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: July 19, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1877



IRrt[ Shows Per Capita Cost Resolution Legislators Asking Approve County Growers Service Legion Will Officer Hear 'i Official List of Dead and Missing .

idford Government Lowery Higher Teacher Pay 0 K. Control of Functions of the recentlycreated

: At the biennial caucus of the : County Service Office will be Shows County Lost 17 Men In 'WarRed t

Florida House of Representativesheld outlined before Legionnaires at

\'ery man,County woman only and Man "Bowled Over"By In Tampa last Saturday, a Tobacco QuotasAn their regular/ meeting next Tues- According to the "Honor List"of
Bradford resolution day. Albert Lee Crosby, who recently Cross Board World
of the recommending higher War II dead and missing *
ue operation Lightning Bolt teacher salaries was Introduced accepted the position after prepared by the Adjutant'

I'emment dared with the last Jointly by Rep. N. D. Wainwright, overwhelming majority of a period of special training will Accepts ResignationOf General of the U. S. Army, and

I,, as co ant M L. Lawson, owner of a farm Jr., of Bradford County and Rep.P. the State's flue-cured tobacco describe his duties providing for Mrs. BurnsThe released to the public last week.

o4 t of $8.86 for the en-in one mile and a half west of Guy Crews of Duval. I growers voted last Friday! In favor coordination and local supervision Bradford County lost 17 sons in

These and other In the Starke, had a narrow escape Tues Adopted unanimously by 90 of of a continuation of the ACA of governmental service to veterans Executive Board. Bradford the greatest, to date, of man.

'figureS are shown day of last week. Lightning the 95 representatives present, marketing control. The results County Chapter, American Red ctnd's armed conflicts.

|;art of county financesbY J.Leu struck a wire fence while he was the resolution was as follows: assure regulated acreage quotasfor Commander S. G. Denmark said Cross met last Friday morning at Although 17 men were listed

bY State Comptroller closing a gate, and bowled him, "WHEREAS the next three year that plans are going ahead for 11 o'clock In the armory building under the heading of Bradford

I head over heels. Lawson was unconscious -i the school teachers Prices for the grower had climbed the county-wide Homecoming with the chairman Dr. M. D. Hcr- County, a check 0 f records at
the cost per I and other employees connected -
County Day, to be celebrated two long
for several minutes but since the ACA bad establishedIts months!! the local Selective Service of-
was with the Public School
county government suffered no Injury. His hand was i of Florida System policy in 1938. hence. Those!! unable to attend Purpose of the meeting was to flee showed that five of this num. i
Florida. From are greatly underpaid,
Uwest! In clasping a chain-fastener when and Bradford's tobacco farmers cast the most recent meetings were provide for carrying on the chap- bar were not registered in Brad I

Later mark the averaged the bolt struck, during an after- I 39 votes in favor of the three-year urged to attend Tuesday's session. ter work after the resignation of ford County and so far the Tel.
d $32.95 per person thunderstorm. "WHEREAS, said school teachers A resume will be made on pro Mrs. Edward Burns, executive
noon H. D. Law- extension, one vote for a year'scontrol sec- egraph has been unable to obtain
countyhighest in the who seated and other employees should gress made for the celebration, retary, which will be effective Au-
I was on the front and one vote against any additional Information o o n .
'I'son. of the farmhouse, said It receive compensation for their quotas. and on other matters to be discussed gust ,..1.The. cernlng them.
lltanclal condition of services on a par with and In by the membership.The .
excellent and' "looked as If the whole yard was keeping with other For the State as a whole, the committee decided: not to The 12 men on the Hat of "Dead
Is similar
unties professions will be,
for aflame. Production and Marketing Administration meeting held at 8 employ a new executive secretary and Mlsslng"and who are

Mate every selected taxpayer menn The farm, on the old Ralford and"WHEREAS at Gainesville, reportedthat p. In., In the Legion Hall. Immdlately but to leave the local istered with the local board reg are

carefully !utill road, was recently purchased from there Is sufficient 90fper/ cent of the ballots At the regular luncheon meet- Red Cross under the direction of as follows:

sincere enough safeL Judge G. A. Gardiner. monies In the State Treasury of favored the present policy, with ing Wednesday a report was givenon Mrs. W. R. Morse, Home Service SEEDER BUCK
capacities to the State of Florida with whichto 5.7 the District Assembly held in chairman for the time being. It ( ) CRAWFORD.
percent opposed.
financial present and effect this salary raise for the Orlando this week. Those attend was stated that,Mrs. Morse will Staff Sergeant, killed in action.
Dentist Vacation Most of the results Son of Mrs.
ftielr various counties on said school teachers and other were received ing were J. C. Hoover, president, need the help of volunteer workers Daisy Crawford
and tallied 9 Rt, 1 Box Lake
by m. 75. Butler.
itr stated. p.
Lee Dr. Lemuel Colson, employees connected with said Junius M. Smith, secretary and since demands upon the chap-
(close of the fiscal year 'School System and without levy- E. L. Matthews chairman Club ter are still heavy ERNEST DESUE, Private
Starke dentist closed his office
Irlia counties had a cash ing any new or additional tax for Service. Mrs J. L Peek will continue as (Colored), died, non-battle. Son
million dolLt In the Adkins Building on Call Turn 7 of Llnnle DeSue Rt.2 Box
almost 10 wealth of street here this week until August said purpose. to Page The appointment of Jos. E. Wil office clerk.Harry Starke. 153,

how the recent 1. During his brief vacation Dr. "NOW THEREFORE, be It resolved For First EditionOf son as representative from the
grown In yearsd two by the 1946 Caucus of the local club on a state-wide Student JASPER EDWARD DUNCAN
and Mrs. Colson will
by the report which spend House of Representatives of the Church PageThis Loan Fund committee was an- M. Agin, Private 1st class, killed In ac
weeks at Panama Beach, Florida
total taxI
It the
tin 1912 State of Florida duly assembledIn nounced. tion. Johnnie Duncan, brother,
were $212,887,515, as guests of their son and daugh Issue- of the Telegraph Former Starkeite, Rt.2 Box 35. Starke.
Tampa, Hlllsborough County
fin 1945 the total had ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel rontaliM our first C'oiutolidat- Dies EARL B. FUTCH. Private 1st
Florida on the 13th day of July Rites ThursdayFor at Waldo Home
Colson, Jr. cil Church Page In which the
12,597,864,938. 194S, that said caucus does here- I I class, killed In action. Son of

by go on record and pledge to announcements J. C. Garner, Jr. Harry M. Agin, 68, mayor of Mrs. Minnie Futch, Lawtey.

call for consideration as one I Waldo and brother of the late FREDERICK D. HINTON, Private .
up services of Bradford County John Calvin Garner. Jr., 19: son Wm. of killed in
of the first orders of business during Agin Starke, died last/ action. Nearest
I churches will be grouprd together of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Garner of In relative
the 1947 Session of the State Friday a Jacksonvillo hospital Mrs. O. E. Green, Rt. 1,
I14tLAi In a united effort to Lake Butler, former residents of following an lllnesx of several Brooker.
Leglslatuie the ,matter of a substantial I
obtain m 0 r e effective publicity Starke, died In a Jacksonville
raise f or the school teachers months. He was an uncle of Mrs. ROY KITE, Private, killed In

employed in the Public Schoolsin for all religious organization hospital Tuesday morning afteran Freeman Register of Starke. action. Son of Robert Kite, Starke.

lid round the news wheel some sort of honors along thla Florida together with other In this community. extended Illness Mr. Agin was born In Terre JOHNNIE E LOTT. Private

where it nobody] line ., The other night* they employees and attaches of our I'aHtors and officials. of Young Garner was a native of Haute Ind. His father died when lit class, killed In action. Son

I stops the oldIt started out for a little spin northon Public School System"Representative churches generally have- welcomed Louisiana and lived in Starke several he was a small boy and he livedIn of Mr. and Mrs. W R. Lott
Let's give
Road 13. and "Just kept go Wainwright stated this opportunity to years before moving to Lake Starke with his mother until Starke.
l wheel a twist and see their more with his In 1941. CHARLES M. Staff
ing" until they finally wound up of present program Butler parents he reached manhood. At the age PRIEST

[comes to rest this ,week! inJacksonville; There they enjoyed I'schools that and the the betterment salaries of teachers our- Impressively to the reading He was a member of the Lake of 14 he began work with the old Sergeant, killed In action. Son

|i, What do we have a refreshing dish of ice scheol' employees public. They recognize that Butler Baptist Church and Of Boy ASR & O Railway at Starke. The of Mrs. Myrtle Priest Starke.
and other '
I. The welcome news cream, and drove back'home i first the few promiseshe this Is the "advertising' age", Scout Troop 104. FC A P Railway later absorbed LEO F. STARLING, Private1st

Andrews (Jr.) Is heading Should have been cooled off by was made' among In his campaign for relectlon. and If such methods are good Besides hll parent, heals survived his road and Mr Agin continued class/ killed In action. Son

|m Kyoto, Japan". '., that time don't you think? for building up' business enterprises by a sinter, Judy Ann, and a with the company. Later the Seaboard of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, Rt.

It no more details to date Hear that Ted Johns, attending ; they should also" be brother, Andrew Owen, both of Air Line took the road over 2, Btarke.

fi'tt illih, !,JnformaUan ;the l.gisljtUve.l! > *:-w1t Char:, Rites '- good: for the uphw-?* of"the Laka Butkr4. MondayFor died of wbunds. Son of"Mrs. W.
c message to the'I.. home tey In Tampa last weekend got church. Funeral a e r Y fl e>''were held He was one bf th 'f1rst-engln'

I'jJnei! Lt. Col. Tel- in. a good plug for the ole home T. A. MersereauThomas All churches In the countyare Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clockIn eers to runa' diesel locomotivefrom H.JACK Struth, Starke.
K has Just received ortort town When the ladles were Invited to Mend l their) news the Lake Butler Baptist Church Jacksonville to Miami and SULLIVAN

McClellan and willLt Introduced and called on to say a A. Mersereau, 81, died Items to the Telegraph and with the Rev. Ray y Walden and was for many years In charge of lit class, missing with finding of

for a brief goodbyeore few words, Ted borrowed a slogan Friday, July 12, at his home In they will be published as the Rev L. A. Shepherd officiating. the Silver Meteor on this run. lie death.Starke.Bon of Mrs. Mable Sulli

from Ute Telegraph and proclaimed Starke after a long Illness. A usual whether or not the was recently retired by the SAL van.

departing for theloflc to'the world that she walt from native of New Brunswick, Canada I I church maintain an adertlHement after 52 years of service. He is RALPH EDWARD THOMAS!
Private lit class. Son of GroverHenry
Lyle Anderson "Bradford County home of the he moved to Bradford County 24 on the pane. "The Virginian"At survived by his wife Mrs. Mary
It into town this weekend Thomas Rt 2, Brooker.Not .
sweetest strawberries this side of years ago from Maine. I If you like the Consolidate Bell Agin.
Reive" I
what sailors do?) Itcglstermi
she big wife Mrs. |be sure to tell Florida SundayParamount' Funeral services
Bit leave since Joining Heaven"Bet got a Survivors Include his Church Paste, were held Mon- The Telegraph would like to
I hand Seems that Shirley Col- Mabel Mersereau of Starke; seven your pastor and church officials. day afternoon at 4:30: o'clock In have Information -
V Completes boot technicolor movie more concerningthe
ley is going Spanish in a big way, daughters, Mrs. R. L. Kessler, the Waldo Methodist Church with
it Great Lakes today version of Owen Wlster's familiar"Virginian" following men who were list.
my that bride Dot Is all learning to speak the language, Starke; Mrs. Anna Ferguson. will grace the screenof the Rev. Fred TerkeH, Dr U, P. ed but who are not registeredwith
In the FSWC Spanish Maine Mrs. J. C. Gordon, and the Rev Rivers officiating
IJ putting it mildly and living Brunswick, ; the Florida Theatre Sunday and the local board. Any relative
House She reports that last Bi-antley, St. Augustine; Mrs. H. New Garage OpenedBy Monday, starring Joel McCrea. or friends who know any

W* for another turn weekend all the gang went over C. Glasgow, Starke; Mrs. C. E. Joe RabeckAn Brian Donlevy, Sonny Tufts and Arrangements were In chargeof of them men will please!/ communi-

re does the news wheel to Gainesville to be guests of the Mattix, Mt. Vernon, Ill.; Mrs. Barbara Brltton DeWItt C. Jones. cate with the Telegraph.

[at this time? Ahhh boys They don't speak any- Henry Silcox, Green Cove Springs; automobile garage featuring The action-pocked, thrilling W WALTER. D Y M OND Ser-

Bwple of choice culinary thing but Spanish, and Shirley Mra W L. Soto Tuscon. Ariz.; general automotive repairs and' story Is gorgeously filmed in outdoors District Scouters geant. Died non-battle,

I.Nellie says it really keeps you on your three sons. Anthony Mersereau II. J. HOR8LEY JR. Tech. 5.
Martinez serveda all types of electric and acetylene Wyoming i and Includes Met at State FarmFred -
toes to know what's going on A.- A. Mersereau,
Augustine; Died non-battle.
a 12 pound roast ducky St welding was opened this week by rustlers, cowboys, a lynching, several ,

but not before she'd Jacksonville; and Thomas Merse-. Joe Rabeck on p.o0\4 13 hwyond shootings and a love story Guy, chairman of the local JOHNNIE JENKINS, Private.

i and a half hours tedl- August 16 is the date set for reau Starke; and one sister, Mrs.F. the cattle gar po-tn of Ftarke Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Boy Scout Committee C. H. Nas- Died, non-battle.

m'ng'! out pin feathers! that aisle' event featuring John E. Hoyt, New Brunswick, Can city limit day of next week the Florida worthy and T. H. Osborne attended HARVEY J. ROSS, JR., Sergeant -

[on such a hot day, too Arthur Torode and lovely Sara ada. The new venture la under the brings to the patrons a story of an enthusiastic meeting of the Missing, finding of death.

the duck was worth it! Poythress 'Twill take placeIn Funeral services were held Mon management of Pat Patterson, suspense and mystery, "The bark New River District Monday nightat WILEY W. TILLIS, Private 1st

lusoblg that she and Macclenny Sara's home town day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the World War II veteran honorably Corner," starring Lucille Ball, Raiford. Purpose of the session class. Killed In action.

I it out to the lake to John's sister, Mary Lucille Kingsley Lake Baptist Church discharged from the paratroopstwo Clifton Webb, William Bendix and was to lay plans for stimulation First Official List

PCarl and Thelma Johnsy Sturgis and dotter, Sue, will arrive with the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw of ago following InjuriesIn Mark Steven. of scout activities In various This was the first consolidated

Another kitchen this weekend from Meridian, ficiating. Interment was in service.years Mr. Patterson U an towns of the.dlatrlct. Steps were listing< of Army dead and missing

V t news that Jean Davis, Ml s. and remain through the Kingsley Lake Cemetery under expert mechanic formerly employed Mrs. Chapman Named taken to spur cooperation with In the recent war, containing

urge for a midnight festivities Hear that both the direction of Key-McCabe Smith's Garage. troops at Lake Butler and Mac- nearly 310,000 names, and Includedthe

f* ice box: tother even- Sara and John Arthur have left Jacksonville. by Manager of Park clenny. latest and mOlt complete data

not finding with National Airlinesshe pallbearers were George The committeemen available on all military personnel
anything their poets Active enjoyed supper
Pumpkin Appointment of a new managerfor who were killed or died or
to her liking, turned' InV to rest, and he to accept a Silcox Lacy Sllcox Clarence Mel Mighty I II at the Stat Farm canteen,
I the Park Theatre here was announced became and remained missing1, between
a ginger cake at 12 with a Jax real estate J. T Kirkland Chas. A. followed by a business meetingand
position ton G. W. Johnson, 72, brought the this week by W, N. Car- the President's declarationof
Incidentally, looks as And the way, those and Burton Ro Ier. In the Community
firm by Jenkins, Telegraph a pumpkin 40 Inches In nasion, owner. The new manager program unlimited national emergency on

the orled KlllingsworthV bandages on Ed Torode's arm are circumference, weighing 85 l Ibs., Is Mrs Lillian Chapman. House. Chaplain L. A. Shepherd, May 27. 1941, and the cut-off date
last of the Last of the result of a knife slip not a River RevivalThe pumpkin Mr. resides at district chairman presided over:
New last week. The Mr Chapman, who of the report, Jan. 11, 1944.
Vf at Blanding cow's horn, as first reported Johnson said Is. the product of a 325 West Call Street stated! there the group, which Included Execu- The Adjutant General's Office,
there dally, among Seems he was skinning a bovine New River Baptist Church on tive Secretary Art Rowand. of ,
lew "volunteer hill" that sprang up Is no change In the theatre's pol releasing the report, explained
when the Sunday Live Oak and the :
at Lawtey tother day will begin a week's revival the site of a former pig-pen on icy. Her appointment was effec- representatives that in any work of Oils scope,
knife slipped, severing an artery July 21, at 8 o'clock. Everyone la west Starke. of Starke Lawtey, Brooker, Ral will but careful
1 night his two acre place I tive July 1, and she was formerly errors occur,
fcoop of the Week: and cutting to the bone ." Add is invited and urged to bring The Telegraph In behalf of Mr. employed In theatres In Atlanta, ford, Sanderson, Macclenny and checks have been made to reduce

puoteley still wears an sights we'll miss along Call Street: someone else to hear Bro. Flynn Johnson, donated the pumpkin to Ga She has resided in Starke Lake Butler. errors to a minimum. It Is planned

r* petticoat>> that she (iliars .John Alford, the old darky "goat the noted evangelist. The announcement Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. a connoisseur about a year and was the wife of to publish a complete and final

ago for her step- man",. He died this week was made by R. H. of fine pumpkin pies. Elmo Chapman, former managerof Scouts Leave Today list of deaths at some time in the

I'eeons' Anyone who can: Green Jr., clerk. the Park, until his. death in an For Overnight HikeStarke's future, and errors discovered In

m ItUIte Please stand up Add famous remarks When Joe Bakery airplane accident at Daytona the current list will be corrected.The .

fled of a notable item, beV Hoover started off to the Rotary ber of the staff In Frank Lan- Lappe Beach last month. Troop 70. Boy Scoutsof entire report makes 1700

three widths' of .Sunday afternoon office Claire Reopening TodayNew pages, and only those persona who
""> Assembly in Orlando drum's law America, drew 15 members to
ornamented around called in L. F.) shopping died In a llna-of-duty status are
Mrs in
with his fond spouse Chapman ( and ConventionThe the regular meeting the armory
f a of flour Singing
flounce of lace and have a Street and looking shipments listed. The total deaths of Florida -
parting "Be good : along Call the building Monday night.
| erOCheted Into rlc rac vacation shortening are responsible for personnel was listed at 3,540.
1'another' nice time!" ." Mr. H. is reported much refreshed after a Lappe Bakery on Bradford County Singing Two new Scouts were welcomedInto
little of the or 2.63 cent of those who
secret with reopening
ley still : to have called back, '"Well make : In Tennessee Bess Burn today. Mr. and Convention meets in the First the troop, Robert and Albert per
wean two that West Call street served In the from Florida.
,as the hair bob Army
: 'om In up your mind!I" And by an attractive new H. W Lappe, proprietors, Christian Church of Starke Sun- Stefanelll, and one Scout was
Rear that bygone way, when Gene Matthews unpacked Is certainly to be envied these hot Mrs. to suspend operationslast day afternoon. July 28, from 2:30: dropped from the roster Emanuel
&nng are Glen and his bag in Orlando Sunday days Hear she and Edward were when lard and flour be- until 5 o'clock, A. D. Crosby Tlllakos, whose family removed to Cannon Sells Shop,

"iinwright converting night he was surprised to find will vacation at their Kingsley May unavailable In sufficient president of the convention, an another city. Moves to PalatkaSale

m*** (which 'place, on therein a kitchen knife and an place In September Mary came ,to continue baking. nounced this week. The public Is Dan Priest was appointed patrol
Hum quantities
?*) Into they recent.f orange. Seems that his thoughtful Brownlee and b""est. Joyce and Mr. Lappe stated that invited. leader of the Mohican Patrol and of the Bradford Barber
a on Mr.
'of here
4 a joy thing ; :5-year-old daughter, Mar y phrey and Marie Baugh, Is being resumed with a Edward Shull, Jr., Is the new Shop, N. Court street, was made

I''a perfecting forever the Agnes, had slipped them In while vacation from St. Louis, and head-. business full and complete line of baked City Council MeetsCity scribe and troop reporter. last week by Jimmie Cannon. W.
beach. Kingsley -
op land he wasn't looking afraid he In' for good ole naturalas The building wa remodeled Plans were made for an overnight J. Prather and R. 1. Morgan, the

1*lake. $have! from the bot. might have trouble finding some Leonard KInchen lookin' atyears good while closed. During the suspension Councilmen met In regular hike to leave from the Arm new owners said the business will

t, and a constructed thing to eat away from home ever behind the counter of five of business the Lappea semi-monthly session last Tues ory today (Friday) at 1 o'clock be continued with the same high

Those> sheltered bar- Canova's. after an absence the a vacation tour of 18 day. No action or proposal of and return Saturday at 4:30: o' standards of the past.

..e )little who attended Jotted: Pretty Paul- including a hitch in states enjoyed In the north. east and mid. measures were required it was clock. During the hike It Is expected : Cannon has moved to Palatka,
barbecue an'
1 light there Spotted Into 'Imadder'n Navy stated, and business was of a to qualify some tenderfoot where he has purchased Frank's
say 'tis. an Ideal in. Phillips coming cause she west. routine nature. Scouts as second class Scouts. Barber Shop on 327 Lemon street.
hen old -
wet the
a well .
the car got Sums Gahagan of Jacksonville -
and Powell
Pain;'; went somewhere and she had to news wheel has revolving the several days last week with Miss Lillian Stump returned Mrs. G B. Flynn and Mrs. R. G. Mrs. J. H. Rltch and Billy Peek

,mer little drive on stuck in the mud before getting So long See you.ln his spent mother, Mrs.\ Mattie P. Cahagan. Saturday from a visit with friends KIti'l spent, Thursday in Jackson spent last week-end at Jacksonville .

}(Irtarn evening but seems wait three hours scurryingaround next and relatives In Wilmington! N. C. ville. Beach.r .
Klckllter and loose Edna Carolyn.
thy Clair deserve on her new Job as a mem-



OT1CR OF APPLICATIU ( known. I In next four
FOR TAX I>KK1) All of said property being In the Witn "" my hand'el'kl end'U.,
County of Bradford, State of Flor at Starke, '
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ONE WOMAN'S OPiNICN 110"0149 Bill No. 1862 Ida (O..F1CIAI.Florida REAL 'hi' lulls tin
NOTICE IS HEREBY ()iVSN. Unless such certificate or c..rtl.I.flcates A.. Clerk or said! ?Our' J, tl
the holder of shall bit redeemed according Land. .
Established 1817B. that, T. J. Alderman Atty.rafor ,I'
the folowlng certificate haw filed to law the property' described In,
li. Matthew ..__________ Editor and OWDewPV' By Billed Ross said certificates for a tax deed to such certificate or certificates will I'lr.'I 11"I
be Issued thereon. The certificate be sold to the highest bidder at
numbers and years of lsi" <> the the court house door on the first LOST 52
........ Friday and Entered M Second CUM Matterat Almost everyone has read dog stories-per- I description of the property, Hinl' the I Monday In month of August 1-946. WEAR alzg Lbs.1
Weekly on 14
Florida. haps about a playful dog, a forlorn dog, or maybe I names In which It was avowed which la the 5th day of August, .... Go Do Mara AOAIp. '

tbe Pout Office at Starke. a dog that was faithful to his master to the end. are Certificate as follows No.: 14 Year ft Issuance 1946.Hated this 25th day of June, v... less a......R.....wo'f1I.....

rate there are and always will be many 1944.Description. I 1948. = .::..: : =:. '
At any of Property, I 1'/0 tlno. =
It Seems That. will be read Sec. M, TWP. A. J. THOMAS, I a.. --. __-..Ho...
stories written about dogs, and they I KMi of NE14 of SK'4' Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford W e
7 R R. 20 E., containing 20 acres r..v
set b.
eleme ...
back Florida.
because of their universal appeal. If we go Name In which assessed )'I. L. County why sw cry ehr VI"'s'
Guest Fjdltorlat by Win. M. Duncan -28 4t 1.n (OFFICIAL SEAL) I .w.r el..e Lank AYD.
memories Hough= m eh"y,44
somewhere In our
to our childhood days : .
t Certificate' No. 29 Year H Isl Iq tll.lnl tee

Opponents of Senator Bilbo, recently re-elected by there will be a dog. Charles Drlucoll writes about nuance 1944.Description. of Property, IN COUNTY CIRCUIT PLOUIOAl COt'RT. BRADFORD IN CHAN. M.w-.sAlc.l dactq.lo.t ..man.. II,., I

take satisfaction in the ,. dogs frequently, and Henry McLemore gets an Lots 39 In Woodlawn Sec. 1*, Twp. CKRY. -.e.. .Vi.M...dYr.. :aj
State of Mississippi can 4t RaWI
the eIsj c...
occasional word In about his pet pups, so I don'tti S, A R. 22 E., containing 10 res.Name Max Jacobs formerly known asMaxmlllan PI... .
National furore attending his campaign. He did not, at In a In which assessed Unknown Jakubonlo, Plaintiff vs. with this Ard p.JTLSMt "
( exactly
see why I can't too-althoul'h planch Jakut)onlc, Defendant. Case an* SMAitt. ..:. .?amt J r
any rate," win without a significant and bitter struggle. k dais! with the above mentioned writers! I Certificate 1944.Description. No. 61 Year Of Issuance No. 4917. .a Mi*:.to,off butter. dmq.'*tau.MtnpJv., ,y"t"i

There have been times when candidates of his ilk couldbe Now It Isn't my dog. you understand. It really belongs to my of Property, ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR --..AI/DS..b...tor,'11.,_. ........I..u;
W% of EH of 8W14 of 8S4$\< Sec. .......1.. Aboo.
eased into .office with only routine opposition-but little boy, John, aged 5. His grandmother. brought It to him from 1*. Twp. S, S. R. 22 E., containing STATE! OF whose FLORIDA residence to: and BlancheJakubonlci ad "MUN&Y",.d. only 5'cYfaataNi'.ni' ,4M
that day seems to have passed. There was something Monticello when It was six weeks old. Cute little thing it was then; 10 acres.Nbtne In which assessed Sclplo : New York 1049 Kelly Street, Bronx. I[ ..

You could call him and he'd perk theme little Went!: KOCH
German Police. up
like the handwriting on tiny You are required to appear on DRt'G'
looks Issuance
about Bilbo's race that Certificate No 66 Year of I I gar)
.. In the above named1
He's one August 12. 1946.
ears and come a-runnlng. John always did like dogs. Just 1944.neNcrlption. Phone
'' 3S
be that the country at large is tend Court and cause, wherein plaintiff]
It of ,
the wall. Property
may of those kids who seem to have a way with them. He always man SWVi of SWV Sec. 14, fVp. 8. seeks. dlvoree. Bradford County 'I Tear Out Thli \d A
ing to drop provincialism and to become genuinely fed aged to have them mind him, and somehow, with his unique method S. R. 22 E., containing 40 arras, Telegraph shall publish this Order Reminder

up with the few unprincipled officials whose presencein of training and great love for them, they always'turned out to be Johnson Name ; In which asseHaeq John .. t

In three months he had "Rusty", they spent certificate No. 94 Tea* of Issuance -
their the
Washington is a threat, not merely to own good watchdogs. 1944.Description. I

electorate, but to the well being of, all states.If a lot of time together, romping and playing for hours at a time. 1 A *'1 In of SW Property Cor ..,f fcli of When Your Tires Are Slick Time to
too rough Mississippi Just a boy and his dog. Sometime when he went,to feed him, John NWV i of $E'Sec.. 32, Twp. 6, 8. Re
these implications are on
his It. 22 E., containing 1 acre
would make Rusty sit down and "stake hands" before getting
it might be added that less than one-third of the State'swhite Name In which assessed Joe r nECAPPI

electorate voted-and that the result was not food. Johnson; ; AND VULCAMZIN[ (
Certificate No. 106 Year of b.
necessarily representative. Although his victory has Rusty's gone now. He followed Johnny off 'to church the other I I.uance 1944.Description. :/ ALL SIZE TIRES '
Sunday night and never came home. I know that the streets of of Property, ; AND
been blamed on Northern interference, such a conclusion I Lot S of Plk 4. Security: Home TUBES
adhere to the facts. Critics of the Starke must have echoed the name of Rusty all 'day Monday becausehe Site In NWVi of NWVi Sue. 2b, Twp.
does not closely
All week asked and looked, but 8. S. R. 22 E. 2t
for him !
looked we
everywhere. IIOUt
Senator were heard not only from the North, but also Name In which anneal od! Unknown i SERVICE
no Rusty. All during the day Johnny would come to me and ask, ; BEST MATERIALS
throughout the South.: Certificate No. 111 Yea.1 of Issuance .
"Mama, when will Rusty come home?" and at night I'd listen to his 1944.Description.
Bilbo is relatively unimportant in 'himself of I GRADE "A"
.. humble little prayers for his dog of Property, RUBBEJ
the of his utterances 8Wi; of SWU of SE'i Sec. 4.
course. Judging by depth Rusty had a harness on and we advertised for him, to I.guess Twp. 7, S.: It. 22 E., contorting 10 I Workmanship Guarant!]
he doesn't rate his notoriety. But he is a symbol. aer..". .
we're just not going to get him back,. but still we hope that he will Name In which asBenBeq T. O. i PHONE 79
The very fact that he is in the Senate, saying the things! be loved wherever he is. I Morgan;
he does, and standing 'for the, things heavows, is a Certificate No. 124 Te,( of Issuance -
Sqmehow this reminds me of part of a poem I read one time. 1944.
of 'a national weakness. A weakness {which I De"crlpllon'of ,
symptom all but somehow the two to together. Property STARKE TIRE !
It Isn't about a dog seem go S% of NEVof SEH & 0EVi: of SERVICE
tolerates and even endorses prejudice and antagonismsthat "You're surprised that I ever should say so?/ HEVi Se.... 33, Twp 7, S. t2a K..
are the opposite of democracy. containing 60 acres.
"Since no special reason I've given Name In which assessed Harden !
Prejudice-not just racial prejudice, but any kind "Why I say I shan't care for the music & Certificate Welnner; No. 131 Year of Issuance Temple Garage Temple Are

--can be evidence of 'weakness. Sometimes it is con "Unless there is whistling In Heaven. 1944.DeMcrlption.

sciously based on tloubt. Generosity, on the other hand, "Maybe you'll think it no very great wonder, NEH of NEV4 of Sec.Property 6, TVp, 8. 8.

is often the evidence of strength. Virtues, to make an "Nor so strange, or bold a conceit R. 22 E., containing 40 aCe ,
Name In which assented] Un- Get sweeter tastier bread!
over-simple comparison, be likened to ; ,
may money "That unless there's a boy there a-whlstling, known;
when one has a lot of the latter 'Tie can afford to lend "It's music will not be complete." Certificate No. 132 YefeF of Issuance .

some of it, and give a hand to those who have less. It says in the Bible, Rev. 22:13: that there'll be no dogs in Heaven, Description of Property I r& FLEISCHMAI
E% of SBV, of SWI. 8e0. S, Twp. use
If he hasn't a margin of saving he, of course, is in no and yet it seems to me that It won't be quite complete unless there'sa 8, S. R. 22 E, containing :SO/ ) acres.

position to share it with others. The same holds good boy' and his dog. Name In which asst>Di| ..d Un-

with qualities which go to make up strength of character If you should happen to see our Rusty, won't you please bring FRESH

-and by that we refer to such intangibles as reason him home?/ R

able self-sufficiency, ability, and the willingness to turn got F t

out a good day's work. Good character fosters self- IN: CIRCUIT ('0 I'R'I', RI4t IFOR1)COUNTY
., FI.ORIIJAI 1M VHANCKIlV. : Description of Property: Lots 5, 6.
respect, and those who rightly think they have it can : 7, 8, Blk 23 Town of Lawtey W of SALE t (
James William Oliver, Jr., Plain It 31'., Sec. 23, T. 6 8. H. 22 E. a\ ,4I'
afford to be helpful and cooperative. They can offer tiff. vs. Anne Wlngfleld Oliver, Defendant Name In which amieused: W. }t.1I11r" .

sympathy, understanding, free-heartedness all the Cane No. 4904.ORDER All".of E.eald t. property being In the

characteristics which go by the label "tolerance." Kind NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR County. of Bradford, State of Florida. 1

liness Is a small risk to the man who is sure of himself.It STATE Oliver OF FLORIDA, whose address to: AnneWingfell In I Unless such certificate I or certificate I r .
is, on the other hand, the one who most doubts 2(01 "M" Street, N. E. Apartment law* shall the be property redeemed accordingto ,#
D. C. '
No.2. Washington I wUi
himself that is the most prejudiced against others. You are required to appear on ouch certificate or certificates '3j ,'.
Annum &, 146, In the above named be sold to the highest bidder at the l<: > k J
There have been various of this ,
explanations door
quaint Court and cause wherein plaintiff court house on the first Monday FIRE *' ;;, ; .. ,"

trait in human nature, but whatever the explanation, Telegraph eeeka divorce.shall publish Bradford thl"County OrderIn which In Is month the 5th of day August of August 194U. : 0"X'A [ ',
the fact remains that those who 111611. __
are indiscriminately, next four weekly Issues H.<,
Dated this 3rd day of July 14.. + .1,', > 'lis:
W linen hand and official seal <
extremely throw stones.critical of others usually. can.il .afford to at 1941.Starke,my Florida thin June 29, Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court) A.of J.Bradford Thomas may cause a "",. .-.................:;:;;..-"

(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Themas, County, Florida.. 7-5 41 7-26 1
This, of course, is not to deny that there is sucha A* Clerk of said Court. serious loss. :Let FULL-STRENGTH I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast a._
John W. Milskoff, 1108 Graham IN! CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
thing as rightful superiority. Inequalities, in this Hlrtg, Jacksonville, Florida COUNTY FL01IIUAI IN CHAN-' working right away I All the strength of the yeast brin.

sense, do exist. But it seems to us that where thereis Atty. for Mf.- 7-5 4t T36IV Muriel CBRY.niadya McKenn Plaintiff, us check out all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer j

superiority-or shall we say, merit-the best way to riMCl'IT COURT BRADFORD vs. Francis Joseph McKeon Defen your sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness every ton
give proof of it is not through prejudice, but througha rniTvrv. FLORIDA iv: CHAN-' dant.ORDER Case No.OF 4916.PUBLICATIONAND ,

lack of prejudice-through fairness and sportsman CKHY.Robert: ., NOTICE TO APPEAR PoliciettCharley IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleischmann's
L. Kramer, Plaintiff v STATE OF FLORIDA to: Francis
ahip. Alma E Kramer also known as Joseph MfKeon, .whose residenceand full-strength, fresh active
Alma H Johnson,' Defendant. Ca. addresa Is: 1883 Brooklyn New' Yeast with
That this seeks E. JohnsAgency the familiar yellow label. Dependable
:: country peace, neighborliness and No. 41 IB. York. rU
escape from prejudice testifies to our democratic not ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on -America's favorite yeast
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR August 12, 1946, In the above named
to mention our Christian principles, and may well account STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alma 15, Court and cause. wherein plaintiff for over 70 years.
Kramer, whose residence and ad- Phone IS ,
seek divorce. Bradford County STABLE. FLA.y r.
for our success, our position in the front rank, dr"HH lit: 2 Clarden Street, Hartford. Telegraph shall publish this order
above those countries:: that have well-nigh destroyed Conn (or) Alma E. Johnson, 2 Garden In next four weekly Issues.

themselves in the welter of hatred. You Street are Hartford required to Conn.appear on at Witness Starke my Florida hand this and July official II, 194 seal. ::' j ;;
August 11, 194, In the above named (OFFICIAL J. Thomas .......
But the shame of it is that there remain elements Court and cause wherein plain- I A* Clerk I of S.t..Lcourt A /ffrtr
in tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County : T. Frank I.andrum. Starke Florida j.Representing THE TRAVELED Hartford a
our country Who harbor and prejudice and
encourage this
Telegraph shall publish OrderIn Atty. for Plf. 7-12 4t II.!
greed as opposed to kindliness and integrity. Insofaras next four my weekly hand and Issues.Witness official. seal I I -,-.

this nation has succeeded, and been made great, it at Starke, Florida., this July 9, 1949.
(OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas,
has been in
spite of not because of them. They must A. Clerk of said Court.T. .
not be allowed to sow seeds of unrest and antagonismsamong Frank Landrum, Stark, Florida
Aty for Plf. 7-12 4t 1-2 Shop refreshed. Have
the various peoples of the United States; they a Coca-Cola

must not be allowed to spread hatred that might defeat I:* CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD e
the very purpose for which its Declaration of In- -

dependence and its Constitution were founded. Tiny Shaw Plaintiff, vs. KMIthHhaw '
Defendant Case No.: 4S75.
These are the forces with which we are concerned: ORDER OF PUBLICATION

such elements as those of the Pacific Northwest who STATE AND ;NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: K.nth 1 y''I'f'

would not decently receive certain American soldiers Shaw whose residence Is 4001 14th
Street: N. W., Washington, D. C.
because they were of Japanese extraction'even though are required to appear on
they commended for JUIoi 1 48. In the above) named I 4. ;
were valor
against the Axis; those Court and cause, wherein plaintiff '
who would combat religious freedom; the Ku-Kluxers, seeks divorce. Bradford County y 'll / tr
Telegraph shall publish this Order
who' are anti-everyone except themselves and their In next four weekly Issues.

J 'chosen few, and who fortunately, are finding it tough seal Witness, at Starke.my Florida hand .and, this official JuneOFFICIAL '4'' Ih ,

gning- in Georgia; those found here and there in many 22) 1946 .
( SEAL) A. J. ThemasA ,
states, who are opposed to the welfare of the colored Clerk of said Court.

people, and try to arouse rancor against them: those Atty.H. C. for Raid Pit.win, Gainesville.(-23 Florida 4t 7-19,

I who look down on foreign nationalities in failing to t I NI

make distinctions between different types of culture 2N: CIRCUIT, COt'RT. BRADFORD
and customs, and regarding all not like ourselves as in .

tenor;; those Who would condemn the Semitic people Jerry Lee Wilson Wilson Defendant.Plaintiff, Ca.v.. Ruby No.

and are incredibly, callously indifferent to the thousands 48"

of that race, starving, penniless ORDER OF PUBLICATION
homeless who AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
wander over Europe-all that are left of the millions STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby
Lee Wllsan, who. residence Ie,Un
of Jewish
men women and children who were destroyed known. A

by the Nazis: ; and. far less importantly, snobbish "Blue July r1946gInr.the above cam --z.

Bloodgroups, seemingly typified by the D.A.R. who ... Coart and cause wh.reln plain. N I

apparently hold that all of us whose forefathersic tiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order

over later than the In next four weekly Issues. p pI
Mayflower have little
right to be Witness my hand and official seal \ \
... Americans, or to enjoy the privileges of such. I I N4.Starke. Florida, this June .lOFHfrCIAL I\ I\\\\\\ \ _

Those are the anti-American'' forces within our ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
I As Clerk of
said Court.
borders; scattered but nevertheless dangerous. If this Zarh II. Douglas Gainesville .Fla.
country i is to Insure Atty. for Plf. '.U 4t 7-11 I '
its future as a democracy, its in -

..11dlvldual citizens must be on the alert for them and their' NOTICH: OK T1X tPPLICtTlOV: DeIED FOR

prejudices; and not hesitate to speak out against them. H.... Bill N. ItIfI2 5'
OIVKN. friendly
But the times are encouraging. Things are looking of that the Clara following Mae Knight certificates the holder has pause makes a chore seem fun 1

up. The wide resentment against the campaign of filed said certificates for a tax

Bilbo, Georgia's battle against the Ku Klux, the nation deed Llfloate-to be numbers Issued thereon.and years The of cer-Is When shopping you can get one thing you didn't bargain onyoucan
suance. description of
wide resistance against communism, the lowering stat IUM.M..d r17 and are the a.name.follower In which the It prop.was get tired and thirsty! That's the time to enjoy the friendly

ure of the Mayor Hagues. the disrepute of the Petril- Certificate No It T.al' of I.. with ice-cold pause
.uanc. 1144.
at familiar
loes-suggest: that the country may yet and soon, red cooler. It's a grand chance

muster effective opposition to enemies of to park your worries for
j But the moment and be sociable.
fight will not lie easy, for we must combat 1g. Chi/shee Everyone -

norance-not necessarily of book learnln' but the kind; steps up with a smile at the invitation Have a Cbfc.om
that book learnin' .
does:: not always scem' help. The MM ro MALARIA?

greatest difficulty is- that the totalitarians .4. M At eked t. ..' > uN!)ti 'Coca.C.la andits.bb.rn'Cok.
riors and the war M."......... fcy aiUUenfer AUTHomr or THI COCA.COL4. CO.,ANT
against freedom do ? nth
not 666 the
understand, do not have yeers..,try MOMKX 4tn
insight as to their own motives IA,.- ...... STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING

.....1-- .ry..._ CO. c a


I t

I .
. various 'members.Misses -

Carolyn Johnson and visiting Mr. and in Mrs.Gainesville O. W. Barry were II I Lee STAT Lewis OK, whose FLORIDA residence to: Maudle Is Un- In newt four. weekly Issues. seal at Starke Florida, this June j As Clerk of paid
Friday afternoon Wltn... hand and official 20 \8411. CO'D"I
rocker Margaret Turner of Tallahasseewere known. my Path H. Douglas. I
You are' Required seal at Starke, Florida, this June (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S. Thomas '.\tty. for Pit.
present and rendered several Bill Plummer of Jacksonville August IS., 114'. In heshoveentmed 27. 194.. I
W. I\larker; special gongs which and &:cause (OFFICIAL 8. tIN'ou,1. J. Thomas
jlr..T' were en- spent the seeks *
( week-end here with his dl oc.. HradtordpCouoty Aa Clerk of .
s . S-/1 joyed by all. family. Telegraph shall publish this Order Zach II. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. ,b/ U m m m Delicious! t//
The next meeting Is scheduled In next four weekly IKHIIOB., Atty for Plf. 4-aa 41 7-19 :
Miss .
fTlSG: for Mary Allen of Tampa Is Witness m, hand and ofTWal' Baal Jl '
Missionary! So- Wednesday afternoon July the guest of her parents. Mr. and at Htarke, Florida, thin July 8. 1946. r d\U1S Pies Cakes
24th at 3 o'clock (OFFICIAL SEAL) IV rlllCI IT rOI-TCT. ltHAI>FONDrorvrY.
the A. J.
.In residenceof Mrs. Rufus Thomas. .
SWM held ta ,the Mrs. Beulah Harrell. Allen. Aa Clerk of said Court t'KHV.neorit FLOKIUII iv CHAM- ;,. (!t Cookies
Mrs. Arthur Edwards and n. H. Duncan SIT Lynch Bldn. _
church Wednesday afteraing Several of the local WMS mem- daughter Jarkaonvllle, Florida. 12. Jackson Plaintiff vs.Eleanors .
t and Marie, and son. Henry, Atty. for Plf. Jackson
at 3 o'clock, bers attended 7-1J 4t S-l Defendant Case
the presided and enjoyed the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. 'No. 4* 6. "r We specialise in cakes of
Harrell. WMS rally at Wateroak ORDER OF I
Beulah Fridayof M. Norman of Vanderbilt If: rtnrriT 'o..n-r 9W I>F>ORD Pt'PLJCATION
over !the gathering.fldy last week. Tuesday.Graham ("0.'NT"". FLO'UDt IN CHANHilda AND NOTICETO' APPEARSTATE all kinds
CERY.vs. OF FLORIDA to: Eleamore
concerned the coopprogrsm . . "' .. Plaintiff. Jacksone, whose residence IsPulxaka. -- .
l and several In- Forest and Billy Crosby are enJoying Krnent William t'arrott. Defen New York. r
: a visit -in Miami with dant. Can* No. 49" You are required to appear on
made by relatives JACK MUSGRAVE BAKERY
talkS were ORDER OF PUBLICATION July 22 ,1946 .In the above named
ng this week. AND>> NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Krneiit seeks divorce. Bradford County
Gainey are By Mrs. John McKinney William Parrott. whose residence Telegraph shall publish this Order 706 TEMPLE AVE.GROWER.
visiting In Jacksonville this week.C. l. In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
No.7. Oxford North
WATCIIeserves . .
hand and official
OUR ; C. Myers of Lake Worth Is e e lina.You I my
are required. ...
Best the guest here of Mr. and Mrs. R. SCHOOL OPENS August 12 194', In the above named on.. ____ -LJ__ __________ _n-_'_" ___--____--_- ____ _n ___ ":lI.
the F. Gano. The Graham school opened Court and .,cause wherein plaintiff

Pasco Mott of Gainesville was Monday for the 1946-47 term with child.seeks divorce Bradford and County custody Telegraph of. minor

the guest of his parents Mr. and and enrollment of 24 students. hal publish this Order In next four

9fiOatc Mrs. Sam Mott Friday night of Mrs. Oscar Crosby la teacher and weekly Insuea.Witness my..hand and official Real MR. TOBACCO' :

last week. principal of the school. at Htarke, Florida this July 8. 1948.
Austin and Morris Kelley of Mrs. C. B. Roberts was As Clerk of said Court.
Graham were Sunday guests of ( 11. H. Duncan 617 Lynch nidgr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W .Kelley. ping in Starke Saturday. Atty.Jacksonville for Pit., Florida. Plan Now to Get theDOLLAR

REPAIR O. R. Gano is spending this Mrs. Edward Broughton was a 7.12 4t 8-1
business visitor to Jacksonville if ciRcriT coi HT. RRtnpoiin
week in Perry on business. Thursday of last week. roi" TY, FLOHIIMl If (;JUN. I
Service Mrs. J. W. Kelley and Mrs. t'l*RY.
ustworthy Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Hines returned William C. Archer Plaintiff vs.
Nora Sapp were In Gainesville to their home in Long- Julia Lee Archer Defendant Case HIGH
No. 4896.
F. Strong wood Monday following a visit ORDER OF PrHLIOATIOM
ley Mrs. Bessie Branning of Jack here with Mrs. Lizzie limes who AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
sonville was the weekend guestof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Julia
accompanied them home and will Lee Archer whose .
137 Rest Can St. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Layhorn.Lee be address In. : 4024 renlilence and ,
their guest the balance of the Enly Road, Chattanooga .
JEWELER Green made a business trip Tenn. for Your Tobacco Leaf
BLINDING' summer. You are required to appear on
to Jacksonville :Monday.Mrs. July 39, 1948. In the .
SINCE 1941 Parry Starling made an emergency above named
Eva demons and daughter!; Court and. cause, herein plaintiff
trip to Mlam 1 last week seeks divorce. Prudford
Evon, were Sunday guests of Mr. when his son. DeWitt, was critic Telegraph shall. piibllxh thin County Order I
and Mrs. Tom Edwards in Worth- In next. four weekly IHHUPH. Sell on the
ally injured in an accident there. ''' atestarce hiind .." .. .. I
Ington Springs.T. Upon his return to his home here sea | 5'lorhla. this' JuneOFFICIAL .
W Markey was visiting Mr. 27 1948.
INSURECAMNIii'C Geilmann Saturday Mr. Starling stated that ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
and Mrs. Earl In Jack
his son had not yet regained con- A* Clerk of said Court :
sonville Saturday. J. S. ilarrlson Law Exchange Thdg.

Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of New sciousness.Mr.. and .Mrs. W. Edmondxon departed Atty.Jarksonvlllp for Plf., Florida 6-28 4t 1,19 LIVE OAK MARKETFlorida's

River was a visitor to Brooker -- I
Saturday for a visit in i\ : ii-r. iutlFOnn
!! Monday afternoon. Miami. ('M'NI'1'.Frt:;: Ii IV (.Ii IN. I
[SUCCESS Mrs. Earl Green and children Horace ('..:au',
McKinney is spendingthe ""I,. Hurdlce Sumner Martin Plain.tiff
were guests of Mrs. W. A. Hin- summer in Lutz with his sister v... Albert Daniel Martin, De
ton in Waldo Sunday afternoon. fendant Case No. 4H94.
Mrs. Graves
ORDER OF PPHLIfATirw Oldest-Florida's Largest
Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny AND. NOTICE TO APPISAH

spent Monday in Gainesville STATE OK FLORIDA to: Albert
on Daniel M..tln.1oI.M..
2-c, V 2 F
if"E C. B. Roberts Is confined to his N.IIVIFlee't Y. 1.i4.8.w York; Flue-Cured Tobacco Market

home with illness I You
this week. I arerequired to appear on
July 29, IIH6. In the above named .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland 'Court| and cause, wherein plaintiff

and son, Johnnie of Gainesville, 'r seeks' divorce, custody! and control
{F were visiting friends here Sunday. |'of minor child .Hrarifi,..rit County I 2,000,000 Square Feet of Floor Space
Telegraph"' shall publish this Order
W. P. Bennett of Palatka spent I In next four weekly """..... I I
fl I' Warehouses-Two Sets of '
the weekend here with his family. Wltnesn my hand And official Eight Buyers "
.seal at Starke, .
'' Florida, thl* June
Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny'27. IIHil
were in Waldo Saturday afternoon. I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I Last Year's Average Price : 38.96 per lb.
/' | AH Clerk of salil Cnurt
$ Lem Parrish and W. Edmondaon It. H. Duncan 517 Lynch llldir.! I
Friday in Gainesville on'Jacksonville Florida
spent Atty. for' Plf. 6-28 4t 7-19

business.Edd Parrish returned from I I I iv ('I net IT COI; IIIIAOKOIMI I SELL AT LIVE OAKSponsored
rol \TV Pl.OIIIIIll IV <'lll\:
I Miami Saturday where he was I <'Kill.Frank: '.

with DeWitt Starling who is in a M Itusno, Plaintiff vs. Janet
."..nan, Defendant. I'HHC No. 4KH3.
7/ JARS hospital there. OUDKH OF ITBLIOATION by Suwannee County Jr. Chamber of Commerce
Mr. and Mrs. C. Rhoden of AND NOTICE TO APPKAR
if Waldo were guests Sunday after- Russo whose address In 100 South .. . ..
--- - ---- --- --
RUBBERS PHARMACIST noon of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ben WllllamH Street. White Hall New -

York. [ w ,. .
; ;
And follow InetrnetkxMla '- nett. You are required: to appear on e v
July 29 1846/ In the above
Millard Varnes of Sagnpaon was
I Blue Book..To f., y-r ...N Phone 64 STAREE Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

Ado jour.._and.dd....._ the guest Saturday afternoon of seeks divorce. Bradford County .
On- Service W. C. Burton. Telegraph shall publish this Order

|mmat! 4OMPAMT.M..d.,...... I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sudrency In Witness next four my weekly hand In and ml"". official

moved to Gainesville last week seal at Starke, Florida, this June
26. 11 fl.
and will make their home there. A. J. Thomas,
Can Use More Pulpwood Aa Clerk of said Court.
I! . e e e (OFFICIAL SEAL)
D. R. Knight, Rtarke, Florida. No Wheat used

gJV WRITE TIMBER LAWTEYBy Atty.iv CUtC..l-r for Plf.. oot'HT. nmnpono I-U 4t 7.19

Container Corp'n.; of America. Fernandina. Fla. fOfNTV. FLORIDA IV!' IHAV.CUHV. : .
Mamie Crews :
e e e . O. ('. Edward, Lloyd Plaintiff, vs.
!dell It. Lloyd Defendant. Case,
:- L. P. Rafuse, Dick Thomas and No. ORDER 4873. OF PUBLICATION in Beer Ale

business visitorsto
Mr. were
Jacksonville Tuesday. O. Lloyd whose residence. and post
't iiW In Jacksonville office. address. Is 5(5 Meeting Htreet
H. C. Kelly was Charleston, B. C.
( several days this week transacting You are repulsed to appear on
L buslneas. July 25th 1940, In the. above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jacksonville seeks divorce. Bradford County
wheat is needed to feed the world'. hun
of Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ,
the her sister
OYSTERS next four weekly Iniues.Witness TODAY
Mrs. C. R. Crews Wednesday. rev hnnd and official' seal
TROUT PERCH BREAM Otis Forsyth returned to his June at Stark.Florida, 1943.OFFICIAL. this 21 day of Although wheat has never been a large

Base in Kentucky this v eek URAL) A..J. Thomas,
Army (
RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO after spending a two-week fur- John A. Clerk J. Henderson of said Court.Esq. St. Augus item in the brewing process, the brewing industry

lough here with his parents,, Mr. line Florida.

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry and Mrs. Joe Forsyth.Mr. Atty. for Plf. 6-28 4t ,.., has used no wheat whatsoever since the food crisis

and Mrs. Aaron Sumners i.v ciRcriT 'OI'RT BRADFORD

and children of Starke were Sun- rnrvTY.CERY. F.OIMUAI, iv C'N- arose in March. All of us-every American-can help

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neva Olamanro, Plaintiff, vs. Alfred

tLL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. Dewey 1I'arvey.Stapling No. ORDER 4H13.H. Ulamanco OF PUBLICATION, Defendant Case i during this emergency by cooperating with these three ..

machines Scotch tape; ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR '
punches, all types accoAnt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alfred recommendations from the President's Famine Emergency
paper S. OlartiAnco. whose residence Is 1844
books ring binders, and many 10th Avenue Hrooklyn. New York.
other Items at the Bradford You are required to appear on Committee:
It's t Cool July 29 194A In the above named
eIt's County Telegraph. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce, custody and controlof
1:01: CIRCUIT rorRT. Bi ADKonnCOl'MTY. said minor child. Bradford
DelightFul FLOHIUAI CHAVCERY. County Telegraph shall publish'/ this
At.xMoore Order In next four weekly .Issues.Wltnesn JL Cut down on wheat products onc-third; on fats
Grace Moore. Plaintiff. v. mv hand and official seal .
it's W.0 N.D. .E-Ref.U-L-I U..rend..nt. 'a". Nn 4923. at Btarke Florida, this June 27,
ANT NOTICI' (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, and oils one-fourth.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: (Irate Aa Clerk of said Court.T. x
Moore, whose residence unknown. Frank I*ml rum. Stark.. Florida.
to appear onAugust PIt. ,.18 41 7-11
You are required Atty for
12. 1946 In the shove! namedCourt l
and caws. wh.r.ln plaintiff IV CIBTIT ('*>!-HT. BR4HFOHIICOI 2-;
\Jacksonville seeks dlvore. Bradford County STY. FI.OHIUA.' IV ('HA!''I. plentiful foods.
Telegraph shall publish this Order CKRY.:
Iii next four weekly Issues.WHnees Eddie Wright 1 js. .
my hand and official J"lalntlrt.Jfatt .
meat at Stark. Florida, this July 11. vs. ,
5f Wright f
Beach /1f6OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) A. J. Thoma., Iiefendaot.ORDER .
Clerk or said Court. OF PUBLICATION :
7..eh H. Douglas, Oalnet .. Fl., AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 3. Waste NO food. .
for Plr. 4ta STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hattie
AU. M. Wrlcht, whose residence and 'It
AlI..,;' CIRCTIT eot'RT.: NRDPORDCOI post office address !I. 402 New .
in sfi/n /,.w J.Cks4.e.N, .Ib. () I11 !\ITY. FLORID" I" CHAN!' Street TlmmonsvlIIe, South Care- k

.'i .* RfA ONA l* JUfM Troy CERY.Varnea, a' minor, by Ev.r..tt Una.You are required to appear on -ff
.. his next rrl..nd. Plaintiff.v. the 25tb day of July A. D. 194.
AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS .. Bertha Watson Varnes. In the above nam.4 Coort ana J"MIMtll ,
No.403ft cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce.
. AND NOTICE TO TELEORAPH shall publish thla I '
MILE. LON BOABO WALK STATE OP FLORIDA to: order In the nest four weekly. I.- f

Varnes whose residence la sues. I'r
DIN I'll"' !
SEA FOOD SJnt City Hlliab.ro County. Flord WITNE8S. my hand and official ,
" 'f'oaLD'S BACII. ,seal at eUarke,. Florida, tills II day
FINEST DRIVING '.'Iulr.dto.. appear on of June.. A. D. 194*.
r You are
aoo". n.mod .1. THOMAS. s11t
14. I 144, In the
A".lIot eourt .nd eau".. wh..r.ln plain-1 As Clerk. ..f said Court. S'-f"
dlvor" Bradford COllntyT..I..r.p" (OFFICIAL DEAL) + .
tiff seeks shall publlob this Ord..rn John J. Henderson, Esq. J f r sL
four weakly I..u.. Solicitor for plaintiff. t-tt 4t 7..,
next ..
and official 0
i Witness -n nnrrrr corEr, ."ADrnltOC01''TY. '
Starke. Florida, this July 1 i.v *
eaal .t
114'. A. J. Thnrna.a .. -
of said Robert P. Harvey, plaintiff vsRema SHARE A MEAL EVERY DAY
\ Clerk ,OFPICIAL SEAL! > I- Harvey Defendant. Case
,Stak.. Florida. No. 49$.
k Knight
for Reservations I Knight'tbe. for Pit. T-11 It 1-2 ORDER AND NOTICE or PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

write er Sir. I 1:01: ('IRCrIT... FLORID'I /VACHA!%' L. Harvey, who. renldenc la Un
cot.r .known.You. JAX i BREWINC COMPANY. Jacksonville Florida
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE : CERY.. Lawl. Plaintiff vs. are required to appear on ,
William. D.r.ndant. Case July t', ..... In tn. above named
//'c.t -i&NIDA Naudia Lee. Lawl. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
>U\'II.U; DCACM \ So. /515.OP.DER: or PCBLICAT103ADD seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph
NOTICE TO APPEAR shall publish this Order
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children are visiting: ,:Mrs. Landrum's iv CIRCUIT 'cotrnTi.BRADFORD'I above. "'.",.
I SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. Birthday Observed Hartmann Making: parents in Jacksonville COUNTY. FLOK1UAI' .. 'IN: CHAN.CKOY. .I I Bradford wherein pymtfMer. > .e 1ft k.
and Doors this week. Paul Jess Lechalk., Plaintiff vs.' Publish
With Weiner RoastMr. deiet
Margaret Oma Harris Lechalk De w. kly |."U"H. C'.
Marvin Dunaway of Jacksonville fendant. Case No. 4993. ,I
and Mrs. George Qriffis en- For Wide MarketThe was the guest Sunday of :Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION at Starke.mVFK,1: ?.? and 01 tl,
Brown Hostess Bridge Club Members residence northof Miss 1946. ''hi.
tertained at their Hartman Furniture! and and Mrs .0. W. White and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret -
LakeThe Starke Thursday night of last Carol White. Oma" Harris Lechalk who.. address AO Clerk of SEAL,
Honoring Two SonsMrs. Have Supper at Novelty Company, of North In unknown. A. J
week honoring their daughter, John rourL
"all the Dr. and Mrs. L. Jackman and J. l7endereon
Starke, has these days You are required to ,
appear on tine E.
Gilbert Brown entertainedat Tuesday Night Bridge Club Miss Annie Mae Griffis, who cele. business It can handle." Owner Myron Hurtfleld returned to their Monday, August 18th, 1946, In the Atty. Florida for pf 48'1

her home litre last Friday afternoon entertained with a covered dish brated her eighteenth birthday Eddie Hartman said this week home in Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday _____ III
at the home of Mrs. A. Z. anniversary at that time.
supper following a visit here with Mrs.
that the plant has been filling
in honor of the birthday
Adkins on Kingsley Lake with Miss Griffis received many large orders from all parts of the Jackman's sister, Mrs. T. M.
anniversaries of her sons, Marvin, Mrs. Fred Guy as hostess. Magnolia lovely gifts In remembrance of with Hutchings. S
state, and recently eciais
native the occasion, and the guests enjoyed
Edward S leaves and greenery
7, and one from Huntington, West Virginia Mrs. J. F. Robb and children p
of decorated the room and the table a weiner roast, cold drinks, .
After a round spirited games have returned to their home In ,
was attractively arranged buffet and slices of the lovely birthday
refreshments of Ice cream and The shop Is currently turningout Columbia, S. C., following a visit
style on a brightly colored linen cake which was, trimmed in pink
cake were served, and favor were table cloth. After dinner the and decorated<< with 18 pink cane about 150 pairs of windows here with her mother, Mrs. Fay. Ladies Dresses

gaily colored balloons. guests enjoyed three progressionsof dies. and 100 'doors per week. New Gill.
assisted by When were tallied I Those included; service will be added in two weeks :
Mrs. Brown was bridge. scores present << Nick IN CIRCUIT COfHT. RRADFOIID
Mr. J. C.' Sapp, Mrs. NJ Carson Mtas Frances Peek was awarded Griffls. Larry O. Griffls, Lucille with the Installation of a high CERY.COUNTY FLORIDA!' .IN CHAM- Greatly Reduced
high prize for club members -. speed motor for manufacture of .
Geiger, and Mrs. Julia Shaffner In Posy, Mrs. Annie Goodman Mrs. MlckeleMorleco Plaintiff vs.LouiseMorlMo
and Miss Della Rosenberg Lillie Mae Carroll Mrs. E. Nor- novelty siding,flooring and special Defendant. Case No. 4D48.
entertaining and serving the following I stated that ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND 16.95 reduced
received high for visitors. Mrs. man, Mrs. Ellen Luke, H. E. Grlf- mill work. Hartman << NOTICE TO APPEAR y to 12.95
young guests: Gayle Shaf R. O. Kidd and Mrs. Halite Jones' fis, Mrs. Maggie Grlffis, W. J. the motor, has been procured to STATE OF* FLORIDA to: Louise
fner, Archie and Judy Green Joan awarded prizes at bingo. I serve owners of small saw mills Monaco, whose residence and address -
were Thornton Morel
Wiley Coby
201 and Park
Is Avenu.
: Troy 12.52 reduced
and Sonny Tenley John Adams, The following guests were present -: Luke, Ercell Luke, Miss Bernice about the county who have foundit Place, Brooklyn. New York. :
Bobby and Wayne Sapp, and Ellen I to enjoy this delightful affair'I' Cooper Daniel I. Phillips Mrs. necessary to haul their rough You are required to appear on ;
J. R. Wainwright lumber to Jacksonville. The outfit August 19. 1948. In the above named '
Geiger Mrs. : Mrs. '
with Guy
Essie Phillips, Joyce Phillips, Court and cauaa, wherein plaintiff 10.95 reduced to .6:95:
Mrs. Arthur Holllday, David Phillips Dick Luke, H. he'said, will have a capacityof seeks divorce. Bradford County

Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. W. H. Graham Rhoden, Miss Betty Lou Crawford, 15,000 feet of flooring a week. Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this OrderIn

Mrs. T. K. McClane Mrs. W. Mrs. Ollia Ellington, Dorothy Ellington Equipment in the expanding Witness my hand and official seal 5.00 reduced to
JO JO'SGARAGE C. Powell, Mrs. Vernon Sllcox, '. Mark Luke Edward Rho- Hartman' factory now includes at 19 4ft.Starke, 'Florida,' thin July 17. 3.95

Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Mrs. Hallle den, Mrs. Bessie Warren, Miss two shapers, two rip saws, one (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Jones Mrs. Glen Wood, Miss Lucille Warren band saw; one planer, a mortising As Clerk of said Court.T. .
Kathryn Earl Griffis,
Fla. E
Frank Landrum, Starke ,
Miss Louise Snyder, machine, two drill and one
Mitchell, presses
James Griffls, J. C. Anderson, Atty. for Pit. 7.19 4t 8-9
Miss Delia Rosenberg, Miss Frances and Donald Martin. cut off saw.
Peek, Miss Madge Whigham, A personnel of six Is employed IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
Miss Lillian Stump, Miss Evelyn CatlettCrawfordEnjoy with R. W. Nettles as shop fore. COUNTY.. KI.OIUUAI IN C1IA.NCKIIT. -

Stump. man. Mary Uudlnl, Plaintiff. vs. Anthony
Dinner Event Uucllnl Defendant. Case No. 4944.! '
General Auto Club : ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 29.95
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Catlett of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anthony
RepairsElectric To Sponsor DanceThere Crescent City have announced the Local Items Budlnl.t'esanatlco.whose residence.Province and of addressIs Farll.. "- MEN'S

engagement and approaching marriage Italy.
will be adance sponsoredby ,
.. to
r e. of their daughter, Hester You are required appear on
r the Saint Edwards Recreation August 19 1946 In the above named
from 8 o'- Elizabeth, to Herbert W. Craw Miss Mamie Anderson of Archeris Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
and clock Club, until Saturday midnight night In Saint Edwards ford' son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Telegraph Seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish this County OrderIn Sport t S Shirt

Parish Hall on 'Temple Crawford of Starke. The marriage Davis this week. next four weekly Issues.
AcetyleneWeJding will be an event of August. Rev. A.'0., Rice of St. Augus- Witness. my hand and official,
avenue. seal at Starke, Florida this July '
time spent last weekend,with Mr. 17. 1946. 1.95, 2.95
DID YOU KNOWthat Baptist BrotherhoodThe and Mrs. L. A. Davis. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
Clerk of said Court.T. .
more people use Florida Llvra Mrs. Bruce L. Davis and on Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. 4.95,5]
r Tone, the Pep-up laxative, to relieve regular monthly business Powell of Arcadia visited Sunday Atty. for Pit. 7-19 4t 8-9

Route 13 At North constipation, sour stomach and program meeting of the Broth with Mr.,and Mrs. E. M. Davis. IN ("..'(TIT'COIICT.- BRADFORD (Irregulars)

Limits and the misery caused by indigestion erhood of the Baptist Church was' Billy Peek of Chicago. Ill, is rot'\j'1'Y.. FI.OHIIIAl IN CHANCKKV. -
City held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'-
? The reason: It satisfies. visiting his uncle and aunt Judge Antonio VIllanueva, Plaintiff vs. ,
Start today, feel grand tomorrow. clock in the church education and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Encarnuclon Nunes Villanueva, De.
Pat Patterson Mgr. TONE la sold building. A delicious'dinner was Pendant Case No. 4142. Men's Pan
and It. G. Duncan left Wednesday ORDER OF PUBLICATION:
Stores. prepared served by some of I AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATF. .
at all Drug for Los Angeles Calif., where he
the women of the church and a OF FLORIDA to: Emceenaeion
will attend the Shrlner's convention -, Nunes Villanueva, whose
iollowed.program and business meeting which will be held In that residence and address. la: Emana1'nntebedra 9.50 & 10.9
Blanchard Law and Carrll. Spain.
Tom cltv. While enroute Mr. Duncan I I You are required to appear on
Harding were In of
THEATRE charge will visit various points of In August 19, 1946. In the above namedCourt
I the program and S. E. Sparks and cause, wherein plaintiff
STARKE gave a talk on the value of terest. seeks divorce. Bradford Counter
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn USE ROBBINS' ,LA Y.AJV{ AY PL.tIRobb.ins
June Caldwell of the State Farm
church membership. About 23 next four weekly Issues..
people were present to participatein and Joan Dinkins are visiting Witness my hand and official
Sun. Mon. July 21 22 this gathering. Barbara Moore at Kingsley Lake seal 17. 1946.at Starke, Florida thin July

this week. OFFICIAL SEAt' A. J. Thomas
"THE VIRGINIAN"Joe A* Clerk of said Court.
Men's Bible Class Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin are 1'. Frank J.anelrum. Starke Fla.
visiting this week In Jacksonville. Atty. for PIt. 7-19.4t S-9
McCrea Brian Donlevy : Has Fish Supper Bill Long who Is attending the ,
Barbara Britton
Sonny Tufts summer session at the University

Tues. Wed. Thurs. July 23-24-25 Class Members of the Baptist of the Church Men's held Bible a of Florida a few Gainesville days with his is mother speeding .,. s V' F\\0 R,,M' ER, /''L Y, SJ.E R',fi BE R G'

fish supper at Gold Head Branch Mrs. F. H. Long.Lt. .
"DARK CORNER" Thursday evening of last week. "
Col. T. T. Long left Mondayfor
After dinner a short was
Lucille Ball Clifton Webb Wm.-Bcndix held under the direction of B. D. Ft. McClellan, Ala., after
spending two weeks here with his
Law and S. E. Sparks. A social
wife and
Fri. Sat.,- July 26 27 hour of Impromptu talks and family
DOUBLE FEATURE songs followed. About 28 members Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee U
were present to participate Mrs. Madge Futch -Miss Made wwTMQATne
in this gathering.Ladies Brownlee, 'dAi' their guests Miss "I never kiss a girl except on -

"GUNNING FOR VENGEANCE"With .. :Mary Brownlee, Miss Joyce Hum great occasions." '
phrey Mine 'Marie Baugh of St. "What'do you call great oc- STARKE FLA
Charles Starrett. AuxiliaryThe Louis Mo., and Jim Stitch of casionsV''Whenever _

and Ladles Auxiliary of the Washington C.,. spent the day I kiss a girl." .

First Presbyterian Church will Wednesday at St. Augustine Fisherman t "I tell you It was
"A LETTER FOR EVIE"Marsha Beach.
meet Tuesday''evening at 8 o' that long. I never saw such a
Don McCann of Augusta. Kan.,
clock in "
the home of Mrs. C.F. fish.
Hunt John Carroll arrived Tuesday to join his wife
Ward. Mrs: May Dicklns is In Friend "I believe you." NEW
and family who have been visit.
charge of the program and members -
RITZSun. and friends are urged to be ing. Mrs. McCann's parents, Mr. And we suspect the, reason they
and Mrs. W. L. Blair, for the
present at this Important meeting. past call money "jack" is because it
Mon. July 21 22 month. takes such a load off a fellow..

"THE LOST WEEKEND" Methodist Men Miss for Amy Seattle Coburn, Wash.left, where Wednesday she By charging less "jack" for bet Opening Schedule

To Have'Breakfast wil) visit her sister, Mrs. Hugh ter service we take a load<< off

; DeWater. i,your mind. Gas, oil and lubrication
j The Methodist Men's Class is Mr. and Mrs. Neal Goss of at rock-bottom prices, means
- - - -
sponsoring a breakfast Sunday Gainesville will spend this week. that If you bring your car here
- - - .- .
morning, July 21, from 9 o'clock end with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. regularly, you'll have more "Jack"to
until 10:45 at the Woman's Club Mundy. Mrs. Goss will be remembered spend for other things.

T.announced H. Osborne this, secretary-treasurer week. Those planning Gainesville.as Miss Mr. GOBS Helen will Steeleof leave GULF OIL PRODUCTS' ,:":. BeginningMonday I

Why Pay More to attend are requested to soon to attend dental school at Washing PolishingGreaslog

so notify Mr. Osborne. Emory University.Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Theartt of

\ ,. Mrs. S. P.-Vandivere of Bay Miami have recently move tb Temple & Lake July 22
Pines, Fla., last Starke. Mr. Theartt is now em-
for Your spent weekend Service ,
,II with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Al ployed as a druggist at Koch's Station
derman. Drug Store.
Phone 179

Groceries & Meats? Recent Births Mrs. T. Frank' Landrum and I As Follows :

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop announce -

the birth of a son. Harold SaturdaysSundayIrftQfvM.

Arthur, In. July 13, at the Ala- 4 :,for the announcement date .

You'lIFind Our Stock chua ville. County Hospital, Gaines of the opening of our

Slenderizing Department
Mr. and Mrs. James 'A. Lewis .; .
:: Priced at announce the birth of a son. PERL'S BEAUTY MART I

James Adams Lewis. Jr., on Wednesday .
July 11, in the Alachua 707 W. HAMILTON LAKE CITY FLA.
Same Always
Live and Let Live; ..I'; .County Hospital-Gainesville. as ,


Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass of

Pri Atlanta Ga., announce the birthof
a son, Eugene Willard Pass,
on July 8 In Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. More people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. Week Days

Pass is the former Miss Elise It oust be...
Green of Starke.BARBARA 4t ,
-- 1

Grocery Mr. and Mr*. J. T. Kirkland. Jr.. 3:30: P. M.
announce the birth of a daughter,
Barbara Ann, on July 14.
Mr. and Mrs. William McPeak,

And Starke, boy. June 27.
Mr. and Mrs: C. E. Norsworth Midnigb1
Lawtey girl July 1. Closing at l

Mr. and ,Mrs. N. C. Coleman,
Starke, girl. July 2.

629 N. Walnut Telephone 86 Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Pop Starke, AIE Eft.e ?

e girl. (Sylvia Jeanette), July 3. -.. ..-- As 'UsualwaE

-- - - Mr. and Mrs. p. M. Besaer,
- - - Starke girl .Mary Ellen). July Ae./a aSyw-a.wla a s rlwyy C-,. ay ee.*yal




Jl'LY I9, 1946
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(BITS f."LO.C\L NEWS I Irch Gaines Mra. Ruby spent Johns Wednesday and L. M.in dren Mrs spent Marvin')at Lawson weekend and In chil-Au- i 'Mr. and; tfr,. L, C. Klckliter of Miss! -- Mr. and Mrs. W R. Morse, Miss

Tampa. burndale.Mr. Stuart are guesta this week of ed ylt+ia Morse and Richard Mono
Jr.. who la at- Mrs. Mary Ray and granddaugh Rep. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and and Mrs. R. L. McDowell J. F. Klckliter1 -at Kingsley Lake. visited !' Saturday from a vaca

Thomas summer session of the ter, Shirley Vaughn, of Peters- Paul E. Canova attended the Legislative I and their sons and daughters-in- Mrs. T. F. Hutto and son, Peter. Wall."h trip to Mrs. Morsels home

:Dr the University of burg Va., are visiting their rela- Caucus in Tampa last Friday law, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McDowell Franky, have returned, from a W. In Weston, Mass While '

ICbool ,pending several daysda. tives Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Red- and Saturday and were guests and Mr. and Mrs. J. p. McDowell, three weeks' visit In Jacksonvillewith lug they visited other points of

Iswith hiS family before return- grave and other members of the of the the City State of Tampa. A majorityof all of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mra. Hutto's mother, Mra. ", In New York, Penn., and

enroll in the next session. Redgrave family. Senators and Rep- Mrs. John Uglow and Mrs. Carrie I Mabel Denmark. H. C. I,

W110 u attendthe : resentatives were present as were Ward enjoyed a II" ...,
F. Smith Jr., Mrs. C. W. Sinclair of Douglas all Cabinet family reunionat
members with the
summer session at the Ga., Mrs. N. K. Hurst and sons ception of the Governor. ex- Kingsley Beach all day Sun-

Imtt of Florida Is spendingtfdsw Needham and Bill, of day. In addition to picnickingand
\ between sessions with Ind., and Mrs. W. Indianapolis.S. Mrs. M. F. Brown and children swimming, the occasion also
Slade of Marcus and New Goods New Goods !
rather, L. F. Smith Douglas Ga., are house guests this ing the are occupy- served to Intro d u c e the new
Mooty spent ThursIrI week of Kingsley Lake home of daughters-in-law into the family
Mr. and
Harry Tom
Gainesville visiting Mr.yrs. Kingsley Lake. I and Mrs. Eldridge Smith circle SCHVINNBICYCLES\/
I while Mrs.
I Milton St. Joe Martinez. spent' the weekend I Smith and daughter, Mrs. John Prather and, John
Ruby Lllley left sMonday: In'Tampa on business.Mr. Dianna, are visiting relatives in Prather, Jr., of Jennings, La., are
Shubuta Miss. Mrs. Brown has .. Hammocks 7.65
vacation trip and will visit and Mrs. L. S. Hutto guests of Mrs. Fay Gill. ,
It Interest in North CroI returned -.as her guest her mother Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark returned -
tJ of by plane Sunday from J. ,.
Fitzgerald of Tampa. to their Steel Hammock Stands 8.50
and Kentucky be- home in Miami -
>Vlreinia.! Orangeburg S. C., where PARTS
they attended .,
Mrs L. S. Hutto had last week '", t "III \ 1"
[rotag on to see her parents the funeral of Mr. Hutto's as recent following an extended!
Ill. brother-in-law guests her brother and sister-in- visit here with )[1'1I. Clark's parents -
On and
fund Mrs T. Frank Lan- their return law Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ritter of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain

,(( have as their .guest their for a few days trip with they Mr stopped and Mrs.off Hamlet N. C. They returned to wright Sr. Tarpaulins, 12 oz. Very Heavy

Idi+, Joe Rogers of Akron, P. S. Hutto In Savannah their home Tuesday.Sen. For home portraits call T. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Ga. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Osborne. s.e' ad on page 8. SEE THEM WATERPROOF WINDPROOF

L wedding portwats ee T..H. of Atalanta. Winburn Mitcham, attended the Legislative Caucus, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto of NOW ON DISPLAY
were guests of his in Tampa last weekend. Savannah Ga. TO U. S. GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATIONS
See Bd on pK S. aunt Mrs. W. G. Haile last Sat- I> were guests of Mr. -
Among those from Starke at-; and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mr. and

urday.. tending funeral services for Harry Mrs. H. E. Tucker last weekend. NEW SHIPMENT 10x14 13.80 10x12 11.95
WoOd tin Halle
GET THESPEEDY 'Joined his wife M. Agin In Waldo Monday after-I Mrs. H. V. Knight and daughters -

and baby at the home of his parents noon were :Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Merry Beth and Nancy Lee, TRICYCLES 7x10 7.35 r rI
SURE Mrs. W. G. Halle Register Mr. and Mrs. Freeman I spent Tuesday with Col. and Mrs. I
here last
4'' RElIEFFORACPINPIGFSTON Friday then continued to Register Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. L.' D. E. Knight.Mrs. .

their home in Orlando Mrs. Halle Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ren-I, E. S. Matthews left Mon Strawberry Hoes 1.00 to 1.25

I had been enjoying a two weeks' nolds. Sheriff A, O. Andreu, A. J. day for Marianna where she will

visit with her mother-in-law while Thomas, Lex Green. A. W. Red. Join her son-in-law and daughter, MODEL PLANES

I Mr. Haile attended a special training grave, P. L. Bridges and Ray Col- Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and lOc to 10.95

I I course of the In Atlanta. He Is manager ley.Miss Jeannette' McLendon on a vaca 20 Gal. Galv. Garbage Cans 3.50U.
I Exterminating Ruby Fugat and Mrs. Ab tion trip to Mexico City.
Company, at Orlando.Mr. Spencer of Jacksonville will ar- Mrs. Carolyn Kinney and son, E. Heavy 24 Gal. Garbage Cans 8.75

and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright rive Saturday to visit their sisters Wayne are spending two weeks
of Tallahassee I BIGGS & BAKER
were guests last Mrs. C. A. Darby and Mrs.J. in Columbia, S .C. They returned

weekof Mr Walnwrigfet's parents, R. WainwrIght. i with Mrs. Kinney's cousin Miss
site's Drug Storr Mr. and Mrs. N' D...Wainwright, :Mr. and BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
Sr.Every Mrs. T. W. Oliver left Mary Carter, who was a recent 213 E. CALL ST.
Sunday for Fernandina where I guest of her uncle and aunt. MI' I

they will visit for a few days. I and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. ., ... ..." 1







I. C. \WALL, AGENCYPlease FIRE h June 29, 1946- rno, June 30. .1945


Phone 146 Loans and Discounts . . $ 61,546,614.08 vv ? '. $ 45,448,292.23

Banking House & Furniture f *'" ,**' *.U: l :;' Si'

Including Office Buildings . ... : .;r w" 5,171,345.98 ">,i 5,134,542.44

Other Real Estate Owned -' 126,318.39 302,104.28
.,. .. .
-'i' u "i *;.T tfc M- > *< >** <*! u ? -* -
'. ,' '
I SALE-well equipped>> factory FOR SALE Kerosene hot waterheater Prepaid'' Expenses .1.' 53,337.01f':, ;, : / 38,852.63
Hit houra trailer, I57S.OO iWUI' ,, In good ,condition, Stern'sGarace f' ,-
.. ,tJ r
Scott 605 Temple>> A nue. Starke, Fla. It "
F I rk;.. Fla. Itp 23 313.92 4,695.10Customer's
110 H\\AIU.tor, Infoinmtloii ur Other Resources fO'f .
'T'ED-'hlte' lady' 'or nettled I, return of wire-haired tux terrier. t
hit. girl' to a..lat In hou.. puppy, lost at Kinn ly Lake Letters of Cr. 328,604.18 485,145.45.
ork. Two nights weekly and I Wednesday afternoon. Please contact Liability a-c -
[jtdayj off. See or write Mrx. decree Flynn. III W. Jeffcrson "
Rite, 117 Bast Call street St., or phone 127. Itp
ark. ;tp to 7-" I I II Accrued Interest & Income Receivable $ 1,334,278.71 $ 879,612.32 t
I FOR RENT-one email house nearFarmers' '
l HALE-Missionary strawberry I Market. R. A. Newsome,I '
Hnt, SO thousand or'more. J. 333 Cherry street /Btarke }Fla. U. S. Government Securities 184,134,924.59 i 151; 370,554.e)1: .
3827 l>nox Ave., Jack. lip
",1111. Fla. St to 8-2
)0'01SAL burner Florence oil Florida County: & Municipal Bonds 22,905,037.52 23,095,245.16
I RENT- -room cabin lights stove, (0-pound capacity Icebox, a
ft watts I* third house on left a complete Simmons. bed. Mm.' '.
"h of Farmers' Market. $5.25 Harrington North Church street 380 50.00
Bank Stock 476,100.00
Reserve -
tk. Federal ,
|' E. A. Edwards At Starke. Fla. lip .
Sat 2t to 1..1

I. SALE-PIneallple pears.: Olle FOR bath/8AL.B and-modern pre-war convenience.house with Other Securities . 1, 319,929.14 1,271,732.46Cash

I'feM.of town on old Lake But- In 8tarke furnished or anfur-
|r traded road. 11.50 a buihel. nlxhed. Reasonable for cash. Inquire -
p Andreu, Starke 404 East 10th street Htarke.Up. on Hand & Due from Banks 97, 221,644.45 307,391,914.41 100,249,998.70 277,248,092.65

3tambridge< and Fowler, 1041 FOR SALE-Baby carriage In rood
at, D pot .treet, phone 8194. condition. Reasonable. 316 Kast
Inevllle, Itp Madison street Btarke. lip > $374,641,447.97 $328,661,724.88

'"*k.tr Missionary etrawberry 1 LOST. STRAYED OR STOLE 10 .: o.
[ant." by bed or by thousand. hags. One la black bar marked
nh second runners. B. J. Btar- I split up & under bit each ear; LIABILITIESCapital '
Crosby Lake. 2tp I one Is spotted low marked crop
up & under. bit one ear A split '

11'h.SALE., dre.ee: Rags. bed., lamp. ft white under& bit red In spotted other; eight pigs unmarked. are Stock . ;, ), -- $ 6925000.00 $ 6825000.00;
I and other! houseL. Wainwright, ;
Id II. C.
furnishinge' '
.... I.Ji moving.and equipmentliuftm See Louis Lawtey, for reward. 2t to 7-28 Surplus . J 10,195,000.00" 6,721,000.00
307 .jy .
East ,Call street .'f'o\
!nrke FOR SALE:-1 38 Ford sedan food I

1 ten body holatry., tires.Apply and paint.at "'.Clean E. Orlffl. up.. Undivided Profits . 7:-r.> ; 1,329,754.34V 4 ::;:i 1,122,238.02

rOt'R ..' Fla Itp

tS8 PROPERTY I 11"01SAL&aG acr... 18 acres In Reserves 1,671,882.22 ,* 1,353,614.24.
: ,
large heavily-loaded bearing pe
.... About 25 pear. and "
t can other tre.trees. Grove Is f In excellent Reserve for Income Tax . 1,515,474.60 .; 1079241.40
condition. Good dwelling house j.
STaOUT--'c' :T:"' barn and other build Inl(.. Seeown..r. '
L. J. Frevatt, RFD 2. Box Dividends Declared not yet Payable 4,187.50 12,187.501Bills
C..a.... dveetraer .r _._ I49-A, Starke. ((3rd house on ; .f
try ..... -2S 4tp /., *
.rty. Ha r.d..vetHer. Brownlee Road. '
881... ., .._ 750,000.00 1,400,000.00Other
Faraa- Payable : $
,j .J"jr*.. all __. tY.A FOR SALE Missionary berry
,Ljj ..*. .. plants, tint year new groun .
>.STROUT REALTY AGENCY By bed or thousand. J. D. Bowers Liabilities 249.00 240.99
2 miles eaat
'' place Road 261
I presented Locally By' of Btarke.-ateve Wetdon. .
IrC.. IIOLLINGSWORTH ,-14 lot I Interest & Income Collected not Earned 181,372.62 104,117.59

U8 So. Walnut St. FOR RENT T-room house mile

went Thereesa. on old Hampton 1 362,139.80 495,283.64
road. Furnished. Modern Convenience Letters of Credit -
ot call klrrf) r.fto- *. Screened porch. 8.e J. E.I
5,4: ,',,turDI'ure ..* McKlnney at hou".. Zip to 7-U I
pphol.ttd.d $
I/.STpr.-GS-"01. MATTRESS co..E'o FLIES orBomb.t I Deposits: U. S. Government $ 19,790,900.68.: 30,728,789.25All

., "Ia. IfIt NO ROACHES yoU u..e ANTS our theukeroean. }; 331,915,487.21 351,706,387.89 '278,820,012.25 309,548,801.50
It tALETwo Thill Ie not I Ityp. Other Deposits -
.axophones floor
.". .. Lasts for w..k.-Aut".
.. Dlenlla H
?i I? 6.nch.> rindtabs.. Fountain. .
1..bl Si.F'Jra u'Plua property lot';
'*''ard.P! Blandin.' J. Maurice tt I I FOR I In front HAL.E-of 4-room Conway's houseI Air Park. $374,641,447.97FLORIDA $328,661,724.88
Arle Brown
11,000. Inquire Fla. it to 7.19HOME ti' ... ,
.SALE Starke.
f Ii,. OR EXCHANGE-H orace.s. 2. box 141. .
i'"n Ud milk SatUfao- LACNDRT three blocks
i. tuar.nt.ed.t Dowlln Broth- from on 7,7nerof qr.| rS1
HI.b"a" dtGrand
U, hug
'.rk'. ria. Plaq.e 113-J. Eleven .
6-2 4t M.... J. A. Howard. it to '.11
,! wASrED-FJn.Jtawl-.. SAMnew Mls.toiiary straw-
,: q'ln. available Brad- FOR thou"and.
In b" bed or
..an"iS2'- Product. old 25 berry plants 32.wolt Deleo electric. light
d'' ..t.mll'ea. Nearby D alliorl ALSO radio. C. Let""h or H. ', ., GROUP of BANKS .
mala ln. naU of fliO Warren, Stark., Fla. H to 1.9 '
'"Jor. many Week. nusln s '.
<1. For furnished FLORIDA BANK
full _
,q .. 0<.227.13 101'. R. w 1 slch'> D pt. I FOR house RENT, modern 5-room conv.nl..n. In. At Starke Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I' At Bu Glade
Memphis. T nn. I' miles from Slark.
1-5 3tDf SP. w..le". L.
;.'ALF--4.roo"! ", and street Starke, Fla. Itp FLORIDA At Orlando COMPANY At Port St. Joe> At Key Wed
two ands come At CWpleyFLORIDA
ferea with Kean'onable.
f.rk. 7? loeat.d mile east of FOR SALE-Plneappl.. 121 Lafayette p..ar. At Dayton IXu-h FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK FLORIDA BANK
< kra Blandlnr road.
lot t Run ar e l'T. Clrit Un Starke. Fla. 21p IItre"'j NATIONAL BANK FLORIDA NATIONAL B.1'lKOKIOA NATIONAL B.tNK At Orals At Ft. Pierce

Daet CooteBtore./ 7-11 2tp s.ALE--One Poland. I At Lakeland .\t. Bart_ At St. Peterwburi
nnp. >upie to operate tourist eight months ab".u'lZ&O TRUST
"'t' tractive proposition: pound. Can"H. seenghat. I IYor.land BANK FLORIDA NATIONAL B.INK FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK tt TRUST COMPANY a TRUST COMPANYAt .
rr. 1o'.k. FLORIDA
kna j Carl ItD
Stark., Fla. It to '-1' street Srarke. At Coral Cable At PeDaaee. of ,Jacknoovlllo At Miami West Pam BeMh

;tALF: sALE-Mtsalonar'strawberry,
pry.ry. ..en.. f a h FOR
*" .> jelW?" *' IIt.rke on plant hr bed right.or thoueanfed LIMA\ ,
D. Faxon. year. :at to S-l
,jtp, & ; .1t Uoute ;. Starker! Fla. I I4Y



. .STheressa :Miss Hilda Brown of Hampton meets at 7:30: Sunday night and I Miss Ida Hagan, Colorful Theressa Citizen, I Arthur STATE AND Edwards NOTICE OF FLORIDA, .TO whoa APPBAtt to residence!Eugene STATE ANn IPOTIcS OP' lI'LOIUnA'N) &1'I't
will be held at the Bap- I Woods whose
services 10'
the guestof and Democratic Committee"Aunt Is unknown. residence h
weekend as
spent the Serves Red Cross You Ii"
tist Church Sunday night at 8 o'- You are required to appear on are r"'IUlred "
Inez Neel and "The Trlest August 12, TOts, In fh. above named August I'. 194B, In 10
clock Ida" Hagan, of Theressa, "Aunt Ida" Is not sure when Court and cause wherein plain ed Court and cau...the Ib.1
Ky Eva Mae Trivet Twins." Among those from Theressa at- conclusion that I her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jesse tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County, tiff seeks dtvoree "'h''lft
baa arrived at the Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph up t r.14
. sMrs. Mrs. Othma Sullivan and.son,' tending Miss Hilda Brown's birth- moved here from North In next
everyone can, and should, be ac- Hagan, next four weekly Issues. tour weedy Ihl,
Jimmie, of Miami, are spending a day anniversary party In Hampton Carolina, "but it must have beena Witness my" hand and official seal I witness my hand IIIUo.
Bell Garrett and Mrs. few days with Mr. A I.. Sul- Saturday evening were Joe Kel- -_.- -:-.-,"t tive in the Red long while ago, there were 18 at 1946.Starke, Florida, this July 10, at 1948.Starke. Jo'lorld,and thh.orrltl,

Marie Riley of Green Cove Springs livan. sey, Walter Swindell, Irene Coch- .;; Cross. At 69, and of us, and father and mother (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas,I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ju
of Mrs. J. P. Dickinson / rane'and Ernest, Llllle Mae, Er- .. desp I t e failing Nine Am Clerk of said Court. A. Clerk of' laid A. J,
were guests Henry Lee of Brook vl/Je was raised them all at Theressa. John J. Henderaon, St. Augustine, Zach H. nUII.la.,
here Friday. They were accompanied the guest of Joe H. Kelsey Sat- vin and Eva Mae Triest. v .' health, she has sons and seven daughters. All are Fin.. Atty. for Pif, Caln"vlII| ,

home by Grace Dickinson urday. The two men served over- Mrs. J. H. Kelsey has returnedto ..{ recently covered dead now except myself and sister Way. for Plf. 7-18 4t 8-21| '-h/

and Ruth Sibley who will seas in the Armed Forces together California. the T h e r essa Mrs. J. E. Owsley, of Perrine, IN CIRCriT COURT, BRADFORD

spend a week In Green Cove Mr. Kelsey spent last Ernest Trlest was a business ..,' area, sol idling Florida. A niece, Mrs. Horace COUNTY): FLORIDA IN C1IA1MCKKV. .
week In Bsookavllle as Mr. Lee's. after funds and arous- lives In Hampton. Eight of .
Spring visitor to Starke Saturday ln Interest In May, N. W. Warren, Plaintiff vs. MarIon EXPER1eY
Mrs. James Swindell and son, guest. noon. t', relief g work. If my nephews served overseas." Virginia Warren,- Defendant.Case .

Larry, left Sunday to spend. a Remember prayer meeting Wednesday Miss Hagan was born on her No. 4319.
. she can do It, she ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
vacation in Macon, Ga., with relatives night at the The I'essa father's place, "the BlueberryFarm NOTICE! TO APPEAR
I Church, and: Sunday said, there is no STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Marion
now part of the property
all Virginia Warren, whose residence
New River reason why
Earl Geiger and his mother, School Sunday morning at 10 0'- owned by John H. Denmark. She and address !I. unknown. )
I services at others can't make similar contributions You are required to appear, on
Mrs. J. P. Dickinson, were shop clock with preaching lives by herself near Highway 28
BTU By The School In work and funds. August 12, 1948, In the above named -
ping in Starke Saturday afternoon. 11 o'clock The Baptist I but Is not lonely; she has two pet Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -/
. . . Miss Hagan's interest In the dogs, and her chickens, and frequently seeks divorce. Bradford County;
Red Cross functions began one Telegraph shall publish this,Order
Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of visits with" friends, which In next four weekly Insuvs. I
: day three years ago when she was Witness'my hand< and official seal
Jacksonville conducted the Include her loyal admirers throughout -
EARL'S GARAGE reg told the organization was a great at Starke, Florida this July 10.1
ular services at Long Bridge to "our the Theressa section. 1946. I I SERVICChas.
help dear
boys overseas. I
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas.
Christian Church Sunday mottlingand There But she's about decided to follow
are "many of them still As Clerk ot said Court. I
One-Half Mile South of Starve on Road IS night. During the day they over there," she told us yesterday, doctor's advice, now. "The T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida.
were dinner guests of Mr. and doctor tells me heart is strong, Atty. for Pit. 7-13 4t 9-2. C,
"and my
as long ,as there's one left I
All Kinds of Auto Mrs" Frank Tomlinson. to be given'cigarettes, coffee, but I must do less work to keepit IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ShepherdAt

Wrecker Service Frank Fuller of Orlando and games and books, we must not that way. I can't be as busyas COUNTY. FL.OHIDAI IN: CHAN.
GUARANTEED ALL WORK PARTS DAY OR NIGHT Miss Dorothy Klckllter of Starke grow slack in our work." I was." Hattie CKR J.. Woods. Plaintiff, vs. Par-, Gay's Service i Star
were guests Sunday of Mr. and During the drive this year Miss Hagan was tor years a nell Woods, Defendant. Case No.

.., r.l r .1 Mrs. D. J. Conner.Mr. "Aunt Ida". collected $51, some- correspondent for the Telegraph. 4922.ORDER OF PUBLICATION I
and Mrs. Wilbert Mann and times covering. a route that led .
WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARSUN.DERSTANDING Marian Kay of Ocala were guestsof four miles from her home, and This involved considerable "get-
Mrs. Mann's parents, Mr. and return-"and I walked every bit ting around, collecting the news,

Mrs. H. L. Johns, Sunday. of the way" and In light doctor's. orders .she

I Mr. and Mrs .Ethan Sapp are The extremely'active lady, who has been obliged to transfer her Hello !

visiting relatives in Mulberry, was born In Bradford, is also a duties to Miss Irene Cochrane.

Ft. Myers, Canal Point, and other member of the'County Democratic She'll still help out "when they

south Florida points of Interest.ReV' Committee, and'during the recent need me," however, "and I'm go-
the economy! of management makejup election "at the to in the Red Cross
Service which Fred Dodd and children. polls, doing Ing keep on
a primary quality of our Johnnie and Dannie ,of Keystone all I could." She has been a leader and the Democratic Committeeas

is dedicated to the affairs and needs of Heights, were Sunday dinner In the committee for 10 years. much as I.can."

bereavement. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. -

2rews. Crescent City' this week where
Stand *
..3iDEWITT 1 Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Moreland Uwy will make their home. The ..,,,.
and daughter Joan, of Jackson- Stands No LongerL.
family formerly resided In Crescent -
JONES spent Saturday
C. .
Mrs. Moreland's parents Mr. and City but made their home Dlcandlo'a fruit stand, corner
AMBULANCE SERVICE! Mrs. Q. W Andrews. Mrs. An- here for the past several years.
Cherry and Call streets, was dismantled ,
Funeral Director drews returned to Jacksonvillewith They will be greatly missed. r t ;
them for a short visit. Misses Betty and Ethel Mae recently and the lumber
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Owen re- Durling of Jacksonville spent the removed to the owner's residence.
turned Saturday afternoon froma weekend at their home here. I p.$ a f9d.
Our local funeral home enables us to
The business was closed several
month's visit with his parents, County School Superintendent I
offer conveniences and services not
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Cowen, In Arthur R. McRae of Starke was weeks ago. I per. M
otherwise available. Huntsville, Ala. They report a attending to business here Tuesday It is stated that the merchant n Y, k f% : 1a

pleasant trip. will continue his fruit market at .
We furnish the highest type service at the lowe t..prlces and Harold Crews and Junior Gib-

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com- son recently received their honor Green Cove Springs.IN .

pOlly, as payment in part or. In full on a funeral. Consultation able discharges from the service.Mr. Hearing Date Set : CIHCriT COURT, IUIADFORDCOUNTY. n,

carries no oblfgation.STARKE. and Mrs. Joe Moody and For R. B.I, Alvarez FLORID IN: CHANC13UY. -

Family enjoyed a fishing trip to Carrier Application Th..lmu.Iary Shine Edwards, Plaintiff -
Dowling Lake Saturday. vs. Eugene Arthur Edwards,
y sustained Defendant. ('8_" No. 41120.!
Little Glen Tomlinson
'The Florida Railroad Commission ORDER OF PUBLICATION
a broken arm in a fall at his
will hold a formal hearing at
home recently and Is recuperating po I
DAYat the courthouse!In Starke on Mon-

nicely day, July 22, at 10 a.m.
upon appli-
Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby la con- F'.R E S II
cation of R. B. Alvarez for limited
tinuing her studies at the University .
common canter Certificate '
and her mother this week and Don-with Public Conveyance and Necessity of I ,- SEAFOODand ,... -J --4 y
nie are spending
her. authorizing the transportation of Just wanted to tell you that you hay
Beach used, uncrated household
Kingsley O. W. Andrews and grandson, and office and'store fixtures goods and a new OPTICAL SERVICE availabl
Seebtr Doyle, spent Sunday'with .
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish In furniture between Starke and for: you/in Starke. Why not take ad

',Every,Thursday From 12 to 6 Heilbronn.Mr. over point Irregular In the routes.state of Florida POULTRY 'vantage of it?

and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of
f Brooker of Mr. and Interested persons are noti-
were guests, fied .
to attend>the
C. E. Andrews Sunday afternoon. hearing. COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE

PRESENT THIS AD FOR Mr. and Mrs. Eustl Lee Kelly

and daughter, Helen, are visiting DO YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES
relatives in Tallahassee and Pen-
Free sacola for two weeks ?

Frank Yancy and son, of Lake When YOU right roaches .. Harley F. Stron
\ City, were in this community try to get rid of them all. not
SWIMMING Ju..t kill the few that YOU can
Thursday advertising his tobacco hit with
PICNIC TABLES warehouse, which will open Sat walk Into spray a powder or duet by accident.or that The Finest Jewelry Store In Starke

Large Room'For urday July 27th. K3DROACH 1 CAMP BLANDING JEWELER SINCE I
Tom Hodges made a business
Dressing AccommodationsWe trip to north Georgia Monday of KILLER at the (Formerly The Stag)

last week. IS DIFFERENT PHONE 153

Suggest For A Good Meal TRY OUR We' are glad to have Seeber It.Roaches They eat!dry It because they Ilk. 137 W. Call St. STARKE, FUA
up and dl<>. Safe FINSand
CHICKEN. STEAK. FISII AND SHRIMr DINNERS Doyle Andrews back In school and to u.... NO"'PO''onou'' to man ,
with us this week following an pets.15c

Cottages Rooms, Apartments Reasonable Rates appendectomy In Alachua County and 25c Pkgs. '

Hospital, Gainesville, three weeks atSistrunk

Billiards Boating Bowling ago.R. Feed FEATHERSNext
R. Andrews made a business and -

KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL trip to Jacksonville! Monday.Hampton. Seed Co.
KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blandlng To Alvarez' Store r rLl

Mfg. by McPhall Products GLENN WOOD Prop.

Orlando, Fla,
- --
By Mrs. M. (J. Sweeney 4

r . . .

; Celebrating her sixteenth birth

day anniversary, Miss Hilda

Brown entertained with a partyat VALSPARPaints ,
her home west of Hampton

Saturday night. A large group I
of friends and relatives from all.
parts of the county gathered to

make the occasion a brilliant suc-

cess and the outstanding social .
event of the week.

Indoor and outdoor games were :
enjoyed, and during the contests
prices were awarded to Edward ;

Saxon Betty Durllng and the Varnishes

hostess, Miss Brown.
Following the presentation of

gifts to Miss Brown refreshmentsof BRIDE
punch, candy and traditional WISE
MORE THAN SUITABLE birthday cake were served. Enamels

Among those present from out to us. She
A wise bride sends her laundry
Your favorite suit deserves better than old of the county were Mr. and Mrs.

style dry cleaning. Suits brought to us are- Bruce WhIte and daughter. Mary knows that steamy wearisome washday

given a double-action cleaning technique that Anne, and Mia Hazel Brown of IN POPULAR COLORS She

safely brings out bright colors; then they are Jacksonville.Mr. not conducive to a happy home-life.

pressed to accentuate trim tailored lines. *'
and Mrs. Claude L. May counts on us to care for her precious linen
exclusive costs CANS
dry cleaning
process you returned ,
Friday.of,, last week following ron'
less because clothes stay cleaner: long r. a brief visit to points of knowing.that rain 'or-shine. she will get

For satisfactory suitable results, entrust your interest in North Carolina. econdn lY'
suits to us. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter scientious service along with real

and children. Leon and Toney, of
Farm Home 8 today.STARKE.
i Ft. Lauderdale were guests of Auto

PHONE 135 relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stringer of
Supply Inc.
ROBT. 315 High Springs were weekend ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin DRY
GREEN, Item Temple Williams. STREETGUY
Charlie Dennison of Gainesville
Owner Are. S1J
was a visitor here the first of the PHONE
and Mrs. Henry. Burton 23

and family leave Hampton for .

.. I j,


. . .
.e S eState
little lIOn, Martin, 3rd. have been

Church & FarmBy during with Mr.the and past Mrs.week.M. E. Griner

r Sunday School Guide
Mm. Bryan Whitfield Jacksonville Mra. Reese visited Bradley Mr.and and sons Mrs.J. of.

__ . e e . H. Hundley and Mr. and Mrs.
--- Bradley
--- --- Saturday until -

[level Baptistsg I Wednesday Reese Bradley ,
ALL CIIURCHES Methodist Set Henry Richarde was seven years spent Sunday here with his fam-
Material IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR old on July 9 and, In celebration ily.


Njevy Churchsunday INSERTION ON TIllS PAGE, COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER I I Gifts To EuropeThe Rlcharde, gave him a party at KIrkland Guests last of Mr.weekend and Mrs.were W Mr.A

THAT TUESDAY :MORNING OF EACH WEEK. the Kingsley Lake home of Mr.
was a typically I and Mrs. Earl Chewer and chil-
I pastor the Rev W. J.Churchwell. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch.
| the Pine Level dren of Heilbronn Springs and
day" at at- will speak at the First Those invited to be with Henry
a fine Lester Chesser of Gainesville.Mra. .
Methodist Church Sunday morn- were Flora and Tommie Slade,
I.Tev"ry service; 193 in ... ...-. ing at 11 o'clock;, on the subject Tom and Dave Long, Ann. Linda George Man__ and chil-
ffchool for all of > y.is "The dren, Cella and George, Jr., spent
; '; Challenge of the Church", and Randy Johns 0 f Klngsley
L God and take courage. 'h } based upon the Scripture I Cor. Lake and Kay Partney Helen Monday in Starke with W. L.
forward L..!",, {> Wall and Mrs .Mae Dickens.
church Is moving """ ': <. < 18:0.: A special anthem will be Whltfleld, Charles Pulley. Jane
front and we are happy "" ',>4'," "< sung by the choir. The evening Rlcharde Miry Rivera Stubbing. Mrs. J, W Willard and daughter -

B that building material Is & service at 8 o'clock will be evangelistic Harold Godwin. Bill Nail Kenneth Patricia of Auburndale came

K\ delivered for the new IVes \ i In spirit and the Junior Tyus and Peggy and Frances Wednesday for a stay of Indefinite
um. It Is hoped to 'get /t will ** Choir will bring a message In Caldwell. length with Mr and Mrs. P.

art under way by August \\a church song. Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. Herbert S. Crews.
weddingggKt +A S' ..xI Mrs. Hugh Hall of Jacksonville
ry The Youth Fellowship Rltch Mra J. G. Caldwell and
Lr will be 40x6(). meets came Saturday to visit Mr. and
building each Sunday evening at 8:43 o'- Misses Lila Rae and June Caldwell -
and I Mrs. C. M. Turney for a week.
rot block construction clock for an interesting assisted Mr. and Mrs. Rich
B baptistry j Prayer and Praise Service program.la arde In caring for the young boys Mrs Letha Allen and sons,
completeThet held
old building! I. ... j each Wednesday evening at 8 o'- and girls during the party hours. Tommy and Vernon, arrived Mon-
Intinue be used for Sun- clock. day from their home In Commerce -
to Come and bring Following an enjoyable' swim
your Oklahoma to visit Mrs.Allen's .
lhuool 100ms. The Pine "" Bible. Quiz Is held at the clove lovely gifts were opened and. Ice aon-ln-law
bun* operates two busses ,j.. of the service. cream was served with slices of daughter,
to Sun- h Mr and Mrs Jack Freeman, for
Ling passengers i ii Sunday evening, July 28. to be the traditional! birthday cake. ten 'days.
C Church from a i Favors balloons of col
observed were>>
as Missionary many
In recent .1.1rl Day In the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambersand
I of several miles. church will be featured by the ors. their grandson, Robert Earl
attendance DAILY
School BIBLE
Sunday neces- PASSAGES showing of a special feature pic- I1KIDOB!: Ctril MEETINGMrs. Chambers, returned home Satur.
MA\ so that it was FOR FAMILY WORSHIP ture, "The Way of Salvation".
classes In the J. C. Wallace was hostessat day following visits with Mr. and
D hold some DAY. lOOK CHAPTER Great preparations have been undertaken last week's meeting of the Mrs. Chambers' sons and their
to make this showing families In Waukulla and Live
State Farm Bridge Club entertain
of this progressive SUit. Proverb 18:1-1914:
cons L. Conner, H. H. very inspirational. It Is baaed up- ing at her home Thursday after Oak.Mr.
L. Mon. Prev.rbs 1917.2030
igre: Lew- : on the Scripture of the maiden noon. A profusion of summer and Mrs P. T. Roberts and

f R. R. Crosby Rufus Emory Alvarez, u Tu... Proverb 21:1.22:12W.d. : who was following the Apostle flowers enhanced the attractiveness family have moved from their

bile Starling, Prov.rbs 22.I1-23.2S: Paul and Silas, Acts ie:0-40.: of the rooms used on thin,. home In Baker County into the
\M. McRae. Th"... Proverb< 73.26-24: : Come and bring your friends. You occasion. house occupied by Mr. and Mrs
21 the
Ling Sunday .July .. M- mm Fri. Proverb 25:1.26:12: > will enjoy this evening. Another J. T. Watkins until the Watkins
the Prizes of household linens were
I to hear pas-
it invited Hall Invthe first se ..-.'4Iot Jev. W. E. Sprlnga. Miss Doris Roberts of
to Mrs. L. F.
sermons, entitled score: Chapman;
!erles of as taught by Somehow The end of this month Is set as for second high, to Mrs. J. R. Jacksonville spent several days

t we"believe These messages will weddings in Churches the deadline for contributing food Kite; for bingo to Mrs. M. E. here with her parents during the

Ible. educational and and clothing for shipment over- Griner, and the guest prize to past week.
,iring and seas. All members and friends of Mrs. Clara Stahl. A dessert course Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and daugh
ng to all who hear work betterNone the church tars Misses Lila Rae, Peggy and
out are asked to bring was served at the end of the progressions -
articles in as soon as possible. Frances, spent Tuesday afternoonat
byterian Church These shipments are received Kingsley Lake with Mrs. In-

Meet of us has to be reminded that the daily Bible readings that the best things overseas. by Methodist Chaplainsand WAT.I1lltl.ON: CUTTING man Harrison and Mrs. Hugh

\ To divorce rate in this country Is approaching in life follow those who make religion distributed by them to the Mary Rivers Stubbins honoredher Rahn of Ralford.

oration Quota an all-time high.A broken home.-especially daily living force. moat needy cases.Tabernacle vlHltor, Charles Pulley\, 3rd, Mr and Mrs. Lyle Nolan of
of Tallahassee with a water melon North Carolina are with Mr and
where children live-is a tragedy of the
I FIrst Presbyterian Churche first order. Somehow, Church weddings work out MeetingsFor cutting at the home of her par Mrs. A. C. Davla. Wednesday

la planning to meet itsjof better. Vows solemnly taken in the Hous. onto, Pr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Mr and Mrs. Nolan and Miss
the Restoration Fund. Young. People Thursday afternoon. Those Invited Lila Rae Caldwell visited respective -
Ever since this founded
country was of God, by those who rely on the Scriptures
till 1 1.1 to the entire Presby- to share the fun w e r 4 relatives In Ocala.
have of their
parents who really care given for daily guidance, ere not so easily broken. Draw Large CrowdsThe
1 Church In the U.s.A. to time and to'build stronger and more Frances Caldwell, Jane and Henry Mr and Mrs. K. O. Land and
bute $27,000,000 to help re- money Rlcharde Jimmie MoncrIef, Bill Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crews and
helpful churches.They have encouraged The Churches of this community are open largest attendance at the
ute and sustain churches In their children to-attend Sunday School and to all for worship, for help, for spiritual Youth Meetings was seen Satur- and Patsy'Nail and Patsy Turner i daughter and, Carolyn, enjoyed at supper -

) and the devastated areas Church. They have shown by their own guidance, on days of sorrow and on days of day night and the interestingBible IllKTIID.Vr PARTY Beach Sunday.swimming Hampton

\t organization world. will have Church attendance home worship end joy-weddings.'Tire Contest ended In a tie. All Mr. and Mrs. Albert stafford Sherman Brown and Miss John
additional test, however, broughtthe with
honored their
son, Bobby a
nie Barnes left for their home in
ilia itself to meet Its apjnent -
but it baa planned to American Church and Sunday School are the "Blues" out ahead. birthday ann Iversary party at Savannah, Ga., Monday after have
The older members of the con- their home, Monday afternoon,
I In a special service the last centers of In all the world" ing visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard
greatest good gregation will be given an opportunity July IS. Markham for several days.
11n r July, when an offering soon to test their Bible In contests Joyce Davis and
Robert L. of California
received for this worthy Singleton
i knowledge along with the youth. Franklin Mcduff won attractive .Is the guest of his brother-in-

The leader next Saturday will be prizes. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
t young people are perfecting MUs Bernice Cooper.Pvt. Following out-door games the

I[nation plans ,for perhaps a young conjunc-people's CHURCH DIRECTORYPINE W. H> McKinney added children gathered about the din.ing Chapman.During the past week Lt.: Col.
I much to the services with his room table which was cen-
and Mrs. Fielding Chapman spent
rith the youth of a neighbor-
-- --- --- decorated
--- : violin music while at home on furlough tered with a beautifully several days with Mr. and Mrs.

ement hurch. will An be encouraging made later. LEVEL, BAPTISTRev. FIRST METHODIST STARKE LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH I''I and now that he has reported white cake' topped with seven red Joseph S '.Ford In Jacksonville

t Sunday School continues to I, W. E. Hall, Pastor Walnut & Jefferson Sts. Rev. J. L. Norris, Pastor back to duty, will be greatly candles 'They we r e served Ice Mrs. Leonard Johnson and
with slices of the birthday
< under the direction of Mrs.I Sunday School ______ 10 A. M. Rev. W. J. Church we-II, Pastor J. .. Wall Jr., S. S. Supt. missed. cake cream and cookies. The opening of daughter, Glenda Fay, of Tampa

i Attendance the last two Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. Church School _______. 10 A. M. Sunday Srliool_______ 10 A. M. Miss Susan Wallace, Tabernacle lovely gifts afforded pleas have been visitors of the former's
Song Service ? P. M. Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. secretary, is enjoying a vacation many parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wainwright -
>ys has reached. a high :: Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. ure to all present. *
Evening! Worship.-----: P. M. Youth Fellowship ______ 7 P. M. Young people's Meet ____ 7 P. M.Evenlng this week and Is visiting friendsin .Other boys and girls enjoyingthis this week.
Teachers Meeting Bible Study Service ..._____ 8 P. M. Jacksonville. Her place Is beIng On their .return to their home
i Rev. Frank J. Bryson, sup- Evening: Worship ______ 8 P. M. party were J. W., Raymonand
putor, will preach Sunday Monday ______________ 8. P. M. Prayer ft Praise Service Prayer Service,.Wed ____ 8 I' M. filled by Mrs. Jennie Thornquest Margaret W a I ker, F..telle. In Lake Worth from TennesseeMr.
and Mrs. K. W. Parks and
inK at 11 o'clock on the sub- MId-Week Prayer Meeting Wednesday ___--___,8 P. M.Woman's Jeanette Dixie Lee and Betty
.. 8 P. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL sons were Monday overnightguests
The Church Speaks to Our Wednesday ----- Thornton Glenda
Society1st Griffis, Dswey ,
=. I of Mrs.' George Manassa.Mr. .
Tuesday ______ 3:30 I'. M. Church Ht. at Jackson: Special ServicesAt Fay Johnson, Delores Ann Wain-
FIRST CHRISTIAN 1\1'1 'Church School _______ 10 A. M. .' and Mrs. A, C. Davis and
Christian ft Call Street Morn Prayer A Sermon 11 A. M. Christian Church wrlght, Bonny Engrain Kenneth children, Joyce and Clifton, and
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Stafford, Robert Earl Chamber
Lawtey ReV. W. O. Smedley, Pastor (Holy Communion lit Sunday) Clifton Davis. their visitors, Mr. and :Mrs. Lyle
Bible School 10 A. M. STARKE Litany ft Intercession Special serlvcea will be held at and Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Baptist Churchday Preaching, 2nd ft 4th Sunday Kev. Frank J. Bryson, Supply Friday .._________ ':80 P. M. the First Christian Church In Mr. and Mrs. James R. Parker Rhoden, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

I _________ 11A.M.dz8P.MMidWeek Pastor Holy Days, 10 A. M.., Holy Com- Starke Sunday morning and even- anti little daughters, Clarissa and Strickland and son, Johnnie, of
Prayer Service Sunday School .__-__ 9:45 A. M. munion. ing with the Rev. D. A. Greek Andrea Gall, formerly of Tampa, Gainesville, and Miss Melvene
M. Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. for and well-known Jacksonville minister, Davis who la doing vacation workat
School10 M.Ices Wednesday ___------ 8 P. Church open dally prayer are now living In the Kite home,
2nd ft 4th Tues. In the pulpit.As there the
Woman's Missionary Council Ladles Auxiliary "st.SC'rvle. having moved to the Farm Sat- Belk-Llndsey spent
11 A. M., 8 P. M. I business meeting at church, >e Center open dally for rec this Is not a regular Sunday urday. weekend at Hampton Lake.

I ht and 8 rd Thursday 8 P. M. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH reatlon. for services In the church all Mrs. F. W. Edwards returned to Richard Markham and his guest,
Brooker, Fla. members of the congregation are her home In Jacksonville Saturday Sherman Brown of Savannah, Ga.,
A Cordial Welcome ;1 TABERNACLE, Rev. C. A. Crosby, Pastor "IN HIS STEPS" BEING urged to be present and bring a after visiting Mr. and Mrs. visited relatives In Inverness from

I GOSPEL STARKE Sunday School _________ P. M. FILMED friend In order to Insure a good M. E. Grlner for a week. Thursday until Saturday

Extended to All ft Mrs. J.T.Quigley, Sponsors Preaching ____________ P. M. Over a period of fifty years It congregation.St.. Miss June Caldwell visited Miss M. I). Carter of Lawtey spent
Meeting each: Thursday Is not the detective story which Sunday night with I his granddaughter -
Worship ______ 11 A. M. Prayer Barbara,, Moore of Lawtey at
Morning Bible School _________ 8 P. M. 8:80: P. 11.Visiting registers as the. best seller but" a Mark'sEpiscopal Lawtey and Klngsley Lake from I Mra. George Managua.Mr .
religious novel "In His Steps, by until I. *. T. N. Uffelman; Jr., and
Service ______ ?:*3 P. Tuesday Friday
First Evening
Christian Brotherhood Charles M. Sheldon. Published in Church Mrs. X M. Bradley and daughter -: daughter, Mandy Lou of Camden
Evangelistic 1897, this popular book reachedthe Tenn. K. R. Dunbar of Crosvllle
:80 P. Carolyn, were among those ,
Church _________ '
Monday Tues. ____ 13 P. MChildren's St. Mark's SundayThe high sale figure of 8,000,000 from the Raiford Baptist Church Tenn., and Miss Elisabeth Harperof
Bible Study, Hour copies. "In Hls' ''8tepa" Is now beIng Church School 10 A. M. who attended the WMU Rally at DeLand visited Mrs. W. F. God

Bible._______ s P. "'. Sunday morning service In filmed In Hollywood. The Morning Prayer and Water Oak Church Friday. The win from Friday until Thursday.
SERVICES St Mark's Episcopal Church will next book In popularity was day's was conducted by
: Ladle Prayer Meeting the Rev. W. W. sage to Garcia." by Elbert Hub- Sermon 11 A. M. program . . .
SUNDAY conducted by the Youth Organizations of the
JULY 1\1. be
21Rev. ___________ S I.
Thursday for which'
Williams, who will conduct the bard, the sal was just churches of the district and Carol
Evangelistic Service and deliver the half of Dr. Sheldon's book. The Pine Level
__ *3 P. M. morning prayer Church open dally for prayer lyn led the devotionaL
D. A. Greek Friday _..i_______ : Scriptures still hold the record
sermon. and rent. Service Center open Mrs. Tom Conners is visiting
of Jacksonville Inspirational Youth Meet 7U pM" The visiting _minister will be for the annual best seller. About dally for recreation. relative. In Scranton, Pa., having Bjr Mrs II. M. McRae

Saturday ---------- Sunday assisted In the music by Mrs. WIl- thirty million copies of the Scriptures accompanied Mr. Newton Turney . . . e
Morning and Evening I Communion every first to playIn are circulated each year. !
morning- liams, who has consented that far on her return trip to her Mrs. Florence Haltlwanjrer and

the absence of Mra Lemuel I home In Hartford. Conn. I. granddaughter Miss Betty Ruth

I Colson. the organist of St. Mark's, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHStarke I Miss Ruby Winder of St. Louis, Willis and Herbert Etler. of Jacksonville -

PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I who Is visiting In Pensacola. Mo., arrived Wednesday to visit .were guests Sunday of
: Mrs. Williams is an accomplished Florida Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Mr.'and Mrs. II. M. McRae Mrs.

W. E. Hall Pastor musician, both In Instrumentaland Miss Mildred Hundley of Ft. Haltlwanger remained here .for a
choral work, having had. at Rev. Frank J. Bryson, Supply Pastor McClellan, Anniston, Alabama longer ylslt'with relatives.

one time the civic choral work In spent the past weekend with her MUe Mary Lou Alvarez of Vanderbilt -

July 21 St. Petersburg. Fla. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund- was the dinner guest Sun
Beginning Sunday -
SERMON TOPIC FOR SUNDAY ley.Sunday I day of Miss. Owendolyn McRae.

You Are Invited to Hear the Pastor visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick
SPONSORSOf 11 :00 A. M."The Church Speaks to Our M. E. Grlner were Mr. and Mrs. were dinner guests of Mr. and

In a Series of Sermons on the Subject The Church Page Time" W. M. Relnau of Apopka and Mr. Mrs. L. Alvarez In Starke Sun-

and Mr. Martin Relnau and M .. day.
"WHAT WE BELIEVE AS TAUGHT BY Special Music by Young People's Choir Ruth Sorrell of Palatka. Bishop Myrick of Lake Genevawas

THE BIBLE" Tip Top Super Market Miss Betty Ann Flynn was the the guest Wednesday nightof

_ Alvarez Store overnight guest of Miss June last week of H. M. McRae.

- Hollywood Camera Caldwell Saturday. Robert Phillip of Jacksonville

& Gift ShopII. GOSPEL TABERNACLESubject S-8ct Jack Bradley returned was visiting his parents )[r. and

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH C. Wall Agency Thursday from Jacksonville wherehe Mrs. M. M. Phillip, recently.
had visited relatives for several Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae madea
Starke, Florida Carpenter'sCocaCola day*. business trip to Gainesville
Co.Leila's .
"The Friendly Church"Rev. Bottling for This Week's Services: Having been with Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday.Mrs. .

Fred Miller in Perry and at .. Owen McRae, accompaniedby
W J. Churchwell, Pastor Koch Drug Store Tuesday Bible tudy-The Believers Two Natures. Dekle Beach since Friday, Mr. her mother Mrs. N. A. Con.
Tyus Dry Goods and Mrs. Dennis Fancher and P. ner of Lake Butler, was shoppingIn

If I Driggers Furniture Co. Friday "Keep Aboard" D. Fancher, Sr., returned home Lake City Friday of last week.
you are looking for a church home- Robbins I Sunday while Mrs P. D. Fancher Mr. and Mrs. L. Alvarez of

COME-We can help you. Hart Furniture Co. I Sunday Morning "Walking In The Light"Sunday remained with Mr. and Mrs. Mil Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

you are looking for church workCOiEYou- I Florida Bank at Starke I Il Evening "H Is High Time" ler for a longer visit. Robert Taylor Friday night of
MrsMartin Grlner, Jr., and last week.T .
can help us. Mike Maruca ". ."'
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J yal Cemeteryo E. U enwford.I 4" ".r> at Htarttr 1. i
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.. Be Cleaned I t- an (."_"t..rtt Milan *. l> -nilant i.iv i' iAl. KRAI.
' this cemetery a urged toNe ... N .'.-.. A Clerk ">f >aid i

An aU day work ant cleaning arly. brtonBif tame a4 ......IL Ants......teK mrrHTB.>r PVRLN Tf APi A KUiMTATK I"S' 'I'. Fi,\ ink f"' Laudr l'I( I.tit

will bo h.1d.t Dyal .>T 'WtlDA '" Mr".
program I Mr and *n C W KM son ac..,lv.. ru..-l.*rrr Hu.h. w InmeuriM' IV (CIIK IT calls'
Cemetery, whkh U located approximately Wednesday fer A....... .mitre ._ aid addr4M.e: \ltitrellM Core VI-1.. FI.OIIIIIKI1V. '

nine miles northwest few ...... leis t. .fc>...ik. farwtlna.a.r .l.ihn < MiMuiHiuth -
: they will speed a ... r M| Ore* to mi imiir on
I I*. !.... In the .bo' .. named <* .-i i"' Mt-Mnra.
of Starke on the old StarkeRaidford Ae4054 ,'.. ... 4935OIttSH
I 10 4sac6ST 4of .'P. ..--...lele fit wad ogee. wherein ,..lulntlff4l .s.I.
road. Friday. August 2..o. 4t.l 'T'. r.oe9/its 10 ... ,,- osoie *..re>. llradfurd aunty OF PI'R
es.NO. f ......r..k ....11 publish th Order AND NOTICE 'nlI'I"A'I"Ji1 j
Jw... H rfsanlln -re_ P..4a4Ort re Mat fear weekly OF FUOI
I r r- r..r.- lT ...- its WMae Mr band and ;" 'I<'lal ,line MrMurdy wlj
DONUTS. ROLLS ........ t-awe IsNs j owl at Mark*. riurlda, mlJuly mill address Is :J9Itruoklyn
.. ( A 911/1[ I... ..... N Y ,
A. stvi'..11: A KIm I "rrWIAt. KAI.) A. J. Thomas, r You art required
PIES and CAKES Mw ..tear 1 *> ew,* of MM Court.T August 11. 14, In til
r't.r.'b..r....._ __ r_. **.... l...n .... Mtarke Flu Court and cause wllHetikx
None Are Better bad ...idea.0 I W'._" Astor f..t ">f. 7-1 01 8-9 divorce Bra
E/ .. fh._...... ... --. .. Telegraph shall puM
: In next four weekly
MI are ......... 1. .,pest woo iv rinrrtr VON HT. \b..ORII Witness my hand S3
Than -.a- I*. t*.4. .. MMI .same Oman"4'.w ,-..i 'TW. rLoaiwti ix CHIN.rw at Stark Florida f
0.4 d/v.esss.seebetas PNd on" piaaaMtrefit. .ev .*... .v .11 .....1'_*. Plaintiff. vs. .. SEAL)
LAPPE BAKERY T.......... ob4M ....0 that Osier ........ Jlefcersnaii, itefenda'-t Case AM 'Ierk of said C vl
.. her ......1s k--so Mo .*CR Chan II Hess Jack
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-. .' a.a.rae. rl.eM ..... July Al XOTICIS Tt API EAR
TATK Of rU>RII>A ..>: Herman
'1. .l>"4 .... N.botat... wlMMu residence and ad- :\0'1..1.) Of 'rnc
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Cakes Made To Order I.t.Clerk <.f '.'. .....r' *"_ !. "% !. Rtrbvrman, ,.9 1'IneSwat MKi-rn"J
I K' .mk h..dtdr.. .l....* ri* AveaneNew York. N. w York. Not I.'" It- hereby !
l. 4)4 9 Yes are rM wired to appear on Sptt-lal Meeting of tl j
A, 1.0 tits 1\....-. l'. l"44. In the ahu .' numMtrt ..t the Florida [lankf
-4 a*.* ra9. where philnir lie held m the 20th
... ----ft./----_ _... divorce and the plaln- 1940 at 10:30 o'cloc ]
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-- tr _..... warns betared. noon In the office
". "r..r4 .>salt, '1',1..,., shall Starke, Florida Tj
iMt.l..fc taiM Order In n. *t four Mali III"ellnIII to ]
.- -all !_... advisability of red ?
DRESSES WMee mrJuiMl and oft lal seal value nt th. capital
: -Iswk*. .......d.. lhl. lily 10, i'orporntlnn and to i
; -1* action thureon at ttuj
1 i (orJ 'tAl _RAM A. J. Thomas, lie approved by a
fi I"; Merit of Paid Cviirt. the -*",-'k
T rr.nfc l..>i>4rMin. tttark Kla In ompllnnre wit i
LARGER SIZES .Arts far lit. T-l 4t Srmr I-'L'Idt' and the ")
I, hank his notice IK]
II t0 ir too HT. RI."nFIIIIIJ in ia.rh t.nown stirs
4.t 'TI. r1,01411it/ '1IV4KHV. \- licliiK published f.. j
I I prior to Paid meetlifV
ill own Murrvll Tanner ,'"nd..r.1. \ r SEW
...... .... ...". *.. Julius \ ..rm Sizes 38 to 48 I, .....rl.>rl>. I..'*.. II
t'' 7-19 4t 8-9
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STATS to" VLXUtlDA< .liillua FLORID
X4.20Sizes I I Waterless ".........k.h. whine renlunki CKHV.
de.4'w wad address I. wu. Frances Roebuck
II T.o art r"aired tco appoint on Lawrence Roebuck II
A.._ aft .*... lit the abn\ nam- No "'147.
I i I e4 4'.rt ..4 ..._. wherein plain- ORDER OF PI'
"" f oeska dive,.. Braiiror.t 'ipiintyth AND NOTICE T'[
38 to 52SC2C 'r ......._.... ...... publish Order STATE OF FLOltrente
Roebuck, who]
I unknown.You .
lire required
August 19. 1A46. In I]
/ITCH ed cause, f
tL.oe''i:1I; o II
i iI Telegraph shall pub!
In next four wekJ IWltnesn
I oleo roe lrm.at.. with Ithlnjf of harl
onowee ...... Inn my
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Ms*. ..*.>!. fool, ereplli' s rectal seal at f
....._ 18. 1946.orFICI.AL
< .4. .1'1 reusedeba
20 REAL)
Also Sizes 9 to ( .
trw.bi.rN quirk relief and
As Clerk of said C
Mtar-r t..*......4 tea the .o\ a in Zarh. H.for Douglas Plf (
fiber Arssur new offered to i i folks
beet ....... ..... .......1 ss, an- (
S3.9CNew i ........ ...* fr above >r childA IN rntrriT. Fl.oiiirl COCKcot'v'rY.

basso Tom ean'i forget, CF.IIY.Killth .
.1I""n'Ht *T nMTUKXT-th. fltient.e Lee Shuler I |
Y.a..e Jsrvkr It. Sluiler. Defends
OW" on --.
I 4 S N_.T Ixu-s. 1,4r4 ....1 1140.OROER OF PI'ANO
..d 4 .,.% % IHILU .T"N':"
Shipmentof Shuler, whose re.h'
W.C.T. U. dress IH % Militating \
ler, SIT Taylor Stre'South
Carolina.You L
-CASTT DO n' are required i
I August 19 1946. In III
TW *-rjr Ie told of A minisaiiiraaii Court and cause w']

!... a __ .... visiting Peeks divorce. HrTelegraph
shall pun]
fsitPN4L At 4llMwr thee friend In next four weeklf

j jSUMMER wNotified Wes Ie talae a nUs of Witness my han-,

LADIES' ileftkR Peal 17. 111441.at Starke, Flo,

... -,. _. As Clerk of said 'CJ
boo Is a T. Frank T.nndruin., !
TTalse a glass .. brandy, Atty for fit

[Tats-. i.v cinri'iT c01'N
-Vtwl fie It. lMUrSIrang cor MTV. ri .01411
field. f8 r..t.c"- Antolnetti Ilni Klrel'|

toy IMa ttHaa the hoar bt4ajnerkml. .Alfred llugKlrvlloN'o J

efettai4 land "You onnER,4't45. OF PT'

aHl psaxw UM decorator to the AND NOTICE Tl

.Every day is bargain dayat gewtlrOt"_ sy Mat,.....-.. I caiuiiit do lied STATE address Ituxirlrelln OP Is KboHlf 46.wand |

--. Mew wit Urn that (flvk Detroit MichiganYou

,, .. Ma Mtckhar drink that are 19, 1946.rPllut.dAUII'II"t In ']

the * PWAtres Mw fcottto to him". ed tiff Court seek and. cause i

."..... Ukr..- Mid th- hunt in Telegraph shall put

I d........... '..... It ever to In next four week)]

I Nla'-. Wltnesa at Wtarke my hanlseal Flo I

'Coal It.i the 17, 114H.
Store lamb (OFFICIAL 8EAI.>
STAR t ..........r. tile oid Hook As Clerk of said Cj

I', w f o. Twsrh Mot, tate not T Frank I-nnilrun I
Atty for Pit.
hoom& Now robleMTh.

Motor \Mncon.ln.PLENTY ."1 r c'litrriT foi i II
Rosins Cavallarl AI
tiff VS. Olliseppe Aj
dunt. fnse No. 4911.

OF PARKING SPACE FREE DELIVERY I epee address STATE Armelllnl.IsSanta OF FM'I whof

STEAM-O.MATIC You are require I
August 19, 1946. In i]
Linoleums Court and cause, vl
seeks divorce. if
Telegraph shall |>u I
In next four week j
Electric Irons ..* la While The Amortmentsf Witness mv handat
Starke, Florida. I
C... r. and Designs Arc (OFFICIAL SEAL)
New Shipment Just Arrived As Clerk of said I
Available T. Frank ands

Adjustable foe Silk. Wool Cotta Ally for PICIN

fiiirrir roril
etc. The Late Typeof ('01 XTY. FI.OHli
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We ll* eChrome Modern Clare Barton Ileln[
Modem I,... v... Carl "'. tlelnm )
Caae No. 4932.ORDER .
& Aluminum OF I 1

Cedar Dinettes and Breakfast STATE OF, whoiM FLORIIlelnmlller r

avon Pulldlnc. W
You are require]
Room Suits August 1'. 1944. In
ed Court and cane|
tiff seeks divorce.
Telegraph shall p.l
Odd AlwB B iM leatherette Chairs In next tour weekii
Witness my hand
Icksts it Starke, I
Ah* l'.n.i.fcrd Drop Leaf and 1944. Florid

Emi..!.. Tablets With Chairs To As Clerk H. of said CMarry .
Martin, J
Ally for I'lf

Finish With Tray -

Clearance! Ha> .
Thick No. I Cedar Lawber.CooMtructed .

by -etl &..... f et wy. AkwkitMUBi Still Room and Porch A VVeddiiHave

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Iv ('llt'I'ur ('OI'HT. 'UFORU In next four weekly IssuesWitness
cording County
E fi; yal Cemetery t'OI"\'I", FLOIIII.'I 1% CM.':V.I my hand and official
L. Crawford. I (Kit V. seal at Htarke. Florida this July
. o Be CleanedAn Everyone with an Interest In I n. l II Hughes. Plaintiff vs. EvelynOuHenlierry 19 1949 Stir /./ I
Himhes" Defendant REAL' A..r I Thomas,
the cemetery la urged to come ,'rsc S. 493R. Asr Clerk of said Court N OW n "
all day work and cleaning early, bringing tools and lunch. I OHI"ll: OF PtMLICATI(5V( T Frank Landrum tttaik. FlaAtty Rely Onrire'One
ANti NOTICE TO APPEAR fur Plf 7 I Id 4t 11-'
program will beheld at Dyal j I 8TATB! OF KIXJI1IDA to' Mrs.1'vrlyn .
:Mr. and Mrs. L,. W. Koch left. / luis.inherry. Hugliex. whoneriHldcnii ifiitciir toiiir. ,II."II..OIIU UI '
Cemetery, which Is located approximately Wednesday for Arcadia where .. and address U. MurrellNInlet COI1'1. FLOIIIDL I" c\: .

nine miles northwest, they will spend a few day. I You, South are required Carolina. .to appear on John 4 Eat,0' MoMurdy Plaintiff. vs. BATTERIES

of Starke on the old Starke-Ral- August 11, 1948 In the above. named Catherine McMurdy, |I' .fen. 01 ant. STOCK!
iv .U..IT ( ui.r. IIH.%I>FOIII> Court and .pause, wherein plaintiff Case No. 4935.ottF.H .
ford road Friday, August 2, ac- ('0'1'; F..IIU'. IV 4II1N.Inhn aei'kn divorce Hradford County OF PUBLICATIONAND
t..1' Telegraph, shall publish this OrderIn NOTICE TO APPEAR
If FerKunnn Plaintiff, VHJunnltn. next. four weekly IsmiesWltnes STATE: OHFLOKfDA" to' Catherine -
F. Fletcher, Ferguson Dnfendant .* my hand and official McMurdy whose residence Come In .
DONUTS ROLLS Case No. '4 1'lOltDKK '! seal at rHarke, Florida, this July and address Is: 330 Bristol. Street! (
OF PUBLICATION Iff, 1144 llrooklyn, N. Y. S
TIES and CAKES AND NOTICE! TO APPKAIlHTATB I' OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. You are required to .appear on and Sea
f>V FI"' )IIIDA to: .luunlta. I As I'lerk of said Court August 19, 11146. In the above namedCourt
F. "',..Ich..r Ferguson< whose reHldonre ,- '1' Frank I...ndru 111. Ktarke, Fla. and cause, when-ln plaintiff,
None Are Iletter and .addrnHH In 2 WIlMiinHtreet Ally. for Plf. 7-19 4t II.D seeks divorce Bradford County
Jret-nvllle 38, South Caro telegraph shall publish this OrderIn THETar.Tone
I'I. ;;;. next four weekly Issues.
Than lina.You are required to .appear. on riltrilT COI' RHAHFONnI Witness my hand and official Deal
August 19. I')46) In the above named I I I COUNTY. FLORIUI IV LIIAIM at Htarke, Florida, thin July 18,
Court and cause, wherein' plaintiff' ,!, CK.HV.HHIHH 1940. NEW
LAPPE BAKERYMakes weeks divorce.' Hradfnrd C<> nrvTeleKraph I 1 'Wall Beberrnan, M.ilntlff.' vs OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas
shall publish I this, OrderIn ) Kebernian, Defendant. Cane; As C'Jerk of said Court. 'i
next four weekly InmieH.WltneHH I I I No. 491 ('ha... It. Mesa, Jacksonville. Fla. ,
my hand and official I I OIIDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. T-19 4t 8.9
Meal I nt Hturke, Florida: this July I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Vi' $fone
10. 19f4.! .i HTATK; OF FLORIDA to: Herman -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. I' llcbermtin, whose residence and address NUTH OF N'ro'hu01.lBRY'Hllw'rlw .
Cakes Made To Order An Clerk of said'" Court. Th"mll"1 I IH: % 1. Freberman, 6' I'lne- .
T. Frank Lnndrum, Utarke hurst Avenue, New York New York. Notice Is hereby given that a STANDARD DELUXE
Ally for Plf 7.19 4t H.BIItaIII ,', You are required. to appear on Special, Meeting of the stockholders' CIIAMPSOftTiej ,
August Hi, I 1140 In the above nam- or the Florida Hank at Ktaike will 9.95
- "I| _ _ '- seeks. divorce and that plaln- 1848 at 10:39: o'clock In the Forenoon bchsnee Satmtt, longest !.rr. Ever lath!
tiff maiden name be restored In the office of bank. In
I i llnidrniil County Telegraph, shall Starke, Florida The purpose of Toy dependable economical s Up to 55%' Stronger ,.***.
publish this order In next tour said meeting. Is to consider the tronbl.-free service. Hu FJU- j i
j weekly .IsHiieM.Witness. advisability of ..reducingthe par O-Matlo: ooTeri; heaT?. Inter- a Up to 60%! More Non-SUd; Angles I
DRESSES my hand and official seal value of the capital' stuck of the
I I' lit Slurkc. (Florida this July corporation and tor author.. such locked plates; selected bin Up to 32%' Longer Mileage
1 1946.IOFIICiAL. 16'1 action thereon at that tlmo as maybe uaUtJ' separators.Improve.
BEAD A. J. Thomas' approved by. a legal vote of
I As Clerk of said Court. the utotk -
'I'. Frank Lundruni Hlurke, Flu. In c-imipllance with the Lawn ofFir
IN THE LARGER SIZES : Atty. for 1-lf. 7-19 4t 8-9 "Ida end the By-Lawa of this Your Co? Appearance 'i
bank this notice In- being mailedto I ? K ayr ,,,,
iv ciiiriir ('01 IIT, lilt 1DFOIID each h known ntu..kholcler. and Is
('0'1'''. FI.OIIIDtl EllA'II. being l published for four weeks
('FRY.Irveiyn prior to said meeting The SensationaiWDI'1rE
I Murrell Tan n e r Vondarlekh. \\'. 1... HEWEI.I:: President.ATTEHT .
Sizes 38 to 48 Plaintiff. VK. Julius Vermont : [ NEW
Vondetlelth' Defendant. Cane No. 8. U PKKK, Jn., Cashier.
: 7-" 4t 8-9: '
.11:17.Oltl. *
n OF PI'ULICATIOV- ALLS > r'irt,tont
S41.2CSizes STATE: OF FLORIDA' to: Julius FLOHIII IV "'1.A".
Vermont Vanderlelch whose renldenre CKUV.Frances: 7.95 Supreme
and address IH unknown. Roebuck PUIntirf 1 vs. .
You are required to appear on Lawrence Roebuck, tufendant.. Case SPARKPLUG
Aiie-iiHt !19!I. IH46, In the above named No. fH7. Se el FeesJtoty
Court und cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OP PUBLICATION- ,
seeks. divorce Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR to Install BO tool nClu1n4. ,_
38 to 52 Telegraph shall publish thin OrderITCH STATE OF FLORIDA to: IJIW- They're nut-reaiBtant,
I renee Roebuck. whose. residence Is I
unknown. will keep theft sparkling
You me required to appear on white .
August 19, 1A48 In the above nam
sc.OAlso ed Court and cause wherein plain.tiff
seeks divorce Bradford County 4
Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn Worla AutomaticallyAtiro
Are you tormented with Itrhlnaof next four weekly 'Isiiues
efsenia, pmirlHHls. rashes, I Ins act Witness! my hand. and official
bites, athlete's foot, eruptions, rectal seal at Starke, Florida, thin July : lifE as Undcrliood. y
III. U40.! .
Sizes 9 itching or other externally causednkln
to .
troubles For null'k relief and LIGHT 98c
good results As Clerk of said Court
lIIl NT. Developed for the boys In Ziti-h H. rmuKlux, niilnvNVllle. Fla 1 "JiH.-
the Army now offered. to the folks Ally for Pit. T-l'! 4t 8-9 ,

$ 3.90 hack home. Safe_ White for babies greaseless or 'chil antleeptlc. PORI> Firestone High Quality 65c
mire A name you can't forget Col''rv FLORIitl iv .MAN
CKitr.Killth; : .
VICTORY Non-Glare Resrvtew
T..he. -the flneet. l.f. Shuler Plaintiff vs. H. le 59
r Jars
R HhuU-r, Defendant. Glee No. MIRRORS ..........
Until In stark b111' ,
(',\ KV: ..'..IIt..., K OC.II'MHd 494H. Fine QusniyFUEL .. :BspeeiaU7 englneerel! for
(''NO'''' Hlttl. N.t'O"M ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 2.55 A today's high octane guoline. -
NOTICE TO APPEAR PUMPS ...... t Polonium
New .... alloy; guars
Shipment --- JJ.Ubes on irlien hood
hone residence and address All ... .Quicker starting.
W.C.T. .aesln is
U. Olres
lit: % Elisabeth: Parsons Shuler good
AI7 Tavlnr Street, Ueorffetown .ILII.S.............. 2.90 lllamlnatlon for motor 1 Meiey-laci: Geareirte.
South: Carolina.You checking.:Far oars or trnckaj
"CAN'T DO IT" are required to appear on
of, August 19. 194rt In the above named
The story In told of a minister Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

a temperance<< man, visiting;I seeks divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this Order 1'I
a friend. At dinner the friend In next: four weekly 'Issues.

LADIES'SUMMER Minded him to take a SUMS of Witness my hand and official
wine. Heal at Htarke, Florida, this July
IT 1'1441..O..rICIAL.
"Can't do It," Raid the minis ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas,

ter. "Wine In a mocker". T.As Frank Clerk of said 'Court
Lnndrunj.; Stark. Fla.
"Take a BUMS ol brandy, Atty. for ('If. .7-19 4t 8-9 I'I

HATSEvery ix .RCI'.T cnrtir, BRADFORD
"Can't do It, brother. 'Strong roix-1' i-Loitruti iv: CHIN.: I
drink Ix raging' ". CKUV.Antoinette: .
TtusrirlreUo Plaintiff, VH.
Ily this. time the host became Alfred UuKtflrello. Defendant Case

excited: and remarked "You No ,4' 45.
Mill ps the decanter to the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
gentleman next. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr Alfred a
day is bargain .
day IliiwKlrelln whose residenceand
"No, my friend. I cannot do address I.: 483S. Heck, (Place f
that. Woe unto him that fflvcth Detroit MIchlKan

at the * '.* bus neighbor drink, that August You are 10, 1948 required, In. the to above appear named on i

putteth the bottle to him". tiff Court seeks and divorce.: cause'Bradford wherein County plain

"\\'ell. then" said the hunt' In Telegraph shall publish this Order

deperatlon, "pan It over to111ft" In next four weekly I.........
Witness my hand and official
seal at Btarke' "Florida this Julyfo'FFICIAL.
STAR Store "{'an.t touch It," said themlnlstC"r. 17. 19411
"for the SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
good Book As Clerk of said Court.T .

says. Touch not taate not, Frank I.sndrum., "Starke, Flo. ...
handle not'*. Atty. for Plf. T-19 4t 8iv -) -.. s"
-The 1lotor'INCon..ln.. triitrtir ('Ot II''', nn tnvoiin
\, ('FRY.itr"Ina THIS WEEK'S ffeoxof
{'avall..rl Armelllnl. Plain
tiff vs. Oluneppv. Armelllnl Defen



Armelllnl, whose residence and -
address Is: SuntnMarlit,,' Itevlgo. JI. ,

STEAM-0-MATIC Italy.You are required to appear on 2.98Complete
August 14, IIIf6. In the above named
Linoleums I Court and .cause wherein, plaintiff i
seeks divorce.
Bradford County
Telegraph. shall publish this Order stag. 4.95 \H'tr1

Electric t I I Irons Come In While The Assortmentsof In Witness next four my hand weekly and I..official........ seal .- 1Itm'47 highly.ffi91/c1,

: Starke, Florida this July 17.O..ICIAL AluminumREEL Wits
Colors and Designs Are 9411 \ Q o oQ
New Just ( SEAM A.S.: Thomas, beaT hoes
Shipment Arrived
As Clerk of said Court. p p
Available T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. K e eo FLY]I[ --- -
Adjustable for Silk. Wool. Cotton Atty. for Plf. 7-is 4t9

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Modern Clar. Barton Helnmtller. 0 I
Modern Iron.
v... Carl "'. Helnmlller. Defendant.
Chrome & Aluminum Case No. U32.ORDER .
Cedar STATE: OF FLORIDA to Carl W.
Dinettes and {
I' Helnmlller. whose residence Is Pentaa.m e
frulldlnB. Wsshlnirton. D. C. H..'.
to btar
are sway .Ihqr I A flu
August Twy quality
Room Suits 19, 194AIlntheeaboveanam., reel of
Chests t ." Court and cause, wherein plain. lightweight exceptionally strong 1.98
tiff seeks divorce.
Bradford County eonitoTHtlon. HM
a heavy
Telegraph shall. durable
publish thla Order ratoluf nriac
Odd Aluminum Leatherette Chai In
next four weekly lumen. V.W&te4IOJiDe dries -4a 11
Witness my hand and official seal quickly. "n" tyy.
$55 Also ..t Starke: .; Florida this! te.knmyen Toe
Unfinished Drop Leaf and I9U. July 1', 'e .per

(OFFICIAL SEAL A. I. Thomas, Watch for Ofh.r F/vej Star Specials of all plio
Extension Tables With Chairs To An Clerk of said Court.
EASY Harry H. Mirtln Jacksonville. Fla. -
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