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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Trading and TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the



for Recreation Camp Standing Center ,. FORD COUNTY' This Side of IIeaven .f


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Official County Publication Established In 1877
NUMIIKR: NINE-
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-- Brown GrandchildDies I Xmas ActivitiesAt Tobacco Quotas
Bradford Invests
404 Rayed' USO-YMCA
Stations
Gas Of BurnsZach Xmas: (Srrrtwrja


T Take HolidayAs Wednesday Brown from returned Hartford to Starke Ala.. Bv Mobile Unit itjnn $1,327,459In The was Christmas ushered season in at of the festivities usa- Up 20 Percent,

where he was called because of; This' week's issue of the Club corner Temple and Washington

the death of his little four-year Telegraph Is devoted largely to Sis.. Sunday afternoon Dyer AnnouncesAll

Quotas Gut .... granddaughter., M;;a r J o r i e :Here Last WeekFour Christmas greeting messages WatBonds with a delightful concert presented

Brown. from Starke business men to by the T5 AOF Band, under

The little girl, only daughter hundred and forty persons their friends and customers.We Since May I, 1941 Bradfor the direction of Warrant Officer tobacco allotments have,
Several filling station operator of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Brown, were x-rayed by the State urge our subscribers toread Countlans) have Invested In Wa been Increased by 20 percent for
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Here are taking a longer .Chrlat- died Wednesday, Dec. 15, of pneumonia Board of Health's'\ Mobile X-Raj every one of*these fine Bonds to the grand total of Henry H. Graver. The programwas 1944. according to an announce-
than usual this year sponsored Jointly by all ment this week by County Agent
holiday contracted as the result ol and benefit from the 11.327,459!
JDIII menaces
drawback Is that the Unit In Bradford County on Dec ; Lk T. Dyer. The new quotas have
The only burns received a few days per sincerity and good will that after making allowance Starke USO Clubs, and at the
voluntary mat- 13, 14 and IS. The total was not Even just been received from the State
vacations not a vloualy when her clothing caught they express.In for certain number that mlgh close of the concert dinner was
1 Is enforced because of the exceptionally large this be a served member of the band. Office, 'and notices of the allot N
ttf,but fire from an open hearth. year order to give everyonean :have been cashed In, the fact remains to
portage of gasoline.\ I Mr. Brown stated that the little cause of the fact that no children opportunity to express hUholiday' that this county has well Christmas Eve night Dec. 24, menu will be mailed to farmers
dealers are being cut one- In spite of the popular IRTC,, Chorus will early in January, Mr Dyer said.No
Ail girl had a bed for her dog U were x-rayed unless known to,be greetings over a million dollars salted
third under the amount of gas the and that our limitations of space, the sing at the 'USO-YMCA at 8 further increase, In acreage:
,front of fireplace contacts: away In War Bonds which maybe ,
for
or suspects allotments be
and nearly at may expected
the' USO-NCCS
they sold In November, 'she stooped over, thrusting her Telegraph J*.this week break- used in cushioning the downfall o'clock; at
report that\ their! ,tanks Dr. I. R. Abrama, director of: 8:43 and at the USO-YMCA at 1944 except that'Bradford Countyhas ?
all robe Into the blaze. She ran from Ing a precedent of'many years If and when another depression ;
of 4.7
before the the Clay-Bradfoid County Health been given a reserve
exhausted of will ,
will be the room and was severely burn standing and using: some comes our way. 9:30 P. M. Carolling parties
month la over. Some fining ala Unit, described the x-rays mad these''' \nehsages our frontpage be organised and every soldier acres which may be apportioned,
ed before her mother could react
lion opera tors are trying to last week as being "well placed Taking all monthly quotas !Ira i and associate Is Invited to join in. where needed most by the County -\

reread their allotment out by remaining In that they were given to adults lump sum since May 194 Saturday, Christmas Day, a tea Committee,
open only half a day and her.Midnight MassOn whose jobs make it likely tha t (when the practice of as lgnini dance will be given at the USO- Ir

jelling small amounts of gas to they might pass the disease onto ServiceAt monthly quotas was first started) YMCA from 5 P. M. till 10 P. M.,, Victory CornA '
their regular customers only. Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, r a others Midnight: Bradford County has exceeded the and traditional Southern ambrosia
Mass willi amount it was 'asked to raise bj weeks the Telegraph: '
solemn high Midnight St. Mark'sChrlstmas1wiil and fruit cake will be served. few ago
Haul. be celebrated by the Rev. Father Vesper Service 1237,263. All of our quotas from afternoon special told of a stalk of cane raised,
Make Big On Sunday
194;
be ushered li May 1942 through October which branched
Michael J. Fogarty at St. Ed for children by C. W Batten, ,J
Of Red Liquor ?. ward's Roman Catholic Church,, Enjoyed SundayA with the customary midnight service totaled $933,441. while the Christmas will be presented.program Mrs. Wm. H., buts at the fourth joint, making i
400 Ave. The St. Edward's amount of bonds actually sold two stalks of cane from:;
Temple perfect
M'Ijt In St. hf ark s Episcopal Is chairman of this
&H beautiful Christmas Candlelight Thomson
Police officers :, Morgan was $1,170,704. In the first year,
Choir will sing the Holy Church at .Church and Jackson there on.This .
made what Vesper Service was held In to 1942 before avent. '
Vollle F. Manning: May 1941 May d
ind
Sacrifice of the Mass. midnight Cox colored
Sts: Beginning promptly at. week Rose ,
believed to be thi-largest haul, the First Presbyterian Church I' quotas were assigned, this county ,
,la ; On Christmas Day, Masses will Friday, the Holy Communion of stalk of corn on bit
of red liquor to be confiscated Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clocl ', Invested 156,735 In Wa Edwards To HeadV. tells a
here In recent year when they be held at 9:30: A. M. and 12' under the direction of Mrs. E. E will be celebrated with Bonds. 2 -acre farm two miles north of I
noon. the ,accmpanytng music. D. CommitteeW. Road 13, that almost
Church Btarke on
arrested T. C. McKown at a lunch Lansing, director of the Several months, after the '
with Mrs. E. M. Davis, Servicemen will be glad to "backed the cane off the boardjIt
northern of Choir,
In the part after< big known
room I Christmas holidays or a | M. Edwards well
W. O. W. know that >similar service will divided at the third joint forming -
MeetingA
13 at 11:30: P. M. oiganlst. ,
town on Dec. War Loan Drive, this county has resident of Starke, has accepted '
at of
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No. stalks corn
be held In post; Chapel
two perfect
McKown had 34 cages and two Poinsettias cathedral candles monthl Bradford
special meeting of the W.O. ; o'clock failed to reach its : quota the chairmanship of the sound full I
11:15
Blanking at : I stalk havlnatwo
of red liquor in hiaauto., and variety of evergreens madea Camp when the each:
quarts Dec. a but the months quota County Citizens' War-Time
W. will be held Friday night '
Jit. However, all service -
moblle at the' time 'of the arrests -, setting for the Young Friday ni the ears of corn. i ir.
; 31, at 7:30 P. M. Officers will lovely men who are In town are has been exceeded bring up Wealth Committee. ,,
the officers stated.' be elected and all members are Ladles' Choir.Following In average tro that the total quota In January, and continuing -
,Starting
I' cordially incited to participate ........ 1
uiged to attend. Refreshments the organ prelude the accompahylng'mU8lc.{ has been far oversubscribed.In Indefinitely, an Intensive ., rl 11

will be served-Lacy Conway,, I was a group of three favorite addition' releasing these figures, educational campaign will be !
Financial Secietary. I carols: by the choir. Scripture In to the congregation Ralph Bagwell director of administration launched throughout the entire \
cordial Invitation -
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and Its Camp guests a
I reading and prayer was by the.I for the Florida War to combat venereal ll-
ounty'
1 extended to all to
t
pastor, the Rev. Chas. H. Allen. : Finance Committee, stated: "We Edwards feels that
Mr. rMRRY
I At The LibraryAUSTRALIAN '.,' the'' Bhara in the ,'or hlp as the birthday ease
1 "Away in a Manger was of Christ'the King Is usheredIn. are very glad of the opportunityto with the combined efforts of the :

I FRONTIERby solo sung by eleven-year-old Marl : give you the comparative people' of Bradford County and

Ernestine Hill Is a colorful, Louise Durshlmer, and this was figures' for Bradford County,, ,the Health Department, under the 4
Allowed by three beautiful selections which you will notice Is A VERY direction of Dr. I. R. Abrams, the
exotic book of a great continentof trio : Mrs Wm, Xmas ProgramAt '
by the PINK STORY. job| can be done.
becauseof ,
Interest now
special Davis and
Miss Jean fl'MAY'YOU
Thomson
the presence of General Tabernacle "Let's face the fact that venereal CHRlSTmHS J

MacArthur and thousands of Mrs. Lansing. Thief Stealschurch disease, if left unchecked,
I American soldiers on Its hospitable Included on the varied and A simple, but Christcenteredprogram can and is interfering with a
shor.es. The author, beautiful program was a flute will be given Friday Tree LightsThe successful war effort. Wo will '

A Australia's foremost woman solo by Mary Alice Yaibrough, night at the Fundamental Gospel Christmas season usually brine it but Into the open," Mr. 'j/

journalist, tells the story ,of a.c cello solo by Faye Yarbrougharitone' ,, Tabernacle. ..,'Both; the children brings about a revival of the Edwards; ." BE BLESSED "
HRITMAS ot ? solo'by Cpl. Richard and young people' groups win thief" This -
the famous"outback" country meanest itory. yeart ALL THE JOYS :
WITH
solo by Mrs. Lansing and reflations. !
Kessler, violin with songs
almost the last frontier of participate ; seems that the Methodist Sunday Mrs. Reinoehl DiesMrs.
WISH wilderness on earth-1 wild and other numbers by the .* An Invitation Is extended School was the victim. POSSIBLE ON THIS

May falc ehrl.rrnu.sdeh. country of fabulous wealth, trio, quartette and choir.In to all. Friends and strangers The Rev. O. C. Powell stated .. Augustine Reinoehl ana-I GREAT YULETIDE 'i

home of a strange dying aboriginal addition to those named, the ivlll be cordially welcomed. A i yesterday that acme unknown Intruder ive of Dunkirk, France, who wither P
c.mteg rue race. She visited the choir Is composed of Misses pedal Invitation Is given to ser- entered the Methodist recreational family lived In Starke for OCCASION .

brtna reu very pearling coasts where adventurers Merry Beth Knight, Betty McRae,, vice men and their families.The building some time many years, but later moved to AND MAY THE NEW

avctel h.,11 from i all over the world. laze Fields, Virginia Durshlmer, ensuing winter months will luring the first part of the week racksonvllle, died Sunday Dec.

.... eel .f ,our Japs, Malays: and Manllamen, Marian McRae, Vivian McRae and'osephlne bring t the Tabernacle some outstanding and removed every colored light 19, at the age of 92. For many YEAR RESULT IN ..

..... : carry on a great Industry Johns. Bible teachers. It Is expected From a small Christmas tree rears she was an active member COMPLETE HAPPINESS \
I I which has supplied the world The candles were lighted by that Herbert, Lockyer, irected there.Fortunately. ot the Springfield Presbyterian
I with precious stones. Here the ushers, B. C. Holtzendorf Jr.: Wm. L. Pettlnglll.,Wm. R. Newell the thieves overlooked hurch In Jacksonville One of ,AND SUCCESS, ,/

one finds not only color and and Barney McRae, Jr., and the lad others will Include the Tab- a box In the building that her daughters, Miss Sophie

O romance, but also a continentof decorations were In charge of made/ In their itinerary. Other contained additional bulb, so lelnoehl; was at one time a ,
YI great Importance, as a store- Mrs. Thomson, Miss Luclle missionaries from various fields the lights have been replaced and I teacher In the Starke school and \I

C Inf1 house of enormous and untap- Mitchell and Mr. Allen. ire also scheduled to, come.iOil the' tree shines on. : mother daughter Mia Helen ;
.q
ped wealth. Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown, hostess lelnoehl, was an assistant In thenstoffic. Starke Beauty

LASSIE COME HOME by it t the Church Service Center, Invited Leases,Taken Mite BoxesMiss > .., In past years the Shoppe i
Eric Knight will be found the entire congregation and blisses''Reinoehl have often visited -

Fred F. Stump among new books at the LI- members of the choir to have re- In Clay CountyA Kate Struth, teacher of here ,and were guests of Mr LInnie Fogg McCulley

brary. reanments at the Center. appeared in the Clay the beginner class in the Metho- and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. i
story llat Sunday School, la very popular 't I '
Crescent last week to the
2 bounty'
with her large class and also
Seal Fund that County was reviving -
T. B. effect Clay with the children's parents. At
attention from the major -
Exceeds: $500 he December meeting of the 1
oil companies with a view t.
iVSCS she handed In f317 that
Members of the Girl Scout to prospecting for oil. Tile'article tad been collected in Mite Boxes' !

;, raised $2460 in their second stated that thousands of acres This represents the small chllIren's MERRY
II : Troop
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,; I' Tuberculosis Fund it land had been leased from
," sale of offerings to help needy
bangles", conducted last Satur- oth large and small land owners ihlldren.restlgatlon. 1
IN.A; ; 'CORNER OF lay. The Troop has raised atotal and that considerable activity '
,: of 8170 for the fund to vas now going on In the county of ill own In order
leading up to the leasing of even to learn whether or not Bradford

TH& WORLD date. Duke, county chairman more acreage. This activity resulted bounty' had come In for any of AMERICAN 1

Mrs. Glen that through Saturday from the fact that the he activity mentioned. After :
.. announces tumble 011 Co. brought In a producing railing the four representatives of
.. I of 1537.03 has been
',. a total oil well In the Ever&ladeasection ha large companies in Starke, we
I1lil;: :, t the sale of Xmas .
raised through
: sometime ago decided that Bradford County'slumber
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., I" eals, T. B. bonds and bangles.
In- been called. CHRISTMAS
The Telegraph made a little has not yet
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'JUSTICEfBEEOOffl' C f :

To You, One and All/ ,

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Where the guiding light of Peace still is the ""j''


liope pride of to its new people friendships, we pause formed and look and back old ones with j and U UflITy Y \


stronger. And as we face the future, we
grown
the folks who have been our intpir '
are grateful for eur appreciation of your plness, goodwill and contentment.
toward even
Expressing t
'alion in the past, helping us to strive of the peat yesnan4, Whatever the N.w Year hold for all ,
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greater service from year to year. extending the compliments ef the ,.f u*, may it see the realitatJon of .

This U our pledge to maintain these efforts that we season,we wish you a Season ef hap your every ambition.
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may continue to enjoy: your.confidence. THEELECTRIC V



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SHOE SHOP

EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY .

BRADFORD HARDWARE COMPANYJ. JOHN'TILIAKOS, Prop.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. .
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PAGE TWO Buford, of Norfolk, Va., quarter (NKVj N S-4)of of 80 Southeast u t hwest containing.'v""r'" 'J h ?
Fancifully and Mrs.: Quarter ( ) ".ore or I. .
and Mrs. Harley Starling, of! sled, scampered along. of Dr. ancMm Quarter (SWyl\ ) and North three which applI.ltll. ,
I napkins, i a were guests Sunday N 3-4) of Southwest alb ,
folded poinsettia quarters ( on the petition hn "ht
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Brooker.Pvt. enroute tc (SWV.) of Southeast In laid 1al- lOW
THE standing Santt P. Stubbing, Quarter COllrr "
R. '
Levis Starling, of Lak tiny red spade a Quarter (!(K!-',). All In Sectionsixteen Dated Di'rptnr,
week to and a cardboard house filled with for the holidays. 16)) Township seven (7) !I.! .
arrived last !
.. 1877 Charles, la., Tallahassee\ 1A3.31Dk1't I' I neat
E tal II tied
> spend ten days with his mother, candles, marked the place for Mrs. George Manassa and baby,, South, Range twenty (20) East 12-S 51 "luiir

MEMBER.FLORJMPRISS Mr. Kate Starling.Pvt. each little guest. Vanilla lei Cella, have returned to Atlanta :I

+ ; ASSOCIATIONNAmw.EDTQRIALASSOCIAI Vernon Dyal Mrs., of Vernor Lake cream In white with and dainty trimmed cup cakes In pintroaes Iced after visiting her parents, Mr FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE
and
: V) Charles, La, cake, Strlngtellow, for
i Dyal of Tampa, arrived Satur to match the larger Rivers I and Mrs. W. Q. FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
day to spend a few days with were refreshments. Mary several weeks. BUSSES

E. I* Matthews ._____________ Editor and Owner Mrs. Dyal's father. W. M. received many. useful and prett COURT OK THfcl COtNTlJl FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORM
IV THM A Tin
gifts. Her guests were: Peggy HHAUFOHU lOiM1*. S
Thomas. ) E.
Caldwell, Patricia PLEASE PHONE 147
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Miss Wilma Jones was a bust and Frances KLOHIUA.m
and Eleanor'Mcltale, Kay Partney UK 10.'... of SRAIIOItNt
Friday
Month. $1.00Pabll.hed visitor' to Gainesville .
Yearly .,.13; Six: ness & .. Inronpetrat.
and Henry
w Mrs t. C. Smith, of Waldo, spent Marie Wiggins, Jane NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
and Entered an Second CUss Mattert'r the week-end with Mr. and Mrs Richarde Edna Clews, Levy, LEAVE TO SELL! LAND all UNION BUS STATIONLACY
Friday
Weekly on to
and David Canova and Notice In hereby liven
at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. Clarence Frazier George of Starke,, whom It may concern that Ardvll CONWAY Agent
h
Mrs. L. A. Canova D. Crosby, lOa Guardian of t eestate
4 H. M. Richards and Mrs.. of Seabcru. Crosby, Incompetent
SAMPSON CITYBy Mrs. will on the 4th day of Temple Are. Starkej Florid'
TO ALL OUR READERS Louise Varne J. A. Bouvler. Mrs. R. P. Stub- I January. A. D 1944. apply to the
bins, Jr.. and Mrs. Richarde assisted Honorable In E.and K. Ferryman for said ,County County -,

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF Mr. and Mrs. L. B.. Harper, of the hostess In serving. at hl Judge. office In the Courthouse In
FROM said County, at 10:00
the weekendhere Stark. In
Boomtown, spent Burnell Caldwell, 3rd class petty o'clock A. M., or as noon thereafter -
with Mr. and Mr. R. J.QoodgCj officer, of the Deland Air Base, for authority a" the matter to Hell,can at be public heard or THE CHRISTMAS SEASC*
rintmui spent several days last week with private Bale the following dencrlbed -
erry Curtis Varnes was In Jackson his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. real estate an said County towlti -

vllle Saturday on business.Mr. I. G. Caldwell. From here he West Half (W(U of Northwest A PRICELESS GIFT
Strickland were business and Mrs. A. V. Varnes of went to Lake Wales to visit his Quarter (NW%) except one (1)
GRAHAM Mrs. Eva Sunday visiting Viola Caldwell.Mrs. In Northwest Corner (NW
Gainesville Friday. araham, were here mother Mrs. acre (140)
visitors to hundred forty
,i.J' By Mrs. Eva Strickland Mr. and Mrs Alvin Waadln and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Goode. A. M. Richarde, Mrs. H. Cor yard.) Nor one yards South E..t and by West, c IS SHARED BY ALL AMERICASEASON'S
M Bell left Monday night for M. ,Richarde and children, Jane five (36)
,J IJ'Judge A. Z. Adkloa, A. J. children returned to Patterson, Gene alMa all East (KMi) of Northwest
Pengacola, where he expects to ind Henry, accompanied by Mrs. I Quarter (NW%) West of BraggBranch
i'' rhomas, S. E. Sparks, of Starke Ga. Friday. Donald Bonar, who la visiting'eiatlvea Also tiouthwent Quarter
i t> and Mr. and Mrs. John Eddy, Mr; ? Mrs. Leroy Wasdln !nake his home. (SWVi) of Southwest Quarter
all Butler, spent (\8)
f, In Lake Section Sixteen
Mrs. Fred all in
( Hall and SWi/i)
(
Josle
Mrs.
I 1 and.>fr..l l'Q'1'l..lJyi'a' l :P.ln. and children of WildWOod are and Friday with relatives Township seven (7) South, flange
'Annt. Trieet'bfSWaldotattanded' his father, H. D. Wasdln. Ellis and small son of Green Cove rhursday Twenty (20) KBHI Also NorthwestQuarter
P L' ". H:1" : visiting Springs, heve returned to their : in Jacksonville: (NW\%) of NorthwestQuarter GREETIIv'S
tOM..ool.Mra.:
D1)&asdinne
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: # Eddie Wasdln, of Waldo was (NWV4) Section twenty-
of
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week herewith ,
tome after spending a Rev. L. G. Hemingway seven (7)
of lastVeeht" Township
,OB Tnesdtly relatives here Sunday. one ((21)
: ,
.. ; visiting W. J. Robrnson. Starke, was a dinner guest of Mr. South, Range Twenty (20) East
.&W.;, and MrsTA. E. Broughton Rev. W. C. Burton left Fridayto containing one hundred seventy
Harris Sunday. BLANDING TAILORS
and Mrs. W. H. Smith weren ind Mrs. E. J. more or less;
and daughters and John Ward spend a few days with relatives Mr. nine (178) acres
Jacksonville Monday on busi- Mrs. J. M. Hembree has been Commencing. at the aouthe.etCorner .
visitors to Gainesville
1 were business In Crescent City. (SB Cor) of the Dedan
t1 Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling and teas quite; 111 for .more.' than a week Church :dedan.de running (370)East I 129 E. Call Street & Blanding Center
with Mr. Mrs. Lem Brown, Mrs J.. C. with flu. three :
Mrs. children spent Sunday North one hundred
: Mr. and Roy Reynolds and thence
.d 3app; and children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman, of Orlando yards forty (140) yards, thewe West a .. _._ -4 a., ...-.-, -.. "" .. _
wire J. E. Brown were shoppingn arrived Saturday to spend three hundred seventy (370) .
t thence South one hundred .0--,", - - ----- -
Gainesville Monday.Mrs. some time with Supt. and Mrs. forty yards. (140) yards to point of be-
DRV CLEANING & TAILORING Gilbert and children, of L. F. Chapman.Mrs. g-lnnlnff In Southeast QuarterSone(1)acreedeep7acrossethe
(tiE.,.) of Southeast
lAwtey, were here Sunday visitIng R.' J. Kite spent Tuesdayn (( 0
Work Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mr. and Tallahassee visiting Justice
Service High Quality Northeast 0
j Quick South (S) side of
Mrs. Glenn Terrell.
Urs. J. E. Brown. .md Quarter < Quarter
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown were Spec. I. 1st Class A. L. Buford (SE%). AIsoSoutheast Three-
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; Malting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKinney ''__.,..... ._ ar .... ._--,- ... ""' .. !O
NEW METHOD CLEANERS in Hampton Friday night. -
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; Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Proprietors FLA. STATE FARM

315 TEMPLE AVE. By. E. R. Bouvier
PHONE 135 IN THE GOOD OLDAMERICAN

LOVELY BIRTHDAY PARTY .
STARKE, FLORIDACHEERIO
Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, Sr., entertained WAY
at a very lovely party

Wednesday afternoon Dec. 15, a A
celebrating the sixth birthday anniversary
r of her little granddaughter A FROM THE MEMBERS OF THIS A

*' Mary Rivers Stubblns. ORGANIZATION
oCr A beautifully trimmed cedar tree
'" occupied one end of the.Iarge living -
room, and soft lights In un- 00
usual arrangements adorned the I

mantel and piano. Covered with
a handsome lace cloth, the dining
table was especially attractive, THESMART P., S. STORES
centered with a small lighted tree.
At one end a prettily decorated, SHOPPE
'C H f I n andle-llghted cake, and at the .. STARKE, FLORIDA
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other a "Santa", with a reindeer ..At ,_ - - -)

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T THE f dO9S J S SOF I rrI
> Hoi!, Merrily we,\190! ,Nothing' like I
ride ''at 'Christ- M
an old fashioned sleigh

mas time. ''If typifies the real, meani g'i', ; ,

of Christmas and gives''' us something'tongibleonwhichtohangourambitions', '

:', 1I \',:,[. ; CHRISimflSAre S r i ;
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," in a world full of uarest'and strife. '"'''' <11"1'11I' "':\'
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enhanced by the
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thoughts of the splendid

associations which have
BOB'S TAVERN
been ours In the past. It

reminds us of the loyaltyof

our hosts of friends in

the area. We wish you a

Merry Christmas. WE'RE GLAD

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SHAFKIN'S IT'S CHRISTMASBECAUSE


The Store. That Greets
You With a Smile


STARKE, FLORIDA it gives us an opportunity to renew old ac

1 ({uaintances,


rK BECAUSE it's: the one time of the year when problem

"' 4i t and tribulations can be forgotten.


III L t BECAUSE the of Christmas prevails: e>'ery-
We hope it is brimmed full of then << spirit '
We where and the brotherhood of man predominates
hi' things you so richly deserve. hope t

Old Santa has remembered you well and i, the thoughts of civilized man.

II fills your stocking, not only with the i '7rrrJ; J and relive a life
BECAUSE be
I/II, material thing* for which you have wished we can young again, .
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loved one
of fond memories with our
1 but that he will throw in for good _

:)',i measure an abundance of good cheer, 1 Christmas is a
BECAUSE a world which observes

,,, good hope, and good fellowship.MILLIGAN'S f J world worth living in-a joy for all.


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unrest and strife. Christmas brines ings of Him whose birthday we
home to us the realization that"Peace celebrate. May that spirit ro with ;
on earth goodwill toward men" Is you throughout the days of the torn.I .
5 more than Just. an empt phrase. ing.year
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DtC.I\UJER 2*, IMS BRADFORD COUNTY TF.UEQRAPH. STARK FLORIDA
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Careful Driversisfi8& A PrMcott. Plaintiff va. rilllo ,
Service Pruscott. DeteniUnt" Case No.
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rompt I 2812 AND onnnn NOTICE OF PI-PLICATION TO APPEAR: Ghrlstnias/

SfATR OF FI.OIMUA to: HUH Wlenry

tarke Taxi .Service I Joe Unknown.You Prescott are. required whose to rmldonce appear 01 l I.'' ( 'A JOYOU t tYUlE.rlf

'January 17th, 1044, In the above
150 ,. m Phone HUPKH dlvtircv Bradford
County Telegraph nhitll pulillxh this )
Order In next four weekly IKIXICK think ofno r
we can
Try M we may
Witness my hand and official
Night veal at Ntarke, Florida this December better Christmas sentiment than

ay (OFFICIAL 14th,KRAI.1943.,) A. J. Thomas those two simple, but significant
A. Clerk of nald Court. :words "Merry Christmas".
T. Frank I-undrum. Stark, Florida '1" .'
Att for Plf J2-17 4t 1.7 ,',,.iII'\\\, \:'\1t\ ," it, _
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IN'INI'1'IT: ', FLORIDA<'('1'11''. lilt IN iOFOIIUrOIVll ('II,,:N4 We sincerely hope that you will I Tn 1,:I IJ,..Y''r"''I"i ,""i''Iti '," i 'I''"!rJI 1'
E811'. of happiness at '\! lil"':' ': ; WISHES' IN\ 1 '
have a full measure (
0 ,,. .. : ,:,.A'NDAL GOOD
Chailvx Rln Plaintiff, v Apnea and throughout I 1
$ this time of the year
Ring Defendant t'I1..O No. 279tf. c
-{ (.\\X15it\\'- ',P.n STATR ORDER ANI) NOTICE OF OF KOKIDA PI'I'LI TO APPEAR<"ATh.N to Agnes| the years to come. .,"".". ",, FOR AN :.!"',:t ti i "'

'flit iIft iIc Ring, whose renldenc In Route 1, '
'AM'E''RICANMill I
.t \\\ Box You.97ie are require; .to California.appear on I I I
{ ? S. 3i'd 1944, In the abovenamed
L ifS January !
:0 ::6. % plaintiff Court iieeki and divorce raw,", HradfnrdCounty wherein 11"1 C,8, R'YS' T M A S";+' ''i

\ Order :.In Telegraph next four nhull weekly publish 1:lHnue thin,. ," '' "I' iti.' ''I" .' .:
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0000 Witness my hand and official oral :i'H> ':* a;' : I IIT'S ''',, ..S''iI"II'', I'i' }hii:1l: :
nf H'nrke, Florida, thlB December
let, 1941.
-. A, J. Thomas. ,
SINCLAIR SERVICE Valrie B. Kidd As Clerk of Said Court !
KIDD'S
(OFFICIAL HEAL) A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Knight & Knitfht. Starke Florida, ,' .
1Z-4 4t 1284IN !
THE
H. 'PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE '
VAN
nnn'IT 'Of'RT, I/H\I>FOHI> '
., rot'\TY' FIOIIIU\I IN CIIA41CE31tYy John H. Denmark Furniture Co. '
of $ rI
W. charUk Hi* tKougdts Mfine .
Francis Ferenc Renedek (Also '
DNS __I.lIona th.t have bown. .." known ao Francis. Hcnodek.) Plain.
.., ...."d lake thll! intent of tiff, v*, Pupko Wlera. (Alno known
an Wlera. Pupko Uutman Defend I
Wsjreek ..prulng' our heartfelt appc .ia,. ant. Cane No 2774
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND "

( tna i lion STAT NOTICE OF FLOKIDA TO APPBAH to: Mini I
SINCERE GOOD WISHES Pupko Wlera, (also known aa MrnWlera 0a4fllAERICHA"at
d Pupko Uutniun) Corner of "
: TO EACH OF YOU Zulueta y Dragone..liavana Cuba.
You are required to appear on
December 18th, 1943, In the above :

GUIDON GRILLJIM plaintiff named. Bradford Court seeks and annulment County cause.Telegraph of wherein mar.rlA.K'o. '. ehs4drsIisad time! GREETINGSOf I \,

hall publish this Order In next
FOREST four weekly liftmen.Wltneim .
my hand and officialseal As another Christmas dawns, we in this organization
at IStarke Florida, thin November
18th, 1943. are laying aside all other thoughts and are,reflecting t li
.. J, THOMAS. "
A.
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I A* Clerk of laid Court SKA I.) upon the many reasons we have for which to be thank. We can tMnk of..MMa,way% I,

"' W. C. HardeHty, DaytonalUea h. Flu ful Foremost, of course, is our American heritage.Yes ..cletl." for
our "
I Atty. for Plf 11-26-41 we ARE truly thankful that we are AMERICANS.We f TH T H E to sprats
h. el- I IY
\ NOTICE' OF APPI ICATION FOR d the many lovers you "
.I I'AX ItKKItHoD : : ,, appreciate too, our /friends and loyal customers
l is a trite way of expressing .e Hill Nit.'/ imia forded us in the ....t. Slate' Jy
15H1 I D'G 0 season's to NOTICE IS HISHKBY. OIVKV, that who have meant so m'Ucfi to us and
the greetings you
I lour friends, but we know of no. J. S Eunice certificate the holder bRa of filed the laid following to the progress. of this institution yULETIDESEflSOD Y U l f:T I 0 E we cornet see each of you per> I IE

words with which to convey certificates for a tax deed to be IH. So extend ; ; this la potS j
Other to you, our friends, we f ;" "" tonally, manage
m E R R'Y, sued thereon. The certificate niun
'our sincere feeling toward hers and of Issuance, the ileacrlptlon heartiest wishes., the I :
f't, the people whom we have had years of the property, and thenum.s good May coming ;,.., ,. S E S 0 wild .sincere. feeling of frlendllnats /
In which It was aHneHHed areas see the dawn of a :;P I1n 1
the opportunity to serve. follows year 1 0 to oil., W. with you the
:
HRISin A A 5 Certificate No. ION Year of ID- brighter day when the real /f : '.t..,.
and 4. 1941Dearrlptlon .' best. ;
It has been our pleasure, Nuance August '' Seoton's ,
Lots 27 Christmas Peace ll J'i'
of Property spirit of on :"' ..
it is with these thoughts in \
S.
28 In Woodlawn Sec IS Twp.I "
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mind that we fall back on the R 22 E., containing 20 Acres.' Ward Name Earth Good Will toward I>. -1"1.i ; j jI
In whlrh a..I1..aedfury 1': --
'\ 'old familiar "Merry Christmas" Certificate. No., 109 Year of Is.nuance. men, will again prevail.GUY'S. ... .. -
August 4 1941
as a sentiment not surpassed, DeHonptlon of Property Lots 39, -"ofI'-
and 'h there can be no 43 In Woodlawn Sec 13 Twp. \S S I I
'r. ="I R. 22 K. containing 20 Arrea. NameIn
sub atit which assessed l Unknown. :
r All of said. property being I In the LAPPE BAKERY
County of Bradford, Slate of Flor.

.1 Ida.'nlea.. such certificate or oertlflratfK MARKET '
shall he redeemed flcinrdlnsrto
law the property described In .
CUY SALE Owner [
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Much certificate or certificate will
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GIFT SHOP IB Hold In the highest bidder at'ae .
THE WONDER .
rnurthoune door on the first ___,,___ _____ ___'-I--------
Monday In month of January 11144. 4 _,___-- : -- (
231 E. Call Street 194.which la the 3rd. day of January

Dated this Both day of November j
MR. AND MRS. W. T. RUDD, Props. 1941.OFFICIAL. .
( SKAL) A. J. Thomas j
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For Holiday Cheer-JAX! (6 ..b4hIa'. I I I IIIOIIIUI fl I ;:1 .

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of wmms limum r I.
HEN you're enjoying th& enrich your enjoyment *
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festive season in the memorable holiday moment f

satisfying company of your with a graciously appropriate ,x .. \

family JAX, the Drink of holiday beverage, try JAX.
Friendship, will contribute Remember, you can't buy eT'oy THOSE WHOM WE SGRVE.

an I added sense of ease, rebetter beer at any price. .

laxation, and contentment. (3 -.. ? .;,
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_' Golden and heartwarming T1 1' '";" ;':' ,
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hearth fire, /pt'..
as your own .

JAX if a superbly mellow AS THE SHADOWS OF THE OLD YEAR r BY THE LOYAL THOUGHTFULNESS OF k '
brew. So if you want to ( pt ;',,it; 41,
S7ti LENGTHEN TOWARD THE TWILIGHT THOSE WHOM WE SERVE.

rA i AND AS WE PREPARE, OURSELVES FOR WE ARE INDEED GRATEFUL FOR THE 1

1I (f THE PROBLEMS OP THE NEW YEAR. IT OPPORTUNITIES THAT HAVE BEEN "

GIVES US REASON TO PAUSE FOR A PRESENTED TO US. AND WE ARE CON. ,:

MOMENT OR TWO TO CONSIDER THE SCIOUS Of OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO

.r PLEASURES THAT HAVE: BEEN OURS. YOU. WE DO NOT HESITATE TO RENEW '
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WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT WE OUR PLEDGE OF SERVICE AND CO.
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HAVE MANY GENUINE: FRIENDSHIPS OPERATION IN WHATEVER CAPACITY .

vNG I / I AMONG THE PEOPLE OP THIS FINE WE MAY CALLED UPON. it

t I COMMUNITY; FRIENDSHIPS WE VALUE A JOYOUS AMERICAN CHRISTMAS IS I. !

eM1MIIa tc / ABOVE ALL'THINGS MATERIALi ASSO. EXTENDED TO THE CITIZENS OF THIS I 1:1:

( CIATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN CEMENTED AREA. 11 E;

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FRIDAY,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELJEORAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA R tq 1
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Zevln, daughter of
Bertha Pearce has as her Miss Ethel
and CLUBS Miss Harley Weds guests Mrs. during the holidays her Mr. and Mrs Jacob E. Zevin In the of Anyone Having Watches or Clocks
SOCIETY enlisted
Annie Mae Pearce Starke, has
daughter, Miss
Sgt. Baggett receive her basic Left Over 60 Days
.. .. ... .. .. -- Jacksonville, and her son-in- WAVES and will
-- -- New
-- In IndianapolisMiss law and daughter, Lt, and Mrs.L. training at Hunter College Please Call
KNew Friday afternoon by piano students Ga. York City.
Columbus
| ArrivalCpl. .. C. Hill of
became ... ..
Ruth Harley .
taught by Mrs. W. H. Ed- Abble Miss Nina Bishop, a student at Miss Bobble Cameron, a student -

and Mrs. John O. Children war< evenIng,
announce the arrival of a son, The following students were Lee Baggett on Friday I spending the holidays here with at Athens, haa arrived to spend COURTMANCHJeweler
In the
Richard Wayne, on Thursday Dec. 17, at eight o'clock H. A. the holidays here with her par-
and Mrs.
Mr.
varied and pleasing her parents
heard In a First Methodist Church of IndIanapolis I
Tucker.
Dec 9, at the elation hospital ents, ]Mr. and MrS. H. E. .
Jule Bevin, Marcus Ind.. the bellig Bl hop.
program: ceremony
Camp Atterbury, Ind. Mia. Chll- Delano by the pastor, Dr. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mra. L. J. Mlas Thelma Corpening, a stu- _. ,_.
Lawson performed
'.' dress la the daughter of Mr. and Brown, Agnes Woman's College in ---- -- -----,,
Hazel Billings, M/a.; dent at the --
Williams, of Starke Caroline Edwards, Logan Hall. Green, Mrs.
Mrs. Elliott Thomas, of her ,
Ind. The bride, a lovely brunette, and Mra. R. A. Tallahas, la a guest : :.v '
at Hope, Lura Smythe ,
and is now residing George Canova, Marybeth Lane, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,
r was attired In a purple velvet< Newsome were visitors to Jacksonville uncle L 1i I! .t' .
Kenneth Tyus, Florence Brown, fashioned with a should, Charley E. Johns.
dress, last week.
Piano RecitalA Betty Williams, Levy Canova, Jr., cape; and her small hat and I __ one day ___,__, -. __,_.--- __.0 / ith a full sense of gratitude for

beginners' recital was given Julia Lawson, Helen WhItfield, pouch bag were hand-made i of -- -- having been, able to serve you-

1 ?In the music room at B.H.8. last Dottle Sue Biggs, Nencle Bevln. fuchsia and purple velvet. Her< ) k'7 with full realization of the value
was of white orchids e5
corsage Mrs. Baggett Is the daughter Carolyn Callstreet v, of tried and proven friendshipsand

WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley,
Lawt-.y; she was graduated from ....... ----, __I "--- among such splendid people
TIMBER DEPARTMENT ,_,..- ._ OT 1V"- --------- we
School,
the Bradford County High send our Greetings to our friends.
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA and for the past year has been At ChriNtnuut play and make Sunday night in a most becoming
connected with the Farm SecurIty good cheer suit of aqua, accented with black May the! best of everything be yours this Christ,

FERNANDINA FLA. Administration In Starke. For Christmas comes. but oncea I The Wilbur Scotts getting mos. May the Yuletide occasion make all of us
their recently-
Sgt. Baggett is a son of Nand year! settled down in St., in more appreciative of our way of life. May it truly
home on Cherry
Mrs. O. O. Baggett, i iShrevesport of Back in the 16th Century a guy purchased be American Christmas
FUNERAL DIRECTOR La. He attended the named Thomas Tucker wrote time to enjoy Xmas around their ,an

My Many Year Experience Make It Feasible for Me to Render Shrevesport schools, arid the those lines, and the sentiment's new fireside Gayle Sewell In Order. To ,Give Our. Employees A Holiday
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Loulslanna State University at just as good today as it waa then doing her bit to help out with We Will Be Closed All Day Christmas

MODERATE! PRICSJpj--I Baton Rouge., Sgt.. Baggett I. : From all the, festivities in the p. o. Xmas rush Ruth KOCH DRUG STORE
now stationed at Camp Atturbur, progress this week methlnks (Sternberg) Scanlan holding an
DeWITT C. JONES Ind. Callstreeters have no need to be Impromptu reception In front of .....-.a.- _,_ no... Nip-_,_ ... --_'_.,_
Starke, Florida ---4
Immediately after the ceremony urged to make good cheer .1 I the post office Wednesday after
the bride and bridegroom, with a My only regret Is that I can't noon Her many friends I
number of his army frlenda, enjoyed get around to everything thrilled to see her back for the EVERY BRANCH OF
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS a dinner party at an Ind Long since reached the conclu- holidays after a too-long absence

CHOPS annpolls hotel. sion that a gossip columnist from Call Street .. .
STEAKS should always be born twins, and ,---i
3niuranCeH.
DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI Circle Leaders even being triplets would be a Well, folks i <- I know you
definite asset on Saturday nights! haven't any more time for read-

TEMPTING, TASTY,::SANDWICHES For WSCS NamedWSCS Ing this week than I have for
.-t writing So your favorite girl
HOME MADE PIES Methodic
DELICIOUS Circles of the
The mocking fillers at Piney reporter ia signing off for now
Church held their regular buslnes f
I seemed to; begetting to be back next week
Brown' and hoping
and meting Monday ,afternoon WALL
program C.
kick ut of their job, the full holiday fes-
I quite. a with a report on .
Churcl
A & A LUNCHEONETTE In the Methodist other night ,i.'* ,'Specially when t t v 11 i e a Until then ,. .
with Mrs. W. O. Halle presldlnn
later in the evening. *they started MERRY CHRISTMAS! "
24-HJhir ServiceIn and Miss' Olive Ray acting I aa making Santa Claus suits to be -Carolyn.AT AgencyConstant

Park Theatre Bldg.] Starke, FloridaTHE ] secretary pro-tern. from the used at the BlandIng hospital on
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An excellent report
Xmas day ,. .' ., Seems they were FIRST Over 50 Years
mad Service
., __ parsonage committee waa
i pppp p. p. pg using Begs Burns,a" their model -'D
by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; this-con -
think
I canhardly: ,
and--althoUgh
mlttee Is composed of Mrs. L. 1 tVinlng NlckIalways SIGNOFAO'"
Mrs. Adkins and Mn of a mOl'e had attractive-the impression that : Please Phone 146
Titus Olson A' letter was readtel1lng 666
the
Gainesville DistrIct the old boy was more on USE .
of the
aide' Glimpsed<<1 Lucile
Seminar, which I ia to be held plump DROPS
Davis, Scootle Duke, PIney Brown, 666 TABLETS.SALVE. 9SE
Gainesville, and
January 7, In
Holland and ,Dot Epperson
Beryl r.
k- of thl
the letter urged members those plying their needles i
society to attend. among Bees suffer the con- F
and making
M The president voiced the sentiments !-
I of all members In welcomIng sequences. 6cfft I
Hcnr Fran I'eek waged a losing VaYaIIee4ng AMERICA
back Mrs. Titus Olson, wbo< fight with ole man Will

has been away for several month this week and lost money has
Power Another
PEACE of
year
CHRISTMASTIMEMAY In St. Louis, Mo., and Armatead, one of her Xmas pack- WELCOMES i 0B
by opening
111., on account of serious Illness ages Monday night Seems passed Wh.therhas 4

IT CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE OTHER DAYS OF The president appointed circle that brother Jimmie bet her shecouldn't CHRISTMAS it brought youhappiness 0B

THE YEAR.:-OUR YULETIDE WISH FOR YOU leaders for 1944 as follows: Circle resist her old habit of s and pros. 4
No. Mrs.. L. D. Vining;
: One Per peeking at some of her pretties (f perity or disappointment: and ]loss, your life (\
THE STAG Circle No. Two, Mrs. E. K. before the 25th. She couldn't!
MR. AND MRS.
ryman. Mrs. Halle announced .,. Spotted an' Jotted: Florence B\i\ should be!the! _richer because!! of.the!,experience 4
137 W. Call Street that the two circles would be entertained McLendon emerging from Jeanette SAMUEL GOLDMAN P i you have gained...A New Year is Ahead..; 0B

: January 3, In the Educational .Klncaid's little get-together \ It offers every kind of opportunity. During 4
with Mrs
rialle, Mrs.Building Vining and Mra. Per P I the coming year you can increase those treasI 1. = _.4 Q

yman as hostesses. r 1 I ures of life-friends!, happiness, and success. _

Unanimous vote of appreclatlor P I You have always had our very best wishes 3
extended to Mrs. Halle for 1 4
van n and now at the Christmas Season we want to ;; ,EIP
her fine work during the past
\ i year as president of the local give expression to those wishes. May you be i ;; ::1'-1 1I '


,' \ oclety., The devotional by Miss Amy service Coburn was,conducted hei- I Ju GftffllNCS J :,I mYh'PPYO this occasion. ',I l'- '


abject being Christian literature, =1''

alias Olive from Ray The reviewed World Outlook an article << **>

about Christmas in Bethlehem to- '5 ,
j
d lay. ,


4 3irth AnnouncedCards Christmas. t Greetings to the Service 'j' FRANK !



1l announcIng are the being arrival received of a son here to Men.td m.their, loved ones, and to all j' OD 4J

Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Clayton B. :

Itrohscheln on Thursday, Deo. 16,, who sacrificing that "Peace j *d4 4di fe4ath *
In the station hospital at Mac Dill are on ,

Field, Tampa. Sgt. Strohscheln U .

LOW stationed at MacDlll Field,, anf-'ood Will toward Men"
j laving been transferred'' tbere i Earth J

from South Dakota. Before her
marriage Mrs. Strohscheln was Me 1Itua
May JliytiU o6lti
become
Miss Alice Peterson, of Starke. g might again a reality. ,


X11t Ladies Auxiliary tnta&ee his

adles Auxiliary q ,I
The Ladies Auxiliary of the '1'diffttCd 4 .
Church will meet !
tec.Presbyterian 28 at 9 P. M. at the home i m. and! 'ff!,.". Arch J. Jflomadfllfl "'

t of Mrs. John Uglow' and Mra. 6
C?.. F. Ward. Mra. O. E. Stans-
will review the book, The JIQ '.
bury Silent Billion Speak" by Frank -,-,- ,- ,-,- ,-,-,- Moy they be even brighter than ever beforein j'

FOR WHOM THESE C. .Lauback. reflecting the true happiness'of the Yule- '

'1' '. ,,,,..- -of favors
qIir tide Season. The remembrance many

h 7' ;' HELMETS TOLL- ,,1,1',,"'.'. ';I d,;':hi': that have been ours in the past'leads us each

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afforded
I year to look forward to the opportunity
I the of I' 1"1UjIf':! N,1'
CHRISTMAS- Mason Joy.
Itf': a by the Christmas Season to extend our good!
.
of giving of brotherly love-is even more {

vital in this world of blood and strife ?"1 ,t '" wishes to our good friends in this community: .'
where the clang of tied on helmets drowns : f invaluable '"
I In our way of thinking these friends are .
out the soft pealing of Christmas bell and
the torch of destruction seems to outshine Q \ and furnish us with cheerful and

the gleam of the candle of mercy and t a "il'II///'
the Star of Peace.Christmas iF_ happy thoughts, particularly during
;t '6yr!
comes as an oasis of hope. THE times like the present. .It.isrefreshing % '" :!"

and In its eternal message we see the to I look back upon these

f'', and promise greed of purged a better of world arrogance, freed and from cruelty hate S fl BELLS S associations, and' we eagerly I look ,

r ...a world in which"Peace on Earth Good empmfls forward to a continuance of them. \

Will Toward Men" will no longer be a It makes for happier living" and wttuz:
mockery but will be the cornerstone of ::: -

dally hi'ing. 't A strengthens our belief in mankind. \ $.
,1: r O RING IN '/ ,
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,I I And in all due reverence. Thank ., The Season's best to everyone,, ,
God for Christmas 1913.
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I If ; I .. HAPPY SEASON
TO OUR MANY |", I
r PNIENDE.AND "(';t- II II
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I'LO.'D rOa t&' 1 f OBT COMMNT CUSTOMERS, : : !,.'

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t.l FOR VICTORY M. A. KITE .


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ty :Mrs. W. J, Burks and daughters Capt. and Mrs R. O. Kldd and E. Hazen, vice-chairman; R. F. 1 1DemoreJ
s" of LOCAL NEWS I Betty Jane and Sue, of Griffin sons arrived here Thursday of t, committeeman; W. S.
B.&.T- Ga? are holiday guests of; last week from Fort Benning, Ga., Sibley, first autnt'n (rrrtil1g
Mre. Burks' brother and sister and on Monday Capt. Kldd went hews, second
Kid!': and lira. Sonia Helmlntoller, of in-law :Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Weldon to Columbia S. C., to Join hU
Kfe. V, O. I at camp near there
and Hawthrone, returned home Monday company ,
for Highsprings and the children remained I wish"
Kldd
Wednesday visit with Mrs Em- Mis. P. O. Carpenter of New Mrs. to existing circumstances
left after a G
they are : with her mother, Mrs YOU extending the
where of
Va this method
ton N. C. is visiting at the home use I
ma Canova. of her mother. Mis. Laura Powell. I Emma Canova. REAL Greetings to my Friends. ,
g relatives.Hutto, of COh/m-/ Ens.'Charles Fields la spendingthe I Mrs. Gene Long, who has been Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley and : the Holiday Season of 1944" find i,
8 carolyn spending the hollIa'rentst holidays at the home of his visiting her sister, Mrs. R. M. i Mrs. J, W. Klncald will go to a Nation at Peace and the Greeting
C.. Is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee, Tampa today for a Christmas New
with) her .MrHutto. .. parents I In Parts Texas, returned I Mr. and ,Merry Christmas and Happy
here Fields. Sunday to spend!' the holidays visit with their patents appropriate.
lfir, L S with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. Mrs. A. C. Durden. # I truly
J. Dowling. Mr. and Mra,..!.,J. Scanlan and
GREETINGSTO' Miss Ruby Lilley, who Is teaching son, Jerry, of Springfield Ohio, -a a t Sincerely,
at Quincy Is spending the are holiday guests of Mrs. Scan. a EMORY II. ('RICEYour
lan's parents, Mr. and, Mra. N.
holidays here with her brother-
in-law and sister Mr and Mrs. Sternberg. Congressman.
OF' YOU, OUR FRIENDS: Titus Olson Miss FrJedel Boyd who Is a '
"1'YOU,: ENJOY A TRULY Mrs. J. D. Cottrell returned to student at Sulllna College In' Virginia Carpenter's a
her home in Leesburg on Satur- was a guest of Miss Carol
day, after spending several days White on Wednesday of last -I --
CHRISTMAS
AMERICAN here with her brother-in-law and week. Miss Boyd was enroute to I
't- B. Sewell. home in Dunedin to spend ,
sister Mr and Mrs. W. her
1' - Roy M. Stone, Agt. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, of St. Augus- the holidays with her parents.
Gulf Life Insurance Co. tine, Is spending the holiday sea
son with her daughter Mrs.. Ethel Rosier Elected

M Stewart Biggs. P. V&.n<1lvlere, Jr., Head Of A. C. A. Li ( Jhrstt.nas .
went two weeks ago to Washington -
THEATRESTARKE James Rosier, prominent Law- {
D C, to be with his
re-elected chairman E
father Col. S. P. Vandlvlere. tey farmer, was
They will spend the holidays here of the Bradford County Ag- 1
I Association -
with Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Mrs. ricultural Conservation i'"'
Vandlvlere arrived last Saturday at a meeting held In the
J/UL
'nom St, Louis, Mo, where she Is [courthouse here Saturday morning '
to be a physical thereapy -I at 10 o'clock \
studying
technician. I Other officers elected were; R. I n stmooplirre, of At the YnMiJf teuton., were f I i

Ir" .... and good cheer reminded of'our many ,t'

)( WHO SAYS among the mem pleasant business" 1 laliun.
MERRG ,
A nrgsniistton ships 01 your many", "
+ +.a
In courtesies! ..,01 our own ,
expression t
eHRlSGJrM-8 good will toward you. II i
: lo you.
i
Comet to
?" us with the a
Christmas Hotel'i
At this radiant season of Good pressing our
Cheer when we strive to forget w dxd favor. *NTWt
thing which we want to Christmas.
those wish& you a Happy
t ,
forget, and when food fellowship '
and kind thoughts are In '' 1

the minds you and of all your we dear sincerelywish ones I' r Seed Top Super Market ;

an old-fashion Yuletide, and
a New Year abounding with. ,. r I And we mean it-every word : VE PLENTY OF THE FOLLOWING
success, good luck and muchlfetH % I ol it. Wiry? Because we ON HAND FOR CHRISTMAS II

happiness. Food Wished ; firmly believe that we have SHOPPERS
t t the most enviable bunch, of Cluster Raisins Almonds

av' ., ; friends any ftrm ever was/ Walnuts Mixed Nuts
privileged to have, and ue/
Friday, Saturday Dec. 2425 want to wish every one of you Fancy Hard Candies i
seasons best. 1 Pecans Peanuts '1
"WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN" the p l
Fresh Coconuts.
Red Skelton Ann Rutherford Oranges Apples ... '

t Tangerines Grapefruit

Midnight Sat:' Sun., Mon., Tues. Dec. 26 28 HAROLD. C. WAIL.. Cauliflower Cucumbers 1 1Bananas

'''THANK"YOUR LUCKY STARS" JOE E. WILSON ETHEL TAYLOR .I Cranberries ; \,

Stringless Beans Celery
Humphrey Bogart, Eddie'' Cantor. Bette Davis
Oliva Dellaviland, Errol Flynn John Garfield, Red Potatoes Onions
Joan Leslie, Ida Lupino, Dennis Morgan and Crushed PineapplePineapple
Ann Sheridan
Juice :I
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..:IM1.elhr! 't AS Garden Peas

.4 BE BEHIND PROUD Asparagus G B Corn

TURKEYS lb. Sic
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STANDS Potatoes 5 Ibs. 19c
a
4 THAT WE

NATSEZ j n "' Slbs.- -- 25c-

The pleasant custom of stopping ALSO HAVE THE FINEST ''f

: s in our business activities to SELECTION OF MEATS..
extend Seasons Greetings to our
.' :' friends makes this season oj. the FOR YOUR TABLE "
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v. .
year a happy one.
be ._ ""'- ""'- ..... ""- ............ ....... -
Christmas can always a S *SM Q 1'o1Io
M= M M N M
happy time if we but mated it to. liS I
It is the time to think of the f ,

rttiIft pleasant ,things of life, of loved .'
% ones and friends, of the finer C/.ffI ,
strive ,Jfh1.1'(. .' I''
things in a world that foe ,, ,? '4rvh '
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\ \o .. is our-sincere hope,that you
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F'tt1DAY, D"COmER '
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FLORIDA 1Bft
BRADFORD COUNTY nuGRAPR.: ST.\SSE _

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Utf.ItBEtiLY ANO\ c\\ .toT jjearAm.. awellotelrd 0 to broom have Brftt a pa 110bah (..
cbatr .s1Urt.
vrea\: b\JI; "Ult at.oC1dnKS' T 'rJr you si
-:.:. ",,0111d U: I\oc\t t.o'\\ candY and, nuts tcG4 (
rns 11\0 an Hom R t Your frle
__1\. 11 please brUS'en"' Deaf &
$ .a.-; t.o._ 1Cour_ wing toes 1

THE GLOW ,,, HAPOIrtESSt
( tar pot
t and
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YULE LOGS /id plcaa \ MM Dent

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THE AM RICAN WAYWITH 01e" want. YOU'YO U and Yovl( pagan and pent u

l TO ,
THE PL AtANT FEELING THAT COMES WITH yotna. Dear BanUl

-:' Reflects the spirit or Christmas THE KNOWLEDGE OF MANY NEW CUSTOMERS AND THE v ""ave a host ins some nu ts hanfl t
t? e some
WHO HAVE BEEN vatcb.car ehevew
OF THOSE *
CONTINUED PATRONAGE Yd
which best expressesour ,
in manner \) community
a
WISH YOU A trlendse
YEARS. WE WARMLY .,
WITH US FOR MANY ttr this
sincere good wishes to every MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.', << CWeSineere1Yb.In mdowewISes h to overt Dear Inc

one. bring "We. would i what I want,
In this brief, simple message, we L" and. "Merry our a train and
U wish to convey our Christmas '- took in saying sonat\y\ to ex.press gun.and I some Wan
do.
will GREEN'S STOREMr. 'fiema eachf yoU P cannot nootl
Greetings, and trust that you to see this we our
tike t
,
accept them; in the true'"meaning and Mrs. L. J. Green 9 1nI t.o .tau Christmas sentlrnent,.
; ant Dear
i
May + y
presented. xm
are
In which they
f.I broomsti
gait ablc
the new year hold for you every \) nd a ot.o I wouings
EO & atn55t V
success and may your every ambition y keep 10 you btitne
be realized. Jo 1 1r &, you read hs written With sins glad a
s mind that .t. of the good
d lon
i cuss Sege. care oppr.ecla Whatever what Dear
getk enoye, I girl to th<

,1Me IT' !) OUR PL ASl>R E \,) \\.n1J"u1 ta:aU., 110 11 fe1\owshldP\ within we have the at past Chnstrnaconditions yeastime r--corne we tike some nuts to ge
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truedC happene t I book.
r future caused ;
\) the fumedi\ Chi
Awk in ions you
TO GREET YOU may tn b tat minutes of peace, n ta.
t.1R l1\t\O to forget tnt 0 few
r
t ?1 ",ould :: and pause and a new
eItZ1S/MU2S ion with our tau odseoson for ab \\. B
; ator'I tat dOf i\1\ n
In the excitement of a busy holiday season \) n.rt We wishII an govuto I
peace but
tuuf'ou. \ see
we trust that you will top long enough to acceptour 401and astov Wing
.
w. a
; year pant
GREETINGS OF THE SEASON. Our ownChri.tnl" sant.a-I >
t? Dear clOt.heS and
I would be incomplete if we did not take : to teU You c! doll
A uggl
n ,advantage of the opportunity to wish you all the ,'goWt Dear 8a::;Tto rIII Ctoft5Uf.e'box s clock and dl.ThCma' !'
.. 1 p.tta 1'h"nk l'
good things we can think of. You have been con. toyand 1 ptCYC a fOO\b a pa:of.boo
siderale of us in the put and we trust that we book. "'lit't.gloves A
may continue to merit your patronage in the

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CARL JOHNSFeed STARKE DRY CLEANERS &
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YOUP CHRISTMAS AND OURS

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We believe in Christmas! We believe in

Christmas because we fully understand the

true significance of the occasion.

We believe in it because it gives us an

ei thanks for the courtesies -
opportunity: to express our
with which you have favored us in the

t Lut Past.
I t "... We believe in Christmas

because it is an established

,' custom which encourages
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i It is our sincere wish that we may have a part in 'i,,4''i(:'I:. I
All I J
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/ INe making your Christmas full of good cheer and fel 4R" f O Y ,

yy.- lowship.We want to add something to the happiness ,::' h!'! "
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it!llii''I ,. .4., :
r. of every person in this community. ;"F t.:;,
,ill" .
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this little will help forget wl'"I, :
Perhaps message you !?', ', "
the unpleasant incidents and experiences of ordinary '" "' the opportunity of renewing

days. May brighter days be the compensation 1 ,. old acquaintances which otherwise
1 4\ .
be
forgotten.We
for-your sacrifices ,toward making this a better might

world in which to live. May you find the beauties believe in it becauseit

s of life around youand the opportunities for the is a time when everybody
:.' should and can be happy. All
sen-ice it affords. ,
of circumstances
of us, regardless -
,
.-.:::--... 1 ,have much forwhich to be thankful.We

::::;. '-:;.......- ,: are aware of these facts, and fully appreciate
-, i them when we express our Christmas Greetings

: .' .. 1 ,', to those whom we serve.FLORIDA .
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ER_!- 1913IPV BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEORAP1I. STlltKE. FLOIUDA ,
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I TIIERESSA I'll' "IArl'IT "ot'RT OF EIGHTH
JlllUltl. ('IH 'lir, IN 'N 1>


igi Illllll ThIlllllllplllll\' III II IIIII SlOi; II I I I I !I Loper Mrs By and D. MU S.daughter Loper. Ida and llapo Dottle Mra spent Dan IN! P1111'LO.UO.THE of. THOMAS MATTEH'R''I''OHI I" (JEKFEHtfl:11C.II.OF: : The 4 01...Adoption A1.TMA.V. N'r,t'-, Double Holiday Ahead!


the weekend In Ceoigla with re IVOTICM

SlOiSANTASffffff latives. TO: Albert Altinun ", hone residencel --" Closed Sat. Ac" San.
Wed. Cured
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i All Day Sugar
l
Mr. and Mrs\ Alfred spent Sun- Unknown father of Thomas Jrffervon > Open
Altmaa. a minor. Dressed Roasting HAMS
day in Jacksonville with friends. You are hereby notified that on
Mrs. A. thin December 8th. A. D. 1943. Joseph Chickens Stock Enuff Till Monday!. Whole. Butt or
H. Up-Buy
Kelsey, Mrs Bailey H. Pout and Ruth E. Poet (formerlyRuth Shank Hall
HIS WAY. and Mrs. Ben Loper were shopping E. Altman) bin wife filed eve to 4Vi Ib.
la Starke their worn petition for the adop- ib 34c
Saturday.
tion of Thontaa J.fter.on Altman -
Mrs. W. W. Packham and a minor and thus I" to commandyou ib 45c Bron4Biswlnp ,
Albert Altman, to be and apSear Super
Henry OLeSAIe ,
Loper were visiting In In said Court and Caue on Chicken GIANT OLEO !.
*
Jacksonville Tuesday. lath:, 144 and to chowcam PRIGS
with him obu'n.dance .. ..ld should not 2V to 4 lb.
brings on why petition
Bobble
hope
FOOD
And, we Hall of Starke Is be arBntfd.Otherwlee the alleitationa IN RtTAI{ Ib 17c
of good things for our loyal.friends spending the week with J. P.Dickerson of Bald petition will be taken ib 39c CENTERS sroRlsYO
iI a* contended by you. ) All
and customers.You IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 to 3'" Ib*. ,w Ready Mia.nrya
hove been good to us and in returnwe Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley spent have hereunto net my hand and

extend our kindest wishes to you, one Sunday at Putman Hall. Official County, Florida Seat at, this Starke.! December. Bradford 8th., Fryers Quantity Right 1 tt.s rv.d OLEO

and all. Bob in Batten Gainesville was a Monday.business visitor A.A. D.J. 1949.THOMAS, Clerk of Circuit ib 43c Prices Good Thru Fri. Doc. 24 ib 29c


IIIIIIIIII I I IR III.Ilillf.I .gMIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.f'lIJJ.f'IJfln I I III ( I I ( II I II ( .II I Ilf II II IIJERRY'S Starke Frank Saturday.Mr. Kelsey. was visiting; in Court(OFFICIAL Bradford HEAD County 12-10 Florida.41 13-31 Loven'k Tenders/ Blade Chuck Heaat_.-.lb.lb. STeSSe Country Style, Pig Fred Leea Ck.p.Sa.eeo* lb.Ib. 324 Sla .

and Mrs. C. Sullivan were iv "IArIIIT' ('OI'nT. BRADFORD 10 lu Bifc * COI'MTY. FI.OHIKAI IV ('II. l't- Slilola Sleek ...,--. -,-,_ .Jb. 3'e Hmui ... ... tb. 110

visiting Charles Starke Batten Saturday.was visiting in CKHV.Hartow .Etaxter.' Baxter, Defendant.PlalntlfC, Ca.ve.Lucite .. B e I .rlelr.latew VeefcT i :../b.Ib, Ue lie P 0 r k Fresk Ueed Uve, _'_- -.*.. 21.

Starke Friday. No. SROt 81.lo..I.ell .Ik. SSa27e
ORDER OF PtmLICATIOW Tender Young. R4e'CYn .IK, Hejlk ,. MilkfedVeal Blade' Heat res.
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37eJb.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .. .__ Ria> Chars __ Ib.
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ISe.Ib. .
BROOKERBy STATE OF FLORIDA tot Luella Squere it aeext .Jb.. Veel Beer T3o.Ib
Minnie Lou Ilazen Baxter., whose reeldence I* Unknown. Lu-_.-b Slieed teeal Blew S8e,1k l'a Bieal Slew le

You are required to appear on King:: Mackerel ,
CHRISTMAS PARTY January 10th., 1044, .In the above Oscar Mayer'. '
PLACE Mrs. W. O. Rimes entertained her named Court and cause, Bradford wherein Whole Pieta STEAKS'HAMS
plaintiff Reeks divorce.
Sunday School class with a County Teleg-rapn.. .hall publiiih thl.Ord..r .

JERRY and NICK Christmas party at her home Sat- In next my four hand weekly and official IKHIIOH.Wltnemi ib 34c Ib 37C

urday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Meal at Stark. Florida, thin December iijjfg. I
Gamea were enjoyed and each one 7th.. 194S. nIL Speckle
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom. Slnd-oa Baoan
received a gift from the tree. Refreshments All Clerk of nald Court. TROUT
of hot chocolate and E K. Ferryman, Stark. Florid. ib 32c
tty. for Plf. 12-10 4t 1231iv
cookies were served the guests. ib 3Qc

About 13 enjoyed the party. In Ctn, Pure Tea We Bare Mi. V..oal..k.y.1 _
rIll:l : ("I II(TIT (:Ot"RT. BRADFORD
Mrs. H. H. Howard and daughter COI VTY. FLOHIU4I IV t'.IIAV.KIIY. LARD Bait Srd.
Jeannette were in Gainesville (' OYSTERSP ,',
Friday. Mary H. Coleman Plaintiff vi ,
David A. Coleman, Defendant. Can Ib 18C

Iii :Mrs.: L. S. Dekle and daughter,, No. ORDER 1794. OF, PtmtitfATIONAND 65c I
NOTICE TO APPEAR Rln-on Da.Smoked
Vida of Lake Butler, visited Mrs.
Aili/mas Ellis Clemons and family Wed. .STATE Coloman OF FLORIDA whose residence to: DavidA. la BACONYes. were Headless OceanSHRIMP

6/1 fiy nesday. Hlrrl\. Street, Cheeter, South Carolina h.v.

Mrs. Florence Varnadoe is visiting You are required to appear on 'am again
Srd 1044 In the above ib 29c Ib 35
her sister, Mrs. Jonathan January CPark
T IIIIUlWllllllllllllmmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lD whereinplaintiff _
ij} 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII named Court and cause this yw
.
Dukes at Stelnhatchee. aeek divorce Bradford
I I f Mrs. J. W Kelly. Mrs. Pitt County, Telegraph ahall weekly nubllnh 1 liiHuea.Wltnvna this. Neck I.mou. MtO Whole SpanishMACKEREL
Order In next four S.
Baxter, Mrs. Raud Crews Miss my hand and official B NE .
One of the Greatest Pleasures of the Lubedla Plnholster, Mrs. Wlnlfied eal at Stark, Florida. thin November :

Christmas Seeion friends if. tho and opportunity it ii with this to acknowledge in Hazen Mil',. Earle Green Mrs., (OFF 30th IC1AL 1943 dEAL:) A. J. Thomas, ib 9c Ttuk.yrl ib 21 c s

our S..o..'.Greetings. V. V. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. T W. As, Clerk. of said Court. Fla. ____________________________________ -
mind' Th.that business w.und you you have entrusted to u. Markey, Mrs. L. O. Hazen and J Atty.S for Harrison Pit.' "Jacksonville 12-3 4t 13-24 SkinlessWIENERS ________________________________ Large FraseaMULLET I

If Indeed .ppr.ci.ted.nd wa hop that with daughter Minnie Lou Mr. and -'
relations Mrs. Lester Green and Mr. and iv: fincilT coiiir. nniFoniCOI )
th* turn of each year, the pUaiant IV CHAN I
FLOHIUAl
VTY
r .lifting between uf will be incraafed and Mrs. E. J, Hazen and children, ('KltY. Ib 35C Bay Now first Come, First Served! ib 17c :

strengthened. were in Gainesville last week, Emma Todd Adkln... Plaintiff 'vu. ;
DRESSED'BIRDS" -
Defendant. Ca. SHIPPED
Jadle W. Adklna
W. with you Marry Chriftmat and 0 Sergeant Ovid Lewis, of Mississippi No. 2414 B-1 orTEXAS Ready to Fry

Happy New Year. is visiting his mother. ORDER OF PITHMCATION
AND NOTICE TO APP13AU TONGUES 6 to 14 Ib fm 14 Ibs and WHITINGIb
Corporal and Mrs. Talmadge STATE OF JM.ORIDA toi JadleW. lb 49c
COver
la PreB- Size Ib .3
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Adkln whose residence 19C
Kelly and daughter, Ray, of Val- nail, Houth Carolina.. Ib 35C ,
dosta. Ga., are here to spend the You are) required to appear on
holidays with Mrs. Kelly's mother January 17th 144 In the above ;
wherein Swift's Famous
named Court and cau* Blue Ro .
Mrs. Alice Thomas. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Fancy >

Mrs. Winifred Hazen visited Order County Tel..r.r.h. shall'weekly nubllnh' Issues.Wltneas till. Rice ,4 lbs 33c Jewel 4 Ib dn 65c:

relatives in Alachua Saturday. my hand and official
enl at Starke. Florida, this December >> ,
Miss Frances Tllgham has accepted 14th 1943CirFICIAL N. C. GreaaCABBAGE
COMPANY a position with the Jack ( SI\lAI.) A. J. Thomas York Cooking t
MOTOR
ANDREWS A* Clerk of Hold Court.T. APPLES2jb$23c
sonville Rationing Board. Frank t.andrum, Htarke, Florida
t .. Attv for rif 12-17 4t 17i N 8 Ib 5C j
Miss Eva Fay Galney of F. S. En

---------------------,. C. W., Tallahassee is home to IL -FloridaCauliflower, :- ,.

I ... ,, .. '..., spend the holidays with her parents Qrapelrult & Oel'.
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'h.f:f...:*?";: .Vr<") "j, .,'.\'N:1tt. : Fi'lends of Miss Martha Evelyn i fnm I Ib 5C I Ib lOc

Markey will be Interested to SAUCE :I
know that she has completed her a Call' Crisp

OUR CHRISTMAS WISH III business course at Massey Business JamaicanCoconuts CARROTSbehJQc '

: College, Jacksonville.

>.t" Mrs. Jo Roy Hands and children !- g Ea 23C
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,' .', "< !: ','" Yeah-We Got II!
I ...!, \ .W4 .<;! :, : ', tI of Ft. Myers, are visiting
""':,,", ,"; w.I .. relatives here for the holidays.Mr. Mixed Nuts X 11 Crisp Calif
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.'1--,1""" :y.-'r". L were in Jacksonville Saturday. 49c 1'6 Sauce In Glass.! 10c t
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"'" Mrs. Horace Martin' left Sunday -
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U. S..1 Main.
V ".J<' yr "" for Camden Ala., where she )May you enjoy the ChristmasSeason Polished StuartPECANS ,I' ,

will be met by her husband, Pvt. V; *"" POTATOES

Horace Martin\ of Indiana. They loSi* fullest extent 141 .
.t.i.i" } Ib 47C l 3ALMONDS 3C
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dh ,,; will visit relatives there. 17c ,

d .:' <;!: Sgt. and Mrs. Claude Smith, of And nay!. the New Year Boll Shell Idaho BakingPOTATOES ''I

,' Starke, were Sunday guests of It

\ : Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rimes. be one of usefulness lI.p. 5C
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Miss Betty Hazel Green la vis- ib 45c '. 11'

dla4JiI1 ; } visited Mr. and his Mrs mother Hugh last Rahn week.and pnr! ., ...( Oc e... k AU Soap While Th.r Last Kitchen Tested Flour AU Soap While They Last I '


., daughter Merna Lou of Ralford ow Gold Medal
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1llir of Mrs.. Bon SWAN; f
were Sunday guests H ;
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) : nie Mott and family. TAG 5 29c SOAP 1
Mrs. O. J. Mott and infant z jb.

JAPliltj y daughter returned to Raiford 1a ? for
gpAp Colfe. Ground to Order- i
: Sunday after several day's visit I '/ 3 far 29cCASHMERE

with Mrs. Dannie Mott. i 9c Velvo ib 19'/ c t tSIok.ly'
Harold Sapp of Jacksonville iI I
't. Finest
"t, visited his mother last wee. i Tim Jordan'sB
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; The serious Illness! of Mrs. L. Pumpkinno2Y10c i

; A. Brown Is somewhat improved. I
/j A R Kraft'/ Miracle i
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BOUQUET
iv cmriiT ('01 liT. DHAUFORD 25c
,:, : >> ('O lTV, FLOIIIDtl tll\\- Whip Pr

1.j._.l'. It Is a big order, we,knew, but wf.. :r. .: ".*' eeRY.Theodore. Edwa r d Andnejnwekl A Toilet Cr.amy Soap Skin for) 9cPALMOLIVtv Lov.tt'. Enriched White 3 for 20c
# .v*43 4 Plaintiff v.. Clara Antiriejewskl, '\
sincere. the knowledge. that ouR friendJ J<,.| I>efen JII. .\ ORDER OK PtTHLK'ATION (! jfistmui.
deserve all three. j/ )'!: f' ,,, ; '"f:1: STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: ClaraAndn..JOI..kl. SWIFT'S DOG -IIFEBU01

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Ith'eedtofkinkb.ck. .*the event*:?ift-i;, 6'JOB Krakow, Cleveland whoee reMdence Ohio. 1 i
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and fa-pick out these'J .:I? You are required to appear on 4 61'QQtlll s PARDIOC
of the past year, January 3rd UU In the above ;

things which right: 'and. h..rfwl. '\".;;. ;; r named plaintiff Court*eek.and divorce.cause Bradford wherein r FOR'ff.04 3 for 20c

,. Telegraph .hall publlnh this Pkg. HEALTwCleans
Bsth Six :
County
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:' sp.*s and 'Ify'J'! at Stark Florida, thus NovtmOFFICIAL take BleachesflyPro
...: .' >\o : bee 27th. 1943. w. could ,
; .WMM Ureall.adV ri ut HieghtMnWnTfth ( HEAL) A.S.; Thomas the hand every RINSa
j. ; J ; Am Clerk of aid Court. of our friends OCTAGONLAUNDRY

,:;;ewstaotleej .6 '..,Iy. apprecl-' T. Frank for Landrum.Pit stark.12-3 ,4t Fla 12-J4 this recurrence) \ .(OV&aI ....0. ;
Atty. ,, Christmas SOAP
the )
"7 y t:ihd. std beca..*eof* 'this wa deem:If '*-, '. NOTICE Of APPIIO,'TIOFOR /.01" and ex- VXKKUA :NIS Med 9'/2c ;.
3 33cIAOS
n TAX DEED wishes giant
,4. i 1'privilege. la evpre** ..-'s Gr. N, "169. ',....., f5...(. Bill 1 e. l3 a day our of real i/2.Gal. : t
A < 1i,f;V3fi.'*>" *Au;,,...".J' '*<- .*"'''?S ?? NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and a of 14c VHITI Lgo_.23c
wishee one.V. holder of TaxCertificate year I "
Os w sincere. good t every That Claude Rowe the 2nd. return, fi F
.. ( No. 101 /leenod
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*. 1f ''*:' .. ,. '' '..-t.' ....rh1'Y" : .... day of Au uit A. IX: 19.17. ha. fll..tcame Greeting could
'/ :: : ) it' i// In my office and haG made be more sin- CRISCO P
\ :. ", '. .e. application for a tax deed to beI".u.d \JJOY than to say to '
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; In the County of Christmas and
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<<' > .T' ;-; "-'iT. : .,' of Lot 46 In Woodlawn l'Iee.' Small I
: .w h N'4 New Year. 9'/2C
'W'fIr',...';' i" "r" "' 'V;*: IS Twp S S. R. 22 E., containing i _

3; .;;,v", ',"iJ "'t': >Ii.1' ,..,;.'....,.';,,"> ." t ",' .' ., < :i.' Acre. more or leThe .of.. the ald prop- Lge 23c 68c Large 23e
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"' ; .;",;\\5'' : i, >. "1 "" ;l,. 'I1 ; described. therein will bed 5 COUPONS pry
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.,,, :.. I'4! ?;'; ,'m, :;1l ;5 r$3 k'.'.1.''\stn b' "' .'; day In In the the month Srd of of January of January 1(44,, & J.LQe 23c I No. 2 12c HIE' ,'jOR ,''fR 4
1'-1it. wiat November
i.f4 I 29th day .
,.J" J :;: .," ... :,J ';{ 'iISi (1943.OFFICIAL d thus 8EAIA. J. Thoma George's Spaghetti .

Citric of Circuit Court of Bradford

BLANDING CENTER, INC. cVuntr. Florida. 1J-3 4t 11-24 House


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, D.;CF.\lnr:1t: : u.

PACE EIQflT -- January 17th, 1944 In the above real atcember Stark&
COUNTY Southeast quarter (SB'4). THE! CO I'IS TV jritGH'M ('Ot'RTFOR named Court and cauae, wherein Piurld. lk
,
THH ,
THE COI MT Or UIIAUFOIIU 'Oll\TY mek divorce, Bradford 14th. tvu
,. (Id) f *
ie MHMOn14w Section Sixteen
COUNTYKI.WIIIItA.
MARY LEI Jl IXtK. UHAUKOItU even (7) South Range FLO"II),'* County Telegraph shall publish (OFFICIAL SiM.l ,
CLASSIFIEDSWANTED In loving memory of our (20) Kant containing ... WHOM JT MAY CONCERN: this Order In next four weekly I..- i Clerk ot rand J. T
... CIIOWIIVIllKKH .. that 1 ''un
CLARA .
who departed this H": (-: f (76) acres more or le. Notice I* hereby given Frank .
Lee. [
Mary ,
I.,
one Although year w...Irtod..y loved ,her Dee dearly 22. II. Ill:KKt.. Hlii l...-omp known..*.a.. 1I.AIIA. on which the application-will petition for sale be baaed filed my Final of the Accounting Estate as of sues.Witness my hand and official I )". for ril seam n S"Vr.kM((2'11
loved her beet and no called <"E OP APPMf-ATlON FOR file In said Court. John Kolllng and will on .
apartments, houses. or TO SELL' LAN D.I 1st, 1943.T. loth day of January 1(144 make -
Listing on to her Heavenly home. L.MAVI3 Dated Decent Q
of
children: U hereby all J. 6el5( I to the County Judge K<
homedfor rent, located within 20 Hlicnt-ci) Her Notice ..rlv"h'.t: J Hon. E.!: K. Per
Itlshy, Charley Lee, Mary I It may T. 12-3 6t 12-31 I County
mile of Starke Jeffle Lee Katie Lee Dell .... an Uunrdlan of the estate I man, for Final DUchaiff aa said
12-24 Clara uk 119 East Call StreetW. 1ClIKTlr Col'HT .
Clara B. Dukes, Incompetent, COIXTY.. KLOHIII I\ t.. Ruth 1>. Kolllng of |Victory Military SuppUe
T. CLUTE Realtor .. on the 4th day of January ('EnV.Hill I A* Administratrix of Estate
Deceased
'j iv r.nc.r: ('ol'r. ""' I). 1144 apply to the Honorable Henry John Kolllng
I' ('OI'V'rY. Fi.oimtAi iv ( Judge In Went. Jr. Plaintiff vs.
County 4t 1-7
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL i t'KHV.Arthur ;d Kiorer.r' at hta office Machnrr. also Known a* Mary l Presents Eversharp'sf
milk cows stock cows beef cat : W. Baton, J,,, Plaintiff. the Courthouse in Stark., In West Defendant. Cane No. tOIIIT. IIIIAMFOHUrot fi >
Itlln I Elite, Defendant Case o'clock A. M, ORDKH OP PUBLICATIONAND IIHCllT .
10:00
at :
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tie, stock bulls or hogs, get In. .County thereafter aa the matter NOTIfH! TO APPEAR 'VTV. FLORIDAIN CHAINC7RRY
touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., 2783.ORDKR op PUBLICATION a be soon heard for authority to .sell STATE OP FLORIDA to : Plaintiff, COMMAND PERFORMANCE
.. New berry.:
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the fol Machner, also known aa Mary very
Box 241'Starke; Box 204 Lake to! or prlvae sale whose residence IH 261 Adeline Chong Newberry De
STATE: OF FLORIDA r.t.: : rl real estate, In West ..
2813. >
481 Lake City. Bates, whose residence I I.. 6127 6Int., Street Los Anvelea Case N.
City Telephone to-wit:
; County
PUBLICATION Gift
The That
4 N. W.. Washington D. C. nia. ORDER OF ft Fo Important Will
(W ) of Northwest APPEAR
Auction market every Tuesday to appear Half % AND NOTICE) TO
You ire required to
.. (1)ere You are required
Lake City, 2:30; every Thursday January 24th., 144, In the .. In (Northweat NW'except Corner one(NW January 3rd, 1944. In the STATE OP FLORIDA whose residence to: Adeline I*
Newberry Lifetime
Palatlca. 2PM. 1-6-44 named Court and causa. ) on. hundred forty (140) named Court and cause, C. Alnneo Place, Honolulu Be Treasured A
seek divorce '
plaintiff South by thirty. plaIntiff' eeehs divorce. ,
North and Island
('ounty Telegraph shall publish. and West County Telea-raph shall publish on
Kant
WANTED RENT OR BUYInfant' Order In, next four weekly (36 yarda weekly You are required to appear
Half (K'X) of North- Order In next four :; : ,
Kant
all AND REPEATER PENCIL
and PEN SET
Witness my hand hand and A
Weal of Witness my
for several weeks. .
crib (NWV4) 12.24'N
Meal at Hlnrke, Florida thin quarter SouthwestQuarts seal at Starke Florida this a SOLID GOLD
.
Write Box 203. Starke. It cember(OFFICIAL 22nd.PAL. 1941.) A. J. IJ4'N Branch SWAll(RVT%)Also of In Southwest Section" ber 2nd. 1941. A. J. Be Quick To TreatBronchitis IN 14 KARAT TIIIWt'GHOt'TJ

LOST OR, STRAYKD-Red plded An Clerk of said Court.Htarke.. :: r ((16) Township seven (7) Aa Clerk of said (' .
T Frank I.andrum (OFF iCIAli
pony. Pindar please notify Atty. for Plf. 12-24 4t ... ,Northweat Range Twenty quarter(20)(NWVi East); Knight' & : .ICtll. Starke, rtIO J $125.00Plus
Louie Carter Lawtey Fla. Northwest Quarter (NW%) Sec. Atty for 12-3
12-24-2tp it cmcriT rOI'A. twenty-one (liTo w n.hlp -
rol1+NTV, FI.OHIItAl IV .... (7) South Bangs Twenty IN ciitcriT .tn'IIT. (.' Chronic bronchitis may develop if
I CF.RY.:: ) East containing one hun COI'NTY. FLOHIUAl 1M 'cough cheat cold or acute bron- 10% Excise Tax
WANTED' -Baby carriage in good William Franklin Smith' ..' a. v. nty-nlne (179) acre CEHF.Taylor"' llalntlff, vs., Is not treated and you cannot ,
Will cash. Phone or least T. W. with medl*
condition. pay v. Llllle Mae Smith Ruth Taylor, Defendant. .Case to take a chance any
135 ltp Cane No. 1820.ORDKR .; at the Southeast 379 less- potent than Creomulalon tl BE EFFECTIVELY ENGRAVED WITH!
MAY
OF PUBLICATION Corner (SIC Cor) of the Dedan ORDER 01i'CPUBLI goes right to the seat of the IT
FOR RENT-One 2-room apart. AND NOTICW TO APPRARBTATH. land and running East AND NOTICE TO APPEAR to help loosen and expel germ d NAME. DATE, OCCASION OR MILITARY RAM
: OP FI.ORIDA to: .. (270) STATE OF FLORIDA to: phlegm and aid nature to THIS WONDERFUL
hundred seventy .. SEE
.. AND &
2 1-2 miles south of Starke on Mav HmM i. 114 Wept" 27th. *, thence North on. hundred Ruth Taylor Those and heal raw tender,Inflamed tCOME BEY
.
Road 13.-A. L.' Ooodje. lip Norfolk.! : r.Vlrilnla.vToa. (140) yard, thence Went 4lt Laurel, Stir! Columbia mucous membranes. d PENCIL SET ON DISPLAY AT
arn requlfpd to appear ... hundred seventy (870) yard, Carolina ; to Creomulslon blends beechwood
Z4th., U14, In the .. hundred forty You are required
NOTICE s I January .. South one January Sid. 1944, In the ) ote by special processwlth other
named Court and cause to point of begrlnnlnr.
To the lady who purchased i nlalntlff seeks divorce, }n 140 Southeast) yard quarter (HKVi) of named Court and cause, tested medicines; for coughs.
shall publish .. Also nlalntlff seeks 'divorce. contains narcotics. II VICTORY
Telegraph (8E4) no
County
Dixie Doll from Hart FurnitureCo. ..... a t quarter Telegraph shall publish MILITARY SUPPL1
bounty
Order In next four weekly I I. seventy (70) yard or one (1) acre weekly No matter how many medicines
Monday afternoon: Please Witness my hand and .. across the South aide of Order In next four and have tried ten your druggist to
real. at Btarke. Florida, this (NE%) of Witness my hand
look In package for Signet Ring quarter this you a bottle of Creomulslon with
Seal at Starke Florida
e..mh..r ISth., 1943. quarter (SEV ) AlanNorth I must like they 129 W. Call Street
with black set with Masonic (N X-4) of h..r t 27th., 1943.OFFICIAL understanding you
OFFICIAL BEAU A. J. Three quarters
SEAL) A. J. it quickly allays the coufch. per I'
([
emblem. Liberal reward. This lea A. Clerk of laid Court. quarter HIE%) of
I Court.
Clerk of said to
." quarter (SW%) and la tins rest and sleep or you are
deceased Robert H Duncan Sll Lynch St..rke.
keepsake from my for three quarters (N' 8-4) of I.P. Frank Landrum 12-3 4t your money,back. (Adv.) k
husband-Ruth Brown. lip I ackaonvllle.,Florida Atty.12.24 4t quarter (SW%) of Atty. for Plf.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: RED chick.
Hatch every Friday; .attests
and approved. Wasdln Poultr
Farms 3 miles north of Waldc
11-12 8tp 12-3

JAcOBS'SALE
WANTED-Couple, permanent
residents want nice furnlshe
or unfurnished, apartment or
house. Phone 153 It

STRAY COW at J. W. Prevail''.

place on Brooker road dark
cream Jersey butt-headed, wl.
700 Ibs. no marks. Owner may;
have by proving ownership and
paying for keep. 12-3 4tp

LOST-Man's Wultbam wrist
watch Initialled W.S.K., got
expansion strap broken In mid-
die Lost In Camp Diner or
between there and railroad. Reward -
for return to Bradfor
County Telegraph. 12172tpFOR ]

SALE Home-made tractor,
reconditioned model-A motor :2
seta of heavy disc. Will sell for
cash at once. D. O. Kelly I
Route 2, Box 185: Starke. ltp]

PERMANENT WAVE, 59c! Do

your own Permanent with
Charm-Kurl Kit. Come I let t e
1r equipment, including 40 curler:
and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely -
harmless. Praised bj;
thousands including Fay MeKenzle ....

movie star
glamorous
Money refunded if not satisfied ',," ,

"'KOCH DRUG STORE ,., ,

you MALE
Would you like to own a new
3-bedroom FHA house with a
down payment of less than $950:
and monthly payments of less
than $30 T U so see
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR
119 East Call Street Starke '



_SPENCER. vldually Bertha Pearce.designed.SUPPORTS 12-3 See Up,12-24 Iud Mrs.M I. We Close Our Doors For Good Dec. 31



+r. FOR. RENT-one 3-room and one
r 4-room apartment newly fur

or Ralford nished.phone between See 1830 E.Lake R.4 and Andrews Butler.8 P. M.at, THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE PRICES


12-17-2lp

FOR SALE-Lots suitable for 300 PairsLADIES Blankets, Lumber
All' Mens Ladies &
business or residences, frontingon Assorted Shirts
100 Pairs ,
Pants
Jackets
new Camp Blanding high PLAY SHOES ,
and lots 1 block ChildrensSHOES
way. Acreage Underwear,
/ HOSE Dresses
from there. Also Torque Clock ,
for poultry houses or< stores SLIPPERS Sweaters, and All

Write owner Box 306 Starke Sizes 4. to 8 Merchandise In
tf
Fla. Other
3 PAIR
.. I For Xmas Presents 18c FOR
FOR SALE-2 lots 60 x 100 Store

each corner Washington andit

Weller Streets. W. O. Halle..2t : 99cup p.\\n50C 99c Up Greatly Reduced MUST BE SOLDHUNDREDS



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grateful/fritndt like you mJunn.ttit


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