Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Trading and Home of the I '

creation Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries !:

I !
L Camp Blandins This Side of Heaven i

Official County Publication Established "in 1877 I


MngScrape Proud of Bond Change In SetUpI Seaboard To Spend $30,000On

[talToOne t ; At Blanding Station Improvements Here

oman Held Almost Complete u________

Contract Let ,
Issued .
lieU Thompson, 32-year-old The "Panthers" have gone and Warning -
carpenter Is dead, and the job of converting Camp NOTICE
n eY
L Joe D, Peele also of Lawtey. Blanding Into an Infantry Replacement For New Sheds
Mini held In,the County jail Training C enter Is To Victims 'j

charged with first-degree teaching advanced stage*.
The Bradford County Health Unit '
ler In connection with his The 66th (Panther) Division And

.rtlng at Lawtey Saturday born at Blanding early last spring Of Rabid Dog Enlargement
Bennett Jr.. son
L Richard and commanded by popular Maj. .
)!r, and Mr*. R. D. Bennett, Gen. H. F. Kramer has departed Announces In a long-distance telephone t
Lwtey, was also shot throughcheek. for the hills of Aikamas and will Dr. In'Ing 1C. Abrmn*. ill. j
nose and right arm; I complete its training at Camp Joe rector of t h e Clay-Hrmlford conversation with the Telegraph \

c.sle Bell Wiggins, of Law- I T. Robinson. County Health (I'nlt j,
received one or two bullet The new I. R T. C. Is commanded day hntied the f"lIowlnlr Important ley of Jacksonville Division Superintendent '

;ugh the hip at the same time, { by General Eugene W. statement- : of the Seaboard AirLine

? presumably by the same Fales who has already arrived at "On Friday, AUK. IS. seieralprrxon Railroad confirmed report
011. A bullet also grazed Ed Blanding from Camp Roberts Here bitten by a mall I
the ,
|rllng'. stomach but ,he was Calif., where he commanded a Hack log with Hhort sleek DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY from 8:30: A. M. to company will spend approximately I
jured, similar training unit at Camp hair. mongrel tyP<<'. II(> wan u $30,000 on the Improvement ,
to 9:30: A. M. Blood Tests For Health Card '
Ir, peels was also jailed here Roberts. He comes here with a trny dog around Blandlng ; of atatlon facilities la
with his wife; but wa re- notable record In the development Center and \\atrr Street and Starke in the Immediate future.
I1i d t( Tuesday and a first-degree of the I. R. T C. at his former \lclnlt)". WEDNESDAYS: ALL DAY Issuing Health Card "The contract has just been let /,

uer charge was filed against station and many Infantry train- 'Three children already to the Wadesboro Construction \ ,

? Peele, following a thorough Ing aids and practices were developed known to have been bitten are THURSDAYS : 10 A. M. 12 A. M. ; 1 P. M. 4 P. M. ; Co, of Wadesboro N. C.," Mr. I

Litigation Monday by State under his supervision. now under treatment to pre 7 P. M. .8 P. Venereal Disease Clinic. Hurley stated "and we hope that
riley T. E. Duncan and Assistt Starke la already experiencing vent rablex. There may be one the job will be completed within

t Stats Attorney Joe Hill Wil- a heavy demand for houses and or two others bitten by thla six weeks."

9 apartments to fill the needs of same dog. CLOSED ON SUNDAY Improvements will include an
that Mrs. the cadres arriving here from "THE DOG HAD RABIES. extension 20x30 feet to the station
32-callbre pistol Jeanette little
ie Frances pretty
have used was Camp Wheeler, Ga., Camp Croft, "ThOHe persona who were! itself and some Interior 1
Is alleged to of Mr. '
j 2 daughter
, 32 1-2-year-old S. C. and Camp Roberta Calif., hltten and not under treatment. changes will be made. The con :
with eight empty
ind, along Mr Varne of Sampson
and Curtis
most of whom will become "per at the present time,should Immediately tract alao Include SOS: feet of I
O. Andreu
trldgen, Sheriff week. A.Neither a 33- City is proudly exhibiting a manent" residents while serving rontact their private Edwards To Run Chemical Treats "butter-fly" umbrella sheds, Mr.
War Bond purchased
: recently
Peele was as Instructors at the I. R. T. C. physician or come to ,the health Hurley ..tated.L. .
that Mr.
ire pistol at the Telegraph office with pennies '
Conversion of Blanding into a clinic. A. Rennolds, who circulated ,
have had. nor any
ipty posed 38 to cartridge were found. given,, nlckle to her by dime fond and relatives quarter and center for Infantry its instruction two-and- "This IK an urgent matter!" ; For Council City Water a petition the middle of last, October

helped fire a shotgun into the saved over a period of several marks a change in securing 183 signers who
a-half year history of training requested these Improvement, recently
us- Church Center
ound to prevent months. Her uncle and aunt, Mr.
; it to kill somebody with the aad Mrs. Duggar Jones who accompanied divisions field artillery brigades The only new entrant this week Don't complain If the city received a communication
medical units chemical Activities
hospital and from C. B. Bell Paaaenger Traffic
eruf stated.Ju the little girl in making Into the "free-for-all" political water tastes a little "off color"tor
warfare com panics), Signal Manager of the Seaboard, Nor
exactly, how the shooting her bond purchase state that Corps units, etc. The new center Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown director contest for the various city offices awhile-or even for the duratlont folk, Va.. regarding the' matter. ,

irted la not clear at least Frances Jeannette wouldn't think will train men a* loss replacements stated yesterday!' that a for the Sept. 14 election Is At least It's' pur. A little Mr. Bell stated that "all difficulties I

m who know the most talk of buying candy and ice cream for the many jobs In large group of service men dropped W. M. (Mitch) Edwards-the "old chlorine In th, water, which affects have been overcome withrefer.nc.
t least about the actual cause with her money but insist on In at the Church Service Center war horse" the Telegraph r pre .
regiment.Although to
an Infantry only the palate but Increaaea improved passenger
till fray However._a lengthy putting every penny In her bank the total number of on Church Street for It* "open dicted last week would become facilities at Starke, and I feel
twriew .with' RichArd ,,Be .nett. .o she can use! it to help "alap a troops to receive training at the house" Sunday afternoon at 6 a candidate. the purity 1* a thous nd-told better confident that work will be under

14 received perhap the worst Jap", With the Third War Loan center at any given time cannot o'clock and enjoyed punch. and "After serving nine year on than the possibility of many headway In the very near future.""

nodi! of any who "lived to tell Drive starting early In September be disclosed it Is understood that' sandwiches. Moat of them were the City.Council", Mr. Edwards deatiui through sabotage of the The ,4ally press carrjtd eaKlcts *\\,

ttala", reveals that the real It H hoped that every little boy there will be a large steady turn from the new Replacement.' Center .aid, "I feel..that,!;, am qualified water supply! ,'. "*'' last" ,Veelt in which It'W&II' I

flimeat! seems to have" .t.rt.cI. and ..lr*.>a' the county will take over, with several thousand,;pew' she said. to aerve I askthe" voters to Nobody expects anything to stated that these. Improvement '

*-*-:*'clockSatrd, aY' *.ftr01 *aTtlp tl-om Frances Jeannette and men arriving every week a8 several Light refreshment* and open take no man's word, but to read happen to the water supply- at the passenger a tat Ion at 'I

starf-Bavlng= their pennies to buya thousand trained men depart house were also enjoyed by a the record of my nine year*' ser neither does anyone expect the Starke have been determined upon

I "Ossle Bell Wiggins talked Bond. This patriotic little girl for, varied station good crowd Tuesday night. Wed vice at the City Hull." enemy to bomb Starke. But It Is which "would afford station

|ugh to Elsie Visaggi" (his I Is the granddaughter of Mr. and nesday morning- at 10 o'clock the That makes five candidates for good to keep the aircraft warnIng enlargement of white passenger

liwtheart who _worked a* a Mrs. Millard Varnes of Sampson Southern Bell wives of service men met for a Mayor five for City Council two tower In constant opnratlon waiting rooms as well aa umbrella

altreas in the Peeles' cafe). City. Coca-Cola party and to discuss for Chief of Police and onei for against possible aerial attack and shed 200 feet on both northbound.

Ictiard Bennett said In the TeleIrsph Leases Another and plan a o m e phase of war City Clerk. also to be on the safe side a* to and southbound tracks" ,

office Monday' afternoon. Mothers Club Residence Here work.Word the water supply. About tea days ago two men, r '

pea Miss Vlsaggl and Richard ha been, received that Dr. Allen Arrives It is said that chlorine will destroy representing two different contracting :
nneU's father were also In thepee To Be Sponsored The Southern Bell Telephone Rev. A. I* Bryan of Salem, N. J., the effects even of poison firms, one with blueprint I

But he said after a few By Health Unit Company keeps) ext ending Its who spent several weeks here At Church Center in the water. So, enjoy the of the proposed Improvements

lords. It all passed over. Howhr services and expanding its living recently organizing the Church Dr. George H. Allen, pastor of water as It tastes a lot better were taking cer tain I
after the cafe'cloeed about Dr. I. R. Abrams, Director of quarters In order to take adequate Service Center, has been accepted the First Presbyterian Church of and 1* a lot safer than poison measurements about the depot

Its: o'clock Saturday night the Bradford County Health Unit care of Us numerou as a Chaplain has been commissioned Bath N Y., ha* come to Staike Because, a* you know, saboteurs with a view to making bid on

rouble started In earnest, though has extended an invitation to all women employes. I a first lieutenant and will and the Church Service Center are abroad even in America. the job. One was with a pavingfirm
11 II not clear, ,:Just what caused It recently leased from Rev. L. I IG. report to Harvard University for and was to bid on several
mothers as well as of the Pre s b y t erlan-Eplscopal
present the Hemingway the 11-room house a short course of Study Sept. 22. churches. He will be remembered Dr. Haynes Builds hundred yard* of paving while
lulus mothers-to-be to Join Mr. and the other had blue and
Vlaaggl rented an apart- formerly occupied by as the oqe who held service at print was
i Int from the Peelea upstairs ati Mothers Club which will be organized Mrs. Orle Wiggins-between the Arthur & McRaeIn the local Presbyterian Church August New Office to bid on Improvements on the t'."

i I rear of,the store and she and there, Tuesday August home of W. E. Torode Jr., and 8 and 15. He will be here building.The .

chard Bennett ,and the,,other 24. "Thl club It being formed the new Hemingway residence on Comedy7 throughout the month of August. Dr. O. L. Haynes is ao much petition, circulated by Mr.
altrem, Jean Johanaon and the Mr. Hemingway Is Theatre Improved in health that he la Rennolds in October
: Instruction to mothers South St. At Florida "Dr. Allen I Is a part of a pro requested
''Mies'! 12-year-old son, Roger to give having it re-decorated both Inside gram of Camp Pastors aet up by building a new 11,000 dental office among other things that the .
'"e all up there where Mtaatoggi with babies and to expectant and outside, and about 18 Co-starring Jean Arthur Joel the Presbyterian Church whereby on his. home property o n Florida Railroad Commission "use

was cooking .upper.(They mothers" the announcement more of the Southern Belles will McRae and Charles Coburn "The pastors of large churches obtain Water Street and expect to resume the nece.sary'meana to bring

we to have supper, take Miss I state move into it around Sept. 1, Mr. More the Merrier", described asa leaves of absence to assist in his practice shortly after about the erection of a train '

*M3on home and then Bermett A series of free demonstrations Hemingway said. The lease Is new kind of romantic comedy large defense area where help In Sept. 1, he said Wednesday. shed not les than 300 feet inlength
id Miss $l. oo. with an die Florida The John Hall, contractor, 1* building each main together
Vlaaggi were to come will be given by Mrs. Carolyn for one year at will be seen at religious matters I* most needed on track
'Jtarke to a movie. Inman. Public Health nurse, on option for a longer time. atre Sunday and Monday and also the Rev. Chas. H. Allen pastor the office, which will consist with doubling the capacity

A large crowd wa milling the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each This will make the third "dormitory" at the midnight show Saturday. of the local Presbyterian Church of a reception room a laboratory.an in waiting rooms, and erection of

nund In front'of the cafe, and. month from 10 to 11 A. M. to be occupied by the Miss Arthur Is seen as a beautiful stated yesterday. Dr. Allen makes operating room for white people adequate waiting room oa north
were "throwing thinga" up- Southern Bell employes. In the Washington secretary who, contacts at the Camp and is and one for colored people. ward main track to Insure the

Ira,i Bennett said and "fooling early Camp Blanding days Southern Impelled by patriotic motives decides helping at the Church Service Mr.\ Hall began construction\ August protection of the hundreds of

round my car." He came down Juvenile Star Bell purchased outright the to rent out one' room of Center" is wa stated. 4, and expect to complete service men as well ai civilian

Wth! his ahot-gun "to protect his Scores Hit Titus Olson home on Madison her tiny apartment. Coburn in the building around Sept. 1. using our station dally".

"", ha aald. Ed Starling and.Ir' Street near it* Intersection with the role of a lovable business Was At Pearl Harbor. After 30 years dental practice, I
In "Mister Big"Parading spent a Jean to let him hi work
i tried to take It away Walnut. The company tycoon persuades Dr. Haynes gave up Father Murphy Here
101Q large sum remodelling and fitting take the room despite her avowed shortly .befor Christina on account
him. They finished their of extraordinary Harold J. Manselle of the :V. B.
per> and took the girl home a lineup It out for a business office a intentions to rent only to a Navy who has been In the Southwest of a heart attack. He Father Thomaa J. Murphy who

when they came 'back It youthful talent the novel cafeteria and dormitory.It woman.It Pacific for the past six : later gave up his of ftco,which h* organised the St. Edwards' Catholic

*"111I that the fire-works began. musical comedy film "Mister Big" also leased the upper story doesn't take Coburn long to month, wa visiting his aunt I had kept for 30 year But by Church here and was Its minister

n I la said that Mrs. Feele had will be nown at the Park .Theatre I of the new Olson building .on realize that Jean Is not In love Mr. L. A. Rennold last Friday. proper diet and treatment h* ha for about two years, returned -

*>auated her efforts In trying Sunday, Monday and Tuesday South Walnut Street, adjacent to with her aging finance, and he This wa hi* first visit to his lost 83 pounds, I Is much unproved to Stark Monday after being
f disperse the Satarday night one ofHollywood's Its other property and about.18employes soon rents half of his room to home state since attending the and going'to" work soon. away for 10 weeks. He spent

P"r-soaked crowd, and falling to ,, Donald O'Conner are housed there. 1* Joel McRae, a young engineer in funeral of his mother. Mrs. Avis three or four week of that tune

to, shot eight or more bullet moat remarkable Washington on business. With John* Manaelle three years ago Tic Toe Tap In the Mayo Brothers Clinic at

random Into the crowd, killing Juvenile performers, la *tarred Syphilis Is Topic:) the three of them sharing Jean's" and, hi* second visit since enterIng Changes ,Hands Rochester, Minn, where he underwent
and bath a I treatment for a chronic
( Gloria bedlam
Continued on pap 8) and headlined with him are "parlor the service in 1939.
Jean and Peggy Ryan. At, Rotary ClubUr&ln series of exciting and exceedinglyhectic He has been stationed at Hono.1 I After two years of operating malady. H* 1* much unproved

the classics more publicity and more Incidents follow. lulu most of the time and the Tic Toe Tap In Starke, :AlLozoff In health.
AtThe Jive music versus The balance of the time he
Library ho sold out to J. H. Jones
on *
of "Mlater Big" and widespread public Pearl Harbor at the tune of the
Prepare Is the theme of the story Is a I, the subject of syphilis. Dr. M. B. New Dress Shop Jap's sneak attack December; 7. of New York City, who tookcharge pent visiting relatives and and
for an emergency or the setting talk morning The new friend In New York City
nurse's course reading the School of the Theatre where agang Herlong gave an enlightening He Is now a radio Instructor at Monday Lake Placid N. T He expect
by Wednesday. Will Not Open owner has been in Starke for the
Club Jacksonville Naval Air Base.
Rotaly. the
!: kids mingle at the
"JK BARTON book; STU1NI of wing-minded I months, working with to receive his assignment to another
thatrlorlda' per capitarate Mr. Man elle was wearing numerous past eight
: with highbrow Stating which
NURSE SENIOR boogie-woogie The Jewell Dress Shoppe, of Jordan's pastorate at the hands of
of infection I* the thirdbl&hellt medal but wa very reluctant his uncle, Tim Jordan ,
E, VI3ITINO N U R S E. composition*. United States, Dr. was scheduled to open the middle well Bar. I IMI' Bishop Joseph P. Hurley this
In the to discuss them as
.R AL NURSE SUPERIN- No less than 11 musical number of August in the space recently week or the first of next.
_.... DENT OF NURSES. *, including several original Herlong said that the rate amongnegroes occupied by the law office of the as any of his experiences during Lozoff* plans are a* yet
Among presented by the talented In this state Is 70 per In his action. incomplete, but he will go to i
the Children' Clascs tunes are 17 late Marcus F. Brown C. T. SABINE DIES
.1 may be found THE ILIAD young aingere and dancers cent and among white people building adjacent to the postofflce, I Miami for a vacation.
r* Gloria Jean's golden percent. i Dies In Auto O. T. Sablne former proprietor
AND GIRLS THE In the ca t. will not open.
In the old Ha stated that 34,000 men have of Sablne's Bakery In Starke died
FOR i 1.1 epeclally of Standing Tailors Hit Train
R L vole "Moonlight and Roe.8." been turned down by the Army Dave Levin Westner Lee Stephens 29 of By Wednesday morning at 7:13: : o'
by the A. J. favorite to be the proprietor
because of venereal was attack In la St. Luke Hospital. Jacksonville
u b. of entertain. in this state rent. Waldo died of a heart Roundtree Lawtey negro man clock
to These are In the 8 There "Mister Is plenty Big", both for disease Infection and it 1 Is hi* belief and bad paid thre months'Charles an automobile between Starke and I Is critically Injured In the Raiford where he had been taken
year with In and Mrs.
roo< age group ment and those who like that the Army should keep Mrs. Levin Waldo about 5 I o'clock Thursday hospital as a result of a train- for aa operation for a kidney
Ir tJ .prlut and ,J1I oJnIOIR WUI.iL Jitterbugs the more subdued these men and force them to take Parlser whose husband was man to afternoon August 12 a* he wa auto collision early Sunday morn ailment.
on were
their music 8. Stores,
,{ treatment rather than to turn ager of the returning'home from bis work at ing at Lawtey. A passenger train Funeral service w r held
!( went to
by Edith BolVVUgon aide. them back Into civilian life where operate the shop. They Camp Blanding. He wa the son ran Into the Model A Ford which : Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock f1I

ter: ndent who was a de- they wUlo only spread the Infection New York to try to that buy merchandise new of Chester H. Stephen and was h* was driving, breaking, his from the Hardage & William*

'lilt of Pocahontas and Cemetery Working to others.Dr and found a painter.He back. Injuring hi* hip and inflicting Funeral Home In Jacksonville.Mr. .
of secure
W I row the late President 23 theVe win Herlong lauded the venereal businesses- can hardly when c.sh laavailable. Is survived by hi* father; other severe Injuries, a* Sablne b survived by hid J
WlUon. The present Monday. August control work being car goods at all even his car. Ha I Is wife and several children.Ht .
tdltt workln disease coupled three brother and two ltera. well a* tearing up
of condition
to 1:1 thIs book 'e limited b. a cemetery near 'Jf.1 ried on by th* C 1 a y -Bradford That that Mr. ParUer Funeral service were conducted In critical condition, according to sold out his bakery her

!ct COpy.copies. An autographV. McKlnney cemetery knows what to County Health Unit and urged with the fact the death at the Waldo cemetery Saturday Cha*. Ingram of the State Road several month ago and returned
No. 736. bat "Everybody In po was transferred signed home in Jacksonville.
may Rlver citizens to cooperate every M. Patrol who Investigated the cae. to his
UUd Monday at 2 P. ;
stated dress shop.
the the new
warrant to
Public Library., do", J. S. Wynn slbte way with this campaign.
", in making the


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spot General MacArthur has reported that Eiland, Jerry Wadsworth, Billy FLA. STATE FARM THERESSA turned to her home ,
The Bradford County Telegraph Japan's heaviest hitting have been May, Lamarr Brown, Howell Williams By E. R. Bouvler_ By Miss Ida Hagon Mr. ana Mrs "'
Jenks Holly 1 l Langford children of La-cS TN
Established 1877 exhausted and that Japan is "now on a Hicks! James Dyal, Buddie and SOT. JACK BRADLEY Mrs. S. R. Swindell left Fridayfor ors here Tuesday **\

defensive." Gary Rhames, Jimmie Norwood IS PRISONER OF JAPS Jacksonv 111 e to visit her Seaman
and Billy Horne. Friends of the J. W. Bradley daughter; Mrs. Adkins and fam- Cocoa Kenneth Slal\J,l \
War I over'so suddenlythat visited ,
>ran\PRESS ASSOCIATION Even World was that i a
Several fumlly'wlll be glad to hear Ily. week. family|
games were played on
vu IDP'QRJALASSOCJA1JON'? e it surprised Wilson, Clemenceau and the lawn. "Hidden Marbles" was Sgt. Jack Bradley has been heard Misses Annett and June Coth Miss Phyllis
.Lloyd George. Coming down to the presentwar from aga In. There has been no of Alachua Hazen bas
greatly enjoyed by the little tots, ran are visiting; to her rat
...___ &Iltor and Owoer Pearl home after
C. L. Matttiews Hicks direct word from him since friends here this week.
we found Mussolini dropping out of the with Langford finding the the Red j visiting In St. 8el'el\l
Harbor recently Augustine
C greatest number and winning the except Mrs. Ida Parrlsh and children' Palatka sod
_I fast it hard to believe it.
SUBSCRIPTION KATE picture so was Cross advised that he was a
A m 1 n iature elephant.
were visiting relatives here this
v Yearly 1.7S: : Bin Month. HI.OO So prepare for a lot of surprises I Gary Rhamea found the least and prisoner of the Japs. An undated week. Mr and Mrs. Luther SO\l\
card was received Monday saying Mlcanopy were VIN ,
was given a tiny l ornamental I
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Sec- "Health good". T h o ugh brief, E. L. Geiger of Cocoa Beach Thursday. orl

sod: Clan Mattrr at the Pout Office at Btarka. Fta.i How About Russia? candle. this was consolation as these few was visiting his mother, Mrs. J. P. Mrs Nancy J"e
The numerous gifts to the words and his signature were In Dickinson,_Sunday. Is visitinghe"0' *
The people of our country didn't under- honoree were opened and presented his own handwriting. Jack wasa Pfc. and Mrs. Johnnie Ezel Mrs- James
1 Cason.
Manpower And InductionFirst stand Russia before the beginning of the by her two sisters, Norma and former student :of .BHS. were .visiting In Starke Saturday Mr. and Mrs
Joan. After the o
admiring gifts afternoon. Q, gin
we had a story about sagging war. We welcomed them as partners in the the children were Invited Into the FORCED LANDING Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Roberts and children of WildwOOd

war production that disturbed the public fight against the Axis-but we still don't dining room where an attractively Quite a bit of excitement was were In Keystone Heights Satur- week relatives here Thursday ?

understand them. It is doubtful whetherwe decorated birthday cake gracedthe caused Monday morning by the day afternoon.
of mind. After time report
peace a a table. It was surrounded by forced landing of -. 'Navy plane Mr. and Mra. R. G. Zeigler Mr. and Mrs T W,
Chairman Donald Nelson said that the pro- ever will. .Russia isn't at war with fern and all table accessorieswere In the pasture near the dairy. and daughter of Gainesville spent were In Tampa on bUlln"11

gram of war production was more than Japan. Stalin and his government seem of pink and white. The two occupants of the plane the week-end here with Mr. and day

four-fifths completed during the first half to appreciate the 6 millions of dollars ofwar' Beside the cake, iced grape were unhurt, but there was some Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. Mrs. 3. cSowell.. Mr. and
juice| assorted candles and animal damage to the plane, which had Cpl. James Trlest of Drew McDavid and Mrs, hS
food supplies from the United States.On I Hedv
, of 1943. Meantime the Manpower
r crackers were served with to be partly taken apart Field was visiting relatives here of LaCrOSse were dinner
sion called for the induction of 3-A fathers, the other hand, Stalin continues, to com- scarlet suckers and chewing gum hauled to Lee Field on trucks. Sunday of Mrs. V. V. Hazen Wedol

plain about what he is the failure by favors. Mrs. E. S. Loper Is here from Mrs
and then opened-out a loop-hole through says squares as Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bristol left J. w Thomaa Md

which fathers might miss the draft by go- the United States and Britain to establisha Other guests attending this. af- Friday for their new home In Georgia visiting her husband and Marjorie Fay Crosby! I\'e.
son, Dan.
western front forces have fair were Milton Eiland. Bob Gainesville.Mrs. Starke Wednesday Of |last
even though
ing to work in war industries. Margaret Dyal Mrs. Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son Mrs. A E.
Holly, McKinney
, / On the face of Manpower statements cleaned up North Africa and the Mediter- George Williams, Mrs. Florrie Bell C. M. Turney Is Visitingher Billie, spent Sunday here with and Mrs Ruby Hazen of 01 S
son, Capt. John Turney, stationed < (C
v, ,. it appeared that about 300,000 fathers wouldbe ranean, wiped out the power of Sicily and Brown. Mrs. Purvis Hazen, Mrs. near Durham, N. C. relatives. vllle visited relatives Saiui
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns and
Fred Eiland and Mrs..Eldred Dun- Mrs.
in uniform by December 31, this year. Italy, and brought the French people to a can of Gainesville. B. Hershfleld has returned froma son, Grady, of Hampton were River visited Floyd Wlggia rtl

Months ago Government agencies issued point where they are ready to rejoin our visit of several weeks with his visiting Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs.! here Monday,

estimates that'a fighting force of 11,000,000men fighting forces. Besides, we have bombedthe HONORED AT SHOWER children In New York City. Lydia Hall, and her niece Miss dren Mrs.of Jo LaCrosse Ray Harris and!
Mrs F. D. Hall and Mrs. Lois Misses Margaret Putman and Minnie Ella Harris, Thursday of vitltd
would be in uniforms by the end of daylights out of Germany itself, and Green honored Mrs.: Evelyn Perry Roberta Whitfield spent a few last week. mother, Mrs. Waters, la.t 1

this year. have made it possible for Sweden to stop I with a shower Thursday afternoonof days last week with Mrs. Roy Rev. Hogarth of Palatka filled First Class Petty Officer!

While this is the greatest war of all Hitler's force from carrying on their traf- last week. Quite a few were Fisher in Worthington Springs. his regular appointment at the Hazen G. W. Hazen and wife of Tampa\

fic between and the German lines. present to enjoy the occasion and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and children Baptist Church Sunday morningand Saturday.
times in which efforts being sparedto
no are 'Mrs. Perry received some lovely"little" Jane and Henry, will go night. Mrs. A. E. McKinney J jl
win, there seems to be nothing in the The man who looks at the map of the gifts. After admiring Wednesday to Jacksonville Beach Gainesville visited relallveilurday.

records up-to-date to show that the United world on the walls of an office in Wash- them Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Green to be guests of Mrs. Rlcharde's BROOKERBy .

States will actually use more than a frac- ington finds it difficult, to :understand the served delicious refreshments.Miss !' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Minnie Lou Hazen Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hal
who have rented a cottage there. Starke visited relatives 1 hen
tion of its present 7,500,000 man army. The criticism that comes out of Russia. Madge Gay of Jackson- urday.
ville spent the week-end herewith Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
American and Britsh forces took North Meanwhile the war goes on. It is per- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry and Betty Bouvier 'and Mrs. W. C. Rimes and Mn. Friends of Bonnie Mott I\

Africa with less than 200,000 men and have fectly clear, as it has been at all times, that O. D. Gay. Cecil McRae visited, at McIntosh Lloyd Barry entertained their glad to know that she U >
the Atlantic Charter the Thursday of last week. Andre Sunday School classes Junior A nicely after having her app
operated in SicUy'andtaly with about 225- representing prin- Mr.; and Mrs M. L. Watterson
McRae returned with them for a and B with a picnic and swimming removed at the Alachua Cl
000 men. Speaker Rayburn says our total ciples of government as understood by the and daughter, Hardene, were In two-weeks' visit. party at Hampton Beach Hospital.Mr .

force abroad totals two million men. Japan President of the United States and the Gainesville Monday. Miss Sara Emma Crews Is Wednesday. After a' delightful and Mrs. Getzen Park

Pacific. 'Prime Minister of Great Britain Mrs. Fred Eiland and children Miss Alice Ann swim a picnic lunch was served. nounce the arrival of a bib.
had 300,000 men in the Neitherthe never returned to their home here aftera visiting Mills In
About thirty-five enjoyed this Friday, Aug. 13, at home, :&I t
Germans the Russians have used gained the approval of Russia few months' In Brunswick -
nor any more stay party. The following were chaperones I and baby reported doing uJ
11,000,000 men. than the common doctrines of Russia will Ga., where Mr. Eiland is Willa Jean Malone has : Mrs. L. A. Parker, Mrs.
engaged in defense work gone to visit her cousin, Miss
It is not at all surprising that there is ever be accepted by Britain and our country. Mary Dill Webb, at Lake Wales. W. O. Rimes Mrs. Lloyd Barry,
Alvin of the Coast Guard
Wynn and Mrs. L. O. Hazen.
strong public disapproval of the Manpower The fact is the English speaking peOple spent the week-end here with his Mrs. Durwood Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Croft and BACK !Ui

order to draft fathers. and the Russians and Chinese don't be- parents, Mr. and Mrs C. C. children were called home because children of Kentucky are visiting YOUR BC

lieve in the and social the- Wynn. of Illness of Mr. Williams. relatives here. i
Some of our Senators have insisted that same political baser.peyr.lha.
Mrs. J..L. Williams accompaniedthem t
there is a lack of consistency in the Manpower ories. Mrs. J. Coleman and daugh. home for a visit of several Mrs. Horace Martin who has
tel', Joyce,, spent the past weekat
Commission, of which Paul V. Mc- All this ought not to obscure the fact Winter Haven. weeks. been visiting her husband, Pvt. b yaw fish

Nutt is Chairman, and the nation at largeis that the United States, Britain, Russia, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. Mrs. W. N. North returned Fri- Horace :Martin, In Tennessee re-

backing up proposals, for the establish- China and the rest of us 'are all fightingthe C. L. May were shopping la day Miss from Caroline Raleigh Bradley, N. C., returning -
Gainesville Tuesday of last week.
+ ment of a reasonable ovei-all policy on man- same enemies. There is no difference of Miss Ernestine Morris, who has from a visit with her sister, FUNERAL DIRECTOR

power and allocatIonsrafhls' indicated a pose.' opinion on that score.:' Inasmuch as we spent most ,of the summer here Mrs. Vance Geiger, in Jacksonville :My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to U.

sibility that the pre-war fathers will not be agree about the war it seems reasonableto with her grandparents Mr.? and was accompanied home, by EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mrs B. Y. Saxdn, left Monday fd/ Bradley Geiger, her nephew.i MODERATE PRICES -
called in 1943. hope and expect that after victory has Orlando where she will visit ,relatives Misses Betty McRae and DeWITT C. JONES

Besides you might just as well make up been won the victories of peace will also be before returning to her Juanlta Ursery o f Gainesville Starke. Florida-

your mind that the chances are far more won. When we think "How about Russia"we home at Everglades. were week-end guests of Mrs.C. .
Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh of Jacksonville A. McRae at McIntosh. ..
than even that there will not be enough must be broad-minded enough to ack- arrived Thursday to spenda Col. and Mrs. R. C. Turck and '

Axis enemies left on the firing line in nowledge that the Russians have gone far- two-weeks' vacation with her daughter, Eleanor, 0 f Neptune

Europe or anywhere in the world to call for ther than the rest of us in the great strug- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L: D El Beach were Sunday guests o f Prompt Service Careful Drive
land. their brother-in-law and sister x
increase in the size of to crush Hitlerism it exists
armies gle
an present throughout
our as Mr. and Mrs. J. J., Chason and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins
J and other military forces. The enemy is on the world. We should be able to play son, Billy, Misses Anita Hell and Miss Margaret Stringfellow Is
Starke Taxi
the run, even in the Pacific, from which ball with them in future years. Leila Mae Brown were shoppingIn visiting her aunt, Mrs. K. W. Servic
Palatka Saturday. Parks, at West Palm Beach for
i -- Eugene Chason of the CoastGuard the remainder of the summer. *
PINE LEVELBy spent Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone Phone 150 .

l9 r' UNCLE Mrs. H. M. McRae hero were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. I. L Paschal in Lake City
Rev. W. E, Hall of Green Cove Office supplies of all kinds for W. H. Maxwell was a week-end Day Nig
JOE'SJ Springs filled his. regular appointment ale at The Bradford County guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins -
at Pine Level Church Telegraph. ,
Sunday morning and evening. -
Misses Betty Connor and Margie

Crawford of Jacksonville and Mrs. .
y *j By J. L. UARRCLLi Iris McRae of Lake Butler were Have a"Coke"=: Aloha No
y week-end guests of Miss Odessa

I suppose, by this time, old 'way up yander -" I McRae.Mr. (WELCOME, FRIEND)
,.. Hitler has found out that he'sbit Suddenly he began to cough, and Mrs. O. R. Alvarz and

':" off more'n he can chew, ,and gag and sputter like an old lady family were dinner guests of :Mr.
I'm just wondering what excuse taking a dose of salts. After a and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday.

c he'll give the German people. while he finally caught ,his breath Mrs. Nancy Hodge of Lakeland .r i
Seems, though that he's good at and grumbled: "I 'dare foe de Is visiting friends here this week. I

i! making excuses for h I s short La wd. Effen I hadn't had my We are sorry to. report the
i: comings. In fact, he makes me mouth wide open, it'ud went rightin illness of Mrs. Inez Kelly who
think of the old negro preacher's my face!" was carried to Glendale Hospital I Ii
P excuse when an acron dropped In In Palatka Monday. '

his mouth one night II Duce out-genera lied the Prayer meeting at the church

,t. The Parson and his head deacon Ethlopes, Saturday evening was well at .. 4'-f
went out late one Saturday to get With the Greeks he did as well; tended. The service was led by
r. a couple of chickens for their But when Uncle Sam became James Smith, of Camp Blanding.

:1. Sunday dinner. They found ai high sheriff Mrs Robert Myrlck left Wed-
# few that were roostln way up in I He resigned and ran like hell! nesday night for a visit with her

;' a tall oak tree just behind the Hitler conquered'little Poland. husband at Jackson, Miss. --
; # barn of their white neighbor. The _
:And stole all of Belgium's Mrs. Sust*, Locke of Lake
:. Parson was old an d couldn't wealth
Geneva was vlsltlng Mrs. H. M.
"" climb very good, so the deacon But when he saw Uncle Sam McRae Thursday afternoon. '
shinnied up the tree, caught and a-comln', "
Rev. W. E. Hall was a dinner
passed down a big. fat hen and He resigned on. 'account, of his guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.' M.
aid, "Parson, that's for me. Now health
Crosby Sunday.
you pick out one, to suit yourselfand Now Tojo's' the next on the Owen W. McRae has been transferred -
I'll get Jt for you." ticket from Camp Peary Wil-
The Parson, being old, couldn'tsee He'd best his cards mighty
liamsburg, Va., to D a v I s v tile, A
so very well but he' reared well,
Rhode Island. His new address \Is;
back looked straight up over hla Or Uncle will give him a mule- Owen William McRae. Cox.
head, pointed with_ one finger ,and kick 114th Battalion Hedq. Co. A. B. li F nBBnBsKSBWKEs *''*'*

-said. : But Just where, I'd better not N. C. T.: C. Davlsvllle, R. I. "Coke" CocaColaIr
-. "See that great big red rooster tell! Mrs. W R Alford has returned : -
e names M
home after pending: several natural for popular

GRAHAM and daughter, Selma left Fridayto weeks in Jacksonville. s acquire friendly abbreviations..,"H1

By Mr. Eva. Strickland spend a few days visiting relatives Mrs. Ellen Lowe and little son why you hear Can-Coin pile?! 'IMoca -
Bobby spent part of last weekIn
Lakeland.Rev. .
Mr.. and Mrs. Leroy Waadln Jacksonville with relatives.
of, Live Oak were visiting, rela- W C. Burton was a busi- e or how to be at home in Hawaii

ness visitor to Waldo Saturday.
tives here Wednesday of last Hampton Happenings
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and By Barbara Home
week.Mr. There are two to a friend In Hawaii.
ways greet Aloba
No /
and' Mrs. George Rivers children spent the week-end with BIRTHDAY PARTY says the /

and daughter Selma, and Miss Mr and Mrs Frank Reynolds of Mrs. M. C. Sweeney entertained native, a nd Havt a "Cokf, says the sailor. Both expressions carry the I li
Louise Strickland In
were visiting (
Reddlck. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock same note of welcome and affection. From Honolulu
Ralford Thursday night of last Ruf ps Jones and son-in-law and honoring her youngest daughter, ,to Hertford

week.Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Connie, who celebrated her fourth Coca-Cola: has become the symbol ottbp ttut that nJru.hu-d1e
L. C. Smith left Friday birthday anniversary. Kt9fclous
e,. for Tampa to spend a few weeks Weaver and children of Tampa Sixteen little guests were present introduction between kindly-minded strangers. '
with relatives. spent the week-end with Mr. and .
to enjoy the happy occasion

Mrs. A. E. Ward spent a few Mrs. Carl Jones with Connie, Including Sue Dun- 'OTTtIO UHOIS AUTNOIITV O* THI COCA-COl -the global
days with relatives I n Gaines- Mr. and Mrs R. S, Wasdln can of Gainesville, Mary Kather- COMPANY IT

ville. were business visitors to Jack- Ine Wadsworth. Audrey Faye Cor- STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING high-sign
Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers sonville Saturday. nelloua, Billy Haaen. John, Lee COMPANY

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: ICIHC1 IT rOl'HT. ANDFOHO the qualified voter on Tuesday Allen Harrell Box 298, Lumberton arty under the said certificate InHii Order In next four weekly Inxnei.Wltneira : .
IRM NEWS SECTION I II Ionse1lse COI STy, FI.UHllltl II ':11"". September 14. 1943. for the nurpon' N. C. _d was In the name of KlluH my hand and official.
I IEHY.Loralne. of electing the following officer*: You are required to appear nnSeptember Moore. teal at Htarke, Florida, this August
One Mayor B. 1943, In e above Unless laid certificate shall be redeemed 3. 194S.OFFICIAL
Rhoden Plaintiff I ,
vn. J.
u..h HEAL A. ThomaMAM
Two AldermenOne named Court and wherein according I to law the property ( )
JoHpnh No 2023.HhuUen, Defendant. Care Clerk, Treasurer Tax A....... plaintiff ......k. divorce. Bradford described therein I will be voidto Clerk of said Court.
Hints For The Nor and Tax Collector County Telegraph anal publish thin the hl I it hen bidder at the courthouse Walter C. Ilardesty. Daytona ResehFlorida ,
OHHKR OP f>I' LH'-\TI0S One tdarshallinspector.! Order In next tour weekly tn.uea.WltnenN door on the first :Monday, In Ally, for Plf. 84t 827IN
Household NOTICE- TO AFPKAK official he month of September 1941 which -
STATE hand and
. whose U tlll to: Joseph '* of Raid. election 'J. L. seal at Starke my FlorlUtt. thin AUKUHtS. I* the 8th, day of Heptembwr, 1943 .'Inl'1'fr'ol'n'r. IIR tlFOltl.1'111''r .
Peek P. S. F.
Denmark A.
Rhnilen. residence In. unknown It. A. Newitome, and loon L. Hoover.Soott. l!!f3.OFJo'ICIAL. 7k ted this 4th day of August Y. PM>KIU'I IX llltlr'HV. : -
FACTS In t SEAL) A. J. ThnrnanA 1943.OFFICIAL. < .
1 hereuntoulmorlbe
testimony whereof
[ GARDENS You are required : Clerk of mild Court ( BEAD Thomas Maude Cannon, Plaintiff V*, Marvin
thous- Oven canning has dis September: 8, 1943, to t Aeeabovel'named 'I ......lot the my Raid name town and to faun be hereunto the.. T. Frank Liuidrum lark.. Florida, Clerk of Circuit ourt.oi' lradfordCounty ; i Cannon, Defendant- Case N'o 2426.ORDER .
inrv by the many Court and cause. whrrelnplaintiff t 12th day of Atty. for Plf. 11-8" 8-27 I IIO'f..l Florida. 11-8 4t 8-27 OF PUBLICATIONAND :
*Backyards, on vacant loti.and'in advantages. While It may be used seeks dlvn..'.... Bradford ) August. A..edD.tN 3.the NOTICE TO APPEARSTATK
County Telegraph shall 'publish thlj V! OF ,PPl.ll'T11/11 OF FLORIDA: Marvin
J almost! Bother for berries, wild plums, another Order In next four weekly I IMNUes.l OFFICIAL, SEAL) lobs T"X IIKKII IN 'nU'I'I'r cot H'r. miI>K >MII Cannon, whoa residence In un-
spring added small fruit, larger fruits Wltnenn my hnnd and official U A. CANOVA, Mayor.Attest ('rna.e Hill ><>.. !...U .'111'r\'. FI.t11111.t/ tll\N- known. 1
: pace this Heal at ntarke' Florida thin Au- ; NOTK'K IS 1IKRKHY 1IVKN. l'KHl': You are required to appear on
tons of food to the like pears and peaches turn dark. rust 4, 1943.OFFICIAL c-AKfj JOHNS That 11. L* Lee holder of Tax 'er- Vincent Melchlone! Plaintiff, vs. September 6. 1941 In the above
edl of civiliansnone In a Another disadvantage is that some ( SEAL) A J. Thomai City Clerk. S-1I ttS tlth'at.00.- IIUI.MU..d the 7th day I Anna Melchlone.I Defendant.: Cane. named Court and cause, wherein
available to A. Clerk of Maid ('ntltt. of July r>. \193x. has filed 'same I No. 2M7.URDER<< plaintiff seeks divorce and reHtoratlttn -
were too of the liquid bubbles out of the W.' C. Mlnger JIacclenny, Florida; iv' "U""IT rnrnr. HHUIFOHIIfOINri In my nt'r'lc and nan made application OF PfRLICATTOM:- of Maiden name, V* *adf"rd ,
supplies Atty. for for tax deed to be Urniedthereon. ,' ASP NOTICE TO AI-PKXR' County Telegraph shall publish thlaoidr
he" hun- Jars and wastes leaving a vacant Plf. 8-9 4t 827OTICR ', FI.OHII.tl 1> IMANKHV. a r
Hundred upon (' Said certificate. embrace, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.Anna In next four weekly Issues.tVltnss. .
to the space at the top of the Jar. Canning the following described property In Melchlone, I MIS 67th Street I( mv hand and officialseal .
of people' yielded In the \ OF .:I..CTIO" 1rwr.: Harrell. Plaintiff I vs. the County of Bradford, State of Brooklyn. New York. at Stirke' Florida. thin Au- I {
baking takes
the dirt and proh0eISeg oven I, I>. A. Cannva. Mayor of Starke, Allen I4arrelj, Defendant.Crane Florida, to-wlt! You' are "- on gust e. 1943ItFFiCIAi. .
and their famUle much more time than the water Florida, by virtue of the authority No. 2622. CIO of SW, Sec. :3 t5 Twp. a 8. September l.'Wrdo I above I SEAL' ) A. J, Thnmaa
bath: To vested In me by law, do herebyrail OR1>KR OP PtTBLIfATlON H. 22 E., containing 40 acres, more named Court and cause, wherein I An Clerk of said Court
fine fresh food. process auccessfully.the an election to be held at the AND NOTIOH- TO APPEAR or lei.. t plaintiff eeeka divorce. XrailfordCounty 1 William I FV Morgan, Jacksnnvillo.Florida. I
? not be Jars must remain In the oven City Hall In the aforesaid. town by STATE OF KLOHIDA to: Myrtle The assessment of the said prop : Telegraph shall publish this : Atty. for Plf. 8-6 4t /-2lThVAXI
gardening urge one and half
!In the fall as 1 it one times longer ---
strong for than In boiling water. It Is, therefore
but the
the spring, more costly of ':.::at than
be more acute
probablY will either water bath canning or can

Inter'sat few than months.It was Reports during ning Is not In as a good pressure a conductor cooker. Air of ) 10 %
indicate thatr ot nothingJM of

Washington percentages of the by foods our air heat in as the water oven or does steam.not heat So the the $ stops you stop

be required
ced will Jars of food a a efficiently as .. Nt .' -'. ,
and navy, our allies and boiling water. -- -. ... y
ltred the countries people at home. Oven canning is not safe for !' ,- '- ., L..Irl -. 'e 'I. 1 kt.:

or non-acid vegetables, and that I .. r1 ,\
victory garden !:
urgently means almost all toma I If : ."
wlnte'r will be need- except :'..
and I
jll toes. When used for non-acid !
never before. vegetables Is has proven to be not I '" ,,, t ..
of vegetable e
Ire a number be in then only distinctly, unsafe but very )r-r "'.oS:: 1 1 e .
which can grown
dangerous. Cases are on record y '
during the cooler months where portions of the stove Itself t I
begin by the .
plantings were blown apart and the house \ u (
!'t of August I n northern wife severely burned. or scalded. ."...' ., i
da and continue to next April I .
Too home I ....e s I -
many canners have -- : J 1\
\ .
ay. the mistaken idea that Jars of I- -- .' 1 1I
jnty and home demonstra- food heated In a baking oven attain J 4 ; l'i 1t
available copies 'tTetff dm you boon the.uaMiM of your pejr th**yeaOM II slip tmtlen late tb rtBeiof oez Gi.el. o '
irculars agents have and bulletins which the same temperature as the I lltao War' Hoodi .* -__;r*---* I, I 2-'Yoe 7Lse ., / '- a I.3 You help to Mug the nappy" day lob wit will ewl. ladJiiloa :
oven Itself. This is a very serious t I :
I .
enable the amateur gardener and dangerous mistake. The I '

reed if he follows direc- fact Is the contents of the Jars L .I
The Agricultural Extension only reach the temperature of r 1 \ __0:' 4'-' "- ,. ,. I

ce In Gainesville has printed boiling water 212 degrees Fahrenheit \ ." ti H

circulars which were and widely will regardless of oven tempera t e' II 'r jfl jJ a $
by spring gardeners ture. This is because as soon as V
urt as satisfactory for fall the Jars boil, the steam formed ; \ I V

riteri, One deals with plant- forces Its way out from beneaththe a ,.
Btei and kinds of vegetables lid. Consequently the temperature I

bcr with inaect control and cannot exceed that of \ \

third with disease control. boiling water at sea level. If

Circular 63: which contains the Jar Is sealed to keep the 1 1 '' "

log charts for home gardens steam in, either the Jar or seal I <-> I 'i
F. $. Jamison recommends breaks. If tin cans are used, the i I
toll], cabbage, car rots, col- steam inside will burst the seamsor ,

i, lettuce, onions, garden peasturnips swell the cans. Never use W i .. .

for fall and winter cans In an oven. 4 us.eolb.e sacbot se the pticH of the |<*a.4iMtl 5. _,make deed.....you'll, Mar money for the iblngi you' 6 You and pick which the world'* oatti back laeenmeai 14 for every-tbeolutirf IS ..h..etfe the,
uctlon by the average victoryner. of 212; one pays you
I .. ,
While a temperature o.c.
=* mt
10 buy todij. Lad r i?* an boy ttMnormvr. Bond ..ld.. ,
There are other vege- degrees is sufficient for acid > -4 .. miture. I' "i

o of course, which can be foods, providing the oven 1 Is :
'. during this season by equipped with an accurate temperature

B wishing to make, more ex- control, it la 'never safe FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELF
plantings for non-acid vegetables or meats.
litre Is no reason in the world The water bath method Is very;

anyone In Florida should goLiy satisfactory to use for processing I '.I Aro lending all can?
if he will, only use the all berries fruits, and tomatoes I you you I ;

about him for the productionrfelablea ,, and generally easily obtain I \'
i and other foods able' and of little cost. A lard A Ty7TrrI1 .. Weren't there a few dollars in your last (

pallR.,,wash boiler or any deep ,j. I pay envelope that could have gone into !

By Mrs.RISING Eddie Norman cover container to confine with the a tight steam fitting maybe ..... t 1 -i-" \ J J i War Bonds-but didn't? Get out your i :

used. A wire or wooden rackIs ... pencil right now-use the forms below ,
(obert Norman of Jackson- needed to hold Jars off the You help ,*protpefeui America after Ton get the ......lIeu feailag la the world? The wimO '
guarantee I ttfong ;
I It visiting his mother, Mrs. bottom. A Jar lifter Is convenient I1 7 the V r,with a good Job for jrourtflf.everybody el e. 8 proud feeling dial cora> from knowing that, whto your as a guide-and see if you can't j "

Norman, and brother, Ed- almost a nee e salty for 4_.And Ian,but not less .".r' ...". .coomry silted your help,,.you toed. ..the.. mark the percentage you're putting aside for f ; ,
iNorman section. containers. .ea
In this handling the hot .. .TTI- Samnd I
foe Norman was vlsl ting ,_ ate, *IJ-.I HJUliC yourself- f fI .

fia In Jacksonville last week- Old Age Payments FO :_ ....... k ,

Total $55,575Bradford ,,, f'p Mlaf ,t't.
Ir. and Mrs. Dick RobinsonMrs. t. ,
Rachel 0 r e e n 0 f recipients received -

per were visiting Eddie Nor- $55,575: County in old-age assistance N t M $( )J What comes in j.
i and son, Herbert and Mr. during the fiscal year ending

fie I ft.Mrs.,Norman and Thurman Mrs and Thurman Jones son, recently.Herbert Jones,; year July$: 1 according,'1943 received, an to Increase announcement the over previous the50,871.b0 I r !: S $ ,t g'}' sLe41ry Wlt $(( : )) What goes out )', j p

oed the Coca-Cola plant pic- bythe State Welfare Board. I f.A s s s _
3unday; r areas
| As of June, this year there were ,. MarfN
.Jdle Norman and Mrs. Thur. 304 recipients of old-age assistance s For U. S. ',
Jones attended the cemetery in the county. There'was' a : r /
king at Conner Cemetery last slight decrease In the number of s Leaves $ WAR BONDSYOU'VE :

f''y, A good crowd attended recipients the state over.'because. !
Corking Increased Income resulting from : /
of :
ria'dg of Mrs. Emery Lewis Increased employment incident to 1. coy

b* glad to know that she is war work. 'I F
( l t b be up again after a seri- Amount of grants paid to Bradford --
lines*. County recipients of Aid to .

the Blind and Aid to Dependent

V Bond Sales Children for the last fiscal year

*lily tat short Issue bond$41112.50 of value sales Bradford, totaled which County's Is Ul,a- I were 803.00.Aid Aid: to to recipients 12.Dependent the Blind 30:Children$2.627.00(families$10-recipients ).- DONE-YOUR BIINOW DO YOUR BEST J I Iav

tl' ,for the month. This amount I Public assistance disbursementsin -
fiscal H .. .II' .. .
the year
not Include stamp sales of cash grants for .
.2:1:, which do not count on I ending July 1 were $9,081,17000 1

i l War Bond l quota, since they I the largest for anyone launched year since in .WHT.WUR BOND BUYING.TNROU8H THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN

"... converted Into bonds the program w a a

'r I 1.1937, ,
quota for August Is $39,. 3
00 Issue value. Then ta Sep. Constitution Exam 4 .

btr Starke and Bradford 4 America's- all-out war effort byFRANK'S
tmy must help the U. S. Covent Offered Sept. This advertisement 2s a contribution
sell ieooo.oooooo worth the Constitution
kaade.. In the Third War Loan I An examination of the United on States will \ FOODS W. N. (BILL) CARNASION SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE
will be some job I b e held at two o'clock on Saturday BEER
everything wOrth while re- : afternoon, September 4, under

ret effort and sacrifice!IO' :the direction in each of the of county the following superintendent STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING P. S. STORES H. C. WALL AGENCY, Insurance V

centers: Gainesville Panama COMPANY SAM ROSENBERG & SONJACOBS' ;

City Miami Jacksonville, Pen- BARKSDALE'S STORE

sacola Sebrlag, Tampa Marianna West, BLANDING CENTER, Inc. DRY GOODS STORE "We Clothe The Family"THE
Ft. Myers, Tallahassee. Key

,West Pierce,Palm Sarasota Beach, Sanford, Bartow Bush-Ft. H. E. TUCKER ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP. OLSON'SCOMMERCIAL

nell Funlak Live Springs.Oak, DeLand, and De- KOCH DRUG STORE Across From Park Theatre REFRIGERATIONBEN .

I Individuals desiring to take this ROGER'S JEWELRY & ARMY
I examination should report the SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE STARKE !BEAUTY SHOP .''
office of the county superintendent LINNIC FOttO McCULLEY, Mgr.
in any one of the centers JORDAN'S BAR

'" : mentioned above at approximately EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY
eyes botJ.tr: l let afternoon -
you '
eaalnsna 1:30: o'clock on DRINK STAND SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON
them l and Rt you 4, 1943. BARNEY'S DRESS
rlth", ,
9i/ilc3 if you n.ed thu... EDWARDS SERVICE STATION
"ears expertence.Holidays Ninety-six cents rot .fevery CARL JOHNS VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES

Sunday, by.ppolntntnt.V .. doltor goes for Warespeudlsres. MAIN MILITARY DISTRIBUTO}

'ILIPHONE sss *-*- The other toot W. T. JACKSON & W. S. KUTER THE STAG

,!/ !* Theatre Build.ntIC I-a'J aoversmeD cents goes for* THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP

f tvf? ""*Mor e Streets jggSSS&HSk expenses "as'i' 1!

1 1 For Frtfdou'.. Salt osuau-


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On The Other Side". has been a great deal of help In to both by this
of tbe bride's cousins, "Honey
two IhaDksgJYIJJ
I' were further on, she might look assisting Mrs. Lansing In directing vice at his home I
SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Earl Johnson of Starke, who A little ,Choir.In .
"Puddin' On We
was a bridesmaid, and Major up and see, our home, 1
-------------- Harold C. Wall of Starke and Other Side" By this time addition to numbers by the Ingway said, "and we ?f'
St. Augustine, who was an usher she begins to believe in sign Choir, the program will Include It again by the help have1

Bell Employes College Students Coca-Cola Force The bride entered the church and Is pleased to read, "Baby; vocal solos by Cpl. George and Lord and good people Of the :

Picnic Foods On Other Side" But violin solos' by Mrs. Lansing. Miss the evening of And
Leave Soon Enjoys S. T, August
Will with her brother, Major *
Enjoy PartyWednesday the male of the species Is by no Evelyn Stump and Miss Jean fling at 8:45.: : we io
NightThe Among those of the "younger At Gold Head Dell Jr., by whom She she was was lovely givenin in means neglected, and here and Davis will also have solo parts, a thanksgiving and Want praise b

who are definitely marriage. there are signs with his Instruc- accompanied by the choir. Mrs. I.and we want all Of Be
generation" of the Starke of our
The annual picnic her gossamer
wedding gown frt
68 Southern Bell operatorsof or are most likely to tions: "Pickles On The OtheSide" E. M. Davis will accompany the and neighbors to
planning Coca-Cola Bottling Co., was held sheer rayon organdie, posed over come and
Starke and the 35: at Camp fall : Miss "Mustard And Vinegar On group.
this are Jolce with
enter college at Gold Head Branch State Park chiffon taffeta. The s h 1 r red us. Be SUre ,to I
Blanding had a Joint party Wed Jewell Powell, Elton Powell and The Other Side," "Dog Food On Members of the c h o'l rare: L. O. eo
68 In a
last Sunday, with persona bodice was distinguished by Hemingway
at the Starke Arm- Florida Side" Durshl- and fami. _
nesday night Miss Shirley Colley to The Other Evelyn Stump, Virginia :
attendance. They had a flab fry, high waist line, sweetheart neck,
of the -
While all members Miss Ida Louise Durshimer
Lakeland ,
ory. at ; Mary
Southern mer,
with fish sleeves
and the were
along and three-quarter length
/ armed forces were welcome, the Clarice Thomas, Marian McRae Dr. W. E. Mlddleton
Lou Davis, Miss Fred Guy's Coca-Cola cohortsare Vivian McRae, ,
served cole slaw, "hush puppies", finished with ruffles of lace. The Marjorie Sue y
boys from the Keystone Army Grlder and Miss Louise Stern Josephine Middleton
Miss Marjorie pickles, olives and "the pause bouffant skirt was etched with spreading some ugly rumorsto Betty McRae, Wanda 8I1d1l
Air Field, and the personnel directly Eva Faye Gainey to FSWC at the effect that his erratic :Johns Hazel Fields, Jean Pearce are spen<
refreshes"The t
" that delicate Val lace ruffling and terminated
under ,Captain, Blythe in Tallahassee; Miss Nina Bishop to feature attraction of the In a sweeping train. Her pitching gave the Tom' Cats an Davis; Merry Beth Knight, Mary week at Dr. Middleton'. tan)
the Army Signal Corps from at Macon, Ga.; Miss Cats at! Georgia
Wesleyan day was a ball game played be- veil or real silk bridal illusion easy win over the Wild. Alice Yarbrough, Fay Yarbrough
Camp Blanding, were the speci- Bobble Cameron to the Universityof at Thomson Carolyn Ed-
tween the "Wild Cats" and the extended beyond the length of her the Company's picnic Marjorie ,
ally invited guests.A "Voice ofVictory" Georgia at Athens; and Douglas "Tom Cats"-two opposing teams train and fell from a tiara of Gold Head Branch Sunday wards and Alice Lansing, director .
motion picture, Hazen to the University of It isn't so, Fred Hear I
shown at the USO composed .of e m p loyes of the orange blossoms. She carried a Say
was .,. '
Florida. Mat- **Ml
M. Company. "Due to the exceptional bouquet of orchids, roses and two-year-old Mary Agnes
: P.
2 2.45 ,
and(YMCA,again) from from 9 to to 9.45:: : P.. M., Four of our boys have "been"in playing ability of the 'Tom Cats', brevardla.Mrs. I thews, on her first visit to the L. G. HemingwaysTo Back Hiiris*
college-they had no summer :Mose Freyermutb. beach last week-end, mistook the
The service captained by Johnson and other attendants
the Starke Armory. Be Hosts
at the vacation, but have been there all the Tom Cats won by a score I models of tall lifeguard stands for "big And Your Strength ni
men were invited to see summer, and will remain for the of 38 to 29," V. W. Howard, I wore portrait high chairs" and wanted to eat At Housewarming Energy I* Below Par
of the picture, Immediately white silk lace and misty starched
last showing
fall term. They are J. E. Denmark local manager of the Coca-Cola breakfast in one of them the next It may be eauanl by !...*
the head-dresses pirmlti
after which party ninon. They wore nay function that
"Sonny" Haynes and Co., stated yesterday. The TomCats of braid cascaded with morning Mae Slsson tells the Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Heming- waat to aeeumulat.. For i truly
began. George Flynn, who are taking a Neapolitan following little Incident about her who lost their home by fire' people fad tlrad, weak sod
won a prize. way ....
The dance was under the supervision white hyacinths and carried fans .D tha kidneys fall to ..ooneida .
Edith Cameron, pre-dental course at Emory Junior Guests of honor at the picnic illusion decorated with brief stay in Riverside Hospital several months ago and have Just and othar wait nutterttnu-
of Mrs of
College at Oxford, Ga., and were F. E. Snell, Jr., General green I this week: "When I arrived Sunday moved Into their attractive new blood.You
and Mrs Ann may auff.r m.
Chief-Operator, asters and clematis.For g n, I be
well attended Tommie Ritch, who is in Medical Manager of the Florida Coca Cola I I was so blue and maybe a concrete block residence on the rh.umatla palm h.adachM, trattlnc

Poyner,and hostess.enjoyed It by was all. School at Emory University, Atlanta Bottling Co., and his family, from her daughter's wedding,, wee bit frightened that I lay in same location-corner Thompsonand BomaaniM. up fr.qu.nt night.': kg and. ,Kanty inat ik
Ga. Jacksonville. Mrs. S. T. 'Dell chose a floral my bed with Wg tears rolling South streets-plan a "house- ttoo with amartlni and bunnntl. ;

sheer on aqua ground, with which down my cheeks. 'After a whilea warming" and "thanksgiving ser tba otbw kidnnra algn that op bladder.lom.tb,.,la"R*IT.

Daisy Fowler Dinner.HonoringNew Miss Olive Dell I she wore an orchid corsage. pretty little nurse came in the I vice" there next Thursday night, tnatmant Thar*.ahould la' wiper ba no than doubt that n

Circle MetThe Immediately following the cere- room with brown eyes and a 8:43 Doo,,'. ftU. It 'la bet...txtbK to .
Club MembersThe Becomes Bride mony, a reception was held in sweet smile-she looked Just like August 26. at : nadlcln that baa won aountnproval nd/"'

Daisy Fowler Circle of the MoredockOf Fellowship Hall of the Methodist an angel from Heaven. She started Because of the assistance received known.than Voan on.10.aom.tblnf.. bHn tried l_I In 11I4eel
Junior Woman's Club Of
Baptist W. M U. met at the Capt. Church and 'among those assisting right off trying to cheer me from the "Lord and the many..7-..... AN. at all ttrui..
Wednesday evening of last week, Get D. today.DOAN
home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson, of Interest to a large numberof with hospitalities were: Mrs. up and when we found out that good people of Starke" in rebuilding -
tbe home
6:30 went to
and at
Jos. E. Wilson Mrs. J. M. Brownlee his home, at a cost, of
with eight members and three and friends and relatives here was we were both from Starke I felt
enjoyed -
Miss Frances
visitors present, one of whom was delicious which the marriage of Miss Olive Dell, Mrs. 'J, W. Brownlee, Mrs better already." The "angel more than $3,000, Mr. Hem'ng-! SPILLS
| a supper
Edward Burns and Miss Joan way feels deeply grateful, and
the president, Mrs. A. E. Light- from Heaven"1 was Marian Dow-
was in honor of the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. 'T.
foot. The devotional was led by members given of the club. Dell of Gainesville, to Capt. Howe Carpenter, all of Starke; Mrs. ling, and the description certainlyfits desires to show his! appreciation r at

Mrs. T. B. Harding, with prayerby Edward M o r edock, Jr., U. S. H. C. -Wall of St. Augustine and her to a "T", I'd say ,
Mrs. LIghtfoot.Mrs After supper the company wentto Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Miss Well, so long for this time '. .
of the Woman's Club Building{: and Elise Jones of Gainesville.
Epperson had charge Moredock of Miami, which took See you in the next .
the program, assisted by Mrs. H. held the regular business meeting I place In the First Methodist Later In" the evening, Capt. Carolyn..
L. Hough.and Mrs. S. E. Sparks.The which was presided over by the Church of Gainesville last Satur- MoredoA: and his bride left for a

program closed with sentence president, Miss Abble Harley. day night at 8:30: o'clock. wedding trip to New York state Presbyterian Choir lOUT Of EVERy 7
After the business session clos-
prayers. The business meeting The bride Is the granddaughterof and upon their return will live
was conducted by Mrs. Alexander, ed, Miss Clara Mae Harley ofLawtey' the late Col. and Mrs. W. T. at Miami Beach where Capt. To Present ProgramAt

leader. Contributions amountingto entertained with several Weeks and Is the niece of Mrs. Moredock Is stationed.Mrs. Church CenterAfter

$15: were made for a missionary delightful piano numbers. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Moredock was graduatedfrom

in China, with the regularoffering Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson and R.' A. the P. K. Yonge Laboratory conducting the vesper .

amounting to $7.43. The Philip ThornCelebrates Weeks, all of Starke.' School In Gainesville and the service at the YMCA-USO last cf7
missions for
work of community BirthdayPhillip The traditional ring ceremonywas Florida State College for Women Sunday afternoon, the choir of
the next month is to built up one I performed by the Rev. HenryW. In Tallahassee, where she was a the First Presbyterian Church has l l t a
School class.
adult Sunday L. Thorn, son of Mr. I Blackburn, pas tor of the member of the Chi Omega national accepted an invitation to conducta

The hostess served delicious and Mrs. Julius L. Thorn,.330 N. I church and stately palms' and sorority. She has a large program at the Presbyterian.-

refreshments, after which the Cherry St., celebrated his 13th I fern formed a background for the number of fry e n d s in Starke, Episcopal Church Service Center

meeting was closed with prayer birthday anniversary Wednesday. I huge center arrangement of where she has frequently visited next Sunday afternoon. The pub.

by Mrs. Sparks. The next meet- Aug. 11, with a dinnertheatreparty. : Easter lilies, asters and gladioli and spent many vacation monthsat lie is Invited to attend and hear

Ing will be held with Mrs. J. H. flanked by unique groupings of the Dell's summer cottage on the ,delightful program that has ,

Lord. Dinner was served at the Thorn gleaming white tapers. Kingsley Lake. been arranged.The toWAR

home, after which the guests Mrs. George S. Waldo, church Capt. Moredock was graduated choir of young )ladles' t>;.BgEt. goes

Choir EntertainedThe went to the Florida Theatre to organist, played a program o f from Lee High In Jacksonvilleand voices will sing selections from .

see "They Came to Blow Up pre-nuptial music and Mrs. Harold from Law College at the Schubert. Weeber and Bach, under
Presbyterian choir sang America." Browning sang "O Promise University of Florida, where he the direction of Mrs. E. E. Lan-

Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. 'Those Invited to be with Phillip Me" and "Because.", During the was a member of the Kappa sing and Cpl. William George.

at the USO, and after the servicethe on this occasion were ,William ceremony Mrs. Waldo softly played Alpha social fraternity. Prior to Cpl. George has been heard'on:
J.: }'I.MItchell's .
members went to Mrs. Smith, Edward Schull, Gerald "0 Perfect Love", and the entering active service in the numerous musical programs |in ::: ::.: r.or.....,'\,

Lake where place they enjoyed 0 n Kingsley a swim Boelter Paul Canova :Sr., Oscar traditional: marches were used for Army he was associated with the Starke during recent months and ;'If; you've been wondering why
Platt and William Dudley: processional and recessional. law firm of Fowler & Givens in ,
by there doesn't seem to be ai much
the party being accompanied
Among the large wedding party Miami.
the Rev. C. H. Allen. After returning I jAXBeer as usual. here are the
to Starke they went to and were treated to refreshmentsof reasons: '" -

the home of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez sandwiches and llme-ade. (, Have You Visited
Government priorities require u to ttt

Carolyn CallstreetWell
Services that's approximately one out

Corner- .. of every seven bottles we produce,

folk I'm still breathless Paul Hudgins has decided to 2 Raw materials limited Jn quantity
over my glimpse of the beau- offer his all to Uncle Sam and U (not in quality) which mean. that we can

STARKE FLA teous wedding of Olive (Little goes to Blanding next week for make only so much JAX and no more.

Ollie, as she used to be- known In the physical Alyce Graham '
these parts) Dell to Capt. Howe and son, handsome Hank, have I 3 The demand for JAX U the greatest in our

kSun Moredock In Gainesville Saturday set up housekeeping in Brunswick, s history because thousand of newcomer

night The bride, of course, Ga., to be near Bill Hear have discovered the excellence of JAX,theDrink

Mon -Tues --- Aug.! 222324in completely surpassed my feeble Dot Bpperion' is responsible for of Friendship! and are demanding it.

efforts," at description, and the another vacant chair in the ,

\ Gt wedding gifts! Never have I faculty of B H S Charlie Thus it happens that sometime '

'COnnorl,1 \V1tO$ Been so many and such fabulousones Hardy says as fast as they fill \' your dealer may tell you he'.

The bridegroom's father 'em up,.someone else drops out out of JAX. When this oc.-uts. ,

O\t NEAtRE f" !is presented the lucky couple with please be patient. He will probably|r\
j U'ON \ two checks-one for $1,000, to have JAX tomorrow if he doetn't

.00 .. ; be. divided equally and used as Surely glad to hear they're '" have it today because we're makIng
r they choose right now, and an- sending Robert Green back to the
other for ",000 to be invested in States Seems It takes more every effort to see that everYone

ar War Bonds! .. In addition to than a little injury to make that has a fair share of golden-

N tphstt'\ hostarsUi \ that, his mother bestowed upon boy down-hearted Here area IF NOT, DO SO tAT mellow JAX. t,

d.kd. them a complete set of flat silver! few excerpts from his last let- I\

Then there were two sets of ter to Grace: "I guess I was a ONCE! So keep on asking for JAX whenever'

china-one Spode, one Wedge- little unlucky, or maybe I should .. your thirst craves satisfying refrethtntnt
wood; a magnificent silver service say I was very lucky. I only and remember, you can't buy better

H. rw rv a handsome radio-phono- got a piece of shrapnel In my Party Napkins beer than JAX at any price.
graph combination, and-well, I left lee, just above tbe ankle. It

could go on forever, but I won't was two days before I got backto SNAPKINSwith

". The only thing I don't envy the hospital, where they op-
the bride is the job of packing erated and took the shrapnel out verse on each one

all those gifts and trying to see and I'm getting along swell . .,
that nothing Is broken! .'. Believe me, It Is nice here. We
1 -' have a radio in our ward and although Coasterswith DEALERS
Curd from the L. A. Davlses the pieces they play are ,

states that they're enjoying the all behind time, they sure sound toast on each ThankI. for the cooperative,
coolness of Aahvllle after "boil- good to me. They are playing
patient spirit have been show
NOR ing, steaming and roasting" in "I've Got .Pocketful of Dreams" you
O'(. Hot Springs .' They expect to right now. Gee, It brings back Spices of All Kindsfor ing. It's the kind of spirit our nation

\1) return to these parts about next lots of good old memories! needs In times like these. We never;

week Things I never knew The electric lights here are a your favorite I. loret'your' troubles for a minute
till now: Pat Lambe is a collector real treat and, believe It or not, cocktail sauces Nt '
of' stuffed animals and character I saw a train yesterday and the "'' and we're doing our best to keep you
dolls ._ Her collection Is really old smoke from the stack smelled t.II' ..' supplied with JAX, The Drink of

worth seeing some time'. Hear so good I couldn't get enoughof Him Bookfor :. ; Friendship
Sonny Peek and Johnnie Chalker, It. .', It really is winter here

1\ ,.\01. two lads who look as .If they had now, and I slept under four girls to keep -0,.t
'.1 rather limited capacity, are put. blankets'.last night. Gee it feels record and rate MIMICSBUY

tt sso" : ting on a fine exhibition of plain great to be cold once more after dateaNovelty

,,., .\. : and fancy eating while campingon being In the tropics for ter
gOB y TMs,\ 'I Grand Lake with ,Jean and months. *. Please tell Mom WAR BONDSN.

o a I Morgan Darby ", .. My favorite the radio Is playing "Mom, I Miss
drug store cowboy Just popped In Your Applie Pie", and there sure Stationery

1ND sad ,v.uro \\ with the one about the moron is a lot of truth in that record.
a1 who went to sleep in the refrigerator ing. Believe .me, when I get Lobby
d because the sign on the back home all I'm going to do Is Knothead Noteheads,

f" ? ,hu nn. !$s5Dieu door said "Wevtinghouae" and he stay home and eat yours and!

Agt N tad M felt like westing Mom's good cooking!" t
--'- New Gifts For All

Sudden Thought Who remembers Shopping In the Tip Top (serve Occasions Arriving DailyCARPENTER'S r

when It was hard to find a yourself) Super Market is largely

LATEST MARCH OF TIME candidate for mayor > Now a matter of signs and Howell

Call Street's buzz In' with' em Nasworthy is so courteous him- a am

Also ; Virginia Darby highly recom- self that even the placards reflect ., .: s QI1G1
; mends a new bubble bath she gallantry to his (female) custo-

tried out totner day Seems mersVhen the shopper

Latest War News 'the effect was so soothing, she looks everywhere for a piece o: The, '-.c.cd1.orul Store I

dozed off and didn't wake: up till merchandise and still can't findIt II .. ,
.r wri.Gs'a1reY.sb
'the water was around her chin the sign_ courteously says I vaawccv..v
X BREWING COMPACT, Jickjooville. Florida






BITS of LOCAL NEWS :Mrs. Joseph Lucas and chll Kathleen Scalan a* to the value of Any properly, NW Cor of NWV4\ of 8WVi.\ thence
dren, David and \ real or personal, aa fixed by the R ceo ft. 8 680 ft to bee u: 1 A on
Mary Sue : City Assessor of Taxes on his N Ida ex: 9-4 A In NE Cor. S.c.t .

Grand Rapids Mich., are guest Lt. and Mrs. J. A: Scanlai assessment roll for the year 1043, Twp. 7 8. H. :21 East, containing
of Mrs. Lucas and for the purpose of perfecting A Acres, more nr Ie.... Name In
of the Petite I Mrs. Clayton B. Stroh cheln. Mrs. Brown mother, ]Mrs announce the birth of a daughter, receiving, and equalising a u o h Which assessed. Mary C. Plllard.
r. j. Dahmer has requested that Frances Parker, and sister. Mrs. a..An1.nt..
t! Au- who has Kathleen, In the Alachua Count] I I Certificate No. 72. Year of Issuance -
P left Wednesday night visiting her par. those having rooms or apartment! Bernice Opperman.Mrs. All pet-nous owning properly cut>> August 4, 1841. Description
*to 3-weeks' visit to ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Peterson for rent please list them with! Hospital. Gainesville /on Sunday, Ject to amieiiimient In the I'lty of of 4O In Sampson
for a left Inez Kelly Is a patient August 15. Before her marriage, iMarke, Florida. are noMflvtl to typ ft PirlYF1k I 4h E'-i' of
jo Grand R PW"'an2 Wednesday afternoon for her at the Center.JUl' appear at such meeting to make 7 R.
: HU i N W't of HWV Nee Twp.
In a Palatka Hospital suffering Mrs.\ Scanlan Miss\ le- :
was Georgli .
such complaints dive such teMI-
will Wash. or
lilac She spend Ephrata where her hus- XI E., containing 2 *, more or
t :Mich. band Is and Mrs J. E. Wilson Mrs with an Infected mouth. Haynes of Starke. mony aa to the value of any property less. Name In which assessed.
her time with her mother. stationed at an Army air J. M. Brownlee, Dr. J. W. Brownlee real or personal aa fixed. Mary C. I'll lard.
l lor base. Mrs. Ruth Rahe, who came to by the City Assessor of
at Cadillac. She expects to off fora Tuxes
atop I being In
Mien. Mr. and All of said property
Earl H.
Eva Johnson C.UtD OP THANKS upon his Assessment Roll aa they
Starke from Little
1 lithe of
Rock..Ark. Stale
visit In Minneapolis Minn. the County of Bradford.
Gresham of Keystone were In Gainesville Saturda may desire.
w Starke visitor where her father is now visiting ; new clinic nurse at the Brad Many\ kind words of l sympathy, llven by the order of the City Florida.
T'wa" a evening attending the marriage ford County Health Unit. She condolence and fell Council of the City of Htarke. this I Unless such certificate or certificate -
Mr. G r e sham :well- relatives. of Miss Olive Dell and Capt. I courage upon 17th day of August, A. ill.. 1943. shall. he redeemed accordingto
day has been with :Mrs. Wm. E. Dowling left Mon- M'oredock. began work Monday filling the i our ears. ; many kind offers o f It CARL JOHNS" Clerk. law the property described In
starke will
l In place left vacant Mrs. Jeat assistance to from relatives such certificate or certificates
by came us -
Sj Shipbuilding Cor- day for San Francisco, Calif., to IN riHrrrr (l'ol'NT IIHAUFORU be Bold to the hl..h..t bidder at
Jones Mrs. D. C. Forehand and daughter Lunt. Mrs. Rahe l Is the wife ol and friends .
Ga. for visit her husband during the re ( 0' MTV, FI.OIIIUAiMarcham Iv t'l1iV- the court house door tin the first
liion at Brunswick. Billy Dowling, Miss\ Peggy Forehand who Corporal Rahe who is stationed ('.:RY. Monday In month of October, 1943.
If he can who Is stationed* cent loss of our brother, And 4th. of October.
12 months. a t Hammer have been vs.W which la the day
of Mrs.
I guests Forehand's wnUefendant''
past Camp Blanding. I
defense work at Field. Thompson. Rev. Cutshaw and mi ice Br Case No, 1843.I .
congenial sisters Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. Vic Moncelll! the former 2638. I Dated thla 19th.. day of August
far Starke he will come back Mrs. D. T. King and daughter, and 'Mrs. T. t Long returned the funeral director, DeWItt C, ORDER OK pruLifATiov:. I 1947.OFFICIAL.
Miss Bernice Sllcox returned tc AND NOTIOFJ TO APPEAR I ( : J. ThomaaClerk
e. Mary Jean, of Tallahassee, and Sunday to their home In Starke from Mississippi. last week Jones, were thoughtful considerate STATIC OF FUrmillA tot Waulre I of ( :I LJourtA of BradfordCounty ;

Young of St.Augustine Mr. and Mxs. James Godbold, of Albany Ga Prown whose residence la Hanctl, Florida 8.20 4t 9-10
age to visit her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs, and performed their service Arkansas

guest of the Rev. Fred Jacksonville, were guests Wednes- Mr. and' Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson J. J. Silcox. well. I n these kindnesses we You are required. to appear onS.pt.nber r.. r r r ..
e day of Mrs. S. S. Dowling and in, 1943, In the ahoy .
ea Mrs. W. S. Stroman. were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox; found untold comfort and solace, named Court and cause, wherein IJO YOU KNOW AI10UTROACHES
Mrs. Morgan Darby who are vacationing plaintiff seek Ivor,'.. Bradford
and Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis particularly In the silent tributeof County Telegraph shall publish
Comer Perryman left Wednes- In the H. V.
Knlgh thin Order In four Issue ?
and little daughter> Brenda, arc next weekly
day night for Atlanta Ga., to report cottage on Grandln Lake. Mr the beauty In flowers. Fo *.
spending a month In the Hal Ed
to the Naval Air Corps for Wilson remained to all these Witness my hind and official roaches "i
spend this wards cottage on Kingsley Lake helping hands and en seal at Htarke, Florida, this 18th When you fight you
duty having been accepted some week with Mr and Mrs. Darby.Mrs. couraging words dav of August' 1943.OFFICIAL try..., to Ret rid of them all, not
we are
Mrs. Mae Sisson returned Wednesday deepl; ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas, ( wii| the few that you can
weeks ago. J. W. Brow nice and hit with pray or dust or that
from Riverside Hospital, grateful. The bereaved father I As Clerk of said Court. accident. 1
walk into a powder by
R. C. Johns and C. V. Ingle- daughters, Julia and Nencle, went K. K. Perryman, ttsrke Florida
Jacksonville, where she went Sun sisters and brotbers. : Atty. tor Plf. 5-So 4t 0.10APPI.14'ATIOVFOR
right have just .completed redecorating to Jacksonville Beach Monday for day for a physical check-up. K' 3 aD
; the kitchen and breakfast a two weeks stay.
.... Illtl Mn.' 1H4IJNOTH'H :
N :Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews
nook In the home of Mr. and !VO'r.CN
Lt. J. A. Scanlan came from IN HBHKI1V GIVEN ROACH KIUJCIlIS
Mrs. K. G. Duncan on North Wal- leave today for Orlando to spend The City Council met In regutueHuloii .. that C. M. MoKlnney the holder of DIFFERENT
Camp Wheeler, Ga., to see hIs! a' two weeks vacation with their August IT, 1043 at Sturke, the following l certificate has filed.
nut Street. little daughter, Kathleen. He 1 1a Is and Florida for the purpose of revlHlnN "..hI certificates. for A tax deed to rtonchea eat It because they
son-in-law and daughter, Dr. the registration book for the Clly be Th. certificate .
of Gainesville ; Issued thereon. Ilk. It. They dry and die
Paul Johnson up
Mrs. guest at the home of his wlfe'lipal'ents.
of Ktarke. The followingnuniea wer : numbers and of the
Mrs. H. B. McLendon. year 1..anc..1 Put K-S-D In little pile or In
Is spending a few days with Dr. and Mrs\ O. L. Hay stricken from the books for th. description of the ". the not tie caps and place It In out
Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown directorof Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefootof reasons atated. The Council will names In which It waa assessedare ..,... place. where It can be
.BSSa.Mr.I Sanderson were guests Monday be In Cession the 24th day of Ati as follows: left aa bait Safe to tI... Non-
the Church Service Center \ and Mrs E. L. Jordan and gust 1943 at K:3U: o'clock f. M., Certificate No. 71 Year. of Ts. poisonous to man and pets
of Gainesville evening of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. to hear complalnta If any and tcreatore suance, August 4, 1941. Pescrlp-
City Manager Mobley son Harold who were week-end Barefoot. any name (hat have beer lion of Property P.et..( at HH Cor 10o and 25o pklC" t r
ONLY and Dr. U. S. Gordon, pas- guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. rrroneounly stricken. of NWVJ of NWt of 8W4 14..... l
THE of Gainesville First Pre Miss Elise Green is spendingtwo Alvarei.. Lucia S. Dead. 4 and run N 96 ,1"Kr".AV T35
tor the Griffin and Mrs.\ Carrie Rltch re weeks in Montgomery. Ala., Hrown, M. F. Dead ft to Sea line, thence N 370 ft to at 1
byterian Church, attended the turned to their home in Oveldc Barton, L. M. Removed.
here Wed as the guest of Sgt. and Mrs. R. (Carpenter D P Dead. Feed
meeting and
EFENSE Rotary Sunday evening.W. W. Reese. Qoodman J. D, Dead. Sistrunk
of last week. Jones I T. Removed. 'to trite IA
nesday *--
H. Allen of G. Halle who Is employedIn ]\f.., and Mrs. Roy Johnson! Jones Mr.. I. T. Removed. "" "- Seed Co.
Chas. pastor
the Camp Blanding poatofflce proprietors of the Blue Tavern, Klnchen E. L. Dead _,.. *
the Presbyterian Church and his "Solomon Removed.Kluppelberyr. IN /DAYS
Kite -
Windstorm .U
against returned home last Fri. returned Friday from a vacation are enjoying a vacation trip to E. H. Removed. STAKKR, FLORIDA
family trip spent with relatives ir In r/oftun, Pete E. Removed. .
for different points Georgia. ..
Insurance to pay day after a 2-weeks' vacation at Manning. C. Dead. X1666Liquid Mfg by Mcriiall Product .I
and North Carolina. of
Georgia Mr and :Mrs. E. O. Garrick MatthewH, Ella Dead.

the damage'! it ctuie West Palm Beach.Holland and Miss Miss Gayle Sewell returned St. Petersburg were here the first Miller. Harry Removed.Miller. T Orlando, Fla. >
Miss Beryl Betty Removed.Mclntyre lot Malarial Symptom
See Ui! Grlder spent last week- home Monday after spending i aweek of the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dead.. I

Marjorie the .In Winter Park attending 1 a L. S. Hutto. Mclt..... Russell Removed __ I
end In Daytona Beach with McKae, Eula: Mae Removed. i
house-party given by Miss Jackie Pfc. Edwin L. Flowers arrivedin Mcfondlchle) H. H. Removed.
former's sister Mrs. Claire St. .
I Charley E. Johns Starke Thursday morning, August McClane, T. K. 8.... Removed. V

Agency Peter.Mr. and Mrs. Asa Johns and Lott.Lt.. and :Mrs. Richard R. *thde, 12, on a 12-day furlough MrClnne.Removed. Mrs Katherine C. H. CLARK SHOE SHOP SIGN

from War rensburg, Mo. Mrs. Fender, W. D. Removed.FlKford. .
Jackie of Jacksonville spent Jr., who have been here and in Dead .
ion, II. O. -
I Phone IS Starke, Fla Sunday with their uncle and Lawtey visiting relatives have Flowers manager resigned of the Southern her position 5 cent as riirkett,, Leila C. It.-- Removed.Rtteb Removed.HafiiMt .. It is the soles of the people I keep in view,
Ren- Carrabelle where Lt
L. A. to
aunt Mr. and gone
N. T. Dead. '
Thede Is stationed. to $1 store last week, left with of the boot and shoe.
THE TRAVELERS! FIRE nolds Thornton. Ellli Removed. For I am the doctor
Hitting him that afternoon. They will Thornton Mm. Ellis. Removed
INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and( Thomas A. W. Dend.
spend part of the time with rel I the living and not the dead
spent Monday In Jacksonville. family and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown Wear, Robert B. Removed. serve
atives In Perry and Madison and Wear Alice N. Removed
... and children form a congenial together will go to Warreneburg.Mr. H. A. BISHOP. With the best of leather, wax and thread. ,
house-party and are spending Chairman City Council

awhile at Kingsley Lake In Mrs. Flowers Is In administrativework Attests I sole and nail it fast t> !I !
EVERY BRANCH OF with the 61st Troop Carrier CARL JOHNS, Clerk.. It can sew on a ,

Brown's cottage. Wing of the Army Air Corps. and make It last. 4
Mrs. W. T. Jackson who has IN rnu-rir roi'nr. nn i)rom> Do a good job
been t visiting her daughters, Mrs SUNNY BROOK FARMBy ('KIIV.Karol There's nothing wrong about what I do, I ,
fin3urcLflCCH. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T. T. : T. Pyeayn..kl, Plaintiff, vii "

Long returned Monday to her Mrs. Arsula Crawford i dant.Florea ('A.l.eonle.* No. Dveiyniikl 2041 I, Defen Doubt not my statement, my work proves it true.

.' home In Baconton, Ga. ORDER OF Pl'BLlr'ATION I
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Oliver and AND NOTICK TO API'MAIt Though I use no plaster, tonic nor pills, II
Mrs. C. J. Carter, manager of Mr.\ and Mrs. Joe Levenrf! all of STATE OF FLORIDA to; MM I

the Stag, the new military' store, White House, Fla., were visiting Floe"n. Leonta IN Town DvosvnNkl.of firallM, Countyof whoiteresidence Hut cure all .sick shoe,' no matter how ill. !

) left 'yesterday for a 10-day trip to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Fri. Hralln." Country'of Rumania.
C. WALL New York, state. She will first You are required. to anpear on
day. Peptemher 20, 1943. In the nbove
spend a few days with her Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and dined Court and cause, wherein
brother-in-law and sister, 'Major: plaintiff seeks divorce. Rradfnrd
Mack and Vincent
sons Johnny County Teleirranh nhiill publish thin
Agency and Mrs. Joseph J. Bernstein in have returned to their home here Order In next fonn"weekly |HI"II<*M.WltneM .
and then on to New myhand and otflelslseal I
Buffalo go
after spending sometime in Jack- st Stark, Florida,, thin August : f ,
Years York City to buy goods for the sonville with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey IS I 1)141.fOFFICIAt.) .
Constant Servile Over 50 store. SEAS) A. J. Thomas,
Woods and family. A* Clerk of sold Court. pi .
Mrs Ann Poyner matron* for Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby Walter C. HcM-..tv. r>"" .'>na i

Please Phone 116NAT'SEZ Southern Bell Telephone Co., re Shirley Ann, were week-end Reach 8-20 U, Fla.*-10 Atty. for fit. MIDNIGHT SATURDAY Sun.1Ion.. Aug. 22 23
turned Tuesday from a two-week
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. -

vacation in Charlotte N. C. Crawford and Mr.:and :Mrs. Cyril NOTICH ,,. ,, 1+ .:p:<'Fq7 '

H. N. Fairbanks, manager oi McLeod. Notice la hereby. given to 'whomIt .' .,K .

the Florida Power & Light Co.,, may concern that on the 17th : '\"
relativesof .
The many friends and day of September. 1941 1 will a* : .
has returned from a business trip Mrs. Inez Kelly are very sorryto Ouardlan of Isaac Otrlton. Incompetent \ toME
Chicago. annlv to 1'. K. Ferryman.
: to.
hear that she Is seriously 111 County Judge of Bradford County. -

in the Palatka Hospital. Florida for order of sale,' at prl "
POLITICAL vat .Kale, of the following described -
We-II'I see by;the papers" that M... and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and property of ward to wit8EH :

Blanding H to be an I. B. ANNOUNCEMENTS family were in Lake Butler Sat of HEV of NW% of l'I.e.' it. 1 Is aches
Camp Twp. fIII.\ R. 22 Haat.Blanche .
used to be on the FOR COVMCILMANI urday afternoon.Mrs. Edward. .
T. C., hereby announce myself ai Carrie Smith of Pine Level a.. Legal Guardian. rou hant

\V. P. A. for a good many years.so candidate for the posltlon-of Coun Is spending a few days with her 8-20 4t K-IO
cilman. In the City of Starke, subject e
It's nice to change the letter to the City Election to be held cousins Mr. and Mrs. Marcus. NOT''fo'J yourUf,51Sf h
'. WonderIf Sepember 14, 1944. I am a Starke
every once In a while. man with the Interest of the peopleof Conner. Notice la hereby given that the
back to living the city of Stark -at n..art. 'II Mrs. C. C. Crosby and.Mrs.. City Assessor of Taxes for theCity
we'll ever go pieced.' I promliie. you bUMtness-. and were of Starke, Florida, will meet (/
Arsula Crawford baby,
and S. T.T-Strawberrloo like lervlce.. Your vote and .up- with the Cltv Council of the said
off of S. port respectfully visiting Mrs. Mallory Thomas of City In the office of the city Clerkof .
and Sweet Taters? .oJcite91LCOX. the Cltv of "Ktarke' Florida at e
Starke recently. 80( o'clock P. M., August 24. A, D What few
Mr. and Mrs Jess Vining and 1943 for the purpose of hearing. do if you had to
FOR MAYOR .and receivingtestimony.
I wish to announce that I will daughter. Jessie and Mr. and compalnta with your bottle

he a candidate for the office of Mills Kelly and family and
Mrc. with
Mayor of Starke In the City Election -
NEW FALL STYLES to be held on Tuesday Heptcmber Mr. and Mrs. Kerce, all of Lake has.. 55,1) 5
14. Your vote and active Mr ,and
Butler were visiting ELECT -
support will\ be greatly
INPR'INTED HE.NKY A. MANAHSA.: Mrs. J. N. Kelly Sunday after-
----- .
FOR MAYOR noon. James F. I
I hereby. announce my candidacy. ,
for the office of Mayor of the City *
JERSEY of Starkw, subject to the will of Serum Shortage ...
the: people. of Starke, urn expressed
In the LJty: election. to be held. 8ep- Slows InoculationFor HollingsworthMAYOR
. ember 14.I am a native of Htarke!
and a tax-payer.. If elected. I '
promise) to render the \bent service Rabies
DRESSES of which I am capable OF
JAMBH F. HUlLINdSWORTH.; Nelson Green and T. N. Kendrick -

FOR MAYOR are busy Inoculating dogs

I hereby announce my candidacy rabies as fast as they can. STARKEExperienced A a9elAa11
'- for the office of Mayor of Stai ke, against ,-
$10.95 subject' to the will of the voters get the serum. In response to a JEAN 1tlEl' CKMLESARTHURMcCREACOBURN '

-",." Sept.In the 14.City I Election will. appreciate of Tuesday your, recent ordinance signed by O. A. .I I

vote and Andreu sheriff of Bradford
support.CHAS. .
- A. DARBY. County John Hall. Clay County STEVENS'

'. FOR MA1OK sheriff, and Dr. Henry Hanson. I ORM

JUST ARRIVED my I take candidacy this method for the of announcing office ofM''t State Health Officer that all 4MoreThe Mel'lose. ''

of Starke subject to the stray dogs .be shot after August
I the City Election
OF of .daynSept.. }4If elected 13.
NEW SHIPMENT I promise to render an efficient Both Sheriff Andreu and Police
business-like, administration of the i | ...,. by a.e.r Rue li.1 Ilse Seems
tffalra of the city. I will appreciate Chief A. L. Alvarez stated Tues* lie....... P4..nw, .... .. rester I I Ilie.
and active support. that they were not going to .T ti iefctrt t Mll eetf r.e.a a- N
your..v N. (BILL) CARNASION.FOR day who have gloved by oioiet.TfviN... CHUM. nenttTUCK. .
MANNISH SUITS shoot the dogs of folks

MAYOR tried and failed to have them inoculated -
This I I. to announce my candidacy
Office of Mayor of because of the scarcity 24-23-20:
for the ed.-. Thur Aug
Ktarke In the election to be heldI.ntemher of the serum. County Agent, L.
elected. I will
$24.50 "ndeavor. to 14th.erve'If you In the sameourteoua T, Dyer has had difficulty In se- JOSEPH E. DAVIES'

efficient and broadminded c ring the serum fast enough to

manner that I did during demand. It seems, also MOSCOW"
- my former term of office during aupp y.the
the period commenclnir, October. 1940 that others have been unableo "
and terminating July 1942 at which the tags even .'1
date 1 entered. the Unll.dStv"u.AYwll1 secure

We Have ':A; Big Line of l-arge Size latter ::; be greatly appr.cI- ated.after having their dogs inocul Fri. s.tt.ulC 27 28 '

*lad' -N. D. WAINWRIOHT. JR However Sheriff Andreu has DOUBLE FEATunE"HARRIGAN'S .
And Half Size Dresses that Honest .
of dogs 1'
FOR MtH" *...' advised all owners '
I hereby announce for reelectionle they keep them securely tied or KID"And i iFt

You Can Always Be FittedSternberg's 'It has Marshall been (.f my thews to Htarke.nerve nclosed until such time aa both Capable 1tt

Ihe City of Starke In, thin' capacity erum and tags are available -

At tor a number of years, and I have Ince the M. P.'s are shooting all
it all tlmea duties an this office Home BURNERS"With '
".rform the of tray dogs. Town "THE LEATHER 1.
and -
honorable, honest, warned '
In an Sheriff Andreu has ,

""vote". and support on Sep however that this Is Just a re- Boy Hopalonsr Cassidy

ember 14th will be highly ap- time to
giving dog owners
by plte,
.reclated me.A. i. ALVAREZ. have their dogs inoculated.
Chief of Police

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2'AGE SIA a, ...

-_ from nervous shock and he writes Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut t o o:f, to concrete block garage grown In combination with one of periment Station wolhere
the the Indigo plants: a legume, is thai I
to the 12x20 on his property near this time of
that he has regained some lost Starke, bag been assigned such a
OUR SERVICE MEN weight and is now able to do Bombardment Group at the Alex Intersection of Church and Jef- very promising, however the experiment commercial feed, and shortage (

nvviilfd t... !..... 01 '...r..' -...r.rnlniMrailioril some work around the hospital to andrla Army Air Base, Alexandra ferson streets; has not run long enoughand mand for beef With the d(
/ < ....!? h.>r. now" ..r\l.ic LnrUHam. the time. La., for an Intensive course To A. A. Annie, July 26, $130 to the acreage Is not large ana Illflk, Ilia
Put-rat and friend are Bricrd help pass In'
.... add one room to present building enough to get accurate figures every owner of cu w'B
rm n.ral. ttr brl.itln and Irltrr Merton joined the Seabees on in cbmbat flying. Upon comple- certalnl
from tbr hnya ....r from .0.... Nrrlre hand < in the City' Park subdivision; beef per acre. The cows looked should grow a bountiful
to of this period
sent tion training
writ. to thTrlrcrnph. Oct. 2, 1942 and was ]
lnu miamtrd le Supply
mm are T. N. Kendrick, July 28, better on this crop than on any
rrvorlln* ..*.(. and .rflvltlr* Camp Endlcott, near Providence, his crew will be ready to To good feed at home BIIII,,
alterations to other unless It was the carpet that UI
of Intrrrnt. $200 for present
boot tako of the far-famed Flying Is no better
R. I., for training. Apparently or cheaper
Street and clover, Mr. Dyer
South says. feed
building on Orange grass Ih1
i he left there for tbe Fortresses 1 into actual combat.
SERVES IN ORDNANCE: MAY GET DISCHARGE: will be for rental purposes to soldiers and It 'was pointed out by the Ex- good pasture.
South Pacific since he wrote his Among Iris Instructors
Pvt. Wm. Silcox, son of Mr. ", mother that he ate Christmas more than 200 officers and en- their wives;
and Mrs. J. J. Sllcox of Starke, e actionin To Sol Hankerson, $T5, August
"' ,,' '. dinner in the Panama Canal listed men who have seen
after 3 for frame residence in the
receiving ,
Is seeing foreign duty l, locks His next letter told of the various theatres of war.
training In ord- ,: Livingston, Truby and Oo., subdivision -
his basic ;;... crossing the equator and tbe initiation These veterans direct crews F I
Before o F C
Ronald, Texas. '" .13 ;
nance at Camp :?+, of the new men by King through final phases of training E'SUPPLIES
entering the Army, he was a fdr To Dr O. L. Haynes, $950, August -
Neptune and his court. before they are sent overseas
driver with tbe Orange Lines bus t;' 6, for dental office building: "
M 'fI Merton writes his mother that duty with the big fourenamedbombers.
company, and his wife and seven- ,' 24x24 attached to his residence
he is quite concerned about their .
months-old-son, William Edward, It' on Water Street;
farm and that he hopes to be
still live In Starke. His address To Homer 'WI11tams, $200 Au-
well enough soon to come home FURLOIOH
la: Pvt. Wm. Sllcox-34 40099, ; ENJOYED gust 9, for the erection of a
187 Ord. Co., APO 805, care! of and help her take care of it. > ""- '- rrlaelp- '," frame residence 12x24 in Reno. I .. r _

Postmaster, New York, N. Y. I "
CORPUS CHRISTI- Lt. James T. Moore, son of New Grasses We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary,
TO Loulebelle Moore of Plant
Get Attention
Pvt. Wm. Enos Hayes of the
U. S. Marine Corps has been City and grandson of Mrs. G. W. Business Routine, Both Civilian And Mill.
From StockmenSeveral
Parris Island, Brown of Lawtey, is a fighter

transferred S. C., and from his new address Is: pilot and has rec e n 11 y been new grasses and other tary. Let Us Supply: Your Needs
assigned to a tactical fighter
Pvt. Wm. E. Hayes-860436, Marine I
feed interesting
crops proved very
squadron of the Sixth Air ForceIn
Barracks, Naval Air Station, to the dairymen and cattlemen of -- -
the Panama Canal Zone.
Corpus Christi, Texas. Before assignment to his outfit, the State on the animal pasture I Account Books Box Files
tour of' the Experiment Station In
Lt. Moore received a four-weeks' Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
Gainesville last week, according to
IN CALIFORNIAPvt. transition course in navigation,
Desk Blotter Pads
of County Agent, L. T Dyer who
Andrew J. Griffis, son gunnery, tactics and technique ,
Mrs. Rosa Grlffis of Hampton, Mrs L. M. Clark of Starke has preparatory to taking his placeIn went with several cattlemen. from Card Index Files
was inducted into the Army on received word through the Red the vital defenses of the Canal this county. Desk Calendars File Folders
July 6 and Is now enjoying the Cross that her son, Merton F. Zone. Over 140 leading dairymen and I Gummed Kraft Tape

"cool nights" of California. Before Clark, was recently In the Naval Lt. Moore entered the Airs Corps cattlemen from, as far west as Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink

joining the Army Pvt. Grlf- hospital at San Diego, Calif., fora In April 1942. He was graduated Pensacola and as farr south as Ink Eraser Mimes Ink

rill had considerable experience month's observation and was from the Plant City high schoolIn Dade county attended the three Shaeffer's Skript( in Pints and Quarts I
with heavy'machlnery' -"bulldoz hen sent to another hospital at 1935 and attended the Univer- day annual Dairymen's Association Legal Blanks Legal Pads
ers, etc."-and Is now receivingmore Fort Worth Texas where he will sity of Florida for two and a half Mr. Dyer said, and nothing Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
training In the machinery be until he gets his medical discharge years. At the University he star- seemed to Interest them more Carbon Paper Second Sheets '
,line. His address is: Pvt. Andrew sometime in September, red on the football, boxing; swim- than a tour of the pastures and I
Paper and Ribbons ;
J. Griffis, Btry. C, 832nd perhaps. Hospital doctors and ming and track teams. feed crops. Typewriter
AAA (Auto) (Wpns.) Bn. (SEM), the Red Cross have written Mrs. Pvt. W H. (WillieBrown) recently Several new grasses are being Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

Camp Haan Calif. Clark that her son Is suffering RECEIVES SILVER STAR enjoyed a ten-day furloughat tried out, the agent reports, Including Onion' Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper I
the home of his Mr. Post Binders Punches
2nd Lt. Robert E. Wear whose parents Improved varieties of ber- Paper '
father was former director of the and Mrs. Lem Brown of Sampson muda, b a h I a and crab grass. Duplicate Receipt Books
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS USO-YMCA in Starke, has been City. He has been in the Army Range cattle are grazed on these Ring Binders Salespads'
eight! months and likes it fine. with other feed but Stenographer's Notebooks
awarded the Silver Star for gallantry pastures ,
STEAKS CHOPS in action during the Tunisian His address Is: Pvt. W. H. with access to mineral mixture Shinpinp Tags Merchandise Tags

campaign in North Africa.He Brown-34409827, 887 Ord. Ho., and water. They are weighed Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels
Is serving with an Armored Auto. Malnt. Co., Camp Shelby, when put on the feed and weighed Aico-Grip TabbingPay

TEMPTING. TASTY SANDWICHES Division of the Fifth American Miss. every 30 days to check the amount Envelopes Indelible Ink
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES Army. of gain. There are fertilized and
Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp
,Pulpwood Needed unfertilized plots of several' different Envelopes Mimeo St11And
When Lt. Wear's tank was exposed grasses. Here are a few
( For War Effort I
to close enemy small arms of the.figures on the pounds of Many Other Items

A & A LUNCHEONETTE tire' he dismounted In order to Farmers Told beef gained per year on different -.- --. -- -
grasses: Carpet grass, ,not fertilized -
make a reconnaissance of the
In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida area and attempt to contact the When a Florida farmer harvestsa 26 lbs per acre; the same ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL

Infantry troops which h e was load of pulpwood from his pine with lespedeza, 81 Ibs.; Carpet
supporting. The enemy fire was land he is providing raw materialfor grass above fertilized, 126 Ibs, PRINTING

BO( accurate that he w a,s soon badly needed military equip- and carpet grass with White
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE forced to seek cover and then ment ranging; from message ,Dutch Clover fertilized, 521 lbs Bradfor4 County

return to his tank. As a result paper to smokeless powder.In per acre.
I FLORIDA MOTOR LINE: BUSSES ot his daring mission, the tanks calling attention to this fact Improved Napier grass and

were enabled to support the Infantry recently, Louis T. Nleland, extension Kudzu grown together Is one ,of
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION attack effectively. forester pointed out that the very best combinations. This 'Telegraph

PLEASE PHONE 147 His citation states that: "The farmers not only can help their gave over 500> lbs gain In 6 or 7 .
timber stands but can be of distinct Phone 29 ,Starke Fla.
courage, aggressiveness ;rand devotion ,, months grazing season. ,
to duty with disregard for service to the Nation by cutting Guinea grass, a new tall growing ,"
... ,crooked, lltnby.: and diseased --
from South Africa
UNION BUS STATION Y own welfare'dlspTayed"byLt. grass
pines from .th'efZ""'land now for
Wear reflect 'great : upon t
LACY' CONWAY, Agent himself and his ,organization." pulpwood.,
.1 "There: are several million of
Temple Ave Starke, Florida STUDIES COU: Ar FLYINGSgt. these trees In Florida that are not

Tillman F. Hutto, son of doing farmers or forests any good

___ hilt__.' th._._"v Will.'.n bran...* mono Y tn._ the
farmers and help to win the war

17'' If they are cut, for pulpwood,," Vr
he said.

Nleland advised farmers lo select -
v unprofitable pines for pulp-
wood and not to "cleancut" their

land.More wl
than 13,000,000 cords of
pulpwood are needed to meet es-
sential war requirements. Pulp-
wood from Florida woods, he explained -

may wind up as fibre containers -
for shipment of canned

goods? army "K" rations, blood 1 9'
plasma, serums, small arms, gre-
-iad.es: ordnance parts, and a large 0
number of other supplies and o r

equipment.Specially designed pulpwood

::ontalnerstreated with starch and :
Jrea formaldehyde to make them
vater-resistant have been dropped -
ri hi+M gx over the side by ships in the

;southwest Pacific to float supplies -
ashore to American troops.

Through chemical digestion pro-
:eases, pulpwood Is converted into .
1 ilghly refined bleached sulphite
vood pulp which In turn, is "-

:heroically treated with nitric ALI .
.-' -' icld: to form smokeless powder. overnight the familiar

..... Pulpwood is used for manufac- tank-truck became a vital part of the nation's war machine--
urteg rayon, which goes into

THIS IS PART OF YOUR PAYCHECK aid.arachutes) other, equipment surgical dressings and sup, ;" essential Every to railroad the very tank-car' life of is the needed nation.to haul petroleum prod.

,,..N.) tr It Is used In tbe manufacturef ucta to the eastern seaboard. Therefore, the oil i Industry's
all blueprint paper, which U own transportation system-the tank-ttuck-hu taken over
That ._'. 'making things pretty hot for the Axle: nf seeded In great, quantities for

,to. 4T u.. _' lana for ships tanks, guns, and ..the. short trips which were formerly made by many railroad
>lanes and for war plans. tank-cars.
It from the check and haven't around it.' .
came pay pay you gotten to ; Other military equipment for

envelopes of people like', you. It was $ Tell your boss today you want to help hlch pulpwood 1$,.used include When you SM_ the Standard oil Company tank-truck' on

bought With the money you lent your win the the icssage paper Signal Corps tele- the road today you will know that it is running against thereto
JN.. war by joining Pay-Roll
.i: rolls maps chart
ype ,. photo-
t, a v Government- in"regular installments' from 6 Savings Plan. Tell him youwanttto -raphlc paper and film, wing get needed stocks of petroleum products to military camps:

your pay' save at least 10 ,percent of every pay. fps for- aeroplanes shatter-prOoi and fields, to war Industries to other truck engaged in tbetransportation

;; A/ But hold on now Maybe it's _"your check by putting it into War Bonds. tj( windows!enser tissue for for aeroplanes electrical,equip-con- of.a thousand_ war necessities, to farmers for

gun! Maybe you aren't setting aside at ,.r You can't make a better investments Nf nent "grea e -pro 0 t ordnance their. tractors used in food production and to countless other(

least 10 percent of your salary for War yo 'jj be buying the weapons that'insure j ja t traps traps, grain gas mask alcohol: filters, and ,a 'cable great places where petroleum is Indispensable

Bondsl :'&t> ; > future of freedom peace, and plenty lany'other: products that are in Round the clock faithful .drivers.operate these hard-

who t > and you'll be getting back $4 for onstant use by United Nations tank-trucks.
There still pressed
are some people 'orces. Without the tank-truck war effort would

'aren't; not many, but maybe you're ono *. every $3 yon save. ( "Pulpwood is. urgently needed lag-or stop Every mission is vital.

of them. If you are one, we're sure it's MAKES SENSE DOESN'T IT?THEN \ row, and the farmer ,who cute urgent-many are
not for want of patriotism, but because START TODAY! he trees that are not doing hl,
'orest any good and convert STANDARD OIL
hem Into pulpwood Is performing COMPANY

valuable wartime service to hi NCOstrOBATBD IN KENTUCKY'
ountry," Nleland asserted.

,; k.SAVE VERyBODY..EVERy WITH U.S. WAR BONDS PAYDAY... # AT LEAST 10%'. Building Permits 4% ;

City Clerk Carl Johns recently
sued the following building peril -
J To East Holland. July 2, $200 our Motor WAR ONJ' <"
This advertisement is a contribution to America's aU-out was effort/ by )' erect building: 12x18 in Rene

JOHN I >>> be used as bed' room or cafe:
To M. B. Futch. July 13, 1190.

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\I'GUST :eO. 1943

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!\OTU'.1 OF f\\"PI'I.I(' 'TIOX ta law th* property described In I braced under said Certificate NO'1 I, more or less, Is embraced undersaid I tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County !
I !:! IS dmW: such rertlflcat* (>r certificate* will 582SUVi Certificate No 682 Telegraph shall publish this Order
That W. J1. Edwards. OIVKV: Im sold to the highest bidder at \ of SEV' of NK-4 Sec 12 Lots 33, 34 In Woudlawn Ser 20 In next four weekly Issue*. .
Jr. th
ot .Ih. '"" ....rtlilcal.*..holder"Win has the court hous* clooi on th* first I Twp 5 S R. SJ E. containing ID Twp B S. It. 21 E. containing SO I Witness my hand. and official. \
fllecl said certificates for Monday In month of September, Acres, more or I..... Is embraced Acres, mure or less, IN embraced seal at stark*. Florida, thin July
d..d to b" l Io'.u..d thereon.a tax 1 *4J.: whkh Is. the 8th, day of under rfald. Certificate No 684. under said Certificate N'o. 160 2(1 th.. 1A43OFFICIAL.
certificate number and Th ot* September A 1>. 1943. i S>.| of Si,, of SW1.4 SWV4 Sec. NKl of NK'4 of NISI., 8,, 34Twp. I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
tt Immune, the description yearn ot t h A I'atecl I Ihllt 4th.. lay of August It Twp. B S. R 22 .Et containing 1 ft S, K. 22 W. cnntnlulng I 10AcieM I As Clerk of salcl. Court.
taliPly pioperty. and the names In which (OFFICIAL" ,, IO Acres, more or less, la mbra("u mnr* or I....... Is .mbractclunder W. O. Harclesty. Daytona Heach.
It was assessed are an follow.. Clerk of Circuit SEAL) A J Thomas. under said Certificate No. 225: sad Certificate No 11IM.t'lJ"l" Fla. Alty. Cor Plf. 7-30 4t 8-20 ,.!,
Certificate No IDS year of Issu County Florida. Court of Uradford St.: of *WH of NW"i. Sec. 12 Twp. oft fUVi, of #Kl, Kt a"t': of I .-. ...
ance August 4th. 1041 Description. of 8-0 4t '-27 6 S. K 12 E., contnli.lnit 20 Aires, 8KI, Sec S4 Tup. ItS3 iv' ritKirr (.nl..r. 'I.\.IIFOKIJ
the 1'roperty. .NWW of 8w, of SWUln7p : ,mor or I....... Is Embraced under 1.. "containing' 40 Acres., more orlens. % TV. FM>IUI> \| IN 111 AN.Herschel .
1'1.... iv" iHnir rot HT. JIlt '\DFotmtll Is I n : i
I 8 n. M E.. contaln- salt Certificate' No. 83.Nty embraced! under said Certificate :
tin Ing <-r"."' m..r. or I....... Num. in :: :Ir I"LOHIU\.I I.> \\- of Lots 7. 8 Woodlunn No. 282. W. Knglancl, Plaintiff I vs.
which assessed Unknown Katlv j Sec. f3 Twp 6 8. It. 23 n' ., fontalnIng The assessment. of said property Louise M. Fngland.: D f nilant.:
Certificate No. 132 Year; of Issu r4alntlff: vs. Char- under certificate a'l Case No. 3637.I .
l Mattatos Defendant., : 10 Acres, more or I. ..... Is em siilit No was
ance August 4. 1941. Description of 18U. Cas* No. braced under said Certificate No. In the mime. ofV P Clyde) the I ORDER OF Pt'IlLICATTON
JjoPTty, Lot 112 In Woodlaun. Sec. ORDER OF 9Q, assessment. of said property under I AND NOTJCE. TO APPUAlt
Twp 5 a. K. t2 E.. containing PUBLICATION Biilil certificate No. 682 and 673 STATR OF FLORIDA to: Louise
lU .crf"' more or '..".. Nam. In AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 68 Ix.>t 18 In Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp. were In th. name of I'nknown; the M. KnwlMnd;: whose residence Is un
whjch Assessed !Mm K. O Harvey; STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles U 23 K.., containing- Al'r..... assessment of said property unJersnld known.
Matlatos.. car of Farlbault mor or less, la
Certificate No. 138 Year of Issu- Mills VS oolen embraced under certificate, No. 123 was I In the You ar* required to appear on
Bcu' -August th.. 1941. Description Farlbault, Minnesota said Certificate No. 6!>0.S'i name of T. K. Ilamhyt the assessment : B t h > above
Property. E'j of Lot 81 In Wood- September You are required to appear on \ of Lots 3, 4 ft All Lots 6. 6 of said property under said : :,rbc'.u; l 9n4J"clu.. wherein:
lawn Wee. 18 T"'p. 6 H. 11. 82 K., nnmed I Court 6. 9n4J"cl In t .h above I In Woodlawn Seo. 14 Twp. 6 S. It. certificate* No. 682 and 684 Mere plaintiff aeekn divorce an'\1\ custody I
containing B Acre*, more or le.... plaintiff wherein 23 K. containing SO Acres, more or In the r.ahi* of Unknown, the of minor ciilld. Bradford County
Name In which annexed. Mrs. 12. U. seeks divorce. and restor : I...... Is embraced. under said Oertlfkate property under Telegraph shall publish this Order
of Maiden : rd" ::'rWttl.r.a
nan. Bradford In next four .
No 95. al No. 236 was I In the weekly Issues.Wllnes
Cvrtl/loate/ No. 144 Year of Iiaunc Order County In Telegraph shall. publish I this Lots 4J, 44 Wondlawn N..". 14 name of Surah J. Olenson CM.: the my hand and official
.. Auvuiit. 4. 1941. Description of Witness next four weekly Issues. Twp t 1:4H.: 22 K., containing: assessment. of said' property under seal at Slnrke, Florida, this August
Property Lot 84 In Woodlawn Sec. seal my hand and official. Acres, more or I....... .Is embrnted snlct I certificate* No" H3. t'rt. 600 and 6, 143.OFFICIAL .
19 Twp B a. K. 22 K containing gust at 4, 1943tOFFICIAL"Stark. Florida this Au under said Certificate No.: 205 PS were In th* nam* of: Unknown.the ( SEAL' ) A. J. ThnmanAs .
10 -Acre*, more or lens, Name In Lot 41 Wuodlawn Sec. 14 Twp assessment of said pioperlyunder Clerk of salcl Court. ,
which asaenued Ktallna Ma. Ben SEAI.> A. J Thomas 6 H. Jl. 2S K, containing 10 Acres, said certificate .So, soli:; was William; n Morgan, Jacksonville, .
jamin. : Frank Landrum As Clerk of said Court. mor or I....... Is embraced" und..rbahl In the nnm* of J. M. Trilby; thassessment > Florida.. Atty, for 1'lf. 84t 827IN
(.Vrtlfliate No 141 Year of h..u..n..1 Itt for Plf. Starke. Florida, ('.Certifies N... 5'Hi of said l.ro.t'IY! under "
AuKUt 4th, 1941. Deiicrlp- 8-6 4t 827NOIKH Lot 14 In Wood lawn S: ..(,. 14 Tup. said: certificates I No. MM), 600.' ( ttl>4. flH'TIT ('nl'II'r. IIH\l .' )
tlon of ITopurtv, Lots 19. 20, 29. So 68: K 22 K, containing 10 Ac-res, 611. 61H. 144, 214. 826 I. 1 BJT, 611.: C.ol..a.U.'I. IN CIIAN-
In \Voodluwn Sec. 20 Twp. 5 8. U. \PPIIC\riON mor* or less, I Is emhrui.ed undersnld 81.:' fl33 and 634 u ere In the name C'KIIY.Sarah .
S3 t,'. cuntRlnlnir 40 Acres, more or KOI1 Tt\ IIKKIttSensle : : Certificate No. 6011. of Unknoun; th* assessment ofsulcl 1C.:: Davis Tunlson Plaintiff
leim. Nam* In which ..nnenaed. \ property under said certificate vs. William Canton
\ << Bill :N... llit: ) Lot 42 \Voodliiun Snc. 14 Tunlson, Defendant
Hall. NOTIOI: m HKHKHY UIVE.V 1M.\ It 22 : Tup N' 164 was In III* name of MatildaNelson Case> No 2t13Hi .
All of oal.l Property helnir In the ThatV. H t-dwarIM. Jr. holder of# more or t..E...... containing Is embraced 10 Acres under, the* assessment of said\ propertv i i O It MBit OF PI'IILICATIOV :
County of lliadford. Stale of Flor Tux Certificates Numbered said under said certificate No: 1U |I AND NOTICK TO AI'PKAIlSTATrl
ida Number renpectlely. Ceitlflinte No. HII4Ijots was lit the name of Pura. Water OK1 PLOUIHA to: wrillsm ,
I'nleBd mich certificate or certi J Issued. th* 8th. 4., II Wooillawn, Sec. 15 Co. the assessment of sulcl property Carlton Tunlaon whose residence ,
day of
July A. II. 11)28.; Numbers Tup. 6 S. It 22 H 0Acres
ficates. shall tie n-ilocmi-il aororrtlna containing under said certificates. No 6u8, Is ullkll WlI. '
KSj and 678 Issued the 7th, day. ot mom or I....... Is embraced ;
to law the operty described. In II H2 ami, 100 weio In Ih.I mi me of You are leciulrecl to appear on '
such l'.rlltll'"l.. or certlfliates will Auirust A D 1931, Number U.J: IN.sueil under. said Certificate No ell I'nkncmn: the a..sessment ot snldproperty September' 8. 1941 In the above j'
be sold to the hlgheMt bidder at th. 4th dav of July A. n. Lots. nu. 40. 41, 43 In Woodlaun under suld. certificate No, named Court and can MO, wherein I '
the Court houoe door on the flrBt 11)27, Numbers liMa anil 684 .1..11.1'' Sec. 15 Twp. C S. U S3 K., con til In- 158 was In the name of Miiltlw A plaintiff seeks) divorce and restoration <\\i'
Monday In Month of Keutember. the 7th day of August A. D. 19.1.1:1: : I I Iinor .o Acres, more or I IBS, IK embraced \\oodeii, nticl I the assessment" nfsulcl of Mulclen name, llrndforclCounty if.
lt4J which IB the 6lh, day of bepteniber :; Number' tiS Issued th* 2nd., dity of under said Certificate No: propel ty under meld certificateNn. Teleitranh shall publish thin r,
A. D. 1943.4th. September: A. D. 1138: Number 83 818.Le.t 212: uns 1 In the mime,, of I'ri- Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness "
P"I..d Ihl.. .> dRy ot Augu..t IxKiied the 4th, day of Julv A D 34 Woodlawn Sec. IS Tup. knmvnUnless. my hand ancl official '. ;
A. n. 1943. 11I3S.; Number 96 Issued th. 2nd., 1H.\ It 22 K.. containing 10 Acres, ssld Certiricntc-s shall hredeemed .. a.a.t Starke, Florida, this Au."v.
(UFFK-IAL. SCAL) A. J. Thomas.. . Clerk of circuit Court of yrndfor.i. 590!> Issued the 7th. day of August. sulil Certificate No |44. propel:: 'ties described ( herein: Mill beHolci ( SRAL' ) A J. Thomas!
County, Florldu. 8-. 4t 8-27 A I>. 1933; Number US lnHUed the Lot 44 & W"of 43: In Wnoil- tn th* highest bidder at th* As Clerk of said Court.
4th, day of July A, D 1II3H: Num lawn Sec. 16 :Tup.1'61H I It 23 H., Court-house door on the flist Mini- Robert If imncan, Jacksonville.Florida .
ber ,20 s Issued. the Mil., day. of containing 16 Acies, mole or less., day 1 In the Month of September: Alty. fur flf H-8 4t 8-27 I
IN iiiriir OIIIT. iiiitiivoitn August A. D 192), Numbers 111111.! IM embraced under said Certificate Ii1, which I Is the (lib.! day ofSeptember. ,
C'OI ....1... 8UU. 604 611 and 616 Issued. the 7th., No214. A D 1II41I .
'I.tllll"\1 I' '
Follow Rules to Make C It.C'EIt '- hi ted this Kth, of AugustA '.
Canning Easy .* lay of August A D 11IJS; Number Lots 47. 41 Woodlawn Sec. 15 ,
.(See Direction Below) Wllllam. Joseph Llptok Jr. Plain 144 Issued the 2nd day of Sep Twp. 6 H. It. 22 K., containing d> I H. 1941.
tiff. v'. Josephine Llptok. Defen tember A. D. 1940.; Number 214 Issued Acres, more or less, Is emhnicedunder (OFFICIAL SRAL) A J. Thomas,
dant Case N'o 2821ORD12R the 2nd, day of July A D. said. certificate N... 626 I Clerk Circuit Court, llradfordCounty J
Fruit Canning I OP Pl'BLICATIOV 1934 Numbers 6J5. 626, 627 631 Lot 51 In Woodlawn tI..... 16 Twp. Florida_. 84t 8-27 '.'

This Week's Menu AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 613, 633 and 634 Isitued tha 7th.. (lay 5 S. It 22 B. containing 10 ". IN ciiKiir <'oiiir, MIII.F.011.>
STATE OF of August A D. 1933 Number 184 less Is embraced.
FLORIDA to-: Josephlne ; more or <"<>I >T1 FI.OHIIIII IN II\N- '
| It'i time now to begin putting up Cold CntsOldFashloned Llptok Martin Pennsylvania. Issued the 2nd, d.ly of September said. Certificate No. 628 .r.\\ t Kill.. '
You ..r. required to appear on A D 1940; Number. 91 Issued th* Lots 37. 88 In Woodlawn. Chnrleit Ernest Lederer. Plaintiff.vs. '
jU! for next winter and fall to Potato Salad September 8, 1941. In t h.. above 7th. day. of August A. D 1919, Twp 5 S. R 22 JoJ.. containing 80 Mulvena Elisabeth. Lederer Defendant
elp stretch those ration point and Sliced Tomatoes Radishes named Court and cause, wherein Numbers 6SS and 662 Issued the Acres, more or I....... Is embraced. / I'11." No, 21107
plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford 7th of D Number Certificate. 627
day August A. 1933: under said No ORDER OF IMPLICATION\
a make lUre your family la going to Garden Onions County TelH r"Fu shall I publish this 164 Issued the 2nd, day of Lot 80 In Woodlawn Sec. 17 Twp. AND NOTICE TO APPKAH: ;
et t the two fruits a day required by Hot Baking Powder Biscuits Order I In weekly Issues September A D. 1940. Number 188 5 S. It 22 E., containing 10 Acres, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Melvena
Witness. my hand and official Issued the 4th. -day of July A D. mor* or less Is e in lira ted under Elisabeth whose reHldenceIs I
i nutritional yardstick. Cherry Pie seal. at Stark, Florida thla August 1927, and Number 282 Issued the said Certificate. No. 811 Itlggs IH r..rh 1. llyattsvllle -
1 Be wise and watch the fruit trees Beverageturned 3, 1943. 2nd. day of July A D. 1934 haft : Lots 51. 62 In Woodlawn Sec. 17 Maryland
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas filed sam. In nif offlc* and has Twp 5 S. It 22 E., containing. SO You are renulred tn appear on August
berry vines or marketa-wher. As Clerk of said Court. made application for Tax Deed to Acres, more or less Is embraced SOth., 1943, In th* abov* named
T' Frank I.andrum. Stark* Florida" Court and cause wherein plaintiff
ever you get your bo Issued theron. under said Certificate No 812
on. Temperature should never Atty. for Plf. 8-i 4t SliMOTICH Said certificates respectively embrace Lot 43 In Woodlawn Sec, 17 Twp seeks divorce. Bradford County
see that exceed 250 degrees. Higher ternperatures the following described properties S S. R 21: K, containing. 10 Acres, Telegraph shall. publish this Order
it for your cause liquid to boll out In the County of Bradford, mor or I....... Is embraced under. In next four weekly hand Issues.and official

at Just of jars and evaporate. FOR OF TIKK.I APPLICATION) : Stiite EH of of Florida SBH & All WV4 of REV, said Lot Certificate 58 and S'/j' No.of Lot 6.1.1 30 In Wood .oal Witness at tit ark.my, Florida. this July

1fruitto: ata ae. and Jar ( enate Bill N... 1 E of River Sec. 11 Twp 4 S. R 22 tiwn Sec. 17 Twp. 6 S. It 22 K., I8lh.. U43. A. J. THOMAS.A. .
Cooling Testing .
should be NOTICK 13 HEREBY dtVEN. E.. containing 120 Acres. more orless. containing 15 Acres, more or I..M, Clerk of ..aid ('nurl.'OFFICIAL.
If you' have used a self-sealing that B. Y. Saxon. holder of Tax Is embraced under said certificate IK embraced. under said.. Certificate. ,.IIAr.)

ripe lid on the Jars canned do not invert Certificates Numbered respectively No. 39SMi No, 834 Knight A Knight, Starke: Florida/ ,
over-rlp Numbers 210 and 211 Issued the of NU. of NKV or 8V4 of Not \{, Lot 55 In Woodlawn Sec 17 Twp. Atty* for Plf. 7-30 4t 820iv :
them after taking from the 7th, day of Auxust 1939; and Num Lots. 1. J less 5 A In SW CorSec. 58\ : R 22 E, containing 10 Acres, Under the Rationing Program
conIdltion. canner. Instead set them upright ber 360 Issued th* 2nd, day. of 18 Twp 4 S R 23 E.. containing more or less Is embraced under rntrriT f'oi'HT. nniironn
Remember cAininj does not September, 1940 ha. filed same In 80 Acre.* more or I....... Is embraced ..Aid Certificate. No. 114 fOI' NTY. Fl.Olllll.tl IN IIHNUmberto : You are allowed 3
I Improve any product it merely pro-' on several thicknesses of newspaper my offlc and has. mad. application under said Certificate No. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, It, 18, ('.:RY. Pairs ef Shoes Per Year.
; or clean towels, away from for Tax Deed to be Issued. 582. 14, 36 U. 46. 61, 62 In Woodlawn Danlele, Plaintiff. v. .
Items it for later use, so it folllowi draft and let them cool. After the thereon. Lots 44 47, 48 In Woodlawn Sec. H.c. 19 Twp 5 S. K 22 R containing Agnes Florelll Danlele/ Defendant.Cus Let Us Moke Your Old
f that you get out ot the can Maid certificates respectively em 10 Twp 5 S. R S2 E.. containing 150 Acres. mor or less Is embraced No 2801ORDER .
Jar, ha thoroughly cooled remove brace th" 'following: "'gfl"J"J'l'd" af) Acres. more or I"..... In embraced under said. Certificate No. OF PtTBLICATIOV: Ones Like New !
! I only what you put Into It. the screw band and re-use It again erties.I In th* County under said Certificate No 673. AND NOTICK. TO APPEAR
State of' Floilda, Lots 38 38 In Woodlawn !Seo 10 Lots 37. 63, 66 60 In Woodlawn STATE] OF FIXDRIDA to: Agnes
I Methods for processing fruit for and again. To test for leal. Up 1314 of HEVt of 8WV4 Sec' 80 Twp Twp. 6 S. R 22 H. containing 20 Seo 20 Twp 63. R, 22 K.;: containing Flnrelll, Danlete. whose residenceIs
II I II I canning In order of their deslraIblllty the Hfl of the Jar with a spoon and 78. R 22 R, containing. SO Acres, Acres, more or 10..... Is embracedunder 40 Acres, mor or less.. Is 1013 7fh Street, N. W,, Washington THEELECTRIC
I more or less Is embraced. under said. Certlfli-ate No 122NE embraced under said Certificate No. D. C. SHOP
are hot-water bath SHOE
pressure If get a clear high ringing note said certificate No. 210Wty '
I you I cooker iteam cooker open-kettle. you can be certain that the Jar is of HHM' of SWW K of Ry.. "' 12 Twp 6 S K 22 E., containing Lot 83 In Woodlawn Sec, 20 Twp. August Stlth. 11148 In th* above nam. ArroM Frees Park Theatre

I Although many homemakers prefer well sealed.Fruit Sec. 80 Twp 13 Acres 7 8., more R 22 or E.less contalnlnir Is- 80 Acres, more or less., I I. em 5 S. It 22 E, containing 10 Acrnn. ed Court and caus*. wherein plain.. \

Ito open kettle for the fruits the embraced. under said certificate No.
for canning are most often 211.
(degree of spoilage Is so high and cold-packed rather than hot-packed. I SW'1 of SKM Sec.' 30 Twp. 7 SR .
[the vitamin loss so great that it isI *. :22 JJ.! containing 40 Acres.* more I
as are non-acid or Ivss, Is. embraced under said certificate -
I !leI' desired than in the
processing vegetable Se"i\ No 360 There's No "E"On
'in. The assessment. of said property
lect fruit only in
Hot Water, Bath. tinder said certificates No 210 and
prime condition 211 were In the name of O. P Pearson
For t hot water or boiling water ripe rather than and the assessment. of said.
under said certificate
property No.
bath as it Is sometimes called utl- over-ripe. Wash it ,160 wus In th* name of Unknown. This Truck

lit a large deep vessel. Fit it with thoroughly then : Unless. eald Certificates shall beredeemed 1'r'
according to law the
t rack of kind will hold 'r
some prepare as for table .. properties described therein will be :, ,
the jars H Inch from the bottom of and pack in 1w.J' sold to the hlvhest bidder at th* "'I '-" ,

the tanner. Be sure the vessel is Fill with hot I' day Court-house In the door Month on the of September first Mon ).J) I

deep enough so that when the Jar is cyrup to within 1843. which Is the 8th. day of Sep ,

immersed In the .boWn, water the H inch of the top. Process accord'ing tember Oiled A.this D. 1943.4th, day of Autruit

Mter comes to within 1 to 2 inches to the time table: A. n 1943.COIo''ICIAI..
over the top of the SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas.
Jar. FraU Canning Timetable. Clerk Circuit Court! Bradford I I

Place Jars on the rack allowing (Time In Minnies) County Florida. ,-8 4t 8-27 ..,
free ,
circulation of air between the
Frnlt Hot Water Oven .
Jars. The
water should be kept Bath NOTH OF APPIirATIOYKOIl .
boiling during the entire processing TAX I1KFDNOTICE : i / '
Period. Apples* 23 75 IS HERBS OIVEX. l. : 1
If it bolls eY ,
20 68 that F M Packham, th holder of .' .
during some of the lengthy Apricot the following certificates ha* filed ,

I Processing times, add sufficient boil- Berries 20 68 said certificates for a tax deed to \ ( JLHERX U no "f oa this truck wtr prodYCdo.-oWcI''b;tapoesibl I.. The
Cherries 20 68 be Issued thereon Th* certificate __ .
lug water to keep it at the proper numbers and years, of Issuanc*. th* .' but were fa not for the efficient ..",Ice ma on the truck die men tod. women

height. Fruit Figs Juices 30 20 90 68 description names In which of th U* property wan assessed, and th are* ./ It undt tot few "I" flail would 11, of our Company are sharing. In one of

Oven CaDD1D 20 68 as follows1 aorwluf*. th* biggttt Job of the war. one of the .
Grape Certificate No. t Year of Issuance .
Many homemakers like to use the 68 ', mot tMatiaL If we fail, ptoditctioo lints
Peaches 20 A u mint 4, 1941 Description of .
oven for canning fruits and tomatoes. 25 75 property, SBI4 of 8EV4 Sec 26 Twp ,f Florid POWM light Coatptaj tm.floytt will ftlur and out mta si tht from will
This Pears 6 S. R. 20 E containing- Acres, snd power comptay pHmbtn allover
can be successful If the
Pineapple* 30 80 mor* or less. Name in whichassessed lack supplitt.IF .
oven thii fr bad UM ..",Ice that
you are using Is thermo- 20 68 M W Mann; upply .

tatlcally controlled and will keep T Plums Quinces 35 75 Certificate'* August. No-4., 1941 118. ,Year Descriptionr of Issuant J" ., Kara sfld keep' turning tin whtU" of the IF But .we cannot faiL Find with the

fit required temperature of 230 degrees Rhubarb 10 68 >f Property Lot 34 In Woodiawn.Sec. "t' Indiutrict that prowil* display dae Army spirit of fr*< American w* will do our

14 Twp 6 S: R 22 E., containing and N.Y "C" die indcuerie* wherepowtr to thil 'nccloanw
Tomatoes 33 75 10 Acres Name In which / 7 : 7 .' pan
The Jars should be set on a rack. Pre-cook fruit In light syrup (3 assessed. fl.I H PearrerCertificate ';r / I ,{:'- if _n. ami machines turn out, laincrtutng .Midtnily do thaI job for which wt at*
at t least No 287. Year of Issuanr inuntd and bell fitted aod will will
2 the we
inches apart starting boiled 1941 <. cjuimitiM implenwnu w e
cups water and 1 cup sugar August 4. Description f'
The with'> a Jars cold oven.' together 9 minutes), for 3 to 8 minutes of lnPr Ft'.rt.c; Lot. 32 3 Twp.of Blk 6' 9.8,R Lin 22E 'I -' need to win the w.,. Without sbundsac Our "E" of Efficiency it in the SERVICE-

not be allowed should to before packing in Jar. W, :Nam In which assessed Ella :;..';;, electric powtr oaf prtMnt ttupeadocM WI GIVE I

touch the sides of *Frecook fruit 3 to 10 minutes In Certificate No. 314. Year of Issuance ; \

Ibe before packing in Jar. Aua-ust 4. 1941 Description ( i
oven. If a second syrup of Property 8 0./tl of NWt ofSEM ". I
batch of Jars Fruit Juices. W of Twp. 7 SR J
It who will be 22 U., conealnln.. 5 Acres, more
going in Many homemakers
after or less, Nam In which Assessed.Foremost .
tile IIrst batch. unable to put up all the jellies they Dairies. ; ': : :::UD,' PO GIlT CO"P\: .
Certificate No. 311. Year of Issuance
Ibe oven does not would like this summer may put August 4. 1941. Description

nave to be cooled. up fruit juice and make them Into of Property Lot 2 of Wi4 of NWSec. .
Canning fruit Juices either 31 Twp. 78. R. 23 E:, containing
After the Jars art the Jelly later. 10 Acres, more or less, Name In
placed: on -
rack. for Jelly or other use* is a fairly which assessed. Mallssa. Sims.
the turn on the awltch ,or light simple matter and processing All of said. property being; In the BOOST YOU laiD IOYITNROI.N 1
oven start counting fountr or Bradford State ofAFlurUnlesa -
lDi process- Is usually don In a hot water Id.

time as soon as the oven Is bath at a simmering temperature. shall such be certificate redeemed accordlnirto ortcertlflcates : TIC PAYROLL*

180 degrees. law th* property described In
Flavor of the fruit Juices depends such certificate or certificates will SAVM-SPIM
be sold to the highest bidder at the
Lynn Say si upon the fruit mtected. The Juice court nous* door on .th* first Mon
of fully ripened fruit hould be used. day In th* month of Sepember, 1943.
lack flavor which Is the th., day of "' ..pt.m.be'Di.f'
Canning Pointers} Most fruit Partially ripened fruit 1 43.

are canned by the cold pack whereas over-ripe or bruised or decayed thla 4th. day of Au..u.tf

method. but apple pears' pineapple fruit will make sterilization OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas..
and quinces more difficult. Clerk of Circuit Court of BradtofCount ;
are pre-cooked .
m Juice. ,. Florida. 8-8 4t '-21OTlrF.
their syrups to give them that Extracting

wvely, transparent look. Most The cold process method must not -

nomemakers be used if the fruit Is extracted for !\ OF APPI10TIOir
are using the light -
FOR T.' \ 111:1'111:
yrup! -three cups water to one jelly making. It Is far better NOTICE Id HEHEBY UIVE.V: that

cup sugar-tor cannin beat the fruit or berries. Do not B Y. Saxon the holder of the following
for certificates has filed said
It you can't afford any sugar. add much water particularly certificate for a tax deed to be

Use fruit Juice in place of the .oft fruit and berries. Simmer at Issued thereon. Th certificate
boil-until the numbers and years of Issuance, tn*
"Mr. and then sweeten the fruit very low heat-do not description of the property and the
when running. In which It was assessed are
ready to use. Or. if you Juice tart names

"n't make up all the jellle and Strata the fruit Juice through a all c ?"II *: No 835 Year of Issuanc '

'*?' because of lack of cotton flannel bag. and Ml[ lterl1. August 4. 1941. Descrlptfon of ,
sugar. tt inch of the top Property Lots 8, 7. .. p. I0--1* ?*
up the Juice and make it Into Jar to within Blk Hampton. Park NE'4' J8EV4e. niWASTE

?eny urln, tot winter when Adjust cap. and proces in hot water < .-. 31 & HVfii of NWU' .
have for 30 minutes.Working NW..... of SWC. 14.C. 32 Twp T M.
sugar. bath assessed
R. 23 E Nam In which
Rone as quickly as possible llochhlsr.Crtlflcat .
) .yrup may be used in Isabel
of the Juice and No. J36 Ye.r of Is4 -
Canning the flavor
fruits. but expect'to have will save .uanc. AUjfu..t > 41L'crt"of .
lJihtly different flavor to ther"11 make It more desirable for Jelly Property Ixits' 13, &4. tl.xf, 24
Park NE4! "'

Ind somewhat darker apPwranet. making.ulladdnutd.' SfFlkH.C4. .WSJ&S' ot NW *

Use .. II you laar:1 1 t: nnln, probl.m. IIIr;'.. }VY''n.NW 21 S' SW..L."in"wTcIkassessed
Urgs N-.
kety In W'.m
Ch mber.. Hayes.
hon. "' 'rrups because they have 10 paper IIl .Union.Lynn :10 South V..pla.".. I All of of salcl May Bradford property State bnir| of In FtordVnleM the- IM WAR IS A CRIME Dp NOT WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST BECAUSt IT IS. NOT RATIONED

enc)' to DoU Ill. 11411 .ruIo.. 1 rounty
wh.i. over and foam S".,,'. Ch a"o. >
being cooked. ,inttlnp tor T"Mtaaatd such certificate or *rtlflcates -

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Items of Interest to help make the Saturday night t:'SHOOTING SCRAPE Take PrizesAt Health Unit I.

dances a success. FATAL ,TO ONE;
From USO-YMCA WOMAN HELD Beauty ForumStarke Needs VolunteersThose

SPONSOR SEMINARThe : has again attained national who have not yet found ELECTA
SHOW YOUR HOSPITALITYThe Ministerial Alliance met at (Continued from page one) distinction-this time in .
U. S. O.-Y. M. C. A will the U. S. 0.-Y. M. C. A. Saturday their niche of service In the pros
the realm of beauty! Not exactly
have us special guests the week- morning A u g u at 14, and one and wounding three others. I'In Miss ecution of the war, and who find
I a beauty contest, but FORMER
She will be tried In the ARMY
of 21, 20 sailors from likely '
end August agreed to sponsor the CounsellingSeminar Lorraine Hartman and Mrs. Loy- time dragging on their hands, are MAN
the N A. T. T. Center, Jacksonville -I prompted by the Army November term of Circuit Court. '
ree Hartman of the Lady FairBeauty urged to consider rendering ser
The leader'of this group of'the
and Navy Department A. Ancll died about Salon won first and sec vice at the Bradford County FOR AN ARMY
will be remembered here as Louie tentative dates Thompson
Y. M. C. A, The ond prizes, respectively, In a hair-
Lee Wainwright, a graduate of will be August 31, September 1, 11:30: P. M.: Saturday nIght Au- styling contest at the National Health Unit. Volunteers are badly o .
B. as. acd September 2. gust 14. He is survived by his Beauty Forum Convention they needed there at once to help with
The U. S. O. Is asking for Starke is one of the few placesIn wife, Della Starling Thompson; recently attended at Mentone the large weekly clinics. ONE WHO WILL ASSIST OUR CITy
volunteers to take these boys Into this that will have TO DERIVE THE GREATEST
territory his father Springs, Ala. In the war
Sheldon tt. Thompson; For a place to help
their homes for the night of Au- the privilege of conducting thisseminar FITS UNDERSTAND
Sun- two sons, Kenneth Thompson, 14, The convention was held Au- effort, whether you are a sol- OFIT1 EUWISIHES
gust 21, and for dinner on gust 8-15, and Instructors from ING AND NEEDS!
lE aa>', August 22. The U. S. O. A committee consisting of and James Thompson, 6; three New York, Chicago and other dier's wife or a permanent resident THE SOLDIERS. OF

has planned supper on Saturday Julius L. Thorn Chairman; Rev brothers, I. B. Tho m p s o n of cities gave courses. They received of Starke, call or visit the
night Sunday breakfast, and the ; Charles H. Allen, and Chaplain Brunswick; Ga., and M. L and their diplomas at the school. Health Unit on Church Street. 0" ."
entertainment at the building. James C. Richardson was ap- M! R. Thompson of Lawtey; five A MAN WHO WILL BE VALUABLE
This is a challenge for Starke. pointed to work out the details. IV
The boys are all from Northern Guests at the meeting were Chap slaters-Mra. W. J. Wilkinson CREATING GOOD FELLOWSHIP BETWEEN -
homes, and their leader wants to lain Thomas C. Holland and Chap- Mrs. A. C. Pearce, :Mrs. H. T. wr OUR CITY AND THE PER.

show them what southern hos- lain James C. Richardson. Bennett, and Mrs. Dan Starling, SONNEL OF CAMP BLANDINGHE _

pitality Is. So don't let him all 'of 0_ __
Lawtey, Mrs. Sebe -4-s S S -t s.
Call or come by the U. S. 0.- There was a special treat for Harris, of Worthington Springs. A HAS SERVED YOU EFFICIENTLY AS
Funeral services were held at
Y M. C. A. and say you can take those who were fortunate enoughto the YOUR MAYOR IN THE PAST. HE WILL
.Care of two of thin group be present when the choir of noon Dyal at 2:30 cemetery: o'clock Monday by the after-Bap- SERVE YOU WELL IN THE FUTURE
the First Presbyterian Church .
tist minister. Interment
was in
SAFETY RAZORS NEEDED presented 'a beautiful vesper ser- the Dyal cemetery.DeWJtt.C.Jones wr..fswVote
The U. S. O.-Y. M. C. A.-la vice at the USO-YMCA Sunday
making an appeal for safety afternoon. The program had been ments. had charge of arrange-.

ti ,razors since It Is Impossible I to arranged by Cpl. William R. For
q, buy any at the present time. George of the 33rd Chemical Co., .wwww
Many men stop at the Club before Camp Blanding, who assists Mrs.E. Lawtey MethodistSunday N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.
they return to Camp Blan- E. Lansing in directing the
ding after being home on fur- choir. School 10 A. M. Morning For' Mayor of StarkePaid
I Worship 11 o'clock, subject
lough. They decide to freshenup The singers were robed In white
"The Danger of Falling. Youth
before going out to camp so and were seated in a semi-circle
Fellowship 7:30: P, M.
we are In great need of safety| in the lobby of the building. Miss Worship 8:30 P. M., .Evening u'b J ect"Cholce"The ( for' by friend and supporters: of "Noon" \\'alrmrljjwho
razors.If I I Evelyn Stump and Miss Jean are Interested la the welfare of
Rev. H. H. Haz- Pepsi-Cola COmBottle' pany, Long Island City, N. Y. )
anyone baa an extra safety Davie took solo parts and Cpl. zard, pastor. Franchise Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville .
razor he will really be performing George sang aev e r a 1 baritone
solos. Mrs. Lansing played several t:..
a great service If he will .
numbers and the accompanist
leave It at the U. S. O.-Y. M.C. A. I i was Mrs. E. M Davis.

or call and someone will stop by I The Rev. Chas. H. Allen, Presbyterian 1

for It. pastor, introduced! the
: choir and announced the selections

OLD-FASHIONED The usual Saturday CAKE night WALK dance We Are ,Pleased To Announce 'That

was attended by a large numberof THANKS TO SHERIFFThe
soldiers from Camp Blandlng U. S. O.-Y. M. C. A. wantsto
and Keystone Heights. Young thank the Sheriff of Bradford
ladles from Starke, Raiford and County for his generous and cooperative
Lake Butler served aa dancing help when approachedat
partners for these service men. any time of the night. Not CHARGE OF THE WATCH REPAIRING DEPARTMENT''WILL
The fea ture attraction of the many nights ago the U. S. O.
evening was a Cake-Walk, the needed help in getting a mother ( "> BE PLEASED TO GREET ALL OF HIS OLD FRIENDS AND MAKE
winners were Pat Keen of Starke, home to her baby. The mother
and Cpl. Carl Penlcello. !The had been stranded in Starke because .. MANY NEW ONES.
cake was home-baked by Mra. of a late bus and with no '1 .
Blair, manager of the U. S. O. means of communication to her : .
snack bar. home. When askedfor, help the
At all our future Saturday sheriff didn't even hesitate. In
night dances some novel event behalf of the mother and U. S. O. FAST -- COMPLETE --- GUARANTEED REPAIRING
wUl be given. All girls in Starke Staff I offer thanks t 0 Sheriff ,

and surrounding towns are urged Andreu.CLASSIFIED. ..


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WANTED I I WANT TQ RENT-house by lake ; J u
Listings on apartments, housed of I near Camp .Standing immedi '
homes- for rent, located within -20 i.I,I ately. Phone 01 and ,aak.for BRIDAL SETSWedding USED W ATe HE SREPAIR
mile of Starke ,R., C. Wlnans, Jr., itp '
119 East Call Street .
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor .. FOR SALE-1 new General Elec- DEPARTMENT
tric 40-gallon hot water heater. c

FOR SALE-Irish potato seed and S. E. Kennedy, Keystone -

Porto Rico yam sweet potato Heights Fla. Itp Of -I' :, We Can Repair
vines. Leon Dlcandlo, 'Rt. 2, WANTED Respectable white I ,
Box 354, Starke, Fla. 8-8-3tp girl or woman for day-time Used Watches .. .. Alarm Clocks

care of 4-room house, following RingEngagement .
WANTED-Small, modern apartment Of All Kinds
hospital confinement.
near school on or before Bring Yours In
care Box 43 Starke Ring
,by Saturday -
August 19. Write J. 0, T.. '

care graph of, Starke Bradford, Fla.County 8-6-3tp Tele- WILL, BUY your pears and haul itpI $1.9.50u Priced.For Quick Sale A few Parts

them, regardless quantity. Give tax AvailableWe
WANTED-Old phonograph rec- full particulars quantity, price, \ .
ores, 3c per lb. None with and location to E. B. Sperry, '
paper. Phone 170, Pal Music 4516 Redwood Ave., 7 Jacksonville -
Co.., Starke, Fla. tf Fla. 8-20 2tp


tle milk, stock cows,bulls stock or cows hogs, beef, get cat-in tain .work. Carpenter's DrugStore It I Guarantee Every Watch We Sell -- New Or Used I

touch with J.. D. Odom Jr.,
FOR SALE-Large electric fan
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake
with floor stand. Not assembled -
City; Telephone 431 Lake City.
but can be put in working ,
Auction market Tuesday,

\Lake, Palatka City, 2:30,:2PM.;every every Thursday 1-6-44- Theatre.Blanding condition.Tailors Bargain., opposite S t a Park rke-itp Complete Stock BUY ON OUR LAY AWAY PLAN!

FOR SALE-30 acres good farm- LIKE NEW-Convertible and collapsible ExpansionOf
s ing land, fenced. With 8-room baby carriage. Also
dwelling house, 1 tenant house, small baby bed for sale (mat- SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY! WatchWaterProof
barn 2 out buildings 3 good tress and springs). Party leavIng -
packing shelters. Located on for Lima, Peru. Call at Your Watch Cleaned Bands
graded road 1 1-2 ml. east of home of J. B. McDonald Law- .

Farmers terms Market.Owner Part L.cash J. ,Freivatt balance tey,,Fla. P, O. Box 111., Shock-Proof. ,, Repaired, Oiled, Adjusted ----

Rt. 2, Box 26, Starke. RATION BOOK LOST-Finder I Bracelet
8-13 Stp please return to Mra. Ruth Bar- $2:75

baree, coo| Pious Camp. Rt. 2Starke. Watches Sets
FOR SALE--Good farm OS acres,
itp .Expires August 28th -
6-room house, 100 bearing pecan

,.tree.-M. D. Carter, 4 ml. westof FOR RENT-three 2-room apart-
Lawtey on Ralford-Lawtey ments 2 miles out on the new
road. 8-13 2tp Blandlng road. AU furnished

except bath. W. S. MathenyItp.

furnished house in Starke. RENTALS AVAILABLE NOW VICTORY() I
Write P, O. Box 8, Starke. Berryman Apt. 4 Court 1, $37.50

8-13 2tp Berryman Apt. S Court 1, U1. O .
Berryman Apt. 2 Court 2, $3 .00 J'
About 10 ml. west of Berryman Apt. 3 Court 2. $33 00
crop.Starke near Long Bridge. 2 1-2- Apartment, 1 ___.._.... 20.00
Apartment 2 _._.___ $20.00
acre tobacco allotment. Possession
of house Jan. 1-Ida J. Apartment 4 .___--___._ $17.00 "
Merritt. 8-13 4tp Trailer Park Cottage 1. __ $40.00 '
Trailer' Park Cottage 2. ._ $40.00 : THE
PINEAPPLE PEARS for sale- Trailer Park Cottage 3, .. $40.00
No. 1, hand-picked. $l. O' bu. Apartment 1 ___.._.._.:... $23 00 STAG
Leave orders at West. End Filling Apartment 2 ____-__-_. 25.00: ,.
S to a t lon.-F, M.: Merritt, Cabin (unfurnished) ___ $25.00 .
Road 28, near Long Bridge Cabin No. 1 (unfurnished) $12 30
Church. 8-13 2tp Williamson house (unfurnished)

_;.....__ -_-____ $40.00
LOST-white and brown plded Apartment .__T.._..__._ 12.00 CARTER BLDG. 137 W. CALL ST.Jewdry" .
heifer yearling,, marked crop Oat of Town
and half in one ear
upper crop ;
2! bedroom house, furnished
crop split under" bit In, other. ....__..___.__,_ $10000 Diamonds Military
Brand "J. S. J. S. Sapp, Law- Supplies
tey. 8-13 2tp 2 bedroom apartment, furnished Gifts
....-.._-.------ $90.00
FOR RENT-Two 2-room apart- -room apartment, furnished
ments. Hot water, electric'' refrigerators _____.____ $85.00 a
air-cooled rooms. W. T. CLUTE. RealtOr
$12 week. Phone 7, It 119 Cast Call Street