Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1954
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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I Official County Publication Established In 1879 j'OLL'3IE j I II I I



SRD Opens Bids Only One Count Necessary Amendments/'No Fence' Advisory Vote I

t I On Last County Only Issues In Quiet General Election

Secondary Roads Five thousand two hundred and will face Bradford voters next

tMghteen Bradford Countians could Tuesday that might be expectedto

a>te m the General Election next create some added interest. This

Contract bids were opened on Tuesday but if they do, there'll 'is a ballot on the question of acountywide

two Bradford County road pro- be a surprised bunch of election : no fence law for Bradford -

jects this week to mark the end officials i County. It is only an "ad-

ot the county's $1,000,000 secondary A General Election in one-party [visory ballot," however and does

road program as outlined by rtv Florida is usually nothing to get ;!not mean that such a law would
excited about, and the 1954 modelis ;immediately: effective.
the County Commissioners last Q '
V runmng true to form. The lone I I. The sole
r June. t purpose of this "ad
Republican Candidate on the ballot
::-. Hollis V. Knight county at- ; : visory tallot" is to get an expression .-
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was removed last week when J.
': .
torney, said the bids have now been of opinion from the people of
-L-3 .t/ .'1- f- Tom
::: (former Democrat (the
: taken on all secondary and pri- county on this issue. If an
Pictured abuse is the crowd of 250 spectators that turned out to see the IO ::-awaited Bradford I ,mary road projects anticipated for turned GOPster) was taken by ,affirmative vote is registered next

County Hospital ground breaking ceremony Monday. The Bradford High Band (foreground) furnished I the county this year. death from the race for Governorof (Tuesday, Rep. Doyle E. Conner baa

music for the occasion. Construction should be well tini Florida. All democratic nominees -J'agreed to introduce the necessary

I ___... _........ t.' '. __ derway all i therefore are unopposed. I'la.wat the next Legislative
,., i on projects by the first .In the last off-year election session
:' ; ,, : |lof the year and there is no chance back in 1950 make countywide no fence effective -
&cl I just over a thousand
: -: ;Jm" t 'I'f. : that in Bradford County.
a change in administration
Johns ballots
Acting Gov. 'j to"" were cast in this county !
,,:411 ..I II j might halt them. When the ambitious .,' representing approximately 25 i I II I A no fence law means that the
J.-'I.- .,.... J .... program was set Jip last SERIOUS MOMENT EH ell LawtOn (standing center) is deep in I of registered percent [,stock oftner must keep his stock

-,:!, .Ql. A'" 'Tune it seemed doubtful whether;: serious concentration as the votes are counted In the city runofft'1t'Ction at that time. voting strength I j I under fence. A'ote "fnr" A
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Speaks At Hospital 1 \ ., I :. 'ill of the projects would reach ;!' \V. II. (Bill) Xoegel Is seated right, double checking the tabulations Since there are 5,218 registeredvoters I countywide no fence law means

.t" / i'; !the contract stage, to say nothing'of in the county today, a 25 I that the voter is in favor of a law

', }I. : _;. ., the construction stage by the 1'i.l.iroid! I 1-Mimit': I'h ,t.. In th. T.-I.-jtr lilt per cent turnout would mean that!their compelling stock owners to keep

Ground Breaking I ." .... first of the : stock under fence. A vote
,, ..,/.... year. i some 1,300'oters would go to the
: I: .. 'fi Knight said much of the credit ,; polls next Tuesday. In primary ;against a countywide no fence law

must be given to J. Maurice Edwards I Ewell Lawson 'Wins RunOff Election 'eJections, when Democrats are vy- means that the voter is in favorof

Construction of the Bradford,) ,\ .. 41. who was appointed to the I !tug against each other for the t tI allowingstock to roam at large.

County Hospital got off to its of- !; i, State Road Department to expedite party nomination (tatamount to I i The no fenc question will be

ficial stait Monday when Acting r t .. the road matters. : By516413VoteOverW.H.NoegelEwell election in Florida) the turnout in !{printed on a separate ballot and
Gov. Charley E. Johns lifted the ; 1 Bradford! this I will be handed to each
(, ."," : County's mammoth i county runs as high as 75i voter at the
first shovelful of dirt before about i' mod program has been under) ,per cent of the total registered i i polls when he is given the large

250 spectators at the ground breaking f t ,_ ""'..'&1'"!. ."-..", I criticism by some circles in the| Lawson retained his seat icd: l the! pievions countings. Only .strength. I''General' Election ballot.

ceremonies. j ." A "1...> /"" I state. In his speech at the Brad- ,on the Starke City Council by dec! tion officials: were allowed to The death of Watson last week Seven constitutional amendmentswill
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Unofficially the hospital was already I" .. : t.0>" ; on' County Hospital ground break-'piling up 516 votes to 413 for W. ike p-m in t'i3 counting, and :assured the election of the Demo- ( also be approved or disapproved -

under construction and part ; :> / I ;ng Monday. Gov. John's referred 'I' ,spectators watched the proceedings:cratic nominee Leroy Collins as I by voters next Tuesday. In
H. (Bill) Noegel. A total of 937
of its foundation had been laid ;; s. 4' > I to some of this criticism: I voter went to the polls Tuesdayas through open windows rather than ,Governor of Florida. Actually, brief they are:

before the ceremony took place. I j :.I.- "I'm proud of our county road 1 hy milling around inside the count- there was' never any doubt about No. 1-Providing for extension
with 683
The trustees of the Bradford coun-I ":""....1 I program." he said. "In spite of -last compared month's regular only election I, ing room. 'I it, as the Republican nominee was,i'of the regular 60-day Legislative

ty Hospital Corp. ..." what Jim Powell of the Tampa After conceding defeat Noegel 'making only a token campaign session to an additional 30 days
when five candidates in the upappro'el
contractor to work ahead so that I ., ;: Tribune has to about were Announced to the crowd: "I'm with no actual ''
.: ; -'_; .... say it. hope of winning on of three-fifths of both
the hospital would< be completed' '. .-, .-..'_. ..v. .> ... '. "",-... Powell political writer for the running. i going tf) move into the city and the election.In Houses. Also to increase the pay

sooner. I '- _. ." -ri. "' / Tribune commented recently on j Lawson's victory settled the dis- (run again next year." spite of the dull General'of Legislators to $1,200 annually.

Gov. Johns voiced his pleasure ) the scope of the Bradford County i j putt"' over election counts that Noegel's statement referred to Election ballot. a special issue !'!! No. 2-Providing that no state

at the erection of the building that First shovelful of dirt for the Bradford County Hospital is hefted t ,program. Actually much of his i!highlighted the regular election. criticism voiced against his candidacy .funds shall be expended to construct -

he hoped might save the lives of by Acting Guv. Charley E. Johns as Dr. H. E. Edmundson (left), I ammunition was taken away from Lawson won the first election by because he did not live in Registration Shows or maintain any toll road
him the fact that one vote on the first count but a the city limits. This unusual .extending into
Bradford County residents. He Charles Hardy, and Rep. Dojle Conner look on. by Bradford more than three
said, the hospital would probably I County is paying: for its road re-count put Noegel ahead by one situation arose from the fact that County Still Remains counties.

through a bond issue. vote. The run-off was chosen as Staike permits residents of near- No.
have to expand in the near futureto Governors Democratic Stronghold ] Providing for additional
take care of the ever increasng have been known to undertake the best method of settling the dis b-v communities to vote in the city county judges in counties of more

need for hospital rooms in i similar programs for their home pute. election if their business interestsare In spite of rosy predictions by than 125,000 population.

Bradford and surrounding counties. counties by use of State Road De- The vote tallying went off quite in Starke. Anyone qualifiedto Republicans following the Eisen-|I, No. Allowing the Governor 20
pal tment maintenance funds at I smoothly as compared with the vote in the city is eligible to cower win in Florida two
", don't know if there would years ;,days instead of 10 days in whichto
have been a hospital if I hadn't no cost to the county. I ippll-mell confusion that character- run for city office. I ago it'll be a long time yet before approve or veto bills fo11owinia .
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-. In fact Powell concern rated his this is a two party state. legislative session. o
been Governor he said. "We had )
1r111A attack on the short strip of road Juvenile 1 On the basis of figures released
:o fight this project through a lot' 44 Jerry Gay Named No. -Providing for the consolidation I
of red tape." He said that he' I along U. S. 301 in South Starke ,yesterday by Marian L. Crosby. of tax assessing and tax
| from the oH city limits to Alligator -' local Supervisor of Registration. '
would start a campaign to furnish Forcing Door collecting agencies of cities and
I I CieeK. Powell was chiefly it'll be longer before Bradford -
rooms for the hospital when he left Bounties; when approved by vote
J i I nterested in this strip since it U- C. of C. President is a tvyj> party cpunjf. ,.. i cities
the Governor's office in January. 1 1 hounded on both sides by land'wr.ed :4? Barksdale'sA I The supervisor's latest nose- lot. concerned. V*- -
Dr. R. E. Edmondson who U ; No. Providing that the
leveafs coun-
presently acting as hospital con i.- I V by Gov. Johns. 16-year-old boy was caush* count that in Bradford (ty tax assessor in Monroe County

sultant for the project while serv- I ,,' kkTA; breaking into the rear of Barks- For Next Year County Dl'mocrats---5,119 there are: j shall assess all property (state,

ing as Assistant Administrator of ; Johns Says 57 dale's Department Store Tuesda\ Rl'publicans80 I county, school. and municipal) in

Alachua General Hospital was introduced I night bv Police Chief W. F. Thorn Independents- j I thatcounty.
to fII.I 1 I E : ton. The boy was caught fon-ing V I No. Providing for .
the crowd. Dr. Ed. Speakership Won If you want to get real technical, an additional -
mundson will serve as administrator iu11V a lork on a rear door with a kmfe Democrats may be subdivided as judge of the Court of Record

for the : The boy has been sent to Man- in Escambia County.County .
hospital when it is .- IBEL r V By Doyle Conner \ follows: !
completed.Rep. I r#_- I IJ nnna Industrial School for Days White male 2407; white female

Doyle Conner acted as I i V First public announcement that i three times for similar offenses 2057; negro male 388; negro female Fair Set

master of ceremonies for the I V 1W 'J V Rep Doyle E. Conner will bei I and Juvenile Judge Theron A 267. I I
.- :7-- # speaker of the 1957 session the Yawn said he may turn the boy'scase '
ground breaking and introduced s V of : Republicans are: For Next Week
members of the hospital board the : 'p _V Florida House of Representativeswas t over to the Circuit Court White male 31; white female 24; 1

contractor the architect, and other made by Acting Gov. Charley I'E. i since his punishment as a juvenilehas u&f negro male 12; negro female 13. In
I Johns this not deterred him from criminal Starke
city and county officials who week at the ground !; Indepenoents: ,
Members of the board of trustees of the Bradford County Hospital ,
helped make the hospital possible. breaking ceremonies of the Brad- ,acts.The V White male 9; white female 8 The American
;;; Legion
heat a sigh of relief ground ceremonies County
as breaking end almost twoyear's
Monday was also the day the : ford County Hosptal. I II same youth stole $400 from negro female 2; negro male 0. i Fair will be open Monday
: of constant concern over the fate of the hospital. Pictured are. Gov. Johns the Bottom Dollar store here over Total through
referred to registration
hospital lost its last chance for: I Conner's !| of all parties Saturday next week
obtaining the badly needed $20 000 : Charles Hardy, Chairman, Cecil K. Whitehead, Gov. Johns, Louise II.. speakership as he concluded his !I a year ago. He used the moneyto Bradford County is 5,218. ;I ion's property on North on the Leg-:

that was withheld from the hospital j Kite, and Hewlett S. Anderson. |talk about the honor of having aj i! go on a spree over the state. i iAve. Stephens Shows, described Temple

when the Florida Supreme j hospital in the county ,'and he was picked up in an Ocala \JI aycees Get Gold !as bigger and better than
1 I ( ever,
Court declared the dog track gambling ( No One Injured In Two Accidents "We have another honor comin.. hotel by suspicious police. i will start setting up their

tax unconstitutional because I i'to Bradford County." he said. "We Judge Yawn said he had been <,'.; >\0. Shovel For Hospital Sunday. concessions -

it discriminated against the : I hue a young man that will bei j committed to Marianna in 1918. w c
larger Two traffic accidents occurred ricodle.tro off the cab of the semi-i; Fund Raising Drive The fair will
II! run from 2
tracks. I sneaker of the 1957 House of' 1952, and 1953. He said the boy p.n1!
"south of Starke last week but all trailer into its rear tandem wheels, Repi esentatives." !also admitted entering Dave Craw- i jiiptil midnight daily. Charles Par-

The U. S. Supreme Court refusedto .'occupants of the vehicles escaped and then it was hurled straight! lord's house lecently where he ,-... The Junior Chamber of Commerce ,tin chairman of the: exhibits said

review the state court's decision, I injury. One accident involved a across the road into a ditch. j Rep. Conner refused comment On-i stole several items including the "."" obtained the gold: painted[ that he has received replies from
thus choking off an appeal. The State j remarks, saying that anystatt'ment hovel that Acting Gov. the State
Charley E.
,single car and the other involved Highway Trooper j j knife he was using Tuesday night .... Forestry Service. FoiI -
money will be refunded to the dog !i pickup truck and trailer, a car. Musgrove said that the DeSoto on his possible! ) speaker- i i Chief Thornton said that he. Johns used during the groundBreaking I etry School at Lake CitUK
tracks. ship would; be Jerry Gay. of the Harold
and a large semi-trailer. i was a total lo:;;. He said he didn't i; premature until manager ceremonies for the Bradford Engineering School of the University
The loss of the $20.000 and the !see how the driver managed to'I'i after the official nomination is ;,County Deputy Jim Sasser, and C. Wall Insurance Co., was; County Hospital this week.; V of Florida Future Farmers of
fact that the lowest bid John C. Roberts of take turned I made. He said that he still has :three other men apprehended theboy elected 'president of the 1955 The Jaycees
on con- live. but he escaped with only V were given the shovel America Third Army Starke Garden -
stiucting the hospital was about I ... o"er 'n hs car Saturday night minor bruises. Musgrove said tht :,i one opponent Kenneth Ballinger of while he was forcing the door. Chamber of Commerce this weeka by the hospital corporation for: Club and G. T. HUg'J: ns. coun-
Chief the took
.r j Thornton said
Prescott's boy
$35.000 over the architect's estimate -' filling station. 'accident )happened about 150 feet Tallahassee, in his race for the i a Chamber of Commerce board use in a campaign to help furnishI I*y agent. He said Big Dad Manufacturing -
Roberts toward him with the
said wo steps
a pickup truck pulled i "
had put it in a financial hole. i north of the Hampton junction. II i s-pcakership. meeting I, the hospital rooms. Co. is the only commercial
,"lit in font of him from the left .knife before the sight of ThorntonVgun I -
speakership; is Board members elected Dr.
Construction was held up for .. i normally de- duringthe R. E. Edmundson who will entry to date.
about a month until the hospital i, >
could raise an additional $20.000 II I th shoulder. I,State Forester Chosen j:j nomination by written pledges sent The boy was detected when I l ister Sr., Carl Johns E. L. Matthews when completed said the estimatedcost :I annually as its major fund raising
I The car' fom the }tv :.Robeit Barksdale entered the store
through revenue certificates to spun right- the candidates by members of and Lucian Conner. The for furnishing one of the' project.

meet its share of the $360.000( con- !hand shoulder of the road to the |:National PresidentI the House of Representatives supporting ;'from the front to get his children' boards members were elected for'three 'rooms would be $400. j Post 55 discussed plans for the
stmction price. The Hospital .ft side of thA road. hit a guv him. ,coats following a movie. Barks- year terms. 1 The Jaycees also reported the .fair and the annual
wire ran over the edge of a cul- Florida's State Foiester C. H. dale heard the boy trying to addition
Corporation pay 35 per cent An installation banquet was set of several new members drive at its regular meeting Tues-

ot the cost and the federal government vet an-i ended tinside down in a "oulter. was elected president of New Restaurant V force the door and called the City for Dec. 2 in the Bradford High ,during their current membership i day. Cliff Currie, post commander,
-iit 'h. Roberts the National Association of State Police.
will pay 65 percent. emersred unhurt cafeteria with drive. The is in (said the
Acting Gov. Charley V. group midway post is still short of its
'hrough a front Foresters at the 32nd annual Planned Near StarkeR The lock on the door waslroken. ;
window of the ts
The hospital will still face financial -I' : E. Johns as guest speaker.The drive from 12 members on goal for 100 per cent membership
'cl'r ( of the held and the door was almost
meeting organization
problems when the con trul. I I board also agreed to rename Oct. 1 to 50 members on Jan. 1. 'by Nov. 11. He urged all Legion
The other accident occurred Fri- recently at Jefferson. N. H. L. Strunk purchased about open when the police arrived. Tin ,
lion i is completed and Gov. Johnspledgt'd : the chamber at the meeting. The A committee was named at last members to contact their friends
1 I Intrht when a 1949 DeSoto hit | Coulter is well known in Starke two acres of land with frontage boy had three iron rods as well as week's
at the ground breaking name was changed from the meeting to make arrangements who have not paid their 1954 membership -
i the been stationed here (\n U. S. 301 south of his knife for the door. .
reir corner of -a small trailer[having early Starke this: forcing for
that he would assist in a drive to "Stat ke Chamber of Commerce"to V a public dance duringthe dues. V
. obtain contributions from local that was paiked along side the in his forestry career with the 'week and his present plans are'' the "Chamber of Commerce. month of November. ki4RGasrDuck
:U. S. Forest Service. He has been 0 bn'id a restaurant on the site. '
residents and civic groups to furn roodThe ,Gator Homeccming Starke and Bradford County." The
car bnunced off the trailer : w th the Florida Forest Service Strunk purchased the land that
the huspital rooms. I ( new name was adopted since theCamber Attends Chemistry ClassBUSY
into an oncoming semi-traIler. It :or more than 20 years.: is formerly occupied by F. L.Iough's Attracts Residents
( house and dairy barn. )1 of Commerce fosters

The, land faces the ; V Peveral lo"al residents will county-wide development.E. V ,<

Toby Dowdy TV Troupe Performs At Radio Station Pines Motor Court.T Whispering Take a Holiday the Gator Way" L. Matthews, W. H. (Bill)

R. Conrll, to'night (Fridav> and tomorrow ;, Graham, and Carl Johns were appointed -
manager of:
of Florida's to a Wayside Park Com ...
z U II : Whispering Pines, said that Strunk uringthe University .
3J**': rtrrr I :'T.S; to build the restaurant in I his Homecoming celebration. V
L T. Huggins offered to heln
VV attraction will be
Tare time. He said that when it Most popular

C' completed, the dining room of the Gator Growl which is scheduled L- ,Mrs. Marian Howe with the Chamber's ..
exhibit for the State Fair
fiJI e Whispering Pines will be turn- for 8 p.m. tonight but is strictly -
: Tampa in February. J. E. Wall
nto a reception room. '"come early" affair for parkmg -
a and Fred Graudon
&%* ("onr.ell were appointe i
was instrumental in
<- : get- space and a seat in the stad to take charge of the exhibit for
cp Stunk to settle in Bradforl t
'(Illy: um. Thousands are usually turn- the Bradford County Fair nex f.
lffc .t
i ted away from the big show every
The board meeting was prece-1- \ -

1 ,awtey PTA Plans :year. ..,. .
ed by a luncheon. Nine; members ," ,,,
!: have the Bradford I- ..
The Growl will .
Hallowe'en CarnivalThe attended the meeting which reg- ....1 .....ppo -
High band as part of its program ulary falls on the last Mondav 'If ; -. .- '
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L Lawtey PTA will sponsorHallowe'en for the evening and it will: ; each month. Mrs. Howe served refreshments i'i'.i'c: : '. ;:

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Carnival at Lawtey feature a pep rally variety show, following the meeting .' :
i iA 1 .
>n.or High School beginning at: ,and a giant display of fireworks. f --- po'
Recent Birth ,
> p I 4 (Saturday TheCarnival Tomorrow afternoon the Gators( :; -, !_ J.- .__ __ _.__p. -_ __' ..
.- VV_ will feature a fish supper.
crowd of onlookers enjoy music by the Toby Dowdy TV troupe at the open house for the Starke- gaines of skill fish pond fortune' announce the arrival of a son Dav- WEEK for a duck adopted by the Junior Chamber of Commerce
attempt regain some 1
Gaine, tilt, telling, country store cake walk. prestige id Newnan, on Saturday, Oct. 23 as part of a membership drivs. Ea h member keeps the dock
: \ radio station, WDVII, last Saturday at their Starke studio on S. Thompson St. Dowdy I Is l '
part owner in the new station. i 'hot dogs soft drinks and ice:the Southeastern Conference following in the Alachua County Hospital i,!.! until he gel a new member At the moment the duck is taking fa a

cream. last week's loss to LSU. in Gainesville. chemical class by Teacher Shepard Faber at BUS.rens' .


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day afternoon. Mrs. Thomas' Sunday 1552;: feet South of Xorthwest cr>rner I!aid Court on this 20th day of '
| I n The Circuit four Of The Second 1 14th daf Od"lI..r. .\ I> 19.;>4 / 1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH visitors Mr. of Section 32, said point being were and Mrs. Judicial Omit Of The Mate Of ( W May W.ilK.f *
Gerald Willams of Melrose. on the arc of a curve concave to ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida In And For Lou County. tWI'IC'E.I. Circu.t JudsIA I
the Southeasterly having a radiusof Clerk of Circuit Court of trad- i In t'haarerr. true '
I copy
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Mrs. Jack Spencer and little son 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent ford County Florida. iFLORIDA :STATE ttest: /
bearing of North 63 degrees I Hollis V. Knight, County Attorney, I I U' 'O nI1SSIOX. an ,IMPROVEMENTC G. /
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under of Starke were visiting Mrs. Robert 20 min., 22 sec. East run Northeasterly Starke. Florida. 102It 11/1: State of Florida Petitioner, Clerk\ Cra'flr I I/
StarJngIonday.. Saturday along said curve through l: vs. Leon County Florida.
the Act of March 3, 1879. a central angle of 25 degrees 2* Imitation for Bid R
visitors of Mrs. :TATE i : < 'F "'I.uHlD.E't al., Re.p"nd..nb !By H. Fryer, DeltlI I h
Starling !
were Mr. min., 25 sec. a distance of 804.43 Materials lumber hardware electrual |_ i '. I o
and Mrs. W. B. Starling of Jack- feet to the end of said curve plumbing, roofing and j jni ( ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -.- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION sonville. thence North 88 degrees 4$ min.. crete for constructing a building 1'-1 I j i.i NII i I ,
; 47 sec. East 1901.94 feet; thence|proximately Sfl'xll2', also bid for installing i j'X THE SAME AXD 1"Y THE AtTHOKITY ; la C'CC TO \IPI.I/ .
We were glad to have Mr. and Xorth 89 degrees, 52 min.. 09 sec. 6" well" including pump, pipe OF THE STATE OF i J Cfnl .arl.n Br.df.rt. COla.yFlerloa .
East 91 .J' feet to intersect the and accessories j FLORIDA. I ..
nel'eSSarfur com- j,
Vote For The No Fence Law Mrs. Marcus Conner with us Sunday centerline of Alton Road: Containing plete functioning, and,(lr invitation, TO THE "T.\T1olF FLORIDA !v s. Cecil Elisabeth Caut fautnm.heii. I t-feida 1'1.0',t.',1..

night and enjoyed the special .30 acre, more or less. exclusive for bids for contractors to construct AXD THE TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY S Case x\. --
of the existing road rightof the building Brooker State Farmers OWNERS AX1 CITIZENS OF
and music. t Satire To Appear.
Apparently there is still some confusionover keeping their cattle under fence and have Can't mention I way. Market Brooker Florida. For THE STATE OF FLORIDA AXD OF I To' Cecil S. Cauthen. whosr 1'0"-'
all the names of our IS OWNED BY: Hercules Powder details in either case, write State
but : COUNTY dence \ "
the terms "fence" and "no fence" when spent thousands of dollars to do just that. I we are glad to have them. :i Company, a corporation. Farmer.v Market, Box 1191 Winter IXCLfDIXG. XOX RESIDENTS Your and are address hereby i is. l'lll.t' .it a

applied to the proposed law that voters of But they soon found that, under the present They |' Haven, Florida. Phone 3-61)6. I lOWXIXt; PROPERTY OR SUBJECT I suit for divorce
are always welcome "HIt\"o.: 1" Right Of
I at the Pine War 10 22 2t 1029:1OTICK : O TAXATION THEREIN; ALLPROPEUTY has been filed against the
Bradford County will approve or disapprovenext set-up, they were still at the mercy of some J Level Church. 'That part of: i' I OWXEKS. TAXPAY.jERS. i I above named Court and you cam r and

Tuesday. We are told that in a recent other fellow's hogs, roaming at large under ;I yards North of 70 NEI"yards of NW of %East of Section 140- In Circuit\ Court,APPKAR Drandfurd County !jlXti l oR CITIZENS CLAIMING ANt; OTHERS ANY RIGHT.HAV-I I you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a CI'PY lom-or

Bradford the old of NOTICE TO APPEAR 32. Township 6 South, Florida; In Chancery ITITLK OR IXTEREST IN SAIDCO'XTY tha
trial ballot, conducted at High practice "open range. A few II m Circuit Court. rank I j plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorif5r| Y'
Bradford County I Range 22 East Izzo. Plaintiff, vs. Lena Izzo OR THE TAXABLE PROPERTY | < .
School. a large number of students and even invading hogs can do hundreds of dollars Florida, In Chancery. lying l within 40 feet of the survey Defendant. Case Xo. 10-709 THKREIX. OR INTEREST i T.Florida Frank Lndrum.a..
Harold Norman. Plaintiff. Helen line of State Road -I OO-A, Section Notice To Appear i I iX PROPERTY! TO AFFECTED I offIce
who intended to vote for worth of damage to and file the
improved original In \
instructors an pasture W. the
some I Defendant. #"l57, said survey line being described To: Lena Izzo, whose residence THROUGH: THE ISSUANCE BY THE !',
lof the of the Circuit CouV1.on
the measure actually voted against it due to overnight. I Votlre Case No. 10-701 as follows: IVgin on the and addres is: 104-51 44th Avenue;FLORIDA STATE 1MPROVEMEXT I'I ior Cek 22 day ..f Nose 1"1'
To ,
Appear. Xew
West line of Section 32, Township York
this misunderstanding. Progressive stockmen are convinced thata I 'To: Helen Vf. Norman whose, res- 6 South. Range 22 East at a point You are hereby notified that a ..; OF Jo'LOIUD.OF THE''.1954.eIEVENI'E ald ; Complaint otherwise the will al..gatlvn, -sHU'"

Actually, the thing isn't so complicatedwhen big majority of Bradford County farmers idence and address is: Unknown. 1 55.% feet South of Northwest corner suit for I BONDS HEREIXAFTER I: by you. ta..nconfess _
You of Section 32, said point beingon DivorceHas > <
are hereby MORE
once it is thoroughly understood thata and stock owners are in favor of the no I I suit for notified that a', the arc of a curve concave to been filed against you in the ED. OR IX ANY WAY DBSCIC-AFe i This week notice for shall four be nubllshed once \J

"No Fence Law" means that the stock fence law and will vote for it next Tuesday. has Divorce I i the 1809.34 Southeasterly feet; thence having from a a radiusof tan-I you above are named required Court to serve;and cause a copy and of }FECTED THEREBY: I j: weeks in the Bradford County consecutive Telegraph -

owner is compelled to keep his stock under Their only fear of an adverse vote comes been named filed Court against and you in theabo'e I jgent hearing of North 63 degrees your answer or pleading to the complaint You. and each of you. the State of 'I I jiFlorida I Dated-
cause and :I|120 min., 22 ,...1". East run North- on the Plaintiff's through the State Attorneys this 20 day of October. 1SC4
fence. The fellow that needs "no fence" in from the possibility that too many people you your are required to serve a copy of ,.ieasterly, along said curve through I Samuel "'. Getzen, P.Attorney O. Box of the Second Judicial Circuit of I t j (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
answer or pleading to the corn- a central angle of 25 degree. 25! min 81, GainesvIlle Florida :Florida and the Eighth Judicial Cir-1: Clerk of the Circuit Court
that case is the man without stock. He no might misunderstand the wording of the plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney of Florida are hereby required Marian
;25 sec. a distance of 804.43 feet Ithe I and file the original in the office Icui ,,, E L Crosby, Deputy Clerk
other ballot and vote the unintentionally. I Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith Buildt pnd of said of the Clerk of ,to appear before this Court at the I i 10.22 4t 111 I-
}longer needs a fence to keep people's wrong way ing, Jacksonville Florida j curve; thence North' the Circuit Court 'Court House in Tallahassee. Florida, I' _
degrees 48! min, 47 East on or before the 15 day of
stock from trespassing on his property. We do not believe that this will happen, I and file the original In the office of{ji 1901.94 feet; thence North 89 degrees: her 1954; otherwise the allegationsof Xovem-I on the ISth day of November, 1954, ''1|' \OTICE TO APPEAR
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I 152 min.. 09 East said at l'J:00: o'clock in the forenoon and I. Circuit C.art. Caat7
Complaint will
Hence the term "no fence. It is "no fence"from however. sec. 913.16 feet to I be taken as Br..f.r
(or before the 'S day of November, intersect i the centerline of Alton !confessed by you. I.h." cause, if any you have, why Florida !. C."f.
the standpoint of the property owner The balloting next Tuesday does not mean 1954; otherwise the allegations of Road; Containing .07 acre more or This notice shall be published the prayers of the Petition filed in ,Harry L. Gnsberl PlaintIff \ -.
said Complaint will be taken as con l less exclusive of the existing road once each week for four consecutive the abotiut cause should not Esther Gnsberg,
burden of fencing is that if fence law will into
without stock. The on approved. a no go fessed by you right of way.' weeks in the LYadford County Tel- be revenue bonds Case Xo 10-7JO

the stockowner who in the old days of "open effect immediately. The vote is only an'advisory" This notice shall be published IS OWNED BY: An undivided one- egraph. therein described and the proceedings Notice To Appear.
once each week, for four i authorizing the issuance thereof To: Esther whose ,
consecutiv half interest Dated this 8 of r.dence --
is owned by Nora day October, 1934. tinsberg.
range", could let his stock roam at large one for the purpose of gettingthe weeks in the Bradford Coanty Tele Jones a widow 237 W. 127th Street OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby be validated and confirmed saidrp.nut I' and addres is'nhn," n'I
them. the graph. Apartment 13-C, New York City, Clerk of the Circuit Court bonds to be issued by the You are h.rby notified that a
and other folks had to fence against sentiment of people on this measure.
Dated this 1 day of October 194.;; New York; and the unknown heirs By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk Petitioner herein in the aggregate 'I suit for
Florida does not now have a completeNo Representative Doyle E. Conner has said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .grantees devises and other claimants 10/15 4t 11/5 ..ur of One Million Dollars 1,000- Divorce
Clerk of the Circuit Court by through under or against L SOTt'ENOTiCE 000) to be designated, dated and i I has been fed against you in the
Fence Law. The present state law that he would introduce the legis- Py Marian numbered in above
applies necessary I L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Handy Brymer deceased. (Petitioner TO APPEAR denominations of and Court and cause and

only to keeping stock off the highways.A lation at the next session of the Legislature 10/S 4t 10/29 I 11In having acquired the other one-half !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coital. to.mature as follows: > you are required to serve a copy of
{interest i ). "Florida la CtimnrmMabel .FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT your answer or pleading to the complaint
Countywide No Fence Law would give the if the voters show their approval next Tues- : Tar Circuit Court of The Kiithlh; I Seed, }Plaintiff %s. Milton I I COMMISSION. BRADFORD on the Plaintiffs Attorney

to that is Judicial Clrrnlt Of Florida In And I !'Mil ,"0. 17 It IK hi Of War Ileed. Defendant. COUNTY 10.1 REVEXUE BOXDS" T. Frank Landrum, Starki ,
protection property owners
same day.We Fur Hradford Cuuntr I..,v >o. That part of: Case Xo. 10-721 i it to be first day of November -1 Florida,
now given to the highways. feel that the day of the old "openrange" I MSI. I NEVi of N\VV., except the East t Notice To Appears j tI. 1954, numbered I to 1000. both and fie the original In the office of
BRADFORD (COl'XTY FLORIDA. I 140 yards of the North 70 yards To: Milton Seed, whose residence i inclusive. in denominations of I'i the rk of the Circuit Court on
Therefore, if you want this protectionyou has passed. along with a lot of other a political! subdivision of the Section :32, Township" 6 South, and address is: 1496 Vyse Avenue. !1,000 each and to mature in numerical or before the 22 day of X.vnnbei,

vote FOR the No Fence Law. That is relics of pioneering days in Florida. Although State. of Florida I Range 22 East, ,'./() Mattio Fusco..N ear 172nd: Street, order a.-, f'llolt. to wit: i:said 1954; Complaint otherwise the will alt'galol5) "t
Petitioner lying within 40 feet of the survey I onx. New York. : Amount Maturity Date taken as
the non-stock owner will need no fence, the practice may have been justifiedand [ vs. line of State Road S-100-A, Section You are hereby notified $ 5.003 November I, 1957 !.confessed by you.
RANDALL CHITTY. et al. ,2 SF7. said line I that a ,i 10.000 November 1958 This not shall be publIshed
survey being de-1 I suit for 1. I
the who stock will. have served worthwhile I
but owns a
man may purpose I Defendants !.scribed once k for four consecutive
I as follows: Begin on the I Divorce, 10.000 November I, 1959
We understand that most of the leading in the early days of Florida's economic life MlTIfK OF ItrLK .MSI |IWel't line of Section 32, Township I! support of custody minor,child control and j|j II 30.000 November 1. 1960 :i in the Bradford County Tete.i .
IXOTI'Jo: OF EMIXEXT DOMAIN r i1 6 South Range 22 East at 45.00-j November I. 1961 graph
a point j
farmers and cattlemen in the county are in that day has passed. The use of oneman's I 1'KOCEBDIXO: 155.2 feet South of Northwest corner | nas been filed against you in the 50.000 November 1. 1962 Dated this 20 day of Octolu r If".4

favor of the proposed Countywide No Fence land by another without the consent: 'IX TilE! NAME AND BY TIlE ATTTHORITY of Section 32. said point beingon i above named Court and cause and j I II 50.000 November 1. 1963 ,: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
YOU are I II
I required to Clerk of
OF serve a of I the Circuit
STATE OF : the arc of a curve concave to the copy ;;"..00Xovember I, 1964 C.urLBy
Law. These progressive men recognize that and against the will of the owner, cannot be FLORIDATO Southeasterly having a radius of YOur complaint answer or pleading to the I I 55,000 November 1. 1965 : Marian I.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
I ALL WHOM IT MAY COX. 1809.34 feet: thence from a j on the Plaintiff'1'!' 60. 00 November 1. 1966 i 10/22 11 t 12
the day of the old "open range" is fast justified under any code, moral or otherwise. CERX. and to all persons and par. bearing of North 63 degrees tangent, 20 I Attorney T. Frank Landruni I I 65.000 November I, 1967 f

drawing to a close, and they also recognizethe We sincerely believe that it is for the ''title ties having or claiming any right min., 22 sec. East run Xortheasterly Starke Florida, I j I 70.000 November 1. 1968 I
interest estate mortgage er i along said curve through a central I and file the original In the office of 1 i i 70,000 November I, 1969
necessity of keeping their cattle on improved best interest or"the future of the cattle industry other lien to or on those certain |,angle of 25 degrees, 28 min.. 25 see | 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court on i .1.1 75,000 November 1. 1970 I

pasture in order to produce the better in Bradford County that a vote of .parcels of land situate in Bradford I ;a distance of 891.43 feet to the end: ar before the So.OOO Xovember 1. 1971 I
County Florida and hereinafter of said I 22 day of Xovembe.1954 I
described curve, thence North 88 degrees ; I 8 ,OOO November 1972
quality meat the market demands today. approval for the Countywide No Fence Law and the following persons 48 min., 47 ""I'. East 1901.94 otherwise the allegations. of saltj: !! $0,000 November 1. 1973 :
together with all unknown persons feet; thence North 89 degrees 52 Comolaint will I I 95,000 November I, 197aggregating !
Therefore they are sold on the idea ofVTTTTTTfVTTTTTTTTTTTyVT be registered at the polls next Tuesday.from e as contesa-
claiming by, through min.
or under 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to i.dbyyou the sum of One Million ;
known persons who are dead, or intersect the centerline of Alton lists urtlce! shall be published i [Dollars ($1.000,000) and bearing interest -
who are not known to be dead or Road: containing .45 acre more or I unec eish *eek for four ronnecutlrt I payable s..mi-annunaly. on i
? Westconett spent the weekend worth. alive. less, exclusive: of the existing: road I| w"eV* in the Bndford County Tele the 1st day of tht 1st' |i iI I

with their grandparents Mr. Spot didn't want the others to right of way. graph. 'day of November of each year at the
Randall ('hitty.Starke IS OWNED BY: Everdinar Leonard Dated this 20 day of October, 1954.; I lowest rate obtainable 'When the
LONG BRANCH and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. Jimmie claim the victory so he tried to FloridaIra Louisa Johnson and the unknown OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Uaruj same are sold, provided that such

Wilkinson also spent the weekendat take the coon from me. He said it heirs grantees, devisee and other Clerk of the Circuit Court bonds shall not hear interest at a DODGElias
W. Andreu. a widower, claimants by, through, under or By Marian I... Crosby, Denuty Clerk greater rate than six per centum
home with Jack and Dumpie. He wasn't dead enough, but I broughtit Bradford County, FloridaClart'nl"P against Nkkalas McFa&hion, deceased I 10/22 4t 11/12:! (6") per annum or be sold at such
b Mrs. J. L. Strickland
also attended our Hallowe'en car- to the house. By that time Jim price that the net interl'st'ost to
Andreu, .toTirr; the Commission shall exceed six:
and Jimmy LantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. nival. was up and on the porch. We put E.-H-ambia County. Florida !Mill No. 19 HUM Of Way I Imitation for Hid ,per centum (fet to the date of the

.. Mr. and Mrs. %V. D. Jones spent the coon up. and the next morningwe That part of: Materials, lumber hardware, electrical | rl'spt'I..i\1 maturities thereof a morl
Owendolyn Andreu, West 165 feet of XWlJ of XEVi' plumbing roofing and concrete i particular .description of said revenue -
attendance at School Sunday with Lottie Starling. cleaned and cooked it for the Escambia County Florida of Section 3%. Township 6 South. for constructing four bays ap I bonds appearing by refer
Our Sunday
We had our PTA carnival Friday dogs and cats. Range 23 East proximately 2500 sq. ft. on Unit 3 t-nce to said authorizing resolution.
holds up In the 70's from Sunday and had much crowd Cortex A. DeRerry, lying within 40 feet of the survey and enclosing with metal with I certified copy of which is attached
There were 71 present night a larger Friday morning I was in the Escambia County, Florida line of State Road 8100Section I doors on south side about 800 sq. to and made part of the Petition doneit.

.o Sunday. .than we expected since we didn'tiadvertise chicken yard, and the chickens 2557. said survey line being described ft. on same building, also wiring for herein. This Rule Nisi i is to be published I
:ast Sunday, 57 had studied their Finly DeDerry heavy duty Unit I and Unit 3
it much. We had first as follows: Begin on the II complete in the Bradford County Telegraph
were acting as if they saw something Kscambia County, Florida with panels and meters', .
!lessons, 60 brought Bibles, and we West line of Section 32, Township a nl\l'papl'r published in i: I
first scheduled it for Oct. 29, but that didn't belong. I thought 6 South Range 22! East at a point Starke State Farmers Market: Bradford County. Florida, and i in .
had 100 cent members I (;rare A. Sorensen, 'I Starke. Florida. Hnd '. inviTati. I
fifty-five per not HiS.! feet South of Northwest .r the Tallahassee Democrat a newspaper
moved the date so to corner -
we up it could be a ratler, but when I I Ks.ambia County, Florida fur bids
We have 93 enrolled. We of Section 32, said point hem for contractors to do the published in l.cnfl. County. I
conflict with the union meeting at got to where I could see better I on the arc of a curve concave to"iabove I III line with present building.; I l Florul.i if f..rni ,ami manner as r">- .
lee) this is a good percentage in : Long Branch church. After the I John A. Sorensen, the Southeasterly having a radius For details in eilini, use, wine j'll"i| liy I'hapter) 7.>. i it rabbit and |Escambia FloridaHercules ,
I was a County, : .
Attendance, but we would like to my gun of 1809.34 feet ; thence from a tar I- St.it.Farmers M.uk't.I R\: I 1IM.! !I : ,itlit. -.
change, we didn't have much time i the house. That: ratbit had better :- Kent bearing of North 63 decree[.. Wuilei Il.iM-n. l h'lonila; 1 phone "iliii:,;,; ; i I'UVi( m: \Vi| 11:1'1':1:1| : : at TallaIi.i'Mr -
tee it better. \ Powder Company a corpo ; III _'::1 .It t I" .::. : better
jj l left to advertise. be careful, the gun will still ratiun. 20 min., 22 sec. East run Xorth 1"1 ""II} 1'1,1 ida. this ,

There were three who joined the Everyone seemed to enjoy himself I Wilmington. Delaware easterly along said curve through ---. .-. -- - .
shoot. at least it I
I did
or Sunday a central angle of 25 degrees. 2Smm.
church by letter Sunday. Mr. and especially the ft children who \night. i\-crdinar Leonard. .. .. ., 40:; sec. a distance 01 uii.i: .
Mrs. H. C. Smith and daughter, Bradford feet to the end of said curve, thence f
l iked to fish and go into the ghost CountyFlorida !
Spot started telling us there Xorth 88 degrees, 48 min.. 47 sec. i wait !!
Shirley from Highland. We are house to get chased by goblins. was something behind the house i in Louisa Johnson, '' East 1901.94 feet: thence Xorth S9 Vote As You Pleaser ,
ush degrees, 52 Olin, 09 East 913.16
glad to have these folks with From the screams and the way IJTadford County, Florida _
the woods. I asked Jim if I shouldgo feet to intersect the centerline of
and feel they will be a great help some of them came out of thej The Alton Road: containing .06 acre, Tar jTf-r-J.Jf-f ff j "jJ ay y"J ,r,r"f j-j.rf
and he said: "Why sure, go get unknown heirs, grantees, devices -
in the work we are trying to do. ghost house they were almost and other claimants by. more or less exclusive of the existing '
that coon for the road right of
J. L. Strickland delivered the caught by the spooks maybe and searched but dogs.we couldn't We looked find McFashion through' under, deceased or against N'ickalas IS OWXED BY: David way. Johnson and i: But Know How You're

message Sunday evening afterwhich they had been bad boys and girls. wife Louisa Johnson. I I r
anything, and I was about readyto David Johnson, Votin
we had a fellowship meet I have heard that if bad '
you are give up and come back to the Bradford County Florida "Kit "0. 23 Itruinier Kakrmrnt
ing and enjoyed refreshments anda L the goblins will sure catch you. Of house. Ditch H IK lit KaMI Mation 107 I i

good friendly visit. course, I believe what I want about: B. C. Holtzendorf, Flu so I I Next Tuesday you will be asked to a choicein ,
That of
Suddenly Jim called and told me Starke Florida part : '

We are sorry to learn that AdaGodwin this.Some to come to him. I did and he triedto s\vv4 of XE'i of ruction ::1: !' a special advisory referendum on a county "no fence

is suffering with a severe of the boys were real bad. Ethel Holtzendorf. Township 6 South, Range 22 II[ | law" similar to the the '
show me the eyes he found up Starke, Florida East I one adopted by state 1949
cold or the flu. We hope she They decided to chase the spooks;
the tree. I looked too low and lying within 15 feet each side of "i
will be soon well again. and tore up the ghost house! Well, B. r. Holtzendorf, Jr., ditch centerline described as follows -;
couldn't see any eyes, but finally Starke, Florida : Commence the Xorth line
Rufus Chance is in the hospital I these boys had better be careful''ihe j I got me to see them and of the said SWi of on NE".4 at a point DON'T LET THE WORDING ON

in Jacksonville having undergone the next time, or the spooks will 1 Nora Jones 1079.1 feet East of Northwest corner '
down came the possum. Jom had I 2:7: W. 127th: Street. Apt. 1J-C, of said SW14 of NEVi and run
an operation to have some cata get them. I've heard some whispers gone out without his gun, so I IXtw York City. New York thence South 46 degrees, 44 min. THE BALLOT FOOL YOU :

racts removed from one of his eyes. to this effect, so they had bet I 47 sec. West 272.9 feet to POIXT 4 T:
got shoot this one too. He will The unknown heirs, grantees, devisees OF t'EOIXNINU of said ditch cen1terline !
He had similar the ter watch out!
a operation on and other claimants by, '
;have to learn to take his gun if : thence run South 43 other eye about a year ago. We Our PTA County Council will beat he wants to the through, under or against Handy 15 min., 13 sec. East 5$ 8 '' For County-wide No Fence Law
get :
I game. Brymer deceased
feet; thence South 7 degrees, 33;
this is Green Cove Nov. 3.
hope operation a success on The date
I Wonder how many animals will min.. 13 sec. East 447.8 feet; thence ,
and he will soon be able to be home of this meeting has been changed' Venture this this week ? .SKCTION. ::":> 1-116 STATI'! HO IBNO. .South 33 degrees, 49 min., 13 sec. Means "closed range" in which all livestock must '
( way .x-ioo-A IIU.\lWOItU rorvTY '
I East 10.1.4 feet thence South ;59; degrees
and have normal vision. because the state convention will 1'< 56 min..; 13 sec. East 290 feet-' ( be kept under Fence by the owner.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sullivan and meet in Tampa Nov. 9-10-11. Won Jyy....... .. .. .... .. .. .. .._._._._._. _._._. I MID \0, 10 flight or \VaT to the end of said ditch renterlint :
- ,That: part of: I
J containing .59 acre, more less \
or i
Linda and :Mrs. Sullivan'smother
daughter. der how many we can get to attend i j SU i4 of XEtf; and W-;. of XE'i ': IS OWNED BY: B. C. Holtzendoif aI

Mrs Youmans spent part I: each of these meetings? It < of Nh %. South of S.A.I. Hail- ,and wife Ethel HoltzendorfSfHJECT Against No Fence
County-wide Law
of with the Lee Moores. PINE road in Section :31, Township TO Claim by B.: C : I t1I44LI
Sunday would be nice if we could have the LEVEE I 6; South. Range 22 East I Holtzendorf, Jr. I

We understand Mrs. Sullivan and most members present at Green I lI 1 yIIit within 40 feet of the survey I Means "open range" in which Inestotk can roam I

her mother are going to North Cove. The meeting lasts from 10 by :Mrs. II.t.! :bRae jline of State Road S-100-A, Section. ,TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration 1| :
I %':.7. said survey line being d.M'rih..d -I of Taking has been filed in the
Carolina for a visit in a few days. a.m. until 2 p.m. Anyone who | as follows: Begin on the ahoIInl"d (cause by the petitioner.. I

:Mrs. Gertie Faircloth. Mrs. Don I' I can go, please contact others and ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAARev. ', !'hu'h line of the said SW-i of the acquiring authority of th....e- \ This non-partisan ad !sponsored by
I NEi.i at a point 113.5 feet East of proceedings of the taking of the ,
Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd let's all go together. Let's see if and Mrs. W. E., Hall were,1ral'e ,''Soiithuest corner of SW-t of ,,ic'4 above described lands, for the pinjpose I

Johns are spending a few days in we can beat our attendance of four I to Dublin. Ga.. last Friday 'ami IS nun.run. 47 thence East North 20 degrees i set forth in the petition in this The Junior Chamber of Commerce
sec. feet to ,cause, viz: right of'a). drainage I
North Carolina with relatives. for the last meeting. j because of the serious illness of i iiRev. i beginning of a curve l'ulll'a'l'itn ditches' borrow pits, borrow pit I

Mr. and Mrs. Webb's children Well, the animals decided all was '| Hall's brother. John Hall. We the Southeasterly having a radius drains and haul roads for a portion
|lof I 1141 I ; :: feet and a total central '!'of State Road No. S-100-A lirud- I" .
I quiet around here, so some of them> j wish him a speedy recovery. ,angle' of 26 degrees, :28! min.; thence I ford County. Florida and that one -;;.=, ".;3 ''' '" 4' ."; ; .--" .c ; -..o;_ ; ;, I
I ventured up near the house to see'how Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop Mr. 'Northeasterly along said curve i of the Judges of the Circuit Court ti -
|':;29.ii: : feet to the end of said curve; i i]i in the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
I everything was. A 'pesky and Mrs. W. C. Ward, and Mrs. thence. North 46 degrees. 44 min.'j I'' Florida will on the let day of

little squirrel came in the oaks in i Lucille Lowell were visiting Mrs. ,,47 ,..., East 190J.14 feet to the !h.- November A.D. 1954, at 10:00 o'clock
YOURPROTECTION I --i{ginning of a curve concave to the I i in the forenoon thereof in Circuit .
I'front of the house Sunday morning ,Beulah Kelly at a hospital in Jacksonville Southeasterly having a radius of Court Chambers in Alachua County '

and it stayed all day Sunday,, Friday. | UIOU-I! feet; thence Northeasterly Court House at Gainesville, Florida
: ialong said curve through 4 central consider said Declaration of Taking
Monday, and Tuesday. \' Alley McRae of University of angle of 16 degrees 35; min.. appoint appraisers and make sin h

i The poor dogs worried themselves! Florida visited his parents. Mr. '135 sec. a distance of 52'.99: feet to order as the Court deems proper
; ;It he Kast line of XEV, of XE'4 of {Ail parties to the suit and all parties
almost to death trying to get this: |'and Mrs. J. W. McRae Sunday.He ''Section :31 at a point 155., feet interested may appear and be htaid

little nuisance. Jim and I went to, also attended church here. 'j'South of Northeast corner of NEVi lat the time and place d"' ii'nd..J.
I. lof XEl; containing 1.69 acres, more I I You, and each of you, are h.-reli\
help but the little rascal baffled J We were glad to have Mr. and or less exclusive of the existing commended to appear by filing an

1 all of us until Tuesday afternoonwhen Mrs. Carl An'trewsith us at I road right of way. answer to the petition hcr.-t.fr.-
I !liS OWXED F/Y: Randall Chitty.'itli filed in this cause in the ...ntlll..01I )
he decided to leave. It gotout church again Sunday morning and "Vurt on before the
or :23rd cLt> "!
IS OURPROFESSION of the oaks and started back to I evening after his serious illness. I N.. II night Of Mar November, A.U. 1954. to show wli.it
That part of: title, interest or lmen'm
the branch. Blitz almost caughtit. Rev. R. John Dedmond of Jacksonville I SI.:'.. of S'WI. of Section 29, ''or any of you have in and to any

and it went up a small pine sap. delivered the message at Township 6 South Range 22: !'of the above described lands and ; .
East :show cause why the should!
ling; Then Bessie's gun brought it Pme Level Church Sunday in the: lying within 40 feet of the survey not be taken for the uses same and i>ut- C i

down. 'i absence of the pastor Rev. W. E. line of State Road SIOOSt',.- poses set forth in the petition filed .
ition !R57 said line herein.VlTNlt. a,0 .
survey being -
We went to meeting Hall. ,I 1
prayer t
as follows: Btgjn on theVest : ; my hand and seal: ofi .
Thursday night, got home about I Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Thomas and| line of Section 32. Township i

, 9 p. m. and went to bed about 10:I family of Water Oak section were! 6 15:South..:! feet Range South 22 of East Northwest at a point corner and save moneyWhen '

p. m. We hadn't been in bed butla visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Section 32, said point being UFRIGIDAIRE

I few minutes before all three of Thomas and family Saturday I';on the arc of a turye COnl'a110 I \
the Southeasterly
having a radius of check automatically
You should have one of our the dogs told us to "grab the gu13'and night. 'i 1S09.34;: fett; thence from a tangent you pay by you \ .5-..

run here. I did as they said 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fouts of hearing of Xorth 63 degrees, 20 mm.. \ ,
Burgulary Insurance Policies 22 sec. East run Northeasterly along THERE'S JUST ONE have a record of your spending. So you can
but Jim stayed in bed. .Lakeland spent Saturday night ,said curve through a central angle I JLI

Protect your home, I I looked and looked and was .with :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. >!'of 25 degrees. 2S min., 25;; sec. a FRIGIDAIREMade
distance of S04.43 feet to thrnd discover and eliminate leaks that ; } "
business and personal prop about to call it a false alarm. Mr and Mrs. H. II. Lewis and of said curve; thence Xorth 88 degrees quickly any ,1
Qnly by General
the all 4* min, 47 sec. East 190194 /
even if dogs said that the H. McRaes, wereisitir.g
erty. I thenI ,feet: thence Xorth S9 degrees 52 Motors Corp. All other take of without an adequatereturn.
I was something up a tree. I Mrs. Alonzo Strickland at Kngsley''min., 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to intersect part your money

Constant Sen-ice: Since 1S91 again from a different angle --- Lake Monday of last week. i the centerline of Alton Road. Electric Refrigerators are I
Containing .45 acre more or less made by other This i$ but one of the benefits of carrying
and sure enough, there were two Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and exclusive of the existing: road rightof

: SENDFORJERKYH. ,big bright eyes up in the tree. I son. Gerald, were dinner guests. way. cannot use the word ,I

:'shot, but just before I shot theI .of the H. M. McRaes Sunday and ,,'OWNED widower. Clarence BY: Ira Andrtu W. Andreu.and wife'a I Frigidaire. a convenient checking account at this bank.

I coon moved his head and I didn't attended the funeral of Charles .(;wl'ndolyn Andreu. Cortei A. De- The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest I .J\
C. ,Berry
Finly DeBerry, and j Unite
'get the perfect shot I wanted. The'coon Wainwright of Lake at'
Butler Grace A. Sorensen and husband Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE i Press word news summary on Station WDVH

came down anyway, but hi Sapp.: Cemetery Sunday afternoon. I John A. Sorensen, heirs at law of each and Friday.FLORIDA. non

j I''wasn't dead and he started to run ,; We attended the funeral of Ru- ,;Aniada Andreu, deceased. ? ? > :

with a broken leg. ';bin Thornton, who passed away i'. Mil "0. 16 Right Of Way

I The dogs all took to him; and on Wednesday of last week after ,:(That part of: ; THEN SEE
Phone 146 SW'4 of
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|I talk about a fight, they had one. a long Illness. He was laid to rest '' Railroad and West of Alton BANK t STARKE E: Nov.

200 E. Call Street Jason started to leave until he in the Sapp Cemetery Thursday 6 Road.South in Range Section 22 29.East Township, i E. H. SMITHTenth I : 17

Starke heard his mother give a few sharp i, I:afternoon.. ,lying within, 40 feet of the survey

keen yells, and he dashed right t I[ Mrs. J. E. Tomlinson and Miss !lion line of 2S57 State said Road survey S-100-A.line being Sec-; and Temple Ave. Member Florida National Group ,

: (back into the underbrush and sailed Shirley Cottle of Starke were 'it"'nh..it as followBegin! on the

| ; into that coon for all he was visiting! Mis Russell Thomas Sun- :W,-. t !I..ii. <-f Sei non 32 Ti\\ 'I& hlj'; Starke, Fla.
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r ........................ of Daytona; :Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Casey Sr. I fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYV 'children of Green Cove Springs with more than 300 local residentsin I.r Custer, lead their Sioux hordes St. Edward's Church

Rowe and son, Joe, Macclenny: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Whiteheadand visited the E. C. Harveys Sunday. the cast. 1 i to Canada where they hold a in-I
.Mr. and Mrs. Hal Edwards of I i j James Harvey is stationed at the "Saskatchewan" is the of
I LAWTEY children of Starke were visit HIGHLAND story I powwow with the Crees. 'The Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.
Orange Park; Mrs. Ruth Barlowe ing Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood i Naval Air Station in Green Cove the histroic campaign by the Royal i i dians then join to ambush the I Holy-day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
r and son, Fred, of Middleburg; Mr during the weekend. Springs. He is the brother of E. Mounties. I 8:30: a. mChildren's
1 I Canadian Northwest Mounted Police
Mrs Norman -
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Jr. and Harvey. 1
Misses Sadie and Anna Carterof I Alan Ladd plays a Mountie who Class Saturday 11
to the American Sioux I
son of Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Paul Janette prevent i
I ; Jacksonville spent the weekend IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiijAAALASunday Griffis of Jacksonville I ''I a. m.
Dinkins Jr. of Anthony; Mrs. Ola I visited friends and relatives here :and the Canadian Cree Indian na- was raised among the Indians, and i I
The(Lawtey Methodist Church Mae Perkins of Hampton; Mr. and with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I' school 9:45: a. m each Sunday. tions from over-running the Do- Shelly Winters plays the part of a Keystone Heights
Eddie Carter. ,
I celebrated the 665th anniversary of Sunday; Worship service, 11 a. m. (Women's dub)
Mrs. Frank Jones and children of I I i
Griffis of Ft. Bragg, N. fugitive from the states. Others'
its fdunding with the annual Mrs. Leslie Bradley and chil- and 7:30 p. m. each Sunday; prayer minion. Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
Keystone Mrs. G.V. Durham and C.,
spent several days with friends
' Homecoming Sunday of last week. Mrs. Hinson of Jacksonville; anda I dren of Starke were visiting her meeing, 7:30 p. m. each Wednes- and relatives. I Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull in the cast are Robert Douglas, J. Holy day masses 7:30: a m.

r' Rev. W. T. Walters a former pas number of Starke people. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Warren'Sunday. day; E. C. Harvey, pastor and J. A. triumphant from their conquest of :!Carrol Naish, and Hugh O'Brian. : Confessions before all Masses.
tor, Delivered the morning message Airman J. M. Warren of Eunice. Sunday School superintendent. Freda and Marcia Hardee and -
fo a large and appreciative Rev. H. C. Hickman of Union Eglin Air Base also spent the Tim Harvey spent the day Sunday -
o Springs, Ala., was the only former with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis.
basket din weekend with his parents. He and
,I audience. At noon a Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville
ner'was spread on the church pastor, other than Dr. Walters his parents visited his sister, Mrs. spent the weekend with her parents Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville -
who to attend. We
! btdunda. was were Victor Appleby and family at Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman. was a dinner"guest of the L.
t somewhat surprised but happily M. Normans .
Atlantic Beach after Sunday.Mrs.
visitors Saturday Ellen and Sarah
_/ Among the out of-town Iso, to have Rev. Hickman with us. Norman were
v-- ,in Jacksonville business Friday Oscar McCormick of Jack
were Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee Little did we expect a man 86 noon.Mrs. on #
Pearl Whitnell of Deland sonville and Glen Crews of Tampa DODGE has done it better
Sr., parents of the present pas years of age to make that trip by spent Saturday night with her Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dinkins and visited Maggie Crews Wednes- :. wait
and their daughter, Elizabeth;; bus to be with us. However he i is I I
tor sister, and brother-in-law, Mr. and son, Leo, of Jacksonville were I
still and is day.Mr.
Mrs. Nellie Gravitte Mr. Thomas exceptionally spry enJoying
Mrs. Roberts. here visiting friends and relativesover and Mrs. David Kirkling
Eskridge all the best of health.
. Darnell, and Stanley '
Mrs. children the weekend.Mr. and children of Jacksonville visit- C.
| Jack Cook and of
of Newberry; Proctor Hartison of.. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard of
R. R-.'I I Ft. Myers were visiting Mrs. C and Mrs. Lacey ::orman and ed the Marrs Sunday.
Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. Valrico and :Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
: A. McSwain and family last week. son, Larry, spent Sunday night in Charles Mosley of Orange Park
Thede, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bag- Phillips of Waldo were Sunday
Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. A Lawtey with Mrs. Norman's was in our community Sunday.The .
Mr. and I
gett, Mrs. Charles DinkinS i guests of the O. J. Phillips family I
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smiths attended
Mrs. Lee Cotton, Mr. and Mrs H. Harley were in Jacksonville R. C. Griffis.E. I
Monday of last week attendingthe C. Harvey and son, Eddie, church at Long Branch Sunday.The .
Bill and son, Mrs. W. H. Mr. Mrs.
Royster and Bruce
Boyer were funeral of Mrs. HcCorkle, and Lacey Norman and son, Lar- Union meeting will be at .'
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore I
mother of Mrs. Helen Cody. ry, were in Jacksonville Friday on Long Branch Friday.A .
and Mr. and Mrs. Horace the'weekend.
sons during Other guests
,business. thought for the week: "A
Cox, Miss Adel Dinkins, Mr. and I of the Moores were their son-in- Mrs Catherine Teare was re : A
good name better than
Mrs. E. C. Harvey in Lake is precious
the Wednesday | was
Mr. and Mrs. I leased from hospital
Mrs. O. J. Boyette law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .
I ointment: and the day of death 1 ,
Mr.I of last week and is now being ,City Friday.
Blocker and children, :
Nelson Seeber Andrews. Mr. Andrews had I "
I than the of one's birth.
Mrs. Ef- j Dr. Barry was in our community day
and 'cared for in the home of
and Mrs. Dan :recently arrived home, from nineteen Ecclesiastes 7:1.Saskatchewan': .
fie Miner. Friends are glad to j Friday on business.
children, Mr. and Mrs. Werner months service with the U. S
Dollnig, and Mrs. J. B. Teston all Army in Okinawa. know she is home again. Also i i Happy birthday to Ann Harvey I '
of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. j friends of R. W. Mosley Jr. will ;on Oct. 21, and to Rosie May Austin -I Plays
Mrs. C. G. Glisson of Starke
and children of Lake 'he glad to know he returned home I| on Oct. 19. !
McQuinn At Park Theatre
spent Monday with her daughter, r F
Butler: Mr and Mrs. J W. Schulz ,from a Jacksonville hospital last I Sick among us this week are I
Mrs. Jimmy Crawford, and family. Saturday. Steve Starling who returned I Giff Norman and Mr. Converse. Sun. Mon. Tues. #

:,_::. ';." '.;:.oo--. ;; ,.. Miss Betty Glisson also spent the I home several weeks ago We wish them a speedy recovery.M. I '
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weekend with her sister. .is also improving and hopes to be L. Thompson was in our "Saskatchewan," a stirring and

Mrs Pauline Redgrave and children out again soon. I community Sunday. I spectacular adventure starring Alai I) < .,.
and Mrs. Virginia Jenkins Having seen that bids for paying I Mr. Trout of Westconnet was in Ladd and Shelly Winters, plays ..

i und children of Jacksonville were the streets of Lawtey have 'our community on business Sunday i Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at I
ANYBOD Sunday guests of their parents. Mr. been opened, residents are now :( the Park Theatre. The film was I Flair-Fashioned. t Coming November 17

:and Mrs. O. J. Anders. I looking forward for this Mr. and Mrs James Harvey and i I taken in the Canadian Rockies .. -
anxiously -- ----- --- -
Miss Hazel Crawford of Jacksonville started. !
to really get
spent the weekend with I
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Mrs. Milo Smith entertained on
That Crawford. Tuesday night of last week witha I

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Geogahan and stork shower honoring Mrs Buster -

\ Trades In Starke ban daughter famly.Sunday, Charlotte guests ,of of the Bostwickwere Ed Dur- The Bennett.V.W. M.. M.U.1.;.Ladies Met of the is r Halloween 'callefs- '.

Church (Lawtey
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright First Baptist --'-
I Mr. and
H. B.
and children, Clyde and Patsy, met in the home of Mrs. The

rAN WIN I spent Friday and Saturday in Bar- Arwood last Tuesday interesting.night. At a.
was very
tow: with Mrs. Wainwright's parents program Mrs. Ar-
I IA Mr and Mrs. Jesse Starling.Mrs. the close of the program delicious refresh-
E. M. Futch and son, Lloyd, wood
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. ments.

Beulah Revels and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Smith in Palatka. High And Mighty'Plays ,

Mr and Mrs. Dan Wainwright WeekAt ro
6U1NEMMON and children and Mr. and Mrs. Doc

t Wainwright and children, all of Florida Theatre"The 3

Jacksonville, were guests of the
\ T L. Wainwrights during the High and the Mighty," a I

weekend. dramatic: story that takes place I

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and within a period of 12 hours, plays I

daughter, Nina, of Okeechobee at the Florida Theatre Sunday.

spent the weekend with relativesin Monday and Tuesday.
Lawtey. John'Wayne heads a starstudded -

: Miss Betty Durban of Jacksonville cast that includes Clair Trevor. I

V spent the weekend with her Lorraine Day, Robert Stack, Jan I y
parents. Sterling, Phil Harris, Robert Newton ,J

( }fro and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and and David Brian.

children, accompanied by his moth- The story is about the crew and

('r, Mrs. G. P. Green. Mr. and Mrs. passengers: of a plane that leaves
1 James Milton of Macclenny and Honolulu for the mainland. Half- htI

Miss Sue Witcher of Heilbronn, way through: the flight an emergency I -
See Lovetts Ad enjoyed a Sunday outing at the happens: which unmasks the I rig

cottage of Mrs. Green on Lake emotions and true characters of II I I \0.

its passengers.The .
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S _____ _S S Sms rS S _r r- SS_ S-__ 1 Shirley Jean Cottle \Little \Vomen Elect !Markley Ann Johns I First BaptistVMU !Marilyn Chambers I'Two Delegates Named

Will Soon Be Bride I Officers, Seek New .Honored With Party I Youth Committee Met j\Veds J. M. Hamm Jr. '\Voman's Club

Leonard Moore Members By Nov. 9 I Monday Afternoon : District MeetingMrs.
!Of Markley Ann Johns daughterof Miss Marilyn Chambers, daughter -
Acting Governor and Mrs. I i! of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambersof
The Little Women's Club The People's Committee Duncan. and Mrs A
of Young K. G-
Johns, the honored :
Charley E. was \ I Lake City, and J.l1. Hamm
tarke elected officers :of the First Baptist WMS held its1 and alternate
I at their from Z. Adkins. delegate
Saturday Jr..
guest | of Lake -City and San Francisco !
'irst business meeting [quarterly meeting Monday afternoon of the Starke Wore'art'sClub
Tuesday delegate
when her'Iparents
twelve o'clock
ten Calif. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. \
night Joyce Scholl was elected in celebration I at 3:30 o'clock in the church ]! and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president -
entertained ,
"t=- M. Hamm of Nay lor, Ga.. were ,
I with the director, :Mrs. J. E. Hil- will attend the district meeting -
Gladys Mooty president; Clair Jean Mundy, vice- i of her twelfth birthday anniver- '[united in marriage Saturday night'
-president; Joan Shcoll, recording debran, presiding. which will be held at I onte
Phone 35 Isary. j at eight o'clock in Lake City. j
secretary; Margaret Rose Duncan, floor of the Johns The meeting was opened with :Vedra on Friday 1'05.. \
rS-S I The lower Mrs.
___ssts rS Sir rs srsSSS 5Srr rSS S SS.t ssssa4SS r rsSSS I I Chambers made her home
(corresponding secretary; Martha Church and South Street prayer by Mrs. Lex Green, WMU:: I Mrs. Kincaid has stated that she
\ home on here for two or more years and
Miss Catherine Colson Honored At Lovely 'Van Landingham. treasurer: Gayle was decorated in the Hallowe'en president. I attended Bradford County High[would like a large group to attend

Hall FridayOne I Rowe historian; Bobbie Bastedo. motif for this lovely affair, black I A definite time and place for the School. While here she made her this meeting and is urging! all. I II

Miscellaneous Shower At Legion I chaplain; and DeWayne Elder and I cats, witches, and pumpkins being I regular quarterly meeting was decided -II home with her cousins. Mr. and I those who can go to contact tt,ei

tables overlaid I -'J tZ.ack Crawford, sweethearts. placed at vantage points throughout upon and a Standard of Excellence Mrs. Steve Simmons. Mrs. Tom Brown of Jacksonville,
of the loveliest parties of The white gift lace cloths were and thosein I i The club is open to girls in the the rooms. and Reviewing Coun-il 1 president of the district, will preside .
Friday with
the Fall season took place I
of the gifts j grades 10 through 12 and girls desiring During the morning games were was set up. Plans for the Community at the meeting.
evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion charge displaying '! United Church Women
write to the and awardedto Missions were presentedby ,
membership can played prizes were
Maurice Edwards Sr.,
Miss Catherine Colson, were Mrs.
Hall whose when marriage to Kenyon Boynton Mrs. Dan Harley, and Mrs. E. A. i# club in care of one of the two Frances Landrum for gettingthe ..Irs. E hb". McKmght. Mrs. Will Meet Friday Charles Hardy_ Jr.
secretaries asking that their names most cotton in a bowl while H. L. Hough ou. ned plan for
of Gainesville will be an eventof Winkler.
;# ... .be. considered. 'being blind 'folded and to Steve"Simmons Stewardship for the young people. United Church Women will meet:'Has Birthday PartyCharles
: honored at a -
Dec. 26, was About seventy-five guests were
shower / r The club plans to fill its present i for pinning the tail on1!.Mis-.on; Study was presented by I Friday, Nov. 2, at 10 a.m. in St.Mark's .
party. to the Jr..
present enjoy party. Hardy eight year
Mrs. S. E.
y- vacancies Nov. the donkey. Sparks. Episcopal Church. Clothing
by and
the Hostesses for this lovely affair ; ',, :" itj old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
The auditorium where ; I Ambassador
large 'I Plans for
.. --- "e// will letters until At the conclusion of the games Royal I for children to five ,
: : : : keep new vacancies up years
entertained was were: Mrs. Lester Kite, Mrs. Wesley p ;') IW' !f' '- Hardy, celebrated his birthday an-
guests were :; : Focus Week, Nov. 7-14, were com-I
", served buffet
I!. occur. The club refreshments were or materials to make them, bed
beautifully decorated in a color Andrews, Mrs. Louise New- It' )>;/' '> r..' "'!1',. ,..... '",, ..::.' hold two pleted. I niversary Saturday by having
scheme of pink and green, artistic bern, Mrs. L. J. Kite, Mrs. Oliver \<; .: :11. i 'f.. ."... ('i.."'.: meetings a month, one businessand style from a beautifully decorated I clothes, and blankets are needed twelve of his neighborhood friends
: r;, 1'f4'U.; -v ; one social. table, overlaid with an orange and Counselors and Young Peopl&schairmen I for destitute people m foreign
floral arrangements being placedat Culvert Mrs. J. Sherwood, Mrs. .' '' -' r -:' I Chas.1 join him for a Hallowe'en part
.' 1I..t"rt : Plans black cloth and centered with a present were: Mrs. lands.
A. Williams, Mrs. Margaret Blank- were discussed on the ,at his home from three until six
vantage points. enship, Mrs. Dan Harley, Mrs. Ed : -'> club's float for the Homecominguarade ,large pumpkin holding favors of I Darby, Mrs. Riley Wasdin, :Mrs. !, I o'clock.
Mrs. Wesley Andrews greetedthe committee horns, Hallowe'en hats, and miniature -Bobbie McRae, Mrs. Vernon Sil- i j
Prevatt, Mrs. Maurice Edwards chairmen were j'Carolyn And Sylvia I ?
guests at the door and presented : witch candles. A large tray cox, and Mrs. Cula Coran. | An orange and blacl color
line which Sr., Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr., Cottle daughter appointed for the formal Christmas I' i scheme carried out in decorating -
them to the receiving Miss Shirley Jean of brick ice cream at one end of Show' Heard Daily was
Mrs. Esther Walker Mrs. Leona Dance on Dec. 18, and the club
was composed of the honoree and I of Mr. and Mrs. David F. Cot- ''the table was balanced by the I for this affair and favors for
Gleaners Class Votes !
Colson, her English Mrs. E. A. Winkler Mrs. will become the decided to make Thanksgiving the afternoon were noise makers.
her mother. Clyde I tie of Starke, birthday cake decorated with | Carolyn Crews and Sylvia Paulk.
two sisters, Mrs. Cecil Douglas and J. B. White, and Mrs. Duggar bride of Leonard Moore, also of: baskets for needy families. twelve orange candles. ,i To Foster ChildThe Mrs. Hardy was assisted in serving -
two talented high school
:Miss Elaine Colson and Mrs. Les- I Jones. Starke, on November 26, at 4 p.m. The next meeting will be heldOn I About twenty young people were young ice cream, birthday cake and
in Nov. 22 with a guest speaker I \students will be heard daily over oldest
take her daughtei.
ter Kite. ,. The wedding will place present to enjoy the party with Gleaners Sunday School candy by
The refreshment table was covered Brownie Troop HasHallowe' St. Mark's Episcopal Church. No I from another Little Women's Club. Markley Ann. Class of the First Baptist Church, Station WDVH at 3:45 p.m. The Charlene.

with an exquisite white invitations are being sent. but all 1 :Mrs.: Johns was assisted in .Mrs. L. A. Canova teacher, met '15 minutes of song and instrumental -

linen and lace cloth and was cen- en PartyThe friends and relatives of the coupleare i!PresbyterianVomen serving and entertaining by her I I Monday night at the home of Mrs. music will be called the"Carolyn
tered with a handsome bouquet of 16 members of the Brownie invited. ;Have Informal SupperAt !sister, Mrs. Josephine David, and I Guy Sale. The president, Mrs. Nat !j and Sylvia Show" Theme Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children
white pom-poms highlighted with i I I her sisterinlawIrs.:: W. J. Dankel, presided and gave the de- I i spent the weekend in Jackson-
Troop enjoyed a Hallowe'en par- ;song will be "Dear Hearts and aunt, Mn
'oiivenbaum votional.I ville with Mrs. Fogg's
pink carnations and greenery. The ty and weiner roast Tuesday aft- Couple HonoredAt :; Regular Meeting t of Orlando. I Gentle .
large punch bowl placed at one ernoon from four until six o'clockat I I I The class voted to foster an underprivileged -I, People. Flo LvonsALVAREZ'

end of the table was balanced at the home of Mrs. J. :Maurice Dinner PartyOn I j The women of the First Presby- AVesleyan Guild Has I child as a special --- .- ,
the other end by a silver tray of Edwards. 34th AnniversaryMr. !terian Church held their regular I project for the year. Each mem-1 '
cakes iced in pink and green. During the afternoon the young I meeting Tuesday in the Sunday ;Tuesday Evening ber gave a psalm and proverb ) llI II I STORE Established 1894 ai''

Pouring punch during the eve- and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez were School building. An informal supper i Devtional Service reading and the business session ) 111,
ning were Mrs. L. J. Kite, Mrs. people enjoyed playing games and the honored guests at a surprise I was enjoyed by members, their, I was closed with prayer by :Mrs.: ,! ,

Louise Newbern. Mrs. Ed Prevatt,, favors of noisemakers were pre-\dinner party Sunday when their\families and guests. t The Wesleyan Service Guild met i Canova. : : -

\sented after the weiner roast. them in Rev. R. Holmes Showalter,,
and Mrs. Margaret Blankenship. i children entertained for |in the Recreation Hall of the A social hour was enjoyed dur- '

I Assisting Mrs. Edwards in entertaining celebration of their thirtyfourthwedding !pastor of the Arlington Presby--I Methodist Church Tuesday evening I ing which :Mrs. Sale and Mrs. '

I anniversary. terian Church of Jacksonville, was 1' Eva I James Lewis, co-hostesses, served I SPECIAL
was the Troop leader,, with the devotional given by
The Office Cat 'Mrs. E. Reiner.CHARLEY I The setting for this lovely affair the guest speaker for the evening.He I Blair, assisted by Helen Harley.The refreshments.

was the private dining room spoke on the need for new meeting was presided over I
I jot Herb Thomas' Restaurant on i churches in the state and on the I
I by Helen Harley, the new presi- YWA Heard Mission |
SAYS : I""Temple Avenue. The main attraction work of the Arlington Church. A ,dent, replacing :Mildred Sapp who 21 INCH USED

on the long dining table was special offering was taken. .recently moved to Ocala. After News At Meeting j

lithe beautifully decorated wedding Rev. William S. McAliley commented i the business was concluded. the
j take. i the book, I The Princess Feigert YWA met j
on sturdy course j meeting was turned over to Martha
I the host and I at the home of Mrs. E. D. Tenly 95
In addition to "Our Cities for Christ" before in- Erwin who had charge of the

[ hostesses Mr. and Mrs. R. L. troducing the speaker. The program program, entitled "Christ, Our i with the vice president, Jo Anna\ TV 99
1 and Lee, After the business -
and Misses
Alvarez, Dorothy was planned by Mrs. Evelynn All," conforming with the Quiet I presiding. I
: -' Sylvia Alvarez, other guests in- Cooper, church extension chair- Day service. She was assisted by I I session. a program on "Headlines

v ited to join the honorees were Mr. Ethel Sewell who used as her topic' in Mission News" was presented.The \
,and Mrs. L. N. Pickering, Mr. and man.Following meeting closed with members
the Mrs.
speaker, "The Powerful Christ, Hazel Cres-
"We'll soon be wrappingand .Mrs. Tom Harding, Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery, vice-president, sler who spoke of "The Transforming 'repeating the Watchword. At the I NEW WARRANTY
mailing that big 75th ,Paul Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. A. close of the program refreshments
conducted a short business meet- Christ, Agnes Johns whose '
Anniversary Issue to the Rev. and Mrs. L. D. were served by Mrs. Tenly. I
L. Alvarez, .
She "The
ing. named Mrs. K. G. Dun- topic was Everpresent \ .
four corners of the Globe. Haines, Miss Dorothy Ross, and I I
can, Mrs. Larry Gibson, and Mrs., j Christ, Melba Partin who talked -
Better get your orders in ''Miss Irma Gainey. \W. S. McAliley on the nomination Ilof i "The Saving Christ," and Helen StarkeVoman's Club I

now for extra copies, to I committee. Officer's training Harley who concluded with "The

avoid disappointment later. I E. JOHNS & SON |\Baptist Beginners I school was set for Nov. 17. Satisfying Christ." Board Meets Thursday I CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

Leave names and addressesat I Circle No. 1 leads Circle No. 2 A social hour followed with refreshments -

our office. We will wrap about this questioni ,Enjoy Party Tuesday with 46 members to 43 in the attendance served by the hostesses The Executive Board of the
Starke Woman's Club will
meet !
and mail the issue to friends I of contest for general Myrtle Anderson and Ruth TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
The Beginners' Department Thursday afternoon at three o'clockat ,
and relatives, all for the I have $2500 invested in my I the First Baptist Church enjoyeda ings. meet-I Johnson. the club house with the president -I

price of a single copy new car, which I can't affordto Hallowe'en party Tuesday after- >* Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, presid- I Starke, Fla.

25c. noon at 2 o'clock in the Recreation -Keystone ChurchWomen !Brooker Club Plans ing.
lose in case of.a total loss

room of the church, where To Observe i Council Meeting I. _. ___ ..__ r- -' Bradford through collision. A small I the Hallowe'en motif was carriedout ""'-- : -.- -
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loss I can risk myself. Is in every detail in decorating. ,Community Day Members of the Brooker Home I

TelegraphPhone there a real reduction in pre- During the afternoon little Peg- Demonstration Club met at the I
gy Sue Yancey and Jane Hardy I The Keystone Heights Communi- Community Center last Wednes-
mium on $100 or $250 deduc- sang and dramatized a Hallowe'ensong. will observe
tv Church Women
29 I day afternoon for a business
i tible collsion insurance? They were accompanied at World Community Day at their ing with President Mrs. T. A.

,, the piano by Mrs. M. H. Sheppard.Mrs. I regular meeting on Nov. 2, at 8 Markey presiding.
O. L. Linsin told the Hallo- I
at the church. Mrs. R. L.
p.m. Plans were discussed for the
we'en story and Mrs. Vernon Sil-'Starnes will conduct the devotions. County Home Demonstraton Coun- IT IS UNLAWFULFor

Charley Johns I cox ghost.portrayed the part of the !and Francis O. Clark will addressthe cil meeting that met with the

group on Korea. Brooker club this Tuesday.A .
At the conclusion of the
DAEIL I The four circles will bring their demonstration was given on
I ice cream, cake and Hallowe'en
FL-: parcels for peace. which are to covering coat hangers with rug
STARKE I I j candy were served the young peo-
& Son AgencyPhone include warm, new clothing for yarn, and club members worked on

|ple. children and remnants fi\-n which their huck toweling' hand bags. Person Persons in
| Hostesses for the afternoon were Any or to Engage
Fri., Sat. Oct. 29, 30 ':Mrs. Sheppard, superintendent of clothing can be made, linens I Refreshments of coffee and
13 Starke, Fla. towels, and bedding for refugees cookies were served by Mrs. Lottie
the five year olds; Mrs. O. L.
DOUBLE FEATURE I and homeless people. Edwards and Mrs. Markey.A .

ALA LAAAAA A A AAAAAAAA All ALtiJQ 1 I!Linsin years olds, superintendent, and their teachers of the; Mrs.A four. I Mrs.: John E. Karges. vice-presi- I new member, Airs. Denver Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

Mr. Muggs jdent and program chairman of j Hodge, was added to the club at
B. Baker, Mrs. Joan Epps, Mrs.
Rides Again IA ti tit the suit.* i Arthur McRae, Mrs. W. J. Stud- ,the Community Church Women I the meeting.
has distributed study books for I
With The East Side Kids still, Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mrs.
E'I.the to chairmen of!, The Name Is Registered
AND ) ,Lawson. Mrs. R. A. Colson, year program Jr. Woman's Club
the circles. The h;oks are to be:
: Mrs. John Deas. i
1 I circulated so that each circle has Will Vote On New I
Border Buckarooswith I I'I'i
.i 1 ,i i an opportunity to study each book. .
Dave O'Brien and Jim Newill I : iStarke Garden Club | They include two mission studies'I Members Monday 0
.. \ '
)'1\1.1 Serial "Badman" Chap. No. 2 ". :f' "'. Viet Monday Night I chosen by the National Council of I The Junior Woman's Club will

and Cartoon for Kids ................ I I Church Women" : "God and Man in ;.meet Monday night Nov. 1, at 8
The regular business meeting of the City and Dr. Peale's "The!:
I in the club building.
r-rl'- p.m. Read This Florida
held Power of Positive Thinking." The Law !
Sun., Mon., and Tues. the Starke Garden club was New members will be voted on

Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2, 'D'I Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in four leaders of the circle programsare at this time, and TB Seals will be
St. Mark's Parish House with the Mrs. H. P. Lowther, Mrs. Sara for

DOUBLE FEATURESaskatchewan I president, Mrs. M. F. Hazen. pre- 'D. McDonald. Mrs. Nettie Young prepared Hostesses for mailing.the evening will "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined htrtia, to

I siding. and Mrs. Wm. S. Durkee. I be Mrs. Doyle Conner, chairman, engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined

I I Miss Clara Leaman gave the devotional :Mrs. A. H. Harley in, Mrs. Hugh without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

IN TECHNICOLOR \ ] Russell Norman for the evening, secretary while, ::\rrs'l Mrs. H. H. Adams Ingram Jr., Mrs. C. L. Currie, and clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

Alan Ladd and SheUy Winter Mrs. Gene Noegel.
i' acted her duties as secretary and:Honored SaturdayMrs. is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af

AND Mrs. E. A. Hall, treasurer, gave fidavit signed by all interested stating under oath the of
Will Meet persons, names
:the financial report. H. H. Adams, chairman of WCTU I I

Blonde For A Day PHOTO GREETINGS Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Civic chairman, :the Thrift Shop Committee, a department -,: In Keystone HeightsThe all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest I.

Hugh Beaumont, Kathryn Adams I II told the group about the shrubs !I!! of the Junior Woman'sClub of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried .
was honored Saturday morning -
that are being planted on the city Laura Scott Union, WCTU, Said registration not be made until the
Diitinctlvt and different, the .I when members of her committee on. may person or persons desiringto
Plus Color Cartoon for Children streets and told of the proposed will meet Friday afternoon, Oct.
n.w, imoIUr Card-tttt gr..N plantings of the city park. surprised her with a .birthday. 29, at 3 o'clock at the home of the engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

Wed., Thur-Nov. 3, 4 Ing card will give a bright, Mrs. R. F. Young, horticulture (cake and l personal gift. president, Mrs. Florence Hippie, their intention to register sa ci'fictitious name at least once a week for four
Members of the committee with I
DOUBLE FEATLRE n.w look to your photo I chairman.next hortilculture announced meeting that will the|I Mrs. Adams are Mrs. T. C. Hazen, i in Park of the Palms, Keystone (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

graphic Christmas cardi.Card be held Nov. 12th at the Woman'sClub iMrs. S. G. Denmark Mrs. J. M. !Heights. where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

ForbiddenWith -.Hi art 4'Ax4&'In' ,Ill.Ord.r House. Roses will be the ,Vickers and the president, Mrs.S. : Those "desiring to attend will accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
E. Simmons.'Methodist. ;gather at the Gospel'Tabernacle at
Tony Curtis and Joanne Dm cards early. subject or this meeting, to which such
your 2:30: where transportation be publication.
the public is cordially invited. '
AND I Mrs. Young was the speaker of Circles ,provided. A report of the State 7
I, BULLNGTONSTUDIO |I i the evening and spoke on bulbs. ''Meet Next Week .heard Convention, and a in good Orlando attendance will be is If in business under .
Avalanche i!! ,Following her talk a question and desired. you are engaged any name I' :

With Bruce Cabot & GIFT SHOP |answer period was held. I'
,I Three circles of the Methodist
At the conclusion of the meeting -

1'lus Color Cartoon for Children !! Starke, Fla. refreshments were served by W. S. C. S. will meet next weekas Shooting MatchSATURDAY. I other than and have had this I
--- I I the three hostesses. Mrs. E. D. follows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. your own not name
-U D. NOV. 6TH
-- Tenly, Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Vinmg will meet Tues-
James day morning at ten o'clock at the 45 HEAD OF TURKEYS
.. I educational building with Mrs. H. W. R. COOK'S FARM !
advertised and will be
,' I. C., Ritch as hostess. Turn left at B T. Thoma-. properly registered, we

MOVINGLOCAL !' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green spent Circle No. 2. Mrs. L. D. Green. Garage.TROUBLE

:Monday in Gainesville on business. ,leader, will meet Monday afternoon I I

at three o'clock with Mrs. : glad to all Information
S Safe I Russell. SHOOTING you necessary as to

OR PHONE I FILL DIRTGOOD ;' Circle No. 3. Mrs. J. W. Andrews I A SPECIALTYJoe
Dependable leader, will meet Monday after Martinez
LONGDISTANCE S Economical 311 RICH noon at three o'clock at the homeof what you should do.

Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. ElectricianDo
S R. B. Alvarez OR
Kind Of
Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J i UDCVilll1eet Electrical Repair

Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. _ \Vednesday Afternoon house Wiring I Etc. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHA

STORAGEPerryman The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the When in Trouble Call Me

I Jackson Transfer Company United Daughters of the Confederacy -i Phone Laura

Phone 165 will meet Wednesday after- : 237-J at Park St.
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florifla ,noon at 3 o'clock at the home of : I l

_, ;..41"r' =-,. .....pm_ __ -S Mrs. O. L Haynes Sr.. r

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-- -- Gibson Saturday'mants by, through under or against 225, Section 1811, said survey line lying each side of and within 20 feet!I I
tssss=s__ss rs rnsss s a rsrssrfl S S S rS Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby were I Jerry spent Bill Jenkins, deceased. being described as follows: Begin- I I of a Lateral Ditch centerline said !, Starke Citizens
visiting Mrs. Pate Gassett and night at the State Farm with Resell \\ illtain a minor. I ning on the North line of Section Icenterline, being; described as follows -!
in St '.Brian Kucera and attended the Lawtey, Florida !ii. Township 5 South, Range 22 East : 'I Eligible For Cash I
Mrs. George Kopelousos Otto Williams, a minor I at a point 701.7 feet Easterly from I Commencing on the East line of I
Vincent's Hospital Sunday.Mrs. Hollowe'en party at the Conunun-I iJiwtey. Florida the Northwest corner of said Section -i Section 21, Township 5 South Range [II Citizens of Starke trading area
Center.Mr. SKLTION ::''':>)-ir5 STA1: HO \1)s I 25. run thence South 24 degrees i J22 East at a point 556.1 feet Northerly I'
I ity -::- :> iiuADKoHii nil''vr\ 21 min.. 29 sec. East a distance of from the Southeast corner of of good character and in need of
Edna Bridges of Palmettowas Mil No. 3 It IK fat of \\ar lU .S9 feet to the South line of ,;said Section 23. run thence North cash are eligible for our Loan I
Kil- and Mrs. Harry :Mooty: spent That part of: I NWI of NW 4 at a point 1291.0 feet i 171 degrees, 39 min., 29 sec. West
:Mrs. Kate
the guest of the (a) SW14 of S'E"x< of Section 29, .Easterly from the Southwest corner 562.68 feet to the Point of Beginning services. Either on a Pay Day
last week. several days last week touring 21 I of the of NW of said :!of Ditch I'
THE NEWS lingsworth several days Township 7 South Range XWi.4 4 Centerline run thence Status of $50.00 for 30 days at
Ward returned West Coast of Florida.Mr. East Section 25, North 19 degrees, 55 min., 31 sec. I I
; Mrs. Chas. i (b) NWi., of SEt of Section 3!. Containing 0,459 acres, more or less. !East 217.0 feet run thence NorthIS $1.75 interest or on the Famous I
Saturday from a vacation with I Township 7 South Range 21 IS: OWNED BY: J. J. Smith and wife '[ degrees, 59 min., 31 sec. East 473 I;I Budget Plan. Contact Marion I
and Mrs. Alf Hazen of Or- East Elizabeth Smith. !feet to the end of said Dilch.I'
relatives in Mariettaand
v I ._rfJ Jf I-6 rrsssss sssrsssstrrsrs .SL 1- friends and lando Saturday of Mr. LESS and EXCEPT South 175 SUBJECT TO: First mortgage held.,'Containing 0.093 acres more or less. )!Finance Co. by phone 5333 Gainesville j
Valdosta, Ga. and Tallahassee.Mr. were guests yards (525 feet) of East 175 by N. L. Knight Starke, .Florida |IS OWNED BY: Albert Smith and 218 !
Mr. ind Mrs. Charles Fields of Friends of George Powell will be and Mrs Vasco Hazen and other j' yards laia feet) thereof, Second mortgage held by Town Finance ;,Eula Belle Smith, and the unknown: or wrie P. O. 3ox 446
I'lying each side of and within 40 Company of Gainesville. Flor heirs devisees grantees lienors W. University Ave., Gainesville,
Jacksonville spent Saturday herewith i interested to know that he is in and Mrs. Jimmie Bunch and relatives. JI J feet of the survey line of State Road ida. !creditors and other claimants by i I

relatives. St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville children, Ann and Jimmie of Will- I I S-J25. Section 2859. said survey line situ \8. 25: Bight of War ,through, under or against Bill Jen- Fla. (Adv.) I0
being described as follows: That part of: Ikins deceased.
where he underwent an operationon iston, S. C. and Mrs. Allen Peck. Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt (a) Beginning on the North line of West one-half (WH) of XW 4 :[TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration ,- -

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch accompanied I his legs and he is getting along Mrs. Bunch's mother who has just left Thursday by plane for Dallas'l Section 32. Township 7 South Range of SB1, of NWV.., Section 25.: I lof Taking has been filed in the -_. __uThJ _,- Ti
Dr. 21 East at a point 1618.2 feetVest- Township 5 South Range 22 .above styled cause. by the petitioner ,
by their daughter Mrs. I nicely. returned from New York were Texas, where Houpt erly from the Northeast corner of East, LESS AND EXCEPT the the acquiring authority of these',

H. M. Richarde of the State Farm Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate Kin- I tend the American College ofj I Ii said Section 32. run thence South .. South 190 feet thereof .proceedings, of the taking of the USE
12 degrees. 45 min., 57 Fee. -West : above described lands, for the -
and Mrs. each side of and within 50 purpose :
Osteopathic .Surgeons lying
left Tuesday for Newton Ga., to Mrs. Olin White' Sr. returned. ingsworth. i 645.77 feet to the beginning of a feet of the survey line of State I set forth in the petition la''I
visit Mrs. C. H. Hall for a few ,Monday from Jackson, Tenn., Houpt will attend the American curve concave to the Northwest having I Road 225, Section 2811 said survey this cause, viz: right of way drain-I
a radius of 1909.86 feet run lage ditches borrow pits, ,
[Osteopathic Hospital Association. line being described as follows: Beginning -
days. where she spent three weeks with Star Brand dress and work thence Southwesterly along said on the South line of NWV* !drains and haul roads for a portion I
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. shoes for men and boys atStump's. Before returning home they will curve through a total central angle of XW i of Section 25 Township 5 of State Roads Nos. 225 and S-225: ;In' Good
of 6 degrees, 41 min. distance of Bradford County. Fla.. and that
visit their son-in-law and daughter a Range 22 East at a point oneof
I South
Boone and
Mrs. H. J. Waters and daughters and Mrs. Floyd family. '
::%.18 feet to the end of said curve, feet Easterly from the South- the Judges of the Circuit Court in
Suzanne and Frances Ford, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strick- run thence South 19 degrees 26 min. west corner of the NW"-i of NW-4 the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
spent: Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and infantson Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent last land and baby in St. Louis, Mo. 57 sec. West 270.52 feet more or less of Section 25, Township 5 South. I Florida will on the 8th day of November -
FE A.D., 1954
to the THREAD of the SANTA South 24 at 10:00 o'clockin
last week in Jacksonville as guestsof David Newnan, returned to ,week in St. Petersburg with her They will be away about a week or RIVER (South line of Uradford degrees Range 22%1 East min.run, 29 thence!'el'. East a distance the forenoon thereof in Circuit Service andProducts

the children's grandparents, their home Thursday from Alachua sister, Mrs. Frances Parker, who ten days. County ,- North line of Alachua of 1444.98 feet to the South 'Court Court Chambers House in Bradford County
County) andb I line of SE> of NWV of said Section at Starke Florida
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford. County Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. has been seriously ill. Friends here ( ) Beginning on the South line 25 at a 4 point 565.2 feet Easterly I consider said Declaration of Taking -
will be interested to learn that she Maiden Form Brassieres, of Section 29, Township 7 South. I from the Southwest corner of i appoint appraisers and make
Range 21 East at a point 1618.2 I such order as the Court deems
Mrs. Bertha Pearce entertainedat E. A. Whitnell and daughter -.is improving. Holeproof nylon hose. Miss feet Westerly from the Southeastcorner Containing the SE of 1.052 NW4 acre of said more Section or less.25. {proper. All parties to the suit and

a family reunion Saturday and Edwina, of Deland were week- Swank and Luxite slips. and of said Section 29, run thence IS OWNED UY: Ollie Mae Williams I all parties Interested may appearand
North 12 45 min., 57 ,[ be
degrees sec. heard at the time and place
Sunday and had as her guests for end guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mer- Mrs. Effie Johns had as Sunday jLuxite panties at Stump's.Mr. East 669.54 feet to the beginningof a minor minor.Doris Oscar Williams Leroy, Williams a minor., a 'designated. THY TilE CLEANEST

dinner Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. rill Struth. guests her nephew and wife, Mr. a curve concave to the Northwest Clemantine Williams. a minor. I! You, and each of you, are hereby SERVICE STATION IN
I and Mrs. Gus Beasley of having a radius of 3437.75 feet run Rosell Williams, a minor. Otto Williams commanded to appear by filing
Saxon of Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. T. and Mrs. H. L. Wilson of Jacksonville thence| Northeasterly along said a minor Edna Belle Williams, :I an answer to the petition hereto- STARKE.
J. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mrs. C. L. Smiley of Los Angeles and her son Freeman and ,Baytown, Texas, will arrive the "curve through a total central angle a minor Rudolph Williams, a minor, !fore filed in this cause in the entitled -

Vinson and twin daughters Judy ,, Calif. spent two weeks ..ere i I friend Mrs. Willie Mae Judge of j Ii I first of the week for a few days of 6SS.O 11 feet degrees to ,the 2S end Olin of a distance said curve of each owning in said an undivided lands (The oneninthinterest State I'day of Court!l November on or before 1954! to the show 29th Courteous.

and Julie. all of Valdosta Ga.; with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Lake Butler. visit with Mrs. O. L. Beasley en- 'run thence North 01 degrees 17 having acquired the one-ninth interest I what right, title, interest or liens Friendly, Prompt ServiceEXPERIENCED
!route to Lake Alfred and other 'min., 57 sec East 1305.26 feet run of Esther Mae Williams). you, or any of you have in and to
Mrs. G. V. Phillips of Lake City; Tompkins, who was a patient in thence North 0 degrees, 01 min., 3t SUBJECT TO: Mortgage held by N. 1 any of the above described lands S
and Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and Doctor's Clinic Hospital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Johnsonof j i points South. sec. East 1.9fet"t: to the North line 'L. Knight. I'and show cause why the same
I '>f SEiJ of Section 29. Township 7 {should not be taken for the uses
daughter, Miss Martha Haynes of Gainesville visited Mrs. W. N. South. Range 21 East at a point SKI) %... 47-It Drainage Illtfh I''and purposes set forth in the petition EXPERT
Winter Haven. Harry Mooty and daughter, Johnson last Saturday. Rev. and I Mrs. John.Love Wilkes is visit- 1291.8 ft-t-t W.'t..rhfrum the Northeast I Literal 1I1t..1I Left of Station 27 filed herein.
her brother-in-law and sister, corner of SE'i ,.f said Section plUM 01.S; (Part) MECHANIC FOR MINOR
ing WITNESS hand and this seal
Jerry, and their guests. :Mrs. Mrs. W. K. Bloma of Memphis 29. That part of: I my
and Think Star:,Walter S. Vanderlip, and daughter. Tenn. were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roan in Jacksonville 'Containing 0.721 acres more or less \ The West 128 feet of the East ''of October said Court A.D., !on!5t.this 27th day of AUTO REPAIRSLet
Stop I IDavo.'n. in She was accompanied to'exclusive of existing road right of 15$ feet of the South 100 feet of
Brand shoes stand mud and spent Monday Daytona Mrs. Johnson last Frid y. :way. I Block 17 East of Railroad Town \ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
I Beach and Tuesday at Silver Jacksonville by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins iJs OWNED BW.: II. Eddand J. of Lawtey. Florida. as recorded Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
water. Select yours at I who spent the day with Mr. and Eddy. in Plat Book I. Page fi. Publicleiords I County, Florida.
Stump's.Mrs. 'I Springs. Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Mrs. R. | !MIIJ \o. 17 Itiitht of \\IIT I of liradfoid County Hollis V. Knight. County Attorney Us Give Your Car

I O. Dansby Mrs. Charles Dansby I Mrs. Roan. I A parcel of land in SWVi of SEU Florida, :Marke, Florida 10 29 41 11/19 ; That Fall CheckUpFIRST
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode i of Section 2<>, Township 7 South. I ....
and Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines at- -
F. F. Stump returned last Range 21 East described hy -p- -- -
I :Mrs.: Don i I
O. Hazen and S
and son, Johnnie. spent the week- Mrs. L. I
Thursday from Monticello where tended the Leadership Course for metes and bounds ax follows. I ;
end in Atlanta, Ga. as guests of Directors and Patray and children are attendingthe Commencing on the South lin. of LINETIRES
she visited her son-in-law and Young People's this after- said Section 29 at a point 161;S.2 feet
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Torode's brother-in-law and Counselors held in Lake City last parade in Gainesville Westerly from the Southeast corner -
sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank noon and tomorrow afternoon, Mr. of said Spi-tmn ? Kilgo. --- '
Thomson, and her infant grandson, Friday. and Mrs. Patray will attend the i 12 drgree>, 45--min.: 57' MM I I
and the other East 410.93 feet, run thence South t
Henry Ivey, grand-
I Mrs. W. H. Struth. Miss Kate Friends of Mrs. George Kope- Florida-Mississippi game. I II I 77 degrees 14 min, 03 s..,'. East 40 tI BATTERIESACCESSORIES
children. I
i Struth .
and Mrs. Merrill Struth 'lousos will regret to learn that she I of the parcel of land hereinafter described I, t

'and daughter Nancy, spent last is confined to St. Vincent's Hospital Misses Marcia Kay Hazen. run thence North 12 degrees, !
: and Janice Dansby ':45 min., 57 sec. East 100 feet run
iToRdia *' Wednesday in Jacksonville as in Jacksonville where she had Pauline Gay. !'thence South 77 degrees, 14 min., 03 I
5'Mtit'Jt guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.I! students of Jones Business Collegein sec. East 20 feet run thence South
J .., I Struth. an eye: operation. Jacksonville spent the weekend !12 degrees, 45 min., 57 sec.Vest II
... I ,,100 feet run thence North 77 degrees. -I Machine
) Mrs. S. R. Johns flew to Little here with their respective parents, ,' 14 min., 03 sec. West 20 feetto Sewing Operators

I Poll Parrot & Star Brand i Switzerland N. C. the first of the Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen, :Mr.: !'Containing the Point 0.046 of Beginning acres more, or less.

shoes for boys and girls at week to drive her aunt, Mrs. C. F. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mr. and I IS OWNED BY: W. H. Eddy and J.
I Stump's. Sayles, home. Mrs. Sayles spent Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mrs. I:W. Eddy.SUCTION. I Experienced & Unexperienced

the summer at her home in the :.NO. ass HIIIDFOHI) COINTY
1 Paul Knight who has been on mountains. :: J. M. Minton and dau<*h- i Mill '0. 17 H IK lit of Way AGES 18 THRU 35

J vacation in Florida where he visited ter Mrs. Jim Lovell of Plant City I.'That part of: i

The Office Cat his mother. Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Darby and and Mrs. Q. M. Green and daughter -'I A follows parcel: of land described as
and Edwin Porter of i Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
brother. Hollis V. Knight, returned daughters, Lee and Phyllis, spent Mrs. J. Commence on the West side of
I to New York Wednesday afternoon in Gainesville Tampa were weekend guests of Kingsley Lake Road wlrere the Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Sunday South line I
SAYS : of Lot or Rlock 35 crosses -
by plane. He spent part of his I visiting Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. Minton and Mrs. Green's sister and run West 200 feet thence run
{time here in Starke and spent one Mrs. George Hinson, and Mrs. ,North 200 feet thence run East to APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
infant in Alachua Hospital -
i iI son, the West side of said Kingsley Lake
week in Miami and Key West. Willie Mae Denton.Mr. Road thence South 10th & CHURCH STREETS FAULKNER'SService
R)'.. and :Mrs.: C. W. Chalker.Mr. along the Westside
I of said Kingsley Lake Road
fRf 5S 200 feet being in Section 25, Township
I. noi Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Miami and and Mrs. Donald McRae and : 5 South. Ian22 -
0<. A and :Mrs.: L. D. Vining spent East according BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. Station
'tJIC !Little Switzerland, N. C., is spending the weekend in Stockton. Ga. visiting -i children spent the weekend in recorded to East side in Plat l.awtey Hook Subdivisionas. I. Page I

i several days here this week Mr. Vining's brotherinlawand Sanford with Mrs. McRae's broth- G, PublicUncords of Dradfurd
with her brother-in-law i County, Florida I Starke Fla. Phone 245 Temple Ave
and sister sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. er-in-law and sister, Lt. Commander ,- -
Ififlg West
Judge and Mrs. E. K. McCort and of and within 50 fe..tlof I- .-- -- flI iiiji: ,--
Perryman.Mr ,Timmerman. I and Mrs. John the survey line of State Road .-- $ -

family. ,Ip--
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and :Mrs. A. G. Louden, Jr. 8aron Plavtex and Cos- I

"Usually we feed the old :land daughters Patricia and Har- sard Girdles at Stump's.Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Nollman returnedlast
I riett, who have been living on Wednesday from Highlandsand

press once a week but here I Lake Bedford. have returned to K. G. Duncan. Mrs. A. Z. Ashville N. C. where she I

lately we've been feedingit I j Starke and are making their home Ad kins. Mrs. E. L. Matthews and and Mr. Nollman have spent the A COUNTYWIDE

almost every day, getting I| in one of Mrs. Carrie Hitch's Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville attended past several months. Mr. Nollman

ready for the big 75th Anniversary I apartments. the Alpha Delta Pi open will remain for a while longer.

Issue due on November I house in Gainesville Sunday after- !

12. It's been a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers noon. Mrs. Duncan is a memberof Friends of Rev. Robert Sommer

a tough job but we've enjoyed I and daughter, Sandi of Jacksonville the ADPi sorority. They were will te: glad to know that he is!

every minute of it and we and Butch Smith a student at accompanied to Gainesville by improving after being confined to No Fence Law Means
G. M. C. Milled
evil1e. Ga., spent
believe you'll enjoy every I the weekend here wth Mrs. Jane Guy. who spent the weekend his home because of illness.
minute of reading those 50 here with her grandmother Mrs.
i! and Butch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adkins
or more pages packed with !I Junius Smith. I II I Holeproof world famous i

articles and pictures of j jI jI I Ii I 'Stretch Socks for men at I

Starke from and the Bradford earliest County days. I ALL TYPES OF i I Oviedo Mr. and were Mrs.weekend L. E.guests Jordan of :Mr.: of Stump's. i THE STOCK OWNER MUST KEEP HIS STOCK UNDER FENCE

and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. On Thursday -
We're printing 4.000 copies PEST CONTROL I Mrs. M. W. Lance spent several ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Griffin had asI I
last days in Waycross, Ga., last week II
but they won't long I their guest their daughter Mrs. C. II I
I where she was called because of I
So better get your ordersin : TERMITESHousehold C. Mendoza. of Jacksonville. '
I the serious injury her granddaughter -

early. to avoid disappointment. :I Commercial I( :Mrs. Estelle Davis and Mrs. Rita Carswell, received when 1 With Such A Law In Effect It Will Not Be Necessary For You

GROVE SPRAYINGCall I she was thrown from a horse. I
I May Prichard of Lake City were

Bradford County for estimate dinner guests Saturday evening of ,iknow Friends she of is improving.Rita will be glad to To Fence Your Property Against Other People's Stock.

Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Perkins. I
Florida Pest Control I t

TelegraphPhone & Chemical Co. I Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr., Mrs. Our customers say that
Hose best. Se-
2220 N.AV. 6th St. Ph. 6035 0. L. Haynes, Jr., and Mrs. C. A. Holeproof are

29 Gainesville Fla. 'Darby visited Mrs. J. R Wainwright lect yours at Stump's.Mr. THE PRESENT STATE LAW APPLIES ONLY

i, and infant son in Alachua .
and Mrs. 1... Alvarez and :'
-- -- County Hospital in Gainesville TO KEEPING STOCK OFF OUR HIGHWAYS -YfJ.t!

-a----,_ --_ _- _, -- -_ n_ ._,-- "u u__ <, Tuesday afternoon.Mr. children, Gail and Barbara Ann, of
( Ft. Myers, Miss Linda Shiner of

and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Florida Southern College at Lake- A Countywide Fence Law Would Give Your Property The Same Protection
land, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shinei
spent the weekend in Waycross,
of Waycross Ga., Mr. and Mrs. j ji I That Is Given Our Highways
Ga.. visiting :Mrs. Sidney Walker.
i Heff Leslie, Jr. of Jacksonville will
They were home by'
I be guests this weekend of Mr. and j I t
'Mrs. Walker who will visit here
Dedicated To Service
Community -
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mr. and
"U vW Are Better IbM En," i for a while. Mrs. Paul Raymond. I

If you.find your name concealed: In the Florida Theatre Ad i' Mrs. Elsie Hall and Captain and i' II Thr Circuit C vurt Of The Klghth IF YOU, WANT TH IS PROTECTION
Judicial Circuit Of Florid IB And
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Mrs. I... H. Jordan and children For Bradford COB>> .'".

Sun., Mon. and Tues. and and Mr.children.and Mrs.all of Fleet Gainesville Collins, I BRADFORD COUNTY Law No. 8023 VOTE FOR ( X ) COUNTYWIDE NO FENCE LAW

Oct. 30 ONLY a political subdivision of the ,
Oct. 31 Nov. 1 and 2 i were guests Sunday afternoon of1 I State of Florida, i

DOUBLE FEATURE |Mrs. George Hinson and Mrs. VS. Petitioner I II

HIGH ANDMIGHTY i Willie Mae Denton. W. II. EDDY. vl al. f.

I t OF BILK MM8tlrr
- \ Of Kmlnrnt UomaU Prorrrix *-
:,, Mrs. S. G. Denmaik and children -
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and :Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Tim NAME AND BY THE AU-

I UIIUNO-HHM f I IRHIAI' Plus "Valley of The Sun" Cartoon I children are attending the paradein THOHITY FLORIDA' OF' THE STATE OF ADVISORY BALLOT

: and Latest World News I IAdm II Gainesville this afternoon.Rev. '! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COSI ,
I I CERN I AND to all persons and
am... : i i {t parties having or claiming any I Nov. 2 1954 .
and Mrs. L. D. Haines andlaughter right, title, interest estae.
Adults 75c Children 25c; [gage or other lien to or on
Helen and son. Tommy, mort-I
I certain pan-els of land "
W. J. STUDSTILL j'and Pamela Fay Lawson attendedthe Bradford County. Florida and

Homecoming festivities, including inafter described and the following f
I rersons together with all unknown'
I the football game. at Stet- or under
I persons claiming 11)through -
Thurs. Nov 3 4
son in Deland last Saturday. known persons who are dead or
I who are not known to be dead t>r INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: Place an X after your choice
.Dlrmr_ i alive: I

-It nClillCOLOI I II SARACEN Mr. and :Mrs. Charles E. Hardy Defendants W. H. Eddy: i ,
I spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Route 1, Box 52A. j I
BLADE i Daytona Beach attending the Gainesville, FloridaJ. I, For County-wide Xo Fence Law I X f'
I W. Eddy, whose resideiue and ad-I
AND Dodge-Plymouth showing. dress is unknown
I Plus ull't".1 J. J. Smith whose residence and address \
"Dance. Dance n is unknown.EIiza.bth Against .County-wid Xo Fence Law I

FALSTAFTS Short and "Snow !Speediter. Cartoon Would you like a Diamond Ring Smith whose, residence
I plus Latest Xeus. valued at $100.00 absolutely free and address is unknown
N. L. Knight.
: for full details see Lovett's full Starke. Florida ,
COMING--- page ad next \\eek. Town Finance Company.Gainesville I
FUR COAT Florida I

Sun., Mon., and Tues. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffin Lawtey.Oscar LeRoy Florida Williams. a minor. I

SCOTLAND YARD I of Ochlocknee Ga., will spend this Lawtey. Florida

I NOVEMBER 7. S. 9 ; weekend here with Mrs. Griffin's Doris Williams a minor I
Plus "lIoD \\000 Stunt Man" Cartoon Lawtey, Florida
) -
, parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. l'1f'mantine"iJliams., a minor I & CATTLEMEN'S COMMITTEE

and Chapter No. 2 Serial. iI i 'GONE WITH' THE ; Edna Lawtey Belle Florida Williams, a minor, I

I Mrs. G. S. Newcomb spent last Lawtey, Florida ,
Rudolph Williams a minor
T FRANK LANDRUM ; I Wednesday and Thursday in Lawtey. Florida I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAt
Augusta Ga.. visiting her son and Albert Smith. I ,
% I.awteFlorida I
: daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Eula Belle Smith i iLawte

Bert Newcomb, and baby. -. Florida
-,.. :- r.tO- .- ,,-'t. -: ., I The unknown hnrs, dev;"rt-s. grantor I
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: -- YIND'I j -. !11"nVf (.rtti.turs and uiher: clai I

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: 'TTTTVVTTVfTTfVTTTTVVTTTTTTTTVTTfTTfVTfTyVTVTTTl Li I it everywhere wen w ;our sit around and a comfort in chilly"
I they are hiding in the fencerows, I II residence and address is' 43 West
E EDIARYE place, and it''is a lot better than weather. i 117th Street Xea- York, X. Y
telling their chicks that there'll blots Tou
:;: FARMER'S dog fennel, coffee weeds, and a lot | I : are required to appear on
: of berries to eat later on November 15. 1''54. in the abe
di of other "no good" weeds. j While milking the other morning on. Hope i.amed Court and ctni.-e u herei
hey are right. plaintiff --efks divorce.
a young rat darted out of the i Bradford County
Telegrapn shall
Fireplace days are here again, ,shed, and now we know if we see publish this Order in next four
and we always get a kick out of
|lone in the daytime that there are In The rirruH Court 01 Witness hand
my ana "fi'c.al;
f I the way "lighter" wood burns. We ':lots more around. We've been lunnlr, Florida, In (" na"rord'i I seal at Stark., Florida tlrs, \I\t. S.
C The author will be glad to \\ ..itin.w U tL nn Mi Coy. 19S4.
receive Plaintiff. i I
Items of Interest 'I scant around in our woods and feeding i our cat, and it looks like % r.tlKiint! Hartley McCoy De- ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
concerning gather enough at one time to last she's lazy now. n.l.ii.t! Case No.'l le.t As Clerk of said Court
t the activities of ferment in : i for starting fires for quite a while. .* Order Of 1>lIblC'atio.Dd/ :*tire By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Zach If .
Bradford County. Suggestions Tupp..r; Stale Of Florida T. DouRlas 503 L\ nl'h .V.u.liiiiig. -
,u may E Emailed I JA fire place is a cheerful spot to Don't see many quail now. Bet .. : Jacksonville. Florida.4ttvs .
;" ILlrtlf'I'o
be left at the \ \\ho"
By Ceo. T. Hugging Telegraph office or I f..r Pit 10 15 it 11 -v

C.unty Agent i to Sara MfCarvrv. Lawty =!

ti Agricultural Extension Serrfc By Sam McGarvey = r

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Protein Supplement For Cattle The bed was practically sterilized

Dr. T J. Cunha head of the Experiment -i To use MC-2, the bed must be Patiently, day after day, we are we have a pretty good crop of \

Station animal husbandry: made air-tight. 'setting out more berry plants, green tomatoes, and Alice is goingto '"
department reminds us that pro- MC-2 can be used any time from taking up "mother" plants, clean- make Sewell's pickles out of '',

tein supplement doesn't cost it now until a few days before plant- ing them carefully, and putting some and make green tomato jam,
time. With cooperative pur- too.
pays. them in the beds. It is slow work,
Protein supplement will mean chase of a plastic cover the cost .
greater returns in an increased per per bed is very reasonable. Other and it seems as if we'll never get' Had a nice visit with Mr. and

rent calf crop and much heavier ways can be devised if a plastic done but now we have about 8,000 Mrs. Prescott, who live on Road ,

calves at weaning because the cloth is not available. Come in plants out, ana It doesn't seem so 100, just west of Starke. He show-

cow produced more milk. and let's talk more about it. Sev- hopeless. The 90's we set out first ed us the wonderful job they have

Without an adequate intake of eral who used MC-2 last year are are growing and have a pretty done of using odd bits of lumberin

protein, cattle will grow very poorly already making plans' to repeat. good color, but we think the Mis- re-building their home and :Mrs.

The first MUST on your list Plant Some Soviet I't'as sionaries will catch up and pass Prescott gave Alice a lot of plants,

of winter feeds should be a source Sweet peas have a distinctive them. It should be a good year for including false poinsettias elephantears

of protein. Your Carbohydratefeeds place in the program of winter selling berries, for it is estimatedthat alphea and others.

rate second. It may be mo- flowers. They need and respondwell about only one half a crop will .

lasses, corn, oats or grass hay to more extensive preparationthan be planted in the County, and we Still haven't got the rase of I

but you are getting a low return most flowers. Experience has hope to do \\"ellith them. screw-worm cleared up in Rusty's I <
from your feed if protein is lacking shown that it is worth while to ear. This is the first time we've

Cattle will actually lose make a trench a foot deep and Every once in a while we come had trouble ]in curing a case of it, :

weight during the winter whene equally wide and to fill this with across a "briar budded" plant, and and we've had lots of them in hogs,

only fed all the low protein grass :a mixture of top soil, and dried when we do we hit it a wallop with cows, and even the dog. Of course,

hay they ian eat. manure compost or peat. Compo the flat side of a hoe, and then in this case we've had difficulty because -

Amount of protein supplementwill or manure will supply nu- :watch it later grow a normal the calf is running in a 10-

depend on several factors. It trient elements. If peat is used it I crown and plant. When we first acre field, and it isn't easy to catch

will vary from one-half to three will be well to apply a cup full started growing berries, we saw her. I

pounds of supplement containing of a complete garden fertilizer no differences in the plants, but .

40 per cent protein. Factors to consider (such as 4-7-5 for each 10 feet of after looking at thousands of them, Between that and the trouble of I

are condition and average I trench. Most Florida soils are sour day by day, the "signs" are thereif I healing up the tip of Joy's tail, I..I

size of animals, kind and amountof and sweet peas do better in a you can read them. I we're busy doctoring most of the 8FER
feed being used and stage of sweeter soil so it might be well to time. Joy lost the bush of her I JsWl&

growth pregnancy and lactation. 3 to 4 There is barely enough moisture .
sprinkle about 2 ounces or j tail and when she bangs the +i ;' .t ,7
Protein is an expensive feed. : in the beds now for setting, ;
tablespoons of dolomite over the stump of it against herself, the : ,' \
You must study your situation and we are wetting the roots before V V .
surface of the trench for each 10 so wound breaks out again. We're ;
cattle to determine the them out. Just to
your feet. setting goes to
going try to keep Joy sprayed i
amount need to feed. show how will differ .w
you one year ,
Sweet peas need a support for often, so that she won't have to
Board Rats Free? from another. Last at thisi
the vines, and as the vines should year keep using her tail so much
Cool weather is here. Rats are i I time there was too much moisture jV"M
grow vigorously and become heavy against flies.
looking for a free home for the a study support is needed. One of II the beds were all but washed \ <<

winter. Of course when you take the best is 4-foot chicken wire away and the plants we set out The hairy indigo in left field, .,, t I 1s /
them in consent to feed them. suffered from too much moisture. Y V fI
fastened to stout posts and with which volunteered, is seeding out :
What are you going to feed them? We're wondering if we're headinginto -
the lower edge of the wire about and it looks as if we have really .
They like about :any fool you eat, another dry season.
6 inches above the ground. started
something growing here
corn in the crib chicken feed anda t
The seed can be planted in twotows which will help build the soil allover ti)'i ,
variety of sack feeda. They also The cool nights are slowing l
four inches apart, with the the farm. We see patches of
after eat- STEWART, JORDAN & CO.
like WARFARIN. nut down the insects, anyway. We see
supporting wire in the middle, and
feed containing Warfarin for big-footed
ing redheaded caterpillars
the seeds staggered from one row
5 to 7 days, their eating days are plant bugs, striped beetles, and
to the other. Feed sweet peas as :
We you to call us at aroundthe (
over. urge you think necessary to keep them lots more, crawling slowly i
233 or come into our office and inquire growing. berry beds, as if they were

about Warfarin rat bait. shivering from the cold. Cold weather -
iaskins Greens Good (I
Rats don't at eating all they off
does some good ty killing
My wife doesn't mind me leaving
can, they spread disease and con- I .
home a little early when I bring the "bugs"
taminate other feeds. Low and behold !
home proof that I left for a good .
Winter Grazing In Pwan Orchards reason The reason last week was I.I We gathered our first bite of

A cover crop that will furnish to treat some mighty fine broccoli this week, and it is really
some winter feed might also help young I. is of favorite -
delicious. This one our
for Wade Gaskins.
pigs A trip to 111 1
make the pecan crop better next like the idea of 9
crops, we
any of the Gaskins boys is always -I
year. Oats or legume or a mixture a but this time it I"the more you cut it, the more
that you can graze during the was topped off perfectly when i!it grows." We should have fresh 55 5
winter and disc under in the late 'broccoli right through the et
Wade gave me a goojl mess ofI The motoiwic evro for

spring has program.proven to be a satisfactory -I cut broad early leaf that mustard morning.that We enjoyed he had I'I II winter until late. .spring.. ,

Tobacco Plant Bed Time I and appreciate that kindness.I I I The tomatoes are growing slowly -
About 15 plant beds were treated and not ripening at all, it
last year to kill weeds. With the GOT EVERYTHING? Give her'',seems. Some of them have turned

use of a gas known as Methyl an Esterbrook pastel purse pen. !white, but where they would have

Bromide or MC-2, weed, insects Only $2.37 at Bradford County ripened in a few days in the sum-
and disease organisms were killed. Telegraph. mertime, they don't now. However, Chevrolet and General Motors took whole new look at the

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I J. V. Johnson vey line being described as follows: of said survey line. I NWI,4 of NWL4 of Section 12, : feet of a Lateral Ditch Centerlinesaid WITNESS my hand and seal of I I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
Route 1, Box 64-A, Beginning the East line of aid Containing 0.151 acres more or less, I Township 8 South, Range 22 Ditch Centerline being de- said Court on this 20th day of County Florida.
.Starke, Florida Section 12 at a point 104!.% feet ALSO, i. East, ,scribed as follows: October A.D. 1J54. Hollis V. Knight, County Attoratr,
I!Martha Johnson. Southerly from the ortheast cornerof That part of: [lying each side of and within 40 j{Commencing on the West line of CHARLES A. DARBY, I Starke, Florida. 1Ott 11/11
Keystone Heights Route 1. Box C4-A. said Section 12. run thence South Beginning at the NE corner of feet of the survey line of State said Section 31 at a point 1337.19
Starke, Florida 89 degrees. 14 mm. 13 sec. West N\V .. of NE1 of Section 12 Road S-1S Section 2663, said survey feet Southerly from the Northwest
Edward: Westland.Residence 64S.S2:! feet to the beginning of a I Township 8 South Range :22! line being scribed as follows: corner of said Section 31, run
by Mrs. Sara McDonald and address unknown t-urvt ('oncato the Northeast East and run East 1312 feet Commencing on the West line of thence North 86 degrees .43 mm..
Container Corporation of America having a radius of 190.99 feet run thence South 165 feet thence Section 12: Township 8 South Range 00 sec East 259.57 feet to the ,
a rorporation, thence Southwesterly. West and I 22 East 1529.37 fp'touth1'rly I-OIXT OF BEGINNING of DITCH
LAAAA AAAAAAAA&LA&AAAALA West 1312:! feet, thence 363 feet at a point
Feinandma Beach, Florida Northwesterly along said cun'ellirough thence West 1040 feet from the Northwest cor- (CENTERLINE run thence North I
f4 a total central angle of of thence 03 degrees. 17 min., 00 sec. West 32 SQUAREDANCING
The eystone Heights Woman'sClub thence South 176 feet thence ner said Section 12, run
!Itl'TIO11.11::; STTK HO UiNO. 90 degrees 19 nun., a distance of South 156 North 32 degrees 09 min.. 18 sec. feet run thence North 33 degrees. I
280! thence '
West : feet
will hold their regular meet- S-1K) BKtDKOIU) tOf.NTV 301.06 feet to the end of said curve feet thence West 858 feet to Eat 75.95 feet to the I'OIXT OF 20 mm., 00 sec. West :263 feet to the

lug on "Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 1 p. m. !j Mil) 'o. 2 Kiftht Of Way run theme North 0 degrees 26 min., State Road No. 100 right of way.thence BEGINNING of survey line of said end of Ditch Centerline
That part of: 17 see. West 809.82: feet to the end the State State Road S-18 run thence North Containing 0.119 acres more or less.
North along
This will be a covered dish luncheon -! S% of SE>4 of Section 1. Township of said survty line containing I 1!. Road right of way 360 feet 88 degrees, 16 mm.. 18 sec. Eastli..16 exclu&i\e of existing road right of

and there will be a panel! I South Range 22!: East 2.708 acres more or less. thence East 2178 feet to point : feet to a point on the centerline way. I
EXCEPT IS OWNED BY: Fred Mason and I of present State Road 100 I IS OWNED BY-: Container Corpora-i
discussion on "How Good Is Your (1) Commence at a permanent reference wife 'lara n. Mason. lying each beginning side of and within 40 {Containing 3.201 acres more or less.exclusive '.tion of America, a corporation. ,
mounment located at the SUIMECT TO TAKE NOTICE That a Oeclara- ,
Mortgage to Florida !
j line of State of road right of way forpropost'd
CIitb" jMr SW corner of SE 4 of Section 1. Bank at Starke a Florida Banking feet of the survey 2863-175 wiid.survey .1'I State Road 100. I tion of Taking has been filed in l

and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn !, Township t South Range K Kant. Corporation. Road S-1S line being Section described as follows -(lIS OWNE4) liT: J. V. Johnson and the above styled cause by the pe- I i
to Miami over the weekend.Mr. : Bradford County Florida and run Mill '\o. 11 HUM Of Mar .wife Martha Johnson. ,.: titioner. the acquiring authority of ,
went thence East along the Section |That part of a parcel of land described : T these proceedings, of the taking of j I
and Mrs. S. E. McKay have I j line a distance of 2071 feet to a as: Beginning on the West line 01 .NE1: i I. HI) .No. 14 KiicM Of Way the above described lands, for the

for a few days. !, concrete monument, thence run : of Section 12. Township 8 South 'That part of: purpose set forth in the petitionin Every
New Jersey Beginning at the NE !
gone; to corner of 40 ftt NK' of NWi4 of Section 12.
North 13 degrees IS minutes Range 22 East at a point 4 this cause, viz: right of way
Mrs. McKay's sister-in-law. Mrs.I|, East a distance of 110 feet to a XWVi of NEi4 of Section 12. Southerly from the Northwest corner ; Township S South. Range :22:! drainage ditches borrow pits bor-
Smith will return with I point for the POINT OK BEGIN Township East and rf South, Range 22 I of SEli! of said Section I!, run j I EastVest of State Road 3*. row pit drams and haul roads fora
Harold run East 1312:! feet 89 19 nun., { mow State Road 100) FRIDAY i
i NING. From the point of beginning thtnoe South 165 feet thence thence North degrees portion of State Roads No. S-18 AND SATURDAY
them. thus established run thence West 1312: 47 sec. West 1010.S6! feet to the (lying each side of and wIthin 40 and S-J35 in Bradford County
feet thence
Mrs. Forrester of Jacksonvilleand South 85 decrees IS minutes East South thence West 1040 363 feet centcrlme of present State Road feet of the survey line of State Florida and that one of the judgesof ,,,
a distance of 303.1 feet to a point thviu-e feet, 100 at a point on the survey lineof iRoad S-18. Section :2863, said survey the Circuit Court in the Eighth I
Mrs. Bessie Geiger of I thence run North 19 degrees 0 West 280! South 17S feet, thence State Road S-18 designated a<- lime being described as follows: Judicial Circuit of Florida will on
: feet
Cove Springs are visiting their minutes East a distance of 90 feet, thence, thence West South 853 1S6 Station 9 plus 95.42. return thenceto !'Commencing on the West line of !the 1st day of November AD., 1954: I
I feet to a concrete monument, to State Road No. the I'OINT OK PKUINNIN'! Vf {Section 12, Township 8 South. Range at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon NIGHTMUSIC
sister Mrs. G. E. Wiggins.We thence run North 78 degrees. 39 100 right of I said survey line of State Road S- 22 East at a point 1529.37 feet thereof in Circuit Court Chambersin

wish to correct an item in I minutes West a distance of 308.5 Itoad way. right thence of North SKO along feet thence State I 118 and run North 89 degrees, 26 mm.., ![Southerly from the Northwest corner -I Alachua County Court House at
her feet to a point. thence run South East 2178 way I :! sec. East 2043.42 feet to a point of said Section 12, run thence Gainesville, Florida. consider said
It was feet to point of beginning BY i
last week's column. I 13 degrees 50 minutes West a : on said survey line designated as .North 32 degrees, 89 min., 1* sec. Declaration of Taking, appoint appraisers -
cousin, Mrs Leonard Phillips not distance of 110 feet to the pointof lying each side of and Station 40 plus 49.80, continue Ih..ncl'U ,East 75.95: feet to the POIXT OF and make such order as
Leonard Phillips. who I beginning AND of the survey line of within state 40 Road feet North; degrees _6 min.. 1.1 !tee. ,IIIGIXSIXG of survey line of said the Court deems proper. All THE SOUTHLANDERSTHE
her nephew. East 100 feet for of reference -
(2):! Commence at a permanent referanie S-18 Section 2863-175.: said purpose fState Road S-IS run thence North parties to the suit and all partiesInterested
was visiting Mrs. Pat Fraher. Weran't I monument loated at the line being described as follows survey return thence to said l'ointdesignated 'il degrees, 16 min., 18 sec. East may appear and be

explain the error unless it SW corner of SE 4 of Section 1. Beginning on the East line of :ItaidSI'.t 40 49.80 as and survey North line Station 12 degrees -"1743.16 fret to a point on the renterline heard at the time and place desig.!I I
pins run
I of present State Road 100. nated. :
8 %2
Township South. Range East 12
on at a point 1042.2: feet
not hearing 34 rain.. I1:! s.c. East 40.26
was because we were Bradford County Florida and run Southerly from the Northeast corner !Containing 0.716 acres more or less, You. and each of you. are hereby ]
line of said Sec
feet to the North
to some thence Cast. along the Section exclusive of road right of way of commanded to I
so well last week owing of said Section 12. run thence tion 12 at a point 437.98: feet Easterly appear by filing an
line between Setions 1 4nd 12 a South 8s degree14 mm.. 13 .sev. ;present State Road 100. answer to the petition heretofore'
ear trouble. I distance of 2071 feet to a conCrete We448.62 feet to the beginningof from the Northeast corner of lIS OWNED PY: Martha Johnson and filed in this cause in the entitled
Club entertained 12 monument, thence run a.urse concave to the Northeast 1 said Section 12. I. ward West land. Court on or before the 23rd day NEW KINGSLEY BEACHADM.
The Rotary :North 13 degrets 12: minutes I hating a radius of 190.99 feet, Containing :5.683 acres more or less. j !Mtn No. 19 Drainage DItch lot :November A.D., 1954; what right,
Latin American students from theUniversity 'I East a distance of 350 feet run theme Southwestly, West and IS OWNED BY: William L. Reynolds i Lateral Hitch Left Of StationI interest or liens you or any
at the regular Friday thence run North 29 degrees 44 Northwesterly along said curve land wife Rose S. Reynolds I 165 plus 99.73 I of you, have in and to any of the
"t, minutes East a distance of :255.S through a total central angle of !SLTJET TO: Agreement held by {That part of: [above describe lands and show SOC.Announcing
lunch last week. feet thence run North 35 degree* 90 degrees 19 min, a distance of {John. Hammond and. wife Ruth i K4 of XW 4 of Section :1.t ,cause why the same should not betaken

Mrs. L. A. Wynn entertained 0 minutes East a distance of 80 :301.06 feet to the end of said curve, ;I' Hammond. Township: South, Range 21 for the uses and purposesset
Mr. and i i feet to a point for the POINT run thence North 0 degrees 26 min.. I sun .NO. 13 night Of war East. forth in the petition filed here I
at their home on Hampton -I OP BEGINNING: : From the point 47 st-... West 809.82:! feet to the end I That part of. lying each side of and within 15: in. .
with a buf- j of beginning thus established I
Lake last Tuesday '
continue North 35 degrees 0

(M. -ennnpr-....-- honorinff n_ Miss Madalene -1 minutes East a distance of 80 '
; Kennedy and her fiance. Mr.i I feet thence run South 77 degrees .
30 minutes East a distance
Harry Cannon There were 12 ;, of 102.5; feet thence run South ,

present. Miss Kennedy j :11 degrees 0 minutes West a i
guests distant of 90 feet, thence run i I
whose wedding will take place onj I North 75: dl'grpes0: minutes ;

November 23. was presented with West a distance of :3O4.: feet tothe : : : $...
j jit point of beginning k: .
piece of her chosen china. i| lying each side of and within 40

New residents in the city shtould I feet of the survey line of State 'I '
Road S-1R.! Section 2X6H: said survey
see that they registered for the line being desi'rihed as follows)) :
election. The books will Beginning on the South line of said I I );::,
Section I at a point 437.98! feetWesterly
be in Oglesby's Gulf Station onHlgh..ay from the Southeast cornerof I 1

100. This is for city registration said S.,'lilll; 1 I. run thence North
i 12 degrees M minutes l? seconds j
only. The city election East, 58.36 feet run thtnoe North thewith

will be held in December. Those 29 degiees. :'7 mm.. 13 !'t'.. KastJ25S25 '
: : feet run tn i.. e North 33 deiRrtes. I'I'I' .
who ate not already registered in I' :rt: min 4.*. sc-. East :lit.!::

the county can not vote in the ,feet to the KA-\ lin. :>t sniil Section I
I at a point 37.3i: > (ret Southerly .
November election as the books ,from the Norlhrt.t corner of SEHi

will not be open until Jan. 1. i of SE': of said Sei-tun 1, continuetheme 'I .; .' '. ..
for purpose of refere let I.:
!North .'>* degrees. 33: min 4:? :t.ec.| '

:: East 16.72 feet run them North -,-. -' I."" .
1. Tfce Cfrrult fuurt Of The tllthth 117 degre56 mm.. 4" M r. East 200 1hl i'fi'
Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And .I feet containing 1.966 acres, more # .V
t'er Bradford ('uuit. lor le>-sALSO. :
Law No. )* I| A parcel of land described as: ,
ll\l I I>KOHI COl'XTY. FLORIDA. 'ipeginnmg at the intersection of thtI .
.. in.luical sulidmsion) of the I I West right of way line of State
-it.i"f! Florida Road S-1S. Section 2863-175 as described -
Petitioner j jv above and the South lice of
Section 1. Township R South Range 1,
.I I \ liillNSO.V. et al 1, I'22 East run thEnce North 12 degrees I.

Defendants.NOIICI ; 34 n.jii 13:: SCt East 70 feet to the ,
.: 0"' in i.r. MMM.nri
( beginning of a curve concave to the II
i'Northwest having a radius .f 100
1'1:1 It'E" ()IXn-;: [feet run thence Southwesterly along '
; Till: XVMK AND BY TIIK Al"I I;isid curve U4.lt feel to the North I Iline !
TltIIW"Ii" THE STATE OFTi of said Section 1. run them---
,FI.III tl I I fI.\ Easterly along the South line of
> .U.I. WHOM IT MAY COX- said Section I a distance of 50 feet
( Kl\;!: and t" all persons and more or less to the point of be- ,
IMIIII- hit\"lng "r claiming any rinniiiK. < oniaining OliO squart" feet
u):h', title, interest, estate mort- more or les*. I
i.in- <,'. other lien to or on those IS OWNED) BY: John l). Patterson
..ii.i ii' (panelnf land situate in and wife Man,' Patterson and
I I'.i.ulfoH" 1 County Florida and here- ', Singleton :McKaj and wife Hazelc.
'i.ifti' described. and the following :McKay
persontiigethir will all unknown I sriUECT TO Some right title or

IHTSMH. Liming b)'. through or interest in or to the following de- ,,

.mitler., ho known are not persons known who tu are be dead dead findants wife Miriam: Andrew M. Johnson.. Johnson David and B. the 180 HP Strato Streak V- 8 !

in alive. K gley and Marian S. Kegley his .

John 1 I.. Patterson.Keyktone wife. Joseph E. MoseJy, John Ellis ,
Heights Florida Bryant. Sr. and wife Naomi Ruth ,
Marfr Patterson. I Bryant Han PeftPappas, Ruth La-
K. \stone Heights. Florida 'Forge and Arlene W. l. Forge.Marcus .
Miiglrton K. McKay.Keyston E t'ovjngton and'Ife !

> Heights. Florida Martha Hall Covington; the exact I
hazel McKay. nature and extent of the right title ,
Kr)xtnne Heights Florida and interest of them and each of
\ndrpJ.. Johnson them being unknown.
lake City. Florida !
j "Mill 'u. 4 HUM Of \\ D,
Miriam M. Johnson. That part of a* parcel of land described ...... ..
Lake 'ay. Florida "(:f'. .. .. ,.
asComiiieure I ......, ''' -, .
lI&\ .d II Kegley' ,
at a permanent reference -

qH h.'kMl'nnU.Sal atoga., Florida 1>>lvd.. SW corner monument of $E'.I located of Section at the!, .. < !t' r
:Marian S. !
Kpglt'r."U Township S South. Range 22 J'ii" :

Saratoga Blvd.. laist, Bradford County Floridaand ,
.larkKonvillr Florida "
'lo..epli ":. !Moseley' I IItonte run thence East along theSection iz i\
line a distance of :2071
:. liox 1071.Ia.ksnville. ,
Florida feet to a concrete monument
thence run :North 13 degrees lminutes .*>
.iiilin Kills Bryant. Sr.,
East a distance of 110feet
I.M.B.ach: Blvd.,
to a point for the 1'0IN'1'OF
(lackitonville\ Florida
PEGIXXIXC. From the point
:\H..iii I iiuth Bryant
>..M'. I...... h Blvd.. of beginning thus" established run
thence South S. 15; minutes
> degrees ,
l.i onville. Florida
I >.1" I'rte 1'appas, East a distance of 303.1 fedto !!*
"..:j .....rh..s St a point, thence .run North IVdegrees YI

.1... 1",."\ Illt', Jo''jorida 0 minutes East a djv-
lance of 90 feet to a concrete
Kutli: 1-tKorge
I thene North 7s
''.1'! Korl.es Street monument. run
degrees :30 minutes West distance
'' a -
i.i. < nille.. "'Irltl,1.11"
of :05.5! ; feet
\i, I \V. l.;tFi>rKe to a point.
thence South IS ;)11 I>
'. -trf'et' run degrees
"! K.il.es :
I I... I k.P. i I II.l .. Florida minutes West a dIstaiI4't. ..f 110
Mil II' i 10: ('"\'ingtonI feet to the point of beginning
lying Southeast of and 4feet >
I it- I: I CIN.I: Hills Circle.i within <
of the survey line of :' .it.'
.1 i k-oiMile. Florida
M.uMii( Halt Covington Road S-18. Section" :2863.! : said survey 1

'i''' I I': ii\er Hills Circle line being described as:
i I.. k- MMiie., Florida Beginning on the South line "iaid I
\\.1';. Iime Prevatt Section 1 .at a point 437.'> l.-et

4i I II, r-.'hel Street Westerly from the Southeast ..1 i n"rof
I ., ki.Mlle.. ( Florida said Section I. run th"I1'"rlll;; "
10'. .-,1 :'I1."n 12: degrees :34 mill.. 13 si-i' K.i-t: 'X'
I:"uI."t ,. 1 558.16 feet run thmce North _". il.-
ii, K. Florida grees 27 min., 13: sec. East :25S :r,

i 1t' ,( |I'. :Maxoii, feet run thence North :::; dcgrt--. ...... / ...
I ..' '
H"111o- I lu min.. 41 st".. East 301.93 fuel to ''<

:-1"i k- Florida I the East line of said Section 1 at a .. ..
H .M.I.I' !i-ank at Starke, a corpora- !Northeast point 379.66 feet Southerly from ., ..."', ..." I C
1"" corner of SEi of SIof
said Section 1. containing O.Oil; I \ ,
Stai h. Florida : _, ., ,
Will..tin 1. KeniIds acres more or less. ., ,,
h.\-t. n. Heights. IS OWNED BY: Walter Bruce PrevatL -' *
: Florida '
H"S Ket nolds. % -.
i K.\-i: Mill \.. a niul.1 of A\ay .. ,
t "u. I '
ll.-i hts. .. '
< Florida -. ..
I That .
.1 l'tin i I.. Hammond. part of '.'. '," -. .. ,- -.,. ,i.
I K..IM: ,, I.S'.O l 1. \ S 3'4 of NE 4 of NKl of Secj _
,.ikFlorida j tion 12: Township S South. i!) /" A

I Until: V I Hammond Rang 22 East ; ,
(K.HI!, I. !lying each side of and within 40 / '
St.uk. Florida feet of the survey line of State % i

.Road S-IS. Section 2S63-175. said sur- IIHV& P4f < %> I'V

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_,_ -.--,.- __ _ -- -- FRIDAY, O"B 29, 193

feet to the East line of said Section Marie H. Freeman whose residenceand SRD Jfo. 61 Drainage Ditch ginning; -

-I 14 at a point 32.5 feet Northerlyfrom address. is unknown Ditch Left (\Vc trrlr) Station (B) The and SWVi of SWVi end of 2 curve theD North 2 de-it, S min., Z9sec. West 300 feet
green to the
the Southeast of said 303-1-50.4 i sc. West 725
corner of Section 14 mn 3 fet end of said ditch
I Section 14, and J. H. Green, That part of: South Township 7 to the boundary of said I centerline; I
Range Containing
SOIL CONSERVATION | 22 East l ion 33 at a 0.1 acres, more or less. j
(2) Bradford County Florida The NEW of NWVi of Section lying Easterly of and point 26S2 feet Easter- I S OWNED .
within 50 ly from J. H.
the Green i
Beginning on the East line of Sec 26, Township 7 South, Range 22 feet of the survey line of State Road s aid Section Xorthwet corner of widower. a
tion 14, Township 8 South Range G. W. Hall East. 100. Section 2S02 U. I; :

N-E-W-S 2: East at a point 84.83 feet Northerly Palatka Florida |lying within 30 feet each side of being described as said survey line Containing exclusive of 0.>09 are more or less I SRI) >.. 100 Right Of I

from the Southeast corner of a ditch centerline described as follows the folows' existing road right of .
Parrel .
N .
dary of way.
said Section 1 run thence North ,Eva G. Hall | : Commence on the North boundary Township 7 I Part of 3
South, Range IS OWNED Tat :
Bill HaasU BY
By : 20 degrees min.. 56 sec. West Palatka, Florida : of said Section 26 at a point 22 East, at a point 8.3 feet East Lot &se a..d'Kathr'n II S'5 acres in
to the 1792.3; feet East Ensey, his wife.till Southeast Cur-
; beginning of a from the Northwest from the Southwest
ncr of
corner of said of NWi
S. SOIL CONSERVATION curve concave to the Easterly having Kate H. Carter, whose residence corner of said Seton 26, run Section 14, run thence North de II I Township S South., section 13.

,' a radius of 1422.40 feet, run and address in unknown. thence South I mm., 31 35 min., ?1 sec. West 1 24.7 ) .3- Right Of May I Et t'Unge :3
jthtnre Northwesterly North and ,I sec. West feet to the POINT feet to the West boundary of That Fart : IYin oa each
SERVICE Northeasterly along said curve '!The unknown heirs, devisees grantees of BEGINNING of said ditch centerline Section 14 at a point 20.6 said feet The SWV4 of NEVi. South ,feet of centerline side of and within 50
through a total central angle of 25 and other claimants by, throughor ; run thence South 71 degrees North from the Southwest West of U. S. & f. and ,,10 (formerly State State Road
degrees, 37 mm. distance under F. Eugene Heiberger de2 4 min. 29 corner Railway Ki.ad 2S) the
a of 640.42 sec. West 39.2 feet; thereof thence continue North IS of Section 13, Township 8 South same exists (said a
feet to the end of said curve, run ceased. thence South 58 degrees, 04 min., 29 degrees, 35 mm, 31 sec. West 5444.2 Range 22 East unchanged by centerli being
chairman of the' and hence North 4 degrees, 39 mm.. 24 bl ee. West 160.8 feet to the feet lying Section 2s : of said
V. R. Ferguson, treating according to its need end of to the North boundary of Sec, Northwesterly of and within State Road No. I00>.
sec. East 1499.82 feet to the East The unknown heirs, grantees, devisees said ditch centerline 50
; Containing 15 feet of the
Township 7 I IS
Bradford Soil Conservation District for and ton South Range : line of State OWNED K\-
protection improvement. and survey Petition under
line of said Section 1(West line of other claimants by, throughor 0..21 acre. more or less. East, at a point 908 feet East'1 I'Road 100. 2802 deed
announced that the Board of Section 1 Township South. Range under Emma M. Heiberger, Kate Also: DITCH RIGHT (EASTERLY) from the Northwest corner of the I''line being Seton said survey page 21 re'ordr et in Deed HoAfc 4i,
Complete soil and 22 East at a point 270.7 feetSoutherly H. Carter, Marie II. Freeman Julia STATION 356--g.9 of said Section 15 Begin on the dt East a follows: lie l setj of the ciirrer.t'flu-
Supervisors will hold their regular water conservation from the Northeast cor- H. Forsythe also known as Julia i That part of: Containing XE1 0.90 I lion 13. boundary of Sec records of Bradford Coun!

monthly meeting Novembr 4 at farm plans were delivered ner of SE% of said Section 14. con- H. Forsythe Holliday). Corday B. [ The NWVi of NW 4 of Section exclusive of area acre in more existing or road less, 2! Elt at Township a point 8 South Range S Florida Dodd, and has that and hiP defendant K.d

to Lonnie tinue thence North 4 39 Heiberger, and Louise H. Cerni. 23, right of I 15&.91 fee maintains an en
degrees Township 7 way.
Lloyd Greens home. Crawford Howard South, Range % Xorh the croachment to-wit
min., U sec. East 1369.07 the : I : a filling -station
East. BY-: Charles Section
The Program and Work Plan Waits, and Thomas Carey. Xorth line of SWVi of NWVi of Sec- The unknown heirs, devisees, grantees fcnd Fern E. Shelley, his A. Shelley sid 55 degrees. 0 13, thrl run North canopy thereon and clams title to
tion 13. Township 8 South Range 2 and other claimants by through lying within 15 feet each side of a "iff. 584775 : mn., 57 SfC. West j'said parcel 32. and is made a deIftndant -

for 1955 will b discussed and prepare ":alt at a point 137.97 feet Easterly : or under Rune C. Heiberger, de ditch centerline described as follows SRD No. Right Of curve feet beginning of a '! herein in order for petitioner -
A soils ceased. Commence on the North boundary : Mar .Ol'a\'t to the Northeast, having to take such interest
at this meeting. The Supervisors map been from the Northwest corner of That part of: a as the d'-
receive SWVi! of NWVI of said Section of said Section 23 at a point 8J5 of 2864.79 feet; thence ifendant Fred S. Dodd may have
land for T. A. Graves 13, The SEi of SE>4. West of existing Northwesterly
sound i
realize that a whose dairy .Leila Newsom feet East from the Northwest corner 414.73 feet along the 'therein.
Containing less 'I
i 3,715 acres more or State Road
100 of
arc of
policy recognize the need fort located in the Sampson City sec exclusive of Street or Road right 'Route 11, Box 419-B, Inglewood of said Section 23; run thence 15, Township 7 South- 'angle of said curve, through a central >

V'l and tion. of way; ,Ave.., South 18 dfgrel 35 min., 31 sec. Range 22 East ,to the 1 dtgreel. 17 mm. 41 sec. i 1 TAKE NOTICE That: a Declaration
conservation I
East 621.9 boundary of'saId
development ALSO, Jacksonville, Florida to the POINT OFBEGINNING lying West of and within 50 feet of i tion 13 at Sec. I of land and water resources A parcel of land in Southeast I of said ditch center- the survey line of State Road 100. 'from the a pOint 160.42 feet East i above styled canoe hy t'le petition
Ardell corner of SEVi of SE of Sec Barbara Vidak, line; run thence "orth 71 degrees, Section Northwest corner thereof. : 2802
Crosby used the said survey line being acquiring authority of thrcipruceedinfT
to a productive Ditric 14 Township 8 South, I Box 547. Verona, Pennsylvania. 24 min., 29 sec. East 600 feet to the described as follows: II Containing 0.46 acre more or less. i of the taking of the
The District to chop down ton end of said ditch centerline; exclusive of area in existing road I'above described
agriculture. long range choppr wes on 22 East described as follows Begin on the South boundary of right of I land- for the purpose -
in the : Container Corporation of America, Containing 0.38 acres, more or less. way. I| set forth in the
place Section 23
complete soil hi New River Township 7 South, Range IS netilion in
objective, a sec- OWNED
I.S OWNED ItT DY.: Emma M.
i Beginning at the intersection of Fernandma Beach Florida : Container Corpora- 22 East at a point 1792.3 feet East Heiber-j i this cau'e. via: right of way drain
ion. .
and water conservation Lu Starling also used the of America.SHD ger. Margaret H. Brewster, Louise ditches
programon the Easterly projection of the North ton from the Southwest corner of said H. Cerni age borrow put, borrow pit

each acre of land. To achieve we chopper on his farm which line of State Road S-21-A as described R Willis Rivers Section 23: thence run North 18 degrees lia H. Forsythe, Corday B. Heiberger, Ju drama and haul road*. I,T a portion
in (1) above with the South- Box 67. Keystone Heights, Florida No. 3 ntKh( Of Way ,. 31 sec. West 740J (also known AS Ju. of State R4d No 100 :n Bradford
this objective the Board of Supervisors located out in the HeObronn sterly projection of ,the SotiU- .'That part of: feet to : Jn. boundary of said la -M. Forsythe Honiday), Marie H. County, Florida, and that ont of

develops a program and Springs community. westerly right of way ot said Lura Rivers A parcel of land in the NWVi of Section 23 at a point 8.3 feet East J.r.man. Kate H. Carter, and the the Judges of the Circuit Court in

State Road S-21-A a described in Box 67, Keystone Heights Florida S.E. Section 33, Township 6 South from the Northwest corner thereof, ,: heirs, devisees, grantees the Eighth Judicial Circuit of

work plan in which they plan (2) above run thence South 8 degrees Range 22 tst described as follows thence continue North degrees, and othe claimants by through orunder Florida, will on the llth day of

yearly objectives to accomplished. 53 min., 24 sec. West feet Town of Keystone heights : feet west of 35 min., 31 sec. West % .1 feet to l Eugene Heiberger, and the October. AD. I>54. at 9 10 o'clock

b to the beginning of a curve concaveto Keystone Heights Florida Northest corner of said N'W'Vi ofF the West bour.aary of Section 14, i!' unknown heirs, grantees, devisees in the forenoon thereof, in Circuit
The District w request aid the Northwest having a radiusof $ >>i; thence run West 161 feetto Township 7 South. Range 22 East and other claimants by, through or Court Chambers In Ala<*iua County

and assistance from other established TR'AD ZIPPER BINDERS 50 feet, run thence Southeasterly D. O. Stewart the East right of way line of at a point 296 feet North from the under' Emma M. Heiberger, Kate H.arter Court House at Gainesville, Florida,
: along said curve 96.73 feet to the Keystone Heights, Florida existing State ltd d 100; thence Southwest corner of said Section ( Mane H Freeman. Julia IL consider said Declaration of Tak
governmental agencies, Federal rings, $l.zo.. Bradford County T lfrrph Southwe terly right of way line of Southeasterly 368 feet along said 14. thence continue North degrees, Forsythe, also known as Julia H. ing. appoint appraisers and make

State. or local to carry out said State Road 821r thence Camllle P. Stewart East right of way line; thence 35 mm., :il West 1 to Forsythe Holliday, Corday B. Hei such ordtr as the Court deems
South 20 degrees, 51 min., 36 see. Keystone Heights, Florida North 329 feet to the Point of beginning the North boundary Ie( 54ffPt 15, berger and Louise H Cerni and all proper. All parties to the suit and

this program and work plan. East 90 feet more or less to the 'Township 7 South, Range 22 East, unknown heirs, devisees and other all parties Interested may appear
point of Beginning, Lt Ensey lying Easterly of and within 50 'at a point 908 feet East from the claimants by. through or under and be heard at the time and place

Felix and Eldon Sapp whose of way. Containing 0.019 acres more or less New Hampshire Avenue, feet of the survey line of State load .!Northwest corner of the NEV. of Ruric C. Heiberger deceased. designated.
Roanoke 8 '
IS OWNED exclusive or right of way describedabove 100. Section 2302, said survey :said Section Is. -
BY You, and each of
: William ,
located in the Heilbronn Kaufman. you are hertbv -
farms are being described as : less SRD No. 89 -
whose residence and folowl Begin Containing 0.; acre, more or Drainage ta"fl..t commanded to
District's address is: IS OWNED BY: Titus Olson and Kathryn Ensey on the South Section : of in road DITCH LEFT ( appear br firing
the exclusive existing STA-
used 220 2nd area
Street N. W. Canton WESTERLY an answer to the
gain 608 New
seton Ohio. Hampshire Avenue, petition
KCTIO\ wife IK-rtie A. Olson.CBJ0CT 33, Township 6 South, Range 22 I right of way. TION 410
SN4S3.17 filed
Yellow Lupine STATE Roanoke 8, VirginiaJ. in this cause in the entitled
drill t plant RO.\l $ TO Mortgage held by East, at a point 312.7 feet West IS OWNED I\ Barbara Vidak. That part of: co'urt on or before the 12tb

winter grazing. 10. S-21-A- BRADFORD John W. Miller and wife Maude U. V. from the Southeast corner of said The NVj of a tract of land described day of November, 1 >S4. to show
COUNTYSRn Miller and Charles E Miller, a Johnson Section 33; thence run North 25 degrees I SRI No. 27 Right Of Mar follows: '"The NWVi what
a title
right, interest, liena
? o. e-U Hl&ht Of War widower. Route Starke, Fla. 49 mm., 31 sec. West 4900.15 '[That part of: of NEV West of State Road or
of have
A complete soil and water con- That part of: SRi \o. 10 UI,1 Of Way Martha Johnson. feet to the beginning of a curve, I (A) The Wi of NWV. and the I 28 (now 100), of Section 15, any you of or any the above you described in and lands to

servation farm plan was prepared I SWot SWU of Section That part of: Route 1 Box concave to the Northeast, having a SW! of Section 22, Township Township 7 South. Range and show cause why the same

for Freeman Register Jr. on his Township 8 South Kange 1.: Lot 4 Block "A" of Mt. Pleasant 64-A, Starke. Florida radius of 2864.79 feet; thence 7 South. Range 22 East, Est, LESS the North 420 Z should not be taken for the ines
East, Sub-Division on Silver Lake Northwesterly feet along and I ",
Stephen G. Denmark and 11.11 and purposes set forth in the -
Seeber M. petition
farm located at the Santa Fe Fire lying Fast of the survey line of I as of record in the Current Pub- Denmark as Execitors of the Last the arc of said .un't through a cen- tB> The NEV t of NWV* of Seton ( lying within 10 feet each side of filed herein.
Pensa- State Uoad S-21-A Section 2863and lie Records of Bradford County Will tial angle of 23 dtgtel 29 min.. 26. Township 7 South, a ditch centerline described as follows -
using and Testament
Tower. Freeman is ( the Southeasterly projectionof I Florida, of John H. to the end of ; North 2: East, : Commence on the North WITNESS my hand and this seal
cola Bahia for his main permanent said survey line), described as I lying West of and within 40 feet deceased. 2 degrees 20 min., 31 sec. West 7.25 lying each side of and within 50 boundary of said Section 15 a point of said Court on this 7th day of

He is also using follows: of the Survey line of State Road 521A I Fred S. Dodd, feet to the North boundary of said feet of the survey line of State 1 908 feei of the Northwest corner October. AD, 1954.

pasture grs. Beginning on the West line of said I Section 2S63, said Survey line Bradford County, Florida Section 33 at a point 2662 feet Easterly Road 100 Section 2802, said surv.y of Est!" of said Section 15; run OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

sweet lupine and oats for tem Section 13 at a point 81.8S feetortherly I being described as follows, from the Northwest corner of line being described as follows;:; thence South 18 degrees, 35 min., 31 i Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad

We were looking from the Southwest corner rvginnmg on the South line of SWVi MM o. Might Of War said Section 33. containing 0.07 acre Begin on the South boundary of sec. East 684 feet to {he POINT OF ford County, Florida.
pry pastures. of said Section 13, run thence of NWV4 of Section 13, Township 8 That part: 411: more or less exclusive of area in Section 26, Township 7 South, lange I BEGINNING of said ditch centerline ,
Holhs V Attorney
soils map of Feema'splace South 20 degrees, 57 jpin., 36 sec. South. Range 22 East at a point NWVi of NWVi of Section existing road right of way. 22 East at a point 1720 ftet 'tIt ; thence South 70 degrees, Knight. Countv 2
12 10
M> 4t
'Starke. Florida. S
when he remarked, "that East 56.05 feet to a point on said t 23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest ; 8 South IS OWNED BY Jacob Rech, Jr., and lof| the Southeast corner of said rU
Township Range 22 i
survey line designated as Station corner of SW.4 of NI01 East, Anna Keen, his 'ife" I Section :6.hen..'" run North 18 de I

map sure tells you a lot about 10 plus oo.O continue thence South said Section 13, run thence North lying withing 100 feet each side gees, 3 min 31 sec. West 5647.8 -.--nThat's

land". The soils map or land I 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 sec. East 4 degrees 39 min.. 24 sec. East 1097. survey line of State Road 100, Sec of SRI :o. (- Right Of \\"arThat I f"tt to the North boundary of said I
your along the projection of said survey 53 feet to the beginning of a curve I 2802, from the part : Section 26 ai a point 1792 feet East Our Business
capability map shows on an aerial I line a distance of 100 feet to the concave to the Southeast having a L ton NW' of South line of The XF' of NEVi, West of ex of the Northwest corner thereof. I, L SS
NWVi of 6
Section 1%
photograph the different types of r end of said projection. radius of 5729.578 feet, run thenceNortheasterly to Station 129 plus 00 and lying. Statt Road 100 and East thence continue North 18 degrees, If It's Glass We Have It!
Containing 0.041 acres more or less;, along said curve within 50 feet of old graded road of Section 35 mm., 31 sec. West 5740.5 feet to i
soil you have on your farm. With exclusive of existing road right of through an angle of 1 degree. I I vey line from Station each side 129 plus said 00 tur1 to- t. Township 7 South, Range 22 the North boundary of Section Zi, ': 0 / CALL WRITE or VISIT

map we are able to develop a way. min., 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 I the North line of said NW'/4 of NWl East, Township i South, Range 22 Eastat i
th IS OWNED Bf: Jessie Taylor Stewart feet to the North line of SW of Section 13 said lying westerly of and within 50 a point 8.3 feet East of tht ;,

soil and water conservation farm a widow, as and being the sur NWVi of said Section 1 at a point described as passing, survey over and line being feet of the survey line of State Road Northwest corner thereof. I I Joe Peters Glass Co.

plan that will help you in using viving widow, sole heir and devl.-ee 137.97 feet Easterly the Northwest NWli of said Section 12 as across fol 100. Section 202: said survey line Containing 5.59 a.re. more or less,

under the Will of Homer Judd Stew corner of SWV. of NWVi of said lows: Beginning the being described as follows: Begin txlusivl of area in existing road
land within its capabilities on West line
your art, deceased.SRD Section 13, of NWli of said on the North boundary of Section way. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Containing 0023 acres more or less. point 1529.37 Se.tiol 1 -it a 4, Township 7 South Range 22 East All minerals including oil and gas '
Xo. 9 Drake feet S"uh Northwest at a point 3127 feet West from theXurthest and under said we Design Modern Store Fronts
Right Of Way IS OWNED BY: Robert W. i corner of said Section on, in land art hH"I| j
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester That part of: and wife Agnes M. Drake of Bradford I' point being described as Station 12. said US corner of said Seton 4; by reserved unto the party of the i Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Lot 3 of Block "A" of IPleasant County Florida I thtn't run South 25 d.gres. Omm. ,first part, its successors and assigns, i I
brook punesl fountain pens I i Sub-Division Silver Lake:, TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration gres.plu"O.I'S. 09 ,min.thence, 18 run.sec. North East 1029.75 32 1.1 I Bradford County. Florida. in the I boundary of said Section 4 at shall be used for State
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad of Taking has been fed i feet to said or
lying West of and within 40 feet of above styled l'aU8t. i>y petton. I thence continue Station North 129 plus 00, ,a point 645.9 feet South from the I Ftderal public highway purposts. 1313 Nf 4th PI Gainesville, Fla. Phone 24353YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'

turd County Telegraph. the survey line of State Road S- er, thE acquiring authority 09 min.(, '. 32 dlgrt18. Northeast corner of Mid Section 4; I the surface of said land will not'i
I 2 21-A Section 2863. said survey line proceedings, of the taking of theabo'e feat to the 1 11 East 363.7 theme ('continue South 25 degrees, be used for drilng. mining or extracting I
being described as follows: described lands for the pur-' beginning of ('urvecn.'ave If' mm.. 31 sec East 9451 feet to on, in or under I
Beginning the to theVt.. ha\I': a ra- I South line of the NWVi of I said land. made of the > 'TTTT1
on South line of SW, j 40se set forth in the petition in !!.dus of 2864.79 NWW nor any use
1OT1CE TO APPEAR I i>f NW V, of Section 13. Township 8 this cause viz: right of way, drainage feet thence run i'1 jnf Set tion 3, Township 7 south surface of said land In..nIHtl ?
la Clrrnlt Court. Bradford Vou$7.FIorlda South Range 22 East at a point borrow pits borrow pit Northerly along said curve 340.9 : Range 22 East at a point 914.5 feet I with State or Federal highway purf I.
dit'hts. feet
In Chancery.CUuderan 23 94 feet Easterly from the Southwest and haul roads, for a portionof through a central angle of 6 of the Southeast corner of said i poses- '
Vapnar Plaintiff vs. corner of SWV4 of NW1 of state Roads Nos. SIOO.and |degree49 line of min, 05 sec to the North I\\-"t, of NW1 of Section 3: containing IS OWNED Bj: Container 1'1'11-I { '
NWVi of Wof\ said Section
Stephen A.apnar Dtfendant. said Section 13 0.21 more or less exclusive Dun of Amerua.
run -21-A in Bradford County, Florida, aN 'I 4
Case No. 10-706 4 degrees 39 min., 24 sec. East and that one of the Judges of the I from Northwest at a point 909.ffet Hast of area in existing road right hI 4\ 4

>.tirc T. Appear.To 1097.53 feet to the beginning of a (ireuit Court in the Eighth Judici' corner of said Section of way. Mill :u. Sf Slight Of Way i H <
: Stepheu A. Vapnar whose curve concave to the Southeast havIng al Circuit of Florida on the : less.12, containing 5.7 acres more IS OWNED I1 0. F. Odom and I I''That part of i LOANS

residence and address Is: *70 East i a radius of 5729,578 feet, run 25th day of October .wi 1954. at or I.s Gladys wife. The East 200 feet of the NH I
Olive Street. Pomona. Calfornia.You thence Northeasterly along said 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon thereof wife OWNED Martha BY J. V. Johnson and of NWVt of SEVi of Stvtiun 11.: I i

are hereby notfed a cure through an angle of 1 degree in Circuit Court Chambers in Johnson. Mtn :o. S Right Of Way Township I South Range 22 i,

uit for 41 min., 29 sec. a distance of 16&.1 Bradford County Court House at I Mil :o. 4S Of War The NEW of NEW, LESS the East, I I
Divorce care, custody and control feet to the North line of SW Starke. Florida consider said Declaration That of: parcel West of existing State lying withing 50 feet of the survey !
of minor child NWH of said Section J at a point 11 i Taking. appoint apl\rail- of NE>>4 of Section II. I Road 100 and East of old graded line of State Road 100, Section 2802 PAY DAY LOANS

has been filed agaInst you In the 137.97 feet Easterly the Northwest ers and make KUI'h orders as the Township 8 South Range 22 road of Section 4. Township said survey line being described as

above named Court and cause and corner of SWJ4 of NW% of said Court deems proper. All parties to East 7 South, Range 22 East follows:

you are required to aerve .copy uf Section 13, the suit and all parties interested: lying within 100 feet each side of lying each side of and within 50 Begin on the East boundary of Sei- .

your answer or pleading to the Containing 0.023 acres, more or less. may appear and be heard at the> survey line of State Road 10i, Section feet of the survey line of State ton 13, Township 8 South Range .
complaint on the Plaintiff IS i OWNED BY: F. W. Dryden and time and place designated. I 2S02, from the West right of Road 100 Section 2S02; said survey East, at a point 1456.97 feet !

Attorney Newton T. Jones 11 wife Virginia T. Dryden. You. and each of you, are hereby j way line of G. S. and F. Railroad on line beging described as follows: North from the Southeast corner of

Kinl Street. Jacksonville, Fla commanded to appear by filing the North to Station 108 plus 50 Begin on the East boundary of Section said Section 1:, thence run North TO
and the original In the SRD No. 1 Right Of Way an answer to the petition hereto and within 50 feet each side of said 4, Township 7 South. Range 2? 55 degrees 03 mm., 57 sec West E25 $3 QE

of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on That part fore filed in this cause in the en- survey line from Station 108 plus East. at a point 645.9 feet Southfrom 58H.7f feet to the beginning of a

or before the South 315 feet of SWU of NWH tiled Court on or before the 16th 50 to the South line of said SE% of the Northeast corner of said .urve concave to the Northeast,

g day of November Uat; of Section 13. Township 8 South, of November, 1954 to show NEVi of Section 11, said survey line Section 4; thence run North 25 degrees having a, radius of 2864.79 ftet.;

otherwise Me allegations or said Range 22 East West of Lake) what right title. Interest. or lens being described as passing over and[ | 49 mm.. 31 sec West 720.2 thtn.f Northwesterly 41473 feet

Complaint wi be taken as confessed lying: West of and within t feet you of you, have In across ES of E4 of said Section feet to the North boundary of said along the arc of said curve, througha E Prompt -. Courteous ..
by of the survey line of State Road any of the above described lands 11 as follows: Beginning on the Section at a point 312.7 feet West central angle of S degrees, 17 mm. -

This notice shall be published -21-A, Section 2863, said survey line and show cause why the same East line of NEti of Section 11 at from the Northeast corner thereof; 41 sec. to the North boundary of Confidential Service

ence each week for four conaecu- being l described as follows: should not be taken for the uses a point 1529.37 feet South on Northeast thence .ontnut North 25 degrees. laid Section 13 at a point 160.42

live weeks In the Bradford County Beginning on the South line of SWU and purposes set forth in the petition L- corner of said Section 11, at a 49 min, IIC. West 2623 feet to feet East from the Northwest corner ',

felecraph. ot NWU! of Seton 13, Township 8 filed herein. point designated as Station 118 plus: the West In.e of the NEW of SEW thereof

Dated this day of October, 1954. South at a point WITNESS my hand and the seal ,,10.25. thence run South 32 degrees of Section 33 Township 6 South. Containing 9.17 acre, more or less,

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby 3.94 feet Easterly from the South- of said Court on this 13th day of October :- 09 min, 1 sec. West 509.42 feet to Range 2 East, at a point 542.: feet excusive of area in existing road I MARION FINANCE COMPANY
Clerk of the >urt west corner of SW' of NW% of said A.D., 1954. the beginning of a curve, concaveto South the Northwest corner of way.

By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk Section 1 then.e North 4 degrees (OFFICIAL SEAl) Charles A. Darby the easterly, having a radius of fsald| NEVi of SE%; containing 0.2S IS OWNED BY- R Willis Rivers and

10/S U 10/29 ., 24 sec. East 1091.53 Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford L. 2S64.79 feet then..t run Southwesterly at're. more or 1e--s. exilusivr of area Laura. Rivers his wife. : EMERGENCY CALL COLLECT

feet to the beginning of a curve County Florida. along said curve 510.S.:: feet t: ,in *-xistir.R road right ;'f way. I

it The Circuit Court Of The ElgJti concave to the Southl&t having a.. Hollis V. Knight. County Atorney. through a central angle of 10 de-.IS OWNED T: Esther R. W'llliam- SRI No. 40 Right Of Way fc: PHONE 5333 Gainesville

Judicial Circuit Of Florida IIad radius of feet run thenceNortheasterly Starke. / greev. 13 mm. to said Station 108 I ]ran, single. That part of:
For Bradford alonl said curve J'lorlda : 4 115 ,nlus 50.. thence continue. alons said t: Or write P. 0. Box 416, 218 W. University Ave.

County.Law No. 8320JRADFOKP through an 1 degree, 41 In The Crtul Court Of The Eighth i curve in a Southerly and-Southeasterly SKI) No. 1 Of War The Section SWVi 36 of SWVi of SW" or Gainesville. Fla.
UIh ,
COUNTY FLORIDA min., 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 Circuit Of Florida In And ,' direction 3204."!i feet \That of: 'I Range 22 Township

a political subdivision of the feet to the North line of SW For Ilradford County. 'through a central angle of 64 degrees. Tht par of SEH, West of State lying.each side East AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALHUNDREDS

State of Florida WVi of said Section 13 at a point ItAIWOU COl'NTY., FLORIDA. I 05 mm., 15 sec to the East Road 28 (109), "of Section 10, j I!feet of the of line and within 50
137.97 feet Easterly from the Northwest subdivision line of SE'j of NE'4 of said Section survey of State Road
Petitioner polll'al of the I Township 7 South, Range 22 : 100, 280!.
vs. corner of SW 4 of NWi of Florida. I 11. at a point 166 feet North of East, being Se.ton. said survey' line

WILLIAM KAUFMAN, et al. aid Section 13; Petitioner. Southeast corner of said Section 11.untaming !lyin l westerly of and within 5A i Begin on dt's'rbtd the South as follows:
*Containing 0.057 acres more or less. boundary "f the
Defendants.MvricK ( 5 acres more less the I
or line
I. survey Road
\s. If NWW of
OF liI L.I: %Il I:3: OWNED BY: Rev. Wilfred George BAUKAIIA 1' IS B n. Den- Ht Section Section 1, Township e '
Aldridge. a widower. "IA I et al. 'I. O\X"I ) Stephen ? 202. said survey line's I I South, Range 22 East at a point !
JWllce Of Eminent Domain Proceed Defendants. S" er bting described '
i :1 Denmark as followsBegin- !X 2.S f". t East from th.. ,
lag* MID ::0. 1 Drainage Enaenuntlateral Executors of the and Testament the ([ S uthw",1Icornfr
: South
Case No. 8019 Lst1 tang on line of XE1, of of said NWW of '
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AITTHOHITY of John Dnmark, deI I Stction 15, Township 7 South. Range I. I Ij22 run North Sf'tl"n 1.
Ditch Might of thtn.t is degreesss
OF STATE Station 3 'tno: OF huE I'INtTlE ceased. I II East at j'
OF : a point : : feet Easterly
FLORIDA TiE Plus 100 OF EMINENT DOMAINl'ltO'EEDINGS I from the Southwest 4:7 1 l 1 imo.. 11 sec. West ?S$2.s6! feet to''the 'I'
corner : i iSE"4 We-t
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN That part of: : :' MIII >o. so Hieht Of \\r | of NE14 of said 15 boundary of said .s'tin I
AND to persons and- South 315 feet of SWVi of NWVi IN THE NAME AND BY THE AfTHOUITY That part of: thence North 18 St'li"n 33 run 31 :. 1 at a point 54.44. feet South fiom'' of details are managal and economically -
i the
d.gr.t' min. Northwest .
al of Section 13, Township S South OF THE STATE E1 of $":'. of Section .10"1 of said Sect.n -
parties having claiming any 1. ".e. West 27913 feet to the North 1 1 I : theme attended that only a trained and
Kange 22: East (West of Lake) FLORIDA 8 North I1rdegrees.
right interest, estate mortgage { South Range East, | 1 line of 15.: (South line 'onlnu.
ttlt. ; T8
lying each side of and within 15 TO ALL WHOM CONj j SWi of > mm.. set. West J7H! careful
01 h.r lien to or on those IT MAY I S\V ,4 of Section 12. of Section 10. Township 7 South, ;feet to tbe 1 organization can attend when
certain pan.ts of land hereinafter feet said of Ditch a Lateial Dihh Centerline CEKN AND to all prronsand parties Township 8 South. Range 32 j,! 1 Range 22 East) at a point 90S.O feet: |'Township 8 lnt, of Se.l.n 2. the urgent need for serving is at
the following persons being described having or claiming any right East, easterly from the Southwest corner ,;at a point 17.7 Hnge taH
together with all unknown person as follows: title, interest, estate, mortgage or ;,lying rain side of and within 59 i ( f SEI,. of said Section 10. continue !'Northeast; feet ., from | hand.
claiming by through or uncle: Commencing on the South line of other lien to or on those certain feet of ,un.fY line of State Road I thence North 18 dtgr"es. 35 min.. 31'sec. :thence corner of said S"'ton :. I

known persons who are dead or SW V< of XW' of Section U, Township parcels of land situate in Bradford ,' 100. Section 250:. said survey line'' : West 5511.3 feet to the North I 138 l'ontnu.. North< IS. .. j'

who are not known to be dead or: 8 Range 22 East at a County. Florida and hereinafter described being described as passing over ]!line of said Section 10 at a point8S.7 a point mm. thence sec Welt 2 i02 82 feet to'
alive: point 23.94 feet Easterly from theSouthwest and the following persons land across K1-,. of E1- of Section 11 feet Westerly from the Northeast 35 ; 31 North 18 degrees, DeWITT C. JONES
corner thereof, run thence with all unknown land SW of > mm.. sec.Vest 2797.93 feet to
William Kaufman. together persons SWi.4 of SW -4 of corner of NWL4 of said Section I
St- I the North
North 4 degrees 39 mm., 24 sec. claiming under l 12, as follows boundary of Section 3; Phone 7 Starke Fla.
}!0 22nd Street N. W.. by. through or tiol : Reginning on 10, ,
Canton. Ohio East 217.07 feet to the POINT OFDEGINXLNO known persons who are dead or who 'I I the East line of NE14 of said Sec- Containing 0.:r>5 acre more or less I [!Township a 1720 South. Range 22 East _en_ eee.. sspa-ss 4-n
Jessie Taylor Stewart a widow, OF DITCH CENTEUL1NE. are not known to bE dead or alivvJacob : I ton 11 at a point 152037 feet South exilusive of area in existing road|1 I |j lat Northeast point of West from the
corner said Section :35,
V hOle residence and address is un- run thence South 85 degrees. I X.rlheat corner of said Section I right of way !{Containing Funeral Director
004 Ambulance
known. %0 min., 36 sec. East 200 feet to the Keen Jr.. 11. thn'l run South 32 degrees 09 IS OWN BO bv: Edwin H Reagan andl'Ieune I of a'r. mol. or less Service

F W. Dryden, end of said Ditch Centerline, fox 13, Starke, Florida 'mm.. 1 sec. West 509.42 feet to the Reagan his wife. I IIX"lu"h'f area in existing road
Route 1, Containing 0.103 acres more or less I beginning of a curve concave to the way. Our local funeral borne enable oa to offer convenience isA
tarke*, Florida exclusive of Street or load right Anna Hech. Easterly having a radius of 2864.79 IS OWNED RY: The Town of Keystone -
Mill ,. 14 Itlght Of Heights, a Florida municipal services not otherwise available.
Virginia T. of way. Box U. Starke ftt. thence run Southwesterly, of \a7
Dryden Florid That part : corporation.
IS OWNED BY: Rev. Wilfred George Southerly and
Route 1 along
Southfasterl' I (A) The NWW of East ofI .
Stake, Florida Aldridge. whose residence and address (,. F. Odom.1U said curve ( acentral State Road 28 SEI., of Sec: SHE No. 4:- It IK lit Of Slug e Sr. SSS.SSS St rS S S4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-S sn rs rs_S S S S 4-

Rev. Wilfred George Aldridge. is unknown >I 56. Starke, Florida angle of 74 degrees.. IS min.. I I. 10. 7 South. That part of We
Township furnish the
whose residence and address is un 15 sec to the East line of SEk of i i ton 22 East, and I N'. of XWI, of SEW, Iacres highest type eervlce at lowest price, and
SliD \ 13 night Of I.JS"
known That part o.of: War Gladys OOI SELL of said Section 11. at a point (B) "A small triangle of land I I on the East side, accept ANY life insurance policy i In force, luted by ANT
Olson Box Florida 166 feet North of Southeast corner i South 160 "
Tius 51. the junction of right of r feet of Section 1 '
51.Starke EVi of SEtS and SEVi of NEVi of of said Section 11, thence continue II in way of State Road 28 (100))t I' Township S South. Range 22; company aa payment la pan or la full on A fuaeral
2 in NE Corner
except acres i Farmers & Bank. Southwesterly along said curve
I Merchant and sand graded I East Consultation
Florida Section 14 8 South a carries no obligation.o .
Township 210: feet Count3r
fiertle Montic-ello through a central angle lying
l'iorida Road. in the North Southerly of naIl wIthin 50
A Olson ___ .
22 East containing 118
of 4 degrees. .r
37 -
Box mm. 05 to the fer-t of the line .44444.p444444445.14444 JJ444s.r.rJ.cS
,& SWV of SEW of Section 10. survey of StateRoad
$lake. Florida acres; excepting Road rights of r Esther R. Williamson South line of SW of SWV, of SW, Township* 7 South P.nge 1)0. Section 2802, said survev

John W. Miller way and except the following 400 Royal Street. of 8ll.tion 12. Township & South. 22 East". line being described as follow-.

170$ Washington Street. parcel conveyed to W. S. Sibley: New Orleans Louisiana Range 22 East at a point 160.42 .lying Easterly of and within 5 0 Begin on the East boundary of Sc.,-
New Castle PennsylvaniaMaude by deed recorded In Deed Boek feet East of Southwest corner ofsid line of State j'tion' 13: Township 8 South. !
feet of the survey

1708 Washington C. Miller Street. 88 at of Page Bradford 227 of the County Public Florida Records 1 address Michael is Dew who reieac and 11 I more Section or Itss.12, containing '.6 acres, I 100, Section described 2802,as said follows sUl'e: line '22 Est. at the a point Southeast 145697 corner Range fet I.]1 BEST RATES IN T1VNRepresenting

the NE Corner I being
to-wit: Beginning at
IS OWNED O.V.. Hall and Eva
New :
Castle, Ptnnsyhaniaharlt l\ Beginning on the South line of XE'of said Section 13, theme run X.r
of SE" of SE' of Section 14< ]Mary Dew whose residence and ad- G. Hall, his
( E. Miller. i I Section 15, Township 7 Southt 55 degrees, 03 mm, 57 s. Uest
Township Range
170S E, Washington Street. Z i ldrcss is unknown 413 feet to the
; Range 22 East at a point 584.ii beginning of
East and run a distance of : ,
New :I SHI N 25 Might Of Way ,
Castle. Pennsylvania Easterly from the Southwest corner concav to the Northtas'
feet South Section line between '
Robert_ W. and Agnes )I. on j Edwin II. Reagan, That part of: of SEW of NEW of said Section < having a radius of 2S64.7 Drake. Sections 14 and 13, thencerun Route I, Box 144 Starke, Florida A par.e of land in the NEVi ofSE ,115.! run thence North 13 degrees.J5 thence Northwesterl' 4147'! feet Largest Mutual Ins. Companies
to the intersection of
Bradford Countv. Florida Wet I' Section 15 TownshipSuth min, SI sec. West 27SI.3! feet to: along through
and Santa Fe |
SECTIOSS571T3 STATE RO.\l Starke. leone Reagan, 7 ; Range 22 East described the North line of said Section 15, a central angle of 8 degrees 17 m. COMPARE THESE
> Road thence run North alongsaid Route 1. Box 144. Starke Florida follows: Degin at point I SAVINGS
SIO.Bi\DIOID a (South line of Section 10 Township ;in sec. to the North boundary 'fa
line of County Road a distance '
of intersection of the West 22 at said Section 13 at .
T\ 7 South. Range East : a point 160 42 fielEast
SRI > IS of 4S2 feet. thence run East Theron E. Moore, right of way line of State Road i i2S tb I
Of Way point 90S.0 feet i from the Northwest corner; AUTOMOBILE 10 20%
That part of: to point of beginning being in Route I, Box 345. Strke, Florida (now 100) with the South Southwest corner of SCW of said ,i I -
NE of S\V'4 of SEVi of Section Section 14. Township 8 South line of said of SEVi; thence North thereof 0.035 _
t SEa Section 10. continue |( ares le : FIRE
Range 22 East mrr. "I %
34 Township Bradford County Page Virglab Moore. thence run Northerly 96 feet t: I1S degrees, 35 min.. 31 se. WesI {exclusive of existing road r.ghl of on 20
Range 22 Eat. I South Florida; Al" a strip of land of Route Dx Starke. Florida along said right of way line;: 5561.3 feet to the North line of ad ,.' 'ay.Ig .

lying within feet of the renter- the of S\\"i4 of thence Southwesterly 22S feet, I Section 10 at a point 823.7 feEt OWNED BY: D. O St.war and FIRE on BUSINESS 15
line uf State Road S-100-A Section of Sect n 14, Township 8 South, |Charles A. heUe thence Easterly 249 feet tp the Westerly from the Northeast corner Camille P. his wife

JS57 said centerline being described Ian> : East being 363 feet i i Route I, Box 7, ,. SUrVe, Florida Point of Beginning, (of NWVi of said Section 10. gtE1'art MOTELS 35'

as follows: from North to South extending lying West of and within 50 feetof {Containing 0.550 acres more or less I. SRI N.. Right Of Way
Uegmning on the West boundary of entirely across said 40''''Fern' E Shelley the survey line of State RoadlOG. i txclubive of existing road right of [That part of:- GARAGE LIABILITY %

said Section 34 at a point 1449.40 acres, containing 1 acres more'or '!I Route Box 79-D, Sta.Florida Section 2802, said survey line way. NWVi of NEW of Section 33; 35
feet North of Southwest corner of.atd less Also SW of NEV, of | being described as follows: 'IS OWNED by Theron E Moore and Township South. Range 22

Stqtion 24 and run thence South Section 14. Township 8 South, i|Emma M. Heiberger. Begin on the East boundary of Section wife Page Virginia Moore. I East, LESS acres in the. Northeast

IS degrees !l min.. IS sec. East Range :: East. containing 4 Jacksonville, Florida 15. Township 7 South. Range ctrntr,I Why Pay More

3'.U feet to a point. thence South acres, more or less. ALSO. NW 22 East, at a point 1(3 feet North lying each side of and within 5

87 degrees. S! mm.. 40 sec. East of SEV of Section 14. Township 8 Margaret It. Frewster. from the Southeast corner of said SRI :>. :- Right ef Way feet of the survey line of State

80267 feet to the beginning of a South, Range %: East containing I Jacksonville Florida Section I. thence run North IS degrees. That part of: Road 100 Section 2S02, aid survev i

u-ve concave to the North having 40 acres. 3 ., 31 sec. West 5444.2: t (A) A parrel of land in the line beging as follow4 -": I o
a radius of 5729.5S feet and a total lying each side of and within 40 ,Louise II. Cerni, feet to the North boundary of said I E4 of the ?EW of Section 15 Begin on dUlribe boundary .

tential &1.gl; of 2 degrees 10 min. feet of the survey line of State '. 700 West Los Oils Blvd, Section 15 at a point 908 feet East Township 7 South, Range ,I Section 33. Township 6 South, Rang r I Contact

thence Easterly along said curve Road line S-i-A, Section 2S63, said survey Fort Luder.lIe Florida from the Northwest corner of the i I Et described as- Bfginnlnl 22 Est, at a point 312.7 feet We-t

'.,67 feet to the cud of said curve, being described as: ,, NE1of said Section 15. Northeast .faId
I I .
tin I".'< South 89 di-Kivef, 42 min. 40 U) ,iCorday I*. IleibergeriJIJ Containing *.04 aoe. more or les'. i j Si3 of NEW of NE, of SEt'5 Set inn .'.3.Suthearn.r Ihln. run > Hi degrees

S--C East Hill SI f.et to the Eat I TVginn'ng' on the West line of SE'ft ; : t.r IH:) \\'lL.ms Street. .JdU-i, of area in r\i.t.ng road of aid ?.-et ion 15. run thenceWe 49 mm., II. 'ec" West 4<-0 !5fert CONNER Bros. Insurance
tiE'i of Station 14. Township 'f 't 6'5 r,-.' I. the Ea t Agency
3 ;
: : '
I uiulii1 \ .t said Sr tion 34 at aptttt S :,1 folk \ irgin'aI ohl way.I ,. TO the begmn'r .f a < urr..n \ >
"u'h. Range.2 East at ; u\\> EI' BY I.e.la and'n ritfht of \> f existing
l.t5.5 feet North of Southeastt I a point : : X"W-.1 .\ 11. <>ave to the X'.rIt h,inp I Iradi a
irner of said Section 34 I 32.5 feet, Northerly fivm the S.uthurnrr .1 I ilia H F'r"thl ia-o! Knwn a: unknown he:rs a' lau gr.intee- Sate Ri>ad lid --n'e S.utheateru ;!- "f 2-o4 7'' r. t n N 'twit'.ry "

( .eutulug 26 acres m ire or less Sett\*-', uf riK1of SEV, of sad J ,!i H j'olsyth. Holiida, )'I. : d.\- "* and other ciai::..n'- ..:1- 2J13 fert an"rKaid : 1174 17 f'a...rie 'ne a. 129 W Call St. Phone 285J
: n It, run thc'Ke t t., under Ed : rsght "f way tienc North
of the existing road right North S9 J.u Bund I tog through. ur agm"t I ofa d i-urve, thn ''jgh a t nt-a! at"
txluuv" gr.e jj aim 21 =L. .E4at lj-;0.Sl Hamilton hll nt. 'Cecil P.fuse. deceased. 2uSt feet to the Point jf Be- gle' of 2- degrees, IS mm t. ;o' -

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OCTOBER 29, 1954
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-- ----- I ing the H. H. Motts this weekend. ed the A. L. Greens and Mrs Lillie
!If Melrose were in
Missionary To SpeakAt I Mrs. Ernest Edwards was in.Cone this weekend.
oU, md Silver Springs recently.
Long Bridge ; !,Ir. and Mrs. Ellis Thornton I Gainesville on business Tuesday. !t Sandra Johns of Starke spent

md son. Donnie, of Starke were Mrs Emma Lamoreaux Of Lake i i the weekend th Polly Wait.
': of Mrs I Geneva visited the J W. Thomases |
un guests
ay evening Susie Broadway of S: irke w .is
:Minnie Marcionny. 'List Tuesday the weekend F
giie*: of freV
R11HMethodist! -1 :\Is. Major Lanier was called to I.dinar Shaw of St.trKe spent the "

'-\.1,'. ton N. C.. recently by the 4a8tn'tes4oJr .\eekeni! with StdnleGreen. Biglianfl -
!lih:; oi her sister, :Mrs. Edna M1!!? Bill Plununei anJ daugh- 1Li
Church r \ii ihMi ----p014CA. NEBR.ij 'eia! Pdt .md l L > o,: Suve \i st-
i At The TabernacleThere r 4'

and Mrs. James Tucker of U herein the los ely autumn dajspass up for Christmas. I love the holidays -
Oct. 31: Church School COLONIAL
Sunday -- lLTT1k
I will be a guest speakerin An.-hei were recent guests of Mruid ..\\iftl). I prepare for winter and of course fust comes ..
9-4S: a m Morning Worship 11 j the Gospel Tabernacle Pulpit l Mis L. A. HalL and I
and say a prayer for many people Thanksgiving. Don always Wash Your Clothes
m., 'What a Pastor Expects of; Oct. 31. due to the .
a. |Sunday morning Dr. Florence Jennings of Starke ,I so far away. |eat a turkey in a week.
his Pa ishioners." Reception of ,absence of ..the sponsor on a Gideon ailed on :Mrs W. W. Hammond I ; We have pictures of my dear I 9 Pounds FLORISTFLOWERS

new n embers Recreation time;assignment. He will, however. I res.dent; of Hampton, P. T. A. one i An old house, remembering I'grandchildren and they are getting

5:30 jm.. Fellowship supper bring the evening message lay last week, asking that P. T. laughterAnd I'I ( For 40c!
A'j ,to be looking. Busy 1 1I
(or i itermediates and seniors, 1 The Tuesday night Bible study. ; members gather and mend happenings many and quite grown up

6:15 p(. m Worship program for i hour was under the direction of clothing for children's welfare. If I i bright !I with school and Scout work. We i FREE Bleach If Desired! I For All Occasions

MYF groups when the following I W. B. McKinney who led the pre- I Miss Mary Ella Taylor, misSIOnary readers of this column would I Will chuckle, and murmur long I also have pictures of Jr. who lives I PHONE 218

films (will be shown: "Developing I liminaries. W. S. Parker brought ; to India, will be heard at please cooperate, it will be greatly after, lin Calif., his lovely home and new II i ij i I

Resp?nsibility" and "Feeling Left I i a study on "Seven Ducks in Muddy': the Long Bridge Christian Church i appreciated. I In sleep in the silence of night,I baby Don III. Such a dear baby. I| 0

/ Evening Worship Service at ,,Water," a different and interesting II on Monday, Nov. 1, according to I Mrs. G. C. Gentry of Jacksonville i Or grumble at aching rafter ,I I shall try to get this out to I (j)
'13TO with the showing of the I Aversion of Naaman's dipping in the. Or scantling not feeling just !
; p :. an announcement by the pastor, spent the weekend with her I you more often. I have neglected I We Will
'film "Korean Victory." This is a I'I Jordan i to be cured of leprosy.I I I I| Rev. Fred Dodd. The public is invited parents, Mr. and Mrs. George I right. I because I did not have a typewrit-I Dry Your Clothes

30-minute film of actual scenes I I Dick Knox, musical evangelist Saxon. i An old house at night's never ,er. Now 1 have a new one; bought | DISH

taken in Korea showing the circumstances -1 i and missionary is scheduled to appear -I Mr. and Mrs. Foster P. LoU 1 quiet it from our good editor Mr. Mat- I For 20cIn GARDENS
of the people in that II I
needy country. I here in February. His pre- I i Presbyterian Church returned Wednesday from a trip I But like an old woman who thews. It is really a dandy. Ii, New Automatic Driers! POTTED PLANTS
to Stewart, Miss. snores, have no excuse now. I can smell
vious visit to Starke showed him
Monday Nov. 1: Official board with Sunday, Oct. 31-Sunday School :Mrs. Fannie Lott has returned I Will audibly move, then deny it, J imy beans cooking. I have turnips I POTTERY
to be a man enough
meeting, 7:30 p. m. young 9:45: a.m. Sermon, "How Is Man from Tampa to the home of her Or mention a pain inits, floors, i also for lunch and cqld beef heart. 0 I II Flowers
Wednesday, Nov. 3: Children's enthusiasm to start his own mis- II ,Have a big chocolate cake made I 'ViredAnywhere
Saved from Sin? 11 a.m., broad ,.son F. P. Lott and family.Mr. Or settling itself witl} a sigh, it
story hour, 3:30 p. m. .- Bible sionary program for the Middle cast over WDVH. Youth fellow and Mrs. Walter Stich of Complains of its ill fitting doors. itoo I and whole wheat bread. :

study and prayer, 7:30 p. m. East, and he is now putting two ship Vesper Program at Montgomery -i i Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof -Arthur Fredrick Otis I I Bye now and much love The Washeteria
Commission of Education meeting, Greek boys through Christian Conference Grounds near Key- I LURA
8:15 p. m.Thursday.. school in the United States in prep-jstone Heights 6:30: p.m. Evening 1 1'I' and his sister, Mrs. Verna Young The above poem amused me. Ij remple Ave. Starke Nona St. Starker
aration for their return to their I have read it over and over. Old | .
Nov. 4: Youth choir 'topic "Remember. Now Thy Cre- : YYYYTYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER -- -- '
lehearsal, 6:30 p. m. Chancel i own country as missionaries. 'I'ator" 7:30: p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones and houses do seem to have a soul. The I!iI .:: ... :: ::: --l "" ,lC' ': -= .-= __ .- '.

choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. i Monday, Nov. Building Committee children and Mrs. Louise Jones 'I Old home where I was reared in I II .--... ..... -" -.... '._ .__ '". ':::: :_ '_ ._'_ ,_ -.
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS meeting 7:30 I of Trenton spent Sunday with :I Indiana now has such nice peo-I -I -.. "-- ----T-w__ ___________ _, ... __ ... _r _
p.m. '
CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen 'pie who own it. Mrs. Morrow sent :
Tuesday Nov. 2-Joint meeting OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS
Church of God Sunday Soiooi 10 a.m. I Elders and Deacons, 7:30 p.m. II and family. Mrs. Louise Jones is me a picture and they have taken By Polly Walt Jr.&LAALAAAAAAALAAA&LAALA.
Morning Service 11 a.m. the grandmother of Tracy, Ro- !good caie of the house. My father\
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wednesday, Nov. 3 Prayer .
Evening Service 7:30 thelle and Norma Jones, children built it with his own hands and|i AI
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- p.m. I Meeting 7:30: p.m. Adult Choir I.
Prayer Meetings Wednesday of Mrs. Brannen. the help of my brothers when Ii, The Brooker Hallowe'en Cam-
ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. :practice 8 p.mThursday. Cook'sGrocery
night 7:45: pm. Saturday night Janet, young daughter of Mr. was a small child. I have of course'iI ival was held Saturday night at I
Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and Nov. 4-Junior Choir I '
i and| Mrs. W. A. Saxon, is ill with always loved the old farm. Likewise ,the Farmer's Market. The winners,
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.mLawuy ,. practice 3:30: pjn. i
'! WOODLAWN MISSIONARY flu.Mr. I I love my woods in Indiana. j I on the parade were Sue Douglas,

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. 'I BAPTIST CHURCH E'F.RGREEXBAPTIST and Mrs. William Saxon of I The woods I call Egypt. I have a';I prettiest, and Andy Gainey, ugliest ;

LAUTEY, FLA. CHURCH Oakland Park left Tuesday morn- |young man named Don Hensley in the Junior group, and Jean ,
YPE Servo
Ing Worship a.m. 10 a.m Sunday School, 11 a.m. ing after a week's visit witlj Mrs. I and his dear family living now in I Endicott, prettiest, and Jackie'
School 10 Preaching
ing Saturday. 7:30 p.m. i Sunday a m. '
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : I Ellen Saxon and other relativesI the house in the edge of the woods. I Parrish ugliest in the senior group. :
service. 7 o'clock song services. I town. He has a young wife and two chili i The winner of the delicious fruit ,
St. Mark's Episcopal 7:30 evening services. ; m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer i Your correspondent wishes to dren. I am so happy to have them. I\cake was A. L. Green. i i
;j Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. -
E. MatBlaln thanl those that sent in news this My life has bsen so busy. We I The young people of the Brooker PHONE 405
Rev. Raymond !Rev. J E. Lingerfelt pastor. I .
HAMPTONCHRISTIAN i ,week, otherwise we wouldn't have have had funerals and I got the I Baptist Training Union had a Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
'had a column. I am having mastoid -; for wintei. Put the
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal CHURCH ''' i house ready up I I hamburger fry at the Community
Church will be as follows: Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship I! I trouble, so couldn't get around I winter curtains. I have canned, froZen -!.i Center Saturday night under the' --

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program' rpiorrih this week try to do better next. and pickled and preserved i[direction of Rev. and Mrs C. B. MY-T-GOOD 5 Lb. Pkg.

School and Adult Class; H a.m. -. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 81 SCHOOL NEWS many things for the long hard I Stallings. ,I

Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. pastor. Dr. Florence Jennings and Mr. winter ahead. I have the potatoesin j They played several games. including -
p.m. Y. P. S. L. \ \' !Mrs. Wm.V.. hammondLAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAI L. H. Gibson were visitors to our the cold room. I have beef in a scavenger hunt Those

Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litanyand FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH school last Tuesday.Miss i the deep freezer and now have ;'who attended were Annette Green. Meal 19c
I I Ross and Mr. G. which will be butch-
Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I LAUTEY. FLA. Dorothy bought a hog I Shirley Green. Martha Vlacus
Practice. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-i Hampton will not have a Hal 1' Huggins organized 4-H clubs ered Monday and then I will have !Katherine Harrell, Jackie Barn,

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek lowe'en Carnival this year butn 'at our school last Thursday. fiesh pork, and will have lard and {Frances Barry, Christine Roberts I I

:11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. TO. II(\ Saturday night many of the I Forty-eight of our pupils and I II I the hams cured. Life is good. I I Lavonis Hodge, Kenney Green,

A. E. Massey, pastor. town's parents and children will I four of our teachers were in religions The last of September my dear |lames Harrell Huey Crosby Ken- : 6 hot ctn

HI-WAY CIIAFEL I attend the Hallowe'en Carnival at services last Sunday. brother Jesse Burgess died in In- I ney Mott, and Eldridge Hayes. COCA COLA 21C

(Assembly of God) HEILBRONNBAPTIST I the Theiessa Community House in I James Thomas and Russell Pi- cMana of a heart attack. He was '! Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of

780 W. Highway 16 CHURCh Theressa which will start at 6:30: i I sano were visitors to Gainesvilleover the oldest of us six children and i Orlando visited the Aubrey Hazens

i i D. m. Hot dogs, coffee, soft drinks, the weekend. was 67 years old. He was working Tall Cans
Services at the Hi-Way Chappl., Sunday School 10 a.m. PreachIng -' fish ponds, apple bobbing, and i The following were elected officers I and was just stricken down. I Sunday. MILK I L 3 31C

780 West Highway 16, will be as 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: |cake walks will highlight the evening of the girl's 4-H Club at the i I,have grieved so at his passing. I i I Mrs. Mantha Clark of Washmg-
Mrs. Tom Weeks
D. and
7:30 Prayer
follows Preaohing : p.m. .
: I School
p.m. Hampton : President. Nell [cried so hard and made myself
Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pjn. The last Hallowe'en Carnival i Williams; Vice-president, Dorothy I I ill and could not go to his funeral. I lof Santa Fe were visiting Mrs TIDE FAD orCHEER

School: 11 a.m. Worship Hour: REV. Milton J. Dukes pastor. ji j jSEVENTH that Hampton had at the school I.Hardy; Secretary, Elizabeth Tay- I If I could have started at once. !Beulah Harrell Thursday.

7.30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. I! :caused so much property damage i I''or; Song Leader Dolores Hardy but I had to wait until morning. t! Mr and Mrs. R F. Gano visitedADM Large Box
Thursday: 7:30 pm. Bible i : DAY .and Dorothy I and artin who is in the 27'12CLimit
(that the principal decided not to ,I. Loper: Reporter It was a wild stormy night I II'
Hour Hear Rev. Bullock speakon I ADVENTIST CHURCH i ii i try again for fear of more damage :Mary Davis. There were 17 girls' we are 22 miles from the railroad I II Jacksonville Hospital

the Book of Revelation. Pic- I.i Services each Sabbath in old ;, by the t-ulprits. The Home Demon- I present at the meeting. I I'station or airport. I II [ Milton Mott and Louise Vandt

tonal harts available to everyone Masonic HaIl on E. Call St. Sabbath -'stiation Club had one last year ,: Eighth Grade Personalities' I I I My garden is about all harvested. : fiom Vest Palm Beat'h were visit- ( One) 3 Lb Can
to see. School 2pm. Preachingeach I Richard Johns was born in. :
and the result was damage to the Still have turnips and radishes,
second and fourth Sabbaths | S aike but has lived in 'i I 'I
I hall and to automobiles: that were Hamptonmost chard, and kale. The strawberries -
I |swiss
dirndl OF JESUS CHRIST 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. parked nearby. Results no Hal- !. of his life. He is now 12 ; look healthy and green. I
LATTER DAY SAINT Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. lowe'en Carnival for Hampton. although \ears old and is a member of the I"The leaves here are lovely now. j! i 89cPlantation
welcome. I the known. Christian Church. He is the son of :
j culprits are and
The Church of Jesus Christ of I The elm trees are so pretty
w. Ji. I:. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns Jr. He is lifted in ,
Latter-Day Saints will hold their yellow. Ones heart
quarterly Stake Conference at the i AIR PARK BAPTISTAir \ The W M. U. met at the First I likes all kind of sports. he also thanksgiving and joy to be alive

Woman's Club) on Riverside Avenue i Park Baptist Church: Sunday Baptist Church Thursday night likes to work and come to school.] My brother Jesse always loved the ,. J

Jacksonville, Sunday, Octo- School, 9:45: a m.; Preaching j i Oct. 21, with 10 members present. He wants to be a civil engineer Autumn the best of all the sea

bei 10 at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. The I Service, 11 a. m.: Training Union.'I, Mrs Margie Packham, President when he is grown.GRAHAM. GRITS 5tbw 39C

public is cordially invited. i 6:45: p. m.. Preaching Service 8. ,railed the meeting to order. Mrs. \ 'vvvyyvvvyvyvvyvyvvvy,' I sons.These days I pray much. I pray

All services in Starke on Sundaywill I p m Prayer meeting.. Wednesday K B. Watterson gave the opening !for so many people that I have not
be omitted. 8pm. .P-u-er. followed by devotions and : seen for a long time. Sometimes 33
_. _- an interesting talk by the Occasional I. nray for those who are here be- :
_.. --_ ----..-. "r .'. >"_ j,. .' i.._-:. _: Z': $;;i1'v :;, President, Mrs. Emma 'cause a loved one has died and I Qt Bottle

i! ,.l'meraux of Lake Geneva. I :Mrs. John :MrKinncy4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !they are so sad. I silently pra> I BLEACH 15C 1

Mrs Hazel Thomas was elected . . . .God help them. I love them so I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke !!community mission chairman and j I Ii I and feel so sorry for them and all II

'i'Mrs. Flora Belle Brown, student- I II Mrs A. T. Andrews and children !,suffering humanity. Life can be FLAT Limit 6

| "hip chairman. At the end of the '!of Gainesville visited her grand beautiful: yet we cannot help but ......, Cons
nrngram. Mrs. Packham served I I pa'ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Ab- grieve when loved ones are taken ';:l, ,
'I doughnuts and hot chocolate. 1 I II ernathy Sunday. from our midst. So suddenly the SARDINES 3 25C

RELEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I The City Hall of Hampton was 'I Mr and Mrs. Bobbie Surrency I disappear from sight.I 41 his gal is in

I he setting for a miscellaneous of Tampa visited relatives here i|I still sing in the choir at church Her back yard sunning

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town shower on Saturday night honor- I'over the weekend. j I We have bought a new Baldwin She doesn't know 10 Lbs.Potatoes .

I 'nfrs.. Calvin Price of Grandin. Mrs. Victor Willis and baby of organ and it sounds so sweet. Las. Her pipes are running.

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 I formeily Miss Earlene Nazworth. Nichols spent the weekend with i f Pundav was my day to go and I

]Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis. the solo part of our anthem.I How about
-_.-- ., |lot Hampton. sang taking advantage of 29c
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney ,I love
1 to smj. the
Games were played and prizeswon quality plumbing; service
Sunday Sermons: .11:00 A.M. S:00 P.M. by Mrs. Betty May and Willow I and son J. D., spent the day last I I am studying again. It is r we offer Your pipes, sinks,
Tuesday with Carl Wynn of ,
Ruth Hammond. I 'Bourse from Nebraska State and faucets ran't talk. but if
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Delicious refreshments were Rtarke.: Teachers College and it is by cor they could, they would tell Lbs
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyand you

Midweek Service Wednesday, S-.OO P M.TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTfYYYYT. ,'sel'\\\1'1 t"ed friends by of the Mrs.hostesses Price. Guestseie who I I, Horace McKinney. all of Fair-:Health respondence.and Hygiene.It is about All about Persona the to!ltt call us when they're not up ONIONS 3 15C

I ha"Jfs. Ga.. were Sunday dinner par.
body and foods. I surely am enjoying -
'.' : ":: -: l\ :r:. .:...' : : :'.::: 2t ..\Grandin.\ from StaTke\Valdo and Hampton.Mrs Florahome. i guess of their parents, Mr. and it and learning a lot. I am or

Price received beau Mrs. John McKinney. Those visit- my fifth lesson.I .
many in the aael noon were Mr. andMi CelloPkgs
t 1 tiful and useful gifts. !!ing I' have washed this mom:ns. I CARROTS 2 15C
I 5th SUNDAY CONVENTION : *. W. P. Bennett and R. 3.I .
Hampton's Community Center is Sacuiday but it is such a love.
!I Knght: all of Gainesville. I II I
was! the'setting of a Stork Shower I day that I wanted to be sure ,\;
E: Christian Churches of Bradford County 'Tuesday night honoring Mrs. Dick Mrs. Millie Wynn is able to go get them dried outside. I also .sh hack to work at the Farm Colony :
Williams formerly Miss Martha have to render lard next1'\ Lbs

I E To Convene With I Home Around 40 friends were after We having are sorry a major to report operation that j I I flake head cheese as my hog i.s t RED GRAPES 1 2SC

'piesent. Games were played and be butchered Monday. Whoopee
I E The Christian Church at Hampton I prizes won by Mrs. Melton Mos- Jeff Davis. is in a Jacksonville Fresh side meat and sauerkraut I'HOXE 4114'inmiisiiiiis

her and Mrs. William Fowler. Mrs. hospital.Mr Been making aprons in time'
E SUNDAY: OCT. 31, 1954: I'Williams received many lovelyi and Mrs. Earl Starling and between. Getting things rounded ; :; : ;':: :-:: 2 ROUND Lb.
son of Gainesville visited his mother. .

: 11:00 a.m. Song and Prayer Service I i gifts.. and delicious the hostesses.refreshments Mrs. Mrs. Ka.e Starling Sunday. j
i were served by
,. 11 :15 a.m. Sermon by J. Sherwood 1 I Frank Williams. Mrs. George Mr and Mrs. Clarence Melton
: I and children of Orlando were visit- j Steak ssemn
11 :-15 am Communion I Williams Mrs. Douglas Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal} over;
ing j
t: Noon Haket Dinner I
12:00: |M>S Frank Thomas Mrs. Arnold :
..the weekend.
: 1:15 p.m. Song and Prayer Service 4 :''H.uldock\ and Mrs Merle Parkham. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wynn of A word ofappreciatioll

F: 2:00 p.m. Sermon by Wallace Pomplum of the I Mr and Mrs. R. H Parker of I 1 Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl

t (;Iaines\ile! Christian ChurchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Fl'nt. Mich., arrived in town Sun- Broughton Sunday afternoon. and or BRISKET

&& ,uav pu-ents.in time Mr. for and dinner Mrs. with John her H. children Mr and of Mrs.Jacksonville Tom Lejeuers were Sun-and dedication from S STEW E Lb 11C i

.: ;;: "" ..,,-;._ .;:...?;"""' _'' Jt;: _"".,t1. ,-, ""i ,I ,Paiker.nith. returning They then Monday left for farther night Mrs.thy guests Ike Lejeuers.Mr. of his. parents. Mr. and iI

Sermon Sunday Morning with a truck load of oranges. and I
and Mrs. Carlton Davis and '
were on their way back to Flint LEROY\\C01LINS\ !
children of Perry were visiting in \ Lb
\ morning.
erlTuesday this section over the weekend. CHUCK ROAST 21C
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Hall spent
Church :
First Baptist Hampton Mr. and Mrs. John Moody and "
Sindav at their Floating Island :'childt en visited in Jacksonvilleover am deeply and humbl!> grateful for your expression of confidencein I

'amp on Orange Lake. and were the weekend. me, not only in the primaries,but in many other ways since then.
\I'fnrrr guests of Mr an1 Mrs. C I I.i II Now we must finish the job-together. Voting in the general ALL :MEAT :
IN ONE"By i Mrs. Maude Surrency had a light
"FOUR i K: Pennmgton. i:heart attack Friday but she is election, Tuesday, Not'ember 2, will take only a few moments of Lb

Mr and Mrs. Maior Lamer .>ntetained !feeling better at this writing. t your time. With your help victory is assured. And your help will STEW 37C ,

Pastor Merle Packham :, at a fish dinner Saturdaveveime Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stokes of : continue to be needed after I take office as your Governor. .

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rjark I,Brooker visited his son and daugh-j For only the opportunity to serve is won at the polls. I am

Sunday School 10 A.M Training Union 6:30: P.M I I and children. Patsy and Dennis.Mr I I I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy, determined to make all the people of Florida a good Governor
and Mrs. Griffin and MI'TXET
I Wesley Stokes Sunday. j! a Governor of whom you can be proud. I won't let you down." Lb.fRIDAY. .
Wrd.ight: "HOUR OF POWER" S P.M. I uishtpr: Phyllis. were Sundayncr

I -' suests of Mr. and Mrs. For Good Govern raent Per Your Future For Florida's Future
( Won't lOU join the itS who attended Training Union j \J' T nn Mosher and family. I! FISH 16c

last Sunday night so we may ha\e 160 this week? I VT. and Mrs. Wilcon May of :I TORNADO ZIPPER BINDER*, Don'l fail i. VOTE TUESDAY

I Jesus said: "Occupy till I Come"! Will you be OcI i I .:'1t"ville called on their parents. I I M.50. Just the thing for keeping':

I .cupied for Him this Lord's Day? You ought to be!! I [ 'f, aid Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs ,,"ltur books and other .chool supplies VOTE t for LEROY( COLLH45[

i M Mn, Marcionny Sunday !I securely. Bradford Count
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Bradford High Idle This Week% After Suffering 26-0 Hi-Y Hears District Officer rtm 11"1S Road 16,, England.toke Xewington, Lon--!:-n-ands the-said-which estate- -they--in may the have office against of the I STOP !

You are hereby notinefl mat County Judge of Bradford County I
suit for I"" Florida in the Courthouse at Starke It Is dangerous let tough
Dine and restoration of maidrn Florida. within eight (5) calendar
Beating By Undefeated Columbia High Of Lake CityBradford name months from the date of the first from common cold hong on

has been riled against you In the I publication of this Notice. td'h Chronic bronchitis may develop if
HiK.ve named Court and cause ant claim or demand must be in writing your cough,chest cold,or acute bron-
and must state the of > .
I you. are required to serve a copy 011 i place rt M.denre chins is not treated. Get Creomukioa
High will have one and cost the Tigers 115 yards. to the 11 on four running plays ur answer or pleading to th and post office address of the
i I claimant quick and directed.It soothes raw
and must be sworn to bv use as
more week to recover from the ., Tailback Bobby Sandlin ran, and then passed to Williams over complaint Attorney on T. Frank the Plaintiff Landrilm, ',the claimant his agent, or his attorney -- throat and chest membranes. loosens

licking it received at the hands of passed and kicked his way to a the goal. This touchdown was iz Starke. Florida | or it will become void ai- : and helps expel germy phlegm mildly
cording to law. I
a rugged Lake City eleven last personal victory over Starke. ;called back )by a five-yard penalty. i. i"! file the original in the office I relaxes systemic tension and aids
| 'h.I'itrk of the Circuit Court on i ir This the 20 day of Ol'tob..r..v. :
week. The Tornadoes are idle this Sandlin scored all 26 of Lake City's Five plays later Sandlin scored i.efore the :29 day November, ,1954. > nature fight the cause of irritation.

weekend, but they will face Sea- points whije his powerful line I again from the one. He kicked the .'-f. otherwise the allegation of Signed) Murlf :M. Crews. Creomulsion is guaranteed to pleaseyou
'.1.(1 ComplaintHill be taken as Administratrix or druggist refunds .
I of the Estate of money.CREOMULSION
breeze next at Bradford held to only three first ,,
Friday I .Starke i extra point and the score stood i !"If.5sed b> you S. L. Crews also )Known a*

Park. The Seabreeze game will downs and a scant 20 yards from I 13-0 in favor of Lake City at the This notice shall be published Stafford L. Crews, !>..<.eased. :
mce eden week for four consecutive First n,- 2". 'o;4
publication tobor
"Veteran's scrimmage. .m
feature a Day" program .
Coughs, Chest Colds, Acute tawcsutt
half.In weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph 10 .". 4t 11 !19:
sponsored by American Legion Sandlin scored in all four quarters. the third period Lake f itv i\
!'.u,'(l this :i day of October 1954.OFFICIAL .
Post 56 during the halftime cere- His first score came midway|moved the ball inside of the Starke ( ,SEAL) Charles A. Darb -- ,

monies.The upset-minded Tornadoes I in the first a Starke quarter.punt Lake to their City own returned -j J20 I I Wheeler on runs, and by Ernest Wayne Barnes Jackson Bil! ':\. :M.tuan t.'lerk L. Crobby of the, 10 Deputy Circuit:21 4t Clerk Pour'III". Sell It Rent It Trade It

were plowed under by the vicious j I Sandlin took over and climaxed
46 yard line. Gene Williams ran
play of Columbia High's Tigers. the attack with a two-yard score \OTICK TO _1PPEAUIn
23 yards to the Starke 35 and j WITH A TELEGRAPH
firroit (Court Bradford County, CLASSIFIED.
The Tigers found the officials more Ion fourth down. Sandlin's extra
then Sandlin passed to Williamsfor Florida i In Cham-cry. I
troublesome than the Tordano defense -I i I point kick was good, and the score .I I,,) Curtis, Armstrong Plaintiff 1
as untimely penalties called eight more yards. Sandlin was 20-0. \ William P, Armstrong Defendant \- : Low Rates Good Results Easy To Plah*

!moved the ball to the two yard I Case No. 10-TJ6
back four Lake City touchdowns Early in the fourth period Bar- .Notice To AppearTo 1 1:
three He
line on running plays. William Me
: P whose
I nes returned a Charles Kirkland Armstrong. I
I scored on the next play, but iti ; Officers of the i evidence and address u6908: Seminole j EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2eDISCOUNT
punt 45 yards for an apparent BHS HIdub pote1th T. Aubrey Morse, eeoutUe \- Avenue Jacksonville, Floi-
was called back as Lake City was Ida. OF IS PKR CENT OV TWO OR MOBK tA KRTIOSMe
i |score, but the play was called I secretary of the Florida District of Y3I.C.A. Standing (1 to r)
.offside. On the next play Starkewas You are hereby notified that a
the |back on a roughing the kicker pen- are: Edwin John, JoAnn Smith (sweetheart) Kenneth Elder, Bar- 'suit for : .ADDITION FOR BLIND ADS onUS NOT PlD IN \D\'ANCEMEMORIAMS
ground was
offside i Divorce cu"tOOcontrol
,alty. bara Pre\att, (sweetheart), and Raymond Stefanelli. Seated i andI
)regained. Finally Sandlin plunged are support of minor child
WANTDIAM I over for the score. |1 A few minutes later Barnes hit Morse, Charles Kirkland, Townsend Strickland, and Dr. C. J. Houpt, I!has been filed against you in the CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

end Lynwood Pueschell with a 48- club poAsor.. !above named Court and cause and (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)
Near the end of the second you are required to serve a copy of
i yard to the Starke
pass six yard
your answer or pleading to the
a i
Lake City
quarter .line, As the Tigers fought down complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I -
Starke fumble on Starke's 30 I Alan' C. Winter. Jr..
to the Tornado goal, Gary Garner T. Aubrey Morse, executive sec- who introduced Morse! to the !

A yard line. Sandlin carried the ball (was taken out of the game for un letray of the Florida District of gioup. I SOS Florida. Florida Title Building Jacksonville. i A. J. Thomas Starke Fla. FOR SALEHomes

I sportsmanlike conduct and Starkewas the Y.M.C.A., spoke to the BHS Refreshments were served fol- !.:of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on : HIS "

penalized two yards to their Hi-Y club on the work of the lowing the meeting by Mrs. W. I or before the I FOR SALE !

FOLEY SHARPENED SAWS !lone yard line. Wayne Jackson Hi-Y and what the Hi-Y stands Smith and Mrs. Claude H'j:.otherwise 29 day the November allegations. 1954.of; said Under ConstructionIN

C4II FaMr, C..r, foaM !plunged over for a score; but it lor at a special meeting Tuesday I mothers of the club's sweethearts Complaint will be taken as confessed .,, Two bed room dnelllnKly r..at- STARKE'S

J i was to be Sandlin's night and night. I Punch and cakes were served. I by you. 'I! completed 00 fret oBtUdr city NEWEST ,
This notice shall be publishedonce limit Modern eunvealence*. H SUBDIVISION
Tooll save time and effort ,Jackson's score was called tack by Morse talked to the Hi-Y club Historian Jan Mundorff took Pictures -, each week for four consecutive j! acre of land. Ideal for retirement -

I when your saws have been ''a penalty. Two plays later Sand- members their sweethearts. theii j jI of the event for the Hi-Y I graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I i, loa;. V or rare for poultry bargain and at M.SOO.OO.gardrn- I Pine haven

I sharpened M our precision ,tin tallied on a nine-yard run to crap book. The clut keeps a Dated this 26 day of October, 1954. I
I parents and several teachers The
maehine. All teeth are mad make the score 26-0. 'I scrap book to record the projects I' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ': 40O feet choice< loratloa for WITH ALL THKSK FKATl'RES
Clerk of the Circuit Court motel or other. commercial en-
'meeting was called to order '
uniform and accurate Garner captained the Tornadoes by ;uid activities ot the club for use : fly Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk terprUr on "toll high dry Ia.... Insulated Roof Furred Wall.

just like new. Fridav night for his last game in'i i Charles Kirkland club president n future years. ;i 10/29 4t 1119In beautiful tree*. Huj to Improe Aopbalt Miadom Tile Fitter Jalousie
I I and Doorn, Hat M'lter
or for resale at profit on ineetniri.i. -
You'll b. a BHS uniform. He will undergoa 'the County Judj.urt.. In and I l'rlc ,:aoo.oo.I'our i Heater and Sink, Fall Bath, Tar
MYF Washes For Bradford County. }Florida Port*. thy I tlllCi..., AVeoded
pleased with throat operation this week that Cars To Raise FundsrTL
: In Prohate. fholee building iota In i Lots, Clone to Srliool. ('..arC'la..e.nd
our speedy :. will keep him out of action for the ,l\ 1:1Th... ESTATE ..f S L. fit) of Marke $ii4M>.(N> rarb Banlaemi Dixtrirt
service and rest of the season. i KK\\S, aNo known aSTF-'
I J1:1'i L CIK\\S: ; Icascd Mre cozy' home very nirrl< ) 23
with your easy Bradford High's marching band %OTICK TO CHEDITOUS furnished beautiful groundx. Will be the !at day to inspect
I i'gave a sparkling performance duijing '- 1 .I.I'T.i ." i.i I ill.. CM it I.. of !S. | abundance of fruit and ornamental I
cutting saw. ".. I Km,HII .Maffoid: I.. Crew, tree.. If you desire a I 2-Bedrootn Model Home
: I /: the half-time ceremonies. The .1 'i 1 .1' IHIII"I I"\ iiutititil 1 and boiur in !Starkr' thIs U it.

I gAll band gave its "Salute to Sousa" in .|"i,1,1 ti, 1,1 li .11\ lain: .'- l.I' Ii"-i Fill FlNANtI\U
I I Fur thror and other bargains 2 Bedrooms JTXtO $.1.>0
honor of National Sousa
Saws Re-Toothed ; DUMB, 9S35: CluNidic ('outs. MontaIf .
:Twirler JoAnn Smith appeared to 1 CALL Payment S4U.70.
I And Filed HIBISCUS :
,be the special favorite of the spectators :3 Bedroom ,, .OOO $400
I All Hand Saws 50c i I A. J. THOMAS DUMB, *:250: ("Io ios ('0"111. Hoath-

-- 165 N. Water St Ph. 414-W IIKUTOH ly rajuieat (IT.(XI.

ALSO SHARPENALL j STATISTICS SPECIAL I\ M Temple '%e. Telephone 214 Nothing else to pay. Purduise
Starke, Florida

LOYETTS AD Knives, Scissors Etc. First downs 3 It 4 & RADIOS REPAIRED pleted.

All l New Equipment i, Yards rushing 20. 245 COLORS All Hake All Model I See Joseph D. Warren

In Next Weeks Yards passing 0 77 -teaconable chargedCIIAS. guaranteed
Paper I
Total yards 20 322 HI I fOJ W. Tall St. Stark Ph.j.NKW 2311 O. Box 787 Tele 415-W

-p Starke Nursery I Starke
1 Passes intercepted by 1 2 AND I SKI!) PIANOS FOR I
'c j SAI.} reasonable, liberal I trade-in
I i Yds. intercep. returns 5 ;ii !d- Mrs. Ruby Johns i i allow, .In...., no delivery charge. I i iKasj 60 ACRES improved pastur". l 1':0;

i Punts 6 :2 terms arranged. Write to .bearing pecan trees. 2 duelling-.
-. I J. <; 1,0 ITadtoid: I.) Telegraph numerous out buildings water
Avg. dist. punts 27 38 i fitrhg 10i /:!!! Mipnlj' plentiful with auto elu.

TONIGHT ENJOY I Yds. punts returns 19 12 i pumps $25,01)0ntc ,r I.o t... 1 II
] : 1 5 IS. 2. Box 51. Surke (lraiifuid ('o. I
I The Office CatS Electric Motors t1hgLfrT
Avg. dist. kickoffs 45 29 Members of the Methodist senior young people's group \\ashed
i 1 Y3s kickoff returns 39 14 cars Saturday in order to raise funds to purchase materials to build A '1' S"We're : : REWOUND AND lOl'RCATTLK

Specialty Q Fumbles :2 1 a $500 cabin for a Methodist Youth Camp in Cuba. The seniors and SERVICEDSmall SALES AMI HOGS
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Fumbles! lost 1 1
j II intermediates arc conducting a series of projeits to raise the $500. I Lisp Oak HackVedaedar:
!, Penalties 5 11 (;iaiae illle Karh Friday
of the House
Appliance Repair -
Yds lost penalties 42 115 TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS
Presbyterian Men General Machine Work
'IS rings, $1.50. Bradford ('ountyTel-j POll KENT-Furnished apartment

.4 i Home Demonstration Have Barbecue SupperThe egraph. I Ii i. S one ing bedroom porch. and large glas.sed-ir living Bleep room.

i i kitchen and dinnette Ui Southat.
Council Has 'Know men of the First Presbyterian -I'I. ('Iri-qlt ('uur(, Bradford ('oant,. All Work GuaranteedReasonable; or apply at Tuck s Auto
Broiled Beef Tenderloin : | ?:orl.ln; In rimni-erT. % j I Rates fafrtf
Church held their monthly Donald I fl. I.am-, Plaintiffs. I'.iiliara .
Your County' ,
ProgramThe ;I, V l..mc. I rfn<1.int. I S WHITE WAITRESS WANTED -
I I I meeting in the church school I Oa.No, 11-?.",:> ,, New Klngaley I'.ea.-l tf

STEAK 1.95 Home Demonstration Coun-i building Thursday Oct. 21, at I Order Of I'nMlrntlon *ndotlre 'laApprnri I RED SEALI
Star Of Florid Tnt I IHarliara FOR SALE-SO acre farm with modern
tv Council held its all day meeting ,," p m. After enjoying a delicious I' \'. I-an>. uho e residfiur working day and I house, 1 mile North of Law--

: FRENCH FRIED POTATOES C Tuesday at the Community Centerin supper' of barbecued spareribs' with i!and Heights address Mainland.!b:: MiO :Oth St.. Capitol!j night to make our 75th An- I ELECTRIC & MACHINE Humphreys try on U. S.New 301.Highland within mile Plant.of

FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD Brooker, the Brooker club be- I all the trimmings, the president j I You are required to appear on niversary Issue the biggestand 'I SHOPF. See owner \\". U. Striikland. tfchg

ing hostess. I Rudolph Sink. presided over the '.Nov. 29. It34! :; in the above named I best
ever published by
I'Court and cause wherein plaintiff FOR RENT-Four room furnished
Roquefort or French Dressing; Hot The group sang "America" and |business of the evening. 1|seeks di'orce.Badford I The Telegraph. We believe : \.', GRAUDON house, 301 S. Water St. lip

Rolls and Butter Mrs. Atbie Harley, spiritual chairman : Secretary M'xon reported that County Telegraph shall it will be issue will
I. publish this Order In next tour { an you I Owner, Manager FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely
gave the devotional. :Team 1, headed by the president. weekly! issues. < read and enjoy for weeks. furnished electric kiuhen. Duo-

Mrs. E. L. Cox, council president is leading Team 2, headed by W. Witness mr hand and official Meal > 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 Therm heater. Middle age lady
[ at Stark., Florida this 25; (Oote.bf i I I1S54. and then put away for the F or couple only. Mrs L. M Clark
directed the activities of the busi- j I 1. Jackson by a score of 21-19 in : \ Starke, }1a.i Take left road at 'all St. bridgeit

ness session by selecting a nominating -;the fall attendance contest. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I grandchildren. To avoid is now being pawed Descent
j 1I | As Clerk of said Court disappointment later reserve i FOil SALK-New S x 8 x 18 Concrete Road. I mile to my sign. RI. 1 t.
committee to present the i Rev. W. S. McAUIey, pastor of : Rv Marian L. Crosby. Depntv cl"rh I blmk. 18i Cement J1.40 per Box *-('. tfchg
!I ('has. J U II..' I extra copiesnow bag. Mortar :Mix 11.25
new slate of officers at the next dis- !' 201 Ouararty Life your per bag.
I i i the church led the group in a ,,iRldg., Jacksonville, Florida. I !" I Bradford Enginermg Co., phone
meeting in January. The new ;,cussion i of the church )budget and Atty.s, fr IMf. 10/29 4t 11/1:1 : q* Stark If

year books were distributed to the ,in a comparison of the budget of I:1----NOTICE TO APPR\R ;, Bradford County 'j'' FOIl SALE-One 8 foot General i I SARATOGAHEIGHTS

members and Miss Dorothy Ross, 1954 with that of 1913. I I.. ('Ir'uItwurt.. Bradford ('...t,,: Electric Refrigerator two years j
Home Demonstration Agent explained -' "...tot.1 '" ehiiiieer' I old. See Clyde Sinclair at Slade
12eLtj2LLJtaJLtTemple Attendance at the meeting was I.yliane !Sihulman Lampert Plaintiff TelegraphPhone I Has ('... 2tp 10/2 I;
the survey "Who's Who" : made \s Samuel 1 K:. Laiiip.rt. Defendant :
and are
good, plans
'row\ being conducted in the clubs. ,'a-;.. I 11)-; ,>itoiler ""OR RENT-I'nfurnfsr-ed) bouse.! In- '!
Ave. (U. S. 301)) : for the next meeting on Nov. 18. To Appear 29 quire at Bus Station. tf .
The program was "Know Your T',' s.iniii.'I! I It La 11I11"1'1. ivhi',t'

rYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTCarnival County." After the luncheon, the THANK YOU i.-d..ui.and additss is '7 F<1ul- ('O('>THV (IHKII hAMS !

STOHD toured the broiler plant of FOR 'S\I.K" ;!,
: !the Biham Enterprise Inc., which thank everyone who voted in ,, VETERANS

Mrs. T. W. Markey had arranged.Bill ,the run-off City Election and helped ,\< V01M I'IO.AND i'l.tXo LESSONS:
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE :NIX: laluniK III adull anu pie- ,
Bigham was the guide and settle all controversies in the '-,. hool tgr pupils Rental accor- SI00.00 CASH DOWN
showed the ladies the houses of good American way To those who ..tllat.at reahuiiable ::'
Get Set For the better Fall i.it,., ('lasses Thursday and Satm -
white chickens at the different supported me. I am deeply grateful PAYMENT
la Kr- Call
Programs Now Coming l > at > -.l' i stapes of growth and the many : to my worthy opponent and on17inch flITH. I II.,. Kt>sine Heights, llr.s. J. 1... .
'..iliumKarleioii.! "'Ia. flu! ,1 l/Z'
I best
I interesting details of how they his supporters give my I %ll tarrr-brdroom maxoar?

are fed and watered mass production and the assurance that we will all \\ I i. .\ACCKPTIXU: ; applications ) home. With or without car-

work together as friends for a 1'1! a .part tinn- representative to purl, storage room, rrramlc
I stvle do redit reporting in Starke and i tile window kllln and bath.
He said that the birds weigh ,better Starke. There is truly a lot \ RADIO vRiIluty on fee basis Reply by I Kitchen. e\haunt fa am. raarreterlbbonii

around three pounds at 10 weeksof 'that needs to be done to improveour mail. Hating age. background, aad apron Klrrtrlfkitchen
)1.iisire a or employment record and equipment optionaL for
age and the success they have Cit> and all of you can counton AND I'.tsrju d<.tivilie,.. Car e.st-ential further details call 214.
their me to help at all times F fl:> 'HX| or semi-retired persons al- ;
with the birds depends on I t Salesman oaro..d... from 5:00
>" i ''ii'.idcred.| Reporting Manan -
management practices. The amount W. H. (Bill) Noegel TELEVISIONSales I i I'. I unn and Uradstreet Inor <'. P.M. until dark each day.
i'ost rue" fbi :206. jackson-
nt feed consumed by a house of I
,1110-. Kla 3tchg 11/12
birds is tremendous between LAWSON EXPRESSES: "" I 6 i 1 *I I *B A. J. THOMAS. Realtor

THANKS TO VOTERS Foil S.-\Ll--f acre fertile
400-500 pounds of feed. Th air open
AT TVMahogany i.uul t>4i ft. frontage on Highway :304 Temple .%se. Telephone 214STAHKF. I
conditioning construction of the Words cannot express the deep 179.95 and Service \HI! 1 4 miles north of Starke. Five..1 I Ii"
i house, barn .' .
houses! was interesting ton. '', 'm garage poultry i 1.\
gratitude that I feel for the splendid : huiiM2:! orange, 10 Japanese :

I The ladies were amazed at the vote given me in the special 224 N. Ave. 1"'r>llIIm..n', 7 plum. trees. Kt. 1.1
Temple PHONE
ease with which the birds are. 166 SarkeFIOIda i i I I.x ::4. I_iwte>. J.cST-Il'd leather bill fold in CSO
Oct. 26. I
DUCKYSWALKAWAY election of Tuesday Imilding. Finder may keep
cared for.After 'accept your decision as a vote of =. SKKKKHNC:: CABINS reasonable money, but please return bill fold
leavinff the broiler plant.ROml' confidence service as I liuiuire Mulligan Ranch. and other contents to Mary Agnes
in my your It'Mrt 1 lOll :South; 2tp Ii ';5; Matthews at school or to Bradford -
j of the ladies went by to see
.City Councilman and I assure you : County Telegraph it
the "sink hole" and admire nature's that I will continue my efforts in 'KOI! ttl-XT-lnp two room cottage
: 1 with bath and front porch onI FOU SALE Oood quality Angus
work.Everyone. behalf of a progressive program. I I Park St )Ir!'. W. N Johnson!' I Baby Reef slaughtered for Home
SUNDAE I felt had learned'. Freezer .
they at the same time protecting the ,, Uchg Reasonably prued.j
J'hone :2SS.;; K. ,
j Doyle C'I n..r. tf 'hn
i a great deal about Brooker and'I I
interests the to the
of taxpayers Fl pS: :'AJ.l-- pring!' and mattress .
are anxious to continue this "Know best of my ability. The large ,ii'o :2 livmeroom chairs. Z lCliiinb FOR LY.-tlt'.rlf' Incubator GOO
at future ) s}[ I'ho-it- !61-W lip eexs Young ducks }1 50 female,
Your Count Program" : turnout at the polls was most $2 big mainWanted JukeBox.

Reg. 20c onn<'il meetings which will be!::gratifying and wish to thank ea>'hand >1(1! ; T 1\II Y EARXIXOS for man See Bob Hammond at CitieServire ,.
of the \'. .r in strilmte Nationally I Station at the .StateFarmirs
C heLl! in other parts county.
one of for interest -
every you your
.''l tinscilatkini Products in Market in Stark. Upi
ValueFRIDAY I 0 in coming out to vote :s'iikf X" -3tpTieifrp or invest- I /
i f... Mrs. Jewell Rosier Sincerely. ... modern .
IF. I: i --.I -h"f >' und onveniences justrorntxJ e- t
I Ewell Lawsonb i 'i- r.-- fill "r part time \\'rll.Ir .. in-i II Dies In Starke -._ \ j' I i.,. '. T". nr 11. Th 'i.' i v'|,it-! MnF.. /Saul*. I.
(-pt51 "
_' 1 I t\ itr, ",- ;,aiiM: : .'niphis I,I r. M. Vah'.n. l'hon.I'--\ '
Following Childbirth : T. Up iff tig t
I! AND SATURDAY ONLYMtottong W. C. T. U. "7 in
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I Funeral Sencesill be held to-. -- I

: /f < _o'Yi It\oInow at 3 p.m. for Jewell Edwards CATTLE AND: PIGS PROTECTED -

III Rosier 23, at Conner Ceme- .-DR. ANDREW C. IVY. A ,

"I tt'.y.! Mrs. Rosier died in Starke; PROFESSOR AT TilE UNIVER- Life-Time Fence-Master Gates

11'11'I ot her third child. MEAT PORK. AND POULTRY for all clasa ot land and irpet,

I!, i I Mrs Rosier is survived by her. PRODUCERS WOULD QUICKLY STRONGLIGHTDURABLE 4 01 where biuiocu yearly plam hundreds amviog of Utouundi(rum every ol I

'ii!, I'I husband and three children. ERADICATE ANY: TOXIC GUARANTEED FOREVER AGAINST Catalog circulated by advertising in over 500 nnitpapen. on highway
tIiEiIil Funeral : I signs and through SI ROUT Big Crt> OfUcv LIST your property t
llil1 arrangements are in. AGE. WHICH WOULD PRO- I. ROT- WARP NOW and enjoy the brocfit of STROUT'S fuocttful National I

,' : Charge of Key-fcCabe Funeral 1 .DUCE AS MUCH DISEASE. -.. .' SIROUT adrnoing SH.IS pmgraio nuiicd at no fireSTROUT addrtjonal. cost NO SAU NO TAV. a booklet. HOW' tt

,1 II II | Home of Jacksonville. ,CRIPPLING ..AND: : MISERY REALTY AGENCIES A \

lill I TIlE RIGHT POINT for the ,. ) CHICKENS; ALCOHOL : STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone : World's Largest Officst Coatt-to-Cocst gfajcft 1900SEE. \

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