Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02960
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It 7 won.t With be long Colonel,now and Bradford that. refers to the ballot to ,; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ii'! ,: "

tl1 In the takes 2nd Primary place next as well Tuesday.as the time.remaining: before the

voting old Colonel hopes that everybody who visited the polls on

e again on May 25th. Don't leave the Job half done! (

will do so percent voter! Don't elect 'a man half way and then Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 1

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"* a leave him in the middle of the fight. Go all the way WULUMESEVENT! --.- ,;
If j.- .aq- a U voter. There are some mighty Important offices i -I.- STARKK FLORIliVtwiUAY. MAY 21.- ItMX NUMBER TIIIRTY-ONH f tI

nU'l this 2nd Primary and there Is no reason why the vote I ;' ''I I .

e In should not be just as heavy as It was on May 4th. First Car r- ------ -. '

25th) more thing! Let the Old Colonel caution you againstnute Big Vote LikelyIn I

done rumois propaganda. and plain-out untruths that are us- ;

I far and wide during the last few days of any campaign. Of Cucumbers L ,

rreall such charges eo late that the
IT printing person ,

IC 1 law against have time to answer them but unfortunatelly there 2 ,1 ;
does nut Primary "f+
against spreading them by word of mouth. The best rule Shipped ThursdayThe

II' you hear detrimental to the character of a .
everything -
I IIC0unt of the unless Two Separate ; .1 I i
during the final .days campaign your first car of cucumbers shipped :

tIPi..as. absolute proof of what ,he says. from Starke in almost two 1. Ballots Will Be '' '
............... decades rolled northward Thursday Lawtey Rally : I I'
Used Tuesday L'I
pleasant 'visit. With ,Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns and afternoon carrying 473 buHheln ,

Joy..d Mrt. ft C. T n Nettles at the"farm home of the former one Sun- of "cukes" for which farmers Friday NightA Although comparative quiet has !. f ':

and the conversation turned to the ordeal that folks were paid around 1500. ruled the local political scene .I\ ,

ernoon had with the unusually heavy plague of rattlesnakes It was. described as perhaps! since the first primary on May ft\ ,

'tW River remember some of those halr-mlsing glories the "first and last" car of the Second Primary political 4th. an undercurrent of campaign f \\J,'

og Maybe you Lee Lazenby In the New River & Long Bridge season, however, as dry weather rally will bt staged on the ship- activity has been stirring beneath I, \Ii

ted by Jessie has seriously cut production and ping platform at Liiwtey tonight the deceptive calm and there ta ,j

ette.yasY., the deal will probably peter out ( Friday) beginning' at 8 o'clock. enough interest In a few closely ;

f It made the Old Colonel .'recall an' Item recently pub-' some time J next week unless a O. J, Phillips Mayor of Lawtey contested races to attract another '

a County Agent over In West Florida tellIng how to rid a good rain comes. extends a cordial invitation to the throng of voters to' the polls* next I'. <
rambunctious\ reptiles. Maybe the New River folks alreadyhis Lack of rain Is also seriously public to attend and all candidates Tuesday. I

f Invented It) but I offer Itlit state anti county have been 1 I :'t
anyway curtailing other
system (or perhaps : Bradford County rLa1k invited It is not likely that the, mast 'I J ,
to speak "There is l
It', worth.ItMwmakes crops Including beans, peas, :I cost movement w11l.reach first prl-
or obligation and .
thla .Agent says hibernate In deep holes around squash and potatoes. be offered for sale," nothingwill mary proportions when. record .

land logs. In the Prtnfc" when the reptiles are getting ready Heavy shipments of corn are stated. Phillips breaking! total of 3,661 voters t' > I I

out of their homes.' you can hurry them up a. bit by push- expected to begin the last of this Loud speaking facilities are being visited the polls In Bradford Coun-' ', I j
C Into the hole. The week. Market R. B. ty but some observers estimate
saturated with gasoline gaso- Manager Work On ,
sack Begins Widening supplied through the courtesyof
otton make the snake or snakes crawl out of the hole Alvarez reports that Joe Parkerof Sen. Charley E. Johns. that close ,to 3,000 will turn out 't; i 1 t

ate will Elkt-on who buys the bulk of Alligator Creek ; for the grand finale of the IMS f, '>

five minutes. I the Bradford ,will arrive primaries. : <
crop on I
're's another Important point to remember. too. Be sure you the platform Friday to start 'op- A happy ending to months of trying rffoi was Sen. Johns Revises The second primary ballot only : ,! M'
for with the
shOtgun or some other suitable weapon dealing erations. reallretl here lust Saturday .. a State Roiul Department Speaking ItinerarySen. a fraction of the site of the Jumbo .; rj
ratUesnakes from .
when they emerge.. Seventeen came one Strawberries have also succumbed crew began the Important ,project of ticket used on May 4, will be used '1 '

.er In Walton County and that called for some mighty fast to the dry weather and volume wldt'nlnc'and clearing, Alligator Creek from a point Charley E. Johns has announced by voters to select a Presidential i I f > 't'(

by the farmer who smoked 'em out. has dwindled to around 100 crates east of Starke clear tli ough to Rowell Lake went $. a change in his speaking, Elector, a Governor..an Attorney ''t I! .

Johnses and the Moodles are mighty pleased over the talk per day. averaging $5 per crate. of here. In the picture above, an Interested group itinerary for this weekend. The General a State a! ..... .... a fls..*_ ,

!e rd road that might be built through their section of the The total production of berries of local citizen watch the beginning of'thlll vital .'. ., new schedule' Is as follows: I ILawtey if!, a ,Tax Coll.ctorae0;;';;t7 f:,

this season Is estimated at ,, political rally tonight Commissioner In two .
A nice hardIrough 13,078
Urne day and the Old Colonel heartily agrees. work as Mayor H. C. Wall congratulate Senator 4; districts and
crates for which have (Friday) a Justice of Peace. I
of the prettiest sec- growers received I II
there would open, up one farming Charley E. John* on the latter1* *ucre wful effort" ; "
$$112,848. Lake Butler, Saturday 2:30p. In addition to the I II I I
f' Bradford County. Cucumber production Urns far to Ret thin project under way at an early date .. w ? regular second I,
Johns bemoans the. fact that the rains kept him from Is Sen. Johns, assisted by F. J.< Shaw, .spent weeks of i primary ballot. voters will be 't"Iven
estimated at 1.000 for Starka;
bushels Saturday, 4 m. a miniature
also the river that he special primary :j ,
have kept so high :
hut a pea patch which growers have received approximately time and effort obtaining the! nerewany right-of- ,.C Sen. Johns has Invited his opponent election ballot for the '

atch a mess of fish, but outside of that he seems to be get- 1 I $2,582.50.Plantation : way deeds from property owner adjacent to the lJj k G.' Fred Andrews to speak pose of nominating a Justice pur'i of : I
Us Just fine. i iit I It creek.. It In believed that widening the creek to with him at the above times and the State Supreme Court. Since ; '
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-:... Theme 13 feet and clearing It of rubbish and undergrowth w places. there are three men in this race. .

Funeral TuesdayFor Carried Out In will relieve flood condition. In eat Starke following .1, 4. i Is likely that a second special 'r S j'It I

Softball practically every heavy raltt. t Funeral TuesdayFor primary election will have to be,
it k
It t .
T. H. Sheppard Jr.-Sr. BanquetThe \ held, and 'the date for this has I I
L. A. Rennolds '
been set by the Secretary of I r

'At Long Bridge annual Junior-Senior Banquet Clark Congratulates Johns Retired ConductorLee State for Friday. June 4. .

Saturdaylocal Twiggs Henry Sheppard; 54 was held Friday night, May The line-up on the two ticket 'j .
At Senator S. 1). Clark. Pnwitlent of ;
14 right
at 7:30: o'clock In the Wom ,
died at his home A. Rennolda, 70, retired to be used next Tuesday is'aa' '
suddenly near an's Club where a clever "Brad- the State Senate, Is shown congratulating Senator _ _ _ _ _ railroad conductor, died suddenly follow: f :
sports New River Monday morning following !- .
ford Plantation" theme John the latter' in the .first I
was carried on near-victory primary Sunday morning at his home In MOCUUl SECOND
a heart attack. He was
d on softbaH!\ this week with out In both the program and over his two opponent for the Benatonhlp Starke following a heart attack nUMABY TICKET i I
born in Otter Creek. Fla., Feb. 2, :
nouncement that a series 1894. decorations. from the 15th Wxtrict. He was born In Paris Tenn., FOB rBBMDENTIAl., KLKCTOB I t t", .

urday night games area The Shepparda moved to their' Serving the banquet were four- July 28, 1873, and came to Florida Uts.po.3. : '
teen members of the at the of ten with his father,; Vote for One '
the iited Sophomore "' -.4, age :
[ to be played on present home in 1938 from Ocoee t'I''
11 .
Class who' wore costumes representing Rev. Edwin Runnolds., a Baptist; LOUIS M. ANDERSEN: : ; ,
I BBS football field. P'lL. where In the Mr. Sheppard- business.was engaged He- those of old Southern 200 First And S ad Graders Will Air Mail Week minister and his mother Margar .[ A..L1l2.iJPa:. ... .....IWoiI<.."......" 1
groceryv < .
) i
orrow night 'at8 o'clockJ was employed as .stock man in the slaves. They ware, ": Peggvpe, : .. ,. '.. Is Observed Here' ,.cox. I Rennolds. ThV family ...aoVDNoa',.. "rJ..I; i. Lr,"
a! National Gard4n1Piaya. Jean- Parttei7ElttabethCrawford jr first went<< to Leesburg whore Mr Vote rforOmef -- I ::1

I i welt! practiced ""J" Stark* rdnance -department rat Camp Nancy Helntz, Jo Ann ,Dlnklns, Present This week tho Stark 'post of- Rennolds) spent his boyhood and DAN McVAIZTYFULLItR I if'I; '
few months
fola tewn.and admission IsL Blending and had recently Until a accepted a position rgo.- Marian McRae, Joyce Newsome t Gay Spring-Operetta Tonight"The fli'rt has Joined the nationwide young manhood. lie was marriedon : TV ARREN' I,I

In the Bradford HardwareCo. Gloria Norman Norma Jean otaervimce of Air Mall Week Jan. 12, 1898 to Miss Rrvlna FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL f; .

L Newcomb manager of the Dobbs, Robert Stefanelli Jimmy Trees' Secret", one of the------ .. marking the 30th anniversary of Johns of Starke and If he had Vote for One: 'i +'

oca-Cola Company stated Mr. Is survived C his 'Lee. Richard Crosby Eugene most colorful and beautiful entertainments air mall service which was Inaugurated lived they would have celebrated L. GRADY BURTON It II

Ihonl authorities and others widow,Sheppard Mrs. Kate Belle Sheppard by Meade and Roy Gruff is. ever to be presented by [ Kindergarten Class I, on May 13. 1918. their Golden Wedding Anniversarynext RICHARD W. (Dick) ERVIN j 1

lied In local Softball teams a teacher In the Starke School; The theme was carried out bya the school, will be given by the To Present ProgramAt "The first route ran between January. FOB STATE SENATOR :

'peratln to organize ad- two sons. Miles Henry Sheppard typical Southern menu served at first and( second grade pupils to- 'Washington D. C., and New York Mr Rrnnolds spent 38 years In Fifteenth. Senatottlal, District 'I, '

1 teams In Starke and make and Edwin Spencer Sheppard. tables decorated( with spring flow night (Friday) at 8 o'clock at PTA Meeting City, a distance of 218 miles," service with the railroad most of Vote for One: I r. I

Ie the playing facilities. and favors the USO -auditorium. Pofltmaster F. F. Stump stated the time with the Seaboard and G. FRED ANDREWS I
both of Gainesville; and one sister ers. May poles, unique Mrs. Martha Smith will presenther .
roflts above expenses from of miniature "Mothl'rNature" yenterday.. "This was the beginning retired seven years ago Duringone CHARLEY K. JOHNS I '
Mrs. P. J. Hudson of Crystal plantation lamps. The operetta, depicting In
kindergarten pupils a
cessions will be applied to Invocation by pro- of a service' which has grown four year period he served as FOB SHERIFF I
River. The was given In all her Spring glory,
'led of BHS gram and graduation exercisospreceding United States Marshall with head- Vote for One I
the : .
Funeral services were held Blanchard Law and the toast to will be enlivened by the costumesof the Parent- until today there Is no spot) on the I
II I field (located behind theI regular In Tampa. lie was alifelong T. C. (Clayton) CRAWFORDP.
directly quarters
afternoon at 4 o'clock In the Seniors was made by Kenneth the 200 youngsters In the cast, globe that Is not served either -
Tuesday Teachers aft.
I gridiron) for next year" mpeting.VednE'lday UnclenrR'H member of the Baptist D. (Pete) REDDISH 4
or Indlrectlly by
the Long Bridge Christian Church Grlder president of the Junior representing flowers, bees birds ernoon. May 26th at 3:30: PM, In
comb said. Church and wall an active workerIn FOB TAX COLLECTOR: 11"11' I
made Air Mail Service, the postmaster -
of which he was a member. Rev Class. The response was and trees. the recreation building of Brail-, and church affairs. Vote for One .
ball backers several continued. : I
expect Fred Dodd was ,officiating minis- by Bobby Frazer president of the The leading characters are as ford High School. J. R.
be organized within the the Surviving, besides his widow KELLY t I
ter. Senior Class. The toast to follows: "Air Mall has become a vital
The clans, named the "Happy two J. T. Rennold. GENE LONG (1'
ito Include three are brothers
may Superintendent and Trustees was In our postal establishment,
Lake I
Interment was in Crosby Simmons
King Winter Franklin Hearts School", hall a class mot- FOR COUNTY
teams and future Satur- of Knoxvllle Trnn., and T. H.Rennold COMMISHIONEBVIST.
under the direction of made by Drew Reddish\! and the an Instrument that has proved I I I
Cemetery to, "Let us love one another. and .
ght: sessions of Los Angeles, Calif., a 1
may be doubleKillingsworth response was by H. B. Crosby itself Invaluable and a service j
ts DeWItt C. Jones. member of the Board of Trustees.A Jack Frost Burge Searing share with one another". The 13 I which the people could not do sinter' Mrs. H. I>. Mathews of Vote for One:

Patten children who will graduate from Lake, (Kla., and a number of T. C. EDWARDS i I
toast to the principal and Snow Man George without," Mr. Stump pointed out. Lady
Starke Lions Swamp kindergarten to first grade will nieces. ant nephews, Including CARL PREVATT i iFOII
Mas ,
faculty of BHS was made by Snow Woman Dorothy "Buninei houses are employingAir
> be robed In wlilte! caps and gowns Johnsof COUNTY COMMISSION: : KB.DIMT. .
Hen'and: Mrs. Charley H. I
with the by Mall fucllltlcH ever
Julia on an
Doctors Inlet 292The Talbl response
|> Wednesday tersMiss and each carrying a rOMe bud the Starke. S I
Chas. S. Partin. increasing scale because thin remarkable ,
Spring Mary Agnes
class flower. They will receive a Vote for One: t
Starke Lions swamped a During the banquet an appropriate oervlcn requires no (Funeral services were held at 3 1 i
rlea Cooper Killingsworth."iI Matthews I little certificate in the form of a J. MAURICE EDWARDS ; '
Doctors Inlet Nine 29-2 at the' musical program was mother ..... Diana Smith. longer than a day to reach the o'clock Tuesday. afternoon In the
Sunday hUft Robin's diploma following the program. IRA WILSON I .
morning at local field Sunday afternoon.1 carried out, featuring a solo by Ritch most (distant point In the entire J First Hnptlst Church with Rev.L. 'I
Robins D. Eddl Hart- ,
Panama City following a Three Baby The Butterfly -' FOB JUSTICE OF PEACHDI.ST. ,
attackrvlvors. Loose fielding and( apparently no Henry Bennett and a quartette' Thomas Charlene nation," the postmaster said. I). humps officiating assistedby f
Green Betty mann 1
I '
batting order by the opposition medley sung by Jeannette Priest, i "As Postmaster or Staike, I Itev. I L. (I. Hvmlnxwuy. Interment ,
Vote I
Dennis. Peter Tree' Bob Smith for One: '
Family :
are his I
wife Mrs. accounted for the walk-away by Sharon Hall Helen Whitehead call upon the citizens of tho community wax In Crosby Lake Cemetery -
I Kelsey Killlngsworth\ of Two hundred first and second Shopping Song Bill Green, under the direction of D,- O. W. DURHAM .. I I '
the Lions. and Peggy Wlggtns. : to Join with me In observing
r, the supportingcast CLARENCE: F. ,. f tl
a City. three grade pupils are In Kay Hart RHODEN
daughters t Jake Keene was on the mound In addition to members of the Is the 30th Anniversary of Air Witt C. Jones. I
'I. H Dennis and Misses Included Mr. and the entire production Only Just Me -- Dave Long this week he concluded Active rail bearers were Carl SPECIAL!:
d I for the home team seves Innings two classes guests of Mrs. L. Mall during PRIMARY f \
and Willa under the direction Class Will Linda Sale I
Kllllngswprth when Buddy Bishop, lat baseman, and Mrs. Chas. S. Partin Mr. and A'I Johns. Kdwln: Torode, Orle Wig TICKET t ifL'tl

U mother Mrs. Catherine I tried his hand at pitching put- Mrs. Arthur McRae Mr. and Mrs. Canova. > 10 cent Song, "Graduation D a y' gins K. O Duncan L. A. Canova FOB JUSTICE OF THE t I
!!'Worth Admission will l
all of Starke. ting Jake in right field and Foster Shl Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hiatt Lee Burk&art 80 and J Kieeriiun Hi'glster." SUPREME COURT .:\ i
era1 1 20 cents. Clasn Poet, Kind i ergarten ,
services were held In Jimmy Godwin on first base for Steve Weldon. Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Vote for One:
prter Funeral Home at In- the remaining inning and'a half. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mary Katherine Wainwright Buried At Hope Scientific Research T. FRANK HOBSON

I" Wednesday afternoon at Manager Solano hit a home run Young, and members of the Miss Harriet RaymondDies Presentation 0 f Diplomas I W. MAY WALKER ,
iCCk.) Mrs. Martha T. Smith Funeral services for Lee Burk-: Must Be Speeded
Officiating ministers rest of the J. TOM WATSON ,
In the 7th while the faculty. In LuzonWord ,r:
_Rev. I* D. Haines of Starke Lions each chalked up 2 or 3 The banquet was closed with Following the program new officers hart, 80.-were held Friday In the Rotarians ToldThe .

|?v. Mitchell of Inverness. base hits apiece. the singing of "Auld Lang Sync"and haa been received here for the ensuing year will be Hope Baptist Church .at Thcresna, Two BHS Students

lent waa in the Inverness Doctors Inlet had more fans immediately afterward the of the recent death in Luzon of Installed with Mrs. Junius Smith. with Rev. Fred Dodd officiating. I great need for Government Are "
tel Those tak- In the church Delegates To !
} "StorkClub" President, In charge. Interment was "
follow them here than Starke fans group adjourned to the Miss Harriet 'Raymond daughter funds to be appropriated for fundamental

turned out. In the USO building which of the Rev. G. P. Raymond a ing president office are Mrs.Mrs. L.T. B.A. Harding Canova cemetery Wilson! Funeral under the Home direction, Lake of 1 I scientific research In the Orlando Conference t'; .

Next Sunday afternoon the was strikingly decorated in night former pastor of the Baptist I United States was pointed out In J '

Urn Lions will meet the Carpentersfrom club atmosphere. The ceiling Church of Starke.. vice-president. Mrs. R. P. Stub- City.Mr. a neerh at the Rotary Club Wednesday Miss Joyce Newsome and Char- ', I
Alexander Purcell Burkhart died at his home
dford canopiedIn bins secretary Dr. Ralph A. Morgan,, ley Cooley off Bradford HighSchool .
Jacksonville at the baseball over the dance floor was Raymond Is a half slater by ( f (
Miss and Mrs. Junius Smith May 13. after an extended .
treasurer Thursday
black and white crepe paper and director of the University of Florida were chosen by the Bradford ,t ,tt
IIi. l.Aites field In back of the school athletic of Paul Raymond of Starke Illness He was a nativeof
while silhouettes of storks and visited publicity. Experiment Station, Research County Children* Comm"I.I. tt!
3 M. having
field at P. known here
effec- Is well Indiana and moved to Floridain Mon to attend the Florida State 4"" .
placed Department.
were time
I dancing girls the ; "
I around the walls. Colored here frequently during Rites WednesdayFor 1910 and bad resided In Brad Dr. Morgan stated that unless Conference of Social Work at Or- 1 J
C doors will sOon be closed Mrs. E. T. Stewart spotlights added to the night club of her father's pastorate.Miss served In the ford County for the past five the program of research. U stepped lando on May 18. Two young peeft\ j I j
Raymond A. H. GarlandArthur years. He was a member of the will be pie from county in Florida '< '
"ord every
In this country we ll' Ii
all the classes, Buried At Dedan atm sphere. work of foreign missions in the Church. up
'1Vlng their Credit for the unusually effec- and spent retired Hope Baptist scientifically "bankrupt" within were asked to participate in a ;.p a 1,
usual end of the Philippines for 30 years j H. Garland. 62. Survivors are his widow Mr. .
:Mm.. Temperance Elizabeth decorations to the following Man-, 40 years.. lie briefly reviewed the panel discussion on Youth Cooperation .
goes ,
acUvIUI'tI. tive Bllibld Prison conductor, died suddenly '
In railroad 11 .
The four Burkhart two son
years Lulu ;
Freshman Martha in the and
T.Stewtn't working of the four great advances planning develop. ;
wife of Edmond members development J ,.
from Mrs. Smith' Homeroom Stewart. 64. at her committee of MIN tie, being released when American Tuesday morning at his home on Paul Burkhart Tallahassee and made In recent years. ment of community services I I.
died *
theirs at of Brooker. under the direction captured the town. South Thompson St. He was bornIn Terra Haute. i
Gold Head Branch troops Krmon Burkhart and through which they can make a I s
IS, after a of the (D.D.T., Penicillin ;
fl week. On the Ind.; and one daughter, out contribution.
and I. i
of Atomic ) pointed : I 1
native energy
n% for the short Illness. She was a Junior Class: Starke for the past year. His
day were boating Methodist Members SiSHler Miami. research in all The BradfordCounty Children ; '
the original
bithing Waldo where she resided until Idell Landrum Vivian McRae, wife is a sister of Mrs.\ Jennie i that I 1
and pcnickln&! shortly McCrlff Rodney of these fields was made In some commission composed of E. K. t' .
a day! she moved to Brooker Ruth Edwards, Pat Have Loyalty Supper Thornquest. I I Recent Births .t
Gene Ferryman, P. D). Reddish. S. E. ,
about 46 years Norman. her' European country. ,
*. after her marriage Hall. Euston In addition to his widow I.survived' \

a visit next day we were honored ago. She was a member of the, Kelly. Vernon Crosby, Frances: Artraftd' ':100 members of the by two daughters. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John Luther Ellxon. "We Americans are too practi" E.Sparks, Dr., A.: Y. Covington. ..1.I .
Dr. Drown. Mre. Bessie Burns. Mrs.
from two professors Christian Church of Graham. Marlene Rf9tb. ,Mary Church gatheredin and Mrs. Mildred Randall cal-minded for our own good I
Crosby. First Methodist Dorothy Ferryall Lake Butler, a son
111e to B.: K. Ferryman Mrs. J. M. Smith j'il,
University to her Lee English, Morgan stated. "We are prone
of Florida. Survivors. In addition Lou Alvare Minnie the recreation building Wednesday Duck, both of Nashua. N .
%tI!, HayS. ,and Mra. Grace asked
: of time unless Osborne was tj
It waste
authority Stewart. Hazen consider a
.ltzy on Inorganic husband are a son. Paul Emlline Kelly. Harvard night for the annual Loyalty H. and one son James) Garlandof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mack to
the of the school
lectured Immediate secure help
Mrs. Al- we can see practical
? on Florida's Gainesville: three sisters Van Priest. SammIe Kennedy. Dinner at which time pledges Exeter, N. H. Forehand Starke a eon William to '
faculty select teen
Involved. two
: agers
III nd metals: in the dls- Carrie Ingram. Starke; Mrs. GeOrgia ma Thomas Doris Moncrief. Mark- for the new Conference Tear were He was a member of the Baptist Roy. May 10. useof, the project from the Bradford SchooL

"'blch the d... took Harden.. Jacksonville; Mrs. lee Norman. Betty Ann Powell. signed.T. Church and a Mason beinga Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lle But we can no longer depend on High ,'
'rwarda do our expenses for the trip were ,
the atomic bomb Brooker; four broth- Mllllgan. Ann Wilt and chairman of the member of the Ancient York a the European countries to
YllcaUona Annie Lewis of Virginia H. Blade wellyn Francis Jr.. Starke fundamental research for u* -. paid by the Junior Woman's Club .
tier, In <* aistry and ers R. W. and Lewis Mills Miss Loule ByerLABSENTEE. church Finance Committee Lodge of Nashua. daughter Frances Gall May 11. bankrupt. and the Lion dub the County Commissioner '
.. discussed. The lee- Jacksonville: .1. N. Mill- Green sided-over the dinner. introducing Funeral services were held In Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor they are financially It
them- *, Rotary Club .and :
4 I i f Panted ho for all those Cove Springs, and H. K. MIUS. VOTING J_ Gary. Ennls of Tampa.. who the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wednesday Doctor's Inlet a daughter. Peggy selves.It Is all" they can do to feed Woman' Club. who will receive a ,

P "were taking chem- St. Augustine. U the deadlinefor spoke on the growth of the church afternoon at 2 o'clock with Annette. May 13. Introduced by report and first hand account of '
1IIca (Friday) Dr. Morgan was
or biology and service, were held Mon Today emphasizing that' Rev. L. O. Hemingway officiating. and Mrs. Robert William '
recent Mr.
Funeral the 2nd Pri In years the the .
voting In M. Ward who had chargeof I meeting from representatives.
tel'eted Roy
In c"ncMr. day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the absente be obtained at expansion necessitates. Increases J Interment was In Santa Fe Cemetery Moiley.\ Jr.. Lawtey. a daughter, .
may the for the day.
Interment Ballots | program
t.Ir wtrated glass blow- Brooker Baptist Church. with mary. Judge. in the church budget. near Hampton Marsh Diana. May 14. (

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== pursuits.! I I -.
'Keep Florida Green' Eight BHS Teachers Internal injuries in Shadycres I Buddy Davis Gets The award was announced by,i This Is to dr 10
TelegraphESTABLISHED Hospital as the result Of a collision J. Emlg.' head of the department Bradford the
Bradford County Elmer
Drive Being PushedIn ,Given Scholarships Monday morning betweenthe Achievement of Journalism.. The County thu Im I
1877 E. ... MATTHEWS. OWNM-EDITO This CountyA I For Summer Season motorcycle he was riding and' Journalism achievement cup la a gift,of Ralph race andna part In the
automobile driven C. J. not tporting In
an by M. Dillon, president of the Dillon tCandidate tN 1
k and Entered aa Second Powell local carpenter. The accident Information haa been received I candldatj
Every FridayMatter determined drive to organizethe
f'i'f Eight Bradford County !schoolteachers Investment Co., of St. Petersburg, In
t Office at Starke, Fla. occurred the Nlte Owl O. (Buddy) Davis, this !
Ctaa at the FootMEMBER public In the interest of rood have been awarded near here that H. making 'act.
it has
of town Route 200. and Mrs. W. N. North and this is the year any att.b1pt
forestry and fire control is being scholarships to attend the north on son of Mr. the vote 10
first Of
.. Initiated in Bradford qounty. GuyH. summer' .... lon of either of. the L. M. Gaines and :Miss Ann Wilt- of the State Farm and a student I been' awarded since the beginning ,me In the first those 'ho
\.. Wesley, Jacksonville, vice-prea- State's two. universities. received first aid treatment In la the University of FloridaSchool I lof World War II. j I II :wilting tD let the prtl1\'IJ\
.......... 92 Annually $1.10 For SU Month ident and membership chairmanof The scholarships were awardedat Shadycrest Hospital Monday night of Journalism AchievementCup has been I Davis will graduate from the this matter at the Peop
the Florida Forest and Park a May 14 meeting of the Brad. when Oalres's car part of a Mc- awarded the Dillon School of Journalism this spring. 2ith.: Pola!
Association has announced the'ap Carty for Governors motorcade In recognition of "outstanding
ford County Scholarship Committee the His writing Is familiar to readers j 1
polntment of J. K. Douglas of headed for a Jacksonville rally, scholarship, attitude toward etlOa
WARNING TO DOG OWNERS! Brooker as Chairman for this. I when which the teacher'was organized Lewis Summer in 1945 was sideswiped by a Buick just profession of Journalism, and of .the. Telegraph as he has been I North Florida-
north of Lawtey. The driver of to a part time reporter on this paper North h'llll4' e
County.A contribution
PLEAS TICKS AND LICK: ARE IIERK. SAVE: YOUR School Scholarship bill was. 'paused promise of future Florida (lor .
DOG THIS. 'WORRY meeting of the county chairmen in' the legislature.(\ the Buick, coming- from Jackson his state and society through for some time. and ELECT; FILLER mNr '
was held in Jacksonville on villa swerved out to avoid hitting \q
FitOh1 CA OVA PHARMACY Tuesday. April 27. at which time Those tea hera receiving the a farmer who was emergingonto
Gel: R-F DIP OR SISTKUNK FEED CO. I the membership drive was organized '. 973 scholarships for the .first the highway from a dirt
aummer session only Murial /
and plans made for a district R. Norman, Cleo Andrews Pearl road, and hit the Gaines car. GENERAL H ELECTRIC
t I banquet to be held at the George Cain Blanche Brown. Mattie N. Oalnes car was practically demollshed.
I I Washington Hotel in Jacksonville' Ellis, Ellen H. Law. Melva 'Gal but he and Miss Wilt U T M 4*

Floor Sanding & Finishing on June people 1. from One thousand northeast Interested Florida -- loway, and Essie L. Cro by. An escaped with minor cuts and *
y alternate list'of 14 teachers was bruises
are expected to attend the '
PAINTING banquet. chosen In case any of' the above .. ._ ........_____._._
4.. eight were unable to( take advan- e -
PAPER HANGING Douglas stated that"more people tage'of the scholarship. 'j .
In Bradford County are dependent The Scholarship Committee also "
INTERIOR DECORATING on the forest productfor picked a sub-committee, compoa-
their living than any other ed of Crace Osborne. Ola M. Per-
natural resource. If the future tins, and Harmon P, Morgan, to Y UATh.
of the county and a decent livingfor select! a grqup- of teachers to at- tOR 57-
Its citizens are to be assured tend I,thq second summer session.Thla DO E
i the and of ,
protection management Hat will be published at a -
timber lands In the county must later. date. '
be brought about promptly., As provided by State law the THANKLESS KITCHEN TASKS

lie stated that he had been 12 member Scholarship Committee new IAU DOME |2Uca
41 designated to organize a local Is composed of County Superintendent metal) HO It ailml la via and
group in Bradford County .the Arthur R. McRae General ivrait la nab fill any Moon
STARKE FLA. purpose! of which will,,be to assist Superintendent of Schools |ar. Ta tell nol
In keeping!' Florida green, securingfire Jessie, L. Young, Director of Instruction pr.ii dama-If p-1 "' .
law enforcement, assisting In Foster Shi Smith and down |ar fi \
forestry educational work and enlisting the principals of all. ,Bradford uol.di f 1
t.tl 1j public Interest generally County schools.Three <<' rraiiT iN;
.c..aN.NYN..eYnwwuumlulalallnwwulwluoupuawauwumulWNw' ,'' '''' '' : 'woslwuu' '"' '" IJIIW"IIIIII"IIIW1"IIII1W1UIIII'IIJIIIII1I11"'Ullllllllln'" "' in forestry and park matters ... ash J
LADIES' DAY! LADIES' DAY! William F. Jacobs of Tallahassee Auto Accidents .
4 i former assistant
.l ; state forester In Past Week
and now executive secretary of @ BAIL ZINC I
the Florida Forest and Park Victor Lamb of Starke receiveda CAPS andRubber

J! 1 i BASEBALL! Association will 'assist Douglas In! last broken Saturday nose -evening and fractured when ribs the hava been fovorltei for ..Ping.,.. 4w

: planning his. local campaign. automobile ,he waa driving was liani. Th.y awl! all Maian IOM.Eaiy .. f
"truck by a bus belonging to the la vial
First Baptist Church and driven -
1' FULLER WARREN for Governor by W. B. Lawson. The accident .
STARKE, LIONS Headquarters! i TempleAve occurred about a mil out on the .' U.I ,.,, ,.. tdd 'I;,. AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER DISPOSAL*
U 1 .VS.CARPENTERS 4t Pratt St.. welcome a visit Keystone Heights road as Lamb ,,,,:::..- -.. .. y-.
if1 front all of. hilt friends. G.' J. was driving onto the" highway ......... .. WASHES ALL THE DfSMC DISPa Of GARYAGLI

i .(Jacksonville; ) McGrlff. from a dirt'' road leading to his 'jplR4 COMPANY ELECTRICALLY ..
}; I home. Lawson was unhurt, and I,
Mu. .
the bus was not badly damaged. :1Jt6CII.
l{f Herbert C. Crews .of Lawtey s c 1bL. ,
1111111 waa treated for a broken leg and lli. Think of Jet! No mort in
.1';' At Starke Ball Park (Behind BHS)' cold hours spent washing distal

FREE T I T imsefMSStnlvFAST dishwasher in the C-E)!
't Adm. lOc & 25c LADIES !

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.Ii Anv Type Moving' & Hauling SHERIFFOF modem war removes-right food dowa rata i j

t '' Bradford County drain and out of the bout
i f Let Your Dfoving' Worries Be Our Troubles. r, For the wondeiful vote and . .Na..aw..ae.oa

support given me In the
First Primary I am deeply
grateful and urge my G. J. McGRIFF
, t' :' Jacboti l Mends) and supporters to 199
Billy Moving & Hauling '
r > : j' stand<< pat and not listen to
any last-minute propaganda WE SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL -

Phone 165 STARKE,.FLA. ... I[ Phone 49-W | I Y that might be put out In an
: 4 j I effort tq away your loyalty. Corner Temple & Pratt Street
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"... Your, votes made me high
man In the First I'rlmaiy
and I repeat my proniUe to
you that If elected I will

Your' Vote and Active Support Civil County the a people fair Impartial of Bradford, and

I lawful administration of the FEELING REFRESHEDIS
Sheriffs office.
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"- one about a new and lovable char CARD OF THANKS beloved husband. and brother, E. *'-.-----------__--" y- I : ,
Pine actor Bongo a bear and ,the L Bruner God bless < I.. I II.
LevelBy 1
W. Durham other a beanstalk. We take this opportunity to May] youpress t
..elect G. adventure with exall.,. Mrs. E. L. Bruner W. H.tule t : !
Mickey Donald and Pluto doing our deepest heartfelt gratl-! U I' ;
Mrs. II. E. C. Bruner.
M. McRae Bruw'
a ort of to( all oUr many friends for!' ,' i. ,
OF PEACE, DIST. ONE . . the tf '
help and 11I 11\
Next Tuesday the Park will sympathy extended' Why not vote for Fuller Warto MY SINCERE THANKS !\ :; ;,;
us .
during .
This community was shocked present three top-night players our bereavement fol- r -n. our nl chb ik for Governor
He has rendered
iced and Qualified.service and will continue fair to do imI1 Monday morning to hear of the I Gene Tlerney. Rex Harrison and lowing the accidental death lit our,, -((1SU.I political ad by friends). { : ''i.:
d honest so sudden illness of Alton Dobbs who George Sanders in "The Ghost and TO THE FLORIDA VOTERS :
ltd.i. seemed so well Sunday evening at Mrs. Muir". ,
the church services. He was rushed Next : T 1"
Wednesday and
.(our vote and support will be appreciated to a hospital In Palatka about a double feature bill of Thursday unusual Come In And See Our Line New .f }\ t I'I/ .

(Paid for by friends) 3 o'clock Monday morning. We Interest will combine "Honey- I wish to take this opportunity of expressing i I ;; i I:' ? f t '
are glad to hear that be is im moon", with Shirley Temple. Fran- ;I t' \\ '
proving.We chot Tone, and Guy Madison, with BICYCLES | V
I my appreciation to the voters of Bradford r t ;,
were glad to have with us "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim", J, t I

at Rev., the Lf: Sunday A. Shepherd evening chaplain service of starring Haymen. Betty Grable and Dick Now on display>> at our store I County for their support in returnIng me tr .. !r. pPI', t: '
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the State Prison and his good
wife; also the visitors from Starke CARD OF THANKSWe l the office of State Comptroller for a full four i : ;:' t ,, I
and elsewhere. wish to thank our many j.
Mrs.' W.- E., Hall is spending a kind friends and neighbors for ... ., ere BICYCLE REPAIRS year term. tf ,I :1:.I"" I

few days with her daughter, Mrs their assistance and comforting .
J. E. Murrhee who returned to words during the recent illness : I '
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her home at Hllllard last Thursday and death of our dear wife and ,. '''it ? }j. ii

I ed from the Glendale Hospital in mother. We are most grateful for : ": i'
fk Palatka. the flowers given In her memory BIGGS & BAKER C. M. GAY Comptroller H l :" ;
and .
to Rev. W. J. Churchwell j j0 i
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Mr; and Mrs A. J. Fender and who '
visited her and held prayer 105 W. Call St. I ,' ,
children were recent visitors of with her Starke, Fla..fee 11 ,
every day. Vance Russ I
Mra. Fenders parents Mr. and ,
and children' ------- 'R t
Mra. R. U. Batten at Theressa. u_ -- .._-__ -__-. w. '.--__--s ----' ,-.. -----... -- -- ----- ti & 'II'':
Miss.Gwendolyn McRae was the I'' '
dinner guest of Miss Lois Osteenat I f. '1r,1'.
Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. I It f"", I

and Mrs. Owen McRae and '. ,- I.
son. Harley, were recent guests of Ii. 1'"I. '
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Mrs. McRae's parents, Mr. and '. I >to" t ti
Mrs. N. A. Conner of Midway. : \' .
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Those whn enjoyed the fish fry 1
at the Sampson. Lake canal last i '

Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. K. C. .. J" I 11 : I .
Sapp and. children, Mrs. T. N. f ,
Norman and sun, Gerald, all of \ : q ", I
.t A /41'881. Hoilbronn Springs, Mr. and Mrs tl 'J''1,1 .t .
Damey Eggars and son Johnnie, Mitt MittY'i { '*. 01
of Jacksonville\ Mr. and Mrs. A. .. ,'. *1 i II tI i : '" I
J. Fender and family Mr. and : '. '4'j 1 1El 1I a''
) I ..y .. .. :. I .
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/ Mrs. B. M. McRae and family, ,' 1
i Mrs. J. W. McRae and >sons> and ( ;' ::1.
H. M. McRae. .,"r! ., Jj i! .I. ft I
D DEODORANT !f. '. kl, I t "
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Robert .
sid.fl' and Mr and Mrs.Kathie were Myrick visit- j ,, ,, .
daughter. ''' '
penpiratloa odor : I ''I I.
..b penpiradoa.(Mirebyerduting ing Mr. Myrlck's mother Mrs. ,...."; .1 .''{' ; ,;t"I .r 'Ii,i ,
Susie Myrick, at Lake Geneva f1< 'I {., .t. .
) pralectlo ,
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SOP Sunday.Mr. : ,. ,
skin aDd clothing 1'i' .
I I. and Mrs. Robert Taylor t -
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fortuity I
JGU of Lake hd
and daughter Charlene. ,
p wu y-smooth> ia UM)jif] City spent Saturday night and t ,: I,

wonderful,! deodorant Sunday with Mrs. Taylor's parents lw ry s S J'yJl 'r,.; h"yn
wd! Cd Torn now at rat A Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc ,,; f';' .J I I
Ld nun jut for Id* KM tllUTUTIM1 Rae. '... .: ;t'r' r
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By Mrs. John McKinney ,./ ', .1 j I IJ'

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Mrs. P. M. Griffin who Is employed .. J. : j jr I II
I at the farm Colony 1 t: :1 I I
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J Gainesville spent the weekend I < :
I here with her husband .'..' w
L. Starling of Gainesville spent .... ,..r '' I'
To You. Mr. and Mra.. Florida CitizenA .1, t j
i the weekend with his tnoUier Mrs. '' I
Kate Starling. ., '.;;t' : l ,< : I'It

CORDIAL INVITATION ,I was Duddy the d'juticr'! Hluts guest of of Jackaonvlll hla sister, :- \ : t i'I; \ t: Ii,

I : Mrs. P;. u.: : Starling Sunday. His t *,,''' (! '1\ I
attend the iHct I Mr. Lizzie Hines, return- V ".: .. '.t.',;.'" .,.' I I l'' I \\1 i iW
1 home I \
F with him to spend about : I : '.... I t ,I ,!
KEEP FLORIDA GREEN Meetin, ; twO weeks. r :.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney .. ....... ''
." I and Mr L. D. Graham of t I ,
George Washington Hotel, Jacksonville Holly Hill spent last week with f ". ''f),
i Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. (t '. ''I

Tuesday, June 1 ; Mrs. Frank Abernathy seem.. ..... ,
to be improving some this w ek. ,
I 1 "" t '
and Mrs. Jake Starling of : J .
*Ding Session 2 P. M. Banquet' : 7:30: P. M. I Clearwater Mr. nave built a small cot- .:.f' J'> : I '
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.' I, tage on/ the farm which theybought 'I f I .
from D. D. Johnson a few .
as the GUEST. the I months ago and moved In lu .,1" I week. We welcome them to our ;j ,

X I New Disney Film r*I | :
'I .
jf Features BergenAt REGRET :

Rayonier ;nc. I I Park SundayEdgar >[i i

National Container Corp. '
Dlanah Shore 1
I Bergen and" .. i .
Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp. I Join lorces Walt with Disney the popular charactersIn Imaginary i iI I ii I

"Fun and Fancy Free". show- ;' r.: It. i .
ntact Ing at the Park Theatre Sunday \ .' '. I I
YowCounty Membership Chairman j
and Monday. 'd' .

J. K. DOUGLAS This for film the young will have' ters because great appeal of)- ,.'. ........ .. i : : :: [ I ::; .,,,;:' ". I.,' !! ,' ;
of their .
the favorite appearance characters of many 1 In cl uding ...,.:":. ',<, ': :' :; 'c. ." > J i iJ I,

Brooker Mickey Mouse Donald Duck, and : :"r'v. : ,,' : : : i
Jimmlny Cricket. Adults, as wl If. J
as the young folks. will be pl..asl'dwith r 1.. ;
the several songs! sung by' ," I

Dinah Shore, and the appearanceof .- \ :,
with his two aides,
". w ,I..;
Charley McCarthy and Mortimer ,

: Snerd.There are two story themes. ..";.. 1. I

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.i High Priced Clothing Is still with us. l
That',1, why it's wise and sensible to #

apreserve'I Expert dry your cleaning pre c gives ious your wardrobe.suits :) :

% and coats that brand new look, as against Windstorm is He Is Qualified Worthy trr; i !,

I appearance-reviving well as:' longer life, .u because s e -prolonging'tecbni.que. of our Insurance to pay for ;"a

the. demise K cawes.Charley _
IFo fgetidoUble-duty from, .1
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== The honoree was the recipientof r ration a 100 percent attendance
SOCIETYand] CLUBS May BreakfastIs Party Given a beautiful piece of lingerie'score as required by the State.

I' Colorful Event i For Miss DemorestThe from her hostesses.Executive .,, .Mrs. Junius, South, president,

;, Phone office Z9 Gladys Killtor: Mooty:! iu:rhoDe id-39 At ,Woman's Club home of the Herbert BoardOfPTAToMeet board urgently members requests of all the executive present ek7/ceiIe/Ycw
Rltch's on Kingsley Lake was
be -
to present
Climaxing the 1047-48 larcia term and ensuing year
of the Starke Woman' beautifully decorated with green- ,at this Joint meeting.
Birthday Dinner Young-St. John Club season the annual May Breakfast ery and spring flowers last Tues I I
waa of Mrs. Tom Sladeon
day evening honoring; Miss Ona The home 1Nt'r8 4Ucrecfrrc'
I For H. A. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. St. held at the club house members Wednesday .- Demorest, a graduate In the High Kingsley Lake will be the set-
12, for the ;
John announce the marriage of May School ,Class ,of 48. ting for the covered dish supper EXPERTct"dio ? '
H. A. Bishop waa the honored their daughter, Eleanor, to Theo- and their house guests. Ten of Miss Demorest's friends and four-hour meeting of the new ( ,'e'a
guest at a dinner party Tuesday dore Rosa Young, son of Mrs. The banquet tables were arranged enjoyed the. lovely swim-supper and old executive board membersof
I noon at the home of hla son-in- Jeannette Young and the late in a V shape with the party. After refreshments, served the Parent-Teachers Association. -'
_jl.It{ law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hubbell Young, which was speaker's table in the center. The by the hontesses, Mrs. Ritch and The meeting will be held wHn
W. C. Powell at Klnffsley Lake In May 14, tables held arrangements of spring
,. solemnized Friday night Mrs. Ethel Biggs, bingo was play this coming Monday evening from
celebration of his sixty-first birth- o'clock in the Methodist flowers] in varied colors with miniature : O
at 9
ed at which humorous e Exfra
prizes were four until eight o'clock, the four r -lar
", day anniversary. Church at Folkston, Ga., Dr. Gil- May poles from which drap fle oven
The home was gayly decorated bert officiating. ed streamers of pink and white. given.. hours required to give the associ- Rodionhb S.speed(|()
with arrangements of gardenias The'' candle-light service was Place cards, marking the individ a Thermizer
.' and flowers of the season. I beautiful In its simplicity and ual covers, further carried out the ELECT ( cooker
a Helping Mr. Bishop celebratethe dignity. "The bride's slater, Miss Spring motif. The doorways and 3 jjgtSERVICE e Smokeless type broil,,

k r ) Bishop occasion, Mr. were and Mrs Miss, H.Nina A. I Alice tendent.St. John The groom was her was only attended at-- lace stage were network decorated made''' with of paler-white j Judge W. May Walker;;. All-porcelain inside/ and,,,,,

BBhop, Jr., ;Mrs. Bishop( and J. M. Godwin of Starke. mache, interspersed with' flowers Many other exclusive
Cleveland of LeegburgLadies -, by Henry in shades of pink and orchid. The p, errrr ----- Chas. C. Frigtdaire features
Attending the wedding ceremonywere stage was, decorated with a terrace j
"" I bride's parents and .,. ShepherdAt
n' 'X the of grass palms and decanters "
Your Dealer
Auxiliary} room'. mother.Immediately of mixed lowers which formed ?ae Service Station rc Frigidaire Since 1931
[{ J'J Gay's
The Ladles Auxiliary of the following tho ceremony a'hedge Atone side was a
Church will beautiful "preadlndogwood/ tree FHr
Presbyterian wedding dinner Mr. '
Mrs. R. P. and with dainty pink flowers on the Phone Temple
meet at the home
and Mrs. Young loft for Texas on delightful E' I. SMITH
!1 at 8 graceful boughs creating a
,1 Stubbins Tuesday evening tt LET THERE 120-J I *: Tenth
fl'" .o'clock. their honeymoon. "I, background for the pro. J rj I

.\ 1! _. .-.-...-- .- -..-. .-.. --- -. gram., t 4 BE NO DOUBT!
Acting ,as Junior hostesses' iireceiving
\ Men's ClothingI IiI IiInY \! the guests were Misses' j"11 .. ;:
,'; 11111 II ALVAREZ STORE Established 1891 Idelle Landrum, Vivian McRae, I I
9 Janet Anderson and Anne Wilt Gene Long
I""d i The young ladles were dressed in I A Final \Word To The Voters
old-fashioned Colonial costumes In i :

nY! keeping with the theme "An 01.1 l ,'j .
IUi; Fashioned Southern Plantation", I) '

;: I DEALERS Also awiiitinK were Mrs.nn the R. P.Social Stubblns.Committee ,.i 0r / j Bradford County From P.D.Pefe(

Mrs. J. H. Kite, Mrs. R. A. Green '
SERVICE STATIONS Mrs. .M F. Brown Mrs. Junius li 1 .. I IF
Reddish' Candidate For
4 Smith, Mrs. C, H. Nasworthy., t; Sheriff,
Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb, Mrs. A. Z, T" 'I .
AND GARAGES Adklnft, Mrs. C. A. Knight and I I. Justice of The Supreme Court '"
Mrs. Edward Burns. I would like to warn all of you good people about list
1.! The invocation was given by
1' Mrs. W. J. Churchwell followed Fair Able And 1 Experienced I' Ing to last-minute' rumors that ,are usually circula!
r,: by a word of welcome to '
bers and their guests by Mrs.mem-R. : Be Sure To Vote For This Important Office On May 25 during the final days of any ,campaign. I ask thatyuseyout'

[Ir SERVICE To Your DOOR A. Green president Miss Lillian 'i' (Paid I'ol. Adv.) own good judgment and .not let such rum
Stump, president pf the Junior ,
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VVomans Club gave the response : reports! your. support.
At Dealer PncesI t.o the! welcome. An introduction 'Most EverythingTo [.
iJ.. of Mrs.past Green presidents, after which was! the given meetIng by- Build; Repair or Remodel a a P 11 I understand that one of':' the rumors now heinjtj

wall turned over to Mrs. J. W culated accuses me of,,being sympathetic with the"w
I Kincaid chairman of the Social BUILDERS .......... KKADVMIXCONCRKTE:
',11)) Committee interests' This repcrt is absolutely' unfounded and I

Spark Plugs, Fuel Mrs. Klncaiil presented Misses H '- C record clearly shows how I voted on the wet-dry I I>!
Trances Crosby"Mary Lou Alvarez Is Your Man for
t E i AC Pumps And All Other and Dorothy Lloyd who sang A --- -.----- -- 0 when the matter of a special election was before!

"Now Is The Hour" and "Four tgslJ N Board of County Commissioners. I votel "dry""and I Ia
A C Products Leaf Clover" accompanied by Alvin R Tax Collector
:;11 '. Lewis and his accordion with C father of seven sons I cannot see how I could doofl

Mrs. KIncald at the planFIr- D erwise.I .
11 ence Brown at the piano played Give new life* R .

t Maremont Mufflers & Tail Pipes and two "Old Rejections.Black Joe".Shepherd, Alvin Lewis Boy" W to 1001 things E IN APPRECIATION liE regret that it has been impossible for me to see

Grey Rock Fan Belts gave several accordion selections, AHASH T WILL GIVE YOU and every one of you during the campaign. Bull
J followed by Margaret Rose Dun- with .
du Pont Chemicals can who danced the Mazurka accompanied R E HONESTY sure that all of you understand that this is!! the "In

by, her mother, Mrs. SffCftMrfM-IVl&tMMS EFFICIENCY season" on the farm when it is absolutely necessarya
; K. G.,Duncan at the'p'ano.' .All the
1i:J Many..Other"Automotive '. Cl l. participating- the programgrre E ENAMELOID DAILY. SERVICEIn farmer-to! put in long hours every day. This.

: ;, Items. t'.r'. :\dre..ed' ''In' old-fashioned< ANDO B Your Tax Collector's Office .gether-withi, my duties as a County Commissioner,

y' "'- ,. ", .,.. ....t Colonial pastel' flowers poitumts:In with their garlandsof hair. Colorfall Applies easily 6 During the Next Four greatly limited the time that I could spend visiting Mi
" "" ," ........ D,, Dries quickly. L Years.
Seated at the speakers table you good people. However I know you unde:!!
Wears !
.( went Mrs. R. A, Green, retiring besutifully. .
We Appreciate Your Business president, the executive board and 0 AH a fanner HE KNOWS landvalues these circumstances and I want you to know that|

past. presidents. ; value your vote and support most highly even if I
Following the luncheon and
program Mr ; Herbert Ritch, past ANNISBUILDING At a lumberman lIE KNOWS not get to see you personally.
Farm. Homed president. Installed the new officers R bmtlnmtt administration;
for the ensuing year In an Please weigh these facts carefully before you go tot
Impressive ceremony, The new BUILDING SUPPLIES S' A. a veteran UK KNOWS the
!; polls next and I believe will give me J 1
'" officers are: President" Mrs Jun- INC. complex: problem of the vet- Tuesday you

; rrt: .: tus Smith: First Vice-President 10S6-1O48 \V. Main St. South p. O. Box t'ran.. vote and support on :May 25th.SINCERELY.
Mrs. Wnu R. Morse; Second Vice-
217 218 GAINESVILLE, FLA. 62 .
i President. Mrs. L. A. Canova: .
Auto Supply Third Viee-Preaident, Mrs. O. I* _h.yuwlw.. we_--._..._" "'.l'm"'ItIII"!' '!"I.I.-.m', '. '' '.. '.."''nn''mmnmin. .mnn." His obligation will be only to ,
Beaslrv Fourth Vice-President,, -- -- --- --- the VOTERS of BRADFORD

144 W. Call St. ,Phone 26 Starke, Fla. Mrs. Edward Bum, ; Secretary ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY COUNTY as a whole NOT to
Mrs. Ted Oaborne and Treasurer, any INDIVIDUALS or .CON RDPeteREDDISH( )
Mrs. W: H. Hart. CERNS.
Mrs R. A. Green was In charge ,AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR .
o of the decorating committee; re- I (Fd. 1>01. Adv.)
FRIDAY AND freshments were under'the super. I
vision of Mrs. R. A. Weeks, and
SPECIAL Mrs.! J. M. Hembree headed' the, '"
SATURDAY ONLY flower committee.

Mrs. Deal HostessAt 4a .

LADIES Morning; Party tfIlaltl

For Mrs. McLaurin ,
One of the loveliest parties of
the weekend was the Coca Cola
party given by Mrs. Herbert Dealat ,
her home on Walnut street, T
24.9 Friday mornlnx of last week In Make Them Know
honor of Mrs. Paul I, McLaurin Ilaltl tnzyk "
who leaven June 9. with her husband You Are Proud ,Of

their" and home daughter In Ocala.Paula,The to make Me-I' \ !1i 1ii A e* Their AchievementWith
Laurln's recently purchased a A Gift FromCARPENTER'S
.' : i ranch style house In the southeast @)
PANTIESAND : section of Ocala. t3I
attractively '
The Deal home was
decorated with arrangements of I ALL GIFTS

[I hydrangeaa and gladlolas. MfII.I WRAPPED FREE!
| Deal was assisted In serving refreshments
BRAS by Mrs. J. M.\. Hem- ,
: : bred, from a beautifully appointed t OUR SELECTION IS MOST COMPLETE FOR BOTH
table overlaid with an exquisite WASHING
lace cloth centered with abouQuet THE BOY AND GIRL GRADUATE
49c of blue and pink hydrangea > ": MACHINES
.. .
*. The centerpiece was .. ,
flanked with with burning low crystal blue tapers.Thou candleholders ., : "'I"n': .' a. FROM FOR HIM' ,. FOR- HER

Ladies Bedroom SLIPPERS the honoree* enjoying were Mrs.this J.affair M. Hem-with I 124.95 SHEAFFER PENS AND SHAVING SETS

bree Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. E. ... PEN & PENCIL SETS
TV L. Matthews, Mrs L. A. Davis OVERNIGHT CASES
I" 7 ;' J Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. Mrs. Gilbert EASTMAN ANSCO TRUESITE JARS
Newcomb, Mrs. Charles. Oakes, POTTERY CANDY
f Mrs. oJ. W. McIntosh, Mrs. Claude Also In Stock AFTER DINNER COFFEE errs
89' l I'I'C '. Barton Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mrs. WITH FLASH UNIT
.t.j -\. ,., ; Mm. W. J. Chure iw W. Mr MILITARY SETS
,. Arch Thomas, Mm. W. 1"; Pew ltMhVfc. PERFUMES.COLOGNES
-" t.It1r.. } :. C. M 'rm' !MTsv-JattW 1>f>-. STOVES '"-a WiUST'WATCRES BATH PO\\'DER & COMPACTSAND
nls Mrs. W. \K. Middleton, Mra.'L.
SIZES 6 1-2 TO 9 ONLY : D. Vining, Mrs Joe Thompson. IKONERS
Eugene Williams of Lake City.

McKinney-Hodge .
Chester McKlnney, son of Mrs
Florence McKinney of Gainesville ELECTRIC SERVICE SUPPLY
and Miss
and formerly of Starke .
Settle Hodge, also of Gainesville, 125 East Call Street Starke, Fla. "

Store Of Values were married. C*. on They April are 17 making! inrolkaton. P. O. Box 469 Phone 76 .PHONE 64 YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE STARKE, 1 FIB'

their home in Gainesville. ;-


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and rrand- Mr. and Mra. N. D. Wainwright, Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry.! New shipment Dorta Dod_ Among those from out of town

Wa1ttere o Qa.lnemlle Jr., spent last. week touring man were In Madison Sunday dreseea. "' at the' SMART SHOWK. attending funeral services for L. I Thomas-Kinard I BirthsMr. ,
through east' and west Florida. visiting Rev. and Mrs. B. M Mrs. A. I
sapp Thursday I Ruby Goodman and eon, ,Rcnnolds Tuesday afternoon Wedding Date Set AUTOMOBILE I ,
.'J. B. Friends of Mrs. A. F. Sauls will Montgomery. W. B. McKlnney, visited relativesIn were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mathews and Mrs. Lawrence Clarence .

jL be glad to know that she is very Mr and Mrs P. I. McLaurin Tampa and Miami last week. and Mrs. Lula LIABILITY INSURANCE I ,. ,
at the SMART and) Morris all 01| The marriage of Mlxs Mildred, Moore Lake Butler, a son Lacy '\. t I'
08 !ShWx' i much Improved after her operation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal droveto Mrs H. W. Shipp and Mrs. W. Frultland Park Burnes Hater.. Mr. Thomas daughter of Mr. and I Thomas April 27. Although not eompulaory It IK ; I o'','

,State at Shadycrest hospital and is Ocala on Sunday. A. Price of Jacksonville were' and Mrs. A. M. Pettlt Sr., Mr. Mr.. H. L. Starling of Starke and much safer to carry Liability 4 I', '

thP Florida held convalescing at her home. Mrs. D. W. Moore spent part guests Friday of last week of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Pettit. and. Mr. Robert Sam Klnard son of Mr Mr. and\ Mrs. George Julian I Insurance. I represent only old I r y J \

of social Workers Mrs. I Miss Marjorie Davis was home of last week with her sister Mrs. and Mrs. H. A. Newsora. and Mrs Will Olivcnbaum all of and Mrs. Sam Klnard of Gainesville Packham Starke, a son, Jlmmie line, reliable) stock ciompanle /P't+

Tuesday were Latter- from her Studies, at FSU visitingher T. F. Brown In Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Edger Wilkinson Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs J. H will be an event of Thursday LeRoy, April 29. Your business will be appreciated. t .

re stn' Clara MrWu T. B.I parents Mr. and Mrs. R. J Mrs. L. T. Thlgpen. daughter were weekend guests of Mr. and Mathews of Loesburg. Mrs. Emma evening. June 10, at 7:30: Mr.' and Mrs. Lewis S. Hughes t "

g. D. Tenley Newsome and Davis over the weekend. Merle and mother, Mrs. R. J. Mrs. J. B. Mills at Given Cove Johns and son Asa of Frostproof o'clock\ in the First Baptist Churchof Rt. 1, Starke, a son, Richard Lee, ate W. Call Street .i

: Joyce I See the new Mld-rlffi and Pinafore Oliver and Mrs. G. W. Haynes of Springs. Mr. and MIH Will Brtnuou of Valdosta Starke. The Rev. 1. D. Halnes, April 25.: Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph. ;. .

oley'y1 VV Koch had fore children it the SMART East Palatka were Monday guestsof IVe Invite you l to Join the \VarrenforGmernor G.... Mr. and Mrs. Pete pastor will perform the ceremony.The Phone 154 ; f I I .It!
L Hrinson or 1an,1 Mr. Karl Stanley Bax- "
Rev. and Mrs W. J. Church- Hugh Vance Winter '
of SIIOPPK.Mr. TalJpolitical
part march. ( N. D. WainwriKht. Jr.
ttS the early and son and Mrs. Morgan, all of loading. candidate for Governor ley, Doctor' Inlet, a daughter f a; r '
and Mrs.' and Mrs. C. W. DIxhinKer, well.Mr. ad by friends). "
W, S. Koch and Mrs. C. H. Mr. 1 Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. : U'.. Dan "..'.. the n"'ul! Sylvia. April 28. j tl I
Kay had their Nasworthy and Mrs. A. I. Spencer anlldaught..r.
daughter. Sr.. as Sunday guestsat 1
Pettlt Jr. and I Itlll1
gins and had Mr. and Mrs. A. f
I their cottage on Bedford Lake, as their weekend guests at Anice, of Jacksonvillewere I J. Williams, all of Aliichuu. l !:
a. of their cottage on Kingsley Lake Sunday of Mr. and I }'
the gul'st Mr. and hire C. W. Dishmger. Jr., guests ,
ula Matt Is Mr.. and Mrs. H. R. Gertner Mrs. Dr and Mrs. M. K }Ieilongreturned '''''''' 4 a.I
and J. .'.
Hendersonvnietwo Mr. and Mrs. James Massey and Wainwright 1 .
pace In Mra. Gladys Gllrcath all of Jack- family of Galne vllle. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlnand her Saturday from u two re 2 I I'. ,' ,
: iYlda .
weeks I Mrs. Plnnell weeks trip through South Caro- d :./
: Paige and son Paige aI J : H HIII
tin( ..mdidate. for Go- soaville' and Mrs. R. A. Weeks' ,of Jr., 'also of Gainesville were Sun- house guest. :Mrs. Marguerite lina. While away they attendeda ,' () ,. /1 t''

(Dan he's the man I Ilie ":::arks, ;,j. :ifMrs. day guests of the Nasworthys.DON'T Dickens spent the latter part of medical\ meeting In Charleston.Mr .

Lewis, Jr., a ,, ,J. ,F, J nM> ,and ehlrrtj. last week visiting Mrs. Proctor : .
Kirk .
and Mr. C. C. Shepherd 1,11. .
the week Johnny 'and Linda of Hastings FAIL TO VOTE. Snow at Daytona. Mrs. Dickens ,', .
was .
!, t
FSt and"daughter*. Mary Lou Patricia } .
t aunt Itib6'emother left for her home in Marianna the .' I "
and wererecent visitors of Mrs. It have -
uncle you no trojiHpoiRation I I, "
Ann and Martha Jane of + "
middle of this we..k.Friends I :
Lewis I Ic Mrs. Fay Gill. to the ,,
L. polls next
Tuesday f
James Lake City were weekend guestsof ( INrl i ( ; I
chllln 1 Bill Doyle of Green Cove Springs <" K. John at of Mrs. Paul Raymond I III, ilNll l I 'llA' V, ..' '
Jr., and phone IS or I Mr. and Mis. C. A. Knight t''' '. f : ,
waa'the guest Friday of last week drop him will\ be glad to hear she Is very I II I ,j j .
last a pont card) giving \\i
:Madllespent\ your Ina iil ulluWll, II, '!V t
haad ;
and Ca.. visiting'L.mothff 'of Mr! and Mrs J. D. Doyle atlilreHH and he will bf glad to much improved from her attackof I Mrs. Marion Faulk of Florida I I V116VI IQ'I, 1 I : I\ .
Valuta Plastics. tI! in I). ,..' '
Claude' Special on Shoes at the !SMART Ct'nd aft.>p you and bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Raymond Washington C. i !? f '
Mrs. carry you
'tills week business.Mri I r:1.:
will return to her home on 1
SUOI''F.ATTENTION bach. He ulll\ also. appreciatejour I I '
vat,. -(Adv.) from the Shadycrent Hospital the f and\ Mrs. F. O. Hun ell of :' A : 'il '

\ latter part of this week I I Hunting were Sunday guests of I II : V j

Mr. and Mrs T.-M v/.laon andMrs. Mrs.! A. C. Dugan; of I Mr. and Mis. B. T. Thomas.Mr WILL BE A GREAT. ;

:: s. E Spniks spent Saturday port, Ky.: Is arriving/ here Clovel'.J, ,I und. Mrs! Ned. Yancy and ; ; ....: ? f .

In Rreon Cove Springs visiting to make. an extended visit Al and iJlIII' II '11110 ', r, ,
Steve, the
son"* pent past )'; I .j e" '1/ !' .t t tI I.
--- 'Mrs. Laura WI1 on. Frick.grnnddaughter, Mrs. .Walter J.,: week, : at Spring Luke I "' V1f i''J ; JlrC I ; i .." h'itP ',;) :t. I

Miss! Marian Brown spent part Why nut yule fur I.'ull'r'Ilr. iA : V/ 'I << : \
New HhlMin| >nt horns! Dalnndrenrs I ,: '." II 4V "
of last week with her parents. :Mr.! ren our neighbor for Ootrrnor .. .1 1
I at the "' ''.\UT 811O1'1'E.Titus l
Tobacco d1a I and Mrs II. C. Drown and while Olson and Wiley William- -(I'al.l political ml by frlrndi). I "I It. I

1 here had as! her house guest MIMI non attended\ the Sales and Service Mri. "'. E. Mlddlcton returned, i ",1 I, 4, -.' \ I

I Lenipl van tier Laan. Both girls School of Carrier Corp., in Jack Wednesday from a ten-day visit I ( ;
Growers with frlomlM nnd relatives\ In n
I are' students at FSU and had nt-1 1I sonville on Monday. (Talc! r..r 'Its h..L..1. friema! of Dan :t
t (
tended! Spring .Frolics at the University Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Edna Tampa Kt Myers and Miami. County McCarty) : : :

I of Florida. and Leonard Noegol returned Anne Hammond of Jacksonvillewill ; 1

,0.1''T WAIT Let Us Write Your Mrs. L. W. Webb of Hawthornewas home Wednesday from a two bt the weekend guest of Margaret I''- _-- ---- _-_-_ _-_ .(' r r".I' I.

weeks vacation at their summer Rose Duncan.
HAIL the weekend guest of her home in Hendersoiivilltfi,, N. C. _, Mother's 1)lYlUl'st./ .. at the ; f
aunt. :Mrs.! Effle Johns.
Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Muhlliofer home of :Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Snd-, : .

ft C. WALL AGENCY'Constant Txwkhart.Miss Dorothy and Mrs.Swanbnm Al Krletmeyervlxitcd Miss have Klngsley as Lake their home guest Tony at Locas-their Robert enwater O were rjarrlgm-s/H. I., (1n Mr igucs.Hnd 5-Pc. Solid Oak DINETTE Bed Lamps :'i. :1' i :. ,

Service Over 50 Years friends and relatives In to. of Brooklyn N. Y. Mr R. O fJnrrlgues. Jr.' Carl I ?

Please Phone 116 Tampa last week. Henry Mantissa returned Wednesday GarrlgtiPH, and Mrs Wand ""r- 1 ,N Original Price .1 1.95 :t 4 '
Mr. and Mrs. K.: S. week from eight- I
Matthewsare of last an
son and daughter, Janlrp. all\ of hfHrgT 59.50 i I Ir'
visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. B.McLcndon day business trip to Puerto Rico., Ft. Lauderdale and \Mrs. \Mary : h

___ __ ____ ___ ____ ___ .n __ is Orlando. Mrs. MI.'- :HIMI the now !MliI-rlfN and I'lna- Hatter, and son John of Jacksonville While They Last! i't* .' l' ;I f I'I
London and daughter Jeannette force. f"'< children, nt the SMART They were vlsltln*; their!. Now r' 39.50 ji' "

spent Mother's Day here' snori'K.: mother, Mrs. dura Giirilgnt'S who LARGE :!' I

ILASSIFIEPMAfHl.VK I HUH made her home with her .. K\l': ."'n..lnn| Table Gold Frame '! ; t

a I foi IA.lltI..ttl'/ w'ats' I :
daughter Mrs. Sadonwiiter. ,"ni : r
ii i-
several yenr \Mrs Garriguaarcnmpanied ,; 1h Cliulm Mirrors i t'
lUILANCJ-1 write all I linenfir -
!', typewrlterfc THE GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT '
end) iiuplliatlnir. eon *, .automobile, liability and her suns. hllto\ VtLnuderdnle < '
??. office herr lit*. Bee ma for your In.ur..n". She .J
mlHior. fur visit re-
h / a
book PU.".. .afeM"p. needs. N. D. Wainwright Jt., 129 .\. recordtil In the minutes of tin Board of County ('om'l1\-\ .1 H I
M.'i'l, storage. cHbl.km W. Call fit.! Phone 164. tfKOK veiled, many l lovely gifts ilnrlnj ,
: : fhPlvlnic. shun elui ers .of liradford, County Florida. October 1, 101! $, :Minute -- -- ;

!.Illgh.' ', .'t 11.1 and Brad: ti-r.l. to I..rer..t"Flurhhl thNew SAI.K truck CIIKAIIMI, Iimvy'iluty: truiiHi I ttttunl'orrt >iI Monk 8, page/ 801 that the following memberITP pr.eent t(>- the TinleiulliiK dny. candidate for fi lot" SAMPSON: ( r't'I i ''f). ', iI ie.ar. i :

1'Ii1tIIJE11': Minn. (*..!> but no had v. Alxo aentail ult M.: O. Ilurrcll Chairman L. L. Conner .1. L. \%'ynn, P. 1). .' :
I .. enter: It'H Uiin I" the inilnMr I yyl i
Jiu-fcuonvllle, 2,, amount of u rd lumbt-r "
', U clirap that Re lee C... ttFonsAi'E IC..ldl..h. and T. C. Chantaln. .. Card Tables ;
TlHI $A)1i': "' 116tt.tTTRlaSES and Mr.. C R. Joninii'l! / e'' 'I 'j :
lOt F : The Boarda called to order by the .chairman and the oaA :'i 1
: 6-room modern house, son, Harry arrived ifcently from '7 .
but. wnttr. Ale> U-rouin vctt-in 412" minute .of the meeting of September SO, A. I). 11)48, were' readand Los Angeles, Cnllf.. to make theh Regular .1.95: I ,, :
.600 11,600 down.
Apply '
: Center St. 4tp 6-21 adoptcri. home here, Mr. Ji>nes' will br. vr'

of[ RENOVATED\LL KINDS FOR SALK: At a H'larN'aln Revpral : I ".\ delegation of citizens from Union County C'on..llnlt.. of associated! with his father W. P Now 3.95 I i( 1 i

K."r" ,,iia UH HUTCH and one lion. Hal Y. Maine. State Senator of the Fifteenth Senatorial Jones in the dairy business.Friends .. i : :
electric Hanffo. Slade has Co.
two door hum R. Jt. Truck on,; District. lion. C. A. Roberta. Orin Reddish C. V. New burn L. of Mrs. A, F. Sauls will .

Call St .t S.. M. Crews, and E. 1). Summers of the Board of County Commissioner be glad. to hear that she Is home I'I ..
I ,
JTARANTBED RAn I O SEJtVII:: *: Hon. C. II. Hayei, Clerk of Circuit Court and lion. and Is resting nicely after hei MANY '"

1 All. makes and modeln. Prompt Tax Collector and other. called. upon ts minor operation at the Shadycreslitospltnl 'II t. 1 .'
t service. BHBPlIEnn RADIO SER Marcus! Howard ,. }' n
;, :.. il! VICE, boated In tlulf Wtutlnnu4-. hoard and offered the following resolution. : last week. Room3.95 "t. ; It 1'II l
FIKMTLREEFPHOLSTERKD 1 Court & Madison 4t 5-28 RKSO.LUTIO.V Mr. and Mrs. W W Thurmar. ;"'.; :*

WANTKIVe: will pay you 7Hv and daughter Jean an vacationing i.
a pound for old cotton ra.*. pet I Board of County Commissioners of Union County Floiida, for three weeks In MIsBlssIpp "r
RKFtNISHEDIrop : prefer them clean and buttonleHH.. Suit USE OURBudget '
SD No panta. Bradford County Tcl- at the request of various citizens called\ a mann meeting of the with Mr. Tliurman's parents, Mr, /:, ; I I

11 A Card HIU.MU., I ifLOMT 1 cltlcens of Union County which was held In the> Court 110"" '". and Mrs W. M. Thurman al! Plan t j..

INGS MATTRESS Fta.CO. : Vicinity Laura& So. Church In Lake. Butler, on Tuesday. the 14th day of I September. 1943 Bassflcd| and Mrs. Thurman's parents BARGAINS WE SUPPLY [L' it. ,

130 Palatka, St.blown, brown stripe female down i.buck.,.xer puppy Wear-,I at the hour of 8:30 P. M. for the purpose of considering a i !\fr. and' Mrs. F. C. Burketl See I.are!; Bargain I YOUR NRED.H: .1,91\. (

0 weeks uld. ijrevn .. clerkIng Propoos5sl) change In the rotating or alternating ..y.tem of electIng at Columbia. CASH OK TERMS; Iir+play i r ;
harnvnv. Name : Nu-
FOR SALEIV Senatorial District.\ Mrs : I. of Manta. .I.
tlly tI. 8. Itrudotle, Unit Furnl-' a State Senator from the> Fifteenth K. Lnngston I '
lure Co. lip Counties, and S. C., Is vl"ltlnh..r daughter, - :
I which district. Is compose. of llraxlford and Union / 1 J
1-nicnitOOM: residence I ,
I [
,nlK of Starko Junt com- 1I1'\l1E TIMH :MONEY with no in- WHEREAS. It wan suggested. and proposed that much mire MM. Ku.stls McKnlght for two IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT i t : .
,'h<-ap for half canh.NT .t".nt to Individual or civic, week.
mill Cone-rote Block group rnt r*>Nte.l In effortless HIIIliiK benefit would come to the District If the rotating or alternating the War.rf'n.fnro..mor "11! aM '
'apful' price In town. 1 on ci,nimlH lon. W. Buck uu senator was changed from one four year Wo ln\lt you to JoIn :
)OKI, half giant! .. a.S..8.. egret for our. Imprinted matches, system of electing a mareh. (I'aldpolitical Denmark Furniture Co :
stationery. Xmua card., etc. Mend term to two four yean terms each and ad by friends. ), : r :
i\IK:, Cement, Olasn Block.it. tii>......"'...n. heldl.'a., *e In. '1 are furnishing the Senator
Ci.norurK. 1'lpe, Stepping Fiilmetto Shop, Dox 100H, Lake ,"'IIEREAS"nlon; County Is now i I
II"u.o I'IBTB Mortar Mix, at.li.u Union County I DON'T FAIL "'0 \'OTJIf -. PHONE 151 FLA.i ill :
,d..o.'Jek<. i. City Fla._ whose. term will expire<< In January 194.1;; that STARKE, .: ,, .

haullns.. Fill dirt for FOR HALE: Frame house 14x20, 2 furnish the Senator for the. term beginning January 1013 and you hate. no transpontatlimto ,
1 .n.... Hath, r.I i>--wiir 'hunt,"", Bradford County furnish... the senator the poll.. next Tuesday call I ,
LOTS In city limit oCi metal roof all plumbing flxluri'n ending January I, 1919; that Charley E. Johns at phone 1.1 or 1 6 ,
i high ground, 1200 up. Huh), water pipe Mink. .1.! .< period beginning January 1. 1949 and "" ---------- ----------- ---,--- : "
120, mI). and fOil the eight! year drop him a pottt card giving your )
por wiring. gas hot water heater -: '
ant type of building con1 tank gas space heater I.''''rileI' ending January I. 1957; that Union County furnish the xldrctt. .and he Hill be glad to i j : i
hot plate furniture and loe each. eight period .
and for year
'.I 1\:> O..lv..nl..d Pipe. box next eight year period and
WII (not .lec..) Will Hell complete the end after you carry you (
L AND[ .$1,50 per yard In $1160 cash: (plumbing alone thereafter to rotate or alternate between the two countless': ack. He will also appreciate

till load lM.nSEnl; CA..Edwards lot.worth Apply$500).E.You l. Matthews move to .your...1. THKREFORK: :, BK IT RESOLVED BY THE CITIZENS OFUNION your vote. -(Ailv.. ) IT IS YOUR STATETHE j r

... PkOBO O4 dance Church A Hth Mtu.: Phone COUNTY IN' :MASS! 1nETlNOSSEM: LJoU; AS ,
82. tf Commissioners ofBltadfor,1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez:/: recentlv f
MADE to order: Photo.CertlflcatesLicenseM AFORESUD, that the Board of County returned from San Juan C
8'rnm. WE PAY YOU 7"4c! a pound for oldclean Florida, he. and It Is hereby requested to RESPONSIBILITY FOR GOOD r ;
r ; waste cotton rags. Pleasekeep County Puerto Rico where Mr. Martine? ,
Mctlon to
iif mnulrtlnor all button No pan In. Brad of the citizens. of Bradford County to beheld I .
All work guaranteed. call a mass meeting [Chas been employed for the past I 1.1
FOOD CAMERA GIFT ifJ. _ford County Telegraph. I In the near future, for the purpose of considering the pro- I six months on a water lines pro GOVERNMENT IS IN YOUR HANDS t .

FOR apartment RENTI;; gas 3 stove room; electric.furnished p.ed change In the election of the State Senator from the Fifteenth ject f with the Long/ Construction I : Iii I:

frigerator. See AI,.. Green re-\\ Senatorial DlstrU't.BK I I Co. They are visiting relativeshere I k:i I : : I
L YOUR TIMBER Greens Store. citizen of before making ,'
FURTHER: RESOLVED: : that If the and In Tampa !

NOWt FOR RENT: 4-room house modern IT vote for and approve the proposed change In ( definite plans\/ / for the future .1/11 Your VolcK Fuller Warren \.. ,. ? t 't. .
County ,
Bradford .
t Cash Prices PaidL hot water. UnfurnlBh Cjn that the same Hubert Met" and daughter \ ''j'
I-IO mo. ApplY Senators as aforesaid Mrx / ''i !
Church St. Rent election of a State : .
410 Center St. 't" the agreement' .between Bradford and Union Counties I Irene and L BUY BULK shall l-ecome the Ernest Wengrnroth. left ;
ORADUATION OlFT: and that the sameshall .
THE IDEAL State I Senator
OR IN to electing a .
UNIT In regard
A writer Remington N..w Telegraph... Portableat Ask Bradford fordemonatratlon. remain In full\ fore and effect until changed I by mutual weeks Thursday with for relatives\ u visit at Lehlghton of Fuller Warren's practical platform for good govern't:'! ; I .,,' ]

WIjTwI: County .
PECK M agreement between the two Pa., and their former home.Bridgeport ment aroused the opposition of entrenched special interests '
P. 0. Box 463 IT FURTHER RESOLVED that If the pOHt'frehanlft'I" 'onn. ,'.1

Gainfville' ] FOR AMonadLake t InKI-rtrlrnv, citizen. of Bradford County that th"alnem"t who make their off the people's taxes. r
Fla. .....v. rondo not approved by the Mm. W, F, Godwin nnd sons money .
Hlrhwny' _frontage nuslnnnproperty. Dox existing between Bradford and Union "pntlp.. John and Henry recently moved seek continue in i s'
W. 8. Slbley. now They to power by electing r i
IIe! a postcard and I 1(11( : Htarke. Offlr. s ml. S.B/' to electing a State Senator ..hall remain In full_ force. into their home Just east of i. <
I ill come see you.PAID Starke on Illway; ton. 4tp In peganl Starke on the new Blandlng road\ of Fuller Warren. 1 'I, t

FOR RENT 4-room upstairs .part. and effect. RESOLVED that the cltl/en of Bradford This house was their former home !. '
i for 'l"an .. with "rl..t.. BElT: FURTHER moved to itspresent )
( cotton raarn.rm m nt. report as to their at Lswtey and was
dlnlnar room to make a
button No pant. h.fh. County are hereby> requested weeks .

lay adtnrd YOU (7'\\to uuntv a Telegraph pound for with n-rmnnent kltrhenotte.r..nter .Special-. f"...A.rate Soot to action In coaneetlon with thl. matter to lion. C. B. llayan" W.location J. Chandler several., who Rjl'O.Mrlt. also BE SURE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS'VOTE ) '
Itn f.
'a Tounlf girl In ne.d of IIO% 'Temple Ave.. "> ark Hon. )1aft.t111 II"'" 'ard." f makes her home with her sister ,
bnmo. l'l".,. rnntact at a NtrpJ noo" for r..ft. Twin. beds.Twn conslderaWe dlscu slon the. Bo r.l. decided to withhold Mrs. Godwin I I..* at present visiting TUESDAY ;'
e-f.re; '113 W.st Fond ..pntl..'"..". Rpn.nnaeie.'rh After l
N next regular meeting.A. relatives In Griffin. O"." and Isrecovering S91
r' .In.-Mllltlfan. the
i Itplx action until .
RL Stark. "" M. O. Harts Il. from a recent illn.-"".

I'nr\\:SlTURF' : rejects:. ;r Trxflp- tVTn ,..'''r. "w....11 J. Thomaa Chairman The I fouling Vandklate, for fi Mr- .
Mr. "W
.a "derns.r; rht' ifcvl paw yon T,,,,f po"1' for Hynn Clerk Minutes. .m..r It." l>nn h..'" the man! "
f t nvllh 24SI Atlantic cotton r'"r.' N<) Aradford'ounty'Ili 'I We ftJ her quote from the County Commissioners Mr.V.. T. Jackson and> eons Machine Strength f '
. inOntvlII.. Hour: week. .....h .....aT.1.rranh. ..... follows: rr, f,
11 3. a.
jb 1 NOV. I. Willlston "
tip Book 8, page 468. Billy Tom and Mart were in -
\ -' In a purported agrermentbetween \ until Tuesday .
ILP' from Wcdnesdsy
1911 'rb.v. 4 rooms on of a proposed
Ifnu** "The matter
'1 1 l ni..h'.r., "Pot thrht. FAR ....'\.' sV. Mn.l.rn. tint water.rH" Bradford and Union CounUerelate> to alternating.. visiting Mrs. Jackson's sister. The record the character the :.

fn' 'It w'" .. e-eon, $t IO"0 ra.h. Apply 11D Senator w... Indefinitely postponc.1. Mrs Frank Weaver. knowledge that Fuller Warren +' 1 Ifr! G
'lI'"orc1"!. '! Attnnl (""nt-r ft. ___. tern.e of office for State Harrell. Mrs. O. F. Odom hu accompanied .
nr phone 67 It M. O. kr
...n"XTED> ,"" HELP: WANTED FEMALE A. J. Thomas chairman her house guest Mrs. E. B.Trowbrldtce has to offer as governor, prove ,

...., "'".'' "n..llI..n Experl.nc.dsl. "0 Clear Maehaw" .. Owrtor Clerk to her home In Miamifor him to be the man suited to the 'L' 'Ijob.
. ..,..... it'
"hon' ke.ner .. GIRLS a three weeks. vult.ofrll.!\ .
.. -. tarnish good r..- SA pr vloni f\. nrrlfnffrrqulrrd. i.I/sili.. visited Mrs. Odom the .
"I. ?' Nary:> .rlntnn. %!f tft SV Senator Johns Be So Badlyformed Trowbridge.! .
aerh Can
_ tip WV ..aw e permanent em.j.e How put two 'wj&ek' 'v i ;1 '' ,

hw a'i .... >. .w<*t rat jroo. _...'.. shies.1itlgJab On Important .Events Affecting The M.... J. C. Tlmiley who hall spent r : f :
__ .
eel. 'm .a.-a._ .. .wit Maw JS I.?N'n the past three weeks. with hprnl..c a
" ., ::; ; t"t.. _. wt''k Senatorial District ELECT
.'llsrnlojyDp e ." 2:30 a. m. Pay ''n.M per 15th Mrs. H II. Adams, left +
itl/.M ft""' Cxtrrtrnce oo- of last week for her :
_ ....r.,. t.. while arnlnie. Thursday
,.. ,.ntor. yarn over $SS. per wwk. G. Fred Andrews Says: home at Cape Giradeau Mo. '

. N. ( .. 8 .. m- in P. m. Mrs. )t. L. Ilrownlee Is spending -
r'rel.h". 'h.rv" At.I. Apply from will remain .n tile farm after .
\I.1..N ,h,...,.'..1... I..ltahl.Ptnrr t..m.. Monday thru Friday I was born and raJ",1 and elected, wUI hnuedlately, this week with her daughter FULLER WARREN
rnrR If
lr.I; N'$30o0 .*. 404 E. 11th St. ..n1Dr. you a. your State for drslaage Uadge. at Montreal College N.
down t'Pdenl Aid -
'' Florid will leave
procure Madge
JackConvWa appllcatlODS C. On Sunday
P1Ii1Pnnhrltnr... P.l""..fitkr1y 1- make MIdI dettetoo. frail and berrle- .}< I
D. C.
Mn. JIM IL 8wlldel' Sons 'fOrUle 1IOlI. that produce Montreal for Wa hJncton. YOUR GOVERNOR '
of our
-....: Fla., JJoycehT II MAKERS OF KINO EDWABD that are sack --v, burden. aged worries to where she will visit her sister, .
ataple 'rope.
CIGARS $al wW"fOl' be ___ Mrs. M. C. BUth and another Sister -

"a II 'Uk lieekepl''""m.'otta ig .. on .... UM hooB wife Mia Mary Brownlee In Baltimore .. .. ... 4 rl 1
arcommn- 110M" all. .umm. for G. Frrf Andrew.) ..... --00 to. -
L..Iot!. ,.? .. Jj&r.. acrccn.. COOL TOUR Install. an attic t.n. flHEPPflRD .- '(Paid for by pollUeal frte d. at Bradford Md., for ten days.
.. r..t as
7 "M : "Ut: retrl. SERVICI!:, Pit" '
i '.. A,: : RADIO U.1ti '
Stark, 10. Dolt\: 1*. e- # t, 11

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'!.' 4 f to see her new grand daughter.Rev. Marine, who Is now on furlough I uatlon for It's the same here. her. FREVATT THANKS VOTERS to the best
'I. C.. B. North was visiting spent Monday here visiting his However I got one good piece She is next'to the'oldest per AND IRGKH ALLTO VOTE ON earnestly ask Illy 'bUlly,
), Lawtey friends In High Springs laat TU H- HamptonBy grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. H. D.> of news! first hand w- the Intermediates non in this community feeble in MAY % TlI' port on the Vote 'lid }
I 1 Mm. M. O. Sweeney May and other relatives. under the direction of body her mind Is "clear as bell." I wish to express my thanksto May 25th of the
i, By ... II. F..rh day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. It. Putch were . Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, Mrs. Laura Griff rendered a fine She loves folks and is deeply Interested the voters of Dist. 1, Lawtey, of Diat. I, Lawtey

I, e f f business visitors to Gainesville SCHOOL PLAY TONIGHT Marie Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs.I program Sunday night. Those in all that concerns for the splendid 'vote given me CARL PREVATT, t'A
"4 Bill Johnson, all of Jacksonville taking part were Montez Wllker- nlJo\)
Grade ,
Mrs. R. W. Mosley an"a't last Saturday.Mr. The Eighth Graduating them. She makes her home, since 4th. COUNTY COM: \
Mr. and on May 1
r r of a 6 Ib. 10 oz. and Mrs. Bill Plummer had Play, "Father Goes Domestic" an spent Sunday here with relatives son Raymond Redding Bobby Berry left Ult, with Mrs. Willie DIST I. IUYt
nounce: the I I have nothing but good will
and friends.A Rosier Junior Crawford Howard
Hospital on as their guest last week their hilarious comedy, will be presented Reddish. She is happy there and
l girl at Shadycrest lady Is named niece Miss Annette Greene of in the school auditorium to- number of Hampton friends I Redding and Bobby McClelland.It loves to greet her friends. We toward the gentlemen who opposed Bnadfordfor -
..,, :May 14. The Diane.young Brooker.J. night (Friday) at 8 o'clock. 1 attended funeral services for Lee I thrills our hearts to see these should all "drop in" as often aa me in the First Primary and I Governor County's ooh' fs
r' Reynolds of H. Tatum of Deland and Mrs., The cut of characters Is as follows Burkhart, at Hope Baptist Church, youngsters know their parts so possible for a chat with this lovely shall continue my campaign clean REN. FTLI.! R
'ii' Mr. and Mrs. Jack of Merrill Struth and children of : ThereBsa, last Friday morning.Mrs. i well and',deliver them In such an soul. Her ten children, He terSapp

i Baldwin and were Mrs. R.Sunday W Moaley guesta Sr. Starke were dinner guests of Mr Roger Talcott _. Kenneth HeRs Joe Day of Plant City, excellent manner.. Their subject J. E. Rosier, B. E. Rosier -
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta last spent with 1 was Chili its geography, people Alice Rosier Maggie (lives In
Sunday Mr. and
A. Mrs.
I Mra. L. H. Hill and Jennie Talcot ,
Mr. and Sunday. Shirley Dennison M. M. Matchett. I ,' products, religion customs Jacksonville); Daisy Prlngle, BPK- HOT WEATHER ITEMS

1 C. Pearce were guests of Mr. and The WSCS met at the Metho etc.That lie Sapp, Bryant Rosier, Roasie .
\, .Mrs., Halite Jones and family In !dist Church last Tuesday after Mrs. Phelps -- Gladys Hicks . morning at Sunday School, Reddish and Schelly Rosier are all -- ,
St. Augustine lad Sunday. noon. "Bill" Phelps Frank Brown the Juniors had a Bible Quiz, living except two Berry and RUBBER HOSE ELECTRIC
Mrs. John A. Hughey and Mrs. The WMU of the Baptist Church Russell Rowland Vernon Evergreen which they "shot" at the grownups Bryant. FANS
James L. Witherow and daughter met In the home of Mrs. JamesM. Slade or any one who could answer If I haven't counted amiss ICE CREAM FREEZERS
of Orlando were guests Rosalind Rowland Inez Peter Th'ey just about stalled us,
,:k I! Barbara Browning last Tuesday after- 'By Airs. J. D. Ofcventrcet' she. has forty-seven grand chll, "'
Sunday of Mr and Mrs. R. W. sonDorothea oldsters on soma, things.. Fer; \In, d/fen' \' Moaley. Mrs. Hughey la the noon.Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. McOilney Fletcher -- Vivien ,. : stance. Who' first translated the children. Each of her six daughters -

';.;4'y':; mother of Mrs. Mosley. She came have moved into the Joyce Futch Raley As I live in the/"midst of the Bible Into English We need sucha would make almost two of SPRAY AND BUG BOMBS
"I cottage on Lake Ave. Mr. Mc- Carl Cummins L. G. Pope woods" and the "world does not 1 quiz oftener to make us study 1 their mother. If anybody wants SCREEN WIRE CLOTH
Gilney is connected with the construction Al Bohn >- Milton Eiland make a beaten path to my door",: harder. The teacher of the Juniors to meet a sweet gentle lady whoIs
t', DO YOU WANT an Englneer of a road from Maxvtlle I. Betty, Anne, and Nell (the Tal I've depended on getting news at Is Miss Donna Griffls. I over eighty ;years young Just

f' ,' for your County Commissioner to Middleburg. He has office cott children) Sylvia May the church on Sundays. For a long time we have wishedto call on "Grandma Rosier.
: ? space in the City Hall. Peggy Hlnson, and Earl Norman. This time on every band I got throw a few bouquets to Mrs. Bradford Hardware Co.
t Buster has accepted I The leading candidate for Governors -
Browning ENTERTAINS WMU the smiling; repons "All the J. 8. Rosier who so Irchly deserves -
fr DO YOU a in Gainesville.
( employment The WMU Circle was delight. news I know Is HARD WORK!I" them. She Is "Orandma" It's Dan he's the man!

,construeLion' . fully entertained last Thursday Well I can appreciate 'that sit to hundreds who know and love
r..; afternoon at the home of Mrs. .. ----
Xv", "" DO YOU WANT a man State Farm Florrie Belle Brown. An interesting "'..--..
was carried out
who can do something about program
probe By Mrs. Bryan WhUffo! with Mrs. K. B. Watterson as From where I
t 1 your drainage sit...Jy Joe Marsh
leader. Strawberry short cake
terns? .
any! with iced tea was served by the
'j'I',:!. DO YOU WANT a man COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGThe hostess, at the meeting's conclu-

J'i'' who is a heavy Tax Payer lovely with Community artistic arrangementsof Building was sion.Friends Take Your Choice

;,I' (thereby interested in low summer flowers for the regular regret to hear of the 1 s
illness of G. P. Wadaworth, well-
er meeting of the Community Club !
1 turpentine who Neighbor
12 DO YOU WANT an ener.lz'jJ last Tuesday afternoon. The has known been} confined operator in the Riverside With That "Just Out of The Garden" Freshness
president Mrs. J. A. Bouvlcr presided -
getic progressive businessman over the business hour. Mrs.J. Hospital, Jacksonville for the The ml.sal-who writes our "Any beverage your guests prefer.

: i ? R. Chasteen and Mrs. R. P. past ten days. His many county Woman's Column in the Clarion You don't have to serve cider-any WATERMELONS (28 lb. ) 55c
McLendon were hostesces and friends wish him a speedy and under the name of."Nancy Cale"lI'Iore, than yon hate, to serve beer ._
lz'jJ --
served sandwiches and cookies complete recovery gets letters about recipes,advice on '..;bat it's often courteous to let '
1 l If So, Vote For with iced tea. Archie Marino O. ,Eiland arrived of home the Merchant last etiquette home management'etc.. guests have a choice. I Fla. New White Potatoes, ,10-Ib 49c

i I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Townsendof Wednesday, after a lengthy stay One letter she got last week was From where I sit, that simple LEMONS 432's' : '---
r Gainesville were Sunday visitors of several months In Argentina about a recipe she published for answer applies to more items than ., doz. 29c (
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood- South America. Welsh Rarebit-mad* with tart Welsh Rarebit. la a world where
ward. Mrs. Theo Simmons and little cheese, Worcestershire and a cup everyone has different tastes and
ASPARAGUS large bunches . 49c
I n Jack Freeman of Commerce, daughter, Carolyn Ann. of Jacksonville of sparkling tangy beer."Turned ,ideal-we should rteognbt tko.. .
Oklahoma has been the guest of spent the weekend here out great"says: her correspondent diff.r.nes.-and never deny the
i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace this with relatives and friends.Mr. But you didn't mention what beverage right of choice to anyone I
Crowder PEAS, 2 Ibs .. 23c
week: and Mrs. Macintosh and to serve Wit* it. Should I

Mrs. J. W. Lee and Jimmie family' and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. serve beer? Cider? Iced tea?" Q.., t .. _'h' _
Chasteen of Atlanta Ga., spent Pope and children, with Edward- ? '
The missus' answer was simply Calif., long white Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 39c
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. Saxon, were visitors on Sundayto

Chasteen. Daytona Beach. CARROTS
9 > ; returned Leon B. Moorer, Merchant United Slatu Bream Foundation
y Mrs. L. W. Murphy C..n.M.1948.
N' Wednesday from Ocala where she CORN on Ear, 4 for 25c 2 bunches

had visited relatives for several -. ,- 1 I 1 -- .. --- __no.

days.Mr Celo. CORN, pkg. -. 29c 33c
.and Mrs. P, S. Crews visited -
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp, in I t

Lake Butler Sunday.,

.Sunday O. Caldwell visitors were of Mr.Mrs.and J.Mrs.J. B.. -- -y-:-'---. Roaedale PEAS, 2 No. 303 canto ,. 25c Nabisco VanillaWAFERS

Caldwell, Mrs. Ola Luffman..Miss -- ........1Ia,,. "" ,I..
If.d..drf I !b. Glasie'
Virginia Luffman and Mr. and )1EW9.PflS9! .
Mrs. Clayton Furr of Ocala. := -< 'FORT idYERlt m. Del Monte Diced CARROTS, 2 for 2Sc 12 oz. 30c
Mrs. R. H. Tyson spent several NEWS-PRESS N.r

,,, ,J. MAURICE days during the past.week with FORT MYERS COP'I CalPineASPARAGUS

friends and relatives in Jackson- ......... ., aCA. Campbell's Tomato
....... ,.. .wwi..r e.awaw
Spears 2 42c
._ H' can
EDWARDS; ville.Mrs. ._ us. '-. > "
N L. A. Shepherd returned .a1MbN A.... .'. HAictoiCUSMUHT rwav. .-i ra.e.K Wwsauur [SOUP
I ; Friday, ,from Rlnggold,,: Georgia ,m loan
1 FOR CoUrrTYCOMMISSIONER visited her parents. Mr. .. .rraA' eases Innosy era soma ta q
where she 2 for 21c
side bet as out No 2 7c
occasional cans
and Mrs. J, Fred Williams for a democrat! If w a e D.hat was htc a.Is ,
week. During her stay Mrs. Shep- h a body else won.B1 t +
.DIST. 3 (South Stark r herd was) also the guest of her.sister Cwtdeaiting for! best Warre
Sultana Red
era. ao er BEAN 1 lb lOc
Atlanta, Georgia. tern he n a can -
in been
White House'
1 --- have get y !
: Visitors of Mr. and Mrs..O. E. Seven ratiroad prealdenb to rue the roads. d n s nganlsaloned ist
Your Vote And Support Crews during the past week were as army arty an a
Will Be Appreciated Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Gainesvilleand The Bras' Horse. ,__. a noon l nMeu all the) Niblet CORN, 2 12-oz. cans 35c MILK.
Mrs. John Crews and pasfc I '
Mr. and liquor that
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) baby John Allan, of Lake Butler In April stale lint taxes time on this Ye jf. tD ease this nesem No. 2 calllt Plymouth 3 tall cans 39c
and Gaineaviie.t figures May there for aja 'L.so many cauudltes. m Su a ea ORANGE JUICE, 3 for 2Sc
Dad u s ea No, s 1-% can
The n in t co i RIVER RICE

Vote For that thea isssf mbl eecondprl t ofnee"at'Y Sultana'Fruit Cocktail 38c 3 Ibs. SOc

BURD toY by evai Comet
I L: Grady Fuller Warren dicta b have tthe t e ward census heeling of p s ax, Long Grain RICE,.2 Iba. 39c

of Florid o It money is and the hf! l DEXO
the ale Cu bee Tallahassee is >revtde Plain or Self Rising

Burton a week n a k It n o mm bones aboutiflsBttference.r B erence. tax\ IONA FLOUR, 5' lbs. 33c SHORTENING'3Ibi.
urtng.the first prima ffHkty and job)
k piles played hot and cold between fw Hurnor WH 1.15
announced *"
; A and attar o r-BOUTC4 offeeling English.with McCarty nods ot approval f roiled Bhvell /
Capable !
tug last "SUPER
war an 1 for"wasn'tvery -' *- hut when his candidacy the Tallanfa t RITE"Smo. a .,,..
h hard .
Experienced commotion
early Fwine
r Lawyer bakeseCO di a wls had been laid decently inUownjjfas alters y feared English Dan i followed man.and e v* PICNIC, lb. 45c"
rd-heeler back for job .
)to find v MCally every w+ from a better j

a YOUR NEXT way c i& inn "Dan's that the the excellent Man. nnd J0.ally a he cinch was for pried governor away in program"tir to of mak buy... Spare RIBS, lb. 53c \

not to say from the "Caldwell when!
This la this switch for Then
to the estate.

candidates ylaw.rtl administration run-off.
i booted McCarty into the neck and I Western Pork Loin ROASTlb. SkinlessHAMS
purchasing and .
arrangements for rein the money belt around double-crosal i 45c:
1 first person With
'not handled by the knoweth n< sign of the administration find it hard to\\
is a case of the left hand and the ol the on his back Mr. McCa hat will projected him into! White SALT BACON, lb. 35c
Leading Newspapers Endorse Him : the right hand glveth is therebyoat avoided. maintain the impetus Better men have bogged! 59c
same I Grade "A"
primary. -
[to report be evident whenwhole the second such and if he donut -
For down under dense the people Beef
"Forldisnl could not do better than to 'elect L.. Grady [files his statement.what ev But ; the grade it will be used to the upectacl JVof Sunnyfield Slice BACON lb. w 69c
about they beinJi
,r Burton to the office cf Attorney General." *- MIAMI Lee County. Mr.I resent as much as in their gift LIVER
DAILY NEWS. pent for him in know it. "Frieni the highest state office contractors and reft .All-Meat Skinless WEINERS ,
I didn't 'necessarily tightly pieMfeted m to thuntil e building? jobdlGrcgor lb. 49c
he .
e "without and either his knowled; -ipld ipartment pets who and delay thesuch 63c ]Ib. __

E "Our choice unhesitatingly .to L. Grady Burton.He ( Boulevard has finMhere *-" Oxydol Duz
goes Sunnyfield
n their equipment CAKE:FLOUR 33*
he 2 Ibs. -
has shown outstanding fitness to be the states chief t e else.1 (irfjiFULLER -
i legal advisor." TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE. rte or Super Suds _

( ..ffc ..I. Lge: box 33c Try Our Feeds FirstOctagon'

"He has a reputation for stability and common sense.
i His name doesn't have to be propped up with apologies. .. TALCO, 25 lbs GrowJng.Laving.Starting
It stands on its own. Ha is known as a square .shooter. ,

'. .1J; IoPa0FzM7 FEED .

Lge. size 8c
iC "He is considered fair and his tenure of office has been ALCO 20 pet. DAIRY FEED 4.63
without flaw or failure." ST. PETERSBURG TIMES.

.. '. A/M POi SWAN or ALCO 16 pet. DAIRY FEED 4.4

"Your vote for Grady Burton. attorney General will ')e Ivory Soap
another vote for good government In Florida during tie TALCO GROWING 5.1
Large Bas MASH 100 Ibs.TAUCQ .
'a four WALES NEWS. ,
"Xt. years. .........".. .. .. r r.T"fYARE '
;( WARREN Zfer 3c
FEED; Men .. -, _
f.1 Florida Needs the, EXPERIENCE, DREFTSoapPowder 100

r% STABILITY and HARMONY A6AIMST MACHINE' POLITICS Ballard & Ballard Pig & Sow Feed .- 5.

: 30c

Bring to the State Cabinet As Lux, Camay or


( ., 9C 300-302 ,
CI'IIW flIP .. .- .. 1 ....,.weer I : CALL ST. 8TAKKE,


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BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE Revival Starts SundayThe between the"" amount he Is receiving At The:Tabernacle Friday night his topic being: fiKndehlp will never be forgotteit' ; j ,
FIRST Church News from the tompany and the "Prophecy As It Is Being Ful -Mrs. L. A. Rennolds. ; j
Rev. H. R. Corley announces ceiling for the job, or a total from filled .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Today"
And I. The Quigley
Tow He .
of ctA -
The Heart that both of ATHLETES FOOT GERM' :' J
-I a Revival meeting will be- sources $200. In any event Edna and Leonard Nocgel and <'t ,
of The People" the Veterans CARD OF THANKSI KILL IT* FOR 35c. I ;
Baptist Church gin next Sunday. May 23rd at the Administration will Miss Vivian Hazen have returned "
Church of God. not pay over 165: per month to wish to express my deep appreciation IN ONI HOUR. 'a.
from two
weeks' inHendereonville
southern Baptist' 'Church For AU People Capacity congregations continue Rev. Coy Laws evangelist of veteran. In training without de- a North Carolina, to my many friends for .II."sat.. ..........'.,veer,..5h4.. en.y arRoNG.......ra't Ael&' ', ""

to fill the First Baptist Church Port Orange, Ky., Will conduct pendents and $90 to veterans In and will again participate: In the :, their kind expressions of sympathyand .....f'I.N&TRATi'.S.we.. TEeOL es.d.Itl,...M'. "...aio.aeL.. r It" v(. I
for the It
Starke as the Pastor brings time- the services along with Rev. Cor training with dependents. service of the Tabernacle. The lovely flowers during MORE ,...... ON CON f ACT.- T.....as j '
':43 Training Union.6:43 Firms recent bereavement. I
School: In Bradford county wish- my assure
8nnday ly messages on the needs t Sponsor will bring the message
of the
Worship Evening Happy Hour day. This ley.The Ing to train veterans, must be approved you that these tokens of your I j
ing l Sunday at 11 a. m. public is cordially Invited k "
the Pastor's by the Division of Veterans '. ,
8:00 message will be "Our to attend. t
11:00: Education of the State Department ,
part Now", a message to meet I of Education. ( :R
the County
challenge of the
Morning Sermon<< "Our Pa* Now" The Christian Church Superintendents, and service officers NoRunaway t. i I
evening message at 7:45: : .
: ,
assist and
can the
.evening Sermon ,-."Were You There" will be evangelistic Bible School 10 representative ;,,' .' "
: : "Were You I a. m. of the Department of Education : 1 .
There?" The Happy Hour continues Morning Sermon 11 o'clock: : for Bradford I
7:80, showing the religious picture, Cjunty Is
lwday etrnlng to be a blessing to( all who "The Cry of the Sinner". H. Harris Sasnett .5 '; .5 5 '
Son I supervising Inspector :
"The Prodigal love to sing the request hymnsand Sermon 8 "How ; + :
Evening p. m. located in Jacksonville.Mr. : t.-u.
choruses of the gospel led far away Is death, heaven, hell?" Sasnett will be In Bradford ;. [ ;

:.l IMlt The Church With The VINIUsgreetor"e by the piano and organ duo. Prayer Meeting'ednesday.8 county on the first Tuesday In .-- ....... .,f\ H

Sunday School attendance con- p.m. 'each month. His next visit will I
tinues to break all records for Young People's CYF* Friday 8 be June 1. Additional information j ,i J it .
\Inflation '
'r previous years with the latest p. m. can be obtained by mall. .< J'(
class addition a Young Men's II;<
And 'SEE HEAR Class taught by Albert Lee Cros- ST. EDWARD'S Jake Johns Loses : \\t! : ( i
In --- by. ... ...
Training Unions meet at 6:45: CATHOLIC. CIIfJtCH In .' : -\ I .
i'ur the training In church mem- Sunday Mass 10 a. m. Election returns from Clay your .. .'!. .y" t t' ,4
bership and enjoy an hour of fellowship Sunday School 11 a. m. County disclose that Jake John :,' ''r. \;
New RECORDETTE and discussion. Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m. was defeated by Fred Davis Sr., ': i
te e Mid-week service will find the -Father John O'Dowd. Pastor. 141 to 104 for the office of Con ltectric 8illtitS// !i'H' *
IWILCOX-GAY\ Pastor bringing the message on stable, Dlst. 3 (Kingsley Lake). : : )i ii" ;

viable Radio-Phonograph I Tuesday the reason night for will the again Bible be books."pic.i PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS. L< 4 _p__ F i" 1 ; 1 1I I

i ture night" at the church showing 10th St. and Temple Ave. e .
d RECORDER! 8995 : the religious picture "The Prodigal Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.: Morn- I I i,
I Son". A cordial invitation Is ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ': t
ke Your Own Records From Radio! extended to all to worship at all Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone 1 1 1V :
Mike. Records As tow As JOe services, and to visit.the church welcome. .1 c t, i iS ic
J' I
with the visiting pastor
th. rt'J

Methodist G. I. Payments "I i I Ii i ivU

Couit and Church Increased "If" ',. t',
as. Madison 8U. "Keepers of the good name "ofGod" Explanation of Veterans subsistence ( 'f..to
will be the theme used lb.
Sun- O. I.
-.. day morning, May 23, by Rev. W. Bill of for Rights training(P.under L. 346)the) all''a- ". -- FUEL MATF1PiAlS f. 1.t. 1. i iwA >>
J. Churchwell. s ivr 7. i iIRLAT10Nt ,
pastor of the First mended recently by Congress allowing Croackers oic quroM '
30c lb.
Methodist Church. This will be single veterans a maximum / !

(TURN Justice T. Frank HOBSON the: ,closing service of the Con of $210, veterans with.one ,, L'r' !'
1 1I
ference Year and all members are dependent $270 and with two de. Jumbo SHRIMP75c $ / / I h f.
urged to attend for and fIIt.f
a spiritual 'pendents $290 will cause some disappointments
To The .beneficial hour. for some veterans.The lb. \ /,

Every lover of good music will celling will depend also on' the ". ". F .3' f ., i
IUPREMECOURT enjoy the musical l treat in store wages to be paid the trainee up- Sea Trout 45c lb 'I
for the service at 8 o' 'or I,
,, evening on completion of training ;
v4' i.1
4' clock congregational singing of j journeyman's: pay. It a' Job pays ,
familiar hymns, led by O. S. New- $200' a month when training Is SNAPPER Steak I :' ,'r i I I
comb. completed then the trainee will I In spite of inflated operating costs, we're still/ 9'1 ,: I I; '

Young People meet at 7 p. m. continue to receive the difference 65c lb. selling you electricity far cheaper than,we did ten 1 iJ ; i

Sunday. New officers have been years ago t
Vote For This elected and. four delegates have ELECTJ. Flounders 40c lb. .! ;.' i I" I I

been chosen to go to the Assemblyat ,,,. When you consider skyrocketing prices of just 17. '( t :'

BLE JURISTMay MtPlymouth in August. R. KELLYJ. BUTTER FISH F \ about everything else you buy electricity is the '" ;; ,J j'I I

The Church School Is going for- BIGGEST BARGAIN IN YOUR FAMILY IUOCET! : .: .. i
:\" .
25th ward with a very efficient corps 30c lb. .:; I J'. !
ot teachers. There is class for "
a ". "': .f : f ,
every age.. "
olhulAdvtrtiMfMnt) The Mid-week Service at 8 p. DRESSEDHeady ; \ ''I
m., Wednesday will be one of For The Pan f I'' I
I. .
prayer and praise for what has 1GIT I :
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA been accomplished during the MagnoliaFISH FUIIH! Pfl :_ CIMMJT .;. :,

Complete Line of Builders Supplies year. '." 'S ''f :L i f
ne 43 Across From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service {
Presbyterian Church f I tJ
i 'kt:
herwin-Williams Paints Fairbanks-Morse James Warren Kaufman Minister ", I ,J\ f d.
Paint Your !lions Home Water Systems Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock. I 1 .
And Pay by ;The Month L Terms) If Desired.-_ Sermon theme, "Living: in"the:"wll| .' .*. f n ', ,il I'I I'f' ,
of God. There is a common '
saying that "Man proposes andGod ( "
disposes". This does not
I If
Irk-Butt Asphalt Shingles (Green & Blue) Building Hard- mean that God is always defeat-

re- Hardware Cloth Common and Finish. Nail- Asbestos Ing our plans. But Isn't it a good .i& ;7zc2 ('1il q4jjIjg1J.4 I II
Siding; Cement Mortar Mix thing that some of our schemes I I,

are cancelled by a power higher '
than our own? We welcome visitors \
UMBER All Grades MOLDING All Kinds to all our services. Sunday
School every Sunday morning at R. Kelly, the leading
\ :35.:: : Parents should bring their candidate for Tax Collec r

BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS children to Sunday school and I tor, thanks his many r e
then i remain for the Adult Bible friends. Hs&v&ie lie

I Class. 1. He tout woR.rd for the other air + ..
I Westminster Fellowship: Cometo man for IS: year S
the morning service and hear -2. He ha prepared hlmnclf. to
the final plans for the meeting of be of service In the
matters. .

!IIGANTIC WASHER SALE today. of County affairs. .4 .'.:'-1.1., ,,-.. '. j I.. I J
8. He dtftervea a promotion. .
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ';H ...', t t z
4. He will ever be grateful for "
Large Boxes Sunday: Church School 10 a. m.; your vote and support en that in order for our state to continue rapid expansion i' i!,' 1 1S

FREE Morning Service 11 a. m. May 25th. ,, In
and development its affairs must be administered
SUPER SUDS 'Friday: )Vestry Meeting 7:43: : 5. For Tax Collector. t I I
e p. m. Vote for>> one: in a fair, impartial and economical manner. Such a t
WITH Rev. S. W. Creasey I f i
J. R. Kelly I X' policy must be guided by a Governor; whose hands: are y i I i
Vote for FULLER WARREN t ,
free and who has made no political promises nor campaign r" I
for Governor. The FARMER'S y
Today's Best Buy Among (Paid P<>l. Adv.)
commitments. j
Quality Clothes Washers !)eee--_ .. ---,_ I _.-____ I 1"I
i ri I'
It is this pledge of wholesome, independent government : w.
To The Citizens of Bradford County: i, t

Only plus a background ef training, experience and elf I
Here's today' outstand ... I exprrmi to you my deep I II

$ ing value among quality appreciation for your support proven ability which DAN !McCARTY offers you. ; A\

119.15 clothes washers-the bell In the Primary May t > e 4 I II

liant new Hotpoint!Come ia, 4th and earnestly ask your ; I. II

and see for yourself the important ,I t artlvn support for the second I. .. 1
ronv.n/.ns/ T.rma advantages it offers e .
Primary May 25th.I
ND.s/lid in performance! economy ,
and durability. am grateful. for the wondrrful .' f.
For extra year of trouble vote given me In the "

free ,service Hotpolnt's flmt"Primary and with your

quiet smoothrunningmechanism r.'t help and support can and ON MAY Z5th t :

is permanently .i
I will win f>n May 23th.I
lubricated has only four
moving parts! Its selective .shall devote my full timeS ... -' Sr

pressure wringer equipped and effort. to the duties. of t :'
; ; I
with safety release convene this. high office and do all f

lent hand rest and two-way within my power to make a _

r{ drain board. 5, I record. an your .sheriff of t r

u.rvw r Hotpelnl's Thrlfllvoler which you will be proud. I
__ _
creates three gentle' but pos. .. have from the be&1nlllDI'.oDllueted'

hive actions-proved in 10 a clean open and honorable campaign for .sheriff.I .

years use to be the right washIng have made no pledges of deputies or other peivion. under : fi 'L'r

s principle. Let us show me and hate not furnished money *to buy whiskey or other f I,

yon this matchless Hotpoint Intoxicating: liquors In connection with my campaign. I shall t' t 'r.
value today! not do this In the second ITImary. If you have heard rumor : ss

to the contrary, they are without foundation. DANMtJUITY t .1

I desire to be elected sheriff .f ou* county by honorable and

just. mean and to return back t* yoo, the dtlzetm of oar county
a IuD meaaure' .f honest, competent and faithful aervlae. I

.-..... shall e.ter thl office If elected without blM .r prejudlee to-
wanU any one aDd shall treat all eltt eo. of one county with
Just and fair eowdderatiM.

I wn retuning my own MM and mot taJdns part' In stay race
i1Nflr W to1NKLER to the eoataary are not
or race of other people. Any nmora
well foonded. I, with the help,e, my frleeMb. am naanln my .


nonT. .. .
Phone 166 C. (Clayton) CRAWFORD 1r tt If
2.22.& C'APV PTM) ,
_,_ Temple Avenue Starke, FU. (Pd. Pet. MY.)

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and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AV OR DIN A NCR ni Tnl k Mr. and Mra H. C. Wall JamesE. :TIIH I'MM OF PHOPKKTV AHITTI'MO SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall Crosby. Inspectors.PrerlBrt .I publish thin, OrderIn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR maiden nem5'nt; and J
for a' STATE OF FLORIDA to: OIV TIIH NTHHfrrM IIKHHIMAK'TKR bn published Pr..uh I STATE! OF FLORIDA to. Mrs.Rosetta
r' vacationing once a week No. S H. Clerk.J next weekly Isauea. Telurrraph
children are Halle, Jr, whose residence : .
Bradford shell r
TO HKKIIlKITIAI. successive weeks official Enposlto peBonls whose In
nKHCKIHHI In the K. Brown, Clerk Arnold Urlffls, Witness my hand and neat UbU.
"', month at the cottage of Unknown. k PUHPOMKM/ ONLY AMIJIIO1I County Telegraph, ,, residence and address. let Pletras-- tour 1 1
I V. s.'st. John and e. W. Hayes, Florida. thin Maya Weekly
Lake. l\lrl'l You are required to appear onJune |- >I>U THAT NO NI'ILDl6PERMITNa11Ald. (SEAL) I* A. Can.va. Inspectors neat, at Slarke. ails Pntenia,. Italy \\"Ilnua Illy h"n bh,
: Olive Dell on Kingsley 21. 1948 In the above .namedCourt BH IMftlKI; Chairman City Council. Preelsiet !No. 4 OraleeCarl 1048.- J. Thomas. ,I You are required to appear on ::48 tarke rlurldt Id g
and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks T..J..JIIIY: TIIH irv nfHTAHKM ATTEST: ( ofeId Coin. June 21, 1948 In the above namedCourt Ili.
Clerk ..
Broughton John Sur.
) A Clerk (
COIIIT.Marrle IIH\I divorce Bradford County > FOR AN AMOUNT .1e811 Carl John., .
City Clerk
IK C.RC'.f.T 1\: t'Rt- .. publish I this OrderIn r .... rent), Flake Watson and Leslie l.y Uicllle. C. Conner, D. C. and cause wherein plaintiffelks .,
FLOn)1/A Telegraph lAN I ao.IMHI.WO .. A" .1JI
d COUNTY. ; ..u... weekly :Issues.Witness TO TUB HONOKAIfUR MAYOR Jones Inspector J. H. Harrison lAW x..han" tilde.laeksnvllle divorce Bradford County Clerk of ..
ry IIIHY. next 'BB IT OHDAINEn HY Turn CITY of the City of Htarke. Bradford ., Fla. Telegraph shell publish this OrderIn T Frank. "tilrrandrum
Ballrialntlff.. JamesORDER mv hand and official seal COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF tlamltyFioridat. I, hereby Pverlnrt !No. HamptonW. 5IY .14 4t e.4 next four weekly Issues,
r M. Hall", Jr.. Case, No. 5A" at Rtarke, "Florida thus May IS, .HTAKKM. IJRADio'OHD COUNTY, that. the above and. foregoing certify Orel/In. U.Ullmartln.II. Urlffln.and Clerk J. ,E.R.Adklns F. Oval' ,In-T, Atty. for Plf.. 1 Witness mY hand and official I ncrtl Atty for I't.Z.U'II\ .
or J'URI.TC'ATIOS 1948. I FU1HIOA! anal. wan duly passed. by the City spectors.Preelnrt. ('lItf'I r. roi'nr. lilt UI"ORII Rt Mtarke' Florida" this May 10, I
(OFFICIAL SKAT.' ) A. J. Thomas. SECTION 1. That after the paa- Council of the City of Siarke. Dr"". No. It T....... I ('OtMTY. FLORIIJ.\I IH.,%- 1948. H.ProveslASTRiiij.
A" Clerk of said Court. lace of thin; Ordinance It shelf be ford County.Florid*, on .the 18th W. H. Slbley, Clerk, lluy| AI..rm"n.1. ('KR Y. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, DotGl
(*. Hobert II nunran. 1017 Lynch ItldK. unlawful to line any of the property .II day of May 'A. 1>. 1948. U W. Alford and Kenny Thomas, Nestor Warner Hopkins. Plaintiff' An Clerk of said Court. ATTOIt
( Jacksonville, Florida. hereinafter named and deMcrlbfd Carl Johns City Clerk Inspectors. VIJ. Crystal Pearl Ferries IlopklnB 1 T. Frank Landrum, Htarke, Fla. IY:
4 At?y. tor Plf. 5-21 4t 8-11 for any purpoae other Ihanr"h'.ntlal TnI' ABOVW AND FOHEOOINO Precinct 9in. T New RUerft Defendant Cane No. OS**. Atty. for Pit. 5-21 4t e-11 I Phone 3.uU
: t 1 purposes and that no OHIHNANCK was .. PITBUCATIOVAND
by me W. Andrews, Clerk K L. Kelly ORDER OK 33
.. building permit "ball be issued to and approvedl by me this 10th TO API'KAIi. roi'HT.: : N'eat
Day I': A. Sapp and J. J. Moody Innpectors. NOTICE! iv ruin IT nntnFomtrol'NTt. \4hJey
any pomon firm or corporation to of. diay' A. I)' 19U. STATE OF KUHUPA tu: l'rv.'ltl .. .I.OH.O.t:.. l>..
J build any building on said property.. Harold C. Wall, I Prerlnet No. 8' llronkerU FVnrl Ferries IIopklnH, whose. residence -,i I ('EIIY.Tenlsa J.ICKSONPIIJh:. t
r i ? t1o! W.C.T.V. f>xi-i Florida R Oalney Clvrk.' J. V. Edwards, Is Unknown. Renee Baaenjue Duvallon.Plaintiff .I
of the value of at lenatt 6-21 2t 028
w+ 5,0a 1 LOU, BiiliI. property nelnK moreKpucltlrally ,, Hi.. Lloyd I'advett, and Lloyd farry.. I I You are required to uppenr on vs. Joseph Fnllx 'AndrePsn
Inspectors. June 21. Hid. In the almve iinmedCourt Duvallon Defendant. Cane No.
di-Kcrlhed follows .
; ,CJoilly.. >Ioralm'rll'B cannot Commencing of the Intersection at Northwest of corner Kay. 1'IIIMtltY' ..1t..J..o'VIN \, Jl'J'IoN 4, Chairman. Board of M County O. Harr.ll Commissioner" ,. seeks and divorce cause and, whi full>roln,rare plaintiff run-, 6564.OHDRR OF PUBLICATION v 1 1STA1'NI
be maintained If the end Call Streets. and running I to.lv and cniitrr-l) of two inlm.richildren1 1 AND NOTICK TO 1 AI'PRAI'* PAIHHISE!
young tot I Wet on' north aide of Call Htr.."t At a meeting held nathe" 13lh Attest: A. J. Thomas, ClerkOFFICIAL irradford: County OF FI.onfDA tt>: Mr.Joseph .
t ? womanhood of the nation I* 3 i'u' to the Intersection of day i.f MHV\ A. n. 114)1 the Hourd qX ( SEAL) ItIY graph shall piibUHh thin Telo.1) Felix Andre Peu Duvallvn Dl Rheumatism I
major In liquor and minor In Cull: R'jt Broadway Streets: all I 'County.... CommlsMloners nf llradfnrd .. | next four week I V Ifimien.Wltnenn whose. reiildwnce and address let., "A I.MU
I said property lylnir bclnic and .nlv. Florida, appointed the fb|l- ClftCTIT. Ol'IIT. UN.tlPOhi' my hand and officialseal Hotel Lafayette 9th Mouth and Sort, Stiff MIISC
Paid for by duration. N lmntf. l In I the, city of Hturke the lowing r'llmarv Clerks and Inxiiectors for -oif.>Ti, ri.oiiiuAi IMCKnv. : c.-, at Ktarke, Florida, this !May Vnlvemlty Place, New York. New, JUST rub. (,,
Florida Goi Neua Florida, Illertlon to h* heM on 20. 1918.OFFICIAL. York refnthin/./mdt
Bradford County KrltniNof ( >d ) lliadford County the 4 day of June A. D. 194*, J. Ii>. son 'pot. Inu&nI, .
., KKCTIO.V: 2. All Ordinances. or Prerlnrt "l... 1 Frances Hrook Plaintiff, VR Clyde9r ( .t1i J..nu't; Th..m..1 You are required to appear jon to (eh. .h. l8 h"
Dun McCarly: l.svrfrr./: Brock. Defendant. Cano No. As Clerk June 21. IfMft In the above namedCourt BALM pan' n..
In conflict .
parts of Ordinances I ft Auxtln/ Clerk, Hid 10 'ff he
Harold I'earre. 6543. It. H.. 1n"'Ln.1111' Lynch and cause, wherein plaintiff .... ...., ., bnlmr
.. Luther Mi. .....
i' Hllllard, and Dan Starling! ORDRR OP PtTRMrATtON Jacksonville' Fh,. 6-U'' .1"....
Inspectors AND NOTICB TO APPEAR Attr. for Plf. 5-21 4t
ri I'rr.-lnrt %o. 3 \, Clark 8TATK OF FIXDHIDA to: t'lyde a.
W. M. Edwards, Clerk,. T. H. Wll M. Brock, when residence IIJ l Unknown iriiirnr (OIHT. nil ,..FOil"
(' 'T". KIOHIH. I l'4 ('II.- fyBy VY-Dlf) SE fcviCEW PhoneS
You are required to appear on C'1I:1t Y. L
i .Tune 14 194H. In the above named O..nulO .Ue BonlH. Plaintiff vs. Jlos.ettfl Tae .. Mrs. lIart
j 4TOfmmtmm
Experience Abilily Seniority WARREN FAVORS Court perks and divorce.CHUBB and'wherein restoration plaintiff of I'ane! "No.:Kspoi.i e586 de Bonls, Defendant.

.. Increased Pensions ,
t } r f m pmt mmIVhen
!Ir.( .

,41 The Fifteenth Senatorial. District Now. Possesses' These PRICELESS State Headquarter i SUMMER HEAT Makes The Pa

':]i' ASSETS in the service of SENATOR CHARLEY E. JOHNS.- Why give Fon .

1' them up just as they are at the peak of producing such great things fort GOVERNOR f I I You .Can 'Enjoy Vacation-land Bree*

,< .I our District? JarkaonvUle Fla. I Your Own Home With A .

May It, 1948

\( Mr. W. II. IlayeM, State President .tif.,r .r t[, dl Dearborn Evaporative Coole

dta+(,..,..i.a.r''' ;
( Federated Pension
'," ,f ) '"
..' .,J..,""j. ..',.. Florida!
t '', .' Gainesville, Florida.
'k : ',:J. I Dear Mr. Haye: When you go to vote on May 25th, be on the

'-.;<:' In reply to your letter of alert for any coaching inside the polls for any
May 10th. relative to my In' r
EXPERIENCE hb 'ut terest In the elderly people of particular candidate. We know what happen. '

t AND ABILITY ONLY FOUR Florida I wish to advise that
ra MEAN I r? o.., SENATORSEVERYTIIING at the present time, according ed on May 4th. Let's give every candidate

OUTRANK to the ivcordM there are 160,000 what's coming to him. The best way to do ?rt3
people In Florida above the
t age
COMMITTEE of sixty-five years.< There are this is for every voter to keep eyes and ears
I today 8.161 drawing an averago -'
of 'around "$87.00 per open while inside the polls. If you hear any xtV.

J month. The maximum being
II paid la 943.00 per month. Whileat of this coaching, please report it to your clerk.I .

the last session of the Legislature
understand that one official on the polls In
a bill was panned grantIng -

4 d to them a maximum of' Precinct ,Two was pulled off the Instructionsand
\ 00.00 per month our Governor
has not seen fit to grant this put back to stringing tickets for this

extra $3.00 prr month which
i,d has cost the elderly people a- coaching. ''J] Atl.l

round $3,106,020.00 for the past
I'm defeated candidate and didn't have timeto
I fellow year.If a
of his Senators Was
I am elected governor I
elected President Pro Tern without opposition the first time this high shall ace that yon are given solicit many votes.. I got 591 votes -

t honor has been bestowed .without a heated contest. law.themaximum,),r Yet I according feel thla to Inade-the, aBout 200 more than I expected, and I hold no I ., ...ti to't8s .
'4 \ ,
i quata,to meet the high"cost of ill will against anyone who didn't vote for me. I II ...l';I.1./........i' !'
HE HAS THE CONFIDENCE and respect of the people (of his District living Therefore, I shall, If I Mt4kd, ; ? t 1.

elected reconunend THANK YOU FRIENDS
Lacked 10 votes of winning the nomination in the First '.. ,
only Primary.
that you be given '80.00. per. Come In Today li
44.95 59.95
month. -
la These Amazing C101lu" )
t :, HE WILL NEVER BETRAY THIS CONFIDENCE and will continue to In.e counties It require .
" si.* months time aftei YOQ ,'Cool Comfort,
. : ,; 'serVe the people of both'eountJes without partiality In' the future, as in "* i ,quietly and Economlcall
.. .. place your application for ..
' .
. .I.' .' ,
the past just as If no line existed. between the two.. assistance. before' you get" a DEWEY 2 from.
final 'settlement. This
delay la due to the fact. .that On Call !

,x{ I .Charley': Tried & True You Know What He Can Dot the, State Welfare Board per- .
.sonnel Is limited In assistance .
t t / WHY'EXPERIMENT? worker. If I am elected, I .
shall see that this departmentof ..

.i: the state government shall

.1 be furnished with the necessary

Vote "X" For CHARLEY JOHNS time aNslitance limit to a to minimum.reduce the I Let's Elect DICK ER '

will also eliminate all red tape VIN from PaIn lIatk

c 1M) far as In possible. not tll Impair
on 25th the efficiency of the de-

(Paid for by friends of Charley John) patfm'nt.
I If elected governor I shall
f strive for a Social Security program County-
that will give protection .
to the widows, the sick and all ,

who are physically unable to for Our Next ATTORNEY
earn a living.: reKartltau nf GENERAL!

.age, who are In financial nerd
e.S of such assistance.Respectfully. .

your. .

(Paid Pol. Adv.)

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S JOIN THE pARADE --- CODe In And Take Adv n- I Sun. MOD. May 23.- 2I -. r ., .

'4 I JaJe'Exceptionally# Good Values EVERYTHING I i Walt Disney'sFUN >>ANDFANCY v.; e--'


MUST GO Bergen Dinah FREEEdgar Shore ';. ,b /

Also "Charley Comes Calling .

$29.95 RADIOS, Now 19.95 $6.75 dathroom Scale Now .00 And Latest NewsThee x .,.
;; ; .::May S5:-= ONIY'

t $17.50 Steam Irons. Now 8.95 LUGGAGE. 1.3 to 1.2 OFF THE GHOSTAND F t

7.50 WATCIIF..s & CLOCKS 1.3 OFF MRS. "
$11.95 Elec. Irons Now MUIR
He Is endowed both
by native
$12 Waffle Irons, Now 8.00 Gen Tlrrn..y, Rex Iran oiIton. ability and practical experience for the office. He is an'attorney 01<

19.95 Pop Up Toaster Now U. 5 Plus George News Sanders and Short extensive practice in the public service.. lie has ben an Assistant Attorney General. secretary for

$30 Liquidizers, Now $20 the Railroad
... attorney for the
W Overseas
U Thurn. Mar T'27
2a Highway Departmentof
$1.31 G. E. Coffee Maker Bridge District and for the

Complete With Burner, Now 500 FOUNTAIN PENS (Well Known DOUBLE FEATUREHONEYMOON Public Safety.


$11.50 ROASTER Now _.,1_, 10.00 His experience In affairs of State, his knowledge of sound practical for the
his training
',.0 ," $6.1A1 Thermos Jugs, Now -. .AI..95 Shlrk-y Trample, Fnuvchot Tone, office of Attorney General have government
Madison been gained during 1 12
Guy 20
years as the last
8.00 a lawyer in Florida .
$11.95 Pressure Cooker Now .50 And -
$1 STATIONERY Now years in State Service in responsible legal
capacities. to
THE SHOCKING Ills proven ability to cooperate with other
$%0.24 HOT PLATE bring about better things for the State and her
SHAVING CREAM ONE-THIRD OFF communities qualify Dick Ervin for greater public
Two Burners, Now .. :; ,: 13." MISS PILGRIM; service.

: 50c: Tooth Paste, Now 25e Betty arable Dick Haynes

$9.95 nOT PLATE .1'>> ." .._ Also N",w. Dick Ervin was the leading candidate for
= ;. .OO this high office in the First Primary
One Burner, Now ; r a $1.25 Shaving Lotion Now 25e -Fri. Sat. May a Z9
e DOUBLE FEATURE voting in Bradford County. Let's
'" rally around Dick caP'
$7.50 MIXER\ Now .. '- 5.00 25c Razor Blades, Nw( 5e CARNIVALIN Ervin and give this
able, qualified man from our neighboring
county a big vote May 25th.
.tLZ5 Perculators, Now ,. ,. .85 $12.50 Shaving Brushes Now $8 COSTA RICA

These Arc. Only A,Few of The, Items Un Sale. Come In and" Cesar Dick And Romero.Haymrs ZBIM, Celeato Wr Grey's Ellen Holm REMEMBER On.May 25 Y our V ote For RICHARD W. ERVINIsA

.: ,LooKa- Surplus Sale NOW ON I CODEOF Contribution For Good Government In Florida

Koch Drug Store_ Aim THE Chap.Jamea-Black WESTWith Warren (Paid for by Bradford County friends of Dick, Ervin)

BBfc Widow" hue CartOon' lc


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NE4:! of ) lCucIp4lo* S. T. R. !
lW'O 3 I 23 40 I E 175 tt of .. fl..erIptI.. T. It.
Walter 1'1 UI ft !-
E. II .
ltoto1 W'4 of Martin$ z.n I t-tF.: ot NP L. ot NII7I,. 10 ;
IIWo 7 n
denerlbeil ,
that the following land* will be nf NE &. of 1t34 of II Woo. fri. Or""n ,
NW5 : '
$&' I of $14ot IWIIf\ Nl44! of MI1' 10 7 U 10 ] tJrUfla .. ; : V
,,.hygIve 1 : day of My '*" at Stark. 4 of Z'W,8. 4. U toy: ,
the 31at the GO A. 3. Bryan NE'4 :8 1 22 Nlir NW.... of NSVtI" W : "I / "

.....Ion of Florida' to pay the amount due for tax.* W'4 of oIIWI" of SW\ 4 tI U 10 A. O. Brown Z.10 Com at IE> Coy of \VJ( O. n. Little n.n .t fly 11 1 U 18 F. 1. COMC" I.It .J.o. ,., 1 r t
St.t wuh 11 N\V \. of 8Jo4 of 3.14 ot 1'1'-, ot NlL S 360 tt of NW\4\ I"1", \he: san'. together Costa of Much Halo 8&4 G <4< 23 10 Eno & run ,
tQ Na"%l uf NE of L4EII II' U Andn..on .'11 'V 175 ft for pt of beg w NI V,4 19 1 22 I T. J. Alderman 173., ..
'1""It. 20 of : "t < 4
sit\. of oIIWI. ot MIllard n. Judd 2:1.01 thence runV till tt 1 0 1 .Ny. % $1414 14.1A t
,. NW'4 II' 22 20 105 tt Ii$: 00 In 1ollo Cur & E-3A f., '
tt N
s. T. n. ,4cr... Oner Ta,.. NV \. ot NI4!: 9 44 U JoU.ab.lh A. Edward. 9.1R ft 10 .Pt 01 beg 105 28 6 U ,..f N\V.... ot "' 1-:'. 0 t 1' ', '
All NW I. or S4 'V ot Urifti 1.10 W 66 ft .t SE'14.. ur 04E3. \v'1. A. Cook 1.::14 IIE'O U 1 U U 1\IInnie A. l\rar"ronnr: 1." ..i -t t .:
1' 1" //14'1 3. V. Edwartle Jr. : Hn'at l lie all :O'E.. Com ..t I'I\V' 'or of fiE' j I '
.1' 4 6 19 13.48 .. ot ot :O':1iJ.': ..,.. 21 6 U i! ,. "
ill IIlIad 120 Am.rlcan Tong Oruv.e. I IIW $I"J ot JUt 10 6 U All thAt portion ot Not \" 1 Ferry Sullivan l.tIt "t "SE'' .: ... 11 run N 3111 tt r

jI' oral 6 19 124'1 Inc. 3082 Com ..t NI.J. l'or of WI' .. 30 Everett' Illume 14 13 1'1lylnK': \V of "'aiHI ). for a p .I hog th.ni'.. ( J" tf

: 1 11 leO J. V. Edward.. Jr. 12:11'I. : or !
H 090 It W 201 rt tI \' Nt Ita home" or 314 ft N 11It\ 10 beg 19 1:12: vn..y WlllIam.on 1.9? ''I' ,

T ::40: ot 10 1 19 200 J. V. Edward". Jr. 43.1'i 30 rt W 4M3 rt N 4UU IIlr". 1. \v. M..r.. H. H. Lot 5 In K..I..r'. Ad.1 I 19 1 23 Emma JIzOt4. 1.11 :5( /"' '
rt SoJ 408* tt N 820 tt Houol..n 8 Ch". A. L.'Ia 23. 24. 2., a6, 21. '

:Nt'1': ot11 1 U 10 J. V. Edwards. Jr. n.13 1i 00,/ to l:: 'iJ..b.l JenkIni. & 1'1x I Lot to 214 III C. J. 'W..k' 1'1.1'' 19 7.. U John & Etlt.l Thornal I.IS ''f" r' ; 't
13St '
3.4 .,. :\I..llrl..o JodwRrd": 28 6 22 K,1" of NW'14; Itx lOA : : :
sW'; ot HI / of NW'.. 14'1 II 23 U t Lot Ah"ut 82 ft wide J'lancUn&- Center Ino. 541.47 In Nf1 4'.,,' 21 1 22:! 30 T. J. Alderman S.11 '\ 'I'
,, ), :>?:&" 1 u 140 A. A. E4warc1... 8.83 E' ot $W' ot I'J1L' 11 6 23 'V. A. Tyln 3144 1'3 46 V by 16 N & "La "t N\\ t. nt KW'.. 2" 1 2.l: 20V.* l'. lop.r .8* 1 I ;lit

13: W ,I ot HW',. ot Nl:14, .. 11 II U 211 "lIkno"'n 3.88 I 04 IIouitd.l. nt't.i' by 14L8 ut "SI4I.' of S":'. U 1:2 2B t'"lt,,, Frl.on 1.4D .::3.1. J"

SE... li.4!: 'l.t S'tV ttwoLN n1\ 20 A. u. HolI'.rs 3.68 Welter $I on II! by 101..1. :11\1. "t HI..I'\\ rot N.S 3M 'I 2J: 111) John, Jofl.S 1.... '4- ,. : I ft.,

r E otu 1 11 5 Unknown 2.11 I 04li'1 of & : uf lII..r..hRII nit 'V by N'I\ \\00 of U 1 22 40 WllSefd Tltoma. .G' Z ,
ELIE of }.4 uf l'';&!! ot I'IW' 11 8 23 80 1 04llco,. 8 1..wIH on N I.". 11. SIt \.rI1011, fluh I 'J: "I'1 :

a 7FL:" ot 6 Z8 10 Ch.ater 1\Ioody 11.90 FJ'4 ut NI'I4 of HW \. 11 8 24 f1'I..rrlll' : Pl'.V,1t l.tl1 by !Ilk 13 1. T. 8 l..H lIly .t NSV'11. ot NN'I. N Y' ,
1 \ \ 'ot $W',. ot 8Jil'. 11 *6 2t 10 ('Am..r"'n "love Co. 3,1Vio Add 2. 8 22 "nkn"wn (of Ilnatt.n A. Thllr...... [t .,

E ,t SJ I4 W12 6 10 2t Fonnl. Crew. 1,89 Woj, of 04VL.... ot 1011'1' U 6 2t 20 20 l'a..hAIl Ilro., 449 Orl.1 'Ioin ut ,$...r... :: : 3.09 Iton.te, 29! 'I 22 '1'. J. AMerman lot \ 3 ,, ;
II... ot )110,. or Nfr,4, ot l..1II..1.0" I Stove Co. 3.D I.t I f1lk I & land 15of : .All NE', otII:- '. 1 11't: 14.A

I A I EU 20 U Je".I., Lee Lu..nby. 2.05II NWI4 14 8 U I.nt to NU..t H. T. Walk..r 01R 1'1111.. 2'1 1 22 J8'll1al' ... 6 8\Vt(4 ot 1'I'hoA.\ 1-J. William 399 I1lk 6. IIl1mpton I'I..k. I.>>S "
.0'E.:-; 8"4 14 6 23 1,111 Lots J. 4. IIlk 1 )Ir... Annti. 1.0n ODd win 11.3:1: 1:13: Mre. S..rah Urll..r \
40 I.G3
III C lh\ 24'1 HB lImpire Lumber Co. 25.44qIIIk COOl at N\V Cnr or !sl'4' Johnaon 154 1.0'' I. 3. Blk 18 I x1' So.,( (It NE'4 (If sI4'l" lit f, .'
i3 8 ot M:11.!: ..f $N1'. 33 80 ilardi" .& \V.l..r L89 "f
1 2:3:
10 1.. H. Or..n 8.88 "" ws rUn r. 6:1.1.: 23 tt Carl RIt"h : j ..I.
811 I.'1 1i 3; I 10 ft for pt nf beir thence 1 I.ot ei.ii' 22 tt 2 In JoJut 80.04 All I\ir> \ ot N\\1.' lot NE'4> ''I f 11I

; Unknown 1." run S 139 ft K 285 ft to N\\' t'.r of I."t J of114k I hat lip" 44 (It Ity ..q.urti'e'k ,\ :

RI..r u'i: : 8:0 6 20 III) America Tong Orov.. hoed N 13I ft W 263 ft 20 & run II 41 ttI' .l. I'S 4."% 2. 32: 10 SW. S. Swindle: I.... /', .,
to .A 11 'hll I Inn of \V' a I'J.
beg i I".t .
' 1p Inc. 19.115 1' 6 :23! 2Ir. : 21' 3.4 tt N 41 ft t..
10 'Amtorlcan: Tong Orov.. 1 Lot In NW Cor of SK" .. Lixile l Clark S.03 Call I Ott th..nc. W to l't ot NI1:11 ot ptI4i: lyIng I j 'I
29 4 10 1n. of 4Nti 8 II by of I.eg 'I Tom 1It'r..1I l'7 ot Ity 3 S U 3 Tony 'rum..o LbS I' .' '1
'JoU G5.
: t\vN\ ir
American" 1..ot. 2 4. IJlk U Ex W W'0' I'IWI' 'V ot fly ." .
10' 2. Tune Orov.. 16 8 23 \
80 6 Iflc.i Com at NW Cor or !SIii''.. 2 Frank Clark 1.69 .78 ft' Leon O."nlIo NI IO.A In !oW! t'ur *12 A U 18 J. H. Lawnn.. .... I ). ''II! ', '
41 U
1 5.11 ot NE & un & 3U 'VI 01 Lot 4 ot Iilk 25 1'1' I. II. Jennings ILlS 'lit. rica..... ".....1.." a. rqc..rdrd : .. t:'

.nX" ot ft for a pt of beg tt .t Lot 3 ot Hlk t. "Ia' 1....... sit. Ie. ......et:\ 1:1: .8.. :1:1: 1 '

1 4 .:. 81'31 840 AmerIcan Tung Orove. thence run 8 139 ft K EnO J. 1"red lay 64.12 I..t .I. I"k) ,S ('harl?, Oual.y I ..'1' 1' I
4 10 311 I ft N 139 '.(11"14. Ilik A "" \\'. 84. HeCIIh4ItA 1.tl1'rat f" ISublily ',1 ,
Jnc. 213.67 ft W 311 T"l :2 1 111k 27 Hx F. 10 It lllll l'RI'"IO, 21.4U* t I J'r
ft to pt of beg; 16 6 22 1 r.uther W\io ot Lola 1. 3. 6. & 1'1nlk" 2 ('irI \\Vo:: ( i J" ,
A. Clark .
I S\I'I "of0tNILl Com at NW Cnr of SRi' 2.49 III, .f 2. 4. 6of of of ,
.. ofof of NEV & run K 394 21 81.u.$ PUo..I'1t111 124.40 tlW\I 1 13 R 2:1: ("lrl 'ol1kow' f"1.lfM ",

:-:: \\3.\ 380 Am.r"'an" Tung 01'OV.. ft H 139 ft for a pt of Ink 39 "M .*$end.d on .. 3. 4. 0' IlIk j I.e'f'f' '
tI 20 I h.. 'I'hn' 1I..v'1 :NS I %, \ \
I"! .t w \ Inc. "; thence continue S : :Mlii i: II lOti' S. Of
Ia 8 20 40 MioerIaf\ Tun" Orove.. 91.15 83 ft M: 53: !) ft N 8:1:I :'inyrx:: : l 140 I" )1''.,. Th..h"'L" LAranlllllx, 3,21 NI.l\\ 11 8 22 A. *8. J.eatb 1.18. ,I .' 1 't'1
32 ::01 210 rt lIt 1\\> I. ot N1-1' "
ft :
mo'. 644 tt to pt ofThe'"s COIn I 1211 tt I It ut N> It e..r i
1490! ( .gW 1 ...t like I,:, IS C. 10:. Ou.le 8,13. '
'18 of :II Act I...... & lIay ste tt' 313 rt 13 I U
1'14xa WIlRon. 6 22
13 6 20 9.29 t' in. C. For.yth 6.29 I In NW "
272 ('or of 04W 5
ft "
of t 1 h. run N 1111' rt 14 63ft 2't I 1'1.
f ,
r NtI "t'uf .. portion of NRI' nf NwC" 04! \1' $13 ft NS4 IS: 14 23 2S. !'1. *lbl.y I. 1//

\I. itroi.k, that He* H of liniid I jj 8 *3 l't. of lt..r IOU 6 23 1..11..11. Irlllh 541 All 11\ 8 U 84u A. '.5'. 110bn'Ann' 39.76. :;r, .

,er !flI'fl4 & W&'f; NI':!. ot :Nw'> !. of 2 .T. J. Pndsett 3U1 1 I..t 120 II N & 1'1 hy a NI'; ', or M'IV', of NIt'S" lit '
NE'4 'a 4 8.241., It IT .0 W h..1 f.,S tn NC..r..r. sb:' J

.,.,......II'.' Hule ___ '___. __ .- ".__- -.,_ u__ 1 Acre. an decrlbed In'u u." u jii.. "". Stanley 3.UO..cl r..il-I'; ; :; :' hyilaystN .t Ni': : 41'2! 11 SIr.. 1... :\lInn.l"k, "UII" '
0 .A .IeIruIl I "n& I ..rove.. : :- Ja. $ 1.n.; J' /
0' 1'1\\ .f NW' 25 R:2 :0( p s
I nook 64. pane. 81 16 22 > h\' .\. I I. h'I'ra, 'IVIy f. 'J!
4.5 'I 2B In. 3.1If! About 2 1 O .\. 11 lilffls 14 21! 1"' lIt 1011'11. ..t 141\1 I lIt 'I'.
... A In SM,: "r of 1.1".1 & I' by. 1 ,. :
I s 1 20 10 Am..rh'all Tnn" Grovc S:5 Sloe B. Fl'''''. Atrl. ,.. -j,
that .portion nf ,, ,
In,, 1:1: ,, f 1'.11 I'll I.x: it .Ireet urni. .
, 21.91 Nl.l''i that lies W otA ...." Mt1i,' 29 8 23 br r.. H. ,IeflfllngTN. 1111,0:1: \\ II', .It ..t :N 1.3 tf ) f'1 t. I
"f of I ) //I .'..hn D&.'. ..Ia. > ,
11'1. It'.nd .1\1'0 1'IV 9 'I :3.! t'
L 1\fr. AlnuL Shaw 16 6 22 2:! A. Carter I..t 1 ut Iilk I .\. I.. .\1.l.VIIICR I'a '
1 20.,820 61.03t 2n 1 4'''),' At I .. 2,4 \
r .
18t "vrt of that portion I .\.hllll.I I I ii toStarko IIN 'ri \ ; IiI ,
IIof I "f "$'.KM: or NlI1' that 28 8 23 Clyde "1 ('ol..on 2.1:1: i'm 14 I III for a :

I I. 1 2'1' 'III 44)) Atlph AIph ,A.\. Jln..n tln..n 38,12 U.14 lie* R of hood n:\ ((6 8 23 5 L.'A..I.| L. Clark I..t :8 1111 I I. .\. 1.. At.Vi14CZ I.t ..r tog. I'h..". .. I'Ill t 11: i 1" ,
8 1 20 :N> 716 ft of that p.n-tloii' 1.10 A.II. I... Stark 28 0 22 H..lt Y. Alvares 24)116I .UU II tt III$) It W !lUll t

,','rll'" ot ::01 Moorl'an TUfl4( Oil nf SK'4 ,,f :Nl'4.: that I.ut 52: tl N &. 04! hylOr. ft N 210 rt I" pit of" 4 : 4tteg
.. 21.r
1 20 1\1111. I lIIC. 38.12 2'1' II :32! 2 1'. B. 0,11"11'- 'Sr
\1'A lie* Itmil 13 18 8 22 t.I I: & W h..lln.I..1I' I
\ ,10 .Am.r"'un" Tung 011I 'll1kr 6 W. W. WIllinBhnm 1.81 ... .. 1J"j ,
ullll": ', II 1 20 WH nf 1 N of U 2 W l.y Br..1. Itt N bllH'pr 1 1..1' I.'ilI.I II,, 11I3 !
I Mill.... Jnc.- 429r.d lit SK'i: nf Illk I N> nf & II! lIy 'rYII'" 38 8 21 11. I. ilitlre* 3.85I 1.,1 1I".k 52 "" 11''' .Id; 21 //I 1J3 Albert \'alIIIo.U.. j J 3 c I

I"lk 11 : ;i'i10. Rohn It 3 W> Tcinptep" Iot 105 f1 N & 1'1 "vlltl 1.lIn", """,'), :la.tsI: to ::1:1: 1S.19' t t tI..t
8 1 20 1' D. 29.0&I. "1-1) tI 23 7 p.uby Cook :2 I tt it ok W ......11..1..1N 1'h. SW % or i.t.t :2 i S. If.>, I' ..t..r 10.11 t i' r fi,
'of'1 3.51 5ni J. "
4 .
IIt Bile ,1.1". K>4 nf SK'i: of NW'/i ,I's' :Mittitie lie ,'oll..y 10." '
3. W. 'I'homa.. 6.56I7 ChaR1bl.
1\1. "
U. I"
I 'I Z. A. T'III' LIlt 1 "
I'IEh 141 II 22 It 04 { U' 23 I
: lIy .lIpy
Jtleusdale 5 F B Shunk 1 29 '. t:. COlto'n III.OS "I t. II
401tarry 3.69
1 20 iii'" "f NR'J! of NH'i\ 17 6 22 jo Hurry O. Htrolifeldt 1.11 I I ii I f.Arte, "ulln'I.rd. N I Iy, I bait 18 (I.2': ManselO 111.111' 'It.'? [ I J" "?

a ::0.\\1\: \ ofIf I.. N> 31)0) ft of that pint' Inn 'rVlla I.i lIy 1 I'u"ct St. 1,01 II! ,,'. 10.1" j4 IN'
13 'I 20 222 }f. Hou/l"l1 47.7'of of NJ,; of L..t 21 \ II. Scott: 1 I I141i
1111'1. l' /. NW'4 K of hy "h'I..I"n, I'll. 4zN J. LI..n 1 ." It .1 f. \
3U H. I.. Hough 53iINW It.
U 1 20 Hond. 8t N 14j lit I..t 2. ,Iii
,f sEL. 3.10:\ rt of t.y0 I'.III'Y 110011)tInt N"&n A. 1-'lIulkn.1' 15. '. 1 ,.
: % Carlton NW", nf NBW' 8 22 14 nennla Smith 2.K ? ii.'i'e L..t. .2. 0 2:1: ItIlY {'ley) 9,14I.hh..to. f 1..1 38 II, Whl..don. 111.1' ,". 't. "
80 n. R. 5.29I F..11 'I'
If Ro.d Iii 1 24'1 W'i of KI3H of NWtJ .... 'rllh" A Ru. 441.1-UI. y 01 I4: .., I':' ::1$ 8 ::1:1: 1..1 H 'i' 1'
... ...... ,, "N ::1:1: "
I md tE'I 2-A In SW 1"01'I' I.nt 2 H' IIlk 13 .1. \\''. 1t..IoI"a"l\. U.III.I.ot lad) .h. I ..11. :2 31: :III' C. A. ftmln.an 10.!' t'. '

\ \\0 ofI 1-A of KH: of SI' '4 of ::1. 4. !ilk IJ )I..U" Itiriiui, 1.111 1..1 H ". 10.18 1., /
Pierce Ir
100 C. F. Fadget5of 6 3 II. I Il.ut
iii 1 20 I.nt I 11 I I, NW'4 |U 8 22 1 19) 1<:rn..t bell 1.7S 1.otM I. 2. 1111. 1 13 0 'IV \'. 1. Eo.w 10.'. 7 7I
811'\. : '. of NWU! EXW 113 fI ..if 1I11.a 15 & 16 U .
I Mil", ufAofN'4 : l.(1211l IS 8 23 I 11 Klllot Tyon 1.18 & 1'1: c.t 44th. 1 11 & 18 ).Iick Cteliliiil If 63 I ...IIu.. ""..rl.. I ..tl '.,. ::1 1"-:111" : .8.. :.42 2' J ':I/fl' I''

1-3 ot NW'ot\ NI-}'", Lute .I. 2. bIlk U :I..k. t'.n,, I r.I. .:.3I. \ 1 II Scott 4.U I ; III.t

8 6 .. oft A NR'of' NWl 18 8 23 (3 Cad Tynon 1.29 I.: 8M rt .f, I.nt :8.t Itlk 15 1.:11..1. "'1'.0" 2.01 1.,1 II 14 I'W... T.11. 1".1. 1.1It ; II' I If

:,t. l.tS\\I\ :A 1I NV:, of K 2-3 of NWI4\ M 38 tt if I.nl 4. bIlk IST 4'iknawO ..II 11; ,. f fL..t
I..t 't'
'. of NKV 1 I. 6 23 nvm.\ Tyon.. Jr. 1.07 14 88 tt ot 1..1.. :8. 4. 15. I'I.. U. SmIth G.a8 ... .
A. I. Cro..by 11.91 16
I; tooI' .8 1 20 F. 3-4 nf NWVi> nf SR1J\ ID 8t3: :in lOan ItankerHon 11.12! tllk III 811'll l'.I'I\\In.. JI'. I 81 3:1: 1': 11. 1'.n.I.I"n 1." ,' I t.Jj
i iEl \\\or! of NK'i'. of SK'i' J 18 6 2:8: .. bIlk II! t'lIl'rl" 'I''n'r, II N4 I."t
"(4 or 17 n. R. ('arlton 5.29 20 1,. ... Onodwlne 3 !142! Lot I. 2. I C'. A. 1'-11111'1.:; : I ,
1 .%0 H /4 of NR'i: $ of KlO'i l 18 8 2:! 20 irnnat LIeu 3,9:1!): I.nl" .I. Jlllt 27 1I..r. 'IS IIlIlIm" S N4"V.411 t'IiIi4.'tIi'. Bradford C..llnly : { t: '
38merl..n Tun" Oil 'I'll' .
A A strip 100 feet wide I* rt lOt lot. 2. Jllk 21 hi" 9IIn toIhrrmlln, onI..t .. :... .. ,
11 'I 20 .l41ls. Inc. 18.flt. ael "a" 8 end nf W'4 of 2. bIb 31 ..ah.1: 1.1"1'.1 .111'* c t

I t..'. I 19 ,A 18 Mill.Am..rl"an. 'I'ung 011U 1.82 N l K of .'11': !/i ,K of Ln' 2 & I'I: 2 tt ot Lot I iv ( imiir < oi nr. mi tni'ItlN'M. ) ) I I BV, nf NiV4 of RW4. .Section U. liJ";. t l i M; i !
.Tlond 20 6 22 ot 1:111: 18 101.. LInt I. 1 t :25 .. 20 B', co"I I .1 J JtaliltilIt I 11
'I 20 0.59 1 Lln1.'y rirlffU 2.16 a l--|..)llllll \ tit 85. Touimhlp .,oh. n.n" .{
.40'V..P..Jlyrd Com at SI3 Cnr of H.. 4 Odi, tty WlllllIl11a 4.11 I I"Nnm | ,
U 120 '.nl 2. IlIk H 4 Fit % 20* C "" r : t. <
\t.or 0i I & runV 105 ft for abeif I.I.. Inant...... 'I'r..h" 0\ c...'a '...1111.... Cot "Iiii'ki :I" II 22Lota : Myrtlcu (1 toni.. Hun. hoi,'n. l'llt lit t II I ft, In whl. h ...e..a..., L II. f'' !: 41 '. I

11 It 1'1111 : pt of thence 1'1111N' a. 12 & H I II) rt ...f V N. Karl:, L I. tilt. n 1 hi''i'n, I liefendant. I Irein.Cvitlflcale. ,f: 1'' I ,;
10 rhllH Fi 105 ft W 105 ft 8 103 1..1 4. 1111. I It 1"01'' (Oro'.n 08 I 12 CUHU No. 6551 1 No. 20 of 1- \ \ii;
i thnN ft H 105 ft to pt of heir 20 6 22 7.eHter Pi'ovatt 2053 T.nla 1 1. 3. Hlk I..Ii. )1 ,I'". 1111"I 'I'rl'l'ell 827R1.nl. OKUKIt: HV, I't'llLICATldV "II' \1\1 to J I'
t025 1 20 140 f. if. Wnter' 16.19NlI Coin' at SK Cnr of Sec & .. A. I' 1111 I 1/1/ l''rlL A. I'ullk", I 64 AM I Ni ITItM: Til. AITKVII uilnce 1945. I : 1 ., t ,III..a"'lpton

:: \ E' run W 315 ft for n pt of 1.nt 5. IIIk U JIll",) .W"Uo 1811) 'I1'\1'I'' : ( IK 1.1.11111.\< I to: Km: I .1, of propel'ly ; ; 't l; [
Ping thence run N 101 7. 8. 9. 10 11. W of SH oor nf )"
Cornvr ; Kirlolanci' L..la 6. Haiiborii., 1' IIOHM. rvMldence. U un Com 1 ,1
I 1121 /orvI. 1.15 ft W 210 ft S 105 ft N 12 ..I IIlk 211 'VII). I 11,1111 I 19.62 known. Hec :25 I and run \V 40 i hichn N 211) I" 't I 8"I'I I

r XE'4, 11 II 21 2B. "''. T. Ilrann 3.811 210ft to pt of ben 20 6 22.:! T.enler Prevail 21.21 4. .,. .'..nu .'..IIIISo. $0 ..liii'ke. :SM II ::1:1H : Yon lire ru.4I|tili I '.*tt I lo apiiuar on 1 40) fhna B 2il chn.* 10 b.- r )f \i* I

n II 21 40 V. 'r. IIrAnn..n 1./13/ Lot* 2. 5A 6.j..J' 9 Ilk: 1 1... I't IIr I..t.' II & 1..1 8 June 14, 19II! I $. In the iihovn named Hlnnlnir.. Mmtltin 2. Township 7 1' .' : .

...I S2:1: 5 21 14 John T Klrl 1/13/ Sunny Suli-IMv: 21 6 2J H. .\. )fi.naana 11.51 1'1x I' K t.. of Itlk II lie ('0.ft.it and., caiiMe. wherein I pliitntirr t I I sill,, h. ,flange 30* HI, rontalnlnic l" t' ",j ; j
"II 5 21 40 W. Jo:. Sal'P 7.944I. Lots i 1. 2. 14. 10 It Ik 2 Ia nil 'IV i.f ,alII" tn St I II I 1IInll".a'L' 04.7:1: M"'k..* illvoi I 'i'e. I Hrudrord I tJiiuniyTel"niili I acre* mor* up !luau.Nituo4 ,' '

'. !54 I ot Sunny Aero Hub-niv 21 6 22 IT .\. Mnnaia. 11.53 14 1 8$ r.. (If 1..1. 1, 8 & all | Khali, ,pulillhh thl* (hunt In which ,i.ses.eit. ,. L. II. I : i 1 1
IlIr. 6W14: 27 G 21 80 W. F:. b4aoo 11.51I Lot 1. 2. 3. Hlk II. Hun 1..1". I'. 10 IIlk II /4, 14. 5l.Iniani 2.01 III haRt four weekly IMHIIA, Water, 'f'' i

: An' ny Acre Rub-l, >lv. 21 6 23 ir. .\. Mannima 408 tllgliis .s oI\ 'IIStIon: :t "lurk. :2'. II :22: I I AVItnen* my hand and. ,.""'Ial I Certificate. No. 181 Year-, of 1.IiIifliI .- r'' I i *I': :I f
SKi of !0I1 or SWV W 8 50 ft t.'tI /
Lot &
LIE': ''I of seat I at Hiurka' Klmlilu, thin May
!! :13 49 25 I94IV :
26 II 21 41 Orew R.II'ah' of Road Kx 2 A In of IIlk I I .lIlIrr lit ltrre'tt; Co. 1148 I 1 1'I i if ,
34 5 at 40 W. F. Sap" 1111f13S 1 SB' Cor 21 6 22 n I J.IK." nubeck (243: I.ot ::1. "Ik :2 I N J. I'rl'l'; 11.2", (OFFICIAL' HKAI.' ) .S. J. Thnnin) I."R..I"" nf property i )j I .:

5 at 40 W. liL "app 1244 That portion of SW'i\ ofIrIklNofR3W& .,'eu.Iei. .ttIII..ii.. 4.. 8ueke :3o1 4 11:1W : An Clark of aol<1 Court.Itnhert HW'ot HW14 W of llj* a",*. 1(5 :. ; ;I: I

3d 5 21 411 T. I. N'orman 9.4HII" :I Sit fet nr I.nl 8 II "V If Diinciin, I 1017 I T.y ,ittIt.. A In SW Cov.ln) Heottou : Tuw*- 4 \ : )

Ir 1 6 .;A. 5.! .J. .H.. Thotnos' .._ .. .88 that portion nf SK'4' nf 'tt 6'', ft 'ii? N( ut' .i..t II 1', I'. Klnhlw 2NI"', HIIK .IncltHiiuvllln I Flu 1 Khlp, 8 Smith' ltun. 32 \lIt. contalnlna t 'I! ;., :
r lit XF.Rooct \ -. .Blk 1 N of It 3 AV & P1k I ) .1 1 11ot AIt.fufIt.IS 5-14 It 6-4 ; *In M'Ia.. inure or Itae.H 'f.f J '
I II 21 2 '.T"IIIL Fryer 1'lA lie* In NW'/i of NT'i/ 21 6 23 1 Tlubv! .. ConV 197 I':.. .. I 13 I J4"M folk 21 1 "s." I If "11.: III. 4 .11'11..11. & ::1.811* _" "'', _. I Nune-In..whhboaelaaa4ui0..J. t .
U 8 21 40 IIWlnto: CroaliY 'II \l 4 nf Blk 1 H of It 2' i' ? 1 S of 1 n 3 \W Tentple8VE1AlnN9Cor& 6. iHk 27 .. C I. : II. 5514kb.. 1.53Peeks : \ < IIM iir toiur. mi I)H \ I %.I.IItt..u, c.. $irk. 2 IH !
E: .\ In lIt
r 1 1II 4.414 % FI.OIIIIMl IN 41145. 124 V..ot"I.f !
11 fI 21 39 \ 1"'rin.I."rlCo'lloy 1.2' 'Kx 1 Lot bINS ft N & l ot IA. 9(1k 30 I \\'lIId" I 01 It. I IItuilt I t'"rlltl1.$ No. 'I.
C'roMhy .99! \VIi. lIut..II..r' .19* KIIV: nuance, I 11)43.) I '
4B ft R & W In Till 2'
21 S bv 210 1..1. 11.I 12
6 r
'I'IIn 23 8 21 46'* I'WItt. AlvRrpS 1.'B* SR Cor & K4: of bIlk Lot 9 & M'' 10 tl ot IoteIi ""j .' Conk .Hlatrtrer. I'lahitirf' v*, 1..rll.llln I, of !j'-4'I I1 '

24 6 21 40 Mu'. 0111. M..rr 1.81 1 M nf It :3 J W 1'ei)4)liiflSih.ttv ,. I H ..I. Ilik .15 I.. II. II.lI'I'r 1.tO .Illlltu, 4 .h'.I.' HIilHKvrM!. I llefvlldant. I All H..I..." u, '"wn."rp. 8 1..tI..; .\ ( ,

21 8 22 9 Kthel Lloyd 29,20 !.ota 6, 7, $ .1. I'IIMH No. 552 Hituite 14.! 640 r I
'hi !oJg' ,"I ''x I 420ftft .' ThAt portion of SEVi' \ nflilk t J,1111M' 'II": } Ia St: I;, i'kr'2.'. 8 2:1: //01 II MIIII )I. 'IVItlis 81.110* (,lilt 'lIlt: < 44.! 1'1'11,1",1'1/: Itt4I'A'I'I' I mm or I... ; 'ji 1 I L I I
\I' 21U) 4 S' of It 3V IvlnieM ('nm ill !tSt': 1'II. .r "si 1.:1.: I .. N/'I'I"I' 1'4 .1.1' ,Jameliftiin Namtf I lit, wlilcU: aeeedt A. W. j 'e I Il.h"

RORI 1 12 7 21 ,2 SlOOP Tomllnaon 1.91i : nf (Jnarter .4-a L'ne' cIt NI.:' .0 "mu 1 W .1St) I ,. : OF .1..1111.\) : .' >. 1 "",".. iq'1' :
: ,.... "* ni
4B M. ('. II> t'. n. Ho.I/I"e" 0.69 of ofhog I'
1 21 of NW'i<\ of NW", l ft 14 65 ft, ru. 411 .. iI'I IIIMI known I I 12 4 : of *ald, belnrar$ toy flier I ) '
liii eM iirnperty
111.19 1011'1
40 I. 1'. Young of SW'iof Itt II: 1 ," .
24 'I 21 /SR'-l I th' n' Fill t
of o
Mw-I1 Ht, CbnrleHton, Hiiiilh* I County of r" ,,
{lr..lnlt. 'l'II< Itat. J.Ir. 'I'
:I, \I' lit NF.'. I Acre. In H 110 I't I: r,4'1 tt H I I.. on.liini. ida. t i:
S.,: "or I Temple" Snb.plv, 21 6 22 1 Jo*. r>...ue.. 268 ',) ft %' IF,1) ft :N 15$) You itre r'iijlrefl| "I..ltr l ,
.. f.. C. Smith 1.31 6 :: II 23 Jtiiilltt. )t1oley 2 411Ctiii :' I4lh' "I'M1' !. In the libove oil" I'nle' ** *mh certificate or cf-rllfl-' .
.:'; 29 'I 21 IIIr. \v 1-A nf :>1"1 a f bIlk 4'. I 41t III' I,ei 29 herein "' / f"" I
Ml, Court, and rnime, H bi '
pliiln- ala I lull' I I redeemed ilinirto J
Temple 'ur 'if :>11'1:
% I .
,of. XI %, S or n 9 AI HI': ao' \,

( I Iff .xeek illvniT"I ",.Itlfu"II'"n', t 4 I litw. h. :
21Com 6 23 )rra.oIarah Puller.. 1 1.32 .. I /Ii ,, I ,11'01'1)' deacrlb'd I '
t Itrnn.h Hub-niv I ; .toI1/ N 14, nr :N 11'1 '
nfI"lk .. ),. Ti'leiirnpb' I ..hli publlKh, t thin I Ir.l.rIII "", certlflfitie' ,. rvrtlflcatr irlllI.e
Cnr ofV' for of
W'I "f No1''II. nt !SR ,, N !H111 tt ,I,1 'ghent'e I .
I 3V Temnle lOll 11 N CSI I ,, next' t.llr .. I..au. I HI.lil to the hlmheHt Mddev at 1\r \
6 S nf It ,'un W
0 "w'i t nell I 1'h !
ofrieliil t
\Mtn I HK inv he nit nl the, Court linn, "I
Hoh..I'I" 3.59!! door on the flrlMi.ndity
'I'hnH. W. N' to .
10 'I 21 1110 /$.fl & run () ft I: 1(11)( ) ft 101 50' (1to 3.3U nfMIIV. '
0 IIII' ,. S line of NR'-l lit SW, tt of hog 20 0 U ( (1. ;\I..nla' lit "'I..k.. Klnrldit, thin' I2U) dny' If.. month of June1941.. I' f I

N IllS ft 4' I ). $ |'IM. .hid N 7th day. of .Inn T948.Imted : ,', 1 '
then continue IlIha A. It. IIIU1PM '
1"I It 5 U 50 n"y 1-'rIKn. .&.Irnr. 29.40 for" pt of be*. them-.. % 4Iltirn. I':' Slush.: .2"") 6 22' J. T".rr..11 i&'J 27,711*) I'r'1'1"1',, '' CourtInhii .A J, Tlliuna 1 I I tile lIlt!> Ii dity. of Alon'lUI. : ,''f '

\I' .d. run R !rn ft N ll;* ft .t.kI". '...IU..n. ) t.. 'loin. .i u, Riirke$ :It.r'I"t II 85Inl .* .I., I ( SKAL) A. J. r .
'1 t :Ileon .8 ,I I lleixlurMon I Ht AIIKII- THOMAS I
10 n"y 1"rhl'o. Admr. 2.46sIio ft to 1.1. ''l of Clrcttfc Court .,t' ; I j ,
tl II 22 W 50 8 155 pt 4. 'tilk I JI: IIft'.n Hill ,(

4.15 of I/t. ofVi4j"21 f 6! 22 nllt..lN'h Slrlcklnnd' 3 39 r"I"., t I. 2. JIll I 12 -. *ITt''I..y.1" ', .14i-,.-.-,.hlns-- II.Hf Ally I Inn, Kla f"f',$ I'ir. 5-11 I 4t 8-4 ; ''" "1), Florida.. __ ._ 6-7 f 6-1. .r: J I "H 1
II 5 22 20 H. ?, Wlrt ('om nt HK' Pnr L .M4'-5./ 6. HIK tI.:
t I {..111I nf I
iVMil ,I & aU In Temple' $.tO run \v':. ,.' '. I ell S.. & Wenllii$ ,rel..riilKt MiriH- I"I'I.H1 I ION "'01 I ",' .'r, "., '', IV I'lIJtJtllobert 'i] .jJ'\ ,
10 In V alllnll the K ,,1.1.. nf { P\-\ & run t f: irjri: ft for "t'\\ Illll.llVllTICM : aEltV: ,Il I
12 5 22 84 :\" .... Frank .\. Sw"PZy 1/1.114/ '"'iI of nilr 6 S of !r' 1 'e. ;.. II pt if, belt I hence mil j! ? IH IIKIIIOrV: :" IIIVKN.; : N. I'"rur. Plnlnfirr. .u. 'j1 j / .J I

1'1 II 22 IB* NormAn .,. p..ttereon 2,44 W tn H line of :NR'lnf .: "' ..- I H 50" f I MS l: BO: ft N 500$ -t L I.ft I. Hull. K M$ IMckbaiil 'lh hnb-r,| oftil Klleen A, 1'IJdU, ,, Ovfenduut. CUM : t" ,

6 22 g larnll tarIlng 314* !HWV.\ thence run RHO 1.' W 60 ft lo |lIt of I ',' f.illiMV IriMierlirirllle* ha* filed. No. 61.10 t"" ,
._ 1.9 n 1; 22 24) L. UIwIoy 470olI.wn rt for pt of I..... hog 20' 6 23' Cecil i lii'mnlji. 33 mild pertirii'lite I for ll tux deed p.ol OIIHKII OF JTnr.T'A'I'101 d ;

WIWI 15 122\ 2B .,. Q. nool..r 31,70nhllwi thence rI''" R 50 ft N 1':", of :>01"f, BFI'i\ 12x 0' l hu IvHiii'd. I "..rout'. Th 9 cert I If Icnie AIII ) : ) 1 I
11 1 122 20 ftO1)t. Crawfnr4 lr. 1.IIB 110 ft W 50 ft H ntiollt I v n A no 6 !l il I Hrfllui ir! ,,,,'i) 41W Number,, and Vein, in nf I INMIIIIIIC", ttm f'I'\'J Uf. r-LoillriA' t.: Mra. I "f'; : ,' ,

WIWI,olI"wn 11 123\ 2B Harvey I.. White 4.l9! 41 tn lop nf heW 21 j II 22 ]>. "rl..oll 615 S-A ,,10"f: :NK'i.: :32 6 21 a 1.. J... Jon mm .72 | ,n "I 111" innperly. and theniiiiii I : '' ".... wM.ine re.Iswne. t, .

''n 10 1 123\ IB H. I. Walkins 218N 1omof At NK Cor nf 1111", J/ (""m nt !o'.r' of SI':', I \ .1..11.1.I \vblcb I It I oo ut,..eHiedire i.nil ,addi-exi' j J.. rn.t froe. I t '

19 5 22 10 I. I.. Rho""n 2.18 f'FL0': \ M W'. nt NW'l' *, run :N.: :>25/ ft .1 il. f.ili| >w,- I lAvenne., lallmurt. 1"Ilant ',

II H'r oodlawn 19 5 23 II Otto !"mlilt '1 56of run S 160 ftv m ft I II: .146$ ft >< lIPS ft v IIft'V ('. ,., No. 22. Year i.f Imnili I- You ar" r.ctllr"1, lit .
I 23 40 (leo. F. Young 1.53J for n |>t l>r I'"*' thenre \\ M'\ IlrAI. June 7, ri. |18. I In. the 1'1'1, t
1IIT! ( .
I.V" 3. ,\. l I. : .hlIlm..f
3.III'* ,

cw"13 McHi.u.a.d < .
!: run S l rtV 44 ft N 32 IM 6; AIlci.! 01".1 I It 'oiirl and, enn."., ) .1" pl,< |itirr : 1 I
1 qvi,4 12 rt K: 44 ft to .pt or Cum nt :KM: Curf N'VVi', I 1..rl.I. "r"I".rV | .Meek divorce' "llrnif'.ford ;. t .
22 5 U 10 .r. C. 'Prevatt 4.29 beg 21 6 22 Otirnnla AmpraM.irla ,,,,,, 4 93: of I WK"i" A run .H ((110 ft I'niii. ,, at NW "Cnr nf NWi' I', of: VWii t/, i 'leleirriiph ('haIl'pIhll.I, tbl*a00a9r Order 1 .

W 3:1: ::1:1I : ? nil 1 11 N Tieni.ft .. I for n pr i>f !l.w $IhencHrun ml run !I': r,2,1 f''. H ton fl,. VVnJf In n"xl four weekly |Hit..ir. % ,; ,
of nallro..1 NellIe (1.! I'Imlth' 1.11 Lot 21 /6 22 !! Jnn* 3,45 W' 210 ft .S TiO) ft IIbe'i fl. N I IBf I" beg. I I"* \ 1
Wllnei4. ,,
wii $I 12 .1. A. nnwo 812r Lot" IS N Reno I I N r.n "' pit leH. I Ilin I ".-'l. H,.,''II.in :31..1 I iy hand i.nif oltlflat, I r '14I :
I Elk 23 Mae W..I'. Aat" A.99 I fuI.PIV 8 bIlk 21 II 22 Jn<. W. Hall 9.1.11 I "f33 I II >UbMhohn.o 3.1 'r.Itia'lt') ""I S. 1.18 of NVVf, 14 'inie In which .\"M..I| : I'
0..0. F. Vnllnlt 1 u 1111 21 i, N. Com nf NK I 'or I..y I (OFFICIAL SI't r.) ', I '
(1.0. "Young 1.02 1..t.ftull.Jlv H..n".1 6 22 I.", )nl. Flo.wer* 4 7" of HK''< & run' 'H Mil ftW % I hive*. A. ('' .rk A.of...J. Thonwiv I .

:23.: 24. 2.". 241 1'1 3:1: : :; 1'1(17' ft H 210 4 ) ft for fvrtiriraleNil. IHH$' Y-jr ,i.r l M. rourl. I
II folio N Utm
.1ty F. of In "../.1>>>lv :SI : IHClark:| t
fly !6ec. I
... Sadie' ('r"wford 1.8/1/ (.nhnatin* lAB I n pr nf heir :Hienc" run HIIIIII., e, JuiinM I. ,% l I. l 1941 I I.p Ii I. I I I & n'ie 'I\ I
I, i,t Lot I 'V. J. Barber g 1.13 Lot 1 Pile I.. Aoron' llolleyVolH. 1 noNO M loll ft w :307 ft N 101 .. .. .. .. ......... __ B. ... J"rk."VII.. 'I"rhl. t \,
U HardenTnvit S.T
; i.r I '
5. Plk 4 beir If 0 I Z2 JIII ll lien rvilliuin* ta | i I'ropeity I .I. 41 .2. _
I In NW ... Lot_ .. :..._ O. ..... .\fiirkB.. ... '.... I ft K: 201:; rt I" .., II :82: 1c'rl.I"n -. ', 1 .
'Nft Lot U. IIfl' > 1'IB Iln..n I It? 4 "t4.> .of SI':% It" I :33 ,., I, 25%, 20, 27. 2* 'In C. .1..1.vtmk' i ,
f'IItrl'r C"O"
SI S by fllk 2 Stephen niiranMattle Floremn Albert ..77I Hnl.-IMv n I"). 1'uwIhIla ," II" "' '1''f'fR' ..
.ot 1 Ilik 4 .' I II
OodwlnU.13sw M.'I. (
"' t
Lou .
Annie .0" "
nrc. Vi.W fn 7ll't 4
HuntTnex 1 2 .
:2 I I } Sum. I'ellerman 1. I
11'lk Kant.Nfiine ;
N S II", tot lllKhtowerItette 1 8"I.ot ") I i I. ,. ink .77 | 7 ShIll' rt. ItuiiKi22 I I KIIV.Diillo I I.i
4" Mrtf. .7. I.. H"rr.n '.43 Lot 21. Hlk 2 llut.onSampon 4." I/ 3. JIIk !II) J k. lloblnm I III wbl k't, Annexed Johiiiiml I. Tumloll. I'lalntlff. T,. ,'
Tlk :.1 t Al- flaala'o.4. '
1ot8 1. 8. 9. of NW /, nf NW'i
'Iq I efendanl Ii t
l ihel; I fan
1 8BT..t. 'I'h..u. 'l'UUI.IL No .
WhiteMnttle 162"
HII' .1 J,. (10 ftV p
U. Com 8 line .
W Barb.r 1.02 on No.5.5'J Y"r of I I.iSliIiflI'lI. 10.. : OH1 PI7HLIC4THIN
S. & Lot l l' Cvrtlfli'Hte I OI"Ft .
15deitree i
i : i iI I .' Lot N'\'t';\ f lkl'it: Pell MnlloryKniniA 201N' \ nf Fv! run S >. A. H. I la.lj (''(' TO f 'f
\\ jun fl) themoW 1"I.tn.r I AP"KAr ,
2.1'.Inhn p KTATK (* t-
I 't V .' I"allo FPltOflEl .. 21. 25. Hlk 3 : Parker 3.15 15 degrees :.V tn W I i.Mt.rlptlon of I PriipeiiyH'i S I Ilo.lno, Tumloll.irumi hna.t .11' ,. I II > I :
: It )t 01IW/ % ot :-; 1'1'\ :" 33 thence > U ..' '. I
216 22 line nf Sec of I4t'; ,, of :NWU. Hecllon' and .oIIru. j .
Griffin 1 18 2.
''VIII'' ,... III /Ill) ft In I 20 rianlel I.elterman .V to S'W: C'.r of OW > 'I'n" l..hll'| 7 Hoiilh. "." 11 I:. ,, Avemm, NorthJune" "Iterge New J..r.y.. : ,
1 '
1.58 1 Lot a* describedp.ed of NWH th.nr. M to oiilulnloir' 20 acieM 'mor or lNnio l- are rlIluIryd '
K.ttleB ,, ,3.63 t ,
Harry rage 25 R ?: ll1rklllle or. "
-V Hook W. 33 I : '
,t I,4 I ( 22 8 25 John Warren. 240 I.g" In which a.ee.e.'d : fl. W 7. !U. In th. "I'p.r .,
.x N 149 Com ar f> "f NW C..r Ant Court .. 0""j
1 ;:tW.hIfl.O. 211 In ,1.to .hm" ( uMuap. wIi.ra.I'" 1
41'V 5.85 I tet .B* del.rrlbe.1peed nf ,, NW", run {t .rlth."t.. No. 181 Yenr of I..IaIII'ao .-I'' pe..ks IIVtor, .... pl'nrrt
3.,. W Barber Book 52. page I I' 2'7 : rl N : L A. I>. I 1913. Telegraph Fra"fnr' 'Olt I !
( 8 23 ni33 "n.
373 189
"I nr Lot 22 Horace. Colbert 7f'l4Ert"tln 4 Ben McJJtlIl'ahl .h.1 MISer .'t .
.0'" '' It.g 8 2!: of In P.hl.h tlie ,
'I aqen SW4' flW ... I -crlitI"o' I'rup.ity 1
r.uow.. : .." Corn at NW Car! of "W ("tr or tow ''. r of .. .
3 A In 8mlth 1.01 I 1.1,11 I I. 2. :.1, 4. >. Ilk : WI. toy hui.l au" :
I "t Lr,4 SW'' run S 210 33 8 22 3 I.oulf.nllL -. .m.f .12
12 nf % n' NW". SW ot Hy WrlKht'K Add .t I. Htark. : '
nnIt .1'I ron i I'': .. ,- ft for pf of heir thern'aruin S 'IU ft. of 1'1'1', ot NN'4s : .14 .hip| 7 Smith H..tlc.2J iat.: I ard 1'14, ..rl"a J.,. hag :

tin 1SV104) 2.52 F. 1011' ft S' ion ft :x w 1611 ft 34 tI U 20 flam Jordan N.i., In l.nO'.,. .....1: AlalleyWilliam (OFFICIAL BRAf A j Tn : (
i'd fhe' 'I 4 rnknown. W 100 ft N 100 ft to 22 t 9 1.ot N It I k 1. 54a'rltVIlomesitea '*. A. of _14' .m. .1 .
r fti' b-Thy 22 6 Aaron llolley :: CI.rl Coarl j
I': of jT.
pt ot b"lf In S\\"t. .14I.nt. All o( *ald properly h.lnlf In the Franl tark.. *1.. r f'l .
of t'nknown:
23. 34 of NE'4 U 6 22: ''f
NE'4 '
N' ot :> County of Stat of i'I'r.ldii. I
rt I
l\taxle'Pr..l..y 1.88 22 II 22 I!....le :M. HnrrH 118 lr..t"r. 11 I.T
28 II 23 1'4': 10" 41. 7. Tllk 3. I.nkeKlng 51. t
I4 k 884 N\V!, nt !''IW'on' 8 23 I.N. :Norman; 1.510F I I !r' '
nt of InNEI& ,
wIof !'w'4 ..1e heights I'nle*. Htich, certificate nr *erUflvnle
P. 4.A of !''I\\/, of .. ; u 6 23 C'haa H. McMillan 213I. ,. I 4 ('INCLI' COITR' ,4I r
ThAI portion 0 NIO: I .* *hlill I I 4. rc.lMemed\ accnrd ('alJ8 .I"n..O j 1""
:o1'1; ot :%, SW .r SF.: .. P. 14l ". Lake InK law Ihe property. I II ,, FI.UftIII.1 J
1411\ "rM"rl".1In ( FIfty.ltih: c. J
'. Sr. 779 {
24 41 22 14 n. ,. 'lIl1am.. ': 11 nt Road 46 sa 6 22 20V, II"! ew..ome Kln/l".ley 1I..rht... In I wiieb certificate i.r .... !
IL1 I lIf II 22 1 ('. ('. (lnnt..r 8.29 20tp. .441 I It NFot 49t4 I'F."I of N":' ,., Nt.1: 36 II 23 Jr. n. Mime 2.11 will' old tn the hlhe bidder' .".rln Sfo(1rw. PlelntJt' ... '" i J. : ..

IfI r iMt.i! ,: otU II U IB M. 1.. Paul ln aradedR" flood all I.1 3-4 Nt't. of S\V' I nt the ('nar' Tn"... .1".1' nn UH* \1..1. f lellr.. V.tn..nt. c.. ;
1.80 ,; of F.4. N of !Htate! .8' "IS'"fa$ 0' N': of flrct Mnnd.iy 'In mi.nth .*f .In.1 f2 OF .
II II Marion Thom"s X '/ ot tW'! ot SW\o\> 3" II 23 GO Mary U. Maloney 14.53I toil which I I. the 71H nf I UHLFU PIJflLICATION h J. I.
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if 11y,1 ,,f .ill, W". of S>W; nf ..t ,4wz 4 1 22 4B$ Mr... W. ValentIne. 7.114W6t J. Alderman .fIha WItn.as. .fan., I..u...
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lilt It K: Ud ft H 10. H ft 1.14 A 4, 1Po.\ ofNP i.er'.r4lfIe fnllow* for Pit.
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-. GuJldon Grill PlacedOn Warren And 1:11: CIHCI-ir COI'HT. BHAWKOR0NTY. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR --lt i _.
Hartmann Awarded McCarty <' FLORID.', I'll C'fl,44.tiitY STATE OK FLORIDA to: William

; Clay A1'lij $425.01 DamagesIn Outstanding List Discuss IssuesIn Joseph D. Traylor, Plain tilt, V., Nytaak.In unknown.whose. residence and address -

; Mldr.d Naomi Tucker Traylor De You are required to appear on B. Alvarez
Civil SuitThe Of RestaurantsThe Speeches HereBoth r"nil lint. Case No. MOT Jun. 14. 1948. in the above named & SJ
) Liira Burgess' Mohr ORDER OF PUB-CIPATIOV: Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
ANI NOTICB! TO APPEAR .k. dlvorue. Bradford County
Pone, JVebr.Wherein spring term of Circuit Guidon Grill has been selected candidates in the run-off STATE OF FlORIDA to: l\lIIdr",1 Telegraph' shall publish thin OrderIn
for exclusive in for Governor Naomi Tucker Traylor. whoee rentionre next four weekly Ixauei.Wltneim .
membership of
0 Court was brought to a close Florida brought
S S .
S S S I.l unknown. my hand and official seal Transfer &
meditate on the real with the sentencing of JunIor Starke in the American Restaurant their candidacies to Bradford You are required to appear on at Starke Florida this May 10 Storage

1 I Green colored youth found KMilty Association according to an County during: the week. 1 !May 24th. 1948 In the above named J9411. 1 Co
Joys of this Me and appreciate Court and cause, wherein plulntlf (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas i
on charges of breaking and entering announcement received today by Fuller Warren Jacksonville at. cooks divorce. Bradford County Aa Clerk of Raid Court. AGENT FOR
:\ all my friends everywhere. ; shall this Order T. Frank I.andrum.Jtark./ .", Fla. DELCHER
and grand larceny. to two George Kopelouso, proprietor. torney spoke here at 9 o'clock TelrRraph publish : BROS.
t White clothes whipping on a I In next four weekly. limuni.Wltneim Ally for Plf G-14 4t 6-4
years at hard labor This Association is a national last Saturday morning. charging my hand and offlclaeal Movin and
I' line I I Hlarke, Florida, thin 21..t
of at
restaurants that 8105
A continuance was granted in organization opproved Gov. Millard Caldwell con t\ ('Intl 1'1' <'Ot'It T. 1IHAI>FOHIClll >
The stately grandeur of a pine,. in which the membershipis trols and of AprIl 194*. VI'Y. KLOIIIUtl lCM1*_
directs the 'state political (OFFICIAL, sEAL) A. J. Thomas. .-
the of Rufus McGee on an CKHY Operate
Soft dark clouds of early spring limited to the one best restau- "machine" which Warren An Clerk of said Court. Laurie W. Howl.., Plaintiff vs. Local and

when church information for grand larceny rant in each city and town in the says is upending public John, Fla... llendemon E"n', St. Augustine ( Dorothy Hebeor. Howie, Defendant.Ca &Ierag.-tan<<. Also Hauling AnYfih'
Quite of Sunday money .
:.-I f and bond was fixed at $250. e No. 6549ORDER(
bells United States.Membership. and using public property in Atty. fur Plf. 4-M 4t G14C.t.IT OF PUBLICATION' Starke City Limits er
ring.Hyacinths I In a civil case Edward A. in the Association : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
walk. an attempt to elect a "hand- ;;;;-T.
,I r by garden Hartmann vs. R. E. Hunt dam Is invitation and /Is restrictedto STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy SEE US
soaring of the by picked candidate for Governor.He / FLOHIOAl IN CIIAN; Kebeor Howie, whose residence FIRST _
The graceful
!: I ages $ .OOO. the jury found for selected restaurants meeting CKKV.: I in: Fulton. New York. I ,
also outlined his for D. Hogan Plaintiff ..
plan Stephen v.Patrk'I&
4 ; You are required to on
assessed appear
and his .
the defendant
the standards and .
exacting qualifications Clara Kecan, DefendantCan --
These things I love but none achieving economy in govern June 14 1948 In the above named
at $425.01. Hartmann N*. 6534.ORDER .
damages the National Court and wherein plaintiffseeks
adopted by cause .
ment .. ..
transcends setting up a state central OF PUBLICATION = '
divorce. Bradford
I" sued Hunt for non-payment of Council of the Association. The County
hearts of purchasing commission Telegraph shall publIsh thin Order
i The understanding by
materials purchased. Guidon Grill has been granted the 8TATK OF FLORIDA to: Mm In next tour weekly III.u.l .
friends. placing a ceiling on road con Pair .. Clara Kenan whnne. renl
__ Witness my hand and official
right to the Emblem CONWAY'S SERVICE Sffl
display den and addreHN I IH 1866 rvlm
M. :M. Hergreves tracts and similar measures. (( Real at "Starke' Florida, this May
ulng on surprising my near neighbor the Association which identifiesthe Court Willow Village. Mlchlcan.You 11. 1948.OFFICIAL.
4 The country here is lovely. We McCarty Thursday are required to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
on her birthday. We are takIng lestaurant .
as "An ApprovedReltaurant' June 7. 1941. In the above nam..dCourt
I believe appreciate the Dan McCarty Ft. Pierce citrus An Clerk of Maid Court. Phone 147 Temple.Ave <
here dishes. and cause, wherein plalntlfeekM ? Stark
her few
I a .
and meriting the seal River A Anderson Ureen Cove .
here ,
than in the south grower spoke Thursday divorce. Hradford CountyTelegraph .
',. land spring for more after the brown of the My days flow along so peaceful : of approval granted exclusively to morning at 9:30: o'clock urging .shall publlnh thl.* Ord..rIn Springs. for, FlaAttya. 1'lf.' 5-14 4t (-4 WASHING POLISHING .

and calm. I am growing old the members of the Association. next four weekly Inauei.WltneRH GREASING .
expansion of Florida's ELECTRIC
sI earth' and stark bareness of the educational my hand and efflolaHeal .N CIRCUIT COURT./ BRADFORD ARC WEiSjjJ
the becomes with as much grace as I can and I The Association J is now engagedIn system to "prevent increasing at "Stark' *, Florida this May CO']\(TY. FLOHIDAl IV CHAV!
life blooms grass
L trees life. Here preparing Directory of G.lflU. CK.RY.Rllcabeth. Pressurized Car-Washing To Remove Dirt rL
a .
Ap- -
really enjoying
The birds return are a numbers of lower school graduates (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S.; Thomas Canton MaultKby Plal- "acuuof '"

to green.The winter winds cease few things I have figured out as' proved Restaurants in the U. S. migrating to other states A. Clerk of said Court. tic v.. Clemenreau Nault by. Defendant. Upho!"te>ry Expert Painting See fs For lill i
sing. Mv Lucille C. ( D C.
14 rules to follow. First I am slowIng which is to be distributed nation Conner Cane No. 1I5;
raiNed to complete their education". T. Frank. I.nndrum, Htnrke, Fla.
In of appreciation and down yea I mean I am taking wide as a guide to the best placeto He described soil conservationas Atty for Plf. &.7 4t &.28 NOTICE TO APPEAR ON: BVDGET n

song life at a slower pace. I walk eat In each city and town. The the backbone of STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Clemen- Small Down Payments With Small Weekly P ymfnh'SEE
praise to our Maker. We even agriculture'sprollperlty tt! CIRCI'IT C'OI'HT BRADFORD ceau MaultHby whose resident IH
seem to appreciate our friends slowly. I can enjoy things aboutme Guidon Grill will be listed In this and future welfare (COUNTY F..ORIO" I.V CHANI'KltV unknown.You US FOR YO.UK CAR NEEDS

more. I work slowly at ease directory as the exclusive memberfor are required to appear on _
more. Next :Monday: we are plan. and urged greater conservationand I.OVH M. Wilder Plaintiff, v". John. June 7th 1948 In the above named
with the world and everyone. ]I Starke. better methods of increasing nle M. Wilder Defendant.. Case Court and cause, wherein plaintiff AMOCO GAS and

_. "" 1 OJ .... find that way I can keep calm I soil fertility. I NO. *536 L'CATIOJllI neekH dlvorc"'dBrad turd County ACCESSORIES
to ORDER OF PU Telegraph shall publish thin Orderin
get along with. Fourth
and from getting tired. Second,. easy I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR next four weekly |HNU.K.WltnenH I BATTERIES S7.93; up EXCHANGE

I[ do not worry about anything. be kind and understanding smile -. -. I ST"TOF FLORIDA to: Johnnie my hand. and official TIRES $12.75 and
; and not be a killjoy to, under. iv' ciiifi. IT or.. .. nH.tnronn M. Wilder whose last. known Htreeiinil Real at Starke, Florida this 3rd up EXCHANGE
What does anything much really! < (>! \'..y. FI.I>Kin\l$ IV' ('II'N.' residence RddreHH wa 204.A day of May, I94H, -
matter after you get fifty? You stand the heart of others and f'iii VNrls Monitor Htreet. I.llierty flumes, (OFFICIAL SEAL) v A. J. Thomas
make as many new friends as I .ltflpisVai'rer. Plaintiff, v*. 4 Chfirlenton South. (arollna An Clerk of Raid Court.
, have learned to take what life! Joseph. l U. "Vurrsn Defendant.. Case North (Charlenton South Carolina John J llendemon. EHq., St. Augus-(
has to hand out with a smile, can to keep In touch with my Nu. AitnnOKOKR June 7, 1948, In the above named tine Fla.

t: Our children are grown-let .them L old loved friends. Life at this pace OP T'tTntirATIO.V Court and cause, wherela plalntlf. Atty. for PIT. G.' 4t 6-2S Why Not Enjoy ThetBest
AND :NOTIflS seeks divorce. Bradford
'1 t ,handle things. Third I try to see I find fun. Yes one is never too 8TATK OP FIOR1DA.: Joseph Telegraph shall publish thin County Order IV' 4IIICI-IT ('Ot'fl'P HIIADFOItn

'Jrf!.. 'funny things. to laugh even at tired. I am calm and never angry.I n, Wttrron. wrmn... renldoncn. U. : 1409' In noxt, four weekly Uxiifn.WltnenH COI'VI'Y.' Fl.ORIDA| IV fllA.V4KMY. -
Kav. BE. WnxhlnKton. D. C. I
my and official seal
\ myself to be good-natured and have a good appetite. I sleep You am required to app.ar on at Mtarke, Florida thin May 5. 11I10,1.VyIlIM., plaintiff V". Carl thE
"ii well and last of all, I have for. June 14. 194*. In the above named 104*. F WylllH.. Defendant. Case "No.

-enrrrStsrsrgrrpREAL all the in Court and caune wherein plaintiff) (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaiAn 524OR
gotten unhappy things
.tI rinnka dlvnrc and custody of said Clerk of ala Court. PER OF PUBLICATION
ESTATEList my life. I remember only the happy minor child. Bradford County Tele- Ry Lucille C. Conner D. COreen AND NOTICE. TO APPEAR SUnBOt
graph shall publlHh thli Order In A Green, STATE 0..' FLORIDA to: Car F.
I your property for .... the kind things people have said' next four weekly Imiuei.Wltnenn Atty for Plf Stark"5.f1 B-ZS Wyllln. whose residence. Is unknown -
'f and good things they have done. my hand and officialveal Cooking Heating Refrigeration
!< assay You are required to on
at Stark., Florida, this May I'V (CIRCT COURT. BRADFORD appear
piece of property and have I am at a peace with the world I' 12. 194*. "O"NTV. FLORIDA IN CHAIIII Tune. 7th 1948 In the above named FOR SERVICE!: CALLE.

wj many prospective buyers. A man and God. I Just purr inside (OFFICIAL $ .AL) A J. Thomas I CKRYCatherine Court. and cause. wherein plaintiff
; A.. Clerk of nalil Court.Zarh Nytlak. Plaintiff VH. Heek divorce. Bradford County T. Shull
Plumbing &
square deal Is guaranteed. A I can sleep sing and'say a prayerof If. Doug-Inn. 31: W. Ashley. St., William Nytiak Defendant. Cane Telegraph. shall .publish. tide Order Heating

r a fair commission !. all that I require. thanks. I advise you all to keepIn I Jnrkunnvllto.. Fla. No (1548 In next' four. weekly iRHuen. LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144
Atty. for Plf 5-14 4t e-. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand aad official ,
! PHARMACIST As a member of the touch with old friends. It Is .seal I at Hlarke, Florida thin 3id .

Realty Board ... ..! such a joy to hear from that of May 1946.OPFICIAL .
, : you .7. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co.
\ifJt assured that I will represent childhood playmate. Where is heor NOTICE An, Clerk of Raid Court.

Phone 64 STARKE to the best of she now? I have kept in' touch John .T. Henderson Esq., St. AugruiIne. Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla.
Jt :you .my ability.N. Notice IN. hereby given that the following described. land will he Fla.lty. .
'; On-the-Minit Service D. WAINWRIGIIT.! JR. with many of mine and want to sold at public auction on the 29th day: of May 147'at 11 o'clock A. Mat -\ for PIt. 5-7 4t &-28
'f form club. Some I loved so the Cltv Hall In Htarke. Fla.. to pay the amount due for 1947 tae...
Kealtor.1- Phone 184 herein rut opposite to tt!e name together with all costs. of inch dale

;/tl write. I just keep writing to ". T. H.
" Description Owner T.....
==- hem anyhow.- Some I have seen 1':. 44 Ft. of Lot. 6-4 .of

UNDERSTANDING-- burled. If we live long that Is to Survey nioik Town 17 of of OrlKlnal Starke :28 6 22 n. A. qreen 78.75 .' aa.so,. no.ucoai

413k be expected. I had a surprise on One Lot 12J Ft. K.hy \\'. .
\ 210 Ft. N. & S.Hounded 4i'
i May Day, two little girls brought an followOn 11' Greyhound coiti leu than any ether way for vacation m
long of wide
based upon years experience me May baskets with popcorn, the 1':. by tflnck 17 on ( 0 ) ,. low fore allow you war money to tptnd. Gr.ke
and this funeral the N. by Jefferson Ht., I I
f Serving dignifies candy and nuts. I ate the goodiesand I W. hv Court $t. and, H often more comfort more convenience. and, trontl pimiw

', t... ( home with a superior excellence inhandling kept the baskets. Darling by 'all !"It.' of OriginalHurvey I :... \ ?7eaftd
' of Storks 23 6 22 R. are'en '. .
YT.wn A. ,
4 'affairs of sacred discretion. 326.55
1: girls. I also went to a senior class H. Mid. of Call \ Miami _____
" Com. on ;, i 1-" p ____ 5.35 Wash. I). C. ._

''k : play. We had a funeral here at St.. Side where of It Court InterxectHH. St. & 0 Key West ______ 8.95 Atlanta ,...._

? the chapel arid I played the piano Kun H. M'X, Ft. K. BO I a New York _____ 15.95 Pensarola -_
I like to NH 52 Ft, N. 83 Ft. '
I and two songs. Ft. "
sang Clnclnattl ___ ._
1'[ to Call Ht., Thence W. ", a a 0: 12.10 Detroit .
help out. f 1111 3.4 Ft. to Pt. ..>f 1. .
Original p....IS S,....,Yea..e/1 eeeve
At Clay Hill they have a new neftlnnlnsof 'I .
STARKB PHONE T !Hurvey Town of Htarke 28 < 22 n. A. areen ". < 19723: 0 rvr CVoweJ Together
T* Keep.
: j I teacher for the primary grades- On. Lot Com. 23t.. 2 5 I
AMBULANCE 8ERVICB Miss Mild rod Woods and she In. K. of NW Cor. of --'" CMaBIM A ORIYHOUP4DGREYHOUND
. Lot 3 ..? Slack 2O A. BUS STATIO
boards with Jack Wilkinson 41 ( R 21 3-4 I
Hun H. o't.
::1. 6': Funeral Director Will Pa<<'gett now drives the Ft.. N. 41 Ft. to Call .0 I.,' """ Tt'mple.A'e. Starke Fla. Ft
I St., Thence W. to Tf. .>fHut. I. ,
: Our local funeral home enables us to nchool bus. Most all are through .. of Original $ur. \is '
I They have vey Town of Htarke 23 ( 22 Tom Burrell 2847
.: offer conveniences and services not planting corn long ago. Lots 2-4 of Block 22. of
otherwise available. had plenty of rain. Congratulations orla-lnal Buivey Town
, q' to Earl Mosley who is marled of atarke !* 8 22 Leon Dlcandlo &281
r".t K. 70 Ft. or Lot :3 of
to a girl named Lorene from Block 27 of OrIginal
Ws furnish the highest:: type service at the lowest prices; SJ< acknonville. I ,wish them happl- ,Survey Town of Stark* 2< 6 22 :1. Fred Gay 211.91 11 YUoU1

accept ANT life Insursjtce policy in force issued by ANT com'I' ness. He has built a new houseat L..70, 2 it.of, of Block Original 27 Ex.SurVey H.. .

pany .. payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Highland and they are, so Town of Starke 2S ( 21' Bill CaranUa 20,49
('001. At NK 'or. lOtV ,
i carries) no obligation. happy housekeeping. Housingoesn't ..t SRU 101 NBV nndJlun

bother much down W 17& Ft. fur 4'?. .. .-
\ people of 11...., thence Hun \V. .1.1; --:--" ; ,.
I -- here-plenty of pine lumber. water BO Ft.. 8. 105 Ft, E. ''''',r ,,Id d'r', -

----- and everything one SA }o't.. N, 105 Ft. to .
room -- J.-'
Pt. of Beg., of Mlc.Jlark. ., JH *- ; ;
needs. Carson Grlffls. went fIshIng /: .., "* ( 22 n. IT. Little GIlII. From its styling to its stamina
luck 1711 Fl. of TT. 10": Ft. > '
Il'H III end had pretty STood of KU, of NWV4 of 5t'4 5. "' ,"' .'
.. "T r '' ""
: E FACT I S: ?l ElE Ri his wife Hazel says. She is get. or NE., of Mine., -1 '
from road-action
: 21 8 22 its'ride.
ting a new' white gas stove to On.Htarke.Lot about 22 Ft, ..,Q.. H. ,Little ..' _, 3373 .f"

What Joy. Don sells K AV.. bv 15 Ft. 'f
cook on. a N..hl. H hounded on E.: '_'_;' ". t A:

hose bottle gas ranges. They are by Weller St.. S. by ,
: white and lovely. Brooksle Mosey Land. of Marshall W. '. ", ,'. .
beans and gettinga bv Sllcox Lewi, on 'r: :
la picking Llv.ItiKHtonTruby .
N. by flinch 15, ,:
good price for them on the Ik Co'n.A <:; .'
I of MI.. ,., ,
are' 'all hoping J. lrtlt I Ion ( < '
market. They Stnrke. 2S e 23 Unknown 341 I -

l" ,, K. Klllingsworth will be elected One Lot In 8 t a r k f, .., "- -hvt -
Hounded, E. bv TempleAve ,
County Commissioner from District -I _
.. N. bv JackHon $t., ,
I 3. I am told that Floyd \V. b Y H..llln..wnrih. "I I
Lot A Mrx. H. J Alderman -
) 'ohn" Is courting one of my I and S. l hy Alilerrnsn 2H 11 22 n. A. Clr**>n J31.13 0

id pretty> girls up toward Hugh. About 2 Acre, of Irfinilbrlnr '
!tIC VIM N. III s. '
d Floyd, was in the army and oversees I I bv 120: Y ) a long time. Good luck to Hounded. N. bv Land of
) r Manning, fl bv Parbr. ,
!,' .l him. He Is a fine young man K bv .Mlcrniu. In
handsome too. If I have a pictureof 1oI1'l'; ..t SR'4 .2" 5 23 W. H. A Elizabeth NeeEeU.. 3.S.n
Lot 4 of Illock 2. of ('It.
Hattie Bell Austin Park Sib.tIVIl'fl. W.

f FILM MILES PER HOUR. baby. He Is seven months old now: Ar ('..'M. Add. To !sinrke' 21 6 23 Tax Certificate 3.01!
Mosley Iiitn 7- -l'-1'' of. Plock
and a darling. Shirley I. i.f DowlInK1 Snb-' 4.

i WH/ZZ/N/ / < FILM ENABLES THIS UNUSUAL CAMERA Bent it to me. I sent the Telegraph who-I, ri>lvlHlon.H 1-3' of niock U, of U 6 22 R. A. Oreen. m. 14.01 .

? to Margarette Mosley
navkln'o Addition to
it) BOTH PHOTOGRAPH AND MEASURE DURATION works In Miami. Her parents live I Town of Starke 21KMt e 22 Floyd areen 7.6:1: i '<' ,
of '...' 9 of Block 11.nf 1.
OF LIGHTNING BOLTS FOR GENERAL ELECTRIC at Clay Hill. She is a lovely and nnMk In'.. Addition t* .
brilliant girl. We are all proud of Town of Mtarke 29 e 22 n. A. Green 31.S3t
'SCIENTISTS./ G-E LIGHTNING RESEARCH HAS OONE her. She has a dress with a bustle l.otM1.4, O.: Jones of Rliirk Add.1 1. te ofT 'I".4 ? -I CBEVBOdT-"fli1jJir" : fIse"J..

TO IMPROVE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR. and pretty clothes. Town of Starke iftS 23 R. A. areen 3.1.41 .
When Ti ,.',. n f Lot 8 A .:. ..i4' ''''..- ? ..
HELPFUL HINTS: you t "' :
FARMS AND HOMES Lot S 1'l. S' S Ff of : t ,
wash hair brush it as dry niock B, and '...n.I W. <'
your of name to Street of : ";. IS '<''i:
as you can. I use a hair brushin S'. J. Jonen. Add. to .i, FIRST: ,
jI I each hand. If you stand in the Town of Htarke U. 22 Henry: M nan. .a II lit : ;
HAVE YOU SEEN One Lot onV.. Side of ,'" ,.",.
1 sun it dries quickly. I then rollit Wnlnlit. St., betweenRlncka \.'. "'"" ''?<::1'>>'&'\",:.j'.<
on curlers or In pin curls. A. n of N. '
\5REEN HAV ? up J. Jones Add. to Town '
To keep welners from bursting of Htarke. 21 I 22' H. A. Green ,' ,i' 40.51:
put them in waterin Lota 3-12 .nd !a. !S Ft. of I
HEW 6-E TECHNICOLOR when boiling Ixit 4 of Flock 14. ofLIvlmrHtonTrubv ". ., iF.\j First in all-round quality in
I "
top of a double boiler. always A Co'* ."" .' .

MOVIE TELLS STORV Or. brush the tops of my pies and Add to Town of Stark. MLot < .22 Floyd Green ;,, '.,? 37.2Tj :4ij) the
_ entire
5 lOt niork 21 of I-.lv- ,*'.. '. .. low-price field!
BARN HAV-CURIN6. and biscuits with sweet milk before InrHton-Triihv A Co'n. .' I ;:iIp '
_ I put them in the oven. They Adil to Town of ,Stark* 2* e 2! ;Jim Wall. 1.70 ( How of H*
INTERESTED GROUPS ,.. 1-2 of TJlock' 10. ;,, :, you and your family will enjoy ownership'
woolto : .
Use steel ; : Q
then. .
brown nicely Llvlncitton-Truby ACo. smar'.,, finer Chevrolet for 19481! It brings BIG-CAR
24 11 21 ,: U you
stuff pincushion. It will sahrpen Hub-nivlilon Carrie Turner ft i
MAY WRITE TO a Lot 1 of Flock !7. of .' '. -not In one item only but In phase of styling, enff
,.,. every
besides Nowi el!
and needles I '. beauty like! Hilil New
your pins .lvl.'nn.T i r u h A tfyllngl
I( FARM INDUSTRIES DIV, storing them. Mark your dish Co. Sub.plvlHlon. y 2SW e 23 Homer 'William. ._ 3 ;V.. No.. olonl N... ..phol..y. fabrlal All' fhlt and constructionand brings It to you AT LOWES.d

iI church 40 F. of '."t 2 of added fa rh. botlc l tig-Car luxury of Ch.vrolaft well. That Is why more people drive ChevroIetss0"
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. towels you take to those I flock 27 of 1.Iving.t.mTruI.y famous lody by W.hw. R.m.mb.roffiCial nationwide people want
The A ('o. Sub.nirl- reglS'rattons-and more
suppers! with a lead pencil. I lon 1 21W. 5 23 Ida Mae Sherman ,' :21C Mu. body it Mchniv 10 Ch. ro4.t and rolets, according to nationwide wrv P
but seven Independent
marking will wash out later of '.ntoo 3.4 of Block "' higher-priced cart.
TUG-PROOF CORD' ALSO In until you get home. I 27..f Llvlniriiton-Trubv. any other make of cor. That is why you too will of.
stay A ('10. ..h.T>lvl.lnn 21 23 John Rlocum ,.. 533: CHEVROLET AND ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST ,in a". ()4.lI14
school girls Just r.c.t .
Some high 3.4 of Flock 30. r f "
,, o NOT SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLAME. and wanted to borrow Digger LfvlneMon-Trul' & Cu. 4 .
cam !!Iub.Plvl..lo" U IJ I! Robert S.'1 -
Willie .
: ''T5 MADE OF OPFLAMENOL to lead around on coma kind l.n' :2 aol ., .. ...." ..e .
:: business. I will let I ,...t $ of fflork 34, tit s\
-: : ; WIRE, DEVELOPED BY of pep school I '.lvln..tnn.T" u b y A V.'I ....., -.h __ c-"art '- .....i.._B floW_
him go. I hope he enjoys it. 1 ('0. lO..h.nlvl..lnn 2* 6 33 lol* Little v. 711 I ICh.woI.... to, 194. It blngOII .
j:, GENERAL ELECTRIC bless Love. 1.0554: of Plnck 40, rfT.lvlnretonT lie-Car the equal for Chevrolet. value. _-_ !If _
God everyone. rlding-tmoothneu .
F' and
r u b y A raad- ,o vovll,find. no eawal. for Chevroletlervlee.
: IMPROVE THE SERVICE LURA i Co. Huh-nivlxlon It e 23 Llllle" Lonnle Jackion 5.65 Headlnew of the UnWied Knee- Safeguard. IramportaHon .
,..', 1 of Action Gliding your
ninck 4*, lOr1.lvlnIlrMtonT / Ride. Another feature by ra .M for I'
LAMPS RADIOS r n b :y eV -d only In Chevrolet bringing your rreMfit car
OF G-E ('0. Rurt.Dlvliilon.. 29 e 23 '1'. ;J. Alderman, v" 1.44 eapentfve and more ...m... torrlca now and at regular
0 AND CLOCKS.1'i1 )'.nl't'l. niock 10 N. of i can. .Interval. pending delivery of P""
Ifih. St AW. of Walnut .. J
ArthrifiLPillnKHlS ,' ev/CkevroMf
St., of Temple's Ad :
dition to Stark 21 e:2 Tax Certificate 2.(S
N. 42 Ft of Lot S of
caia&foY C ih- ...1... try. Block 27, of Temple's
.. .... Addition to Starke 21 ( 22 Ro.-Smith 14.01 TORODE C
Lot 2 of mock 12, of
_..uJ' tOItI aIIe..1q plia.::.r.::.WOO. 1.I.lo..ton.T.. ub y .A CHEVROLET
GENERAL. ELECTRIC -a eajoy.Md a::==.:; QUL .0.- Co'.. Sub-DIvIsion. 21 e 22 J W. I\obln.on' 7.55CARL

........ JOHNS.
-I_UMtt0.Ii 0.511. Tax Collector. City of Starke STARKE
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