" 2O will t'rla. doing business at l'Ilny., State of Florida. A ('0'. Sub Dlvlnlon of NK1.: In the name of Unknown' ; ''h. YOU AM Ii 10 3 AC II OF Vlili: North Carolina. '
I''mi' \' circuit g'.t. 10th and Cherry Streets*, 9-19 f 10-10 of NKV Sec. t* Twp. I 8. U. 22K 1..m.nt. of the .aid Properly Y whether knu\1 or Inkllwn. are It I Is :hereby; ordered that you are :

.r dffi } the Starke Hradford County, Florida. I ., vmbrac.d under certificateNo. under ..rICh.at. Nn. BOO wn lu h"I..hy I IhiH a beenbroiiKht equlred tu appear on the oth ,, C"ml That the vald bl.ln.." I .wne,1 499. the ,, :11. (1. M. 'nl"nl; The .lah..1 you i In the i'In'.ii Pr 0..1..1 A. l>. 1941 I before the
"' name ot narb..r Shop. and operated by following. In. NOTICH OF \.I'I.U' 1 I' 8i' of Sl7'' Sec. 1 Twp. 7 8. annennment the an 1101'111 4'"0 rt of i ",. County t 1'11,111 \\e I I. court to I the hil utouiplalnt
FrIeIl.iM engaged and terented parties: FOU T\X ;I n. 22 K., containing acres mora under cortlflcate Ni., iii)7? I. In Chancery Cites No, I 117, riled aKnlnnt you the .
hk-h we are W. P. VanNeHH. (nalneavllle Fla.. iennte 111 i,,. 1.1:1 or less, la embraced under certificate the r."m. of Simon HanUernon,; ThenHnonnment lLi'g'r l It. Well. and Iturlo \.1. .h"\, entllleil caune; and "Hrnil-
b'iI.tle' '. lt John F. Selle, Fin' NOTICK) IS RUIFX., No. 41ftN'Vn i of the said 11'1'11" a* l'lui Intiifuu, ,niul t II which r",1 County '.el..r..lt.' I I. herebylnnlitniited .,
'Call Itr..I.'rad"r,1' Florida. O.tln."II. Fltir- That I.. A. Imvlu h"II.r .f > of NW'/i ex 12 A In SK Cor under certificate No. 4.0 w.. and each of you and a iso A.)U # : : a* h"II'' .paper In .
County At Iradror,1
I.I owned ., Sept 1941.OTICH Certificate* iii"' respect iv-iy See Twp. 7 S. It. 22 K., contain- the name of Ida $Simmon Theaanennment Alvare anti Annlu Alvwrei, hi* which this order be publl.hednee
1".ln.' In. ) No. 4611 and No. 470 and No 47tiIxniied bit 2 acres, more or less, embraced of I the nald. property wife. M. Kdtvaid and Hull rCil- R week for four ".ecutlve'
[, ra'ed 7th. day nf July A. 1>. 1:.IO; 267 In the :I"W.hi : '
bY under, certificate No. 2KI( under certificate No. waN wsr I wife arni ilefeiidiinta, : w..k"
d 1. 815 % OK IVTKVMON TO No. 248 and Nn. 251 Invited the 4th sill of B'v: of mi of Nf4: of NISViSec. name of Mary" Joiner Th. Bnncnament that the relief .oiixht lu nnld stilt I WITNKBH: my hand ami the seal. 7c
zL IlundV, Jr., .P. O. Box i-:(;iH'-i-it "'I"I'I""Ot' > \ >IH day of July, A. H. 1927, has filed;1 .30'w: I). 7'. n. 22 K., con of tho nnld 1'1"1', undernald lit lu quiet nnd confirm. I plulntlrrx't of thin court At SI.rk. ..I.rhl.
County. Flor. Notice la I l.n that the .om.In my office and tuna made application 1.lnl"K I i B acre, more or less, I I" eett ifi.'ate : ". I I. to saul above dencrlbed Innda ; h 4i i.; 3 i-d d.y| of Sept mUer. .
Itirte1.' Bradford under prnI."t"f.t for tax deed to be issued .) certificate No. 214..vwVi the nf I'nknnwn. an Indefennlble fen .1"1. title,
ji'ii Mrd., dttnot Sept 1941. und.r.lln.d.20963 Law nf Florida thereon. ." Ind.r BL& & ww of w of 'nlme"* saul 1'ltcal. shall lie and to spit a iulish the bnundurleithereof IW 'I'I.r. I'A.. J. Thomas .

of 1941, will 1 register with the> Said certificate, renpat-tlveiy embrace SF.i H.'. 32 Twp. 7 S. It. 22,K., 1 redeemed a..orllt law the ; Hint you are hereby r.. i Clerk ( (". Circuit Court I, '?
K: OK IVTKNTIO'V TO Clerk of the Circuit In and the following descrIbed properties 60 acres, morn or lend, propertle : therein will beBolci iiulred to appear Iperannally t or by Hutu II. Wllnrin t
Ii.Tlf. iT'll: vitri riot MV A M Ki for Hradford County, Florida the In the County ot Drauford l, c.nlalnlnl I. .mb'.c. under certificate No. : to the hlglient bidder I at I th* attorney ) I In mild Court and caiinuon I'I.IIIH'tturn.y.. D-I I 9.a. ., j
.It hereby given that the fictitious name of state nf Florida to-wlt: B07. Court-hnune door on the first Monday October 20, I II'H.t or Ih allegatlonn .
Lot 7 of Blk 1, Livingston TruhyA the saul Month of October IH41which of iilulntirrn.' .
| Jned. under the provl.lon. KaMtern Auto Supply The assessment of property In the sworn Hill of
", Laws of Florida. under which we are engaged and Co'n Addition to Starke In W'., Ibt.r No. t2 In the Oil,., day of Ol'tob.r. Complaint \II be Ink"l .. con.fenned In I'lrcult, Court IraH"d County
inter\\ 20153. with the doing business at ft NK'/4 See 28. Twp: 6 S. R. 22K. wan In the "Alo c.rtfll.\t< WlllmThe A fl. 1941. ., llrndfurd \1"rhl"--I.' I'hnn.ry. U.ul.h Hur .

Jif I I94li Circuit reglnter Court In and 307 Went Call Street, ., In .mbl'ac.d under C.rttkat. anaeanment, of Wlier property tiateitttia__ (rd., day of SrpteinIOFFICIAI. founly '1 rI. r.lh:: la hereby :ilenlar.nil ( v. o Itarttm., On MO'llay. 1
h-lober l l i I ,defendant,
Illli t IB4I. the ,
No. 468.lJ1ck. said certificate No. 0. 1941. ted iiuallfled
Inulfiiid County. Florida the Stnrke, Bradford County, Florida. under the her A. al Y :
I..W-t. oust O. Hnrtfin, renldence I.uiikiiown I. I, I
of That the said business owned 6, 7, 8, 9,3 lots)... Livingston R'l' wa In the name of Cnknown; SKAI.) A. J. Thorn paper a ..I'lr* 1.lh'l wuonit
1 uo name Truby & to C: o u t HradfordCounty. publtnned four I ie ruililrril| I tu appear luh ft
.._ u.'v. h"nD". and by the following Interested Aclton The assessment of I the .hl properly Clerk Circuit I one* w..k for
';hlih; ', ari' .engaged andbunijiess op.rRI.,1 parties: "Iak. In W<4 of N. '. \\' under paid certlflcnttt No. 2li3 Floilda.: -0-5 4t 11-28 i"miNec'IuI' lye .w..kl prior to said bill filed agalnnl. hll ".r.ln.
atV S. St. John Fla 68. R. 22 !r:.. I la embraced under was In the name of I1. ".rkor return day, I'hl is order to ., pIII.h. once a
Vln..nt illl'k. week for week In
Bradford Florida certificate No. 470. The annenament. of saul Uradford. County, VMtneaa nvv bund nnd offl.-lnl seal flur rnn".clilv.
BradVorTC&nty., Florida. At, "t.rk.. ., da of Sept. Hlock. 20 21, 23, (35 lots). Llv- under said ..rtrl.al. No. property 427 wan Florida.In Circuit-! In Court Chancery. H'1*" I., at Stark, Bradford t..lnly. "" "1. Iradfoid 1 County pulillnhvd I:I:: In.1.nald I.Hradurd anewnpnper -
194. Co', to ida., thl
Inifnton Truby
mid bunlneKH I ownedpIateIi Ad.llh. In the name Allniun; Theunnennmenl Charles, Lee On Monday, 1..1..1.1' 1. 1941 I.I I. ,
t Ih. the following. In- Starke InV" of NK', 2K of nald property under I.ee, VI. I the) u )"' J. Tllomun.Cleik Ciiuiity; Mtarke Flurlta. I.pt
by "OTU'1 OF I\THTIONTO Twp. 8 22 E.. In embraced said certificate No. 4<))7 WIIB In the Cl'l"h.r 1th.whonn 1941. residence d.f..dlli.I* un- I of i Circuit, "'1..1. Iliadfurd 4 i911
.ii partieMna : > *>IK under certificate No. 478. Co. Chnrlea f. County, Floilda.KnlKht (U..lt\IAI. SHAI) A. J. Thorn.),
P. O. Box 201. ..I..I.I.lot' mime of I.lvll".lon. ; reijulred to to
Sld. Notice I* her.ly 1".n that the hilt I 21)! ex lot 14 Peeks Addition The Truby'property k Iown. I. him al'I".r 1 KnlKht.Attorney Circuit Court, lliadfurdCounty
'.al". Bradford County. Florhii .und"r"lln.d. .nd.r prnvlidon to Starke, In NW'i of NW'4' N of Ind.r 1..nt ..ur..t.. ..No. 4911 th* bil rl,1 agalnnt be pulillnhed, .once. for l'hlntt.i .1"I'hl". 8-6 t D-24
of Florida, 28 4 S. U. 22 K., .. Ibis ..1.1 "
21r4.dayof Sept. 1941.elitE 209.r $ : 9th St, Sec. Twp. In the name Joa. Urnnt; for four connecutlv 1.11 At 10-17
-' Acts of 1941 will 1 register with the In embra.d under c.rtf..te No The .....MI.nt of the property .R'h. "In County Tele.graph In circuit Court liradford County
Clerk or the Circuit Court In 246. 411 Ira.loTI
In.1for unI.r .Id certificate No. publlnlied In i I In ChanceryKatelle
TO Bradford Florida Lot 2, 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, R, 9, 10, of Inca I'nl- i a newspaPer iv TIIH imciir lilt fir nutiiFOIIIt Florida ; f
OF IVTKVTIOV County) was In the lame Ivey said Hradford I County., Starke, Florida. isis N'I'Y Kl.Olllllt. IV Inhnnon -. Charlen I,. .tohnnon, I.IM'MI. : FIC'IITIOtSAMK flctltlou name of 12, 13, 14 of Hil 34-Peek* Addition lard: The anne.nment nf the Mid September Ii II, 1!>41. I II tVCIONl.Janle : Monday Oth., 1H4I the da.
lire, In l hereby given that the Tic. Toe Tap and Dellc.t"M..n. to Starke NW'i' of NW'< N Property under said certificate No. iIIcFICIA I., SKAI.) A. J. Thoman.Clerk : K fendiinl 1. I'hnrl...101.1 C. Jiihitnnn, whunerenulencn
kogned. tinder the provision.fiapter under which we are engaged of 9th St., Sec. 28 Twp. 6 8. II. 22 200 wa. In the name of ine. IvevPollard Circuit 1 Court Itralur'County 1 "I'k."n. I I" I..rtm..t.

\ 20953 Law. of Florida. doing business at K. In embraced under certificateNo. : The anitennment of the said FlurMa.' 1.1 4 8-2 .v..1..lnIH. Columbu i *, "I.I'.aln'lr I 5 tHu''u I"
I of 1941 I, will reglnter, with the 118 East Call Street, 251.The property under said certificate No. 1..* IU.k."n. to I the ugalnnt him
1 of the Circuit Court In andHraMord Starke. Bradford County, Florida. assessment of the said property 214 was In the name of I'nknown; Muul. I lefendant.OIIDKU 1'1".1' This > be publlnhedonce
County Florida. the That the said business owned :;il..r7al certificate: ; No. 46K. The assessment of the said property IV CIHCI IT COI. IIT. ":" '"' OF ANn a, week tl'.r f.r four onouitva
TOUR' name of and operated by the following interested 470 wa In the name of uncl.r said c.rlr..I. No. 507 'I'II I.,,4 IIK t IT OF KI.OHll NCITICI'i:I.I'I..ATI' :(It week In Hradford County, Teiegrapit .

rke Auto l'arte. parties: C. Jj, Peek; and the a".n.nt of was In the name Dover. )IU'I'. .8"I "'01 HlltUFOHIIve TMM HTATW F FLolllHAt 1 Tn a newspaper uibllhd. In
which we are engaged and Al Lnxoff. Stark Fla. the said property under ..Id rer.tiflcates t'Olt'ss said certificate .h.1 beredeemed ('OI'I'V. Lee 1.lrk."n. wh,'* renl-. Nil iii liradford "''"IIY. Starke, 1"ioriui,4 1
,' bunlnenn at A. Schneider. Starke. Fla. No. 248 and KM wa. ani- according to the 4.il6I'iiY \1"I Is Camp llrnug, N. C. September 41, h. > .
Court Street, At Stacks, Hrldror" County Flor. eased In the name of C. I.. I J. 1 property described I therein "II he Mary Keogh I >.k.. .. i It In hereby
.., Krudford, County, Florida. ida this 23rd., dnn f Sept. 1941.OTICH Peck beredeemed soil to the highest bidder .t theciiurthoune I'laintiff ar* reiiiilreil, to apiiwnr on Movetu Clerk Circuit I Court, llr.iilfoniCounty
fat the Kald bunlnen. I. owned (I'nlen Maid certificate "al, the I door on the first Mun- 1410 her Ird A. U.1 IH4I I before: the abnve : Florida., 8.1 4 V-2

|."f.rated by the following In- OF IVTKVTIOV TOHKUISTKIl described according therein; to will beMold .)av In I the month or O.tub.l. 1941, Oeorge Nelson l.r.kl.p.r.n..nl ."UII..I I "UUI.t to the hil i I of iMiniplalntfiled I -
> property which In the 6th day October
t Ed |)artlen: Nm bidder at thecourthouna ngalnat h. .b.v. entitled In Circuit Court. Hradford I II'
O. Box .333. FI..I.I.IOl I to the hllh..t A. n. 11141. OHP SKIIVICKNOTICK )01 i llradford .
T F. P. i I 'Hiinei 1 t'ounty I .
Chauvery.Mnry t
Iool"y. that the the first Monday 0 n I Y.
Notice In h.r.hy lv.n Dated thl" 3rd, day of September. TO AI'I'ItTIN :: hereby dnnl.natnd 11.'ld-ln
the the month of October. 1H4I, a. Ityrn** v*. ; j', i'of
provisions In A. I 1941.IOFFICIAI. "llh 11.lnlrr.
Ntarke )
Flor- ; .
Brndford County, und.r"lKn..1."d.r S'TATH 0. FIHI'- the i II"y ( I I newnpaper\ In
of Sept. 1941.0TitI LawI of Florida which IH the 6th day of October I. SKAM A. J. Thoma llenrge '. I'ak. .* I, .lrl. be publlnheionce Ktaiikllii ''Htl 1 .
| 23rd.
'hlo day .1.1 llth of Dcttilier -
the 1.1 in Mutiday
D. ,
Act of 1941. will register A. 194. Clerk of circuit Court of liradford renldence I I. unknown. a week ('" .th
I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and 3rd, day of September County Florida. 9-6 026Mtrict3 H I is hereby ordered that you are Week rII "a.'Hlv. IIMI, defeiuUret. Franklin ilt
: OF INTKVTIOxOrO'Kit for Bradford County, Florida the A. D. 1941.OKK1CIAL 4 required' lu; appear oi Hie 0th day Willie hand and the neal oIhlHCi.uit Arthur Kmllh, I I. reiiulred to appear I ,
.'(..-. ; "''ITI'10l8 >AMH I fictitious name of ( SEAL) A. J. Thoman. (.r I October A. I' 1941 before, the my at Stnike, Florida, Ihl17th i to i'i' 11 filed against himhei'ellt

.'re I I.' h.r.ly Ilv..n that the.lgl.I. Jerry'n Clerk of elrcli Court of Bradford U"'I.'IO' above entitled c..rt. 10 the hi ofmimplalnt dny of ) H I 111 I I ii. ''hl. to-' be pull.h.. .
and 9-C 920NO'IKK ni the 'II..1"1. : : unue week for four
provlHlon we" are County, } filed against ynu co."lv.
under whlUi 4 FOII t : : KiKFK'i.M : 'i'lu'its,, : '
iuif 20 !i3j Lawn of J Iorlirit, dntneri hu.l.,>,n* lU ..engaret I of mi, will"reglnter with the Call Pfieet, 1\F.N.! I is herebydesignated tlh'M a newspaper IIlbl.,1
: County
131 %I'ri.i'tIIO'JPOut NOTICK 1< HK11KHY: ford Tel'tl''Ih' In ('ollly.t I"loriul ii.II. nnlil forul I'on it:t y.IIVI.'iIAI. .
k nf the Circuit Court. In and 8tarke, County Florlla. That W. S hulder of TaxCertificates a !). K. I'orryiininAtlurney
1'1'1' : HII.y. HHAI.i A. J, Thomas,
I Bradoe County. Florida the That hu.lne. I. IIU rentier live ly ulib-li Ihl. order shall b. pu.l.h..1.n" fur rialnllff. 10-1 ( .
"I..e 8.11 Court.KtaikH
f ('lerk| (
I' of the Interented lllll '. ) .. fur four
liy' Market, and operated by*: tolowlng NOTICK 4..1.! 1: IIKKKIIY O1VRN. 13.14.) 1t al", AI'11..d I i. 1936 the,7th hits, week" "a. ,. AtiHlint .in, 1IHI. -

fr whlrli we are engaged and SpernH ChrlxtoduJou 411 Nona That A. U. 1'rency holder of Tax filed "I."I.r nffli-e and has : my hand .n,1 the neal l\ 'r.N I 11'11'1' t 01 IIT. tIUlrl: D4 t-I))
name WI'I'NI'I .
Inntied, the 7th Florida, I I I'r .
< bunlnenn at Street, Starke, Fla. Certificate appllcullon for tax deed to of .ourt at 4'111 .. ni.
; tinuthValnit ftree. Nick Alexander, 411 Nona Street, day of August A. D. 1941 has filed be made issued threonSaid 'title 3rd day of N"II."be. A, l I. hi) L. '1"% .A I"UI '...UII IX 'I'III) t 111 IT C''t> rilT OKIlll
he, i iut name In my office nnd ban nutiieappli'ation certlfltati-x renpectlvely embrace 1941. I 01 \ I V.i IIK( DILI'S KI.IMIIII %l
Jli t II'aclro,1 hualnenn, IH owned StAt"starkS. Bradford County. Florida for a tax deedt to be I the following d..rlb.e proper (OFFICIAL. Nf1A f.) A. .1. Thoma > < ii \t IHVHetty : l\ 4 II tM 1:141: .

I onerated hy the following; Inlltil I thl. 23rd. daY of bept. 1941. issued thereon. Said certificateembrace le* In the ('", 11..More. Clerk of the Circuit (Court. 11"1.l'l.h.llf. K' U. JiiNKH, ; >'ipigte I J. C JONIOH
parties: the following describeiproperty State of Florida, : John J. Ilendernon. l7sq.l'ialu4iffs I and CottA II .loNKH, hi. wife,
Jr' H Sal'', Starke, Fla. TO In th."nIY nf N'i'\ of NW'-4' of I.-wl Sue Attorney, I-I It -: -vn- No Mil I II i'lalntlffn i i ,
I Starke! Hrmlford County, Flor- %N-OTI4H OK 1'1'1'10': > t "> ferd. Itat. of Florida, to-wlt: 8 *S. R. 22 K, ::.',n :1n 'fll *. I K. J. Futmwr, -V- CASU NO, 1300. ''I

IhliMrd., day nf Sept. 1941. IIK:(il IKU: hereby FM'TITIOl given' that the 8E'. NK'i' Section 33 Township more or I.... I.. '.. ," i In Circuit Court flr.I,1 I llefendilllt.nilllKU: Ob'I. HKHVII'l.lNOTICK : W, C JoNI,;$. el a I..
Notice 20 ; con- ,
6 Knnire Eant. I llefemlikntl
undersigned under the prnvlnlims In"th. or le... Certificate No. 10.N''J 2 County, Fionida.n: !: ( n.rt. i: Til t AIM'KAU: NI h'iIc'l't OK I'AHTITIOV MA t.l'T '
0'i.iI: I\TR\TIOV TO IMW of talnlng ". more of NK'i:' I.} 14cc. Samuel Joel*. Plaintiff I I u I jut The lh' KI.IIHIHATo
of Chapter 20161: 'lnrlla. The assessment of the said property S II. 22 trn:.. containing. 20 acres, I. I>in M.- l'I'ATI Notice In b Tnliy given fiat thati
1.,1.:1&"I I 10 FI'TITIOI'It that MAMH therEigned At. of 1941 the, wl r"ll.t.r wih. .nd under the said c..rllr..I. l is.tie4 more or lees. IH ,.mlrl",1 under I"htk, the J..I.nth day.r.n"I.nf o"I..r. / 1941.I I Cnknown.!:. ",.,, whu.. r..I'I.n.' flue rid..i ii ed onillil iss itatiers will i i I set ll I
Clerk of to the highest
the wan In the name Elzl Certificate No 104.WI' ; defendant, Lee tje Joel is. at imlillu Huctlrin,
I Florida, It I I bat
the provisionshater the urreipilred
County. hereby you
Bradford 01.1"1..1 the
Ind..r cash at
for or NI':". lt SW.J nf NW'4Set' I. unknown. I and liet bidder fur ,
: lo w" of Florida name of 'VI."n. F"t. be whiiMK r..ldel'e 1' I In .,1'.1' 'o the f.I. tlu, Court louse I Htaike.Klorldu .
: it
It. 22 I' containing bill I'tiunry
or will, f.ttou. and Dress ) c.rtrlcat. .hal II Twp. 8 1. I to the of November A. I ,. Ihabove .
l 1341. register wih Beauty Salon .. the S acre, more or .lea, I I" quulreti:: :il" agaltmt her I'I' I' IY4 i ilurlnir the legal hours nfnale
redeemed lOt :
K tif andRradfcrd : entltlil court, I tie.
the a..r.ln" liyorcs ncomplaint
Circuit Court,
| be ,. hil Orlvlier th, 1941,
Shop and I therein wil embraced ii",.l-r PertlflrHte I N' 166.SWt to > tints mi Mohdny,
I County) Florida, the under which we are engaged property de..rl".1 bidder the 8W', of sViI4ft'' 12 Thl. .four 1. p"ll.h.,1 fl.,1 gii i nut you I the the lluwlnK prenuisee, a* on* tract, i
I'li.un old to the week for w..k. above i I and "itral full'uinttt
name of at h..h..t M.fI .nl I. ;
.rk doing business courthotine the flr.t M"- Twp 8 I U, 22 Ii.. containing 10acre Mrndford County Telegraph a. I "u..r'IN denlicnuted tu-wlt:
Theatre ('all Street. 1941 Isas l I. enbracelunder ; \ : '. h..by 1'omtitnnce, at Utiiftrter Section
month of Octob.r. *, more nr published In ,
Florida the .fi
r which are engaged and Sta rite Brad ford Coti 0 tY. day In Nn. 169. paper .NN the iivwnpuper. I. Which Corner nil last lltiuridary of Sen.
C I is owned which I. the 6th day of Certificate ('ttuniy. I Ihl. ", nhall I I be publlnhed i i .
out "
bUllne. at Tha{ the said bunlnean I The assessment of I the ald property SEAL) A. J. Th street. and operated by the following interested "Vmted of under nald oei-tlfkale No. 161wa iOl"i"IlAf. a week f.r 4 "0"1, w..k.. North liii ft. thence run Soot Ii II
F It.. County Florida. thl. 27lh day AUKu.t.FJJ Clerk f'Ir'ul 4..Irf. the nenof minute Went 41141 ft., In''
'Rlod parties: In the name of U. Wack.r. 3 1941.' WITNIMIn Iln.1 deKree 40
nat Starke. at
bunlnenii I. owned W. H. Mund. Jr.. the ." a1.rk. .I.rk. 11"111. point of liru innlnir. thence run
operated by the following In. Mn. (?) r. SEAL A. /. Thom." man; The uiler annennment saul No. 941 .2 I his Ut h., day of ... .",. I' Mouth II ileitreen 44 minute west
'led parties: F1At Bradford County Florida Court J .nr property c.rlllat. IIMI.IOKFICIAI.. thence North 67t ft..
I.rk Harden 141 ft., run
1'. -j. Carnanlnn. Corner Jef.r.and ftlrk. .. day of Iept. 194. County Florida. -.% 4 D-n 164 was* Sons In II. name nnnennment.of the In ('h'(11 Court Ur..lf"r,1 County, SISAL) A. .1. Thoma. thence run WCsL 710 ft., thence run
( Clerk of the Coint.,
| Temple Chancery nilniilen Last
Streets said under .aid : .t ; l'I'"ult Mouth 1 d wre .10
f n 0 K. strato*. 316 North Church TO OTirVi OF AP'I.lrtTlO'd3tilt properly In the 1'.rlrle.I.No. I. ; v*. John N. Appernnn. ImMonday A. I'. "t.fnll'I.lnltf' B7J: ft., theiit'n run taet 5113 ft,
% 160 wu
"t, IInrk. Fla. TOTleF DI' 1'"TIO't"II, '1' U"U Knller and the nnnennment fi. the the (llh day nf. October.. Attorney 0-10 4 10.19 than.-. run Hiiuth 204.a ft, to right
Bradford County, Flor- 1ti.e.lSTElI P'l'I'l'IlOi I that the (senaic "i.. 10:) ; n.ld certificateNo. 1911, the defendant. John N. A p.nernon. I way of State MlKhway IX, thenue,
this 23rd. Notice I" herd ))' given 111 (IIVF. '., said properly under renldence I In Vt. ..
day of 1941.'nTit'i whoa 60dewine. II minute
Sept prnvlnlon., | : In the name of J. run North
und..IKn.l. under_ _he..._ ._. "n..t., NO'rl' 11. 1.Jt.fr. of Tas 169 *wan 14.ns. 1 ; (I. Me.de, !Maryland I I. re- IM 'n' i IIIItir "fll 1'.1'11'11: I0at. along .aid Stale Highway 14,
Harden .11
iti. I Jill
zo"5.i. i.Wf nl"y lsutie'I the 7Ih.. her..em.d 1"011'la to I the Mil fl.lh..ln ] UI ft I" nf bewllinlUK, be
Chopl.r 1 with theClerk So. 2r. anld .- appear 114 ft point
wiii register "'ertificrife irnle .rlrl..I. .h.l III IV KOII Iiltil"ISIipI
: n. TO of 1941 and Tax herxln. 'I ,
I'IITF'TIO' Acts In and July ,\. I. 130 '. the mtntiinr him 'rhl. Ing In SK'i;' of NM't nf abl Pies
Court ai 01 M
td.iwrIa; ..J "M of the Circuit Florida, the laY I'ertifi'ate No. 1..e.1 the 7th.. deicrlbrd therein .wil be order to be lt3iliah'ii for four con.necutlve v.IV and containing, I ll.SD acr.s, more orI

r[-ruIg4',"' in l,hereby given the provl.lon.naiiter that the. for Bralor" County ofunder dRY of August. t. has fl..1 nppit..am. unlit property. to the highest bld..r.t thecourthouss week In t.lord (.'nutityTelegraph fltroiid, (1'.IYf'ora I***; anil, iCommence
Inl.r and has Monday a I : Section
door on
office I at junrter
u .r 209531 I.w. of Florida. A ,A ('ate.we are engaged anddolnar ,In'aUon my for us tax ,I..r 10 be )seipIthereon. In the month' of October,. 14. In; said hradford Count. Starke, -l'I.lntrn I \ 1113Jamen Corner vn Kant boundary of Sec. 9

'k t "I1' (' r..I.t.r with In andP. theII'1' business whl.h at Said ..rtilell.. embracethe In which Ine 6th day of (" FlorldH, September, 4, A.1941.OFFICIAL J. Thome I.Htrruul.. 32, Twp. 41 H., It. 22 K.. and run
lr"I..rl "
( North Iii l ft.. I Ihenc rimilhH'J
following A. U. 1941. liefendaiit.OIIDKIt I Ibenue I
I,ls nero"r'1 Co.nty. Florida. the Ill Thompson flralforti flr"et. .'Iorl.a. the Couny (.f.Itrailford.State, of 'tia'ted this 1.d. day of September r-lerk Circuit Court 941, HradfordCounty. 11.20 : OF SKItVICMNOTICK : ,ileirree 4l> mlnul" Went 311 .4 ft.

.d ir of Strk. said business la own.,1 'Iorld". to-wit: A..f). 1911 Florida. TO AI'I-KAK: l,, lUht ot way nf Stale highway
wh Heauty Salon.b the bv- the following In"i5riV"B.tlSll ;". or NW' itt alt W'9 .f NW\ (OFFICIAL I SKAL.: 1 )\\"urt'olr I The wrA'rsisp' KI.OIIIDA 1.1, thence, run South 60 degree 24
I '), h ,.*** are engaged and) and operated : :1' N.cll.n II Township flerk of l'fr.'UIt iT.' |% THH 4til't ...( 01 III'. HJlllKltl. :IHI'rl '.. lames F Hlroui whoa renlditnc minute Weut, stung nald night of

\, ah street.at ? on. P. O. Box 252. F. h.f\.r n--I *.I. embraced County Florida ..B4t; ('11 I I'r .. 1.... In 11 U..nw..i. Avenue, At- way uf State Highway 1.1. IHJl.l

"'. "THifordi, 100 Acres more "I 1-n --. lilt. 1' M 01' IIUI.'UII hints. 1."r.I.. ft, thence run Smith 3 degree. 64
County, Florida. Starke. Fl" r- t'rrttffrate ". V. ii I ordered hat are minute Kaet *47 6 fl them South
< unier < 01 % I h.r. you
>n keBradford o.nly.liT1 Set'. I
OIEI' aid! bunlnenii I.I owned At I.I of Sept. rot 1 J.JIC. : City VOTKI-: OF i pl'l.tC 'TitI V I ('1, \< lilY: required' I. appenr Uf the 3'.d.' l ilny 70 d-iiree 11 mlnul*. Eicst 1211.
,. d Parties.| by the following int Ida. thl. 210.. cay 92 Twp. i/ C.Sl"r."I:: : I. embracedunder Foil 'tt HKF.HIMennle : Iiavl'* TI.d"I. of November A. |I' 1(41 h.r.r. the ft, lu right ut way of S, A. Utlallrouil

A. : lllll > hid r.ucl. abnv entllleil to the bill ofnomiilntnt Ihenre Nr.ith II degree
.itaIk.' Ha'Im.nn. Starke. FIR. In Circuit Court. Bradford (.nnl".. The assessment .f -"ld property NOTICK IK IIEHKHY.: HIVKN -v..I'lal.tt. No KtlAnnel fl..1.against.1.1. you In t the 46 ,mlriule Bait .It.ng nald rn.llrond -

Fn'lord County Flor- ?loida.-lfl ('hanrery. t1.la unl.r the said certificate JrS That U O. Powell holder ,.f Tax L. Tlndale, Mbuve .: and right of way IIS1.7 ft., Ihmiee
11 2lrd ) Sept. 1041. v. n. Mon.. 21 issuetl: "-" .In the nanid of Nut. 'ihered ..renpertlyely, Fx-fendant. County.Tel"Kraih"cal. In, ."lr..I".d run, South K!> degree 2* mlnut
R.r) 1ue.ne. 1941. the d.r.nd.'anl. E. ; a the a..m.nt (.rUt.al., the 7th day "F HKRVICH' ii.ted .* lh<* newapnper In whl. Went 353.7 feet lu pulnt of begin
,.0TIrp' ITRTlOV day. 1tig5fle.lob.r O. Berry of Jack.on. said property under .111 '.rl-' 1910; .No.. 3HI 1 innued th. Ilh. ilay flt':1, Tt AI'I'AI this
'.. ..,.tn; nl TO ville, Florida who 1:0 alleged serviceof to Irate Nn. 1 f' was In th m of September 1933; No. Tin STATK OK- "'I..II'A.: I a week r.. .".*<'iitve, w..k. ami Idtngn Hforeemlil, and *xr pllfiKtherefrom
I I. .'U-rTIOI'" A.1 oneealing himself that b.r.d..m.d 12K issued the 2nd day To Annel f. T..I.. .* realdence WITStll my hand anil Ih. ...1 the following: (list cx-
"., 15".d. Under tlv.n cannot be had upon him bill Jnknown.I'nl..e said certificate. ,".1 the 1934;: No. 101 issued the lhordl""I!# I I. I .f Ihl. c.,,,& at Florlibt' cepiim| > Heir at UK rnr. nf MW', of
hpl. provisions pro..1 required 10 appear to the This ... rthj-wi,, be.oii 1929. No. 492 l It hereby ordernd that you are ', Ihl; I7lh., dny uf N'.rk.t"I A, SK> of NPlt's nf mid Se< 32 ansi
of Florida I. A..I.
2095 Lw. filed & him her.ln. property d.lh.,1 7th 1030: NO.III -- required to appear .n the Hth day run Wet to rlxhl nf way of Slate
'k .r 194' ( with the order to against b. published once a w..k. 10 the highest bidier .t the sued datheOf4tIYI.. of July 1927; of October A. 1. 14 before theabove lOFiriCIAf. IFAr.) A. I. ''bon.*, Highway IH, Ihdice In a North
lr'lfo"l 'Ir.u't Courtin and 'I four .. In Bradford I II courthouse door on the tint !. No. 600 liaueil the 7th.. day of July, entitled c bill ofcomplaint ('t.rl of Hi Court.A easterly dlrectlnn along nald right
l"l, name Co.nty. FlorIda. th. for County Telegraph a n.'e1paper day In the month of October. 14 ia0; N<>. 607 l.u.I the 7ltl day filed aicufnnt: :,,: In the I'..n.t. of way 559 ft. to the point where
,Iii[ ., of publihed I in saici Bradford I. the .th day of .. of July 1 30.; N. 1.0 I.u..i the above .nll.I' cause: al" "Hrad Flalntlff At.rn"y. 1.\! 10-10 Maid right nf way crnnne* the Kant;
Military Distributor. I 4th. th 4 > '
I lr Wh Starke Florida l.pt Ird nf August > ford .",. I. herebyiesignst.iI line of ald SW 4 nf KKLj of NM14.
'h) we are and County. "ated day of Septem- day 9 : In ft to point
e bi* in" engaged this Jrd., Issued the 2nd day >{ "t.l the newspaper thence run South 344
'* e at l9si.OFFICIAL SFAL) A. J. Thomas .. 1920 and No. issued l th which this order shall be publlnhednnce IV 1.1 "IU'II'r C''I I'r.'1':111'1: of beg.! and also haul xceptlnn)
'ke u' i'r."I. ( Clerk Circuit Court nradrodCounty. iSs"r. iEAL) A. J. Thom. day ;of I* 19.. filed a week for fuur e.n..eui"* .I UII'I., 4'IU'II'r bat hart of following land* lying
'hat lirailfnrdi' County, Florida. Florl4a. 9.5 H 9-2 Court "f Bradford i r Au. d has mad applicationfor I I' % MH4IIKOHII West of nald State Highway 11. to-
H ", Ih. '*ld bu.lnenn I* owned County, Florida '-S t 321dOTEIi my deed to be Issued thereon. "wiTNKSS my hand and the neal v ry. WIt: lleg, at .NW cor. nf W4 of
reratea hv the following in'te4 nnUFOnU Said tax certificate renpectlvely embrace of this .nurt at Htarke. Florida, iv rnt '( .:"Y NK*. of HK<.t of .aid See. *2.
parties. (OtT1' A. I'. 11.0 U'Alennandro, them,,-. South I4U yd*., thence
I'd ClnCTIT (: Of ,prl.U''TIO.FOI the following described properties thl 3rd day of September flalntlff.va .
ran .
rk.tt Fla.Cohen. 13 Call Street COI''IITY. FI.onllI" I. T" Itr1: In the County of Bradford, _L --N. 14JKocci run Ka.t 106 y<)*.. thence run Norm
Msrk,. '1'. B. ) of : UI"FICIAL SEAL) A. J. 'inninanClerk IH> yd*.. hence run Went 10$ yd*,
dford County, Flor2Jrd. PI.lntff. v. < .. 111 Stale VI.rlda. to.wl SB CorAr Court > Alenandro, to point of beg.l and also (Ird cx.
Marietta Circuit
i'" E.el. ".", the ...,' ntVFN. of NW_ :> .6 of the Defendant.OHDKK ,
day of 1>41. ) NOT"E .W. .11 at point Ill ft.
Heg. a
Spt. Ezeil. th._ .. of TaxCertificate In cor nee. Twp. John J. Hendereon. E.. reptlnn)
.--- day of October. O.whose. re.ideuce u p.ckh.mol.r the 7th H. 22 IW containing 1> acre, Flalntlff. Attorney. 4'.2 UFNOTU'H SEftVII'lO North of HB cop. of NK. nt HE(4
'1'. B. No. Z0. I..u.. R J. TO Aft'KAIt nf ald Sec. 22 and run North I
r,>' fF IVTF.VTIOV TO D.f.ndant. Carolifla I. day 0' August A_ 133. has .. or .*, I. embraced un.e The MTATK 0\ FIJIUATo | decree 4i mlnul Went along s.c.
['untie., VFICTITIOI'a S VAMK Ch..ne.to to the bill ofcomplaint same In my office and ha. Certificate No. 394. TO WHOM IT lilY ( O'EIt. KOCCO IJAI..ndro. Whoseresidence llon line SI* ft., thence run Weal
hereby given that the required him hereIn for a tax deed 10 be 495 ft K W by 110 THAT one I I.
4"tfle4! filed 24 A being TAKK NOTiCE lUl J Jfhevrolet Unl n.wn. ISO ft., thence run South 494 ft .
ra Pt.r under'' the provisions i order a..ln.t. publishedonce 'applc.ton. Said certificateembraces ft wide lying along H F lines Coach Kim Ine -46. It I. hereby .r.d that you are thence run South II degree 4
'a A. *9lS3. Laws of Florida This for four coflseu i the foliowing described. being In S. of Blk 2 If BIn 71491, bearing itll Tag ":-2 required' to appear day mInutes Kant 4H.1S ft. to point of
:r_ or!4.Ii, register wih each kej' Bradford CountyTelegraph. property In the Count y of Bradford Temple Sub (jie. See. I Twp.I with an appraised value less of November A. O. O.ftr.r. the beg; and also 14th exception ) Beg

Clr..lt and I (lye .. pnblihdin I tt.t. of Florida; to-wit. : I H. 22 1, containing acres. than ".000, wa. .elsed.ln :.->' above entitled of el a point 111 ft. North of HW cor.nf .
flrradr"'d Conty FlorIda the Brsdford County. Florida.FiOridS i w" 2Twp7 more or le. I. embraced under County Florida, July 31, nu. for complaint flIed .I NW'4' of SW of .aid His. 13. '
of said ard aV SontalJlng 20 Acre. JU.I violation of Section above entitled : r.1r :.
Septemb.r 22 ( .rtiflcat. No. being used In cause; f : a nil iiu> J* *nee Jvu/vUi I learee <*
t'dto'd hardware Co.. Strk. more or Ie".. A In In Cor of 1W4 of NW'4be'teg 2. Chapter 1201 Laws of FWrlda, County Telegnab i M sts.Me. 'West ,Sg"PEue5 Itess

""., busines" ... are engaged a,4 (OFP'IC1At. SEAt.) coit.3. Thomas. The .....m."t. ff the said .prop.eay t_ .aN.f N & H by. U..f E.. lt.>, jtndkkat ,It' Ithe bet.athan.< ",.el .. >Mk .sewusp.p-11 41* (L.'themeie ran &a.it M4 111. 'to
at Directorthe
nil i Clerk C I r e u I t t...f. w -'T.I" I e f K. W. .ar..h. mi winterihall Ise pnhHirtied .nc. center uf II. H. track, thence South
-U .. Icmbraeed artment of ,
n i
-P'kirMa. .. .1 t a I State )1..1. e a -weeli for 4 e weeks. erly along center of Mid track ill
's I :.? W. .. 01. -. e be under S-rd.. of Certlfl'tot Plo.lda Tal.ha. .., Florid. to Mil : WITNESS cona..ut.ha.d Ind the seal ft. thence North II degree 41
I Me ta .. said certificate *". the ab. described at of this c"u.l.t .. Florida. minute. Went SO ft. to point of
let" follovieg Or ArLICATXO'dFOR according to taw the 4 if'Blk 11. tlrlng.ton.. eale In of the Court thl. 17th. day of Meplember ,
te redeemed public ( A D beg less It. K. right of wayt all
I Jtartie. iOT' TAX DEED. described therein .11 b Truby Co' Hub Div of Ni'. ., Houne at fllarke.: Florida at 10:00: U41. Itual* In Bradford County, Florid*, 1''
ti : ''".1.: stark.. Pie. (...al. Bill 'd.. 1" pr".tJ tl. highest. bidder NEU Heo. II Twp. I I. R. 22 E., A. M. on October 21 "4I. (JOFFIClAt. IFAL) A. I. Thomas. under and In aceordanr with) tke
Ihar. Br.dford Flor- 1. IIPRSBY GIVEJ on (be first Wen. under Certificate No. Department of (
County, NOTICE courthou. door. I I. embraced Tb. State leverage Court decree of sale entered In the above 31
I.d. day of Sept. 19411. .. THAT. Poets' 8hl Smith of las Certificatee day In the ot October, U41. Florida .. the ricbt to reject Waybrlght Waybrlght1'la.Intlff. styled reuse by Judge H. 1. Be-

Anne Smith bolde.respeCtIVelY lit which 1. the 4th day cf Olob.. 12.E'i of Blk 40. U.I".to Truby any and all bid Attorney. .n I tl-1 bring on Meet. IT. 1941.J .
0Cp! Numberid NB'4 ofdt(4 All claiming any right or W. Andrew Jr.
OP l'd'rpTIo.( TO of July. I"S; cf SeptemfoWlCIAl. Sub lllon of persons ,
W"'I'T" rICITIOV. MAMB ..ue the 7th.. day 6th.. daY of August "ated this *rd. day ? Dee. K Twp. 6 B. R. 21 K.. Internal In or to said I property or In Circuit CountyFlorida. H. K. Tucks?.

'Itened. J .. thai the 1 ( I..ue; the 337 issued th. 4Ih., sEAL) A.I. TB.m embraced under Certificate No."com. .fr.raf thereof and ere to hereby make .uch r.- Colrfl 1."f"rd. Race L A. Cavtva.CommUl nr
of No. BradfordCounty. t-ll It 10-11
Under the pevtslonl and j.Dd < app.r King Stanley F. King. On
411w; '*II.. Uln wtiL. Lawe of "lorda''day 375 of.July' t '.2 1th.. da) of July.of. Clerk of. Florida.Circuit Court '-* n '.U at a Pi >1H Can W of ECor clim. .lbln tI.I, (33) day from *.

f14. 'r* ". "V < flied II lY
tl. Circuit Court, la a.d 11'; ama,1


SEP 261941 -

u, U ___ ___U _un n '____ __ ___ SEI"TE\tn.a.: :--- ....
20963 La", of Florida
of Chapter Act
Green's Candidacy CongressmanAtLargeMeets Forestry Train Fall Gardens More Important Now Acts of 1941, will register with the Clerk or or 1941.the 'III'
clerk,, of the Clreult Court, In and ror Bradfor1 CI.'Ult".lor ffl,
With Widespread Approval"I To Be Here Soon Than Ever Before, Walker Says"Now fl for tltlou Bradford* name County.ofNsw Florida, the fictitious Mallnolla name Ofnl 7, Fiwluner. I

Method Cleaners, Flab
T p I IS. don't: understand why Lex from one of the many friendly Starke' new Chamber of Com- is the time for all good "Living at home on the part of under which. we at are engaged anddototr doing buelne which.. atr.errket onl

/, i ( Green would from outside of the merce Secretary, Bob Satterfield, fall every person who can do so be- business, to. Call Street
. t give up a certainty newspapers farmers to set out gardens 31ft Tertipl Avenue, 8t '
i I yti ytiNY ytiu for Ion uncertainty," said many of Second District the Marlon presented Telegraph with an and come to the aid of themselves comes today therefore a matterof Stark That, the Bradford nald business County: la Florida owned That b Hradtu.. ""Id..bone Count,. h.

I( At Vl Vltb his Starke friends in County News at Ocala-we quote interesting and important circular, und their country," Clifford L. national obligation. It makes and operated by ,the following Intereatod -. And t.r..h'd OP r.t.partieay, I.. I"fe aowlqAt .4
I ? commenting: the following editorial<< under date which says: "See the Forestry Walker, supervisor of the Farm available more foodstuffs for na- pnrtle: ;] >
his 1 recent announcementthat and defense of the E. O. Edwards: Starke, Fla HtarkerHradferke. .
1 mh upon of September 3: Train. Free Public Exhibition: Security Administration for Bradford tional defense At Stark, Bradford County, Flor- Ida, this pus
be would< be a candidate for From his home at Starke Con Starke, Fla, Seaboard Railway Clay &: Union Counties, said democratic countries. And it is ida, this 83rd: day ,,of. Sept: 1941.tOTICH 93rd.ga;roOt',

Coiigressman-at-large in the May gressman R A. "Lex" Green an- Station Friday, October 10. 9 -A, this' week. also a Oost for the general wel- "'OT.C-I': 0.. I
n,1 r M. to :3 P. M. Interesting! Educa- fare, by helping stop the rising OF INTKNTIOTTO! Rtla"'fJolt;:
t FU"I'I'I'ioiIO'
h will be candidate
that a
Inatead .be "' prices At
primary of running for his "In this 'day of rising IlKUISrtCIt FICTITIOUS NANMNotue N otic.. I"
1a 1anr In the primaries next May tional! Movie! Everyone Wel- the farmer has an opportunity as spiral of prices that hold so greata la hereby given that the undersigned. hetadj r glee II Q IaIActs
}4 le old post as Congressman/ from in to everybody undersigned, under. the provlalonaof ot Chapter
danger Pro.,
for for the state-at-large. come! Come Early Operated 20153 v
congress his value to
never before to prove Chniitor 20953. Lawn of Florida of 'aw of R,
e'a the Second:: District. The Implication Mr. Green now represents the cooperation with, Florida Forest his country-and It all comes "Practically everything that the Acts (of 1941, will register with theCea'k Clerk of 1941.the will CircultgC I r wP,
w a that "Of course, be second district.It and Park Service; Florida Forest of farmer has asked has been done. of the Circuit Court, In ,and for Bradford C"unloul'1, I.
down to the matter planting Florida, flcUtiou. .
n for cot- fur Bradford County, the name us
an would be re-elected If he should and Park Association; Extension He Is to get parity'prices of 'e t t. Southern of
comes as something of a surprise fall gardens and living at home, fictitious name 6e to 11.00
l'm Forester; University of Florida: ton, which means 15 to 16 cents. City Barber Shop: and BradfordBarber Under which w. .
run for his old Job where 'he has for the veteran congressmanto United States Forest Service by llr. Walker said. Farm Security families have obtained Shop,. doing bueins at are enm',
elect for re-election to under which we are engafed and West Call
N made such an enviable record dur- to run Industrial Department, Seaboard "The low-Income farmer has in -loans to buy livestock and doing buslneB at t Starke, Htadfol'Street
congress-at-largeir; rather than to his hands the chance of helping 10? Call Street.and Court Street, That the .
,, ,, ing his 17 years In Congress; but Railway." chickens to feed themselves to and aid buineM' 4
seek the seat heViow olds. Butit Starke Bradford County, Florida.That operated ,
: that he Is taking a chance to give In addition Mr. Satterfield had his country not only in the world sell and to add to the defense l the; said bu .lne8 la owned t.rellt"d parties 10): the roul.
In0.i up something of which he Is cer- Is not an unwelcome surprise! crisis but also In a dangerous requirements. The farmer is I and operated by the following interested Van H. Priest i
Ad which he received Wed-
to thousands of his friends in a letter parties: At Starke, Bra"'u'd
tain for something that baa In It situation at home, the FSA supervisor helped to for improving his Ptarke. Fla. Ida, this t'ounlyk,
/ 1.r 1. Marlon county because it will nesday from C. A. Gillett, In- pay 8. K. Sparks lard, day of 'j
the element of uncertainty. In pointed out At Stark. Bradford County, Florida 8op r
give them an opportunity to vote dustrial Forester, with the Sea- soil."And < this 23rd., day of Sept. 1941. -
the Second District his "Prices are rising. The countryis the gate is for NO'rlC'
among for the who represented them board, Norfolk. Va., which read now open : OK I\\TIO:
1{ i friends-those who both know and so ably when Marlon county was In part: alarmed by the danger of In- him to help himself and at the NOVTICR iNTFYTIOY TOHKUItTKU Nonce 111i: O\'I"R!.! "|I": .."I'I'II'IOIt\:
love him-he Is certain to win If, flation. And the farmer adds to same time to help his country In FICTiriOt NAME gives th.,,
i of the old second district before train Is as that the dChagier
4. part "This Interesting, Notice, la hereby given I' 'IOpl3 Lose ems'1
: he runs, but In the whole state the redlstrlctlng which placed: well as educational and we are this danger every time be spends return for all these benefits. Now' undersigned, under the"" provision Acts or 1941, Will: reglterttrh
there are so many strangers, and money to buy things he should is the time for him to prove his uf Chapter 80953. Laws yT Florida" <;'Clerk of the ('Ireul
,. this county in the fifth district. confident that you will enjoy Acts of 1941. will register with the: 1 for Bradford COUN, I rn
{ ( so many candidates whose produce for himself. own resourcefulness and courage, Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and fictitious t'ounly' FloS&
The entry of "Lex" Green in the seeing it. It la my thought that name. of
strength Is unknown." to 1 to that living at home can for Bradford County. Florida, the
contest for congressmanatlargeplaces perhaps you may want to extend "From July 1, 1940 July prove fictitious name of HalfGeorge's 1/I1'8Ih.11I lIou"
,r iI But Lex Green has many that race, and office, in an a personal invitation to the members 1941, the price of fat back meat be done and to laugh at high Florida and Kits Theatre.. I I I under which Lodge weaare,
frlendJ:! and supporters not only In entirely different category because of the wood-using industries went from 9 cents to 13 cents, prlceo.," doing under. business which we at are'' engaged- and doing business: at onlll
this District but all over the Stateof he Is a contender for the located In and around Starke, in bacon from 20( cents to 30 cents The time has come Mr. Walker Went Call Street I I Starke Went. Bradford Jail Street!

Florida as well who will vote state-wide post. It presents an order that they may see, and eggs from 19 to 33 cents lard said, to set out fall gardens, rain Starke That the Bradford said business County, la Florida.owned and That he aid buine County...,. II pk o
for and him and who from 7 11 cents, butter from and weather having come to the operated by the foUOI'ln
support opportunity for the voters of the benefit from the helpful suggestions and operated byi the following. interested terested parties: :
would be pleased to see him of 28 to 38 cents. The farmer should farmer's aid in this respect. parties:
ray state, rather than those one offered In the Forestry Mlna M. Fla Street ana'k":: : 117Tta
I ? elected from the entire state. His district to place their stamp of Train." produce these things and other "If FSA families, and other At Starke, Bradford County F'or-' .At Starke, Bradford, Flu, J
I friends of Starke and Bradford approval on the long and faithful foodstuffs for himself, and every farmers as well take advantageof Ida till 23rd. day of Sept. 1941. Ida. thus :3rd. day of Coon StpL,i$
n County, who have known him service the dean of the Florida Sells Farm Home time he does not do so but goes all these opportunities," he NOTICE OF INTUITION TA -
through the years and know bow delegation has rendered duringhis into the market to buy them, he said, "we shall see in this State REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF I'TF.'TIO.

u ably he has represented us in Congress 17' years in the lower 'branch Frank C: Holllngsworth recentlysold penalizes himself and his 'fantlly and. the South a degree of security undersigned Notice la ,'hereby under. given the that the Notice REGISTER la .CTI1'IOli Nt

aIfr must,, see to it that this of congress With his election to. to H. A. Prescott Jr.. local and adds to the demand which in on the farm that was) never of Chapter 20953, Law provl.lon.1) undersigned! hereby under Ilvon the Iron tha,

'element of chance Is entirely eliminated the "at-large" post, the state man, his home and 20-acre farma the end 'will.N.force the prices still reached before," Mr, Walker concluded Clerk Acts of- of 1(41 th_will Circuit register Court.with In and the Act of *Chauter ot 1941, will retleterfwll

It ls a distinct honor would be guaranteed''against the mile and a half southeast of < for Bradford County Florida the four Bradford C |hi

for any town-especially one the mistakes a novice might make Starke on Road 28. The consideration fictitious Starke name Bakery or.; I I fictitious name of unltyCFlmi" ,|

'size of Starke-to claim a Congressman In the house; the office would take i ,' according to Mr. Hol- higher.Bob of mercy and with the free gift under which we are engaged. and -Tip 'rip Grocery or Tip| lot i

for Its very own. Only on tne stature of that of a junior lingsworth, was around ....000. Jones of salvation in Jesus Christ? And doing 114 bualneee South at Street under Market.which .
1 six town in the great State of senator with "Lex" Green occupy- The Preacotts have already moved you who profess to be Christians, Starke Bradford County, Florida.Thai doing business. w at are enl'l
Florida will be able to make such II it.Mr. home. the said business I. owned 113 East. Tall street
ing into their new not life to Him
ne Comments On Here why yield your and operated by the following interested Starke Bradford County, PI.
claim and there are that many Green's seniority in the Mr. Hollingsworth is erecting a so that He can love through you? parties: i That the said lu.lne.. Ie .1
good-sized cities in Florida t o And Hereafter H. Carl Jackson, Starke. Fla. and operated by the follo.inil
draw from. house, by virtue 'of his long service U, OO home at the corner of Mon At Htarke. Bradfotd County, Flor- ter.Bted parties: f
er, his high rank on the rivers roe and South street and will MANUSCRIPT COVERS -91 ida this J3rd., day of Sept. 1941. C. H. Nauworthy, Stark, F'J'

? sasailee..g and harbors committee and his move into it sometime around October A generation ago a poet sang per 100 BRADFORD COUNTY Ida At, this Starke 23rd, Bradford, day of Countr Sept ,1 II P|
uA membership on other committees, 13.: In the meantime, the "Do you know the world is dying TELEGRAPIL NOTice OF INTENTION' TO -

us 'iv. XTRAI. IXTRAI. DEPENDABLE including one chairmanship, and Holllngswortha are living with for a little bit of love?" The Notice REGISTER I I. hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the NOTICE OF 1"rF.\TIO. ,
n the only one held by a Florida Mrs. Holllngsworth's brotherinlaw theme still calls for accent and NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO underals-ned. under the provisions RE016TER FICTIT10IS M4
QUALITY FOR SETTER BAKING KKCilMTKR FICTITIOUS NAME of Chapter 20953 Law of Florida, Notice In hereby given tbiil
;t I member, at once gives him an advantage and slater, Mr. and Mrs. W repetition, but now we have Notice le hereby given that the Acts-of 1541.-will register: with the undersigned!< under the prntil
over any opponent whoml&ht M Edwards reached the deeper step In human .undersigned. under the provision Clerk of the -Circuit Court In ajid. of Chapter 20953 will l "1I1:1.r.r.'Fltl:
: I of Chapter Z09S3 Law of Florida, for Bradford County, Florida, the Arts of 1941, t wlihl
a-' enter' the at-large contest.In I suffering 'The world not only is Acts l of 1941, wiif[ register with the flctltlouH name. of I Clerk of the Circuit Court III
Ieel addition he has the nucleusof with a congressman on the job dying for lack of love-It Is com- Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and A. M. Daruy'a. I I fictitious for Bradford name County of Florld,|
for Bradford County Florida, the under which
we are engaged
'' a large following in the present who has been In Washington for mitting suicide through its propagation flctltlou name of doing business at Rower Jewelry A Array Sup

t l 'd'' ri vybtl second district and those parts of 17 years, than by some one else, of bate lilt not strange under Everybody'which we Lunch are engaged and 'I Starke 212 ,Call Bradford Street. ,County Florida.' I Camp Lnule'Bland Army Inn Store Jewelry, t

the old second I like i Marlon able i though he might be, who that after a generation of em- doing business at That the said business. la owned tary Headquarter, .

A county, which. will give him a would be equipped with no legislative phasis on brotherhood we should Sturke.3 DO Tempi Bradford Avenue County, Florida and operated parties. by the following interested doingbusiness under which we at are enianol"
head start. experience.In have the sudden outbreak of the That the said bualneoH le owned John. M. Darby, North Cherry. 110 East Call Street,
Mr. Green, who has loyally supported effect the Green announce- worst epidemic' of hatred human and operated. by the following In- Street.: c Temple Avenue
0 tereited parties: Chas A. Darby, North' Z01 East Call Street
eiysIIphoephal. the foreign policy of the ment takes the congressman-at- history has known Mr. O. F. Odom P. O..Box 663 Street.At Cherry Starke Bradford County PierThai > |
ae administration e Starke. Fla. Starke, Bradford the null. bunlneni It o f
and is a strong ad- large contest out of the grab bag County, Florida -
and operated by the following|
At Starke. Bradford County FlorIda thla 23rd., day of Sept. 941.
vocate of national' defense, believes class and offers the voters of the Christianity or the Bible cannotbe this S3rd, day of Sept 1941. .- tereBted parties:
Gertrude. Handelmnan, 1H
that he could' be of greaterservice' entire state an opportunity to re- blamed for this condition The NOTICE OF INTENTION. TO Call Street S'-arke, Fla.
to Florida as a represen- 'tain in the lower house a man Bible is a discredited book In, the NOTICE OF INTENTION TORRUISTRIt HROISTKR FICTITIOUS NAME Louis Shafkln.' 201 East
hereby given 'that the Street.. Starke Fla.At
tative of the state at large. That who knows the ropes, who has Notice la hereby. given that thelenderstgned .
doabtrardngrRsc. lands where hate is the strongest. undersigned, under the provisions Warke, Bradford County, !
: :. Send for NEW booklet. oon-< Is not vanity on his ''part. Surely, demonstrated his ability and whoi.v: All of these lands have majoredIn under the provision ?if Chapter 20953, Law of Florida. Ida. this Z3rd day of Sepl 1)1II

lalnlng dozen of bright Idea to ImBrove every one will have to admit that past performances will serve as education, in science and philo- 'j'

:: your Powder.baking.Box Addrea V,'Rurnford.*: Rum ford R. I. Florida's Interests and those of an index to what they.may expect sophy. They scoffed at both the 4

o the nation would be better served from him in the future.' Justice and the,, love of God. Men ,<

., were doing very well' and God
I I2 : I 'I was not needed and then the
i prarle fire of passion swept the

world. Yes the world Is dyingfor

love because it has rejectedthe

t ARE love of God in Christ. I


I YOU DOING BUSINESS 'How significant these Bible

sentences should be in this dark

hour: "For God so loved the

world that he gave his only be-

i gotten Son, that whosoever believeth -
UNDER AFICTITIOUS in him should not perish,

: but have everlasting life" (John

3:16): ). "The Lord hath appearedof
f a old unto me, saying Yea, I Housework

NAME have loved thee with an everlast-

ing love: therefore with loving 'T
kindness! have I drawn thee" :

(Jer. 31:3): ). needs
1 s r

Over against these declarationsof ,

IF SO, YOU ARE VIOLATING God's love are the verses of 1 '1 the
Scripture which show man's un- pausethat
e'J1, TilE LAW' UNLESS YOU grateful denial of that love: "Hear
1, i iI
HAVE ADVERTISED YOUR O. heavens, and give ear, 0
.:, I earth: for the Lord hath spoken, refreshes
OWNERSHIP AND HAVE I' have nourished and brought up

REGISTERED 'WITH THE I children and they have rebelled t
.. 'against me. The ox knoweth his
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT \ owner, and the ass his master's

rt r COURT. crib: but Israel doth not know, lQY

t ITHIS'IS i my people doth not consider" (Isa. y ;$; A

1:2: 3)). "0 Jerusalem Jerusalem '
thou that klllest the prophets, 4.

and stonest them which are sent

unto thee, how often would I have m+Cl a i tz r' "

A NEW LAW PASSED BY gathered thy children together,

even as a hen gathereth her

chickens under her wings, and ye
eedl LEGISLATURE. a. would not" (Matt. 23:37): ). -
e e e
tln n
You who are embittered by

', hatred. you who expect by alaughter -

.41a to achieve peace, why not
i. /, THE' PENALTY for failure to comply with this law shall see that the root of all war Is 5t 41\

be that neither the business rebellion against a loving God?
nor those interested in doing Why not close in with His offer e

such business may defend or maintain suit1\ in ,any Courtof V 4 qQ air
earat this State, either as plaintiff or defendant, until this n.oniu.-i!< UMANCKHV. a

law is complied with and further that Bleanor Garrett Plaintiff va.
Itri' any person violat- Wealey SamUel Oatrett. Defendant.

w ing this law may have information filed against him by the On defendant Monday, Weitejr November Samuel Ird Uar-141 f' When work at home makes you

rett la required to appear to the
anyone aggrieved or believed to be aggrieved before Bill for nivoroe filed against him
Is her.In. Thus Order to b. published
the proper court, and charged with a misdemeanor, and once....k.a In week Bradford for four County conaecutlv Tele- tired and thirsty, enjoy that little

upon 'conviction thereof be fined the sum of $25, or sentenced sumo raph Bradford, a newspaper County. published In

1w. to jail for 60 days, or both. OFFICIAL SEAL Cleric) Circuit A. J. Thomas Court, minute long enough for a big rest

Stark. Florida, September 18th.
mi. 0-t{ 4t 10-11
r Irs the minute spent to enjoy ice-
N Annie Virgil Hope Plaintiff .Ix-bottle l
vs. cold
Coca-Cola. Get the
.tt w ....m.. Vaney, Hope. Defendant.
,t CIRCUIT COURT OR On Monday November Sri,, 141,
D THE BRADFOD COUNTY the: d.f.ndanl. Jamea Vaney" Hope, \
I. required to appear to the bill for
Divorce filed aa-alnut him herein. THE carton from your dealer.
Thte Order t. be published once a SIX-BOTTU
TELEGRAPH week for four consecutive weeks
.. aI I. Bradford County Telecraph, a CARTON
i "."paper published In said far ad-
ford County.
Clerk Ctreuar Court.
I Starke. Florida' September l th. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO..
U41 ,'-U 4t 10-li ,






NEW RIVER /? /? SEP 26 1941

n 2J h e feminine Side PULLETS Jennie PAYING le iaseaby OFFM. ff7j Lalll.Cra Lorllerr.

L. Johns reports that his

300 S 1-2-month-oId pullets are ..
Conducted By Ruby Moore beginning to lay well now; "Of ::,.: ;' ... ,
.. ..
aren't all .
course they laying yet.

Brimful of Style 20 Years Ago but they are Improving dally." :

He also says that he got his eggs 1
THIS WEEKUnion when they were four months old-

Reddish Andrews' flock of 200

about the same age as Mr. Johns'
iIy will celebrate' Iti
r't County is also laying well. With the priceof
official October 10 I
birthday on
eggs "sky high they both
Camilla Bradley Thirteen fat beeves, 10 hog, I 9 '
; are proud that their flocks are
,.,... r kids, and 14 buauela of potatoes
layers and not lyera.
IOME HARDENING have already been pledged a< I M.r .
MAGAZINE ; 'M there will be plenty to eat for all, I'ULI'WOOO SHIPMENTS'

# u Work has been started on anew Several carloads of Pulpwoodand I ?,all ,

,.at all home gardeners have bungalow for. Col. A, S blocks are being loaded '
space for a vegetable gar Crews. weekly in our section now

jcb and fortunately present con- aW "NOSE" HOW IT FEELS: : I L ,
do( not de- Mrs. Ted Cook and children left ,
in this country The other day O. M. Slstiunkwas !
for the Nor-
nd that we give up our flower 1 traveling along the dusty) Saturday morning !
However welull 4t folk Va., Navy Yards, where they E'k
Iniant vegetables. roads, overtook an elderly pedestrian
about will Join Mr. Cook who has been I
know something veg- and Invited him to ride. The
employed there for the past few
gardening In case the neces- ,man said he had never ridden tran \
weeks.! Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs.J.
our own does automobile before, but the
for growing day wle
L. Lavender accompanied them. ..,
hot and he was willing to
-P They had previously planned to
small experimental plot will r l take the risk leave October 3.

the trial and errorod The held fast to the
p UI over what la passenger J, C, and Alvin Wynn of Hampton -
of determining heavy truck like grim death as It
were transacting business here
L adaptable to our Individual lurched along the* uneven road.
Lj,] and conditions. Seeds ofLI : Suddenly he grabbed Mr. SUtrunU Saturday. I
radishes and carrots,may with his left hand, while he held Mike Sheppard left Thursday

sown noW and. enjoyed: before his own nose with his right hand, morning for Miami where he is
Ij weather. Plant them rightyour When asked why he was holdinghis radioman In the Naval Air Station. :
Mike and friends have enjoyed
I flower beds to fill In the none he replied:
where summer annualsLrlshed "I allow I want to blow It aa his 20-day furlough ,herewith

a few weeks ago. An loon as you slack up a little!" his parents Mr and Mrs. ,

log of curly parsley will reEn Mr. Slatrunk obligingly stoppedthe T. H. Sheppard. t I IP' Ia

cheerfully\ green all winter truck and the passenger stepped Rob Andrews of Jacksonville

(brighten up the garden as w*UI out. He expressed thanks for Is vtMtlng his brother and sister-

the table. he ride, but "allowed" he would in-law, Mr and Mrs Q. W. An. .

thought of buying;'a take It on foot the rest of the drew, this week.
Have you
I cauliflower plants and setting .vay as it was less tiresome than Mr.: and Mrs. Wilbert Mann of l

Im out as carefuUy as peren- riding, and he now knew how II Ocala were weekend guests of u t

lu? In midwinter when vege- felt to ride, anyway ? their parents Mr. and Mrs. N.

lei, are scarce, you'll wish you Elaine Edwards, young and pretty Starkelte, Is determined VKOAIN W. Mann and Mr, and Mrs. Lester -

d planted more. to keep one jump ahead of the fashion. prediction of wider and Turner's Drug Store was ad- Johns.

sections of the South floppier brims for laU If anyone blossoms out In a hat wider vertising '1.20 else Lydla I E. Mrs E C. Priest and daughter,

lit lo many late to enjoy' a crop and floppier than the one Elaine U showing here please notify Plnkham's Compound for 96c- Mrs. L. B. Alvarez of Starke, left
not too
Wednesday for P ul a s k i Va,
"War Tax Extra.
started from the Telegraphs Photo by Hooter Bros. ;
or endive with fish like thin
lettuce will some time Steve \VHilon says an'botly ran p..Ne a
The Ladles Aid Society of the where they spend i
ltd. Shallots set out now wills Lawtey Methodist Church will en- with the> other daughter Mrs. If he'"willing to pay the price| but Carl John (right) Insist '

zest to the salad bowl or tout Survey Shows Most Men joy a garden party on the lawnat Fred Frances. he caught UM 100-pnuiul tarpon while on a flnhlns trip l last r -

t later on. Mrs. W. F. Godwin's home, Mr. and Mrs. a. IV, Andrews wfH>k. Additional scenery nt left I* II. to:. Tucker who by sane

Whatever your choice remem- AHATEUR THE.\TU1OAUS spent Saturday night with their strange coincidence U ex wily the wine height an the fluli.

r damental that vegetables requirements have the as same any Hate Dark Finger Nails; The: W M. U. of the Hampton laughter Mrs. Joe Moreland in Camera honor for thin shot go to T. Frank lAiidrunt, who p' t

will I I I Jacksonville.Mr. Infer whm he took hU turn posing;
Baptist Church present clelms'he got a raw deal
soil moisture
pier Inge plant-good. light, fertilizer, and asonable Why Do Women Do It? "Aaron Stitch from Punkln Crick". and Mrs Ala.Illll, Rutledge enjoYt'dbrief of la with the fUli and "Turk" "manned the cantor IteMUllIng photo ri i

amount of care. The with the following cast of characters Montgomery was swell of Sloe I Huh, but Lawyer Ijtntlrtun WM left out entirely J' t

II l should be as carefully pri "If a woman's real objectiveIt I of the Park theatre said most : visit with Mr.Mr Rutledge'suncle and Mrs << Submit your heal snapshot to I the Telegraph for puhllcathm f ,
her husbandor emphatically, "I don't approve of Aaron Stitch (not as green as and aunt, ',
d as for any other seed and to dress to please i In the Camera (om..r.) I\
balanced fert sweetheart why under the sun I painted fingernails. The women he looks-M. U Watterson. Roan Turner.
i plants given a Johns who Is In
her I dress ((1)) to outdiess other women Wilbur Merrldew (a crooked Mrs. Wesley '
she insist on painting
er as their growth and coi does Jackson Milford In Lake Butler and] the New '
Alstine. St. Vincent's hospital, burg, and 'IWO children
shout fingernails those outlandishly: ; and ((2) to please the men. speculator)-Earl Van
demand it. Seedlings
I'ion damplng-o: dark colors when most men are I Dr. D. P. Murphy, dentist, Mrs. Rosa Berry (an Oklahoma ville. In "Improving nicely" Mr.a'' and Juanlt:, of Jacksonville, were Airport Sunday I

guarded against and the foliage of believed to abhor this "barbarous thinks women dress t o please widow)-Mrs. W. B. Alexander. Johns said after returning from guests Sunday of Mr., Saunders' Warren J. Dobbs of Palatka I II
d cutworms week. 'I' '
should be systems custom." \ themselves. "If a woman was Gladys Mae Merrldew (a sweet visit there one day this on-ln-law and daughter, Mr and was visiting ,friend. In this vicinity ,
Iter plants alone :Mrs. W, E. All- Mr and Mrs. R. R. Andrews I
dressed and sitting on thing)'-
Ur Inspected for the first'slg A provocative question? up In young entertained a number of friends Mr.. M W, Mann. Mrs J. D. Norton I Sunday afternoon
of mountain or shut up good.
\ aphIds! (plant lice) Yes. I top her room a alone, would she be Little-SIs Rlggs (a regular tom- I Saturday night with a chicken also of Jacksonville accompanied MUs Mable Adktns entertained '
| For answers to your questions I occurred than plleau. a large crowd last Saturday nightat "
No sooner had It pleased? "She certainly wouldbe boy-Emma) Hicks them.
gardening problems: send a started out on a referenceto I The building at the Priest-Shep. boiling. Hhe was expecting .
the Telegraph he thought. With The Rev Mcnshew filled his a.peanut k
"Ii-addressed the Service, Department stamped envelop, Hoot minor survey to; determine (1) I fingernails he said, 'Naturalpolhoh FLA. STATE FARM pard Filling Station It Is Is rapidly going regular appointment Sunday at the a large crowd and pre tt'j'I'

Magazine, 610 Biei who men ,think women dress to Is all right; but I like liy E./R. Howler nearing completion.' looks as welt as Long Bridge Christian Church. A pared for that but more came I 1
jarJenlng please, and ((2) If men really despise them more shined than colored. to Improve the large' crowd attended and then there "was.a, trout But I
La. < r .
.11,1iNew\ Orleans convenlence-of the place
the dark nail polish!!! as i And I never could understand Garland Godwin entered Emoryat the "Itlue" Moody motored around the more the merrier you know. "
re of this newspaper:: Saunders of Middle-
Mrs. J. A. 41
week. His
wholeheartedly as they are genera why women would paint their Oxford last parents. .
ally supposed to do. nails like some of them do." Mr. and Mrs. J. G! Godwin accompanied -- ,"

rancia Prevatt Results of the survey still leave 'Y. B. Mundy proprietor of him and spent a day '

Funeral services' for Franc question, No.but 1 concerning the great American question I It the thoroughly Three Ft agrees'lends'with Barber Dr. Shop Mur-, in Floyd Atlanta Robinson on their return of Winter trip. u' f' E'E'R R"OfS :

'eston Prevatt, 84-year-old nae -t No.enigma 2 there Is not an Inkling of phy-that women dress to please Haven spent several days.with his LIFE'S S IHICROUJOED n C R o n 0 H :

i,: of Bradford County were a doubt The vast majority of themselves."If they were dresoed parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Hobilnson. -

lid' September ii at Pellicle I" men really and truly hate dark: up and sitting alone In a tree-top I who also had as weekend
reek Cemetery near Hasting be I Robert and family
[ nail and welcomed the opportunity somewhere would they guests their son
e had lived In St. Johns Count' -, polish to air their views on the I happy?" he was asked to which from Jacksonville. f:- :::-,, .I"
r the 30' to:. Townsend, -- '
past years subject! Of the 12 outspoken Mr. Mundy replied: "You take a Mr. and Mrs J. ) t t
males questioned this week only 1 woman and dress her up and she's after residing here for seven years I ,

one'admitted a liking for bizarre'I happy anywhere you put her, I'venever I' have returned to their old home aL ," 1

fingernails, and It might be said seen a woman yet who In Palatka, where Mr. Townsend r ,
that his wife was didn't like to dress up. But the will engage/; In merchantlle busi

Boating In standing passing within what is commonly subject of woman Is too deep for ness. Their many friends. regret /.O O Q 1

referred to as "striking distance." me. I like light red nail polisha their going, but wish them much

: Ladies-Stop, Read, and Think! little off color from natural. success
Bathing "Women try to outdress other Dthese dark red fingernails! Mrs. Irene B. Whitfield has

women" said J. W. Andrews Jr>, "$$TTII! They must please come for a visit o f Indefinite
the women length with her son, Bryan Whlt Ji
Ford dealer. "IfI'd say I didn'tlike somebody though, or
Bowling polish at all on the wo wouldn't use It" field and family.
men's any nails I'd be oldfashioned.I J. B. Rowe Jal'lor, said:; Mr. and Mrs Leo Wiggins and

polish; but I don'tlike "Women dress and primp for the daughter, Marie, visited relativesIn
like plain -
,Billiards bright red." sorriest cause on earth-namely, Hampton Saturday. ;
the man.' But as tolhe. way ,they Mr. Sanford Rltch has resigned ,
"Women dress to please fix their finger nails, that's theli his position held here ,for severalyeal"l e
Frdd F, '
men" said Postmaster business. Personally, I like 'en to accept a better one at
Bar- And with reference te and \t
-Q Stump. unpolished." Camp Blanding. Our regrets
polish he said, "I like plain him
fingernail that also accompany'
L. W. Koch, druggist, says best wishes "
plenty of It, but not too dark. Cleopatra and King Tut used cosmetics and his family.Mr. / .
Chicken Dinners A. B. Williams, of the Magnolia and that no doubt "Cleo and Mrs'W" B. Granger,of J
said! "I approve 0 f all several
Hotel used them to please the Belle Glade stopped over
their vanity. Women are so wonderful patra Excavations have been days as guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Shrimp Dinners In so many ways; I ap men.made," said Or. Koch, In Egypt J., G. Godwin enroutoto Holies .fFp II
do to
of anything they where they en-
prove and other parts of the world,, Military Academy ,
make them look better. Beauty serves; : "an;! cosmetic bottles of venous tered their son, Walter, for the

serves"women like strength kind have been found. I believein school .term.
Cold Drinks of cosmetics of of Jacksonville -
men. Speaking their use. But I like plain Mrs Reese Bradley .1
1 11
all kinds Mr. Williams said: was a week-end guest of her
like them with all they can take fingernail Weaver, financier and philanthropist parents, Mr, ant Mrs. J. H. Hund
Trailer'ParkCottages Some women can stand m o r ethan I S. O said: "They dress to -I A THE MAN WHO MAKES
'* Mr. William stated ley.Friends Bradley who n
others women of their of Jimmy O. l AT BRIDGE
smile at them outdress other; serious A FOURTH
"Women with
of a very
further: : also to please the man recently met
selves In the mirror to see smile how al clique their choice.; If they are not married accident to his eye will be gladto Just make the fourth at bridge some rainy, golf-
effective It Is when they to pleasethe know that he will not lone the
trying and her
are wife
they afternoon with
When women Is Improvingrapidly. less Saturday your
the opposite sex. they want to marry, sight of It, and
admire themselves In the mlrroi man girl dresses the best sht friendthen you'll know what True Heroism

Good Fishing It Is not for other women.hue A can Every all the time. They spend all I' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manasna of means. The Spanish inquisition at its grimmest devised J

woman dresses up for her the money on themselves that I'New Smyrna were guests of MissBetty fiendish torture to file the soul of man
will\ appeal of no more
she Thursday
band to see how their father and mothers will Stringfellow. racks of words these gantlets II
the even these
In than
Beer home
On Tap when he comes allow. When a widow finds a last week. away .
Ing. If a man doesn't compliment .she wants, she tries hei: Among shopper. In Jacksonville of gossip these very nails of noise.
man wr
his wife she loses Interest Wher anc darndest to please him. I think this week were )In. J. F.L. Ah- but it's worth it all, when you escape at PER
======5=S=5=3 says she Is not appreciated. dark red fingernails an Robinson Mrs. Parker, Mrs L. of Friend-
one goes Into a study of women, these Too much face powder Chapman Mrs. M. E. Grlner, Mrs. Jut and relax with JAX the famous Drink

Meet be really has something on his hideous much lipstick or too Bob Kite, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, ship. Smooth mellow, with a good dry taste,

Your hands. And you can't fool them, or much too nail polish Is not good. Mrs. Kelly Mrs. R. P. McLen- JAX is just reward for heroes throughout the

FriendsAtKingsley either.. nails natural-no polish don. Chaplain ,and Mrs. L. A, from the first bottle on.
like like
"p{ You'll JAX
L. A. Canova, druggist says all. I like women neat and Shepherd. Mr. and Mr. J. A. year.
please the women, at and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. JAX today.
"Th ,Beach and each tries to out-do the other of all I've been watchIng Bouvler.
with natural prettiest :J. C. Wallace and
I like their. nails women'for 40 year The old Mr. and Mrs a
polish.. settled resident. of Starke,are M Mr. and Mrs. :J. E. Randall wereweekend d
LAKE with the Gene of relative. In
FRONT Jimmie Van Dlen as I ever saw. And guest -
said: "I like, their nalli fine people ** Jacksonville.The MORE POfDLAI I i EVERY I AY ? (
AMUSEMENTPARK Jewelry natural. Very 1IeM.,polish ... all the women Carlton are pretty., of the Columbia Flower Committee of the JAX B r l s for th flr t O \ '

right; but I prefer natural nail. Hyman Headquarters, t h I n k i Community Club. Mrs. U. A. Wiggins months lwcrarf rrtor* than

L. Women dress to please men Military"women dress to be attractive and )t.... U. E. Orlner, gave e/gM llm Mi* n tlmn l unionIJ

When they put on that stufl that-to show off. Single women a benefit bridge party at toe clubhouse twlc* !* Florida v r c fSy 1

On Road 48 Near (dark nail polish) It cheapens me and dress up to get a husband; while Friday night After and three cake "M U Mln* Jxl"J t
You" can quote dresses up to progressions Ice cream
them. married woman
It, If you want a served. A neat sum was X IRCWIIII COMr/m/ Jieknny.llc. Fl rt<<
to lie
Camp Blanding sign my name keep he,.. I like dark nails. were

to"W co-manage admitted. realized.
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F r :i t8o'f .Jy FAIR COMMIT. Gardner Reports Special NoticeIf antic and had to fish them out. I last Saturday at midnight after a Eddy's Lunch Box hours a day,
; brief Illness. He was buried at aDd 9I1Q.;
shook barbecued
Then his motor
Ii TEES ARE ANNOUNCED Market I at Eddy's Lunch Box-the clean meats,
FiguresJ anyone knows the whereabouts In the Santa Fe Cemetery Sunday Cheeseburger ate.I
off the boat and fell "ka-plunk"
I ,
rJi, of Mrs. W S. McKoone 4:30 P. M., the Rev. W, C. Burton attractive, screened-ln place between flounced }fro W111
(Continued from page one) B. Garner,. manager of the the ocean, and he had to fish it: preaching the funeral at the I I Tuesday!
State Farmers Market, reports please notify L. T. Dyer, County out of 18 feet of water. Then, i ibeln' graveside DeWItt C, Jones bad the ''bank and the Park

y ''. Plans' were made to meet with that 3,940 pack|gee 'of producewere Agent, Starke. She: might be located a mountain boy and not charge of arrangements I I theatre-officially opened for Ann & lIarry'
;; these reepectivd'Commltteee on the handled through the market at the l # }*s' following dates to make final during July with a gross returnto pree. If anyone knows: .where .he,, parked his par on the beach, and Mr.\ Melton was born ,June 10, by L. B. Alexander and L. p. of Mr.. and Mr. Harty ka

!; ;: .;: plant for the various community growers of $1,861.09 J 4,372 is. The Federal ,Authorities! have when be came back It was 'In the :I 1857 at ,Cplqultt, 'Ga.,, moving to I 1 Berry some weeks ago, but they opening lI.flaml( .BeRch, ann
; packages were handled over the a, small check on deposit for her. middle of the ocean and he had 'Alachua County 33: years ago. He were waiting for the soldiers to of a new dlnlQr
The I in each ANN
,; exhibits meeting platform during August with a return to get a wrecker and pull it out was married May 14, 1893 to Miss quit their maneuvering before &: H.\RRY'SID
f i, y.. I instance tbe at the various of 12.506.69. Bill's' Bad LuckBill and dry the salt water out of it. Isabella: Burke, In addition to his opening. of the Cottage the
; k ., chool' hoiiser.at 3:00 o'clock P. In discussing the outlook for J When he got,,home he lost. his bird wia-.,*.,/4s survived by seven Eddy;" Castle, of Jacksonvilleand West' Call\ street.

fr '''i I M.: Lawtey/ Monday- Sept. 29th.; farmers?* Mr, 'Gardner said, "We Mundy forgot to keep hi* dog. TOO BAD! Better luck next sons-Theodore Melton Graham; San Francisco. Calif., who specialize In Tbey
f r elIN 80th. believe early cabbage will bringa fingers crossed, and so the witches 1 time Bill! Oscar Melton Waldo; Lonnie Mel- has been around Starke for the golden fr1tct\
Starke, T u e s day, Sept. ; and all
i ,good price this fall, and we are put the "jinx" on him again. Ona ion Waldo; Clarence- Me 1 ton, past six months, 1 is the manager their meal wily,
1 Breaker, Wednesday, October 2nd.: ; I taking orders dally for cabbage fishing trip up In Georgia last 'W. H. Melton Starke; Woodrow Melton 1 Waldo; The' Lunch' Box will 'be ''open 24 "family style" They
Graham, Thursday, October ; plants. All farmers who have Monday-fishing for big fish out Willie Melton,. Lawtey; and Gene everybody being beu
a New River, Friday, October 3rd.; strawberry plants for sale are In the ocean, mind you-he dropped W. H. Melton. 74-year-old far Melton, Waldo; one daughter.' two'' brothers i L. L.. Melton, of ;you don't saUlt!
'" Hampton, Monday, October 6th.; asked to list them with the mar his glasses In the great At. mer of Waldo, died at his home, Mrs. Annie Ward. Waldo i and Wtntet''Carden/and C.,. R. Melton.I your plate have enOugh
n.n October 7th.; buck
n Rising: Tuesday for Inure
n.n ket so we can help'' sell them '
Hellbronn, Wednesday October ,. --

r u ,ft,: 8th.October.; and 9th.Vanderbllt. Thursday\ for The you market" management is alsoad"llIlng POPEYE, THE RECRUITING "OFFICER HAN OS' :CUT''A'$ __: : ROUGH IDEA! ==IAN

.1ro. Letters announcing' these meet- growers to plant carrots, -AIJ BESIDES/ KIM '- VA GET: FREE MEDlKAL, Not -EXCUSEMs.. I OIDMT

I, Ings' will be sent to the various rutabagas, turnips and other truck LEARN ANV ua' II committees and it is hoped that a for; the fall market. ODD SKILL OYOU CAN EARN i -AN' TH' SWELL FOOD FILLED BUT IT CIIVES sti A POPEWE. vou Navy wifo

full attendance will be on hand In'' his monthly report ending ?. TRADES IN SIG PAY wIT' VITAMINKS MAKes 'l.1. G0 ROUGH IDEA WHAT CAM SIGN Everyone 'looks bigger handOIIIw

to discuss the many matters pertaining August 31, Mr. Gardner shows themarket UNCLE SAM'S S WHEN 'YOU 'MU6KLES 50 BIG-; O O P| V. > TH' NAVY DOS ME UP.RI6HTMOUJ. shot uniform Uncl Sam's Navy glee, .

,elr j to the various exhibits, following receipts for the : t4AV'y csST OUT l 1. PER ME!! :Y .' And th<:lt'l only o start. Uncle Sam taIt
Net cash receipts from sales of 4 <
and a special invitation is also + ny.r. extended to all teachers of the farmers' products, $120.09; Receipts Free meals' Free board.
e county to attend as there are matter from cold storage rentals, S p_ .k 93 :1.1 Free medical' and dental Free tai
of epeclal Interest to the $86.00; Receipts from dry storage, 4 r ing in any one of fifty.odd ear* Free
n schools 'to be diacus ed. $15.00: ; Received from State Agricultural r nk s And the Navy trod

1 n It la the- earnest hope and belief I Market Board $100.00; AP while. you 'learn.pays you good
Received from rental of
of the gasoline
of the
management i station $37.29: Received What an opportunity I If ,
service ; you 0.17|
Fair that It will be inestimable
e1 to :from Telegraph commissions, $::1.00. o".r. get a *free copy of the ,lusty
communities and
r value to the I Or total receipts for the month booklet' "Life in the U.S. No/,Gas
the county as a / SR
-, -- of August of $363.34.I Taq Navy Editor of this newspaper
jj At these meetings jacK i-urceu.
I t
J manager, will be present and will 'SERVE

.hn.he.he.hI [ give timely suggestions and will I Believes Cabbage ,s flp.Fw s.r...,I".V.I.n. BuiLD SOUR"*UR FUTURE COuI.n !
1 I have-pictures showing community]iTo' Sell WellL. 1+01' GET IN THE NAVY NOW!
I ?' booths' other fairs, which wiM\ .

e |I I be of assistance In planning I I M. White: manager of the ,

Fort Pierce State Farmers' Market
LEGION PROJECT in a letter to Postmaster Fred

| MUST HAVE AID, P, Stump-under date of September w
23, among other things said:
\ "I feel'that growers cannot go
(Continued from page one)
wrong in planting a good acreage TRAINING

I j the entertainment of the boys. of cabbage in your section, as you
This also\ has been abandoned, certainly''have a grand back log
and transportation, must now be at Starke to get rid' of them at

fovuid elsewhereIf, this Important the market price. My guess It'.
phase of the work Is to continue, it you plant early cabbage just as

'. '\, ,The payroll\ alone is around soon as poBHlble, you will make that'isworlh
0d ; $12,000 per' year It was stated, some money if you can make a
and that alone Is a nice little in- crop. The' Insects are bad on tT ,

5; dustry since most x>f the money early cabbage. If we should havea
11 I f Is spent in Starke. The W. P. A. warm fall; but If the man work- ..

j takes care of salaries only, and ing on them will try he can take

'. there la no U. S. O. or other or- care of them.. -

; gaalzatlon to take care of other "As to the soda on cabbage" $150000A :

expenses of this recreation pro the letter continues. "I would say e
u.dr jeer The American Legion Is that this depends on weather con
doing all that It feels that It can ditions. It they should be hurt

n do at present, and asks for aid to because of cold, soda is fine for
:e v keep from losing this project from bringing them back quick.

\ Starke. With 60,000 0 r 70,000 !"If you know of any growers

.. men stationed at Camp landing, who have turnip greens, mustard,
If even one-fourth of them came squash or anything green to eat, ,
'I to' Starke for entertainment and writ and .
let "
me know as we are '
recreation, they could not beginto being called ,on to locale vegetables 's' 4 RFD NOWYIU' 8 fEr
crowd Into the '
various recre- for the Army and cannot 1 ff
atlon projects, ,
Including all that find' '
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t plated in ,the future. Child Labor Law r JAV "

I, Bill Board Law Discussed At Club O/ Fi'6/NEER/VAOVADRAW'

\ Now In Force T. H. Hutchinson .
,. state labor '
Inspector, was guest speaker at : 0000 PAY mr/ie,YWIEAKN/

J. C. O'Neal, field representa the Rotary Club Wednesday, giving
tlve of the division of outdoor a comprehensive discussion of
I, advertising of the State Road Department Florida's new child labor legislation.

,' ,. was in Starke early this .
,': e
week In connection with the new "The new law has teeth," Mr. ?

.'(",',;- law regulating roadside signs In Hutchinson said, "but we are first 4 YOU WANT to get ahead fast, to serve your country;?
'e Florida, which became .. ; IP
effective conducting : ;
an educational campaign ,:>P '
; : build the
September 23. yourself a good-paying future...here's op
asking employers to '
op- ',
Mr O'Neal stated that at the operate with us In protecting the _I r I portunity you've been waiting for.

present time the Road Department''I''I'I. health and the futures of our ; '; 'i', The U. S.NaVY' nay train you to become an expert in

I is not taking any drastic action children." anyone of nearly 50 skilled fields Each month,over 5000
y against owners who have not yet "The provisions of this act
removed signs, but Is simply con not designed to work a hardship new men will be sent to a Navy Service School,where you

ferring with them explaining the on anyone' :Mr.: Hutchinson said, /' \' :.ti, ';' can learn to be a Diesel engine operator, machinist,aviation '

law, and asking for cooperation. "but It Is a known fact that no t, .\1 j;.: mechanic, aerial photographer, radio operator
VI, The new law prohibits construction boy or girl can get the ;, }; .
," proper ti' ,, whatever specialized work you're best fitted for.This first&
'or maintenance of education ,
or ,
any sign maintain
good health
"" ; ; 1 within 15 feet of the outside ,It he or she works) all hours of r r N. :a year's training which you get i is worth at least $1500. .

t ..1 boundary of state road right-of- the dky! and night. 4.I The Navy foots the entire bin. You earn whileyouleam.
: way, or within 100 feet of The speaker -also In fact it
,;r"tl,: :' f. church, school any described bad is possible for an enlisted man to earn up to$126
; .
cemetery, public a o c a lied "jook-
{/ i month-with
: per
; keep.
park playground, "
1 or any state or joints, which
average one to
'i it',I. national forest. They cannot, be every mile of Florida highway, "' Yo 'U have plenty of opportunity for advancement in

Wj' I I"i1 placed within 100 feet of any and expresses hope that now the .' ,, Position' and pay-owf you'll have fun while you !lean!

v highway intersection, 0 r gradecrossing state baa done( something' about LOOK I 11 You'll tome: out of the Navy fully prepared to take on i
: ; and none may be put up child labor, it will next turn Its WHAT THE U. S. NAVY s- good job in private to Btay ia
without the written permission ot attention to outlawing this industry. And if you want
:\.,;{ : the landowner. evil.CLASSIFIED.' AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER the Service,you can go right to the top. and retireat the

\ \ YOU end of 20 years or 30 years with a liberal monthly income.v .

ADSFOR I FREE TRAINING worth,$1500. FINESTSPORTSaridente ; You can choose now between the regulars or the n-
=taiomeat_ '. serves. Both' offer advancement.
Nearly 50 trades and vocations to any.man could ask for. equal.opportunities for
SALE- 33 'Che.r let' 4- >FOR> RENTLarg' 'room, adjoining choose from;, ,

.:.:,. door sedan at reasonable price bath, haa heat. Two short t ',TRAVEL, ADV nuaE..THIALi..s.Get' this FREE, '
,j. ,. \ ( for'cash. Clean and In good blocks from P. O. and shopping GOOD PAY with regular increaaea. ,You can't beatthe ,Booklet 4
: condition Call Navyfor them! "
? : Oarageor center. Twin beds, Innersprtngmattresses. a
f. 120 N, Cherry St. Itp Gentlemen prefer You may earn up to $126 a month.. the Mail 9 for" your ge py" "rj ba' i '
I red. References Y to BECOME AN OFFICER. M. N..y. fully Waiatrated. / 8
exchanged. Mrs.A. are.entiU a w
FOR SALE vacation nauwe.aUyo. / r ,
;{" 'Ford station- wagon 41 Super low Deluxe mileage Starke.. A. Frazee, 102 W. Jackson, period,with full,pay each year. Naval work for an appointment to the pay will b.....promotion queetiOIUl'.TelIawhatyourou and vacations you

Academy or the Annapolis of caa n'..how you can teUl
d : four months old privately B a w Income -
. I. Cwned.-Mn. Vonda Inman' LOST-one male police dog one GOOD FOOD and plenty of it.: the Air at Pensacola; of U:, peecnbea how you cad learn any one
residence old. trades from avUtion to radio...
Starke. Itp year Collar with vaccination how
tag. Reward. Eastern CLOTHING.A complete outfit FUTURE SUCCESS. It'.' for from many may.1 become offiosra.: 27a enea '
easy Navy iii.
FOR SALE-Trailer, 19 ft., fac Auto Supply Starke. It of clothing when .you first; ,enlist. Navy-trained men ,to get good n'y be ausisn.i showing apart; and games you may Toils plaY eab rblprt+tJDIII&
kr tory-built in A-l condition. (Over $100 worth.) requirements ...tohencltiDcto sons visit. !la
Ify--may 31
LO3T-1 medium-sized pointer paying jobs in .villl ....,. b.twesn 17 and,
Sleeps 4, new tires. Will sell dog, 2 1.2 a high school requind) get IbM free book No obhgetwa Vk
years white
; :"l w e ;318 equity for $223.: Must sell liver. Notify W. B. Mundy FREE MEDICAL CARE including LIBERAL RETIREMENT-PAY for him the Nary editor of this paper for a con 01' telephone him Ofll I
at once.-A. T. Ball. the :
Municipal regular dental coupon. You
Starke. Fla ltp attention. regular Navy can part it on sT penny postal card.
','".'' I Trailer Park, DeLand. 9-28 2t men.
\\i\),. "'. HELP WANTED-Stenographer- We**THIS MOdC Or NONOM U alter reading t he6f 1

(' FOR RENT-Clean 4-room house Bookkeeper. Camp Bland Ing booklet you decide to'apply for a place: in the. ***.

.', ,' I"t "' ." furnished s c r ee n ed, electric' Jewelry & Military Headquar youwfflraeeiva this smart UpaU nbIein.n ..s tad<'

''" ",-t,'t 1"" ,,;" ", lights running water Also *-'I ten. 9-19 2t I of honor;you will be proud to wear.
i-' ; ;" 1' room'apartment. Reasonable. -
,'! [1.,' ", Inquire at Earleton postofflce,.' Dally cash market for cattle and ENROLL ----------------__-
,j .i\ hogs. Auction Sale Thursday
; ; \ ;i 9-24 every Tear "'
; beginning at 2:30 ;: ,, I erect take or send this eotrpon
( ; p. BE
.jI"i ,' a. RELEASED AFTER to
THE the
," :t'"'. ,.,::". ;1.', FOR RENT<-one large rom-( Columbia, tockyardar Lake City. 4 I / EMERGENCY t I Navy Editor of this newspaper.
: ,' ','/',, r two double beds modern Fla.,Phone"481. See or writ J. I The (Secretary of'the Nayy baa
'.. : : veniences. Mrs. Warren con D., Odom. Jr.,, P. O. Box: 247 I I Bounced:-"All men enjieting--ia can of be.d.. mgaidlaai o/&be'J.actJa I Without say obliat1oa on say part whstwr+er. Plp11 jp0d
Per time
l'f nmainbic in thair anliataMBRamamber .- me fne ,
,f a kins. 9-28 2tp Starke. Fla. tfFURNISHED the Naval Recerv will] lie retained on ,-this,,rw uUr cNawy/t t.ad* I hookW..Lit.ba&beN. ,"dving full d.t.ita abal

1 : of active the Navy duty throughout Lb.period Naval Raaecv.offer you the aama/tr .. t orlporgaoitia fog mat 1a th.Navy oe Naval Re1/rea
,, FOR RENT- Furnished cottage, Lake on win be aaaig. ucy. but they AI. training promotion, pay incvaaeaa.
Santa : reUaaad
.,' Fe. 5 miles east of to inactive duty aa soon Phyaical' MamaAddn
p no Improvementsrooms nquiMmenta ia the Naval R.I .
after -
Waldo. I the
Electric lights running .m.rge.cy. aa thai services "
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available about Sept. 24th. Mr a. water Inquire Lewis ara.mora liberal. Saad coupon!
L. M. Clark. 1 1.2 miles out on SERVE YOUR COUNTRY
Jewelry Co.. Gainesville :Fla. BUILD YOUR FUTURE
f East Call Street. U I tf a
L Tow.
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