Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: Redeems $45,000 Water Sewer -

l To Become Debt Free 4

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became a debt free town last week when City BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH

W'k Ie Johns and City Attorney G. L. Patten made a
Carl D. C.
trip to Washington retiring $45,000 worth
"- O"H Sewage Revenue Certificates for $39.375.00 *

''cVthedollar; ). and Mr. Patten p
i conferred with Official Cour.tu Publication i Kt
0 Established
? In 1877
stated : Senator Spessard Holland, who _
Johns of t h i VOLUME SEVENTY ft
congratulated them .
the, retirement ttt this time ef- stability of Starke.on the The financial ST.U\KE. FLORID'RIIJA: ', MAY .... 19-18 ........ILl............,....... ........u.._. :

foul saving of 21.79S-0() Senator stated tha he knew but if' ,

representing; $5,625.. one other Florida municipality Lawtey Railroad ... _. ;

city, face or the certtflcateiI Quincy that was in such good o' Andrews Decides To : '
In interest tha t financial condition. Stay I:
ui paid If the certlflcatei I Mr Johns stated that the Crossing Claims ,

date In 1987.. bonds arrived at the local bank

maturity certificate' were bough t Wednesday and the city's check Seventh In Run-Off With Johns fl I :
Federal Works Agenc3:''p was Immediately tendered in pay \
ie in 1942. ment. .

,, \\led the city's bonds share of i I Although the purchase- depleted Second f : f It
ntlng the project for expantenet '. the city's cash balance almost to crossings in Law I Berry Shipments Primary Battles Also Being :

FWA and water facllitlein I the "vanishing point". Mr. Johns tey claimed in recent their seventh victim May Continue Waged By Reddish, Crawford, ,! '

stated, Starke still has year when Emmett -
a nest
egg Lincoln If Rain Comes Kelly and Long : '
.hIngtonMr. Johni!I ">t $23,000 in War Bonds. Bruner 64, : t;
e In overseer for the Canal Tim-
I berland Corporation of Talla- Bradford It'a little of that rain that Continuance of the spirited contest between incumbent I 1 :
Johns Announces County was I
hassee getting too
I was
instantly! killed Senator
Charley E. Johns
Delegates by the Seaboard's much of a couple of months ago of Starke and Rep. G. Fred Andrews -

ght Speaking ItineraryCharley No. 7 Wednesday southbound should come along now it might of Lake Butler for the Senatorship from the 15th
morning at
9 ::34 o'clock. prolong the strawberry season for (Bradford-Union) District was assured this week with the ': f

Bradfordilate E. Johns, candidate for, According to witnesses, the accident several weeks yet and would announcement by Andrews that he, had reconsidered his ;',;
re-election State
the as Senator from I occurred when Bruner, a- greatly benefit all other cropalnow decision to withdraw from the run-off and would stay in
15th District ..
announces tl e ring for
maturing. a finish fight.
( lone and driving a Chevrolet tl
of delegates to th> invites following. his speaking itinerary and, truck, attempted to cross from During the past week 1090 In explanation of his decision, Andrews yesterday is.-
Convention I opponent. Rep. G. Fred -
a1 i Democratic the west side of the double trackto crates of berries were told through I sued the
Fielding L,. '.rinarews of Lake Butler, and al! the following statement 1
cted" for I the east, where Canal's naval market here at an '
average addressed
local to the' citizens
nominee> candidates to speak with of ,
gj presidential County in the> him: stores operation (the former Hal $5,450.So price of $s, bringing growers Two Ballots both counties:
I Bradford Edwards' still) Is located. Bruner .
took; Saturday. May 13 "Upon
I primary like Grant Is said to have paused awaiting far this season a total of completion of count
official L l') Providence 10 a. of
ond according to m. the passage of a freight on the 13,378 crates of fruit had been On May 25th Primary Election ballotson
by the canvas / Ralford! 11:30 a. m. May 4 and the
i released east track but apparently failedto shipped with returns to growers small)) ma-
following its meeting: Hampton, 1:15: p m. note the 1t .- estimated at jority vote and the
tout I approach of a passenger '.1 ..4* 0 $109,84883. Pro- assurance -
pit t Friday. Graham, 3:13: p. m.'I train on the wet track and : c--- duction and receipts are both far Voters In the Second Primary, that there would not be any
men dele. Brooker 5:15: p. m. behind May 23: will use two absentee ballot* cast to .
eight Wright 'I drove his truck directly In the the figures for 1947 when! separate change
I received: votes ranging from". Saturday, May 22 path of the speeding streamliner.The 41.013 crates of berries were Bold. ballotsone containing the names the result I announced to some
to 890 foe Lawtey. 1:30: p. m. bringing of the regular "run-off" candi friends that I would not enter the '
,r Carl Hanton diesel-powered "Camellia", THESE UNUSUAL, .'ICTU. tS growers an estimated ,
highest voted I Lake Butler. :11 a. m. southbound $294, 10.60. dates, and a special ticket to be run-off campaign and would
\W. Day. from New York and were taken by S. D. Phillips a con .
I by any man on the un- Starke 4:00: p. m. travelling at a speed later estimated few minutes afteri Wednesday's -1 r''r'' All berries sold hero now are used Court for electing a State Supreme cede the nomination to Senator ., .

was 221 for Gov by Conductor R. C. Wood- tragic accident. being justice to succeed Judge Johns *
led list Top scene show ; bought by "peddlers" and Rivers 11
I ilillard Caldwell. The, Students Stage ard as between 70 and 75 milesan demolished chassis _of plckdp J ? cold pack representatives. It is Buford resigned.In However, the official canvas

ower delegate, N. S. Stone.!, Gala May Day Event hour struck the truck squarely truck still lying across railroad <" ,, believed that this operation might I Is this special primary which of vote.. Including* absentee .'? ;:

, ceivel 224 votes. while the completely demolishing the vehicle track. Center picture shows the) ." continue for several weeks yet If being held on the same dateas ballots. gave me additional plur- ,

I Truman-pledged delegate,'Last[ Friday and breaking It into four train's conductor and bystander ':' <' < a good rain would come. the regular second primary allty. which would not permit me ,

II Goebel received only 125. smashed sections. The mangled Inspecting all that remain _of <0 Around 400 bushels of Justice T. Frank Hobson, who wasappointed to let my friends down and I am ,
I women delegatesto I Students of Bradford High Jun.. lifeless body of Bruner was" hurled truck'tt .rear end. At right Is < bers have been sold at the market to Uuford's place until now In the run-off campaign with, ; '
: Wright ranged in votes ior High and Elementary School I to the left directly onto the shown shiioiKled body of accident since the season opened two next January, will compete with Mr. John I again thank you r '
to presented a colorful Ma] Day program .. victim ntlll i'i&"r; Circuit Judge W. May Walker of tot your past favorable consider-
for Lillie H. Dowda tor east double track where it remained lying between track, weeks ago. Prices have ranged > '
I 574 Friday May 7. the school I TaIl haBIII'e for the seat. atlon and ,
on hope that
| Lena Bird. On the unln- for an hour holding up awaiting coroner's In'e"tlptlon'l from $2.50 to $3.25 per bushel, you will assist ;t
list the highest vote was I athletic field. The activities were I two freight trains until the coroner with receipts thus far estimatedat Voters are advised to be are me at this time to save our ", I

1 Mrs. Elgta!: Bayle8ll.I directed by Mrs. L. A. Canova andI I completed his Investigation( $782.50. to obtain both ballots when en- 'White Supremacy' for our chll- .. :.'

If Ml by of the State I Miss Louise Beyers members oi and the body was removed by a Man Escaped tering the polls. dren and their descendants forever "
I the chairman the Sweet corn Is beginning to appear more."
faculty. ,
who tallied DeWItt C. Jones ambulance to From Chattahoochee'
Department and the first trucks will
| |I The program began with the I Starke. FFA Barbecue In addition to the colorful Sen-
be loaded :
crowning of the King and Queen, Captured HereSam early atorlal race, voters 6"
in this ,
for delegate The "Camellia", In making an week. county <
le nomination Spike Vance and Peggy Wiggins, For' Parents, FriendsIs will decide second primary' I
broke into three runoffs :
Dls- emergency stop
the 2nd Congressional by the of the Student Ruls former resident pf on .
I president May 89 between
H. sections as coupling pins came Gala EventThe T. C. I
Zach Baker !
who ;
) was won by County ,escaped from .
men Crawford
( Council, Billy Smith. Attendants I and P. D. Reddish for :
loose. Several 29 Teachers j
"uninstructed1"ballot passengers on the -
state insane at Chat ;
9, marked to the Pat Mc- asylum Sheriff and .7. '
listed royal couple were St. Peter burg bound limited stat fourth annual Parent, and R. Kelly and Oene, "
tahoochee several
who weeks
was ,
but I Griff and June Caldwell. Flower ago. was Son Banquet of Bradford Chapter. Long for Tax Contactor.. '
be- ed that after a preliminary Jerk here >
as picked afternoon
L lection! with advertising the "draft, Elsen- girls were Shi Ann Smith Elaine all cars came to a fairly smooth by Chief up of Police Sunday W. E. Thorn Named For BHS Future Farmers of America was la County comm....&.... District: :
gned I Abercrombte Leila Nogel andi held last Friday evening when 1 (Lawtey) I
He received 609 stop about a quarter of a mile ton and Patrolman Bert Johns. a rrun.on.. also In .,
:group. I i I Sue Odom. from the collision and fa members of the organisation were progress .between I IT. C. 'Edward I
no one on Ruls I
[to 443 for Horace C. Avery,I' was placed In the city Jail I
The Queen wore hosts at
a yellow organdie Twenty-nine members of the a delicious barbecue cupper and CartPrevail./
nominee the train was injured. until officers from the 'a. ylum ; t I
fright-Instructed off the shoulder gown ana Parts of the shattered Bradford High and Elementary served out of doors on long In ,County Commli .
ingresslonal delegate This truck$/ arrived and carried him back toChattahoochee. carried nosegay of peach col- lodging under the train, punetured School faculties and two Hamp tables placed on the BHS cam- Octet 3 .(South'Stark) the '
exception to the 'Wright lol & :,. ._ %, ,.... : "' .econd'I";", II
iflred.glad a-and purple kIa./Herr Met'"tanks onthethlrd.of1Jre inn teachers were' reappolnted tarthe : prllQU'Ji.i1cua,,, Is. 't ,
: vtwee J.
i in Br iitorJ-e'o 6'1t'rIt1]r attendant < limer 'colored 'FoUowthg his escape, Ruis,hall Lions Lose 9-4 *- )
wore a. : 1948-49 school A feature '
!,r three power units pulling the< year, by the of the after dinner Mauric*>Edward- and Douglas obtained a farm near ,
d to Job on a
'I gown and carried a nosegay of "Camellia" and the. damaged 'unit To San Mateo Board of Public Instruction ,at Its program, was the presentation of O. W. "Durham and Clarence '

fiance In this area., daisies and purple Iris. The flower was placed on a siding south of Stance and remained there several ,n..ptlng last Friday May 7. a numbor of Silver Emblem and Rboden are In a. run-oft for Jus- '

Fred T Nooney the 'girls were gowned in pink dresses Lawtey while the rest of the train weeks before going berserk last The Starke Lions lost a 9-4 base.. Teachers of all other schools had Bronze Emblem awards to Maurice tice of Peace Dist. 1 (comprising t

!-Inatructed nominee for trimmed in May flowers and car- proceeded south about 11:30: a. m Sunday,- attacking= his. two "brothers ball decision to San Mateo SunJuv, previously been appointed. Edwards, Jr., N. O. Hayes,\ voting precinct 1, 2 and. .3, ,,1.
h delegate! 2nd Congres- ried baskets of flowers of the who live In Starke. At tnetime. Jr. and :
sea- Following his investigation, afternoon at San Mate The Hoard also purchased two I Kltlriiige Hayes for proficiency I Only two statewide contests twill
of his the local
I District, received 449 votes son which they dropped In the E. K. capture by new school busses, accepted the In judging dairy cattle,
County Judge Ferryman Bob the '
officers the had his brothers McClellan on the moundfor appear on short second !i'
p for MaJge! O. Ward "un- path of the procession. escapee resignation of N. Carson Geiger dairy products, and poultry. (
serving as coroner pronouncedthe the
winners, limited the Lions I primary ballot. Dan McCarty *
hlghesi !! down In the ditch behind the k
kteil' and next con- .A. program was then presented Incident accidental death and, Coca-Cola plant and was "chewln' to 4 runs 6 hits, while Jimmy a.t head couch: of BUS, and IUd, I'lK'HK throe boys comprise the I and Fuller Warren will fight it I
before the King and Queen in the groundwork for the crack judging' team of the Bradford .
would be con-
stated that
no Inquest out for
Godwin the
was touched for 9 runs,, Governorship, while
'em up". Thornton stated. J
Mi wd Slate which the Elementary and Junior necessary. G. P. Ecard of Tampawas 8 hits by the winners. Mlructlnn of showerhouHe at the Chapter and lust year won L. Grady Burton and Richard. ::1 l '
the grades took part. Outstand- UHS athletic field. a trip to the national l context at p
basis Of still incomplete High engineer on No. 7 at the Rotarians Hear Ervin are competing the of- ,
Outstanding of the afternoon
ing of these dances was the Virginia Waterloo, Iowa. Young Edwarda.
from the state it appear- time ef the accident. 2 base In the reappointment of teach'' flee of Attorney General. *

terday that Governor Cald- Reel danced by the Fifth Biuner a native of Alabama Market Expert while was Jake a Keene, hit catcher by Godwin, collected era. the School Hoard followed ox van. also presented with a cash 1
''uninstructed) and N. S. Grade. A very pretty May Pole the award OH a Gold Emblem winner,
had lived in Lawtey for the past 3 bases.A actly recommendations of the Local of
Jr. (Eisenhower) had nos- dance was presented by the Seventh two or three years. In additionto G. B. Hogan, assistant director schedule of Uourd, of Trustees of Spi-cial Tax the hlgh"at FFA( award, In judgIng U ,F Alumni 1.11:

ttwo of the Wright dele- and Eighth grade girls,'which his widow. he Is survived by of State Farmers Markets in June follows: games through District 1 (the only such district poultry. The emblem were To Organize Unit H

who at first seemed to have concluded the dances. The student -, two brothers. Emery D. Bruner Florida was guest speaker at the 18 In Bradford County). (Eight teach- presented by J. (I. Smith of) f
May -- Doctors Inlet at Monday
ad.< Unless this trend la body then sang the Alma of Vernon. Fla., and Henry Bruner Rotary Club Wednesday, describ- Starke. ers were not reappointed. Vacancies Gulne vlll !, IJUtilct Supervisor of Night f,:

:'d l when complete returns Mater and the King and Queen I of Bonifay; and by his step- ing the growth of the state marketing May 23 Carpenters, Jacksonville will be filled from applicationson Agricultural Education.The D. R. "Billy" Matthews Director '

I", the slate of men dele- and their attendants marched 'mother Mrs. Ella Bruner. system from Its small beginning at Starke. hand at a later date. main address, of the even- of 'Alumni Affair together .'tII'

(state at large) to the na- down the red carpet. Funeral services will be held to the present time when May 30 -- Dixie Lily. Willlston The Hoard authorized! the purchase Ing was made by Hal Davis. ofVUlncy with Col. Everett Yon. VicepresiT;f

convention will be mixed Mrs. Canova end Miss Beyers Friday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock the annual volume of produce at Willlston. of two new school bun ( Htate FFA President,, dent of the 8th District of Florida I ,

i ed of six WrightpledgedIt. thanked all those who helped to In the DeWItt C. Jones Chapel, handled through State Markets June 6 Doctors Inlet at Doctors ChWlHIBI'II one from Torode Chevrolet who described depletion of the Alumni and one of the coaches

., one Elsenkower-pledged make the program a success. with Rev. O. V. Lee, pastor of the will total almost $34,000,000 this Inlet. Company for $1,584.20 and soil an the number one problemfaced of the University of Florida coach- {]

'De uninstructed. Henry Bennett master of ceremonies Lawtey Baptist Church officiating June 13 Dixie Lily Willis- one from Andrews Ford Motor by agriculture today. He Ing staff, will highlight an organ- }.

delegates on the ballot had announced the programby Interment will be In Evergreen year.Mr.. Hogan stau
.ed opposition to President loud speaker. I Cemetery. Gainesville. need of tho S/-ke mar- June 20 Coleman at Coleman. .,thuol bun bodies were ordered. necessary for. the modern farmer Legion Hall Monday night at 8:00: j I
an It It for a lawyer, a doctor
?, }}: Civil Rights| program ket Is greater volume of produce. June 27 Coleman at Starke from a Jacksonville firm. o'clock by the proposed University f

me exception of the single Sam AndersonAt Mrs. Nellie SmithMrs. since buyers cannot be attracted'Ir Coach Geiger whose resignation : or any other professional of Florida Alumni Club .of |

an-pledged aspirant), but the Smith's unless vollume is sufflcientlly Forestry Film the Board accepted has held man.Drew Starke according to A. J. Thomas. : t-
Garage the
it-pledged men and women Nellie Smith 30. wife of heavy to make it interesting for the 'position of head coach and Reddish president of Jr.. program chairman. I

generally believed to be the J. L. (Sam) Anderson who Felton Smith of Starke died them to come here. Adverse t Shown To LionsAn athletic director of BHS for four I I local banquet chapter and ,conferred presided over honorary the Movie, In color, of one m of the :t t

bitterly adamant. foreman of Tuesday i May 4 in the Shadycrest weather conditions In North Florida years. Ills resignation was submitted Gator' lst season games will b6 I,
iec ntly resigned as :
interesting 30-mlnut film I memberships upon George Hopelouaou -
April 21 and becomes effective -
She born 15 for
"t Abbott was high man In the maintenance shop at Camp Hospital. was Sept. this season were blamed pertaining to fire hazards In Na- June 30.Uuard I and If. A. Lawson for their shown and narrated by the Un I- '. ., 11
Lawrence Georgia. volume is
1917 In County. the fact that here so
county for Democratic Na- Blanding, Is now employed at,, In addition to her husband she at the time. tional Forests wan shown at the Ihe authorized School I cooperation l with the FFA In the versity coach. 1""
Committeeman receiving Smith's Garage and is invitingthe disappointing present Lions Club meeting Wednesday .Superintendent Arthur McRae to I promotion of Improved beef cattleIn The program is designated to "i *
survived by four daughters and Introduced byR. .
tel Is Mr. was
to 519 for Jerry W. Car- patronage of friends and old Hogan I Bradford County. Interest aU alumni and Gator r
'cond high. j three sons. all of Starke. B. Alvarez, manager of the night by 5! R. Frierson, public have specifications and plans booster In
customers. Funeral services were held In 'local market, who had charge of relations officer of the Florida [drawn up for the construction of The address of welcome wanad < this ,area. Friends of ,t

'L Louise Alford, incumbent. 2uv. Anderson has not been en-I I Union Church at Soperton Ga. the for the day. Forest Service, and G. L. Cooper. II shower room on the BBS athletic I by Ralph Davis, FFA member the university and former Florid. '.;. !
'* here the mechanical business program I and the P. student are Invited. '
for National Com- gaged in Wednesday afternoon. May 5, at extension ranger of a three-county field. Actual construction response was by

oman. polling 281 to 158 in Starke since 1941 when; 3 o'clock. Interment was In-the DIST. 1 CANDIDATES district including Bradford.The depends upon State approval of the I:). Reddish father of the chap- "Billy" Matthews was appointed : ;
rl. Mary Moore in second he sold his garage and went to plans. I;:er president. V. R. Ferguson, Director of Alumni Affairs on December I
THANK VOTERS AND meeting was presided over
church cemetery.
work at Blanding. He baa been The teachers I hapter advisor, Introduced nilsinfculnhfd 1, 1947. At that time
reappointed by
I Local arrangements were incharge RECOMMEND EDWARDS by N. Carson Geiger<< In the absence ,,
Idential electors receiving in mechanical repairing and machine ,1 I of DeWitt C. Jones. of the President. T. Frank the Board for the next ,school year t gueiit there were only five active ctubitat .," '

ria vote werk for 27 years and his, Dear Voters: were: The banquet was preceded by : .the _University. of Florida. It .
here were: Helen Landrum, who is in New York __ .. .. .. I >
Weat here will enable the the or "*mertca' anu an is JUT. M ttn.ws- goal to organize ,
J- T. Smith, Jr.. A. L. connection i I CARD OF THANKS Again I would like to expressmy City. Madge MJddleton Edna:; F're- singing
", wm. U Coats Clyde W. garage to more adequately serve,' We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation for the splendid vatt, Leola Roberts Ola Robin- Invocation by Rev. W. E. Hall. at least one club in each of the '

"'"fl> and Clarence N. Guire. .ne public with automotive repairing -, and appreciation to support shown me as a candidatefor son Helen Malone, Ethel Biggs. Following the program member counties of Florida and he Is cOmIng ,t 1

general machine work, ,'I gratitude friends who in many ways County Commissioner of District Keep Cards UpSen. Ernestine McRae Justine Pellum. and their guest gathered In to Starke In furtherance of >: .

% I welding. etc.Legion all our evidence of their friendship! 1 (Lawtey). Since I was E. Johns Lillie Bridges, Edna Hart, Myrwln the USO building whore square' that program. Since December he ''j

-StateFarm gave the long illness !defeated I would like to advise Charley urgeshis Long, Eunice Searing Ruth Fra- dancing to the music of a string has organised 15: additional club ,
during business friends to his '
and sympathy keep /
\ Bids To Be To Meet and at the death of our be- that I will Support and vote for window cards displayed prominently zler. Willie Mae Denton Kate band wan enjoyed until a late and DOW hope to organizo the t

s father. | Mr. T. C. Edwards for this office Sheppard, Blanche Edwards. Eva hour. next one here. r f/
!lived> loved husband and during the run-off cam !-%,
May 20 I American Legion Post No. 56 Especially do we thank each at the election to be held May 25, paign preceding the second primary Anderson Hazel Cres ler. Verna I Mr\ arnl Mrs. Neivon T Green At the present time members I

I letter 'will hold its regular meeting next for the donations 1948. Demorest. Ida Lou Smith. Rubl" were In charge of the barbecue In the Alumni Association receive '
to Sen. and every one on May 25.
thu. week, F. Charley E Tuesday night in the Legion Hall and .contributions given in any, -3. P. SullivanTo Mae Perkins, Ruby Craft. Louise and Brunswick stew which were a copy of the student Alligatoreach I

tIof the Elgin B.yles. at 8:00: o'clock. All Legion Members making it possible for him to WILLIAMS TILNKS'OT.RS: Beyers, Alexander Purcell Ellen featured on the menu. week, priority on two foot '

stated state Road Dent and Veterans are urged toe way comfort and care needed Whom It May Concern: I take this means of expressing Law Della Rosenberg, V. F. Ferguson ball ticket for the gators games

Q that : "I am glad to present as several matters of have here every on earth. Words cannot Although defeated in the Primary my heartfelt thanks to my staunch Mona Canova. Ethel Sewell. A.NIthEWH TIINK'OTERf4 and beginning in April they will

we are today releasVerIIemeflt Interest to ex:. ervicemen will be how much your kindnesH I Election held May 4, 1948 supporters for their votes for me I Two Hampton teachers Floy I am deeply grateful to the receive the first of four issue ot i ,

4 May for bids to be brought up for discussion at that express thoughtfulness has meant to j for County Commissioner Dtst. 1. on May 4 for Supervisor of Regis Sullivan and Dorothy Swanbom. good people of Bradford County the Florida Alumnus. ,
and 20 for "trrM., time. God's richest blessings t this Is to advise that I expect tration. I am very grateful to were also roappolnted. for their support on May 4. Although f It

tI1CtUreI construction of draln- A. J. Thomas jI:.. Adj. I us. May each one. I lupport and! vote. for .Mr. T._ tol my friends for the generous ad I lost. I hold nothing but EDWARDS THANKS VOTERS \iwfef i. rt

I'll on Road 225, rest on wish to express_ our_u_ _B>'MA UV<_.._Cthanks Edwards for tnu orzice ai uw I appearing In the Starke Telegraph CARD OF THANKS good will toward everyone. I wish to express my thank* .
COunty, between Road We 25.: 1948. We wish to thank our many Sincerely. to the voters of District 3 for the .
"I to Dr. H. H Adams and election to be held May on April 30 in my behalf. I will
alias.LaWtey a distance of Red Cross Meeting staff of the Shadycrest -0. J. Phillips. I rosTer forget your loyalty.T. kind friends and neighbors for Romey Andrews. fine vote given me on May 4 and 'IJ

i ecauae ot In- the entire their assistance and comforting take this opportunity to ak 1
iIt your meeting will be for their untiring service S. Williams.MOBOAN your .
thl8 important An Important Hospital words during the recent illness WYNN TI.ANrqnRH I continued support In race for
I lilt project. evening at 8 o'clock and kindnesses to him. The Dear Voters: I my 't
the above will held Monday and death of our dear mother.We I wish to thank the voters of county commissioner the .
be good executive Board of the attention and expressive flor- Tour vote and support was deep THANKS VOTEBS!: I I t during .\ .'II
4 by the American kind bestowed by consoling ly appreciated In my campaign for I wish to express my sincere are mont grateful for the Dl t. 3 who have supported me In I second primary. "f_ ,

rtI1 bttllnliaoWl road mix pave- Bradford County Chapter Chapter office al tributes relatives during our County Commissioner of District thanks to the many friends of floral offering given In her the past and aLso my friends who -J. Maurice Edward :
in the and "i\i.
be Red Cross friends '
used on Utlsj -pro- will always be rem- 1 (Lawtey). but since I was defeated Bradford County for their vote memory.Mr.. and Mrs. Culver stood'by me la the last election. Z'I '

Clinic Building. .Is bereavement hearts with deep in the First primary I I and support on May 4th. shall Van Alutine and family. .:It baa been a pleasure to serve SILCOX THANKrf VOTERS .rt'jf..

The"purpose of the meeting embered in our thanks.Mrs. would like to take this oppor- d. my best for the schooLs of you a* your County Commissioner I wlah to take this opportunity ,(: .,, : .

.taD or TllANKS to determine the future policies gratitude and L. Silcox A family. tunity to say that I expect to support Bradford County and strive at Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair and),and I hope that my successor in to thaak the people of Bradford 'i .r ..

r BeuIa1t Prescott wishes to of the Chapter. In view of the Walter and vote for )fr. T. C. Ed- an times to be worthy of 'the daughter Anne of Lake City office will have the cooperationof County for their loyal support '..

I UaanIu to 'thebey. whoher amount raised during the fund Delores McKnlght and wards In the election to be held confidence that you have shown spent Sunday with Mrs. Hair's the people of the District which given me during the recent elec t

tIo-ert blOo4 to and< for the campaign In March. Misses Dod4 spent last Saturday on May 93. 1948. by your vote parent Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hoi meant *o much to me during my tion. flanking you. I am I J

received while in All members of the board are Maoea -Bill Lane Harmon P. Morgan Ungiworth. I tenure of office. Sincerely, -J.L.Silcoz 1 f" if;
P4ta. ,In Gainesville. J. L. Wynn.
to attend.
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f . . . .1 Mrs. Levy Foray the and daughters -' visiting their parents. Mr. and I cepted a position in Jacksonville i Baptist Church. Imagine they I I Church acrase the

: Bradford County Telegraph of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ger- Mn. T. L. Wainwrlght Mother's and hopes to move his family have lights also In the Methodist) body Is ao happy riVet,
Theressa trude Caratenaen and children of Day. there soon in spite of the fact I about I
i it Green Cove Springs and Mr. and that houses and apartments are
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNKME0lTOftFabUfthed : Mine Eva Mae Trlent' Miss Doris Starling of JackllOn-
iI By
I Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of Starke anc vine the weekend of very hard to find in that city.
Entered Second was guest Electric Service &
t Every Friday and a their guests Mr and Mrs. AI: her brother-in-law and sister Mr. He like many of our farmers Supply
Claw' Matter at the Pont Office at Starke Fla. Mrs. Sidney W. Grtffls and son Whitmyer. were Mother's Day and Mrs. H., C. Wainwrlght. grew very discouraged over farm-
of Starke were Thursday visitor visitors of their mother Mrs. ing prospects for this year. Manya 123 F.. CALL ST. -
: Wins Ernestine Moore came from
MEMBER 1948 of Mrs. J. Swindell and Mr. and Doshia Swindell and all attended dollar was lost by rotting of n.\.
Jacksonville to be with her parents -
1 Mrs. J. D. GrtffU. i Homecoming Day at Hope Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, : vegetable seed but grass and Electrical Contractors
$3 Annually '1.10 For Six: : Month Mrs J. P. Dickinson and daughter Church. Mrs Swindell was blessed on Mother's Day. I weeds seized the opportunity to
Grace, Mrs. B. F, Geiger and' by having all of her children grow unhindered; ground to wet Licensed Electricians
Mrs. Frank Dryden visited Mrs with her on this day, with the Miss Ernestine Blanchard, whoIs to be worked. But, we'll all live
Jimmie Cnann in Gainesville Fri exception of one son, Sgt. Kirby employed In Jacksonville, was through It and It may be a long, AUTHORIZED SALES &: SERVICE FOR j
Swindell attending National the Sunday guest of her parents, long time before we ever have another CROSLJr:
day.Mr. Guard School at Fort Bennlng, Mr and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. such year. MAYTAG NORGE AND t'M\Ens\i I
R. B. Alvarez & Son and Mrs. Ouynelle McGee Ga. The Bennet Wilkinson had as a At last we have electric lightsIn MAJOR APPLIANCES
:and family and J. C McGee moved F MIss
to Keystone: Heights Saturday We had a very nice crowd out Sunday guest their daughter Kvertrrcen- homes and In the
Eunice Wilkinson who Is employeIn I
We will miss them but wish them 'for "Homecoming Day" in fact
luck in their new home. far too many to be able to get Jacksonville.
; Transfer & Storage Co. We appreciate each and every- all their names in our column. Mr.\ and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox 01 f
We the Starko were dinner guests of Mrs,
one who came out Saturday and are sure day was enjoyedby
AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. worked so faithfully In the ceme- all. Plenty to eat and an Silcox's parents Mr. and Mrs. G,
W. Roberts Mother's Day.
awfully nice program.
tery working. There was a good .
[*M': Moving and PHone 9105 crowd all day. All worked hard Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonof Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford were
and faithfully to get it in nice Starke attended church Sun- visiting relatives In Lawtey lay LOOK. i '
$ 5tpfagll, We Operate Local and Long Dis condition. There were many tir- day night. Sunday.Mr. -

t a" z- tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In ed and aching backs and blistered Mrs. Wm. Hall and daughters, and Mrs. A. H. Harley spent C New heovy-duty,....|.4.,
j faces but, happy ones seeIng a Miss Grace Dickinson Mra. E. S. several days last week In Hell Synchro-Meth Truck fro
Starke City Limits. much needed job so well done. Sibley and daughter and Ernest bronn with the Saint Clair liar at America's and e N.w SpllnedA l HubC!

SEE US FIRST I_ We ,!"re.sorry to report Mr. Triest visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim- leys.Mr. Control Advance-Dmlgn and Foot,Oper G..
uurKnarcs Being so seriously in mi e Gnann and family In Gaines- and Mrs. Frank Wells and Ing Brake In f
f Friends all wish him a speedy re ville Sunday. two daughters were the guests ot Trucks modeli e Improved 3P.d Val..In.i Ira",r.
Mrs. Wells' mother, Mis. Effle Leading
covery. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ellanc Engine e Excluuv.l ,1
I Mr. and Mrs. Lamarr Chandlerand and son of Keystone visited their Miner, during the weekend. Brake,,
:i BICYCLE SHOE son of Jacksonville were mother Mrs.' S. E. Trleat Sun- Rev. C. B. North and L. H
I weekend visitors of Mrs. Chand- day and attended church Sunday Futch attended a group meetingof
: REPAIRING ler's mother Mrs. Kettle Jones. night. the Methodist\ Churches In the< '
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of II Don't forget "Ladles Council" Gainesville District at HighSprings I CHEVROLETj ;
Hampton spent Sunday with their meeting each Tuesday night at last Thursday evening.The .
i We Make children all of whom were gath- Mrs. Durden's, at the Salvation C. B. Bennett famllly movedto
Keys Miami last week. The Ben-
ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Army Camp. Prayer meeting aft-
r netts have been citizens of
Dan Loper and family. erward. Everyone urged to attend Lawteyfor Advance-Design
several and l will begreatly '
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. I these services. missed. We wish them From headlight to tall light, ,
EETJBiggs; T Albert Sullivan will be pleased to I Young folks prayer services and Chevrolet Advonci-Dtiign
j well In their new home.
know they are both much better social hour enjoyed each Saturday At the Mother's Day servicesat rv bring you th. futuiVi itti,a
and are expected to return home 'night at Hope Baptist Church; OHpoaranc In every ?.*?
the Methodist Church last Sun-
very soon from Miami. We will alao Sunday School and service TRUCKS body, cab, fenderi and hood)
five received Into
day people were
& Baker be glad ,to see them home again. each Sunday morning and even- the Church. Mrs. A. It. Harley f',

"Mrs. Henry GIrton of St. Peters- ing.Be and Mrs. Catherine Teare each re-
burg was the weekend sure, to attend these services.Lawtey *
guest of ceived a bouquet for being the
105 W. CALL ST. ST RKE. FLA. her son, Cleveland Neal. oldest mothers present. 00
I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomilson'and Rev. C. B. North went to Ocala
. .: I daughters and Mr. and Mrs. G. last Tuesday to attend a district Today, American business that'T. ; .
.u.-IlI_.M W. Ezell and son of, Jacksonvillewere meeting of the Pastors of the
J weekend visitors of their Br r.. '1. Paror Methodist Churches of the Gainesville looks ahead looks to the leader'sline d i ,

From where I sic.Joe Marsh, sey.Mr.parents, Mr. and'Mrs. R. M. Her- . . I Mrs District.G. W. Roberts Mrs. Paul of Advance-Design trucks for

and( Mrs. John Jordan and The Home Demonstration Club Dlnklns Mrs. Effle Miner, Mrs higher standards of value I on the Only Advance-Dtilgn tnichi I h
daughters of Alachua lMr. and met last Monday and Tuesday In Catherine Teare and Mrs. L. H. the farnoin Cob that '......tIIosflob.

Jeb Had the Folks .------ the school cafeteria for a demonstration Futch were guests of Mrs. Hal Today, Chevrolet trucks bring and d.an, cool air Ii dram j
I In tray making. Miss Edwards In Orange Park last ind air fared and Ab
; in Stitches THANKSFROM Madge Whigham had charge of 'Tuesday afternoon you the features of tomorrow heated In cold wsath,,.Th!.Cab)
i the demonstration.Mr. FIxl-Mounld,cinhlonid on IIIb
and Mrs. O. W. Roberts Advance-Design features-at- the with afully-adjutabl..tonda|
were In Jacksonville round vlilblliry with roar
';,i At the Friday Night Social, In oar town for Instance: : Some day transacting business.last Thurs-' lowest prices in the volume field! I I wlndo_*
Jib Crowell had the audience la folks like band concerts, other EvergreenBy
' stitches-doing a lake-otf on theMastering don't -some families serve beer Mr and Mrs. Horace Cox of Look ahead and look at them now
character who belittleseverybody with dinner, others, buttormllk- Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Mrs. J. D. Cuerstreet OnlyCh.vrol.taff.nyoua' ,<
Mrs., Cox's mother, Mrs. Paul -on display in our showroom. prier' In In. volum. add) H....a
; and,everything that isn't and as for polities,there's plenty of Dlnklns. \ ices-- truck with compnrob't' .q..p.
[roe N.o!, ra&.0.. town. healthy disagreement. Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harleyand Mrs. W. M. Reddish spent parts and tpcciflcalloni that hit far fc

Wall w. can laugh at that tort But when it comes to denying son Dean were guests of Mr. of last Friday and Saturday with ." than comp Mi" mokti 10.
of character became from where folks the right to think or act a. Harley's parents Mr. and Mrs. her daughter Eva Jean in Jack madlt, 01 much 01 JMOTORODE ,

I lilt, Americans are just the opthey ehooa....no, were Ilk. you A. H. Harley last Sunday. sonville. She was expecting an- t
jxwite. W like to boast a bit perhaps -we don't believe In It,whether It CHAS. BENNETT I Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. ''Brown other daughter, Pansy (Mrs. IG ,...'* fir"tnalhm. ..d ....,.

about the pain Job on the goes for serving beer, or speaking' were In Jacksonville on Mother's Henly) from St. Louis Sunday. .lallfa.ryaand''pMooof ol nar ufro toms.ends. ..".
r, new ban. 00, the .mltftif atyl of, .one'i mind on public affairs.4, II"-*' CONGRESS NOMINEE i day visiting their daughter Mrs. .The Reddish family was visited
ooldfig-but w. aren't intolerant W. R. WeIgle. r Sunday afternoon by the Leslie
I will to how
I .of people! who don't think or act 8oe. trey my deepest Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sasser were ,McClellands. I '
naetly the tame way we do. appreciation for your kindnessby the Sunday guests of Mr. Saaser'a Mr. "Thee"' Brannen's family CHEVROLET C
giving the best service In parents at the State Farm. I enjoyed a fine Mother's Day pro-
my power. | Miss Adel DinkIns wall In Jacksonville I gram and dinner on the grounds
(Paid Pol. dv.) i last week visiting her i i at their church (Oak Grove) STARKE, FLA.CARTON .
Copyright, 1948, Unlit Slate Brewers Foundation
'IiI-------o-:. grandmother, Mrs. C. Dlnklns. I ,Sunday. Nearly every memberof
Mrs. Arie Testone of Jackson-I this family had a part on the
ville spent Sunday In Lawtey as program. Six people were bap
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary I Used that day.

Your Vote and Active Support Dinklns.Edward Massey Is upending I tey Mrs visited Pauline her Hamilton parents of the Law-Son OF COCA-COLA

some time In SummerfleM where I Roslers Sunday, and in the after-
he Is employed. The Massey noon brought them for a visit .
lived In Summerfield before moving with the J. D. Overstreets.
to Lawtey several months ago. The duet by him and his tiny
'r; Mrs. J. M. Oliver and Mr. and daughter wan especially enjoyed
\.,I ."."
'fl, :' Mrs. Frazier Oliver of Baldwin The duet was In honor of the EASY TO CARRY HO
'\ ",1-;'.' '"-. were guests of the George Roberts pastor Rev. Truby Parriah Mr.

last Sunday. Wilkersoir announced.It .
Miss\ Lou Edwards and Billie I was a pleasure to see De-
Edwards of Jacksonville spent verett Griffis present. He at- .
T ,., : Sunday with their parents, Mr. tends V of F from home and
.' and Mrs. Will Edwards. those professors give him plentyto "
Miss Marguerite WaInwrIght of read, so he doesn't get to be l'.
Florida State University and Dan t I I with us very often.
.Wainwright of Gainesville were Mr. Enman Nettles has ac- "


Keystone Pavilion Friday, May 14 8:30:: 'til 'i i ; o ny1


EDDIE RICE ORCH. Sponsored by American Legion f

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If f You VoteX- And Elect. To The Citizens of Bradford County: M ? M ;', ,

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I express to you my deep Rik; bt: R.S, ,<

appreciation for
jour support -

In the Primary May

;n .4tli and earnestly ask your k 91 '
4 t
r settee support for the second -
r ay Primary, May 23th.I .. 1 I Ir
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-# I am grateful for the won

F a d derfulote given me> In the 4
I' first Primary and with jour j
.... N help and mippott ran and Li
will win on May 33th. .5.

\ As Your Tax Collector I shall devote my full time ir .

and effortto the duties of r,

this high office and< lo all '

within my power to make. a

record aa your sheriff of

I which you will be proud. I

hate from the beginning
conducted a clean, open and honorable campaign for aherlff.I 40)i
have mail. no pledges of deputies or other petwona under
HONESTY T AT HEART ma and hate not furnNhed money to buy whiskey or otherIntosicating

liquor In connection with my campaign. I hall,
not do this In the second Primary If you have heard rumorsto :
,"1)\0., the contrary, they are without foundation.I i\.r' e

',' : desire to be ejected' sheriff of con county by honorable and 1.

." Just mean and to return back to you the citizen. of our -..tT.a .
full measure of honest, competent and faithful Hn1... I TITTLES' .

t f I "" shall enter thle office If elected, without bias or prejudice towards 6 FOI Atkjar either way. .'

", I any one and nail treat all citteeas of our county with saml w
:" T ,0 ALL >: Just and fair eoI fderattoa. PIueDepoeit trade-marks mean the ]

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01 OPI>"M' N11 of NE\4\ of SE'4' I> 8 Z2 Ander..on. .17 W i5 ft for pt of beg W of ny 19 7 U II T. J. Aldermen 1.71 'I I 'I ,
tI1I'! "f( tlWof\ NW 20. 1\I1II..d n. Judd 1t.01 thence run W 80 ft 8 NF.4 of 8E" of "'E'.8 91. L t" 'f I

rIiVI'I.. T. R. A..... 0..... Taxen NW"4 "t '"'E% 8 I Z2 20 Ellaab..th A. Edw.rd. .88 10ft ft B 10 ft N" 106 I.A In "1191' Cur & F..aA .; I' I. I
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NWIj. of SE% W of JoI..lvln Uriffle 1.10 W W. A. Cook ;S i'
g'' 61 1fAflr34: : < 11 40 J. V. Edward. Jr. to..d 8& .U JoEof 44 ft of SB', of S11I'. Corn NH'S.! 19 7 U 12 MInnie A. Marnormy t." I.
13.41 I \ of at N\V .
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\ 2$ 8 .
: 120 American Tune .. tlW4\ b: of 23 1 Percy Sullivan .
a t;' ot 19 120 Inc. Com .t NE RH III( 8 2:1: 80 }1'Srett, All that portion "f NWV. 1.81 of NH3I\ &. run N ITII 't 1"
''E'4 38 3082 I Cor of A4 u.n of HBV fore pt : "I '
lying W of .' obog thence
a 7 19 140 J. V. Edward, Jr. or "$' 1'0%,. ot :>IW;. &run : 'an FJ r
12.11 I It' H 990 al & N of Call 1 81 & E of rlln 314 rt N 75 Itv .
S ,) tt W 2u7 ft It Weller 8t Ex home. of 3l4 ft tI Ti ft to beg 19 : S
tJO 311 7 2t Wiley WIIII.m..on l.n
200 J. V. tt W
sg' 7 19 Edwards. Jr. 4M3 tt N 400 Mr. Lot II ,
43.19 I tt JoJ 4U8 *. D. W. Moore. H. H. In Keimaler. Add 19 7 U Emma: 91iz.it 1.91 I
:?;W'. ,)tiL H tt N 820 ft llounton A "h,... A. Lot" 21. 24. 25. 211. n. t : '
\VV4 7 it 88 J. V. Edward. Jr. 17.73 I IVvL al".1100. N ft 8-4 to pt of b"w. Jenkln A. Ex I Lot to 28 In ('. J We..k' II-II It 7 22 John the1 Thomaa '.1 2 ," t.
sW'of of k.3l: uf J. Maurice Kdward: 28 NSVI.... l.;x lOA
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$ II'Jt :> 10. 2Z 25 I Lot about 23 ft wide 541.47 ( 'or It 7 U 30 T J. Alderman 8.11 > ir
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It lion ='E"j" 10% "f 8W0. of Ni'' of 8WI. &. a.u Wellr > NW'. 01 I41.1 I' : > I'
E t t on 8 bv land ot Nr.1'I 2& 7 22 10 John 300S" I.U _
:- or U 7 19 5 Unknown 2.11 at ; ot NW \. &* W0\; of Mamhall on W by NV3> nf NW'. n 7 U .0 Willard Thomas ....
SE'ot' Io.3 of NE\\(" of SW3. 1\\ 8 2:1: 8llcox &. Lewi on N Lot 3'ernon Sub.jIv i'i't ;
EL 80 "Ir.. I'f
a Merrill \v
sg''. 1 g 20 80 Chester Moody 17.90 I IUC W4ij. ot uf NH HW or of SE'8W\. 1\\ II U 10 ('am.ron :;1tov.I'rnatt Co. :1.87 I.U bv: ink 15 L. T. *. ('us -. .... -... .--',, -of.-.NEIS.- N r

S'' sE'4' t 20 SB Fo nla Crw 5.89 W"uf HW uf S1i: sa II8:2. !O Pn"'h"n Pro,.. 4.49 .._Add. ._. 28 8:3 I'nknownoriKinni a-.ng-- i'in..i'.n: ,: cc. i nereena .
U 20 Cameron low of otarlie :IN.I''' Jjg 7 21 T. J. Alderman S.tS I
: % of NH of NE of Stova Co. 2.911 LuttBlk 1 A land E All :NHV4 of NEV4. E* 14-A I

MIof&" 0 At t NE'I Bu d 20 43 ; J..le I Lee Latenbyt 3.05 8Wo NW3.4 34 of 14 .. 23 8 '1'11"". E. 1111.01. ..!f VV.'T1", H. T. Walker SM on tI Shill 2" 7 J2 26 Willard Thoniac 4.41 I':
1.18 ,
S\V3 14 8 U 1..ota. .. 101k 8. Jlllml.ton Perk 314 11 7 12! Sarah 1.n .. .
. a t\ ( :: COin at NW 40 John Johnson V V Elk is Annie Lou a0wln J-M : Mrs lirugger ,.
I. 24 120 TmpIr. Lumber Co. 2644 Cor ot SE\4 8.114 1..1.. ExV 0311. of :IIFJ'. of 59114. lit I ,

. .. 8\\" U t 20 .20 .1... H. Green 3.88 ft ot for NE% 8& 'uoa, JoJ i3J lSorVom' Carl Hitch 0.84 MElt.If tI H1 U 1 22 80 U.rdla"ValaDu '.U r H I I.".
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:V IIlk 29. pt of bpII' thence I ,3 ft ,In Bi All N'Ijo of NW" of NI'I.' :'
.. 4 ot I 20 Unknown i.44 I run""31 139 tt E 2811 It to >f IkW.. for of Lot 2 of that Ii.a. JoJ ot Ity spur I

feW Rlv.r 23-1: g ]* 80 American Tung- Orove., Hoa4 N 139 ft W 266 tt Hlk 20 A run 8 41 ft .. track 91" 91 4.\ 2 8 2:1: 10 W. 8. SwlD.lle 1.91. >\ i
t WI', Inc. 19.jj to beg 18 8 22 2 MrL K: 21 3.4 ft N 41 ft tn All thst pOrtIon of W14 j
29 8 20 80 American Tune drove. I Lot In NW ('or of SEI Clark 1.03 Call tit thence W to pt or N4 "f SF..4 lying \ .I. ./

f'i' Inc. 20.68 I ::4NiiEU: \ : r N 8& '" by of beg -::8 Tern Burrcll 56.84 It: of It" I 8 2:1: 8 Ton Drumo l.Tf I. 1 v:I :1
3* t 20 20 American Tana; Drove. 18 8 Z2 I Frank Lots 2. 4. Blk 22 Ex W SW\., fit 5w14 W of HI' I :
Com, Clark
lot t II Inc. j,7 at NW Cor or SE\04\ 1.119 78 ft Leon Dxcunjl 41 Itl E,, 10-A In "W "or 11 R 22 18 .1. H. Lawr.no. 4X4* ; :
'. < NE'4 run E 394 Uly of Lot 2.1 ln'. U II. Jennlng 3 15 : PleusamI lIub.Iis'j aa 'o'ur4ed
II E> S.fox. II :," tt for a pt of beE E o ft of L.a't Blk I'iCI Ileek 9.' 2. ....: 4.3 IS /I U i 'I'

t .. "8 1 g '20 840 American Fun,; Orovee.' thence run II 1:19: tt H: 17Lot : J. Fred luy Mil Lot I. I'lk A Charlie Qu.I.,. 3,8* t *

T 3 loo. 213.57 nltoftptN 0:3: ft t W 811 2 Wk 27 Ex K 70/ ft'.. Hill Caratiuaa. :1.40 lot 14. tllk A W. d. V.kham 2.91'Tract I
beg 19 W4 of Lot 1 3 6 a I'Hrl "ollkowf i iM ii iu
"SW'4 of Com 8 U 1 Luther .\. ('''uk & K 4. ,
EI' NE''. "fl1 at NW Cor or ME''. 2.49 117, ft of Lot 2, 4, 6of tluh-I I. otolW: \. of f. t.
lI I l1 :.t: ,f NW'S nf NH'1, &: rUn II 894 Blk 28 Hospital 334.40 14\\. 13 8 U Carl "ollkowf f.f8> >'I I
ofgwl4 J::" & %vl,. 32' g 20 380 American Tuna: Grove.., ft S 139 It for a pt or II Ik 21! a.* extended on Lot. 2. 3. f. o.f fllk flJ. ; I. II

Inc. 97.15 heE t thence coOtinue !N Unm-tii: Map Kx 8 IVO 'The. hay..n NW5 Ito or I'.

32 8 20 40 American Tuna; drove.*, 83 ft H 139 ft N 8a ft ft'Kt' B DO ft Mr.*. Tlivlmii' Lurantaiix, 3 II Nt:'.. 13 8 J3 A. Le.tb I.... S f
wl.. ft w 5U tt Com 128 N 210 ft .t I''
In. 1490 to pt ot ft rot: NE Cur NWI4 ot1': ; ;
33 g 20 40 Ell.V) 1180n 9.29 brg 18 8 2:1: I D. C. Jo'or..yth of Mudlxon & Hay Stx l'l ot I.Hke Eot H IU t. 13 8 U 11 C, E. Ou.la list I
.E ., XWi, of _. The JIon27Jr ft of t h a 6.29 run N lOt!' ft K 8 i 2-A In S\\ "'i'r .t tI\\' I... S Vof .
;:;? i if Urook- NE'4, of d'4: ft H 112 ft W tiJ ft to I :NV's4, 11 8 e2 2 W. R. 8lbl..y I II-,

1.1V : that lie" H of Hud 18 8 22 2 .1. J. 1'HCIECt pt of lICE 21 6 2. LouelU, Striith 541 II IS 8 U 640 A. W. Uohftla.n" l,.14> f'A t
,A Th.icE'4: { : wIJ :of Nt4 ot :IIWI.o of $ 34.77 1 Lot 3-i ft, N & !a' liv 1'4I'1', ot !533714 ..t N.lit\

l/of", *", lit hole NH'.1 16 8 22 5 Jit,. F. Stanley 3.45 tol '. ft B & W IxiiuulKil 4-\ In N \V ,'..r of "#'191'of :'' i
J 6 American' Tuns Grove*. 1 Are a" d"o..rlb..1 In nil follow: B by Hay Ht NI''. II 22 *H Jr.. 1... "lInnl.k 440 f It

4.5 7 20 Inc. 3.88 lOped Rook 114. 1.1I1f. 81 18 8 22 I O. ,\. Orlttla 1423 M by A. ... AlvarraV N'. or MW", ot NWl.j. 2\!\ 9 U 20 Iaa. Speed ,53O .
5 7 20 80 American Tuna drove. About 2 A In 1It, "nr ,.t e" "1'S by Edward. A S by M'" of M I'.4 ot tflV'4' ..t .. .. I
WI, Inc. 21.97 th"t prorll"n ot SF-I.: rof C ..,....1" fall Ht Kx 1 a street a- ::0.\\,1..; U I 22 '5 :IIa.: B. Speed Altt 441 [

Li W'i of V :3I:',, that lies W of -.r crciHH, nnm 2S 6 21 !J.. L. H. Jrpulnux, lin.o1 33' //I I. .\. or... .!'l I 1-:1: nt1 t;! I II ,
G 7 20 320 SIrs. Alma Shaw 87.93 HOflhl 16 8 23 2 .0\. C'arl..1' r 2 41 lot 1 of Hlk 1 A. 1... Al- 1'1 I :--1: : ::s s 2 G John Davie 9.11. I I I''
8 188 ;I'd" ot thRt ("nlll .o I :0. '.1 .
portion care, \t.lltlun I tn I S. S "r Not :.101!' .p,. .
:, .. .,1\, ." 14 7 7 20 ?!I Mph A. Haa..n 38.12 of tlli\' "of NHI: dh"116 Stark 28 4 it Clyde \\ Colxuiii S.I": c I 11111' 0' 'ti ft fo." '1 ,

I II 7 20 40. Mph A. Hllx..n 18.14 3ie l of 1t.ad 8 23 S 1..1. I.. Clark 1.70 Loll. 2 l Blk 1. A. U AJvare I S. Ii. .i. .5 I III I II II t '
' mi 811'. of 2 AmerIcan Tuna all N" lid ft "f that porlon ''_ _Add to Starke 28 6 23:! ,II.r. Alvarei .. .0.0''II .no fI H 111I II 37 GII" ,

i I g: !'oriler. II 7 20 Mills. Inc 38.13 of _$9114 .of. NI\L: Ibat 1 Lot B-hl:! ft N & 8 by 1'1''' II N lIlt ft to I.t I.f .I j .

of, '.N"t't' NW"" II 7 20 JO AmerIcan. Tuna Oil nt?ft rj 01 rtoau 13 IH 8 23 8 W. W. Wllllngham 1.81 los ft B 8V bounded il.,;.. r. S I Ih'jf 3d 6 :2 :2 P. B. OIlIl.laa :30" I I {$ I II
II' 0' WH "fRlk .1.111 >>
Mille. Inc. 4.29 I N of Tt 1 W K bv Hrond Ht :N by CII "lI'IIPlhel In
A 819'4 of Ulk 1 N of Braver *" 8 by Tvu 38 .4. 22 J.:. L. Munlr 2.63 11.,1 lmok U 1'lIw. 6d 21 Ii U Albert Van M.tf 2632 t I

ot l'rcI. Plk 17.. 7 20 Tho... U. Rohn 29.05 H 3 W. Temple* I Lot 106 ft N A 8 by : :r lillillOl II........ :\-:111: : 1'1' :u .

'11ya tI-D 8 81 7 Ruby Cook 3.51 lit ft K & W bounded, 'Ibm. NW34, uf f.ot 3 5. M. 8lallcht..r 18.lt rt
t f. I. of Bik 7 10 J. W. Thoma. 858 EH of SE4!i of NWM 'of2'HE N nf Manlre & Colley .. Lot 4 'Vm. .3. Foster 10." '.' S ''I

a CJt >> 7 20 40 Harry. BI..a8dal. 3.49 ',4 16$ ( 8 22 "F. ft. hunk 1.29 8: by Culli-y. 28 8 22 A. Tyu\ 9 44 1,..t 1 H. W. ('hamibles.. SILl ,\
i'l'' "' f 8H.of NE ,4 of NEW 17 8 22 20 Ilnrry U. Btrohfeldt Ill Ilulf-Acre bounded. X by l..ot 18 1'. E. elltm Sft.03 I
.,iw t1o\\f..O IS 7 20 232 H. 1. Hough 47.71' N 330 ft of that. portion 'ry,,* B by Kroad St. Lot t1! 101. 9'. AI..n..n 85.0. i'' I

g of 7 20 20 H. I. Hough 7.52 of NKV of NW Ilof W by Chrlntlun.. 8t. AH Lot II W. 11. .Scott 1038 1 "
.' It, ot lOt: 14 Road A. N 330 ft 'of by Colley Home ,NI4( of Lot 2M tt. J. LI"n 11.11 .5

,WH\, .J NW4I 1II 7 20 80 n. It.. Canton 5.29 NW of NEB) 17 8 22 14 Dennis Smith 2.18 Half acre Lot 28 8 23 Hay ('..II..y 974 1434 or I..t. 2 R Norman A. Faulkner 15.19 ;I Iladluos
I; 'V''H{ of SEV of N1Ex, ..hf...."...... Tr 't r ('..'. ub-IM.. ..f MV/i: nt > ":I 3$ 5 l1I Lot t1 T. D. WIII..d..n. ILl .t$ I
I"d\ tlEJI4 2-A In HW Cor A" W Lnt 2 of Hlk 12 J. "'. ItuliinHoitAletta 13.ttJ .1........ I .86 ,... :1 301 5 22 ;

: "W'a Of 7 ZO 100 C, Ji'. I'ad..tt 8.23 f-A of 11:34 ot SE\\i ot .1..>! :II. 4. Hlk 13 llaiiuun" 1.10 Lot N Mr. C. A. Itullinan 10.18 S SLot
,of HE" 0III NW1,4 18 8 U 19 Erneet Dell 1.7S Lnt I. 2. FOlk 15 & W II H. A. PleIve !..>( .
I BE'', nt SW" EH of 8E4' of NWU Ex 63:! ft of Hlk I 15 At 16 Lobe 12 \P. .., 34ose lO.lg I

1.1 0 IIW\-t\ of \37 l.A 18 8 2Z 19 Elliot Ty.on 1.18 I-: ', of Illk 17 & I 18 Muck Colvmun 14.51 Indian ileuich.. I nit '... :3 1tltI: II n 5 II I tI
11 I IS A "t >'E W 1.3 nf NWV" of NE',1 Lots I I. 2. Hlk 14K Mack I'oleinan ., I I.Ga C II 0

V It H 8 A or & NB4 of NW'4' U 8 22 53 fled Ty"on 1.29 ) i ,1H ft of hot' 3. Hlk 15 'K:n mil TynonStuck 2.07 Lot II WI 11. Scott 4. 13 I I
IE';'. 0\\\ I 'A NLj nf k 3-1 of NWVJ" B 38 ft of Lot 4. Hlk I U LOlL I It I .10. T. 1>.,,1. *.'! ... II

Corner IIf S W'a! 79 A. 1. CroHby 11.97 of NEIJ U I 27 n 'Vln. 1'y..on.. Jr. 1.07 A B 31 ft uf Lot 3, 4. I.IIt 16 Unknown 1.91 '
E lit' n"RII .8 't 20r E4' or NWVJ of SE'i 18 8 U tn loon Hllnkeroun 9.13 IUk8 ('C'oleman Jr. 181 Lilt I III I II. 4 3. SmIth .5..g 1 t tI.

,or r E'4' It :- EI.18 17 R. n. Carlton 6.29 WH of NEVi' of SE4 III 8 22 20 l..m Ilo..twlne 3.93! Lots. 1. 2. Hlk 19 t'al'fie Turnerlloin 6).S4It I."t 2.1 I'. (1. 0 'IIncl..tun ,..* I !I
""d 7 20 311 AmerIcan Oil KH .<.if :NB'4 of 8B!4 18 6 22 20 l-Jrn..t U..II 3.92 Lot I I. Illk 27 -r \\'lllluiiixIda / .84 4'. A. KN 1tl1I'U. I I
\\\'Io\ f.x I A N" Mill" Tung A Ktrlp 100 feet wide W 41) ft of Lot 2, Illk 27? Mae HhermunKthel 3.15 Tux. "oll..clor. Bradford County 1.. '
20 Ino. 18.44 _ _ _
17 7 ncroBH 8 rnd of wu. of. Lot 2. lOut 31 : Lloyd ..UOI. -
.nt I Ioo 10 A U American Tung OIl. NH'4 of NH'4 E of Lot, 2 & I E: 2 ft of Lot .1 J ;
nil! 7 83
III 20 Itoad ,, MI i MIT: 0 IOMTII ir'" 011" J t'I II
Rv 20 8 22 1 Lln.l. ey Orlffl.* 2.18 3 of Hlk 86 I .la LittleSully 14.23 vitnncei, 1944.
E'4' 24 7 20 40 W. P. Dyrd 4.59 I Com at SE for of Sea Lot' :. Illk 44 \Vllllntn 4.77 O".U.: .IK rillor: 4 IH: ill) \ II I lie' "crlptlon of Property) .

thnj W "r OHnf A. ronV lAO fl fnv apt liiKlon.. 'Irilhr .4 ('..'* .'.1411'..... t. !''I.a..... 2* H !2:1: I I i..II: ut'r... 11"' '.' I All 14\0\; of NH of N"4 W of i"f,
VV.., 25 Iii run of lICE th.rll" Lot. 3. I 12:! & 8 II ft of l'ailtohotasm'e, Klnrldn I llranvh. Section 11. TuwnahlpHouth 6 I ,

hn.1I 3n ,ohifil. E N 105 ft W 105 ft 8 105 Lot 4. Bill 14 Floyd
I 20 ,IlnN t025 80 I.. n. Waterg V 18.39 ft E 105 ft to pt of beg 20 6 23 Lester Prevatt 20.52 Lot' 1 I. 2. Hlk '14 Hurtle TerrellI'nru 32 1H MAINTEN.\.S: : ANI rtl.NSTHUC-! .* more or !..". .
7 20 Com nt 8E 'or of See: & Lot,.* 8. !9 I Illk 18 A.ruuk": N 64I. TIO.N rillMlllAM8nnli I which' .. .ed FnCrllflcat I
Iflj ut NW'4' 1z. run W 315 ft for a pt of Lot 6. Illk 21 Jim WallaWm. 0 >d lililM. will I,.. received at Name In n* ** : "

Corner beg thence run N In5 Lot' 4. 7, 8. 9, 10, II. t thl Ia nfflce. friim, qualified I I Cunlniclor I nle Cr.WN. I
I of I...
I year
"ti\\) 1 121 19 Arvle' Klrklanl 1.75 ft W 210 ft S 105 ft B 13 of Hlk 34N llalln 39.62 until' 10:30: A. M I CII.H.T'. ) nnth "I' ii iii If

Eli ot NL'4 11 II II! 20 W. 1'. flr..nn.n. 3.811 210 ft to pt of beg 20 II 22 Leoter, rrev..U. 23.11 J. .......* Addition !0 "<*rke> V it US t: 201:, h iliiy .tfth"r., I94N fur the1'ciiiNtriic.tlmi uanue, 144peiurlptlfin
Sin, 12 I 21 40 ,V. T. Br..nn..n 7.93 Lots 2. 5. 8. 7. 9. Plk 1 S 74 ft of Lot 4 lit Lot NEt t 1. .. II'. ;.. wnrk i I of propertylI !
81\10 ot SW% 25 II 21 14 John T .Klrk I.U Sunny Acre Sub-DIv 11 6 23 H. A. Manana. 11.53 : 8 S ft uf Hlk H A: >"<.<. ...J...,. Job "... 2101 1.11)1. I MH ot NKVJ: of HW4. Section 15.Towniihlp ,
wI. 28 II U 40 W. E. Sapp 7.114 Lot 1. 2. 9. 10. Blk 2 land W of fame to 8t II A. ManaHMiiA. 14,7.1 Komi No. zaa. Hrailfnrd ('''"IIIY. lie. south llanv lu U:, vontalnln '

.t 11\\"', 1'1' or Bunny Acre Sub-DIv 21 8 23 H. A. Manauiia. 11.53 8 8 ft of Lot 7, R all tween Itoail No. .16 an" Lawtey. I 20 acre more or lee. I'
8 IF.'I' ot SW. n 5 21 80 W( E. Sapp 11.11ISE' Lot 1. 2. 3. Blk 3, Sun Lot* 10. 10. Illk H 8. ManaNRtiOliver 2.37 Wnrk to cniiHlnt of regrsiiiog unixlmlnir I Nan. In which a ..*eed, U If. i

I JI t'inF ny Acre.* Sub-DIv. 21 8 23 H. A. 9tani.a. 4.98 llIahaa( 4dillll. ,i ,.. "<*rke. :IN tl I" urmlHd road, ci.OKlru.llriut Ireen. V I
of SE'o: SM of HBVi of SW'i W Lot 6 A 8 611, ft of Lot Ha nil Kiitiinlnoii lloail' Mix Levi I C.rtlflo.t No. 10 Year of Huauc -
. otu 1II 41 Trew R..ddh.h 11.89 of Road 13 Ex 2 A In 7 of Hlk 1 A llarrett ('0. 49 35 b", .nt. dialnatce mruolure' and In* I I 1945. I''

NEI4" 34 I 21 40 W. 10. Sapp 11.88 8E Cor 21 8 U H JM. nab..ck 82.43 Lot :3.1 Blk :3 N J. Keen 81.2U nldental 11.1'h... length IN ap. Deicrlftlon of property: '' .

"NUL,, ... &,. 411 .w.. E. S"pp ,. 11.44 That portion of SW'i ofRlk ... ,Temple Addition. to "'.r". : I. tI tII. proxlnuttelv, 5.70:1: mile*. A certified I r :
It-'40 T. t;,; ,,(lrman- e '.411 check In the Com It 'cbnv of HH} cor orIl1e"
? )
r 8W'i' 38 II r"WI,4 1 /" of R 8 W & r "' W All fet of Lot RAW. C aniuuut uf "..UUILUQw 29"'HmJvruii' .
or 1 8 li 20 E. B. Thoma. ..88 that of SE'4 of of III be r."lrd. "rir 40 runs N1Ochn : \ Ii
SW'S, portion IU ft :Nte\; of Lot 9 1.\,
1 chn H 10 rhn to begInning "
88 Cor of NE'. Blk lNofR3 W& of Blk 19 C. Klnlaw 280 Fur each proposal .a certified, 4. ,!
:N ot nod 'I II It I '3IIa. Fryer 1.16 lie.* In NW14\i of NEVi' 11 8.23 1 Ruhv Conk 1.97 Trf>t. 1:1.: 14 of ink 23 K M. I'nnipbvll 8.1111 ,check In the ainniiiit ..I.'h'I'm: Mti.Veniade ',hng.Hantlnn 15, Townehlp' 7 II
jE'', 10( 8 21 40 Swinton Cro..by. J.63 W14 nf Blk I 8 of R 2 1 8 of n 3 W Temple Lot 6, Blk 27 I. U. Wllkl 1.13 I,II payable. to the i>fIliM Houth. 20 B, containing 81' :3

tEo; Ex I A In W Ex I A !DiNE Cor & Pee>k. tildltlon. In Mlark. 3M 23. ....... : MInis' Kftllfl- f..II..r..llt.. with acre more or I lee. *. 1 i
; ;
1.29 I the HtH I.'i -i ; ; :
9 P'raaler Kell..y Poruninntary I .. .
neveHiirr .d. .
ry U 6 It r." uU' uo .. ... HlW I n. "* "r**" *.U Name In which 1L.I I
SWIi' 11 8 II 411 FloYd ("ro..by. ..01XK' Sby 210 ft E: A.. W In rSfa'll. 12. ilk 29 '%'111.. lluftetler, .99 Mtamp* attached miiHt' accompany I Water SI
II 40 Pritt Alva,. 1.10 8E Cor A. of Flk / each bid. All certified check shall ,
23 8 EM I.Jt 9 & r'0t' ( tltI..I.. No, lit YsciOS Uuanc f
SE'', :.It. I 21 40 Mule. Ollie Marr 7.87 1 S of R 3 W Temple'. 13. It nl lAot: I- II. harper L40 In. certified. within nil) iluy. of Hi" 1 1145Denvrlptlon I

'II' Cur nt !'E'4 8iib-Dlv 21 8 U'I Ethel Lloyd 29,20 Lots. 5. 1. lOut ditte for receiving bid.
of RE1 of Atirhi'-M SII"an' M. Will.. 81.50 iheck. will not be .. .... of property! f( I II(
&rlun S 420 tt That portion S John.dd .tI 8 13 l"Uhl.r"1,
'I S 420 ft W 210 Rlk 4 8 of Raw lying; 0 Com, at NK Cnr of HlOVi uheck of the two lovvunt I SWH o< HWV4 w .t itr liixlu)' r'
leg Ex noad 12 7 II I hep Tomlln"Dn I.RI! B of Quarter ,.-<. I.'n of NKl.... A run W .1(0 0&:? .L.:. will be ....I..lIod. A In HW Cur In Hectlon 12. Towu .
\wI4 16 7 JI ea I. C'. & I'. O. Noilgee. 8.119 of NW'4 of NW% offE ft 8 AS' ft for pt of .. All work to I be done In accordancewith .hlp 1 Mouth UaiMr 22 B.. con- .
IWO, 24 7 It : .0 I. T. You"S 16.19 A S\vyt of I9W' IK-K. themrun w Ion the Plan., 8p' '*. Iflcatlon umlNpuclal taming 1 18 aur** iiiurs vr !*... /

ot NE'I', W ofI '- 1 Acre InTemplec ft 8 GO ft E: 68 ft 8 I'ruvlnlon. of the male' ItomlDepartment. I Name 'In which a..d'. ... H, ti\
I A In Sii: Cor Sub-DIv 21 8 22 1 Ja*. OeiueMr 2.81 ) ft :>3 15 Hpvclal! attention' 'In Lawrence Kt.Certificate ,

'Ii. 0'' St:'. 29 7 It I 1\Ir8. I.. C. Smith l.n W 1-A of NWH *f'Blk 8 :r.o1pT;( 1.if' beg 29 8 23: Juaulta Mosl.y. 28 railed will b t" furnished Special, Provlnlon I .a'h* ..I"... I 1 No. 114 Tear uf I*' f t.uance
SW ('or nt SEI.W ., s of R 1 W TemplesSub.DIV Com at SB' 'or of NI3'4' *. I 1145.
nt Pran'hof 21 8 23 *. Sarah Rutler 1..13 of 1491'/ of NB'i A run pu".I.t''I""I" .1: DeRcrlpllun
NW',, nt JH'4' Com at 8E Cor of W 4 of N 300, ft for pt of ben i ithence will be fnrnbiheil 'f I property ;i
All Hectlon .
Qualified (Contractor upon application I 16, Town.t>lt> I Vouth, !
0''fNE''; k NW%. Plk 8 R of R 3 W Tem- run. W 100 ft N
Huo .
3.119 to thin. office. Kolt Tit J I': if e 22 K.. containing 44 >
no Tllo. nnbe.ta ucre*
plea S-n A run N toN B
at 7 21 line of of IIW'0' 52 ?tt W % t". U. M.nlr.. 3.30 KI'M OK 15 KOIt MACH' PROPOSAL. i more or I....
11. 17. 3R. k W NE'/4 8 22 I
I 10. 55 Wood. then continue N 165 ft Blk A. II. C, l>, StumpsAddItIon Plan may b* purchased from I hi.* I Name In walcb a>..e...d ) A, W, j.
J- f.. 17. office for 'the slim of for .
50 Oily Prign A4mr. 29.4/1/ of thenc :; ll 1tt"krV"lA" $5 earn Ilohmaa II. S
II 1-23 for pt beg.) to Jltarke 29!> R 22 ? ; TeJi" it1
put No b.
I. 50. 55 Woo" I run E 50 ft N 155 ft ". '*" lo T"w" "' *""... l"en propoal will lHued I I All of .mild properly beinr In thE
Floyd < 118'I uiii.s. for them re1I'll
1t Guy Frigo Ad...... 1.41 S 'I".t.| are
II 5 21; W 60 ft S 155 ft to pt ot t Kloyd lreen 864 veil hv till. office at leant 24 County of llradforJ, Hattif Klor- :
NEI', of RI'4 of beg 21 4 22 Raleigh Strickland" 3.39 Lots 2 111k' Ida.
21 H. F. WIrt 4.1S : v. H. ''. /Hiubuin fi.84 hour prior to the time for openIng .
SB Cor of 1734nfVlk6SnfRSW :
WI II I. 22 Com lit Lo44 .. Ilk U : bid. l'lmleets. such certlflc.te ..
'V. 5. I all Lot S V Com at 8B '0' nf Lafayette leu or erlin
oil hall l
All bid moist how total* forech >* redeemed arcortllaic
of Ro.rt In Temple 8-T & run A WestmorelandRtii
''I. 12. 13. 14 all In N .atonathe E .aide of i 1'" ... A: run E 336 ft fora Item and total amount' of ""IIn..rted mich In low th* property dewrlbvil. In
A4 Mr. ?rank A. FI..y 1494Woodlwn ::41 on the cover of the .pruup10cc or rnrllflrate. will
WY, Rl'6SofP 1W i. of thenne _
12 122 Wl4of pt hew run -. I. ,! .be ....Id to the
1a II 22 HI Norman J. I'.Ueuon 2." tn 8 line of NKH "I 0 'H SOO f II80: ft H 50(1( :J'1" 'the niirt flou highest 1".ld.r si
I ii
The right reserved to
Wni4Iv.. 15 II 23 10 harold Sterling' 2.1 R nf 8WV thence run E ,0. I ftW 80 ft to pt of or all blrl*. ieJ.ctany S! Monday. In the month* door on the> fleet j
11 Wondlawn III II 22 '" n. f. Rhr.hv 4.7/1 60 ft for Pt ,. beg 29 8 22 (.oil 1)ouMiae 3,33l0'4 of June141..
which I" th.
lI".fttps 1 STATE: IIOAI DEPARTMENT: : OFIcltilbA ) 7th
11.11! | day nf June l.4(.
54 WnodlawD% 15 5 22 JfI J. Q. R".I..r. thence run E .f NW%. "' 8K'4' l"lot> |p linteil' thl' 39th
I 12 'ondl'\wn 11 ,5 22 10 Rob!. C.awtord. Jr. J.80 110 ft W 50 ft S about I N A 80 8 22 11 'lI..r'hl1' .re.n. 47-1 .... E.: Ilolylass. (ChairmanK. 'I14ll1M I. day of April l un I
II WDodlawn 11 23 10 Harvey J. White 499Woodlawn 41 ft tn pf of her 21 8 n D. Drl..collOuranla 8.15 W 5-A of :NV1.- of NK1' 32 8 13 5 U L. Juhneuii. .72 :. C. Deilarmo. A. J. TlltniiTAH'VI :
: ? 19" 23 10 R. I.. Watkins. 2.18 I Com af NE Cor of SB", S. Com nt 8W Cor nf S .llj Stale. Engineer; (.I.rk ( ''Ti"1. {'''urt .'f ""'.....!
WOodIw0 19 1II, 10 1.. I.. Rhod..n 2.18 of 8EM: of swv A.. of NWV. A run N 655 ft 5-7 2t 6-11 Highway I 'uultIty, .? it 6.28 ( .
.0t 44 Otto !'Ichmldt' 1.18 8 150 ft W 149 ft S B I II '
Woodlawn 19. II II run K 345 ft 10)3 wrl6II1 I l f'tIiVIfl' t .. '
NE 22 I Z3 40 0.0. F. Young 7.118 for .a pt of beg thence ; \ ( 017111'. nxtrironn I
.t "s" NW1O run 8 2 1W 44 ft N -- fl"t.ftV"| 32 6 22 *\ Alice MUU.aM 3 (III)I '%(>Tlt:>: Of APPl.lffllOM KOII I, :.OtVTv.; ri''.". I I I' C'MA'*. 4

'0 ot NW of 12ft E 44 ft to pt ofh.v Tom _nt NB: 'or n.r'Il i 'l't. Ufo:.:" Robert 4It11V0 *
22 5 sa 70 :!. C..2'r.vatt ...19'ta.P' 21 .8. 22 Ampraxe 498A or SEV, & run I'J ITIW: rt H' NITlVll I I H IIKHbi-V:I IIIVKN.": *MPiirdum.' Ptalnlfrr. yu. J
V. .f Hof alIroad a u l .. Lot 7 Blk U N" Reno S for pt of beg t thence I hat r* M Peck ham the holiler ;uII f No.: (I5SO r"rd"m', .l'f.nd.. nl. Ca.. I.PlIt.i'fl I.
t Elk J3 ie1II: (,. $mIth '..12J. 's-I) 8 J3 Marie Jon. 5,46 run \v 210 ft 8 8" ft B '.0 I'boo fnllowlna I certificate.* him fI lcd f
A. Howe 6.J2 Lot 9 901k IS N Reno 3I 210 ft N BO ft to pt nf saul certlf I .i.iii I 0* for II I tax. ..ii.o.t ,to I Onnppt flp. PtTflLJf"ATION
I 8 of BHc 23 Mae W.II. Altt. 599 l'Iuh-Plv' 21 II 23 .1...... 137. Hall 3.43 ,. bet 32 8 13 Albertha Juhnaon 3.84 I I... iNHlierl I ItI'rI'(.". The certificate I AND NflTICH TO APPHAR. t ,

eikT.z (3.0. F. Tounc l.u Lit- I ". Blk 24. N. R..no I. Com ..t NB: Cor of NWVi, Number and Year.* nf iHrtiiann*. theluncrlpt RTATN. u. 'rdltlll' In: Mr.: .
Hues ,
II lilt 7 0..0.. F. Young 202LIW7 S..b-Dlv. 21 I 22 Lonnte Flnw.ra 4.79 of $91'run 8 N4lt/ ft ml Ion nf the l.r"IIHty..1 t heafllaN A. Puirdn, wh.... TeeId' .i..... S

Ii: of fly. I. lac.. 23. Z4 1:10: Sf! S as f&haaAaa 9.b-fltv It .3 2:1: W 490 7 ft H 110 l ft forK .. In which It. wa* ae"..ed I Avenue and Addresa. let 1101:1: .......0.. fj I
sadIe ("rawtord 1.81 pt of .beg' thence run are a* follow: halt! I mitre. M.ryIIlDd. I

t'1,,_ of Lot W. J. Barber 1.13tt : Lot R P1k I Aaroa TlolI.y 1.lIn 8 lOll ft W 201 ft N 105 Certlflr No. 238 Year nf 3mg.suanc. You are ."'Iulr..d 10
x'1 Lot In NW 11 Lot S. IIlk 2 :Nola' HartlPII 1.110 f I ft B 306' ft In beg :III 4 12 Ilnna P-ell William.* J.49 .. Aitwuit 2. A. l I.. Ill?. Jun. 7. 18411. In the .chow appear neoieol III t 0
Tom Marka
4 Lot R. RII' 2 f.l.eeln fl 11, 114 Itf '.KVi\ W of RM ::1:1 H :aitFlorenc l ecrlptlnn nf I iourt and eaua.. I
N IS 1 Illl..ot / : wher..In plnintiff '" I
8G by Stephen IlIgge
H. flU 2 ) Albert .77 seeki !
Lot Lot I Rlk 4 dlVr5. : :
56w Mr.. AnnIe LOll OodwlnU.U: Hunt 1 NO Com at for lIrCifud I
1 tt Lot .19! R'lk I ?.rttie Lot 1 I. .. Rlk 1j Semis PettermanIk 201 IIj.f. 'tN lI..r NWii Telegraph .h.1I 'i.lmnty
N & II by 1 80 and pulolich Ills S
U. Ilk I fnex fihtow.r Koblnon .77 run H ft, WIt OrderS 0
9: I' W In 'I'V 'r". J. 1.. Ha.r.1I 8.45 t.o. 1. II. 9. Blk 3 90.600 Hut. 440N'd Lot S. Alk 0 ot AI.I ft. N 105 ft to heir l'4' \ i nell tour weekly Ia.uu.mg... 'I
..t NW'Io,
.I 21 ... 901k Samp.on WhIte 1.80 81,9, NWl1 DO ft .tI.." t the Baet I I4S feet. "$' ....flon 3.1. I Wlln.,. my hand and nft'I..1,
IIl v Lot Cora on 8 line I teal
3. W. Barber 1.02 1 111 j *o Tuwnehlp 6 ItanK Kup.t.Nil At MIami I
,:I Loot 1 Lot W of R. & run 8 ISdegree South 12 4. 1 1Q49. 'Iotd., (hi.. Hey.
S3I .
tt of Lot' 0f19lk3L4Vt : MttIe ". .11Iallor: 2.l1! ma, In which Ae.ese.d&" Kuiiy .
e" bAae F.lton LII.Tnhn : .. 24. !II. Blk 3 Emma. parker 3.15 < 15 *degree W 2l ft:N titV A. Ilaye I'IOP'FZCIAI.,. HEAL'' ) A.t.: Tl>nma..

01 :q 335 tt of or S"f NE' E* Certlflnate :No. l 148 Year of .. vI
1.111 N"" line of 1'1.' H31 thence I F. John /11.1..,
Griffin 612 tr50ft Z3 II U 20 Panl.1 L..lte.m t.18 N to NW Cor of $W' .uanve. June I I. A. n. 1943.)1u..rlptl..n Jecknnlilo StS MW.. S
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Ofl, Lot f' Harry ICett t.cc. 1.118 I Lot .a' de.rrlbeu. Page I nP..d '. of NWV, thence B to of Properly! I I Atly. for Pif.
OfI .. Book .117. beg 33 I 33 15 R. d. Markitlle 13.81 I 1.7 fI:18:
Lnt 44 CoX N 214NW 149 22 .6. 22' John Warren 2.411 Com 21't\ S of NW Cor f l.nt 11. 14. 25, 24. 17 28 In C' J. 1:01': CJHCU1? _
i 4oi J.'W, Rnb'nAon' "....rlb.d I" Week' Hllh-DIv Section l 0"11'1'. RflllPYoIst.
L: 51.3 1 Lot R" of HWf of NW'', & run 19. Town. ,
S J W. Barber 5.85 Jleed! Book 52. Page. f 2H7 ft B 711 ft N 191 .hlp 7 South Itanice 22 Eaet.. I ::HIS;'TT.. PL0NI1P41 n ('9U.

.r Ih..4 'nr or Lot ...S'.; aOIl U 1 U Horace Colbert 3.75of S ft W 7H! ft to flog 31 .4. 21 4 Ren McDougatd 1.83 Name In whit h ANe.<>ed : John roltli"! 'r rnloll. PluintIff 1
a. rnllow. NW Cor of I'IW14 I v.. 1.ln.. t
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t Com 3 A InoIW/ Cor of SWViof anti Ethel Thoma TumlOIl .
I'C nt Lot >t"oI'" "" SW'.. run 8 219ft V nf 11 II 21 3 T.ougenla. Smith 1.07 lJ.t.nd..nl. ( aa.. V,0. tt*$ 1
Ilk M "11091fttop ',.,.'>.: .f ..... thencerun NWl Ry Certificate N". 5".S: T"... nf I h. ) )"J Ole It1RLI'A'ro! I
for I
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l3t uanc,*. September 6. A. i' 19.11 NO'r(4"p3 'r
tt w ) rt I. () APPP
10.. E JOO ft 14 JOO W IDJ ft 34 8 22 20 Sam Jordan 8.14 IITA.TR. (Ire !
t be UnkM"n W 100 ft N 100 tt to.' 8 k f. fUcurltyHorneelf Description of Property! 11..1".. 1.OH.nA Eo, Sfr.. 11 t!
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b. U Aaron Ifolly of l491'. of realolent-.
r. pt of << In NW'4 of 8H NW \\4. Section and addree.. i I. 0
". 2a. 2? : Not NEVI of NE'4 of 35 8 22 I'nknawn 9.14 nwDihlp 7 Houth 1tne 22 ': 21.// Avenue. : Till .>"11" i iJWM 1_
NW'0 North __
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II:. IS II 1'4 Lots 8. 7. Rlk 1. Lalr.jnw.nry tu.r. nf TOIl are .Y. t'I '\. ,
r : 394 o2 (. of NW% or Ftw'4 23 8 U 10 I. S. NJrman J U ,_ T-'a.-' '_ 'h ... I Nicole' In which a..ed.. iCw.. I Juse 7. 114*.qlllr..1 tm'aptwarnn ). ;

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or 8 ;'. of 8.4/1/ 4 8W* of SEV. a. :. Nrii 2. Lake I I "'.rUtl"...* No. 183 Year of h. "...k" .Yo.r". cause. wherein P'"t'' 4 .

::2'ot'\ 24 5 It 54 O... "t... wilitame. S. ::1.2'1' nf SF.. S of Road 48 11 1 21 2IJ W. HI' Newom. 7.79 Kln..lp. Helghta. In 1 muance. June I I. A. I). 1941.: ,,Telegraph shall tlad'ocf r..lnl" .,( J II Ito
:! 11) looter 8 ofCo III 8 U It. 1*. 311mg 2.Um lieMcrlptloa of In 1"11"11. thu. Ord.r I i,
: .,ot; 24 I U J.n All NElJ of SElf 1'00"' : ', "t. N9't: Property i ilx n-u four We.kf II
W'4 "I"
114' : 33 II U It Jor. I. Paul. a-raded. Road A all : ,.4 nf SW' 0' NWt, I >t. I. 2. 1, 4, ft. nf Hlk 2 Witness. my hand I..u... I Iii ,
of 91''. off 1.80 SFlTof SE14 N of State W34 fJf N91'. of Wrllhf. Acid. Hnctlon 801. Tuwn- seal a. C0rke and .tflel.I '}1L
81 I I- II Marion ihomac Road A NH of 8WV4 of 311 8 U 51) "tary.D.. .laIone, 14 U I hlp. 1 Houth.. ftHna-e 23 Kant.: :I 3r.I. U4II. "Flord( till. May l I,
!: 7.05
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NWI42 8 21 8* W. om r.'iYrn Name.
t.. 2.18 H fJ*.ti *** 1 NP Cor or NIt'3, In which unncniKtiJ : (fWFICIA. : 0;
28 II II a 91thel Tucker N U.A '"f W 3-4 of NWIJ 150 tt K W by 200 I William I I .*. M..II"'I|I .. A..r Thomas I j "' '
I YII:', ""r RW'" 1.18 of NO'4 & all Et! T rt N 14 3 7 U C. 21. )fcJ
'I!' U II II IS Iota. Llttl. 111EV of NWS ; OfTtoid N',3734 of NI3', at : County of Uradford .State of Ally. fur 1'11. tllark. Fl. r I I
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:: 2 A to M:,,. t ,",W'. ot SA'4 ,. All SW'. ..., or NW'. of HP.I.: of tlfluate .hell be redeemed ." I I. (.fti(1I1t''I.',,', (,01'11'1' lilt ttsPoflrp t t'p':' ,
II U '13 lola Little 1.43 .ff SE" N of Hoed 4 7 U 1\\ f.ydl& Collin. 1.1" ln. tn law the property >.le...> | f'HY.: y. .LUM..I .... CIlA ... 'f .
: % of NF- ,28 24 4 2J n:1 "V. Jordan 1140 IJNF. %} In curb certificate I
; .- E3: of SW4, N ot Itoad (V ftF.'I of NE" or certificate/ : IIt"h .
I RF. 8\V of \V'., or NE 28" 12 10 W. H. Neweom 1441 pJt W14 .r N913. of N o4 4 T" 311 E.' H. n..an 14'IIW'4 will h* void to the hlffheet tiliM-r Allen M..rll"It tI'flr..... p-, ".. t
I 4I 1'40t; 1. n U Unknown 3." SEnr' RW. nr NW14" '' of N',3'3. 4 T It H I I. f'lnollrh 1 II I 2149v. at the Court Mouiie door on the S... .112. Alec 11'''''', IeCtl4Ot. c._ S 5 I'
f RW'4 nr28 .all W'? or BWII ofNWI4 : nf IIW'" 4 7 U 4Q) Mre. W. Valentine 7.19 firm Monday In iTIe month nf June (

I II. 28 1\ 21 011..11 r'aht' 2'i 8 \ E nr Roaot .all I W154 of 591.. ef flF.'t I54.. Which 'I. the 7th day "' Jun. IJHIJJlR'OF AoIt: > : PtTBLJCATlO'l
WDn" starling I.U 8W"4S nt 141'.'., 4 7 U 311 f'r. F:. )I. W.b.ter ".14 1946. NO'1'IC'E 1'0
awn It S 2t I' 1If.. Villa S\; .f NW\*. of flEIt of "5H' "TCTI.7 ArPEAR .j
: w"" I.H 28 1 23 29 Leon T> eandlo 295 In SW niud thl. 2:Ilh 0''HIIDA ...
2 'Iimwn II II t2 20 W. L. IavIc F. of \ 9-Acrea I" a $'i l.r day of April P..Me(Hew toIf. kf
". 'nootl): U II 21 20 "V. R. Cr..ford .99 Com at VVor of SWK .. f'or nr !!NW" of SE'1 1\\ 7 It I Joe Fraa'.r' 3.45 known Ia who" ..IcJ.n... 1:... :
;% 8 11 ft or yft to nf NEAL': ) A J. THO\t Cherie.nn' po ,
& 110 91 nf.nd nf $ A run \11 IIWV. *II. whose ad.'r... roo 4 S
_J XMl :11.334 for Pt of beathenc* Road Ex If I-A A 1':. Clerk of circuit Court of llr."lfr>r.l t'harlsston. S. I I. 4'1 He.tLag lit..

'4 121 ft ran. B 341 ft S 108 H ttW N II A & P13j nt County. Florida._ 5.7 4t 5-28: V,," ar. .. C.
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1\4 or :SE'.. Of14 I II 344 IT 8 JJ. I Clifford If. Allen 2.1 II "or T 7 U U F. L. ClolJa" 1.21 NOT1CB! OP "PPLIC4TIO" FOR Court Jun. 7th.end 848... In the .bo",. aI-4 on I 1 -, 151

.. If II Jr. D. PPn".tt 1.10 NW Cor of SW!% K.I4. 'ft ftf that portion 'I'A. IlKit': !) '.k. .ua.. wh.r.'n' plalotIff _
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1 7"11. II 0.0. Wh11011 1.80 ft for a pt of bet thencnriin of Road T 7 U Alderman the holder of In neat four Pilbiliub 441. o..r.r '
DrtJ "" '. orU I II E 144 ft 8 10* H ft the followIng! certificate ha* filed. Witnea. Weekly I '..a...
\ 1.31 344 tt N 10834 M fJl) It S 1-4 01 W34 7F' aid, .aertlflcste for .a tax deed fo at my hand and official .eel it
rt. .40 tel n'U I II J lola Little to W pt of beg IT I 13 1 Mr*. Lot tie Falrclotb 2.21W'1 01IE",. of $W4 AI.n 7 be leiued thereon The Certificate, M..I'U.S'.r'. .10.1... tills "d day .I

1';, '.tn.. W of NE" of 8A% of COM I ..h... II .r NW Number and Year of ".uan"*. 'OFFICIAL
1 <'I!meter, .. NE .x : 17 rt II I 21 t Victor ThomaS .t al 14.44 Cog .f NF.4 nf $W4 the description of the property BBAL) A. j. T ....... -

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r I I AUTHORITYON Birthday Party I I.Mrs_ : Roy Kay another matching table lace cotptd 1r
Circles Lawson Home Is Cloth
FOUROCIETYand Baptist aDd
At ShowerMrs. with
Honoree Easter l
ConnerEvon lilies
I Met Last WeekCircle Scene of Fish FryThe DEAFNESS For Evon gifts were mnpiJTyed the lit

Mooty Reelaeme HERE Conner; two year old Roy Ray, the former Edith Assisting the herb'
office Gladys**:"">! Phone 35e : One of the Baptist WMU Ewell Lawson home on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning, was the recipient of caring for their -.
!?*", Phone 29 met last week at the home of lira. Water Street was the scene re- Conner, was the honor guest at a many lovely gifts Thursday aft, W. V Gunter and"T w e
D. W. Moore. A business session cently of a fish fry given in hon- delightful birthday party Sunday, ernoon of last week when Misses j .Flynn. \f",
Club Mary Sue Epperson MM: held following the devotional' or of Mrs. Wilma Dockspader of afternoon given by her parents.The Annette Gunter and Betty Anne:
Junior by Mi-it. Ed Tenly. During., the Elmira, N. Y., who. has been a dec- Flynn I entertained at a miscellaneous
1, 'To Sponsor Dance Honored On BirthdayMary stclal hour Mtfi Moore, assUtod house guest of her cousins Mr. home was beautifully shower In her honor. The
," the by Mra. F. I" Flum**, served refieshmpnta. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. orated with mixed spring flowers. event was held In the Service BficicHE'Si
i Woman's Club met Sue Epperson was The birthday cake, served late In
: The Junior at the Recreation Tables and chairs were arranged Center which had been decorated P
of last week honored guest the afternoon with Ice cream, was
Thursday evening Stump, president program at the Service Center The next meeting will be held in the large back yard of the white, embossed with pink and with flowers of the season. The i Dui 10 MlIscuJar Slrllll
d with Miss Lillian Sponsored by the PTA Friday; at the homo of M.q. Maxie Carter. Lawson home, where guests spenta candles. refreshment table was overlaid. Ie
presiding. New' members held two white ) LumbIC.lblllllllu...
voted on during the week were< evening. The occasion being Mary \ very enjoyable evening. I A host of Evon's little playmates with a beautiful lace cloth centered Ns1.rve-fr.hing. .
Crosby Jr., Miss Sue's twelfth birthday anniver Circle Three met at the porno of Those enjoying this affair with afternoon with I k..n ipot.. lnmSiPSJPwmSALM'IO ., ,
Albert the of
enjoyed with roses .the
Mrs. arrangement
an .
Mrs. Norber sary, her parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs H. L. Brownlee! where rd the hosts and honoree were Mr. 1 ... "H" Ion..i., a." N
Newsome her. ........ ....
Evelyn .
Strick W. J. Epperson, Jr., furnished the and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and family -. sweet peas and baby-breath. At 1M eI'' mu.role,.fit
Frow ,
Stymczak and Mrs. radiance rosoi went lined In d 'c- W
refreshments to the juniors Including Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson ry I ,
led lk7 -'---- ------ -
land. orating. Mrs T. B. Harding: hearing aid a thrill you -
beautiful twotieredwhite and and Mr. and Mrs. I your
Hostesses, Misses Evelyn Stump, a the devotional an.) a short busIness family have never before been able to ex-
cake decorated with yellowrose Jesse Newsome and children.
Sara Barefoot, Mrs. Hugh Ingran buds.. session was conducted by the perience.Like II I STORE ffiaffl: i i
i Mrs. Roy Ward served delicious leader Mrs. Brownlee. A special the RADIO iIil
and with) television, ____ _. _
The Center
refreshments of strawberry, was offering was given to a family Tom McClane Host WONDER works better in some
flowers of the season and the who lost their home by fire. '
shortcake in others. That'swhy ,
At Hay Ride localities than
party games '
folks enjoyed
yk j Plans were made to sponser a young During the social hour the like television, this wonderful :
dance on Thursday, May 27, to during the evening.Flotary hostess served refreshments,' Tom McClane was host to 30 device is sold on an absolute Floor Sanding & Finishing
lie! held at the Club House. "1 '.* assisted by Mrs. R. A. Newsome of his young friends at a hayrlde MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.

The finance Committee reported Directors and Mrs. M. M. Morgan.The party Tuesday evening In celebra- J. II. LOMAX: Come in 'for a free demonstration PAINTING
y that $100 was cleared on the cake Guests At Dinner'' next meeting will be held tion of his twelfth birthday anni Mr. J. H. Lomax. Consultant ., or me superb ACOUetiCOn .T..-...- -
p and sandwich sale at the PolittcaRally. ..1 with Mrs. R. H. Alvarez. versary. The youngsters had a of the AcouBtlcon Daniel Company perial hearing aid and the Radio PAPER HANGING
j Junius M. Smith, presidentelect merry ride throug the streets 'of Jacksonville, Fla., will be Wonder. Mr. Lomax will con
of the Starke Rotary Clul The Business Woman's Circle of Starke and out to Kingsley Lake,'In Starke on Tuesday May 18th. duct this clinic at the Magnolia INTERIOR DECORATING
was host to the organization s the First Baptist Church met returning to Tom's house where'I Mr. Lomax will have with him Hotel In Starke May 18th, from
GIVES new board of directors at a tur Tuesday evening in the Church his parents Mr and Mrs. T. K. something brand new in the 9:30 A. M. to 8:00: P. M. Later .
at his 30 members McClane, Jr., served delicious refreshments -
Malarial key dinner Monday evening annex with present.Mrs. hearing aid and radio worlda appointments made on request.
home on Madison Street. C. A. Knight, leader, pre- including Tom's birth- superb Acoustlcon hearing ale'
t Chills t Fever Objectives for the new club sented Mrs. A. D. Crosby who led day cake. |I and a tiny radio set in ONE (AJv., )

RELIEFIt's year, which will begin In July, the devotional, using the 13th After the party the guests were AMAZING COMBINATION. The CALVIN JOHNSPHONE
were discussed and several committee chapter of Mathew. all delivered to .their homes on tiny, superb, new Acoustlcon Imperial ATHLETES FOOT GERM
assignments were made. Mrs. J. D. Seymour, program the hayrack. all-in-one hearing aid, KILL'IT* FOR 35c.

chairman, assisted by Mrs, T. K. equipped with the radio wonder, IN ONE HOUR. 41
Dick ERVINFOR SPECIAL on Drefwws, $3.95 and McClane, Mrs. 1.. D. Haines and Spring OperettaTo so tiny It defies belief, is a his: any If not druirclst pleaded: ,for your thin money STRONG back.fungi-Ai'c
at BARKSDALE'S.Sun. Mrs. Ethel Biggs presented a tory-making combination.The tide.'rE-OL. M.d. with 90.%; alcohol, STARKE, FLA.
94.95 Be Given it PE ..!RATES. Rach and kill.
most interesting program: "Lab- By startling RADIO WONDER MORE ...rm. ON CONTACT.* Today a

; Attorney General orer8,- Together With God." Mrs.L. BHS Grades 1 & 2 turns the Acousticon hearing aid KOCII DRUG STORE
F. Dinkins sang a vocal selec- into a tiny radio. You will won-
wt tion, "Work For., The Night Is Plans are underway for an oper- der how anything so incredibly BIBBBBBBSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBIBBBBIBIBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBH
STARKE Coming", etta to be given by the first and small can actually tune into the

FL':.' Business for the evening was a second grade pupils, Friday night,j same air waves intended for the *
report on the four boxes shippedto May 21, at 8 o'clock In the USO' GROCERY
biggest cabinet radio sets. It uses
Mon. May 16 17 Germany. Plans were made fora building. |
; 1j KNEW District Meeting to be held In The operetta is being written no extra tubes or batteries, yet it

i IF YOU Starke, May 29. Community Missions by Mrs. L. A. Conava, music director brings entertainment to you out Starling

work for the month with assisted, by the teachers 1'of the air. You just cannot Im- sCorner & MARKE
the colored churches and plans of the first and second grades.agine the thrill of hearing radio
Cantor Joan Davis for four members to attend Ridge- The cast will' be composed of programs direct without the distortion "
Shorts ft New crest WMU Week starting ,July practially all of the children off. of double amplification -
29 were discussed. the' two grades. |
Tueo. May 18 ONLY Hostesses for the evening were The faculty, members who are from the radio station direct toBACKACHE Call & Cherry Streets SPECIALS Friday & Sa"turdayray: 14.I

MOSS ROSE Mrs. McClane and Mrs. OrU) '\Vlggins. serving are: Director, Miss Louise
Beyers; Costumes, Mrs. Edna Prevail '
I Peggy Cummins Vlo Mature ; Stage Mrs. Leola Roberts; 303 Size MilfordAsparagus My-T-Fine 3
Vo Sup for Backache
quick comforting
Ethel Barrymore Decorations, Mrs. Ola Robinson Rhfumatlo Ftlu,exiting Op NlfhU.itronf
Comedy & News SEE IT! MOIHK-CO Temple All Dramatics; Mra. Evelyn Cooper; cloudy urln,IrrltMlnc pautgu,L.t Palm, Pie
circle under cyei and cwollea ankle*, duo 23c Filling 23
Weil. Thurs. May 19"7Z0- Star Minstrel, Gainesville High Songs, 'Mrs. Helen Malone; Behavior to Don-orgaalo non-syetemlo Kidney and
DOUBLE FEATURE School Aud., Sat., May 15. 8:15 Miss Louise Raulerson; Bladder trouble,try Crete*.Quick,complete
Middleton atuf action or'money back guaranteed. AM*
Publicity; Miss Madge ;
Ailm. $1.20; your'druigUt for CyetM today.
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TILL THE ENDOF p. Tickets, Mrs. Grace Osborne. Half Gallon DELTA Morton'sSALT E

I am deeply grateful to the TIME
people' of Florida and Bradford 53c 8
County for their support of myCandidacy 'Do Othy Madison McGuIre, Guy- PHILCO and HART FURN. CO.

h for the office of Attorney
General at the polls on And JOIN HANDS To Give The People Of )Bradford County
1 May 4. Your vote and support 13 RUEMADELEINE POUND
has made me the leading can t
for Only
didate for this high office. I :, HOME FREEZERS 1 0% D 0 W N ,

appreciate ..theeonfldencj/ you In,Srnall Payments)
S With .fames.rCagaey-If: 4 I (Balance Monthly, .. f .eo e.
a have placed 'la roc* t fIt It's
Also NewsFrl.
to my hope that many new
friends from every part of Florida Sat. May 20 21 Kingan'sPURE LARD28THAT

will Join with mo In my DOUBLE FEATURE !'
campaign for sound efficient rSKTSB liT I
and progressive government for Western Union S0iF.

our State. Robt. Young, Randolph Scott.Riders'Of Amazing 1 :ROZEiY FOOD {l

ATTORNEY Candidate GENERALPaid For Law phi lea TIIHElgIJ, GOOD "33" A Whole Gallon Table

(( for by Bradford County Bob Steele t.
Frfcnds of Dick Ervin) Short & Serial Bleach lie Peaches 72

Value! .... .

Large Green We have plenty 'of JARS,

SPECIAL .. .. FOOD PeppersFresh 3 lOc TOPS, CAPS and VINEGA



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AL.-'NC ,.. .
WEEKLY are very low prices in theme days of H., C. L. (High Cost

1Io101'l'l'JlL1f' '). Living) and we will appreciate it very much if you will trod'

The Store Of Values Call St. Starke] Fla. Phone 80 with us this week. "THANKS" Joe S. Starlingf

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of CERTAIN with Mrs. R. A. Newsom has returned I Mr. and Mrs. William Rhoden I Mr and Mrs
Basil smith Cecil Ward of I Vote the Rite Hay Follow the'I Mtra Jane, In Shadycrest Hospital: marriage MM. Ward was MlLpn i I
d )lrl.formerly with the For ATTORNEY GENERAL from a visit with her mother I Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Krltemeyer, I Dixie, Ga.. and Mrs. Claudia Cor-',rrwvd andot# for J. R. Kelly! Sunday May 9. Before Peek of Stuke.41
9. Co' Mr. and Mrs. Romey Andrewsare Mrs. J. A. Howe, and slater Mrs. and E. J. Dahmer attended the ley of Tallahassee were guests I..for our Tax Collector A Fllendt heft| wlcee

.rock ns weekendCwith upending this week with Mrs. B. C. Peddy in Miami, and an- Hope Baptist Church "Homecom Monday( of Mr. and Mrs Roy II All. (PaId for by friends). F- II!

spent H.the Meyers. The Andrews' parents Mr. and Mrs' other sister Mrs. R. E. Jtlathews ing" at Theressa on Sunday, Ward. Mr. and Mra. J. B. Cottrell spent ', 't

Mrt Mr. and and J. D. Harris of Jacksonville In Lakeland. Be CKJtTAIN: with BURTON Mrs. Mae Edwards and daughter the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.\ HOT WEATHER ITEMS A.

entertained Joe McDonald Beach. Vote for CHARLEY .:. JOHNS' For ATTORNEY.GENERAL Elaine. were In Daytona 1. P. Godfrey at Leesburg. -- .. ....... '- ...1,
trIJ11, Meyers at a dlnsaturdlY -, Mrs. May Dickens arrived Tues- for state !Senator! The Beat Man. Mr. and Mrs R. G. Kidd and Beach last week and visiting Mr. SPECIAL on nr<<'M....... $3.95 and

Mt\ H. evenIng at; day. from Sanford for an extended -Paid( for by a friend). children spent Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Elbert Edwards and 11I-1.93 at n.XKKSDALEVS. RUDDER HOSE ELECTRIC FANS t

I visit with Mrs. J. M. Brown- Mrs. H. L. Hough and Merrill at Hawthorne visiting Mr. Kldd's family.

a anti I.ady, lee and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson. McMillan attended the lawn party grandmother, Mrs R. H. Helmln- Mrs. W. A. Scott is spendingthis KUMNE: CLAIRE .\\ ICE CREAM FREEZERS rj
Banb byCatharine the yard SHE IT! Motwco Temple All given last Saturday afternoon by toller. week In Deland as the guest Mr. and !Mrs O. E. Ray of SPRAYERSINSECT .I
Star Minstrel Galnentllle\ High 1 Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Angas at Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver of of her sister, Mrs. Walter Glat- Monticello announce the birth of INSECT J

'S NoUman, of School Ami., Sat., May 13, 8:15: their home on Ortega Point Jack. Jacksonville spent the weekend sau. \ daughter, Elaine Claire, on May : SPRAY AND BUG BOMBS

CrosbY Dawkins'vllle p. m. Adm. $1.20 aonvllle. with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Rayon and Cotton Draperies 2. Mrs. Ray Is the former Wllma

Ine and the week- Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peacock of Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr.., had ready to hang$1.98 al Edwards, daughter of Mr. and SCREEN WIRE CLOTH .I
will spend Atlanta as her weekend guests Mr. and ,
Dorothy Claire Klckliter ipent spent one day last week STUMP'S. Mrs. B. S. Edwards of Starke. \
1fr. and Aire W. H. Noll-. ',. with their aunt, Mrs. S. E. Brown. Mrs. R. L. Epperson of St. Peters Judge and M.... A. Z. Adkins \

, Saturday In Jacksonville. J lee. burg.Men's spent Mother's Day in Gainesville :MIKA JANKVAKI: ) Bradford f Hardware Co.

Vote for D\Jv :McCARTY for Star Brand dress and with Mr. and Mrs. Fled Guy Mr. and !\I..... Roy M. Ward announce -

Phone 52.J Governor. The best qualified. work "ho s at STUMP'S. and children. the birth of a daughter, .
iDY.DEF SERVICE 11 11t (Paid for by a friend). Mr. and Mrs.. A. M. Mixon and Mrs F. H. Long Is spending the

Mrs. Hartmann r W. D. Russell of High Springs son, Darrow, M. E. Mixon and latter part of the week visitingher '

.o..IOW va' 9y0.a' Is the new druggist In Carpen- John H. Mixon attended a family son and daughter-in-law, Mr.

ter's Drug Store. Mr. Russell has reunion at Live Oak at the homesof and Mrs. Comer Long In Sanford
40 relatives Q U i E-Tees
years experience as a pharma on Sunday.
SPECIAL on Dresses<< $3.03 and)
slat Mrs. Edward Burns has also Mr. and Mrs\ W.' H. Nollman TURFMASTER
$".93 at BARKSDALE'S. ,
ANNOUNCING Joined the staff of Carpenter's have returned to their home on DELUXELAWN
and Is in charge of the cosmeticand Madison after a three weeks trip Attending the annual Mother'sDay

OF A.PLUMBING. gift department. to Asheville and Highlands, N. C., reception at the Pi Kappa' '
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Kelley of and to Savannah and St. Simons Alpha Fraternity house In Gainesville MOWERS'E.S
SHOPIn Thursday of last week wereMrs.
West Palm Beach were Saturday Island Ga. _
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Z. Adkins Mrs. F. H \ 9S
Temple Ave. Long and Mrs Marcus Brown. M ;
Building on
The Winkler Kite.Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL TO 21_
and Mrs. Hans Walker had Mrs Leonora Hall of Colum Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer of Sh''I"nO'rl.t'SIl T
as their weekend guests, Mrs. Jacksonville spent Sunday with
bia, S. C.. was the weekend guestof
Charles Groover of Valparlao and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway
Mrs. E. L. and
GuaranteedWork McKnight daughter
Free 111stinlates Mrs Lena Rowe of Ormond Beach Dolores. I Mr. and Mrs A. II. Morrisonof of

Friday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Mra. Laura Moseley, Mrs Sally ,Gainesville were Sunday guests of Till U tIt lest :Miming Machine: we hln'eeVI'r ,
Ralph Calkins or Ormond Beach I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. nutchln s.I -aweeeelr
Tlson and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. .
MiN-kfd. lt mire' and ask for a demount -
1? Saturday evening. Phillips attended the Church of I SEE IT! MOIUHVO Tl'"Ylpl.11 rat Ion. bassi ,,,

Summer Sheers "Cloth of God fish fry and Church work- Star :Minstrel Zlaine.V pile High

Gold"" sizes 12 to 44, $3.95 at Ing near Palatka Friday and Sat- Schuolu...., "Sat.' !May 13, 8:13:

STUMP'S. urday of last week. I p m. Adm. $1.20 Porch Gliders UL.AUT1FULAluminum
Miss Carol White left Thursdayfor Maiden Form and Gossard 1. Mr. and Mr*. Tommy MersPreau Hack, & Seat
VASCO FORSYTH an extended visit with her had as their weekend guests J. C .
I at STUMP'S.Mr. .
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I and Mrs. James Lewis and I Parker and Elmer: Parker of Or. .MetalChairs

Mrs B. F. Boone in Jackson, children, Brenda and Jim, spent lando.
Tenn. I Mother's Day In Apopka with Mrs. W. W. Jurnlgan and daughter .

SEE IT! MOIVKTO Temple All i Mrs. Lllllle S. Lewis. Margaret, of Jacksonville

Star Minstrel Gainesville High I Mr. and Mrs Walter King mov were guests last Sunday of Mr. h For Porch I

School And., Sat. May 13 8:15 ed into the Hartmann apartmentson and Mrs. W. V. Gunter. The Gun And Yard I i

p. 'm. Adm. $1.20 Temple avenue last weekend.Mr. ters will also have as their guestsfor
two week MaJ. and 6.95
and Mrs. W. R. Strickland the next
Mrs C. D. Dalton and daughter, .
visited their son-in-law and daughter
Wo Have Red.
Mr. and Clubreathand arol Ann. ehreo Passenger
Mrs. Eric
Tobacco INSURANCE Vote for CH.\RLEY K. JOHNSfor 95 Green, Yellow
v son Jimmy at the Trailer- lllbbon Stt'4'I.i
senator The Bent Stan I and Blue
Although not compulsory It III vette, Alachua Air Base, Gainesville
-(Paid for Iw a friend). Heavy Durable Construction '
safer to Liability
much carry on Sunday. Yawn 0
Growers Insurance. I represent only old Vote for DAN' McCARTY for Mir; and Mrs.. William Mrs. I

line reliable stock companies. Governor. The bent qualified. -, visited Crawford Mrs. Yawn's at mother Blackshear!, Also. Gilder Ctialm To USE OUR BUDGET PLAN,

Your business will be appreci (Paid for by a friend). E. J. Match '

XVT WAIT Let Us Write Your ated. Mrs. Milton Lang of Jackson Ga., over Mother's Day. I
SPECIAL on l.re<<"..>H, $3.9.1 anti
129 W. Call Street ville has been spending this week Just Received Shipment of ICE REFRIGERATORSIT'S
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph/ with .her slater Mra. Paul Raymond I -


H. C. WALL AGENCYConstant N. D. Wainwright Jr. their weekend guests, Mrs. John

Sale and daughter Lota of Madison
Service: Over 50 Years and Mr. and Mrs. John Sale Phone 3-1313 I Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE

Please Phone 146 of Valdosta Ga. 83 Went Ashley Street .

Let's Vote (X) Be CKRT.UNvlth: BURTONFor \ .J\CKSON\'ILLE. FLA. 151 STARKE. FLA.



lung and: !duplicating: typewriters ma, INSURANCE fire, automobile write liability all ,liner and TAX. COLLECTOR SHERIFFOF BE THRIFTY -- SHOP AT THE TIP'TOP andSAVE :,,1

cub nucjHterg' ; fitIce fur- life. &fl ftXjL.forVsournvurMhoe.; w..
law book dBsen. safes,. need Tt. D. v alnwrlnhtT Jr... 'lit OF
I.luori.. 01881 l storage cab!- W. Call St.. Phone U4.- tf '
|:locke,:. and shelving, nhowRlihcxt County
(grade to th I WELL DRILLING Belt equipment t
.t. New and nmd. Largest reasonable prices: "No
nnmliMo'id, vote and BEST
In Florida. PEKDUE' ,. 11- water, no pay!" See John VIiiK- t For the QUALITY MEATS
IUltra Ht, Jarkxnnvllle.. 322, yard Jr., at Jo.'. Grill '3 mi.I a support given me In theFlret
sPu'It north of Ktarke ; 200 re's"
1 I. 6-1313. SAME on Ro're. (
lot' -528MITTKESSES I 4tp 5-14 Prlnmry., and I am urge deeplygrateful my Square Cut WHITE BACON, lb. 30c

FOR MAIK C1I1'JAIJ 1941 1-ton -
Ford truck heavy duty tranemh- AlentN and mipportem. toN ,
Klon. Cub but no body. Also a Meaty NECK BONES, lb. 17c
lI..telt to 'r
OF AM KINDSRENOVATED Hniall amount of lined lumber 1 stand pat and not
chvup. Starke Ice Co. tf I 6 limt-inlnntc propaganda)
q'H any ', Smoked BACON with RIB, lb. 4.ge
FOR tiALld:: 6-rooin modern house, '?L, that might IH put out In an
hot WHtep. Also i-roum uO\t.l./f"
It 4.500 .1,500 down. Apply 412 r effort to HUUJjt.ur loyalty. Brookfield BUTTER, Ib.x- l1c
Center St. 4tp t-21
YourotfH made nip high'
FOR SALE 1948 Harley-OaviilBon PORK CHOPS (end cut) lb. 43c
motor cycle with all extras., perfect man In the First' I'rlmaiy -
; condition. Will sell at urn" and I reH-ut my pnmiUe to f
FIRXITTHEREVPHOLSTERED rifle or consider truck or car ar | If alerted I will\ Meaty SPARE RIBS lb. -. 45c
to equal. value. Also late 41 Kel- you that Silven King or .
vlnator elec. drink box at sac I
give the |MM'>pl<- of Urad lord Table TalkFLOU
rifice. Apply 619 !McMahon St. ('.war Meyer's WiredBREAKFAST
LND REFINISHED Phone 183W. call for Mrs. Lutev.OPP1CB MFp County a fair, Impartial, and
Drop r. A Card It I r -j lawful administration of the8ht'rllf'lI R BACON, lb. 79c 1

NGS MATTRESS CO. SPACE for rent. Phone S3 office.
230 Palatka, Fla. or call at 120 S.: Walnut St. lip 25 lbs. 1.63 NIMH!. Tender WesternCHUCK
(Pal Political Adv.)
FOR RENT: Modern attractive fur. ROAST or 5C
nished and unfurnished. apart.moots HONEST C
FOR SALEW shady. yard, desirable and Country Style RIB STEAK Ib.
close in. H..uu..l.llo'. l0i! \V. M.. tl cLI.
J-BEDROOM: residence, Icon yt. Starka. .J.I-C".J.IrJ
limits of Starke, lust com- RELIABLEYour .
Cheap for bait cosbuilding FOR SALE: A.B.C. automatic waah-I 3 lb. jar 95c '
11 with concrete Ing machine Bargain PrIce.
fit north of Standing Cen- C. Stone Melrose, Fla. Continued Vote and i TENDER STEAK lb. 45cPure
I1*; at coat. Must Prevail ,
I\lST\ and Concrete Block HAVE AFTERNOON PAPER routeopen Support Will Welcomed White Supremacy Pure CaneSYRUP
heap..t price In town. (out of Stark.); car, allowance |.|'" Colored
QRS.() halt glass, 2'6'x0'8.. and bonus J. H.. Nix. and Respected.Pd. .
General Delivery Starke. dtp

Pjo.LIME Concrete Cement.Pipe Clans Stepping Block, FOR RENT: S-room house, etore' ( Pol. Adv.) TO THE WHITE DEMOCRATIC: VOTERS OF HUAI- 4 lb. can 49c OLEO 49c
P'6"' Mortar Mix' ", building and auto repair garaa
'doss. on 6 acre land.' 2Mj ml. N. of I FORD AND UNION COUNTY:
luck hauling Fin dirt for 8tarke on Jax highway. See! V
,Mrs. Mamie \Vllllngham at store.Itp.
LOTS In city limit of Our Fathers elected members of the House of Representatives I

D.On 1:0 high per ground mo. UOO. up LOST: Several small keys on chain.j aFresh and State Senate, who procured the passage I SUGAR 5 IBS.Factory; 42c

.illY. type of buildIng eon- ,Green Reward Court If returned St. to Green UiPAMHOO &> I of a White Primary Election law for the purple ,

SASD I INC}} Clalvanlaed Pille. : of nominating our Democratic: (white) Candidates for

'd loads.$3.60 per yard_ In FnP'R screen hedge, for and trimmed windbreaks.hedge I State and County officers af the General; Election heldon

Clip I\iGl'liEERI"IIO: co. Tiring work hands and tool.. in November every
after the first Monday California'
lw F.d..d. Plio.. 94MADE 214 Park Place, Starke. It V Tuesday FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES

i FOR SALE: Practically new large I two and four years, respectively. FRUIT COCKTAIL

'. ,' .PhOto-, rise hoy's bicycle, $33: ca n. I We interested in the selection of a candi- 1 lb. 20c
etc. !Mrs. Lloyd Green. IIP are now can
hlerUon of of Ripe BANANAS lb. 9c
(,?? All l work moulrtlntr guaranteed to Ford ronvertlM MULLET date for State Senator who will assume!' the duties -
OOD CAMERA GIFTLI FOR 8ALK 19311 Studebaker A. D. 1919 and serve you at the 1919
1 t9U 4-donr the office January
tf ..dan. City Limits Station 30c lb. sessio'ns.The I1IIEFT" Fancy LEMONS, doz. 2Ic
.. 1951
llth .& Temple AvSIce liP_ and
[ YOUR TIMBER FOR SALK OR TRADE: 11'! Ford lb.r White Pr>; iary Law has prevailed in this Sen- Fresh TOMATOES, lb. 15c
SeeJ i 30c .
NOW coupe. P. ,Myers 41 motor at ,Plnehur.t Al condition.Cabins. Croackers a atorial District since: its passage, until the recent Primary Package 33 c'

t i t Cash Prices Paid 1 ml out on Palatka road. liP Election held !May 4th, at which: election several Texas Yellow ONIONS, lb. gcFresh .

.ek. HII'O. Cnf. Jumbo SHRIMP75c registered and participated In the ,
d !'! terSpanlel.NDl' ;. hundred Negroes
LL ij Y TN BULK male. white election held In Bradford County FlorIda Blue Streak Fancy: SuRarCROWDER .' ,
tall. white primary
OR I IN UNIT brown ewers I earl tn "SrnrrnT"and. NotIfY, no Mr..collar L..onDlcandlo ., lb. ,., contrary: to the statute and the long established RICE PEAS, 2 lb.. 2Sc ,1
-W RtII.. Jlo,. 254. Stark.. custom of our citizens. "
OWir : PECK till Sea Trout 45c Ib. 3 lb. pkg. Fancy fjtrgnWHITE '

rrr: 0. Box 463 SATE At a nnrmln say. r" The official count of the recent primary electionfor 45c CELERY, each 8c a'
Gainesville FOR and One District of Florida placedme
j Fla. eras Kerosene Rlln" the Fifteenth Senatorial
Two. oorsafrom 8.f". Trackr na" (nn 0. SNAPPER Steak second high in number of votes cast: for State Sen-

'ill!me a postcard and I n\ st.' 4t 11.4 65c lb. ator and having assured you of my Interest in the passage -

!_come see you. VOTtrKTh: followl"-.ttl. arjbilnw ,., of legislation' for County and State Improvementsat Jewel Shortening 4 Ibs. $1.25 I
M In the mr pOllnr1: thatit ,
assure you
'LE Ii hlarlt' h..lf..r vorllnr. ."n'"lfI'R1.. 40c lb. the next Session of our Legislature ,
; better Flounders efficient service as
r..radio,p ntjtspot.COfl- no hrlln"'. 1 rr"JBJn7> "'Vbout '4 ,... is my,desire to faithfully perform .
:;.. -- nr Atlantic will trade Servloeor for jrwrkrnl. <-n" r e"'pl." AV.., caU 57. ip these BfilmsU will be sold, to BUTTER FISH three sessions of the State Legislature.The '
.. < at the past Tender Cibbs; Diamond
lip thhlr" .t HMrl r on T"V,,AV.Ms ". you Sweet SafelyOREGON ,.j

'1J.1t"11.. ;1-t k'OR ALE-IS i rlty: ,* UU Cl...rk.st 8 'p. m. Carl 1t- 30c lb. continued: support ,and vote tit the WHITE PEAS; CATSUP MATCHES
''ilp0.11 Dis-
uleep 4 the fifteenth Senatorial
el..,,: atuv.com1I'"hnl.Ipot. FOR fII'T.F.: nWET.t-INO. .s.vwalklnR .' r DEMOCRATIC: voters of No. 303 can lOc 14 oz. 15c 2 pkgs. 15c -
.en at i distance to appreciated.
Pine Forest vx will be greatly
r.a"p.. Carl 1. Hurt r..r.r. I h..drnr'n.. HII, < hed n" DRESSEDUeady trict ... I.
"ndl" "If" .nnrtrara 'Tbe'Pali ,j'.
Its ran -
at R For Sincerely .
'ENT nap. S.s J" E. Wilson yours

n.ED,'ill;\: 11: a lao'urnlehed St.stove II, O.and 1.. !modernpete fay'.:i COOL C.HERD: Walt TOUR InRADiOnSERYICE Agency HOME. all anm,4t flREP-Pha"0,545GIIARANTERD """'. MagnoliaFISHMARM G. FRED ANDREWSPaid Silver Cow MILK, 3 tall cans, 39ct ?4.t.

ee'rlylO1t! ;daaler.hlp. invStarke. 10. Pol. Adv.)
.......009. rapltat. Gasoline R A D I O.SERVICE: .,
""" dellve.l.a RADIO
-&'dr4plllie.ExWrit..o*'I&.' at Bx I.it VI Court('!':. arMadIson Oulf. 9tat1+ '"-2"'s'




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PACK SIX _______ 31.t .

the "Sunshine City". Saturday. and children spent Mother's Daylit ; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR May 17th. 1X8. In the above named A* Clerk of said Court. seal at Stark., Florida this 3rd 'VyIU.. whos5
S Trenton visiting relatives. Mr. /STATE OF FLORIDA Tot Roy' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff T. Frank drum. Starke. Fla.Atty. day of May 1948. known.You. r'.ldenr,
; ; ; ; Mr. and Mra. May entertainedMiss Roy Ollbert Morris. whoae> residence sacks divorce. Bradford County for Mt. 4-l 4t 8-17 (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thoma are II
Hampton Evangeline Freeman of and Mrs. Jess Brannen accompanied In unknown. Telegraph. shall pubHsh this OrderIn -' Aa Clerk of said Court Jun. 7th. refllll'.d 10
I! Miss Freeman gave them and enjoyed the Tou are required to appear on next four weekly Issues. IX CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD John J Henderaon Esq., St. Augustine Court and 19U. In the 'bo'I,.
Jacksonville. May. 17. 1 48, In the above named Witness" my hand and official seal CO UN! TV. rLOHIUAl I.M CMANJaunlta Fla. .au." wh.reln
By 1\lrs. M. C. Swewiey accordlan selections at The Youth double celebration of Mother'sDay Court and cause, wherein plaintiff at tltarke. Florida. this 16th of I clCnY. Plaintiff Atty. for Plf. 5-7 4t 1-28 seeks Telegraph dlvorc.. .. flratltG", I.
Long Green "
SI3AI'TIST .k. divorce. .halJ r
; S S Service and Mother'sDay and Raleigh's' Birthday an Bradford County April l)4i.OFFICIAL. Uhli.b
Christ "-
for Harrison --
Telegraph shall v* Oreen In nxt' four "".
publlKh thin '
niversary. : Order ( SEAL) A. J. Thom. Defendant. C.... No. 490. BRADFORD *I'
BEGINS Program on Sunday. In next' four weekly Issues. A* Clerk of said Court.John IV COVRT. Wltn.. 1..Up.
of j. c. Lamoreaux recenUy sold Friends are glad to see Delmar Witness my hand and official seal J. Henderaon Esq. /St. Au.uaAty. NOTICE TO APPEAR I COC1TY.. FLORIUAl seal -t Stark"of .. hand aId .
D. Lyle,
James at Flu'lda
Rev. Starke
\ The a series of his home and business to Julius Williamson out and about again Florida this April 16 Un.. 10'1.for. Plf. 4-16 4t 6-17 STATE OF FLORIDA to: William: Macle Wyllls, Plaintiff ".. Carl. May l94t0OFFIClALsnA. ", Ikl,,
Dalton Ga., will begin harrison Ureen whose addr*** I*' .'. Case No.
Recher of New York who with after an operation in Shadycrest (OFFICIAL SJ ALI A./. Thomas Wyllls: Defendant. )
meetings at the Baptist Church. A. Clerk of said Court. IN CinnilT "'0 V liT. BRADFORD unknown. 1 8524 A. I*
his wife and family have been Hospital Starke recently.Mr. Hon. :/. C. Durrance Law You are required to on Clerk ot .
beginning on Tuesday night May EzehangeUldif. ("01))",," 'Y. FLORIDA IN CUANCKRY. appear ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND John J. H...mi .. Mft.
.. Jacksonville, Flv.. May 17. 1948 In the above named "" ,
in Flora- Elq.,
several weeks and Mrs. Olen L. Beden. 31.
of this living for TO APPEAR tin* Fla.'AUY. AM
was pastor NOTICE ,
18. Rev. Lyle Atty. for PIt. 4-l 4t 1-17 Court and c..u.e. wherein plaintiff
church some years ago and has home. baugh and son. Larry were week ; sic Benjamin McU"w Rouse...ll. Koune Plaintiff, Defendant.".. Lla- .aek* annulment and restoration ofmaiden I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carl F.I' for Plf.
Rradford .
many friends here. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lamor end visitors of their parents. Mr. IH CIRCUIT O" mT. BRADFORD Case No 4472ORI1ER Telegraph name.hall publish this County OrderIn it

and Arthur Rhoden. who operated and Mrs. L. I.. Bedenbaugh and COUNTY FLoRIDA IN CHAN OF PUBLICATION next four weeklly liaue "
The May meeting of the Hamp eaux tUtu Y. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'Why Not Enjoy The Best?
Witness hand and official seal
and repair Mr. and Mrs. I... D. Klland. Betty Inablnet Plaintiff v*. John Llisla my
school a thriving garage STATE OF FLORIDA to:
ton PTA was held In the 1 Andrews Inablnet Defendant. Case at Starke, Florida this April 16,
moved to their temporary and Mm. J. W. Home had McDowell Rouse whose residence 19411.
Wednesday. May 5, business. Mr. I No. 1503. North Carolina.
auditorium on la: Kalford
with Mrs. Hazel Thomas vice- home on Smith Lake. They an guests last week their daughter -I ORDER OF PUHTJCATION required to appear on A* Clerk of said Court.T.
modern AND NOT.CH: TO APPEAR 'i.riyOU17 1IH*. la the above named Frank Landrum Stark., Fla.
At this, intend to build a camp Betty. FSU Student at Tallahassee
: president. presiding. STATS OF FLORIDA to Johr Ceurt and cause, wherein plaintiff Atty. for Plf. 4-18 4t E-17 N
time the PTA purchased a modern home in the near future on the and her friend. Miss Peggy Andrew Inablnet. whose residence seeks divorce. Bradford County

set' of Junior Encyclopedias for shores of this lake. We welcomeMr. Ulmes, of Stuart who also attends Carolina.la: Star Route Uwanaea:: South Telegraph next four'shall weekly publish Issuea.Witness this. OrderIn Il'f CIRCUIT: COVRT. BRADFORDCOVTTY. ,, jraooi tonuo A* SBMCI

great and Mrs. Recher and their the University.Mr. 'Ton FLORIDA. IV! CHAN-
the school which will be a are required. to appear on 'my hand and official CKRT.Elisabeth; .
research work. Walter and daughter June May *4. 194*. In the above named Heal at. /Htarke, Florida this April
asset to students' son. and Mrs. Horace D. May Court and cause wherein plaintiff 1948. Gaston M.uU..y. Plaintiff Cooking Heating Refrigeration
: Mrs. Lula Slade and Mrs. Gertrude -to our community.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins neck* divorce. Bradford County COJo'P'ICIALtEAL' ) A. J. Thomas fendant.. vs. Clemenceau Pane No. 6535 Maultsby De

Slade served strawberry and Mrs. Joe Lorenzo of and' family attended the Home Telegraph next four shall wklly publish laauea.Witness th>.. OrderIn A. Clerk of 'said Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND FOR SERVICE CALLE.
1'I..ld.D Daytona
Ray Selden EMIldlng
ahortcake, with cold drink, at the Tampa recently visited relatives coming Services at Hope Baptist my hand and official Beach Fla.Attr. STATS NOTICE OF FLORIDA! TO APPEAR to: Cleraeneeau T. Shull Plumbing & Heating

meeting's conclusion. here.' I Church at Theressa last Sunday.C. seal at Stark., Florida, this April for PIt t.18 4t 1-17 Maultsby whoa resident Is LOCAL AGENT: PHONE 144
st. 1.41. unknown.You .
h Mr. and Mrs. Claude U May Mr. and Mrs. Earle Van Alatlne M. Dennison and Mrs. Jessie (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa IN: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD are required to appear on .

had as dinner guests Wednesday. and children. Florence and Larry I Mae Sparkman and sons of Aa Clerk of said Court. COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CHAN June 7th 1948. In the above lamed
Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co.
; Carlton A Prown.Attroneya at Law CERY. Cuurt and cause, wherein plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stophel. of St. have returned to their home In Galnesvllln were Sunday visitorsof Law Exchange E1d... Jackeonvllle.Attys. Kenneth O. Flood. Plaintiff va. seek divorce. Bradford County

N. Y. Pearson Ga... after visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt. I. Fla. Alma H. Flood Defendant. Can Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla.
Petersburg and Rochester, for Pit. 4-13 4t C14 No. 491 next four weekly Issues.Witness .
route north and Mrs. Culver Van Alstine. Friends will be interested to ORDER OF PUBLICATION I my hand and official.
B. Simmons and grand. I
after several months In Mrs. T. hear of the recent Army enlistment COVNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCBHV STATE OF FLORIDA to Alma
I: spending son. Ray. left for their' home in of Otto Hicks Jr., of near H. Flood. whoa residence I* un

-- ----- Chase City Va. They were accompanied -I Waldo. Otto was a popular member Harry Dorothy S. C.Uelmrlch.}Helmrlch Plakitlff.Defendant.Caae'No. va.. known.Yonr are required' to appear on

t ',home by R. O. Sim- of the younger net here and 6504.ORDER May 17. 1948 In the above named

mons who will return the last of Is now temporarily stationed at OF PUBLICATION Court and cause, wherein plaintiff

this week. Fort Jackson, S. C. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dor-I Telegraph shall publish this Order I
In next four weekly. Issues.
othy C. Helmrlch whose residences Aft
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith; former Cyril Pickren of Gainesville, : 132 Commonwealth Avenue, Witness my band and official seal

residents of Hampton Junction spent Monday here visiting Bronx, New York New York. at Siarke Florida.. thIs April 14.
You are required to appear on 194H. -
and now of Miami. were friends. May 24. 1948, In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas,
visiting friends here Friday. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff As Clerk of said Court.
A number of ladles and 4-H seek d Ivorc... Bradford County Dan Kelly Fernandlna. Fla. NEW
\ '. I. E. H. Shafer is spending some Club girls from here attended the Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty. for Plf. 4-16 4t 6-17 Store Prices
'X'1 time In New York City. in next four weekly I Issues.WltneH LOW Super Daily
Home Demonstration Exhibit in
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen n1y1 hand and official seal IN CllirUIT COURT. BRADFORD 6 *
Starke on Friday afternoon. it Starke, Florida thl April 21, COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN-.
8 194$. CERY
(OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomaa, Joe Terral Roger. Plaintiff "..
J REAL ESTATEI a S S SPine A* Clerk of .Id Court. Mattie Ruth Roarers. Defendant.__
------ --- u
.F. c.No.. 6489ORDER SWAN SOAP lOc
t. C. Durranre, Law Exchange regular -
'. List ;your property for sale Level] Bid"*., Jacksonville, Fla. OF PUBLICATION
) Atty. for Plf. 4-23 4t 1-14 AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR 5 lb.
with me. I have sold manypleoea ; STATE O? FLORIDA to Mra. Bag

..1'I" of property and nave 87 M.... II. M. McRae IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD dence Mettle and Ruth address Roger la,: 144 whose Jackson real Octagon ,POWDER, 2 lb., 8 oz. 22c ,

autnjr prospective buyers. A COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAMCERT. Street. Hope, Indiana. JIM DANDY
S S S S C S S S S S .
deal la guaranteed. A You are required to appear on 4
square Drew 1':. Bavemore, Plaintiff
va. May 17, I94S. In the above n.m..dCourt
fair commission la all that I re Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall visIted Sarah Lena Basemore, and cause, wherein plaintiff CAMAY SOAP, regular .. ... 9c

q...... Aa a member of tile their daughter Mra. J. E. ca. No. 0401.ORDER D..fendant.j seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph I GRITS45c
PHARMACIST Murrhee at Glendale In OF shall publish this OrderIn
t r. : Realtor Board you may beassured Hospital AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR next four weekly Issue
that I will represent Palatka Monday. Mrs. Murrhee STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah 'Witness my hand and official PALMOLIVE, bath size .' 13c
Lena Baaemor, whoa residence taunknown. I seal at Starke, Florida this April
A 1:11: Phone 64 underwent a major operation
STARKE you to the best of my ...bWty.N a 15. Q411.

1 n-the-Mintt Service D. WAINWRIGHT JR. week ago and her friends, are You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :/. Thomas.

Realtor.I IPhone 154 j glad to know that she is on the IVORY, medium cake lOc

,U',.!' -p_____ p -- p- -) rssssrSSSSSSrrfl road to recovery.Mr. NOTICENotice ,

and Mrs. B. M. McRae and
I. hereby given that the following described lands will be
children were visiting Mr. and sold at public auction on the 29th day of May. 1847 at 11 o'clock A. M
ICONWAY'S Mrs. Carl Dobbs In Lake City at the City Hall In Starke Fla.. to pay the amount due for 1947 taxes,, FRUITS Watermelons
Jf herein set opposite to the same, together with all cost of such sale .
SERVICE STATION Sunday and advertising. f icsN !

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman of D..l1ptl. 5.! T. R. Owner T.... FVKHrWIS

4 Phone 147 Temple Ave Starke Fla. Heilbronn Springs and little E.Block 44 Ft.<1T of of Lot Original. 6-8 of 55c

grandson. Johnnie Eggers of Hurvey Town of Starke 28 t 22 n. A. Green 78.75! _ii.nWinesap .
; f WASHING POLISHING WAXING Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. On. Lot I US Ft. 1':. W. "
by 2 1. Ft. N. & a. '
GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING Norman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bounded a* follows: On Apples 2 Ibs. 25c Field PEAS 2 Ibs. 25c|
H. M. McRae Saturday after tt1':. by Klock 17. on -
J Pressurized Car-Washing To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleaning the N. by Jefferson St.,
noon. LEMONS doz. Fla.
W. by Court Ht. and H. 35cGrapefruit. NewWJlite
of, Vb Jsteiuiy Expert Palatine See U. For Estimate by Call Fit.. of Original
J. Hall returned
R. Monday to 1", of Btarke S> < 21
Hurvey wn R. A. Green 328.55 Potatoes 10 Ibs. |
his home In Jacksonville after Com. on S. Hide of Call 5 for 19c 49c
.f : TUBES BATTERIES ON St. where It Intersects ,- -
spending' week here with some
;.,t. 'Small Down Payment With Small Weekly Payment a E.! Side of Court Ht. '. New CropYellow
friends. Run H. 14V.( Ft. K. BO CABBAGE 3 Ibs.
I Ft. NE 62 Ft. N. 83 Ft.' i lOc ONIONS |
SEE: US FOB YQUR CAR NEEDS ,- -.lprh*t J.Mr. and Mr.. Lavon Alvarez to Call St., Thence W. Ibs. 29c

i' f-i r ,. J3rlando .and. Mr. and .Mrs, B. B* 1-4 Ft. to Pt. of =f : Tomatoes lb. box
j r Hedlnnlnr of Original Tr 19c Yellow Corn 4
\ 29c
AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES ,. M Myrick of Lake Geneva atten- Burvey Town of Btarke IS t 22 "n. A.Q3..II' ,' 'J87.2S ears ,-

ded services at Pine Level Church One Lot Corn. 22 Ft. 2 ". .. .
:!BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE In. H. of NW Cor of i. ;,
l last Sunday and were dinner Lot 2 of Block to & .. r

TIRES,; 12.75 and up EXCHANGEUNDERSTANDING guests of Lavon'a parents Mr. Ft.Run. N.S. 41 41 Ft.Ft.. E to 21 Call S-4 ORANGEJUICE I Large RINSO Soap Powder 33c

anil( Mrs. O. R. Alvarez of Van- St., Thence W. to Pt. of
Brit., of Original' Survey No. 2
derbilt. Large
Town of Starke IS 6 22 Tom durr ll 28.47 33c
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.H. Lots. 2-4 of Block 22, ofOriginal
Survey Town i
M. McRae on Mother' Day of StArke 21B. ( 22 Leon Dlcancllo 12.89 :2 lb. Jar Ann Page

.1k Included Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 70 Ft., of Lot 2 of Sta-Flo Starch, qt. 2l|
Block 27 of Original' Peach 39c
Preserves -
McRae and family Mr. and Survey Town of Starke 22 6 22 ,J. Fred Guy 20.9
of wide Lot 8 of Block 27 Bx.. E.! White HouseMILK
based upon long years experience M... L. A. Crosby and family .
70 Ft.. of Original Survey :> lb. Jar Ann Page
If i and Serving- dignifies this funeral Mr. and Mra. Robert Myrick and Town of Starke 28 6 21: Btll'Caran..a 20.49 large 3 for 3S

))1 home with a superior excellence in daughter, Katherine, all of this Com.of at 8RV4': ,NB of Cor.NEV4 of, W and% GRAPE JAM. 39c ,

\ handling affairs of sacred discretion. section Mrs. A. F. Hall and Run W 175 Ft. for Pt. IS 3-4 os. Ann PageSPAGHETTI

children of Jacksonville Mrs. of Beg., thence nun ,v. Swifts Strained
80 Ft.. R los Ft., E.
J. Lois Onteen of Lake Butler. and 80 Ft. N. 105 Ft.. to I! BABY MEATS 19c 2 for 2
Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Geneva. Pt. of Beg.. of Mica. _
7 Stark. 28 8 22 a. H. Little 6.15 No.
B. 17ft Ft. of N. IO& Ft. DEXO 3 lbs. 1.15 Can lonaTOMATOES
DEWITT C. JONES of E'-j of NW'4' of I'IE'4' -
Katherine celebratedher
.. Myrick of NE%., of )fl.c.'t 2 for a 2
I STARKE! PHONX T first birthday anniversary Stark. 28One < 23 0. H. Little .. 83.75 17 oz. Roaedale -
Lot about 22 Ft..
AMBULANCE SERVICE1 Monday. May 10. She had a wide' K. & W. by 185 Ft. PEAS 2 for 25c
C 2
beautiful birthday cake with one N. H. bounded on R. oj -
Funeral Director by Weller St., S. by
candle on it. presented to ber Land of Marshall W.

her Susie B bv Kllcox. A Lewis "
by grandmother. Mrs. on .
Our local funeral home enables us to N. by Block IS, Llv.InnstonTruby -
I offer conveniences and services not Myrick. Katherine is still tryingto 4k ('0'... -''''!. ..".; ; Half or WholeHAMSIb.
walk and talk and even tries Addlt I Ion. of Misc., '- .' 59
other wi. available.. Starke. 28 < 22 Unknown 3.41 -
to the
play piano.Remember .
I In Starke .
... .. "
S the services at pine on.rollr:: :.. by Tempi: "oof" p Fla. DreHBvd & Drawn
W furnish the till lowest M A TO., N. by Jackson St.,
service at
hlghesi type price. Level Baptist Church every Sunday W. h y Holllngsworth .. CLot FRYERS lb.
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force. issued by ANT con morning and evening Prayer Mrs. D. .1. Alder- -
I manNind H. by Alderman 28 < 22 .
R. A. Or..lI.
paay as payment In part or In tUB on a funeraL. Consultation Meeting every Wednesday nightat About 2 Acres of Land 131.85

eanieti no obligation. 7:30 School Sun lielnir' S6 Yds. N. A H.
: Sunday
every I ..
)hv 120 Yd K. & W.Bounded .
: day morning and evening. N. bv Land of
Manning R by Darby. 37c
R. liy Alderman In
I. HRVi of In 29 < 22
COUNTY. FLORIDA! IN OMAN 4 W. H. A Elisabeth Noegela S.55
Lot 4 of Blo.-k t. of CltV .
U I Paulett CIo1ItY. L.uI.e D.c, Plaintiff vn. Park Sub-nivlslon. W. BEEF LIVER, lb 63c
I Co'.. Add. To Starke' 21 6 23
Paul Use Defendant. ('.LNo No. 8O7 Tax Certificate 2.09! "
....... ORDER OV PUBLICATION Lot 7-R't-IO nf llorkt
., ., 11;;k '.: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR t. r>t>wllng'n Hub. PORK LIVER lb.
; .
''J Division 21 t 22 37c
'!( jJ. '.,.'. STATE OK FLORI1 to: Mr. R A. Green 14.01 ,
'! ;:r.;: Lots 1.' of Block 12, ofUnekln'H Fresh Mullet lb. 23c
SI and
.i ( f'JI"ol"/: ( ,, ).I'': Paul Bop, whose .r.xlJrnc Addition to ,
addrvKH I.: 184 Ru Dee Pjrraneea,
'''.. ;;,'''rc.t Pal-In Franc. Town of'Starke 29. 22 Floyd Green T.S1 Picnic HAMS lb. .
I EH of Lor 9 of Block 1.1.nf 47c Smoked HaddockFILLETS
+ You are required onMiiy
'; "'" 21. 1(48, In th*tbO.m* .
Jt\\ Court and wharvln plaintiff of Stnrke 29 8 22 R. A. Green 39(1 lb. -
causa I Lot. :*-4 nf Block 1, of -

? iioeka divorce Bradford County Shoulder of LAMB lb.
./. D Jon... Add. t <. 49C
TnlricraBh shall publish this Ord.r
1 In next four w"'*kly lean.n.Wltneaa Town of Htarke 28 8 23 R. A. Green 33.45 Fresh Fish
j. hand and official Is. 7H Ft. of Lot 8 .

,... seal 17. IS4S.at Htarke.- my Florida thin April I Lot Plork 8 II.PI....and S 9 Land Ft., W.of Herman's Weiners, lb. 49C Dail

of of :
sumo to Street
... ,
A. CI.rk of said Court.T. I V. jones Add. to
Frank I.midruin Stark, Fla. Town. of Stnrke 28 < 22 Henry Manass .. II.19 .
I Qn. Lot on 'V. Slide nf .
Atty. for rif. 4-S S4t 6-14 ". Canning Aids
Walnut St.. betweenVlorka &.
IN cmrriT COURT. BRADFORD I .A'Att. D. of N., .
; ,'.KRY.Rob.rta. of Kta.rk 28 t 23 R. A. Or...,, 40.5.1 I FRUIT
Jon. Brunawlck. Plaintiff Lots 3-11 and S. t Ft. of .. JARS (doz) .
1t v.. Frank Hrunawlck Defendant. Lot 4 of Hlock 14. ot ,
t Cane No. 040ORDER LIvlnirston.Trubv. ('0'. MOTOR OIL Qt. 88c Pt. 74c
': OP PUPtlCATION Add. to Town of 8tarke. 28 8 22 Floyd Green 0 27.27 _
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 5 or Block II. of Livinpl..ton.Truhy ,
STATE OF FI.ORIOA to Frank A C o a.Ailcl. t
Ilriinawlck whoae realdence I. un. to Town of Stark. 28 8 22 Jim,Wai Is 1.70 23c
Lot. 1-' of ninrk I II. qt.
It's Fact known. .
a .,
Llvlnvston-Trtiby A JELL '
You are required to appear on 12c'SULTANA
Mar 17. 194*. In the above named Co. Suh.nirlnlon It. 22 Carrie Turner 3.811
Clean Clothe. Last LongerTo I Lot 1 ?! of '
Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff '.lv n.:7: : : I
..**.k. divorce. Bradford County y A ,
Telegraph shall publish this Order Co. ""b.Dlvltol<>n. 28 8 23 Homer William 8.U

get maximum wear out of your clothes In ni .J four my weekly hand laauea.Wltneae and. official IW.Block 40 Ft 27 of of LI Lot.'2 t..of. I White HotiMFruit .

let us dry clean them regularly. Our nrl. at Starke. Florida this April I Truby A Co. Sub-Dlv|
14. 194*. alum j* 1 22 Ida lilac Sherman 185 I I PECTIN 13c \

thorough yet gentle cleaning restores t h p (Aa OFFICIAL Clerk nf SEAL said Court) A. 3. Thorn Wiio 27. of nf Lot J.1..ln..tnn.Trllby,.4 of Rlock Apple BUTTER

original, Our service Is fast ourworkdependable Z.ch 1C. Dourlaa. 1* Weat. AlhUy9t A ('0.. 8ub-nivlslon. 38. 22 John fllocum I.U I .
newness. .. Jarklonvllle,, Fla.Attr.for 1.0'''' :* .' of.'nWtr .jo. of .' 1 lb. 12 oz. -- -'.

; and' our'prices, are reason Plf. 4.1640'i 5-iT I' LlnTiMrnn-Trubv Hnb-DPv1.ht"... A Co.u 8' 12 Willie Robert* aI : a.u I I I .I; 5 Ibs. SUGAR 43c

IV CIRCI'IT COl'HT. RRADFORn Lots 2 and R. J Ft. of 19cWarwick* -
able. Call us at 13.5. today. OOI'NTIC. FLORIDA IN CHANs..f'cl. I I LlYlna-ston-Tr, 11 b y ;, A
.: Morris. Plaintiff .... Roy I Co Hub-Dlirleion 18. 23 lola Little 7.11
nilbvrt Morris. Defendant. Case I Lots 3.4 of Til.ick 40, of
PHONE 135 No. 4401. LIvlnsrston-T' rub y .' I lb. Parra fin
ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( 0. Huh-Dlrlslon, II' 23 Lllll A Lonnl Jackson 3.65 18c
I Lot .1 of Block" 4.. of
ROBT. 315 1.lvln..tnn.T b y Assorted

Co. Suh-Lllvl.lon.' IS 8 22 T./. Alderman 1.44

GREEN TempleAre. Arthritis Pain I I Pr nut 11th...cfl.St.St.,Ttlock of*Tempi W.ION.of WU Ad-of .. CHOCOLATE A &! FOOD STO

Owner r. <\UU*. **u hifuUyM.fatot help toe I N.dlllon' 41 Ft.to Stark.of Lot- 2 of U' 23 Tax Certificate 1.15 1 lb. box

=aa4 ..'...e St.:::.:: -AtbttiuaI17 VY Block 17. of Tempi OWNED OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATTIC -\:

..-: .;r'-la.... ...... Lot Addition 2 of to Rlock Bt.rk If.., CfLIVlng.ton.Tr SS ( 23 Rosa Smith 14.01 39c
Marts aIl.laIlflg paiR ee JM eaa PACIFIC TEA CO.
b A
STARKE, FLA. eoeL Me and sleep m.r.rliity.. n y 300-302
0. .. iSt a* ra*.M today. ---. Cos. Sub-Division. 28 8 22 T W.CARL n"'n.OIl 1.U E. CALL ST. STARKE.I .
1)14) .atlafaeuaa*r neal7 MIla ,uszaateI.. .JOR: Tax Collector City of Stark.

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STARKE Dean of Theology Presbyterian ChurchJohn Monday night with Mrs. Beulah a new leader Mr. Andrews.The the book "now to Pray", wilt .- ,
FIRST BAPTIST ; Church News Harrel. president of the WMU building Committee of the be finished at that time. .
Be Heard '
Warren Kaufman, Minister among those present. The GAs Brooker Baptist Church) met Mrs. Earl Hill and Ray Gallop
J la Tile Heart of Town And la The Heart On Methodist Hour Morning Worship and Sermon have a new leader, Mrs. Andrews Monday night to formulate plans of Sante Fe visited Mr and Mrs s" 't!> ,f't;

of The People"A Baptist ChurchThe 11:00: o'clock, topic: "Blet>(\ngs. who will start teaching at the The WMU will meet at the homeof L. W. Barry Monday. ;*.1|, .<(1'i* ''. '.:
In Disguise". Jesus did not shirk next meeting. Some of the girls Mrs. L. W. Barry on Wednesday Mrs. Norman Rogers and son I''
Baptist Church For All People climax to the revival recently the usual efforts that labor exacts are almost ready to be promotedto May 19, at 3 p.m. All memo of Jacksonville are visiting rela- ;||t ;':i' .I
southern held at the First Baptist from him that would "make a maidens The RAs also have are asked to be present as Lives here thla week. -( i: '.,
Church will be a baptizing In the ?a living," But He did Invite all who -. .",-- ..,-,,,- .."..""",.. ,her-.S "" 'iYYWWWrWWY.WrUrWWIWIWYWWIIWIIY, '' '' '. ., "'" .. _.,,..... ...--, I 1 I' :.. r"k f; I 1.1HUMWWttWWHWIIWHimiMHUWiUWIUIUttWWIHUUUHUUIWWIIWIU J I'I
Training Union 6:4,1: : labor i i M i w"iw IMWI'mini mm'MHHIUI w*W I""WMYiY nu WWUW
9:45: lake this and are "heavy laden" to
School Sunday afternoon at 3 '
gunday Worship Evening!' Happy Hour P. M. Cars will leave the churchat find rest In Him. We know that IrWl"AD Type Moving& Hauling l !L .j.<
:Voralel\ 8:00 2.30: and all candidates are requested physical effort Is good for the ( ,I.'j I..
11:00 to meet at 2 p. m. Moving jody; it is also true that we grow "!4 ; ,' > ItIT
Picture will be taken at the spiritually when we exercise ourselves Worries Be Our Troubles I. '
Let Your Moving
"What Next 'r
Sturning Sermon in doing things that are Z' C r
"What Is Your: Hope" lake.This Christ-like. You will become IT\ CALL {; r''
tu'ulng Sermon Sunday morning the paa.tor's FOR PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE y
stronger and better able to meet :
With' Adult Atten.Unts Open For All Next?sermon" topic will be "What the rigors of life when you worship I v" I\ \ .1 1
Minery a most fitting subject

Sunday Services after the great revival Just closed to some God church In His on sanctuary.Sunday! Go : Billy Jackson Moving & Hauling Il! '
with the salvation of 38 souls and ; ,
Ultli The Visiting pa tor" School at 9:43: A. M.
\I.Jt The Church addition to the church of 62 mem Sunday : I .l. .
bers. The Sunday evening message Ei Eisl The Adult Class will meet in the : .
will be "What Is Your Church, under the leadership of I I Phone 165 I STARKE. FLA. [, Phone 49-W 1SSswsSSSsSsi I r i I Iam"o.ornilWdi 1r. 1- ;:

Hope?" C. M. Turn y, The classes for : .. .._ .. ,,, ,
'" '
children will meet In the Chapel.\ ,. .. ... .. .,,. ... ? n.." ,. ."I"uwlmmal' '.'wrrli"IwnrlunlY' Wn"uaumllmupnu.u''' r.mil-m'' 'm'"ml''ILIL.'nnl"'I' ''''' ... J. I
BUILDERS'SUPPLIES Sunday School for the past two r I'
STARKE Sundays has soared over 300 and Westminster Fellowship for 1 : .
A Complete Line of Builders Supplies all record for attendance have young people each Sunday even- politics ; i i

_. AoroHS From S.AJU Depot Delivery Sen Ice been broken for the eighth time log at ti o'clock. Come this Sun Crocker J *
nr w this year. Sunday School meet Dr. Wyatt Aiken Smart Associate day and help us plan for the roOS.\ \' 'f ::
I''at 9:45: with staff of 48 teacher Dean of tile Candler School meeting at Kingsley Lake. 1g .I
erwin.WiIliams Paints FaJrbankll-lUone and officers. Training Union of Theology, Emory University, fEO ; %. L 'r
paint! Vour, House Home Water Systems ;meet at 6:45 for discussion and will speak on "Ye Shall'Know The Christian Church \ \'I\\I\a\\, t \a\ t ;. \. ,1of I'r"t .
4n4 Fay by The Month -f Terms If DesiredMETAL program, training In church mem- Truth" on The Methodist Hour c-1".e\\M gatd n weeoft .. 0 0 t :,' ri l !,
| bershlp.I radio program Sunday morningat Blblle School 10 a. m. Qled lone the.\ t '
of yr drttneesa d\a""enen\8 \ Lsale, F i f l'
& COMPOSITION ROOFING I Midweek st'rvlcl'Y4.'dneMday at 8:30 o'clock.Dr. Morning Sermon "Tragedies tr ee \\ d0 depa.f "-'t\ I4C
Shingles Oi-en 4 Blue) Building lIarduard81'f' 8 p. mfl is led by the pastor witha Smart Is one of Metho- Sin", 11 a. m. l 0, t .f '
k.But"Ilhalt! Evening Sermon, 'Stumbling ., it ; a Ito
dism's scholars and .
testimony and Bible outstanding
i_ Cloth Common and Finish Nails A bes- period .k \,\\ \' .. t ti'i' i t'
Blocks Christian Progress" elon reR'
study. A cordial Invitation is ex- teachers and was one of the to n flS Yr j
to)* Siding Cement Mortar Mix tended to all to "visit the church featured speakers at the recent 7:30: p.m. thou saalahnptje: \1n"ert\or'a; bee S\ t t t' 1 1t
with the visiting pastor." "Ecumenical; Conference held In, TheVompn'lo Council meetsat < } een'eteolR, t.O n f..
Springfield! Mass.Methodist the home of Mrs. Albert Newman ae'a"I ,01\41. ,
'tiBER! All Grades | :MOLDING All Kinds ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALSunday for a social hour on May S t.55d \\.e\ ,' f I.I i I

: Church.School 10 a. m.:;; Church 20 at 3:30: p. m. All ladles are .a \l\t.en Pre to iNI IAA i-' r 1,.

BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS Morning Friday:Service Vestry 11 Meeting a. m. 7:45p. : Sunday, May 16, will be observed invited Young People's CYF meeting of tA0>bRtBtt nl r.uon\,1 .of wa aCaDe" :o en 0" / -1 ii.'S t .1 I.I In h.

m. as Whitsunday (Pentecost), 50 Friday 8 p. m. upon the_ A.\lIIal.el! : _.t.O._ftuon. .__ft.. ; ; It
Rev. S. W. Creasey days after Easter. Topic of the s t i''
.t1a Y
ST. EnW ARD'S ton I
morning sermon by the pastor CATHOLIC CHURCH ,.....c.e"" :;
Rev. W. J. Churchwell. wlU be t e rt 19.e t Hr t
Mass 10 a. m. .
"Ye Are Witnesses to TJiese; Sunday S '
Things", Luke 24:48.: The choir Sunday School 11 a. m. "A'B.SIl
YOIN'&m.mahec Week Mass 8:30: a. m.
has arranged appropriate music -Father Day John, O'Dowd, Pastor.Brooker Ii; :i r !;
Scatcf P NEW lxD1, +NavS1NAfD PROO6CT$ IN QC.... for this service and the public is
invited to worship. .
tttl N Topift of the evening service will 'aLLS'B 1\(;1\\"S 1l1 1 ::1 : ;, rt.O

HiSf. be "Christ in You, the Hope' of \\D OL I
\. :
y" Glory"" with music by the Young \ 11t.COIT 1111 Ir ;
People's Choir. By Helen Harry B t1 C I, lie', t,I''

1 e Church School meets at 10 a. m. Qgo COt\1\t\\1t. !! ,: I
i. with a class for every age. We I Mr. and Mm. J, R. Crews and 11\1.1. 0\11 10 t.lt.ISt. ; ''r I: \ I

1s 1 have an excellent corps of teachers. daughter, "Majorie Sue, of Jacksonville IO\\.Ct.S p 1.t.'S :. ;3; i : lea
were visiting Mr. and >n1
b. .
Young People meet at 7 p. m., Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. ,,,.r. I : :
.l __H r ___ Sunday. Mrs. Mike Tilghman and Mrs. dead opt thesA :s1 site. ;, : I'
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Is '" :
Hershell) Layfleld of GalnHville isso is 0" Wda
at 8 m. < the I"d I ,
p. visiting relatives here :w
Bible Story Hour at 2:30: and wore foil to co."tyl ; ; I. .1; I
Big Sale Days! May 13-14-15-17-18-19 3:30: Tuesday. Thursday. ..b' I" Y cn t our i i I
visited his wife
A. B. Surrency I" Y

6 6cores easier"NEW to FOODS"prepare to"NEW make HOUSEHOLD meals more PRODUCTS"attractive and to 6 At The Tabernacle week.Mr.near Galnsvllle a few days last w hey he5pet*"" :1. :i ir I I4ddS I.

make home-keeping a joy rather than a care! Visitors at the Tabernacle dur and Mrs Charles Hardy
and children of Starke visited .
the week Mr. and
'past were :
,, ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardey Sun i f
.w. .r + tw+rde. Y Ii., Mrs Roy Brubaker and'Mr. and '

of :______.___._.._____ ___ Ask at Mrs. Amos Bricker, all of Moody I day.Mrs.. Rufus Allen was a business .

Items Store for Bible Institute, who are touring I, vltltor to Starke Monday. ece ;: ;
the with the "Cathedral
&w country
Mr and Mrs. L. W Barry
Quality V t 4PageColor Caravan", giving their testimony! and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. '1 i I

Poods atw c and, spreading. the good news .0(1: C. C. D4.'es'ln Alachua' Sunday, tt II" : \
Mr. and Mrs. Elden Taylor of t. C
Price List'g and Mrs. Francis Georgia I I
Prices! visited relatives
1 1 Worthington Springs f"
of St. Petersburg Joined this here 1
group Saturday and Rev. Georgia Members Sunday.of the RA and, OA fl' !" I II'.J I I ,
brought a fine message to at the church "" 1'' ;
held their meeting -, ,J it
the young people at tne youtn r!

meeting The Sunday that night.morning servicewas :t: ; '

conducted by Gordon L. "" ,!' /
Purdy of Keystone Heights, who "'" J: I I'r
directed the singing, and his assistant "
Washersprices Harold Brooks of Dallas c l'i; '

g ch-betier of splendid Theological Christ"( message. Seminary,on ,"The brought Body a T:4A: M24/M t;-, 'I \: .!t'iaa.j4b I

I Special Mother's Day music ; j
.frtj. ;
walt given In observance of the t
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day. ', iIJ'I n..'. the ear .....'.' ., ,J ;I t trv

Much-lower Bible Story Hour liuplnd new word for "!. ..'. III I I
M M ."
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The Bible story hour, will have .btMvl -w modal. tlut'ib h t1. .
Its closing exercises at 3 p. m. j diaf .h. way into a aww t bl i I
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Tuesday, May 18. Both groups CoM. Era of procrwaami i .
will meet together. All childrenare *df aoaMOt[ 4; r .

OME SEE urged to be present wHen different I ''. i rI I
ones will have an oppor "' '
t i
tunity of expressing themselves alt :

THESE NEW AND DIFFERENT BENDIX WA'fSI to what the Bible Story Hour has I ,I j .
meant to them. This will be re- '- I

corded. .
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TheyVfe-ust} arrived in Many new features never seen
our store '
before they, can even put in their own soap! aOME CHURCH I

10th St. and Temple Ave. \'. u.Yi' I
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.j; Morn s \
R "
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells I I
SAVE AS MUCH AS '1201 tic welcome Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone '. r> ,oj

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asher for as much as $120 less than I POLlCV <. ".. '1 1I.

other automatics just a little more ,, itNl ,_ ...........-...... :

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VIII I -m. Y of a coil-cushioned; 1 ride. It' more than. just.the. simplicity; ; ,; 1 ,I. ''i''

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DI' tt It's the smash hit of the year' the big SUCCCH story of more than the breathtaking thrill of stepping down' 1 } i 6 ji k

19 W the car that !has all America singing its praue*! on the accelerator and feeling that urge of power .. f ; ',
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IlNDIX. Dt tuxs Family'sBest that massive Futuramie front end. .. those flowing Futur topped off with a goodly measure of pride at driving the .. i- Y'

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f IV ('IR.T COt'RT. BRADFORDrOINTl. IN: rinri'iT roi'MT. BHADPORDCOt'IMTY r N. ,J. Davis Clerk. Carl BrousThton I. mono L. O Johns.. Jr.. M. II(. Mat.. Court June I101 and cause 8. 1 n, wherein th e _,o ve plaintiff named ORDER OFI .. 1'l'I.! ....
'\ FHenda her of Dr. and Mrs.M. .I University. Jim la a grandson FLOHIUAl IN 4.IIAN-: FLORIDA IN CI1AN. 1C. :M. Wa..dln, and Berry Dynl. In- cltett atd C. No.E.: Adklna.e T..re'IYde Inspectors.PmlMt -., seeks. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph BTAThOTIC: 'ro"'X

: of Washington D. C., Mr. and Mrs. H. U Brownlee.. RulthHCook Staggers, Plaintiff vs.James CHHVJoseph .. epeeturo.Preel.rt. No. 6 ........ < Hall. Clerk R. L. Batten shall weekly publish Issues.. this Order ,. Reb"or "''LOItID41'JoIh
C. RUth D. Traylorr Plaintiff, Slbl.y. and D. J. Phillips, In nest four I.; Fulton Newie, a.y'
Detendant.ORDER Simmons Elbert
the Charles Utaggera. Mldred Naomi' Tucker Traylor, De- M. r.. Watterson Clerk Olen and official sealat
'''w will be intereited to know that Vote the Rite way Follow Case. No. K62 fendant. Case No. 6607 Li. Q. Johns. Jr.. M M. Mat. Jr.. Inspectors.Pr Witness mr hand You < &.
'' In crowd and vote for J. R. Kelly OF PUBLICATION chett. and C. E. Ad kins. Inspectors *<.Hrt turn. T New River I. _
rl 1 their son, Jim. who A FI.t'ndto AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PrerlBrt No. e TaerrsM Reddish Andr""' ... Clerk. E. L. 1948. In the eq,
June, has Just won a four-year for our Tax Collector. STATE OF FLORIDA to: James ANIr NOTICE TO APPEAR Clyde Hall. Clerk. R. U flatten, Kelly J. J. Moody, and Herbert ( """h.l'tI
: Paid for by friends). residence STATE OF FLORIDA tol I Mildred Elbert!: Sib ley. and D. J. Phillips, .. liradr.rt
:4 dtolarvhlp in George Washington AIL ( Charles Stagger whose Naomi Tucker Traylor, whose resilience Parrl.'h. Inspectors. A* Clerk
; 'r and address last known Is 12 Cedar Is unknown.You Jr.. Inspectors.Preelart i f rrrlnrto.. H Brooker Frank PUhli'b t Ih
.. ------..-.-..-..- ---- --.w..e.",.' St., Charleston. South Carolina. No. T +. New River ,<,. 8. Kelly Clerk N. O. Hayes T. Weekly' 1,1Ift.
---.- You are required to appear on are required to appear on Reddish Andrews. Clerk K.: U C. L. Adklnson. Z. W. Hamilton Atty. for 8549'e'y hand
June 14th 194H. In the above named May S4th, 1948 In the above named Kelly J. J. Moody and Herbert and R. H. Oreen. Jr., Iniipeetorii. yluil4M,
Commissioner Court and cause wherein. plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Parrlsh.. Inspectors.Prerlnrt Board ( I I
\ \Ve. the following candidates for County seekn. dlvorc Bradford County seeks divorce. Bradford County M. O. Harrell. Chairman IN ' )
No. ft Brookerr Commissioners CO! A
ot District 1 (Lawtey) who were defeated in the 1st Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish: "Issues.Witness this. Order ;Telegraph In next four. shall weekly publish Issues.this Ord..rWit" '. S.: Kelly, Clerk, N. O. Ilayes, Attest of: County A. J. Thomas Clerk It "F.n,' aid;!!.__Court. I
mv hand. and official seal ... my hand and official C. L. Adkumon. Z. W. Hamilton, (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Laurie \ Or
Primary H. Green, Jr., Inspectors Dorothy
seal at Htarke, Florida., this fist and R. '
of =
Stark' .Florida this 12th day
at of April 1948.OFFICIAL M. O. HarrellChairman Boardof IN oiRriir rot'IIT. BR 'DFOHICO ) Case No. .
May 11148.IUFFIl'IAL SEAT. A. J. ThomasAs ( HEAD A. J. Thomas, County CommissionersAttest 'I !'NTY. FLORIDll! '
Vote & Active SupportTo Clerk of said )Court. As Clerk of said Court. : A. J. Thomas, Clerk 1111 C'KltYCatherine 4.-1 I WARNING TO DOG OWNERS?
Pledge Our John J, Henderson Esq., St. Aueus.tine John J. Henderson E"'h St. Augus. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) It Nytsak !
Fla. tine, Fla. William Nytauk Defendant v.'j FLEAS HERlj 8t'\"
Atty. for Plf. B-14 4t 8-4 Atty. for. Plf. 4-28 4t '.U HANAUKHH AND 'n.RRKI Pill.Kit No. M4 I 00 THIS WORRY IUI
T. C. EDWARDS\ iv((''0'9eil'N TV. FLOHIUAl CHNMvrt'ice All persona usTttlnst having the estate claims of or Annie demands of County May ameeting Commissioners A. D. 148>> on the of Board Bradford of STATE. whose OF. FLORIDA residence to:and WllllnmlNytiak. all.dress Get I R-F DIP OR SISTRCSK: n.D Celt:

la unknown. |
Cllorla Hanhorn.. ..Ialntlff.V" Crawford deceased are hereby notified County. Florida appointed the following I (
the election to be held May 23, 1918& and recom Enrl J. Sunburn Defendant and required to file their. Clerks ana Inspector. for You are required to appear on
in Case No. 6351ORDER claims In the office of the 'ounty the Primary Elect Inn to be heldon
mend that give him your.ac.tive support and vote. OF PUBLICATION" Judas of Bradford County Florida. the 80th day of May A. H. 1948.
you AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In the county courthouse .at Starke.Florida Preelnet *o. 1 LawteyPan
I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Earl J. within eight calendar Harley, Clerk W. K. Caving.
innbnrn whose residence la un. months from the date of the first ton Arthur Pearce' r.. P. Kafune. 1 :
known. publication" of thin notice, or the end Bill IIr".n. Inspectors.Prrvlmt .
; (Signed) You are required. to appear on same will become void according N... a North In the above named to law. This April 20, 1948. 8r. U. L.
!June 14. 1948 F. M. Norman Clerk ,
O. J. Phillips Bill Lane .Court and cause, wherein plaintiff LACY S1L.COX Administrator of Ftenfroe. p:, C. Lewis.. Cent '1)hnmas. n ; B
J. P. Sullivan ..-ks d Iv..r..... Bradford! County the estate of Annie Crawford de- Wallace Holano and Ueo. Flynn,
ceaaed. 4-28 4t 5-14
Telegraph shall publish this Order Inspectors.t'rrrlnrt.
.. .
J In '..*tt four weekly Issues.Wltnesa No. :.1 South "tarke.T. '
Pol. Adv.
K (IM. J) my hand and official IN nnrriT rornT. BRADFORD E Brown, Clerk Arnold Orlf-
-------,-- ---y "ni ..> Htarke, Florida this May ('01'N'I'Y.' FLORIDAI IN CHAN tie V. a. St. John.. E.V.. Hayes, ,
IVI U. 1948. I IIOHV Inspectors PRICEBIG
.01"\I'IAt. REAL) A. J. Thomas Rose Fltir..rald. Plaintiff vs. I'rerlnrt No. 4 Krahans ,
A \. Clerk of iiald. Court. Thomas Fltsicerald, Defendant..John[N J. Davis Clerk furl Urnuwhton
Robert IT Dunrnn. 101T Lynch No. 6G08 H. M. Waadln. and Berry Pyal. In-
JacknonvUle, ria. .
Bldir, spectors.
ORDER OF puntacATioN
Atty. for Plf. II.U 4t 8-4 Prerlnet No. El HamptonM.
I. Wattersnn
; einee1lJII Ni STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr.
iv CIRCUIT roi'HT. nnnFonornrvTY. John Thunias. Fitzgerald whose
t F.HV FLOHinAi IN CHAN residence and address l 'Is.16th: % Drive Mrai ELECTJ. SALE Next Door KOCH'S DRUG SI
tvb ltoht'.tyi. Oy
I Dtirl Jones Warren. Plaintiff v. .. New .
(( ne TfJ Joseph D. Warren Defendant. Case You ale required to appear on R. KELLY

No. ORDER 11&0 OF PUBLICATION. Kay Court 24.and 1948 cause In. the whereinplaintiff above named ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF OFF AND lESSl

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce, custody & controlof ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph minor children and support for
Oeefr/e "IIewH1 n Warren whose residence la: 1409 plaintiff and children and pay all
costa of this ault. Bradford County
D. C.
Kay You 8E are Washington required to appear on Telegraph shall publish this Order $29.95: RADIOS, Now 19.95 $6.75 Bathroom Scale, Now ,
June 14. 1948 In the above nam..dCourt In next four weekly issue
and cause, wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and official

In seeks minor divorce child. Bradford and custody.County of Telegraph said seal 12. 1948.at btarke, Florida this April $17.50 Steam Irons, Now 8.95 LUGGAGE, 1-3 to 1.2 OFF

shall publish this Order In OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas,
e 4) Extra Isauea. As Clerk of said Court. d,(
-lerq. oven nest four weekly
Witness my hand and officialM ) ; T. Flank I.andrum. Starke. Fla. $11.95 Elec. Irons, Now 7.50 WATCHES ,& CLOCKS 1.3 OFF
Radiantub. 5-tp*.d until >a! .at Starke Florida, this MayOFFICIAL Atty. for Plf. 4-23 4t 8-14

12. 1948.! I IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD $12 Waffle Irons Now .
Th.rmz.r cooker ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas Toaster Now 15.95 .
*s Clerk of said Court: COUNTY. FLORIDA! IN' CHANCERY $19.95 Pop Up ,

SmokeUu type broiler Jnrksnnvlll Znrh H. DousTlas.. Fla. 33 W. Ashley St., Edward J. Cravedl Plaintiff, vs.Carmela $30 Liquidizers Now .

All-porcelain Intld and outMany Atty for Plf. 6-14 4t 8-4 Case: No. :[01:Cravedl Defendant. r $7.31: G. E. Coffee Maker

ifI other exclusive/ ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Complete With Burner Now 5.00 FOUNTAIN PENS (Well Km

I Frigidalre/ features Cravedl a resident of Norfolk
Virginia whose address Is 110 El- $17.50 ROASTER, Now '. 10.00

| M. C. WELLSElectrical grave You Avenue required Norfolk to Virginia.appear on'- $6.14 Thermos Jugs, Now |

ilf Your Frigidaire Dealer Since 1931 ContractingExpert May 4.e: 1148, In the above named t $11.95 Pressure Cooker, Now 8.00
Court and cause, wherein plalr.-
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County $1. STATIONERY, Now .
Tel.lrrap1.hall oubllsh this OrderIn
I : Range and next four weekly. Issues.WltneHa 20.21 HOT PLATE
Phone Temps my hand and official SHAVING CREAM ONE-THIRDJ
E. H. SMITH Water Heater Repair seal at Htarke Florida this 21st Two Burners, Now. . 13.00
IZO-J ft Tenth LICENSED BONDED of April. 148.
t (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas J. R. Kelly, the leading
50c Tooth Paste Now .
As Clerk of said Court. "
candidate for Tax Collector $9.93: HOT PLATE
Phone 199 John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augus
tine Fla. thanks his i many One .
St. for Plf. 4-23" Burner, Now -- ,- 6.00
4 + Temple it Pratt Atty. 8-14 friends. ./ S1.25: Shaving Lotion Now .

i When SUMMER HEAT Makes The Pavements I I Starke, Florida' IM< CIIIVl1l'P COURT BRADFORD 1. lie hall worked for the other

1t Stephen D. Regan Plaintiff vs.
Patricia Clara Ilegan Defendant. 2. He has prepared himself to

I You Can Enjoy Vacation-land Breezes In r Case. ORDER N... 634 OF, PUBLICATION be of service In the matter $1.25 Perculators, Now .85 $12.50 Shaving Brushes, Now .

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of County affairs. '
Your Own Home, With A STATE Of FLORIDA to: Sire 3. He desenes a promotion.

4 Patricia and Clara address. Regan Is.: 1186 whose Krvlng residence 4. He will ever be grateful for These Ar:. Only A Few of The Items On Sale. Come In

; Court Willow Village, IlIehl..an.JuJ.o' .
Dearborn: Evaporative CoolerA I are required to appear on your vote and support on
T. 1949. In the above named May Z3th. LOOK. Surplus Sale NOW ON,!
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce Bradford County 5. For Tax Collector tI
Telegraph shall publish this
In .next, tour weekly Issues. Order Vote for one:
a Witness my hand. and official'
seal at Starke, Florida, this Mar
5, 1948. ,1 J. R. Kelly I X Koch DrugStore
(OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas.Aa .
Clerk of said Court. I
fry Lucille C. I'onnev 1>. C. (Paid PoL Adv.)
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. ,I
- - - -- ---- -
Atty for Plf. 6-7, 4t 8-28
iv: cinrt'ir' COTRT. BRADFORDCO I
Lays M Wilder Plaintiff.. John.
nle M. Wilder 1 Defendant.. Case O4 C
M.: Wilder, whose lust. known street .. FLail'.'
and renlUtllre. address was 204-A
\ / Monitor StreetLiberty Homosrhttrlestnn .
I/TIRLI South Carolina. 0
I91.I PANT 1P TN, North Charleston, South Carolina"

MANSfASTUNIN faN tune T. 198. In the above named N
5.010, .e..er.. M Pen wherein .
Court and criiise, plaintiff
seeks. (divorce. Bradford County '
I Telegraph shall publish this OlderIn
MORE AIR DELIVERY next four weekly Isstios.Ultness COMMITTEES:
Sturdy Construction doubt sealed my hand and official, seal
bearings makes additional lubrication At Starke Florida this. May 5, TRANSPORTATION AND 'FLORIDA STATE SENATE .
unnecessary. 1941 TRAFFIC. CHAIRMAN' .'+.
SEAL) A. J. Thorna.
E.peclall3d.n..d. for quiet operation By Lucille C. Conner .O. <'. LA.OII ANJb INIUeTRY RAY V. WALDEN. CHAPLAIN
and longer service Oreen. & Oreon Starke., Fla. .
Attys. for Plf. 6-T 4t B-28 VICB CHAIRMAN'
,.r.., Proven by Its comparison to>> all MAY.tn9Re' "' r1I9lKe ......:(.. 'L PRISON AND CONVICT. .
,(fI, other fans In lent maintenance1 PRIMARY F.L"'rIOllI" : VICC CHAIRMAN
w /1"1 f'' "'" over years of service. %Y an. 1IMM 12thdey ; MISCELLANEOUS LCQISLATION
p. At a meeting held on the
l., 40:1 let Us !...W r.. this Ores fan of May A. D. 1948 the Roatr PUBLIC ROADS ,
\ of County Commissioners. of Bradford AND HIGHWAYS ,

Come In Today And See CHAS. C. following Countv.Clerks Florida and LrspeetorA appointed. the for FINANCl AND TAXATION ,
Cfl AC
95 the Primary Election to be held on STATS INSTITUTIONS
I ) 7.7D These. Amazing Cooler. the 2"h! day of May A. D 1 4S.Prrrlnrt JUDICIARY "C"TEMPfMANCK
>e. t I.Mnter '
SHEPHERDCourt Pan lIarl..,.. Clerk Wj.K. Coving.ton --
'. Insure Cool Comfiir& Quietly and Economically ",- Arthur Pearce, L: P. Rafuse Starke. Florida
and Rill Green, Inspectors.Prerlnrt .
N... a North stnrke
I 2 door* from R. K.On & Madison St*. F M. Norman 8r.. Clerk. I. 1,. ITo 4 May 14, 1948
II Renfroe, E C. Lewis Cecil Thomas.

l MADE GAS CO. East Call strt't't.i IIN \Vsllnc Innpectors.Prerlnrt Solitno. and Deo. Flynn. The Citizens of Bradford and Union County

1 V.. it Snath lsrke
The Firjt Name in Fan* Bradford and Union County, Florida
J. E. 111'0"f'1..rk, Arnold i tie V. S. St. John E.V., Hayes.
..- M- Inspectors. .
Dear Friends
------- Graham :
Precinct No. 4 -

;I 'GOVERNOR W.C.T.U.. I cannot find words enough to express my appreciation to my friends for

ELECT McCARTY I the splendid vote you gave me on May 4th.

{ It may be contrary to the! After all the votes .
were counted we were only short of
ten ((10) votes
laws. of nature, but wild oats
As' your gwernor. I would reader the be t- er and old rye produce the !same winning over both of my fine and outstanding opponents.By .

kind of cl,,,' .... vote
your you showed 1 that have
In building a greater you confidence in me and appreciate
Ice \sltliln my power M Religious Tetencope the things that I have done for my District
each and
-.7. Florida In the true ", t'tIcan pattern. I pledge one of you that I will never misplace that confidenceTand that I will every-

. ,, continue -
Y IWNWMWIN4NWLnWIL.IaIIWNWIMeRLNWNMWNYMWll11WNVOTE' to represent two ((2)) counties
twlf my
constructive and economical ad-. y' same the future as 'I have
1Itr.you a Hound 4 FOR In the past.

nilnUtration, based on a dependable common L. GRADY I I I want my friends to know that I have not had anything to do with anyone -

/1R. arnsm. understanding of the ,problems of Fl' >>r-" ..l'7r a race else's alone.I .race but my own and I will COntinue to run my race and my

Ida."T BURTONCandidate
.'. want to urge all( my friends that it will be necessary just

: o. For hard, or harder, in the 2nd Primary as we did in the 1st Primary. as

It7Jl I ATTORNEYGENERAL Again, thanking every man. woman and child for the splendid Vote even
because the vote I
me, received showed me the people I love appreciate
my efforts in their behalf, and with warmest
.4 personal regards, I remain,

FLORIDA'S GREAT FUTUREDemands 'NI Sincerely your friend

A Capable aad Experienced: .. s.. tb> <, .
and Tested Qualifications fl
Great w (J
Lawyer With An Oat tand. : Chart
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.. LEGISLATOR BUSINESSMAN CATTLEMAN laIC Record of Public Serv ,- \. -, i l J .

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Dan Bnalneaa Man : ,. '' ,
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Governor ::Want ,. World War I .

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