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: May 10, 1946
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1877



ureau f 2,165 Voters Visit PollsIn

Picnic !y+rr r JOhV Spite Of Bad Weather

Big Crowd

dant the spring enthusiasm rain failed of UNOFFICAL TABULATION Noon Wainwright

aunty farmers who r V. FIRST G

I In he large Farm numbers Bureau's last all. PRIMARY r i i 1 I Qa J Re-elected..

md political rally at I J
Farmers Market. Itmt BRADFORD State Legislature

community In this gather-sec- COUNTY l J .L J J J .1 j ...
kind In spite of heavy rains and

e war cloudy skies during most of the
dry shelter under roily ROMe Balte __ 9 Ii 6 0 1 0 0 121 day Bradford Countlans turned

market platform children, some Henry M. Burch __ 3 16 10 1 0 0 0 6-36 out surprisingly: well at the poll
omen, and en- total of 3169
Tuesday, checking a
Bureau offl- Lex Green ________ 212 146 30. 55 8:5: 21 34 ,2231888Spessard
eases by ballots, almost 50 percent of the
1000 are believed 1. Holland 80 161 12 S. 34 11 3 40422
than total qualified strength of 4500.(
and state and county FOI REPRESENTATIVE: IN CONGRESS N. D. Wainwright. Jr.. was re-

s i during the politicalthe Second CungnotlMional District elected Representative to the

afternoon. Presl-I' Camille M. Geneau 43 12t 38 12 8 4 5 11 -2:51: State Legislature, polling: 1161 to

Hamilton and County Emory n. Price ____ 249 121 331 48 91 31 21 209-1123 opponent J. P. Roberta' 039.:

Dyer pronounced the I F'B .JUSTICE SUPREME 'OURT-Group Two A run-off for County Commissioner -

fete success I I 4y Paul D. Barnes ____ 22 192 84 8 18 4 4 17349 In District Two (North,

urn leaders of state + Mr .1. L. Lee _______- 73 176 83 16 25 19 8 61 -481W Starke) 'will be necessary, betweenS.

were present includ- Raleigh Petteway 60 226 92 3 12 11 3 60 -481 Q. Denmark and Incumbent E.

live Secretary John James Henry Taylor 34 79 91 8 13 3 3 20190 L. Crawford. Denmark was high
ndo; Wm. L. Wilson a man In the three-cornered race,
of farmers mar- receiving 409 votes, while incumbent -
.tor Joseph B. Abram __ 8 43 18 0 9 2 2 li-8
assistant dlJ. E. L. Crawford tallied 300,
F. D, Akin .__.____ 15 30 11 2 8 2 11 13 -98 trailed with
T. Holloway. Union and W. M. Edwards
Fred W. Drown ____ 31 99 38 10 10 5 2 21 -222 205.
n agent A
Wilbur C. King ___. 21 122 13 11 10 5 3 48299 retained his placeas
Ford addressed a J. S. Norman
George A. Lane ___. 4 11 9 0 2 0 1 Ii -38 School Board member from
ting of the or anl&a-:
i the barbecue, telling 'TWas a big day at the Starke Farmers Mar- vice president Bradford unit; ((2nd ''row, left to H. E. M 're __ ____ 51 211 119 3 '23 U 0 25 -518A District One (Lawtey and North

ational activities and ket last Friday when Bradford County's new and right) R. R. Andrews, director; Dan Starling, director Willta7n Morrison 1 9 1 ..0 1 0 :2 121 Starke) being favored with a

irvius of the Bureau, ; 1. T. Dyer, county agent; Nelson Green, A. A. Piston __ __ 9 58 11 0 1 4 18 11118 count of 606 to 002 for his op
with a discussion of flourishing Farm Bureau unit staged an all-day director. In picture at top right Mlaa Mary Ellen FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER-Group Two ponent J. II. Moore

part being played by picnic and political rally. At top left (tint row) Wasdln and Mrs. Oscar Crosby are seen acceptinga Jerry W. Carter __ 161 325 2018 29 63 29 18 131-1214 For School Board member in

lion In getting outvote are pictured: Z. W. Hamilton, president of the membership in the organization from Edward Carl M. Taylor ____ 19 76 M 4 10 3 3 13163 District Three H. B, Crosby received -

in the May prl- county organization; John Ford, executive secretary Norman. Scenes at bottom show, part of the Joe Williams ______ 21 90 60 9 It 4 8 38238 -809 votes to 1T9 for his

e lauded the efficient of the Florida Farm Bureau; H. B. Crosby, "multitude" being fed. photj by T. H O.borne) FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN LEGISLATURE: running mate E. J. Lewis.. Incumbent -
C. not
O. was a
hlch the local Bureau Jake P. Roberta __ 111 323 182 57 82 13 13 188 -935N Kelly
rganlzed and had emu candidate 'for re-election.
D. Wainwright. lr. 111 588 218 9 4t 32 22 18-1181
active program for Four New Members FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER trkt TwoE. Stands By Green
of county farming. Negroes Freed F P & Announces .No. ,,. ln'the race for U. 8. Senator,
lit day a committee Inducted Into Rotary I*, Crawford. ._:.-. 200 t-100 Bradford County gave Its candidate -

.. S. G. Denmark .-7-, 409 409 Lex Green almost four to
Iri Oscar Crosby WMluting I
new member On Murder i Charge Four'/ftew.; members were in* Kate;;Reductions.Customers U W., M.:.Edwards ,? ,.209 ,, -209 one over -OOVemoJ"lIpeparci L.

t Bureau, and report ducted \Antothe' Rotary Club FOR MEMBER BOABD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' -District One Holland The count was Qreen

Mints were added/to Wednesday;' in a *brief. ceremony j; H. Moor __--- 214 288 '* t -002 1686 and Holland 433. Owen lost

It already totaling 'awmber i;'Tbe'slaylng": : 'Robert Strong, I at whtck each was presented wltk on' Florida Power fun ,J., S. Norman ___ j508/ -606 on a statewide basis,however>> re*

famine 'iexpressed $ Ich7ear-old Lawtey negro,, was a lapel pin! a de luxe copy of the Light Co. lines In Bl'adf.J\d\ Clay .VOW MP1MBER IMUBO PUBLIC_ INSTB1jTglpN-Jyfsteld.Tla.o*, .J\ ivlag U04 J u MJ V",U*""*'
I "Four Objects of Rotary" and..s wtlK Ch I. 92 78 14 139: : 309 I 201989. .
Jca s/H/ bytft ; entered.In.the category of un aod 'Alachuaf counties share H EL. ibJSL --- ,w' -
booklet "Welcome to voted.ln other-
I T.Dyer Green to Mr, and sifted mutters '::Friday' with 'the I new, 'members are Rotary'The :'Edward' in a .2, ooOOO 'stite-wlde electric m..J.: Lewis_;"' --- 19: 34' 12,, J18 =.18 state How races the ri county may be 'seen-'In the "to.,
who had ._
In barbecue t return:of a not-guilty verdict in the T. -Chull representing classification rate cut announced by the company table at left.

and their I and of plumbing; S. G...Denmark today; .ThU'sweeping 'rate cut
} Rites
Including Mrs A. D.tU trial. of Hartley! Hamilton, '' ; ThursdayFor Plant
H. Futch, Dan[Enoch Stron'g' Jr., negroes' Who ; retail' furniture; T. H. An Os affects customers air' classes B. R. Witkovski Canning BHS Band Concert
borne, photography; and Guy ,
I L Crawford and'had been,Indicted for the killing. drews farm .. and' becomes effective June 1.:/
at t difficulty was en- The victim had been last seen Principal beneficiaries, will be Benjamin R. Witkovski, 76, To PublicOperation
barbecuing because in'a drunken condition at Hamil- were distributed the small residential users and the died at the home of his sister, Open Next

r weather. After two' ton's -home., on the night of December asking numerous 'questions con small stores and shops.. These Mr. E. S. Matthews, 327 N. Walnut ThursdayThe

U at digging pita on( 14. He was found dead cerning each individual member, will jet a cut of approximately i St., early Wednesday morning of the Bradford Coun-

grounds, those In In-a field on the old Enoch GrUfls and from the data compiled amore 2000000. | The balance will be after an illness of several months. ty non-profit canning plant, established Bradford High School Band

iiy took refuge and',. place" a week later. Evidence or less accurate Rotartan"will "picture"of'the spread over' industrial users and He .waa a''retire clothing salesman here last fall was renewed and Glee Club will present a concert -

savory meat In pita indicated that he had suffered "average Starke large commercial establishments.Over and was a native of Bethany Tuesday and will Continuefor in the USG building on Tern

the> market platform.Tular fatal blows about the head. be obtained. 200,000 customers In 321 Ga., having been born thereon the duration of the produce pie Ave. at 8 o'clock, Thursday.

meeting'of the Enoch Strong's Involvement in New song sheets, especially Florida communities and adjacent April'13, 1870, the inn of tho season. Mrs. Tyler Jones, manager May 16.Admission.

be held Friday night, the. case stemmed from the fact printed for the Starke club>>, were rural territory served by the company late Lout and Mary Daniel WIt- and Vocational Director V. will be 29 cents forchildren
Lawtey. distributed and a 19-mlnute periodof will be affected. kov kl. He had been a residentof R.
residedIn Ferguson announced that the 12 of
to and
that..he- bad occasionally ; up- year. age
.the home".of the co-defendant,I group singing was enjoyed "Despite increased fuel prices Bradford County- since the- age plant will serve local growersfor DO cents for adults, tax included.The .
Sunday with ,Miss Lou Edwards, memberof to of 8. the small fee the
whowas relative... and higher 'wages granted covering proceeds will be used for. the
Bishop Preston Finn. Lawtey negro, a the BHS Band at the piano. meet Increased living cost*", Mc He was married to Miss Pearl coat of the cans and wood. The purchase of. band uniform.

witness for the prosecution, Gregor Smith, company president, Perctval who preceded him in charge for No. 2 can wll) .be There are about 25 band members '-'

tt Bishop, do. wife key testified that he had been outside said "a rate reduction Is possible I death by 26 years Surviving are 4 1.2 cents: and for Ncv 8 cans and about 35 member of,the

I BUhop. sr., owner of the Hamilton house the evening' of Board Increases because of the steady growth of I two son'Leo, of \,Starke, and 9 14 cents.: Glee Club, with A. W. Bates a*
Telephone heard Enoch Florida and the resulting IncreaseIn i Louis of New York City. and a Expectation were that a large band director and all win fee presented ,
Company the 14th, and our business, plus expected sister Mr*. E. S. Matthews He amount of tomatoes, string bean including the 'beginners.

family St, Friday residence night on him Strong" and Jr.,later'say "pour saw the water defendants on- Health Unit FundA greater economies from the opera- was a member of the Methodist and other vegetable would be .An Interesting' program .will be

a tion of new and more efficient Church. canned during the summer. Ferguson presented( and everyone Is urgedto
house carrying
leave the
P was a native of long object. 93000 appropriation for the generating plants now under con- Funeral service were held from said that farmers would be attend, as the proceed. will go'
struction. residence Thursday afternoon required to prepare the vegetables for a good cause.Three .
the very
ounty: born Health Unit, effective
Oct. 10 The defense presented to the Bradford County
I of the "This Is the fjfth major rate at 4 o'clock with the Rev. W. J.I before or after bringing
Hitter of the late Finn had with the beginning
information that them to the plant, and that.Mrs.
> Jury reduction made by F. P. L. sinceit Churchwell. pastor of the First Trains Cut-
JJ" Minnie Richard accused of the slaying fiscal October 1, was ap
himself been year. was organized In 1925.: Based Methodist Church officiating. Interment Jones would assist In the sealingand
Ovenyoung girl she and twice arrested on the proved Monday by the County cooking. S.A.L. BecauseOf
the InCro.by By
in 1U on the new rates average wa In the family lot .
Springs charge,. then later dismissed. It Commissioners. Meeting The concrete block building,
residential customer under the
rate to be paid by Lake Cemetery
board Coal Strike
and sesrion the
been the building monthly
waa Argued thatsince regular half as muchas erected for the purpose through
b for will be only direction of DeWitt C. Jones.
25 year She he could not have allotted the sum after hearing a funds Is located
was sealed, In 1934." Federal and county -
ber the average rate E. L. of disastrous coal
of Active pallbearers were Effects a
the Methodisti unit's operations
heard, Strong's voice, nor could discussion of the on the grounds of BItS.Ferguson .
; ha' have,clearly seen Strong and by Dr. A. Covlngton, the director All of the company's 177,000 Matthews,'W.. H. Graham. D. A. announced that It will miner's strike Instigated by one
: will benefit from Arthur Manassa. James John L. Lewis was brought hometo
i were stated that residential users Monteith
held Covlncton
from obJectf Dr.
I Hamilton carrying a "long be opened twice each week on
w. service Is now the new rates with the'' largest MoQcrief. Paul McLendon Free this locality Wednesday with
Sunday with
I local public and 10 a.m. '
dark. It was Thursday,
L Churchwen In charge .shown in the that. at the time la more adequately staffed and bet savings going to those who now man Register,;! and H. M Richard I Tuesdays the suspended operation Of tort*? C }

"* was In the family ; It had been raining,, ter organized than heretofore. pay monthly bills of around 93 *. passenger trains. ..t
question I Union Revival
Lake Cemetery un- would have committee representing the or lower. .Nearly three-fourths of Ho'norary 'pallbearers were Edward The 8.A.L., making an an-

Uoa of DeWitt C. which rendered'It was such alleged observation diffi. Welfare A Board, district No. 5, requested the company's: residential customer Burns. Jos. E. Wilson.. L, Set For Hampton.! nouncement through HIM A. !1.Derby. .

also doubted increase: in general are In this group and savings A. Rennold. O.. I- Beasley, J. r.Cotley ,local.. ticket agent, said
[ue her husband Harifcj0 cult. The defense a* :claimed be welfare an funds and an additional will ayerace 13 percent. ,i Jamea Hornsby, T. J. A two week "Union Revival" that due' to the "strike1- the" line
Finn's ,
daughters, presence asserted, he would for hospital expenses for I Reduction in commercial and) Griffin, C. A. Knight, and Dr. will be held In Hampton June\ 9 > was temporarily withdrawingNo.

JSJ1'w! and canes have It was Hamilton's watch amount Indigent. The matter was placed small power rates will benefit 89: W, E. Mlddleton.. -\ 23. under the Joint sponsorship of .'* 191-193 rralmland"' 'J. 437-
Bishop Starke aroused show percent of the company's commercial the Baptist. Methodist and. Christian 428 and 107-108 ("Sun qu.&D"J.Th. .
; Evidence followed to under advisement.
dog small users "Palmlaad" between New'
sad power Churches there ,
I hV1f brotherr Oscar that the dogs'had not been dis Appointment of Albert service'Lee of- Of .three! 27,000 smaller commer- Kingsley BaptistThe The Rev. Elmer Piper who is York and Miami, departed from

l*<* onnne. turbed.. Crosby Jr., as County by the cial establishments, such as small KIngsley''' Lake Missionary with the Fuller Evangelistic Starke south at 11:12 p. m., and
were Wilbur Ernie Norman. Alachua County ficer was recommended stores shops, garages and the Foundation In Long Beach California north at 0:38: a.. m. It will be
yr.. pursuant to a Baptist Church'will have a specialMother's
J. C Rich- jailer said that he overheard. commissioners, setup like will get reductions averagingmore will be in charge of ser continued between New York and
Sherman. Enoch Strong. Jr., tell his attorney pending veterans' service than 20 percent Two thousand Day service Sunday with vices. The Foundation presentsthe Jacksonville. The last trip from
JacksonAerett. contacts
Richarde S. Scruggs of GalnesvlUe,, which will provide local others will get reduction. Sunday School at 10 a. m. and "Old Fashioned Revival Hour"which Jacksonville south1 was scheduled

and States that Robert Strong "had been killed with the Veterans Administration fiscal averaging 13 percent."These church'at 11 o'clock. Rev. T. W. i* heard each Sunday afternoon for May 6th. and from Miami
Jack- .
2 Ro enbush, with a piece of a pole." Admission and be active In* the new I new rates and our 24. Shows, pastor, will use a* his from Long Beach. north May 7th.
Norman's testimony Number .427-438 had terminus
Ddnp, of year. Further anouncements regardIng -
"The '
program go In the morning
was vigorously contested by the A hike in pay was ordered for 000.000 subject the exact time and place for at Lake Wales; its last departure
Farad defense which It was argued.. was personnel In County road main- hand In hand," said Smith. "We Greatest Word In Any Language. the meetings will be made by W. from Tampa was designated

Total among other things based on an tenance and construction. Road are building four Urge new generating E. Neurnberger will give the A. Scott, Baptist Church Fred May 6th. and from Lake Wales

t $260 unlawful Invasion of the defen Supervisor S. R. Hicks was awarded -. unit with combined Mothers Day message in song. Dodd( Christian Church and Rev. May 8th.

dants' right of free d1.IcualonWith. an Increase of from $150 capacities of 120,000 kilowatts Rev Shows wilt present a gift Rivers of the Methodist Church In The "Sun Queen" served Its

Iliad lOCally their lawyers.In to $183 a month. The wages for I ((160.000 horsepower) and this Is oldest and mothers Hampton. patrons between Jacksonville and
to the raised to the youngest
4oaar the apparent lack of circumstantial tractor opeftors were greater than the maximum demand St Petersburg, leaving Starke for
,SOCiety this evidence of a sufficiency from JlSOto $160, and for laborers on our entire system prior In the congregation at the Presbyterian ChurchThe Tampa at 9:38 a. m. and for

IOtA for a the figure far i to show the defendants I from ,4-60 to $3- per dy I to 1940. You can see we are morning service. Everyone!: is Jacksonville at 4:08 p. m. It will

county, murder. the il' '4'; planning for a lot of growth. I welcome to attend. Rev.' Frank J. Bryson of continue on its schedule to Tampa
at of first degree
,; $680.015. guilty HOMECOMING; .
... pat returned the negative verdict: LONG BRANCH don't know of any better way to P1tt bur Pa., new supply pastorat but the extension to St. Petersburg
iIrI" ryman. chair- Jury I 3ng day will be held our faith In the To Meet ended May 6th.
I Homec demonstrate Legion the Starke Presbyterian Church, "
ezp In ten minutes. .
wed con- May 12 at Long I Florida. Reports from the national capital ;
There trial was I Sundays : future of announces/ that the sermon topic
IrIbuUoIUI> <>uld be ado Prosecution In the T... Maxville, The. public; New industrial and pumping Th.local American Legion post for Sunday, Mather's Day will suggested that there was discernible '

early this conducted by State's Attorney State 'is cordially invited to attend and; rate announced by the companylast will meet next Tuesday. May 14 be "The American Family In the pressure for legislative or

e&lnpalp began E. Duncan and Assistant Judge,' dinner will be served on the r month reduced the bills .( at 8 p. m. in the Legion HalL. All Post War World". Special Moth- executive action to protect vital
Attorney Joe Hill Williams. at noon. Members of the I $313.000 an- members and veterans are invited services whose. operation are '
th[ received of th, ground 540 customers by I er's Day music has been arranged. .
ID ( for ear John A. H. Murphree. Bradford County Staging Conven- to attend. Everyone welcome. crippled. by the shortage. la coat i 1 1a'
*I nually. ... .
t >cer prevent Eighth Judicial Circuit Court pre- Lion are especially Invited. .' a.s.. --,". ...4I-'WI I, u.
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DoE TWO 10.
e. e e. . e . . . S a . Friday. 1 I HOMECOMINQ AT
I Wright McGuire of the Navy. There will hOp!
HamptonBy BrookerBy LAWTEYBy who at one time was postmasterhere I I I at Hope Baptist Homeco0j n
was visiting friends Sunday. Theressa Church
EstabUahl'd' 1877E. Mrs. M. (). Sweeney Mr*. T. W Markey Mrs. Mamie Crews! Sunday, May 12.
Mrs. Frank Prevatt and son,1 eryone Is
55 . . invIted to take
L. Matte<< Editor and Owner . a a a W.M.U. MEETING Bobby, and Mrs. Lily Collier were let of food and enjoy the u

RECENTLY MARRIED Members of the W. M. U. met' Mrs. H. C. Kelly was In Jacksonville In Starke Monday.Mr. services.t 111

hblUhed Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second CUM Matterat Congratulations are extended to, at the home of Mrs., James W. Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prevatt and

the Fort_Office at Stark. Florida.When the following three couples of our I Thomas on Wednesday, April 24, Kelly who is In Riverside Hos son, Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. John 1
town, all of whom were marriedin I. The subject was Evangelical Wit- pital. Collier and Mrs. Lily Collier
-r April: Mr. and Mrs. John ness to the World. Many Inter- L. G. Lewis was In Wildwood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. S A. lam

Blackman-the latter was Mrs. esting thoughts were discussed by on business Tuesday and Friday. Jim Hosier. e
Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! Lillian Rhoden; Mr.. and Mrs. the president,,. Mrs. Beulah Har- Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jacksonville Lee Prevatt Is spending a 30- Dfn6arpvlcoloca
Merle Chapman-Mrs. Chapmanwas reU, and other members. Th. living Monday with her day furlough with his mother,
RECAPPINGAND the former Miss Alma Rho- room and dining room were mother, Mrs. Perry Davis, and Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt.
VULCANIZINGALL den; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. beautifully decorated with red and they were at the State Farm on
SIZE TIRES Hess-Mrs. Hess will be remem- white gladioli. At the close of business that afternoon.Mr. -. A
AND TUBES bered as Miss Vera Imogene Net- the meeting refreshments of ice
and Mrs. J. B. Bennett and
tles of Starke. cream and cookie. were served by son, Bobby, of Jacksonville were Rom where I st... 4' hoc Marsh
the Mrs. The
24-HOUR SERVICE hostess Thomas.
j L. The Baptist Church at Its morn- next visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
BEST MATERIALS meeting will be held at the
had C. B. Bennett last It.
Ing service last Sunday as wee
church on Wednesday May 8.
GRADE "A" RUBBER guest speaker Wm. C. Bond of Donald Wilkerson was visiting Good Trees
Washington D. C. and St Peters- Truby Pmholster and M. Gano In Louisiana last week.
V I Workmanship burg. He gave a most Interesting were in Jacksonville, Saturday.Mrs. I Johnnie Qasque was In Jackson- and Good
I PHONE 79 address. He had been attendingthe Earl Green, Mrs. Ernest, vile on business Saturday night. Taverns
Laymen's Convention in I Edwards were shopping in Gainesville -I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and
Starke. I last son C. W., were In Jacksonville
Monday. :About the finest stand of timber and wholesome
SERVICEAdjoining Brown, son of Mr. and Wednesday. -thy start riiM
STARKE TIRE Emory Mr. and Mrs. BIU Plummer of
In county Is on Asa Follmore's
Mrs. Them. F. Brown, returned to Jacksonville spent one day last I Pfc Coleman Phillips has returned our warning.Then If the"Inline..
to Carolina after a fur .farm:Aas says It's due to"regaleheeded, they start
the Great Lakes Naval Air Sta- week here-with Mrs. J. C. Cone. trimming:
Temple Garage Temple Ave. tion In Michigan last Saturday Mr. and Mra Russell Normanof Ilough with his parents, Mr. and tion" checking on trees that don't From where I nit, self-rl]
after spending a week with his Mrs. O. J. Philllpa. come up to standard and trimming tlon within the brewing Indu,
Vanderbilt spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley and them off to give the other trees a has done
parents.Mrs. Mr and Mrs Arthur Edward, re- as much to give uiplad
Mr. Mrs. W. E. Griffis and for livelihood.
and chance healthy
J. F. Johnson and Carl cently. ant, wholesome places to
Dennison returned Sunday from Miss Marie Edwards of F.S.C.W. daughter, Madeline, were In Jacksonville He was explaining it to us in moderate glass of beer, enjoy at A,

SEE FLY & BUY Mayport where they spent the spent last weekend with her L. P. Rafuse Friday.and Cecil White- :Andy Botkln's Garden Tavern, Fullmore's forestry has don
past week with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ed- head and Andy nodded approvingly keep his white pines tall
made a business trip to the aI
Rahme and family. ward. "I'he'.ame for industry healthy.,It's nature's
thePiperCub State Farm Sunday. goes any own pptlon
Mrs. Bert Hinson and daughters Mr and Mrs Earl Green and Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonand ,"says Andy."Like the brewers --and the best there iiI!
Peggy and Brenda Sue, have recently daughters, ShirleyNell and Linda who beer
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis attended give us tavern keepers to .
been visiting Mrs. Hlnson'srothers Gale enjoyed the day at Silver church at Sanderson Sun- sell. If they find the place isn't up
> R. J. and Aubrey TurnerIn Springs Sunday.
I day. morning. to standard"clean and courteous
Lakeland, Ga. Mrs. Betty Hazel,Anderson and Miss Mary CUe Darley Is visIting -
_- Carson Porter visited his aunt, son of Panama City are spendingsome her mother Mrs., Hattie
Mrs. Ida Maxwell last Friday. time here with her
parents Darley. She has been working In Copyright. 1946, United State Drewerr F4NWAY'S ,
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION He was enroute from Miami to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green. Daytona.
his home In Indianapolis Ind.. Mrs. Florence Varnadore, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Collier -
Ralph Cheshire Mrs. Ann R. Guy has been Mary Mott and Mrs. T. W. Mar-
by were visiting her parents, Mr.
spending several days in Lake key were guests of Mrs. L. R.
and Mrs. Killingsworth at Clay
City with her daughter Mrs.Wallace Waters in Alachua, Friday after- '
.. .- ,, attended Hill Friday nnd Saturday.Mr. .
Joolln. Sunday she noon.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of ,
the 100th anniversary services at E. :J. Lewis and daughter Jacksonville her
were visiting
the Methodist Church in Tuata- Ivamae[ made a business trip to '
Conway-Libby -Service nuggee. Starke Saturday. mother Saturday., Mrs. Honor Manning, I:/ Service ,StationPHONE

Mrs. Llnnle Seley has arrived Mr. and Mrs.: W. D. Blood- Elma Crews attended the 4-H

CONWAY AIRPARK home after a two weeks' visit worth of Raiford were visitingMr. meeting and barbecue at Starke 147 RING FOR SERVICE
with her sister, Mrs. Susanna and Mrs, Arthur Edward re -

Dyal of Cocoa. cently.Mr. _
4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station Little Jane Douberly is recup- and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of cut. Oil Changing
erating nicely after a tonsllec- Jacksonville spent the weekend
Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2 tomy performed last week In the I here with his mother. Mrs R. P. Greasing

Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- Lewis. Waxing
ville. Jane la the daughter of Mrs. Alice Thomas was the '
Mr. and Mrs. Van Douberly.Mrs. weekend guest of relatives in t. Washing

J. J. Pickren and family Jacksonville.Mr. Polishing
PRICE moved Saturday to Gainesville and Mrs.of Ruell Dukes and
where they will make their home. children of Dukes were here recently I Repairs

James Plckren Is attending'L the visiting friends and relatives 1
ON PURE LINSEED OIL University there. :They 'wills} be / "' J j'' ELECTRIC ARC WELDING
greatly missed in thla community. Mrs. Lee'of: Jasper spent part

Mr. and Mrs.. Brodn ..of Atlanta of last week with Mr: and Mrs;

ALPINE HOUSE PAINT Ga., 'M....- Alva Abernathy, Earl'Green., AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
and Mrs. Marie MacCallister of Mrs. EugeneLong and daughters
.., Jacksonville were Sunday guests Betty and Martha, were OIL &: GREASE

". *. ""QUARTSwr. eacltftiwI ': of, Mr. and Mrs. B: Y. Saxon. shopping' in Gainesville- Tuesday' *
t afternoon. i l'kn'pGET' 1
.. ..- .. .-. .-. ''.. .-. ."'' .-. :... JAwrVi oft 'Quaker State .'rOil w

Gallons 2.75 each < put ;

Graham: THE
BROWN '"' LbydagADtomOLiLInsurance Sealed Containers
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Jacksonville spent the weekend Charley E. Johns BATTERIESThat's
with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs.F. .

:. Subject to,Stocks on Hand T. Abernathy. t AgencyPhone LINES, Inc.
Leonard Melton of Waldo visit- t
aCarpenter's ,IS STARKE, FLA. BUSSESFor ,,
ed his cousin Otis McKinney, I ls

and Mrs. C. B. Roberta 4.i Comfort &: Economy

were shopping In Starke Saturday.Mrs. Phone
Phone 8 Starke, Fla.GANNON'S. Leon Broughton Is a patient Drag Store Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford Take Care Of It

in St. Lukes Hospital In
Jacksonville. Her condition to .
considered fair.
Rev. W. C. Burton filled his
regular appointment at Sampson

1$PEt'llIlAlIES.F'AAFOODS ,City Lem Sunday Parrish morning of Palmetto and visited night.. service Have a Coca-Cola

his father, Ed Parrlah Sunday.Mr.

and Mrs. John McKinney, .
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling Mr.

and Mrs. Harley Starling, Mrs. 1II
Frank Thomas Mr. and Mrs
Jennings Starling F T. Aber-
1! nathy and Nate Dyal attended the

Farm Bureau rally at the Farmers -

Market Friday.
Mr and Mrs. R. L. Watson left

Friday for Jacksonville, where
220 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA. Mr. Watson will attend Barbera' A

College, after spending several
weeks with his, parent, Mr. and
SATURDAY SPECIALS Mr.' F. E. Watson and, family
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of

Rising spent Sunday with her .

BO COUNT parents. Mr. and M.... Edward

EMBOSSED NAPKINS Pkg. 13c Norman.Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis and ( II

family ]have moved Just this aide JIlr

of Waldo and Mr. Davis is em-
5-STRING ployed with the ice company in

BROOMS "SPECIAL" 1.15 Waldo.
Miss Mary Elle/i Wasdln spent
Tuesday in Gainesville shopping
Ilr IlrI
and visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Strickland and son Johnnie.
Evap.APPLES-----33c Beryl Casey S 2-c, who has
been at the Mayport Naval Air
Station for several weeks has
15 Oz. PACKAGE been transferred to the Miami :

SUN.MAID RAISINS - .16 Air Station. 1 _


25 Pound Sack SELF-RISING typewriter *37.77 (ln- 5

eludes tax). Bradford County the whole crowd goes for foodand refreshmentWhen 1
RUBY ROSE FLOUR 1.40 Telegraph.ITCH.

he gang: pulls up for curb service the first thought for refreshment ,


is ice-cold Coca-Cola. Have A Coke are words that start off a good r, //

3 Pkgs. RELEMS .10 Are' you tormented with Itching ofesema
rashes" first aid,
time. Coke and
athl.t.r. foot,eruption,. rectal Iteb- companionship go together. Because there's nothinglike
Inc or other externally eaneed skin

PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc a'rood lIotlon..result Developed? For UM quick VICTORY for the relief born OINTMENT. and InI refreshment} to make friendly momenta even friendlier.

offered to the folks I
the back Army home.now Whit., .... .... 'Coe CoIaaait i4.bbrrlatis
Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRYAT "dren..ptlc.A Bate name for you babies can't or ....an-I OmiD UNOIt AUTHOIITT Of TRI COCA-COIA COMPANY. CoaVan Its register** trtdriKurks *

ALL TIMES VICTORY OINTMENT-to. rln.." which dMtonto c v.
I, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. fact of The Coca-Cola -
!S M Stark* brUKl

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-= . Sunday In South Prong Cemeterynear Griner --
won a towel. Mrs. J. Q.
. Sanderson. Graduates of Brooker I .. ..
Caldwell Junior-High Recent
to whom Mrs. Fancher r DischargesThe

fate Farm BRIDGE CLUB MEETING I' gave a guest towel, Joined the following dlnch"rK.n have (\;z-z; ; '

1 DryaD WbltfleN When entertaining the State players for the dessert couile recently been recorded In the office (

1 Dzs . . Farm Bridge Club at 'her home I which was served at the end of of the clerk of the circuit aju 1
. the games. court: T-5 Cleveland Hunter;
Thursday afternoon of last week
SOtSCEMENT: Joseph Wesley Kelly S 1-c; Sgt
)Irs. Lawrence Dug- Mrs P. D. Fancher achieved distinction SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY Albert Ross; Maxie Moore, S 1-c; .Ie
. and In flower Mrs. J. G. Godwin entertained Pfo Clifford I
the birth of a son, arrangement by Baker; Cpl. W. L.
4I1JIOunce Hos- using selected specimens of calla her Sunday School class In the Wynn; A-S Edward Wash Davis;
ard gay. In a Lake City and Easter lilies against the blue Club Room Friday night. Bowlsof 4f Leonard Darby Peek ETMt 3-c:; MADE TO ORDER

May 3.ROBERT. of stokesla. When scores were summer flowers added to the Richard Thomas Jones, Jr., Fl-c; OUR SPECIALTY
GRIFFIS added a towel was-presented to beauty of the room for the party. Cpl. Carlls Norman Burton; Noah

K. with Robert Mrs. J. C. Wallace as holder oftop The group enjoyed Indoor games *' .kt Ernest Davis, F 1-c; William LAPPE BAKERY

IDiII sympathize bls children In the score and bridge accessoriesto for several hours and, during the Colonel Crosby, Y 2-c; Pfo Herman -
rIJ! and which occurMnUrmentwasatnoon- Mrs. Dennis Fancher for second course of the evening, Mrs. GodWin -I O. Kelly. t

Gr Mrs Griffis }high, In, "bingo" Mrs., M. E. assisted by Mrs J. G. CAld- .
Y well, served hamburgers with _

I Coca-Colas.Misses The Virginia guest Engram list Included 4Can Use More>> Pulpwood

IN nm SOUTHEAST Doris Moncrlef, Melba Stringfel- WRITE TIMBER DEPT
sad Beer than low, Pauline Brannen, Mary Lou
Ale other F-
)fore people! drink Atlantic any Yarbrough, Lila Rae and June\ Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla.

It must bcPICTURE... Caldwell, Luella and Melvene Ul 1 ._._ ....
Davis and Jimmie Brown Godwin, Pictured above Is the 1948
"fi,4t graduating class of the Brooker
Charles Thornton Delbert Crews Junior High School For Safety, Comfort and Economy .

Spencer Crews, Stanley Crosby, From left to right, seated, are: Misses Edith Fowler, class secretary

Harold Douglas. Johnson and Lowell Ilean Atkinson, president, Frances Barry Marie Green, valedictorian FOR COURTEOUS
__ { ,-c ll.s and standing, left to right, Floyd Parrlsh. Miss Alma CORRECT r,
t s ( Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leta Dyal, vice-president, Roswell Kelly, Mlsa Lorrie Stokes, treasurer. fISPlt'AlOe '
y M. E. Griner were Mr. and Mrs.S. Harvard Hazen and Maurice Dyal. INFORMATION ld,

,x// V R. Cahoon and Mrs. F. W. Edwards Graduation exercises were held In the auditorium, Thursday, Phone 147 9'" "7
of Jacksonville and Mr. and March 28. Photo by T. H. Osborne.
) I Mra. S. V. R. Mantling of Mel-
Iirilfluoo Ride Florida Greyhound lines, Inc. Busses

N ro.e.Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and R. H. Hundley and George A. Mc- Cubbing locally. UNION BUS STATIONTemple
Mrs. W. H. Williams and daughter Cracken were over-night guestsof I i The May meeting of the District
fER Mr. and Mrs. J, Committee Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Starke Fla.
s H. Hundley will be held In or
.,r._ +aAel Mr., Betty and ,Mrs.were Reese dinner Bradley guests of In Sunday. I:'I, near Starke on Monday night, .. ,. .. -.., ". _._ ... .R _, _.

,be-Yww.6.S ASM..,el1 Yw,t1.e."a N.+fN4 wwr Jacksonville at noon Sunday, the Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarbroughand May 20, at 8 o'clock. The Troop.
I dinner being In honor of Mrs. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Committee of Troop 70 will assist
Hundley's ,.birthday. Little Clin- E. D. Yarbrough in Daytona with plans and arrangementsfor EARL'S GARAGEOneHalf
this meeting, which will also
Beach from
ton Bradley returned to the Farm until Sunday. ,
Include Court of Honor session
with his relatives and spent Sun- Mi:. Yarbrough's mother, Mrs. a '
for Scouts ready for advancementand !' Mile South or Starke oo R4Wd. IS
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Mary Yarbrough, returned home
Hundley.Miss with them and will be here for merit badge-awards. All Kind* of Auto Work
MUdred Williams of FSCW, extended stay.
Tallahassee, was the guest of Mr. Mrs. Annie R. Norman and typewriters, $37.77 (Include ALL WORK VHED Wreck. MerviNGUARANTEED

and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd last daughter, Katherine, and Mr. and tax) Bradford County AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT
week-end. Mrs. John Ewouds of Jacksonille ,
Enroute from the southern partof were Sunday luncheon guestsof Telegraph. ., .

Florida to their home in Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde !
and Mrs. and Mrs. A. M.
Waynesville, N. C., Mr. Richarde.
From Saturday until Tuesday

I Miss Sara Crews of Lawtey visited t 1EVERYBODY
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding and
Miss Melba Stringfellow.

Garland Godwin arrived Tues-

day from New River, N. C. He .I.g; 01 .>** .oj*
i was accompanied by J. G. God- myself apermanrstl
win, Jim Ritch and Jimmie
Brown Godwin who went up Sun- t ENJOYS EATING

WHO CAREThat day to await his discharge from /00.. AT
Camp LeJeunne.

boy friend miles away and so BOY r. The PARK CAFEDelicious

lonely-loving relatives and friends, SCOUT NEWSThe

all want your'' graduation day photo- regular monthly meeting of

graph. You too will cherish it always the New River District Scouters I

when taken by our talented Committee was held at the,State Regular ,Meal

photographers. Farm Community Houso last y............a.. Healthful Plates
week. Considerable progress was rseaa........-.-.. Vegetable

Commercial & Portrait 'Photography reported In local units throughout Everrtaiac Tom ....) far a (.tarioiMveret Short Order :;
the District
which includes.Brad- ,A nalrr..reekl-Iva fnpt
PHARMACISTPhone ford. Baker, and Union Counties. tooM are like time. ....J I. .beauty
of. New Scoutmaster registered ..hrn.trr* ......_te. Laboratory
Hollywood Camera & Gift Shoo since the last District ....*.WoMleHul lor caiUrea'l" b.",-
64 STARKE meetingwere .....,wo,, Mooey keck(..-- .
reported as follows: EdwardT
J. R. BULLINGTON R. L. TEUTON On-tke-Mini: Service Shull, Troop,70 Starke: Paul It's a matter of pride. .

McLendon. Troop 100, Raiford. #1c Ill MI '

The subject of Cub Scoutingwas NIfMMIMWeol. A

discussed,' and Scout Field e d wave &4? -
Executive Art Rowand announcedthat

he would be In Starke Tuesday No we're not bragging, bal
'" May 7, to meet with boys of i
\ cub age 9 through,: 11, and with Carpenter's' Drug Store we are proud of the careful
their parents. The Rev. Fred G.I

Yerkes, Jr., pastor of St. Mark's Your REXALL Drug Store r workmanship with which

Episcopal Church In Starke, la Phone 64 FU.
assisting\ in the development of each garnrnt ld I processed In

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oar plant. 'This. feeling of

pride remit from the Ratio
i""il.J 10 lho 1
QA .. an cordially la I tiereby given' that the following described lands will, faction of a pod job well
be old at public ,
auction. on the lat day of June 1510 at II
o'clock noon at the City Hall In Stark., Fla, to pay the amount '
romior &Jl.alion due for taxed, herein act opposite to the aame, together with all done. We believe that you will take pride also In
c conte of such aaie and advertlalnff.

Ax**. Temrept. your clothes after they are returned to you from our
of dlislinguuJied now walcI2eetlo Deerttlon. 9. T. .. Anse OwnerStanding A Ca plant.

All that portion of NWS .
o f SEVi lying W of
3ee.ll.nCJ1 9rou f26e canal and N of Call $t., .
and E: of Weller St., ,,.
except home of V. B.Harrell .
H. H. Houetonand
I BULOVAi Chan A. Jenkins it I IS Center, Inc ....,. ROBT. 315

Lo.rle of 8ub'Dlvllon Block: I. Clt.U i sas tin. George Pierce I." GREEN, 7( ( Temple
Lot 0 of Block 1, and lot
I 100 ft. Nand.. by **U,
ft. E: and W In NW Owner Ave.FARMER'S .

corner llna-'* Rt.l'I; IIOpoW'- sss Kunte Fred Lulde 4.T4 .
Block 12 except Btt, of
.. lot /. Oanklne Add. U ssi Floyd Green 1(20X.
.. .. Lots LI of B loo k I.
Highway Addition it sss 3. Keen 11." ..(
r N 10 ft. of lot 4 and lot
f of Block I, HighwayAddition
i* K ssi W. A. Cook n"oLoon'A
Block J. M. '
nlJ tl is Mary B. Malooey 1.10
Lot 1 and H 17% ft. of
lot 1 of Block t. LITinantonTru SUPPLYCORNER
? by A Co.
.. .
Addition II I Mrs Maude Browolee III
Lota 1. ". S. 5. 10 of block
froapCA Co.11.:':;Addition' ,, .Trllb".U saM Carl Bitch SI.II IOTA & CHERRY STREETS
Lots a-U and H t ft. of .
.f lot 4 of Block 14, LlvInmtonTruby MIKE MARUCA Owner
v ? v Addition a> Co. SI 1 ssis Floyd Green SLStPrunl
F Lola 1. 1 of Block I1.
UvlnsetonTr *
Carr 1.14
E Co'a St Addition ft. of lot S of U. '
BULOVA Block 11, L ln.atonTruvy TARPAULINS12x14
' Co.'*' Sub Dl- Enoch Tyson I."
vision IS s isi
Block U and N" of mock
21 jewels t.. Llln/ .eton-Trnby A Unknown "" 15x20
Co.'. flub nivlelon II sist
Lot 1 of Block 27, Llv.
In..ton-Trub Co.. Homer William 4.14Joe $14 $34
Sub>> DI"I.lon l .IS 5
s. I* except lot S,
, '. ,% ;i' 'Pot /UicrwlmbA> L.lvlns-eton-Tr a by Hogan ..,.
A Co.'. Hub Dlvlelon II 35
:, wsatt sometbiagi Lola I. 4 of Block SO.IJ Laying Mash 4.40
,tjs.r.ometU.g1ASIIN Co.lneton-T. Sub D 1'1111It y di 2t i ssf Willie Robert 4.14 Oats 4.25

;"'} 'richer la a ttasoN U>"*.. I Peeks, 4. (.Addition S o' Block IIx ssIS B. B. Berrymaa 11.111' Kerr (Mason) Fruit Jars, Doz. .85

i.c..w. are, | >te A. B. C of nock 1, Boyd Holloway 15.21Wyna's I'
11jewel., pP road to pretenl Fractional Addition Block t*. K of SI 1 Pig Ration .- .. 4.10
5Z50., "Excellency1 Twelfth Street and W
the Ballards 18 Dairy Feed $3.70
of Walnut St.. Tem Unknown 2.10 p.c. -
/.i 18 I.. Crouo"by Bu4.v.. .'* Addition SS I SS
*- "V.: South tl f e.olN 111
OASSArxMi. y feet of E! SO f..t of

1l1 0, ..i IZOM If2JTo *J2.4 on Block En.1..,.'*aa Map.extended Or'A.. W. And.roa till Ballard & Ballard
tied DVLOI 4 xciL $cr' CM PIIXW Inal Town of Atark SI ssss
flW corner
Cornadl CIon B a y s&
and run S I>. ft. for
of b*g.. thence run FEEDS
GEM JE1VELRYStarve W 11 ft.. H HH ft. H.
pt.US of'I..beg.!! 1250 fL to a ZS 1 Unknown >.*.

Florida Tax Collector, City of Itark



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f : Baptist Circles WSCS Met Monday i Was in-Andrews 1 U.D.C. Meeting Wedding
i a Met TuesdayCircle ; Mr.' 'X. ''V: ,Sauls was hostess Held In ,Davis HomeMrs. Is' Entertained

! to Circle One of the Woman's
One of the Baptist L., A. Davis, Mrs. W. G. Mrs.

, Miss Clara Mae Harley* 'Weds N. B. Blocker, Church met at the home of Mrs.A. her Society home of on Christian McMahon Service Street at Hails and Mrs.. Jos. E. Wilson Mattie Harley W H, Baggett

In Church Ceremony Sunday Afternoon J. Thomas Tuesday afternoon. Monday afternoon. Easter lilies were Joint hostesses to the W. T. home of enle.

Several Items of business were were used In decorating the large Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., on Wed- Mr. Eo .
I transacted and It was announcedby living room. nesday afternoon of last week, at Saturday night In

t the leader, Mrs. L. G. Powell, the home of the former on West members of tile '
1r that thIs circle will arrange for The meeting was opened with Madison Street. The rooms of the wedding party
In the church next prayer by Mr. Titus Olson and The
placing flowers lower floor of the Davis home rooms
will the Mrs A. W. Anderson, circle chaIr- Lively tlaed 1I'e
month, and also plan were tastefully decorated with decorated
Brotherhood Banquet and presentthe man, presided over the, busIness stately Easter lilies, lupin and ers aDd Supper With
session Sauls that: Will
Service the Mrs reported fet style
Royal program at snapdragon.The from
she had planted two llguatrum table lone
business meeting. i Was
plants on the ,church ground and : president, Miss Madge Mid cloth COvered 11'1
Bowls of atokesla and other i and
dleton, presided and the meetingwas centered
would IrIth
soon plant some yellow jas-
early summer flowers were placed mine. The circle arranged for opened with the Lord's prayer nasturtiums.ed Lighted
I'I about the room where the circle at each end
placing flowers in the church durIng repeated in concert and the U. tral balsa
met and each of the eight members May. The "treasurer reported S. Flag and the Confederate flag arrangement,

present took ,a part on the that $8.51 had been contributed salute Mra., 0 Annie Ldu Godwin Miss Clara Mae

program which was presentedfrom transacted her> duties aa secretary vented gifts to
at thia\, meeting. M,,. Joe Mar- each It
the,Royal rv.lcemagazine: tinez Wad welcomed into thegroup and a collection 'was taken ling attendants, 1'ht

Mrs' Thomas served refreshments as a new' member. for the purpose of buying a Vic were,aslllsted: by1tra.

rV of chicken salad with tory Bond, which the chapter ex- Fred Guy and Miss
The circle members praisedthe
cookies and lemonade followingthe pects to purchase when the necessary dieton
meeting ,work of the pastor, Rev. W. Mr and Mrs. H. M. Wasd n, of amount has been raised. Present were
J. Mrs. Church
Churchwell and R
Graham the engagementand A H,
well, and all united in wishing announce It was announced that the Floe Harley, Sr, and
met at the home of approaching marriage of ley Jr.
Circle Two their return for another year. ida Division is offering a scholar- Mrs, W, M.511
Mrs. H. J. Newsom, with eight their daughter Mary Ellen, to Mr. to high school students who and Mrs Blocker

members present. The 3rd chap- Mrs. I. p. Shepherd had chargeof A. T. Andrews, son of Mrs: Pearl write ship the 'best essays on Southern sonvllle Beach, Mrs,,Jr"C.,

ter of John was read by the leader the devotional service and used Starling of Starke. The marriage Such students must be of Green Cove

thaw Mrs. W. B. Alexander, and "The Divine Fatherhood of Cod"reading ceremony will be performed on History.lineal descendants of Confederate .. Molpus of Ocala SPrlnga
I and ,
,, ;i ,, Mrs. Thomas led in prayer. verses from Mathew, Thursday, June 6, at 8 p.m..' In veterans., Edwards, Mrs. L, H )Mm II
Mark and 'Luke. Her review. was the Graham Baptist Church." Enza '
Mrs. W. L.. Andrews acted as ; Blanchard.
The historical subject for thIs
secretary pro tern and several greatly enjoyed., No invitations are being issued! was the Confederate -
meeting Navy
rCr'n items of business were discussed.Mrs. Mrs A. Wood reviewed an but all friends of the couple 'are ; The brIdegroom, .
.. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman and
Newsom, assisted by her article from ,the World Outlook, Invited.R. Blocker, entertained h
Mrs. I. O. Powell each gave an
daughter, served tempting re- her subject being "Christian Ko- ants the same
J. DavIs on the recent meet- interesting review on the topic. Grill evening
freshments after the meeting. rea to Christian America. She on Highway u
closed the meeting with prayer. Ing in Palatka of the District Mrs. Junlus M. Smith Invited were W. M. Blocker.

The hostess assisted Miss Woman's Auxiliaries which she the chapter to meet with her at M. Blocker 9r
Circle Three met, at the by Jr? c A
of its leader, Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Louise Snyder' and Mrs. Dun- o attended. I her Santa Fe Lake home on June ... Molpus, L. H HID-

The livIng' room was attractively can, served delicious refreshmentsof I George D. Young, who la assisting 5, with In. J. M. Brownlee and Jack Blocker of Wash,,

decorated with bowls and vases Iced tea, sandwiches, nuts and the Rev. Fred Yerkes (dur; Mrs. Earl Johnson( as co-hostesses C.

of gladioli,. Queen Anne's lace cake .to her ,guests. ing May made the main address o This meeting will,be the annual
Shasta daisies and nasturtluma. on the program. all-day picnic, followed by a short

The devotional John 3:16, was Circle Two' met Monday afternoon Mrs. Davis, hostess for the business session. Mrs. O. L. Beas-
the.'home of Mrs. F. H. served and coffeeto ley. Mrs. Brownlee and Mrs. O
J. Sr. at meeting, cake
Mrs. W. Epperson,
given by .
The program topic was "Wanted Long on Walnut Street. A large the members present.' I The L. Haynes are In'charge .of arrangements .jY2

Missionaries" and Mrs. A. E. vase of Easter lilies and a bowl of Center was decorated with a profusion for the day.
red radiance'roses added to the of Easter lilies. The hostesses served theIr!
Wall, program : gave

(Photo by T. H. Osborne) some .InterMtinfir...______.... _Items___ on___ the_n_ _sub-___ attractiveness I of the living room guesta with delicious Ice cream,
where the guests were seated. topped with cherries!, and pound
Sect, and other members ,,present Birthday Party
Mlsa Clara Mae Harley, daughter -I with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. took: part in the,discussion. I Mrs. A. Adklns, circle chairman cake.
of :Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo H. I Blocker left for a wedding trip. presided and the meeting For Young HonoreeMrs.

Harley,' and Nelson B. Blocker, Mra. Blocker travelled in a gray Mrs. Sparks presided'over the was opened,with prayer by the Struth. x

, 'son of Mr.: and Mra..N.'A. Blocker I suit with an orchid corsage. business session. There were 10 president Mrs. W. E. Middleton : J, R. WainwrIght entertained The three-tiered birthday cake

" Sr.; .of Neptune Beach, were Among the,, out-of-town guests members present and Mrs. T. W. Mrs. L?, D.. VInIng served.. secretary Wednesday afternoon, ;,May was.iced In pink and white with

,united in marriage in a beautiful :. present for the-ceremony and reception Silver was welcomed Into the 1, in honor; of the fourth birthday four pink candles, and slices

| ceremony ,performed''' by the Rev. were Mr. and Mrs. L. circle aa a new member. The offering Miss Amy Coburn, secretary of anniversary of her daughter'Mary' I were- served with Ice cream to

f C. H. Hickman, pastor, in the GeIger and son,"Nelson, of Green was $11.50 and the*meeting supplies, announced that the June Katherine. About 35 children the guests. :Favors of candyfuiedups

i Grace Methodist, Church ,in Law- Cove, Mrs Ruth Barthlow and was closed with prayer by Mrs. meeting is the time to take good played games In the spacious yard were given, and the young

* tey, last Sunday., ,,It daughter. Effie Mae' of Middle- Epperson.Mrs. used, clothing, ,to be sent to one with the young honoree, and were honoree, received many nice gifts

t j. The impressive double-ring burg, Mr: and Mrs. Frank H. Sparks, assisted by her of the Florida missions. All mem- entertained ,by Mrs. D. A. Mon-1<$ Bill Long; of Jacksonville spent

f ceremony( was performed In''the Caton of; Port Ora rig e", Capt. daughter, Mlsa Seleta Sparks, bers are requested to take used telth. Mrs. Charles Darby,; Mrs. the weekend here with his mother,

I, presence,_of many 'friends of the Thomas.Gerdine ,of Camp Blan served' chiSken salad with punch o clothing In. good condition, tP W. H. Graham, .and Miss kate(,Mra., F. ,H..'Long. rrw

f young couple. The church was ding, Miss "Martha-.,*Harley of and.saJtlnes to their guests. the buslnessmeetlng, \ on June 3. .. ,' '
I decorated with white lilies and Gainesville., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I ;. "The Divine Fatherhood of God"wpathe -------c--------: ;" -': -
be held -
'The next "
meetingwill (
/r. gladioli in a color scheme of Knlgh of High Springs, Mr. 'MidMrs. title of the second chapter ; }o( .. r(4a.L(1'r \ .
with Mra. Gao. A.;;Anderson.- I ess.r. ,. ',a .', ...
|, green and white. Native greenery D. C. Biggs' of'' Hastings. lei 17 rr+Gur, Js4'td brr of: tb4ti.bQk, fox. study, and '.'ft !" 1 ; w __.. .._ '.' ,....
I t'' and lighted tapers in branched Mrs. Jack Bales of West {Palm ,!t''The>.Bu 1nelllt1 W men.t:: Circle review! jwerfl given*by ,.Mr..,,bW. \/t ..,M ,"' -

f candelabra formed' a setting before Beach,',Mrt.> and Mra. R. Ej ""Par- 'was postponed until"-neKt''Monday l.JchurchYf4l1''- ,Mrs, E."''HYnhac-_ '!to
|t Which 'thyoung eouple..b.changed ; nell'.nd Mr: and Mrs. J. T. Henry night becausgy44 za,conflicting .MrerrWd.q.4Ja&Ie&! \
f vows of Gainesville. Col.1'ack BloctteP, Cressle, ,,, .n..lt I ",11111' ,
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be eta ,
at ch rcjwi It/will' r 7)
| t tMra. ; ..held at the,borne,, Mrs-t: Ethel /{ :'The'Revrand Mr Wj J. Church:: ,' "" \I art i'i
I played the ,wedding marches by Bill Blocker Oregon.M. E. Hett- M. Bigger at_ 8dplock.a! ,') ,.31 well/were (Biveivferedl, fog::a\'\,most : :>' .i w ,, '. I"I'r 4f I .

% Lohengrin and:''J'ncela.J1on"! aa a garfpf.. Lake City, ),Ir. and Mrs: ... 'c:. .ucc.|irful. yfjur tin rthM: th..talChurcjv t'' e aa.IHI ,.:P.;:) .it:
. : .1' ,'" 'I flt.1
nab'and !- '
. and rece& William 'A.- :S .
processional Blocker cboMtlleo :
w.The KingeleyLak4.Qircl ) met ,; anAuifthq clrcl 'voted r IN .', ;., ," "-It:
also played for the solo renditions o Beach and Mr. and Mrs EX'.L.,! unanlm0usly.it asking! their, return + I ... y {
of "0 Promise Me" arid "I Molpua of Ocala. Tuesday,afternoon with..Mi's-; 'I* \ ,a're
to., S another>> Annual
Halnea. jrear. 5.f'
D. '' There were five member .
Love You Truly," byBiggs. Mrs.E.L.: conference will be held June ,...'If ...arM ." ..... ,
She played appropriate prevent theymlssjonary! .. .,. .. : .
Club 6, -DaytonaiBeacn.\ 'f .
: i 'the .
Jr. Woman.s MfaAguiiard.'who spoke ;at' ..
i music .
nuptial, > ,during the cere- { The hostess, assisted. Mra.Tr .
ttonyjHf: : *>. 4 f Jivvrch ,hat:eve InI'I'-waa 1 present. '
I "rs.- Met ; served
Wedn&day] .n V r T. Long, the 17 guest ,
,= The bride, who waa given hi ( .. Several items of business were present refreshing,Iced tea! open-

\ marriage by her brother, LonnIe The Junior ,Wom n'. Club1 of discussed! ; and Mrs.:Halaes served. faced. sandwiches, ,'and individual .... 't' ,

'I, H, Harley, hue as her matron-of- Starke met. Wednesday- night" of coffee and" cake'totrte., 'gUeatsJ. : cakes. xs'tMetnodist l.a

honor her sister, Mrs. W. H. nag- last.week in 'the .club l ,,' building

'gett of Shreveport, La. I with the president Miss Lucille, Laymen:Supper Church \ i oP- o eg by 0.g t 1J : ,

Mr.. Blocker had .. his! ,,,;beet "It) hell,-, presIdingt 1 The club Honors Veterans' .- .
man,' his 'brother,. 0 cot VJackBlocker ,pf getWd, flag salutVwere given Delegates attending the National

of Washington, U. C. sr reports were heard from Laymen's Christian' Evangelistic Members'' 'of the Methodist h.'rt
various"'"TOialrmen. .' Convention here last week enjoyed -
E" L:
Halite Jones of Starke and. Church entertained, last Friday
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright reported a fellowship Dinner;at Avery .! "
Molpua of Ocala served aa ushers.
night with, a ;. In the recrea-
that a total of $81 ,was cleared Inn at 0 p.m. Saturday. Local
l ,The lovely bride,wor"e a gown o
; tion building in honor of the returned .,
'.- of white organdy over satin with from 'the4 dance' sponsored by the ministers and several Starke business service men'who are mem-

|t' a square yoke and basque effect club week before last, and another men'were Invited- .to. Join, the bers of the church.,

I skirt with long train.: The sleeves dance (was>planned for May 31. Croup.: a There were''*about. 50 present '
t were long-fitted and .formed Misses Freddie!: Wlmberly,,Bobble :
i and the church officials were also :
t points''over the' hands; 'I'her veil Cameron, and Louise. Snyder WoodmenGircle' ,.,' .. \ ,.
?. of tulle'was'caught' with'a"tiara Were appointed as a''dasicN'tom. guests Vasea on of this red roses and lace, '.'. 'At,,'1 :.4.Sunday:,; .

h of rosebuds and.pearls. Her bou- mlttee to make plan AU members of the Woodmen flower at Intervals

quet was an'orchid with a spray 'Mrs:P., S. Cook, ,;iTrs. Charles Circle are'}T? k<*iJ to. attend a along the were long placed banquet table ,: ,: "

of steffinatt..Mrs. !. Mayhugh, Mrs. Mary' Lee Han meeting'Tuebday.. ,May' 18, at 8 .
which wad :covered with 'a white
,Baggett wore-an aqua blue cock, and, 'Mlsa Audrey Carlisle o'clock, and'' ,the' member ,who linen ,cloth. Arrangements,, of -

satin gown and carried a bouquet were accepted as new members) of rings the:. most members with L
Easter lilies and roses about the
y of pink carnations.. ., I I the club. Plans were CODl.plete4for"he.spver her will receive'a.. gift from the :
room added to the attractiveness.
Mrs. Harley; too the' i1 of the } Tea to be gtvenat Grove: Refreshment will be \,; '
t Baked chicken and dressing with df
bride \(<5re a gray jersey gown I Ii' 0 the club house' on May 33-!!"'and nerved bY' Mra. Wy>L. Andrews.hiayesWyrnore fruit salad and strawberry short- r

with a corsage of pink'rosebudsand Miss Lillian Stump was chosen '
cake were served. Mrs.. L.A.. -
3;i Mra. Blocker, mother of the chairman1 The tea Is, being'held lo r
u '
Davis +
was chairman of the
bridegroom, wore rose Jersey, also for the benefit of the from--Iurig com- trOJ- a

with a'pink rosebud I corsage. which Is being purchased by Floe Miss Lola Wymore.'daughter- of mittee Several on arrangements.contests were held and s :Tumi

s Mra. Blocker Is a graduate.of ida Junior Clubwomen. Mr. and Mra.1 Fred':1. Wymore of E.' L.; Matthews, layman and A. :JVL :

Dna and has been'connected until Misses Lucille MItchell Fran. CraIg Colorado. became the brideof Z. AdkIns, Jr.. veteran, were !@-. ,

recently with the administrative Peek, and Delia Rosenberg. T. Sgt. Clifton B. Hayes, son awarded prizes Mrs. W. J. rII ,

department at Camp Blanding. ported on the State Club Convention -.of Mrs. Edna Hayes of Brooker Churchwell, Mra. E. K. Perryman

.Mr. Blocker la a graduate of ,which they'recently attended. In a quiet ceremony .performed and E. S. :Matthews served as .d :

the University of Georgia where In Lakeland. Friday of last week .in Craig. Judge Sanford Ritch led in ,

i. he majored in forestry. He is a Delicious refreshments, were The double-ring ceremony Was group singing following! the supper ... l z,

former associate state forester In served following the meetingby performed by the ReV: O. T. Dayat '> i ? .' '" :, ,
Florida and la at present con.. the hostesses :Mrs. James Black- hIs home, 'and the bride was '

nected with. the S. J. Hall Com shear Mrs. Charles Darby, and given in marriage; by her father. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell ,j ;, May 12thWe .
pany In Jacksonville in the capacIty Mrs. Bill Powell. 'I I | Mr. and Mrs.'ArnOld Mills served ,.. a

t of forest manager.l 1 '* as attendants' Hostess At BridgeMrs. '. ,

Reception M UeJd WILL I suit -
SPONSOR DANCED Mrs. Hayes wore a gray
A' reception was:,"el4..immediately 't '- I with lavender accessories and an J. B. Cottrell' of Camp .

following the
f the borne,-of :Mr'antl.Kn.'Lo. ', dI ,League cf St. Mark's Eptteopal white anapdragoa corsage. and apple bloa- of bridge players at her home last _4 .; 'i ..
,, H. Hill.: : A '.' Church will sponsor an Infojtmal soma w.M8d; in decorating the Friday afternoon. Quantities of beautiful assortment

In the .receiving':' line were: the dance from 8 till 12 Friday glgtt" Day home for the easter lilies and roses were usedIn U a ,
o. bride1, and.
Edwards'' MrsT1 A. -Adktaui Miaii. All the latest records will Several piano selections were At the end ot the'game :Mrs.L. .. of, giff :"

Matte Harley"Mrs..: I... ,H. Patch;, be, Mra. M*."'Welts,' Mra.. 'Lied' W: will be served at a cost of, --60 music was played during the Hoyt Cotney ot Orange Park suitable for'ihU occasion. J

Roberta Mrs. ,Jf. cents The ceremony. AbOut,20; close friends.4.nd ; ..- .
.Kelly-ian! per person. proceedapfthdance'wllI were awarded prize as holders of
Min! Enaa'Hlapcttd.' : V go Into the fund relatives, of the young couple high and low scores and Mrs. K. Y hit''o r.', store
The green "- nd-whiteeolol o top;,ervlca to church ,and com.o a reception following O. Duncan as winner in a game %
scheme was carried out,-In th.. > the ceremony.t,After a short wed w
o 'apt ty with the particular ob'lecilve of bingo. end make your selection
where the were +< ding trip the young couple will ,
room guests entertalned. "- of sending delegates to Mrs. Cottrell served a tempting .
be at home at 1506 Rood Avenue,
Camp Weed who will return bet frozen fruit salad course with
Grand Junction Colo. early
The bride's table was covered' ter cokes to her guests
equipped to lead in their .
Mra. Hayes attended Craig
with a lovely Chinese cloth and :
various activities. All I '
young peo-
centered with the beautifully decorated and has been' employed secretary .
ple are cordially Invited. St. Mark's ,
cake. to the city manager there for s

Serving at the punch bowl dur Mr. 'Emmett of Freeman the past three years. -
Raney Woman's Auxiliary of St.
ing the evening were :Misses Lou Va.. is spending several Mr. Hayes attended Bradford Mark's Epbcopal Church met +r 11D: 1'r-.lTII:2: '

Edwards Margaret Davidson, weeks with her parent. M.r Ltd {igh School in Starke and has Monday In the Church Service t

Ernestine Moore, Adel Dlnkioa, Mrs. Floyd Green UrAftjJWfu- "n In service for the past three Center. lira. MatUe Gahagan. director ,
Dottle Su. Biggs and Shirley Har. Drull.StortrPhone
expected later for several days years. He is at present stationed opened the meeting and

ley.After Mrs. Raney la the former Miss wltlthe recruiting office I. led In the devotional.A 64 Starke
spending a short timer I Caroline Green. Inj .
Grand Junction. "
report given by
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of LOCAL NEWS Mra. C. L, Hill and Mrs. J. fc. Mr. and' Mrs. O. L. Beasley ....... .

BITS ; .' ,Wainwright' were abopploK In I pent last weekend viattlng Mr. Coca-Col Party
Jacksonville' '
Monday. and Mr. C. T. Tison at Fernan- For Miss Harley
SSBS"M. Miss Katherln( Poster dlna Beach. I wish to express my thanks to the voters
was a
Haight returned to Mrs. Pearl Courson of Lulaton, guest several entertalr- ? :>0//' 1 '-
laat Mrs. Vernon
W week of SIlcox
Waycross Ga., this Ga., Is spending some time at the Miss Lillian Mrs. A. S. Crews of Jackson- in the Third School District for their fine
in Stump while enroute villa ed at her home Thursday 'of last .
home days with he, home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- spent from Wednesday of ;: "
after several front Palm Beach to her home In last week week with a Coca-Cola party In
II sister-In-law, Mr. and dleton while recuperating from a through Monday with vote and support in this election.
and Memphis, Tenn. She honor of Miss
ther recent illness. and Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr. Mae Harley
. J. H. F'elds-' Stump both served as Army NKW whose wedding to Nelson Blockerwas
and Mrs. George arriveothie Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent nurses In the same unit overseas. REMINGTON PORTABLE an event of Sunday In Law-

BIr sewton> N. C., will the weekend with their son-in- Mr. and Mrs Juniua M. Smith tax typewriters, $%7.77 (includes tey. n. a CROSBY
with Mr. law and daughter ) Bradford County
weeks Mr. and Mrs.
several and family who have and
moved to Spring flow-
alt for Telegraph.Mrs. early summer
Mrs. Laura I. William Thomson at Lloyd. Miss School Hoard Member District Three
mother, their
II'I summer home on Lake Santa era were used about the spacious
in-law and Evelyn Stump who Mae Edwards Miss: Elaine
'en, and brother- had spent the Fe, have as their guests Mr.Smith's porch and the living! room where
Fields. weekend, In Edwards and Mr. and
H. Mrs.
Tallahassee Ernie
J. '
Mrs. returned
r, Mr and sister and "brother-in-law, about 40 guests enjoyed the occasion. 9
G. and Jim Rltch with them. Mi', and Mrs. Ernest Jones of Phllllpa were shopping In Jacksonville r .

OcdwtL Jeune N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Elerd Baker left Washington, D. C. Wednesday The table was covered with a
"'week and returned Tuesday I. recently for Salisbury, Mo., after Dr. and Mrs. ,C. F. Sayles of Mrs., R. J. Davis, George D. green linen cloth and centered DON'T FORGETMOTHER'SJDAY

apanled by Garland Godwin making their home In Starke for Miami have been spending this Young and Miss Lillian' Stump with an arrangement of larkspurand

was recently discharged the past two years. Mr. Baker week at,the .Peek'cottage) on went- to Jacksonville Tuesday to rosebuds In three yellow :

re I was operating engineer of the hos;; Kingsley Lake..,They.are! .on their take ,Miss Katherln Foster, who bowls. Yellow napkins with ,the ; ;

Z, Adklns Jr. Is ,spending pita boiler plant at Camp Blan-: way to their summer home in has been visiting Miss Stamp, to Inscription "Clara Mae and, Nelson -I! ;

time at the lake home, of ding and they resided at 713.W; North Carolina. Mrs. Sayles is a board a plane for her\ home In *' also carried out the chosen' "

u parents. Madison St. while In Starke., sister of Mrs. C. K. Perryman Memphis, Tenn. color scheme: ':: I MAY 12

Irs T H Howard of Sango L. A. Davis and the Rev. W. J. and Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pres- Mrs. SIlcox presented Miss Hair-

Calif, who spent somee Churchwell attended< the Rotary 'NEW REMIN 0 1' 0 N PORT cott of Tallahoma, Tenn., spent ley with a lovely case of hand- -'

with Dr and Mrs. W. E. Club luncheon In Jacksonville ABLE typewriters, 937.77 (Includes last week with Mr. Prescott's sinters kerchiefs. Open-faced sandwiches }
been visiting In tax) Bradford County Mrs Fay Gill and Mrs Mae
dleton, has Monday. and cookies were served with I .
er places In Florida and will Mr. and Mrs. Frank J Blecha Telegraph.J. Edwards. drinks to the guests\ by the host )+r .;

urn this week for a few more and son, Hubert, will leave the Fred Guy spent the first of. Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth of ess, assisted by Mrs. D. L. S1'cox I,. .' I c;, .,J9it
the week in Gainesville
Jacksonville attend- was here
? with them. first of June for their old homein and Mrs. R. H. Cox. a
and Mra. W ing the Southeastern Convention Tuesday. I
T Olson, Rev. Kansas '
!rs City after making their Among the guests were Mrs ,
Churchwell and Mrs. W. E. of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Among those in Jacksonville ;
Methodist home here for the past five years. ;Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mr. and Dan Harley and Mrs Lonnie Harley -
attended a Tuesday were Henry Phil and Al
dleton of Lawtey, Mr. Jack Bales of
Mr. Blecha I Ir
Hillary District Meeting In Paa I was employed with' Mrs C. L. Hill and daughter,' Manassa, Mrs. Freeman Register, '
the Post Engineers at West Palm Beach Miss Mattie
Wednesday. Camp Blan- Patty, and Miss Mary Beth Lane Sr., and Mra. Freeman Register, _
ding. Harley of Gainesville and Mrs.
tin( T F Landrum and fam- were visiting relatives In Val- Jr., and Jimmy Peek.
spent the weekend In Jack- I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jacksonville dosta, Ga., Sunday Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss La.William Baggett of Shreveport,

vllle with Mrs. Landrum's par- spent Saturday with Mrs. Mrs. O. W. White returned home Elaine Edwards will spend Sun-

s, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. Ensor's mother, Mrs. Bertha Monday after visiting her slater, day, Mother's: Day with Mis. Ed-

Tie Rev, and Mrs. M. C. Stith Pearce. Mrs. G. C. Bates, in West Palm wards sons and daughters-in-law, Visitor HonoredAt f

Washington. D. C., who have Come and be fitted In a beau- Beach. While away Mrs. White I Mi. and Mrs. Joe Edwards and LuncheonMiss 4

i visiting Mr. and Mrs H. L. tiful Splrell garment for spring also visited friends li\ Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwards In

wnlee, are spending part of and summer.-Mrs. Frank hoover\ H. H. Stroman spent the week Daytona Beach. Lillian Stump entertainedwith

i week In Deland. Corsetlere, Starke. 4-12 8tp end In Jacksonville with his sis No. 2 and No. S sanitary tans a luncheon Thursday last

ters, Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Mrs. for vegetable canning, at Bradford week at the home of her parents,

J. B.. Godbold.Mrs. Hardware.Llnnie Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump,' on tF6E'cxg

Donald McRae and little, Bea Moncrief and Effie Walnut Street in honor of her

EVERY. BRANCH OF daughter, Carol, returned home Carter were visiting In Greenville house guest, Miss Katherln Foster

Sunday afternoon after a short last weekend. who was enroute to her home in

; visit with relatives in Jacksonville Memphis, Tenn.- after spendingsome > f:

.e EDNA OTIJLLIA CREWS time in West Palm Beach. a .
!) ,'.rah, Mrs. J. L. Keating and son Miss Foster and 'Miss. Stump served IfI p
( Lionel, have returned to their Mrs. Edna Ottilia Crews. 50, of -
in the same Nurse's unit over- } t -s- -
,f4'U'' u r ci 'n c e home In New Orleans, La. aftera Brooker died at her home there on seas: 1, M I
\ A. stay of two weeks with her April .29, after an extended Illness A profusion of Easter lilies ,k a F r>
mother Mrs. Edith Moseley. held
.J Funeral services were
larkspur and white roses with i
t Robert Barksdale arrived home the following Wednesday afternoon -
other early summer flowers dec-'
Tuesday after being dischargedfrom at the Brooker Baptist 1.
orated the reception hall and entire
I. C. Wall Agency the Navy In Norfolk on Church with the Rev. C. A Crosby lower floor of the home. I

Monday, May 6. He had served assisted! 'by the Rev. O. E. ,
The seated at i
nine months and had been stationed McGauley; officiating. Interment guests were + r
*> small tables which covered
"' at Berkley, Field for most followed In Dedan Cemetery. were e
,Constant Service Over 50 Years of .that time. He trained In, Bal- Mrs. Crews was born and rear with white linen luncheon cloths
and centered with a bud vase arrangement -
timore. ed In the Brooker community and
I Attending the Woodmen Circle had lived there her entire life. of white rosebuds,

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED District Convention In Gainesville She was a member of the Baptist larkspur and cornflower White 7-;: \ 1

M. Thursday of last week were Mrs. Church'there and was a Sunday place, cards marked each guest's ;I ..

W. L. Andrews, Mrs. T C. Chas- School teacher, The many friends place, and Miss Stump, assisted, :

tnln, Mrs Lorenzo Green Mrs. who attended"'the last rich and by her mother and her sister Miss, ..e' .' N

Vlrgie BarKsdale Mrs. Fula Mae the beautiful floral offertngsM-( ; Evelyn Stomp'.erved .a delicious. :i I
Mother :Cerlainly.AppreelateOne .
: Connor and'DdrL P. S. Denmark. presaed thele.tlent'InlwhkhraM'' three-course hinobeon.; "* ._ ..yl 1 T I : J""ll
Mrs.' W. 'JU Andrews. Mrs. Annie was"held toy"lhe'commttnltymr.: ;!') '''I!"Others' present' were Mr.' ?'i.r,,8, 'f( Ihll1 ol"Frieee'J1eauUful'Sununer' '' ,

Register, Mrs. Eunice Wilson. Survivors are her htfsband,. C. Walnw'TIghtMiss Lucille Mitchell, ant; ,.. Frock.

Toni, FARM, czrr ?AND FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 'm.i'1. )Yr VergleBarksdale, Mr*.'P. S.2ienmarkand J. Crews and,one s
lI tZSS PROPERTY.i. 1 ern screened three-room porches;apartment also MxVoiomrottavo ," pool. Mr, T/, 'C. c astaln Crews'both vof >' Brooker; six CarlUll ,'''Mts'. T.iT. Long.! Vrs.. .K. JL,1( $3.30 ,to ,$19.95, -'
near bun line. Yak". '"I& were honrec1l\letta, ; 'with 1J Jack brothers, 'N.*.my Baxter Gainesville O. Duncan Mrs. Fred Guy Mrw.EdWard' ,.

dirt bridge road out off E.Blandlngiouf.Call freer'; on. .t.. sonvUle Officers at a Woodmen ,' T. J. Baxter and'M. N.I Baxter Burns, Mrs. T. F,?Grady' 'A. '. .
mile to large white house, large Circle meeting held In Lake, But ; Jacksonville, W.' G? BaxterrBaldwin and''Mr*. B. L. :Mathews.
.' ._ .. _. J 1' "y ',.
lawn. .f.
Mr. Carl Wynn, Hrook- ler Thursday night. A ,'W.: H'Baxter, Birmingham t ALSO'<
Hide Farm,. .' '. ,
East Starke. 6-10\ 2t 7.1j
tS de .f... aJv..Ua4t .( NaM No. S cann plain and enameled and' J. P: Baxter, Brooker, N. Prevatt' With j ,' ,
}r,pr.f rty. HU .fade .vow LOST-Between Waldo and Starke i and. jnesvto 'Mrs'E. M. Hazen N. '
for canning vegetable and one slster./ 3'75 to e75
plea *f H *,*.! ,1 rtr Sunday afternoon, a forest green : i
"' Ladies
I Insurance
tread at Bradford Hardware. Brooker.n Company Bags
(C"J.STHOUT- flv ta. duffle bar bearing the name E. I
P .. ,ea Il.d.g. i W. Uaker. Reward If returned to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns,'Jr., Pallbearer, were James W.
REALtT AGENCY Bradford Co. Telegraph lip of Daytona visited Mrs.Johns' Thomas J. K; Douglas U L. Par- Appointment of Nathan N.| Pre- 't,I.IC *'T !. I '

I resented Lecaf/; 1 FOR SALE-Used elertroliix.. Mm.Ma parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mane,; Car. ker M: O. Harrell'Guy Harrell yatt as agent for the Liberty Na- ,. ...
iR.tt* HOLLINQ8W9RTII l. Carter,"Boa H. Starke. lip ter'over the weekend. and O. A. Gay tional Life Insurance Companywas

1M 8* Watout'St TYPING bookkeeping and.general 'Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery The Wilson Funeral Home of announced this week by B. S.

I i3SES office work' full or"Julia part. time. of Griffin Ga., are visiting at the Lake City had'charge! of the ar Outlaw, District Superintendent' .of. ,
Esperleneed.1.Cont.Ct> Winner -
of all kind renDI" Oeneral Delivery Stark home of Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin.Mr. rangements. ,Gainesville.The Robbins'FORMERLY
; furnlture dIN
1I.I'b.d. Drop upholstered"us a earll.aaq Fla. lip Montgomery is attending the company, with central of-

AS'nNOS. l\IATTRJ CO.. Lbx41'elatk. ALI REPAIR work left kt THE coca-cola convention in Jacksonville MEAIORIAM fices In Birmingham, Alabama,
.. 1I'1a. : tfk 1 1 STAG before April'. can be and Mrs. Montgomery'; was. has been represented here since
picked up at 495 West Bay St. In Memory'of'Mr&.: Fred. A.
Woman's Club 1937 ''
of the
IAt.!:- of Jacksonville Fla. at Rosa Jewelry a guest Scott ; STEUNBERG'S
eea"?! 'Ilcludlnt be tefuD t. and Lean Co. 4-lt 4tp May Breakfast at noon Wednes It was stated that Prevatt's territory -' : ,

tears. Si.To be old to the i Wonderful love of a Christian will jovr all of Bradford I '
/ l CAPO JIZING-16e head. Must
'tllll < r on May 15. 1140. per day.Guests
dI "l.be received by mall be between eight and weeks this week of Rev. and I Mother; County and part of Union. USE OUR LAY-AW PLAN
lot that time. J. wTatt.. :Rti. old. Contact Frank, at Bradford Mrs. L. D. Halnes have Included' Tender, unselfish sure I
111. Starke. FJ 41 ItpEI County Telegraph.' Itp
the following missionaries who" Prayerfully, patiently !giving -

will elo.e m't feed 7nlil FOR RENT-one I-room and one have been conducting services at Her memory'will long endure.
Mat n. Earl Coolfe 4-11 Stp >-room furnished cabin reason the church this week; Miss Vera I I ,r Wilbur A. Scott. '
able. 4 block from courthouse of Louisiana and last, Porch Large Amortment
RoACHES Agulllard Swings
ANTS FLIES or 209 Christian St. or Phone 113J. PORT- ,
Ir y ou use our A.roxol Bills It Sunday and Monday, Rev. Peter: NEW REM1N G TON \\4
Sb. Last.This Is not the kerosene Trutza of Rumania. Mrs. Trutza ABLE typewriters, 57.77 (includes c \\ \ Dresser & :Vanities

rntslo, for weeks. Auto tl WANTED-LISTINGS.for timbered acreage Have, SOO buyer.acres I came Thursday night for the re- tax) -:. Bradford. County \ 3\ M 6.95 ,

,and up. Any sl.e timber from mainder of the week. I Telegraph. 19.95 to 57.50
HOlille and 1'1'001'1m.nt. \ nulpwood and larircr. N. D. ?,+t ; New Shipment e
:' good Jacatlon. rcMon'iqulr 'Walnwchjrht Jr,; RtirlateredBroker
at ,Coca-Cola plant. 111 B. Call fit. 6-3 SiP *
U Porch

tALe-Ideal T-roolh FOR SALE-One. work mare will 4PC. MAHOGANY
III. S-storr. work anywhere or can bn rlddm. Next Sunday IsMOTHER'S
/et "reeldentlalhsectionre In Ahout 900, Ib*. Rte I, Pn 104. ;
r.. thowing Splendid \\'rII. Shown by appolnt"ent

..owner. P. .0.. .... 8011 i _03. Since Feb IS Light red
We Buy and Sell New $315
: -a iitpBBB butt-headed white plerted on left : DA Y to $425And
MB flank no mark or brand part lined Furniture
leadtired In Mareb".ct io w. Guernsey fid reward for Infor .
h. one ear. Srv ai w mation. Morris Johns, Rte I II 3..

II II, funs otber.. Reward Last peen Willis I4 IW'A.F. La.t.".. '. HP 1We Innerspring Crib Mattress (Nevawet) .' e ,- 12.95
CfosbJ Lake Road. 4-ai "tp FOR RENT- Five-room ,furnished stilt have a nice assortment
house, modern;, nice for two families. .
RlltltNOTO-l:. : portable, type- Call at 111 or 300 Temple Beautiful Tufted Felt Mattress for Double Bed -- 21.95
161.71 ( HP "
Includes tall) Ave
ord County TIIJe.rapb. _tfIi Sin- of CARDS, CANDY, and gift wrapped
FOR RENT-to reliable party.

Ilsncee FAD. quick! for Il'utaDe ,.aa water room furnished electricity.house H mil running to new CEDAR CHESTS
.ft, .Walle Wire c 0 l 1.e t to city imits., 1H mfts t. centerof TOILET ARTICLES a
Place. all .
I, Lumberton.' 170CFi96tp town of Stark '
cleaned and painted. Inquire or

"'' writ Bradford County, TelegraltpFARM Suntan or Walnut
'u"-'TED-Need 0 laborers r
y ,mOVIDIr work. Apply SITARSake .
With Tray
t"..T.\I..? to Stark. Hotel FOR RENT OR I
rrrr ". itp po eoioe at- rowing.Geed' See Our Counters for ManyaAppropriate ; *- ;

., Si.M SelberttCenapelbl.t house M R. Judd. Starke. Fla. tf .
;:,.. C! I Ira good condition. .. .. 49:95CI1'IFFEROBES: r
TitMT' C. Shepherd B-15. LOST W STARKH. Friday # mi '
t1". rhlliage '"'Bo H0 small hand satchel containing
I .._... ,ltp nne two-piece black dress, chil I
eteBelieved MOTHER'S
a.u.\-rarman\!: dren' literature book candy
left In
tractor CB to have been
I CII.p lor ".hI pod run- some tore. Finder pleas returnto '
'Da toward newspaper office. Reward!
"Ills frogemrtl. #
: Jessie Lee La.en"y. It ,
0 Itp .

yn3 IAti 8'ar. VICTOR and album A BLUE for sale BIRD at RtIX'ORJt'I ab"r tt ;. We are constantly adding new Item Two Full-length Mirror ifi ,
wood" .
"O rana..o"-"a..1 I Gift ShoJ0 4.EL1CCTRIC .
bva <>d land I '

"Mljarllrs. Carl .Wynn. mil... Brook for sal* at S..DahmrGift**ton* XII"en Bh dvoir Come in and look over our counter, 43.50 1 t

Iast Starke. 1.10 It

.4t r.rlate. 1t"tr. black and red FOR BALE ORnew 1\PNTPrarU..aT1Y for new items.Koch .,
Cllilla I b..d-
vaednatlo and Duroe home well lurnlshed.
t : stark .. delrabl location lot Sex
I It..:::.I....othef'.Ie. r-Notf one* B-ear w. room.110. reasonable easy I terms.. WrIIa IT'. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT '
hItler. 0.3110df Box 7Ji or call Nit. -
IALt ;

.. a'Ne.01.. ...ad.11100h KODAK and IM FILM All-you 1JT. want 11*. at 11'laity I10 1 Store John H.: .Denmark Furniture ,Co.

IIta'll.'r8. 1 I-I mile. N. W. I mr*. Gift Pheppe. Drug .
l".. .!!n. A ,
..... ,8trklTlsItD I two 0-
222. FOR caslonal BALE--chair Studio*, flat tnp d.k. PHONE 151' FLA. j

l COT twin ......... ahem of drawers. foul'dlalnA'
..loOt. *.. :A 0 II chair, one bllfl"t. one bed.
pant .405
i" "" '" waaRe. ..ewtnmachln*. nne blrvri-
:'soft'rVuV.vi'--Br'i- Walnut 8t. Frank J, BI.tp


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A Costs o-nl..Ie. e. T. B. Asaa Owaer Coals 11'1' CIRCUIT
.. T. n. Aersa Owaer A.t Corn
I I1s.evlptle ...... Taze.SEV Tax.. tOVN'n, FLORID" A
I.n Lots. 5, T. of Blk U. :So V..rna. Bal
''t of NW'4 W of ny 21 lza: III John A. Andrews W J 1tush.
M. ;Johns Addition to IJU"m Re !
Notice Is hereby given that the following described. lands will be A.II Nn of 8EV4 01 SWIA 21 5:11: '13 Iota Little I.U Starke U 0 II Sp.ro. Chrl.to ..sa N 41211. 'oIj1e.) llelenh[ ,

4 sold at pUbllo auction on the let day of June. 194 at Btarke. the County E Ry OttDEit414p
of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes hereunto Brit of 8EI 0' 8W'4 & 8 CITY PARK .tln-DIV. W. A C"ADU.TION TO .T..RKJD:18 D PI 4

). net opposite to the same, together with all costa of such sale and advertising. .20 It of SW% of 8W44Ex STATEOl' PLORl

''I t I A to In. Stuc-28 5 22 as Iota Little 2.15 Lots 1. I. 5. 6. T. I. of Annls
k..y A. 8 fIt..o' 111
j At. T.... NE'% of NWy4 of 8E'4 18 5 II 10 n. L, Brown 8.18NW : k,1I or Blk I A: C. Thomas ::99 N. T.St. Nlcholae Avenu4

Description .. T. ft.......... Owsvr A lostsNEVi %of NW" Lot 9 'f Blk 3 Mrs. Gladys J. Nunnery 1.11. You are
RE otBNWVt Lot I of Blk 3 8t Lot June 3, I9t6.required t to

NWVi SAB of 8E>.,: E 20 Presley. 8t Tharen Green '..10NWIA 8 of Lilt 8 Mre. Cornelia Mlilsr 8.0f Court and In the *km 5
ofB'tvec.f 22 cause
.; : 33 O.. 11 15 Unknown 1.T8 of NW : of 8E'4 U 5 Lot 11 of Dlk I Orange Lines Inc. 43.47 seeks divorce inS"1'"","

SE of NE1E. % of 120 American Tung Groves of NEy4 01 8DVi I T. W. F.lton 1.40NW44 Lot 7 of Blk 6 Laura Bro.ky 3,17 maiden acme. taiw..
44 21 22
SE 86 C 25 of 8E% I E34 of Lots fL II of Blk 8 Roth Telegraph
19 Empire Al 34.86 shall pnbllfonn
? Lumber Co. 6.94 of of SE'4 A
: of NW% 14 1 40 SWtA Com at NE tor of next four
NEVi of BWVi 1 1 20 40 A. P. Johns ..19NW'4 E 198 ft of SW of II Unknown I.TI of NEV4! A run W 300 Witness weekly I
of NEVi A NEVi ofNwf SW of SEV4 21 5 23 1.16 ft S 11 ft for a pt of my hand'
00 10 F. B. Walnwrl.ht 1I\\
;.j',{ > 1 20 80 M. C. Baulerson 15.42 W.% NE" of NWV4 IT Ii 21 beg thence run W 110 1, 191St Florld

4 s. AU SvTof NH of NBV4 W 6.51 844 of N4 of NW'4 AN'4 ao Wm. WI Belcher 1.14S ft S 100 ft IJ! 100 ft N (OFFICIAL SEAL
of branch 12 6 20 25 Fonnle Crew. of SW% of NVV4 IT 5 21 100 ft to pt of beg 29 I II Mrs 3. 11'. Fatkenbery .03 A. Clerk of sell Court.I.) .

NWV4 NWVi of NEVi' A E% of 15 C 20 120 Empire Lumber Co. 21.28 a.. yof W14 of SWy4 of 11 I II ..15 .K So Futch 1,72WK Lots 39. 15.1.u., .111 01 11.Dlle J8 as a1 R., 38.N. G ." .... By Wm.Lucille D. C. Conner p

8% or NEVi of BWVi 16Fr S 20 20 U H. Oren 3.39 of NEVI of NEyt of Addition Morgan-Fifth i'1
I ... T. Hamilton I.U Dowlln,11 to. Building. ;
.. n I 21 Jnekao051115
sl BUt 1 Town of New NE4t Starke 29 6 It Ally for ,1
R.J L. C. Thomas
1.48 '.41 Plf.
Ern..t "
I River 33-14 1 20 Mabry .8E'4 of IU4! of ..r BIle I. Gasklns Addition tIN .

Lot-. 4. 6, 1. .. 10. 11.IS 8 Lof SWV4 of SW1'" to Town of Starke 29 1 U w. 11' Cone 1." -
of Elk 8 and Lots 2. 8E% of 1 Lot 53 by 17414, ft a. CIRCUIT ('orRT
4. of :Blk 11, ft Lots 1, s'fNE4 of SE1t: n Agnes Levi 20.1f described In Deed Book COUNTY FI.ORID"I.

5, :ifk Blk 29 A Lot 11 I 21 50 page JIll 29 6 U Etda Rose McDonnell .... : -JORY.
Wof Lot I .
1 83 and Lot 6 Lou 87. 46 8t Com 800 ft-'H from SW Benjamin Oldfl. ,
of Blk 83. Town of New U A E% of Lot U Mona Plilr"
S 20 Allen Porter, E.t. I.U Woodlawn It IIJ 30 E. 3. Crawford Cor of NW% of SE44 A No. I.dfl"ld. Defends
n.2f 8
f 10 Oeo. Mo..le. ..71All run 10 2110 ft 8 90 ft iiiJlO
10 Amerle..n Tuns Grove Wnodlawn 31 II 13
W14 of 8W14 J8 S 30 1143E34 Iota U. et. It N 250 It W 480 ORDER OF P1BLIt\:
Inc. SEVE o! NW% of 8Ey. W. T. Crawford 8.02 ft S 110 h to pt of beg AND NOTICE
10 Amerla..n Tuns Grove 1f II II To
19 6 20 W of road STATE
of tilE% OF
17 Iola Little .01 Ex E of road II a U FLORIDA
In 14.47 II II Anna Par., Est f."
Lot Oldfleld.
of NWV4tof11NW Ai5 1 A./I In 8W Cor of E44 whose '.
20 Amerla..n TUnS Grove ..
84 of Lot U 80 6 20 N% \ dress
f Inc. 4,18All Alt N a.. of NWy4 of 12 Iota Little 1.31 Com of at NW\I NE\ Cor of 8Ey4 of NW'4 3 6 U 1 PhllUp A :Jos Johnson: 1.12 rence, l&a:81.St.arnl":
as 15 II
S.e. 81 E. NY of NW% E of Ry 1.U You are
Lots 4. 6 8L Ex S'4 1f0Am.rlcara Tung Grove 1U.n 8'4 of NW'4 af NWt/k 16 II II 10 Jar Jones' of W 8E flO.1% a ft run S JlO S 180 It for ft May 30. 19 te,ginlrti. o a

If''. of Lau d' 81. 20 Inc. Wof NWv.f NW '88 5 U 15 C. I. A M Dln.eelcler '.Sf a pt of beg thence runS Court and cause. rrherul"
W% of NE & NWyW Of 20 John .99 106 W seeks divorce,
Malfyarl It 207 ft N
8EV. &. 1:1: of NEy of 8 of Nv.c% of SWV I 8 U 40 T. L, DeLoach 1.11 tody and control'care 4
101 ft iii 206 ft to pt
I 'n .
k N4E 8t r/ of S WNt/4 tWye S14 8W%of of NE'4.of E1W II .6 II 20 Cyrus E. Beam ..99EBW44 of beg U 8 28 ROlla :Bell William. 2.U ren.shall publish Bradford County
Lots I this
of Blk
U 1 20 380 I oerlean Tung Orov., of 8", of of 1. 5. Lln 12 i four weekly lesuea O'd"
11.89 NW> coin Cltr 18 Wm. McLeod E.t. 10.71
A S y Wltre8.
% E.C. '.18 .
Robinson my
Of. Elisabeth
25 Lot 6 hand
of Blk Lincoln
1: 8E% of NEV4 83 ... 20 fO Ellsa Wilson Het. 1.11 SEV4 5 21 C. at Starke. Florida lAd olt
N34 of NW14 II 1 20 80 Amerla..n Tuns Groves' Com .t sW Cor of E% .ell I" sa I U Wm. McLeod E"t. 2.11 1948' tblt
One Lot $80( It E 8t W
Inc. 1118 of BW% of NW% 8t run by (OFFICIAL
S% of Lot 4 W5, of N fOO It for a pt of beg 106 ft NA 8 In NW Cor < As Clerk of SEAL said ) A. 1
I of Lot 4 1 1 20 50 GSIne1 & Shaw 9.13 thence run E 4U ft N of NW1,4 83 I U .1 n. A. Knowles I.U By Lucille C Coort.

3 N0 In BE Cor of SWV Amule..n Tung 011 100 tt W 50a ft 8 100 f.U Com .t NW Cor of Sec 33 Wm 1>. Morgan Conner, D
35.0. I E. m. Cannon a run E 380 ft for a pt Filth PI
of 8Wy4 S 1 2. 1101111.. Ino. ft to tot beg 20 I U 8.n Duilding ;
10 Amerlean Tung 011 E% of filW of NE 11 6. n 20 Unknown I.n of beg thence run 8 105 for Plf rAUy. \
Bwy4 of 8W% of B944 I 1 20 MII1.. Ino. 4.11 ,. of SWV.Nwy4 of NE'4. 5 II 20 A. G. Rocen ft E145 ft N106ft W 1-1
WV of of RI'4 131 6. II 10 J. M. Lancaster 2.14 141 ft to lit of beg as 6 23 Mn. Lisle Clark 2.n -

WARD CITY 8 TIeI: E% of W% of NWy4 of 10 L. n. Drew 1.0. Com at NW Coy of 100 .t tft "4s. IN CIRCUIT COfg'. Ik
& tan 380 S
I 1f 8 91 Brantley 1.14 lio Jt FLORID",
10 Charley
of ft 106
Lots I. 2, 10. 11. of Btk 1 O. H. Parker 1.11 W'4 NE'4 of NEIA ft CERY.
It. E. Ilazen Why of EIi of SWV4 to pt of beg 33. 23 H. A. Knowles 1.lit Katherine M. Fowler
10 of Blk 1
tJ u: 0111 10 Scipio West 8.04SWEy4 .
Lot.I:1: 'kIII I.ouamanda Pinholster % I II 3 A In filW Cor of SWIA Plaintiff V8. Rlenll H.
8 II 40 H. A. Prescott, Jr, 18.71 of NW% W of Ry 83 8 23 3' Lousenla Smith 1.0. Defendant
Lot 2 of Blk 11 Mr. 1". P. Ward E.t. 1.48 > of 8E'4 13 40 John Johnson '7.11 Coca No IT1
Lots 5. 8. 7, I, of ilk ao L. O. Thomas 5.80 SWy set SW'I 14. sa Com at NE Cor of NEy4 ., ORDER OF PUBLlC4
of NE% run S an ft _
E'tk U U. U. Parker 17.60 eo14atENV::; $ ATENOFIFLOR
Com /9 yd. W of BE Cor AtoadEii: / fora. t of beg' thence STIf DA

j of SE% of BW% .run Cor of 8E'4 of NF:% 8t run 399 ft S 210 ft Walwrath whose re

N 140 ft W 100 It S 140It run E no tt 8 126 It .... E 3911 ft N 210 ft to addr. I.: Hotel Trevor.
f E 100 ft to pt of be I 1 20 D. :So 0.. Oreen. Jr. f.7I W 9If It N 220 It to 4.11SFVgof pt of beg If 0 23 a.J. E. Clo.r 1.88 Oregon.
11 I n I C. H. Clark 1'1'' 81 It of 8W44 of SW You are
Com at IIW Cor of SWI
of SEIA: & run E 801 1ft NE 4 : A In E. portion N of Ry If 6. 23 1 J. Hardenbrook 1.21 May 27. 1948, inirthe bi|

N UO It W 807 I.a 8Fit..: ('or A Ea.xfl 3.4 AIn IS M.. Packhaln 12.51 8W34 of NW'4 of SI\\y4 :If 8 23 10 C. H. Lamb.rt. ..n8ECI'RITY Court and Cause wbero'! ]

ft B UO ft to pt of b.-r- a 1 20 a C. A. Crosby Ulf NW Cor: 15. U Fa seeks. divorce and r.toJ,
: SE% of NE% & NEV4 of Com at NE Cor of 810'4 ,4of HOMESITES! IN NW% 0. NW% &5. U maiden name. Bradford!

RE% Ex Ry. I 1 20 1f J. A. Phifer 11." run S 716 Y yW 'Telegraph shall publlit t il
Elk I Ex Lot 8
38J.; A. Phlf.r 1.91 fl'4ft' ft Security Home.It. 1.14 In next four
NW% of 8E Ex Ry I 1 20 NE 746 weekly f I.
1.21 Lot I
of Blk I
U 11. U. ;Hott 5.U U 0 21 8 Paul Bonnet Unknown 9.08
It tn beg
SEyE of 8W 8 7 10 298 my
I 21 10 P. T. Tyson l.n Blk 1-28 Lots Security Hom..It.. f.11 sealVate8ta Florida MI
11 .
of SF.4A of
NE' of NW 8t W% of NFy4 < .
Blount 14.71 Blk a-18 Lots > '
Ell. Is
40 Mrs .
NWV4 E' ny 10 1 20 108 J. A. Phifer n.n NE"4 of 8W'4' I" 6 2SNEy"4 Security Hom..It. 4.16 196
f Ex Lot I
EIi of of 8EV. 14 1 20 20 H. L, Hough 8.88 of 8W% of BWIA 8t Lot 8 of Lilt f Security Homesltes. .1f (OFFICIAL SEAL) A j

r NW% of 8W% 11 1 20 'OS..A.: Pblfer 1.11 4ir A In BE'4 of SW'4.nf 3% A on S side of NWI4 Belmont Properties 1.60 As Clerk of raid Court i
f of NW N 8E% 8t .U NWIA or By Lucille ,
% % of C Conner, D.
NEI,4 Rd &
AlhdW Ofll 1 20' 20 1. Z. William. 2.23 of S E Y W of Nee T. Frank JJlirJ
1 All E% of NE% of NEy415 roar 11 C U 111 Hr' L. n: Edwards 2.51 of sWI,4 of NE% all 8 23 23 Co'' 0.' Tolbott I.fl Atty. for Plf.Landrum 4.3

N of Rd. It f 20 .8 1. Z. Williams I.Uf B% of 8E'4 of 8WV4 of eW'4 of NWy4 8Ii 6 23 40 Bertha McWain, E.t. .oe
17 6 n I Nancy Davie E.t. .... Com at NE Cor of 8W'4
N a.e of 8E 8t NW'4
e N 1-4 of 8414 of EyN. N% of'E 1.1 of NW'A of of NWy4 8t run S 11I0tt IN''' CIHCriT ('Ot RT I
for .
.11 pt of
Jr. beg
I 11 I n 11 Wm..Ty.on
ENA thence. run W III It to I i
of 81; of SW'4 IOlno
G of SEV4R61 A Atln BJ 6 II if 8. W.. Welsh 3.37 road thence. S 105 ft iii .. CBHY. vlItapetto
Pratelll, Plaintiff,
Vo68A o N 106 It to
Cor of NW'4 of $E3. S% of of beg pt Pratelll, Defends
E of Rd. IC 7 20 7t A. L. cio.b .... of 8W0 11 6 U 6Z.. R. Sawyer LOS The 8 189 ft cf that 3' l' U 1 E. C.. BII.h 2.91 No 4710.'
wid. A. por.tlon #
WtA of NE'4 of NE'4 8t ORDER OF PUBLIC
sm% of NE IC 7 20 60 A. L, Crosby 17." Across R of W% of of SW3 of NW'4 AND NOTICE TO AP(
Ex 1f.J. Phlf.r '.U E of rd 20 O U 1 Llnel.I'-Orlttl" 1.1 E of road 3 7 U I John McRines 1.61
t NE\4\ of 8E'4 8 S A 1f 7 20 A. NE% of NEIA W34 of SEIA of A STATE OF FLORIDA i
of W of Com 110 It c from 1111: SE'1
W 101 1-1 ft Rapetto Pratelll, whonand
"" 8E% of SE V. of SkVi f 21 .
of SWt4 ,7 30 Dr. E. M. Webster I.U
Cor of SW14
NE'1. & E 115 14 It N address Is: 105 Corn I
1.9 A 01 ,
I of .JiJ% af NWV4 11 TUff. C. A. 1.21 run W au ft NIl. f f'ft of that portion ... Genoa, Italy.
S 38. American Tung Oil 115 It 8 110 It E44ofSW4ofNB'4 ;
} NWV4 of NWV Ex 1 AN' E You are required to
1,97NWy. E of road '
U' II Joe :Johnson 1 'T II Z H. A. Prescott :Sr I.U
of 11 T 10 14111. Ina 17.90 tn pt of beg ;.
Rl' 37
May 1944. in the Ito"
j 23.39L o"B I A of that
11 Amertcan 011 11 6 II 10 O. JI."W.ner por- ,,
NIi of Lot I less 10 A Tunll of SE44 of 8W1." N0. on 0" ef i '., c, Court and cause, wntnlnl
5r Mills, Ino., 1.11 In NE Cor 14o E54 SWyA of 1 "
W of U T 10 A seeks Annulment.
chins .I RaW 23 1 U 1 Lawrence Covlnllton 1.07 NE14 m of road 1 :1 ',,82 1I( Lacy Rltcb 1.41 Brtdfof
Corn SO W Of NE 1'Ik I $ of Corn ; Ii' Telegraph shall publish t tIn ll
ti Cor of Beo 25 8t run 9So 1 A In NE Cor of. the 1 I' "' .. t vJ "4nlr where yt Inter-State '.';. YIe .'y ;1..." "'Jf ; next four weekly lees

ehn. 'W 10 ahu N A tract of land formerly ". .ct. N line-of of 'Witness. my hand an
.0 chn. 10 10 chn. to owned. by P. C. Good SWIG tj
seal at Btarke, Florid i
NEy4 a run N along 10
b.g BxE IAof N10chns 'win In- NVi of NEH ofaWH .'. ..".... aide of road 786 n for 1 't. 21. 1944.
also Com 10 chow lying N of Ada '" ( SEAL) A 1 J
II.UCom p"of b"irth i ie-ru -m
S.a Macks' lot a j. .,:. d tOFFiSIAL
NE "
) 4 't' ;'1', 'aid Court
:: : run 8c 1400. : foe, I basa JJ- at NE Corot' SEVi" -' : '.... {50't N'1Ii0'ft' W 150 n'1} By Lucille C..COftD' I
to road
thence 8 150 It 1
pt thencs run I of SBVi of BWVi A run 18 1\' T.. Frank Landrum, Stark
OOf'tb. r to pt of beg 1 T fl H. A. Prescott Sr. 10.6.
H $ W 1281 ft H1.1.229A .. 160 t.for a pt of beg t.
.. 8E ot NIi: Of NE'4 10 7 18 Wm. 10. Atty. for Pit.
6 n to thence run W 149 ft 8 '.. II Ore..n .n
E1r 'b.g$5 726 lU S.: 'K. Douglas'." 25.17 1* ft W 44 ft 8 18 ft B NE of SW of NW'4 ,U 7 II 10 .JOII. Starling .11 --
?' NE 0' NF4 of BEV4 11 7 II 141 Leo Grllf .11
Oem ao cbt1. W of 8ID 104 ft N 60 ft to pt Of
nr CIRCUIT cot-MT,
Cor of S.o 85 run W 11' 22 Nick Veslroupouloa. 45.17 NW ot NE of 8EV. 10.1 II 141 Roy Orlffls ...18 COUNTY FLORIDAICRRY.

:1". cbna N 10 chns m fO Lot.3, 19 of Blk 1 Pin 8514 of"ESs\ EzfNW14
: 'elan. 8 10 II n. to Hurst Development 11 6 12 Clifton Parker 1.07 ot SE%" er l5 7 II It Ollle'Thornto0 .... .
18YVy PUj
0 Lola Lee Worbais,
b.... II 7 I' 10 L. H.. Water. H.1t BEV4 of'BBH of BBVi 11 S 22 10 Pauline Garcia .> 13.11 1 A In of ". 8o' Raymond K. Worbau,

of NWl4 .f NW% Ea NWH of BBH A all f WHof I .,. Ry 11 7 II 1 'Tbo.. 01111. 1.01 Case No. 4663.ORDER .
i 814 A In S W Cor-Cburcb 1 I It 11 Ani. Kirkland 1.11 SBVi N of road E" : All Lot 1 W af old road OF PUBLIC

\ E14 of of 8W14 IT II 11 10 )In.. H. C. Edwards a.OT of BWV4 N of road 14 ** 83S.: W. :Jordan .... U lIub-dl. of 8W44 of AND NOTICE TO A
E 34 SW44A4 4$4 6 11 10 Hn. H. C. Edward. 1.01 AU BW'4 of SE" A Eta 4 SwV4 Ex N 50 tt IIJ.7 sa I L. R. Rhod.n I.U STATE OF FLORIDA I
Abounde6 INitW .4f et 8W54 of NW14 Es 10 A
1.. NW .... of 8E'4 of SW'4 S of when I
t mond K. Worbass
g W byN RoSI Road If 0 33 37 R. A. Nettles 1.59 In NE Cor 11 7 II ao T. :J. Alderman f." is unknown.I
and address
I N of said NE% of I 22 40 Eddie Hartmann 7.41 Lot 14 Sub-Dlv of N% il
bjrline NEON of"EH You are required to
ft of NEIIo of NWV It T U 1 Frank Smith 1.96
of Eby 10 ITI ft aboi
NW4i NE1i : 10 1944. In the
May ,
Lots 7, A 9, 10, of DIk
ot SE\4\
branch II 5 Ii I Franc L, Gllllame l.n of NWH Court and cause, wterel[
:22 30 In Blanton. Addl.Uon
Ii 73.74
O. H. Little
1 A In N1D COI' SEVof"NWj0. of NEH eka divorce. Bradf
\. I 6 11 1 Generlev.8olano I.n All that portion of NWH 10 T I. Harmon P. Morgan I.U
% nt 1 6 II 20 C. R. Alvar. ..77In of 8EH lying W of canal y Lou I. I. I. 4. I of :BIll Ethel Thomas & Leola :, Telegraph next four shall weekly pobllihID .lies
SW4ti I In Wrlghts AddItion 30 T II Wlse
Wy4-ootSEb: 10. A. AN of Call St. AK 10.18 hand anl
1 B! R'lk .. Hampton Park aa: 7 U JoIn. Sarah B'ru.c.r' Witness my *
810' Cor N of Rd A of Weller St. x 1.0 Florida.. I
seal at Starke
of NW'4 of 8E'4: I 4 11 lit Hub n. Alvarea 1.81 homes o f Mr. D. M. :: I I BIi of NEI4 of SE44 A 11 1946.
NWV4 of 8Wy a 1 Ii 40 C Co Hutchinson ..99SWY Moors H. H. Houston 83814 of .sE 83 7 II a6 Harden W.I.ner' 7." OFFICIAL SEAL) A.As >
of NEW, SE 4 of and draw A. Jenkins 31 0 22 :Blinding. Center, Inc ..u.nOB.OIN..L N 400 ft 01 NE of 5E34 If T II 11 L. W. Alford .11 Clerk of said Court
no '1". L. Will!. 1.81 E% of 8W% 0 NE'4 ASA
\ NW/\ N yl of dE14 I 6 It j By Lucille C. Cool
NEyE14\ of NE% 10 1 11 .0 'H.rman Thomas ..99S TOWJf OF sTARKIS 28. 33'tot In 8W Cor of 8E44of Landrum, St -'JAtty.
T. Frank
% of 8E% of NW* la 6 U 10 F.1. I. Connerl 1.01 -. .... NE% 111 7 II II :Ben Faulkner 1." 4'
I E% of liE% of NE4 II S U 10 R. ''V. Alvaree .... 1 of Blk 1 A land NEV of NyE 44 I 8 II 80 Unknown 2.1T for Plf.

NEE of 8W3? Ni3 E of Lot to Street. Volley McKinney. 1.51 84{ of5BN Wof 5 I II 10 Unknown 1.81 -
8 otf8 11 no 3. A. 3. McKinney Eat 16.0' Lots 1. 3, of Bile 16 Ex7x % In fly COIR. ICOtJNTY.
N% o0 8EV4 of SE% E.Ry W 15 ft Carl Bitch 1.91 EX 10 A 8W Cer 11 ,1 II 18S. H. Lawrence. E.t., I.U 1M CIRCUIT I
15 q 11 40 A. 3. Alderman I.U >ts 5. 7 of Blk 33 Katherine O. Andrews 3.07 E f4t8L34 1 eft .of NW4413 .. FLoalSAIVERY.
r NW'4 of NE1t: 6 1 11 M. Carlton '..11NE W. 60 ft of Lots I, 3. of I I II 11 Jane W. Harrison 1I.n Plain'-
% of 8W If 1 11 .0 I. O. Young. IC.n Blk 24B :J. Fred Guy II." JD a1l o of S 800 tt of Marie Care ,
All 'NE% of W1 W O1Nof 70 ft of Lot 3 of Elk 37 J. Fred Guy ".n NE14 f SW"-t A a :Jones. efendant.PUBLICS

; Road.E. 0. A2$ T 11 1 )or.. Clyde M. Young. I.U Blk 39 a. extended on En. i. W UG ft o814 of ORDER OP'
of BW NW4SEV ..,.. Map Ex B 100 ft NWy4 of 8E14 II I II 10 Fred Haertte .U AND 1c.1JLO-w.D.t! .
I II 4 II 10 Mr. Jr. F. Redding 2.87E34 A Mrs. Thelma Larantaux 1.67 All 1. I U 880 A. W. Hobman U.JI OF

of Lot. 8 I All 1 Lot XUEfOl2f! A W by_ 101 W43 of Bne 1 A Blk: I :Jones, whose residence
I Lots '. 1. Woodlawn 11 I II 10 W. J. Ch..r f.1f ft N A 8 bounded N by Govt Lot I LakeSide more Avenue Eracaiton. Ia

\ Lot. 49 I' Woodlawn 1 11 8 II 10 A. J. Swarte 1.10 Nnllman E by' Hutchlns 8ub-Dlv II. 21 L. C. D.t. n.n Delaware.You to
I E fats so, 09. WoodI Hb'i b A W by S "';, NE'4 af NE'% A E5 of are required
lawn 11 B 13 10 J. W. DeLoach 1.07 Walnut Street II' 22 Edw Prevail It.II NW44 of NE" 13 I U .OS. D. Thompson 18.11 May 17. 1948, In tile whorl

Lots 3. Lot I Lot *3H ft N A B bJl. 'p S% of SE14 of 8W544 of 0 Court and cause euotol
I 10 A f'of" kOd A allLot. 105 ft 3 A W boundedon NW14 II. 13 I Isaac )Mitchell Bet. ..31 : seeks divorce and child

11. 13. 13, U, Wood- N by English on E W5rAofN1.3ofNEI4 : trot of minor
lawn ISWH I. 22 84 Mrs. Frank X Bwsesy" 16.15 by Broadway Street II 6 22 D. :J. Beaver. : 1.67 of 8W14 II I II 1 John Davis 1." County Telegraph assnM we.

lawn of Lots IS, 31 Wood-IS 5 n 10 If W. Uavllanel 219 L1VIN08TOM. TRUDY A CO'S. 8V8 -DIT. OF :NEH: OF NBV4' M 41 39 Com of NW\4\ A Cor run of N NWV IIi I 't Witnessemy four"f..L, ,

I Lot. u. 34 Woodlawn 11 I II 10 Eddla B. Faircloth 8.18 W% of Lots 3, 4. of BlkA ft W 110 tt for a pt of seal at Starke. ,10,4.

All that portion of tots 9 WH, of Lots .3. 0. of ,. beg thence run N JlO It 24. 1946 SEAL) A
38. 41 W of Ry. Wood- Blk It Obi DeSue : 1S1 W 1311 ft S JIO ft E (OFFICIAL C ;..

lawn ISBH I II 11 Mack Orlffle 3.85 EH of Lots 8. 4. of Blk ... 111 ft to pt of bag II 1, 22 f Raleigh Flowers 1.11 As Clerk of C.said Cen"."-"-. 9 j

of Lot. 7, I. Ex Ry J I A EH of Lots I, 4. of v4e :By Lucille Fifth 1
A Lot. 9, 10 Woodlawn 11 6 II 80 Aaron W..t.r 22.67 10 Wm. Sapp 1353 IoID.: N BEACH U-M 3 a Wm. D. Morgan
Lot 87 Woodlawn 11 6 2. 10 tI.: B. Woodruff 3.18 Lo'lf of Blk 11 Roe Liggett '.U Bldg.- Jacksonville Fu/J
Lot 6d. Woodlawn 11 6 II 10 H. '1'. Bennett I.'. B !31 ft of Lot 8 of Blk r Lot T V. 1. Plllter 11.11 Atty. for Plf.
Lot. 83. 40, Woodlawn 14 6 II 10 Aaroa W..tor II." Enoch Tyson 217 Lot 11 R. A. Thompson 17.43 -

Lots if, 33. n, 38, 38. Lo't't of Blk 37 Homer William 6.18 Lot 11 e. A. McMillan n.el '
Woodlawn IS 1 81 50 C. 1. John. I." Lot 8 *. N SS ft of Lot tots 90. 21, U W. 8. Scott 10.' DCOVNTY.FL ADlVERY.

Lot 17, Woodlawn 16 1 I' 10 W. E. Adams 1.18 4 of 33 Emma Hughes 6.41 Lot II. Ire .1. Lend 10..8
Lot 41, Woodlawn 16WH 5 II 10 L. 1(. Cruc. 143 B 9S fr'f Lots 1, 8, of c .. Lot 17 }-'' Martha Mathews 10.0' p.rl.l.n. pJ!
of Lot 40 Woodlawn 15 6 II II Av.rr.L Keever 1.11 Bill II lola Little ISO Lot 81 T. D. Whiddon 14.17 Charl.s H. p.rl.lon.C. .

J 8% of Lot 61 Woodlawn 15 6 33 I I." NHoLot I of Blk 47 Ha.se WilliamsEmma 163 Lot II Victor 1. Bryant 7.00 Virginia C.
t Lots 33, 84 Woodlawn 14 6 II 10 Wm M. Moore 4.14 WH of Blk 47LIVINGSTON. Hugh 1.11 ..ORDER7 Pt'1lLlC
Lots 9. 84, 35 Woodlawn 11 6 22 ao 1. D. P..le 23.37: C. A. KNIGHT =
Lots 64, 69. Woodlawn 17 1 II 10 Harvey L. White 481 T R V 8 Y A CO'S. ADDITION! TO BTARKB as sa Tax Collector, brad ford Countr.lor : AND NOTICE'". F LO..-rDA-
18 6 II 1O.J. D. Peels $.f1 STATE 0
Lot 14. Woodlawn 1 whoa
Lot 37. Woodlawn 11 I II 10 R. L. Watkins 309 All- Blk 10 Ex Lots 1. .. glnia C. Pansies 1
"t I ... n. Addl.o0 11.09 ::
ClltCCIT COURT BRADFORD ed Court and cause I. unknown.Ton lOKal'
wh.relnplaintiff -
I. Lots 5. d. 1, 1. 16 of Bile COUNTY. FLORIDA 11: CHAN.CERY. seeks divorce. Bradford arc required I 1
> $2 County
TOWN:: OF I>AWTBY. WEST OF RY U 11 Carl Ritch 8116 11. 1941. In ktil'
Lots 5 9 of Elk 11 Cora A. Brook ..04Jim' Telegraph this Order .b..1
Eleanor M. Goulet Plaintiff, In weedy Court and cause
vs. next four .
Issues.Witness IIradr'
t Lot 7 of Blk 4 :J. S Shuford 1.75 Lot B ef Bill 11 Walls >5! I." Leo Goulet, Def.ndant. Case No. seeks divorce.
hand official sealat
I h Lots 3. 4. Bile 13 Nettle C. Smith 3.16 S 7H ft of Lot 4 A Lot 8Ex .5{tI. 3. my and Telegraph shall publl.bIn I
) Lots 5. 1. 7. '. of BUt MSH W. II. BI.... Est. 8.64 8 8 ft ot Blk B A .. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ....Btarke. Florida, this April 16. nest: four wend D
of Blk 34Dlag Mrs. Cherle A. McDonald 1.41 land W of same to NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness mY .
e. Lot 3 Un'"own' .'1 Street Jones Addition .. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leo (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas seal at Starke. Florid.nth.
to titarke IS 4 II H. A. Manassa. 11." Goulet. who. residence Is As Clerk of said Court. 1....
TOWN OF LAWTKY. EAST OF MY I::,8KC8 S3. :H, U M S a 8 8 ft of Lets t 8 A allLots .. known un H. 0. Brown Btarke. Fla.' LCoe) A.
said RBy
9, 10 ei Elk B. '1'i.\ ._ You are required to appear on Atty. for Pit. 4-11 4t 1.11IN A. Clerkof ,
SW Cor of Lot IV CosnerlUaY
) Com at Jones Addition to June 10. I.... In the above named Lucille C.
run N 304 ft B 160 tt Stark: S3 4)) SS John Hall I." I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff cmcTjrr COURT imADrown : +.

for a pt of beg thenc N 1.3 of WH, of Lot SA II seeks. divorce and restoration of COUNTY. .FLORIDA IN CRAM.CERT. BuIICdInt.: JackicnAtty.
S run N 844 ft B 100 ft W 44 of Lota 6, 7 of maiden name. Bradford County .. for Plf.
8 844 ft W 100 ft to Pt .. :, lr;" Blk 8. Temples Additionto T.I..rapllull publish this Order Ernest B. D* Plassa. PlalnttfTr-va --.
( of begCom .H David Mack 2.70 Stark 38 4 II Dr. M. B. Herlong 11.70 In next four weekly, Issues. Mary. Patricia Do Plassa, Defen- ('ot....

at SB Cot of Lot IS .. 1 I N =-3E44et+ of Lot o, '.,' Wltneaa my hand and official seal dant. Case No. 471$. PI 'CIRCUIT FLOIUD.1Ic&.a /
A run W 140 ft for a ft A Lot .. ?. COUNTY.
at Btarke. Florida, this May d. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
thence N 117 Y.EI.I.
of beg run Blk .. Temples Addition .
*. o.rrott.Wal'man
tS W 10 ft V 187"ft" SB to Starke SB 6 S3 Dr. M. B. Herlcng ".11 NOTICE TO APPEAR Belle ,
\ 1n to Pt of beg Alice :BrownWill 3.61 Lot 4 of Blk 17. Temples ( ThomasAs STATE OF FLORIDA tot Miry: 1>.
Clerk of said Court.:
1..0IT DarberElolae 1.0 Addition to Stark II 4 IS Ruth Wllkle 11.06 D. Patricia D* Plassa. w h ctl.) reel Case No. "Jjr Pt'sur
C. C.
EK: of N SIS ft of Lot Lot 10 of Blk I', Peeks J.By 8.Lucille Ha..I.oa-Law Conner Exchange dente and a4d..181 Park ORDER I: !: q0

AllVots i SpringFlorence 1.11 Addition to Stark II 6 21 I. B. Wllkl 1.51 A..nu.J Grafton Auckland. New. AND FLORIDAman
SO 11. Ex N 316Lot Lilt' 11. Peeks Addition Building, Jacksonville. Florida Z.alana. I 8TATI!: OF

l ft .. Williams 1.71 to atarke 11 6 22 Beesl. M. Davis 11." Atty. for PIf. ,.10 4t 6-11 You are required to appear en D. Garretti50k11M

Lot U Fannie. Robinson 1.90 N of highway 1 60 May 37. 1944. In the abovenamed : and address required
60 A 50-A C. H. Kettles '.10 1ft B A W IT 106 ft Kt:: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Court and cause, wherein Ton are Ibe
J N Ii.f Lot $7 Will Barbel .... N A a In 8W Cor of COUNTY FIA>RIOA| IN CHAS.VERY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford May 10. 1.... i la", e
W so ft of N 110 ft of Blk 19 Peeks Additionto County Telegraph shall publlsb Coart s a omM'
Lot 6 Otfs. Sub.l>lv Stark It 6 II B. E Green I." Dorothea B. .. Plaintiff. this Order la next four wkly Issues tiff ..e"' pubuobla
East Lawtey, Sees. 13, Lots A. B, C. of Blk 1 vet Fred Tompkins, Defendant. ; Telegraph shall.111)
14. 25 14 1 23BEV. Alexander Tucker 1.U Wynns. Addition to Cas Nox 4170.ORDER n..t four ... hand
$. of SWVi of BWH 36 B 33 10 C. 1. A M. Dlngfeldtr 3.11 Stark 31 1 S3 :Boyd. Holloway. 11.44 OF PUBLICATION Witness at Stark my band Florida and this officialSal Witness 1111' ,Iorl4lo
One Lot In BHJ Cor of Lot I of Blk U, :J. M. AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR I. 1941. April seal .t Starke.
NBVi of NWH 400 ft 13 Johns Addition t o STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fred "
aW by $45ftN&Sbounded Stark 33 1 II Mary: B. Maloney. 1.11 whose residence Is 1641 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 't. Thomas. :OFFICIAL ilEAL)('00;
on E by State Lots 2.4, A Let 6 Ex 8 Baltimore Avenue, city .of Lawrnc As Clerk of said Court. .. Clerkof eald Ga : C
Road No. It 14 B 32 S C. B. Bennett 7.16 ISH ft Of Blk 10. J. M. *. State of Kansas. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. BY' Lucille.. 8tI'An
All 8K4 of SWH of NWH Johns Addition to You are required to appear. on T. Frank Landrum. Starke.' Florida ,.. Frank Landr" r

E of road A HH of Stark SS I 11 Mrs. L. D. Grant .... May I'. 1146, in the above sam Atty. for Pit. 4-26 4t 6-1 ,... foF PIt.2ssADroRa .


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1946 BRADFORD COPNTT 1'>sLEdRAPn. 8TARKB.All n.osm"
10 "Oil A1tV6CNG
young people are invited to S e . . . . . .
come to Sunday School and learn CHURCH OF CHRIST .
FORWARD Coda word that we may know Clay HillBy The Church of Christ in Starke !
w. pecker what He would have us do. Theressa Invites every one to the services Try JI: S GI ILL I II

t.r Lara Burgess" By Mrs.,. James Swindell next Lord's Day. "The Lord's I

illd lIlelllb4' of the The Allen Chapel A. M. E. . . . . . . Supper" will be the subject at Highway 13-3 Miles North of 'Starke I II
.rvite the Church Invites all to attend a 1 11 a. m. and "The Ark and the I
t Church on sundaY, special Mother's Day program, WHEREIN I SEE MY SON AFTER Everyone Is cordially Invitedto Church" will be the evening topicat For The Best Of !

services Sunday May 12, at 4 p. m. The FIVE YEARS AND MY attend Homecoming Day at 7:45 p. m. Mid-week Bible

e regular held, and at 3 choir will sing special songs ded- HEART LEAPS FOR JOY Hope Baptist Church Sunday, Study is held each Wednesday at Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Oystersor
be be a Mother'sAt icated to mothers. good singing and dinner. Come 7:43: p. m. W. Herron. Minister.
will 8 p. m the reg- Monday night at 8:30: o'clockW. "Be swift, dear heart In loving, and bring a friend. Steaks
be held. W. Parker "For time la brief CARD OF THANKS
will presents the Lee Iris Sibley of DeLand visited
,ervlcec Jubilee Gospel Singers in songsof "And soon along life's highway his brother, EX S. Sibley and fam- We wish to thank all our I
praise. No admission. Free "Thou shalt keep step with ily last week. friends and neighbors who were

will offering. Everybody welcome. grief." We are glad that Miss Hazel so kind and helpful to us duringthe

The train "Royal Palm" beats Phillips is home' form the Hospital illness and death of our dear ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S
I husband father.
The Pleasant Grove Methodist Its way through the night. At and doing nicely.
J j Church presents the Royal Jubi- first I was homesick and dls- Mr. and Mr* Arthur Mtlllcan -Mrs. Charlie Hall and Family

lee Singers of R. J. E. High Schoolon turbed-I love Florida and its and children, Silva and Glynn, NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR

Sunday, May 12, at 3:30: p. m. people. The night passed. The spent Sunday with their parents. !!..TAX. Bill DICED N.. 1 WUNOT1CK RANCH
A. C. Kelly manager. All wel- day took wings and I was still Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. !: IS HEREBY OIVKN.that
come. ding-another night we shrieked Mrs. Sidney Grlffis and son, Sid W. H. Edward. Jr. the holder of

through the rain, darkness and Jr., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. the aid' follow certificate In( certltlcates. for a tax ha deed filed to 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
The Starke Blue Caps baseball tunnels. I changed trains met James! Swindell for a while. b. Issued thereon. The certificate
nice people ate in the diner. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sibley number ejid year of nuance, the
club will go to Lake City Sundayfor dencrlptlon of the property, and the
thrilling games. Follow the I finally arrived in Indlarfa the were in Gainesville on business .named. in which It wa accessed arefollows
Blue Caps. third day. What a meeting with Monday.B. :
Certificate No. 91 Tear of Issuance -
my son. A wonderful man. easy F. Geiger was visiting In 1942.Description. STEAKS CHICKEN
talking and looks the world and Jacksonville Monday.Mr. of Property: WV4 of
SERVICE I I'IE'4' of NKK' Sec. U. T. 11. ( 8,
FE MAYES you in the eye. He is old for his and Mrs. James Swindell, It. 22 E. containing 10 acre.
Name. In which ..>"..ed. II. W. SEAFOODDINNER
RADIO SERVICE years and is stiff In the Joints; Mrs. Sidney Griffis and Will llavlland.
MFR'SSHOP he has been through so much. Hs Swindell were business visitorsto Certificate No. 104 Year of leeuitnce. -
has stared death in the face and Palatka Monday. 1942.D"crlpttnn.
SERVICEON of Property: Lot IS
defied the elements and destruc- Miss Grace Dickinson Is spend In Woodlawn Sec. IS, T. 5 3, R. PARTIES SOLICITED
ALL MAKES tion. He showed me all his souvenirs ing this week with her sister, Mrs. 11 E. containing-. acreaName .
assessed Stanley
In which
RADIOS pictures and all. Such W. D. Garrett in Green Cove Brundaco.Certldiate.
T CALL ST.NE memories these men must have Springs.Mr. No. 107 Year of Is-

68 South Walnut' Street put> away that they never wantto and Mrs. Elbert Sibley nuance Description 1942. ot Property' : WV4, of
recall. Tomorrow we are goingto visited his parents in DeLand tot 80 In Woodlawn See.' 15, T. 6 8,
K. 11 K. containing 5 acres.Name .
his home, which Is not quite Sunday. In which assessed. Avery i
ready for him to move in. The Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cochraneof L. Keever.
little boy and girl are sweet. They Hopeville, Ga., are spending a Certlfloat 1142.De..erlptlon. No. 108 Year of Isnance -

laiONAL FAVORITES I 1I are American and soon must go few days with his brother J. C. of Property PH' of taua
Cochrane and family.Mr. Lot 81 In Woodlawn. H: ..o. IS T. 5 S,
to school K. 21 E., containing 5 .01'...
here is and Mrs. W. L. Thigpen Name In which ass .ed A.
weather ,
The cloudy --

KINDS' I IN FLAVORMIIllll l II rainy beautiful and and cool.the country The farms Is are visited dell Friday.Mr. and Mrs.. James Swin- Stoker Certificate 1941.Description. No. 159 Year. of Issuance SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
Mrs. S. R. Swindell Mrs. A. H. of Property: All NHcif SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
perous. Great white barns in a : of 8W4 R of Ky. Bee. 18. -
Kelaev were In Starke Saturday. T II..E'3. n M W... contalning: : 13acres.
of wheat fields and "' -- --
I I 1 I II II Hill I III I I I I I I I I I I Iy setting brown earth.green Comfy homes In a Shepherd Adktns visited his RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
Mrs. R. M. Hersey and Name In which assessed Federal
setting of shrubs and flowers Land Hank.
family last week.Don't All of said property belnaIn Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
:My native state, back home in In forget prayer meeting the County of Bradford.. State of
diana. I shall write next Florida.
IHhl Nebraska. I to I Wednesday night and Homecoming Unless such certificate or certificate -
week from go .
1 Day Sunday at the Baptist i shall be redeemed aorordlnsT MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
Indianapolis. Chicago, Sioux City, to law the property described In
Church. such certificate' of certificates will
AIlhIiIiI again the flying train will bear Will anyone having news In be .old to the hlch-est bidder at the CALL'STREET PHONE 37 STARKE, FLA.
me farther away. In my heart is notes court hou. door cm the first Mon. \
our community please leave day In month of June, 1948 which
Florida, I shall return happier, at the post office and help make la the 3rd day of June, 1946. ""II"lno.mUI"111UI1III1I.1""m"''''""'m ''''''"u'NIUPNnnntlIYY'''", ''''" ''''","'""'' ""'""",",'''"''MANY''' '"' n.nMYmnmme rIYNMYIaaas I
with more courage, more understanding Dated this lard day of April
column tops.Methodist
more love.I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
have \a slight cold but other- Clerk of rircult Court of Bradford
Church 4-18 4t 6-17
wise am feeling fine. I am having I County
I INKIER Electric Service
such a wonderful time. Life Is IN CIHCI-IT COTRT BnAI>POHUCOUNTY. .
good the world full of such won- I Sunday May 12, will be observed FLORIDA IN! CHAN

derful people, including my son. as Mother's Day In the Methodist Lucille C1.RY.Oeors-e, Plantlff vs. Charlie 222-224 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

\\ I'm happy, happy, I'm going I the morning Church, sermon with the being subject"The for, Qeorse ORDER, Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONAND Case No. 4736. TIlE OLDEST IN TilE CITY
places doing things so "hello" NOTICE TO APPEAR
onyAolhse I love you all. God Fruits of the Spirit" The l STATES OF FLORIDA to: Charlie
IlheaserlCrabIaco. bless everyone.you.-Lura. has prepared a special Mother's will be known.D.orire whose reside no Is un- Radio Service That Satisfies i,
'I.S'P. Day anthem and a duet required to appear on
enp slt You are
ptis 0'114I: 1 cl"a's. 'I.S'P. sung by Sanford and Jlm.Rltch. June 10. 1948 In the above named -TRY USI-! I
'byea4 and wherein plaintiff
1.1 Court cause
", 1 cop 4 y.ppete iDcYe41en\l The Visitation Committee ...k. divorce and restoration' of I
lI1nch "4 cee't7.10US 1Atap ems' made special visits, and the Flower maiden name. Bradford County We,Strive To Carry The Moat t
shall this OrderIn
Telegraph publish
cbopP bou-
1.ngtb1'T will present
/, el1P wihQOho Committee neat four weekly Issues.
indpp &e't-tha.e Stock of Tubes and Parts
101111\\0 t.D4 faBtt" tit' INSURE quets to the oldest mother; the Witness- my hand and official t I
buakfU\boon cook mother, and the mother seal at IiItrl:u, Florida, this May 4.'
ItnV of b'fOUlnI )I an youngest 1949..
on taektn 17'SOhat. with the largest family. Flowers (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
lid r : & co gee wit.h0..4 CANNING'SUCCESS will be presented to those who AsClerk of said Court. Place yotur Orders for :your Hot Point Baa.d frlftorator. ',' ,
1 By Lucille C. Conner', D. C.
bacon\\.I40ne even e.n4 ctieP.colYt St1tt 'B1 attend church services. An Interesting H. O. Brown. Starke, Florida Also your Boudlx Washers. ,
ills'Irlllbrown 5oU3 program has been arranged Atty. for Plf. B-10 4t (-11 f
&t" salad, hot + 14cCaU.JlAklOnvU1e for the evening. Radio Tube We Have Them Ask Vs.

lenl' our.TV 1Ido14atC.tet. Young people will meet at 8:43: ..-..
SUO to fat hiSaIIt. See V. About your Wiring Need..
tp.a1le4 for a get-together.
1 has \ 1'c1II1Uea1on. EXPERT
1A:1.: 'Jov.'treponal bedltot. Prayer and Praise Service Is LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN

tlc1 e. euyltsbed,1L00 all held each Wednesday evening at _
study- """ """ n4aLYNYNeYL/WYY/YW/ / ",",IIIIIIIIIU"'IIIIIIIIIII"1III1III1IIIIlllllUlIIWIII1I" / I II "enWNa.aNl' '
: I 8 o'clock. The group RADIO
for Its steerC6IDDauY Address J>acUOJlvU1e ing the Methodist Church for the t
geld IAX-'Bre-.rU11 .::::-r--- -'., remainder of the month. EXCELLENCE *
nod4.. po St. Mark'sMr. SERVICE iiiiMyt
r in all the thoughtful relations of Service -

if George D. Young, who Is with convenience and complete
J student at the University .
a ministerial nets a$ well at fareful economy in the
of the South Sewanee, I'
measure that it it needed
l II Hi USE Tenn., has been In Starke for the Chas. C.SHEPHERD. I

!" 1.., past two weeks assisting the Rev., i

1'bl Fred Yerkes, acting rector of St I
Mark's Episcopal Church. He will f I
be here through the remainder of {
JARS Services at the church are as STATION Funeral Director

follows: 10 a.m. Sunday School; 8TARKBJ PHONH T

CAPS, LIDS 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and a
Our local funeral home enables us to
A RUBBERSAnd Mother's Day sermon by Mr. offer conveniences and services not

follow liwtractkMtliiUM Young; 7 p.m. the Young Peopl. otherwise available.We ..
\ Ban Blu. Book. T. |.l y_f eon Service League; and at 7:30 Friday -

i end lOa with your'aims end sddrewte- Litany and Meditation. ORANGEJUICE furnish the highest type service at the lowest price and

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as payment; la part or in full on a funeral. ConsulUttioa
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$ polls and the clean, sportsman-1' the visiting ladles was given at IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I IN CIHCTTITII ('OI'RT. =-
Smedley, at 11 a. m.; evening: ser- Noon Wainwright vCOUMTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY COVNTYFLORIO alAeh
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II Church ( ship .be displayed duringthe ,,the Dixie Cafe at the same hour. CERY. 111:' tal
vice .at 8 ,with an ,,evanI Marjorie Elliott town' Plaintiff Ernest H.
p. fti
Voters entire
Thanks campaign. McNelll of Washington -
,SIn1eea at the Christian Church i Dr. v... Robert H. Brown, Defendant.Case Ad.U wI!. Defendant .aC
** following week. are as follows: I gelistlo sermon and As your Representative, I will D. C. gave valuable assistance No. 4143.ORDER 4751. C>tt
..... School, 10 a.. m.; morning 1 service at 8 p. m., on Wedne aY.:',,,;,Tq.i i I: many friends and neigh- continue to work for the best In-I i throughout the week as pianist OF PUBLICATION ORDER Oil' pCRLtCA.

wire with a Mother's Day serve I I Everyone la welcome ,t o I tfteae: .>or...,, {.pradford County: terests of all the citizens of our I II I and musical director and brought STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR tot: RobertH. STATE AND NOTICE w' TO TIOk''

l>y the pastor, Rev. W. G services. nf .:.uili| ir)..deeply grateful to all of County, always bearing in mind the evening message Sunday after Brown. Esq.. sob LeRoy Street, Adell WHOM" FLORIDA rO.ldon.te'dress Ci
0 for the fine vote and support I interests which baptism ofa Knoxville, Tenn. -S I I.: Crews" vi ant
Interests was
YGu I. that your are my there :;':you are required to appear on > are required
you ,gave me last Tuesday by and will strive to carry mother and daughter. June 10. 1946 In the above named Jun.g10. l11U. |In the tabovvN',

, which you continued tue as your out your program to the very i :Mother'*'Day next Sunday will sek Court and divorce cause and, wherein restoration'plaintiff of tlttrtseekdu, caus.divorce. ,"borelll PI.

f State 'Representative for another best of my ability. be observed with a special serv- ,maiden name. Bradford. County County Telegraph BI'04I'
.Iti. term. Many of my friends.worked With beet wishes to all of you. ice, and the oldest mother presentwill -.Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issue this OrderIn lease .. tn next Iball fUlir vul

,,!, rf hard In my behalf and their jam; ." be given bouquet \lr Witness.* my hand and official hllnd
seal at Starke.' Florida this May eealvlrtget&rke, and olr,
, ( efforts are greatly appreciated.To Florida
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Sincerely -
, .' yours 8.11141. 1. 2914. tnh
't'Ili those who did not supportme N. D. (Noon) Wainwright Jr. (OFFICIAL'SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ,
111 'realizing ? A. Clerk of said Court.ByLucille As Clerk of said J Tho
I harbor no feeling Court,
q ;, i JOIN TIlE CHAMBER OF C. Conner. D.' C. Cha. R. Me.aL. 204-05
S yC1jK/ 4 .that In a democratic form of Laymen's Convention COMMERCE; and help ,build T. ftrank Landrum Starke Florida Jacksonville, 1"lorlda, Realt rI
: h rl aYa h government such as we are prlvt- : Atty.; r Pit 5.14"4t S-S1 Atty. lop I'll. 1.10
; .u ; that we all Ends Session Here Starke. It
Ili e; r )eged to enjoy may ,
s vote:.for the one of our'' 'choice. 'II. IItILt'' '! \ \ o' 01 I,. ...!
\ I offer my'best The state convention of the f
wishes and commend him upon the Rational Ctristian Laymen's: Association COUNTY FLOItlDAl IN HIANFrleda -

splendid) showing :he made at theNOTICH heat; the Gospel Tab- CERY.Edith' Sags,'. Plaintiff, vs.
i :. ernacle" Saturday and Sunday Alfred H. Hare (Also known a. HiM 1 W': l "Featured AtlAVEQT
t o .-f came to a j clpsg Sunday..Afternoon Will Abraham Basowlt)., Defen
FLORIDA dant. Cave Nfl 4741.r
,tIAD9'QRD. COUNT.Y"May 8th, 1948 with,.an ou.tstal'addrellsl.\+ .by ORDER OF PUBLICATION:-
NOTICE IS HEREEY O1VRN that Kenneth Ke/es': prominent Miami AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( t ? INN
: 'urmjans.to. Section of-nrfapter( STATE: OF FLORIDA toi AlfredH.
il(, 1"298 Laws of F ...ldct.. of .real .JMT, Vl*nown as the Murphy Act. by a week of evangelistic ham HaftewltiwhoHB residence
no.. following describedland In services conducted.: eh',' evenfrtg and aOdraaa In unknown. ''''' From 12:00 'til 1:30
Bradford County, Florida, )will beffered e You are required to appear on ,,
trJwlft:, ? fur sale at public'outevyfor by a prominent' lawman,. June 10, 11I46. In two above named '
the highest and best. cash. bid Court and cause, wher.ln plaintiff ,.. 1'.5'. ar
subject tu the right. of the Trus- Irhe"'following clubs were rep- seeks divorce Bradford CountyT"I..raph ( 1 .j,: ks
tees Hof the Internal Improvement resented with delegates at the shall. publish this Order s"j :: <. .:i :
'und 'reject any and all bids, at In. next four weekly Issues.
the Court House beginning 10:00: Convention: St. Petersburg..Tanv ., -\Vlt-nesn my hand and official t .
o'clock ,A M., on the 12th,' day, of pa. Miami, Gainesville\ ,TaHanai- seat. BU Starke, Florida, this MaybFFIClAL -

.una .1048.Easement.: for road ..Ig'lIt of way see Jacksonville and Salk.tt-: :'-8< 1948. SEAL) A. J. Thomas ......
'OO< feet.wide will be reserved from tlonal officers were resent frgm"1 As,CWk ot said Court. <
s fisS y itny. -parcel I through which there I.an. Is 'I i,*% ly Liucllla C. Conner D. C.T TO THE ELECTORS SECOND DISTRICT COM-
y ,existing /Htnte: Road 'anil as. 'to Charlotte, N. C.f"Columbus'Ohfd" ? ; rand : -VrankVI-Andrum' Starke, Fla. "
and In composite tracts of 10 acres Taccoa, Ga." ._ '.,-Atty.: for .JPIf. 5-10 4t 5-J1 MISSIONERS DISTRICT OF.."BRADFORDK .
or mars title to one-half of all '"-
petroleum' and three-fourths of At the*"business session-,Saturday .-IM- CIRririT COURT. BRADFORD > ; COUNTY, FLORIDA, MAY BTu, 1946
other minerals will be reserved the- follawlng'State: officers COUNTY FI.OHIUAl CHAN-
Description: .
were elected: p -Parker.nTal-- Vivian Dunn Radcllffe Plaintiff vs. G
::1O' NK-4\ of NIC% Sec 10.. Twp. S S
tr.1 Rw", :22H 40 Acre. lahasaee, re-elected :president; 'John P. Radcliffe Defendant. Cane I was second high in first primary, and I am so
... .TRUHTKES OF TUB FUND INTERNALIMPROVEMENT OF THE. Clem Purvis;.' Ocala' .,.:'vice pj'eal- 'No.,' ORDER OP PUBLICATION grateful to the Electors for their support, and as
STATE OF FLORIDA dent Walter; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR there choice' '
r.' i 0 ,. BYA: J. Thomas ; Shepara t.Mi STATE OF FLORIDA to: John w was no by a majority am entering
# '\. :j. ';$ \ ,Trustees I. I. Fund Bradford secretary-treasurer;; V\Q. C. War- p. Radcliffe whose residence and the second primary* and am seeking your support
r&: .. .. ) ,. County. It address Is: Box 71, Andrews South '
'". '' '!JI'j' rington. JackAonvUfc..:tp serve on Carolina.You ; )'arid _vote, and if'elected 1:8h: rbe'faittfu1.to! the
A Salute to 'OTHER .. National Executive Council": J. T.. are required to appear on trust. -* -
3 : June 10, the above
t" .
Ale r yt : Qufgley, Stark e'; Don f[Crawford Court an J"46'ln! wherein plaintiff **'
: The, Board of Publlc'Instructlonfor Sara ota;an6v' jPat! 'Jarrard. Pen-, seeks divorce, and restoration ofmaiden I am opposed to any raise in taxes and to all
E-radford Florida will
Who j{1akestzuJ44tle. Seem Like a Lot. ...! ce1Qe'wrltten County bids for services ."d0" 1'-/ sacola were elected. regional Telegraph name shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn II bond Issues-and Lani.fighting"for; the interest of
"' '. : equipment upon the following vce, four.weeklyIssues.. '
'f 1' presidents. next the of this
o' (. 5Gh'bol bus .routes Routes' at'Starke I Witness my hand and official County., ,*.r '
''fttf; {:1'r, :: i ': formerly driven byr the folhrwIAff The Fellowship Dinner Saturday seal at Starke. Florida this May *J ,""H".1 i ../" .3; H. iJC
Dade it"o named persons and referred to asroute evening ate: o'clock At ,Avery Inn 8, 1914. t ** *
liven if payehectf% is smaller leave to '
:: mother' Frank.Norman Route Bid' to honoring: viliton.'wal attended As Clerk of said Court. E.. L. CRAWF6RD11 "
keep the family well dressed by doing regular ;'mend-ij t be received with county owned'EludprLewIN l '',by' number oti prominent By Lucille C. Conner, D. ci _. .... ...
T. Frank Starke, Florida

illig and darning and sewing on buttons. She knows t ed flouted--bUuuunty.Own-'.. t t- Meal- 1I1.n. and a lovely f2 dinner, ..for' ,Atty. for Landrum PIt. I 5-10# 4t p-81,' .. -.
i '3. C.Napp/: Route County Owned -

fry cleaning: is the least expensive way of renewing j .Mrs:bun.. Nelson,. .Ore n RouteCounty 1tf ,. ,.' '
Owned bus.'Mrs .0 4r' .. :: ,L'Vt df-
smart'clothes appearance-and in good times or bad,|i irdieson \ Mildred Sapp Route Bids e1 iM\rs''e:

for..I, service. )1 t6 and be) private received owned with county bus. owned ,i t. 1 's'' .&.. LadiesDMesVds i
cleaning 0.
us dry Ham
expert Mot Koute County Owned

0 'bu.Routes'F. J.8haty'Route-County bUs.' k formerly driven Owned *' ;:
ffi by' the following named {; ,
yf '
sTAI DRY CLEMM I and lame referred:. ., to a* 'rout. of like soy'' .: ,, .410..<1....'. .';, Sizes 9 id 44 ,

Cleveland. Sullivan Route '... ,1 ... 0011\1"
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M .
County Owned bus L \ .." .
HONE STARKE. W. C. Itall, Route Prl.'e.PW'Ut..1 !\ 4'.j '
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LAUNDR' .1 t
and "' 7':' i H FLA. n .Lawtey, formerly drlbitj. ,
c f' ,,'J '.; \ >I 'c and'b''l''th.referred. following to a*named rout Der.ona of like ij "I'iv 1 .151 VT fit" #w'itott"""1 iii

.. h" { r (,j ..r. < i :
to n ute PrivateaSti ,
nafl'r. 5Q ,' ...
.4 < .- -
''i' tl u>*o it! ho'.,'(-i pri v.tvus. 't ;" '" $2:10 'to 2..g0' aci
0.1'1.11 a: D .
ty Mr'Owned.' Llllle bus Morgan _Rt. Coun i 'R4' 8 J R. 1 ....... _v-or r ::; !' \i': LA'!r k T

Commodore prews Rout -

GweMother Route County at Vanderbilt Owned bus formerly driven COU, 2
by the following named person I <:MATERIAL ) ,
i.., w.l-IDYOC i iif it and referred to. a* route of like '
name: e
Mr. Levy Norman Rout. Private
11 Owned bus J
Lift.t Routes at New River formerly FLORAL DESIGNS t MOTHER 1J Ia
11ij i4 driven by the following J
sons and referred to as
ij Ike' '' name:' SI p9 ;' :. SSc, .. $1. 11.49, } Assorted Colors. '

t: o ewe 'Mrs 'Cleo Owned Andrews bus10mory ,Bout Private ;> .n \ ': ::5 9 '' 69" er \ ': '\

u yI l 'Owned ..bus.Routes John.. Rout. ,- Private .. .:, .... '.. $". $ 1''''', j $2.95. $3.75" 11\
at Hellbrono formerly driven t' ,o//
by th.'following named persons ,
and referred to a* rout. ot Ilk. : '
.. ..:...... t. name Felix: Sapp .Rout -' Private White Batiste __J: 79c yd. Suits
A i Owned bus ----------- Boy's Slack' i t

< 'I-, r IIJ H. L. Clemons, Route Prlvat.Own.d .
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4 I White Rayon Gabardine $1 yd.., .
bus ;' --, -,cIxo( ': -

L5"" ,(;:l1RNb ,,1." ". Owned Charlie bus.Uasklns Rout Private IVhite.Poplin. _______-_-1;___ $1:',yd.. ., :I t- ,$3.95. ,. sto, $4.95Men's ,
Route at Rising formerly drivenby

', and the referred following to a.named rout persons.of Ilk Cotton Prints ___ S9c yd.Cotton ;

: ::T, .. ; name = = ==:=
Ancel Owned Norman bus. Rout'. County Prints ;---------S 59c yd. Cotton Slack Suits

Routes at Brooker formerly drivenby .
the following named person
and referred to as tout *f like EYELET $6.95 each
name: ,
tattle Owned Edwards bust.. .Rout*,- Private. EMBROIDERY

C. S.' Kelley Route Bids. to be S -
received with county; owned and $3.50. 3.98 '
private owned busMr. -S SlOeS for ,the ENTIRE FAMI Y

Owned Lee bus.Ureen Route. County ;. and $j.39

Route at ftJ.E. Colored School formerly -
the following nam. q, yard
:: v"n'1 .
ed r referred to as routeof S
like name: .Men's
Aaron Kelley, Rout Private
Owned bus.
Charity William. Rout Private -
Owned bus. Sandals.
,Joe Lewis Rout Prlvat. Owned -
bus.Arnett ..
Thompkln Rout Prl- : '
vat. Owned bus. $3.25.
All PI.IIOfJtruok": hauling twelveor
.' O d to hay. Ft
body extended over aides. } I. e"
Bids are to be received until
f SPARKLING bits, of Jew- Monday.. Mali to. U48 at 10:00 A. Men'set .
M. In the of the County Sup- '

dry to add dash to Moth erlntendent Bradford County at Courthouse Flo..lda.TIle at. Stark., Loafers

Board rsrve the right to
er's summer costumes. reject any or all bids.ARTHUR .
'' R. McRAE, SATINS assorted' colon $1.25 yd.
bracelets pins' -------------- -
Earrings County Superintendentof
SE> Public Instruction. : $e. .50

lockets, and lapel watches 1-!. It 1-tT Dress Lengths, of Poplin! assorted colon ______ 79c yd.

in yellow and pink gold- White Cotton Linen :1 45e yd. '
'W.C.T. U, :------------------ Cottage Seta, White With

delicate and beautifully designed Curtain Scrim ,with Pink or Blue Red Trim _--__________________ $3.25
"I am Alcohols nave Too Ever Cushion Dots 49c yd.
Blue Flowered
Voted For Me"" Ruffled

Window Shades ,.___________________ 89e each Curtains ______------------ $3.50 P
There sue 487.000 saloons la

the .United State Then. a RAYON OR LACE CURTAINS PLAIN* 'OR WITH ,COLORED BORDERS _____-_____--__.L:: _. $3.95 pair
Uqnor license for Z67
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o' persons fa the United State! -

eleven saloons far every live Every Day Is Bargain Day At The

churches; on* barroom. for ,, ,,. .
every 71 homea. There are 1-
000,000 Inebriate to them

; United State t 60.000 new ones

being made every year. The
United State la spending

'1&A3 per pupil for education STAR -STORESTARKE

F.. annually, and "' 8.15 per capita,
Harley StrongCAMP on liquor. About 100,00ft per

on. are rejected by the life

BLANDING JEWELER SINCE 1911- ,jjnsuranee companies every
yearla. thl country on account
(Formerly The Stag) otiracohoUo: I n d ulgence. -

PHONE 153 'Bibllcgl,'Recor d e r.- Copied FLORIDA

I, 137 W. Call St. STARKE FLA. front -niE &-.") .

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