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: September 26, 1947
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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ljI Season Tornadoes Tonight Open BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I

With Newberry t

1 Official County Publication Established In 1S77VOLUMN

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thing can happen and prob- received word this! week that two SIXTY-NINE' ,;'jrAluiin: uun" PKIIV, SKrTK.MBF.lt 2fi. 104T NUMBER FOUTV-NEVKN

1I'1U when Starke and New of his most promising boys Don --- ------ _.__.._------,-- ---- --, .. ,
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each other on a llp- ald Neel and Jack Gill are i Ineligible -
meett leld ,at Bradford Park to- to play."Newberrl Road And I
Washouts Tie Up
{(for Tornado the
Ill Carson Geiger proclaimed "They have lost to us for the past

Id setup for'upsetswith several years, and in view of the As t tI
fopportunity for spllla galore many early-season handicaps we Heavy Large Bradford Areas

1 I field not yet dry from this are working under, this may be I _

torrential rains.Tornadoes their chance for revenge. At any I _. .-.... .- -
I will enter the rate, I think we can safely promise Tropical Storm
Lvercly handicapped by lack fans a 'real hard game."
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rely needed practice which Geiger announced his probable .:i------
for a week belof starting lineup as follows: John '
halted --A
-,en Brings j.M"N.:ti wh f
weather conditions. "We Rivers, LE; William Andrews LT; Damage ,.
that It's been raining Bobble Frazier, LG;; George Roberta 'L
pe '
berry, too," Coach Geiger, C; Kenneth Grlder, RG; From lIighVater\ Jh.It.
nted wryly. I' Spencer Crews, RT; James Phil
ISM been faced with a start- lips RE; Edward Shull QB; -
due to thet Jimmy McRae, LHB Drew r
cratth situation ; Red- Through traffic on heavily -
practically every letter- dish, FB;'' Roy Ray, RHB. travelled State Road 200 I )

.U .lost to the squad by Starting time of the game la blocked since Monday by a } 4
lion last spring. To addr set at 8:15.: Admission la adults
washout near Starke will not
to his worries the Coach 7Sc: students S5c.McClane ,
----- be resumed until the first of '

next week or perhaps even !

Districts Heads I II later, employes of the Wainer .. r ,,
Construction Co. stated yes- .' ..
terday.: Difficulty is being experienced t

nounced Starke Guard in obtaining enough .I I

dirt to fill the 75-foot gap in + V >Selvtl
I i ,
the: bridge detour at Prevatt 4.w
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[School Board Creek two miles south of +awt ,

town: Caused by flood waters 1"i : t

following near-record
a rain-
plying with the new Florida
I law, members of the Bradpounty t" fall here Monday and Tuesday
School Board met on the gaping washout has {

nber 16 and created five forced all travel between

I member residence dis- Gainesville and Starke to be I

The new districts conform routed around by Orange

9 with existing county com- Heights Melrose and Key-

iner districts but will carry stone. .
e int numbers in three in- Travel was also halted between i 'W' .

|s, Superintendent Arthur R. Starke and Green Cove

announced.new Springs by a bridge washoutat .
school law requires Black Creek

Boards In each county befised Variously estimated at from six

of five members one to eight Inches, the two-day rainfall wee
I''1 from each of five dis- played havoc with Bradford< ,

County roads and bridges, closing
Jet' the new setup.. School most schools for three or four t
j I District No. 1 Is the same days because busses were unable
ity Commissioner District :o' make their usual runs. Veteran tt

1 (voting precinct ,of Law- mail carrier Ellery M. Davis
IIs ,. JI described conditions over his rural t .
I i Board Dlat/lct/ No. 2 Is New' commandl officer of the route as the "worst mess I've seen r

,p IDe as County Commissioner local National G 1rd; Headquarters :In' my 32 years of service". -

r |clNo.1 3 (South Starke). Company 2nd attalionlz4thinfantry The torrential rains aCcompanied -
of Ml Board 'District No. 3 lame by blustery\ wind that rosa -
0 u County Commissioner is,capt;'1';'" K. McClane to gale force Ubout.,. o'clock Tuesday Pictured above aro. unease around auks 'Tutwdajr afternoon tf,':TV\ afm,4rnvMaKtto."ttelM4aHiMiwSk'Ud
t No:3.' (New.'.River'and J t4..1Y.J1? assumed command jam night; was thfs section-ashar*; M. flood watofiTVarlinl" near all-time. hlghi. :. .-' and of flea eMtarf: town wax a solid aheet of water overflowing .k !\

err). ..." trI .'w 'r.."i
I I Board District No. 4 is General' office! and effective the Caribbean Sea and hovered a short distance north of elty limit.*. Note.' stalk automobile- In 4. Water lapped around Cook's Store north of town on Route

Jne! u County Commissioner Sept. 13.: uncertainly In the Gulf off Tampa background. XOO,and several houses In this. vicinity were evacuated Tuesday'' '"' ,'I

No. 4 (Graham and Capt. 'McClane relieves Capt. before continuing a northeasterly t.: Possibly the greatest InoanvrnJenc to the snout people was night ,
ton). Richard O. Kidd whose new assignment ',course through the state. Passing caused! by .this gaping washout on Route tOO south of Starke to 0. n. 8. Overstnwt nonchalantly fishes from the front porch

tool Board District No 5 Is Is 8-1 (Intelligence Officer) west of. Jacksonville moved Tue.daynlaht. Gainesville, A new concrete bridge Is under construction over of his home" the Cook's Store ....... I

Ime as County Commlatiloner with the let Bn., 124th: Infantry. :toward, the Savannah disturbance and Charleston on Prevatt Creek' and the washout. occurred' oa the detour bridge that I 6. Water Street looking north from Call. lived up to Its name f

1 |ct No. 2 (North ;:Starke). Capt. Kidd will maintain offices with gradually diminishing winds had been built around It The road was a solid cheat: of wafer as far M the old city park '
lough! some confusion, might In the armory here. and clearing, weather.It .
|from the different number- Capt. McClane who served due was the second blow to be felt Sampson area were without mall away as the eastern county lfn time, and cattle refuse to eat it. Butlor eamps. "f
1 by the two boards. It was ing World War It as a Lieuten- here In a week's time. Bradford delivery for three days, and car drain Into thin region through Alligator L. D. Vining, field man for Container L. O. Powell, veteran timber and]
c ary for the School Board ant Colonel with the 81st (Wild- also got a touch of last week's rier Davis stated that he "hoped"to Creek. Mr. Edwards. described Corporation, described 'conditions turpentine operator described the I
leh numbers la three d...- cat) Division. in the Pacific Theatre more severe hurricane that swept be able to resume service in the water level around as "the worst since 1928." water aa "high an I've ever- seen
section He stated Lake the lie He stated that high water has t I'I'It"
I In order to leave Incumbent took a voluntary demotionof In from the east to cause millions this Friday. Sampson aa highest
could 90 milesof has and attributed it "paralyzed timber production" officials. estimated that the
members in their present two grades in rank in orderto of property damage across that he cover Only ever seen City
ntlal l districts. assume command of the local the state from Palm Beach to his 60-mile route Wednesday, to the fact that Santa Fe River halting the activities of same 29 city's. expanse In cleaning: up t
company. In civilian life he Is Turning northwestward and that he travelled 100 miles Is overflowing, causing water to trucks and 100 men engaged, In debris re-working streets bridges, (1
n i the two Fort Myers.
[are new board mem- farm agent for Bradford County. this hurricane caused most during the day because of detours back up, and stopping natural "putpwoodlng." It will be a weekor etc, would run In the neighbor '
appointed by Governor I loss along the Gulf Coast around washout. drainage from l Sampson. 10 days before activities can hood of ",000. fLight f
f'll one will come from new severe Orleans W. M\ Edward. reported Wed- Hogan Smith, another timber be resumed, he stated. plant crews were kept
to New
I I Miss.,
District from Oulfport
llaopton! No. 4 (Graham Red Rustproof Oats La.Opinions. nesday night that the entire 6,000 and cattleman of the Sampsonarea P. I. McLaurin, manager for the busy until a a. m. Wednesday repairing

|I District) and one from new Are RecommendedBy differ as to whetherrue.day's acres comprising the Sampson- stated that his stock was Hercules Powder Company In this lines. A high voltage linn ,
No. 8 (North Rowell-Crosby Lake Swamp area moved from the lake pasture (2300 volts) at Washington and I
.j. flood water. set a that the .
la He said the flood waters area reported company'sstumping Walnut broken In but
County Agent are flooded and that water Tuesday was two repaired j
record high for Bradford County
activities will be halted
that "over the turpentine cups" on some' would ruin the swamp range In an hour or so. Moat
Ue Thanked County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr., but most washouts observers were more agree numerous of his timber land In this vicinity. and predicted a detrimental effecton for at least a week but crews street lights gave up the ghost by '
advised farmers this week that road severe than ever Water Is expected to reach an cattle In this area during the will be kept busy loading "stock 7:10: p. m. Tuesday and current '
f'Cooperating only the Red Rustproof and more even higher level In this area because winter. Grass "sours" after water piles" of stumps located around In most residences was off for

Power Plant planting.of oaU are varietle.1 before.Residents of Route Two In the flood waters from as far stands on it for' any length of the Starke, Baldwin and Lake (Continued-to Page 8)

I yesterday to the people of ago are almost out of the picture Miss Howell Off For Iowa' Is Rotary Speaker For Mr. M. L. Johns :;
|e for the fine way In which now" the agent stated. "The
operated with the city; reft earliest and best variety availablenow Nannle Howell( former Four' members of the local Set For Oct. 2 Describing the new Florida Mrs Annie Rebecca Johns) SI, ,
trouble along the power '' according to the Agricultural Miss chapter of future Farmers of school law as "a wonderful step wife of Mlllard L.' Johns of New
during the storm of,Monday Experiment Station. Is Florida 167, resident of Starke died In a Jacksonville America, left yesterday for a, forward-If we can live up to It,", River, died Thursday. night Sept :
ueaday developed at .the Main.Station In hospital last Friday Sept Judging event In Waterloo, )owa. I "Th Rotary Club has acceptedour C. S. Partln. principal of BHS 1C la Shadycrsist Hospital following
Vartlnes stated that Gainesville." 10. She had lived in Jacksonville The boys will Judge-.dairy: prod-' challenge to a soft ball game" spoke before tin Rotary Club; a brief Ulnm.Mao. ..

gl!' this cooperation the city Mr. McClane stated that seed 28 years,Starke.but was originally Many' of a her native ucts as well as poultry. stated A. B.: Baker, Prealdent(of here Wednesday, discussing; highlight ,.:Johns w.. barn near Ocalaon

''lble to maintain service in of this variety are ve'ry limited of here attended the funeral. Judging team from all 48 the fctark Lions' Club, last Tues *"of the"child guidance peaII"'am' Nov 30, 1801! the,daU&1\le.\ of
make' friends the Iowa conven- that Is tnaliUlmata'goalof the late Irvin and Rebecca: SwlgdURunroe.
residence with very little and grower are advised to which was held at 3 p. m. last states will be day. "We hope to. get an Impossible' the present trend In education. i
Ption for 'their seed im tion. The local team will represent She had been a residentof .
arrangements Monday In the Oldden Chapel lineup on both sides", he It will take time to bring about
for H
result of high Bradford County
urges the to on Other varieties may Rev Florida as a yearsand
keep mediately. 166 Riverside Avenue. The said. When asked the meaningof all of the changes embodied In the
received married to Mr. John In
recently was
oats, but none honors the chapter
fin* crossed lines, flares and be uaed for grazing Bonnie Orenson. of the Unity f fIn
Mrs new law the principal stated justas
Baker Indicated

line-up 1918.
meeting. Impossible
I Indications as much graa- at a Tampa an
of trouble aaM !*o far has produced Center, officiated. Interment. It takes time to effect revolutionary '!tI.
spotted. This' is a great Ing or grain as Florida. 167 due at Crosby Cemetery. Bradford County boys who will that the term refer to In business! addition to her husband she
city In locating danger to attack by rust The deceased was a member attend are placing certain member in unbecoming and he expressed hope that the
he said. sporium leaf spot disease, I I of the Unity Center of Truth H. G. Hayes Jr., Eldridge Hayes, position around the publlo would not expect any "over Charlie Cowan of Gainesville and ,(
and Harry Green. Advisor V. R. Louise, Millar Jr.. and Freddie ; !
which will be> of miracles".
Ferguson will accompany the field< In spots night Johns, all of New River; two er, .
Wilma' Griff Farmers InvitedTo least bonefit ,U their appearanceand 'The aim of the new program Is brothers, Chart Renfro of Tar- I

At Raiford Rotary Luncheon Kingsley Fights group. of must enjoyment to the onlooker InflnfUly worthwhile however,* pon Springs and Leon Renfrc. "
the speaker said, "as we all know Starke a sister, Mr. 8. H. t
Will ContinueResults Farm Bureau Will .. This should serve to ;
Wilma Grlffls,. 30. wife of Next Wednesday that unless we make a worthwhile Stephenson of Tampa, and a half.llt..r.
[Crtfr's of Ral/ord! died and farmers from all of the bouts at the See Movie Oct. 3 make the to the came spectators.much more President Interesting citizen of a boy or girl we Mrs. :Mary Hagan of Jack j.
have failed In It Isn'tenough
Representative our job.
Saturday last Friday sonville. .
She was born will Lake Arena i
County Kingsley Baker believes. All member of
County sections of Bradford The Bradford County Farm to give the student classroom Funeral service were held In
1917. I II
on Feb. 28 I I
Starke Rotary night: both clubs are expected to particIpate -
of the month. Instruction We must
hold its regular only.
will i
I'e of
ufliter Bureau the First Christian Church
of the late and colored middleweight
rural-urban 157, alter I nated at frequent
Al Mack being
F'Tlson Thornton. Club Tat a special at I Joe Louts ly meeting Friday October 3. at go further and try to mold him Starke Sunday afternoon at 3
held won over Interval.
ddea her huVxmd and a luncheon meeting to be Orleans.Batista. 8 p. m., at the courthouse. The morally and physically as well as o'clock with the Rev. Fred Dodd
: Wednesday Oct. 1. in the Albert. 141. of New E. L. Crawford, urgssall All Stark, recalling the hilarious mentally."
ter Dixon officiat
Beatrice, she Is survived 12:15: I president. and the Rev. J. O.
Pf brother TLeoniOn. Methodist recreation building 130. of MamaeusetU member to be present as several "Donkey baseball g.." be- He stressed. broadened responsibilities ing. Interment was In the family ,' ;1
Truby and T. K. McClane I Bo.. 140. of Indiana. are to be twren Rotary member a few
both of Starke and County Agent won over Big Important that have been placed lot In Crosby Lake Cemetery un-
an,1,( Horace Thornton both who has charge of the program I Phillip Sweat. 134, Starke won discussed. yesrs ago, should be eager to attend on teachers. by the new law, der the direction of DeWitt C.Jones. :
'ftrd f this event announces that the over Oriffls, 126 also Starke. A Motion picture entitled "Antu- thin coming Rotary-Lion and stated that the ultimate goal ?
f ; two sisters Mrs. Cal- M. I ,;
rltna speaker will be Willard between Howard. 124', Modern Pled Plpera picture on game which prpmlaes to be equallya seemed. to be toward the services 4
bout '
of Raiford. and Mrs. guest The .
I ,
Bryant of Jacksonville Fifield esestant: director of the and Shull 137 both of Starke,' rat control will be shown and It entertaining.Baker of a "visiting teacher" who would I mltte that drew up the proposals at ,

r"f..I services were held at Agricultural Experiment Station was a draw.The I I is hoped that an expert on rat said the event would be visit the home of students and I upon which the law" Is based rcommenderj "i
avelide,| In Pine Grove Ceme- In Gainesville. bouts are held every Fri control from the United States staged Thursday October 2, at, work with parents In solving the I that "compulsory at- |
l near I Each Rotarian hall been asked the supervision Department of Agriculture will be 2:30 p. m. on the Bradford High' problems of their children, not tendance" be enforced' In order I ,
> Raiford. at 10 o'clceky 'to invite a farmer friend as his day night under LL William !present to discuss the economic School football field. Charge for only In .school: but In society asa I that the program might .ffec. i I
l.Uiams naming atuing. Bunts! :guest at the meeting and It Is wUI expected of Harley F. Blending Strong and Kid,'importance and various methodsof adulU will be :SO cents children whole. I lively reach all boy and girls of \i\\
of Camp
I* the. family plot with De- I : that this .epeclal event Welles. : controlling ""A on the farm. 29. H* stated that the citizens com- school age.'fr.IW :

!e. Jones In charge. iuract a large attendance. I ;fl

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to come up and say something, Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn iv: cinri' 'ir rO"RT.011'0111)1\ CI1ANI'KHY. named "Jk II,,,
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED One Woman'sOpinion but I couldn't talk, I disgust myself next four weakly lasues.Witness official. seal 10011 nty TeiLKra,1, rAaY.,
hand and ,
my Or '''
Bruce, Plaintiff,
sometimes being so emotional Ronald V. v" Ada Wltneaext polulhtasl r
at Btarke, Florida, this SeptemberoVriCIAT LTuce, :Defendant. Case No. ii9H.: mj 0"
but the tears came and I could 11 1941. OF I at Stark FRO. ant
SEAL) A J. Thomas lember
thereto ( 13th. 19OFFICIAl. ,- da ;.
not say a thing. What was AND NOTICE TO APPEAU tit
Court. (
As Clerk of said '
Published Every Friday (and Entered an Second ttf Mince Rom say? I had been given the By Lucille C. Conner D C. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ada A. Clerk of ShA1 0,7,
kxch.nge; Eldl- Bruce, whose residence. In unknown laid! ,. .
J S. Harrison Fly Lucille "
C1888 Matter at the Pont Office at Starke FIlL gift by God and I had used it. Jacksonville ,1"1.. You are required to appear on D. E. Knight( t'nnau..
They had shown their appreciation Atty. for Pit. -l 4t 10-10 October 20th 1947 In the above Allyy tur l'lf, Slarko rI,
The Lord Is the source of m
-mi what.. was I to say? I III"
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MEMBERBubHcrlptlon j 1947 supply, did not need to tell them I was
I shall not want.

91: Annually/;: 91.10 For Six Month He restoreth me In sleep when glad.

worry would sap my vitality. -
He'reneweth my courage when That's quite enough about me!

the battle goeth against me. I have only one brother and his

THE NEXT TRUSTEE ELECTIONThe He opens my eyes to my hidden name is James_ Last Saturdayhe STE

new Florida school law, although generally concededto possibilities. was a very sad little boy. .
He leadetti me Into the paths of Mother and Dad were out to tell
be "the best in the country", is so lengthy and so com-
that couldn't spend Sunday
plicated that few layment and indeed, not all school officials new opportunities. us they
When my faith in Him is strong, with us as usual. They had
themselves understand all of its varied facets.
I am unafraid. been working all week readying
But one phase!' is going to require some serious atten- Yea-He even enablcth me to James for school and he was to

tion within the next few weeks and this has to do with the face seeming failure courageously.. enter St. Joseph's Academy Sun- : __

school: trustee election on November 4th. When I am exhausted. He glv day at three.I LpI'N I

The new school law consolidates all tax school districtsof eth me new strength. took him with me Saturday /I.IXI.MOUNTID ,

each county, as well as any other territory in a countynot When the way seems blocked afternoon and"I,talked with hima CAB b rubber-cuih- I 'j :; 11. y/ 11EAIltl" y

previously included in a school district, into one county- Ha opens a new path. long time telling him how niceIt toned agolnt road t n rxhaln"qjy
wide tax school district. When all my tears go away 1 I would be and the advantages hodn, tonkin and vibration.

Therefore this year there will be only ONE trustee have a new sense of values. he would have and it helped him I .T }
Fortunate indeed is the man a lot. They told him he couldn'tcome
election-for the county at large-instead of nine trustee
who hath discovered his greatest home until he got over being 5pJY J+ ti
elections held here !in the past. Likewise there will be only Friend. homesick. James said he was _

one Board of Trustees, comprised of three men instead of "Oh, Lord, help me to sustain my going to give them his best sad

nine separate boards, totaling twenty-seven trustees, as in faith face and say "Who's homesick '. CNIYIOLRYa

the past. "Help me to realize always that no anyhow?" If you knew James, ,. II s t IN.NIA011Y

The importance of selecting conscientious, fair-dealing harm can come near him who you could Imagine just how he "a NYDIAULIC IIAKISI. INOINIS an

men for this new over-all board is immediately apparent for puts his faith-In Thee" looked. ...a, are esdwively deigned moo
: _, yy Mek derwT1
L { far greater bmk..llnieg
they Will have the duty 01 mailing teacher recommendationfor s lurJ1J Page Fiskd :

every school in the county-and the School Board is Gee-the things you have to put

obliged to abide by these recommendations unless "good A few years ago I was con. up with having tour boys! Last

II sufficient" reason can be given for not doing so. fused in my religion and I gaveit t week I found John and Donnie
As pointed out by Howard Bishop, Alachua County very deep thought. One night playing with a little "spreadingadder" ;

Superintendent of Public Instruction in a speech before a. as I lay thinking and saying m ; about a foot long. Sate -
' I found and lambs
civic here ]last week if "politically-minded" prayers suddenly the phrase k urday snakes '
group men are CO NNW fTIONOR .
made out of clay In the Ice box. ,M
:t' HIt elected as trustees there will undoubtedly be plenty of opportunity came to me as if it were put in gER iIAMIS carry
Tuesday[ John asked if he and .t '
: ,t for "job swapping" and other undesirable practices my mind: "Thy faith shall be jus U J/ Ir.ahrbada
DonnIe could to town after
titled." I looked In the Bible for go and pkk-uai/ haveINCIIASIOIOADSPACI
)' that will affect our children adversely, since it might result It and it wasn't there but some school and buy me a present. He %"J-l y. ,

: in placing inefficient teachers on faculties. The new school how it has always been with me. had found a dime. Later I found

law was designed to keep politics out of the school system as If I face a great trial I stop and out they had bought pop iclell!
much as possible but there is for it to with it. John and Donnie and
. an opportunity creep think. If I have the faith It will a LAIOIIWINDSHIILD ; fo
in unless three men of the right type are elected in Novem- all work out all right Judy painted John's bicycle. Results T and WINDOWS give )

l' ber. T cannot fully understand some : Paint everywhere. Today I 4' 71 11 proal.r Ndbllify,

All persons who are interested in our schools-and we of the sermons, I ,have heard caught John running around the

like to assume that everyone is-should give this matter preached. They sound as If a house. He had'painted his hands
red. What wonder?
next I Maybe -
some serious thought within the next few weeks. Christian Is poor; as If he Is to some of you other mothers glv.b.Nerloaddldrlbudon. ,l"; ,} !I",,
be continually punished by God. \\
know what I meant!
In my religion I have had the

greatest happiness and peace of For stamp pads stamp pad

YOU'RE NEEDED IN THE BLEACHERSThe mind that I have ever known.I .. ink. rubber stamp, daters, numbers -
have been blessed oh no won see The TELEGRAPH.
first football game fef the current season is sched- derfully blessed, In so many ways
uled for Bradford Park
tonight. that I can never give enough NOTICE! Of APPLICATION FOil

This year, more than ever, the success of the Tornadoeswill thanks. I wish that I could put ( TAX. Bill I KF.IVrnat !No. 1M)

depend upon the backing given the boys on the field by into words the beautiful thing NOTICE HMHKBY GIVEN.! That

the folks on the sidelines. The squad has suffered unusually that I feel in my heart, but I 1 Jacksonville The Atlantic, as National Trustee under Can k Will of

i 1 heavy losses since last season, and Coach Geiger's lads will cannot find the proper adjectiveswith of N .T. Ritch deceased, holder of
aCertlflcate Cab hat much MOSS
; ( line up under the flood lights tonight with new faces in virtually -: which to do so. Ta 7th day :of Auguet No. .tlb"? 1931? hailfiled the SOON, .IA'ING "ACII-.oor F 'IOOtie1 v' with TheyVe ABVANCI new from roof to....

every position. They'll need moral from same In my office and has fully ed ustabl..atA I 0f I' DIJIO -
support the mad application tor a tax deed to mowovls bade todoyl
' bleachers in great big hunks. It is up to us to give it to Last week I spent every hour be Issued thereon. Raid certificate
embrace the following described I
them that the children were away at property In the County of Bradford
school at my church the Pine ,State of Florida, to-wlt: TORODE CHEVROLET C
Hft of SK% of NWW N% of
Level Baptist painting a pictureon NEVi of SWV Sea 96, Township 4
the baptistry. I had promised South Range iU Ba.t, containing .
" THE OTHER FELLOW'S PRICES ; 40 acre more or leu. STARKE
\tf 1't' to paint It the first of July Theassessment of the said property I FLA.
"Nearly everyone seems to think a price Is too high if but then I grew afraid. I told under the said certificate __ e.
sued In the
was of Unknown
name :
J he is buying and quite within reason if he is selling." With Fred that it was too big a job Un I... said certificate shall be

tJ this, terse comment, one of our leading economists recently for me, but he said I could do it. property redeemed dem-rlhed according therein to law will the be

& spoke a proverbial mouthful. I bought the colors and painted old to the hlsrhest: : bidder at the
for hours on one just like it at courthouse door on the first Monday .
This universal attitude explains a good deal o f the In the month of November,
home. At times I would throw 1947, which la the Ird day of November.
wrangle over prices these days. The THERE'S
working kicks
man down my brushes In disgust but 1847. MORE NDW-
like a steer when asked to pay $3.50 for a shirt that cost $2 I always went back. Finally It Dates. 1 :4T.OFFICIAL.this 24th day of September -

before the war-but he is all in favor of a wage rate that was finished. It looked all right ( t1ourt.?? Thomas

may be double or more,than what he earned in 1941.! The but still I wasn't satisfied. But Clerk of, (Florida.' r .18 BradfordCounty 4t 10-17

real estate man regards his grocer asa a present-day Jesse I had Brother Hall come and get

James when he sees how little food a $5 bill will buy-and me and I started on the one at .N cinrriT rnfRT. nninroRDrOIJNTV

then goes out to sell houses for $20,000 that would have costwvv the church.I FLORIDA IN CHA1VCEHY. SO WORK
, CIA nnn I _u___ _._ .. __ James C*. Crutchfleld. Plaintiff vs. .

What we would all like, in short is to enjoy 1947 incomes I would dare to even start. .. No. 6961.
along with 1941 prices. Desirable as that dream may I knew that this one wasn't for AND NOTICFJ TO APPEAR

1 be, it is strictly a piece of fantasy so far as the facts of life me to look at; that this was to STATE OK FLORIDA whose to re.ld..c.Oot : Jessie. .

are concerned. The merchant is charging you more for what be in the House of God and for :a.f.fr'.t.htlldbn-: : n. a'Br, 'a++ xwe'wo.vMrpr awe N
all who belonged there to see. AsI You are required a on
you buy simply because the increase in wholesale oa't.. a M1yt4t
costa and sat r 20. 1947. In the named n
of the
business overhead force him to. The on top step ladder Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
manufacturer charges my phrase came back to me. It seeks divorce. Bradford County
more because there has been a tremendous inflation in the gave me assurance and courage.

cost of labor, taxes, materials and everything else. My fingers seemed nimble and the

All intelligent businessmen would like to see lower results when the brush touchedthe "

prices. They are worried now for fear that millions of con- wall were mIraculous. I had i etp w : iskI

sumers will shortly be priced out of the market, with con- another hand guiding me. Not
sequent buyers' strikes. !once did I have to cover over anything .,

What is the answer? Your guess is probably just as : there was never a slip of,

good as that pf the long-winded economist. But at the brush. Every day I could see
any pleasing results and at last It was Day
, rate there's no use'to "get sore" about it. When
tempted finished. I need not that I
; to "blow say
I your top" just hark back to the quotation at the The beau- CLIAMII 0
was proud. picture was
; beginning of this editorial.
tiful to_me. Not because of the AT ITS BESTThe

, talent but because It was the biggest .

'' _. ...... ..,. job that I had ever undertaken Life Of Yo Clothes
' and I had done it to the
Depends On The CARE
r MAKKETIXI ( best of my ability. They Receive. AU Gar
, : Still I knew I faced the final I
test-approval of the congrega.tlon. Carefully HAND

nit h %ctn & Sunday morning I listened Finished

..: to them talk about It; They didn't "
know who had painted tit and PRONE
you're serving less meat than you did when prices were believe me, it was music to my
lower, you can make up for it by giving extra thought to other ears. Then when Brother Hall
: Choose
your family's favorites at AMP.andI
I please l everybody from Pop to the pup I your talked about It during the service
AI my heart filled up to the brim- ra
..:. SUPER SPAGHETTI PAMPER YOUR POOCHI "my cup runneth over". There
'Even without' one meatball, ..paet your doff won't demand meat were all those people thanking me '" C EAN Ell ) rI

,ghetti can be mighty satisfying If you feed him DAILY DOG for what I had done and their "- I n
I specially when It's AAP's FOOD from the A&P. My terrier's
ANN PAGE. SPAGHETTI fixed tail tells me this nourishing, humble thanks gave me what will 110 Washington St.. Starke .
like this i. Cook an 8-os. package readyto-seservo canned doir food is be my greatest thrill. I was asked j ,mpty pgltln pn

I I according to package dog-gone delicious in Meat Fish
directions; or Cheese flavor. Start pampering w
drain. Combine your pooch during National Dog
Hi cups (a 10Hos. Week which begins S\J't.-.y. by
can) tomato treating him to DAILY DOU
puree, 1 small FOOD daily. *

onion (chopped), ,
34 cup grated carrots, 1 tap celery .POP-I Y 1' PLATTER tait THaATtANTIC ZQUALI ANT Ali VVlt
salt, 1 tsp. sugar 2 tsps. Worcestershire Would-be "Pop-Eyes" would be .
lace and 2 tbsps. fat. Cook pop-eyed If you were to serve AAP ANYWHERE IN THX
over low heat 5 minute. Place CANNED SPINACH .01 Saut
spaghetti on platter; add 4 quartered 2 tbsps. finely chopped onion in 2
hard-cooked' eggs and sauce. tbsp. fat. Stir in 2 tbaps. flour H
Serves. tsp salt H f tsp. The Premtam Ala

CHEESE HIT dry dash pepper.'Ad,1 mustard{ \ ,\t\llIJ.b\\ I 4 at the Popular Price ;

To make sandwiches that supply 1 cup JJ'kt,' t 0p46
some of the protein which meatless ually. Cook radSo. } TLAN ICALEdvMP
menus may lack I use prolow heat
tein-rich cheese. And to make this constantly till
pinch-hitter for meat score an thickened. Remove from heat. Stir EER'l'
"extra big hit. I team it with in H cup. grated cheese; add 3 of A
'JsU oced Qar'
MARVEL SOUR TYPE RYE ear**, slightly/ beaten and. 1 can i
BREAD from the AAP. Ire never AMP SPINACH K .
( \ cups). Mix Pik Jor tt sithdrr tray.trademark
eaten tastier rye bread and every well. Pour Into greased ting mold.
luscious loaf I is guaranteed fresh. Bake In moderate oven, 350.F.. $ mean the jJmfIOTTIID
Try itl I 50 to 60 minute Serves 6.
UNDC. AlllNOlin
0' list COCA-COLA
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Adults 75c(: Children 55c \a .

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Back The Tornadoes!

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Oct 3---Lake Butler - There See Every Game I

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Oct.17 Gainesville There "' I. ,,
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Oct.24 Montice Here u "--. .
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Oct: 31 Palatka Here .. ,,. .......' I
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No .-7---Sl Leo(Dade City) Here A LV;R E Z' CARPENTER'S :.I,/

Nov. 14 Trenton t Here Your Kexall Drug Slore F
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Nov.21Lake City - There I Every Type ofINSURANCE. We Hack The :f
Nov.26 Date Here 100 Percent
---Open - Please Phone U. I

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H. C \Wall Agency Lappe Bakery
Complete It's A Pleasure To Back Reliable
Prescription ServiceTwo ,. .. .
Home Furnishings i The Tornadoes "rUllUUU A Winning Team
Registered and Graduated Let's See Need Strong SupportFlorida
;' Pharmacists on Duty EVERYI0ME GAME .

Denmark Bank
The Star Store Koch Drug Store
Furniture Company Slade Gas Co. at Starke i

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We're.PulllngFor 'Em Up I I... -.. :. P.s D., f.v C.s ..
See You At The Game. lie Sure To See
The Tornadoes The Tornado Game Bring Home The BaconTORNADOES
Rut Don't Forget

1 E \1 Eastern. Auto Supply 1 Motor Company Barley F. StrongStarke1 JL,__
*Finest JewelerUNEXCELLED
-.. jj j j ff J fr r.frf-fff*f I ,_. .
Go Get 'Em Tornadoes- Good. Luck Fill The Stands / I U I
For Tonlahfs Game If.11. S. Tornadoes andWe're .
With You': To The Tornadoes Our Electric Service ,

,'; .

r Winkler Farm Home & ectric.

L B. Alvarez ServiceSTATION Electric Service Auto Supply Service & Supply
,... _
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See Our Line of
You'll Arrive Safe At The Compliments .Iloto'Fm Dotcn
School Supplies r
Game WithFirestone TOR N rt DOE S. / '

E. T. Shull Van H. Priest Co.

Tires Plum.ins-: & Heating Kidd's Service Station 5e TO$1 STORE




SUrke girl, Nancy Fay, .N! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD October 14, 1947 ""'"""'!
Contest Winner Fellowship Class syth COUNTY. FLORIUAI IN CHAN- Court and cause,In the ahw e.:
I.SOCIETY and CLUBS Sept. 13. CERY. seeks dlvorc. wh.r.ln : '"
Oldlne Ray Marty Plaintiff, vs. Lob l eradtordOc! "
To Have SupperThe Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Fo Telegraph shall !> ,
Lucille Marty Defendant. Case No. I" next tour thh
f! s1 key. Lake Butler boy Clifford RUHft. Witness weakly lure,
Wesley Fellowship Class at 14. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND at my hand ana
Larry, Sept. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1947'. Florida orrt'1'
Mrs. F. B. Johns GassettDekleMr. the Methodist Church will serv STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lola III. tbl, IIoPI.
supper Monday, September 29 a t For stamp pads;; tamp pad Lucille Marty whose residence Is: ( Clerk SEAL)
Honoree At DinnerMr. and Mrs. Marcus Dekle, of 7:00 at the Methodist Recreation Ink. rubber tamp, daters, mini Unknown.You A. of said Cour A' I '1B3" 1\,
p. m.. are required I to appear onOctober Lucille C. Conner
Lake :Butler announce the mare boron see The TELEGRAPH.I.V 1947, In the above T. Frank D
and Mr. Floyd Green were I Building. All membersand Court 17 and cause, wherein plain named Atty.. for ptla.ndrum. SIrk,'y
hosts last Sunday honoring MrF riage of their daughter Sarah their husbands are cordially : CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD, tiff. seeks divorce. Bradford County 34I p'.
Lillian to Calvin Covlldge Gas- invited to be present There will COUNTY." FLORIUAI IN CHAN Telegraph shall publish this Order IN: C.nCI1.T -
""B. Johns on her seventyeighthbirthday I cents CERY. In next four weekly Issues. COUNTY C'Of'RT. Bit
sett son of Mr. and Mrs. Pate be a charge of seventy-five Martha Soles. Plaintiff vsi Luther Witness my hand and official seal CEIIY. "'LORIDt, I 101
anniversary. per person. Soles.: Defendant. Cas No. 5976. at Starke Florida, this September. Mildred Lynn t
Gassett on Saturday night September ORDER 0V PUBLICATION 13. 1941. Robert Rellen
occasion Pla'nlllr'
Quests on this happy Those who plan to attend are AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas, Ca.. No.Fleming Belle, Afro
gathered outside on the spacious I 20, In Folkston, Ga. The STATE OF FLORIDA to: Luther As Clerk of said Court. ORDER 6997
delicious covereddish urged to telephone either Mrs. Soles, whose residence and address By Lucille C. Conner D. C. AND .IpIBLICA 71D
Judge (
where was by
lawn a ceremony performed
North Carolina golden Daytona Beach Fla.
Mrs W. B. Sewell Is: E. Bockingham Ray STATE
luncheon wa .erve from Starke. beside the for reservations. October ST. 1947. In the above armed R.F.D. 1.HSmitht eider reld,8'
present to Folkston'were their only Court and wherein plain
them cause
Hf: CIRCUIT COURT. You are tu'n glradtCourtBand'ouerth'
hosts and honoree were: V. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County COUNTY. FLORIDA! IN CHAN- required 'pp,.
Bob) Turner, Mr. and Mrs.J. attendants, Miss Elms Lee Hickey LeeParkerMiss Telegraph halt publind thl* Order CKHY.Woodle abo,.
Turner "' in next four weekly liiaiies.Wltnitss Faye Patrick Plaintiff I vs. tiff seeks "r'h.rel. _
M. Reddish, Jr., Mary Ella and D. J. Phillips. 1"1 7 f+ Jr ray TOmd; and official seal William Hoyt Patrick, Defendant.: Telegraph' divorce shall radrol'4'c':,
Turner Ira W. Andreu Mrs. Ara The bride was becomingly attired : Isabella Parker daughter at Starke. Florida, this (September Case No. 8984.'ORDER 'In next four weeklyOFFICIAL Pllhll.h I this
and Mrs. N. B. Rosier, in wool w of William Parker of Starke and 29 1941.COFFICIAL OF PUBLICATIONAND Witness my hand leuet
Moltt Mr. a lovely aqua jersey BRAD A.S.: Thomas NOTICE TO APPEAR at OM olflrhlU '
Miss Anlca Green Mr. and Mrs.I dress, featuring black accessories Eugene P. Lee son of Mr. and Ai Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William 51947' Florida, Ihl H'PI'
Lu&Hle C. I> C.
R. A. Green Lex Jr., Lu, BUI and Her corsage,,was of white :Mrs. Frank Lee '(If Ratford were J.By S. Harrison.Conner Law Exchange Bids'Jackionvllle Lawrencevllle Hoyt Patrick,,'>Georgia whose residence Is: A.( SEAL) A. J. ?!h,

Michael Green. dahlias and pink rosebuds ouietlv married at the home of ,I Fla. You are required to appear on i By Lucille C i'ounrr p
Atl w _tn.t_. Pli. _ft9A__ At.. _1A1T_ _. e.
Grlttl.- #' October 27, 1947, In the above nam- Zach
.. Rev. Jos. In Starke Douglas,
were: Mrs. Mr. Gassett is a 1943 graduateof Ualn"vlllo
Out of town guests ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Atty. for Plf. ,
S. 1. Strotip Mrs. Reuben Kennedy Bradford High School and ta Saturday night IN cincviT COURT BRADFORD seeks divorce. :Bradford County :, It I
Miss Helen Adklns COUNTY. PLORIDAl: CIIAMCKBV. shall this OrderIn
'Hampton publish
Sidney and Sue Kennedy now, engaged In business at Gas- After a wedding: trip to Silver r Telegraph next four weekly lisues.Witness .
River: Mr. and Mrs. W. sett's Hardware Store) Mrs. Gas- worn $50: and a two weeks' vacationlast I Springs Mr. and Mrs. Lee will 3. C. Durham. Plaintiff ".. EnlaDurham my hand and official seal INSURANCE
Crystal Defendant No. 6988.
week as the result of her entry Case et Starke Florida, thl* September II
C. Williams, Mrs. J. D. Finch andy sett graduated from Union County make their home In Jacksonville ORDER OF PUPX.1CATIONAND : you need fire automobile i
1 Finch. Tallahassee; Mr. High School in 1945 after which In a '"Vacation" contest sponsored where Mr. Lee la attending bar- NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ;3.' Thomas, or any: other type ttwuua.,,
Sherry by the Valdosta Drug Co. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Bulk A. Clerk of said Court..
and Mrs. Wilter 'Atvare Mr. and she! completed a beauty course at I ber college. Durham whose residence lat Helena, By Lucille D. C.' me at 129 W. Call street
i Mrs. R. J. Mazatt, and Suzanne Florida Beauty College In Jack The prize was awarded after>her, Qnnrgla. H.: O. Brown.U-Btarka: Flnrldh. I poslte Bradford County fc
Mrs. sonville'. She ,to continue number was pulled from a 'box! You are required to appear on Atty. for Ply,, 9.86 4t< 10-1T graph In Starke.
and Mouteen Jacksonville; plans W.O.W. To Meet October 37, 1147, In the above nlTmed Hart.,
Mamee Andreu Mr. and Mr*. V. with the Lady Fair Beauty Shopon containing slmlllar "sales" tickets I' Court and cause'Bradford wherein plain* if: CIRCUIT COURT BRA.DFORD tared In this business '*
Filled out by drug store employees tiff seeks divorce CountyTelegraph COUNTY. FLORIDAIN CHAN- I
A. Andreu, Mrs Reece Spivey and Call Street. W.O.W. members will meet at shall publish this Order CEHY. 1931 am wen quallllej
Dade City; throughout Florida. I in neat four weekly IsKues. Eva C. McBride, Plaintiff represent your beet
' Harry Reece Splvey the hall Friday night Sept. 28 official seal tendarit m!
Witness mv hand and
Miss Adklns senior in Brad- Joseph Francis McBride,
Mri. N. T. RItch, Jr. and Dianne, Miss Noegel HonoredAt a at 8 p. m., according to an an- at !ttarke! Florida, this September Case NO). 6991.ORDER No client of mine has err
Mrs. R. ford High School and on weekendsIs 13. 1941, PUBLICATIONAND a thin dime by
Mr. and I placing .
j Ft. Lauderdale; nouncement yesterday by A. W. U.
Dinner employed by Koch's Drug Store. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR insurance
Lake Butler Birthday All Clerk of said Court. me.
S. Johns Masters financial secretary. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph I
Jy Lucille C Conner T>. C. Francis McBride, whose residenceand N. D. WAINURICHT
4t A lovely dinner party was given H. O. Brown. Starke FloridaAtty. 1 address Is: 611 Park Place, a
Jr. Woman's ClubThe BIRTHS for Pit. 9-88 4t 10-17 Phone 154
Gathering Brooklyn New York.
Family by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley at You are required to appear on

;I At Kingsley Lake their home, Ecum Secum on Mable Junior Woman's Club will I Recent births recorded at Sha- .N COUNTY CIRCUIT FLOKIDAI COITRT. BRADFORD CHAN- "r ,

* Street Thursday evening in hon- meet October 2nd at 7:30 p. m. dycrest Hospital: CERY.
I Hush C. Bryson, Plaintiff, Barn
Miss vs.
'.. :Mrs. Mae Edwards and or of Bliss Edna Noegel who AU members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Millie Dyal, Lake Walker Bryson, Defendant. Case

Elaine Edwards were hostesses at celebrated her sixteenth birthday MUM Delia Rosenberg and Mrs. Butler girl Rosie Lee, Sept. 12. No. B970.
Lake last weekend at a anniversary at that time. ORDER OFsJ>rJTrtICATIONAND Back again !
' I Kingsley W. C. Powell will be hostesses Mr. and Mrs. William V. For- NOTICE TO APPEAR
I' delightful family gathering which Four couples were seated at the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sara
and relatives Walker Brynon whose residence I.:
i1\l\ Included beautifully appointed dinner table J Dawklns Circle Union South
i' from Starke and elaewhere. which was overlaid with a hand- Carolina.You Whitman'sFINE

{!\\ Present to share this delightful some linen cloth. The center attraction -I. ctnlir are 28, 1947 required, In the to above appear named on-

get-together were Mr. and Mrs. was a beautifully deco Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
1t seeks Bradford County
J. D. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest rated birthday cake with the Telegraph' divorce.publish this Order
I Phillips Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alex words "Sweet Sixteen", surrounded In next u'.h; weekly :Isauen.Wltneiis 4

:-w. ander. Out of town guests were: by pink rosebuds. Two silver Btnrke,mY Florida hand,and this official September sealt ChocolatesIn

'/ Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Prescott Mr cranes, and sliver candles set In 20. 1941. -
" Well a more or less hasty survey weather conditions: A visiting OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,
B. T. KlnK. Jack ; cut glows holden, further enhanced Plentiful Supply
"T Balnbridge reveals that most of Starke Rotarian stated Wednesday that A. Cleric of said Court.
; Mrs. S.' T. Prescott, the beauty of the table. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
,; Oa: Jimmy Cannon, Palatka. After a three-course dinner the Is pretty well intact in spite of he drove 73 miles to get to Starke Martin J. Pearl, 80J Graham BlilB,
from acksnnvlll Fla.
; Penney Farms In order to
.Jf guests enjoyed- games and music. that amazing storm Tuesday night "make up" his attendance Of Atty. for Plf. 9-J6 4t 10-17 Enjoy Whitman's Finest Box of Candy

' WCTU Meets Today I At the close of the evening the The strong rains ol :Monday: course Penney Farms is only a- .:V CIHCVIT COITRT.roivry. BRADFORD
birthday cake was served with ice .. FI.ORIUAI IN C1IANCKRY. -
had several Callstreeters trotting
I bout 20 miles from Call Street, as ONE POUND
r The regular WCTU meeting will, cream. around barefooted on the main the crow flies, but a Black Creek Maggie J. Downing Barnes, Plaln- The 1 S amterT"I s5"

be held In the chapel of the Tab- drag Charlie Fender Included bridge was out on the usual route Defendant lift v... Ptc.. Cane AUKUstlne No. 6937.J. Barnes, 1.73

ernacle this afternoon (Friday) at V.D.C. To Meet One way to beat the high priceof so he had to come by way of ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
This being the end of shoe leather! And never NOTICE TO APPEAR
3 o'clock. Green Cove and Palatka STATES OF FLORIDA to: Pfc. .
$ the WCTU year reports will be The W. T. Weeks Chapter,UDC say that our Bradford'I Tornadoes Augustine J. Barns. whose residence ,
, received and other Important business will have its next meeting at the aren't' loyal to their team-at least U: 5043 a. Elisabeth Street,
( FOOTBALL Yes, this tinge Chicago 9, Illinois.You For The Football Boys
home of Mrs. O. L. Baasley, with I know of v. ,
transacted. one who 1st I During of fall in the atmosphere came are required to appear on
Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid and Mrs I i the worst of the downpour Tuesday October 97, 1947 In the Hoove named '__
co-hostesses. just in time for tonight's the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff We Are Now Showing
W. G. Haile as The J i afternoon Bobble Frazier rode night for that opening : BHS seeks divorce and care an4co..tody'
meeting will beheld Wednesday i{1 a bicycle all the way in from game of minor child. Bradford Elastic Supporters
vs. .
Newberry : Coach Geiger County Telegraph shall publish this
BIII October 1. at 3:30. i: Graham because he thought there says the show will on, even if Order In next four weekly Issues."Witness .
1 I might possibly be a practice that my hand and official seal 4l Elastic Anklets
; the players have to be equippedwith at Starka, Florida this September JPLENTY
.' STARKE fl.A.rr night I .' The fact that a good outboard motors! Cheer 34. 1947. Elastic Wristbands
portion of the road was under (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas
leaders will be '
gorgeously attiredIn A. Clerk of said Court.
' Sun. Mon. Tursk TheGreat water, and he had to cross a deep purple and gOld-and thereby By Lucille C. Conner D. C.H. Elastic Knee Supporters _
O. Brown- Stark, Florida,
Sept 88 88 -30 washout over a'' rickety plankdidn't hangs a tale You should hear Atty. for Ph 9-29 4t 10-17 ;
to bother him bit _
seem a Alice Anderson relate how she
F A WALK drove to Gainesville (via Key COUNTY J'LORIDAI"lN CHAN.CBRY. .

stone) in the teeth, of a .
Furnls M Scurry Plaintiff vs. OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES
IN THE SUNDana Others who took the thing non- rain Monday to secure the vital Eugenia McCormtcir Scurry. Defen-

TIDEby chalantly included Hilda Houston purple satin for Janet's cheer- dant.ORDER Case No.OF 5971.PUBLICATION
who was spotted about 4 o'clock leader uniform After "tramp- AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR' ,
Andrews, Richard Oonte Tuesday afternoon, while Water Ing up and down Gainesville" with STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eugenia
of Time & N!ws McCormick Scurry whose residences
March Counters
Street (quite appropriately nam- her clothes and feet getting wet- : Unknown. Our Large Display On

I ed) was a solid sea of aqua ter by the minute she couldn't You are required' to appear on
Oct. 1. S October 14, 1947, In the above named -
'h' Wed. Thur Rubylea Hall She was out in the elements "ex find purple after all Had to Court and wherein pbintitf -
DOUBLE settle for it home seeks County
ercising" Harry's bird dogs and white bring Telegraph shall publish this Order
her waterproof costume Included' and dye It! Even at that she's in next four weekly Issues.

Because of HimDeanna hip boots a rubber sombrero and, thankful she escaped having to at Witness Starke,my Florida hand, and this official September seal

a speckled poncho like OIs wore, spend the rest of the week in 83, 1947. KOCH DRUG STORE

Durbln. Chas. Laugh- in tie ;jungle "I've seen It' Gainesville Seems she got An(OFFICIAL. Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas,

higher", she casually remarked to back lust as the alternate route By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
ton, Franchot Tone Florida's Newest T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
AndSEVENTH- those who marvelled at her bravo was blocked off by the stormy Atty. for Fit. '.31J 4t 10.17

GREAT NOVELWe ery Buddy Bishop had beau. weather .

coup worries, trying to keep telephones -
VEIL have the pleasure to announce In order so folks could call Sorry to hear that Lloyd Green

that Mrs. Hall will be up one another and find out how, broke his arm recently He

James Mason Ann Todd In our store on Saturday afternoon the weather was In the other claims that a horse he was riding The

Also. News September 21 from 12:30 end of town Says he was up slipped and fell 'on !him but-well,

6 to 6:00 and will autograph all till midnight, Tuesday and out at Inez has a different story .

copies of "The Great Tide" sold the crack of dawn Wednesday Says it's just a simple story of

Stage Show during these hours finally catching up with him and T1 ITGHWORD

"letting him have It" Hear
2 Margie (Grader) Douville and her of today .ha.
y Thursday Oct. Some unknown damsel, brave The smart timepieces
Chestnut's was fortunate In but foolhardy crossed a bridge husband are the proud parents ofa of Today a two-fold mI..lon-to. keeP you '

Radio JamboreeFEATURING getting First Editions of this detour on Route 200 south of town baby boy born Sept. 16 time and to keep you In tyle.

celebrated book. We predictIt a matter of minutes before It Incidentally they may come South handsome watches for mn and w",

will be the most Importantnovel caved In Men were on dutyat soon and go into business around e Amwto

of the fall season. the spot to warn motorists of Deland At present they're en are precision bunt meplllJ by "

living in Minneapolis: Don't foremost time cratt
the impending washout .- s
Toby Dowdy'sHighPointers "Shorty" Row told said lady; forget that Rotary-Lion ball game "good looks of finest Jewelry <

We Invite you to come In on that the road was on the verge next Thursday afternoon! Dill .... It will be a>pleasure to show

the above date and meet Mrs.llubylcsi of collapsing but the fearless Graham says the Rotarians aren't to 'you today.Men's .

Ball Florida's newest femme replied "I've got to get going to practice beforehand,

great novelist.Chestnut. across", and cross she did, with 'cause if they did they'd be too .

chunks of road giving away In stiff to playl ,

Three Big Shows her wake! Can't help but -

4:30 .7:30.9:30 wonder where she was headed In Some of the! girls leaving last

such a hurry Everybody week (how well miss 'em) for the
Music Singing Office sweeping sidewalks early Wednes- gates of FSU were Mary Weldon I and Ladies BULOVA & ELGIN WatchesIN

s day morning Glimpsed Mary Betty Home Merry Winkler A WIDE RANGE OF
,, Comedy Dancing Patten and Mrs. Avery among Marilyn Crosby, Elizabeth Lawson, -;
1 those exclaiming over the grand and Marian Brown.. Of course
HEARD DAILY Equipment Co and glorious: mess the wind and the "old regulars" returned and

( WRUF 7:30( A. M.RADIO'S rain had made of their yards never before has Bradford Countyhad
lfl.tn SilverBy
so many boys and girls in ., g

"CompleteOffice The ITSO: was a popular spot a- universities Hear that our

Biggest Jamboree Out!liters" gain And among those on handto three Clemsonltes (Charles Mooney \ INTERNATIONALACCESSORY

render first aid food and other Bill Edwards, and Al Harley -

STAGE SHOW PICTURE necessities to the. stormtossedwere ) are rooming together at this WATCH
FRAMING Grace and Ted Osborne, S. C. military school In- / I
'i I
FrI. Sat. Oct. S 4 Audrey Carlisle Lillian Stump, cidentally. they now possess three JEWELRY '::J d REPAIRING

DOUBLE FEATURE GREETING Junlus and Virginia Smith Guy exceedingly bald heads aa the result

CARDS Andrews, L M. Gaines Ruby of clippers carelessly wielded "Quality Has No Substitute"

ARTIST Johns, Larkin Weeks Della Ro f'n- in the hands of some mean ole
SUPPLIES berg, and Harold Wall Someof sophomores All In the spiritof

the "refugees" snoozed on cots, fun of course All In the

Starring Tom Tyler while others-the younger and spirit of fun .

And 206 W. University Ave. more agile ones-played ping pangand :. I I

other) games until deemed safe So long See you tonight in GEM'JEWELRY

GAINESVILLE.FLORIDA to so home again And an- the bleachers to I
Sky Banditsas. other Instance of loyalty in spite -Carolyn.

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Newell, Lovls Staaley ...
Chapt. -Phantom Empire": Ph/nes'1086 & 2373 ;"-.:.: -. ,.I: .... #.1'

allot 'DIVIRt Daodlea- II' ALVAREZ' STORE Eatabllah6d! 'I 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.


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e ITs! of LOCAL NEWS Conn.William, Is a Foster guest of of New Stephen Canaan St. Mrs. B. F. Haines, of Altamonte Mr. and Mrs Thomas Morganwere Earl Johnson of Metter, Ga.,I EXTKA-SIZK! PANTS, 44, ...
Springs Fla.
John. Mr. Foster Is guest this week visitors last weekend of Mr. spent lut'weekend In Starke with I.8, 50, educed from 94.90 to $J..Nat I.
Starke will be In of her son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs' Charley: E. Johns his family. ALVAREZ'.
Baldwin Mrs. Indefinitely. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halnes. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal of
cklDl L"E. Tanner of Fay Gill U visiting Mr. Simpson I
BOYS' PANTS redumd Mr. and Mrs. Blake
I visited MM. J. H.Lt and Mrs. J. F Robb In Columbia, front Jackson lire Fairfield n', were weekend guestsof .
Bob $4.95 to $2.99: at ALVAREZ'. enjoying a two weeks' visit with
8. C., where she plans to remain Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown.J. .
?h Sunday. relatives In Etowah Something Different For The Kiddies
Wllklnaon for several weeks. Mrs. J. H. Smith and Mrs. Tenn. W. Rowe was the guest Thurs- t
Mrs Edgar!: Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and
d Oldham of Jacksonville daughter
Green Cove HOOVER sales and day of this week of hU brother
toID service. The spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sara Barefoot returned J. R. Rowe
uwgueets Mr WUln' only outlet for in Macclenny.
genuine parts. last
Hogan Smith. Saturday from Asheville N. Cake
ele and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Phone 120. SMITH'S: GARAGE tf C., and Acconac, Va., where they MIllS Sally Ann Epperson spent Merry-Go-Round I
C I Mrs. W. H. Ford spent last Friday :Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of have been vacationing for two last week in Jacksonville with her

% Vining returned lastfcom and Saturday In Baldwin, Miami are visiting N. D. Wainwright weeks. grandparents, M1', and Mrs. R. L.
are where Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Colorfully Decorated With PeppermintSticks
.1.1o visit with relatives she was guest of Mrs. Richard
R. B.!: Save
In a money on your work and
'I Returning' with Tanner. R. Wainwright this week. dress See Charley E. Johns Agencyfor and Plastic Animals
u. Ga. pants, reduced to $2.95 for
her slater, Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited Mrs. E. H. Smith and B. S. clearance at ALVAREZ' :your AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY

'ALa Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger in Edwards were In Jacksonville Mra. Charley E. Johns and INSURANCE. Jt rilONBis

Irnu Green Cove Springs last week. Tuesday. daughter Markleyann, accompanied L. S. Hutto and daughter, Mrs. LAPPE BAKERY

Mr. and_Mrs. J. D. Hazen 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneyhad Jerome Johns to Emory at M. C. Wells were in Jacksonville

r Sarasota were guests of Mr. and as guests last week Mrs. B. Oxford In Atlanta last Sunday. Thursday. I

C,, hestolineMIPLASTIC Mrs. A. E. McKinney last week. H. Seville of Wildwood and Mrs. They were accompanied by Mrs.
Roy Reddish of Webster.Mr. Thomas Morgan.

and Mrs. Morris Jackson of Miss Lucille Alvarez
IIIu Birmingham, Ala., were recent Wednesday from Jacksonville,
guests of Mrs. Carl Jackson. where ahe spent the past week
OF Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hazen with her slater, Mrs O. P. Dyal. I

I spent last week In Hot Springs, Mrs. Leonard Smith Jr. accompanied -

o Ark., with Mrs. Hazen's brother- her husband to Gainesville

in-law and slater, Major and Mrs. Tuesday of this week, where she 5-Burner

4 Super-Grade R. J. Davies visited friends for the day. j I ,
(Slightly Used)
4a Active'Material Let me write your AUTOMOBILE Mrs. D. W. Moore spent last 9
LIABILITY INSURANCE.New weekend In Hampton with her sis

I, For Roofs law becomes effective Oct. 1. ter, Mrs. T. F. Brown and fam f Sets Oil Ranges
Your business appreciated ily. t

t Charley E. John ARenry. 2t 0-In. plates
Mrs R. R. Rutchlngs, Wbo has
UARANTEED Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dlshlnger been 111 for quite some time, Is

of Bedford Lake are attending the continuing to Improve at the 10.95 10,

4r 3.95'or photograph e r'a convention In home of Mrs T. M. Hutchings.Mr. :

Asheville, N. C., and will also visit and Mrs, W. T. Jackson t\
in Waynesvllle and Atlanta before A Wonderful Combination of -
Gallon'sarby spent last week at Crystal LakeIn
5 returning home. They were accompanied the Carl Johns cottage duringa Beauty & Durability t
by Mrs. Gladys Gil- 41 0 .
of their two-week
reath of Jacksonville tion.portion vaca- PRICED AT A BARGAIN I

ter, Mrs. Jewel Johns and Mrs. : 762 pair work and drew.. I
Phone 64 STARKE Johns' children sailed last Friday pant reduced" to $2.95 at

STARKE, FLA. On-the-Minit Service for Hawaii. Mrs. Johns will join ALVAREZ'. Steam-O-Matic IRONS 13.95

her husband who is stationed Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Peterson and SAVES SPRINKLING REG.: PRICE 16.95 +

I there, and Mrs. Carter will return children of Brooksvllle were visit- GOING

after a short visit. ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. 39 95
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rlgdon returned L. Durahlmer over the weekend. '''S I ThayerBaby FORIn .

Attention t t Please last week from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonhad : 'Conditionc
our relatives In Crescent Ga. While as their guests last Friday In First Class -

there Mr. Rigdon joined a party and Saturday Mrs..J. D Robinson, : Carriages TESTED And They Cook

Automobile And Truck Owners for shrimp fishing on St. Cath- of St. Petersburg, and( Mrs. R. N. e :. I Aa Good As New.

erine Sound. White, of Plant City.T. -
782 pair work and drNIS pants W. Hazen of Brooker Is 29.95

you familiar with the new actual values up to $7.9.1 -Reduced spending some time here with his CLOTHWindow

to $::1.95 at ALVAREZ STOKK. daughter, Mrs. A. E. McKinney.
which into effect October
goes Miss Marjorie Davis left Wed- Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlongleft HEAVY BUILT

1917, in respect to the owner- nesday of this week for Tallahassee Wednesday, for the Shriners'Convention LARGE RUBBER: TIRES Shades t

p and operation of cars and g1 where she entered her In Miami. They expect k r

cks? The FINANCIAL RE- senior year at FSU. to return next Sunday. VOWING TOP

ONSIBILITY LAW,.enacted at Mrs. P. I. McLaurin. Miss Paula Let Charley E. Johns Agency SAFETY: ItKAKEM 1 1.60

last session of the state legis- McLaurln and Mra. K. C. Mann write your AUTOMOIIII.K: LIABILITY t. .

re. This law Is MOST IM- were visiting In Gainesville Tues- INSURANCE. Don't take a

RTANT to all operators of mo- day.Bill chance on lo"lng your drl\er'a II- IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT I :

vehicles and should have your early attention. We Long and A. Z. Adkins Jr., cense. 21 ,

be glad to show you a copy of the law and if yout returned Sunday, to the University Buddy( Mathews of Starke has :

t to protect your interests with liability insurance, of Florida where they will been in the Ocala Hospital for the JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
resume their studies In the Law past two weeks because of glandular -
Agency, having been in operation over 50 years,
School. trouble. His mother stayed
uipped to take care of your needs.Ve Mrs. Lloyd Green and Miss Sara, with him while he was sick. I PHONE_ 151 8TAHKE: FLA.

Barefoot spent Thursday In Gainesville Mrs. L. U. Morgan fa visitingher NI \

Will Appreciate Your ConsiderationH. daughter, Mrs.'John D. Pollet' i:
Come to the Bradford County'' In New Orleans, La., this week.,

Telegraph for your office Sup- PANTS. ,aluc..' 7.03.. Jfl.9.1,.

plies. Rubber bandit. pencils, carbon 33.23. $...911. $.'.12, ") .W. $3.93.

C. WALL AGENCYPlease paper, legal form, etc.Ve $3.79, $3.43--all reduced! to $%.911 CARL JOHNS !

have a large eupply. at ALVAREZ'.

Starke I
f CONSTANT SERVICE 1 I "........-
bone 146 Fla.CLASSIFIED. .

r TAIRorn where I sit... // Joe Marsh ,,1 Phone 45 Washington St. Starke, Fla. t

r .

We All Need Fun! Westinghouse Electric Home Appliances I

TOCR CAR w. have a new FOR SALE
L.CO auto radlol I Immediate ', *.
illation. A. low ae 14160. ONE NEW 3-BEDROOM residence FOR i t

:''t PHEBI at Madlaon RADIO.treats.SERVICE Stark". lust/ completed.LUMBER- lilt: ,. III. Ix8. 11. IXIt Nobody In Our Town la exactly of beer; and for the kids,parcheesi

ttrora 160-170; Window.* compute; lazy (even though Pete Swanson's or the radio. Doesnt mean everybody -
PlumbingFitting*: fe In. Ply Wood; has to like the same thing- Automatic Record Freezers"V
Pine Flooring: Book Shelve. mlian claims he sleeps till seven'AM.
FARM. CITY AND KI'VIVM: LIMES White Cement, But the hardest workingman so long. they relax,have fan, together -
VES9 PROPERTY Glass !Block Sand. ) Irons Electric Hot
ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete of all Is Doe Holllster-on in the home.Doe
Blocks, .11 sliest; pipe, step etonee.houee and hllll- Home
night. have time
piece, floor; Cement; Rock call, morningnoon p doesn't
!Mortar MIX' Steel Windows: PalnlOil After a hard day, he'll relax
I : A.L and Block! Paint; Concrete Flour Funny thing,Doe's favorite preself.
complete; Dump Truck Hauling I is You before the fire with a glass of beer WI.In'WLWIWInuw4YWYI! !)ilOUUIMIItlUUUIMUIttWUIUWIIUl',Wt,lUI !!'
.4..1_. e f _..- One Hkll-8...... new. scription to his patients ofand wait for the phone ring ;de'FW;;; ;; ;h=
try proper. *?. HM made over LOTS FOR SALES 1300 up ICO ought to have fun. The pace sit Place Your }
S.N. ., UonoeaFarma down. 110 mo. In city limit the farm again. And from where I Doe
."Fees.. Barer ,.... all .,.r the f.KNEHtl GionEERive:CO rRACri'Nttnittnpoiiu ro. modern living somerelaxatiese, even on deserves each well-earned. minute UrWj].1

TROUT open REALTY llattaa AGENCY J. Maurice Edwards Pn... .4 demands of that relaxation. Electric Refrigerator & Electric Range
And as Doe says-fun Is a personal
trPretIfonted Locally By FOR)SALE and -a 'acr.5-room.. of house land.(furnlahed House- thing. For the missus It may 'n'oIc'M.. "1 AA MWIeT I

C. HOLLJNGSWORTH wired. Variety fruit tre.., flow- mesa a movie or a good book; for Off d .A

116 So. Walnut St. miles ere barn 8W Lawtey chicken on yard.road. write 14 Dad,mellow and refreshing gleesCopyris6t,1947 C/vv.
DISHES!: of all kind. r.no- Miami. Fla. 13000. Contact Josh
I. turnltur. upholetered and Crawford Lawtey to In.pe..tpr.mlapa. ,UiuitJ. Sum Brnmn Foundation
.hod. Drop ue a card. lip' 10.10 .
P 'tatka. Fla. tf FOR SALP'-I: : Oacr. farm Yt ml.
In culti
from Hlhway. IS acre
M "" 4-room house wired for
One Jersey milk cow, ele..trlclly. Price I17S 1160 down.
ea I. with white Spots middleMaurice II to pay. 8 pet. InterestMr.Joyce -
Kdwarda. Jr. T. Futoh Lawtey. Flt. -
L- Itp, C3
I.,4Medium. Spirit.I TWO a P"m"tfor :
andWHealer. Btate rent; turns had In Sarke.Write OUR
County tell Clarence Num baum, Clark
1 Uth.r Clark.ylaev 1 ml.you.N..I Bid*.. "o.k.onVIII.., Fla. It Asbestos Roofing Siding Roll Roofing 45 & 90 lb. '
larks' ,
on for
Rd. 100. Look
'I SALE-1 modern baby bed Cold & Curing Plant
It FOR with InT.reprlnamattr.....-2 11 Storage
'ALiJ-Mowing machine In N. Walnut 8t.
1 s 1." have has short..with ton 4.n or. tor ft extra trac-' NO'rlCg-1 now have mls.r.a portable Will October 15

'e,'0.also Priced original to move.tongue Reason for for' f..d yourbfeed mill and Karl molasses yCookce4t0 grind 10-11 Will Be Open FAIRBANKS-MORSE WATER PUMPS i

As: I don't need It .om. Ker-

tS I Sl.e broodero.. and m.tal 100, 100 tray.and. Also 100 WANTED Young dependable man for, light hon. For All Types of Wells You Can Buy Installed Or Not ; ,
e d kto mo... I don't nesS th.m. work. Must be meet publl PreWt4tsaBoioOAIVStarkr We Will Otter You The I
1e 1-1'011"1'' .at.; and able !

bm.!mill witam.wOR. _E. E. .p..ml.-. 1 t Same Reliable Service ___..,...,;',If+tlMUH mMUtlMfeUhJUtt!' ,ItMau***.,>.HTUXEDO _.7aM1aN--i.. '
ml- north of Waldo "t
L"oo.> ttp 1112.EDoood | apartment; 1 .
FOR BENT-Furnlehed This Season As We Have
T private batn. I.. ''g ascre.n.d FEEDSFor
house maid who j room" .1.0-
I Gas a.OV.
Cook take care of two on"- porch. In The Past
a'. *.* and II 1'....... Will pay Couple'ron'yr-403* N.eWalnutphone.Bt
,6y i aalary. It will be a 1tl
It J See C. W. Batten, ... ..
Ilahte. Stark., Ploridr.ElltO STENOGRAPHER WANTED.- Law We Will Have Two Cures For Your Meat r.--
TED: oHlc.. alit.. LePetten "".rNdittirnon Poultry Cows Calves Pigs

P r'*I Iraq-Colored hospital couple nearby.. to Woman work la.lon. ..rrlnj.FrM.. please PLAIN SALT CURE Horses Rabbits Dogs Hogs
kl.and man tot yard work. ong '
A I woman for cook Room Sw.pa-P.r'n..flce. R.w.rd. .- AND SUGAR CURE
"board"*d' and good salary. If return. to I'p NEW PRICES Compare Quality & Price t
write Box 144. Qalnee10J-
-!'\. Itp WANTED-S.cr.tary for. G"ocI doctor'1oHlc. sal- YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED __ "
A .. Out 0o" .
P.D-eatu. marked crop one Interested write 1I0a SH.oefnu"III. "JWilson
Iblrp cry .It 10-' -
or' PO. the Other .'U. Branded .. Fl. ttD
Cattle swat000.r -
to.1c and marked und.rblt one .lIl'htl. used 1 en.ipegIageUelCart .
bpp.e .urtare. under square SALE-I _Sine store. COMPANY & Toomer Fertilizers
other ear. Branded >>... $6 per STARKE1CE
10.4,4 00.tat. L s .q barU.......h.. .1 Washl.rtoO. it. 45. 11 .

;;;Thr"'. PMN, West Cave Dieselfir and Starke, Fla.
bJlssllablllty. phone ,
$t 20.10a .. .. ...... I..ran"

a PINg WOOD, fireplace .r life needs S.s H. J m.). Waln..I..to lof' your Jr.. lac rl
1. O-Nell. P.lm.at W. Call BM "100IU. 0 .ADI'



>FACE fcl* -i'rlAllttt"'e' ) _' FBIPAY.--_=Ek ..

.. and con of Starke .and Mrs. Rufus does for all. Clnl.r You are required to appear on Py A*Lucille Clerk of C. said Conner Court.D. C. :John n : Fwnderson, E.q

Green and daughter, Nellie, and We are victims of chance often October 20 11147. In the above. reamed .- J. 8. Harrison.. Law Exchange Bid?'., tty. for Plt 11
Hill and wherein Pain Jacksonville Fla. '
l Court cause
RisingBy grandson, Clyde, Jr., all of Brook- Clay and environment. If: one does not .ll Tyson and Henna Tyson, his Atty. for Plf. '-H 4t 10-8, II It

er, were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Ed- worry about anything too much wife eeeke Order of Adoption and CsCanerT, COfllT
Mr Edward Norman Ily Lura Burgew Mohr of name of Dorl Bile :;: ; FLORIDA enAp
ward Norman Sun Iii
of this section Nebr. life is easier. If something comes Fleming.:: a minor. Bradford Count COUNTY. FLOKIUAl CHAN. (
Fonca, Carlton
shall thin Order B. Sanderson
e up to harass me. I always thinkof Telegraph publish. CRaY.Katherine Plated
day.Mr. In neat four weekly Issues.Witness Cook, vs. Carl CasemNo: d591laandersoq: ,
e the old "And this too Plailltlfk D.t.r
Mr*. J. E. Norman and granddaughter and Mrs. Pommer Doretchof saying, my hand and official seat Cook, Defendant. 59ZO. ORDER
Jo Ann, are visiting in Waldo were visiting Mr. and Wherein summer has turned Into shall pass." In the morning one at Starke Florida this September ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND N OP' Pt'BLI TI

Jacksonville this week. Mrs. Edward Norman Friday Autumn. anil I rejoins In the feels better. Death In the end (OFFICIAL!' SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE AND NOT1CB OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Carl Od.1I STATE OP' FLORIDA APPEA ti:

Robert Norman of Jacksonville night of last week.A I !golden days of harvest and cool- overtakes all of us, so why worry A.. Clerk of .ald Court.E. Flo..lela.Atty. Cook whose residence Is 14 Prospect last known 8..nde"'on.I. but 'ho.. fen'
Ferryman, .
ne...... about the small things I Just 10-1 Street, Xeyport oespD.ai Yonkers, New York Rlverttl
has been spending the past two birthday dinner was given at for Plf. 8-111 U You are required on You or.
week In thin section and Crest- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A haze on the far horizon-the let myself dwell on beauties of October B, 1947 In the above before Septemht'required 29th t.

view with friends and relatives. I Jones Sunday for their little infinite tender sky- nature, of the happy things in NOTICE 'NO. isoi tt1t.R04I .. r named;>' Court seeks.and divorce cause, Bradford wherein'lalntiff above Wherein named Plaintiff Court and'19nrl
Emery Lewis of this section is daughter, Carolyn four, and Mrs. The ripe rich tint of the cornfields everyday living. I love to get up > A THM PUBLIC UTII.ITIECU1K1MKION Jounty Telegraph shall publish this. no other relief seek" dlvor":'
Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness
of of Telegraph iPhW'r*
a morning, to perk a pot : shall C'
in Fort Myers for treatment of his Jeanette Jones' little son, Julius that t'Florida my hand and official In next four Ihll
NOTICK U hereby given
coffee and make toast. To huma sal at Stark, Florida this weekly
The wild sailing high September Witness Issues
ill health. We all wish him a Edward, one. geese ; Railroad Publle UttitlesCommission band
1. 1947.OFFICIAL
speedy recovery. Mrs. Ruby Green has been visit- And all over upland and lowland tune to think "Boy, I am still will hold public hearIno at. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Seal.t August at Starke, 1947.. Flurlda a.' .thlt or
in Lake City for The charm of the golden rod- alive and I made it through the on .the following matter Aa Clerk of said Court. (OFFicIAL
her mother .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberson Ing '::3O A. Monday, October t, 1147 By Luclll C. Conner D. G. Ali 8JAL) A. I.
Some of us call it Autumn, night.- Yes sometimes the sytheof In its hearing room In the Supreme. J. 0. Harrison/ Law Exchange :Bids. John Clerk J. of sold Court Tb
time cuts us down In our sleep. Court BuildingTallahacaee.. Florida JacksonvilletFls., Hende".n, E.q
call it u.tln., Florida 8l
at which time and place youand Pit. AU,.. t/o.
for f-5 ..
God.W. Atty. 4t
We .. pit'
Phone 52-J H. Carruth. bury so many people every < all parties will be
given an opportunity to be fully: I.Z' (ttIN I IcinctiT
E week that I realize it more and
B .8 Y "Y.DE SEQVlct The great burning summer is b.. IN CIRCUIT COMtT. BRADFORD C
Mrs. Ilartmann more. .' V-KBT NO. ill MO Applloatloa COV TT. FLORIDA IN CIIANCKBY. CO RT
WS OltOW TMS svoaa over. Here July and August were .f Walter Hy..i.a, Htarke, CRItY Y' FLOltlo.U t
I hot and dry. Autumn has come When making baking powder Florida, for Certificate ef PnbllConTenleaoe Olive Orvln Dlseker, Plaintiff ".. Gladys Williamson
biscuits try rolling the dough thin an.. Neoeealtr antnor. Robert A. Dlaeker, Defendant. Case ".. Otis Oren Yarne''pb
hear the hum of ,.
and can
one sine the transportation of tioaee.hreairoont No. 594* Case No. 6874. "n .ten
tractors. People are digging their and use two cuts for one biscuit .. the Bt* e of Florid I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Plate Lunches Regular Dinners I Irree-nlar NOTICE TO APPEAR ANDENOTICEPvu LI
It Is a glorious time: when you have company. They ever rontee.DOCKET ATIO
potatoes. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert P
NO > MC Application STATE EA 1
Short OrdersSandwiches We can already feel at night the are nice to buttery: To keep lemons nt Alma* Hone MovlnaBtarke. A. Dlseker whose residence last Oren Varnes OF whose FLORIn4
winter which is Just around the fresh put in a jar of cold Florida" for Certificate of PnblleNonvenience known I* % Mrs. W. 10. Montgomery known. reeldenn}I.
and Necessity author Falrfortsn Spartanburg, .
Soft DrinksQUICK Jr %' corner. water, screw on a lid tight and riln* the traaeportatlon of houses. s..f September 12,819474 t. apPla
put In the refrigerator. buildings and atructuren.. com u are required .to appear on named Court coup tho .
At Hill school has started and
Clay October
In 18th In the above ,
piete or sections (but notknooked and plaintiff seeks lib
with Mr. Jones from Alabama as Try singing or whistling a tune down) from Army, Navy named Court oansm wherein County Telegraph divorce. p.,
': SERVICE His teachers are Essie as you wash those dishes. Soon and Governmental camp. hanartnervaUona ... plaintiff seeks divorce, custody and Order In shall )eblie
t project and Inntal. support of child. Bradford County Wltn... in handrend I.
CLEAN ATMOSPHERE Mae Eunice and Mrs. Esther Mos- you will be in a happy frame of Utlone, to all points In the Stat Telegraph shall publish this Order at Starke, Florida, tliel.
mind and not tired. It will of Florida, over Irretcular route in next four weekly Issue' 1947. this AUI"I
ley. The cafeteria has opened, so
Wltnsss my hand and official/
WITNESS the hand of the Bxecntlve (OFFICIAL
I with Elgin Padgett head cook and have a happy effect on the whole Secretary of the Florida Railroad seal at Stark. Florida, this 10th SEAL ClerkRobert ) A. J.'DBy ,

A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT Mrs. Falrcloth as helper. The en- household. I oft line old hymnsmy &, public Utllltlea Commlmlnn/ of( September 1047.OFFICIAL I. "Thoma Lucille C o'>1&4' C
at Tallahassee, Florida, this 15th AsE0Lerk H.
rollment has been near hundredand mother used to sing. God bless day of September, 1(47. said.. Court.I,Jacksonville Duncan Florida. Lynch
DOOR TQ PARK THEATRE Ey Lucille C. 'Conaer, D. C.
F. H.' : -tty. for
more expected. I have many every one of YOU who read this Pit. 1-21
,I Bobby Odom Dub Rhoden Executive Secretary__ It
nice letters from Clay Hill and all and I send my love across the 9-11 It t-IS u ------

are well and busy. Lula Mae mllea. -

Mosley says they will soon break -LuraGraham IN CrtlJMTV nnrriT FLORID coi'itr.' BRADFORD IN CHAN THE PICTURE YOU

corn, and she spent a couple of CBKV. DIDN'T TAKE TODAY

Let Ua Repaint and Repair weeks with her brother Harry and "Edith". Herman Lancaster T. Turner Turner, Defendant.Plaintiff I CAN NEVER BE TAKEN AS A,

t E wife at Zephyrhilla. Ella Mae Os- Case No. 5911.ORDER TOMORROWNOW
v Your Old Bicycle teen Is glad school has started and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In the time to get
that her sister is working In Jack- STATE OF FLORIDA to! Herman ii,1&Uh
-- By Mrs. John McKinney T. Turner, whose re.ldenc'li Un- MO.VIKS of those growing
We'll Make It Like New sonville in the Tasty Toasty Grill known. Youngsters. You don't have
on Riverside Avenue. Letters You are required to appear on
October 10. 1947 In the above named buy expensive Cameras or Projectors -
ALSO from Mildred Sculley, Shirley Mosey Mr: and Mrs. Jake Starling of Court and cause. wherein plaIn- to make movies of :your
and they are having a nice Tampa spent the weekend with tiff soaks divorce and restorationof RJOD
own. We will rent them to
NEW & USED BICYCLES maiden name. Bradford County yon .
summer. Mrs. Carson Grlffls of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Call. Telegraph h Order for fa
a very small fee and WLLREMUiANY'APPETITEl
: u'I.
weedy : :your
FOR SALE In neat four
Highland sent me her baby's picture -
Mrs. Leola Roberts of Starke
Wltnen rny hand and official seal only investment Is the film.
: and Bernice and Richard was visiting Mrs. C. B. Roberts' at Starke' Florida, this, September Come in today for further
BAKER Mosley are moving Into their new 17. 1947.
BIGGS & Saturday afternoon. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Information _
home this week. Mrs. Winton
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis of I A* Clerk of said Court. HILL'SCOFFEE
105 W. CALL ST. FLA. Parrish is busy and happy with By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Hollywood Camera
were visiting friends and R. H. Duncan 204
-..... ... ....- ... ... .. .. .. . her family at Fifton. She has relatives Saturday.Mr. 'Jacksonville Fla. Lynch Bid7.. and Gift Shop SHOP I
Joined the church at Long Branch Atty. for Plf. 9-10 4t 10-10(

and so has Mrs. Louie Carter. I and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal of IN CIRCUIT Call St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST CALL ST.

LET'S HAVE SOME FUN I am glad for the church needs High Springs were visiting Mr. -OL'Tr FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IN CM AN. STARKE. FLA.

more young members. Mattie Bell and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sunday. CKRV.Gloria .
Jean. Banswell, Plaintiff, v*.
and Farley Austin have a new Miss Onle Mae Starling of Donald Wayne: Bauiwell, Defendant.

See The Fights baby boy. Congratulations. Ed- Starke Is spending a few days Case No. 6906.ORDLtR OF. PUBLICATION

- ward Mosley is driving the big with her mother, Mrs. Kate Star AND NOTICE TO APPEAR <

vAt school bus and John Mosley the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Donald Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM
ling.Mrs. Wayne: Bauawell, whose residence
small bus at Clay Hill. Lorene. Florrle McKinney and Mrs. I.I unknown.
Boom Town
Fields in going to school in North Wiggins of Gainesville spent Fri- October You are 20, 1947 required, In the to above appear named on Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One\\

Carolina.! So life moves on as it day with Mrs. :McKinney's mother Court and cause, wherein plain-

Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M. Mr*. Annie E. Ward. tiff maiden seeks name.divorce Bradford and restorationof County

,Operated Donations the Little past Eugene week. Jones has been on Charlie and Mary Jane Thomas ;In'el next pf'u'.h': '; weedy: :Issue this Order ONE TO THREE YEARSTO

on Only were visiting In 'Witness handand
relatives Tampa my official
the sick list the
., Week for a few days. seal at etarke Florida tills Beptem- PAY. NO DOWN
but Is improving at this writing. her Uth 1947.OFFICIAL .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dyal and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
._ _.. A Clerk of sale .
-- -- ---- -- .
Dewey Murrhee
I '. were transacting T.ncllle. C. Conner. TV F!. PAYMENT
: -'
;.. tf business in Jacksonville Tuesday. Rivers and Anderson. Green Cove

:f George Rivera'was transacting Sprints, for Fla.Attys rif.. 9-19 4t 10-10

r Enjoy the business in Gainesville Thursday.. CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE

\ Russell Starling and Bill Cain I IN CIRCUIT COJ R'r. BRADFORD
; were in Ocala on Business Wed fOlNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY '
i rc Southeast's Shull Plumbing & Heating
p II nesday. Maurice O. Fontaine, Plaintiff vs.
Willie Jacqueline Fontaine, D e f. n d ant..
Strickland. John
Ward Case No. 5965.O1toER .
-; Famous Charlie and Albert Thomas at OP1 PUBLICATION STARKE FLA.
game between the I I
Gainesville G-men and St. Augustine Jacqueline Fontaine whose residenceand
r Attractions. Saints in address< la: Combree, Maine et
St. Augustine Fri! Loire. France.
day night. You are required: to appear on
October 17. 1947. In the above named
and Mrs.
r Jake Starling, Mr. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
" and Mrs. Joe Call Earl and Onie seeks divorce. Bradford: County

'I b Mae Starling were shopping Inn Telegraph nest four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order R. B. Alvarez & Son

Gainesville Saturday. Witness. my hand and official
J. W. seal. at Btarke. Florida, this Sep
Starling of Clearwater tember IR, 1947.OFFICIAl .
spent the weekend with his father, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
As Clerk of said Transfer & Co.
Perry Starling. By Lucille I C. ..orurb. C. Storage
Mrs. Bunle Bro'ughtonand T. Frank Landrum, Btarke, Florida'
Atty. tor fit.' 9-19 4t 10-10
daughters, Katie Maude' and

Chlspa were transacting business iv CIRCUIT Coin?. IIftADFO, Moving' and Phone 9105
in Starke
Saturday.Mr. Cel1tY.Wilma .

! and Mrs. Bee Covey had as .:tor'T Plaintiff, he.i .George. ,, We Operate Local and Long Distance

dinner guests Sunday Mr. and I Case No. 6959. In The State of
Mrs. Earl Sapp and children of ORDER OF FlTBLtCfATlON Anywhere
I. Gainesville. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oeorire
\ Betty Jean Jones spent last Washington Taylor whose residence
week in Nichols with relatives. and address< are. is required: Detroit to Michigan. Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Linalt

I Levis Starling of -Gainesville oclOb'.r: : 17, 1947. In the above a'l:
ed Court and wherein
< cause plaintiff -
1 spent the weekend with his seeks divorce ami custody a"d"onl..ol
I mother, Mrs. Kate Starling. of minor children. Bradford
f County Telegraph" shall publish this
Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. Order In ..."t four' weekly Issues.Witness .

t Chesley Fogg were shopping in i my hand and official
seal at Starke. Florida, Ibis Sep
/ cLry c.D Starke Saturday.Mrs. tember 16 1947.
Hillard Broughton of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas
b As Clerk of said Court.
Gainesville spent Sunday with By Luollle C. Conner, D< C.
relatives and friends., T. Frank Landrum. Btarke, Florida

FLORIDA WILD ANIMAL AND REPTILE RANCH. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood Atty. for Plf. _9-19 4t 10.10 411 \\:91.1U l

St. Petersburg offers an left for their hOYrte In Sarasota I* rincriT roi'KT. BRADFORD
, amazing array of wild COI'rITY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CBflY. .
,. animals atrange reptiles beautiful last Wednesday after spending a .
ttl> abn7.1FC alligators
l,,, _n
and crocodiles few days here with relatives. Albert A. Nolan Plaintiff, vs. Mary!
against an exotic natural Lou Nolan, Defendant. Case No.
3tting. Every moment spent in this interesting The Sunday School of the Chris 5131.OnDER
Florida ,attraction is enjoyable. tian Church enjoyed a picnic at AND NOTICT5 TO APPEAR
Silver Springs Saturday. STATE OF FLORIDA tot Mary
.r '
Lassie Jones J. L. Lou Nolan whose resldenc 1*:
Morgan Society Mill South Carolina.- spruce.up
Enjoy the Soutl1aa t's Speck Cason, and Russell Starlingall You are required to appear on
Famous left for Miami yesterday to October It. 1947. In the above named "
Court and
cause wherein plaintiff Fallwardrobe
help clean up the town after the : seek divorce. hradford County your
: Regional Beer storm. Telegraph shall publish this Order
-- In next tour weekly Issue
dJm. John McKinney and F. P. Roberts Witness. my hand and official
seal at Btarke Florida, this Sep.
j: were in Gainesville Mondayon tember I, un.OFFICIAl. .
t business. ( ) SEAL) A. :1. Thomas ,

K/ry tip ot TAX the Beer ol Fr!.ndahip7 |I. enjoyable E. B. McKinney was visiting "'2

rtfr.slunnt. Btw'd by master brewers to pl a.* the his brother, John McKinney Sunday Protect Your UpholsteryWith

: ,. ,t, palaiM cl the South.asf discriminating beer lov.r lAX night. Good Durable That neat-an-BV-pln. well-pre.s t,1 .PP""'

, 1 has dl.llnctive quality mellow oodncsi and flavor. Try "OT'CIII e ante I* no accident. It man, dry C'lran>M I

;, this regional beer a* a refreshing beverage or a d.llght- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: SEAT COVERS 'e by c.reful thorough scientific IftI'tb I
I Fry Jul Notice I* hereby nl..n that I hay e
j accompaniment the Southeast's great regional foods. toed' my Final Accounting ".. A,Imlnlstrator dry cleaning that not only rm"Vd I!
You'll like JAX. And r.m.mber-YCIII can't buy better for' the Estate of Lydla grime, bat rejuvenates w" "
I OolUy. actually
h beer, no matter what you pay. Slit day dereaned.of October and, 1941.will apply on the to TAILORED TO towns. Have that epruced-up, wt'n-roo "\

; WIIe ht free t 1111'_." teethr hili". Me ifory el AM leer. rJAXBREWIHG / County Admlnletrator.t.1.Florida,Judge for' Final. of Dlchr7 Bradford County.ae said FIT YOUR lid look this falL Don't wall u"1 coW I
. J. COLLET. Adm'r INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE weather actually arrives to ft your
4t 10.10. shape


: eHANOE o.r"D mONorJf&.i* GREEN, %
** Ru.n$-' rLBMnv().. .tuKQCOa. Tempk'owlter
sew Or

__ AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ii Court & Madison Sts. Ait.
Fleming. who* addrtee Im .1I ,
BrambUton. Avenue, Norfolk. Vlr- ,

RA, 1941 "
I _u. II rOE 8mYTelegraph

News win be "Seeking: Higher Things", of his good life, and the influence a two weeks' visit with ".
torch Young people meet at 6:30: o'- of his life on the in relatives II Park To Present iv, nncriT coritT. nninronn' .
clock centuries Klngstree S. C. and! with Mr rminiv.,,, shall publl h thla Order
on Sunday for [ FIURIDAI i>
since bin IMA*
a snack
followed .
day. Special music will and Mrs. Joseph Gibala CKKV. I Iin next four weekly Iaeuse.Witneaa .
. in Wash Dowdy
by an enjoyable be Stage Show ]M. "'. .
program. a feature of thla service. ington D. C. HerringI'luititlft.. \ \ < Mury HIT hand and official seal
All young: people Accompanied b y Ida Herring, Ui-r< mlunt roar No t
h are Invited to Sunday School Churchnn attend at 9:43. Plans her baby bov.: Jerry. Mrs. Gibala. The stark war drama "A Walk 5971. 1947 1 .
odist are being made for an came home In The ORDER! !' Ol PPHL.IOATIOM ( .... .Il.IA'. .
enlarged with her parents and I Sun", starring Dana Andrews AND NOTICE //a. nAr ) A. J. Thomas,
InC tor Sunday morn- The Bible Story Hour is held Sunday School with the addition Is their guest at thla time. will the TO APfKAIt Clerk of roll. Court.
open week's STATIC OH- .
tonic each of entertainment K1.01tl-| 10Ia.v: Lucille C runner, I>. C, J
28 In the First Meth- Tuesday afternoon at 3:30.: an extra room. The pastor will Mr. and. Mrs. J. R. at the Park Theatre Ida Herring, whoa ronldonco Imi.T. Vrank intlruni, atarke Via..
111hr pt. The life of Moses Is now being teach the class for high school Parker and I starting isle Albany A\i",.., Vt'aycrom,'(I Ally. for 1'lf. .-Iti 4t 10-IT
Personal Sunday and .
lurch will be "A told. students.The family and their visitors :Mr. and I showing nrirla. f,
!Mrs. C. through Tuesday.For You are roqulred to appear on". t
1 announced by the A. Joyner of Columbia,, Octnba .
g> | 47 In the above .:
EatT W. J. Church- church is planning to enter- S. C., enjoyed the wonders of Silver Its mld-week feature next Court ana emus Wh..ln tlntntff n"'j! |I I

the Rev Presbyterian ChurchAt tain the Presbytery of North Florida Springs Wednesday of last Tuesday and Wednesday the Park Tvloiiraph Hepka divorce.shall. puiillnh Hradford this County Order .I tIt1ll1c! .
. which will meet in Starke. on week. will show "Because of Him" with In next four weekly' IMHIIPN ( I O t'.
I.r I
land Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb the 11 a. m. Morning; Worship October 14. A special meeting of' Deanna Durbin, Charles Laughton .Wltneea' my hand' unit; nfflflali! We $ Ir .-.t.. II
at l ''irk., Florida,
the Preiibyterial of North and Franchot her 1MT.OtrKliML+ this "
Le charge of the music at and Sermon in the First Florida Tone and "The 13 OUT
rNC daY evening service, 7:30: Presbyterian Church Dr. J. Warren will be held here on the same date. Seventh Veil" with James Mason (,%a Clerk ,of MEAL'soil: > Court: A.. J. 8."te"-1 I fIOJ KD
t and there will be several Kaufman will discuss the life A dinner will be arranged for both BrookerBy and Ann Todd, I Wv t.urlim C. Conner, D. C. I
It. II.
I number The sermon topic of a great Christian; the elements bodies in the Woman's Club. Mr. T. W. Also on Thursday the Park will' Jarkacnvlll Duncan. Florida 104 Lynch Eliilldlnv. jt
era MarkeyLowell present a stage show featuring Ally. for I'll. 8-18 4t 10-17 Ifi

At The TabernacleThe e e e a e e e I Toby Dowdy's High-Pointers at IV ,
1It tIis1'IT < oiiir. nit \i>ri>ni>
Longer Wear l Douglas left Monday to .::30. 7SO: and 0:30.: Pillar<-
message Sunday morning enter Stetson University at De- Friday and Saturday Oct 3 ,.., miliurt RuNharJ. Plaintiff vn Nancy
11 Through Expert Repair brought by the sponsor, was based land. He was accompanied! thereby the double feature bill will consist Ann Mo har
on Luke 4:16-30: and was di his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K.. of "Tracy Rldt.." with Tom un.OHJ>Bn: Or" Pl'TILlrATION j rthWIa.g.lgr'W
NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES rectly applied to the lives of the Douglas.Mrs. Tyler nd "Sky Bandits" with ANt NIVTICH TI1, APPKAIl

hearers. The interest of tho service Carrie Ingram of Starke James Newlll. Chapter 12 of Ann 8TATK ItoHhartl OK w"'I.nIlIP.to hotte lHRld. ..nre: Nancy and..
tl, BIGGS & BAKER : was intensified by a duct was a dinner guest of Mr. and "Phantom Empire" and "Diving aildroaa la: see laranoltu. drive

l 105 %V. Call St. Starke, Fla. : Martin rendered of by Mr. domes, and Mr. Mrs. E. T. Stewart Sunday. Dandles" will complete the bill. Ort'h aKewuoil: are New rwutiirnd:Jeritev'hO appnar on fJLID rQThe I
I Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ilazon enjoyed r 14 1947 In above nam
II ed Court and vanncs wherein plain'
.I.. Sunday night the message was a weeks' vacation at Salt Singing Convention tiff aoeka dlvorco. lradford County
Ii delivered from the 4th chapter of Telegraph ahall putallnh. 'Illla' Order.
Galatlans Springs recently.Mr. In next four weekly Imtueit. Auto Fountain
and centered around and Mr. Henry Stokes left Marcus Conner president of the Witness my hand and official Meal,

1 pert UPHOLSTERINGSLIP Paul's "Magnificent OboHBion". Again last week_ for their home In Texas Bradford County Singing Convention at 11. Htarkv 1117. ITIorlUu 5 this. Hcptember Madison & Walnut St.
; there was special music and City Texas after spending three announces that the group (Official "all. A. J. Thomas Starker .:- Fla.
this was dedicated will Aa Clerk' of laid Court
to W. C. Pra meet on Sunday Sept 28,
, VENETIAN weeks here with H. B. Stokes. Sty Lucille C. Gunner D
a ther who is leaving to in the Fairbanks Church ; titarke
make his Mr. and Mrs. Earl Geilmann and Baptist I P. Frank I.amlrum, Kill.
MATTRESSES, New and Renovated CANVAS home with his son In Kentucky. I son, Tommie, arrived Wednesday between Waldo and Gainesville. Atty... for f'lt. P-DII 4t 10-Ir

A little gift was also presented from a three-month visit with relatives All persons interested In good IN cmct'lT" toi'itr.' DIUIlFON1) STRONG COMICS
AWNINGS o. Complete or Recover to him in appreciation of his faithful In Utah. While here they gospel sinning are cordially Invited -I "roast-..1141'. ..1o111DA1 Iv r.'N '

Drop Us A Card And We Will Be Glad attendance upon the services were guests of Mr. and Mrs T. W. to attend. JniepH M. T.'rni>a. Plaintiff va. d..rtrude Different Each Week i
through the years. K. Twrnua, L'efondanl' Case.
Markey and returned the latter IV CIRCUIT No. 5990
To Give You An Estimate Regular services this week witha part of the week to their home in c..>!'%..'\. Stolid roi'HT.t. nitADPOMII IX ('HAN. "ICI.re"l l OJ!' PirHLICATION WATCH The Happenings i
young man leader fur the Youth /''''''V. ANn NOTIfM TO AI'pJI'JAn!
Jacksonville.Mr. Jamea R Mium, Plaintiff v*. TCvHyn 8T\TH] OF FI.OltlllA lo: llertrudM t
Meeting Saturday He promises and Mrs. Edd Polk and Bane, l>cf ndant. C"... No. 6HHJ.onmCM >>. K. Ternea, whoae renlilvnce' andaildrena
McGriff f Brothers'nesville some delightful surprises. I1K PIIHL.UMTION I la: % airs. Kurt llattxr,
children and H. B. Stokes and AND! NOTI<'J1j Tn APPKM "lallinan. New Yoi k.
son Earl made a business trip to 8TATD OP FLOniDA lo: Kvf>lvft You are rentilred to appear on 1I
Hun. wbntm October 14, 1047 In the / /
realdviicv and addreaa above namei
Corner South Oak and East McCormick Christian ChurchJ. Starke Saturday la 'Unknown.You Cntirt and race wherein plain' % t tC '
Mrs. Dave Green and Mrs. Wilson rfMiulreil 1 .1I to appear on October tiff aeek* divorce I Ilrndford County
;r.1 :
P. 0. Box 549 Phone 1031 B. Dixon 1947, In the above named
pastor of the First Green in
were shopping Court and reuse, whrln plaintiff r.- ,.- rrr ..
Christian Church has returnedto Gainesville Friday. nf>..k. dlvu,.". Hrndford, County
ToJpirrnph, shall publish. thin Order CIVX.
his pulpit and will preach at A. B. Surrency was visiting Mr. In next four weekly INMIIAN.. L-ITS-
I = both and \Vlrn0ttt band and nfflrlnl Hi*. 'N i.l \M. Smilk
morning evening services and Mrs. Colen Knight in Jacksonville niv
Real at Htai k,. Florida" this. Muptnnibcr -
COURTESYin Sunday. Morning theme; last week. 33, 1941. -
4'.r, "Going on to perfection". Evening Hamp Conerly of Okcechobce (OFKICIAf ss)and A. J. Thomas, -r r- I
all the thoughtful relations of Ser- A* Cleric. of call Court. -
theme ((7:30): "The focal point of was visiting relatives here during Ily Lucille C. Conner, T>. r>.
Ire with convenience and complete. the Gospel". Sunday School 10 the weekend. UeorB" U Patten Stark, Kin.
pest; as well as fateful in the Atty. for IMf. 0-20 4t 10-17 II
economy a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Eurnlo Johnson of

measure that it is needed. 7:30: p. m.Pine. Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ..'1' 1DJ! It I
Roberts of Starke were visiting _
.! .
-. .- -. -. -. H. B. stokes) Huniiay. I EXPERTSERVICE It's duy/Ibprernewkrcd/

I LevelBy spent Mr last And Mrs.Thursday J. K. at Douglas Salt their anniversary witlu J .

Mrs. II. M. McRae Springs. a a' r from." t
AMUUT-ANCE SERVICE e e e e e e e 1 Mrs. Florence Varnadoe Is ,
spending this week In Bell and
Funeral Director
There were 238 children and Stelnhati'hee visiting relatives.
STARKE PHONE TOur Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville Harley F. Strong t.
adults in the Sunday School classes rep ;,..... I
at Pine Level Sunday. Two spent the weekend here '
local funeral home enables us to members were added to the with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. : (. ,yywr Gift Headquarters :

offer conveniences and services not ,church at the evening service. Dave Green. .. 4 In Jewelry I :
itherusise available. H. P. Foots and Lester Carter Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Ml a I I

of Lakeland spent Wednesday children were visiting relatives in "I 1 it hos. fa Ml bitsHeiiiejl. Yea i.. Lame Selection of j

| furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices art] night with Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Calahan Sunday afternoon. I'. SIMwtNel .li f heteed..Ts.ifr .. Diamonds and Mountings, I

pt; ANT life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY con Lewis on their way home after a Mrs. Pitt Baxter was the guest Chas. C. J
ij,, u payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation trip to Wisconsin. of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Finest Selection of Watches
118 no IIbllgatt lI.- +** "' Kenneth Thomas of Brooker I Johnnie Lewis In I Jacksonville last ShepherdAt STABKt DRY CLEANERS And Jewelry Gift In l

I spent Monday night with his week.Mr. AND LAUNDRY Starke
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. H. and Mrs Mack Lewis of Gay's Service Station 137 W. Call Phone. 153 ';\
rxm.zt nun IUUPINO ,
Lewis. Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. -_- II rrrrrsrrpssr s4 .,---- --------- ,"
and baby were visiting at Lake Mrs Annie Lewis returned ;
HOItE. Geneva, Saturday night and were home Sunday after spending two .
In Baldwin with Mr. and J
accompanied home by Mr. Myrlck's weeks Mrs. Grady Baxter ? III III
mother, Mrs. Sue Myrick.S. /f!

R. Taylor of Adel Ga., spent r"..'. FOB IIU). .
J the weekend with his son and S.al.d bleb for 4 Inch concrete aide.
walk, on Call Street between Walnut
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and flay Streets 400 lineal feet I
'.ot a eaJWould Robert Taylor., I 5 feet wide whi, will 48 lineal he reuelved feet T feel by the muInched BETTER HOT-FOOT IT OVER HERE

We are glad to report that little City Council at the Offlc In
Yvonne Conner and Charlene Taylor''are I Rtarke, Florida I n.I CUr 00 p. m.,
KHT., on Tuesday, tint day of FOR TODAY'S HOTTEST DEAL! E
improving after an Illnessof October, 147 at which tlm. and
several days. place all bids received will be pub.
llcly opened. and road aloud. .
Mrs. T. N. Norman and son the to
Korea The said City reaervea right
yen go to Europe, Japan or Gerald of Heilbronn Springs were walv. any Informalities In or to

ai Or would you stay near home? Any man who has visiting relatives here Sunday att. reject any City or of all Stark bleb... Floridaby .

Es had prior service in the Armed Forces may elect toe ernoon. I-II It 101LATE Carl John., City Clerk Set our AIL OUT

do any of these things he enlists in the Army now for 3 yearsor Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas

more. He can chooM to be assigned directly to duty in and family attended church at the -

Europe or with one of five famous Infantry divisions in the Water Oak: Primitive Baptist
Heilbronn AGAIN ? ?
Church near Springs
Far East. Or he may choose to be stationed near home for last Sunday.

Jw first full year of his enlistment (where there vacancies). v ICTUS
.. '
Mm !
with or without prior service may choose one of the cer YOU ALLOWANCE

famous combat division in Japan or Korea. +bM State FarmBy inrae m III. I

I i. .. TIME1 I

.. Mrs Bryan Wbltfleld r-e.--- -\ w.a.r '
Would; yon select a career In avfailee ,I.. -49a.'y01.... :!. Vtl'FOR
e e e e
I This you can do and be guaranteed the training, M-Sfrt. and Mrs. Martin E. Qrl-

you choose before you enlist Only require- .;> ner, Jr., announce the birth of .
ii menu beyond regular physical and mental e*. their second son Harold King on B.F.Coodrich.Silvertowns'

urinations are that you be a high school graduate or that September 18 In the Gainesville ,

you are in the Air Force and can qualify. It'. today' great hospital. Before her marriage
to write ticket in the Air Force. Mrs. Griner was Miss Vivian Fowler PHONE 150 '
opportunity own
your .
of Lake Butler. \

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Is in Miami STARKE TAXI SERVICE EI'I
those presontat
having among 1
7 Would yea want tokens *a fly? If you are the DuBo-ouvler weddlntr on I ;1 UVU liner get rkh on a deal like this but It's a

j, tingle,20 to 26%, and have had two ok more year September 29. The bride Mary dl sun cinch plenty of airs in this town will coon bot

T" T of college education or the equivalent, you canbecome Joyce Bouvler formerly lived fining on safer rubber. Look bow you MV( You

an Aviation Cadet with the U. S. Air Force. Nowhere here with her grandparents, Mr. get (1) longer mileage but grew r (2) greater

else l can you get better training for nowhere else is aviation and Mra. Bouvler. safety tb*. prtu/ar ((3) lower price tb** prrumr
Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde came home and TODAY "AuOut"t
Force. we are offering a special
advancing as fast far in our own
or a* as Friday after visiting Mrs. Lily
aMowsnce for old
your weary casing on new
Mrs.V., K.YVUcox .
Edwards and Mr. and ONLY .B.P.Goodrkh! Silvertowns, bat t* th* log run for
school? Jr. In Ft. Lauderdale and NOW nilesge, safety and value -
Would you 90 to a leadershipIf Mrs.\ Annie R. Norman and Mr.anl .

P you have qualities of leadership would you Mrs. John Ewouds In Jack 1.50 DOWN1.25'
want to develop them to their fullest U.S.Army sonville. Mrs. Rlcharde was with

Leadership Schools are now selecting likely these relatives in the two cities 1440 Put a New 600.16 Sllvcrlewn on Your Car 1la I ..
for about
MfiilJJates take these valuable courses.Tile .
from servicemen to W. ilerron of Starke was the
4> I dinner'! guest of Mr and Mr. J. ..%1 ..00- '4

Army and Air Force are doing everything \Woodward Mr. and Mrs. P.at S.noon Crews Sunday.attended \r.s onsAT ua .;:- -- 74 ..elle me gjua4andeGFARM

fusible today to help each individual develop along the lines funeral services for Mrs. Miller -

that he picks for himself. Army and. Air Force training b Johns at the Christian Church in &Lout Autcmlo1 Je

thorough Opportunities and take-home pay is better than most civilian jobs. | Starke During Sunday the past afternoon.week little Dries[ InsuranceCharley HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

for advance- Lewis of Jacktonvllla spent

meat are wide open to CA"EUrs WIT" A '&.4rulti Judy several days with her" grandparents E. John 144 W. Call St. Phone 26 Guy Andrews, OwnerB"

"try man In uniform. Mr. and Mrs. L. Durdon.

Male your choice today at U* S. Army and Mr.\. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and Agency t
Clarissa and Andrea ?
Your US. Army and Air U. 5. Air Force their, were daughters guests of Mr.' and Mrs. I ra.-e IS BTABKE.
Force .F.CiooFIRST
R cmiting Station Jack Simmons In Gainesville

urday. S&t-I .
UILDI GJACKS01lJVILLE Mr. and Mrs. M.' R. Holmes

230 POSTOFFICE their young grandson Bob |n" .*. .mimi TH_TKAVKUN. Hart***. IN RUBBER

; FLA. returned home Saturday following: I. yl

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--- nr: Z"RCVI'rOf'nr.: BitnroRnCOI'Vry. vs. Audley T. Campbell, Defendant.

CARD OF THANKS Drivers LicensesCounty !; Road And Bridge Washouts Snarl Traffic CloIt] Y. FLOIIIVAI IV CIIAN-[Case ORDER No. 5913 OF PUBLICATION: srH-S sold Conner:O.r,'

We wish to thank each and As Torrential Rains Flood Bradford Areas T. J. Kappock, Jr., PlnlnMff STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Audlev Atty. for Pit dP1"." SUrVjKS
j V"1 I
Judge E. K. Ferryman Mildred Hlomflald Kappook: ,
every person who has so kindly T. CamPbtll\.r whose residence and
fendant. Case No. 61MO.JKI \ I
and generously contributed donations warns motorists to obtain their (Continued from Page 1)) the bridge near G. L. Sapp's farm >Elt OF PUBLICATION : nknown.I Notice I. OTIC CR:
ANn NOTICW TO APPEAR You are required to appear on h.rob:
1948 driver's licenses not late More than a thousand acres was! I October 8, 1947 In the above undersigned then II
In the recovery STATE OF1 FLORIDA to: Mildred
aiding toward several hours after 10 o'clock. The under the tletltlo ,
covered with water in the Wate Blomflold. Kappoch whose residence' named Court. and Cause, wherein CIty rark1. I"
of our un and brother Roy than Oct. 1 and avoid penalty for city la itill having: trouble with Oak bridge area on Road 200. and address Is 117 Vlckl Drive, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford County Transit, 1o'lorl I. Stark.01

Bunny Hess who Is tragically ill being delinquent. street light but hoped to have Residents of Brooker seeking, Whittier California. Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues this the ' to
You office
are required appear
in Riverside Hospital of a rare Motorists who fall to get their them back by Thursday night passage to the "outside world', October 10,1(47.' In the above named Witness my hand and official Cult' Court of'f Bradtork 01,
kidney disease. We want to extend new license by the deadline can The Starke Co. had court and cause. wherein plaintiff seal at Starke, Florida, this September Wallare a'
of flood !
could not go' west because seeks divorce.. Bradford County 1, 1947. Stark, Fin bra nCBo
our deepest and most heart renew at any time within the next one pole and 20 lines down, cut- condltlono at the Worthington Telegraph shall publish this Order 10FFICIALIIJ1AL! ) A. J. Thomas t-ii 4t 10-3

felt appreciation and gratitude to 11 months upon payment of a J$1 ting out service to a score of south to In next four weekly Issues. ..
bridge; could not go wit _u h._A _..A _ff111 _.._I I .
those friends who are standingby penalty. After 11 months, they homes, but Buddy Bishop reportedall Gainesville because of high waterat at Stnrke ness,'''FI 4ibl.v'S;; p e'br '
us now and have stood by us will have to undergo an examina- services resumed by Wednes- the Santa Fe River bridge; and 9. 1S47. .

10 faithfully in the past. tlon. day afternoon. could not come to Starke over (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas I QtfifU/
A. Clerk of said Court.
-Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hess
Bradford County's huge "Honor Route 200 because of the wash By Lucille. C.'Conner D. C.
and son and daughter, Clyde Board To MeetThe Roll" board containing the names out. A few did reach here by Atty. for Plf. gar 4t 10-1
and Sylvia.W.C.T.V.. T. Frank Lund rum, Starke, Fin
of Home 1100 men who served in going to Hampton and thence a- tIJzaJl1
Board of County Coronals World War II, was blown down cross the Hampton-Theressa gradeto

sloners will meet next Tuesday for by the wind and Is still.flat'on the Route 100 (Keystone road). 151: COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA. COURT.| BRADFORD I.V CHANcunv. -

the final meeting of the current courthouse lawn awaiting repairmen. Even that route was not all clear, "
fiscal year. Matters Incident to Ray 8. Williams, Plaintiff va
A NICE RAINBOW however for' water was across Frankie V Williams' Defendant.
the closing out of the year's busl road at Beach. Cars No. 5943. euIzJf THAT'S All
' sail. and the Hampton WE;
A noted Physician once ness will be transacted. Ninety-six men women<<, McClane ORDER OF PUBLICATION ASK
"B4 verage alcohol gives you a children sought refuge from high County Agent T. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR'

KKI; nose, a BLACK eye., a water in the USO building which i reported that there was very littleIn V.STATE Williams FLORIDA residence to I: Frankie la183S You probably have relatives, friends or neighbors
UIIITH liver, a DARK-BKOWN wan kept open all night Tuesday''' the farming line to be damagedIn West 'w.i: t.Bt Louisvilla ; mom
breath and a IM.VK outlook." Fresh stock of excellent typewriter by Red Cross workers. Water the county at this time. Strawberry Kentucky. the millions of Maytag owners (over 4% million Maytaa
rIbbOns at.THE TKLE harmed In 'You are required to sold-far more than other washer .
be on Or
plants might appear any ) ask
(From Florida. Good Nvs) wan up over the floor In several October IS, 1947. In the above us I1iIDII
GRAPH. houses in Reno and the low. aresaround a. few scattered Instancell'where tamed. Court and cause wherein of some nearby owners. .
beds were washed down, he stated plaintiff leaks dlvorre. Bradfert -
Cook's Store; ----
i tut .TlAO'lfo'fhlA. And. County Telegraph shall publish this
b then would _
v. AS usual. Highway is (old Kings- U 0 -D.-- -- Order In next four weekly Issues *
reset. little cabbage Witness my hand and official
could be Very
ley Lake road) was flooded for a seal at Starke. Florida this Sep.OFFICIAL ELECTRIC.SERVICE
We Offer The Followi.ng' : distance.of' two blocks Jn front of has been"set yet and the pe- ember 10, 1847. & SUPPLY
can crop was not damaged by ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Sapp' Store In the'edge of'Reno.. '" As Clerk of said Court.
."( winds because 'there aren't any f< Lucille C.
Owner stated'that he had y Conner D. C.
thl. anyway." Zach H. Douglas, Oalnesvllle, Fla.
SPECIALOn seen the water higher at- times pecans Atty. for Pit 0-12 4t 10-8

but that it was "staying*longer" THANKS -
>r his time than ever .before. .-V CIRCVIT COWHT.: BRADFORD EXTRASpecial
We wish to express our sincere ,
YourFORD 4r J. H. .DuPre, Florida rower &: thanks to each and everyone who CERY COUN'rY FLORIDA IS CIIAN. r

L1 Light manager for the Standing was so kind and thoughtful to us Fie M. Klley Campbell Plaintiff, |

CAR "' y District, reported all services along during the recent illness and death e

his company's lines resumed by of our beloved wife! and mother. -NFR

'. Wednesday afternoon.. One crew We especially wish to thank Dr. GIBBS

Pickup orvTriick of a truck and six men was sent Hembree and Dr. Adams and the
here from the West Palm
nurses In Shadycrest Hospital for
Beach area to assist in,repairing their never-tiring efforts to comfort CATSUPI17c

; Engine damage which was limited largelyto our loved one during her Illness '

limbs blowing Into power lines. May God bless each one who .c t" .

uPre patrolled the company's rendered any service to us. We .

lines from an airplane Wednesdaywhen are also grateful for the many \ R

he found that a bridge beautiful flowers that were sentas .

washout prevented him from drivIng a final tribute of respect to HOWDY FOLKS:

to Penney Farms. He chartered our loved one. Just about tho time you think

EI a plane at the Clay Flying -M. L. Johns you can make both end meet '

School and looked.for trouble via Mr and Mrs.:: Charlie CowenM. somebody- moves. S! the e end. 33'BLEACH, Qt. j

a birdseye view: L.. Louise, and' Fred Johns
Kingsley Lake rose an estimated Short speeches are not always

16 Inches and at least one family 1:11: rmct'iT COIIHT.rot"VTY. : "RAOFono the boat but It secnrl PHILLIPS fllY-T-FIXE
-that of Dr. A. Y; Covlngton occupying ( that the beat speeches are always PORK & BEANS
the over-water-Sternberg ,Creole Wllll. Dills, Plaintiff, v.. short. PUDDING
Woodrnw E. Dills, Defendant. Case '
; .
house-was forced to evacuate. No. 8941. e 15c Can 2 for 15c
fl- Employees of EJdle Hartmann' oftDRTl OF PUBLICATION JllIsbanll.I'm going to fire
Furniture &: Novelty Shop declared STATE OF FLORIDA to Woodrow our chauffeur. Four time recently
a holiday Tuesday when n. Dill, whose* residence l Is he'alma..t. killed me. KANSAS GOVERNOR

p ze r". water rose over the plant floor to .unknown.yon are rooulMrt. to .,r'p.ar... Wife: Oh give him another
before October 13th 1947. In the FLOUR 25 lbs. S. R. .1.9
Install New Kings a depth of several Inches. or above named Court and cause, chance -
Install New Inserts I Nelson Green, veteran woods- wherein plaintiff seeks divorce SI !. SI

Clean Carbon rider, stated that .Wateroak Creek Bradford this County Order Telegraph In next shall four And Jt) goes without Baying U:"S.:No. '1
between the Raiford.. .j ppd and the weekly lisue*. that U you ever sample our .
Install New Head & Pan Gaskets Levy Norman farm was a half Wltneim. my Bend and official. brand of auto service .. POTATOES Ibs. 3
l seal at this Ith 10
Clean and Set Spark Plugs k.i9.f.lorld. -
mile wide Tuesday, and that of September ;you'll give u "another chance to ,
'* MotorTune Up r *- water above, railing on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. TbomM. serve. and
', was ; <"' nt Bald Court you again.
*. its
5 Quarts'New Oil .> ft y' Luelil.: O.: 'annpr; D.: <-. Our service Includes water for HARD HEAD I TOKAY

REAL ESTATE John Plaintiff J. Hendtrrfon, -=..:..Him.s1tt. Solicitorfor 10-3 your tire.,''radiator.wlnd.hrl4|' flee wlp air.ott.for your and, Cbbage,. Ib. .Q4 I| praxes; I Ify- .1

j9 15g tint ;your property for sale Mr cmci'iv'COVBT. OF* RRAn- quality gas and lubrication for'
with me. I, have) sold many a smoother running car. Drive
Barnori. Plaintiff, In Picnic Hams lb. .5
piece of property and have Jeannette Bnyette. today. .. -
ru. Woodrow Boyette, Defendant.
Biany prospective buyers.; A care No. 598.ORDER .

: .//,. your, car needs this work we will square fair commission deal Is guaranteed.Is all that I re A AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR GULF Washing OIL PRODUCTS GRADE A I CHUCK
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Woodrow > Polishing I
As member of tile whose residence and Club Steak .59 Roast ,4
r ,',appreciate doing it for you. quire) m be address Boyette Is: unknown. Greasing: -
Realty Board you may You are required to appear on Temple] "Lake
assured that. I will representyou 1 4T. In the above

Y Andrews Motor Co. to the best of my abWty.' plaintiff named rc"'O seeks rt ani divorce cause and, wherein rentor- Service Station Fresh Ground Hamburger .3

N. D. WAINWRIOHT JR. atlon County of Telegraph maiden shall name.publish Bradford this Phone 179
Realtor.I- Phone 154 four weekly lasues.
Witness my hsnd and official
Phone 118 Starke Fla. seal at Starke, Florida, this September .
S, 1947.OFFICIAL .
( SEAL> A. J. TnomaS.
As Clerk of said Court.
By Lucille C. Conner I>. C.
,' T. Frank T.andrum. Stark. Fla.
Atty. for Plf. I.U U 10-1 Announcing Our Formal Opening

roi NTY. FionmAi 1.1: CHAM .

r For TV.IV..A CKnY. 10
Ann Nettles dreear. Plaintiff vs.
INJfWEIflY Ralph E. Oreear, Defendant Case .\, .. asAuthorized
No. SIM t. '

(Without Side Pockets) R. dreear.last whose known residence Is Norton and Virginia address -- e Dealer

Bulova Watches 29.36 1.25 ea. % Veteran's Taxi Co. /
r before You ah"ct "b1-lrt: ;: to, appear 1947, In on the or For
/ Gruen Watches. Blue above named Court and cause, Alachua, Bradford and Union Counties
Dungarees wherein plaintiff seeks divorce and

*. Elgin Watches. 8.16 (Boys) 1.95 custody Telecraph of' children.skall publish BradfordCounty this -t1 ,..
tl Order In next four weekly Issues.
) 7 '. Cort Watckes. v Witness my hand and official/, for'
BLACK SLIPSAsst. seal at 1I1ar".i Florida, this tth
1147, .
(OFFICIAL SfcAL: ) A.-J. Thomas. .
When Sizes $1 'ea. .a rl.rk of said Court..
BANDS BT Ev Lucille C. Conner. D. C
I You Bur KREISLERA'Dulova Silk or" Rayon John J., Pie"Henderson. "'K>q." St. Au.gu.tlne FORD TRACTORand

' Dresses 3.95 Ally for Pit. -. t-11 .. 10-S' .. .

rt' SPBEDfXIIADLET v. 41 tit CIRCUIT c-O': "'-... BRADFORD
Large Size ,
V Arthur M.: Olenn. Plaintiff vsj
You Are BRUNKRRITTKB Ladies Dresses Constanea E. alan, Defendant
Case No 6845. ,
: ,Assured of Ever 46-52 1.93 ea. ORDER Or PtTBUCATtO

: Faithful Service 6' stance STATE B. OF Qlenn FLORIDA whose to residenceIn : Con. Dearborn Farm
t Army ShirtsThe a : til East Allen Avenue, Fort Equipment

: BECAUSE We Have '. Worth Texas.
Best 1.40 ea. Tin are reqtilred to appear on
6.6 V ... October 11. U47 In the above
.Fhrst Class Watchmakers named Court and cause, wherein
Men's TShirts85c plaintiff ...10. divorce. Bradford

1 -: To Service It. Order County In Telefrraph neat four. weekly .Issues.Wltnees this.

mv hsMd a.:4.: official seal Monday
.. 29
at Starke, Florida, this September Sept
; Men's Polo ShirtsThe It. tMT.OFFICIAL. ,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
As Cleric of said. Court.IRr .
__ ..__ .. Best 95c I Lucille C. Conner D. C.Flemln. .
: -- __ .._ __ _n' __ __ r VI .. Jones, Scott! A: Bolts. Bsrnett -
I National Bank Bid*, ,,Jacksonville
.JVe do not claim to be the only dealer on Boy's Polo Shirts ,. Fla.Atty. for.Plf. (-11 4t 10-1 0

any particular make of watch. WE CARRY ,8-16 .75cGirl's .r IN! CIRCUIT. -"OiTWTL ,AOFORO : '
rnrsiTY.. PLORIOAI IM CHAN.rnitr. .

John K. and freT. Plaintiff. vs.Christine DIXIE
.. .. 2 25c Bol.n Undfrey, Defendant -
----- --- ----- -- -- pr.
Ca. N... 6935

_.___n __ ___ _._ __ _____ .. _ Blouses $1 AND NO-ncT! 1** APPEAR
tin. Bolen Godfrey, whose reel-
....n". and address Is: Box 15

Harley F. StrongStarke' Skirts $1 ea. Summervllle..-.. .... Booth...",.-A Car..,..anMer.lnaOctnber ne EQUIPMENT. Inc.
10, 147. In the above named
Court and cause. wherein' Plaintiff
seeks divorce Bradford .
: Finest NICK'SBargain enraph shall publish C'oun1.T.I. Gainesville
Jewelry Store net four weekly Indues.Wlttiese Florida
mr bed and off'Halpeal

EXPERT Watch. Clock and Optical at 6 Starke.1947. Florida, this September 1436 West Main Street South

,OFFICIAL'SEM.) A. j. Thomas, ,
". r't.rIr .s14 ....1'. MAILING
Hy Toiellle (". Conner..D. C. ADDRESS: RT. 2. DOX 236
137 W. CaT St. Phone 153 T. Frank T.andrum, Stsrke. Via?
.11 at 10-1
Atty. for Plf. '

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