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 31, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official Countu Publication Establlxhcd In 1877 ,.
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Wins t Board To Weigh Sun Oil Co.

ntest RFC ApplicationFor s Opens Office For

ard Post 1 NtL HospitalSpeedy a. Gravity SurveyA.

wford, member of the progress toward securing preliminary geo-physical sur.

county Commissioners funds for the proposed Bradford vey to d e t e rmine possible oil-
r t Two (North Stark) County Hospital was seen this drilling prospects in Bradford

etcd t Tuesday In therace # 4&j week In the probability that the j Y. ,: County will begin Monday, It was
being contested In County Commissioners would at 1"r learned yesterday from M. D.

primary The vote was their meeting Monday consider Taggart representative of the
wford and .101 for his __ making formal application for a Sun Oil Company, of Beaumont,
3, G. Denmark. loan from RFC. Y Texas.

n Precinct Two, where A figure of $258,400 has been :t- Taggart arrived this week from

i county commissioner I set as the estimated coat of the Palatka with a crew of five. It
ut out the electorate, project, $100,000 of which wouldbe was stated that the personnel will
trickle of voters filed 5SSftR raised by the county. $40,000 shortly ba Increased to'nine, withS.

polling: places In then I Photo by Hollywood Camera &. Gift Shop of the total would be used for 1C. Bills, of Orlando, In charge

v other precincts. A I equipment Including x- ray6. of operations. The exploration

.'9 only 20 percent of microscopes, surgical supplies etc. Fred M. Itultman party expects to be here from six

fWD qualified voters, I I 61 ,Graduates Get Diplomas In Packed USO AuditoriumTaking Further details regarding RFC to eight months, surveying a
e polls; 762 of these loan committments were received radius of (SO mlsis or more, and

!nct Two. this week. Clerk of Circuit Court extending activities Into Clay and

ce for State Supremeclose full advantage of the Life Is Brightest", and Miss June I Cooper, Charlie.Cowen Stanley A. .1, Thomas In contact with Rotary Host To Baker counties, with Starke as abase

in this countyPaul ample space provided by the USO Patel a'graduate, sang "My Crawford. Esther Crews Luella Reynolds, Smith and Hills, architects ,
Barns receivingto building, recently acquired by the Hero". The High School Band and engineers of Jacksonville : Dist. The presence here of the Sun
Davis Ethel Durllng
492 for Raleigh W. Bradford' County School Board, played the Processional while the Mae Mar- said it was learned that "if Oil party does not mean that
more than 800 friends, relatives audience: stood for the impressive tell Edmondson Charles Edwards, the County Board makes applica- there Is necessarily oil in Brad-

C. Ring, candidate' for and other spectators turned out entrance of the members of the Hazel Fields, Gill Garrett, Anlce tion for a loan to RFC for par- highlight of the Rotary yearIn ford County, Taggart stressed the

amml loner,'received a Thursday night, May 23, to wit- graduating class In caps and Green, Madeline Green Esther tial financing of the hospital and Stark took place Wednesday preliminary nature of the survey,

I lead here over Fred ness graduating exercises for the gowns. The Band also played the Grlffls, Eunice Griffin, Joyce Has- If RFC commits Itself to make 'when District Governor Fred M. and the fact that it Is one of a
61 members of the Senior Claas Recessional.The the loan, project to determine oil
the Board does not have Bultman of Jacksonville his prospects
the vote being 578 for of Bradford kins, Bettle Hayes. Betty Jean Hl- paid
3Z7 for Brown. High School. coveted diplomas were presented to act on such commitment untilIt official visit to the local club, throughout the state. The group
Even the seating capacity of to the graduates by ArthurR. att Roy Howard, Charles Johns, Is certain that the balance of making the principal address on has been in Florida two years

m. and King: were de- the huge USO auditorium was McRae, Superintendent of Pub- Jerome Johns, Kat hleen Judd, total necessary funds 'are avail- the program, and holding Club working down the west coast and

cted on the bull .of taxed beyond capacity as Inter" lic Instruction, who also awarded Henry Loper, Florence McCulley, able, but with such commitmentIt Assembly following the luncheon up the east, with the last five

returns. sated persons, many of whom Had certificates to members of the Margaret Monteith, Marvin Mont can satisfy'FWAlhat Bradford meeting, *-' months spent In and near Palatka.

been unable to witness Commencement Ninth Grade Foster Shi Smith, gomery, Mary 'Ernestine Moore, County can "carry the project "Rotary Inspires us to ite bulldern. Its function, he said, Is to con-

Plans In recent years be- principal of BHS, acknowledgeda Vera Moseley Reynolds Imogene through when .Senate Bill 191 Is In our community through demn or recommend an area thatmight
ctivities cause of Inadequate facilities pro- gift of $371 to the school from Nettles Hess,; Evelyn Newsome, passed" both personal and business chan be suitable for drilling: In

vided by the school auditorium, the Junior ClaM, and a gift of June Patel, Eva Jean Reddish, Senate Bill 191 Is a measure nels," the District Govern-or stated the later eventuality, further ex-

ming Year crowded Into the building. $165 to the Athletic Association Betty Turner' Reddish Carolyn now before Congress providing "It cannot ba explained, for ploration would be required.

Continuing the custom carried from the Senior: Class. Ross, Virginia Rice; Selma Rivers, sufficient appropriation for the It must be lived. Rotary brings together The operations, Taggart stated,
egion activities for the out In ''recent years, members) of The invocation was brought by Helen Rowland Seletta Sparks, Federal Works Administration. men of different faiths and employ use of a'gravity meter

i months were Indicated the graduating class were heardin W Herron, of the Church of D. L. Thomas Stephen St. John, Information from RFC states nationalities from all corners of valued at $11,000. Stations' are

>7 the JonesLangfordt brief addresses as follows:Mar- Christ, and the benediction was Mavis O. Thomas, Myrtle Thomas, that "Interest rates are determined the globe .. set up approximately 14 mile

t, Its regular meetings tell Edmondson, "Graduation", pronounced by the Rev. L. D. Howard L.' Thompson, Charles by the. Board of Directors "Rotary will continue to apart In a three-mil loop. Elevations -
Hall. Upon Lyle'Anderson, ankful for Be- Haines of the First Thornton are established and the
hearing Baptist Robert Turner, Mar at the time of consideration of because It Is built on the finest ,
report on the Staten ing an American", Helen Row- Church i guerite Wain wright. the loan." It* is believed that the fibers Of humanity and the gravity recorded. The device is

n West Palm Beach land, "Youth's Faith'! in the Fu- The following members of the The following members of *the rate would be about 4 percent.. greatest of Ideals," h* upon declared. asserted to be sufficiently sensitive -

It T. H. Onborne thued ture"; John'Anderson. "Educationfor graduating class were present to class, who are or have been in "Revenue bonds are acceptable as "The deep and nourishing soil In to be disturbed by the' DC*
motions and Peace" Robert Turner, "Civ- receive diplomas the armed currence of earthquakes In fsr.
reso- ; : services, were not present security for revenue producing which Rotary growa .Im the soil of
way of Initiating' the llieaUon's ''Greatest Challenge"; Margaret Alvarez, Ralph Al- but were,.awarded diploma projects, provided tie estimated ftllowshlp'which extends through' away' China, which occasionally

.program. for the ,year and Marvin Montgomery, -"World V4l'... 'John' Anderson Lyle Anderioiv Ralph Dudley Howard Douglas, earnings are sufficient to cover the deeper "atratas of friendship Interferea'with readings/ and
,\. I1eed for a Steadying' Power". ; Beatrice Barnes; Blanche Frank Crews. Bryan'HarrellTroy operating expenses 8114,, to liquidate and;understanding. Rotary could slows progress of the work. The
;The, High School Glee Club sang 'Butler/'Lllft Rae Caldwell Evelyn Loadholts speed of operations .U largely determined
or a district conference>> ; Joseph Kirkland, the loan over a period 'of SO not survive without all three."
approved ;$fay."'of ,Lone Ago", and "When! Colaon, Bernlce Cooper Gloria and William,Parker by the terrain and
with the local _I :years In' vent >(he loan I* authorized Prior to the District Governor's -
poup to act.. aaAjMMt.. n 'it\would/not be weather, ,:V
: I 'IK l'I necessary speechMll! f..n/ Patel"'p c om- :"
I I L 4onnallisiatithameeting.. ; Truck :Collision ". Mrs. DoriCarnellDies Cut Scout Pack* for the borrower to requisition forth.tot'al panted by Mm. B. K. Perryman, the Locat work ns-Ibr were theHMglnninf not specific! this of'
amoatHoftherloan) Im
ctloa with similar,ac-' Near:: !Highland At ,Ormond And Committee .t mediately, but'proceeds could 'be core sang-!; '.The"My Hero"Gypsy.'t and.J Groups as an, "'i..en-x'" week. It was stated that- the. ,
other posts, it was pro- Injures RiderA Scott Met Tuesday taken down from!itrvl.rid time as In& was led by Fletcher: >J3u!'a.. party If possibl; 'explore
at t a "Boy's Week' be Mrs. Doris Carnell. 44, 'NightThe needed In the construction, of the and -a quartette comp6ae4'oli ib1.1: the-.P mp Standing vicinity: but
daughter of F. A. Scott of Starke, ) 7 it was known'whether the
ded in project. not yet i
the future collision on Highway 13 a- first committee meeting of trlct Gov. Bultman, Rev, jtu A
died at her residence in Ormond military
wouldbo avail ,
II l high school students bout 6:30 p.- m. Monday 'resultedIn Cub Pack No- TO was held. Mon- Shepherd, lunliui M. Smith, an'd'Mr. property "
tnabled to receive prac- injuries for J.. T. Klrkley, of Beach Wednesday afternoon May dsy! evening at the Church Service BeautyCoatestant. Burnett drew a round of applause able for survey.:
29. She had been resident, of The Sun Oil group has set up
t In City government Jacksonville, and severe damageto Center The Pack was officially for their rendition of ."In offices
Ormond since 1923. To Be PickedAt In the Adklns building,
tat municipal tasks for .two truoks. organized by T. A. Rowand of the Evening by the Moonlight", -- .
Funeral services'will- be held 129 Call street.Hampton .
The Florida Depart. 'Those who ,first reached the Live Oak, B.S.A. executive of this DanceTonight, Places for 42, Including Rotar- i
afternoon at 3 o'clock from
announced, will con-f scene at the Clay County line Friday district. lass and their guests, were laid at e
1'a government project found the two vehicles In''a ditchon the Baggett-Mclntoah funeral The cubblng program has two Judges from the Chamber fit the long banquet table and each Revival

which will Include the left hand side of the road home in Daytona Beach, and Interment purposes; to encourage the activities Commerce; the Woman's Club and place was marked by souvenir Set For June ,9-23
will be in the plot
representatives from with one a Mack semi-truck and of the boy with his parentsand the Junior Woman's Club will ap- program carrying on its cover'a

Appointments would trailer of, Ballard &. Ballard, flour at Ormond. to prepare him for the Scout- pear at the Junior Club's dance photograph of the''District ''Gov Final arrangements have been
In recognition of 'out- I manufacturers, resting atop thecab'of addition to her father she Ing programThe. final tests in tonight (Friday) to choose "Miss ernor. On the back 'of, the pro- completed, for the Union Revival

Kfcolanhlp! and'''the aid a Ford truck,' which had is survived by her husband Stan- cub bing encompass the Tenderfoot Starke" from ,a group" of con gram was featured an amusing which will be held In the Methodist
We groups would be inhg I been carrying a load of tomatoes ley C.' Carnell and two sons, Cor- scout requirements' and the testants.: word picture of the "Average Church at Hampton each

selections.! and beans. Kirkley was reportedto bin S. Carnell and Gene S. Car- boy moves automatically from The winner will be entered as a Stark.. Rotarlan'V' Compiled from evening at 8 o'clock from Sunday,

Presented a detailed re- have been riding on' the pro- nell. all of Ormond, and one Pack to Troop. candidate for Queen of the "June information furnished by a recent June 9, through Sunday .June..23.'

"s reConventionendorsed I duce. It was necessary to cut brother Wilbur A. Scott of Parents In Starke should be Moon Festival" 'to be sponsored questionnaire, distributed In the The services will be conducted by-

military training, I open the crushed cab to free the Starke. grateful for the Interest and workof by the Jacksonville C of 'c on club. the Rev. Elmer Piper, of tha'Ful

ape for training of boys ,driver and assistant driver of the those who have organized the Saturday, June 19. Following adjournment of the ler Evangelistic Foundation of

high school graduates, Ford' whose names and the ex- City's Inhalator program here both for the bene- Contestants must be between 16 regular luncheon program the Long Beach, Calif. -

to 20. Four months tent 'of whose Injuries were not Available To All fit of the boys and of the com- and 21 and win be Judged at District Governor met with directors Special music, will be presentedeach
eight months specialized obtained. munity In general. Jacksonville Beach In bathing and committee chairmenIn evening under the direction

ould be required, the I, The DeWItt C. Jones ambulance /Jn EmergenciesEndeavor The Rev. Fred Yerkea was Instrumental suits.. Photographs must be submitted a Club Assembly at which reports of the Rev. Ralph Rivers of Hampton .
10 make free choice' of summoned t>f at the local C of C office on the year's work were received. and Waldo, with the Rev. Mc-
Immediately In stimulating the formation -
b I of service preferred to rush the Fire De- and the Chamber will bear all expenses The club was highly Donald of the Wesley Community
to St. Vincent's hos of the Pack and in
tatter move H. H. Inhalator to appreciation commended Mr Bultman for Methodist Church, of Gainesville
f period. To dls.lay pital. It is stated that he suffered partment's the committee has asked of the contestant to and by
trend toward Gold Head Branch In time to save from Jacksonville Beach. Its accomplishments In' the four a* pianist
broken leg and possibly St. Mark's Episcopal Church to
fey' the convention a the life of a Jacksonville youth branches of Rotary activityClubService All three Hampton churches'
other broken bones and Internal b* the sponsor. However It Is
ended that the admin- last week was the first Instancein Twin Fires Occur Vocational Service, Community Baptist Methodist, and Christian
wrecker along emphasized that all
IIId of the Injuries. A navy which the apparatus had been pro Service and International -are cooperating In ,the Union
by clvillans.program-All with two additional ambulances. called into service here. Althoughthe grams' are strictly nondenominational. Monday Night Service. Revival which promises to be the
younginformation from Cecil .
Dr further were ,also dispatched device arrived too late to save greatest, religious event to take
IIry training were a1.a. Field, east of Maxvllle. the victim. Banks Griffith ChiefR. Officers of the Pack are as follows Two fires of Identical origin At The Tabernacle place la Hampton In recent year
of the accident CUbma s t e William Al- odd coincidence which
V Kf Specific said that ef- : were an ,
Garden ad- caus'f C. Buford every
the recruiting officer In iris not given.Baptist iort possible was mad, '".. vans; Assistant.Cut>n>aster, Cecil greeted tit.- City Fir* Department Starka people were privileged to Methodist Church
Douglas, Chairman of Committee, soon after midnight Monday 'As
Inhalator consists of hear Dr. J. Frank -Nor.'no&ed
H. H..
zatJon or a local firing : Church cylinders'The containing 7 percent Sanford Bitch, Den Mother No.. 1, Chief R. C. (Red) Buford said, pastor of Forth 'Worth 'Texas; The i Sacrament of the 'Lord's
Mrs. Levy Canova and No.2, "It was strange thing, but It
approved, the trained carbon dioxide and 93 percent and Detroit, Michigan: on Wednesday Supper will be administered at
be niUbl for exhibit The Pastor of the First Baptist with hose attachment and Mrs. William Alvarez Commit- surehappened.." from 5 to 8. P. .)I, at the both morning and evening services -
Ides will begin oxygen teemen are'W T. Gill. Levy Can- At 12:49. m. the department '
and for Church ,of face mask. It serves In conJunction Tabernacle: la the Methodist' Church
military ova, Richard Kldd and Charles _A. speedily answered a caU from
series of messages this Sunday with the Schaefer me- Dr. Norris had been attendingthe Sunday. The pastor ,.the Rev W.
morning at 11 a. m. on "JuneJourneys artificial respiration. .Bu. Jenkins.- Darby's store and set about to Southern Baptist Convention J. Churchwell announces that this
thod of
Jesus to Jerusalem" The theme for the month of extinguish flames resulting froma will be the last service of the
engn with and has proven highly In Miami and was enroute home
ford said
Church will June will! be Indian lore and defective electrl motor which
topic for the
conference Subject
this Sunday's
and effective both for hospital and but stopped over In Jacksonville year.
handicraft. The climax: of the the grocery's vegetable
rank J. be "A. Life Well Begun. operated and visited some points of Inter- morning- sermon: "God Has
; Br>on- D. DChL .. 8 portable usage. month will be the Pack meetingon cooling system. This was no Spoken", _
? the First PJ.- Evening service is held at.of Persons faced with such an June 27 at which all parents sooner accomplished than at 1 sat Topic of the evening sermon

m ,' announces the 'p. m. with the Happy Hour emergency call Phone- 27. The apparatus and boys will gather for business a. m. the alarm, was sounded from The Tabernacle group heard the will be' "A' Life of Victory"
*" for Evangelism and a baptismal ser will be delivered immediately 'the of thefIre' ringing message delivered by Dr.
A. Sunday. and display the month's Abe Bessent's pool room. Here Everyone will take 'part \"' con.
Co the month of Jane vice. The ordinance of the Lord'sSupper Buford stated. Den activities. origin, It4 was discovered, Norris at Pjne Level Church: durIng grsgatlonal ..
slngipg +
To Church Month"r will' be observed during The Dens will meet at the rest'dence was the electric motor of the bottle the day and there was a The Rev. and 'Mrs.? : W. J.
r i Ia ached the morning hour .of worship large attendance on the serviceat
.7 be pres- Youth FellowshipWill of their respective mothers cooler. Churchwell, and Mr. and Mrs. L.
be morning! : When the Sunday School at 9:45: : meets to each Friday at 4 p. m. In both Instances, damage was the Tabernacle A. Davis, lay delegates. will
"What Li Good :..or study the lesson "Expressing Our Hold RallyThe Members of Den No. 1 are confined to the ,motors. Dr. Norris' visit to the Tabernacle leave Tuesday for the Conference

church Man!" If you aren.t ,Friendship For Christ". At 1.15: GARFIELD EVANS sub- George Canova, Levy Canova, Jr., was principally to view the to be held at Daytona Beach.

to anYWher you the Training Unions meet to discuss of the Methodist Wayne Douglas Richard. Kldd and St. Mark'sThe famous painting on display there: This Is the end of the,second :yearof
Claul'Ch meet' with the Pre... "Christ is Central In Science". district meeting will meetat Tommy GUI'. "The Feast of Belshazzar": HU the Churchwells In Starke. and
0II1e. and find a sin. 'The sweetest hour of .the week Youth Fellowship group evening June No. 2 members are Gene Hitch schedule of services at st.Mark' message on same was from the the cBurch has had one of the
: la Wednesday at 8.. A cordial invitation Waldo Monday William Alvarez Jr., Marlon. Harrington Episcopal Church Is as 5th chapter of Daniel. best reports leading the districtIn

is extended to all who 3 at 8 o'clock in the Methodist John Kopelousos and follows: Thursday. May 30 Feast The Youth Meetings were well several phases.

'on School : are seeking a' place of worship. Church. Representative groups Charles Jenkins.Lawtey of the Ascension and Holy Com- attended Saturday night and Church School meets at 10 a. m.

from Lawtey. Melrose Lake But- munion at 10 a. m; Friday. 7:30p. : Charles Johns-who leaves shortlyto with a class for every age Youth

morning for at 8:30 classes : New Druggist 'Here ler and Starke will be 'present. RevivalThe m., Litany and Meditation; Join the Navy-was the leader. I Fellowship meets at 6:45 and avery
8bia the annUal Slimmer interesting program has Sunday (In Ascensiontide) Sun- Charles will be missed from the i J I good program has been ar-
SchOOl at the First I Carpenter's Drug Store announced A very Rev. Woodrow Flynn of the day School at 10 a. to.'. 11 a. m. Tabernacle services. ranged. Miss Vivian McRae will'
urch. Each' day for I this' week that it has recently been planned by the host church State Baptist Convention will be- Holy Communion and Sermon, Parents are urged to eneouriage be tn charge of the service.

1rSWeeks of 4 those between i secured the services 'of H.I( with installation of sub-district gin a series of revival meetings Rev. Yerkes, celebrant; 7:30: p. m. their children In the Youth I Everyone urged to attend 'the>

and 18 are invited I T. Kennon. pharmacist. He wasformerly 'I officers by Rev. Ralph Rivers at the Lawtey Baptist Church on YPSL with a special program. t Wednesday evening service at 8
0 work! and to play.'Re- of ),[cRae, Georgia, and J host pastor, and his young' people Sunday June 2. The public is All persons are cordially Invitedto meetings by being present on Saturday o'clock. Come and bring your

bour IVI1 o 8 served:30: to durblg 11, has' been 1918. in the drug bldlnesssince r[ have ,planned'for a large group. cordially Invited to attend. these services. ( nights 1 1[Bible! ,.





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TWO FRID.tv. ,......."I'_ I
. . . 5555Pine . . . . .I I Surplus Produce the ,
II BRADFORD I I I Produce season,
. Brooker LevelBy HamptonBy Being CannedAt week a scene, with of marked 8ct1V1IJ Plant
""j EMtaMlithexl 1877 By MM. T. W. Markey Mr*. II. M. McRae Mrs. M. (J. Sweeney Plant HereAn bag corn, Patrol1l

1 E.: L. Matthews ________ Editor and Owner . . . potatoes, Rye '
. . . . . . Increase In capacity for operation pork, and with Mra

j Miss Mary Mott Is spending Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson of Bradford's non-profit charge of the JOQt
I f Pubf bed Weekly on Friday. and Entered ... Second Claw Matter this week in Alachua with rela- appointment at Pine Level are enjoying a two weeks vaca- canning factory was announcedthis ing canning tit

; at ,tile Pout Orfloa at Stark.. Florida. tives. Church Sunday morning and tion at Cedar Keys. Last Sun- week, with the Installation Vocational Director
,. Mra. O. J. Mott and children evening. After the morning ser day, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons.Mr. of two new cookers, bringing the CUIIon stated for tags I
of Lake Butler were here Friday vice, 14 candidates were baptizedInto and Mrs. Archie Eiland and total to six and enabling the plantto I growers and gardeners the
Democracy Or afternoon visiting Mrs. Beanie the membership of the church. Miss Harvene Watterson visited cook 550 No. S cans at one not used theM service 11110
Mr. and Mrs. A. F Hall and;,, them there. time. I cents is charged for, lI1at 4
Guest Editorial by Wna. M. Duncan Mott.Mr.. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of children and Mr. Hall's Uncle W. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Touch- The first pork to be cannedthis IS 1-2 cents. for rio Na, 1 *

strikes of the month will : Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Jewel, all of Jacksonville and ton attended the graduation ex- summer was received Tuesday : The plant is situated| I
The historic past revealto per- Brinson of Tampa were weekend Bishop Myrick of Lake Geneva ercises at AJachua last week. Mrs. Mrs. Tyler Jones, the manager grounds()f the Starke highs'
haps serve one good purpose-in that they will guests of Mr and Mrs. J. p. spent the weekend with Mr. and Touchton's niece was one of the stated that vegetables were
the country that we have of late been speeding, not Roberts. Mrs. H. M. McRae and family. graduates. being brought In by local farmers

drifting toward a dilemma which would impair, not We are glad to report that Mrs. I Thomas F. Brown and Gordon In increased quantities, and that
only our integrity, but our life as a nation. DPTISTVMS I R. M. Crosby has returned home I Weest have been recent visitors 300 cans of beans and Irish pota- EXPERTRADIO
The recent specific positions of operators and labor The WMS of the Brooker.Baptist I after several days in Glendale to Miami. toes were processed last Thursday.In .
Church met at the home of
; have, as usual, undemocratically remained something of Mrs. W M. Hazen Wednesday, Hospital in Palatka. Claude I* May left Friday to contrast to. the first days of
it Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of Van- visit relatives In Washington, D.
a secret behind the closed doors of conference. But I May 23. After a lesson on Chris
derbilt was Sunday dinner guestof C., and Philadelphia, Pa.
labor's needs could the
is apparent that none of justify tlanlty was discussed, Mrs. Hazen
situation of last week. A strike against the govern- served cookies and punch to her Miss Gwendolyn McRae. Mrs. J. W Horne and children, GET THE
of guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Richard May, and Miss Ernestine a SPEED SERVICE
ment is an abandonment of the principal government, ) SURE
The next meeting will be held made a business trip to Jackson- Morris were shopping in Gaines-
which constitutes anarchy: the bringing of the roof
ville Saturday.Mr. ville last Thursday. KEUEFFORACW o
at the church at 3 o'clock Wed-
the and innocent
down guilty

upon nesday: June 5. and Mrs. E. G. Johns and Frederick Watterson had as
We have been swiftly brought back to the funda- INDIGESTION
son, Edward, Jr.,.and Mrs Johns' guests last week Paul and Frances Chas. c.SHEPHERQ.
mentals-problems of which the founding fathers were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and mother, Mrs. F. L. Connors, all Meng of Ohio. The Menga liked
aware when they made provisions for a working de- children spent Sunday in Palatka of Jacksonville, were Sunday din- Hampton so well they have
mocracy. The idea behind a democracy is the maxi- with Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Mc- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. bought the O. D. Gay place south- 1t

mum freedom possible within the premise of the great- Gauley.Mr. McRie and family.Mr. west of town. tCarpEnter's at

est good for the greatest number together with incen- and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were anj( Mrs. Paul Bridges of Miss Jeannine Cooke of Starke
tive for accomplishments by the individual. It holds as shopping In Gainesville Saturday. 'i Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Ar- was the week-end guest of Miss GAY'SSERVICE

sacred the freedom of the individual to accept or reject Mr. and Mrs. W M. Hazen thur HcRae Monday. Betty Horne. STATION
rding to his tastes and inclinations. and daughter, Mary Ruth, were Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae were Miss Peggy Hinson returned Drug Store

Obviously when, with human nature being what it Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and visiting 'Mrs. McRae's parents, Monday after spending several .
is, one abuses its privileges and oversteps the Mrs. D. C. Boyles in Archer. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner at weeks with relatives in Lakeland,
of others there must be concessions. The men Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Sikes and Midway Tuesday. Ga.
labor restraints themselves. If son. Larry, of Alachua were K O. Morgan of Jacksonville Olin V. Hicks of Jacksonvillewas u Can Use More PuIpwo
of must apply upon O
weekend guests of her parents, was visiting Bishop Myrick at the a visitor here this week.
they cannot, they must expect the government to do Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodgea and home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn .. WRITE' TIMBER
__ __ DEPT.
it for them. If then, labor chooses to oppose the government -
were accompanied home by. Mrs. Rae Monday. It was a happy left last week for North Carolina
labor is brought to the point where it must Hodges and granddaughter, Vele- hour for both boys as it was their where they will vacation for sev- Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina. paONWAY'S
decide-does it want democracy or something else? Ua, who are spending two weeks first meeting after serving two eral weeks.

There has been a great deal of talk about any with them. years together In the Navy. Large numbers are attendingthe

criticism of the self-righteous "strategy" of Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy madea Remember services each Sunday cottage prayer meetings each

.Whitney, Johnson, Petrillo, et al. as being anti-labor. business trip to Jacksonville morning and evening with Sunday Tuesday and Thursday night and
It seems high time for a little talk on what is anti- Friday. School at 10 o'clock. Prayer much Interest is being shown in ,
democracy. Labor's unanimous walkouts, the "We're Mr. and Mrs. Jim Douglas and meetings Is held .each Thursday the coming Union Revival which
behind John!I" sort of thing demo- sister, Reta Brown, of High evening. will be held In the Methodist '
you are no more (
Springs attended church here Sun Church June 9 through 23. ; ,Service Station
cratic than an election in nations where the voter has
day at the Church of Christ.
choice between candidates. So long labor seeks Compensation Paid
no as Mrs. Ben Holland and Mrs CHURCH OF CHRIST PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICEOil
legitimate gains, its dalliance with totalitarian methods Jewel Summers of Wauchula spent "Not a Hoof Shall Be Left Be-
might be regarded as harmless, though we feel union part of last week with Mr. and Unemployment com pensatlon hind" will be the subject at 11
checks went to
members could attain their ends more effectively by ifro. Lloyd Barry. In totaling Bradford$119 eight a. m. Sunday at the Church of Changing
men County duringthe
making their own decisions rather than leaving it to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews week ending May 18. State Christ In Starke by the minister, Greasing
one or two men. But when labor is led to objectives and daughter, Margie Sue, of which indicates W. Herron. "Excuses" will be his p
payments are decreasing 7:45.
topic at :
Jacksonville weekend evening O Waxing
whose accomplishment demands such a situation as that were guests
that the state has no Mid-week Bible study is held at
ot Mr. and Mrs. O. W. .
of last week. Congress and the'President must act. Barry.E. un-I Washing
Kills of employment problem. 7:45 Wednesday and all are in-
It is hoped that, in the stress of banked-up fervor, here Worthington Springs vited to the services at all times. 1 is Polishing
was Friday morning.-
tions given payments were
the legislation will not be excessive. Labor's cause is Col. Howard of Kentucky The church Is pleading for a re- '$'
Douglas '
fundamentally vital to the standard of living for the spent a few days recently electrician, carpenter, lum-1 turn to the New Testament ? Tire Repairs

average citizen. Labor has come a long way from 12- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ber worker, bulldozer operator and Church in Name, Doctrine and
hour days at low wages.: The gains must not be lost. Johnnie Douglas.Mr. truck driver. I Practice. ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN(

But when labor is in itself unable to do anything and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of -,_.- -.-.-pIa
about bad leadership it must not be allowed to defeatits New River were Sunday afternoon
own ends, or the nation's welfare. Governmental visitor of Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. June Will Be "Go-to-Church Month"AT AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

restraints,are then to be applied. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas OIL & GREASE ,
Mrs. R. E. Hazen and son, Doyle, THE

a*' 1 :t fA' to. M 1' Miss Madeline Greef.1yll on .
I When Your Tires Are Slick = Time to l ecapfRECAPPING Green Douglas., Donald John Crews Mott, Howard Veletla First t' 'Presbyterian Church ""Q Quakerfc State i

I Hodges and Cecil Davis attended on;
;4 P of commencement exercises at Ala- STARKE FLORIDA
.. hua High School Friday night. Sealed ,
f ALL SIZE TIRES Mr. and Mrs. Alph A. Hazenof Every member asked to be present SundayTopic
f A"I AND TUBES Orlando were weekend guestsof RIDE
I Mrs. E. M. Hazen. : "What Is Good Or Bad About Alan?" FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
__.I 24-IIOUR SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis of BATTERIESLINES

BEST MATERIALS Jacksonville, were Sunday guests

-2._ "- I GRADE "A" RUBBER ot Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter. ,// You Aren't Attending Church AnywhereYou Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of
iik' '. I Workmanship Guaranteed Jacksonville were weekend' guestsof Are Invited To Meet With Us and FindA BUSSESFor /s

Mrs. R. P. Lewis. Safety
PRONE 79 Warm Welcome
j Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markey of Comfort & Economy '

Charleston, S. C., were visitingMr. Phone
and Mrs. T. W. Markey last Rev. Frank J. Bryson, D. D. Supply Pastor ,147 Tate Care Of It"You're
STARKE TIRE week. -,- ,.. -,_.- ... .. -..---.-.- -.----+
Earl Green and Mrs. Ernest Edwards -

Adjoining Ave.NOTICE and eon, Gene, went to
Temple Garage Temple .
South Carolina Friday and were .
accompanied home Sunday by

Mrs.been Green visiting and there.children who have wonderful Have a Coke

Mr. and Mrs. Tom'Edwards and .
Mrs. Eva Clemons and daughter,
Evon, of Worthington Springswere
visiting here Friday after-

noon. .
Jack Rahn of Gainesville Is .. ,.
In with the the
keeping practice visiting his brother and slster-ln-

majority of the business firms located ."]. law,-Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rahn. I I Iry
W. H. Hinton and Joe 'Veath-

in Starke, beginning June 6, erlngton of Waldo are spending 4 / /
Ma week with Mr, and Mrs. Earl M I
1916, our bank will close at noon -, Green. r

Thursdays until further notice.




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I. great west. e e e e a S e e e e t e I
This is truly God's country and it LOOKING FORWARDBy Little Waste Fat Harold" W. Trott "Long Short, j "Black Ships! of Japan", the story
flay Hill Tall, an account of the U. S. I of Perry's 1853
will be with LAWTEY I landings by Arthur
that I
W. W. Parker Being Turned In; Marines by Alvin M. Josephy. and I WaJworth

1 Lora Surges Mohr Claus come the comes winter in when Santa e e By e.Mrs.e e Mamfo Crews Needed At HomeIn 0--".-.....- ,, ..?-.?_.-..,.-...., 1.1. I ..II..._! ..... .- .-. .. ,........
e .
e e e e eEr a sleigh. I will e e MT. PISOAH AME: CHURCHSunday
FEEL: LIKE CIN- have a white Christmas and not I Mrs. Carrie was a High Day at Mt. spite of pieaa from the Gov- For Safety Comfort and Economy .
I NAME have to dream of one. When Casque Is upending ernment, used fats are not being I ,
WITH ANEW I some time in Tampa with Pisgah when G. H. Little 1
her soninlaw presl- turned
In local
here there at grocery stores FOR COURTEOUS
ACROSS turnIng
.l LO"ELY HOME: I AM SO back had I wanted to.no They- Tommie and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. den called the Sunday School lit any considerable amount, a & rI

GItE.\T DIVIDE. said, "We need such as you out Junior McCiney. Congress to order at. 3 o'clock A hasty survey revealed here this CORRECT l (; ;
IttF1'aver here and you shall not return." Page and R. L. and J. I week. This doea not mean that j INFORMATION"
of time will linger So remain I shall. I will be the B. Bradley were among those In spicy program was presented with used fats are being wasted, however !.I

loving tears will start, same person you knew only on a Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. the Rev. C. A. Crum being main according to the explanation Please Phone 147 9" "7

Lillie Collier speaker for the supplied by Starke Most .. ,.
,- trails a finger greater adventure with a partner and daughters occasion.: At- grocers. -' I 6-4
| Index of the heart.RUe and I am so gloriously happy. I Mrs Frank Prevatt, and tendance was good and collection I housewives are not turning in Hide Florida
the Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses
have shaken the sand Bobby, and Mrs. Mary O'Grady their- used fata because they are ,
out of my was $64. The next session will
shoes and am yet wondering and son were visiting Mr. O'Grady using them at home, It was said UNION BUS STATION
by be held with the
strange Allen
e does play me what strange fate I happen to be in the Lake City Veteran's Hos- Chapel Shortages In lard at home lame Temple Ave LACY CONWAY, Agent Sterke, Fla.
I have to pinch myselfd here when I loved Florida so well, pital Tuesday AME Church on June 23.-WiN ly account for the fact that little ... u J .. _
l"am asleep. I have I haV a and Clay Hill. Thus my story ends, Donald Ray Grlffis has returned helmlna Rogers, secretary. fat is turned in at local groceries ,

fand a new name. "and they lived happily ever af- home from 'a long visit with his and there has also been a marked
ne who loves me dearly I ter.',I shall cherish precious memories aunt in Jacksonville. He I I. the ALLEN CHAPEL AME CHURCH' increase in the use of such fats
Lmuch becomes everything me.whereI of Clay Hill and always havea : son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Grit June 2 I* regular pastoral day for homemade soap. GARAGEO".IIAIf

of school ehU- warm spot; In my heart for all fis. at Allen Chapel and is However, grocerymen are still
I?bad only my of you back there who read this. L. P. Rafuse made a business everyone paying cents a pound for all us- Mile South of Sterne oa Road IS
lul God. I shall now watch. I have just taken on another part trip to Jacksonville Saturday invited to hear the Word of God. ed fats turned In, and thin Is t

*ulUets over a hill. The birdsng sing of the grand old USA to help Loca Rafuse spent the week-end Monday night, June 3, there will made available to soap and tal- All Kinds of Auto Work

to me as only they and to learn to love the people.So In Jacksonville with relatives. be a glorious program of songs low concerns, who make regular

be happy all of you and I Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams by a Quart e t t e that comes directly collections to alleviate the short ALL WORK USED Wrecker Service

know you wish me happiness In and children of Jacksonville were from California. There is age in the manufacture of commercial GUAR.NTEEDUTO PARTS DAY OK NIGHT
4,1/s my new venture. God bless you Sunday dinner guests of Mr and no admission, so come early i It soap and other fats pro- ..
all. Don't ever forget me. Your Mrs. Perry Davis. you want a good seat ducts. 6" 1.6 '"

AC ONef I.,e'vd Wac and schoolteacher. Mrs Nettie Starling and daughter The local A & ,? reports that 'WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS

... by..ill ten. 666'tt -Lura. Louise, of Hellbronn Springs CPL. IIUNTER LIKES ARMY I from 12 to 13 pounds a week are

f'.'....I".,su.IIICIIIICIC (Mrs. Don O. Mohr, Ponca, Ne was. in Lawtey Saturday.Boatdrain. Cpl. Cleveland Hunter recently received, and Lee Perkins, market

..... braska.) received his honorable discharge manager at Lovett's reports a- r .
A. S
.4 M.1 e e e S e e a e e e e e after
serving 42 months and 2 i round 10 pounds turned in there
days In Asia and China. He has weekly. The management at Dar

decided that the Army la a pretty I by's and the Tip Top Market and
IN THE SOUTHEAST good place to be and will re-entlai Cannon's Grocery stated that the r
By Mrs Z. 2. Orlffls
I More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. as a Technical Mechanic for 18 amount of used fats turned in had EVERYBODY !
e e e S e e e e e e e e. months) of overseas duty. Friendsare been at a minimum for several

It must be.,. :Mrs Rachel Sasser of this community giving him a hearty send-off. months. ENJOYS EATING

and Alfred Thomas! of The need for fats is as great AT
Brooker were quietly married I BLUE< CAPS F.\CK GIANTS now as it was during the war andIt

Saturday morning by Judge E. K. The hottest game of the season will likely be yeais before do- The PARK CAFE
Ferryman. : will take place at Reno Field, this mestic production can compensate
Mr and Mrs. Minton of Lake I Sunday afternoon when the fully for the loss of Imports from

City were visiting Mr and Mrs. Starke Blue Caps cross bats with the Pacific. Therefore, the American
j. Ralph Gainey Thursday.Gene the undefeated Jax Giants. The kitchen must continue to be s

Grlffia, Mrs. Lavonla. Grif- powerful Giants have won 15/ the chief source of used fats so Delicious Regular Meals ,

fis, Sharon Green, Christine and games straight and have tied 6. drastically needed in industry as
Catherine Gainey, Geraldine They are confident that they will well as In foods for famine areas. Healthful Vegetable Plates

Brown and Albert and Hazel Grif- shut the Blue Caps out but Parker Housewives are urgently requestedto Short Orders,9'LEARN
fis attended commencement exercises says they will have plenty of save all fats and to turn in at

: in Starke Thursday nightof trouble when he sends Big Pete their grocery store every tablespoonful -
AI&NO EER last week.J. the Twister to the mound, assisted that is not needed at

.,u M.,1..IAavvGrwen- W. Sasser made a business by Theodore (Curley Top) home.

trip to Sanford Raven and "Happy" Leandrew do-
eG1,A/Iw/4 Ch"M",clewwM.N"l.I.S.1 Friday. : !
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown and ing the receiving. The Giants' Library Receives >

family visited in Brooker Saturday will have to face such batters as
a Homer (Jabo) Adklns "Happy" New Books For :.tJo1' TO Fly !

Miss Opal Morrell of Lake City Leandrew, Sidney (Trick Shot) Summer ReadingBooks
visited friends and relatives here Williams Bubber (Foots) Blye,

Sunday and Monday. Arthur (Fat Stuff Weston and recently received by the under the
t. Mrs. Marietta Rowe wart visiting the mighty Cicero (King Tut) Public Library, according to Mrs.
her brother Casher Strick- Leggett. For another thrilling H. H. Young, librarian Include a

land at Kingsley Lake this week. game; come early for standingroom. variety of current best-sellers G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS *"
Jni .
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and non-fiction and novels, romances
family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Grlffls The Blue Cap downed High and Juvenile fiction. I

and family and William Brown Springs Aces 8-4, May 26. Named among them are Th o* at
f visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green dore Dreiser's last novel, "T h e
Sunday. Bulwark William Allen White's
Local TB Group
Rev. and Mrs. Curtis) Harris and Autobiography, Vincent Sheehan's '
--::: family of Green Cove were Sun- Supports Patient lastest treatise on International STARKE AIR PORT

day gueats of Mr...and Mrs Ralph attain "This House Against This
.....,. Gainey. Mrs. J. Wainwright was appointed House" the "Anatomy of a
:: '! Mrs. Minnie Crlffls Is home this week a* a Director- Peace" by Emory Reves, a new "
at-Large for the State Tuberculosis novel by Ersklne Caldwell titled ;
from St..Vincent's Hospital and !.q
,/ I lightly Improved. Association. The Director "HonM in the Uplands," the beft-
Remember church services each are the governing body of the _lUng "Thla Side of Innocence"by

Sunday at Boatdrain Baptist association and make the laws, Taylor Caldwell, and "Wakeof For Information
?. plans etc. They meet three or the Red Witch a sea story
: Church at 11 a. m. and 8 P- m. ,
Perfect Groomingf Rev. Curtis Harris, pastor four times a year. By Garland Roark.
The local group has been caringfor Newest works of juvenile fiction Phone 177

Stapling machines. Scotch tape, a boy for several months, pay- Include "Stories Boys Like

Demands Perfect Cleaning paper pitches. all type aooount ing his doctor bills his mlllc bill Best" by Franklin Mathlews, and
books ring binders and many and taking care of other expenditures "Mistress of the Whltehouse" (the V. S. St. John
.- other Items at the Bradford pertaining to his care and story of Dolly Madison) by Helen
Well-groomed women have the poise and con J recovery. L. Morgan.

fidence that goes with immaculate clothing. County Telegraph. Other adult novels of romance Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Ret.
You'll in ------- -- --- -- -- "A Frenchman
feel smartly dressed if you step out -- and adventure are

clothes that we've dry cleaned for you. You'll NOTICE Must Die" by Kay Boyle, "Call
admire the freshness imparted by skilled Me Pandora" by Amber Dean, "No v

pressing and the life and vibrant color re- Notice le I hereby Irlvpn that the foUowlnlf described hinds. will Place for Women" by Tom (3111."Snakeplt" .
newed sold at public auction on the 1.1 des of June, .l iio'clock by Mary Jane Ward
to be
by Be groomed :::8
expert dry cleaning. noun at the City Hall in Starke. F ".. to psy amount "Wasteland by Joe Sin c lair.
perfection. Send your wearables to us with due for taxes. herein set oppnsite to the ".same together with aU "Dutches Hotspur" by Rosamond tlALIIES (FFDDDS.
costs of ouch ale and &d..rU"I"c.
confidence. SPECllll
Marshall, "Hangman's by
A_. T....
O..rl.Uo. f. T. ... A..... Owner R 't'asteAll Franklyn Pell, "Canvaas Sky" by
PHONE 135 II David" Liebowltz. "Old Doc'! by
that portion of NW% Elizabeth Sel fer t "Hawk's
ROBT. 315 f lying W 01 '
canal .ana N .I <"&U lit., Flight" by Helen Hull, "Death
GREEN Temple and JoJ of Wel1er 81.. Rides a Sorrel Horse" by A. B. .
V. D.Herrell. .
except home of
H. IL ifoastonand Cunningham "Great Promise" by
Owner An. Cha. A. Jenkins 211 1 21 Blending Center, Ine. 481.75 Noel Houston and "Crows Can't
Lot 4 of Block I. City 1.01 A, Non-fic-
Park IIb-Dlvl.lon 211' Z3 Mrs George Plerrte Count" by A Fair.
Lot 8 of Block I. and lot tion In demand includes the best- CANNON'S.
ft.0E. andsIn N W'", t selling science anthology "One .

corner nf lot I DowKunt. World or None" "Radar" by Or-
IIn.'. .. Fred Lulde 4.Te In E. Dunlap, "Campua Shadows" 220 N.:TEMM.E. AVE. STARKE FLA.

HI..ok lot 4,12 Oa..kln.exc"pS'Add" of 2S a II Floyd Or..,, ; II 20 (autobiography of a doctor) by

EXTRA GOOD BREAD! Lots i I.S of Addition Blee k 2.III' II N. J. Klan '1" 81.85 SCPPUESf Full SATURDAY SPECIALS
NH fway l lot 4 and lot Nerd OFFICE:

6 Addition of mock I, Highway 2. 4 II W. A._Cook 41.40 lino"at the Bradford County Trie- _

lot 1 of Block U, J. )I. graph
Johns Addition II' II Mary B. Maloaty 1.30LBt 16 Oz. JarKING e
1 &nd M 17'" ft. of ::
lot 2 nf Block i 1 Llving.tonT FLORIDA LIVRA TONE t tr TASTE MAYONNAISE 35c
rub y Co. Mn. Maude I1ro."I. 2.11I
4 21
tJS Lots Addition i. 8. I. I. 10 of block is A sera.:. fmciivlLAXATIVE No. 2 CanJackson <

ISe tJtJve Lots(I o'A I. LI.ln..Lon-Truby S.U Addition and 8 I fl. .of d III I U Carl Bitch 2111 esiomo TO raoMOrs.VIGOROUS Cream-Style Corn 14c

lot 4 nf Block U. 1.1.In..tnn.Truby '.- HZAITH
Ft ( a Co. 2/ 21 Floyd Green 212S
Addition .
TI. Lte 4 T of Block 21.WvingstonTraby 25 lbs SKRUBY
a Prunl. Can 114 ROSE FLOUR
1eftsffte5 CBa Addition f1 12S y. $1.45
.. II ft. of lot I ofBlock .
vI4J' -
1 1Truby
II aCo'. SubtDi- Enoch Tyson 2.90IIlnrk CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

v orll Laylft..ton-TrubY and N% of Plocklt a 4 21 Unkno..a 111Co.'e I Cigarettes, Cta. -- $L8E

ItTHERE'S Sub DI.I"lo" it 4 II
Lot 1 of Block 17, 1.1.aftC"ton.TrubY ..- 1
a Co. Homer William. I" Large _
Sub J""I.lon it a "I FANCY LEMONS Dozen
Block II except lot 1. 30c
Uyln..taD-T r II by.. Joe loran 1.71,
NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH YEAST. Co'a Sub' Division 26 4 11Lilt.
.. 4of Block n
And isclunann'., fresh :Yeast goes right to work Idvis.stea-T Dlvl.ion r u bT i II t. Willie Rob.t 1.11Co.'s 17'1-2.Oz. Jar

because it's : Sub. 6, 1 of Sloekiii B. B. lie..,....... 12.1.Lot8 '
actively fresh. No waiting-no extra ltep \;.: .. Addition, IS II Heinz Baked Beans 21c
toschmann's' fresh Yeast helps give full de1i iou bread Wynn'A. .B.Addition C of Flock 1"2. 4 21 lIoyd Holloway 11.21

Favor, Fractional Block 10. N flf
smooth texture-perfect freshness. Street and W
of Walnut 8t., Tern' Uaknowa J.'Ipia' .. 20cPureGold
IF You 21 4 61
BAKE AT HOME, always ask for South II feet of N litfeet
f..t of 24<< Oz.
Fleischmann's of E 10 Jar
actiof fresh Yeast with the "
. I' aa
mar yellow UbeL DependableAhenita's on Block En."y'. .t.nd.R- 11 .A. W. Asd.esoa 11.11Inal
of Starke I' Sweet Mix Pickles 28c
favorite for over 70 years. Com toSW _m.. of PHARMACIST
Mad 1 .." S 131 ft. tot

pt.an4 of ru"b.., th."". rUB Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRYAT
I 111qpua'puvrLth / W ItS N' 621yir1. .f toga Phone 64 STARKE
1.f'ARL /
a II Unknown
pt. of It... :aa On-the-Minlt Service
JOn::>l"-. I
Tax CoU..etar. CJ') .t 8tark.

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7 Ladies Auxiliary- ; li" Miss, Forehand Junior. >epartment Sunday School Class Winsome

III SOCIETY a d.. cLUBS( Met Tuesday Hostess: At KingsleyMiss Of ,St. ,Mark's S. S. Has Outing At LakeThe I The time Claw

, ar-- With Mrs.; KendrickThe Peg Forehand of Albany. Has Party At Lake Senior Class of the Sunday Winsome Class of llletllbt Of

i Silver Tea Given I Swimming Party of the Ga., entertained six of her Duke The Junior Department of the School 'of St.. Mark's Episcopal Church has again kn
Ladies Auxiliary
': By Junior'Club For Younger Set Presbyterian Church met Tuesday University college the mates Tom at Slade a Sunday School of St. Mark had Church is to have a picnic and this class time will to Tuelday J
house-party at swimming party on' Saturday meet ftb
j Is Successful EventThe At Kingsley Lake evening at the home of Mrs. T. cottage on Kingsley: Lake from ley an outing Lake cottage and picnic of at Mrs.the Edward Kings. June I, at the Klngsjey Lake Mn, .J, M. Davis. at Witb,
N. Kendrick. Ross
Thursday through Sunday. The home of Mrs. Clifton Brown All and Mrs.
Junior Woman's Club enter- Misses J Ona Demorest and :Min Gladioli and zinnias were usedin girls were accompanied by Dr. Burns, Sunday School Superin class members as hOltessl'I Jirnlllie

; tained with a' Silver Tea Thursday nie 'Lou Hazen entertained their decorating the'living and dinIng and Mrs. D. C. Forehand and Mr, tendent, on Monday, May 27. meet at the church are requested to -

f afternoon of last week for the friends with a party Tuesday at rooms where the business and and Mrs. Ralph Allison, also of Swimming about' the cottage pier service cen- Complete
was followed}by a. picnic ter on Saturday at 2:30 for trans ""
benefit of the Iron Lung which the Matthews cottage on Kings- social meetings were'held. There Albany.Mr. ; supper portation. PLIES at the guy
Is being purchased by Junior ley Lake. were 15 members and several and Mrs. K. G. Duncan will bathhouse. Telegraph
State Swimming and games were en- After the children enjoyed
/ Clubwomen of the visitors 'present. One of these occupy the Slade cottage on supper

The,Club colors, blue and white. joyed and a picnic supper was was Mrs.' H. B. Montgomery of Kingsley Lake the first two weeksIn a motorboat ride aboutthe. .

I were used."in (decorating,' withprofusion ;ai served buffet"" style' ,from the long Georgia, who with'I
I i I "" p( summer flowers; placed porch.i'Theguest.- Uaf Included is a guest of her sister Mr* Baxley, Ga., will comedown after Eyeretit!: :Crews.'' ; I -,,:
about-the main Misses Mrs. !Bums 'and Mrs.;, Clifton
'advantag usly' Annie Lou Godwin. thaf for,.some time ,on the.lake, .
auditorium. The ,(Ii'.guestwere Jeannette Priest, Elizabeth Lawson : Mrs. W. J.' Chandler' Was In : Brown, ,were In'charge of arrangements -
greeted at the door by Miss Louise ; Frankie Morgan Sharon Hall, which assisted by Miss Marian I-
of the was
charge program LuncheonAt
, Snyder and Miss! Evelyn Ondlna Churchwell Marian Brown, of These Lovely Brown, George' Young and :'Em &;
"The Living Days"and.
Stump presented them. to the re: Vivian Dinkins McRae,, Betty Idell Landrum Ann Flynn, JoAnn she talked about the part the :Kingsley; Lake manuel Tlliakos.. Class members \'r.;'",

ceiving line which was composedof women should have In the recon- attending were ,J.loyd'Grlder.Richard .
Madge Brownlee, Peggy 'Anne Mrs D. C. 'Forehand of Albany Ki'dd Chrlstoudou-
of Leon
Mrs. T. H. Osborne, sponsor struction of the world.: A prayer,
the Junior Club, Miss ,Lucille Wiggins Janet Anderson Joan scripture reading and responsive Ga., 'who' spent several days last lou Alec Tiiiakos and Kay Row-

Mitchell, president, Mr, R. A. Carpenter, Barbara Jean Mayhugh, readings were given.: week on Kingsley Lake, entertained land, who had as her guest 'JOAnn
Green, president of the Woman's Sammie Kennedy, Mary Ann Coleman there Saturday with a lunch Baylor of Cedar Keys:
Rae Coleman June Caldwell, Mrs. Jeanette C. Young con-
club, Mrs. Junius M. Smith vice- ducted the Bible which is
Doris Moncrlef Shirley Montgomery quiz eon.Bowls
of the Woman's Club, of and oleanders
president roses
Miss Marian Johns
and Dottie Sue Biggs, and a regular feature of the 'meetingsand
Mrs. W. C. Powell vicepresidentof were placed about the living room .'
; J I the Junior...Club and ,Mrs.Vernon' Charles Lawson',';: and j the dining table was centered Honored At Shower;
Edward Shull, Mrs Frank J.
; Bryson announces -
of the
Silcox secretary with an arrangement of white
I Junior Club Charles Knight Henry Manassa, that five young people are to at- oleanders and pink radiance rose Miss Beatrice Moseley entertained

I and Della Jimmy 'McRae, Joe Monteith, tend the Young People's Confer- A delightful three-course luncheonwas at her home on North CherrySt.
Misses Frances Peek
I at the Lewis Halnes Billy Smith Billy ence In Sebring on June 11 served. Saturday night with a lingerie -
Rosenberg served punch
Miles, Barney McRae; Dan Priest, 17. These B. C.
through are shower in honor of Miss
bowl during the'atternoon. The Guests.were Mrs. W. B. Sewell,
overlaid with a Steve Weldon, Emanuel Tlliakos. Holtzendorf, Jr., Charles Knight, Mrs. R. F. Demorest Miss Madge Marian Johns who will become the I ,. '
tea table was e(0
Van Priest, Billy Reynolds, Lowell Barney McRae, Vivian McRae and bride of Hal C. Sessions of Minneapolis SY
handsome lace cloth and centered ttoberts Middleton :Mrs. E. L. Matthews, ,
Douglas George Doyle Merry Beth Knight. Minn., on June 27 at the I
with a bowl/of the club flower Hazen Vance Gil Garrett Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. M. F.
red roses. ?Spike ; Mrs. H. E. Boelter president, Brown. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. home of her mister Mrs Gordon
Delbert Crews and Marvin Montgomery
Members of /the Junior Club presided over a short business H. C. Ritch, Mrs K. G. Duncan Wadsworth, Jr., in Waldo. .

..served as'.floor hostesses and a Assisting the hostesses' in serv- session and the 'hostess, assisted Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. J. W. l' in. The room where the guests
by Mrs. K. G. 'Duncan, served caid. Mrs. O. L. entertained attractively ,
Mrs. were
musical program was given ing were Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs.A. Beasley, was :
.throughout the.,afternoon by Mrs. E, McKinney. Mrs. Lucian lemon icebox cake with sand- Fred Guy Mrs. L. D. Vining .and decorated with 'summer flowers .

Mary Lee Hancock. Mrs. K. G. Hazen and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. wiches and drinks to her guests. Mrs. C. A. .Knight. and Miss Moseley presented Miss :

Duncan Miss Jeanette Priest and Johns with a gardenia corsage ala '

Miss Lou Edwards.- Farewell Party* Sunday' School 'Picnic Baptist CirclesCircles memento of the occasion. .-

A total of $81 was realized from 'Games of bunco'were played J ."..
the tea, which will be. sent to the For Billy Smith Mrs. W. Andrews i entertained No. '1, 2 and 3 and the and prizes were'awarded to' MrS "r "t:

1 State Federation for use In the her Sunday School class of the Kingsley Lake Circle of tlie Baptist -I Stella Johns and Mrs. J. C. ;Wynn! ,

purchase of .the Lung. Memb'ers.of the Youth Fellowship Baptist Church with'an over- Church will meet Tuesday Miss Johns opened her'many

Sunday School Class of the night party at her-summer homeon afternoon, '.Jl.one 4 at'3:30: o'clock.No. lovely gifts which were presentedto

Davis Methodist Church gathered in the Kingsley Lake Friday night. .'"1 will meet with Mrs. D. L. her in .a wheelbarrow by little

Nolan,'_ t Recreation Building Friday even- The boys enjoyed. weiner roast Silcox; No. 2 at the church. No. Kay Hart. "

''Mr. and 'Mrs. A. C. Davis of the Ing for' a farewell party for Billy !In the evening and the next mornIng 3 with :Mrs.* G. A. Anderson and Open-faced sandwiches and Coca GEOMETRY'LESSON. .

State Farm announce the marriage Smith who with his brother were served'country ham and the exact meeting place of the Colas were served from .a table "

'of their daughter, Luella, to Tommy, have gone to spend the eggs with toast and 'coffee for Kingsley' Lake Circle will be an-. centered with a'wooden pilr'''holding BEELINE+ ,:E" v of'"$ '
summer* months with relatives in breakfast by their hostess; Re- nounced at church Sunday.
Lyle A. Noland of Waynesvllle, ,colored toothpicks; Olives and "
N. -Friday.. May 24, in Folks- Indiana. porting a nice'time''on" this trip The ''Baptist Business Women's'. mints were placed about the table; the' '
Mlas :Madge Whigham Youth Tommie Circle is to have a covered dish to Beach/. .
ton Georgia. The bride'was were HardingJDonalvanfumble Miss Moseley was assisted .In serv'
Fellowship; Counselor Miss Gar supper Monday evening, June 3rd, ..,' :;"" 'It .
in blue dress Mrs. W. H. Mrs '
white, becoming nita Hutto, President, and :Mrs. ,..JamesNewsonv.t : Harold at Kingsley '.Lake and the exact ing by Hart ,,*."...':.. ..:'a bee-line
with accessories and. was Lennon Alvin Lewis and"RonaldAndrey Edith Moseley and Mrs. Charlie .
W,1 J..Churchwell assisted in serving place for this -
her parent, Follow meeting will also Wade. . the
?., ? .* { shortest distance: between<<: .two points
ing brief visits with Florida rela- the approximately 40 guests _. ..'.. 4: be'announced at church Present Misses, -
with refreshments of orange juice were Bobby ''4; t That's just simple geometry, and, applied ton
tives Mr., and Mrs. Noland left. and sandwiches: .with cookies., Beckham Cozette Sapp. Sarah; '; : road'map It shows ycti that'St. Augustine BeiIs
.on'an'eatendsd 'I .!;, Crews, Esther ,Crews "/ Violet '
Sunday wedding Games were played and severguests r .... ,- windo\t--
':a Star rp s ta; ,-, on the cool Allan
journey to"' plates of Interest in from; Townsend, Garnita Hut to, Frances
.Lawtay were present :
b 'e nl'uat: lntth"DOIeot
; cartastu
Colleyv'' .Jeannine. .Cookr, Barters .
with the ,: v / r
North Carolina and Tennessee. boys \J' .:"It's: only'ti- fevt-'-direct'mUes"tcf''famous St. Augu
'.... _.,; .\0..... I -, \ *-'"'. .aWoman't ; It" rtI ,' Ho.rne.aJIId) Ernestine Morris, Miss
I '. __ ..r)1,..:' Sarah Nlcksoi And MIsa Margaret tine Be Ch. ,, /*
xiliaryl\ f

\ 'r ;:..'>. Of St. Markes.' ; fJ! Mr ,.HWlut.". V' i "tern' .l.. ,'j' t J I What,,'aIgltlt ; $treeil8ccnerp.The,7rred: Fsy 0rCall .1tUlXP 'Row d oniWadworthiofuWaiau.MissesWinifred.Ul.ofi."Gainesville, .HI:!.(.; Gor- tt).JIU&|Z rhlfV,'ar, thoun\w4f're"atv tiejBeackf* going JT*' to?..have a reco

Tt Meet VThe ; j r:, 'What htrp .. 1 ...n.. $ \ !' wllj, celebrate ,th.efr, ; 58th: c4D4? Louise :Qfosby. of season ::. t

jylonday Whgtryr;ttPiflRe!} 5 ring... of wedding anniversary} ; ,Monday, Jacksonville and. Mrs.. J. C,Wynn .. But-we.8till wan" | topep the same Starke and I
WomanV Aiixiffary{ of the c .cour. aoth.. +'. 411. ng hexeroisef"l'the -' June, -3, ....'Mudding, orator DoyleSnner'spoRel Mrs W",H., Hart Mrs, ,Charlie ''laid Florida' 'foWs1 who'have"in'ade the beach
,St., Mark' Episcopal?,Church will ''tulldlng ThursJ: Wreidne: std'aymoos o" Wad*., Mflll Stella, Job,",''"; Mrs. ce) eijla yi jnftarjfpjnmwnlty In years past
t1SO : :
,Mold.JU;regular monthly the, Service Center.on Monday; day nlg ht.Q.laat;; week. .... )3 fa d- describing accomplishments,: of, the ton. Mrs..Clarice,Thomas., and Ore. That's why a great part :ofr our, facilitiesMs1Nr' \
.. "1 "j '
.... # '
lJ, rr Bradford .Coynty.-H Club Edith Cameron,' '. : :'note being f put"aeid4 "lli as't dfa
June 3, at 4 p. m All membersare 1 ErrdCvoWlteailyatrlFc! .out :en \ : .!'\ .. : ?: ipation.
En\es\ ;Tat "' ''''' -
.' urged to attend and a cordial DUUl8e\"and,'seldonV- have 1, seen PMHIpi; working Lov. !.i. .met t : t.: ,
etts '
since t4 .f
welcome who Is extended not to as all churchwomen suctre""!aggrtfta'n!, of .dotingmama's ,' .:j Jean"t JIB avls recent; un.'' discharge ol11ng at.Blandlngthe Miss HayesIhjonoree 4,k!. ..?j ,. .l'yW ,want!: u.t.to. ; 't ervfl'pnuriloomjot{

in,are the, women's yet organ par-- ; fond ,papaa; end admiring last of the Mohicans At Buffet.Supperuj -."' '" ... -.er.cabin.again''thld.year.phone; wire or wr
tclgattng ,
ization'oT'the "Priesthood of. them aunts; 'anLuncles'., ,, .,4. ,But Itruly' eh what.,,. /;.:Sanford Ritch Friday ,,5' immediately. to5:'' *. :- "* l

Laity.' .* they-"had1: ,.[>omethinK'ti! be proudof and family ,wm. ,occupy the peeks' Nigfttli'; > '1 '," i

'Expert Bicycle.. ( jj (The mber1 of'the; women's for.',.that'stagef' full'of cappedand cottage BUmmer on Kingsley'' most ot the A delightful buffet-supper and THE BEACH HOTELS
'organization; gownecJ; : brains .. .J. A. Martinez tak- '
,* are playing an Important auty miscellaneous shower was given 'ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Repair awe-1n PI.HJt't""iVii i Me thinks ing off to West Palm Beach next
part in the church work was at-the home of.Mrs.. A. Knight -
: "during: the absence ;of a permanent the graduating1'orators'? unusually Monday where he'll study' refrigeration Tuesday evening for Hiss )petty Phone, 302
Whether lt'. ,a'.major opera, and air. conditioning .. ... )
astor.Jr { well,\alld..honorable men Hayes, popular-bride elect 'of .Fri:. ,
tlon or the mere tightening 'ofa .Ask'About
my idea of a.perfect'.summer"occupation : ..
tion .should ,certainly go to Lyle'Anderson ,
bolt you can be sure your 'who didn't forget a day.The Special New Beach :Cabanas and the:
bicycle will receive prompt and Club To Meet rooms used were beautlfully ,
r careful attention .fcere. : .u.The line In spite'of the Tact that he '-. decorated with spring and : Party House Just Opened'This' Spring

'Junior Woman's Club will was 'on the'Verge" bf'graduating.getting Merton and Margie (Patel) Gal- early summer f lowers..Mlsa Hayes .., ,
married,* 'going on hishoneymoonnd'jotning loway have puUed,up.!st8Jcea and Moderate Prewar Rates
BIGGS &,BAKER: hold I its regular. monthly meeting received many lovely gifts which.
[ the are now dwelling In St. Augustine
; Navy : -
in the club building Wednesday
were opened and admired. Week-End Parties Specialty
BICYCLE STORE evening"June'8, at 8 o'clock. all In th ."aa Wweekendt[ where Merton Is currently Mrs. Knight was assisted. inserving' a

Hostesses will Mines Bobble Some. stanajna, I'll say operating a fleet of scooter boatson
213 fi. CU'St. Starko the beach Louise Snyderis the 13 intimate friends
t Freddie
: Cameron Jean Davisand. of Miss Mrs E_ L.
... Wimberley.t1 Glad to.kpow-ttiat so many of the new clerk typist and of- Hayes by : .
1 ( : the grads are planning to pursue fice manager for FSA, succeeding Biggs.

the paths or higher learning and Lou' Struth who resigned following -

i among those who will embark on her recent"Injury in an auto Annual UDC Picnic' .

college careers are Lila Rae Caldwell accident Incidentally, 'glimps-
To Be Held June 5
] "lule : Charlie Cowen, Charles Ed- ed Lou 'along' Call' Street tother .

I A t wards, GUI Garrett. Jerome Johns, day-on crutches, but nevertheless The W: T. Weeks ..Chapter..U.
S let "out" .. Can't but be
Marvin Montgomery e a ,$., help
D. C, will have Its annual picnicon 'w v
FOR ALL TIMEBUL'Ar"- ; Margurlte slightly envious of V. S. St. John
Sparks Anlce Green
June S, at the home of Mr. and *.3. A"
Charles Thorn and J. D. who're
Wainwright and .Odom attendingthe '
.Mm. Junius M. Smith. ,on Big
ton (!If he doesn't get into the service auto races'in Indianapolis this Santa- Fe Lake. The hostesseswill "

flrllt)'. Bobble Turner and week .. Glimpsed Willie Strick
be Mrs. Smith Mrs.; J. M:
D. L. Thomas' are 'planning to land visiting relatives In these
crash the Naval Air Corps parts Seems he's studying Brownlee, Mrs. Earl,1L. Johnson

In the meanwhile lots of our Industrious agriculture at Southern College and Mrs. Elizabeth Brownlee.

graduates have already I, these days Luncheon committee: Mrs. O.. L.
Beasley Mrs.- O. L. Haynes and
r Flu gone to work including "
,I Edmondson at Koch's, Esther Sorry to hear that an electric Mrs. J.'M. Brownlee.

4 Griff at the Star Store, Blanche saw backfired and ,bit deep into All those wishing to attend are

1000U'.. nil'l'i" Butler at Priest's, John Anderson Freddie Dodd's leg while he was requested to meet at 10:30: Wednesday -

!!!' 1itI* :/ : at Temple Lake, Bobble Turnerat working at Camp Immokalee I 'morning at the home of i)

';A" Drlggers', Steve St. John at the tother day. .. He'll be laid up, the president Miss Madge.Middle- .

Eastern Auto;,.p. .I...Thomas at for. several. day. Buy Scout ton S '4WSCSToMeet

',' <" his dad's saw mUle Hazel Fields Lewis flames left Monday morn,

.t "the health clinic; and Henry ing aboard his bike to pedal' alto < : ,

(Mac) Loper at Torods's Chevro way to Orlando, for a visit L 'hi5'r j

'let He plans to.take. a me- with his' grandmother '* ". vHe I Circles of the Woman. .'Mlsi -
1w 'course at GTille later on phoned later in the from
JY chanic's day i I :.skmary Society of the Methodist

i-. Hawthorne to report that he-was i I Church will meet Monday 'a>!ter .
r : / making pretty good progress ,, noon;; June 3. at.3:30: o'clock..; .m

Selma Rivers wltTgo to work I Dan and Van Priest James New Circle One M\os. A,,:W;- Anderson 'NI 'e
aictuoe '
a.o"tS Haas soon in 'Gmn Cove.and Myrtle some, and Harold Lennon are I chairman, will meet with Mrs. + 'HI5' .I the :magi

X PIDUAL TAX Thomas Is considering the same camping at Hampton Lake ". j'} Barbara BreazeaJXe,;'at,her L boat in fine toilet1.men.

*MfmWlt r but will vacation for a while Hear that Billy Miles' cabin rateda I on Kingsley Lake.; Circle) Two= g
Kitty Judd remaining at home straight A at the R.-A. outlni.: chairman f s .. will bring
ia'S' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins ,. will
15J5 T's fpr the 'present and has as her at Camp O'Lenq last week and 1 I from Da J
vza be entertained by Mrs. Hattie ppreciation .
r3 Mrs; Maude Mott and Charles Mooneyes cabin e ,
guest was judged 6 s
daughter.' Dote" a: recent graduate the cleanest In the camp ,' Hathcock and her,daughter., Mrs.i i -Fath i's D.,. Tbe'of re
in Palatka Janie H.,, Avery at Avery. Inn' on 1c
of Putnam High Many Telegraph readers will regret N. Walnut St. toiletries masa
Settle Hayes will become Mrs. to learn that Lura Burgess, use-
1 John Hall Deas today while Lu widely-read Clay Hill correspondent : Both circles are requested to ,. Lt!mannishly pad

tt84.45 Davis and, Ljto 'Noland are already won't be returning to Florida bring used clothing, .in good 'con-, distinguisheJ b, ib

honeymooning In North Car having become the bride ol t dltion. to.be sent to missions' In f '. No rth-

olinaLyle Anderson and Dot Don O. Mohr Ponca. Nebraska this state. clean, refreshing

Lappe were married Friday in mortician We'll miss her col Single unite

GEM JEWELRY: CO. Gawgla and Lyle departed Wednesday umn, and hope lobe gets back thli RAs Enjoy Picnic!! "> .fragrance. SUO Ml 1

for .that pressing engagement way some day! aj. least for a visit ;iJ' to $li0; sets,
with''the Navy v Virginia The members of the Royal Ambassadors .

Starke Florida Durshlmer. aqd. lured Selley will of the Baptist Church
be married' 'A //rWIt, and Alice So long ? See yod In th
Brantley yi l;!.proceed. to the altarIn next picnic at Strickland's Landing on
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of LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. and Mrs .W. H. Hart. Mrs.: Mias Ann :Wilt will leave by Luclan, Conner" secretary of the

Edith Moseleyna.; Bea.Moaeley plane from. Jacksonville next Starke 1 Chamber of Commerce,

and Mrs. Guy Sale were Chopping;] Tuesday to spend the summerwith was In Tampa, Sunday Monday

In Jacksonville Monday. her parents in Detroit Mich., and Tuesday where :lie attendeda
Nollman Kenneth W.
w H. I Witt of North Lima. Miss FARMER'S
Beatrice SUPPLY
pfd :Mrs summer Ohio, has arrived to Moseley left after staying with her grandpar short course of, instruction for
spend several
ondll.Y to spend Thursday night to spend three eats Dr. and Mrs Lemuel Colson secretaries of Chamber of Com-
N. C. week at the home
in Asheville of Mr. and weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John and attending BHS this
ETr place year. merce and Boards of Trade.
Mrs. Pate
Andrew Gassett. Mr. Witt McBride In CORNER 10TII & CHERRY STREETS
Wesley Valparaiso Indiana.
and Mrs to served: with the army at Camp Miss Hazel Fields will begin Charles H. Fields of Hampton,

n, Ronald, have moved for June, Blanding for two years and made HEAR Evangelist Elmer PiperIn work at 'the Bradford Health Va, has been the guest of his MIKE MARUCA Owner

summer lake home many friends in Starke while a stirring series! of mN..al'eil Clinic Saturday as clerk. She replaces parents Mr. and Mrs J. H. Fields

there. at the UNION REVIVAL Hampton Mrs. Robert E. Greene who and while, here attended .gradua-

RSrfota". will leavey Mcthodlttt, Church.June 9-23. will leave soon to join Mr. Greenein tion exercises of his sister, Miss Complete Line of Stock Remedies
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson Mrs. T. W.Mill of,Atlanta Ga. Hazel .
visit her Washington D. C. Fields. -
y to Grove r left last week to make their homein ,' ,_ r II. v
and Mrs. spent Wednesday night with Mr. '
SPECIAL Mr. and Mra.
Mr Houston MUSIC Muh eveningat Maxie Carter recently -
its ter In Tampa the past few, Texas weeks after with spending Mrs. and Mrs. L. D. Vlning. the UNION REVIVAL, Hampton returned from a weekend WE HAVE MANY\ 'NEW ITEMS: IN HARDWARE

ION REVIVAL MEETING, Stevenson's mother, Mrs. :Edith Frank Brown of Hampton spent Methodist Church June 923. trip to Havana Cuba. They attended SUCH AS:

,[ t Church June MOII.I ley. the weekend .with his aunt!: ,Mrs. }'-night S p. m. the Southern Baptist Convention -

tOil ugb June 23. Everybody ,i'!' airVHr D. W. Moore; and\ ,, his} 'parents, Mr.; 'M.... T.: 1\ Long entertained & 'in Miami while away: Lard Cans ''Fruit Jars '. Garbage Cans

*>' ,( Fatten, Cook 3-e", was and Mrs., T. F. Brown wen! her !few Mends with a "coffee" at tier .OUr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and Padlocks Hoes Rakes Kitchen Knives

John Adams son of J.if. } dl Chrg d,;;at ,the Jacksonville,, Sunday dinner guests. Mrs.. Brown home Wednesday morning in hon- children Carl Lamar and Sandra r .

tie H. H. Adams* returned:, NWl "S epafatlon.,Center Monday spent last 'week"with her' ulster, or of Mr. W. L. Joiner of Dublin. will leave Monday. for a vacation .and Hammers: ,

irs home here Monday -iO$lrt afternoon.atter,' nearly two years Mrs.' A. Lk Sulltvan'in Thereasa. Ga... who la .the guest this1 Week trip to q land\ other places of ., .
i SL Vincent's HoapltaJ" .In.onvllle. of service.. He /served in the Paciflc Come and be fitted In a beautiful of her son-in-law and daughter. interest '' '"

where he Underwent on an LST and wears the Splrella 'garment for spring Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs. W. B. Sewell left Wednesday NOW ON DISPLAY AT' OUR STORE

last week.,; Asiatic-Pacific the American The- and swomer\lrs.! .Frank Hoover, Miss Louise for a month's visit with her
Mary Durshimer is
*pendectomy EC1.\L: ouarant ed p e ..- atre and the Victory campaignbars. Corwetlere Starke. 4-12 8tp visiting for several weeks at Indian daughter. Gayle. in Cambridge Nice Sturdy Double I Lawn Swings

nl\\8.-e $:J at uUa's Beautybdd. He is the son of R. L. Bat- : Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining will I Rocks Beach. Mass. On her way up she will For The Kiddies

ten.' go to Dublin. Ga, Saturday to Guy i stop to visit friends In Washington -
J. Fred will leave
D C.
take Mrs. Vlnlng's mother, Mis
W LJ. Joiner, who has been visit attend the National Rotary Con- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Osborne left

ing her here. vention next Week In Atlantic Wednesday for New York City

City,, N..J., He will visit his where they will attend the marriage Ballard & Ballard
Austin Smith A, Vc, went to brother ,Lt.,; Commander John A: of Mr. Osborne's brother. ,

Miami Wednesday where he ex- Guy, In Princeton, N. J., and will ?tr. and Mrs. J, H. Dupre and
pects be discharged this week also visit friends in New York
will the
1ASGERED daughter. Nancy, spend
after spending the past week with
City before ,returning. weekend at Daytona Beach. FEEDS
his Mr. and Mrs.
Hogan *
Mrs. T, T, Long and sons, Tom All Churches cooperating In the
Smith He served nearly three \
and Dave, left Thursday to visit UNION) REVIVAL HamptonMrtlxullst
years In the Navy and most of
Mis. Long's mother, Mrs. W. T Church, June 9-23.
that time was spent in the Pacific

Jackson, in Baconton, Ga. They Mrs. R. S, Fernandez and Mrs.E. .
around New Guinea and The
will also visit Lt. Col. Long In'' E. Lansing went to Montreat

BECAUSE STORE Admiralty Islands. Ft. McClelland, Ala., before re N, C., Wednesday, May 15, for the

l' I IA Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. turning.I graduation of Mrs. Fernandez's
HAD CIGARETTES and Mrs Hogan Smith and family I Charles Klllingsworth of granddaughter, Miss Mary Alice Farm Home 8 Auto
were Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Panama Mrs. .
City Is visiting Kate Yarbrough. Miss Isabel Fernandez ..
THE DOOR GOINGOUT.SHATTEWHG R. C. Weaver and son, R. C., Jr. Klllingsworth here this week. and Miss Faye Yarbrough,

and daughter Coyllss, of Jackson- Friends will be Interested in the who are a teacher and student, Supply Inc.

1' THE EXPENSIVE ville and their guest, Mrs. Crews, recent promotion of Cpl. RobertN. respectively, at the University of ,

i- PLATE GLASS. I IA" of Miami. Crawford.,son of Mr. and Mr.. I Wisconsin, !" jqlned:I them there. 14-1. WEST CALL STREET
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells of R. N. Crawford of Lawtey, to the

Jacksonville spent the weekend rating of Technical Sergeant He W. C. :T.: ,U. To MeetThe
with Mr.*and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Is. a mess sergeant attached to the : Fishing Tackle t

family. Field Training Headquarters. regular monthly meetingof .. tt
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse I o'
: spent Quartermaster Demonstration IIat- the Laura H. Scott WCTU will
FACTORY WORKER Saturday night with their daughter talon at A.". P. Hill Military be held f'rldny afternoon at 3 Automotive Supplies :

FRACTURED A TOE Miss! Sylvia Morse in Deland Reservation near Frederlcksbuig. o'clock at the Fundamental Gospel I. I .,1

WHEH HE DROmD while returning from a trip to Va. tLewis Tabernacle, Instead ,Qf at the Electric
Lakeland. They attended Home- Haines left Monday tii Appliances
home of ,Mrs. J. T. Quigley as
A HEAVY"SAFETY" \ coming Day at the Church In visit his grandmother In Orlando previously announced. '" I II. .. ,,,

.1\V ',ccATHIEF Baiberville Sunday to which Mrs Mr. and Mr,. O. L. Baasley and Baseball ,Gloves
SHOE. ; Morse formerly fielonged Mrs. Mrs. J. W Kincaid spent from

Morse and son Richard, will go Sunday through Thursday with

after Sylvia Sunday as her term their parents/Mr and Mrs. A. C.

of college Is over. Durden in Tampa INSURE
SPECIAL: Guaranteed p e r- Rev and Mrs. W J. Churchwelland

DEPARTED manent wave $5 at ....11&'" Beauty. Miss Ondlna Churchwell attended -

WITH *3 00, Salon. .the Temperance Meeting BANNING

tIE fOUMDIKTHCICE 1 Sgt.. Merle L. Packham son of held at the First Baptist Church

TRAY. Mr. and 'Mrs.- W. W. Paekham of In Jacksonville" Tuesday. Others SUCCESS: TIRES.TUBES

I.. ''i Theressa has been discharged attending;we Rev.. and'Mrs..,L.
from, service after sometime at D. Haines J and Mia. Halves'

OllveV General! Hospital I in Au- mother, Mrs. Stallworth} of At-

f 'gUkta'Ga.t.and; : owW1 .Mrs. Pack- lanta..C3a....who Is visiting: ih.tn.,., '. '
y H.C.WaII1: } +; ham the tonner"MlestM&rjo4ote+ Officials! 'bf-the Youth"Fellottn

::; ,, Agency .Hall.'Will. make .t1i.." me JierMl *. 'shipClass"'of \he '"Methodist
..- B 'Betty Ante IMjr n-U'spend' 't ) fry
Church'hi) IYil tlhrtibiirger} : and '
Q rt! lce+" Tr BOXears tJftD ing this week'With ''he'autit. Mrs.Lila buslneas'"ineetjfift at the home of e.. and 'BA'T'1: E RIE S

ero .. : in Jacksonville.: 'u .
., ..' Maegar Rev; ,and Mrs, W. r. ChurchwtlU ,t ; 'J ,
Please' Phone'146CLASSIFIED" Misses -Faye and Mar? Alice Monday evening? Plan were made ;- 'I' -r', \

Varbrough arrived Frtxfay' nigh for the delegates to go to Assembly \ For' Truck- TI'actorsr '
0'- irv North J
from Montreat College at Southern College In Lakeland a < J 'i .

Carolina to spend the summer in August!:. Delegates select USEr "'. nl, .,land \.

with their grandmother,. Mrs.. R. ed were Annette Gunter, Sharon Paaaenger Carr
] .,Fernandez.. ,, Hall, Hilda Johnson) Billy Smith, .. '
Mr. and Mrs.,T.: <3. Carter, of Steve Weldon and Janet Andersoi}, "

Island have been guests' and Leonard Smith, ti I
Merrltt's L. F. Smith i
t OCR FARM. CITY AND LOST ,_ Red home between New' Mrs. Mrs., Smithto .Aerosol. 1 ,u
850, of Carter's mother Jr. took BllIy,and Tommy
River and Krouker wt.| ;
!;Sa PROPERTY fll.... I. Powell. Indiana the week
branded 8, white Hunt In Laura Winona, over
-1-1.; .1 1 ,MotifyvU 0, Haien, IHark'..; rill .,. ] end'to spend the summer months D. D. T. BOMBS i f
with relatives' there. Mr. Smith JARSCAPS ,

.u.G..tHt WANTED-Any employment am'typist Bride's Silver and Leonard' will return this '
STROUT SELLS, T 4 ; have own car; wll|. .accept weekend. LIDS
nt at .IJlitz
day labor. Am 8tudf Insect ()
try dveHIm .f._...- University of Florida; will work Selected Pattern SPECIAL Guarantied permanent a RUBBERS .
Hu rad wr June. 23rd
time until
ssin wine $5 at Leila's Bea..tySalon.
.f .
HornFarm> t tn. on -
thereafter follow
And Inlt"llonaln&I.
B.7.T. frra .0..err, ... Ste Bradford .
Jam K rnu, % .
Co .
.pe_ Il.tlaB. Telegraph Itp Wedding Presentsand .. Ball Blue B_.. To set jftwr copy
County and Mrs. W. J. Churchwelland
snoUT REALTYAGENCT Rev. .end 10*t.iih your'MOM and addre**.._ Guy Andrews, Pres. & Mgr. |
2-room furnished Shower Gifts Mr. and Mrs.; L. A. Davis ,I,
Represented FOR RENT-Two
Locally By apartments. good location; rea will attend the Conference of the BAU BtOTHIH COMPANY Minute,1ml.
r. a ROIXINGSWORTH onabTe.. Automatic water heater, Methodist Church in Daytona
116 So.. all utilities furnlahed Inquire at -
Walnut St. ift
tf Beach next TIIe day.
Coca-Cola plant Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
I Mrs. J. W 'Mclntosh of Tampa '" '"
.JESSES! of -.ii kind r no- WANTED-t.l..t1ns:9 on T.ake prop- Sot W. Madison St. Is spending a few days with her 3-PIECE
; several
furniture Have
uphol.t.red.and erty In this vicinity.
tI.loh.d Drop an a card. protective buyers N. D. Starke Fla. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Bedroom Suits
IiSKaiL. MATTRESS CO.. Etox: Walnwrlarht. Jr., 131 E. Call St. Mrs. Clyde Priest
l.tlcm.. Fla. U Phone 1S4 S-2 it 69.50Dresner
JACIIESANTS.. WANTED-Couie to operate tourist
You "". our A ro.ol Blitz camp; attractive proposition Carl; Bed Chest
mb. This I. not the kero.ene must furnish references k
PI, Lasts for weeks:Auto Inhnx, "Htarko" Flu 5-24 it
nntaln. -
ifAN FOR -Kitchen table and 4 New
.. airs like new; also furniture
COTTON R A 0 3 wanted.. Bertha
H. M. Shirley Mrs.
snot t crates ti
use .
&ore pant or ver.lh' Ke.M Pearce'a. subdivision on South St. Baby Beds
r.M.on" 7o per >*>.-Brad- 0-24 ZIp
Telegraph; ': tf

HUE-Naill'' In bulk two .1t- FOR SALE : 25.80 L111 I
Pwi. ,,floor lamp, marine ply- 60 acre farm, 30 acres In cultivation With Springs
.ypre. picnic ben..haod and
balance timber I
c mbln.d. From nur- "
,P( with out r. GIVE DADA re-War Type 11
II" .P-rty Bale, Camp Blan- pasture two houet h i
L? J Maurice Edward. tf buildings. Within three mile

HII rloOR RENT OR SHARE of Starke (OIl Graded road just
HOP-Uond It. <'rop- rowln.. Can quirk sale PAIR OF New Shipment
r, "....Mon Good off hidhway. For .
eel, u. R. Judd"Starke. will include 114 -- f s
: Fla. tf at $3000 I
fine strawberry nmnen, Just Arrived

" ItEST-Furnl..hed With Private Kntrance apartment Cor-. ,acres 12 acres good corn and other r LI
+la Grand and 'W..hlnet mule wagon and farm
R O. Iloodce. -.:. 11-17 Itp crop I : FREEMAN
ing Impleoaent&N.

,'I'CK8MITH. on AHOP. now ready for D. WAl IUGIIT. JR. -, 59.50 to' 99.50
Wal'on truck
Illdlo... 'T band Broker d. -
....' "tr t;dl. Registered _
'.' hoIng'Oat year plows '131 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
..xh,"II. Located on Pr.tt 8t S Ii Enamelled Tables 12.95
w5 Porcelain
aide .t w count :Jalt- house and lot ,
Denmark ra-34 Up FOR SALE--8mall SHOESFOR
"' 'Nlte
If HOCAE at l".away price. William .,. .
: FOR out Ttmple Ave.McP
; Owl
RENTEqual tou"
m". lights .ak. II-n "III Cabinet Bases . 29.50
? and water Int"hed ,.. .. ,-
" Llly 'urnleoed cabinet b\aL r >*
i miles for cash N.
it Of Htark Mr, Dale, > FOR SALE-CII.ap condition. Can, b. 3 DrawftaTand: : Large ftrocery Storage Space
perfect -
t<. on R*I ford. KlaMUp radio Ser," .
.' ....en.t"! t a l' k. Tire ., I' t'
Phone 11. t .

hk thdat, 011..-acre_room ground.OUH.,IOO'fUT-ft., UTWT-At Florida Bank Diamond blue varl-p..... We Have Manyof the- SCARCE ITEMS

, .:1'011.1. 31 fru t t.*.., lncgtedcpj'tapII ,Bated Parker Blue Mrs W. ::2 .
._ Bltt. Reward- : FATHER'S DAY
36.Itp Such Aa
:: Montgomery. Kay H. Morse, .I.hta
Fla. Itp for
good a* ,
Hollywood Fla. sale, deluxe blue leather.Slit Smith. We Buy and Sell
new, $>5-Sfrs. Foster I!
Park Piper. Sturke. hood FLOORUsed

Hotel Sheldon' LARGE sites FRONT. on,,Oliver IXJTS-Lake.Ideal. Sl buildInir W. ,4t 8glbley. -. L'1j6.95' to 8.75BOBBINS' Furniture j LAMPS .

A' Fla.
TILE; BEACH Theressa. ._-- .- .-- ,. ..- --- -. ..
IF TOU W A.'IT00118 Ralfonl.fe.V .r"tr"la! ,


'1"1nI Inr DINING- oattnc'ROOM ti Yeasts FOR beaters on.SALE.Florence puritan with 30 heater gab with tank"hot water a and 10 John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

X01 a: Deep" Sea FlahlacIal gaL Lafayette tank."....gt...All T. In W.splendid Oliver. condition. lip Formerly Sternberg' PHONE 151 ,STARKE, FLA.

Summer Rates: bed. .. \
Co flALF'-BabF ion W..1.
Carr FOR
Colley. Mp. I'truth. E.... of town Jlp
Madison St.



Ii J

-- -- -

-... ........ Owner C.mtm 1148.
Dreerl/tka .. T. R. A..._ Owen =:: D..erfNt.a .. T. Ar6
Clerk 4. I
I. SiI4: of NW\4\ W of fly U I 12 IS John A. Andr.w. 2.17 Lot 6. 7, of Blk 34, J.Mtart T. Frank tandrumu8 '

. Notice I I. hereby given that the following described land will be All E N5 of Ry of 8I34 of 8W3425 B 27 13 iota Llltte 1.2. .bn' AdditIon< t02 r I I U Bp.ro. Cbrf.t. 2.3S Attyaor r 5.h

old at public auction on the 1st day of June, U48 at Stark. the County of _
of Bradford, State of Florid, to pay the amount due for taxes hereunto SMrof SES4, SWV.&B of 8W14Ex CITY PARK StB-JHV. W. A C.'* ADDITION TO STARKB: s 23 IN CIRCtJlT ( GIRT
I set eppoalt to the .came together with all cot of such pale and aavertUlng. UII It of SW'4 Stuc COUNTY, KLO"* .
a A to Mr. I
, IS & n U Iota Little 2.1& Lots I, 9. 5, 6, 7, 8. of CKHY. IbAI J .I

, N13V.yot of as 6 22 10 R. L. Brown 3.11 Blk 1 A. A. Annie '.'S Ruth .
NW'4 SE\4\
Am.. Tatra AC' ..Jennlnar.'U
Lot 7, 8. of Blk SLot Thomas ..99Mr l
i Owner (;_t. NW4\ of NW4" of HE\4\ AWV. Cae OterryPDe
0.0. S. T. R. ArrK of 9 of Blk 2 *. Gladys J. Nunnery 1.31 No. 4787 '
of NW\4
l34 \ ,
I of Lot 2 of Blk 3 A Lot OMUEK o'p
f All SEVi" of NWVi"" 8 A E) of AF.4. A E54 SW"" Green '..80NW4 8 of Blk 6 AND NOTICE 'l'tBLICA
33SEH It IS Unknown 1.71 'of NwrH of HE' 28 I II 20 Presley A Thar.n a Mr. Cornelia Miller 3.04 STATE
, Lot 12 of Blk 3
of River Grove of NEj: 0' 81i1% Orange Line Inc. 43.47 OK FWRIDAPuerry
I NEVi" & EH of 120 American Tuna 1NWy. ." Lot 7 of Blk IBH nlng. e. !
of .
38 / It Inc 25.44 nf 8E14 28 I II a T. W. Felton Laura Bro.k) 2,17 and "whoa
sJJ:% 6 94 of REV.E ... of Lot 4. S of Blk 8 31. addre Ire '
14 7 11 40 Empire Lumber Co \ of SWJ/ AI Roth .' 602 a.
Com of Florence Cw,
at NE Cor
I NBVi Clf NWVi .99 of SW% South (-,,
80 40 A. P. John
I' WI9Solts Of28 of A W 100 You ollnL
NKV4 of BWH \ 5 II 13 Unknown 1.7aW. NEH run are reuul *
NWV ef NBH & NEVi of 1 20 80 MAll C. Xlauleron 15.42 .,. o\) NE1orNWr4 27 6 23 20 F. B. W.nwrlght'r 1.71 ft 8 16/ ft for a pt of June Court 17. 1946 in to.all.
NW% beg thence run W 100 and callN'I

8H of NH of NEVi W 12 10 25 Fonnla Crew 6.61 S N 4' of SW\4 %of NW 4\y.A21 1 II 30 Wm. W. D.lcher ..84 ft$100ttE100ftN: reeks divorce In' :!wherein
maiden redo
of branch 100 ft to pt of beg 29: 6 2J name,
8 of W.54 of 8W% of Mra. J. F. FalkenberyR. 3.03
N of NBHNWH A Ey of 20 Ito Empire Lumber Co. 21 28 NW n 6 II 15 S. J. Futch 1.71 Lot 25 28 27 28. 37 38, 'r.le.raph shall Db'dforQ
3.39: 89. 4d, of 01k 3. K. N. In next four \ I
10 20 L. K. Oreeo % NEVI\ of NE54 of weekly
of BWH WNF Addltlon 5n.
of NEH" aT I II I M. T. Hamilton 1.2' Dowllnga t o v e Witness my hand '

Jo'rM'! Elk 1 Town of New 31-24 10 Erneat Mabry a 1.46 SE' ot BE" et 8W A Stark 29 6 23Blk L. C; Thomas 2.43 at 1816 Starke.CIRCt'lT. Flurlda.nd, tbllOFFICJAL 01
6, Oakln Addition
I-I V of SW14 of fiE A
2 I, 6, 1. '. 10. II, Town of III I 23 (
Lot W% of 8E'4 of 8E A to Btark : Con. SEAL
W. F. 1.83 )
8 and Lot 2, A. 0\
12, of Wk of SE% of 1 Lot 50 by 174H ft aa Clerk of said J
4, of Elk 11. A Lot 1. :futl aEy.27 I 21 17 Agnes Levi 20.74,, described In Deed Book T. Frank Land Court
I 3. 6. of Blk SO A Lot 50 pace 165 29 6 23 Atty for Plf rURl. \
Lot 6 Lots 17. U A W of Lot Elda Ross McDonnell 3." 8tar5..
oE 32 and
I 1 Blk 51&E% of 0 t HWoodlawn Com 300 ft N. from SW .
nf Blk 13. Town of New ...11II 1.1t Cor of -
I 23-24 ,1,20 Allen Porter, Kit. at 5 u 30 E. J. Crawford NWH rot BEVi" A IN

River 21 20 80 neylcan.Tung ClrovaInc. LetaA; It, Woodlawn 11 5 22 20 Oeo. MoseleyAll .71 runEl50tt$90ttE COUNTY: 'OlkT
II I WH' of BWVi 18.47E5 8Ey of NWy of 210 ft N 250 ft W 460ft FLoilIDAl1

.1 29 20 80 Tuna Grove W of road SE\4U II 22 9 W. T. Crawford a.02 S 160 ft to pt of beg Front CEIIY
I' of SEVi American 14.47 l..at I In Pc..t.vlUe II 5 21 17 lola Little 2..07N4 EEat rand 31. 23 Anna Parga Eat 7.68 Odell. H fall /

11 30 I 20 20 American Tune Grove elf NW'4 of NW""". 1 A . SVi of Lot Ino, ..11 5.4 NWy of NWVi of SEVi\ 12. 23
1 Phillip A Joe Johnson 3.62
tN\ : OfU 11 1.31 Com "
of fly II U .t NiS Cor of NWH" NOTICE
All Loin!Beo.! 4 81 6. 6 Ex A NH Ex SViif \ 840Amerlcan Tune Groves, 8""". Of"W nf NW'4 II 6 al 10 JasIola JoanLlltte l.alWol" of SEVi A run S: Bio ft STATE AND OF TglJCA

Lot. 7. >,f 31 I 20 Ino. 145.07Com / of '" of W490.7ftS210ftfor Ad.n FLORIDA
( of NW'Q NW\481 II 22 III C. I. A M Dln.felder t.B4 apt of beg thence runS LaU. whose reddens
WH of INN A of NE & of Ay of NWr of 8Wr3 8 23 ZO John Mal'y.rl ..99BW4 105 ft W 207 ''ft N You Is: Crews.
WK'4 are ....qu.lr.i'lnll
\ of flW'4 a II 22 U T. L. feLoacb 1.10 5b ft E 205 It to pt : .
.NWli. A of BWyayP. R54 of NE'4 of /SF.16 23 20 Cyrus E. Beam ..9'Ell. of r 32 8 22 Rosa Bell William 2.79 lcun. 10. 19'6, In the .h..,
N E % and
Loss 8 7, of Blk B Lincoln cause,
U 20 SSO American Tung OroT. A of R'4 of NE of lift where
W\4\ Jno. 77.39 & 85y of NW' of City 32 6 23 seeks divorce.
Wm. McLeod Eat. 10.71
8E'ti of NE\4 U 4 20 40 BII.a Wilson E.!. 7.11 E/"" I I 22 26 Elisabeth Roblneon E.t. 8.11. Lot 6 of Blk 6, Lincoln County fists Order Telegraph" chat

N54 ot NWy. 5 7 20 80 ACerlcan TunS Groves Com lit SW "or of E% City 33 6 23 Wm. McLeod. Est. 2.19 issues. in neat Iou
1138I4toot nf SW""" nf NWrA run One Lot 380 ft B A W by

8 W54 of N 400 rt for A pt of bes 105 ft NASin NW Cor ..e.rl Stark hand an
ltot4lk 7 7 20 60 O.lneShaw; 9.33 thence run }oJ n4 ft N of NWV 33 6 22 1 H. Knowlea 1.69 7. 1948. Florid..
A'ln 181 Cot of SW\4 :a Am..lcan Tung 011 100 W 603 ft S Com at NW Cor nf Sec 33 .
I 8W 6 7 at 35.04 ft t..ft f bes 10021) I 22: 2 E. 111. Cannon: 4.24 & run E 380 ft for a pt (OFFICIAL SEAL)
of % Am.rlarn A
Clerk 1CnunlChas
10 Tang 011 T1SWy. % of lw': of NR'4 H 8 23 10 Unknown 8.32 of beg thence run A 105 of ,ald ,

of SWyW of SWV t 7 20 Mm.. Jnc. 4.18 W", of aw'j of NEI&. 11 8 23 A. O. Rogers 3.81 ft E 145 ft N 105 ft W R. Been, 204-05 RJ
'V14 of NWV4 of RI':14: 11 8 27E55471 10 J. 1\r. Lancaster 2." 145 ft tn pt of beg 33 6 22 Mra. Llzxle Clark 2.19 Florida.
Atty. for
WARD CITY 8 7 :20 of W54 of NW\4\ of Com at NW 'or of NWVi/ Plf. ,I.,,
% 11 .. 22 10 L. U. Drew 3.04 & run E 380 ft 8 105 -

Tots I, 2, 10, 11, of Dlk 1 O. 11. Parker 3.18 WV' of NE" of NJI4: 12 8 23 10 Charley Brantley 2." ft W 380 ft N 105 ft IN CIHCIIT ('01111',
H. N.'Ifa.en I.U W'1 of E54 of SW14 of to pt. of beg a3. 22 COI'reTY B
Lots fI, I JO, 11 of Bill T H. A. Knowle 1.89 FI.Or11UII
10 01 Hlk 11 1.nuamanda Plnholster 1.41 12 I 22AW lit //i1clplo West. 3.04 3 A In 8W Cor of SWVi I
Lot 2 of Blk 11 Mrs. T. P. Wara Jo1at. 1.41 of AR'4: U 8 23 40 H. A. PraM'ott, J4 14.'lt of NWVi W of Ry 33 6 22 3 Lougenla. Smith 1.03 Vivian Dunn Hadcllff
Lots II, 4. 7, 8. of Dlle 29 I. O. Thomas &..80Plk RW'L! of 8W% 11. 23 40 John Johnson 1.a3 Com at NE Cor of NEVi"" John P. Httdc"r'e', **,, t],
13 U. 3{. Parker 17.10 AU NE 4 pat Eya E of of NEVi"" A run 8 882 ft No. 4742. ''*

Com 19 rd. W of SRI Cor road 13 A corn at NW fur avJ'tar; beg thencerun ORJ>ER OF Pl'BLIfj
of BE114 of SW% I/o run Cor 0' I'IR'4' of NR'4 A ft S 210 ft ANn 'NOTICE TO
N 140 t W 100 ft 8 240. run FJ 970 It A 22G ft E 399 ft N 210 ft to STATE) OF FLORIDA AP
UO ft pt of b..C I 7 20 D. J. O. Green Jr. 4.71ComF W 924 ft N 220 ft toh.g '. pt of beg 34 6 23 2.1. E. Cloer 2.38 P. Radcliffe whose .
t BW too of RW',. 18 I 22 9 CI. Clark /..13y1 1 N 421 ft of SWVi of 8WV4\ .ddre.1I Is:'' Box 71 nn
of BE54 k run E 187 2.3ft : NF'4: Fs 48 A I InN Ex portion N of Ry 34 6 23 "J.o Hardenbrook 1.29 Caroll'1a. '
N 240 ft W 807 Ia'ft 1 'or k Ex 8.4 A SWVi of NW'i! of SEVi' 34 6SKCl'HITY 22 10 C. H. Lambert .99 You rare required.
15 140 ft to pt of bes' 7'' 20 a C. A. Crosby 2.U In NW 1"01' J8 8 23 2S F. ).\f. Packham 12.63 June 10. 1948, In the ail i!,

SE\4 of NE\4\ A NErk of Com. at NE Cor of R1314 IIOUEHITK4 IN NW% OF J W% 33 e 22Security Court and cause, wherein
J. Phifer 13." '
SIC\4 E. ny. 7 IG 74 A. nf NE'4 A run R 711. ft s eek divorce and
NW% 01 ny 1 1 20YO U J. A. Phlf..r 8.99 W 481 ft NE 748 It E Blk I Ex Lot 8 maiden reran'
of AW5W34Ex f 7 40 H. H. Molt 5.41 29' 't tn beg J8. 21 I Paul Bonnett 2.21 Lot 8 of Blk 1 Unknown.Homenlte 2.74 Telegraph narne.lralford shall / !

SNEy4, of NW k Wt4 of NF.4 of SF of NW'4 18 8 23 10 P.' T. Tyson I.U Blk 2-2* Lot Homenlte 9.06 'n next four publish, '
Security 4.75 weekly
IG lOA J. A. Phifer U.8t 40 Mra. Elle Blount 14.78 Rlk 8-18 Lot lUf.
NW% E. ny 10' NFyof NW'4 18 8 U WltnexH
Security Homealte 4.76 my hand..
of Nml(, of 8Ey. 14 1 20 20 n. V Hooch a.BI SWilL of flWl\,\ & Rlk 4 Kx Lot I seal' .t Starke in
NESyiof Security Homealte 2.74 Florida
NW54 of 8\\4 15 7 10 40 J. A. Phlf.r 7.31 In SE'4 of AW"% Lot 8 of Blk 4 Belmont 8, 1948.

All NWy.\ of NW\4\ N of RE% A all NW_ of 2H A on 8 aide of NWVi Properties 7.60 OFFICIAL SEAL)
OfU 10 20 I., Z. Williams I.U of NEW S of Rd A
7 REV of SJoJ'4 W of & NH A* Clerk of said
AIR 2 NE\4\ of \ roa<1 J8 8 23 II Mri. L. R. Edwards 2.11 of SWM of NEVi 35 8 22 By Lucille Court
23 C. O. C .
rri'J NE\411 3 L. Z. WII11ams 1.72 AW Tolbott 1.48 Con
% of
10 NWH
? A54 of SE% of Slay\ of 35 8 23 T. Frank Landrum.
N 7.4 01 SE% of SWl1 & NW14 n 8 23 I Nancy Davie Est 8." Com at NB Cor of SWVi"" 40 Bertha !McWaln Eat. 9.06 Atty. for Plf, Stark

N BWY, N E 2-3 of NW% of of NWVi\ A run S 650 [I.
A t41f A of so I4 Ef8R N13r4 18 8 23 11 Wm. Tyson Jr ..9n 1 ft for apt of beg I -

:% .k S A of NE\: : 14 A of S% of 8W% thence run W 58 ft to 1ST: CIRCflT Cots?. Bit

of SE% & 1 A In MI1 of SWyi 18 8 23 It S. W. Welsh 3.37 road thence S 105 ft E COUNTY. FLOIIID*, I
Cor of NW\4\ of 8E% J W 8 A of 854 of BWyof 574 ft N 105 ft to pt .

E Clf Rd. 11 : ''1' 10 7t .A. t. Crosby '.31 rr 100 I/ 0 23 8 Z. R. Sawyer 2.0' The beg 3 22 IE. C. Bush Lucille George, plantlff i'
W of NE'4 of NE% & A .t feet wide Across 8 169 ft of that por 2.91 George, Defendant Caw,
RI!:% of NE% U 7 20 80 A. L. Crosby 17.11 fI end of W"% of tion of SW% of NWVi ORDER OF PUBLIC!

NIIJI4 01 SE\4 Ih 1'1' I A I' 7 10 34. J. A. Phifer '.31 NEV of NE.1 E of I'd 10 6 23 1 Llnd..y Griffis 1.91. B of road 3 t 22 t John McHlnea AND NOTICE TO All
W 410. 1.8 ft ot W0 of Com 110 ft N from 81':1: WH of SKW of SE<4 A 1.59 STATE OF FLORIDA t

NE\4 A Ji1 125 ttof ('or of flW"%"" of SW'4 HE% of HEVi" of SEVi\ 4 7 22 : George whose realdenc
k15i of NW\4\ 1'1 7 20 44 C. A. / .7rung &..11NW A run W 315 ft NIl. N 1.9 A of that portion 30 Dr E. M. Webater 6.91 known.

% oNWI4 Ex 1 A NIT 31 Am..rlcan on ft m 315 ft SIlO tt of EH of SWVi of NEVi ill You are required to
of nr 7 10 101111. Ine. 17.80 to 1Jt of be. It II 23 Jo. .rohnlon 1.97 E of road 7 7 32 June 10, 1946, In the .b.
N54 of Lot 1 ins 10 A 18 American Tung 011 NWr4 of flE% of 8Wr4 11 I U 10 O. H. Weller 23.39 NH, of'''' 2 A of that por 2 H. A. Preacott. Jr 1.61 Court and cause wherein.

VI of ny NEIL 7 10 Mills. Ina 7.11 1 A In NI!: Cor ofWof ; l4 tion of EH of SWVi: of seeks divorce and rest,,

80 ohna W of II'lk a S of R 8 W at 0 23 1 Lawrence Covlnl'ton 1.07 NEVi E of road 7 7 23 maiden name. BradM
Cor of Bee 26 A run HI" 1 A In NE Car of the 11 Com on B .aide of State 1 Lacy Ritch. 1.48 Telegraph shall publish i t

80 chna W 10 vitae N A tract of land formerly Road 13 where It Inter In next' four weekly l 1m,
j 10 ctina El 10 chni to owned by P. C. Onod- net N line of BWH"" of Witness my hand an
be* Ex B S A of N 20rhna wine In NV et NE\o etW14 NEVi A run N along E seal at St" ke, Florida, Hi

also Com- 80 chna', ..i' .4' :. 'f $ 1yIng N of AdaMacks ..1.. .. ,, side of road 786 ft for ., ....
W of NB Cor of Heo : f 'Ili. tot It 0 II 1 Wm. Hall 10.1 a lit of beg thence run F. < "# r-- w (OFFICIAL BEAU) A. J JAaClerk

21 r-in 8 840 ft for Com at NE Car of 81314 ;. 150 ft N ISO ft W 150 ft of said Court,

a pt "s bea thence run .f tiE" of 8W'4 & run to road thence a 160 ft By' Lu. lie C. Conner D i
HIII ft W 1384 ft N.w R 150 tt t.r a pt of "If tn pt of beg 7 7 23 H. O. Brown Starka, Florl
fJ:1IJI..: .' to b.sr thence/ rent W 14. ,ft A SEVi of NBH of NEVJ 10 7 23 IT. A. Prescott, Jr. 10.08/ Atty.;; for Plf. S.f
.." .. T 2* 141 .r.\Ki\; Doagla. 25.17 '11 ft W 44'f' 8 II It JIJ r NKH of SwTi of NWVi 10 7 22: 10 Wr. -E.'Green 377
Gem 14 ''chi. W of SB 204 fl N 60 ft to pt of NBH/' Of NEVi of HEH 10'I 10 Jo. Starling .77

'Cot ef Beo 11 run W beg !1 1 II Nick Ve.lroupou n.n NWof NEH of BEH 10 7, 921 10 Leo Orlffla .88 I* CIRCUIT COI-HT. tnj
fal'!* ebon 3 10. chn 13 40ebna Lo 3. lOot blk 1 Pln. SEH of SEH Ex NWVi 10 Roy Qrlffl .88 COUNTY. FLORIDAICKHY.

I 0 oka to Hurst Development It 23 Clifton pa..ker. 1. of BEVi! of SEH" 15 7' .
.. 15 II 80 L. H. Water ....* BE\4\ o f SE1,4, of 8E1,4. It II .10 Pauline Garcia 83.i 1 A In NE'i of "BWVi S 22 30 OHI, Thorntonl ..8{ Bronlalaw. Mlynarihl Pit!

8S4 Si NWU, of NWH JIIs NW'4 of tlF.\4\ A aU Sw- 19 7 Jadwlga Radwan. Mlriu
I A In 8W Cor-Church till 19 Arvl Kirkland 1." of R135( N of rd Aof E1;.} AUiLot 9 W of old road 22 .- Tho Gulls 1.07 fendant. CaNe No. 4711

EH of BWH of BWH l7BH I 31 SO Mra. H. C. Edward. 3.07 AW\4\ N of road U 1 U 1I.r. W. Jordan ..U 13 sub-dly of SWVi of ORDER OF PUBlJf.
of NW% of NWVi -N B SI SO Mr. I[. C. Edward. 1.07 AU 8W'4 of 8E'" A E54 BWVi Ex N SO ft 20 7 S3 AND NOTICE TO AS\\
1H A In NWH of NBHbounded of SEyE of SW% 8 ofNEtI' 3W 4 of NW!54 Ex 10 A :3 L. R. Rhoden 1.S9. STATE OF FLORIDA

.. 8 A W by Rd I ", ,1. .1oo. R. Nettl" In NE Cor wigs Radwan Mlynartk
-- ? n' 4..1." of U : n 7 22 30
//0 T..r. Alderman
N line ot ald NEt,4 Eddie H..tm.nn "..13E' Lot 14 Sub-DIv of NH 4.36 residence and sddrenQueen's
Nwit of NBH\ A E by 11& ft ot N 105 ft of of NEH"" of NWVi\ 29 7 Court, queen's.We. .
branch 36 5 St 2 Francla L. Ollllame 1.17 >t of NW" of BE'4 Lot. 7, 8, 9. 10, of Blk 22 1 Frank Smith 1.S5 England.

1 A In NB Cor of SEVi N1314 I U O. U. Little 12.14 30 In Blanton Addi You are required; to i
1 6 31 20 Oenevleve Solano 2.13 ....Iifth portion of NW'41B tion 80 June 17. 1948, 'In the abo
W>ofWNWY of BWVi 1NKVi 6 SI C. R. Alvarea :.77 of 8E'4 lying W of c.- "'.. Lots 1. 3, 3. 4, B of Blk 7 22 'H..mon P. Morgan 2.13 Court and cause, where

pat BBH Bx 1 % A oat N of A --I t In Wright Addition 30 7 Ethel Thomas A Leola. seeks divorce. Bradfon
In SID Cor N of Rd A }J 0", Weller alt'E x : Flk. 4. Hampton Park 31. 33 S3 Wis.' 10.36 Telegraph shall publlih '
RH of NWH Of 8K% SNW 6 31 59 Hugh II. Alvarea 1.81 homes 0 f lIIr. D. M. SH of NK-4 ef SEVi 7 22 Mr.. Sarah Brugger .'0 In next four weekly lw

of NBVVA BEVi, ofNWVI .. and Chas. .... Jenkins as U Blanding Center Inc $02.4T 400 ft of NEH of BEVi 34 7 12 80 Harden A Welener 7.N ./I at Starke. Florida this
A NWVi.\ of BEH BNBH 6 1110 L. Wllll 1.II EVf, of SWH of NEH A 7 22 12 L. W. Alford .t T 1901.

of NEH 10 6 31 40 Herman Thomas .99 ORIOIXAL TOWN OF STAR KB 24 O SSI 3A In BW Cor of (OFFICIAL SEAL A. JA
HH of BEH of NWVi S3KH 6 SI 20 .1 L. Connerly S'OT of NEH" SEVi Clerk of said Court >

of BMH of NHH II' 31 30 lit V AlvareaSI 6.93 Lot B of Blk 1 A land NEVi\ of NBVi"" 35 7 22 23 Ron Faulkner 1.69\ T.. Frank Ijindrum, stars!

NIC"4" of II4\ k N 5i oil/ B of Lot to Street Volley McKinney 1.61 BH of of I 8 22 40 Unknown 2.37 Atty. for Plf.
8E\O 1 120 J. A. J. McKlnney Eat 11.O. lots 1. 3, of Blk 16 Ex : 8WH of REWv' W BWVi ot"" S 8 22S 20 Unknown 1.41 -

N\4 Ry of SEVi of BEVi B* 7 31 8.... :J. Alderman 1.It Lot W 5.15 7 ft of Rlk 33W. Part Katherlno Rltch 0. Andrew 3 9..t1 E Ex 840 10 ft A of In BW of Cor Ry 13 22 18.r. H. Lawrence, Eat.IB 3.16 I! CIRCTIT COr'HT AI 8ljCOt" I

NW\\4 ef NEVi\ 6 7 31 44t A. M. Carlton 8.18 60 ft of Lot 1. 3, of of SEH 8H NWVi TY FLORID"I M
of BWVi It 7 SI 40 I. O. Young 14.87 Rlk 13 8 22 Jane rent.
NBV 34B :J. Fred Guy 113 U E .178 ft of R 800 ft W. Harrison 13.97 Pl 11
All NBVl of NWI4 W of 70 ft of Lot 2 of Elk 27 J.: Fred NEVi of of William. J. Nevlna,
Road Ex W 9 1-3 A SS5NiVW 7 St 7 Mrs. ; Clyde M. Young 1.18 ilk 38 aR extended on En.s075 Guy 16.47Mr W 830 ft SWVi-6 A A Frieda Raphnelaon oI.YI

*. NW" Map Ex S 100 ft of SH of dant. Cane No. 47W;
It 4 S3 10 Mra. II. F. Redding. 3.37 A ex .. Tb.lma All NWU of SEVi 13 I! 10 Fred Haertl ORDER OP Pt'II..'r
E% of Lota 5. 8. A All 1 Lot 2EfOJll A W by 105 Larantaux 2.gi WH *' 8 23 640 A. W. Hohman 6.16 AND NOTICE TO A

Lob 1. 7. Woodlawn 11 5 SS 30 W. J. Cheaaer 4.B4 ft N A S bounded N by ooovtlkr1t A Blk 3 0 31.21ol STATE OF FLORIDA
Late 49 66 Woodlawn 11 6 SS 10.A. J. Swart 6./0 Nollman B by Hirtrhtn Bide 3 Lake Raphaelnon Nevins whew

BH of Lot SO. 39. Wood : H by John A W by 8 NE% of Bub-DIv NftH A 22 I 33 L. C. Bate 15.47 and address. I I. Jlron-, Ne
12 10:1. Vf. DeLoach E% of to
lawn IS 8 1.07 Walnut Street 21. 23 Edw Prevattof NWH, You are required .
Lot I, 4. 1. 8. A all Lot 1 Lot 53H ft N A M by 3031 S" of of NEH, 23.:1: 60 J. D. Thompson thewherei ab
a > SEVi 18.77 Courtland9cuse
of '
10 10 of Road A allLota 105 ft K W hounded W SWU of ,
11, 13, 13. 14, Wood.lawII N WNII A 8 22 5 divorce. B..dlo
on by English on E J..a.o Mitchell peek
11 5 32 14 Mr*. Frank A. Sweety 11.3 Swlawn ,. o. 1-a of NEy.95\ Eat. 4." hall. publl.hIn !
by Broadway Street 28 6 33LIVINGSTON. D. J. Heaver of SW" Telegraph
1.gi ,
Lot 18. 31 Wood- I 15 S 23: l lWltneaii
13 6 II 10 H. W. Havlland I.II TRVBY A CO'S. SUB -DIV. OF NEH OP NKVi 'M S3 11 Cot NWT!: Cor of NWH 6 John Davis 7." next four m)weekly is"

Lota II. 34 Woodlawn 13All 6 21S SO Eddie B. Falrcloth 3.11 A run N 120 seal at Starke, Floridfc
W54 Lota 3. 4. nf Bite ft W
portion ; '. 210 ft for pt of
31. 432 W of Ry Wood- 9 A. WH of Lot 3, 4. of beg thence run : 210 ft 10 1'41. SEAL) *
lawn 13BH | 32 17 Mack Orlffl. 2.31 lkolOJ..t. Oble DeBu.> 159 W 735 ft 8 210 ft B S ( Clerk of pale, CourtPV -
of Lot. 7. 8. Ex Ry EH 3. 4. of Bite 735 ft to pt of beg 25INDIAN 3 23 I 4 Raleigh Aa Lucille C. Conner, D
A. Lot I, 10 Woodlawn 13 8 II SO Aaron Waiter 21.67 5AE14ofLotsl,4pat Flower 3.37 204.0t B'1Jackaonvllle.
13 / 33 10 K H. Woodruff Blk 10 Wm. Papu ) BBACH Cha R.
Lot 87, Woodlawn 1.18 1351 i 33-34 A 22 Fla
Lot 16 Woodlawn 18 6 33 10 1(. T. Bennett 6.30 Lot 1 of Elk 11 ROMe LlccettRnoch d.1/ I
Lots 83 1 40 Woodlawn 14 1 33 20 Aaron Weeter 11'.0 I K 1ae ft of Lot 1 of Blk Tat Lot. T V. L. Phlter Alty, for Plf. _

Lots l{. S3 17 93. 88. Ty ran 17 29.29 RT.
.31 eoi
Lot t of Lot R. A. "IRrtJIT
Blk {
27 IS Thompson I
Woodlawn IB 1 33 60 C. K John 237 Homer Wllllama 0.1/ 17.43 FLORIDI! I
Lot $7. Woodlawn 11 5 33 10 W. K. Adam S'U Lot 3 A N 36 ft of Lot Loots 10. 21 I. 23 C. A. McMillan 17.4.1 COUNTY

l.ot 42, Woodlawn 15 1 33 18.... II. Truce 1.43 4 of Silk 31: Emma Iluche {.48,1 U' W. 8. Scott 30.48 ', Ph
W% of Lot 10 Woodlawn 15 t 33 I Avery 1. Keever 1./t E 95 ft ot Lots 2, 3, of Lot 37 Ire J. Lend 10.6 Margaret 0 1'11(11'I JrVYou ",
BH of Lot 61 Woodlawn 16 0 31S3 6 A. Stoker 263 Blk II Tola Little 18.01 Lot: 47 Martha Mathew 10.06 George W. Orlll1rer
20 NH of Lot I of BIte 47 Lot 62 T. D. Whlddon : Case N-o. 4789.
Lgte 33, 34 Woodlawn 14 1 Wm. "[. Moore 464 Maiel Wllllama 1 59 14:17 pr.sLlf
Lot 9. 34. SS Woodlawn 17 / 23S3 30 J. l>. 1>..el. 22.37 WH of Blk 47r. Emma. Hughes 1.11S3: Victor L. Bryant 7."6 ORDER OF TO A:,

lAt. 44. S 9. Woodlawn. 17 / 30 Harvey L. White 4.81 LI"I\IGIITO! : r. TRUE Y A C. AND NOTICE FIOP'04W.
CO'S. .
Lot 14. Woodlawn 16 1 S3S3 10 J. D. Pete s'u ADDITION TO STAHKR 3* d : I A. KNIOHT. STATE OF whola

Lot. 87.. Woodlawn 19 I 10 K. L Watkins 2:01: All Blk) 10 Ea Lot 1, Tax Collector, Bradford County. 01'1.,1', Jr.. SI.
8 a 110 Welt E1plUer
Lot' 5. 6, S, '. 10 of Blk J. H. Addison 15.0S6t.S I IN: CIRCUIT COfHT.
TOWN OF LAWTRY. WEST OF BY 34 S3 COUNTY BRADFORD Can No. 4743. regulrenhr'
11 are
lots 8. 9 of Blk 16 Carl Rltthrnra ( ('IeR r. : CHA>. ORDER OF PUtn-ICATIOM Jan 17. Ut .
Lot. 7 of Blk 4 :3. 8. Bhutord 1.7S Lot I of Bite II A. Brook '.ot Eleanor M. flaulet. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and .UM-BrVa-'oH
Lots 3. 4, Blk 13 Nettle C. Smith J'U Jim Walla 1.61 Leo Plaintiff. ..*. STATE
8 7H ft of Lot 6 A Let 6 Ooulet. Defendant. OF FLORIDA to: Robert *e.ka divorce. BbIUe
SKsof. 4. 7.2I. of Blk SS W. H. Bigg Eel. ..11 Rx 8 8 ft nf Blk B A 4723. Cai No. H. Brown,' Eeq., .0. LeRoy Street. Telegraph ahall P
Bile Mr*. Chert A. McDonald 1.43 land W of game to ORDER OF Knoxville. Tenn In next four weekly luA

Dlag Lot 2 Unknown .73 Street, Jone Addition AND NOTICE PUBLICATION1 June.. .. Witness my glonda
TO 10.. us the
to Stark APPEAR U4. above Starke,
TOWN OF LAWTKY. EAST OF RY IN .ICCS S3. 24. SS M 81 39 38 6 11 H. A. UanaaiAJohn 37.49' ... 1 named ..al at
to Court
8 8 ft of Lot. 7. 8 A all Ooulet whole re.deinoS : Leo and c.u.. wherein plaintiff A. .
Lot 9, 10 of Blk known I* un seeks dlvoroe and &FFICiAL BEALC
Com at BW COP of Lot 17A B. : restoration of onR.
Jone Addition to maiden lI.m. Bradford A. Clerk of .1"20' 04 11'
run N 84 ft B 160 ft You are County
required .
for a pt of beg thence Stark 28 8 23 Hall June to appear on Telegraph shall publish this Orderwlf Cha.. R. HeJacksonville .
run N 848 ft E 1OO. ftB IT 2-1 of WH of Lot 6 2.61 i Court 1.nJ. In the above named I" : four weekly" I.* .. FlerI4L I

146 ft W 100 ft to pt AW'osLouTot ...11. divorce cause and, wherein plaintiff --Y'' my 'hand and official Atty. for Plt.N J

ot bear 1 David Mack I.7/ 31k88. Temple Addition maiden name. restoration of .t 8tarl"' Florida, this Mar '
Bradford 194
Com at HE Cor of Lot IS .: 6 28 6 23 D r. M. B. Herlonc II."I Telecraph shall County I. CIRCUITFLOR1D i.
N 3 publlih
of tale '
Lot S Order
A ran W 160 ft for a pt ICsLoof In next four JS'cli'rlAIV 8EA.H *_ Thom
A .
EH weekly lne .
of thence run N 11? Court. I
beg Temples Addition Wltn.. band r CIlCRY. "
ft W SO': ft 8' 137 ft BiO Blk 8. at Stark,my and official seal By Lucille c. Conner D. C.Attr'VJi Frieda Edllll Bsfr
ft to of bee to Stark. 13 8 22 Dr. ibis May 4, IAnd..um, 8taeka> Florida Bats t IJO
Pt U.
Alice) Brown 1.5.1 Lot 6 of Bite B. Herlon* tt.lt, 114" Alfred H. 'rp,
27. Temple* Plf. geld Ass ,
Lot ( 46.
Vf N 335 ''ft of Lot Will H rberElolie J.N Addition to Utarke 21 6 21 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Vlll Abraham ,
E'4 Ruth Wllkle 11.oa, A. Clerk Thomas --' .pt'8L1<
of old Court. IN:
BprlnarFlorence 1.93 Lotddltlon At.ekieeksll CIRCIII COY T BRADFORD "oR R'lf
Al'Yot 10. 31, Ex N 336. Blk II. Peek Addition 6 22 I. B. Wllkle 1.51 1 J.By 8.Luclll U.rrleoLaw C. Conner, D. C. COtJIIITY, FLORIDA- .JI CHAN. ...r&wgjgB A'

ft Winiam 1.7 s Exchange Louis
Lot 49 Fannie to Btarke 11 6 32 B...1. M. Davis Building Jarkonvlll, Florida J. .
Robinson 1.00 1 Lot Not hla-hway 10 n." Attyr for Plt. Marl "fld0' Plaintiff a.. H. .
A & rc.C
loOts 60 50ANH -10
C. H. Kettle 6.1"/ ft E A W by 10* ft Defendant Case No.APPEAR : ."
Lot 1741.
of 67
Will Barbel 2.5.. N addr** ur"d
A H In 8W Cor and Ie
of .
W 60>> ft of N 110 ft ot riRCflT ORDER 0., PUBLICATION are tequ *
CO You
19 CRT.
Peek Addition BRADFORD ,
Lot 4 Otf Bub-Dlv AND I"
I Tot" NOTJC1II TO 1946. JJr,
to TV. June 10.
East Lawtey, S.ce. 31, Btark 33 8 21 E. R. FLORIDA LCu..* *. STATE .
Ores OF colic.
Lo'. A. B, C of Blk 1 I." CKRY. FLORIDA to Mar y ,Court and Bradt.seeks "
1t6 24 6 21
Alexander Tucker 1.14 Wynne Addition Marjorle Elliott Rlnaldo whop residence and ad- divorce. "bli,
\ Frown
ME of SWVi of SW%' 36One I 23 10 C. 1. A. U. Plngtelder ...11NE' Stark to It 6 22 ,*. Robert H. Brown. ,Defendant.Plaintiff. dress I. 8. Sea.l.w A..u.. Brld. Telegraph Dour' 'V.In .
Lot of
In SB Cor Boyd Port
Lot tot Elk !t. J. M. HollowayMary II." Conn.ctlcut. next .n'd t*
of NWH, 40. It BA You *
John are required to Wltn*** >r *.
W by 546 ft N A "II. Addition to June app.ar on TV> I
17. 1111. In the Btarke,
Btark tl NEW above stem I seal at
bounded on IS by State Lot 3. /. A Lot Ex 8 22 B.:,MaloaeyMr 3.82 I REMINGTON PORT. ad Court and can.. wherein plain I. I.AM. 1 Jr.

All Road*E<4 No.of tWH IS of NWH, 36 I IS 8 C. B. Bennett 1.11 1IH ft of Rltt 1i. M. ABLE trpewriten. W7.77 (in- tiff Telegraph seeks "' O "- t Bedford County (OFFJCIALf!ggALl!'paid Coort.A. .

E of road A III' of Johns Addition to chides taut) Bradford shall publish this Order ley c'sf
H atarke 21 II'" County 10W'1 four "; ": leauea. '
8 t.ndrura i
nJY. Fronk '
L. D. Grant 4.61 'M'L4wP4. *"" ""' nd official lea 1 .

at Stark. Florida, thla May; IS. Atty. for Pit.Ii .





. tin Alvarez, a prospective member, to; Mrs. L. F. Chapman for !
sec children of Sanderson
were visit. It' .
r'Hrl'.T (01'RT BRADFORD Telegraph shall publish thla Order 1 I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
and "Spanky" McLendon, as mas ond high score novelty stationary I ors of Mr. and Mrs. Ezzle Grlffls COI'rTY. FLORIDA. IV: CHANAlexander : In next four weekly I...".... STATES OF FLORIDA to: Leslie
Farm cot. Each boy passed several re- ; to Mrs. J, O. Godwin for club last Thursday. cs stl'. Witness my hand and official May., whose residence la: Box P.
Ie "bingo" Leopold Blfler. Plaintiff neat at Mtarke. "Florida this May M B., Atlanta. C.a.
and to
Mrs. Martin Grl- vii. Antoinette Maria Elfler. Defendant 12nd, 1916.OFFICIAL.
whitfield quirements for advancement A Corp. Kathryn Mitchell of Augusta You are required to appear on
DryaD nero Jr., for guest "bingo", tapers. Cane No. 4719. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, June 17th 1943, In the above named
ISo . tour of St. Augustine has been Other tea G$., and Illinois visited Mr. ORDER OF PITHL1CATION Aa Clerk of said Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffSeeks
I. for.. guests were Mrs. H. and Mra. J. M. Bradley ANn NOTICE; TO APPEAR Zarh It. Douglas' Clalnemvllle. Fla. divorce, Bradford;: County:
arranged the Troop for the O. Bates. Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and the during STATE OF FLORIDA to: Antoinette Atty. for Pit. 6-24 4t '-14 Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
"JOY lUKE month' of June. Miss Onie Lee Dunn. past week-end. Marie Rider whose residenceand nest fou% weekly IsMlem.Witness .
1T No. 104, pon- Fan- Dr. and Mrs. W. E3. address -l'.: 6S7 Broadway IN: CIRCUIT OOITRT. HWADP VHDrOI'NTY. my hand and officialat
"' Troop COCACOIuPARTY cher: served a salad course to her Murphreeand Watervllet, New York. rLOHIUAl IV! C1IA.V. Htarke, Florida, this; May 1..
Raiford Baptist guests.; children of Gainesville were You are required to appear on CKRT.Dorothy. 1914.
the enjoyable In compliment to her guest. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. June 84th 1944 In the above named Kelly May. Plaintiff, vs. I OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas
most Court and cause, wherein plain- Millie May, Defendant. Case No. Aa Clerk of said Court.
Miss Onie Mae
tad a Lake, Dunn Mrs. J. C. SWIMMING PARTY J. R. Kite and Dr. and Mrs. R tiff seeks divot',.. Praxlforet: County 1771, I Zach II. Douclas, Gainesville. Fla.
I camP at Crystal Wallace gave an Informal partyat Julian Dobbs of Raiford. Spencer P. Stubbins.Mr. Telegraph In shall publish this! order ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Pit. 8-17 4t ,.'1
he next four weekly Issues.
under *
) 25th-: her home Friday morning. : Crews, Jimmie Brown Godwin an4 Mrs. Elzle Griffin and Witness my hand and official. neat

/R P McLendon, Flowers of many varieties added and Charles Thornton and Misses daughters were at Htarke.. "Florida this May Undo
supper of t9a.OFFICIAL
1 and{H. O. Bates III, charm to the rooms used on this Melvene Davis. Pauline Brannen Mr. and Mrs Mallle Griff guests at ( HEAL) A..1. Thomas. '

:er gfoutma9ter Boys at- occasion when chatting was en- Mary Lou Yarbrough and Melba Pine Grove Saturday.Mrs. A. Clerk of said Court. .
T Frank lamlrum Stark., Fla.,
aIIIP were Leslie Brad- Joyed "over the tea-cups". Refreshments Stringfellow enjoyed swimming at Maude Weaver and Atty. for I'lf. 6-24 4t *-14iv ..
Miss ..
KellY, R. B. Harvey con si ate d of sandwiches Hampton Lake Friday night. They Oma Llnzy of Tallahassee return- -. .

Jack David cookies and Coca-Colas. were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. ed to elites rr (.0'1:" .. BHDKOII
their home
Clam Oscar Engram. Jr., To her honoree Mrs. Wallace Emory Townsend of Raiford and laving been here Friday with after their COT. FLOHIUAt 1% 1II. VCKRV. -

Laverne Spooner, presented lingerie as a mementoof Mrs. C. H. Cope and Mrs. Albert brother Silvia Heaver, Plaintiff, va WH-
"JOner. and sister-in-law Mr. and leaver, Defendant Case No.
Sftpp the party. W'93.
Leonard Stafford.
n SaPP Mrs. H. P. Llnzy since Tuesday 4793.ORIMCR -
John Wil- !: OF rI' LIC'ATIt-f:
Bloodsworth Stephen Frank- BRIDAL SIIO.WER FISH FRYTogether Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Jacksonof ANI NOT1CR TO APPEAR SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM

er, also Mrs. J. G. Godwin. Mrs. J. G. with friends Mayo spent Sunday with Mr. STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Willie)
from Heaver
whose realiltmca i a unknown -
Caldwell and Miss and Mrs. E. G. Land
Rae Caldwell Lawtey and Starke Mr. and Mrs.G. having come :
honored Mrs. L. A. Noland E. Crews to; bring Mrs. Emma Jackson who You are, required] to appear on I
|T32 LBS. and family Mr. and Juno 24th 1\14d.\ In the above named -
AGAIN" the former Miss Luella Davis, Mrs. E. G. Land and Mrs. W O.Ingram will make an extended stay with Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
1116 with A miscellaneous shower Friday and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Land. Additional seeks divorce Krndford County I
.B.vnoklelost ,, Virginia Eng- Telegraph shall pnhllKh thin order
) afternoon. The bridal motif ram enjoyed a fish fry at Sampson Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. in next four weekly Issues.
r Lena Plan. Now : was accentuated by their use of Lake Land were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Witness my hand and official MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL
Saturday night.
tslUe YOU? .xw.y Land and weal at Stark., Florida thl. May
e of Starke.
not be the exquisite all-white flowers In sons 22nd. U46.O.'ICIAL!> .
asr tedunna decorating the Club Room attractive Joseph S. Ford of Linden Alabama Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen ( SSJAL\ ; ) A. J. Thomas, STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA.

IT*.tA1wS' Stoound. scene of the party. Dur- brother of Mrs. Fielding and Miss Pauline Braunen went to Aa II. O.Clerk Wrown of said Staike Court., Florida. .

ing the afternoon Misses June and Chapman, was the guest of Mr. Jacksonville Saturday to visit Mr. Atty fur Plf. 6-24 4t 6." I

?ea ducted bysseth10 0 '' Peggy Caldwell presented a and Mrs. L. F. Chapman last and Mrs. \V. H. Brannen. Mr.
InthivitaminlCaadr week-end. and Mrs. Brannen returned iv ('.IIC" I'" rot IIT, IIH\I>FOHI>
HmI9 D musical program. In a "FamousLovers" to the
iv m
AAsna contest Mrs. J. Capt. and Mrs. Martin Griner farm Sunday while Miss Bran- t-Kiir. ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S
UtnfNo OllnV. Pouitlait, P I a muff v...
nen remained for
'A. Bouvler winner and their longer visit
was prize and young son. Martin 3rd Magdalene rower fought. l>efenUaiit >
ler.tta... No as tokens of their Interest in the arrived Tuesday of last week with relatives. Case No. 47R8OROKIt .

?.You don t cut bride the guests who included from their home in OF Pt'OLICATION:
eta..rat jweeaeple Smith . e e e . ANn NOTICE; TO APPE.tttSTATE RANCH
when yaeAYDS relatives and close friends of the Arkansas to visit Mr. and Mrs. : OF FLORIDA to: Magda-.
Yttsmn Candy beta. lone Powers Douglas, whose r....t.denre .
bride from the Farm and her sister M. E. Griner. After week's
dsys' wpply.CTI T a
and addreee Route
( 2i/lot 30 TheressaBy la No. 1,
Mrs. J. B. Strickland of stay Capt. Griner returned to lox 137 Hemingway. 8. C.

DRl'O STORfej! J Gainesville wrote and gave to her Camp Chaffee while Mrs. Griner Sire. James Hulndcll June You 24th are 194 required*. In the to above appear named (On- 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28

Phone 35 their tested recipes. In a costume and their son remained for a e . e e Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

r Out This Ad""As A typical of a laundress little longer visit here and with rela- Telegraph neekn divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order

Bemlnder "' A Frances Caldwell brought to the lve' in Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May of In next four weekly ItiHuea.Wit .

.i" honoree a big'"wash" that proved S-Sgt. Jack D. Bradley and Leslie Hampton visited their aunt Ida at Htarke noun, i 1rr Florida; hand, and this official May 22nd.Real STEAKS CHICKEN

to be lovely gifts. Among Bradley visited relatives in Hagan Thursday afternoon.J. 19411. --

them was that of the hostesses, a Jacksonville during the past week- J. Ziegler left last week to An(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court.T. A. .J. Thorn' .

beautiful robe. Mr. Noland came spend a few days with his son Frank Ijimlrunl Htarke FlaAtty SEA FOODDINNER

fRANGTEJUICE at the refreshments hour when end.Mr.. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and family In Miami. for Plf. 6-24 4t ..14

ice cream was served with miniature in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Girton of -
spent Sunday St. Augustine iv 1'ilt/111' e-ornT. lilt \FORI IJ
white cakes each holding a ax guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. St. Petersburg visited their son. c'ot''II'I'' '', P5.5)1111)AS IV "'II tV- PARTIES SOLICITED
[ single lighted candle whicha Cleveland Neal last ('''111 V.
upon Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Lou week. Marv P. Watkins, Plaintiff, v... 3.K .
wish was made for the bride Dohm. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson Watkins, Defendant. Case No.

and bridegroom. and baby daughter 4797.
Fresh Daily! Mrs. W. H. Parker returned were visiting ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Thursday from Jacksonville where relatives In Jacksonville Wednesday ANIi NOTICE TO AI'PEAR lII1'IIII'I'lnl"mll.mltlll'IIIIIU"'IIII1III""lnl.' WnmslmnnnnmlWnminnmtnmmlmelmnennnnNSrmisuN.mWnlam' ,, .. "'wmaa'mammwI !!!!!
and, Thursday.We STATE OF FLORIDA to: J. B.
03. CUP ______ .10 Dennis Fancher entertained she was the guest of her grand Watkins, whom realilence. and ad.
.20 Club at sons and their families for several regret to learn of the illness dress la % leorve Watklna. haste
the State Farm Bridge ; : .
of Mrs. L. Van Epps at her No. 1, OaweKO rloiith Carolina.You
____ .35 the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. days. home in are required to appear on Wi
Dakota. Mrs. Van June 24th. 194A, In the above named.
_- ____ 1.25 Fancher Thursday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rtcharde Epps is the former Hazel Pack- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I INKIER Electric Service
last week. Shasta daisies and and children and Mrs. A. M. Rlch- seeks divorce and! restoration of .

gladioli were predominant in arde went to Jacksonville Sunday ham.Mr.. and Mra E. S. Sibley and Telegraph maiden. name.shall publish Bradford. this County Order 222-221 Temple Ave Starke, Fla.

flower arrangements for afternoon and Mrs. A. M. Rlch- In ,. four weekly laauee.
lovely ne
E I HAVE ADDED daughter, Ruth and Miss Grace Witness my hand and official TIlE OLDEST IN TilE CITY
this party. Prize awards were arde remained there for several
were Saturday guestsof seal at Htarke Florida, this May
made aa! follows: to Mrs. J. C. days as the guest of her daughter. Mr. 13, 144*.
NICE Slbley's parents In De-
Wallace for high score stationery; Mrs. Annie R. Norman. Land. Aa Clerk of said Court Radio Service That Satisfies

Saturday dinner guests of Mr. W. W. Packham 'r. Frank Iwindrum. Starke, Fin,
and J
D. Phillips
OCERIES&MEATS and Mrs. J. L. Williams were Mr. were business visitors in Jacksonville Atty. for I>tf. 1-24 4t 4-H -TRY US I 1-

and Mrs. G. W. Ferree of Lake -

I City.Mrs. Mrs, Saturday.D. W. Moore of Starke IV COrVTY.CIRCI'IT' FLO'rolls''''?.'.. BRADFORD IV (.'JI" We Strive To Carry The Most Complete

.A. C. Davis visited rela- spent Saturday with her ('ERY.harry .
brother- Harton Btrtlghtlff. Plaintiff Stock of Tubes and Parts
tives In Waldo Sunday. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.A. vii. Edith ClarlHHa Htrelchtlff Defendant. .
tf Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace and L. Sullivan. Case No. 47.4.
their guest. Miss Onle Lee Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Railey and NOTICE APPEAR
spent Sunday at Silver Springs. 8TATI? OF .oi8D to: KdlthClurlnna I Place your Orders' for your Hot Point Range and Refrigerator
family spent Sunday with relatives HlrelRhtlff, whose realilencala
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter of in Also your Itandlx Wahr
Keystone Heights.Mr. Route No. 2, Ilayentown Maryland

JUICES Lawtey were Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Lynn Tomlinsonand You. are required to appear on We Ant Filling Order, As IJlltcoId.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. a. daughter Wanda and Mr. and June 24th 1944, In the above named .

I Stringfellow. Mrs Q. W. Ezell of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
Jacksonville seeks divorce llradrord CountyTelegraph 8t<< U. Abut yonr Wiring NJII.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. were weekend this OrderIn
guests of Mr. and shall puhlliih
(GROCERIES O. Randall were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. M. Heraey. next four weekly Ixxueii.Wltnem LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN
official seal
mv hand and
I Clifford Randall and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Levy'Porsythe and at Htarke, Florida. this May. 22nd, .III1JWIlI..I."I11Ii11..IIIt.IIoIIIII..III11I'IIIIiIIJJIII. .' 1III11IH11t'l'( Q.'IIIII.1.114I1111.l/IIIIInIIIII111111--' _
St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs.J. daughters. Annette and Jeannette 1946.
Temple Ave.Beyond O. Randall. Jr., and family and of Jacksonville were weekend (OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court.A..1. ThomaeAa ,

Curtis Boseman of Jacksonville.Mrs. guests of their mother Mrs. S R. If. C. Baldwin, Oalneavlllo.! Fla., EXCELLENCE
[ Bus Station I Charles Kill Ings worth of Swindell and family. Atty for Plf 6-24 4t 14IV

F- Panama City who formerly lived Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packhamwere CIRCl'IT -('0' IIT \HKOHII in all the thoughtful relation of Str-

R dr l at the Farm visited Mrs. J. A. visiting their daughter and c'o'ry. FI.OHIItAl IV. 1IIAV> vice with convenience and complete'
.y Marvin Ware GIFT SHOP afternoor'- 4'aHlH: Y.
Mrs. I
I Owners Bouvier Saturday family in Gainesville Sunday. Ruby Hchlmmelpfennlg, Plaintiff I ness as well as fateful economy in the

Kllllngsworth was accompanied by Don't forget to attend church v*. Clarence Hchlmmelpfennlir Ue. measure that it is needed.

|fi Do Your Squeezing" I 110 EAST CALL ST. her hostess. Mrs. Kate Killings- services at the Christian Church fendant.ORDER Caae OF No.PI'IILICATIOM 4795

PHONE 66CLOTHES worth of Starke. Sunday evening and morning and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Mr and Mrs. Ralph Cox and evening at the Baptist Church. STATE Bchlmmelpfennlf.OF FLORIDA whose to Clarence red "*"

daughters of Live Oak were lunch- Prayer meeting each Wednesdaynight denre la unknown.

eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. at the Christian Church and You are required to appear on DEWITT C. JONES
June 24th 1949. In the above named
Cox Saturday.Mr. BTU Sunday evening at the Baptist Court and callus wherein plaintiff AMBULANCE SERVICE
and Mrs. Charles W. Tur- Church.IN seeks divorce. Bradford County

ney and daughters of Jacksonvillespent In Telegraph neat four shall weekly publleh laeuea.this Order Funeral Director

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.C. : CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Witness my hand and official sea'I
at Florida this ,
Htarke, May
to their
10(, Turney returning ('EitW.Everett 19 411.i .

home Monday. Samuel Minor Plaintiff, vn. i (OFFICIAL HEAL) A..1. Thomas, local funeral home enables tu to
Florence Ruth Love Minor Drfendant
Mrs. Everett Norman and five Ca. ... No. H85. r An If. Clerk C. Baldwin of said Oalne.vllle Court. Fin.: offer convenience and services not

ORDER OP PUBLICATION I Atty. for Plf. 6-24 41 114iv
otherwise available.
t OF FLORIDA to: "Florence
Ruth Love Minor who* r"nlfl*.nr. tmcrir ('Ot M'''. nit \IVI..I
: and addroiiK 1 In 400 South Taft I fOIVTY, FMIItlltll IV 1IIAV. We furnish the highest type service at the lowest price and

; Street: t. Garden drove, California. CKHY.Hperlndlo. accept ANY Ufa insurance policy in force issued by ANY company -
You are required to appear on Herri, Plaintiff va
June 17, 1944 In the above named Teresa Chlappa Serrl. DefendantCa a* payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
Court and cnuiic, wherein plain .,i No. 4791.OItnFIR 1. carries
P tiff eekn. annulment Kradford OF PtTBLICATIOS no obligation.Why .
Vs r County Telegraph. shall publish. thin I AND NOTICE TO APPKAlt
e Order In neat four weekly InHijen.WltneKB STATE OF FI>JRIDA to: Tereiia
Id' my hand and official Chlappa Herri, whose residence and
Deal at Htarke. Florida, this May address !I. 7 James. Street, New
16. 1M.. York New York.
(OFFICIAL SRAIA.. J. Thomas, I You are required to appear on
; cpb An Clerk of Maid Court June 24th 19.5. In the above named
'The T. Frank Ijindrum, Htarke, Florida Court and cause, whertln plaintiff
HOWDY FOLKS I Atty. for Pit. J-17 41 .-T seeks. divorce Bradford County
wives of moat misunderstood i I Telegraph shall publish this Order Not?
understand iv CIRCUIT (OI-RT. BRADFORD In next four weekly laauea.
husbands, COflTV. PLOHIUAl I:* C.HAV.'KHV. I Witness my hand and official
them too well.. I I I neat at Htarke, Florida, thus May
Lydia E. Oaffn.r. Plaintiff, vs.Clarence 22nd isle.OFFICIAL.
a e t>. Uaffney. DefendantCase ( HEAL) A..1. ThomasAs .
kNw. IAVI1s1Adfk a date with a girl No. 4770.ORDER clerk of Maid Court. Enjoy the results, of ,first
It seems
c-4 1 OF PUBLICATION T. Frank Landrum Htarke, "'a.,
1W nowadays IM an open and shot ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR AllY for Plf 6-24 4t ..14
She* always eat- STATF. OF FLORIDA to: clarence class repair work oil your
proposition. I r>. Uaffney, wh.* residence la: %" IV .K.T. ("O"KT. RH'P'ORI1
ing. Mr. Fred Oaffney Route 1, Boa ('0' .T". FLOHlnll IV. tllAV-
299-C, Oaffney South Carolina.You C'H\: watch clock Jewelry
are retifrei1| to appear on Melv'llleEdward Mneeley. Plaintiff,
Conscious "Isn't your doctor a throat June ITtn. 1146, In the above named. v... Enale Moeeley, Defendant. Case
Court ami cause wherein plaintiff'' NO. 47.t.I .
hU and needs
spMWistrNo, seeks divorce Bradford County OKDER OF PUBLICATIONAND optical .
convince me he's a skin Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I'I NC TI'B TO APPEAR'
Insure< the delicate beauty of dainty garments nest four weekly Union.Wltnese STAT OF FLORIDA to- BjsleMoaeley
pocUltftt. ; We here to
m" hand and official seal whose residence and address are serve you
e at Stark., .Florida this May 11th le Weldon, North Carolina.You .
with safe Here we use no to onJune
laundering. 194 I are appear
"Thanks for the lift, said the (OFFICIAL BRAD A..1. Thomas Seth, 1944, lr'tb above nam In this capacity as well
strong treat delicate as she left the pUtlo Ae Clerk nf laid Court.Zarh ,I.d Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
soaps bleaches but woman
or .
II poiinUn, Oalnoevllle. Fla. seek divorce custody and support
mirgeon's office. Atty. for Plf '.17.. '..Tiv of minor child Bradford. as your headquarters for
arables to a laundering process that actually e County Telegraph shall publish this
> C'IAr"T roi RT. HHnrnnnCOtsri Order. In next four weekly .Issues.
Give your car a lift with FLOHII.| IV CIJAr.l Witness my hand and offlcta' gifts diamonds and
Preserves colors and fabrics. This serf better oil-and ('KIIY.Lucille I' seal at "'.rk.. Florida, this May ,
better gM- (l.org*. Plaintiff ye. Charlie 22nd. 1914.OFFICIAL.
Ire is not a luxury-it is definite economy. thorough and conscientious Ueorce t f.ndant. c... No. ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
For courteous 4793. As Clerk of said" Court
To lubrication. "ORDER: OF PUBLICATION T. Frank fandrum "..rk., Fla.,
Preserve! the life' of fragile clothes, call attention and complete satisfaction AND NOTK'E TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 6-21 4t -14
STATE or FLORIDA to: Charlie F.
drive In here. Harley
lis today. Oeora, whole reeldence le unknown IV riRfiir ns T, nniiFOHDroi Strong
: "T\". FLOHIIJtt IV tllAV.:
GULF OIL PRODUCTS You are required to appear on CKRY.
June 14th 1tU. In the above named Ned McKnlghC. Plaintiff, vs. Busle
Washing Polishing Court and cause wherein' plain. )Mi-Knlghl Defendant Case No. CAMP BLANDING JEWELER SINCE 1911
divorce. tTFadford County 4191.
STARKE Greasing sirs.eek.Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION
DRY CLEANERS next four weekly leiuea. ANn N I & Lake WltnenK my hand and official. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Suet .
ONE Temple seal at Htarfc. Florida this May McKnlarht, whose residence Is unknown PHONE 153

STARKE, Service Station JJnH.(OFFICIAL 1944. SEAL) A. 3.Thomae, You:are required to appear on 137 W. Call St. STAIIKE, FLA.
and LAUNDRY FLA. I Aa Cleric of eald Court. June 24. 194*. In the above named '
Phone 179 H. O. Brown, Mtarke, Florida. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff,
Aity: for Plf. 5-24 4t .11 seeks 4IYor .. Bradford Count/


BIGOT t4 i
------ Court and cause wherein plaintiff Starretf:, whoHe

Thanks Voters I Baptist RA Group seeks divorce shall Fradford. this County known. ""'Id. I I.
King TnloRTHph publish .Order
DefinedPublic You
Public Health Irruex. I I are' requlre'l ,
W.C.T. i In next four weekly I"
U.NO I Enjoys OutingAt WltnexM my hand and official July ht, 194, In the ,,.""""f
Wilbur C. King, successful candidate -, Heal at Starke. Florida this May Court and cat..... aI1N1'YIr'>,Xr r'
I I' for the State Railroad Camp 0 keno Health may be defined as: The Art and Sciences of Prevention 29th! 1946.OFFICIAL. I Telegraph seeks divorce.hall lirsdforlp1i[ : '
ENEMIES SEAL) A.1. Thomas, l'Il', .' '
I I Commission, wishes to thank all members of the and Control of Communicable disease prolonging life and the An( Clerk of said Court. In next four. wei-dlv _",/" 0Wltne

Tu have no enemlm, y
Alga my friend the boast Is I did for him and to assure them Church with their Counselors, effort. Arty, for .'If. b-21 4t 8-21 25th, 'un.OFFICIAL.

poor. I that after he goes Into office that Mrs Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. T. F. Without such cooperation a successful program for the better- i N rmriiT ."CUl'H'r Hit,' >FOHU A.( Clerk 'of SEAL said I', J\ I n

lie who. ha. mlnicl r tn the troy at any and all times that he can I I Landrum and Mrs. C O. Priest ment of community health cannot be accomplished, Public Health ;.COt\7'Y....:..\. ....on.o.t| IN CHIN-. RBy IL Duncan. eonn"61 Uf'iE

Or duty that the brave endure do anything that will be of helpto attended camp at Camp O'Leno benefits all individuals from prior-to-birth through old age and death., Pauline Hooper '.Prim, Plaintiff Jack..IU. Florida I.v I ",
last Friday, I v... Herman F. Prim, Atty. for
Springs PIL
near adults white
this community he will be gladto It Is not a program for Juat jnfants, school children C .e No. H 1.ORDEfH '-1) 4t
MM* have mad IlwIJ. If you do so.Geraldine. Saturday and Sunday. colored, rich poor. city, or urban, but directly: affects all Individuals I, OF Def.ndant.1
have and Charles Mooney AND NOTICE TO
none Billy Miles ,
In an area wlthhithe jurisdiction of a Health Department: I '8TATK; OF FLORIDA
ftatall In the work that you V Moody attended as G. A. counselors: and Public Health or Preventive Medicine Is'not a new experiment.It P Prim, whoRe residence la un
have done.You'te Gerald Boelter as Life Guard. Gerald known. ,
is a recognized .Specialty Field of Medicine and has proven itb.
this week as < You required to
Is also attending appear on
hit no traitor on FVmeral services were held at that throughout the{ lot, 1946, In the above named
Life Guard for a group of Lake value for many years. It Is not Just
: 2:JO :Monday I afternoon from the Oourt and cause, wherein plaintiff I.
dashed from City boys and Edward Shull is United States there has been a steady decrease In' the number ofpreventable 8f skit divorce care, custody and
no Geraldine
Tou've cup DeWitt' C Jone Chapel for .
perjured lip;. Moody 8-xnonth-old daughter with them as bugler. ?,. Communicable diseases' Including Typhoid Fever, Para- control f County of minor Telegraph. children.shall Brad.ord pub. ,

You've never turned the wrong of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C Rev. York, a missionary to the typhoid Fev ri'common{ Diarrhea, Dysentery, Diphtheria, Whooping, Matt this Cider in .next. four.'weekly *. w
I.Hue. t
to right ; e Moody. The child had a twin Italians from Tampa, and ,Rev. Cough, Small-pox, Undulant Fever Tuberculosis, and others Also, : Witness my hand' and official aF '

Vonve been a *op' rd In the Brother Herald Other survivor Learch. pastor of the Archer Baptist ; a decrease: In the infant prenatal and maternal deaths, and an in- Heal at Htarke, Florida, thin May .

tight. 'r ; J' are two' brothers Arthur and I Church, with the BSU, student (I'ease in the span of life and a generally Improved condition of 2$th, 1946.tFFICIAL. SISAL the Ideal
from the University of Florida ) A..1. Thoman. I
Watson and two sisters, ,
-(Charles Markay 'Id theFAMILY Moody Health. pa Clerk of Bald Cdurt
Bernice and Mary. Interment was who has Just returned from a I HyitSuellle, O, Conner I>:> P.li ; :
CtHCLR..) It was not chance. Health Education,has Initiated the efforts. I : ft. uncah, IH 7. Lynch Bld for
trip guest speakers & GIFT
In.New v'"r Cemetery, to Japan, were Jacitsonvllle; ., Fla. % 'I DAD
milk /
.. and the. 138 boys from the New! The improvement sanitation; lncludingwater..sewage, and and jittSt, for Plf B-JL: '4t 8-21.
.River and Gainesville\ Baptist ti, other food has markedly decreased the Incidence of they intestinal l; On Father's
IN CIlKllr COI It T, IIII.tDl' Day
Associations received( many ''benefits .group of diseases. Immunization has helped decrease Typhoid Diphtheria '! C FLORIDA l\: CH.t OIIDOI'V'I'1' :\-I

STARKE DAY' from the educational thing'spunned Smallpox, -and Whooping Cough. The elimination of diseased I': alter I('.;11".Doc Starrett, Plaintiff, VI\ YOUR

for them at the carrjp, .Defiletogether wife,the pasteurization of milk, has decreased the tn- Uorolhjl Otarrett. Defendant. Case '
Boys and glrla from WaMo High) No. 48I Do-(5. -I II
? Gainesville! ;
Lake Butler'
;' ,
atKirigsley ther ANU NOTICE TO APP11AU .
f'' r t and Starke attended. STATE OF FLORIDA lot: Dorothy
I' and Infant with i Increased knowledge of feeding has decreased,, the, I Greeting Cards

Attending from .Starke were number of infant :and maternal deaths. Education, as to cause of, 1 i (v: .\t r Plloto,. Supplies
Beach The+la Ruth Patton, Sylvia Alvarez '
III l Martha Landrum, Edna i spread of the diaease'and early hospitalization, has decreased the rate, I.r I C H Stationery'Hollywood'

Coleman, Mary Sue Epperson, and of Tuberculosis:: C' '
-'* *" '; Helen Haines, and Louis Wise. On the other hand there is a marked Increase in the number of

Every Thursday From 12 to 6 Kenneth Conway, Wayne Edwards, deaths from heart disease, diseases of the circulatory system and 'Ah eoema"You', pHorlaHia tormented rashes with ,itching i n H act of

Ocle and Bruce McGee, Tim and cancer. Why Is this? Explanation la relatively simple. These diseasesare bite., athlete, foot, eruption., rental I .- -j.o
Beginning May 30th Joe Warren, Delano Thomas, Robert i lU'ttinsr or other externally canned,
generally considered diseases of old age. Formerly the majority kin trouble?/ For quick relief and Camera
Haag Gene Shaw, Billy Alvarez of individuals didn't live long enough to have and die,ot disease of pood results use VlCTORTt: OINT- and
and Billy Murrhee.Lake'Subdivision. MENT Developed for the'boys In
old age. With the Improvement of Health generally and with the Increased theArmy:! now offered to 4ne folk.

Free average span of life, more people now live to be old and die tl.eptte.back; home Safe White for babiewor grew see',chll an. Gift

:, I of diseases of old age. dren.VICTORY A name OINTMENT-the you can't forget flne.t! Shop

SWIMMING n W, si Slblay, re'aitor, announces I In the recent war. we had one of the healthiest groups of individuals Sold Tubes!. or Jars Call l Street at 'Railroad
Stark k>
the opening of a hew 'subdivision !In the army, from the standpoint of preventable disease CARPENTEK'S OHUU r STORE
PICNICT.A;; ; ;( :LES 1
), on Silver LakeS':xnlles\ South of that ever existed. One of the greatest factors responsible for this

Large Room For <. Starke on Road;28. ,pad 4 miles was the government's plan of carrying out,an Intensive program of .... ':eo ,

DresslngAccommodatlons: .- north of Keystone Heights.. ,Mr. preventive medicine. a program of Public Health-a rigid control of *
has opened real "estate NOW 'OPEN
Sibley a sanItation Including water, sewage, food and milk army messes,
office on Rbad- 28 hear the entrance -
Suggest For A Good Meal 'TRY OUR malaria and other' Insect control measures; venereal disease control UNDER
",We to the Keystone Air Field V NEW' MANAGEMENT ,
.. '' and also has for sale several'lots and treatment, immunization against' diseases suoh as smallpox:, typhoid v' ,. .s .". ,
Billiards Boating:., Bowling ,
on Bedford Lake.1"'as well bite 3- tetanus cholera yellow fever and others. l-1.o4Ib a.e: V .M'

CHICKEN, STEAK.. .FISH, AND. SHRIMP, DINNERS acre tracts In thll'vicinity. If such a' program I;'so Important for the armed services and 0
i C .
stressed so ''strongly by' all insurance companies as a means of THE .PINE:: TREE:? INN

Cottages|tooms. Apartments-Reasonable. ',Rates, C of C DirectorsA keeping people healthy why Isn't it as much or more important for

the civilian population? Their need la much,.greater. Is there no 1-2l\liJes South of Starke 'en Road 28

KINGSLBV IJEACII.I..OCATEDONmf1AUTIFUL meeting of of the Directors of need for a preventive medicine program In Bradford County and I{... s t "..,e..... .-
the Chamber Commerce
KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To.Camp..Blandlngfll held at the Avery Inn Tuesday was Starke Will the'problems of poor sanitation surface privies or ': 1-

none, inadequate and water and correct
for discussion of business pertaining unprotected sewage supplies Barbecue Sandwiches
,, themselves? What about the problem of, widespread malnutrition, ,-
to the Chamber. An
t .'IpIIMIIY,YOWIXIINIWNIWII''' JYII<'iifiuiltuiuuuniii', '" ...NaWWNYIaXrlllllnNl, ', p141Xalllllllla"IINIIIIUIr111111NIIIIrtNI1N1aIN111111011fi, ( l excellent the Hamburgers :Cheeseburgers
luncheon was enjoyed. high percentage of intestinal parasite Infection and high venereal

disease infection .In this community? Will these problems work 'Cheese Egg
GARBAGE '& SandwichesCt4tq'ftir.J4.lAAS
-GALVANIZED CANS CEMETERY WORKING themselves but? i' .r, <
Therewlll,be working at .the :.t-- .i < .J ,' .R, .. .
.A Who-will assume responsibility of: supervision of the food establishments >> im.iyj.-ji. ?

1,45 '. -: Cemetery at the New River Baptist In'your i county,' to see that"they have--adequate sanitary, "*..." 'C\.fI\ :. S Drlhks. .--:Cdff :'I Milk z

",-Church on Wednesday.Jdn/: equipment,. that U is used that the empioj*** ar* examinee) for

I 14Z'NCCMETALtCSheathing'' 6 aaktd. All to Interested,, go: and dinner persons wll. ),:aril'.b+*l disease and. kept as free 'ot communicable! typei aspossible; ,:,in order; \Vhen.1, Uaibte.

served on the grounds. < that the local +VtsUuranta and .tourists will bUtt, rail possible-protec? .' 1. -_ iVVVVL

(nOl\IAX) tlon from the great dangers of unclean food? Who will examine the "1 r a FOR CLE1N "
I. Dan and Van Priest Harold dairies and'supeHMla'the'sale I of milk to see that the standards are -- -- -

Cable Lennon and James Newsome spent maintained'Will; \ sOmt } or this
Individual group assume responsibility
.. .. .. Ir. : J
Tuesday through,Frldaycamping Will the ..me ones De .fwsponslbje for the 'prevention ,'and control"of J? ; and/Mr Sibleyy, rpps.

250 Ft. CqHeV:* 9.50 .'. :. j on 1 Hampton Lake.Typewriter all acute communleable diseases that occur* In the community .' .." .

I paper, carbon?, ribbgnaldmeograph The Health Department has, itself, found and treated fifty-five

paper stencils, nand ew'cases of Gonorrhea and Syphilis already this year not includingthe

AX HANDLES NOMOREMOTH85c Ink. at the Bradford County old cases under I treatment.' A ( J" ,- : '
: Telegraph.Mr. good -percentage of these cases ii\ Vi 'J IJ \
I In. -the: Infectious stage. were' employed In ,food estabtfsmnenU .and /
and Mrs..Sam Andersen and *. ,t''tt
50c &. 75c pint ; \ '
Mrs. Lyle' Anderson took Lyle to private homes. As a group they could not have paid for(treatment

Jacksonville Wednesday' from and would not have' rec ived it. and in addition. untreated them r

,;;.;, Padded Ironing Boards where he left for Naval service. would 'have been many more cases resulting from spread. The prfy

T. W. Oliver Is spending this vate physician has a heavy load of this work already and you can, and ShoesFOR
.tf"'jStan p Type' 3.00 week In Fernandina on business. not expect him to .care for these cases V\o' will accept the responsibility .

Mr. and Mrs Carles Schmitt ? it .

MFOSTEU'S ASPHALT FIBER are spending this week at their What about the program of education, examination and Immunization '

"z ROOF COATING farm home in Floranome. services offered to the schools, the nursing visits to the ,

w 5 Gallons $2.65FOSTER'S RalMtd-letter process business home, the Infant pre-school and material hygiene program,, the

<\ ',' cards, 2SO for '5.20.: Clear plao- training and supervision of the midwives and the many''other functions The Entire
ROOF CEMENT tie ease with each order_Bradford and Family
responsibilities of the Health Department
50 lb. Can $2.85 County Telegraph.
These problems are here; they are your problems. The Health
Miss Frances Colley Is spendinga
week at Daytona Beach as a Department is established to help you. It has adequate equipment

BRADFORD HARDWARE CO guest of Miss Carolyn Keen.n'rlrR. sponsibility.and trained personnel and is ready and willing to assume the re. Every day is bargain daySTAR

N 1 .
Notice .In hereby Blvon that the Are you the people of Bradford County, Interested in improving
undarelirneil In envavvil In bUNlnemi your health conditions and at the * *
i r -"" ,Wrr.ayaYrrllr.. IIIII11I1I..lIulll\lllOblilllIIIII'lIDIlllllulI1l11nlll1ll. \ IaNla under u uC the fictitious name of lella.. doing something about your many important -
t>re.* Shop and B..aiity' Salon, on problems?
Past Call Ht Htarke, Fla. and In-
If so, what individual
or group will assume the
Lads to register the said fictitious responsibility
1 Starke Florida name tn the Office of the Clerk of and do the job?
the Circuit Court of Bradford
County, "'Ia.Mr. The local fund. necessary to carry out this program are relatively Stor
May 29, 1916 *. W. B. Mumly, Jr. small
being supplemented funds
btlt 8-21 Starke, Fla. by from the State and Federal
Government. It your community does' not, use these additional
iv CIRCIIT cot 11 T. \nponn
('Ol' TY. FLOUIO.'III.! funds other counties and states will. The -county's contribution is
To The of Bradford
People -
County"I cnOlLniel: ,. again based 'on I
cooperation. Funds, foi such are usually obtained ..
Bally Plaln lfr. v. Jean ,
Hatty Defendant. Cane No. 4<0t. from the County Commission, School Board and local municipal gov I
am deeply and profoundly grateful to the AND NOTICF. TO APPEAR ernment. No one organization can support the program alone and

people in my County Commissioner District Batty HTATR, whose OF reiildence FLORIDA In to-422 Jean LJn- no county this size can financially support a full time department. Old Fashioned

and of Ilradford County for their loyal and coin Avenue, Hrooklyn. New York I wish at this time to congratulate the County Commissioners

faithful support In the May 28th Primary. July( You let are 1)4 required, In the to above appear named on for their foresight and wisdom, In realizing their responsibility to

Through efforts Court and cruse wherein plaintiff their people by approving their part of the countY'sappropriation
:your you gave me a great eeka divorce. Ifradford County
majority: and I am grateful to each and everysite Telegraph shall publish lets Order to carry on the Public Health work. REVIVALat
of for this n neat four weekly Ueuea. In closing I wish again to call attention
:you .majority. Wltne.* my hand and official seal your to the definition
.. at> tarke, Florida, this May 27.OKFICJAI of Public Health. ,
"I sl\aJllive to :you my time and beat efforts ta49.( Individual at
effort will
([ SEAM A. J. Thomas. not suffice and only through
and' continue to give to the people of my district a .. of old Court. community effort Including interest
Ity Lucille C. Conner, D C. desire work and money will
and county the very best 'service of H O. Brown tltark, Florida. such a program for ,better community health be accomplished. Lawtey Chun
which: I am capable.: Your vote of confidence Allyfor Pit. S-3t 4t l-tI Baptist

inspires me to do all within my power for the 19 I r'Rrl-'T rot nr. RHI>FORI> A. Y. COVTNOTON. It!. D.

benefit and advancement of my: district and (cni'Mnr.KM V* PLOHIIMI iv (,'"n. Director"Bradford County Health Department. LAWTEY

Bradford County. K U. Hnn1A Plaintiff ym. Virginia FLORIDA

** Hull 4S03ORHEn Booth Defendant. Case No. No.tins *Jonefiion O..n'an..t., whoee residence In. Charlie Sanders. Georgetown, South Beginning Sunday June 2
I Uothenburs
deeply appreciate the cooperation which you in OF PtTBLICATlOV nwvden.Vou ; Carolina.
the pant have given me as a member of the ANn Nt>Twg Tl APPKAU arc required to You are required to appear on
STATE OF FLORIDA tot Virginia appear on .h.IJ" 1st U.. In the above named Through .June' 16
July lit. U.', In the above.
Hoard of County Commissioners and I shall gull) Booth Hefendant. Cane No. Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff named Court seek di varceuand wherein plaintiff

through experience gained, continue: to help aJdresr You are le Front required Royal to Virginia oka divorce. Bradford County maiden na", .. Bradford reetoratlon,, of
appear on Tel.Rrapk County
you build Bradford County and the interest i Inly oiirl' '.t.and 1919 cau.In.. the wherein above plaintiff named In "next four shall weekly publish issues.Witness this. Order Telegraph In neat: four shall w..kly publish l I..e.this Order Hear 'Rev. Woodrow'Flynn

of our people in our county.: seeks divorce. Hradford County my hand and official i at hand and
Telegraph shall publish. thin Order seat. at Starke. Florida title May seal Starke, Klorld.., (hla May
i In next four weekly ,Iniiuee JOitl* I9ae.OFFICIAL. 29th 1911.IOFFICIAI..
VVItneiie my hand. and official ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas SEAL) A..1. Thomas, of the State Mission Board
seal at 8trk. Florida, this ;May An Clerk of said Court. Aa Clerk of said Court.
n, tsar.. By Lucille C Conner. ,
Your By Lucille D. C.
Sincerely Friend C.
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OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. J, Harrison' Law Frank *ndrun>. Starke. Florida
An Clerk Lucille of C.Mid. Courtr Jscksonvllle s. Florida.Exchange Bid*. Atty. for Plf. ioU U 5.21IY Every Night at 8 O'clock
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"I also wish to thank Mr. A. C. Griffiths fore r l TI'e FLoHm" IM (,'.. \\: IR Y.Rllaabeth ;Miller. Sander, Plaintiff Ca.e Pauline No112.C. Cummln. Def.ndant.y. us Exhortations that sober us and

his advertisement in behalf. I'll Nil. JoeefMon, also known v. J..te I.fo. Sanders. D.fendant. ORDER OF Proclamations
my see yousoon. .l.on.. Plaintiff ve. Annstlna aa Nlla Care No 4612.ORDER ANDOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR! that save us.
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TO APPEAR CummngFWhoseDre
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ANO NOTICE! TO APPEAR Lt Zander. FUORlUAtojV.au: West Uro"., State of Pennsylvania
STATE or r :..bnID.to.. Aon.o reeldence and are r.qutr.d to .
address l I. Merrlman Road % Mr.. Julyolet PP
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