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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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n lay Afternoon Agent SaysBy Rationed"Foods. Starke Bradford, Florida.County Telegraph, Tax SaleFor


1 Dear Sir:

[bout 6:30: P. M. Monday 2nd L. T. Dyer, County Agent W. L. Blair!:; Bradford County the "first time In history- I

I Iwirt E. BlUlngslea, Jr. of rationing board clerk, received Where did Southern-folk get the Idea that RATION all property disposed! of at the

Miss., was killed !lnanCam All farmers In the county who notice yesterday that evaporatedand was pronounced RAY'SHUN ? delinquent!! tax sale, held at the
I about six milesTot have farms signed In the Agri- condensed canned milk Or should
accident were we say: courthouse Monday, was sold to
Starke while on a rou- cultural Conservation Pro gram placed on the rationed list effective The CATE ate the canary. If the HATE tits you-Wear It. individuals. C. A. Knight, tax: : ,

training mission, the public are filing reports in. the countyagent's at 12:01'Wednesday: June AIDE it up and see what the total will be. He picked a winnerat collector, stated yesterday.This I
office of
It
the Alachua crops planted. 2.
itlons( office of la that this work be RAYNDOM. The CATE caught the RATE. He hit a home- Is a fine commentary on IJ
urgent
fey Airfield announced Tues- completed very up to date as soon as Consumers shill& use their red. run the first time at the BATE. I'd RAY-THER not the prosperity of local citizen ,

M possible! because: the government' stamps'" In War Ration Book 2 for Every time I hear a "Radio-Announcer" say-"RAY'SHUN" and their confidence in the future

e plane was a twin-engine la to make incentive payments on buying canned 'ink and the point -It give me a pain in the stomach that feelts like I've got the of Bradford County, Mr.\ Knight
and a board of officers value will be ob point per pound, thinks. Not a single of
ber, certain designated vegetable crops green-apple-colic. Of course I'm not one of those "Old FloridaCrackers" parcel
to determine fullIlls. I arrived at as follows: land reverted to the state.
estlgatlng planted this' spring. The eight 1. A that you hear so much about. I say: CAT, RAT, HAT,
next of kin have consumer may buy I
The war crop vegetable for which incentive number of small size whose any BAT RANDUM, RATHER RAN and RASH'UN, and know ex- The delinquent tax list, published '
cans
notified. payment are made are: total weight ia less actly what a week's raah'uns are. It's seven pounds of sowbelly In the Telegraph last !
cording to E. M. Anderson, Wtt s carrots, snap beans, lima beans, one pound or month, was the shortest ever remembered f
of
for a single"point.. one peck water-ground-meal, and a quart of molasses,
Lye witness of the crash, thee beets, tomatoes, caTTi'age, onions here and about half ': .
or a of Brown's Mule
plug Chewing and spitting tobacco. And
Judd's field 2. One 6-oa. can of milk has a of the '
D. A. and property advertised was
i fell in A. Z Adkins, Jr., son of English peas. The County It's ,
Judge not J'
ration value of called-RAY'SHUNB-by any means. It's just plain-
about a quarter of a mile Committee has set a goal far each ,one point, but a redeemed before the sale, Mr.
his own home. The planeed and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, vegetable farm In the county based consumer> may buy two 6-02. 'cans, RASH'UNS. If you are from Missouri' ask my pal, Truby. He Knight stated At Monday's sale

though It did not catch who was graduated from the on the acreage planted last total of 12 oc., of milk for a la more of a Florida Cracker than I am. He was born here, andI every remaining parcel was eagerly i

until after the crash. The Citadel, Charleston, S, C., May year. single point. Each additional two came here after I was old enough to vote the Democratic Ticket. purchased by some Individual.

was burned, though that 29, and was Inducted, along with The payment to be made for cans j weigh Ing 6 to 8 oz. will cost I was born in South Carolina, educated In Georgia learned how to Tax collections have been phenomenally

not the cause of his death, the entire graduating class, into having planted these vegetables It one point. vote In Alabama and how to say-"RASH'UNS"-In Florida, and good this year, with

e he was lying perhaps 20 !. $50: per acre for the acreage In 3. Each can of mUk weighingmore Florida's population came from all of the United State., Europe, Mr. Knight reporting 94,79 percent

from the main body of thee the Army the same day. After excess of 90 percent of the goal than 8 ox.*. regardless of the Asia, Africa, Australia and parts of Georgia.For paid by the first of May. a '

still buckled In the seat. An spending a two weeks' vacation and not exceeding 11 percent of number of cans bought. costs one Pete's sake, don't say that it'. correct to say-RAY'- month before'the deadline. '

ulance from the Alachuay at his home here, he will leave the goal. These goals have been revised point. % SHUNS. If you do, It will be just the same as saying that we

Airfield near Gainesvillee for the infantry officers' training tn order to obtain for the The rationing board also an- Florida-Crackers don't know a short "A" frorn a long one, nor aRAYBIT Money Stolen ,

for the body. school at Fort Benning, Ga. farmer at much payment as possible of nounced the following Information FROM A RABBIT, and think that a HAME is the From Koch's I
ilr. Anderson stated ,that Lt on hU 1942 planted acreage.If interest> to flag tfiunllc: best part of a hog Instead of chitterlings Oh Pshaw. I'd Drug "
Processed foods
Ingslea had been stunt flying a farmer has planted more than A through F "h Blue stamps better stop before I tell the truth about this 1 RASH'UNINQ Some time during the night '

)und that spot all day. A little Maines Bills thin three acres of these vegetables through J remain'.valid ave "expired until June: G BUSINESS. Our meat tickets give out about the middle of the Wednesday an unidentified per-
year and does: not receive
be attached to
kance might 7. week and we have to drink un-greased pot-Hcker the rent of the son broke Into Koch's Drug Store
[ accident, since he and Miss arty incentive payment It will be week while we are listening to the Radio-Man and stole at least $70 In cash L.
because Sugar: Stamps (5 and 16 In say-"RAY-
-garet Beam, who lives in thee Pass SenateWith he has not given us a War Book SHUNS". W. Koch, proprietor, stated
1 yes
II I II II Ii Ii vicinity, had been going to- correct report on his crops this each for home good canning.for ;0 pounds Thanks terday morning The Intruder \
I together the night year. The total county goal for
} er-were Tires got the $10 in change that wan i
: Owners of
these passenger cars J. L. Harrell
( re-and he told her that he vegetables must equal or left In
each of two cash regDrters!
the close of and ,
the legislative commercial'vehlcl
exceed 110 a using A FLORIDA-CRACKER
percent of the total STEPSON
k going to use her house as aget" and approximately $50: In cash
session at hand brief tires smaler than 7:50x20: may get
a Out- planted acreage In the county in '
In his routine training'loa and
postage
( their stamps In the stamp '
line is below of bills that 1942. The same incentive casings recapped with reclaimed -
the following day. given payments box. The thief also tried to
have been passed through the apply also to Irish potatoesbut rubber camelback without Nursery School Government Buys break Into the safe
fr, Anderson stated that the this crop la not Included. In applying to local rationing board but to no
State Senate in the few avail.
days
past
r're was still running when thene the for certificates .Drivers with gas-
eight designated I
vegetables.
| crashed. It seems that he by Senator Hal y Malnea of oline rations Investigating office '
for more than 240 *, Ben
Every who has
the speed of hla motor while Bradford and Union Counties. All made a report one on his crop not already shoulddo miles monthly are eligible for any May ReopenAccording Bradford Com Holtxendorf and Chief A. L. Alvarez -

plane was In a. "side ,slip", of these bills are now in' the HO Within the next week. This grade of new tires when present i were called but were un-

that he was flying at about I House of Representatives for con- applies especially to vegetable and casings" are not recappable. I able to determine whether tbe

feet, too low to right the alder'atlon. tobacco farm' Shoes, : Stamp 17 1 In Ration to Information received Last week when there was so thief broke In from the outside,

ne in time to avoid a crash. A bUI providing a minimum Book 1 Is valid for one pair of by Mrs Junius Smith much corn on 'the Starke and or whether he was shut up on '
of $5,000: shoes Chairman of the Child-care Com- the Inside and broke
appropriation per year through June 15.Outstanding1 ,' Jacksonville markets L. M. White out. He
Bond Sales for[ all counties that maintain or Pressure Cookers .....' mittee of the Bradford County had pried open the door that '

ar hereafter maintain a county hospital Being IssuedBy Film Defense Council, there Is a strong acting manager of the State Far- closes the space where the exhaust I

teed $45,000ere In which charity patientsare : likelihood that the' new Lanham mers' Market at Starke, said he fan, Is located, and. had

Last MonthAfter accepted. If this bill become I.. T. Dyer, County Agent "Corregidor" Nursery School will open in %was( afraid there would be an bent back on. blade of the fan

a law. it wUl mean that tf Bradford At Park TheatreOne Starke some! ( time near July 1. oversupply. But, man of action with the Intent of climbing
its enviable record in County so desires, !it can Steam pressure! cookers are The old WPA Nursery School closed through It; but whether he intended
la he
that he sold
being rationed by the Farm Transportation the last of April, and prior to got busy and to climb In
ling around 1223,000: in War establish a hospital and receive a of the most glorious or out could ,
Committee with the sagas that time steps were taken to the Government 4,200 dozen ears not be determined
minimum of : The
appropriation $5,000
nda In April, with a cash value In America's military history, the appearance
more than $170,000. Brad- annually from the state. MHlotance of an advisory committee heroic 28-day defense of the Phil- make application for funds from -some went to Camp Standing< of the greasy surroundingsdid I
of women. We are advised the newly-created Lanjiam A c t some to Drew Field, Tampa and not show that anyone actually '
d County settled back to Its A bill making common carriers ipplne fortress Island of Corregi '
that the first shipment of these Fund for the opening of'a'Nursery climbed In
;ular routine in May. On a liable for all stock killed, this includes dor by American and Filipino sol the rest to Camp Stewart, Ga. or out through the 1
I cookers was received In the state School for children of workIng fan.
h quota of $49,200 it went railroads. If the claim for diers, has been made Into a movie Prices ranged from 35. cents to
ia and another will mothers.
May
ely over the ,$43.000,,mark in the stock ia not paid within 60 June:shipment. which will be shown at the Park .41 cents Also the back door-the one

nds, not counting whatever was days, the owner can bring suit received-In Theatre for three days starting A careful survey has been made, I With Intense interest In the leading into the prescription room :
Those who have an application and, under the direction of Dr -was unlatched
wUl indicating
sed outside of atarke. and If he Is successful: Sunday. said that
; situation Mr. White : "Now
he''Poet office also. sold-.Wai1 in addition""to recovering the mar- on''file should ''apply' for purchase The dogged battle for "The W E. Middleton, County Superintendent If the ,farmers, ''will only stick the thief may have departed by
i certificate at-an early date If they Rock" ,of Public Instruction, application that' door. W. M. Carter
animal recover'
ving ket value of the ( with the Jap hordes, drug
Stamps in the amount of with I sell
us, am sure we can ,
expect to get a cooker in the next forms have been filled gist., discovered j
the
flushed : doors
i 201, which, if counted, wouldse court costs: and attorney's fee* I with their cruel victory their corn right on. The Quartermaster unlatched -
I for state tax shipment. 'on Bataan. out and forwarded to State Head- when ne came to work.
the total A bill providing a hitting the Island with
to more than $:SI,- market wanted to know
and ball These cookers are rationed to bombs and shells quarters at Tallahassee this week.It That Is the second time that
At upon Jook organs, pin without let-up would last "
I least Bradford: County how long the corn ,
made good again-la that she machines of $25 a year. The the state but not to the counties. stands with The Alamo,. dialer's is hoped that after receiving he continued. "I told them it Koch's Drug Store has been burglarized -
from this tax Several have been purchased by stand and State approval It will be sent to sine its opening more
pent as much-actuaf. LIb for money derived goes Valley/Forge aa an example would last at least four weeks" '
and receive Presidential than
war effort M has been to the Old Age Assistance fund Bradford County people in Jacksonville of that brand of dogged Washington and Mr. White expressed the two years ago. The first
Ired of her. re- and the Aid to Dependent Children Gainesville Plant City American courage that makes victory I approval In time to open the sincere hope that the farmers time was ,an Inside job-a'negro .

fund. Based upon the number and other place as well as In Inevitable. Without medicine school early in July, Mrs Smith would stick by the market. boy got away with $200'In cash

of licenses last year, it will Starke. *, with food rations cut to stated yesterday.
;
ew Method Plant raise 1252.000: annually. This Up to this date 73 applications one tiny meal a day in the midst In order to relieve the man- the He buyers expressed saw fear what that had, when been Motor Corps Class '

losed with Federal will of unbearable heat, with ammunition power shortage, more woman-
For Summer matched money have been received in the county done, they would come down and Closes Monday
mean $504,000: additional mossy agent's office and 37 purchase certificates almost gone, the defenders power; must be utilized, and that offer higher for time
prices a or
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards for the Aged and Dependent have been ts ued. Pur- stood firm until for the sake of Is where the nursery school comas two and get the market disorganised The Red Cross desires to ex-
ed the New law the wounded, the sick and the In. A corps of trained teachers
The Issued
Method Cleaners Children. present pro- chase certificates are onlyIn and flood the JacksonvUle Dress Its gratitude to. the Torale
turday until September 1. They vldel for a S3: tax on Jook organs case where the party has located dying General Wainwright sur look after the Dre- chool children market with corn. He said that Chevrolet Co.:: for the use of its
II not leave ball machines, ia rendered. ((2 to 6 years of age) of mothers
Btarke cooker, therefore It
-at least and pin a U the Bradford County farmers building during the last few
r the present-though they will Senator Maines also was a co- assumed that 37 represents the The brilliant defense of the island who are employed. would agree to bring their. pro- weeks for the Motor Corp

t be open for business. Introducer of a but exempting the number of cookers purchased to fortress so fired the Imagination duce to the Starke market one classes Also to the skilled me- i
They This bUI will date in this county. of the American people thata Legion Nets $110 chanics of Starka
appreciate the past pat- REA from taxes. day each week, they could takeIt for assistance
age of their friends, but work be of material help to the people Cookers are very urgently need movie about it was as Inevitable From Poppy Day anywhere they wanted to all given the classes.

been hard, hour have been being serviced by the REA as It ed in the county because of the as the setting of the Rising the other six days, and he could The last class of the course will

Ir, Mr. Edwards la not welld will mean a reduction In their large amount of vegetable crops Sun. Every major company In Under the leadership of W. B. sell their stuff. But he would be held Monday night, and the

both of them are in need of electric rates.Lawtey being grown. Every person who I Hollywood sought. to register the Sewell Commander of the local like to know what days they were following are among those who

t. They plan to. re-open Sep- cans vegetables should have access I Utle"Correg1dor' with tl1l Hays American Legion Pout and Chair- coming. "If the farmers would will receive their certificates: Mrs
office-to that Leon From-
find
1'1. Scouts to a steam pressure cooker man 'of the Poppy Committee, only stick together It would be Glen Duke, Miss Sarah Reed, Minn
and every effort possible Is being I kess. production chief of Produc more than $110 was realized on for their own Interest," the manager Della Rosenberg. Miss Ida Lou
Charter made to get one for every per I era Releasing Corporation, had
Given Poppy Day May 29. After pay- said. Davie Mrs. Grace Wainwright,
beat them to it. PRC not
I only
Pultizer son who makes application. Ing for the 1,000 poppies pur In addition to Miss. Nina Bishop and Mlsx Freddie
Winner At Sunday Services ; had registered the title but had corn* some cucumbers i
chased, which were made by the lima beans, Fordhooks, Wlmberly.
I
At prepared a script and obtained
Library In the first investiture cere- Starke WAVE the enthusiastic approval of the patients in the Veteran's Hospital squash and Irish potatoes were The course was taught by Mrs.

I mony to be held In the recently Leaves For butt I War Department. at Lake City, the proceeds will on the market at fair prices. Dorothy Fraser, who served with
"DRAGON'S
itpton TEETH" by formed New River District of the Ellssa Landl. glamorous star go to help worthy and needy veterans the: Motor Corps in the First

novel Sinclair which.Is makes a great current modern North Florida Council, the Law "There was no part of my boot who< has been too long absent of World War I. Too Much Air World War and has had 29 years

history tey Boy Scout Troop received Its training I didn't like," said Sea- from the screen, gives a superb Mr. Sewell was ably assisted by experience in this" branch of Red t
than more vivid and absorbS could- charter Sunday night at 8 o'clockIn man Ruby SUcox of the Waves, characterization of the woman Mrs. Lemuel Colson and her Girl : Fatal To Tire Cross Service. ,

over do. Once any historian become ac- Grace Methodist Church. here on a 8-day leave from Hunter married to one surgeon and In Scouts, and also by his two I Night policeman Volley F. Man- 1,

Jalnted with Lanny you Budd and Chaplain L. A. Shepherd of the College, New York and vl lt- love with another. Otto Kruger daughters Miises Gayle and Vir- 'ning relates the following amusing -I Division Chaplain !
who Is district In the home of her father plays the with Donald ginia Sewell. A. J. Thomas and
his career In the world of international State Prison, Ing husband Incident which occurred shortly Speaks At
will chairman of organization and extension J. L. Sllcox. "I even liked the Woods the oil, sweetheart whom H. A. Carlton I were the other after midnight last Saturday Rotary !
intrigue
Want to read the other you three gave an absorbing talk on drill," she) said, "though it was she again meets at Corregldor members of the Poppy Day Com night. Perry Ammons, nephewof Major R. H. Clark 63rd Division I

oooks about .this same char the value of Boy Scout preparedness no easy task to get up at 5:30: mittee. Van Patel, wearied from the chaplain, was guest speakerat J

+ter-although each Is a comPletely especially I In times like o'clock and go' to bed whenever New AssistantsFor day's work at the latter's service the Rotary Club Wednesday ,

separate story these. L. R. Bristol, district they 'hollered' New Tailor Shop station, was putting air in the bringing a message in which Rotarians j'

"PAUL REVERE and the chairman, spoke on the bright Beginning her career as a Waveon County AgentMrs. Mrs W L. Anderson hs* leased tires of an old car driven by a were urged to clean up
New SUcox has already
In the :
Seaman
WORLD: HE LIVED IN" Is future of Scouting May finished 4, her boot training, Marlon Hearn. who has from Mm. Carrie Rltch the for- negro woman, who was hauling their own backyards first, and I I

Esther Forbes- first non-fiction River District her special been an employe in the office of mer dental offices of Dr. O. L. colored passengers back and forthto worry about world affairs after I
boOk, the talk. an Impres- and will soon go to Camp Blandlng. wards. If each would
and Following man meet
| she has brought to she does not County Agent L. T. Dyer for the Haynes over the H. C. Wall
life the scenes and people of sive candlelight service wu con- assignment,when though where. past two months, left Monday for Agency on* the corner of Call and About half asleep, he kept on the task at hand with all his I''

an early day, where you will ducted. during which the Lawtey from know just Martha or Mat h e ws, her home In Lexington, Miss. Her Thompson streets. Last Saturdayshe and on putting In the air until strength and ability, there would i

find the hero "ornethlng more Scouts and a visiting group the Seaman of Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. husband Corporal Hearn, was opened a tailor shop and Is he had perhaps 100 or 125: pounds, be no world-wide problems, the 1

than a figure[ on horseback. the Starke Troop repeated daughter of Starke, who began stationed at Camp Standing. prepared to do any kind of tailoring Mr. ,,Manning said, when the tire ; speaker said. y
Mathews
"THE SKIN OF- OUR Scout oath and laws. her training at the same time Two new employes, who just for both soldiers and clv- and tube both blew out with a Another feature of the meeting r', ::

EETH"II !: by Thornton Wilder Certificates for members of Seaman SUcox did. has already began work there Monday, are: lUians. terrific explosion, covering Am- was a graphic report on the recent .. t,

the drama now being produced the Troop committee were also to Portsmouth New Hamp- Mrs. B. H. Hendrlcks, of Sharon, Orlclnaly from Waycross, Ga., mona with dust so that he could Rotary International Con

( on legitimate stage In presented at this time. Members gone to take up her studies In Ga., and Mrs. John M: Lovett, of \!,. Anderson came to Starke a scarcely be seen. His reaction vention held in St. Louis, 'and W.,
New shire
York. present at the service were: L. medical field. Waynesboro, Ga. Their husbandsare year and a half ago She has had was: "What happened to that brought back to Starke by H. N.

These and others at Public H. Hill. R. R. Thede and W. H.KdwardV the Seaman SUcox hopes to be sent privates in the Army stationed several years' experience in tail blame thing?" Hers was: "Lawdy. Fairbanks, president-elect of the p

Llbnry In Woman's Club. Jr., assistant Scout- to a special clerical school. at Camp Blandlng. oring. Lawdyt' More trouble"! local! club E

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Its PAQI3 TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA FRIJ\. J1T1_E lIo..
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( out recognizing that the world was all here HAMPTONBy moved to Wildwood, 1111
j The h Bradford County Telegraph H. Wiggins can Bee her husband t
4 before we came. The plants and animals just when tile train orb ,..,..
1 4 : '' Established 1877AAHAYBEH and everything else were growing here and Oa&'te9e Mrs. J. C. McAlhaney and two Mrs. J. E. Coleman paw."
: son of Reesvllle S. C., have returned her husband It"Job.
there was not much trouble in the world. home after an extended Is Assistant! here 1.fr r1ll..

The so-called civilized nations of the worldare visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. man for the S Signal. A, uah, eC

' I,1 : *1VA11QtfJiL6bl'OR1Ji1ASS0AnTAN' the only ones in trouble We have Author of "How to Win Ff'IaIbcmd Horne. Mrs.: Charlie Mdnlre L
Frederick L. Watterson of the and
of
on 11-
been flying for 40 years. The birds and Influence People. 1 U. S. Coast Guard at Province. Mrs. M. Jacksonville E. are'It:
______ EdItor sal Ow"r l\Ianlre '
B. L. Matthew* tin,
t _ _ _ _ bees and butterflies have been flying for town, Mass., arrived Wednesdayon Mrs. LIllian "ett.
14 hundreds of thousands of a visit with homefolks and Hall V11t1e4 .
SUBSCRIPTION KATE!: years. Lyle Young in t
friends and -T Va'<
' Yearly. $1.731 8U Month,. .t.OO "The bat is a very old creature. He :Mrs. J. C. Addison of Ocala 1* wefk-end. lon, 0

has this navigating business down fine. If a guest for a few days of her sisters Carl and Lacy Wynn an
f !' and Entered a. See- Methodist lived on a farmin to run fox. cats Ii
$ enbUshed Weekly on Friday A few a preacher and
wheels revolving in different years ago Mrs. Wesley Andrews and coon''
take two .
l Md Clam Matter at the Foal; Office at Stark. Fla you Arkansas, farmed six days a week and preached on Sun Mrs. T. C. Chastain. usually beat their hounllJ q
directions, and blindfold the bat, he will day. Once a' year the church had a "shower" for him and Many of our Hampton citizens tree.

fly through the wheels without even hittinga gave him cast-off clothes, and side meat, while the women attended the Convention of Chris- Preaching services WUl lit
CommunismThe
t + Easing Up On spoke. He has been able to do that for gave his wife their old clothes, dried apples, and duck eggs. tian Churches at Graham teat at the Methodist and BI,
Soviet Russia concerning The preacher had a son who was large for his age. He Sunday Churches next Sunday
action
by centuries. Of course, he is a dumb animal.
about drove a span of mules for his father in the field, ate his noon Barbara Horne is on an extended one welcome at either chum
: i''.-SMHivHi',! Communism has straightened out We don't want to think that everything in day dinner and flung himself down in the yard under the visit with relatives in Reevsville R. G. Wise Is buudinl

1fr all the questions, and doubts, regarding the this world has been created by us, and that maple tree and slept till time to go to work again. The boy S. C., and other points In bungalow among the oakl"a

t x reliability and stability of Russia as a war we are the masters of nature." wanted an education, but there was no one to help him, so that state. We are expecting an property he recently bought
H. B.
The Stalin Government has disbanded at 17 he went to Magnolia, Arkansas, and entered a high- early return. Wonder why Wiggins.
partner. the Academy." His Prof. M. W. Morrow H. F. Wheelus
sounding institution called "Magnolia made a
r" I' the so-called Comitern. The importance Time To Quit KiddingIn name was Harvey Couch. lightning: trip to Lake City spent last week-end In petj!)'

C ""I r t of this decision has brought a statement He was miserable in class, for he was six feet tall, and Tuesday mornuig. -

., from Congressman Martin Dies that spite of the apparent success of the 17. The other boys were only 12 or 13, and much smaller. Mr. and Mrs. Harper have sold Office

t. the Committee bearing his name will likely last war bond drive, the ominous fact remains They laughed at the farm boy. He was so sensitive that their store and filling; station in sale" at supplies The BraHTo of all (kJDdlI, ,

1'' f subversive that of the billions of dollars worthof when he had to go to the blackboard he suffered terribly.He the east end of town to R. H. Telegraph. ( (w
investigations 0
discontinue bonds sold only a small proportion wentto shot home down a side street so that no one would speakto Parker of Homestead. The Har-
.i alien activities in this country. him. 1 pers started on their return trip -

,,4 More than a year ago Averell Harriman individuals. As usual banks, corporationsand One day 'Re said to his teacher, "I can't stand it any Tuesday to Mississippi after about
other institutional investors with' accumulated 30 as citizens of Hampton.We .
t to Washington Government and longer. I am going to quit. years
reported
; W reserves absorbed most of the The teacher, who had been watching the boy, knew he regret to lose such worthy BACKUP U
regarding political conditions -
the American people life. So he said citizens as they were.
had reached a crisis in his :
obligation.This :
hIE, in Russia as he had studied them that the "Harvey why don't you turn their taunts Into applause? Dennis Parker of the U. S. I', YOUR B BOUnder

when he and Lord Beaverbrook were sent means prosperous masses Why don't you do something they can't do?" Coast Guard at Green Cove
'and are still riding the crest of a luxuriant war The boy puzzled. Springs is spending a day or so flay asAOdua,; ,
by the heads of the United States was
i" to Soviet Russia. He boom, with income expanded i n March, "Instead of being sensitive about what they say, why with his folks here this week. Solid ToJ.,
Governments
British 1943, 28 per cent over March 1942. Taxes don't you undertake two grades at once, giving to your work Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoden
stated positively that Russia had lost inter- been frettingand Mrs. Ida Wiggins and Mrs. Mary
and bond will scratch the all the time and effort that you've wasting by
buying barely
est in saving the world with Communism, sur- worrying?" Williams and son Howell were In

and was devoting its efforts solely to saving face of the billions of the "new rich." The boy was appalled at the idea. Two grades at once! Gainesville Tuesday. %%: Is u/I/ '

Russia and nobody else. That is as it This all adds up to one thing: The What if he failed? Then his classmates would laugh harder Miss Madge here Gay last was weekend.Mrs. visitingher ; ,
r'
people at home are still trying to fight the than ever. parents
should\ be. He made a decision. "Yes, I'll do it. Two at once." Emma Lamereaux has
war the easy way., Instead of sacrificing He buckled down to work. He was more interested now

Fixing Up A Tax Bill comfort for the sake of victory as our men in what he was doing than in what the boys were saying.It ..

are sacrificing their lives, they are, so far, was hard work. He first had to learn how to studyhowto ,

Senate and House tax conferees have using the war as a device to wallow in more get the most out of every minute.He e

finally agreed upon a compromise pay-as- comfort. sailed in with his colors nailed to the masthead and BackacheMay
believe will be whipping in the breeze. The students who had been heckl-
which they
tax plan
you-go Will our soldiers return to a luxury- ing him now began to praise. He had accomplished some- Warn of Disordered

passed and get the approval of President satiated bankrupt homeland with a Congressstill thing they had thought impossible. They had to admire Kidney AetlonMGd.m

A people are tryingto that but he became the most boyin and \y
Roosevelt. great many him. Not only popular Uf with It*hurry worry
arguing over picayune tax details, or a Irregular .
figure out how much "forgiveness" thereis the class. drink: in IT It*riskol.xposur.andinleaktlonthrow.
land where the integrity and solvency of Today he is president of the Kansas City Southern and heavy : :'I.u: on. the. work
in the bill ; but they need not be too hope- of the kidney. They are .pt to beora
their government has been preserved ? The Louisiana & Arkansas railroad, and is considered the most over-taxed and fail, to filter cxc*** sold
ful because about the only real\ virtue of the answer is with us. influential citizen in the state of Arkansas.His and blood.other Impurities. from life-giving I

tax measure is that assessments will be former teacher, Pat M. Neff, is now president of You may Buffer nagging backache,* f

easier to pay under the new plan. Baylor university in Texas. leg headache pain,,dI 1.xine.s.welling-, getting feel constantly up nighty
Big Things In The Planning Instead of worrying about what people say of you, why tired nervous, all worn out. Other algoi the Rationing
of bladder disorder aometirne -
kidney or are
A time trying to accomplish something they gram You are allowed
not spend your burning scanty or too frequenturination.
The Birds Flew First The statements made by President will admire. Make a good impression by accomplishing Pairs of Shoes Per inLet
Try DOOM' Pill. Doan't help the
Roosevelt and Premier'Churchill during the something just as Harvey Couch did. kidney* to paM off harmful exee.** body Us Make Your OU.
One of the wisest,,philosophers of our past few days indicate that the invasion of wmte.Th.y have had more than half ft Ones Like New
of Are
approval. recommended
public
Qa., spent last week with Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns. century
lIe observes
times is Charles F. Kettering. by grateful users everywhere
i Europe will take The Mediter-
place soon.
Mrs. T. W. Markey and daughter, Mrs. Edna Mannmg and fam- A.k. that there are two kinds of people who talk ranean is open to our ships and Italy and Martha Carolyn.Mrs. ily and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon TheElectric
about the world-Those who look G. C. Mills of Wauchulais Shoe Shot
post-war the French Riviera are certain to fall under Boatright of Manning were visiting PILLS ,

,into a crystal ball and see a world entirely control of the combined forces of the United few visiting days.. relatives Jf8"Mr. here for a Wiley Groves and family Across From Park rbi'll!!

_t ,different from the thing we have, and those States, Britain and France. It doesn't take and.Airs. James Cason and Sunday. ..

who look down to a great cold place where even a "typewriter strategist" who follows children were In Gainesville Saturday

worlds go when they are finished. the news of Allied air might to discover that 1st afternoon Class Petty on business.Officer Ivan .

"I don't believe either one of them is there are gaping holes all around the Axis Hazen of Tampa returned to his

"f right," he observes. "I don't believe we will war machine. The Russians!" are driving the post in Tampa Sunday after an

have a new world, a different world, and I invading Germans westward, and the Unit- G.eight-day W. Hazen.stay with his. father

,r don't believe we will have a new world that ed Nations are driving them into new pock- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey

;, will go all to pot Now we sometimes doa ets. Washington isn't talking very much Col. J. M. Markey and daughter,

a".t" little chest hammering and think of the about the European war of 1944 these days ,Tampa Martha last Carolyn Friday.were visitors to

great, things we have accomplished in because there are high hopes that it will all ,' :Miss Eva Fay Gainey U visitingher

1 science and engineering and so forth, with-. be over before that time. slater Mrs. Raularson 1 n
i :Tampa.
i Mrs. Mary Thomas spent the
BROOKER formed by Judge E. K. Perryman tertalned Friday night. May 23. 'week-end in Reddick with her a

By Minnie Lou Hazen I Friday May 21, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. with a pound party. After enjoying daughter Mrs. Frank Reynolds. / ,MfN1YUMrttstfsTg"; tiwWU +
I, i Martin wore Navy blue with playing game and various Miss Madeline Crosby of Tallahassee e / tta iAra
NEW ARRIVALMr. white accessories. Only the Im- contests the young people were visited her parents over

and Mrs. W. ,P. Nichols mediate family and close friend served refreshments of pound the week-end4: l 7
announce the arrival of a baby were present. :Mrs. Martin will cake and punch. About 23: young Miss Ester'English of Starke ? t "N
5
remain here with her parents,,un- people enjoyed this affair. was a week-end guest of Miss y
girl born, May 28 at the Alachua p $ Yk111s.11
,
I r
til further notice from her husband I Willie Mae Cl4 moDa. '
MUSIC RECITAL ft PARTY
County Hospital. Mrs. Nichols who has been transferred. I Mrs. Graves of Gainesville entertained Friends of Forest Crosby U. S. aOAV OF e'')
will be remembered a s ,Miss Navy will be interested to know ,
: ,. ,
her music class with a n x
Myrtice Crosby. Mother and baby RED CROSS NOTICE that he has been promoted to ty
are reported doing nicely. Each Thursday at 3 o'clock the theatre party Wednesday May Chief Yeoman.
Red Cross meets at the Community 28. After enjoying the 'entertain- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart and
MAR' lN-RIl\IES Center for sewing. All who ment at the show the guests returned Mra. Lewis attended
church in
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rimes an- can are urged to help with this to the Graves home where Graham Sunday. <
nounce the marriage of their lots of work to delicious refreshments of sandwlches f
have
job as we Mrs. V. V. Jiazen and children I; ''ty j
daughter Martha Lee ,to Pfc. be done.POUND. fruit juices and cake were ,
were visitors In Starke
Horace F. Martin of Camp Elan.s served. Later In the evening the Mondayand
ding formerly of Camd'en. Ala. PARTY guests returned to Brooker and were overnight guests Mon-
,
s day of Mrs. J. Hazen
P. ,
The marriage ceremony wan. per- Miss Willie Mae demons en- took part in the recital. They ton. of Hamp-

.... -...... -....... ""'- were: Juanlta Fea le. Frances Mrs. Rosa PtnhoUter was a S
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Barry, Marie Green Marjorie Fay @. S' M
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Crosby Minnie Lou Hazen Eloise Morrlaton.week-end guest of relatives In

Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Galney Collie Mae Parker Jo Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Hardy
Ann Parrlsh. Ilean Atkins Mari
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE were'visiting Mr.
Hardy's motherin
.
lyn Crosby Bettye Long,
'- MODERATE PRICESDeWITI' Gainesville.Sunday.WOODLAWN.
Friends of little Patsy'Nlcholil
C. JONES
will regret to know that she Is
Starke Florida'
111 in the Alachua County Hos-
pital. By Alice Grove
"
Seaman 2-c W. C. Crosby of Lee Mrs. Geneva Hllllard and Mrs.
Field. Green Cove Springs is vIsit- Della Thompson were shopping In i
Careful Drivers Jacksonville
Prompt Service ing his parents. Monday.
Miss Catherine; Johns of Hefl-
Mrs. Lee Green and children.
bronn
spent last week here with

Starke Taxi Service Rosa:Marie Pinholster and Thomas were Lee.Starke and visitors Mrs.- her Miss slater Lois Mr Thomas. O. Norman.of Starke Next to wives, Sweethearts and letter from home thingsour

Thursday of last wet>k. among
was visiting Miss Bernice Den-
A Mrs. Howard Mott and Mrs. mark last i week., soldiers mention most I Is Coca-Cola.
Phone 150 Mike Tilghman were Starke visitors ]Mr.. and Mrs" Clarence Groves Of tours, our fighting men

Friday. were visiting .Wiley Groves Sun meet up with Coke many places.
Overea But there
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Coca-Cola got

Day Night children were shopping In Gainesville day.Miss Myrtle-Johns. of'Jacksonville '. Yes .iree, Coco-Cola has been
Thursday of last week. spent last weekend with her a globe-trotter since way back

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglass when. ? has been od, In
more
than
were in Gainesville on business 100 foreign lands.

?t Friday.Mr. GET 7HE a I .
ECONOMY RIDE and Mra. Mike Tilghmanwere "Even with
FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND 'SPEED SURE war and ,o
in Gainesville Friday. many Coco-Cola bottling, plants| In enemy"occupied
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Colaon. 'RELIEFFORACPNPGESTON
LINE BUSSESFOR countries
FLORIDA MOTOR
our
visited Corporal and Mrs. Resale fighting men are delighted to find Coco-Col-
INFORMATION Colson in Valdosta Sunday.Mr. \ / b..nfl.bottled.
CORRECT .
COURTEOUS .. Mr L. O. Hazen and right on the ,
and spot In ,
PLEASE PHONE 147 o many places, around| the globe.,
daughter Minnie Lou. were In
Gainesville and Alacbua on business : REX50 And do they go for ? when they find III| Who do.sn'n"

Saturday.Lee BISMR I
UNION BUS STATION Green of Jacksonville visited :
_
his family over the weekend.H. .
'LACY CONWAY Agent
: I Ik
S. Hazen of Center Hill IOTT1ID UNOII
Temple Are., Starke, Florida Visited his father here Sunday.Col. STARKE AUTHOlny 0' THI COCA.COLA COMPANY'
Store
k I J. M. Markey of Waycross .I Carpenter's Drug COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY




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1948
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PACK THREWorida
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State Farm News D. H. and H. J. Malone of Madison the week and on Sunday goes into stairs' ) In one of the barracks. In Intensive Farming ; '
enjoyed a family reunion Sun- Letter BoxThe the same ball and joins his this center we have ping-pong
day with Mr. and Mrs. I. U Pas shipmates In .worship, how could tables checker boards, pool tables Speaking of Intensive farming,
RECEIVE CERTIFICATESEleven chal of Lake City anyone try to convince a man that and practically any type of en- as against extensive, those who
Jjy E. B Douder of our boys and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bristol spent Telegraph has received the these things are wrong? It merely tertainment a young man would have had the privilege of seeing
girls
the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. takes the devil out of these want. This activity la under thedirection
OFF following communication
,\NCB graduated from the BHS-Junlor Interesting first-hand the Victory Garden of
\1> L. M. Bristol I "
In
Gainesville
our club meet- things and adds a certain "ele- of the "Red Cross Welfare -
ndance at High last week. Those receiving Earl touching on a littlediscussedbut Nick Alexander, Jerry's partner
Chambers
of Montlcello
-sews" hallreatly ment" that can't be explained. Officer of the station and
nd Red Cross as so many certificates are Lila Rae Caldwell visited his parents. )tr, and Mrs. vitally important phase of life When I say "takes the devil out the Chaplain.It Just behind their Call Street eat-
curtailed Willa Jean Malone, Esther Crews, In armed force( writ-
Jack Chambers our It was
at Wednesday. of these things" I am saying that the will that Nick Is
are working Is encouraged throughout ing place, agree
members Louella Davis, Margaret Redding, Mra. H. L. Parker has returned ten byV.. E. (Bill) Plummer, the cursing and gambling thatso
have recently had Lorene,'Moncrlef for the to attend DI- an "Intensive" farmer.
ng.'e Bernice McMil- from Daytona. formerly of Lawtey, who Is now often this, of Navy men certainly
deal of sickness too among lan, Gene Cope, Jimmie Bradley, Mrs. Marlon Crews and Miss nerving as Storekeeper 2n<1. Classat recreation accompany are definitely type out. vine Services and all denominations Due to the farm-labor shortage,
'"mbar,, but look for brighter Herbert Fillayaw and I Charles Betty Jean Robinson are both on the U. S. Naval Air Station, When these things are carried on are provided with ministers Nick believes It Is better to select -
o, come. Thornton.Miss the sick list.J. Ottumwa, Iowa: small place and cultivate
by the proper piople In the proper In many cases, where, there are a
smart young high school Maybello Dobbs of Jack- G, Caldwell and daughters On Sunday 'mornings! ; It la a manner they ore constructive no Chaplains available, civilian It to the "Nth" degree by one's
Who have completed the sonville was the recent guest of; Jane and Peggy: were week-end perfect picture to Bee "all hands" to anyone who participates.It ministers come to the station and self, rather than get a place. too
[one course at Starke, have her parents, :Mr.: and Mrs. L. D guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell who do not have duties to perform la Indeed amazing to atop Urge to handle.
residence at the Telephoney Dobbs. at Ockluwaha. filing Into the house of God and think what foolish opinions deliver sermons to the men. Rec- With this in mind, he has a
for the next two Mr, and Mrs. M.' F. Coker, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. ){, H. Rlcharde's to worship. In< this group one people form along the lines of reation la also stressed. Good garden of tomatoes, peppers, but
ladles are Ed little! may eee any man on the station, religion and recreation. How wellI morale the men Is a very
n These young Camp and daughter, Nelle, e on, Henry, entered St. among ter beans black-eyed peas and
jo Caldwell, Esther Crews and Mrs Annis Garner of Jack- Luke's' 'Hospital In Jacksonville from the lowest rating to the can remember the days when essential Item In maintaining efficiency sweet corn, which covers: the vast
lelverna Thornton. sonville, wjere recent guests of Mr Tuesday for quite a serious op- highest ranking officer all going, you would be frowned upon with In u training program.
L Watts and son, Linwood, and Mrs. J. M. Bradley eration. We wish him a speedy I wltn the same purpose in rnlnd. disgust If you mentioned going As :a matter of fact, u-creaton Is acreage of 8x4 feet. He planted
/returned from visiting Mrs Mrs L. F. Chapman chaperonedthe recovery.Pvt. This is not compulsory. Men may to A show on Sunday or even second only to religion among the his garden three weeks ago. using
s parents at Sopchoppy. following young ladles to the Lonnie Dobbs of Camp' stay away from church If they suggested going to a ball game, men and so closely united. are they plenlly of fertilizer and will soon
Curtis Malone came down Sunday USO musicale: Roberta Wheeler and Mrs. Dobbs of choose although they are en- and to even hint that you were that church services are held In have plenty to cat, furnish the
Jacksonville recently and Whitfleld, Lila Rae Caldwell, Macon Ga., were week-end : couraged to attend. It Is Indeed going down to shoot a game of the same room which houses the cafe, and. sell to the general public -
guests
pan led Mrs. Malone and his Margaret and Melba Stringfellowand of their parents, :Mr. and Mrs I astonishing to note the num- pool any day in the week would recreation devices. I !
MISH Willa Jean Malone, Lorene Moncrlef. Arch Dobbs. I ber of men who actually go to shock the less modest of the i
opchoppy.! leaving Mrs. Ma- Mrs. T. T. Fillayaw has returned Billy Overstreet of Macclenny' church, and I wish to say here "MODEST." This U merely a
(to spend an Indefinite time to her home in Ashburn Ga., was the week-end guest of his that the most consistent of all case of forming the wrong opinionof SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS a
her parents :Mr.- and Mrs after visiting her son-in-law and cousin, Claude; Johns.J. church-Koeis on the station lit. the what seems' to be wrong but
e Morrison.and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. S. Walker left Captain. The smoking lamp Is in actuality is right, and HS proofof STEAKS CHOPS
Mrs. Geo. Pierce had Yonge for some months. Tuesday to never lit during )tours of worship.No this assertion I wl h to give
.cent guests Mrs. Fierce' Mrs. L. O. Sheffield, now of wo Brooksvllle.I ic at a road camp near I man smokes'\from 9 A. M. to an example of what may be unusual ,
Its;, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mad- Elrod, Ky., but recently of Ft. to His family expect I 11 A. M. on Sunday whether he but by no means could be TEMPTING.: TASTY. SANDWICHES
move after
nd Mrs. E. A. Hick,' a sls- 'I Rug e 1', Hawaii, Is the house month. the tenth of the I Is in church or out on the line. 1 placed In the same category with DELICIOUS HOME: MADE TIES
I might also' add that this Is .
one
.,,11 of Jacksonville, another guest of Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. wrong.I i
Moody Robbins of Bouvler. of the bane regulations that re- am stationed at an Air Sta- rsssrrrrrsrrrrrA
( Mra. '
,
ssee. I Mrs. M. R. Holmes, Jr., of Ten per cent of your "Income quires very little enforcement. tion that Is still under con tnac-
j. P. Segree and daugh- Miami, was a recent guest of her la War Bonds will help to I ask you when a person takes tion. Due to the immediate, & A LUNCHEONETTE F
Nelle, and grandson Mich- I parents-In-law, Mr. and Mrs M. t build the plane and tanks his noon period in the recreationhall shortage of building space, the recreation -
o In Park Theatre Bld ___ ____ Starke Florida
that will ,
Gilford, of Palatka were R. Holmea. Insure defeat of Hitter shooting pool or playing room for the men stationed r.
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Misses Winnie and Emily War- and his Axis partner. ping-pong every day throughout here U "top-side" (UP-

Williams. ren of Wauchula have concludeda I
.., and Mrs. R. P. McLe ndon week's visit with Mrs. Marlon
baby son, Nelson, were re- Crews.
'visitors In Marianna. Little Delores Ann Wainwright,
L. Randall and children, daughter of Mrs. C. W. Wainwright :
and Tony, of Jacksonville had the misfortune to If You are tempted to buy in the Black Marketi i ii
recent guests of, Mr. and break an arm In falling; from' a
j O. Randall.D. swing last Friday. '
Mobley recently visited Buddy Davis received his call
.imily In Sanford for a few to service last Friday and left at >
once for Keesler Field near Biloxl. -
|s. J. B. Johnson of Worth- Miss.
n Springs and son, J. E.n Mrs.Jack Chambers returned i
. of the Naval Air Base Wednesday from hospitalization
Icksonville and Mr. and Mrs. in Thomasville, Ga. Read This !
EDavIs and children Robertad Sgt. Edwin Malone, who has '
Georgia Mae of Worthlngffpilngs been confined in the Govt. Hospital -
\ were recent dinners In Sarasota, is at home on ,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ran- I a 15-day: furlough with his par -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Malone.
f. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Mrs. L. R. Bristol has returned<1,
lien, Kenneth and Harold, from teaching at F. S. W. C. in
last week for a ten day vac'a- Tallahassee for the summer vacation ," .
think hard for thick steak _
jia I Chattahoochee. and with Mr. Bristol will occupy Maybe you you're up a juicy

-Sel Doris and Jimmie Mon- the house recently vacatedby a swimming in rich country butter and smothered with crisp
! left last week to visit relaIn Mr and Mrs. Priest. Mr.
| Bainbridge, Ga.' Priest having recently been calledto _- ,_ frcnch-fried onions. So hard up, you talk yourself into chiseling i
s. H. L. Parker la visiting service the Army and Mrs = than rationed share. ,
more
_
INters, Mrs. M. J. Byne and 'Priest has moved to the home of == your
t C. M.\ Burch In Daytona. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr .
-
b. J. L. CogdUl and Mrs C. and Mrs. J, P. Warren. """"' WellHow .
cDonnell of Gainesville were 'I Mrs Irene B. Whitfield returned U.S about that boy from next door who this very minute is I
Its of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Friday from an extended AR
ndon several days recently. ,visit to her home in Winter Park, crawling on his belly through muck and mire -- just to keep

tried I's. R.after P. Stubbins spending, Sr.severals has cher Machinist's and Mrs.Mate Fancher, Dennis of Fan-the S UpHElD URATION K you free? What if be decided, "The hell with it," and sold out to

In Tallahassee., Naval Base at Ocracroke Island the enemy, too? "
}rs. P. D. Fancher underwent Va., recently visited P. D. Fan- 1 1I
ajor operation last week at char, i I
hide] Hospital. At last re- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone, ;, !;
>, she was holding her own Sgt. Edwin Malone and Pvt. Cur-, '
rations"'are small and ,:
AirPort Army "fighting light they've got to
Jacksonville
doing as well as could be exId. tis Malone of the
Miss Willa Jean Malone, and be when you're on the move from morning till night in this kill f

1 or-be-killed concentrated in
war. They're dehydrated nourishing

biscuit form. i

OFFICE
But you can bet your bottom dollar no dough boy in Uncle

Sam's Army prefers his fighting rations to your rations on the

UPPJL1ES Home Front. ,

Next time you're tempted to deal in "blood money" with a .

Black Market operator compare your fare with that of our' 1

e 5 Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary soldiers who are fighting for you and all America. Mister-.

Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mili \\ yo Missus.- you wouldn't trade places with them, would you?


tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs *

Black Markets in meat, butter, coffee, canned goods, and ,

Account Books Box Files sugar are sapping the strength of America; disrupting our

Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons -T: -- food rationing plan; giving inflation a foothold.
CardboardCard
Desk Blotter Pads

Index Files Your Government has given you the tools to stamp out this
File Folders
Desk Calendars
Gummed Kraft Tape traitorous racket. Here's howl! s

Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
Ink Eraser Mimeo InkShaeffer's '-' 1. Never buy from a dealer who offers *

Legal Blanks Skrlpt in Pints and Legal Quarts Pads J'' rationed food without asking for your

Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
Carbon Paper Second Sheets i ration stamps.

Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
Typewriter Oil and Cleaner 2. Never pay more than the ceiling price.
Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper ii f

Post Duplicate Binders Receipt Paper Books Punches _ I 3. Remember: Before your dealer can reduce


Ring Binders Notebooks SalespadsStenographer's V 4 the point value of any rationed food, in !


Shipping Rubber Type Tags Outfits Merchandise Postal Labels Tags danger of spoiling, he must also reducethe '

Aico-Grip Tabbing _ price at least 25%.
Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink -

Klasp Steel Envelopes Letter-Size "File-Its"Mimeo Styli Rigid penalties have_been sec up by your Government to stamp

And Many Other Items out the Black Market. Penalties for buyers as well as sellers.

4 Fines are 1000. Prison sentences up to ten years. Or both.

ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL "'-. "our Uncle Sam is getting tough. This is war!, j jit

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and Future Callstreeter, Edward Kitty (Hogsed) slack
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SOCIETY and CLUBSTea I OUR SERVICE MEN the !same time and back 'ta

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..._ ......... ..d fr...... are to boys and know they're thinking Historical Note' Mrs,?' Is"
Friday Afternoon Airs. Beasley Hostess Wainwright-Phillips .--....... r mw brloal.a.. ; ... wawa sad gvrvlccto Ie11er.Sr. about us, almost as much as we Colson! Is a direct S
home.
... for Imm %.F ffr m descendant
Honoring Lt. Stump To U. D. C. Members Miss Elizabeth Phillips, daughter MOM are a I BO r-. < .*.'>tl w..lte to tk>* think about them And now Miles Standish an' Billy '
of D. J. Phillips of TheresAand TrI>Krni>h*> rrp..riln jc .vnt. and .h..1.7 to take a quick look at the local real name is CrArt.I
and Mrs. Mrs O. L. Beasley was hostessto of I.terrrt.RECEIVES Colson .
left .
Miss Evelyn Stump N. D. Wuinwrlght. Jr.. son of scene: Hear Jerome Johns Buddy Davy
W. H. Thomson, Jr., entertained the W. T. Weeks Chapter Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright MOTHER'S DAY MESSAGEE. with his fond teacher, Blue :Mae at home to friends at, lilt
COJDIISSIONBruner 11
tea Friday afternoon, from U. D. C.. Wednesday afternoonat : C. whose Ball for a visit at her home In Field Miss ""'"
at a Walnut St. of Starke, were quietly married of Mr. and C Taylor, C. M. 2. Hear
N. Baker Cbh
five to six o'clock, honoring their her home on Monday, May 31, at 9 P. M. at son of Keystone address Is 61, U. S. N. C. B., Co. Lancaster Va. Now don't any Priest has also joined the

sister, Miss Lillian Stump, who Miss Madge Middleton, flrat the home of County Judge J. R. Mrs. Tracy received Baker his commissionIn B, Pit 5, Care Fleet Post Office, of you other Jealous students and Lorraine will make her'::
the
had received the commission of vice-president presided over Townsend at Lake Butler. Judge Heights, Corps on San Francisco Calif., wrote his make wisecracks about "teacher'spet" with Louise an' J, p rte"

2nd-Lt. as Army Nurse; business session and Mrs. EthelM. Townsend performed t b oil ceremony the Quartermaster for mother on Mother's Day in whichhe Answer to request from the duration T"

A profusion of roses and gladioli Biggs transacted her dutiesas and witnesses were Mr.and May 27 and left Tuesday C. where he said. In part: Mrs. R. A. B.: The address Is Powell off to Lee8biZPod J tit<
decoration in secretary. After routine business Camp Sutton, N. 1 lines Julian J. Griffin USS PC 473, the graduation
were used for Mrs. Elbert Smith of Starke the Station "Dear Mother: Just a few exercise ofV
the living room; and In the dining there was a discussion on friends of the couple who were has been assigned to on this day of all days (Mother's USN, care of Fleet Poatofflce, ole' friends And now, tf' ,

room the table was covered the subject of paying the expenses be- attendants at the wedding.. Complement. member of the Day), to say that you are nearer New York N. Y. Buck scuae me, I'll be off to Ib'
to Baker a
centered bya for a young woman Lt. recent week a few of the nice !
cloth and than on Crawford home on a letters
with a lace of for and dearer to me today
the The bride !is a graduate National Guard company
roses. A trained as a Red Cross nurse; local end and attentive to Sadie from khakllads of
choice thatI
silver bowl of class other day In all the year very late .
School In the stationedat any
been
Bradford High
naiad course and fruit sum necessary for this training several years, has remember and I can recall Prince, whom he has Invited to don't you take a hint d@
tempting for the two since November can and
would be $200. The decision was of 1939 and past Camp Blending altar same? .
served to the manyguests. few. The Chaplain preached accompany him on an pilgrimage
were
punch been at thelocal his commission quite a
employe
has an received
of committeeand years 1940. He
to left In the hands a la .
presented when the won
The hostess Bell on Mothers and their trust in war
later. office of the Southern direct appointmentfrom -tarwn.
will be made by
the honor guest a gift suitableto report what Telephone Co. Mr. Wainwright, the Fourth Service Command their children, and he sure did a Later they left from the same
occasion. Reports were given as to of it too. He brought station, but traveling In different Junior Woman's
Club
the good Job
each member had done to contribute though he had already spent several and was serving as a corporal
Besides the honor guest there effort. i years in the armed forces when advanced to the rank tears to a good many eyes, Including directions-Buck back to Fort

were present Mrs. H. V. Knight, to the war ,of the Country recently received of lieutenant. He states that his my own, and I am hopingby Bragg, and Sadie .southward fora The Junior Woman' Oub.>

K Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. R. A. The following nominating committee another honorable discharge at brother, Tracy'M. Baker, Jr.. has the time another Mothers' Day visit in Ft Lauderdale meet Wednesday night, 1ue1\
Mrs. L. A. 8
Green, MrS, Richard R. Thede, was appointed: the close of nine months' additional completed his basic training as a comes around I will be with you; at o'clock. Hoatesw et1
Mrs. Joe Scanlan Mrs. Arthur N. Davis, Mrs O. W. Roberts :Mrs.: service In the Army spentat pilot at the training school near but (if I am not, I will be fighting A-tl.ket, a-tanket Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Glenn'tI\\ (

Holliday. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, E. K. Perryman. Delegates to Miami Beach. Douglas, Ga. .for the right to call It by its My little yellow gasket and Miss Sara Reed. MlmsJIStump

la Mis Elizabeth Joiner, Miss Ab- attend the state convention next will request a -, I rightful name--Mother's Day." reeked In at the Motor Corps will have charge 01!I
and Mrs. Wainwright
Miss Frances Peek, October: Mrs. O. L. Beaaley session Monday night Jus' in timeto program.
ble Harley transfer to the Southern'BeU' office SPENDS LEAVE IN STARKE
Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. J. W. Mrs. L. F. Chapman; alternates. wUl SERVES AS PAYROLL CLERK see Sara Reed an' Scootle Duke
and Mrs. E. in Jacksonville! and they Francis Blackrnon (Blackl),
k Brownlee, Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. 'A. Z. Adklns make their home in that city. Torode'sChevrolet Blake Jackson, 1st class store- showing the other girls how to i THERESSA
t :Miss Luclle :Mitchell Mrs. Ralph K. Perryman. former Parts 'man at keeper in the U. S. Navy; Is on install a gasket, neatly, but firmly By MM Ida Hags

t' Suesse, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Charles As June 3rd Is the anniversaryof place, recently spent a 12-day leave at the home of Even saw Bess Burns gettinga

H. Allen, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Jefferson Davis' birthday, Mrs. Brock-IIorton the greater part of a 10-day leave his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl bit of that tell-tale grease on Earl GeIger 0 f Cocoa B*.

Mrs. Charles A. Darby Ethel M. Biggs read an Interest Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Horton of from his Marine base at Parris Jackson at Starke. He is .stationed her tapering fingers and declarIng spent the week-end with i 101,

and Mrs. Earl H. Johnson.On ing article ent I tie d "Jefferson Homestead, Fla, announce the Island, S. C., In Starke. He left at Purdue University, La- the whole thing to be great mother, Mrs. J. P. Dlckliuoo:
"
Tuesday, June 1st, Lt. Stump Davis as a Citizen of Mississippi. marriage of their daughter Wava Starke last Sunday. He has been : fayette, Ind. His duties make fun Hear the class will graduate family.:

received order directing her to The chapter adjourned for the Cordelia to Aviation Cadet Charles in the Marines two monthl.Carolyn I him in reality payroll clerk next week Guess they'll Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ral y a\(
Summer vacation period and the Lee Brock, Jr. The wedding) wear coveralls Instead of the :Mr: and Mrs. Pete Roberti tr>

go to the Camp Blandlng Station next meeting will be the first took place April 5 at the home of traditional caps an' gowns business visitors to Keyiti,

Hospital. This wax a most fortunate Wednesday in October. Dr. Everett Smith I n Miami. And speakin' of grada ., Didn't Heights Thursday of last wit

assignment as she I* now The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Mrs. Brock Is a cousin of Miss Callstreet take the current BHS crop longto Mrs. S. R. Swindell wa,vtot3{

near the come of her parents, Biggs and Mrs. Adkins, served Sadie Prince and made many get down to business her daughter, Mrs. W, a RJic*
r
Postmaster and Mr. Fred F. punch and cup cakes. Members friends here while visiting in Gloria Buford has Joined the sales In Starke Wednesday of k

jStump. present' were: Mrs O. W. Roberts, Starke and at the State Farm. force at Canova's, an' Marjorie week.

Mrs., I. B. Cody :Mrs. L. A.,Davis. Gilder is temporarily In the Rita \ Jimmie Swindell hu retaw(
Mrs.. E.- K. Ferryman, Mrs'W. G. Raborn.Anderson Well folks .*,. Now I. know ,Judge," he writes "These out ticket office but will soon embark to Waco Texas where he U Inik

Halle, Mrs A. Z. Adkins Miss how Hedy LaMarr feels, at least here can't compare with the ones) for Blending Lois New- armed forces.

NOTICE Mlddleton, Mrs. L. F. Cbapmanl Miss: Gladys Anderson, daughter from the standpoint of receivingfan at home. They doift have the some chose the S an' '10. and hear I George Packham of Coco

Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs.' 0: L. of Mr and Mrs. Lee Andersonof mall ", .' '.' ,This must have female attendance either. Tel that scads of others have already Beach spent several day of U

Beasley. i Starke, became the bride of been "Write to The Old Folks at( the girls at home to be good tc latched onto Juicy Jobs I I week with his parents, Mr la
AUCTIONSALE W. E. Raborn, Jr., son of W. E. Home Week: Judging from the the boys at the USO and If ''Mrs. W. W. Packham.

Raborn, of Gainesville, at 5 o'- number of notes received In the they're all like me they'll really Pvt. Frank
Sorry to hear that Piney Brown Kelsay of Cu.Blandlng .
clock Sunday afternoon :May 9, last few days from ex-Callstreet- appreciate it. ( Y k n o w, thatdoesn't
is on the sick list now Hopeshe'll spent Wednesday id,
at the home of County JudgeJ. strayed to the far cor sound like the old Sappc
ers, now
his :
soon be In the pink again parents, Mr. and Mrs, A.I
R. Townsend at Lake Butler. ners of the earth And most at a11)). I'll still take Florida
EVERY THURSDAY Nice to see those ole pall Kelsay.
:Mrs. Raborn, originally from opportune little messages they girls in preference to any. 1 I

2:00 P. M. Macclenny. came to Starke about were. I must say What with have developed a healthy respectfor 1
four years ago. Mr. Raborn the summer heat setting in and 1st sergeants. Sincerely,,, -_

Dr. Max Shane drives a bus for the Orange Lines, your favorite columnist: feeling Sappo" .
Inc., ,They will make their home more like sitting under a big oak i

YOU ARE INVITED In Starke. tree, nursing a tall lemonade, Almost In the same mall was a

Optometrist than writing a column of'sprlght. letter from Robert Green who TRAVEL MONEY

COME AND Vernie Faye AndersonMr. ly chatter Sooooo I'll seems to be taking up squatter 11IS

just let the boys do the dirty rights on some little Island in mid.
BRING YOUR STOCK If bother let and Mrs. Lee Anderson of SAFE'
your eyes you work for me this week Pacific "You may have your
: .
them and At the birth of a e1t
examine Starke announce
me you troubles, Carolyn" he says, "but
with giants If you need t....... daughter, Vernie Faye, on May writing your
did ever try
Hugh (Sappo) Ingrain takes his you 1t If YOU CARRY
BAKER COUNTYLIVESTOCK 30'yean experience.Holiday pen in hand to Inform us that column by candlelight with mosquitoes 71 .
and Sundays by.ppolnt..en"'T.L..HON 30.W. 'twas through, the kindly efforts buzzing around your head t.

8..87. S. C. S. Circles of this col. that he an' Bill Long ''I like a swarm of angry hornets? AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQM
No? Then let me enlighten you
Circles of the Woman's Societyof finally got together at Camp

MARKET 401 T'mpie Theatre Building Christian Service of the Methodist Swift, Texas Seems they liv- on said subject. We are rather 1111 Everyone Is on the go thee days-Business TravelersVI'sliii <<

Corner Mam and Monroe Stret-s church will meet Monday ed for two months only about a busy during the day and generaany Workers-Soldiers and Sailors-Visitors to camps-Inducieci

MACCLENNY, FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 1 1 afternoon, June 7, at 3:30 o'clock. mile apart,but didn't have enough have to confine our hours letter -men and women alike.Travel in crowded trains and jammed;

Circle Number One will be entertained data for a reunion until they !writing to the early evening ilil hotels has greatly increased the rtskof lost or stolen traI I fund.
Hutto saw each other's address in these when bugs are on the prowl. Be-
by Mrs. L. S.
ing bitten by the common domestic III Before you start it is a wise precaution to change your
and Mru. T. A. Hunt, at the homeof paragraphs Sappo says he's
mosquito Is one thing but be- I III money into American Express Travelers Cheques. They art
the
the former. Circle Number convinced average persondoesn't chewed by one of the liii spendable anwberelike cash.But unlike cash,if lost or nolco,
ing upon
for
Two will be entertained by Mrs. have enough respect
is refunded in
Miss Co- the infantry, which he believes to fiercest and most carnivorous of I iii your money full.
Titus Olaon and Amy
be as complicated and trickyas I all insects is quite another mat. I ilI Issued in denominations of $10, $20, $5O and f 100. Coat J
jus'
of
pR K will burn be, and the Recreational the place Hall meeting, next any other branch of the service -I ter. There are more bumps on I II liji 7,!for each $10O.Minimum cost 4Oi for $1O to $'0.For wit
at Banks Offices and Railroad StatiC'-,.
to the church. "Think I'll tell you whatwe my arms and legs than there Is liii Express many

W Miss Kate Struth wishes to remind did today and let you Judge I coon In a coon-skin coat AMERICAN EXPRES

STARKE FLA the mothers that it is time for yourself," Sappo writes I L ",
"One of the strangest things
for the Baby Mite Boxes to be -
that ever happened occurred rightIn (TRAVELERS CHEQUESElectrical -
handed in.
Reveille at I 3:30.' This little "
SUN. MON. TUES. our own backyard recently,
-
-
ritual consists of fighting your Robert continues. "While flight'
Ladies AuxiliaryThe into clothes, making beds,
way up
of medium bombers were being refueled
JUNE 6-7-8 Ladies Auxiliary of the general cleaning and falling out the sergeant In charge
,
Presbyterian Church will have its into the company street. After chanced to count them as they i Scoop 1!
this breakfast.: Sumptuous,
came
regular business meeting In the came in and counted only ten. ,
too! At 7 we fell,out with com
Church annex Tuesday afternoon, Later on, as he was making his
bat packs and rifles and marched Many items of merchandise are virtually
June 8. at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wil rounds, checking the refueling, he i
tt0' to an area where we work-prac- unobtainable at present from the wholesale
fred Grono will review the bookon counted off ten and then came'
deb Latin America. .'lice battle maneuvers under sometimes upon a private pouring gasoline i houses. Therefore it is with a great

theo real sometimes simulated into what seemed to be an i deal of pleasure that we announce that we

U'4 Patricia Ann Harper I battle conditions. Today we dug. eleventh bomber. Amazed at this have recently located the following items.

I Just dug. You'd be surprised at discovery, he turned on his flash which are now enroute to Starke and will

al nea 'ent at Pvt. and :Mrs. Leslie H. Harper how long It takes, to dig a really' light and found that the private be on sale this week:

r s now living at Moultrie, Ga., where good fox hole. All morning and I had pumped aver 45 gallon", of
Pvt. Harper Is stationed at Spence all afternoon we dug. At recallit gasoline Into a giant mosquito!"
Field, announce the birth of a was calmly announced that we Electric

jCott daughter; Patricia Ann, May 31. would break all, existing recordson Also received a note from
ctas' t dot a Before her marriage, Mrs.. Harperwas our hike back to camp. At Blake Jackson (Storekeeper 2-c Waffle Irons

Miss Juanita Prevatt of Law- momenta like this you feel quite with the US Navy) evidently

ley. Pvt. Harper la a graduate of certain that you should have written Jus' before he left on the CORDS FOR ELECTRIC
B. H. S. and before entering the chosen service: in the Quarter furlough now being spent in his
-' r ) 1 Army was employed as postal master, but''.the"'cold fact remains old haunts along Call Street IRONS ELECTRIC STOVESOR

+ ys clerk at Camp Blending, -you ARE In the Infantryl- "By the time you read this I will SANDWICH TOASTERS,

L- be reposing in the sunny South," ELECTRIC HOT PLATES
Ration DatesTo ""'ell, we startC'd' the 3-mile Blake wrote. "And, sister, that
1 trek; About half-way back one ain't a bad place to be or to be SANDWICH TOASTERSA

relieve retailers of an "end- of the men in my platoon beganto from. I am still in old Indiana,

of-the-month" buying rush, OPA lag (we were running by now). even If they did try to flood us
made blue steps G, H, and J Two or three of us made halfhearted out. The Wabash added a few FewElectric

(processed foods) good through but heroic, offers to extra gallons of aqua ((not so
June 7, and made blue stamps K, carry his pack and rifle. Darn I pura) to Its normal capacity and Fans

L, and :M valid beginning May 24. U-be gave It to met! My heart I bad us all reaching for life belts.I EXTENSION
With all these stamps valid during sank, but I couldn't back out am still in the payroll sectionof CORDS g
POCKET '
the two-week period between now. I took his pack and ran the Navy at Purdue. Yen KNIVES i/

these dates OPA provided an to catch up with the platoon. that's me-Purdue '43, Just like BARBER DUSTERS
'
"overlap" period which Is expected That ,was the most awful experience Hah-vawd '42, you know Under SHEARS COMBS & NECK

to avoid congestion and make I've had In the Infantryyet. this new college training programwe

marketing easier for both buyer Half running, half walking, will soon have a good sized Reels
and retailer. we finally came into the regimental group of service men here and Fishing

Sfam'ngar.wd. Meat stamps and the sugar and area where we had to well be as busy al Chief Alvarezon And Rods
coffee stamps will still expire May slow down 'and'"'march at atten a Saturday night Thereare .

30 and 31, respectively. The next tion. I never was so glad to see I lots of us who would Ire to HARMONICASAND

coffee stamp (24)will have to anything in all ,my life. Another get outside of the USA and Into OTHER
last only one month, instead of hundred yards and I know I the real SEVERAL
scrap, but appeals ITEMS
-lent JY.i five weeks. Sugar stamp 13 becomes would have passed out cold. We are HARD-TO-GET
Jf& McEAT vAWN KIIT$ valid June 1 and _will be were too tired to hear the C. a.'. of no avail), so we grin and bearIt.

good for five pounds of sugar commendation and staggered into But we do hope that the folks

through August IS. barracks and collapsed on any back home won't' think we are Watch our show window

( Stamps 13 and 16 In War Ration and everything convenient. We're sitting here safe on our own ac-
d Book One became valid May pretty proud of what Walter Win- cord. : r
+ I 1ue 24 for five pounds of canning chell said about us. These were Maybe some day they will -

11 sugar each, enough for 40 quarts his words: 'Camp Swift since enlist enough WAVES to replace

aa+at of canned fruit per person. the coming of 'the Division, us and let us take a crack at Father's
.....a. rrrn Day Is June 20
Stamp 18 in Book One will become has the toughest. training schedule Hitler Incidentally I passed my .
valid for a pair of shoes on anywhere!' tests for first class See
Also June 16.Red but have to Our Gifts And Cards

stamp J (meats and fats Sappo's letter also contained wait a few week until I put in

COMEDY &.LATEST WAR NEWS will be valid throughout June. lice compliment for the local a little more time. Give my regards Koch

Red stamp K becomes valid May LJSO's "They should be very to all my friends that I do Drug StoreI

I 30 proud of themselves if I'm any not get to see when' home.-Ex




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BITS of LOCAL she had been visiting her son-in- 'Mills whose residence la Sparta dent Case No. 1411 tiff seek divorce and custody of
r NEWS Tennessee ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Children Bradford County Telegraph *
I law and Mr. Mrs.S. .
daughter, and You are required to appear on NOTICE TO APPEAR shall publish this Order In
__ D. Phillips Dose Sara Barefoot July 6th.. 141, In the above named. STATE OF FLORIDA to. Ann next four weekly IssueaWitness ,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I Maria DeCoudres, whose residenceIs my hand and official
remained in Tallahassee fora seal. at Htarke, .Florida this June
seeks divorce. Bradford C o u nty 22U Mane Street Marten Ohio
)Edward Burns mad ag burg visiting Mr. Holllday's father spent the past school term at longer visit. Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn You are required% to appear. on 3rd. 1943.

| trip to Gainesville Sat- and mother. Lt. and :Mrs Martin. Young Harris Junior College, at Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson and Mrs next four my weekly hand (Mimes.Witness and ..official. eil Julv. Court 6th,and 1043) cause In the wherein above ""A""j A. Clerk of A. said J. Thomas Court.,

Mr. Holliday Is in the U. S. Naval Young Harris, Ga., was here this W. L. Wall spent Saturday In seal at Starke, Florida this. May tiff seeks divorce. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL)

Glen Duke and Reserve, stationed at the Naval week visiting! his uncle and 311. 1943.OFFICIAT.t Telegraph. shall publish thin Knight A Knight, Starke Florida
and 10<1\8. aunt Gainesville with their sister, Mrs ( SEAA. J. Thomas, In next four weekly Issues.Witness I Altys. for Plf. e.4 4t 6.23SELLING
Gall, spent Sunday in Air Station In Jacksonville. His Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sew I'll. S. T Dell. Aa Clerk of said Court. my hand and ul'Il..r'l
ter, wife Is the former :Miss Hope J. S' Harrison Jacksonville. Klnr- seal. st. Hlark. Florida, thin I
Ille.s Mrs. E. S. Dowling went to Mrs. L. F. DinkIns and daughter Ida, Att). fur Plf. e-4 41 ttUiIN ,,3'd. 1943.tUFFICIAI.! .
Sewell Haynes Jacksonville Tuesday and while in Joan and Mrs. A. O. Andreu I. SEAL': ) A. J. Thomas.
Virginia
where she Miss Dot Coburn and Miss Ger- the In Jacksonville. ('IH't IF fotHr. lilt \uroiiiMi > Aa Clerk of said Court.William .
for Frostproof city is the guest of her spent Saturday ('ill .....OHna" i> tn">- D. !Morgan, Jaek.nnvlll.1Florida
y friends. tie Carnes of Jacksonville were brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs Morris Cannon of Waldo I'lk1'. \ Ally fur I'lf. a-4 4t 0-8J:

L ilsit Dew left today for week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Godbold. substitute cleric,,In,, the local post- Nellie Mae Ihonins Craft. Craft Plaintiff Jr. Defendant. vs.Rlrhard EVERYTHINGTWO

.Arline E. H. Johnson, at the home of office attended the funeral Tuesday .. IV <<'II\lTIT (1'4)1'RT Hit MtKOMIIOivri.
Case N. !4i"'l
City where she will at- Mrs Harris Baer, for the past (.' '. FLORIUAI IV: tllV 'I
York Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.O. ORDER UP' PUHL1CATIONAND
several months Home Service of her husband's half-brother 4<< Kill.
school.ge NOTICE TO APPEAR .T. B. Proctor, Plaintiff vs. Fredla
has re- L. Haynes, Jr., who has Secretary of the Bradford County Melvin Cannon .of Jacksonville STATE OF FLORIDA to RichardThomas Proctor Defendant, Case No. 2417.OHI'E .
B. K. PerrYman He died Monday morning In Jack- Craft" Jr., whose resilience R OF PUBLICATIONAND
just completed his first of
year of the American Red
Chapter
four days Is Ht. a Box 678. Charleston, South NOTICE TO APPEAR
dafter spending pre-dental course at Emory JunIor Cross, has been transferred to sonville and was buried at 2:30P. Carolina.You STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fredla ELECTRIC COOLERS
ants Ga. :M. Tuesday near Chiefland In are required to appear on Proctor whose residence la. Un-
College, Oxford Ga., has arrived the same wprk at Tullahoma, July 6th., 143 In the above named

is A. J. Thomas and daugh- here for a 10-day vacation Tenn., to be near her husband Levy County. He was 68 years Court and cause, wherein plaintiff known.You are required to appear on TWO
JMI8 Clarice Thomas, spent : seeks" divorce., Bradford CountyTelegraph July 6th, 14.1, In the above named '
before returning to Oxford for who is in the Army. Mrs. Chris old.C. shall publish this* Order Court and cause wherein plaintiff '"
Say afternoon In Gainesville.C the summer term. 'tine Drake also an "army wife," T. Sabine 'owner of the Sa- In neit four weekly Isisuea.Witness seeks divorce. Bradford County ICE COOLERS ;

Hobbs 1s attending the Thomas Griffin Hitch who lea has taken her place In the local bine Bakery la ..Starke, and his at Starke my, hand Florida and, this officialseal May, Telegraph In ;next; four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. Order \
Institute a t wife who lives In Jacksonville 31st 143.OFFICIAL! .
Bible hand and official j jI
Fails student at position. my
Emory University
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Aa .. TWO
Florida this June
returned May 30 from Seymour, I seal at Htarke, ,
a, Ga. Atlanta, Ga., is expected to arrive Mrs. A. H. Hall and daughter. Clerk of said ...ort. I Jrd 194SOFFICIAL. I
for Ind., where they went to see T. Frank Landrum Stsrke, Florida 8KAL) A. J. ThomaaAN
Starke-BIandlng here tomorrow for ( SHOW CASES
a three Sharon are visiting! relatives in
ne to wing. bestowed their Ally for Plf. tiU lI.n Clerk of sold Court.
upon son,
tailoring and better cleanOppoatte weeks vacation with his mother, Jacktonvllle this week. William I D. Morgan, Jacksonville,
? Park Theatre Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Tommy la Mrs. Tillman Hutto and baby George Sabine. He was commissioned IV riHCtir COI HT. IIH CIFORUCu1.T1. Florida;: : Atty. fur Plf. 6-4 4t 6-2S
a 2nd lieutenant in the << PL.OHIIIII IV tll \- AND ALL NOVELTIESAND I
_' H. Smith, an engineer with studying medicine and when he' son, Tillman Jr., Mrs. M. C. Army Air Corps and is POtll>
Marine. Is spending returns to the University on July Wells and Miss! Leecy Denmark, now John Richard Ourr Plaintiff vs. 1'.1j'I'V.' Fl.Ollllttl IV tll "V- COSMETICS
ferchant spending a 10-day leave with his Laura Uladya U u r r. efendant. I'KHV.Adeline .
fcnth with hi 'wife and chll- 1, he will belong to Uncle Sam. all of Jacksonville, were guests parents In Jacksonville. Case Nn. 3407.ORDEH Hchultx. Plaintiff vs. Carl

Jat their home near Hampton. Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake : Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. NOTICE OK! PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR A.2416 He hulls. Defendant. Case No I

been on overseas duty for Butler spent Tuesday here as the Hutto. STATE OF FIX IUDA to: Laura ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
is I NOTICR OP ITNTKNTIOV TO Ourr whose residence la Unknown.You APPEAR
months. guest of her niece Mr R. A. ,Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker are AND NOTICE TO
art 15 HKOIKIKH FICTiriOlM NAME arefequirnl to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to CarlA
Misses Mar- Thomas.Mr. visiting Mr. Tucker's parents Mr. Notice In hereby given that the July 6th., 11141. In the above named Rchulta whose address. la rlo| The LARRY'S PLACE
?.. calvin Johns I Mrs. Undersigned under the provlslona Court and cause wherein plaintiff: World uf Today "Show Omaha, j
Bite and Georgia Gilpin and and Mrs. T. J. Griffin have and J. C. Tucker, In Sparta of Chapter 1053. Laws of Florida, seeks" divorce. Bradford L o myTelegraph Nebraska.You BOOMTOWN
Wls. Acts or 141, will I rearlHter with shall publish this OrderIn are required to appear on
I Gilpln are spending a twos' received a letter f om their son- Miss the Clerk of the Circuit I Court In next four weekly laisues. July 6th., 141 In the above named
vacation In Senath Mo., in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Jewell Powell left Mon- and tor Bradford County, Florida, Witness my hand and official, Court and cause wherein plain..
day for a visit with friends in the flctltloue name of Wonder GlftShop seal. at Htarke Florida thla May31st
f the parents of MrsJohns, C. C. Mendoza, stating that they under which we are engaged 1943.UFFICIAL.
land Mrs. B. F. Glasgow. had been moved from Midland, Leesburg and Clermont. She will and doing bualneiia at 114 Ho ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .,,.
also attend the $ 8Urke Bradford Aa Clerk of said ,Court
graduation exercises Thompson I., ,
J. M. Barefoot spent. Sunday Texas to San Antonio. Lt. Men I County Florida.That T. Frank Lundrum, Starke. Florida
with his brother, doza Is a doctor in the Air Corps. of the high schools in both the ald bunlness le owned Ally, for Plf. t-4 41 8.81,
BPanderson places. and operated by the following Interested -

|F. Barefoot. Bobby Biggs, who for the past' Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and parties: w. T. itudd. OTK'K OK APPI.K'ATIOV 2fcIVrmlCoU /
..
F. .
Starke. FOR TAX: HEEDaeaate
school term has been studentat
I sa Marian Love of HomosaasaIngs a daughters returned Sunday aftera At Starke, Bradford County, Flor- lllll No. teal ,

Is the guest this week of Gordon Military Institute at ten-day visit with Mrs. Land- ida thle S8th day. of May 143. NOTICE IS HEREBY! U1VKN.
.
6.36t 6-1S .
Barnesvllle Ga. returned home That F. M Packham holder of Tai
fees Pat and Carolyn Keen. rum'. parents in Jacksonville Certificates numbered respectively
J will accompanied home Wednesday for the Summer vaca Friends of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee IN omrrrr<< <(<;nr.COI BI140FOIIO (2 and: *8 Issued 4th day of July;
'MTV. FLOHIUAt IN CHAN.CKHV. A. D. 19HI. No. 174 Issued' 2nd, I
tion.
day by the Misses Keen who will be glad to know that she has day of September A. n. 1040. Num. .

B visit her there. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. returned to her home after spending Lossle Beard Plaintiff v. Hubbard her 110 Issued the 4th day of July .. '
Beard, ('ass 13. A. D. 194S. Number 264)) Issued II.. "
illy Colaon haa 'completed his Misses Daphne Norman. Gayle two weeks in St. Luke's hospital ORI> rnp'ntpu r.jidJ? 2nd. day of September A. D. 111'16. I ,

ihanical course at Camp Roo e- and Virginia Sewell, went Wed as a result of a major op- STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA! TO APPEAR to: Hubbard. Numbered. the 211 2nd., 834 day a46 of, 371 HeptembeiA. and 371Issued ",I '

| near Ocala and left Monday nesday afternoon to visit friends eration.E. heard whose retldepe. !. Faluun, U. 140. has filed same In mi ,
Mich. for and relatives in Lakeland and North Carolina.. office and hue made .appllcatlmfor
Birmingham, an M. Davis spent Monday aft- :
You are required to appear on Tax Deed to be Issued thereon ,
fended visit'with hU" brother- Leesburg, but will return home ernoon In Gainesville visiting his July 6th., 1943 In the above named Maid certificates embrace the following i

wand sister, Mr., and Mrs. today. aunt Mrs. W..1. McCormack whois Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I described. properties In the.
seeks divorce. Bradford C o u nty County of Bradford. mate! of Flor
|J. Wilt. Mr. ,Wilt live at J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg spent ill. Telegraph shall publish thus OrderIn Ids. lo-wlf ,
of NEW Sec. J3 Twp. T N. R t ,
next four weekly Issues. NH
commutes
Ingham and to several days here this week visitIng Capt and Mrs John M. McMH Witness my hand, and official 21 K.! so Acrea, more 01 "

fctlac where he has a position Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Ian and twin eons of Penney seal at Htarke. Florida this June less Is No.embrace 83 under said Certl'flrate .i 1

t defense plant. He has prod Mrs. Luther Blackman and Mrs.., Farms were dinner guests Sunday (tat 1943.OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas. Lot 26 In Woodlawn S..c. 15 Twp ,
to secure Blllle a positionthe of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. A. Clerk of said Court B H. R 22 E) containing 10 Acres. 1
Elmo Arcella of Miami were hereThursday J. 8. Harrison Jacksonville, Flor. more or le.s.. Is. embraced under ompany, Lone Island City, N. Y. '
same factory. and visiting Mrs. Henry Schell of Lake But ida Atty. for fit. 4.4 4t 9.36 aid Certificate No. 99.
lira. Carrie Ingram and Mrs. Friday ler is visiting Mrs. W. J. Epper Lot I of ilk a Town of r..wt..vW Jacksonville
Mrs. Arcella's aunt Mrs. S. S. IV C.H<'I'.T <(<'01 II'''. HMAIIFOHU of Ity.. Sec. 23 Twp. 6 a. R liK Franchise Bottler Pepal-Cola Bottling; Co., of
H. Hardin spent yesterday In Mrs. son, Sr.. and Mrs. George Anderson. 'OI''IITV, KLOHIDtl IX CMAN- ., Is embraced under said certificate -
Bowling and grandmother,
Ikwnville.llr. CKItY. No. 174.
W. S. Stroman. Myrtle Phillips. Plaintiff v.. Harry KKVi of NW% Ex' 14 A In KK:
and Mrs. Arthur Holliday A. Z. Adkins, Jr., arrived here Defendant. Ca. No. Cor M...,. 24 Twp. t H. It 23 E., con-
nt the week-end In St. Peters- James Edward Cottrell, who this week to spend a short furlough s4l.ORDER 14UhIllIP" taming 28 acres., mole or less In.
OF IMPLICATION embraced under salt, CertificateNo.
with his parents, Judge and ANU NOTICE TO APPEAR 120.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. STATE OF FLORIDA tos: Harry Lot 1* East T.awtey Is embraced.
1. Phillips, whoRe addreaa la cu| under said )Certificate No. 254. '
NAT SEZ: Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr., of Auburn,, 101 Wcntfleld Street KV of SE% of SEH Ex H 4ZOFt
Alabama arrived this week for a t1'etIU.: South Carolina.You -13V, A., H..... 27 Twp. 6 M. H.
are required to appear on 23 E)., containing 14 Acres. more or Midnight Sat., Sunday, Monday June 6 7
I read a little Joke in Raider'sDigest two weeks visit with her parents, July 6th. 143 In the above named less. la embraced under said Certificate
,
the other day that: prows Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffHeeka I No. Sit. tww- "
divorce. Bradford C o u nty NEW: of 8KV4", Sec 4 Twp. 7 R. R. .,' ; : ',"j.
that conservation Kn't just newfttngleU Mrs. Ethel Biggs spent last Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn 22 E., containing 40 acres, more or p.

idea' brought ,on by the week-end In St. Augustine with next four weekly; Issues.' less, Is. embraced. "under said cer I f 'SOil9Srty
: I L
+ 'Ip Witness. my' hand and ottlcialseal tlflcnte No. 334. lrtty2'
war.. It eens that Aunt Sally I her mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin at Starke, Florida, this Jun. Rr' ", of NEt, Beo. SO Twp. oJ. H:. StgfSel:
had lived ber We In a Maine She was accompanied home by let 1941. 13 IS, containing 40 Acres', ,
I OFFICIAL SKAL: A.:1. Thomas or less, I. embraced under a Fruce '
town. Now eke wa dying. She her daughter, Dottie Sue, who hat ( As Clerk of until Court lion of Certificate No. 34(1.NRtt Laughs' Aad I

had lived frugally, and she did i been visiting her grandmother for J. s. Harrison Jacksonville, FlorIda .. of NICK: Nee. 6 Twp. R R R tBeauties'
Atty. for I'lf. 6-4 4t -*6IN 23 E, containing 40 Acres more or '
not change in her last minute 10 days. less.. Is embraced under said Certificate Ta

After asking that .he be burled MI'II. James Fitzpatrick who nun rr <<' ('01 *TY. "'I.OIIIIJ.1 CIIAMDnruthy : 104 of HEV of HW'4 H"c. 6 Twp. r ,
In her beNt satin dress, tine added. for the past two years haa been CI.IIV.. II H. It 22 1':. containing 20 Acres, Rave About t I t f
Brown. Plaintiff, va. Hob- nioie or I.... Is. embraced under .. ,
"It's) full, and before you bury staying in the home of Mrs. F. F.
.rt Blown, Defendant muse No. aid CfrtlflcMte No 170.
me I want you should cut a piece Flume left this week for Aber J41B. The assessment of said properly

out of the buck so you can makea 'peen: Md., to join her husband. ANU ORDER NOTICE OF :PUBLICATION TO APPEAR under In the said name certificate of .Wm Hlade No. ti; theliMsessment was 4 e, '

skirt for Susie. It's good stuff Mrs. R. A. Green has as her STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert of Haiti properly under .
Brown, whose address In Box I44, said certificate. No. UK was In the
and it'll wear. guests this week her mother, Victor, Colorado name of Stanley llrunduge; the JaW Jack

"But, Aunt Sally, you wouldn't Mrs Y. A. Harris, and her aunt,, You are required to appear on assessment of said property under .
meet husband Esther Braswell of Sebas- July 6th., 1941 In the above named said certificate No. 174 was In the
to to Mrs. !
want your
go Wourt and cause, wherein plaintiff I name of It. A. Urlffls. ; the .assess
with the back of jour dress cut tian. Fla. seeks divorce. Bradford C o u myTelegraph ffl.I.J property under said .
to In the name
this Order I was
shall publish
out l"! I exclaimed.AuntSally Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Tues- In next four weekly Issues.. if I'nknown. The assessment of

grinned for the last day in Jacksonville. Witness my hand and official said property under said certificateNo.
seal. st Htarke, Florida, this June 254 was In the name of Gladys
time. "Do a* I tell you. I burredJohh Mrs F. H. Long and daughter, 2nd 1943. Ureen: the assessment of said property

without life Mrs. Richard Thede, spent the (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thom., under said certificate No. Sit
pants"i AllIerk of said Court. was In the name of J. I* Marrellj: i
Kf
.veek-end at Kingsley Lake as the
i, T. Frank Landrum, Sturke.! FloridaAtty the assessment of said property
,
-4 '- >' .f __ In the name of leorar Williams;
Y JfI :arroll. 'oi' HiiAitromtCOI the assessment of said property / .4'
< UK<< i IT <<< nt. Ic oACSOa Y '
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteithand 'TV, "'I.OR."I IM tllAMHollle under said certificate No. 948 was f .4
A 'joy of a Gift t.HV. In the name of Ines tvey 1'ullard :
family and J. :M. Alvarez F. Crnsland. Plaintiff, vs. and the assessment of said prop* ) .4 tt,11OFS
noved Tuesday to their summer Ruth Ann Crosland, defendant. Casa ertv tinder said certificates No. 177
and S79 were In the name of Un.
f tome on Kingsley Lake. NUSTAITB FIXRIDA to: Ruth known.
OF eM5g'Y
fo7 f the' Sweet r : Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, MissMadge Ann Croll land whose residence Is Unless mild Certificates shall he g&
law theProperties
Route No. f. Charleston South redeemed according to k4e
Mlddleton. Mrs. E. L. Mat- described. there In will

hews and daughter, Mary Agnes Crou1KR OF PUBLICATIONAND j to the highest bidder at
4r door the first
E NOTICE TO APTKAR the courthouse on
Girl Graduate pent Thursday in Jacksonvillevhere You are required to appear on I, Monday In the Month of July II4I.!
they attended the Junior July 6th.. 194J. In the above named which I. the 5th, day of July A. I>.
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff' I 1913.
:lIgh Graduation exercises of MissVTaiJorle seeke divorce. Bradford County I Dated this 2nd, day of June A.

Sue Mlddleton. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn r>>>, I'M3OFFICIAL! .
l s.Witness ( SKAF.) A. J. Thomas
weekly u
Mrs L. G. Powell r e urned next four my hand mi" official I Clerk Circuit Court. Hr..d'"r.lCuunty

( Wednesday from a three weeks seal at Htarke. Florida this June Klurlda. 6-4 4t t-28

.Msit in Columbia, S. C. find OFFICIAL 1913. SEAL) A. IN TIIM (Ollir OK TIIH r M'''VTV
Ur Miss Ruth Simpson left last ( An. Clerk' of saidTC.urt. Ji ......:. H It A iiroiiu ('otNrv,
.k.. Florida FLORID ,. IN PIIOIL4'1'r.
dial
l Meek for Marlon Ky., where she T. Frank for Landrum fit. 11-., 4t e.u 1st ret .:....,. nt pb a w0r
Atty. ... ... n1tTM
) ,vill be employed.Fred ._ .%. A. f.rlffls, .) ..
<4IIK-IIT< ('OtIIT. lll l>.rolllTl TO AW. ('HF.I: >ITUHM) AND f KR' -
IV
Dickman left last weekor <(<'01 \ ', "'I.O''UI" (, .IIVLo NOSH MAVIMI CLAIMS fill |"J'|:- y
where he will his MANI AOAINHT HAIW KHTATK rgAlffi
Tampa Join ('I:IIY.
JOYCE 1J00dmlln. Plaintiff VII. Alice You and each of you are hfrehji ?
arents. They have been away t;. Uodman" Defendant. Case No. notified and required to present
'or time but Fred remainedto 3406. any claims. and demands which
j// some ORDER OF' PUBLICATION) you or either of you, may have I
\C complete the school term.J. AND NOTICE TO ". against I the estate of A. A. Orlffls.deceased .
/ R. Colley, fireman for the STATE OF FLORIDA to: 111c.[ late of said County Hiadford to '

...::.-.. ... Santa Fe Railroad running out of E.Unknown.You Uoodman. whose rorlilance. Is County the County Florida Judge, at his of office In -,- Oa$1r wtd. .
< WIUIUI 00SINAC01
Whether ahe'a rri Mo. to Starke are required to appear on the courthouse of said County ut '
"embarking Kansas City, came 1E
6th., 1)44, In the above named Htarke, Florida, within eight calendar Q01' -
> (e J the first of last week to be present Jour July and cause wherein plaintiff months from the tlmn of the GAXTON WRIGHT. ,1( .,
n the lea of life" from high at the graduation of his seek divorce. Bradford Con ntyTelegraph first publication of this nntice.Each ., COLUMBIA
shall publish this OrderIn : claim or demand shall he In A hCTUY'
school or college, shell be daughter Miss Shirley Colley, at next four weekly Issuea. wrltln,... and shall state the placeof v
the Bradford High School, and Witness my hand and official : ..claimant' post office addressof
and shall be swornto
the
Alighted seal at Htarke. Florida, thla MayloVt'IClAL
with thia becauseh .
slip remained over till Friday. by the claimant his .nI..I or Tues.Wed.. Thurs June 8 9 10
will Miss Edna Pearce, student In ( : BEALi A."said curt. his attorney, and any such
'
fit her
and Aertnodera 4 As lerk of or demand not so filed shall be
the Public Health Department at T. Frank Landrum. Htarke. Florida, void. "YOUNG MR. PITT"With

DIode of living, to perfection! Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Ally for i'lf. *-4 4t -HSIV ; Mamie As administratrix E. Orlffls, of the

Th camisole 'baa &1m. i Tenn., arrived in Starke Sunday riRflir 401MT, BH4DPOKUOIVTY. Kslate' of A. A. Urlffls, deceased.. ROBERT DONAT :.
type top I Fl.Olt.IUAl IMtV- e.4 4tit..
for a few days' visit with her (<< .

lid trimming The bUs skirt makeaj '\ mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. HavIng t'EMV.Edna L.. Malkle, plaintiff v.. Oor- If rmrriT <<<'01'HT. HH"HO
('0t 'MTV, KI.OHIUAt H: l'IIAV.
Case'ORDER
W. MalkierL.tendant.,,
j* oat to dab about in. This is already completed her wo k No.lon 1496 -RITZ-
.
as a registered nurse, she lacks OF PUBLICATION Wendell Callls. Plaintiff vs
beauty mad of field work AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Helen K. Callls, Defendant Case.
: gift too. for i h'a only two months STATE OF FLORIDA to: Gordon 140 H19. _,

hat f Barbixoo'a own hmlriousnJOQ before finishing her course In W. Malkle, Plk whose residence Arlington le Vlr-36a7 ORDER NnTI'f OF :Pl'RLICATTONANU TO APPEARSTATE D fl Sun. Mon. June ,,07 .,
Columbia:
Public. Health Nursing.Mr. i .. OF FI>OH1DA I... Helen ''
i Satin Romola. Petal or and Mrs. E. A. Winkler I You are required to appear on K. Call)., whose resident. Is Koute "GIVE !ME A SAILOR"
namedCourt No. I Box A-314. Manteca, Callforrnla. ,
July 6th.. 1943. In the above
with
business pleasure
\\'Lite. are combining wherein plaintiff .
and cause
Short length, SI-37, In Detroit, Mich. seek. divorce. Bradford C ou ntyTelearaph ron are required to appear on BOil HOPE MARTHA, HAVE I
this Order'iIn July 6th, 1043 In the above named -
Wediam length 34.40.tumor We pay 7e ID for good, clean next four shall weekly publish Issuea.Wttneee Court and cause. wherein plaintiff r t
!
cotton rgs. No trounem wanted. my hand and official seeks divorce. Bradford CountyFelecraph To.... Wed. June 8-9 ,
L aixe 15. ritarke. Florida. this May shall publish this OrderIn
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to Remove button II r a d ford seal at next four weekly issues.

County Telegraph.Mrs. (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, seal Witness at Htarke my Florida hand and, this official June "JOURNEY FOR MAROAREV i i -,
A* Clerk of said Court.
Matilda Ritch of Raiford :I a. Harrison Jacksonville, Florida Ird 1913.IOF'FICIAL MARGARET O' RlEH .
LAKAINE itA
$2.50Sternberg's A. J. ThomasAs ROBERT YOUNG
SEAL)
r and granddaughters, Mrs N. Mc Atty. for flf.:. .-4 4t ,' .UI ( Clerk of said Court. '
of Ralford and Mrs. JaokeonvHi !
Clelland v nun'IT (OIHT. BR UPOHI William I' Morgan
Bertha Shaw and daughter Wllla CO TT. .....011111I" 1HAV- Florida' Ally fur Plf.4 It 8.,1i Thura. Frl. June 10 11

Mae. of Rome. Ga., were visitors 'sRY.r'ha... E.. Mills. Plaintiff, "' VestaJills. II f..N..IT <*'OI;HT. 1I"4""ORU "
to Starke Wednesday.. Defendant. Case : 140(. <<<'OI' OF PUBLICATION IENY.:
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot returned AND ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR W. D.Coudreb! plaintiff. 1

Sunday from Tallahassee where STATE OF FLORIDA tel Vesta "'. Ann Maria UeCoudrea. Deafen-




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BRADFORD COUNTY 1KUBORATB. ? -
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h ) FO1CIt__.,.;.__ : and Future Callstreeter, Edward Kitty (Hogsed) BlartTTT

CLUBS MEN Blake Jackson" the(Adkln.same/ ) Pope time and back la 10....qenjoyln'
I SOCIETY and OUR SERVICE know
_... ..... to hear from the their gettogether'Yrt
.r. nice
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-- -.'- ___.__.______ _.__ .. __. '0 .. __c. D.v.M.t/.rd. to........, bo d r. anw Iaere.t rrrvl.g. Ural5a. Surely and is know they're thinking Historical Note Mr /;
._ p.n. .... Irl..... are rsed.....tU.. boys much as we Colson is a direct i
WainwrightPhillipsMtsa I. ...... sad almost as descend
Mrs. Beasley Hostess ..ep.rae b erl.alrg ........ a.rvIMsets about us Miles ?*
Tea Friday Afternoon b".e. ...a7 Ines And now Standish an' Billy 7
tae them
I
Np ....... write to IseT.r.ar..a. think about '
.. .. to h'
Honoring Lt. Stump To U. D. C. Members Elizabeth Phillips, daugt' .rC' ..1.rep.rting eve.t..d ........1.7 to take a quick look at the local real name Is William Stan, **

ter of D. J. Phillips of Theresa .1 Irler..l.RECEIVES Hear Jerome Johns left Colson Buddy Davl
hostess : II
scene
Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs Mrs. O. I.. Beaaley was Chapter, I 1 and N. D. Wleinwrlght, Jr., son of -. with his fond teacher, Ellie Mae: at home to friends II t i7**
Jr., entertainer to the W. T. Weeks Wainwright :MOTHER'S WAY MESSAGE home In Field, Miss. '
her
W. H. Thomson afternoon Mr. and Mrs. N. D. : : COMMISSION Ball, for a visit at Hear Cbs
from U. D. C., Wednesday: Taylor C. M. 2. C., whose Priest has also It!
C.
at a tea Friday afternoon Walnut St of Starke were quietly married Bruner Baker son of Mr. and E. B. Co. Lancaster Va. Now don't any Joined tin
o'clock honoring their at her home on N. 9 P. M. at address la 61, U. S. N. C. students and Lorraine will
five to six flrat Monday, May 31, at :Mrs. Tracy Baker of Keystone Font Office of you other jealous make her hOlt
sister Ml LIllian Stump whO< Miss Madge Middleton. the home of County Judge J. 1 R. : received, his commissionIn B, Pit. 5, Care Fleet his make wisecracks about "teacher'i with Louise an' J, p Warren
the commission of: vice-president presided over the Judj Heights on San Francisco Calif., wrote from the duration I
Butler.
had received EthelM. Townsend at Lake the Quartermaster Corps whichhe pet" Answer to request 0 Glimpsed
Nurse.A business session, and Mrs, the cer< for mother on Mother' Day, in address ia Powell off to ,1
Army performed Leesburg
Zod-Lt. aa dudes Townsend May 27 and left Tuesday Mrs. R. A. B.: The to ,
her
profusion of roses and glad Biggs transacted business mony and witnesses were Mr. and Camp Button N. C., where he said, in part: lines Julian J. Griff, USS PC 475,,, the graduation exercises Of TV
routine I few
decoration lithe an secretary. After Smith of Stark, Station "Dear Mother: Just a Postoffice ole friend And
oil were used for discussion on Mrs. Elbert haa been assigned to the Mother's USN care of Fleet ,, : now,, If'ot
living room; and In the dinIng there was a friends of the couple, who wet' Complement.Lt. on this day of all days ( New York N. Y. Buck scuse me, I'll be off to sn
covered the subject of paying the expense the Day), to say that you are nearer few of the
room tha table was to be attendants at the wedding. Baker a member of on Crawford home on a recent weekend a nice letter reeel",
lace cloth and centered bj for a young woman i a graduate of Guard company for and dearer to me today than attentive to Sadie from khakllads of late .
with a thum The bride local National thatI and very \\1'don.t
nurse; the
Red Cross In all year .
of choice rose. A trained a* a the cla s been stationedat any other day invited to you take a hint
a silver bowl for this training Bradford High School in several years, baa and I can recall Prince whom be baa and do
salad course and fruit necessary the two since Novem- can remember, altar pilgrimage same? ,
tempting The decision was of 1930 and for past Camp Blending preached accompany him on an
served to the many] would be $200. at tbe received his commission quite a few. The Chaplain la won .' .
punch were tot left In the hand of a committeeand years has been an employe ber 1940. He on Mothers and their trust intheir when the war -carol):
.:, guest The hostess presented miltabl. report wlU be made later, local office of the Southern Bell by direct appointment children, and he sure did a Later they left from the same
the honor guest a gift were given as to what Telephone Co. Mr. Walnwrlgh, from the Fourth Service Command of it, too. He brought station but traveling in different Junior Woman's Club
Job
good
n6 to the occasion. Reports had done to contribute though he had already spent ..v- and was serving as a corporal Including directions-Buck back to Fort

Besides the honor guest then each member to the war effort. eral years In the armed, force when advanced to the rank : tears to a own good, and many I am eyes hopingby Bragg and Sadie southward fora The Junior Woman's Club It
It. V KnightMrs. recently receive He stales that his my meet Wednesday night
were present Mrs. of the Country of lieutenant. Mothers' Day visit in Ft. Lauderdale JUIIt] I
com another
Edward Burns Mrs. R. A The following nominating another honorable discharge at bl'other. Tracy M. Baker, Jr., has the time at 8 o'clock. Hostesses
I.. A. be with ; wluh
Mr* around I will you
Green Mrs. Richard R. Thede, mittee was appointed: the close of nine month additional completed his basic training a* a comes AUaketket Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Glenn wand
Robert Mrs I will be fightingfor
O. W. but If I am not,
Scanlan, Mrs. Arthur N Davie Mr service In the Army spec at the training school near Miss Sara Reed. Mini .
Mrs. Joe E. K. Perryman. Delegate to pilot the right to call it by its My little yellow gasket Eve1)]),
Holliday, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, at Miami Beach. Douglas Ga. Stump will have charge of
Motor
the Corps
11; Ab- attend the state convention next rightful name--Mother's Day. Peeked In at !U 1
!,' MIllS Elizabeth Joiner Miss and Mrs. Wainwright will request .- session Monday night Jus' in timeto program.
Mrs. O. I Beaaley -
October *
t Harley Miss Frances Peek, : Southern'Bell office SPENDS LEAVE! IN STAKKK *
bie Mrs. L. F. Chapman; alternates. transfer to the SERVES AS PAYROLL CLERK see Sara Reed an Scootle Duke
Mrs. W. C. Powell Mrs. J. W In Jacksonville, and they wlll Francis Black'mon (Blackle), other how to THERESSABy
Middleton, Mr. 'A. Z. Adkln and Mr. E. Blake Jackson lat class storekeeper showing the girls
' Brownlee, Miss Madge make their home In that city. 'man at Torode's neatly but firmly Miss Ida
! Mr. Ralpb K. Perryman. former Parts In the U. S. Navy: Is on Install a gasket Hagar
Mitchell
Miss Luclle spent the home of Even saw Bess. Burns gettinga
June 3rd Is the anniversaryof Chevrolet place recently a 12-day leave at
Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. Charles A* Earl Geiger o f Cocoa
Buesae, BrockHortonMr. Mrs. Carl bit of that tell-tale grease on Beat'
Mr. and
Mrs. leave his parents
H. Allen Mrs. J. R. Wain- Jefferson Davis birthday the greater part of a 10-day spent the week-end with
f! wright Mrs. Charles A. Darby Ethel M. Biggs read an Interest- and Mr. J. S. Horton of from his Marine base at Parrla Jackson at Starke. He is .stationed her tapering finger and declar- mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson b.:

(. and Mra. Earl H. Johnson.On ing article ent I tIe d "Jefferson Homestead Fla., announce the Island, S. C., in Starke. He left at Purdue University, La- ing the whole thing to be great family.Mr. ,
duties make fun Hear the class will grad-
a Citizen of Mississippi. Way He has been fayette, Ind. His
Lt. Davis a* marriage of their daughter Starke last Sunday.
Tuesday June lit, Stump The chapter adjourned for the Cordelia, to Aviation Cadet Charles In the Marines two months. him In reality payroll clerk. uate next week Guess they'll and Mrs Dan RaJey i-J
received orders directing her to Summer vacation period and the Lee Brock Jr. The wedding, wear coveralls Instead of the Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberti wet\

, : go to the Camp BlandIng Station next meeting will be the first took place April 5 at the home of traditional caps an' gowns t business visitors to Key It ,

Hospital. This Wall a moat for Wednesday In October. Dr. Everett Smith 1 n Miami And speakln of grade ., Didn't Heights Thursday of last week
take the current BHS longto Mrs. S. R. Swindell was vltliia!,
tunate assignment a* aka 1* now The hostess. assisted by Mrs. Mr. Brock la a cousin of Mia II Callstreet crop
served Carolyn : get down to business her daughter Mrs. W. C. Rhoto
parents Blgg and Mrs. Adklns, Sadie Prince and made man;
of her ,
Dome
near' the in Starke
Gloria Buford has joined the sales Wednesday of in
Postmaster and Mr*. Fred F. punch and cup cake Members friend here while visiting In
week.
present were: Mr. O. W. Roberts I Starke and at the State Farm. force at Canova's, an' Marjorie
$!tump. Mrs. I. B.: Cody Mr. L. A. Davis, rider is temporarily in the Ritz \ Jimmie Swindell has return

Mrs.,, E., K. Perryman Mr.,W. O. Raborn-Anderson Well, folk .*.. Now I know I i judge," he write "These out ticket office, but will soon ,embark to Waco Texas where he is. In to

HaUe, Mr. A. Z. Adkln, MUM how Hedy LaMarr feels, at leas ,here can't compare wliJi the one for Blanding Lois New- armed forces.
NOTICEAUCTION Middleton Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Miss Gladys Anderson daughter from the standpoint of receiving; at home. They don't have the< >some chose the 5 an' 10, and hear George Packham of Coco

Mr*. Ethel M. Biggs Mr.' O: U of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Andersoi fan mall .' .' ,." This must have 'female attendance either. Tel hat: scads of others have already Beach spent several days of lit!
Beasley. of Starke, became the bride of been "Write to The Old Folks at the girl at home to be good to etched onto juicy jobs week with his parents, Mr. LM

I W. E. Raborn. Jr., son of W. E Home Week" judging from tbe< I the boys at the USO and If Mr. W. W. Packham.

Raborn of Gainesville at 5 o'- number of note received in the they're all like me they'll really; Sorry to hear that Piney Browns Pvt. Frank Kelsay of (Ca

clock Sunday afternoon :May flat last few day from ex-Callstreet appreciate it. ( Y' k n o w, thai on the sick list. now Hope Blending spent Wednesday wit l!:|

SALE the home of County Judg< era. now strayed to the far corners doesn't sound like the old Sappc he'll soon be in the pink again his parents, )lr. and Mri. X EJ

J. R. Townsend at Lake Butler. of the earth And moat at all). I'll still take Florida Nice to see those ole pals. Kelsay.
EVERY THURSDAY Mr. Raborn, originally fron opportune little messages they girls In preference to any. 1 I

2:00 P. M. Macclenny, came to Starke abou were, I must say What with have developed a healthy respect
four year* ago. Mr. Rabori the summer heat setting in and for 18 t sergeants. Sincerely,,

drive a bus for the Orange Lines, your favorite columnist feeling Sappo" .
Dr. Max Shane eRr
Inc.' They will make their home' more like sitting under a big oak _

YOU ARE INVITED In Starke. tree nursing a t a I 11 lemonade Almost In the name mall was a yNl
Optometrist than writing a column of'sprightly letter from Robert Green who TRAVEL MONEY

COME AND Vernie Faye AndersonMr. chatter Sooooo I'll seems to be taking up squatters
just let the boys do the dirty rights on some little Island in mid-
BRING YOUR STOCK If your eyes bother you Ut and Mrs. Lee Anderson ol work for me this week Pacific "You may have your! IS SAFE. .

me examine them and Rt you Starke announce the birth of 1 a troubles, Carolyn," he says, "but
with giants need th..... Vernie Faye on May
you daughter, Hugh (Sappo) Ingram takes his did you ever try writing your IF YOU CARRY

BAKER COUNTYLIVESTOCK 30'years experience.Holiday 30. pen In hand to inform us that column by candlelight with mos

ana Sunday by appointment. 'twas through, the kindly efforti quitoes buzzing around your head '

'TKLBPHON B-4B7 W. S. C. S. Circles of this col. that he an' Bill Long ,like a swarm of angry hornets? AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUE
together at Camp No? Then let me enlighten you
Circle of the Woman's Society finally got
MARKET 491 Temple Theatre Building of Christian Service of the Methodist Swift Texas Seems they lived on said subject. We are rather Everyone is on the go these days-Business Travelers-VTu

Corner Main and Monroe Streefs church will meet Monday for two months only about a busy during the day and gener Workers-Soldiers and Sailors-Visitors to camps-Inducues

MACCLENNY FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA afternoon, June 7, at 3:30: o'clock mile apart, but didn't have enough ally have to confine our letter -men sad women alike.Travel in crowded trains and jammed

,. Circle Number One will be entertained data for, a reunion until they writing to the early evening hours hotels has greatly increased the risk of lost or stolen trav I funds..
address In these when bugs are on the prowl. BeIng
Mrs. L. S. Huttc saw each other's
by the domestic Before you start it is a wise precaution 10 change your
and Mru. T. A. Hunt at the home paragraph Sappo says he's bitten by is one common thing but. be. money into American Express Travelers Cheques. They are
mosquito
jf the former. Circle Number convinced the average person spendable .nwberelike cash.But unlike cash, if lost or stolen,
of the
Two will be entertained by Mrs, doesn't have enough respect for 'I ing chewed upon by one your money is refunded in full.

Titus Olson and Miss Amy Co- the Infantry which he believes tc 'fiercest and most carnivorous of Issued in denominations of and $100. Cost
all Insects Is quite another mat $10. $20, $50
turn, and the place of meeting be jus' as complicated and trickyas I' ter. There are more bumps on 731 breach $100.Minimum cost .40t for $IO to $50. For ads I,
other branch of the service
rill be the Recreational Hall nexto any
at Banks, Express Offices and Railroad Statical.
and than there ia many
the church. "Think I'll tell you what I.my arms legs
:Miss Kate Struth wishes to remind we did today and let you judge coon In a coon-akin coat AMERICAN'EXPRES

STARKE FLA : the mothers that it is time for yourself" Sappo writes ,
I "One of the strangest things
for the Baby Mite Boxes to be TRAVELERS CHEQUESElectrical
that occurred right
landed in. 1 at-o., ever happened ---
This little
"Reveille "
SUN. MON. TUES. : in our own backyard recently
-
: ritual consists of fighting your Robert continues. "While a flightof
Ladies AuxiliaryThe into clothes, making beds, '
way up
6-7-8 I medium bombers were being re
JUNE Ladles Auxiliary of the general cleaning and falling out fueled the sergeant in charge !

Presbyterian Church will have its into the company street.' After chanced to count them as they Scoop

egular business meeting In the this came breakfast. Sumptuous came in and counted only ten.
too! At 7 we feU ,out with combat
Church: annex Tuesday afternoon, and rifles and marchedto Later on, as he was making his Many items of merchandise are virtually
rune 8. at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wilted packs rounds, checking the refueling he unobtainable at from the whole
Ot present
an area where we workpl'actlce
Grono will review the book counted off ten and then came
fade battle maneuvers under sometimes sale houses. Therefore, it is with a great
Latin America. upon a private pouring gasoline
on
the real sometimes simulated, Into what seemed to be an deal of pleasure that we announce that we

lea Patricia Ann battle conditions. Today we dug. eleventh bomber. Amazed at this have recently located the following items

Iw HarperPvt. lust dug. You'd be surprised at discovery he turned on his flashlight which are now enroute to Starke and will

al hoea tat and Mrs. Leslie H. Harper how long it takes, to dig a really and found that. the privatehad be on sale this week:

o rj S 4 low living at Moulti, Ga., where ;I good fox hole. All morning and pumped Aver 45 gallons of

au vt. Harper Is stationed at Spence all afternoon we dug. At recallIt gasoline into a giant mosquito!"
t Field. announce the birth of a was calmly announced that we El'ectricWaiDe

crashngtgaL 14 laughter; Patricia Ann. May 31. would break all, existing recordson Also received a note from

lefore her marriage, Mrs. Harperas our hike back to camp. At Blake Jackson (Storekeeper 2-c Irons

Miss Juanita Prevatt of Law- moment like this you feel quite with the US Navy) evidently

1 f .t. ... ey. Pvt. Harper is a graduate of : certain: that you should have written jus' before he left on the CORDS FOR ELECTRIC
I. H. S. and before entering the 'ihoaen: service In the Quarter furlough now being spent In his STOVESOR

., Army was employed as postal master,.but'the'cold, fact remain Did haunts along Call Street IRONS ELECTRIC
clerk at Camp Blandlng., -you ARE in the Infantry! "By the time you read this I will SANDWICH TOASTERS,
....
f"N ..- 1 be reposing in the sunny South." ELECTRIC HOT PLATES

t Nation DatesTo Well, we started on the 5-mile Blake wrote. "And. sister that SANDWICH TOASTERSA
rek. About half-way back one tint a bad place to be or to be
relieve retailers of an "end- of. the men In my platoon begano rom. I am still in old Indiana

N 'Mhe-month"' buying rush OPA : lag (we were running by now). even If they did try to flood us FewElectric
hr ; made blue stap G, H, and J Two or three of ua made half- ;ut. The Wabaah added a few

(processed foods) good through carted but heroic offers to extra gallons of aqua (not ao Fans
June 7, and made blue stamps K, carry: his pack and rifle. Darn sure) to its normal capacity and <
L. and M valid beginning May 24. t-be gave it to me! My heart I I Had us all reaching for life belt.. EXTENSION ,CORDS
Vlth all these stamps valid durIng lank, but I couldn't back out I t am still in the payroll section POCKET KNIVES

the two-week period between tow. I took his pack and rano jf the Navy at Purdue. Yeh.

the.. dates OPA provided anverlap" catch up with the platoon lhat's me-Purdue '43, just like BARBER SHEARS, COMBS & NECK DUSTERS
") period which I la expect That was the m08t'.wful exper- Hah-vawd '42, you know. Under :

e(J to avoid congestion and make ence I've1 had in the infantry his new college training program

larketlng easier for both buyer ret.' Half running half walking ve will soon have a good sized (Fishing Reels

and retailer. ve finally came into, the regimental froup of service men here and

l Starring Meat stamps and the sugar and area where we had to we'll be as busy as Chief Alvarezn And Rods

coffee stamps will atlll expire May slow down and' march at atten- a Saturday night There ur
i Q6"o' fJfJiO Zbsaetttt 30 I and 31, respectively. The next lon. I never was so glad to see 1 ire lots of ua who would ITVe to HARMONICASAND

\ offce stamp (24) will have tout nythlng in all rpy life. Another I get outside of the USA and Into I II SEVERAL OTHER
eW1f/ only one month Instead of hundred and I know Irould
MYr / It1YYYE / yards he real scrap but appeals are'of HARD-TO-GET ITEMS
I
five week Sugar stamp 13 be- have passed out cold. We '
,< IU.MdUYYAuIM.KFI11I omes valid June 1 and will beeood were too tired to hear the C. O.'s no avail so we grin and bear

; for five pounds of sugar commendation and staggered into ''It. But we do hope that the folk Watch

I rough August IS.: arrack and collapsed on any ''back home won't think we are our show windows

! ; ; Stamps IS and 16 In War R.tlon .- and everything convenient. Were I sitting here safe on our own ac-

f 3 Book One became valid May retty proud of what Walter Win :ord. Maybe some day they will --
,24 for five pounds of canning hell said about us. These were .
nllat WAVES.
enough to
!, i gar each enough for 40 quarts his words: 'Camp Swift since replaces

, e.aM.rlllller i of T canned fruit per person. lhe coming: of 'the Division and let us take a crack at Father's Day Is June 20

I Stamp 18 in Book One will become ha. the toughest training schedule' iltler. Incidentally I passed my

i Ii, Also valid for a pair of shoes on anywhere! eats for first class, but have to'sit I See Our Gifts And Cards
June 16.Red .
a few weeks until I put lai
stamp J (meat and fat.) Sappn's letter also contained anice
I COMEDY & LATEST WAR NEWS will be valid throughout June.Red compliment for the local &i little more time. Give my regard Koch StoreY

stamp K. becomes valid May 'SO's "They should be very ; >> to all my friends that I do Drug

SO. proud of themselves If I'm any 1I0t get to see when home.-Ex



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BITS of LOCAL NEWS she had been visiting her-son-in-- Mills whose reeidences. Sparta. dant. Case Nn. 241R. tiff seek divorce and custody of

r law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.S. Tennessee.You I ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Children. Bradford County Telegraph *
are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR shall publish this Order In
" D. Phillips. Mian Sara Bare. July nth, 1943 In the above named STATE OF "'LOIIID.oto: Ann next four weekly Issues.
" foot remained In Tallahassee fora Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I I Marlo. LMtCoudren, whose r..ld..1 hand and official I
Edward Burns made a burg visiting Mr. Holiday's father spent the seeks dtvorcw. Bradford C o ti ntyTelegraph ) Hane Street ..r seal r.M.rW: : Florida, this June
past school term at visit. II"a ;; OnI
e Sat- and Lt. longer shall publish thin OrderIn I are required to ..a 3rd., 1943.
ens u'Ip, | to Gainesville mother. and Mrs Martin. Young Harris Junior College, at Mrs. Jon. E. Wilson and Mrs next four weekly Issues.Witness I July 6th.. 1943 In the above A. J. Thomas,
Mr. Holliday is In the U. S. Naval Young my hand and official ed. Court and cause, wherein .nam-I An Clerk of said Court.OFFICIAL .
HarrIs
Reserve Ga., wag here this W. L. Wall spent Saturday In seal at Mtarku, Florida, thin May tiff seeks divorce, tlradfonl ( !SEAL)
j! and Mrs. Glen Duke and stationed at the Naval week visiting his uncle and aunt, Gainesville with their sister' Mrs. 31..t. 1D43.OFFICIAL. 1 Telegraph shall publish this orderIn '' Knight A Knight Starke. Florida
spent Sunday in Air Station in Jacksonville. His Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ''I next four weekly Issues. I I' All,,,. fur I'lf. 6-4 4t '.21
Gail S. T. Dell.
.
Ihter. A. Clerk of said CixirtJ. Witn HM my hnnJ and official.
e/vllle wife Is the former Miss Hope Mrs. E. S. Dowling; went to Mrs. L. F. Dinklns and daughter .8.' Hnrrlnon. Jacksonville, Florida seal! nt Htarke, Florida, this June
for
Haynes. Atty. 1,2L 6.( 41 6-2i 3rd 1943.
'if Virginia Seweli left Wed. Jacksonville Tuesday and while In Joan and Mrs. A. O. Andreu (ol OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas

las Frostproof where she Miss Dot Coburn and Miss Ger- the city la the guest of her spent Saturday In Jacksonville.Mrs. IN cutri IT ('111 It's'. ItH "all'lHtl>> A* Clerk r.f said Court SELLING
ny for tie Carnea of Jacksonville (01 'l'1 e'LOall161 IN 1IIAN. Wllllnni II.tur..n., Jacksonville,
visit friends. were brother In-law and sister, Mr. and Morris Cannon of Waldo, ('.an'. Florida, Atty. for I'lf. tt-4 41 tt-.S. ,

\' Dew-left today for week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Godbold. substitute clerk In the local post- Nellie Ma Craft IMalntlff, vsRichard --- --
EVERYTHINGTWO
I Is A.MM K. H. Johnson at the home of Thomas Craft Jr.. Defendant IN ('IIITtT 4-01'HT. till III'OIl"
City where she will at..chaol. Mrs Harris Baer, for the past office attended .the funeral Tues Pass No. 240l.! .
4'OI IN ftlN-l
VTFI.OH11Ll
York Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. :
ORDER OF PUBLICATION '
day of her hustand's half-brother
.
several months Home Service (KH1.
AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR .
I O. L. Haynes Jr. who has Melvin Cannon .of Jacksonville. :J. H. Proctor Plaintiff vs. Fredla
Perryman has reed Secretary of the Bradford County STATE OK FLORIDA to: Kit-hard Proctor Defendant. Case No. 2417.

die E. K.pending four days just completed his first year of Chapter of the American Red He died Monday! morning in Jack Thomas Is Ht. 3 Craft Box ,678.Jr.,Charleston whose residence, NuuthCarolina. OttiEH OF PUBLICATIONANI '

after pre-dental course at Emory JunIor Cross has been transferred to sonville and was burled at 2:30 NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fredla ELECTRIC COOLERS
alanta, Ga. College Oxford. Ga., has arrived the same W9rk at Tullahoma P. M. Tuesday near Chlefland in You are required to appear on Proctor who.. residence Is Unknown -
and daugh- July 6th., 1943. In the above named
rl. A J. Thomas here for a 10-day vacation Tenn., to be near her husband Levy County. He was 68 years Court and cause wherein plaintiff You. are required. to appear on
Thomas spent Bradford
Ml s'Oarice before returning to Oxford for who is In the Army. Mrs. Christine old.C. Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish this Cou OrderIn nty July 6th., 1943 In the above named TWO

(day afternoon in Gainesville the summer term. Drake, also an "army wife;' T. Sabine. owner of the Sabine next four weekly Issuea. Court seeks' and divorce cause Bradford wherein: County plaintiff ICE COOLERS

i c. Hobbs is attending the Thomas Griffin Ritch who la has taken her place in the local Bakery In:.Starke, and his Witness at Htarke my, hand Florida and, this officialseal May31st Telegraph shall publish this' OrderIn
Bible Institute a t wife, who lives In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
:'oa Falls a student at Emory University position.Mrs. Jacksonville, 1943.OFFICIAL my hand and official
Ga. Atlanta Ga. is to returned May 30 from Seymour, ( SEAL) 'A. J. Thomas. seal at stark., Florida, this June TWO
cane: expected ar- A. H. Hall and daughter, A. Clerk of said Court.
'ome Co rke-Bl.ndlntr for rive here tomorrow for a three Sharon are visiting relatives in Ind., where they went t o see T. Frank Lnndrum. Starke, FloridaAtty 3rd( ', 1943. SEAL) A. J. Thomas i i iOFFICIAL SHOW CASES
for Plf. 8-4 U 6.lb!
tailoring and better cleanOppoHlte weeks vacation with his mother Jacksonville this wE'ek.Mrs. wings bestowed, upon their son,. As Clerk, of said Court.
rI' William D. !Morgan, JackssntvllloFlorida I
Park Theatre. Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Tommy is Tillman Hutto and baby George Sabine. He was commissioned IN ClHCriT COIIIT. lllttllKOIIICOI Ally fur Plf. 6.( 4t 6.2liIV ,
a 2nd lieutenant in the NT". PL.A| IN IH.*>- I AND ALL NOVELTIESAND
H Smith, an engineer with studying medicine and when he son, TUlman Jr., Mrs. M. C. ('9H: "'. 'OFNT
{.
Merchant Marine is spending returns to the University on July Wells and Miss Leecy Denmark Army Air Corps, and I snow John Kit-hard Ourr, Plaintiff vs COI CIIICriT NTY, FI.OIIIIIAl( IIHtOPItlllt. HN- 1 I

onlb, with hla'wife and chll- 1, he will belong to Uncle Sam. all of Jacksonville, were glutsSunday parents spending in a Jacksonville.10-day leave with his Case Laura No.Ulndys 2407.OItDER U u r r, Defendant Adeline CKM1.' Schults. Plaintiff vs. Carl I COSMETICS

at their home near Hampton. ,Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. NOTICE OF" PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR A. Schults. Defendant. Case No.

has been on overseas. duty for Butler spent Tuesday here as the Hutto. STATE OF KLOIUDA to: Laura 2416.OHPKI1 OF PUBLICATION i'

15 months. guest of her niece Mrs. R. A. .-Mr and Mrs. H. E. Tucker are NOTIC-H OP. IWK"TION TOHKUIMTKH Ourr. whose residence la Unknown. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1
past You
; F1CTITIOI NAMN arerequired to appear on
Thomaa. visiting Mr. Tucker's Mr Notice I. July 6th., In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: CarlA LARRY'S PLACE
Calvin Johns. Misses Mar- parents hereby given that theunderalirned 1943 Schults whose address Is clo The
.
l-s and Mrs. J. C. Tucker. In under the provision Court and cause, wherein plaintiff World of Today Show, Omaha.Nebraska. j
,ite and Georgia Gllpln and Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin have Sparta of Chapter 30953. Law. of Florida, seeks divorce. Bradford County .
Wls. Act of 1941, will register with Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn BOOMTOWN:
Gllpln are spending a two received a letter item their son- You are required to sppear on
n Miss Jewell Powell left Mon the Clerk of the Circuit Court In next four weekly Issues July 6th, 194.1 In the above named -
in Senath Mo., in-law and daughter Lt. Mrs.C. .
!ks' vacation and and for Bradford County. Florida, Witness my hand and official Court and cause, wherein plain ''
the parents of Mrs. Johns C. Mendoza, stating that they day for a visit with friends in the fictitious name of Wonder Gift coal at Htarke, Florida, this May
h i r which we arc enaaed Slat 19(3.OFFICIAL.
(;
Leesburg and Clermont. She will :
and Mrs. B. P. Glasgow. had been moved from Midland, dP.d"o : business at lit Hn ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Texas to San Antonio. Lt. Men- also attend the graduation exer Thompson St Starke, Bradford A. Clerk nf said Court
>. )I. Barefoot spent, Sunday clsea of the County Florida. T. Frank Landrum. Starke FloridaAtty
f Sanderson with his brother doia is a doctor In the Air Corps. high schools in both That the Mild buslnes. I. owned for Plf. s-i 41 6.26
places. and operated by the following interested .
f. Barefoot. Bobby Bi g8, who for tie past Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and parties; W. T. ituddStarke XOTIfH OK APPLICATION!

of Homosaasa school term has been a student Fla. FOR TAX IIKKIteajate ; ;
ties Marian Love daughters returned aftera At Stark Bradford Florida .
Sunday County, <" Hill III... DM)
rings Is the guest thin week of at Gordon Military Institute at ten-day visit with Mrs. Landrum' this 28th day. of May 1143. NOTICE! IS HKUKBY U1VKN,
and Carolyn Keen. Barnesvllle Ga., returned home 6-28 4t 6-18 That F. M. Packham holder of Tax
Pat ,
,s.6 parents in Jacksonville. Certificates numbered I
e. will be accompanied home Wednesday for the Summer vaca- Friends of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee IN rmrt'iT coriir. MRAnromirOI'NTV. 52 and: 98 Issued 4th JP.oCfll-.Jr: ;
FLORIDA IN CHAN- A. 1>. 1931 No. 174 Issued 2nd.
who
Misses Keen
day by the ; tion.Mr. will be glad to know that she has CKHY.; day of September A. n. 1040. Number .

Cl I visit her there. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, returned to her home after spending Ixissle Heard Plaintiff v. Hubbard ItO Issued the 4th day of July
Heard Defendant. Cane Nn. 2413. A. D. I93U. Number 254 Issued the
[Billy Colaon baa 'completed his Misses Daphne Norman Gayle two weeks In St. Luke's hos ORDEK o>f PUBLICATION 2nd. day of September A. I>. 1916:

chanlcal course at Camp Roost and Virginia Sewell went Wed pltal as a result of a major op- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Numbered It I. 3341 348, 377 and 87H
STATE OF FLORIDA lot Hubbari Issued the .y of September
and left afternoon to visit friends .
Ocala Monday nesday '
near eration.E. B..rd. whose rasldenu Is Kaluon A. U. 1940 has filed same In my

i Birmingham. Mich., for an and relatives in Lakeland and M. Davis spent Monday afternoon North Carolina.-, lcTUa'P".J' made applicationfor
but'will You arc required to appear on to be Issued thereon.
[tended visit with his brother- Leesburg return home in Gainesville visiting his July 6th.. 1943 In the above named Said certificate embrace the fol

law and sister Mr.. and Mrs. today. aunt Mrs. W. J. McCormack whoIs Court and .eBr':: n plaintiffiieeks I lowing described properties In.. the
divorce C o u nty County of Bradford. State of '-
I J. Wilt. Mr. .Wilt lives at J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg spent ill. Telegraph shall publish this Order ida to-wlt:

limlngham and commutes to Capt. and Mrs. John M. McMil: In next four weeklyaauea.. Nay of NKW Sec. 23 Twp. T N. H.II "
several days here this week visiting Witness my hand and official containing 80 Acres, more or
jcntlac where he has a position Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Ian and twin eons of Penney seal at Htarke, Florida, this June less 1"1 is embraced under said Certi II

i a defense plant. He haa pro- Farms were dinner let 1943. ficate No. 82. III
guests
Mrs. Luther Blackman and Mrs.., Sunday (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas Lot 25 In Woodlawn Sec. II Twp. I
lied to secure Billie a position. of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. A. Clerk of said Court., 1M.. It 22 H., containing 10 Acres,
i the same factory. Elmo ArceUa of Miami were here Mrs Henry Schell of Lake But- J. 8. Harrison. Jucknonvllle, Florida more or less Is embraced under IVpHl-Coli Company, Long Island" City N. Y.
Thursday and Friday visiting Ally for PH. tt-4 4t 6.26 said Certificate No. 98.
Mrs. Carrie Ingram and Mrs. ler is visiting Mrs W. J. Epperson Lot 2 of lilk 3 Town of Lawtev

L H. Hardin spent yesterday In Mrs. Arcella's aunt Mrs S. S. Sr. and Mrs. George Anderson. IV CIH4TIT' ('01 MT. BHAMFOIIIJ W of Ky.. Sec. 29 Twp. 6 N. It 22 Franchise Bottlers Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville
CHANIKKV. Is embraced under said certificate -
Dowllng and grandmother Mrs. ('Ol'iSTY KLOHIUtl IN ? I
icktonville. No. 174 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holliday W. S. Stroman. A. Z. Adklns Jr. arrived here Myrtle Phillip. Plaintiff vs. HarryI. ME'4'( of NWV4\ Ex 14 A In 8R i
Phillips, defendant. Case No. Cor Sea 24 Twp. 1It.\ K 22 E.. con
rent> the week-end in St. Peters James Edward Cottrell who this week to spend a short furlough taining" 2It: acres, more or less Is
with his 2412.ORDER Of PUBLICATION embraced under said Certificate THEATRE
parents Judge and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR! No. ItO.
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns1. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harry Lot IS East T.awtey I. embraced I 'L1j; STARKE

SEZ Mrs. B. A. Jr. of I.. Phillips, whose address I. co| under said Certificate No. 2G4.EV4 .
NAT Pope
: Auburn Mother 101 Wtmtfleld Street of HE'14 of KR14 Ex H 420V
Alabama arrived this week for a Ureenvllle, South Carolina.You *-U'/ii A., II..... 27 Twp. B H. K
I read a little Joke In Header's two weeks visit with her' are required to appear on 22 K.. containing Acres, more or Midnight Sat. Sunday, Monday June 6 7
parents July 6th., 1943, In the above named. less, la embraced under said Certificate
I>lKe t the other day that: prove Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Court and <.. wherein plaintiffseek. I No. 911.NEV -- ,'
.e'ur' of 8K Sen. 4 T H. R I" "
conservatism Isn't Just a newjfangled Mrs. Ethel divorce. CountyTelegraph ( \% Twp. '" f,
that Biggs last \
spent 'J'I
shall, publish this OrderIn 22 15., containing acres, more or : ,
\. 0' *.)Idea brouftlU Analby the week-end in St. Augustine with next four weekly I Issues.Witness less, Is embraced 'under said cur.tlflcate {

/L war.. It teem thai Sally her mother Mrs. O. J. Griffin. my' lUnd and official No. S34. H 'StdrvSongs; ) ';
seal at "Utarke, Florida, this June Niltt of NK r..Io'.ol Twp. J. ; ,
had lived her life in a Maine She was accompanied home by 1st 1943. R 23 K., o Acres, .: M cuv ,
t0L'FLCIAL SEA) A. J. Thomas. or Ie... In embraced under a Fraction
town. N_' abe wa dying. She her daughter Dottie Sue, who has As Clerk of said Court.J. of Certificate No. 346.NK14 i Laughs, And 411

had lived frugally, and he did been visiting her grandmother for S. Harrison, Jacksonville I Flora of NKW' "'ec. S Twp. R It
her last mlnut. t ida. Atty. for Pit. 6.4 4t25 22 E. containing 40 Acres more or
not change in 10 days.
less Is embraced under said Certificate Beoutles'J
After asking that she be burled Mr"*. James Fitzpatrick who IN Clliri IT <. >IHT. HIt ..FOIII. : No. 377.K' .
('01 VTY. KLOHIUAl. CllCKHY. .\!\o- \, of HEll of RWU Sec. t Twp P
In her beat satin drew, she added."It's for the past two years has been 8 H. It 22 K, containing 20 Acres, Rave AbauttpfJanet

full and before you bury staying in the home of Mrs. F. F Dorothy llrown. Plaintiff, v... Hi>l>- more or less, li* einhiaced under ," {
tort Defendant, Case No. said Certificate No. 3tlt.
me I want you should cut a piece Flume left this week for AberUeen 2415. a'own. The assessment of said property .

out of the back so you can make : Md., to Join her husband. ORDER OF PUBLICATION under said certificate No. U was
AND NUT ICE TO A"'I' JAn In the name of Wm Hlado; the
a skirt for Susie. It's good Muff Mrs. R. A. Green has as her STATE OF K1XUUUA to: Hubert assessment of said' property under

and it'll wear" guests this week her mother. Hrown. whose uUclresn .IM Box 344. said certificate. No. 9H was In the
Victor, Colorado.You name of Stanley HrundaKe; the
"But Aunt Sally you wouldn'twant Mrs Y. A. Harris and her aunt are required to appear on assessment of said property under

to go to meet your husband Mrs. Esther Braswell of Sebastian July 6th., 1943 In the above named said certificate No. 174 was In thname JackL
.
court and cause, wherein plaintiffcocks of U. A. Clrlffle; the assessment
with the back of jour dress cutout Fla. divorce. Bradford C o u nty of said property under paid $ %

!" I exclaimed. Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Tues Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn certificate No. Ito was In the name
next four weekly Issues.Witness of I'nknown. The assessment ofsaid
Aunt Sally grinned for the last day in Jacksonville. my hand and official property under said certificateNo.

time. "Do as I tell you. I burled Mrs. F. H. Long and daughter seal at Mtarke, .Florida' this June 254 was In the name of Gladys
2nd 1943.OKFJC1AL. preen; the assessment. of said property
John without life pants r* Sire Richard Thede spent the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. under said certificate No. 211 iiv

.veek-end at Kingsley Lake as the As .'l"rk of said Court was In the name of J. I*. Harrell;;
T. Frank l..n'll.um. Sturko Florida, the assessment. of said property
... \ .,. ,J.W' : ,arroll. In the name of leora-e Williams,; +
IN CIHCTIT A of is Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith ('01 NT1. KI.OHIMAl IN. ....."N. said certificate No. 844. was '
Gift
joy
and family and J. 1\(. Alvarez (IK Y.Ilollie In the name of Ines Ivey .Iullard; ;. ;
K. CrnHland, Plaintiff, and the assessment of said
noved Tuesday to their summer Ituth Ann Crosland.. Defendant. Cav: erty under said certificates No. 347and
37* were In the name of Un.
for some on Kingsley Lake. So.STATE 2411. OF FLORIDA to: n..th'l known.
the' Sweet Jr--: : Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Miss I Ann Cropland. whose ... .. unless said. Certificates shall lieredeemed
Itout No. .. Charleston Mouth acc-ordlnc to law the'troperties
'dadge Mlddleton, Mrs. E. L. Mathews described there In will

and daughter Mary Agnes UrMi1ffcit: or PIIDLICATION I he sold to the hlKhest bidder at
Girl Graduate .j In Jacksonville AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the courthouse door on the firstMonday KS
Thursday
'pent You are required to appear. on In the Month of July 1941,
vhere they attended the Junior July 6th., 194J In the above named 'I which Is the 6th., day of July A. P.1B4I. ,,nUr :

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I .
Sigh Graduation exercises of Miss Bucks dlvorcu. Bradford C o u ntyrelvitraph Dated this Jn<1., day of June A.
.VTai-jorle Sue Mlddleton. shall publish this OrderIn D lilt:I.
.yQRLr OFFH-IAl RI AJ.) A. J. Thomas I, )
next four weekly I Issues.Witness ( 1.0
Mrs. L. G. Powell ret turned my hued aim official I Clerk Circuit Court, BradfordCounly

Wednesday from a three weeks I. seal nt Stark, Florida, this JunelUFFlClJtl Florida. 8-4 4t 6-2A '

Islt in Columbia S. C. 1Incl.( P43. SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, I* 'r...: ('.,!HT Of TIIK (rNTV 9 1 1Nj
Alias Ruth Simpson left last As Clerk of said Court .11 U.1e:. H II A IFOII ll .01 .NTY,

week for Marlon Ky., where she T. Frank for I.Nn"rum.Plf. Htarkc 6... Florida 4t 6-316 !.KI.OMIKt.ret .:....t.IV nl i'lKHItTK. 3; t "Ood"'

)f vill be employed.Fred Atty.. .\. .\. (.rlffls. Ueresjsed.TO +nl' dub dY n/obi
AND PKK.
FOHIt ALL CItELITO/tS
Dick man left last weekor .<>(!IMC-lIT NT), ..I./U1 t1H1.6 ".H !\o- HOSHlAVIS... CLAIMS fll l)l-- .

JOYCE : Tampa where he will join his ('IR1'; MAM! AGAINST HAIl KMTATK.
Louls Goodman Plaintiff v... Alice You and oath of you are hereby
arents. They have been away'or "i. Uodman Usfendant. Case No.OF' notified and required' to presentany
jiWhether some time but Fred remainedto 3(06.: claims and demands which iIAE'
9p ORDER PUBLICATIONANO you, or either of you, may have
g complete the school term.J. NOTICE TO APPEAR against the estate of A. A. llrlffls.dxceaHcd .
R. Coley) fireman for the STATE OF FIX3H1DA to: Alice I lute of said County to
E. Goodman, whose residence Is the of Hratlford
Santa Fe Railroad running out of Unknown. County,u'ir..rli; .d"1 his office In ONOf gY '

she's "embarking Kansas City Mo., came to Starke You are required. to appear on the courthouse nf said County at $ WILLIAM COBINA

.on the sea of life" from high '((iE: J the first of last week to be present July Court 6th.and. 1943.cause In wherein the above plaintiff named Htarke months Florida from, within the time eight of calendar the- COIF ? %%L" 'GAXTON a WRIGHTa; .

at the graduation of his seeks. divorce. Bradford Cou nty first publication nf this notice. ,
school I I Imode Telegraph. shall publish this Order Each! claim or demand shall be In ..".. ,' A GOUIMeIA 11C VA1'
or college, shell be'cfe1ipted daughter Miss Shirley Colley at in next four weekly Issues. : writing. and shall state the placeof
the Bradford High School and Witness my hand and officials : residence. and post office addressof
I with this slip because al at Htarke, Florida, this May the claimant and shall be swornto
remained over till Friday. 1913. by the claimant his agent or
26th June 8-9-10
It OFklClA'l J. Thomas, hie attorney. and: anv such claim Tues. Wed. Thurs. -
will fit for and her modern Miss Edna Pearce student In ( HEAD A.
I I As Clerk of said Court. or demand not so filed shall be
J
the Public Health Department at T. Frank Landrum Htarke, Florida, void. "YOUNG MR. PITT"
of living, to perfection. Vanderbilt University Nashville 'Atty. for Plf. 6.. 4t -25: Mamie E. Orlff''..
_____ As administratrix of the
Hi* camisole type top IMS firm l Il Tenn., arrived in Starke Sundayfor '!N riHCHT FLONIDAI ""OR" Estate. of A. A. Griffin, deceased.4 With ROBERT DONAT ;
T a few days' visit with her ('01 ST1, ,. CII4N- .. 4t _
lid trimming. The bias skirt makes CEHY.Edna
'
\ mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Hav- I- Malkle, Plaintiff vs. Gordon II IHfl'IT l'o"R'r. IIHtnKOMII
h ing already completed her work W. SlalkiS. ,defendant. CaseOF (01'VTY.' FLOHII)41 IV. til I'M-
{ taIJ to dub about in.,This toi No 2466. c'RY.
as a registered nurse she lacks ORDER, PUBLICATION Otis'Wendrh Callls, Plaintiff vs. -RITZ- ;
l beauty> gift too, for i"', mack only two months of field work AND NOTICK TO APPEAR Gordon Helen K. Callls, Defendant. Case
STATE OF FLORIDA to: No. 2Ut.
>f Barhuon luxurious before finishing her course in W. Malkle, who, residence Is 383tColumbl. ORDER OF Pt'BLICATtON A
own APPEAR P Son. Mon. JnneO, 1
Public Health Nursing.Mr. .. 1'1.... Arlington Vlr- ANn NftTICE TO HelenK. ::4
STATE OF FLORIDA to
"yon Satin Romols.. Petal or : and Mrs. E. A.. Winkler Klnla.You are required to appear on Callls/ whose residence I" R"Ut "GIVE ME A SAILOR" r \

i are combining business with pleasure July 6th.. 1943 In the above namrdCourt No. 1 Box A-314. Manteca, California. 5 ,
I Iw te. Short length. 31.37.Medium and cause, wherein plaintiffseek. .
In Detroit Mich. divorce. Bradford Cou nty You are required to appear on Bon HOPE MARTHA KAYETurs.

i length 3440., We pay To tt> for !good clean Telegraph neat four shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn July Court 6th.,and 1943 cause.In the wherein above plaintiff named (

cotton rug*. No troupers wanted. Witness my hand and official' seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph
June 8-9 ;
Wed. :
L uuior sizes 11 15. this OrderIn -
to shall publish
Remove buttons |i r a d ford ,,-a I at .Itarke, Florida, this MayOF'FICIA'L next four weekly Issues.
1943.
bounty TrVjraph. 3..t.( BEAD A. j. Thomas Witness my hand and officialseal "JOURNEY' FOR :MARGARET"KOIJEKT L.
Htarke Florida, thin JuneOFFICIAL .
Mrs., Matilda Ritch of Ralford A. Clerk of said Court. at ,
$2.50Sternberg'S .1. 8. Harrison Jacksonville, Flor 1949.
granddaughters, Mrs. N. Mc Ida. Atty. for Plf. 6.( 4t 6.26 ( BRAD A. J. Thomas YOUNG L.\KAINE BAY 5IAKOARET O'BRIEN .J
A* Cleric of said Court ;0,';
Clelland of Ralford and Mrs. .
William V. Morgan. JacksnnviiliFlorida
.N rinrriT ('Oi'ler BH I>FOHImi
Bertha shaw and daughter Wiila NTT, FWHIIAI IN. ('H. NChas. Atty. for I'lf. S4t t.tl Thum. Fri. June 10 It ..:

Mae. of Rome Ga., were visitors ('.;."Y.E. Mills. Plaintiff, vs. Vests 11 rtHrrtT (V irnT. nn4i PORi. >

to Starke Wednesday. Mills, txfrndnnt. Case No. 240*. ('Ot'YTV FLOHIO6IV CHANCorbert "THE AVENGERS" I

P. M. Barefoot returned ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( :' .
Mrs. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR W. DeCoudres, Plaintiff
Sunday from Tallahassee where STATE! OF' FLORIDA tui Vesta v.. Ann Maria DeCoudres, Denfen- J JI '41I








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FRIDAY. .
BTABKB, FLOBU .
CXn.1NTY TEL6G8.1PH.
IlKADI"ORD Kell
nn and Mrs. David
Mrs. R. V. Alvarez
SIX Mamie,
Kite Vollie McKinney PINE LEVELBy :Mr. and Mr. J. R. David Kelly
The speaker were Rev. Mrs. Lester son James bade v,
served.
I.F; M SECTIONRural Freddie DoAd of tlid LaXes, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn, Mrs. II. M. McRaeMrs Hall and children, and Miss trip to Lake City Mondayw IHIJ
NEWS Dodd
Robert Witty of Jacksonville and Sampson City: Rev. Freddie Owen McRae of Lake But- Odessa McRae.W. Mrs. Thelma Barnes Of gl
Chaplain Robinson of Camp Blan and others of Keystone Heights ler ipent the week-end'wlth Miss R. Alford and Miss Louise spent Saturday night I with' ub
and Mrs. Hall of Theresa; Rev. Mary of Jacksonville were dinner Robt. Myrick. 'lizJ
Hints For The dIng Those who attended the meeting and Mrs. L. G. Hemmingway, Mr. Odessa McRae. who attendedthe guests of Mrs. Ellen Lowe sundaY'1 Remember the ,

Commonsense Household from out of town werei Mr. and and Mrs. Dave Kelly and and Mrs daugh-Tom Those Union from meeting here at Beaver I j i They were accompanied Level this week-end.service PiIt'
and :Mrs. An- ters of Starke; Mrj Mrs. Alford.
Stewart
:Mrs. Torn Jackson- Jacksonville by I II
,
BUILD UP TilE SOIL CANNING NON-ACID FOODS nie Lewis Brooker: Mr and Mrs.: I I Graves Sampson City: Mr.: and 1 Street Baptist Church and Tom Walker of Auctlla spent A Full line of office
Mr.
'
For canning non-acid vegetables Mrs. Duff Abernathy; of Hampton I II ville, last Friday were: I his niece The Bradford supUllns
with
tha Wesley
Secretary WIckard has said all vegetables except tomatoes Tom Chastaln Mr and Mrs. Mrs. D. G. Kelly and daughter, last week here County ?rtr4hplf
Mr. and and L. A. 'Wynn..-
Andrews,
Hampton; I
conservatloi ...
and
;
productive -
we need and meats, poultry, ---- -II>"' '"'-
and pro cooker. II -- ...A._ -1 --
to help us produce more fish use the pressure ;r- liP""

duce It more practices efficiently.adopted Soil con by; a pressure,, use drying cooker, brining Is not, or available some- ; ...... ...... .. ... .... .. ........ .. ,... : ::' :

servatlon thousands: of farmers during re other other method than canning of preservation for these .. : .

cent years are doing: just that vegetable i 1!;: ;

They are helping the country'lllanda Most Important of all, plan sue'cessive .. t
of the vegetables ; "
fullest possible pro plantings : ,
to give fag needed for dally maximum family '. "." ..,0. ., ,._ "
the nation's ;
.
as
tiN auction, Just turnlnt nutrition and have them to serve .''1- '" '.,, ''''.'"
: ...
are '. C,
shipyards ,
and !
tortes ""J.h
,
.
more generally from the pot .. .C',,.. ( "
rapidly as pos "' ,:
,
wheel as
every ', ,, 'i'.i,_ii''
the can.
fclble. rather than from ,' ., ,, .. .., ;t\: \; \\\1\1'J1 : \,
Is often Yes, plan a generous.,panning ....., .., \ ,'. '" ", .", """ <"" "i"t\:\.,.,';:.)'
conservation i. :: ""
Coil budget, too taking into consider- ', .. : : i. '\ .; ,, '
something; which f aL ..,. ..,.1 ", ,+;! '''" ,:
1 thought of as of times have crop J"', "; '
\ '
ation that we ,. :" .' ; {'B''
the land for the future dh'ecttram 4S R :' j ,r ". "I',) ,g, :",,, 'r\\ ( i :.
will save failures, but plan to use ,J'I. 11" : ,' ; : <
'l '
'>. ( < "
; It Is true that conservation pray the garden as long as grow- -" ",,'!'" ''' '' '' ,,,,,,,'. \.: ,"', ,;, '_, ,,. ',;.;',\"'; ;;" r' ."" :'.';/
J' tlces do save soils for future use ing; conditions permit.If ":\". ''''':' ,1.'''' "'I'' (' 10,1..:; .t'.I., ..,;,q:.,",, ')"_" ,',',.",,,,.,.,' ,,'Ii'ii':!!''., .,., ,\' 'ii; )!
'Q ,
beer .
but at the same time It baa farm family does not owna 'i :" l11./: '" "' : "::1" 'I'M. \ ,. ij '!;\ "
a ,.
1. ,
: '' '
'Jo; ,
that "
again WLs "
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and "
demonstrated time If a Share- "' ,"i' ',''' '':''':
cooker, gee :
pressure a / ", '.' : 'f ,
now -I' ..
help I '' '' A,,,
they are a very present the-Cooker Club cannot be organized } : : .""'''' fq., '', ','
Good farming practices Increase I nth e neighborhood. ,: : 'J' \ ""'l"Z'I': \
: ;: ) \ '
,
g crop yields this year.and hold the Manufacture of pressure cookersIs < '; \ ) ,.,: :" -;,,: :.,. ., ,: ':: :ii }i4'it:: )
.. :
future "
soil tor years.In must be .
limited and new ones 't. :: /: I" (; I; }"" ,
, a study of Florida farms cooperating 'sold where they will serve the $ )'t'y.: ..' : ; : ::,
districts :
, in soil conservation greatest number of people and be f .. ;?iL.r
.. ,
assistant
H. B.. Helms, most continuously in use. / L ,.
pas tate conservationist With the Even with a pressure cooker, ".,:' ..;: ., .
Service, found of '.
Soil ,Conservation the home-maker in these days .
Ei t g. .i,:> '
that smaller acreages yielded tress! strain, and extra long L, .
"
more crops following conservation hours of work will do well to store .. :.' '.
practices than larger acreages did such vegetables as sweet and Irish .11' ." :'..t
beforehand. The survey covered potatoes, .onions and shell beans. 3'u .:" :>,." ". ).

u, 41 farms 1 n Jefferson, Jackson, (See your county or home agent
bda Washington, Holmes, Walton and for assistance) .

Escambia counties.. Important points to rememberin 4 + "
For Instance, cotton acreage canning vegetables are: -- ;,j'"... .

was reduced from 4S8 to I 881 Freshly gathered, firm crisp ..J.f'i ". ..
acres, 16 percent, but yield rose ones only should be used. 4" s;
214 to 246 bales, 38 percent Using Vegetables should be lightly I'l" .

better rotations with cotton preheated before packing for pro- i
and summer leg umes, together cessing. Pre-heatlng shrinks them tIP I
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with Improved strains of cotton, and facilitates packing. Properly ( .::

accounter for the better yields. done, It reduces vitamin losses and ; J '" ,
With corn the story la similar shortens processing time and In- I. .4\\ '

acreage decreased from 2,527 to sures thorough heating to the : ii" : .j'
2,413 acres, yields increased from center of the jar h. ,
2b,844, to 39,642 bushels Crotalaria ., .' .. y. sI
Water In which vegetables are '''''''
rotations were .... .. 'n:
and approved pre-heated must be used for fillIng .. _. ,
credited with Increasing 'the containers. ThIs saves vita- -.....'.....'''''' .... _'.

yields. mins and minerals. For this : ...'
Farmers are pleased with the reason, serve this liquid later,
results, because they can produce either with vegetables or in soups
larger yields on less land, thus and sauces. -
reducing their production labor As soon as each container Is
and their costs per pound or per tiled( place In cooker to exhaust
bushel. and to keep hot while filling remaining
They have considerably Increased Jars. 'When actual canning -
their' acreage to kudzu and begins, make it one smooth
pasture, are harvesting more legume :continuous process. When cookers
seeds and are getting higher filled, process time specifiedfor
Incomes from their woodlands. product.
Fewer idle acres mean that more
acre. are wording at whatever Cockleburs Fatal
to best advantage -
they can produce
To Livestock''

I With s) reports from several farmers I

Cool Storage of recent heavy losses in pigs

from cocklebur poisoning, Dr. M.
Best For Eggs
W. Emmel, State Experiment Sta-

Egg-cooling research studies,, tion veterinarian, has warned all
Florida farmers to their
reported by the U. S..Departmenl protect

of supplies Agriculture of much-needad, show consumption! eggs can I animals Farmers from bringing this poisonous; In pigs plant.for A HIGH HONOR FOR YOUR DAUGHTER

be increased arid the quality Im post-mortem examination recently
proved through.- greater use of reported losses totalling 100 pigs ,
simple cooling equipment on which would have produced 16,000
farms and at collection stations, pounds of much-needed pork'had

Research carried on in Virginiaby they been raised to market size has been Austrian and We who have to win.We who
the Department' Agricultural the Experiment Station worker NAZIS look upon us as a degenerate victorious Nazis to ship only just begun

Research Administration and the said. TilE But they have a great respect for Hungarian girls to the Northern countries. The risk the danger of resting on our new-won laurels

State Station A at g r one t cultural cooperative Experiment stor- many Cockleburs low, moist are now areas sprouting and they In our accomplishments. And, if they win, they result of these unions...unblessed, of course, and considering the job done.

age'room showed a loss of 78 are highly toxic during this stage may decide that we have something in our by matrimony..will not be known for some This is no time to relax. This is the time...

cents period a case in for June a at two-day room holdIng tem-- of half growth.of a pound One-fourth of cocklebur to seedlings one-- blood which they can use in building ,theMtime.. But the Nazis, you must admit, are. not )the' opportune time.-.to do
perature. There'' was no loss In will kill a 60-pound hog anda master race. : above innovation. this war over sooner. '

a refrigeration.single lot of The eggs kept cooperative under small, much pIgs smaller Dr. Emmel amount said.will kill In t For they're great believers in eugenics, these Two, three, four, five years from now they We must' measure up to the job j !

Usually had 75 cases on hand at the seedling stage, the plants are Nazis. They're strong for selective breeding. may ship American girls to some far corner of .

iod this averaged station and three the day holding. If per-all succulent lished by pigs and and tender hogs and, especially are re- > You they may cast aside and put to some ignominious the earth..may select your daughter..if you '

had been held at ream temperature when other pasture plants have task, such as scrubbing the sidewalks relax, if you fail to do your part now. If you

In drop the in actual grade loss from In"extras""rots" and to"trades" I not cockleburs attained pass much from growth.the seedling As or sweeping the streets. But your daughter... say, hopefully, "It can't happen here. We =

would have amounted to stage, however, they become well, if she's young and healthy and strong a can't lose:' .
tougher and also love much of
$87.75 every three days at that I decide can't We can't afford We
their toxicity. Gauleiter with an eye for beauty may No, we lose. to. must
time of year, or nearly $900 a
month. To protect plg4 from cockleburs 'she is a perfect specimen for one of their exnot.. Else all the terrors! all the_degradation, This Ad
that are sprouting, Dr. Emmel ad- Sponsored
Because the management : vised farmers to keep them off perimental camps. all the misery and suffering that have been

Justified thought the the expense experimental, the cooperative work- pasture in which the plants are A high honor for your daughter... loosed upon Europe will be loosed upon us. We .
crowing until the cockleburs The
storage ; are the realm of of all will it.We shall be tIle By Following
built an Insulated egg about 10 Inches in height. Does this seem a story spun in peopls not escape

refrigeration room, cooled, at a by coat mechanical of $856 "With thousands of tons of fantasy? It isn't. It is now happening, all chosen..we shall be the elect..in the Nazi:

which operates at an electricitycost I pork use needed and for with clvilan a good and market military through Europe. The latest experiment of the scheme of things.JACOBS' Starke .Merchants

of $7 a month. The management assured, farmers cannot afford to
it Is profitable to have
says lose pigs thla year from cockle-

some storage form of where cooled eggs or refrigerated must beheld Is bur to poisoning.keep them The off thing pastures to do FRANK'S FINE FOODSBARKSDALE'S DRY GOODS STORE SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE.

1 1-2 days or longer.A .
where cocklebur BEER
are sprouting,
CARL JOHNS
farm STORE
July test on a large the Experiment Station worker
showed that of the eggs stored In lal<1. "We Clothe The Family" CO.BLANDING CENTER Inc.
a burlap-curtain cooler 94.7 percent DENMARK FURNITURE ,
were "extras," and of those F KIN S '
GRAHAM S H A VETERANS
CLUB
LOCKER
stored In a room with no cooling CANOVA PHARMACY
only 63.1 percent were graded By Mrs. Eva StricklandMi
In the curtain-cooler SAM ROSENBERG & SON Kingsley Lake
"extra.
and Mrs. G.,W. Rivers were J. H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler
of moisture from the
evaporation L E.I
LA'S'
business vIsitors t o Gainesville ROGER'S JEWELRY & ARMY
burlap cools the air drawn ;
Wednesday of last week. DRESS SHOP AND SALON
electric G. DUNCAN BEAUTY
through by an fan Pvt. Willie Mumm of Camp STORE ,K. _

11.CIHCtTIT COl'HT. BRADFORD Blanding spent the week-end herewith I Agent for Standard Oil VICTORY INN
C-OI1NTY C.RY.Lucille FI.OHIUAI IN CHAN- friend. THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP

Bell, by Everett Oren, her Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds GUY'S MARKET P. S. STORES 'INC.CARPENTER'jS
Across From Park TheatreHOUSTON'S .
nail frUiui Plaintiff, v* LeRoyB.ln.tenlant. and family spent the week-end ,
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Cane No. 9119.
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND with Mr. and Mr. F, ''T. Aber- SERVICE STATION BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE DRUG STORE
NOTICE TO APPEAR lathy .
STATES OF FLORIDA to: LeRoy ...._ L ., ... '
l'IeU.' whose renldence I. Peneaoola. Mrs. Alta Gaudioso left Tuesday
Florida. Ptaff, and Bs-t.who.LeRoy. present Bell, AddreI. sub <.J.M. .. for New York to spend a few EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY THE BOWLDROME STARKE BEAUTY,SHOP

Co., A. P.: O. 450, Camp Howie, jays with her husband before he
Tex You.... arc reulred to appear on leave for service,overseas JERRY'S PLACE BLANDING TAILORS THE GUIDON GRILL
In the above nam- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdln
June 14th. 194.1. of
ed Court peeks and divorce cause and, wh.reln maiden plaintiff name- Waldo visited his parents Mr. JORDAN'S BAR 129 E. Call Street & Blanding Center TEMPLE GARAG

restored. Bradford County Tele- ,and Mrs. H. D.. Wasdin Sunday
Kraph ihall publish! this Order In afternoon. VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES
STAND BOWLING
,next four weekly laiuea. 'I' BARNEY'S DRINK ALLEY CAFE
Wltnei my hand and official Mrs. L. C. Smith was In Jacksonville -
peal at Htarke, Florida, thin May '

12th, 1911. Aa Clerk A.of ald:J. Thomas Court., The 5th Saturday Sunday afternoon.meeting was (This advertisement was prepared and published originally by American Locomotive Company and is reprinted with its permission.)

(OFFICIAL, REAL) held here Sunday and was largely
,Knight A Knight, Btarke Florida attended. A basket dinner was
.J4 .
Attya for Pit. u -4P ;
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GUARD AGAINST 'PROFESSIONAL MARTYRDOM

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G We have an 'mown professional 'toward us. I can best illustratethis IAyiV6,

t martyrs. An a matter of tact In with a story about a friend ot
mine who has taken an eight-year-:
/ the days when families were large
and Included. as a rule, at least : old",,girl to live with her because)
I one set of grandparents and an aunt 'the child's mother 1s mentally Ill.

t or uncle It was an unusual family I My friend knew she must pr.parethe
s which didn't have a martyr all its girl for remarks other children
own-the one who took every casual would make. But Instead of warn

remark as a alight, who was sure Ing her. "Now :you mustn't pay any
everybody Imposed upon him or attention to what bad children say,"
her but who was determined to the foster mother talked the whole
bear up bravely. situation over with the) child. Then L _
she said "Now and then some of __
_
received the
rarely
The martyr
your friends may envy you If you
sympathy a sick personality should get a better mark in arithmetic _
have-because It is a trait of martyrs -
i N' or have on a new dress, or maybe
r to play for sympathy and human you won't be mixed up in it at all-

beings are Just contrary they may Just be feeling hurt abouta Aa
enough not to grant what they are scolding at home-but it is at t

continually begged for. Now the such times that they may say un-
\& :f
\ reason we are writing about martyrs kind things to :you about your mother. -
; i Is to show that they really are They'll b. sorry afterwardsbut '
to be pitied for most of them are you Just remember that it was w rtt, 1,
c
A child doesn'trealize
made in childhood.
which I
their unhappiness
own
.: L that every time the tendencyto prompted the remark and feel sorry .. I
I\\ Is he is I
feel abused indulged "
for them Instead of for yourself.
/ bringing his personality a step nearer Don't go to the extreme how. Tulip-Shaped Tomatoes Are Welcome for Luncheon

al to should a martyr know complex.this and But guardagainst parents ever, of discounting all a Parents child'sgrievances (See Recipes Below) :

1I 1tUi as Imaginary. I'j''
it. frequently show favoritism to a Luncheon
The best approach to warding off particularly handsome or gifted Spring Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving jJ
the attitude that one isn't gettinga child, leaving the other children in I ;
Luncheon Menu'TulipTomato '
square deal is the positive one- the family with an aching sense of Rationing doesn't mean that J'OU l'
I that is, teaching a child to be aware inadequacy. But do watch out fora have to give up entertaining ei Salad )1 .J

of the feelings of others instead of tendency on a child'a part to exaggerate Urely. True )'OU Brown Br.ad-<:ream Cheese :
concentrating on his own. This slights, or to make a virtue may be servln
capacity for understanding how others of too patient forbearance. It dishes you've n.v. Sandwiches !I.rJ'

feel is known as empathy. Is healthy for children to put up a er served befori Lemon Sherbet Tea

1I 1 The reason empathy Is so Important fight for their rights. So encouragethis but if you'v Recipe Given .
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In adjusting oneself to others trait, too along with the abilityto tucked :your thlnl <. 1
U that we have to be able to understand look outside oneself in orderto "1
8377 how others are) feeling in forestall an attitude of martyrdom I ing cap at the Combine cottage cheese pineapple r}

"On two parll'. occasions Harry hain't I order to Interpret their actkvns In children. right angle, you'UIInd Juice acid sugar. Add salt to ',".6

Lifl'l,coming horn la dinner but hat font on many thing' taste. Place a mound of cheese on :.' '

with company manners which won top of each slice of pineapple then .
By KATHLEEN NORRIS Love! LAWTEV take too many ration points. garnish with diamond shapes from ,

HEN the Browns were -Wait until the AROUND 1IJLOYU Be clever with your knives I 10. green and red pepper. Serve on \

first married they this basque Jumr. R. Carradine shaping fruits and vegetables Into crisp lettuce with dressing.A .
for
and sizes
attractive shapes you
with contrastin dark brown bread fruity and
were really poor, w and back. A res guests, and use bright colors for tasty is excellent to serve with salad I

!arry Brown made $22.50 a h garnishes and table accessories. Add luncheons If your (Ii i J
I CEREMONY:
eek, and was glad enough tc Is In sizes 11, WILKERSON I IMPHESSIVE a good portion of your own charr salad does not }
Size 13 jumpe GETS AIR MEDVL I We are told that the Boy Scowinvestiture to make your guests feel tt ease< Includecheeas HV B '
etit. That was in 1930. May. 39-inch material, By the time this la read Mi ceremony at the !\Meth and Madame, your entertaining will I :'
else Brown managed thrifty H' yard, gulmp odlst Church Sunday night wui serve its fragrant
and Mrs. Elias L. Wilkeraon parents be a success! slices thin- ?
spread
p
n three small rooms and rlc-rac. of Staff Sergeant Lloyd Wil' : most Inspiring and a lot of those Tulip-like tomatoes are a plctur ly with cream -

hen little June was born she for kerson, will have received advice who missed going are sorry now on any spring luncheon table cheese and jamor ;.io.

!id everything for the baby as to the decoration of their sos I they were not among; those Ares Tulip Tomatoes Filled With Shrlmj make dainty o st,
Lloyd was recently decorated nnd ent. Now that the Scout Tioojis (Serves 6)) little sandwiches lr
;00. She went to a hospital all set to go places, let's keej 8 tomatoes
awarded anAir medal for ex with butter spread thinly add a bit
yard to save money, she / ceptlonal aerial performance I In': it going strong. You parents encourage t 1 cop finely diced criers! of lettuce for crlspncss.

[washed didies and dishes and the Tunisian campaign. Sharing your boys to attend the 2 cups canned shrimp Baked Brown Bread.

ent without pretty clothes. in the honors were nine othe meetings and Borne day you wll % cup french dressing (Makes 1 149xZ-lnch: loaf)

{Before she had been marriedwo Plorldlans This boy will be remembered see thin training pay big dlvl H cup mayonnaise H4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
dends. Billy EdwarCJ has done 1 tablespoon lemon Juice |.
as a quiet unassumIng ZJ4 teaspoons soda '
had lost his .,.
: years Harry In keeping the Trooj Dash of cayenne pepper
a ; and likable chap who graduated a good job 154 teaspoons salt
ob and little Peter,had. added. k In coin for from oWBradford? Hlfr going but he might get .dlscour Cut tomatoes in sixths with char H cup sugarS

himself to the family. all dlred) tom with honors. Our sincere grntl aged unless he gets a little man, knife, cutting through outside of tcmatoes cups graham or whole wheat door

Maybelle Brown never lost heart. tude to the Sergeant and con cooperation.PASS and just H cup shortening

They moved in with her father and If Patterns gratulatlons to his parents! enough so that 1 cup seedless raisins

mother, and she .managed to keep New Y.rk. N. T. SWIMMING! TESTS each section can eggs, beaten
the doubled household so comfort- by llredl'n FOKDIIOOKS GRADED Taking advantage of transportatlon be pulled back to X caps sour milk t

Ible that when better time came I Monday saw the opening of the furnished by W. H. Edwards form a petal. H cup molassesSift

they hated to part, and the Browns last Fordhook lima bean season witsapproximately Jr., assistant Scoutmaster, Marinate shrimp = flour salt, soda and sugar to i
father died : being the Lawtey Boy Scouts enjoyedan )In trench dressing .. J:
stayed on. Maybelle's No 350 hampers ; ....- gather Add graham or whole wheat i ,
leaving her mother the house, and graded and selling at $3.25 per all-day outing a t Kingslej for H hour. __" .1 flour, mix well. Cut In shortening t3

there they all still are living. There M. package while Tuesday saw i i a Lake last Monday and while there Drain then combine until mlxtur. Is like meal. Add i

l Ia plenty of money now; Harry works : P. M. slight gain, grading 382 hamper passed their swimming tests. All with celery, mayonnaise, l.mon raisins and mix Beat eggs, add : l. ,

from eight to four every day for and ,, : P. M. selling at the previous day's price eligible boys are urged to Join juice and cayenne pepper. Chill sour milk and molasses. Add dry i C '
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twice as much' money as he ever no of $3.25. The quality Is excel the Troop immediately as some Sprinkle inside of tomatoes with ingredients and blend together thor If:4{

made before and besides that h.Ia the : M. lent with little or no culling be Interesting plans are being made salt then fill with shrimp mixture. oughly. Pour batter Into a well- I

often kept until seven or eight : A. M. ing required. for the future. Garnish with whole shrimp. greased pan. Bake in a moderate I,;
o'clock at night for overtime work. :: M. '(Petersburg, Smart idea for salad plates is to (330-degrM) .oven. t
her that Pfc. L. H.
advised include a'small of two or
We are scoop .
The trouble .. this has expanded CHURCH
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money
METHODIST
) A lot of quality protein vitamins t
good [
bum Pre 1:
and Mrs. Harper (Juanita three different kinds of salad to<
Harry's Idea to such an School 10 A. M. MornIng -
M. Sunday in that neat
: (Peterburg. and minerals come '
extent that he has lost Interest la Worship and'Cummunton 11:: vatt) are the proud parents of a make a picture plate. Here are twi little the ,1 Right now ;4"l.
for ) package, ,
and
his home. Often U he !la kept late. girl arriving May 31. Mother splendid ideas:
: P. M. Av'M. you'll be finding they're plentiful, so .
be goes to a nlgbt-club with com of to Bell Fla. Youth Fellowship 7 P. M., subject baby doing well. L. H. U stationed Lemon Sunshine Salad. make good use of them: '
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his ...ocla te.. and din..there I sitting 1:00: A. M "Prove all-'thlnffs. hold fast at Moultrie, Ga. (Serves 8)) Eggs Creole. ,
for hours over the tab)., laugh- which good." Morning sub I package lemen-Oavered gelatincap '
the Starke 1:45: P.M. that I. (Serves 4) I
tug and talking. Girls go to these ject .'Edi.t atlon"-H. it. Hat Building PermitsCity I I belling salttablespoon; wale >M cups tomsUee ;)
Places and strike teaspeen
acquaintanceith
the men. On up two separate occasions to : H chopped
peen pepper
Harry hasn't troubled to A letter In from (Whltey, the following building permitslast vinegar t
the teaspoon green pepper '
notify Maybelle that he Isn't coming hlfo.t. ator Hook) Halite Jones. Hook la now week: I cup cold water 4i cop fine bread crumbs I'" :
home to dinner but :baa gone on lit.*.. Sergeant William H. Jones Hq Mrs. Sallie Tlson, $200, May 27 I cop finely shredded cabbage .r
H celery
from the restaurant to dance with :45 11.00 A. M.A. M. I 336th Bomb. Group (M), Avor to build frame residence 14x18 tt cup finely grated raw, carrot 4 eggs cop ;1 r.

these girto. He has never been very PM. Park Bombing Range, Avon Park feet On Thompson Street; 1 tablespoon minced eaten % cup grated American cheese :i
late In 8:00: P. 110(. Dissolve lemon-flavored gelatin In -
$50
Kaufman
returning. 8.00 P.M. Florida. Hallle la anxious to hear Ann & Harry K teaspoon salt f,.
"Harr) always apologize." she so : from those at home as well as the May 28, to add a room 8x8 to boiling water.' Add salt and lemor U teaspoon pepper ey
ays. "He he tired hungry Itay their dining juice or diluted vinegar and cole
says was where
ODI"IT" boys In the service. He sees nc the house 1 bar leaf I
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he Just didn't think. 'You have dren .... PeMtor the little matter of< room Is located to be used as a water. Chill until mixture begin. t
reason why Cook tomatoes, onion, celery r
your nice little dinner all ready: belays I ..... Strrrt to thicken, then add remaining ingredients. pepper "
should cause room.
10 00 A. 1L eradicating the rats helper's and seasonings together withbay ,
and Do not shred vegetables r'
I'm make
afraid I'll
you tl:AO A. H.
i and friends to lose con
mad If I say I'd rather stay down- : :00 P. M.: neighbors !NOTK'H OK APPII. ('\TIO\ until just before using or a large leaf for 10 minutes. Strain ,
town.1 : 8:00: P. M tact. Write the Sgt. and If he vole' T" X l..:,.:" vitamins will result add bread crumbs. Place sauce In
When I ask him WHY he'drather dren 8:00: P. M. does not anawe..Juat. Increase the (S.aae.. Bill N<.. Ht.1NOTICK ) loss of Individual casserole dishes. Break : 6
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stay downtown than come I IS HEKKHV O1VKM. Plseapple-Cottage Cheese Salad. .
home to the he really Slip EPISCOPAL book In that nose when he re- That W. M Heddlxh holder .t Tax (Serves 6)) eggs on top and sprinkle with salt. \
children whom .
: ......, Kevter 'Vrtlflrste No. gab lsiiii il the 2nd pepper and grated cheese. Bake in
adores, he answers that oh you and I : ..... Street turns. day of Heptemb ,A. D. 193ft! hamriled % cup cottage cheeseJi
; ; visitors to Lawtey name In my office and ha. a moderate oven until eggs have I 1
let
kind of demoralized, and the :04 A. M. Week-end cup nuts chopped I
for tax deed to
other fellow 'are'doing it, and It : take 7 11-00 30: P.A.M.M. included C. O.:''Jack Darley Banana he made Issued application thereon Maid a certificate 1 tablespoon pineapple Juice set and cheese Is melted f

Just teems the easiest way. 7.10::: P. M. River; Louie Lee Wainwrlght, mbracee the following of Bradford deirrlbvdgroprty 1 teaspoon sugar Oatmeal puts plenty of vitamin B, ,tl
I In the County Into diets and keeps you stepping {$,
Gets So Frightened A. M. U. S. Naval Air Station. Jacksonville )Florida to-wlti! I slices pineapple fresh er canned
"I once Miss Adel Dlnklns who Is Lots 17. Ill In Wood lawn 8' .rtlr>n Green or red pepper with pep and energy the day long. 1.:1:
get .
so frightened sometimes ;
well Allrm, "al.r 14, Townnhlp t South' Hang 22 Try these delicious cookies: i
afraid that I will lose him. Is this) C....,. ... .. attending business school In Jacksonville 6aat: containing 20 a. ren.Th Lettuce t"1
the beginning of a more serious separation 10.00 A. ..M. ; Joe and Lucille Shuford *und.r B......,the nient said of the certlfliatH ald property InMiied % cap salad dressing Honey Oatmeal Hermits. Po,.

? Perhaps I ought to say that the 4 1100 00: P.A.M M. Joe returning Sunday afternoon wan In the name of W, C. li) cups honey: 4 1:

my mother Is quite different from It 00 P. M. while the Mrs.!\ remained over until Blaney. sell rvrtlflrate "hall h" I .rp' .
:
M. Unless K lard er ether fat
most 7:00 P. Lynn Saysj cup
mothers-in-law. She 1* strong, Tuesday. redeemed according to law. theroparty "
quiet' amusing, wonderful with the the '* CATHOLIC lira. J. L. Harrell and young > dimrrlbed therein will the'ourthouaa b.sold Nice le Knows Waxed paper K cup warm water 'j .
bidder at
children who think there Is no one ..pra,.. fa.to. son, Corporal Wm. Jr., left Saturday to the door highest on the flrmt Monday wrappers from breed are' good 3 cups quick-cooking: oatmeal /A
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We 'Cam.' loves her. aim. Av. several visit with In the month of July, 1941, for wiping the top of the lid top 3 cops sour'p
Harry really for daya ;
: A. M. of 1944 "I.
whichm\ he Blh day July 1 teaspoon soda.
They work crossword puzzles agree ind .rvie.. relatives In Moultrle Ga. Mrs. Dated thin 25th day of May 1941.OFKICIAI. range.
:00 A. II. Use shells for serving 3 teaspoon baking powder f*
Politically : ( ) .. anAL) A. J. Thnmaii. grapefruit
follow radio serials together remain in the Georgia
g:00 A. M. Harrell will "lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford fruit or seafood cocktail if H teaspoon salt I?
and when she ill five while the "fur 6-28 I-U
was city for ten days County. Florida. 4t
'tars you don't Have enough dishes. 1 cap raisins or chopped dates i ;
ago, been BAPTIST to --
no sorfcould have KB returns directly t"
more frightened than Harry wa*. ,. .... r..tar laugh king" where his I ii incriT rot'HT., RRADPORD Iron rust may be quickly removed Cream honey and fat until smooth ;
wnen. Sunday: tit camp at Bennlng. ,.ol'I\I'ry. FLOHIMAl: .11"\1.: from white clothes If I you and creamy. Add well beaten eggs I i '
Harry doesn't show up for 18 A. M. in the I .
Indispensable KHV.Cth
lervices are the '4
lemon
juice on spot
"inner she usually Isn't aware of It. : -11 A. M.: .l P.rflln va. squeeze and oatmeal. Add sifted dry ingredients -
for the Icltchea. I Philip i B. .. trnllllIllt'nd: sprinkle salt over it and place it alternately with warm water

Italy! and is Is on the hospital kitchen four I kind: GOIIIPF.L Pfc. "Jake" J. C. Prevatt. Jr., ;*.. No. 2600ORDEK OF. PUBLICATION B it in the sun. Repeat If the first saving only a small amount of ':
from
until about over there : } IACLK Is here for several days visiting I AND NOTICE TO AfHUAK application docs not work. flour to dredge raisins or dates.. .'
does nine every night It she ut each Lord's Day, His parents, 'Mr. 'and Mrs. J. C. STATE OP FTXJRID9 to Thlllpil. Use warm water instead of cold Blend in fruit and mix thoroughly
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address
tuapect It whose
comment she doesn't make any Is P. M I Prevatt. "Jake" Is stationed at XterfUtiK11.Bell Brllfe atom n. f>. 1. for mOtlng flour for gravy. The Drop by: spoonfuls, 3 inches apart ont
But to be alone with the _* M. ,
"' P. Pennsylvania and ivhoiieURlneita of beater helps
1:1I..brth. use a rotary egg
Field. Tampa.
Children. Study I P. M. In !\Uac Dill address I* Room 313, Y. greased baking sheet. Bake 15 r
watching the clock
nines back In the wondering, putting If. '. Iwo I "Produce" Charlie Johns has r'- a.> C. A., Church and mat Mrt. smooth out lumps if they should minutes in a moderate (390-degree) '
Bibl
oven urned: from South America where :lmlr. New York. occur. oven for 1* minutes. >.
whether 4 P. VL
to start dinner or to wait You are required to appear on You'll save time if you have an
seems to break me down.11 the prayer Group he has been employed on a government July' 6th., 143. In the above named In Lynn Chamber* welcome you to ,
tell ourt!! and cause, wherein plaintiff extra set of measuring spoons
Charlie can houiehoM her
"me. in my mind. I am arguing with Meeting-S project. .......k. divorce Bradford County the coffee container and to keepa wfrmil your queries (a ''i I.
tales to llv- 6,.... cltnic. Send letter to "f
Harry. tor lome unbelievable as rlraph. .hall publish this Ord.r 'r your (
and that Isn't healthy for wi of which In next four weekly l I."u..a.Wltn measuring cup in each cc plainer her .. H'ntern Newspaper Union, HO ;-
,.anyone. On the other hand. I dcn't I[ CHRUT ng conditions some .** my hand and official of flour, oatmeal and sugar.It loath Deiplainet Street Chicago III. j ':
Want to .. Baa sake old Lawtey seem even bet- Stark, Florida till Maya .
be a nagger, or a shrew or of .1. teal at : saves time and encourages ac ton. Don target to enclatm Hampett,
wplcious. or spying and I can't hey '..r. Ev...ell.. er than the best. : 19t3. A. .,. Thomas, curacy In measurements. .elfaddr.ae.d.a..bpe for your r.ply. "'I;I
seem to see what Is the sensible :00 ItOOM.A. It's a baby boy for the Ed Dur. As Clerk of said KAI.Court.OFFICIAL ). *,..*.4 by WeiUrn nwppr Union
course. But he : M. ians. Mother and Ed Jr., are (
this
:you must have had 1:10 P. M. night A Knla-ht. Starke. Florida.
prOblem before, and perhaps you ) : ':00 P. ]t. doing well we are glad to report. AU,... for Pit. ftll ,1 f
can help me." eU I.






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FRID. Y, Jt;
BRADFORL COUNTY ''ELEQR\pn.. 8TARKe. FLORIDA t

1 FAGS RIGHT died Mnday May 31, and was practice at his home

Rites Friday At Tabernacle burled Tuesday In Pine Grove Street-Road 28- oli' ,
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Now On Screen 'here
The Story Of Corregidor Mr. Thornton is. an room be
cemetery. for
.. adequate 8
For Mrs. Prescott employe of the Orange Lines. denttl
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: Mrs Cella Ann Prescott 80,

died Thursday, May 27, at the May Resume Practice Legion Meeting

home of her:daughter, Mills Slnah In a recent Issue the Telegraph The regular monthly ?,.,.,
Prescott at Law-tey' after an ex- carried an Item in which It said the Jones-Langford.Wh, r<
tended mines. Mrs. Prescott was ".
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born and spent most of her life that Dr. O. L. Haynes dentist, the American Legion x1114

In Clay County, but had lived at had permanently closed( his dental In the Legion Hall on West

df r x<,." Lawtey for the past two years. I Ii t office. Well, he has, and againhe Streets Tuesday nlghtju

g 3, i She is survived by three sons I .' hasn'tHe ? 8 P. Ml:: Since mttan'J

.rfi 9 t w .Y ; t Elisha Presoqtt. ,Lonnie prescott closed his office on, the only monthly H. A. Carlton
and Melvin Prescott all of Highlands ,p
Call and Thompson
11 of
Adjutant
J t 'i corner urges that
: ; 1U ; five ''daughter.*-Miss Fan- streets where he had been for every
ber
attend.
nie Prescott, Mrs. Alice Austin more than 25 years-to keep from
:, r and Mrs "Come out J
Pescott and
Miss Slnah give|
paying rent while he was recuper- a I'OQI'
Hattie Darley all of Lawtey and ating. But he is feeling so much welcome to our new 'Poat

k Mrs. June Lastinger of Daytona improved that he plans before a r mander, W. B. Sewell,
_________ brother, Wllker- led
Beach; a Bryant great 'while to resume his dental j othor new officers", he rid
< son, of Lawtey; 14 grandchildren
: r and 10 great-grandchildren. She Evangelist J. T. Larson of Minneapolis --.-- ----------- ----

was a member of the Highlands MInn., who( will be at EVERY BRANCH OF
Missionary Baptist Church.
er the Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle -
; 4 3 Funeral services were conducted on Friday Saturday, and
t/ :at 5 P. M. Friday at the Long
SAM
:q AY Sunday June 4. 5, and 6. YnJuranceHe
Branch Baptist 'Church, with the
i:Rev. M. T. Knight officiating. ,Mr. Larson editor of "The
a e>< ( I Interment was in the Long Christian C (o to.fort" magazine:
film that will be shown at the Song writer, and Minister of the
Pictured above are scenes from "CorrrRltlor", an exciting war I Branch cemetery Pall Bearers
Park Theatre for three day starting Sunday. were: Brownie Bennett, Robert Word made many friends I n
,Blanchard Fonzo Prescott J. F.Griffis Starke on a former visit and will

" Street, on the lot which Is now. Ed Durban and Leonard be welcomed back. C. WALL
I
l: "The Smith, A Mighty Man Was, He ., vacant. His third location was Prevatt. De-Witt C. Jones was The Saturday nght! service -will
r In charge' of''f ifn crud! arrange- be In the nature of a Song-rest,
In recalling the old "livery horses." Asked If mules were not the old Moltt shop which stood ments. and all who( love Christian music,

stable days" last week thoughts more difficult to shoe than horses where Quigley & Davis now have as well as those: who might learn Agency
naturally turned to the "vIII ace he replied In the negative, "be- their business. About 1925 he You can hear his bellows blow; to, are Invited. '
blacksmith" who at one time cause the old lazy horses lie downon You can hear him awing his Constant Service Over 50 Years
operated a highly "eanentlal Ink -' me." He used to weigh more moved to his present site-on the heavy liledge., Earl ThorntonLittle

k n dustry" and one which might than 200 pounds, but he lifted so corner of Broadway and Hemingway With measured beat and slow;

again become vital If gasoline, many lazy horses that It brought streets. Like a sexton ringing the village Earl Tho I' nton, two- Please Phone 116
tire and automobile rationing con- him down to his present alze. 'Week In. week out, from bell months old son of Mr. and Mrs.

tinue many more years. "I haven't shod a horse since morn till night, When the evening sun Is low". Oran E. Thornton, 0 f Starke,

Henry Longfellow once wrote: I quit, though I have applicant
"Under a spreading chestnuttree even today," he said; lop eo pie
come In and beg me to shoe their .

The, village smithy stands; horses but I can't do it." It

The smith, a mighty man Is used to"be a profitable business1,
he, however, since he got $1.23: per
With large and sinewy hands; pair or 12.50 for an all-around
And the muscles of his job. While most horses had only

brawny arms their front feet shod, cattle horses
Are strong as Iron bands." were shod on all four feet. TO : "Jhe." American People

Every town and village boasted Mr. Colley was born In North '">f > .
Its own blacksmith, and Starke'swas Carolina but came to Florida In
and still Is J. F. CoIIey, 1891 and has been In the blacksmith '
though his duties have changeda business since that time. ''
little through the ydars. His He learned the trade as an apprentice FROM : The Secretary of the Treasury :

work today la chiefly the repairof when he went to Archerin

wagons, plows acme harrows, 1891, and worked for others ,
disc harrows, etc. He caters especially throe years before going into business ;
to farmers keeping their for himself. After that time

'farm machinery in good condi- he was in Williston, Otter Creek '- A report on the most tremendous financing .' ,
Alton and several
tion. Formerly however, his other places before -

business was shoeing horses and coming to Starke In 1910. He task in history the Second War Loan ;' ,:
mules, keeping wagons, buggiesand was a saw mill blacksmith for ",.,.' ,
plows in repair, and. like the several years. ',j
modern service station putting He came to Starke as black- .
"tires" on wagons and buggies. smith for Dowling Brothers' sawmill I

He even made plows and built' opening up his own shop
wagons.Mr. a little later on South Walnut

Colley said he practicallyquit Street where Anderson's garage
shoeing horses In 1930-not now la. Later on he moved his DURING the three weeks between April INSURANCE COMPANIESAND Who gets the credit?

so much because automobiles have shop across the street from the 12 and May 1, the American people tackledthe CORPORATIONS
The credit for the 2nd
War Loan
taken the place of horsed but "be- Gardenia Tourist Home, on the biggest job of financing in the,historyof goes to

,cause his feet gave 'way lifting corner of ,Walnut and South the world.In the people.

I r--- It goes to the children who put dimes and
"' these three week. it was proposed to .
I quarters into war stamps. To everyone who
ADS
CLASSIFIED raise the sum of 13 billion dollars, or more
bought a bond. To thousands of patriotic
than half as much as was raised byIf*
It banking To advertising people who
people.
FOR SALE Apartment house, world
WANTED drives in the first war.
Listings. on apartment. houses or Income $400 per month. Inquire Ill donated their creative talents. To patriotic
It was obvious that the task was hopeless merchants and who the
homes for rent, located within 20 at 333 West Call St. It companies paid
miles of Starke unless th. people of the nation were desperately bill for war bond messages. To radio stations
FOR SALK:-Porto Rico potato in earnest about the And it movies outdoor advertising
119 Kant: Call Street war. ), newspapers,
vines $1.75 thousand. Roy wanes oar near s..a
W. T. CLUTE Realtor Kalch, Hampton per, Fla. 6-4-2tp was equally obvious that here was, so to companies, and publications.
r,1Ma
speak, a thermometer by which the fervor
: 6 -. ,. -. -- But chiefly, perhaps to tboee..bo.turaed
-t LO3T-Light red jersey cow SEE T. H. HUNTER, corner of the) people could be measured' with,. bond salesmen
11 voluntary legion
or ,1 yrs. old dehorned; and for Plumb Naturally.. i i. was your money,that ? loyal
Temple and Pratt reasonable accuracy.-.- -
heifer calf, about 4 mo. old. ing and Repairing Phone 78. th*' bonds in the two' group:'above bout' of patriots., ,

Have been /gone about 4 or 8 644tpLOST. This ia why we believe you, aa an American you are the people who put your' money ia

wee W. Notify A. D. Crosby citizen: .... take pride ia this report. bank and invest ia insurance.

Rt. 2, Box 218, Starke. Itp STRAYED OR STOLEN For it waa written solely by you the people -
Dark mare mule weighing about ....* But bow about what mifht be-called your"p.reon.l"
WANTED' -Old pronograph rec- '
730 pounds. Finder please no- The result. In dollarsOur money
ords, 3o lb. None with
per tify R. V. Alvarez, Starke, Fla. That ia important ;
paper. Phone 179 Pal Music' goal was 13 billion doIl.n..J h.lly, a very question, for it
Co. Starke Fla tf Itp is vital that Americana a* individuals, buJ''War
'
the American people subscribed 18 billion Bonds with all they can
LOST-Man's containing spare. ., '
purse 500 million dollars. *j1"*
HOG FOUND-Owner may have i*
$42 and Important papers. If Otor-ioal'here I waa 2ft' billion dollar'
by describing, paying his feed finder' will return and This waa 90% aa much aa waa raised in The chart below tells the
and for this advertisement purse story q ere of asp .000 _*... |.*>e u.s sew
papers, he may keep the money. all five) drives of the first world war combined. ,
Cook's Store. 6-4 4tp 6-25 VOLUNTARY
BOND SALESMEN
I Aubrey Waters Route 2, Box INDIVIDUALS
HELP WANTED middle-aged 308. lip ()- P H>arL e IMire
It was, I think as much a victory for
person as ticket agent. Experience : America and the free American democracy ....
POSITION WANTED Young
but high What Uea ahead?
unnecessary I
school desirable. Alsomiddleaged lady, experienced steDo&T&pher'l as any military triumph.
education
man.I I wants full or part-time work In II Yee, America' record ia good. But we cannot -

Union Bus Station.baggage It local office. Can supply refer- Where did the money come from? I become complacent-for our biggest
ences. Write box 669 Starke. financing job lies ahead.
You will be interested in where this 18K

FOR aged RENT couple-2-room to permanent furnished middle- lip billion dollar came from- for every dollar F-n In the first 4 months of this year, we

apartment with bath. F. A. WHY WORRY with annoying invested in War Bonds) is more than a raised 25 billion dollars. During the balance -

Scott, Starke, phone :94. Itp book work? Do you need part purchase it ia a demonstration of faith. of this year we must raise 45 billion
time help? See Dad Fender dollars
WANTED TO RENT-officer and Cook's Store Starke. 6-4 4t Th chart below shows the pordon-o(the ILo..,, A.wr.1. tnort.

wife desire to rent apartmentor 18yj billion that came from commercial Dwelt rw.i..se The war is costing us 100 billion dollar

cabin as soon as possible. Will : WANTED station TO RENT-Oarage be for banks. They were eager to buy more, but _. this year. Part of this will come from taxes,
must near
be In Starke tot about a year. USO-YMCA wagon corner Temple .& were limited to set amounts SO million bondhold.rsTo and the balance must com ,from War
431-C,1
Mrs John Blazek.Box Loan.
Washington J. L. Thorn
Starke. Itp Phone 59. It COMMERCIAL BANKSInsurance review your record to date, almost half You, .. an American, can take pride in
our entire population least
own at
LOST-A chain containing four .. one bond what you have done. You have shown the
PORTO RICO potato vines for -Deluding infants children the
lame, the
car key post- Axis
keys including that
sale.-Wesley Crews Rt. 1, Box .se.--- haft ana the blind. American. on the home front,
office key and two others, 3, Lawtey. 6-4 3tp like Americans. on the battle front will do
,
somewhere Call I Street. Or to look it in
on at terms of those beat all that is required of them_and
Finder please return to Tele- CASHIER WANTED. Must be v,", ; able to buy bonds, see the chart below r more.
graph. Itp over 35 years of age and have' ..'K. -1.f" But our need is great. Dig as deeply a*

experience typing. Guidon 4 you possibly can and invest it in War
FOR SALK-8-room home for Grill Starke. It Bond now-either
through the Payroll
sale one block from courthouse.
Owner living In four rooms. Income FOR SALE-One-horse wagon, KKKKKI1 II 1rOf Saving Don't Plan or through special purchase
for "
wait
; from balance Is $120 per good as new. Sell reasonablefor "drives. .

month. Inquire at 333 West cash.-L. Fowler, Rt. 1, We must win this war with bayonets -
Call St. It Box 42, Brooker Fla. 1-wr low rw- and with
Itp o-.aw Apnnt4$ dollars.: We who stay home in

WILL SELL $5,100 first mortgage COTTON RAGS WANTEDWillpay .Companies and other Corporations ,, safety must provide the dollars_.1Jl8that

for 14,500, repaying at 7c Ib for good clean fag. know that there is no sounder,investment YF-,6, ..r are needed. It is the very least we can do.

$300 per month. Inquire at No trousers or buttons wanted. than a U. S. Bond. The chart ( of "
It Bradford County Telegraph tf top on id* people taming' money
Abe's Pool Room. '
next column) shows their purchases
HAVE BOUGHT I 4 %
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL FOR SALE at a bar&aln-l pair BONDS t>K .

milk cows), stock cows beef cattle Dayton self-computing scales: 1
" ,' stock bulls or'hogs get In electric meat box; 1 Iron safe; II \I "

touch with J. D. Odom Jr. 1 roller-top desk. Mrs D. ,W.

Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Moore. 2tp Florida Bank At Starke Bradford Hardware Co.

City;; ,Telephone 431 Lake City. WANTED TO RENT-Permanent Koch Drug store
Auction market every Tuesday
Lake City 2:30: ; every Thursday Starke business man desires to Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. J. B. CARLISLE, Owner
rent an unfurnished house -
or Call
& Court Streets
Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44
apartment with at least four Member Florida National Group Inc. Starke, Florida

: Office supplies of all kinds for rooms on or before July 1.- Starke Florida
sale att The Bradford County Berry Johns Care Light Plant.

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