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: October 1, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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r BRA"DfORD'CO UNTY TELEGRAPH$ Sweetest This Side Strawberries of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877 .



Prizes '.' (STILL TIME TO REACH THE TOPNew Health Unit

ered For ," RegulationOn Bradford County Has Put $ 160.000lnto 3rd War Loan; Jailed On ChargeOf AnnouncesSchool

lir Exhibits Grade 1 TiresA Hog StealingTwo ScheduleThe

re c en t OPA amendment Needs $39,000 More To Reach Goal; Deadline SaturdayBradford Bradford County men are

livestock or pouf changes eligibility1 for Grade 1 In jail for hog-stealtng. William Clay-Brad ford County

though no 80 first prizes, tires for passenger cars from 241 Moss< wanted for stealing hogs In Health Unit, under the directionof
make it IF WE TRY
b& exhibited. County can still Dr. I. Abrams
i1I and a good many miles per month to 601 miles Clay County, was arrested at his R director, and'I

prizes nd i prizes will be awarded at thecounty per month W. L. Blair local rationing There is still time to go OVER THE TOP and take our rightful'place home About 10:30: o'clock; Saturday I. Mrs. Carolyn Inman, public healthnurse t

Old, November Fair I-e.which according will be nounced board yesterday.chief clerk an- on the honor roll of counties. that reach their Third War Loan night by Sheriff A. O. Andreu the schedule, has for arranged school visitation the following and

bere Sheriff of Clay County coming for
this week toy immunization.These ..
Chairman "The only persona that boardsare quotas. -< 0 him Sunday morning and lodging
T. Dyer
,.Agent exhibit L.Committee. Thts is tires permitted to holders to Issue of Grade 1 Over The Top" is where Bradford County belongs and whereit him In Jail at Green Cove Springs. the periods hours will of 9 be A.held M. and between

H! year the local AmericanPost are gasoline drive tor worthwhile He U charged with stealing a sow 12 noon at the following dates
the has been in a
has sponsored ration of 601 miles monthly or always every purpose. C
Jrd Fair although more," it was stated. and eight pigs. and place: "1
numbered the
We're used being
not to among Deputy Sheriff Melvin McKInney
held last year, Lawtey (white)-Oct. 1, 7, 14.
[ was Mr. Blair also that
only will many agricultural apply urged Immediately truckopeiators for "drop-shot", the HAS BEEN and? the COULD-HAVEUBEEN-IFS. amated compliance Dave who Crawford Is also wanted Moss ac In Rising' (white) Oct. 8, U, 21. j'

n be exhibited from the renewal of T Books for the We don't want to travel in such company. We wouldn't like it Clay County for hog-stealing. Monday Vanderbilt (whit) and New ,f
but exhibits
i communities fourth''' quarter.. afternoon and'placed him in River (whlte-oct.) 13: ,. 21, 28.

-uso be made by business exhibits firms in there!I. $ the Bradford County jail at Starke.He Hellbronn\ (white)-Oct. 22, 28, '.j
organizations.! All U charged with stealing three Nov. 4cHampton '

1 crops canned school goods exhibits, eggs. Students UseEquipment UD to noon Thursday. Bradford, Countians had invested 159.' notes.. Sheriff Andreu said (,white)-Oct. 29, Nov. '

ft work in and community booths. 109.50 in War Bonds during Sheriff Andreu and Deputy McKInney 4, 11, "

fr. shown compete for community,I the Third War Loan Drive. also! found a whiskey still Brooker (white) and Graham

jell will u Individual awards.. Each AT USO-NCCS ClubIn THE CHALLENGE This is still i $38,312.50short back of William MOM home which (white)-Nov. :5, 11, 18.

Jnunity will be composed of inH of our quota of $197- they are certain belongs to him. Hampton (colOred-Nov. 12, ;'
They'did not run Into It acciden-
accordance with the broad
which will compete 18. 21$. .
:&l entries 422.00 but Secretary of the
tally, the Sheriff hinted since they
ftndlildual p? mtuma. No permay policies laid down by USO and LETS See IF .. Treasurer Morgenthau has had Jong suspected Mosa of making Sampson (colored-Nov.: 19, \
than one ex- the Federal Security Agency thatIf
| make more YOU HAVE C5OTITTAKeS whiskey They found no whiskey, 28, Dec. 2.Wateroak.
announced that the drive will
1 ,,class or entry. is
not usedat
In the same equipment being I
(colored Nov. 28 "
wi4AT however but salvaged the valuable )- .
i Till be no fees for agrli a certain time by members of be extended through Saturday -
Weldon TO IS part of the still and destroyed the Dec. 2, 9. ;
,i exhibits, 13..A. Oct. 2.
the armed forces the facilities WAR balance.
Thurstoa colored Dec. 3 9.
( )- ,
of the Bradford County! I
ent stated and all, may be utilized by the com- With the goal in sight and 16.

AssOCiation.water and material for munity, the National Catholic two whole days in which to Football Coach New River (colored. )-Dec. 10. Ii

_j will be furnished. Howevercommunity Community Service has openedits work. It is, impossible to be- 18, 23. "

must be responsl-1 I club to meet the needs of lieve that Bradford Coun- And Captain Starke (white))-Jan. 14, 20.. 21., ,\

Kor erecting and preparing Bradford High School students. tians will let $38,312.50 stand Guests Of RotaryJames 27. 28. Feb. 3, 4.\' 10. .

Bis sand arranging exhlhbdst.: Three times weekly since the between victory and defeat. Starke (COlOred-Feb. 11, If .i

1 exhibits person are making the the property' exhibit of,I I opening of school, 80 high schoolgirls During these last two days, Hobbs, football coach for 18. 24, 23, March 2; 3. '- "

I no exhibit from outside Brad- ,during been their, gymnasium dy r take inventory of your per- the BHS Tornadoes, and Billy Brooklyn (colored-March) 10, ,
period, exercising on
| County may compete t tfor( sonal finances. Determine Colson, captain of the squad 16. 23.The.
outdoor tennis, ball, bad-
It was stated. Junior Red Cross will assist i
etball $ exactly amount were guest speakers at the Rotary -
minton, and bask courts.Use
1 with the clerical work In this immunization
jftng will be done by State :
that still invest in Club The
ultural workers from outside' Is being made of the ping ,SACRIFIcMERICP you can Wednesday pro- I I

i'ord County and all Individual pong and game room' and the N tl6BIL War Bonds THEN GO OUT. gram was in charge': of E. K. I The Health program.Unit Is now' makIng )'js'

county exhibits will be Judged bowling alleys have proven very AND BUY THEM Ferryman.. a survey of hookworm, which

Vint, second and third places, popular, and are being used to Do not wait for someoneto Coach Hobbs T discussed some will be followed up by sanitation' "

I ribbons will be'>given, The capacity. The girls have be&! come around and ask you of the many 'problems that con.. anil nutrition. i I

will be a ,la on a basts'olAlowLnq forming, teams and,' they ..take ( rs to buy a bond. Time is short front high schools ,and. college .1 '-'!,:,. ,
a* Jig points quality turns'Iii Betting up the pins IDOLLtqa and volunteer these days In, trying to turn out .
a worker might
Inrlcty 2l('I; uniformity 200:; -r :Another' Truck '
of the Class, winning team under war time : 't.--r:
9r"Members !Speech\ ;: not to You
get .
:tonal 200; .. apoearance srI see you. 'nomattetwhq'y '#
under-- the guldaw rye of,. their, conditions. He stated.. that ails Cause .Damage'
nt t and ortgtnaJity SOO points. have *
as N.'Mi7 "C" )
gyare rw, t y "
11,000 points.. : ._ gather, Mrs.' Eva *( have 1 een muh- atakI< a this H3anyone"eWMrv had only two or three '"veterans, I' 't,' 4 'M.r" I'tft"" J
1)tr. _. i':4kt: y'19e;.t.C; ;. .. "'1b.c r : war 1t"' back with the'quaa thl* year, \ At ado: .o'clock Sunday morning '

within its,power'to-- make Ine, ,to make records .ot their /% and that the line averages '20 F.: R. Miller driving east on Road '
Mr' educational 'and beneflcifl voices, which later shall be used Accept'thai last $38>>0 a$' pounds lighter per man ,that it 28 in a Johnson ia''Co. fish transportout

o exhibitors/ and assumes In, speech correction and Improvement r your PERSONAL: challengeto did last year. of ,Atlanta. Oa., collided with

control and authority over theBement. In speech making. Two do' what you can, and let's In spite of these handicaps, Minnie Bell Redman driving south
on Road 13 In a large gasoline truck
It asks the co-opera- students, Darby Peek and Virginia nut Bradford County OVER Coach Hobbs said, the same old belonging to Petroleum Carriers..,
of :
making the
everyone In :
Bradford County Fair a:' Sewell were Instructed in THE TOP ONE MORE fighting'' spirit If there and he Inc.. travelling out of Jacksonville.I r .

success I' how to operate the recording I TIME I promised fans some moments of According to an eye witness, the [
machine, which requires delicate good football during the season fish truck struck the oil truck on )[ r t
management make
wishes to
own that if'any particular I handling and they did the recordings 1'.s A.g.r.i tz.ml..r U.S. Tr uiuy D.r.rn..e M. B. Plummer just Opening. the right fender, knocking it into } ,
Harry Houston's Service Station
unity does not have an exIt of their: fellow students. Captain Colson stated that the
the fair, any individual from Since the High School !ia not At USO Dies In Miami team was showing nice progressIn gasoline uprooting the concrete Inflicting'base damage of two ', '
Reception pumps.
community In: that may place his ex- teaching stenography this year, Fire Chief Asks Malcolm Benjamin Plummer spite of a late start In prac on them and spilling/ some gasoline. ,.
of another community and there has been a demandfor For Gen. Fales ticing. He expressed appreciation Heavy damage was inflicted on the
died at his home in Miami
compete for individual on
[ prize.M.
an the course by a few of the for the fine support being oil truck. while the transport sustained -
and his "Best-: Next Thursday Monday, 27 I
Bestaney Sept. following a
Greater Shows" will furnish' students as well as several army Weeks Observance given the team and_ stated that minor damage. No one was
long Illness.
entertainment this year, and wives; a class was started last Outstanding social'event: of the crowd at last Friday's game hurt. Police Chief A L.' Alvarea >' .
lair WIll be held In a' higher Monday at 2:45: P. M. and Is be- will this He was born In Montbrook U believed to be the largest ever and State Road Patrolman Charles
Shaf- next week be reception Fla. April 23, 1819, and movedto Ingram Investigated the case. ;i
r Place than formerly. The site ing instructed by Mrs. Ruth By proclamation of President to witness a football game at ':'
be Club. tendered Brig. Gen. Eugene Fales :Miami 39 spending Both drivers were allowed to proceed y-! d
on the Johns estate justof fer. Secretary at the NCCS Roosevelt Fire Prevention ,Week year ago Bradford Park.
on their Journey. K. O. "
the Peggy railroad and west The Gregg system Is, being prac- and Mrs. Fales and, members of will\ toe observed In communities hll'tlme there with the exceptionof Special guests at this meetingwere can, Standard Oil distributor stating t

d Mr 13, in the south end of ticed. Meetings are held on Monday General Tales staff,::?to be heldat throughout the United States- from ten years spent in Lawtey, W H" Hart former secretary that damage to the service station t

of all Bradford Dyer wrote County the schools prlncl- and Friday afternoons. The this 0 the USO-YMCA Thursday October This week 3-0.;; which is observed annually where chant.,he was a .well-known- mer of the club, who 1 I. now stationed would'be taken care of by ,:,1
who are taking liability insurance on whichever
d y designating them as chalr- students night, Oct. 7, from ft until 9 ,o' in an effort to cut down the with the 69th Division at ,
Wade is truck was decided to be responsiblefor
Jean 1 Mr. Plummer survived by
of their respective community course are: Betty nation's staggering and needlessfire Camp Shelby, Miss., and John M.
General Fales Is commanding the accident. :
Pit committees and asking their Evelyn Hall Delores Creekmore, I clock. loss, Is especially significant now his widow Verdle B. Plummer Seymour retired artist and resident 0
ration in making the fair this Elise Green Lora Crews, and officer of J e' new Infantry that America's producUoil.0f. food four daughters Mrs. Lucille Shu- of Starke. It was Jut five days earlier, Tues- r
daq, Sept. 31, that a similar accident -
the best students of is essential ford ,Jacksonville Mrs. Bernice
yet. Barbara Keen. Other Replacement Training Center and Implements war ; occurred at the intersection of
wives who are Interested to the victorious completion. the Connolley, Mjami; Miss Elizabeth
and:army : at Camp Blanding. SubdivisionLast Roads 48 and 13, when two gas p
orge Tannerorge are invited to Join. The reception will be in the war. Plummer, Jacksonville; and MIss Negro pumps were torn out three oU ,
) All citizens are urged by Fire
other projects are be- Barbara Ann Plummer :Miami; drums overturned and a huge fire !
Several nature of a "community" affair Chief R. C. Buford, to take part in T. J. Alderman openedup .
orge having the four sons, George B. Plummer, started. Both of these 'had the poaBlbllitles
3-year-old son ing contemplated and an official welcome for the the observance of Fire Prevention a negro subdivision a mile south,
P. and Mrs. Dave of In the General Jacksonville; Raymond B. Plum- of 14 of being disastrous as to 1lovi
Tanner work consisting
students honor guests, and hosts on this Week which will be held from October east of Hampton .
py. died at 3 P. M. Sunday, War Program. A series of pro occasion ,'111 be the Starke Ro- 3-9 in Starke and in thousands mer and William E. Plummer, U. lots. He has already sold seven lou of lives and damage to proper- ,f j
was for stu- S. and Robert L. Plummer and the have already ty. And. Incidentally one traffic ,,
burled !Monday after2 jects are being set up Club, the Woman's Club the of other communities throughoutthe Navy: two of buyers light 'had recently been put simply ; r
2 clerical work rary nation. Miami. built houses on the properties and
lents to help In afternoon. .four USO Clubs, the Church Service "The Fire Department Is., as always moved into them, he said Monday. on "Caution" and the other one l
and office work every civic or- Funeral services were held entirely removed I f
Center and other he
been ready to come with immediate The lots averaged $30 apiece .
Two students who have ganizations. help should a fire break out. any Wednesday, Sept. 29, In the Lit- said. Two recent purchasers were I

t The Library very helpful are, Betty Jean Details of the. reception were place in Starke." states Chief Bu tle River Baptist Church, Miami, Emma Haynes who bought one lot! Baker Commissioned M MIn I

Wade and, Evelyn Hall. worked out at two recent meet- ford today, "but the war has 1m- and Interment was In Groveland and Cleveland Durban, who purchased .. t

,TREE: GROWN IN BROOKs held at the USO-YMCA and Dosed a strain' on our departmentas Memorial Park.' two. I Air Corps
slated for a Pulitzer well as on all other phases of
It is a story of tears and Local Dairyman well attended by representatives civilian: life. We are experiencinga They Take The Cake Friend here have received '

'4hter cruelty and compasa Moves To PalatkaRoy from the various organizations manpower problem as are many I handsome Invitations tothe graduation f
so crowded with life and sponsoring the ,event. industries and farms We are also 'exercle: of Class 43-1 at )

pIe and Incident that no de- R.. Mathews. who has beenn The following committee chair eager to eliminate needless calls so the niythvllle Army Air FIeld .,

Ptlon can begin to ,convey the dairy business here for the men',are' In charge:. :Mrs. O. L. that at least a part of our men and t Blythvllle, Ark, on FrIday. 'Oct. i

speno The heroine needed to : several years recently mOVed Beasley arrangements; Mrs., J. !. equipment. can be held on tap at ailt 1. The Invitations were sent by \

:0 toughness urg. for Uti In WU- past hU herd and equipment to ,. W. Klncald. refreshments and I. times to that meet. any. arise.wartime" : Tracy M. Baker. Jr., son of Mr.
thOUt kid(Brooklyn.gloves was and< lived you Palatka entering partnership I. decorations; Mra L. A. D vl., gency"For all these reasons" and because "rt end Mr*. Tracy M. Baker' of 't"'
there. Burns Keystone Heights, who wilt receive .
ler \ dairy Mrs. Edward
faced up to it w you with the Merrill hostesses; even our best efforts cannot ,
r.t down Betty Smith the !llr. Mathews was la Starke I Invitations, ; E. U Matthews, publicity I totally save or in any way replacea t C3t hU commls a Ion as 2nd

thor was graduated from the this week In connection, with the,! : Miss Madge Mlddleton, house that is consumed by flames t ;.Jt t Lieutenant in the Air Corps on

vel'Slty ot Michigan' where '___-I.,* todav of a new house : music",. I before we'are notified we urge all that date.According.
e von UI""U' '" citizens to cooperate with us in the
the Avery Topwood delivery'Iystem here by of to an announcement
aJ'd for "excellence in ften to house Matbews Dairies, and I H. N. Fairbanks president extendedthe elimination of common home fire sent out by the public relation .
Merrlll- Starke Rotary Club
and dramatic the the hazards during Fire Prevention
wrlttag" was made officer at the field. Lt. Baker Is
} his move Falespersonally
1 General
of her 8tory "Brooklyn Is stated that Invitation to Week. We further recommend that
a city. It i Is a life. You can- cause of shortage of help In and was very cordi- every family delate at least one qualified to pilot a twin-engine II I.
become member to learn how to turn In an bomber aircraft.
a Brooklynite: you starke. ally received.All .
''lSt who has assisted alarm accurately and without delay
one A. A. Sweat of Starke are Invited -
rgLNOX: is an enthralling{ Mathews here for some time citizens Generaland should fire break out despite all -1r- New Equipment ,
Mr. to call and meet
of the alarm
by times
a brilliant louth precaution. Many
s who has crammed teller Its of Is l1ving on the the place dairy building Mrs. Tales and members, of comes in too late to be effective or For Shoe ShopJohn ,

Is trawith dramatic incidents Starke, and used for cold the General's staff 1' transmitted in such a garbled 4 r
t ra and comwA1- there Is'nOW being: that Is manner that the department ts not t"b r. Tillakos. owner of the Eleetrto I
ugh the mat ttal U shocking s.&orage for the milk RevivalThe informed of the exact location of Shoe Shop on South Walnut '
JQl1tuations are handled 80i brought here from Palatka. the fire." Bt. installed the most modern piece rf'' I
and eandtdb'total will "The Fire Department knows the of shoe machinery available Mon. '
t the effect 10 Corinth Baptist Church of fire. It stands ..
common causes day. He had Mack: McDonnell who
ta lese like
than, begin an "old time revival meeting" ready during Fire Prevention Weekto ital. has been associated with the "Lan.iia" .
atom the sympatheUkeable. .Sunday night, OcU3.; and continue Interested citizen .
Of provide any people for the past 33 years,
a normal Rev. H. L. "
II and through Oct. 10. The with Information' on the best means Freddie Wlm-i install a "Landis Finisher"' at
Ctrl to abnormal drtinee night I Shown above receiving a birthday cake' from Miss a .
'I Chapin will preach Sunday of preventing fire at the source" cost of (830. .
+ The thoAllan 6th Grade of the three so!
au J. U. Norrls Monday and berley Is Mike Saluga, Technician one
was Rev. Chief Buford stated.BUILDING Mr. Tillakos has !been trying for
'trsIty graduated from the Tuesday nights. Rev. Mr. Hogarth dlers who have, spent the longest period of time, two years and seven months to secure the
of properpriorities
be went Michigan. From H Wednesday night. Rev. E. Godwin: PERMIT j four months, at Camp Blandlng. The two others sharing this honor in order to get this valuable -
; M a Rhodes Mr. IngleMdt of 2t City clerk
tinier !:? 10"1StaCt 1935 day night Rev C. A. Under date Sept. are Metro'Sturgeon (extreme left) sod Joe Fontona (extreme piece of equipment for hla. I '
Fr and Rev. Carl Johns Issued a building permit '
ins lltate""et1 back ** htt own I ,Crosby will bring the messages Saturday for $200 to Walter Thomas col- right) also T..5'.. who have been at Blending the same length of customers; for his and patience.this week He: was Is How rewarded '

''IIIaI1 at aa instructor 'In night and Sunday morning ored. to erect! a 4-rJom house In time. The cake was presented September 18, at the USO-YMCA prepared to render the beat service,
a. University. of I at 11 o'clock. A cordial invitationis Reno 30 x 14 to be used as a resi party celebrating,: the third anniversary Camps Bland Ing. in shoe repairing.t .

: extended to .all. dence' Photo by Sgt. P. J. Ruby

Invited to attend.

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PAOlo) TWO -: UCTOit)$ L ..

the week-end guest of hfr after spending few days herewith I I Class U. S. C. G., la here visitinghis I mother and frlendi: Sat urday w. w. Packhant
The Bradford County Telegraph parents Mr. and Mr*. ,L,. M. her brother-in-law and ulster parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W, night! Mrs. A. H. Kelsay recently.
Crews. Mr.'and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Packham. We are very glad to' say that Ida Hagan and )Y Ii
J..tabllshl'fl 18UiKBMHSR Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Remember the Services at Pine K. B. Swindell and B. F. Gel- Mrs. S. H Dodd, who has beenIn Starke w ere ahopPnr!

Starke spent Sunday with Ml Level Church this week-end. S'in- ger were visiting In Starke Sun- the Hospital at Bay Pines, baa Saturday

I, and Mrs. Arch Dobbs. day School Sunday morning/ at day. returned ,home. Condition very' Rev. Fred. Dodd. held( hll

_FI.ORJM pRssASsoc; >AT10N Mr. and Mrs. -J. B. Stricklan eleven o'clock. ,Everyone urged S. E. Trlest and family were I mucn Improved. Mar service at ,'b e ft
NA1muEDtrQRlAL $ of Graham were the Sunday afternoon t- to attend. flopping In Starke Saturday L. V. Williams was visiting In Church Sunday night.t Chrlll1'
: Starke Saturday night. ,
guests of Mr. and Mr*. : night.
F.. L. Matthew __________ Editor and Owner Clifton Davis. THERESSA : Pfc. Frank Kelsay of Camp Pfc. Ernest Trlest of Camp
his visiting his parents Shelby; Miss., Is visiting his parents This b a
Word has been received by, By Miss Ida Began landing was famny vat'
SUBSCRIPTION KATE family and friends that Cpl Mr. and Mrs. A. II. 'Kelsay, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest, )OllrWl1rBoDdba'ID,

Yearly $1.758 SI* Months, $1.00 Marlon L. Crews, Jr., has arrived ; Mrs. Irene Andrews was shopping Sunday. and family. t the payroll esvhnq 741! .
safely overseas. He wan previously in Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield of The Cameron family of McIntosh family pica, Which n....
I PubllNhed't'ekly on Fridays .lId' Entered. .. Second stationed with the Army In George Packham, Sea 1st Hampton were visiting' her was visiting Mr. and Mrs. are It oat )'OIll'1eU.

Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. Texas.
p Mrs. Claude Wilkins of Pensa

cola Is the guest of Mrs. R. P '

I Stubbins, Sr Have Coca-Cola =Welcome ShortSnorterIt's
Mrs. Loo Wiggins and' daugh. ,
7,000 LIVES SAVED .11.11I
ter, Marie are spending several
days in Jacksonville this week

1 For those who like to find silver linings, 'considerable with Mrs. Wiggins' mother Mr. ,I I

satisfaction can be found in the restrictions on pleasure Ida Maxwell.R. I II
driving from the fact that the number of deaths from automobile H. Cox left Wednesday for
the first New York where he will attend
accidents declined by 37 per cent during
On the back, he
to way
half of 1943.Records. .
4 will stop over In South Carolinato
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company
attend the Guernsey
how that in the first six months of 1943 the mortality rate
Joe Dobbs of Miami is spendinga
rom automobile accidents was 11.6 per 100,000 as against few days with his parents, Mr 4'
i rate of 18.4 for the first six months of 1942. This means and Mrs. Arch Dobbs.

Approximately 12,000 people were killed by automobiles in Mrs. R. P. TVIcLenclon waa the I
the first six months of 1943 as against approximately 19,000 Monday night guest of her

during the same period in 1942. Thus the restrictions on mother, Mrs. J. C Cogdlll !la 1 I i!
driving and the 35-mile-an-hour wartime speed limit can be Gainesville.'

credited with saving over 1,000 lives per month.

Safety officials are studying this record with keen inter- SUNNY BROOK FARMBy
est. They realize that after the war there will be more cars
and more speed than ever before-but they hope to find Mm.' "at Crawford

some lessons in wartime restrictions which will aid in sav- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs

ing lives when motoring returns to normal. were visiting In Palatka Wednesdays I
They know the solution cannot rest on limiting"'the use of, last week.

of automobiles. But unless safety measures are worked Frank Kerce and little son and 1 1I

out nowwhich will apply to normal times, it is feared that, Mr. Cook of Lake Butler were :

in the post-war era, the automobile will be more destructiveto visiting( Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly -
human life than war it elf. -. ., --. -, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby

Sunday afternoon.

''" Mr and Mrs. Ruben Lewis and _
UNCLE Jack Ward of"*Georgia were I f r l c_ _/ r

guests of their parents, Mr.. and _
JOE'S Mrs. W. C. Ward,. one day last ? natural for popular name to

week. acquire friendly abbreviation Tliit'i

.1. A W Alton Dobbs and daughter, El- :. why you hear Coca-Cola called "Cob.
olse were in Lake City Sunday.
Mrs. Essie Crosby and Mrs.N..

By J. I r UAURELI. E.. Crosby were visiting the for- or how to bring folks closer together :
mer's mother, Mrs. Lacy Johns, .

of New River Saturday.Mr. .
Some of my lakdtul rt'aderll'have flee, wrote a few lines on my old
asked why I don't write on model typewriter and pasted It and Mrs. Horace Knowlesof When short-snorters (trans-ocean .flyers),, meet and compare their auto / g /
of Mrs.
Starke guests
occasional column) abou: the Law. on 'a' five-gallon jug of California Knowles' parents were Mr. and Mrs. graphed dollar bills, the invitation Have a "cD"." is fairly sure to follow. S I
tey folks. Welt tr tell the truth, dry wine (three gallons
I'vo thought o* it several times grapejulce and two gallons new Frank Miss Thomas Mary, Sunday Gaskins afternoon.of Lake In three short words people strike the spark of comradesl ip.From the family
but always change my mind at moonshine):
tin. last ml.in'.e for fear of getting Wales spent last week with Mr. fireside to far-flung fronts Coca-Cola stands for tbt fans that rfrtsbcs.
DR. IIARRRLJ/S PANACEA and Mrs. Kirby Crews.C. .
In ;my a few b a unbecoming o !H However lead, slug at lev Guaranteed to Cure C. and Floyd Crosby were has become a symbol of those who see'things in a friendly light.

quite a bit of mortal research For Men Only- attending business in Jacksonville -
Dose: Over-worked and -the global
epy- Tuesday.
I have finally thought of sunvJtilpg '
I can tell that should not big swallow. Underfed and ; 'IJ' "

*1' for a lot cl fireworks, with uode..noll..llllhed-Two big swal i GUlflBRANCB high-sign

10 on the rectivlnji: ; end of asmileloading1 lows. Threatened with nervous By Mrs. T. NVNonas* I .
srotguiv breakdown-Three big swallow. ..... STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING ,COMPANY!

Since the ra\-1'on.company:\ in- Needless to say, 1' 'found that ,Mrs. Alfred Brown of Rich- ., O felt Ik*C-C(
comlderately removed a part ..t mond, Va., who is visiting her
every single one of my patients parents Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Mc-
the old strawbeir; loading plat- were threatened with a severe *
foim and my oil office li gone, of Rae at Starke, spent Thursday
case nervous breakdown!
thn place loots as desolate as aYrnkee of last week with her cousin
Cemo'.ory In the ptnywxods Mrs. T. N. Norman. .Mrs. Brown
One Fourth of July I was left
of Geoigia.. Instead c.! the will be remembered as Mlsa Dolly
to look out for' the shipments of
li.ely place H U3Vi to be during McRae.
green corn, bell pepper etc.,
shipping season. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp hadas
while J. S. (Buddy) NormaiWand
Speaking of those lively times Chappy Smith attended the picnicat dinner guests last Sunday Mr.
calls to memory a few of the and Mrs. Raleigh Conner and
Klngsley I.ake. There were .,
stunts that were pulled In those children of Starke and Mr. and ca ;rN ti
84 crates of green corn left over
of which I reF B. M. McRae and children
days some am Mrs.
and they had to sit on the wharf .
luctant to admit badly backfired. until next morning. Also, the of Pine Level.
Once when the late Dr, Geo. W. next day I bought 100 field-run Mrs. Nancy Keen spent the
Brown was in the hospital, recuperating weekend In Jacksonville and
crates of pepper that when sort Hv
from bad automobile
a Macclenny,
ed out, gave me 120 number
accident his friends on the shipping Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards
and 30 culls.
ones *
wharf would chip In each and children of, Jacksonville spent
distance Buddy and I decided to playa in this section with I:1I-f,1IFs1: the
morning to pay for a long the week-end man
phone call to Jacksonvilleto joke on Chappy. We would give relatives VICTORY
him 84 crates of damaged
the H: M. McRae of
find out how Doc was progres- Mr. and Mrs.
'. corn and the 30 hampers of cull Pin Level and Mrs. Lu Vicie PULPWOOD

sing.After he had been in the hospital peppers; then, when sold, we Davis of Sanderson were*visiting

about a week, I was delegated would guy him about how his relatives and friends in this section who THIS I : I BUTTON i ''CAMPAIGN
to do the talking and when commission house in New York Wednesday of last week and wears!
fell down on his sales.A .
the nurse Informed me that Doc were accompanied home by
; ,Wan on a straight road to recovery few mornings later we each Caroline Norman.J. .
and had a t least nine received wires from our housesIn S. Sapp and E. S..Sapp made tit/St

chances out of ten to make the New York. Buddy' wire and a business trip. to Gainesville
grade, I dashed out and shouted mine both read: "Corn and pepper Monday.

the .good news. However, I just straight saled, two fifty." Mr< and Mrs. V.. H. Keen and .
could not help but tell a little Chappy's wire aatd: "Alt corn children' spent the week-end at

lie along with the good]news, so and pepper" sold three dollars Lawtey with',UM latter' parents 'HOOK around town these days. Th's: Enlist,.today for a few extra hours of
straight. Hilliard.T .
finished up by saying And Doc Mr. and Mrs.. Carl

"has requested me tp take over his Buddy and I kept our mouths N. Norman and L. L. Norman L button will spot for you a new your time. HELP THE FARMER ,WHO
practice until he gets back. All shut and Chappy never did find : made a business trip. t 0

of you who are sick and need cut about the trick we tried to Gainesville Monday. group of patriotic "fighters".men and HAS SOME TRIES TO CUT and"If your
treatment, come to my office at play on him,' but which backfired Henry Carter, who has spent -
once. alomst as bad as Hiler's little the last two weeks in* Jacksonville .. women who are out to cut more"pulp- regular lob is cutting pulpwood GIVE
Then I dashed back to the of- picnic Into Russia! ,. returned nome Friday ofl
.ct: week. wood..for pulpwood makes smokeless 3 EXTRA DAYS at regular
I pay.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and> .
I Selma Sunday in powder and a thousand and one That's all Uncle do
Florida State Farm NewsBy. daughter. spent. ,.. Sam asks you to
J Mr. and Mrs Carlton Chastala oth.r things needed at the front. to keep some boy at the front from
E. B.
and Theodore Itanda'4. and their: and little''daughter iof Hamptonwere
RED CROSS SEWING fs.mllles. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Uncle Sam needs more pulpwood. asking, "Where's the ammunition?

The. ladles of our community Mrs. Cl: s. Oailbraltn of Jacksonville ftupp Thursday, of last w"ek. ." ...\":,So it's up to us to find ways and means1' Who at home has let us down ?"
each Tuesday ,
al'ilbusy sewing was the guest of Mr and .
afternoon on an assignment of Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld several PINE LEVEL .' of cutting.more and more.It'sa .
'. SO kit bags for the Red Cross. days last week..; By Mrs. H. M. McRae ''\
', The Sunday School very generously tough lob but It can be done
the Edgar Mooley; spent the weekend Cpt and Mrs. Y. T. My.'lck of >' .
donated toward :
in Sanford, visiting his fam- Oa., sad his :
Fort Bennlng.
filling of these bags. and in this community can
i:1: I':'. mother, Mrs. Susie Locke of everyone Give I XT!A days*t regular pay* q,

/ Mr, and Mrs. M. F, Coker Mrs. Ralph Dulvy" left Tuesday Lake Geneva were dinner guests h.lp. We ar., in ,the heart of the pulp- FARMERS
1 s,: M. ,F. Coker Jr., and children n *rr I spending a brief furloughwith of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mcl'.aa and
i' Beverly and Frank, and MUu his par "I. Mr a:II Mrs. family Friday ev a n I n g. Cpl. wood area. This whole! community is You're busy but. few extra cords of pulp
Sala Verner of Jacksonville spent J., H. Dudley.: At the present Myrlck, was her on furlough andh ; wood from your woodlot will help lot.
r Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. M. ,tUnc. he Is 1I.Uoned at Baln- <* with Mrs. Myrick left Krl.lay just like a big war plant and lust as This pulpwood shortage is serious. and
F t Bi adley. bi'dge! Md. night for a visit with his brother, very cord is needed

1.. Dr. Marian Hay of Wabhln.;ton, Miss: Mary. .fo Caldxell visited Bishop Myrick at N. A. T. T important to winning this war as any it II now you haven't pl.died: your support, do

f'D.. C., was the week-"nl guest b..- cousin, Mlw\ Lillian Msck:: in Center In Jacksonville .'
,i of Dr. and M.S. R. P. Stuh"sins. Gainesville naturev.! Mr. and Mrs. B. M, McRae and airplane, auto truck, or munitions plant.

W. E. Ica'one has accepted a J. R. Kite left Tu..sr.tay'morn.: children were visiting relatives
petition in ferry. He led last Ing for Belle Glado to attend to In Gum' Branch section Sunday. 1-
t. Monday and w.ll bot followed by business. Miss. FranKJe Humph Mrs. Ellen Lowe and son

bU family as soon us arrange- ries of Johnston Tenn. and her Bobby, were visiting Mrs. Emma *' .* *, *

ir.vnts. can ba mad for a house. brother Wayne, of UoelrO, ac- Burned a t Sanderson Sunday CHAIRMAN: NEWSPAPER PULPWOOD CAMPAIGN / ,
Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. R n.II.I'! returned .cmpanled him( down and stopped afternoon. '"
home Sunday after spend- over in W.Jt Palm Beach to Mr. and Mrs T. M Geiger of Si-

,: irg several weeks n Jackson Visit Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ktto. Ocala spent Saturday night with J"u to work at least 3 txtt days during the balance of 1943 cutting ....o

; ville.! While there )of". Uun-Ull :Mr. and Mrs. ..... A. tvigg'tis! the latter's father R. T, Drawdy.Mrs. pulpwood.Ptoas send me the campaign button which this pledge entitles me to .. ./ r (",Vt.
underwent a major operation at and daughter Marie, spent Sun- A. J. Fender of Orlando r wear, t7
l, 8;;. Luke' HOt hat. To be near day in Hampton, vUit'n; Mr. \a\ visiting Mr. and Mrs., Austin L t. N.- $#'"' rP"t
1 bl i,. daughter Mre. Woodrow Fish! ttira. Mrsi Vide Davis returned to t Ad4H' .A"t

anal sons, JoUn O. Randall Jr., Miss Esther Crewe ol Starke her horn.' at Sanderson Sunday ,* ,,--

a,, .. r ,,.:. c.


nado drive which ended up with Quarter Back Colnon, ated a very definite place of her

f Eugene Hall going over for a Full Back Hall own among the student of B.
I JOURNALSTAFF touchdown The extra point was R. Half Back Wadsworth, H. S.
not good. This ended the first L. Half Back ->- McRae,

quarter. In the second- quarter R. End Burney, Assembly Program I
,L. End Ftlyaw,
Lake Butler went over for a "
touchdown. This made the sTore R. Tackle Jack Hall, Again: the student trekked into

Editor-In-Chlef Tornadoes Defeat Lake Butler 1813 6 to 6 at the end of, the .first L. Tackle Wilkinson, the auditorium for Assembly!
Wlmberly R. Guard Bennett. The school had ,as guests, Rev.
Freddie Associate Editor half.At the beginning of the second L. Guard Shuford, Fred Yerkes of the Episcopal I
Virginia Sewell New Course Buddy Bishop. He promised exciting Record Crowd half Starke kicked off to Lake Center Manning; Church and Rev. Powell of the

games to come and en- I Sees Opening Butler. The Tornadoes got poaeslon Methodlat. Rev. Yerkea was asked -
ffiSnRoberta Whltfleld OfferedIn couraged the student body's attendance of the ball and drove Meet The Faculty to take charge of the devo-

1\18\ ;"Wg ._._ Marjorie Peek AgricultureA at the game. Captainof Game of Season down to the Tigers S yard line tional. He read from St. Matthew

__ ....-- the first game. Billy Colson, where the ball was fumbled and MKS. PAKKEKSON after which he asked Rev.
rtl Edgar- Wilkinson course In vocational agriculture spoke next. Impromptu talks Last Friday night the Torna- Lake Butler recovered It. They Meet Mrs. Farkervon the senior Powell to pray He chone aa his

L, Features JU>la, Blecha Is now being offered In were then given by various mem- does defeated Lake Butler 18 to kicked out to the SO yard line. home room teacher. Besides the subject "Gideon Testing His ,I
L Jo Caldwell Jimmy Davis, Bradford County High School bers of the football team. 13 In the first game of the sea Starke worked down and Bobby full time job of keeping the "dig- Army.* He then offered a prayer

y,IbY Faxon Phyllis Martin, and Is being taught by a well ; The cheer leaders* then took son. More people attended this McRae went over for the second nified senior l dignified", she and asked the congregation to i
Thornton known man of.this community, : touchdown. The extra point was teaches bookkeeping 'and third join In the Lord's Prayer I
Melverna over, leading the group In vari- game than have ever attendedany
Martha Lee Martin Mr. Ferguson of our own Brad- not good. year English Rev Powell then gave a pep
ably Margaret Strlngfellow ford-County. Mr. Ferguson graduated ous school yells and songs accompanied other game In previous years. In the first part of the fourth Mrs. Parkerson la from Rich- talk on the War Drive. Quote% ;
by the band. After We hope that we will be able to "In the of Patriotism .1
from North Carolina State say that even more came to to- quarter Lake Butler ran the ball mond, Va.. She attended the university I I I Spirit everyone
University,. and comes to us as thoroughly arousing the school who can buy a War' Bond
night's game when we play Ala- down to the Tornadoes SO when there and majored in
a well qualified teacher.: We are spirit of each student buy IU"!
Mr Smith .
dramatics. As minors she took
chua. threw and made a ,
Seesit they a pass
usie glad to welcome another memberto I I Mr.'Smith made some announcements -
the Lt. Spieser. who was The Tornaaoea kicked off to touchdown. They made the ex- English, History and German. regarding traffic and rid-
faculty to be one of the referees of the them lead 13 While In college, she was an active
This is offered the Tigers at the first of the tra point making ing bicycle on school: grounds.He .
rah rah! Yea, 'Bradford! only, and provides a credit boys anda game. Lt, Spieter I Is' a n All- game but took over on their own to 12. About four minutes be- member of the Honor Council asked the Cheer LeaJerw to

seem to get Jt out of half to those who The American football player from 20 yard line where Billy Colson ; fore the end 'Of the ball game the Player's Club and the lead the student body in some
can't pass. the
system after that superduperball home project connected with the He University of Pennsylvania kicked back to their .:S. The Bobby McRae shot a long pass Modern Dance Group. yells, after which be Introducedthe
game Friday night Course requires $125: gross from good encouraged a fair game and Tigers. went back to the Tornadoes to Bill Burney, who went 'over When asked what her special football player.
AND HEADY sportsmanship. The cheer 30 yard line where they for a touchdown. When the likes were she said that she had Assembly was adjourned by
IIGH LIGHTS each student at the end of the leaders
outrunning led in more yells and the threw a pass which was Inter- game ended Lake Butler was on "a passion for mystery novels." Seniors going out followed by
It Is estimated
Billy that
: Interference. proximately 60 boys will be ap-en- pep rally was then dismissed.D..' cepted by- Colson and run back the Tornadoes' 30 yard line. Though new this year In Starke, the other groups
own remember F. to their' 40.' This started a Tor- I The line up was as follows: Mrs. Parkerson has already cre -MLM
it t t Billy, but just rolled !In the class. There will be
foment regulations a a y three classes a day. Illw
I Ie
bomber Jiving at 'the 1
p the jive Through cooperation and
Lawtey, as usual stick- encouragement of county trustees
together; only ,two men online and the county school board this .
I from Starke; ,'the rest opportunity has been made pos
Lawtey. Even*"'made a sible for 'the boys of Bradford

Mown. thanks to Billy Bur- County. We expect this to soon BACK THE TEAM !

coincidence: Both How- be one of the moat popular sub-
s got their arms hurt; Howard 'jects offered.
fling suffering a broken Plans already are being drawnup
t and Glenn Howard from in the state department and

e Butler, a wrenched arm.I j will ,be submitted;; within a few '
Igh luck, boys! days for an agricultural building. 'SEE EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEASON
lers doing a swell job! I real- the building consists of a class,

|Ike the arrangements of two room and shop equipped at no ,
j and three girls .* ,.. But as cost to the people of Bradford
",...M have It thev got mix- County.It ..
u;and'( one young- lady's face is hoped that carpentry

ed as red as' her; date's other welding such, auto courses mechanics can be ,offeredto and I B. H. S. vs ALACHUA FRL OCT. 1

Ivandered over 'to the. Lake students and adults !In afternoon ,

ler side and found Daisy and night classes. More Information s

er (former member. of the regarding- these classes
H. S. faculty) rooting fOr will be announced later.- We are ADMISSION

on. (Traitor),, fortunate, Indeed, to be able to :

ck to the Starke side secure this new department for BRADFORD

Lora Crews and George the school and the community. ADULTS 55c ,
Strlngfellow! and
IS; Melba
Barton, Jewell (Carter) Johns Open HouseAt .., '

Sergeant.hubby, L. A., Mrs. Cook and USO-YWCA PARK "- STUDENTS AND I

en that swell dance"1',after- Enjoyable Event

rd Margaret at the Club Strlngfellow House. Ran and Friday night, after the opening ,,7 SERVICE MEN
football\ 8:30 P. M.
Kdy Bishop, Lorence Moncrief game of Bradford High's" : !
George Flynn,_ Pat Keen and season, the army wives 01 the / 30c
aertes'of .
YWCA-USO Inaugurated i '
)'In Urquhart. Saw ,John An ,
for the
House evening?
011 there, too. Open s'.u. hosts e ..... h \\1 1't t
student body of a'* ... wv r p.
mr quitean am'lsltIncident\ 1
; ; and hostesses! last Friday, were
'class the
business arithmetic Mr Morton Snyder (T-5)), Mrs
er day Jerome Johns moved (Pfc.), Mrs. Kurt- .
Miles Stump r
I teat to the opposite- side ot ,
Pvt. and Mrs. Solomon and (
zer ( ) SCHEDULE
room to sit by oWIlla. Jean, Mrs. Bern Millls. Mrs, Evjma ::1943 ;
few remaining days. She la .
the faculty member piexent.Vo
was .
soon for Lake City. Ralph. ,
g I house off "
start the open ., ,
axes remarked, 'Jerome must
with a bang, the hosts and hostesses I .
rk he has a monopoly on thatof "
Miss Rued,
the room." He was a lit- served together hot dogs,with punch and frosted Sept. 24 ; Lake Butler 13 \ BHS,18 .. 0 \ \ .

[ oft Noticed Dot Bar n es cakes. The attendance was ; \ ,
dug her typewriter tother day.
134 taking advantage -
about .
|o Cherry couldn't be the at- very '
of this opportunlt/ to 1. : Alachua Here
could he? ( .;.
ftion "get together." The ladies who I'
Heir "
Edgar went to Crescentover '
served later told Miss Reed that:

lal Interest the: week-end.there. Is Some she roach they had as any enjoyed they the had evening had .spentIn \ as :. .?, .- Oct.. 8 1::;f'I: ;" : Green Cove .' ':'i. .. Here :

ft or brunette T : "
Starke. ,.... ,\ 4": ., .: '
bby Biggs, Mack Futch and of those students : ": .. .
For the benefit ,
I John Anderson Friday nightthe who have not heard any i. ,:-': 'Oct; ilS ;. Newberry '.' '.: ,,' ; Here I

Peggy railroad looking for about the Open r r.. \. t' .. ... ,. .. .... ,, ,
oil definite news .. ';'iJ"li.: .., .r .. .r' '. f./ ", \0''',,,, 1
article. They "refused to the following . \ !, f t.. ," .
House, we print .... ,. '
what It were look- \ ; f ; ., .
wag they i'' : 'If'-I .
Ifor. rules and regulations''as) agreed > Oct. 21h Baldwin t Here'
by a committee of the student i. ; : ,. .. :;lj: ; : \ c.

[potted and Jotted .v a '. ,Two upon body which met with Mhs :''f'iff".' r J.. ... .,. .. h. ... .. .
senior boys, Howard Runge Reed. The committee was composed to..., -,. '\i ... .. '. "'.. 11 I'
I Phillip Latzen at thefootball, : '. .1' r' '''';;..... .. '\. I t
of Freddie Wlmberly. Mack ,)f \\.., '). rOct. 29o- ,' Hastings I. H.! "
e. Also noticed that cutebe ..', ) ,, .
: ,
Bobble Turner. Mr 'r : '. <'I. .
and .
Futon, .. ,
t here : ;,t/ ..,.' .. .
with the :,1.
years ago acted : '
|I Ie Osborne and Mrs. Evans as 1(" >. .., ,. .
Montgomery who used
boy advisors. Nov. 5 : Bolles (Jax) Here :
oe here years ago with the 1. All students from 9-12 gradesare .1.1 .:'f
of Keystone, the Baker boys, 'j "' \

Ie Stanley and the Air Invited. students J -, ...
c t 2.Invited.Visiting teams and Nov. 12 St. Paul (Jax) ''I oI//'}':'r' r Here 'f d.1'. '\ ,
P ear the junior alai" officers are h ,( -
this 3. A student may bring.an out- .' ; ,.1 :V\ \
year. a reresident.. date,. only students and -,, ..;t.,
k Futch r. side but .: .. .
Vlce-P I dent, There
; In the I
ea Mercer Mary alumni may participate l ,Nov.. 19 Jasper _. ,:# ". ( ,. ,
; Secretary !>..
activities. ,
n Wa dln; Treasurer, Loral party ,, ... ,
4. No student may leave and' ,1''
l Some management! '. -t. '

nn ought to start moving thou: 5. The come hours back. are from 10 te Nov 24 'High- Springs -, .;." ", 'Here

eople will In office.certainly fool you.I 12, -V. S. ." .

wd Robert BarksdaJe who .-' 'l,,' '

[Supposed to be woman shy, 7-H News "
rounded bv women at the
Frances C.T''i. our room. Bobby Kesslnger .

et aikin'and about Marie the Sapp dance and Mar-HerMcMillan Jones from from El Paso New, York.Texas N.Tommy Y., and SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE STARKE BEAUTY SHOP STARKE ,DRY CLEANERS & I''

with two marines Hollla Miller from Sparta burg, BEER LINNIE FOGG McCULLEY lUarr. LAUNDRY
a sailor arrived just as there S., C., We are glad to,have them
were closing with us and hope they will like S

.">y Peek and Phyllis Hasen our school. i SAM ROSENBERG & SON EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY J ALVAREZ '
ting to be a steady twosome Nancy Lightfoot, reporter. : STORE ,
Creative Writing Class.
*t heard that Jimmie Davis First Pep Rally \ THE GUIDON GRILL VAN H. PRIEST TO $1 STORE CARL
\IllIan.hanging he*,.name to Mrs. Brings Out .

<< week. Event Maybe takes m 'find place men School Spirit'The I i J. H. COURTMANCH-JeweJer DENMARK FURNITURE CO. MAUDE'S LUNCH

some day. Sho wish ImPiiment of this ROOM
Jd first pep
get In -
on the secret.' year was held Friday afternoon?, CITY TRANSFER CO. H. C. WALL AGENCY, Insurance
Pald Meddle Wlm- I
lv by Paul D'nkms' Sept. 23, before our first gameof I A & P FOOD STORE
Ice ; "You're Friday night.. Gee, W. T. JACKSON, & W. S. KUTER '
the season
td! Freddie,, bu&.who likes did we get the school spirit! I LEILA'S

AnOther amusing conversation Seniors entered the auditorium f JERRY'S PLACE "k LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON
,tty Hazel first, followed by the 9-10-11 DRESS SHOP AND BEAUTY BALONKJDD'S
"Th1 J. linen "Vic-
/ band played
/onery. The
Son think Frank T., "What grades.tory March1' and "Our Director-: SINCLAIR SERVICE MAGNOLIA HOTEL "
I'm wrlUng' on,
rkkln?' while students entered. SpeakersandT jf GUY'S MARKET \
Well, were Introducedby \
that's all for now. See specialties leader Freddie KOCH DRUG STORE BOB'S
next 1Wel'k. the chief cheer TAVERN
l Wimberly. Mr. Smith, the THE ELECTRIC SHOE
-- talk

fIc.e euppUre_of'.0 kind for first which speaker filled the gave student a body A. M. DARBY'S Across From Park Theatre H. E. TUCKER, Sinclair Agent 4 i
at The next
The Bradford County with enthusiasm.
Peph. coach.
speaker w a. assistant II


a vti9 1

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and find words of JeannetteKfncald"the) =:::::::s.::
If they hit! It Just right
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Army Wives Judy Ann VanSickel one going their way when they outstanding socIal' 'event of tlje) QUICK RELIEF

I To Be Hostesses Mr. and Mrs.. Dale VanSickel tart on a trip TommIe considered -. season" Seems the General Symptom of FRO

.-.- --- .-- -..-- -- .--. .- -.-- ..---..--.--- .----------.--. --- -. of North Hollywood,. Calif., announce himself very lucky when Is highly! pleased over the plans STOMACH DIstrtlsArtsl....
Mrs. :Miles Stump, chairman of the birth of a .daughter, he went to the Atlanta airport but what with the setting up of ULCr

Junior Club WSCS Study Class the Army Wives' group which YWCA meets, Judy Ann, 'on Friday, .Sept. 17, tother' day-and found a vacant the new IRTC at Blanding, his DUE TO EXCESSACI
at tile USO operated by the seat in bomber headed for time Is so occupied that, he can
Benefit Bridge Met FridayThe announces that the ladies of Starke In the Santa Monica Hospital. Be- a big "' .
Jacksonville After were remain only one hour, habitual/ Muat
will be entertained by that group fore her marriage Mrs. Van- they ,. Help or It Will Costae
The Junior Woman's Club gave a Fall mission study class of at a tea this afternoon (Friday) Sickel was :Miss Iris Eppersonof on their way, however the pilot latecomers will be' terribly disappointed 0"0" mllUnn .. .
benefit bridge' party Wednesday the WSC8 of the Methodist Church and if they to meet TRATMENTh8V.: ,, th,0
from 3:30: to 3:30: In the USO buildIng Starke. received a change In orders expect + b,t h evening of last week in the club. was successfully carried out last across from the poatofflce. Mrs. was told to proceed to Miami the honor guests next Thursday ymp Du om.oldUrre_...."Ulan?aridnah.nosod
building. IWday morning under the direction C. A. Knight, Mrs. O. L. Beailey. without stopping at Jaxt . rm '..., ate.tl.n. aeu.due 10.....
I be
gonna o. U_
of :Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretary E. Chas. Morotta Jr. 801 .. ....
for bridge and Mrs. beA .
Four tables wero placed Miss Madge :Mlddleton. Sl..
Tommie says he didn't mind a bit, due CO....... '
of mission study. there at 8 o'clock: sharp! .. So "'c''".
and after several progressions it was I been asked to .
H. C. Bitch have pour however and consider the\ extra for "WIII_y Mldon.Ie't'A. .ry'.
found that Miss Abbie Harley had I The book reviewed was "We Who I and to assist with introductions. Mr. and Mrs. E, Charles Mar- long i, See you there t ipltlu this treatmnoepKOCII 81 made high Mrs. H. C. Ritch second Are Americans" by Kenneth D. otta announce the birth of a son, bomber ride ample reimbursement -'
!high, and Miss Delia Rosenberg low.'Miller. Miss Olive Ray opened the Since the floors In the club build Charles, on Sunday. Sept. 26, 'ir for the alight delay .in" arriving -Carolyn. DRl"G STORE:

' Defense stamps were' given for prizes.' session with a devotional service ing are being reflnlahed. the usual St. Vincent's. Hospital,.! Jackson in Starke (IPeeped d---,-, D.... n.. L ,
The amount realized from this which. was illustrated by an impressive Thursday luncheon meeting was not ville. w
party will be used in buying a club poster. The six chapters of the held this week. This was the first, ANNOUNCING
I break In the series of luncheons mover in the window at the
bond. There is a committee from book were reviewed by the following Theatre was hostess to army people
this organization who has workedin 'members of the society: :Mrs. J. W, a year. Army wives and their at* theatre party Thursday night Monday night bridge club 'this EXTRA
the bond drive, but their reiort I ,W. E. MIddleton, Mrs 'friends are invited by Miss Sara ,giving tickets for the show to each week and saw Joe Wilson all' \ BUS SERVICE
WhlttvMr Reed director, to drop in at the
j : Freshly washed, shaved and- shintrga ... -
01'the USO units in town Re ,
has not yet been made. tWo "OT ,
( HaUl, Mrs. S. S. Dowltng Club, house 201 North Walnut Street eshments were served at the usa : clear indication that he
Light refreshments were served before 8:00 P. M. on Tuesday to .
Mrs. A. Wood and :Mrs. T. A. Hunt :
across 'the following : full
: from postofflce txpected to play a four pro- PATRONS OF FLORIDA MOTOR
at this pleasant affair. Prayers were offered by :Mrs. E. K. make Thursday reservations Oct. 7.for the luncheonon the! show."Quests'asked Miss Reedto gressions ', .' If its anything leas LIVING IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LI\ES<

Perryman and Mrs. O. C PowelL express their ,gratitude to Mrs. than four Joe say. he "just ROSE AND MEL.
WSCS CirclesCircles Mrs. T. E. Grady of the Florida Grady, 'who 'has sponsored many powders" Things going on POINTS MAY
such in the NOW GO TO STARKE. SHOP
UDC To Meet, parties_ ___ past.Carolyn _____ __u_ __ these falllsh evenings down I at OR ATTEND
of the Woman's Societyof A MOVIE AND RETURN THE SAME
Christian Service will meet Mon- I the Methodist recreation buil-Ilug ;
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, United Youth Fel'owshlp having oneo
day, Oct. 4, at 3:30: o'clock. Circle ? '
One will !be entertained fey :Mrs. E. Daughters of the Confederacy, will t those delightful hamburger SCHEDULE WEEK DAYS ONLY
S. Matthews, at her home on N. meet Wednesday October 6, at 3:45P. : Callstreet (} supper Tuesday night, cooked as
Walnut St. Circle Two will meet M;' at the .home of :Mrs. L. F : only Martha (Mrs.. G. C.) Powellcan ,!Leave Keystone A./1\1.:1; P, M4 4:161'. M.. 7-25: p.U I
at the home of Mrs. I Matthews Leave Starke 8 A. M. 5 P. M. 7 P. I
Eugene Chapman, at the State Farm. Hostesses l cook 'em '. ,. Wednesday M. 11 P. 11.I
at her home 8th and
on --- -
ONLY 45 Cents
night the Wesley class suppingtogether Round'Trip
Church Bts. Hostesses: :Mrs. : :Mrs. chapman and Mrs. R
thews and Mrs Junlua M. Mat.j I K. Cox.Kam' All the natives rally round for a few days' f leave Lola Hear Charles and

When old Lake"ButJer comes Adkins (Mr*. A.. Z.) off for a Virginia Darby have Joined the Leave Melrose 6:47 A. M. 12:39: P. M.. 4 P. M I.

to town I flying visit with Andy at theFt Santa Fe Lake colony, having Leave Starke 8 A. M.. 5 P. M.. 11. P. M.
Yes folk -. ',- r' strongly suspect Bennlng 'OCS -< -. purchased' the attractive J. L.

; that the 'traditional rivalry .-- Simmons log cabin In that vicinity !- ROUND TRIP 65c,,
between our neighboring :vlllages Hear Tommle t Bitch, back In Mrs. F. H. Long receive'
had something to do wltl4''the town for a brief respite' from his a cable this week from son Allen '"

magnificent turnout at Bradford medical studies" at Emory, got stating that he arrived safely LACY CONWAY AGENT
Park last ,Friday,night, but I more of a ride than he bargainedfor overseas, but he couldn't say

hvl 'hope that now they've started theeeasdn tother day .:. Tommie I Is offIcIally what sea TELEPHONE'147'
off In such fine fashion, tied up with the Navy, -
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the fans will keep -up the good but Is being'allowed to contInuehis Hear the reception next Tuesday .- -- .. --

work and pack the bleachers at med. course, and It" seems night for General and Mrs.

futs Jtom every game .-. Came away from that those in the service are 'allowed Fales and the General' staff,at

the fracas with my usual attackof to take a plane ride gratis, the USO-YMCA will be (In the

eye atraln, trying to see what ....__ _____.:. __ ._ I ONE for
WORMSPHENOTHIAZINE was trai.splring on the field and

h In the grandstand at one and the Anyone Having Watches Clocks
or "
same time .. Among, the many
spectators I managed to spot Left Over 60 Days the Boys

wdh were, Doc Rosier (Carpenter') '., ;:
and wife, the former making all Please Call

manner of disparaging.! remarks .', .
We can now serve you with the Lederle line of Veterinary about the Tornadoes until they ., V. H. COURTMANCH r +
completed the pus that de- .
Products including their famous vaccines, bacterins, aggres- veloped Into that last touchdown ,':*, Jeweler

sins, serums viruses and drugs for animal use. Let us help you for BHS .. ? That. convinced -- I
him ". ,r'", q'k'
.protect: your animals from many destructive diseases.. -.
Ask for a copy of "Lederle AN lUAt HEALTH ours" Amnsttig Bhlplight at the game
took place when Kap and Margaret THE. MUTUAL .LIFE
KOCH'S DRUG STORECourt Duncan (ex-Lake Butler- ,'"

tea) went over to the visitors' Insurance
Company of New York
& Call Sts. Starke Fla. side to hobnob> a while with

some of their old cronies 'f .' :
Seems they stayed,a mitelonger Js announces the appointment of
Authorized Distributor/ of than they Intended much to the I .

VETERINARY : dole chagrin of the,lItUe Duncan and NEWNAN D. WAINWRIGIIT, JR.aepresentative'of .
PRODUCTS the little MU F.V Browns who
)\ .' :iMp'.J' '
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were afraid tehoof chums ; 1 .l i ij
would theirii of the Company
accuse disloyalty ..
to BUS! .. Judging from remarks : .J; 4 .

heard of both aIdes It la 'f':7:: :' f" ., .. atSTARKE j E Qap I ..
hard that e
to imagine anything : .. -
could 'have done'' more to promote Y' f' : ifiZR[ lIl

better relations .on the army-civh- .'
Ian front than the open house '
f. r
event staged for the high school );*., j Phone 102'
STARKE FLA Bet by some of the new IRTC .'
wives at the USO-YWCA after 'tau, y government

the game James P. McNeil 715 Lynch Building i order, every

SUNDAY -, MONDAY TUESDAYQCTORBER34.5 Hear Audrey,-Stump and Blanche Manager for Florida JacksonvilleBLANDING seventh bottle

Solomon (two of tbe.hostesses) _, <0. .. .. ........ of JAX beer is reserved for the
reluctantly left' the test Ivities -
w "
Armed addition
Services. In
around 11:30: at the Inslstance of f ,

heir weary soldier husbands,who I "+. other official orders take a good-
a--- brazenly admitted that the : CENTER '", "
'te'e I ddl THE GREATEST UNTOLD STORY youngsters could take It. better I ly part of our production

than they r.However,.consider. : RESTAURANT r' ;t .which is also limited by ration

OF AMERICA'S COURAGEOUS YOUTH\!\ ing the fact that,.- they.,bad to : ing of materials..
Halls catch a 5 A M. bus to Standing, raw
rout al f the of Hire., they comeT I
wi well have 'to" ""em I As a' result there be
ru cuae may
j commanding fame and love -, ..
this time r Molly Snyder, presiding can't
$ times:
when dealer
; MARCHING INTO YOUR HEART! at the snack bar bravelyput ? your
tW .ti,, +,u,}},.,w.. aside her Impulse-,', to ,run :- '. supply you with JAX. On such
hIde when the. vanguard of the
4 occasions please be.patient. '
BHS"cheering! section made..its ,
!i first frontal attack, on the hotdog remember that the shortage is
t supply, staying' until;the 'last due to a good cause. And remember -
appetite was satisfied. She -
tells me her ''only problem was ; too, to ask for JAX.

persuading .skeptic that' the refreshments -\ ., "-' .
t. 'Z'1 again the
'., next day because your
I were: on "the house .. lot"" .',' .' wt. Jt.MIMtlR '
;i, "Seconds:,too "';,'wistfully inquired 6., Lev .. ,. :,f: : dealers: shelves will never be'

ono Incredulous lad .... '
> of for
empty JAX long.
; Molly later overcame her unac- -r Sunday Dinner .
< uafomed( shyness, however, and .l. ;,, -' .

sang a few numbers for a very Served I Until 12 Midnight
attentive audience t/- .. Even the :
.' "A.
ping pong players left their tables j\r
to listen '. ,,... : t. -$1.00-' ; 'I TO OUR ,DEALERS

"'" '.: Never-for.a minute do weforget'your
1 Understand that Bunny '(Bun- 't". "... .. '.j i -
yan) Urquharti that'sharp.article "' ;: Choice'of One"\ '' .w' problems:: We are
from lIJston way! com ;,f' .' striving constantly to keep you
pletely charmed the army-wife 'a '1; .ti ..
1r' supplied with,JAX. .When, at
hostesses with his suave manner* Roast Torn :Turkey: "
{ < Nt; I times wc"can't supply it
i ,
? .. 11/ you
In fact, the USO was literally
r next with I V Is due'cntirely circumstances -
buszlng morning
talk of how attractive and personable I I .&,..\"t.;, O'r" "v, .. ;110".1'Y beyond our control.

all BHS student are. I 'r .

Judging, from this auspicious be. : ifiV.Roast" ,"
these -.;.. : Young Hen t'koALO J
ginning, Friday night open c
house events bid fair to be among : j I the most popular items pn the I t, --With Sage Dressing _- ... .. .

My I 1 fall social calendar', > .! iVV. .
.L r RICHARD 1 QUINE 1 .ANNE GWYNNE Spotted '.n Jotted: Titian- < :,r,;..' Choice Of : (

I ( fIJJI haired Louise doing the '' JI"'a.Yi
NOAH! BEERY I Snyder .
JR. MARTHA O'ORISCOILmm I I lIt Cocktail or Shrimp Cocktail
i USO-YMCA dance Saturday night :J :

MVEMiwr WHIM FRAWUYEDCMIUIIEI i In blue and white print evening;; ,.Combination Salad With French Dressing '
101 MITCHUMWith 'dress, fashioned a Ion& hobble-

skirt lines Bet, she' being ,.: Whipped Potatoes String Beans
'mUsed theRe days by Los Angelesand
ihrHllna (shall I say?) toy a certain t. Creamed Carrots l'Jf

this i South American .. 1
MARCH OF MUSICI' ] diplomat Cottage Pudding With Vanilla Sauce ,
.. Sara Reed and Clara Mae Knight ,
..A..II..... .
"f t..........'....*f.<.*, dashing off to Jax Tuesday on a 1
"Me f..T.., Nrww". thrilling assignment to purchase w
-,_Ihh M." t i new furniture for the YVV-USO Restaurant Under New Management .i J'1N.tr .
,, fins Green proudly showing
It 1
Also off a beautiful new wtiaf watch, Joe Decker, Prop ;,'< f>,""I<.,'..
friend hus- .tW. t. ,.
from "
anniversary gift ''
1 band Alice an' Grant Evans 'CHOICE .CUTS WESTERN STEAKS & CHOPS. .i>.";-'ro.: J i\:,:'>>'?.:>'S'" ,.<>;&\'''$1' .

LATEST WAR NEWS 'shuffling off these Call Street SERVED ALL HOURS .k ,:fc "''''* '\'''' ''' ...,..> 'i ..jP'!: ; j; ,

; ,cons and dashing ,off ,to Illinois/: .. .. 6 .. w, ,.. r -. -6- ..... COMPANY.JackopvilleF10f1 1m.h

d ',,,. ; ,,;._ ,, r ..w.... ayy.. ""......... ,.......... '>I''It' .''t, ,-,,. iII*, .. ,,.' ",.A J ,

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.BITS of LOCAL NEWS of Wildwood and Mrs. Leah: Stevens for her home in Thomasvllle, Ga., Hamburger PartyMr. School at a delightful l hamburger I '
I of Tampa were week-end after a 2-weeka visit with her supper at the Nasworthy res'I' I

guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth and brother, W. M. Odum. Their : and Mrs C. H. Nasworthy dence on Walnut St. !'

' RubY Lilley ot' Quincy, I[brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and }fl', and Mrs. Harley E, Strong Miss Kate Strutb.I brother J. R. Odom. Petty Officer and Mrs T. H. Osborne were Games and contests were enjoyed
Pfc. Seeber Goodman throughout the eveningThree :
I 'Tues
her Mrs.
weekend with Titus
;I the Olson. I have returned from a visit of day for Fort Ord' Calif., after 3rd Class in the U. S. hosts Wednesday> night 'to members new members, Dr. and '
several days In Atlanta Ga. Navy was here on an 18-day of the Wesley Fellowship Mrs. Herlong Adams and Mrs. l'
-' ----- pending a furlough with relatives -
Mrs. Paul Reynolds spent Wednesday leave from his New York bane, aaA. of the Methodist Sunday Paul Hudgins, were present
in Gainesville with her In Starke and Hampton. He t
ROOMS and Mrs. Fincus took this .
! was accompanied by hid wife, opportunity
? slater Mrs. W, E. Bryant.
g 38 who Joined him in California several of visiting- home at the
| AND CABINS Mrs. E. M. Thomas and grandson,
month and who same time. :
Edgar Wilkinson, spent the week ago returned -I II
end In Crescent City visiting Mr. here with him on his fur- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs ANNOUNCING'
WITH COOKING FACILITIES and Mrs. Joseph Thomas lough. A. Z. Adklns returned Monday evenIng -
Mrs. Laura Mosely left last week Thomas O. Rltch who Is a Navy from Albany Oa., where they'
for Mobile. Ala.*where she will visIt *" medical student In Emory Univer'!0 I I I I
visited Mrs D. Forehand
500 Yards From B Gate At her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. sit)?. Atlanta Oa., arrived here Sunday - and Mrs. C. W. Johnson. morning and has spent the week]I I I also spent one night in Baconton.i
Mr. and Mrs. L P. Shepherd spent here with his mother Mrs. Carrie, Ga.. with Mrs. Carpenter's mother., HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIVERY 1
Camp I
Blanding Sunday In Montlcello visiting his Hitch. As Tommy; a Navy med Mrs; W. T. Jackson. Pvt. AndrewZ.
mother Mrs. J. E. Shepherd, ,and cal student he was entitled to. It I- .' Adklns. Jr., came over from rt. OF MILK 0
r sister, Mrs. A. I.,aasser. free ride to Florida on a big bomber Bennlng on Sunday and pent the \

Lights 'Showers'Gas Cooking Mrs. EHle Johnson spent Tuesday plane. day with his mother at the home \
ens and Wednesday In Jacksonville Mm. R W, Flscua left Tuesday I of Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Forehand. I II STARTING OCTOBER 1

,. ... shopping and (visiting her sister, I
Mrs. M. McCutcheon and niece, ,
Soldiers And Wives Only Mrs. Jerry Orosee. 19c QUART
Mrs. W. J. Epperson left

LARRY'S" PLACE several for Los months Angeles with, Calif.her,son-in-law to spend : From where I sit.. : .

KINGSLEY LAKE FLA. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale I STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE : '
Vanslckle. .
Capt. and Mrs. Sam Sternberg I > I
and children Patty and David. oJ ./ Joe, Marsh BECAUSE OF FLyCTUATING POPULATION OF
DR; O; L. HAYNES a Albany Oa., spent the week-end /
-" 'here 'with Mr. and.Mrs. N. Stern. STARKE AND OTHER WAR TIME CONDITIONS -
[nnounces: The Opening of His New Dental OfficeAt berg.Mrs. '
the Rear of'IUs Residence more, Md. last week and U visiting One of the best-llked farmers Folks are pitching In to. help
.301 Water St. Mr. and Mrs; R. E. Greene Mrs. .in these parts la Bert Childers! their neighbor harvest grain,( A STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE BASIS.
Greene before her marriage last And he has the best of and fruit and HAVE DE.'I
He Welcomes His Old Patients Back June was Miss Gloria Johns. way vegetablesandbeatin' I PLEASE DO NOT ASK TO MILK
Pvt. W. H. Hart who la 'sta the man shortage, too. are taking their reward In sod
And-Invites New Ones tioned with the 69th Division at Come husking time, Bert inability when the ,Job's done I LIVERED TO ,YOU ON CREDIT. ,'

Camp Shelby Miss.., Is spendinga vites all of his farmer neighbors ,And from where I sit, that's a ;I'. .. \,'" A
furlough here with Mrs. Hart over to have a glass of beer. mighty healthy picture of American t Alfred Sweat Deliveryman
sand their baby daughter, Kay.E. When they ask politely life-people working to. 1
OUR SODA FOUNTAINAND J. Dahmer left Tuesday "Where's the beer?" Bert points gether to get in the food this j- *
'morning for a brief visit 'with a to a bucket-full of frosty bottles country needs-and afterwards, ;( For"* f

FOOD DEPARTMENT' pephew In Pensacola. His wife In the middle of the field. slttln around like good friends, I '
"' .. had a telegram from him at noon "All you got to do," he says, over a moderate glass of whole- ; cMERRILL.MATHEWS.DARIES
Tuesday saying he had' In u
NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF two hours gone "ls! work your way out to It." some beer. I'm for It!
by plane. << d'
Mrs W. J. Epperson had as Well, Bert's Idea has eaach& ;1"1 1
guests last Friday night her son on all over the countryside d0 PALATKA, FLORIDA
'a--. o
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I
Mrs. R. L.. Epperson of Jacksonville Phone Your Orders Call 13,. ,Starke i

OUR .CLUB. ,. '. BREAKFAST :r and their eon. Ray Jr., of No. 70 of a Series Copyright, 1943,Brewing Indiatry Foundation .
t, the U; S. Navy. Ii
SERVED ALL DAY Capt. and Mrs. Elmo R. Struth .,-(
and children, Roddy and Kathy
'20c UP Lou, returned Sunday to their MIDNIGHT SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY : :f
home In Columbus Ga., after N :1 T1
spending several days with relatives ; 3 & 4 t
in Starke and DeLand.
11:30 A. M. 8:30 P.
Mrs. B. Jacobs took the occasion I Iy
of the Jewish Holiday to Li--.L--- } IIc !
Fresh Plate
Vegetable pay a few days' visit to her sonnlaw I ,
andd a u ghter, Mr, and I :
,35c. Mra. Clar e n c e Nusubaum, In
Jacksonville, returning home t i.
Four Vegetables_ Salad, Drink Thursday. J
Miss Amy Moore accompanied i
by Miss Abblo Holden, State
'Hot Plate Lunch :Manager of Supreme e Forest :
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Woodman Circle of Florida left 'Y v i
'PI y
,45c Tjcksoavllle Wednesday for Cincinnati. \ .
j.. : c\\ Ohio to1 attend a field ;

Ong.a2. treeTwo "Vtgetabtet'! 1'salad ,,'. I conference for a week, returningto "t, ': Err } ,.
.., Jacksonville Oct. 9. I ,,ts t,1'
& Drink Mrs. Pauline Torode left Satur- aa, ,r''i ,i Lrroieou/d/ esngveik '1;
day for Columbus Miss., where ahe l
will attend the graduation of her NA
I r *
son. John Arthur Torode who will o l '
receive his commission as a 2nd
OUR SPECIAL Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps.
Before returning Mrs. Torode will Yh r1t } rwCt plfitiYldQ[ gtlh WtxlTllin' 'wl"+t't "h' "
Steak Sandwich Deluxe visit her daughter Mrs. R. W. d
French Chopped Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw Sturgis, Jr., in Meridian MJ s. 'underafre/.In/ love u. and gloy h ath x ;'k M' f,' s I
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and I '
Lettuce & Tomato fought'sido byside-.With'thrlr mRnl a: ?q t
children. Billy and Martin, of s51i !I\
Lake City; Mrs. Frank G. Bauk- M s
night of Jacksonville' ; Mrs. L. M. f ,
DeSha and daughter, Marjorie, i*

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:tJ J g'which 'We still' haven't reach GOOD PAYINQUIRE
Third War Vun \
'. quota, but' we I can do It yet If ,

0'Ai; we all roll up our sleeves and NOW ,,
pitch In. II we reach that quota. :L' 1
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rAGE SIA ___ __ -- OCTonh .

-- -- pending a few days In Gaines After A brief business session I saturdaYS; t. 18, at the Station pent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Mr. and Mrs. G.

BROOKER Mrs. Griffin assisted by Mrs. J. Hospital at Camp Blanding. I Claudia Bell Lowman and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs P.'a
I ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Seville and :H. Saxon served a temptingcake Pvt. and Mrs. Otis Lowman Hazel perry at the Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Wilson kt,
Minnie' Lou Hazen :hlid ren. Billy and Johnnie of course with lemonade. Ninemembe. announce the birth of a son born County Hospital In Gainesville. Cordon Wadiii'
By Lefa
3alnesville: were Sunday dinner ... were present. Tues., Sept. 21, at the Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggles show our interest
jtients of James Cason and fam- County Hospital In Gainesville. and family of Starke were Sun- Bradford team by Hat
KED CROSS MEETINGThe BIRTHDAY DINNERMr. JASON< OF PRAYER Mr. and Mr. A. H. Perry announce day guests of Mr. and Mrs H. all games being H
ladles of ,the Red Cross and Mrs. Evan'Hodges were ily.Mr. FOR STATE MISSIONSOn B. Wiggins. I
met Wednesday afternoon with hosts at a dinner Sunday, Sept : and Mrs. Pledger Gainey Thursday Sept. 23, the W. the birth of a daughterborn Those the Mr. and Mrs. G, P .
Friday, Sept. 24, at the attending football Wa
and Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. B. F. Hazen to do Red 19, in honor of their daughter, and infant son, M. U. of the Baptist Church held I' and son Thomas
Gainesville Mon- Alachua! County Hoa pit a 1 In 1 n Starke Friday nightwere visited
18tr: YIelvin were In game
Cross sewing. The next meetingwill i Doris, who celebrated her an all day meeting observing a Gainesville. in Plant "'1
be at the home of Mrs. C. J. birthday. Dinner was served outdoors day.Mr. Season of Prayer for State Missions. : Marian Johns, Barbara :r' end. City during the u
Crews, Wednesday, Sept. 29. under the spacious oak and Mrs. Metz Cason of Mrs. Jessie Morgan prey GOAL OF 810,000 Home Emma Jo and N. B. ROsier -. Their son Walden, *
Each Wednesday afternoon at 3 surrounding the Hodges' home. LaCrosse were Sunday guests of ident was In charge of the program NOT QUITE REACHED< Jean Adklns Betty and I I to the Maritime School ,
o'clock the Red Cross will meet After dinner games were played Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and and the topics were: Hampton Is proud of the Ethel Mae.Curling, W A. Saxon Merchant Marine at at iJ

to sew. It Is necessary that all and enjoyed by all the young family. "State Mission Work Essential" amount of $8,+34.00 at noon Mr. and Mrs: L.. A. Johns,* Jr., burg Joined his! JJ
who can sew please come and people. Later in the day the Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs.. Cephus "Orphans, Indians and RuralChurches" Tuesday, Sept. 28. that has been family
help. honoree opened the many lover Harrell and son, James were In "Christian Educa- bought in U. .S. Bonds. Still we ,_ _r.. "'- _
and useful gifts presented to her. 3tarke Monday. tion.'* The readings under each have $1,666.00 yet to go. Have
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomas this occasion were about Mrs H. H. Howard and Mrs. Interesting
Enjoying of these headings were very done your part in helping to Prompt Service Careful
and son, Wayne, were In Gainesville 40 friends and relatives from J. V.. Edwards were In Gaines-. In giving an account of you save someone's boy? He may beyours. Drive; !
Tuesday.Mr. Brooker Lake Butler and Duke'sStation. ville Saturday. the mission work done by Bap- .
and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Mr. and Mrs, Grady Baxter of tist leaders In our state. Eight
Orlando were week-end guests of I Baldwin were visiting Mr. Bax- members were present and the, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. dark and Stark Taxi Servici
Mrs. T. W., Markeywere
and family. Mr. ier's Mrs. Lewis, Mon- of Valdosta
S3. M. Hazen Sat ; mother amount of 98.23.was: contributed daughter Betty
Pvt. Merle Gano of Camp Blan- in Tampa on business day, to state mL9slons.A Ga., and Mrs Florin March of .

ding Is home on a ten-dayfur-. urday.Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry anc covered dish.. luncheon was Augusta, Ga., spent Sunday and Phone ,150
Hampton HappeningsBy Mr.. and Mrs. J., L.
,lough, visiting his parents. children Frances, Helen, Jackif served at noon. Monday
Mrs. Mary Green of Jacksonville and Wilbur were week-end guests Barbara Home Meyers and family.Mr .
is Visiting relatives for two of relatives in Leesburg. Mrs LADIES COUNCIL SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks Day Nig

weeks.. Barry and son and daughter, Mrs. W. H. Griffin was hostessto Mrs. Merle Rahme entertainedwith had as week-end guests, Mrs.

Mrs. Rosa Pinholater and Mrs. Frances, will remain for an Indefinite to> Ladies Council of the a party for her Intermediate Tate Fry and family of Orlando, --- --- --- -
Lee Green and children were In stay. As Frances will Christian Church on Wednesday Class at the Christian Church formerly of South Dakota.

GainesvilleTuesday.. ) be placed in the care of a physl- afternoon Sept. 22. The Tloplc I Saturday evening, Sept., 23.: Each Mr. and Mrs.. Gordon Wads- -
Mr. and Mrs. L:. L. Parker and clan :or the. occasion was: "The Chris member of the class had the worth and family spent the FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND, ECONOMY RIDE
daughter Clenda, Mrs. J. W. Kel- Mrs. Guy Harrell has returned tian Cares for Others." Mrs. G. privilege of Inviting a guest and week-end In Jacksonville. Jerry
ly and daughter, Judy were in home after several days visit P. Wadsworth led the devotional I, about 20 'enjoyed the occasion. remained for a visit with I his FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
'Gainesville Thursday of last with relatives In Bradenton.Mrs. and opened the meeting. A hymn. Different games were played and grandmother.
week. Beulah Harrell. Mr. and "Let the Lower Lights Be Burn- later Mr Rahme assisted by Alvin W y n n. U. S. CoastGuard COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION:
Seaman let class J.. T. Sowellof Mrs. H. F. Ware, Mrs. M. O. Ing" was sung and the circle of some of the larger girls, served ,' stationed in St. Augus- PLEASE PHONE 147
Georgetown S. C., was the Harrell. and daughter Catherine, : prayer was led by Mrs. Griffin. fruit punch, sandwiches, cookies tine, spent the week-end with his
guest 'of relatives and friends visited relatives I n Jacksonville Readings on the..subject and and cake, A very nice time was pare n t s. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. .
Tuesday. Monday. Scripture quotations were given had by all present with thanksto Wynn. UNION BUS'STATION
Mrs. R. E. Hazen and daughter by all present. The quiz questions Mrs. Rahnte. Donald Keys returned Satur- .
Mary Frances, were In Gaines- were very Interesting, and day from a visit with relativesIn ,LACY CONWAY Agent!
TO etdtx CIA were followed by the dismissal BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS Indiana.
ville on business Thursday of last
prayer offered by Mrs. J. T. Sgt. and Mrs. James Hon an- Mrs Geo. Williams Mrs. R. L. Temple I Ave. Starke, Florid
$INDAYS Guy., nounce the birth of a son born Brown and Miss Hazel Brown
Mrs. Abe Crosby,, Mrs. Larson
.. :Mlntz and daughter,' Bobbie, of
.f.: 666 'Jacksonville, were here Sunday

: visiting their mother Mrs. Lee > ,l'.** t i*.x <.Y,, i ire4w 'Xflt t'; '.,9c'k? >I''>>:"'! Vt1 a' {1" ..gh ;.-, 2yYFv '
Liquid Symptoms Oalney who Is very ill ti: ....t.J., 'Al...."' ,,,'tt'l"'f r }) 'j
--- Mrs.. Lucile Edwards returned t ;.." ;>" i4'\ ;>.1,0;, : ..
$ t ? \ "{AM ''' .J'd< <> <.:f .
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<. .f
home Saturday afternoon after a O:Y 44 : '+? y 1J"\i"'': :\:..<<'" .. ,,'1,>;. %'S'" "lf
d -'=;; ;;:! ''' '<
three weeks' visit with her sister W ; :.'t,' { <<'f'f21iJii'f,1.0. : g..t: '' ..>'fj' >' .A'l.;...
GET THE .J>.'""" > : >' ; ""' -
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in New York. y" ':% ,,1i.\-\ '1.'if.t \ "
sPFEDr S1/R1 Mrs Mary Thomas Is visiting ivj .. 8n=: ; {!fit 1f 1,",, fft.i: \:
'' ? relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. : ; ,'f, lJ,4i iV;! il. .
RELIEF FOR AC/I and Mrs. Ralford Brannenand ht.itA\: ,;.;,/,".' H"Jr\o...' .......

INDIGESTION daughter, of Ralford were & .>,.,!. j" &..: f<1'- ""'<,'%.JJ&;..,," ,>.'),'"i'<.<<" y.1V'>'"$f<"'
of relatives.Mr. "j ... >{ ....
Sunday guests H ..
and Mrs. Fred Hazen. Mr. ;''.1"%,J:.,.v1 "1htf,... 'f<'J:;>@,.f.Jd!':..,*,, (;?,>.{.>

and Mrs. R. E. Hazen and G. W. ',' neat sd d '.J!,.. hi") ;:;;': 'f ;t' YlK../ '.'.;( ,
REX50 Hazen attended church at Zion's. '+,' YMn y \ 'it-f"'.......t K<,
4" .i ,(1' ;,
BISMA ''. .
Rest near Jacksonville Sunday. ,*. 'A'Xy, :J!! > / <'' .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawhorn and 'try i :>>r"pN;. ; f'!t ,4xyj. >> {!
'$?; f'i-1 <:::te ;iii: ..";,, t".i
Cecil Melvin In High 4'!{f7'W. E'rt! i'j'ol"'JV!!; ,>; ., '
were ;;;,.w ""it'Z; : ..;., ,'-i., '(;.\1-!..' ;:;"<"
Springs Wednesday, on business.
Carpenter's Drug Store Mrs. Bill Plummer, and small "I ho-vc t n Ihttm come d wn frnt Ihr mnJ hm ii
daughter, Patsy, have returned
from Miami after an extended
visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. B.

LET THE Plummer.Mr. .
and Mrs. Leslie Green and
'son, Stanley, were' shopping in
Electric Shoe
Shop' Gainesville Thursday: tw JOHN STEtWBECM

Mrs. Nancy Padgett and little < fii
Keep Your granddaughter Jackie'Cason areDr. t. E .it*I 1 .


'; new

JUST A LITTLE REPAIR I IIAVE SEEN the soldiers come down did not come back and the empty hunks,

SHOES WILL IN KEEP GOOD YOUR SHAPE Max Shane W4, from the ships and stand in long lines the blankets thrown aside as, they threw

on the docks,' theiY 'B' bags on their them, and the framed photographs on the

Quick Service And Optometrist \ backs and their riiAs slung over their steel lockers.

shoulders. ', .
Good Work
.. If bother Uttn S The have the J
your eye you c+ *A men gone up gangway
; THEELECTRIC examine them and fit you S "I have seen the snpplies I come In i y again to go into action and they jump horn
with glasses if you need them. a' the hundred with the
shiploads, locomotives and landing barges to a beach,
30,years experlenc.Holiday. tanks and trucks--acres of boxed food and bodies of their own people,land they claw
ana Sundays by eppolfttM.ftt.TIELIEPHONIE .
B.4S7 great mounds of hams, shiploads of bombs their way like animals into a hostile coast
SHOE r tacked in from keel to hatch and all '

( SHOP. 43'' T 101,. Tn Bu d"" terials that we need at' "hometeel ma"h: have seen, the hospitals with the

r Across From Park Theatre ,'-';' ,,, bridges and buildings, food for our own mauled men, the, legless and blind, the

JACKSONVILLE flORIDA 1 people, material enough to make all Amer ',fingerless hands and the burned faces- H

4 ica well fed and well housed and well the destruction that steel and fire can dole

clothed. ,a man's body and mind. In Cod's name

FUNERAL DIRECTOR what is it for except to get this horrible
"I have seen the men climb into the thoroughly
My Many Tears Kxpertonoa Makes It Possible for Me to Bender thing over with as quickly and as
Fortress in
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE the'early morning and fly away as possible And if.this is trUe.

-- MODERATE) PRIeRS sF waving; with, elaborate nonchalance.and.1(>k should not be a matter ,tWbowilllendhu

"- DeWITT C. JONES '. r have seen the gap in,the mess when they*, ,.money?.;.but'Who dare*.:not to?! "
< $; Starke, masts S "



: Quick Service High Quality 'Work

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Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors

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Member Florida National Group >b

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OCTOBER 1. 19.ta .- &lVEl'I! I


? c'01'nT. BR\OI"Ono CHt:4.ldlq : Oda. ,. on 1943.the and Ind.that. day of Reptanhber Santa. and against any and all demnation upon proper compensation point on the West line of Section North line of Section 31. Township Clay County.. Florida to the Northeast ,
nJ this ...
7 11. rLOItIU.\I/ I published. In the Bradford Order bo p ,KnnWhOM unknown for the use of the United, I 8 South, Rang* 12 I 7 South, Range S3 East Clay County corner. of the Northwest Quarter "I
i" Plaintiff. v.. Telegraph a : County to titioner' claiming or who Nato, of America In connection 1u'f.owJVor! County Florida Florida. to the point of beglnnlng. of said Section SO; thence South j
'U, Avery. C" NAND. In said Bradford newspaper published may claim to have Interest In. or with the establishment of an air approximately a.107.0 feet south ofthe containing I 1,316.70 cr.m to the point of beginning* contain- \
$ f ery- l'uelldant' one a Week for four County Florida, a general or specific lien upon the corps station and for related military Northwest corer of said Section I more or less. SEGMENT' 'B" !Ing 159 Acriv more or less NOW ;' i
la \ wk before the consecutive real Property described In said 1'.- purpose, of the following 1; thence North 00 degree SS 'that tract or parcel of land lying THKIIEFOUE. you are eommanded l' ,',, i I
1 OF ptBLIC'ATION In thin Order and return day slated utton or any part thereof by. described lands situate In Bradfordand minute West T555.6 feet more or and being In "Section' 80. Township to be and appear In the United ..; j
P !'F: FLORIDA Pfc. hand Notice the through or under any of the above (Clnr Count.. Florida, to-wit: less, along the West line of Section 7 South Range S3 jCast. Clay State District Court for the South- 1. }
ORTt F to: of ald urty and coal named parties, or any of them. Including SEGMENT "A" All that tract or 1, Township .ft South Rang County, Florida and Section! SS ern District of Florida, at Jackson-
j RF D Benaing, of his the 2nd day the husbands, wives, wid parcel of land lying and "being In 22 East and Section SO Township Township 7 South' Range SS East, VIII., Florida on the 11th day of ,
' insrjntntrY'; ?'t and September County aforesaid., 1J43. In the Slat ow., widowers, descendants, helrs- Section SO anri91. Township ? T South. Rang It Fast Bradford Bradford County Florida, more particularly .. October A. D. 143. at 10 o'clockIn
'trell (OFFICIAL SEAL at-law executor, guardian, administrator South' Range SI Kant: Section 8, County, Florid, to the Northwest i described a* follows. ; Beginning the morning of said day by filing ', ,
n flu'red to appear on Oc Circuit) Court/ ThnmRII'Clerk. *, devisees, legate. and Township 8 Mouth, )Kane IS East, Corner of said. .Section. 88, said point I at a concrete monumentat your written claim or answer l' f'
ih.,1913,1nwhrrdnvplaintiff. | County Bedford creditor. If any of the abovenamed Clay County Florida. Section 1, being on the Southeast right-of- the southeast corner of the outer In person or by attorney andto ,
h4q < ; Florida. persons and the directors Township 8 South Range 12 Rapt way line of the U. S. F. Railroad Northwest Quarter of Section SO, ''
rnw'sad :Maiden N.m. r.R .. Frank Plaintiff.R. Greene. Solicitor for I and stockholders. If any of the and Section 88 and 26. Township 7 thence along the said rlght-of. Township 7 South Range 23 East. show you what have right or claim\ title In or or Interest to :. :;'1;" t +'
I.r ; t rd County T.I..raphrl ____ &-3 5t 10-1 above named corporation and the (South Range SI East, Bradford way North 118 degree 85 minute Clay County Florida) thence North aid property and to how cause ,
rl sh thl prd.1' In n.lttboue. CAM FOR trustees thereof. If Bald corpora County, Florida more' particularly East 3IS'.1 feet to a concrete men-. 89 degree S5 minute West 5..18.. why It should not be taken for ":
m, b .. mill. tl on. be dissolved, the grantee, i described a* follows: Beginning at umvnt In Section SB, Township T feet across Section 30, Township 7 forth .
KIRK P I'M and set In
use ;
Pi-It : purpose
P ..k I ym hand and bfflclat 1 STAHKK.A'lin : this Sep-. U. P. PLORtO.t next kin of any f the laid de- Township 7 South. Rang-e 13 East, County Florida thence i South Sdegrees Florida and Section SS. Township are not to omit upon penalty '
w i
ftO.l .
itN 9urke8(8lurlda 1.0 KLA Sale fendant. above named or theirpredeceerors Clay County Florida: thence South 15 minutes- Fast 5.119 feet 7 South; Range IS East. Bradford of being barred of all claim and ',5
J. THOMAS: Sealed bid for In Interest or ao"f any 4.73S feet to the Southeast corer across Section 25, Bradford 7 South County, Florida too the Southeast Interest In and to said lands, and I" ';
A furnishing a person or person deriving In- of said Section 31 of paid Rang 12 Fast County right-of-way of the U, 8. F. o' .
Fire of default Jf.
Court having Judgment by en-
A. Clerk of ald Pump.r and( Equipment In and t..t In, or lien upon or title to Township and Range and County) Florida and Section. 10. Township: Railroad) thence Northeasterly. '
Starke Florida for the City of Stark, Florida will the said real. thence T South, "S3 Bast, Clay against you. WITNESS: my" : .t'tor..t
b* received property or any part ) continue South S.707 feet Rang along said right-of-way to its Intersection hand and official seal of this Court ::,
Lfplf, (OFFICIAL SEAL by the City Council at thereof by through or from them. along the East line of' Section 6. County Florida to the Northwa.tcorer with the North line of ,
the the lath of A.
thl day September
it 10" City Office In Starke. Florida or any of them and their respective Township 8 South Range SS Fast, of the Southwest. Quarterof .Section tfl. Township 7 South : l; i
I until two (2:00) P. M., B W. T on husbands, wives, wh'owlI. wldow Clay County, Florida, thence West said Heclon' 10; th.n. .South 00 Rang St East Bradford County. A. 1943. ,
Tuesday the 12th day'of October ..rn and their and all of their 10.437 foet across Section 4, degree SO minute East S .43. Florida; thence East along the EDWIN R. WILLIAMS. ClerK ;
M..V CONCERNS 1913. l at Which' time' and place ali successors In title and Interest. all ship 8 South Ran** S3: Ea t feet to the Southeast earner ot the North line of Section' 15. Township United State District Court !
HOW NOTiCe ir : THAT A. 1939 bids -received will he publicly open.ed of whom and whose name and County Florida and T..n-1 I Southwest Quarter of said Section! I 7 South Rang SS East Hradford Southern District of Florida" I'
s.d.n, En ln. N6. D8-89t9 and read aloud.Instruction > place of residence are unknownto Township 8 South. Rang S3 SO; thence North ". degree 15 County, Florida and Section SO SEAL) By HAROLD S DARBY..
.ppr.l "a. value of less. to Bidders.. .' Form of the Petitioner praying for con Bradford County Florida, to a minute east S, 40.1 feet along the Township 7 South Rang S3 East !.17_4t 101 Deputy Clerk.
nOM waa .el..d In Bred ford Proposal General. Conditions. De
I :, September 1. 194a. tall Specifications, Form of'Con-
FluFlrlda u.,1 In violation of 8eo. tract and Bonds may be examined.
n'. 19301, Law. of at the office of the City Clerk of \" Js
2S of 1939. and that, It Starke., Florida and at the office
of E. W, of Charles B Rlchhelmer of the
n"1Wrlior of the State Firm of Reynolds, Brewton, Smith
i Dcpaitnent't of 1 and Hill"', 5th Floor. Roberts. BuildIng b
I'.e!., for use. by the State Jacksonville, Florida, and 4' TI)
f.L; Department the property copies thereof. obtained. upon payment -
ld d.orrlbed In front of the of 110.00 for each set, which 'F (= &F.PT9
I payment will be refunded upon return )
I Et
Oc-t of auch set In good condition '. agile. t.(' '. ".'" .
;sane: claiming; any right or been within ten day. after bids have h:' } Q., a Jek ::1
( opened and read.
U in or to al I .
Krl I thereof are hereby r. The said City Council reserve
> and to make such", the right to waive any Informalities
within to thirty (JO) days fro,n In or to reject any or all bids
the first publication Each bid must b* accompanied
I.Ie milk of ao provided for by by -... Cashier's check or a certifiedcheck ;
1 Chapter 19301 Law ,of or bid bond In the amount
13 A rm of 1939, to the State of five percent ((6%) of, the base t Open lietter .' ,;
.I c' Department. ,of. Florida, bid as a guarantee that .the Bidder, IIn
...... or all uch If awarded the contract will with- '
and Interest tae anAtoald In ten ((10) con eculv.. calendar .
L p.hall cense. and terminal. day after written. notice hvlrg
W SCARBOKWfW, given of Much award enter Into a "
Lr E;State Beverage Dep.ut.ot'Florld. written contract, with the City of :
... Talluhaesee, Flor. Starke. Florida In accordance with BOYS
,9-14 It'IO.22 the accepted. hid\ and give a performance \ OUR ( ,
bond satisfactory to the TO
City of Starke equal to one hundred .
percent (100%) of the cootract ,

RI'I' i ,IP01,PLOHIUAl Plaintiff'RT.VTY PRAnFORO,IN vII CHAN.'riacclo. Marie. within No price.Bidder sixty may(80))withdraw day after his the bid rOce.. t ;

1 t NOTICE Defendant.OF PUBLICATION, TO APPEARTE Casv No.AND 2577.lER data get By City Carl for'of John the Sarke.opening, Florida thereof In tile "'(lie )

whoi-e OF FLORIDA residence to Is: Rout Mart City Clerk 9.17 3t- 10-8 .
preKCott. Arkansas. + ..
'i are required to appear on IV TUB UNITED STATES !>!,,. +Mt6ytP, t f 'Yrr ,
r tjth 1943 In the above Tiller COl'HT FOR 'I'UK: toll'II.i _
Court and cause, wherein 'HM mnntiLT OK KMmiut. I
tiff nek divorce. Bradford United. State of America, Petitioner, I
Ir Telegraph shall publish thU v.. 2.518.10 Acre of Land more or -:
In next tour weekly Issue*. : less, situated In Clay and Bradford ,
... my hand and official i Counties, Florida, and Cecil R
lit Hiarke. Florida, this Sep- Moore, et al Defendants. No. 531- ,
|r Slrd, 1943. J-Clvll, NOTICE, OF CONDEMNATION ,, ,
ilClAL SEAL) of. weld Court. : PROCEEDINGS. TO: WHOM ,
|Ink Ijindrum Starke, Florida, Those defendant who ass residents r
for Plf 9-at 4t 10-15 or believed to b* r".ld..nta of the

State E., Starke.of Florida.Florida Batten; Batten Gertrude R. L.. j I

tlRCI I'r (OIRT.: BRADFORD otarke, Florida; Boree, Dan 510 You can Count on the People .' .

HTY Y.I. FLOKIOAl. IN CHAft. Stockton Bradford St.County Jacksonville of: a, Florida political', .. ;

i. Crewe' Plaintiff v*. Vivian Hubdlvlslon of the Stat, of Florida ; C ;
) Crews Defendant.i: Case No. Bradford County Court House, ,_ : ,
Stark, Florida; Clay. County of: a
ER OF PIIBLICATION.AND political subdivision of the state : '
NOTICE TO APPEAR of Florida. Clay County CourtHouse ; ;
lATE OF FLORIDA to- Vivian> Green Cove Springs, Florida '. in This 100 % ,
e Craw, who.e residence In ; Columbia Forest &: Farms Inc. Community '
ral Delivery, Yak I mo. Wash- Emmadtne Roess, Venetia. Florida;
Farms, Inc, clo Louie L
to'app.ar onber Kurtz. Attorney at Law Consolidated "
u are required '
20th, 1943, In the. above Building Jacksonville, Florida, ;: ;
Court and cause, wherein Florida. Stat of: Spessard ... Holland .
tilt seeks divorce and Custody Governor. Tallahassee Florida \
Bradford County R. A. Gray. Secretary of Stat 1
our Child

.l""".lour i shall weekly.p1UllleQ..t.I Issues...Ord' &. .of.bL'! FI.\Irl\laJ..Tallaha Lee, ComptroIW,..c. Florida!Stele ) ol J. '.. ;.+ ., :: your*:;!!!::a tough lob. Fighting able-bodied man to do-! .!the lob I T ar.i .. f ,

...,.i... my hand ,and, official Florida, Tallahassee, 1, Florida: J. BOYS. "

I it tint Starke.\ 1943.Florida, this SepJT State Edwin of Larson Florida Stat Tallahassee Treasurer, FlorIda of. is no fun. We know that needed. This is little'enough! to ask of ,any. I -I l

PICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas Colin English, Superintendent i

j I Hill.' Williams.A* Clerk, nt Lake said Butler Court. of Florida Public; J.Instruction.Torn Watson Tallahassee Attorney. qys and this letter i il to tell you that the people of us.' r"

10.15net General of State Florida, Tallahassee 1 :
Atty, for fit.24 4t ; t tf
Florida, F'r Lou D, -
.---- Chlefland, Florida; Foremost Pr' p- c In this community'are back of you to the Well, if 3 extra work day. vill bring you
lir (OIRT. BRADFORD .rtl.., Inc., co| Louie Kuril. Attorney f
l'1 \-n'. FLOHlUAl IN: CIIVNImi. at Law Consolidated. Building; p

rn' 'Skinner. Plaintiff, vs Alex- Jaiksonvllle Realty., Florida Company; Georgia co| Joe Industrial q limit. with everything they've got.. boys home sooner or even save one 7 4 '

k }\'. Skinner Defendant.. Case Hill Williams. Attorney at Law .

IER l4 9.OP PUBLICATION AND also Lake Butler .Florida Ida J.; Hagan Hagan Theressa. Ida.- ,, boy's life .. we will put in the 3 extra' I
Florida Here at home there Is' serious
NOTICE( TO APPEAR Holder S. clo H S a pulp-v / I

1141] Rcatxitird. Avenue South Court County Clay Court County Hou..,..Florida Green Cove Clay t wood shortage. More pulpwood Is needed j *." ,I;

folklrirlnla["iu are required 'tQ appear on Springs, Florida, Johns, Leonard. We know our people and knowth.stuff } '
Florida, Johns, .
Jbrr. Uth. 1943. In the above Thornton Hampton W. and needed urgently for blood plasma : :
"d i Court whereinVntlff I. O. Hampton Florida Jon.1
| and cause, "
tanks divorce.,. Bradford A.. RFD Marke, Florida sht. }i\\

'it Order? Telegraph In next shall four publish weekly L.D, Starke E.. Starke, Florida, Florida: Lee; Kohert Knight B.Starke. N... containers, rayon for parachutes, smokes they are made of. They have been fighting ,. iI

Florida Llndsey, Walter.St. :
eafitneas'; hand andofficial Aua-uatlne, Florida; Mansell N. War on the home front : :
my : every :
food 'and thousand.thl
Moody less '
I It Starke. Florid.at"this Sepllth W.. RFD.Bradford Stark. County Florida. ;Florida; .), powder, cases a ,
<"< 1943. B F.,
JFICUL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Moore.' Florence. .1.. as' .Administratrix Moore, deceased -e.re n buying War Bonds working In i day'I'I:!+ :
[I Clerk HarrlMnn of said Court Florida of. Estate Starke,of Florida D.'Ir. Packham. ; and one other things you. ,.e boys. need :: : i ;

|r. fur Pit. Jacksonville'''e.l.1 4t.. ,10-3 F.Florida" .M.. clo: Prevatt T. J. Alderman Many M.Starke, formerly '* f. lories, on farms, and cutting ,,; .

known as Mary M. Jones. t Well we're starting a drive I right now 'n L u .
ITHK (incur. COURT oV TUB Thereasa. Florida; Roebuck H 8.. FY A" v.
f -
fnmrn; JiiucitL CIRCUIT OF RFD. Gainesville. Florida: Smith. *. ,' 7 -:* But, if more pulpwood is needed, you willthis

rOHI M-tlHIUt.) <'01'IN\j"V.AND 1M FOR CHANCERY.,nil0. Footer Phi of Bradford Starker Count Florida;Florida TasCollector v,> community I to cut more pulpwood I } >* "1

Mots Edward, Zlegler. Starke Florida, Tax Collectorof >; 0t it. This town and its people when calledy .
Plaintiff."I Clay County Florida Green z h 4vi ...*,.., ,

nl.(Frank Ziegler.E Eva Cove Mae Springs: Starke..Florida Florida; : Thomas Thomas,. 1 If we can't shoulder a gun the least w .t always and won't l i
A. J. Clerk of Circuit Court. Brad 1 ton come through. they ,: .
? ort'FLORDilt ford County, Florida Bradford'
NNA:-; FRANK ZUjIGLkR; County Court House Starke: ForidTrustees Florida '- > can dos shoulder,an axe or a "'-&J oJ ; ,
|I It I 'PP"Rlnll'' from 'the plaintiff : Thomas, Arch, iftarkfc>, ; ,.. saw.J ,' fail| you. now \ '' jOur t.,
Improvement ,
Internal .
n of
Bill of .. e
l'b''; above' entitled causTwhlch? Fund of the Stat of Florida Tallahassee 43.4 x1" df'r': .- 1'" 0 v'; ", 1 R..a '.r I

LJ'x't R'J'I '' for the an belief absolute of the divorce.lainlthatthedefendant Rosin Flc.rlda'j. nc.Turpentine, Atlantic National and. government says that it would take*:' off We Will back you up i ,"
r Jackeonville.Florida \
Anna Frank Bank Building ... .
tier', ID a resident of a state Wadsworth.P (Wadsworth I. P.. also 3 work this for each with Blood Sweat and Tftes.rQWG j : ,.

_country"a.that,. other the than residence the Stat, domlEid.V of- known Hampton.a*Florida.Gordon (b) Those defendant only extra clayso' year I
believed. to be
who are .
address of the ald de-
i( State of FlorIda .
non-resld.nt of the r
Ime il PartlcularlyTia* the
I :iJL- knohwn to the plaintiff. 1* and a* to which the following addreae.and 4 .. ..;; .dta..
.. and stated; that III the last and beat -
th ,Stat all person claiming by.through
Florida *
othe service \
upon whom would bind the 401 Florida St. C n *.vy Chase.Maryland :
6491 FlorIda -
defendant! < and that.It I I. the Low Minnie 'D e r r. f
l.f Maryland:
Chase, ,
[ th P'alntlff that the St., .
reads.* ?. Lowry. General Bumt.r t... Jr., l.tDivision
l over the age of I
Shelby, MIsIs.lppl *-
011-on. Office. Camp '
IT 11! THEREFORE: ORDERED ; McClellan. Nessls! S, Dela- -'f
t ClintonF.
,..I.th. defendant Anna Frank: van Wisconsin: Polhmu I
rile 1 an appearance herein' .. BI' Lake Avenue. Asbury M..Park forw..r ?4V sir D fi, b (
the Mary
the 4rh tut dar of October 1941, New Jersey; Prevatt f. Jones, clo .
Mary > KOjilfizci
of Complaint of tbealn.a 'IR
14 C.k'ochran. No. IV Box
her ct. IEd..ard Circuit Ziegler. Court filed 14T. Wilmington. North Carolina; '' / r f THIS AD HAS BEEN CONTRIBUTED TO THE VICTORY Y

and far'Bradford' county. Flor- River w.. aath Lillian Street Orac Savannah* Van Burn Geor"ir '- n '' ,. PULPWOOD CAMPAIGN BY,1<

Tanner D.WItt C.. Littleton.. .; .
Buren. Julia Florence.Sit
N. H,
Th Rhonald Erwin
Buren. ,
e t Naq'in laVan: Savannah Oeor-' ,I IFERNANVINA.
?2 'B. 4 Nth Street.
Backache hardware gins .ColpWy.B Valdosta, co Valdosta Georgia far oof e 3 ea Q d wo prig. f FLORIDA !'

(OTh are following unknown.pet son If* living whoseaddresses ti iodnr4it'ao P d Te L. D. VINING FIELD REPRESENTATIVE STARKE FLA. '

May Warn Ic.ased. their unknown .
of Disordered and If

IUdue1 Action heir, grantees,01'deviled ae.lglle. Forsythe:personalr.prenentatirea Bores.. 7k; ;*" 44 Mu1PwO D Don; let NATIONAL TURPENTINE & PULPWOOD ''
Ifden E.
ill.sitb.its ..i Edmondson W. : *
hairy worry
bNfWv.; habit.' Irproper eaten, .: Dan lAu D' Hagan Ida. ales knownae ... !Pronerf"1an. boy dkd'y CORPORATION ., ; :
dulaaiaIt.. Nil of eapewre and let s Ida J.Llndrev: Holder SJ Joodn.". 4b"because''you' Ued." .. '. .., I
"' ''' Ia .01'11 W. A' Water: o .
ee the hldaoYL"Rh ynot ih"-m. q. F: Norton Hugh: PE ik'aoa 5f;. I P. O. BOX 1620 JACKSONVILLE FLA!
aadtets and r.11 to tlter .__ add M Roebuck H. 8.; .
I Bentnmin
Ioi .L hwIapsrttb.tr.rtheWe-giving. St.l'a, Rob.rt E.; Summere VICTORY

asdly ..!ret unto -baekaebe, Mae HI: Van Thomas Buren. Arch n. g.: Thomas.Eva (d) The r, RAYONIER INCORPORATED : i I

... ,. ..rant.... personal :1 ,
loa Iu-od p.... ....tUO.--f.d6 ens.tan y .Ira.reprssentativea devisees or aceigne of the. PULPWOOD ? FEUNANDINA, FLORIDAwcAL :
ee h';':""'''''' .11 worn _c. Otber 81'. following persons deceased. 01' beU Y
14 brr seaafy er hoeatnquaa. .v.d to b. deceased. whose names ADDRESS 'IS< I
.....u..... and addresses ar. unknow A: : CAMPAIGN CO ITTEE'S I

_Tv Desa'e to pale P Ue.. D.-a WI' the. Charles: : ,? :: : VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMITTEE P. O. BOX 431 .:: 1-!:"-' r

T-r': .'a 6al mrn flue.s hdl i Ila siri'i t .,y. I f.'
l.sW'7-ct.it pabile.Ppr.v.b A.. reeom4teet been a yTI 1 $TARKP. FLORIDA a

_b toWarwe ...vwywbwe.I day of October. A .of UU S.'t..m-(a. g _

amended nn t.313 the 1'nlted
her, A. D. for the South..rn 4 +
Castes District I Court Florida by the llS
I of
DI.tl'te' .
aboveernamedtidotes. '"
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/ EIGHT \PFORI. rorrvrr \'RLF.flR"Pff.4RKP.. rumim FRIDAV

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Lake Alfred;; also Vivian and / teemed according to law the property 1 i don R. Davidson Mo. 15378083. Headquarters -
Young People Holy Name SocietyThe described therein will be sold to the Jt Headquarters Company, 39th
Marlon McRae gave a report highest bidder at the court house door Signal Construction Battalion. APO 1319
., Present ProgramAt from the Junior Division. Holy Name Society of St. ->n the first Monday In the month or o/o Postmaster New York.
November. 143 which Is th. 1st day You ar hereby notified that Plaintiff FRESH DRESSED
AuxiliaryThe At the conclusion of the ser Edwards Church of Staifee will of November 1(43 has filed her bin In the nature of .a POULTRYFANCY
Dated this 3>th day of September u or review' against you a* defendant
vice the audience was Invited to hold Us first Holy Name Society (Official Seal) A. J* 194"j la the above named Court and cause,
Ladles Auxiliary of thePrbytel'lal1 the manse where they were entertained Oct. Clerk: of Circuit Court of wnerein Plaintiff seeks to vacate a decree
church met Tuesday by the minister's wife group conlmunlon on Sunday 10-1-4C 10-33 Bradford County, Florida of divorce heretofore entered by RED FRYERS AND HENs
3. After Mass a Communion said Court In your behalf and you are ,
evening at eight o'clock and Mrs. Chas. H. Allen. Refreshments IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD required to appear In said Court ,and
heard a lovely candle-light service -. of sandwiches and Breakfast is to be held at the COCNTK. FLOItlDAl IV CHANCERY. cause on October 11. 1843. otherwise theellelatione HAVE NICE JLOT SELECTED
Mary A. Mandalou, Plaintiff vs. Nick ot maid bill .11be taken a. PULLETS
presented by the young: peo- cookies were served by the host USO-NCCS Club which is adjacent Mandalou Defendant. Can No. 207S.hi confessed bY you Bradford County Telegraph
*- .riB>a f\m ..ru,.'''*''''"''.'' .awn. shall publish this, Order
ple of the church. ess. to St. Edwards Church. -"--- -- -- In Us
I .
NOTICE TO APPEAR; next four weekly Issues,
Mlas Merry Beth Knight actedas The Society la unique In char STATE or FLORIDA to: Nick: Man- WITNESS my hand and official seal at CARL JOHNS
debt whose residence I* 1438 Chan Stark, Florida this September 3. 1843.
leader announced Methodist
Lawtey acter In that Its members are ninE Street N. E. Washington, D. O (Official Soall A. J Thomas,
". which was sung by the congregation 'soldiers\ who are stationed at You are required to appear on October As Clerk of said Court Near S A. L. Depot '
; then followed scripture Sunday School 10 A. M.\ Morn and llth 1(43 In the. above named Knight ai Knight Star..... Florid. Phane'
Camp Blandlcg, they come
Court and cause wherein plaintiff seeks Attorney for Plaintiff
WorldWide ftMOpIt 10-1 .
reading b y Miss Mary Louise ing Worship 11 o'clock from all parts of the United I divorce and custody of children. Bradford -

t Durxhimer. and the singing of the Communion sermon sub- States. All the men have a commend County Telegraph'aball publish ,

hymn "From Greenland's Icy ject, "The Fellowship l of The bond of unity and under. skis i Witness Order my In next hand tour and weekly official Issuesi seal ,at .. -

Mountains'* Responsive readingwas Sulnta". Youth service 7 P. M. standing"because of the universality Starke, Florida, this September 8th. 'WESPECIALIZE'IN
8 o'clock subject 1543.tofrlclal'. : ,
led by Miss Josephine Johns; Evening Worship of the Society throughout Seal A. J. Thomas, ;

and a scripture reading by MissVirginia "Test of Religion". The the country. Reverend M aJ or Ai Clerk: of laid Court. .
District Conference and Picnic T. Frank: Landrum, Starke: Florida
Durshlmer "The Church'sOne
Hayes, Catholic Chaplain of the Alt,. for Plf. o-10-t-lo/l
Foundation" was sung as a will be held at Sliver Springs on II I IRTC at Camp Blandlng has been :
I ::lYi /
duet by Misses Mary Louise Dur Tuesday Oct. .-Herbert Haz- Invited to address the Society. CIRCUIT COURT. It.ADroRDCOtlNTI' ; m o n d WeJdinj Sejj

shlmer and Marlon McRae with zard, pastor. FLORIDA! IN CHANCSRT.Worthen [
J. Sullivan, Plaintiff vs Margaret
Miss Merry Beth Knight as ac- Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Ruth Sullivan, Defendant. Case

companist.Miss Recent Births were business visitors In Jackson. No. 200S
Lila Rae Caldwell gave a villa, Tuesday. NOTICE: TO APPEAR
Deport of the proceedings at the Mr. and Mrs.: James R. Sutton STATE OF FLORIDA to Warthen J. I

bung People's Conference in Starke. Sept. 28, girl. Zack Brown returned last week Sullivan..Mw.nw whps......residence,,_......Is.. .109'....W. SOLITAIRE WEDDING
.. J''" on _._ u .. ... from a visit of several days with You are required to appear on October ,
11th, 1843 in the above named SET
I his son, Grady Brown In Dothan Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seek EXQUISITE ,RING

EVERY BRANCH OF Ala. an Order letting aside Final Decree and .....
declaring the earn a nullity Bradford CUT *
County Telegraph shall publish this Order 29.50 *69.50
Mrs Miriam Kickll t e rand In next fourweekly. Issues.
Claire are occupying Witness my hend"and official seal at $125.00
daughter Dorothy
Genuine Diamond.I.I.
Starke, .Florida; ''this Beptember5th, Marvelous
the house belonging toSirs. 1943.

noarctnceH. Marla K. Hull on Walnut (Official Seal) A J. Thomas
A* Clerk: of. said Court. .
St :MI'.. Klckllter will sublet K P. Mulcahy. Jacksonville, Florida, .
rooms and apartments. Alt,. for Plf -lo-4t in-t .
i .

C. WALLAgency Bradford The Board NOTICE County of Florid Or Public ELECTION hereby Instruction calls and of Hardwlck Edwin COUNTY.Marlowe.Marlowe FLORIDA Plaintiff,. Defendant IN CHANCFRY.".. Case Mildred: No IDENTIFICATION ." 'Huge Selection -

give notice of an election to be held on
1943 In men 3702ORDER BRACELETS
v or the following numbered Special Tax NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
Dutrlcti of laid at the "' "
School County
or FLORIDA to: Mildred
school house floe whit puplta Ineach 1.00 Up *
publlo Hardwlck. Marlowe_ whose residence Is 1.00 Up
said district for each said district Conway. South Carolina.. ,
Constant Service Over 50 Years to elect three Ill) trustees and ceases You are .required to appear on No-
the millag for the ensuing two ((2/ .
vember 1st. 18 3, In the above-named 4 -
'eror holding Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks. _
the purpose of said election divorce and no other relief Bradford
In eacn district the follwlng mane.ers -
County Telitgrapb shall publish tills Order
Please Phone 146 are appointed: In next four weekly, Issues. '
Hampton, .Special Tex School District Witness my hand and official seal at I .JOIN oUR "OWN A; DIAMOND CLUB"

.. .. -" -" L' IT .... ... T" _,.... J -- .0 No. SB Starke. Florida, this 3.h of aeptm10fficial ]
T. Saxon. bee 941. -
Lacy Wynn Seal)' A. J. Thomas
Marshall MatchettD. .A* Clerk: of atd Court, .
J. Phillips John J. Henderson, Esq.,
.tarke.. Special Tax School District Att,. for Pit
10-1-U 1023IN BACK .
Number. S '-. THE ATTACK _


TEMPTING:DELICIOUS TASTY IRISH, SANDWICHES STEW A.Jim Don, Special R.Hornsby HoorerLawtoy HarhryOsorge Roberts Number. Tat. School S District Idaac Prince STATE ORDER L Todd, OP NOTICE Todd OF FLORIDA Defendant, :PUBLICATION Plaintiff TO APPEAR to:Oas Carrie vs_No.AND Prince Carrie 2701. Buy!! Buy! -Buy:! Bonds !

Todd whose residence Is Route No. 3,
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES Volley Reddish Lori. South Carolina. .
Louie Hill You .are required to appear on Novem
r Vanderbllt, peelal.. Tax $Bool" District ber Sat U43, in the above namedCourt
Number UIIiery and cause wherein plaintiff seeks divorce The
Sapp and no other relief. Bradford
A & A LUNCHEONETTE Kirby Crews County Telegraph shall publish this Or '
J. O. Yarborough der In next four .weekly Issues Expert '

In Park Theatre Bid?. Starke, Florida Graham Tobe, Special Norman Tax School District Starke Witness. Florida. my >han"this and Oath official of September seal at STAG r 4'

Number It 1943 .
Rufus Johnson lOfflclal Seat A. J Thomas Watch And Supplies
Riley Wasdln As"Clerk: of said Court. .
O. B. Robert John J. Henderson,' Xsq, 137 'Call Street
Oeorge HirersNew Att,. for Pit. io-l-4t 10-Jt- ,
; CLASSIFIED ADS Blv.r Special Tax Seboel District Clock .

;' WANTED'IJ"Uap STRAYED OR STOLEN dark Ethan oddl.h Sapp Andrew.> Mary R.B., D Davidson-Plaintiff aYldlOlI\' \, E*fsndent,. vs Cas TheoSia No- tepafrfng F d'ai'Tax;;
r": New '
on apartments, houses or red Duroc sows u n m a rked. Floyd Wiggins > Added & Used

home for rent local**! within, 20 Weighs around 200 Ida. Any I BellbroDB, Special Number. "Tax 13It School. District ORDER. NOTICE or PUBLICATION TO'' APPEAR ''AND .

mile of Starke Information leading to recovering R. Starling STATE or FLORIDA tat Private Theo-

119 East Call Street of sow will be rewarded by Eddie n dreenV ...,,tI.h I

,W. T. CLUTE. Realtor G. H. Bennett Starke. Itp W O demonsRlalng '

.' SMALL FURNISHED Special Number. Tax 1Brttt Scbeol. District SORR Y
WANTED-Old phonograph recorcrs apartmentor Altrarea j I've Done II I Can

3c per lb. None with large room desired by refined -I Emory Lewis
couple, no children, best Harry LewisFloyd
;L paper. Phone 179 Pal Music Crosby
Co., Starke, Fla. tf references. :Must be reasonably Breaker. Special Tax' School District \
priced and conveniently located. Number. IS

:' FOR SALE:-30-acre farm, new -Phone Mr. Sawyer AmericanRed C Walter A Crosby Crews

house, barn and fence; also news Cross Camp Blandlng 101 o W. Hagen

cane mill. 1-4 mile east of Joe's or 121. Itp 10-1 st-io-aa W. H. Harrell g

Grill on old Lawtey Road 4 'ire r ktr i.i
WANTED-Woman to sew at NOTICE #
i miles from Blandlng.
Camp *
The dame and Fresh Water fish .i* < *- i s -.
Aaron Sumner 9-17 Stp Gump Blandini' Some experience OommlMlon of the State of Florida im-
required.. Call 932, Camp der and by virtue of the power and .authority .
'.' FOR SALE-Fryers and hens. Standing and ask for tailor. granted Under Section 30. of Ar.
tide IV of the
Constitution of the State
: F. M. Merrltt, Road .28 near ltp ol Florida as amended .and ratified by
Long* Bridge 9-24 4tp the voter of Florida on November. .
LOST-Black gilt pig. marked 1942 and Rules and Regulations of the.

'f FOR RENT- Clean nice bedroom crop' split In one ear and Commission to.n indefinite plans 'to period close of as time a Refuge the

r.' $4 per week. Mrs., H. straight split in other. Reward. following area la. Union and Bradford

\: Owen first house on left north Aubrey Waters Route. 2, Box: County- Beginning, Florida at:the Southeast corner of

A of Standard OH Company. Itp SOS. Starke. Itp faction 5. Township 6 SOuth Rang 22
I, East In Bradford County:' thence running
WANTED TO BUY 1-3 cord FOR RENT-Furnished apartment North 11113 feet; thence West 1.. :" f f
: ik
930 test; thence North t.320 feet: thence t 4k 1 'k L Ls
f, : yellow pine stove wood 12 InS Mrs E. J.. Dowllng 209 West, 10840 feet: thence South 1330 w

ches In length. Mrs-MoltI, COS Christian Street, telephone 113. f-et: thence West a.140 feet thence
Southwest a.MO feet
: thence South I.700 .-
,A W Madison St Itp It feet: thence West. 1 HQA roc Iliac_
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South 3:MO feet thence West 1,330 feet;
i. FOR SALE-1937 Ford Coupe In WANTED TO BUY-Automatic: thence South 1330 foil thence Welt ,
3,610 feet to County nn.r: also to New ,
.. perfect condition new motor electric Iron family ,use type. Hirer the division between the two

scat covers and brakes; & good -Mrs. Virginia Hi. tt, Brad. counties. thence 1,780 feet In r/nlon
tires not 426 South ford House. County This point Is the Southeast
f' recaps. : lip corner of the Suuthwsf quarter of the _
Street, phone 1S8: Starke Fla. North wilt quarter of Section 11 Ifl Un s t
', It FOR SALE--one Nesco oil range. ion and Bradford Counties thence running q
; good condition.-M. ,R. Judd north 1330( feetthence West 2.. _
140 fret: thence North 1910 feet thence
FOR SALE-get crib or house Starke. Itp West k
1,310 feeti: thence North S 380 feet; 4'b ,
\ poles 24 feet. R. D. Dlggs 1 1.2' thence West 1330 feed| thence. North a "
PERMANENT WAVE 69c! Do a.(40 feet: thence West o,aoo feet; "
miles north of 13
.1 Starke Road thence South 1.320 feet: thence West.
ir' first house on right beyond your own Permanent with 1 a.640 feet: thence South I.(110 feet:
Charm-Kurt Kit. C o m p lete thence East: 1330 feet, thence South
curb market. Itp 40 curlers I.UO feet: thence West i.64O feet;
equipment. Including thence South 3."4o feet, thence Cast
; FOR SALE-Table model radio and shampoo. Easy to do absolutely a.140 feet; thence South a.140 feet: 1frr
'' and valuable for sale. harmless Praised by thence Cost 1330 feet, South
camera 1 3.30 feet, thence ..tth 1339 feet: t',
\ See Tom Merrill Hollywood, thousands including Fay McKenzie thence South a.880 feetw; thence. Southeast k y: _
movie star I,BOO feet to County line; aim to
.. Camera & Gift Shop 212 East glamorous I'
New River, the division line between
Call St., Starke. Itp Money refunded.lt not satisfied. the two counties!* thence 11.120 feet to 'a _
Koch's Drug Store point 440 feet Weal of tb. Southwest '
R1WARD-for information leadlog corner of the Northwest' ouarter af the ,
Northeast quarter of Section" 37-In-Bradford ; '
': to recovery of one solid red IF YOU WOULD BVY,OR SELL County, thence running Cast: sees

; gUt, weight about,.200 Ibs un milk cows, stock cows beef cat. feet; thence North 1.330 feetr thence r ei+t
zest *.34il feet .,
: North 7.930 feett
marked. May have baby pigs: tle, stock bulls or hogs get In thence West 1320 feet; thence North ttvF

t. J. W. .Jordan Jordan's Hotel touch with ,J. D. Odonv Jr., Southeast 3.'40 feet; thence tart: 17.190 feet to the !
corner of Section 5 In Bred-
i, Court. Itp Box 247 Starke; Box: 204 Lake ford Oouat,. or from whence. the line

431 Lake began ,
\\I.' FOR SALE-Will have 350: loadsof City; Telephone City. Notice I* hereby given I that the Commission M ,
Auction market every Tuesday will hold public hearing '
dirt in Starke for sale in on \
Lake City 2:30: ; every Thurs, the 14 day of October. A. D mi. at
l' about 10 days. A. Jo!. Annls, the Roosevelt Hotel Jackjonviu.,, Flori
.. 736 East Lassiter, Gainesville, day Palatka 2 P M. 1-4-44 da at 10 A M o'olock. relative to clos
, ( ing the above described area to Hunting DON'T TELL THAT TO
i Fla. lip FOR SALE -4 cottages completely and Trapping INVASION TROOPS!
furnished electric lights Interested may appear In per. ;
WANTED Colored cook and son or by resolution or petition
, and water, 3 acres cleared I. r housekeeper must be neat, : And Don't Tell It
came and Fresh .a To The
, farm land, and coops ready for Water Patriotic
have references and health Fish Commission. Volunteer
chickens, all under good fence. : Who Ask You To Workers
.i card. Salary |20 week.-Lind- Buy More Bonds

sey Griff, Bra d for d 'Inn, Good Place. income.Starke. Apply. 9-24 Angelo's 2tp NOTICE or TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR .' :t': '" 'War Loan Drive. No Matter How During The Third

i Road 13. Itp ., Much You've Done
WOTtCB IS UERCar OrVBN. That T. You Can ,Always Do Just ,
... A
rrl4trLtt aurfuttia: orassi- J Alderman holder of Tax Certificate LITTLE
t eras Individually designed for No 120. issued tae 4t.b day ef July A.
RAPHER desires position. D IMS bar filed same In my office one
t Elva Wlttke, general delivery maternity post operative floatIng has mud application for a tax deed to BRADFORD COUNTY MUST
, kidney, g e n era! fatigue be Issued thereon Said eertlflemt embrace HANG ITS HEAD
Starke Fla. Itp the IF IT FALLS. IN SHAME
lr 'backache. Card addressed Mrs. following described property DOWN ON ITS
In the County of Bradford.' State 01 OUOTA
WANTED-2 or 3-room Pearce. 303 :Madison St., will Florida _.It: 1 OF $197,422.00
apart bring' service to Itp BCU; of NW* Ex 14 A la SS ,7ur..
, ment, anytime within next you. See. 34 Twp. II S. ft, 33 5, oonuolnlag

i morjth. Couple, both employed. WANTED waitress and dishwasher as Acre*. more .or of. isle.Tb.'assenment cold. property under STARKE ICE

Write Box ,431-M, Starke. -. Blandlng Center Restaurant the said certificate) issue wee lath COMPANY- ]L. WALL
9-21 Stp Joe Decker. 9-24 4tp name' aid*< Unknown.Unless certificate. shall_ loa r4 PmP: .

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