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 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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r" [|[Recreation Camp Blending Center BRADfORD COUNTY I TELEG' H Sweetest'Strawberrlesor This Side of, Heaven I a

'I Official County Publication'*- Established In 1811STABKJC. -r I IEME

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Statement What To Do Election v ,Conducts.Revival HomeownersGet ODT OfficialTo
a If You Lose Visit Starke Daugherty

Your Ration Book. On July 26

Prosperity Forecast RefundOn Draws Sentence
Have you lost your ration book C a I Herbert E. Williams, Office of ;

a and don't don't know vtoat: to Defense Transportation examiner, I

Community do about it? Or have you found Looks Quiet InsuranceThe began an Itinerary of the cities. Of '30 Years
one, and are In the same boat? throughout Florida July 22 for

Here Is what W. U Blair Chief tbe purpose of explaining the

hurried glance at,,. the "repoit Clerk Board, of recommends the local Rationing Things"are beginning to shapeup fire Insurance rate on regulations of the ODT to com Ernest Daugherty, 21-year-old

of Florida Bank atks" : for the City Election, but none 4 mercial motor vehicle operators.
condition dwellings !In all first, second and Bradford County youth was sentenced
If you find one, take or sendit too fast, since It Is less than two He will be available at the Rationing -
of business Tuesday to 30 at
at tbe close. third-class towns In the State of years
to the Rationing Board In the months off-September 14. Al- Boards In this area Monday "hard
labor" In State Prison
June 30, reveal the amount Starke Armory; If you have lost ready It Is a known fact that Florida has been substantially reduced July 26, W. L. Blair, Chief for the fatal shooting last Nov. ,r

cash on hand and due from one, Inquire there to see if anyone Mayor L. A. Canova will not bea according to a statement Clerk: In the local Rationing 21. of Dan W. Moore, Theresaa i
has turned It In. Mr, Blair by Joa. B. Wilson ass oclated Board stated yesterday. He will
banks to be $942,348.13. as candidate to succeed himself. farmer and store proprietor. The
er ilnat $193,438.34'at' the Close has quite "large number on hand His Is the only office with a one- with the Harold C. Wall Insurance be at Camp handing at 9 'a m. sentence was passed by Circuit .

business June 29. 1940-.three that people have found and turn year' term. As Chairman of the Co. Refund checks totalingaround on that date; Starke 11 a. m.: Judge John A..'H.. Murphree, who '\
11.500 have
construction atp ed in. Evidently some people City Council, he filled out the been sent to Raiford 1 p.m.; Lake Butler 2 .
iths bef o r e the residents of presided at the trial here In June.
Blandlng had begun. Loan have not missed them, or. do not short unexpired term of MayorN. M. Starke since this p.m. and Brooker 4:3: pm. Daugherty had nothing to say
1M. new ruling went Into effect.
discounts (Including $43.92 know how to Ito about recoveringthem. .. D. Wainwright, Jr., when he when asked 'If he knew of any

rdraftsr totaled 72610.00 Perhaps a phone call to was ,called Into the Army, and The rate Is now 36 cents per reason why sentence should not 1

ie 30, 1943, whereas three years 19-W might solve the problem. was elected "on his own" with- hundred whereas It was formerly Tennis'ToumeyPlanned be passed upon him but seemed

the total stood at $57.920.31. out opposition a year ago. So far around 48 cents per hundred Mr somewhat stunned at the',length

itch! included $2.81, overdrafts.m no ;candldate for Mayor has an- Wilson said. The new rate was of the term.
Green IndicatesHe put Into effect May 17 by the
nounced. At NCCSMiss
[ 1940 the Bank held U. S.' Southeastern Underwriters Association His supersedes, bond was set
There will also be. two vacancies Rev at U, oo the outcome of
(vernment securities In the The G. E. .Hodge, pastor and Is retroactive to April pending
aunt of $19,600.; whereas in i on the ,City Council In the Sep of the Beaver y Street Baptist 1. Starke Is the only locality In his appeal ,to the State Supreme
Is CandidateAt tember election. The term of both Nina Bishop has acceptedthe Court. However, he Is still In
. 13 the amount totals ,, $1.118-I Church In Jacksonville, who Is Bradford County affected by the
.10. Other bonds 'and securtai Charles A. Darby and One Wiggins conducting a '\series, of revival ruling, since even Starke barely appointment, as Chairman' of the county Jail, not. yet having
; who were elected to seatson ; the Tennis d'('CotnmltCtie at theUSONCCS completed. for
arrangements a
| total U03, 11.33, whereas meetings at"the"'t Phi Level Bap falls In the "third class town" '
re* years ago the amount stood Panama City he didn't say the Council two years ago tilt Church. Good;: crowds and en' group which has to do with the Club In Starke She satisfactory bond..

1s66S,94.: :! : yes and he didn't say no. with, very flattering votes, expireIn thusiastic. Interest are, reportedat amount of Insurance written In Is an outstanding woman tennis
At Orlando last week September. Mr. Darby said player In Starke and Is anxiousto
he told
the the meetings which begin-each>> those Dance FloorBein'g
addition to above people communities
a Interest other girls, and women ,
friends he was "definitely in the this week that he would not be a night at 9 o'clock. Tqnight (Fri ,
Starke and Bradford County 'Mr._Wilson stressed: tbe fact la the soldiers" RefinishedAt
community, especially
for the in candidate to succeed himself; 'and
race governorship day) there rwWbe': ,, Especial music
War Bonds aver. ,
purchased this
VII reducUon was on frame wives who tennis as
1944." Mr. .Wiggins, who Is on vacationat play
by the Twin- Juartette of Jack USO YMCA
30,000: per month, and la dwellings only 'w t t 11. -
His many home town friends this time and cannot be reached sonville. The publicIs'cordially approved well as those who are anxious to
War Loan Drive in" ;
2nd April
roofs standard flues and
'than' worth have.suspected his Intentions for for a statement, has told several Invited to thu.ne.l'inga.Thankames. I occupiedby learn.Miss The USO.YMCA:' Club has been ,
!ht more $170,000 a long time, J and, this .week a of his friends that he would the owners. Hs was at a loss Bishop said: ,"We tennis unable to have Jt* special party > '
have also ..
bonds. ,They' gone 1C to understand the for the
huge sign 'blossomed out on the not, ?run again. ; \ reason players are Indeed, appreciative of dances ,this week. The dance
rough a building' spree pel'second < reduction sincethe rate notexcessive.
Us side ,of the Guidon Grill;' removing Police Chief A. L. Alvares'will was the opportunityJ given by the National floor Is being re-flnlshed, an4
.0 .
to no town of Its sUe : The reduction may ex- .
any, doubt that might have. run to hold his old Job which he \ Catholic Community Service It will be tn fine shape for the
1 the Country,' as long as ma- tend to the entire Southeastern
for"M Club for the use of the tennis
existed has held successively next: week's! dances.
irlals could be secured. many area, but it Is state A
la box-car letters of red and years;, and Carl .Johns, who has I ..-. wide. courts. With the contemplat. Tuesday night,, a ,dance will be tk.
black. the sign proclaims: also been City Clerk for several ed plans of remodeling the courts, given for the Mtl1 Division ***

amily Notified! Let's HaveCONGRESSMAN years, will run fer reelection.So and plans for their continued upkeep Thursday night for the 63rd Division
GREEN tar neither of them has Chinese War Front they will be the best tennis -
Tiat Robert Green any The Board of County Commls-- and the open dance will be
,, courts In the County. They:
For Our Next .
opposition.The loners, .t Its regular meeting on Thrillingly PicturedIn held on Saturday night.'
ImprovingMr. are tae only tennis courts! available -
i GovernorWheB only new blood who has'so Miss Marie 'Register, associate
June 7, passed! a resolution expressing Florida to the soldiers and the
FilmIn general -
Congressman Green was far positively announced his' can- its gratitude to',Senator director at the USO-YMCA, 111 I
and Mrs. Adam Green ofarka public In Starke at this time.I .
questioned about ,the sign he didacy for a city Job this year Is Hal Y. Malta, oft the 13th: Senatorial spending a six weeks' vacation
,reUeTeci0 "Night Plane From Chunking would like to see as
were re many
laughed, and said, "Jim, Forest L. A. Rennolds. who will run for District of Florida which in Jacksonville and In the North
ive this week letter frome { the romantic adventure women as possible In Starke takeadvantal"
a asked me if be could put a signon the Council. Mr. Rennolds has embraces Bradford for la her absence ''Mrs.. Ayllffe 1U, I
County, thriller of the Chinese t la
war front, of t k
Adjutant General's Office in opportunity.
the wall and I told him that Jacobs of Clinton S. C. Is
been a citizen: of Starke since his unstinted support of the Cigarette > servM
Robert Preston has the The courts available
dynamic. from 10a.
D. that are "
asblngton, C., stating
: It'was his and he could, put any since 1900. Ing in this capacity.
1894 and a taxpayer Tax. whIch the !
bill passed of his film la to 11
elr son, Robert;: a Technician top role career the m. p. m. each day and
thing there he wanted to. Forest,
born in Tennesseebut
h Grade In the Army,' making Grill He was 1949, Legislaturesad Is now on part of an American flyer fightIng rackets and tennis shoes andotb.tequlpment..can
of the
I proprietor came to Florida when ten years the statate books state. D
efJthe ConwayFamilyMovea
real Improvement' after being with the forces of Generalissimo b* taoc-uced-
rents the building from Lex. old; He: was for "3!$ .years .with After of racing, ChlanrKai'Shekt'This! at the :Director's office! With the +
rtously wounded'in'action + In I- Congressman didn't'.ay Atlantic Coast Line the suspension" new To Farm ''I I
it Pacific. Green the Seaboard due to war conditions, and the film will be shown at the Florida large number of women who will
whether or not he had any prior and Florida East Coast railroads. bee of Theatre and and will be
I consequent large revenue Sunday Monday participate we conducting Lacy Conway, manager of the
"four' has been evacuated
son knowledge as to just what the He is a member of the District :
from the race track fund, Bradford at the midnight show Saturday. i a series of tournaments, every Union Bus Station, and his family
mom. the theatre of action andu
SIR would be., Welfare Board, and ViceChairman County along with the rest Before the Jape pulled their day and especially on Sunday afternoons moved from their home Just
rest that
may assured every- "Poll tical dopesters, had gener- of the Bradford County Defense of the State, was sorely In need sneak "incident" at Shanghai and ." off Road 48 northeast of town
ptng possible Is being done to '
ally agreed'that Lex and Fuller Council.Tobacco ; from other touched off tbe train for '
''ated .recovery the Warren of Jacksonville were the Hence, on May 20, when'the' Cigarette the global war, Preston, as Nick tee with Miss Blahop.and equally past eleven years, to their recent.. r

Jibs address, Is: Cpl. R. Ct-: two foremost (unannounced) candidates Growers Bill, was pendingbefore the Stanton, .was an archaeologist enthusiastic about developing a ly-acqulred 33-acre farm Just out-

Inf. for Governor thus far. Legislature, the Board of County studying' lost temples and thingsin program for soldiers and men of. side the city limits at the end ;
reen-34203194: Co. F 172nd
t t. Now with .the news that Fuller c Commissioners sent Senator the remote Interior. Now, as the community are Buddy Bishop, Washington Street. Their new '
care of Postmaster APOOS
San Warren' has finally been acceptedby Maines a telegram asking that he Capt. Stanton, he's In commandof Herbert Green, and Robert Tur- home Is Just a quarter of a raUa

Francisco, Calif. the Naval Reserve with a commission Will Vote SoonThe support the bill. a secret airport .near the net west 'of BHS, where it wlllba ,

as lieutenant. (Jg.), things He lent It his strong support bomb-scarred, truck-clogged Ai- Guilty Conscience convenient for the children to attend

ew Slip Covers look brighter than ever for Lex. unit the bill was passed, not only sam Road that runs from ,Chung school. I

War'Food Administrationhas relieving the. counties which had king to India. lie hasn't. seen a Snares "Shiner"The Several months ago Mr. Con-

Mrs. Edward Burns executive New French Star announced that farmers will been sorely handicapped by the white ,woman for years. way purchased the 33 acres of

wetary of ,the Bradford County vote on flue-cured tobacco mar loss of the race funds, but also Ellen Drew plays a, pretty Starke Police Force "gets farm land, together with a broom -

hapter of the American Red Will Be Seen keting Quotas for the 1944 crop, offering material assistance to American Red Cross nurse whoIs 'em" both coming and going. house and a 4-room house

roes, u calling for volunteers to In''' Park Feature or for the 3-year period 1944-48, the Old ,Age Pension fund of the a passenger aboard an India- Thursday, the 19th, Willie Goodman from Lester Prevatt for which

F to the Station' Hospital at In a referendum to be held Saturday I State. bound bus, which Is bombed by' colored, paid $150 fine In he paid $2,500 cash. The small

amp Blandlng on Monday and Melodramatic thrills, together July 24. i 'The resolution concludes: "Now the Japs. When Ellen Is carried' Mayor's court for selling whiskey. house has already been' rented

I ednesday of next week to make wit an engrossing mystery story Tobacco producers will vote by therefore be !It resolved that the to the secret airport, Preston He thought he was safe for sometime and Mr. Conway has had a larger

lip covers. Arrangements will will be'excitingly presented In secret ballot, and polls will be Board of County Commissioners takes one ''look at her and says."May so went back to plying his residence remodeled and added to

la: made for transportation to, and :Two; Tickets r to London," which open from 9 A. M. until 6 P. M. of Bradford County Florida, in I kiss you?" Ellen says ,old trade.. and has moved into It.
rom the Camp and ''also,,passes i Bob does. And "Night Saturday W. E. Thornton and He has 'railed 'one
Will be shown at the 'Park Theatre The voting place I n Bradford regular session assembled this "yes. already crop

Into the Camp. .All women whore Sunday, Monday and Tuesday County will be at County ,Agent's 7th day of June A. ,D. 1943 'do Plane for Chunking" Is off to a Matt Morgan were passing by his -25/ acres of corn and velvet '
interested can get detailed .' Michele' Morgan, known as office In Starke. .Senator Hal Y. flying start.Funeral. house on other business but his beans and a good many sweet <

Information\ by calling, 39.. the moat popular screen actressof National marketing quotas and Maines hereby express of the 1 S t h Senatorial guilty conscience got him. He potatoes, he said Tuesday. "I

pre-war France, Is starred," and State-and farm. ,acreage? allotments ,- District of the State''of Florida SaturdayFor started here and there pouring have been .wanting lhat.- laco.
liquid .out of bottles Into a tub. since 1939" he said. His former
Alan Curtis appears with her in will be the same as for: Its appreciation for his supportof ,
Library Notes a romantic, action-packed role. 1943, with similar provisions for' the Cigarette Tax Bill"in the E. E. IveyE. They went In and bottled the home will be rented,. unfurnished. .,
liquor arrested him and secured
"Two Tickets, to London" the adjustment as, .have prevailed: In State Legislature, and does here- E. Ivey, 82-year-old residentof $100 cash, bond, making $250 In a

"AMERICANS ARE' ALWAYS Graphic enactment 'of a nation- the past.'t", II by endorse his actions In behalfof Brooker, died Thursday night, two days.Gassett. Scouts To Advance'

MOVING ON" Is the wide man hunt. Curtis portrays o vote the'' counties and In' behalf, of July 19: at the home* of his daughter During Week

Initial line of Stephen Vincent' the fugitive, an alleged enemy accomplice who, as an owner tenant or the aged people of the State of Mrs Charlie Gainey.

Benefs narrative poem, WES and.'believed to be responsible sharecropper Is entitled, to a' Florida when he supported: the in addition to Mrs. Galney. he Property Echockotee.

TERN STAR. This Is the first f o.r a.major marine share of the 1943 flue-cured tobacco" said tax bill." is' survived by two other children, '
of several volumes planned by calamIty; "''Miss Morgan appearsas crop. Before quotas 'The ,resolutloivvlsr signed by .M. Mrs D. L.. Jones of Dallas,. Ga., Gassett recently Road sold 15 Eight boys will return to Starke
must be acres land Just across 13 next wiser In the
we author about the western the girl who unwittingly aids come effective they be-'I O. Harrell, chairman; P.. D. Reddish and Dorcey Ivey of Miami. Sunday; wars
from Farmers' Market
tbe State
Uratlon of peoples' first, as and ,eventually brings proved by a two-thirds J. L. of, Scouting, stronger In body and
escape ,. .L. L. Conner,' Wynnand Funeral servlc.es,were conducted
they' ot 'all eligible farmers voting. to Muriel W Semmofl, the consideration In mind as the 'result of a week
came to America; and aboutbis capture: 'T.ofCU'ChastnilMdnembers Of Brooker Baptist Church '
at the
:saG. In
then being $ .She, spent at the official Scout Camp ,
America as they spread out through 'Als"o, 'featured! tn the-cdst l Is the'8ou'd"of County( ,Oammlsslonersiof. Saturday afternoon, with the ,Rev. turn, sold/the property to Aaron Echockotee: ,near Orange ,Parkw. "
toward the West, rna.1IIr18llO noted Mclntyre :Deed Bradford .County.6 .Florida, : '
Dooley\ ,.Wilson,,, ngrp .accordionist Herman Moody officiating'The Walker, colored who will build Philip Thorn.- Paul Canova, .Jr..

wan was-to have been longer t;; ,who' slogs .two .numbers -' 'Ikedto i art, nevi'0t ground: and r-srttested by" A. J.Thomas( body' was carried to Arlington. a house and operate the farm.: .James Platt. Edward SbulV Billy
well-I TecI poem/.John : "Lead Kindly Light"-'arid: = Ga., where burial took'place Monda ..' the Ben Dell' '
!grown-t Starke'was 'executed clerk-Mrs. The acrea, joins Miles, Milton Sault Billy Smith
: Just
BOdy,: but wa cut off I ciou'11resMyr sunshine.'Anotber West Robert Harris,.--employe .. and the Hood :properties .
Brlmay ,
his and recorded July IT; .a. r.U.f and Gerald; Boelter left Sunday
March by 'unWn.ly'.+th; in. I highlight{>*:the film.IsTOssMorgan's June"'U concerns 11 roperty, that Mr. the 41'ip'Top' Grocery,, :and wife Pall bearers wer.: Leslie Green. Mr.: Gassett 'said'yesterday. far the camp accompanied by

WAR i'I!fl singing of the popular but Mrst .F.F.,Flume; sojd,to -Mr.1 of'Pvt."! ; Harris,"reeently",stationed "!lib Butler Crosby Tom Markey, He"was very enthusiastic'over'\ Scoutmaster Otaa.,.H.JT Allen-find. I

I EAGLE3!: by JamesChUders ,kit! ;:YOQ' Don'KadX" What Lore nd Mrs. T.J jfctatytei ready., at- ,CalDp'-BlaD4ine.. ,,left.Friday Ralph, Hazes.. Howard Douglasand the sale,' remarking, that it 'helped by' means tot.,\teaas0aaatlea' ftar.
II can in the the story famous of Ameripilots Eagla8quadron'of T*." ,t > I* and months W ore.:..MrT.Mclntyre's. fordtaeh-vilto. ; :Venn.. for:a' weeks'' lu A.-Brown. .,' him settle one of the largest planed.11'by"''MI'!Alle4!. Julius. J {
vtstt,-With1! her" lU band. who Is "
I recent. death. "Hie plot has to do : debts he- had whence quit the U -Tbors.,6Pag1'.aC"Caaova: ; will
the RAF. It :4aWe You Go Tail: J3? now.in Tullahoma. hardwire tfttslnsss'sometime' *go..: Msiat tn brlagfcjjf th..Scouts back
personal'history:; of ,cour*.< 1 ay.Ai with lots,.JMOffIl2." ,.:$Lj22, Lawtey. Methodist .
ageoua Americana whoi .could At Club r and 24 of block. of Dowllng's .. ,- ; He wU soonHvave! Ala /Yiasjo/el home Sunday. r a -. ,,. I

not wait for the .(1.,8.", la. get Discussed, .. 010 Addition, to :marke.--and.* located Sell.GL-vtslehi Stand, Sunday School 10 A. M.,MornIng slate clean." he said, and : During the week each boy will

11110war' chief of the Income _Immediately :back -of the Worship 11 o'clock subject, promises- that before long bw will I makeal least, one
trated. and Is profusely. IX W. Boss, Jacksonville Mcintyre reeidmce at 831"- West 'Fank:! C.'HolUngsworth; local "Our- Pattern.* Youth Fellowship re-open the hardware -business having passed tests!

s" } r tax 'division Jot! the Internal Madison Street. a real eetat man*-hsa,sold his own 7:3O: P. M. Evening Worn which .he ,quit' in 1941. H. has badge" requlre .
wamatlc TRANSPORT FOR WAR l.a.. office'of the Cou.ctor'Df speaker) *t ,Prior to his death, Mn MoXntyre -- Victory. Barbecue stand,'. between ship i 8:30: o'clock, subject, ."Self- been in .the Venetian 1 blind>> bual-> leadership thereat ac1W'ancem8Qt.//
panorama ofi.Amer. Revenue andthe Park ,
*a'* vast Wednesday and : "fttlt" three small the-Floridv-Bank: Denial. Eighty-five adults ness here for-20.years-he.'said,
Edward transportworld, by. tne' Rotary'Club( sn-ealightening discus lievses sad ant trailer cabins: 'each Theatte.t'O'Mr.Karbl.. ,Lloyd children enjoyed 4 be anaual andpeoplecom* te. him regularly -, Short Story\

.d Railroads Hungerjorq w1ao' stng brought' of which contains. from twoto proprietor the Rita Cafsu Mrs. Church and Sunday School: picnic at his home a mile west of

on Parade which ion ofthe a w'P5r layo"J'I'come three small apartments.i! Lloyd wilt continue to .operatethe at Strickland's landing on Kings- town 'on Road 28 tar MenetUn Man gob trouble, Was sent
ae l
New a"star.attraction, of ,th* tax plan, and the to : ..1 Rits. ley Lake. Swimming and eating blinds and to patronize bin Octagon to' Raiford to'serve-two' years ln I(

YorllWorl4'l ,Fajr, ,This tag la*.' He was 'accompanied .. HoUlngsworth owned the w.re the order othe.dayw .Premium Stare.Woodlawn State Prison. Was disgraced.Didn't ?'
a 'ast-paoed. by R. T. Eddlngton. 'To Join Navy
rative exciting nar the meeting< barbecue iitand a' year having want home people to know.: 1

of wartime .traasporta- deputy collector. .. .. from L. P.B1'T1' father relative :who
tlon RllUParkeJoin purchased It 1aet .July Small Apartment Rgviva1'The Aged only
In America.. that, the neweyitem Another ,t1Z. "
slated' .. ,
Mr. Bow, : 17, ion of and L. B.'Alexandor.Gets : knew where he was. Informed;
WHAT MEANS complicate..probably will Navy! Bill Parker
AMERICA ,although .- of Starke..la Lacy' Conway \iwho built e revival at the Woodawn ..vel''bQct7'IOn was la Central
.nL Mil *18 P art 'S., with public approval Mrs. Olad, Parker '
{ mat intothe Navy,.at : Good New small housetrek of the Union Baptist Church,' which has beee America.' aS
speeches ,be Inducted 'J'
thorouJ1- to
of on the American Ideal. when It is more I .Jacksonville 8:19 A. M. this Bus Bus Station several. months well, attended will cloae.Sunda7 Father went to( 'see son. Got,
LADY'frHdo."fol'm .ala.- ," 'I ry understood because the ofthe fact all morning: Bill was. born la Starke Lt. :Margaret Ellis second In aro'in' order to house three',or night. with an old-fashioned basket ,, to prison gaU. Dropped'. .dead...
WAIUNO Is aadiary that at the end -of year of his male employe, has dinner at the Church. "Every '.
intimate :and attended BRa- for the first command of the WACS at, Camp four r.
be paid .
,of a labor !oflove. !Income taxes-will already two ,terms of his' sch o o 11 n g. Blandlng. has Just learned that converted It Into C small apart one come and hear this great man Recent' Births

: her written, .by. Rory, GaKta i 1.rt tulL :Then the family moved to Lake her brother, Lt.-Col. Ellis,. Commanding ment. Carl Ritch Installed bath- of God:r the pastor the Rev. O. t

These her Carious manner. I At the end of his talk Mr. Butler, moving to Starke about officer led the paratroops room futures, and the .residencenow .J. Raulerson urged., His subject Mr. and "Mrs Wm. R, Conner,

hooW are gome of the new' 'Boss answered a number of quse-men months al'OBUI has recently who Invaded Slcll,.. He consists of two ,rooms and a at'' 11 o'clock Sunday morning Starke. July IT; girt. .

received at the Library I tloos from business who are '18 employed at the Park Is from California and Is In his bath. It will be ready for 'occupancy will be, "The Devil Gone FishIng. Lt. and Mrs. John McDonald

1I/eek. i currently struggling with the new .Theatre.Men 'e i twenties. sometime this week. ."' Lawtey- July--21. -, girl.-. I

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this week Miss Myrtle Johns of Jackson few weeks
farm lands were owned and operated by Hams returned to her home In short from her vacation duties at at home the telephone vllle was visiting her parents. aunt Mr. and with Dye Ills, code
The Bradford County Telegraph and corporations. In recent Bradenton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jonhs last ter In South 1oIo em
large owners Buddy Davis writes that he will exe ange. weekend.Mr. Carolina,
Established 1871M.BAVBBFL he related, more than one million Miss., goon Clyde Groves ?
years, leave Kessler Field and Mrs 3, E. Thornton of days epee
farmers received "rehabilitation loans" from for a special four-months courseof I {WOODLAWN Jacksonville was visiting Wiley Thornton with Ji, sad ilte.

FY the government. Then came an increase in training at Carolina State University By Alice Graven Groves Sunday Miss of .Jacksonville: '
; ASSOOAnON In N. C. Buddy Elizabeth
Raleigh Crews, who is employed Mr. .and Mrs. Anclle Thompson Crlilheb
lands and farmers beganto Lenzy
worth of
NAnQwED the net of
1TQR1ALAssoUTx eCo was one of'the bright lights at the St. Johns Shipyard !in : were visiting their parents Mr. visiting MiSse
pay' loans on their properties until in his class at B. H. S. in '42, and his near Alice Groves Lucillt
.up Jacksonville: was visiting parents and 'Mrs. Buddy Starling last
... "_t'h.! .'''" Editor;: and <>"....r at Keesler Field he ranked as an weep
the the ratio of prepaymentshas Mrs Graham Crews Sunday. Miss
present year this Mr. and Lawtey I II Geraldine I
classman and won
: Nol'1Dall
upper Val
SUBSCRIPTION KATK reached the amazing: rate of 93.5 per- grade speedily. recently. I Miss Bernice Denmark and visiting friends ia

V..arlv. $I.7Af H>. Month. _'.Of) cent. "As of May 5 the Farm Security Ad- I Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanleft Mr. and Mrs. Ossle the Weglons week-end of I'from larla Denmark a visit with have their just aunt returned Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. L C Lawtl nllta
had back its borrowings Sunday to visit in Tennessee Jacksonville spent visiting Mr
ministration paid Rivers of Jacksonville. and
Wlliklnson. : Billy M'I'S.
Bennett 8t
and Mrs.
.with, Mi' "
and Entered m* SN- and Virginia 1.
Published Friday
Weekly on Richard Carter Is .ependlng a ling of
Reconstruction Finance Corporation : Lawtey
from Sunday
fKl ClaM M Ur at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. Miss Mary Jo Caldwell had s -
. .,.. until all but $67,782,000 of a total of '
.J? G. Grace
overseas" .
--- -- --
has been liquidated. lie also "Alanpou-er at bore is essential to support fghting-power, president, Bethlehem Steels
$329,640,000 .
From The Cradle-To-T he-Grave .' .
told the Congress that the Tenant PurcRase \..,,,: ."", "
Sir William Henry Beveridge has madea borrowers are. repaying their loans at the '. ,;. \;:, .

deep impression Washington and in rate of 99 percent. On the face of that report era R, ttA

I many parts of the United States where given by the Chief "of the Departmentof

ty f"} people have listened to his analysis of the Agriculture the farmers seem to be doing ; ,

c$ British plan for social insurance and allied pretty well.Service L t. rlM

} services to be provided by compulsory con- >

' tributions paid in by all persons, and, not On The Home Front

l by charity. Sir William is a professor at
1 is running a series
The Telegraph now
Oxford and he has been an outstanding

advocate of a number of popular movementsin \ of advertisements for the Standard Oil,.Com r : II

Great Britain. pany, which we commend to the special at- t .
t ,
le At an off-the-record meeting at the tention of our readers. ,

} National Press Club this week Sir William They are unique in that they make no Front

i4 told members of the club and their invited mention of Standard Oil products, but are ori1

guests about the popular response with designed rather to let the public know what L n th e

; which- his plan has been received in Britain, Standard Oil agents, dealers, 'tank-wagon over w

the United States and Canada. He is no drivers, and other employees are doing on Man g 'r :

wild-eyed dreamer or reformer resembling ;
the home front in the present war emerg
some of our American theorists. lIe talked
ency. .
straight. from the shoulder to our newssmen !:!
The Standard Oil Company has been
and made it plain that the British plah"doe's
the of Bradford County for
serving people
not diminish individual industry, thrift, ''""
They began this service backin t
many years.
initiative, or sense responsibility.. Any- coal-oil and axle Tbouiandj of men arriving for work in a Bethlehem ihipyird. Down this yard's busy ahipways slide many of the nstlon'i cruisers,desuoyen ini
how, Sir' William has started a lot of dis- flee days when grease aircraft carriers. Bethlehem repeatedly has made record.for delivering vessels well ahead of schedule.
their principal products, when roads
cussion and stimulated a lot of construc- were This is the story of manpower in Bethlehem steel Employment i in Bethlehem's shipbuilding and shipyards n
rural South
bad and when serving
tive thinking which may materialize into were mills and shipyards,of men and women who have sTTTHBCI OF BCnUHCK EMPLOYEES alone has grown from 15,000 in 1939, to nearly I IC ifc
of was difficult In those days-we didn't have come by the thousands from all walks of life to 'The enlistment in out manpower army connnua M
something worth while in the days
Poland invaded i939
electricity, and the people depended upon do a job in backing up our fighting forces with a September 100,000 week to week and from month to month. The mull

post-war planning. Standard Oil for the kerosene to light their continuous'flood of materials. These men and Fall of France summer 1940.......130,000 Bethlehem employees will exceed 300,000 bj the end J
women are vital to the battle of production. December ... the year. To reach this.total force, and provides i
lamps. And good weather or bad, they ,always Manpower at Bethlehem Steel has been multi. Pearl Harbor 1941 .190,000 placements of those, going ,into the armed remit r
Farmers Seem To Be Doing Well ........ .............
managed to get this kerosene to us. plied three'times in three and a half years. Here Tunisia, May 1943 .. ..390,000 others many thousands more men and women i

A splendid philosophy'was explained by When the automobile came along they are the '!figures '' ". be: hired.

Secretary Wickard of the Department of made gasoline and motor-oil available. from .;,t 'Facts About Bethlehem Workers C FROM ALL OCCUPATIONS

Agriculture when he appeared before a one end of Flprida to' the other. They'venever Manpower is the heart of Bethlehem's current production of a ship a day. Manpower makes Bethlehem workers from '
come virtually every will
possible the meeting of its large commitments for ordnance and other war-steel products.
Committee 'of Congress' investigating the forgotten their country friends who of life to serve in these war-work armies. Herein 60
: Alt other problems such as m-Nrrals.and supplies are secondary the essential dependenceis 'Instances of former occupations of men and series
Farm Administration. "It is
Security my wher-
were their first customers. Today, on manpower' who are now producing ships and combat nulauU
conviction that .this government must do ever we drive, we're never far from a Stan- Thousands of men from non-essenual trades are joining Bethlehem war-work armies. Actor Domestic Miniitei
everything practical to see that eve' l'worthy' More than 13,000 women are employed at Bethlehem plants and shipyards, and the number I Antique Oealei Druggist Motion Pirtiut "'
dard station.
is constantly increasing f Architect: PrY Cleaner OperitotOitnipath
has Artist Electrician i
and industrious farm family
an The Standard Oil Company of Ken- Veteran employees are zealously teaching the newcomers so that they can quickly handle Automobile? Elevator Operator PlumberSacs
opportunity to operate, manage and eventu their appointed tasks. Oliver FarmerFireman Printer
tucky is a good example of a Southern New employees while learn classes and BidetBanket Radio Comnufluhl:
earn they in special training in on-the-job training. FloristFootball RealEitmDnlaReporter
Seeretary. business prganization the South, for Sympathetic study of each person's abilities puts "square pegs in square holes. Barber Bartemfet Garage Mechanic Ceach Salesman
Wages are the highest.in the history of shipbuilding and steel and in the top group of Beautician Gar:; Station School Teachtt
were 'endlesa'tracts of cheap and worthless the South, and by the South serving the .all industries.\ l Bond Salesman OperatorI ,Sign Minuftctum'
Bus Boy Hoiucpamter Silk, Mill, Wake"
lands, and plenty of land for homesteaders. people of the South with necessary; products Promotion Is rapid as opportunity to advance comes far more swiftly than under normal Bus Dnvet. I'Housewife Soda FountainClerk
Chef Insurance
He reminded Congress that at one time -of dependability. conditions. Coal Mint Interior Decorator Store Clerk
Bethlehem employees arc friendly, high-grade people. The great majority have education College Janito Surveyor
in the high school grades and thousands are graduates 'of colleges crafts and professions. Conductor Professor lawyer landscape Architect: Trainman TypenltrRepiinDaa
FLA. STATE FARM I More than 50,000 Bethlehem: employees are now serving in the armed forces; a fact which Contractor linoleum layee

fly E. R. pouvler 0 gives added seriousness of purpose to those working to produce the supplies. .Dentist Die Maker Mail acme earner Editor Wilier Watih Miter '.
To work in Bethlehem shipyards and plants is to be in the front line of industry, dome a
t SHOWER FOR '51RSv NORTH Oa411e9Author real job to help win the
'10 .., .
9 Mrs. W. N. North was the "'11 "" LCCiWif ,u
J .... \
honoree at a pretty party on ""'. "I ES
Wednesday of last week.- given by.; ---r: ." HENi ".''.'''.VfOI I ""coun, .;to<'

Mr,. X.. F. Chapman, Mrs 'M.: K. o/ "Hew to Win Friends rand ', vital ,"nlion: MaaeS >> ,$! .
Orlner and Mr.. ,J. A. Bouvler, : ..t d. nail 1\oth\ohornPo" .
at the home, of Mrs. Chupman. Influftlce People." 1 :\ : Ohn ;bid.1tCbp::,:..go ieclo... *

rink roses and pastel ehaCea of "olu'W..b... I'c tits Cabl.
Seottle.and SaO
zinnias, were tastefully arranged
I In the living and dining room.. I ltlmaeds.. 6m'
In a-acrambteci letter \vord con Framlututrwortir.la ,J from drills on Fromautoulnman' From plumber From onto dirk, From dilmry mm, -
teat Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde,won 'a Jtwtlry.to tomitirlili to to to STEE
wchlni apltator. burner. Inipttlor. miler npilrnun.,ship drafUwoman. fumed loader ,
pink JarJlnere and In a bird content NO RULE FOR THE' AMOUNT OF
Mrs. C. M. Turney and Mrs
J. O. .Caldwell tied Upon "draw .*
ing- straw,. Mrs. Caldwell was the I have a letter from .young man in Indianapolis say-

<'? v lucky winner of,a blue jardlnere ing that he .feels he is handicapped because.he is able to Have''a Coca-Cola = Howdy Neighbor 'round the world
After the game.;. two pretty little 'sleep only four or five hours a 1ght- He fears this will low- ,'

girls, Frances CaldweU and Mary eixhls vitality and slow him. down in the race.for financial
,; Rivers Stubblna, dressed alike In "rewards. e

white sWiss, pinaforea one, with Professor Kleitman of the of and I
l! pink and the other with blue balrribbons University Chicago II ( I I I I (
,trundled In a lovely pink one of ,our recognized authorities on ,sleep says that the ) llllfft
sfT 3111ITAT(
amount of 'sleep is not so important as the quality of the )
and ,blue cradle filled to overflowing (taw Li @
ra with lovely gifts and sleep. In other words, it's better to sleep four hours deep iqu II

presented It to Mrs. North. and peacefully, than eight lightly. -
t Grape sherbet and cup cakes, Two things are necessary to keep in mind. One is that 1 h : ,

prettily Jlced In white; blue and sleep is much a matter of habit.' Second, it depends on the say'tl uiQi1iI1 e

'il'> pink, and white. mints In dainty person. It cooks right down. to this: some people need more' _' tl w; II
r pink and blue paper sunbonnets; .sleep than others. I stmt IlktRC I.

1., as favors were, ,served to the- <. a,Toscanlnni, considered by many to be the most brilliant
guests by.Misses 'Ceclle McRae living conductor of orchestras has slept on short rationsall

> and June 'Caldwell. his life. He considers five hours of sleep a good night's e > //JP
'' Nearly' thirtyguests enjoyedtblrf1 repose. He gets up'at six o'clock in the morning; twenty

't, .delightful! party. minutes later, he Is'at his piano. He has been doing this h I

nEB CROSS "PROJECT ,for years; in fact he is 73 ;years old, and his vitality is p l I

Work has been started on a source' of astonishment to his friends. JIM
new conslgnmrnt 'for' -the Red Charles Edison, acting secretary of the navy, Who'is a -. I tyteli'l",

Cross eonal Ung: .of, elder down probable.candidate for governor of New Jersey, is another / '

'bed jackets. hard-working'man. who gets along on astonishingly little tE III

<' NKW">wMllUVAI .sleep. Five 'h urs'is a' good nJght's rest for him. But his s : /
: father 'WAS famolas'for' thpf his father was Thomas A. cep
cpt: ,and' :Mrs.Curtis'; 'ilalone \ ; i
are rsjolclng' over .the arrival of "Edison'l1ienvel\t; r. .
.'r_ It son; born Wednesday, July 14, a .T.Ua: secret..of. Thomas A. Edison's ability to get along
",.: rat tJia Jpjinson) Sanitarium .,)nTallahassee. ; wit|1 S 0 ittleshep, was that he rested cat-napped in T tiG
., He w'. named for ',the daytime):*. Sometimes for only a minute or two; but it ,G i p
r his father, who: on the day of his was enough.fa relieve the strain /',
a"" ., arrival..attained the rank of cor- Our ambassador France, William C..Bullitt, 'bears a i
i*, ( poral.!. At pre.entcpJ., Malone is ,tremendous. responsibility. But he is able to do it on only' JJ".
serving as instructor at tb.'Naval. four hours of sleep at night. He gets up at half-past four; Ls / It's natural for popular names toa

;1.. H y\ir: .Base' net r 'Jacksonville.. ,breakfasts' five; an ,hour' later he is plowing into hisday's .I : O d I I 1 I acquire friendly abbreviations, hat,

,l 1 'Dr. and Mrs J. M. Hombree work. And he is not only doing it now, while thereis n 15 : caned '
> Dr and Mrs. 'K., P. Stobblns and a war, but he has been doing it all his life. Yet he is why you hear cneeela

"O, r:. Partney took a few days rarely sick; and rarely complains of being tired. ., or how to make friends at home
off tor a short' vacation, leaving young-man-who-wrote-me-the-letter, don't worry if or abroad
Friday for Clearwater and returning .'- you sleep only a few hours a night. F
Monday,; Mru. J. H. Moncrlef and daughters take and. don't ? up Coca-Cola, It's like /
t ,a-night sleeper, ;your quota worry meec-
.}. Doris and Jimmle are vaca lag an old paL On a .0,*.", says he to a stranger and in he' 1
:' Honing their old.home at Bell- words 0
.. wood,' to report, I* Steadily Improving been visiting Mr. and Mrs., P. D.: has made a new buddy. From Minneapolis to Melbourne, Coca-Cola t d ( !r 5

Mrs. C. L. Houser of Flat Rock .wince the second operation sheundtywenGearlyfa.t'week I I Fancher for the past month has for that has become stands'
tbtfrauit rv/rm *- the mark
Ala., apent several'days,!last week and ex-' returned to her horn in Baltl-/ good neighbor, the

with, her brother-li -law',,aod ,si.- lects thLt' week.to return home the Jut of more.' Md. high-sign! .of the fxieadly-minded-has spread from Atlanta to the Seven '
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and Seas 1'
ter, Mr! and Mrs. I.. X.tWiggins.,: } Moncrlef
Mr. and MrS. J. M. :
baby of Jacksonville were guests
Mr and Mrs. :
accompantd -
.Wtggins and Miss Lorene Mcwicrlef have OTTIIO UNDfl AUTHOIITT OP THI global
'f' her to Jacksonville Sunday and of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley COCA.COIA CO. 'ANY IV the

spent two days with the former's ,returned from a visit to' Chatta- : Friday. STARKE 'COCA-COLA BOTTLING

mother: MrfV. ; >la Maxwell. oochee.Mri. Mrs. Slnl Pindar., who has been COMPANY iigh.sigow
Mr. p. ,D;:Fancbvr. ,.wa are'(lad James Chrlstyr! who has :visiting bee sister, Mrs. J. C. Wll- C C
Tar C
.. 1103
I ,o.
..it.,' v '.. -, ..

.. #

.rlV 83. 1&15 "RADFORD CX>ITNTY TRLPOIHPH. T..UtK.F. ....on..)" PAGK THKER
with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John- the Vining: acreage lay betweenthe
v.u BT.RAtNCIt' son of Graham. Chastain Buys l Vining Sells Green property and some land
:\rI. baby girl, born'Au&ust 17. OUR SERVICE MEN
ti Grover Rhodes Miss Dorothy Norman of Starke n.....t4. totlradfortl .... of Int..... roaeenlaR Hampton Apartment Pasture LandIn that Mr.: Wiggins already owned,

1\IrS.\ Richard, 'of Lake pent the week-end with her par .....to..t7.... and boy'...I..now.... are i Nerving. ."IC.tarsqltam. t.Iroser.ta T C. Chastain recently purchased a deed made March 26 and and he wanted to consolidate his
d eon Tuesday of last ents Mi. and Mrs. T. N Norman by b......... I. .... ... lettrraram the entire' Interest in an recorded on the books In the of- holdings. The following provision
the bor. .. from ., arrtlr. G of the Circuit
spent I turn err .!..> r...|...r...<>a lo .0".rll. <.. .*. apartment house In Hampton1the -.... fice of the Clerk la contained In the deed: "The
III :Mr, Mr.wand, tMre. rlrKritph. reporting ewnta and .rttvlflvy Silver L a n consisting of Court on July 7, Mr. and Mis.L above is made subject to a certain
nd |8ter of Inlrrvnt. 1). Vining of Starke conveyedto
PINE LEVEL lour furnished apartments. While pine timber lease. to Con-
urinai the Initial price was only 1800. M, F Wiggins of New River I tainer Corporation o f America
Maria I I 120 acres of pasture on I "
week-end withat additional expenses ran the cost that expires June 1, 1949.
,enl (the stale' Farm: The'revival meeting at Pine I Pt'c. and Mrs. Charles,! Hershel up to more than $2,100, he mid RIvev: -
" the in.an Level Is being well attended and ak..' a Layfleld and son, Darrell. have About two years ago Mr. Chas- Mr. Wiggins! recently purchased Office Supplies of all kind 'fur '

Clemon! who received accident- much interest Is shown Everyone been visiting fiends and relatives tats and M. L. Watterson purchased some acreage: from .Congres mnl\ sale at '1'he'I1ru.UonJ County + r

automobile U urged to attend these meet at Brooker. Pfc. Layfleld the house on a tlo. o basis,, Lex: : Green Mr. Vlnlngstated, and Telegraph. _
rapidly<'< and three months Mr. Chas- -- -
18 -
Mrs. J. D. Carter ings. la an aircraft mechanic and Is ago I II Ir Iy
tain bought out Mr. Watterson'shalfInterest.
week-end with Henry :Mr.! and Mra. Bernard Ellla and stationed at Moody Field near 1------
was purchasedfrom
e children of Fiontproof and Mr. Valdosta.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J.
and Mrs. M. J, McRae of Stukawet'e
and children ofivllle and June 28 the deed
p. Hall Gould on
1 I visiting friends and relatives -
spent the week-end was made and c. July 2 1. was
"7! aal1's, sister, Mrs. T. N : and here'Thursday of last week Pic. Raymond T. Payne, 19- recorded giving Mr. and Mrs.
were dinner guests of Mr.
I of Mr: and Mrs
year-old son Chastain full interest in the Silver
.. Stern was a ,visitor to i and Mrs. Walter Underhill: ,, R. L. Payne of Starke, la receiving Lane house.Taxpayers.

dlle Monday. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of training at Fort Jackson, .

rid Mrs. H. C. Edwards Green Cove Springs and Rev. S. C., where he Is, a member of Given

fi, of Jacksonville spent George Hodges of Jacksonville Co. I, 423rd Infantry of the
spent Monday night with Mr. and To
iiUnd here with relatives.Ld 106th (Lion) Division. Pfc. Payne ComplainBradford '
Mrs. H. M McRae.
) Mrs. A. D. Norman born in Bonifay, later movedto
of last week The party given at the homeof was County taxpayers will
Vednesday Miss Odessa McRae last Fri- Gulf Hammock, where he lived have their traditional "day In

day evening in honor of Cpl. Eu- for 11 years and then came, with court" Monday, August 2, when
gene Goodge who Is at home on his family, to Starke where he the Board of County Commissioners
I lurlough, was enjoyed by all. was Inducted Into the Army. He will meet in the courthouse
Those present with the. honor states that his ambition is to for the purpose of hearing

\C\D\ INDJGESTIOKlBISMAREX guest were: Rev \V. E. Hall work himself up In his military' complaints from owners or agentsof .
MIsros MamJe Stephens;. Lucille career real estate or personal property I
Pfc. Theodore J. Goodge, son
Crosby Letha Starling, Agnes In connection with the valuesas
Thomas, Haven Crosby, Doris of Mrs. A. L. Goodge of Starke, STUDYING IN CHICAGO fixed by the county tax

Goodge, Buddy Lewis Bobby writes from England that he Is Pfc. Hugh B. Ingram has com- assessor and accepted by the

/ Lewis, Buddy Crawford Nlel getting along fine, 11 I k e a the pleted his basic training at Camp board 9

Crosby, Jimmie Loew, Raymond country, and wishes to say helloto Swift, Texas, and Is now in Chicago Although this annual meeting HAVE YOU -
Brown, James Alvarez, Vernon he selectedby Is always well advertised in advance !
his frl :u. and give them his where was I
Horace M. J.
50c".CD.oter's Crosby Dyal, ( com tlve examination)' for in recent years few, If any,
Thomas, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Mc new address: Pfc. Theodore J. *
'Rae, Mr.and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Goodge >>1663th Ord. Sup. & the Army Special ,Training Pro- taxpayers have appeared to regis
'Store Miss Odessa McRae and.Raymond Malnt. Co.AVN), APO 633 New gram. After leaving Camp Swift, ter complaints. This Indicates A SON OR DAUGHTER
Drug Lowe.; York, N. Y. He hopes that they he spent several weeks at TexasA they feel they are getting a I ,
will write to him. He has beenIn &! M College where teats were square deal from "the.powers that

the Army a year and a hall given and assignments made to be." There's nothing' you sUp through your 'fingers.
/ all. e the r
and In England since last Octo. different over '
do them So start saving or Increase
ber. Before ,his induction he waa United States Jones' Heirs wouldn't to give .
employed at the local A & P Food Hugh writes that his new homein the unequaled advantages your savings. Invest every

Store. Chicago Is "right across the Sell Property life in a Jret America procent you can in U. S.Var_
'Ill street from Komlsky Park homeof '
Bonds' !
GETS' TECHNICAL TRAINING the Chicago White Sox. Chi Relatives of the' late Wm. H. vides 'Yet. will you Savings

Pfc. William B. March, son ol cago is a big town and everything Jones, who was recently drownedin be able to give them these, War Bonds are the best \

Mra. Myrtle McGaha of Stark is free!" he' continued. We % lake near Keystone Heights, advantages when the time all-around investment the I
has been assigned to the Army I can ride the buses or elevated have sold 20 acres two miles ?
for nothing, and can southeast of Hampton on the world has ever seen. They
Air Force T e c h n teal. Training street cars
School at Slox Fall S. D., foi see the best show in town for the Keystone road which belonged to You will-If you start can't go ,down in price.

instruction in radio operator-me price of the.tax. Big league baseball him. Mary Lonnie Maynard saving for it sow 'You Ten years from now you

chanics. Anderson formerly lived games are half price. You widow, J. P. Jones, single and won't-if let the get'back $4 for every $3 ,
in Jacksonville. where he was em can tell everybody' that I like Claudia.Dupuls and husband Carlyle you .
ployed at the Gibbs Gas .Engine Chicago!" Dupuls of Alachua County, money you're making now you invest now -
Co. His new address Is: Pfc. Hugh and Mrs. W. .B. Alexander and '
B. Ingram-34 434:19.: 3666 S. U., husband, W. T3. Alexander, of

PKEVATT IN HOSPITAL A. S. TV P., 108th Engineers Armory Starke, parties of the first part, BEST"
Pic. J. C.' Prevatt, Jr., writes: 3401 S. Wentworth Ave, sold the property to Mr. and Mrs. YQUYE DONE YOUR BITjr NOW DO YOUR

i "This is to advise you that 1 I Chicago.. 111. Wesley L. Andrews. mtoveitjjfru, nmou SMHIU HIM >-
Proceeds from the sale were iwKDJf joww t
affectJAX have changed my address againI
% realize this makes extra,trouble PLENTY OF SERVICE turned over to Mr. Jones' mother,

for you, but I'll assure you thai re Mrs. Lonnie Maynard. .TIll Jvrtiitmtt It*t9HMlMo tf"", wk.',,*ll- MI wr tffwrt t-j
It is worth all the trouble. ]I rrw f aE141i

BEER, too. can't express In words Just how Office suppl7eii all kinds for \,1 And'ews'MotOr; Co. f I f'
much I enjoy receiving the Tele sale at The Bradford County'

r graph. At the present time I an Telegraph.
in the hospital, but hope to be s s
In few weeks,. His present $ ., .
Vhile when ask out a y '
in you I
Every once a

for JAX Beer, your dealer may tell you Jr.address, Station is; Pfc.Hospital J. ,C.Ward Prevatt 16., (I' 'if M .,0. ft .:w,) :.R.. '.. ,P ,0 H'' P $. I

Fla. A "
MacDill Field, Tampa '
that he's out of JAX for the.moment. few interesting letters from his

This is because of three: things : friends would probably help a lotto
< those long hours i In
pass away 1 eW } ....,' : Ma

1 Government Priority orders' for JAX the hospital. ,-14 I

that must be filled promptly. GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL ,
HerbertJ. Hornsby Technician I..
4th Grade; has been awarded the 01
2. Wartime limitation on the quantity of Good Conduct Medal at the Field .' ,

materials available.', Artillery R e placement Training : ", :
raw Center, Fort Bragg. N. C., on the ..'

3. The immense and growing popularityof basis efficiency of his "exemplary'and fidelity.behavior" The, '. I'I 1

award is now available to met d I .
JAX the Drink of Friendship.Thus 1,
served for one I'
who have r i ,,,0 ),
though before December .:
ous year, A. Covlngton now serving as a >' .
occasionatshortages. of JAX, 7, 1941, It was given only aftei Carpenter's Mate 2nd class with "I'" ',J '" '
service Hornsbj;
three years of t
the Seabees, Is a member of-a ;
be avoided.
cannot 3r<
Is a member,of the 9th Bn.. family that might well be proudof I.

Nevertheless 'dealer will.have Regiment, of the Field Artillery its war record. .
your Center at '
Replacement Training Mr. and Mrs. W. ,E. (Covington
JAX most off the.. time. Don! ever. Fort Bragg, which Is the largest of Law ley lost one son, Bob Covlngton. ;

assume that he's out until he tells youso. of. Its kind in-the world. In the PacU'Ic a year ago. CIlfl'iEIJAA WHILE
He was with the Merchant Marine .
And If he is out of JAX today; he'spretty VISITING Chas. K.IN Armstrong Aviation] and was lost between Ice r, '

certain to have it tomorrow.So Machinist's Mate 2nd class in the land and Russia while1 carrying ,

U.S. Navy, was In Starke over,|supplies to Russia. .
keep ,on asking for ,golden, the week-end visiting In the home At Covlngton was employed at "
is of his ,,Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Camp Blanding before signingup
mellow : And remember, JAX ? r
JAX Armstrong, employes at Camp as a carpenter withthe Seabees I'

always tops in quality ... .yO\.fsimply Blanding. Mr. Armstrong was originally last January and Is now "boarded ,, ;1! '
from North Carolina, but serving somewhere In the Pacific. FEW Standard Oil'Service.Stations are up.
can't buy better beer at any price. moved to Starke s His address Is A. Covlngton C.M.
have to war. fJ
his parents vacant.the boy
W. 2C.<<: B. M. U. SOS, care of Fleet Pumps are empty,drives gone .

year travel ago.leave from the PensacolaHe Postofflce, San Francisco, Calif. Wherever such a scene of inaction may'have replaced ,. 01,1

has been In the Navy for One son-in-law, Addle Morris ..:t t ,
two and a half years, and is on is a Chief Warrant Officer, and the busy corner of a short time ago, accept it as evidence .,
TO OUR DEALERSWe at San has been In the Navy for 20 '" j .
Air Station to the one their .uniforms
have changed
Diego, Calif." He has to report years. He la with Ua, Pacific that many men of this Company
never forget for a moment: Fleet and was at Pearl Harbor a .
that you are our oldest friends July when the Japs made' pelt sneak for a while. '' "

,and we want nothing to interfere attack. Not far away you will find another. Standard Oil ,
A third son-in-law. Gus Lee-
'with cur friendship. 1 IRctt AR7DAYS renveld has been In the for trustworthy-worth going an extra
assured that we, are making Navy Station-open, busy,.
effort to maintain your S. 23 year., running away from all Stations in locality can
every home when a boy to join. HIs distance to find. If not your
C. ,normal supplies at all times.OnJ ..... 666 a chief mats with the Merchant please understand :l' A
r those occasions when we can't, Marine and Is stationed at Trin- overcome the "manpowerquestion, {

that we know certain-that government you.understand pri- T Liquid tot Malarisi Symptoms.Dr. idad. w that we strive to keep standards high:-too high to permit ;"
orityordersmustbefslledfirst.lasts ., COMPLETES RADIO COURSE indifferent operation.Soon ,i
,a W. D. (Billie) Parker, son of hope conditions will favorand; make possible :;
Bill Parker, who has beer In the
Navy for six months, Just com- old-timeoperation., Until then let the Station that is I

pleted a special course at the \ '
BUY for while" be a signal to you that Standard Oilmen ,
WAR BONDS Alabama Polytechnic Institute at "closed a ,r.:
Auburn on July 10, and ie now .
in the thick'of the fight.
a 3rd class petty officer. He
Max Shane completed the course in radio and I
Is.a radioman 3rd class. He is IIIlr CARE FOR YOUR CAR
soon to leave Auburn, but does
Optometrist not yet know where he will go. FOR YOUR COUNTRY,

t If your .y.t bother you let GETS FIRST-STRIPE of Mr. Q j
Leonard F. Smith son
and fit
them you
1 me exsmiii and Mrs. L. F. Smith who has
If need tlte....
wl : with sissies you been In the Army only two!
'A.' 30 years experlence.Holidaya month. Is.proud' of the fact that M r"" I
pap I IW.rye. I and Sunday by appointment.TLgpHONE he has already been made a private ,
BEER : : .487.. first class. He Is with the
Field Artillery at Camp Shelby I W1
.4. 401 Timsle Theatre Builiinj Mis*., and says they're shooting

>::" :".9 .... .. J 1t Corner Ma/n and Monroe Stree the: big guns. He is well pleased .
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Edward Bums $5; down the streets; some aimlessly, tooth pulled.." You '
good business here." But he said Pat Lambe S3; can bet
SOCIETY and 'CL.UBS he was leaving "because of a U. O. Powell $10; C. H. Nas- some with very Important business were meat many sighs ot dlll8

shortage of efficient help, and because worthy $10; Mrs J. E. Wilson to attend. Ours Is a very PPoIaI

________. L. _"'" -- merchandise Is so difficultto $5 f H. E., Johns $1; J. t. Peek quiet little city. Nothing excitingever -(Mrs, Jean HOhm..
obtain." $:5: the Darbys $10: T. Frank 413 E, SOUth si:"'"
here. On this dayIt
Dell-Moredock Mrs. McLendon WCS Circles Met Mr. Edenfleld bought the lot Landrum $1; A. W. Anderson $1; seemed happens unusually quiet, every Starke Florida),,

1 Monday, Afternoon from the Masonic Lodge the latter C. D. Edwards $1; Mrs. L. A. sudden
Hostess Friday A., M. Brothers one sleepy, when all a Hear Mae
Of interest here is the engagement '" part of March, 1941. for which he Rennolds $10; Brownlee scream. Everyone NlloIIon ws
there was a lusty pleased
of Ml".s Olive Dell, daughter lie Woman's Society of Christian paid $3,000. The building, begun $15: ; T. J. Griffin $10; Sam Rosen seeming to that her birthday S\II
of Or listened, none should be \ ]
McLendon P. h
Mrs. H. B. :Mrs. D, BO
Service met Monday' afternoon Contractor berg and Son $10; pleasantly
and Mrs. Samuel the last of April by from. Then
of Mr. know where it came bered I't
lando, house guest of her parents, at the Methodist church.and R. H. Mathe, was to cost in Carpenter $10; Bradford Hard This although sheg been
Tucker Dell of Gainesville, to : came another weaker one. dent of Starke a
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, held the regular July business the neighborhood of $2,800. The ware Co.. $5; W. A. Stern $5: seemed to be coming from for suck a
Capt Howe Edward Moredock of Powell $1 Bill Mundy $5f: : time It paratlvely short
was hostess at a delightful Coca- and program meeting. Edenfleld Jewelry-,was formally John ; the street from the Tic while
A. across appreciated
Miami. The marriage will take 'at 'Mm. W. G. Halle, president, opened to the public May 31, Mrs. W, B. Mundy $5: ; U ''the street everything
morning this time
Cola party Friday J. N. Payne $2; J. R.Walnwright Toe Tap. By peclally: the delicious t.-
place August 14 in the First 10:30: o'clock at the, Matthews' opened the meeting with prayef" 1941. Davis $10; F. C. Holllngs- was' crowded with people and all ner by Arthur Chicken

Methodist Church.of Gainesville home on Walnut St. Artistic",arrangements Mr. J. I*. Thorn transacted her $2;Gottlieb '$2.80; K.: of them trying to talk at once. m"nt. What and Ce
Sam ?
and :Miss worth $5; two
niece of Mr. and of zinnias, roses and duties as secretary, Support 'Urged Edna B. -It sounded like someone was eat young Prone
Miss Dell Is a Olive :Ray read the financial report A. Winkler $10; Mrs. business men

Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mr and Mrs. asters were the placed spacious to advantagethroughout rooms of for the past month For Cemetery FundThe Thomas $5: ; H.Brown C. Brown$3.: $5; and beating.,lady.a woman""Why,says the one brute frightened !"- very night expensive last week?"little gallle"hit

Jos. E, Wilson, Mr._ and Mrs. J. the lower floor Miss Amy Coburn. secretary Interest of Police Officer Mrs. Marcus says;another. Then all of a sudden had Just drawn their Seellli t
Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs ot supplies! moved that :the Society weak voice fir, bIAi
pg M. "we
Little Miss Jeannette McLendon.. Ben C. Holtzendorf in keeping the LandMr. heard a say at ,one of our uurburban
''tk R. A. Weeks, all of Starke. She daughter of the hostess, presentedeach fonow'tbe regulLtions.of Crosby Lake cemetery free from Hayes Sells Stop, you're killing me.." Then spots 'when the sheriff ,,

Is a graduate of the,P. K. Tonge guest upon arrival, with a the,,,state .secretary,.of supplies' / weeds and high grass does, not and Mrs; E. W. Hayes recently the sound died away In a long joint :silts
School; In Gainesville conclusion of whereby the Society wilt send ,a drawn out moan. By this time .
Laboratory number and at' the lessen. He U pot only ..collecting sold to Mrs. Mattie Green "r Things iHsifti:
and the Florida State College for the party,.Mrs. O. L. Beasley wasfound gift of money to the statetreaeureP enough money to have'It cleanedup widow and her son, Frank Green, the crowd was wild with curi It slightly ,

Women where she was a memberof to hold the lucky numberand 'to be used for sending food now, but Is also securing'sufficient ten'acres, of woods land about two osity. ,They knew then the sounds Steve Weldon recently
and clothing ,to people In the '' Pl'eIIItfj
the Chi Omega sorority was given a linen handkerchief subscriptions to maintain miles 'north of Starke west o( were upstairs. 'The police arrived to Margie Middleton
war-torn regions.: The motion "
.Is her reward.DurinI' just In time, for there was another
Capt. Moredock a graduateof a* carried. Mrs.O. its cleanliness and beauty. Those Road 13. The consideration was -
was unanimously
the law school at the University 'who Interested In outburst of screams, one Glad to ere (
the morning the hostess, C; Powell was appointed"to are especially $100. The Greens plan to clear pL Lean R
i of Florida and was a member assisted by her mother, her daughter collect this- money In Circle"Number this project are requested to see the land, build a home, live 'on after another, along with mumbled berg back In town for a
of the Alpha fraternity making words sounding like, to us, to lu sec l
Kappa and her sister-in-law, Mrs. One and in him or Carl Johns at once the place and do some farming, pleased know that
; Jfiss Coburn
"' rv
Before active service In "Please stop. !'bls Is the station Is
entering sub
E. L. Matthews, served tempting Circle Two your donation or crlp- Mr. Hayes said. Ocala, Fla, which i III
1942 he was associated again. Then, to our lot
April nearer home
chips than
refreshments ,of potato
with a prominent Miami law sandwiches, cookies, olives and Mrs. Powell talker about, the tion.Below 'Is a list of those who CARD OF THANKS amazement about thirty' minute, Crowder, Mo. Commti CQp

r firm. Coca-Colaa.. :, Christian Fellowship League that. have aided thl$ worthy cause up :We,'wish 'to'extend oui" sincere later someone' said, "Now" get TlUman Hutto, who's inn bin
meets ateeJeii'o'clbck"ht '
About twenty guests were. invited every Sundayevening the' to this time,,,;More than $200 has thanks for "the beautiful 'floral outj'lf you: can walk. Another: promoted from Cpl. to-8m, ;
Educational already been given to clean up voice,' a weak ooe'thls time said, Incidentally, he's
: transfers
Paul Downin and for expression tnt
morning''withMrs. oftering your !
to enjoy 'discussed ans''lo
g Building, and ,l>} alone. I'll
the and most contributorshave "Just leave me go Lai Vegas Nev.
McLendon and Mrs. Mat soldiers of sympathy In our sad bereavement ; to Prov. Sqd.t..
Interest people and "
young We
promised to give so much and never return. were Army Air Base Salt
Miss Marie Downing, daughter thews. and wives.- Lake C1t,
their : v i stairs
each It Mr. breathlessly watching the Utah .
month to maintain Glad
and Family. to hear l
of Mr.: and Mrs..T. F, Downingof 'After 'disposing''''of business Mrs. T.. J. Mcintyre that vi
} HolUendorf said yesterday. Also, that led up when we lIaw"aomeone C, Rhoden has made the
Trenton and Pfc. Raymond devotional service was conducted pets
James' Paul of Camp Standing, Ladies AuxiliaryMet four persons made subscriptionson 'Are JM coming down' very slowly. from Sgt..' to Staff Sgt B1I
by' ).fn. .fc,. K. Ferryman; :WhO
weak that he
annual basis. City Clerk He was weak; so address is
an front this : Hq. Co. 1st Bn,
were married Saturday afternoon us.4.ashersubject "PijerlandPraise 222114
In the First Presbyterian Church, Tuesday: for Christian leaders. Carl John. subscribed\ $34 per mean -, could hardly walk. Behind him Inf., coo| Postmaster San Bu

with the Rev. Chas, H.. Allen, of the ,Circles' our will meet August,J ,2. year. Mayor L A. Canova ,$30, to yea ........1IchUa6i1 came a man with a.white' 'coat on; Cisco, Calif. Hope I I'm Mil
The Ladles Auxiliary S. E. Sparks $10 and. Brownlee ly' Then he was supporting the other one wasting my breath
'T..1 entertainClrcle"Onel'an4
pastor, officiating: : Mrs. ; VGrlffin"'will Jot
Church met Tuesday -
Presbyterian Brothers $45. dvwn aDd with a hand on his shoulder. folk all these'
The bride wore a becoming two- 'July 13, at 4 P.M. In the Mrs. I. 'P. SkePherdC1rcle"Two both looked out. The interesting ad-
4Je r.a,, Carl ,Johns gave $10; L., A. nwre aad i They worn dresses .' You're
piece suit of pink jersey., Her I Sunday' School room. The Vice ;. ,:: ." Canova ,910; 84..E.: Sparks $5; .,War 80.... F*ftWdM'S Set man In white 'was really wilted. take the hint and drop supposed the

accessories were tNavy.blue and ',Chairman, Miss Lllclle .K1tcheJJ,. '!r< He looked as though he.bad beenIn a line, you know if ovJ bole'
'hit wore a corsage.cf pink rose- Mrs. V. S. St. John MeetingsOf'Baptist you !,
presiding. '
biids. Her only.ljttendant'WaaMisr Interesting swimming. Upon arriving on maybe.some' day you'll be ft I
was appointed to'see about decorating the street we saw tvA! of the away from home, J
Pat'.Lambe: andl"MI';'" Paul's the Sunday School' robin:' WMU. 'r looking for
(. .. most worn out humans on this letter .that'doean't come and dialyou'll
be'st '
Pfc. Joe Gould.
man was : :be held -
The next 'tneeting'will
The Daisy Fowler Circle : they fed
jMrt. Paul is of the .
a graduate
27 at 8 P.M. at
Tuesday, July ,
; paptlst W. M. U. met'af.the home (I .don't see how he could smile, They fight 'em Let"
Trenton School in class '
High .the the home of Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. looking as worn out 'as. he did) write 'em! ..' .. < So
of 1941 and for the past six Mrs. E. M. Davis will have charge of:-.M'rt.; H. U Hough Monday 'afternoon t 'I' long 1 SIt
and said, "Don't be upset, folks I the .
months has been employed at with eight me.mtiejs;, and youolh next >
of the and Mrs. Wil
program three it was only Joe Noegel getting a '
visitors present. the devotional
Carpenter's Drug Store in Starke. fred Grono will flnlBh'gtvtnC' he- Little Mr. Homer went to the, All my life I've heard of making Carolyi
was 'led by Mrs. Massey, yr' ,
Mr ,Paul;* whoBehome, ,,, is in review of" the book, Latin Amer assisted A. .Thomas corner a flying trip to this place or ------- -
Watertown: N.'71.;has been 'stationed ica. The "Auxiriary"wlll( havevacati.n *; by''Mr.'B. To 'buy her young hubby a that, but Lt. George Manassa's WANTED
A'splenWd'talk was glved by Mrs. CARPENTERS
at Camp,Blending for the during themonth ofAugust rOAst recent trip to London leaves me
the frlend.blp'of '
past five .months. t' Massey on .."* But when she got there, the breathless Seems he flew to
H David and Jonathan. '
; market was bare dear ole Lunnon, transacted a GOOD PAY
'Th>. program was In charge. of
And so her'poor hubby ate bit of business for Uncle Sam
Mrs W. J. Epperson, assisted by *;
toast. Can Start Work At Once
Mrs.. Blanchard Law. Mrs. W. B. and flew back to Atlanta all in
the same week! That's whatI
.Alexander. and Mrs. H. L. Hough. She put In an order call going places!! Thisweek's HAVE TRANSPORTATION FOR 20 MEN:
The 'business
meeting was conducted For spareribs and suet
award for early Xmas
",by Mrs. Alexander circle But found that some others FROM STARKE TO JACKSONVILLESee
shopping t o Katie Wain-
Routine' wu' goes
THEATPc leader. business attended Had beaten her tuet.
Wright who's started
w to and the meeting closed already lay
STARKE FLA with. prayer by Mrs. Alexander. She' said she would settle ing In things for Mary Cathei ine's) J. W. Jordan At Hollingsworth's Real Estate

the social For sausage and liver; Santy Claus Not a bad idea
During homemade
Ice 'cream and cake were The butcher''Insisted at that Probably won't bea Office Saturday, or at Jordan's Hotel Court Sunday

served by the hostess and Mrs. He had none to giver. single toy left in town by the

SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYMY252627 La time 'we putter-offers get aroundto .. ..
w.r 'd .. ,
She 'for
pleaded pork chops, it Hear Daisy Fisher ,

: l :Circle Three with MVs. For meat balls, for mutton; has resigned as p r 1 n cipal at c4. : ..
Geo. W. Alderman me at'her( homeon The butcher 'said, "Lady, Brooker to accept a position as > 4' 't4Pd.4 1o i'c ,r n w._ ... ,

I just'atn't got nuttlnl"No supervisor of Union County NOTICE !
Walnut: St.:with eight members '-
Schools ,
,.:. ." of"..'i-'r.' .. present. folks j/ The above Isn't

$k"" '__ Mrs.The Ann.devotional Poyner, was leader'given; and by a original But it sums up the Guess, I'm In for a bit of hair- All Watch Repairs Left With
,.eye'\ discussion situation BO adequately, that I pulling, for Emma Hill vowedshe'd
of the Southern BAp- Edenfield Had
Jewelry : Be
fEVtORGAN'a.EXCiuni tist _Theological Seminary and just couldn't resist borrowing It sabotage my brand new per-

Setri-.Your' 1'es; NMOH Lawson.Missions, was Prayer.given was by led Mra.by H.Mrs.A. from a recent magazine. Hope author manent of if I the exposed following her as bit the of By Calling For Same At The

....".. '' H.'I.,Brownlee and collection forth the'author, won't mind and hope I I verse, written In reply to my New Owners .
Drag to give btoss afternoon was $7. you get a little chuckle out. of effort of last week entitled "Ser

cbe most a : After the business hour delicious it that will help you forget your vant It Is" But it's entirely too

'.to .usa, Gel pue- S. refreshments; pound cake troubles at the meat counter good to keep the authorship a THE STAG

V b bit keeper bnl'lsilk' and gelatin, were. served by.the Guess the only really happy pea. secret hands, so I'm and taking my life In .
my trusting to"
y hostess, assisted by Mrs: Lawson. my
.. 'Orisol1er "
: ple nowadays are vegetarians but, faithful readers for .'
"" protection IN TIlE SAME ,Lo TIONPay
1 '
there ain't no such animal in this'strictly ,
And "
xi by the way, Mrs. H. should -
i e.t Ernest N. Phillips, Jr. hog an* hominy section I know whereof she speaks, for she Our New Store A Visit
We're all meat eaters in this
'. Is right now'nurstng two
v eP raw
Mr. a&dlMrs.;: Ernest Neal Phil -
... neck of the weeds and if worst
'. lips announce the:blKh- ,' *
Ernest Neal Jr.V In the'AlachuaCounty the> bountiful supply of 'rattlesnakes .

bing'' tother day.' Well, here
Hospital.. .Gainesville, Friday thai I've heard so highly 'tis:
,, July ,16.; ?* : recommended'but haven't had the REMEDY FOR 8KRVANTIT19

I courage to try'yet ". .' I am emancipated I am free-.

Junior 'Club, .;Dance A lady without a maid,, I be..
.'Yf Quite gala little event took I cook I .weep, I wash, I WE
,, Tt 6 Junior ,Woman's Club 'will' place down Hampton way last scrub ARE CONSTANTLY

sponsor .a dance at the! Armory Sunday when "Uncle Ben" Ren- But this is war, and I'm no
,* next Wednesday night,for- civilians froe (New 'RlVer) married Mrs. dub! SEARCHING THE, MARKETSFOR

and 'ottlcera.- There-Will be Nona McDonald (Jax'vllle We all are out to fight 'to win,
r refl. r an orchestra and floor'Bhow'and' Uncle Ben is a spry young upstart And hating the Axis ain't no MERCHANDISE

admission' $1.25: .per'. oupJe; of three score years and Sin.

r ten, while his bride Messes up Our lads have no valets on ,
to a grand total of 73 .. t '
"The Stag" Opens years Sicily's shore We Received
"Well who ever got the Idea that So what if we're maldlesa anymore This Week,
In .lEdenfield the. young folks have a priorityon ?

I romance, anyway? '. -,- Hear Also Have Enroute,.
.Building TodayThe : r I know my hands are. not so
George an' Florence Flynn,. Charles white, "7 ..' *' .,
an' Vlrglnl_;Jarbyand Harry '
fingernails they are'sight. "
Stag, successor to 'Edea- an'Hilda I Fishing'ReeisWater ,
Houston went on a seafood ., ,
Wjwuil1"f' field Jewelry will holdit.: .:{pt., bender up Fernandina way For the sake of freedom we
mal opening today In the rormer last '. ; ,
'+11 Sunday Wonder if you! ,must fight- ft : Jugs
r site of Edenfietd 'on West Call saw thatvthrtUeri" rfllUr movie; 'The Allied cause is just 'and ,' f' ; yV'? ? .

I Street Carl J. Carter 2nd class "Bombardier" at tJe'; ''Park this right! Hunting1 I Knives.

I r rS petty officer In the Coast Guard week? -. Makes us 'appreciate So smile and do without a maid !- .k' ,
purchased the building from W. Call Street's -
own two. bombardiers And save on that dally Ice-box Pocket Knjyea
W. Edenfleld June 1 for 6000. -Al Kay Carlisle and Little raid- J. ?;y ", ,,
Mr. Edenfield moved his ,.goods Mitch Edwards_aJl the more to Those ; ".
i pre loue.'Itamp.. 'of red ? J
out last ,
Friday night. see what they had to go through ,and blue -- -

'i The Stag 1s primarily a military with before they' gob where: they Will go much farther If ;you. do. 4 A'NItl\IA'NY :
store, specializing In jewelry, are today Your OTHER ITEMS THAT
;country, your, life are ill
diamonds gifts and novelties. at stakeDon't -- SCARCE TODAY

'Mrs.. Carter is the manager and Hear Bill Plummer; (Ottumwa, help to give'the Jape a r

'John J. King of Jacksonville; vet Iowa) :.has goat, to sea and IdaLee break I See Our: Window !
eran of World War I; is b.r'u' and baby daughter are back Remember the spirit of Seventy! or;Ask;Clerks, -

sistant. with the home ..folks at ,Brooker six 'I

The' Carters are experienced In : Walter King, my Auburn. And give the Axis lome''godci -

their line of business, having own Ala. operator., reports that Billy ole lick. "

5 M1 W' I 4 ed and operated "The. Stag" In : Parker ,another Can tree.ter, has .Invest In War Bonds by the If You Have Sorehead
Boomtown prior to the disastrous been .
promoted to Radioman 3rd score : ,
fire In November 1942. which destroyed Class and graduated .with. the :Save.the maid's wages. and 'buy ;jf i';' 'ilAmon i i YJ f)' '11 J '

the American Theatre and highest': honor. in his cl/ *si ... .some more. VVtleesns : ; f J9 J.
< .{ adjacent buildings. He' now;at art advanced school. -

While Mr. Carter 'was born In In.Maine ;Walter also give. as If the woods Is full r:. '". Ask Foe ''
l' St. Johns New Brunswick. Canada out with the Information that of 1 I
budding authors this week 1 i'H t .
1 he has been in Florida long "Another Call Sjt wolf" has been On top, of the foregoing poetry'': : ?Our So1'elead' } : S'aline 1 + } .

1I enough to be a "cracker." having transferred from BaInbridge. Md., comes a bit of thrilling prose

Also lived In Atlantic Beach for the to Auburn. His name and address from the pen' of Jean Hohman, J.I! Oz. Jar' 25c

past 18 years. He Joined theCoast Is James Johns, S 2-c, Naval literary-minded employee at the '

: Guard December 14, 1042. Radio School Cottage A-A. Au- Tic Toe Tap Read her ver. .. '
LATEST ISSUE 'MARCH OF TIME'AND pent seven months at Charleston, ,burn. Ala. Tell bias old friends Jon of an exciting mystery drama .Fully Guaranteed- ._ -.. ,or. Money Refunded,, ,
S. C., and la now stationed at MIami :to write and help' keep.a. cheerful :, that took place In the 100 blockof -

Beach. He lion a 10-day smile' on hla face"' And West Call St. tother day:

leave to get his business opened speaking of addresses, here's One fairly warm day In July Koch

'. and. under way. other for the book: Pvt. 1943.. the small city of Starke was DrugstorePAGE :
W'1 Mr. Edenfield said Friday:' "I Gasiett-34787289, Co.; B. 010th an.1 going smoothly In its usual 'rou.

hate to leave Starke. I had a P. Bn., Camp Maxey, Texas tine. People 'were walking up and


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BITS of LOCAL Miss: 'Snookle Corpenlng' 1 11visiting -" := RISING IV riRCl'IT COIIir. ICRADPOR.e I I #
- = < OtMrt. |
I Ids her father, Eugene Corpening. T 1>> By"IrsJ-Eddle Norman 1 (' :HW.Marl..n .
In Aahvllle. N, c. Eugene!: Butler, Plaintiff, va.Marlun .
TODAY ""ifrsr;/iE. Norman and daughrlarr Butler, Defendant CiutfNo.
of Henry Manaaaa will Mrs. T. N. Kendrick returned Mrs. W. E. Torode. Jr., and Mrs. E. J. Dowling returned IUUI ,Joan*, .left Saturday to spend : OF PfBLICATTON
he Is 111 at home Tuesday after month AM!> NOTICE: TO APPEAR
that a visit Mrs Whit several weeks with her daughters
to learn Sturgis, who Is the Saturday from Jacksonville when STATE OF FLORIDA to Marian
lI1e. Ing relatives and friends In North guest of her mother Mrs. Pauline she spent a week to be near he: \ \ 'Miss Rosa Mae Norman of St. Butler, whore .residence In Unknown -

and South Carolina. Torode spent Thursday of last daughter Miss Marian Dowllng, ,4ToMORow1 ',Petersburg and Mrs. Elvlee Drlg- You. are required to appear oaAuiruMt

FranK Palmer of Alachua week In Jacksonville. who has been seriously 111 li gers of Llthla.I 23rd., 1V43 In the aboveimmetl

guest this week of Mr. Sgt. W. H. Creekmore left Fri Riverside Hospital. Friends of I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of Court neeka. and divorce.cause, Ttradfor whereinplMlntlff

W. L. Wall. day for Augusta Ga., after spend Wanted Clean cotton r..1'SNo Miss Dowllng will be glad to lean POM ROBINSON Lake Wale spent Saturday and' County. Tvlesrraph weedy. .. this

rS. ing a few days In Starke visiting trousers No button.*._ Bradford that she Is Imporvlng.Mrs. PEP HUB* Sunday with Mrs. Jones' parents.j Order In..a next my four hand. and IHNUML official

and Louise BlossIsltlng Miss Dolores Creekmore.Mrs. County Telegraph tf Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I f1..a\VIl at Rtnrko.: Florid Ihla

S Madge relatives In' New- .. Lillian Keating of New Herman Norman left with them July OFFICIAL 19th t SEAL>43. ) A, J. Thomas

Clarence Nussbnum and Leo Trlgoboff for the past few Orleans La., Mr.. and Airs. L. E. OPINION actior Sunday to spend his 'vacation In I I A. Clerk of said Court
T. Frank Landrum Starkc Florida,
young son, ,BUly of Jacksonvilleare months director of the Starke Moseley of Wlldwood. and Mrs I Then Is one outstanding fact f.. Latevalli'. Atty. for Plf.: T-aj 41 S-U I
guests this) week of Mrs. NUBS- public opinion polls of the last fev
Bea of Jacksonville hay ----
J and Mrs. Carl Johns andn baum'a mother Mrs. B. Jacobs JWB-USO was inducted Into the Hogg 'I years have brought to light name iv: riHcriT COURT BR"DII'OHO iv: nnrriT rnrnT. nil %DFOhlU
spending the sum- Armed forces at Camp ,Upton, returned to tbe .resl1ectlv.: home If. that the collective vision an*' ('OIl TY. PlOHIUAl IN 4.HAN: rnlVTY( FLORIDA. IV CHAV-!
are 'I here with' the!lr') j 'EHY. <'ItRYRobert
N. Y. after a visit .
recently. of the ,
collective decisions rwoph
Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams Loulee Howell Plaintiff V" Robert }Levin, Plaintiff ... Rne.LerORDi0Re(11 .
it and mother; Mrs. Edith, No.eley; are miles ahead of their politic I Iaeadera. fe'-' Howell, b.f.ndant. Case Mo
son Edwin and Mrs. Sbellie Hall PTRLICAT10N697.
Brown Given the facts. the people -
R':' T. Richard of Jack- Mrs.. J, W. Brownlee and daughter ORDER OF PITBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE I
are visiting in and "whlcl ;
Tampa other a : judgment .
pass snap AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ...
's; J8' the..K1189.1' ,of Mr. > .and South Florida towns) this week. Nencle Bevan\ returned' Tuesday Miss Virginia Lee Bates of Wes their leaders come around U STATIC. OF FLORIDA to Robert Levlne, !:whole OK .FLORIDA roldence to la: R Unknown -
U1'a1J from Jacksonville, 'whereNencie i months or years later. Kle. Howell whoa' residence I. ,
...I f 1.: H has been confined to the Palm Beach Is/a. jueet''at thhomeofher < Take the) doings of labor leader Unknown.You are' S.e ulr.d! to appear on i
'. Mrs. .W. L. Silcox and son W\cl' and Mr, are required to appear on August 83rd., U4l. In the above
aunt John I.. Lewis an exampleThe August "jl"jlYou
hax'the time been more Riverside Hospital because of ill as 13rd., 143, In the above named. Court and' cause, whervtnplklntlft.
Junior, are visiting Mrs. SUcox's and .M .. ,O; W.. White. Mis people urged legislation ever named. Court and cause. Wherein aeeka divorce. Bradford
ness. "
tune for those de Mng a son-in-law and daughter, Sgt. and Bates reached ,here Sunday with before) the war started which would plaintiff seeks. divorce.shall Bradford' County rdZ..17f ra p h ehall pobllnfcthl +
County Telegraph publish
hand to build,. Xf. Mrs. Dan Hazen In have made such actions > neft four weekly
to buy Tlfton .Ga. her cousin Olin White, Jr., wh Impossl.ble. thin Order In nest four weekly leauea. T6
and Mrs Samuel
sale reasons Goldman For two at least public issues '
f. few loU f r the week with rela years Witness mr han and offlela
of the Victory Military Inn mov- past opinion surveys. have shown thai Witness mf hand and] official seal at fltarke. Florida thleJuly
on termM.-D. E. Knight, Mrs. Shellle Hall and daughter, tlves in West Palm'Beach.The seal at dtarkc, Florida, this tint. 1913.OFFICIAL .
ed yesterday to their homeon the> public-Including labor Itself '
1-e: July 17th 43. ....
f1M., 4tp Sharon, Edwin Williams and Mrs., I' ( SEAL) A. J. Tho.
North Church Street and are favored anti-strike legislation But LOFle1AL 'SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas A. Clerk of aald Court.
Irene Hutto spent Sunday a t State Board 'of Education the representatives of the) peopU Aa Clerk of said Court.R. B. K. Ferryman, E1tar Florida.
1 DeWitt C. Jones Silver and Eden ready to receive their friends this fact K. Htarke. Florida for Pit. T-43 4t l-ta
and Mrs. Springs Beach. there announces that teaching certifl needed to hsve banged Ally Peor"llnan. T-M 4t '-101" Atty.
llnesvllle were guests Sun- cater have been issued recently to Into their heads from a dozen different -
directions before they. took IN cincriToi IIT RHADPORD it' nnri'iT rofHT. SRADFORRCO'NTY I
ernoon of Mrs. S..L.. Peek. Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu Miss Daphne Norman (now Mrs. FLORIULI Klllt 1:11: %' -
Mrs. A.. C. Stewart and daughter any: action-and It la doubtful U CoI'VTY. In ( Hard- FI.<> / t'11A I
and Mr..,and Mrs.! L., F.,.DInklns W. W. Riser), based on' four IKKY.Jeixle ('KHVFlorence -
Miss Evelyn ,Stewart, returned they will take as strong action ai May Moody Plaintiff, va. Palmer Pla I ntiff VM.Irady .. "
j Arthur Talley Montgomery and ,daughter.,Joan are.enjoying today ,to their home In' For years of college w rlt.'and' to :Mrs the people want until they: hav Wallace: B. Moody, Case ( Palmer, Defendant. Cane J

hffln, Ga.,. (fs the cuellt. of a month's .stay at. Bedford Lake. Emma Pierce HIt'! 1' Lawtey, has had a dozeD, more demonstration! No.,.t6/9.1ii "PUBLICATION No. XS9I
Lauderdale after the !
Annie Lou God- ed two O coJlere work: of the vital need for It. .
unto Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. on year ANTI! NOTICK TO APPn\R NOTK-K' '' 41 APPEAR
A few well-located lots Another recent example was pay STATE OF FLORIDA tot WallaceR. STATE OF FLORIDA' to: UraAv
sale Flume. as-you-go: taxation. Immediately Moody, whose residence la Unknown Palmer' who.e residence is Uw- "
to colored people In Starke. Buy Mrs. R. H. 'Barbour of Tallahassee after It was suggested every poll known. i .

L J. W. Klncald has;returned now while money la easy and lot.Rre Charlie Powell carpenter has spent several days las made of public opinion showed the AuauKt You are 23rd.' required, 1943 to In the appear above toll I. August, You are 13rd.required 1941, tit In appear the almve
fa ten-day visit with her par- cheap.-!). K. Knight. '-9 4tp { week 'at her KIngsley Lake cot people had made up their minds named Court and cause, wherein. named Court ant cause, w,,_,. J
the roofon
\lr.\ and Mrs., A. C. Purden, just thhome fitlshe4 repairing tage. She formerly lived hen and were overwhelmingly for It- Plaintiff ......11. diver,.. BradfordIhi.ntOrd.rrlInranextsfour rlalntiff .Maiden...ka dlvorcaand ItradTordlCounty r wt r.-
of MrI..A. EHMoIU, publlMh name
;; her' father 8.: J. but It took congressmen many ,
and weeklyHue Telegraph shall pnhllnh Ihla t tI
|mpa. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Forest and and .l l4now: to jlgme'otTax
; covering and
to It then
built the home on Cherry months to agree they *. Order In n.xt four weekly banes.
family left Saturday for Atlanta Asuemor and Mrs.,",J:. ,WJiA .. large ; did It In a ,half-hearted: way. Wltnen mv hand and official I Witness my' hand; and otflrtal1. .
.1 K. G. DUncan and'chIldren., St., that Is now owned by Mrs at dtarke,. .Florida I ,. thIsIOa'FICIAL **al Starke5 j florid*, this,' July .
Ga. attend the of
to a ,
wedding Jelyl ,
Hafe' .. r 4 t..l"l< I PUBLIC Judgment lath 1943 17lh .4a. t
Carrie .
Ir and Margaret Rose, andy relative. They will return this !1; ,if. .. SEAL) A. .J Thomaa.I (OFFICIAL PEAl). A. ';r.: Thorn* I .
\ Smith spent TueedayinnvUle. MrfciW.;: U'. Even on questions ot warfare A. Clerk of said Court. A. Clerk of said, Court.E. f,
week.Johnnie' '
Frank T drum, Btarke Florida, K. ParrTmant /I'.rk./! Florida.
Mrs. F. H. Lon; returned Tuer which a lot of us feel should not be .
T-2I .
a 1-1*
for 4t
Palmer* :and Mrs1. Mae Dickens Atty. for Plf. 4t 1-13 Atty. -'Plfo( t
day evening f rom Jack onvlJle decided by parlor generals, public i
Hagan returned Friday Wednesday afternoon in St. ,
spent opinion has so far proved to be ------------- -
Lee Green and children Co Sanderson: Va., after spendinga Augustine as guests of Major and where she spent several days at more nearly light than export opts '
the home of her son-in-law and DIRECTOR:
kle, Marie and Betty Hazel week here with his mother, Mrs. H.. C. Wall and Infant son, ,FUNERAL I 1

Era. Lawhorn were In Galneu- Mrs. Della Hagan, and other rel William ,Herbert Wall. daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car ion.The public,,, for' example, was My Many Year Experience Make It Fonalbto for Me to Header 1I

|Friday. r atives. '<"'. .. roll.' Mrs. Long wu' accompanied practically. convinced over a year EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COITKTKOU9 SERVICE I
+ I"rl bomq'by her son; Pvt:: William ago that Germany might be ;) 1
: .
.., Robert ,has -re' MODERATE PRICKS .1.1DeWITT
Myrick -<
If could
ted I : Clean cotton rags No Mr. and Mrs. Joab Creekmore turned from Flora Miss., where muster up sufficient air power to C-- JONES.' : '
from Camp Swift Texas '
km. No button .Bradford Sgt. W. H. Phillips, Misses Glen. she visited her husband ,who Is destroy her factories and demoralize Btarke Florida .

y.Telegraph. tf na Hughes and Dolores Creek. stationed in an Army camp near her' people. But military leaders
Mrs. H- B.,.,,MgLendon. and pooh-poohed that idea as "fan'
more spent Thursday at Silver there. He has just been promoted -
daughter Jeannette will return tastic"-and not until the last few
Thomas rl: "Grady "wHl I're'- Springs. to, : the rank of corporal. Sunday to their home in Orlando months have they: come around to '

after 'spending that this la now a proba
|Thursday after spending some time here ae agreeing

weeks in St. Louis Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lewis Ne\er'lisM the time been more guests of Mrs. McLendon's parents bility.: -

|llr. Grady. had as their guests Sunday Mr. opportune for those desiring a Mr. and Mrs. E. 5. Matthews Pearl For at Harbor least four according years to before the 1IU-t.-i1'Yi4itiW$ *

and Mrs. J. C. Robinson 1 of home to buy lands. to build. 'I 1 They will be accompaniedhome polls of the American Institute of .

Pauline Torode Mrs. White Apopka and J. E. Robinson of Or have a few lots for sale reasonably by Dr. McLendon, who will Public Opinion the public opposed

lando.D. and on term.*.-D. E. knight, t h and oil'. '
and daughter Sue accom- arrive tomorrow to spend 1 tne ampment bl scrap iron MIDNIGHT SUNDAY11IOND; .tY
Id by Mr. and Mrs.' George SUirke, Fla. ,-% 4tp week-end here. to Japan. Even then. the people -' '

fia of Lavvtey, spent Sunday B. White telephone engineer, ,, as a group sensed the fact that thli 23-20 \ I
St. Dottle Sue is enjoying a iron and oil was go.ng to be used to kS
Marys, Ga., as guest of arrived today from Paul Biggs THERESSA us-but It wasn't until

|and Mrs. Lonnie Roberta, Minn., to spend his vacation with vacation visit with her grandmother By Mire Ida HaganJ. shortly fight against. before Japanese bomberl .. or,. ....I.'t! ,....' /I.... .. o/lI.. ;!'
In Starke and Fer- Mrs. O. J. Griffin, In St '
er and elster-in-law of Mrs. Mrs. White set out for Pearl Harbor that our

lie and Mr. Roberts. nandina. Augustine. At present Mrs.: Griffin D. Williamson who Is In the< government leaders rally put s

and Dottie Sue are visiting Marines la visiting his brother halt to those shipments .,
A. C. Griffin In Waycroaa, Ga. R. V. Williamson, for several It I I" evidence HV- this. which has
led Ur George Gallup director o!
t / dayg. the Institute of Public Opinion, who r
/ V. B. Harrell is In the Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and has made more opinion ..Ur'VP.1than l ryFl fI f

I Memorial Hospital In Miami when sons of Belle Glad are spendln;) any man alive to say of sued I

he went for observation and treatment some time with Mr. Moore' surveys!' "THey have served to re

for Injuries received several mother, Mrs. D. W. Moore.W. affirm faith In the judgment of the

while working on thigh visitor common man. They have provided .'
years ago W. Packham was a 1;
to back
sound statistical proof up
electric line.
tension power of las
to Jacksonville Thursday the major premise of democracy,
week. which Is belief in public opinion." .

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wllsor Master Rex Brooklngs left last '
ANSWERS actionDr. .. Lf \
have returned to their home aftei r week for Alabama, where he will \
two weeks' vacation Gallup has an Interestingway
spending a visit his grandparents.
of demonstrating the soundness i :
Bedford Lake. While therthey e
at Mrs. Howard Moore and son, of the collective opinion of a

..a.arttra had as guests last week-end William Howard, of Belle Glade
r t. Mr.' and Mrs. Morgan Darby and returned to their home Saturday line three feet long on a blackboardand
ask each person In the room to
L. D.. Vinlng.
aft e r, spending.several months ...
write on a slip of paper how long
t here with Mrs. D. W Moore. the line is. Although
think )
Mrs. W. T Holmes of Ft. Myers they
1 ENERGY Miss Dorothy Grlffls of StarktU no one may give) just the exact figure p pt
FOR l Is visiting her brother, '
for sizable '
Holmei visiting her sister l Mrs. Claude< the average a group tr'
Keene and family Mrs. invariably Is three feet-the) right
Batten., ),11', and Mrs Batten an
has just returned from New York,, answer.
Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City 'N. Y. I where she visited her husband,, the proud patentsof, a baby son This accuracy of collective opine

Franchise Bottler;' Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville Chief Petty Officer W. T. Hornet named Thomas Dempsey Batten. ion as opposed to Individual opinioncan t Meakp
Miss Hazel PhUUps and sisters, be applied to all kinds of
of the U.S. Marines.
Elizabeth and. Mildred, were.visit. things. One man may want pay-as-

ing ,their auntM Mi'*., Margaret you-<<0 4 taxation because be thinksit
Blankensblp,,. .
Mrs. Herman Another
will cave him money. Ld
SEZ: Gilbert In Jacksonville. ,.ODe daj ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy may want it because h* thinks It

qLNAT of beat Ameri Tomlinson and her soldier'' husband last week. will make It easier for the government
our very
Mrs. Mildred Burke will leave
to collect lazes may
left furlough Friday to
up at the soda fountain on Friday for Chicago 111., where want'1t.because he can't seem to P .. ;
'. their favorite drink andgriping spend a few days with par. who for taxes. Another
{ she will join save money
'ej t< their favorite gripe about ents. They will make their home has been In foreign service and la may. want It because a friend of his, lie'----------l-
Is In Tennessee for awhile. he respects, thinks I tPoromovnt
how bad their government back on leave. She will'also visit!) whose opinion Idea. But when the PfeertlfsRobert'
1\. good
whilethe same a
treating them, Mr. J.. A. Clarkand Mr. and
of want IV-
time In some jungle their fellow Mrs. E. R. Mar: shburn and Mrs..Norman Burke and'son, Bar- even great though majority) each may people. have a different PRE tON f fe
snakes .laps Mona Claire Mrs. 'S. P
'citizens are fighting daughter rle. .. reason for arriving at tile
and other vermin getting all shot Vandlviere and Mr. and Mrs of Jacksonville same conclusion-there Is little
Mrs. Hagan
to hell, maimed for life, giving George C. White and daughter, la Mary here visiting her sister- question that It Is a sound program.

It all for their I country. What Frances all of Tallahassee, were The public usually: gets what It
Miss Ida Hagan.
have we at home td gripe about r week-end guests of :Mrs. O. W. in-law wants eventually. In our democracy.But .
Alderman and Mrs. J. W. White. Everyone Is Invited to attend a lot of national headaches .
Christian Endeavor each Sundayevening could probably' be avoided if we t

at 7:30: o'clock and prayer could shorten- the period betweenthe
Never ha the time been more time the people make up their
ONE MORE WEEK opportune for those denlrlng a meeting on Wednesday- nights at minds and the time their leaders
he same time;; else Sunday School .
home to buy land to build. I finally get around to doing something -
Church each Sunday -
it the Baptist about It.
have a few lots for sale reasonably -
at 10 o'clock.
and'on terntH.. -D. E. Knight, morning IV rlHFI'IT (t'o1'R'r nutFOhIU'Ol'Y'rY.

Starkr, FI.. '*-* *'0. ",( FLOHIILAl, I* CHAx KRUGERs..J.r.wreNeMee
SUNNY BROOK.'FARMBy !!lam' B.nJ.mln Kohn. Plaintiff ".. qt

I Clyde Norton formerly employ.. H..... An.ult CrawfordMr. ..t.ttle ,Kohn, DAfcndanti c... No. b.+.M_.w... .- .., t '

ed at the City Barber Shop Here "ORDER!: OF prnLifATioM a .ar..rr..Massersaves. .
was back in Starke 'Saturday and Mrs.. Jess Vinlng and AND NOTK'ES TO APPEAR Mw.e
of'Lake Butler STATE' OF FI" R1DA tot Dottl J e
transacting business and visitinghis laughter Jessie, Kohn whose ranldenoa In 47 PittStreet. ?
physician. He Is still on were 'visiting Mr.., and Mrs J. N. !! New York City New' York. -

J crutches having been suffering( telly Sunday. Au.uat You are%,'..d.required. imj. to In appear the above on j -'. t tIrt
an Infected leg for the past Mr. and\ Mrs. O. E. Crosby andaughler. named, Court and ".U".. wherein -

i I'nine whist weeks. He has' been visit; Doris, and Mr. Arlula plaintiff Telegraph seeks dl"lr.hall Bradrnrdounty putlIa"Ihl. t

Crawford arid baby. Shirley Order In nest four weekly
: relatives In Jacksonville and I
Odds and.Ends -" i Dade'City.Mrs. inn, attended the wedding of : I".PaV" m hand and official
I I Wr. Ben Renfroe of New River I ... SI..?... Florida, Sblsmy .

I I Lois Mayes teacher In and Nona Mae; McDonald o; 15th.Al tJ."THOMAS.

... .. .. to Starke Monday I acksonvllle[ Sunday afternoon at A. Clerk of said Fourt. .
B H. S., returned
after a month's visit among Jampton.Mr. :nlrht'a Knight,,, IItark Florida'

** ** friends Washington, D: C. and : .: and Mrs. Raymond Crosby tttya..for fit 7-21 ft. salt .. 7

Toccoa Falls Ga. She left Tuesday and Mrs. J. R. H e 11 y at. \t\ CIHCTIT DHAnJl'O"'DCCH''TW. 'TCES. -.WED.. r TMUR9. JCLY27,2S3s {

where she will ended to business. ''la'. ,Jackson "1,0111"1 1.11 IMAM-,
No Ration Required for Tltusville .
Stamp remain with her mother, Mrs. !rtlle Monday." elms( fr*RW.keen. Plaintiff v.. A Ih.rt w "LADYOF- B RLE.$( BE" .w '

Shelbourne until time for I Mr. H. C. Killy and sons;/Vln- I Ceen.: tvfendant. Care No. JS7S.ORUEH .

This? Is Your ;Chance To Get That I the opening. of school early! inleptember. ,'cenf;lunday.,lilting; and relatives' Johnny...' .in. Mack'Jacksonville, were Ceen ark' .STATE ANn iion,. -whoee!Bt KOTIca OF. Albany reeldence FLORIDA TO Oeora-la APPEAR U to:10514 Albert S.. BARBARA 8TANWYCIC .,,..'1 ( ,,. .7., ''

Stanley E. Brown, of Your Por. ',: ,:Mr. and Mrrr Fate Brown of You are Mrd.required. UU.{ to In appear the abn"on. r" \,.\;'! k -4' ; I'

trait Studio on West Call Street Itarke were dinner guests of Mr. t Court and rune, t'amed iITZ'1ikT. "

Extra Pair Of Shoes moved his "dark room" to his Jrown's moth4f! ,,'frs.' Arte Brown hlld plaintiff and...Us Support.divorce, C"tody Bradtnrd of,. .j f"13rrf 1\ '

other studio recently.Opened at lunday. ountr Telegraph. shall four publljhhl weeklyWlin..s '- MON JULY 23 's-2 j
Oliver next
Beach. He .retained his Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O'der In .
Daytona .
here In the rear of the of White Hous were visiting Mr. Toy h.n" and offiujal.' : "GENTLE IAN JIM" In :
itudio ;
h I ,
,.. Ste.4e. Florida,, t a
Military Supply Store and and Mrs.1 J. NJ'Kelly Saturday. sal I s *

Sternberg's. will Main take photographs) here and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Knowleaf lOFFICIAL dv' 19th 1943.tUAL Clerk) of A. said J. Thoma.A Cn..t'I' ERROL FLYNN ALEXIS! SMITH tIg1Sia71tatl9r "

carry: them to Daytona Beach for r Starke were visiting Mrs. Frank Landrum Btarke. Florid,;

developing.; rank Thomas'Sunday.. ,,sty. for Plf. 1.13 41 -M -

a ..

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t ._ .'. -,' ..... '" -

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Burns $5:; down the streets; some aimlessly, tooth pulled.-; You .
said Pat Lambe W.:
business here. But he Can
good Powell $10; C. H. Nas- some with very Important business were many ,igh, at
a dl
SOCIETY and "CLUBS he was leaving "because meat "+
I shortage of efficient help, and be. worthy $10; Mrs J. E Wilson to attend. Ours Is a very PpoI.ot

.._,. EJohns J. L. Peek ..
-- $1 Jean
-- --' -- difficultto $5 H. ; excitingever 4Mr
---- ; cause merchandise is so : Frank quiet little city. Nothing Ohl11au.
T. E.
obtain." $5; the Darbys $10; here. On this dayit SOUth' St

DellMoredockOf Mrs. McLendon WSCS Circles Met Mr. Edenfleld bought ,the lot Landrum $1; A. W. Anderson L. $1 A.;. seemed happens unusually quiet every- Starke. Florid.1)"
Monday Afternoon from the Masonic Lodge the latter C. D: Edwards $1; Mrs. when all of a sudden
A. M. one sleepy, Hear Maepleased
Hostess Friday Brothers
interest here la the engagement A *' part of March. 1941 for, which he Rennolds $10: Brownlee a lusty scream. Every. I""on, w,'
of Miss Olive Dell, daughter T Z e Woman's Society of Christian paid $3,000. The building, begun $15; T. J. Griffin $10; Sam Rosen seeming to that her birthday sU:
of Orlando P. one listened, none should be
Mrs H. B. : Mrs. D. 80 !
after and Son $10;
Service met pleasantly'
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Monday the last of April by Contractor berg know where it came from. Then bered
house guest of her parents, noon at the Methodist church and R. H. Mathe, was to cost In Carpenter $10; Bradford Hardware weaker one. This although she' been a
Dell of Gainesville, to came another dent of Starke
Tucker Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews held the regular July' business the neighborhood of 2800. The Co., $5: W. A. Stern $5J: It seemed to be coming from fo such a
Moredock of Bill Mundy $5. paratlvely short
Howe Edward Powell $1; while
Capt. meeting. John
and formally
was hostess at a delightful Coca- program Edenfleld Jewelry..was the street from the Tic
L. A. across appreciated
Miami. The marriage will take Cola party Friday morning 'at ''Mrs. 'W. O. Halle, president, opened to the public May 31, Mrs. W. B. Mundy $5; J. R. Toe Tap. By this time 'the street peqlally the everything
$2; delicious
J. Payne
place August 14 In the First 10:30: o'clock at the. Matthews' opened the meeting, with prayefMrs. ; 1941. Davis $10; F. C. Hollings- was' crowded with people and all nay sent by Arthur chicken
Methodist Church.of Gainesville.Miss home on Walnut St. Artistic.ar J. L. Thorn transacted her Wainwright worth $5 Sam;Cottlleb ''$2.SO; B.: of them trying to talk at once Williams ,.- What and Ceo
of zinnias, roses and duties aa' secretary, and Miss Urged ; "It sounded like someone was two Prolllil
and rangements Support Edna B. eat young
Dell Is a niece of Mr A. Winkler $10: Mrs. business
Olive\ :Ray read' the financial report men
Wall Mr and Mr. asters were placed to advantage For FundThe Thomas $5; H. C. Brown $5; and beating a woman" says one fright very expensive "UtUe 4
Mrs.. W. L. throughout the spacious rooms of for the past month Cemetery Marcus Brown $5. ened ')lady. "Why, the brute!" night last week? gallle" kt
Jos. E. Wilson, Mr and Mrs. J. the lower floor. Miss Amy" Coburn secretary interest of Police Officer says another. Then all of a sud had: just drawn their Seellli

M. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Little Miss Jeannette McLendon.. of: supplies, moved that -ths'So-' Ben C. Holtzendorf keeping the Land den''we heard a weak voice say at, .one. ot Our' lIurburbal fire ,ik

R. A. Weeks, ail of Stark SheI daughter of the hostess, presented clety follow the regulations of Crosby Lake cemetery"free from Hayes Sells Stop: you're killing me." Then spots when the sheriff (
!\ raldid
Is a graduate of the'' ;P. K. Tonge each guest, upon arrival with a the state secretary,,of 'supplies, weeds and .high grass does.: not Mr. and Mrs: E. W. Hayes recently the sound died away In a long joint Coat -em each 25
Laboratory School, In Gainesville the concluMon of whereby the Society .will send .a drawn out moan. By this time Things I t bUci1
number and at lessen. He U not only collecting sold to Mrs. Mattie Green* t envy; The
I and the Florida State College for the partyMrs.'O. L. Beasley was gift of money to the state treas enough money to have It cleaned widow, and her son, Frank Green, the crowd was wild with curi W slightly hirsute, toy adonpy
food ,
for dog
urer'to be used 'sending- '
Women, where she was 'a member found to hold, the lucky numberand up now, but is also securing sufficient of woods land about two osity. They knew then the sounds Steve Weldon recently

of the Chi Omega, sorority. was given a linen handkerchief and clothing, .to'.'people in'motionwas the subscriptions to maintain miles ten'acres north of Starke west o>. were upstairs. The police arrived to Marble Middleton PItBrllt"
war-torn regions. The
Capt. Moredock Is a graduateof as her reward. carried. Mrs. its cleanliness and beauty. Those Road 13. The consideration wee Just In time, for there was an- -

the law school at the University unanimously who are especially interested in to clear other outburst of screams, one Glad to see ('pL
\ During the morning the hostess, G. C; Powell was appointed to $100. The Greens plan Leon ?
: of Florida and was a mem- her this project are requested to see home, live on after another, along with mumbled berg back In town for !
assisted by her mother, daughter collect the money.In Clnl-Number the land, build a a visit !
r ber of the Kappa Alpha fraternity. him Carl Johns at once, making words sounding like to us, pleased to know ay!
and her sister-in-law, Mrs.. One; and Jflss: ,Cpbiirn. In or the place and do some farming, that hi, lilt
"This is the end.
service In "Please stop. station
Before entering active E. L. Matthews, served tempting Circle Twdi: '- your donation or ,subscrip Mr. Hayes said. IB Ocala.. Fla. which i h
" April 1942, he was associated chips "Never again. Then, to our lot nearer home than I
refreshments'of potato
with a prominent Miami law sandwiches cookies, olives and Mrs. Powell talker about,the tion.Below 'Is a 'list of those who CARD OF THANKS amazement about thirty minutes, Crowder, Mo. Conzrati
if f! firm. Coca-Colas.,, .', ? Christian Fellowship League ,tha.t atabdefi''d'c1'o have aided,;this, ,worthy! cause up !i We:wish to'extend' our1 sincere i later;' someone said, "Now, get Tillman Hutto who's Just bse'
Sunday 'evening
every to this time More than $200 has 'floral out} if 'you' can walk"Anothervoice I promoted from
About twenty guests wereIn.,, ,.l thanks for 'the beautiful cpl. to-Sgv, .
kb the Educational a" weak this time, said,
' : Paul-Downing vited to enjoy the morning 'with ad'discussedplans'1oInterest already been given to clean up ottering and for your expression one Incidentally he's transferred fil

, Mrs. McLendon and Mrs. Mat Building, the place, and most contributorshave of sympathy in our sad bereave- "Just leave me alone. I'll go Las Vegas; Nev., to Provo Sq4 L.
people and soldiers) "
promised to give so much and never return. We' were Army Air Base Salt
\i Miss Marie Downing, daughter thews. and their-wives.: :< ,:: : *. ment. watching the stairs fake CIty,
each month to'maintain, it, Mr. breathlessly Utah Glad to
of Mr, and Mrs'T, F, Downing 'After disposing business; .. Mrs. T. J. Mcintyre and Family. '. hear that W
that Jed when saw some-
r Holtzendorf said yesterday. Also, up we C. Rhoden has
e 1+, of Trenton, and Pfc. RaymondJames' devotional service 'was conducted '- made the> |n t..l
Ladies AuxiliaryMet four persons made subscriptions one "coming down' very slowly. from Sgt': to Staff
Paul of Blandlng. Are you Sgt. Ha:
Camp by"Mrs. ,E.. K. PerrymsX" "Whu.r
? on, an annual basis. City Clerk attest this He was weak; so weak that he address is: Hq. Co 1st Bn.

't In were the married First Presbyterian Saturday afternoon Church, Tuesday ;aa tot.her subject Christian"PrayertandPraise Carl Johns subscribed, $31 per neaa tayWa : could hardly walk. Behind him In!., coo Postmaster, San IMt

t our year,. Mayor' L. A. Canova $30, yes) oersenIs' .JaUDa. came a man with awhltecoat on; Cisco,' Calif. Hope rm
Rev. Chas. H.
with the Circles will meet ,2 utl
of thePresbyterian August '
The Ladles Auxiliary ,' S. E. Sparks $10 and. Brownlee ? The he was supporting- other one wasting my breath
Mra.'T. ; entertainClrcle"One'an4 giving
officiating. ;
pastor, j Griffin will JOII
Church met Tuesday ;, with hand his) shoulder.
Brothers $45. 0ewn and a on I folksy all these''
The bride wore a becoming two- July 13, at 4 P.M. In the i : Mrs.' I. *'Po t'Shepherd'Circle"Tw& Carl ,Johns gave $10; L.. A. mere'and mo They both looked worn out. The I dre....- i'Tou're' interesting ...

piece suit of pink jersey. Her Sunday' School room. The Vice I ..-.T f'n ./, re'"'S t Canova 910; lib::-E.: Sparks 93; War Beads. FsT FrMsWt Ssti man In white was really wilted. I take the hint and drop supposed the to

accessaries, were Navy blue. and Miss Lucile..M1tche.U. .. Eons
Chairman He looked as though he.bad beenin a line, you know if '
shp; wore a corsage' pInk rose' presiding. Mrs. V.' S. St. John I Interesting' Meetings;" swimming. Upon arriving on maybe some day you'll you be tan Sr

b ds. Her only.'lattendant "was was appointed -to see about decorating the street we saw tab of the from
away home
Miss Pat' Lamb and'Mr.; : Paul's the room."' Of Baptist WMU ..r looking for a

bast man -was-,PIc.,:J6 e Gould. 1 "The' next 'tneettng Sunday"School'will be held ,t" ', i. most worn out humans on this letter that doesn't come, andttayou'll
Cal < Earth. But the "Doc" smiled ,
the know
Carolyn street how
The 'Daisy Fowler Circle-of just
Mrs Paul Is of the : 0 they fed
({ a graduate Tuesday, July 27.. at 8 P.M. at
Baptist W. M. U. mefaf-the homepr.Mrs (I vdon't see how he could smile, ; They fight 'em kf
Trenton High School in,the class the home,of Mrs. T. ft Kendrick. write .
; H. L.. Hough Monday afternopn looking as worn out 'as. he did) rant! : '4' So long tie
of 1941 and for the six
past Mrs E. M; Davis will have charge
and said "Don't be upset, folks, 1 the- .
months has been employed at with eight 'rotmter.*,. and 11lyouain next
of the and Mrs. -
program three It was only Joe Noegel getting a
Carpenter' Drug Store in Starke. fred Grono will finish" giving her: visitors pre ent. The devotional ''Little M...: HoYner went to the. All my life I've heard of making I Carolji
was led by' Mr.). Massey "*'"
Mr. ,Paul,? who ...,,home is in review of the book, Latin AmerIca corner a flying trip to this place or ----- - -
assisted R A. .Thomas.A'splendid'talk
Watertown N.'Tli: has been statfoned The''Aux1Haryr'wfl have'- by"Mrs. To buy her young hubby a that,, but Lt. George Manassa'a WANTED 100
was given by Mrs.Massey CARPENTERS
at Camp Bland ing.' for the vacatlen during the- month. off the of roast recent trip to London leaves me
past five months. ,. August. tI friendship/ But when she' got there, the breathless Seems he flew to
David and Jonathan. '
market waa bare dear ole Lunnon, transacted a GOOD PAY
'The In of
program was charge
And so her poor hubby ate bit of business for Uncle Sam
Mrst, W. J. Epperson, assisted by >
toast and flew back to Atlanta all in Can Start Work At' Once
Mrs-: Blanchard Law Mrs. W. B.
the same week! That's whatI
Alexander| and Mrs. H. L.Hough. She put in an order
call going places! Thl.week'a IIAVE TRANSPORTATION FOR 20 MEN
r The'-business meeting was conducted For spareribs and suet
award for early Xmas
< by Mrs. Alexander, circle But found that some others FROM STARKE TO JACKSONVILLESee
to Katie
shopping WainWright
TMEATRt leader Routine business was' attended Had beaten leer tuet. goes -
to and the meeting closed who's already started laying

w STARKE FLA with, prayer by Mrs. Alexander., She said she would settle in things for Mary Catherine's J. W. Jordan At Hollingsworth's Real Estate

During the social hour, home For sausage ;and liver; Santy Claus Not a bad Idea

made ice 'cream and cake were The butcher:,InsistedHe at that .. Probably won't bea Office Saturday, or at Jordan's Hotel Court Sunday

served by the hostess) and Mrs. had none to giver. single toy left in town by the

SUN0AYMONDAYTUESDAY"JULY Law. time we putter-offers get aroundto

She pleaded 'for pork chops it .' Hear Daisy Fisher

Circle ..Three- with For meat balls for mutton; has resigned as p r 1 n cipal atBrooker" .t .. .. .
.met MYs. The butcher said, "Lady, to .. :: ,!r. ",. .. "" '"
accept' a position as
: Geo. W. Alderman at her homeon \
25"26-27 '
I just'ain't got nuttln! supervisor of Union County NOTICE !
', Walnut St.' with eight mem- Schools .

.. ... .... bers present:
.. No, folks 01. The above Isn't
The devotional ,was given by
But it Guess I'm In All Watch Repairs Left With
;q- Mrs. Ann. Poyner, leader; and a original sums up the for a bit of hair.

,..w;\ "" Heart Ablaze discussion of the Southern Baptist situation so adequately, that I pulling, for Emma Hill vowedshe'd Edenfield Jewelry Be Had

Ana Theological Seminary and just couldn't resist borrowing It sabotage my brand new per May ,

setti g Y our yes I4 CHELE MORGAN Missions Lawson. was given by Mrs. H. A. from a recent magazine Hope author manent of If I the exposed following her as bit the of By Calling For Same At' The

Prayer.was led Mrs.H .
Exciting by
Sae ti .p. .'L,, Brownlee and collection' for the author won't mind and hope I verse, written in reply to my New OwnersTHE -,

'D, af'n" s the afternoon was) $T. you get. a 'little chuckle out.of. effort of last Week entitled "Ser-

to thO After the business hour, delicious It that will help you forget your vantltla" But It's entirely too '

ao..;iA ti g refreshments, of pound cake troubles at the meat counter good to keep the authorship a STAGIN
;dbd4 secret so I'm taking my life in
and '
be gelatin; were aerved by the Guess the only reallyhappy people .
tQ my and trusting td
.. hostess,' assisted Mrs. Lawson. my
by I
: are
nowadays ,
.,-..i. faithful readers for protection .;:. THE SAME.tpCATION:;
I there ain't no such animal in thestrictly ,
And by the way Mrs. H. ,should ,
01. Ernest N. Phillips,Jn? ; hog an" hominy sectionWe're know whereof she speaks for she Pay Our New Store A Visit
all meat eater. in this
r s, ,p and'iMra. Is right now nursing two raw ,
Mr. : Ernest Neal Phillips neck of' the wends and If worst

,.' announces the:bljth 'of a.:son. comes to'' worst-.:.there's always of kneecaps over-enthusiastic as the result floor of .a bit .- MRS. CARL .J.: CARTER; ,Mgr.

i: Ernest 'Neal Jrr,; in -'the-'Alachua the1' ''bountiful* supply of ''rattle scrub
; bing'' tother day. .. v Well, here
County Hotpltal.jaaihesvflle,, Frt.daYuly |. snakes that I've' heard so highly 'tis:
w .lfl., ; .f recommended,'but haven't'had the REMEDY FOR 8KRVANTITI3

1", courage to try'ye _. .' I am emancipated,,1 am free-:-

} i Junior''Club,:Darice A lady without a maid,,I be.

f 1V 1W f Quite a gala little event took I cook, I sweep, I wa h.I' WE AtE
:1WiIllHt The :ru ?ro ,Woman's' club will\ place down Hampton way last scrub CONSTA

s'3 sponsor.a' dance at the Armory Sunday when "Uncle Ben" Ren- But this is war, and I'm no
next. Wednesday night,for' civilians froe (New Rlvfef) married Mrs. dub! THE' MARKETS

and 'oUlcen.. 'There.'will be Nona McDonald (Jax'vllle> / .' W' all are out to fight 'to win,

an orchestral' and floor'Show'and\ Uncle Ben Is a spry young upstart And hating the Axis aln't no FOR MERCHANDISE

admI8sI0 Is 91.25 ,per'.pouple; of three score years and sin.

ten, while his bride 'fes es) up Our lads have no valets onSJclly's 1 .

"The Stag" Opens to a grand total of 73 years .. shore ''We
Well, who ever. got the idea that This
So what if we're maldless. anymore Week,
In .Edehfield
the young folks have a priorityon ?

romance anyway ..,- Hear Also Have Enrouhr
Building Today i. I know my hands are, not so

George an', Florence Flynn., Charles white, u,..* y
I an' Vlrglnl.! ,;JarbyaDd Harry My fingernailsthey'' are'a '

.. '6' e The Stag, successor to' 'Edeui-. an'' Hilda Houston went on a sea sight,.., II' Fishing'Reels, -

fleld Jewelry., will hold :jts', tot- food bender up Fernandina way For, the sake of freedom we

mal opening today, in the formes last Sunday Wonder if you / )must fight- / \ ,.Water Jugs ......
site of Edenfield's on West Call aw ttu t<.>thriller,",dillep movie; The Allied cause Is just 'and -.I ;! ,.

/ t Street: Carl J. Carter, 2nd class "Bombardier" at the "Park this .rJchUSO .IuntingKnives

/ / .f s petty officer In the Coast Guard week? Makes! us''appreciate smile and do'with out a maid ; ; titi.
purchased the building from W. Call Street's -
own two. bombardiers
save on that 'daily ice-box Pocket
W. Edenfield June 1 for 6000. ---Al Kay Carlisle and Little raid- ", : Khjiyea: "+

Mr. Edenfield moved ''his. goods Mitch Edwards-aJl the more to Those precious'stamps of !! -

,.. out last Friday night; see what they had to go through and blue : red .:" 'I "\ Flash :ighrts4:

.". The Stag is primarily a military with before they gat where, they Will much farther
go If you do.( '' )
specialising jewelry, are today Your
country, your life are,,-all
:; diamonds, gifts and novelties. .'- at stake- ARE VERY SCARCE TODAY

Mrs Carter la the manager and Hear BUI riummer- (Ottumwa, Don't help to give'the laps '
I John J. King of Jacksonville; vet Iowa) has gone,, to sea and Ida break! : See'Our::Window orAsIc
i 'Clerks -
of World War :: ;
eran I. Is her. assistant Lee and baby dau&hter.are back Remember the.'PJrlt of Seventy-!

: with the bome,, olka at ,Brooker six q 'I'

, The Carters l are ,experienced In Walter King, my Auburn And give the Axis some' odd -

' their'line of business, having own Ala. operator, reports) that Billy ole licks. ",*

ed and operated "The Stag" in Parker another Callstreeter has ,Invest In War 'Bonds 'by. the If You Have Sorehead

Boomtovm prior to the.disastrous been promoted'to Radioman 3rd score : .
} -
q w w. rt fire in November 1042. which destroyed Class and graduated ,wJih the ,.Save.the maid's and ( ,. \ f)
wages '
,buy i Jilt
t the American Theatre and highest honors In his class. /. some more! 'u trton g..Yo4r ) ,

{ adjacent buildings. He'" now "at' an< advanced schoolIn -

II While Mr. Carter was born In Maine : ;Walter also givesout Socsnsi as If the woods Is fun' I.' -.. Ask cpr' ,

St. Johns New Brunswick Canada with the Information that of budding authors this week ,.'' 1 t!\( 6, ( {''dt i I

- :1 1i he has been In Florida longenou&b 'i"Another Call SjL wolf".b.. been On top,, of the foregoing poetry': r. jour Sell 5a14e: ,
: -- ----
to be a "cracker; having transferred from Bainbridge, Md.. comes a bit ,of thrilling prose

lived -In Atlantic Beach' for the to Auburn. His name and address from the pen' 'of Jean Hohman ,! Oz. Jar 25c

, i Also past 18 years. He joined the Is James John., S 2-c.<< Naval literary-minded employee at'the .. ; .

Coast Guard December 14, 1942, Radio School. Cottage 6-A, Auburn Tie Toe Tcp Read her ,- ....

i ; LATEST ISSUE 'MARCH OF TIME spent seven months at Charleston Ala. Tell. .his. old friends I Moa of an exciting? mystery drama ver. Fully)) Guarantee_ o'r-. Money, Refunded.. ,
t S. C., and Is now stationed at MIami to write and bflp keep a cheer- that took place in the 100 block -

1 Beach. He Is on a 10-day ful smile, on his face". ;. And "of West Call St. tother day: .

leave to get his business openedand speaking of addresses here's another One fairly warm day In July Koch

ANDNEWS,, ', under way. for the book: Pvt. Coolidge 1943. the small city of Starke was DrugstoreI
I -- Mr. Edenfleld said Friday"I Gassett-34787289. Co.: B, 810th M- going smoothly in Its usual rou

I hate to leave Starke.' I had a P. Bn., Camp Max y. Texas .(tine. People were walking up and




BITS of LOCAL NEWS'' Miss Snookle Corpening' 1. : RISING lit ciHCtiT tninr.: IINADFOHUr 6
r l II rY. I'M CHANfr.HY. -*
visiting her father, Eugene Cor t .
f I ) By MrJEd peeing in Aehvllle N. C. > Marlon Kuatene Butler, Plaintiff, va.Marian .
ODAY ''MTar.l J. 'E. Norman and (laugh-1' butler Defendant. Out

;nj. of Henry Manaasa will MIB. T. N. Kendrick returned Mrs. W. E. Torode, Jr., and :Mrs. E. J. Dowling returned 4M.IITOMORROW H rr .Joats.left Saturday to spend No. 2S95.HKI).KR OF Pt'BLICATIOV

to learn that he !Is111 at home Tuesday after a month visit- Mrs. Whit Sturgis who Is the Saturday from Jacksonville where several weeks with her daughters, ANTI :NOTICE OF; FLORIDA TO APPKAItRTATE to Marian

DIe. ing relatives and friends In North guest of her mother Mrs. Pauline she spent a week to be near her \ Miss Rosa Mae Norman of St. Butler, whose residence: l" Un

and South Carolina. Torode. spent Thursday of last daughter Miss Marian Dowling. \I Petersburg, and Mrs. Elvlee Drlg- known.You are. required to appear onAUBUxt

Frank Palmer of Alachua week in Jacksonville. 1 who has been seriously ill in gers of Llthla. JSrrt., 1143> In the mbovnnriitl

guest this week of Mr. Sgt. W. H. Creekmore )left Friday Riverside Hospital. Friends of I Mr.. and Mrs Gordon Jones of plaintiff Court seeks ,and dlvorre.cause Bradford wherein

W L Wall.e. for Augusta Ga., after upending Wanted: Clean cotton ruga. No Miss Dowling will be glad to learn oox aOlncoH Lake Wales spent Saturday and' County Tederra lour ,, publish thl.
rl. a few days in Starke visiting trouMerx. No button Mrs. Jones'. Order In next. weekly Imtue.
Bradford that she Is Imporvlng. Sunday parents, Witneati my hand and offlulttJ
Madge and Louise BIossBlsltlng Mlsa Dolores Creekmore County Telegraph ff Mr. and Mr.. Eddie Norman. Peal at Ktnrke. Florid thlaJuly

relatives In' New- Mrs Lillian Keating ,of New I Herman Norman left with them ( 19th IMS.OFPICIAL S1JAL' ) A. J, Thomas

Mrs. Clarence Nunsbaum and Leo Trlgoboff. the past'few Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. L. E. OPINION actor: Sunday to spend his vacation In I I Aa Clerk of said Court.T

young son BUly, of Jacksonvilleare months director of the Starke Moseley of Wildwood and Mrs "There U one outstanding feel ti*. Lake Wales. Atty' Frank, for Lundruiu Plf.: Stitrke T-21 Florida 4t I-il
guests this week of Mr. Nuss- public opinion polls of the last feuearl '- ,
and JWB-USO. was Inducted into the Bea Hogg of Jacksonville have -----
and Mr. Carl John baum's mother, Mrs. B. Jacobs.. have brought to light name iv rlnrl'IT, roi'HT. BRADPOHII 'N .IR"I'IT S'M'UT nn"i>roiin
returned to their. homes .
Armed forces at Camp respective a / 0lrv, FLOHIUAl sit CHANLoula .
are spendIng the sumIt Upton, I :IT. that the collective vision anf'! 'MTl, FLORIDA IV: CIIAY.CEIaY

n Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams and N. .Y., recently after a: visit here with .their collective decisions: of the pe-opl.) C'&RY.. Howell Plaintiff "... Robert Robert Levine Plaintiff, -... ROM
mother Mrs. Edith )(Moseley Defendant.
are miles ahead of their politics Eire Howell Caw No. Levine, It.njant., Cue No. 16*? '
son, Edwin and Mrs. Shellle Hall Brown. leaders. Given th. tacts the IUS. ORDER OF PUHL.ICATION
of Jack- Mrs. J W. Brownlee and people
Richard ORDER OF '
J' are visiting In Tampa and other pass a map Judgment whirl ANI) NOT1CR TO APPEAR
of Mr.: and Nencie Bevan returned Tuesday I NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ron
;'ia the guest '
; ., South Florida towns this week. Miss Virginia, Lee Bates of West their leaders come around. U STATE OF FLORIDA to- Robert Levin, whose, residence :is Unknown 1
/t. ,Wa11.rr !I.. from Jacksonville; where Palm Beach is'ad'gueat'at the months or :years: later. Kloe Howell. \ whose aldence I. *
Nencie has been confined to the Take the doings of labor leader Unknown.You You ar''Ve'iulr.d to appear on
Mrs. W. U. Silcox and son. home:of, her uncl* and aunt Mrand"Mre.oi1 John L. Lewis .. are required to appear on Anaruat ., 1943, In the a.bo*
Riverside an exampleThe Auguet
ben more Hospital because of 1.11- 83rd., 143, In the above .
the time, Junior named Court and' cause, wherein
are Mrs.
; has visiting SUcox'ssoninlaw White.
: Miss
r ness. ; people urged legislation even named Court and fame* wherein 'plaintiff *e.ka divorce. Bradford:
iuoe for those declrina ato and daughter, Sgt. and I Bates reached ,here Sunday with) before the war started which would plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall pnbllaa
landrt to ,build. M. Mrs. Dan Hazen in have made such actions County:! Telegraph shall publlnhJhla thin Order In' netft tour weekly
Tifton Impoiil
I II Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman her cousin, Olin White! Jr., who Order: in next four weekly !issue,.
for sale retMonon ble. For two at least public "". I
a few Iota I spent the past week with relatives :rears: Witness my han>1 and' official
D. E. Knight, of the Victory Military Inn, mov- opinion surveys have shown tha Witness. my han and official peal at Stake Florida, thlaCOI
t'rm -- .Mrs. Shellle Hall and daughter,
in West Palm
nil Sharon ed yesterday to their new homeon :Beach. the public-Including labor Itself- seal' ?' "'"rke, Florida the..I July tut. 1943OFFICIAL .
nil. 7Z.Up. Edwin Williams and Mrs. Bu t01FICJA1. 1D4S. ( PEAL) A. 3. Thn.....
favored nU strlke
a legislation. ,
North Church Street and are SISAL)
Clerk of said Court.
of said Aa
Irene Hutto spent Sunday a t ready to receive their friends The State Board 'of Education the representatives of the people Ae Clerk ..urt. E. K. Ferryman. Stark. Florida
and Mrs. DeVVltt C. Jones Silver Springs and Eden Beach. theie. announces that teaching certificates needed to have this fact banged K.. for Ferryman Pit. Clarke 7-rfj FloridaAtty 4t S-1i Atty. for Fit. 1-13 4t SlaIN .

Ilnesvllle were guesta Sun- have been issued recently to Into their heads from a dozen different _____ j''

temOon of Mrs. S..L. Peek Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu Miss Daphne Norman (now Mrs. directions before they tool IN .rmrriT' coinr. nRtnponn nnrriT . Mrs. A. C. Stewart and daughter any:: action-and It Is doubtful U rot. 'MTV. ..UIUIt.'. i> CIIAN- "
and Mr. ,and Mrp./ .L., F.,,,Dlnklna W.'It.. Riser), based on four 'HA ...RY. ,
Miss Evelyn Stewart, return,, they will tak. as strong action a Spade Plaintiff Florence Palmer Pla I ntiff .VH.Urady .
Y vaWallace "
J Arthur TaUey Montgomery and.daughter,,Joan, are..enjoying I ed today "to their home In Fort years of college work','and to Mrs the, people want until they have :lMo': Defendant. Caw Palmer Defendant. Cane'

iffln\ Ga., ls the guest. of a month's stay at Bedford Lake. Lauderdale after spending the Emma Pierce Hill&t Lawtey, baaed bad a dozen more demonstrations No. sass.- 'I'1'lTni.Jc'ATJONANI' No. ISM
Eunt Annie Lou GodJ. two of"college work; of the vital need for It. ORDKR ] OIIDBn OP PtmLICATIONNr
Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. on years NOTIC-R TO APPEAR -\ NOTICE" TO ATPKATt! '
A few well-located lots for sale Another recent example was paye.yougo : STATE OF FLORIDA toi Wallace 8TATK or FLORIDA to UraitvPalmar
Flume. 'Barbour taxation Immediately! E. Moody whose r..ld.nc. In Un. "whose' residence ta L>i tI
to colored In Mrs. R. H. Tallahassee .
people Starke. Buy after It was suggested every poll known. known. I
[ W. KincaId'h ..returneda now while money la easy and lot spent several days last of showed the You are required to appear onAuguet You are required'to pppesracAugust '
has made
Charlie Powell, carpenter public opinion
i3rd. 1143, In the above Z3rd. 143, fn the ntwnvetiam
ten-day visit with her par. are cheap.-D. E. Knight. 7-9 4tp just finished repairing the roofon week 'at her Klngsley Lake cot people had made up their minds named Court and cause whrreln .Hl Court and cause, w>t..r.... !
Mr, and Mrs.; A. C. Durden,. I tage. She formerly lived here and were overwhelmingly for It plaintiff soaks divorce Bradford plaintiff peeks divorce and rentnr
of Mrs. A, E. Moltt
the'11ome (County Telegraph shall publlnhhie Ion of Maiden name tw..r..rd
and her' father 8. J. Sternburg, but It took congressmen many:: Order In next four Teli aha.ll. thla,
weekly County raph pnMlxh
npa. I Mr. and Mrs. 'JIm Forest and and .;now covering*.tha ome'oj s
to to It and then they
built the large house on Cherry agree :: lauea. Order In neat *
family left Saturday for Atlanta Tax Assessor ,and Mrs.. .JC.: ,W, bat did It In a half-hearted way. Wltneas my hand and official I I Witness my rn..W :JYalt'' :il

K. G. Duncan and children .Ga., to attend the wedding of a HatreU.i' j '. \ tf t St., Is now. 'owned'IMr. by'"' Mrs. seal at Stnrke., 'Florida- ,.: th I.OFFICIAL sal. *181jarkes Florida. this. July t
Rose; andy Carrie Rltch. PUBLIC JudgmentEven July l th. 1943. 17th .
r and Margaret relative. They will return this *-.11'0 ,- rtf 4 t ( MEAL) A. .J. Thomas (OF1'eiCZAL" )ilEA f.), A. 3. Thomas i iAa
Smith spent Tuesday, in I, week. Mi-*..:w. ,L.'"Wall ':-Mrs...FrankPalmer'and on questions of warfare,, A. Clerk of said Court. Clerk. of said Court. .
.. F. H. Long''returned Tues which a lot of us feel should not be Frank drum. Starkr, FloridaAty. !D. K. ".rryman, IIt.rk.1. :
mvllle. Mrs1. 4t1I
: .' Mae:Dickens .. for Plf. 7l 4t S-U Atty. for Plft '-;3 ,
decided public
day'evening from Jacksonville by parlor generals
_.._ _.._ _.__ ,
Johnnie Hagan returned Friday spent Wednesday afternoon In St. opinion has so far proved to be ... --- -: ----
where she several at
Lee Green and, children. fo' Sanderson, Va., after spending Augustine as guests of Major and spent days mON nearly right than expert opin
the home of her son-in-law and FUNERAL
tie, Marie and Betty Hazel a week here with his mother, Mrs. 1t... C. Wall and Infant son, DIRECTOR: 'J 'I '
En. Lawhorn were In Galnes- Mrs. Della Hagan and other rel William Herbert Wall daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car ion.The public,. tot' example was My Many Vee.ni Experience! Make It Possible for Me U header ,

|Friday. 0 atives. r'g/: roll. Mrs. Long was' accompanied practically convinced over a year EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COI7KTKOUS: 8KIU!: 'JCE
f> \ home 'by her eon, pvt.* William ago that Germany might be< ;
: :
{}f .. Robert Myrick has returned N: (Bill)Long, who' is on"a 'furlough knocked out of the war U we could MODERATE) PRICES -, i >
ted: Clean cotton raga NoN Mr. and Mrs. Joab Creekmore ;:from Flora. Miss., where muster up sufficient air power to '
from Camp Swift Texas. DeWITI' JONES
No but to.... Bradford Sgt. W. H. Phillips, Misses Glen- : ehe visited her husband .who is destroy her factories and demor 8t-rke, Florid *

|j Telegraph. tf na Hughes and Dolores Creek. stationed In an Army camp near allze her people. But military leaders .
Mrs. H. B.lyiq.Lendon and '
more spent Thursday! at Silver I there.- He has just been promoted pooh-poohed that Idea as "fan
daughter Jeannette, will return tastlc"-and not until the last few
Thomas F: 'Grady; wlll'i'eThursday Springs. 'I to. the rank of corporal. Sunday to their home in Orlando months have they:: come around to

| after ',spending this is probability. ,
after spending some time here as agreeing that now a
weeks in St. Louis, Mo., Mr and Mrs. James A. Lewis Never haul the time been more guests of Mrs. McLendon's parents .

[Mr. Grady. had as their guests Sunday Mr.. opportune for those desiring si Mr. and Mrs E. B. Mat. Pearl For at Harbor least, four according:years: to before the THEATRE

and Mrs. J. C. Robln.on of home to buy land to build. I thews. They will be accompaniedhome of the FLORIDA STARKEMJOMOHT

Pauline Torode, Mrs.: Whit Apopka and J. E. Robinson of Or- have a few lots for sale reasonably by Dr. McLendon, who will Public Opinion, theepublictotpposed

tin and, daughter. Sue a com- lando. and on termx.-D. E. Knight. arrive tomorrow to spend the me ampment scrap iron and ol SUNDAY" :tMOSYD.tY; !

d by Mr. and Mrs. Georgets Stnrke, Fla. 1.Up week-end here. to Japan. Even then, the people, SATVItUAVJt'LY -,: .

| of Lawtey spent Sunday D. B. White telephone engineer as a group sensed the fact that this '. I
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Marys, Ga., aa guests of arrived today from St. Paul, I Dottie Sue Biggs is enjoying a THERESSA Iron and oil was go.ng' to be used to t
'visit with her grandmother fight against us-but It wasn't until 4prHE
his vacation with vacation
Minn. to
Lonnie spend
Band Mrs. Roberts .
By )Miss Ida lIaKaD shortly before Japar. se bomber ..
er and sister-in-law of Mrs. Mrs. White In Starke and Fer- Mrs. O. J. Griffin In St. let out for Pearl Harbor that our

lie and Mr. Roberta. nandlna.EFOR Augustine. At present Mrs.: Griffin J. D. Williamson, who is in the !government leaders fli.ally put a

and Dottie Sue are visiting Marines is visiting his brother, halt to those shipments.It PS RIjT,3I',3I'
A. C. Griffin in Waycross Ga. R. V. Williamson, for several l III evidence HV this! which haled 1101

dayo./ Dr. George Gallup, director of: ,
1 the Institute of Public Opinion, who
sMaYaJ.Real V. B. Harrell is In the Jackson Mr and Mrs Cecil Moore and
has made opinion survey)
I more
1 Memorial Hospital in Miami wherehe sons of Belle Gla' are spending than any rran alive to say of such I

went for observation and treatment some time with Mr. Moore'a surveys!' "They have served to re

for Injuries received several mother Mrs. D. W. :Moore. affirm faith In the Judgment of the

years ago while working on a W. W Packham was a visitor common man. They have provided
sound statistical proof to back up
high tension electric power line. to Jacksonville Thursday of last the major premise of democracy,

week. which Is belief In public opinion." ,

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson Master Rex Brooklngs left last ANSWERS action t
have returned to their home after week for Alabama where he will !

spending a two weeks' vacationat visit his grandparents. Dr. Gallup has an Interestingway ,
Bedford Lake. While there of demonstrating the aound-
Mrs. Howard Moore and son,, nets of the collective opinion of a
they. had as guests last week-end William Howard, of Belle Glade, group of people. He will draw a

$$ It''iv.INF Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby andL. returned to their home Saturday Une three feet long on a blackboard

D.. Vlnlng. after spending.several months and ask each person In the room to
1 write slip of how long a ...
on a paper !
Ss Mrs. W. T. Holmes of Ft. My here with Mrs. D W. Moore they think the lln* Is. Although .: t,, 4

is visiting her brother, Jake Miss Dorothy Grlffls of Starkeis DO one may give Just the exact flgure. r a
ers visiting her sister Mrs. Claude the average for a sizable group t
Keene, and family. Mrs. Holmes Invariably Is three feet-th* right .
Mt' Mrs Batten
Batten. and are
returned from New York, M
just answer. '
Pepal-CoU) Company, Long Inland. City, N. Y. where she visited her husband, the proud parent,,of a baby son This) accuracy of collective opinIon +, ,r

Franchise Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville Chief Petty Officer W. T. Homesof named Thomas Dempsey Batten. as opposed to Individual opinion
U.S. Marines. Miss Hazel PnUUps and sisters, can be applied to aU kind of I'
Elizabeth and, Mildred, were,visiting things. One man may:: want pay.... { """

., Blankenshlp, their aunt,., Mrs, Margaret you-go.,taxation because be thinks &"'
Mrs. Herman W >'
It will save him money.
NAT SEZ: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gilbert., In. Jacksonville! one day may want it because be thinks It ,
last week.
of beet American Tomllnaon, and her soldier husband will make It easier for the government ,
Some our very Mildred Burke will leave
left on furlough Friday to to collect taxes Another may
alt up at the soda fountain for Chicago: 111., where
his Friday w.nt'It because he Can't seem to
t y,' 0 I,. sipping their favorite drink and spend a few days their homeIn par- she will join her, husband who save money for taxes. Another:

+'x griping their favorite gripe about ents. They will make has been In foreign service and is may want it because a friend of his,

how bad their government III Tennessee for awhile. back on leave. She will also visit whose opinion he respects, think. Paromovnt' Pr.NefgRobert' r
them wh'lIethe same It'. a good Idea. But when thereat
treating Clark and Mr and
Mrs. J. A. .
want it-
time In some Jungle their fellow Mrs. E.: R. Mar shburn and' Mrs. Norman Burke and .son, Bar- even, though majority each people may have a different PRESTON
'Mrs. 'S. P. t
snake Mona Claire
'Citizens are fighting Jap daughter rie. .I reason for arriving at the

and other vermin, getting all shot Vandlviere and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hagan of Jackson- same conclusion-there Is little .
life.. givingIt C. White and daughter; Mary Is sound Ellen DREW" "
to hell, maimed for George villa is here visiting her sister- question that it a program.The '
all for their country. What Frances all of Tallahassee were public usually gets what It

q have we at home ttf gripe about r week-end guests of Mrs. G.' W. in-law, Miss Ida Hagan. wants eventually In our democracy.But :

Alderman and Mrs. J. W. White. I' Everyone is invited to attend a lot of national headaches j"--( : : ) I

Christian Endeavor each Sunday could probably be avoided if we :.

evening at 7:30: o'clock and prayer could shorten the' period betweenthe
Never has the time been more meeting Wednesday, nights at time the people make up their
ONE MORE WEEK opportune for those desiring a minds and the time their leaders
the same timer; als. Sunday School
home to buy land to build. finally get around to doing something -
Church each Sunday !
at the Baptist
about it.
sale reasonably
few lots I
have a _
.=D. E. Knight morning at 10 o'clock.; !
and on term "" \m\ .n..T ('OI'NT, BHAIIPOIMI I
Starke, Fl.. '1-Z 4t P ..COl-JTY.' PLOHIMAli; I* CHAM- KRUGER
ON.SHOES I IeY..alel
Ram'Benjamin Kohn, Plaintiff, ... .a.-ew.N5
Clyde Norton formerly employ. By JI..... Anula., Crawford; ,*ttle/ Kohn D.f.ndant., Can No. M-awe,arise.,sews y r
15fa. aa.w..ru.
ed at the City Barber Shop here, ORDER 0V" PUBLICATIONANO I ,
back in Starke Saturday, Mr. and :Mrs.. Jess Vlnlng and I NOTK'E TO APPEAR .
was .
of Lake Butler BTATB! OF FLORIDA toB ttl
transacting business and visitinghis daughter. : Kohn WHOM r.>ldcnca I. 47 Pitt
i ie a physician. He is still on were 'visiting Mr., and Mrs J. N. 8tr '. New York Cltr. N; .w York.
You are regnlred! to unpear on
crutches having been suffering Kelly Sunday. Ausunt 23rd.. 194.1. In the above
J with an, Infected leg for the paa} :Mr.: and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and lamed Court and cam.. wher.ln

(0' nine weeks." He has' been visit. daughter, Doris, and Mrs. Artula County plaintiff Telegraph.e.ks dlvorf shall. Bradford publish

0 ; relatives in Jacksonville and Crawford and. baby. Shirley .thin. Order in next tour weekly

","Odds and.Ends.--" Ing Dade'city.M'r. Ann, attended the wedding of 1" 1tn".. my hand and official
Mr. Ben Renfroe" of New River atal at fllnrk., Florida, 'h I i.

teacher In and Nona Mae' McDonald o; July nth,. lie r f
.. Lois Mayes, A. THOMAN, yy't i
.. .." to Starke Mon Jacksonville Sunday Afternoon at Clerk of Mid pourt. l
,,..,..,---w e-+..we' B, H. S., returned (OFFICIALA. )
day after a month's visit 'among Hampton. Knl.ht l .* KnlSht. Stark.. Florida

t friends Washington, D.:' C. and 'Mr., and Mrs. Raymond Crosby Attjr*. for PU. _____ 723IV 4t -13 -, I Ih
and Mrs. J. R. Welly attended 'TCF ...WED. THURS JULY/27-' 2 8 .39
Toccoa Falls, Ga. She left Tuesday CRCf'IT COFHT. en4nPonnrol'VTY. ,
No RequiredThis Tltusvllle where she will to business. 'In'. Jacksonville FLOnli1A. HI 'HAN- t
Ration for '
Stamp remain with her mother Mrd Monday: ir.lm.*fHV:: Kean: Plaintiff vas Albert "LADY OF' BURLE$ 1LJEV'; '

Shelbourne until time for Mrs:; H. C. Kelly and sons, Vln- K;..n.ttr)1H.n ;.t. Can. No ZKTS. .
Alice and Mack, were B.-\RBA.it\ N\V ('K .MldlAKft'o'sHEA; } : .,, t
opening of school early in :ent; :Johnny NOTICE TO APPKAR ;.
the riskingrelatives in Jacksonville STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Albert ,,.-.. *** .
That I
Is Your Chance To Get September Sunday. K..n, whoa Ht, Albany,.ld.nc.o.or..la.I*.l lOSftlarkaon \.{, S.. ,

I St.nley'E. Brown, of Your Por. .: ,:Mr and Mre. Fate Brown of \uiu.t. are SSml.ran. 'jlra 141' to In appear th. above on. '::tt" {
of Mr. aRITZ'
dinner i
trait Studio on West Call Street Starke were guests tamed Court and .au..l wherein'jlalntlff
room'to his Brown's moth rMrs. Arte Brown ....ks dlvorc. Cuat""y nt i
his "dark ,, ,
moved Bradfinrtfountv
Extra Pair Of Shoes ([ held and Support.
other studio recently\opned at Sunday. Telegraph. shall publ.." {
Beach. He retained his Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Oliver Itili Order In next four weelrtyj MON JULY 23, i 26GENTLEMAN <1 I..MIy
Daytona here In the rear:'of the of Wlilte Houao1 were. visiting Mr. 1", Wlin.ss my hands and official,. 3IfIilIiN.- "
studio JLVI" L1
Supply Store and and Mrs J. NJ'ltelly Saturday.Mr pal l .' "'..1<.. Florida, Chi : ; ;
Main here and and Mrs.. Horace Knowles use 18th. )943. ERROL FLYNN ALEXIS SMITIfeaalalla7 .,
will take photographs )FFICIAi..5,(jerk of sal TCnn t .
Mrs. t
Beach for of r Starke were visiting
to Daytona ..
carry T arum,
developing rank" Thomas 'Sunday. tty. t r Plf. 7-M 41 icy -

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PAGE---- SD1 -- dren, Mike and Polly Ann, arrived -I lof land In Bradford COunty 7T

r- BROOKER visit turned In borne Georgia.after several day*' r reparation for an OffensivePapuan Jap FBI Agent time with Wednesday her mother to ,spend Mrs. G.some W, of property the southeast consist of quarter the north ana/halt 1

By Minnie Lou Hftzen Mimes Hazel! and Lottie Mae Rahme. southeast quarter of the the.
Mr. N. P. Gaskins has returned ,?? .
SWIMMING: PARTY Heard of Bainbridge, Ga., are visiting t 1 to Melbourne after spending east quarter of Seclon ts (01\11.!

Mrs. M. O. Harrell entertained'her relatives here. ti .e S ,1v some time with Mr and Mrs. tflp 6 south, range 22 east '
Sunday School class, the Intermediates Mrs. E. L. Odom and 'Mrs. r: Raymond Cornelius transaction was The
with a swimming Vance Russ visited relatives In records ,.9 the
Mrv. C. M. Dees and eons deed books In the office
party at Hampton Beach Thurs Georgia last Filday. of the
day afternoon of laat week. After Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn Charles and Billy, left Friday for Circuit Court July 7. 1943

a delightful swim, a picnic and daughters, Nancy Jo and Plant City after a visit here with

lunch was served to the 14 young of Wildwood, are visiting relatives.
May Lynn ire Arts taps of ssrtJjj,
the party.Dr.
people relatives here.Egt. xY '
1 D..! Hop at r"%. Y''
to +
returned RR Stump Buys Land
O. B. Hazen has returnedto Bob Long -
after spending .
his home at West Palm Brach Benning 30 1936 Edith 'B. 1..
furlough with his parents On July ,
,after a visit of several days with here.a Phelps of New York City sold to Buy More

relatives here. Ovid Lewis has returnedto A. Welle Stump, brother of Post .
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Atkinson Sgt. k "f'V War
Iltene and Joyce, the Ordnance Plant at Jackson. 8c. rx'r :master Fred F. Stump, also of For freedom',Sake Bonds
and daughters
visit here with his New York City, a 120-acre tract'i
after a
Miss. ,
', and Mrs Willie Mae demons :

+ visited In Georgia last week. mother. small HE POUT OK COUNTY IMVtMCKSHit a
Atkinson hasre Mis. Bill Plummer and .II/FT>III> 'O'IN'I'i
:Mrs. Maryann .
.. LJ For T". Yen r .]nd'.*.September SO, JlI"J
Report of FTnancea. for the year
Ji County endlnsr: September
V'V p.. AND ECONOMY RIDE vf< n,.' Hoard of County Commh..loner. or of County, and
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT Datives in New Guinea unload supplies for our fighters from E. Y"" ,b'v "y 'elC hereby 1941.published under provl lon Chapter 12804. Floridu"'Ntilptn, ,
New Guinea wa. a part of the ,area of a hare -
a transport plane. J. 111. LEtp: COMPTROLLER!
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR American offensive which appeared to be drawing out the Japanesenavy Tokutaro Nlahlmnra. Japanese CONSOLIDATIO-l: OJl' ALT. FUNtol''! ) liv
for an fight on the bleb.seas. of Investigation :
i open agent of the Federal Bureau HNOIdI: P.1'N!
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORl\IA TION Is pictured as he told Cash Balance/. October I, 11(41( l

PLEASE PHONE 147 .._ '.. .. ..___.' .. .. ....... .. .0_ members of a house committee Current Tax .Redemptlona Ad valorem Taxes S 18.H12 616,9 84) > .561 u i|
:: : : ; :. .; :: ::::.: : that laxity of officials of the relo- Licensee. 2.862,42

. ; cation carrp at Manianar. Calm, (County Officer*) 859.98
: !
f {Nai..e'f ,the! :P 'Ie rowd.ei fn"aa.e'o '6,201.19Racing
., ...P .. ; ..... were causing pro-Japanese ,
J STATION, .... ., ., \ ; CommlitMlon 15,896 47
UNION BUS .>.!.c".""' ,.....". .. .. .." . ". ,. .., to stir' up trouble.Healing Miac.llaneous I :; Receipts 104.SO I
()a 1)1..,,:, week In this space will tw presented a picture ,
tdt LACY CONWAY, Agent and word portrait, oi.aomeou whoM nameU new) With Art Intangible 68.37
Bonds .,
Rotunda, Sale of Investment: *, Etc. 1.427.88
Temple Are. Starke, Florida r e As Custodian of Mine for the United Total Receipts. *' '
1. States government Harold L.. (ekes. Secre i 88,839.1}
tary of the Interior, has been in the center 'E Hter Total Available KXPENUITUHHW i 6310111 1

VV of the recent coal strikes. General Admlniiitratlon I ::10.934.89JAW k'
mot, Being In the center of a struggle Is nothing Enforcement A Court Costs 11,456.79!

A i new for Ickes. Since 1907, when he became active Koad Welfare. and. (All Bridge Phases" Expenditures) aO.I8/i.e4 8,283,03
in Chicago politics his life has been a 5' Publicity' 1,86000
Af 3.eellatn.oue
series of political campaigns and reform Rxpenaea 8,008.08: :

r movements. Now 67. Ickes has the distinction .Funded:; Ja Debt Debt IncludingIntereHt' ,838.68 None
of having been secretary of the interior Other Debt Expenses None
longer than anyone who has held the post. Invettmenta None
froni'his Unpaid Bill., October 1. 1941 Non.
r e At 10 be came to Chicago native Total Authorized Expenditure 1111,811.60
Pennsylvania and worked his way through L... Bill ,Unpaid Sept. 80, 1942 None
.M td' 'University of Chicago. After four years Net Dlnburnements. .
:'' as a newspaper reporter, be returned to the Cash Balance, September SO, 1941 : 65II1HO
13.3901 91
at university for a law degree. About the time' ..
.began practicing he became a driving forcein 1 ** V V' Total Disbursements and Caoh Balance i 09,20141 | 0
and national reform A.lllm'rlll
city, state politics.
Value of
County Buildings and Equipment < t 7ft.SOOO .
1 Diligence and sensitivity are. strong Ickes ; Value. of County Road Equipment' I 6,666oe r
asa.aiaisa characteristics. When Ickes wasp named pub- y3f o' 7. Invextmente None | t
'.'lie Works' administrator, one columnist labeled o
Bill. or Vouchers, September 80, 1943 None
him with a nickname which has stuck Bonds. Outstanding September 30, 1942 Non S
Harold ) Ickee It.was '"honest Harold." Judajments, September. 30, 1942 st, None |
'"" t
VVfr V Other Indebtednena, September. SO, 1>4S ." None j
6 r u t 6t

RICH l.a t
daughter of Peru, Ind.,*.are ,Visiting children and Mrs.. Larson Mintz HIM Bonnie King..New Zealand SEA FOODS '- CHICKEN.DINNERS
1 1., relatives here. and daughter ,Bobble, of Jacksonville member of the American Bed

Pepul-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Miss Lucille Thomas of Gainesville visited relatives here Sun- Cross, admire the earring of a STEAKS CHOPS
Co. of Jacksonville executed by Marine Private -
Franchise Bottlers Pepsi-Cola Bottling crocodile
relatives here
was visiting; day.W.
C. Crosby, Seaman '2-c, of Albert Cook while be was convalescing -
I'rlda .
) U. B. H..all1..pital
Mrs. Nora Sapp, Mrs. Resale Green Cove Springs, visited hut m New Zealand.a A program of eo TEMPTING, TASTY. SANDWICHES

C Carlton, Mrs. Jake Keene and parents, here Monday. cnpatlonal therapy teaches oar DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
Miss Hazel Crosby Is visiting wended various aria.
Carolyn Mrs. W. T.
daughter, ; ,
"TAKE CARE Holmes and Mrs H. B. Crosby friends In Macclenny.. i

4L4 were shopping In Gainesville. last Pvt. Talmadge Kelly of Valdosta Hampton Happenings ,A & A LUNCHEONETTE'In

Friday. Ga., visited his family here By Barbara Home

OF THE THINGS Pfc. and Mrs. Hershel Laylleld Sunday. Mrs.' Kelly and Infant Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida
daughter accompanied
and son Darrell, of Valdosta, Ga,
are visiting relatives here: Georgia where they,will make wedding of unusual interest

YOU HAVE"SAYS Mr. J. P., Roberts and Mrs. their home. took place at the home of Mr. -"'- .. .... .r
r Bill Harris were shopping in Mrs. Daisy. Fisher, who has and Mrs. C. C. Wynn Sunday
afternoon July 18, at 3 o'clockwhen
Gainesville Tuesday. been principal of the Brooker
Roscoe Chesser sot Winter School for several years, has resigned Benjamin F. Rentroe (better. Prompt Service Careful Drivers

p, Haven spent last week with his to accept ,a position a* Known among his friends as Uncle
aunts, Mrs. Lee Gainey and Mrs. supervisor o( tthet VnJon County Ben) and Mrs. Mae Nona McDonald

Annie Pinholster, schools and will ba assistant to of, Jacksonville were Starke Taxi Service

'THE O.C.D.V"CITIZEN'S r '" George Baxter is' visiting in Supt., Warren... united*in the holy bonds of matri- ,

Louisiana. Mr. and :Mr. L. O. Hazen and mony.
HANDBOOK Howell of Alachuaare Uncle Ben, age 70 years young,
Mrs. and son
WAIT, visiting her daughter, Mrs. daughter, Minnie Lou, and Miss and Mru.: McDonald, age 73, and '. Phone 150'Da
FOR Jaunlta Feagle, were In Gainesville fine
Eury Stokes. looks much younger, were a

,' \ it's common sense'tormake'thlngs a'ab ,. lit Class Petty Officer Ivan Sunday.. looking couple ,tor the many a.1-

last as Hazen visited, his father' Satur. Mr. and Mrs. ,Ardell Crosby of miring trlends of Hampton, Lake Night
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie .New
Butler, Starke, River Sampson -
long possible; and day.Mr.: and Mrs.* Sanford Ritch Futch ,of Lawtey were Sunday' Raltord, Tampa, Hellbionn

t wartime conservation and. Gene. of Starke spent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyon and Jacksonville, who came to

r dictates that you keep week-end with Mr. and Mrs.: L.,A. Crosby.. wish, them a. long, happy. and '
youf!home and. your keep your home ,Ingood Brown "Bill Nichols of ,1' Jacksonville useful life.

possessions In good order for the Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of spent the week-end with' his family Re)'. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes

1- order ''and. repair. duration. So says the Mlanopy were visitors 'here Sun- here. performed the ceremony.' OFFICESUP'P"L

Brush up on the many Office of Civilian,De-. da/. Mr. and Mrs. Mike, Tilghmanwere ,Sunday School Party
Friends of R. T. McDavid' will in Jacksonville on business
j skills which will help, fense. Mrs. Maude Andrews' enter.
know,that he continue. Monday. '
be glad to
I I tamed Her Junior boys and girls
\ to improve and was brought home Mr. and :Mrs. Howard JHott and I'E S
; ': UT'PLAX. AND OTHER LOWE BROTHERS FINISHES from the Alachua Hospital last Mr. and Lyon Crosby:, were In of the Methodist Church with a
at Hampton Friday
" AND ITS POSSESSIONS Gainesville 8aturday.aFriends party
, I HELP' PROTECT YOUR HOME Sunday. i night ,Swimming and games
James T, Sowell, who !. stationed of little Sarah Carlton r i-iJT rr j j-rrf r-r r r r-rr-f rrj j j
+ and later a picnic -
i L Je Brothers at Hilton ,Head Island, will be sorry to; hear thai;; enjoyed
was served. Those present
PER PINTv S.C.: ,' spent Thursday at borne she is very 111. We Stock
to enjoy the occasion were Florence Many Items Needed In Ordinary
'' :' with his family and friends and. Mrs.. Alma Mathl* and children .
Van Alstine, Billy Dyal, Hilda -
i PL'AX visited his R. T. Mc- of Jacksonville are visiting rela-
grandfather .
Brown, Mabel Smith Marie Business
; Routine Both And Mili-
70c. Davld" i In the Alachua CountyHospital. tives ,here. Cannon, Jean and Helen Adkins,
FINISH Lee Green of Jacksonville spent
V ;I FOR ALL ENAMELING Mrs. H. B. Stokes who has been the week-end. here ',V"wit h his Andrew Paul Green and, Carlos Billy Page Myers.Donald, tary., Let Us 'Supply l Your. Needs

very ill at the home"of her brother family.Mr. .

for porfoct enamelinG f*-i that racists hard woa and Truby Dyal, In Gainesville and Mrs. E. C. Long and Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville -.. ._--__ -
'' I wits on any surface. Easy: ,abu.? Economical too. has visited Miss -- -
f for the .past several weeks, daughter, Betty spent the week-end herewith
; to apply. quick to dry. A ordinarily II\Mdecllo.reBnl only one vest Ie returned ,to her home herej Marion Dowling In Jacksonville her' parents Mr. and Mrs. f Aet'ountBooke, Box Files :I
| tough.b.autrgle> Stng1pr !; Henry Tyler, Seaman '3-c, of Monday. D. D Gay. Addin 'Maehlne' Paper & Ribbons i

Panama City visited his parents Mr,'and Mrs. Grady Baxter of Mist Kathleen Clemons has Desk Blotter. Pads Cardboard I

Here Saturday. Baldwin spent Sunday with relatives returned to Miami after spending Card Index Files '

I Mr. |and Mrs. Abe Crosby and bere. a few weeks at Hampton Lake Desk Calendars File' Folders
with' Mr. and :Mrs. Purvis Hazen
l BrothersFLOOR, Tough and lona-Ustlng. and 'and Mrs. T. E. 'Gummed Kraft Tape i
lowe Mr. Duncan. '
to apply to Interior floors of ... Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads &, Ink
Mrs. Mae Sweeney and daughters .
.Withstand HEROES
wood concrete. AMERICAN
w hard w.ar-clans..silr. Norma, Jean and Connie, Eraser lImee Ink ;

BY LEFF' ,,,, and Mrs. C. L.: May and daughter Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts ;

1 ,. Sylvia, were shopping in I Legal Blanks Legal Pads :
ENAMEL auk S::1. Qalneavllle. Tuesday. I Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits .

Mru. Alvin Streeter, wife of Carbon ,Paper Second Sheets ,

Sgt. A. C. Streeter, returned ..Wednesday Typewriter Paper and Ribbons i I
after spending two week Typewriter .
Oil and Cleaner _
In Evansville, Ind.
Onion Skin
loweSrofAers hoiiv4 8m/lien' t Dennis Parker S 1-c of the Mimeograph Paper
411 / 1 Post Binders Paper Punches I
Coat Guard. stationed at St.

'MELLO-GLOSS :HIGH STANDARD Augustine; spent the week-end at Duplicate Receipt- Books :
Ring Binders "
borne. Salespads

WALL(StNt-eioss PAINT HOUSE PAINT 'Mr. and Mr.,G. P. Wadsworth,I I Stenographer's Notebooks :

8avea- Ccvera St'., and Mr. and Mr, Gordon Shipping Tags : Merchandise Tags
? I%Its beautiful lona-last-' solidly more '.r \Vad worth and family spent I Rubber. Type Outfits Postal Labels

I .lustre'ing.' finish satiny U* .a .<,uar. loot $3.25,- Sunday with relatives. at Haw Aico-Grip Tabbing

i U.ily cleaned 50 -per gallon rerGaL thorne. Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
and. I.pnada,1", 1>(h. F. M. Witt of :Miami isrlsitlng Steel
with;soap Letter-Size
..t.... Fad
VIrs..:M. Watterson.. Mimeo Styli
o Little Eob Holly left Sundayfor And'Many: OtherIt'ems.. i

Lake Worth to spend a few .

,' BUY U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS' weeks' with his grand-parent .

M,. and L Mrs. Carlton Chaatain ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL,
and daughter, Suellen. are settled
In the Silver Lane apartment PRINTINGBracUord'County

after a few months stay in Jack- '

Two bourf after the {Ul-fated destroyer Hammann w.. peak, her lonvflle. C
4 SISTRUNK iklpper. Comdr. Arnold Ellmrortb True was rescued from 1..le. Miss' Lola DItty, of Wllllston

i I and found la he supporting two entitled men. He himself WM .) spent' the week-end. here with.riendt ,
FEED & SEED e.hau'led dial be did not realize both" men were dead. Comdr. Tme
who awarded Ih. Nary Crap and the. Di.llo.uUbed Service Medal TelegraphPhone
the. Mrs. Ida Mae Craft of Jacksonville -
for heroism typifies the spirit of oar men in arms. They Ii"i !
STORE. Until 'of their' endurance., Do YOUR parti Buy more War Bond Is the guest of her dater -' '

Stark4, Fla. nd !llam".1 Mrs. Lynn Hall. 29 Starke, Fla.:

.. Mrs. Grafton Adkina and chll-


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I I U U IM fiitttiT COI-IIT. Bn 'nroitiIKHV. > named Court and cause Wherein. ; 1
C'III "I" 'LOIII.'I I' I U., plaintiff seeks ilivorce anil no other !
& relief rirn.lfonl County ToloeraphKhali
UBIkADWAY Mary Wilson I Ks.ler Plaintiff va.Charles publish thin Order In next !
., Krnest Kmler, efnaant. four weekly .Issues.
SUCCESSFUL J K"LLYWOODBy 1 Cane No. U6t.OUI.mtt'lIF'. warms my hand and official
VI'WLIfATION: Seal' "t Btark. Florl.U t h 1 5 j
AND NOTICE TO Al'PKAK 291 th "f June, 194J.OFFICIAL '
STAlK OK KI iRlUA toChurlea ( Melt,) A. J. ThomasAa (
Lee O. LyonFor Ernest KmUr, whose rexldnu-e. laKalrvlew Clerk of said Court I
PARENTHOOD Avenue, Hoonton NewJersey. John J. Henderson. for 1
tie first time Walter Phi- rif. 721Ij
You are required to appear on
\ (eon'* 13 triple C sU. shoe proved AuojUHt 2nd. 1941 In the above
m lileaalnc. but not to M.In. On named Court and cause. wherein. eistr't'l'r toinr. nn\i>F-c>RD j
seeks d COITY: Fl.WlllUVl m ('SIAN.
plaintiff '
.- III.Ml of "Madame Curie," Director t'liuntv: Teli>Krai>:or.h'.11B publishthis C BHV.

r Mervvn LeRoy. picked biff six-foot- Order In next fuur weekly Ho Iff M an FlaT n d r a a s r .Joseph,
i IT MBS. CATHoaac coiauu EDWMMAModate ) few 25O pound Tom Kennahan Issue Plaintiffs v*. Walter H Joseph l5ofndant. .'
Witness. mv hand and official Cane No. *8HO.
from si' crowd of extra to playcomedy a URnER OP IMTHLICATICW '
seal at Starke, Florida this
; .1 Una*. Fareale" Mo.oah>* wailer In a efe scene of the AND NOTICE TO APFEAK '"I
L1tL looked tm'FMhrPh1.! ) A. J. ThamaaA STATE OF 'IAUUlIA to: Walter- "
I fil... LeRoy sizing him ap at
flerk of said Court. B. Joseph whos resilience I* 27 I '
HARMONIOUS HOMES PREVENT DELINQUENCIES hi. *hoe* and aid "You'll has. to William T>. Morgan. Jackaonvllle, Cleveland Street. Charleston Suuth '
wear other shoe in the picture** Flo.) Atty: for I'lf. 7.3 1-S3 Carolina. '

There'i a great deal of talk and A child grows up to feel that other Rennahan bashfully. explained that August You are 5th, required 194.1. In the to above appear' named on ,"
alarm these days about the pair of shoe ho had on were the incriT 'eol'tt'r flu turoson Court and wherein ,
Juvenile de cause
I people are dependable If be has first <'<>!' MTT>'. PLl>Hlll l\ ltH, plain
linquency and there's only ho owned. RoiuctantivLeRoy tiff seeks divorce Hradford. County t
no blinkingour of all found his i own parents de- < Kit: V. I
elect another Harry W.II...... Jr., ... Telegraph shall publish this Order
eyes to the fact that It is on the pendable. was about to Plaintiff, In next tour weekly Issue. i

Increase.: But while we are ."view. Then. try to be fair to each child extra for the part when Pidfeon No.Isobel 1661.Wallace, Defendant. Case \Vltne my hand and official

Ing with alarm" It Is comforting to in the family. Don't blame your poke .... Try" three on," he .Mid oIU'.JR OF PrilMC-ATtOV Tth Deal IR43.OFFICIAL at "Mtark. Florida this July I

remember that no one. not even self because ;you can't help finding taking off hi* own shoe. They fitted I HTATK ANn> MOTK-H OF FLORIDA TO AI'PKAIt ( SEA I,) A. J. Thomas r

the most harum-scarum adolescent, dainty. thoughtful Jean more at- perfectly thus Insuring Rennahanthe I Wallace whoiw residence to: I.iHonet 170 As Clerk of said Court.

u chooses to be a Juvenile delinquent. tractive than her awkward harum- opportunity to earn a) few extra Kant: Pot Koad. White Plains New T. Frank I.nndruni Stark Flnrltli.
Atty. for I'lf. >IT 4t 7-30
He is most dollar Incidentally PIJ shoe York. -
oftenpushed Into the scarum sister Tony (or maybe you .eons ------ .
role against his will and the reasons I. 'the. only one of Lie .Iae on she \uu are required to appear on .
naturally; prefer Tony's type). Your I
August Znil. 1041 In the abuvenuinvd IV, fllldlT ('ol'n'r. till \UFO.II)
for his delinquency are apt to own tastes don't suddenly leave ;you .entire M-C-M lot I Court and pause, wherrlnplnlnllff -OI "' 'r'-. FLUUIItll a, lI.N. ,I
be found In his family relationships. Just because the children in Pasta Captain Clark Gable are 'I nreka. dlvort-e. Bradford ChltV.Anne: >
# 4 There never was a time when fathers question welcoming (Me great ftar back to 'I County Tli>srrui>h ahall publlMhthla Uavls Mays Plaintiff' vs. I' "
are your daughters But '
you I Order i Innext four weekly Carl Jefferson May, Defendant. .
and mothers and children can make them both feel equally the .cr..,. though kit appearance it IssueH. Case No. JUtt.AM '

needed to be better friends than loved and appreciated for their brief. I til in the Office of War /". Witness. mv hand and official ('IU.1oI1110' l'unLI'ATION
they do today because this Is a formation short fubjeet, "Wingt Neal nt Stnrke, ft-lot'Ida, t h Is !) NoTicw: TOWTATE A1'PliAi-t '
,' 3 0 fr own special qualities This goes Jiilv t..t., 1M3.10FF1CIAL. OF FL.OHIDA to! Carl
time of great uncertainty of strain for boys too. You may have to Up which if currently being shown IoINA r.) A. J. Thomas Jefferson. Mays. whose residentIn

; and worry; and trouble. As a result show' your love In a different way ,in the nation'* theatre G4"'.'. A. Cleik of IlI&ld"rl.. 1504 Heabourd Avenue, South No,.

adult nerves are apt to be on narration of the /Urn bring pltat- William D. Morgan Jacksonville. folk VlrtTlnla.t .
for each: child-a caress for' demonstrative .'h.. Ally for nt. '
.a to
f1 7-21: M. vaulted appear on
; : edge and youngsters react to that Jean a keen interest ant metnonet. By the "' a Utterjtttt Aii -n t Uth. 1043. In the above nam- 3
and to the general nervous tension. In her swimming progress for tom received from on. e/ Gable's i'11 ('inr-i'IT f-oiitr. IIn tHYOttl ..il. Court: and cause, wherein plaintiff !

It Is a truism to say that what chil- boy: Tony a little show of depend. font in England reveals that .h. ham n :I':'l'1. FLO"IU\I l\ Iii t.. of Maiden peek, Name divorce. Kradford and resolution County: .1 '

dren need most of all is a sense of ence on the son who prides himself seen him in "Cant With the Wind"fourteen Hum J. Ht-hnelter, (Plaintiff vs. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn \

security. We are too apt to toss oil on being a man a mother-un ttmtt-nnd--ihe it ttill Maig-arnt n.! Mchnelter Defendant. next four weekly Issue. .

that remark as though security was derstands attitude for the sensitive ?. Case No. 2554.UlttJEH t>sauces. my Intuit and official \
goAl 0'' pt'MLK'ATIO.V: seal. ut mark: Florida, this July ,
something ;you could hand a child la.' who isn't going to find it easyto Hall, directing William Powell AN1> NOTICK TO AITIOAU Sri. 11)43.OFFICIAL) I
Greet the Day With a Weil-Balanced Breakfast in a neat little package. As a mat face a turbulent world. and Hedy Lamarr in "The Heavenly 8TATK OK FIXJU1DA to: Mar. ( SEAL) A. J, Thorn- .j'

(See Recipes Below) ter of fact, security Is what we Of course there are many.causes Body" discovered for the first time r..t C. $chnelter. whoa, realdtnce. A* Clerk of said Cnurt. "'

aU want and very few. U any. of that in all his at the studio Carrie Avenue New Philadelphia Paul. Vetter. Jacksonville Florida .I
Good Morning! outside the family which contributeto years Ohio. Att,. for fit. Tit 7-80. ; 1
Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving us have. You can't count on se delinquency especially In war Powell has never eaten In the You are required to appear on \ '
curity. The thing to do Is to be time. And there are splendid M-G-M commissary. Powell's cook AuariiNt 2nd. HUH. In the above i-v ruin" COI'RT. lilt 'i>roiti.
Breakfast remedies named Court and rauxn, wherein ('Os VM rEvalue: IHA.M-
A ,
breakfast? squirt prepared for the
quite box lunch which
opposite. the
What's your In community activity whichwe prepares a star plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford usia a'.
of orange Juice and a sip of_coffee The greatest service we can do our will discuss another time. But eats right on the set County: Telegraph shall publish William H. Kndsley. Plaintiff vs. i t ,
cereal. Baked ApplesReadytoEat children Is to bring them up to be bulwark1! In the opening sequence of thin Order. In next four weekly Nora IInd.I.: )'. Defendant case No. :
fruit the best against youthful
or Cereal brave and dependable people. ableto -Balaan" Filipino civilian are pie. Issues. 11673.ORDER 5.
toast and unhappiness i* a harmonious home. Witness my hands and official Or PtTBCIOATION '
eggs needto Cream and Sugar face what comes with courage. Children who have fathers and lured evacuating a military ...... ""al at Ntarke! ., Florida, thl ANn NOT1CH': TO Af'l'hJAft f
toffee? No Old-Fashioned Popovers How can we do this They are carrying what effect they 10th., day of June 194J.OFFICIAL STATH OF FLO %DA to: Nora i ,,
tell you which In the first place we can show mothers who love each other and could .I".e. Of of ( HK2AI.) A. J. Thomas jCndeley whose last known address. -
course "
With Jam .
In whom they can confide and a A. Clerk nf said Court was Chandler: Oklahoma. '
at you can start Beverage'Recipes them that their own parents are them have their household bird In J. 8. llarrlnnn Jacksonville. Florida You are required. to appear on '
i mao-slied people they can depend on., Don't home where they really; have a good their cafe. (Filipino are famous Atty. for Plf, 7-, 4t 7-JS Aua t>-t' 8tr,- IM1. In the above named 1 ,
is Given teU Johnny one minute that he can't time even though there is disc love Court and cause wherein plaintiff f'"
dijr'i work on, i : for their of bird.) Al the time. l.ciitn IT toileT' nu\i>poitn seek divorce. Bradford County '
well freedom these I
pllae are
as as
there? A break- have something and then because this sequence was being f hot therewas "O" NTY. Pl.OIIIUAl IS lllKIIV. ,\>- Telegraph shall publish this Order f". ;
bit should supply almost a third of If possible have eggs for break h* teases for it change your mind the> kind of youngsters who will not a sufficient number of wire <' In next four weekly Issue. \ ,",. I '
and tell him he can. On the other grow up to be an asset to their bird available In Walter Allen Johnson, plaintiff v... Witness toy hand and official ., rI
the day's calories and food value.A fast-with bacon if you can manage eagee Hollywood, Anna I.aiirn, Johnson Defendant. seal at Starke, Florida, this July '1
will It but remember that a nice hot band don't promise him some treat community and their country: with or anywhere else for that. Matter. Case No 356SOltDISk I 6th, l 4t.OFFICIAL. I I
slight breakfast prevent you and forget to keep your' promise. out going through a stage ot law. The Vietorr Drive for scrap melaU OF'' PUML.ICATIOM: ( BKAL) A. I. Thomas ,
from waking up ,fully: -and thus bowlful of oatmeal will give a goodly Try to be consistent and be fair. lessness. and the WPB order forbiddingmanufacture ANn NOTICK' TO AI'I''' AIt As Clerk of said Court.Joe. I I.!
realize 7ouIfuli.quotaof quantity. of health. Then. of 1 8TATI3! OH- OHIDA to: Anna, Hill Williams. Lake Butler Fla.Atty .
ItartIng : of such article nude Laura Juhmon whose. residence laLnknowa. for fit. 7.1.n. 7I t
production whether you're on the course; 'you can vary the menu purchase of abe number required .- '

borne or factory front. But. treat with pancakes trench toast and waf impossible. For the !cake of anthen.licily August You are 2nd.required 1841 In to the appear above on 5 oTifH OF'TAX' A rri.ic I.HMISenate \riosf> ron I
the first meal of the day: with the flea when the mood strikes you. -H-Q US"E this scene could not be dim named Court and cause, wherein < Bill No. ISIS)' .'

same respect :you do the other two. Baked pears or apples are a gcod nated. Finally. .. a way out was discovered plaintiff' seeks divor.... Bradford NOTICK) HBIiWBY lIVEN = r
County Telegraph shall publish That 1"'of./ Paekham holder of I ,
and you find yourself refreshed and fruit for' breakfast variation. Try arJ- -the cage pictured were his Order In next four weeklyiHUe TalC Certificates Numbered respertlvely. (

do apples this : borrowed front a Hollywood scrap *. t Number. It I..u..dthe 7th,' I
than ready to Job- way
more :your
: pile and after being used were Wltn** my hand and official slay of Alt/runt. 1585; Number lOll,
and do U well. Baked Apple With OraD&eMarmalade seal at Starke, Florida, thla 109 and lift Issued the and, day
returned.For .
Filling. HOM.Ety June Sinn. 1949 i of Heptember, l40t and Number t '
3 you're still in doubt about the th. talcu of the all female tO5'FICIAI.. rllOAL.) A. J Thomas 1S1 Issued. the Ind, day of Aurimt. ,
value of a good breakfast, look at f.elect apples that are suitable for 'east in "Cry/ 'Havoc'."Joan Blondtllit Aa Clerk of said. Court. 1937 has filed same In my office \

breakfasts fed servicemen. Do baking. Core and fill cavities with demonstrate the T. Frank andrum, Starke Florida.Aty. and has made. application for Tax I '
you going to art of I
for Plf. 74 4t 13 Jeed[ to be Issued thereon. : ,
think they could get up and do their orange marmalade. Prick skins :DapWe "Taking it off" or snore directly Maid certificates respectively. embrace (I t' l

work if it weren't for fruit, cere- with fork and place In a baking pan PATRICIA DOW "strip teaie.: Joan demonitratet I (s'orv's'Y'Fliw'Trens "' 1. 'm.1 I'd tllA.: the In following the County described of Uradford. properties ., "'I j ,

il>. eggs toast or hotbread and with a little water. Cover with lid the method to Margaret Sullavait Noble tIutterfIeld Plaintiff State of Florida, I

beverage for their first fare of the and bake in a slow oven until ten I Author ot Stso.v Mity'* Kitchen_ and Ann Sothern. Hut' the Legionof ...., James, K. sitterfieid Defendant Wi4! of Lot I II In .Woodlawn Hee.JO 'I' 1
Decency need not worry. It'. the Case No. 2.187OltDlCH TWP. ,5 H It., XI H, rontalnlnstAcres I''I' ,
day? No, ma'am..Breakfast der. Remove lid Just long enoughto OF T'tIRt.H''rIONANII morn or: lesa In embraced ,: J
brown. are learning to change our name mock strip tease act Joan has NOTICM TO ATI'IOAU under until Certificate No. 79.hi i It I
affords a grand chance ways of thinking about food and been featuring in the numeroutcamp BTATW OF FLORIDA lo: James )* of '."< 5. AH '."'" |10L It A :I .
lor you to get your vitamin Bl- Creamed Chipped Beef Omelrt. meal planning. In pre-war dayswe : shows ice which, ,h. hat been 11 'Hatterfleld, whosw resldenutt. Is W'/u of Lot II In Woodlawh ""n. IDTwp. ) '
that (Serves 8)) served with Unknown. 5 H. ft. a* hI.. containing 3(1( I
Important morale vitamin a lavish hand con- I:::carl'ltfl. You are roaulred to appear on Afire. more 01 less In enibtaced
winch prevents nervousness and 1 cup chipped beef cut fine cocting desserts a.' an exciting: A glance at the schedule of plcItirr AiiKMxt' l 1111..Ii.. 1141: In the above under said' CertiflrtulA No, ms.Cm ,
1U cups white sauce: extra to finish meals more than now shooting at the MrlroldwyiiV1ayrr namod Cuurt and miiNe., wherein. of Lot U In Woodlawn flea. '
restlessness. You need this vitamin ,. n....k..* dlvorue. Bradford' 10 Twp. 0 Ph., H 3i El, containing It '
plaintiff i
6 adequate<<; orojirnutritlpnneeds.: (;.. | lot lit Culver Cily, .
every day-and Us best sources are eggs County Teloitrnph "hiill im.<> ArreM nwtre i p 'IASN, Is embrai.auunder J. '
whole 6 tablespoons top milk There ls"n< place for luxuries In I'.al. will reveal Leo the Lion taking this. Order In next. four weekly I said Certificate No. 109. t
grain cereal and bread-and wartime planning. Food supplies are hi. slur la all part of the' cinrinaworlfl lNHIIftt.VlfnuHH. $: .hltt' $VVJ least. ,. teaspoon salt I limited \ hay luind and offloinisnnl 11 H US i 14 rontalnlnwr; 10 Acres, i
} teaspoon and everything we eat must and fur cmi.lruclive vurluMes at flllU"ke. Vim: l'ldn. thin July niore or less, Is embraced underul I'' \
On warmer days serve oatmealor a contribute to our food needs. Desserts 14,4,. Churlc: '* '", ulrhlo.. and DonnuKrrd 10111 194:1.: > >t t'flrtiricHte No. 12A. '.{ I
whole wheat cereal on cooler Fold chipped beef Into whit. I I can no longer be served as Irk a Jap liomlier crew III (OFFICIAL. SKAfA.. 3. ThnmnsAn N'4 of r<,l'3l4 of /HWV K of n.. ','. ','
Beat until! fluy.add then I Clerk of said Court. 10 Acres 1'4.' ... 2H Twp. 5 8. H, S3 \ i iI.
days sauce eggs '.
use the enriched ready.to.eat something extra but must earn a AuHimliu in 'I lie Man irasni Down T. Frank T.nndruni, Htarke. Flnilcla 11, contnlnlnv 10 Aries, fiuUM or .
cereals which are unratloned. When milk. salt position in our daily diet by carry. Un
the berries and pepper. Melt ing their full share of food values. Dirk lu.rpe I I. piloting 13 actresses :" No. 121. fc ,
and fruits start coming IV flllfl'IT < "111'1'. Illl UtPOIIIt The asHesumonf of said propertytinder 1 I, ,
In. use a few of them with the ceresl enough butter or Although desserts must be taken 'ilir>nifli the ..Ii.'* of Kalaan in "Cry'Havoc. ('0 I'""I'1' I.OIII"11 155 t ""4.C nald certificate. 74 wa* 4 '
for margarine Into a more seriously than they have beenin '0, lfli.I1"tlT .' Major part of the IreneDuniir. ..au'. In the name of furl Ilerkeri theRVHommtint 1
a delightful breakfast dish. the past it doesn't mean that Spencer Tracy film, **A GuyNamed I'lmu' I If Waldon. Plaintiff v*. of said. ufoporly under

Breakfast Is a good way to take heavy: skillet to they need be one whit less attractive Joe" occur in New Guinea. I.lawelyii Jh4'Valtl"n. It a f eiulniit4.'ane said certIficate of Airs. Tel No.,.esuatleclcrr 10V was. In; the the !

care of the citrus fruit requirement cover bottom and and delicious. In fact we' seem Over in France, Pierre Aumoiil UIIDRH No OP". rirnMCATiov: Hi nama Hi.NHm*.nf of 5ouI''d r> r t><,rtv unH. .i* *

'of the day. too, A sldsofpnpourgebtly to enjoy them more than ever. Gene Kelly and It It..hard Whorl are ANI.> NOTICPJ TO Al'F'l'AIIITA'i' aid. certlflrat No. 109!) wa In the ,1
_ai In eggs and shake Chilled desserts have great appealin from I': OK I'-LXlIlinA.I to: Mewe- name of Mury. Hllvlat the assessr t
half grapefruit, a liliuring how they can escape lyn II. Wnlden "0V.. D. Wahlun menr of snld. prnl.srty under said 'i
large over fire. hot weather so here are some .. German conrrntraiion camp In MAriinunan.l llelmont New York. rnrtlflnnt No 126 wan In the name ,i'yI, .1.
!I orange or a When let loosen recipes for that perennial favoriteice Shall Fall. On the "Ru.. You urn requited. to appear on of Unknownand tb. asaesamentof ','''i\\ ,'. ,
large,glass of orange said under. said certificate -
above property
cream. 1 AiKtiint loth, 394)l In the \ I
with heated .. Itoberl Taylor i I. continuing ,
will sides and bottom cover art, named. Court and cause, wherein NII lilt wa In tha name of 'j
juice creamed beef. carefully fold over Orange Honey Frozen Custard. 'bio. concert lour of the Soviet It. plaintiff peeks dlv.r'-... lira d ford 10.>.......t La..rf t-.. ni '
fulfill the vitaminC Two eggs 1 cup milk 1 cup nubile,ilveplle the fact the German Count y' Telro-raiih shall. publish I hisiOader Unless Said Certificate shall bredeemed .
of the with spatula. and slide onto hot plat. orange Juice % cup strained honey Brook. In next four weekly IHMII. accordlnir to law the) ,
quota Needle.
invading. lo
lire say Witness hand ami official tiri>pertleif dexprlbeil therein .will be '
Serve at once. my I
day.' Remember ter. 1 tablespoon plain unflavored gela Ivii Pus.. not been forgotten Yet, Red seal. at Mtarku, Florida, thin July >.o I.I to the hlchsst' bidder at the '
:'however. that vitamin For variety. there are many types tine* cup light cream Vt teaspoon Skrltnti. continues merrily slung In 14th. 1941 f'onrl house d..ior on the first. Mondov '.
of griddle cakes: salt (OFFICIAL firlM.) A. J. Thomn In the Month of August, 1941.:
C is easily Cakes. Scald milk In top of double' boiler. IL I' "VCuiilling In Brooklyn. AN Clerk nf said Court.. which In the 2nd, day of AuguSt
destroyed by air.; and that means Sour Milk T. Frank Trf>ndruin, Stark. FlnrldnAtty A. I II. 1941.: ,
Ui cups flour Beat eggs slightly with salt and 11$ for Plf. ,.18 4t 8-7 Dated this 1st.. day ot July A. 1>, I
you should not squeeze or cut. up pour scalded milk Into them stir. +, t&yo ciiimcn DHIKOTOKY: OF 1941

oranges until Just before serving: 1 cup buttermilk ring constantly. Cook over hot Water 'I 1''l SERVICESFsnwrnsrrlwr iv ('lIs't'lT OIHT. nn tnrnim ( irJ'IAT.ilIAI./ :: .) A. J. ThOmas
melted butter Circuit Court BradfortiCuunty '
1 tablespoon OIINI't FI.flIUU11 tlliVrteorite Clerk. &
Old-Fashioned until mixture coats spoon stirring .
Popovers. 15 .'.:nv. Fi"rlrJ".a 4t 7-23
3 or margarine frequently. Soak gelatine in : 1 Punko. v... HoihlaDol '
eggs1ii .% teaspoon salt orange'Juice for five minutes. Stir : 4h Her. A. t,,. l.l.at,oue. Pastor .,r... Punko.l'lltlntrt'l ani. CUKHNo. : iv ,'rinrriT ,'oi:'HT. slit tSiFnStl :
cups milk 1 baking soda Into hot custard with honey. Cool ; 84H N'. "'.'".. StreetChurch 25*:S.UtIDKn. (' lY. .LUIIIllAl l\ ( IliNoMnrt'ln
1'a! enriched flour teaspoon fti School 9:4&: A. M. OF1 PfrtLICATTOV! ci.iia. ,
cups 1 tablespoon sugar and turn into freezing tray. When a! :;g.hI ; If MorrilnoWorship' II.:00 A. M. AND NOTICtJ Tf> APPISAllSTATK mertter, Plaintiff v.
H teaspoon salt mixture begins to freeze around the H. T. U. 7-00 P. M. : OK! ,IX>IUI)A to-: tluuhla Mildred Iw>riand Itemonter. Defendant. ;
Sift flour and salt into a bowL 2 eggs edges turn out into a mixing bowl : Kvenlnir Worship 8:00: P. M. Dolores I'tinko whose renldf'* .It* (*it..e No 2S40onnnit .
Beat Sift flour and sugar; dissolve soda : Wednesday,Worship 8:00 P. .M.FIF11T tlil West 167lh.Street, Ilronx. New : f>v pnnLiOATiONANI ,
eggs and add milk to them and beat in cream which has been > NOTICR! ': TO API'KAIt '.

and stir gradually Into the flour to In buttermil't and add to flour. Dropin whipped. You can whip light t :, MKTTIODI' York.You art* requIred to appear (InA"a'u.t WTATW OF t't.OUIIJA tOI MIU I Idr..d
malte unbeaten eggs and beat well. cream that has been thoroughly IHth, 1U4J In the abovonamed Lofland Remrnter whose reiii- J
a smooth batter then beat llev. <1. C. I'unell. Paster1U ,, Court and caiiHB, wherein' denre I* l"sderpisburtt, Maryland.You t
then fold in butter. Drop by spoonfuls chilled for 24 hours: Or light .thoroughly with beater in pour : < n. plaintiff. seekii divorce. ltradf.rd am riilrid| t.. appear on i
hot egg ; put on a hot. greased griddle and cream into a freezing tray and chill .8394 rithool I 1U'no A.1.. County Telegraphs shall publish thla August 2nd. 1913. In the above
greased muffin tins two-thirds sides. until ice crystals form around the I Sunday \Vorslilp 11-00: A. M. Order. In. next fnur weekly Issues. luiinMl Const and fans, wherein
wn of mixture. Bake in hot brown on both I Young People 7:00 P. &f. Witness mv hand and official plaintiff seeks divorce.. tiiailfnrit
,(nso degrees a oven Flannel Cakes. edges. Turn Into a chilled bowl .3.48, r..nlnllfor.hlp 8:00: P. M seal. .f Htarke, .Florida. ,. this July r-oiintv T'el..Kraph shall. pnMlxh
) half hour then In mod.erate and beat with a dover beater. I Wedneedajr; Worship 3:09: PM HI h. 1943. this order III next four weekly

(SSO-degree) oven.13 minutes 2 eggs Return mixture to freezing ray 'If (o..trJCIAI.'MI1\I.) A. .1. Thomas issueui.
until brown. -1)4) cup milk' until firm.: ,', Perfect Dress 'Si' intnK'" ICPKCOPALllev. A* Clerk of snld 4'ourtT Witness. my hand and official*
Note!; No"leavening enriched flour and freeze .- Fred V.r...., HectorIMMI Ftank I.itndruoi. Htarke., Florida seal at :, Florida I h Ie
agent l Is 2 cups In order to hasten freezing scrape 8"39"A' dre.. : r.I.I".o
used In popovers and their Pattern .No. perfect N. Chaireli StreetChurcti Atty, for Plf 1-16 4t S-7 July 1t..
rising action is ), teaspoon salt mixture' from edges of tray with v but really. perfect. Beauti- School rO:00 A. M.Uundxy cmm' OFFICIAL /HK'AT.) A. .T. Thomn
dependent upon thorOugh 2 teaspoons .sugar a stiff/ spatula pushing frozen portion slenderizing with soft drapery Worship 110: ) A id. iv (llIf"'IT 'IsIS tJh"Ostil As Clerk of said. Court.
fully .
beating.& Sunday' Kvenlngr 7-30 P. M., "I.I'\I'I'Y. PI.OIIIK.tl 14 tll-\ >- William n.: l'tIor.an. Jarkannvhla.lila. |
- ':2 tablespoon melted butter to center,of tray. through top and exquisitely de- Friday ICvenlnw 7:30: P. U. t'isia-: Atty. for Plf. 7-S 41 7-M

or margarine Maple Junket Ice1 Cream. signed skirt: Holy Day to.00 A. M. A. I'. $'hIrlny Plaintiff va. Ellen:
powder One cup milk. 1 cup cream 1 pattern No. 8394 Is In sizes 34. 36, O'Ni-nl I I'IhI rl'J.* Defendant.onDKit .
baking \TIOV
Lynn Says: 3 teaspoons tablet 1 tablespoon cold water 40 and 48. Size 36 OP Pinnae !
rennet 44
42. ,
Beat egg 38 40. r.RIIT raP.IsT'rlcHs4NStev. AND NfrTICK TO APPKAIlflTATR ,
Sift all dry ingredients. I 44 cup maple syrup H teaspoon takes. with short sleeves 3V yards <.'.... II. A.11.... Peat.* : ()P' ICI.OHIDA lo: K1len
Make Rationing Work! Keep yolks' and add to milk. Pour this I salt. ag.lncb.materiaL IM* N.rth Cherry Ut. O'N..al Hhlrl.yr whose ...Iotr...* and

[fOOd essenUals in mind when into the flour add melted butter I Crush rennet tablet and dissolve Church Rchool Worship 10:00:11-00: A.A.MHunday .... 'llnnfh....Id."..Hnitth.. la i'Cnrollna.0. ",.,.. '4WJ- Myrtle r 'l

Planning ,your menus and use and lastly the well.beaten eggs Drop 'in cold water. Heat milk until Senior Crusade (-00 P, M. You are recvtfiAd to nnpear nn
The milk must not be 2nd. 194'u( 'In the above f
Point rationed food to best advan- by spoonfuls on hot greased griddle lukewarm. Intermediate Youth 00 P. M. August :
tage. When and serve with syrup preserve hot. Remove from heat and stir Name.. Evening Worship 7:00: P. M. !
Your you spend any of In dissolved tablet. stirring for a '" fi

coupons for rationed food. or jelly. few seconds. Turn at once into Add..._ AT.. ItW"'IUI'1i1'110'0
Rev. Taoe. J. Marphr. PaatorTemple
make sure you are"not buying Crisp Waffles. freezing tray and. let stand undisturbed ... 4..... V/hen Your i

anything that you could buy (Makes.sectlon waffles) until firm. Then freeze for Early. !Main! tf.00 A. M. .I1I

fre9h. sifted cake flour half hour or until mixture 111..1.. ttervlee* Hurts-
:2 cups about Back
Sunday Mass 9:00: A.
I Mam of
J" bUying meats buy those of :2 teaspoons baking powder Is frozen around the edges. Whip paper.Fatten Week Day M,... 8.00 A M.KIVtlOI.RV .,

which you get the moat for % teaspoon salt cream with salt and beat into frozen Mo -, .,.. And Your-Strength and
:your -
'of POLflt. Extend whatever cuts 2 egg :yolks' well beaten mixture freezing with scraping: maple from syrup.edges Finish ofU'a I t '.v4..-.. .... II. M. I.4KK'Unman","'M'nTH. fasterrlervlce Energy I* Below Par 'ed'1fl1n1 t

meat YOU can with cereals, 1 cup milk .. once or twice during the ) Bend IS centS' In coin (Sot Every HundayHunilay II may be causal& by dt.nrd.r' at kid-
.tUffings, melted shortening .. each daslradr to- 8.hool-tO A. M. oy luiutloaj that p..I poisonous
extenders and H cup process. ? pattarn. Morning Worship-11 A. JI(. ...... to .........uia... For truly' many
\'egetables to make them go fur. 2 egg whites Patricia Dow'Patterns -- ....,pI. fl tirad. weak. sad ....I..bl..h. *
ther. Sift flour measure add baking TRAIN SCHEDULE: Ft''II'. '' "'' 'T''. COSrEL .n the kidney fsll to rmo.. ..- ,1-:.
from the
waste mattr
Ttiti5tACt.E" soldi and otbu
Start today to lave sugar and powder and salt and sift again. Corn- Southbound toe W, aria .... Hew y..... N. T. Worship H.rvli-e, each Lords Day, blond.tloa I )

utitn| a bank yolks and milk add to :flour. No'lO7-9.55: : A. :M. ( You nay ...1I.r'..,.Ine b..nb._ i :
io that will bine egg : .
have you fllhl. .8. h"nl-S P. M.Kvmiorellstlo ikeumsits psios. b..w.dl..ln ,
enough! for the ; beating until smooth. Add shortening N:>. 191-11:15 P. :M. $ervice-S P. lf.TuaInvttibie .Itbif Up nI1bIa, leg pain'. sw.iiibg.I
are going to do summer. whites until they -11:40 P. !M.' woTirn TO tni:DITOIIC : ; Htudy 8 I*. M. In I omeum.e frequent end scanty urine- '
this Beat egg No.1 : .
Do All persons having claims or d h.IL wits smartlos and burning la snothsr Under the Rationing Pro .
not use lugar' anywhere that holdup but are stll moist then NorthboundNo. mends acalnst. th* estate of William "1I..lon'Ve"n.llIy--rhlldr.n'* Hlble' Let- slg-a that. urn-thing Is wrong with I
You allowed 3 t
you POssibly Bake on hot waffle Balln. lit of th. County andBtnt Choral Work 4 P. M. the. kid...". or bl.dd. gram are
can avoid It. Start fold into batter. 2-4:46: A. :M. son and that. "wi.
PIannlrg of ar* hyr.by n >- Tb"roIVlctor pray.r' 'Uroup Them. should be DO doubt prompt Pairs ef Shoes Per Year. P
your n.q": ci their wls, thsa. n-gl-ct." Use
la r
victory garden.. so iron. No. 192-8:21: A. it: to tmtmant
that You wi11 be "alma In the offlo of th. CountyJudge -'rr.i.: :Evangelistic MeetingSP. D..,,'. fiU II la b-u.r to ,r-lr on a Let Us Make Your Old : j
M. Petersburg.Va. .
I I ready to put up vetcomtt you toutbmit No. 32-1:13: : P. ( ot Bradford' County Florida msdhria that has ww eoutrywidaprovat [ ap I
and mUch: of ;your share 111 fruits Lynn Chamber ; lo her and beyond) III th*, fourthous* at HI.rU.. Florida )f. Ihsa oa something U-a IsvoraUy. Ones Like New
household querut trUd sad -
; calendar months ixan't have bees
Vegetab55 your .Iellt l kDO '
letter. sour 44 2:30: P. M. (Peterburg.Va within iicrncit: or csense1Ose .' ." dra .-
8uy clinic. Send your No. the date 01 the first publication # Ar. *
roblem from BlwekVrmt .( leiloa Beetetleej tst5t.s 7ea5.
most quality food ,Co get 'ths Western NewipaperVnton. 210 and beyond) of this notic or the same will ;: a today.

'Pplies value of ;your paint,. This South at Detplaint Street Chicago/ llh.oii. No. 10&-6:.OS P. J,(. I"'mvol... i543.
Ods. to canned and Processed Don' forges/ lo tnclo. a lampel U'annfw Branch to Bell Fla. U. FLK": BAAnclllurr JHomlnVorithlp Bible Stud? 10:00 11':0:1.:: A, M. DOANS PILLS SHOP

meat, cheese and butter. \ tel/.ur..tl envelope? rourrephid Oaioa. No.< 101 leave Stark. 7:00: A. ILl T. ainnt Ex.entrls of William nf t.ast Balln.Will KvenlnrVorehlp. 70<< P. !M.! A.re_ Free Park Theatre ft

... w.8\I" N.w .per I.nd Bible: Study W.dneedap5Oti) P. H. -
... by No. 102 arrive SUrke 1:43 P, d. .....r.

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newspaper I n which thin Notice you In the circuit ,
his family What security a mother feels to and Mr. and :Mrs Earl Goodmanof shall be published once a week I ford County 'nllrl' fret n
home and as far as visited Mr. and Mrs.: for four publications prior to the by P.toor tliIandruwxky In tba o,
What If You Were AYou'd Stranded Army' Wife?I were concerned he might as well realizing no matter how far away Starke afternoon.Mrs. said Yard day of August A. 1>. belne a for dlvor.th
AId; the moon. Mrs. from home her soldier or sailor Millard Varnes Sunday 11)43.) ar. Clerkbof 4
For Red Cross ti have been on the meld Cuurt ,
Probably Ask spent seal
.,- \, Townshend. the mother had a may be stationed Red Cross ServIce Charlie McKinney WITNESS said Court my at hand Starke and, Bradford the ten appearanoex'. Mr. of
difficulties! b Naturally Is available to him and to Sunday at Johnstown visiting Florida, this 23nd day of attorney) In "aid
Cross Home Service la the though there are ; stroke and was dying. County the 83rd. day ;;
Red Thomas and family. nr '..
j and Mrs. Jim AueustnAobband
dividends A. V..1943.
Are other July,
Paul. her. there many
her ,
with t she wanted to see eon the..rt..r
vital of the official link between careful budgeting an J A. J. THOMAS/ Ilia Wltli
part make for a Clerk your '
to the Red today that written dots :
fro 11 The brother came mtAIHOHI An Cleric of the Circuit Court ofBradford to the bill, ,
her husband gives,. I* C-lltrriT 0-BT. of vnnplnint, "
of '
families a com- help '
the I Cross for help. A wire was lent greater happlnea In our war- ( ..! QTY, KLOHIUAI IX CHAN- I County, Florida.SEAL suit at the time pr..crlbtd, 'In'
.munlty and their boys In the ser monthly pay, they'live cot 'ftrI to the Field Director at his distant torn lives? KHY.. ( ) Herein fall not or Jlldlrrn'nl k'
.. be entered >l
Plaintiff v Enoch Attorneys for against
balm Cochrln. and Clayton
I Baxter you
Ice. Like" the life of a community,, ably and happily In thelfr camp. In a few hours.-there!! U Cochrln .Defendant. Ca e No. Plaintiff. The BradfordhalQ.e County by d'f

.Home- 'Service Is filled with {II together. Suddenly la the middle came a return message stating Chaplaina'MeetDr. .2699.-- PHBLICATION1 PubMnheJ 7.23-4t 8-13 a newspaper. of gen..r"l eirrul nit'r

I of the month Pvt. Alfred Savage when the boy wouldi arrive. The 'ORDERPtl= TO APPKAU.... Idalib. herebya4dosrdg. nuiedtY' 1
and VOIr R T OF
drama' touched! .with''tragedy, I learns he, Is to transferred. to; family was then notified. Moneyfor Maseey. Vacation Pastor of STATE OF FLORIDA to KnochU nrTHR FLORIDA< cmcriT KIOHTH JL'fltelLt'IR4'tll'1' .new.pap".ubllsh ,
'flashes of Incidental U Un p int.liplp n
brightened with Ian unknown po t. Mrs. Savage it.) his. transportatlbn was ad- the First Baptist Church, led the Cochrln, whose IN ANn FOR BHAHFOHII four u-bflcatlon prior| ..

humor; Only .a few' rep- I not able to cope with this uafor*; vanced to him by Jfhe Field DI- devotion at the Protestant :Minis known.You are required to appear 6n PETKK: WHANDROWSKY COVNTY I'V CHANCERY.r sirrt day of August, A. to D,rte iii
''resentative ,examples can .be, cited 1 August 23rd., 1K4.1 In the above WITNESS
affairs.he'flndlherself my hand
Plaintiff I
change held
seen rector. Town hend arrivedat and meeting and
will 'tell Sgt. ters Chaplains named Court and cause, whrrclnPlaintiff of maid Court at the
fltn' this space. but the** stranded. Pvt.' savage; home two hours before the at the Church Service Center on se.ks dlvorcn. Bradford. ANNA'SHANDROWSKY'IDefendant CountL Florida, thlm Starks Z2nd, Brad
what -American Red Tel. publish thl.Ord.r tU. < +t clearly man'1family too., is worried and highly concerned death of the mother. July 7. Luncheon was In .myPohande [ _________ I Jul r. !
: Cross can do for a service official ._. I :
distressThey wishing to have his -wi1 It U reassuring tp receive word served by the ladles of the Episcopal WJtnenn and OHtER OR- PUBLICATION As Clerk of tht' Circuitomy. .
this July22nd.
tn( tlme.of ; home b f r seal al "Iarl..I! Florida
her AND NOTICE3 TO APPEAR Bradford County FlurldaCor
safely on way and Churches. '
jshow la'part. the ,*Igh>< dividends lle''dtsCUS86S' from someone you(love and have Presbyterian ., 1943. \ \.-. #O ANNA PHANnROWSKY. R. K.IK ', (SEAL)
...which are pateS. by;.* clttoen't'investment' ,makes.-'a-'departure.circumstances 1wUH"'hUAmerfcanrRed been worrying about In an enemy At the Invitation of Chaplain (UFFIC1ALAsEClerk -said Couret.. No. I, STOCKTON. NEW JER, Baxter Clayton
1 lnthe'RedCrosSr' +' the : territory. Last Week there was George McCahan of the Alachua T. Frank Landrum Stark. FloridaAtty. SEY.YOU ARE HEREBY NOTITIED Attorney for Plaintiff

load of the 'Bradford" cross"BleWoff i,, such a message I by a Army Ate'Fteld,.the next.meeting for Plf. f-23 4t 813tf that a suit has been filed asralnut Published T3 4t 8-n

The case Chapter'--indicate:; that tor :>t Cajnp,lJlan lng. TheJFlaM I citizen of Starked'/received will be-held ft 'that pja ce"T yb County Dlrecifr phones, ItJ1 a Bradford ,-.August .12{ r't" : % EIGHTH Jl'fH'ItI. ----------
l words longto i\fi :
more than ,1200 toys "servlngr In I was only twenty-five '' 'II IT.r IY -ASIU FOR BHAO-
the armed forces'* :details'of : BERRYPlaintiff. > .
and vase. 1A.a.raJu4Ortatlon CHARLES .
) !
here In Starke'were'! assisted 'bY but what a sense of relief and SAMPSON CITY ) '
Irian '
et for Mrs.Savage's .
this Chapt r' rest month! ".Inmost return to. her home Inwtyrklsthen'htrnge.4 gratitude was expressed when this ,By Louise. Varnes. .. r '*ROHEUI.A VS BKRHY5 J
received 1 These :
cable was messages .
.J2 ,
InstanceiU ihejjervicesjwereconcerned Defendant !
's with assistance to th* '' : ,; ,Y:the;HoineSe vHice : go to Geneva, Switzerland Curtis.Varpes\! who. is ;employed OttftEROF UBL1C TION'AND

'of! service : Worker 'who" sends a telegram,?where they are > handled by the In Jacksonvillespent the 'week: NOTICE TO APPEAR, JZ08ELKVKNTH .. durancea
families TO ROSKLLA
or dependents ; -
our/near-by Camp to verify legal residence and dUj- .International Re t Cross Committee end here with his family. 8 T R E K T, MOLINE

men man located tng./ .Sometimes at \ the request cusses ,terms for repayment:'to'Pvt! ':. which send them, to their E....Jones left- Saturday eight ,ILot1p HERE'BY NOTIFIEb )' .

.from the Savage,gpes .on his way a ''ultimate destination. for -Tampa Cwhere-.herwUl.ba.ejq- that a Suit Han been' filed against
4l ,:for helpeame'' directly different poster. foreign or: domes" r*, *en In, the .Circuit Court for Bradford A
family here,- .but ''more often It tic, happy In ,the knowledge that '( More than oW-half the Red ployed. County,' Florida Oiaqcery. C. "WALLAgency

was initiated .through the Red his wife is .not: friendless and Cross budget 14 now devoted directly Little' Mlsses-lna jean.. Warren by being Charles a null William for divorce Berry;, theearn and you* ,

r Crone Field. Director who is sta- alone. ,. rr i to the wjelfare? and morale and Betty; J&ye 'returned to their 'are hereby required to file with the
'A \Eoned: with the troops ati'camp.' Sgt. Paul Towpshend ',wall.'.ta: :ft the men la, the service and homes In'I alatka* Saturday .afterspending Clerk appearance of said,(personally Court your or written by attorney -"

Oera-ldtne" aged 20, heir b. The Bradford their said before
Mrs. Savage miles away' TrDtn dependen laU .week with ) In suit on or

from Newark N. J., came to.live tloned 2,000' I County Chapter one of 3,755 uncle and aunt, :Mr.", and,Mrs.. .Ray and the- card!thereafter day of August to file.A.llli .194S salt '

la Starke, Florida to' be near her 'throughout the: United States has Goodge. '. Clerkyour written defenne It Constant Service Over 50 Years

husband, a private stationed at *" been enabled to1 perform this great Mrs.: E. D. Jones and Miss Ethel at to the the. bill time of prescribed complaint by In raid law. suit

Camp Blandin,. She Is dependingupon 1d1ud'lfU4 IUJ'1dtU. ommunlty service through Us Parrlsh were[ In Starke on business Herein fall not or judgment will
of 50 to channels of be entered against you by default.
her allowance $ quick communication .
: Saturday night. .
The Bradford County Telegraph Please Phone 116
cover .her' .living, expenses. Al- WAR BONDS. with Field Directors, Red Cross :Mrs. T.. .Varnes and son-in-law a newspaper of general circulation
Workers stationed with I' published In Bradford County. Flor
r troops. and daughter of Daytona. Beach ida. la! ,hereby designated a* the

TUESDAY AT 9:30 P. M. Batff,Wagons .
When Japan attacked at Pearl Harbor ." .

1dramatic 1 .. .
I bad 17 In service .
!>> we battleship : ".
: and 19 building. We were making .. ,. .' .:

: preparations-b- the war did'"'aot.aU. ,''' ... .> .N. . : .. ..... : ..I '. anlr-d', ". .". .>,< ". ... .;... ... ......"' ...-..'.--' .

These tt battle cost ; _" ,.rn,, I .. ..=J '.:.'.
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wagons .
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program taxpayers '. "t .. '" -lit,. ..: .. ',. ". . : .,::. ; .. .. .
dollars (or a two ocean navy. The e rxrtitr1A;P.; "\''\\!''' .' ".. 2.' ."... <:J "-. .: ,;ij''; I<. ".. '-' '. .. '.u ..... .. ... .. .' .' ,
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LAUNDRY .""%! .'- ; -

PHONE i8. a- AND a.: v.v, .::(..r,1.W ,
: CLEANERS ", t' '. "
the Nation"SROOGATTO ARKE DRY .. .'c.: I" -'
YOU BYFlorida'Power Now( fifty million Americans have ; \ s JU"'us M. :. "" :.#, /-"' vV' ,; ."' -

a personal stake in this war. It has ,, ,. .... .
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& been home to them. That's
brought t .. ..' ..
why everyone is Increasing .purchases I D A ." .'.".
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Light Company '.
of War Bonds; E: F
V.S. Trnnrf DipmrftI STAR
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.CLASSIFIED; ADS ." ,- r" :. r '" "' .star kQ. 1l.rY. ?,1..an.r '

: .,.". atrons ;; ,the- ., . .,'.-: ,
-- ; : : }!. : .. the oountry .
I ; 1 K." ;; /.S2.sa a-over;: f"L ,

FOR ,8 SALE-r-Eoifi:,;, rooms of fur Z{ 1VAN'tED ..:" ..' .. : e stab1.1.hm.nts wee ts and even in ...,. :

nltdsq !UViD.o' fu, dinette 2D12 I LJMt. Ingp*.on..!apartment'*,;hoo....* or .. :; and'dryo1..an1ng two to [than customers, ,.' i

bedrd4thgsulf yr4 nqulre ,', home *,-(o"'.tent,, .lom, ,Pd within 20 laundry service in from regular : i

Khikslt' 's lage or sea I, 'soups. !it.-,SUrke119T .. "5-- While promising service to other anddry-aleazling .

I Lt.:'S ttlra-ja,WA., 66th Dlv. JXMUCBStreet; 1.- .' ing service in laundry .: .{

fir' ltp)4ELP ; W. T/CLl77g|/ ) ; 't Realtor some to iverefusthree day ,. aPP are0 on1.Y.J.f 1' .

.AVA. 't ale-man 1 for ,FATHER,*JwqrN'iiftecl work. Born \ .1 am able service in .a..1ng,100 \ind.r.on.. ...k. :'; ,

operator at iW-t-V plans p *- and reiiui IjfBr l/ord County day 1.aundry yUn1.h ..", nat-.ork. yOU .

( ferably one j&vti soipe tneohanl- No drl" n .;iWlI\aCcept! \ first ". 1 canare give three am11. from the Your nat '

cal experlence J&e'rry Johns, fair offer;* te ''r4wrlte E. B. 1 cannot promise wearing apparel thr.e days isa '"

t Utility Superln efriat. 7232troUR McKinney ;J. L. Wynn Rt Whi1. your book within o service ..'

i lot 2 Starke, Fir. It] yOU will: stheeparate wearing PP argil day This olasa speed and
COTTAGES a1q on ourth
IIJS: x 7I\o.\ 8 'oiKejrstone.tarke.7l ,.. HOC:5:: >>" ?tRAYtEN''...'tMfurniehedy4 ... .( "n'' gill get. 'b. returned the b. p leased ." ".
3 'nilt' s :. roan gulre : f0lla emtteeJ-ffbtnttJtark .. .t work win but youquality win :'
I OweJk,4get\ {l1cs olace.. lgcroee .Twos'bedrtfomseVreehetf"- ; po"rc :.;. .1.1ght1.y"high.r, tion Of ''
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Cola 1-21.2tp
tnI o a : 'BOte 72b'"Stavki9'la.' t : of the y.
: ggrvlcewith (! .

FOR"' RE'ir'laelproom" fcujnlshed {- WANTED... ,,.TO fBUY 8adtlhllt J: e 1. gi".three day to twO days longer.

apart men 'bo, 'esponalbfe babys metal''stroHeri! 1J one
/ band .. dryo1..aning require 1 am ...
permanent''resident, who BV Fowler th *Bra3'>" of In .h1oh but '"
party Kl'1I"J..T. at e am.givinge
will of rooms. lt .1ad1 ...dS !! g . a tyt"v 1'22.1' emp1.oyee.-:
manage. ford Houses ( ,_. ,""'cr.,.>., ual'itY of' the .
Available Aug. ,8,,. Reasonably ...-' .. of the q means that the armed' .
FOR SALE-1-crawer; singer sewing all proUd It simply in .
priced. WriteP.. O. Box 329 "Ii not."lt th1.. are noW .. ", ,
machine, Apply to +\W. E 1.am: for service 1 try to ." '
Starke,: Fla; 7-23 2t the cause aualitY . .
Bryant at the Starke Hotel. Itj 'p' ot 1nexPer1enoed help.I Sail lean .

EXflCNIENCED LADY desires WANTED Oil phonograph, reo-- J being re pas las ed anby t101enoY, It 1. ,1 '
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room and board in 'exchange service and are mY p atrons.
orcr.- 5c 'lb., None with courtesy o had a'
for' taking care of child, house per he1.p to understanding

work or other services. Mrs. paper. Phone 179, Pal' Music .tra1n thiS the leniency and f an .. austomho... .

M E. Wolfe, Box 431-E; Starke Co., Starke, Fla.' U ask .tor .thl ownerri can get
.,.. Itp to be .. I
__ IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL not my.fcolioY not insult

WANTED TO BUY-Fordson or I milk cows stock cows, beef cat. reading .Do the customers have ", ,, .>i('
garden tractor, washing machine tie, stock bull,or ..bogs pt la "4 ., : sign or some ,to I'e, tII.
and Model A Ford. Box touch with, >J. D. .Odorn., Jr., b" d1shOneat practioe 1.have had -
1n 1.WC. dry01.0an1ng.
Wescoanett, 'Fla. Itp Box a47'.SUrkeBox,204! ; Lake ....," 'J'.. :: 's ))Ue.to"-he'! ..the.re o.ent' and this sy-
City; Telephone 481 Lake' City, ,"", ', ,'. .. ... with ed iri'both: tM .laundry: long atanding in t,:. .,,.

FOR RENT-; Rooms with or Auction market every Tuesday, ",a189WhaYie < cust "!H" or yoU milbe. r. .' ;
: lama :
without private bath, on Lake Lake City' 3:30 every Thursday : :.:>::. : : to inaltide the sysasstlhasypineb: :: ..
Sante Fe. Sante Fe Inn Melrose .,. .1. having .. ..
PaUtka. P M. 1-6-44 Ye .,',, ... '1.1kO. become ction '. "-- ".

Fla 7.23-2tp !,," :"..: rem. bUt once Y'win be tor. YOURING .. ,, '
) 'FOR
LOST-Tan change purse wltl ", '" .a.. iti :FOR OR ---- ..,.
pleased.. CALL -
more opportune for those, desiring YOU ,, .
keys, permanent pass to Camp a home to buy, lands to ''la'' ; v CHECK tRtiEN! .. ..,.. P:t, ,,,, .
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tickets between > YOUR oA111 ,. .
Blanding 'A .
build.I have a few Iota left q ,'"
Starke and Camp Blending .. ..J.' AL'II !!! hEANI1L for sale reasonably a D d on ,,'. goTBSi \V ;
Keep change terms.E. Knight Starke, i ,
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turn to .Bradford County Telegraph. Fla. 7-2 4tp .. 1.
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FOR SALE-20-cre farm In Hell- .-.
fixtures J Bntt43A
bar and
WILL BUY modern bronn Springs section. House y

that can be moved. Write : .' .
Also one ;
partly completed.
P. O. Box ..2824. Jacksonville .jnulev, All for 1200. EarlyB. .. ',..' .. f"'
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Fla. tf Thomasv Rt.'2, Box 126.., .. i:' ,".>>.

WANTED TO RENT-Permanent 7.162tp .. :,' ;. ",- .".. ,.'. .. 1>*,-J6, ,' '.f.05 **" -
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business couple desires furnished ,". 1\' ..t ;' .r .. .. i .
i'OR RE34T 2. furnished rooms ,! sr" '
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house or apartment. P. O..Box with electricity, bath hot and f I .rtf1. ''' ''. ,,". .'. ..: ., .. ..... ......, .. ,. .. :}"f.r : :.
693. Starke, Fla. tf 'cold water. Out of starke on ... ,-,-.N'_ .-. .. .. c.'. : ..
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Ralford Prison Farm'\'highway .. .
FOR SALE 21 feeder plg .- ,, ." .
Arthur McRae. Starke. ltp to Hellbronn Springs, first turn ""

then out 2 miles.-L. L. Conner ., ,: .... ". ... '
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7.16,2tp .
FOR RENT room. .. ., '" ,
Price reasonable' 2: 1-2 ml .n.
r 1t.AJ..E ,GIRLS WANTED full '
south of Starke on Road 13. : .
Delia Goodge. lip time and part time. Apply P. ., ,
S.- Stores, Blandlng Center >tf t, ..
*X>R SALE Two 1.000-wa

heavy duty'enclosed floodlights. FOR SALE-1 double-oven 383 West Call St. ItFOR 'or. wood burning hotel "rAnge.

like new ; ice bee:capacity,

SALE-! 100-acre farm. For 200 Ibat.' good condition; -ISO-lit:

full Information write to Box walnut ice box for bar.' Santa

125, Lawtey. Fla. It F* Irene Melrose, Fla. 7-23-2tp

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