Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"n [Recreation Center BRADFORD COU:;NTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries i

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Official County Publication& Established In 1877

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n,. basso Market 9 In Washington Negro Given I General Kramer Opening Date For B. H S.

en July 27; 7 YearsIn I Warns RotariansOf Set For September 6th. j

op LightobacCO Auto DeathsArthur LongVar\

Board Yields a !
Lipsey, colored con- Major General H. F. Kramer, Corporal DrownsIn Tobacco Vote

markets will open In victed on a manslaughter chargein commander of, the 66th Division,

Irlda and Georgia on July 27.It Circuit Court here last May, recently activated at Camp Blan To Pleas

of the tobacco In this sec- In connection with the death of ding was guest speaker at the KingsleyCorporal Set For July 24 .

i of the State la mold at Lake five men on Road 48, January 1, Rotary ClubWednesday and voic- ,

y although, some growers was sentenced Wednesday by Circuit ed a stern waging against any Bradford farmers will vote on

jfar to carry theirs to Live Judge A. Z. Adktns to serve let-up, through, over-confidence, Joseph M. Turner was flue-cur tobacco marketing Of PatronsBradford

t or Valdosta. 'seven years In the State Prisonat on either' the' civilian' or military drowned late Sunday afternoon quotas for the 1944 crop or for

Because of the unfavorable sea- Ralford. Zach H. Douglas, of i'rents. while boating in Kingsley Lake I the three-year period, 1944-40, In

this spring, the tobacco crop ,Gainesville, Llpaey's at tor ney, "I am afraid It in going to pea with two other soldiers and a a referendum to be held at the County High School

jthla County Is considerably be- filed motion for a new long wag,! the General stated, woman. No detailed Information county agent's office In the court- will not begin Its 1943-44 term un-

normal In both yield and trial 'within 15 days after the "and situated, as we are, "lth a was available at the Station Hospital house, ,from 8 A. 1\(. to ft P. M., til Monday, Sept. 6. t s
With this decision
jury's verdict of guilty was ren- powerful enemy on either flank, since Turner was already Saturday, July 24. reluctantly
'!my. Bradford dered, which motion was denied any- slackening of our effort, dead when taken theie. Thereferendum made by the School Board at a
67 growers follows the
Bn 1942 special held
the might to be the turningpolat Tax Assessor E. meeting Tuesday
by Judge. prove According to
acres and sold 140,275. signing by the President of .
nted 193 a. morning ended a hard-fought bat
between victory and defeat. W. however, who was at
Mr. will Hayes
estimated averageJ35c Douglas appeal the joint resolution providing for the
jnds, At an tie in which local parents "wentto
General Kramer's Observed
opinion con- much
his Lake home and
per pound, growers reed case to the State Supreme Court proclamation of quotas for the bat" for the health and com
around J49.098.25.: .1 Llpsey's bond was set at $73O: cerning the resources and fighting through field glasses and helped 1944-43: year. National marketing fort of their children--even to
ability of Germany carry particular search for the body three soldiers
and he was set at liberty Wed. and and
state farm
acreage -
the of
this extent
planted making up a $600
the acreage last
All for he the
weight was and a woman were boating
been reported yet, nesday pending the outcome of allotments will be the sameas purse to defray the "extra expense"
r has not American exchange student to when the tragedy occurred. It
the trial.
awlRuby for 1943, with similar provisions that the Board estimated t
Is expected that there are ''from.. the German War
tit fell
graduate appeared that the woman
In the early morning hours for
adjustments as have pre- would be Involved if B. H. S. did
and less acrea&elast Sllcox first native Starke observed within
er growers and of the
before 1 Arthur College< overboard and one men
day-on vailed In the past.
not In August, at the same
year.ose girl to join the WAVES is now Llpsey was driving northwest on sound range of front-line cannon, leaped into the water to rescue' Any farmer Is eligible to vote time open' as other county schools.,

few tobacco growers whoe stationed In Washington D. C. the,Ralford road In a swill truck, when the Nazis invaded, Poland her. who I
.... as an owner, tenant, or The opening date of B. Hot S.
.. not reported their acreaðe when he met truck loaded with back in 1939 When he got her to the boatto
where she is doing clerical work. a share-cropper Is entitled to a has been a "sore subject" here for
| County Agent are urgeddo She now haa"the rating ot''Sea civilian defense workers headedfor I "The; Nazis'ace'not supermen, help her in. the other two share of the proceeds of the 1943fluecured several years, due to the fact that

so at the earliest possible man 2nd Class. Camp Blanding. In the collision he1 pointed_out'" "They achieved men rushed together In the stern tobacco crop. Before Starke Is a consolidated high ,

Ite so that the marketing,cardsy which followed which caused what they dill 'through hard workItttlnslv" and caused the boat to capsize. 'I' quotas become effective they school with students attending i

\ be Issued before the market. Lipsey to be arrested on a' and training. If we .Through the glasses :Mr. Hayes must. be a p p roved by a two- from til sections of the county.

ns More Day Rooms charge of criminal negligence and put forth"the-seine' effort. It Is a could see that there were only I thirds majority of a 11 eligible Including rural areas. Some par, r

later convicted on a manslaughter proven fact that: we can turn out ,. three persons on the surface of farmers voting.Sixteen ents, who operate farms like to

ryans To Leave charge, five men were killed flelltlngmen'1hft/} are" even superior the water-that one of them was have school start In August, so

Lour white men and a negro. The to the Germans. missing. Pfc. Enos Hayes, homeon Scouts that the term will be completedIn
burch Center Furnished General Kramer is proud of his
Being men were: Frank Davies, Roacoe a 10-day furlough from Panic time for their children to helpIn

Hodges, Shelton Hodges, James new division, composed almost Island, S. C., rushed over with his Leave Sunday harvesting strawberries and
Mlal Helen Bryan, daughter pf of and of-
Lee Shaller and Colonel Varnes. entirely youeg men boat and picked up the three and other The
and Mrs A. R. Bryan of the The Lawtey women are busily ficers. "The average age Is 22.: took them to safety. For Summer CampAround spring crops. parents
I The accident occurred at HeU- who live in town or who are engaged
urch Service Center, Is spend* planning to furnish a day room he stated. He> highly praised .
brona Springs. The two soldiers then secureda 16 boys from the Starke in other than farming activities
a few weeks In Starke. She for the 68th Division at Camp Starke and its efforts in behalf '
State Witnesses in the case motor boat and went out and Scout Troop will leave Sunday object to the early openIng -
graduated from the Northid Mrs. Edward Burns, Red of' the service ten stating that
were: Seeber Brooks, Vallon C. located the body of the dead cor. for a week's outing at Camp Echoc- date because of the extreme
Seminary Northfleld. Mass., Executive announced they could not be, equalled by any
Cross yes Brooks, Leslie Waters, SheriffA. poral. Word had also been sent kotee, near Orange Park. They heat usually experienced In August ;
June, and will remain here terday. Mrs. Emma Hill is chair- town this size within his know! i"
O. Andreu, State Road Patrol- to the hospital and a doctor came will be accompanied by Scoutmaster Thus, the two factions are
ting as a Junior hostes at the man of the Committee which Is edge.
man Charles W Ingram, Jeff with a pulmotor and worked on Chas. H. Allen, and the frequently at "loggerheads" over
nter until her parents leave In doing the work. The Lawtey Boy The speaker was introduced by
Hodges, and Ernest Roberts. him for an hour or more to no Rotary Club is assisting In arranging the opening date., ,
out two weeks. book and Julius L. Thorn, new program
Scouts are making
avail Mr. Hayes said evidentlythe transportation facilities. B. H. S. did not open untU
Dr. has been on leavem furniture. thiW'ek John chairman for the club.
Bryan otber articles of Sometime Judge
man culd not swim. Expense for the week's campIs October last year because of delay -
his pastorate-the First The Masons at Starke are sponsoring A."H.' Murphree is to pass sen- $8 for each boy, and the in completing: the."extensive

e abyterlan Church at Salem. another day room at the tence upon Ernest Daugherty, Notable Quests'' Meat Committee' Starke'Rotary'Club Is paying $5: enlargement and addition of new

fostering the Church Ser- Camp. Mrs. V. S. St., John.. ,Is convicted of second, degree murder of the total for each boy who par buildings to the B. H. 8 plant.

Center here since Marc 20, collecting the ,money and buyingthe for the slaying of Dan Mooreon Attend LegionChicken To Review Evidence ticipated in the recent Victory However, the August opening was I
ill has been in the field here Nov. :21 1942. His attorneyswill
furniture. The Biooker Supper Garden contest sponsored by the tried previous to last year and
nee May 6. He will return tow also his case to the Next WednesdayThe
women are also planning to fur Rotary Club. It was decided to several teachers stated that they i

pastorate around August 1. nish another day room and expect Supreme Court, and his bond has The chicken supper given for local Meat Committee helda assist' each boy with a part of saw a marked decrease of effIci-

In comparing and contrasting to get it going soon, Mrs been set at $2,500.: He Is still In the American Legion and a few called meeting the courthouse his expenses wither than to paya ency among students who could

5 work with that done by the Burns said. the' County jail here. special guests Tuesday night, at afternoon to discuss the large cash prize to a few. not do their best work in the

rlous USO units here, Mr. To those who are interested in the home of Mr.. and Mrs. G. B. Tuesday slaughter! permits and the meat midst of summer heat. '

ryan said yesterday that the Juhan Stanley three miles east of townon Final decision In the matter
for the Bishop
fuinlshlng a day room program for the County. Members New ActivitiesAt ,r
bUrch Center is not equipped service men, Mrs. Burns would Road 28, was well attended. of the Meat Committee present had been postponed until Tuesday

r holding dances and serving like to nay that Dr.. C. Estronelle, Meets CommitteeBishop Among the distinguished guests were: W. M. Edwards, L. J. USO-NCCS because of the Illness! of the board I
"al> ; but that It tries to cul- Commander Juhanof were Jess G. David, of Gainesville chairman, J. S. Norman, who '
as well as the Camp Frank Alexander Green and H. A. Lawson. Other I
vate a home atmosphere for the. State Commander of the A new program was introduced could not be present at previous
I keeps on file a list of all furniture Jacksonville was here Thursday members who were not presentwere
ervlce men. I provided for each day I'oom.I afternoon to meet with the American Legion; C. Howard Guy Sale and Foster Shi at the USO-NCCS Club on Wednesday meetings, and who had expresseda I
Rowton, of Palatka State. Ad- of the past week. It was dealt to hear opinions from
taken out of the
I The furniture is not joint Executive Committee Smith. W. S. Sibley and L. T.
74 jutant; C01. Harry A. Johnston, ballroom dancing under the direc patrons of the school.A .
Comfort Kits Other
when the boys leave the Camp; Church Service Center. Dyer, representing the County
I Executive Officer of,Camp Blan tion of Mrs. W. J. LaMorte, whose large group mostly mothers, 1\\
but it remains in the day room members were Dr. U. S. Gordon, War Board, were present and save -
The Bradford County Chapterthe to ding, and past' State Commanderof husband Is a lieutenant at Camp was present Tuesday to tell the
for the next group of men en- pastor of the First Presbyterian r al butchers holding permitswere
American Red Cross Is re- joy. Church, Gainesville, and JosephH. the Lagion; Major Jos. A. also present' Blanding. This dancing class Is Board, in no uncertain terms, Just

nslble for sending 174 comfort Rlggs vice-president of the Byerly, of Camp Blanding; N. H. Rolland O. Bell, Area Supervisor to be held each week on Wednesday how they felt about opening:

Its to the boys out of the County Florida National Bank at Jack King, Post ,Commander, and with office in Gainesville, between the hours of 6 and school in August But even aftera

using the last few weeks, .ac- Business Men MeetIn sonville. Ralph Crosby, *ost Adjutant, of explained the duties of the Meat 7 p. m., and it Is to be followed rising! vote showed opinion about,

ding to Mrs. Edward Burns.utlve. Boomtown representing the Palatka Post; Horace Zet- Committee and the meat situation by the weekly Informal dance for 88 to 2 In favor of the September
These kit ,were all This rouer, official of the Gainesville men In the armed forces, their opening date two members of
Southern In
and '
ode and furnished In Starke, Twenty-five or thirty Ktngsley the Northern and the Episcopal Post, and Sgt. Chris! Anderson of holders of slaughter per. wives. friends, and Waacs. the board--S. B. Sparks and Mr.

d each consists of such necesry Lake business men some of the Presbyterian met with Dr. A. R. ,the State Road Patrol Last but mite, Mr. Bell says, must submit Mrs LaMorte Is an outstanding Norman were not prepared to '
churches, Congressman Lex and talented dancer and Is a mem- their, previous adverse decision
articles blades from Camp Blending not. least was change
as razor sew personnel H. Allen and Rev. evidence of their slaughter in
e kit, playing cards, cigarettes, representatives of the Bradford- Bryan, Rev. C. of Green. About 30 local Legionnaires 1941 to the Meat Committee be- ber of the Chicago Association until almost two hours of
Fred Yerkes to hear reports '' '
hoe several present. of Dancing' Masters. Having I argument from' Interested persons
polish and cloth, shoe laces Clay Health Unit and for the were fore July 15.:
oap and soap box, water-proof Starke citizens met in the Veter- the past and plans In the absence of Fuller Warren The Meat Committee will meet studied in Chicago and New York, present including teachers, doctors .

ches, Locker Club In Boomtown future. Jacksonville attorney who she danced with Sara Mildred mothers and business men. .
pencil stationery, etc. ans' at the courthouse next Wednes
to discuss several had been invited to serve as master Strauss Concert Group In New In spits'of the fact that the additional .
last Friday day. July 21, at 9 A. M. to review -
Revival ScheduledAt W. B. Sewell York. Mrs. LaMorte also con- assumed
matters of vital interest to the of ceremonies, the evidence submitted by expense was being

wtey MethodistSunday people of that community.The Pine LevelA Commander of the local Post, pre- the slaughterers and will make' ducted a dancing studio in by the patrons, these two
sided. Brief after-dinner speecheswere Raleigh, North Carolina for six board members stated that they
Marshall spoke on recommendation of each as to
School 10 A. M. Morn. Provost '
made by the special guests. years, as well as taught In Wisconsin bad promised some of their con-
I Worship 11 X. M., subject the Aircraft Warning Service and series of Revival Meetings whether It will be continued or
Davis and Mr. Rowtonspoke and Chicago. She was accompanied stitutents to support the early
Both Mr.
Walking air raid sirenbe will start at Pine Level Baptist the reduced.
In cancelled quota
wisdom. Youthellowship that an or
1. suggested under of the general work of the at the piano by Mil.Vlrl'lAla opening' and did not want to go
the Kings- Church Sunday, July 18, will review -
7:30 and that Then the Area Supervisor
: P. M. Evening purchased, ,
the State, and gave Sewell of Starke. and back on their word. The third
Vect: "At the Open Door."- ley Lake community work in con- the direction of Rev. G. E. Hodges, Legion over all these records here on '
suggestions as to how attendancemay many local girts came to dance board member O. C. Kelly of
Street Baptist
erbert Cove of the Beaver *
Green 28.
Hazxard with the pastor July
pastor. junction Ser be Increased in the local with the soldiers. Brooker, announced: himself In
in this mat Church In Jacksonville. Those holding slaughter per
Spring community Earlier In the day a theatre favor of the September date after
will be held each night at poa!I. the County USDA
vices mite Issued
At The Library ter. Hall Colonel Johnston*.who was born by I. party was' held when 25 service the $600 fund had been raised.
W. E. ,
Rev. O.
o'clock. The Board H. A. Lawson,
8 War ;
Talks on health and sanitary 'Church and reared ,in r Jacksonvillemade men's wives were Invited by Mrs. Points brought out by Dr. W. E.Mldelleton. .
of the Pine Level ; J-'D. Odom. Jr. L. J.
THE conditions wet made by J. C. pastor tnterestlng<;tmUc, and .several W, Barry. Grady of the Florida theatre to superintendent of public
WSUvf, aAT WEPT following announcement an A. H. Green,
< made the Green B. Mosley,
MEXICO ; Hobbs. sanitary man for Brad- of God tell others present-were called on for E. attend the picture. Mrs. Grady I.a Is Instruction: H. V. Knight

dramatic story of the nation ford County and H. F. Cameron, "Come hear this man few remarks: The) last speaker N. T. Green John B. Griffls, member of St. Edward's Catholic -, School Board attorney; and other
saved. Old-time a L.
how to be Kalch L. '
Just South of us torn apart and new health officer in the Clay you 'W' Congressman M. Johns. LeeRoy Church. speakers favoring the late opening
featured the. PfOITaDl "
be on
Put together, during the past County Health Unit. The high Gospel singing will are Lex Green, who spoke la complimentary Renfro, P. M. Norman, ,F., B. Thetennis courts at the--'NCCS : Included the following:
and service men L.J .
lener a t lODe 1910-1942. One rate of venereal disease In this each night, terms of the Stanleysfar Wainwright, Jr., Fate Brown club at Starke are being reconditioned i 1. The health of the children
Invited. Jas.Hornsby.
half of the volume is devoted section was discussed.\ especially Inviting the Legion membersand Wynn. C. A. Oriffls. and enlarged. A parking would be Impaired by being; In

to text by Anita Brenner: the Dr. W.: E. Mlddleton, Col. .t). E. their friends to the supper. I W. T. Jordan W. H. lot for spectators coming In cars. school during the hot month ..of
other half Druggist M. C. May Slight InjuriesMorris : Smith, J. W, Edwards. J. Q. for beach umbrellas and August
is historical pbotor Knight and He also told of two bills pending Space ,
Phs. hugh were present at the meetIng in Congress one of which he Introduced ,Roster Charles Campbell.These chairs Is being arranged, as wellas 2. Shortage of teachers has become

KANSAS IRISH '"by Charles from Starke. Cannon, of Waldo, husband for the benefit of veterans are advised that It Is bleachers for the large crowds so acute that an adequate

DriscolL The ambitions of of Mrs. Cannon, clerk In the of the present war, and necessary to submit their evidenceto expected to attend. Another new faculty for B. H. S., cannot be

the Illiterate immigrant father Profit Starke Poatofflce, sustained slight complimented the American Le- the County Agent's Office be- program ,being Introduced Is a assembled by August There are

POlled against the Ideals of Nice bruises Friday night when the extending Its membership fore next Wednesday morning, round-robin tennis tournament to still eight vacancies to be filled.

I Western culture, is background On Land SaleCoL car which he was driving turned and gion services for to veterans of World and they should meet .with the be conducted every Sunday afternoon 3. Money would have to be borrowed

for a true tale which contains over two or three times a* he War H.ChrU. Committee at that time.Levin from 2 to 6 for the civilian and Interest paid thereon

all tnt elements of full blooded D. E, Knight sold a 240- and five other men were going' Anderson Sgt. with the population of Starke, members of to meet expenses until state funds

fiction. There is a, refresh- acre tract of timber land last to Santa Fe Lake for a swim. :' State Road Patrol was on special To Open the armed forces, and visitors are distributed In the fall.

Ing detachment in this Saturday to J. K. Douglas andL. Nobody knows what happened, take State Commander from out of town. Tennis racquets 4. The Government appropriated
detail to Dress
New ShopDave
tallon of a family story by a R. Waters, Brooker pulp-wood but it seemed that the gear stuck Davis to the supper, and H. A. I sneakers and other equip a large amount of money to

junior member of the family. men "co-partners trading as In some way getting out of con- Carlton Adjutant .of',the local > Levin, proprietor of Blan- ,ment are available at the NCCS assure adequate school facilitiesfor
Douglas." The prop- trol. The other five occupants Those Interested the children of Army personnel
PP" "REFLECTIONS ON THE Waters and Post, was privileged to ride from ding Tailors has Just teased, Club without charge. -
miles west of Brooker of the escaped uninjured. the and defense workers InW..
: four car should at
REVOLUTION erty is and on to realtor the register
OF OUR TIME"Raroid $7,000 Starke to the supper through W.VI'. Clute, S
J. La.W exposes the and the consideration was Gainesville with him and Mr. space recently occupied by the Directors office. > ,area. Since' schools throughoutthe i

nature 0 f counter-revolution. cash. SERIOUSLY WOUNDEDThe Zetrouer. late attorney Marcus F.'Brown In country open generally In "

not only m Fascism, but also Col. Knight bought the acreageat many friends here idea Sth of the new Brown building adjacentto Baby Bed Needed 1 (Continued on page four)
aa back in 1920. Robert Green T e c h n
latent sale '
In partition Starke Postofflce. Interior I
the clash between a the
CaPlta.lIsm and Democracy. He Happening to pass by while the Grade in the Army will regret and Recent BirthsMr. alterations on the space will Col. Chas. D. Callard Is seriously 'Congressman Home ',

givenan sale was going on, he to learn that his parents Mr. Mr. Clute said, and In need of a baby bed for
evaluation of freedom auction tele- and Mrs Claude E. Batten, begin at once, I
There being Mrs. Adam Green, received a Congressman Lex Green will be
a Planned bid of $2.000. after Au- i the Station Hospital. He has a
11 as possible
democracy and a made a General Thomas Dempsey July just as soon
di cusaion of what 'to do with no better offers, he .came in gram from the Adjutant boy. gust 1 the new dress shop will 'good mattress. Anyone having I around home most of the time Vi
Germany after war. possession of a piece of propertythat last week stating that their son and Mrs. Charles Myers, such a bed that could be spared, from now until the Congressional
WUlIam ZozJenko> has compllAlnrSl he had never seen, but had had been seriously wounded In July 13 Lawtey. open.Mr.. Levin has not yet announced I should contact either Col. Cal recess is over, September 14, and

non-royalty one-act often heard of. Hill only expenseon action on July 2 In the Soutn- f boy.Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin D. Thorn who will be In charge of the lard or see Mrs. Edward Burns, his Secretary. Miss Eerie Coleman -
: Before entering -
his 23 years west Pacific area. of the Bradford County from Washington will be
during it Is that Executive
ICAN COM EDIES" in the land, Robert July 14, Brooker. new shop, but thought
ton. boy
loon,tux which' will be of ownership, ,was to never keep been up conducted the Army his own last year dry cleaning' Mr. and Mrs. Calvia Hall, boy, his wife will be. The lease Is Chapter of the American' Red at that his time.office In Starke during
had Cross.
at amon T these new books taxes, he said. It and laundrybusiness. in Starke. i July 15: Theressa. for three years.
the Library. turpentined. lit


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FRID.>tY, '
PAOK TWO i-v: rmrrrr ('0('IIT. niiAnronnOlvrV. IN (fR'TIT fog
timber from three and baby Mrs. Arsula Crawford I |\ rllUIIT, FUOItlOAl COI-HT. .n I'M 41,50111)e'nt.Y1'v tllA.CKMVhlrlesr. .%%- (- FLOHIUAI CHAICK1IV. : \- cor CEU"'Tr.. FLoaUIII'n'h fT
delivered run .
paid for and Ann. While here they; ; : : Anne Davis (11
Shirley Stuns
The b Bradford County Telegraph to eight times higher than fpr mere stump Miss Doris Crosby was a week O'Neal I..r.p. Plaintiff Drrendant.'TIOs vs. :Ellen plaintItf. vs.('a"e. Walter No, 2580.aJocepit, V.fentlant .- Carl Case No.Jefferson IUd Iler'P' OHn" "

RMtabUshed. 1877C. age sales, depending on .the type of timber, end guest of her sister Mr. AND ORDER NOTICE PURLU TO APPKAit ORDER OF E'UHLICATION ORDER OF

L Matthew ____-___ 2-lltor sad Ownei its location, and the product for which i iis it Betty Kirby of Gainesville. STAT OP FLORIDA to: EllenHeiden ana ANI NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to! WalterB. MTATEerson AND NO lee.rOLAI'PEm
addreBM STATE .
visited his parents Mr. and Mrs whose residence l is Z7Cleveland Jeff: hluy,Whlkebh elB
; eh: leleyP. O. Box 403. Myrtle Joseph whose 15041 (
used. C. C. Crawford and family of'' Street Charleston South C..aboard Avenue. 61a",
SUBSCKIKIIUN KATK Bench, Mouth Carolina.You folk Virginia 8.ul i
the growing shortage of' Butler. i ia.lr. required to appear on Carolina.You
In stressing Lake You
Month. $1.0O are to appear on are rrquireded
Yearly. $1.75: !alp above are required 10
timber vitally needed in the war, the Forester : and Mrs. Robert Ward and named August"Court 2nd. 1943 and, cause In the, wherein August Court 8th.and 1943.cause In. the wherein above plain named I I Courttand9eau,,. Ike.l,11" "
Publlabed Weekly on Friday and Entered M See- pointed to recent instances of delay or baby of Jacksonville were visiting plaintiff perks divorce and no other tiff .seeks, divorce Bradford CountyTelenraph of tiff Maiden seeks Name"' ViM,1leiHS'raph **,,T'!
thin OrderIn *
Mr. and Mrs shall publish
at the Po t Office at Starke. Fto. AIY. Ward's parents Bradford County Telegraph shall 1 .
wvl Clan Matter Several weeks a relief. four weekly issues.Wltneec publish jhktY.
of ago next next
failure delivery. W. C. Ward and family Sunday. Khali put Hull Ihta Order In hand and official In next four Weekly
large U S. ship, docked to load an important Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith and four Witness weekly. my UnueH.. hand and officialNeal peal. at starke my Florida, thin July I ..enI Wltn."s at Starke my hand!Iesut orll
Somewhere A Boy of food munitions and hospital supplies iamlly of Jacksonville were guest; at Starke Florida this I 7th.. 1843.OFFICIAL. 8rd 1943.OFFICIAL. Florldat dl J
cargo i 1943. SEAL) A.S.: Thomas
of June.
of Mr. Smith's parents, :Mr. and A.S.: Thomas ( .. Maid Court.T. SEAL) A. ,
SEAL) Clerk of 1
six' I Olo'ICIAI. : A Tb,
Somewhere a boy has a rendezvous for the African Front, was delayed : Mrs. J. N. Kelly recently.M ( An Clerk of said Court. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida Paul Palters JackeonvlII.CI"rk Of r.
to brae John :J. Hendemon. KH n. Atty. for -97 4t 7-SO Atty for PI..
the lumber for Plf. Pit.
e' with death tonight. days because necessary and Mrs. Fate Brown of: Pit. 1.9 41 7.93 Atty. 7.t II'1t.

M ; Whether on a carrier's deck in the Pa- and secure her cargo was not available. Ii Starke were visiting Mr. Brown'i. -

cific, amid the burning sands of North another instance, a critical shipment of air mother night. Mrs. Arle Brown, Sunday

Africa, or in the tropical forests of New craft repair parts missed a convoy because Pfc. Otis Crawford and wife

Guinea- :-whether swift and perilous, or the lumber necessary to make the packing and baby Mrs. Arsula Crawforc ., A a se lf3;y A

terrible and slow his going-he is giving to boxes was not produced on schedule. and Shirley Ann were guests of
Mr. and Mrti. Arils Werts of: t rW t1ip" /
! his fellow men the greatest gift a man can "Even farmers with small woodland Jacksonville d nesday. White

give. can help swell the production total" it was there they enjoyed a fishing tl'lpat

,i The years unlived-the warmth and the explained. 'Where farmers need technica Orange Park.C. .

laughter and the tears, and-most preciousgift advice in selecting and marketing timber,, C. Crosby, Floyd Crosby,
have been. should get in touch with their State Marcus Conner, and Wllllair
of all-his sons that might they Crosby made a bualnesa trip to

h' An these he is giving. Forester, Extension Service Forester, or a Jacksonville Monday. .

r No effort of ours, now, can stay the representative of the U. S. Forest Service Miss Doris Crosby was visiting I__ :: ;' i ,Il,, 111 f1, -

r speeding bullet that has his number on it. for this assistance. These specialists can Miss Colene Crawford of Lake VfI yt,1 ; ___

What to him, now, are the bonds we buy, give expert advice on selecting the trees to< Butler Friday. ,(
Mr and Mrs. Jess Vining and
f or the guns we build? be cut, and on how they should be sold to daughter, Jessie, of Lake Butler 1 y9zti' '

' With nothing that is bought or sold, realize the greatest possible return to, serve were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N.

with nothing that is made of human hands, their highest war usefulness." Kelly recently.Mrs. :
Maggie Adklns: or Jack
can we share his sacrifice. sonville is spending a few days _
What gift can we give to match his- Parents Are To BlameJ. here with friends.

what sacrifice can we make? The answer
Edgar Hoover, the wonderfully CHURCH DIRECTORY OF y binHere's
will come from that still small voice withinour head of the FBI, who' has refused SERVICES
own hearts. many more lucrative jobs because he felt K... A. 11). Llckiroot. Factor
no tell how bondsto see N. -Wal.at Street,
For one can us many the job he had was the most important one Church School IIU: A. M.
buy how hard to work on the guns and MorntnaWorship: 11:00 A. M.
he could fill, says the delinquency of youth, H. T. Ur 7:00: P. M.
planes and tanks we build, to keep his gal- EveningWorship 8:00: P. M.
the tendency of boys and girls to crime, is W.dn.. lant effort from having been in vain. Yes, almost invariably directly traceable to the .riRsr- -jtKTfiorxsTT.

we must each decide the measure of our a. G. C.' fvwell., Pm.t..r,
neglect of 'parents to perform their sacred .. W. Chart Street
own 'obligation-the gasoline we do not use, have Church .NeIIQo1.15.00 A. M. clincher for
duty as parents of the children they Sunday : A. M. the me
the pints of blood we donate, the food we brought into the world. The charge is a Evening Young Worship ':00? M.P.: M.

do without, and all the other appeals we grave and terrible one, but it seems to be Wednesday Worahlp. -- 1:00 P. M.
answer-to make theprecious gift he made ..... MAMK'A: EPISCOPAL.
fully justified by the facts so often broughtout a... Fred ....rk_ Heetor T&ii it my hid He's pretty good kid.;. It's taken right out of my pay,on the PijrrotlSavings
worthwhile.Not 3041 W. Charvk. Street, Plan. That I hardly miu it.
in the courts of the country. way
Church School 10:00: A. M. I always used to figure he'd get along all
for the boy who is dying tonight, is part time job. It Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. But it mounts up fast.
Being a parent no the I did.
Sunday Evening 1:10: P. M. tight In the world tame way
but because he is dying, we can make our takes twenty-four hours a day to attend to Friday Ev.nln. 7:30: P. M. And every else of those War Bonds will p.,
Holy Days 111:00: A. M. But a war. starts you thinking.
sacrifices to the cause of freedom. bock/Mrr dolUrtftr l&rf
results. Fathersare
it properly and get the right what kind of a
FIRST rWKSBTTEHIA! : Nobody knows for sure Just
-Reprinted from General Electric .. ..... .. it back when kid need it moo.
not excused. They have ,their obliga- a.S4S c: North' H.Cherry A II. .Paetoe.. world my kid will have Co grow up la. But Pay my may

Monogram. tion to train children, but since they are Church School 10:00: A. M. whatever. kind of a world it lj. a little money Sure, I'd be buying bonds anyway. I know

usually the bread winners and are not in Senior Sunday Cruaadea Worship t.OO 11:00: : P.A.M.M. behind him will help. the Government needs money to win the wu.
Intermediate Youth ':-00 P. M. And, it's the least sacrifice a guy eta maizenow.
Critical Timber Shortage contact with the children as much as are Evening. Worship.-7:00: P. M. That'i why I'm salting money away for him for the country tbst's been good to him.

Already, overworked farmers have been their mothers, hence the greater obligationrests liT. RnWAKD'9 CATHOLIC .
Rev. Tho..J. Marrkr. r..... But the clincher with me is my kid.
with his future
mother and in too instances Tpl. .. I'm not taking any chances
called on for still another vital contributionto upon the many V BEarly ,
Ma ,tI::00 A. M. I'm guaranteeing it in the best way I know bowl *
the prosecution of the war. The U. S. the mother fails. She either does .. Crrvle.eSunday
M*.. ':00 A. M. Etffry: py J y,...,./;*qimrttr if u>bt 1 nutktgatt Chances are, you're already in the Payroll
Forest Service has'appealed for increased not recognize, this obligation to her children, .Weak _DayrPyesj,8:00! _A. M. into War. Bonds.. Not just when I csa Savings Plan-buying War Bonds-doing

production of selected timber from farm or even though she does recognize it, she Ki-vcsi/Br. LANE BAPTIST! spare it. ,But every single pay dajr-week in, your bit. But don't'stop there. Raise rout
woodlands to meet war needs. too many times decides she can find more It... II.Every M_ Till.Sunday.... Pa.torServlcea week our. sights Do your tttttYOUVE

Joseph C. Kircher, Southern Regional pleasure at a bridge club or cocktail party. Sunday Morning School VVorahlpu: -10 A A.M M.PCNilt11RYTAL .

Forester, points out that such productioncan Children cannot be just left to come GOSPEL'

bring the farmer financial profit, cant up. They need continual training and ad- .Wor"hlp T Service\IIKHACIK: each Cord's Day,
monition and instruction from those who ll A.I\[. ;
substantially aid the Nation's war effort, Bible School-3 p. MKvangellHtlc .
and Tan serve through selective cutting to have authority over them. Everyone knows Service p. M BITl-HOW
; Tnr.dav-Rlble study 9 P. 11(. In DONE YOUR DO YOUR BEST!
establish woodlands on a sustained produc- that the natural inclination of humanity is Mlcslon Wednesday I hail.: Children's: Bible Lesson -

ing basis. to do wrong. That seems to be inherent in and. Choral Work-4 P. 1'Tbur."ayVlctory \(.

"During the summer 'lay-by' period, all of us. To correct this condition, proper _F"'ay-Evang..U.Uo 9 P. lie Prayer Meeting Group BOOST TOUR BOND BUriMfWJj THMSBH 7H!FAYHOLL SAVINGS MAN

there are few farm jobs which will returna training is necessary. So many of the chil- P. M.

better profit on the operator's labor and dren of the present day seem to lack the CHfllfH OF riini! T This advertisement is a contribution to America's: sll-out War Effort by
One Illork Weep of Inlon B..
that of any hired help he may have than principles of honesty and respect for prop Stall,..
Brroa 11. t.I.,
getting out marketable timber," it is said. erty rights of others. Not all of our par- Bible Study 10:00: A.Evan.ell.t 8LMorning Ed Prince Starke Blanding Tailors
Wouhlop 1100: A. Jo!(.
"The demands are keen for'almost all typesof ents fail in their obligations to properly Evening Wor..h1p. 1:30: P.' II. Floe
Opposite Park Theatre Starke,
Bible study Wednesday 8:00: P. M.
usable wood-poles and pilings, sawlogs, train their children. Many still do good

veneer logs and pulpwood. In fact, almost jobs in this direction but, too there are

every species of tree that grows in the far too many in these times, who do not. Have a Coca-Cola Saludos Amiga

South is now finding its way to the fight- One judge said that when youths were ,

ing fronts." brought before him for delinquencies, his (GREETINGS, FRIEND)

The Forester points out the opportunities inclination ,was, not to punish the child, but

for converting labor already on the 'to sentence the parents to jail until they -j.-- .

farm into increased income by cutting, logging realized their obligation to their children 1rj I '

and delivering farm woodland timber, and .to the community in which they live.-

rather than selling it as stumpage. Prices Clay County. Crescent. f

PINE LEVELBy Lucile and Haven Crosby, Odessa SUNNY BROOK FARM ;

Mrs. II.>>M. McRae McRae Vernon Crosby. Doyle By Mrs. Arsula CrawfordMrs. j-4 ; :
Conner, and Mrs. J. L. Conner ;
Cpl. Isaac W Lewis of Camp Nona Newlon o f Fort' -
hands, New York spent the and children of Rising section: Myers spent last week with her 4 w.1 -
week bore with his brotherinlaw also Pvt. DeWitt Crawford of mother Mrs. Arte Brown. r uifiui
and stater. Mr. and Mrs. Camp Swift Texas who is at I Mrs. William Crosby and baby v 'I I ; \ \
home furlough, and many '
David Kelly. spent a'few days last week with .
Mr. and Mra, H. M. McRae more were there to enjoy the oc- her mother,. Mrs. Vera"Alston 01 a t,: I I
Mrs. L. F. Alford and Miss Odessa ,casion. ,Lake Butler. J'I
McRae attended the revival meet- Pfc. Otis Crawford of Camp Ie a "' WS
ing at Woodlawn Sunday. THERESA Breckenridge. Ky., spent a few I a
Mrs. B. M\ McRae and children r By Mine. Ida Ilacan I days furlough here with his wife -

and Mrs. Wesley McRae and / -
of Camp
Pvt. Frank Kelsay pi --
little ,son, James were visiting week-end with 1, / ,
BlandLng spent
Krtt. T. N. Norman In Gum Mrs. A. H. IT I/ ..d4'J4'r
Branch section Sunday afternoon.Mrs his Kelsay parents, Mr.. and
-. E. Sapp of New River
was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae D. J,. Phillips was a business
Monday. ,visitor to Palatka Saturday.R. .

Mrs. David Kelly and daughter, ''V. Williams was a business l
Mantle accompanied by Mrs. Kel- 'visitor to Live Oak. last week. '

ly's brother, Cpl. Isaac W. Lewis Mrs. Lydia Hall and granddaughter \ ,
are'spending a few days visiting I I Grace Dickinson, were T j lt' natural for popular a3mes to
relatives at Greenville and Mon- visiting friends in Keystone % uire friendly) abbreviations. Th >
s tlcello. ,I Heights Tuesday.Mrs. why called "C"1"'
hear Coca Cola
Mr. and Mrs.: W. C. Conner and Rhoda Dampler and Ion.i. you
Lewis were. ,Billie the week-end with
mother, Mrs. H. H. spent '
visiting relatives at Ocala Sunday -''i.Mr ,and Mrs. J. J. ZIegler. v- ? how get acquainted in Mexico

Mrs. Lottie McOual and Mrs. of ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and H.: Moorer of Miami are spendingthe Americans i
daughters. Vonclle. Shirley and summer with their sister, Mrs. J ,soon feel at home in Mexico. Down there you'll hear a new kind

Carolyn of Rising section spent Ei. S. Slbley. of tJdo as homey as Main Rifest. It'sII, a "CoiS*.'It means f B l
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I Seaman 2-c Earl Geiger of "Howdy,

Daniel Kelly. chUdren, Cocoa Beach was visiting his Under the Rationing ,Pro- neighbor" from Terre Haute to Tampico. All over the globe Coca-Cola l r
Mrs. Edyth Mrs. J. P. Dickinson one
mother. You are allowed 3 stands for SbQaaf.this nJnsha-has become the
Ernestine and Teddy, of Jacksonville day last week. gram symbol of welcome: between
spent the weekend here with Pairs ef Shoes Per Year.
Herbert Clover.ettleof Cocoa friendly-minded folks .
Mrs. Ellen Lowe and mother, Mrs. Beach was visiting his family Let Us Make Your Old ,
A. L. Alford. last week. Ones Like New I
Those of this section who attended -.
the birthday celebrationat Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alfred and 1011110 UNOIt AUTHOIITY Of THI CCXUUCOIA COAPANV IT -the global

the home of Mr, and Mrs. family have bought a home from THEELECTRIC STARKE COCA-COLA, BOTTLING
Zary Crawford Monday evening In Mrs. D. W Moore. The people of SHOE SHOP COMPANY high-sign

honor of their daughter, MillS this community! welcome themand Aevw From Park Theatre .cc.---'
wish them lots of luck. ne
Bernice Crawford, were: Mines C1943

ran A.wky

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18, 1843 i >

NEWS SECTION and family I Mr.:. B. Y. Saxon. I I Guard was at home for the week Mrs. Lea Brown. of Jacksonville visited Mrs. I Ilion

Edward !!Saxon U, S. N., of Olen HIcks who is in the I I Mrs. Ethel Tidwell of Macon Mae Sweeney during the week-
4 few Balnbrldge, Md., Is here for a..' Army was here for a few days I I end.Walden Wadsworth has com I Ga., Is at her home here for a end. Florrle their daughter, returned -
Hints For The days! visiting relatives. visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie pleted his training at Camp 'few days. home with them after J
I Harold Brannen of Lake Butler' Kalch. He is stationed In Cali Roosevelt and at Is at
present I Friend regretted to see Mr. spending a few weeks here with
Household spent the week-end with friends. fornla. home. relatives. I
ftmonsense :Mrs. G. W. I and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and family
OF GRASS CANNING FIGS past week a t Bradenton spent and the Mrs. O. D. Gay was called to : Miss Jeanette Parker of Stnrke j move to Lake Butler. It is Let me remind you that If you t
RTANCB Sarasota Atlanta Ga.- because" of the serious spent her vacation with friends ;\with our best wishes that they enjoy seeing this column In print. i iI

all the crops that Floridaes When enjoying fresh ripe figs, Illness of her nephew./ and relatives here. enjoy their new home and work will do my best If you will help I
none Is more Import- take heed for the day when the Mrs Vivian Saxon of Daytona Alvin Wynn stationed at St. Carl Brown, of the U, S. Army I there. I to give me the happenings of the I
an, prase By the unknow-I fresh crop Is spent Canned figs Beach spent Sunday with Mr. and Augustine with .the U. S. Coast Is visiting his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Gnnnn and week.Barbara! Horne I ,.

been sort of "kick- I are delicious-for dessert with -
Uss has -------
r-- -- -- -
I :;j j jI
ouncT la the past ("Why cream or cottage cheese and in -

won't even grow there!I" many other ways. Use only ripe
commenting on Infertilebut figs as these contain more sugar pe.. ..M .tv k :
grass has truly come than those which have not reached -

u own as a crop of flrst- full maturity and they are
importance. arso, of much finer flavor. Green

zresslve livestock producersknown figs shrivel in cooking, while sun- Ay K .x3 t a k o Z es ti n e vkw' s" q
the great value of burned figs are tough and do not
have knownit take sugar properly.
a long time,
is the cheapest of all When figs are at just the right
known that grass will stage of maturity gather them
have fledgling steer into a with stems attached, in flat shal- 12
e low baskets or trays. Can them
animal. Progressiveen '
,e e without
have known that It Is delay. I

heapest feed they can get Wash figs gently and drain.

,eir' cows that grass does Make a syrup In proportion of k ;
hlng in the way of producch 1-2 pound sugar to 1 pound of '

nutritious milk that no fl&a-uslng-l cup sugar to 2
feed can do. i cups water. (A mild honey or

now with farmers over the i cane syrup may be substitutedfor
to the war- half the sugar.) Pre-cook "er
responding figs in gently boiling water for ; er" ed.Mw sa
Jall for more meat and dairy
fcu with more meat and 8 to 10 minutes to( soften" them,
!improve their and tn
I animals than ever before
he feed supply lagging be- increase absorption--t-syrup. Confine tS
I needs grass appears to be figs in a wire basket in parboiling

mplest, most effective way taking no more than a
quart at one time. When the
Ktion -
.aID.ng necessary pea
milk 8 to 10 minute cook is over, place
: of pork, beef ,
figs In boiling syrup. Few, if
lutter.true. that grass will grow I any, figs will be broken in this .,, ,a a4...
essential treatment If t
tea where other crops willo
very well, but it's also handled. There should be an -S
abundance of syrup at all timesso
produce more
(that grass
little stirring will be required.
It is given a bit of special
Cook until clean (about one
JOD. For example a dairywill -
better hour) and the syrup has thicken.
get notably re-
ed somewhat. Allow figs to stand
from 15: acres of carpet
j that have been given little overnight to further absorb syrup.
It Jon[ If he applies the right Next: day, place figs in hot jars,

[and quantity of fertilizer to adding boiling hot syrup to fill

Or, he may Increase the all spaces. Process pints at-boil.
ing 15: minutes..
of his
i capacity pasture ,
Cooking In Jar .y lei
seeding It with some othera a ws ii
i Another method Is cooking in 5e'

the jar. When figs are taken H .
farmer has available land
( from the parboil, place directly in SQS
11 do well to expand his pas n
hot jars and add hot syrup to
plant more grass or other
them. Do not pack too closely Ma gaNr a
jig; crops. He will not have .t
and be liberal with Process .
uch pasture, for there just
at boiling from 1 to 1 1-2
be too much pasture
hours. This sterilization belong t
must (
ass not only Is cheap feed
year, but it's the only soluIn enough to overcome the raw
sight for the feed, probIf appearance-chalky, white colorof -
the fruit. The length of time
grass production Is not
iased for the cook will vary somewhat i-o*
or expanded meat and -
:from year to year depending upon -
| production cannot be maln- a
whether the season has been
at present levels or In- Ali : "'
very wet or very dry. 1"
ed and both of these pro- m. V 5tr
are needed badly and will Then If preserved figs or figs
nue to be needed until the of a heavier, sweeter character or

[is over. sweet pickles are desired at a
lerlous feed shortage has de- later day, and the sugar or cane

Kd and may'get even worse, syrup Is available the figs maybe'opened'and
pit farmer or dairyman who more sugar or I
meet It and produce as syrup added to them.

food as possible from his

t of cattle and hogs will plant GUM BRANCHBy a- '

grass more temporary Mrs. T. N. Norman 5 S
Vug crops for late summer ,
temporary grazing crops forr L. Q. Glllyard of Lake Helen N S

and more permanent pas- spent the latter part of the week ,
here with relatives.

Mrs. B. ]1,(. McRae and children
TRAIN SCHEDULE and Mrs. J. W. McRae and children :

Southbound of Pine Level were visiting LIKE A NICE OCEAN TRIP-FREE ? :

107-9.S5 A. M. Mrs T. N. Norman Sunday.J. .
191-11:15: : P. M. S. Sapp and D. W. Reddish

1 -11:40: P. M.Northbound spent the week-end at Trenton

attending the quarterly meetingof -
2-4::46 A. M. the Primitive Baptist Church FINE TRIP to Europe. All expenses paid... Millions more..from a subject people. Proud have us relax, to have us sit back and consider

192-5:21: A. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp madea Nazi Government.? You get your own Americans whom their conquerors will march the war all but over.
22-1:15: : P. M. (Petersburg, business rip to Gainesville Mon- p
fa. and beyond) day.Mr. caLi?...together with about thirty others. But J proudly] before all the earth. Prisoners. Beaten, We must do all we can now to keep the enemy ,

44-2:30: P. M. (Peterburg. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and they'll all be Americans, so you'll be subjugated slaves.Businessmen 'from ever again regaining the initiative. And '
fa. and beyond) little son of Sampson City were
108-6:05: P. M. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp people you know. who were proud of their white that demands: ceaseless effort on our part.

"nee Branch to Bell, Fla. Sunday. This is what can happen if the enemy wins. collars and their profits and didn't want to give On the part of you who read this advertise. to-
leave Starke 7:00: A. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Shaw and
1. 102 arrive Starke 1:45: P. M. children of Lawtey were visitingMr. For when the war ends, Europe will be them up. Factory workers who were proud of ment and us who sign it. We must not Jail now! '

and Mrs Felix Sapp Sunday.Mr. stumbling and weak from malnutrition. There their wages..the highest in the world..and
and Mrs. Carlton Chastain
ratcJiYoUKKidneys of Hampton were visiting rela- will be an enormous job of reconstruction to wanted to keep on earning them. Shopkeepersbe

tives here Sunday. done. So what more logical move for a vic ...whose last, prosperity was a war prosperity
Mr. and Mrs. W. .S. Beckmanof
/ Jacksonville were visiting Mr. torious Germany than to ship healthy, well-fed which they enjoyed and coveted. .

sip Them Cleanse the Bloodor and Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday Americans over? Are these harsh words? Words can't be too This Ad Sponsored
Body Waste afternoon after attending the
Your kida.1I .r. eo""t.tty! AlMrtnf sing at Woodlawn church. Suppose there isn't enough food to feed them. harsh today, because today reality is harsh. It
I.mutm from the blood '
I"YI lot u tometimr Nature lnu.'I"their.' .tream.' 000,1010 But Suppose they die in thousands like starved is no longer a dream-world. It is a nightmare- By The Following
"d l-1.11 to nr -
0 wa'1 In tb..y.um purltim that sad U .t.ln..... may Hampton HappeningsBy cattle.There will be millions more to draw from, world. And all of us must realize it and think of
4y pmt' *bo1* Barbara Home Starke Merchants

Symptom lDa.blaor"may be".IIKf"e b...k.ch.. millions more to ship over..to work, and work, p. it day and night, lest we become soft.and perish.
1110111 badae s...ttk..of diaiu.m, Rev. E. D. Garrett, pastor of
ItlD.d.... tba up.y mlghm_. Ioog....lIIa.o.. pulllll.rYoue_ the Methodist Church assisted by and sleep in prison camps and work, and itch, For never forget..we have only just begun to

.ot Y aDd I''.na tom of kid of.pop."ar..eI bl.dd.r.......t'...'.".. some very'very'' successful capable teachers vacation closeda Bible with lice, and become; diseased, and work and .win in this war. The enemy is still strong. And

Inqumt IN lomati_ b..iDe..ty orT there is nothing he would like better than toFRANK'S
:: urin.tiam. School week. About 50 children work, and die. '
: -
b..0 doubt that prompt''matt attended and at Church Services
Ie wlmr t..... .alect. LN
I 1',11., Doe..'. ".'. ...... win.lnt Sunday morning each was pre
., ha,. Datl.lda mom $b.a fort' yam'. sented with a certificate.

-mDded by ...ropopt.the Mrs. J. W. Rahme ST., enter ;,\ BEERBLANDING
Iry ow sir' I
oeor. A.1r STORE
,Uorl tained the W. M. U.. of the Baptist BARKSDALE'S CARL JOHNS r

Church Thursday afternoon, "We Clothe The Family" CENTER, Inc.
WANS PILLS July 7. Eight members were f, DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

present charge of and Mrs.the K.program B. Watterson.The was in. S H A F KIN S VETERANS LOCKER CLUB I
topic for the month Is the Kingsley Lake
Witness of the Lifted Light. Phil SAM ROSENBERG & SON -

2:15.: 16.After o(' J. H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler LEI t A' S -


Rahme assisted by her daughter STORE K. G. DUNCAN r
Mrs. Hazel Starr, served l loe cream .tr VICTORY INN
for Standard Oil
and cake.
The next meeting will be held THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP P. S. STORESCARPENTER'S

''-Max Shane at the home of Mrs. G. W. Htn- Across From Park Theatre GUY'S MARKET

clan of Junior
hostess to her
lout and water- ., I
eyeg bother you 1.! Church with a picnic -
'mk diem and melon cutting Thursday after- PLACE THE GUIDON GRILL

d1 planet iI you need then. noon, July 7. at Hampton Lake. BLANDING TAILORS

stn expeflence.Hotldsys Swimming was enjoyed and a JORDAN'S BAR 129 E. Call Street & BlandIng Center TEMPLE GARAGE tl
Sunday, by good time had by all.
? appolnhmentb Lt. W. J. :Myers has returnedto MILITARY SUPPLIES BOWLING ALLEY CAFE
a-4g7i Maryland after spending a few BARNEY'S DRINK STAND

days with his parents, Mr. and I

Mrs. J. U Myers. advertisement prepared and published originally by American Locomotive Company and is reprinted with its permission.)
T. F. Brown and son, Frank. (This was
1LJO IUE FLORIDA I ''spent In Miami visiting
a few days
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Mr. and Mrs. Gordon .. .a


,, .. ,

I flower lovers were delighted to eroned by Bill an' Dot Powell, jured ''up by the mere nT" *

Visitor HonoredAt feast their eyes on the two large while Comer Perryman, Herbert the word "housepartv- nu<*e l
I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Luncheon baskets of gorgeous rhododendronthat Green, Bobble Turner and Bunyon quick, Watson, pull loin

-- --- -- -.- ---- -- decorated the Methodist Urquhart are bivouacking In at the before I go off the del' CUI1aIa
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---- Mrs H. B. McLendon of Orlando Church last Sunday Seems peek place, under tae auspicesof start reminiscing :nd Iii
'Gala Party Given Miss Lois Ferryman Ah me, See you In 0 IG
New USO GroupIs Baptist Circles who is the guest of her they were mailed as buds to the next t
L. Matthews Nelle (Mrs. what pleasant memories are con
Week For 63rd DivisionAt parent., Mr. and Mrs. E. Amelia Ray from -
Met This Cal'OIJIIt's
Organized was the honored guest at a \V. H.) Nollman, now enjoying

Among Young MenNow Tho regular monthly BaptistW. USOYMCAOne luncheon Saturday at",, one o'clock, I the Invigorating zephyrs at her
Service given by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Highlands, N. C. summer retreatGlimpsed
M. U. Royal program eventsof
of the outstanding
the USO-YMCA has a new the Church Monday E. L. Matthews, In, her home on
held in
was the for-
the summer season was ,
organization! This new group, with eight membersand Church Street.Arrangements. s
mal dance given 1 a a t Friday I
the V* W. O., has taken Its place two visitors present. of gladioli, roses Betty Dfltard. the I tIre
with the O. S. O. and the W. S. The program was in charge of night In honor USO-YMCA.of the 63rd Division The and white oleander were used in hard-working and comp 1 e t e 1 y ,?,
O. in carrying on the activities of' Circle One, of which Mrs. L. G. by decorating the lower floor of the charming hostess at Blanding's
63rd known the Blood and
the USO. For a long time a Powell is Leader. Mrs. Powell Matthews home for this affair Service: Club No. Two enjoying a
Fire Division, was recently activated -
group of local young men, below conducted the Bible study and discussed The luncheon table around day off and spending it in Starke
at Blanding.,
draft age, has been of Invaluable in an Interesting manner Camp which the guests were seated, was with Madge Mlddleton\ Was
assistance during dances and par- the theme, "Witness of the Lifted As the guests entered the covered with a lace luncheon set accompanied by her attractive I fY4it(
!. ties at the building. They have Lamp." Prayer was offered by lounge their attention was centered and centered with a crystal bowlof young daughter, Ann, who Is up _

cheerfully done anything required Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr., and upon a huge replica of the pink rose buda and white! lace from Tampa for the summer .
a to make the evening a success Mrs. J. H. Lord. division Insignia placed over the flower. Her many friends along Call
for the soldiers and to assist the Offering at this time was $2.70. hearth. A striking table arrange Street will be interested to know
staff. They have substituted at ment of red carnations and yellow Following a three-course lunch that Nurse Marvene Simpson recently -

the snack bar and check room The Circles-of the Baptist W. marigolds further symbolized eon the hostess presented Mrs. qualified as state supervisor

moved furniture, ca! r r led cold M. U. will meet Monday afternoon the colors of the division. McLendon with a crystal vase as in the eastern territory of

drinks to the band, etc. When July 19th, as follows: The men were greeted by members a memento of the occasion- Mrs. Ohio She's now residing at SAYS THE 0.C.D.'s
Lester p Robinson of Orlando,
+ decorations are to be put up they 1-With Mis. D. L. Silcox; of.the Woman's Service Organization house of Mr. and Mrs. 3030 Lincoln Way East, Massillon, "CITIZEN'S HANDBOOK
i5 lend a willing hand. Having attended 2-With Mrs. H. L. Hough; and the Girls' Service James guest Lewis a Ohio Save a portion of your FOR WAR"
# so many USO events they 3-With Mrs. G. W. Alderman; Organization as they entered the deck of was presented! of superfluous sympathy for pretty
+ are experts in watching for details The Business Woman' Circle building. These girls and ladies playing cards, a gift Jewell Carter Seems she has common sense to
the hostess.
where they may be of assist of the Baptist Church will meet from the two organizations madea always yearned for one of those make things last as
next Monday night at 8:30: o'clockat lovely picture in their gay sum- Those invited;X'o1 be with the light mahogany sun tans and was and
of the group at present the borne of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. mer evening dresses. honoree and hostess were: Mrs. sure she'd get 'It on her recent long as possible, .

f are: Bobby Turner, president; Canova, Mrs. Earl Searing will Miss Evelyn Stump, presidentof O. L. Beasley, "Mrs,,,J. W. Kin- visit in Miami But as luck wartime conservation ,
Herbert Green, first vice-presi have charge of the program. the G. S. O. formally welcomedthe cald, Mrs. H. E C. Ritch Mrs R. would have it, It rained the whole dictates that you keep

e dent; George Kennla. second vice- men and invited them to par F. Demorest, Mr. Ethel M. Biggs, time she was there, so Jewell your home and your keep ,your home in
president; Bunyan Urquhart, third Mrs R. A. na., Mrs. H. L. ticipate in all USO activities. Mrs. J. W. Browrilee{ Mrs. D. A. is still as fair as ever possessions In good good order for the
i vice-president, and Lyle Anderson Hough, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, and Monteith, Mrs. J. W. Andrew.,
Zr fifth vice-president. Rev and Mrs. Milo Massey rep- The Grand March was led'by Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. James IN The Mallb g: Surprise com- order and repair. duration. So says the
There are several alumni members resented the Starke Church and Major-General and Mrs. Louis E.Hlbb. Lewis and guest,Mrs.. Robinson munication from an ex-Call- Brush up on the many Office of Civilian De

who have Joined the Armed Women's Missionary Society at .. Major-General Hibbs I* the Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. Jun- streeter/ who went into self-exile skills which will help fense.. _
Forces. the New River Baptist Association commanding general of the 83rd Ius M. Smith, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, down Pompano way several year
Division. '
Miss Freddie
< The USO staff is very grateful which was held at North directed the march. Wlmberly Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State before starting in to serve Uncle LET PLAX AND OTHER LOWE BROTHERS FINISHES
to' these young men for their Pleasant Grove Church near Santa Farm, and Mrs. G. L. Patten of Sam-Vivian Saxon "Here 1
assistance Fe last Friday. Music for the evening was furnished Tallahassee. HELP PROTECT YOUR HOME AND ITS POSSESSIONS
by the 63rd Division Band am at the Naval Supply Depot
which Is in Oakland, Calif." he writes .
Marcia Kay, KinchenPvt. WSCS To MeetThe musicians.an unusually fine groupof Birthday Party "Let those rave about Californiawho Lowe Brothers

'Punch and cake were served In For want to, but it Is nothing PER PINT
and Mrs. James T. KInchen business and program the lounge during the evening.In Georgei' like God's Country to me. It PLAX
the arrival of daughter meeting of the Methodist WSCS falls
announce a rains so much and the fog
addition to Major-General and George Thorn of Mr.
July 9 at the Alachua County. will be held at the church'Mon. young so thick that you can't tell when 70cfOR (
Mrs. several
Hibbs. other distinguished and Mrs. Julius 'L. Thorn, was THE UNIVERSAL FINISH
Hospital; Gainesville. Pvt. Kin- day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Circle It's raining or fogging. I sleep
guests were present at given a surprise'' birthday
chen la stationed at Fort Bragg One ,will, have charge of the pro- party under a blanket nearly ,every ENAMELING
dance.: Among these were: Thursday afternoon, July 8, at .
N.'C. gram. Brigadier-General Hlrrls, Colonel the home of his parents on N. night, and it's none -too-.twarm, ; taif ped.ct'wmellno...:; that rtaUU hard wear and

Mesick, Major Robert K. Lleding Cherry St. The"dccasion was his then" Well, the rain and fog suits on any surface fssy abu_. Economical, too
and Mrs. Lleding, Lt. J. R. Swen- seventh birthday*anniversary. angle might not be so good, but to apply, quick to dry. A ordinarily only one cost is

lion, Lt. B. Levkoff, and Lt.' Na- Outdoor games! were enjoyed that sleeping under a blanket tough beauty gloss finish needed tor rsfinishing.Lowe .

deo. during the afternoon, under the every night doesn't sound par
Dancing partners were furnished direction of; : George's older ticularly hard to take, right now,

I. by the O. S. O. and came from brother, Phillip, and refreshments Vivian, ole boy Cpl. David

T r. r 1 Starke, Lawtey, Lake Butler, Keystone of Ice cream and sherbet were Shuford wig wags his new address
Heights Raiford, Palatka, served to the following guests: which is: Co. A, 663 Eng. Brothers, Tough and long-lasting, May
FLA and Crescent City. Hollis Knight, Jr., Mary Jones, Bn., Camp Claiborne La. to apply. to Interior Doors of

Mrs. Jeannette Klncald represented Tommy Jones, Jimmy Weldon, wood concrete.Withstands
the W.: S. O. as chairmanof Mary Ella Turner, Van and Jerry Glimpsed Nat Sternberg back in FLOOR hard wear-cleans easily.

social arrangements and assisting Anderson, Tommy Smith and town after a month' vacation in "
! SUN. MON. TUES. her were: Mrs. L. A. Davis, i iMr. George and Levy Canova. Hot Springs and New York City PER $f
.. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. Edward' Hear Mr. S. went on to ENAMEL QUART Mf

Burns, Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow, BOARD YIELDSTO Springfield, 111., to visit son-in-
JULY 18 19 20 Mrs. Rawson Davis, and Mrs. law and daughter, Jack an' Ruth
Julius Thorn. PATRONS Scanlan Several friends of

Several hundred guests enjoyed ((Continued from page one) Margaret Duncan are firmly con-
this affair which is the first in a It would vinced she should I run for Congress lowe Brothers Lowe BrotIJers
September work serious -
series of events planned by the a Seems she's been hiding -
staff of the USO-TMCA in hon- I Starke hardship in the on-fall.those to have coming to en-to a definite gift of oratory all MELLO-GLOSS HIGH STANDARD

or of the 63rd Division. these years! You'll have to (SEMI-CLOSS
ter In B..H. S. in Sep- HOUSE PAINT
hand it to the Lecln famlly-
The dance
was arranged by the tember, a month late. WALL PAINT
USO-YMCA staff In they really have a sense of humor Save
/ / / / cooperationwith At money. Covers
a previous meeting, the Its beautiful, l1)n .. ., In spite of their great distress ;
Major Robert Lieding; Division solidly moresquare
School Board had objected to the Ing, .a tiny" .
Special Service Officer.BridgeLuncheon over being forcibly evicted lustre finish is (set $* .9C
rr September opening on the ground *
from their Call St. living quarters, gallon
that it would coat approximately easily cleaned $3.50 per l'e6a!.
they could still manage a few with soap and ,spreads ea )
r r r $600, extra In trans portationchar&es Per Gal. -G II.Cans
laughs at their own expense afterIt water. and ev.nly.n
,If all county schools were
was all over Seems the
r r Mrs. O. L. Haynes was hostess not.opened,at the same time. To
to members of her bridge club at show their Interest in the matter, owner wanted his house and had

a delightful luncheon given Wednesday the Starke school trustees-S. A. their personal belongings moved
at her home o n South Weldon, K. G. Duncan and Orle out on the sidewalk found The BUY U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS ,
eclns had at last a placeto
Water St. Among the out-of- ;A. Wigglnswith interested outsiders -
9 t town guests enjoying the party I raised $600 in 24 hours stay and were planning to
move out Thursday! .
with the regular members were: by public subscription.

Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta, Ga., i, ,With this objection removed, f -
Mrs. D. B. White of Fernandina two members of the board were Seems two very, very congenial SISTRUNK
and Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or still reluctant too change 'their housepartles are now in progressat

lando. minds., After almost two hours time Kingsley. Happy at one and circumstance the same! FEED & SEED
of discussion; however
a vote _.
Come to Sturke-nianding for was, taken and-tl y' motion to open Bishop, Bobby Cameronand

better tailoring and better clean- school there ort' Sept' 6. was,., car Freddie Wimberly are staying STORE
Ing. Park Theatre. at the Bishop cottage, chap-
I Opposite ried .' "L-:- '" Stnrke, Fla.

Carolyn Callstreet

/ well-balanced meals !

SEKVANTITIS ployers by calling the lady of the \ ,

My dear, she doesn't come till house by her first name / The foods you buy with red stamps belong to two
11J' I When reprimanded about it, ,she
: And ten only stays till two.I I calmly replied, "Well, you calls different basic nutritional groups fats, (butter mar

do the cooking all myself me by" MY first name, don't j garine, cooking fats) and frotttnt, (meat cheese, fish).
? .
And help with the dishes too. you + You need food from each group every day. So, for

Of course, she, has her Thursdays W well-rounded nutritious meals keep a proper balance
off But let's not dwell too,long on between
ir the number of for each
the points spend type
To rest and do her clothes, servant situation when there of you
And every other Sunday, too-- are many more pleasant topics to Attty food Nutrition experts recommend that you use

My "dear, nobody,knows! |consider .- For Instance Op about three-fourths of your 16 weekly points for pro-
r The children make her nervous Did you know that Margie Reddish lain and about one-fourth for
Is shopping for ybr
So I tend to them myself. wedding invitations -
Her appetite .Is terrible- T Well,, she la .
Eats everything on the shelf. So that very, very Important
She says that washing hurts event must not be too far In the

her back offing . Another Southern
And sweeping makes her sneeze; Belle falling for wedding bells!

i A hot Iron gives her, fainting Hear Mignon (Slsaon) La-
spells Morte Is 'turning her talents to-

And scrubbing hurts her knees. I I ward a class in ball room dancing

Yes, dear, the servant problemIs at the USO-NCCS Well,
r enough to make you blue. who's surprised T Always

,Sometimes I can't. help wonder- knew the lovely Mignon could
Ing not renounce the, terpsichorean.
starting .V Who' hired out to who! art for long ? Communique
4 But was I frightened stiff just from Boca Raton Informs me that

PAT O'BRIEN now- Robert Jackson now comes com- F;

I She vowed she'd quit tOday' pletely equipped with sergeant'schevrons
And I really believe she would. Hear that he, Hilda

RANDOLPH SCOTT you know, and the baby will arrive'here on t* JOINTS A WIIK ton MOW, 4 POINTS A WIIK FOR ,AT*
furlough in .
.. If I hadn't raised! her pay! August t.
with Ttuee.founha of your red souldo The fats you buy with your red
.EDDIE Cheese or ntJotted '.Ih. Prompt for. ProtPln foods me.t, .t4"pt._butter /lard,
h ANNE SHIRLEY All of which gives you a rough Dooley Davis. Is the proud possessor I' SIC nutllen.. thai margarine ous
rep..r body tiuuea.They are builj .na shortening, salad, and cooking/
Idea of the chief topic of conversation of the most unusual brace So cJ"a'l to rll'bala -
1 ALBERT splurge' on fats "d skimp ---- nutritious m Is. are essential energy foods. Butler
WMTM. IECD .. around the bridge tables let on Call orany other street lo bus! both.' Of course you can budget on proteins budget t.your points and fortified margarine are il
"a' ROBERT P* -* 911: MJcLANI a these days We girls used to .v. Was -birthday gift from 'wecklf bun Just remember the Correct Proportioninapuu d nf s sources of Vitamin i A.fats
Sgt. Fred Kady :and was fashioned time*.. many points for S proteins a. for fats. three tie sure your family. gets the
t" Also brag about our servants, but now by the Sgt. himself from a hey need. They will, if you allow
f it seems ,that we take a morbid piece of German field communication about one-founh of the weekly (or

delight In seeing who can picture wire picked up on,the Tunisian RATIONING INFORMAtiON A"ROVID IT TNI monthly) poin...
O y. .
"THIS IS AMERICA"LATEST her's as the most orner. front 4,Dooley ..Is completely 0 :tanG'. A .UI"HID IN INS P BBC INTIBIST IV
Glad that no one has yet reporteda fascinated' with the gift Our(\1f v

local incident such as Ikey and likes to sit and think about
WAR NEWS Erownlee says took place in :Madison the momentous message that. {\r e a! A._ M. DARBY S

recently Seems the new once might have traversed that come .

I colored girl astonished her' em- little piece of wire Local Phone 77 'Starke, F1orlBRADFORD


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16, 1841 /rR"\ omTvrv TF.1. GR4pn. STARKB. FLORIDA PAGE FIV1I

BITS of LOCAL Miss Ethel Taylor, secretary in I Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall and : Zach Brown arrived from Aahe- A.'t named, Court Itlh, and 1043,rnuae In the, wherein above
I r NEWS I the office of the Harold C. Wall Infant son, W. U Wall. II, of St. 'yule Wednesday to meet hla son, Plaintiff eeeka divorce Bradford
Sunday of 'Grady Brown, who Is on furlough TelvKraph shell u< t
Insurance Agency, is on a two Augustine were guests thin i Order In next four weekly
1 weeks' vacation. Major Wall's parents, Mr. and from Camp Rucker, Ala They I |BHUMVlrnentt. .
1 ,Alma Nader spent the Mrc. Edward Prince U spending I Mrs. Virginia Anderson Boivin Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. Mrs. W. L. Wall. were both on brief visits. I \ at Starke my, hand Florida and, thin offl'lalpeel July
3 s In Ga.. visit- her vacation visiting relatives and spent Friday at Silver Springs Arthur Outlaw spent Tuesday In :Mrs L. M. Gray of Gainesville' Sgt. and Mrs. R.V.. Reese have lath 1A41OFFICIAL..
end( savannah E. W. friends In Long Island New York Albert returned to MontgOmery. Ala., ( HEAt.) A..1. Thomas
Crews, who Is with the Jacksonville former resident of Starke, and '' An Clerk of said Court i
.r and her sister, :Mrs. Vera City, Greenwich and Stamford Marines stationed! at Hadnot Mrs Z. W. McCall spent the Mr. and Mrs. Dupoit Murphy and l after a ten-day visit with Mrs. T. Frank T.Hmlrum !Sturkn! Florida.Atty. I
2nd Lt., A. N. C. Her Conn. Her sons, Burton, Herbert Point, New River, N. C., spent a week-end in Jacksonville with son George, also of Gainesville, Reese's parents, Mr. and Mrs. for 'lf. -- 7.18 4t 8-7
been in the service for Band Teddy Prince are vacationing few days in Starke last week on Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley. are enjoying a vacation at Mis. Adam T. Green. They' were accompanied IM riHCtir roi'it'r. 11M 'UFOIIIJ
bas and !Is now Itatlonedtnp in the Catskill Mountains at the I his way for a special month's Mr. and Mrs. 'W. E. Thomton. Gray's summer home on Klngsley home by Miss Grace (rot'r'..: v.Rlma ,. Y, HI.OHIIIIit IY 111 t\-
Shelby, Miss. However, family summer home. I course In Signal Corps work at Elbert Earl Thornton and Miss Green v/tfa' will ba their guest for If Walden Plaintiff >".
tnp over- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane Miami. ten- Lake.Mrs. several days. Llewelyn H Walden, 1> e f vnilunt.Cane .
signed up to'go and Jewell Carter are spending a : T. G. Carter of Cocoa 1 h, No, 1584 /
and 11. )!rs. Nader wanted toy sons of Jacksonville were week.' Ne\er hat. the> time been more day vacation In :Miami and Miami spending two weeks here with her I :Ne\er' lies the time been more onOIo)1OF rt'BUCATfov
before she Bailed. end guests of Judge and Mrs. opportune for thane desiring a Beach. Theyl' are guests of the i mother, Mrs. Lama I. Powell opportune fur thoseMiring a]I ST ANI,-\TK NOTICed OP KLJtltltiA TO API'UAIt: Id-we-' ,
Mary Ellen WilkIns, who A. Z. AUklns at Klngsley Lake. home to buy lands to build. I Thornton's son-in-law and daughter and her bra the I"In-law and sister, homo to buy land to liiillil. I lyn H Walden I po: W. t>. Walden.Belnmnt ,
s"en an operator In thee W. P. Randall of Norfolk, Va., have a few lots for sale _..n- :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre. Capt. and Mrs John McMillan lint.t a few loin for sale reanon- Yon' are, New required York to appear. on
Beauty Shoppe for 20 arrived here Sunday to join Mrs. aMy and on term*.-n. E. Knight Steve Wei don, Jr., returned Mr.\ and Mrs.. J. H. FleKtn.. ably and on terniH.-II. E. Knight, Ana-nut 18Th. 11143. 'In the above
with her mother, :Mrs. Randall and children, Bill, Jr., Starke, Jo,... '-2 4tp ,Tuesday from Winter Park wherehe Murphry and twin sons of Penney !Stark", .,... 7-2 lip mimed plaintiff' Court seeks and dtvm cause're. llrmlfonl wherein j
Nader, recently left for and Lucia Lisle, who are visitingJ. I Pfc. E. Lk Flowers arrived In spent two weeks visiting his Farms, and M. M. McMillan of Sgt. Ralph Nettles, who has County Telegraph' shall publish ttilaOr
fcna Beach to take charge ofvn M. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs Starke Saturday on a 3-day puss grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stockton, Ala., were dinner guests Just been transferred, from Fort '
i shop. D. A. Monteith at Klngsley Lake from Fort Bragg, N. C., to spend Shaffer. i Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. K.: O. Myers to Tyndall Field, PanamA tflh.19.at .Htarke.' Fiorina, this July
i e. Iwo the time been more The Randalls will return to their the week-end with his wife, who Mrs..S. L. Peek and Miss Frances Duncan. Capt. and Mrs. Murphry City, was here the first of the (OZ.'Jo,\IC1A T. flEA I.) A..1. Thomas
one for tho e desiring a home In Norfolk today. is manager of the Southern 5 Peek spent Thursday in Jack were accompanied home by Mrs. week-visiting his parents, Mr. an.1 I T. Prank T-fln.lrum An Clerk, eafko.rtda of Maid Court'
I I to*buy Ismto to build. I W. E. Lewis, well-known strawberry cent to $1 stores. His address Is sonville. Roy Smith of Tennlle, Ga., houseguest Mrs. R. A. Nettle Atty. for I'lf. 7.39 4t B-T
fi few iota for sale rea"onLd I grower of Plant City, la Hq. 61st Troop Carrier Wing, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. HolBster of of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. Mrs.' E. J. Dowling spent Tuesday -
on term--I E. Knight visiting relatives and friends In Pope Field, Ft. Bragg N. C. Tampa, enroute from Wisconsinand :Mrs. Smith will spend a weekat In Jacksonville visiting her I j iv .clnrl'1'r)t'v1'Y, ....tftiiir..01".."nii IM,1t1"0"0r i tnMOeorire -
r FLI. *.% **pJL'touts Starke for a week or two.E. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have Chicago Ill., were guests last Penney Farms before return.j daughter, MIR Marian Cowling, 8.1 I l.tt'. Plaintiff.
Shafkln left July 8 E. Canova. returned from a ten-day visit with week-end of Mr. and Mrs J. F. Ing to Starke to student nurse In Riverside Hospital Hulore, Punko I'unko, I>!ef nuu vit..t: Pnphl Cane
three-weeks' visit to Hurley- Mrs. W. E. Middleton and relatives In North and South. Colley. visit here. I and who wan 111 In the hose No. S5DS/
J N Y. Mr. Shafkln will granddaughter, Miss MarjorIe Sue Carolina. Mrs. Julia Smith of Madison l Is Mrs. J, H. Fields. and daughter petal ORDER NOTICE OP Pt'nt.trATlOVAND TO AI'PHAK8TATR
on the 26th, and they Middleton, Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs S. D. Phillips and children spending some time here with her Miss. Hazel Fields, and their i OP FI.OUIDA to-. .$,., hla
her Dolores Punko, whose r-MU1.n '* I I1
[turn to Starke several days and daughter Mary Agnes, spent of Tallahassee spent this son-in-law and daughter, Cupt. guests Mrs. W. M. Haight of Notice In N hrrrliy O T I Ktvun('/ N that the ', 112 Wt 167th Street, Bronx. New ,;
Wednesday and Thursday In Jacksonville week here with her parents, :Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. Waycroas Ga., and Mrs. T. Q. Tinnrtl of County 1'"nnIIMMIt'n..r. of I I York.You required to on f'
eDds, of H.. E. Tucker, will as guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Miss :Mrs. M. C. Stltn and sons Bob Carter of Cocoa spent Wednesday llrmlront' County In KtorlilH I will hold August are 1ft I h., 1941. 'In appear the above
the 1'ominiH.
it County
d to know that he has re. E. L. MIddleton and Mrs.: Mae Sara Barefoot, who had spent and Jim, of Washington D. C., In Jacksonville.Mm. xlnnorit' Itonm' In the County Courthoune named Court seeks and divorce.I ratine, Bradford whereinplaintiff
to Starke after being a Jones. two weeks In Tallahassee with will arrive Tuesday for a visit JunluH M. Smith spent .., at 10:00: o'clock A. M. AmruftXml. County: : Telea-raph shall publish thisOrder
A. 1041 the
U. for
Clinic Mrs. Lester P. Robinson has her sister with Mrs. Stith' parents Mr. and In Jacksonville. puruoiMtof In next. four weekly ,Issues.Witness .
In Mayo Brothers I accompanied them back Tuesday nxnrlnacomplaint* from owners hand and official
,fciter t Minn., for the past returned to her home In Orlando I I to Starke. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. They will Mrs. P. G. Langford and daugh. or Honal na-onU' of 11..1111MI.value: .'* or whlrhhews .'.-r- I I veal at Starke my, Florida, this July

al weeks. Mr. Tucker be. after enjoying a visit here with Mrs. Randolph Boree and little be joined later by the Rev. Mr ter, Phyllis, of Frostproof will o* r.er r..th" .nt County 14th(OFFICIAL 1943 BKAt> A.Y.; Thomas)
Ill while on a visit withIn Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and daughter of Jacksonville spent Stith. arrive Saturday for a visit with AKKFHRor the Board.of Taxei and accepted by Aa Clerk of aal. In the north. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek.A Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of Tallahassee arrived Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. By order of the Board; of County Atty.T. Prank for lAndrum I'lf. Starke 7.18 Florida.41 8-7
A. Z. Adklns. Jr., who few well-located lot for sale G. H. Bennett. last week-end to spend a Mrs. M. F. Brown and children roinmUrflonera 1943 this July B, A, I>.
Lied from The Citadel Inland to colored people in Starke. Buy Mrs. L. J. Green and children month's vacation with Mrs. Pat. Marcus and Florence, were guests It A. J. THOMAS, Clerk
baa spent the part sev- now while money Is easy and Iota Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. S. ten and their son, George, who Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. "OI'.TY, FI.onIDt54 rilAMCKHV -. -eiatl" ....RIA
reeks here with his parent are cheap.I E. Knight. 7-9 lip D. Phillips spent Wednesday afternoon are staying a t Kingsley Lake WUmot Brown at Klngsley Lake. : i l
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I Mrs. Pearl Simpson and family, In Jacksonville. with Mrs. Patten'a mothers Mrs Betty Ann Flynn is spendingthis VH.Irene James Noblva 10). "'Hatterfleld Sutterfleld' ,Defendant.Plaintiff.
Monday for Fort Ben- I who have lived in Starke for several Armand Thomas, who Is with E. E. Canova. week at Klngsley Lake with Cane No 2U7.OnOEn .
|eave Ca., to ehter Officers Can- I years, are moving this week: the Coast <%iard lighthouse In the Miss Essie Coleman of Washing Mrs.- L. M. Gray. NOTirK op 'PITRLIOATIOVAND TO APFKAIt \&h666
School. i to Jacksonville, where Mrs. Simpson's Dry Tortugas l Islands south of ton. D. C., secretary to Congress. Cpl. Otis F. Brock, formerly of STATE, OF KI.OKIDA to: Jamee : :
F.. "8atterfl' whose renltlenre. ,IH
tied: Clean cotton raga No son, Sam, Is employed.The Key West, Is on a 20-day leave man R. A. Green, arrived Sunday I Taft, Texas, spent the first of Unknown. ,
to open Congressman Green's local the week at the home of You are required to on
i. No buttons. -Bradford New Castle Lunch which visiting his sister I Miss Floy visiting I appear ..
Teli-graph. tf has been operating in Starke Thomas. His younger brother, office during the recess of I his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. I
/j. H. Gill and son, Jackie under that name and its former King Thomas, also with the Navy, Congress. While in Starke, Mlsa O. W. White. Cpl. Brock Is now
left last Friday for their new name. Vaughan's Castle Lunch, I Is now In North Africa, but expects Coleman is the guest of Mrs. I stationed at Bartow where he lea FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
I in Savannah, Ga., after a for the past two yeare, has closed, to return to the States and Green. ...,.,"; mechanic In the Air Force. Many Years Experience (Hakes H poewlMe for Me to Render
[at Klngsley Lake with Mrs. and its owner, Mrs. Olive Sault, perhaps to Starke before long. Mrs. W. M. Haight of Way- Little JanIe Landrum, daughter (EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
cross, Ga., is ,the guest of her of Mr. and Mrs T. Frank Lan MODERATE PRICES-
Vivian Mc-
] falter, J: M. Alvarez, and and her young son are moving Misses Marian and -
r-ln-law and sister, Mr. 'andD. back to .Jacksonville at an early Rae are spending this week at brother and sister-in-law, Mr and drum. was carried to the Alachua DeWITT c. JONES '
A. :Monteith. The Gills date. The lunch room was across the Presbyterian Girls' Camp near Mrs. J. H. Fields., County Hospital Tuesday night Burke. Florida

tly r moved to Savannah from I from the county jail on Temple Lake Alfred. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter for treatment of facial cuts received .. .. ........ .... .
Clair Jean and Mrs.: J. B. - - -
when she fell
on a pieceof
Avenue. 111 health and no help Upon the advice of her physician -
Sapp were guests Sunday of Mrs.T. : broken glass at the Landrum
were the principal factors in her Mrs. Effie Carter, clerk
lUPTUREIHIELD closing. Drug Store, recently B. Steele In Gainesville. home. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Surrencyand spent a week in the Riverside Wanted Clean cotton rags. No Mrs. C. J. Johns recently returned -

family are living temporarilyIn Hospital, Jacksonville, for a gen troiiNera.. No button- Bradford swan EXPERT HERE the small building on Temple eral check-up. She has been away County Telegraph. store, after a 2-weeks
|M. SHEVNAN, widely known Avenue formerly, occupied by the from her work for a month restIng ). J. W. Brownlee and vacation spent at her home In ,

of Chicago, will personally Magic Oil Co., and recently by .and recuperating daughter, Nencie Bevan spent Ralford. MIDNIGHT SATURDAY SUN. MON.
t RoMvelt Hotel Jacksonville, Newsome's Market. This move :Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome several days this week In Jacksonville Claude Johns, Jr., and Mack JULY 1H 19
by mil Wednesday,only, Julyd was made primarily in order to have returned from a recent visit where Nencie was under Futch will leave July 26 for Tallahassee
JL from 9 A. M. be' caretaker of the New Method with relatives In St. Petersburg.Mrs. observation and medical care in where they will take a 5-\
Shevnan says: The Zoetic Cleaners during the month's absence Charles Pa riser and Mrs. Riverside Hospital. week course In the Band Schoolat
|d U a tremendous Improve- of the owners, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Levin left Thursday afternoon Olin White, Jr., is spending a the Florida State College for
t over all former methods, ef- E. O. Edwards, but also on account for a two-weeks' visit in few days In.West Palm Beach Women. They expect to return
g Immediate results.. It will of the acute house shortage New York City. with his cousin,. Raymond Bates. to Starke August 28.

ily hold the rupture perfect- In Starke. Mr. Surrency is I II
ut Increase .the circulations with the Save 011 Co., across-."' I w I
Igthena the weakened parts, the street. iI 6ME1'
rby closing the opening In tenon Mrs. Cora Strickland and grandson

I the average case, regard- Ernest, Jr., have returned
of heavy lifting, straining cr home after a 7-weeks visit with ET O1
position the body may assume relatives and friends In Virginiaand 4
patter the size or location. A Pennsylvania.
finally known scientific roeth"o -: Postmaster F. F. Stump is enjoying GOLTJWYPIIMAYERS
:' under straps or cumber- a 10-day vacation trip to '
arrangements and absolutely' New York, Baltimore and other
nedlcineg or medical treat- points In the North and East. ,
s. Wm.' Enos Hayes, of Parris Island '

She"nal1111 be glad to dem.on.tr..te S. C.; made his boot train- r: :
without charge Ing In the U. S. Marines In two c\ vty, e r r STORY
6M'I' .V. Artesian Ave, Chi- and a half months, and la now
Large IncMonal Hernia or Pfc. He la on a 10-day furloughat q
lire following surgical opera- home with his parents Tax OF 13
I especially! solicited. Assessor and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. a HEROESTurn.

I e P a

NAT SEZ: r rr

Well folk, It's good to be back ,

home, even If I will have to start
New York City Is j4ic. :
f D work again. '
Y>' like my good friend Chapman'sState ....... r MURPHY
Prison Farm-It's a nice \

plate to visit, but I wouldn't wantto You call it Breads :

live there! Drop In and I'll T1LEE

tell you all about my trlp-and would CakeYour LLOYD .
Incidentally nell you a few little your ancestors hageValled it
article of clothing If you. don'twatch NOLAN .

: out.) /
J '
daily !bread la nutrition in one of ,

FOR TWO WEEKSFROM ita finest and most appetizing forma .\ \ ,\\ ROBERT DESI WALKER .

and today it saves ration points. We ..
\ ,
JULY '19th Americans can be grateful that our, ... \ '"

abundance of this, ARNA2N' :
country produces an r.It
') \ 1 .
.. perfect estatroflik'"I i 'T
f; T I I
The OPA Permits The Saleof We can be grateful,too, to science 'j" It i I /

., improved quality of our V :
for the greatly t
Odds and'Ends of Mens, ;. daily bread. It has been tremendously ''I'J

\Vomens and Childrens enriched. texture is finer, ita appearance

".,v and flavor more inviting. The Baker's Yeaat-Diviaion of

SH0ESWITHOUT Did you ever wonder how many mil Anheuser-Busch supplies bakers With 1 TlMlL

lions of pounds of yeast are' required yeast for a large part of the nation's'' .t

each year to leaven the nation's bread? bread. Now nearly 15 percent of our en-

A RATION Did you know that yeast must be abMtire output goes to the Army. Thia sere

TICKET lutely fresh when it reaches the baker? ice to civilian bakers and our armed

Thanks to a network of specialized defor IJ resulted from applying to food the.

to Get livery service plus modern refrigeration knowledge gained from years of labo- 20 XI 23
This Is Your Chance \\ed. Thurs. July -
bakers in even remote parts of America ratory work in producing the worldet

of Shoes Budweiser.Bud""eise.r. "REAP THE WILD WIND"
An Extra Pair their yeast fresh and on time. famous

Without Using Your I

Coupon- -RITZ-

AVOID Teaaernse ........-.......
July 18 -13
Sun. I\lon. i i"MRS.
THE RUSHSternberg's 'fa addition to applying: the armed forces with glider puts, pin turret parts and foodstuffs
Aoheumr-BiMcb product materials which fa Into the manufacture of: B Complex : :MINIVER"
VJt mID. Rubber Aluminum e Munitions e Medicine e Hospital Diets e Baby Foods IK
Vitamin-aatided cattle beds e Batteries e Paper e Soap aDd T tila -to Dame a few.A34WO1XJ CHEER ORSON ALTER: PIDOEO.V1l'nwrn

; A "N H E U SCI S U S C H SA I""" LOU' S 1




PAGE STh unKnown.You are required to appear on Ern..t et01FrFLivhla Dl t Cba" ,,1
2nd. 1&43. In the above Fairview Avenue, I t .
home at Grand RId g e visiting August wherein Jer."y, aobnid .
Court and cause ,
Mrs. Dudley's father, Noah John- named. peekS divorce Bradford You are required n
I Florida State Farm News ABOVE tk" HULLABALOO County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish weekly named August Court 2nd. 1943, ,I tABp.p; .
ion.Mr. '"..11 Order in nest tour and :"u.h. stn""
and Mrs. J, G. Caldwell and *" plaintiff ;
\ Tin. s! my hand and official vihisnlOrder ,.
of Mr. .
E. R. Bou\ler their respective homes. family were guests Heal at Starke Florida, t hie I..ue.. lIut f"ul, P 'II..
Hy sometime lira.: Lawrence Mack in Mlcanopy June 3(>th.j 1941 "Otklr
E. A. Brad Ihaw, for OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. J. Thomas Wltneaa my ??,, 1
COMMUNITY CLUB employed at Blending has accepted Sunday ( An Clerk. of mild Court.T. neat at Starke, i'i Florida| ""> !'M 9
rhe regular meeting of the a position with the EH Witt Pvt. Lonnie Hicks of the U. S. Frank, for Fit.Landrum, Starke 7-2!, Florida H 7-2J: July(OFFICIAL: Int. 1941 SEAL: ,, iii,

club was held Tuesday. In the Cigar Co., in Gainesville.Mr. Marines stationed at Pairia Island Aty A. & A oJ ''''''
of the president and both and Miss Marylin Hicks of IN riiirriT enVi1T. DII.t.IJFOItU William D, :* it xn'rleeki' er...
absence L. P. Fla.
and Mrs. I IN Atty for Plf,
vice-presidents, Mrs. Chapman to Daytona Friday, returning Jacksonville were guests of Mr. By LYTLE HULL .. 4.0'FLOIIII.t/'altV.: Lll1A: %
presided. Two new members and Mrs W. E. Malone Sunday. Homesickness Ram J. Pchnelter, t.'N-1 I IN lItI'I' 0111'1' h
were added to the diminishing Saturday. McRae Is spending Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes I :Sure: .for- Cass Margaret No 25114.OHPEH C. Suhnelter. (CEllV.'ol''I'ry. Fh//IU11ii I1llb OkII,
roll Mrs. J. L. Williams and Mrs. :Miss Betty were overnight guests of Mr. and mall OF PUBLICATION Alta HaudloHo, Plalntlft J
with her parents at report ery day a few sentences TO APPEAH drew T Uaudlo"o
her vacation A recent United Press AND NOT1CR ()
J. J. Williams. Routine business Mrs. R. N Dukes in Jacksonville from "somewhere in India' takesto the letter at the end of the week. STATE OF FLOHIDA to: Marital No 2537 I.ruudantl'.
attended to and Mrs. J. M. Mclntosh.Mr. Thursday. about the Joneses next door .et C. Hohnelter. whose residence l
wan Write
and Mrs. Bill Riser and task the relatives of those who Carrie Avenue New Philadelphia AANDENOTIf'EI'TitT.g LirATIOg
Hembree served open-face sandwiches WhitfleKj Is spend- I and about their Victory garden and Ix 804 EA
of Sanford were week- Miss Roberta write "agony" letters to their men Ohio. Uaudioso FIOHIDlr.
Coca-Cola and grape juice. children Mrs. W. E. ing the week with Miss Virginia in the service. Tha report holds about our own Victory !garden and You are required to appear onAuguHt X
of Mr. into In the above
end guests about the Joneses' boy getting 2nd. 1943, IJnknownJ.Rn Vo'SbPs'Ii e
the writers of such letters largely ;
Sewell in Starke. and pause, wherein dress I. FC.
" Mrs.: L.. M. Bristol of Jia lone. and about how their pretty named Court
and of the
Dr responsible for the high ratio navy peeks divorce. Bradford SrU IteRulatlim$ a
Mrs. Calvin plaintiff Uroup, na"
L. A. Shepherd
Gainesville and Mrs. Elmer Best J. A. Bouvier left Tuesday on a Mrs. mental cases among the soldiers in daughter is suspected of being engaged County Telegraph shall publish; I 806. Fort Hamilton,, Now 'i1
W to Miami.Mr. Williams and daughter San- the to the Smith kid who has this Order In next four weeklylemieM. rvuuiruri 10 I
of war. gppnrx
business trip that theater Jn1Yo28t
6 Jacksonville who were guest particular 1943, il "
of ined
visit into the
Mrs. J. H. Dudley are dra will leave Wednesday condition which! applies Just managed to squeeze and officialNeat Court ; liaR
of Mr. and Mrs. and And of course a Witness my hand and cause. whr ivt '
for several days several days at their old their sisters, Mrs. Turner Spence to one area will apply to them army by stretching his age a little. at Starke Florida, thin tiff' seeks divorce JJI'U|:
L. R. Bristol returned Sunday to upending and Mrs. T. A. Wicker in At. 'aa Write about the crops and how 30th day of June 1943.ON'111CIALAs''Clerk of Maiden name RradLrdtCnt\) I..

lanta. Ga., then to RInggold to Nostalgia better known as the corn didn't look very good late at ( of A. said Court. In Telegraph next four nhall w "kly. .i.h thlr'pyr::;''
visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. home.lcknel1I one of those men- first because we got it in so J, R. Harrison, Jacksonville, Florida/ Witness mr hand an. Difleltl
COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE but how the last two weeks of grow- Atty. for Pit. 7.2 4t 7.23 : F lorldll, this
SAFETY looked :4'tarke.
Jut uila
which are
Fred Williams and later to see tal phenomenons weather has made up for a lot
ing -
w BUSSES friends in Chattanooga Tenn. upon by those who have never of mildly suffered of lost time. Dwell lightly upon the I IN ('lit CI'IT (-:nnr, 1111u'on I A. Clerk at oJ. Tho.....
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE Dr. and Mrs: R. P. Stubbins from it as a sort short du fact that we missed the oat crop-if 1'(11. vTY, FLOKIUll IN (,11AM- laid, r...
disagreeable sensation of (.V:H Y.harry I Knight A Knlghtr8tark,
went to Tallahassee Monday. we did-and stick to the good newsif : ylsalt '
In reality is-or can be- Wallace Jr. Plaintiff. vs.1subel for "'
INFORMATION ration. Attys Pit.
, FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT Mrs. R. P. Stubblns Sr., will accompany so severe as to mentally unbalancethe I there is any. and if there isn'tthen and Wallace, Defendant Case '' 8,25 (I.t J,1tIV
PHONE 147 make up some or go out No. 3563OKUBR. '
92 PLEASE I them home. sufferer. Young boys and girls it Even an occasional fib OF FUHLIOATIONANT CIII't'IT 'OI'II'r, DR
Miss Cecile McRae of McIntosh who leave home for the first time dig up. under such circum NOTICE TO APPEAR I ('OUWI'Y. FLOIIII". "laPn(HAl,
is permissible
lItobel CERY
school or to STATE OP FLOHIDA to:
I is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and go oft to boarding stances.In Wallace whose residence \. 170 Doris Walton, 1'lAlntltt
UNION BUS STATIONLACY and Mrs. J. A; Bouvier. summer camp often have to be sent the above mentioned report Kant Foot Road White Plains, New ward Walton Defendant: Caul v. 1\1,

I Miss Sara Emma Crews spent' back physically because unable they are to withstandthe mentallyand from India Lieut. CoL Charles R. York.You are required to appear on 2113 ORDER OF Pl'I3Llf"ATIOX
CONWAY Agent Williams commanding officer of an In the above AND NOTICE: To
the week-end with her slater, Mian of homesickness. August 2nd. 1943 I I Ai'I'EA
and the misery unnamed base hospital. says that named Court and cause, wherein STATE OF FLORIDA 10: Eharl
Temple Are. Starke, Florida Esther Crews in Starke Different personalities are differently most of the mental cases are men plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Walton whoee 1"lCal r..ld.... It
visit hail publishthis Tremont street.
latter Is now on a four day affected naturally by separation themselves County Telegraph Colorlt
could not adjust
who Order In next four weekly Springs Colorado' and
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. from borne and from those and who were worried about the Iggue ent Address III l!:.\ward Aehe.a Wallon Prot-
M. L. Crews. they love. Most of them don't know troubles of their wives and families Witness. my hand and official. railroad shops Pacific Chicago ROlt'1t.
will homesickness la-and fortunately their debts and Heal at Starke, Florida t hi. land and Rallruad CO"'PlII'
L. A. Shepherd what and sweethearts
I Chaplain July Int. 1948.OFFICIAL Colorado Springs. (' ,
,q"7'p ,i Qe as have a six weeks' leave of absence never learn. Others suffer their post-war proopects. He said ( SEAL) A. J. ThomAS I I You are required to app.u"
I Ij from his duties here in so that they are sent to the tick they were apt to lose their grip on Aa Clerk of paid Court.. July 26th. 1943, In the above n....
wards and treated by those who understand themselves when troubles from William D. Morgan Jackaonvlllr.Fla. .d Court and cause, wherein' pis.
s k GUARD order to take a special course at their trouble. Others simply home were added to their preientcares. Atty. for Plf. 7-i 4t 7-23 County tiff seeks Telegraph divorce.J.shall .uhll.h. d lor!

rI the Seminary in Richmond Va. co aple. Captain Scott of the same Order In n four weekly kra tho
j \. Mrs. W. E. Malone Miss Mary Sitting at home here we can'tkeep service said: "You can see a def iv MIIM'IT rofiiT. ni:Ai>.Fom-) at Starke. Florida th this. Jufni 1144:1
i I Dell Webb her guest, and Miss our men from being shot at, inite curve upward in morale when .. U43,
,, row Willa Jean Malone will meet Pfo. but we can help tremendously toea.e the men get letters of the right Mary Wilson. EHtlerl Plaintiff, vs.Charles A. J Thomll
Curtis Malone In Lake City Wednesday the misery of homesickness: kind from home." er. Defendant. A. Clerk of .ald eons
I Case No. 2561. OFFICIAL
I and together they will go and any man who has had a real Nothing must be allowed to in- ORDER OF PUBLICATION Knight *:: Ilnlght, Stark., Florldl EALI
FUNDS Tallahassee.Mrs. dose of that ailment will tell you terfere with writing letters to our AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Attye. for Plf. 6:5t !.II
It to visit relatives In ,he would much rather be shot at. men-nothing! And if we love themas
t Gerald Cox and daughters letters must be
II The most Important thing for us we do-those
I WHEN 7RAVELING.. Elizabeth, Geraldine, Patsy, Mary Is to write.-write write. Write eVe cheerful ones I SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS I

I B. and Lois Irene"accompanied' G.. Padgett of Live Oak Sunday.
'Ot i short-or long business trip-when ..isitingcamp' GET THESPEEDY them from their ,home 'in Ben- Charles Hazen was 'a week-end STEAKS CHOPS
easily -, '*- of Gene Ritch In Starke.
or bases-or on furlougb-change your nettville, S. C. .
safe American Express SURE Mi' and Mrs. R.: li. Cox.. have Mr. and Mrs. Rural Dukes of I
lost stolen cash into TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES
or returned from Rochester, Minn. Dukes Station were Sunday
Travelers Cheques before you leave. Spendable RELEFFORACDNDLESTON guests of E. J. Lewis and family. DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

', crywbere. Prompt refund if lost or,stolen. \/ BKOOKEK Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.visited'O. C.Mrs.Padgett Annie of

Issued in denominations of 410, $20, $50 and By Minnie Lou Ilazen Plnholster and family Sunday.

$100.'Cost 791 for $100. Minimum cost 4O<< for I ICarpenter's MASONIC MEETINGA Mrs."Harry Baxter and childrenof A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn

$10 to $50. For sale at Banks Express Offices and BISMRREX50 called meeting was held at Jacksonville! are visiting relatives Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida

many Railroad Stations.AMERICAN. the Masonic Lodge Hall Monday here.
night, July 13. Visitors from Truby Plnholster attended a \

EXPRESS Starke Micanopy and Gainesvillewere I Singing Convention at Woodlawn o .. ._._,_ -'" ._ .. fl. ..-._ -
there. After a business Sunday.

TRAVELERS CHEQUES Drug Store meeting and initiation a chicken Mrs E. C. Long and daughter,
Careful Drivers
*___ supper was served. About 40 Betty and son Sgt. Bob Long, Prompt "

guests were present. were in Jacksonville Sunday.

Mrs. Canty Williams and Mrs. Office supplle';-of all kind for
lr Oliver of St. Augustineare Starke Taxi ServicePhone
1i1T131i141J011I J I\ Mamie sale at The Bradford County
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Raud Crews Mrs. L. A.
Brown and Trt by"PIl holster at COIMI'V, FI.OIJIUAl I'M (:H.\\- 150

tended a Union Meeting at North CERY.Walter .Allen Johnson Plaintiff, vs.
Pleasant Grove Friday.Mr. Anna Laura Johnson, IJefendant.
Case No 2558ORDEK Night
I and Mrs. Paul Stewart of OF PUBLICATION:
Waycress, Ga., are visiting Mr. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Stewart's parents for several days..Laura Johnson OF whose residence to: la .. ..... "'" .. .., ... -u _
Mrs. J e a nette McGrath of
Gainesville spent the week-end

with Miss Madeline Crosby.
Mrs. G. B. Feagle and Mine

Juanita Feagle were In Gainesville -

111SOLDIERS Saturday. ,
Charles Oliver of Camp Blan As Yourself This Question. Because Chevrolet Pectin

ding was a week-end guest of ARE SKILLED

Jake Keene and family. IN SERVICING ALL
Misses! :May Ellen and Lubedla
Waters were In Gainesville Thurs- MAKES Of CARS

day 'of last week. "WHY DO MORE PEOPLEGO

Pfc. Eury Stokes of Tennessee

spent last week.with his family.

Mrs. James ,Cason and Mrs. Because Chevrolet/ Dealers
J. P. Roberts we rein Starke
Tuesday, EMPLOY
Seaman Gordon Parker of Maryland TRAINED

THE is visiting his parents S ere. MECHANICS
OH' Mrs. Lee Green and children,
was.era", TommIe and Marie and Mrs.

1 1 1t Rosa Plnholster attended the FOR SERVICE

I Union Meeting at N. Pleasant
1 1 1 1I GrOve Friday Because Chevrolet Dearers

I Miss Lubsdla Plnholster :Mrs USE
D. L. Jones and Miss Eloise than to any other dealer QUALITYPARTS

GaIney were in Gainesville Mon

day organization ? .
Little Miss Vivian Plnholster
trc.ec s of Jacksonville is visiting her ,

grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Pln

holster. Dealers I
Friends of Clyde Cone are gladto and you'll find yourself i ,Because Chevrolet
A ANY and J women of Florida
men see him out again, after GIVE

Motor Lines' family are performingan several Pvt. and days Mr illness.'.* PascO' Mott of supplying these answers : I GOOD

Valdosta" Ga., were vfaltlng l relatives SERVICEfor
essential service for our country. here last week?ir.. Mott

was the former' Loulsl 'Mock. of
Count among these, our Information Valdosta Ga They were married .

and Tuesday, July 8, at.Valdosta.Mr. .

Clerks, Telephone Operators ..and Mrs. Tom Markey were ,,, .
Baggage Men. They've taken over a keeping service the peak with no shopping In Gainesville Thursdayof 4
last week.
years Chevrolet d.oUr. have
had ,trad.-ln
mare than
Mrs E.: J. Hazen and children !
big Job-and are going about it let-down: on courtesy or cooperation.
I ,f. Mm. Ralph Ilazen and daughter any other dealer organization. .,. Th.r.for., th.y have had

with a zeal that makes us proud. Florida. Motor Lines along with num-, May Frances, and Mrs. L. O. broo Ur 1
t* f 5. Hazen and daughter Minnie Lou < xPrln5.. -In wrvlclna all mak. and _mod.... ,.

Day in and day out these fellow bers of our patrons, know and rF were Thursday shop ping. In Gainesville Ih.y'r.A .H .'.;S.nrlc. IpMUbM.Th.yV.. h. men to

=' workers demonstrate the real spirit appreciate the quality of th.ir ef Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.Saturday.Mrs. Leslie Green. were >... when you: wont.! good, ,dependaWe '.rvle. on your carl

of our forces- the spirit that forts. :They deserve and receive full J. W. Kelly and aughter
Judy, were In Alachua. Monday BUY U.S.WAR BONDS AND STAMPS *

: nothing is so important as keeping credit for a major part in Florida Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of
Gainesville were visiting relative CMKVtOitT MAUKS
: essential wartime travelers cor Motor Lines' contribution to vital Sunday. ... IH.M..IV.S ,o TMI., ,*,.. "SAVE THE WHEELS THAT SERVE AMERICA;
... Willie Crews, and, daughters _
rectly informed and on the move- wartime transportation. Virginia and Evelyn wte rein

\ Gainesville Monday. .,,, SEE YOUR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

I CONWAY, Agent Myers U. visiting'her'.fataer here. OF CARS AND
Mrs. Neta Truluck and children -
ill." Temple Avenue phone 147
w? and Ira McCormick -
of High Springs
: of Key West.were visiting I

-t' fJOBIPAMOTORllNES$ their uncle G. Colaon. Sun- rorode Chevrolet C0.|

N day afternoon. i iMr. i'
and Mrs. James) Caaon and
.IIr'1 children, Jackie and jimmy. and STARKE
"'" >, Mrs. Nancy Padgett, visited L. FLORIDA




minor Children Bradford County :: That Ltoul demon balder, of TaxCeitlfloate Jam* Leon Lewi.*, minor., will, on
Telegraph nhall publlnh thll Older No 4N. l 1"11.01 the Hurt the 27th day of July '1043. Hell
In nnxt four weekly I l*.ue I I day of July A. D 1939 ha* filed at private *al..., the following >\ Itne** my hnrnl and official' 'ame In my office and tin* madeapplication real eiale. to wit: NUM. of
cal Sturke, }Florida thla July for a tax deed to belaiiued NW-4, exo North 185 yd. and Wentf5yda
; rJu I I thereon, tfald, certlfli ate em. ; ald sale based on Application
SUCCESSFUL OFFICIAL. SEAL) A..J. ThomaiA !I brace* the roll owln. described filed.
Clerk of nald Court. ,, property 'In the County of llradfurd Monle Lewi, Guardian.6t5 .
T. Frank I.andrutn, Starke.: F.loHJa, State, of Florida, to.wlt: 4t T-t
Atty tor fit -111 4t 7oIN I Lot IS of Block II Ward City, -
PARENTHOODT ,I Section II Township 7 8 H 20 Kn.t. I""> nurt'ir ('oiur.CO .111 UIFOnl)
rmritr tniiir. Oil \.. The aesment of the mild property MTV. KLOIIIUAI IN (;11.11I-
roi\r. %, FI.OIUII iIH N- tuider the *.ald certificate l I"- ricnr.Martin .
fin.William. niied wa In the name vt Mm. T P. Rementer, Plaintiff, v*.
M Cndeley.: Plaintiff v*. Ward I' Mildred I Lofland Rem iiter. Defen
otaI>:ndley, Defendant.. lue No.ORDEH Unla..a ald certificate hall boredeemed dant. Cane No. 25KOORDKIt .
according- law the OF Pl'ULICATIOV
OF PUBLICATION property deicrlhud therein w\n\ beeol.l I ASH NOTICE TO APPEAH
tOO CATHOOm: COHBAD IPWAlBt.A AND NOTICE TO APPHtlt to the hlitheet bidder At the STATE' OF FLORIDA toi Mildred
STATE' OF FM3K1DA to.: Nora courthoune door on the flrat Monday Lofland Kementer whone realdene -
VWSV>t J W%*rWrVivXSWrW.sV WeV > End.lt>y whoa* .liidt known addren* In he month of Auwunt, 1943, I I. Federalbura. Maryland.You .
**.dcrt ....... Vsacaia Maeasts* na> chandler Oklahoma. which I I. the and day of AUR-uat, are required to appear on
You are required to appear ondUt'rrtnJII 1943. 'I Ana-nut 2nd. 1941 In the ahrvanamed
: : In the atiove nam D'ated till* Und day of June, Court and caue, wherein
YOUTH MUST TEMPER "HAPHAZARD LIVING : cauee. wherein plaintiff I U4 I plaintiff *.eekft divorce. flradford
M...k. divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL : J. Thoma*. I County. Telrwraph vhall pitlilUh
Telegraph "hull publlnh this Older Clerk of Circuit 1t1..urt.of Bradfoid thin Order In next four weekly
Most of the :young people we home than go In a short dress. The In next four weekly lueiMtneH .. County Florida. *.26 4t 1.16. lue*.
know have I \ my han-t and offlrlalral I Wllne.** my hand and official ,
an earnestness and simplicity aunt remembered how important at a.. more reminiscent of their clothes are at that age and gladly ttth., 1943 I.KKI. I l t, 194XOFFICIAL I
grandparents' day: than of their I made the sacrifice to enable Patty (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J, ThomaaAa 4.rttn Clelk of *ald ConltJne I Clerk of unlil Court.
own parents'. They seem to have i to enjoy: herself. The party. and the Mill \vnilam, Lake Butler, Flu' F M. laW ;, holder O1VKN.That of. William D *Mora-an JackMonvllle. 1
returned to sane values In what dress were both a great success. All)', for I'lf. 1H 7S1OP 1'1'11'" Certificate* Numbered renpertl.vely. Fla. Atty. for Plf.' 7-. 4t 711Inri' ;
they want and expect to get in life. In a roundabout way the aunt Number 7(1( l*.ut>4 the 7th, :
But there is one characteristic we learned that her niece had a won !\U'I'I( .: T\X"r..r I>FKIFB : 'TIU"01&> ;I dav of AiiaruHt, 1939)) Number ION "" (, .. .IT (;;;;;;., 11I1.'IIFOtll) ,
have noted 109 and I2.p \leNiieit the Ind., dnyof ro. .. "1.111111'1 ''011 4'11-011-
in the ,... .
:younger set about derful time. After several weeks < .le Illll 'I) September, 1940, nnd Number f'I.HY.Hunlte .
which we feel they need help from she finally received a note from NOTlCi': IS' HKUIJHY: .. UIVKV.That of ., taT iHHUed the 2nd. day of AU I..t. Wolff llenedlkt. Plaintiff
their parents-and that is. their apparent Patty-one which Patty's mother Lnul 11 numbered 11 111. .holiler.. .I'.rtlv..ly.TaxCcrtlflinte 111137. hn* filed entne 111. mv office v*, aeoriro Joeph H..n.dlkt. Defendant
t *
ha. made appllriitlun. for Tux Cae No 8R45OKHKrl .
unwillingness to go to any had evidently insld that she 129 130 and 1KA Illed. 4th, day lived to l *ued thereon. OK Pt'nUCATIOV
trouble in their relationships with write-and it said "T you so of July A.. U. 1027, ha* filed. nme ;Maid: ... rlf\\Irate* reHptutlvetv embrace I AND NOT"'!': TO AI'r'EAH .
others. They In mr oUI.-- and hn* mnde unnUi-H-- the following derrltii>d 'roiertle OF' FIXUMPA toi: llnnrNte
are amiable kindly much for the lovely IlPatty\ '' i' lax Depd to b. lut. .d | STAT !
the County. of Kradtord.Mtnte whoee remiiemeI
not any more selfish than it is nat had. with urging, fulfilled her bare 1'--0"-- of In 1< Joe I* 103-A'h llenedlkt.Lontan Street' Charleston,
ural for the :young to be-but they obligation to the sender of the gift rertlfIrate* rrnpcctUelv..rrllieilimmertte em- \VI I\ of t"a'ln: "'ood"\\Vn He... South Carolina.
won't out of the follow I nil de 68 U S3 I'! iimtHlnlnir required to appear on
go their way for any hut she hadn't taken the trouble to 'In the Cnuntv of 111'nilfont. 10 Twp. You nre
6 Arie' *: tnnrit or >* 1* embtucedunder July 28th, 1941 In the above named
body I
snare her pleasure with the one who Stnto of Florida, to.wlt.Ijnt nld Certificate No. 7KVu Court nml rnime, wherrln plaintifflieekn
Most of this is a result of the had made It possible by telling her :20 In Woodlnun Ko. 13 Tup.. \ of Lot II. All Lnl* 10. 11 divorce. Bradford, CotmtvTelecraph
extreme Informality of their livesa aunt about the. party.As 5 H: It S3 .Ei, containing: under 10 anv alucertlflinte VVk, of Lot II \\o.xilil\vn Heo' 10 ehall publlch. thl. OrderIn
I emluaced *
more or @ containing 80 weekly |I..u.*..
Twp, 5 H It S3 U, next four
good thing in many ways but if we have said this unwillingness No 129.L.ot Acre* mora or IHMM, In. embracedun Wltn** my linn,' and official
carried into maturity we may have to put themselves out springs 57 In Wondtawn ,"po. IS Twp.., r mlil. .. Certificate No. 10S. *eal at Htarke" Florida thl. Jun
a generation which won't take the S H II 22 K containing( atrxmore of Lot In. Wooillnwn S..o Cincl 1943.
doubt from the with which or Ivan. la embraced under Miil trouble to feed their no ease Twp. t 8. Iil containing; 5AcrH (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thoma.
children prop today's young people have so far No, ISO more* or !I..**., I I.. embraced, A* Clerk of mtld Court
erly or get to work on time or put been able L.nt 44 Town of Lnwtey E of Ry., under nM Certificate No. 10HS4 '. T Frnnk Landrum, ftarke. Florldn.Atty. .
to themselves.
the necessary effort into the thou amuse In "Ser*.. 21.: 24. 2ft. 20 Twp. 5 S of HWit of tlWlr h o, lit Twp for Plf. 8-23 4t 7lI
They simply haven't learned that 23 K, I I. embraced under nuld 1t'l
10 Acre ,
sand and routine B\ 1'1.> It S3 K containing -- --
one which
jobs pleasant associations eventually require tificate No. 156. more or !I.*.*. I I.. emhrateii. underuld CllirflT'cot' IIHAItPnltll
make living civilized. Haphazard return. Where used The .Hment of cnld. I pr pertv I Certificate No. 125.N >: IIT. IIIAMri.HY.
some we -
living has its charms-we all need under ::I t.rertlflrnte No 139 wan 4 of I-L.; of ..Wi L, R of K" rO"'I'Y. Fioitni\i IN
to "serve refreshments" prepared In the name of Clement Rtudlay; 10 Acre*. 8eo J6 Twp. S 8. R. 21H : .
few weeks of Plaintiff.v .
it each .
a year-but .. Han1am', Roo-er.
Barbecued Beef on Buns Tastes Good : In advance with much care) they the a.*ement of nulil property. contulnln.*; in AfHN, i *r. r Wtuinm Defendant
young people will miss a great deal raid the ice box. under .nld.. certificate. No. ISO wa. leu*, I I.. embraced. under said Certificate *' Oracle' Ilyden 2544ORDKIl Rover*
(See Recipe Below) if they never experience the deep In the name of Alice M Tart: tha .. No 161. Can* No PUBLICATIONAND
satisfaction of looking their Where we visited relatives during ment of Bald property under The anement. of anld property OF TO APPUAKBTATM .:
over vacations and made ourselves useful ri.certificate No. 156 wait In the under ealil. certificate, No. 7H wa NOTICE to- Oracle
Outdoors homes and finding them well ordered Candla Calhoun. Carl Hacker theanHe OF
Fun name of in the name of :
reeldenc* I I.
Tour Barbecue Sapper helping with the work, they pop Myden Rner whone
comfortable and attractive. ITnle** aald Certificates nholl beredeemed ..iimnt of ..nld property under Macon. l.ora-la.
What need learn around in the car (that Is. they did according to law t h *ald mrtlflcute No. 108 wa. In the 314 Adam street on
they to now is that renulred to appear
(our family will like eating out- Beef Barbecue on Toasted Bun you don't achieve this, or any other up to now) for a casual call on propertle: described therein will be name of Mr of. Tere ald' .*.u Becker under; theanHement 3uJ.o"I are, 143, In the above named
,, thefourthou *
old bidder at
to the hllrh..t plaintiff
as wherein
so good aunts and grandparents.Much Court ami oaue.
for nothing Small Whole Tomatoes No. 10 wa* In the
vi lasting satisfaction without going .e door on the tlrat Mondav aid certificate ek* divorce Bradford County
barbecues or hamburgers Cucumber Wedges to a great deal of trouble! of this Is to the good but In the Month of Auvuit. 194.1. name of Murjr silvlai the **aeHment aald- Telegraph** .hall publleh this Order

eel I in the open when appetites orChefs But taking thought in managing somehow the I* education will have A.which D 1143.I* the InI., day of Au.ut certificate I I of *itld No. property 115 wa* In under the name In next four weekly hand |*and*ue*. official

their sharpest, or coffee made SaladStrawberryRhubarb their own lives is only half the need to Include an awareness of painstaking l'atert this Slnd. day. of June of Unknown, and the a.*ementof "eal Wltn at *Mtarke* my, Florida, thl* Jun
It make-shift stove from a couple -they must also learn that you've and its rich rewards. We A. D 1143 *ald property under *ald certificate 23ml, 1943.fOFlI'lCIAL.
Pie No. 1st wa* In the name ofg
I'IAt.) A J. Thoma* I
lliirge bricks maneuvered to bold Coffee Milk Pop got to put some conscious effort think parents will have an opportunity OFFICIAL Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford -,.....,1' L.ni pnkUnle of BRAD..ld Court A. J. ThomasA
Clerk *
\ coffee pot In place. into your friendships If you are going this summer to bring these County Florida.19 4t T1Siii I ** said Certificate* hall be T* Frank Landrum, Htark*. Florida.Atty. .
old granite given to law the '
Recipe auoordlnc
to have any worth) keeping. lessons home-without a car. with dirlhed therein will he i for Plf. -2S 4t 7-18
food is good and wholesome and Take "thank :you" notes for exam out extras to eat, without nearness rinrriT roi'H-r. nttnronnroi propertle old to the* hlchent hldder at the
re's plenty of it whether you cook ple. I remember a schoolteacher to their best friends, :your children 'NTY.' FLOIUDAI i-x IHANCKHT. Courthoue door. on the ftrt Mon4tv -

It at home and ties and try slowly In hot fat until friend of mine who went to a can discover some of the pleasures Herbert. U William*. Plaintiff, v*. In the Month of Au ut, 1941,

wrap it up to take browned and done on both sides. great deal of bother and expense which need to be planned for, which Asnen: Turner William.*, Defendant.Ca A.which 1>. 1843 I* the Snd, day of Auaruit.
When nearly done Invert the bottom to send her niece sharing and co-operation ..e No 2M9ORDER .
with you to the Patty an evening require OF PUBLICATION Dated thl* Ut, day of July A. D.
pot of your half of a bun over the hamburger dress for her first party. The among and within families. Help AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1941 .
so that bun will be steamed and child's parents couldn't afford one them learn that these are eminently STATR OF FLORIDA to Anne* OFFICIAL SISAL) Court.A J.HradfordCounty Thoma*

choice gather twigs or If you and toasted. The other half may be and she declared she'd rather stay worth the trouble they take. Turner I I.* 715 Wlllam Main Street. whoe Greenwood.Mlllppl. reililenreI Clerk Circuit Florida. t-1 4t.: 7-J1

to order. toasting on a stick while one rests t) M)
cook You required to appear on !l'f O T 1
Make use of the on hamburger. Place other half on iv ('IIU'I'IT rot'UT. BIIAI>FOIHICOI July tflth.are 1944. In the above named Notice I I.. hereby given that the
hamburger when ready to eat. 'NTY. PLOHIUll IN" CHAN1 Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff underila-ned Ouardlan. of Mae Lee
back yard: for EHOME 'fellY.Isabella. .aeekn divorce.i Bradford County Lewi. Morrl Kdward Lewln and
woods Many families are fond of barbecued Hg Y 1 hall thl Order
.j barbecue or take to the W I Ham* Telearaph publleh *
the spareribs on their jaunts outdoors John 8. Gordon '': In next four weekly. lue*, Don't spend year pay la
| lake even if you have to use You'll like this particularly dant.. Can* No. 25711. WltneH* my hand and official competition with your neighbor
;ycle The change from eating on ORDER OF PUBLICATION1 ...*i lit orarke Florida thl* June
the sauce: 23rd. 1943OFFICIAL I for scarce civilian
10 APPBAlt
dining room table will be a welm AND ( :, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas t Save America, and
Barbecued Spareribs. John foods. ,
OF F1..oltiDA to:
change and will do wonders l"k of unlit 1 1 Court
e (Serves 4)S ) 8, Oordon William., whune reld n. H Duncan Jacksonville, Florida. yea will save America, from
kard perking up summer appe- nte I I. Camp uuttrd HOUMB. Camp 718fcOTICK
6-2B 4t
ribs cut In pieces Atty. for Pit. black markets and runawayInflation.
4 .
to pounds Forreat Tenn..**... _
>. 1 lemon : You are required. to appear on OF AIMI,IC'ITION FOU Boy: more Boads everypayday.
Jake outdoor eating as convenient 1 large onion Jy !IaMj DafUu.how AuffiiHt Oth, 1043 In th.. above named .rIIKKII How many bonds? Figure
dining at home. Be sure to include 1 cup catsup Court p..*.kM and dtvrirce cauve,And wherein Cuwtoiiv plainfir' of- ( en*OIVRV. It .nt vtlar .".

h things as salt and pepper nap- I .
>4 cop Worcestershire sauce o< Sliter Uny'. kl..b.. :
is, plenty of cups plates and silirware 1 teaspoon chill powder

in your basket to make the 1 teaspoon salt Many women are cooking for two

lIy comfortable.A tabasco sauce these days brides Just beginning
2 dashes
their adventure and housewives "
spicy sauce with beef or veal 2 water
cops of long standing whose families
lakes up a delicious barbecue. The Place ribs in shallow roasting pan are so inevitably reduced in

.aid and a quarter of meat islough meaty side up. On each piece place numbers. ife r

for 12 buns-just in case an unpeeled slice of lemon a thin In a way: It's the experienced

ia're Interested In stretching those slice of onion. Roast'in hot oven housewive who faces the harder

eclous red points: (430 degrees). 30 minute. Combine problem because her household and :

Barbecued Beef on Buns.vt remaining ingredients bring to a kitchen equipment Is geared to the I
size of her family and she must doa
\' pounds beef or veal boil and pour over ribs. Continue
in order to
lot of reconstructing
cup thinly sliced onions baking in a moderate oven ((330 degrees avoid waste. The appetites and requirements keep the "I" flags flying

clove garlic, chopped (optional) ) for 30 minutes. Baste ribs of two adults are vastly

tablespoon Worcestershire sauce several times with sauce.. different from those of vigorous

cop catsup Let the green salad for the outdoor youth: but nourishing and interest

'\'i teaspoons salt supper be as green and sprightly ing menus must be maintained. .

teaspoon pepper as :you can make it A smart idea Small amounts of food must be
salad is to toss all cooked tn small containers so the
and making the
Cut in
meat In 1-inch cubes established housekeeper may need
add the
wn In hot fat. Add 1 cup water the greens together to invest in some small-sized sauce

d simmer 1'%I hours until tender. dressing only just before eating pans and spiders. Top-stove cooking

rown onions and garlic in hot fat to allow the salad to keep its crlspl- utensils of clear glass and

d add to cooked meat with remaln- ness:, clean-looking smooth-glazed American h
r ot Ingredients. Make on out- Chef's Favorite Salad. pottery are available and delightful

itove or wrap carefully In con. I M head of lettuce to use. Many: of these utensils

wer with jaunty of towels to keep 2 caps spinach leaves You will will double find for the service.five-inch top-
cat In wedgesH
arm. and take to barbecue. To 2 tomatoes, radishesH stove glass skillet or "spider" just

we, ipoon on to warmed buns. cap sliced the right size for a shortcake for

Hamburgers are still a great fa- green pepper, cat In rings two. It makes a good pie pan for

rite for outdoor eating partlcunow 3 green onions two as well as its Innumerable uses

now 1 stalk celery, cat In pieces on top of the stove.If .

mburger U cap french dressing your pans are dented and

Break lettuce into bite-sized pieces rounded on the bottom you are
int value. sinceIi and toss together with other vegeta more, than justified flat-bottomed in buying new
{ before ones because pani
ecipe blest Just will pay in fuel and time savings.
sty and serving I add ( The size of cooking pans is fnr

ell. dressing -" more important than most people:

nmburgers: serve from andLJ' realize. The wider the cooking surface l
'I' the evaporation so
I bowl. Have the greater lI
well .\ be the same jit a small
Prize gredlent* results can't I
-'ill f-? amount of food is cooked in a large
chilled. -
: .
( 24 hamburgers) .;Cd': ..., container.
C pounds hamburgerH If you have a I;! Recipes must be rejlggered) In

cup chill host of hearty always
sauce most cases. Modern recipes
teaspoon Worcestershire sauce eaters and would enjoy a luscious designate the number of servings.

JH' tablespoons salt pie the Combination of strawberries .. Ordinarily the cook-books
rhubarb, is a happy cbolcel'.SIrawberrrRhubarb : six don't have '"E" flag of
teaspoon onion salt with give recipes for persons. O, wa an
Pie. of recipes is one of 1It \
teaspoon The problem
salt .
celery That "n't our job.
arithmetic but the trick Is our own .
U buns, toasted and batteredMiUx 1 cop sugar simple
J4 teaspoon salt to be sure that you reduce EACH Our job Is to keep theae generators i
hamburger well with sauce Ingredient In proportion. If :you I
"nd> seasonings. Form Into 24 pat- H teaspoon Dutmel'Z quick-cooking tapioca halve the amount of flour in a humming Supplying the power that

tablespoons JuiceS recipe but forget to do the same keeps War Plants busy 24 hours every 5
K cop orange into trouble.
with the milk you'll get t
caps cat rhubarb Serving dishes too. come in for day so they can build machines olr

Lynn..Bay- 1 recipe pastry the same reduction in size. A small Ample and constant power

The Score 1 cap sliced strawberries amount of meat served on an average Victory

are in effect Card for such: Celling vegetables price 1 tablespoon batter sized platter looks so lonesome supply is making production history .1

II cabbage carrots lettuce spin- Combine sugar juice salt and nutmeg rhubarb, tap; it two loses served its appeaL in a dish Vegetables calculated for to Yes, .and we do more than that We ,

Ich. snap beans and tomatoes. ioca, orange 9-inch pie pan lined with hold enough for four or six persons supply the power for scores of military
watch for changes In point val place in and cool rapidly and lose their flavor.

ues on meats and other red stamp pastry. Top with strawberries whole pastry If :you can't find small platters establishments and we also continue to

foods.< Look. too. for the ceiling dot with butter.lattice Arrange covering. Bake in in the shops hunt Those around small on your oval meet all the needs of our peacetime cus-'t
prices on of meat : top or own top shelves.
The butcher many cuts hot oven (430 degrees) for 10 minutes plates that were used under gravy tomers. Proud? Sure we're proud. We're

Prices on his usually wall. .posts ceiling then in moderate oven (330 boats are the right size for the a rasher meat Americans aren't we? And when there's a'
30 minute. of bacon and eggs or
Your butter and cheese man degrees) for other band fresh fruits ration for two. You may find a real job to be done, who can' do it better?

can collect your points before he On the few cookies relish or "pickle dish'* of your
with a
waves your order. In this way by themselves or liltln,. Be mother's that's symmetrical: and .J

ie won't wake you up if he comes may be more to your carefully, so they. flat-I did-and' you can put it to a \ .

arl). or if you're not at home sure to wash them in waxed new use.VOTICH. I

later In the day. Should he fail do not bruise wrap them them into the red-' -- TO CIUIJITOR..... > Po"ft 4 2HT COMPANY:
toss t
to be and .claim or demand FLORIDA
able bavins'
to fill order be paper All peron
your fastening '
that you're
must checkered tablecloth *. avalnat the .tte of
give you a ration check for at the corners.An Balin, late of the County: anilKtate '. ...
Points given him but not used. together .. pluming of New York, are tiorobjr notified '''II 'i
IIId having difficult and required to file their
you can turn this in to your you MJII/I pomltf Stretching your .Malm In the office of the County !
WM.I meofj ill, Bradford County. Florida.In .
price' and ratloalng Chamken tan you Judce' of
Stark Florida
. --ard.b meow? Lynn hr tncloiiag a theCourthou** at *
help il you "wil within elcht calendar
Uniform prices for poultry have ttll-addrttitd tnvtloam' foryour from the date of the flr.t publication
slall'peJ. "''" notice, or the name will
ll n Iter" of thl*
established and the camagalnst nplr. & *<" South V... heceme. void according- law. Thl

::n the poultry: ; black Vmp, per Vntan, 210, Illutou.Bla June St. 1,43. ELKA BALIN
ket Chicago
swinging into shape. plain*> Strttt, Newspaper Union. Ancillary Executrix ..f Lat will

110. a

_, 'v -.H- -T.r.\: t., mr-! \!
,f" '

I ANn CAPITAL AC- (a) On date
'- Air Base announced. The I __________ ot re
ot Wallace Oliver McDonald who is Covlngton. Mri. G metz' husband Army I COUNTS requiresSTATES legal. prreew e
but will have the opportunity withheld
L A WTEY satisfying that appetite which for serving somewhere in England. is a sailor who we understand name of notification the pilot was of next of +This bank' capital consists bank ewupoe14 rf Ihh

By F. R. Carr dtn. other craves meat gets his prders shortly. pending of common stock (bWhichtW hPorl."
some reason or total value of ahov.llIAt
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of Miss Sin Ie Prescott and Mar] kin. with par ""lIlrlbl.
before. If can- 125.00000 11I.al
like never you re..rv.
NEW ARIIIV.1LBoor Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith Lucille Darley are visiting rela. .to smnantbthe !
the send a MEMOnA'4DAPledged ---
not to supper
to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie go You will never relatives. tives in Daytona Beach. They expect Of asset (and securities I.above-nam
dollar anyway OF (ONDITIOrMLORII.t knek fist's
Blalock Thursday July 8. a boy miss it and it la sorely needed. Monroe Padgett of the U. S. I, to' return la two weeks. IlKPOHT DANK AT ,,'.'AIIKI101 -' value): loaned) '(book swear that t the above( 60 kr
returned this week to Mr. antI Mw.rFrank Cruce were im t he State of Florida obligation ; true and that tle. ..
Marines Mark
big enough to vote. We have not It is not only your duty but a JuneO (a) u. S. rectiy II fully ?
business) ea
rluse o. represent tut
t tae direct and
his base at New River N. C-, visitors In ,JacisotJ'V1l1erednes\ the
been advised aa to his name. privilege. 1IM3 guaranteed pledged to several mnterstAl nwm7
Mother and eon doing fine. after spending several days here day. ASMRTTS secure deposits and and ....t forth "t
McDonald son of LUCKY ESCAI'K with relatives.Mr. Loans and discount (Inoludlnll' other liabilities ____ 608.467.60 knowledge and bflllejh, Gr
Lt. Henry
14..11' 0 v. rdraft. assets pledgedto
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McDonald Is A freak and very fortunate and Mrs. J. S. Shuford and Vacation Time _______________ ;172,61000 (b) secure deposit and Correct-AU..t. B. L. pEt$.
with accident (for the dilver) occur- In United States Govern other liabilities (I n w. '
few stay G. Shuford Monday
here for a P. spent ,
obligations, d I note and bill w. WALi'
ment eluding
red at the bridge being repairedIn At USOYWCAMrs. :
relatives. Lt. McDonald is connected Jacksonville.Pvt. reel and guaranteed, 1,118,4511.10 redlscounted and securities W. B. bE'EIL
with the Air Transport Command the north end of Lawtey on Resale Anderson son of Obligations of States: and old under repurchase .
highway 13 Wednesday morning Is A. ,,W. Anderson resident political subdivisions 203.917.S5 i agreement .. 102.933 OF FLORIDA, Dll-|
f' as radio operator. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson Cash, balances with other I ---- COUNTY OF
before daylight. A large truck here for several days visiting hla hostess at the local YWCA-USO bank, /Including reserve TOTAL $608,400.83 Sworn BRADFORDIt
THOSE IIARKELL BOYS I and trailer ariven by Willie Hol- from week's balances, and "Secured' andpref.rredliabilltlest to .ubrHk' ' at
parents. Resale la stationed recently returned a cash Items In process of me this 12th 1 lot
column maintained its loway belonging to Bob Paul of .____ .._____ 542,348.13 : day 0' ,
Well this Camp Forest, Tenn.A visit to Cnlfport. Miss., where she collection >- (a) Deposits secured by and I hereby certify th.tty
infallibility for another week with Winter Haven was loaded with letter from Cpl. James E. Bank: premises owned pledged asset pursuantto an officer or ::
I USO'business with vacation 17.99747 furniture and of law $319,28208 director 0'
the prediction In the last Issue potatoes. The bridge, being repaired (Everett Speck) Loadholtz advises combined fixtures ".622. 4 ______ 14,610.31Other requirements (SEAL) (IhIt

detour Reed _______.___ 4,452.32 _______
that the 'Little Corporal' Fatso :: and provided with a he Is well and while In the pleasure. MIss Sara assets TOTAL $313,282.08eubordlnated A. J. THOMAR Clerk

W. J. Harrell the furlough king, signs and barricades was thick of the happenings in Africa Director left last week to be gone TOTAL ASSETS --ITIEN $.21 obligation:, Court of IIradford COunt"0', flu'r',
and trailer.Holloway She spent several u
would be here. He did, and look Invaded by the truck and Sicily still thinks of old five or six weeks. Individuals
ed like the little corporal after I passed here some three Lawtey and his many friends. days at Tullahoma Tenn., on Demand deposits, partnership*

taking a bottle of 'Wine of weeks ago and the bridge was in His address Is: Cpl. Jas. E. Load- business for the USO and will and corporations ._IndlIdual __ .1,234.837.55Time EVERY BRANCH OF
Cardul. The corporal returned I I good order so when approachingit spend the remainder of her vacation deposits of
hoi U-34 00714 3. Co. G. A. Reg. *. part nershlps, .
to his bane at Fort Benning while '' Wednesday morning he claims APO 292, care of Postmaster, time visiting relatives and and corporations _.____ 818,160.20'

his sailor other, Keeffee B, returned to, nave been blinded by oncoming New York N. Y. friends at Laurel, Miss. Deposit Government of United(Including States .9ndUranCeH.

to Philadelphia where he I cars and did not see the bar- Fess George F.? Young the In Miss Reed's absence Miss postal savings) ____.. 1(1,237.37

} is at present stationed. Keeffeexlvlses ilcade until too late. The entire Honorable Mayor of Lawtey and Bertha Kuberg of New Haven, Deposit of states andOtheritldepoeitsdt 131,107.59 ..

>K his favorite pastime is 'length of the truck and trailer Miss Eva Grant left Wednesday Conn., Is acting Director.! As soon (certified

tiling northerners of his 'left the road .and! at this writing morning for a two iweeks':vacation as Mica ReetJ..reXiJn'us, Mrs. Flor eta.. n)d officers' check, 1.129.55

Mi following 'In the grand-I is ensconced in the bridge bed.'' In the Shennandoah Valley. ence Mil Ill. Secretary, and her TOTAL DEPSITB 81,662,172.76Other

he Indians, who placed a fish'No one was' seriously hurt and Their immediate destination 1 Is soldier-husband,, Pfc. Bern MUIla\ liabilities .____* 1.B89.62 C. WALL AAgency

v jnder each hill of corn to fertilize Holloway escaped with only a Waynesboro, Va.. and from there will leave for a three-week's vacation TOTAL LIABILITIES (not .

the corn, by placing a Yankee bruised none and upper lip they expect to travel the entire at their home in Philadelphia, Including obligations subordinate shown below

instead of a fish, and they proved length and breadth of the valley. Pat
such fertilizer that Grandpadidn't FAMILY REUNION ) _______________ 11.883,842 )
poor The Mayor will return here while
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. CAPITA ACCOUNT1'
even get hla seed back. Miss Grant will continue on to Pilot KilledThe Capital ..__?__...?_.-. Sl.not.00Surplus
McDonald' of Lawtey was the I ......
home in Maine (one of the
PAT CHICKEN AND HELP scene of a delightful family reunion her Undivided profits______ 11.02508 Constant Service Over 50 Years
; "two" states), pilot was killed when a
on Sunday, July
Mrs. R. Comets of Penaacola slngle-englned Army plane crash- Reserve (and retirement
The Woman's Auxiliary of the occasion was the homecoming of account for: preferred
returned here Tuesday after ed Monday seven miles east of capital 1,625,11
Red Cross Is planning a chicken their son, Lt. Henry McDonald, several here with Starke during a routine training T( CAPITAL,--A-- Please Phone 146
spending days I
Saturday night on the who Is serving In the Air Trans ('ONT ___________ 92.550.83
supper her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. night officials of the Keystone TOTAL L I A B I HTIE3
grounds of the City Hall at Law- port Command and has been late

tey. The Intention of this worthy ly stationed In Washington D. C.

effort Ii to raise additional fundsto Those enjoying this event were:

complete the day room at Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonaldand

BlandIng; which was started with daughter, Elizabeth Ann; Mr.

the funds granted the movement and Mrs. Tracy R. Bell and twin
The Southeast Is On The' March
last week by the City Council. daughters, Eleanor and Patricia,
.. .
Anyone who will take time to of Willis ton; M. David Beden-

investigate will find Just how baugh of _Tampa; Mrs. Ury O. ,

much these room mean to a''Sapp and daughters Johnnie <

tired soldier who after a day Belle Rhoda Ann and Sylvia; Compare These Figures . ..-''k

march finds himself with no placeto Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell. Jr., of I *

go. These rooms are a source Jacksonville, Miss Elizabeth Mas- II Here is positive evidence of the industrial and business ; *; :
of Lake Butler and Miss *
of to that who knows sey "
delight "
expansion that is taking place in Florida and the Southeast. '
Grace McDonald of Jacksonville.Mr. :,
no one In town does not have a <:?t*',,,,
McDonald : Much of it has been stimulated by war-expenditures to be
girl and no means to get away and Mrs J, B. sure, 1\;

from camp and there are thousands have three of their four sons In ,,, but it provides a solid foundation for even greater peacetime : ;t\ :

of such cases at every camp the service Besides Lt. Henry ;" '. accomplishment. Banks of the Florida National Group have :'r 1t"

and fort By patronizing this supper McDonald, there Is Pvt. Ira Till.I ;.i..\:" played an important role in financing this growth a role ', '1'J{.

you wUl not only help man McDonald who Is stationed :" :\< consistent with their long-range policy of furthering the de- .. :"
a place of diversion for provld.1 I at Fort Bliss Texas and Cpl.PcpnlColit .' velopment of business and industry In America's last great .:..5'\, .

; frontier area. The Southeast is on the march providingnew

opportunities for capital and initiative I 1 .


Combined Statements

P sz, 3e


RESOURCES June 30, 1943 June 30, 1942

Loans and Discounts ----------------:. $ 29800102.99
$ 32100467.98
Company Long Island City, N. Y. Overdrafts ________________________:1:__ ;' 917.39 ', <', ,';<. ,'j..'h." : 1,363.03
; ;
Franchise" Bottler' Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville 'f' 'f : ., '. < ':'.: t ,
Banking House & Furniture ,,:; .: ; 'hO';;}. ; :
; lfJ. :
Including Office Building, _____...:.__'!i_,. ; I ; "\ 5197732.12 "t.-. ,:., '\1, 1,808,64219
"" r. 'f''i:.: \ ti ,r
CLASSIFIED Other Real Estate Owned = a,:I l''' .' 'i,
--------- *. ---- a r. 372291.21 :: 319,079,20
ALSO 20-acre farm with Prepaid Expenses -------------_--'_.-- .. ,:, .' it" 28,784.12 \ j ;
WANTED 1 very J ... ...orr... t .....' Y ., ,%,.'!, i' 36,6090Other
t ;
Listings oo apartments houses 01 good buildings crop of com Resources ill.. f,." .' :\>1\ v"
-------------- ----- ; ': 75.00 193.21
home for rent, located within :21 and peanuts 1-4 acre of Im ,. '' ',f:.' ...

I miles of Starke ported strawberry p 1 a nt*. 3 Customers Liability A/C ',' 1\'J:... :ft,'.; ,:'t;,' t '; ,.'';f 'i' ;

119 Kant Call Street cows one nice brown' sow. Sell Letters of Credit *J' :"1tfI !''n' ...,."' :""1',. \t.! '" r \.: .,:"jj,:"'".t
60755.17 "
cheap. It interested in buying, --------7-------. ... .;; -' ,< ) \i': .:
T. CLUTE Realtor ,, 4' : '''' ,' ,', ,'I I' I ,
i'W Accrued Interest and . .: i ,
lee W L. Andrews Hampton ; '. I ,. ,"r\ r

NOTICE will not be responsible Fla. Itp Income Receivable _________________ 570,833.54 I ,' ;,, 'oj ,
297852.96 > ;
for debts other than my .
any HELP WANTED: -Male Young u S. Government Securities t
: 76,545,203.88 .
own. LJndsey Crlffla. 7.2 3tp --------- --- ;of 22561281.25 \: .
man and boy wanted for sales 'r'' ,
NEW HAMPSHIRE baby chicks and stock room work. P. S. Listed New York Stock ; :

for Ml*.-E. E. Wasdtn 3 ml. Stores Blandlng Center It Exchange Bonds and t.', .
I ,
Road 13. Other Securities 15875328.60
of Waldo on
north ------------------- "
Loaf-Long, double-bladed knife 15996784.50
7.2 4tp with brass Finder '.:.' ; ,
long Jaws. Cash on Hand and Due from ,

NKVKK HAS THE TIME been please return to Ernest Byrd at Banks .:. 65,310,177.25 .
------------ -----'"------ --- 158,301,543.27
more opportune for those .desiring Courthouse for $1 reward. ltp : : 45,493,309.86 84,349,228.57
1 '
lands to t :
a home to buy :
FOR SALE-Purplb hull crowder
build. I have a few lots left .
,, "
pea seed, |12 per bu.-J. ;W. +' .
for sale reasonably and on : $193,762,201.27
Bedenbaugh'Hampton, STa. Itp : 1t $118,615,579.72
'' .
term.-D.: S3. Knight.Starke, ,' .

Fla. 7.2 4tp LOST-2 Mack sows, 1 black gilt, ,' ,. .'. p .. ':4Fer ; \" .:

and 1 black and red spotted ." f ;' ) r'r: : ; ,. (
One :. .4..j .. .. r '"!,I;>.
milk T
FOR SALE-Two cows. gilt. Route 2. Box 177-A.. Itp ', t/ll" f ,- -' .'t... ..".. ... .
live 3 gals per day one '

around 3 1.2.-Robt. N. Craw FOR S.u.JiBar&ain; 30 acres CAPITAL STOCKCapital .. y:K 11 : :;. ... ,,;: .; ..:. : ; 1

ford Lawtey Fla ItpFOR good corn and peanuts; house Stock j Y 'lri 1 :,,',I 111.' fler,.: ..ITW r-'v-
----------------------- ," :: '. 1c 6225000.00 ''' '' '
W : '
for balance of year with several ; ..,' ;. f .' :'f' ': .r 6,150,000.00
SALE-20-acre farm in HeU- ,,'. "\. .. 'V-! ,.... ,
acres good vegetable ground. Surplus I 'I' .r' .".". >'r
--------------------- -- ': > 4 318 Ifs..' 7
section. House ,500 00 00
bronn Springs Also l-good mule. See Revels ",, ,. Ii .'. (..*M" 3,811,700.
partly completed. A I s o one Undivided Profits \ .
at Orange Line Garage. ltp -----------------r ; .7 659860.35 < \.6
for EarlyB. 475,09311Reserves
mule. All 1.200. ..' ", .

Thomas. Rt 2. Box 126. HELP WANTED male.-100 car- __..?,??_________________, _u ,"f"-. !'i"I,, .' 987,179.81 ,,'3i'! ,i; :T\1 ;-. ....
7-16 2tp penten with tools., Guaranteed "' ..-J!'.... ., ,...\, :;'fi,} _y, <: : 775693.15
S '
work. Dividends Declared, not yet payable -----, ;' ;;,;,' ;: S .
FOR KENT: -2 furnished rooms 'I steady Inquire at my ,. : j'. '1. t 4187.50 .,,: 4000.00
house. George Inman. Itp 7V
with electricity bath hot and Other Liabilities ---------------r-.::. ; *, ;. 396.61 ,,': 894.13

cold water. Out of Starke on WANTED*-Old phonograph rec- Interest and Income collected, not earned 70'I: .., :;: ;. < .. 1 '
104,212.24 3/
Ralford Priflon Farm highway I oral, so per lb. None with ; 137,843.57
to Hellbronn Springs first turn paper. Phone 179 Pal Music Letters of Credit =: t S '.- ,"
----- -------- 61,957.17 :
11111.-1.. L. Conner. *'.., .' "
then out 2 Co., Starke. Fla. tf \
7-16 2tp 1 ''it. \
Deposits ---------------------- 181,400,907.59
;(, ::7r 107,260,353,56$193
FOR RUNT: Comfortable unfurnished -
milk stock beef cat.tie
cows cows
4-room cottage closeto stock'' bulls or hogs, get In .. IJ.t. f 1 1L'wty

Starke and Camp. Pump touch with J. D. Odom Jr., ; ..., ,7
screened : .
and sink in kitchen
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake ,
'v porch. no lights nice lawn and I
City; Telephone 481 Lake City.
.' plenty of shade. Reasonable Auction market every Tuesday

N rent; Box 725: Starke. Itp Lake City 2:30: ; every Thursday INSURANCE'r


i time and part time. Apply P. '
FOR SALE Porto Rica potato
1 S. Stores, Blanding Center tf vines. Mrs. Ida Sweat Route

l FOR SALE:-S acre with 70 bearing 2 Box 68. Starke Fla. 7.9 2tp WE ARE A MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA

# pecan trees -room mod
FOR SALE--7G-acr. farm-new
ern bungalow home, conveniences fence running water excellent MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSITS

; 2 Jersey cows, with 3 buildings on road. Call phone .

heifer calves CO hens; 73 fry 133 or write P. O. Box 484,

ers.. Starke Fla. 7.9 2t 7-16