Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03138
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1951
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: UF00027795:03138
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Band F. Homecoming Will Playof BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :=;:; IDe

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Tornadoes Hold P. K. YongeTo ; New Power Unit ANDREWS ] 1 Excavation Official Offers Proof :


I i 7-7 Tie In Conference ClashBHS Bought By City t, -I That Blanding 'Treasure' Is There;

Tornadoes move Into New .: Predicts Probe '
.. Smyrna tonight for their fifth |At Bargain Price I Congressional

game of the season and an East
I I Florida Conference clash\ I i iI I
sporting I The Blandlug "burled treasure"excavation
A new' diesel generator for theStarke
i a two won, lost and ii
I one one tied j
will end
r- record to date. A considerable power plant was purchasedTu""y i W. H. Edward In probably up
a Congressional
from Georgetown S. Cat .
h L to number make of the local fans are expected I a saving to the City of at least I Killed In ExplosionWill C. Haln s. who Identified himself -
trip even though tt'q
ae supervisor of the
$120,000. The unit was used by excava-
quite some distance from home. the South Carolina town for almost H. Edwards 63, longtime tion for the Superior Iron and

LI With 11 men either: partially or five years, but TVA madeIt resident of Lawtey, was killed Instantly Metal Works of Jacksonville, pro-,
wholly Injured the Tornadoes helda ,
highly touted P. K. Yonge squadto iT,4 more profitable to buy their early Monday morning phesled this week
when fume In overheated flames declared there are)
a 1'-? tie Thursday night, Oct.. power and an a result they must gas an
11, In Gainesville. Conservative; sell their power plant.H. nil drum exploded Inflicting fatal thousands of dollars worth of ,
A. nishp Jr.. chairman of head Injuries on the well known tooU and equipment burled at the
had guesses mode previous the Gainesville to game time,, the City Council reported upon garage owner and operator. Camp and that when he dig It up

: i I I two and three touchdown favorites boys, hU" return from South Carolina It was reported that Mr. Ed- "somebody's face Is gonna be red."

Neither team was able to sustain Thursday morning, that the engine I wards, a resident of Lawtey for As proof of his statements, he
tI a drive long enough in the Is In very good shape and IT years, was repairing/ a small pointed to a letter from a National

first half to score or even that It had been bought, completewith trowel, used for Dlantlni. straw Guard officer which plainly
switchboard, for time' he- stated that there are a number of
seriously threaten, but from the only $10,000 berries, at the of acci
beginning of the second half to I It Is estimated that the cost of Guy Andrew. dent. He was using the empty plumbing supplies beneath the
the final whistle, It was a wide moving the unit to 'Starke and ,>ll drum as a makeshift workbench ground In the old hospital area.
I open game. Installing It in the local plant wll Guy Andrews who has filled the ( and the explosion probably However, the letter didn't Bay
amount to additional office of Bradford County Tax that they were burled.A .
The Blue Wave scored first In an $10,000 occured( when the drum became, wastefully
the third quarter on a pass from This should make the coat Asneiuor since January 1, 1949.announ.d overheated from the acetylene. one spokesman for the Guard
Jimmy Dell to David Anderson In kf acquiring the unit and Installing yesterday that he will torch being' used on the trowel l, pointed out, the letter could easily

the end zone. The play was set up It total' approximately $20,000, not be a candidate for reelection.In causing the lingering fumes to mean the pipe that was put under
as Carl Johns had to punt from just. $120.000 short of the estimated making the announcement explode. the ground for the proper operation
of Andrews said that he stating of the hospital.
his cost a new unit. was
own zone after 15
a yard
I The City Council's attention was hU" Intentions at this early data of Lawtey report that'I Halnea also offered a list\! of
penalty. to Jimmy Dell, who ran .._ -._ ._._-- .._ -- the explosion could be heard half
close to a 100 yards back and called to the existence and pojslble to give ample time for others who mile witnesses who he said, were on
forth across the field advancingthe Arley M.'ItaJle ororrd the purchase of the unit by,Titus may be considering running for a away. Several men standing I hand at the time of the dumpingand
touchdown. Olson. local the office. His follows just outside the garage when the could
t ball back to the BHS 21 After tying commercial refrigeration statement : substantiate hi* story
two unsuccessful\! running plays, merchant a few weeks ago. "I do not plan to run for re-elec- blast occured state that they were Two of these witnesses were contacted
I> Dell passed to Anderson for the: to receive. Anderson kicked off Olson "ad| he understood the unit tlnn as County Tax Assessor In the almost knocked off their feet.by/I by the Telegraph at ran-

SMITH. high-stepping IH1S Drum Majorette, will bed 'touchdown and Anderson' kick for the Blue Wave to Thomas, who was In very !good shape and thatIt 1952. If other plana"materlallze, force of the explosion. dom, and this Is what they had to

performer when the Bradford Hand parades down for the extra point was good. ran It back five yards. Johns gained could be bought at a real bargain It will not be possible for me to Mr. Edwards was a native of say about Halnas claims. (Their

. "ly Avenue this afternoon.Staff photo by W. II. Starke bounced back to tie the six over left tackle and Rowe serve. beyond my present term. Ruffln, S. C. and his family was names will not be. revealed for
Mrnr.. In lbs fmirtk- nnartAi-" ..i I I carried for two yards over right At that time however, a Call' "The work has been most pleasant among; the pioneer citizens of obvious reason-)
Rowe: connected with two passesto guard. After Johns failed to make forM In: firm had an option on the and I wish to express my Lawtey. He had been prominentIn The first wltnes said h* knew

s S S'S set the ball up on the Blue a first down through center he,, unit and the Council voted to sincere appreciation to the peoplefor the turpentine and lumber of an enormous amount of material

Jadfora( High School Band over for the Gator Growl festivities -' Wave 10 yard line. After two run kicked to Marshall who gatheredthe wait and \see! whether or not the ; the cooperation and support business there for many ,..arl. that was dumped as the camp

_I asked to take part In they Friday night.So ning plays lost two yards McRae ball In on th* P. 1 K, 28 yard option was taken liP When Itbecame bat has been so generously ex Surviving are his wife, Mrs I was closing up. Most of It was ot

of Florida's Honienlvlties far this year. Roberts said ran wide around his left end for line and ran It back to his 30. apparent that the California tended Mamie Lou Edwards; tour daughters -, no value for anything other than
today, according the band has performed at two the touchdown. Ed Parker's extra Marshall carried over right firm wu not going' to buy "'I want to see Bradford County Mrs. Rex Mlxon and Misses scrap, he said but In the dumpare

|nouncement thla week by football games the Palatka and point attempt was good and the guard for two yards" Shult* pick I the unit before Its option ran out continue to grow and prosper. Lou and Ada Edwards, all of, rifle barrel., steel from machine
rIa, director. Seabreeze clashes and are now score wss tied at 7-all the way ed up four more In the same spot, a delegation of five city official Hence I will be ready at all times Jackmnvltle, and Mra. CfiarlesRathe shop, batteries and a multi-

i said he felt that it was making plans to make the trip to : It was to' remain for the rest of' and on the next play, Swilley fumbled .raced to, Georgetown early Tuestfav to continue to assist In the development ), Delmar Del.; two sons tude of other Item so necessary

_ _fonor/ to be selected for Deland when the Tornadoes play the game. I' with Underhill! recovering/ for morning and bought It, The of projects that will William Edwards, Jr. and James to keep a camp, a* large as Bland-
_ _lion In the program and t there November 2. The real per- 5S the Tornadoes on the Blue Wave California' firm called the Georgetown make our county a better place In Edwards, Atlanta Ga.; three Ing was. rolling.

_cd It spoke well'of theI formance of the year though, he Starke won the tons and elected (Continued to pat 8) Council while negotiationswere which to liv.. 'May we all look brothers W. U Edward. and Ed The second Witness didn't know

who make up the organ- said will be the drill put on tHom..com1.n1' underway, wanting to buy ahead because' our future Is large Edwards, both of Jacksonville and where the stuff was buried but

] They will take part In here when the T Afachua And BHS Bennett To Support the engine but by that time'.\ It ly what we want to make It," Ruff In Edwards Pahoke;; and five, did know that the dumping of,.

dp down University Ave- nadoei meet 'St. Leo In the 10 Starke's ws. a gone ton aroslin.\ sinters Mrs.'3. C. Adklna. dallies-I tools and equipment was estafcltahd -

_l.iy afternoon and stay I stadium. RequestFor The City has felt the need foi Villa, Mr/ A. Z. Adkuis, Stark practice as the camp was
'Critical' Status fin additional unit itt., the power Sportsman's Club Mrs.: J.\U Wilkes Mrs. Jack closing.. ,A number <)*' the tool
I V B'Squads To Play M>nt -'for the! past twft..yara became nor Mr*:-Leroy-rtoaneraU of BrlizgJ Jackaonvllle .}hwera' co>vr*<< -wttfc tire Army-
[ 1 Is A'Poor And DirtCczntiyAt Best 3. R. of the.constantly: Increasing '
. Mayor Wainwright has t preservative, .COIl..J"...;. ",*r,
&tly Returned Veteran States received a letter from Congressman demand for electricity. It Is estimated ForTfiwWflTBcOrganized Funeral services were held Wednesday should still be In working order
that the unit should be
Here TuesdayThe Charles Bennett, acknowledging ( he said.

In' a poor and dirty coun- actual fighting goes. he says, "I'lrt receipt In Washington of Installed and. ready for use In 'I the Grace afternoon Methodist at 3 Church o'clock of In I Both witnesses to the closing

beMt. Master Sergeant R. I too old." (He's 40.) his letter asking that Starke be another three or four months. Monday Lawtey, of which Mr. Edward lot the camp and burial of the
Alachua High School "B" declared a critical defense area equipment and
II recently returned from supplies the
Du.ston In
response to a question was a member with Rev W, T
mry said this week In an concerning the Ideas of squad will move Into Starke Tuesday the Mayor announced this week.Bennett .r Local /JraftJoard Walters offlclnllng.& Intermentwas reason for the waste as being the

w'lth the Telegraph. The America soldiers. fighting In Korea, night for a football game with was mailed a copy of NolOleelassilli,, The Boy's of I the World Sportll'man'lI In Cnmby! Lake Cemetery. hurry everyone was In to get
love the Tornadoes "B" team accordingto the letter asking for .such classification I home. all
been kicked and bat- said. "It's a dirty job that just Club will hold Its organizational Active pull bearer. were Cecil They wanted to get
')und by war until It's has to be done.Ve committed an announcement this week by and sold 1, "I have Immediately Childless unhand m..tlrllffonday\ night al.. Whlieheud Hubert Priest, Hi C their records cleared and save the

irsc now, he added. I ourselves to the row In the United' Coach James Hobbd. (taken the matter up with 7 o'clock In the American Legion Kelly. George' W. Robert, Lonnie I time required for taking Inventory
Is a Regular Army man Nations. and If'e didn't do It I The clash was arranged only Mr. Kaul and asked that I be The local draft board. Is now In Hall according to Cecil Sewell, I Flitch, and Dan llnrley. i and It took too much time to

[spent over 16 years In the someone else would." However last week Hobbs. said, though kept Informed of all developmentsI the process of reclassifying married loral director of the project check through proper channels so

He was stationed in even with thla. he snvs the Amer. I negotiations have been going on will get: I In touch with you justas men without children from I The Club Is open to all boys between they just hauled everything I downto
[when Pearl Harbor was lean soldier's morale Is pretty for quite some time It will give III-A to' I-A according to an announcement the ages of eight and 16 BOY SCOUT NEWS the dump and received a receipt -
anti v ent through such good. those. fellows on the team a chanceto soon as some word is receivedIn this week by Mrs !'and l In dedicated to the teaching of for the equipment there.

&bl. campaigns as Burma One reason for this he feels i I" play who haven't been able to my office." (Mr. Ra'lph R Rhoda Dampler chief clerk outdoor subjects. The first meetIng Jan MuncJoif was marie a Second The excavation crew moved Into

n81 I and many of the because of the Red Cros "They've play against varsity comp..Ution.he Kaul Is head of tha: Defennft. Pro- She said the Hoard has sent letters of the new organization has Clans Scout lust Friday night the old hospital area Wednes-

..11!l over the Far East. I done a fine job in providing entertainment explained. and the experiencethey duction Authority.) out to all the married men been proclaimed "parent's night" after Review passing before a Board ot day morning where a considerable

Hug World War II. he week l In the rear areas he gain nhould" be very beneficial. It was announced In Washington In the Ht-A rank who might have and all fathers who have sons In which Inculded J. F. Jati- amount of pipe. etc. Is allegedly

to the United States f said "and that means a lot to lost week that Sanford has become father since filling out the eight/ to 16 ag bracket, areuraed don A. Griffin., Bill Graham and Col. James buried, but a* of press time nothing
"lay wai shortlived" ( as he those of us Involved In the squabble The game will be played under their questionnaires. Howeverthe to be present and bring of particular value had been
in Bent hack to the Far ." Duston said he also believes exactly the same conditions as a been declared such an area and return hasn't been. as great a. their boys.Sponsored. The local I Woodmen of the World turned lip.When .

1947. He ha* been etan that the United Nation's forces I regular Conference tussle and a that the Cities. of KeystoneHeights It should be and unless those men by the local Woodman will present the Troop with an work began last Friday

Japan. China and lately, are better equipped and better' number of the players who have St. Augustine, Green return the letters they'll be putIn of the World chapter the club American Flag during ceremonies morning the drag line was put to
He U in Starke, at pre-I' prepared for the current Korea I been playing varsity ball will have Cove Springs, Jacksonville and I the I-A bracket by November 2 will feature the teaching of fire to b* held In the Scout Hut this work on1 the old garbage dump
a 30-day leave visiting due the numberof The mailing of the letters arms, first aid Thursday where the
"police action" than the Allied I to play to large Jacksonville Beach have alito was conservation safety night. camp's garbage had
nls. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Jon forces were during World War II.I inlurles. Game time Is eight applied not a responsibility of the Board. and a number of programs pre. Cecil Sewell been dumped, burned and coveredup
Lafayette Street As to the fire I o'clock. for the cla l flcaUon. she said for It Is the duty of these sented by the State Forestry Servo Scoutmaster, alsrreminded the whole time the camp was
>n said he can see how cease parleys Should Starke be declared a men to report the fact that they ice. John V. Martin district residents of Starke and I In use. Nothing was found, however -
Ouston .
underway once again said.:
vicinity that the Scouts
B during peacetime might be I the the lower levels; Inroads of Communism critical defense area It would I now have children to the Board manager of the W. O. W. will be will pickup except the usual assortmentof
|iful I II people on scrap metal
country, but at present ] without prompting. The on hand Monday night and for tomorrow bottles, cans and old
fct I don't want the fighting to stopuntil open the doors to the building of und all packing
persons having such
a big mess He has re- ; Described For Rotary were merely sent out to every meeting In the future forth scrap crates. The company' contract
the Co/nmunlsts are pushed' more homes because of lowerdown l..uer'l no matter how little
"edit( for nil are asked
taklnpart\ In i out of the altogether. As them of their obligation and first three or four"months. call tOi with the Army provides that they
"tor' country Sewell at 0,1:
Ft 'campaigns. Including to the higher levels, he said "JI Dr. R. D. Ingle, pastor of Berea payments. It easier for them to reply. Sewell said. I 47. or E. T. Shullat I shall refill the holes made while

first presidential unit citation don't know." So far as the Amer :I Baptist Church. Jacksonville who Continued to page eight
one. But, so far as world
leans are concerned, he said, "We'd I' has juxt returned from a Colorful History Recalled .

.... all like to come home." tour was guest speaker at the I-i--

\ t tI I I' Rotary Inroads Club Wednesday of Communism, describing In- Held At Branch 1

d Pfc. Jesse Pope I many of the countries that h.1 Homecoming Long Baptist ChurchLast _

QJ !l With Air PatrolIn I ulMltaflHe, '...-,-_-,. I
L predicted that unless. some-
Aa J! Portland, Ore. thing was done to stop the tide, Sunday was another successful out whose last name was Padgett, driven Iron poles Into the'ground -
"homecoming day" In the left her children at horn togo
.. 7.1: percent of the people of the two next to the tree stump and hit the .
I world will be "under the hammer lengthy history of the Long out picking huckleberries. Her old 1 .yrup trough/ and cypress -nr' -. -: ,
.A. CARNIVAL and sickle" within another year. Branch Baptist Church. This time husband wasn't home at the time cover which must still remain In- -
the day was doubly significant and when he returned hours later, \ although It h&s never been ___

''hli l I. the time for Hsllo- I I the He free said people.that the of only the world hope of I.I li for i It of marked a successful the near building completion the children leaving told and him how of long theirmother's she dug up. ,:'i .I i & ._. .' 1. tM1; r ...

Witches and bats:'and old through a return to "old fashioned, pro- had As people began to move In and ri '*1 1L
old been
ala! gram that has replaced the &one.
faith" and the spread of the Bible the section became more densely
ui the time I Inadequate structure with a nice He walked seven miles to thenear..at
when the PTA among the truth-starved masses settled they gathered togetherand
make a. much money a* of the world. new church building. neighbor for help anH' decided they needed a churchto

C on the Hallowe'en Carnlo The speaker wee introduced byLucian Like other hard-working church I when she still hadn't returned al go with that cemetery. That

you .....k. -why do they : Conner who had charge of congreagatlon In this section, the nightfall, a posse wa* organized was the beginning of the Long ... .
nney! The answer is for the program. Long .Branch congregation did to search for her. The next mornIng Branch Baptist Church and It Is ...i. ""; 10: "' ,L ; '.....: f rscr.: : : 'If< _.. 'i'1:'." ';j
SChOOL Each year the much of the labor on their church they found her up Close to the reputed to have occurred some- THIS( MODERN HTHtCTITKK;:.:;
bUdget the themselves St. Mary' River dead. She had Fjl454 ... mnftrnt framepbulkl... I
thus where
major portionmoney cutting In half around 1832. lag that ...ry..llIO .
U Of F Alumni Club been bitten on her lip by many yes,. e "B plaoa for
for the chUdren of I the estimated coat of the project. upper a The first Baptlll' the Loisg Braft'h
rtf & rattlesnake building' waa a log congrega lone.
High addled and
School. Have you III' I To Meet October 30 The I house built later and
e water cooler cafe- I Long Branch Baptist Is one instead of turning towards horn., the congregation -
In th
of the oldest church In this used It for many vary Sunday.
section years.
or she had cess funds
the traveled the from the
opaque projector. The University of Florida of i oppoattedirection. Just when It Mr. Strickland: special cemetery -
I Florida, according to Rev was torn down and said ha preached t
many offerings.
other material In the Alumni Club of Bradford County : Jim another building the first That was the result
Strickland a past pastor of I erected I. not "homecoming" sermon of
furnished by PTA funds T : will meet Tuesday night, October (h* church and now In charge of Up to that time, there had been known but even that later build. while h* waa atill pastor of Ute H* said another It suggestion/ of hi*.

lupport th* carnival this ;t' 30 In the local American Legion the "Mission Station" at his Clay no cemetery In the area because ing I. outmoded now. church that anyone know. of. time to build took entirely too much

ll building:, according to an announcement Hill horn. Mr. Strickland said there had been no deaths. But Mr. Strickland who will be 70 Fond Were needed wlfh' which to a mound over eachgrave
r> begin Immediately after this week by A. 3. that the with their first death they were keep up the every time the cemetery
story of the church' b-, years old the 30th of thu mnnth I cemetery MO he conVInced was cleaned
011 Friday, Oct. 26. There -; '- -, -- t Thomas Jr.. president ginning was passed on to him by raced with the problem of 'burial served .. Its pastor "for a'-few the congregation that thy they just up so he suggested
Jew mark
many Tfc. Pope, I each
) There grave with
attracttona should
for his were no undertaker and have
young being first father-in-law and. that '.ar" '.In ,1912,, a homecoming day slab
?"Id< Thorns said an effort was tlut..JI11 a and allow It
such as the Country It such, so her neighbor rolled Mrs.Psdgett and a remain at
sold: Pfc Jesse R. Pope Is now stationed made to send everyone In the hsd bn told to him by hi. church was five mile. from his special offering would be ground level They missed
atie drinks, hamburger with the 403rd Air Patrol county who has attended the University father year earlier. According ,nthis up In a new quilt which home sad-siaee,na oji.oit/a4aay taken for the cemetery. It wa* of the old some
Ice graves, .
cream! fortune UH- she had just finished burled held though In la)
pioneer settler, this I I. the and than their feet he on the second In
Air-, of Sunday
"\\Il' makers. Squadron at the Municipal a card reminding them way her finally gave It log out the slab, he said for
In October
candy snow It happened a plot of ground which now and It'.
: and a
up another custom which
House port. Portland, Oregon. He recently the date, but the mailing list Is pastor moved In. ever so often, a
of grav.digger '
Horror, pony adjoin the Long Branch Baptist h. never been win
ate his basic Air incomplete and he toped' that those Back In 1818 Mr. stopped. They also run Into old
Surely from this list, completed or 1S20., that sec Church. Later, her husband was Strickland, however, began held on. on the second an unmarked grave
1* find Force training at Lackland AF alumni who aren't notified personally tion was sparsely settled and moat holding Sunday service In Sunday In and have to cover It and
something that will, placed In a syrup trough with a his May for many up start
year, but
t rou. Base. San Antonio Texas.Pfe will be there anyway. people lived at !least eight or 10 eypro cover and burled beside home for those people who had no Sidney Catta was while again.

of U. there will be a tur- Pope was a member of the H* also reminded Bradfordlt"I! : miLt from their closest neighbor.It her. way to travel the five miles to Florida, he proclaimed governor that of Mr. Strickland will be 70 years
B1"r served for 0011.1't local National Guard before enlisting that anyone I la wa. however thickly infested church and I Ia still doing so today. to be "Mother's day old on Oct. 30 and will celebrate
one Day" and
Before the
( i In the school cafeteria. In the Air Force. He wU the meeting and Join the club with wolves and other dangerous h* died however heplanted Later, the pastor of th* church homecoming them the occasion by giving a week of
high school eoursea I not. The -I animal and raUUsoake! w.r.vel' a wild cherry tree at the decided<: that he should was given up lecture. .
.nolnr a,, 8 o.clock there complete his ahimnua! or only requirement head of his wife's the make the except for th* October meetings.! at hi home starting Oct.
S then take college b said. Is that )' common. grav stump "mission station" 28 at 7:30
ttwtume ball so drag out at Portland a person and an official out. Mr. Strickland said there : p.m. The Strickland
root. of which were
4tme' and< com OB over courses for two years i longer. I have some Interest in th* A lady. who. first name has It was cut down. remain toote, poet of the church so that m.m-I,| over 1.400 people burled In th* home I I. designated as a Mission'
80. H. I I. the son of Mr. and Mrs verslty, its athletic program un1-j I been lost a* the story waa retoldto a year ago during hers could be taken. In and -' cemetery beat to the church row. Station of the Long
cemetery working party. Mr. Branch
u at [ Interested In supporting both. each ven though they couldn't t
th* CartU t' J. W Pop of GraJiam. ,j i succeeding generation. Strickland said] worker had alto travel the five mile to church, and with all slabs of the purchased grave with are marked the ex- to Church attend, and these the meetlnp.I public .la Invited ,

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TelegraphESTABLISHED I 1'1"I iK ,nf., ,-..d In 1011 11! Kuhun. 'original k-h"; .ndr: ,
Bradford County BAYLESS HI\WAY V. I i J- r.-Klin. and' adilr.- Unknown flic. the In offb.! 1
,Th.I n ii"n ". -li'ill I.- .put., ,-I I Ia Iii \OTICFI TO "PP.1 UI V;..11 are h.tr.jbj notified: that. a I.'! rk nr the CIr ull r.urt .in '
I.I a. 1 I. fr r"ur "inxi hii l boon flltfrtnautili ; furthe 18th day of ,
fDlvor. i- Nov.'tnb.M
IIlI.n.. O. K.; Crosby .k. Hi, ul' ,rd'' ,, 1 In flrrnlt Court. llrxICoril ('ounly.F'Inrldni -nit i Iotherwhee i
187 E. 1. MATTHEWS. owela.oltoarubllahcd ''e' 'in tl." "uiil' y..u In th- lib." nl\rn'd' the allfKittliHiH "f
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Every: nouy 4 huri-li ><'"* 'PTI"IAI 'LAI! A 4 ri ?" M HatiliiMli

....._Matter: at the. Tout at Starke. Fla. The New River Asaoclatlon met JF.- -. .. :iiR 11] .IIlIIML__'-".' .",':_:: ::.::: .,._' .. ':" ',':" .' ,!' ij\;;\.: :.. ..:-,; JJi\P<..l.or:;:: ; rjIJf: i:,:::_ ",: :: ,H:::. ,;M/':!{( .. .,!IItII ._
with Biiyk-ia Hiwav Unpttat Church -- -
Member G> 1951 Wednesday and Thursday of last
week tor the annual meeting; Thepastors
: and delegates! from all the "
....,, "I.5U For Six Months 20 churches and lots of visitor
SuMcrlptlon| ;J IM1 were present. About 300 'altend"dlhe

Iel'sJreH.... Out Tin Whole Hand! I medlnjf.enjoyed buth Wonderful'lays and 1I'rvlceawere dinner FESTIVAL"Loaded

HHS! Band marches down University Avenuein was served at the noon hour by the"
the Seat Homecoming Parade in Gainesville this after- ladles of the host church.
Countian will be with Nets
Bradford Community
noon, the heart; every
hear about Bobble
them-in spirit, if not in actual presence Sorry
watching Crosby's misfortune Saturday
the Those parade of will us who feel a are tingle actually of pride on the when: sidelines the fast-paced from night work As he he was encountered returning:a home cow
Avenue. We may even be Now On! With
Bradford Band swings down the along the highway. He tried to Going Barg'
the stranger
forced to yield to a compelling urge to turn to avoid hitting old "Bosaie" and hita
next to us and boast "That's our band!I" sign post Instead then went In-
In the space of a few short years the BHS Band has come to the ditch and almost completely

out of the kinks and is now ready to take its place along with wrecked his truck. It was so .TYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTTYYYTYYYYYYY..........................................................YYYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYTYY...
school bands in the State. Not as law as some, badly damaged that he could 1101 .4..AA ;
best high
drive It home, but thank heavens
enthusiasm and spirit what it lacks In num- U l l
but making up Bobble was not hurt too much. "\--"q-
bers. The invitation to appear in, the- ., Homecoming.. ...- -.Parade.-...:..-. Juat plain scared to death. For Cake Pastry Frying
again this year i Is evidence enougn or us merit ami preauK" ;* Mr and Mrs J. B. Edwards and ,
And there is' only one thing that keeps our band from being baby of Jacksonville were guestsof
the BIGGEST as well as the BEST in the State, Rev and Mrs. A, O. Karnes
4 and that is the little matter of additional uniforms. There over the weekend. S
is lack of personnel-there are many more eager young- Saw Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake Jf/E1
4 no f CRISCO
City Visiting friends and relative
\ sters at BHS who would like to join the marching around Hellbronn la8t week. ,(
uniforms to dress out the entire
ti there just aren't enough! Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stearns of
tv: playing organization. Director Carl Roberts has done an Tavares were visiting her broth
.p amazingly good job with what he has, but you can't put ers, Tullle and Ancil Norman and
W enough bandsmen: on the field to spell out letters and do other families. Saturday and Sunday.
: i intricate formations if you don't have the uniforms to dress The Floyd Crosbys, the J. R. //IIIII" _..
,,;1 them in.The. : of the best advertisements and among those attending the sing; at Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Oct. 20Starke
, ,r BUS Band is one 3
Boatdraln Sunday m.Mrs.
+ creators of !good will for our town that it is possible to pro Juanita Addison p and children CAN 85
.. I I duce. We already have a band that we can be proud of, but of Jacksonville spent the 152 Street Fla. L1J.
t'' let's not stop there. Let's keep improving it and enlarging weekend" with her parents, Mr. and ,
,, t I it until it is- in the top ranks of Florida high school bands. If Mrs. S. R. Clark. We are glad I 1

, I We more know uniforms several are civic what organizations it takes-let's that get are those always uniforms.on the Mr.thin writing.Clark Is He a has little been better ill fora at ..........mmvmvvn..nnnnmm..n..ar.m..nm..nm..m............. a..a.u..a..u.uu........... .........................................

f"" a alert for worthwhile new community projects to undertake. long time.Beverly .
; s What better service could they perform than to help provide Thursday night Jo Crosby night spent with Elizabeth last- TROPICAL BRAND ASTOR VACPACCOFFEE OSAGE DESSDIIjPeachel
uniforms that needed to dress out the
h those additional are and Julia Jackson of Starke
entire Bradford High School Band? and attended the BHS vs. P. K
\ Yonge football game In Gaines

,i' Every H ranch of ville.Little
Roddy Crosby la staying RICE
\ INSURANCEH. with his grandparents Mr. and .
Mrs. Tate Alvarez this week.
Charlie Edwards of Jackaonville
plans to be down In a few days to
,] ear down hln home and move It

;;' C. WALL AGENCY to Rev.Jacksonville.Karnes gave us a nice report -

, "Ij j I PLEASE PHONE 11 fi He reports from his good church attendance In Fairbanks.Sun 3 LBS.29C LB. CAN 79C No.2 }.2Can 21M 2]

" I i Constant Service Over 50 Years one day with conversion two visiting Sunday pastors night. and He -

Invites everyone to attend his ." --

,, church when possible. .
: - :: -- --:::" Passed by J. C. Sapp's.farm the '
other day and saw a nicely plowed
Donald DuckJUI'CE FL
piece'' of land Upon Investigatingfound Osage ORANGE
; CHRIS J. NEWBERN STUDIQS out he was fighting a heavy "
crop of coffee beans. 1
"Tile ROl'i"g /'holograpliers"i The R. R. Crosby's and the 46 c
i Lucian Conners enjoyed a fish fry z.18 / MayonnaiseCardinal
( OPEN SITTINGS at Gold Head Park last Thursday, Can
i r.any thing/ 8 10
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:Monday 1S'trl.. f'Irrnlt'e."t'' Itrnilfnnl County*
ht're .,
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Court, and 'au.*e and you, Are rliilrrd LB. Roast Pork S
( to .serve n i".|'IV if y'nil an., a con
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OCT19195 I

PAGE TimtCIC.radford :

Oni President, Mr.
Mr, ': Farrar It In charge of tee was appointed for that purpose. for the weekend with her parents. T Conway.Davis, opened with a wordof
White moved here in February The Maxwells are former waa adjourned MrM. Cox has gone to Join her Ernest
i from Missouri after buying';I "Yankees;" Mr Maxwell having I Community Church Women, The business for tea meeting at which Mrs. F husband C pt. S. P. Cox who has prayer. \fre, R. O. Mann gave
the old Taylor place. He still: been In the hotel business In New Mrs. Christ offersnd Mrs a Sr. and Mrs. Eula been transferred to Ft, Leaven the devotional and Mrs. Elbert
owns his farm In Missouri Dow York for a number of years. However I heading the committee The M. Walrath. hostesses. worth, Kans. Mrs. Engleke of Mel- Altman gave a talk on Lottie
they decided to retire and I were beautifully decorated Walker were rose accompanied her. Mr. and Moon and Foreign Missions..
>4 ever.He said he had read about Flo couldn't find any place In the fall flowers and l there was an On Saturday. Oct. 20 the Club of Mrs. Powers will occupy the Cox!: Ten members were present and
/I, rida since ha was a boy and had I Hate they liked better than Starke, of good food. After will hold a bake sal In WaterWorks house for a lime two new members were received
always wanted to come, but it was I so "they lived happily ever after" supper Mr Reynolds Intro- the office of the Keystone and Mrs John Fomeroy .of during the meeting.It .
1r .. Rev. Farrar who made a from 10 a,m. on. IFaaedena I I the
only recently that he made up In Bradford County. Texas, are visiting i was noted that the Circle
his mind to leave his native Mla The .chicken ranch came about .. talk The whole group then The next meeting of the Club Nelsons iI I be changed to the Horton
enact behind and make the trip. when Mr Maxwell decided he .. In singing some oM time will be In the evening instead of the Bill Reynolds left thin'" week to i name Instead of the Rainbow
And, "I don't needed afternoon and' will take the form I Circle
regret the decision, something to keep him report to the Navy.Announcing j '
he aald. occupied and several 'om..n'" Club Meet of a covered.. dinh supper IIIAI..adlof of Circle. t
people suggested the opening uiUroNMiiaklnir ,
-'-' n_ .,_.._ a broiler farm. At first On Tuesday, Oct. 9, the Key the regular business meeting.It ; &= Alterations Shop+ New officers were elected as 1
-- Mrs
\ I' he didn't pay too much attention, Heights Woman's Club hold will be Tuesday Oct. 23, at at the ,,'_tw'rlt. In KcyntnneHeights. follows: Program Chairman Literature .
I but later he of the new year. 6:30 and all members' are urgedto R. o. Mann; Secretary and
1'it" on became Interested Al'E first meeting -Mr. O. C', .n". .
County __G and began talking with other Walrath. president, announced- come and bring a guest Bring Chairman, Mrs. Elmer Foray -
salad dessert and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Thomas were I Study, Mra. F. D.
"olcomb Kerns ,, 'l'yiI 1"71". roller growers, around the County. the following I committees; W a hot dlah, or the; Mission
a1a for own visitors to Keystone this week Missions, MElbert re.
and cutlery your
y Seth Kennedy dishes Cant; Community
I.- They must have convinced him, : Means, Mrs ; "*'
Reason or other, we .: will be a short C. Chrlstoffera is Stewardship, Mrs.
., for shortly afterward he built his .. .. Mrs. SoutherlanJ; group. There pro- Capt. Bert. Altman;
how, this column I first chlckeu house and went to .., Mrs. hula Walker;; Enter gram following the supper home on leave He Is. just back J. P. Sullivan;; Treasurer, Mra.
1 ted entirely to bull! work Mrs. Reynolds. Tickets. Hayden Hasklns. who is In the from Korea and will go to Nash Charles Forsythe; ('''lIdren'. Home,

hlckens. We try to 4 Now, he has two and Is planninga all affairs will be In charge of hospital with a broken' leg, wishes ville. Tenn. Mrs. W. B. McCrary; Young People's
s a little more than I third both with the latest, most Morgan.The to thank the many friends who WMIT! riHTLE MEET-NO Committee, Mrs. C. T. Parker ,,.
nearly everyone in modern, and most scientific equip club expressed their pleas have cheered. him with messages. The Rainbow Circle of the Baptist The meeting was closed with
; some chickens andy ment. His watering system t Ind| In the. renovating Job done cards. and( glfta and especially the WMU met Monday night, Oct., prayer by Mrs. Parker. ,
has a cow of some particularly Interesting and any slimmer and decided that I members of the Rotary Club who 13:'1, In the home of Mrs. F. D. Cant Delicious refreshments were r
p figure it might be sent him a card shower last week The meeting was called to I
In order I
the chicken buslncos
one would next project would be a new served by,Mrs. Cant.STARKE'S .
tin. ?.i do well to pay Mr and Mrs. Maxwell I : for the stage. A commit Mrs. Robt. Jackson was home by the Circle Chairman..., .. .. .
a visit for a look see. I ., 0
|the first time this '"
\ ,
i printed We were _. < ,, ...

I icken spectacles, bet C

Just "chicken specs", ., J, We Reserve

iwho e found Is someone fairly wellth in N t, + Lvt tirncriw. 4tt The RightTo

these devices andre .i. Tr. rGf t TARLING Limit
i her knowledge off
Angus Hull Calf v QuantitiesPhone
? ; '
Mr. White has a fine pecan '
I grove and a number of other interesting LOWEST 1

projects underway out,I andMarket
there, but the apple of his eye Is PRICES Grocery
l S I a black Angus bull calf that he ya
y ,7
brought down from Missouri last
'week, after returning there to ; + j
complete some business The calf 70

la only five months old, but we'd ... '
be willing to wager that you'd 1 Cor. ,Call and Cherry S.'t". ... Starke Fla. .

guess s-ven or eight, as we did. t, ,, .
Mr. White said he brought the r { kr n:.: : : ,- .. :. ... .. ", .. .. "'_ .. .
calf back with the Idea of breed- j
ing him with some of these "Flor
r ida cattle" and seeing what de' :I Fresh Dressed
velops. Looked to us as though

he could breed that bull to anything I I 1,. & Drawn
F bt rl and end up with a fine calf. C

And gentle- tkat calf Is the most Modern Conveniences ./ ONLY 500
gentle we've run across. In quite '
awhile. He's"o gentle that when He has a long pipe, stretching Limit 2 to a
Mr White went Into the stall witha from one end of the house to the
, halter to lead him out, he just other with a number of tiny brass C1r810merlba
turned hla head and stuck his flttlngi placed In the bottom of
nose through the loop, ready to the pipe. To drink, a chicken has
go. What a bull! Naturally, only to stick Its beak up to the '
1 we're not of the opinion that a small brass fitting and the water
11(.'- Missouri born bull has anything flows right into Its mouth. Mr.
on a Florida bull, but he certainly Maxwell says it's a little more ex
Specs is exceptional, we'll have to admit pensive, but much cleaner and a
.. .. ,
that. lot leas trouble. -- -
I to whom we're rein . .. .- a

E. A. Hall, 802 Stopped by to see Mrs. Mabel And that's what we saw around
I, Starke. Mra. Hall Dotson, also on the State Farm Bradford County this week. Since | JELLY Apple 2 16. Jar : 27c FAB Giant Size 69c Y
[In the Telegraph of- road and find out just what she Mr. McNeil Is our winner this ,
I ua If, during out had new among her herd of regIstered we're. adding three monthsto
I the county, we had Brahmaa. We weren't! his current subscription and :
J with a pony which disappointed either, for she trotted asking you, at the same time, to I STARCH RayoQuart; 14c BRAINS Armourspex can 29c
|.d 1 to the P. T. A. tonight out a 6-month-old bull calf take advantage of this offer and E -

i of their earn26 that Is a full brother to the famous send us a 'Up''concernlnjt the activities I !
Try as we twins: that were publicized so greatly of your neighbors friends
uldn.t think'of anyfl a year or so ago. Aa you may or yourself After all, a three .=.I 1
\ hand but promised remember, they were the first moo( a ,subncrlptlon for only a ..
would ask all you i purebred rgistered Brahma twin panic> 'post card la quite a bar. ..
I had such an animale ever born In the United States. gain.
willing to lend It 'They were finally sold for $1,000a '
IJltt.: piece. Large Size C
lie promised to tell ui :

thicken specs. We've Keystone Heights .... Del JJlollle
terted t .
so naturally 'I
w =
Jlate anyone with a
.. TIre Ilea
|nr stopping by to see w KF.1STONK IIKIGIITS P. T. A. I : .
w Plans for a bigger and better .
L1111T ONE.
laid she first ran Hallowe'en Carnival for the Keystone ....
hliken specs about Heights. School were dlH- ..
Jagr In Washington rr cussed by officers and chairmen ....
if I of her brother of the Parent-Teacher Association, ..
a i about 6.000 laying ,on Tuesday, Oct. 9. ..
}pe he uses are a lit- The carnival will be held at the ..
I from the metal ones School House on October 30, beginning
e. His. are made 01( I at 9.30: and will Inilude
|whereby the chicken ,many traditional activities. There OKRA and TOMATOES can 12'/2c' JAM
t !;ht t ahead, but every- 'will be hamburgers, hot dogs, chile per oz. size 14c
red and they can't cole slaw, cakes and pleA, candy
blood, from water otjftal popcorn, and coffee for sale on
I the grounds. Additional booths TREND Rich Sudsing 2 Ige. pkgse 33c SOAP that

-pecs, howeverme I will Include a country store, fishpond .. 3E good new pine, spl., ea. 5c
potted plant sale, fortune- ..
| purpose, for they I, .. ., .. r
tftlllnff, and other amusements for -
fiches from seeing .. .. .
t l 4 ,young and old. The carnival will -- '
font' of him. This :
way 3 1 l be preceded by a parade, and prizes .;. j Limit
another peck chicken at They Into .,,t yr {' !, f',' ,t, i will be' offered for the most at- .... Olle 3 LBS ,
ractlve and unu-.nl costumes Mrs. .
everything on each P. H. Hasklns. Chairman of Ways .
.e, they can't fight 'and Means, and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell ..

|leways.. -. ........- .. ._ --,her committee, will be In charge ..
a catch however. II j of .
J "Pecs on one chicken Baby Brahma jI I Present at the meeting, besidethese ..
I put them on every chairmen and the hostess, .LSHORT
Those of who saw the twins, .
he flock, for the ones you were Mrs R. L. Walker, Mrs. Edith .
will remember that they were
thlna! are defenseless Rldenour, Mrs. C. T Parker Mrs. .
[ I he just like slttla mighty fine calves and their broth Pete Rivers, Mrs. R. O. Mann, Mra. ..
"hi'kens who weren't er' certainly upholds the family I Fred Dodd. Mrs. Frank Walrath, .
Mrs Hall said most name. He was pretty gentle for' Jr., and Mrs. J, C. Delweller. .,
par' ,- manufacturing a Brahma too nuzzling Mrs. Dot- Catholic dun Active .
\ .Ux; In the leading son and eating out of her hand The Catholic Club met Wednesday ,.
la gird anyone Inter- during the entire Interview. I evening, Oct. 10, at the home ,,
, arcing them can get The ranch Is certainly a picture, of dire H. L. Morgan. It wa reported i ,
I then, too According to Mrs. Dotson. ( that a profit of $83 was ,
have 260 acres In the place VEBHHEHSBUfUSI MRRt HBgSinnffHfttM -
Ka us several they realized on the dance the previous :

["- In the Telegraph sheets, which paintNrtlon offn Among and every walker the stock bit horses of are It, two one la Improved.thoroughbred of them Saturday.gratitude Members and appreciation expressedtheir I \ GRAPE-ETFE 6 bot. ctn. plus deposit19c COFFEE CDM[

", look who like would and like how trY a planning atalllon,to which breed Mr.with Dotson several I I'I I I 'O'boy It's Good, lIb.l tin 77

mares in the County Should I MATCHES Diamond Indep. 3 25c
make an interesting |
pi out.ir day T the State Farm ao well keep tabs on the project| .. yams, yams, sweet, 3 Ibs. 25c
and stopped and take a look at the colts when .
ij B White, who Is they're born.

In the County. T. H. McNeil. .was. In the other the I WALLIE :MUIILHOFER/ !I Will YOU Be One Of These LUCKY 13's s One FREE Ticket With Each :

day' and suggested a visit to $2.00 Purchase :
on''' KKYSTO.NK: HEIGHTS : :,..
chicken ranch Prize
Noble Maxwell 1st -II. & R. Clip Repealer a

ring of the the Keystone week. Highway We took as the a tip tip'and !I I :Next.to Harvey's Drug Store :: *FREE 22 RIFLE FREE 7lh ''rl2e-/lx>..I./_ Hot Plate

[ 0Prompt
p I
are happy' to announce that = 2nd Prize 8111 Prize-Radio Super
-DeLuxe Baby {Walker Wagon
week's wtnner.8ymptomaef ,
Mr. McNeil Is this .. *'FREE
RUMP I FREE 5/A P r I zee d .
DistressArlsinfromsronnacH Efficient Courteous = 3rd Prize-Champion Pedal Car 7T Ktder Air Rifle

>INEERING ULCERSDUE Service I= FREE Jet Flow Drive mh ltrlze-lobcr (.'IamaJoll., 18 In.
O Jth Prize-Western Flyer Tricycle, 16 in. /* uraoer

| Hendrfcks nestle. Florida AT*. Ailr About 15-Day Trial QH.rl EXPERT WATCH FREE 5th Prize-Super Leclic Auto Toaster -i FREEJ21h? Pr .ze-Frenc" Fryer '

O T.Ifs....four..'rt ralllMi hew battle boot old o>\M forymjwoirof W..L6 rel...f o of REPAIRS 6th Prize-Sayco (..JlamaJoll.21 Inch *t I Prize r aer
iti-. .-_.rl...n.m.o ae- n E
Registered and aMe/wM I/kere dw 10 awn A__ BE SURE TO ASK FOR YOUR TICKETS! Employees or Their.Immediate

e.ee DI-/ __or u,.YMM...._-a1wnAOeneee -., Families Not Eligible
Hour Daily- 9 A.M. to 6 P "

'IL SURVEYORSENGINEERS: i du.nor.boon 10..K._.INalnmitM"' Au4, f A."t*_lorlift slow 1eI1IeMnwe ._ Wedaesday t li N on I 1.. To Be Given Away Christmas Eve at 5 O'Clock -- You Will Have To Be Present Win



F0CT19 1951--


PAGE rorn I h_ ., h I --= J ( BKI\ ,II ,
-- --
more or leis In Section ". Township 1 E HP Sterling; Motor Serial IF",
f beginning.AI
rsttprss_ =sfSSJJ SWiSS -=5 Grace Methodists ''Men's Fellowship point.$(<>', <'i.rnmenc at the North 7 South Range 20 East. 11/1/ 407SF-XM20 ft HP Hyncrogear. I": :I... .
Frame Trailer Motoror Motor
of Section 17 Township 1 Horsey
I 1 wi "t i iimer .
To'Hold HomecomingThis [ Friday Nighti theme 7 run South.'W..Itange' 14.27 chain 20 East to 1 Serial Undue No.Truck 1001. Fertlllaer Serial 1 60 HP No.General 259(71. Ete.trloIotor.. I

i Iicrry West line, thence run Spreader; FI.... No. Tlll-10872 En. Serial No. PE87720B9.
\, Elects Officers 1 1841 Ford Can over
II. SundayThe Smith loll .chains thence run gina No. 82000317: EngIne'l'ruck ,
'I Model 19 'V. !
11 I Kant 14 27 chains to Vest section 1 Whit Truck. "tractor. Motor Enatno No.
.. 62nd of Grace c. H. Nasworthy was elected line ..t "Section, line of Section Nn. 1IIOA SH. KIT No. 1176.14. 08TS31449. I
Anniversary 17. thence run North along 1 Fruehauf traIler, Motor or together with all other machinery
> Methodist Church in Lawtey will president of the Starke Methodist \%.,-.l section line of said. Section Serial No. 8F13H26 and WPM 226. equipment and personal property
be observed with the sanualHomecoming Men's Fellowship at the regular J IT tn the Northwest corner of saId 1 White. truck "tractor," Motor owned by the Defendant American lDINS
{' meeting held Monday eve- .....,.II..n 17. the point of begrlnlilnir. No. 120A 7G8H Bcr. No 8IK45. Til nil Oil Mills, Inn., and lined by
Gladys; :Mooty service on Sunday I supper Pt.. said landa lying and 1 Fr..h..f trailer. Motor or call Pufendant In its business. conducted .
Oct. 21.Rev. I jnlnK. Oi-t. .13. In the recreation being In Section II, Township 7 Serial No. HFJ907 anil WIJ 226.a In Brooker, Bradford County,
Phone 35 C M. Worthington will hall. L. D. Vlnlng was electedvicepresident Si.u. I Ih, Hung 20 East. Ford truck "tractor," EngineNo. Florida, and also nil additions, replacements -
ofSniiihoHKi 99T4R IU. .
MSO" the Southwest 4 and Improvement to
--- - II "" preach on the topic "Remem' and W. W. Caines, v of Southwest W of 1 Special. built trailer Motor or any of the foregoing an I. more I
brance" at the morning service Jr. was re-elected secrctary-treas- Silion a, Township 7, South, Serial No. F1..T B004J7. particularly. set forth, In the afore
Barbara Tea-Shower Given !urer. llanif 21 East. : containing 10) 1 nr>4 fnlcrplllnr tractor, See. mentioned Summary Judgment In
Jean RykerTo 11 am. ". re". 0,0,4, or I...". No. 2T8715W.
will be served 1 H. C. Brown was the chairmanlof : HOWEVER to 1 Arrow TliilMniKT, 1936.
I A basket dinner St'flJFCT. I
t' v
Wed In Green Cove For Miss ColleyAt the noon hour. J I the supper committee. adulated right-of-way easement tromAmprl..n 1 LnirvInK; HyHer Serial i We ,
during "rt..r
Tnc, No. 2I1IIH2 the
1'ng oil Mills to
On November 3rdMr. Griffin Home |by Charley Parker and the Rev. T. Clav tIet rIo' ('onperat lye. Inc.Miorded .. I Stump pou..r. oiAsiBuilding potIpie cknd
G. Mitchell. The supper commit. t In Miscellaneous I I HookIT I rtl>4 <'0"- -"IIIAr tractor Her.In .
BPW Plans Booth I, tee for the November 19 meetingwill 'nan* Ml. nf th. Public, flee.orilM I Nn BTi( <"0 'it'iuiiy ote of
and Mrs. Marvin C. May- Miss Frances Colley. brlde-,lcct of Alachiia. County FlortIa.Ph. I to1 ntrf Kill I r..r harrow
of Thursday November 1, wsscomplimented For PTA CarnivalAt i be A. D. Martin Chairman .' ald. easement tiring' a powerline Srrlnl No. 21AM 1947 modern and)
formerly Florida In Our Boat
ugh of Green Cove Spring :C. R. James and A. F. Sauls. rlKhtofnv maintenanceenNement 1 Ford tractor with hvd''iuiicloader llaitwelding
of Starke announce the approaching Thursday afternoonof on the land In SectionM Serial No. 9NHK011. I 0411. While Starving Buzzards. From
of thell last week with a mlacellaneou the October meeting of the I Township 7 South lange !0Knet 1 nndi truck. ]Motor No. T2144RDB.1. hnp
marriage shower and Matron's Circle Serial' No. MA ft2ftO. Count to Coant.FKKK A1'' "orkSMITH'S
daughter Barbara Jean Ryker, tea given by Mrs. J. Starke Business and Professional Young ALSO two acre In Southeast 1 Rauer Tunn. Hull..r "nort-
to Clifford Linwood Geiger. A. Griffin and Mm. J. R. Wain. Woman's Club held Monday -even- Meets In Crews Home .orner "W'4' of H\W4 of Section able," {rhafml No. 2362"ull.rNo. Prompt Removal! of
will take place wright. The Retting was the homeof lag, plans were made for the booth B. Township 7 South Range 21 179(18.( Cattle, IIorNPK, Mule and Ilogs.I'hone .
The wedding I !'I IThe ,..n.P. Ivlna' South and West of 1 I'hHptt, fnftumatlft. linlonderTup. GAp
Saturday Nov. 3, at 4 o'clock In Mr*. Griffin at Camp Blending which the group will operate at Young Matrons Circle of Railroad nnd hlohwav; respectively. 10 ton pr hr., ln"tall..d4SJ FLORIDA RENDERERS
In the First Preiiby- which wan decorated with attractive the Hallowe'en Carnival on Oct Including th. following the afternoon the Presbyterian church met at I STARKE SH
property: Treirlnnlnir 231 installed 132 or
terlan Church. Green Cove. arrangement of aters,1chry. 26th for the P. T A. I the home of Mrs. Lester Crews In feet West of Southeast, corner of 1 10 .UP Sterling Motor, Serial I Ten'ple1'. 811/1t'
Spring santhe.mums and ginger lllllea./ Della Rosenberg announcedthat following described piece or parcel 4IMH--XPI18" KC. GAINESVILLE 3330 Collect / j
< The tea table In the dining Chesiile Devrlck Janle High Springs Thursday eveningof of lanil,, towlf: Ton acres In I 10 TIP Sterling Motor Serial'
last week with 10 members Southeast corner of SW14' of SWV No. 4IS8F-XP2no' 1C.
i W.O.W. To Meet room was overlaid with a lovely Avery and Deata Dyal served<< as MM. Crews: the former of Section R. Tnwnshln 7 "'South

lace and linen cloth centered withan hostesses at Teen-Town the pre. present. Ilnnve 2O 1'Aol.': lying SW. of Railroad yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy- - - . 'yyyyyyyyyyVV, VVVVVVVV. . VVV. . -.nfl.n------
Lucille Mitchell Is the founder of and highway rlirht-of-wav, vvvYyyyyI
, 1 The local Camp Woodmen of artistic arrangement of white ceding Friday night and Maryon the circle. respectively and run thence

''I the World will hold Its regular white chrysanthemums.taper In Four silver burning holder I Arnold, Margaret Miller and During the business meeting I Nc W".it.terlv heawierlv' .111 feet direction thence smog In a I I '* to

meeting Friday night Oct. 10, at8pm. flanked the Silver Mildred Doyle will serve this Fri. samples were shown for Chrtamas rlwht-of-wsv of railway 40a feetthence I save Up 14C alb !
: Matters of Importance are centerpiece. day evening. I cards which will be sold by the South' ISO feet to nolnt' of I ,
trays and compotes held dainty befrlnnlnir. containing' 2-3 acre,
'k' be discussed concerning the Mildred Sapp presided In the circle.
decorated (oaken mints and sand .
\ activities of the lodge for the wiches. absence of President June Brownlee i I Mrs. Bob Paterson gave an Interesting AV .-- : '" I Using ASP

'I coming; year and the organization Pouring coffee and tea from silver and announced that the District program on "Religion In By Coffee'

\ of a Boys' Sportsman Club. JohnV. services at either end of the meeting will be held at 10:30: the Home".

Martin. district representative, a.m.. November 18th at the SeaGull the
Following delicious
table were Mrs. M. 11. Colby! and program ATTENTIONIf
urges all members to attend. Mrs. E. l.. Stewart, mother of the Restaurant Jacksonville refreshments were served by the get finer fresher flavor
Beach with the Club of the hostess assisted by Mrs. Guy
bride-elect and mother of the You Have
Beaches and St Augustine clubas
I WCTU To Meet brlde-groom-elect hoste ea. Why don't you too, save with A & I' Coffee
Greetingthe the door B
were Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr. and Hostesses Chesaie Devrlck'and<< Beta Sigma Phi costs up to 14c a pound less than companN'

I The WCTU will have Its regular Mrs.. Frank Beard. The receiving Adelaide Crowson served delicious TIMBER TO SELL quality coffees. yet always gives you ddidn

program and business meeting at.tJ line was composed of the two refreshments to Jthose'prei-' The members of the Beta Sigma fresh flavor because it's sold in the whole

if J:: thfc Tabernacle next Friday, Oct. hostesses" and the honoree. Mrs.C ent. Mildred Doyle and Desta I Phi sorority will have their Ritualof Large or Small Tracts and Custom Ground just right for( beg
20, at 3 p.m. Dyal will serve as November : your ('offen*.
b A. Darby Invited the euests In- Jewels dinner party next Monday k. Try It!
We All _
,,1 \ to the dining room and Mrs. S. L. hostesses evening at 8 o'clock at the Buy

.h. I Peek Sr. directed the guests Into Margaret Miller announced that Keystone Inn.Woodman.

;, the room where the gifts were on the Red Cross first aid class beIng PAY TOP PRICESWrite r

WANTED to BUY display. Mrs. Robert Turner had taught by Larry Gibson will CircleAll 0

charge of the guest book. Alan be held In a room of the schoo' -

., ; PULP WOOD assisting In serving and entertaining and those taking the course may Woodman Circle members or Call

'''J the guests were Mrs. T. meet at the office. are asked to meet in the WOW E

; ; CROSS TIES H. Blade Mrs. A. Y. Covington. hall Saturday night at 7 o'clockfor F \" Customers' i c H Tl.

: and Pine Timber L.Mrs.Matthews.The Charlie. Burton and Mrs. E. TEL Class Enjoys committees drill team will practice.also be appointed.Election Ba T. THOMAS .. ,. CornerS > sosCylsICIRCLEtU

I, Luncheon Meeting oIfiP.
bride-elect was presented I LUMBER CO. Food tastes and needs I ,o 0.0..

O with a piece of he/ chosen crystal II I The TEL, Class of the Baptist Recent BirthsMr. PHONE 211-J : change with the seasons of,0 ICOffEE m tOFfEI
pattern from hostesses a. a Church met In the educational I ,, ,.,
,",! Will Pay remembrance of the occasion. P. O. Box 735 : the year. J4 sea
building last Friday for the regular/ and Mrs. John A. Torode I It.
Prices Invited 'to call between the tea monthly business meeting and annual announce the birth of a son JohnA. STAUKE. FLA. : In the fall for instance,;
::1 Highest Cash hours, 3 to B o'clock were 100guests. covered<< dish luncheon with I Torode Jr., on October 14 in p. most family menus begin to

''j: FOR ANY SIZE TRACT ten members and two visitors pres ] St. Vincent' HoHpital. .. : feature more hot and filling. _
- : dishes. Mild and Mellow
d 0 Baptist WMU Holds ent.After the luncheon Rev. L. D. i j Mr. and MrsH"mon: P. Morgan I: 9If you AP fails to keep
; ..l J-! the happy parents of a son
.. are
Haines Installed the following class,I 5, with changing eight o'clock lIb Bag Ik
I pace your
Business Meeting I Harmon Pr Morgan. Jr., born Octo-
SEE -'L. officers: Mrs. R. A. Thomas pres. General : seasonal tastes please let ..sI ,
ber 17 in the Alachua
Ident; Mrs. Garl Mathews, first HOWWITH
: The program and business meeting vice-president; Mrs. Freeman Hospital.Mr. :C .. know. Please write: ,M Rich 'and Full-Bodied

A. E. McKINNEY of the Baptist WMU was held Sr., second -
Register vice-presi CUSTOMER RELATIONS
and MrsT William H. Glt-
In the educational building Tuesday dent; Mrs. P. M.: Barefoot personal hard announce the birth of a : DEPT _. red circle Mb. Bag 1 7

, :I At Starke Taxi Stand afternoon at 3 o'clock: with ministries Mrs. F. F. Flume, secretary 'daughter Barbara Sua .on. Sep- .... : rA&P Food Stores ,

l PHONE 150 80 members present. The Ida : Mrs. D. W Moore treasurer 19 in the Martin County C. I I .. 4tO LnUnctoai Ave..' ** .
barby Circle had charge of the Mrs. L. U. Morgan group I I at Stuart. E. /. :MewTwk 11. .J*. -. .I, Vigorous and Winey
\ Starke. Fla. Hospital ?Fi4V-F 3V (
program. captain No. 1 and Mr.. Annie fj
Mrs. GllKard la the former Miss
j ------ Following the devotional by Mrs llcharde, group captain No. 2. Mrs Eunice Griff la. t.--/ .. bokar coffee 1-Ib. Bag Sic

- ''I --- Wesley Andrews Mrs. N. O. Maxwell H. L. Hough was recommended as I I ,<
4; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.A.Enjoy i led In prayer and Miss Sylvia teacher and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderas ..
assistant teacher. .. 1 s-sS- = ==== Senses..s.S 4S
c SSfl.rflSSS
Paulk sang a solo. "'O'NC'R TO "Pl. "" p

( Our Convenient Mrs. Dave Paulk circle program The November meeting of the In Circuit Court, llrnclCnrd 4'irantr. : Candied Fruits For Fruit Cakes

I chairman presented the topic class will be held at the home of 11 Klorldm Krtlth I.oulne In fhnncery.Nigh Plaintiff V" THIS NEW FREE E E !

Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Nigh efenrtiinl. : PINEAPPLE 8 .
"Carefully Called and Chosen" lBi.ru. A. oz. 39C
.,.. 1737'ntl
Away Plan with Mrs. A. J. Thomas assisting ... C No. G-E CLEANER! "f!IJ
;: Lay :> -e T l A.. .r.TOI : ORANGE PEEL 8
. Miss Paulk read a poem on Mission Alton Dobbs Honored Ooiirne A. Ntiih whose reelIi'n'a lfl l- oz. 29c 'II)
In: 189 Kuclld: Avenue E
j Large SelectionTo *. On Ohio. Revolutionary new swivel-top CHERRIES, 8 oz. 49c .
The business meeting presidedover BirthdayAlton You, are hereby notified that a lets clean an average.size : Nothing
IMvorce. ,unit rentornlionof you CITRON 8 oz .
I by the president Mrs. S. E. milt for 29c
Choose From Dobbs was the guest of maiden mlin ha. .been fil.lagainet living room without once To
Sparks, waj opened with mulled, fiR
prayerby In the. above -
von' LEMONPEEL,8oz.
honor at a fish fry Thursday afternoon the cleaner! E 29c
Mm. T 1<. McClane. After Court nml rails* and you are renulr-' moving I
; and evening of last week at ed to nerve a copy of yournHwer VYT VT YVVYVVVYYYYYYyyyyyyy'yy7 : BuyCOFFEE
committee the
meeting ff ?
reports TfTTTTTT
plesdlna- th. 'mmplaint -
H 5oldhead Branch In celebration of or l
was closed with prayer by Mrs on the 1""ln'lrt.torn"yo., :
I, hiM thirty-third birthday anniver Kvnnn, nnil Neal r> Kvunn,

Canterbury H. t. Hough. wife sary., Mrs.The Dobbs.party was given by his ,In..k.onvllh.Kvan|r. 103 T. I.BW Florida'Kxohanne an.1. Rlilldlim tile, the, -,, ? E Fancy York APPLES, 5 lb. cln. 39c Measuring SPOON

:, Bulova Book Study Course'Set The nix tables In the pavilion at of orlvlnnl,the' Circuit In the Court offlre.' on ,of,r .before the Clerk I the. : YOUTH for the ask'nii' "I w

the State Park were bountifully Ifllh InV of November ,IB51: olherWHH : Tokay GRAPES 21b A & T cffw Ih-Bsrtmn*
For October 22 | the BlImalliinK of said CntnnlHlnt : s. 25c
I and ElginWATCHES with -*
spread delicious refreshments will be taken an ronfeimed l hy thin handy planilr "PmraHiirvs

I Assisting Mrs. Dobbs In servingher )'on iW1'....
: Mrs. U D. Halnea. MLiaion' Thin notli-e shall .h" niihllHhed oneeach I the rxiwl "

. Study (Chairman announces aBook guests were Sheriff and Mrs week for four. ronnepiitlveweeks Fresh Crisp Pascal CELERY 19c of coffee iipid.'ii for rat'S
P. D. Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. In the Bradford County Tele- : :
Course for the
Study Baptist ,the
fK-trrmlnPtl I by
t1q Oh. 4.---y BJJ
\\q WMU to be held In the educational J. C. Sapp. gre ..,... this Uth day of Opt,,l"er. = c..frre.orlaUot..

building Monday Oct. 22, at 10:3C many Mr. useful Dobbs gifts was from the recipient the assembled of. 'eel(OFFICIAL 5AT.l A. 3. Thorns", : Fresh Green BEANS lb. 19c C tlonal't one todaj!
ModelsFOR a.m. A covered dish luncheon will Clerk of the Circuit foiirtHy -
Professional be served at noon. 60 guestsStarke Myrtle T. Heaver, Demit Clerkinll ,
J 41 I 119OTI \ = -- --- -
DOCTORS Mrs. Josephine Jones of Jack ) : =-
MusicaleTo 111011.1\111 TO r'.n..H.POnTIO" .
> -R Flags Dried
sonvllle will teach the book entitled OP I.\KR STHKKT .

I AND NURSES "Pilgrimage to Spanish Amer Meet TuesdayThe The public will take notice (that Baby Limas Jane Parker Sugar ed-Cinnamon or Golden

ica". All members urged K All tvtlmrmmtmil.. njtrttnnB will h.. heard -
are IMVhiS
upon th.; queiitIon of rloftlna'; ; varat- ...... 24
attend.Ipitj11. Starke Musicale will hold Ins and abandoning all. that portion oz. pkg. 23c DONUTSpkg.ofl2 1)l)
IU first fall meeting Tuesday even. of !.ak. Htreet (Hnndernon Riiadl Iv. i' i ,-s -
Ina Southerly of the evtenftloni
Ing at 7:30: o'clock In the Methodist Knnlerly' of 'the South Line of Center : Plain or s. K. FlourBallards
Elgin and Hamilton Recreation building. 8lret. and ftC aequlrlna and open tS .
I Ina a continuation of Center '" .....1'? \,SJ.\1'l
Mr. Roberts will present members to Temple Avenue. alt In the City Quick Frozen Grade AD.&D.FOWL,4to6b.avg.Ib..
ENDORSED of the BUS band In ensemble of Htnrke. Florida' before the City 10 I Ib. bag 1.03
Conm-ll of the city of Rise),... Florida
Railroad Watches L numbers The new on officers the program.for the year ,..U.1UI.at 7'3a r. M. on Tuesday 0.to.1en 1)4\ I,er"ft_ Deodorant SoapDIAL I 52oJftan l(

are Mr... E. K. Perryman president Carl .Tohnsrity p1fl.IlMflDO :
.; ,
Fri. Sat. Oct. 19 20 Clerk. ." _
Mrs. Lex Green vice president --

American Beauty, DOUBLE FEATURE and program chairman Mr. "'oTlrR (,. : 2 reg. bars 25c Fla. Grade A Dressed and Drawn 2 /

J. R. Wood, & Bond Abielene Town Mrs Lemuel Jesse Colson.R. Young treasurer, secretary., and [undersigned Nolle* Is hereby Is engaged given In that.himlnexsunder In* E Marvelous SadieVEL FRYERS

th. flflltlous whole lb. ?
Randolph Sc .tt, Ann Dvorak ':J. Newhern Studio' Stark num.. Tlradford of Chris ; New 1951 -, -

Finest DIAMONDS Ladies AuxiliaryThe County, 1"1"" | .'".. and Intend to
AND 'revlster said fictitious name In Ih4offlc HOMECLEANER Ige. pkg. 30c -
I I of Clerk of the Circuit. Court : :
"The Rift Of A Lifetime"Beautiful Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary of Pvadford County. Florida. .' S. ,AllgoodMed.. SlicedBREAKFAST

The HEAT'S On will meet Thuraday after. Worth n Newhern Sole Owner. *

noon. Oct. 25: at t 30 o'clock at''|I 1019| St IIIKOTKH E FahFABud II BACON lb. 4 m
I I : -
Mr.ewt.. Mrtor Moore the home of Mr. J. R. Kite. \ 0..' .:PRI It I. Mt"TRn'"
,: SCUM N.delAVC.lS f E Ige. pkg. 30c ,
I I Notice I Is, hereby --- _
given that purl.
and Useful Sun., Mon.. Tues S S
istiant .
to that certain Siimmiiry '* Most efficient cleaner made! (1eanrSwift's Sultana

Gifts for AllOC'rasions Oct. 21. 22. 23 IK) 1011 K.VUU ABOUTROACHES 'entered Judgment on In the Poreclnsur Uth. day of mad October..and : Extra-large "Throw.Away"bag !
IUI. hv the Honorable nrvan &
l, eon Jin! of th. Simp-. .I MACKEREL
? stale. ftc.tn 15
... -
.. .rt for the Southern nisti, l.-t Circular e hau t-no air 12c oz. can
FRONT When you rich' roaches >t Florida. Jacksonville Dtvltlon In blasts! :
you try .. .
v S
S S "> rmln csu.e therein --- .
to a.t rid of them all, not Just. Pending I --- -- -- -
Itevlil Wayne. Tom Ee'III'Iue kill the few that yoan hit ss'her.ii TtKCOVSTTtrCTlOV let 10 scientifically-designed/ 'I: n..n..r ,
WlllmlUAUTY} HAS with *l ray nr stnt > ,, I: A.IAX12c
Xf'''. and Cartoon lnt. a powd i L, a, Id.nt.K3D orsrton. l I. "' ''nll" and I I
oo ''"ration,. e. .| are defendant*. I> TUNA 2
I/'"''na.' .* to JSH-.I civil. : Come in phone fcr S .
e Wed., Thur. Oct. 21. 25 .Ur.lrned, Slier,1.1 Ma.ter fh' "n or a I S. a oz. can -
appolnlrd _:
ROACH KILLER ',, ...Cil nummary CaahmeivBouquet .
Jtidvment 'will nff FREE DEMONSTRATION! : .
.. ..
Our It'indoivIinplay I 1M IJIF..tRENT r .l t and will sell fo the -
"'.h-.t ,
I Roaches eat It b..,..... they Ilk. .fl'aIfrl. Milder Ciiunly for".."rthn"cn.h ...at In I ii.th.. O'Sage Yellow Freestone i
THE FAT MAN It. TbWY dry up and die Xr' to ,n s .t Stark-e. Itradford 2 bath bars
u NUOtfl.ofl.j" ij man and \ C''Ida? "" S..v..h.r 19. lesT atd G. J. McGRIFF 2 2i' 2r.:. ,
Slurring<; J. Scott Snmrt 'iScand 25cPkgs. .I 10ft..Hiilh.'d 1..1e property'A 'r.: thp f"liowttig Toilet 0 SnapPalr'iolivp No. 21 1-2 canA&PFOOD.., 1

.'... _
Gem Jewelry AND i-. a. ..."-". n.n..t..f Keel Ion th IT.. Ti.wn.hl Northwest 7 H5 E. Call St. = 1 -4rP'y. -- ------

SAN FRANCISCO Sistrunk Feed and P4".th.ta ii,.-n..>. ....."l.along. 20 Fast th. North and secHun run- I Starke Fla. : << "apSe. STORE I

line of ald' Section I 17. Is 7S I .. I
Seaboard HallwayWatch Seed : ,,-n
DOCKS Co. 'bain tn the rliht-of-w.v. of I IA. pri es In ,this ad
STARKE! .'..". n..l No. t 13. thence South ; ........... II eIH 'k :: StaJe'y* ('nba I effective 1 c.
Inspector FIORIDAMig. n'l through
r'III hl-of.wa of : r..Ult
.Id gut aad
l Irene .. The Atlantic
lIurrM..r..Ut aj o Great
by MrPhall PpvductaOtlao4o. :N. 1lt. MM chains to sn GENERALS ELECTRIC : STARCH I saturday. OcL 20lh
i le ....
n .t.te. th '
Harvey rim West 16. _
ISihln I
Starke Fla. n... li. '". West union lln* .>t'< I : 7c Eo... Contents CO
e..ifl I! Iiil.nr.. run VACUUM CLEANERS i SLA East CaJ) St.::
. 300
... .. rW 211'1 n i-," !, II.. M, *...
rn.r af sale) Section 17. .rt"l .
j.' A ALALA A A A LA .. ...


v: II


1951 this 4th day of October,
RFJt 18, Dated
oonfenHed by you.
% >TI<'iO TO APPEAR NOTICE! TO APPEAR County.KlnrMnt will Thl l.: not)r A**hll b* published: 9OFFTCTAT.( PRAT.) A. J. Thomas.
'..... orallewd
Drew btu J. H. DuPre and daughter .. rirrnlt ( for four consecutive circuit Court.
Reddish, a student at the I. {'Irc.it (..rt. 1I..r. Ceealy.I one each week Clerk of the
U. of 1'".. spent the weekend with Nancy spent Saturday In Jack Andrew Fiends, Tokoch Is (.....Ainu."'. Known A* Jeanne A.I. Klephenn('fcnnrerjr., Plaintiff vChnrlcH T.I..r.ph.. weeks In the Bradford County By Myrtle T D .ver. Deputy 1011t Clerk 10131

hLa parents. Sheriff and Mrs. P. sonville. Andrew Tnkoi-h and Andrew Ta- l". 8tephi-nii, nefwredantNotice C..... N... 87:11: listed' thin 18th day of O..tub.r.IUI. _
D. Reddish E. A. Carswell of Tampa was kach). I'lalntirr VH Marl Sims _.. In Clrrnlt, ("....t. nredCortl Connlytflorldnl
Janie Toko,'h. -r.iidmit.I i C.... No. 57191etr. ; Tn App whose J. Thomas .
Mrs. [ Chancery.Leon
of Stephens knofTthe In
Otto Olson of Phoenix.: Aria. 1* the weekend' guest '1'* 'P"_". To: ChArlon II IVFFICfACle Circuit Court.
HmithwiMcriiA VivIan
lonnt Plaintiff, Vn. -
reiildeniiIK: C..rklOin Reynolds,
making: an indefinite visit with his Avery. To. Mart Mima Tokoch, wh...,- Los Angeles 47 Collfornln. By Myrtl. V. Deav.r. Deputy ft HID, n.F Reynolds, J..nl" nt.
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and 101 ra. E. K. Perryman and Mrs r..I..n. and address' I.: );; You lire hereby notified that. ..e... ("a.. ?? 8111No"
IN THE NEWS Mrs. Titus Olson I. N. Breaieale were representatives Ahautnagye. Ilungary.You n"1 lilt for Divorce and minor< atituetody -APPEAR ". To Appeer.To. .
arthereby notified and control <>f iOTIW TO Vivian H. Heynold. whoa
.. Mrs Ella Johns who Is seriously of the Starke Musicale at the suit for I'lon has been fliedagainst : : nhlld has been filed \ II..lnol.four( In Circuit 4.'onrt......,...llrndford.. .. l'orsety, renldenc !I.' Unknown
i named
; In 4 "
of tile St. Johns Suwan- I I tn the abov named In the above that
ill, has had as her guuats the ear meeting you you required.' to Dnl'nthyVltteuusnn, Plaintiff, vs.I'lmrlcH You are hereby JJ
with Mrs Jack W. Able is expected to re and Capitol Districts of the Court and rent and you are reiiulr-, and cause and you are' answer orpleading Wlttt-mann, Oe'.ndllnt. suit for Dlvorc has been filedagainst
:Ircle! ly part of the week Mrs. LoyselleBrinaou. nee ... In serve s ropy "f Your an..rn" serve A copy of your No. 871 1Notice In the above nam.OCourt
Ircle leader In turn soon to spend the winter In Mrs, James Reddish and Florida Federation of Music Clubawhlch pleading to the complaint on thePlxlnliffs to the complaint on thePlaintlfrs I( Cae* you and required .
K. Skipper .
s Joseph To Appenr. yoftyoare
I.n. Attorney andserve
T. anwer
Starke after being hla home In the Friday Musical Attorney Pefendant.residence a copy
at met In ,
Thursday Mrs Jacksnnvllie.
hostess ion, Greg of Valdosta Ga.. drum Stark. Florida and file the 221 Graham I illdlnir. CharlesVltlemann to the complainton
h ,,.,, week for the Ventnor N. J. for the summer Walter Alvarez of Jacksonville Auditorium In Jacksonville\ Tues original In the offlc of the Clerk FlorldA. and file the the original. Circuit I I.hereby I'nknown notified that A the or Plaintiff pleading Attorney. Evan 1
of .
and Mrs. E. T. had of the Circuit Court on or before In the offlc of the Clerk' You are l>. Evans, Jr.
Mr. Shull a: cBreclll.todv' And Neal
dnv and Evans
Baptist and Mr of T.
the First and Mrs. R. S. Johns day.Sen. 19th tiny of November ISM.otherwlee Court on or bef.il the' 'IStll .silt for Plvorc JackMmvllle ;
ner with 27 mem- their weekend guests their son and Lake Butler. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns the tlie nllcaatlonN. of sots of November last; otherwise the nod i-ontnil' of minor Ihs chllil above has Siam-been 103' IMW, Florid Kxchonariulldlnn unit" file the o"llfln-
will In
Mr. weekend guesu will b. taken. a.* confeen-. lleKAtlon of en.I.I Complaint filed) against you of the
and Mrs Complaint Clerk
daughter-In-law. Dr. J. Maxie Dell Sr. of Gaines- will have as their taken a* eonfeened by you. eI, Court and cauno and. you ar' rquired *- Al In the entice of the
Edward T. Shull.. Jr., Mrs Shull'i of Dade City .d by y..u.Thl. b* b published a copy of your an- circuit Court on or before the
((3. Burgett of Hoi- ville la the guest this week of Sen. Mrs. George Dayton .. notice. shall h. publishedonce This notice shall *annsecutlVeweeks to to the comnlAlntoS of November 1 tift U ntherwl.ethe
the former Helen mother Mrs. Homer H. Yarbrayand and Mrs. Charley Johtu. Sen. Onell Rogelia and Jack each week for four coneecuttveweekn once each In the week Bradford for four County T.'.. :: "Ihs or rValntlff.: : Attorneys' Evan day allegations/ of said. Complaint' '

aunt and h uee- daughter Mian Nancy Yar. Guy Sale who was confined to Rogells of Sarasota Mra. Helen In the Kradford County Tele. graph. T. EIxrhana"iHullsina..iark.sonvllle .. will b* taken .II. confeiid by you.
: b
,er i
.r phtuitml tvawa shall! published
of Decatur Ga. Tallahassee and Mrs. hated this Idth Icy of O..tob..r.U81. IBS This notice .,,, 1
\ ,<,\la p. Kellogg of bray the Flagler Hospital In St. Augustine Kennedy of this lath day of October, Florida. And file the orlalnnl once each week for four "
here last week Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Halle and a few days last week for i Huldah Morgan of Jacksonville.The 1161. REAL) A. ;I rhema., In the i.fflco of the Clerk of the nthdv week In the Bradford County. Tale
gy ere I and Mra. Halle of St. and their guests will (OKKIC1 "; r.,) A. J. Thoma, (OFFICIAL Court Clrculr Court on or' before the
Mr. Wiley Circuit .
Johnsea .
of the Octob.r.l
friends.n treatment returned to work Mon I ("lerk I of the Circuit Court.Hy I Clerk t9 I: "tlirrw e.the "natid this 4th clay of
Kearns returned Petersburg were Sunday guests ol day. attend the Gator Growl and homecoming Myrtle T .l'.aver, Deputy Clerk :' Iy Myrtle T. Deaver Peniitv 10111 4t Clerk HIP allegation eels'Cn! "J '"'"t "t. .

vacation In Louis- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Halle. Charles Knight of the U. of F football game In Gainesville Poll| 4t II I II' will h* taken lie ehall*"nf b*"."*T ,lh'J"lJ'J lf1'r1,0l' (OFFI'IA Clark SKAT."f the (A.' "..J...Thom....

Illness on her Friends of Mrs A. F. Sauls will last weekend In Starke. He Friday night and Saturday. NOTION\ T.. aPPEAR Thin notice weeV for four .. Deaver
of spent .. T.
... C. Myrtle Dpst/tCler
u..e In rircnlt. Cenrt. nrnaforj C..tr, .. Clrrnlt' ( .c. BmUCerd r.CI Ink Tel'. By =
suffered a brain regret to hear she U confined to was accompanied home by a college Mr. Robert Kinard of Galneayule riorlilnl In rhnnrerv. ..rMl In (............. weeks th. TWadford
la now much her home because of Illness.\ friend. was the Saturday morning Carmen I....e Knor: Plaintiff v>. JenUnry Florence Mlirne. PlAlnllff, v.. Willis .rAph.
She and as KnBor, PefendnntCane. Vernal)l-Cooper Hurn, I liefendnnt,
In at home here. Miss Mary Demaree of Gaines.villa Mrs. J. E. Futch Is visiting Mrs. guest of Mr. Riley Wasdln No. R71ROrn Cane No. H733 --

.' hepherd had as her was the weekend guest of her John Mixon in Wllllston for two the weekend guest of Mr. and Mr. >T Of Pnhllcntlnn And "Notice' Tn Notice Tn _.....11..
niece Mrs brother-in-law and slater Mr. and weeks James Deaver. Cases.. lit.le Of PlorMn T.. Tn: Wllllm l'..rnell Cooper' llurnw,
y her\ Ja.ae flarv V'nior, v hone reeldenr* whose renldcm-e. In: t'nkmiwn.
at Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mr. and Mra. Claude Massey of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clyatt of and edilreni' l. ;: 6015 Indian I.nne: hereby notified that s
Ton are
,,?. J. R. Hill of Mr. and Mra. Hubert Grogan of Atlanta Ga. are the guests for I Tampa visited} their aon-ln-law and Co You I lure. are Park retiulred Md. to appear on November unit. for ftlvorc ha. ben namedCourt filedmtuln.t Won e Are OVERSTOCKED

e overnight guestsMr Griffin Ga. spent the weekend with ten days of Mr. and Mrs. J, R.Challteen. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 14. Itini.! In the Above named And you cane In the and. above you ar* r*_

,. and Mrs. I. Mr. and Mra. C. C. Shepherd and Jr. The Chaateens and I Jau D. here of Chlefland waj also eeekff divorce ewer or pleading to the complaint GENUINE
lAons also family. their guosta spent the weekend at Telegraph shall publteh this Order MeanT _
Plaintiffs Attorneye
I'edni'gday Mr.TltU.1 Friends of Mrs. A. L. Alvarez the Brownlee cottage at St. the guest of the Jaudona on Satur In net, four weekly I.."..*. o'flclutell on, KvAnx the and NeAl 11. K.vnn" Jr..
Rev I will\ be happy to hear that she returned Xvitne" mv hand sod 103 Law KxchnnK HiillOlni. Jackonvllle -
rnwcll. Augustine. day.Tom Miss I nt "stnrke' Florida, tliln Oitoberft. .. Klxrlilil. nnd file the nrlKln.si : ".
guests of Mr. and home Tuesday from St. Mrs. J. W. Klllian of Waynesville Welsh and daughter, 1911.1 In the office of the Clerk of the Ford Accessories 9
at Klngsley Lake Vincent's Hospital where she has N. C. Is visiting her brother Flo Welch of New York City will (OFFICIAL 8EAT.' ,. J. Thorn. Circuit Court on or before. the Idth
I I been confined for the past three J. J. Tniby, who has been very fly here Saturday to spend two PT Mvrtle T Ae Peaver Clerk of r>eputv said. Court Clerk. day the allegation of November., of IBM.enld Complaint olherwlii* .

weeks. She Is getting along nice I 111 in a Jacksonville hospital weeks with their daughter and Chas Tl. 11..... Z04-OB anarantv LifeHulldlnir
llllps( of Tallahassee Aflet Jnek.. nvlllw "''nri".. rr '7 Radios
alteeMrs. H. E. Tucker. ---- -
of Mr. and ly. Mr. and Mrs., J. T. Quigley are 10118 4t 1IIP|
nd guest
of! Klngsley Lake. Sgt. and Mrs. W. B. Dowling spending a few days at their sunnier the two week's; visit the three wll 4 I

Mrs. Ralph I have returned to Fort Monmouth I home In Hendersonville, N. I C. go to Pine Harbor Ga. to vial NOTICE; !: TO APPEAR 2W" Heaters
Kelcher E ...... ,
John I. ( '' t
ot Tucker's brother 'r.
Mrs. .
with Mrs. T. A. MORley i
pirn Brown Godwin N. J. after two week's visit Dr. and Klnrlitm, In < *.mrrrr.Kalph ..
Sheller spent; Mrs. Dowllng'a mother Mra. Mae Delray Beach were guests of Rei LaMon for several days.B. I. Adam, 1'lnlntlff vn. Lena SEW Gas Tank Lock Caps

ggy ickjonvllle. Edwards. and Mra. T. G. Mitchell from Wenesday Ray Rodda had as his Sunday ,Mae Adams. L'arendant.Case No. I7HNollee

I through Sunday. guests Mr. and Mrs. B. A :; T. A....r.Toi Lighters
Mr and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Rodda and son, B. A. Rodda Jr l.f>nn Mae Adiim". wh.ne renldence 0SF-
Ml Palatka and Miss Betty Rodda IKVoodlnnd. Drive, Helton
had as their Sunday guests Month Carolina.
and Mra. I. H. Hazen and aoi of Jacksonville. The familY; I Yon are hereby notified that a D1f'" Hood Ornaments
Foster memorial salt for Dlvorc ban been fll.d1I.'n.I < Enamel In th. .
Hugh of Jacksonville Mrs Ralph visited\ the Stephen' In above named The only
you the it
Hazen and Mr and Mrs. Doyle at White Springs In the, Court sAd reuse. and you are required .- world that's mod with F" Vanity Mirrors & Others ,.
to serve a ropy of your newer
Hazen and son, Ralph and O. W. afternoon. or rleitdlnir. to the complainon .nuln Valtpar.if .
Hazen of Brooker and Miss Cornle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson ol the rinlnllffn, All"'"." .. Evan e

Dedicated To Community Service Knight of Keystone Height. Baron ton, Ga. were woekent .'T. RvHnM anti Neal Hulldlns 1> Kvane. Jackeonvllle .r" 10T.AW FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS -

"Movie Are Better Than Ever"t.20 Mr. and Mrs J. H. Raulerson' of guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H' Florida nrhiinK and file the ctrlirlna

Jacksonville were Saturday guys Slnde. In the office of the Clerk of the Clreitlt .

ONLY Sun., IMon. Oct. 21, 22PNIQMORGAN of Mr. and tlln. Cecil Sewell.Mr. Ralph Dixon of 'VlntGard..n of November Court.on, lf or>K1.before: otherwle the lllfh the day al.: ToGo At A Great DiscountSEE
and Mr*. Martin Land and was the overnight guest Tuesdaj I levatlon of said Complaint will he

k FEATUREPATROL sons Robert and Edward will at- of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. taken Thin a*notice ronfeeeed.ehill by be you.publliihed ,

tend the Gal<1t Growl In Gaineivllle Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont once each weelf for four coneecutlvweeVe .
and children Joyce and In the Bradford County Tele BR1CKETTES
\ tonight. gomery US FOR CHARCOAL
grs pn.Inited
it Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd of Gene of Bradenton will 00 gupsliof thin Iflth day of Ortotier.

? MAI(0( Jacksonville were Sunday guesl tll i Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry 1< 51OFr"ICIAT.. BTCATO A ) Tbomaii.Cl v. help you with your

( tt.rrll N.f of Dr. and MM. W. E. Middleton I man from Friday to Sunday. "rk- of the Clreult Court problems.

ins xs r NEm1soN 1 Mrs. Adolph Gay and daughter Mr. and Mra.of H.Tallahassee 0. Davis arrived Jr- Py Myrtle T. Deaver, rise 101"",.4t'"ler 11111|* pointing Andrews Motor Go.

Geraldine and Pauline vlsite and son. Greg -

1an.alae Mrs. Cay's Ulster Mrs. Ben Cool I yesterday for a short vtsli NOTICE" -TO APPEAR FARM, HOME

Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. with Mra. Davis' parents, Mr. and In rircnlt (........ llradfore] CammliVtntHtmt Fla.
etkEa In SUPPLYStarke
AUTO Starke
IN < "... ..,. 118 ,
and Mrs. Roland Burgoi Mrs. R. J. Davis Jamee. 1'1......" ,.1<'''.anlel 1'lalntlf. Phone(
eir Plus Latent. News anil. 'BtlghttyDaffy" and daughter Pat of New Havei Mr. and Mrs. H. S. DuVal of v.. Mary Katherine McPanlvl, l>efendAnt Fla.
team rIKeaa Cartoon Conn. were guests last week (of I Columbia S. C.. were guests las Cans Ni. 87U ,
M-tlr% To Appeeje. 1 -
w a.eUEIE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Friday evening of Mr. DuVal'acOlIsln. : To Mary" Katharine Mrttanle. I" r" .

t11arqw'adr" Wed. Oct. 23 2H'' Yjfr.. and Mrs, M. F. Hazen "perlast Mrs. J.' M. Mitchell. MrsMitchell '. whose. reeldenc Delivery, and..II...
Tues. recenl
week touring along the Wei alas had as a den HlTiton. West Vlrirlnla.You .
and visiting I l In another coualn, Walter Wll are hereby notified that, a ,
Coast of Florida guest THURSDAY. I
MAN WITH milt for Dlv..... has been file
1DJtlfiii Feriaacola: '\ (lams. Jr. of St. Petersburg. a 4relnnt ".... In the mho*. named
CLOAKPlus Mr. and Mr e. C..J.. M. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell were (Court and cause and you are r*- "
THE 1,.. Wllaor quired to e.erv a copy of your an- MONDAY
visiting Mrs. Maud Robert visiting Mr. and 1<
1/of fasouSYrea were awe. or pleading to the complain
"Goonn. Front The M..o.-'; I and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Graham Masangll In Gainesville Sunday. on the Plaintiff Attorney T. Frank 4 at
Florida and file
1.'IUNIERSP Mra. Ullle Cone of Brookel Iandrum. Htark
Cartoon an Latest NKWS In Mleanopy Sunday.Mr. the orlprln In the offlc of the ejl
-" and Mrs. J. Lewla Hall of spent Wednesday and Thursday clerk of the circuit Court on or b*. Carpenter'sYour
Mrs. M. F fore the lllth day of November. 1911 I.
weekend with her
Tallahassee will bo guest daughter, otherwise the allegations of Pall l
Thurs., Fri. Oct. 25, 26 of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing Hazen. Complaint will b* taken a* eon Itexall])
Mra. Pearl Schropshler and her Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. HaferJr. feeited by you. ti Store
,. This notice ehall b. pnbltahelones
cane. rxiw mother Mrs. McGrhegan sp..nt of Tampa were Saturday each week for four eonnecutlvweek .

'.pu..an"ewua.. .a pwis the early part of the week vlsitln visitors of Mr and Mr... R. J In the Bradford County Tele.

,a..Mint.a.Y.1ae 1010,. &'ties,wMe ieMTb I relatives in Tampa.Mr. Davis. *re.ph.Tinted. thin 1th dny of October.

..e1.y/.veer. and Mrs. Joe Brinkley and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. flaxen spent I9R1IOFF1CTAT. l'UlmST
RRAf.) A. J ThomaeClerk
Rgdr Mrs. Flo Lyons of Je\ckaonvlll the weekend In Center 11111 vLilt of the circuit Coon Rub
PLUS spent last weekend with Mr. and Ing Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hazen. fly Myrtle. T. Denver, t"-onty Clerk Mi-31 RUBBING Rex -
ini;; 4t inX'OTIfK III
Franklin Bitch underwent '
Mrs. J. C. Fogg.

val Mrs. F. H. Long had as her tonsllectomy last Friday at St : TO APPPn PINTS I ALCOHOL 6 Oz.

l INCSerial! of Courage Sunday vUltorn, Mr. and Mn Vincent's HoxpltaL ,. ('1.....,. ('". ..,. Bradford <'o..lrKlorlilejt 16 Oz Size
I .
Richard Thede and son Ricky Mra. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville In h..,....
Robert Curler, Plnlntlff. v.. Ella
l\i) tlairliif I and Mr. end Mrs. Bill Long of visited her daughter Mrs. T Wlnie.mii Curler HefenOnnt 2for.80 2 for .80 2 for a90

'AUOIE MURPHY rdalNAU.OIN I Gainesville.Mrs. Frank Landrum. and family over Can. No. 174 _
Votlre Tn Ae>e r.To.
Mattie Gahngan left Ins the weekend. Mrs. Rogers Mrs : KllVllllHtnri Carter, whoeereeldenro
ooBaby' Friday to visit relatives In Seven Landrum and daughter. Frances. I In14: Fhake. Street, I'ort.

Butt" Short nah Ga. and 1n Buford Bluff; spent Saturday In Galn..avlllevildllng mniith You Vir.are In hereby I... notified that a PUREST MINERAL OIL, 16 oz., 2 for .86 --- Qts., 2 for 1.26
aTOON And and Hardeevllle S. C. for two Mr. and Mr... Q. R nit for Divorce has been. fll d1I..ln.t
you In the above named
week. Rogers. Court and cane* and you are r.-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bird wer G. S. Newcomb was In Tamps nulred. to serve a copy of your anwer GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES, Adult and Infant, 2 for .44
and Mrs. D. E from to II. or pleading. to the complaint'
guests of Col. Sunday Tuesday attendinga nn the Plnlntirfv, Attorney, nay.
Knight and Mrs. Bird's father Coco-Cola convention.Mrs. Peldcn, Pelden Ilullillnir, Daytona,
>Jlollis V. Knight recently MM. D. E. Knight and Hollla V. Reach In Klorldn.the, office and of the file Clerkf thenrlKloal Rexall MILK of MAGNESIA, 16 oz., 2 for .40-

Bird Is the former Nancy fAe i Knight were guests of the former', the Circuit Court on or b..'"..
Knight. brother-in-law and slater. Mr. and the Itth day of November, 1t>Motherwle :

NOTICE.Meat Mrs. J. t. Ogden: of Pompano Mrs Charles Larsen. Jr. and family comr-lilnt* the win alleciitlone I,. taken as of eon.Said Ilexall LaxativeCold Rexall Little Rexall Aqueons

Beach was the overnight JIt'U..at over the weekend In Lakeland. feewed by you. ,

last( Frlda of Mr. and Mr... E. 3. Frank Herlong and Mark Her. This each notice weak. chat far }nnr be> coneecntlveweeke putillehedonce Tablets Liver Pills Nose Drops

Dowling. Sr long of Jacksonville were Monday In the Krcdford Conntv Tele. I

'James L. Sllcox who was opera guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Her- rrerhrmted thin of
lUll day October

; Curing Room is now open on Thursday of last week liRiverside long Mian,., Sara Barefoot a stenographer (151.IOFF7'IAT.. : PRAT.) A. J. Thorn.. 2 for .34 2 for .36 2 for .44
hospital Is getting dons Clark'>f the ClrcuU CourtTy
*In the office of the FreshWater Myrtle T. Reaver Deoutr Clerk
well can be expected.
the as
ke of meat in same a* "
care your Little Glenn Prevail. 11 montl Flah and Game commissionIn 10111 4t 11'9

old son of Mr. and Mr. J. G. Pre Tallahassee will be home for I eel
ient manner and by the same content vats Sr., returned home Saturday the weekend with her parents Mr. '

after being' confined In tot and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Rev. TOILETRIES CANDY and SUNDRIES

curing means as for the p st'five Alachua General hospital la'week '' and Mrs. W. J. KaufmanMrs. q .

with pneumonia. Little Ada Alexander and Mlsa
16 Oz. MaHcal'8Hand Liggett. Plain or Almond
Glenn Is very much Improved. Wilma Alexander spent last Frt-
years.SALT Mr. and Mra. J. A. Chrlstmaf day In Jacksonville.Dr. Lotion, 2 for .70 Choc. Bars, 2 for ,.37

t Sunday and Monday Ir and Mrs. M. B. Herlong returned -

't spent Marianna visiting Mr. and Mrs I home Sunday from theli 6 14 Oz. blaecal'sHand Kiddy Pops 2' for ..11ilexall'R
summer. home !In Wayneavllle N. '
.r. C. Andrews. Cream, 2 for .60
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Slmmoni All Types and Faces ,.
I Mrs. V. S. St.
John Mis Alice
6 Oz. Coconut Oil
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manaaseof
in| St. John and Sharon Cluff spent Balloons 2 for 11 r
Lakeland spent the weekend Shampoo 2 for 54 ,
the weekend In Clearwater as the """" aiMMSBHBBBBlBBSBHVVBIBIBBBBIJBBBBBM
Auburn Ala. where theytattend.dhe
d SUGAR CURE guest. of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Claw
football Ma
U. of F.-Auburn game Palmas Lavender Boxed

Saturday.' entertained The E. t. Matthews family and Soap, 2 for.' e .76 Tumblers, 6 for .35 \:
Janie Avery
Mrs Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns

at a birthday luncheon last FrIday -' moved back to town over the Savon Au last Boxed Plastic f.
I .
POUND ..ArthurWI1Uam. E
PER honoring
weekend from their hornet
3< summer
I anniversary. Helping to celebrate on Klngaley Lake. Soap, 2 for 1.01 Coa.ters,2 for .05 te. .,

the occasion were Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smith of

I and Miss Beatrice Cady. Kings Mountain. N. C. spent the PropertyOwnerNeeds

,_ t Mrs Levy Canova Is expected weekend with Mr. Smith' brother
r I home this weekend from the and sister-in-law Mr. and Mra. ALSO
Stationery First Aid
Alachua General Hospital where F. F. Flume. Supplies And

[OUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED ihe underwent an operation Thura- I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard William. Windstorm Insurance Hundreds of Other ItemsCARPENTER'S

flay of last week. of Lake City were Saturday guests

I Mrs. Bessie Green of Live Oak I: of Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Daaaby. Cost is low-Insure Now
was the guest of Mra. W. L. Andrews ,| Mrs. K. C. Duncan had as her

I from Thursday to Saturday -: weekend guest, her brother R. E

of last week. I I Tticl of Washington, D. C. and
I I Mrs. Lestr Crews of High I I her sister\ Mrs. Roy Smith of Ten- Charley E. Johns

arke Ice Co. I Springs' spent the weekend wither nil]*. Ga. Agency
mother. Mr. J. M. Mitchell I Mr. and M... Russell| Seymourof

I who was 111\ from the effects of a Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Pboao IS STABILE, FLA.

tplder bite. Mr and Mrs. L. A. Da via and

C 12 Starke Fla. Mrs. Ms Edwarda baa returned also attended service. |n the new
she ii Methodist Church.Mr. The
to Daytona Beach where Phone U Rexall Store
C making an extended visit with her and Mrs. George: C. White '" .... Starke, Fla.

ion and daughter-in-law\ Mr. and of Tallahasse spent Sunday with it** ***.AlseTHETRAVELERNanrae
MM. Elbert Edwards. Mrs. J. W Whit. and family.


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0CT191951 IItIKflEi&

W IiS "' ....
FlorMa and file the NOTICE! TO APPEAR ,
I for ald Special Tax: School Distnt Jacksonville.\ rircBlf O ..'. I.h.
In Bradford
B office of the Clerk of Coajnlr !> ,
an eternity Henrietta had her pigs al b votedon original In .1
Number 1 hall "o the Florlttnl I* ffcancrrr.Jo .
Coort on or I lOpe ,
and a good Utter it is. She had GRAHAMBy and determined at the name time, 'the Circuit 1951 ; otherwise Williams, Plaintiff, V*. Alline Will I I. ,
.. prescribed I by law The County 211th allegation William Defendant. Case No.8694Nllc .
nine and except for one which Is the of .aid Complaint Thi- 1 ,
FARMER'SDIARY Board of Public Instruction accordance .
To Appear.'To >h,
confessed by you. \
small, they are big and uniform :Mr.*. John MrKlnny with the provision of will loa notice taken *shall> fce published : Alllne William., whose rul.| onciweeks> .. < "' 1' II.

Now if we can raise the nine we Section 230.23 IU) (a), FloridaSchool tunes Thl each week for four consecutive dence 1*: Rout 1, Ambros Oeorirla. graph ': .' 'tk.;
Law, 1944 has determinedthat Tel.-l You are hereby notified that ""
may make some money on that Mr. and Mr*. D L Shaw of La. the minimum mlllair\ assess week In th* Bradford County suit for Divorce hag been filed a 151.OFFli'i1 Dai.'. I .'
litter. tm-nt for 'the ensulnir biennium for rAph. of September against you In the above named .....
cross were visiting Mr and Mrs. the mipport and maintenance of Pa..d this 27th day and and ( ,
Court cause 'AT
Hy Sam :Mcflarvey E EThe C George Rivera Sunday. all the public/ school within the *OFFICIAL' SEAt A. J. Thomas. to serve a copy of your an. Byf(, I T
t .At last had the house pasture said dNtrlct to bat ( Circuit Court. aver or pleading' to the complaint
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Cleric of the
I author will be glad to re- P Young- Iil-iil., I., i No, 1 Current School Clerk. on the Plaintiff. Attorney. Znch TI 'I
r -l\e Items of Inter** concernIng P mowed by Harold Eunice and he blood and Mrs. Victor McLeod of Fun l 8 Mille. By :Myrtle T Denver, D.2! "'4t 10119'VOTIVE Rouala505 Lynch BuildingJacksonville. 8.45tO1ity0 .;
Pj did a good job considering the fact Wauchula were visiting their sister fll'rl No I Ttulldlng- & Bus Re- Florida and file the 111
the swtUltles of Itarmfrn In Fund S Mills rn
serve original In the office of th Clerk of (.lr..1t
that the land l is still I In beds and I."tori
Bradford County. Suggestion' may [Mr*. John McKinney over the K'ir, t the purpose of holding aaldelntlon TO 'PPE'Rr. th. Circuit Court on or before the Fi.rIIn p lii I .. "".1..11
It hall not been mowed in a longtime weekend. In OH..h of the voting CIrcuit ('..a... Dradford Conatr. Ulh day of October 1951 : otherwise. S'irui" b. ...,. (
j be left at the Telegraph office or .clni-t, of 'tho county the allegation of said Zach II 1 HOBI-.
Now we hope to keep itmowed Rivera Flnrlilai la ( ,hnscerr.Freil th* Complaintwill
mailed to Sam MtGarvey Lawtey, George spent Monday in clerknnd, Inspector are pr"1: Klemer Plaintiff .... Concep- be taken n* confessed by yon. next f, 1'p' ;;i.: fc",....
Florida regularly and see If we Gainesville on Business. Flect:, i.fl Precinct No. I- .. don R'em.' ... Defendant.Cast Thin notice shall he published lugt'n' t I 'Ii I INoIo
j can keep the ragweed and dog Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood Troy TVnnett" (Clerk Darbv ( No. 8696 one each week for four consecutive n Wfcr
kin,.. Shlpman Sapp IT. ('. Harley.Klectlon >.. 1r f ....yy....... ..y TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMet fennel from taking over. If we returned to their home in Wauchu- Precinct No. 2-N. Starke, ToConcepc'on: Rlemer. whose. Ir..nph. Tn 7 Ap.l""..

the can, we plan to plant White-Dutch la Sunday after spending two Fata Urown Clerk Aubrey Moore, :, residence !I.: ?""1 Amsterdam Ave.nue Dated this 27th day of September, WlIOsj' r, 011.\E1p05 _,
five shoatS we had In leftfield William Norman at William., Nat William.. I ,
The clover this Fall. T. S New York N. Y. 19R1. tlimidNew -n,,, ,. I 1) cars .j,
In corn and peanuts let us market who had some ft-edera. He weeks with relatives here. KleMlon Precinct No. ft-S. SI.ka. You sr. hereby notified that a (OFFICIAl, BFIAI.: ) A. J Thomas, I", I.....
S R. F Demon-lit. Clerk, P. t... Bridge, relief has \ Y ,
suit for Divorce and other Clerk of the Circuit Court. out ,
: know that the feed was Just about told ua this was his first sale at Alice has been taking good care In (IrenK r.nrt. Hrnnfnril famnlr, K I D ,fOfl... A. 1). Crosby. hpen filed against you In the above By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk suit u., i v Per I"(
market "" ..rhln' la f'hnnrery. Klertlon: Precinct No 4-(1r"h..m. against, 'I .., t,
gone by breaking out so we pen. that named Court and cause and you are 9128 4t 10119NOTICE .,
for few and C.Katrinka of Stella's six pigs and giving flo"mnn K n..118". Plaintiff' v.. Olid Ot'orge. RiverS, Clerk. John McKlnnev required to serve a eopy of your Court 11: ",. he OL ., .
ned them up a diiys Perry Dval John ,Surrency.Rleillon 1M S__
them pig and sow meal and she H. Halley Defendant. answer or pleading to the com- qulrod n ,
then took them to the market atI the tractor. blew her Cue No 72SOrder : .Precinct' No. B-Hampton plaint on th* Plaintiff Attorney, TO APPR4.ltIn swer "? ,, nt'lt
: weighed them to what the Circuit Cnnrt Bradford InK
I! Gainesville. The shoats averaged top. or to be more accurate blewa see Of FufcllralUn 4ml >oll.'eTit I.. .1. Wynn Clerk. K. n. Watter vVllllnm T). )Morsrsn. ItO? Clark P.ulldInar. CoOnty on that' S1, I '"
I Florlilai la) Chancery.Claude
result of her Mrs M. C. Sweeney JohnBlack fileIII
care has been. The on Jacksonville Florida, and Douglas,
for head Sam got a new. tppenrl as...> 1"f Florida Tnt M. Crosier' Plaintiff vs. Kill .h
; 84 Ibs. and we got 30c a pound gasket. mono orIginal In the office of th. Jackson ,1orlBlnnl y" '",
biggest one 14 1-2 Ibs. at 24 Italley. who. residentlu' *
weighs ( : ''e McCann Crosier D..t.nd"nt.Ca.e '.
'f... them which we thought WitS very gasket and put It on. but now 121 I N. hongt.., Pullaliurv.. N. C. Election Precinct No. I-Th..r..a. Clerk of the Court, on or before the Noaosh )h..1 0n( f.
4 weeks) and the average is about W. a Slhlev. Clerk, Adam homey dav of October, 10.M ; otherwise\ the Clr, ul29th lb.
2 th
Indeed. We did not for due to a low, of comprrsalon or You are required' to Settee To Appear. r' .
I t good stay 12 1-2 lb. for Tom appear onNov'mber Mrs J P Dickinson Mra. C. It. the allegations of said Complaintwill ilnthe or...
except Thumb. 1951 'In the Elsie) McCann (Crosier whose 1
12. above To
; or other he can't get : Cochrane.Klectlon. : 'I-
the auction ( had to to a something confessed by Hll- '
an we get b* taken a. you.
the tlnest pig In the world. who named fourt and cause., wherein Precinct ''.?o. 7-VewRiver shall be. published residence. Is: Unknown. I will li.Thlv. '..
:1', Jacksonville hatchery for Home the doggone thing started again. now tips the beam at only 7' Ibs. >lulr>flff seek dlvorr' Bradford M T.. Johns. Clerk, rteddlshAndipnM This each; notice week for four consecutivewxek You are hereby. notified that a .
I chick we had ordered) and JudgIng By the time he gets through with (ounly Telegraph hall> publish. this Frank Tomllnson Jay ore In the Bradford, l County Tel"Dated *. suit for Divorce has been filed 1 I once ent I ".
,.. C C Order In next four' 'weekly Issues.Witness Moody against. you In the above named ..
the excellent got the tractor though he will know : ; Weeks I. \ 11 H'f
price we .
by mv hand nml official a al Klwcllon frflctnct No. n TJrooker, of September Court and cans and you are required 'II!
She also thla 27th day graph.
, we had better 'May away again. something about It And It seemsto got some of Henrietta'spigs at Hiurke, Klorldn. this October II, T..T Innu.r..w.\ .. (Clerk. T. ,V. I 11! to serve a copy of your answer l"att'tl "

J "' A neighbor of our Mac Griffis him that a farmer Just about to eat some mash when they 1951.OFFI"IAT.. Wetly Howard Douitlan, K. T (OFFICIAf. SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, or plradlnff to the complainton "Sc,
; ( SRAt.: ) A. J. Thomas;, Stewart.The. Court. in* Plaintiff Attorney Zach H 5JFTCtA1
J" did far better by getting 40o a has to be able to do minor repair were less than a week old and If As Clerk nf said Court. roftrrt of .Public InstructionItrndCord Clerk of the Circuit Depiirv Clerk DnuarlasMS,. T.vnch Tliillillna.Jacksonville. ( !:HA A :
they will be nv Myrtle T. Heaver' By Myrtle T. Denver Florida. and fll. the I"lult ,r Ih Ci..
eating we ,
Deputy Clerkrimn
; a f pound for his feeders which topped jobs on all his equipment If he start may \ County Florliln' 9128 4t 10119 By 1Ilyrll. T r 1
able to make something good out R. Hess. 2 4- t' : 1 the market- -a habit with Mac. wants to keep going. It l Isn't only Jni-k.a<>nvllle/ Via Circuit ('..n.f. Bradford Connlr.Florhlnl tt: tII111
of them.
the expense of having someone do Ally. for PIT I012| 4t 1112o's.lvi. | \ TO APPRitlVn I In 'rhMncerv.

!L \ ui--- -----I--I repair work It'a the time ._ Circuit (',...... llradforil Tnuntytl Mary U Thomas. Plaintiff vs. Henry
.i ) your In'j TO 4PPK4Hi "t..rlilat In f'haneerv.Mniiilie Men's Clothint
J We put hog mineral and fish Circuit Court. llrailford .. B. Thomas, Defendant.
1 f volved too. C'oniKr ,? James Toth Plaintiff v Case Vo fifli4 I ALVAREZ' STORE
I meal Florlilai In ('hanr.,... Dorothy Ann Tolh' Defendant.Cas Established 1891
r : .A C over in right field for the Marv 14, Karon.: Plaintiff Va' An. No. 8712 Order Of r..hll..tI..n l *nil Notice To

Built a home-mada electricbrooder ,: pigs but despite all our efforts the drew T.. I Rnson, Defendant.Cas. Notice T. 4ppear.Tn Appear T4TK B Thomas: OF', whose Fl.onil. residence ToiJJenrv
I calves Insist No. 1724 Dorothv Ann Toth. whose resIdenc. i
Installed It In our brood- on eating the fish !n".p 'To ,'spii..r. .. In- Sf Vincent's Retreat and l addresa 1 la: nknown:

er house, and have started 200 I meal. Never heard of calves eat. ToAnilrew: J.. Knson.: whose r."I.I..n.e Iinrriion WesUhester County, New You are required to appear on
21 1951.!> 'In the above namedCourt
day-old Red pullets Paid 36c j Ing feed like that but It seems < Ohio.I.' 1330 High Street Springfield. York, October and cause, wherein plaintiff' TAREZ&SONT

! .. wr.. I each for the chicks but they are to be doing them good for they Yon are hereby, notified that a suit You for are Divorce hereby and notified care, ..that....tndv.AnI a. seka divorce alimony, etc. Brnd-

"1 ROP' and from stock guranteedto are as fat as can be. suit for Divorce", property rights, control of minor child has been ford County Telegraph shall'l'lIhJI.hIhl" IsWltnesn .
Order In next four weekly
I CIa> has been filed against you In filed niralnnt you, 'In the above .named
. lay at least 200 eggs a year i .11... .
he above named Court. and -.
and and
I raits* Court caun you are required and seal & 'Ip.;.T- ..
official "
i.; 'f 1- Thus we are following the first Took the hogs to market at and you are required to serve a copy to serve n copv of your' answer 1 mv hand lrt'h.--.

: rule In any enterprise which l Is I Gainesville then went to Jackson. of complaint vour answer on (h*nr rialntlff pleadlnir* to Attorney the- on the or Plalatlff's plendlnsr to Attorney the complaint. KvanT nt Ptarhe.. 151.OFFI'IAL. Florida, this !September22nd. ; 5 s::::,:; I TisAt.vgth'so's' : .-'I'{ We cprralt( In

t : : '- ''''' bo sure you have good stock to ville and got the chicks and after nay Helden. Hi-Men Rulldlng, K\nns nnd Neat D Kvnns.: ,T. 101 ( "SHAT As' Clerk) A.of J.sail Thomas Courtrtv ., %,, L' i.'. MASKi.nA ; J & hint dim*
Dnvtonn, TleRch Florida. and l fll* theorlirlnnl T.BW Kxchnnar. Ptillrtlnir Jacksonville 1 r::. 1
begin with. getting home :
noticed Clerk.Chns MOVING
safely that ) T Deaver. Deputv
Myrtle hi>teli t.
In the office of. th* Clerk Florida and file th*. original Inthe oy"
j \'Im' We built the electric brooder the car had a flat tire. Bad news of the Circuit Court, on or before the office. of the Clerk of the. circuit .>.. Bllg It. IT..Jacksonville... 204-05 TMorMsAttys. Guaranty' f p. '.:"': s.: T I .
and ends around 'when' 12lh dny of November I8S1 otherwise (',."rt on or before the itt dnv T.l :
/" D from odds lying your spare tire has a slow : for rif. 927| 4t JlI'U' & A
the allegations of said ('''m. of ]Ni'ti-mher 1DM-: other* Ixe the al. EXCEU.EMST0RI68
t I the farm. The hover had been leak and consequently Is never nlnlnt will be taken a* confessed 1 ;oB-ntlm. of snld Complaint' will betnkon
. j discarded some years ago and usable when you need It. But I>y you ,, as confensed 1 by you. OTICB nv .PPI.ICTIOV FOR .
_' This notice Shell h* published 1 ThU notice n...sll he publishedw TT BRED: \
was rusting to pieces out In the we hailed Jule Eunice. and he once each week for four. consecutive. ''arh wee" mc fnll" ennanrtiye NOTTCK HI HKRITY lIVEN That ,,

t ; : field. Made a top for the hover obligingly took the tire to Shutord' weeks In the Bradford, County 1'.1.- w.eVo In the ftradford County. Tele.rnnh n. C'. Ttnldree the holder of thefollowing _i FHIL1TIC
h.. filed said
graph certificates:
''J '.1, I from the top of the fertilizer hOpper -! Service Station and beforewe I'nted this loth tIny of October Dntfd this 4th dny of October.OFFlrTAT certificates. for a'"" to he Issued Agents For -
_.a. from our Cole planter cut a knew It we had the tire backon l51. I s'tu thereon. Th. certifies. Numbers, _
!I hole In It for an old electric fixture again. ([OFF'ICIAT, "SRAU' ) A. J, Thomas. ( "' '"'AT.> A. J Thomn end Year of Tssunnce, the description DELCIIERBROS.
j Clerk nf th. Circuit' Court. Cleric of the Circuit' Court of th. property and the names
!, put a switch on the top and Fly Myrtle T. heaver Deniitv Clerk. fly Mvrtl '1'. Beaver, 0.0...", CI.'V In which It was assessed lire a. fol- See uM/ :
, \ ; ,, ,
1 es! tt 102lOTirB | ( lows, p.J
wired the brooder to our water We 1012| 4t 113|
may not know much about _____ .lItl"A'* No. II. Year n> Ts.uancJune ..
'; pump line. Used a couple of feed farming and this undoubtedly I.a Is '*OTrrFJ TO APPRUI > TO APPTIARIn 1.1949! Description of Propertv. -
: sacks to make curtains around the grand r.' Circuit fonrt. llrniiroril ....n...... CIrcuit "...r(. Hrdford Coantr. 3W '4 of N'Wy lit AH NW'i' of
, I h understatement but we are .Inrloni In rhnn....,.. florlilni In Chancery. NW'4 'S" of Bd Section IS, Township
bottom and then build a little stubborn. We are once more backat Dorothv Wood Austin, Plaintiff, v*. Charles Caprnro, Plaintiff v*. 7 South Ran. 20 Ea. 80 Acres

ij; : Cold Weather'sCOMING' Ju-iuch high fence around It, using getting land ready to set out \kv. Yenman Austin Defendant.CBS* No. STIO Mary Patricia. Capraro Defendant.Cns* No. 1707. ton Name In which Assessed: n. B. Carl- FREE INSTALLATIO,

. ; half-Inch chicken wire. Got five some berry plants and we hope N.....* To A......... Votlce T.. Anpear.To C'eriiflcsts No t. Year of Issuance \ '
0// bags of wood .shavings for litter. that this time we will be Tn: w. Yearns. Austin whose Mary T'ntrlcla Cnpraro' whoa Jnn. 1. A. T). 1941 Description
repaired a couple of metal feed succes'sful enldenc, I Is: I'nknown. hut his last residence I Is: Brigadier Oroom of Property Lot 13, 14, of Blk 29. ON ANY GAS RAN
and get some plants In the known huslnesa address Is: car Cottnue, Bordon Hampshire Eng- Town of New River Sections 23 *
( troughs which were lying around ground. 1'l lltshurir Pint llus Company tanJYott 24, Township t South Range 20

and then a day before we were *' S S Richmond l. Virginia.You are hereby notified that a F...,. Name In which Assessed: Un.
suit for Dlvorca custody of minor k .,.
are hereby now
due to get the chicks we turned Enjoyed a pleasant suit Cur Divorce anil custody that of a .children etc. has been filed All of tile said property being In Purchased from our Ston,
very visit
:" : ; (It Always Has) the brooder on. using only a 40- with Mac and minor child ha. been filed against you In. the abov named the .County of Bradford Slat of -
Martha Maxwell gainst you In the Ahoy named Court and cau. and you are required Florida.
;, r\\ watt lamp. That proved inadequate and got a kick out of inspecting Oourt and cans and you ar. required to servft a copy of your answer Unless such certificate' or rertlflcate .
In to or' plead nor to the complaint shall be redeemed accordInr during
so we put a 100-watt their serve a copy of your answer *
I '. DO TilE SMART new broiler production plant. or pleading to th. complaint an the Plaintiff Attorneys. Evan to law the property describedIn t ; ,
J bulb and when that too was not Everything Is all very efficient 0" the Plaintiff's Attorney Zach H. T Evnns and Neal T.. Ruts,.,., Jr. such certificate or certificateswill ., a---'.

: ; ; \ ... TIlING enough to get the temperature up and scientific In their Douglas.. Soft Lynch Rulldlnir. Jacklonvlle lot Law Kxchana BuildingJack' be sold to the highest bidder I
to about 92 degrees at the edgeof chicken Florida and file the original. sonville. Florida and file the orltclnnl at the Court House on the first Mon.
< 1 ". raising, and It reminds us of our In the office of the Clerk of the In the office ftf the Clerk of the ;day In the month of November I*U. t
I'I.' .1'.1 \ the' hover we put In a two-way set-up it Is so different. Circuit Court on or before the 6th Circuit Court on or before the nth which I I. the 5th day of November You pay only the
: But day of November.. Itftli otherwise dir of November 1951 : otherwise' thealleaatlona .
socket and both bulbs In. ;
\\.1 ; Fill up'your Fuel Oil Stor. put they have a first class enterprise the allegations of. said Complaintwill of said Complaint will 1951.nate's this 27th day of September ; : price of the range

: .. age Tanks now before the That did the trick and we soon and we; certainly wish them all h* Ink..n as confessed by you be tnken a* confessed. by you 1S51'A. ; ;
I This notice Thla nntlc shall be published 3. THOMAS!; .
were able to get the *hal* a* published
. : last minute rush begins. In temperatureas the luck In the world. one.. each week for four consecutive once each week for four consecutive Clerk of Circuit Courtof and gai!. ,
high a* needed. Then we got S weeks. In the Bradford County Teleraph. weeka In the Bradford County Bradford County c ; ;
- t this way you will help relieve 10 Ibs. of chick-size grit. and 29bs. T..I..ph.Oal..d Florida. -1 : ; .

. 1 j our storage problem of chick size scratch and 100 Every month we get a bill for 1951.I Hi ted this 4th day of October, I ftst. thin 3rd day of October, tat 4t 10119In

) and we can plan ahead so Ibs. of chick starter and developerfeed. electricity and every month we almost (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL: "SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, Circuit "..nr.. Bradford ("oa.(,., Here is your dm
blow a fuse that Is, until Cleric of the Circuit Court. Clerk of the Circuit Court Flnrltlal. In ChNncery.William ;
there will .. rut the chicks In and
' always be an adequate gave Ry T. Clerk to
I, we think over the service Myrtle T Doaver peputv Clerk By Myrtle Deaver Deoutv D.: Clancv. plaintiff vs I',
supply of Fuel Oil on them feed on top of newspapersfor i In we get 105| 4t 1024OTICH 1015 4t 102MITICK | Elisabeth Marie Clancv.' Defendant. ,
exchange for
paying the bill Can No. amoOrdrr I
jt I hand when you need it. the first day some scratchto I Electricity pumps our water washes \ TO APPF.ttl TO .\.'.'.1.IIla Of Publication And Police ToAppear -
"' ( keep them pasting up), grit and In Clrrnlt f ....r'. nrsilfnnl ('imntr. Circuit ('''..r', llrailforil I'nuntr, STATE' OF FLORIDA T..lRllsnbeth Cook with &
. I and mash. W* were quite nervoui Irons our clothes washes Klorl.lsi In ( hnniery.I.Hoti t-'lorlilsi In f Hsjnperr.Kilwnnl Marl ('Ian..". whoe
, I dishes cleans the house mixes '' Vnn Noslran Plaintiff vn 1 J. lirun Plaintiff' vs. An- reslilenca I I.: ISe> 12. Cltronelle! ,
about them for the first day or so food Percy A. Van Noetran, Defendant ,Vlla. Dlron Defendant. Alnlinma:
,,' j hut they have settled down and sews clothes freezes and! C,..* Nil. 8720 Cas No. 8695 You are required, to appear on.
1 stores our food raises a batch of ""lh'i.. 'I'.. '......nr.Tn' \,,tlc* To 'pp.ur. October J9th, 11B1 'In the abov
seem quite content. Alice give chicks lights our I'eny A. Van Nostrnn uh,ireNldence -. To: Amelia lilron whose residence named Court and cause, wherein
them as milk house brings In 'Is': Unknown. State seeks divorce BradfordCountv l
much daily as they [ aDiinvera: Hospital IJanvers plaintiff
will drink. together with plenty of >[ news and entertainment by way You arc hereby nntlfled 'Hint a Man*. Telegraph shall publish this Slade Gas Co
I I of radio and television and all suit for Dlvorca and reetorallon nfmalilen You are hereby notified that a Or".' In pent four weekly issues.Witness .
....... .. feed available and water and they j this name has been filed again.tyou milt for Divorce cuntodv. of minor' mv hand and l official. sealst ,
.seem to be coming along fine. So'' I about $R a month. Of In the above nnmnd, Coitit nnd children etc hua been filed Stack, Florida this September
I course electricity does not do all CflIMe ant you are "llIlr..I 10 ...rv.. nKalnst you In the ..hov named 25. |1MOFFICIAT
far we have lost two out of the the Jobs. a copy of your answer or pleading Court and cans an,1 you are rq *. ( FEAt A. J Thomas Phone 121 Starke, F F"m f1t,
t : FUEL OIL 203 we started with and we think we've mentioned completely to tile complaint on the Plaintiffs n I red to serve a copy of your answer A. Clerk, of said Court.TPv .
but it does provide the Attorneys Hnlhsteln Warren., 2nl or pleading" to th* complaint Myrtle '1'. Beaver. Deputy, Clerk
that that Is pretty good. Total meaDS of Hmllh Hiilldlns;, Jni'knonv'lle! Florlla on the Plaintiff. Attorney, William E: K. Perrvman Starke. Florida
doing the
: cost of the brooder was-$0.00- Jobs fastet and f*. the original In the of. D "nrl H f KEROSENEPHONE and easier. Sure it costs money flc' of the Clerk of th. circuit --
, although we did have to buy a but today what doesn't? .ourt on or before the 12th dav of
' : couple of feeders and waterers at November 1DM.: otherwise the alle-
I rJ S rntlons .of said
will h
81 a cost of $2.20. Incidentally we taken *
as confessed by
like the hover njcthod of raising Every time we go over to the This notice shall he published "

chicks much better than the battery packing shed pump to see that once each week for four consecutive

I' ; John A. Torode type of brooder. for the reason the calves have fresh water we .graph.Dnted week. In the Rradforil County Tele P8tffT'IA/ffAiffilJLfl"!

that there is far less work notice a lot of fine young quail. thl* nth ,lav of October HM :,..
Reminds Thomas,
I us of last t' ,
Involved year when
, cleaning dropping pans we Clerk of t the Circuit Court .
; Distributor for Instance. had some trouble with hunters on Ill ?Myrtl T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk

!I S C our land hunting without permission. 10IJ' 4t lt'2 l::
We =
After waiting for what seemed asked them to please "I0'rU'1 TO .
ask us before they hunted In rtrenlt Court, nmdr..r4 County, =
on our Flnrlrtaf In (...."...r... -.
place and they aald that they always i r.llllan Miller "..r......,. Plaintiff va /

Family Out of Town (or Vacation? ] had hunted there before and' Tliomati lorman TiefendnntCi. ,No H7JII -.......- .-..
saw no -
reason to
a.k.Ve will %...lcf* Tn tapear.To .
Make Your Summer let folks hunt on our place with Th'imnK ilorman who.. refit.ilence ,.
permission but do and n.l FOR at theGUIDON not want them Street, Ifrooklyn. New York
to do so without our knowing for You are hereby. notified that a
we have stock which MOlt for Divorce nnd cuntodv and
we value ..ntrnl of minor child haa been
'I GRILL highly. and do not want to go out iBTitlnHt you In the abOve named :

Into the field and find a fine heifer "nurt and canoe and you are required Ij'-

MEALS FAT AT THE II K S TFQKOKT dead of gunshot wounds. or to pleadln nerve a copr to the of complainton your anwer ; ;

THE REST Our small nock of hens ls doing the Plalntlfri Attorney, T Frank

/a, fine Job of f"n.lr"m. Htark, Fliirlila and file
egg production
the original In the office of the
OUR 50c LUNCHEON ISvSTILL THE BEST FOOD least we think so. We have about Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be.fora .

BUY IN AMERICA! 49 hens and we are getting from I'SI ; the otherwln 12th dnr the illeaatlonil of .November of,

-- 18 24 eggs dally and that despite alii Complaint' will be taken ... con.
the fact that of the feitiied by you,.
Thla notice, nnall he publlnhedweeka
hens are going through a moult. Once ..'sc'h week for four cnn.cuiive

We are continuing their regular In the Itrndford County Tel.- ..... *
feed and are supplementing that this 10th day of October, A...... /",/.....,,. !I..... ****" '."..r _., .- IS,' .1 If
with all the milk I'll.OFP'TCTAt.. It ./'* Van f* .... ,, SMOOIHNt5S1
we can so >- primal **ttk VOWIII rourrlhalpufiynuaJiecultOlilmnabile's -
spare f:; ... : .. C".rr..r. ""
( SRAI.l II. J. Thomaa' '. ... I. Jcltrl"/
as to help them get their new Clerk of the Circuit Court ../..... .......f.. *** nr.f4M.l Netti... "Rocket" Engine i i. Log in 1I.dttill. -
feathers as quickly as possible In fly Myrtle T. "......., t,.,...." Cl.rk -4'Lt famous for it.response-'iteager. ()I'lomoble.. nu th' -.1..I

fact we think that this new breedof 10112| 4t | |!1or ,. ready power! Away from a green Dri". d.liv ..rr t tf1'

REFINEMENT chickens-the White Holland- -. OTIfPt !light or over the long haul. l>..ali.nt"e" <.n11

la exceptional In egg' productionand Tile """rd 1 of Public FIITTIONp Instruction .Dll "Rocket" performance .b tops! efTortl-I '"1 _

we would stick to It but for calln Bradford and gives County nolle, Florida. of hereby ICONOMTItub lh*"Km.Irtami DUI.IILI"Ilno: C" .O< l.

in every necessary detail in a Service the fact that White chickens are Klertlon to be held nn a T.Kpeelal...
available locally and widely known discounted when sold for meat. School November Dlntrlct 1., t5ci Number|I.. pedal Tax /11 r \ engine is i real high..,nmpreaaiimgaTerl road.p'o" prolld.our '
I of Brad sup,, .
for its modest cost. its wholesome S C ford County. Florida tha bonndarlen I 4 !Major advancement mil.. 'oj rr..:.. So
Got of tha laid Special TnT School in combustion chamber IIIM.OIl{) ": ,;"
so much work ahead of us Din. a7 design ..
and always tactful trlct I ci .- .
courtesy sympa Number ,
1 being .0..1.| "Hi. Iort ,
we don't know what to do first with the boundaries of the ff Lj: hay. mmle 61.1. yu. "Rocket"tore the 98" 01 SI""'
county .
thy. .. .. A .
but we are going to concentrate on a .lb. Florida Atatntea, 1ft l I. .. amended 1
getting things into the ground because ** Chapter 52734 I.... of Florida.
you can't sell *'s4?. Said I election ti ba
anything until held at
DeWITT C. JONESI'hone you raise It. the unual polllnar. place .In each votInar ffrez/j

7 Starke, Fla. nurpiino precinct of elect,In eald I n. county three trunteen for the S At 1111 / ,

S We won't 'say that farm life Is for boundaries all the, public of Special school Ta within.. Reboot the ( _J --

Funeral Director Ambulance Service a headache but we now for the Dlatrlc No. 1. Fach of the three

first time In our lives. buy big trustees shall ha elected 1 by the

Our local funeral home enable aa to offer conveniences and :230-tablet size bottles of aspirin. hut qualified not more electora than on of. said trusts county. shall. (',lt Tc'I..lon! CBS 1\i..u. With$11 YOU NEAREST 0 L D S MOl tL I DLALER .

services not otherwise available coma> for from which any one a County resident' ,. Board din.rlct no"elaa Edward, Moo.. mar.... Fri. at 7:50 P'I'. Station WMBR'Tt', ('.....n. I

v CARD OF THANKS member I. provided b.. law. The Courtmy of Your' OM m.il',, Dealer.
". wish to express our heart persons. qualified to hoM .....11 of.
We furnish the highest type service atloweet prices and felt appreciation for the beautiful 'I. anl who recwlva the .;.......t
',tmber 'if ..
.tl'sat fi'r ci.1 >01.(
accept ANT- life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT flowers words of sympathy and -'f'r',.,..... ,-,"J..t lr tha 11m".n. I TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
"I n. pr 'lh.,I ab.tw ...
other lialt s
company as payment in part or In full on a funeraL act of kindness shown to '"f II. ..Inll' two. yea, a* IVM v
Consultation us during our recent bereavement ',' ... .
carries no obligation. d I h ili-i I Tt. PHONE 111 '

-The MaD Ire family. I L ,"H..II'' >. nn nil', STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT


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their mind. Now I wonder wit
1 and her daughter and son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Belt
( Christian ChurchHave Sunday in Lake In-law. Mr and Mr. Sam Castle, Is going to come In next and jerlu

tit OUtt HAMPTON : STATE FARM William City as guests spent of Mr. and Mrs.G. Jr of Neon Ky. They came In out of a good sleep and stay

you ever attended service W Ferree.Mr. and stayed until about 8:30: then only long enough to say howdy?

at the First Christian Church? : Ity !Mr. "r'anlIlttit'''' Dad and Mom Belt andstarted Homecoming services at Black
1Int.1.: C. SweeneyMrs. and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland
I You will always find a warm wel- By i and daughter Meredith Ann of .. back to Neon with them. Pond will be the first Sunday In

# come and your presence la appreciated C'lub luncheon Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. J B. Strick- We do not know If Mom and. Dad November

So why not come this Wilson Bedenbaugh Satur-entered At one o'clock Tuesday. Oct. 8, land and son Johnnie, of Gaines are gone to make their home thor' I Adding Machine' ';;; and Portable

I Sunday and bring along your whole a Palatka Hospital on Friends I members of the Community Club ville. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Reddish again, or if they are just gone on Typewriter sol.I on time.-Brad

family. Jay for a kidney Infection. honored their out-going: and incoming Dennis and a visit. They had not made up
I and sons, Roger, ford County Telegraph.A .
ontgomery Methodist Church I| Bible School begins at 10 a,m. hope! she will have a rapid re- i officers with aleated Phillip, of Heilbronn Springs and, i
with classes for all. Parent come covery. lundieon. Covers were laid at two Mr. and Mrs. Junior Lyons of -
l Speak Tonight Following up the "Opening Week and bring your children to this Albert Sullivan spent the past !1 handsomely appointed tables, each the weekend

Churchv "Services" Ih the new First Metho- service week In Alachua General Hospital,I centered" with a low arrangement Taylor spent past Davie, Sermon You Will Not
lethodist Mrs.
and A.
diet Church sanctuary, the Rev. Morning Worship begins at 11 Gnlnesvllle. but at the prsent timeIs i I of trailing coral vine and featheryfern. with Little Mr.Miss Meredith Ann Nolan.i. Want To Miss Sunday At 7:30 ('.M.

M. Montgomery, pas- Thomas O. Mitchell, the pastor a,m. with the Lord's Supper servedat showing much improvement.Mrs. Immediately after luncheonMrs.
&e* U Klrt Methodist, \ Church will prearh Sunday morning, Oct. 11:15.: Sullivan and their daughter, R. P. McLendon presidedover remained here with her grandparents -

21, on the Mrs. Arthur of Ocala, for a longer visit. 'Possessors Professors andGoats'
3,, awql formerly a pase subject "Maintaining Evening services begin at 6:30: Milligan the Club meeting. With a
1111I11 of Jackson
Little Rita Baxley
the Spiritual Glow. Mrs. Belle
Starke Method Special music p.m. with Christian End"Bvor.Evang..lIstlc have been visiting presentation speech she turned thegavel ,

preach tonight (Frlr will be furnished by the Senior Service at 7:30. Brown and family here thla week. over to Mrs H. J. Kllct'raI're..ldent vllle has been guest of her grandparents
:Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough -
Choir. At the Mrs. Archie Eiland
Mr and
Sunday evening
p.m. In the new I Prayer meeting each Wednesdayat for 1931-52.: Other officers -
7'30 r of the First Methodist I service 7:30: p.m., Mr. Mitchell\ 7:30: p.m., studying the 15th moved on Monday to their former Installed at this time were this past week having
(rv of will preach on the .subject "A I home in Homosassa. come with her parents Mr. and
fin the closing service Chapter of Romans. Bring yourBlbl.s Mrs. McLendon, First Vice-Pres
Faith for Today." The Mrs. Cottman Mrs. Mitchell Baxley who werehere
obBervnnce. congregation and let Mr. and George
Week us reason together. ident, Mrs R. II. Cox, Second
ningunic will select Its favorite hymns of Orlando have been recent, Saturday night and Sunday
> will be furnished byKr Homer Swtndall Pastor Vlco-Presldcnt; Mrs. P. D. FaneHer, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
to sing and the Youth Choir will guests. of Mr.. Cottman's sister, Other Sunday visitors of Mr and ,
Treasurer, and Mrs. II. M Rich-
and non CRAY: Pastor
I Mr
Mrs. Yarborough were
provide special music. Mrs. Jessie R. Chastaln.
| sanctuary morning was officiallyn ; Oct'o- The Senior and Intermediate St. Edward's Catholic Miss\ \ Martha Horne spent the I'I arde, Secretary Chairman of Mrs. Albert Yarborough and their Bible School 10 A.M. H.T.U, 6:30: P.M.
Sunday standing appointed by
attendance of Methodist Youth Fellowship meets Rev. Francis J. DunUavy, pas- weekend In Tampa, where she attended children of Oainellvllle.Supp.r .
record I Mrs. Kucera are as follow: YOU To AttendAll
a Is Extended To
ith Invitation
| of Mr. and Mrs "A Cordial
presentivies at 6:30: each Sunday evening' for tor. the Baptist Student Union guests

Stately 423 and: persons the basket d>nulnff. programs of worship and dlsrusnlon. Sunday Mass at 9:13: a. ra. ,'Convention held In that city. Social Mrs. W. N. North W. A, Knight Friday were Mr Services of What is' Perhaps the Fastest

(, .i Mrs. L. A. Davis Following the evening serv- Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Copeland of Sewing Civic Mrs Mrs.Herbert Dora Thomas LInton and Mrs J. L. Johnson and their CnawinJC: Church In Bradford County."

Building Com'ported ice there Is a Fellowship Hour for Confessions Saturday 3:00: to Valdosa Ga. were guests on Sun son Wendell of Jacksonville.
of the Finance Mrs. L. A. ShepherdHousn
n, for the Commitof all young people Miss Pat SlegIs 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. day of the Lynn Hall family. Mrs. E C. Long with

guests Included the hostess for Sunday evening. Chlldr n's Catechism Classes, Enjoying Sunday with Mr. and
of town Mrs. Louise Dean co-Chnlrmnn.
i Mrs, Russell. Seymour, of [ Church School begins at 9:45: : Saturday 10:00: a. m. Mrs. L. D. Rlland were their) Flower Mrs. Lawrence DuggerMembership LONG BRANCH o T

bille\ All three choirs of leach Sunday morning with the following Adult Religious Instruction children Mr. and Mrs. O. Mrs. W. G 0 DRAFTS

(diet Church sangat the superintendents In charge: courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., L. Bedenbaugh and family, Strlngfellow Ity !Mr. J. I. Strickland

Sunday evening the newr :W. B. Sewell, General Superintendent nd by special appointment. of Deland, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Welfare ..
Mrs. R. P. McLendon
"'. W. Calnes Jr., Adult
and the choir ; Eiland and sons of Homosasaa
Organ New club Mrs
members are
secreted by the pastor Superintendent; Jim Rltch Youth Church of God8th and Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Under i Homecoming" at Long Branchwas
Lyle H. Buck and Mrs Louis
Mitchell. Superintendent: and Mrs. E K. I wood and daughter, Martha, of well aUl"nded.V... heard awonderful
| T G & St. Clair SU. Dean.Mr..
{ during the week Ferryman, Children's Superintendent. Gainesville.Mrs message by the pastor
speaker and Mrs Roy Williams and
the Rev O. C. Powell, Sunday School 10 a.m. J. G. Adkins and Mrs. E. their Rev. Percy Knight the new pastorwas
jtn five children are now residents
i, Walps, the Rev. W. J. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m :M. Prevatt spent Monday In Jack- of the Farm, having mov..dfrom welcomed, we saw many old

ell of Jacksonville, the Presbyterian Church Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m sonville. their home In Macclenny Into friends. listened to some good

(I', Hill of Dunnellon. and Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m Miss France While of Tallahassee the singing/ ate a hearty dinner and
Sunday School at 9:45.: : Crawford house Friday.
Frank Robinson Jr., of Friendship Class 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m was the Sunday dinner guestof Friends will be Interested In ',came home The new pastor Ed ; tD COLD

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Sheets led some of the songs, andRev. N"
/ 11 a.m. Morning service con- knowing that Franklin Hitch underwent > 91P O asy
rurncii OP JESUS CHRIST 1rs.. F. D. Eiland and family Sam Watson, Mrs. Percy
ducted by Dr. A. Rosa Lynn. a tonsllectomy In n Jacksonville I
ie Tabernacle OF LATTFJt DAY SAINTS accompanied Mr. Eiland to Knight the song leader from
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening hospital Friday and was 'Al
Masonic Call Street. sonville Saturday Jack-I Whltehoiise, and our own sungleader s.'ftthg2'
Temple, on I 'tG
at 7 p.m. able to be brought home Saturday.Mr tt. ', ,a
Call of Kingsley Lake Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Sunday School every Sunday shipped on a tanker to the and Mrs R. H. Cox left Bob McClung, all took turns 1' rm'' e girth ot.ettash..re +
J 1 the nrrvlces at the Qosjirnaele morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serviced England States, via the Merchant at leading songs during the day
8 Wednesday or last week for a vacation
this week. His p.m. 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation i Marine Service. I But It seems we all had colds, or
stay in North Carolina.Mr. .
fts from the Bible were ap- TWERKSSA I Is extended to all. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May and at least we were" hoarse and could
and Mrs. Jack Nelson of
tto both old and young and CHRISTIAN ClintC'lf sons, Billy and Spencer, of Gainesville Jacksonville not sing very well. The churches

recevled\ by his hearers. Church were vlaiting relatives hereon were guests of Mr. represented after dinner were
of ChristI and Mrs. R. W.
uurs and Bible at the Friday night at 8 p.m la church i Saturday. Branuc-n Saturday Macedonia, Brandy Branch Orange

,, night Youth Meeting time at the Therens Church. Tell I 10th and McMahon Supper guests on Tuesday nightof night and Sunday.Accompanied Street Maxvllle, Whltehouno >r

I by Mrs. Call and proved your friends and bring/ them along Bible School-10 A, M. Mr. and- Mrs. M. 1. Wattersonand Lake by Carl Dobbs of Caleb, and the Mission Station. ,
City, L. D. Dobbs went
..'renting to all. with you. You will enjoy the Preaching,11 A, M. and 7:30: family were Mrs. Calvin Ward. Connecticut last- to The offering on the building was a rw l/5., WMNwN anal

Lathes Auxiliary of the wonderful fellowship; gospel Ringing P.M. Mrs. Lucille Lovell and Mlaa Joyce visit his Wednesday to US 1.1'11.Thlll' did not Include $.1 ;:::.:.' .
|ile reported activity dur- and gospel preaching from Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Ward, of Starke. I Mr. daughter, on upkeep of the cemetery and "51!
and Mrs.
Phil .
Jwoek and a greater num.KvlHita the Word. each Wednesday< 7:30: P. M. Spending Wednesday with Mrs.Eugene Palmer.M the pastor's salary.We HATTIRMOO MAOI ITTIM, LAST 1ONOI

etc. made by dif- The Lord's Supper Is nerved at Everyone welcome Birt wire her sIster-ln-laW, Set. Calvin William of West- were glad to see Mr. Fair- WINDOW
over' Mass arrived AVATERSAtS
embers. 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon. j Mrs. Holland Payne and sons, brief visit with relatives Tuesday for cloth at church. He has been very
St. Mark's Dlckev and Hayes, of Keystone was 11for time. Also Percy Wain-
EpiscopalServices Accompanied back to their
Heights. wright Jr., who was 1n a car loo1l
Mr. and Mrs. John d. Chlldresa pout by Mrs. Williams and their ?tJa joiLpENSER
wreck not long ago. HA Is able
for Sunday, Oct. 21- I daughters/ Sandra and ,
and family of Gainesville visited'. Sherrie to walk with a cane-still has a GIS t p.r..e.lly ar.nt.. Chat roe
ST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. Church School 9:45: : a.m. Morning who has been with Mr. and Mrs I COR1HLS .tub..b.elut.4latt.rt.d.u.
Prayer 11 am. Mr. and Mrs. Claude May' on Sun G E, Crews for several weeks. patch on his. head but can get YOUR ill .v.ry yar-4 of Kindo* r.teri.e
day. around even If he does have to go A a thai hM th.nM "e.rp'.
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor FIRST Mr and Mrs. Marvin Williamshad Mr. and Mrs W. O. Engram and slow ORA pR enFoethe.dtaMyy4
\1TIST CIH'RCIIKKVHTONK Sonny Kngram and Mr ..
and Mr, "
as their guest this week Mrs.|! Mrs Richard, Mosley I Is better
rfferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town IIKIUIITH: FLA. G E. Crews and Carolyn Crews
Williams' mother, Mrs. Eliza Fan-1 were now and we hope; she will soon be
dinner guests of Mr, and
HONES: Office 234 -Paslorium, 130 Sunday-.Sunday School, 9M5: cher of Starke.S41IOOL. Mrs Charles M. in back to normal again. a
a.m.; Morning Worship Service. :NEWS Sunday. Snyder Jacksonville Monday\ morning about 3 o'clockour 1s" ILbas FLEX O-GLASS
11:00: a.m.; A delegation from our school WINDOW ATlRIaLa' .aN
Nursery Open, 11:00: peaceful slumbers were disturbed Me.1t
q----- "" Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J,
a.m.; B. T. U. (Training Union), attended the'County-wide P. ''T. A. M. by someone driving to
j SUNDAY SERMONS: 11 :00 A.M.. 1: IS P.M. Bradley had as their visitors Mrs, up
6:13: p.m.; Prayer Service. 7:13: : at Hellbronn School Tuesday night.I M. F. Coker, Mrs Vallle D. Wlm- i the house our dog barking, and a .:.., GLASS-0-NEB

day School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M. pm.; Evening Worship Service. Oct. 9. Those In attendance Frank I berly. Mr. and Mrs. Vance dlslurbnncp In general. Mr. .rw :.
7:30: p.m. our P. T. A. President, Mrs, Geiger Strickland and found It to
got up
P llD-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:15: P.M. %Wednesday. S. Officers and Dryden, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs.'and all of Mr. and Mrs.. James Y. Turner he my olster-ln-law Mrs. W II 31 1 PLASTIGLASS
Jacksonville. ]
Teachers W. II. Maxwell, Mrs Marshall afom w l r
Meeting 7:00: pm.; i Mrs 6 iu+u a
rr rrr" A. M. Rl harde muUll
Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m. ; Choir Matchett, Mrs. Troy Norman, Mrs. < retllrn..dFriday ')ha,
JIT TilE CHURCH'WITH-( VISITING ".\STOItVinkler's Practice, 8:30: p.m. Ralph Pearsal, Mrs Ola Perkins I from JRcknonvillir where .z,IM-+ '" qy9Yd11, WYR O
she had visited her daughter Mrs -GLASS
Thursday--Youth Choir Practice and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane. Misery

7:30: p.m. Mrs. Marshall Matchett, the Annie n. Norman, for about ten ; l

eighth grade room mother, assisted', days. sfrL6fi6 Mi

('.\Un OF Til \\KS the eighth grade In giving a party I Mr. and Mrs Bob Bnrkley. and c; ''tnrge:2, + : 18<} SCREEN-GLASS

their children
to the seventh Thursday afternoon of Jacksonville and
We wish to thank our many of last.week. All the Mrs. George Manama and their
friends for their participant, IWule as tatttteass Bart a5USD I I TAKE THIS AD WITH YOU TO YOUR DEALER
flt: \ Electric ServiceON kindness during gave high praise to the deliciouscookies children of Green" Cove Spring
the Illness and death of our father, which she donated. were dinner guests of Mr. and -- --- -

Jesse Woods. The children. At a called meeting of the P. Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow Sunday,

j Midget "MI.Sharpener*. Ideal. A, last. Thursday afternoon T.I\ Mr and Mrs, G. E. Crews and

DISPLAY for home use.. Only 91.8.1.-IIra I- members voted to affiliate Carolyn Crews attended l the Lake
ford County Telegraph. < the State P. T. A. This will assure Butler-AlachtiA foot-bull game In "TH

a County Council for this I the latter place Friday night.. With

ousewarming Time county and much benefit la Starke friends Carolyn Crews BLINDFOLDi

from thin organization: expected I witnessed the Starke-P. K. Yonge

Stomach DistressIs The Hampton School Is again game In Gainesville Thursday _

featuring Gone After Ten on the list of accredited schools!I night.

issued from the State Departmentof i
Together' with
their weekend"

amous Duo-Therm Home HeatersHEPPLEWHITE I Years of SufferingOne Education.Our reading. consultant, Mr. visitors. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Segree ]

man recently stated that Parker, was giving reading test Young, sons at Mrs. Vernle Young,
for 10 years he was troubled with In our school last Wednesday.The '
They are Identical and
>i are
TO stomach distress and was weak seventh and, eighth grade.
so much alike ,
very their teachercan't 4
felt worn out, and terribly have been working
run ; on an Inter-
Y M.: wr tell "which from 'tother" AMAZED
down and. he had tried ME
4 many medicines eating project centered around the These -
In the
young men are fifth
I but with no effect Recently Pan-American Union. This ha.been .
he grade. The second grade I I" blessed _
started taking INNERTONEand another opportunity for
I group with three sets' of twins. They are
says after only two days he activities. Dr Woodham our
I started feeling better. System' Is supervisor us. valuable Irving and Ivan Williamson, sons -.21: "
gave as
of Mr and Mrs. roads felt smooth
Wiley Williamson,
\ -bumpy !
i regular, headache are gone and he nlrtanee In collecting materials. of Hampton Carolyn and as highways

eats sleeps, and feels. fine in factIs Mrs. Perkins, our principal actedas ; Marilyn "-
I Rhnden. ;
daughters of Mr. and Mrs --
an altogether different man. consultant for the group. -- S.K. MAS. MAHQUIJttrt Ol/WN.

INNER-TONE Is the new formulaof Mrs. Ola M. Perkins. Mrs. Bert Carl Rhoden also of Hampton and ,DffHld. Onflow R.d. i* really
Charles and Tom of velvet' mootht | took the BUmlfolj
A juices from nature's plants combined Hlnson and Miss Brenda Sue Hln- Conway, sons 'low. ...01 only. alter the blimlfoUf, .
o Mr. and Mrs J, T. Conway of wa* removed could I behev I'd brio
e with blood building IRON son attended and _
evening Theressa. Since all these twins f over wok a rough, bumpy to*!.'*
t I['and nerve strengthening VITA- services at the Methodist churchIn I
are also" Identical, Miss Raulerson
I MINS, B-l, B-2 and B-6. It has Starke last Sunday. I
the second grade teacher, I
relieved many people who had Dr Wood am made pictures of
iiLi-I4. I I the Jump all day long trying to
never been really helped before by group activities In our school last
!any medicine. Taken shortly before Friday. Those and picture. from I decide whether Irvin or Ivan, or

_ meals mixes with your food 'other schools In the county are to I Carolyn or Marilyn or Charles or .
Tom has don. this that.
I I and aids digestion "thus eliminating be used to Illustrate how citizenship or

HvonM. ? r 4 i jimrufrStyling. i gas and bloat" So don't Is being taught in the schoolsof There were 63 of our pupils In

.) ylifyY.ui 57.00 go on suffering! Get INNERTONEat Bradford County.We a religious service Sunday.

H.ntei up KOCH drug store. (Adv.) are making plans. for a Hallowe'en Barbara Matchett. RepOrtet

party to be given at our

Model Shown 139.95 school Saturday night. Oct. 27. ,

There will be a grand fortune tel-; PHONE 218
Let Us Thoroughly
Less Tank We Make Installations ler a fish pond full of wonderful ,

Wash Your Clothes things a nevertobeforgottencake COLONIAl .
Ia.ek.aw..ne..du. +
Also Service What We Sell walk. apple bobbing with I erbw a.aM..s wawa saw. .

children sticking their heads under y

al.antrioutMabog.oyFinisht! .rl.Maliullyl (Optional l) 9 Feud.For the water Just for fun hot dogs, FLORISTFLOWERS

', S Complete Home Heating Excluiiv Duo-Therm Dual 40c! 'cold| drinks, hamburgers, and coffee Blindfold Test Proves Amazing'

Comfonl Chamber Baraer-gln. that Is good to the last drop.

a New! JOG mort from every FREE Bleach It Desired!Irampla All the committee have been set Smoothness of Dodge Oriflow Ride Let Us Show
I.IAuto drop of oIL Ma Stark uo *n"l every one Is working for a You Today I
n.tc Power-AJr Blower the success of ft' FOR ALL
I *
party We the OCCASIONS
ta.ee up to :2)% on fuel Waist High fat Control children. In the Hampton School Cam. In I let
bUl.giei Dial leu dial healy think thai the Dew Dodge Onflow Ride takn th. hemp tort Fluid Drive smooch all
you far more JOG that we have the.beat parents your starts sad stop.
of .
',ej heat io a. you tan a radio. and the bt teacher earth. out bump Bliadfokbd, you travel a wretch of Year you could huaJrctlv. .
on .
every room We Win rough bumpy toing. Yet with the ow Dodge Orl-! py
They are always working togetherfor (j) flow Rid you float along,without pitch or bounce. HOC let *ll Dod/t f'n*. youbyCom io todays

Se. comfort// Dry Your Clothes our happlnese and we sometime You can't belie.. Th
us now for yors of low-cott hating think that we do not deserveall blindfold the bump are there until your Big Dap.ndablDODGE.
i* removed!
For 20c the good things they preparefor DISH OAROCN3
Oriftaw i i. j Ju't cue of ere
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE us. We think that we should stony extrtintuit..

Id New Automatic Orient show our appreciation by being POTTER' !: Dodge dive you. There's "Waechtow: .," visibility

I better girl and boys. How aboutIt. for greater aafety. Interiors that give i you fuU bead.
t-l Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Ph. 166! s fellow? POTTED PLANTS Delve It 3 Mr..< ..4 Ya.'" DI". It far Ya_

See Us Today For Your Heating Problems The Washeteria ;I Our with Hampton Twin.twin that School we have la so decided blessed to FLOWERS ANYWHERE WIRED J.P. Roberts Motors

10' DOWN DAL. 18 MONTHS i writ. about them so our reader I Nona 8t Stark -
'ran enjoy them Temple Ave. STARKE
too. The largest I FLA.
twins are George and Howard !'IV" .



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' P\GI'' I'IOIIT'Treasure'' -- ---- I 1I, '---.-- O"J'nrn.:; .
--'----- ------ : f T 'TR:'>IRMT: Of T II R -
l I ran over ;; ( Department : Sprightly Musical VOTE }'OIt TilE )\IOSTl'OI'l'I.U """.'. M .Mt. ..H,'IK>.,-. CIH4I OVWFU

? There : BBS Holds P. K. I :yarUs. I I I FOOTBALL 'Ill.>..\.. )01'1'('?' llf-'ltl.Ill. '':-ll ny "lllV ,

\\l and Shultz Crack Down On With All-Star Cast d..t.U4. ">4 1:1.>F t'tii.iui.AM .'OI"J"H'' t>:F "tf.I"I'' 7HV -
) 1.\" EU
tIns five II Coming To FloridaWith .\I""M *4 ( II II. HI.I.L: .1J,,II
Driving jn.a.. i''4ii 41111.. a',. I.... .
Official States To 7-7 TieIContinued called back ...- "Hrrtli.a. XU.. tu"rUt

Dell went Stark.* Police Department I some of Las Vegas' most OKAPIf I4HA1JFI, Published> (- INTY TFI.I;' ." '

thrown for cracked down on drunken celebrated hotels night spots and Clip Ihl'c'OIlIH, | \\rlto 'In the Bfnik.Flu-, fi.i: ouobri,weekly lat,1 lOSt a, 4'h' -

(Continued from page net ( from page one) McGee. and will continue to do so j the famed Helldorado festival as nunie, ..f )''lIr favorite BUS, I. That I Ih. na", ... and .
::12. of the publisher editor, Snin"i\n2
UH3 W E Thornton stated this : background "...lllnKsVorn'r wultor, anil bUHtfiftnM \ I '
excavating and Captain J. 0' / Tornudo fool hull |lajc-r and .. ,
I Johns gained a yard around bail / The announcement came Brothers brings "Painting the l'itbiiuht'r K z... l\1..t1h., 5tak..
Paige who Is the Army representative 1 un tlrop It In tiullot bat Florida | :
right end. MoRae carried over : four arrested for Clouds With Sunshine' t the pie.Editor
bud were
aasuied a '" men I.J n 1. Matthews,
Ihe StarkoStji'rk'.t'FU. .
on project Tliralre.. Trophy Mill\ be prtrwined
left tackle for and
two thenran 1
more covered by drunk. two driving during Florida Theatre screen this Sun
everyone that the garbage pits, his left end to the P. K. 20 Inter In the Ma"on. Editor B- 1. Matthews
will be covered again so that they End: of two days of this week. i; day and Monday.A ( .

vill constitute no menace to the! for a first down. Jackson started I Parker Mitchell Is free on *100. | top-flight! cast headed by tI.w..filminviiH; Stark Manager, Fla.. E. I.. Mat:

heallh and safety to the around bin right end. but fumbled caught Uie after being charged with: Virginia Mayo. Dennis Morgan, and 2. That tile owner la: E. L. Mat. I

ol the area. reald..nt.1|I And 21. P. K. recovered on their own : It back to and wreckless driving I Gene Nelson sparks the lIIu"lcall!!I MV NOMINT10V: I'OK Ih..w.3, Tliut Starke the, Fla.known tmndhnldum .

According/ (fo reports and the I topped causing an accident because!) comedy Into an outstanding tech-1 I "MONT: POPULAR" "Hinrticnifel, and other aacurlty
I Dell hit center for no gain. and Marshall wreck on West 'all St Mon-i nicolor production.\ The "npporUngrolplI hoidcra ownIng or holdlnw I nor ''' i ". I..
of the witnesses, a considerable FOOTBALL PLA1KR: of
testimony sept. or more total amount ,
Swlllcy carried! around his left' the afternoon. Mitchell ran :! are filled by S. Z. Sakall IMtula. of 'I
amount of pig lead. la way I mortwait' or other aeourltl .- "I..
end to the Blue Wave 31 and a I sign almost ran a .. arc:
line. but a stop Wallace Ford and Tom Conway. ,
also burled on the reservation 1 .ftan... I
first down. Marshall hit renter for I bus off the I '>..'
but It will probably be hard to locate penalty Greyhound The story Is based on three girls 4. That the two. paraajrapln above.. '"
two yard, Swllley tried the and Into the aide of> giving: the namea of the 1 'I
then ran
ownariutoekholdiira .
metal aame'I' cancelled ( who to Las Vegas with Name of lug ,
Mince ordinary apot for no gain ParrlHh'fl driven by Kirby Journey player) and tecurlty hflld.... ,. I II'
equipment does not function on up seven I I the Idea of marrying a millionaireand \ It anv. contain not only the lint of
I wag incomplete and Marshall ran amounted to ; Htooktioldara and .d
I Damage ap- security holdern
lead I pass was find themselves Involved In a
ferrous metals such as I
.t :
non '\ the left end for nine yards just No as they appear upon the books of
I | $10. one waa Heaver
I | Posts
and brass. Paige refuaed to comment -I and Dell series of humorous complications : Joseph the company but alao. In can* I"I'"
short of first down. ;
a where the atockhol t or
on the project In any way. I Dell kicked to McRae who bali rolling night the Police De-I, which are quite different from $100 Bond In GeorgiaJoseph holder appears upon the books security of I 1 I
22 yard I what they had planned. tile dompanv. as trustee or In
, He said he was a newcomer to any ,1
coulI'htlhe bull on his own 20 and I picked up another other. fiduciary relation. the name
Florida had no Idea, who was I ran It back two yards John ran Johns I .. driver and night' Beaver who Is wantedfor of the person or cooperation for ,
side of I Tuesday ; whom such truatea la I!'
right and who was wrong' and his left end for 11 yards and a and the | picked uJ;: two more with a ,! New Type Vacuum forgery here and who gainedthe gIven I also that the said two acting para, lei, .\

that It was his Job to see that the | first down. Rowe lost four yards more |i gallon of moonshine as evl- distinction of being the first graphs contain statements mbraoInir I I IV
within one Now On DisplayBy affiant full knowledge I 1.,
of the and be-1
received its share
: Army !hip McRae man break out of the
end to
trying right pickedup new her aa to the clrcumatancea and "11 1 I.
nrrap, If and when It is found. two over center, Johns was Oil the I, four men are scheduled for I G. E. Dealer Bradford County Jail has posted conditions under which atockholdera .'I I
j that the contractor fulfills holding. and security holders who do not \\ .
see for and the i bond. hU\ before .
stopped no gain on Insuring
the Monday afternoon In Munlc-I; appearence appear upon the books. of the company 11'1'I"' '
his contract and by the same fourth down punted to Dell who caught/ Court. Thornton said drink.I A new type vacuum .cleaner any court, in Dalton Ga., aa trustee, hold stock and ,

token, see that Uie contractor gets caught the ball on the P. K. 30 and ran all and driving don't mix and It with a swivel-top feature that allows where he was apprehended last .that..cu.I"of ..a. bona In a fide rapacity owner other and than thin tI
; (nFI''
all that I Is coming to him. i and ran It bark 8 yards. Ing It become entirely too prevalent the user to clean an entire week. affiant I huts no reason to believe I I Iniul

1'' According to the contract the I End of first quarter. Marshall lately. Anyone arre.tedI!I average-size room from one central I The sheriff's office said they or that corporation any other has person any, Interest association dl-,

I, : salvage firm has ISO days In whliJi" Marshall ran the right end for the right : condition will be prose 'I point has been developed by had received a letter from the

to complete the project The 18C eight yards Swilley carried over lost a to the full extent of the law the General Electric Co. and Is sheriff In Georgia stating that the .a. w a w-. 'w a v- U- O O

days began September 18. I..ftuard/ for another yard but and Dell I i: now on display by G. J. McCrlffI bond had been posted and asking f

clipping was called on the play the end iI i: authorized GE dealer. him to have the State's Attorney.T. .

. Fires Caused By First end P. K. was penalized IS yards I I down of U N Service I I I The housewife now has a reachof E. Duncan start extradition SOMETHING.DIFFERENT!
Murphy roamed through right kick over 12 feet In every directionwithout proceedings.So tor cold .. :.
or rainy
t3 Lighting Of Heaters tackle for 13 yards and then ran I .. Be Held Here I i moving/ the cleaner which far, Beaver has refused to e evening .

Decrease ; Chief Says i his right end for one more but It on the I can be pulled along while still In sign any extradition papers and PAINTAPICTURECFGenuine
October 24 i
.; lacked enough for a first dow dropped |I operation gliding! easily over rugs local authorities would like to have 0 _

;t/ Fire Chief C. W. Plckett complemented I nnd Dell kicked to McRae on the around the In ob and sills It la virtually tipproofbecause him back In Bradford County to Oil Painting

" ,L Starko residents this BUS 22.Jackson. the left special worship service the motor Is mounted In be tried for forgery and breaking I I'e

': : week on the dpcreaalnnumb..r/ carried over left guardfor Martin of United Nations Day the base out of jail before the Novemberterm e.No experience needed Even a child ai

a yard and the next line and] be held In the First Methodist Enjoy the thrill of
on play having
of fires caused by the lighting of Other features of this cleaner of the Circuit Court begins a paintingfal
of Starke on Wednesday i
P. K. recovered a Tornadoe fumble who ) painted yourself.Complete ,
heaters for the first time during
Include a dirt storage cnpaclty O
October 24, at 7:30: ,
j p.m'l
as the back field seemed confused 20 yard I
t the winter. double that of conventional tank- Opens New Office
of the
; 24 has by resolution L
I, about .
the play.Swllley the 49.
Plckett said! he believes more .
took and began Nations General Assembly type cleaners disposable dirt bag Theron A. Yawn until O Kit
I a pitchout who
and more people are beginning/ I Shultz
United Nations!i and a diffused exhaust system.
designated as 1
clean their heaters out before running his left end but think- yard. / recently was connected with a ,
ing teammate behind By that date In 1916. a suffi The new cleaner Is quiet In oper. local law has moved to 119 I
lighting them and. as a result a was right Parrish firm Paint CanvasBrtitu
$ .
/ nations ratified I ,
number atlon. Its motor is rubber mounted
: there Is a corresponding decrease him. he lateralud only to find the the BHS East Call St., he announced thIs and Instruction
Into ef
, ,; In fires. He said oil heaters referee standing there. The ball via was \ Charter to bring It And a noise suppressor prevents week. ONLY

. -' .. tthould be throughly cleaned with rolled all the way back to the .44. smeared United Nations Day Is ob I Interference with radio and television Yawn has practiced law In 0 .
before yard line where Marshall finally on a world-wide reception. Starke since February of this ,
a vacuum cleaner If possible on the ... Nations Week--October $2.95 I I
I the fuel Is ever turned on and recovered for the Blue Wave. Marshall Attachments that come with year and has announced his candi- 0 .
In the Unit- .
-Is a period set ..
r \\I a match struck. Doll's pass for Anderson was kicked to number of the cleaner Include an upholstery dacy for County Judge In the .

. i ,' A. for gas heaters. PIckett broken up by McRae and his next and then by national a large organizations. nozzle, dusting brush floor and spring primary. HU many friends .

Msld the match should be struck attempt was short, so he puntedout doe 30 time wall brush crevice tool utility and clients may find him In his
week Is designated a* a
, of bounds on the BHS 11 brush dem.othnbag.! liquid second floor office /
I end advanced to the burner before communities throughout the / new over Set- ::
This yard line. sprayers and a 12-Inch wide rug zer's store.Recent.
1 turning on the gas. way Incomplete are urged to stir wider In
will become Rowe lost a yard MrRae pickedtin nozzle with adjustable brush.
: the first gas that escapes by Rowe. In and deeper concern for :
I Ignited saving you money six" sround right end. Douglas The cleaner Is finished In two- ,
punt \ as the world's best hope BirthMr.
, < and decreasing the chances of an "nlned three and Johns kicked to r.-ht; end ] tone gray with chrome and permanent / _
Dell who It back his 42 trim. The ,
tan to Velvaglaze
I I BUS 49. public Is cordially Invited I and Mrs. C. W. Colson anon "
yard line.1'I''IIIo.'y. i klnklesH cord Is 20 feet IonIt ,
right end the service In the First / nee the birth of a daughter
: ; explosion.W. carried, for a yard, Merchant i la furnished complete with attachments _
L End of Church on Wednesday! Karen Patilce, born last Friday In !'I
C. T. U. gained four more over and three extra ".throwaway" '
i I I t:30 the Alaohua General ,
Rowe's Oct. 24, at : p.m. Hospital, _
"ALiXmOL) EVEN' IN MM.XLL : right guard and Swllley ran over I| bags.Stolen Gainesville '
, right tackle for 15 yards and a : complete : -
\ U'ANTITIES' : PREVERTS! THE / trio.'e. '

\ nr.KMF.NT: AND: WEAKENS' first down. I ler was Regatta Ii Cars FigureIn

HELF-CONTROL": I I Marshall tapped left /guard for Rowe For PINE LEVEL ,
the Blue Wave i the 20 News jie
(DR. .IAMRM: HirCIIIF.) a yard. was penalized Lawtey

: M.OIUIIX GOOD NI'4.TTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYY' ''! 13 yards on the second play to the 10 Lake 1 fly !\Ii'll. II. M. McRae

t I 1; for backfield in motion ShultzKOH i bad I Someone evidently wanted a ,

second half of the State ride from Jacksonville to Lawtey _
''A three ; Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular -
yard Stock Outboard I nnd back again Inst week pretty appointment at Pine Level

Ilil to I will be staged at. Kings-,[ bad because he stole two different Baptist church Sunday morning

yards. and Sunday with the first, automobiles for the faunt.i .
and evening with good e'
getting under way 1:30: The sheriff's office
I clown. at i reported
n -- j attendllnce'l
\ .1118.1 Mr. and Mrs C. D.
I I the faster hydroplane thAt to A. E. ,
IIICNT .('nttattt nt KhiKKley C .I.E'4M; t'4 W.'II1'' .:'' point I a car belonging children of Moultrie spent >
(.all :: .tHiilriiMiiit, an l h'tlh.I.' .o KXrKU.KNT: ol'POHTIfNITY: ; for will compete. I! Masspy Lawtey; was stolen and
I I Parker Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.T. .
"..t""I." *lt*.|tlntr mum ftlir, innn with oar tn aupply coimuniaratilth utility type outboards raced driven to Jacksonville! and during For deep sand
J. .M 1. Mlti-hell., .in* \v Mmll.-on I nyc Utio( hoiiNchoM proilurtaIt ''caught It E. Gordon. They left Sunday i ,
honors at Kings- the of the \ .
UpHilt $ I Ilinilforil County atop back course iulvestigation.another
to ( morning St. Augustine for
Inic rn.1 hern Hw your own on September 30. Qualify. stolen car was found In a _
I HA 1.10. .Htlawlieny I |i hi n In, Hull..I youmelf fuliira In a WO.k'l I shall visit before returning to their
)sIg'' healthy with white rooti n**. f< where' aic. I. no tackle heats for the forthcoming Lav. ley.A home. mudy
About nil nlre ritittH, an >..,1 run- W.It., UiiwIolKiri D..pt. .' \J.7RI I races have been com Lincoln, belonging to a Navy I
I II tier I'nni>. i: H:. Wamlln, IIA. Sip 1 1026| no gain, Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
t : the fastest 15 In
a ;n'II.. Nnrltl I Wul.l.' 3lp mill: the to racers man at the Jacksonville Naval Fred
i next of the various classes Air Station stolen In Jacksonville Haislop Sunday were Mr. .. "
FOrt HKVTKtora liulldln on loth I but abort and Mrs. W. R. Haislop, Rev. and
will be crowned ,
01. See F.I. ..'wn. 41. 101:6COI""R All 'I.... All -Sl.i.lrl" punted to champions and abandoned In Lawtey Mrs. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
; llrn.n.l.l.. .. rl..r.... ......1'.... classes ranging from 7 1-2 Masaey'a car a 1916 Chevroletwas Tony
!':!> IIKI.P-Man an.l woman 4 H t". 4'. Sllfr'Pllt.MII ran It horse power Also the taken In and foundIn Gonzales of Starke Mr and Mrs.
fnr ninlntnaitr work, Ni wKlnaxlov Tnl W. C'nil lOt. Mlnrk ,'... :aaA Douglas Lawtey Johnson and son, Webster and
rvni-h tr e will be surveyed and ap Jacksonville.
.TTlt.tTiVe1 newly itona over fiirnlnhiMl yards for official State speed So far no one has been arrested Gwendolyn
WJlr>OlNO AND ninTiiDAY C4KJif\ I apnitiitent for r<*nt. flrn'lyApitttmpntH I lost 1O Drivers from all The Young People of Pine Level
In connection
with the "doublesteal"
',. -
>1 tin. OrilMrx taken at tahir on Cliirk Street tM his first Church attended tliej Youth Fellowship -
Girt Khopp Phone ftJ If per month. A. J Tlioman.: Jr, I State have qualified for this but Cecil Sewell deputy
A....nt 4tr I OMIKiK his second and a thrill packed show at Johnstown Baptist
sheriff, said there were some
111\101':11; fC'' %v I Nil Mnehln I ('n", Bronson.Shultz. church Friday night. \
puny, T.iiko city '"I.| ... Phon 8Hn MAI.I-I-H""ur ni-roH with lane, : flnfwnrlnts found In the Lincoln. Bobby .
t wWI repair your machine In HP 5.rftun IIIIIIHI, 3 livilrftonia. httth Inclement weather a Whether or not they belong to the Browning celebrated- hi*
t top ...nlltlon. rpaMonMhli. Vt'0IIHA nil tnoilttrn .vrnl.n'rR. nrreenettfront 11th birthday anniversary his
I only nenulnt BlnicAr' parta pori'h 2 i-ar Karmrn., 3 ntl.iatt through : / crowd Is expected for the I owner hasn't been determined yet home. last Week I
Our R.rvl I<<. earn will I I phk ii I' anil of Hliirk on olil KlnKHley. pitchout State championship all-stock he sold for the man hasn't been Those who attended
delivery ..rv....!* upon rtt In FlorTION
On' ,, ( regatta "bio to drive to Starke and be
New t4lnsttr: niai I able on rfanotiHlili. tern* .'.ihiiHiiu, HI 1, tlox. 2"o. "Htnrkii vis In the fingerprinted.U Fender.
Khi lieFI'HNIMIIKII plete and Dinner guests of the H. M. Mc- I

ron "I.E-U..r. fonml. ma.olil. for no Raes Sunday were Rev. and Mrs :"
I lieautlful I I r.1! ftiun, ehuntplonMonil 1'1'AIJ..tlv.. eom.fortahlH L GUARD of F 'Messiah' Cast "
line --111., W It ....'.'.v. I or 2 h..I..".",... 403 the Alton Dobbs. Miss Inez Kelly all ,

I'titnnin Hull phon Keynton I9AI IfOf..14 1 \\ulnnl Hi. Mm P, M I.onir. Itp McRae NOTES To Meet Tuesday of Starke, Miss Glendale Crosby /

center of Sunnybrook Miss Alice Reddish -

I.'t'lM \ 1.1'1-6 room houNa. K acres end. t Randal F. Chltty was Anyone In Bradford Owen Alvarez of Vander-
fi'llceil 1 County
peen I..R. I I..r tree
In' ...* Rn.1 l Nmall timber, light,: anilwilur tackle for to Second Lieutenant who Is Interested In participating/ built section James McRae and / EA]
I GooD1
OF ALL KINDS: I'nn. give clear (ill.. anilvm Mr.
and Mrs.
sic at ntir.. cAHh Sl.ani. ju down and I Monday; night as a result of In the "Messiah", to be presentedat Myrlik and

AT I,,t II lea Ol,| Illunillnir I Itoail M... the .10 outstanding work since en- the University of Florida on daughter, Kathy. ,

ltlt\I>r<>ltl> ('<). TRI.Kill\IMI l utiv II..n.l.h. nt '1. Stark 1'1' covered as /{ In the Guard and com Christmas Eve WITS& asked to be Angular arrangement of heavy studs' 9"; :'

WAVTKD YARDMAN-neneral work g the correspondence course, on hand for the first meeting\ / AThreeDays'Cough traction.
In conlunctlon with rare ntartiumlH to all Infantry units. ,
Flmt the cast Tuesday night at 7:30: In fun'"
J.:.I.Ki": Mil' ItlUKHA-Klll-l; ; UI'AIHKK |<..- ".. ...Httrtt and. huMillnirn I Aitply 1PIn I Net y t the Music
coy mnrningp'r.n Itn Building at the University. ,
I : --All "'Ake.. low prlcdaFr V.I. ..' ..
9 ... .."01...... W (' Jtutew. hut, I Yil. .. Saturday for Fort Jackson IsYourDanger tire revolves ,
Station oip"..lt< 8Ial "Kiirmi "t 1"n ho;, with hath Kwil C. where he will attend the'i I lIke P"
fn'.i-nl'hxl fjunn. r... I llth lies. The "Messiah' Is an annual loft goi g.
t .
Market 4lp. 10111| n.. I,, fit I Kwri I..... presentatlon Shoulder blocks dig In on
dnllii'ii ,
Hi> M. MullxrvTh Mechanics Course offered
.. \Punnets I i of the University's Mujic
." .. I Signal !
------------------------ a Tfmnli Ave Sip |III|lt ,tough beatings.
I No. of Guard members as well Department and \Is under the direction | .

M A T T U E S S E S t-IIOOM COTTAUB FOR IlKN'T: _II Ni Wic of dint. regular Army personnel. The of D>. Alvah A Beechrr i, Creomulsion relieves promptly because S The best tire when driving In mud or mo"*" .

OF ALL KINDS .Moilern P'.hlv pHlnteil llBht" wal anil. .r, Imth. ...... Avir dim..< of Instruction lasts three head of the department The cast it goes right to the teat of the troubleto AUOWANCl!

RENOVATEDF III. Santa r. Farm. ThervmiaH iUi-oratil. I 1 No.t'tintft of ..' '" and rovers all types of for the performance usually totals help kxMcn and expel germ laden LIBERAL TBADI-IN

II.' V.... lost and repair of Army ve between 900 and 1.000 people. phlegm and aid nature to soothe and J USE OUR IASY PAY PLAN
''s.i of beat raw. tender Inflamed bronchial '
.HIIM FOR HAI.R. near Prn..k".1|I own. ,..... Anyone who likes to sing Is membranes. Guaranteed to please
It* aiT... t* tinder etiltlvatlon' .,...bl.. .. local unit participated In eligible to participate\ In the religious or money refunded. Creomulsion you has Service Center Sta

acres flovl. of permit tolmiTo.for Wood plnHtlnK.farm,noun.3"4. Second Battalion rifle meet at aon -fl1led IIju.t stood the test of millions of users.

with modern eonvnlenriTimber Willie '. last Friday. but lost an long as they able
U It N I T U K E are to attend CREOMULSIONCltti.
saluted' at $40110 ron further In'ormatlnn to Company E of Ocata. How. rehearsals all of which will be at SEEBER GOODMAN

Keupholst rr
Ueftnlsheil statewide match and will fire ..
1':1':0: CANR At & .& .. ...
NOW RIr.\I>\ foe nest LAAA.DOH7 & & A && .A.
each week the AA&&AA&&AAA AAA&&AA&&A
HASTINGS \TTUESS CO. "..ar'a pliintlnx. Special price beginning William E. Sapp
tnnillnc III n.ld Santa "'. Farm, Willie of October 20. CO LDI
floe J30 PaJatka, VIa '.h......... 41. I 112 toon Unit now has a number of Promoted To SergeantPromoted LET WINTER KNOCK YOUR CAR

jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44 ... an"arnnt Officer
Knit SAI.n_..w null. FMirer Tractor SALESMEN come to L. Crosby: said a recruiting recently to the gradeof ,
.nil 4* Chevrolet truck 1740 tlee
,,:v...... 0...".., 4 blkn. went of WANTEDTo Park v.111 get underway In the Staff Sergeant waa William E FORD "WINTER CONDITIONING'!
bun elation itpKoll tollS day and future. AU persons Inter :Sapp! currently assigned. to thePersonal l

HA1.K:-One I....... elertrlorung ...ll Health A Accident Non- Willie are asked to contact him In Affaire Section of the SPECIALWe

., i.ra.tlr5llynaw On die- and Joe Armory Immediately !KOlOth Air Base Croup at ElelllnnAll' wilt r"
pluv at Curl John* Htore for fllo Cancelable Hospital InsuranceIn Force
by the Base. AIa..ka.Set. .
vault Carolyn If ItefliKrave. Ito ..,
;::. : Bradford. Union and Columbia In Italy. Auctions Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs C -n..."..$.* iftsr??*- e Dee4s eeeee end rsSM wa ,;
poll TIIK HriMIKT-MINIllcn Hrlrte wt-j_ ....
:J. S. of
of the Supp Lawtev. Is 1947
..100* itn ICnaraveile fin rav-content.tdlnv Invitation paper-, Counties. Old Line Legal to catch Be Held Here graduate of Bradford Hlrt SchoolHe a S =-.w.- := ...... sew nil -......

only 'U *$. Bradford Coun'vTelearaph. Reserve Company. Car expense of Is aim of '.5,4.' eka..... e ....- -..- sy.i.
If Rtarke State Farmer's Mar a graduate the USAF S ....... $........- sad 410w. far .took*.
FOR No objection dins will. hold auction Clerk-TVplst School at Warren -. a... with wiaat,. pis e A4._ fe .... s.s..srniee bela.a .
"ALI'-4'I.eul..tlnor nil'1 healer. The pecan this AFB. Wyoming and came to Alas- --.
$75. lea tn older ..... leal .
Na'wi>rthv nr Robert man. Buy the best aa usual Watch -
Karl l-.wl., $...k.. Itp a paper ka In August 1950 from that Wyoming
sell the best 'get the best. Don't ment of dAte an...time of first sale. base

FOR noti..REVT.. iiitii J.,hectrnnm,,v'". elen.nlo".1 refrlverntor delay ACT NOW. If Interest. and their Elel.sort Air Force Rase Is lo % AIL FOJANDREWS ONI.y8e72 (AMI". ... -,
automatic. hot ...t.r heat- hewn CARl> OF Tlt.'SHo; rated 23 miles I
-e "h..n.. __. f (,,. ..l write: south east of Fair.
wluh to
of battle express:: our deep banks. Alaska alone the Richard
..n r; 4,rFtKkiJlVTt. -0.... lot ltit0t, W-at >n for the beautiful ,
Hi'. S.V. BOWEN Marina son hlvhwav. and la the home of
1I'1..1I..n. p_o n m. starke.Up 206 Standard BuildingAtlanta star who ,.. and other acU of kindness the famed Seth Reconnaissance MOTOR CO.

role In sympathy shown to us dur- Squadron which make
: fli.h.4 ho.... 3, 0. < dally
on IMIF time of bereavement. Phone
118 1 FLI-
plyt7'N': | (" "" I-J( or ."' starring weather flights over either the Starke
\\ .Inul Bt, | I The Lennon family.
tp or
Bering Sea. .

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