Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02948
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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(iss tin In The Situ-del i iI I

With Colonel Bradford !


good Idea leads to/another', It seems and this week the

the old oak tree yielded another excellent suggestion ont

_ n attracting and: holding tourists and Insuring their

_ of Official Jaunty Publication Established In 1877
midst. The letter follows: -
hi'e In our ,
Starke. Florida


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whom my husband and I hope 1 Uf iRrailfnrfl I n l
Jn MAn Storc '
Interested ma verY much A folder ..III AiA Humphreys Gold Corp'n.To .

1IvnIrttIuT Operate Blanding Mine


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III' foOl n.... Illl\IKOHI> iv niirriT (COCUT nutnroiin COI'MTV. FlORID 10 CHAM- plaintiff seeks divorce. Hra<1li>>rd lack Futch.ddresses Construction To Begin Within Next
Kl.l>llll>,\l I'M" CIIA.Nn : -I <- H':\'l'Y. PLUIIIUtt IV IIIAV., CHHY County Telegraph shall imMNIi' thisOicUT
<'lutV.rautiuue: ni'oi-ftlit King, IMulntlff v.. fibber In nuxt four week lv |l.'i-, Annual
"dan. Plaintiff v*. Slonnker, Plaintiff v... Kin*. Ivfeiulunt. I.".... No. rt'llM.: : Witness i my baml ami, 1 t fri liilsaal I Rotary Few Weeks Payroll
i.nliin Defendant. Case, Hugh Slunaker Defendant. Case. OlinBIl, OF" FPlltlCATTON= at Hlarke. Florid., I HIM! 'tI thnf
No. 8307.OttDEU. ANO NOTICE 'l'() APPEAR .h>l>runry, 1948. nd Lions ClubsMack Around $300,000A
IK PURUlerATtTOTT OF rtlllLICATTO.V: STATE OP\ KUHtlDA to: ItobortKln (IOFFH.'IAl.I3)\T4): A. J. Thomas,
'K'K T 1) ,WE! AH AND NOTICE TO APPEAR "r. whose residence la unknown A.. Clerk of said Court. Futch. son of !Mr. and
)'V KU5UIDA to: Carl STAT13 OP FLORIDA: Huuh You nr. required to (uu>"ii.r on John J. llendorson. N"<1., St AUKMtlim -- .
'''"JI( renlilente, la. : 2422 Slonaker whose residence and address March, 16, 1948, In thw above named Fla s. C. A. Fut h of Starke and $300,000 annual payroll for Starke was assured this

ttn-et" Philadelphia You. Is unknown. Court nnd (caune. wherein plaintiff I Atty. for Plf 2-n 4t 3.1\ v student at the University of week with the announcement of plans by* the Humphreys
nlii< are required to appear on weeks rtlvon-B. llrnflford County
iciilrod,, to appear onII \March 8. 1948 In the above named 'J'.I 'M'I'alh shall publish t thin UrderIn ortda. was guest speaker at the Gold Corporation of Denver Colo., to mine ilmenite-bearing
I I'' 41 in the above named Court and cause wherein plaintiff n" xt four weekly Issues.WltneHN .. i\ cinciir c'oinr. lilt \nrouioir > Club
ttary Wednesday ;
auxeherrln plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County my hnnd. and official I \', .Ki.oitiii I' cit \>- giving ando on the 4,000-acre tract at Camp Standing recently

n. IIrn.1 ford County Telegraph shall puolUh this OrderIn seal at $Starke Florida, thin Fobrunry (r.it v. comprehensive picture of the leased from the State Armory Board.
[hall( ptiMlnh this Order next four weekly Issues H, IIHS. Arthur Markham, Plaintiff.I vs panslon and other
\''II weekly IffBUes.. Witness. my hand and official seal (Official Seal\) A. J. Thomaii Geneva M.trkhiim Defendant Case program The Humphreys Corporation will construct and operatethe
i inv hand and official at Storks Florida, this February As Clerk of said Court No. 62X3. ases of activity now taking mine for the E. I. duPont de Nemours Co. of Wilmington
Hike. Florida' this Feb. 3, 1 94S Za"' K. Tnugias, (lalnpHvllle, Pin oil 1)101 OF PUIfLICATION ice at this great Institution. new t
M1.I. (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas, A tty. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-5 ANI :NOTICE; "'0 APPKAU Del., .under arrangements recently completed, according -
S13M.) A. J. Thoma, As Clerk of said Court.
STATK OF FLOHID\: Geneva Student enrollment at the Uni-
All flork nt said Court., Charles n. Hens, 204-05 luaranty IN niici'iToi'nr. 1111I>FOIII> Markham whose residence and address has mushroomed from 3.- to a statement here yesterday by Harry B. Cannon
skipper Wllllamn BldK., Life Bldir Jacksonville Fla. COI'MTV. I"LOIII""N- Is unknown. rslty duPont geologist in charge of the company's local explora-
vth St.. Jackson vl lie. Flit Atty. for Pit. 2-6 4t 2-21 nnv.Clare You are i.iilreil| to appear on 0 In pre-war days to 8,500 ate

I'lf. 2-13 4t 3-5 Knvnnnnh Kllleacy )Plaintiff March 1 I. 194S, lu the ulmve named time Futch ., tlon. crew .
IN < illS i i'r rnrirr.'nitAoroita vu?. Francis Thoiimx Klllouvy. De Court nnd cause, wherein plaintiff young
construction of facilities for the
It stated that
o T i r Rttfr (OM'S'IV' 10'.e..lu"I IV CHAN: fendant. Cano. No. K318.OlinEH \ seeks divorce. Ilrndford ('unntvTelcirrnph ited. An $8.000,000 building was -
of th* T5Ntnt UICM. tri.:ill v. : OF PtTltICATIO! shall. publlsli this Order Is now under made operation by Humphreys will be started within the next
leceiiNe.I. Lizzie Hood, Plaintiff vs.. James AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In next four weekly IHMIICS.Witness .
fis' hereby Driven tn allImv '13. Hood Defendant Case No. 8314.OflDEFt STATE' :: OF\ FI..OIMOA to: Francis mv hiinrt and official seal 'iBalble by Federal and State few weeks with plans to have the mine in operation by the

concern that any andagnln..t I, OP PITnLlCATlOM: Thomas KIMeavv. whone jcnlilencel at Starke Florida this January 31. nda he pointed out. end of 1948.Funeral .
nf ,
the estate AND NOTICE TO APPEAR is l : Care of Jenernl JoHeph C. Smith 194w(014'tCtAL
Ines. must be filed duly STATE OF FLORIDA to JamesB C. O, Headquarters (Command IT. S \' SEAL A. J. Thomas. The speaker Was Introduced by '. Monday's announcement culminated -
with the County Judged .Hood whose. residence la un- A. y.'. H., A. P. O. R3a.: Care Postmaster As Clerk of said Court.VI two month. of -
County Florida wlthhH known. Stark Flu. Andrews who had charge ofe negotiating
New York N. Y. : I... Perrvmnn, ly Service
from the' first pub.; You are required to appear onMar..h Yoii are required to appear on Atty for Plf. t--io: 4t 2-2H' program for the day and Mr. *. and exploration since the
this notice, or the claimv 8, 1948. In the above named March IB, 1948, In the above named
v' he Imrred by the Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff id Mrs. C. A. Futch were also For E. C. Priest ,-f first announcement by the State

Limitations; .alan to payor seeks divorce. ITadford County seeks divorce. ITadford CountvTeleKroph Oil lhI'h( OF i'i'111.ic \'riov %" ii leats of the club. -"r *' Armory Board' last December
dentH due to the Telegraph shall publish this Order shall pnliilnh this l Order'n \OTH-IO TOIM'Kl Held Sunday
[the underflifrned. In next four weekly issue. next four weekly lusuoa.Wltnena TO: Leonard 1. Solomon of Pres-, Young Futch was also guest the duPont company hat
'runry nth. 11)48.) Witness my hand and official my hand and official tlarn. 1813 Empire t a t Slituliding leased part of the Camp Blending -
| \. J. THOMAS Executor. I I .C.X. : taker at the Lions Club Wed- EUara Clayton Priest 03 retired
seal at Starke. Florida,, this Feb. seal at Sfarke Florida thin Penrnnrv I I. York I, -- York.
r 1 mary 4, 1948.eOFFTCIAt. fl, |19411.eOFFlctAI4! You, nre hereby notified. that sday night. farmer and former Gulf Oil distributor reservation for the purpose
SEAL;: A. J. Thomass SEAT) A. J. Thomas.An .. Esther Dorothy Holomtm has, filed of mining heavy mineral. -clUef-
lir ('UIIt'I'. iiH\i>rortn .\, "I|1erk of ..a lit Cr>urt Clerk of said C'Mirt. a Kill In Inn nalurs nf a Mill nt in Bradford County died
Fl.OIIIDll l>" CIUVhrtech. K. K. Perrvman, Starke Fla. Fleming Jones. Scott' & Potts, It..vl..w iiKiilnst you In the Circuit Friday Feb. 20 in the Shady crest ly llmenlte, now highly prised asa
Atty. for Plf. 2-6 4t 2-27 liHi-nett National Hank HI Plaintiff vs. Mar- Jacknonvlllp 1>'1". C'lf"lIlt. In and for Hrailfnnl Countv, : of C Banquet Hospital after a lengthy Illness.

t ch, Defendant. Case No. iv: T ii R cincviT roniT 0 Tnn Attys. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-5/ In Chsnceiy, In that certnln iimurentllled Born In Crystal River Sept. 1, whitest paint pigment base nowknown
J. Holitmon. Plain
I i I Irf'onard
to chemists.
\uroiiito vn.'' 1.0111"'l \. 4
In I OF pt'm.Tr'ATTON '=, ClfANCKRY: iv ruirriT f'nl'IIT. mi inFonncoi tiff. verMin, Enthpr: Durnthv Solomon 1885 Mr. Priest spent ble early
[:\OTir-R TO APPI3AR TIIEO SIMMONS: a widow, '%-rv. FI.OIIIII CIJA\- Defendant, wherein' the defendant. et For March 11 duPont has been conducting a
101? FLORIDA to: !Marirn- Plaintiff fKltV.pKHle: moves the Court, for an order settlnir manhood In the employ of the At. search for
an adequate
li. Whose residence. In -vs- Chlldfi, Plaintiff vn. James aside and doclurlnur to bo null ,. .domestio
Smith Cnrnllnn. R. O. SIMMONS a widower Chlldn. nefendant Case No. 6319. and void 1 nnd of no force nnd effect 'I. w lantic Coast Line Railroad,' with source of llmemtt i'fo? UM put
hereby required to aplirch Defendant. onnEn OF prnLiCATtON- the final decree heretofore, enteredIn O. S. Newcomb president of.the several and' the
1. 194! In the above NOTICE OF SALE AND NOTICE TO APPEAH the above captloneil. suit. headquarters in High Springs. He year
i tirt and cause. wherein All persona will take notice that STATE OF FLORIDA to: James You are therefore hereby required alice Chamber of Commerce, antuliceit remained with the railroad for 20ylars quest was given added Impetus
xeeks divorce. Bradford In accordance with the Decree of Chllds, whose. residence. and addreHs to appear to the nil.., Hill yesterday that the anial due to the tact that Imports from
lellraph shall. publish thisnext Sale entered In the above entitledcause was: Jarea, N.' Mexico In the nature of a mil of Reviewso leaving to become an oU
four on filed against before the of the organisation India were cut off the result
[ weekly Issues tha undersigned Commission. You are required to appear > you banquet as
I my. hand and official seal. era. will sell. to the highest bidder March 15 1948.. In the abovf nameoV. Clerk' of this Court on the 1st day 'ill be held In the USO building distributor" at CedarKey, wherehe of unsettled political and eco-
I. .Florida this January for cash at public outcry. diirlno Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff of March 1948 ..t the Court House
the legal hours of sale upon March voekM divorce and custody 'of minor In Starke. ITadford! County. Florida lursday rdghtMarch 11. remained from 1917 until 1990, nomlo conditions In that Clout"..
I. SEAL) A. J. Thomas., 1. H 4S. the following property children. Bradford County Telegraph otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso when lie was transferred In the
of said. CObrt.I..ht. situate. In Bradford County Flor shall publish this Order In will be entered against you Invitations will be Issued with- Although i the Blaadlog depos-
Starke, Flit.Pit. to-wlt: next four weekly. Issues. for failure to appear.IT the next few days and It Is same capacity to Starke. Its I are described" M tow grade
1-30 4t 2-20 1'n: : the Northwest. corner of the Witness. my hand and official IS OKDEHED that this. noticeb ;'la 193* Mr. Priest retired from '
week for four that all will innn ore. Improved methods' of mining
Northeast Quarter (NEW of the seal. at Starke Florida this Feb- published once a iped persons
"n r roi-nr. JlR"DFORn Northeast Quarter (NE% ) of Sec runrv 5. 1948.OFFICIAL consecutive weeks. In tile Bradford the C of C secretary as soon UM oil biulns** and bought a developed by. the, Humphreys
FLORIDA IW! .'..,,:'11. tlon Thirty (30), .Township. Seven ( SEAL A. 3. Thomas County Telegraph a newspaper borne New River where
(7) South Range Twenty-two As Clerk of said. Court. having general circulation In llruil- t( possible whether or not they farm near Corporation and the vast area

:Murphy Plaintiff! vs. (22) East run East 495 feet. Green A Qreen Starke Fla. ford County. Florida. A attend. A prominent speaker he spent his remaining years, of mineral-bearing. sands sowus4er'
Murphy, Defendant. Case. Attys.. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-5 This the 26 day of January. 1944.A. .
thence run South 293 feet to a h.
the wassmploye4tirtysrnprdnanc
point of beginning thence run 3. THOMAS. 111 be In attendance, and other During war period ....*. give duPont officialsreason.

n OF' PUBLICATION West. 141 feet thence run South I CIRCUIT COUUT. flRADFOflflCOIT'TY. Clerk Circuit Court, Ilrn SEAL.1ford) | tinrnnt.e f.atar *,ar.1 planId. .. shop'. -at ..1*??>.believe, they -wMacMeve
;.VOTirB Florida (
[ TO APPEAK County -
SIS feet, thence run East 142 feetthence Ulifdfn.t5'
OF FLORIDA to: Emma run North 215 feet to said i C'TOHVFlorence FLOUIDAI IN CIIAN- 1-30 4t 2-20 .' Newcom'"'at&IId.< Camp their gaT ef tOO.OOO: tons .".,..

.Riickroe y, whose residence Reach .Virginia.and ad. point of bl'lflnnlnatoaelher; with McDonald. Plaintiff vs. -- jAil{ new and ;pr08pe 'U mem- He was a cMmbar.of: the Bap of llmenlte annually-.enough.to.
all and singular the tenements, Defendant. Case '
r 0 required to appear on hereditaments and appurtenances Hugh R 32.onOER McDonald. iv ('UIf'I'IT rnrnr. nn\i>Fnnn Irs are urged"to send In I their l List Church. supply their present need
1941 In the above named No. ('OI'" TV, FI. )IIII) I I iv ('Ii t".
thereto belonging or In anyway PITBLICATTON Mrs. Nona
|1 cause, wherein plaintiff OF I (''':''V. 148 dues before personal *solid Besides his widow The Ingenious Humphrey. "spi-
appertaining. APPEAR
'or<-... Bradford County J. R. Kelly STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: Hiiwh Mary Frances Collins Plaintiff vs.. tlon begins In ,the near future.,; Lee Priest, ho Is survived by two ral", originallydeveloped by the
)four. shall weekly publish Issues.this Order C..1. !A.-. Ttowe Knight. McDonald, whose residence. and nildress Raymond. Case.Francis No. B39I.Collins, Defen'dant. daughters. Mrs. L. B. Alvarez 'of mining; corporation ae a better

I my hind and official 2-13- 8t 2-27 Commissioners.. You.Is are unknown.required to appear on ORDER OF PUPLICATIONAND / huffleboardlourts Starke and Mr. Fred K. Francisof :method of concentrating gold<
10H. Florida this .Tin- ; ': Mirch IS. 1948 In the above n,"m"d OF FLORIDA to! Mr. Fort Myers; one son, Hubert gravels, makes possible the economic -
iv {'IU..I'ol'n'r. nn"UFfnUI
f L SRAL: > A. J. Thomnn. COIIVTV' FI.OIIlnAI IV CHNfKHY. Court. nnd divorce.cause, Hradford wherein plaintiffseeks County Raymond Francis' Collins, whoseresid.nre : Are Ready IS. Priest of Lawtey; two brothers reoovery of heavy minerals
1 nf Bnld 1 nddremi Is <% John
CoiirpIuh : shall publish this OrderIn nnd : William J. Priest of High Springs, from the sand Cannon
Telegraph BlAndlng
Stark, Kla. Kdna Dullard, Plaintiff, vs. Juliusnullnrrt. Issues. F. (Collln. 282T 37th St., Astoria 'or Public Use >
L weekly
PIt 1-30 4t 2-20 1 "'..nlant. f'aMa No 0313.ortDKIt Witness next my hand anil, official 1... T,, New York. and Robert Lee Priest of St. Andrews ''explained.

It.IT rornT.p. nnnpnn ANn NOTICE! OF PITHLlCATtOV TO APPEAR seal nt Stnrke. Florida this Febrimrv :March You 1.are 1918 required In the to above appear named on Shuffleboard courts on the ; two sisters Mrs. J, D. Although originally engagedIn

fioiniiiv ('II i-" STATE' (IT"" FLOUIDA to: .liitlnnBilliard (OFFICIAL 10. l94.SEAL) A. J. Thomas Cc urt nnd "cause, Bradford wherein pHlntlff CountyTelevrnph ,purl house lawn are ready ,for Logan Sr., of High Springs, and cold mining hence its name-
t whose. residence. 'Is un- As. Clerk of snlil Court.T. seeks divorce Mrs. J. W. Morgan of Tampa.
VnmlprnoM PI lntlff. v" k.noxvn. Landrum, Starke, Fla. shall publish. this Order le, announced Lucian Conner : the Humphreys Corp., since 1943
'i' rp .1. Defendant. Cn." You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. __ 2-13 4t 3-6 In next four. my weekly hand l .and ueiiWitness official cretry of the Chamber of Com Funeral service were held Sun has been engaged In mining sand
In the above niimoil
:March 15. 194S,
:n nF' PFTBITCATIONTO ;: Court anil cause, wherein plaintiff iv rinrnr roi'iiT. JIll 'IJFOJlD scull nt Slsrke Florldn, this Jan- erce this week.' Two courts day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In at a site east of Jacksonville.
: ; TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Drarlford CountvTelegraph I ('II A"- unrv 2". 1118OFFICIAL First Church with the took with Its
OF FLORIDA tot noun "iiill this Order r'OITY.. FVOltllAh ( SEAL A. J.. Thomas., e In use, and equipment for a the Baptist Humphreys over
'I.1 whoRo residence and In next four x weekly"uhll..h Issues Allie*'ihl Me V. II. AckermanPlaintiff: As Clerk of said Court. ,ilrd will be added next week. Rev. L. D. Halnrs officiating. Interment spirals when other methods of

'V Tork.r Monroe. High School Wit nose my hand and offlclil l, vs. Timothy Tt. Ackerman. Defendant 'Attr.1'. Prank for Pit.Landrum., Starke./ 1-30 Fla.46 2-20 No charge U connected with wan In Elam Cemetery at mining the low grade ore, tried
this t.'h-
required to appear on riinrv seal at Ii Sfarko.. 1945. Florida ('A"" No.OF ((1.121OHDER PtTPt-ICATTON _9,*- '. 'luffleboard playing. Tourists Fort White with DeWitt C. Jones by the Titanium Alloy Manufacturing -

I'm in the above namedl 10F'FI"IA''IF.JAI' ,) A. J. Thomas.. AND= NOTICE TO APPEARfITATE "' Funeral Home In charge. Co., proved uneconomic.
'I the
\ wh 'r"ln plnlntlffr As Clerk of snld Court. TlmothvH v O''C'': 'e especially Invited to use
". Bradford Conntv 7nrh It. Douglas, Onlncsvllle. Fla. Ackermnn.OF FLOUIDA whose. residence l: amindilress Notice Is h..rehyflvpn that business Ih:,' lurts but there are no restrlcons Active pall bearers were A. J. Humphreys operated successfullythere
II nubllBh this Ordereeklv \tty fOil I'lf. 213It 3-5 lust known Is f fleneralDiMlveiy undersigned. i ire rnnaifpil In T. K. Me- during the war producing
''II' / IK.MIISP. $,,uth ('nrolinn. under the fictitious. nnme fAlms. for their use by local rest-l Thomas, Carl Johns
!hand and official St lo'irife.: Movlnant the folInwlntr K. rutlle when It wan on the hard
House and disks kept Clan1 Jr., Romey Andrews!,
Cues are ,
k, Florida, this. Feb.lu iv rnirriT {'01111'. nn \nroiinTune' address': Iloic 069. vtnrkiFla -. >nts.
'if'n' 1'o'rY. 1"1.011111111; f'" t '''- You are ronulred to above appear named on- ,. and Intend to register the the Chamber ''of Commerce ofce. G. Duncan and O. A. Andreu. to-get list from the lowest grade
!sr\T.4' A. J. Thomas. ('hR: \". Mnrch ISth lOIN In the said fictitious name In the offlcnof sand mineral ore ever to be
wherein plaintiff Shuffleboard playiff
I At fevmnurv'lneteer.. Plaintiff' Court ami cause Court Although
: Clerk of pnld Court. the Clerk of the circuit "outstanii-
Countv Because of Its '
IPntt..n Hfnrke. Florid. vs. Oeorpe LeUewvn Wlnetr. I to.feiidunt seeks divorce. Urmlforil of P-rndford County. Fla. la now restricted to daytime Mothers mined.
.. tills. Order / Scout
Pit 2-6 4t 2-27 ('es770. HISB.ORDRR Telegraph shall publish I'.riice: R. Almas one-third, lu.terp..t. ng performance" and valuable
ISKU.S.Witness said the city
weekly Conner ;
OF PT1>LICATIONAND In next four ItMr.
[1'11' fot'HT. "H"DFOnD NOTICE TO APPEAIt my hand and official 9th of Charles. F. Almas one-third In- ould consider lighting' the court And Dads To Be know.how. Humphreys was, selected -
Y. FI.01I1"1 1 4 ChIN. STATE OP FLORIDA: leorga sefli at Htarke, Florida this to do the job at Blanding
Ll'lIewyaVlnph'er.. whose. renldenre Fohriinrv, 1945.OtrFTCfAT Everl: V Almas one-third, Interest t the next City Council meeting. Guests Of TroopMother
A.T.: ThomasAs Cannon stated.
I' 043: Street. San Diego ( SEAL
fl'v Plaintiff vs. Stephen la: 17th additions to the
'ndAnt. Case, No dins. California. Clerk of said Court AuwusAty. 1-30 4t :3-20 Other new will be Owners of the Humphreys organization .
St. Dad
Esq and Night
Port OIP PtTBLlCATTO:- You are required to appear on John urthouso area are.8 green brothers-
> two
NflTTCi: TO APPEAR March 15. 194. In the above named tin.. 1'l't. 1.13 4t 3-5 observed. l by Boy Scout Troop 70 ; are
uOp FI.ORIDto- 8ti>nh"nresilience Court and cause wherein ;,ialntiffseelce for Pit. __ %' o T i (' uIn Caches of the type that lifted St. hall tonight I. II. Humphreys. the Inventorand
.5 divorce anil care, custody anuS the Estate ofOeortre In the American Legion
and address I the Matter P.
Fonn and Al
"en.r control tit minor children 1"rA.J. iv cincfiT, FLOIIIIItl roi'H. no 1:'1\ CIIAVrteasie .- 1". Ynunir deenased.Notice .. eteriiburg to fame. The County (Friday) at 7 o'clock.Scoutnuutrr vice president
< T'lrert to appear nn'' ford County Telegraph shall publish {OlT'I'V Is hereby. given to all and the Chamber obmmerce Humphreys president. D. G.
1018. thA Order In next four vekIyWitness c'I.nv. that nil ought E. T. Shull Issuesa
In ahova named this Plaintiff whom It may concern -
I'l -nniie, wherein plaintiff I""....... Dennis. Acterman,Defendant claims, or d..bt" Hualnut the .Hfnteof the remainder. The cordial Invitation to all parents (Bud) Brown IM general manager
J i ire*. Brndford Countv my hand and offlcliiseal vs. Samuel Acterman, Oeoriffl F Young must b.. filed / of the Jacksonville opera-
pi Jihall pnhllRh this Order at Starke Florida: this Feb- Case No t3135ORDER OF! Pl1nr41ATIO: within eight calendar months from enches were recondltlorcd amalnted of Scouts to come out and tion and will also be In chargeat
four weekly I JIMB". rnarv 11, 5945.OFiCtA1 TO APPEAR first piitillcatlon of this. notice from: boy do some Scout
'5 my hAn and officialnrks. ( SEAL A. J. ThomasAs AND NOTICE to HamuelActerman with County Judge of Bradford after purchase "see your the Ulandlng plant.

Florida this. P'eb- Clerk of said Court BldK.Jacksonville. STATE OF whose FLORIDA residence. : Is un- County. Florid. duly sworn to nr-. !'amp Blanding. and to apread the I work". New boys who would like Facilities here will Include s.
Robert H. Duncan 204 Lynch: cording to law. or they will b members of the troop
\1. !' known. bench" movement they are, to become will be located
SRAT.) A. J. Thomas Fla. on barred by Statute green dry mill which
kl, -Aa Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Pit. 2-13 4t 3-5 MaTch 15th.are required 1948 1 In.to the appear ahoy. .. oII.t'HWI d ', ffered for sale to merchants for and their parents are also urgedto on Treat Road about two mile
L"1'1". Starke Fla. ciuse. 2-13 4t 35score 75! this event. Refreshments -
Court and Blanding cost attend
PIt 2-4 4t 8-27 IN: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFOItnsonville. named he original south of Blanding West Gate a

enti per foot. Merchants could will be served.Scoutmaater floating wet mill. which will
ettcr the benches with the name Shull and Troop follow in the wake of a huge

a ..f their business Mr. Conner sug CommlReeman T. K. McClane. suction dredge with a capacityof

; .A..... as -- --"- -.--- gested. Jr. attended, a "University of of sand day.
.--e _-'- '-' Counsel"Crlffls. 75: died Sunday 30-10. The 30,000 tons per

Share responsibilities ;s' for I : morning at his home near Law-I I with 7-7 a whopping at the half but the '"There are many tourist In Scouting" at Camp Echockot ami a number of offices warehouses

fmunlty improvement. Active pallbearers were Willie I tey following a brief Illness. He score was made 23 baskets town now," Conner said. "Thl near Orange Park last Saturdayand shops storage building

'. Serve as citizen In maln- Strickland. Louie Demp ey. Willie was a lifelong resident of Bradford BHS Junior their cagers opponents' 3 In the Is part of an all-out drive to have Sunday. Mr. Shull completed and transportation facilities Total -

Inll; world p.>ace. Prevatt. Horace Cain Duffle AbernathY County and was a memberof last half.to Delano Thomas was them return next year and to Induce Scoutmaster's training course cost will be In excess of a

arents are urged to assist and Tom Graves. the Baptist Church. high scorer with 13 points.On others to come. at that time. million dollars.

4-H work by .encouraging Survivors Include two daughters February 17, In a match From 1M to 200 men. largely

supervising the projects ofr Business MenIntere.ted Mrs. Eliza Groves and Mrs. with Hawthorne here, both the B Red Cross Fund Rites SundayFor common laborers will be em-

r 'ns daughters who are and Collie their ployed on three shifts. operating'aroundthe.clock.
Blalock. a son. won
Rena and the girls
"lied. Persons Interested Inhi In 301 Griff, all of Lawtey: a sMer. squad but the A squad lost 4222. Drive Opens With M. A. O'Steen seven days a

I young people are asked tot MondayA Mrs. Sarah Jane Grlffls, Mjuc- games three BUS teams played Quota At $6,780 week Cannon stated. The plant
To Meet The .Marion Alfred O'Steen. 92, a largeas
< times as
with the program by volun-! vllle: four brothers. John Orlffls Cove there on Friday the here will be three
County -
F>Inl as local 4-H leaders and meeting of operators of restaurants Lawtey. Ellsha Grlffls. Starke. 13th. and while the girls lost the Bradford County's 19 IS Red I former resident of Bradford his the present Humphreys plant

''Ing In every other way pos- hotelj. tourist courts, and Westberry and Gadson Gnu is, ,I A team won to a tremendous 41- Cross fund raising/ drive opens oflclally died Friday Feb. 20. at near Jacksonville It was said.
e, heldIn March 1. according to an home In the Forest Grove corn- Practically all Jobs will be filled
service stations etc., will be both of Maxville.Funeral B squad lost 28-24.
the Guidon Grill Monday aft. services were held,,13. announcement this week by O. L. munlty near Gainesville.Mr. from the local labor market with

CARD OF THANKS ernoon at 2:30: o'clock for the Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock I AnnouncesFor Patten campaign chairman. The O'Steen wai born near Fort the exception of a few key posi

f' all our friends of discussing ways and from the graveside in Long Sibley county quota this year Is $8,780. White on June 22. 1885.: lie spent: tions.

With : purpom of cooperating with thgreater Branch Cemetery. Arrangementswere Tax Collector Early solicitation has already his early boyhood In Columbia -

"' our heartfelt thank we ex- means publicizing of U. S. High In charge of Key-McCabe been started in the business district County later moving to Bradford Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Uglow. who
appreciation for all the of Starke and moved to Ala. the past'six weeks herewith
Starke. Funeral Home of Jacksonville. Walter S. Sibley of Starke. the chairman and in 1873 have spent
'neises shown us during the way 301 through announced this week his uncle and unt. Mr. and
r death being
of our loved one. The meeting Is b* a candidate I for John UKlow. left Thursdayfor
of Cattlets- that he would held Sun Mrs.
IIl'n Mrs. Hazel Spears to date.A. Funeral services were
Phillips. TO Dr. J. M. the Starke Chamber of Commerceat office of Tax In Detroit. Micli.Mr .
to the their home
the the
arrived Monday at nomination afternoon at 3 o'clock In
:nbree of burg. Ky.. list of volunteer day
and the staff of Sha- the Instigation of owners Bradford County In complete will have a*
of and Mrs.
rest All home of Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. ...- Collector Starke and surrounding Forest Grove Baptist Church

nks Hospital we give special tourist-patronized businesses.of businesses Icy and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. with the May Primaries. lie will make workers In will be announced with Interment In the church their guest this Sunday their
for communities
all and managers of his Ford of the University -
their efforts 1n owners detailed announcement I I nephew. Robert
Is several days' a cemetery
she enjoying
-boohalf.The of this meeting.type are urged .to whom visit. 'I I candidacy next week. next week. It was said. of Florida In Gainesville.I .'

S1meon Phillips family attend the


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P\GE IGlIT: I I ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND !' ',Telegraph shall 1
-- of has available an unlimited num- NOTICE TO APPEAR, In next four weekli puwin.i I 'IVI
will be thrown Purpose

when Lake Geneva began, to cut Green To Run For the dinner will be open.to show parents ber of good cypress benches obtained STATE, whose OK FLORIDA residence to and: CatertnoCollttl. address I:I ." Witness Stark.. m) PI nand>111I"

High \Water fer from excess rain, like the how the children are fed at the from Camp Blanding. repainted la unknown. ..lryat4, 1918 Ma., II,

other lakes in the region, It was and menu for U. You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL:,\I.,
school cafeteria, and thoroughly recon 8, 1948 in the above named A I <'Iprk ,
decided to Increase the size of an > the March wherein plaintiff r. Frank .r o v
the will be similar to and cause, "nndruR'
Causes Damage outlet leading Into Old Field Pond. Utilities( Board I type meal given the children tioned. The benches are being Court seeks divorce. Bradford County Atty for Plf, I"k"I..,.

The pond, eight feet lower than !I dally. made i available to the merchantsof

Lake Genevi, Is located four miles R. A. (Lex) Green of Starke, Dinner will be served at a cost Starke at 75c per foot just

(Continued from page one) south of Keystone on Road 100 to Congress Blanding. The
$ former Representative of SOc per person. and paymentmay what they cost at

beach and reached the soft Property owners arounj Old from the 2nd Congressional be made at the door. However Chamber Is making no charge for CLOTHIN.G & SHOE
Field Pond carried a case againstthe
announced Sunday
i. District it is necessary that reservations the painting and repairing.
all the
whose City of Keystone way candidacy for Feb. h
be made by Monday.
Mrs. W. I.. Reynolds
td., lake home la adjoining: the property 'to the Florida Supreme Court to membership o n 23, by calling Mrs. W. J. Epperson. -:;
the widening of the outlet I.
contest BRADFORDCol'WTY.
owned by Charley John the State Rail Jr.. at number 141. .V CIRCfIT COLIC:
and In their opinion they won ,
that the road and Public and all others
and Carl Johns. says All PTA members .. ..... .-
Crystal Lake has rise: the suit. But that doesn't changethe Utilities Com 1......___.._, t.. ,..--- --..-- -
level of situation. Old Field Pond la
1942. "Every rain mission.A .
15 feet
than pond these days.
more a
two or three native of.
bring It up
deems (
Field Pond was originallytwo
and It never drops over Bradford County, COUNTY TELEGRAPH FRIDAY IKIUtlARTj: ,
inches each aide ol BBADFOUD _, _
ponds. one on .__ __ __
Green has -
Inch. We've had to( move served Page 8-B _
I. a half Road 100. But when, somehow- I .
I house five times sine as a memberof of said office Telegraph. shall .
our pump started the duties u ib I
said. someway-Lake Geneva the 'StateLegislature In the Primaries In May. If elected to dlxchurgo In an efficient, fair, and Impartial In next four \' \ ,:.!.II.I
1942. she Field to give my verybust Witness
rushing through Its Old and I shall continue manner. mj .1, n.
The 50 foot shoreward move'! Pond outlet late In 1946. Old ,_ \ efforts to the discharge of my Your vote and assistance In the seal at Stark ',' Mruary a loj U
In the is a former Political duties. It has been my pleasureto election ire. earnestly solic 19, hIlttoi"t"ICLtL
mont made by the lake Field Pond Joined hands across serve In this capacity for the cnmlng SI,
County Judge of Bradford Co like I ited. (
,, past year \\a clearly visible on the the highway and 'became one a- Announcements past seven .years and I feel the -13. W. Hayes. HusV *
Carl John ; ty. For almost two decadeswas can, continue to give my people Cha R. !I'i j burt,, !
nearby cottages of gain. That confused motorists to in service they desire and to which COil 10 1'!.N'.'YCOiiiII55IOEltihIriCt ; !' ]'hlR'., Jackson 'n p
a representative Congr
and Charley Johns. Carl John1 extent, and the State KATKS: 910 rou PERIOD they are entitled. be .No. I a great will
basement representing the 2nd District Your vote and support my candldaey
I'KIMAKY announce
and a
Is under water, had, the UNTIL FIKST I hereby i.-v J
dock Road Department Jot appreciated. of County Commissioner : nncrrr (OI-T-T.. .
room Is flooded. with water of raising 1.000 feet of road eight 18 years and serving two yeas PAYABLE IN .\ )\'.\ CB 1 -J. I.. Wynn. for the for office District One (Lnwtey) CI1CV.COI'NTV.' I'l.OUIDM iil i I.
The ro-presentatlve-at-large. Democratic
nlll. the
nudging over the door feet higher than Its former level. coriir subject to If elected I pro- Ruth Janes Linui i
rinri'iT PI.!
CI.IOIIK In May. :
the cot In 1944 he from C FOU marloB
In resigned
Mama situation exists They completed the Job in early I am a candidate for reelectionto mine faithful. conscientious and .'Leonard 1Llnr i" 0.
of Charley Johns, excep, gress and was commissioned roil MIKHIPF" the office of Clerk of Circuit Impartial service In the discharge Case No. (1:155.OHDEH: .
tago of Urudtord County: will of the OF i'.'III.lrl.|
To the Voters Court subject to the of duties.Your .
determined my
that Crystal Lake seems 1947.When Old Field Pond flooded In.. lieutenant commander in IVII,1t to announce my candidacy people In the next Democratic Pri vote and active support AND NOTICE rr ApVl
to occupy his basemen Navy. He was attached as le for the office of Sheriff of mar hart. will be greatly 81.)>r..18te'l. STATR OF Fl i I It' 1
the 1946 the chicken coop entered Hrndford County subJect to the I am Indebted to the people of -T. C. (Thee) dward1l.I'Cllt lj. [.1", I."y. wh id'ivl
room by entering through 75 : officer on the staff of the ci iJemorratla primal-leu In May. It this County for their friendshipsupport It. I. dreen Ci. ti i|> st..l
E. C. Hulvershorn ,,
Instead of thn door. the story. mandant of the :4tl! Naval 1 1trlct elected. to thin high place of responsibility and encouragement, andif COI'NTV c'onU""IO"olF1tIU.'r" department. MiII tIlt.
windows that damage and his son. Ray 49, had 80 acres! and served in the Pac 1 will do my dent to re-elected I will render faithful '0. I (l.nwtry) .. Massachui'ttg'
Johns says of this county a take every candidacy forC'.unty You are rep| n
Charley devoted to chicken Kive the people service In the office and In announcing my u|
property and the fighting of land mainly Theatre. clean projfre.. lve. honest. Impartial occasion for expressing my appreciation Commissioner District One. March 22, tIlt! hi ib.1nd
'I lake have farming. One of the Old Field I, und fearless administration of of your confidence.A. Lnwtey I wish to urge everyone COOl rt p nd -an Him L
I,:' of the Inroad of the Ponds was located back of their Since his separation from the law. I earnestly "elicit your J. Thomas. eligible to register and vote. Choose tiff seeks. dlvnr Riuil( rt |
42,000 to date. A surveyor he has been vote and support. carefully. After he taken. Telegraph shall i ila iu'> 1
cost him Navy practicing man
'\ owner houHe but in October of 1946 _P. L>. (Pete) Reddish. FOR rOt"T COMMItlOIER your office. Hupport him to make a good next four w
'. hired by property the Hulvershorns' had to move at Starke and is also publla IIISTItlCT >0. OM-: commissioner. If he falls short. Witness nn. ., ,

'. on Crystal Lake said that while of the Union County Times volt Ml'l.l-illVI'KM... \.I. OK I hereby announce my candidacy go to him and make him get on I seal at Stark F da. t I Irunrv '
out Old Field Pond could moveIn. Commissioner 19, 19H.
so of County we can
for office ibis manner
risen the In
has M'llIll-"IIU'\I"
I> the job.
other lakes in the area The Hulvershorns occupiedthe Lake Butler. He Is commanof I'I'IILUJ candidate: of District No. One Uawtey) help ourselves to better roads, (OFF1CI\f/! '. JAs -
I hereby announce as a .
six; feet. Crystal Lake han rISen the Starke Post of Veteran!! fur Superintendent of Public Instruction subject to the will of the votorif drainage, etc. Clerk of .n. '
chicken coop located on higher Flor of this district In the May Pri I will do my best to Skinner! & Sp'-li. '<
Hrudford County It
16 to 18 feet because of drainage ground. Foreign Wars and Is district Jit. Ida. In the of May 19 IS prlmarluH.. I mary. If elected I shall give my cooperate fairly with everyone. interested 7 W. Forsvlh\ atJacksonville. ,
Into the lake created by, the con advocate. am qualified for the office underthe best efforts to the discharge' of my in the progress of ourcounty. Fli
atructlon of the Crystal Lake Air The water Is somewhat down new school law and pledge my duties for the benefit of this District Atty. for rifIX Il
;i' Mrr Green yesterday 'issued ..If. If elected to discharge the and County. -.T. P. Hulllvun.
Base. The government doesn now. but 40 acres of their landIs following statement: dutl" .M of this nfflre faithfully and Having served two rerm ns Rt. I, Box 84 Idiwtey, FIlL CIUCI'IT r lMir. SREl'Vi.
I recognize this condition howevej, still under water. After moving with the bent Interests of the children County' Ilond Trustee In this County : .'IORlII\1
"My neighbors and friends ..f Bradford County ever In "C''pet I ,urnwellqualifled to FOR !lIIUItIFF ('Pat V
and rf'fuIIl's to remedy the sit : back In their house, the Hul- in Ind, t further pledge myself to give. the service the people desire T hereby announce as a candidate Peter Mantel P'' a
:" ,' uatlon. The residents still havi vershorna used a boat to reach Bradford County have been g dnvote full time to the duties nf: 'and to which they are ent Itled. for Sheriff of Bradford! County Oroi-n Mantel, D

with solid land since the water has to me in the past, for this I this office und lie rcdy 'at all Your vote and active support siil>li.ct tr> the Democratic Primaries S352.
the water problem to times to work with the people of will le, highly appre..latel In May. If the people) of this ORPRU OP w,'l.iCt'ANFt
As a remedy. Charley Johns 1 Is since lacked a few Inches of deeply and profoundly grateI thli county for the wulfurw o( O. J, Phillip.. county elect me tn the high office NOTirr TO A.pp1PTATR

the house floor. Now shall appreciate your help I every child In the county. Your of Sheriff I promise you with all or FV.OP.IJinsJe .% '
: contemplating a community proJect reaching vote and support will he greatly 'Olt .t'pF.n' .rF. 1)1"T sincerity of heart It shall he run : Oroen I"I.'' wb
'":1 I of dredging a well down I tan < they: utilize a gang plank to contact support In the race for Rallr n ppr..ln lol OF I'C'III.U' .,"""I'IIIT'I'IH'\ noon the same high level In the .1. nce end nddn < .
the outside world. and Public Utilities Come: Harmon P. Morgan. I wish to announce that f urn a future ns In the pust 12 years.I Sw'irton! Ptr!' 4tl t Hi-|
and letting :
re-election aw yourCounty
underwater stream candidate for earnestly solicit' your vote nndsunpirt
..I the excess water drain off. "Thi "All that I can say Is that we eloner. In this race I was s FOIl "SUKIllrl"To School Superintendent.! of I I and assure you that It landYou are r".I..d 't up
porting our deceased friend I the citizens ot Bradford, am very grateful to the people will lie sincerely appreciated March 22. 1948. In th. aho,'
tung oil Interests have such i a are out of the chicken business County Bradford County for the privilege -R. J. (Romey) Andrews. ('no'rt nnd cnune wher!''n:1
system on Cooler Pond near: now" Ray said as he looked sadly would not have been a candidif I hereby announce my candidacy of serving them during my firstterm seeks divorce. flrn'tfnrE'
he had lived. ,1 announ for the office of Sheriff: and assure In offlco. FOR COUNTY Jt'iGCI Telegraph. shall I lIhll.h tbl
Brooker. and It's doing a magnlf at the pond In which he was you of my appreciation of you You can be proud of your srhrmlsystem It Is with pleasure that I announce In next four weekly l mu.Vltneas .|
I 1', Icant Job there," he said. living. In his garage remained earlier than I desired to, support during the campaign and -It Is the result of combined to the good people of my hAnd ant f
; '.. the friends urged this in order t your vote nt the Primary Election,, efforts of all. vote Rmdford County, Florida my candidacy seal 1 at Starke Florida. Urnsrr ,
r,. Perhaps the situation on an old car with water up to the May 4, 1948.I I respectfully solicit your for re-election IU' your I R. 194S.OFFtrjTAI .
other side of Keystone Height: hub caps. A boat was tied up to our friends in other parts of am a native of the State ol and support during re-elected the to coming this County Judge. Am grateful to the ( ; RR\1.) AlAs "
State would know our IntentU Florida and have lived In Bradford election, and If people of this County for their Clerk lIt.i.
I 114 due to the same basic cause- the front, porch. and the water County for several years. I have position I will continue to serve support In the past and have triedto '1". Frnnl'' T,ndrum, Stark,!
drainage; from cleared lands. Bu pump house was filled with-of "If elected to the Commlsi observed the duties of the office you with fidelity, -Arthur and fairness.McRae. show unto you that I appreciate Atty. for Plf. J.II
It Involves thre< I I shall aspire to measure uph fend If given the honor of election,, vour trust In me. If vou re. _
nevertheless. all things-water! I will perform the duties to the the same consideration
elect me iv C"IYIT roriiT.COI'NTV. Ssr'
lakes a court battle a flooded A somewhat similar tale Is told so far as possible to the h best of my ability. FOR RF.OI"TnAT.O!ftCPF.RVIVOROF for your Interest will he exhibited FI.OIIIIXi m II \
home. and two standard of service that our -D. II. (Smitty) Smltli my candidacyfor as In the past; your support and CKRY.Carrie .
but brand-new I hereby announce
4. by Mrs. L. A. Wright who resides :' E of Registration for vote In the coming election will Fames, Plaintiff, mu
,' low Bradford Countian Maj Supervisor
men In a chicken coop. -, be greatly apprwclated. Defendant faORDRR t
across Road 100 from the. Hul Bradford County and ask your vote Barnes,
I hereby candidacy
It seems that some' years age Matthews. accomplished in I P; announce my and support. If elected I will carryout Gratefully yours, OP PfBLlCA1.
; % for the office of State Senator from
vershorns Ton the shore of the duties of said office to the B. K.' Ferryman AND NOTICK TO APP
at Keystone important capacity. 15th Senatorial District, com the> .
u- Geneva Judge.NOTICF.
when Lake County IIInnrnes
"new" Old Field! Pond. A few prising. Bradford and Union CountieS host of my ability. Thanks. : STATE! OF
.j Heights; was low a culvert frork and. If elected. 1 promlsq) our friend whose renldrnrt
hundred feet in front of her neat OF IN'TKN'TION1TO
T. !S ,(Tommle) Williams.FOR dress: Is unknown.
of Lak the duties ol '
the 10-foot higher waters Mrs. Hazen 90 faithfully perform 111"01\ COIII'Olt ,
: required w
home Is the house built by her You are
this office to. the best of my ability. Notice" is hereby given under the atom.Court .|
the th.
cut 22.
Brooklyn was In 1946. All but the Your vote and .support will beBreatlly COI"VTY 1B830, Lawsof March ,
'son Frank. Buried At Brooker '0. H& provlnloiis of Chapter and cause, ",hfHniseeks
,\ waters to fill Lake Geneva. But Is water. .. appreciated. I hereby announce my candidacyfor Florida, Acts of I93B, to each divorce and r .tonl
t.\" roof under ,. I i. Re pectful'II' yours.
listed below
..' t County Commissioner of District of the corporations mAiden name. rtrmlfnr f
The !on. Frank S. Wright. Miami Mrs. America Carolyn Hai Q. FRKD ANDREWS No 5, comprising the Evooksr the same being Incorporated under Telegraph shall puhllih.. I till''

;( relations is 90. a native of Brooker, died W nnd New River Precincts subjectto the laws of Florida, and accordingto in ......,t four weekly Ismwi
public agent
; the will of the Democratic votitr" the records of the :Secretary: of Witness my hnnd in*
W.C.T.U. prominent In state circles. He served nesday. Feb. 11. at the home' FOR JtTATK KVTOIl candidacy, In the Primaries In May. State each and every such corporation seal at ptarke' FbI! 'In II

; 15 years as public relations her daughter Mrs. F. M. Sand for I hereby State Senator announce from mv the 16th. the The voters vote In and the active district support are earnestly of (3) years appears or more delinquent In the fur filing three of ruarv( 14 194g.flFP'TCTAL S1u.tr., '

director for the University of son in Tampa where she !f Senatorial District. I have alwav* solicited and I promise If reports and payment of taxes. under As ('ii I
.;..;. Have You Event, Known for the th felt and. worked for the nld of old elected to continue to dischargethe the provisions\ of Chapter 14877. Charles. n lln..s, 'oi,n' ;r
of been past
residing I believe In careful
Florida was end people. ,
pre-war governor needy of Acts of 1931 and r
A Community That LMed If duties of the office In a fair I.aws [Florida Life holds' Jarksun "It ,
; Kiwanis In Florida, served 30 years. spending and low taxes.If .and Impartial manner as I have that under the provisions. of salt Atty. for Plf, -:!
Taverns (Beer Parlors* and I .elected I promise full con emlPnvnred, to do In the pn.t, Chapter 18880, Acts of 19111.! : Laws
months overseas with the ArmyA.ir Funeral services were held Kdentlous, service to the best ol ,
1O.. HARRBI.li.FOIl of Florida, said corporations have
Itnad.Houses Among Its Advrrttslng WiiJ
solicit. roiiir.
.;: I' ability. I earnestly 1" C.Rrt'IT
state Church my been clns ttd as subject to diesolmitlun .
Corps and Is now manger New it
Hope Baptist Thlj "IOlflf\\1 I
nnd subject tc rO'T
vote support 'rv.
.. Asset T T T your !SIIK1IIFF1I and that three (3) monthsafter .
''l" i If Not for Fuller Warren In the day afternoon of last week; the Democratic Primary of May 4,. wish to announce mv cnndldary date of this publication each Franc's. Slmpklnc 1'IIIlnfir l |

current governor's1 race. 2:30: o'clock with Elder D. 1948. for !Sheriff' of Bradford County subject and every of such corporation listed >fenili'At--
.' Why Have Drinking Placet Sincerely your friend, to the nmocratl<* prlmirles. ... below that have not In the Mary E. Slmpklnn
In You Community f T T Mr. Wright started construction Harvlll officiating. Intermi Clarence' A. Roberts. In May. It elected I will discharge meantime filed their reports due No. 6344OflflFhTt OF PI'VI. ,'I"'

\ ,; of his home on Old Field was In New Hope Cemetery the duties, of the office to the heatof' anti paid tax: due under the provisions AND'NOTICV. re IP1'
? T ? tHANES SHF.HIFF1I nnd of
FOIl my ability I earnestly solicit of Chapter 14877, Acts I'
3' Pond In May of 1946. but late in der the direction of DeWltt I hereby announce, for the officeof the vote and support of all the 1D31 T.aws of Florida, as amended. STAT!: OF Fr.nnl"' .mid
'(.' water had reached the foun- Jones. Sheriff of Bradford County, subJ voters of Bradford County.NELSON will he certified, to the Oovernorwho F:. Slmpklns wh
July "ct to the will of the voter In !' T. OREEN" will Issue I ProolanVatlon at unknown.You .
': dations. Luckily. the house wasn't Mrs. Hazen had been a Hfelj the Democratic.. Primary of May 4, that time dlssolflnir said corporations are reinln' Sr"
I will make one FOR MIRIIIFFI :Afarcli 22 1 1944. In th .IiD"
resident of Brooker; prior to If elected you '
wired ,
and hadn't been !
plastered \ Is to make hereby candidacyfor ,IInI wn!
: promise and that you announce mv Business Men's Club, of Stark, Court cause
',; because by October water was ing to Tampa to live withdaughter. one of the best officers you have the office of Sheriff. of Bradford Florida Ino Stark, Fla. seeks' divorce.Ill..*" ,dT..1"r."h
She was a member ever had. County subject to the will nf Starke Taxi Service Company, shall ptil' Pin '
.( I' up to the eaves. The new house F. P. (Iuck) Jones. the Democratic voters In the primary The Starke, Fla. next four week* '""I
,, ".. occupied at present by Mrs.Vrllt'ht the Primitive Baptist Church., elections. 'of May 1948. Tf It Is further directed thnt a copy Witness my I" ,"" ,
\ completed In Aprilof Survivors Include another dan FOIl COUNTY CO'nll"'lo'' elected to this position of high responsibility of this notice be published. one seal nt Btnrko, F'f' "' It
:: SHORTS was I hereby announce my candidacyfor nnd trust I will discharge time In the Bradford County Telegraph riinrv 14. 194S.OFFICIAt .
\ ., 1947. I ter, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Brook the office of County Commissioner the duties of this office In a newspaper published In ( SE\fl :
Grade 95c five sons Fred Hazen', A. for District One (Lawtey a fair and Impartial manner. Your Starke, Florida. In which county All ("lcOr' "
!It Best "I don't know what can be Baa lira 11 ford County Florida. H vote and active support will begrently tha home office of the above listed', Ray Selden !Seldet' 11111\\
; done.. Mrs. Wright said last Hazen and Dr. Olen n. elected I promise to give faith. appreciated.T. corporations are shown to h.. lo- loan Fleach FIn.
Geo. W. Hal full energetic nnd conscientious C. (Clayton) Crawford. cated.
all of Gainesville; Atty. for Plf.
Hanes Undershirts45c week. "The St. Johns la only Elton service to this Important office IN" WITNESS" WHEREOF. I have.
!10\ miles away somehow this I Brooker, and T. C. Hazen. I will at all times be ready to FOIl ...\X rolI.FCTORTo hereunto set my hoed and caused nlll

water" should be drained off. Beach; 36 grandchildren. t confer nnd advise with my constituents the people of Bradford County: the Great Seal of the State of iv rmrriT FIIIII roiitr' i I"
and In my duties ns Commissioner I hereby announce my candidacy Florida to he affixed f at Tallahasiee COI'MTV.
The solution to high waters 26 great grandchildren. to carry out their will for the office of Tax: Collector of the. Capital this the 12th CKIIY.o. '
Army Boots3.85 11 and work for the best Interest of of Bradford County In the Mnv 4tti day of February. A. D. 114S.R. I.. Normtn. Plan'' ;
I No one knows. Some Intend tl our district and county. Your support Primary Rlectlon.: I feel thnt my A DRAY. Norman flefendrini014flE11 .,
1 do something about them. But Stunt Night Proves will bo deeply appreciated.J. many years of experience. as Deputy Secretary of S'lt-, OF rt'O'TOHTATK ,prE
H. MondaPOIt Clerk and In other clerical I posl. It '. (SEAT) AND NOTICK
: Khaki Work Shirts one Starke citizen who owns endangered Enjoyable Event lions of responsibility amply qualIfy OF P11)111tPnrman ''

property said. "Leave it ('OlVfY ('O"'CI'I'Ilo"n!' !' mn for this office, lund If elected I IN nr-iT ro"nT.nFOlln whose re
$1.00Girls' Club 'I hereby. announce mv candld.tcv pledge" my full Tourist
At ifS
ii: alone. That's God's work. for County Commissioner. of 1'1.-l the duties. of said office with credit! rr"nv You are ordered ff
: trlct Throe South Starke Tour tn all Thomas, Plaintiff' vs. Nanml M- rch 1. 1<>4S. ,ln, thCnurt I
S.If.: DRESSES Stunt Night at the Tues vofe and support will be greatlyappreciated. I Will appreciate| your ,support Thomas. Defendant Case No" and csu..., y>nrseeks ,
Edwards AnnouncesFor luring the campaign and your vote 8351 I.nr'nrn divorce. 'I
meeting of the Starke Tout -Ira Wilson on. election nT>fTnrTrtA"TOVVr Tel"grnrh shall 1 p0it't
8to12 1.50Girls' CommissionerT. Club was a delightful affair W yours, \! > VnTT"T! TO APPEAR In next four weeklVVltness .
R. A. Weeks. 9TATE!' OF ham'sonl "
corvrv roMMMiiirsF.nHUtrlrt FLoRln.tn! Naomi mv
.;. varied talent taking part. j'j'the FOIL Three Thomas, whose residence I I..,. oncn at Starke, Funrv '\'

:/', DRESSES C. (Thee) Edwards qualified'Saturday members entered Into I hereby announce mv rnndldnov FOItI''F.f''O'! "wn.You 21*. 114R.! vAs .,..
of fountv Commissioner I take this. method of announcing nre required to Appear "n '''flrFT'IAL SHAM
for the nfflce
E' Size 12 1.00 Feb. 14 as a Candidatefor spirit of the occasion, and vo of District No Threo, comnrislnac for re-election. to the office ofAssessor March 22. 191. In the nbovo named Clerk of said. ('."irft
; -
\ : County Commissioner of District and piano solos, readings. Ilk the Smith Stsrke Precinct.subject of Texas, promising yon r-nnrt maul pause.vh, "rem p'llntlffseeks O Drown StarkFI'* I
of the voters that If re-elected I will continue divorce. Prsdford County for Plf.
the will : Atty.
'1" No. One (Lawtey) subjectto Joke telling and tap dances w tq i ii
the will of the voters in the given., Four new members Wadded i

1.50each Democratic Primaries in May. to the club. .4gRefreshments
Mr. Edwards Is a local farmer were served f

..' RAYON PANTIES I and a lifelong resident of Bradford Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Craftji .
: *
County. their social committee for" 1 .. ..-
Sizes-LIT., Med., One X Edwards In his announcement -i.t..n.vun. SQUARE 'f '
evening. :: T
::: I
faiy *
65cCotton stated: "I feel that I am qualified The club meets each Tuesday : 'OS

for the office flf County Commissioner evening at 7:30: at the Woman's '1\\\\jt\\\\

; Ih Panties due to the fact that I [ Club building on Walnut Street.. II!'

was employed by the County for All tourists as well as local residents fr 39 \\A:2.49.
35c 45'M
Lge. Med. approximately IS years during wh.f are Interested are Invited 1 :

which time I operated the Coun- ti becorne members.

Blouses & Skirts ty's roadbulMlng and grading ,' MW .

c 1.00Dungaree equipment. Having graded almost 'Know Your School' .:::::f: :*:: AW HAMMER Fine quaUtT.teeltempuec1
; I' every road In the county t ::: C,. 1t0 B..OlDanTues.n'.atrr 6-Ft. Flex-Rigid
18- bold .
sharp cutting ode I
a and
;? ', PANTS several time I feet that T thoroughly Theme To Feature f:. ?f d.d balanci. Haa 1 bead. Head securely wedf edon13lncli plnmb marking sqnar., Inel and 12- STEEL TAPE
\ gauge,
,: understand the gradingand ', PTA Dinner :=::::.::x::' :.' drop force4." hic.o., bandle. hickory handle. Inch rule, etc. Accurate. Push-poll J'Po'-
t 1f.
) which should
j; S 1.50 drainage steps ::::::::::: BUol1l Graduated :In slfteenth

It be taken for improvement of I I I In place of the usual PTA meet- ; ;;.:: ., $ *=::: ;: $::::Ww;: :::: w:: x-;...::.:1;:.::>>.:;'. 7:>.'.<...'Cvwh.t. : .. :::- -. botl .dgs. Carom ..I
"' County roads In this District and Ing next Wednesday Feb. 23 iK .a ;;:;: : .,::: : ;: :. ..::: :;: :;:;: :;:; :::::r{;:;: (m :: ..::::;:' case.' I

Puttee PANTS throughout the County. During
there will be a "Know YourSchool" '
1.50 this time I worked very close to 'I dinner at 6:30: o'clock In .

J the County Commissioners and dinner
the cafeteria. Following
attended a majority of the Comnlsslon -1 will be invited C
all persons present Firestone Home & Auto
meetings and have ob-| to inspect the entire school which Supply

ierved thoroughly their duties,

Nick'sBargain therefore feel that I am qualified!, vocate first, improvement of "

to serve as your County Commlsiloner -I I county roads; second economical

from District No. 1 (Law-I but constructive financial: program 600 Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS Owner STARKE FLA;

tey). In view of my quallflca- : and third to put the welfare ,

ion and experience your vote of all the people ahead of

House ind support will be greatly spoteclated. the wishes of a selfish few In all

matters handled by the commls-!

"U elected I promise to ad-..loners. .


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tin In The Shade

With Colonel Bradford 7 7i 7I i


irood idea leads to".another, it seems, and this week then

the old oak, tree.yielded another excellent suggestion ont

of attracting and: holding tourists, and insuring their

hue in our midst. The letter follows: County,Publication Established In 1877
Starke, Florida

net Bradford: i
from Ted Connell with whom my husband and I hope

lendly etter competition noon; Interested me very much. A foldero 50 More Men Bradford Steers Gold
see around Starke Is a splendid Idea and should be heartily Corp'n.To .

financial backing by those of us who are or soon
and given
h the tourist trade. Being Hired. To Enter Ocala

[ while we are on the subject of "keeping' the tourists In Operate Blanding Mine

J there Is one. way*:of "keeping" them that will NOT bringk At Show Next WeekBradford
Camp Shop
and that is by providing black cows'on black highwaysto --

all due hit. respect to our splendid hospital, it really isn't there Authorization to employ 50 additional County will be well Mack FutchAddresses Construction To Begin Within Next

vant to keep the tourists, Is it? It was"our: distressing task, men In the National represented at the SoutheasternFat Rotary Few Weeks Annual Payroll

last week to pull some tourists from a car that overturnedof I Guard pool maintenance shop at Stock Show in Ocala next And Lions ClubsMack Around
our house because there were cows on the road. A person Camp Blanding was received last week with seven 'purebred Here- $300,000A

\ the road at night without a light has committed a crime, week, according to an announce- ford Steers and a Brahma bull to Futch, sun of Mr. and

L d csn't carry a light either. ment yesterday by J. L Anderson be shown from this county. The Mrs. C. A. Futch of Starke and $300,000 annual payroll for Starke was assured this

( progressive counties have taken away the doubtful privilege master mechanic and fore- :' entry of Maurice Edwards Jr., law student at the University of week with the announcement of plans by the Humphreys
Bradford Future
r be
Farmer will
too man of the shop. I Florida, was guest speaker at the Gold Corporation of Denver Colo. to mine ilmenite-bearing
Ing cows on the public roads, and Bradford County can a strong contender for first place ,
Anderson stated that the shop Other local exhibitors will be the Rotary Club Wednesday, givinga sands on the 4,000-acre tract at Camp Blanding, recently,
regularly employs 31 men. and the I comprehensive picture of the
keep the tourists coming ,but let's "bring 'em back alive." 60 additional made brother and sister team of Char- and other leased from the State Armory Board.
were neces- expansion program
les and Julia Lawson. The Humphreys Corporation will construct and operatethe
Very truly yours,
sary by instructions to process phases of activity now taking
(Mrs.:'W. R.) Ruth S. Morse 300 vehicles by July 1 in order to Last year Starke merchants place at this great institution. new mine for the E. I. duPont de Nemours Co., of Wilmington t

Old Colonel heartily agrees with the opinion voiced by Mrs. have them ready for the Guard's were well represented at the show Student'enrollment at the Uni Del., .under arrangements recently completed, according -

jit has always seemed capricious If not downright maltcl- annual summer encampment. The and bought heavily thus helpingto 1 verslty has mushroomed from 3600 ;- to a statement here yesterday by Harry B. Cannon

lor Florida to spend millions of dollars luring tourists to ourd Blending shop has the assign encourage the young FFA and In pre-war days to 8,500 at duPont geologist in charge of the\ company's local explora-

then sprinkle the highways with fur-bearing land mines, ment' of supplying and condition 4-H Club boys and girls who ex the present, time, young Futch ion. crew.

fiussell Kay; I believe, who suggested that the state's slogan everything but aircraft for the hibit along with the big breedersin Ii stated An 18.000.000 building It was stated that construction of facilities for the minIng -
Florida Guard.< the Southeast. Among those I program Is now under way, made operation by Humphreys will be started within the next

1 Iged to: ;: w >*.-.-- t.J
Enjoy our aepf1Tn' MI were Guidon Grill, Top Super
the additional 50 men have already funds, he pointed out. end of 1948.Funeral .
While dodging our heifers. Market, Darby Bros., Earl Cook,
been employed, making a The speaker was Introduced by Monday's announcement cul-
Ithe beginning, the fencing-in of livestock might prove an Inlence and H. A. Lawson.
total of S3 on the shop payroll Guy Andrews who had charge of minated two months of negotiating -
financial or otherwise, to a few small operators,' but ink I at the. present time Still needed Charles Lawson exhibited the I the program for the day and Mr. Services and exploration since the

run It would undoubtedly.prove a great boon to .the cattle are 7 automotive mechanics, reserve champion pen of three last i and Mrs. C. A. Futch were also For E. C. Priest lie first announcement by the State

p. Just as the tick eradication program (which was likewiseat familiar with army vehicles; J 3i,pear. and..they'sold' for more than I guests of the club. Held "" .. Armory Board last December
to be. automotive- aptay-gwi'- :' S IS the champion pen of three Sunday that the duPont
at first) has proved painters: Young Futch was also guest company had
how much longer can we continue weigh the Inlet body men, and approximately 13 Thursday of last week the Bradford eased part of the'
lany rate, i speaker at the Lions Club Wednesday Emra Clayton Priest, 83, retired' Camp Bland-
the few against the lives and physical well-being of the utility mechanics for general pro- FFA' Judging Team, N. G. i night. farmer and former Gulf 011 distributor I Ing reservation for the purposeof
Hayes, Jr.. Maurice Edwards, Jr.,, '
cessing. The salary scale ranges In Bradford County, died mining heavy minerals--chiefy -

It's a purely rhetorical question of course the answer bet from $2400 to $2700 annually.All and Eldridge Hayes took part In Friday, Feb. 20, in the Shady crest I llmenlte, now highly prised asa
at permanent employee the the contests at the Hereford Showin C of C after Illness. I source of. titanium dioxide the
so long as our legislators continue to stack committees Ocala. They have attended BanquetSet Hospital a lengthy
Blanding shop are required to be : whitest paint pigment base now
[see so successfully that every no-fence measure dies a-born- members of' the 748th OrdnanceCo. most of the cattle shows In the Born In Crystal River, Sept. 1,' known to chemists

.a smoke-filled anteroom. If the Issue ever came to a vote ., Jacksonville, and temporary state for the past three years and I March 11 1883, Mr.. Priest spent his early I' duPont has been 4

I floor of either house, the Colonel confidently believes It would employes must also become mem- won a trip to Waterloo, Iowa last I For manhood in the employ of the At- search_ for an_ adequate conducting domestic a

bers of the National Guard be- September.N. antic Coast Line Railroad,' with source of C
Umeiutti fat >
Ur. past
will his ,
G. Hayes, Jr., offer
fore being hired Anderson stat G. S. Newcoaxb>>, president of.the headquarters in High Springs. He several .yean, and recently the
Leral' weeks ago the Old Colonel called the attention. of read- ed. They' may.beCOme members Brahma bull. for sale at the show Starke Chamber of Commerce, an remained with the railroad for 20 quest was given added Impetus
(the faa4hat'thJs February.has'five'Sundays due to a'.comblna-- of local'.unita, however,. and not next week. nounced'yestsrday that the an due to the fact that Imports from

j unusual circumstances _. this/ being leap year and the*fact necessarily of the 748thOrdnance, nual banquet of the organisation rears, leaving'' to become'an oil India, were cut off as the resultof

Uruary 1 fell on a Sunday. Now I learn from the radio that It was explained. Around 80 percent BHS Cagers Enter wilt be held In the USO building distributor C.darXei, where I unsettled! political and economic -
of the shop's employes are Thursday: night March 11. he remained from 1937 until 1990,, conditions In that
Iry will not have flv. Sundays again for the next 38 years- Conference With country y
from' Starke, Anderson stated., when he was transferred In the
[ I Invitations will be issued withIn
til 1976 and this unusual. circumstance can occur not more I depoe-
; ;Army officers assigned to the 11 Wins 6 Losses same capacity to Starke. Ies4rlbedhM
Biree times century. So It's a very unusual day we'll ex- the next few days and It Is Its l.w grade
Standing Col. James A. la 193S Mr. Prl.at"retineS from
pool are? hoped that all persons will inform ore Improved methods' of
te next Sunda{. Wpy'not observe.Jt by 'everybody going to Griffin, state maintenance officer Eleven victories and six' losses,I the C of C secretary as soon tAe oil busln.s and bought afans developed by the Humphreys misting -

I? .II << for the National Guard, and Capt. was the final reckoning when the as possible whether or not they horn near New River where Corporation and the vast ana

. ." W. W. Lamar, state ordnance BHS "uk,teen completed the! can attend. A prominent speaker he spent Ills remaining years, of mIn' -beartna' sends. now

I Club"'Weefc Mrs. Ada"ThomasAccident J supply officer and (supervisor of .season's "hot" schedule Tuesdayheaded" I will be in attendance, and other During the war period he was.mployed.txt undtr... give duPont officials:

'" -. \. I the shop:" ..:. '*JLL _H--: ..r night. .,..Teatef: ',thp, _..cag.l'II, entertainment feat1lM av.ars f planned .P, ordnance, shop.. -at '-&son. .t 6. _be *\!! they -will
tress .Hon i7 ,,* + .r< b:: Victim Qualified m niwno Tare interested for Trenton begin the Newcomitstaled.. Camp BlsjrdfncVfV achieve their gt14t'ef41o0ooso'toat.ass' .

'* '. At' Graham Home :r In employment, should apply Buweunee Conference tournament i AU nevi and'prospectlvi I mem:' He was a member,I of the Bap llmenlte nn "sjlynouga< .to. ',
Citizenship. .. j1* at the"pool maintenance shop, with'' match against BranfOrd.1 bers are urged: to send' In I their list Church. supply their present needs '
If victorious they were ,
h Its theme "Creating, betbines Mrs ,Ada Thomas 67, of,'Gra Camp Blanding.; j again at 2 o'clock this afternoonFriday 1948 dues before personal solicitation Besides his widow, Mrs. Nona The Ingenious Humphreys "spi

today for a more re- ham,,died Friday afternoon, Feb. ( ). begins In ,the pear future.., Lee Priest, he Is survived by two ral", orlalnally developed by the

|ble citizenship tomorrow", 20, of injuries received at .her Fraser To The BHS squad will have to be ,*, daughters Mrs L. B. Alvarez vof mining corporation as a better
Week when truck, being cranked 'SPeak and Mrs Fred K. Francis
43 National 4-H Club home a victors In four games to win the Shuffleboard Starke, method of concentrating gold
observed .,March 17. by her son Albert; accident- tournament. In I estimating the of Fort Myers; one son., Hubert gravels. ,. makes possible the economic
ford County,now has more ally Jumped into reverse, caus- Here squad's chances In the Trenton Court Are Ready, E:. Priest of Lawtey; two brothers, recovery of heavy minerals -
the vehicle to back over her SaturdayStarke William J. Priest of High Springs, from the
1300 boys and'girls enrolled ing series Coach Carson'Geiger not For Public Use Blanding Sand Cannon -
|4-H Clubs. These members It Is ,stated that Mrs. Thomas ed -that Hawthorne, gene of the and Robert Lee Priest of St. An- 'explained.

ow working ort projects to was raking leaves in the yard will be the third townto probable opponents, had beaten Shuffleboard courts on the drews; tWQ sisters, Mrs. J. O Although originally engaged

ve their homes and farms and was standing behind the hear Edwin G Fraser, candi- the Starke team two times. "But courthouse lawn are ready for Logan Sr., of High Springs, and In gold mining-hence Its name-

are planned by the 4-H to date for Comptroller, when he be- that's no sign they'll do it again," use, announced Lucian Conner,, Mrs. J. W. Morgan of Tampa. the Humphreys Corp., since 1943,
er, in consultation with par- truck as When her son the attempted motor started gins'his state-wide speaking tour he commented. "We're hoping to secretary/ of the Chamber of Commerce Funeral service were held Sun- has been engaged in mining sand
County Agent, or Home crank It. somehow Saturday progress in the tournament if this week Two court day afternoon at 2:30: o'clock In at a site east of Jacksonville.

Instratlon Agent, to suit the faulty mechanism Into Hometown friends and neighbors we hit it hot we'll make it toughon are In use, and equipment for a the First Baptist Church with the I Humphreys took over, with its
fsts, needs abilities, and sit- caused the vehicle. to go Thomas reverse of the popular young Baker Coun- the whole bunch" third will be added next week. Rev. L. D, again officiating. Interment spirals, when other methods of

of the individual member, knocking Mrs. her before tlan are giving him a big send- In the past season, the BHS A No charge Is connected with wait in Elam Cemetery at mining the low grade ore, tried
[ed In projects and demon- down and running of over the danger. off rally Saturday when he makes squad has been defeated only by Shuffleboard playing. Touristsare Fort White, with DeWitt C. Jones by the Titanium Alloy Manufacturing -

one now under way are: she was aware Bradford his first official campaign speechin Gainesville, Macclenny. and Haw- especially Invited to use the Funeral Home. In charge. Co., proved uneconomic.

Ig livestock, poultry, gardens, She was a native lived of at Grahamfor I I Macclenny at 11 o'clock Sat- thorne, dropping two games to courts, but there are no restrlc Active pall bearers were A. J. Humphreys operated successfullythere
Ing, foods and nutrition, or- County and urday morning.A I tlons for their use by local real Thomas Carl Johns, T. K. Me- during the war, producing
Is, and the raising of special the past 44 years. I huge fish fry will be held at each.Final match of the season was dents. Cues and disks are keptIn Clane, Jr., Romey Andrews, K. rutile, when it wan on the hard-
crops, I Besides her husband Simeon T., noon to which residents of Brad- played against Green Cove Springs the Chamber''of Commerce offlee. G. Duncan, and O. A. Andreu. to-get: Hat, from the lowest grade

ft week all 4-H members are Thomas, she is survived by four I, ford" and other neighboring counties here Tuesday night, with BUS A I Although shuffleboard play- sand mineral ore ever to be

to study and plan theirIn sons, Charlie, Albert and Glen are 'invited. It Is expectedthat squad emerging victorious by a Ing Is now restricted to daytime Scout Mothers mined. Because of Its "outstAnd-
order to achieve the Thomas, all of Graham, and Wll- a- large number of Fraser's score'! of 6143. Spike Vance with I I use, Mr. Conner said the city Ing performance" and valuable
ai outlined In the following lard Thomas of Hampton: four I friends from this county will be 18 points and Ernest Wells with I would consider lighting the courtsat And Dads To Be know-how, Humphreys was seeded -

H Guideposts: daughters, Mrs. L. G. Thomas,: In attendance. 16 were leading tossers. the next City Council meeting. Guests Of TroopMother to do tho Job at Blanding.
Miami. Mrs. R. L. Manning and the fish Fraser also Cannon stated.
[ Develop talents for greater Following fry, The BHS girls' team was Other new additions to the
tineasI ,Mrs. E. J. McRae, Tampa, and will go to Lake Butler for a victorious to the tune of 45-13,I 18 and Dad Night will be Owners of the Humphreys organization -
I Mrs. Mary Jane Vamum. Graham speech at 1 p. m. He will be with Carlie Mae Hall accountingfor courthouse area are green observed by Boy Scout Troop 70 are two brothers
Join with friends for work. a sister\ Mrs. Alma Byrd. Lees- heard in Starke at 3 p. m. Satur- 25 of the winning points. benches of the type that lifted St In the American! Legion hall to- r.[ II. Humphreys the Inventor

and fellowship.Learn burg; and five brothers, balhoun day, and at Green Cove Springsat Last Friday, the Starke team Petersburg to fame. The County night (Friday) at 7 o'clock. and vice president, and AI P.

| to live in a changing Barry, Jacksonville; George Barry, 5 p. m.Fraser played Melrose there and won bought 14 and the Chamber (Jf Scoutmaster E. T. Shull Issuesa Humphreys', president. D. G.

I. Gainesville; Geiger and Arthur a successful Macclenny two out of three games the Commerce the remainder. The' cordial Invitation to all par.entll (Bud) Brown In general manager -

|Choose a way to earn a llv- Barry, Tampa and Edd Barry, nurseryman and former State girls being the losers with a score benches were recondltloifed and of Scouts to come out and of the Jacksonville operation -
Baltimore, :Md. She was a member Senator, won the nomination for I of 3322. The B squad beat with, Scout and will also be in chargeat
from do some
after purchase "see boy
of the Missionary Baptist in 1948 but was the A team painted your the handing plant.
Produce food and fiber for Comptroller pre-I a close 19-18, and Camp Blanding and to spread the work". New boys who would like
and Facilities here will Include a
and Church. vented from serving 43-37. Frank Dryden
market. won
"green bench" movement, they are to become members of the troop
j Create better homes'for bet- Funeral services were held at legal technicality. Spike Vance scored 14 points each offered for sale to merchants for and their parents are also urged dry mill, which will be locatedon

|wlng.i 2:30: o'clock Sunday afternoon in in the A squad game. the original Blanding cost 1'3 to attend this event. Refresh- Treat Road about two miles
Conserve SantaFe Cemetery with Rev. The Junior High boys and girls south of Blanding West Gate, a
i nature's resources I the Funeral TuesdayFor cent per foot. Merchants could ments will be served.Scoutmaster .
[security and happiness.Build C. C. Crosby officiating.Inter- played Lake Butler Junior Highon letter the benches with the name Shull and Troop floating wet mill, which will
of Counsel Griffis 19 and the girls lost follow In the wake of a huge
health for a strong]ment j was under the direction, February of their business Mr. Conner Bug Committeeman, T. K. McClane,
erica. McCabe Funeral Home Jack 16-7. But the boys evened the: suction dredge with a capacity
Share responsibilities for Key sonville. Counsel Grlffls, 15, died Sunday score with a whopping 3010. The gested. Jr. attended "University ofScouting" of 30,000, tons of sand per day.and ,
at his home near Law- 1 ."There are tourists I In: at Camp Echockoteenear
morning many
was 7-7 at the half, but the a number of offices, warehouse -
imunlty Willie score
Improvement. Active pallbearers were following a brief illness. He town now," Conner said. "Thi Orange Park last Saturdayand
'. Serve Willie tey BHS Junior eager made 23 baskets *, shops, storage buildings,
'Inl> world as citizens in main- Strickland Louie Dempsey was a lifelong resident of Bradford i to their opponents' 3 In thelast Is part of an all-out drive to have Sunday. Mr. Shull completed and transportation facilities. To-
peace Prevatt, Horace' Cain. Duffle Abernathy County and was a memberof half. Delano Thomas was them return next year and to In- his Scoutmaster's training courseat tal cost will be In excess of a
Barents are urged to assist' and Tom Graves.: the Baptist Church. duce others to come. that time
million dollars.
4-H work' by ,encouraging! high scorer with points.On
Survivors include two daugh- I February 17, In a match From 150 to 200 men, largely
supervising sons and "daughters the projects who are ofr Business MenInterested ters, Mrs. Eliza Groves and Mrs. with Hawthorne here both the B Red Cross Fund Rites Sunday common laborers will be em-

'led.' Rena Blalock and a, eon Collie and the girls won their ployed on three shifts, operating
In 301 squad
I young Persons Interested In Grlffla. all of Lawtey: a' sister,I I games, but the A squad lost 4222. Drive Opens With For M. A. O'Steen I I around-the-clock seven days a
asked tot
people are To Meet Monday Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis, ) / Cannon stated. The plant
with the program by volun- f'/iX-1 I The three BHS teams played Quota At $6,780 92. a'' week
John Alfred O'Steen
vllle four brother., Marion
ri"8 : Green Cove tnere on Friday the here will be three times as large
as local 4-H leaders and A meeting of operators of restaurants Lawtey Ellsha Griffis. Starke I I I 1948 Red former resident of Bradford County -:.
ping In 13th. and while the girls lost, the Bradford County's as the present Humphreys plant
e. every other way pos. hotels, tourist courts, and Westberry and Gadson Griffis team won to a tremendous 41- Cross fund raising drive opens of. died Friday. Feb 20. at his near Jacksonville it was said.

service'stations etc., will be heldIn both of Maxvllle. I fA. B squad lost 2824. flclally March 1, according to an home In the Forest Grove community Practically all Jobs will be filled
e.utn the Guidon Grill Monday afternoon Funeral services were held;' announcement this week by O. L. near Gainesville. from the local labor market with

OF THANKS at 2:30: o'clock for the Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock|'Sibley Announces Patten campaign chairman. The Mr O'Steen wa born near Fort the exception of a few key positions -
"o all our friends: purpose of discussing ways and from the grave ld" in'Long county's quota this year Is J8.780. White on June 22. 1885. He spent' .

With heartfelt thanks we ex means of cooperating with the Branch Cemetery. Arrangements! For Tax CollectorWalter Early solicitation has already his early boyhood In Columbia -
's our appreciation for all the greater publicizing of IT. S. Highway were In charge of Key-McCabe been started in the business district County, later moving to Brad Mr and Mr. A. O. Uglow, who
lneaee. shown us during the 301 through Starke. Funeral Home of Jacksonville S. Sibley of Starke and of Starke, the chalrrrian ford and in 1873 moved to Ala have spent the paat'alx weeks here

sic| death of our loved one The meeting Is being called by Theresna announced this week stated, with a total of $243 con- chua County. with his uncle and a unto Mr., and
lien Phillip. TO Dr. J. M. the Starke Chamber of Commerceat Mrs. Hazel Spears of Cattle ta- that he would be a candidate for tributed to date.A Funeral services were held Sun- Mrs. John Uglow, left Thursday
IXIbree anll! the staff of Shafist the instigation of owners of burg Ky., arrived Monday at the nomination to the office of Tax list of volunteer day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the for their home In Detroit. Mich.
Hospital we give special tourist-patronized businesses. All home of ),(r. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- Collector of Bradford County In workers In Starke and surrounding Forest Grove Baptist Church, 3or,.. and Mrs. Uglow will have as I

rnpPhfo f. all their efforts 1/1 owners and managers of busl- ley and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. with the May Primaries. He will make communities will be announced with Interment In the church their guest this Sunday their

nenses of this type are urged to whom she Is enjoying.several days a detailed announcement of his next week, it was said. cemetery, nephew, Robert Ford of the University -
-The Simeon Phillips family attend the meeting. visit. .( candidacy next week. of Florida In Gainesville.I' .,

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-'- drinks and sandwiches were en- daughters, Misses Elizabeth Orlando MaryB and Mrs. 0 H. 'l"horn..
and Lois Irene, of of their ,
Bradford County Telegraph joyed by those' attending.The orate Farm were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. P. Robert respective Via11t.a
HamptonBy J. W. Horne residence was !I. Cox and of Mr. and Mrs. J. )rand j Iartit,I
the scene of a lovely childrens Whiffle week-end. Mrs.R. Mrs. E. L Mcyu
E. L. MATTHEWS. OwN.n-EDlTOa Mrs. lit. C. Sweeney By l\1rs. Bryan M. Bradley last ul'dlJv
ESTABLISHED 1877 party .Friday night when Mr. II. Cox returned to Orlando fora can. Miss.
Friday and Entered an Second '/ Home's Junior Boys Class of the visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cox
Published Every Office at Starke, Fla. PTA SPONSORS Baptist Church, entertained Mrs, BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. and family.Mr. .
Clan Matter at the BLACKFACR PLAY Doris Hick's Junior Girls Class. C. M. Turney entertainedthe
Mrs. L. F. Chapman
The ladles of the Hampton PTA Mrs. Home and Mrs.. Hlcka were State Farm Bridge Club at 41nd
' attended the tea given Sunday
MEMBERSubHcrlptlon 7948 will sponsor a play In blackface, attlstcd in entertaining and servIng her home Wednesday afternoonof afternoon by Mr: and Mrs.
I "The Kink in Klzzie's Wedding"and by Martha Horne and Joan last week. A refreshing touchof
93: Annually $1.10 For SU Months the "Dancing Moonbeams Sweeney. Home made cake, Spring: was noted in the lovely Thomas Slade of Starke Mr. and In honorof Mrs. G
their visitors,
Ib Minstrel" to be held Friday, 'Feb. cheese sandwiches and Pepsi Cola flowers in tones of yellow that Del- GOOD! .
Lewla of Wilmington
27 at 7:30: p. m. In the Hampton were served, with cherry suckersas Mrs. Turney so artistically arranged Lloyd The Uq1
1. "IF I WERE A NEGRO School. Admission Is' 20c and favora. Forty boys and girls and placed in the rooms aware.J. Letter Word 'nut
35c. were present at this delightful af used for her party. At the end O. Caldwell and Misses MaryJo scribes Every
: In all the tumult and the shouting over "civil rights"issues of the games a salad course was and Peggy Caldwell spent Sat- Tatl

,,! nothing has been said on either side that even approaches NEW ARRIVAL fair.Mr.. and Mrs. Ira J. Rushe and served to the two tables of play urday with Mrs. J. B. Caldwell I bit Sold by The

in quiet wisdom and common sense the advice Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Hardy children of Quaker Hill Conn., ers Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde won a In Ocala. BAKERY .

given by Channing Pollock writing in the-"Negro Digest". announce the arrival of a daughter arrived last week and have movedto marmalade jar for high bridge Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Etrlngfel-

long before the present white-hot controversy arose.. Dianne, on Saturday Feb. their home just south of Hampton. score and Mrs. J. C. Wallace wona low and Miss Melba Stringfollowwere DONUTS

The solution offered by Mr. Pollock would! be as effective 21. at the Alachua County Hospital bud vase for second high score. guests Mr. and Mrs. ,PIES f

racial problem as the Golden Rule would Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meeker The bingo award a refrigeratordish George Manaasa In Jacksonville COOKIES
bo in healing all any the other wounds of the world. But it is CHURCH NEWS & SOCIALS and friends of Norwood Ohio, went to Mrs. M. E. Griner. from Saturday until Monday.

doubtful if we Americans will listen to him. We insist on The Christian Churches of were luncheon guests on Wednes- ROBINSONLAMBRandall Miss Louise Byera of Starkewas Birthday 4 1Cedd

the hard way. Bradford County will convene at day last of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Robinson son of Mr.. the overnight guest of Mr. Cakes Our 9gdJp
a doing things under the caption "IfI Hampton on Sunday, February 29, Maj They wera en route to and Mrs. B. R. Robinson of Pen- and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and fam-
' This is what Mr. Pollock wrote, to bold their Fifth Sunday Con their northern' home after a' visit sacola and Florida State Farm ily Thursday. LAPPSBAKERY

Were A Negro :' vention. Rev. Steele of the Na- In Miami. was married Saturday, February Mrs. J. O. Godwin and Mrs. L.

"If I were a Negro, I should feel a pride of race and of tional Benevolence Association Mrs. Ophelia Shaw of Mobile, 21 to Elizabeth Long Lamb of F. Chapman were In Gainesville

self-respect that would prevent my going ,where I was not will deliver the morning address. Ala., arrived last week for an extended Lake City. The double ring cere- during the week; being among

wanted, or seeking a superficial equality not admitted. Asa A basket dinner will be served at I visit with her niece, Mrs. mony was performed In the First those prevent at ,a bridge lunch PHONE 18

Negro I should find happiness in my own world among my noon. I Ola M. Perkins. Baptist Church with Rev. JamesT. eon given by Mrs. C. G. Mlxrtm

own people."I Charles> E. Cremmels: businessman Waldon B. Wadsworth of the Mashburn officiating. The .!!oo-- -...... .. -.-. -- ---
of New York City, gave' an Merchant Marines has been visit bridegroom Is also a resident of
should endeavor always la<< be so considerate of ing his parents Mr. and Mrs. G of I '
address at the Lake
interesting Baptist City being an employee
and self-respecting that, observing me, the per- P. Wadsworth. him
so honorable Accompanlng
Church last Sunday evening. Mrs. the State Road Patrol depart-
secutors of my race if only a lifltle ashamed of themselves, Ellen wife of Rev. Ellen, Baptist on a recent visit was his friend, ment. Following the weddingMrs. ,? ;,k
ever so little, and so slowly would be Inclined to think betterof Pastor of Sydney, New York ren- Chief Engineer Ralph Sain Amant B. R. Robinson and their xynkh" Hear

us, and to behave toward us more reasonably. Resent- dered a beautiful solo, of Tamna. daughter, Barbara Nan, who have

ment gets you nowhere. Insistence upon social equality gets ed by Mrs. Jones.;. accompanl-I Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Pope not yet moved to the Farm, came M ... ,
nowhere. The bad behaviour of every Individual is an rently staying at and family returned to their home over and spent the remainder of
you chance. Educate here Friday after living for the. the weekend with Mr. Robinson. ; 1 Edwin G.
injury to the race. Education is i your only Palms Keystone Heights. past year In Gadsden, Ala. I (Ed)
and educate those who treat despitefully. 'John E. Wilkins, Moody Bible
yourselves you
Mrs. Ida Maxwell returned to Friends regret that R. W. Bran-
It is unfortunate that an issue that touches so deeplythe Institute Representative recently her home recently after a visit nen has been a patient in Glen-'
lives of the people of two great races must be kicked presented the film "God of Creation" with relatives in Clyo and Savannah dale Hospital Palatka since Sun-' FraseCANDIDATE
at the Baptist Church, dur-
about, like a football; for. pure political expediency. Thereare ing Prayer Meeting Services. Ga. day. Early improvement in his I Y
some things that can never be brought to pass by legislation Rev. James D. Lyle, Pastor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lorenzo, of condition is hoped for. it

and the leaders of all political parties know it. We Mt. Rachel Baptist Church, Dal- Tampa have been recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns are FOE
have their of the J. G. Lamoreauxs. I again living at the Farm, having
submit that politicians of the Republican Party ton, Ga., was a recent guest of
fingers crossed jusit as much as those of the Democratic Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Home. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mead I moved during the week from STATEComptrollei

Party when .they advocate complete social, political, and industrial Lyle is a former pastor .of the and young daughter, Margaretand I Starke into the home formerly occupied -
Mrs. Elmer Goodrich, all of
i by Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
have been equalin Church here. .
I all They never Baptist
equality'for races.
p Oak Hill, were Sunday guests of
'81nc. the beginning of'time, and no manmadelaw Mrs. K. B. Watterson entertained A
practice e the' Women'" Missionary Mrs. Woodrow Hicks. i' Jimmie Godwin and Mr. and ,*.
can 'make them equal now. Society 12, Miss Betty Horne of FSU Mrs. Garland Godwin of Gainesville -
Thursday February
Indeed, all members of the white race do not have com- I In her new bungalow home., A Tallahassee, spent the weekendat were visitors of Mr. and

plete social, political, and industrial equality, except in delicious salad course, with cake her home here. Mrs. J. O. Godwin last week-end.
theory. Few there are who have not been turned away, at one and coffee, was served ,at themeeting's Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Jimmie Chaateen of Atlanta. SPEAK IN STARKE
but Mrs. T. E. Simmons, Owen Sim- Georgia spent the past weekend
time or another, from some door, they sought to open conclusion. ,
which was closed to them because they lacked the necessary. Mra. Lynn Hall was hostess to mons and Mr. and Mrs. H. Wag- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
staff visited Silver last .
Springs .
k degree of wealth, fame, or social position. the Ladles Council of the Chris Sunday.T. Mr.R. Chasteen. SATURDAY FEB. 28,3 pain
and Mrs. G. L. Cox andBACKACHE
tian Church laIC", aft- ,
What of the countless white boys and girls who have Wednesday C. Chastain returned to his _

gone to colleges and universities and had their hearts brokenby leader ernoon.and Mrs.her'topic I iLtnnie was Seley"Hosea was home Saturday after several .. Corner of Call &: Walnut Sts.

not being admitted to a certain fraternity or other organization Exalts True Love". Following the weeks as a patient Shadycrest
Hospital Starke. ;Friends are pie enter help tor sasses.,
that to them seemed the most important thingin devotional ....... .e-farting .
and business period ,. ....
glad to hear of his continued Im- ...... .. *Op lOP.* He Will Speak in Lake Butler at 1
the world at the 'time Mrs. Hall assisted by her -..InttMla piiK *t...Fein. p.
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provement. Mr Ma r. sad aa.na said.,, ...
How much happier'people of all races would be if they ters,':Margaret and Lucile Mr. and Mrs. *.___sad nnn.ij ....m..4>
Hooten and
would heed the simple advice of Channing Pollock: "I should fruit punch with daugh.1 twin daughters,Alwyn Betty and Ann. .a.......tranblMb ry ,kMk-.rwrutMC......wptaM.A* (Paid Pol. 'Adv..)

feel a,pride of race and of self-respect that would preventmy A beautiful Valentine of Gainesville were visiting rela- 7w! wtl.aI.eCyy.ha totter..

going where I was not wanted, or seeking a superficial accentuated at the Sunday School tives here Sunday.Mr. .
equality not admitted.:. party given for the IntermediateClass and Mrs.! Claude May at-
.1% and friends In the
We belie %: ').tpeopW of,'alt.races-shdBldr.liva: : equal horn of,their v helrv! ',teacher Mrs. M. tended the Salvation Army Rallyin

i opportunities to educate themselves,' equal rights to' vote, L. Watt rson on Friday night Jacksonville Monday.
: Friends of Bruce S. Maxwellof
and are entitled to comfortable, healthful surroundings in February 13. Parlor games were the Army Airborne Service

i which to live. Many of these advantages, however,, ,any enjoyed and refreshments were will be Interested to know he is Sf BOUGHT A COKE

l'' race can make for itself if it has the ambition and the Initiative served room buffet About style 23 young'guesUi In the dining now located In Japan, after leav-

to do so. ing the United States last December -
attended.- ,
The Intermediate Class ,off the

t an out-door social on the There will be a working at Sapp
Several of the State's larger daily newspapers are beginning church grounds'' Monday night of Cemetery near Raiford on Tuesday 1886-STILL DOES
to insist that the next Legislature revise the con-
last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. March 2. Please bring toolsto
fusing law that now governs the qualifying of candidatesin Prevatt aid Mrs. J. O. Adkins work. with., ...
the Democratic primaries. At present there are two served as chaperonea. Cold -Mra. J. C. Jones.

deadlines. One group of candidates must Qualify by FebI''l -I I .
ruary 1, while another group is given until March 20. - - - - ---1

As far as we can see there has never been any validor STOP LOOK
logical reason for the two qualifying dates and the resulting ..

confusion far outweighs any arguments that might .t

", ;i be advanced in favor of this system. It is said that the Grand SALE 4

"I, earlier February 1 deadline was established at the requestof Opening --- Special ,

I'' Justices of the State Supreme Court who held that it was

h.1', ,. detrimental to their work'to be concerned about opposing *'y. tS'
A. C. C. Food Store
candidates longer than was absolutely necessary. They '
were given this advantage and certain other candidates, including Ay, a ( k T Y

I the legislators themselves, were included. ..
: The public will generally agree that February 1 is too -- STARKE FLA. "

I early to close out candidates for any office', while March 20 ,
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i; is possibly a little long to drag out the suspense for uneasy : > .z.

'i J'" incumbents. Perhaps, as editor Ed Lambright of the Tampa 1x" : :

Tribune suggests, a compromise deadline of around March 2 Ibs. SUGARFREE .r
I ,.# 1 would be about right. But in any event, the same date .
should apply to candidates for all offices. If it's fair for ? }

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ML ?.?." .itv 27. 1948 BRADFORD Fh.- ----- _
support during the campaign"" Bradford County Florida. If FOR COUNTY I tI
your vote at the Primary : elected I promise to give faith COMMISSIONER1NSTRICT to the will of the Democratic vot MOIL TAX ASSESSOR future as In the 12
[political May 4, U.... ful, energetic and conscientiousservice NO. OMB ers The In the Primaries In MAY I take thin method of announcing"" I earnestly, solicit past your vote years end I
I am native of the I hereby vote and active support of
a to this Important office. announce my rnmlidnry for re-election support unit
the to the office of assure you that It
Florida and have lived In I will at all times be ready to for the office of County Controls totem In the district are earn. Assessor of Taxes, will be slni.-ere.iy appreciated. I
iouncements County for several yeare. I confer and advise with my constituents sloner of District No. One t.awtey) estly. solicited and I promise' If that if re-elected 1 promising will continue you -R J. (Homey) Andrews.FOI ,
observed the duties of the and In my duties as Commissioner subject to the will of the votersof elected to continue to discharge li> discharge ttte duties of said of.
L,0 FOR PERIOD and if given the honor of to carry out their will this district In the May Prl. and the duties of the office! In a fair five In an efficient, fair and Impartial COUNTY JIIM1M
I will perform the duties to and work for the beat interest of mary. If elected I shall give my impartial manner, as I have manner It .
FIRST PRIMARY beet of my ability our district and county. Your support best efforts to the discharge of my endeavored to do In the imstM. Your vote and assistance. In the nounce Is to with1..ur.the that I an
LE IN ADVANCE -D. H. (Smltty) will be deeply appreciated. duties and for the benefit of this District -I I O. HAlUtELU ivnilnic election la earnestly .lollct Hradford County,good Florida people, my can ot
-.I. 11. MondeFOR U-il.t
didacy for
FOR STATE SENATOR County Having ndej."u! ; .two term as I I wish to FUR 'flllKKIKF W. Hayes. County .1 II d 1Am'e..I..ctlon grateful as to your the
In Announce
thin Coun my candidacy
I hereby
announce my
COUNTY COMMISSIONER people of this 'ounty fur their
for the office of State Senator ty I feel I am well qualified to for Sheriff of Bradford County subJect FOR <'Ot'TYItlslrlrt COMMISSIONER:
support In the and
JUIEKIFFEt past have trl.,1to
ton I hereby announce my candidacy give the service the people d...lreand to the Democratic primaries
the 16th Senatorial District, No. 1 County: for In unto you that I nppreoJale -
.rs of Bradford prlslns Bradford and Union County Commissioner of Dlatrict to which they are entitled. May If elected, r will discharge .
Ito Three (South Starke). Your Your vote and the duties. of the office I hereby announce my candidacy vour trust In me. If you reelect
announce Sheriffdof tie,. and. If elected. 1 active support to the best for the the
office of County Commissioner iii" same (consideration
office of vote and support will be ..r.atIFapprecl.te4. : will be highly appreciatedp. of my ability and I earnestly solicit
faithfully perform the for District One Cl.. ) for your Interest will be exhibited
subject to th.prlmarle. the vote and twtey
tounty In May. If this office to the beat of my -Ira Wilson J. Phillips. voters of Bradford support of .all the subject to the Democratic Primaries as In'the. past) your support and
I Your vote and support Oounty.NELSON In May, If elected I promlse vote In the coming election' will
place -
high T. GREEN
L do my bestrtoeopN Kreatlly appreciated. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, faithful conscientious and be greatly appreciated.Gratefully .
Reepe trulir your. Impartial.. .
a District FOR servicen the dischargeof yours
of honestcounty O. FRED Three wish to announce that I SHERIFFI ;
E am a my duties. K. K. ferryman,
., I hereby announce my candidacy candidate for reelection I hereby announce Your
of as your vote and active support County Judge
Krless administration for the office of County Commissioner County School Superintendent. I the office of riffcandidacy will be greatly appreciated.T. .
I earnestly solicit ,yourupport. FOR TATB SENATOR of District No. Three, comprising am very grateful to the people of ford County subject to the will of C. Thee) KJwards.
Ihereby.announce my ; the South Starke Precinct, Bradford County for the privilege the Democratic voters In the primary -
P. D. (Pets) Reddish.IrEBIVTRNDKNT for State Senator from the subject to the will of the voters of serving them during my first elections. of May, 1848. If FOR" COUNTY COMMISHIONERDistrict INS cincrrr COVRT.COI'JTYt tlR..n..ORD
Senatorial DUtrlct. 'I have In the Primaries In May. If eleet.ed term In office. elected to this position of high responsibility N., I Lawtey) FLORIDA IN CIIAN-
OF I felt and worked for the aid I shall continue to give my very You can be proud of your school and trust, I will discharge In CKRY. -' .--- -
lC INSTRUCTIONs! and needy people. I belleVe In bent efforts to the discharge of my system-It Is the result of combined the duties of this office In County announcing my candidacy for June Seymour Wlnetser, Plaintiff
a. a candidate ful spending and low tales. datles. It has been my ple..ureat.e efforts of all. ,a fair and Impartial manner. Your Commissioner, District One, vs. George .
Lawtey, I Ue
ntundent of Public In- It elected I promise full, I to In title capacity for kht: I respectfully solicit your vote vote and active support will be eligible to register wish to and urge vote.everyone Choose fendant.; Cane No. J3S.Wineleerl
Bradford County. Flor- aclentloua service to the seven years and I feet and support during the coming greatly appreciated.T. .
May 1948 prlmaH I I my ..Ability. I ,earnestly can continue to give my election, and If reelected. to this C. (Clayton) Crawford.. your( ,man carefully. After he takesoffice ORDER OB" Ft'PLIC'ATION'
Pt.PII'' : support him to make a < underihool service desire
d for the office your vote and they and position I will continue to serve .
law and pledge ;the tke'Democratic Primary of ,lIa they are entitled. you with fidelity and fairness FOR TAX COLLECTORTo go to him and If make he. him fall short, STATE] OP FLORIDA to: Uemgeuellewyn
get on .
Lcted to cllschara-e ,1118 Tour vote and support will be Arthur McRae.FOR the Wlneteer. whose resilience
Job. In this
the people of Bradford County: manner we can Is
Sincerely your appreciated. : 141 ITth Street, Hun Diego,
his Interestsslofftheychllradford I hereby announce 'candidacy. help ourselves to better roads, California
0' Clarence A. -J. I* Wynn. Ht'PKRVIIOR ,
r County ever in OF REGISTRATION! for the office of Tits Collector of drainage: te.J.c'l thy You are required to appear on
If will do best
myself' to .if Bradford County In the May 4th tocooperate March IS 194, In the above nameitCourt
pledge I hereby
iirther announce
FOR SHERIFF FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT my candidacy fairly with Interested
I everyone
duties of Primary Election: I feel that my and wherein plaintiff
to the for Supervisor of .
time I hereby announce for the I am a candidate for reelectionto Registration for of In the progress of our seeks CAU"i
l ready at all i Bradford many years experience as Deputy and
and >e County and ask
of Bradford County the office of Clerk of Circuit your vote Clerk ::Iideuntodf..r
with the people of Sheriff and If elected I and In other clerical position "ounty.:1.. control of minor -
work the welfare ofti ject to the a Court subject to 'the will of the out support. will of responsibility" qualify : P. Hulllvsn.' ford Count;. Telegraph shall publish
the duties of
Iv for Prlmar of said office to them I 'rlI Rt. I, JInx 8l.awtey, Fla.
the county. Your the Democratic make people In the next Democratic Primaries best of my ability. Thanks.our me for this office and this Order In neat four weekly.
Support I will be greatly If elected, 1 ,will you pledge my full efforts to < Lenses.
promise, and make I am Indebted to t1lll people of T. 8 .(Tommle friend the duties of said office 'I11O"h"rK"1 FOR" SHKIIIFFI : Witness mv hand' and official
bestaofficer. ) hereby candidate
Harmon P. Morgan. one of the you this County for their friendship to all. .announce ns a seal at Starke' .Florida this February
for sheriff of ttradford County
ever had. support, and encouragement, and COI NTY C-On'llI.1I10'llER' I will appreciate. your support II, 1918.OFFICIAL. .
subject to the Democratic I'rlma-
P. (guck) If re-elected I will render faithful
-OR 'HEHIFS1cltliens F. I..ervlce In the office and take DISTRICT! NO. a during the campaign and your voteon rlas In May If the people' of thiscounty ( SEAt) A. J. Thomas
of Bradford everyoccasion I hereby announce my candidacy elect me ti> the high officeof As Clerk of said Court
FOR COUNTY: COMMIdd1 i for expressing my. appreciation for County Commissioner of District election day Sheriff I promise you with all Robert. II Duncan, g04 Lynch Rldg.
announce my' candidacy I hereby announce my of your confidence.A. No 5, comprising the Erooker Sincerely I (yours, sincerity of heart It shill. be run Jacksonville, J a.Atty .
lies of Sheriff and assure for the office of County '- J. Thomas. and New River Precincts, subject n. A.Vsek upon time. sitme high level In the for Plf. *- 1-IS 4t S-l
ly appreciation of your stoner for District One ( --- .

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,v z REFINEMENT in every necessary detail in a Service .... ,ju! -

,available locally and widely knoivn 2 Take a basket or one of tho shopping .

for its, modest cost its wholesome l' Enter through the : buggies provided to make it ,
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and tactful sympathy. r"a "turnstile" when select -
courtesy/ always easy to carry the groceries you S Uf/I(. nuw- ,WU'He4.-
you some to Jitney '7

'*' I Jungle to shop. It's H ERE'S a value. demonstration to open your,eyes to the every
plainly marked for you '
to .see. 3' Then go through day advantages of trading at Jitney-Jungle! Six ((6)) popu
DEWITT C. JONES the aisles, and as
I lar Belling grocery items are placed on sale at actual cost-
STARKE PHONE T eta.",, you come to the things
AMBULANCE SERVICE you want, take them in addition to other specials J listed below. HOW TO BUY

Director from the shelf and put TIIESE'SUItPRISES: In order to buy these items at cost, each cus.
in basket or buggy.
tomer must do her own shopping.' come in take a basket. or shop.
Our local funeral home enables us to -
offer conveniences and services not m J ping buggy, and shop the self-service way. Locate the six Surprise '

otherwise available. 4, After you have selected the things you want, bargains by the double size Red Tags. Under each Red Tag you will

take your basket or, buggy to the checking see the regular white price tag and can figure what you have saved
fish the hlghesi type service at the lowest prices ai4 stand near the The person on duty
ANY life )insurance policy In force Issued by ANY will add-up the entrance. you. by serving yourself. If you require someone to wait en you, then

as payment In part or In full on a funeraL you pay the regular price. You make money when you serve yourself.

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If you do not locate an Item you want, ask any employee to show. you where to find It. lie will gladly show you.

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All GUM, 3 for 10c 1 Ib. RITZ Crackers 29c
rlde 01 Albany

ALLOWANCE All SNUFF, 3 for - 2Sc PORK SAUSAGE, lb. 49c 1 Ib. GRAHAM Crackers 26c

Dixie Lily Lg. LIMAS, lb. 58c
ON YOUR OLD Rib & Brisket STEW, lb. 39c

5 Iba.\FLOUR 45c :

BATTERY'ON 93c BEANS 12 oz. pkg. .. 16c
to.lba. FLOUR - Beat White BACON, lb. 42c ,

A NEW ; 25 lbs. FLOUR 1.99' Long Grain RICE, pkg. 37c

GENUINEFORD S of. Romford Chuck ROAST, Premo lb. 45cBAILING

; POWDER 8c '''y e. TISSUE, I large box 19c

,.. GUARANTEEDBATTERY :- APPLE JELLY - 17c Sirloin STEAK, Premo lb. 69c Maiden BROOM, 5-string 92c

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,:"**,: ." 0 .'....., I Pt. MAYONNAISE 24c Maine POTATOES, 5 Ibs. 21c

',. -If" 9c.Bring Us Your Eggs
,. Grapefruit JUICE, No. 2 can 2 Heads LETTUCE 25c

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... Welch's Market
We Have Batteries 3c *
22c 3 lb. CRISCO 1.29
GRAPE JUICE, pint can -
To Hit Fords '

ChevroletaPlymoulhs CANNED CREAM ;- 7c WE CARRY Fltch'eHeinz .

Dandruf Remover ShampooFitch's 25c

BABY FOOD 9c A Complete I Line of f Feeds

Hand CREAM 35c
And Many Other Makesof Lindy Garden PEAS; 2 for 25c -

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-- College Housing., U.3.A.C., Logan, of February, 19f8.

. SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss I ManningDrakeMr. Dr. and Mrs. Herlong OES NoticeBy Utah.You; Are required to appear on As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Bald )Court 1'!
March 29th, 1948, In the above name John .1. Hender.on
Hosts At BarbecueOne Matron, E'q
order of the Worthy ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff tine Fla. 'tli 1
Mrs. Maude Lappe, the OE.S seeks divorce and custody of Atty. for Pit
of' the most colorful and child. Bradford County Telegraphhall I'll I
supper which was planned for publish this Order In next
McKnight BridgeLuncheonAt gracious social events of the year Friday Feb. 27, has been postponed four weekly Issues.

Hostess To Members State FarmIs was the old-fashioned, informal until further notice.A at Witness Starke,my Florida hand,and this official Ztth seal of R.J.

1 Of Latin ClubThe Lovely Event S s'! V Feb.barbecue 19, at held 7 p. m.Thursday, at the lovely night, regular meeting will be held, February(OFFICIAL, 1948.SEAL) A. :J. Thomas., (Rome y)
: Er"kt however, for the purpose of election As Clerk of ald Court. .
: home of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Her
; John J. Henderson, Esq., St. Augustine -
Latin Club of BHS and Exquisite arrangements of red- long, who entertained in celebration of new officers and also Fla. I, ANDREW
TM h' sponsor, Mrs. Blanchard LAW bud Japanese magnolia, gladioli,, of Dr. Herlong's 72nd l Initiation. All members and visitors Atty. fnO'.Flf. I.n 4t 3-19

& ) were entertained with a buffet and camellias made a lovely set are urged to attend.
; birthday anniversary. ,
7 supper at the home of Mice De ting in the home of Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Maude Lappe, W. M. iv rincviT' cornr. BRADFORD
( Setting for this delightful occasion COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN
lores McKnight at 221 Lafayette Godwin at the State Farm lastS CERY. .
S the yard,
was spacious
Street last Saturday night. aturday when Mrs. Godwin and Ola Mae Jacobs' rhavls. Plaintiff,
where Dr.: and'Mrs.. Herlong'I WSCS To Meet vs. Levi Chavls. Defendant. Case
After supper, the couples en i Mr. L. F. Chapman were co- greeted over 200 guests duringthe No. 6360. ,
Joyed dancing at the USO buildIng I hostesses at bridge and luncheon evening. Gay-colored outdoor Methodist WSCS Circles will ORDER OF PUBLICATION

chaperoned by Mrs. Grace In the spacious sun room add electric lights were strung overhead have their regular monthly meet- STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to! Levi

Osborne. Mra. E. McKnight and living room an unusual effect was casting'a soft flood of color ings next Monday, March ,,,1, at 3 Chavls, whoRe residence and address
Mrs. Marvin Hazen, also chaperones last known Is House No.2,
achieved by the use of blossomsin over the festive scene. p. m. Circle ,One will be enter
appeared later in the evening varying shades of pink and Serving as toastmaster was L. tained at the home of Mra.! L. Carolina.You

each table 'was centered with a F. Chapman of Raiford, While D. Vining, with Mrs. J. L. Anderson March 29th are 1948 required, In the to above appear named on

; Members of the club presentwere specimen camellia. A color Rev. W. J. Churchwell asked the as co-hostesa.. Circle Two Court and cause wherein plaintiff

: Martha Horne,' Idell Lan- scheme of yellow and white was evening blessing. Guests then will meet at the church recreational Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford. this County OrderIn
Minnie Lou
drum, Vivian McRae, chosen for the dining room, where In singing the traditional building with Miss Kate next four weekly: issues.Witness .
Alvin and Mra. Vollle F. Man participated
Hazen, Delorea McKnight, mv hand and official seal
the table was covered with an Struth Mrs..W. L. Blair and Miss
to Dr.
of "Happy Birthday" at Starke, Florida, this 19th day
Lewis, Robert Stefanelll. and ning Starke announce the engagement
Italian cutwork cloth and centered Amy Coburn as hostess.SandersStarling.
Other were: of their daughter Edith Herlong.
Haloes guests ,
with a low bowl of narcissi l,
Pete Knight, George Louise, to Carlton Tempting food was served from
Carol Carter, Roy Ray, son
Winkler, Jack Hazen, Pete Douglas pear blossoms, and yellow jasmin. to Mra. I. Drake, also of Starke.' long tables arranged In the yard., SUFFERERSfrom Far SHERHll
Tall yellow tapers were placed at
Barney McRae, Billy Smith, The date of the wedding will be Mrs.' Ruby Johns, Mr. and Mrs. the,.rtw.baC Itch caused
Interesting Intervals on this table.A H. S. Burdette, Billy Noegel, Ben Miss Evelyn M., Starling,,, daughter -
Kenneth Johns. Sammle Kennedy, announced later. I by: Eczema,::"pimples, scalesscabies
further emphasis of the spring Rowland L. M. Gaines all Ellis J. and the
and of Starling
Dodd Mrs. Grace Osborne athlete foot
:Manes factory Bradford
motif wan brought out In the attractive COD
and Mr. Blanchard Law. tallies. Mrs. Stone HostessAt assisted in preparation and servIng late Mrs. Starling of Jackson Itch and other Itch troublesare

the 200 guests. ville, and Horace Sanders, son of praising E. S. Skin Cream,

UDC NoticeThe Glazed pottery bon bon dishes Birthday DinnerThe Included among those from out- O. E. Sanders and the late Mrs. this proven medication positively Born
were presented to Mrs. .\. Z. Ad- of-town were the following And Reared
Sanders of Starke, were unitedIn relieve that cruel burntIng
U. kina and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid for Stone home at 302 Madison friends and relatives: Mr. and In Bradford Count|
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Feb. 17, Itch. A trial proves! Its ;
D. C. will be entertained at the high and second high scores, respectively Street was the scene of a happy Mrs. Frank Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. marriage on Tuesday, merits. Letters of praises and -
; while the three out-of- reunion Feb. 22 Mrs. G. E. in Folkston, Ga.
family Sunday, Charles Herlong,
L. on lie
home of Mrs. Ilaynes gratitude from many users.Don't promises that. It .
Wednesday, March 3, with her state visitors, Mrs. E. L. Mc- when Mrs. Ray Stone entertainedat Adams, Mrs. S. J. Edwards, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders are making let Itching Interfere with 'ed, the office III bet(

daughters, Mrs. A. N. Holidayand Murchy of Duncan: Miss., Mrs. C. a lovely dinner honoring her and Mrs. B. Kilgore, Mr. and Mrs. their home In Starke.NOTICE. your work, your sleep. USEE. upon the same Ugh |i

Mrs. Joe Scanlan as co-host- r. Roberts of Marlon, S. C., and husband. Ray, and sister, Mrs: Phillip Wood and son Bobby, Miss S. Skin Cream sold at In the future a* |In

eases. Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington Thelma Dyal, each of whom celebrated Myrtle Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. C. Canova-WpJlgreen and Koch past 12 years.
Del., each received a box of birthday anniversaries.With L. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Drug Stores.
'Mrs. R. A Green and Mrs. J. R. Heavenly Scent dusting powder. her dessert course the hostess Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin -
Notice IK hereby given that the Manufactured by the E. S.
Kite spent Monday In Gaines Corsages of mathotlana rosea camellias served delightful birthdaycake. Black, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wig undersigned Is engaged In business Laboratories, Inc. Your Vote & Suppoi,
ville. were presented to Mrs. gins and daughter Judith, all of under the fictitious name of Econo- '
Earnestly Solicited! I
BUt Homes Hampton
Co., at the following
J. W. Andrews, winner at bingo, : Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Those present to share this hap ; address: Camp Blandlnir, tsearke. Write for free samples
ESTATE r and Mrs. Junius M. Smith for the py occasion with the hostess and Foy, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fla., and Intends to register the - (Paid Pol. MV.I)
REAL said fictitious name In the officeof ,
lucky card cut. honorees were: Mr. and Mrs. Doc Herlong, all of Leesburg; Mr. and the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof -----1.

List your property for sale Others sharing the hospitality of Warren Mr. and Mrs T.C. Craw Mrs. Clarence Herlong, Mlcanopy; Bradford County: Fla.

with me. I have sold many Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Godwin ford, Mr. and :Mrs. Michael Gil. Mr. and Mrs. H. V.. Knight, Army Sole Owner Wrecking Corporation

pieces of property and have were Mrs. O. H. Thomas, Mrs.'C. hooley Mr. and Mrs. Pete f Dyal, Gainesville; Jim Herlong, Miami; Camp Blandlng, Starke, Fla. FARMERS. .

many prospective buyers. A O. Mlxaon, Mra. C. S. Brooking, Arthur Alvarez, William Andrews, and Mrs. C. A. Edwards, Ft. IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

square deal Is guaranteed. A lrs. Horace Zetrouer, and Mrs. and little Miss Sandra Jean Rowe. White.Dr.. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY -

fair commission Is all that I re Garland Godwin, all of Gainesville, Jr. Woman's 'Club Herlong was rememberedwith Anne Posmer Schwartsenberg, Do You Need Lumber !
quire. As a member of the Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. W. B. many useful gifts on this Plaintiff, vs. Lawrence M. !Sch-:

Realty Board yon may be Sewell, Mr R"Demorest, Mrs. The Junior Woman's Club will memorable occasion, including wnrtienberg 8372 Defendant. Caee No. Let me bring my specially constru

assured that I will represent O. L. Haynes, Mrs. T. T Long, meet Tuesday, March, at 7:30: three beautiful. birthday cakes. ORDER NOTICF OF :PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR patented PORTABLE SAW 1\IIVLtor j

K:' you to the best of my abWt)'.. Mrs. Tom Slade Mrs. Fred Guy, at the home of Mrs. Robert Green. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Law logs and accurate lumber for
N. D. WAINVV'RIGIIT JR. Mrs. L. A. Davis! Mrs. Edward Come to the Bradford County rence M. Schwartsenberg, whose T saw r
Co-hostesses will be Mrs. S. reuldence and address last known Is needs.
Realtort- Phone 154 Burns, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs. Telegraph for your office Sup- Benjamin Franklin Apartments,
Ethel Biggs, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Denmark, and Mrs. John H. G'I plies. Rubber bands pencils, carbon White Plains, N. Y. RATE:

Mrs E. L. Matthews, Mrs. W. B. on. I paper, legal fol'll1ll. eta We March You 29th.are required 1948. In the to above appear named on

Mundy. Mrs. H. C. Bitch, Mrs. H. have a large upply. Court and cause wherein plaintiff $20 Per Thousand Feet

CRAWFORDFOR C. Wail Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng, andMrs. I Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Good Lumber Good Forwtnl

K., G. Duncan, all of Starke, In next tour weekly l IMllue" .

Mrs, Fletcher Burnette of Kings. at Witness Starke,my Florida hand and, this official 24th seal of Alex H. STEVENS Lake !

ley Lake, and Mrs. J. C. Wale February 1948.OFFICIAL Flonkl)
( sEClerk A. J. Thomas,
SHERIFF lace. of'said Court. .PHONE. 463-R
John J. Henderson, Esq. St. Augustine .

TA i Executive I Atty. for, Fla.Plf. 2.27 4t J-19 Timber Cruising! Timber Marking Custom i

Well folks '. Starke has beena are making, 'the-'Louislanawardtrek ; '>I.: .- .
Board Has .MeetingThe boom town and, a camp town with her to see the sightsof iv cinciiT Cof11T. nuADFonn

and now(it looks like we'll have a the Crescent. City this week-. CEll COUNTY Y. FLORIDA* IN "CHAN-

Starke PTA Executive whirl at being a mining town! end Hear that John and Dora Swcatman Jones., Plaintiff vs.

n+ Sti Board met Monday In the USO Nothing like variety to adda Betty (Hayes) Deas are taking No.William 6871.)f. Jones, Defendant. Case

't.. x 9r. building, where plans for the little spice to life, is.there? ; over management of the E. W. ORDER OF* PUBLICATION STARLING'GROCERY

Wednesday! PTA dinner were discussed Well, It's grand news to know Hayes tourist camp south on 200 STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: William

and program arranged. that the duPont project at Camp and they're Instigating a number M. Jones., whose residence and
Mr., Ruby Johns resignation as Blanding Is really going to jell of attractive improvements address last known Is 136 Quonset,

Chairman of recreation was accepted and I, for one, am looking for. News leaks out that George Kenls
and Mrs. Grace Osborne ward to this new* phase we're'a- made the grade (one of a groupof &

z rl bout to enter .' Never a dull 50 out of several hundred) and SHOP
appointed to fill the vacancy.
moment That's Call Street! will play with Palatka (Yankee, (In former Zeke Dryden WEEKEND
Mrs. Osborn asked full coopcraloit SPECIALS FEBRUARY 27-J
breeding ground) this summer Garage)
\ from the membership, and -, He leaves to start trainingsoon
stated( that on :March 1 she will Peeped In at 'the Tourist Club Lawn Furniture LOCATION: CORNER CALL & CIIERRY STS.

announce her plans concerning goings-on Tuesday night and I'm Plywood Bedsteads

here to proclaim that when bigger There will be a brief pause Dressers
activities for the remainder -
s and better parties are staged. while I hasten to extend heartiest Night Stands
of,, the ,year. Mrs. Os- Bess Burns and Ruby Johns will congratulations to Buddy Hook CasesIf 'Specials Galore

born's new chairmanship gives stage 'em Couldn't figure out Wilt who has been elected presi-

her responsibility for planning who seemed to be having the best dent of the Senior Class at P, K. It's built out of wood _

the young people's Friday night time the'tourists or the home Yonge school Quite an honor I BUILD ITI!

dances in the USO building.ELECT folks Interesting new faces for our fellow Callstreeter! .
T. C. CRAWFORD were Mr. and Mrs. Starke (quite Also! Interested' to hear that at 5 lb.F y SUGAR 39
To the people of Bradford appropriate name) folks from the recent district seminar of ::

County Virginia now stopping at the WSCS of the Methodist Church in .pR.a?+ JII --";

Since making my announcement Magnolia Also Mr. Knight, Leesburg our town was signally pAaRSTARKE .'

for Sheriff some time new employe of Hercules, escortIng honored when it was announcedthat

ago. I |have been very pleased Klrna: Lee Hickey and seem- the Starke corresponding Oz. RAISINS 9White 9

with the favorable renpon: ing to enjoy every minute of it secretary had sent In the best Sun. Mon Feb. 29, Mar. 1 Seedless

and encouragement that I have Father O'Dowd carried oft nine reports each quarter during THE BACHELORAND

...i met from citizen in all parts I histrionic honors of the evening the year The eight member
I'!" of the county. : I by playing the heroine Margaret from Starke were asked.to stand THE

I feel that I am qualified :+ O'Brien, in a side-splitting impromptu and receive "a' big hand" Best BACON lb. 3

for the duties of thin high and w playlet Better come Talk about potent nightmares! BOBBYSOXERCary

responsible office and pledge Y out next Tuesday night and :joinin Hear Lucite Green dreamed her Grant. Myrna Loy, ,
the fun house fire the other night,
niysrlf to you If elected to flls- was on Shirley Temple, Rudy Vallee
Jumped out of bed In her sleep, ......,
charge my duties an sheriff -------- -. -. .. White
without fear and without fi >'or. Spotted an' Jotted<< : Lyle Anderson fell and bruised her arm! Tues. ONLY March :9 SYRUP 19

I will devote my full time to L. M. Gaines and J. E. Den It was after the Herlong barbe KAROMSM

this office and be at all times mark fishin hard (so they say) cue, but Lucile vows she didn't PALMY DAYSEddie

ready to work with the peopleof Saturday afternoon, but windingup eat too much; .
this County fon the best Interest by buying fish for a fry-event Cantor, Ceo. Raft PureBLACK

of every citizen In the In Ruby Johns' outdoor living The Glen Searings (lax) were Alto Charlotte"The Gtrenwood PEPPER 7<

County. I shall at all time room Edith and Leslie Biggs either trying to fool themselves, Hop Cate"And

welcome the and takin' off for a "night out" at or It's a sure sign of spring for .. World News. .
help cooperstlon .. __ L-. ..-,. .
of all the people In the the Peacock Club In Jacksonville they were down last weekend Wed. Thurs. Mar 3 4.

County and shall be ready and Virginia an' Junius Smith playing host to a* group of friendsat DOUBLE FEATURE

willing to perform my full sportln' around in their shiny new a luscious spaghetti supper at Half Gal.
duties. Chevrolet (wonder what it takesto their home on Kingsley Lake Nite In Paradise DELTA .
get at the head of somebody' Maude Lappe (Mrs. Harry) mustbe
I have operated" my farm In -
this county practically all my list?) Lou Beyers leavingfor a happy Worthy Matron (Eastern Merle Oberon, Tuna Bey

Leeaburg to see her mother, Star) Understand she
life and In addition to this have
bad several years unusually who underwent a very serious operation bad the pleasure of taking daughter Hawaii CallsNeb {We NOW Have COLORED MARGA

business J. Re KELLY last week Fran an' Dot Anderson. Into the organization
good training and experience Sparks Bobby Breen
I Roy Ward getting settled in the last Friday, and hus
with the Ford Motor
Raymond Paige & Orch.
Company In Duval County. AS YOUR Thomas house on Washington St., band. Harry was inducted Wed Also News Old Fashioned
formerly occupied by Guy an' nesday night '. Quite an ac SARDINES 11(
As a father, I am deeply Interested w __ ...._ ,.
tl Betsy Andrew The latter complishment'' one week. I'd Fri. Sat. Mar. 8-6 Flat Oil
In the welfaue of all
Tax Collector are now occupying their new uy Note that Maude Halle DOUBLE FEATURE "
children ajid shall cooperate<<" for
home in Pinehurst subdivision Jack his
keeps son, busy on
their protection and security.I <' .
Incidentally Roy la finding It weekends at home working around The .Cat Creeps
Mill appoint good men onlyas
hard to adjust to the trains and their place on Temple Ave. 10
deputies and will hold the PEAS
expenses of this office down to other noises of city life after looks as if It'll be quite attractive Paul Kelly, Noah Berry, Jr. Good Can

the minimum and save the taxpayer dwelling among the whtpoorwills when they finish If I !

V' of the county every bit 1. lie is Capable at Kingsley for so long hold out, says Jack .- Yukon Flight

possible. I will not have any -
', j, excesa expense connected with 2. He is Experienced Nurse Mary Jo Caldwell' returns W -U. seems as If that Winds up ALSO We Have
to the grind in New Orleans' the little black Dressed& DrawnldENSi'1ERME
this office. I, with my deputies 3. lie is book for this time Mickey' Delayed Date"
r i will perform the duties of thisoffice Worthy"I Charity Hospital today So long: See you In thenext.Carolyn. Cnapt 9Lost City of the
I after. '.ix weeka ot : !
.eNoyln. Horida .
'i without'cost' to the.taxpayers. .. He to trained. ,> "......Ie": .. j jALVAREZ' .
; I In>County Mat.ters -.unnttln; .(S) with':mom{Ean'dad ? r"
of ,.
Finance and Govern-I J. G."at'he "Farm -
Your rote and support will Sta .
?4 meat and he will appreciate I' Just to uphold the Florida tradition -- --

I be .
,. your vete and support. Mary[ Jo wen ".swimmin' in xF. Clothing
f T. O. (Caya) Crawl aid.r (Paid PoL Adv.) il :STORE eil: ]p We
(Paid PoL Aflv.) Brooklyn Lake 8uacUy'. .'. Brrrt > '>9 '. a .; ,Appreciate Your Patronage Very.JldPAGE J

i Sixers"LIU. lUe" .and -June-- --, I _

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LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Thomas Rep. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Mrs. Wilma Dockatater and son Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. With- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling I'I'
of formerly of Starke were guestsof Jr.. have had as a guest this week
Billy of Elmira of visited last
N. Y., recently erspoon Aplachicola spent Thursday through Sat'f'f i
relatives and friends last week their; distinguished kinsman, Gen. .
arrived in Stark Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell urday In Winter Haven, where j
zSS end. They now reside In Winter Jonathan M. Wainwright hero of where they are Tuesday of this week. they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. !
Mrs. E. L. S. Hutto celebrated his 67th Haven. spending the winter months visitIng
and Corregldor and now living in -
Lewis retirement -
P. "STAU KUAND" WorkShoes P. Best While there, they attended .
I of Brooker din- birthday anniversary Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had on his ranch at San An- with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Law. the Orange Featlval. .
Sunday at the home his home, ;where a family reunion as guests Sunday and Monday tonio, Texas. Gen. Wainwright lion and other' relatives. Sunday, for men at STUMP'S.Mra. .
held. the T. Frank Landrum and Oil cloth at STUMP'S.Peter .
was Enjoying day
-rle Ingram. Mrs. P. E. Stone, Miss Mayme Anderson had come to Florida to appear on Mrs. Lawson and her guests enjoyed -
ills was a weekend with Mr and' Mrs. Hutto were and Mra. G. I* Thomas the: annual edition of the Rollins a sightseeing trip to Miami. daughters spent lost weekend In Romine and Gene Scholl-

13 father, H. K. Mills, Miss Garnlta Hutto, O. P. Hutto, all of Archer. College Animated Magazine at Key West and other points of Interest Jacksonville where they were man of St. Ann III., were guests

istlne.iO Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and Capt. and Mrs. M. C. Ford of Winter Park last Sunday. In South Florida, returning: guests of Mrs. Landrum's parents of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church-

Dupuls of Alachua, family of Jacksonville, Miss Sumpter,. S. C.. were weekend Mrs L. A. Johns and little Wednesday night. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rogers. well last week.

I Jones. Earl Summers Sharon Hall, Mrs. Carolyn Kinney guests of Mrs. Ford's mother, I daughter, Martelle have returned -....

vise Flemnung, 'all of and son Wayne and Mr. and Mrs W.' D. Faxon. :to the states after spending several

were guests Sun-, Mrs. M. C. Wens.Spring months with Mr. Johns, whois
nun of Mrs. W. B. Alex- and'Summer Ladies 'MI''. and Mrs. Fred Francis, Jr., stationed In Honolulu. At
on of Ft. Myers were in Starke last Shop at DenmarkaAnd
Miss Wilma Alexander. Dresses arriving daily at 'present they are at the home of
it Cook. and STUMP'S.Mr. weekend attending: the funeral of VIrs.\ Johns'
Mrs. D. S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. SAVE
Igh Springs were busl-i and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr., Mrs.. Francis' father, B. C. Priest. Maxie Carter. BuBUYING
in Jacksonville Mrs.> Francis is remaining for a
last spent Sunday
one day FOR LESS-
rs here I Quantities
of Spring and -
where they visited friends. two-weeks' visit with her mother.Mr. .
Summer fabrics at STUMP'S.
and Mrs. Ulman Jones and
... Friends of Mrs. Ann Parker,
son Allen of Taylor were guests who has made her home in Starke
Branch of Friday night and Saturday of for
ery some time with the L. F.
Mrs. W. B. Alexander and :Miss
Smith family, will regret to learn
INSURANCE Wilma Alexander. that she is being forced for reasons -

Little Freddie Thomson of Mon of her health to leave here.

Icello arrived Sunday at the home She will have an apartment with ,
4 '
sip or his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. friends in Penaacola for a while WALNUT '

F. F. Stump with whom he will and will eventually return to her CHEST of DRAWERS

c. WALL/AGENCY enjoy a visit of several weeks. hometown, Port Gibson, Miss FINISH .

G. M. Bennett returned to 'Simplicity patterns in stockat ,

PLEASE PHONE 146 Starke Sunday after spending STUMP S. Smooth Clear Finish
two weeks in Jasper where he Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and $26 95 F

Constant Service Over 50 Years was a guest of his daughter, Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Prescott, all Beautifully Designed ft

Mack Henderson. of Jacksonville, were guests last Plenty of Space for Clothing GET ONE NOW! 1w ;,$* .
Charles J. Harris of Washington weekend of Mrs Mae Edwardsand

D. C.. was a guest Sunday Mrs. Fay Gill. ., tx
through Thursday of his brothers- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfleld >

L E at Ronnie- Donnie Store In-law and sisters Mr. and Mrs.R. of Gainesville were guests Thurs- LARGE and ,
A. Green, and Mr. and .Mrs. day night of last week at the
G. J. McGriff. He is associatedwith home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
.:. Can Street Starke?Fla
Federal Housing in Wash- Wilkinson.

Ington. Miss Betty Celon of Gainesville -

Were Now Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas and visited Mrs. Edmonj Tenly

daughters Alma Claire and Eloise, Sunday afternoon.
DUNGAREES _, 2.98 1.98 were guests Sunday of Mrs. Men's white dress shirts

Thomas' mother, Mrs. F. P. Hines $2.98 at STUMP'S.Mrs. Ready"p
ATERS 2.98 1.98S
in Branford. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington

Mr. and Mra J. D. Doyle had Del., arrived last Friday at
-.gs .79
as guests last weekend his broth the home of her brotherinlawand Get one now

ATERS 1.39 .98 er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.C. slater Mr.' and Mrs. T. T. your clothing
A. Geiger of Green Cove Long, left Tuesday for Baconton. mer. We

SREETS 1.89 '1.59 Springs. Ga., where she visited her mother, now.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Douville Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Mrs. Lewis "lie

and son of Minneapolis, Minn. arrived '- returned to Starke yesterjay.:
SAVE MONEY: CHILDREN'S.: ,CLOTHES recently at the home of Mrs. Jack Halle of Jacksonville spent

Douvllle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. last weekend at the home of his -
nu IT'S A
R. H. Grlder. for a visit of several parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.

days. They plan to leave Haile.

next. week for Miami. Mr. and Mrs.. J. A McKeeverand Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly son Tom of Mountain View, .

: LASSIFIED had as guests over the weekend N. J., were guests Tuesday of
Mrs. Tenly's brother and sister Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. They 151 STARKE.; FLA.

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wale were enroute home after vacation .

tern U': nn and_ daughter Clair nf__ n"_.__... ing In Daytona Beach. Mrs Mc- -
UR CAR w. ha.e an.,., NEW REMINOTONPORTABLE: - - - - - -
typewriters Bradford County I vine Ga. Keever and Mrs. CoUon are cousIns ,
CO auto radlol -- - - - -
atlon. As low a. $".BO. Telegraph. tf I Mrs. Guy Andrews is visiting - ,

FHERD at Madison RADIO streets SERVICE, Starke; FRAMES MADE! to order I Photographs relatives in Wytheville, Va., before Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamiltonof :

tf Certificates Licenses, etc. returning home she,will transfer Indianapolis, Ind., and Mr and ROBBINS' NEWS-MAKING VALUES '
choose Large from.selection All work of moulding-guaranteed. her son. Drake, from a school at Mrs. John T. Walker of Colllervllle -

root FARM. CITY AND HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT 3inghampton, N. Y. to .one In I Tenn., were weekend guestsof
lESS PROPERTY SHOP. tf Birmingham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.
New Fresh Colorful Spring & SummerDRESSES
WANTED to 5-acre plot of land ,
near City ot.Lawtey: use. asa
city dump. Contact I.. H. III1I,
STROUT aEE.TTEGreatest : .u. City. Clerk at City Hajl,. LawtevFla. 3t 221IArT Aunt Jane

advertiser .( f-o.nI Pure
I try properly. lies _a. over MM GRAFT ;your pecan and
'. of Hofxtm, _F......- persimmon trees. Itoy Kalch
Bayer Irons nil over tbs Hampton Fla. 2-20 2tp DillChips
I Free open lI.t.... .
FOR RENT Attractive, modern GRAPEPreserves
furnished and unfurnished apartments
presented Locally By with all convenience
Close In, desirable neighborhood
I C. IIOIX.INGSWQRTH Kent very reasonable. 201 \V Q
116 So. Walnut St. Madison Starke. tf

FOR SALE West End Grocery and
Service Station. Apply at Went 24 oz. Jar15c lb. Jar
MATTRESSESOP End Grocery, Stai'ke. 2-20 2tp
REXOVATEDt nected minal. Good with Greyhound steady business.bus ter-All 25c Chambrays Ginghams Butcher Linens

equipment In good condition
Large parking lot. Box SSIHtarke Seersuckers Launas Tropical Fabrics
Kla. 2tp 2-2' FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEH. 27 29


( old ThurH.male Feb.1-2 fox 19), 1-8 AM:bullterrier 5-monthll-, 31b. EVERY ONE A TERRIFIC BARGAIN !
wt. about 10 Ib. 15 In. tall white I CRISC 1.29
body, brown ears, brown spotsbetween Can
ears and two on back,i '
REUPHOLSTERED answers to 'Speck". Collar read"
AND REFINISHED "J. B. Alexander. Shell Oil Co.. We're bragging about them! We're shouting about them!
Starke, Flit. Reasonable reward Wilson's Pure
Drop U. A Card for return. Notify J. B Alexander Crystal

STINGS MATTRESS CO.' phones, 84 or 138, Starke. 1.tn-- LARDMe For this is very definitely an out-of-the-ordinary value! Did

pox 230 Palatka, Fla. SUGAR
FOR SALES One Parkaway Ice think you'd fine Sanforzied pre-shrunk cot-
ream freezer one 5% ft. double you
ANCE-I write all lines': duty Hill meat cane, one pal I lb.
automobile.' liability and computing scales. A. A. Wain 5 Ibs. 43c this low? Well Robbins' has them! Buy
See me for your Insurance wrIght. Box 826 Starke. Itp tons at a price ,
8. N. D. Wainwright Jr. 139
I Call St., Phone 154. tfFOR4 FOR' SALE:-1935 Studebaker sedan Wilson's Certified weather wardrobe at Robbins' today!
motor In good condition.. Good Colored 49c your entire warm
new battery In-
SALE rb..erhr.T.t'f. ; f .. Shnn.. Up OLEOMARGARINE Uncolored : 39c0xydol

[NEW: BEDROOM residence WANTED-Family to work strawberries SIZES FOR .EVERYONE
limits of Starke, just com- and live on premises.
I Cheap for half cash. WllllOn..SUced
26U6 bulldlntr with concrete FOR SALE -House and SO acres Amabo
lain north of Blanding- Cenr Edgar l.-urrell, 3 ml. north of BACON, lb. SSc cnVSTWIIITJo1,'-. Plaids Solids 2-Tones
sale at cost Clarke. across railroad from Jce'nDrill. lip DUZ Prints Stripes
TAIVT and Concrete Block *
cheapest price In town. line Super Smoked 2-Piece
) Been waltlrlu' to get a first /
Jen.H TpOOns. ,.half glass, Z.o.8:: electric refrigerator or tabletophot lb. 29c Syrup
water heater? We have them In Suds SAUSAGE, ,
LIME, Cement. Glass Block. stock. for Immediate delivery Call .
.. us today. Your General Electric ISc :
., HoueanPlersPMoetaepyMiz
Windows. : :: Dealer. Lac. Pkl' Creamy Cottal'8 $ 98
Foley" Lumber Cnp.ayaatka '
P truck hauling Fill dirt torE Jaekwmvlll. Main .Street Fla. 37c CHEESE, lb. 21c

LOTS In city limits of .PS... B-4HM5 Blu Bunny
?e. on.hlirh ground. $200 up. at I-II Fresh Meaty FRUIT
own. 129 per mo. Cock
do any type ot building .oa ,FOR AUTO REPAIRS gas. oil eta lb. 20c .
-The-Walk Neck Bones
tlna no to City Limits Service Station COCK-
:w 'j-INCII<< Galvanized Mallory C. Thomas, .owner
TE IUNT U.IiO per Pipe.In I Temple. Ave. Btartee. ttp! Peaches TAIL
yard loads. Fre b_Whole or half
write F.IGI: : RERIIO! CO. i In. to tin. dlam. Rock Bottom HAMS lb. SIc 20c Famous Fabrics .
Edwards Fine 54w.t.lliNG price See Billy Jackson. lip] 2Sc USE OUR

I WE CARRY a complete line of repair LAYAWAYPLAN Including
ACHINR! parts for Pflnrer Shakes5peare. 'Tendrr RoundSTEAK '
nave that new automatic or Bronson.. and Ocean City Market Ga. Belle DAN RIVERROBBIN'S
haveylpn.na.wailing. that Re.l", Also repair rods and lb. 69c
'or priced ... P.ro It Stringlessbuck
1 1129.711 Jt" >el nil rhy Sweet
and up. W. BITS a
i. Jd''n' allowance on yourFula L'osT-- Ladles small yeliow-lI'olll ( Beans
Washer Call u. tnday. wrist watch A bracelet In front PEAS
:11.y..La-bee. ('.pay Church of Ood parsons on St.Claire ROAST Ib 49c
..... Street fit.. Jan. 27. Reward for ,
"11... V,.. finder on return. \V. A. Smith 12c ISc
Ph..e G-4K43 2tp 8 6
at 1-12
FOR SALE--1 10 or Uat rebuilt
"MllCOUC\\ FOR SALE. Good Model A radiatorJames. Peterson Big Crispy LETTUCE head lOci
. ;\ i"ro. Bt.r:St.rk.. U. Charbonneau.ltp Ph. 17 ring 4. atsrke. ttpFhoneEwithwatternisand ,

'T: EYEGLASSES alights
Left In rest ,
"orn .t Courthouse Thursday I 117,60. Two ml. out on Highwaytd FRESH GREEN BIO BAUTLETrCABBAGE .
ornln-:. Finder' Starke-Ralford road).
,. pleas return to, ( Arthur a
-? Warren at Courthouse ltp Dale. PEARS

:-T: Rlfl WHITE I house. .nr. ,
lue DOO with "omena FOR RF.ST-I bedroom
tick dots and Coma bin black. -10th ft Water St. J. D. Ser,
law,brown. If found PDouble due'' mour. liP ...; Sc 5c each
n<1 : 'PI9.return '......"D.O. .
py .
thseharRes > Deltp-I'I'tl'8"11I1 ; '
air a. Boa' .'-A. Drastlcalfy-' 'deduce 'Table and Values
'arke. Fla. The Store 01
trade-ins accepted
ronsole models

a RENT Furnished 1-roem II See,u 1"..before'.'" Lubv'you buy.t'.r U. S. No. iPotatoes 10 Ibs.. 45c| i
o Pared t with P" ,.t. bath. ...Ik.* Mata .**..< ,
; entra.ce. **. Jaek1n VIII. Via.Pm. .
A. Seth
lloa.. 14.ply ..4.... Starke pia.ltp.i .. ...... St -1-11 -

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Tampa wr guests of Mr. and raise money' for th. Lottie Moon 1' last week attending a District
The next< :: meeting will Sunday School at the
Mr Leonard Flower last week- offering.: meeting
Brooker em!. be at the church on Monday Feb.i First Methodist Church. How ASP Gives y0Lower
Mr. and Mr.. Howard Douglas 30. I I Mr. and Mra Vernon Silcox of
By Ifrlm Harry were weekend guests of Mr*. Mr.. Evelyn Thomas, a patientin Starke were Sunday guests 'of
r>/uclaa parent. Mr and Mr Grand Haven Hospital Jacksonville Mrs.. S cox.. parents Mr and
The Brook Junior mICh played, Clarence Strickland of LaCrosse. pent the weekend at. M... G. W. Roberta. Food Prices
home.< Howard Miner of Jacksonville
Stark. In basketball Monday. The The Brooker Junior High baa-
!Qw boys' score was 4 to 18 and the ketb&U teams played Alachua The Brooker Baptist Church invitee was the weekend guest of' his
glrW WM 19 to ft, both in favorof Tuesday. The scores were: hoyi' everyone to be present mother, Mrs. Effle' Miner. During the past" week you have noticed- lower prices on many important food i
Brooker.'k. 22 to 11; girl 14 to 18. both in every Sunday morning. Sunday Miss Eli the Collins is still absent in your A&P .F x d Stores. These prices are a direct reflection of the
Mr*. Clara Smith of Miami lathe favor of A lacll ua. i School 10 a. m. Moraine service' from school because of 111- in the market cost of the food to us, which ,we are able to put Into erred proms'
' q guest of. Mr, and MM. L.. W. Mr. and Mr. Mike Tilghtoan of' 11 a. m. BTU at at 730.7 p.' m. and ne... M.... G. W. Roberta is because of three basic policies of conducting our retail business. ...,l
narry Uila I week. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and evenfng'aervlce teaching tor her.
:HIM Madge Wbfgham home I. FIRST we endeavor to buy our food;
Mr Sam Mott last weekend. Troaster of Pennsylvania
The teen ager of Brooker en- SECOND when the coat of
joyed a party at the horn of Mr. and MM. If. H. Layfleld demonstration agent ,eam. .v% conducted chapel for the school from primary sources of supply such as, '. food 1 to M
Mr. and Mm C. A. Crosby: in ,,I and children of Calaesvfile were and* helped the'ladies of Brooker last Monday. He la an evangelist farmer, meat packer, and grocery man"oea down we do not wait until w* tar
honor of their daughter, Marjorie guest'of Mr. and Mr.. Noon Mott set shrubbery and tree out at and baa been holding meetings ufacturer and move it directly to our exhausted 'supplies oa hand but endeavor
ray on her 15th birthday anniversary Sunday.Mr. the Baptist Church Tuesday aft in Lake: Butler. 'Rev. and stores.and warehouses. This keep down to reflect reductions in our retail
teat Friday night. After and Mr*. C. A. Crosby left ernoqn MM., Brachman anC.Mlsa'Galll-, the cost of distribution to us and the, pric*
enjoying a number of outdoor Tuesday'night for Miami on boMnea. 'Mr*.'J. E.: Hardy' and daughter.Janet ger of Lake Butler accompanied' price to you at an times. promptly.
games, the 40 gu nta were nerved G. C. Barry of Archer aid him to Lawtey. *
a chicken plllau supper The RA'a and OA'a held their I*.. W. Barry were visiting Mr. I Mrs. L. H. Futch entertained THIRD We are food merchants and not food speculators w 41
O W. Barry has returned to his meeting at the home of Mr. and and Mr*. J. R. Crew 'and daughter -I members of the M.T.F. at her not build np great reserves of food at any time. We are in'th. aj.l
horn from Jacksonville He Is I Mr*. I*. W. Barry Monday night. Margie Sue. Sunday. ;home Jut Monday night. This ket day to day buying food to meet. our customers' day to day nap I
much better. They practiced a play to be put Mr*. Lottie Edward, who la now ;was a business meeting. You can always be sure that AatP prices win follow the lltlriIt
Mr. and Mrs Wise Flower of on Wednesday night, March 4, toGO in the Alachua County Hospital la trend and that any further'reduction in the cost of food to Is.: vj. I
getting along fairly well after a 4-H BOYS'MEETCounty promptly result In lower prices In our stores.
serious operation. Agent T. K. McClane
T,;' iU..rt, li: !2i : Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry are met with the Boys' 4-H Club last
ct.r'f You can trust A&P to give you lower price whenever I
visiting Mr. and Mr*. Herman Monday. At this meeting the following and whence
Harrell of LaCrosse Monday. officers were elected for It to possible. You can trust.A&P to give yea the best quality loot i
Miss Marie Edward of Jacksonville the ensuing year: and the moot food for your money. I

,. e was visiting her parent President Bobby McClellan;
Mr. and Mra. A. A. Edwards, laat Vice President Leslie Phillips;
Friday. Secretary Ovid ,Bennett. Iona FLOUR White House Milk, 3 tall cans 39,1,

I Miaa Veletla Hodge pent the Mr McClane discussed! the Self Rising or Plain r .. .I
weekend with her eater :Mlaa. boys projects and gave them their 10 llxf. 25 Ibs. r
Doris Jrodge. In Jacksonville.: record books. After singing club 8 O'clock Coffee, 1 ''Ib. 40c 3 Ibs. 1.15|
70c 1.70
Mr. C. C. Dee of Alachua was songs, the meeting adjourned to .. .. ,
3 visiting Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Mr. convene again In March.Graham.
q and Mr. L. W. Barry Monday -__, Sultana Peanut Butter, 16 oz. glass 29c|
afternoon. . . I F
I "r, ". -00

LCi 4-11 The CLUB boy FORMED organized ,a 4H.Club. Supreme RICE Armour Potted Meat, .3 1-4 oz. 8c|

.4- / -. 9 under the direction r .
Wednesday, Feb. By Mrs John McKinney "

McClane.of The County following Agent officers T. K. t i '. .. 3 lbs. 45c *, Clorox Bleach, half,gal. 27:1:

elected: Mr!!. Hilltard Broughton of I iI ,.. ,
President, Thomaa Hamilton Gainesville was visiting relatives Grape Jam 2 Ib. glass .' .
YOUR OWN CLOSET Vice President Milton Mott; Sec- here Sunday. 39c

retary, Donald Hazen.Lawtey.' Mr. Lizzie Hines is on the sick 3 lb. Can DEXO r ,
Start your spring shopping in your own closet. list this week. We wish her a lb"
Just bring last year's favorite suit and dressto speedy recovery. SHORTENING Nutley I OLEO, 1 ". .- 35c

us for like-new cleaning; that puts them Mr*. Minnie Cain was visitingher .. .. .. .
in the 1948 fashion/ parade. With quality eon and daughter-in-law, Mr... 1.13 Golden .
cleaning we'll restore flower-fresh smartness 1. II. Futch and Mrs. Bill Cain Sunday. Isle Field Peas, 2 16-oz. cans 25
I to lovely suits' and dresses. You add By Mrs. Vida McMillan and son
can an-
'. .
t Lloyd of Jacksonville visit-
other lifetime to old outfit
an by bringing IONA No. 2 1-3 cu I
it to us for cleaning. Dr and Mrs.. Earl Roberta and ing Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Broughton
I a children of Jacksonville Beach Sunday. e, PEACHES 25c
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W Eddie' Welganil.. is confined to & $,))1
PHONE 135 Robert last Sunday.- Shadycrest Hospital. We all Gulf lleAtSweet No. 2 1-2 CM I
ReV, and Mrs. James Lyles of hope he will soon be home again. Potatoes 18t|
OnT, Temple Dalton 5a., were visiting friend Mrs. Roy Starling returned -
In Lawtey last week. Rev. Lylea home Sunday after spending a a
GREEN, 315 la a former pastor of the Baptist few days with, her parents Mr And VEGETABLES Jim Dandy '
Owner Ave. Church here. and Mrs. Everett Green of Starke. 3 GRITS, S'lbs'. 50c[
Rev. C. B..North, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Green is serlouslly 111.
H. C. Kelly Mrs. Mae Well, Mr*. John'MeKinney was In Gainesville Wineaap Apples I 2 Ib'' 23c 16 oz. cu|
George Roberts,:Mrs. ,Paul Dink- Monday on,business. '
STARKE, FLA. ins, L.. n. Futch. and M. C. Harley Mr. and' Mrs.'Forest Reynoldsof .H' Sot:S F pr 1 151(.
I Green Cabbage 4 IBs.)) ,
-' were la Gainesville Thursday of Jacksonville were visiting Mr ;;" 10c- "
I ----1, and Mrs,, ,Frank Abernathy Sun IONA >u. 2 dI I

day. Pascel Celery, lg. stalk .. .. 5c Golden Corn 17c|

wish to extend .sincere White House 14 oz. CM I
our Texas Carrots 2 bun. 19c
t.'f" -
0t and heartfelt thank to each one Condensed ,Milk 21c
I who was so kind to us during our
fit recent bereavement In the deathof Cauliflower, lg. heads 29c Sunshine No. 2 w |
? our beloved wife and mother
.4I t Facts For The Taxpayers We also want to thank each one Orange JUice''' _
for the beautiful floral offerings Grapefruit, 10 Ib. bag 23c
May Cod bless you all. ,- Sim A *,P No. 2w|

Thomas (husbandand children.PILES Red Bliss Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 29c Apple Sauce 15cl

of The City of Starke Canadian Rutabagas, lb. 5c Super

I and Other Oranges 8-lb. bag .
23c y
Rectal Allmenta Quality

"".. At several meetings of the City Council prior to the regular meeting Varicose Veins Armour Corn Beef Hash
," \ held April 1st the members of the Council discussed the advisability of Leg Ulcers lib. Can _______,_____ 29c
'1 : placing a qualifying. fee on candidates seeking office in City Elections, for Succ.li/ully/ TnalJ
\ the purpose of defraying election expenses.At Without SurgeryHapltallgatfon HABO CLEANSER

'i., Can _________________ lie
a regular meeting of the City Council April 1st. 1917 It was or Loss oi Time IN OUR MARKET
agreed to formulate an ordinance: placing a qualifying fee of 5 per cent: of from WorkCotuub Octagon Soap ---------- 9c
the yearly salary of any office sought by a candidate. At thin same meeting 'Hamburger (Fresh Ground) Ib. 33c
;., an ordinance WOM drawn up and pawed according: to the authority RINSO
vested! In the city: council by the City Charter._ This ordinance: was number DR. C. R. McKINNEY Large Box: 36e A-Grade
---------- Breakfast 67c
t 98-A. wAll 1433 Pearl St. '- Pb. 4-8269 Bacon 1 Ib. _- _- *.-_

Jacksonville, Florida IVORY SOAP' -
a "' of the candidates: Reeking! office In the City Election of September Write for FREE DescriptiveBooklet Large Bar ___________ I8c Lamb SHOULDER, .' 37c
k': 9th. 1917 paid the qualifying fee for the office: they sought, without
':' protest.Y .
Spare RIBS 49c
,'; t'i .1e 2 bars __._____________' lie _
After the results of the election were known, none of the unsuccessful

I*s' "' candidate, with but one exception, registered any dissatisfaction or protest Jt.i, Brisket BEEF lb. \ '. 35c
i for having. paid the fee. This exception was Mr. C. A. Futch an unsuccessful 2 bars
..., candidate for the office: of City Clerk. f1 -------------- igc
x Chuck,
ROAST (AA) .. 57
':' The records show that on the 19th. day of August 1947. Mr. Futch DAILY DOG FOOD

f.*,. \i appeared and Inquired as to the amount of the fee for qualifying for candidacy 3 Cans --,_._--------- 25c MULLET (Florida) 23c
".' for the office of City Clerk. He was advised by Mr. Johns. City .
: Clerk, that the amount of the fee waa $156.00. Repaid the clerk the required CRISPO COCONUT
:;r;:-1; amount, for which receipt was l Issued. NO PROTEST. COOKIES ___________-,,20c Headless WHITINGS, .
\ _

1tt Mr Fsitch has ,entered suit through his attorney Mr. Hollis Knight Premium Crax:, lb. ____ 25e OYSTERS (pint) 68c
against the City of Starke. to,obtain a refund of the qualifying fee: be
: paid to enter the race for City.Clerk.In 25 lbs. TALCO
Scratch Feed .
I L43'a _
order to uphold the dignity of the City Council and protect the I AWGE1AJSMarshmallovs
r,'''' .dlJn" of this body In an effort to take care of the interests of the citizens 25 Ibs. TACO Laying Mash ,. 1.43
: and taxpayer, of the city, the members of the council feel that it Is their'

l'( duty to* muM fight*thl:1.'e.f' null.. Thin necessarily means an expense that the taxpayer A ,Policy to 25 lb.. TALCO Growing'Mash' -"TTSS 10;Oz. 19c

i t' 100 lbs. TALCO Scratch Feed "Ts J
This article U not Intended as an apology for the members of the' fit your .49
City Council nor JUt n reflection on the plaintiff In the case who Is with.' 100 Ibs. TALCO Laying Mash Happy Jikla
i In his rights an a taxpayer In bringing suit. This explanation Is submit 'Personal Needs .5.49 No. S Can
i ted for the purpose of seeking the understanding of the citizens of Starke '100 Ibs. 'DAILY :
c ,r and asking them to Hack the men who are unselfishly and conscientiously Charley E. 'JohnsAgency Horse Feed ,. ,. .T 5.15 SYRUP57c
trylnr te the affairs .
3 4 manage of the City. : _
l ,

,, : ,, 'Tone is 'weiilite, :na.; A OODSTORE

p1 I
1 ,(This apace paid for *... the neroberv of the City'Cornell) r _Syrup
i .
1I TIC ft PACIFIC<<:: TEA CO. Red Label 59c:
,..... '"- Blue Label 63cp.&oz :
AAl*rx, ..,........uM TM.tsavws.Hsvwr. .HWU E. CAU ST. 'MAJU E. FLA. '

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& aFEBRUARY ,.." .. .

27, IMS


HEAR Baptist Church"Behold At The TabernacleThe . . .

irch News The Baptist Hour the Hand of God" is Sacred Concert by Kivan Pine LevelBy 1 STARKE'S SHOE REPAIRING t

E the message subject to be broughtby Bjornstad was well attended and
fterian Church the Pastor, Rev. Lewis D. enjoyed by all comprehensivemusic Mrs. II. M. McRao -t I,

Haines at the First Baptist lovers present. Mr. BJorn- ,
,pn Kaufman, Minister Church Sunday morning at 11 itad was persuaded to remain Rev. !
Bennett of Jacksonvillefilled
Worship and Sermon will o'clock. At the evening Happy over for Friday evening when the pulpit at Pine Level PROMPT ijtflffimP A LOWEST :

>ck. The"Is minister Humanitythe Hour the State Young People's Charles E. Gremmela, of New Baptist Church last Sunday with SERVICE SlSSf dm PRICES
subject Ethic?" Secretary of the Woman's Mis- York was the speaker, and con- over 200 }In Sunday School.
Christian sionary Union will bring the message tributed several numbers in con-
would we do with Jesuse titled "Our Youth". 'An outstanding nection with Mr. Oremmels' mes- We are glad to have our pas
to Starke?" Visitors and forceful speaker. tor. Rev. Hall, and his good wife
welcomed. sage.Mr. back with us again. They arrived
-B W Miss Provence has a message for Gremmels. a retired ship- home Monday after We Specialize In "While-U-Wait" WorkWe
School at 9:45.: areo the youth and adult alike. The line spending sev-
owner is a guest at Park-ot-
Increased"at days at John Hos-
\ the
note service will again feature,
the-Palms, Keystone and '
pital In Baltimore.Mrs. .
I Bible Class
The Adult Mrs. Morse at the piano and Mrs.' he will again speak at the Tab- 'I Appreciate Your Business
( of Mr. C. M. Susie
leadership Mann at the Hammond. I ernacle'this Friday Although Myrlck of Lake
growing In interest Sunday School meets at 9:45: only ( T) a evening.Layman his Geneva was! a dinner guest of Mr. 116 So. Walnut Street Next To Ilolllngsworth
dance. Men and wom- a. m. with Training "Unions gathering services and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday.Mr. .
much In
are demand.
njoy a serious study of Sunday morning '- February 29, at 6:13: for discussion and The Youth meeting Saturday 'and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
1948 at 8:30: o'clock.
are urged toIh
themes program. evening looked. though it would I and children of Brooker were FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In
Speaker Dr. T. F,
this great opporr Adams !
us Richmond Va. I ,Mid-week service held weekly I be rained out, but proved to be ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
| study and dlaeussion. 'at 7:30: with Bible Study and one of the bent held. The older Sunday. The Heart of Tow. And In The Hearts
each Subject "The House With
inster Fellowship I
All Home Inside." testimony 'group joined in the spirited Bible Mr and Mrs. William Moss of of Th People"A
light at six. younge The Women of the church will Quiz and at the close of the meet- Tampa spent the weekend with
Heard Radio
over Station
| invited. observe the Week of Prayer at Mrs. Moss'/ Mr.. and Mrs. .
WJAX Jacksonville Ing, Mr. Ken Thornton, a crayon parent Southern Baptld'Church For,All ...pl.
the church: on Monday afternoon artist of Gainesville gave a beautiful B. J. Starling.
rk'. EpiscopalSunday and Circle meetings Tuesday afternoon Illustrated message entitled, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of
Methodist, Church and evening.A "Abide With Me." Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School 9:43 Training Unions)' 13

School 10:00, : "The Standard of Christian Ser! cordial Invitation la extendedto On Tuesday evening. March 2, Robert Myrick Sunday afternoon. Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour
all to worship at all of the
fcg service 11:00 vice"will be the topic of the sermon services and to visit the church an illustrated message by Mr. 11:00< 7:30:
Tyce will be oa the program and CARD OK THANKSWe
Thursday to be delivered by Rev. W.
with the paator.PENTECOSTAL .
all are invited to see the wish to express our heartfelt
e pic
pommunion 7:80 J. Churchwell pastor of the First? Morning Message
tures. thanks! and gratitude to the
Friday Methodist Church mOrnIng
service -, 7:30 at 11 o'clockthe Sunday third Sun-- CHURCH HOLINESS many friends who were so kind "Behold The' Hand of. God"Evening

> Then-Ill, the (of the Episcopal Church Matt. 12:30 that there Is no mid- and death of 'our husband and "Our Youth"
School MornIng
Sunday : a. m.:
kc a broadcast to all the dle ground-"you are either for RULED PRACTICE PAPER,
Worship 11 a. m: Evangelistic father E. C. Priest Monday Night Is Picture ,Night At The .Church
j the Nation. Thla broad- me or J against me". "Monday'sReligion" 9x12 for school children. 15c a
Services 7:00. p. m. Everyone: Mrs. E. C. l>Priest Mrs. Paul
il I be heard In St.' Mark'sTon will be the topic at the '
ream.-Bradford County Tele-
welcome. !
ine Francis Mrs. Thelma Alvarez "Visit The Church With The TIMtlng Pastor"
Sunday Feb. 29. at
evening service. -Rev. L. J. Price Pastor graph. and Hubert Priest.
1 m. The young, people's choir will

meet at 6 p. m. to practice Easter .
LUTOMOBILBSILITY anthems and specials. Devotionalat
7, p. m. Snack and fellowship.
INSURANCEgh brand d f

not compulsory It Is Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30p : t s a nee eren ',
m., studying "Methodist Centennial r
[ safer to carry Liability in China", a.very InterestIng wife. and d' r
nre. I represent only old book. The WSCS and MYF
liable stock companies. are taking this book for credit. i iI iI
[business will be,>> apprecl- Won't you come and. enter Into iJ I

the discussion? !
129 W. CaU Street I

[ite Bradford Co. Telegraph Christian.Church
Phone 154 '

1D. Wainwright, Jr. Rev. J.i B.. Dixon, Pastor :JLi'

Bible School 10 a. m. Morning A,
Worship 11 ,a. m. Evening Ser-!
vice 7:30 p. m: Mid-week ser' .
vice Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Chil ,
RPENTERS'RESCRIPTION dren's HourFriday 3:30 p. m. I

'This ;Sunday beitg'the fifth m
Sunday the church will have Bible < Yr 1t
..School as usual at 10 a. m. and '.
Immediately after the congregation

will go to Hampton for the ,
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-SBB Jacksonville four sisters, I was railed and schooled I Iford In Frad- No. 6387. C-OIIXTV. FI.OH1DAI IV: CHANKllV -
son-in-law Dyal, ; PUBLICATIONAND
He a of
Graves. County and am a veteran (: :
Rites WednesdayFor former Chief of Police and Mrs. Mrs. Alva Abernathy, Mrs. Marie World War' II. If elected, 1 pro- STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mr. George Bones. Plaintiff, vs. Cat- Relief At
both of Jacksonville, mine. to perform the duties of this Defendant. Case
McCandleaa, and ad.dr
Owen Dyal A. L. Alvarez of Starke and had office to blllty. and to Pletro Bill, whose residence rrlrm Nlcll Lanes
employe of the Duval Mrs. A. T Renn Venice, Calif., show my appreclatlob for the confidence ....a U: Cavaraano dl Vernlo No. 6366.
been an
Native Of HamptonOwen County Prison Farm for the past and Mrs. W. M: Brogden, Atlanta, and' support placed will In be me.appreciated.Your vote Florence You are, Italy.required to appear on AND ORDER NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR < ForYourCtKtSST'

Co. Albert I* Crosby Jr. March 29. 1948. in the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs
16 years. f Nlcll Bones, whose r.aldcnre -
native of Caterlna
49 and cauae
P. Dyal
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Funeral services were held Wed ae.ke divorce and restoration of and address In: San Giovanni
Hampton and a resident of Jacksonville nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in iv 4-Irtcrrr COIIIT, PR.'UFonD maiden name. Bradford County dl Ouardlella. Trieste. Italy. ;
Dyal one daughter COUNTY. FL.OHIU4I. IV CU4\- this Order
Lorena Alvarez ; Telegraph shall publish You are required to appear on It
for 30 years, died suddenly Jackson- the First Baptist Church with CKHV.Jack In next four weekly laauea. March 29, 1948 In the above named laden phlegm dnam
of .
E. W. Black Truman Hutinn. Plaintiff, vs.Theda official germ ,
Mrs. hand and 11I4
of heart attack while Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. In- Witness my Court and cause wherein plaintiff III
] Sunday a P. Dyal, L. Hutson. Defendant. CaseNo. seal at "'tarke, Florida, this February Bradford County dthbronchial
Owen aevks divorce lm '
ville two eons In Santa .
terment Fe Ceme- 6J63 cod
returning from a fishing trip In ; was 24, t948.OFFICIAL Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
automobile driven by Leon Jr., Frankfort Germany and tery near Hampton, with DeWitt AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas next four weekly Issue branes. Tell your drugffi'
an NOTICE TO APPEAR A. Clerk ot said Court.T. a bottle of ?
.... ._oQl > C. Jones Funeral Home in chargeof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Theda Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. Witness my hand and official demanding Creomulaton 1tiI1! *
------ ---------- arrangementa. I. HutHon, whose residence la. : % Atty. for PIt. 2-27 4t, 3-19 deal at "Btarke' Florida this Feb. quickly allays YOU must..l1ke1Jit
Mm. 24, im.
Carroll 44 Warren "''tr..et. ruary III
l Providence, J,. I. NOTICE OF SALK! (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J.. Thomas, to have your money bact:

I Funeral Services You are required to appear on The Board of Public Instruction A> Clerk of said Court. 1. c REOMULSI
e March 89 1948, In the above named of the County of Bradford, State ofFlorida Frank Landrum, Stnrke..Fla.. 1
sealed blda on T.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff will accept for
For Suellen transportation for Plf. i-27 <4t< 1-19 CouzhsChestcotd1,1ZACH
Phillips seeks divorce. Bradford County certain !lens of Atty. I

This Is To Advise Our Customers Tuesday AfternoonFuneral Telegraph next four shall weekly publish lasues.this OrderIn equipment Bus No: 1-hereafter: BabY Mf described.*". Superior: .

Witness my hand and official Chassis O M. C.: Year, 1939,.Motor
seal at Btarke, Florida, this Febru- No. D-Id2s24494. H. DOUGLAS, ATTORNEY!
That services for Suellen ary 20, 1948.OFFICIAL Bus No. 'I: Body Mfg.. Wayne;
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Chassis) Ford: Year, 19J8; Motor,
_ Phillips, 7-year-old daughter of Aa Clerk of said Court.Rivers No. I ANNOUNCES
Our Meat Curing Plant Simeon & Anderson, Green Cove Bus'c.803710154J'dY; Mfg. Wayne:
Mr. and Mrs. D. Phillipsof Springs, Fla. Chaaala, Chevrolet; Year, 19J7! THE OPENING OF A LAW OFFICE
Starke; were' held In the 1st Atty for J>1t. J-27 4t 3-19 Motor No.' T-987988. In-I
Close -' Bide are accepted from any
Will Methodist Church Tuesday after- iv CIRCUIT co i'HT BRADFORD. erson, party or the duly AT 33 W. ASHLEY ST.
COUNTY FLOHII>.tl IX (...,>- authorized agent or representative
noon at 3 o'clock with 'Rev,. W. C'KHY. of firm, group or organlaatlon.. JACKSONVILLE
March any FLA.
For Curing Meat On J. Churchwell officiating assisted Benjamin Parker, Plaintiff vn. Prospective purchasers are invited -I :
Margaret Bcrlven Parker, Defen- and examine the
by Rev. G. V. Lee, pastor' of dant. CI+P No. 83.11. equipment.to Inspect Arrangements may be, EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 194S
And We Wish the Lawtey Baptist Church and ORDER OF PUBLICATION made for doing ao by contactingthe
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Superintendent 01,
office of the
Rev. C. B. North, pastor of the STATE OF FLORIDA t... Margaret Public Instruction. i
To Express Our AppreciationFor Lawtey Methodist ,Church. Sorlven Parker, whose r.MI.ldence Parties desiring to participate In
and address last known IK the awards to be made In the sale.
The,little girl received fatal Injuries No. S East. 132nd Street. New York of the above described equipment STARKE BUILDERS
Your Patronage when City. New York. should file their sealed. proposal SUPPLIES !
run truckin
over by
a You are required to appear on with the Board of Public Instruction -
i Lawtey ,last Saturday after- March 39th. 1948, In the above named through Its Secretary the "Superintendent A, Complete Line Builders Supplies ,
Court and cause wherein plaintiff of Public Instruction at
noon. She was I born- in Jackson-. reeks divorce. Bradford County Its office In the) courthouse At Phone 49 Across From S.A.L. Depot Delivery' <
ville. Telegraph shall publish thin Order Starke, Florida on or before the
Starke Ice Co. In next four weekly. Issuea. hour of 10:00 a. m.. of Monday. BSSSSBSSSSSSBWsSSSSSSl
Surviving, besides her parents, Witness my hand and official seal March ht.. 1948. Proposals received BSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSBS
are three sisters Margaret Ann, at Starke Florida, this 19th of after "the hour and date Indicated Sherwin-Williams Paints Falrbanks-\Ione:
February 1948.OFFICIAL will not be conaldered. The Paint Your House Home Water
Starke Fla. Martha Jane and Rebecca Phillips ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaik. Board of Public In..tructlolwill Systn.!
Phone 12 all of Starke. her paternal Ae Clerk of Bald Court convene In regular session at, 10:00a. : And P y.by The Month Terms If Dealred..
John J. Henderson, Esq., St. Augtus-! m. on Monday. March 1st., 1948
.... _
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..eI '_ T - Oil' grandmother Mrs. Debbie Phillips tine, Fla. for the purpose of making the
of Lawtey. and her maternal Atty. for Plf. 2-27 4t 8-19 award of sale to the best bidder or
bidders. The right of rejection of
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.. I W' ciHcriT COURT nnuFonn any or all bids Is hereby reservedby Thick-Butt Asphalt Shingles (Green Blue) Bulldln.
I P. M. Barefoot of Starke. COUNTY PLOKIOAl: CHAIKCKRY. the Board of Public Instruction.
ARTHUR R. McRAE. ware Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails_4
DELIVERYON Interment was In Crosby Lake Mllbra ,Kelly Plaintiff, vs. Wlnford Superintendent of Public Instruction tea Siding Cement Mortar' Mix
IMMEDIATE Cemetery under the direction of Kelly, Defendant. Case No <159 and ex-officio Secretary Board
ORDER OF PUBLICATION of Public Instruction Bradford
DeWitt C. Jones' Funeral Home. AND NOTICe TO APPEAR County, Florida. It
THE FOLLOWING Pallbearers were Paul Dinkins I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Win- _
ford Kelly, whole residence Is IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD I
un- LUMBER All Grades MOLDING All 1
Jr. and David, Sydney and Phil' known. COUNTY FLORIDAIN CHANCERY '

lip Shuford all of I Lawtey. You are required to appear on
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES March 29, 1948. In the above named Elliabet'h Walter, Plaintiff vs.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Charles E. Walters Defendant.Case .
Driver seeks divorce. Bradford County No. 8373.ORDER BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS &
I Charaed'With Telegraph .shall publlHh this Order OF PUBLICATIONAND
In nest four weekly IHHUHH. NOTICE TO APPEAR
NegligenceIn Witness my hand and official seal STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles
We'Sell As Cheap As Any G. E. at Starke Florida,. thin. February E. Walters, whose last known address *
Child's DeathA i 19, 1949. was Starke. Fla.
In U. S A. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on
Dealer Aa Clerk of auld Court March 29. 1948 In the above named
verdict of criminal,negligencewas Zach H. Douglas, Galnenvllle. Fla. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

returned by, a ,coroner's Jury Atty. for Plf. 2-27 4t S-19 Telegraph seeks. divorce shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn CLOTHING I & 'SHOESlv

Automatic Washers Wednesday afternoon against I IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD next four weekly Issues. j!
Noah COUNTY. FLORIDA IN! CHIN.OERY. Witness my hand and official seal .. .. '
Yarbrough' Lawtey In ""
at Starke Florida, this February
Washers tt .
Wringer Type ,
connection with fatal Injuries''inflicted VlrtnJ Ambrose Gray Plaintiff 25. 1!4S. .... '
ironers of Air Types > "" Suellen ve. Grady tlray, Defendant. Case (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, \. ,1 1Si '
? upon Phillips, 7- No. 6344. Aa Clerk of said Court. .
"" year-old Green A Green, 5tarke.'F.la.Atty '' : f r..1' i
Mr. and :
Deep Freezers daughter ,. AND NOTICE TO .
APPEAR .. for Pit, ,2-87 4t .19IV !!
Mt*>SiiiieopIj. )JJhUllpa.,last Sat STATE orFLORIDA' "
Hot Water Heaters '; to: Orady -- .
urday,by a pickup, truck driven Gray, whose, residence I* unknown. CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADFORD -'Ii.r'
Kitchen Sinks' "' You are required to appear on COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.
by Yarbrough.: He ,was later released March' II, 194S, In the above named CEnT "l:.
Garbage Disposalls ,<'. under 91,000 bond. Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff W. H. Beahler, Plaintiff va. Elisabeth -I r '11""
? seeks divorce. Bradford ,
County Beahler, Defendant. Case No. ,
:- Electric RangesRefrigerators The accident occurred at a Telegraph shall publish thla Order 8314. I IFOR ;tr' s sThe
In next four weekly Issues.
street1 Intersection In Law-
,the: Witness my hand and official teal AND NOTICe TO APPEAR i :
tey, business district Saturday at Starke, Florida, this February STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ellxa-: ENTI'RE.fAMILY
Vacuum Cleaners afternoon. Witnesses related that It, MiAL beth I'bn"k ':': residence and,
'*" :k f ( I' BEAD A. J. Thomas. address la: n.
Electric Blankets Yarbroogh. driving east, had stopped As.Clerk 'of aid Court. You are required to appear OH
Each H. Douglas, Oalnenvlllo, pin.' March 29. 1948 In the above named
at the, intersection of .the I for Pit.,' Every Day Is g&jgrin fay\
Foot Warmers & Electric Heating Ppds. Atty. .n 4t 2-19 Court and cause. ,wherein plaintiff
"-.' street with State Highway 200, CW I seeks dlvorre' and tiward of prop
) Bradford County Telegraphahall
Suellen and her younger sister. COUNTY FLORIUAl IV CHAN. erty. publish. this Order In next ,

And Many Other Electric Appliances Margaret Ann, we,. ,crossing the Rebe IIIRT hand and
street, behind, the truck, when .. my
Of All KIndstV' v Willard Wiley .Je nls.n. De seal. at Starke, Florida this February -
Yarbrough. apparenUy upon a fendant. Cane-No. n... ::15, 1946.OFFICIAL .
'\' sudden impulse, Put I the vehicle AND, NOTICB TO APPEAR StoreSAPP'SSTOl
\ As Clerk nf ,sold Court ;;
See The New 1948 PONTIAC Into reverse and started,backing. WII.y.Jeratgan STATE OR1. FLORIDA, whose residence to: Willard IKunknown.1 Oeo. I.. Patten Starke. 'Fla. .'
4t 3.19W.
Both wheels passed over, the bodyof ; I i Attys. for Plf. 8-27 t ... .
the little girL. .,while her sister You' are required; to appear on ',,4 ..,)\ c't
March 39j!! 1114S., In. the above named. .of', .j! :'.":; .
NOW ON DISPL'AY' Margaret Ann escaped with'min- Court and .OWAIMT. wherein plaintiff '
or cuts and bruises. Suellen was seeks. Lvaroe lapd restoration of C.T.tIT. ." .
maldeni name. /. Bradford County .
rushed to the Sbadycrest Hospital Telegraph shall publl".'h this OrderIn
where her injuries proved fatal next, four,weekly Isaucs.Witness S.
my hand and official 'SWALLOWSWrdxewood ;
several hours later.Investigating .. neat at Starke Florida, thla Feb-. Swallow
GI McGnff'sCorner *' ruary 24. 1948.OFFICIAL : -One
officers stated (. SKAT.) A. J. Thomas Doesn't Mak A Summer."
that the rear view mirror in Yarbrough's A. Clerk of said Court. ,
truck. J. Ct Durrance, Law Exchange. Bldg. EcJgt'wood-uNopt": But It
was, broken out Jacksonville Fla.. Doesn't Take Many Swallows '
and had been replaced with card- Atty. for Plf. 2-27 4t S-19 of Repeal Hootch to Make A 600. EAST 10TH, STREET

Temple Avenue & Pratt Street ,board, thus obstructing, ,.. [vision. iNiRrrrr- CON. BRADFORD Fall." ,Co) -
CKRY.Antonetta.' (From "The Union Signal")
Lane Is CandidateFor Mnncelll tilt!. Plaintiff, I
"" ,vii. Pletro Bit I, Defendant.. Cane .

County'Board I ._. . .. ,
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I Illll I.ane of Hellbronn 'Springs

4 I II I announced yesterday that he will NOW, SHOWING A Nice Selection

be a candidate for County Commissioner -

Carl Johns I r from District One (Law- '

I : tey). "ft elected. I promise thatI EASTER FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27-gj

wilt earn my salary by devotinga

full measure of time to looking Extra Clean MAINE

after the roads In my district" NOVELTIES BLUE

: Westinghouse Appliance Dealer : Mr. Lane stated. "I live in the BASKETS ROSERICE SARDINES

,51 I* middle of the district and this ,

"" I'' Phone 45 Starke, Fla., should help me carry out my CARDS.

I duties:' efficiently." ETC. In Oil

f : 10%. Off for CASH! : FOR STATIC SENATOR Make Your Selection 3 Ib. pkg. 49c 12 |i/ ea.

\ N O W
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''ti., j ELECTRIC SPRAYERS $15.50 A 'new shipment of WHITMAN SAMPLERand DIxie Crystal

? j FLOOR LAMPS $15.50L' J ; .. other fine Whitman Chocolates arrived SUGAR'39c

this week. Get box While
/ your now good
"; IRONING PADS X/r"9 lb.! '
I $3.30 j and fresh. 5 Ibs. 44c


I i iI We Can Now Supply Plenty Red Tag purple



Hershey Bars Baby Ruth+- Or K. P.12oz.can47c-, ,
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$26.10 Mars and Many Others Syrup No. SJi; to

I VACUUM CLEANERS Visit,Our Candy Counter When Hungry

I' I (Bag Type) $48.50 j j'i ",.". for Sweets 22c


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t hereby announce my randldae.1 I Ifor ) PLOW
the office of State I POTATOES
the 15th Senatorial District com- '
& prising Bradford and Union Court-i
I Fairbanks-Morse Water tie., and. If elected, 1 promise t.v'! TRACES
x Systems : faithfully perform the dull. ofthl U. S. No. 1 '
1 office to the ben of my abllll,.
Your vote and support will bo j jreatlly

Regular Price With Tank $87.50 K appreciated..sp.ctful''" your... 'I 10 Ibs. 43c 125 pair
t Regular Price With Tank $105.00 Reliable Prescription Service at Moderate Prices
.. I Regular Price With Tank $117.50 I hereby KK announce.,I,,TH ITIO my candidacy f Two Registered and Graduated We greatly Appreciate the Patronage each

fur supervisor of ItevUtratlon for Pharmacists In Our .Prescription Department
Bradford County subject to the will\ f our customers given
of the people In the May Primary. d. I.... 0 I -. .... ..... -'" -'" ._ has us.



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HASADVANTAGES FOR I Family ProblemsAre and avoid repair bills, rural electrification Price Announces i!

URBAN FOLK I DiscussedAt advisors of the U. S. i
L AND For Re-election
ConferenceA Department of Agriculture remind
me is gardening time,' housewives.. A safe place is both To Congress :
United States has set a'o public,meeting lor discussionof
million freedom gar Community Action for, Todar'sFamlltea" dry and level. Rep. Emory H. Price of the
Kg to help feed the peat was held at the Recreation : Tables and kitchen counters, 2nd Congressional District, thin
home and enable this Center In Gainesville on L generally are safe locations for week announced his candidacy for

L, export more grain tcSntrles. Wednesday, Feb. 18, An Invita using appliances, but the drain- reelection.
A review of the Price's district embrasr ]8
tion was extended to the
general board
of the sink is not. Electricity -
y reveals that gardening public to attend, and churches, counties, and Is the second largest
can travel through water. In the state, with
advantages.e schools, civic groups, and welfare a population
garden can help ut Therefore, wet hands, wet terminals almost 500,000.
agencies are, urged to send rep.resentatives. .
economy of abundance, and wet cords invite In- "Each time I have sought office -

&Ip overcome the. effect; jury to the user as well as to the since serving my first termas
This Is one in a series of conferences = JCW-
can( W
d food budgets., It' a member of the JacksonvilleCity
: Water ruin
Indifference and i to be conducted by the appliance. can
Overcome Council, I have baaed my
General Extension Division'ot
heating element. Moreover, a
habits. It can help tc candidacy on my record as a public -
growing and more stabK Florida's atate-aupported universities sloping dralnboard may let the official" Price sta ted. "I
with the sponsorship of, the
lor commercially produced appliance lip and fall. believe roy.electtojt.Btti.advancat.\ .
Florida State Conference of Social
vegetable. i.N',, ." Falls are the cause of much ment in public office is!! evidence
dening family tends tore -VVork, upon the request of t" *;.d :x- damage to small appliances In that my services have been sat
commercially .grown community leaden from all sec- homes. Just one tumble can put isfactory.
tions of the state. Confronted an Iron or toaster out of order
nd vegetables per year "My only promise Is to continueto
has started to raise part with a rising'divorce rate 'anda and spoil its appearance well.. put the welfare of all the people
supply. A 1944 study; general weakening of family ties; ,fi,e 3K '4AC. Be sure every appliance stands ahead of the wishes of the
families showed that the these citizens have concluded, that ------- level and be sure the cord Is out selfish few"' Price concluded.
i -
[gardening'family actually: the entire community must be. PRETTIEST PENGUINS EVER SEEN: The Glamour-leers, famous I of the way so no one will catchor
Hints To HousewivesSAFE
brought lntp>> a cooperative effortto It and down 'the
on pull
Id commercially nYPOST..7ASTQAtT1W',
more ; 'help this oldest. of,social In- skating ensemblle featured In the lavish. new 1948 edition of "Holi appliance. ;;
fruits and vegetable atltutlons'tb 'adjust, Itself to day on Ice" which makes Its bow at the Gator Bowl Jacksonville: STAND Never COLD
non-gardening, faro set an electric applianceon
mparable the size and Income changing'social! and economic..cdltlons Manch. 8-11, make a'very pretty'picture' In their penguin finery. In Give your small electric- appliances a window sill where .it can be 666 :
this year's version of this famous skating classic, those, safe well
hieve an economy ()f abun charming a as as a COn- knocked over when the window Is TAi LETS .
ve cannot limit,ourselves Among those who took a young ladles display. some of the most beautiful costumes ever seen< venient place to stand If you wantto shut or where rain may come In lisbvsllsaslwssd"rrsi/" ...... aerMtle'' .

oving dietary levels and part in' the morning. panel discus In any show. keep them In good condition and damage the heating element. NWNslirsNaNtDarr- ......) .....

ng the market for farm sign; ''L oldng at the Modern -. .. -.. --- ..- ". ..
It means .a full family; Family", is Rev.'L. A. Shepherd,
ome that is a, real home chaplain of' the State Prison. .
|In, opportunity to find re- 'Doyle Conner of Starke, past f n P' cY "
the exacting demands ol state president Future Farmers
hly geared life, pride In America. was a member of aF
{immunity. the'forum for the afternoon.aes- I .
nlng can do much to Im- don, centering on the theme, "
/ '
the surroundings In which "Community:Action to Preservethe I. :' Many times a year the people turn to the ;'. r.:,J,.J;7"J \
work and .It Ime .. I ':J
play. can Family" '
: /
setting of our homes Theme 'of the evening'session J t; L Red Cross-once a year the Red Cross turns ;;. ";}!

the value of the homeA at 7:30'o'clock In the First Bap- -". .. to the people; that time is now.",, '" >-,', : i
gardener who starts tilt Church was "Faith for ,Family 1//

a few vegetables will ::Living." 1,2: t' Statemtnt. by Pntident Truman in March, 1947. ,.i!,f*'
oaden his activities. A few ,2 '
Among civic, leaders attendingthe ".r ,
at first, and then a moreus .
Conference from here were: ', '
\ .
} job of landscaping ., ,
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. W. R.
he finishes his home;he'hlook ,
| at his community with More, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. ..' ..
Junlua M. Smith, Mrs. Jos. E.
discerning eye. Pride In
home will lead to.pride ,In Wilson, and County' Commissioner, "
P. D; Reddish. "i
[ ommunlty.ANDREWS ',I
National, Plastics

Opens Two More ; \'
our Display Offices .. ':" <\ <

Now..once again .. .
National Plastic Displays, Inc.,
has added two new distribution "
offices, one in Miami and the
other in' Birmingham, Ala., ,the
president of the corporation, B.Hankin. .

H.company now, said.hU..this' 32 week.employee The '

stated.and "adds more all along," he it's Red Cross !

YMr The plant, located Just north 1meL!

of the city limits, began opera- L .
tion January .10 0(,this year: and "

Is now set up to produce 100 ; :
units per day. The product Is a : : ..
simulated neon sign named Ray- t '

pr O-Llte.Mr. Hankin said that Ray-O- Out of human suffering the Red Cross was born; ,." ..
Ate is now nationwide and that ... ., ?, 'I

the' demand expectations.has greatly" exceededour ; At the scenes of human suffering the Red Cross takes its place;. ,,',. : <, "

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Zach Douglas Emergency is its call to service. The unpredictable disaster J,:;;:) ,:\" I' : '

Moves To Jax .. the uncontrollable flood and raging fire, the stealthy epidemic ;fj,:.:, ,

Zach II.. Douglas, well-known ,
Red Cross quickly reaches the victims to :: :. (
Gainesville attorney, announces when these strike, your r 'itf
that he has purchased a home at 4

1202 Lakewood Road in Colonial comfort, sustain and restore. ; ,:. <: I
Manor South Jacksonville, and .
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will a law office at 33 W. .
Ashley open Street in Jacksonville on .' The Red Cross must be prepared to spring instantly into action, ., U* '!

March 1, Mr. Douglas has handled -

many cases in the Bradford v any time, anywhere. ',. )..,"t, .....
County courts and has many .'
friends here who will learn with

Interest of his change in offices. Aii'cfthe Red Cross will be ready. It will be ready because your f" {. '

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tine, ,Pla.Atty cording to law, or they will be In next tour weekly I..u.. AND NOTICE
him He will be gone a year. working In the store taking care for PIG 2-13,4t 3.6IN barred by Statute Of Limitations. Witness my hand and official I I STATE OF FLORIIJA TO At pp,.
L. U. Milt, Admr seal at Starke. Florida, this Ja.nuary Colltti whose :
:My days are happy filled with of baby. The Brooksie MosleYI I.U Ct 1-5 29. 1949.OFFICIAL 1 dress. I. unknown retldn anit,
Hill are working in the t.rawbemes. ( SEAL) tI
Clay household duties and walks with with his COUNTY J1'LORID" IN CHAN.CERY. 'N CIRCUIT/ COURT BRADFORD A. Clerk at said Court. :I Mach8t, 1948gInrthe tabohe
Nathan i. going to'stay Fla. :
School COUNTY. FLOIUU" IN H. O. Brown, Starke Court and
ny Lora Burgess Iohr Digger. I go to Sunday sister Hazel and go to school at Easel., Dennis Acterman. Plaintiff, VERY CII"N-I Atty. for Plf. 1.30 4t 2.20 seeks divorce.cause, a'herelryI
teach. I bad my vs Samuel Acterman, Del.ndant. Robert Thomas, Plaintiff v. Naomi Telegraph Bralfabp,
Ponca, Nebr. on Sunday to Lawtey., He should be able to shall publlrh C.
Case No. 63211ORDmR '
Thomas, Defendant Case No. BRADFORD In next tour
picture taken by a traveling photographer help in the store Bell MOlley ill OP' PUBLICATION 8354. INCOI: 'NTYTFLON DAI IN (;11"101I- Witness wefokly hand le.uethy
which adds spice to' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATION at Stark.. ,.
In the 9th grade and goes to Samuel CERY ruary Florida Oft!
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Collttl (Also known all 4. 1948.
letters all Tommy It
Wherein I have many << living. I am happy. We are school every day. Acterman whose residence I" unknown. STATE OF FLORIDA to: NaomI Oc.etano: Collttl Plaintiff, v.. Cat.erino (OFFICIAL SEAL)
from Clay JIm and enjoy the well and very happy. I have eight Thomas, whose residence I. un-' CoUttl, Defendant. Case No... A. Clerk A. JT. .
IIELPFUL HINTS: Pin a turkIsh You are required to appear on known. : Frank of "IllAtty
warm Springtime} weather we are letters from Clay Hill and about March 15th. 1948, In the above You are required to appear on 0308.ORDER OF PUBLICATION for Plf. St.IkeiI4wy,,
havlnr.Yealetters. six valentines. Jone11 Wilkinson I I'Is towel over the extension lid I named Court and cause. wherein March 22. 1948. In the above named ...

at the Earl Thompson ofJacksonville. of sewing machine when link : plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
tell me married to your County Telegraph shall publish this seeks divorce. Bradford County ,

warm breeze" down in the South Congratulations and I slips while aUtchln I have been 'Order In neat lour weekly issues.Witness Telegraph shall publish this Order ,. .... -, ..

land We have had lots ot cold wish them much joy. She is the told that lemon juice added to seal at my band Florida and this official tltb In next four weekly Issues, -
Stark.l Witness my hand and official I
mornings but a couple ot days daughter of Jack Wilkinson. The I rice when cooking helps the of February hEAL 1>i49.OFFICIAL seal at Starke, Florida, this February From-where sit:.. Gy Joe Mara,

It is very cleaning the I grains to separate and IIItay 'IIII101e. ( ) A. J. Thomas. 19, 1948.
like Mosleys are
have been Spring. Harrison Aa Clerk of said Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J' Thomas, -
muddy underfoot. The roads are old: corn stalks from the fields, Wrap cheese In cheee cloth John J. lI.nder.on, Esq.. St. Augustine A. Clerk 01 said Court.Chas. .

_ dirt and the black fence jama. They are' dampened'with vlnegat to keep Fla. R. Hess. 204.11 Guaranty Life
so muddy, just and the Atty, for Pit. 2.13 U 3.5IN Pldg.. Jacksonville, Fla.
muck lies deep and forblddln well Lorene Padgett has made: from molding. Try greasing the Atty. for I'lf. 1-11I Ct .U. Where Does

Everyone must wear overshoes excellent grades on her midterm: s wee t potatoes before baking. : CIRCtJ.T CetRT.fblt"DFORD __

even In our little city ot sidewalks exams. She will be in the sixth'' They are 10 shining and good I (VERY'OIlNT". FLORIDA, IN U"N- IN<
S and paved Itree1l. Main grade ne t';year. Esther Mosley, eat skin and all. Dell Stafford Jordan Plaintiff, vs

street Is paved, but the automobiles has resigned as teacher and Leon, Away across the river In South Carl C. Jordan, D.fendant. Can Peter Mantel Plaintiff, v. J'an.J.Oro.n .
323 Mantel Defendant Case No, .
carry dirt on) It. When Carter LIt finishing the term. I'' Dakota I can hear the whistle of No. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 836:1.: Read othe..dawhere country. may DOt have too much to

spring comes they will wash and taught Leon and he was such a a train. We have 110' train in AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER 011' PUBLICATION folks and farmers spend more but It goes for those pel'll
clean it until it is nice and white good student and a wonderful boy. Ponca, Across the Missouri River C. STAT Jordan who.OF FLORIDA. residence to I.:: Carl 2422 I STATE OF FLORIDA to: !Mrs.Jansje money. proportloaitely Oft their. abiding comforts that arts

We have a nice little western I am so glad he Is teachln I ill Elk, Point.. I have, not been S.Penn"ylvanla.Watts Street Philadelphia and Oro.n address Mantel I.: whose 1 Ste residence Van- homes than city d"ene.s do. a nicer' place to be.

town here. There are 10 many hope he goes on to college and there, but can see It from the You are required to appear on Swindes. Str 48. Amsterdam, Hol- Do..n't teem hard to believe And from where I sit that
nice people all old pioneers who makes a sure-nutt teacher. A hill In the State Park at the March 111. 1948, In the above named land.
and top Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on "when :you think it over. Take the get calls for some 01 the nicetiel
have settled this country week or 10 ago the four nearby edge of town. J have my garden seeks dlvorc. Bradford. County March 22, 1948, In the above named
for Instance home life too-like
built the town. Now the children churches aU united and held a re- seeds bought. I love to make a Telegraph shall publish this Order : Court and cause, wherein plaintiff folks in our town, : cider end
have the businesses their folks The In next lour weekly i ..u.... seeks divorce. Bradford. County Th.y're home.lovine IIIOpll- com for the kids from time to
vival meeting at The little wren will shall this
garden. sing Witness my hand and official Telegraph publish Order
started. Don's .father was the preacher was Dr. John McGuire to me and the robins will ling seal. at Starke, Florida, this, February In next four weekly issues. I who'd rather spend an evening by and a friendly glass 01 bet!

first undertaker here back in had a' wonderful revival. 7. 1948.OFFICIAL Witness II1Y hAnd and' official the flre with a mellow glass of beer Mom and Dad. .. things that
They of early morning. The sun will ( SEAL) A. 3. Thorn. seal at Starke, Florida this Feb-
1886. His I. aD old pioneer famfly. There is a new couple on the shine on my washing on the line. A. Clerk of said COllrt. ( :IIJIRL19JhL than CO out In search of entertain.ment long with what we mean whlD
Now when Don is gone he ,Joseph K. Skipper Williams B 111 1(., ) A. J'. ThlllU, dinrslon. "Home."
chicken farm of Robert Taylor' Life will flow full and fee. Yes 7. W. I'orllyth St., Jack.onvlll.., Fla. A. Clerk of said Court. or say

hall a son who is soon to enter Report is they.are lovely people. It Is good to be alive! Atty,, for Pit. 11.13 4t 3-11 '1'. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. So It', only natural they put more
embalming school in Los Ancel"s.H. is Hester. The road Atty. for Pit 2-20 4t I.U
will drive out in that new yellow Their name I have a recipe for sweet short NOTICE Into what means moat to them and 6ceV(7tAu .
will soon be put through the coun- I. the Matter et the E.ta' .1 'N CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
cake. It will be
soon time for to their children their home..The
Ford coupe in another week. ty near the chicken farm andJ.ang's. Erma Joss. ..._.... COUNTY J1'LORID" 'N C1tiN.CERT. ; : ,
OUr ble..lng and love will go with strawberries down there 110 try Notice I. hereby given to all ;
Not too tar from the this. I made one Sunday and whom It may concern that any and Carrie Barnes Plaintiff 'V. ,Jack
school house. Getting to town all claims against the estate of Barnes, Defendant. Case No. 8343. I Copyright. 1948 United States Brewers Foun
IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD used the frozen IItrawberrlea. 2 Emma Jones must b. flied, duly ORDER OF PUBLICATION
COV"TY. FLORIDA/ CHIN.VERY. will be easier, Clay Hill always 1-2 cups sifted flour, stir III 1 tOa4 to rdwgu the County Judge AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
pleased me though. Road or no ; Florida. within STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jack
Edna Bullard Plaintiff, v. Julius scant cup sugar. Add 2 tp. bak- eight months from the' first publication Barnes. whose residence and address -
Bullar", fJetendant. C..e. Nn. 831a. road, it wu my country. My, Ing powder and a pinch of salt. of this notice, or the claim la unknown.
ORDER OF I'UBLICATION people and my dear children. The 01' debt will b. barred by the You are required to appear on
AND NOTICe' TO APPEAR Add one cup of milk and a beaten Statute of Limitations; also to pay March 22. 1948 In the above named t
STATE 011' FLOIUOA to; Julius roses are lovely at Clay Hill, egg. Two tbps ot butter now aU claim" or debts due to the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Dullard, whose residence I. unknown blooming 10 prettily. Shirley 1 estate to the und.r.llrned. seeks. divorce and restoration of .
must be added and 2 tbsp hot This February 8th, 1148.A. maiden name Bradford County
You are required to appear on Mosley has a little puppy dog!' water. Stir well and bake in two ,J. THOMAS, Executor. ;Telegraph. : this Order '
March II, 1941. In the above named she Is so happy about. Strange 2.6t 2-21 In next four weedy :: MAXIMUM HEALTH
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff cake pans at 373 delrees. Put Witness. my hand and official
seekk divorce Bradford County how much joy a pup can thing berries between and on top. I IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD seal at Starke, Florida, this February -
Telegraph shall publish! thla Order Into one's 11fe. Sweet Valentine COUNTY J1'LOR'O" IN (;""N- U. 1946.OFFICIAL .
In next lour weekly luue.. serve with whipped cream. CERY, ( SEAL) A. 'J. Thomas
Wltnees my hand and official from my pal Mrs Cox In Miami God bless you all. Love H.rbert Vanderpool. Plaintiff v. A. Clerk 01 said Court '. COMFORT
.e.I at Stark., Florida thla Febroarr Letters from Mrs Fowler of Hawthorne. Rosa Vand.rpool. D.fendant. Cane Charles R. ne". 204-05 Guaranty
-Lura..N No. 6616. Le
It 1948.OFP'ICIAL '
( mAL) A. J. Thom... They love the Telegraph. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for aCkICOnVI1l.Jrola4t! 3.12 ECOMOMY
A. Cleric of raid Court. (Who doesn.t?) Mr.. Carson CIRCUIT COURT: IIR"OIl'ORDMVH3 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR t p a a'.
Zach IC Douglae, Gainesville, Fla.Atty. N' .VO.1I0. .A.r.NJl03 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rosa 'N CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
Griffis of is
Highland ,
for Plf. 1.13 4t 3.5 VERY Vanderpool whose residence and COUNTY FLOaID" IN CH..N-
1, Georgia King, Plaintiff, v. Robert address I.: % Monroe High School, CERYFrancis coats
King. Defendant Cass No. 8U4. Wolcott New York. Impkln", Plaintiff v. ?
ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required. to appear on Mary E. Slntpkln.Detendant.. Case
AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE March S, 1948, In the above named No 6344. \ + w
OF FLORIDA ,to; Robert Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ER'OF PIJRTJCATiON
King, whose residence la unknown seeks divorce. Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
You are requlred I to appear on Telegraph shall. publish this Order. STATE OF FLORIDA tal Mary r OIL
aeeC March 15 1948, In the above named In next four weekly luue. E' Slmpkine, whose residence I"
Court ,and cause wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and official! unknown.You .
the ....w'1 d.i I y aawepepen- ......k.. divorce. Bradford Cnunty seal at Starke Florida thl. .F.b. are required to appear on
1 Telegraph shall p/lbll..h this Order ruary 5, 1948. March 22, 1948, In the
IRE OIRISTWI SOIIiCE EMIIOL Vou wall, rind vounalf 0"tha In next four weekly ieeuee., (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,A.. J. Thomas, Court And cause.. wherein plaintiff named HOUSE
bes..In'ON ed persons lot canmunlty an world otfoirs when.. Wtltneee' my hand and official A. Clerk 01 said COllrt. seeks dlvorc. Bradford County
you nod this world.wlde cIar" II8WIPO et 'eQulaly. You """II aoln' peal at i tarke, Florida. this Febroary Ceo L. Patten Starke; Florida Telegraph shall publish thus Order
trash. nsw ..lew Info. a full" richer und rsnndlnp of today s vealnewsPLUS 11, 1948' Atty, for Plf. a-8 4t 3.27IN In next four weekly l88uee.
llelp front ill .u"w.w feotuves on homoInoklng. duceauary (Official' Seal) A. 3.; Thomas Witness. my hand and official

busman IPeater, fnutify.rada..W I! ''!", _ Ac Clerk pt .aid qoqrtZach .IIV\I1.\ CIRCUIT. COVRT, .,BRADFORDCOV'4T"Y seat at Starke 7lorida this February HETJNG.
Fin. O'ftiA.IACU
: D.Ugla.. :; : "N., )4. 1941, .
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Atty. for. : PII. S.U 4t a.6 (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,1.A J tThomap -
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The Christian. Sc'-' PWIIlhI'O. Saclety Pa SpSubenlbe Ann Kelly PlaIntiff I'V..' Stephen '
now One, Norway ''ra'.e.tea 1 S. Mala.. U. S. A. nl' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD' Kelly Defendant. Cast. N... 830'. Ray 'Selden"Selden E'uUdln&of .ald, Court.
to th1u ape- I "IncloMd Ie U. for which pleas send ie The ChllltlM. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.VERY. ORDER OF PUBLICATION tons Beach, Fla. Day. '
dot ; : SC...... MorIItOf for 1 _th., AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,1
I Atty. for Plf. !
ecquolnt d' Clare Kavanagh KllIeaC Plaintiff i r "TAT'" OF FLORIDA to, Stephen .1.10. Ct 3.U r ''f'' '. 4 1SEE

0111, manor Name v.. Francle Thomas KIII.av. Dc.fondant. -J I Kelly whose residence..' and address IN CIRCUIT QRT; BRADFORD .4
'ewllCu. Case 6319' II. unknown. COUNTY J1'LORIOAI 'N CHANCERY. YOUR DEAL R CALL 'uS I
.So tUnI I St.... ORDER!: p'N PUBLICATIONAND I I You are required ''to appear on OR
NOTICE TO APPEAR j March 8. U4S. In the above named O. L. Normaa, Plaintiff, v. Yetlva ,
Guy 2oris_ State STATE OF FLOiIIDA to Francis Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks Norman, Def.ndant. Case No. 82911. .
Thomas Klileavy, who. residence dlvorc. Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLiChT10N ,
1.. : Care of General. Joseph C Smith Telegraph shall publish this Order AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
C. 0., Headquarters Command, U. 8. In neat four weekly issues. 011'
STATf to Yetiva ''rJ
A. F. E. A. P. O Wltness my hand and official lPcit
Care Post.meeter Norman, whose residence I. .
C'll"g TThhiq 11I N.. York, J.3 Y. seal at a. Starke 1946.OFFICIAL Florida this February unknown 1LILIJI! PIW(
'Ma'g: are required tbr-m en Toni are ordered to appear on \
15, 1948, in the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. March 1. 1948, In the above named e
I ? Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A. Clerk of .aal4 Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff l e
eeeke divorce. Bradford County T. Frank Landrum, St.rk"l P'la. seeks dlvorc. Bradford County ..
110 Skaters AttT. for Pit. 2-e 4t s.n
Telegraph shall publish this Order Telegraph shall publish this Ordat
9" In next four weekly I..e.. -
I 1 wltne'ss my hand and ofrtclal IN: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD

t seal at Slarke Florida. thle February COUNTY, FLORIDAIN.. CHANCERY -

8000I ,. ( 8. IU8.): ) J. Thomas Pauline l'Iionak.r' Plaintiff "". .
Sq. Ft.. ofPlies. OFI'ICIALA Clerk :r" said Court: Hugh Slonaker. Defendant. Can IIlW aft.OUT 4-SPIED 5'11(1110-
Fleming. Jones. Scott k gotta, No.8301. Mull TiUCZ TRANSMISSION
Barnett Netlonnl Bank BidS., ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Jacksonville. Fla. AND NOTICE 'TO APPEAR
Attys for Plt 2-13 4t a.1I
Iae tax
Rlonaker, whose residence,! and ad.dress -
41000 mats 'N CIRCIIIT COURT BRADFORDrOUN'I'Y. is Unknown. > .
.LORIOAI 'N CIIAN. You are required to appear on ,
G... Aa $1.xORes.
CERY. March 8. 1948, In the above named ,
Reeple Child., Plaintiff, "... James Court and raus., wherein plaintiff.

'1. O.. Seats,1.'y' "r Child.ORDER AND... D..fendnnt.NOTICE OF PlmLICATION'TO Care APPEAR No. 11319. seeks Telegraph In .next. dlvorc.four shall. weekly. publish Bradford I..u.this. Count Order N 1 EW CH I I EYROLET Chevret.t-d.vetop.d Synchro

1x.0iir 1x.60, tV 197'0 STATE OF FLORIDA to: James Witness my hand and official seal Mesh transmission provides' now
13,00 I Childs, whose residence and ad. .t IUnrke. Florida this, February ere and efficiency.NIw .
dress. was; .fares. N' Mexleo 3. 1946. .
at Donaldson JII....,.. TesepfePll.rlmq. You are required to appear onMarch (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J. Thomas.
C..IU. A. Clerk 01 said Court.
111. U4R. In the above namedCourt
and wherein. Charles. R. Hess. 204-05 Guarant aavloUT AOVANcI DISIGN
U7 W. Ado.. 6aeboa"m. cause plaintiff
seekS divorce and custody 01 minor Life Bid., Juck.onvllle. Fla. SEAtSNNTCONTROlSteering
children. Bradford County Telegraph AttT. for Pit. a-8 4t 2-21 ADVANCE-DESIGN

shall publish thin Order In 'N
r next four weekly I".u. CIRCUIT: COURT BRADFORD
Witness my hand anti offl..lal COUNTY. FLOaID" IN CD"N.
seal at Starke, Florida this February CaaY.Llssie
8. 1946.OFFICIAL hood Plaintiff V" James
( SEAL) A..J. Thomas, B. Hood Defendant. Case No 8314. i
LUMBERMEN Aa Clerk: of said Court. ORDER 011' J'I'LICATION
tia/ Green A Green Starke. .Fla AND NOTICE TO APPEAR TRUCKS column O."nhlft Oft
AUy.. for Plf. 2.n 4t 3.6 B STATE_ OJ> FLORIDA to: James FOR i18 models with S.'p..d: transmit
> OWNERS f known..Hood whose r..ldenc. I. un- sian. provides new ease and

9411 PASTUREMENWOOD lf CIRrl"T COURT DR'DFftRD Yn'l are required .to appear on .fflely.
I I COf'NTY. FLORIO"'I 1\1: C""NCI March 8. '1948, In the ahoye named
DEALERS PULPWOOD IIYFlorence Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

; Th3 OPEwR ATORS V /1 HuSh, McDonald McDonald D..f.'dant.Plaintiff,Caw v.. seeks Telegraph. divorce shall publish I."radford this Count Order have all these Nt1YiARREININS, "

r No. 8332. In nest four weekly issues. new BRASS
ORDER OF LICATTON Witness my hand and official
V. AND NOTJC TO APPEAR seal at St..rke. Florida this F.b.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jlulfh ruary 4. 1949.OFFICIAL .
r McDonald, whose residence and address ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. and finer .
I. unknown. A. Clerk of said Cnllrt.E. features
I is You are required tn appear on K. Perryman Starke. I'la.
March 111. 1.4a. In the .bov. named Atty. for I'll. 2-8 4t 2-1t
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
.....k. dlvorc. Bradford County Chevrolet'. foot ep.roted park.ing .
4 IIIn.e rallll, l Q Telegraph shall publish this Order 1:01: 'THE c6RCVIT COURT 0 II'' bob on aodeb wits spud
In next lour weekly ...u.... FLOaIO" .
IN CHANCERY provides new dentHer.
Witness my hand and ofrr..lal Itroseraa d
VifONI seal at Starke. Florida. this February THEO ttIMMON8. a widow .
-- 10, 1946.OFFICIAL ..Plaintiff I. Advance-D.slgn that
-11' the .
( SEAL) A. I.: Thomas.
A. Clerk of said Court. R. O. SUMMONS! !, a widower, NiW IMr10Y11 CU!VROUT
1'. Frank Landrum Stark., I'la.AU cab that "breathes ".
,.. for PII. 2-13 4t I-II All NOTICE will OF SALE Un'w.'d' oll-steel. cab WlLV..u. INOINI
persona take notice that
'N CIRCUIT COURT BR..DPORII In accordance with the Decree of
ICUT-lCwICK. COUNTY "LORIO" IN CHAN.CRRY. ; Sale entered In'the above entitled construction fully adjustable/
de cause. the undersigned Commlo.lnn. seat;, !-II-round .
Aille Mae -Ackerman. Plaintiff era will sell to the highest bidder

This one man portable saw II used to fell tImber-then with v.. Timothy B. Ackerman Detsndant. for cash at publico_outcry. during visibility with
r.... N... 6326. the legal hours 01 I. upon March rear-corner windows extra-'
the blade ia turned to cut fallen ORDER 0. PUPLICATION 1. 1945 6k. following properly 11Ie'cr. ,
a simple adJu.tment, up AND NOTICE TO APPEAR- Situate tin' Bradford County: Flor. noel .Cesankd

log. Easy and.conomlcol to opef Increases productlcnl STATE 011' FLORIDA to: TimothY Ida to.wlt: durable frames, specially designed etlgIfte t.w .+ II... H_ .0''''
From the Northwest brakes
n. Ackerman whose residence and corner 01 the and cIwobiIIty.... ap .ftlclencyl
Ideal for clearinG w..dl and underbru1h. Used .very.wh.r. address last known I. %" O..ral Northeast Quarter (NEIoD of the
Delivery IU. George, South Caro- Northeast Quarter NE%) of Sec.tier. .
for polo. fence posts, firewood, stumps, etc.I.e l lina. '7 Thirty (30). Township Seven many other 'ealur. 11W ...mu.utllilInnO'M.ln
You are required to appear on ( >. Routh Range Tw..nt-twn
March 16th. tH8.! In the above nam.ed ((22) East run East. 495 feet
aeee 'i mwd xilaw 4' xe4+.el 'D.... Court and (cause wherein plaintiff thence run South 193 feet to a
...ka divorces Bradford County point Na beginning, thence run
ItUT-IlWICK TOOL CORPORATioN T.I..raph shall publish.. this Order West feet, thenre run South ,
In next tour weekly I..u.. a35 feet. thence run East 142 feet CHEVROlET;
Witness my hand and official thence run North US feet to said s.
sal 'HONI I.0.1S .27 NIWCAStUT. e seal at Starks, Florida. this 'tb of pointsingulargthegtenements

February 1941.OFFICL and ONLY
COMPLETE STOCK of AUTS. SAWS & ENGINES ( SEAA. 3. Thomas r heredltaments and appurtenances Chevrolet .
Clerk of said Court belonging or In anyway Hew
r J CAPABLE AND EFFICIENT John .1. Henderson Ea. ., St..Augua. appertaining, "Plhs.d'r.w esN shaft

91 "AFTER SALES" SERVICE BY ,. J. R. Kelly .. IS FIRST I = : wheel hehe =
!. B=., Row. -
2-U It 2.21 C. A. Knlrrlll. I...... .. ...... sha"
Wallace Equipment, Inc."I Commissioners ...."r"a. ) delgs. ..
t 1J1IWJMm N o-r: <, 11 .La.41ead..rd M.Msih. '
DISTRIBUTOR V In the Matter of the Estate .t ... .ise.weTORODE
a.torII'. 1'. Young ..deceased ew.L fr..w
Foot of West Adams st. Phone' 43891 ;t Notice I. heresy given Ict aU
,' MwrtWLmWoa It may concern that .U
.rNeer.yt. i
"I"f.' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA trs.a wwbau.Nb=bl.se.l+irsi owweek. elal", or debts against lb. estate
01 O.orge 1'. CHEVROLET
> Mr Young must b. filed
w CO
< : ( .say i......s -'----an. within eight cal4Dda. months from
)4 .:;: first pUblication of this notice
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