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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Polling Pieces In Starke PresentedBusy I '$* ) \"


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.s F I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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Warren High Man COMPLETE UNOFFICIAL RETURNS County Races To Enter Run-off ;'I.' ll'S


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I 'In' Bradford VoteFuller County Bradford -1Il"S t' : 1Il:;: f Iii a 5 Q, a k "'a .4:r. Andrews Concedes Johns Election J 1

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English thundered Warren to and a photo Colin Record-Breaking Vote Polled Here !t

finish i n Bradford County No. Registered' 1103 2097 113 128 290 IU 121 illS 3\8'; ,

Tuesday, with the Jacksonville No. Voting: 683 1394 822: 86 2014 19 102 281 3661GOVFRNOlt I'=--- ,

I cabinet attorney member nosing by a out hair's the Warren: 206 316' 118 7 7T 30 176\ 887 Two-County Returns I WINNERS! Reddish &-Crawford .;I
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breadth of two votes for the English 160 3r11; 20a 17 27 23 19 81 885Shands Show Senator Lacked Will

honor of being high man hereIn 54 223 119 41 fS 9 20 60 632 Only 4 Votes For Win Lock Horns

the Governor's race. Dan MrCarty lot IDJ: 137 9 30 8 18 46 :144 S. For Sheriff's Office

McCarty. second in statewide Watson 27 110 38 3 16 3 0 17 234 O. .'rt'dnol....."'*, wcond high -I ;

polling was fourth on :l.lacFadlien 4 7 of 0 0 1 0 1 11 man In the hotly contested; 13th Tuesday's record breaking ,

Bradford's list. Cooper 0. 9 ,2 0 0 0 1 1 13 Senatorial District riwe, announred first primary vote determined {
Close behind Warren's 887 and the fate of fcix local
jcntenlay hi"I offices
Akin 5 2 2 0 0 wlthilritWHl :
0 0 2 11
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English's 883, was W. A. Shands from tin- run-..", con on the lengthy ballot but left
from Pollitt 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 five
others
n-ding
neighboring Alachua County the HoctliHi to State .5 "hanging in the
with a total of 632. McCarty, \TTOItNEY GEYER.\L: Senator Charley E. Johim. balance" to be settled in the

comparatively "unknown" in this ErvIn 93 303 198 13 40 12 5 55 719 On the basin of unofficial returns second primary voting o n

section, polled S44, while Attorney Crews 125 239 132 8 5S: 22 21 63 665! 1' from Bradford and Union May 25th. '

General Tom Watson came fifth Burton 89 04 142 11 30 .11 11 32 330 Counties, Johns apparently lacked Elected Tuesday were Char-

with 234.English. McArthur 62 ,,17 6" 5 14 of 13 22 261 four votes to win in the First ley E. Johns State Senator
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who had strong support TATE ".,. Primary over both opponents. An. Jake P. Roberts Representa .

fronilrd scene like the above 'were enacted all day loan at poll- here among the "school people". COMI'TROI.LERn: -("'", It drews Is and Clarence A. Roberts. tive ; Guy Andrews, : Tax:
carried both North and South FI'uer 307 possible that he might pick Assessor; Harmon P. Morgan ..
417 36
K*' In Stanke an Bradford County cant the heaviest vote In Its. 027. 102 33 30 122 167& up these four School
Etarke, the two most populous ,Gay 1li342, 208 8 64 23 29 needed votes when Superintendent ; tL. I
In Tuesday's., election. A carnival atmosphere prevailed at 70 85S the
r precincts In the county. canvassing board meets Crosby, Jr. Supervisor
: today of
Call and Court Street Lee M.-701 36 7 14 8 of 23 239 and
..rrwtlon of (top scene) where members Green Favored will open ballots that were Registration. and J. LI Sf). '

t ,,"aman'4. Club dispensed hot dogs and homemade pled while Bradford voters stood by "native STTFTREASVRERi '..c.. mailed\ In by Bradfordites voting, cox. Constable.. _. .

i fathered In friendly group to compare notes before- and after son" R. A. (Lex) Green in .' Tuesday at polls away from home. .\'.. (.l -move left to compete In'hotlycontested "
Larson 222' 6..8 .12 24 122 50 37 130 161S The count in :
his unsuccessful bid the Senatorial 'j' f'
for a seat .., run-offs were: P., D.
oar scene shows a line of 'voteia
[rongntted, North Starke. precinct. Voter in foreground Is tearRberrd Commission. The vote here .U'I'T.. .PEBLWU ., : : follows: S ,j) .,J Sheriff; J. R. Kelly and Gene

tub from ballot before stuffing it In black! metal box. was 1744 for Green and 1404 for ''''-'n Li lLia.u.. .,-U- Bradford ,"'hnsDd.. Rob. Long for Tax Collector; T. C. Ed- : I

In ready to string stub with needle and thread.' I I Incumbent Commissioner Richard Bailey 23" 329 371 21 66 33 43 108 1402 Union 2227 .479 S85 CH.UILKY: i:. JOHNS wards arid Carl Prevatt County ;; '

diehard candidate and spectators remained I thick I Mack. Mar'hal1 100 17f 107 8 30. 12 6 32 486 -184 847 504 fitat Senator Commissioner District' 1: Ira '

places until 2 a. nu, city pollee report that no Bradfordltes Jibed with state- Dolley 49 18t 102 7 .0 10 11 46 452 Total 2411 -1326 Wilson and J. Maurice Edwards ; <

for drunkeneis or disorder. Sole excitement came wide decisions in several race, COMMISSIONER 1'4 Senator Johns received 70 t08t County'CommlMioner., District 3; '.
giving the vote here to Richard percent and (
high G. W.
AGRICULTURE "Ttt Durham
when parties unknown tutored' In a false fire alarm t of the vote cant In Bradford and Clarence ; '.
listening to' election returns to Ervin for Attorney General, Mayo 263 639 .13 38 138 31 14 140 1716McCI..l1an County. F. Rhoden Justice of Peace Dis
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disperse, looking
Ed Larson for State Treasurer trict 1.Inspectors.
.160 33. 227 18 U 11 3)1 The
_ qulekly.reassembling.. and Nathan Mayo for CommIssIoner ',5'UTIL. ( 75 897 three-cornered SenatorIal ,
RAILROAD race had been the and clerka
of Agriculture. However, center of at- at alt : ;,
COMM.z traction during the county precincts
voters here favored Edwin Fraser U Campaign. spent a busy day .
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Inspectors on Duty from neighboring Baker County, Green 279 701 391 47 100 .0 40 140 1744 John especially and at political rallies where B.B09 as 3,891 total voters, 79 percent of the -
eary for Comptroller over IncumbentC. Mack 230 323 346 2' 98 33 32 118 1404V. Andrews made fluent registration visited the '
I bids for the favor poV>4>and ;;
M. Cay, who was renominated S. REPRESENTATIVE ties. of both coun t4I laboriously marked the [t
In North Roberts though Jumbo ballot.
Hours Starke : In Tuesday's voting: Bennett 281 573 341 30 106 33 37 18t IM7 oratorical abilities of lacking his the mark'was' The previous high >

For State Superintendent K>f Price 152 328 256 14 53 31 25 .2 901 ning mates run aet in 1940 'when 2- ,
anyone should ask you whome "This precinct Is getting too I Public Instruction Bradford gave STATE SEN.\TOn: businesslike nevertheless made a 949 electors voted out of a total '
weariest men in Brad- large. It will have to be divided" : S presentation of hi I la registration 8,823.
Tom who also had I
Bailey, strong Charley Johns 382 93" 607 39 122 49 29 8S 2227 candidacy. I [
County were ,Wednesday was the comment heard several Most
congested I
school support\ locally. more votes Clarence: Roberts 91'' 188 89 28 .7 9 14 119 31SG. This particular polling place In '
you could quote the follow- time during the day, and the red. than the combined totals for the race took on I th* county was North
jst of names without. fear ,of eyed, work-weary clerks of Precinct other contenders in thla'race. Fred Andrews 116 Hi 75 9 29 11 36 1 56> .79 added significance In that Its out t wn.m 1,394 voters ,filed,by Stark. i ,

diction: [ f No. ,2 will no doubt heartily STATE I come will presumably end for all l'l..rl 4 to cast their weary 'I ''I

Normsna2pa.L7Ze a&a.w: _......:.... r '--r.... .RJI..jC"SEjIlTATIVICI* .,.,4 ,. ,...... ,,_.- _' .. .. S time' the' so-called' "gentle mal)/*! ,...lOOI'd.ca l < ballots.iPrevl- ,'t'l I
Flynn 'Charter' Mrd 1.They weren't botnere"4 fW8ffmuch WafrenrMctarffWill : Jake P. Robert 310 '69d ...00 71 134 .44 G3Z1t 1916'N. '"tics agreemenrbetweez: the two'COUII-f -9n. :i4o.Strongest .>-n ts.IJenctL:.'..S, :t I,

ce Solano Rodman Under* Iby Republican votes' 'however. D. Wahwrlght. Jr. 182 :S17 315 9 49 31 18 .at 1162 concerning the rotation ,of ;

L Sapp\ W. T. Crosby Perhaps you, didn't know it. but SHERIFF: Senators. Johns contended there votepleramong the :f

on Conner. Florida GOPs held their primary Enter Run-Off P. D. Red'lIsh 303 398 227 .44 92 21 24 141 1230T. while pad never been such an agreement, Sheriff county races was the six-man
Andrews and Roberts main JAKE P. ROBERTS contest where 3,923 '
Tuesday miniature vot-
and Inspectors In Pre- also. _using: a :
C. Crawford 147 362 170 12 33 12 19 25 780 tained,' the ers registered ;
Bradford County's largest ballot that looked like a mere practice should be up Itf|>reM>ntutlni..HON a choice. The spirit-
12 NelHon T. Creen 129 313 143 11 23 7 3 71 700 hold.! ed Tax Collector's It[
had the 33-hour non-stop scrap of paper when comparedwith For race, with four ''
GovernorshipReturns R. J. Andrews 38 191 192 6 42 33 32 33 567 contenders 'was ,
( manning the polls and talI the lengthy Democratic next in popularity
Jones 21 83 69 8 6 2 1 13 172 with 'J
I the votes on the ,largest ticket. A grand total of fouc.,Republican F. P. I voters polling a total'' of ,I
ever to confront electors ballots were cast in from. 1,355 of Florida's D. H. Smith 18 26 9 (0 S 0 3 0 50 Bennett Seems S, 3473. I (1

( rlda.m North Starke three for JohnL. 1,537 precincts indicated yesterday TAX ASSESSOR: Officeholders who were elected ''f

the time Sheriff 'A. O. Cogdill\ as Republican nominee that Fuller Warren of Jack- Guy Andrews 332 710 410 47 105 30 32 150 1816 Victor Over S. without opposition and whose \.

cast the first vote as the for Governor of Florida, and .one jonville would, come out on top K W. Hnye'' 202 521 349 23 00 42 46 118 1391 Price names did,not appear on the ballot -

( at 7 a. m. until 'T. R. for Bert Lee Acker. in a nip and tuck race with Dan TAX:: COIJLECTOJl: were: A. Z. Adklna and John

n marked the final ballot "Even one of those four said McCarty of Fort Pierce for first :J. R. Kelly 247 725: 416 30( 78 30 4(1( 71 1641 %Cliai-lej, Bennett young Jacksonville A. H. Murphree Judges of the .

minutes before 7 p. m., he wished he was qualified to voteas plare in Tuesday's first primary Gene Long 291 442 262 38 97 11 15 151 1307 attorney had apparently 8th Judicial Circuit; T. E. Dun. J
l of 1,394 voters passed a Democrat," one of the weary balloting for the Governorship.The defeated Incumbent can. State'
W. S. Slhley 394! 63 12 22 32 23 4 289 Emory Price Attorney; A. J. tJ
the North Starke polls. clerks commented. Jacksonville attorney wan r R. A. Weeks 29 77 60 :2 I 6 6 0 56\ 236
leading the Fort Pierce citrus t"'U.TV. .. ......!........_ Congressional,.- I_.. __..._.- _District_. on _the_bnslsinuuiii Judge Court: E. K. Porryman County.',;L I
Sunday Funeral SundayFor rower by some 6,500 votes SCHOOLS} itrie returns yesterd.lY.With .: .M1.. n-. .uu.arrril. UOunty- ., 3
the count being War- 18 Commissioner
Walter L. Silcox Mrs. RussMrs. yesterday Harmon P. Morgan 366 674 421 55 150 39 47 150 1902 precincts still to be Dint. S; and three 11 I 1
ren 154,734 McCarty' 148.291. heard from ((240 of the dlMtrlct's member of the
Arthur R. MrRae 17587\ 361 18 45 32: 30 110 1358 County Sohool ,1
the ,
'long Resident Other contenders were far In 277 had reported) the vote wax Board: J, E. Brown, I.. A. .
E. 61 wife Canova
Lottie rear, Colin English coming in 37,963 fur Bennett and 3 ,832 for and L. T. Johns i
Lewis Silcox. 57, life of Z. Vance RUES, Brooker farmer., third with 74.249; W. A. Shands REGISTRATION: : Price. I A complete ,

of Starke died Fri- cited In the Shadycrest Hospital 50,765; J. Tom Watson 43,271; A, L. Crosby. Jr. 329 677 386 \ 56 132 37 46 208 1771T. Bennett was a candidate for Bradford tabulation of the '

] 30. In Shadycreat HosIer Friday April 30. llchard H. Cooper 9,783; Bernarr' S. Williams, Sr. 75 373 .' 221 2 12 18 13 6 720 Congress/ back In 1940, when he cinct!*. Is County vote by pre .

a lengthy Illness. Mrs.i' Russ was a native of MacFadden, 4,437; f. D. Akin 2- F. J. Shaw 92 253 141 4 23 7 12 41 578 was the first man to announce. ., this given In the table on i

born in Clay County BainbrIdge, Ga.. and had lived in 343; and Basil H. PolUtt 1,235. COMMISSIONERnisTincT: S but withdrew to enllitt when war page. ,. f
5, 1890, the son of the Rrooker since 1919. She was a Given Defeated ONE was declared. (allY ANIuF.%%'$ 5 5 I

Jee and Fannie, White 811- member of the Brooker Church of Incomplete state returns yester-. : T. C. Edwards 151 ," 151 Ta Assrssjr Navy Recruiter S 1 :

many years he was a God. 'ay gave Richard Mack of Coral Carl Prevatt 146 K"v'v "., ( ,. 146 | Second Class At Post Office Today '
own husband she Is '- 20,000 lead over Lex 1
carpenter In Starke j Besides her survlved tables a 120 120 :
.1. P. Sullivan
served on the police I,|I by five sons J. L., Wilson, ;reen of Starke for the position For Gray Ladies I I H. S. Talbert. U. S. "
100nill Navy
two years. For the I f. B.. and Ernest, all of Brooker _..._, _Railroad___u _n and Public Utilities O. J. Phillips 109. I Set For May 10 cruiter will be In the post office re- ; t
__ 74 \ 71 }
years he was a member and Francis Runs of Lake City; -ommlsHloner. The vote from I,- Lane u building today (Friday) from 10 .t'l
Kingsley Lake Baptist five brothers Walter Atkinson of 334 precincts was: :Mack 147,043; J. H. Monda 05 55 MIxs Doris Harper American I a. m. to 2 p. m. "The Navy to ,, I

and was also a member Donaldsonville Ga.. Casey Atkin Green 127185. COMMISSIONER: : S Red CroMH Field Director at the I clay offers a real future to the In
r
: WOW. I son of Tallahassee; Rufus Atkinson Incumbent Comptroller C. A. DISTRICT; THREE: Lake City Veteran's Hospital held! dividual who wants to make good. t;

was first married to I of Balnbridge Ga., Carrel At- Gay won a first primary victory Ira Wilson 246 5 216 the first class in a school of In. Opportunities are unlimited" the .

Harris on May 8. kinson of Brooker and Lonnie over his two opponents Edwin J. M. Edwards 196 196 structlon for Gray Laity S<*rvlL-e recruiting officer said. "Learn

preceded him in death Atkinson of Tampa; three sisters, Fraser of Macclenny and H. A. :J. L. Wynn 186 ISO!! on Friday, April 30, at the local earn travel security. Good food, .. I
8. 1917 By this union Mrs. Lougenla Atkinson of Tampa; Lee of Gainesville. The vote so E. D. Jones 152 152 chapter office. The second class good pay good living quarters

by two children. Mrs. Ruby Herd of Balnbrldge, far stands at: Gay 160,350, JUSTICE: PEACE will be held at Lake City on May new environment adventure action .., I '

Lewis and J. B. Sil- Ga., and Mrs. Jazle Floyd of Col Fraser 111,339 Lee 36565. DISTRICT ONK:: ,,10 from 8:45: a. m. to 4:00: p. m. vacation with pay. ;, "
Incumbent -
of Starke. orado. | In the Treasurer's race 836 Third and final class will be held! Recruiter Talbert will be glad i ,
1 had 200,400 votes O. W. Durham 206 201 129 to .
ovember 22 1922 he was Funeral services were held in Ed Larson on May 11. give full details of life in the
T. : 263 158 526 -
R. Rhoden 105
to Miss\ Delia Lee and Is the Church of God at Brooker, i to 03,419 for his opponent. Clarence The following women awe a. peacetime. Navy to any Interested y
by two children from Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock,' Carlisle, in 1083 precincts. I,lB. S. Overslreel 104 205: 138 447 mong the recruit for this class young men who sea him during '4

n. Mrs. Ceraldine Hazen with Rev. Lee Willis officiating. [ Commissioner of Agriculture'( CONSTABLE Mr. *. O. L.. Haynefl Mrs. James A. his hours here today. ...,
I Me-1
of Starke. under the direction of De- for easy victory over Ammon I :J. L. SIlcox 191 513 313 1017 Joe Cottrcll. and Mrs. C. H. Funeral Sunday .

services were held at 3 I I I[Clellan. who had 68,465. I Dewey D. Williams 142 235 217 594 Quick. For :

Sunday'._h< afternoon. May 2, Witt C. Jones.Herbert I A run-off will be necessary PublicfnstruCtiofl for I A. H. Kuhn 68 101 63 222 There Is still time to enroll In I I Mrs. Wallace S

*y Lake Baptist Church __afB__ n Sunerlntendent of John Warren 44..8 29 121 the class and Guy Andrews| I'. MOIKJAN Funeral
pastor, Rev. w. W. Shockey where Thomas D. Chapter Chairman urges all who School NiiperlntnidrnlA. Ella[ services for 1fr.... Mary
r 100,450 Wallace 85:
Jack-onvllle. officiating ,Bailey of Tampa polled are willing to nerve to get In were held Sun. .j
by> Rev L. D. Haines of Funeral services for Herbert. Robert Dolley of Miami 63.606 Richard May Lions' Club Adopts touch with him or with Mrs. Ruth day afternoon at 2 o'clock In the

Rev of E. T Shull. :Marshall of Jacksonville S. Morse Executive: Hampton Cemetery with Rev.
II. M. TOlman Shocky. step-father and Robert Heads For AlaskaFriends Red Sox Ball ClubThe Secretary "
bve \ were held Tuesday afternoon at, 45,517.The contest Immediately. Ralph C. Rivers of Waldo officiat ,
pall bearers Attorney General Starke Lions Club took over ing. I.
were Ben Mr. Shocky of Richard D. May. son
ZCfllorf. Pen F. Hall; Vf"B. 2 o'clock In Tampa. Railroad will!\ also go into the Second' Pri of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Mayf management of the Red, Sox last Rev. J. C. Diggs Mrs.\ Wallace died
1. Eo retired C & I of Tallahassee Tuesday ,
: Ervln
A. W.
54. was a
Richard
Wlnkler. T. s; wuUoyd mary. > Hampton, will week changing their name to the April 27
, at the
and with 97,403.I I Died In Carolina home of ber'dau&hter. '
of Chicago man
out high
Green. Honor- worker working was i n teroted to Starke Lions. Is true big-league ( I
poll bearers were Charley E. IlL and had recently bought a followed by Grady Burton of 4'e to hear of his re- fashion president T. Frank Lan- Mrf. C. Van Ala tine, In
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UL. ; P. Guy Rev. James Clark DIg*. 81, a : j I
88.309; Hampton.
Lacy Andreu. J. F. I
1 Conway N. D. Waintt Friday evening. Survivors include Crew of of Tampa 36317. Seattle, Wash., Sundays game with pastpresidentA. odlxt Church died at his home In I port Canada, and moved to
Paul Hugh Me Arthur S B. Baker catching. Hampton $
Bridge. Free2tater two
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this wife and two brothers. enroute to an Greenville S. C., on Wednesday, 'S years ago. Sha'
Sr.. and W. F:. The Lions evened up the score was a
; i bas In' April 28. lie was a native of member of the Methodist: :
cSt, hit MCCARTY MEETING FFA' BarbecueSet army Sunday with three wins and three Missouri and had served pastorates Church for SO years.
DAN whereha .
1fr. Wife and four chll'Urvlve TONIGHT For TonightThe S Alaska losses for the season so far when In Florida. South Carolina,
Silcox is <1 by AT COURT HOUSE will be stationed they topped the visiting San and Missouri during his 45: year Buys

kilie Silcox ren- two sISters. A meeting of supporters of Bradford County Chapter, .eve ral Mateo team 6 to 9. of service in the ministry. Home Here

toe. two and Mrs.' .John for Governor will Future Farmers of America will n.onuUl.' Jimmy Godwin pitcher held Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Recent real estate transactions
8i1co brother". JI* and Dan McCarty a Barbecue-Banquet and Plo May enlisted last June and the San Mateo' nine to five runs Lou Beswick Dlggs of Greenville; announced -, Y' ,
at 8 stage by F. A.
Strout
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nine nieces. 13 be held tonight (Friday Square Dance in honor of the has trained at Fort Jackson S. I and five hits while S. Philips. three daughters Mrs. Naomi Agency this- week: Mr..
DelIA -
Zd?: a host of relatives o'clock in the court house! AH oarents of members. Friday night, C.. and Camp Lee. Va. HU new 'pitcher for the visitors allowed Paschal of Jacksonville! and Korea, Manning to James N. Walker' of '

eral friends and supporters of candidates May 7. in the community canning address .U: Pfc Richard D. May- six runs and three hits. Miss Ruth flags of Greenville, Philadelphia, formerly of Lake
I Of DeWitt arrangement.. wer& In for Governor who lot out center at BHS. 14262168 9108th T. 8. U.. QW. I and Mr. Louise. McDown of Butler. 3 1-2 acres and house
>nt cJones and urgedto All parents lof members have a C.A.O.R.S.. APO 942 co PM. Se The local team will travel to I Charleston. S. C.. two brothers. I just off highway .
W.. are 19 within city
CvIbete1. ilthe Kinpley in the First Primary cordial invitation to attend. I II I stIle Wash. San Mateo next Sunday. 1.!. W. Dlggs and C. L. Dlggs, L. CBOSnV, JR. ,limit. tt: j
attend the meeting. I both of Tarklo Mo. Supervisor Registration

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I BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAPII. STARKE FLORIDA P'RID\\ hAT
PACK TWO -----:

. . . their wonderful cooperation with clenny High School on April 29th. April showers brl
i lost with a devastating score en and 1g$1
the PTA In carrying out this They May Day
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED 114. BUS suffered another nominations It aI",
TheressaBy BrookerBy of ,
i. program. All food for this sup- Bradford defeat Saturday as they played. and Queen. for 3ay,[ Da,

1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNKlt-EDlTOrt Miss Eva Mae TrfestMr. Helen Harry per was donated by the parents Hi Lites host to Gainesville. In the first Senior homeroom Each JIUJIO'

haa
TEACHERS CAN APPLES the Purple Hurricanes piled boy and fl
t Friday and Entered a* Second Inning girl to compete
r.bnshM Every Office at Starke Fla. Next school term the Heilbronn up 14 runs. They also man- tltlea Those f,

i'., CUM Matter at the rout and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane of GRADUATION Brooker Junior EXERCISESThe children will eat apples. Because Will you sign my Annual? aged to bring In 10 more runs in Caldwell and Pat chosen 'Nf'

," Jasper spent a few days 'last held its High School the surplus apples given by the Everyone was asking this ques- the later Innings. Bradford used Ann Wiggins and McCl'Iff

:' MEMBER 194B week with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie graduation exercises. government to the cafeteria ar- tion last Thursday when the Annuals three pitchers: Spetocer' Crews, Frankie Morgan Cecirgf'IeI'
!
Swindell and family.Mr Thursday night, April 29. at 8 rived after school was out the arrived. They are nice look Jimmy Godwin and Spike Vance. Wells Josephine and

,.. BorkNcrljttloa 93 Annually '1.10 For Six Month o'clock. Those receiving their teachers decided: to can them for Ing books and will keep a lot of I The score was 24-7 as the game Vance, and Betty Johns an
and Mrs. Jimmie Ana
Gnann certificates were: Mary Jo Green FII,
next term. Mr and Mrs. T. N. Bradford HI memories alive for I ended. James Phillips. )
announce the birth of a daughteron Betty Jo Crosby, Marjorie Fay
Norman, Mrs. Helen Sapp, Russell our Seniors. We owe their pub-
Thursday, April 29, In the Crosby, Helen Barry, Thomas
Mrs. Iris Mrs, lication to the competent annual
Norman, Crosby.
Guardsmen Praise I Alachua County Hospital. She Hamilton, James Hamilton, Harry Chief Don Neel,
Training in
Starke Louise Crosby, Mrs. Mattie Ellis, staff: Editor
i has been named Louise. Mr.
Mary Edwards, Jack Haaen Marshall
Smith, Assistant where I
and Mrs. Muriel .Norman, with Picture Editor Billy From sit.
and Mrs. Gnann in I .. Joe
now reside Mott, Edwin Howard, Billy Rimes bj' M
the able help of Mrs. Tyler Jones, Editors Bobby Frazier, Audrey
In AGF Service Schools Gainesville. Carl Allen, Allen Lewis and, Don and Mildred Thomas,
Available met at the canning plant at BHS Prevatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand aid Hazen. The program consist. and canned SO gallons of apples Business Manager Al Stefanelli,
children of Gainesville ed of piano solos by Helen "WhaPs
Barry,
were and 22 gallons of apple juice. Assistants Jeanette Priest and Your
TYIl the boy they brttertake weekend visitors of their parents, Marjorie 'Fay Crosby and Betty Spike Vance, Literary Editor Ona Opinion
i The teachers wish to take this
advantage' of the schools Motor School, while Pvt. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. W. W Packhamand Jo Crosby All the other members Demorest, Assistants! Minnie Lou "

y j the National Guard ha to Howard is attending Cooks and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall. delivered short speeches. opportunity for thanking the ones Hazen and Hilda Brown. Mister?
who helped them with their day'swork
'J offer. They're Mliwatlonal" and Bakers School, also at Fort Ben Mrs. Dan Loper and son and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lawhornand In canning the apples. We started last week out on

worth thHr time. ning. Mrs. Ben Loper and children a religious note when Brother of those public with
children of Tallahassee were Fellow from one elder, or the
u That's the way SlCt. Kirby deal" Capt. T. K. McClane, Jr.:, COm- spent Thursday with their mother, visiting relatives here Friday.We Mrs1. Muriel Norman represented Haines brought Reverend Lanter,, opinion poll was in Andy's Garden party venue larger L."
Swindell sums up the "good manding officer of the Starke Mrs. A. H. Kelsey In Hampton.Mr. the smaller schools of the who was participating In the revival partythelndiTlduallib.rtjtluth-.,-
and are to hear TaVern, querying Andy's patrons
officers sorry that Miss
now being offered to NationalGuard. company, points out that, the following and Mrs. E. S. Slbley. Mra Yvonne Harrell Is sick with the county at the Convention of the to speak to us. His topic everything from that"new look" this ,
in the country .
enltated men i Army Ground Force and W. M. Hall, and Jimmie Swindell mea Illes. Florida Teachers' Association held was "Success or Failure" In accordance election. great.roritUn'tdiffmnce
to the neat
j l Service Schools are available to attended the funeral of Mrs. Lot- In Miami April 22-24. with Its religious meaning j

3* Sat. Swindell, a member of the officers and enlisted men of the tie Russ of Brooker. Friends of Mrs. Hayes of Gainesville spent And it occurred to me that there's that matter. The import,

r, Starke company, is one of three. National Guard: this community extend their last weekend with her son-in-law I. Earlier In the day Bob Wood, nothing more typically American is tolerance for different,

'M local Guardsmen now attending: Machinist, Combination Welder deepest sympathy to the familly and Harrell.daughter Mr and Mrs' Guy cartooniet-entertainer, presentedhis than collecting other folks' opinions Ion-whether they affect tl

Army Ground Force and Service and Fuel Induction System Mechanic In this great loss. Lawtey "Dramatic Adventures with as well M giving out with of an individual to voyen.
Ga Mr. and Mrs. O. W. ,t<
Barry were
Schools at Fort Benning all at Aberdeen, Met.:L Tire Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley and business visitors to Gainesville ftr I.. II. Fatch Chalk." Mr. Wood kept up a con- .'. own. And from where I sit, his mind, or enjoy a IIIIt' i,
ky In a recent letter to a buddy In Rebuilder. Atlanta, Ga.; Basic children and Mr. and Mrs. Henry tinuous line of talk while drawing a mighty healthy habit. They're all parts of tin
Monday. i
.
the company Sgt. Swindell wrote: Enlisted Supply, Personnel Man- Loper and son of Starke were Miss Madge Blosa of I humorous cartoons with start- that w. chtriihifanright.
Trenton discuss
j The Motor School up here Is ,agement, Basic Enlisted Laundry visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernie New the The Sub District of the Youth ling rapidity. 80tr as people eta
spent
weekend
OK.l:: am learning a lot and it Is Machine Operator, and Machine some Sunday afternoon. The Gent Stokes at home. Fellowship met with the Lawtey At last the Student Councilhas both aid.!! of a question comes
house burned
: SntoKeaQng. I have to be on the Accounting, all at Camp Lee,Va ; Mrs Dan Loper and son and down MYF last Monday night Young completed Its Constitution. At up-whether it concernsthat short

ban and I hope I pass all my tests X-Ray Technician, Ft. Sam Hous- Mrs. Louise Blankenship and Saturday in It night and everything people from Starke and Waldo its regular meeting pril 27th the skirts versus long .beer compared
was Mr
destroyed.
.; -but Tin doing my best We gets ton, Texas; Food Service School attended the meeting. Visiting Constitution was given Its final
nephew visited Silver Springs last and Mrs. Russell Wilson
were occupying -
lot of home work and don't Churchwell of It will now be mimeographed -
', and Motor School Ft. Benning pastors were W. J. reading.
,) Wednesday afternoon.L. the house. ,1948.United/ Stot,,Briwtn F,
bee: much time for anything else Starke and Ralph Rivers of and distributed amonI'the
t bit of It." Ga.Men G. Sibley returned home Mrs. Alice Thomas of Jackson. to be read and dis
but I enjoy every attending these courses Waldo. The next meeting will be students
:f'' '1\1gt.\ Swindell and T-5: Virgil draw full pay and allowances Saturday after, spending a visit ville Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. held in Waldo. cussed. .. "
.' with his son and family In Flora- Rufus Allen for a few days. STARKE BUILDERS
in the SUPPLIESA
. both enrolled Lake the scene
fi' t 1tog.heeon are while taking the courses. Family home We are glad to welcome Mr,. Mrs. Mary E. Stahlar enter- Kingsley was I
allowances are not authorized tained the Home Demonstration of a lively holiday for the Sophomore Line of Builders
Lawtey Complete
and Supplies
.Mrs. M. Bennett of Orlando.
Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and daughter. i the
28th
however. < They are residing here in the Club In herhome, last Class. Early April Phone 45 Arrows From 8.A.L. Depot -
., Grace and eon, Earl Geiger Sophs embarked for the lake with Delivery &
,I' visited Mr and Mrs. Jimmie home of Mr. and Mra. O. W,I Thursday night. After the regular happy smiles. About 3:00: o'clock I
business social hour i
Barry while the road is meeting a
Gnann afternoon. being
" Thursday
I".f they returned with even brighter I Sherwin-Williams Paints Falrbanks-M:
was enjoyed.The r !
Rising Miss Elizabeth Phillips of built.The smiles especially the easily sunburned I
,Paint Your House Home Water SysttJ
Yp0 Jacksonville visited her father, D. 9th Grade of Brooker Lawtey school was rep blondes. I

plt e By Mr*. Edward Norman J. Phillips, and family a few Junior High visited Starke High resented at the FFA meeting in To be defeated is bad but to And Pay by Th Month Terms If Desired I

days last week. School last Friday and enjoyed Tampa by the following teachers: be defeated In the first game is
Mrs." J. P. Dickinson visited the day very much. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch Mrs. worse. The Bradford Hi girls METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING

Mrs Jeanette Jones and sons her daughter and granddaughterin A birthday dinner was held In I Joyce Futch, Mrs. Eunice White- softball, ..team experienced such a ,Thl'k-Butt-Aaphalt Shingles (Green Blue) Building d
r. and Herbert Norman of this
sec honor of Mr. Mrs. Melba
Lawhorn at his home head, Partin, Miss
the Alachua Hospital Sunday _
Hardware Cloth Common and Finish AJ
tion and Miss Delma McCulloughof defeat on April 29th when they ware Nails
last Sunday. A number of rela- Ellthe Collins, and Miss Dorma
Th. esw RAIL DOME ((2 pl.c.waaq Sampson City were visiting I in. afternoon. were trounced by Waldo 8at toe Siding Cement Mortar Mix
: .,. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Webb and tives and friends enjoyed the Griffls.
ik LID Ir sa=I.=t to on Waldo
Green .
Cove
surM l. ..d. Rr. ny Mmon and Mrs Springs Edward Sunday.Mr. Norman, daughter were Sunday guests of event with him. Miss Ada Edwards who has Our baseball team has been
'
t ter. T. i.si seal Miss Grace Dlckln on. All young people please be pres- been visiting her uncle and( aunt, suffering in much the KiJ
Miss Eva Mae Barnes, Mrs. Al- same way. LUMBER All Grades MOLDING All
ent for the RA and FA
Don't forget "Homecoming meetingat Mr. and Mrs. C. Y, Mayo in
Waldo also defeated them with a
Iowa. ).r i. r' 1 bert Griffith and daughter, Day" Sunday We hope to see all the Brooker Baptist Church Tampa, returned to her home \
score of 12-6. They fared no( bet-
Evelyn, were recently visiting Mr.
J ji the old folks and ones both Monday night at 8 o'clock. here last Monday.
young
ter when
they Journeyed to MacDAN'S -
Griffith who Is a patient In St.Luke' out to spend the day. So come Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Crosby of BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOOr
Hospital, Jacksonville.' We I Donald Ray Griffis returned to
Gainesville were visiting Mr. and
out to Baptist Church THE MAN
on Hope his home here last Sunday afteran
: all wish him a speedy I
recovery.Mr.
Mrs. E. B. .
JJ' and Mrs. Clarence Jonesof and enjoy the day and renew old Crosby Sunday.Heilbronn extended visit with his aunt. Ilklllll' ''lld' ''''IIIIIWIIYNYIIIIMIIUnYIIIIIIYIW111111Y' '' '' ''' '''''''''''' "M"'II"""ItlIWl' ellle'YIAIIUIIIIIIAIWIIIIIINIIIOIYPIIIIWI' '!' "" "" '''''' ''''.1,11111'' l'IIIIIIII"'I'"II""I""IIIII'"IIIII."In,1111I1111'Any "" "' / , '""""".'_-
: Fort Pierce were visiting Mr. acquaintances. Dinner will be Mrs. H. H. Heln, In Tampa.
J' served at .
' BALI ZINC and Mrs. S. R. 'Clark and family Church noon.services each Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright Type Moving & HaulingLet
; CAPS and last week; of Gainesville were business
Rubber lings Mrs. Alex Barnes and childrenof morning and evening. Sunday i I visitors in Lawtey last Tuesday.Mrs. .

( ......'m. f.e rh.s for ,...,a. this section were honored Sun School at 10 A M. on Sunday. T. J. Terry is visiting her Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles}
Folks services each Sat- By 1\11'8. Muriel Norman
'li.... :TII., seal .11 Moaoo jars.E.sy day at a dinner given at the homeof Young welcome. sister in Ormond this week. ..'.'
: M ...1.1t Mrs. Barnes' sister Mrs. A. W. urday night. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were |


i n 1M Hickman of Dothan Ala. grow Please We would folks give,like any so to news see let's our you all column help.have CHICKEN" The PTA SUPPER of the Heilbronn last business Saturday.visitors to Gainesville ;illRJksRM; :; :; :; SERVICE CAl


('BACKACHIolnloa ... to'yours truly or leave some with supper Elementary Wednesday School had night a chicken April daughter-in-law S. J. Futch visited, Mr. and his son Mrs.and A. & HaiiPhone

t"i' M wata irfLi sa tlta..-Ml.....t'.laR1naW-r..... .... .. d...-. Mrs. Dickinson at store. Thanks. 28, in the cafeteria. A very good Z. Futch, In Quincy last week.

-..lo..trrnsiallL ps-sr a......... supper of chicken with rice, slaw, Howard Miner of the Marine
gip / wafer ua ....... tato ... dw RULED PRACTICE PAPER, I
; ar* 165
> beans salad Corps spent several days here 4 I STARKE FLA. Phone 49.W
fA string potato and ,
Mrn01 noa- rtMila a4---I-aide r sadmndd.r4roabi 9J11%. far school children 75o a
.-.try ayes.Quick......... either tea or coffee was served this week with his mother, Mrs. __
.mtlif action or monoy bark............. A* ream.-Bradford County Tele- for 50c with cake or pie extra: Effie Miner.Mrs. "IAMIIIAlItlltle'''''' ''''"'.''''imiimiminjTTiiiTTiiHiiiii' '''' '' ''''''''''''''''',urn''''i''''m''n o m'm.IIIMIIIAInn.n-'' '' '''nimnniiiitimMHitntnmiiiimiiinimniiiiit''''', ,''''' '' ''' '''' ''''''''' ''"''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIeIItAAlIl011nrllla/elle/ellpllllllll'' '''' '' '' / '' '' '' '' '' n,*"*,""*,",',, r'TiHiii1iii5iin.!! ''' '''' sear

your drut. for' CynIC Molar graph. for lOc 'After supper the can- : Mae Wells and Ernest

,lldatea were asked to speak.A Wells spent the weekend In Mld-

cake baked by Miss Edith I dleburg and attended homecoming -

Moore was bid up to $71. A at the Middleburg( Methodist


Your Vote and Active Support quart was cake.given of Sen.red to Charley the ripe winner strawberries Johns of. the the I Church D\N'S on Sunday./ THE MANPRACTICE PAUSE AND REFRESH


auctioneer and P. L. Bridges, the I RULED PAPER.

master of ceremonies were each 9x12, for school children. 73c a

MEANS ; I presented with a quart of straw- ream.-Bradford County Tele-

berries as a token of thanks for raph.SAPP'S .

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."iv given that the following described land' will be \4 of 8W\4 NV3\ of NE% & 3 8 22 40 Waller E. MarU" 2.07 f E 175 ft of N 105 ft IIe.relptia .. T. H I. t'lR'4' of NE Vea.IptIe. .. T. .... ","

i. I I. II. .Jtion on the 8bt day of May. 1948 at Starke SI4 of NW4 of EH of NW54 of SE',4 NWI.4 .I ; % of N.1'i' 10 7 22 SO Wm to. Or.." It' .
the ; '
t. NI..14 01 SI.4 '
U IU 1
,ubllc of Florida to pay the amount W of SW 110 A. J. Dran I of NEV4 :at N% oP 7 2:1: 10 lIoy'Urlfrl.. .PP
,I 11drord. tate due for tiu % of SWVI 4 6 23 1.10 12:! 0. H. Little NWIoo of NW W ,

,"( ,?. to the Mfl' together with all coat of Much ale NW4 of 8E" of tlEI6 5 6 10 A. O. Brown IU Con..' at NE Cor of WW 18..:2 of Sty 17 7 23 11 F. t.. dough J.II' .
23 ); 300
14K3,4 of .
..I .PP0 :4 Ii. of NE 10( Enoc And.r"on NE'< 4 run Cl ot NWI4 of SF774' ",

.11.1111. 1:1'.1of % of SIC4 S 8 3J 20 :Millard R. .77 W 175 ft for\\J't of beg V of 1t.,1I' 19 7 23 I T. J. Ald.rman 1.". jI
8W Judd hence
T. K. Aereis Owner % of NW" 8 8 23 2201 run 6(1( ft 3 NEI4", of 8)0.4' of SE', Fox )
s. Taqiu I Il' :; WIor NE"" 9 2t ElIaabth A. Edward" 9.88 105 ft E 60 ft N 105 I.A III $13 Cur &: I'J-3A !.,'

.:. $ .. all t'II.U' 8 19 80 J. V. Edwar.s All Itoad NW or 1b4! 'V of I 22 U Melvin Griffle I.U ,v ft 60 to tt ot pt of beg 28 6 22 W. A. Cook; 7.34 $of N'3Vl of Jo\0.6\ 0 I :,
Jr. & : 134 of 1il1i: Et4
I : all 19
r 13..8 NE 7 II 11 3linuil. :
J> 120 !. of A. Harcronn 1.'. "
l>!... 0 f American Turig (Jrovea. HW % Jo: of nu 11.101It NE',. 21 6 21 1 Con. .,..t IIW tor of l.1 l- ".
S EI 88 8 111 no Inc. 3P.82 CO".. at NE Cor cof W 10 8 22 Sf! Everett Illume lit portion of NWU Percy Sullivan 1.61 .. $5:... .. run N 3711 It ,

3 7 19 180 J. V. Edwarde. Jr. 12.11St'l or "$t'/;'. or N\\ % & ru"% 1453 of HEV., lying W of can for a p' ot lIeg themes ,

S ofl0 Ht+90rt W 2u7 It al A Al of Call St A E of run E: "If fl N 7& fl W ;

I 29 200 J. V. Edward". Jr. .a.J9 30 tt W 4113 It N .OU tI Weller 8t Kx: home of 324 'ft tI 711 tt to Ieg 14 7 U WIley. Wliliamaon I.I? .",I
Mra.
o\W''. ft E .06 't N D. W. Moore H. H. Lot 5 In Ke.MI..r'. Add 1.
:\ 820 It 1 23 3'mlna Mixon a.1
.'"'. 7 It 80 J. V. Edwarde. I-J llountnn A 1oa' ::13.
Jr. 17.71 zoo ft to tt or bee Chae. A. 24. 228.: 27. ';
SW' nf10A.fI"E""U alHo N 8-4 or Joi\ uf J.Jenkln A Ex I Lot to 211 In ('. J. W..k'" Jot-U 111 7 22 John A Ethel Thomas 11.11 i;; ,
( tlE Maurice IiIW t. Of. NW
% 01 NW Edward 28 6 23 l'x 10 A
7 19 90 A. A. Pdwarj 8.83 E'ia' of tlW% o., NF.'. II III I 23 2S w. A. Tyler :U8 I Lot about 23 ft wIde" Plandlng Center, Inc. !541,47 I In NI I'.r 2\ 7 U ao ,'. J. Alderman 1.11
''I W'IS 01 a ::1.1 20 IInknown E & W by 165 ft N A \V'S .t N\V4 ot $W4.
,r NE't' iw4 of NI-\co:\ 11 6 U 3.81 8 211 7 U 20 W. C. J..per .41* ,
E4 of ZO A. O. bounded on E bv 1.1% 0' I'IF.r NEt'
IIW
1' : of Row..r" 211 7 n 20 C.Ifus Jl'rl.un '.1.
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S er 15 7 n .& Unknown .11 lOol. 0' !SW'4 swt: ", 8.18 of Weller Ht on 8 by land NW'.. nt Hf.... of N1'4 28 1 U 10 John 3ofle. 1.3

:o\EY.\ of of 11:1,(, 01 NE.. 01 Marhall on W bv NW'.t' NW&8 28 7 n to Wllh.rd Tiomal .1'
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SEIi 1 I 20 110 Ch."I.r Moody E.% or N/o '4 of 11 8 23 8(1 :?llr" :Merrill I'rpvatt Sllcox A Lwl. on N Llt 11. 1\ft. Vernon M"b. .. "
17.118r Wlft .1 $ IoIW\\< II "U If ('am..r 2.17 by Slit IS 1... T. A Co' 1)1" or NW\4 'IC NE" NI .
II Stove ,
M:!. W4,4 01 5 J Co. ...
0' \VI II .6. 3.17 Add 0' '
r Ixit : 8 20 2G F01Inl. Crewe &.U w ;. ot HWuf\( tiE.! .... 1:1: 8 2t 22 2. Pa"'h..11 R'o". 4.49 Original,, Towa :jig 6 22 VnknownSIJ 3.09 I 1I00.d..f hampton S. Ther"M"a T. J. Alderman 2I 1
S' 20 of
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Cameron
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NEIof stove : 7 U
: L1 3 or A NIL EU 8 311 .a Je'IIMla Lee Lazenby NWI4 NEIic, 0' Co. 3.90 .Mt I Blk 1 land E All NI'1% 0' NI-\6: Rs 1I.A 28 Wlllar.l Tho..a. ...n' .

2.05! SW"... .f 8W% 11 I U I ThoA. E. WIllian,, of Lot to Street If. T. Walker on It SIde 21! 1 22 !II'.. Sarah .ttru.rer ttI.
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oJJi.t,: J\i: \ 11 1." Lot S.1I1I l .
; u'u 120 1npIr.' Com 11.12: HI Join 2, 4. Blk 1 nlk 8. HMmpton I'A'k 31.33
I 211 Lumber Co. .t NW Cor JohnMon Mr*. Anna Lou 1 a2
or
25." 8E '.U Oodwln .
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0' t'lW'4' U 211 2t L. lL Un, 3.88 ot NE\\ & run E 633 211 1. 3. Blk 16 Ex W tI'lt .r. NE. t'r tJo4' S. III Hudln" .W.I.n.r ..,. t.. .
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In.. pt IIIEI6 lying 3 Tony Drum.o 1:7.:
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1'ing run tI "
flrove.. 139 r. 27 I
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or X I i1 NW Cur or 8.:' 1..9 3ft ft of $ "
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4-5 7 20 In" uI Tune Grov.A. r Hook jiocerlijed nl8 follow*: E: bv Bay St Nil':' 21 It 2:1: 18 Joe /Ip.ad, 7.1IJ. I
3.68I" .\I 54. pare $1 8 22 1 O. A. tiriffip. N by A. 1.. Alviii-v, W :N'35 of 14W'4 of ::1/\\\/ all It 2J
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''n S Jt r.lrA. Alma Shaw 67.03 S 188 18 8 22 2 A. Carter 2.41 I...' 1 or JIIk I A. J. Al.Yltrea NI1'' oI /I'4v'4 2:1: 8 U .J'01'
r. J .1 vdH of that portion, \ltlt t 10 I 0 I" ( 11 II 11.1 N 3%' I of N 24

S'.'. 111.ul U 8 7 7 7 20 20 711 Mph A. Hu..n 6.J2V. nf lice NIH.< of NE'4' hat i4tnrke 2S 8 2:1: C1y4., 'Y". 'olMun 2.13 S. run; 1.4 'i': ft :;. ::I

\ fO Alph A. H"'n lIJ.14 N E of Road 13 18 6 22 B Lewnla L. Clark 1.70 J.nt 2 111I. 1. A. T.. AI. PI .f 1..1of I tieti.a sun I P1 :'
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S f'orn.r of a Am..r".n Tun& Oil 718 ft of that portion, 'are. Adl., to 8tark.. '21t 8 23 lIalf .Aivare. 211.1111.I 1.11. rt II 21"I tt V.' SIlO t.
8 7 20 of '. rl.'l
"t $\svtliv Mliii. Inc. 36.12 1011-; of NIIllat' I & N S. 14 by rt N 210 rt 10 p. .r 2 t' n. OnIledga 3'RU.
.. 01 iW'4' 8 7 20 lle.. E 5tt 21; l.t : }
10 Am"'lenn TUIIg" Oil of Road 11 16 6 22: 6 W. ,V. Wltllnglmm 1.81 1 3V tunduI .ileg 2" 8 U I .
lot 111M. J nc. 4.29 WJ4 of Blk 1 N of It 2 W l..1 by IIrollfl III N by 1 1..1 119 ,"''','rlh.,1 In Alb..tran .Ietta 25.3E fT.

0' Fran! Fik 17 & $I.4 ef RlkiNr.f lI..ar .. 1:1: by '1' 'u" 28 8 2:1: 1. I. Slanlrs 2.65 4 I'.r,3. l4nk 5a lige 8M 27 R 22 ,

y7. 8 2 ThoA. n. Hohn 211.15 K 3 W. TemplH I I.ot 1011 It S &: M bv ...,1.... 1I..h :I'I\-all: io 1/:1: 1'1. Y. flillutrht.r 1'.1" .,1. ?..
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5 uf Dlkr SoD '''-21 6 22 7 Ruby Cook 3.51 2111 fIoj S. \V' bOUlHI.1; 'rh.. N 1\ .",v or Lot 1// W,... J. "'u..er Jlft.11I .,1'
City II 7 ze J. 'v. Thomae 858 EH of SE'/4 of NWVi of N h Manire S. l'oll..y Lot 4 H. Ii!. ('lIanbl..u 10.1" .

jE'1' NI'I'of It 7 21) 40 Harry BI..aHd..la 3.81! SB'/, I in A 22 5 F. B Wiunk 1.29 S. H by Colley 28 I 23 A. T'u, t."I I...' 7 t. 1'1. ('I.m lilLoa' : i' !

\I" 4 III 1'1'1.f NE'4 of NE'4 17 6 22 20 Harry U. Strnhfeldt IIIIlf-Acr. bounded N hy Lot I 14 81.: 1'. JoI..n..a III 01' '
.t Eli flf SW'4 IJ: 7 ze 222 H. 1... Hona-h n.79 N 330 ft of that portion 1.18 'rytte I'J hy Ifr""d, $1. Lot III 0 3v. U. !!IOIott 1'.1' Ii

Fl u' SI.I., It 7 38 211 H. 1.. HouM'h 7.63 ..f NK'/\ of NW'. E of W bl": ('hi IstICn tit. S. Lut 21 lot. 1. 1inn. 15. It '.
\1'4"'t All NW4lIf \ Hoad &: N 880 ft of 14 Nor' 1.01 2R
N..rnlan A. n.1t
I 8 //"all 11 7 21) 80 R. n. Carlton 6.29 NW % of NEV4' 17.2 14 DennIs Smith 2.16 '..trl act.? 'l..tHOll1e 211 4 6 2:1: nllY Colley 974ilj "iii ..? I..t! 28 T. D. Whlddoll FAMlknIJP 15.11 flMlfKI } )II,
1\f'L<
9W'i' and SIiPA'I of SEV of Ex i.Iylng..t.c. "r SIS L..t f7
NW'4 'I".bJ' 4 4'U Sub-lUll % Of 8I1& :a.. Q : III :II .
It W'' 0 f 2-A In HW Cur Ar w I 1.0' I 01 IUk 11 .1. "'. Kjbiuieon 32.93>> usd1... ltesi'b. I alt '..,. 3 .15 lb.. C. A. R",111'Ian. 10..8
0' si PVt': 15 7 3. 100 C. F. t'adlret 8.23 1-A of EH of BE'/4 of Lot 3. 4. IIlk 13 MFtLU Ili'iul, 1.10 1..1 5 II. A. Pi.ri', III..' '
0'I S J't;' or 8WI4 :XWi'i- 18 6 22 19 ErneHt Dell 1.78 Lots I. 2. fIIk 15 S. W I..t I II I V. L. no. n..I )
i 1.1 01 SlY '4 ofiN EHrof flEof\ NW'/. Ex 112 tI .r lI.kA. 15 lie 'Ill 1.1 12 8 11'.1 ;

12 A ...rIE'! W I-A 8 23 19 Elliot Tyon 1 18 S. 1.11 .r I5lks 17 S. U hhhltI"( {''','''''',"n H .J iodI .. .,."..... I isis 'ii.. II 111'-11' I it I. f fIn. !
'. 6 K 8 ..0of WI-a of NW'" of NE'xs' '.O'M' I. 2. IIlk 18 ltltt'k, f'"I.."..," I til 'I."1 1\\ vt. H. lItJott ....1a '
0'' iE"I: I A A\: Nt'of' NW''.. lg 6 22 5.1 find Tynon 1.29 i'l 38 ft lIt Lot 3. Ilik 11\ Nnm h TYA" 2.07 l.o% I 14 .... T. l'AV5. LOt i'

Corn.r of NW4s N'11or E 2-3 of NW% I.J 38 ft or Lot 4. Blk U 1..1 U lTk flown II.Bl I i

: .., 1t,1 IS 7 20 7& A. L. 'roAby 11.97 .if NICVi in 6 1" 11: Wm. Tynon Jr. 1.07 lie Po 78 ft .t Lots 3. .. I..t III H. o. "lth 5.3$ i'''w,,",.

"?r xi':', nl NE4id M 3.. of NWt4 of SE'i! 18 8 22 31) han )t4nkeren !'.12 IIIk 1 1ft :Mark ('oc,1&tn.. ,, Jr. 1 RI 1..1 2a I'. ((1. l'on.l..ton 1.1. .' I

If 7 30 17 n. n. ('nrltnn 6,29 W14 of NK'% of 8EU' 18 6 22 20 Lem Ooodwlne 392M LOlA I. 2. Ulk 19 ('irl'b, 'I''fI''r, n 84 .' f.:) .

9W4Ex\ I A N 3M Anior1i'et Tunic Oil EH of NK: ',4 of 8EU! 18 23: 26 Ernest l>ell 3.93 I.?' 1. Ulk 27 HUIIIP"111"" ,,,,,, 5.84 C. A. KNIt1IIl' '. .,.

11 7 30 MIII... 1n,.. 1M.U. A ..lrlplOO I..t url..lo IV 40 tt ..r I.ot 2. !Ilk 27 1 lIjt. 3tie I1l'r".n, 3I IS 'I'a a (e.llrrlur Bradford ('ou"' "
'Lt I 'I"" i.., 18 Afl1tICUfl: 1UflW JI1Mtlle R.'",,,,* /oJ end or W''i.! of I.ot 2. IlIk 31 Joalwl LI..y,1 JI

Itv U 7 20 7.8' N E ', of N I E fc 1or: 1.01 2
9E4' 2t 7. 20 40". .. I. nyr.1 8.69 Rond 20 6 22 1 Llndxey drirfl* 2.16 3 or !Ilk l6 iolt 1.1111. 14.34 I ,' It! .T 0 4'O\TI tI"lotteul nance, 1944.lievcrlptlon. :: ;
thnl IT ...f ss.ut Com at SB' ('"r of Sec 1.01 2. Blk H "Natty Wlllhll"" 4. 77, -|''U l-l, .>. '.'tall! H .' \'I'14 III! tiM of 'f f\
See I.I rUIIb' A rUnV .... ..,...... III':l> 3'r.ip.rtyl.til II < \
< 105 ft for a I.h'"b, .ji ('j \.1111.. :&It It I :IIII. U' I'MI''I: of N", of NKV, W of .:1 ,

N 211 dn.. I,] .... ""''WC fit' of heir thence run ...'. :I. I 12 8r II II fl or TulliihiiMiifi'I Klmldil ",'..nch Slit.- Section 18, Townhlp, 6 I ,1.:
II 10 hnH to N 105 ft W 105 ft I H I 105 J.ot 4. Blk I.1 Floyd (1rpm n 88,12, April ill. *HUH 20 K containing 3i: '
Range
25 7 20 SO L. n. Walen 18.39 ft E 101 ft to pt of beg 20 9 it LpHter I'revatt 20.G2Lenter I.O'H' I. 2. IIlk 111 MrM. 1I.'lv. T..rt..11 V:* 78M ;\INTIINAM-M: ; ; ;A.NI: IONSTRUCTIIIN "South,'r". mor* or lo*.. f. 'i\ ,
W'j'. ..f XIV''. Ex Com at. FI,.: 'or of Sec & I..IA N. II Ilk 18 I '"r.. A. I !11"1. 1)4) I ritlHIHAM t.

n *\\V C roerhi run W 315 ft for a pt of 1.01 5. TIIk 21 t .1 Ijis W..II" lIlt I l'b.itle.l. bldH will lie recelvnrl at. Name In whloh *an** edl Fonnle t t'.

II : ::1 l2 Arv'A' KIrkland I Ill beg thence run N lOG l.nlH 6. 7. N, 9. 10. I I. thin iifflrtt from, tjunllfled I I ('''''I ran-. : &crew I
,64 ...ra: ;', ao W. '1'. t1'ann..n 3.1111S1 ft W 210 ft S 105 ft K I 12 or IIlk 21'V' ",. "..lIn 1WIU! I 'U""ii> iinlll IU.IIII, A, M < i.H.T) onlh t"rUl..t" No. f Year of *- r''

:;I\"L. U 5 21 .6 W. T. Elrnnn..n 7:538W' 210( ft to pt of beg 20 6 22 Prevatt :21.21 '. ... Jill.,. "IIII.n t.. "8lark 4I :22: 4 .. tilth iliiy f>f Mil)'. I IIMH.! for I the ,1 :

\ .r :'>%V4. 25 II 21 If John T .Klrk 1.113 Lota 2. 5, 6, 7, 9, Ilk 1 M 7' ft or Lot I S. Lot 8 l'ufla' rIt'tl..n of th* following wmktMle 1)auwrlptlon of property> *; .(

'. 211 5 U U W. it:. Sunny Acre* Sub-Olv 21 8 22 If. A. Manama 11.B3: Kit: tI 8 It of IlIk II S. ,.. l'r.>ir.-l. J..b 'It... 311-1111.J SVi of NKV of HWVi. Section It. ., ., .
0'' 10\\\" \ FI of Sapp 7.94 Lot; 1. 2. 8. 10. Blk 2 hind W of cauqie to Mt II A. .jjjIjjI. 81 1.71 floiiil' No. U 5. I lirailford .'..unl,, between Towniihln I Mouth Hung 20 E. contalntng If i"

I EL;" ot 8W"7 6 21. 80 W. E. 11.151 Sunny Acre.. Sub-DIv 21 6 22 IT. A. MunanAA 11.SI: II 4 8 tt of 1.1" 7. R 91 all It mi a No. I 16 and l.awtev. I HO acre moreir 5 lea,. ",
&O4: It I A inV tapp I>it. 1. 2. a. Blk :3, Hun- Lots 0. 1 111. IlIk n \. /oJ. 37uijtesa. 297 Work lu ".,"..IMt of rntfrnillnH: an Nam In which a.ea".d. L. H- I

or SI: '. .t ny Acre, Sub-DIv. 21 6 22 ir. A. :ManftSHn ..98 IIlalt..n.11.. ...... In 11..1.. : It :22: a exlHllnir I I ftnuliMl ton..1. IMUIMII. ,'nctlnifn I (Ireen. '. "t'I ,

28 : 21 U Drew ReddlHh 9.99Mt" S'/i! of HEV; of aw/' W Lot 6 S. H roll tt of I..t I Hand Hltiimlno' Komi Mix 4 I'ave- Certificate No.: BO Tsar of I- : '1'
NE'4" 34 21 ot Road 13 Ex 3 A In 7 otIlk/ 1 ollv"r lit I1rr.tt,, ('". 4-S'J! : nt.*nt, driilnuifa" eiructurHH( und In. I "C' 1945.rescrlption. }
40V.. J
: 35 i 21 E. S..P" 1'.1111 "SE 7 ('..r 21 ,8 22 14 Jo*. Rabeck 8248 Lot 3. ll1k I N. .. Kent 81.20 I "..i I sIn, u & 21 41t' W. E. I'IMPP .13." That portion of SWM'\ of 1'1,1. AdilitlillI 'to Stark.. 2101 41:1: pruzi mel ely 11.711:1: inlleH. A cttrllrivdIn I of property! f ::1" ; ,

WI8' IW'r... 1.2... 4P T., 1... Norman ,j ..41iSt Blk 1 N of R 3 W & '! ill"; fetoV ... S. W cheek the amiiunt of 84,01)0.00) I Coin..420 jhn. W of SE cor .,' II ,
Cur .t N2'4'; : ,: ",'3fI )0. 1ITImni: *. .a4"8 tht portion of SEla" 'of : 543 ft 0 N4 "l Lit 2 ," t Will "v r"I"lr.' I Hen. a* *n<4 run W 40 chnw.N. 20* If ,

11 or ROllI! 3 8 "I. i fltklNofIt3 W A. "t Rlk 19 _i .' 11 C. Klnhw 111611 p d148r".i.h"propn.ulChCI ..rtlrMo.1 I'I totoatfi 11.#40 vttnm. 9 99 chit* to b*-* ; ,

1l" 10 I it 2 .Tulla Fryer t.UK lie* In NWli of NEV J: 21 8 34 1 fishy Cook 1.97 1.015 3 3. 1 14' IIr P\'lk\ 2a I'J.; M. C'' ,itI.l1 II MH,>>I k In the Minoiint' ntHted allow I ginning. Mectjon 10. TownshiP 7 'I.

,,. I'K I A In 40( tlwln.on ('r"Mby 1.3 'V % of Blk 1 8 of R 2W 1 S of R 3 W TempliwElhel Lot 8. Ulk 27 I. 11. Wllklv 1lIiI madii p531,10! ) to th* Chairman of /Hun Hi. Rang 10 H, ..ontalnln. 10 L I

'ry 13 8 21 Ex: I A In NE Cor .'_10.. .9ul.Ill.it. .. Ill 9lark.. :&It ::1:& the. $lot a Itnucl. liepiirinient. wIt III acre more or I. .. ; I, ,

r SW'I' If II 21 U Fra.ler K..II..y 1.26tK'4 ::119f Kx I Lot 105! ft N *" Iot I II. IlIk 21\ I Ii. Wilkle 4,4'* I Dm Hiiceanary Mlale'* I iiicimienlury I Nam In which ae"*ed, II. I'

: 2:1": 21 41)40 Floy.l rro..hy.... S hy 210 I ft E A Win I .0'. I II.I I 12. Hlk 39 'It. 11111"'lh'' .IIil' Mtampa ikttarhttil niunt, acconipHnyeath w..t.P. ;' 1'
Prittlvn. 1.10
f SI E'1' 24 8 21 XE!' ('or & of L.ot 9 N 10 1.0\8 lilil All tM-rlirUd' 'h"'k" "hall. :
EI4 Blk .
.8 Mice. Ohio :llarr. 7.117 f' f\15..f\ 1 .h.. Certificate No 111 Year of- Uuanca j
,,
iW Cur '"t MP'4 1 8 of R 3 W Tempi II. I of 111k I I.. II. IIH"P" 1.40( certified within nil .1", .f the 1945 :
t tU..lpfon
0 6 run N 4211 ftft nb-lilv,, 21 6 23 II 1 Lloyd 29.20 Lijns 5. 7. ItIk 2f. J. )1. ilat. for receIving. 11M. Caehlm'Lti t >
S 420 ftV 218 That portion of SE'4' of John.d, <1 lu "l4larke 24 8 22 SUaIIII M. %%'IiIc 81.CiO .t..ka will not l h.. acrepteil Tim of prop.ry.' .I

98 .I.. Itnod n 7 2116'i Blk 4 rl of R 3 W lyIng Cnlll lit NJo: l'ur or 1'11-10:' \ chi't UA of the two .loMunt bidder. fW. MW'4 W of By' Rx' '
; \ U 7 21 2 "' "..p TAmlln""n 1.84iw E of Quarter "Sec-' Line NI'I S. run W 359 .. will I I I be dfii. .nll"tl. A II W Cur !II Section, 12, r. ,

,. at 7 21 '41) :M. I'. & I'. n. lloilgee 11:119: of NW14 of NW". 01r1.r't if a 6t4& rt .,r pt lfhey. All*1 work to l b.. it.na l I In iKiordunretvlili xlilp 8 "Mouth' Bang 13 R., u.,o- .\ I

0' XI'':'. W or .' f8 I. T. Young 15.19 8W14 of SW'4 4 thrn"o "un I': If") I the Ph'', as. .**. lci4lon, ,* ,iii.l. talnlng 18 acres or I"M" '

I A III xs: Cur 4 : 1 Acre InTeniplre rt 1'1 6U It Jot roo( rt 1'1' ; S|i'i.lul I I't'f vll I a ssessadi J. H,
DtNE's n f aI'" 1 Jan. Dexue 2.88 ft 3'3' 150 ft N Ilil l >i*|>iu. ''''''''I. Hiieital attenlliin IH whlcl : '
Rnh-DIv 21 6 23 J.awr.n"
.. I I\IrA. L. C. lihnl.h 1.37 go u""lIa, loJnMIt' 261 ..nll.I .u4. tu .. > .| I I.t. I 1 '
SII'! ,eor 0' NI'4' W 1-A of NWlof Blk 6 .) ,pt of 1 beg 2t! 8 22 FP* IIM I'ruvlMlonH I which '

w 01 "r..n"h. 8 of R 3 IV Temple,! Corn nt $' t' Cur .f Nl''. 1. ... will !>. furnliihed wllh each pro- .., C.rtrrRlo No. 124 Tear of' la. I .

otW", ot SI':'. Sub-DIv 21 6 22 Mr.. Sarah Butler 132 of $//oJ'. or NI.'. S.N 1111 poval.IToprinuli. I' 111.
,0'fKt;'. .\ :>IW'i' Com( at 8K Cor of W'!4 of Ijeg I will, I I.... fu rnteli,,.l I tu ...rlpll.n propertyr : "
'' II"r o\\'rJ .1 i : (3,.itltfloil I I ('''nl.a'I '' I Ia' All Hectlon or
: \ 3* 7 21 Plk 6 'S" of R 3 W Temnl rin ft N lrM. upon" applllit Townhip> tjnuttr... I
!ii. !T. & w'I r. j 156 Tho" w." tolerte. .. 3.G" _.. s-JJ. X.run L.to 10 rt I'J lOB rt tI GII It I I.in to thl I ufflie. i Klilt '1 Till I I Ka. 'litre 2J I-t. containing 640 acre*' f
C. (I. Manlr.I 2 911 PlUM (JI V ft Fllll KU'lf l-llOI-rmAU/ more or !I.a..
.u. .. \\ 0011. M line (..rIP; ; or w'v .Ill It :.f .'Iec:. ;, __ 2Q 6 U I j I
ithen
..... n' I'J I...as may b.. pitriliaiic. from thinHRt. j
11. 5 22" continue N 153 ft ". . "''j.lH I Nam. In, which a**"*yndr, A... W: '
.. BO OilY Frhro Ailmr. 29.40 I't'itr'k. .1. I' Tprr,11, 17.70 "HI'e ror a" III "
tI JO. 15V0o4. for pt of beg. thence AMlllvn Ic) 2" 8 22 us U. '0 r"r "'U' i
.. :III fl' :rr: NO liropOMMlM Will ll.. iHMIIHduitlxii I
i
fl..kl".1011'1. 'l'iwn Of
II 431.rk.
11 5 23 run E 50 ft N I I5J ffV 'J..n.maId .111
10( (! Frlgo Admr. 1.46 FI'y'I l IIronn II ill ruiiuent. for thou properly belnir': '
NE'I' of 4E' ... uy \ 80, I..r 4. 1)1k I 12 are revelveil >' 1..lh.
ft S 165 ft to
pt '
I''n 11 5 I RaleltTh' Strickland 339 1.01. I. 2. Hlk I 12 ) i.yu fI..n Mill Iff' 'this dfflco. at l 1.1 24 Mradford. l'al., of 'ltl j 4
U of
beg 21 6 22 Ida. ,
29 IL F. Wlrt 4.15Mr It I'. I'ItulJlJllI" .81 Inure prior to the time for i
I. I. 8 all Lot Com at 8E Cor of WHof l.nto i. 8. Rlk J3 opvnItiHT '/
0' Road & nil Blk A 8 of R 3V Coin at $51 (',,r of T.afayett. Mcltt. I'nlex* *''Uh eertlfli-ate'or /1 (
'1. 1 II. 13. If Icwn In Temple SS. run .'r 'I' .'. & WeetmorrialilSId. .L I A II lilil" rtumt. Dhow total for rOte* shall l redeemed' ..rUn.'i((4
each It. ,, anil total of bidlimrrted 0. law the I'7
amount
S. : : 2" '
12 5 22 N along' the E old.1" ofWW run0 rt for properly dcrlB IC -h
-
II. *. FrAnk A. I Sweeuy 164 '. uii I hit cover of th. propna niich certificate
W"ndlown ft I 1et I hence rIo, or )
13 i IP2 of Rlk 6 8 of R 1 -ki
r' 1)o J :n:: I. lie Hold, .rrll..W
2 44Marokl
10 Norman J. PetterBon t he
\l'on, 14 ) .
ln\\'n 15 I 5 22 W to 8 line of N p.''. f tI. Ill) ft N 900ft h.h..t blcto. 1
.IS Woodlawn .. 10 Stnrltnff 2.1" V 80 tt 10 pt of The right la raiierved lo rejectally I Mi* Court Jfnuxe .n fleet
.1'
15 5 3 of SWV thence .
run ,
20 4 7<> Cecil Ooualas' 3.33 or all bl.ln.HTATW Monday In the .
14 Woodlawn 22 U. L. Rlaby beg 21! 8 U month of .Ii, 1141.
15 5 !II) ft for pt of I>Pthence
I II Woodllt"'n 11 I 23 21) J. Q. Rosier 11.79 run E 50 ft N E"J' 01 NW\0.6\ ot IIIF 11. ) K 11 .H! rlha Or..n .. 11!
19 Woodlawn 21 Robt. Crawford :Jr 1.JO N II A 50 II U I 1..1..1 thIs 29th day of April .
11 50 about
I 22 111) ftV ft 8
6 1.. I. J..hIlMUII .72 .
f F. E. ChairmanM ,
21) U Whit ..99 ItaylititM, : J
\\odln""n" 19 5 23 Harvey 41 ft tn pt of lie21 6 22 W 5-A or NW'4 01 :N1'4 32 S 22Corn fMPAJ.) A. J. T1tf14fA14. '
\\oodlnwn 19 I 2' III It L. ''Watkln 2.16 Com at NE Cor of SE'i D. PrlHcoll 6.15 Rt till' Cur or No'tt :'"\ f I liHfliirnio. Clerk of circuit Court .uf llrndfovrt ,
!lo 41 II) I L. Rhoden 2.18' NWI4' S. run N 523 ft Htate: HlHhwuy Kniclnevr County, Florida. ,
Woodlawn 19 S 12 of !$IFot SWI-S *" l I 'fI" 5-T 5.7 S-2C
ii 21. 5-11
.
E4 23 Ii 23 5 Otto Schmidt 1 JJ run 8' I 150 ft W 141 ft I : 1413 14 lOS ft 1 f t
40( Ueo. F. Young 7.B3 216 r. tI faU tt W 511;; IC ('ittCSiT '
S'1 01 C0'u'r.
,,01 NWI for a pt of beg thence "" II .\II<'e M"lIu"lI'al.1 3 Oil / K4.iirowr t
"4 or NW or run a t2 ft W 44 ft N ft to beg 32 II 2Z .l'l'lt'H or .4 ri'i,'"' \.U'II Jo'UIt r.'i'e'ry.: |PM .*. 81 CIIA-V.

22 5 U 12 ft E 44 ft tn. pt of Corn .t N1 r.: ('ur or NW'.. '.'.% IIKKIINOTICK : l'EMl' ; .
I tect.y \Y 01 R.IIoad 70 J. ('. Prevatt 4-29 heir 21 I I 22 nf HIHi S. run II Ball It .I I M :i CIIVMN.thnt 10b..rt N. Ilrdlm. I"Rlnt". T.. .
LOr31k13! :J.'J. IS 2:1: Lot 7 Elk 18 N n..no- Ouranl* Aoipraee" 4.93 for n p' nt beg thence I.'. M Hackkum IPi.Y:; ..: of / A. Fura"m' V"f..r..at. 11a0w \ \

Nellie C. Smith 1.12 S-D 21 8 23 roy, II' 210 rl H 51) rt Jo1 'the folliiwlnif certificate* ha* thou! No. 653. r

:I.ikT.8 of DIoIt 23 J. A. Howe 11.12 Lot 8 Blk 18 N n.no. :\I..rle Jonee. 3.45 2144 It N I'') rt lu p' of Albortha Johnson 3.Sf nalcl cert Ifli.ate* for H. tax. dd. to OROER 0" 'J \

Mao Welle.. Agt. 11.1191 t I Snh-DIv 21 I 22 beg 32 4 U I 1... InHOfil tlierKon., The cerllfliat) ie I ANn 'PIHJt'A'Or .:
Hit 7 Oeo. F. You.g 1.11 Lot 1. 2. Blk 24. N. Reno j8.. w. nail 8.45 Com 8' Nil Cur 01 NV.4of Number. ansI. Yeitr of iMMininri' the i HTATI' uP .. ) AfJ'IA f .
.
I LIWIe7 E: or R,. I. ...... Oeo. F. Young 1.0- I HnD-niv* 'i 8 2G. ,, 'i.onnie F1wera 4.79 /i4i'W' lIr run 14 N41) rt ilHirrlptlnn of the "promrty| and the EIleen A. IMirdum whrmrenldnnc I ., .
23. 24. SB. :III n 22 I .. vagano gh'.Div. :n G :ci W .90.7 rt 14 210 .ft for iilinieM, In whli" 'h It tIllS aaieliiiedare and addreoa !IRI 2 mi *

b'pIY of T.ot U Sa4le Crawford 1.81 J.nt IC "k I Aaron a p' 01 1"1r 111..11. e run a* follow; Avenue, Baltimore. f'.nroA'. 'i')
1lolley I.8* S )
'lri. 1 Lot.; In NW W. J. Barber 1.13 Lot 5. Blk 2 ;\101. Harden IRn a los rt W 3117 rt N loll Ito. 110011 William" 34' Certificate No. 228 Year. of In.nuance vu," *P5.I'U'I""I' to. .
It rt 91: 2115 rt In beg U" U appear orV
S ,I Blk$ 2 :1I'A: II :A2: June 7. :
W by Lot A. TomIarkA: I .RI) 1.1".1.. Auirn't t. A. l I' 1937. 1948. I In the above "r
2&: f.'WY ('sb of I'4: W d. Iii ) naineif '
8 I.ot I. 131k 2 Siephrn ))11(.. 1. Pinr.nc'' Albert .77 I>e <:rlpdon of I'roperty: t iiiri and eau*., wherein
: I..I N II b" Mr*. Anla Lou ,aodwln2J.73 i l..ot !Ill.! INk 2 1111"' hunt .19n T..t .1 Ilk 4 ilium Petternian 297 'om at NW ('or of NWV of peeks divoic.. lIraItord pl.lrln" ; f''
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IV In % / Elk 2 Ike llubin'l.. Telegraph '
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21 6.4S ln.z Ullh'.w..r J.811 Lot 2. Hlk II and. l run01 525: ft. H lot ft. W ahal 181., It
Mr. J. L. Harrell Blk 3 In IlblAb Ord..t
1 8. 0 ;1
Lute next
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PIelt. $14 or NWV. ot NW'IAI.'\ 52S ft. N 105 ft to I...K Hi, .1 ( ".*. .

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No Township tt Houih' Itu.... Ea T ""' rid"lrirrMaVlOFFICIAt '
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"f Lnt I 20 Da.I,1 1..Itrmall 1.18 N to VW Cor of SWi' June A. rvelnn. .1ox..t: Clark &,
l 4] Willie Lee J J j 1 Lot a* dencr.peed I I. I I. I). 1941.Deicrlntlnn ijHckHfinvllle .
i Let U E* N Harry Kettle .! I Book 57. Vage 3 nf NWU thence E to of Atty. torf., Florida 'I. ; 1.
KV I* 1.3 149! 23 43 U beg 18 6 22 26 R. O. MarkllMe 13.43 Propartytf'Rs | S.T ,.? "
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'.'. NW ('0' of Lot r J.: W. Barber 5.98 Book 52, Pair' of //oIW' of NWV A run. Week. Hub-Ulv H..cllon III. Township (' t..C'IIT 4 0VR. """n"OR. 1..
.,Ih.ot .. follow. 22 8 23 H 257 ft E lit fr N 111 7 South, Rang :23 East: VPINY.05Trq'p rtol "Ai 11 t,
: Horace ('olbert '.71 : ,
" SF. ('or of Lot Com".* 4W CoP of 8WH ft W 714 ft-to Beg 31 6 23 4 Ben McUouKahl 1.89 Name In whirl", A.* ifcMed.. : JohisoIl r".II. '" c

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109 No. C&K Vrur. of h. I OKDKU or IU
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1942 j
;Orl.' b.nib'5 Unknown t.81 100 ft N lflNH ft 10 Ex W 165 ft 34 6 22 20 Hani Jordan 4.14 STATH, TOCOFFICIAL Al'I29Apr .
y. U Jjnf 8 Pt I lit 1. .fUcurllvHomelt Ivcrlptl of property 0. .
8... 22 I PLrUDA %frs.
U, If pt beg Aaron 231 .o j
"f NBVi of NE14 of "oll"y In NWV of :- dtt of 111':/ of NW %. Section 31, r 1..lno TUlloll. P'sld-nc, l.

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2.1
i of W'4 or F1\\\4\ ( acre more or lee*. Vol.1 J..ner. '
1'1" f'1 4-A to I. N. Norman 1.53 are ., 'r
' ,,0 1AHH ThAI Portion of 8WM ofSE' Klngdlxv Height In Name ui which aM*.ed.. : (43. VT. JII 7. .1 to appeen.y
of & SWH of 8B'4 NIot NKH: U 9 21 (Cha H. McMillan 2.13 Knhme. Agt.CerllflcniA. Court { ( COny. nam..I I
:! 34 Za I.>>'. 8, 5,46 23 Year .
,; Swof w'j 2. Ii4 fc of !SEV ft of Ro d 48 20 W.; HI Neweome 779 of .. dlvorc plHnUr \
; ot "' 111 10 ftsir 3.26s All NEW of 8EH /S I of Klnlol..y Height In unncu. June I. A. t>. 1'I41. la.// TeleClOph shall Ir.cttord ''''F r(
sw4 25 I p
".- or :" 1. 1.. Paul 3.29 Co graded Road A a"BK I NF.r NRi 16 6 22 H B. SlImS 111 uHcrlptlun of 1'roiierty : In nest four this Qrd.r t

of '4 of HEU N #lr >lla t.. E _:l.4.r..NW'o !of. ... .NW'lfr ___Ixt 1. 3. 3. 4.. S. of Blk n,We.kf'5'hM lab._ _..,. __ 'in

.,.or IIEt,: .n'.. ."."' ,, 18 B 21 .. ._...s.ftft, .., 'l'hnn.. ......... 1.10 .. .. ., 'L ._.,. ."'>'.'.'''.1.. n'm nn' .r fit. "4 01NWU Wright" Add ", ,,,'1100 110" Town- ..._Wln.I .ta'ke.. .. .- .n.. or'r.' ,
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'Ill t 'Y'16 n zz : \ 34 "U 16 fary B. :Maloney II 51 I .ship 7 South. flange XI Hunt. 3rl. 1944. 'I.rlda ril. aT
1j3O, 68 W. II. New"om. 7.05 19
liE''. 211 5 22 1.16 W 3-4 ot NW'\ 1 Lot 'In NK Cur of NK'J, Name In which: assesOed : Malley, ;
R of 1I 3 Nthel Tucker N 1R.of 8EAL
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14 all fir !ISO ft H A W by 20fr. William A. J. Thorn.,

or I 21 1.16 or NE's & I''J;\I..rHn"d N A S 3 7 22 C. 3 3. Ar'Klnn.y 1.59 All 1t' !SHY' lola Little "'E! i 01 NW'4
13 lI'drum
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of 81\" jk S. N". of NW '% SWVi of rwtt'4: of !8W'/J! ( .nty of Uradfunl. Mtat of FlorI'nlee Atty. for FIr Klark.. Flu.
9 nf A all !1".11. of NW 4 ofHWi III". ,.T .
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i" 26 S 11B 1.41 N'of'cE1' of Rod HI* of N\V" of SKVi' ofNE'4 uneaten. shall be redeemed accord. IC f"Hf'IIT f'f.'nT.
or It! lola Little N iP.JR,.
;: 13 4 7 U II 1.'dla Coiling log to law rol"e'ry 8f'
the
tt /I 22' 110 property derrlh, ... .OH.n"
Road .
of .
", Wh of t''. of SWI N 28 S 22 M .T ,V. Jordan 11 40 EU of HRi; of NK'S A In such. ctrtlflcata or certificate. I'KU V. I. n. ._
' I\ 3'3I4 Df NPV 80 W. 11. N.w"oma 1662 3vt, of S'EV of NEW' 4 1 U 2It Jo:. H. will' ba Ih"h, Mar" M .
11:" 12 nr NW! S. Ite"lrltn 7.49 old to Ih. hlgbext bidder "Or... '
of IW'. 0128 U Unknown S.U SE'. n' S,41'L* nfSw.fVwW !s'3.l.,! ,, of f" WV, 4 7 22 411 2'. L. Ciolich II U at the 4'ourt House door the A l..n r, 3fcfii...w. f.'nfr. "".
nn .
.': II. 811 II *3 2 lV65 .. .IIVV of 8W'i It fill VK', of HW 4 4 7 22 4'. SIre., W. I>. Valentine 7.19 flrt Monday, In tTfe month of June )01. IIUOkOF.R .. :. s .
'on""w' II 0..11 J1I.ht W4% of SE'4' of IIF1 A 144. which I I. the 7th : 0" 4 6
23 HWL day of June
!/ '1law4 31 : 22 5 !II"... Ville ttarllnfl' : ,2" 6 tt HEV of HEV of HKM'\ 4 7 U 31) I.r. F.. AJ. Webster 4. 14 1948. ANn (' PtAr.IATIO j
.' 6.44 of Road 21 Leon Decandlo 1l5!
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10 I.. Pavie
\PIIAlr
" tnoot awn II 'YoJ B-Acre In a 8., In 8W n..t.d Ihla 29th or .(
day of
& M'V'
,,' :'. F: nl 13it 10 W. K. Crawford .99 Com at NW 'or of : : Inc of HW'4 of NE'i' S 7 22 6 .Iue Frazier' 8 41 7848. April ro M" (lr.W'. Who.. r. .. to0.*

: 'n."A1 11.924 of SE" riKi8tj2nJjJ; ( All 8WV." of NEH rj ofltod ft..L) A. J. THOMAS. kn."n I.. Chari.itn'i ;
for pt of wh.. ar.1
14 H2t ft a'lOSH ft Ex B 3-A A Rx Clerk of Circuit' Court of Bradford ad4r.s I I. 1. f. -'i.iiSTATE ;
< ron E 346 ft N' 1.' A HRVt of County Florid f'h.rl..tan. M. C. 41 a..tne aL. ,
H II ft 1.7 41 5.24
of NE4 9 A. T. Orion 4.19 W 344 ft N 108Si>> tOfCom'if NE'4 Ex: 10-A In NW You a,.
of 6 22 i; ta
1 Clifford H. Allen 149 Cur 7 1 U II F. 1.. Clougk NOTICE : J"n. 71h. r..q.lr. app_ ore
or '
:::t'li1e 34 II It IS K. P. I>nnett 1.10 NW Cor of SWM M-148 ft of that portIonof / 117 ...,AI'Pi.ie4TtOe nFICU FOR Court and nf.... the ahoy0 _-4 ,
23 wh.r.'n
,..la'll1. II 13 17 lola Little 1.80 of SE"4 run 8 141H KV4: of IIW '\/ of NB'/ NOTICE III! "EllEIIT ...". d'"or.' 1Tltirr .

.: nOfRJIIW\, of 25 Ii 12 11 ffeo. .Whl..y 1.10 ft for a pt of beg thencerun i W of Road 7 1 n 1 F. L. Clou.h, 1.B9 Ih.e T. J. Alderman the holder OIVEN of Telegraph Shall PublIsh PrOlifOr,2 c..J
E a48 ft S 108'4 tt in 181.
nest
I E'14 *f WH of *a\VM\ Et N the following few. WI. O.r
If) I U.J lola Little 1.12 W 34. tt N 2034 ftt0ptof ft 8 1-4 of WViof ..'Id certificate 2305 filed Who... ly Issue.,
310 certificate. !
feInt hand
for
4 U' 128 a la I" ant
beg n 1 Mr*. Lottie Falrcloth deed to A' t.rk. peat
1':1: ytn. W NK'4 of HW 4 Also b. l..ued thereon. Th. Florida1 otll"r ,
' e'l1Jeter W', ot NEV ot 111',4! of Com 1rhn* H of NW Number Certificate' May. t4.. tlla day 01
4 .. NE'4 28 I 22 I Victor Tboma tit al It." and Year of Iieuance. ( ..
OFFICIAL
Cor nf nf lit.
:::4 or JIIW'u 31 1:11: 1 Mr'. J 1. Harrell 1 '*S W 40 1:11 ofENII10/t. fE run H I NKMi chn" B 3 PWIS..4 chn* anot d..rlpU..n th. name I In of the property. A.8EAL: Clerk) A. j. Thnr.,". ; )
.' Of 12 "f NW4! of "E14! which It wa john f. 0' Court :
1.80 *
: 10 1. B Hampton N 3 chn W tVi chn assessed
olW4 are 1 "en".ron.
JI 6 12 Battle' 111 an follow.Certlflvat EAq.. lIt. .
I I* U C. C. Sumner 1.20 of NE4! Roger to beg-1-A 1 T :)t (1 F. L. Clough fll'' No. 2 Year of ,.. ,I Alty.''n. for) Pit. Aojiu.ll .

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COUNTY TELGRAPJI, ST\RKE, FLORIDA 1''R1O,1{', il.4r.

PAGE FOUR I 1 __ __ slonera on APrU--IS, and according I PATIENTS
\ -- May BreakfastAt Birthday Dinner to courthouse historian A,, J. AT SiIADYtRESTIHOS: :(

J.tSOCIETY and CLUBS Woman's Club I For J. C. Clemons lady Thomas acquired, it's about a new time lid. the old. Patients admitted f>1

tteaUh'nw. -ii Event of Next WeekAn The north wing of the court-. Hospital, Starke, this to Shll
? Offk-e Gladys Mooty S5 house, containing the offices of Mrs. W Wilson I\'e k
Editor Phone Fashioned Southern Plantation -
1 Phone 29 Old f. the Clerk and the School Superintendent -' Ira Sapdrn
X41 jtgrbsw will be the theme of the is a "new" 1936 addi- y Sheldon< Jars.j jHeSs.2l

Weds James W. Deaver Starke Woman's Club May Break- tion. The rest of the building n0 Tyre k,
I Miss Myrtle Thomas fast to be held at the club house
stands slate roof and all Justas
:< In Lovelv., Church Ceremony Friday Night o j q? next Wednesday morning at 11 k it was built In 1902. Before of Mr.Rt. 1.and Mrs Ernest \\V
--- o'clock. Box
that date the courthouse was located -I 92 Starke
Myrtle Virginia Thomas, A planned in keeping to announce the /are
Miss rings. % program where the city hall stands birth Gf
1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H. L. Serving as best man was Carrol with the theme will precede the now ter, Jewell Ethel, born e

Starling of Starke became the Quarterman of Brunswick, Ga., installation of new officers. One old-timer who helped build Mr. and Mr. Earl 'ApI

bride of James William Deaver, brother-in-law of the bridegroom I ... \ Club members and their house the 1802 building Is still around non of Alaxvlllpparents are LesJl
Deaverof the
O.
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. and ushers were Robert KInardof guests are asked to make reser- on Saturday afternoons. Uncle of a son. Earl|
Brunswick Ga., In o'clock a candle-Friday Gainesville, James Dryden and. vations with Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Bob Halslop living now on the I non, Jr., born April 23 LtsJ

light ceremony at 7 First Arch Thomas, Jr.. of Starke. phone 182J, by Monday evening.Mrs. !old road""between Lake Butler and I A son, Ronald Alvin,
evening, April The 30, in Rev the L. D. Mrs Starling chose for her h 4A ttr 41 J. W. Kincaid, chairmanof I Starke, did some of the carpentrywork. t.o Mr and Stl'a Manuel II'a

Baptist Church. ring daughter's wedding a gown of the social committee will be Youngblood of Waldo
double
Haines performed the a backgroundof blue crepe and wore a corsage of ic. ') assisted by Mrs. R. A. Weeks, _: r,. t t f J I Thumbing back Into the old on A

ceremony, ferns against, calla )lilies, white pink sweetheart roses and pink ,/, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. J. M. L 1fJ,r, hand-written records Mr Thomas Miss Fannie Surasky"ii,
palms white gladiolas, tube roses with silver leaves. The Hembree, Mrs. Marcus Brown, L.'J. i reported on who-was-what back the coming weekend
carnations and tapers in bridegroom's mother Mrs. Deaver, y Mrs. Junlus Smith, Mrs. C. H. '!'" .,-1\. din the days of the 1902 Courthouse of her parents, Mr at tht
and lighted cathedral The family wore a gold crepe gown with a Nasworthy Mrs. Gilbert New- r; ._ ,-- Col. W. T. Weeks, r was Surasky, in BI'ooks\'lIIe.and
.. candelabra.
graduated marked with clusters corsage of talisman roses with comb, Mrs A. Z. Adkins Mrs ';.;:.t _..... I Clerk of the Circuit Court, and ..

t pews of white were gladlola blossoms tied gold leaves. 4 C. A. Knight, and Mrs. Edward "" ,, !/f'' ., N. D. Wainwright Sr., was Tax
Proves RuiiJI
r FAST
>
% Burns. Assessor .
!i white satin ribbon. Immediately following the ceremony : "
with organist, was held at the f Everett E. Johns, father of the
L. A. Canova a reception "i--.I.I I
4
t4 1 rendered Mrs. a program of nuptial Service Center. Mrs C. H. Nas- -' j Circle Two WSCS .... ... ''_ Senator, was Sheriff, and C. M. PAINMISERI

"''t music preceding the ceremony worthy and Mrs. W. B. Mundy received e C. Clemons was honor guestat I Spark man was County Treasurer. If| Ihtunitl
d w and Miss June Patel! sang "I LoveThee" the guests at the door and Members of Circle Two of the a family birthday dinner on the I County Commissioners were E. ) leunflll
and "Because", The tradi- ; In the receiving line were Mrs. Methodist WSCS were entertainedat occasion) of his 77th birthday anniversary A. Todd, A. Wall, A. D. Andrews, torsi, Iliff NU1CI,1
,
tional wedding marches were us- I Starling Mrs. Deaver, the bride ?r the home of Mrs. E. S. Mat- March 21. Pictured a- W. W. Tumblin, and R. a. Ware. JUST JM m tub poc.refreshing In..nl"n" ,,'|trnlNero" .
ed for the processional and re 'and groom, the maid of honor and thews, with Mrs. W. B. Parks as bove 'are Mr. and Mrs. demons Forty-six years without a new to rtli tht pun ease,u.
yq cessional. Mrs. W. H. Hart and the bridesmaid The receivingline 1"' co-hostess, Monday afternoon. with the birthday cake which was headcover Is a long time here'sone BALM--la.-|tf 01|lax....;...lortW .1.,,I-11M.'eba.,..,.
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy attended stood in front of the mantel Mrs F. H. Long Circle chair- presented to him on this occasion lady who has set somethingof

the bride's train. which was banked with magnolia man, presided and Mrs. A. Wood Mr. Clemons has seven children record, I U\N'S THE 11AYI

I The bride, given In marriage by leaves, ferns and palms with a opened the business session witha 44 grandchildren, and 32 great .- - -- -, --
i her father, chose a gown of white central arrangement of white prayer. Mrs. I. P. Shepherdgave grandchildren. Five of the children
Iri slipper aatin that featured a bustleIn easier lilies and white gladioli. At py a review of the first chap-I and their families attendedthe Illjl I ALVAREZ' STORE -M''c"1"1:
back with satin train and a each side of the mantle was a tall A. ter of the new Bible study "Great dinner: Laurice demons. ..11, Established 1 91
.1; I yoke of moussellne de sole which pedestal basket of calla lilies, r Prayers of the Bible", Mrs. Noble Lake Butler, E. H. Clemons, Miami .
gave the gown a dropped yoke'effect. carnations and white gladlolas. White told of several interesting ; Lewis demons, Brooker;
Her headpiece was fash- The bride's table was overlaid incidents and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Mrs. G. K. Crews Raiford; and
': ioned as a coronet trimmed with with an Italian cutwork linen ton told of a home for working Virginia, Clemons State Farm.
orange blossoms from which fell banquet cloth. Four low silver b girls of low salaries. Among the other guests 'who Floor Sanding & Finishing

'I:11 a finger tip veil of bridal illusion. candle holders holding tall white The hostess served Ice cream helped Mr. Clemons celebrate the

r The bride carried a crescent burning tapers surrounded with and cake to the 14 members. occasion were John F. Crews, a PAINTING
:'1'' shaped bouquet of lilies of ruffles of bridal Illusion tied with present. grandson, and Mrs. Crews of Lake

'. the valley, and stephanotis, cantered narrow white ribbon showers, Butler; Mrs. Tom Forsyth, a sister PAPER HANGING
'I with a white orchid with flanked the three tiered wedding w ... and Mr. Forsyth of Lake But
+' a' showers of white satin ribbon and cake. The cake Itself was/ topped Woodman CircleAll ler; and W. C. Clemons. a brother, INTERIOR DECORATING

:. i, stephanotla. I with a bride and groom and three members of the W.C. are and Mrs. Clemons of Hellbronn.
\
Her only ornament, a gift from gold wedding bells and decorated e
Invited to the WOW Hall Tues-
r the bridegroom, was three strandsof with lilies of the valley and rose Mr and Mrs. James W Deaver are pictured above leaving day night. May 11th to a covered

pearls buds. Around the cake were plac- the church following their! marriage here last Friday dish Also there will be
[ Miss Mildred Thomas, serving ed small sprays of white carna- supper. I About Time! I
her evening (Photo by Chris Newborn) initiation at this time. Mrs. W;
;11 sister as maid of honor was tions and tube roses tied with CALVIN JOHNS
L. Andrews president urges: all
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in blue taffeta -
gowned hyacinth white satin bows. At either end -
; with a bustle In back. She wore of the table were placed low bowlsof Cherry Street.Outoftown. Birthday Parties members to be there., Bradford County's sedate courthouse -
blue taffeta gauntlets and carried white carnations and white PHONE 41
wedding guests In getting the new look -
'ff a crescent shaped corsage of sweet peas. The silver appoint- were: Mrs. E. V. Roberts and Mrs. For Young HonoreesMary Surprise Party at least. on top.
< STARKE FLA.
shattered pink carnations with ments on the table were used in Vance of Brunswick Ga., Mr. and For Dr. KaufmanDr. The new gray roof going on ,
f liver buds tied with silver and serving small Individual cakes Mrs. H. B. Peyton, Charles Nas Katherine Wainwright this week Is the result of a con-
1 Ji blue satin ribbons. Her. head- with tiny pink rose buds on top, worthy,. Howell Nasworthy Mr. was honored on her sixth birth- J. Warren Kaufman was de- tract let by the County Commis-

l piece was of blue tulle. mints, tinted pink and white with and Mrs. George Darlington and day anniversary last Friday aft- lightfully surprised at a birthday -' ___ ______ __u____ _____ __
The bridesmaids were Mrs D.I small sprays of lilies of the ;valley I daughter Eleanor and James Haw- ernoon with a garden party given party given in his honor by .,
r E. Powell of Miami, Mrs. S. G. and mixed nuts. of Jacksonville, Mrs. D. E. the Ladles '
thorne by her mother, Mrs: J. R. Wainwright Auxiliary of the Presbyterian -
Denmark and Mrs. D. L. Thomasof Miss Alma Thomas directed the Powell and Miss Helen Edmond- Church Wednesday even-

: Starke. They were gowned in guests /to the bride's book, attended Hon of Miami Mrs. W. L. West ing April 23. Gibbs CATSUP 14 -1 1
. The three-tiered pink and green oz. -
; pink taffeta identical to the bride'sdress. by Mrs. Carrol Quarter and daughter, Dorothy Mrs. Sim The setting for this occasion
cake with six candles was
Taffeta gauntlets were man of Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs. Went and Mrs. Theda Smith of green
,,,I worn and they carried hyacinth Charles Flveaah, of Atlanta, Ga., Palmetto, Mrs. H. D. Booth Mrs. the center of interest on the re- was Stump the home spacious, which yard at had the F.been F, 2J
freshment table which carried out GRAPE JAM lib. 2
blue crescent shaped bouquets of -
. blue carnations with silver buds sisters of the groom. Mrs C. H. Sam KInard, Mr..and Mrs. Rich- the same ,pink and green color strung with lights. Roses and jar
Nasworthy cut the wedding cake :
ard Keens and Mr. and Mra' H other flowers of the season were

Little tied with Kay silver Hart and served pink,as ribbons.flower and Mrs. was Paul assisted Canova in, Mrs.serving W., by L. H. Gertner of Gainesville.Housewarming scheme.Miss Kate Struth led the .42 used at vantage decorate points the around tables placed the PEACH JAM lib.l can- 2 2r

girl and wore an exact replica of West, Mrs1. Lucian Conner, Mrs. youngsters in games. ,

] the bride's dress in pink taffeta Paul Faulkner, Mra. Ted,Osborne, 'At .Assisting the hostess in caring yard.
and carried a, miniature-crescent Mr. Guy Sale. 'Mrs.':*Freeman Muhlhofer Home *rt for the little guests were Mrs. Mra. B. C., Holtzendorf ,chairman r PEANUT ,BRITTLE 1 lb.'can 2
shaped corsage of blue earnaU ns.'i Register Jr., and ''Mr*: W B. R. J. Kidd, Mrs. Glenn Wood and .in charge of the dinner was ,
The ring bearer Bill' Green,' was assisted by members of the Auxil-
Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofei Mrs. Charles Darby.
dressed in a white-suit and carried After spending some time with entertained at a lovely housewarming iary.About

a white.satin pillow which their guests the bridal couple left Sunday April 25, al The Service Center, beautifully :50 guesti, members of FRESH FRUITS & VEGETAB1!
held a single calla lily and the on a wedding trip to New Or- their cottage on Kingsley Lake decorated with Easter lilies antI the: congregation, and other friends
leans. The bride 'traveled in a Beautiful spring flowers and mul spring flowers was the scene of were present to help Dr Kaufman Silver King Fresh Sugar Crowder
suit of light blue wool with a ticolored plastic bowls of Florida a delightful birthday party honor- celebrate the occasion. Self Rising

b ss KILL L..s IT*INJI"talM FOR 35c.' blouse of baby pink crepe. She fruits formed the setting for the ing little Dianne Colson, daughterof ,Mrs. Edward Charbonneau accompanied FLOUR Or Blackeyed PEAS, 2 Ibs. .
I and Mrs. R. A. Colson, last Mrs. ,
wore a pink hat adorned with buffet Mr. by E. M. Davisat

If not pl..d IN ONE your HOUR.money back. ....1. pink organdy flowers. The outfit Among supper.the guests present were Saturday afternoon. the piano, sang three beautiful Lge. Fancy Bleached CELERY, ea.
.ny dr'igxlit! for this STRONG funaleid. was accompanied with white ac The pretty white birthday cake selections. 25 1.63
: TE-OU. Mad with 90% .lebhol. Robert Arbrose of Edison Park;, 11Jsa -
'It PENETRATES. Ruchia mad kill. cessories. Her corsage consistedof was decorated In pink, topped with
MORE ....m. ON CONTACT.* Today t a single white orchid. Upon 111., Mr. and Mrs. W, Kronenber- four pink candles. The little New River WMU Texas YeL ONIONS lb. -11 1

KOCH DRUG STORE their return to Starke in a week gee, Mr. and Mrs. N. Maxwell, guests all received pink and blue Country StylePURELARD' ,
the young couple will be at homeIn Mr, and Mrs. H. VanVleet, :Mr. horns an favors, while enjoying Holds MeetingAt

DAN'S THE MAN the Carter apartments onSpecial and Mrs. Harley Strong and Mr. their refreshments of ice cream, Raiford ChurchThe Golden Ripe BANANAS lb. -

-n_ _,_._ _._ _,_._,_,_O_ _._IIa- and Mra. Stienhagen, all of cake and candy. ,
Miss Kate Stiuth led the chil- Baptist WMU of the New
starke Mr. and Mrs.: T. R. Green 31be jar 99c
dren in games played In the yard River Association heM! its quar-
: and son of Jacksonville, Mrs. W. and In the Center. terly meeting at the Raiford Fancy LEMONS doz. 21 2
molher :: Sheehan of New York, and Miss
the hostess with servo ,
bag Assisting church on April 9 with 53 members Best Illue Rose ,
LaVenle of Wlnston-Salem,
Evelyn ing were Mrs James Seymour present. The church was attractively -
'N. C. Mrs. Dewcy Warren and Mrs. Tru RICE SWEET CORN
man Wing. decorated for this oc- ea. -


WAN'S THE MAN Mrs.Dlanne's O. B. Colson two of grandmothers Broker and casion Mrs. with C. C.spring Black, flowers.retiring president 3'lbs. 45c Fresh TOMATOES lb. 2
"niHHuiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiu" 'piunwwouu.nen.aa'uuuuuAR" -
Mrs. F. F. Flume of Starke were called the meeting to order

11, among the 45 guests present to and presented the gavel to Mrs.

help her celebrated the occasion. m. D. Tenly, acting president! for *

.. the remainder of the church year. SUGAR IBS.Factory 421
STARKE FLA.Sun. i Circle Two WMUCircle The theme on which the pro- ::

gram was baaed was "For laud
FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY Two of the Baptist WMU
and Home, and every Land".
met in the Church ,Tuesday after- After appointment of committees SAVO BLEACH
iGiifS NCO
I IDana
noon for the regular meeting.
BEST
and and other business was tak- QUALITY MEATS 0c
Twenty-one members one Half gal.
en care of, Mrs. J. W. Pearce
Andrews, Merle Oberon visitor, Including two new mem-
gave; an Interesting and inspiring ___
Nylon'HOSE ... __ Shorts S: News __ ___... bers were present. message on the subject.
During the business session, During the afternoon session Tender CHUCK ROAST lb. 59c Large'OCTAG1SOAP !
Turn 11 ONLY I the leader, Mrs.W. .
M May presided over by the Pine Grove, WMU presented a bar WMMBMi

4 Razor's Edge for. L.the Andrews quarterly, plans meeting were to made beheld was playlet both entitled beautiful"Service"and InstrucIve. which- Tender ROUND STEAK lb. 65c "
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at the church on May 29. Levy Canova, Jr., and T, Merita. Large

.1 The community mission chair- K. :McClane, Jr., R. A. members
r1 I<8 Tyrone Power, Gene man, Mrs. W.. R. Morse reported Htarke Church
Shorts & News from the :! presenteda Branded WHITE BACON lb. 35c LAYEROCAKE
_-- -. .- a veteran family having their skit on R. A. work. -

Ued. Thura. May 12. 13 home and all possessions destroy The nominating commltte presented For Mother's Da1.00e&
e .. ed.. Members were asked to give
DOVIlLE ..r.TIREI their report nominating
riI clothing, houiieholu furniture, etc. Mrs. Beulah Harrell, Children Meaty NECK BONES lb. 19c
this ,
to
51 GUAGE Secret Beyond needy family.At Home Chairman, and Mrs. Mc-
the close' of the meeting Glyn as Stewardship Chairman.The .
30 DENIER, I Mrs A. J. Thomas, hostess, invited acting president named a SMOKED BACON lb.
THE DOOR the group to Mrs Carrie Ingram's committee to draw up a constitution 59c SHORTENINC
?* IRREGULARS Sweet Shop for refreshments.The and by-laws for the Asso- I !
JUliO Bennett Michael Ut'd-
next meeting will be held latioit.. Members of this com-
"1 4r .e graveBUSH with Mrs. P. M. Barefoot on June mittee are: Mrs; H. L. Hough BUTTER Brook 1d89c 1.29
And 4 Ibs.
1. Starke; Mrs. H. B. Arwood Law-

i. tey: Mrs. M. O. Harrell, Brooker
PILOT Hembrees Are Hosts and Mrs. J. W. Pierce of Staike
officio members.During 1 lb. canFRUIT
; Ii04lill IIu the hour the women .
ALL noon
SHAVESROBBINS'98c .
,Also New COCKTAIL -, 20c 2 for.
of the Raiford WMU served a
and )11'.. J. M Hembree en-
lunch on'the church
delicious -
i i i\ Frl. Sat. May 14 IS tertained at a dinner party Tuesday
;' DOUBLE FEATCRRBUFFALO evening of last week In celebration &rounds.The No. 2 cansGrapefruit: 1 lb. canPEANUT
committee to nominate of. .
of their wedding anniver BRITTLE
: sary. The dinner table, covered leers for the coming year was JUICERS for 20c
with a white linen cloth was cen- elected from the floor as follows: *
J RIDES AGAIN tered with sweet peas In pastel Mrs. Nancy Harvey, Raiford; 12 oz. W. HouseAPPLE
flllvhard Arlen Jeanette Holt shades. A variety of spring flow Mrs. H. B. Arwood Lawtey; Mrs. MILTON PEAS, Can 12c JELLY .. 1
AndPainted ers were 'placed at vantage points R. A. Thomas Starke; Mrs. C. F.
throughout the living room and looker, Pine Grove; Mrs. W. T.
[ Desert dining room. Crosby. Corinth; Miss: Lubedia

Inholster., Brooker; Mrs. Hugh Silver Cow
Helping the Hembrees to cele- MILK 39IIRADFORD
rain Shorts Johnson* -Srlal Ray M hitley brate the occasion' were Dr. and tldham.. North Pleasant ,Grove. 3 tall cans

Values 1 use.ns.n.nmm.nensm"" ms..ws-ssar.mig, ''- Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mr. and :Mrs' The place of the next meeting, ,
The Of
Store .... Roy Ward and. Mrs, J. C. TInsley which will be a Young People's
DAN'S TUB MAN: of Cape Clrardeau, Mo. Rally, will.be announced later.



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and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks and J. L. j r.r r.
Mixon Simmons I
M. spent Sunday Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
l\Irs.\ A. had as guests daughter, Julianne of Tallahassee visiting? Mrs. Simmons in Jackson' Douvilla. will be Interested to Deeds Show Will Attend Guard _ _ _ \, I

& Ii""n pent the weekend with the R. A. ville. r ; I .
and lonll Mrs. Simmons
lal'\'eY' WOn Weeka. la staying know that they recently moved Realty TransfersThe Meeting At Camp '

and Donalll( allot with her sister Mra. T. W. from Minnesota to Jacksonville.Mrs. f I '

lrold I DAJS-S'\ THE! MAN Nichols In Jacksonville while tinder Douvllle Is the former Miss following are among the Capt. T, K.: McClane. Jr.. and '1.'I r rI j ," .
.f"
:k..nd; Mrs. 0. 1C Bennett I James Burnham of St. Petersburg doctor's care. Marjorie Critter of Starke.1).IN' the more Important deeds recorded In 1st Sgt. Albert 1.. Crosby Jr.. '' '" I ,
\
have courthouse here .
visited his
sister during the
Jacksonville Mrs.
Hazel
of Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and $ TilE MANA. : of Hq. Co. 2nd Bn.
124th Inf.
KIm cottage past few weeks: 'f" t i
BuntS Simmons over the weekend.Dr. :\ ,
Fdward : daughter Dorothy Claire" B. Baker .
In H.
: were E. Tucker and '
:tIe! for the eurotjfuI ., Irving Singer, who has been Palatka I Wary M. Phillips and C. M. will attend a meeting of representatives '. f1 +,'
Lake shopping last Maurice Edwards ,
Saturday.Mr. will attend the
glley conducting a special examination Phillips to A. J. Lutey; Lot 9 and from all Florida National ,,1 It. !' : ,
and Mrs. H. C. Lions Club State convention at St.
Wall
had
at the local I east half of lot 10, Block 36 ofPeek.s Guard
Units
schools at
Fabrics byd program the Camp Blandlng
Cotton as their Sunday guests. Col. and Augustine, May 8th, 9th and 10th. Addition. h
month has been next
past transferred Sunday for the purpose of ILH
at STU\lp.S.; I IIly to Clay County where he will Mrs. Ralph W. Cooper and daughter Mrs. A. N. Holliday and children Coy Stephenson to Bert E. discussing future plans for the ,

Tillman F. Hutto Gay, of St. Augustine and Arthur and Hope and Mrs. Aldridge lot 11 blk 16
in Liv-
fld Mrs! carryon the same program. I iise by enlisted men of the Camp I i- .t-i-i t'S' i iI.
//of Jacksonville were Paul Knight of New York City Col. and Mrs. M. C. SnyJer of O.'L. Haynes will leave Monday ingston. Truby, & Co.'* additionIn Reservation for summer homes 'I. '\

,\\lpatl, >! at' :.1r. and :Mre.uttO. .I spent last week with his parents, Jacksonville for Detroit, Mich., whenf they Section 28, Township 6 east and recreational purposes. c. ;t"I i r I''

CoL and fra. D. E. Knight. He Star Brand \V*.rk Shoes for will two visit friends and relatives for range Bust Including house.W. Capt. McClane and Sgt. Crosbywill 1 depends on ) 1'r 'p f fi
Dance given weeks.
Barn waa accompanied by a friend! Men, at STUMP'S.Mr. :M. Whltten heirs to M. S. represent the local Guard

fcksonvllla Hairdresser Charles Blum, also of New York. and Mrs. I... D. Vining are Star Brand Shoes for Ladies' Hayes sections 28, 29, 30, township unit at the mooting. i" .I', : ,
last (
'
!' jnesJay, evening of :Mr. Knight is Production Directorfor driving lIf,... Vlning'a parent Mr. at STUMP'S.Mrs. 3, range 21 near Conner 'C quality ,drycleaning (

: Elm Lee Hickey, the National and Mrs. W. L. Joiner Emmett bridge on New River road in Star Brand Shoos ),
were W. J. EP-: Broadcasting to Dublin Ralney and daughter for Cirls: C Ji .
ro dll'sy. Mrs. JuJ1nll.\|Company, In Radio telty, N. Y. Oa". on Saturday where the Joiners of Freeman, Va., are visiting Western section. and Boys at STUMP'S. f .
Ruby Robert E. ,
Wrs. Southern to HermanW.
Jr. gjid Star Brand Dress Shoes will go on to their! home In Mrs. Rainey's parents, Mr. and = = .- : C I
Landruni Is leaving) for Clement lot 7 blk 23 In Temples ,
Mrs. i
Atlanta.Mr. Green.
Ink Floyd IIVN'S TilE MAN H
York City onmiut a :Men, at STUMP'S.Guy \ addition. : }
for rNeW f and Mrs. J. T. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Frailer Shaw
and
business trIP Sale and Charlie Oakes William N. VollhanSt to Carl ; '
freeze through' early summer j'l
Miss Eunice Lawson of Auburn- spent!] Wednesday visiting Mr. 4 t.
attended
DVV3 THE MANIndaWntsofMr. I the Shoe Show at Savannah dale were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Shaw's sister and family the J. Harton, 11 1-2 acres on State ZACII II. ()IT.I.\S weather with 'the assurance. th a t \ : t "' .',

and Mrs. Ga., Monday through Wed- A. B. Woodham In Jacksonville on G. Tomlinsons in St. Augustine.Mrs. Road 100. ATTOKNKYTtionV you'ro always chic, always fresh, always i. ;t, i
I nesday. R. H. English to the '
1 'on CountyCommlslllon..r .
Sale at their home j Sunday. Martha Hazen had her 3-I51S dainty. Our modern cleaning I I' I
I as
Ewell Lawson
who underwentan M. O. Harrell P. .
Mrt.' John]
1 Lake will\ be Sale of emergency appendectomy Sunday DAN'S TIlE MAN guests the early part of the week D. Reddish, E. I... Crawford J. L. S3Vost AiMey Street technique is the dependable,. safeway )I' t p r

d Miss Lota Mrs. Jack Sale Is getting along as well as Mr. and Mrs. W. 1<::. Thornton her son and family of Palatka Wynn and T. C. Chastain and JA'CKSON! ILJ.K. VIA. that not only insures that cool 'fash- j it.fonright' .'

Mr and of ValJosta I can be expected.Rev have had an their guests, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benka. Also their successors In office 50 ft look but also] prolongs the t ',I, ,}. ..

aba I Sale Charles Allen of PInellas Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, son Billy and here on an Indefinite stay Is an- property adjoining old Jail property life of your apparel. Always come .; :' ,!

Park former minister of the daughter( Oran, of Wlldwood other son, Owen, fiorn, St. Louis on Broadway A UTOMOI I I. E here for dry cleaning of.: perfection. ,' :"" l .

GIVES :Presbyterian Church, was visiting from Thursday through Sundayand Mo. J. T. Reddish deeded to trustees LIABILITY IVSI'K.\NCBAltlumgh t .

friends here a few days last week. Miss Selma Bronson of Ladies Dresses all sizes, atSTUMP'S. of Church of Ood. Lawtey. not rompuNoin' It It I i

when coldmiserleistrike DAN'S THE !MAN Orange Park on Saturday. N. H. Harris, Jeff Prevail and! much enter l ii> carry IJahllll.vfniurnnoe. PHONE 135 \ r .

Iil Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Dianne Clllen and Martha Ann Bobby Clatzau was the guestof Jim Baxley 1 acre In Section 20 I represent only sill l ROUT. I..n A Temple' J i--1:

are expected home this weekend Winkler spent the weekend with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and township 5, South, ramie 22 eivft line, reliable stock rompnnlen.Y .

RELIEF from their three weeks stay in I Dlanne's grandparents, Judge and Mrs.V.. A. Scott Friday and Sat- A. T. Andrews to Marklce Starling I hiinlnPN will l be n|>prtclated. GUI?EN, 'f!! SIS, J ; :
FAST 122 acres section 12, town .. \
Ashevnie, "N. C. Mrs. Guy Glllen In Lake City. urday. He has just completed a ,
ship 0 ,range 22. house and farm Owner Ave.STAKKE .
two .
FtI: Cole visited hilt sister, Mrs. year enlistment In the U S. 12!> \V. Cull StreetOiiMaite
known as the Percy Starling or I Ir
last Navy and was enroute to his Bradford <' TI'I./trallh
Marli Williams In Marianna | 0. /
home in DcLand) from LOll An- John Andrews farm. t I'
weekend. Ceo. F. Gurth- J'hollo' I 31 I II
A. D. Crosby to
Calif.
geles,
FLA. ;:
Mrs. Proctor Snow of Dayton': DAN'S THE MAN Inn, house and farm on highway; I N. I). Wninwriitht. Jr. ,, I : ( i
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ATTENTION .... Beach I... the guest. of Mr. and 200. south of Starke Airport. 5- -- -" 1- {; .t, It I

Mrs I., D. Vinlng the latter part a I Demos D. Johnson to James L. (', II
of this week. Starling 80 acres west half of .1 .. I't
Clay I, [I

Tobacco Mrs. M. C. Ford has returnedto Hill the SE quarter of section 15, (ONLY ONE) ____________________ I 'J rl
her home in Sumter, S. C., township 7. range 21. ''i '
[
after spending a month here'wlth fly Lura Bunren' Mohr Anna B. Hansen of Milwaukee, I [

her mother Mrs. W. D. Faxon. Ponca, Nebr. WIIf., to Bert D. Aldridge of Used SOFA BED 24.95.i. : -; .
Growers - ; nt
While Mrs. Ford was visiting ,'e e e S e Starke section 28 township 6 ,
22, lot 12, block 3. '
here her husband, Capt. Ford lange L I.
'
%%hereba I r..Jn''Ith the robIn -
P. E. Slkes Bradford, County 1 "
In Jet plane flying at a I
DO.V'T WAIT Let Us Write Your school qualified in Arizona. *' return and the Springtime; to J. H. Buss. Breaker: the South This Sofa la In Good Shape !, : 1 II

HAIL INSURANCE NOW I meditate more antI mote doing half of the NW quarter and the '* I .1 ; I
I Id.1
The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. the worthwhile thing In lift. :
North half of SW quarter of Sec REAL BARGAIN I i igffffJTBeautifu1 II''
Martin was the scene recently of I wish life to be so spent J :
my 1 7 S. IB E !
Township range containing t 'I
a happy reunion when they had That when I ,
H. C. WALL AGENCYConstant pass away 160 acres.'' Farm and, : 'I I
as guests Mrs. Martin's sisters There may be those who did [foil He. I r

Mrs. A. M. Enderlin of Asheville receive solace thru I ,
some I
my
M. M. Matchett. Hampton tn
Service Over 50 Years N. C. Mrs. J. F. Allway and Mrs. : '
stay. Roht'rtV.. Drake Keystone I B d 39.50
Please Phone 146LASSIFIED Chas. Pickhardt of Miami; a For if I have calmed i tremb--I Heights; Lot 4 of nik A of Mt. aye s r :; ;

Mrs. Tompkins of ,
niece. George ling hand
San Francisco Calif. and Mrs. Pleasant Sub-niv. on Silver Lake: 1JLI Maple & Ivory Colors Strong Springs ,
Or soothed! a heart in pain house and lot. t. : / .

Martin's brother and sister-in- I reckon that my path thru .T. n. Lflmniirenux of nmclford, 'I

law, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. Brown of life t ,' ,
County to Julius Rechor of Flora- INNKItSIMIINC "I
Richmond Va.IAN'S. Has not been trod In vain. I home: lots 3 and 4 of Blk 13 of BABY MATrRESSESt

TilE :MAN: The above lines were written I the town of Hampton In Sec. 30. :i ,

MI', and Mrs. Alfred E. Rogersof by a country doctor. Somehow T 7 S, R 23 K:, according to the ... ? :

H.U-m.\KS, typewriters' FOR RENT-3, 4 and 8 rormi apart.Inents San Francisco, Calif., were recent they seem to apply to my life G. S. and F. Survey of said Townof ""' !
II nil and iltipi vat tng rnai ; some have electric ; it -7 -1'\)1\\ nET & ''K- ,
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i. cash rcglfter office fur- .> .., wiiter-heatem.. 1 rvfrlKrator with I guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. and that of my husband. Our liveare Hampton, and, on which lots! Is ; se-a 39.501"- I I''

law book. cane*. .afe electric ranie; 2 with Inclo. Connell at Whispering Pines filled with the sorrows of located the Old Hampton Bank r
'dunn. I.
Mfpl eablllnrkcm '
Ktnraire ,
porche IncloMPii 1
.. and helving, chow ,mowed. lawns. Nice yards for phlldren., power. Lodge. ,Mr. Rogers Is an en others whom we try to make aeasy Bid*., : ..11 ,

I.HiKhiHt., crude to thal ALSO !P-OH HAMS. Hush and Bon gineer and he and Mr- Connell and light as possible. Those Foster Shi Smith Starke to
l* t New and used. 1..argt.MtiiFhrIlu. plow for cutting flreUnen.; several deep In grief of the loss of loved Marvin E. Rosier. Starke lots 3 4'OItNKU "IVrfwtMattress Mi..ewn". I f :'
PKKDUK'8.; 11lUiirn eo.lb. raIls for cattl<"-Rnp,,; a.v. were former' associates In California : f- tIr
'. Si. Ja..k.onvllJt., 2.'I. .eral government radio r>eelvlnw. Before returning home, MrJ, ones so need" help. I know that and.4 of Blk 1, Wynn's additionto
..
I2 INNlmSPIUNG'
SAME! SPOT
6-1SU *ls little lined; nutrhlnetit tool' they can feel that I sorrow with City of !Starke' and i In S
L lOt518 anil chant; IB DP.loo batteries r tniwprklnir. and Mrs. Rogers toured South being What-Not f ] ; It :

'. condition battery FlQrida. and were accompa lel\\ 'on them and sympathize as I give NW 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Section. 28. ... '
rharg; M'idel A''pickup .t."Uik" ; : them that kindly pat and go T 6S 22 E. "' .. l
Range
MtTTHESSES. '
!: i I -Md.l T'settiin' WltM( ifxtra Sfiifl ... part'iof tifc'trip'tytn'eTJcJnperts.1Maiden STANDS ;,
| OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED I Mrs.. C. O. Wynn, located I mile Form Brassieres and quietly about the needed tasks, :. '
from city line last beat In four vo'ks.' Ad'l Mahogany FinishONLY .
: bridge east of We burled a father only forty- erg : ONLY j
Stark. nv..r'Ct from new }llanding Garter Belts at STUMP'S.Fred I '
children he left the yolks one at a time and beat. r I
Such lovely '
one. t..
hlgrhwuy at lance white rul-
den. with the cnttRKennnd bar"... Y. Cooper o fBattle Creek.Mich. behind, and a sorrowing wife. ;I This spreads no nicely.I : ,

Aim both new for" 1125.milch cow' with ea.lt-. ., spent Wednesday night of went with Don in the hearse to went to church Raster Hun-' 49.50 l'' '

!4rJ tf last week'with his sisters Mrs. take him to Martinsburg. a town day. We had communion. I so en- 9 95. r JM1 "

W D. Faxon and Mrs. E. J. Flynn. miles from here. I enjoyed Joved the walk to church anti the : 1 4 Comfort ; .
eight
fNSURANCK write all IIn...- He will. visit relatives In Tampa, some ''f
.
fire automobile. liability and the ride since the roads are services. I do believe that life Several Shelves ID The Word [ i

life See. me for _your" Insurance Mobile, and Pensacola before returning now.\Vhoopeel! The robins grows more easy and better as _. \ ,. ''fI' 1 ., '
dry - V r.
Fl need N. D. Walnwrlg-ht 129 ""
Jr.
KMTl'KEtElPIIOLSTERED: home. 1!
the ,
heads I
years glide over our ,
W. Call St.. Phone 164. itt have returned to us and are hop-
Mrs. Viola Strickland has returned pine about on the lawn hunting and turns them to silver. The year IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT i : : 1 '

.ND REFINISHED: NsW RK.MINOTOM. ,PIIHTADLP.tvpewrll..r. ; to her home In Miami One warm morning I touch our hearts, and we love aech t .
Bradford CountvTelegraph. worms
limp> I'll A card tf after spending a week with her other and understand the" trials '
heard,! them singing their nesting '
TI.NCS I: ITTRESS CO. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and II of those about Seems heart jt i
FOR HAM-5, : iro i30 Palatka, FU. ('hur..h001./ Modern. Hot wati-r. Mrs. Hurt Ellington. While her and! fat, I know they must have Is overflowing with love and good FurniturA92 tl1f ;
}l'rlf 12600 $1000 caul. Apply she attended the funeral of her there with will. I wish all who read this ('ouldr..el : !
down
410 Center St. UpWKLl. had, a lot to eat
FOR SALE brother-in-law A. S. Strickland.DAN'S all. My crocus and hyacinthsand the same, and to look up at PHONE 151 :
you .
: IW1M-1NO:: fleet equipment THE MAN Our lawn Is that; lovely sky above you be It '1' i
.
reasonable prlcnx: "No tulips are up.
I.BF.DItOOll rulhn'e, water. no pay!I" See John Ma. ..- Friends will be glad to know The bluegrass soon blue or even grey, Cod Is with us ,I r : '
getting I I'II
:.111 01 $Iarke, jll"t com- varill, Jr.. lit Joe's rirlll' 3 ml. that Rev. J. W. Griffis Is backat green. ever near. and such a comfort. .
Cheap for half north of Starke on Halite 2oil /Beta green when the snow .Ieavt's. I I
caah.
IS building with 4tp 1-14 I his home on Center Street Nothing can hurt us much In this g H' 1\\ "
concrete of wild
flock
I saw a great geese > !
'I north I.C fJlandln& Ceo- after spending six months In aveteran's life as long sews have hop here- ;
.10. al cnMt., Ft, t 11IC.ST': 4-room house, modernhot : : going north the other evening \ i
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hospital at Memphis after and Cod Until next week ; I
I IT '
and' ""crete Block water. UnfurnlMhed. On when I went to get the mail. I -"j--::
h.Rn'HI.Prli-e In town. Church St. Rent $::10 mo. Apply ; Tenn. Before that he spent i a I:i Just made Nome candy with nuts "
''JR, hair 410 and watched, them. They
Center tit. stopped
tinea, a'8"&S'S", 1:1'; at
veteran's hospital
year" In the with the last and It Is good. I will tell you how < 1 I
beautiful
f.fltE:. Cement Clam. Block, FOR MALE CHEAP 1941 1I-ln,1( Lake City recuperating from Injuries were RO white next time. God bless you all. n.
nd. jip., Ford truck, heavy duty light of day .shining on their ; :
0"ir.te Stepping tr..mllnl.'j automobile
received In an Lore _LURADAN'STHE iti'
House .
Pie... Motar Mix, Ion.' Cab but no body. breasts. They were in the familiar : i
I doWL small amount of used lumber. accident. q ,":,j.N t'I '
nick hauling- Fill dirt for eh@ap. Starke Ice Co. tt Little Paula Gillen, daughter ot V-shape formation. They said"HonkHonk" MAN'tHUNTER ,.., .
if 'were 9 te 1
they
as 'I
LOTS I In city ilmitte of -APAKTMK.VT 2 bedrooms. llv Patrolman and Mrs. Hal Glllcn \ : h ,
.., .
OI high ground, Inn dining kUchenprivate glad to be back north. "
UOO room' room .
up. tonwilectomy at the ,
"I $120 per mo. bath. Two porchei soil I underwent a Helpful Hints. I have a pal who I I .
tny type of building con. Karaite All rooms large. Fur- Alachua County Hospital on Tues the stiff V.HY 1i I 101 I HJr
nlwhed.' Rpattoaable. Located .1 lines liquid glue to put ,...; I j .;
1.1X1'1I Oalv."laed. PIpe. 421 W. MaillHon Mm. O. Jacobs day.Mrs. freshness back In the curtains that : II ':"1 t .
L.o 0Ar) $U.50 per" ;yard In 710 Jefferion, Miami Beach Flu' : Effle Johns had as her are ATTIC FANS// ; .' f; ( I
I" Ioalq. Ztp 6-7 and :Mrs.V, are laundered. After they i '
Rev.
0810 EaiEpRiQ Co.1'Urde : Sunday guests, washed and rinsed she puts one .f .1]
.
.boe. IHlIADI FOR SALE: 5-room modern houa. G. Smedlev of Lake Butler, Rev. In a gallon ot i., i i'\
of liquid glue
hot water." Also 3-room lottAfr and Mrs Dickens of Jacksonvilleand tbps. ,. i ii I
: $4,600 $1,600 down. Apply -41J Put them thru that.
water.
to I warm
orctar: Photo. and wife, Mr. and '>
her
Crtfjcatou. Center St. 4tp 5-21 nephew .
coffee
Llcana.. ato. I rather my I.
I make or prepare
.I'cUon nC Smith of Jacksonville .. ? ''
L. C.
moulding 10 Mrs. "
.om, All wnrk .aranle..r'! FtXiWKHS FOR MOTH BUS DAY ready for the fire In the eve ; i iy"
nOOn Place your order now for Moth Beach. ,
c.onr: & OJF" nlng. One can measure the water '
r'a Day flower Gladioli priori Patterns in stockat
ti1TTtIt from 7So up.' Davis Uron.' Glade Simplicity put In the coffee and set It handyto ; i't t
(; : Will Farms, Lawtey ftp STUMP'S. firs
laka the
l care of place on the stove
\hh'II.(dRY, hloch 0. hour.hnol at your- 81"1'IAI.. tiny It with flowers Ito)' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green attended thing In the morning. If you usea .:
II gr&deaIlonabte Gladioli direct from t h Cgrower State Federation otWoman's f'4 (
your the
,
U rat .. Call and nave for Mnther'HDay common coffee pot It Improveshe &
Davl Bron.. Jlads. Farm. Clubs meeting In St. flavor to stand in the ool< : 11'K
... ___ of last week. :
I Ijiwtey. tip Petersburg: Thursday: onion ,
*. H'l'R(' ; TIMBER : water all night. To remove
NOV 'OH "' Thoroughbred- Collie Mr. and )Mrs. Herbert IJpai len odor from the hands! rub them

dull". about 19 mn. old. ltea.onablyprluid. Thursday for Macon, Ga, to spendMother's mustard. I hold a
est t and
| Cash" Prices Paid For further. Information weekend with Mrs. with salt :
writ. Hazel Field. flux 84. Day couple of matches In my mouth ;;
Stark lip Deal's mother MI"! R. O. Strip- the
onions to keep
ft' BirvYx 'when I clean
OR nULl i fool locker $1 llng, Jr. from making me wenp :
]\ UNIT 'OH MALI}-Army onion 'A ,
each fee Hilly Jacknon. I UI I).*N'S THE' MAN small saucer upside
Try putting a
DWI l\ \v"nr, FOU SAUK liMIJ: IXirlne "OUpot. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Plttman and ,down In the meat plate and lav
Clood triinHportatlon 5 food tireit.Flmt son, Reaves of Statenvllle. Ga., Drains off : i
rp. 0. Ihx 463 1100 take. It William with Mr. and :Mrs.p. : your bacon on that. svIpp. -- .-,- .- -- -- -
(Gainesville; ukevlnw Cabin*, I ml. *o. Keystone spent Sunday the grease nicely and bacon Is less, Past P 2111MSUSITUIID !
Fla. Helirht on It.). 100. liD T McLaurin FAN
.
lite a- X>MT: Two rods and fishing rod :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and riap.Here Is Daisy Langs white cake' _a,., gs.vssSe.4 .sr fln Friends Florida ?! "i
postcard and, Evelyn To Throughout
ill and I races. on nrownlee road or Hl'a' daughter Lillian 3 cups flour, 3 tps. .baMnff: My Loyal .
Thursday Aprilft.
Ifle see ant drove road" Mother's Day with Mr MORE AIR DELIVERY
you. Finder please return to W. will\ spend powder, 1-4 tp. salt, 1-2 cup butter Construction double sealed '
Sturdy
Jr.
:.E: Z H. Urahant at Alvar Store and! and! Mrs. W. H. Thomson, or Spry 1 cup sweet milk. bearing makti additional lubrl" .

'"ltlvaror lur"lnlr y,1..PInvj. cnw, double receive vault reward. It and family in Montlcello. Beat all this together and add Mon unnecessary. My Most Sincere Thanks ,

I (put JuIla,H"ICord 1tn4 ;.1..0@ar Foil IlKNT: at Ijiwtey: :2 bedroom. Mr. and Mrs. P. I. McLaurin flavoring. I use a little lemon andItle QUIET OPERATIONKiaeclally

cyrue K.'Ion houe. complete bath. land.elertrli- and daughter. Paula. will!! visit Beat well and fold designed for quiet operation and has enabled to 4 '
2tp 15-1 water healer one acre Mrs. A. vanilla. and longer service Your devoted spirited support me win a <*!
TIt"II. :Mr.*. Joyce T. Futch-..wly.. Itp! M 's. McLaurln'a mother, frur braten tgj;: whites. Bake .
lttD.d :10 I( 'UII IIALI-IS: .1-room A. Tallevast. In. Hoboken Ga., on In 9-Inch cak! pans at 375 MOST ECONOMICALProven place in the Second Primary. With new supporters from all Lt '
1..I.h.. ale"I' ., 5')14 KK.NTt I'onvenient In two by .its-comparison. to all : '

..,VftIfl1)h. 1p....1at. @I.p00 i ... 1"nrer."In."m........ downstairs pvt. bath. garage Clean apt.and with pleaaanlI'tllltloi. Ictrllf- Mother's Mr. and Day.Mrs. Herbert Deal had degues I: put unsweetened this icing on B.I-mine: other. years fane of In service.leest: maintenanceover sides, and with your continued help and that of your friends s : ,

Carl L. Hurr Up, Mitchell.. tnr..l.h..d.302 \'". Mad-I.on.:Mra. J. UpKOH M Ie their guests Tuesday of last .chocolate, 1fJ"U. of chipped up and! melt. lei U. Skew Y.. TAle Greet ,... and neighbors, we will win the nomination in the Second Pri- j

T. and Mrs. A. M. DrownIng aol
werk. Mr. *
suirar.
with 'u'nIRhed 4-rnom KKNT: 8-room houne. ijriruirnlshed. 4tJd cups at powdered mary.
.0. .tn..e 1114 mod..rn. clOse In. '49 per" 'mo. Phoneft of Orlando. four tablespoons of butter 2 1-2 CHAS. C.
i.; :;- :r.. o. I,.. d, I IKOK of Daytona
Ha n.ii Mi.. Nat Sternberg lbs of hot water might take a ,

.,: 118n LfYrH MALt CHKAP> : See Mrs Beach was the guest of the Junius little more water If too stiff)

.10 take OVer ...r- Emma Murrhee next to Night Smiths a few days this week.DS'S SHEPHERDCourt FULLER WARRENALLFLORIDA'S
".''d' $ .al.r.hlp' In Starke Owl Cafe. Ca.h or term UP
"amfrm.l"Dllnl... !.. Oa.ollJwMBFlKIr1" _..! THE MAN DAN'S TIIK MANPhone 5 *
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.dan.
dII\.I.. .....ur.d.'dlnor FOB HALE 1931 Chry.lerradio .
bran,1 EXcllent Intl4 and h.ater. Recently o- & Madison 5th.ir .
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
1.'lIltl. ,
.atka, Writ. Bns hauled. Good tlr... Trice 1400.- 1 ,-
VIa., I"7
Rte. I. Box 4J7 52-J
It 114k'i.F.D Jean Drapeau f
: (old Hampton road) 'Stark.. F 11 .
It'"f> I t) SERVICE. : YOUR HOMB> all .umm..r. I Bk&y XyDE) 5 lVlCE Mrs. Hartmann I II (Political AdvertUfment raid for by Frlrnd 01 Fuller Uarrra. ) ,
Prompt COOL :
f t.l Let u. install an .ttl" ta". SHEPhERD I WI OliOW TMi ?OU S) $1
In AunK
( fK: RADIO SERViCE! Phon" L -sI .
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIO ._
PAGE SIX .\w _._
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eo'' -the Truby Parrtsha. Court and sauce wherein plaintiff April 1948.OFFICIAL. menclnir at the southwest cornerof I,seal at Starke. Florida,, thla 3rd known whore
seeks divorce. Bradford County ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, BKVi of NEW of said Section day of May I94S. resldene.
The boys of the Intermediateand Telegraph shall publish this Order Aa Clerk of said Court 36. thence run North 110 yards, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa You II
Young People's Union. atoutly Hampton In next four weekly ...u... John J. Henderaon Eaq.t tit. Aucna- thence run East 70 yards, thence Aa Clerk of said Court. June 7th are r"qulred
to
Evergreen Witness mr hand and official teal line. Fla, run South 210 yards, thence run John J. Henderaon Eaq., St. Aucuatlne Court 1048, In au",
': assert that they had a wonderful By Mm. M. C Sweeney at Starke, Florida, this April II>, Atty. for Plf. 4-16 4t J-J West. 70 yard a, containing 21 Fla. seeks and rau.... WArri...
time at the social given by the 1948 I acres, more or lean, together with Atty. for Plf. 5-7 4t 5-28 Telegraph. divorce. kradroroDl
By Mra. J. I). Ovemtreet (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas IN CIRCUIT COUNT BRADFORD the tenemanta thereto belonging.You tn shall Leslie McClellana Friday night A" Clerk o* said' Court. COUNTY. FLORIDA119 CHAN and each of you are requiredto next four W"okl pUblioh, Ibl,
six WYNN HONORED Hon. J. C. uurrincn, Law CERT.Benjamin. BRADFORD Witness I'ou...
e last. There were only girls MRS. Exchange file an appearance In said cause l!1 CIRCUIT COURT m"
hand
BlclaJackeonvllle, Fla. Rouse, Plaintiff, va. Ll. otherwise. the ale COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CIIANIKRY. seal at aad ,
off or wrestling Mrs. J. C. the on May 17th 1949 Starke
others visiting
the Honoring Wynn
( aicUfcwell ,
reaches for ale Rouse, Defendant
By the time thus press Atty. Plf. 4.16 4t 1-17 leirattona of said bill of complaint ; ot 3/ay Florida,
there'll be a few elected officersand with mumps) and IS: boys. former Mess Jeanette Parker Case No. 6472ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND will be taken an. confessed hy you. Made' Wylll., Plaintiff "'". CarlF. (OFFICIAL 1942 tbl
disappointed ex-candi I Not to be outdone they set two Mrs. O. P. Wa sworth and Mrs I:* nitrriT o>rnT. BRADFORD NOTICE! TO APPEAR Bradford County Telegraph ladenlirnated Wyllla, Defendant. Case No. SEAL) A. J.
many sat around them Anderson entertained at the COUNTY FlOKIDAl IN IHA.CKHT. \. STATE OF FLORIDA to: LlailMclHiwell aa the duly qualifiednewnpaper 8524 A. CI..rk. 71,
afire and J. I ot
.
couldn't stumps Job J. .
dates. We the people house, whose residence In which this Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION Bend..raon.
vote for every one-we Just had eating ice cream and cake. All home of the former on Thurs Betty Inahlnet.. ,.Plaintiff. John ia: Ralford, North Carolina. hall be published weekly In the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tine Fla. E"'..bit A
Andrew. Ina ln
t,
to do the best we knew how. So felt the need of coats. day afternoon of last week witha No. 503. Defendant Case You are required to appear on next four weekly. laauea. STATE Of FLORIDA to: Carl F. Atty. for pf.|
shower. ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND May 17, 194*, In the above named Witness my hand and the sealof 6.1 p
in cases. Miss Dorma Grlffis returnedlast delightful Starke, Bradford
hard to choose many NOTICE TO said Court at
from the Teachers' A bassinet decorataJ in APPEAR M Seeks divorce.ra BradfordpCounty County Florida, this April IS, 148. Not The Beatl"Cookt
Mrs. Quincy Roster and da ghter Monday gaily STATE: OF FLORIDA. to: John shall A. J. THOMAS, Why Enjoy .

Sybil Grlffis, served a fine Convention at Miami. She reportsa pink and blue holding a life sized Andrewa IP: star Inabln..t Koute, whose Swansea: residence, South In Telegraph next four weekly.publish:Issues this Order Clerk of said Circuit Court

dinner last Sunday in herfectly enjoyable time. doll baby surrounded with many Carolina. Witness. my hand and official Hollla V. Knight(OFFICIAL SEAL)

birthday All of us Evergreen folk and dainty gifts was presented to Mrs. You are required to appear on eal at ttarke, Florida, this April Oalneavllle.. Fla.Attorney 1
honor of Mr. Rosier. There were May 24. IMS. In the above namedCourt 9. 1948. Plaintiff
probably others will be deeply Wynn with an appropriate verse and cauae, wherein plaintiff OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thorn for
44t 5-7
present several .children of the interested In the marriage on May by Connie Sweeney.In seeks divorce. Bradford County A. Clerk of said Court --, .
Ray Leiden. fteKlea. EMIIdlna;. Day
Telegraph shall publish this Order
Rosier, also Walter Sapp David 30th of Miss Victoria Alice Young. a contest "Dressing the In next four weeklly issues I ton. Beach. Fla. IX CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD tvrmot lonuD SMS savx ,

1h Sumner and our pastor's family She is "Vicky" to us and U the Baby", Mrs. Lyle Anderson was Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 4-16 4t 1-1 CENT COUNTY FLOR1DAI IM: CHAN i

lovely girl who organized our the winner of an attractive prize. seal at Starke, Florida, this April Elizabeth Oll..tonIault..by.! Plaintiff Heating .RefrigerationFOR
U.I948. SI: CIRCUIT COI'RT. ,0Rt 'FORI> .
BTU. Her husband to be !fs James I Delectable refreshments of strawberry ( OFViCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. COUNTY FLOHIUAl 11: CHAN fend..nl.Oa., va. Clnmenceau... No. 65.11 MaultHby, I> ,
of Bennettsvllle ice cream, frosted Individual Aa Clerk;: of said Court. CI KY. OF PUBLICATION SERVICE CALLE.
RPENTER'SrPRESCRIPTION Bryan Braalngtoa 'Carlton O Plaintiff ORDER ,
k' A Prown. Attroneya at Law, Kenneth Flood va APPEAR
S. C. He is a junior at Stet cakes, nuts and mints were served Law. Exchange Ildg., Jaokionvlll. Alma H. Flood, Defendant. Case STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: Clemens I T. Shull Plumbing & Heating

son University a ministerial student by the hostesses. Fla.Attys.. for PIt 4-31 4t 514 No. ORDER'4SI\ OK PUBLICATIONAND ceau Maultaby. whose resident la LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144

president of his class and Out-of-town guests included NOTICE TO APPEAR unknown.You to
required on
are appear
Is 10 students Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth Jr. of IN: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD STATE' OF FLORIDA to> AlmaH. June In the above named
one of the outstanding 7th 1948
whole residence la
COl'MTV. Flood,
FLOItlUAl IN: CHAN- un Central Florida Gas & Applicance
wherein Co.
Court and plaintiff
of the university. Vicky Is Gainesville Mrs. J. L. Anderson OF.RY known. cause Bradford
Mrs. Albert Harry J. Helmrlrh. Plaintiff ".. Your are required 1 to appear. on seeks. divorce CountyTelv Phone 3752 Trenton Fla.
now secretary for the First Baptist Anderson, Mrs. Lyle Dorothy C. Helmrlch, Defendant. May 17. 1948 In the above namedCourt .raph shall publish this OrderIn I ,
r Church Deland. Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Wynn Cass No. 0504.ORDER and cause, wherein plalatlff next four weekly hand Issues.Wltn.s and .official,
3* the honoree. all of Stark OF PUBLICATION seeks divorce. Bradford County my
DAN'S THE MAN AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph' shall I publish\ this Order
STATE OK FLORIDA to: Dorothy In next four weekly l auenWltnenainiy .
WEINER ROAST C. ilelmrkh whose residence hand and official seal
t The Hampton Training Union In: <32 Commonwealth Avenue' at Htark, Florida. this April 14.
REAL ESTATE Bronx New York. New York. 1940
116t enjoyed a Weiner Roast and out You are required to ,appear. on (OFFICIAL Clerk A. J. Thoman
May 24. 1941. In the. above Aa of aald Court. TryYourA&PFood
List for sale door the Church named
;your: property;: party on Baptist Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Dan Kelly, (FVrnamllna Fin.Atly. I .
with me. I have sold maD1pieces grounds Thursday night of last seeks divorce.. Bradford County for rif. 4-16 4t 5-11 :

of property;: and have week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May In Telegraph .hull publlnh this Order '
next four weekly Innuea. iv: TIIH CIRCUIT:: rt rnT OF Store For These New
many prospective buyers. A were the Chaperones aad a moat Witness my' hand and offlolaVnoHlit nil AI>"'OB1I> ('01"1'''. KI.OIl.
i square deal is guaranteed. A pleasant time was had by all. 1949.Starke, .Florida this April 21, ll)'. if. ('MA\(''' HT.

fair commission Is all that I re- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mere (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas D. E. Knight Cue, et No.al. H77

PHARMACISTPhone quire. As a member of the rill Johns formerly of Hampton, J. C. Durranco Aa Clerk, Law of said Exchange Court. Plain tlfts. Low Super Store Prices V

Realty Board you may be will be Interested to hear of the Bid*., Jark>onvlll.., Fla. vs.William H fleshier. et al.
assured that I will represent recent arrival of their daughter \tty. for Pit. 4-33 4t 5-14 Defendant. 111 1'

64 STARKEQntheMinit ;you: to the best of my ability.N. Jennifer Jeannlne, In a St. Augustine IV riRCriT COI'BT. BRAnFORD AND ORDER NOTICB OF PUBLICATION TO APPKAIl White

Servict D. WAINWRIGIIT JR. Hospital.Mrs. COUNTY, FLORIDA IV: CHANCTKHY 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO'Ellxabeth Milk 3 tall cans 39c
H. Beahler whoie. realdence -
wii Kealtor.1- Phone 154 ; Ann R. Guy returned last Drew F.. .....more, Plaintiff. v.. la unknown and to all parties Fresh Fruits & Vegetables ours
Sarah Lena claiming
Baiemore, Defendant. having or ; any right
week from a two months visit Case No. 14U.ORDPJR title or Interest In the property
with friends and relative in NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND herein described. OREKTINQ notified!: that: OwnCampbell's Tea half lye 49J
TO APPEAR Your are hereby a ,
Georgia Alabama and Tennessee. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah suit has been. Instituted In the above -
Electric Service & Supply 1 Lena Haxemore, whole residence isunIinow. l named c.urt and eauae against
Sunday Mrs. Guy had as her .. William H. Beahler and you and Strawberries 2 pts. 49c
,; guests, Mr. and Mrs. Emory H. You are required to appear oa each of you a* defendants. by D. E.Knight Soup 2 cans 21c|
May 17th. 1948 In the above named and N. U Knight his wife Tomato ,
125 R. CALL ST. BTARKE, FLA. Guy of Washington D. C, and Court and came. wherein. plain. a* plaintiff to foreclose. mortgages .
r It Mr. and Mr. J. Fred Guy and tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County over the following described property
Telegraph shall publish. thla Order iltuate In Bradford County
: Electrical Contractors children of Gainesville. In next four weekly Immea.Wltnena Florida, to-wlt: Texas Swiftening O IL 1 IP
Mra. Otla Lowman and young my hand a.d official seal rKH of 8W>/, of NEH of Section O IDS. l.ljl
1 Licensed Electricians sons of Columbia:: S. C., have been at Stark. Florida, this 16th of 35 Twp. 7 S., R. 22 E., also, come CARROTS, 2 bunches 29c SHORTENING

spending some time with Mra.

'i rJ AUTHORIZED SALES A SERVICE FOR CBOSLKYMAYTAG Lowman's parents Mr. and Mrs. NOTICENotice SULTANA

; l NORGE AND UNIVERSAL J R. L. Brown. la hereby. given that the following: described land will be Celo CORN (3 ) 27c Apple' Butter
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Cooperand old at public auction. on the 20th day of May 1947 at It o'<"lo k A. M. ears -
MAJOR APPLIANCES family moved last Thursdayto at the City Hall In Starke, Fla., to pay the. amount due for 1947 taxes,
herein set opposite to the same, together imJlh'' all costs of such sale
Starke. :Mr. Cooper Is with Red. advertlnlnfr.DearrlpfloB I 1 lb. 14 oz.

the State Service.H. .
Forestry n, T. H.
On tier Taxes Loos* or Pkg.
C. Greene Miss Mabel Greene K. 44 Ft. of f.ntoR of I 19c
.visited Block 17-v. of Original TOMATOES lb. 23c
BICYCLE and Mils Jessie L. Wright Hurvey Town of Starke 28 1 23 H. A. Green 78.75 j -
SHOE H. C. Greene Jr. (Buster) In the One Lot 125 Ft. B.V.: ,

Naval Hospital at Jacksonville liv Hounded 210. Ft.follow N. *. On N.
an : box 35c
+ REPAIRING REPAIRING Sunday. Buster Is convalescing the. P:. by tflo.k 17, on RINSO Ige. -
the N by Jefferson Ht., /
nicely after an operation. W_. liy Court Ht. and H. Fresh Crowder Peas, 2 Ibs 25c
Onard Parker entered the Lake 'bv Call st, of Original .
Survey 'I iiwn of Htarke 28 6 22 n. A. jreen. 32855 Med.'LUX 2 Bars!
last week
City. Hospital as a
7 We Make Keys Com. on H HUe of Call
patient. sr. where It Interned t
R. Side. of Court Nt. A Fla. New WhitePOTATOES Toilet ;SOAP 19c
Burten of Crescent
Miss,Fate HUn S. 84V.. .Ft. 50 -
City was 'the guest Saturday of Ft. VB 52 Ft N. : TH. 5 Ibs. 29c
to Call Nt., Thence W. -
SPORTING GOODSBigg's J Miss Wessle Pope., U 3-4 Ft. to Pt. of e .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stringer of Beginning, of Original SPRY Shortening 3 Ib 125

High Springs were \visiting relatives One Survey Lot Town Pom of 22 Xtarke Ft. 2 28 6 22 R. A. .QreenWAf 197.25: s.

# here Sunday. In. B. of NW Cor. of **; Lr f, ',..T'" ,jt Frenl-v Green,. Home Grown 5 lbs I
Lot 2 of Block A Ballard
I. J. Chas and 20 ... .... .. ; .
Mr. and Mrs. on Hun R. 41 Ft. B 21 3.4
& Baker T lOc
CABBAGE 3 Ibs.
children of Green Cove Springswere Ft.. V. 41 Ft. to Call -
HI.. Thence W. to Pt of i Plain or S. R. FLOUR 4&$
visitors here Saturday. Beg, of Original Survey .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicksof Town of Mtalke 2S 8 22 Tom Burrell 28.47
105 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA., Jacksonville were weekend Loin Original 2-4 of Survey Block. 22.Town of lona 23 Ibil

visitors of ;Mr. and .Mrs. Russell of Htnrke 2ft ( 22 Lean DlcnndloB 52.89d.B7 Yellow ONIONS 3 Ibs. 29c
E 70 Ft, of Lot 2 of Plain S. R. FLOUR 1.63
Dyal. Block 27 of Original' or -
Mra. W W. Hicks attended the Survey, Town of Htarke 28 22: :J. Fred Oay ?
Lot' 2 lit Block 27 )Kx: I:.
State Assembly for the Baptist! 70 Ft., of Orlglaal l Survey NUTLEY

R. B. Alvarez & Son Tuesday Training of Union last at week.Palatka She was on Com.of Town at NEIL NE of of Con Htnrka NB'4 of\ ,,WH and 28. 2:: DID farnntann 20.41 LEMONS (Ige.) doz. 33c OleomargarineCELERY

accompanied by the following llun W 17R Ft. for Pt.
of Bent, thence. Hun W. .
young people:. Misses Lucll Hall fill Ft., $. 10% Ft., "1.
Transfer & Co. DON Parker Gladys Hicks Jay fill ,,'t.. N. IDS' Ft. to .
Storage Pt. of II......, of Mica.Htnrke. -' CELERY 3 Ige. stalks 14c
and Bill Alderman LangfordHicka !
28 8 22 O. rT. LIttle 513 .
And Otto Hicks, Jr. E. 175 Ft., of N. 105 Ft. ( .

AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. G. Johns Mrs. of KU NEof, of NWH I of Mine HBHof Ann Page 2'for -

Ellis Thornton and little son. Donald Htnrke. 28 8 23 CJ.'H.' Little 33.75

.ill..t>,Y a" Phone 9105 of Starke have been recent One wide. Lot. E.V.about. hv 22 IU Ft.Ft., %. ... .. Pork & Beans 25c Rite Meats

guests of relatives here. N. & H bounded nn B. ,' .. Super Quality

We;, Operate Local and Long Dis Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson hv land VVeller of Marshall St., 8. W.bv A-Penn
.. ....
tance. Also Hauling.Anywhere In had their daughter June, of Jacksonville >N.>V RI1 by n"Bloik. lit Lewis 11 .Llv-, nn Motor Oil, qt.: 23c

as a weekend guest. Inllr..t n.Tr..bY A ('R'.. 1 I
Starke City Limits. A special Mothers Day program Addition\ 1 of Misc., '. Ball Mason JARS 4!
Starke. 28 8 22 'Unknown .' PORK CHOPS Ib
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will be held on Sunday night at 8.41 -
SEE US FIRST ',- One Lot In Starke, {. Qt. 88c Pt. 74c
,
the Baptist Church. The three Hounded (). by Temple :
Ave, N. by Jackson Ht
choirs. Junior Intermediate and SULTANA
Wi h Y llnllingsworth ,
Adult, will present musjcal selec I.ot A Mra. B. .1. AMer- FRUIT COCKTAIL
tions.IN man and H. bv: Alderman 28 6 22 n. A. Green 1J1.85 CHUCK ROAST lb. 571
CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE About I Acre of land No 2 1-2 39c -
can ,
being 08 Yd* N. A S.
SASH! DOQRS PAINT HARDWARE CIRCUIT' COURT BRADFORD liv 120 Yd. RAW.' :
COt'NTV. FLORIDA IN CHAN Bounded N. bv Land of -

CKHY.Pnulette. Louisa Bee, Plaintiff vn. 11 Manning bv Alderman H. hv Darby In, BRISKET BEEF lb. 37
Moat Paul Her, Defendant.. Cane No. BUT < of SOAP -
HK 1 SEW: 2Lnt 6 32 W.' H. A, Elisabeth. Noeft-eln. 3.55 Octagon
ANNIS Try V. ORDER!! 04' PUBLICATIONAND : 4 of Block 2. of City ,
Everything NOTICE TO APPEAR Park Sub-nivlHlon ,V.
For Those STATE OP FLOTUOA to: Mr. A ('''*. A.M. Tn Starke 2S 8 22 Tax Certificate. 2 04
Paul Her. whose rewldeacn a n cndilreax Lot 7-S-l-IO of JnckI. |
To I In: 264 Rae Des Pyrenees. I I. nf Dowllnir'a Hub.PIvlHlon 9c ea. MEATY SPARE RIBS lb.J 3 3RA'bKERS
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Purl France.You
BUILDING SUPPLIES bard IS 8 23 R. A. Green 14.01
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Build are required to appear nn Lot 1-1 of Block 12, nf
INC. May S4. 1141, In the above named f1R"k In'* Addition tn .
To Get Court and cause, wherein plalntIMseeka Town of Starke' 2' 6 22 Floyd Green. 7.53
1036-1048 W. MIn 8t. South divorce. Bradford County E'4> of Lot !* of Block 18. 1
Repair, Items Telegraph shall publlnh this OrderIn nf Onikln' Addition to MEATY NECK BONES lb. -J

OrKenodel Oklnesvllle, Flerlda next .four my weekly hand InMues.Wltnena and. official Lot Town X-4 of of Starke Blovk 1, of 29! 6 22 R. A. Gr..B __ I I.f. 89.93! lb. 25c ,

seal at Utarke, )Florida this April .
T>. Jones Add to
PHONE tn X1S 17. l 1941 Town nf starka 28S. 6 22 It. A. areen RITZ 1 lb. box 30c
33 45 ,
P. 0. Box 63 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. m Ft. of Lot 6 A 4!
Frank. t.andrnm Aa Clerk Btarke of said, Fla.Court.T. Lot t'loek 8 R.1':,..and S. H Land Ft,Wof nf '""" r 46 oz. DOLE PICNIC HAMS ((4-6 lb. avg.) lb.

Atty., for Plf. 4-S 341 J-14 name. to Street,, of Pineapple Juice 43cTOWELsla
VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET V. J. Jones Add, to
IN CIRCUIT COI'RT.' BRADFORD Town of Stirke 28 6 23 Henry ManantaX II.15

AND EAT AT ROY'S CHANCERY.Roberta One Walnut Lot onV.. Hide' of X .,.. FRESH MULLET lb. -Z 2
Good Food Soda Fountain Jonea ." Bt betweenlilock 17c -
kbPI"lntirr. A. D. nf N. ea. ,
v. Frank Brunswick .
Beat Rooms Per'Your CoaventoiKW ? Jnnea Add tn Town
Case Nn. ((1480ORDEH
of Htnrke 28 12
n. A. Greent 40.53
Or PUPtJCATIOM
LntH 3-12 and R' ft Ft. of .
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Giant Size
Lot 4 or
Block 14. ofLlvhaTtnnTrubv
STATE' OF FLORIDA tw Frank TRY
A r..'. OUR TALCO FEEDS
whose Is
residence un
Brunswick
Arid to Town nf Starke 28 22 Floyd Green. 27.27
known. Lot & of Blnrk' 21. nf Llv- .
You are, renulred to appear on Super Suds Talco Scratch 1.499c
UNDERSTANDINGc May 17 IMS. In the above named Inrxton-Trtiby A C. 's. Feed 25 Ibs. -
Add. tn Town nf Stark 28 ( S3 Jim Wall 1.70
and wherein plaintiffneeks
Court cause, Tots I.' nf Ulnrk 14.nf .
based of wide divorce Bradford Cnp myTelegraph Llvlnrninn-Truby A Talco Laying Mash 25 Ibs. 1.4
upon long years exper shall publish thla OrderIn rv -
> Siih-nivl.l.m 28: II
23 Carrie Turner
next four weekly. 'Isxueii.Witness 3.65
ience and Serving dignifies this funeral Lot 1 of'Blnck 27 nfLIvlnvntnnT

home with a superior excellence in seal. at Starke my, "hand'Florida and this official April ('0. 'Snh-nivlKl.in' ,r"" h y A 2'1' 23 Homer William S 15 Talco Growing Mash, 25 Ibs. 1.4

c handling affairs of sacred discretion. 14. 1948. Vf 4ft. Ft nr Lot I f>f "
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. TajomaaAs Block Talco 5.4
27 nf Llvlnf.tnn Scratch
Clerk of said Court Feed, 100 Ibs. -
Trubv A
Co. Huh-Dlvl-
H. Douglas' SJ West AshleyMt.
Zach
"Ion II ( 22 Ida Mae Sherman 26.1 Ann Page Pure
Jacksonville, Fla. Talco I 5.4
AU.,.. for Plf. 4-18 4t 5-17 Wtof 27. nf I.nl"LIvlnorMtnn-Trubv.1.4 of Block. : Laying Mash, 100 Ibs. -


DEWITT C. JONES iv>. CIRCUIT. 'FMH COURT'>'*| BR IN\,nronnCOfWIT _MNffetma Lots A Mvtnfr. Pn 1-4.tnn-Truhv 9uh.nivl.lnn of Rltirk ,A n,C.of..28 f .83. John Hlocunt' 235 t GrP\ .Jam Taloo Horse Feed, 100Ibs. 5.4|

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I STARKE PRONE T t n IrT. PlalnrMf' vs.'Rs.r Suh-Dlvl.I lnn 18 6 23 -Willie Roberta 3,48 '
FV Mnrrl. alco 4.
AMBULANCE 81CKV1C1U!: nilnert Morris, TMfendant. Ca e Le i hot.* 2 3 and nf Blnck I'! 2 :Id Ft., of of 2 Ib. 'Glass'T Dairy Feed, 20 pet. 100:Ibs. .-

:NoOR'DER OF PUBLICATION LKInarMnn-T r u h y A Talco 5'39c
Funeral Director AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Co. Hiih-r>lvllnn. 28* < 23 lolA Little 783 Crowing Mash, 100 Ibs. -
Lots ,
1.4 .
STATE OF OItltAN'OItltA Tot Roy nf Pinch 40., nf

Our local funeral home enables us to Roy unknown.You Ollhert.Morris, whose residenceIn Co.ldving.ton.Troby Suh-Dlvllnn, A:r8. 23 Lllll A Lonnle Jackson 2.65 Talco Dairy Feed, 16 pet. 100 Ibs. 4.4BRADFOH.D
I to on Lot r 1 of Block 41. of \
offer conveniences and services not _are required appear
May 17, l'4i. in the above named t.lvlnnr.ton-Tr by: 'A
otherwise available. Co. Niih-nivlnlon. U. 21 T..1. Alderman 1.44

Fi-Bcl'l.Uth St.Block\ A W.10 of N Walnut of. Ann Page A & P STOR

"Wo furnish the higher: type service at tile lowest price a4accept Arfhrijis( Pain dition St.,to of Stark.Temple' Ad29Block C 22 Tax Certificate 1.65 PURE PEACHPRESERVES FOOD

ANY life lneuraace policy In force v Uaued by ANT com h'ArarytMf.aDl :-I. 42 Ft. ot It I of

'paoy.; .. payment In part or In full\ on a funeraL CoiwulUtlonno -.&.? Addition' '1.tn of stark Temple'21 < 22 Rosa Smith 14.01 OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE GREAT AT

no obligation. == -L"=Eausaiad.N.p : Lot 2 of Block 12 of 2 lb. Glass 39c TIC &: PACIFIC TEA CO.

.-..u.,............ RereseI.NWIf ..... .. fOltAbiS',.... .... (Llvln'I)'..."Sub-Dlvlilon.ton-Tr u h" A 21 6 21 T W. TtnMnion .7.11 300-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE Fl-;

..... .. ....,.. QuI. CARL JOHNS,
..,.....,., .......,....... Tax Collector City of Stark..




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Presbyterian' Church Baptism Sunday Mother's Day ThemeOn .

News Morning Worship and Sermon Will Climax Methodist Hour
j 11:00: o'clock. The pastor will ,I

bring a message on. "The Christian Baptist RevivalThe ..'.- iT irn ,
{' ,
Events Home". As this Is lily
coming usually Revival at the First Baptist 41( \
Churches celebrated as Mothers' Day Sun. Church will come to a close this .
day It would be a fine tribute
( to
W0 Sunday evening with a great testimony
own mother If t>
dinner on your you should meeting. Rev. Lanter
servIces wit f" attend worship In some church.
will > evangelist will continue bringing
ands atgslt'Y .j event to be held stirring messages from the Bible
mini: Church ment. Friday,
Lake 0Pttot Saturday and Sunday
Bay 9.Sradrord The Ladies' Auxiliary has pro. "Overflowing crowds have been
aY County Singing vided a Nursery so mothers with attending nightly, with souls be. I -0:..:lL.I.. T.t _.;- I
expected to attend. young children may attend the ing saved daily," the Pastor said J I.
Ion la the congrega- morning service. Sunday School attendance last \ I.I I

JIIc Srf the church areavdted Sunday School at 9:45.: Children Sunday soared over 300 with even .
to attend. are asked to bring garden more expected this Sunday. The :
; flowers to make a bouquet for: public is Invited to these last ser Mf =
celebration willet Mother. Adult class led vices !
rncCOJ11lng by C. M.I and last opportunity to
Hope Baptist Church Turney invites you to study God's' hear this great man of God. "He .".,.......".. I:
9. according touncnnent Word. -.? tw
daY, :May speaks fearlessly convincingly and roRAlew. '
, by C. Sullivan, Westminster Fellowship for all powerfully of the sinfulness of aeaAN. "A
La..LA",,. '
derr young people every Sunday evenIng sin the righteousness of God, and c.. .... !
iVUm E. Webb of Deland at six o'clock. the salvation. that is only in faith k FOR "'''It "'"- IIAN .. ;:
of the church and urges Monday evening at seven o'clock in Jesus" Rev. Haines continued. ; : D GOVERNO bAN 1
,r tubers former members, there will be an important meet- Next Sunday afternoon there will MCCART tf tfav !t

to attend the Home- ing of Trustees and Elders. Each be an old fashioned baptizing in Dr. Paul W. Qulllian. pastor of '" HILt, .. .. ..,;' ,;
ndi interesting program organization Is Invited to send a the lake of the many who await. the First Methodist Church of -_....?.....-...- < "

M and dinner representative.ST. Tuesday night there will be Houston, Texas, one of the .largest I 00u"j:' ," I
n arranged shown at the church the Picture churches In Methodism will : ., ., 'h

, served on the grounds. II EDWARD'S from the life of Zacchaeus the be heard on The Methodist Hour, ,.: ,.':,
CATHOLIC CHURCH tax collector also colored travelogue at 8.30: a. m.. May 9, Mother's : '
ARK'S EPISCOPALy Sunday Mass 10 a. m. and another picture of local Day. He will speak on "The Holy i '. '" jy; ,:i

School 10 a. m.; Sunday School 11 a. m. [interest, the Easter congregation Bonds of Matrimony" as a part.f Ib l 'j
: Church Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m." Pellow '
of the church all in color. No the series on "The Teachings plorfdfa0lt. .
I Service 11 a. m. I -Father John O'Dowd Pastor. admission Is charged for these of Jesus and the Present Scene",I ita

1., s. vf Creasey. Minister DAN'S THE MAN moving plctuVes. Tuesday 7:3O.: seeking to call the attention of Mrs I !rte ; '*,.,
the people to the necessity of this aeons : 1
yon
q of rtq' [
living today according to the aft a. ezp".. 1JIc t'f .i
Heilbronn Baptist .1'.Ut.a. .. to sash t' !
tor'Ollr ot
tenets of Jesus. vote "
OPPORTUNITIESFRIDAY yon lie.. pl'Oael OOQt'le1eno.. ....
LAST Services at the Heilbronn Bap. One of the moat popular feature aarbly .. 1n' tb. UI J'01Q'
"Gad ; f I
tint Church of this tp.atfttl. >Pl'JauJ'
were well attended early Sunday morn- ancI a
I ,
[ SATURDAY last Sunday and a cordial invita- Ing radio program is the presentation \ ,I I I IIe
tion Is extended to the public to each week of one of the h r

REV. G. G. LANTER come and worship at any time. old gospel melodies of Methodismby cI1l'tloUl.10Te1 to .,,.... .," ,
HEAR antis 4 : ; "
the Methodist Hour choir. "My t .e11nc '
Services for the week are: Mid- t tort or, 4 for ttt5 ."" n t'I
week Prayer Meeting. Wednesdaynight Mother's Bible" will be featuredon lIell.. I 181241. tAro ., .
oat IICIout tle
Forceful Convicting Convincing 7:30: p. m.; Teachers and the Mother's Day program.The 1q Wi tb Dpi rp1 4 1'10"1cf.. !:",\ ., .;, .,
i officrs meeting on night Methodist Hour programsare Ohq preclaUOIt II. rr. (
Friday sad t
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Preach. The Word of GodSUNDAY at 8 p. m.. Sunday morning: Sun.I heard In this area over the all ot 1'1 Orle1a a agRp.its. easpat ro sad Dy "" .' t '"'is";', .:'-' (

day School at 10 a. m. with i facilities of WJAX. .4011. IIftIlQ mod, ..OO..t IIft4 .1-1 nc 1 a'' r.w"," ., '" .'
? ".
classes and departments for all elected. JaJlUUal adll1A1 t,..... "....,.., 'If' ,- -
MORNING[ EVENING ages: Morning Worship Service At The TabernacleAn $' ;If
at 11 o'clock with Rev. G. E. Cut- Lad son ....=- "I
7:45 P. M. shaw as the pastor. Sunday evening interesting innovation at r to the r eel
A.M. :
10:00: aoeraeytro e.acft10n ; t't'. \ rr't. f
: BTU at 7 p. m. with classes the Youth meeting Saturday wife tb ot "w.x' .. .:
"
0. .n De. .
for everyone and at 8 p. m. the night was) the musical quiz con- 1IOrt1i7 llibo .0 1 07a.11J'' .*,\..... \
A Cordial Invitation To Saint And evening service Is hold. ducted by R. J. Gomes which oe .0 ,.,OIn ao. ..'- YOrkW tor 4 y ..'""" .)." s j l j
services brought out valuable information Nq 25tD. tdth u, A t ,. '\
Recent visitors at have tor : lei" !
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God And 1100., .
Alike To Turn To ,
Sinner a
several well-loved .
Included Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett concerning \ '. }
FORSAKE SIN of Lawtey R. L, demons, hymns. It was informative to 'I,.' I ': f 1 j jI

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier of old and young alike. I ... .'....' '{t
Starke, and Mr and Mrs. Neil Communion was observed at the Orate.DDoneOta '
FOLLOW THE CROWDSTO Joiner of Starke Mrs. Cutcllffe Sunday morning service and Mr. 4DA8 { :
Gomes brought a message appropriate .
of Alabama and Mr. and Mrs to the occasion. The even- :Ii

THE Levy Norman of Vanderbilt. Ing message was delivered by the I liC<< CARr. I .. : 'II I

Sponsor of the Tabernacle. 11'1 I,

[First Baptist Church RevivalTUESDAY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS Next Sunday morning the ser- ...-.,!J' .... ". ." :.... -

vice will be conducted by GordonL. ., i iv
10th St. and Temple Ave. Purdy of Park-Of-The-Palms .,.. .I
Sunday School 9:45: : .a. m.; Morning and his assistant Mr. Brooks of \ ,

7:30 P. M. Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Texas. This will be Mr. Purdy'slast U .
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone service for the season as he ;1
The Story of Zaccheus In Motion Pictures welcome. I Is leaving soon for Camp-Of-The-
Woods in New York State. -
Also Pictures of Easter Congregation .

DAN'S THE MAN ., Methodist ChurchA ...

,
special Mother's Day service k
will be held in the Methodist .
Church Sunday morning .at 11
'erfect Gift For Mother's Day o'clock. Rev. W. J. Churchwell.,
pastor, announces that a corsage
will be presented to the oldest __
mother and one to the youngest '
mother present. There will be appropriate -

me in i .and.. see it now. .. .. the pastor music urges everyone by the choir to "honor and- a t..,,

your mother by attending

I church At the Sunday.8 o'clock" service rs.xn rs.
"f evening
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb wising 0tW""
.
it itSTRlKE
Y. a duet dedicated to mothers,. RAlll
Church School meets at 10 a. m.. ::1
with classes for every age. Youth
.
?' @) o3gj; Fellowship at 7 p. m. Bible Story

r Hour Tuesday at 2:30: and 3:30p.
? m. Prayer and Praise Service (
: I Wednesday at 8 p. m. (11fft

c c.,
'
= =: Christian Church ir .

y ,.f,,
Subject Sunday morning: "
.
"Mother's Day" '.
Subject Sunday night: "Not "
now but by and by". "J
Bible School 10 a. m. {i

Prayer Meeting W e d n esday p?
night 8 p. m. '/.i,
5 Young People's CYF Friday 4'4 r
Sli ,x* In contrast this small group of railroad] ir

sight -J. B. Dixon Pastor.DAN'S I union Intent and leaders iplrit are of attempting the Railway: ; to Labor Rout Act the : .j''

Look who and dictate their own term \ ..
squeezed !
get strike.They have dictated, a paralyzing raJroad ;:'-

TIlE MAN '.,
You will be the victim! t

less than one-tenth of railroad employes fnOh'" lon* will the American! public stand .
Union leaders representing .
._ -- e undemocratic! arbitrary and abuslva
-- reject t recommendations of f President's Emergency board-refuse f to use of the right to strike and the disregard i"

grL POLlCV negotiate except on their own terms-threaten to paralyze nation by strike! of How the lon obligation on the to Ae erinntrpe::: opleRpaet ':.;i? 'ra

1 few dictatorial union leaders to_ defy the .,f11
...M............. ICADFRS of three railroad unions,, representing after hearing evidence for 33 days made processes provided for peaceful settlement 1 l.iJ
.......-... than one-tenth of all railroad recommendations based on all the facts lathe of disputes! ? I
1 lens
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;:::::: aft employees, have called a railroad strike that case. The railroad> have accepted these Force seldom produce settlements that are "I'IJ: '
.wrtT would paralyze the nation. recommendation. either fair or lasting. Moreover a point 1. :
I e- These leaders refuse to accept a 15'4: centsan Who's to blame? often reached when personal Interests must. '
be held subordinate to the.
hour increase retroactive to November ) greater publla
ibson wage large extra cost welfare. That Is the ,
why
1. 1917. This Increase was recommendedby Although they deplored so an railroads have accepted
Impartial Emergency Board appointedby burden, the railroads accepted the report of the Emergency Board recommenda t r.
RANGE an felt It in the Ibis. That Is also .
pub
ElECTRIC President Truman the Board because: they was why the leaders of these) ; a
m & This Increase of 1SH! cents already has been lic: Interest to uphold the spirit and Intent of three unions should reconsider their decision 'I 3H
Pr& railroad unions. ButtheBrotherhood9ofthe the Railway Labor Act. to call a paralyzing: strike. .


WITH UPS-A-DA/SY T ) the Enginemen Brotherhood and of the Locomotive Switchmen's Firemen Engineers Union and of, Compare these wages with what -you make I 1111wrap Rewat :"

1 North America won't accept what more than here is a comparison\ 111//won IN11wnp ........ elm a. .:
I 90% of all railroad employes have accepted. of! average annual T ref sf '." '". laud, Iatsl.s Aral. /annp Spec;'", Iewrr.l.e i
Surface KookallIf morel! earnings of engineers tr ml"'" Mate
strike to
Plus Deepwell They have called a get ENGINEERS
Units> or 3 Surface Units, ab' and fIreman for 1917 Bond Freight I ...........i1: ..e5. ",IU "<5,75/. ;
Unions refuse rules discussion! llso.howniswhat1941 (Lonl and Way)
Road Passenger ........
demanded by these 3.83:1: 1.311' .
,016
changes would have
Certain rule earnings
you're looking for the oul"landing It has two complete ovens! Yes, LiCe union leaders--which recommended would Increase! by wage the been if the increase 1ST centt of. koed Yard I'rel&ht.........(.Through..........) 3..1 3.7.11 4.07.seas: .":.y0o.7
Insurance still further-were
broiler! Yes, fred fiREMEN
electric of It has a waiat-high Board. But the union leaden want more railroads ...
range MlmyM effect and bfithe by the Road Freight ,.....U.73. $4.721 N510 "
it ha. gleaming, easyclean, they demand that the railroads put Into union had (Loc.I.nd Way)
the
Jar, come in and Inspect the finish! Here' A Family'sBest ALL the change they asked for. includingthose beenineflect: throu&hRoad Passenger ..,..,... 1.7:1:1: : 1,511 1,175 '
porcelain.on-eteet the Board felt should be denied. nut the entire :year Road Freight ........... I.oell 3.0
new Gibson !Model K. Yes, It'. the newest of the new-a genuine On top of this, they InsUt that certain rulese".res 1941. Yard .................... I..... 3.1" ae.a aet4. '
quipped built by a Friend proposed by the railroads be with. Railroad wages computed from Interstate Commerce Commission Statement 14-300
with UPS.A.DAISY,
Gibson, precision drawn-In spite of the fart that the Board
that great Innovation found only firm with 70 years of experience recommended them! These union leaders
appliances.J22224 Charley E. Johns have refused to negotiate except upon. these.
OI home
> Gibson electric ranges! Yes, In creating arbitrary terms.Greater .

e Agency wage increase not justified

n PhotM IS 8TABKJB.: FLAft Engineers and firemen are among the high I
eat paid of all employes America as figures
Small Down Payment Balance on Terms In the box show. This strike threat doesn't
Increase than other
justify giving a greater
Phone 166 railroad workers received. .f,
....... Boards are a means providedby ,
** Are WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Starke, Fla. Emergency Labor Act In the public Inter- We are publishing this and other advertisements to talk with you al (
aM Railway first band about
.pr MntJ ia THC TBAVeUERS. Hartford est to avoid strikes. The President's Board matter which are important to everybody.BRADFORD ,it.;ti w

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELF UtAPiI. ST\RKE. FLORIDA
PR101Y
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PACE EiGHT -
I Wilde.t, whose taut. known Street I In
with the Florida Industrial Com- re.ldt>nc. address. was J04-A n."t four sprl
Florida Plastics Winners & Losers Express Wltne5e I, I...,
mission and Internal Revenue Deartmenb. Street, Liberty Homes, my hand
,I Anybody Here $50,391.25Here ., .... Mouth Carolina at Starke., nnrl4e.nd". ,
1948.
Spends III,
;l JONES THANKS VOTERS ROBERTS THANKS VOTERSI CROSBY Charleston South Carolina

; Seen RIPLEY? Report Shows "Many employees their are workman's not awareof I would like to take this opportunity -I wish to 'express my heartfelt To the Voters .. 1, 1948, in the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL)
M L the fact that and cause. ., wherein ul
; benefits come directly to thank all my friends old appreciation to the people of County: eK. divorce Bradford plaintiff By Lucille 1, Clerk l
Inc., compensation County
v Although Florida Plastics, their Mr.Bradley and new for the kindness shown Bradford County who elected me< You folks all l farmer from employer
of for ,
well-known the peak .
:t Leon Renfroe has not yet reached by such a splendid vote County were mighty
section, poiated out. "Workers In me in my recent campaign. We Tuesday i
of the Wateroak production, a report just preparedby to be State Representative on May 4 and I
were a Jolly good crowd, I trust your
birth of avery certified public this vicinity have had paid Into WARNING 1'0 DO(;
at the John Bradley, It of OWNEl
presided: will continue with a I promise you that I will represent you. I can be '
unusual pig on April 11. EleventhIn accountant of Green Cove Springsshows their benefits the sum of 1032. smile.I everyone. you all, without partiality to any of you at any FLEAS TICKS AND LICK ARE IIERF:. '
the pig had one has spent to 01 by Florida Plastics, Inc., whichIs Sl1g V11{
of 12, the firm JOG THIS
litter that
a thank each one of you so and will do as much for one as hesitate to call on WORRY
large eye socket In the middle of date in Bradford County a totalof computed at the rate of 2.7percent much. K. D, Jones, for another, regardless of whether thank you. FRO
Its forehead (containing two large' 550,391.25: : which presents a of the total payrolls and you supported me or not. I will Albert Get R-F DIP CAliO\\: I'll
). A protuberance, re- encouraging picture for the is paid directly out of the fund OR SISTnt'1:
ryeballs with
very conferring
tttD
miniature elephant of the company. In addition the SIKLEV THANKS! VOTERS appreciate you
Bumbling a future. I wish to sincere me at any time to enable me to WILSON ASKS
express my .
from the fore- employer pays 1 percent for eacemployee's _._
trunk hung down is believed Florida Plastics has been op- Social Security Tax thanks to all\ who voted for me do the best for you that I can 1 wish to thank ----n _____

head over the eye, and deformed and erating In Starke a total of 10 This brought the total paid by and all those who voted against as your representative for me In the let ]

to be the snout.pig's months now and an audit of the Florida Plastics", Inc., into employees me. Thanks to everyone for'their! Jake P. Roberta have no ill will or A. C. C. STORE

misplaced firm's accounts has divulged some courtesy shown me during my those who did not. :
benefits to $1,414.39'the .
lived only about up VUXKLKU BLItO. TEMPLE _
facts AVEM
)i The "Cyclops" )Interesting and pertinent auditor stated.In campaign.W. CHARLEY E. JOHNS to rally to my ST.\RK,
10 minutes after birth and was concerning the people of Bradford 8. (Uncle Walt) Sibley TIIANKS VOTERS: Primary. That
view of the information released -
brought by Mr. Renfroe to the I County. I am taking this means to ex- ours. I pledge REMEMBER SPECIAL
I by Mr. Bradley it U evident -
;, County Agent's office where it I During this period the corporation McKAK: CONGKATITUATKSMOKOAN : press to my friends of Bradford structive and SAL
was "pickled" In alcohol and plated has spent with the merchant that loss of this Industry ON ELECTIONI : County my thanks for their! common sense and FRIDAY & SATURDAY MAY\ 7 .8
would hit the of
: on exhibition. of Sturke alone a total of $12 pocketbook every wish to congratulate Mr Harmon splendid vote and support that istration, based on
citizen of Bradford While
--- 16T.79 Bradley's report showed County. Morgan upon his election to they gave me. I want you t o, Continue to support

W.C.T.U.The This Is exclusive of payments on the community la ever on the the office of County Superintendent know that I appreciate It from Ira Wilson as your Nobody Can Beat Our Prices ATTE."'
alert to bring new manufacturerInto'thU
and machinery Installed of Public Instruction and to the bottom of heart missioner Dist. No
and
the building my mor NOW! All Food In No. 2
area, it Is also of vital Cans {Will
best way to get along be said. wish him every success during his than words can express, and If 1 it Starke _

"lth llifuor' Is to get along The total payroll for the 1S: Importance here.Bradford, to support those already period of service in office. I wish Is necessary to have a second pri- 2 For 29c

without It. months has amounted to $38,223 to express my heartfelt thanks to mary, I know that my people will 1 WILLIAMS
y _Florida Good News fileif my many friends, for their vote carry me over the
46, according to reports top. I wish to thank ""'
County and support. May our school! .SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT
!4 Sincerely your friend, friends for their I

h Registration Board continue to progress Charley E. JohnKELLY s I during the BEEF STEW WITH POTATOES

HOT WEATHER ITEMS Formed Last WeekThree Arthur R. Mcltae Dewey FRANKFURTERS WITH BEANS,
THANKS
VOTERSI
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TO THE VOTERS REGULAR PRICE 33c PER CANOn :
wish to sincere
---- -- express my HAVES
key county officers un-, OF IJIST. 1. LAWTEY
appreciation for the nice
very I wish to
RUBBER HOSE ELECTRIC FANS der the authorization of Florida I Dear voters: I would like to vote given me on May 4th fo many friends "" Sale Now at ,No. '2 Can 2 for 3J
State Adjutant General Mark W, take opportunity to expressmy Tax Collector
voted for me
Lance formed a Bradford Count sincere thanks and
FREEZERS -
ICE CREAM appreciation
,ii Not having received let's hold
; a majorlt; we lost. /
Board last week tregister
Registration for the excellent vote and '
over my honorable opponents ii n toward anyone. Let All Cans No. 1 Tall
INSECT SPRAYERS Bradford .
) County manpower support rendered me as candidatefor 3 fo
the First the rule.
Primary contest will
If the President of the
t INSECT SPRAY AND BUG BOMBS County Commissioner on May be decided In the Second Primary,
United States Issues
registration
a
\ 4th. I feel that you have shownme
May 25th.
Ili, SCREEN WIRE CLOTH proclamation. great honor in selecting me i The active and the vote All Kinds of ,BreadLARGE LO
Registration boards, consistingof i to enter the Second Primary and support
the Clerk of the Circuit Court sincerely request .your continued of the Voters in the County will Unusual 2 .for 25c (2 to a customer)

ns/ chairman and with the CountyJudge active support and then your vote be greatly appreciated at that
I
J time.I Mr. and Mrs. F.
: Bradford Hardware Co.
and the Superintendent of on. May 25th. ,

, I Public Instruction as' members, T. C. (Thee) Edwards have nothing but good will received wedding the invitation' BEST COFFEE 37C ]
have been formed in all Florida towards the fine gentlemen who

_,_ . counties LONG THANKS VOTERS opposed me in the first Primary I Stump's nephew Ground Fresh Every Day
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in u - - .e.p 0p1
ae ed with an Airline
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and I shall '
continue to conduct
Chairman of the Bradford Words cannot express my deep

County board is Clerk A. 'J. gratitude the people of Bradford I my campaign to ,the best of my I Chile"Mr.: and Mrs. Best Valencia ORANGES, doz. 1SIbs. l|

p1 p CRAWFORD THANKS VOTERS Thomas. Members are County County for the gratifying ability and any cooperation ,and take pleasure in

Judge E. K. Perryman and Superintendent vote given to me, on :May! 4th assistance extended in my behalf I I
.r me in the run-off elec- will be gratefully appreciated. forthcoming GRITS '. .
I wish to thank the voters of Bradford Arthur R. McRae.' placing I with
tion for Tax Collector to tie de- J, R. Kelly\\son. Richard THESE SPECIALS EVERY FRIDAY & SATE
This local board, at a meeting Carldad Bueno
.J,1 for the fine support given me on May on April 21. designated the schoolhouses termined in the Second Primaryon Candidate for County Tax Collector ally invite to "
you
V! 4th, and will appreciate your continued t In Lawtey Brooker New final May second 25th.phase I will of this enter cam-the "'ceremony which ,

t support in the Second Primary. River registration Starke places.and Hampton. as paign Inspired by the confidence GREEN THANKS VOTERSI Ion' the Sunday. May
Reception
you have placed in me, and 1 take this opportunity to ,ex-
i The letter dated April 14, from pledge to you that, if elected I press my appreciation to my Fathers of "Santa
:l.. Adjutant Lance Cruz)I'" W-A-T-C-H for BIRedDot !
states: "The
will ever strive to merit that con- friends who gave me their vote our
H/ T. C. (Clayton) CRAWOFRD Governor has indicated that lie fidence and trust on May 4th and their support I The invitation was

1 will upon the passage of a Selective Sincerely during the campaign. I am surethat I both Spanish and

; for SHERIFF Service Law appoint) Gene Long we can all be proud of the'postmarked Miraf (

Registration Board for each big vote that was cast last Tues- Peru),

Jli County." The duties of the Boards. WAINWRIGIIT CON. day, and I wish! the best of luck Mr. Wood .

..., ,- --- ---- -- ... -.- ,- -... are "to'organize supervise anti GRATULATES ROBERTS to the man who wins the Sheriff's Stump and his

,\.; conduct registration In accor I wish to extend my profound office in the Second Primary. burg W. Va., were
dance with Instructions I last year and are
received thank to my many friends who
Nelson T, Green
.ANNOUNCING THE OPENING from the'' State Director of the Stumps a visit
Selective voted and worked for me in my
Service when a Selective campaign for re-election as Representative CLARKNCK ROBERTS with the newlyweds.

.. OF A Service Law requiring such reg of Bradford County. THANKS VOTERSI TRAIN SCI" SALEBEGINNING

'I stratlon Is passed." Their- friendship and loyalty will wish to thank the people of

) PLUMBING, I SHOP "The aim of the registrations always be cherished and apprecj Bradford County for the nice vote The Seaboard

I r J ,to register all male persona, given to me in the primary election changed effective MAX&f.:
In The Winkler Building on Temple Ave. other ateJ.To
than those excepted bylaw, the winner, Mr. Roberts ,,1 Tuesday. I will always'now as follows:
MAY 17TH
.1, whether citizens of the United offer my sincere congratulations cherish the many new friendships No. 7 due Starke :

I States or not of the ages de- and assure him of my cooperation. made by me with the citizens of No 9 due Starke ::

Ii Free Guaranteed. signated by the- President's proclamation In any way possible. I commendhim Bradford County during the campaign .
i ,. when hrsued." for the clean manner in and I pledge my wholehearted No. 8 due Starke :

The letter emphasized that the which he has conducted his campaign cooperation with the Senator No.. 10 due Starke :

Estimates Work the registration' once authorized by > and wish him every success who is elected by a majority Starke And Bell MANY ITEMS GOING AT

t President must! be completed In the administration of the office, of the people of our two fine No. 101 leaves

4 .\ In one day. knowing full well that he will always counties. and No. 102 arrives ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF OF!

The local boards were directed have the best interests. of Sincerely m., daily except
to -
establish registration places our County at heart. Clarence A. Roberts
I:* run:rir COURT
operating either
VASCO'FORSYTHt through the Tile many voters who supportedhim COWVTY.. FLORIDA
school system or the state election ANDRKUS THANKS VOTERSTo CEnIY.Stephen .
that I '' Stow
have assurance 'Cove
my r>. Ilcgnn We have sold our Green Springs
machinery. They were also to harbor no Ill will or resentment, the Voters of Bradford Patricia n''rn Kegan : :

appoint a Chief Registrar for toward them, but that I am deeply ,bounty: Case OHUKU No. 6534.uP' and will move the b )k'of this mm-handN

each registration- place established grateful that we still have aemocratlc Please accept my most sincere AND NOTICF. TO

t In the county. This Chief Registrar lJt form of government thanks and appreciation for electing -I Patricia STATE Clara OP. Ihgl\n' to Starke and place it on sale at GREATLY

Is to appoint' sufficient by which the will of the majority .- me your Tax: Assessor for the 1eno and address. In:
PREPARED"FOIl number of Registrars to completethe prevails. next four years. Court Willow Village, REDUCED PRICES!
Ton are required'
registration In one day. Thank you every one of rune 7. 194! In the
UNEXPECTED COMPANY At Its meeting on April 21,the Sincerely you\ from the bottom of my Court and cause, "
Bradford ,N. I>. (Noon) Wainwright Jr. seeks divorce..
County.board estimated heart. Telegraph shall.
i We Are Open From 6:00: A. M. to 8:30 P. M. hat 45 registrars would be necessary May I assure you that your In next four weekly KOCH DRUG STORE
OUR LOSS HAS GAINED: ITSVIO.KE Witness njy hand ,
EACH DAY to register 1 none day 'the FAITH IN OUR PEOPLE trust and faith In me is well seal at Stnrke (' '
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male population of the county between 'ounded. a, 1948
the Incllusllve Even though the will of the ([OFFICIAL SEAL) STARKE, FLORIDA
ages of 18 Guy Andrews
As Clerk of said
OPEN ON: THURSDAY AFTERNOONSALSO 'and 25.: majority of the! voters of Union Fv Lucille C. Conner,
and Bradford counties saw fit to 'I'. Frank T.nmlrum
OPEN REDDISH Ai'PRECI.ITFSSUPPORT :
Vtty( for Pir. !
the office of Senator from ,
.BALI: DAY SUNDAY 7:00 A. M.\ TO 8:30 P. M. To Be accede OF VOTERS _
guardsmen '
District to .
the 15th Senatorial one cmrrrr roi RT. !
Free From DraftCapt. of my opponents ln the race justcompleted. I wish to thank the voters for eoi-xTV.- "1.01110"" NOW YOU CAN SEE IT
the splendid vote and supportgiven
FRESH MEATS & GROCERIES I desire to express my M. Wilier,

That GOOD GULF GAS & OIL T. K. McClane Jr., COm- heartfelt thanks and appreciation earnestly me in solicit the first your Primary continued and Mo.nltt SRiitOltnKR M Wilder nef
BUYllIheGt
k manding Officer of the local National to each and every voter in my : OP TRYIT !
support In the Second Primary ANTI: !NOT1PR' TO
Guard Unit announced today two counties. Even though I weedefeated STATE OK '(.
I also wish to solicit the Vote and
t" 'All Kinds of Chicken Dairy Horse & Mule that the Selective Service I my word of appreciation ,
of those who did not
And Holt Feed Best Prices In Town Act of 1948, aa now written provides goes out especially to every voter support Support me In the first primary. : -
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that members of the National I Df Union County who stood 1 by ::
Thanks P. D. Reddish, candidate 1
t : Guard shall be exempt 1 me no valiantly and worked with for Sheriff of Bradford ,
from draft under this Act as long ne and for me. The good vote Mi-Automatic I
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The WEST END GROCERY as they continue to be membersIn I accorded me In Union County County. 1 1 1V ........Q)......... .,
good standing, rIves! me a better knowledge of DAN'S THE MAN Washer
"Guardsmen must in which the II
register", the true friendship (
I Under New Management Capt. McClane said, "but cannotbe people of this county regard me. 1' lilt

'/ W. R. COOK & SON ordered to service under the It was a good race and there Isno No Other Automatic

(' draft If they are members priorto 1 rancor, In my heart toward
r Has So
Fresh
Many
the passage of the Act. Men those of Bradford County who j

who enlist In the National Guard I could not see it to their better 30c lb. IMPROVED FUTURES iI

after the passage of the Act however Interest to vote for me. .. .... Portable I i ,
," Capt. McClane added "are My faith In my friends has been No Bolting Down ,

,. subject to the draft.! greatly strengthened In this race +tw Croackers Thoro Washing i

-41 See tie A'ew A few vacancies now exist In I and I want you to know that I ..... r r" Top-loading Cover I

O _"... the company here in Starke which am always at your service to Jumbo Dner Clothes
drills each Wednesday night, and render aid and help you on any Filtered Water I

"IN T1f interested parties are advised to matter In which I can. 75c lb. Water Temperature Soap Dispenser

ii contact Capt. McClane at his of- Sincerely yours r r, .. No Oiling Control,
fice In the Courthouse or see the Q. Fred Andrews .r W ? Greasing
Rinse Water Saved
Trout
regular Army 1st Sgt. at the Sea _

8eefr/iJ Rafige Armory across from the High .'. I'. JONES TH\NKS VOTERS Come In and ask fo

School. Thanks folks: SNAPPER this revolutionary
It la almost certain accordingto The shift put me down for I
washer.
1 91/k sources! Washington, that Sheriff. Bet some of my good J/ 65c

the Selective Service Act of 1948 friends fell too. '" '" G-E Now-for the flue time-you can lee and try the new
All-Aulomjlie Washer. the G-E
will pass almost Immediately. Buck Jones You can see
Extra-large oven Flounders AlI-AiHomatic do M/ the work-from soaking the
for this
Authority premise was
clothes to damp-drying them. Here is all do:
Radianfub 5-tpood units Maj. Gen Sumter L Lowery who SERVE YOUwM. y "r you !
READY TO
'__ Thcrmtzor cooker has just returned from Washington. BUTTER Tots In the clochw, add soap and set THANKSBRADFORD have been soaked, washed, rinid. and dampdriedaul
SmokoUss type broiler Ca WELLSElectrical COUNTYFor 30c lb. -manr pieces are actually dry enough to Iron t

AK-porxolain inside and out MAIL SCHEDULE Contracting Your e And not only does the G-E All-Automatic Washer".',r0"'.
Q CHANGED work and attention but it baa all she> features you'.e al"ai'In )
a Many other exclusive A slight change In the schedule VOTE &: SUPPORT'You aa automatic! washer.Phone .

Frigid air. f atvr.* of mall closings at the post Exprrt Range. and and Your People Will Ready For GENERAL ELECTRIC
Water Heater
office was announced this week. Repair
Always Occupy A Warm NOM LAUNDRY IQUIPMINT
Southbound mall now closes at LICENSED BONDED

Your Frigid Jre Dealer Since 1931 9:15: a. m. (formerly 9:00: a. m.) '- Spot In My Heart.Your .

j .Northbound mall now closes at Phone 199 Friend V S
G.
5:13 p. m. (formerly 5:30 p. m.) Temple Pratt St. 199 J. McGRIFFCorner

'Pha e> Tempi I There Is no change In the night Starke,1 Florida FISH

+ E.H. SMITH Jk Tenth closing schedule which is 9:00: Colin English <
1 K
p. m. for both north and south Temple & Pratt St.
I I DAN'S .. DAN'S THE:
THE MAN
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