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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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fl7d.: : ;:: :: .r. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the I.I ,



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Official County Publication Established In 1877 .
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IH A." SEEKS SITE FOR 380 FAMILY UNITS






Entries' Now In Race For ANNOUNCES: *" 200 For White 1 180 \

Four Mayor; --- .... _..J State Funds Contracts SignedFor For Colored; :


Councilmen Begin To AnnounceFirst Come To CountyAs 20 Houses 72 Dormitories For Camp BlandingC.



bubbles began to appear on the simmering political 1J. Carrigan, regional land adviser from the Atlanta

pot here this week as two new announcements were madefor ScheduledA Under FHAAll office of the National Housing Agency, is in Starke this

( the office of mayor and the first hats were thrown into week checking possible sites for the location of 380 family-

the City Council ring for the rapidly approaching City Election state warrant for J10.000 was contracts have been signed units that a change of plans will place in Starke instead of

| on Tuesday, September 14. received last week by Bradford and within the next three or within Camp lilanding. '

The contest for mayor bids fair to develop into a "freefor County. representing: the second four months. $72,000 will be spent It was announced recently that a program of 452 hous-

all" with four candidates to date bidding for the seat payment this year on the $33,000 on the erection of 20 new 'HA ing units for essential inmigrant war workers at Blanding

'renounced by incumbent L. A. Canova. total that each Florida county I'e- houses! i In Stai ke., Plenton & I\h'k-: had been approved by the NHA and would be constructed 'r

N. D. Wainwright, Jr., who resigned his office to enterthe I celves annually fiom state racetrack patrick. Gainesville contractor. on the post. According to a statement by Mr. Currigan 1 i

Army shortly before the City Election in 1942, and funds.! will handle the" cont tl'uctlon. andexpect however, it is now planned to construct the 380 family r

who received his discharge. after nine months of service. 'I I'o This county ha now received to begin" around August units in Starke, while the 72 dormitory units will be built f
total of $23,800 from the state
within the ,
announced Jtiis candidacy tins 16th.Owners Camp.
,i during the fiscal year and should cannot live In the
week. Two hundred of these family units will be for white ,
receive remaining $9,200 be- houses. but must tent at H reasonable -
announcement of the residents and in tall probability will be erected inside the
Second |fore Octobertl, in accordance with rate, set by the FHA, to _- .
week came from Henry A. Dates To RememberFor promises made to county officials civilian war workers for the corporate limits. One hundred b

Manassa, proprietor of the City Election I more than ,a year ago by Gover- duration. Each house will coat and eighty will be for j"I
Bowling Center who, in an- nor Holland/and Comptroller Lee 3600. 'will have three bedrooms Sgt. Weeks Given negroes and will be built in ;'I

nouncing for mayor, is making Saturday, August It-Laxt day that the full, allotment of' tate and win be complete with space the colored area.
his first bid for political for regUtrutlon of new citizen II. A. MANASSV aid would bet available In spite of heater, cooking facilities and elec- Arthur D. Kline senior pro- ,;

office.Candidates. of Starke (theme who the decline in race track revenue. tilc refrigerator. Medal Of MeritThe ject advisor and Philip Shaw, I

who announcedfor hate li\el in the State one Accident The arrival of these state funds Names of owners and locationof project adviser, accompanied ,

mayor last week were year unit In the precinct at Tragic makes it unnecessary for countiesto houses. are given below: Cir Mr. Carrigan here this week I'j

James F. H 0 1 11 1 ingsworth, least six months). Registration raise' from $30.000 to $' 0.000 cult Court Clerk A. J. Thomas Legion of Merit medal has and have been making their
books. now In the by local milage levy, and means will erect four houses on his been awarded to Staff SergeantW.
Bradford County Supervisor open prop- headquarters In the City Hall .
young City Hall.Tuesday Fatal To ChildOne that 1943-44 Budgets can be made erty at the Intersection of. Walnut T. Weeks for "exceptionally : it
andW.
of Registration, August 2*-La..t day up by county officials with full and Washington streets-two on meritorious conduct In the per while checking possible sites. I
N. (Bill) Carnasion, man- for qualifying candidate* for assurance maximum' state aid. the west side of Walnut street formance of outstanding services "Several locations are tentatively h

ager of the Park Theatre. the arloiw city offices. of the saddest tragediesever Although vyar time restrictions and two on the north side of as Assistant Rail TransportationOfficer being studied," Mr. Carrl- '
The two candidates coming out : to occur here took place last have cut racetrack revenue the Washington. on the North African railways said I'
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Tuesday, Sept. -CHy Elec- : gan yesterday, "and It is expected -
for the City Council this week tion. I Saturday morning about 9 o'clock I state Is collecting enough from Mis. Bertha Pearce will according to an announce-
are Van H. Carden and :J. L. I when little John C. Roberson, Jr., the new'',:cigarette: tax and other five in her subdivision back of.erect her I I ment from Headquarters, Military that some definite action
(Jim) Silcox. Mr. Garden has 13-month-oId son of Mr. and Mrs. sources Co make up any shortage. Madison street residence Two' Railway Service, will be taken In the next few

just received a medical discharge John Roberson, was almost Instantly Funds received In this county of North Africa ." --rT days."
them '
will be on the north side
from the Seabees and has return killed when accidentallyrun from the racetrack allotment are of South Sgt Weeks Is The houses will be of the "row '
Tobacco GrowersGet street between F. C.Holltngswoi .
ed to his home In Starke. Be- over by an automobile driven divided equally between the Board 'th's residence and the son of R A. r ., type" constr u c t lon, one-story
Bay
fore entering the service he had by his father. of County Commissioners and the street. Another will be on the Weeks of Stal'ke I.. dwellings, housing from four to '

been employed at Camp Blanding, Mr. Roberson Is an employe of Board: of Public Instruction south aide of South street betweenthe and grandson of eight families under one roof,
and prior to that was local representative Good PricesTobacco the Florida Power & Light Co.. homes of Paul L. Bridgesand the late Col. W. = : Mr. Carrlgan said. It Is expected !

of the Seybold BakIng and the family lives In the com Jailed For Theft" R. A. Weeks. The other T. Weeks, dlHtlngultiheil ;. that construction will begin -

CoxMr. : growers of this ounty pany's residence-office at the sub- will be on the north side of La- Civil .\ ...., ... \ early In September.
Silcox was born in Clay station just across Alligator\ Creekon Of $140 From Grill War Veteran. : ..
are receiving The
a very good price fayette street at Its Intersection new program brings the
County and has lived In Starke for their harvest this year according Road 261. It Is stated that James Kndlcott former bus with Bay.Vincent. Before entering ,.. total number of war housing units
since a small boy. He was manager the father had started to town 1./ .
to County Agent L. T. driver for the Orange Linen and I Ferrara and Frank Per- mlllta r y service, programmed by the Nat tonal
of the Starke Coca Cola and had stopped the car to talk .
I Dyer, who keeps all the recordsof recently driver for the Blending rara. father and son, proprietorsof Sgt. Weeks<< was Housing Agency at Camp Blan- I
Co.. for 18 and has his
Battling with wife
years regarding some pur- "
the Although all the ding to" 905, Crelghton said. The
crop. Cab Co., lain the county jail! Frank's Fine Foods, will erect employed us switchman 'with' the
recently been employed at .Camp have not sold their tobacco !:chases. Unseen by either of the additional 452: units I
rowers Just approved
charged with robbing K.: B Mullgan's three houses just north of their Seaboard Air Line Railroad. Ho
Blanding. I most of those who parents, the child climbed up on I Include 200 family units
yet, dwelling
of home on the of Madison .
[In pool room $140 Thursday corner was sent to North Africa as a
making his announcement the running board on the other
have sold report that they received night. 29. The Warrant and Orange streets. Mr. and Mrs. for white occupancy aiyl\ ISO forNegro
lit. July member of the MJlItary Railway
week Mr. Wainwright said: side of the car and when ]Mr.
better than 40 cents occupancy. In addition
per sworn out by Mr, states O. I Beasley will build three on for ,
Mllligun. Service, organized specifically '
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"My term of office as hav- Roberson started off again the
mayor pound with some better grades that "James Endlcott did then the south side of Madison street, the operation of railways wherever there are 72 dormitory units for ,
iij terminated in July of last infant fell off and a rear wheelof white
workers.Previous .
for CO women '
selling cents. I and there unlawfully enter without between the homes of Mr. and they might be needed to
year because of my entry into the the car ran over his body.
L'nlted Although the yield has been breaking Into the stoie buildIng Mrs. Edward Burns and Mr. and move food munitions and other programs a t CampBlanding 'I
States Army friends The child was rushed to a
feel my average this year because of the of affiant with the Intent to Mrs.: Ben C. Holtzendorf. supplies to Allied troops on the Involved the following: ,
that I should now, be elected local physician's office but was In New
family dwelling units for
for' late cold spring, the growers are j commit a felony, and then and Guy Sale, owner of Guy's Mar fighting fronts. I I
another term. Therefore, at an unconscious! condition and liv-
private conntructlon 165 dormitory
and '
their I well pleased with the price the here did take, steal and carry ket will erect two on the Inter The citation states that "Ser- i
Insistence, I announce ,my ed for only a few minutes. units, public funds, 288.
candidacy for the office of mayorof crop has brought. I A brief service was held at the away $140 In lawful money of section of Madison street and geant Weeks played an exceedingly Occupancy of the new war housing -
Starke." I Tobacco is the only crop left Da Witt C. Jones Chapel at 2 o'- the United States and the prop Park Place-on the south side of Important role In connection Just approved by the National }

Hr, Manassa, in declaring his with allotment control under the clock Sunday afternoon. the Rev. I erty"of the affiant, E. B. Mllll- Madison, between the houses of with the operation of French all- Housing Agency In Washingtonwill

candidacy, made the" following i(AAA, Mr. Dyer states and control i(A. E. LI eh: t foot. cantor of the ,,gan. Mrs. B. Jacobs and Mr. and Jim ways which were much different be limited to workers In war

statement: "Several years ago a. of this crop was retained Starke Baptist Church officiating. It has been said that Endicott Forrest.J. From any found In America. By industries and essential occupations -

number of Manassas- arrived [In I when the tobacco growers voted 'His body was then taken to Mel- la ready to plead guilty to the W. Andrews. Jr., of the Andrews his conscientious performance of who move to Starke from '

Starke, a modest, Bound little recently for another three-year rose the former home of Mr. charge'and receive his sentence.If Motor Co., will build two duty, good Judgement Initiativeand beyond reasonable commuting distance

city We came here with conservative control.In I'Roberson where another service he does not, authorities say residences on the north side of ingenuity, he accelerated the or who have moved here

but progressive, ideas, this county 116 farmers were was held at the Melrose\ Baptist that his trial will not likely come Lafayette street at Its Intersection movement of large quantities of since July 1, 1941 and are now "

looking for a livlihood and hap- permitted to plant 319 acres of Church, and interment was In the up In Circuit- Court until- Novem with Monroe. Ills houses supplies and equipment as well as I living under conditions which tendto

piness. I am certain we all found tobacco In 1943; however, only Melrose cemetery. The Rev. W. ber. will be right across Lafayette personnel urgently needed In the impair their efficiency, Crelgh;

this. and here Is our home. Wecould 64 farmers planted 178 acres. C. Taylor, Baptist minister, officiated T. A. McClelland, manager of street from the residence of S. E. forward areas, and in so doing, ton said. War workers who findIt

not have done this alone. at the services at Mel the pool hall, stated Tuesdaythat Parks. lie has contributed materially to necessary to bring their families ,

The people of Starke have con- Attempt To Rob rose. Endlcott had been sitting H. A. Carlton with the Brad- the success". of our forces engagedin here from beyond commuting1

tributed greatly to our achievement around for a long time Thursday ford County Telegraph, will build battle. distance or who are dispossessedfrom

of both, and we are deeply Starke CleanersIs Dyer Says Stockmen night bumming beers,, and that J one on the south side of South Starke Is proud Indeed that another their present quarters also {
grateful. his entire maneuvers while I n street-at Its intersection with one of Its sons has distinguished will be eligible "
UnsuccessfulCareful
'I have always felt the urge Would Benefit there showed clearly that he was Bay-Just west of the residence I himself In the service, In a letter to the Telegraphthis '

and desire to be of service to had been From Field TripThe up to something. He went out : of R. A. Weeks.Brooker and congratulations are in order week Mr. Creighton said: 10'
lIla city, but have never been preparation at the back door( and then called I for Sgt. Weeks and, his family. "You may quote this office alt
Politically inclined. I made and the work nearly com- dairymen o* Florida will for somebody to come and let Ills address ts: St.-Sgt. Wm. T. that all
Today, And Lawtey stating despite the additional
have reviewed the prevailing: conditions pleted for a Jam-up burglarythe hold their annual three-day meeting him in, with the hope that the Weeks 761 Engr. Ry. Trims. Co., housing which has been

here and have realized only trouble was that the! at Gainesville on August 10 back door would be left open- Outfit Day RoomsThe APO 640, care of Postmaster, New programmed for Starke, residents

more than ever that everything burglar didn't get any money 11 and 12. since it was between 11 and 12 York, N. Y. of this area must continue to sup

(Continued on page. eight) At least, nothing of value ha.sbeen The session will begin Tuesday O'clock P. ]II, closing time. Then women of the Community port the war effort by sharing;
missed as yet In the pro- afternoon at 1 p.m. with a field he hid in ,the storage room and Center at Brooker put on a sup their homes with workers needed I
posed robbery of the Starke Dry trip to visit the pasture and feed had to be run out of there. per Saturday night to raise funds Varied ActivitiesAt for war Jobs because the scarcityof t
Cleaners and Laundry about dark demonstrations at the Experi- for furnishing a day room In USOYMCAThursday I I '
In the midst of
At The Finally right critical material makes It impossible
Library Sunday night. ment Station. These pastures his checking the cash register, Mr. Camp Blanding. In furnishingthe for this agency to pro-
The would-be thief broke In will include the various grasses room they carried out the night, July 29, men
CIRCUIT OP CONQUEST I.a i I. McClelland closed up and wentto vide new quarters for all Incom-
through the front plate glass clovers and lespedeza. I"Jungle" Idea using terra cotta from the 263rd Infantry came to
vIvid telling picture of the the A & A Cafe for a sandwich ing war workers and residents in I ,
Far East-.-the door of the laundry on the .cor- Wednesday will be devoted to and while he was gone the ''walls and bamboo furniture as far the USO-YMCA for a special the Starke area." '
Java, Singapore. Malaya Philippines Thailand ner of Court and Jefferson streets talks by specialists and the discussion place' was robbed. McClelland as practicable, with an over all ,dance. Under the command and
and be-- and broke the combination off the of the dairymen's problem went with the night police to a I leaf design of mos -green upholstery deft direction of Capt. Martlndale, 1

(fore the Indo-chlna-just: .safe but left without ever getting :!. local eating place and identified and curtains. the two groups were greeted with County Agent
Japanese
iman Morin, the-author onslaught.was the door open or getting any Thursday l is the Jersey Cattle Endlcott and he was arrested and The women raised $89 at the hearty applause. The Captain Needs Office Help '.

born in Illinois, In, Los money. In fact, the safe was not Sale at Ocala beginning at 12:30: :placed in the City jail. being later supper and will get more In other took this occasion to have special t
Angeles, grew up opened until Tuesday morning p.m., where 30 Jerseys from several transferred to the County Jail. ways Mrs. Edward Burns Red awards for expert marksmanshipmade County Agent, L. T. Dyer, Is ,
College graduated from PomOna when Junlus Smith, owner of the states will be sold. J Some of the bills were Identified, Cross Executive, said yesterday. to the boys by their Ser- losing two of his office' girls. Mrs. ,
ten
lIIen picked from was one of laundry took It to E. H. Smith's "While we do not have many and most of the money was re- The Lawtey women have Just geant. The band vocalist added Rose Hendricks and Mrs. Mary ,

|log class to the gradual- garage: and had him open It. dairymen I n Bradford County. covered. completed furnishing a day room much to the entertainment and Engel who have been with him i

''eges on attend Chinese Col- None of the money was missing.L. County Agent L. T. Dyer says In maple furniture, with colorful J those present were also favored about two months. They are leaving -

brilliant "cholarshlps Associated ; thus this L. Barker, manager of the "there are many cattlemen In the Colored School draperies and upholstery/ Is with a song by a Lieutenant of : the State as their soldier husbands -
Press Correspondent stated that the curtain county who should be Interested most beautiful and very attrac the company.; The early return of are being transferred.This .
laundry.
backgroUnd acquired an early which hangs on the window In In the trip to see the pasturesand Opens At HamptonThe tive. Both of these day rooms this. group Is eagerly awaited by leaves only one clerk, Mrs.
for his work In after the 63rd Division. These those who were fortunate enoughto Mildred In his office. He
:he"> Orient front of the safe, had been torn feed crops Tuesday are for Sapp
*aa where he saw what I nearly off In an endeavor to shield noon Those who go should meet Hampton colored school comparatively small groups of oe present at this dance. needs one or two more.
the end coming and tells us why I the thief from passers-by while at the University at 1pm. opened its new term Monday i women are to be commended for Last Saturday night the regular Mr. Dyer has had difficulty In

BALANCE was inevitable. ;I hU work was going on, and the Tuesday." morning with a brief program. I their fine work In behalf of the week-end dance was enjoyedby securing and keeping competent

proves> that by Allan Chase small light Just above it had been; Roosevelt Smith, the principal boys of the 63rd Division. a large number of GSO girls help since his two girls. Misses\.

trained' pver'a million extinguished. A member of the' Legion To Meet outlined the year's objectives and I and service men. Ruby Silcox and Martha Mathews
States enemies of the United his asked for "renewed Interest In our 'A special dance was given who had been with him over a

@d In are,now actively engag- police force check-up passed along of'busIness on Tuesday Night home-school-community reI I atlon- I Parisers Move Thursday night for a group from year left last spring to Join the

undercover warfare in routine I ship program In order that misbehavior the 63rd Division, and the GSO WAVES.
both North and saw that there was no The Jones-Langford-Whlte, Post I Charles ParUer, who has been i
houses, '
and
The author South America. shining there. Mr. Barker: of the American Legion will hold might be played down In Starke for the! past year or girl are again invited to the

[;jew. Irrefutable gives names, dates, 'light also stated that Mr. Smith had I its regular meeting at the "Hut" and progress be promoted more as manager of the P. S.Stores open dance on Saturday night. Ritz RepairedThe j
evidence of
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Axis Secret taken most of the money home.In Tuesday night August 10 at 8 Purl Hill, teacher, reported the first the Call Street
KATHERINE Army. view of the soldier paydayand o'clock. Since meetings are.held benefit gained while taking a win- I and later the Blanding Center Apply For Fuel Oil Ritz Theatre is being closed ,

by Hugh CHRISTIAN disorders that might prevail.As only once each month, all members ter course at Hampton Institute branch-ha* been transferred to two days this week-Thursday
the "errles WalP''e Is more about there seems to be no clue are urged to be present and while attending; the summer I Virginia Beach. He and Mrs. Those who have not yet made and Friday-for the purpose of J t
jet
I RANGE family; The burglary. H. A. Carlton announces school session at Bethune-Cook- Pariser will leave for their new their application for renewal of remodelling and Installing new
attempted Adjutant ,
RIDER to the
(Cet Is by w. H. B. : that the 1914 member- man Cortege. All of the teachers home today. their fuel oil for heating and hot upholstered seats, Mrs. Tom

1'zRTY: a new Western; cards have been received have taken courses this winter The Call Street branch closed water, ,should do so at once-unlesi Grady, prop rletor, announced '
TOKYO ls SECONDS 0 V E R Recent Births and ship some are already paying their and attended summer school at several weeks ago, and Ed Jones, they want to bo in the cold Wednesday. It will be comfort

Lawson by Capt. Ted W. "We must have 100 percent various Institutions.The former manager of that store with nothing but Icy showers for able and modern she said, and
dues. '
; and Five on a Merry.O1nd and Mrs. Early Thornton. this W. L. will operations with the
Mr. of 73 members pay up by school opened with an enrollment will succeed Mr. ParUer as man- their bath winter resume
by McSwlgan Is on August 1. girl. our clerk in the RationIng 1 o'clock snow Saturday after
I tbe JuvenIle Hellbron hicks.Brooker Armistice Day", he said yester of 72, an Increase of ager of the Blanding Center Blair chief
shelf, Mr. and Mrs.\ Sanford day. three over last term. unit. Board stated Wednesday, noon.
August 4, girl.
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STA RICE.!! FLORIDA FRIDAY. n'et-., ,1 1

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their men may die, and on the kind of I .Florida State Farm News Hampton Happenings Horne past relatives.week-end at Plant Chy:: I 'q,,
Barbara
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The Bradford County Telegraph
country in which they must live, if they Miss Frances Johnson

Established 1811 come home from the wars. SCHOOL OPENS few days of last week !*"'
By E. R. Bou\ler Mr and Mrs. Odell Cawthornand The Hampton school opened its parents. Mr. and Mrs wIt; I
So when Aiken tries to kid the women
AABAYBEFtFLORlHPRESSASSOCIAnON Mis. J. R. Harding of GdlnesvlUe 1943-44 term of school Monday, son, of Jacksonville 0V Jc
into voting against Roosevelt he shows he BROKEN" ARM were week-end guests of August 2, with a very good at Claude
As Mrs J. L. Robinson was M. Roberts. tendance. We take pleasure In Durham, U a
doesn't understand what has been happening Mr and Mrs. C. enjoying
a 1
.EDJTQRIALAsSocIA1nl'::
!\
: -day
groping for a teat in the dark at welcoming the teachers: fur lougq'
in the world these last few years. Miss Betty McRae was an over- home.
Starke theatre Sunday afternoon -
I C.: L. Matthew ._____.,______ Editor; and Owner Governor a night guest of Miss Juanita Ursryin Principal-Mrs. Mae Touchton, Lucile. and
it to little
When comes sex appeal, she failed to' see the Gainesville Tuesday of Bell Fla.; Mrs. Floy Sullivan, Margaret

SUBSCRIPTION KATE Dewey of New York leads Gillette by a hair. step Just after one gets Inside, In Mr. and Mrs. Wilford O'Drlone, Newberry; Mrs. Floy Sullivan, I visiting Mr and friends Mrs at VuWoga
flat she broke D.
the aisle. Falling D
has mustache. That him several Identification Officer t Kelby Therexsa; Miss Ophelia Bryan, Cay
Yearly $1.78: Six. }Month. I.OO He a puts her left wrist. We have manyof a son. Elmer pent t
Sunday
jumps ahead of Senator Taft of Ohio who us wished for'at least a flash Prison, Montgomery, Ala., were Jasper. : friend, at St. Augustine t.

Published Weekly on Friday and Entered .* Seeevi hasn't got hair even on his head. light to guide UK to seats for fear week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY MI". J. M. Mlnton of

ClAMi Matter at the Pont Of flow at HtarkA..Fl*. of broken bones or sitting in t Paul McLendon.E. Mrs. W. M. Norwood assisted I visiting Mr. and hire, Till!u
The Republicans sex appeal Alvan
gave us W. Thomas 2nd Class Petty
some one's lap. by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lester ton and family,
with Harding and business appeal with Officer of Corpus Christi, Texas Slade, entertained the Junior

. fit Statistics Don't Tell All Hoover. They offered us seagull appeal WEINER ROASTA and Cpl. Marion L. Crews, Jr., of boys and girls of the Methodist
group of our' little girls en- Polk La., guests of Mr. This Is a f.muy
Camp Church Friday afternoon, July 30, sir
It is irritating to farmers to be irf-
with Rickenbacker.But joyed a weiner roast Tuesday ,
I and Mrs. M. L. -Crews, left Tuesday with a party at Hampton Beach. yoarWarBoDdbuYIDI
formed by statisticians that agriculture is so far they have discovered no evening given by Mrs. J, H. Mon- for their respective stations. (I Swimming was enjoyed by all t the payroll lavlors Plan

making a financial killing out of the war. substitute for the human appeal of Presi- crief on the lawn of the J. O. Mrs. burwood Williams and (present after which refreshments family are It: out plan,which lIIe_
Caldwell home. In honor of several yourself.iv .
If the statisticians would leave the city dent Roosevelt. little visiting girls, namely children, Catherine and James, of were served! consisting of sandwiches
Pensacola arrived T h u r sday to cake and lemonade. Those
s long enough to take a look at the way a The strange bipartisan alliance. between Alice Ann Mills of Jacksonvilleand visit Mrs. Williams' parentsinlaw ''present to enjoy the occasion Clnc'tir ('Oln'r, HIIDYo

farmer must try to operate under present Aiken, the Vermont Republican, and Gillette, Geraldine and Patsy Cox of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams, were: Bert and Peggy Hlnson. cm eaus.; rv' FLonl"\j 11 IN

conditions, they would go back and toss the Iowa Democrat, was apparently born' in were Bennetsvllle the ,honorees S. C. Those Doris Invited and for several weeks. I David and Ivan Cornelious, J. L. t69 Nellie Cochrin Cochrin JJef..IHI"nt. r"tlnm! .'rye. Er
and C. W. Slade, Gene and Htldra I !
their statistics out of the window. their mutual support of the Connally bill Jimmy Moncrief, June Peggy' and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Durden and 'Nor- 2591.ORDER Pfni.K .
Watson, Jimmy Evelyn fgEJhfi :
their Mr.
had as guests' Sunday, \T'Otl
i For example, a lot of ballyhoo has been and their mutual enmity to labor.It Frances Caldwell, Helen Whit- and Mrs. Geo. Lewis, Mrs. Lewis. I wood. Joan Sweeney and Mabel STATE OF FIAtKHiA I T l dYl'IAfl' gi
field prace Crews Carolyn ,
published about the "flood" of men going illustrates the danger in the coming Bradley. : aryl (;their daughter, will remain with Smith. known L. Cochrln, whim r ,idem I" ,

ack to 'the farms. One dairy farm was her' parents ,as her husband had I! Mrs. Ernest Morgan and ,son, You are relJuI', 'PPtat
do- August 23rd.,
; which is to create much 1111:1:
campaign, so ?" 'h
Riding home eftgf' the down to report at Camp Stewart Mon Buddy, of Jacksonville spent the named Court and '",11 a''
recently subjected to the flood-at seventy- mestic discord that the public will forget pour of rain Sunday night Mr day. past week here with relatives. plalntlf1" ..eke dh.us. and wt.!
(
five cents an hour per man. Two men, one the big issues confronting us overseas. and Mrs. Robert'Klte barely missed |j' Mrs! Ida B. Maxwell Is the Mrs. K Watterson and Miss Order County. In; Telegraph next tour.hal'aiolhr\\'. 'Kh, 10".ltne.

"' a civil engineer professing to help the farmer The Republicans are getting ready to a real accident;several'lacera.-. AI- It was, guest of her son-in-law and Dorothy, left Wednesday for South seal\ at .IMarlte.. my, hllll 1<-",t
harvest time the Mrs. Kite received daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hill Va. From there they will 22nd. 1943
i in during
a pinch fight labor on the home front in the cam- tlons of one hand, and the car, Wiggins. visit relatives at Chase City and (01'lhCIAJ. SEAL) .\ I rho,

other an ex-stevedore looking for easy paign next year. sinking Into a washout, had to I I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Partney.I Norfolk, Va., before returning. T, Frank. Lnndrunt A. Clerk. Mnrkc' "r. aid rim C,
money, went into the field to load hay. At be left out all night. home. AU) for lit "r II '
and daughter, Kay, are vacation-
In that they hope to slip us a
the day's end they had arrived at the barn way Mrs. J. M. Bradley, leaving ing at Jacksonville Beach. :Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter.Sue .
President who has sat silent and evasive Monday for a visit to her mother;
returned their home at
with one load. Two other Ipads had been | Mrs M. R. Holmes Is spending to
during the explosive years when the. world Mrs. J. B. Treadwell,, at Statham, I the week with her daughter, Mrs. Everglades Saturday, after spend- That
the in
dumped by the wayside, one through Ga., 'had the misfortune to lose Naq
was being turned inside out. R. N. Dukes in Jacksonville.Mr ing some time here with her parents -
front door 'of a grocery store. They were her pocketbook containing. over Mr.: and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. BackachE
L. A. and
Shepherd Mrs.
paid off. Net result: Twelve dollars in If that happens, we can expect another' S30.Mrs. Calvin Williams have returned Mrs. Bertha Dennison and Miss <

labor'costs for a couple of tons of hay. armistice with Germany and a return to the Chas Cope- was rushed to from visiting relatives In Georgiaand Ethel Mae Durling left Saturdayfor May Warn of Disordered
a hospital in Jacksonville Tues-
Norfolk Va., where they will
of Hoover when national anthemwas Tennessee.A Kidney Actionafodera
days our
This is merely a sample. But it day morning tyr an emergency visit Mrs. Dennlson's son, Edward
shows why the country is going to go the rattle of empty dinner pails. operation on. her throat. cable from Capt. Martin Gri- Saxon who Is In the U. S. Navy. life with.. Improper In hurry w and ueq WDM
ner Saturday said, "Arrived safe- drlnklntt-its; I risk of :
tipoiu sad iolLionthrow. 1
-The International Teamster. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Myrick .
.
hungry if the pencil pushers that make the ly. Am well," but his destinationIs heavy strain' on the.of i
dren; Jane and Henry, left Tues- ,and sons Gordon Jr., and Jesse, the kfdnaya. Th.y.n apt to bwJovartaxad
writing tales. unknown. Capt. Griner has and fail.I to filler..
rules don't quit fairy cw u
day to spend the remainder of have returned to Fort Lauderdale .
and other Impurities from the dee
in San ,
been Francisco Cal. since
Danger In_ LetUpThe the week visiting Mrs Richarde's after a vacation here with friends. blood. '
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and his visit home. James Pickren, U. S. Navy, was You m r tarter aagring bukuiDMd
eh., dlBBioeM, ,
Republicans Offer Sex' Appeal in getting up
war news has been so good Mrs. R. C. Drew, Miss Hazel niiq
]
for ,
Mrs. Carlyle..Ritch in St. Augustine home the week-end. lag palna welling-M mown
less Reddish and A. J. Waters of Lake tired, n.rvoua.Ii worn out,Othw.
The Republicans have pulled the blan- recent months that most of us give -' a t Butler called on Mrs. J. G. Cald- Miss Dimples Parker, who has of kidney or bladder dI..rdrnw

ket off another stuffed shirt and now We and less thought to the possibilities of :Misses Molut> and Johannah well Thursday afternoon of last been visiting friends and relativesIn tlmM burning. acanty or too IrtqJurination. .

bombings or serious acts of sabotage in this Balbo of Osceola are house guests week. Alabama, returned home last Try Doan't Ptlli. Do .'. hdp
have a new candidate for President. He is of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Saturday.Miss fcldoaya to paaa off harmful<_Mwmata.

Senator Guy M. Gillette of Iowa who fancieshe country. As a result, many town defense I Mrs. A. W. Bates. Evelyn Norwood returned They of public hava approval.had mora Art than neJ htlntury

can win the Democratic nomination organizations, which a year ago bristled I Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs. RISINGBy Thursday of last week after a Ask mended fourDOAN by MpAbor grateful I Mars avirywhi
H.. L. Parker several Mrs. Eddie Norman two weeks visit with her uncle _
with activity are now relaxing. spent daysIn
against President Roosevelt with Republican I
JackllOnvllle.,last week. Re- Mrs. J. E. Norman and and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
support. It is comforting to think that the I turning with them their grand- Joan, returned granddaughter home- Sasnett, In Tampa.Mr. SPILL:

The man who introduced him as a danger of war coming to this country isI children, Laddie and Rosemary Saturday after spending two and Mrs. J. E. Colemanand

Democratic presidential candidate a Re- over, but it is quite possibly a false com- Robinson visit., will make them an extended -, weeks with her daughter. Miss daughter Joyce spent the 'P

publican, Senator George D. Aiken of Ver-' fort which our people will pay for dearlyif Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall I Mrs Rosa'Elvlee Mae, of Drlggers St. Petersburg of Llthla.and

mont. they put too much faith in it. When we went to Jacksonville Friday, I Mr. and Mrs. James Norman FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

In announcing the candidacy of Gillette, have defense organizations built up all over where Mr. Randall was treatment.expectedto I land son Jimmie, of Jacksonvillewere Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to 1 Re

Aiken said he was a natural because he had this country they should be kept on their After enter a spending hospital sometime for with I visiting Mrs J. E. Normanand EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mr. Mrs.
and Eddie Norman
"sex appeal." Evidently Aiken thinks we toes while there still is any danger. And her parents, Mr. and Mr: *. Roy this week. MODERATE PRICES -

are already back in those good old days they should realize that it is just I the kind I Roberts children, Mrs.-Randall have gone 'to Hardee Jackson and .I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman DeWITT Starke,C.FloridaPrompt JONES

when all a presidential candidate neededwas of let-down which is going on now which vllle to reside I and attended Mr and the Mrs.Thurman homecoming'meet; Jones- 0- .., "'" -.. II.. _._._ _."'. .., ..- -

.a marcel and a manicure to get the will invite our enemies to take a blow at Mrs. Clementine McLendon has ing last Sunday at Pine Grove .-.. ... v- ._,_ .... ,-. -" .... ...- .. __
feminine vote. our nation. returned to visit her son and ,Missionary Baptist Church at
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville
But today the women of America are We are all glad to know that the Ger- Paul McLendon, after an absence : Herbert Norman will\ return Service Careful Drive

not looking for a glamor boy. They are mans, the Japs and the Italians, are being of several months. I home Sunday after spending

thinking of other things. They have sons, thrown back on all fronts. But it must not sonville Miss Alice is visiting Ann Mills Misses; of. Jack-Doris three weeks in Lake Wales" with

brothers and husbands on the fighting lines be forgotten that they still have plenty of Moncrief and Grace Crew his and brother-in-law Mrs.' Gordon and Jones sister, Mr. Starke Taxi Servic

and on the production lines. equipment and could, if they wished, still Misses: Geraldine and Patsy Rev. C. H. Chapin will fill ,his

Their eyes are on distant shores where attempt raids on this country. Cox: of Bennettsville, S. C., are regular appointment Sunday at
visiting their grand parents, Mr Corinth Church. Everybody is Phone 150
and Mrs. R. H. Cox. *
I cordially Invited.
I'll shoot you where you are!" Mlsa Margaret Putman of

t -.._ .._ .... UNCLE I Old Aunt Liza waltzed around Birmingham, Ala.,, is the house Office lIuppli ;- ; all kind for Day Night]

: the syrup barrel sassy aa you guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. sale at The Bradford County

F (I please, and cocked an eye at Mr. and Mr. Bryan(Whitfield Telegraph. I. Do ._ _. _,
JOE'SJAiV I Jordan. "Doss man," she Bald, -
., *** ** *i m*** m m mi mm** mm em B HHHHBHH *i ***lm
"I knows you ain't talkln' about

me. I ain't crippled and I ain't I Have a "Coke" = Come be blessed and be happy
sick. Why, I'se one of .the best ,

workers on the place. If you
t I 4' think I'se crippled. Just watch me
By J. L. HARRELt
1
dance!

With that she began to turn \ \
It the Government really want land, farming tools and machin- and twist in a way that would \\

to settle! that trouble with the ery, mules horses and slaves. He have made her African ancestors .L; \\1\
saw at, once that some of the wUQ
turn in their
coal miners and other strikers over graves. t i a / .
old to
plow-stock too
was pay
once and for all, why not call on for its keep. Along about the When the crops were all gath- _
ered and the cotton had been .4._ Dig I.e. M
Mr. Hoover-the F. B. I. man- fifth day after he took charge, he ass /
sold, Mr. Jordan found that he'd
him settle it. In had the animals
and let my the plowboys lead of aI
produced the largest number _
humble opinion :Mr. Hoover coulddo over to the back yard of the big ,
bales ever turned out on the plan-
as good a job with coal pro house and sent word out for every tation.
duction as a certain Mr. Jordan man and woman, over 12 years I : r

did. way back In 1845, with cotton old to come there too.

production on the Redwing plan Mr. Jordan, then took his stand TIIERESSABy 0 -"
Mitts Ida Hagan
tation. on an upturned empty syrup i '
Old Mars John and bis slater, barrel-In front of the back porch Pvt. Ernie W. Newdom, of Camp A \+

Miaa Sallie, owned the plantation where old Mars John and old Miss Rucker, Ala., was visiting friends '
but for years had been in bad Sallle were sitting-and yelled: here last weekend 6 et'Vj ; nns- r
health neither one being; able to "Lead those horses and mules In Harris
Mlsa ,Minnie is visiting
stir around and attend to the,front .of me, one by one, so thatI relatives here this week.
plantation affairs. Not only that, can cull them' out!"
Mr. E. K. Powell of Miami and
but being soft-hearted, they believed I ,He picked out six of the oldest-
daughter, Bettle Lou asp visitingher
the slaves when they claimed looking mules and horses and
sister, Mrs., E. S. Sibley.
that they too were sick and shot them dead. Then turning to _
not able to work. Even the plow- the negroes he bellowed: "Now Mr. and Mrs J. D. Orlffls and
boys claimed that 'the mules and Mrs. Paul visited relatives In
that I've attended to them, you
horses were unable to work dur- .niggers line up and pass by.We're Gainesville Sunday. V ,
ing the heat of the day, and old gonna get rid of every- Mr. and Mrs. H. Brinson of I IIII VIII I' / '

Mars John would let them go thing that can't do a day's work South Miami were visiting friends' H I ,
to the stable while the boys gleefully around here!" I here last week. Q1? 1

went fishing.! Old Aunt Liza slipped her Pvt. Roan Thompson, who ,la I VIII "Coke"Its = Coca-Cola
stationed visitingthe
Matters went from bad to worse crutches under the kitchen steps Thomas at Tampa,last was week. 'II I natural for popular nttntt w

until the bankers decided to take ,got In line and passed along the Little Mary family Constantine of II I friendly) abbreviations. That'
drastic action. They hired a Mr.
Green Cove Springs Is visitingher IllutluitiWluiiuulil why called "Cow--
Jordan to oversee the plantation, rest.When you hear Coca-Cob
they all got by. Jordan grandmot her. Mrs. S. R.
telling the Redwing that If they
yelled\ out: "Say. something'swrong
did they not had want better to be hands-off kicked out.and here. Where's that old Swindell.Mr; and Mrs. W. H. Roberts of or how to break the ice in Iceland -

cripplednigger I saw coining up Lake City were visiting Mr. and
let Mr. Jordan take full charge.
here on crutches? I want to see Mm. A. H. Roberts recently. l
Now, the Redwings owned 91 "Come.be,blessed and be happy", says the hospitable Icelander when he
I her and every other crippled nig- Master Rex:: Brooking returned meets a /

, slaves and G5,between who should the ages have of been 12 ger on this place, right now!" home after visiting in Alabama stranger.That's a warm way of putting it, but no more friendly than the way Amen-

t- able to work every inch of the I No one moved an Inch. 'with his grandparents. of Belle ,can soldiers say it. lId I"* a"Cd,", says the Doughboy, and it works ia Reykjavic -r t 0
Mrs. W. D. Garrett as
without trouble. "Step out In front, crippled i
you
((1 plantation any
k' In fiont. whereI Glade U visiting her mother Mrs. it does in Rochester. Tbt frausf flat refreshes is the friendly to "Hi
I However, they owned quite a few niggers Step out way say pal" in -
more who were either too old to can see you!" P. Jti Dickerson.Pvt any language. All over the globe Coca-Colo has become the gracious ice-breaker
do a good day's work, or were The frightened slaves looked Frank Ielsay'ot Camp
1 physically unable to do anything like a row of ebony statues. Blanding was visiting his parents between kindly-minded strangers.

,4'"r Among the latter was old Aunt Suddenly Mr. Jordan pointed here Saturday and Sunday.

Liza who had been all drawn up Ills finger at old Aunt Liza and Miss Agnes King of AlabamaIs senile UNOII AUTHORITY O; THI COCA.COLA COMPANY -the global
with rheumatism .for years and said, "There you are, you old visiting friends here this week. IY
had to hobble around on crutches. dried-up bag of bones. I know Earl Geiger of the Coast Guard STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY highiignPAGR

The first thing the overseer did you're the one I saw with those Is visiting his, mother and family _

was to take stock of the farm crutches. Step out in front or this week-end. e 6 Iwo sue u

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SECTION War DeclaredOn -Melvin McKinney two, and Kirby'' dogs caught and killed two foxes, Some Pumpkin! etflcient help because they could '

FINEWS Crews one that :were getting too : and "would have gotten more", Ii find nowhere to live. Consequently -
Local FoxesA fat for lack of exercise! ; and getting Mr. Denmark said, but he had James O. Platt, local Boy last week, through W. T.
-- where they didn't know a three that he wanted to
puppies
to
Scout who lives in a trailer atHalle'
Clute, realtor, he purchased three
.Hints For The combination of circumstanceshas fox from any other animal for get some act u a 1 experience In
(ral Household made foxes In this section lack of practice; and 'the further' chasing foxes. So they expected I Cabins, has one pumpkin I houses on Church Street, between I
mmonsense ,' live hard recently. During the fact that there Is a certain element to go out again Wednesday morn- vine 65 feet long and 30 feet wid"belIeve !! South and Nona, from JohnR.

WASTE FATS IN WARTIME :MEALS last three weeks O. E. Crosby, of sporting blood In human Ing for another hot chase, at It or not!" He has already McKinley. The property con- ;
EVENT\ : I who lives four miles west of nature--and you have the perfect which time J. D. Bowers was to. picked one pumpkin from state of one-half of block 33.
would be a fine thing It With fats as with meats, our Starke, has lost about 100 chick- set-up for the musical fest of a accompany the same crowd. it, and it has eight left, he said. It Is stated that Mr. Nasworthy 1 t
It' be time well spent for !wartime appetite and our military ens, ranging all the way from fox-hunt for !the early hours one About the same time near the will probably remodel the houses
Id sit down and [need. outrun the supply. Point lefts recent Sunday morning. Edwards farm W. HousesC. rent reasonable rates -
baby ch to fryers. W. M. M. Edwards, Buys Three : and them at
J/gixe"bought to all waste rationing gives each of us an Edwards has also lost a numberof Melvin McKinney Smith Denmark J. M. Edwards and Frank Cone to his employee in the Tip Top t
gf farm- waste In fertilizer equal chance to buy our shareof I young turkeys from his farm Kirby Crews, O. E. Crosbyand and their dogs caught and killed H. Na worthy has taken Super Market
Machinery, In tools, fences. fats and oils. We may not always about three miles southwest of I one fox. They have been out steps to solve the housing problem -
in time and human en. be able to get the kind of town. Raymond Brown followed the j three times recently and have of the employee of his large Call Wanted: Clean rolton ruga. No
e.and' sell 1 then to do something fats we like best. But fats can Add to that the fact that Smith hounds for three or four hours caught three on the ground Mr. Street grocery. For some time trousers, :No button.- Bradford
it' I be alternated one for another, just I Denmark had three fox hounds, in the Crews neighborhood. The I Cone said. he has had difficulty in keeping County TrlrRmiih. If
I ut statement was made t(et .o long as meals hold their satisfying .
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|!E! Dr. H. Harold Hume, etlck-to-the-riba quality- V
Bfof; by Un one of the chief functions of fat ;'
the riculture. a lima In our food.
of
1 rge Florida farmers full We must remember that fats'

[j. gives for the tremendous -and! I are scarce. Be_ sure and save
"Iful efforts they have made them. :
Inducing food for wartime Save the fat and bone trlmjmlngs V
from, meat and poultry.
,1 la
TJPV have done and are doing Save the drippings from roasting '
.eat and patriotic job but and frying. You will have W, ;'f Ir tie&
.
L of them can do more If they more drippings to save if you
check up cpr\ their farms and cook at a low temperature.The .
Late waste In their farmingLams fat from meat can be ') t I IA p
activities, he said.lasts ( I
and used as is or rendered (placed i in
of seed, he explained, pun and cooked out).
abe avoided by taking special
The 1. 1.'rr
drippings should be strained
L seedbeds propel'lyto
to prepare througn. cheesecloth before beIng

|[Ing,protect rains,young Insects plants and from dis-: Keep'used all again.Bate and oils in a cool ,, t ,t

dry dark place, in covered containers ::4
J nd that has lost its richest to' keep them from going & :
--
[ through erosion Is infertile bad. St
,
j unprofitable and the wise Use all the fat saved for any
will prevent this waste, ::
:er cooking purpose; whether baking,
planting cover crops and by frying or flavoring vegetables or
ir' approved measures. other foods.
Sever' before has there been Avoid ,
burning fat. Burnt fat
much information for farmers is hard to digest and disagreeable t.
formation based on research to taste. It also spoils quickly.;
Ii- on ways and means of When fat smokes It is already
ng vegetable and field crops) burnt.If .

poultry and in producing, you save, more fat than you
Stock milk as there is today. need. take it to your butcher.! t !
this information is to 'M t .
effort and money, Qt f11
cps, on out-dated and ineffl- Three-Day MeetingFor
It't methods and practices," Cattlemen -t--.M-; -Fsd
dean said.

biher ways In which farmers Annual, field day and meetingof

) prevent waste and Increase the State Dairymen's Assocla- .. tpr n
r production for their own :lion in Gainesville August 10 and
and the sake of their coun- 11 and annual sale of the Florida
lalwar, as listed by Dr. Hume: Jersey Cattle Club at Ocala Au
I] burn crop residue, grass and gust 12 are expected to provide
\\t,\ (unless the material car- three days of especial interest to
> diseases) is to waste valu- dairymen throughout the state. t
i organic matter. Plowing 1 1er it Convening at the University of
will J Increase the humus 'Florida at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Au-
tent of the soil, make it richer 'guest 10, 'the Dairymen's Allsocia1 ;i
farm measures should be used( 1 Lion group will visit demontra-
crop I Lion and research plots on the .
Experiment Station farm. They;
inn machinery wears out
e quickly If It Isn't kept clean, i will pay particular attention to. YOU WRITE A LETTER' a Prisoner of War I to-
:-oUed, In good repair and pastures feeding, fertilization and .
iected from weather Neglectarm mowing of pastures, Napier grass ?
I I plots, and pasture management
machinery Is waste. ,
Practical andI he's of Jimmie Doolittle's boys. Perhaps he
,pair of fences, farm buildings) pratices. dairymen Maybe one I
|tan equipment prevents rap- I farmers will report their owni left behind when Bataan fell. Anyway, he's an Ameri ,

lint eltrloratlon.proved methods and prac- i I results with Napier grass. \ and he hasn't had a letter in a long, ]long time.

k wetl-kept and 'properly op- Hog Cholera Causes \ E
Itd equipment and working orIr Needless Losses And when you sit down to write, tell him why you

and systematically will save share of War Bonds last day.
'' buy your pay
and energy and enable the In Swine HerdsWhen I !

ier' to produce with maxi- "Dear Joe." you might say, "the old topcoat was getting
mum efficiency and results an animal dies from hog 1
cholera there Is a loss of meat O kind of threadbare, so I _*.+
which the country needs, a loss
gar Cane Syrup of feed which the hog. has eaten, cross it out. Joe might not understand about the top. t

und To BeBaby and a loss of Income to. the owner especially if he's shivering in a damp Japanese cell.
od Food says Dr. A. L. Shealy, head of

the animal industry departmentat Let's try again. "Dear Joe, I'vebeen, working pretty
i little the U n I ersity of Florida d
J that sugar Is made cane to syrup on -most the The loss Is needless, since animals hard and haven't had a vacation in over a year, so "i I
be immunized against
hem can
| farms the
-added to
bottle will help prevent I I'I 'hog cholera he declares. better cross teat out, too. They don't ever get vaca ,
la, He quotes. figures from the National -
Florida State Experiment where Joe's staying. ,, ;
PrOgram

Conservation
Ion i workers have found. I I Livestock -
American hog :
UIHon of refined corn syrup warning that ? ahead write the
for Go
I'ucose to the milk as a food raisers will lose in excess of 2 1-2 Well, what are you waiting (
I baa been a practice of many million pigs in 1943, even If outbreaks to Joe. Try to write it, anyhow. '
|lcan: but, Dr. ouida D. Ab- of the disease remain at' ,
head of the experiment sta- the 1942 level. This will mean a But mister, if somehow you find you"can't finish
home loss. of over 200 million pounds "
ed that economics babies on staff such, diet reV of meat and 20 million bushels of that letter, will you, at least, do this for Joe? Will

P develop anemia-a blood de- grain, it l is estimated. -. ., the amount of money you're putting into
up
I'qr that leaves them and I| Dr. Shealy recommends vaccl- / \r' J .. "u' OUT you
.. pale I IDating pigs at weaning time and ,,i ,fit: 'k, ..__ ":.''y' %\ y War Bonds and keep buymgyour; share from here on in-?
.
important .'. e5
bn't anything-,. the corn says it Is especially "" Cg t4C rte i ern "
shotes be vaccinated t."" o:* *
per 1 glucose that feeder Ct e
that causes the \"
Uon. It Is just that they before they are turned on peanut .-.. E;; '
t feeds, If they have ,
contain the minerals that fields or other

I'Prevent shortage It in If the there,baby's is a body.na- I I been"Because immunized of the critical feed BE-sfl! ,
need DO YOUR ;
gar bu cane been syrup boiled, particularly in an iron for situation everY and pound the of Imperative meat are that urgedto cane YDUYE DONE YOUR BllNOW

'pper pot, supplies those min marketed, producers .
be. on the lookout for any disorders -
e i first in their hog herds," says 4,
were made in 1933
Ruth O. Dr. Shealy. "If cholera appearsin THE PAYROLL SAW6S ,PLAN_
Townsend. Dr. AbI' BOND 8urlK8 THROU6H '.
assistant, began supervis- the neighborhood, or at the 'BOOST YOUR ,tf''' 1-
the disorder In the ,q.
feeding of elghfunder- first sign of any "
herd, the producer should call his

local veterinarian." all-out effort ,. ',,,'
America's war by.
t4e is contribution'to "
alA I; He said that of the approximately This advertisement a .. '' ..
5,800 hog cholera outbreaks I;; ._ :

1N 7ovs.th1666 I Florida in had this 364.country last year FRANK'S FINE FOODS W. N. (BILL) CARNASION SCHLITZ & OLD BEER'MILWAUKEE '


weight malnourished infant who. BOTTLING P. S. STORES
ugttd had been born of severely anemic STARKE COCA-COLA GUY'S MARKET
for Miiartal Srmptoms others.. \ COMPANY SAM ROSENBERG & SONJACOBS' .
instead
Cane syrup was used .. '
BARKSDALE'S STORE
of r the usual glucose lyrups. Atthe Inc.3i, DRY GOODS STORE
CENTER
end of six months all the BLANDING "We Clothe The Family"
babies were making normal progress
and none was anemic. H. E. TUCKER THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP '

[ Since then many rural mothers, ',,,* Across From Park Theatre REFRIGERATIONi
of co-operating COMMERCIAL
advice
the
upon STORE '
physicians, have modified the KOCH DRUG 'j' ROGER'S JEWELRY & ARMY
formula with cane syrup STARKE BEAUTY SHOP
feeding
Max
Shane STORE STORE
have
the results SUSLOW'S ARMY
and in all cases BEN McCULLEY FOGG, Mgr.
Abbott said. LJNNIE
;
been satisfactory Dr. .'
"Pfometr/'st I She has had no reports of JORDAN'S BARBARNEY'S LEI L A' 5 EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY ;
the substitution 4
from
harmful effects DRESS SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON :r
?Oaf cy,, bother of cane syrup for glucose, STATION I1
you let Inthe DRINK STAND EDWARDS SERVICE 4
difference
eemI them and lit land[ there is little VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES n
Iii you : calorie. values of cane syrup UJ1)I'
I.sset it you need them. commonly used 'COLUMBIA MILITARY ,
and other syrups CARL JOHNS I
CO.
7ln| 'experience.HolidaySandy. / to fortify. the baby's diet; CITY TRANSFER DISTRIBUTORS *

Tttt'NONE. by appointment. [' )0 every man womaa sal UNION BUS DEPOT W.. T. JACKSON & W. S. KUTEK !
5.457$ Volte States lays THE STAG t
child_*Ide Ia$100 the the aggregate win THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP H. C. WALL, AGENCY, Insurance-, ...
t i" about 13,<_> .000.000 or the -
mart
the Treasury
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NtRAIROBfa," onTN"I'V 'I Ir.1.FJfUtAPR 'ICT.Untfil. F14vk5"e FRIDAY, AI'GI'eT B, 1
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I come And you know if theywon't ily pulled up stakes for Lakeland, picnic as long as he iive
CLUBSMrs. Open House' go out for a _Coca-Cola, where Sam Is working now -

. SOCIETY and At Service Center they won't ,go anywhere In- Ruth ling e r I n g in town long Hear the teacher k.honage

deed, you're not the first to note enough to tell everyone adios and felt in Lawtey, too, and Ia
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For New Director hair- Osborne (is Grace
becoming
the great change (for the worse, dixplayin' a very "filling in there
HonoredAt JohnsonNunneryThis Farewell Party 'most believe) In Starke in recent do-one of the new feather bobs BHS opens next monthreports untU
Durden Brown
Honoring Mrs. Alice new
Miss years But just do as I do that Ted Is attend,81"special !
For
StumpMiss hostess for the Church Service g
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LuncheonOn week friends here receivedthe Blame everything on the war; Ground Observer'
following Invitation: "Mr! .. Evelyn Stump, who will Center,and the ladies Episcopal of the Auxiliaries Presby- dry your tears and ease your disillusionment Odds an' Ends. at the USO Edgewood Arsenal, :JI(,ourle, at
terian
Birthday liam Nathan Johnson requests the leave soon for Nor t hampton, entertained at house Tues- in the fond hope that Dance: Pretty Lora Crews getting Glimpsed young Maxie Carter. Jr':
honor of your presence at the In open this new-found crassness is onlya her GSO pin as a result of with his shoulder In
the
Mrs A. A. Durden was < Mass., for a training period at eight o'clock, at a splint
honored guest last Wednesday; marriage of her daughter, Gladys the WAVES, was honored at a the day attractive evening Church Center reception by-product of the "duration'1 30 hours of service Jean Better luck next time, I

when her daughter, Mrs. Harry: Opal, to Mr. Rudolph Oren Nun- surprise miscellaneous shower Mrs. Brown comes Davis, Elise Green an' Lorene straightening out those GeL

Houston, entertained at a Ole nery, on Thursday, the fifth of Monday night when Mr. J. R. here from room.Gainesville, and is a Moncrief among others having curves Personal nomlnatf,!!
at halt after six o'clock, wonder st the time of their lives dancingto for most disappointed
o'clock luncheon at her home on August Wainv right was hostess to mem- relative of Mrs. Julian, theBishop's Can't help but j u man in the
Water Street The occasion wai First Baptist C h u r ch. Ste rice, bers of her bridge club. wife. which girl is gonna shed the moat the well-directed music of a Army! Dink Hart, whose expected
Florida." Also enclosed was a when Geol'g.Kenl. heeds choice band from Blanding '. furlough to come home
in celebration of Mrs. Durden'sbirthday I Summer cut flowers, artistically Mrs. Edward Burns, president of tears and V.
card stating: "Reception 'of the Mrs. Jacobs) (pinch-hitting for acquainted with ,2
anniversary.The Immedl-I arranged, were placed to advantage and Mrs. the call about the middle his brand
the Episcopal Auxiliary
ately after the where month and into the Army Marie Register) doing all in her baby daughter didn't
hostess used artistic arrangements In the living room K. G. Duncan, president of thePresbyterian goes come
of cut flowers] li Laura St." three tables were placed for the Auxiliary, assistedby ', Seems as If there Is quite a power to see that the young,folks+I through '. Tsk tsk trick
this number of concerned lassies have a good time .' Her smile Sam can be a hard-hearted
decorating her home for players. a ,number of other ladles, ,received old
lovely affair. Riser-Norman Upon arrival Miss Stump was and entertained at this In- Good to see Clare St. Peter and would insure that, I think I boy at times, can't he? In-
and back in Horance Gibbs Davis Jr. (better cldeiUally; I doubt
Scott if
girls Agnes
Luncheon was served from a Wedding of InterestTo presented with a shower of gifts, formal open house, which was) enjoyed we'll know
: town, even if just for a pop call and more briefly known as Dinkthe/ next time we
tokens of love and esteem from see him
which was
table by fifty persons.
prettily appointed Friends HereOf her friends. The hostess': Glimpsed,Margie (Mathews) 'Buddy) reports that the Air I. --t Hear the'Infantry has !
vegetable many
a unique refre shments of fruit I
centered by Light
Cara Nome Cosmetic Dowllng- just back from Wyoming Corps) routine Is rather strenuous, duced him from 220 to alnT
gift was a
salad arrangement. Interest to their wide circleof punch and open-faced' sandwiches and getting ready to leave for but he wouldn't change places for like 180 Tip to WAC
re.
The honoree was the recipientof friends In Starke la the follow- kit.At were served. California to join Billy, who's the world He's stationed now 'I cruiters: Why not publicize
game the
of the ,
conclusion
many lovely gifts and the hostess' ing account of the marriage of the stationed there now Dooley at N. C. State University reducing angle? YOU'd here
gift to Mrs. Durfen was a Norman daughterof Mrs. J. W. Brownlee was presented Miss Frances White of Tallahassee A. W. Anderson I all
Miss Daphne Davis just back from a trip to Hear St. Sgt. us over-upholstered gal beg.
pyrex baking dish. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Normanof with the club prize, her reward I Is! spending this week with Gawgla with the G. C. (Rev) I I (Hq. Co.. 31st Div.) is still maneuvering glng to get In That is,
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Following luncheon the guest Rlchland, Ga., and Woodrow for making high score. Bingo : her aunt, Mrs. L. A. Canova at Powells, where she got .her first down around Shreve- ''you want us (which nobody else

attended a moving picture at the W. Riser, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. prize was won by Mrs. Arthur : KIngsley Lake. taste of farm life Scarcelyhad I I port. La. Writes his mother seems to) says YOUr (no.

( Florida] Theatre. F. Riser of Sanford, Fla., which Holllday. i they gotten settled In Jax'- :I that If he ever gets out of it j,body's sweetheart)
Those enjoying this delightful was solemnized Sunday afternoon, Following the game the guests Maj. and Mr. H.. E.' Alexanderand vllle than Pearl) Simpson and fam- ,he never wants to go on another -,-CarolyaSTARKE .
delicious refreshments
affair with Mrs. Durden and Mrs, July 4, at six o'clock In the were served young son of J Washington,
k,. Houston were: Mrs. J. F, Colley, Rlchland Methodist Church. of pie and coffee at Ann andHarry's D.' C. are guests of Mrs. Alexan-

Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs W B. Both Miss Norman and Mr. Cafe. der's parents, Mr. and t Mrs. Frank

Alexander, ,Mrs. G. B. Flynn and Riser were members of the .B,H.S. her costume. Hemingway.Miss .
MM. Mary Gelger. faculty last year, she being head
Miss Ethel Riser, sister of the ,
of the home economics depart- Jewel Carter returned to
groom, wore a yellow silk crepe
WSCS Circles ment while he was athletic coach with rosebuds. her home here Friday after a
and also an Instructor. They are the small week's visit In Jacksonville with
Following a
Meet Jointly now making their home In Jack- reception was held ceremony at the home of her grandmother, Mrs W. A.

sonville, where Mr. Riser Is employed the bride's parents. Guests Included Starling, and other relatives.Friends FLA

Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. I. P. In defense work. the bridal party, membersof
The double ring ceremony was of little Maxie Carter
Shepherd and Mrs. I Carrie Ritch the family and a few intimate ,
were joint hostesses Monday aft- performed by' the Rev. C. W. friends. Jr., are glad to see,hlpi, back in .
when entertained Jordan, pastor of the Rlchland Starke after a week In'St. Luke's
ernoon they An interesting feature of the
Circles One and Two of the Methodist Church.A reception was the cake stand Hospital, Jacksonville1,'"where he SUN. MON. TUES. --- AUGUST 8 910

Woman's Society of Christian Ser- program of nuptial music was which was) a prized possession of underwent an operation.. for a dislocated '
vice. Bowls and vases ,of radi- presented by Mrs. Rochelle Wel- II shoulder. II '
the bride's) grand-mother and U ,4'i'O,. r ; I :"t'"l\t\: ";;.r;::,
ance roses were used for decora- don of Daytona Beach, pianist, "/hlch held a three-tiered wedding '
tion In the living room and reception and John M. Anglln of Lumpkin; cake topped by a miniature bride Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., and '
hall. Ga", soloist, who sang "At Dawning and groom. lon, Tick, of Lake City spent 'TOPPING Every Merry Hit They Ever Gave Ton!

The meeting was presided over ," and "I Love You Truly." Out of town guests attendingthe Tuesday night 'at KIngsley Lake

by the president, Mrs. W. G. The church 'Was decorated with wedding ,were: Mrs. W. B. with Mrs. McClane's brother and
than "Buck Privates"
Greater and !
Halle, and was opened by prayerled fern-banked altar forming a background Sewell Miss Gayle Sewell, Starke sister-in-law, Mr.",and, Mrs. Glen C- gayer

by Mrs. Titus Olson. Bishop for floor baskets of white Fla.; Miss Ethel Riser, Sanford Duke. "In the Navy" "Hold That Ghost" !

Cusbman's book, "Will a Man gladioli and carnations, Interspersed Fla.; Cpl. Roy Echoic, Camp ,
Rob God", was reviewed by Mrs. with seven-baneh candelabras Blandlng, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and / "Keep 'EmFlying" "Rio Rita" "Pardon

A.. Wood. holding white burning Hughes Montlcello, Fla.; Miss Mrs. J. W. Klncald returned the My Sarong" !

The following short readingswere tapers. Sewell. Gainesville, Ga., and Miss first of the week ,after spendingtwo
The ushers, Talllaferro Taylorand .Thomaston Ga. weeks at the Kincaid cot-
given from the World Out- Lora Frazee, '
Alton Davis of Rlchland, tage on KIngsley Lake. While
look: "China's Need of Medi- fjfr.
lighted the 'candles, preceding the there they had as their guests Mr.
cines", by Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch;
Office supplies of all kinds for Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and lon,
and
bridal party. '

"Famine One Chinese Affect,,Province"9,000,000 ,PeopleIn Miss Little Wlllette Snipes, cousinof sale at The Bradford County I Jimmy, who returned Sunday' to : tJ3et(!) Iq

Olive Ray; "Chinese Soldiers Are the bride, was junior brides- Telegraph. I(their home in Tampa. (! ; 4

Undernourished", Mrs. L. D. Vin- maid. She wore -a gown of pale ;
ing; "Church Attendance", :Mrs. pink marquisette and taffetta and
Wilson O. Lee. carried a nosegay of pastel flowers -

A generous collection was taken centered with small pink dahlias Callstreet

for supplies, which will be sent tied with pink tulle and wore I' Carolyn ; ,

to headquarters to purchase food, a halo of the same flowers.Mlas.Gayle 'a, vyd'pE91 ,

clothing and seed for war sufferers -, Sewell, coca+n of the nn., nn _n_ I ,;
in China and elsewhere. bride,' of Starke': Fla? was maidof J p4

Others wishing to make an of- honor. She wore a gown of Well' folks Can't help but our little metropolis exercise a ,
fering may hand it to Miss Amy pale yellow marquisette and taf ponder over what a sea of strange (very limited number of words

Coburn, secretary of supplies for fetta with powder blue accessories.She faces will be seen around BHS from the.old book of knowledge.

the local Society. carried a bouquet of pastel this fall, and how different things The most commonly used run

,flowers centered with yellow will seem-at least until we get along the line of: "I"-the one /'
The hostesses, assisted by Mills
gladioli and tied with yellow used to the newcomers .' Who land only interest of the Individual ;)o
Annie Darby, served the large .
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,tulle. says war doesn't touch the folks j today; "l\loney"-that filthy wea- .'
number of with refreshing 71.i"
guests assorted' The bride entered the church back home The restlessnessof pon whose value nan depreciated < '< .bib.,.. ii ,.,
and home-
juice .
made grape cookies and candy. Duringthe with her father, Mr. Harvey E. the times seem.' to have hit unbelievably. Then, there are the i ,. ; ).N ilf li1'fY .', i'f

social half-hour Mrs. Shepherd Norman, 'who gave her In marriage our BHS faculty with a bang and ever prevalent phrases like: 0'1don't >> ", .. !' ---?", io:..: ,.;-..4w -
if be almosta have time", "I'm too tired" ... ;:! /'
read an humorous article en- and was met at the altar looks now as there'll !t \! .;;.:. .' <1i ,
titled by the bridegroom and his best complete turnover before things "I don't care to". And that is "t/j( t 'l' ...L
"That Missionary Barrel". ; 'j ;.;
man, Cpl. Roy Echoic of Camp get settled down Among the the whole truth-"I don't' care \'. !$:i:,;.). ,\ 'f .; I
Blending, Fla. vacant chairs will be that of to.. Lack of interest, no desire ', .'. ... '
New. Arrival Evelyn Stump, who, by the time for, diversion no cooperative gesture -
_.. ..mMr. --- The) bride; an attractive blond, ,
school opens; will be a'full-fledged whatever: :
and Mr. W. M.: Hart an-,was dressed In a costume of aqua I -
WAVE Instead of mindinga "Take the little episode that
nounce the arrival of a baby crepe trimmed with silk lace. *
room-full of children Edna occurred Wednesday night, July
daughter, Kay, on Saturday July Her hat, was a picture, model of Hart will stay home this year to, 28. Everyone of you must know 'vM 1 1r
white
silk braid trimmed with
31 In Riverside Jack- < a
Hospital
mind the o n e a nd-only Infant that the ambitious. members of
white bow, other accessories were #
sonville. of white. daughter, Kay, who put !In her the Junior Woman's' Club spon-
arrival this week Leola Roberts sored a dance especially for the ,
Jr. Woman's: ClubThe For an ornament she wore' hermother'l has accepted the principal- pleasure and benefit"of the towns
gold bracelet. She carried ship at Brooker and Melvin Futch people. Its announcement was &

regular meeting of the a white bible on which were has been lured away by defense plastered all over. town and was

Junior Woman's club will be held two purple-throated orchids.' work '. Others 'who have requested also advertised in the 'Telegraph.

Wednesday night at eight o'clockin Mrs. Norman, the bride's mother -' leaves of absence are Well, to the dismay of all con-

the club building at which time wore a light blue silk sheer Eunice Searing and Dell Dowling cerned, only ONE man who Is a

the new members will be honored with white accessories- and a corsage Marvin .Rooks, who put BHS resident of this town attendedthe co'N .
guests at a supper party. of pink gladioli completed on the map in dramatics last year, affair, and he is. the GUY on

is In the Army now, and attrac- whom you can always place your .
tive Faye Peterson is also'among stakes-a born leader himself.

those who won't be back { The hostesses who were so kindly **
Coach Woodrow Riser and home- asked to I attend as chaperones
ectress Daphne Norman (now a didn't show up either. No' not C withVIRGINIA
team of Mr.: and Mrs.) have de- 'lone( "
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serted Starke for Ja 'vl1le .1 I The Junior Club 'Is" made, up ofthe BRUCE

So get set, folks, for a lot of new I future matrons,,'of this town
faces around BHS this fall and the cooperation and.obvious
attitude of our fellfaw citizens Is Robert! PAIGE Lei! ERIlSON

Seems as If this column Is getting not encouraging to'their, efforts,
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: the reputation of having; a to say'the'least. .. Lionel AtwOl ,JIm Wgma :Samuel S.Hinds
very nice shoulder to weep upon "Will this "''oblivious state of

At least I get that impression living continue to wreck our Tip, Tap and Toe Dancers

from an anonymous letter received I every effort, or I. our club to
I this week from a IIlusloned" 'have any cooperation In the futureto tip, ;4b THE SARONG ,DAHCIHGGIRLS; .
Jr.''Woman's Club mem- back up our ambition and pur- I 'e -- and

ber screaming "WHAT HAS HAP- ,pose T THOSE SENSATIONAL HARMONY HITS
PENED TO THE PEOPLE OF -A disillusioned club memb r" *'

s STARKE .' ,. Here 'tis: I ; ; THE FOUR INK SPOTS
I "Interest! Enthusiasm! Cooperation Dear Disillusioned.: I know just ,

Ahhh those were words that I how you feel .vJust like the .

once had meaning to someone besides time I put forth my best effortson :-. ALSO LATEST
Prpl-Coto Company. Long Island City N. Y. Webster himself. But not a unique Coea-Cola party and 'WAR NEWS

Franchise Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville I tny longer. Today, the people of practically: nobody' 'bothered to<<

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Quigley PurchasesMammoth Cemetery Fund At The Tabernacle be den held has September been a citizen 14. of Mr.Starkefor Car-
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Painting Still Needs Aid week Services are being at the conducted Tabernacle by this service -! volunteer the past fireman eight years much has of beena that


attended Clrourt Mrs.: W. C. Powell and small Mrs. Sam Anderson and daughter Mr. and Mrs J. T Quigley recently Don't forget to see Police Of- men from the Keystone Army time and was for some time fire-
v Knight Ben C. Holtzendorf City Field. evening Sgt. chief, He was for five years representative
ficer or Air Tuesday
Tuesday. son. William Clarendon Powell, Janet returned home last .
| Gainesville purchased the huge painting the Baking
of Seybold
in Jr., returned yesterday from the week from Rome, Ga., where they Clerk Carl John! and make your VV. B. Felde, assistant chaplain,
Alachua County Hospital I. in visited relatives. "The Feast of Belshazzar", donation for the cleaning and upkeep was In charge and brought a very Company, 0 f Jacksonville. He

spent Gainesville. which has been on exhibition at of Crosby Lake Cemetery. spiritual menage!' from let chap- was born in Dawson, Ga, coming

I Miss Pearl Simpson and family, the Gospel Tabernacle for the past Since last report eight, or ten ter of 2nd Peter. The Sergeant to Starke eight years agoELECT .

Urle of -Frost- Mr. aqd Mrs. Jack Carter of who recently moved to Jacksonville few weeks. The artist, the late persons have voluntarily made is gifted with a good voice also,
suaannah Monday ands Atlanta, Ga., have been recentgue.t. have gone to Lakeland to |their donation to Mr. Holtzen and brought a fine message Insong. -
refused an
Fletcher
here Mrs. Stuart ;
,, arrived dorf. He said that several persona I
of Wsa Virginia of Mr. Carter's parents, ,be with her son, who has been '
guest I offer of S5,000 for the painting from Jacksonville, who had will
Mr, and Mra J. G. Carter, on transferred there. I Friday evening the meeting -
U. North Walnut street. prior to her death three months relatives and other interests In ,be held by Pvt. Pope Booth, also

Delores Alvarez of Mrs. W, H, Perkins, Mrs EarlB. ago according to her son, E. A. Starke, had read the Telegraph's of the Air Field and this Is be- James F.
:18 wins Fletcher, local sign painter. announcements about new Interest with much Interestas
anticipated
: Searing and son, ing
[ visiting her grandfeGMrs Mrs. B. A. Pope of Auburn, Ala., Burge, accompanied
| For the present the painting being taken In the clean- he halls from Tennessee, and
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? E. Wilson la by their guests, Mrs.R. .
Frank a guest of her
parents, Judge
) S. Trask and Miss Betty Trask, will remain on exhibition at the up campaign for the cemetery, has the spiritual fervor of his
and Mrs A. Z. Adklns, who are [ HollingsworthMAYOR
ur. Wl1son. .p spending several weeks at their were visiting in Thomasville, Ga., Tabernacle; but as soon as satisfactory and had promised help. forefathers. The orchestra is I
had last week. I arrangements" can be madeit Since last report the Tic Toe composed of W, B. McKinney and
J. J.week Rigdon Kingsley 'Lake house.
sad ]lrB. their grandma I will start on a tour of some Tap has donated $2; A. J. Angelo Mai'ion Crawford, violins Mrs. OF

estt this and De Mcy Mrs. R. S. Trask and son, Avon of the churches in nearby com- '$::5; V. S.. St. John $5; J. M. Alvarez I Tom Gebbart, accordion. WilsonB.
Bonita Fay Dr.. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown Trask, and daughter Miss Betty, munities, where Its sacred influence $5: ; Tim Jordan $3:S; the Dennis of the Air Field, guitar, '
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on of Jacksonville. I'nng and children returned Sunday to of Lakeland, were visiting Mrs. may be felt. Negotiations Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. $5: ; and Ray Gomes pianist STARKEExperienced

the their hbme In Tallahassee after Trask's mother, Mrs. W. H. Per- are now under way for a W. A. Beasent, Jr. $3; and Mrs Friday evening will be Mrs

!L. Blair, chief clerk tn spending a month's vacation at kins and sister, Mrs. Earl SearIng showing at the First Presbyterian S. L. Peek $5. According to Mr. Gebhart's last contribution to the

Board, spent yesterday'ICkfionvlJle KIngsley Lake. last week Church at Gainesville. Any rev- Holtrendorf this brings the totalto services an she leaves noon for
conferring with enue received from the free-will approximately $250 to this her home in Delaware. i

officials. Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Koch Pvt. Charles E Burton Is on a offerings left by patrons will be worthy cause. Keep up the good The chlldi'en's meetings on Wednesdays -

will leave Monday for Arcadia 10-day furlough from Fort Bel- used to defray the expenses of the work! continue to grow, and '; T2.

a, Alvarez from the Naval where Mr. Koch will relieve the voir. Va., and he and his wife, of picture to other localities Mr. Jack Shellhaas, of Camp Ulan-

gene at Jacksonville, spent pharmacist }In his drug store whilehe Jacksonville, are visiting his sla- Quigley said. Bryants Leave StarkeMr. ding, contributes his talent at the
Wlc-end with his 'mother, Js on a 10-day vacation. ter, Mrs. Sam Anderson and her It Is the ultimate goal of the piano to these services especially,

Frank E. Wilson. father, J. B. Rowe Qulgleys, however, \t o erect a and Mrs. W, E. Bryant, Thus the service men are proving

Mrs. G. C. Powell and daughters -, building on their church propertyIn who have managed the Starke H blessing to the work.
I-.. Louis Shafkln returned Misses Jewell and Frances Master Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. which will be housed a sort Hotel for the past two years, have

lest t week after" a three- Powell have returned from Lenox. Davis and daughter, moved Mon- of museum. This will be the permanent gone to Gainesville to make their Cardens ReturnVan

visit with her home peo-' Ga., where they visited I Mrs. day from their home near the home of the painting home. Mr. Bryant formerly op- I

New York City. Powell's mother, Mrs. D. L. Crlf- ',Farmers' Market to R. J. Davis' along with hundreds of trlnklets, erated a restaurant In the loca- H. Carden, Petty Officer

fin. green stucco bungalow at 314 relics, antiques and souvenirs already tion of the present Ritz Cafe and 1st class In the U. S. Naval Re- I :

1. A. A. Durden Is spendingweek I'Temple Avenue In the bands of the Quigley they have lived in Staike for ten serve for the past eight months, -"

In Jacksonville as guest Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Strip .. Among these will be such years. They recently sold their spent four months of his time In ,

er ion and daughter-in-law, ling and young son, Bob, of Mas Edna Pearce, who has Just things as heathen Idols, steel engravings home on West Call Street to )M.M. hospitals, and he and Mrs.: Carden

Bid Mrs: H. A. Durden. Gainesville were dinner guests completed a course In nursing at prints,,,,old china, guns, .' Raybln owner of the Star returned to Starke Thursday

Sunday of Mr, William H. Thom- Vanderbullt University, Nashville, etc. Store. night, July.29, from Long Beach .
'lie Jimmie Branch returned son and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. ,Tenn., arrived here yesterday to Mrs.) Bryant's sister, Mrs. P. H. Calif., where Mr. Carden received !

rday to his home In Jackson- Stump. spend some time with her mother, New Director Reynolds, of Ashevllle N. C., who a disability discharge. He had a

after a visit here with his i Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Service: Center is an experienced hotel manager, case!! of intestinal flu since enlisting Honest .
mother, Mrs. J. N. Payne, Mrs. Irving Blum was called to For will arrive in Starke this week in the Navy, and it left

New' York City a few days, ago Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecln, who recently Mrs.; Alice Clapp Brown, for- end to take up her duties as him with an ulcerated stomach. I

nd( Mrs. George W.: Marks' because of the serious Illness of moved from the Bryant merly of Selma, Ala'! but recently manager of the hotel for the I While Mr. Curden.Is not physically Capable .

!daughter, Marjorie, of De- her father, Henry Morn. He died home on West Call St., are now of Gainesville, Is the new owners. Col. and Mrs. D. E. fit for the Navy, he Is strong

j, will upend the week-end two hours before she arrived occupying a small house owned Dire c tor of the Presbyterian- Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant's to all Intents and purpose, and Home Town '
,Mrs. S. I.. Peek and family. home. Her husband Is managerof by W. M. Edwards( at the rear Eplecopal' Church 'Service Centeron many friends regret to see them will resume some form of civilian .

t the Camp Blanding Military of his property on West CalK North Church Street She leave Starke. war work at Camp Blandlng. Boy I II

::1. J. D. Mathews and daugh- store. took over her duties Tuesday, He will run for the 'City Council I
Dorothy Warren, are making Mrs. Effie Johns and her bro- July 27, and is' already makingher Old 'Bradford Boy'W. subject to the city election to
neks' visit with Mrs. Math- Mr. and Mrs S. A. Weldon and ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and influence felt among the service -

mother, Mrs. I.. Donovan, at children, Steve, Jr., Billy, Jimmy Mrs. M. D. Carter, of Lawtey, men and others with whom R. Strickland, of Tampa,
cIton.! and Martha, returned Monday spent a day recently in Hawthornewith she comes In contact. Is temporarUY with the Railway
"night from Winter Park where Mrs. F. W. Webb niece of Her training and broad exper- Express Co., substituting for the

[in. Lex Green returned last they visited Mrs. Weldon's ,par-, Mrs. Johns and Mr. Carter. ience admirably fit her for the various vacationers. At presenthe

y r from the Alachua County ents, Mr. and :Mrs. D. R. Shaf- work in which she is engaged.She Is taking the place of "Pee
'accompaniedhome Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May haveas extensively Wee" Williams, driver, who Is
pUal, Gainesville, with herr fer. They were has not only traveled -
| | ion, William Harris Green: by Miss Mary Weldon who their guests their daughter. (her late husband's work on a two-weeks' vacation. When Sunday Monday Tuesday Also
i mother and son are doing had spent two weeks with her Mrs. L. R. Lambert, and their making It necrtsary for them to he .returnes, other employes will
grandparents. daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. V. May, live In Turkey for two years) also go on vacation, andfro Midnight Saturday August 7-8-9-10 .

I both Washington, D. C. They but she has also been engaged In Strickland will fill all places, Including
".. :will be here for several weeks. Wm. SAUOYAN'SThe
church work for many years and those In the office, he

I Mrs. T. H. Slade and children, In various defense activities nine said.
NOTICEEFFECTIVE moving to Gainesville 18 month Although he has been In Tampa:
who Human Comedy'y
Tommy, Joan and Flora,
( MrSlade'a ago. She Is a member of the< for 23 years where he was with
visiting
have been here I
I Civilian Defense Corps In Gaines a truck line, he was born in Clay;
JULY 30 1943e 1 sisters Mrs D. P. Caipenter -
I' vllle, has worked in Red Cros county and reared In Bradford .
Company ,and Mrs. T. T. Long. rL the Ratlonlni g remain with the Express Mickey Ilooney Frank Morgan Fay Ilalnter -
John H. Denmark Furniture turned yesterday to their home i In I Headquarters He plans to I
; ". Board and anyvincte that her'services Company the rest of this
Will Collect All Accounts of EalC1ey: Ga." I farr James Craig
4 I were needed. year, and then move to his
She was tendered a receptloi eight mile northwest of Stark*
'' arrived i I In
The Edenfield Jewelry Company' I Starke.W. H.last Friday Nollman night from hs! Tuesday night to Introduce her near the old Ralford road.
of Starke. Refreshments -
citizens
q' to the
'of'Starke +summer home at Highlands, N. were served and i a FlaresAbout Wed. -' Thurs. Aug 11-12
C, where his family remain. After Water Heater
: social time was enjoyed
Call Street looking after business inter general To Blow Up America" r
citizens Came
143 by the many representative noon July 26 the fire< "They
I esta, he will return to Highlandfor for tin
who were present received a "hurry-up1
department j :
the rest of the summer. George Sanders
occasion.Mrs. call to the corner of Madison and .
Brown Is "trying to mak< Orange streets. A keroseni e
Resale-Colao r
NAT SEZ: Cpl. and Field Mrs. Ga. arrived 1 In the Church Service Center tin water heater had flared up, and
of Moody ,
In town"and ,
attractive place lives there
most Mrs. Lindsey, who ,
'The town I.* looking. up or maybe I Starke Tuesday on will a 15-day wit fur Is planning open house ever;: wanted to be on the safe side. Fri Sat. Aug 13-14
I better quit calling Starke a i,lough which they spend Wednesday Saturday and Sunda;; No damage was done, R. C. Bu-
Fre
t town. their parents, Mr. and and Mrs.Mr. and evening. Wednesday e v e n Inj ford Fire Chief, stated. It t Is "Buckskin Frontier" Hopalong Cassidy f
would
Yf. ,Cued to wan, some guy Flume of Starke doughnuts, gingerbread and coffee understood that the property belongs -
come out for Mayor, and we'd all Mrs. G. B. Colson of Brooker. will be served and Saturday; :I to Miss Arlene Mann, one Also -

let him have It. So glad wedldn't evening, light refreshments. Sun Lex Green's secretarles. -
received a telegram of Congressman
have-to. run for the Job.. Home from folks Lt. Wm. A. Edwards day from 6 'to 8 P. M. punch "Redhead From Manhattan"-Lupe Valez
Monday
oh boy, looks like we ( will be served.
But now, land Lt. Al Kay Carlisle Bombardiers and sandwiches
have a whole coveyof at the
going tn A I received
are telegram
with the Army Air Force, Assists USO-YMCA
candidates.Well Center Wednesday,afternoon stated -
here's a tip, I smoke that they were in Idaho. The;; H. Allen Jr.,, '
boys, that Rev. George
the 25th for Salt Lak< Mrs. Ayltffe Robinson Jacobs of
left Starke You .
would arriv Let Us Help
Robert Burnzee.y City, Utah. of Bath, N. Y., Clinton S. C., is substituting ai
morning to serv
here Saturday '
Woman Program Director al
... Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and Mrs as Camp Pastor for the month ol the USO-YMCA while Miss Marl< Get Rid of

last week In August. Is six weeks' vacation -
Arthur Rlgdon spent Register on a
A Beautiful Line of St. Petersburg as guests of Mrs, and leave of absence SOREHEADAmong

Rigdon's son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Kincaid Joins Mrs., Jacobs is a graduate ol

Mr. and Mrs F. E. McMillan Red Cross StaffA Winthrop College and has taker
EVENING, FROCKS While there they also visited Mr post graduate work at Columbia Your Poultry

and Mrs Harry Behiry of Tampa change of personnel In the University. Before coming here

1 % local Red Cross office glvet she was supervisor of academics Use Our Sorehead SalveWe
Sizes 9 to 15 12 to '44 George Blllias, manager of Con Starke another local woman at the State Training School at

don's Grill, who was recently II there.; Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid l It Clinton, S. C. Results
(and spent several weeks recuper recently left vacant Guarantee
I taking: the place
sting at hla home in Daytona by Mrs. Christine Drake,, Lawtey Methodist
$11.95 Beach, is back at his post tr Home Service Secretary, who has & Jars
: spent awhile 10 A. M. MornIng 2SC SOc
N Starke. He recently gone to Columbus.,Ga., to be with Sunday School
," ," .taking Mr. Condone place In l hDeland I tier soldler-hu band. Worship 11 o'clock. subject ,

cafe while he was on hit Mrs. Kincaid Is well and fav r- Overcoming the World". EvenIng -

,' i 8:30 P. M., subject DAYSWill
'- vacation. ably known in Starke, and Bradford Worship : SCHOOL
Good SelectionBARifiZON I I County and well fitted for Our Righteous", Last Sunday

I ,l.lr.) Dora Burton arrived her position. She was formerly the church dedicated its service Soon Be HereIf
Wednesday to spend a few days with the Welfare Board In DIs- lag. Chaplain Dryden of Camp

,SLIPSSizes'9 I [with her two daughters-, Mrs. J. net ::0. 5 for a year; also a 'landing was guest speaker and You Need
L. Anderson and Mrs. Martha teacher In BHS for several years .Irs. L. H. Hill, who was responsible -

I Johnston. Two of her sons are and in business on Call street for for the flag pinned on the
furlough"'; Pvt. Charles Senior Boy Scout Good Dictionary :
also here on quite awhile.Wiggins. Int star. A ,
to 15'32 to //I4 I E. Burton of Ft. .Belvolr, Va., atrol Leader Billy Edwards and "

.and John F. Burton: 8.. C. :3-c of Sells LandLast hIs assistant, Coleman Phillipssorted We Have ThemPriced

Camp Peary: Va. .. the mothers and sister

$2.00to. $2.95 week Mr. and )Mrs. H. B.Vfggina who pinned on the stars of, their At
,, Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley sold a parcel of land In loved ones. The choir sangAmerica
recently purchased from Corley south The Beautiful". 75c $3.75 $5.75 ]j
old Finley place one section 24, township 7 15c, 30c, 60c, ,
Johns the 21 east to '?'fro and Mrs
ange
mile east of Starke on Road 241. Raymond O. Wise. This property Expensive Property"In

Use Our Plan The'property consists of a house lies between the G. S. A F. Trunks
Layaway M natural love and
and two acres of land. r a. Beach the sum of Bathing
and the Hampton
Mrs. Ethel railroad the price paid by I
Bradley Is a sister of six miles south of iffection" was
ad five or,
Select Your Bell, employe 'of Mrs. Mae Slaion! itarke, and Is adjacent to. Road John 'Gary Ennis, civilian Department em- At Prices Vou Can Afford to Pay
with the Navy
Call Street. >loyee
West
,
side. The con- "
on. the west
13 on :
the
for
; D. C.,
.
in Washington
New FALL COAT NowA Mrs. Harley F. Strong returned .deratlon was 1700. large yellow house on North Wal- From $1 Up ,
home last Friday after spending nut Street formerly occupied by ,.
three weeks In the Piedmont Hospital Sells; Small PlotCol. ,fr. and Mrs. Berry Johns and

Atlanta Ga. Last February amlly. To Avoid Ear Trouble When Bathing ,
,
Hold It D. E. Knight
"
Mrs.
Will and
Deposit she slipped on the wet ground The house was the property of
It failed to old about two'acres of land to aunt of Mr. of Ear Plugs 10c M" '
and broke an arm. Joseph F. Lee on irs Vida Morgan, Use A Pair I r
MM. i
311'. and
heal after being ,et. and onfy '''Ennis.: and she deeded It to him
Prices 28. The property
Popular two Thursday, July
had
,, After having The Johns family
worse. July 21.
grew of Starke,
north :
... operations on It In the hospital, Is i two miles of It fronts on Road ccupled the house for several J
and 100 feet
she is much Improved. Her bro- Knight' said. The 'Lees ,years, and Mrs. Morgan' had It Store :
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and 13 I. )Ir. placing the lumber acated several month ago Intending Koch Drug

Mrs. H. S. Boyd, accompaniedher are already build a farm to remodel It, but found

Sternberg's to her home at Klngsley In t preparation the property.to The flancial 'tt: Impossible to secure carpenters ,
Is a jeweler home on
Strong work.
Lake. Mr. conclderatlon was $100. to tdu the
aside ,Camp Elandlng. l
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPR 8TAlUDII. FLORIDA T t ]kt
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C South- -Florida after completing a Ileve me they- have everything to sonville with Mrs. Kelly's brother I Mrs. Flowers Resigns : Saturday night and left Stark
Mr. and Mrs. yesterday to be ,
sister-in-law,
be had. I and
in the School for Bakers work with that can I wth
OUR SERVICE MEN and course Cooks at Camp Blanding. He think we are very lucky to have Dewey Woods. Pfc. Edwin L. Flowers, former His new address is Hq, Sg,

Devoted toRtrssdfortf ..*._ of l.tr*.t -.......... has been In the Army over a such fine hospitals- overseas.I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and manager of the Southern_ 5 cent' T. C. Wing S. A. A, F 611t
_. .. ,. .
...... P...t0.alr... ..*ho.ew fr!..". ...% ... I rlrl ** year and is a former employe ol guess by now the Government son, Fred were attending to busl to $1 store, seems to be fairly rensburg. Mo. 14er.
.*fM.i..riM. hy .......*. In .**... ..<| letter the Tip Top Super Market In has let you know that I was ness in Gainesville Monday established
G permanently now-as Mrs Alton Dobbs
from th9. Yo.. war crow ....-.. ffvrvl* awarded the Purple Heart. Believe Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and an
Starke. empJoy
writ to tfc*
aiw ineste4 t
men are in the Armed in the
'l>lrrn| li. reporting event. sad aetlrltlrj me it Is a beautiful thln|'. children Beverly Jo and Sherman, permanency goes store for the peat loti
of ls tere.t. LEADS IN RESCUEEns. Just the same I don't think it I is were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forces-and Mrs. Flowers, the years, will take Mrs. Flowtrr>

Frank Walrath Jr., of worth the pain it takes to &et Adam Andrews of Lake Butler, present manager of the store, has place as manager,
ATTENDS, DIESEL SCHOOL the service both at home and Keystone Heights was instrumental one, but now that I have It, I am Sunday.Mr. resigned her position effective last I duties Monday uiKing up bet
The following Interesting letter abroad, would say the same thing. would have morning
in the rescue of two soldiers very proud of It I : and' Mrs. Barney Moody ,
received this week from Not only the clubs here but last let I
was and a sailor from drowning after told you about It in my of Lakeland were visiting Mr.
Joe C. Ricks, who is now a 3rd the people of the town of Richmond they fell from a landing boat dur- ter but I did not feel like writIng :Moody's sister, Mrs. Arie Brown
Class Fireman with the U. S. are really swell to us. ing the Invasion of Sicily July much that day. .It am feellnj Sunday. .

' r, Navy: We have a, fine lake to go 11. Ens. Walrath the beach- much stronger every da r. ,
Miss Doris Green of Lake Butler OFF I C
So. Richmond, Va. swimming in on our nights off master, saw the men go over Well I guess the weather I I was a week-end guest of ESUPPLIES
with
July 29, 1943 but It can never compare the side of the boat. lIe shouted getting hot back In. the state
Mr. Matthews: good old KIngsley Lake of course. for help and then began swim- now. Believe me, It Is hot here Doris Crosby.Mr. .
Dear There are plenty of girls here In ming out to them. Two other I won't know how to act If I and Mrs.' Jess Vining of
I receive the Telegraph every old Vlrginny but they can't come sailors followed him and helped ever get to where It is cold Lake Butler and daughter. Jessie,
week and would like to tell your up to the home-town girls in make the rescue. again.I and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly
readers about my schooling here I Starke. When I think of Starke spent Sunday in Lockloosa.
Naval Training Diesel must stop for this time as I .. or ....
at the and the Callstreeters I used to be TAKES BASIC FLYING Roland Jennings of the U. S. N.
School. It is very Interesting. We with I really get homesick. It Aviation Cadet Theodore E. am getting tired. was a week-end guest of Mrs.Arie .
have eight hours of school twoo would make a fellow feel lots bet Beam, son of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Love to all, /Robert Brewn and Horace Dyal and We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary .

r three hour ter to hear from some of his old Beam of Starke, has reported to Robt. G. Green-31203191 was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C.

and of varied plenty sports of friends once in a while as well the Coffeyvllle Army Air Field In Co.Cpl. F, 172nd Int. Regt. Crosby and family Sunday. Business Routine, Both Civilian And MilJ. I
q M as folks at home. Kansas to begin his basic flying APO 43 care postmasterSan Mrs. Arsula Crawford and
everything. ( I was transferred from. Bainbridge training course. Upon completing Miss Doris'
Francisco C allf.WORKING daughter, Shirley Ann tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs
The schooling ... Md., on June 17 to come i the nine-weeks training there, Crosby and Miss Doris Green

:, was kind of ( 'l' here for a period of eight weeks he will be sent to an advanced FOR "WINGS" were in Lake Butler Sunday afternoon .. .
tough a t first ;: .>; training. Then I hope to get a school where he will finish his "'" -
,
but I'm beginL J 10 to 13 day leave, and after' thatI cadet training and win his wings. Or-" -. T' Rev. W. E. Hall and wife were j Account Books box Files

ning to like it [ ; hope to go to sea. guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Alton I Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons

now. We get two V'f\ Sincerely.Joe WE HOVE SO TOOJuly Dobbs and Mrs. Inez Kelly, Fri Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard
nights of liberty C. Ricks F 3-c 30, 1943 day. II Card Index Files
a week and have ,jjf Co. 23, Barracks 2. Sect. 1, Dear Gene:
swell times a t Naval Training Diesel School, Here Is my check to keep the I Desk Calendars File Folders
the USO-YMCA and Mothers' South Richmond, Va. Telegraph rolling my way for another SAMPSON CITY Gummed Kraft Tape
Clubs. They all treat us as If 12 months. I sincerely hope lly Louise Varnes Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink

we were at home and we are COMPLETES: II. & C. COL'IWE and trust that by the time this Mrs. Curtis Varnes Is spendingher Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink
very grateful to them for the Pfc. W. T, (Bill) McMillan son subscription 41 x p Ires I will be two weeks' vacation In Jack- Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts
service they're giving. I am sure of Mrs Eva McMillan of Starke "back-home" and can deliver my sonville. Legal Blanks Legal PadsLooseleaf
that. all the rest, of the boys In has returned to Camp :Murphy In next check to the Telegraph office Outfits
Mr. and Mrs. Hubart and son Ledger
... In person. Best of luck and
I good wishes to all, Jlmmle from Avon Park spent a Carbon Paper Second Sheets
Wainwright week here and Pala'tka, visiting Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS I Capt. B. C. ,
relatives
851 F. A. Bn. Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

STEAKS CHOPS Ft. Bragg N. C. # ; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and I Onion' Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper
Mrs. S. E. Jones visited friendsIn I Post Binders Paper Punches

AWARDED PURPLE HEARTMr. Lake Butler Sunday. j Duplicate Receipt Books

TEMPTING: TASTY SANDWICHES and Mrs. Adam Green of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler of Ring Binders Salespads

DELICIOUS HOME MADE. PIES. Starke this week received the New River were dinner guestsof Stenographer's NotebooksShipping
following Interesting letter from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves merchandise
Tags TaA"SRubber
,..
their son, Robert who was re Sunday.
Outfits Labels
.cently wounded In' action In the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Smith Type Postal
A & A LUNCHEONETTE southwest Pacific: visited in Jacksonville Sunday.F. Aico-Grip Tabbing
Monday morning, Aviation Cadet MIlo O. Spon- Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida July 19, 1943 holtz has recently completed his P. Jones and daughter, Steel Letter-Size "File-Its"
Louise of Ft. Pierce
stopped overa
training at the Merced; California Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli
Dad and
Dearest Mom, Family few days here on their vaca-
Just a few words from the old Army Flying School and Is now tion to Hot Springs Ark. And Many Other Items

boy. I am still in the ..hospitaland at Fort Sumner New Mexico for Mrs. Charley McKinney visited H_ _0- "' __ --- -
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT: AND ECONOMY: RIDE will be for some time. I am advanced Instruction. At the com- her son-in-law and daughter, )Mr. ,
I doing the best in the world so pletion of his course there he and Mrs. Jesse Thomas of Johns ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL:
will receive his "wings" and will
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR .don't worry about me. I must town a few days last week.
Uncle Sam's legions In the
say I am getting the very best join Pvt. Howard Brown, stationedn PRINTING
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATIONPLEASE : lot care. As you know when I skies. Cadet Sponholtz was em- :Mississippi: spent a ten-day
PHONE 147 was home I thought Dr. MIddletonwas ployed at the Florida Bank at leave with his parents Mr., and Bradford CountyTelegraph
his into
Starke before acceptance
I: the only doctor there was, Mrs Lem Brown and returned
the Air Corps. He is the son
found
but believe me I have some Friday.
UNION BUS STATIONLACY that I owe all my respect. I of Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz for Several from here attended the
i
of and now livingIn
merly Lawtey
met of the finest doc
have some basket: dinner at Pine Level
CONWAY, Agent tors In the world. It Is a pleasureTor Jacksonville: Church Sunday.Mrs. .
them to be able to do some- Myra Goodge and little Phone 29 Starke, Fla.
Temple Are. Starke, Florida thing for us boys who have come GRAHAMBy Roy Harper visited relatives In
back from the front; lines. BeShe Mrs. Eva Strickland Palatka last week.

Mr. and Mrs. ''C: B. Roberts
visited relatives in Lake Butler

Sunday afternoon.
Tom Wasdin of Waldo was In

our section Sunday afternoon
Rev. L. G. Hemmlngway filled

wants to win an his Sunday.Mr.regular. appointment here

and Mrs. Clarence Melton
fI and sons attended church here
unpopularity contest! Sunday.

Mr. and :Mrs. Harvey Starlingand i
son. Leslie spent Sunday aft
ernoon with his brother, Harley I .

Elizabeth Jenkins seeks title of 'I Starling Mrs. Eva* of Strickland Brooker. and'daughters e earl

returned Saturday afternoon
19431" i after a 'two-weeks visit with rela-
"Most hated by Axis in tives and friends Inn Nichols.

Mr. and Mrs. >J. B. Strickland
few with her r ua 'ire ea
are spending days a ,
1
parents Mr. and affs.1A.. Davis a7ANDANC
t{ T ,., on.OMpa11V
at the State Farm.
AXIS has probably never heard *
>-
THE
Miss Elizabeth Jenkins-but GUM BRANCHBy

he's doing her level best to change ,Mrs. T. N. Norman I .
that o: ja
s tai i Miss Bernice McMillan of the
For example: _' State' Farm spent last week 1.,
his: section with Misses Margaret
Elizabeth works in an essential In-\( ind Marie Sapp.

dustry thereby releasing, in effect, Mrs. Ma'v I n Hubbard and

fighting man. And out of the salary laughter, Agnes Jenkins, of Flant t :eta b
City spent the week-end here
she draws for that work she puts 22% with relative*. .

Into War Bonds, through the Payroll Savings Lieutenant Tom is an antiaircraft artil Mrs. E. S. Sap and son

Plan. She figures that her investment may leryman. Captain Jack is in the Air Corps. Hudolph, are spending this week 1 BA r=

help to maintain the three fighting men who So Elizabeth is reasonably sure that in one with relatives in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Edwards
brother. and her or another, the Axis will hear from the
are closest to her-her two way ind children spent the week-end
father. Jenkins family in the near future. It makes here with relatives.'

no difference to Elizabeth whether her War Miss Daphne Milliard of Lawtey
"They're fighting for me, so the least I can the week-end with'her riser -
Bond investment buys bombs or >shells- pent
do ii to help buy the tools they night with! Mrs. V. H. Keene.
for
Elizabeth. either one will get her a few more votes Mr. and Mrs. TV N. Norman

says the title she's seeking.. and son, Gerald, and Mrs. E. W. MOST M much a part of most Southern 'village*
Her father commands a brigade of the Norman and Mrs. Nancy Keen' attended .. the Court House ,
Are doing as much for America's itself, is the bulk
action you church at Kingmley Lake storage plant ; .: .
North Carolina State Ouard. He saw future as Elizabeth* Jenkins Are you as Sunday. at the edge of town bearing the old familiar sign; ,

overseas in the last war and his stories have anxious as she is to get the war over and get We 'are sorry to report that STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Wherever people eon-" :' : .
made Elisabeth keenly aware of the importance klrs. J. S. Sapp Is In the hospital ;
and
: the war wont Every dollar you can lend gregate work and live there you will find the tank, '
of her investment in War Bonds. Her at the State Farm, as the the office and the yard of an Agent of this $' '
(r hurries Victory, so exult of a spider bite. We hope Company. rt $
father has explained that no matter how ahe will soon be!! home again. The Agent is a part of the community.He 1. '
// neighbor .
has he need Figure It out for yoursWeren't : c. 1'",
and fight a soldier Chastain friend
( much spirit Mr. and Mrs. Carlton and fellow-townsman. And to the community HE;
the best equipment that money can buy. there a few more dollars in your and little daughter of Hampton is the Standard Oil Company. ,.. .

,Hulas also pointed out that American aol last pay envelope that could have gone into I rere iapp visiting Saturday Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. E. S. Relives r:" the ground." Hit feet ue on 'ground. .
,
then are the best equipped' in the world. War Bonds-but didn't Oct'out a' pencil Miss Dorothy Norman of Starke And thatlDay'explain'slow it Is that Standard Oil can ,r"

Miss Jenkins wants to keep them that way. right now, and see if you'can't boost the per- pent the week-end with her parents and does keep so close to the interests of ;
Uncle Sam Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. every locality
she baa two centage you're putting aside for it serves Our aim and action ek'e
because in addition to her father, Mrs. Nancy Keen was In Jack- are deep-rooted in the '',
brothers in the Army. -Ana*yourself onrllle Thursday of last week on very soil of every Southern County. ';;' "

lusineas, and was accompanied The people. of the South make the South. We Ii.! .
home by her son, Harley who be are i'Jt..:
proud to one of them '
by reason of '
had several there with our sixty genial
pent 'p
:
days

'YOUYE DONE YOUR BIT---NOW DO YOUR BEST elatlves.Mr. and. Mrs. Bill McRae and years in their midst.AIIir I

I/IfIr 11II1Ir
little 'daughter of .Starke were BUY MORE WAR BONDS :
isltlng In this section Sunday.WNNYBROQK .

..,L Fur WAR-Bay),7 AND STAMPS*

FARM STANDARD OIL COMPANY

Mr. Arsala Crawford
By
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE c. p AT ,g D -
and a" K t w T U C a y
:Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly
Member 'Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. son.. ,Vincent and Johnny: :Mack\
Member Florida National Group, Inc. are spending; several days In Jack







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IN: (" ""1'.'" ('01'''''. on UI."ORII Ucltle Kohn. Defendant Cuss No. nl 4'IIU"IIT C'OI'HT. DH ,KOKn
(:-oi >TV. FM>HII>AICKHV. 111:' 4.1"\-: 86UJ. f-ni "' 'rY. FLOIIIUAl I.V 4HANCER1 ; -
(RDER OP PUBLICATION *.
ABOVE HULLABALOO Umt>..rtt> Daniel. I'lulnttf V" ANI NOTICE: TO APPEAR VIL evlne.. Plaintiff, V*. Rose I
AicneH Florelll Dun I<.I.. Defendant TATE' OF K1A>KIDA to: Mettle .::lne, Defendant. Case No S5>"7,
SUCCESSFUL Case No. 8881 Kohn Whose. re..ldenc.. I I.. 47 Pitt ll-tniCR: ('I" PUBLICATIONANT
'tH.I'IH < >F Pt'HLITIOV Street. New: York .City New York. > NOTICE: TO APPEAR !
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are requIred In appear on STATE OF FLORIDA tot i Roe
STATE; OF FWJKlDA to: A neKlorrIM .. August 23rd., 1943. In the above LevIne, whose reeltlence In Unknown .
PARENTHOOD I, littntl, whose reiliiennIn named Court and cause, wherein .
1013 7th JOln.l. N, W., W "lilng' plaintiff seeks 01 Ivor,'*. Bradford You are required. to appear on
ton I.). c. County Teleirraph shall. publish August. 23rd, 1943 In the above I S
You HI" required to appear on tills Order. In next (our weekly named Court and c.u.e. wherein l'
August Zttth. 1943 In the above nam iHHUe ,
Plaintiff reek divorce Bradford I Itbl.
ed Court and cause, wherein plutn Wilneps my hand and official. County:: Telegraph hall publIsh :
tiff nt-fkn divorce. Hraitford Cuunl: Real at Starke, "Florida t h I. Order In next tour weekly I '
Telegraph shall pulillih this Order July 19th., 1943. lieu*.*. S.
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II' MBS. CATMQUMK COIfXAO By LYTLE HULL In next", tour weekly Imiuea.WltneB A. J. THOMAS Wltne my hand and official
EDWA1Moc
my liaml, unil of fit Inl A.. Clerk of paid Court. Heal at Stark, Florida, thl i
The Price of LibertyThe seal. at $take. Florida, thin July; (OFFICIAL HEAL) July Slat.. 194J.OFFICIAL. '
<.. rt* .... tormWGIVE Nor-r... ., Z8Ih.!. 1943.O""J Knight & Knight Starke Florida. ( HKAT) A. J. Thomas .1
( ICIAL SEAL A. J Thorn Ally for Pit. 7-2J 4t 8-13 A* Clerk of paid Court.E. .

elimination of Mussolini as fighting had been mort defensivethan An Clerk of said Court. K. Ferryman: Starke. Florida.
W. C. Hardeatr, Daytona Beach. i iv {mrriT 'filmy iiii itKitnii Atty. for PU. .is: 4t 8-1J 1
CHILD HIS'CASTLESoace dictator of Italy unquestionablywas offensive. The Itrat.aben Fla. Atty. fur Plf. 7-SO 4t .-8iIN Sill 'S'Wt. Flail I it.vi ivLoulee ('sa Clleii 1
a severe blow to Hitler. both bad been to prevent the Japs from i 4'. S

one' own U a lifelong by handing psychologically: and militarily: despite -, attacking Australia from Port TUB ('liI't sr ('0 i'ii i OI I Howell Plaintiff I vs. RobertEire
of over the Howell Defendant,
family bath i KI.OIIIIIV. KK1IITII J Illicit I. I Cuee No.
bectule a child can'texpress room for him Berlin's attempt to label the Moresby from seizing the Solo- 1923./ 1
Yet to keep in order. I lIt( I 11'. IN AM: > FOR Hit titKOHO -
dult' this longing we :aometlmes If in debacle a "domestic affair. mons and making the east coast of UH "It'F'. l\ ('MAMKHtPKTKH :' ORDER op PfBLICATIOV'
In childhood these crowded times two The fall of the fascist dictator Australia vulnerable and to save KHANDKOW8KY ; ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR

forget the importance: corner of or, more children must share a was extremely gocd news-and a the life-line of men and materials 'l'lalntlff I STATE OP. KI.OIUUA to: RobertElew '
room. of a Howell whose residence I* I
a vs.
of saving that the child knowi room give each a corner for his welcome omen. But. despite the moving from America to Australia. ANNA SHANDROW8KY l I I'nknown. !

a Ibared room. does the toy shelves as well as specified wave of optimism over the nation Defendant I You are. required to appear on
very own. Why: drawer and August 23rd.. 194.1 In th* abovemimed i: i
closet
II !iii of the three bears have such clothes. If space for his' the war is far from over. Americans Only In the past few months havewe "-- itr.j.i"C-OF: .'PfBiai'ATIOXANI : Court end cauxe, wherein 1

.torY fascination for children possible provide a need only to consult a geography taken the real offensive in the NOTICE: TO APPEAlt Plnlntlff Seeks dlvon-e. jbradfoid
perennial[ comfortable knowledge screen for each child to shut out to see how much is left to be southwest Pacific. A map of Asia TO ANNA SHANDIICIVVHKY; U. F.I I I',,"nl) Teleitraph shall publish
the the activities NIV this Order In next", four weekly.
of the
It Is others If he done. D. No.1. SToCKTON: JKR
baby bear as well as the which shows the territory held by, I.*"..*.
that the bear has his own wishes to read or play quietly It Is well-to remember that we Japan will prove to you that our tllyOU! ARK HEREBY NOTITIF.I I \\llnevit. niv hand and official I

mama and papa chair that holds the Another basic human need to are fighting to recover positions we gains since the start of the offensive that a suit hats )>v...II filed atrnliim'I eal at Stnrke ,,Florida t h I.
own which have lost. We lost New Guinea In the circuit court for Iliad July 17th. IR4V!
a of one's
the space own con constitute a very small area. lOU -4h
fleeing
Direst long before County. Florida.I In chunuery 1 (OFFICI.I'JJ.) .) A. J. Thoma #
provides the 'exciting tributes Is the desire for prl and the Solomons. We are fightingto However our victories are more l>y Peter Slandrua-s'kr. the cainebeIng A* Clerk of ald Court.K. It.'A'

Goldilocks vacy. That is one of the thingSwe regain them. We are forced to than geographical matters. We a null for
climaX. for his own domain as are fighting for in this war. t need the Clerk of saul ,, written
( urt -
This save ourselves from being herded because four years ago we did not than the size of yuur 1
larger proportion ,
psychologists call It, Is deeperSin appenraiul>.THc"imlly or by iv ..t..II'I' roritr. nil \nioiitiC
to ba derived like animals. So deeply attached strengthen France. We shall haveto the recaptured areas would indi attorney) I In IIHI| milt on or lief on. '01 M'l. Pl. llllll\l IN til IN'I ,
pleasure
Just the bit of do we become to the room or space get back to the Philippines to cate. the :23nl.I day of AUKIIHI.' A. D. IH4.Imid : I'ltl.: 1lft !
holding sway over a I thereafter: to file withClerk null Velum Keen Plaintiff, v*, Albert
where Burma and to 1
from
It is necessary for the we can be by ourselves whenwe recapture reopen Germany Is not beaten. We do your written' defenses, If any l Keen, Defendant. Caee No, 2378 S j :
nice' the child's sense of beIng want to. that when we are China. not know when. she will be beaten. tu the bill uf complaint In null. ORDER OF. Pl'HLICATUlN /
growth of For forced to live In groups as the men Only a short time ago Vice Admiral The unconditional surrender of Butt I at the time i "r.'lh..1! law. AND: NOTICE TO API-EAR
being.
human .
responsible I Herein fall not or Judgment will HTATM OF "FLORIDA' Albert
a and In Home made the statementthat
a place to look after asMil women the service must. Italy would not necessarily give the be entered nwalnnt you l 1:y default Keen, whose renldence. In lO$3 hi H.JackMon .
hiving enjoy. Is fundamental often the memory of this personalroom we would be fighting Japan un. Allies a superlative invasion base. The Itrndford County Teleirrapti/ SI, Alhttnv, tleoncla.I Under the Rationing Pro \

as to will provide restful mental til 1049. That statement was not However,' it would make the Balkans A newnpaper or .general. I rlrciilntloimibllwheil You are required to appear on gram You are allowed 3
Tacter training.For In Itrauford (County FlorIda <. 23rd. : In the above
due AumiNt 11141.
( privacy In the midst made without thought.
example. It Is almost Impos- of a crowd. easier to handle.' I is hereby' ,ileNlicnated H* tin named Court and cause, wherein Pairs of Shoes I'er Year.
Despiteour
orderliness unless the Just so, long after we are grown Consult your geography. We must not allow our victoriesto wpaper In Which this notice ,plaintiff seeks divorce, Cuxtody of S
gibe! to teach to the memory of a childhood room successes in the southwest into of false shall l h. nuhllehed onre a week foi I ('hll.. and Huppoit. Ilradford Let Us Make Your Old '.
has a place which belongs not much nearer to lull us a feeling four publication I ,* prior I to tht nalilS3rd 'I County Teleo-iapl shall publlnhthU
where Pacific we are
could S
we gloat latest : Like New
U alone. A child Just can't taken over our And remember that It took security. They must qot be permit. day of August, \ D. 1943. j Order In next four weeklylanue Ones ;
collection of little boxes or Tokyo. WITNESS hand and the seal .
st in stacking someone ted to slow down the war effort. : my *
lnter match cases or write In a secret six months. many lives and an awe- that road lies danger. It is the nf Haiti Court at Htarke, TtrailtoH \Vltnen my hand and official
else's possessions in neat rows on diary or perhaps read a frowned some amount of bitter fighting to In County 1 Florida, this 22nd day of seal I nt Htm-ke! Florida, t hi. TIlEELECTRIC .
.orr.eone else's shelves. It may the little Island of GuadalcanaL common goal to end the war as July 1643. July luih. 1943.IOi"FICiAIj .
take a good deal of persuasion upon book or even nurse a grlev capture quickly as possible with a mini A :J. Thomas, HEAL i ) A.:1.: Thomas SHOE SHOP
even ance until we thought the family Another five months passed loss of life and materials. AH Clerk of the Circuit Court ol A* Clerk of said Court.T. .
that his
to convince him own sufficiently punished for before the AlUes were ready to mum Bradford. County Florida. Frank andrHm, Starke Florid An.... From Park Theatre ,
things belong on shelves rather being so their second offensive movement Thus eternal vigilance Is as essential C 14 I-AI.) Atty. for I'lf. 7-23 4t B-llf I
than in a heap on the Boor. But mean to us, this room where we start with the final capture of as always. Ilaxter A: ClaytonAttorneys --- -- \
for Plaintiffrubiished
jour chances of success are far acknowledge to ourselves our mis. Rabaul as the objective. The American people.will do wellto 7-23 4t 8-13

greater when his sense of owner- takes and live over our small trl Until MacArthur's drive against heed the advice of Vice Admiral

ihlp is your ally. Another reason umphs has a steadying influence the Japanese on New Guinea the Home when he looks to 1949. IV: ilRCVIT (4)tftu5111 "1)01&1). '
( Ottri. Fl.ltltlltll IM IIAV:
throughout life. With this
why neatness begins with a placeof long <'KIIYFlorence

his own is that the child won't range importance In mind providing Palmer. Plaintiff I I v...

then have t
untidiness in this learning phase. apart from that of others is worth I and Mrs. H. A. Coleman No. OIIDEU!: OF' PtTHL.ICATION'

Imagine starting a child' training any: amount of planning and care. By Minnie Lou IlazenKNJOYAULE I of Jacksonville were Sunday din AMP NOTICE TO APPEAR "

: PARTY "ncr guests of Mrs. V V. Hazen Pnlmtir STATE Whose OF FLOUIDA residence toi I I.Urady l"nknown. ; ,
Whenthey
and family. ;
Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Miss You are required to appear on
OMSEHOME Mrs. H. B. Knght: : of Tampa Aua-UHt Sard, 1U4J In the above

FASHIONPATRICIA Hazel Crosby honored their Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. B. named Court and cause' wherein
seeks dlvorre and rentorntlon
plaintiff -
brother Chief Yeoman Crosby oi Colson. Mrs. 'Knight will be remembered of Maiden name. llradfori(

as Miss Mildred: Mor County. TelvKrnph. "hull pulilluli this ,'I
with Friday
New York a party Order In next four weekly ICIUIKWltneMH .
p I
at the Community Hall. The gan.Mr. my haml and nUII'I,1 IL "Sa'yda'x" .
night
hall was beautifully decorated and Mrs. Clarence Stride "Tahr::. rk", .Florida this July

land and children Tommie and OFFICIAL. PEAT' ) A. :1. Thomas
with various colored flowers and Dorothy Jean of (!a Crosse visited '- A* Clerk of mild. Court :

eliuilAitbo the color scheme of red, whit K. K. Starke.: Florida //1l; this way (

; DOW and blue was carried out. Outdoor Mi relatives and Mrs.Sunday.Harry Sapp and Atty. for"gt.man.' 7-23 4t 8-1!

and Indoor games were played IV' CIIK-I'IT ( OlIIT, Illl \IPOIII!
son, and Mr.I, and Mrs. Harrell ('0111'\ ''. FI.OIIIIIAl:' IllA.:'
W Slate Mary', Kltcht: and delicious refreshments ol I
< Sapp of Jacksonville are visiting r Kit r. the order I
tuna fish pimiento cheese sand Marlon } tiene Butler Plaintiff, V*. -
their mother for a few days. Marian liutler. Defendant.. ('...>.
cookies and punch
By MART E. DAGUE wiches olives. Friends. of Clyde Cone will regret No. 2595.

Author of Sister Mary's Kitchen.With ware served the guests. There to know that he is very ill AND OUPER NOTICE OF PI'nUICATIOV TO APPKAIt can'tberefused/

work crowding our time we were several guests from Gainesville In St. Lukes Hospital Jackson- STATE OF FIX>lltr()A toi Murlatinutler : ,
and La Crosse. About 49: whose residence IN Un- : ;
must be more than ever interested known.

ill jetting as much work; as possible enjoyed this party. villa.Miss Clara Mae Bishop of You ore required to appear or
August 23rd., 1943 In the abovenueI 'I,
household equipment.
from
our Mobile Ala. was a guest of Mr. wherein
SCHOOL TERM BEGINS Court and cause,
Furthermore, the continued use of seeks dlvon-e. Hradforil When a government priority order i
for few
and Mrs. a
TonvMarkey Plaintiff
appliances should.b t.Jfppt.In-.TT**"& Brooker SchoOl opened Monday Teleirraph ..hnllllllhll"h thiS
because they will be obliged to last with a good attendance. The following day*. Order In next four weekly (I..u. comes in for JAX, the Drink of Friendship, SC

!for "the duration." are the teachers: PrincipalMrs. Mrs. T. W. Markey. Mrs. Rosa Witness at Starke.'my hand Florida and off..lalR..al thli. it has to be filled ahead of all other orders. .

Ranges of all types must be used J. P. Roberts; First Pinholster Miss Martha Evelyn Julv 10th 1943. in wartime because
This Is right government
When (OFFICIAL. SEAT.) A.:1.: Thomas
wisely and well cared for. Steel Second-Mrs. Winifred Markey and Miss Frances Tllgh-
Mrs. : I A* Clerk of saul Court
this is done we save time labor. Hazen Third-Mrs. Cliff Kelly; man attended church at New T. Frank Inmlrum, Florida, matters must come first.
metals and fueL The direction ; River Atty. for }'IC. flla7 7-83 4t -i8 1
Fourth & Fifth-Mrs. E. C. Long; Sunday. :
wok which the manufacturer sup- sometimes that
Whitten Seventh & Chief Yeoman Forest Crosbyleft l\ "IIH'.r ''OI sir, lilt \IIKOIIII But may mean your '(
to Sixth-Mrs. ;
llei the will help a
high degree with in range the use and care of Eighth-Mrs. Sheppard (Substitute Sunday for New York.'
the range be It gas, electric kero- ); Ninth-Mrs. J. P. Roberts. Mrs., Cephus Han-ell' was In Llewelyn I t. R WaMen.Walden Plaintiff Dc t ....Iant.VII out of JAX. This of course, is a disappoint- "5 : S

zone, coal or wood. Gainesville Monday. Cane fin. 20)4OHDEIl if thirst has been I
merit especially
your
,In the first place see to it that SUCCESSFUL SUPPER: Mrs., G. B. Feagle wan In Gainesville op PUBLICATION S

fOur range is in the most convenient A chicken supper sponsored by Monday.Mrs. AND NOTICE: TO AI'l'idAltTAI'R all set for a cooling, refreshing bottle of this t
OF FUHtlPA lot Mewelyn .
location possible in the kitchen. the Red Cross of Brooker was Pledger Galney, and infant H. \' ,I.n'y'co k.W' D. Walden, grand, golden beer. :
This is where you will save yourself for Uelmunt' ,
time and steps which add up served Saturday afternoon son, Richard Lamar returned You are required to appear on
to labor. the purpose of furnishing a dayroom home from the Alachua County August 16th. 141. In the above However don't ever take it for granted

Be sure that the range Is per at Camp Blanding. We wishto Hospital Friday Plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvori cause, Bradford wherein that your dealer can't supply you. If he .

lectl1 level Both top-of-stove and thank the community out-of- County Telegraph shall publish thin S
he's
Order In next four, weekly Untie should happen to be out of JAX today,
oven cookery are influenced by the soldiers of
and the
town guests Ninety-Mix cents eat of : :
I Witness my hand and official l ':, .
levelness of the range but particurty Camp Blanding for their generous every dollar goes for Warexpenditures. seal at ""luke. Florida this July likely to have it tomorrow.

oven. Things just can't bake The 14th. I943OFFICIAL/ i,! ",
cooperation. '
and
evenly in isn't leveL donations ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas
an oven that ask for You won't
Even' i it the meticulous amount made on the supper. was The other four A* Clerk of saId Court So always JAX. ':
was ,
range T. Frank Tjindrum Starke, Florida .
IF leveled when it was installed its $95.00.SUNDAY: cents goes for Atty. for Plf. 7-16 4t 8-7 be disappointed often because we're making

own weight may: make it settle abit I- Governmentexpenses effort to see that everybody gets a fair ,
( t her HHtMFOHIl01 every
t need SCHOOLDon.t "sis ffllirfir
on side that it
one so may: :;
FLOitiiA "
to be re-leveled for perfect per forget Sunday School and For Freedom' Sail usual." (4'KI MT1.". tlllt.%- share of the drink of Friendship.

inance. Church Sunday. Sunday Plaintiff, V*.

All the savers that apply: to ..1ccinc School at every 11:00: o'clock and church ix: TICK C150t'Sl', KIUIITII ooi'RT JllMfHI.tIKIlll OKFI.OHIItt No.:iuMtJ"r.JS:25K6. Defendant. Case And keep this in mind too-JAX is

ranges hold true with the other services at 12:00: o'clock.CKMETEBY -. 1.% A\l' VOlt HHtllrOHII ORDER OF l PPHLICATIOV tops in excellence: because our raw materials,
11Pe.. too. < 01 ..'ril'* ( MIMKUI.CHAUL.ES AND NOTICE: TO APPK4.il
lf :your range/. has timer be itmuteminder WORKING WILLIAM BEKHY' ) STATE OF FI.OIUDA toi Wallace while limited in quantity by wartime restric-
: Plaintiff j E. Moody whose residence I I. Un
or oven-timer make Thursday August 12, there will 'TmROSELLA ) known. tions, are unlimited in quality. Only choice
a practice of using it ,to do the 1'0[. BERRY > You are required to appear on
Watching and regulating. be a cemetery working at Dedan. tft'fefldLfltORDHIt ) August 28rd., 194J In the abovenamed materials, plus a lifetime of brewing skill,
.
Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
1* PUBLICATION
Plan oven meals for especially Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof ANI NOTICE! TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Bradford make JAX such a fine beverage that we say
b usy days. If electric TO HOSKL.LA M. BEIlrtV. 1205 County Telegraph shall publish
an
.you use
range make full use of the deep 8408 Jacksonville visited relatives ELF1VENTH STrtEET, MOLINE bin Order In next four weekly with pride: "You can't buy better beer no

well cooker. The cooker is ideal here Sunday. lLd1Noii YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED leuev.Witness my hand and official matter what you pay

for dried beans. the less tender 12-42 \ Little Miss\ Eloise Dukes of that a cult has been filed uiralriMtyou heal at Starke, Florida, thl*

cuts of meats and cereals. Dukes Station Is visiting her In the Circuit Court for Bradford July' IDth. 11143.OFLCIAL I"I
soups
Oven Neat Cool County Florida In Chancery ( NEAL) A. J. Thomas j
meals and cooker meals save aunt. Mrs. Tom Markey.Mrs. by Charles William Berry the same A* Cleric of said Cnurt.T. : I
neater.thanneat
rreat as well as time and work. Pattern No. 8408-For a Green and children beIng a *ult fur divorce and you Frank drum. Stark, Florida.Atty. .
Lee
When you use the oven for cooking look this house frock is are hereby required to file with th. for Plf. 7-23 4t 8-13:
1 meal bake the answer and for real cool and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster were Clark of ...Id Court your written TO OUR DEALERS S
food for at ,
use an 1:11: ('l.CN-
beat the city Wednesday of last appearance (ronaly! or by attorney f'O.\I'r'. KI.OIIIIIAl
other nothing can In Lake -
meal. Use a time and temperature comfort ) In nal'l null on or before t KIIY
chart in baking In order to square neck and set-In belt. :*? week. th* JJrd day nt AugustA. D. 194.1 Irene Noble !'Satterfleld. Plaintiff Your requirements are constantlyin
prevent and Pattern No. 8408 is in sizes7.. KInchen of Tampa and thereafter to. file I withalii v*. James E. Hatterflelil. Defendant.
opening oven door 42. Size 14 Mrs. G. E. Clerk your written defence. If any, Case No. 2557.Ok1ER our mind and we are making every'
40 and :
waiting heat or fueL 14 18. 18. 20; slst Mrs. Lee 0 9' PI'nLir-ATIOM S
visited her e r s. to the bill of complaint In *ald null
takes with drop shoulder slc.vcs Pinholster at the time prescribed by AND NOTICE TO APPEAHSTATE effort to keep up your normal
eJvcareful to foods from Mrs. Annie
and
prevent an'r'wilt
3K yards 33-inch materiaL ___. Galney Herein fall not or OF FLORIDA to: James
JvTn over. Adequate utensils last week. be entered H.alnt you fd.fault.. R. Hatterfleld whose residence' I I. supplies. When government
a the correct amount of water Markey The Bradford County Teleirraph.. Unknown.You S
are Precautions Miss Martha Evelyn a newspaper :ral circulationpiiblliihed : : are required to appear on priorities and similar circumstances

Over against boningUoh r of Jacksonville visited relatives In Bra/ford County .'I'>r- August loth., 143 In the above be and
ida. I Is hereby d..I.n.lod a* the named Court and came, whTeln I) prevent this please patient
gas and electricity; are Nama_ here last week. 'newspaper. I n which this Notice plaintiff neek d ivore.. Bradford
that will as
Saved' if heat is turned to low after Mrs. A. McKInney of Starke hall be published! once a week I County d.ljra.r.h"'t shall puuii-h ': remember we serve you

food has been brought to boiling AddrtMUHam visited her father. O.V.. Hazen for aid four 23rd publication day of August prior. to A. the L>. .thin..u.... four weeklyWltneHH :g..c. : promptly and fully thereafter as S

P |top of range. This is one of 1 Sunday. They attended churchat 'a 41. my hand and official .:
the first points to learn in operating I Ian WiTNESS' my hAnd and the seal seal at Htarke' Florida' thIs July possible.
New Hope. of paid Court at Hturke, Bradford 15th. 1941.OFFICIAL: ,
electric range : of paper_ Miss Madeline Crosby of Galnes- County Florliln this Und day of (( HEAT.) A..1. ThomaS IC ,,\ f
Another 19dA. Am Clerk of said Court.F. MIMSIR
is to July A. D.
electricity saver of
week-end .
torn : No. ISlaa yule was a guest J 'E'nosrAii. Frank Landrum Utarke. FloldnAtty.
-attero
wo habit of turning off the her Aft rierk of th* Circuit Court of for Pit 1-11 417
parents.Mr.
jurrent a few minutes before food Bradford County Florida. I
JM !finished! cooking thereby using Bond 15 cent In coin (for lb! and Mrs. Ben Pope and I ii CA LiBaxter iv rinn-IT foYfir. IIHI>POHIIol BU.YWARBONDS
e desired) to- in Alachua Sat- : and Clayton Attorney for <- "'.'%-. FMIIIIIItl l\' ll\- '
{J retained heat in the unit. TheM each pattern t son. Dale were Plaintiff I <'KIIY.leorca: ::1
,
of unit determines how much Patterns urday. !'ubll.hed' ?-23 4t (.11iv ( Punkn Plaintiff: 'vs. HophlaOolore
Patricia Dow
Mat is retained and tow-long the Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch I Punko, Hefendant.I : case

"XxJ. will cook. "1 W. 11 k .... Ntw 1'.'.. N. T. and son Gene of Starke spent I <-oi rinrtiT>'r a-. FI f.011111 iHr.%i PII IM tIFOili tiifChario \.) Nt). ORDER 2155. OF "I'JlI.II'"ATTO-/: '

- relatives. 4.:"" ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR
with
Sunday eErnet* Ledertr Plaintiff STATE n#' FLOU1DA tn- Sophln' ,
\V. C. Crosby of Green ,.. .. Dolores. Punko whose residence. In
TRAIN Seaman v>. Mel vena Elizabeth I SCHEDULE Of flee. .upplie of all kinds for Cove Springs visited his parents Fondant '.a"* No. 207 I' I '12 Went 167th street, Bronx. N.w
OP pf'nLIC'ATlt'S'Afj..f : ITurk.
Southbound HHI0 at The Hrmlforu County here Sunday. ORDER NOTICP! TO APPEAR I You are required to appear <>n .., : .
J>o. 107-9.55: A. M. and daughter :: OP1 FLORIDA to: MelvenaElliabeth 1 August IHth., 1944 In the aboveflamed >
Telegraph. E. C. Long
Mrs. whereinInlntlff
h whose Court and Ciinxe, I
rCflI'l.fl'e f.r
191-11:15: : P. M. Betty, were in Lake City Wed- I l,. Rla-ir Ir;:, "J'.rR 1. Hyatt- I ..eks divorce Tiradford f.f }
NO.1 ( Tel.'a-raph hall publish thl.Ord..r *
niiiity
-11:40: P. M.. week. rill". Maryland.You
last
of
I".u.
ne day are ra.iri'd, tn appear. on Au- In next four weekly
v Northbound ;\io'rICP.will 1 he hel'l l Mr. and lIrs.V.. H. Hinton riint 30th. 1943. In the above nam- I Witness my hand and official. ;
.
o). 2-4:48 A public meeting- and wherein plain peal at "'Ktarke Florida. thl July
Pnurt cause
A. M.! IB. 5943! at of Jasper are M! ;
No. on tIuntY. ugUt orricw of and son. Bobble tiff ..,.k_ divorce Bradford. CountyTeleirraph .tfh. 1941OFFICIAL ;
182-5:21: : A. M 10:00: in NQ Superintendent of i of said. Court,
Clerk
A
v 32-1:15: P. M., (Petersburg .Iructlon the for Ih. purpOI'e propiedsp.nditUre "f ..xplaifliflE I Mrs. Alice Thomas has returned i In Wltne next .four my weekly ntnd. Uvuee.and: nffMnl. '1 T Frank Lnndrum.. Starke, Florida: ,;'

*. and beyond) th. for lncreaues Ih. 1943-'n '" tl..cal to her home here after severallays' seal at fl'arke, Florida, this July .I, ktty.. for Pit _____ 1-ltl 4t 17rinrriT ': ,.,

**. **-2=30 P. M. I (Feterbur, .", law. Any per. visit In Tampa with her Uth.. 1)43. A. S. TftOMAf( ( ------ .

a. year' an :::Iv"I3.'o affected, a in. ... ni,\i>ponnY. .... .. .
.. rOI.n. ""'
and beyond) son i daughter. Jorr,. Emery Matheny. As 1..rk of said ('ort.IOFFICZAP' I. .. / ,; ..W.Va.'St W' --" S
1 11 ('ul4-: v1
No. to attend !'IF-AI.' ) ( 0. FI.OHIU4Iam' '
.
108-6OJJ:: p. .M., v.ted- W. F.. lPPLETO I Seaman 2< J. T. Sowell of Knl..bt C Knight $tarke."I'Iorida.Attia. : COMPANY Jacksonville FluridaJ91S

'nne. Branch to Bell. 'FIS'l 8up.rlotetlden. of 7.30 Public at gl;- Myrtle Beach. S. c., visited rel- for 'if. 1.30 4t S.IO !! Benjamin Kohn Plaintiff. T*. JAX BREWING ,

).
101 leave Starke 7:00: A. M. truoe I


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lIBADFOItICOVNTY "'ELF.jR%pn. ST.\RKE. FLORIDA

EIGhT -.5.

embraced tlflcate No. 360. I iv: finri'ir rorRT. .1I..U.OIlD 1V: ('lItr"I'r '
USO-NCCS Calls On All Wives Here Acre under, said more Certificate or less, l I"No. 150.E The assessment of Bald property I' i; nrv.. FLOIIIUAI tiiAvVVIIliani" ""'O!''dTY, F..OI1I1J\( DI hr. \hl
''JRY
Army Couples \- of HWV of SE" & 8'nf under said certificate No. 210 and ( .:UY. I
of sec. 14 Twp I rf. R. alt were in the name of C. P. Pear- I Joseph Llptok Jr. Plain viiiie. Edwa.'d I
ActivitiesOn SK'i
Grateful To Church To Join In Wide Program Of 22 SRi\: It.. containing Acre, more or N'in and the assessment. of said tiff. vs.Case Josephine No. 2611.I .,Llptok Defendant. Myrtle Alien flllrr.11 itarrei' Plnlni''r
Icon la embraced under said! Certificate property under said certificate. No. Case N. 2622. lltrr
;
make recordings of 36O was !n the name of Unknown. I ORrEitIl PUBLICATION OR1)Elt: '
,ivlcemen to No. 282. (p1;
Chicken evening. August "
For SupperOn
Thursday AND : TO
The assessment of said property Unless said Certificate shall, be I NOTICE APPEAR AND NTJt'l; L''ATI'( ,
12, at 8 o'clock. P. M. there will ''I.newsletters and songs which can under said certificate No. X9 wa redeemed according; to I law the I STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Josephine ; TATE 01"" lo'IOHI"(,* API'S'

Thursday evening of last be meeting of wives at the National be sent to relatives and friendsat In the name of W, P. Clvdet the properties dasc-rll therein. will .be You J.lptok. Martin Pennsylvania. i Alien Hitrreil IT.,, :. ,* l i
a egmnt of said property under I Hold 1 ti> the highest bidder at the I are required to appear on N. C. "' Lum
week the Methodist Recreation Catholic Community Ser- home. Newspaper Committeeto said certificate Nit. 662 and 571 Court-house door on the first Mon' I September' fl. 1943, In t h e abovennmed I You are requipcu

Building was the scene of a delightful vice Club, 14 Temple Avenue, I be responsible! for a news ser- were In the name of Unknown; the I day In the Month of September, I Court and cause, wherein September 8 194:1: :, Ip "'
of said under I l9't.! which Is the 8th., day of September plaintiff seeks divorce HiadforlJ..outU3' named COUrt Jr. ''h:
awHpKHment property ,
event when the W. S. C. S: 3tarke. All wives are Invited to vice which Is being developed aid certificate No, 122 was In I the o A. D. 1943.J Telegraph shall publish this plalntlff seeks Rnl IIh >all.. .. "

circles and the Wesley/ Fellowship attend whether wives of membersIn ,whereby dally newspapers are received name of T. B. Hajnby; the assessment n<") this 4th.. day of AugustA. In nvxt four weekly issues I County T.I./rrRlJh, r,. II"' ,\
Witness J4iIaIi
hand
Class were Joint hosts to servicemen the armed forces 1. e. officer's from the leading cities of certificate of gald No.property 682 and under 584 wereIn Maid I OFFI. D. .1943.'IAL 8BAL: A. J. Thomas I at'al I at Starke.my Florida and this official August I Order Witness 111 next my tour aPtkl( llhU, ,I

their wives and friends! at wives non-commissioned men's ,every state In the Union so that the name of Unknown; the Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford 8. IP43. seal at Starke. Florldu hand and .r
or mint of said property under County.Florida.. .-8 4t 8-27 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas I I. 1943.OFFICIAL. thi. A
chicken plleau supper. wives who liven the boys can keep in touch with a* As Clerk
a wives or civilians' r.t"certificate No. 225 was. In the of said Court I ( SEAT.9
: A blanket invitation to this the community of Staike. The 'interesting news items from their name of Sarah J. tllcimon Uhl: the NO"'If"1'J' OF Appi.irvriov T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida' I A. C'h'rk A. J. '!1
8-4
Atty. for Plf. If
FOR TAX OKKII 4t g.sfT
under T. Frank .lld
assessment of aald property I
event had been extended from the purpose of the meeting is to de- home state or city. Informationand said certificate No. 5!>' and' (!rnle. Hill No. Kill: ) Atty. for Plf.Landru01 Starts p

, pulpit of the :Methodist Church. -finger painting, clay modeling Room Service Committee 95 were In the n 'eI3f9'bn gu .; NOTK-H IS HEREBY dlVEM of : 47IHCV'IT' ('OIwr. IIRAIIJ'OItI) i ss I..
(
assessment of paid that F. M. Packham. the holder 'otTy. FI.OKIISAI I.V: "'HANIIY. -
the prnportyuldor .
information
to religious for to help in the operation of an "'. .
restricted :
but was not as and recreational program said certificate No. :205! was the following certificates has filed
denomination. The only wives so as to make wholesome service for newcomersand In the name of.tJ M* Truby; the aid certificates for a tax deed to Clar. Henderson, Plaintiff I v.. YCUCANGETC.REAL
Robert
be Issued thereon The certificate F. Henderson D..fendant.
under
of
. requirement was that those plan .foe of their leisure time. aid them in securing living assessment said certificate No.property 599 800. 604, t'umhr* and yearn of Issuance the Case .frG8.F

ning to attend should notify the There are many projects plan- quarters while staying In Starke. lit t. 8HI. 144 214. 425:! 624 427 031 description of the property, and the AND. PHFlLJCATtON RELE6i.imt
Soldiers and other service men 8aa. 613 and sac were In the name names In which Is was assessed areas NOTICE TO APPEAl _
Church In advance. ned to Interest the average house- of Unknown; the assessment of follows: 51'ATE OF FLORIDA tn: Robert

30 guests were present wife and she may be able to par am urged to encourage their said property' under said certificateNo. Certificate No. 9 Year of Issuance F. H..nd.on Whose residence I. ACID
Around
811t
to the Thursday 154 was In the name of Matilda August 4, 1(41 Description ofproperty West Third Street Anniton.
to enjoy the supper and "the ticipate In one or several of these wives to come Neloni the assessment of said property 8E<4 of SE'i Sec. 26 Twp.A Alabama. IN ESTIo

period of music. and fellowship activities. Some of these are: [evening meeting so that their: tinder said certificate No. 91 S. H. 20 E., containing 40 Acres, You are required to appear' on
games share ,and en- was In the name of Pura WaterCo. more or lees, Name In whichassessed September a above
wives tan do their 9n4J'o"nu.
ban- .b
that followed. Red Cross Work-rolling .; the assessment property M. W. Mann; name il. vPur,1 t wherein
That the hospitality of the (itages. First Aid classes, production Joy themselves while at Starke. under paid lfr"f..t:1 No. 65.1. Certificate No. 118 Year of Imuance aintiffgpek..! divorce and restor '
etc. 1 Mrs. W. T. Patterson ,and Mrs. 662 and 160 were In the name of August 4, 1941 Description ation of Maiden nan.... Bradford I
Church was fully appreciated Is units, home nursing. Unknown) the assessment of aid of Property Lot 34 In Woodlawn, County Telegraph shall "hll..h' this
shown by the following raeaHage Bowling-an expert Instructress McCuHough soldiers wives have property under mild certificate No. Sec. 14 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 B, containing Order In next four. ;weekly Issues. I
been chairmen to lead 1118 wag In the name of Mattie A. ; 10 Acres, Name In which witness my hand and official I
appointed .
of handed to ,the will teach women so that they seal At Starke
appreciation Wooden: and the assessment of assessed U. H. Pearce! Klorlda"I.. Au- I
Telegraph this week by one of may later be matched against this newly organized group. Said aid property under said' certificateNo. Certificate No. .2 7. Year of Issuance gust 6. 1943. I

and beat them. Mrs. Patterson: "This is a grand 202 wag. In the name of Un August. 4. 1941 DescrIption OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas
the Army wives attending the their husbands known. of Property Lot 8 of Blk 6, Lincoln I r.A. Clerk' of said Court I '

even?: .thlellcvolley ball soft ball part we wives can play In the ITnleg paid Certificate shall be City Seo. S3 Twp. 6 S. R 22 Florida William I A1?ty.l'g: "nn, Jacksonville I C&P8RDrug
R: Name In which assessed Ella Plf.I 9.211
8-6 4t
and effort. I am sure that manyof
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: badminton and tennis courts war redeemed according,, to 1 a w the Williams:

equipment are aval lable, also us. If we were at home wouldbe propertied: dencrlhed therein will be Certificate No. 314. Year of Issuance
"The service men wives and old to the hhrh..t bidder at the (
4. 194
and horse-shoe pitching. acting as volunteers in the Court-houa .door. on. the first Monday August DeKcrlutlon
entertained by archery of Property 800 ft of NWtt of
friends who were
House Committee -- to discuss U. S. O. program. Here, too at In the' Month of September, SEW W of RH" Sec. 19 Twp. 7 ''H.I d "". 'c EVERI '-RRANCJf OF
the \Vomenn' Society of Christian 1943, which I 1 s the 6tb., day oSeptember containIng
plans on how to expand and develop Starke wIth the marvelous facilities A. ,X>. ,U43. I I R. 22 E., 6 Acres more
Service of the Starko Methodist I r I or less Name In which Assessed,
the facilities at the N. C. C. at the N. C. C. S. we can do Dated this 6th., day of August Foremost Dairies. ;
Church with a supper. on last A. n 1943.OFKIClAt.. .
I Certificate No. Year of IsHunnce
333. -
S. and to do something about it: our share. We can do it more
Thursday evening. wish to express ( SEAL) A. J. Thoman. August 4. 1041. Descriptionof
' also to discuss problems which effectively here because we wives I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Property Lot ( of NWUHec. *
these ladles
their to .2.2Vt'
appreciation County Florida. 84t 8-27 S. iT6urctnceH.
arise In the care of individual have developed a spirit of comradtthlp 31 Twp. 7 S. containing
and the :Methodist Church. It 10 Acres,, more or laps Name In
those of homes. Dance Committee-to plan :i in our common plight. IVOTICFJ OK APPI.ir.TIO\ which assessed Mallssa flms.
means so much to us von. T'X I>KKIOfHgjte >
varied dance I'We are acquainted with the needsof All of said property beingIn the
who are In the Service to have and execute a program ( Illll >... 1U3) County of Bradford State of Flor
with entertainment decora. our husbands for wholesome NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN; ida.
the Church give a meal to us of That R. U Lee holder of Tax Cer.tiricate Unless such certificate or certificates -
I entertainment outside Camp
without any charge and make us lions. recruiting of talent caring No.. 686, issued the 7th day shall be redeemed according C. WALL
feel at home. We are also grate- for the snack bar and home C90k-1 and also the needs of their fellow of July A. D.: 1930. has filed sane, to law the property described In .
In office and hats made application -
active my such certificate or certificates will
ed meals. Art*Commit tee- soldiers. Through our participation
for tax deed to b I"u..dthel'.on.
ful for the opportunity of getting a be sold to the highest bidder at the
acquainted with other sol- velop Interesting posters and an we can plan and buildan Maid certificate embrace court house door on the first Monday -
U. S. O. the following I described property inthee'ounty In the month of Sepember, 1943.
attractive art program including interesting programfor ; AgencyConstant
'dlers and their families as wellas of Bradford. State of which i Is the 6th., day of September -
your Church membership. It -flngel"'painting clnay modeling them as well as ourselves.Mr. Florida, to-wltr I I A. D. 1943. .

linoleum cuts etc. -MUsic Commit. Marotta the director has SEW of SW'4! Seo. 35 Twp. 6 S. Dated this 4th., day of August
Is, also, a privilege to be of any R. 22 E., containing 40 acre. more A. I). 19n. Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED
.
religious belief and still be regarded ee-to aid in the selection of opened the doors of the N. C. or !.*.. ( A HII'11LJourt'of' ThomasClerk '

musical scores for different af- C. ,S. to the soldiers, wives withan The assessment of the said. prop. of BradfordCounty j
as one of your own fold. erty under the said certificate !I.- Florida. 8-6 4t 8.27
We hope that all soldiers and their fairs, both classical and Jazz ando interesting; and fascinating tied was In the name of Ella

this kind develop and Introduce a wholesome -I program of athletics, educationaland I Moore.' in eiRcriT COURT.' BRADFORD Pleas Phone 146
wives who are seeking ,
Unless aldcertificate hall be re ('OI'I\iT1r. FLORIDA IN CHAN-:
of fellowship, .will come, to you musical program. Quiz and I social activity. and servicein deemed according 1 to law, the property CKIIV.Herschel.
Bingo Committee: -to conduct, select -' which every soldier' wife can described therein will be'*old W. Erie-land" Plaintiff, vs.
people for we know that we can to the highest. bidder at the court Louise M. Enlf and. Defendant.Case .
depend on ..pachof you. This Is prize. for bingo and quiz find her place. We should not house door on the first Monday In No. 2627.ORDER .

which are usually conduct- ,miss this opportunity, Every soldiers he month of'September.. 1943 which OF PUBLICATION
the only way that we had to express games I' la the 6th., days of September, 11143.I AND NOTICR: TO APPEAR ADS
our appreciation for your ed on Tuesday and Thursday even- I wife in Starke should be I Dated this 4th day of August STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louise

Ings. Recording Committee present at the Thursday evening 194 M. England, whoa residence Is un-
thoughtfulness and we sincerely
OFFICIAL SEAL known.
I ) Thoma
hope that you will accept our operate recording machine and to {meeting. There Is a part for Clerk of Circuit ourt.of' Bradford You are required to appear on

thanks. assist husbands and other ser- everyone." i County Florida. 8-6 4t 8-87 September 8. 1943. In the above N 0 T-I -C-E
named Court and cause' wherein
NOTICE' OF APPLICATION: plaintiff seeks divorce and custody .

FOUR ENTRIES cated on the corner of Madison E., containing 120 Acre, more or (egjte FOR' TtX HIM No.nr.n 111:1): of Telegraph minor child.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn IF YOU WANT A JOBAS
lens, Is embraced under said
.treet and Park Place and Is certificate NOTICE IS: HEREBY GIVEN that next four weekly Issues. .
No. IB.SKi
NOW IN RACE B. Y. Saxon! the holder. of the fol Witness. my hand and officialseal CARPENTER OR HELPER
of of
117x105 feet In size. It Is the NW NEJ4 or SM of N'4of .
FOR MAYOR Lot:; 1. 2 lens. ,5, A In SW Cor lowing certificate tx" filed: saidcertificate at Starke Florida, this August SEE
intention of Mr. and Mrs. Sale to See. 36 Twp. 4 a. K. 33 H.. contain-' for a to be 5, 1943.OFFICIAL .
log 30 Acre more or lea. I* embraced issued thereon. The certificatenumbers ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
erect two FHA houses on the -
(Continued from page one) under Bald Certificate No. and years of Issuance the Clerk of said Court. J. W: JORDANFOR
property immediately.B. S62. description I of the property, and i the William. D. Morgan Jacksonville,
name In which It was assessed. areas Florida. Atty. for Pit. 8-6 4t 8-27
within you should be used to serve Lot 44. 47. 48 In Wood lawn Beo. follows: INFORMATIONAND
10 Twp. 5 M. H. 22 E., containing Certificate No. 315 Year of Issuance iv: riRrriT toIleT BitnponnrOI"VTV
your country and your community; H. S. Faculty 30 Acre, more or less, 1 I. embracedutider August 4. 1941, Description. of FLOIIIUAI I-V: CIIACERV. \- TRANSPORTATION
If you have the opportunity and said Certificate No. 673. Property Lot 6 7. 8. 9. 10. It of TO JACKSONVILLE.SHIP YARDS
Still ChangingThe Lot 35. 36 Woodluwn H..c. 10 Blk 9 Hampton Park NE of 8EH Sarah. K. Davis. Tunlson Plaintiff,
; are able. Twp. 5 S. 11. 23 )oJ.. containing 20 Sec. 31 & SW of NWh & W a of vs. William Carlton Tunlson, De
Acre, more or ten, I* embraced NWI4 nf 8WV., Hec. 82 Twp. '7 .8. fendant--. Case. No. 2623. JORDAN'S HOTEL COURT
!''J "I think the opportunity' has personnel of the Bradford under said Certificate No. 122: R. 23 R: Name" In which assessed ORDER OF PUBLICATION

presented itself and In appreciation County schools la in a constant NEW "f 8W<4: & NW'4 of SEVi Isabel Mochhelier. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
Seo. lit Twp. fi H. It. 33 3g., containing CertificateI'o.. 816 Year of IsnanoH STATE OF. FLORIDA tOI! wmiamcariton
for what I have found in state of change. The resignations 80 Acres, more or lex, I I. embraced August '4, 1941. Descriptionof Tunlson whose residence WANTED Colored clerks to SECRETARY WANTED -1

Starke I want to offer to this of :Melvin B. Futch and under saul Certificate No. Property Lots 18, 14. 22 2J, 24 Is unknown. serve colored people In
of Blk 40 Hampton Park You Camp who Is experienced In short!
of are required to
city my services. If I am chosenI Miss Evelyn Stump B r-a dford 682.tlE'i of SEil of NEW Sec. 12 tiE%, Sec. 81 A 8WV of NW.J NE'-i! & September 6. 194S, appear e above on Standing. Good character references and typewriting.! PermiT

will serve you with dignity and High School teachers were accepted Twp. 5 a. It. 22: K.. containing 10Acres. WV of NW of swv! Sec. 82 Twp. named Court and c'u.th wherein and two
will be more or I less, I..* embraced 7 S. R.. 23 K. Name' In which plaintiff seek divorce and restoration years high person preferred, but will |
I .
not Board of
integrity. obligated
by the County under saId Certificate No. S84. assessed Mar Hayes of Maiden name. Bradford school required. Good salary. sider efficient transient

.. to any groups or organizationsof Public Instruction at Its Monday 12SwoJ. 5/ of SW'4' of S\VU Sea. All of said property being In the County Telegraph shall publish thla Apply Camp Blanding Fla. It
sort. I will not shake 5 i. R. 22 E.. containing County of Bradford State of Flor Order In next four weekly ixsues. Clute Realtor, 119 EstStreet. j
any meeting.Mrs. 10 Acre, more or IOBH, I I. embraced: ida. Witness' my hand ,and. official .,
your hand or shake you down. I Leola Roberts was elected under ald Certificate No. 225. Unless such certificate or certl. seai l at Hfarke, Florida this August FOR SALE 2-wheel luggage
SV6 of HWU of NWJ4 Hec. 12 Twp. Tics?... shall be redeemed according 5, 1943.IOFFICIAL .
or give you an extra hypocritical principal of the Brooker Junior E M. R. 22 containing; 20 Acres. to law the property described in SEAL) A. J. Thomas trailer Good condition. See WANTED TO BUY-Small! i

smile for the sake of a vote. Nor High School, and Mrs. Flora. Ed- more or tIrl.: I is embraced under such certificate' certificate will ,, As Clerk of said Court. Capt.: H. Richards. C-13, Kings- tor and equipment for !fa
aid C No. 93. lie Hold to ther highest bidder at 3bj* Duncan Jacksonville '
Lake
will I deceive with false ley
you wards Kelley and Mrs. Lois Long Ntt of Lot 7. I In Woodlawn the court house door on the tint Florida Atty. for Plf. 8-6 4t 8-2f Village or write also 10 small goats. Gil

'promises."I were elected teachers. S..... 11 Twp. 5 S. R. 22 E.. containIng Monday In month of September. care of General Delivery Grill.
10 Acres more or leu*. I* emhntced 1943. which 'I.the 6th., day ol iv: riRcriT rot'RT. IIR'DFOItD Starke Fla.
am not buying votes nor Bell Mrs. Inez Crosby and Mrs. under laid._Certificate No. September A. D. 1943.; fpl r>l'rV, FLORIIltl IV CIIV:>- 8-6-2tp ,
ing: myself. I am offering my Juanita Feagle were appointed 98.Lot: Iated this 4th.. day of August (.r.RV Ot.AU'iXCIAN: senior or j Jt
19 I nWoodlawn. "Sec. 13 Twp. e. n. 1943. Loraine Rhoden Plaintiff I vi. MISSING-One red plaid coat needed at once.
services to the city of Starke and teaqhers at the school and 5 (OFFICIAL SEAL) J. operator
Rising 8. R. 22 JlJ containing 10 Acre, A. Thomas Joseph Rhoden Defendant CasePUBLICATION with large silver C
my duties as mayor will be per- Mrs. Pearl Norman and Mrs. more or less, I* embraced under Clerk of Clrru'Court' of Bradford No. 2623. button. Find. license required. Apply
aid Certificate No. 590.!> County, Florida. 8-6 4t 8-27 ORiER OF er please return. to Mrs. Pearl! Blanding Exchange Camp
_
formed to the best of my ability Louise Crosby at the Hellbronn 8". of L.ote All Lot 5, 6 AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR Horowitz
In a dignified manner." school. In Wood I lawn J'c.4 1', Twp 6 M. R. JVOTlrFi OP APPLICATION: STATE OF FLORIDA 10; Joseph care of C. L. Beas, ding. Fla.SEAMSTRESS. 1.

22 K.. containing 30 Acre. more or FOR TAX I>KEIente ) Rhoden. whose residence Is, un. Icy. itp WANTEDi
I..*. I.l embraced under Bald Certificate (.. lUll No. l<13) known. .
POLITICAL No. 95. NOTICE I" HEREBY! OIVEN You are required to appear on FURNITURE FOR be experienced in military i I
v Lt. Koch Here Lot 43, 44 In Woodlawn Sec. 14 That W. H. Edwards. Jr- the holder September 6. t e above SALE-Reasonably attons. P. S. Stores.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Twp. 6 H, K. 22 E.. containing 20 ?.',e.h: oll certlfleatee has nm"l..Cour t 9n4J'ot'u.,: .h wherein priced, 3 rooms com .
Acre, more or less, H embraced said certificate. for a tax Plaintiff seeks 1 Bradford' '
Lt. William S. Koch of the deed : :'ftp1J plete. Also house for rent. In- furnished Iments
I FOIl" COUNCILMAN under said Certificate No. 206. to be Issued thereon. The County Telegraph this FOR RENT-Two
Army Air Corps spent from Sun I hereby announce myself ** Lot 41 In Woodlawn Hoc. 14 Twp. certificate numbers and years of Order In next four weekly Issues.. quire MaJ. C. O. Dalton Kings- modern equlplll l
5 H. R. 22 E.. containing 10 Acre' Issuance, the description of the Witnessmy hartid and ,
until candidate for the poaltlon of Councilman official ley Lake t
night <
'., day Wednesday morn- In the ttlarke, *ub- more or lei..l. embraced under said Irop..rty. and the name In which "..at at "Starke! Florida. this Au. Village. itp reasonably priced. Adults
;' Ing with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. lect to the City Cltr.of to be held Certificate l'<0. 699. .... .. are a* follows: II"*' f. 1943.! 1-2 mile from Si<
Louis W. Koch. His who Sepember 14, 1943. I am a Starke Lot 14 In Woodlawn Sec. 14 Twp. Certificate: No. 103 year of Issuance (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas FOR SALE-Irish potato need and no pets.
L, 9 wife man with the Interest of the people 6 H. R. 22 K., containing 10 Acre, August 4th.:. 1941 Description I of A" Clerk of said Court Porto Rico on Highway 48. Apply It 1
was living In Arcadia came up of the city of Starke at heart. If more or less 1 I..* embraced under' Property; NWi-4 of 8WH of SW'A W. C. Miner" Macdenny Florida.. yam sweet potato i dence before Saturday no|
> aid Certificate No. 600. Sec. 13 Twp. 58. R. 22 E. contain Atty. for vines. Leon
; and the time with him and elecod I promise you businesslike Pit 8.8 4t 82Iv Dlcandlo, Rt. 2'
spent nervlcv. Your vote and support Lot 42 In Woodlawn Hoc. 14 Twp. I ing 10 Acres, more or less. Name In Box 354 Starke Mrs.. E.) J, rlynn.Lull' .
: his folks. They left Wednesday respectfully .0IlcH.d. 5 H. R. 23 13.. containing 10 Acre., which assessed- Unknown; rIR'IT ('OtIflr BR'I>FOHDv Fla. 8-6-3tp
morning In their for J. 1. 8ItCOX. more or le.*. I I.. embraced under Certificate No. 133 Year of Issuance ('Olr"'r1r, FLOHiDAI I "'11 A ill. (' white and black pi
car Topeka
aid Certificate No. 604. August 4i.; 1941. Description of ('PRY.ICally: WANTED-Small, modern apartment :
Kan., probably headed for his old Lot, 4. IX In Woodlawn Pec. IS Property, Lot 63 In Woodlawn Sec. M.a5la''A Plaintiff' vs. Char. crippled hound. Please re|
Foil' MAYOR Twp. 6 S. Ft. 23 E.. containing; 20 16 Twp. 5 H. R. 23 E.. containing' I-. .. *' Defenilant' Case No. near school on or before and -"
base at Sioux City, Iowa. I wish to announce that I will Al'r.... more or le**, I I.* embraced 10 Acre., more or less Name In 2623 August IS.: Write J. O. T. to P, S., Denmark
Lt. Koch recently had a most b. a candidate fur the office of under said Certificate No. 611. which Assessed. Mrs. K O. Harvey; ORDER 01" PHALJr.ATTON care of $:5 reward.
Mayor of Starke: In the City Kleo-I Lot. 39. 40. 41, 42 In Woodlawn Certificate No. 13S Year of Issuance AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bradford County Tele.
: thrilling and delightful experience tlon to be held on Tu.*tlay. Hept Reo. 16 Twp. 6 H. R. 22 fi.. contain. August 4th.. 1941. Descriptionof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles graph Starke Fla.. 8-6-3tp
In being Flight Overseer for a .in her 14. Your vote and active ''InM' 40 acres. more or less In embraced Property, EH of Lot 31 In Wood. Mallato". care of Fl\rlb..ult' Woolen WANTED
support will be creatly appreciated.HKNKY under *ald Certificate No. 'lawn Hec. 18 Twp. 5 8. R. 22 E, Mills, Farlbault, Minnesota. Listings on partnwnU, no
: group of flying fortresses that A. MANASSA. 618. containing Acres more or less You are required to appear on EXPERIENCED competent young gull l
spanned the northern Atlantic to Lot 34 In Woodlawn See 15 Twp. Name In which ,assessed Mrs. E. a. September 6, 1941. In t hi above woman (former teacher) willing homes for rent located
FOIl MAYOR 6 S. R. 22 E., containing 10 Acrei, Harvey named Court and cause. wherein to tulles of Starke
Ireland. They were only 11 hours I hereby announce my candldaajr more or leu*. In embraced under Certificate No. 144 Year of Issuance Plaintiff. seek, divorce and .utor. care for babies, small children S1l'f'ft

; enroute and made the trip with- for the office of Mayor of the City aid Certificate No. 144. August 4, 1941 Description of litton. of!L Maiden' name. Bradford :50 cents hour. Inquire 119 East Call
of Starke, subject to the will of Lot H.& WH of Lot 45 In Wood- Property. Lot 64 In I Woodlawn Sea. r.tyiT'I'"tIaph shall publish Ihi.wr.n..s"'mty Mrs. : Heallo
out Incident, flying at night for the people of Mtarke. a> _pr ..s.d ,I; lawn See 16 Twp. 6 8. R. 22 H., 19 Twp. 5 sJ R. 22 El, containing weekPy ....u.... W. O. Wyss. 322 Thompson W. T. CLUTE
the sake of safety. He returnedvia In the City election to be held Sp- containing. 16 Acre, more or less, 10 Acre. more;: or less Name In hand and official St., rear apartment:
ember 14. I am .a native of Btarke I I.* embraced under said Certificate which assessed Bvallna. Ma Benjamin seal at i4tarke Florida. this Au., itp WANTED-oid pnonograpn
Iceland aboard an airliner to and a tax-payer. elected I ; ; gust 4 1943. None
: New York City. promise to render th.ub. serviceof NOi..oe.T.. 41 In Woodlawn Sec. 15 Certificate IVo. 146 Year of Is. (OFF[ IAL. SEAL) A..1. ThOmas STENOGRAPHER WANTED-;.ex- ors '3c per lb. )!
which I am capable Twp. 5 H. R. 23 R.. containing 20 suance. August 4th, 1941. Description ,: A. Clerk of said Court. perlenced and capable. Local paper. Phone 179 P"
He visited England and Scot. JAMBS f HOLI.INC1SWORTH.NOTIfH Acre, more or less.. I* embraced of Property.Lors; 19. 30. 2t, 30 T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida"
under eald Certificate No. 626. In Woodlawn S.". 20 Twp. 5 S. R. Atty. for Pit. a.. 4t 9.3ff ; permanent person preferred. but Co., Starke, Fla.
land and brought back with him OF" APPLICATION: Lot 61 In Woodlawn 8..o. 16 Twp. 22 E.Noonlalnlnt 40 Acre. mor| or would consider
some English notes and coins as FOR TAX IKKIOrnate > S 8. R. 23 K., containing 10 Acre, li: Ich assessed r*. W. (IRf""TIT ('OtilT BRADFORD t r well-equipped IF WOULD BUY OR 8
( Bill n*. t 3NOT1CK ) more or lees In embraced under 1. ('fI''IIT1r' FLORIDA ire! CRA: an sit.' Write Box 431-H YOU beef
well as an Iceland bill. IS HEREBY OIVEN. aid Certificate No. 626. All of said Property being In the ('F-R1r.- Starke Florida. milk Cows, stock cows

't "'10 That W. H. Edward. Jr., holder o( Lot 37. 88 In Woodlawn Sec K County of Bradford. State of Florida. Vincent Melo"'lon't." Plaintiff vs. lt( bulls or bogs rl
Tax Certificate Numbered renpeotlvely. Twp. S S. H. 22' E.. containing 20 Anna Meichione' Defendant.. Caseoynew' Ue. stock
Cemetery Working Number 39 Issued the 5th., I Acre*. more or le**. I I. embraced Unless such certificate or certificates No. 1617. LOST Saturday night eye-glasses touch with J. D. OdoB.
day of July A. n. 1S21; Number I I under said Certificate No. 627.I shaV be redeemed according ORDER OF PUBLICATION In tan leather Box 204
Hi and 673 Issued the 7th., day of ,I I.ot 60 In Woodlawn Sec. 17 Twp. t.) law the property described In AND NOTIC1'I TO APPEAR case Inscribed Box 24T Starke; '
There will be.a. cemetery workIng August A. D. 11133, Number 122 I>. 5 8. R. 22 E., containing 10 Acre, such certificate or certificate will STATE OF FLORIDA to; Mr.. with name of Dr. Hill. Re- City; Telephone 481 Lake
,ued the 4th day of July A. D. more or less. I* embraced under be sold to the highest bidder at Anna Meichione 1863 "th Str.et. ward for return TW
and dinner on the grounds l)27! : Number 52 and 584 Issued aid Certificate No. 13 I. the Court house door on the first York. to Bradford Auction market every .

at the New River Baptist Church, the Tth day of August A. D. 1533'Number : I Lot 61. HI In Woodlawn Seo. IT Monday In Month of September, You are required to( appear on County Telegraph. ltp Lake City 2:30: ; every i1
its tinned the Jnd.. day" ofHeptember I Twp. 6 H. R. 22 E.. containing 20 1943. which Is the 6th., day. of Sep September '. 194ln t h e above
Thursday Aug. 12. Everyone invited. A. U. 135 Number 93 Acre, more or less I* embraced tember A. D. 1943. named Court FOR SALE day, Palatka 2 P Mjj
:' tnued the 4th., day of July Ainf.. urder raid Certificate No. 632. Dated this 4th., day of AugustA. plaintiff seeks dlvorrU"' Bradford Missionary strawberry
ICIM; Number 94 Issued the I" Lot 43 In. Woodlawn See 17 Twp D 1943. County Telegraph shall r''Ub I this plants, Arkansas stock, SALES GIRLS WANTEDtime -
:-;R. H. Green. Jr. Clerk. day nf AUlfU..t, A. D. 1937: Number S H. It. 22 IL! containing 10 Acres. OFFICIAL SEAL) .A. J Thomas. Order in neat four weekly 'isenes. on first year new APP)
su! 0 Issued the 7th., day of Auguat more or leu In embraced under Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Wltneaa my n ,and official: ground White and part time.
A. D. 1833; Number :,, lanued the i I aid Certlflcnfe No. 631. County. Florida. '.1 4t 8-27 seal. at !.ItRl'ke, Florida, this Au. roots.'JfJZer M* f. o. b. s'ark. S. Stores.. Blanding Center]
Beauty Shop SoldMrs. 4th., day of July A. ). IKJti Nism.h..r Lot 68 .A HM. of Lot .19 In Wood- ."- I. 19U. -F' Flume.
SD1 i d the &th.' lawn Sec.! 17 Twp. S 14. R. 22 E.. ?NOTICK' OF 'APPIIf""TIO" (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas -. lIp fur"
Atiiriixt A"l! ). 1925! ; ;;b"y 599, I containing; 16 Acre, more/ or le**. FOR ,/TAX. UEF-D: Courl. FOR RENT-One 3-rooni
Alma Nader who has own BOO. 604. sit and fUll( .......d .th.. 7th., I I.. embraced under Bald CertificateNo. (.e.*...- Bill %.>. IH3) Walter C. Hgtrd&VN&lon'' Beach FOR ALL TYPE S BURGESS ed house: $16 mo. Several
ed and operated the Starke Beauty day of August eAinf., 1993; Number I 634. NOTICE I*! HEREBY GIVEN: Florida Atty. for Plf 8-6 4t 88fiv hearing aid batteries $4.10
144 Innoed dny of lira Iot 66 In Woodlawn Sec.' IT Twp. that B. Y. Saxon holder of Tax J. write Otto nlshed apts. $3.50 to
Shop on Court Street for almost "rh'i) 1940: Number 214 I*. 5 H. R. 22 E.. containing 10 Acre, Certificates Numbered respectively.Numbers : ciRrriT rot'H-r nit Herrman, Box 522, II Ig h week.-L. B. Jordan 2 MI
two recently sold It to Mrs. Hiied d., day of July A. more or lea I* embraced under said 810 and 311 Issued the f"'Ol''IITY.' FLOIUI .4 I'" (H '"V"cRv Springs, Fin *. 10 ,
years. 1914: ; Number 2i. 826. H27. 1I 11. 32.: Certificate No. 1>4. 7th., day of August, 1939: -and Number 8-6 4tp from Starke 500 yd G
Llnnle McCullough Fogg and has 633 and IU4 i.o.I the 7th., day. ofAu Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5. t. 8. II. 16, S HO Issued the 2nd., day of Maude Cannon. Plaintiff vs Marvin CANNING of highway leading to J SCamp
gone to Daytona Beach to be with u.t A. D. 193J[ Number 154 34. 36. 411. 48. 51. 63 In Woodlawn September, 1940. has filed same In Cannon. Defendant. ("a... No. 2U6. PJARS: for sale 'l.25 2, liDS
suet the 2nd day of september. 1.-1 J>eo. IB Twp. S H. R. 23 R.. containing my office and has made application ORDER OP PURLIC\TION per bushel. Get Blandlng. RI.
her daughter. Mlsti Mary Ellen D 1940 Number 91 laxued. the 160 Acre., more or !ices l*> embraced for Tax Deed to be Issued AND NOTICE TO APPEAR them now before 1-30

Wilkins in their new shop there. day of August A. D. 1939) N"mb@I'1,, under Mid Certificate No. thereon. STATE OF FLORIDA tOI: Marvin they are gOne. Bring "'aDemore.t. -
KKS and 642: I"*u"d the 7th., day 91. Said certificates respectively em.brace Cannon, whose residence Is un- tamer R. F.
Mrs. Fogg took charge here Monday i of Auvut A. D. 1933: Number 140 I| Lot* 37. 63, 58. III In .Wood lawn the following; ll'B't..J''I' ; known. Fla. Starke FOIl RENT:: -
July 26. Issued the 2nd, day of September I .....0. 20 Twp. 5 S,. R. 22 IL. containing erties I In the -County : You are required to appear on Itp Four-bedroom. coin P l je1'.J
A. D. 1940! Number 1C* limned the ; 40 Acre. more or le... I I. State of Florida September 6. 1941, !n t hi above ._ : mil" t tI
4th.. day of July A. D. 1927; and embraced under said l Certificate No HV4 of 8EU )lot SWM fee.' SO Twp. named Court and cause, wherein OAtVANIZED: I fished house two

Number tot Iud' the 2nd., day 65il. 7 S R. 32 E.. containing; 20 Acres Plaintiff seeks. divorce and ......tBr.... WAREHOUSE Starke. _. ___. _..-_"*"
Sale Buys Lots ..f July A. I>. 1134. ha* filed earns Lot 63 In Woodlawn See. (0 Twp. more or less IM embraced under lion of Maiden name.. Bradford for rent. Near Farmers' I bC|
,; In my office. and ha. made application B S. R. 22 E.. containing; 10 A..r.'. said certificate No. 210. Connty Telegraph shall pnbll..|" this ket. Mar Four-room unfurnlsl> a
On 29 for Tax Peed to be Issued more or lea*. I* embraced under W<, of .f EU of SWW' B of Ry.. Ord 1-1' In next four weekly Issues. Apply R. A. Newsome 1 1-4 miles from StArke jv;;|
July Mr.'and, Mrs. Guy thereon. aid Certificate No. 662 i Sec.' 30 Twp.1 S. R. 23 E.. con Witness my hand and officialOFFICIAL 333 North Cherry f'
H. Sale purchased from Mr. and Said certificate respectively em- Lot :S3. 84 In Woodlawn ""C'. 3A taining13 Acre, more or lass I I. seal at Starke, I'lol'ld. this- Au. street. ftp Two-room cabin partly .
bruce the fnllowlngr Twp. 6 S. R. 23 B.. containing ZA embraced under said certificate No, gu.t<< 11. 194:1.: Stark' .
Mrll. R. F. Demorest lots 1 and 2 l" t.J't'or'd 3 1-2 miles from
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erties In he County Acre, more or I I.* embraced Thomas. SALE2 cloet
In Wynn's Addition to the town State of under said Certificate No. 1475. 211SWV. of SRI* Use. lei Twp. T a IXA MoVXn. ''j.'Bl.U'S'iSFiorlda. bred :5 1'00d IIOWS already Two-bedroom apartment.PAG3 .
of Starke. The Is 10- E'i nf $IpqdAU; WVi *>t / NEV of NE'4 of NEH Seo. 34 R. 22 E.. containing; 40 Acre, more William: Duroc Ihotes. Charles .

,. property E of River Hec. 19 Twp. 4 8. R. 22 Twp. e S. R. 12 E.. containing 10 or leg. Is embraced under said cer- Atty. for Plf. a-6 4t i-fl Cooper, Route 2. Stark ltp ,V-T: : CL -Lia







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