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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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! Tornadoes Face Seabreeze At Bradford Park Tonight,




,I Special Half time Program Slated For Starke VeteransBradford COUNTY TELEGPH



High will go into action be devoted to a special program in I I Bandmaster Gay A. Rimert said

after a week's layoff tonight honor of war veterans for Armis- :the band will play such army Official County Publication Established In 1879

(Friday) against Seabreeze of tice Day which has just recently songs as "When Johnny Comes

Daytona Beach at Bradford Park. been re-named Veteran's Day and :Marching Home," "Tramp, Tramp, -- -- -SEVENTEEXCircuit -- -
VOLUME SEVENTY-SLX STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 195-1 NUMBER
Seabreeze is fresh from an Impres- American Legion Week. The Boys Are Marching," and ..

sive 12-6 win over Bolles, and I Taps.
Coach James Hobbs said that last I The National Guard will lend a
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week's team was greatly improved I tank and other weapons to the Court Has Renews Tax

over the team that lost to P. -' -' a- .---:;,. performance, veterans in the City Property
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K. Yonge, 21-19, earlier this year. sta.ndsill be honored, and Chaplain ,

Both teams have 4-2 won-loss J. A. Burris Veterans Ad. 7 Criminal Cases I I

records, and P. K. Yonge has been ministration Hospital of Lake City,

their only mutual opponent r.. '" '. J. will give the benediction.
'Tax Free' Era
Starke beat P. K. Yonge 2012. .;(\ ". Probable starting line-up for Ends Long

Coach Hobbs said that Edwin G",. .". ;....:4s ... '". ''"s'.w the Tornadoes will be James Har- On Trial DocketSeven

Johns will be shifted back to his .! : : rell. left end; Jimmy Weldon, left -

old left and tackle; Edwin Johns, left guard
guard position Jerry ; '

Lawson will play right tackle in Harold Beasley, center; Kenneth for the fall cases session will of be the on Circuit docket I Extra Revenue Needed To FinanceCity's

an attempt to plug up the gaping Elder, right guard; Jerry Lawson,
which will begin proceed-
Court
hole left by the loss of Gary Gar- right tackle; Townsend Strickland,
ings Monday at 10 a.m. Five of: Current Improvement ProgramThe
jier. right end; DeWayne.Elder, quar-
Hobbs said Garner was undoubtedly terback; Sidney Jackson, left the cases are for non-support, one< s.s

one of the best linemenin I half: Clifford Martin right half: case is for breaking and entering.
establishment, and one< economic strain caused by Starke's rapid growth
a gambling
the conference and and Clark, fullback.
"you just Stanley
don't replace men like Gamer." r Starke shouldn't lose any games case is for breakilg and entering.W. Strike finally proved too great for the city's old pocketbook and the

A. Bessant and Kenneth Bag City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to return ad
The veteran ,lineman, had to quit! \by extra points this year. David :
football to undergo a throat opera ra f Hurst, who used to kick extra well are charged withmaintain- valorem property taxes as a means for getting additional

s I points barefooted at the University ing a gambling roomand having Halts Ate' y revenue.

tion.Johns has been playing the right of Florida, is interning at Bradford -,control of a room where gambling, (City Clerk Carl Johns was instructed to make some arrangement -

tackle spot on offense and Lawsonon i High this year, and he has i specifically "poker" permitted. with County Tax Assessor Gene Long for obtain-
Charles Klrkland does
defense, but now both men will most of !been helping the Tornadoes with Leonard Griffis Jr., 16, was 'Work'On ing a city tax roll. The city will then balance its needed in-

assume fall time assignments.Friday's the punting chores for Bradfordlllh'8 I coaching on extra points and other turned over to the Circuit Court come against the tax roll to determine the millage rate.
halftime will Tornadoes this year. Theron A. Yawnon
ceremony (Ithings. by Juvenile Judge The move ended four years for

a breaking and entering charge. Starke as a "tax free city," but

Judge Yawn said that treatment Voters In Favor the city has currently been unableto

County Commissioners Receive Petitions Complaints I as a juvenile apparently had not Schools make any headway toward ex-

.corrected the boy. panding its facilities on current in-


Requests, And Bills On Current Road Building Program Industrial 1952 Griffis and was School 1953.sent for to He the Boys was Marianna in 1948 sent,i Of Countywide come.the Starke Florida borrowed Bank at$25,000 Starke from last


there in 1953 for stealing $400 I II week to meet current expenses

As in recent meetings, matters I middle of his property and that, ; jail on a charge of non-support I from the Bottom Dollar store in Two pickets patrols new construction at Bradford Elementary'No Fence'LawBradford and the city plans a bond issue

connected with the current $1,000- : if it is not continued further his I was about to have a baby, and Starke.. School this week in the first union labor strike in Starke's history. soon to finance its improvement

000 road building program in progress i farm will be flooded in the rainy j I that the county will have to bear He is presently charged with Only previous labor trouble here was a WPA "sit down" strike many program. City expenses have Increased -

occupied most of the attention season. The Board told him thatit the expenses, as she is indigent.A breaking and entering into the years ago.Labor. County's voters "sat with the new paving program

of the Board of County will see that the ditch is extended. petition, presented to the rear of Barksdale's DepartmentStore this one out" Tuesday, as the new subdivisions and the

Commissioners in their monthly .. Board by Troy Bennett, signed by last week.Nonsupport issue-less General Election enticed new hospital. The City is already

meeting on Monday in the courthouses Dr. A. Y. Covington director various land owners in the Water I charges have been. Strike Halts Construction\ ork only 22 per cent of the registered laying large amounts of sewer and
Bradford voters to the The
Health polls.
County Dept.reported Oak area requested that the Boara made against Eddie Lee Hampton I I percen- water line for the two new sub-

Soon after the meeting was to the Board that gutterson have a drainage ditch about 1 1-2. Ernest! Bolton }Harold Crawford, :I tage was probably near an all- divisions, and it will soon begin

opened with prayer led by Rev. the Health Dept. building are miles long dug to help drain that James E. Webb, and Lewis Crews. time low for the normally vote- laying sewer line for the hospital
Schools And
rotted and need On Supermarket .conscious
W.. S- McAliley, pastor, First immediate repair area. The Board discussed the, County county. Starke is also in the market for

Presbyterian Church, and minuteswere before: additional damage is proposal, mainly the difficultiesof Those voters that did go to the I one or two new power generators,

read and approved, a petition done. The Board instructed Clerk getting a 40-foot right-of.way First Cold Snap I I polls gave an overwhelming man-. and the Councilmen agreed Tuesday
Starke's first recorded union employees.
78 presentedby Charles A. Darby to have the cleared of trees I date for the adoption of a county to make bid
with signatures was work done. and brush to labor strike halted work on all I I Hope told the School Board Mon- a on two second-
W. R. Cook as follows: enable a drag-line to operate.It Causes Heavy wide "no fence" law for Bradford hand generators in New Bern, N.
that the not
The 'Board school buildings and at the newSetzer's day strike was a re-
approved the pur- County. The vote was 1,101 to C. Several officials
"That the County hard surfacea was brought to the attentionof City inspectedthe
chase Supermarket this week. sult of a wage dispute, but ratheran
miscellaneous
road leading from State Road the County of Agent supplies by'I the Board tl1t several landowners Crop DamageJack The A. F. of 1... carpenters and attempt to force him to employa 135 in favor of the measure which generator this summer, and
amounting to
would the al
200 just south of B. T. Thomas's $15.71 and also the along the way of the Law- brick masons struck in support of union shop. He said the closed mean fencing of they agreed that they would be
purchase of cattle in the The vote
Truck Stop and running in a two binders for the clerk's tey-Kinssley Lake Road, who Frost apparently rode into non-union electricians employed by shop was illegal in Florida, and county. highly desirable if purchased at a

southeasterly direction through for $93.00 and office had back in 1941 deeded. Florida on the Hallowe'en witch'sbroomstick I subcontractor Jim Hope ElectricCo. that he would not give in to the was taken as a guide for Rep. bargain price. The Council agreedto
$18.50
for
pages Doyle E. Conner, and Conner will send
Lincoln City for a distance of for the binders. land for the road, now and he forgot to leave< of Gainesville. Pickets appeared unions in this matter. Hope representatives to a public
1 1-4 miles.. This is a mail! route wanted their land back inasmuchas presumably introduce a Bradford sale of New Bern's equipment on
when she banished for another at all job sites Monday traveled to Tallahassee yesterday
The was I
County received bill
a from
I County "no fence" bill in the next Nov. 16.The .
and needed road"The the road has been built
badly the Clay Electric Co-op for $904.50 along year. morning and picketing has con- i to confer with Gray.

Board accepted the petitionand covering the, cost of removing their a different route and is thereforenot He has been hard at work tinued at some of the school sites Morgan said that if the strike legislature. Councilmen also agreed to

filed it tor further. action on power lines from the right-of-way needed for that purpose. throughout the county this week, throughout the week. I is over wages, it will probably be Circuit Judge George L. Pattea I look into the purchase of some
led the ticket the ballot type ditch machine
of to
on regular digging
and :"h'lf fu dl'are available along Road S-231. After discus- The answer supplied by County and has succeeded in stirring up I A representative of the elec- I settled shortly after Hope's con- with 921 votes. He was followed ;expedite the paving of city streets.

County Agent George Huggins. sion, the Board instructed the Attorney Hollis V. Knight was a pretty severe "cold snap" for I tricians told School Supt. HarmonP. ference with Gray. If it is oth4
with 891 votes Water lines have to be
Conner lowered
'reporting; to the commissioners on Clerk to return the b'll. togetherwith that if the land was deeded to the this time of the year. The temeratij're Morgan this week that the I reasons, there is no quick solution closely by on
and U. S. Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews moat of Starke's streets before the
agriculture in the? county, stated a letter requesting- that thebillgaccompantgd State then it will\ be a complex continued to fall near the I strike was called because Hope refused in sight .
with paving
8S8 votes. can proceed.The
that there is a general swing overjromnow'.cropst With of problem! for the owners to regain freezing mark nightly during the to pay the prevailing wageof
proof I Morgan: said the school systemhas .. motion to adopt ad valorem
more-hmphved; -ht-ot-wav ownership. pojtesslon. He...a4dd that ,if the early part of the week and it slipped S3-fl-hour.' lie cited a letter All of the Democratic candidates
in the taxes was made Lucian Hazn
by
no part dispute except
pastures "and more livestock. He Commissioner B'ahop' told the land was simnly deeded to the below freezing in most areas from Secretary of State R. A. I were elec.ted without opposition.

reported that more and more Board that a well, which had been I County then there should be no on Wednesday and Thursday morn- Gray stating that $3 was the pre- ;that it wants the buildings com- The candidates received the following s"tt after seconded discussion by W. T. Jackson
a of the
farmers are having soil tests dug for the county, had not pro- ( problem at all. ( ings.Farmers vailing wage. I!pleted as fast as possible. He said vote: The income from Starke's city'sfinances.

made through his office. luced water at 119 feet and that I Knight also advised the Boardthat i in various parts of the Gray fails to state in the letter ,the contractor, Gosset and Parker, Governor Leroy Collins Glennl; I nower and water services will be

Bob Crawford, who lives on the is the well contractor had guaranteed all contracts have been let county report crop loss due to exactly which workmen he referred I would be forced to take some sort supreme Court Justices -
tied in
Rosier Road, appeared before the to produce water, he would I!on all Bradford County road jobs, frosts. County Agent G. T. Hug- to under the $3 an hour i I of action if the strike continued. Ferrell. 774; Harold L. Sebring I pram up and the the taxes improvement will be neededto pro-

Board to protest that the con- not be paid.. j I and that everything possible was gins said he had no accurate esti- classification. Hope says he pays I for a long period of time. The 751; and John E. Matthews, 793; help with the general

tractors working on that road had The Board was told that the b"'ng done to get work orders issued mate on crop damage, but he felt! the prevailing wage, and that the''I II firm would probably seek a new Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- '>f the city. operation

dug a ditch which stops in the wife of a man now in the county to speed the work. the cold weather was too early to $3 an hour does not apply to all .subcontractor_ for electrical work. phree 737; Railroad and Public
---- The Council
affect strawberry plants but thatit Utilities Commission Wilbur C. also reappointedJames

did damage late plantings of!Auzzie W. Sweat Marine Air Reserve I King. 801; and Jerry W. Carter, A. Lewis as chairman and
,
Jaycee Committee Smiles At Container Barbecue Lewis in turn re-appointed the
I vegetables.In 797; County Commission E. L
Died Last Week Holds Weekend Drill other
Councilmen to
Appointments MadeThe the Pine Level area Fred I Crawford, 846; and Jessie R. their present
Ir y I committee
M Haislop reports the loss of about r for Chastain 798; Board of Public posts.
The drill
I I Auzzie W Sweat, retired Jacksonville regular monthly The Council
Bradford County Junior ,, 100 bushels of Crowder peas, and I I members Marine instruction Dan W. Starling,t acceptel applications -
of Fighter Squad-
Chamber of Commerce met last rtq Nt ,,,: H. H. Lewis lost a planting of I policeman, died suddenly ron-144 Jacksonville's Marine Air 819! ; Ethan A. Sapp, 815; and H. A. for appointment to the police

at the Starke I squash which looked "as if .hotwater I at his home near LaCrosse Saturday I Lawson 813. Department. At the request of
night (Thursday) II Reserve, will be performed on Sat- Police Chief W. E. Thornton and
Armor)'. The chapter discussed i had been poured over them." I afternoon. He had served on urday and Sunday, November 6 The "no fence" law received its Mayor J. R. Wainwright, the Council -

several of its current projects, I I Huggins said the cold weather the Jacksonville police force for and 7, at the Jacksonville Naval strongest; support in New River; replaced E. L. McKnight with
and President Jack Detweiler made'' nipped the sweet potato vines, and where the votes were 22 "for" and
announced
over 20 years before retiring 10 Air Station, it was by Earl F. Miles. The charge will
committee appointments. r fit farmers will now begin digging "against." It received 10-to-!
Lt. Col. Dale M. Leslie, the squad- "one into effect
Saturday.
mt the potatoes. He said the tips years ago. 1 I in North Starke and go
Members reported in total donations ron's commanding officer. support R. F. Demorest
was re-appointed
He born in Baker County on
to turn was
received for the Jaycee shotgun '. of sugar cane began Recently. November was desig- South Starke. 9-to-l support In as Board of BOnd Trustee member
the end brown in some instances, and the I Mar. 17. 1888 to the late O. B. and Theressa 4-to-l
a dance planned for nated as Organized Marine CorpsReserve jawtey sup- and A. J. Thomas Jr. was reappointed
"ChristmasShopping" ane will be ready to cut and grind and Ellen Johns Sweat. Mr. Sweat "ort
of November, and the I I' month throughout the in Brooker, 3-to-l in Hampton City Attorney
tour planned for underprivileged another frost hits it. had made his home in Alachua state by Acting Governor Charley' and 1 1-2-to-l in Graham.. I

children. i He sa'd the frost hit peas, butter I County for the past four ;years. E. Johns. Ii Bradford county voted against

G. J. McGriff Jr. is serving as n F earii. string beans, and squash. I Surviving are one daughter, I The squadron, ready in peacetime ail but one of the amendments to BHS'B' Squad

chairman of the dance committee tru" tendergreens were hurt by Mrs. Ruth K. Mills of Royal Oak I ant PT>urgencies, is endeavor- t".. state constitution, but six out

end Joseph Gray is serving as ne ,-oid. Mich.; and five sisters Mrs. Ida Ing to build its membershir '- f-i' ..f' seven were adopted by thetlltewide Beats Lake City .

chairman of the "Christmas Shop. Sweat, Mrs. Mamie Johns, Mrs. I strength. :Men from 17 to 26 with- vote. I

ping" committee. Standing committee t.S. U. S. Farm Census Annie Saunders, and Mrs. Sally rut prior military service or form- Bradford County voted only to, Bradford High's "B" football

Ver- Anthony, all of Starke, and Mrs ier Armed Forces Personnel are ermit Governor extra 10,
appointments were: I the an squad split pair of football
Charles Begins Here Monday Cora Marlowe of South Bay. lehgiKe: for enlistment in the !( 'I'Ia
non Sapp membership: r--' days to approve or veto b'lls.\ Allof games to t their season's record -

Schaeffer, project; Don Patray. program I(. im)SOX. manager Pulpwood Department Container Corporation Funeral services were held at I|squadron. > the other amendments lost by to two J wins and one defeat
Jack Seimer. activities -' Starting Monday. November 8, irraveside in Conner Cemetery near Presently there are available,sfr rht 'I
youth America (second from left! serves Cecil Whitehead pulpwood | margins.The The "B" squad lost to Chiefiand's'varsity
and G. J. McGriff Jr. treasurer 1 census of agriculture will begin Starke Tuesday afternoon. Rev. ;billets in the Electronics, Mechanrs. -' I'
i
; -I only amendments to lose on last'Thursday by an 18-9
producer at the Corporation's annual barbecue held Wednesday of last
finance. 'n Bradford County under the !B. H. Rawls of High Springs of- Radio. Ordnance, and Aerology
I I 1\ state-wide basis would have pro- score, and |they whipped LakeSty's
II week at Tyler Jones' residence near Brooker. Waiting to be served ,
I i 1'rection of T. H.. Howell, with ficiated.
The rtwOJ distribute I tp+etds. Other assignments will be lihited the use of state funds toav ,. "B" Squad 21-0 this Tues-
are Frank Sauerj! of Chicago (second from right), Container vice I .
a I cix covering various sec-
persons
10,000 leaflets for the Bradford Active pallbearers were P. D. i made at the option of the individual. obligations Incurred in co"i- .
president, and L. 1>. fining! (third from left), a Container field representative. -! 'ons of the county as follows: Reddish, Lawton Crawford, Roy lay.Glen
County Health Department and the section with any oll road extend- I Reddish scored Starke'stouchdown
Bradford County TB and Health Other producers in photo are Bill Powell (right) and L. O. I M';<=s Dorothy Alvarez Hampton- Clemons, Harry Anthony R. 1... To obtain membership or complete nsr into more than thre counties.!i in the Chiefland game, I

Powell (third from lefts. '!raham-Theressa districts: ; Mrs. demons, and Lonnie Crawford. information theM 'and Randall
Association! advertising free X-ravs joining Vote by precinct on the county- Davis added two

that will be available for county 'rarpev F... MeRae. eastern part ot DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof } 'T:ne Air Reserve visit the''"i<1e "no fence" law: [ points for the Tornadoes by tackling :- I

residents this month. t I .'".-'h Starke district; Joseph W. Starke was in charge of ar- :.l"ksonville Naval Air Station, Precinct For Against' a Chielnand back behind the

New club members received t si<:,'Ilpv Brooker di'trict'incenl I rangements. Bldg 901, or call 2-7711, Ext. 728. Lawtey 180 23 goal Chiefjand led 12-0 at the
John south Starke district: II end of
the
) .first half but Starke
last week were: Luke Feeny Jack Wvq *f. Starke 369 31 ,
Smith Lawrence R. Blankenship, Dan Hirlev. western part of S. Starke 258 28 ,came back to outscore them in the
-><'rth Starke district; Sam Mc- r second half.'
James A Green Harry P Kautz. Hampton 66 22
!rev, Lawtey district. I Lamar Shaw scored the firsttouchdown
Ralph P.. Bryan Glenn L Conner Theressa 43 9
The census taken in Bradford
and Rev Jesse E. Sherwood. I New River 22 0 against Lake City oni
"ountv is part of the Sixteenth >x short qua'Herback' sneak. The
,
The club also started a drive SY Brooker 56 12
\ 'f'n"n" of Agriculture which was I score was s<*t up when Lamar ,
for associate members. The first i t. Total 1,101 135
"irw-Wd for tan Act qf Con- Plough bio-- ;ed a Lake City punt I
two associate members were Steve (
ri=* one is taken every fiveear Local Randall Davis made the second
Simmons and T. H. Slade !
to provide sood information W. S. RichardsonDied I touchdown on a 25-yard run. Davis ;

: bout farms and farm people; this Iran off left tackle, cut back to I

Lovett's Plans 'ormation helps farmers their I Here Sunday j the' right, and went all the way for i

.'nre!,enf atives in the povernmen, FFA r the score. J I
Diamond Giveaway William Shepard Richardson 72,
I nd other I. : The I
dealing with third Tornado
SEATED AT LOXO TABLES under the tall pine trees, guests of Container groups y e died! Sunday following a short ill- score came
'arm people. following a sustained drive. Ron- i!
Lovett's Supermarket in Starke enjoy the delicious barbecued chicken and ribs. This annual ness. He was born in Baker County
Howell! urged full cooperation been : : j aid Brown carried the ball over i
plans a special diamond giveawev I event was attended by around 150 personnel and guests of Container -"' to the six enumerators who Boys m Nov. 14, 1881. Mr. Richardson 'for the touchdown.
Saturday morning beginning at 9 i i I was a retired farmer and a member !
I Corporation. will\ seek information at each farm I I. Coaches Joe Hull and Leonard
a m. Genuine diamonds will be of the Baptist Church.
I I I the county, and stressed the fact i egister praised the whole squad i
poured into a bowl with hundreds, Funeral services were held at
:Boy Scouts Attend Children's Committee hat all information gathered is ( for their play against Lake City. !
and in
diamonds Win
of glass persons :I I graveside in South Prong Cemetery -
trirtlv confidential, and released Register singled out end Virgil Lee,
the store will be allowed to draw Court Of HonorSeveral .To Meet Tuesday near Sanderson Tuesday af- ;
"v the Cennis Bureau only the :quarterback Glen Reddish and i
out one diamond.The ternoon. .
I corm of total I Lamar dough for exceptional :
Children's
members of Bov Scout Tr-- nral'f.rdu: 'y
diamonds will be appraised Surviving are two daughters.Urs .
flee of charge by Roscoe Bulling- '!'Troop 70 received awards at a Committee will meet Tuesday. Nova He estimated that the Farm i PrizeStephen J. E. Starling and Mrs. D. ; play. !

j I Court of Honor fir the Alachua at 12 noon. The meeting will "ensns of Bradford County will I ;
ton. the Bond Diamond representative W Westbrook of Lake Garfield:
Methodist R" ake about a month to complete. I Ii Elementary PTA Will ;
held Gainesville' last in the creaUon
in Starke. He will mount I Tvtrc' in : he heM two: sisters. Mrs. Lewis Marr ofrlifchJand

the genuine diamonds and give a I,Thu"'da. Ti-u. and members are urged BUS BtVD PARENTSMEET Ii I Cit and Mrs. Geor f'Loldholtz Meet Tuesday Night ;

.
consolation prize to the holders of IWly Powell received a merit i to attend.i i [ of Olustee; : two half!
badge in swimmin Robert Kelly i I Re" W. S }fcAlilt>v. chairman MONDAY NIGHT I :
the glass diamond sisters, Mrs. Mallie GrifHs of Rat- I The Bradford FTementsry
Judge T. A. Yawn will begin the I'received one in fishing and Harold c the committee said that Rep. T>f'reil1 b" a meeting of the ford and Mrs. Charles Move of School PTA will meet Tuesday !

drawing by pouring the diamondsinto Tyus received one in farm lay-out j jore I E. Corner agrees to Join thelcon'mitt'e Bradford County Band Parents Jacksonville; two half brothers. night in the school cafeteria at i
I Hank Graham was promoted to"rt this week as a representative Kelly, senior, and Aaron Williams, junior, are pictured at .
the bowl. The drawing will : Association at the High: School Wiley Richardson of Winter Haven 7:30 p.m. according to Jack Tra.I .-
class Jan Mun''orff of the Junior Chamber olj the tree contest at the North East Florida Fair in Callahan I
and. re- t planting
last from Saturday. Nov. 6 through t/brary. Monday night, Nov. 8, at and Acie Richardson of Jacksonville wick, president Trawick urges
Saturday. Nov. 13. No child under I lrei"ed Kasrle pams for additional j Commerce. Conner ha taken a.. 4 p m. AH band parents are urged recently. The Bradford High pair took second place In the contest : 11 grandchildren and 16 all parents and teachers of ele-

H is eligible: for the drawing. I merit badges received after hi -"p'interest in Juvenile crime \0\ attend. based on straight rows, speed, and technique of planting. great-grandchildren. mentary school children to attend.
'Eagle award. :legislation.









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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEOBAPH. STARRS. FLOBmA FRIDAY NOVE5IBER 5, IBM_
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Community Church Woment met 'War Arrow' Plays ; .. t -: __:. :". :f' .__- :,. __- __." .-'
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH last Wednesday at 11 a. m., at the\
home of Mrs. John Karges. There At Park Theatre
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD were 16 present, the largest at-
Mon. Tues.
tendance yet. The morning sesesion Sun., I ANNUAL MANAGERS' SALE!
at Starke, Florida, under
Published Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office I
every was given over to the busi- "War Arrow," starring Jeff ,
.
the Act of March 3, 18':9.I
ness meeting and the devotional Chandler and Maureen O'Hara, is1 I

I which was given by Mrs. J. C. playing at the Park Theatre Sunday \ ""'WI"-.
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION \
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ---
MEMBER Detweiler. After lunch the group Monday, and Tuesday.Jeff I
took up the Study Book "Facing Chandler plays the part of ; I
I Now We'll/ Observe 'Veterans Day India." Mrs. McDonald led the Major Howell Brady on special !I l
discussion. Mrs.
Mary Hulen will assignment from Washington, to i
.
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lead in the discussion at the next Chandler's ::::
Texas cavalry garrison. :::
Next Thursday for the first time ments on veteran's rights by pressure groupsin a I =
meeting which will be on Nov. 17. mission is to put down a i
America will celebrate "Veteran's Day" Washington. The Legionnaires are not Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee of Lima, Kiowa Indian uprising. i| -= ? c
rather than the traditional "Armistice Day." concerned primarily with their own members, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chandler enlists the aid of the =:-::: s
Congress authorized the change this year but they look after the fellow confined to a David N. Nelson.Mrs. Seminole Indians which had recently -I ::::::==
So make November 11 a more realistic holi- hospital bed and the dependents of bud- Pat Fraher is ill with flu. been transferred from : :::::
dies who never got a chance to join the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Florida. The transplanted Semi- '; .... sea srosltli

lay.It certainly no longer seems fitting to Legion. Harriet Kelly class held their noies:! apparently had dropped their:,

celebrate the anniversary of Nov. 11, 1918, The Legion places veteran's affairs first regular monthly business meeting warlike ways, and they cooperated ; 'H//ii//IIII"- _
as the first day of everlasting peace. Two among its interests but the posts also takean last Tuesday evening Oct. 28 at with the cavalry for the promise i]

costly wars have been forced upon us since active part in community life. The the home of Mrs. C. T. Parker. cf 15-shot Henry Repeating rifles, Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat O6th
The president, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, land grants, supplies and money. I
to use Legion stresses Americanism, and takes a
then. It is much more appropriate presided. After the business session Chandler fashions the Seminoles ,,
this day as a lasting tribute to the "forgotten special interest in sponsoring good citizen a social hour was enjoyed. Into a guerrilla fighting force. 5c OFF DEAL! CHASE & SANBORN LIMIT ONE

man" in peacetime the American war ship among American youth. The Dorcas class held their While he is at the fort he falls
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veteran. The Jones-Langford-White Post 56 annually business meeting at 3 p. m. in the in love with Maureen O'Hara, wife Lb Can
There's no glory like a her=o's glory when awards medals to eighth graders in home of Mrs. I. B. Tyre with Mrs. of a missing trooper. As CWandler COFFE F 89CARGO

the nation is at war. But when the war Bradford County Schools who have shown A. G. Loudon in charge. went against the post commander's I

is over, most of our fighting men once more outstanding traits of honor, courage i r I wishes on using the Seminoles and I
resume their lives as private citizens. Within scholarship, service, companionship, and I 'Gone With TheWind' against his wishes in love, a hatred BrandPEACHES
whole nation turns to selected I[grows between them. I
a short time the character. The youths are by a

the problems of peace, and the war is soon faculty committee.Post Will Play I ceeds even such present-day gia ts 2/ Can

forgotten.And 56 also sponsors annually a Junior At Florida Theatre"Gone as "Knights of the Round Table E E S .No. 23CASTOR

yet, there are those who can never Legion baseball team. The Legion Junior "Ivanhoe," or "Quo Vadis."
forget. There are the disabled, the widows, Baseball program is the largest organized With the Wind." one of i:

the fatherless children who can never resume amateur athletic program in the world for the greatest motion pictures ever ToRftieve BrandINSTANT
made, will be given new emphasisat
life just as it was before the war. with almost 500,000 boys
teen-age boys par-
of OS
the Florida Theatre Misery
What becomes of these people when their ticipating.Post Monday and Tuesday.The Sunday. COFFEE 4-oz Jar
heroic sacrifices are forgotten? 99C
56 also sponsors two 11th grade magnificent Technicolor
Following World War I it was soon I .
students who attend Boys State in Talla- film version of Margaret Mitchell's L666
learned that the generous post-war Congress hassee every summer. Boys State is part best selling novel, gains added I

began tightening the purse strings on vetran's of a national American Legion program in dramatic impact when shown. on UQKIB M UUrTS.SAM AST ft&NP ARMOUR STARCORNED
benefits as the years of peace wore which the boys learn more about their local, today's larger screens. 12-ozCan

m. Washington was full of pressure groups state, and federal governments. The all-time box office hitbrought I BEEF 39C
ent taking the veteran's funds for other
>> on
lasting fame to its stars,
These projects and many more are promoted
and minded Congress FILL DIRTGOOD
an economy I
ises annually by Post 56 and the other Clark Gable Vivien Leigh, Leslie
clashed deeper and deeper into veteran ap Howard, and Olivia de Havillandand
Legion posts of the nation. The post has a FINEST QUALITY
propriations.It for its producer, David O. RICH LIMIT TWO

was soon realized that the veteran, and hand reputation for any for a worthwhile warm heart project and a that helping is Selznick. ASTOR Lb Can
needed a powerful voice in Washington The picture has never been TOP SOILSee SHORTENING 3 59CFACTORY
its attention.
in to fill this brought to
the American Legion stepped equalled in artistry, brilliant per- .
need. The Legion grew to be the most Post 56 presently. has a membership of formance, or sheer spectacle. Run-
powerful and influential veterans group, and over 300 members, and it enjoys a place of ning time for the film is three PACK
it was largely responsible for the G. I. Bill high esteem among the residents of Brad- hours and 40 minutes. BILL JACKSONJackson LIMIT ONE

of Rights following World War II. ford County. We are proud to join with The picture won most ot the Transfer Company HERSHEY SUGAR 5 Lb Bag
The American Legion presently main- Post 56 in the celebration of "Veteran's Academy Awards when it came Phone 165 39CGRFkT
tains a constant vigilance against infringe- Day" next Thursday. out in 1940. The magnitude of its
production exceeds such giants

YTVYYYYYYYYVTTYYTTTYTTTTKeystone general chairmen, want to thank 'Patty Dona; 5th, 6th 7th, and 8th I mo TENDER PEAS
all who worked on the project and I'glades Butch Fox, Dale Fallin, AJovtutmwlFrom I No 303
helped to make it a success. The Lynn Pirmann, Patsy Waters, and I GREEN GIANT 2 35CEAT
Heights following were chairmen of vari- Marian Betts. The prize for the |,I where I sit..by Joe Marsh I IJ
ous departments: Mrs. Elmer Liv- Most Original costumes went to i
by Mrs. Sara McDonald1LLALLLLLAA1LU ingston and Mrs. Irene Brault, Mike. Walrath and Dick Siprelle. i I 4 I

food; Mrs. Lawrence LaMee and Prizes were donated by Watson's I
Mrs. Linda Walker, games; Mrs Banner Store, Scales Grocery, I Our Town Makes Good I RITE U. S. "GOOD" BEEF SALE!
Mr. and Mrs. William Werner
Kyle McMurtry, white elephant; Vacation Shop, Keystone Jewelers, |i
lave' returned City. from a visit inCans Mrs. Geo. Clemmons and Mrs Walker's Service Station, Candy'Service i in New York City ICouldn't I HEAVY FED BEEF! TABLE-READY TRIMMED ..
s Robert Dodd, plants; Mrs. James Station, Stuckey's Drug I
Mrs, Charles Oliver was here McKay. and Walter Pirmann, pa- Sundries, Keystone Beauty Shop, I I
I place a new subscriber From where I sit, just about J
ast week visiting with Mr. and rade; Mrs. William Sipprelle and State Bank, The Lazy i Lb
Keystone
named Clark,but I found out who everyone thinks his own home I
Vfrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. He was Mrs. Donald Christoffers, prizes; Susan, Canova Drugs Redfearn's. i CHUCK ROAST 39C
they were last week when they town is best. Picking your town
ere earlier on business. F. M. Wheeler and Bud Anthony, Gaboardi's Sign Shop, the Cabin
dropped in The Clarion'office."We're comes natural. The right to do
Mrs. Emma Otterstraum is back lighting; Mrs. George Schaefferand Press Drive-In-Theatrer, Clay Co-
native New Yorkers" this "picking," though, is what
for the winter at the Park-of-the Hubert Ridaught cashiers; Op., Rotary Club, Lion's Club and I
Palms. and Boy Scout Troop 105, clean- Lionesses. Mrs. Clark said, "ands all our really counts Whether it's a 1 i Lb
friends there are originally from favorite town, a favorite cut of SIRLOIN STEAK 69C
Norman J. VeeUer, poet and up. ,
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Call 9271 Can )"s Gulf Station
other places. We always felt left meat,or even a choice of a beverage -
creative writer, is visiting his sister Judges for the costumes were Keystone Heights, for Kerosene! I
out when they talked about things -say between beer and buttermilk -
Mrs. J. C. Detweiler. He will Mrs. Dan Sullivan and Mr. and Delivery.Mrs. '"
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back home. it's the
respecting right
spend the winter in in the Florida Colorado fol- Mrs. John Karges. Prizes were Frank Scott became ill That's why we 'adopted' your to this freedom of choice that I or Round Lb
lowing a summer BONE
Rockies. awarded to the following children: last Monday and was taken to town and to get ail the news we makes a good neighbor. I hope STEAK 79C

Pre-school, Gayle Ann Burson, Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville.She subscribed to The Clarion. Now you subscribe to that! I' .
The PTA Carnival was held in is reported to be much im
have 'back
home'
ire a to talk
the park last Thursday and was Cindy Hethertngton ana Vicky .
quite successful The net profit I:,Ridaught; 1st and 2nd grades, proved.Mrs. about-and we think it's the most t1f A, ,IJ Round Bone Lb
was about $275. The weather was'Linda McKay, Jackie Fox, Joan fide Hospital. Eula Walker for observation is in Rivers and wonderful town there is!" (;I' SHLDR ROAST 49C

good, though somewhat cool, and:t Pirmann and George Allen; 3rd
everybody had a good time. land 4th grades, Mac Hall, Delia tests.Mrs.
and Eisenacker's Circle of the Copyright, 1954, United Statot Breven Foundation
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*AOfl FOUR _ _ _ FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5. 1954
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________ _ First Baptist Circles Have Monthly Program Miss Shirley McRae WCTU Has October ;dren, Joyce Ward, Ruby May -:Margaret Brown and sons, the

I Devoted To Discussion And Talks On Perkins, Billy Miles and Jackie I BHS Band, Frances Dansby.
'Prayer'- Honored At Shower Meeting LastVeek :tteehan, Peggy and Robbie Shal. I Hazel Gay, Pauline and Geraldine

I:*r, Joe and Jo
The Lorena Epperson Circle with The Helen Masters Circle with Prior To MarriageMiss The lovely home of'Mrs. Flor- Cumber. I Gay Marcia Kay Hazen, Joan

Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, leader, met Mrs. F. B. Beard leader, met at 1 ence Hippie! president of the Laura Attending the U. of F. game :Furlong, Duke and Mamie DuPre
Shirley McRae, whose mar- Saturday afternoon were Judge :Louree and Merrill Edwards
Monday afternoon at the home ofMrs. the home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Scott W. C. T. U., was the set- ind Comer
to Clyde Hughey was an Perr "man, Bette and :!Margaret Rose Duncan
Jimmy Swindell with Mrs. with Mrs. Jim Chasteen as co- riage ting for the October meeting of John Kenneth I
Alvarez presented the program en- hostess Tuesday afternoon. The'event of Oct. 28, was honored ata that organization Friday after- E. Deas, Glen Wood, Ruby and Elder, Bill and Marleen Whitle_
'I delightful miscellaneous shower W. Hayes. Merrill and Jerome I One and Paul Hutchins LaMar
Mrs.
and then program subject
opened by prayer was 'Teaching noon at the Keystone Christian Edwards
Gladys Mooty Alvarez presented the rogram en- Us To Pray." Monday evening, Oct. 25, at the Gerry Gibson Brian Shaw and Sandra Johns, Jack and

Phone 35 titled "Prayer" with Mrs. Swin- I Mrs. D. L. Thomas, home of Mrs. Doyle Conner at Colony. Kucera Eloise and Seeber Good- Dorothy Ford and Donna Dee
SSSSttS 4 =SSSS S JS rrr rrrs S S SJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS program Lake. Hostesses for the The highlight of the meetingwas man, J. R and Allie Maye Kell-. Faxon.
Kingsley
chairman
dell and Mrs. Fred Flume taking, lead the devotional and
part I Mrs. B. T. Thomas, took .occasion were Mrs. Conner Mrs. the detailed and most inter- Ben Rowland, Dot and Guy Sale, See you in the next _
Woman's Club Votes In New Members part on
account the recent State Linda
Junior I esting of Kay Sale Clair Jean
Miss June Conner Mundy,
the Tony
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Gonzales -
The scripture verse of John-14:6: program. Nine members were -CarolynGood
Gives $120 In Annual Donations To 3 CausesThe was read and Mrs. T. B. Harding present. Plans were completedfor Miss Julia Jackson, Miss Elizabeth Convention held in Orlando Patsy and Vernon Silcox Sarah

gave a devotional on prayer and the R A Banquet to be given Jackson Miss LaVonne Duncan given by the hostess, who reportedan and John Torode, Peggy and Jim j1k--:: :: : :: -- :. -- -- :'-

Junior Woman's Club met Mrs. A J. Thomas, Jr. and ,!rs. I ireditation, quoting scriptures Monday night. Miss Alice Reddish. Mrs. Dean unusually successful conven- Brown Godwin, LonnIe and Polly

Monday evening with the president, T. C. Hazen, Jr. reported on the taken from different parts of the At the close of the program Sewell and Mrs. Glenda Shanley.A tion. New officers were elected Mullis, Charles add Jeannette USE

Mrt, S. E. Simmon presiding. Fall Board meeting held in Gaines- Bible. delicious refreshments were served< pink and pale green color mo- for the 1954-55 season. Hitchlnggs, Edna and C. P. Kin-

Mrs. W. 8. McAliley gave the devotional ville in October. Mrs. J. A. Griffin gave an Interesting : by the hostesses. tif predominated with arrangements "Several dues, regular and honorary chen. Hazel and J. R. Rime Loy-

During the business New members voted into the talk on "Because We i -of pink gladioli placed at were paid during the after- ree Hartmann. and son Ed. Desta

meeting the members voted to club were: Mrs. Jack Detweiler. Pray." Mrs.. Oma Cotton closed i The DfriAjKnightcircle- with points of interest throughout the noon and a "gratifying increase ia Dyal Junius and Virginia Smith

contribute $50 to the Bradford Mrs. J. E. Groover, Mrs. L. C. the program with a speciaTpray. Mrs. P. Ttf Nolin. leader, met home. membership was reported.A Carl and Sandra Johns, Gayle andDianne

Emergency Relief Committee aa Hinson, Miss Edith Keifer, Mrs. er. I Tuesday night at the church with I The bride's table was overlaid beautiful W. C. T. U. Emblem Edwards Lucille and i

their annual donation; and $20 to R. S. Mullins, Mrs. Howard Following the program a business : Mrs. P. T. Nolin presiding Mrs.H. with an imported lace cloth and featuring a pure white bow withina Maurice Edwards. Carolyn Ed- WOMBK"?

purchase shoes for needy school Meyers, Mrs. Ovid Bennett, Mrs. session was held with Mr. M. Hatcher Jr. had charge of centered with an artistic bridal arrangement white circle on a dark back- wards and Alton Wheeler. j

. -cl ldren. It was also decided to Milo Selgler. Mrs. Curtis Malone, Gussie Durden calling roll, Mrs. the program. Those: taking part I The centerpiece was ground WM presented to the local Attending the Gator Growl Fri Service and

give $50 to the Florida Farm and Mrs. Myldred Outtino. M. F. flaxen reading the minutes, I were Mrs. Myldrid Cuttino Mrs. .balanced by burning white tapersin union by the president. day evening were: Virginia Smith
and
Colony this year, which is the Mrs. Randal Chitty was Introduced :and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. givingthe Nat Dankel, and Mrs. Hatcher. silver holders. Delicious refreshments of ice Bish son, Bob. Billy Tom Jackson,

State Project of Florida Junior as a visitor. : community missions report. A business session was held and Games were played during the cream, cake, hot coffee and cook. Bishop, JoAlyce Graham ProductsTRY

Women's Clubs. Mrs. H. H. Adams The Club will not have a dance The circle agreed to send a special reports glyen. A community mis- evening and prizes were won by ies were enjoyed at the close of

reported on the growth and sue this New Year's Eve as has been "sunshine shower" of cards sion project for the month was Mrs. Mildred Sapp, Mrs. Alton the meeting in the tastefully appointed I THE CLEANEST

cese of the Thrift Shop, and that the custom for many years. ar.d letters to servicemen regularly.Mrs. decided on a sunshine basket Dobbs and Mrs. LaVonne Duncan. dining room.. Mrs. Mae I 1 SERVICE STATION IN

several needy families have been Thomas closed the meeting for T. B. patients. At the closeof The hostesses presented Miss Wood was co-hostess with Mrs.
clothed the She During the social hour, refreshments the program delicious refresh- McRae with Hipple. I j STARKE.
recently by Shop. with prayer, and a fellowship a place setting of her I II
itated that coats sweaters and were served by Mrs. Doyle ments were served by the hostessesMrs. chosen chinaware I Courteous.
period was enjoyed following the as a mementoof The meeting closed with the
other warm clothing are needed Conner, Mrs. Hugh Ingrar. Jr., meeting with Mrs. Swindell serving I J. L. Lawson and Mrs. R. O. the occasion. I Aaronic Benediction. Friendly, Prompt SeniceEXPERIENCED
Mrs. C. L. Currie, Mrs. A. H. Har- Dansby.
and anyone can call her at 40 anda refreshments assisted Mrs.
by
in and Mrs. Gene 0
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member of the committee will I Flume. I i
buffet table was covered witha iI
pick them up. Shirley CarpenterTo I
EXPERT
hand-crocheted cloth
A report on the PTA Carnivalwas and cen- The Daisy Fowler Circle with
given and $85.76 was made tered with a horn-of-plenty of Mrs. Maxie Carter, leader, met I Marry Dolph :MEChANIC FOR MINOR

by the Club at the Country Store. fruit balanced by lighted green Monday afternoon at the home of I Reddish Next Week II I II II I I AUTO REPAIRS
candles in and silver hold- II
crystal I I
The District Meeting will be Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Mrs. Ewell S
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held Nov. 5 at Jackson- j -.
Friday ers.In Lawson was in charge of the program The wedding of Miss Shirley ---- i

ville Beach. Members are urged : place of the usual program and the devotion was given Anne Carpenter. daughter of Mr. Back in the groove after traip-I Lallar Johns is taking over Desta's'' Let Us Give Your Car

o attend, and should contact :.Irs'l the members prepared TB Seal? by Mrs. R. A.. Thpmas.Scripture uid Mrs. Dwight Whitney Carpenter sing all over the State the past fcraier job as bookkeeper for That Fall CheckUpFIRST

Simmons.Shirley. I for mailing In the County.. I.i Verses were taken from to Dolph Eugene Reddish, son two weeks on a belated vacation Starke Builders also note that ,

Mathew 7:7-14, and a program on :.of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish,I must admit it was the perfect June Groover is now secretary for I S

Carpenter I Presbyterian Circles prayer was given by Mrs. Lawson i will be an event of Saturday eve-I I time of year to take a trip A. J. Thomas, Jr. I i LINE

Honored LastVeek Will Meet TuesdayCircle and Mrs. Sparks. A record ot ning, Nov. 13, at 8:30 upon checking with Carolyn Red- Bobby Dodd celebrated his 4th' TIRESBATFERIES

"The' Lord's Prayer" in song was the First Methodist Church, I grave at the City Hall, find there birthday on Tuesday with a lawn I S

all the members.Mrs. Starke. Rev. Thomas G. has been plenty of moving about Iror
"Miss Shirley Carpenter, whose No. 1 of the First enjoyed by Mitchell party for 20 of his little friends plumbing thatIs

marriage to Dolph Reddish will be Presbyterian Women meets at Lex Green, W.M.U. presi- I pastor of the Lakeshore Methodist during my absence the T. F. the youngsters received favorsof I hard to beat

dent, met with the circle and gavean Church, Jacksonville, will of- Colsons of Center street have balloons and candies S
an event of Saturday, Nov. 13,was the home of Mrs. J. R. Kite Tuesday : and the Y ou'H find our service I
interesting talk. A business ficiate with the assistance of Rev.R. moved to the Glen Searing houseon traditional birthday cake
the inspiration for a lovely silver, evening with Mrs. Larry Gib- and ice 111 treat. ACCESSORIESFAULKNER'S
crystal and linen shower given son as co-hostess. meeting followed the program D. Sommer of the Starke Meth- Orange street; the W. O. Col- cream Lila Rae Yawn entertained -I

Thursday evening, Oct. 28, at the Circle No. 2 will meet at the and committee reports were given.A odist Church. ings, Sr. house on Orange street; at a Hollowe'en party last !.

home of Miss Carolyn Edwards on i home of Mrs. P. D. Fancher Tues fellowship period was enjoyedat The matron of honor will be the J. G. Holtons on Cherry have I Wednesday afternoon for the Presbyterian -I, Top notch plumbing service is
the close the meeting and Mrs. David L. Reid of moved into the George Thomas:
W. Madison street. Hostess for day evening. of Jacksonville Nursery Class the I yours for the asking when you

the affair were Mrs. Geraldine delicious refreshments were served the only sister of the bride. house on same street, while the I Yawn yard, where the party was I call us. One trip is all it takes

Griffis, Misses Frances Hazen, Ann I by Mrs. Sparks.The Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Cletis F. George Thomases have moved to held, was appropriately decorated i i to put your plumbing in order

Crosby, JoAnn and Carolyn Ed- greenery and embossed with yellow Shauver of Alderson, W. Va., and Punta Gorda; The Gene Kellys in the Hallowe'en motif the 15 when It's done by us. I>on't do

wards. flowers and green leaves. Individual Ida Darby Circle with Mrs. Mrs. Charles Anson Walker of have moved into the house youngsters all arrived in costume let fix it.
it
yourself Tommy
Miss Edwards greeted the guestsat cake squares were decor- Garl Matthews, leader, met Thurs- Jacksonville, cousins of the bride, vacated by the Holtens; Sharon and last Thursday Ira Harris

the door and presented them to ated with yellow and green icing aay afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Ronald Griffis of Starke and and L. M.. Gaines have moved in was host to the Kinde boil ten

the receiving line composed of Mrs. and another tray held open faced I.. N.. Pickering. The topic of the Miss Mary Frances Hazen of from Santa Fe Lake to one of the I group, of which his son, Of--_ ;.

Griffis, Miss Hazen Miss Carpenter sandwiches and sandwich rolls tied program was "Prayer" and several Brooker. O. L. Haynes cottages on South a member, at a Hallowe'en partyat

the honoree, Mrs. Dwight CArpenter with yellow and green ribbons. I women chose scripture verses from Serving as best man will be Street; Ovid and Geraldine Ben- I the Florida Theatre wh. .:.'

Mrs. P. D. Reddish and The punch table was overlaid witha the Bible. j Vernon Reddish, Honor Guard of nett have moved from the Winkler 22 youngsters enjoyed a ('0"- ;('
i
Mrs. David L. Reid of Jacksonville' white linen cloth and centered I Mrs. L. D.. Haines and Mrs. the U. S. Army, stationed in Fort II Apts. to the Ifigleright'! house on strip and part of the feature wnunjhowed I

sister of the bride.A with a silver punch bowl. Miss Garl Matthews had a part on the Riley, Kans. and brother fo the Westmoreland: the Clyde Colsons animal pictures, ar.u ; ; -;:

yellow and green color motif I JoAnn Smith presided at the program which was followed bya fi oom. Ushers will be James have moved into the "HumphreyPig enjoying: the show they were served I

was carried out in arrangementsof punch bowl and Miss Ann Crosbyhad business session.. Plans were Reddish and Glenn Reddish, brothers House" (formerly Jones popcorn and Cokes after which Service Station
of the bride's table.
chrysanthemums and greenery; charge made to assist with the R. A. of the groom, Seeber Doyle Tourist Home) on W. Call street: Linnie Linsin told the chIt: --]> I PIIOXE414-J

placed at vantage points throughout The many lovely gifts were displayed Banquet on Monday night. Andrews of Wildwood, cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hull have moved ghost story and Patsy Silcox potI Phone 243; Temple Ave.Sewing .
on long linen covered tables. ___.' I -
the Edwards home. The A social period followed the the groom and Mead Lewis of. into the Gary Ennis Apt. on Madi- trayed the part of the ghost I'" _-"--9 x- t '" J.
The hostesses the honor ---
presented --- ---- -------
bride-to-be and her mother Mrs.
I servedby Starke. St. and the W. E. Mathis
meeting with refreshments son are on Sunday Kay Garbett cele-
and Mrs. Reddish, guest with a silver tray as a memento .
oj
Carpenter, were of the occasion. Mrs. Pickering. Mrs. Lloyd Green, organist, and occupying the Lucian Conner b;.ited her 8th birthday at a'I

presented with lovely corsages of I Mrs. Randall Chitty, soloist," will rental house cor. of Center and f-;-j.:: celebration which was car- i
Soft salon music was rendered
,
yellow Circle
pompoms.The The Annie Armstrong provide nuptial music during the Broad. ried out in the Hallowe'en motif
,during the party hours, seven to I I
bride's table, overlaid witha leader,
Raymond,
Paul
Mrs.
nine o'clock. with wedding.A Thelma Johns was telling me . and last Friday evening Joanne -
beautiful imported lace cloth, at the church
I met Tuesday night reception will immediately yesterday that they now have Slade entertained ten of her !
was centered with a three-tiered One hundred guests were invit- hostess.
as
with Mrs. Adolph Gay I follow the wedding in the Starke three witches on their family tree I friends at a slumber party after I
wedding cake, set in a bed of ed to attend this delightful affair. had charge Of -
Mrs. J. E. Hardy I Woman's Club. with the birth of a daughter on the Gator Growl hear that I

A..A. A A A A LA LALA A A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMarion I the program and gave the devo- No local invitations Sunday Oct. 31, to the J. A. Mar the Catholic Altar Society is
---------------------------------------------- are being giving -
tional. The theme of the pro- issued but all friends and relativesof tinezes in Jax. which makes a turkey dinner in the hall

Finance Company E gram was 'Teach Us to Pray." the young couple are invited to three members of three generations Nov. 18.Seen .

Others taking part in the pro- attend. of the Redgrave family being
at both the Gator Growl
: Would like to congratulate the Radio Station E gram were Mrs. W. B. Rosier and I born on Hallowe'en here'sOne and U. of F. football game last Machine Operators

: W.D.V.H. in Starke on their new station. Mrs. J. E. Hildebran.The for the birds t'other day
Methodist Circles Friday and Saturday were: Bar-
members enjoyed a solo by
Dolly Simpson was fixin' to takea bara and R. B.. Alvarez, Sylvia
Listen To The Tommy Haines, accompanied. by Met ThisVeek shower before going to work and Dorothy Alvarez, Dorothy Experienced & Unexperienced
Charlene Hardy.A
Miss and after getting herself completely Ross, Bobbie Alvarez; Ben and
business session was held following The three Methodist W. S. C. S.
Marion Finance Program at 1 :05 P.M. Monday lathered up she reaches I Kiney: and Rowland, Maxie and AGES 18 THRU 35
and fellow- circles
the program, a met Monday and Tuesdayas
to turn on the water and finds It Kitty Carter Doyle and Kitten
throught Saturday. ship period ended the evening. follows: I
lives in that
shut off (Dolly
Conner, Chessie Devrick and chil-
Delicious refreshments were served Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining, section of town where all the road Company Benefits Include: Group Life & Hospital

MARION FINANCE CO. by the hostess,-Mrs. Gay. leader, met in the Educational paving is going on and the wateris II Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others

Building, Tuesday morningS ten turned at the most
apt to be off
218 West University Ave. The Dora Alderman with Mrs. o'clock with Mrs. II. C. Ritch < APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
as inopportune time). I never did )
I YVlorlocJ7larrtrrttda'zc qiV
i James Lewis, leader met Tuesday hostess. 10th & CHURCH STREETS
Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446 t afternoon at the home of Mrs.E. find out how she got the soap off

Gainesville, Fla.Ivvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyv. During the business meeting, it struck me so funny I forgot
with Mrs. Lewis
Lennon pre- conducted by Mrs. Vining, the I to ask also heard that one TkoucktaQt qitt BIG DAD Co.
TV S siding. The meeting was opened circle voted Manufacturing
to
with prayer by Mrs. Alexander contribute on the ay last week Pat Jackson, gownedin
piano fund as its
new project.
pnd the devotion given by Mrs. Mrs. an everyday housecoat, was Writing Paper mode Starke Fla.
Merrill Struth had chargeof MAAT I ,
supervising Theda Montgomeryand '
Newsome. The themeof
MOVINGr Margaret the devotion and Mrs. W. R. Eloise Loudon while they were personol with uier'i P
Around RCI'I I ------ -
the program was "Prayer. Miller had or ;initials; ; in color.
the program. Mrs.
the floor in Pat's --
painting room
table discussion on prayer Per box. ... $3.00 '
r II was led by; Mrs. Alexander. Mrs Miller read a letter from her husband's and Pat was instructing them not |I'I I '__ __.___'"_...___ ._ ._,'. __ __ __ u_ __ _

S Safe PHONE I Lex Green, W.M.U. president gave missionary grandfather to who was a to paint themselves into the cor- MONOGRAMMING-ONC DAY SERVICI I fj, (jJlI";, 1JA jfO--U',YJt ..HiJi: :C'._.,' -
Africa more than ""' .Jjy >-
ner when the -.c/> -
OR so girls were C;:""
S I talk fulfillment I cocktail
Dependable an interesting on luncheon or
LONGDISTANCE 311 :of prayer. 50 years ago. She also told a finished Pat just had time to get I \\I napkint with nomt or $ ; @7i -
S EconomicalR. : : story "Shaumba Discovers aSecret" herself cleaned J., __.' ._ ,
During the business meeting up before her initioU in color. :. -- --- -- -- ---- ----

S B. Alvarez OR :committee chairman reports were taken from the World guests arrived for a wiener roast 100 ______ $2.00

!pven. The meeting was closed Outlook. which she was giving, only to discover !
Agents For TRANSFER AND Mrs. Clyde Sinclair assisted the
250-J with Mrs.. Alderman. to her horror that the
by
I prayer;
Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. There 12 members and 1 program leader and read an arti- clothes she was to wear were in BULLNGTONSTUDIO
_ I i were
'!visitor present. cle from the "Methodist Woman", the closet in the room where the
\
enjoyed 'Vacation Opportunities in Africa". floor was painted so she had & GIFT SHOP
| A fellowship period was ;
STORAGEPerryman : I at the close of the meeting with' The meeting was closed with prayer to entertain in her housecoat. I II I

delicious refreshments served by by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presi- See that Desta Dyal is tack \
dent of the society. \ at Bradford Furniture Starke, Fla.
working
BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I the hostess Mrs. E. Lennon, as- as
office worker while Carl
sisted by Mrs. E. C. Priest. general .. BLUE GILL
-
-
I :=: .._ !I Circle 2 met Monday afternoonat

1- 3 o'clock in the home or Mrs.C. FISHING CAMPON

E. Hernwall with Mrs. J. H. Ask To See LAKE KERR
Russell: as- hostess.
I IN THE HEART OF
Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, pre- FELLS 5-FOOT NewPlu'rgeBowTREE
sided at the business session which Ocala National Forest
Q
was opened with a prayerhymn.Mrs. II IN AttachmentMINUTES HWY. 314 25 MI. E. OF OCALA

Jack McComb led the devotional -
Friday November 5 1:30 P.Jl.
using as her subject "City

Lights and Shadows". _ 1 )lPcc.FOR SPORTSMEN' IMMKOIATK POSSESSION
NOEGEL'S 301 RESTAURANT! The basis for the program was This little"powerhouse the McCul FILLY EQUIPPED READY TO OPERATEOne
\ of the few private properties available In Ocala National For-
loch Model 4-30 Chain Saw is on Oregon Chain
Affirmation of the Assembly held pit large grounds 680 feet in depth from Highway IK to Lake ,
recently in Milwaukee. The discussion of the best one-man logging tools Kerr ample room for expansion and beach I deep well
made. You can have it with a 14*, Available For All with electric pumps Aerated Shiner Tanka Texaco
"Imitated But Not Surpassed"TRY was led by Mrs.. J. C. gasoline pumps boat, motors and tqulpmenl store buildIngs -
18-.24-,30",36-4T straight blade
Hobbs. Of Saws and furnished apartment screened trailer patio modern
orwithl5'bow.Wsgotmor.worthMakes furnished, including
cotUKes and lakefront duplex completely
___
% : while features than shake gas ranges and electric refrigerators. Situated on Lake Kerr one
Circle 3 met you can of Florida's finest fishing lake, this desirable property la only 25
OUR SPECIAL T-BOHE STEAK -- $1.75 Monday afternoon a stick at.Buy it, and you'll wonder miles east of Ocala and IS miles from world famous Silver Springs.
:at 3 o'clock at the home Mrs.! this
of why you waited so long. Easily accessible from all main highway, property has been
O. L. Haynes, Sr. operating profitably and successfully since its beginning and Is I
sold because of the illness of the operator which forced the
Chefs Salad with Homemade DressingTwo The leader, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, WEIGHS ONLY 30 US. $321.00 closing being of this camp. With the lush deer hunting season just !.
opened the meeting with Delivered ahead followed by the speckled perch season and the natural (
Vegetables Hot Rolls and Butter Tea or Coffee prayer WITH 14" BLADE beauty and attractiveness of thi section for the tourist, theproperty
and then conducted the business for investment
offers an unusual opportunity profit anda
And Dessert __ session. Try out theMcCuIloch healthful retirement home. I
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd gave the Model 4-30 You may msper this property after November 1 when the owner
or a representative of this organization will be on the premise !
devotional using as her topic "A at our place-It sure B W YALE, Owner. .

-LUNCHEONS STARTING AT $1.00 Meditation". Mrs. A. Wood read saves you time and energy I \. 4 Terms 20'fr at Auction Efclance arranged.
t- Free Cash and Souvenirs for Those Attending.
from the World Outlook, "The

Single Woman in the City". I i

Miss Kate Struth closed the iI

We Cater To Club Dinners And PartiesOwned meeting with prayer. I



and Managed By Recent Birth; -- i iI{

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Beckof
MRS. W. H. NOEGEL AND GENE NOEGEL Jacksonville announce the birthof FLORIDA SAW COMPANY I

Tura year holding Into r..h rvatart urn at ..ce for .a Aaeti I
Gainesville Fla.
a son on October 30 at the 2727 N.W. 6th St. ,
Locally Owned and Operated Date o. yoor property The HANSBROUGH: Way U tke SAKE I
Duval Medical Center. Mrs. Beck -And- FAST srRB FAIR Way .. by aa4 selL Interview and Uspertlon -

;is the former Irene Bryan cfj 1927 N. Marion St. Phone 1675 Lake City Fla. without obllK (l.".
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKK. FLOBBIA PAGEcc:1N FIn

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1954 ------------- .

Lawton Bryan returned home Notice T. Appear.To .
Mrs. Beulah Kelly is convalescing Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boree, Mrs.G. : Roscoe J. Sams, whose residence -
Bennett and i Sunday from Waldo where he had and address is: Unknown,
at the home of her son, J. R. H. Bennett Stanley
been visiting his son-in-law and You are hereby notified that a
Kelly, after being confined in St.VinceI1t's Mrs. J. B. Sapp attended the suit for
for the two weeks.
daughter past Divorcehas
Bennett's aunt
hospital for ten days funeral of Mrs.
Judy Taylor has left Mr. and been filed against you in the
following an operation. Mrs. Mattie Singleton at Unadilla, above named Court and cause and
&&& Mr and Mrs. J. E. Hardy at-t Ga.. Mrs. L. J. Bryan's to make her you are required to serve a copy ui
and home in Lawtey with her father, your answer or pleading the complaint
tended the '55 Dodge showing in Mrs. Harold E. Bullock on the Plaintiffs Attorney
: daughters Marvelyn and Gaynelleflew Ocie Taylor. Lloyd Bas 302 Clark Building.
THE NEWS Daytona last Thursday. s
J. D. (Ned) Beck Is in the Jacksonville, Florida
Week-end Specials Vanity to Pittsburgh, Pa. Wednesday. and file the original In the office of I
Fair Gowns They will spend two weeks with Doctors Clinic Hospital. He will the Clerk of the Circuit court on
Nylon yt price.
undergo a serious operation some or before the 6 day of December.
Make wonderful Xmas Gifts. Mrs. Bullock's parents in New 1954; otherwise the allegations of
- ------- time next month. will be taken .
- said as -
r Kensington while engaging In a Complaint con.ebsed
Shop early, use our lay-away.
I
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Darksdale by you.
ClAIr Jean Mandy was the weekend Mr. and Mrs- Ewell Lawson and Bella's Dress Shop. series of special evangelistic meet- This notice shall be published A0L
had as Sunday Mr. and
guest of Emma Jane Canovain son, Jimmy Gene Walker and P. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mullis, Mr. ings there. Mrs. Cole guests Jacksonvilleand once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutivt Tele- _
Harry of
Gainesville and attended the P. Woods visited Mrs.. Claude and Mrs. Charles Hitchings Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adair of W.
homecoming festivities.. Pricher In NIcholS on Sunday. and Mrs. J. R. Hime Mrs. Loyree Palm Beach arrived Thursdayas I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Yeomansand Dated this 39 day of October, 1954.
Leon Thomas of Melrose. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
Miss Jackie Meehan of Jackson i Mr. Woods remained with Mrs. Hartmann acid son Ed Mrs. Nate the guests of Mr. and Mrs.i Clerk of the Circuit Court I

ville Beach was the weekend guestof : Pricher for a visit Dyal all members of the office W.. G. Halle. The Adaira and .2 Hour Service Wet Wash I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 1115 U CUrk l/IC ,
Starke
Line.
Laundry and Clothes i
}Jr.. and Mrs. E- F. Miles and Leave your Dry Cleaning-with staff of Bradford Furniture Corp., l Mrs. Halle left today Friday for I

eon. Billy.i your Laundry One Stop Service were luncheon guests of Mr. ane Atlanta to attend the silver Wedding -. Mrs. J. L- Briggs of Jacksonville U Omit C*.rt. Bradford C...t7,

WnST.' C. Hoffingsworth and 'Starke L..D rY '.Ad Clothes Mrs.'C. P.' klnchen on Santa FeLake anniversary of Mrs-Adair' with Mrs.spent A Thursday Z. Adkins.to Sunday Helen FUrUai B. Graff.l. Ckanwry.Plaintiff. Gary CG

daughter. Penny were guests of Lin*. Saturday preceding attend- and Mrs. Hafle'a brother and sis- Allen Graff. Defendant.

:Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellon in L. H. Gibson attended the state ing the U. of F. Homecominggame. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Kayser Nylon Hose $1 Special Order Of PsbJloitloB Case And Xo.Notice 16-755 T.
51
Gauge at Leila's Dress Shop.
GabieavOle over the weekend and meeting of the County School After the game they were Curtis which is being celebrated Atftmrt State Of Fforida T.i

attended the homecoming activi- Supervisors in Daytona. Sundayto all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening. Mrs.her E.'home S. Matthews last Friday returnedto after Gary address Allen is Graff: Canamlaiuga, whose residenceand New (NEXT WEEK-lktls)

ties. Wednesday. C. W. Hitchings on Kingsley Lake.Mrs Home Movies In color are easyto York.
Mrs. Georgia Lee Steimeyer and make. Cost no more than snap spending a week in Tampa visiting You are required to appear on
FaD Sale eD Dresses and Coats : W. E. Torode, Jr. and Mrs.E. Mrs. G. C. Livingston and two December C, 1954. In the above nam-
at LeuVs Drew Shop. children, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Hayes visited Mrs. George shots. We show you how. Come In ed Court and cause, wherein plain-

Mrs. Harry Mooty and daughter Herlong and son, Rodney of Jacksonville Kopelousos in St Vincent's Hospital for Free Demonstration to-day. law weeks and in Orlando daughter visiting, Dr. and her Mrs.son-of tiff former seeks name.BradIora divorce. and restoration

Gerry and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip and Mrs. Myra Foye ot last Thursday.Miss Kullington Studio & Gift Shop. H. B. McLendon. Mrs. Matthewswas county Telegraph shall
Lake City were weekend Mrs. L. H. Gibson and daughter. publish this Order in next four
I Jr. and daughter, Dawn spent guestsof Louise Crosby of JacksonvIlle -i I accompanied home the weekly issues.
Thursday In Galnesvfflevisiting Dr M. B. Herlong and Mr. ana spent the weekend with her Gloria, attended the U. of F. home- by Witness my hand and official sealat -
McLendons who attended the U.
( their cousins the Milton St Peters. Mrs. Frank Herlong.ALVAREZ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cros- coming parade last Friday. of F. Homecoming festivities Fri- 1954.Starke Florida, this 4 November, THE BIG tit
Misses June Jeffords of Fairbanks 75
i by, Sr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
day and
Saturday. The family was
Mr. and Mrs. John Torode and and Judith Ray of Jackson- Clerk of said Court
Men's Clothing ioined on Sunday by Miss Jeanette By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox ville were weekend guests of Mr
1li 1lii were
ni II STORE McLendon, a student at FSU, and I Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life
Established 1894Approved luncheon guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and attended Pldg., Jacksonville Florida.
Chuck Miester, a student' at U. ,j ivAttys for Plf 11a 4t 11 ,26
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Jr. in the Gator Growl Friday if F. i

Gainesville preceding the U. of F. night.
\ II I Mr. and Mrs. Dorthel Stone of I ALL TYPES OF II
I. football game. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Feeney and
Decatur, Ga. were weekend guests
r i One Minute is all it takes for daughter, Karen, and Mrs. Cecil
'>f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and ;, PEST CONTROL
i finished pictures with Polaroid !Sewell and daughter, Pam, attended heir houseguests, the W. S. Van-'i ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
I Highlander Camera onlv SG9.95 at the in
homecoming parade
I
derlip, Jr.. also of Decatur. TERMITES
Iullil1ton Studio .t Gift Shop. ]Gainesville last Friday afternoon.
I 4 Hour Service on Hough Dry -
R. E. G: f agan and sons Jack :>1; Mis:M Sylvia and Rhodna Ann I Household Commercial
"starke
Dry Cleaners and Clothes OF TilE
nd Jimmy of Bluffton, S. C., Sapp of Orlando were recent guests GROVE SPRAYINGCall

drove Mr. Gahagan's mother, Mrs lof 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. I Line.Mrs.. Pate Gassett returned for estimate

: Mattie Gahasan; home last Sun- ![ Mrs. W. H. Tucker of Newberry
home Thursday after a major operation -
rtav after Mrs. Gahagan's three I was the Wednesday guest of Mrs. at St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. .'I Florida Pest Control BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH

weeks visit with relatives in South H. Brownlee.
L.
Carolina and I and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent & Chemical Co.

I Georgia. Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. A. N. .Sunday in Micanopy attending the j i 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035
W. i Miss JoAnn Smith accompanied'by i Pettit of Gainesville were Tuesday 100th anniversary of the First '
Gainesville Fla.
I her sister, Mrs. L. A. Brown I visitors: here. They stayed at the 'Presbyterian Church there. ,
I ./.. <. --------:--. ---- :- (<- Jr. of Jacksonville flew i I:
to New
Pettit's CharleyE.
j home of Mrs. son, 'I Fall Sale on Dresses and Coats -

York City on Wednesday. After| Johns.S at Leila's Dress Shop. 7 Big SeclionsLOADED

several days sight-seeing, JoAnn Day Delivery Finished Laundry Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daughter -

by Santa will fly home on Sunday while Starke Dry Cleaners and Evelyn, drove Mrs. Sinclair's

Mrs. Brown will go on to a con- Clothes Line. mother, Mrs. \V. S. Slade backo +
.
vention in Boston.. I Rev. Harold E. Bullock pastor -- -- ,
; her home in Douglas. Ga. last

As the Most Practical Gift for Dad"More Week-end Specials Vanity Iflf Hi-Way Chapel, was the guest Thursday after several weeks visit WITH LEGEND AND LORE
I
Fair Nylon Gowns i/2 price. speaker at the anr-ual Sundav I with the Sinclairs and T. H. Slades. +1t11'1

I Make wonderful Xnias Gifts. School Workers' Conference and I Mrs. W. S. Slade is convalescing

power to you, when you give BLACK & DECKER "Shp.t'arl)', use our lay-away. banquet of Calvary Temple In I from a fractured knee. Mrs. Sin-

Power Tools says this year's practical Santa. We have Leila's Dress Shop. Jacksonville Tuesday night. clair x and daughter returned to DODGEihas Here'sAPreviewoflatYou'OGetSECTION

Miss Shirley Collev returned to Mr and Mrs. W. S. Wilder and their Kingsley Lake home on Mon- .
everything Dad needs to equip a workship or add to
her work in D. Mrs. W. G. Crocker andrinughters
Washington, C. on Mr. and
his present collection. A complete line of BLACK & day. I
Sunday after two weeks with her of Miami were guests Reducedfor
Dresses
1 Rack Suit and
DECKER tools from the special Electric Tool : S
power mother Mrs. M. II. Mrs E. F. ONE
Colley, and Last: week of Mr. and Clearance at Leila's Dress
Chest to electric sanders. All made all
right priced
with Miss Virginia Sewell in Fort Miles. I Shop. I i

right. Lauderdale. 1 Rack Suit and Dresses Reduced ': Mrs. J. M. Bedwell of Tchula, Ii i The regular issue of your Telegraph

Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of fnr Clearance at Leila's DressShop. I J\'cs. is spending several weeks
done
We've had with tools
experience a 'plenty so you can
Linden were overnight guests I i with her daughter, Mrs. Ovid Lew-
count on us to help choose wisely. Stop in while our SECTION TWO
Wednesday of last week of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thomas i jis, and family. Mrs. Bedwell was
stock is complete.
.
and Mrs. J. R. rcompanied her Wal-
Kelly. have moved to Punta Gorda. where here by son,

For Christmas ONLYNew Brian Kucera of the State Farm they will make their permanentMr. lace Eedwrll, who remained with It. History of The Telegraph since 1879A
I
was a weekend guest of Gerry ,the Lewis family overnight Sat- Review of its Editorial Policy over the

Tool Gibson. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Knight urday.Kayser. years
B. & D. Electric Chest
Misses George Ann Freeman and "id infant son ha"'e recently returned Nylon Hose $1 Special better The Tramp Printer A Vanishing Tribe

Louise Johns of Jacksonville were from Ausburg, Germany 51 Gauge at Leila's Dress Shop. The Telegraph's Most\ Faithful Corre-

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. where Charles was stationed with Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner had spondent

$29.95STARKE Charlie Cowen. the U. S. Army for the past two as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Photographs of the Staff in Action

Mrs. W. H. Bryan and childrenand years. At present they are livingin I Mrs. R. R. Crosby of Starke, Mrs. wait I

Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. of Gainesville. They were guestsof I JC. H. Callahan and daughter, Kar- I

Gainesville were Sunday guests of his father, Hollis V. Knight on I Ien, of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. G. SECTION THREE

the J. E. Hardy and Charles Sunday.Mrs. Bateman of Gainesville.

Hardy families. Allan Peck left last Friday S Day DeU\'elJ. Finished Laun-
BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone A complete 8-page "newspaper" made of
2 Hour Service Wet Wash to make her home with her son- dry Starke Dry Cleaners and up
Starke Laundry and Clothes Line. I in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clothes Line. news items of long ago

45 Washington St. at S. AL. Depot j Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gaines- f IT. B. Wells, in Jacksonville.T. i Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. I Society and locals of the Gay 90's

Starke, Fla. ville is spending this week with I. S. Williams recently returned I I Jimmy Ch: steen were business Illustrated story of the first legal hanging

I her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. I from a visit of several weeks with I 1 visitors in Jacksonville last Thurs if in Bradford County

and Mrs. Seeber Goodman. relatives in North and South Caro- day. :

-' i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and ,I lina. 4 Hour Semite
: : on Rough Dry -
<:' I
-- - i:Mrs J. H. Fields were in Baldwin Hollis V. Knight spent Tuesdayon Starke Dry Cleaners and Clothes'': SECTION FOURThe

and Jacksonville Sunday after- business in Tallahassee.Mr. !'

l'1 j I(I noon. and Mrs. E. U. Jones and ,l.inc.Mr.. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk Story of Starke since 1856

1 tJ Give a Gift that )keeps on growing i son Allen, of Sanderson were recent -I and daughters of Jacksonville were !! Birdseye view of Starke in 1884

1 a camera from Bullington I guests of Mrs. Ada Alex- Friday and Saturday guests of School days at the old Starke Institute and

1 Studio & Gift Shop. ander. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Orange
College
I
Dedicated To Community Service Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beard hadas Leave your Dry Clt'aning-\\ith Mrs. I. E. Clark left Thursday The Big FreezeAmusements

"Movies Are Better Than Ever" their guests the weekend Laundry One Service for ,
I past your Stop a week's visit with Mr. and
in
I early Starke
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hughston and Starke Laundry and Clothes :Mrs. J. O. Mahathy in Stapleton, .
If find concealed in the Florida Theatre A di' I A History of local Churches
you your name : I son, Tom, of Greenwood, S. C. (IUnp.I Ala. I
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFriday :!i; I Mrs. W. W. Coleman of Jacksonville '|i


and Saturday, November 5, 6 I is spending two weeks SECTION FIVE
with her
daughter, Mrs. Carl;,

Big Double Feature (!Andrews MtTlfK and family.TO APPEAR I The Big Courthouse Controversy

;, In Circuit Conrt. Bradford County i History of old New River Church
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BOUNTY HUNTERS I Dorothy Ella Walker Plaintiff vs.I I History of Lawtey
'ClaudeV.. Walker, Defendant.
1 History of Brooker
Case No. 10-751 i
With Randolph Scott Notice To AppearsTo History of Hampton
: : Claude W. Walker, whose
PLUSBLACK r.'Mdenee and address is: Unknown The Strawberry Industry, Past PresentSECTION
: You are hereby nOt'rtpd that a and Future .
cult 'or
DICE Divorce. custody and control of
minor child
l! has been tied against! you In .he
i With An All Star Cast above named Court and cause tnd SIX
t you are required to serve a copy of
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I\ Plus "Assault and Battery" Cartoon L I complaInt your answer on or pleading the Plal tr iMfft the The Terrible Tale of Harmon Murray

and Chapter No. 2 Serial Attorney T. Frank Landrum 1
Bradford's
Greatest Heritage
? Starke, Florida, x
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4 and file the original In the office ol f Simon Temple Made A Fortune
the Clerk of the Circuit Cour nn
I Nor before the C day of Dec, 1954: Only 33 Families Here in 1860A
NOW ON THE WIDE SCREEN! otherwise the allegations of said ,
San., Mon., and Tues. I Complaint will be taken as con tessI History of Bradford Guard Unit
I ltd by yo.. Bradford's Oldest Resident Tells of Pioneer
Nov. 7, 8, 9 '_ I This notice ihall b. publishedonce
Days
I each week ter tour consecutive
Blit ffoluctiold weeks. in the Bradford County Telacmoh. living It Up' in the 90's

3 BIG DAYS MKAKT=Star d CM 54 -..., ,' 19U.Dated this 3 day of November Story of the First Railroad

| (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chutes A. Darby
GONE WITH Clerk of the Circuit Court
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Will Be THE WINDShow H HIr ; n' % '. IB ner14JU Circuit!NOTICE,C.Brt.-TO Bn4frd APPEAR C..Bt7, Q::: :a.. ;i Picture Panorama of Early Starke

f.
J n..f'ft'7. Bradford
County's Changing Economy
Time At
QWii ... Lawrence Henry Gallas. Plaintiff,
.
- > - vs. Patricia Gallas. Defendant. Changes in Styles Modes of Travel .

12:00 P.M. Jx; (ca I e miH (Lmi \ .. -. To A.l Nr. Case No. 10750tl y ,if 'l I Ways of Living

4:00 P.M. [un f [ 1IJWM ) A HURUAOST were to start his career with a prescription for himself, To: and Patricia address Gallas.is Silt whose residEnce I What about the next 75 years?
: Kingston
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I to follow, it's certain that ptfuiioiul service to his community would be the Avenue Chicago 17, Illinois
8:00 P.M. 0lYVIDJ\\ main ingredient You tee evidence of it in everything he does. You are hereby notified that a '
alt fur And Many Other Articles and Items
.t You see it in the painstaking care he devotes to the preparation of every Divorcehas ea
Isn1Ict! prescription your doctor ordcn-whethu it be t simple mixture or one of been, filed against you IB the Too Numerous To Mention
PRICESAdults :4; IITW1IWl PlCTIIf ,a highly complex nature. above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
75cChildren You see it in the precision equipment he uses with scientific skill, and in your answer or pleading to thecomplslnt More Than 200 Pictures of
I his knowledge of the thousands of drugs and chemicals he keeps on hand, : on the Plaintiff
Attorneys Dandelake, Dawson &
so that your needs can be supplied promptly and comp1 c1y. Scott 106 Smith Building, Jack.: Persons and Places

25c dttcM It mat r.o.UtC'It: wn KB* I You see it in his participation in organizations of his profession, and in and sonville file Florida.
.. the original In the office
r -r i his technical library through which he keeps abreast of the latest of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
-- medical developments, the newest drugs and the constant improvement or before the ALL SECTIONS ENCLOSEDIn
6 day of December. 1954;
in pharmaceutical products and practices. otherwise tae aueic.i../us *>r said A Souvenir Cover Which Will Be
Your himself ideals of his Complaint will be taken
I fiJOSEPH pharmacist pledges whole-heartedly to the as confessed
Wed., and Thur. profession. Every day, in communities large and small, he is helping to This by notice you. shall o. published An Exact Reproduction of

Nov. 10 11 t GOTTEN make and keep America the healthiest nation in the world. >nce each week for four consecutive .

I to + N Get better acquainted with your pharmacist-he's a man you can rely on. Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County

Plus "It Would Serve "JesselcCailes' : -R.ltu d Jr- PfJ'iA l tJmtuamlO&Arf 6J ffit,Doit elf C.r/*y. Dma!, Afwbf. 1S54.Dated this 3 day of November COllilllgNov.l7 VoL 1, No. 14 of the TelegraphDATED

N OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

I IUN1CK1 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk OCT. 25, 1679

Em-Right" Cartoon i DUli& i Koch Drug Store 11/5 4t 11/26

sunteTICBNICOiOa Ctrrmlt NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAIlr C.uatr Extra Copies Available at Our Office

\ FUriditt !. Cfc.. ry. And Newstands 25c each
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
PAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1954fTTTTTYTTTYYTfYTYYTTTTYT
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Alderman attended the County TTYTyyyyyyyyyyyy I Of course, I didn't understand just I Witness my hand and official I Notice To Appear.To r above named Court and cause and weeks in the Bradford: County Tel- ,
Starke, Florida, this Oct. 8,
seal at
DemonstrationClubs meant : Esther Ginsberg, whose residence you are required to serve a copy ot,egraph.
Council of Home what she at first, but I, 1954. j
1 I your answer or pleading to the complaint .
at Brooker last Tuesday. LONG BRANCHby finally]] understood that she meant' (OFFICIAL As) Charles A. Court and address is: Unknown : on the Plaintiffs Attorney Dated this 8 day of October 1954.
HAMPTONby Clerk of said You are hereby notified that a I I OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby l
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen the chicks and I had to tell her I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk suit for T Frank Landrura, Starke, Clerk of the Circuit Court !i

and children, Norma Jean and didn't have any. !Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building Divorcehas I I Florida I 3>- :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
\\ta. \V. Hammond Mrs J. L. Stricklandand Jacksonville, Florida. been filed against TOO In fI>. and MI. tho ortKl-ial" In rTe f rrio<> nf 10 15 4t 11 3 "
Mrs and Mrs. M. B. Layfield
Ardell She remembered the chicks from Attys. for Plf. 10/15 4t 11/5 I
A&AAAAA.A&AAAA.nridal visited Mr. and Mrs Vared Asbellof Jimmy Lang her visit here last March, and she
AAAAAAAA Circuit Court. Bradford .
County.Fterldni
Archer, also Mrs. Ed McDroy AAAAAAA.AAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA always wants to help me feed the la In Chancery. r- 1

Shower Mrs. Bryant MacNeill, and Mr. and chickens and 'Donald B. Lane Plaintiff vs. Bar
pick the
A. C. Dennison Gibson Norman up eggs 'bara V. Lane, Defendant.
Mrs. .
home of Mrs. C. H. Layfield of Gainesville.Mr. I
The We learned at The Langs returned to Tampa Case No. 10-735 ______
bridal Sunday morning
was the setting for a and Mrs. Fred Roark of I Order Of PabU'atioaad :Notice .e f
evening, honoring church that "Uncle Gibb" Normanof I,Monday. I Appear. State Of Florida Tot
Friday N. C. arrived Monday to
shower on Fig, ,
Mrs. Annie Brown Padgettwho spend a few days with his brother Highland had departed this life After church Sunday Sidney:and Barbara address V.is Lane: 800, both whose St.residence, Capitol 11c7TTflTnhl; ;

was recently married. Games 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce that morning at his home. He has Harris and family were rushing as ,''I Heights, Maryland.

and prizes were won and children. been in very bad health for some last as they could to "snatch a bite You are required to appear on
played ;Roark
were i N ov. :29! 1954. in the above named
by Mrs. Gordon _Wadsworth and I Mrs. C. L. May is a patient in time and has been gradually grow- to eat" and get to Doctor's Inlet 'Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
McMahone. ing worse the last few weeks. He to see Sidney's nephew, Mickey'I seeks divorce.
Mrs. Donald I the Alachua General Hospital at Bradford County Telegraph shall
was 75 years of age at his death. Murrey, who is home
Delicious refreshments were Gainesville.Mr. on a 10-day publish this Order in next four
assisted We wish to say to the family, do leave. He is in the army, stationedin weekly issues.
feerved,by Mrs. Dennison Hill Pa- Witness hand and official seal
and Mrs. C. C. of the he my
Dire Marklee Norman. :Mrs. not grieve for departed, Virginia. Just as they finished at Starke Florida, this 25 October,
by mona Park spent Tuesday, Wed- life in this worla /
lovely and has spent a long eating, they heard a car at the 1951.OFFICIAL
received many
Padgett ,nesday with their nephew, Don and has suffered much of late. gate. They looked out to who I( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Wul gifts. I see As Clerk of said Court
Hill and family.
celebrated his You should be glad he is at rest was there, and lo and behold it By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. A. I* Hall i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lyle and and not suffering any more. All was Mickey In ChAS. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
Oct. 24. His person. They spent Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida.
Sunday
birthday W. M. Gill of
children and Mrs. relatives have !!
our deepest sympathy the afternoon visiting with for Plf. 4t
slater of Flint, MiclL, him Attys. 10/29 11/19
and a
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father 'I.Brooker called on Mr. and Mrs. in this loss. The funeral without going to Doctor's Inlet.
niece Lois Gillispie of Lincoln, NOTICE 10 APPEAR
a Paul Lyles and family Saturday was Tuesday at 2:30: m. at the The ,
'tab. Mrs. Mayhew Sr. and Mrs. p. Higdon family spent the Ir Circuit Court Bradford County
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afternoon. home, we understand.Our day with Lee Moores Florida In Chanrerj.
Gilmore of St. Petersburg were I Sunday. Laura Elizabeth Cauthen. Plaintiff,
guests. i Mr. and Mrs. 1-anton Ishell of Sunday School dropped off Sunday night while we were on I vs. Cecil S. Cauthen, Defendant ,

The father and niece will remain California is visiting Mrs. Louise 13 Sunday, even if we did have our way to church, just before we .Notice To Appear. Case No. 10-722
Manier and son, Charles.Mr. three f To Cecil S. Cauthen, whose \
new members. There was got to Jack Wilkinson's : residence -
with the Halls for the win we saw
and address is:: Unknown.
and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonwere some sickness we learned about, something in the road.
As we gota Your are hereby notified that a !
ter.Mr. business callers In Starke but we wonder if the rest didn'tlet little closer, it proved to be a suit for divorce
and Mrs. C. M. Green of XTRA
I,Monday. the cold weather frost and fox. Seems the foxes and possums has been filed against you In the \
Maxville visited their soninlawand above named Court and cause and )
daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Avory Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of real cold air bluff: them? Anyway have moved in here and the skunks you are required to serve a copy of ,

Archer visited Mrs. T. F. Brownon we had 58 present out of 93 have moved out. your answer or pleading to the complaint .
Slade and family Sunday. on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Sunday.Mr. enrolled in Sunday School. Spot told us there was T. Frank Landrum, Starke, I
a
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Mrs. A. F. Allen possum
daughter, and Mrs. Emory Brown and Florida,
Now we will let you in on a little in the woods behind the house
Unth, and son. Jack, of Palatka Randy, were in Gainesville and file the original In the office IJ
son. secret. The of the Cle.'k of the Circuit Court J
the day we have100 again one night last week. Jimdidn't onI
visited Vernon and
Avory
Saturday. I for before the 22 day of November,
Slades recently. Mrs Raleigh Brannen is on th pastor go with me, but I was gone 1 1934; otherwise the allegations of t
Mrs Paul Green of Chicago Herb Higdon, and his so long he finally followed me said Complaint will be taken as
sick list. I I {confessed by )"ou.I ,
little daughter are to sing us a part of the way. I finally found
visited her mother, Mrs. Fannie School Sews I This notice shall be oublished once
Meads, and sister Mrs. Vernon visited special song; when we get up to the possum an-well it won'tcatch I each week for four consecutive atootsr
Dr. Florence Jennings weeks in the Bradford County Tele ee'S
Slade on Thursday. 125, Bud Harris is to sing us a any chickens or tear up any I graph. ,
last
our school on Thursday of aFgYl[!
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sparkmanof I solo; 135 Mr. Smith sings us a thing else. Dated this 20 day of October. 1954. It
week. We also had two informational (OFFICIAL BAL Charles A. Darn
Jacksonville visited friends here solo. There are plans for exerciseswhen Friday night Spot couldn't
films on the same day. We find Clerk of the Circuit Court
we get higher than 135 Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i
recently. appreciate Mr. Water's kindnessin but I anything else, so he heard some 10/22 4t 1112OTIP.

Mr. and Mrs H. W. Baker and ,, operating the projector for us. we will let them rest awhile. We I flying squirrels in the oak trees -

children were Sunday supper guestsof Mrs. H J. Waters and little feel we have time to really lay I in front of the house and decided Circuit% Court,10 Krandford AI'PHtRIn

the W. W. Hammonds. daughter had lunch with us last some plans for a good program by that he and I could get them. When Florida In Clianrery. County \

Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mrs. T. J. Thursday.Mrs. the time we get to 153: present. I he started his barking I went to Defendant.rank Izzo, Plaintiff Case vs. No.Lena 10-709 Izzo,

r Ola Perkins, our principal We had three visitors Sunday. I him, learned it was flying squirrels Notice To AppearTo

attended the Florida MississippiState I Sandra Wolfe was in the junior and came back into the house. : Lena Izzo, whose residenceand (
address is: 104-51 44th Avenue,
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S football game In Gainesville girls class. We welcome her to ourclass I Wish I could shoot every one of Corona, New York j

last Saturday. While here she was and invite her back again. I the pesky things, or someon You are hereby notified that a

the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. We also had Lottie Starlings' I[would. There would sure be manya suit Divorcehas for the premium gasoline you buy withy

JUST ONE Earl Starr. two daughters, Winnie and Hester, bushel of pecans saved, but who been filed against you In the
I above named Court and cause and "-
Eighth Grade Personalities with us again when they are in can find the things and keep themin you are required to serve a copy of

FRIGIDAIREMade Dorothy Ellen Loper, daughterof this neck of the woods. They were' their light long enough to shoot yejir answer or pleading to the com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneSamuel
only by General Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper, was with us. We invite them to be one? It is sure hard to do. \\-. Getzen, P. O. Box CONFIDENCE

Motors Corp. All other born in Theressa. She is 13 yearsold visiting relatives here over the We have no pecans this year and 81 file, Gainesville the original, Florida in the office

Electric Refrigerators are and is in the eighth grade at weekend.We anyway, so there isn't much dam of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton _
Hampton School. She is a member .age done. or before the 15 day of November
made Maybe we do
can better
other
by companiesand really love to see and hear r 1954; otherwise the allegationsof
of the Christian Church at Starke the next time. paid Complaint will be taken
cannot the word young folks as *
use get In
and takes an active part in the all up frontof We have had two white frosts confessed by you. Confidence that it will give you all the power your car can
and
recite the
Fricidaire. This notice shall be published
memory verseof "
church activities. Her favorite i jin our neck of the woods and once each week for four consecutivethe deliver all the needs.
I their lesson; this is training Iran protection your engine This
sport is softball. Her special dislike that sure get plenty cold Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor \\1' t
will stay with them all especially before the 22 day of November, .
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE is dishes. of I continued confidence is responsible for the continued sales
washing Dorothy their lives. We just wish when I, see the frost. Wonderhow 1954; otherwise the allegations of ; \
plans to be a stenographer when there I would feel if I said Complaint will be taken as :-
? ? were more of them that would should go confessed by you. ; Ii leadership of CROWN EXTRA among premium gasolines
she She is well liked I back to
grows up. the .
| part of the '
make an effort to country This notice shall be puMlshed
THEN SEE by all her classmates and enjoyscoming and learn more about say the their verses j where it snows from 12 to 14 once each week for four consecutive '. :: t In Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi-
lessons. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
to school. But do we set the right inches deep? Believe I'll just stay : : the five states served by Standard Oil dealers
E. H. SMITHTenth There were 65 of our pupils and them? examplefor in Florida and shiver, I can get Dated this 20 day of October, 1954. :
Shouldn't
all of our teachers in Sunday we older ones cold enough here! (OFFICIAL BAL) Charles A. Darby -
learn Clerk of toe Circuit Court
school and Church last Sunday our verses and say them in '
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

and Temple Ave. Mrs. Henderson, our music teacher, stead the of sitting back and letting YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester 10/22 4t 11SOTICII /}% \ : STANDARD OIL COMPANY

Starke, Fla. also reports that she was In a religious work young? ones do all of this brook purse-s>ize fountain pens In TO AI'PntRIn t -. (KENTUCKY) _-----',.--.. ".
service. pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford Clrl'ult'oart, Bradford County I ,, .-/

There is one thing I am positiveabout Count Telesraph. Harry Florida L. Gin.sberp IB Chancery., (11, I "- ," I I
it ', :[j
learn, won't hurt any of us to I '\OTICB TO .4PPE.Clr..ult .\" Esther Ginsberg, Plaintiff"s'l I I 1\ ", -

more about the Bible and fn Court, Bradford County. -- -

memorize more of it than Florida In rhaarrri.
we o
know. It would not hurt to ,Lyllane, via Samuel Schulman K. Lamport, Plaintiff 'l
ROUND AND us Lampert. Defend-
SQUAREDANCING See I
know every word so we could recite lant. Case No. 10-739 And look what you
.lotlre To Appear from the driver's seatChevrolet's
it from memory. Let's try a To: Samuel It. Lampert, whose What's ne'vvlth Chevrolet? '
new method with our Sunday residence and address !is: 17 Foul- new Sw p-Si&ht
den Road, Stoke Newington, Lon : l Windshield around to
curve
School
lessons
and see how all don N 16, England.You '
of us react. are hereby notified chat a vertical corner pillars, giving
suit for I' !, you a wide, full view. And yoa
There was an officer's anteacher's d Divorce name and restoration of maiden everything can see all four fenders frota,

meeting at the Long has been filed against you In the the driver's seat! /?'
Branch church Monday night. above named Court and cause and r
There you are required to serve a copy of '\
were some new rules to your answer or pleading to the

plan out and some work to improve complaint on the Plaintiff Wonderful new Glide-
Every Attorney T. Frank Landrum, A \
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upon. We hope the new Starke. Florida ,- Ride Front Suspension Qe 8 ..
plans will help all and ,and file the original in the office < '
Improve New spherical joints flex freely to .
of the .
Clerk of
the Circuit Court ..
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY the services at the church. I,or before the 29 day of November on, cushion all road shocks. New .: .

There was cottage prayer meeting I:. 1954; otherwise the allegation of / 1 = _' exclusive Anti.Dive Braking Con 6 t@ New Outrigger Rear Springs \ t

at Albert Smith's residence !;'confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as ----_'!.- trol, assures "heads up" stops. Rear springs are longer-and they're

Tuesday night. We always have I This notice shall be published attached at the outside of the frame.
6
NIGHT large crowds at these cottagepra'Cr once weeks e.in cn the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph Even Air Conditioning, This means they're spaced wider apart,

meetings and enjoy them t if you wish outrigger-fashion, to give you greater
Great
Dated this :27 day of October 1954. new ti'8-two stability in cornering. And Chevrolet'snew
MUSIC BY very much. It seems we always : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Air is heated or cooled by a new 6's Ilotchkiss drive cushions drive- i
feel I I Clerk of the Circuit Court unit that fits !
a closer single ,
in these com
fellowship By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i \ New 'Tur!>o-Fire'8"delivers 162 h.p.with line shocks through the rear springs!
I into the front of the
THE SOUTHLANDERSTHE meetings than we do in others. I pactly
'
10<29 4t 11/19 j an ultra-high compression ratio of 8 to 1.
We just wish we could attend I car. Requires no trunk
Court You choose from 6's
too
In The Clrcnlt nt can to new << -
Bradford \8 models
more of them. County, Florida In Chancery. space ( only.) %I the new"Blue-Flame 136" with rOW !lltde tr
And that's of the
There is to be a business meeting vs.Woodrow Catherine Wilson McCov. Plaintiff only one (optional at extra cost) and the new "Blue \
| Hartley McCoy De ,'onderfuJextra-coetoptions OVERDRIVE
at the Long Branch Church fendant. Case No. 10-703 Flame 123."

Tuesday, Nov 9, at 7 p. m. All I Order To Of Publication And !\otlce -you can get rOWEtGUCE CONVENTIONS DRIVE
Appear State Of Florida Tot
NEW KINGSLEY BEACH officers and members who are Interested Catherine Hartley McCoy whose Easier steering, --
are requested to be residence and address Is: 49 West
present 117th Street, New York. N. Y. I stopping, clutchingThe
You are required to appear on..
ADM. 50c Some of the members of the on November 15, 1954 In the above i iI new Chevrolet! steers I
named Court and cause, wherein with ball-bearin ease, 1 -- '
Long Branch church attended the I plaintiff seeks divorce. i thanks to new friction :

revival at Hyde Park Bradford County Teiegrajm shall Ball-Race ;:
BaptistI I publish this Order in next four cutting Steering. I
[church in Jacksonville Tuesday of J,weekly issues. New Swing-Type Pedals Three drives, including

o last week. They did most of the I I -... pivot at the top. OverdriveThere's t

Hood I singing for the congregation andij I : A ventilating system that i
Lift the ,,. works Powerglide teamed 1
all were invited back. Members of I Tubeless tires as really with the orwith the new

both churches stated they had an I standard equipment Chevrolet 1 High-Level Ventilating "BraeFlameteameameB" New Overdrive I I

enjoyable service. I YOUR On all models! Proved tubeless System takes in cleaner air the new V8

cm l 'l fi} Members of all W. M. S. or Wj j I tires give you greater protect road at hooa-high heat fumes level and- dust. or the new "Blue-Flame 123."
jf.
r. vt r/ M. U. are Invited to the Ebenezer| 1 non against a blowout ; J (Powerglide and Overdrive are

church to take a training course'in j I I deflate more slowly when punc extra-cost options.) New stand*

the work of Missions on Nov. 9'1 : tured. ard transmission: tool

We learned that Sam Saundersis I PROTECTIONI! !
I : \
"laid up with the mumps We -L
i and Chevrolet
got
feel : (
sorry for Sam, but it does n
"
I that long, low
r look like he could have taken awaxj
J/ IS OURPROFESSION '! "let's go" look
mumps when he was a child asi ,
j _
we understand mumps is a "child- \ I It's a show car from the word "

hood disease. ; go! Longer looking-and lots -

I lower.There's plenty of glamor _
Nettie Carter said Louie was
inside, too-plus more room
with Sam in Gainesville, and she i iI
I for hats, hips and shoulders! ,
on your supposed he would be the next to I TIle lei Ai 4-Doot S.dca P.i .

take /
mumps. !iI :

I Little Gayle McClung is suffering Chevrolet and General:Motors have This is the car that began with a great idea-the idea that a

Car Financing Plan with intestinal flu, and has I' started something whole new age of low-priced car could be built that would have the style, the per

missed a few days of school. fonnance, the comfort and convenience features, and the finequality
You should whole
i have
Howard Durrence has been in one of our low-cost motoring-by taking a
"feel" of high-priced cars.
St. Vincent's hospital for a few | Burgulary Insurance Policies new look at the low-cost car. Here are I

Just as you examine your car before you buy" it pays: days suffering from a severe attack : Protect your home, new ideas, young ideas and some of This is the car that only the world's leading car buflders-Chevrolet '

also to examine your car financing plan. At this bank of asthma and hay fever, I tomorrow's ideas too! And they're all and General Motors-could have built. The Motoramic Chevrolet! 'I
you are assured ot service convenient terms and business and personal ,
prompt but he was reported much better i prop-
low rates that will eave you money. Sunday night. We hope he is soon( erty. rolled up in the most glamorous package Come in and see how the Motoramic Chevrolet for '55 is far more !

able to return home and to school. I that ever wore anything like a Chevrolet than a new model. It's more, even, than a completely new cart I
Come in for t confidential talk. Accept our car finance Constant Service Since 1891
It's whole idea about cars!
Marion Wilkinson and family, price tag! a new
ing plan it decide I t
only you it is the best possible plan and Jimmy Wilkinson visited their' SENDFORJERRYH.
for I
you. I'
parents, the Jack Wilkinson, over ,
The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United the weekend.Mr. Chevrolet

Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon and Mrs. Charles Lang C. WALL Come In and meet the motommic

each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. spent the weekend with relatives .

I at Clay HilL Sandra Lang, daugher -more than new car-A NEW CONCEPT OF LOW-COST MOTORING I

_
: of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lang!i AGENCYPhone t

\visited both sets of grandparents !
BANK at STARKE
here as well as other relatives. 146 '

I Sandra seemed to be more interested -
200 E.
Call Street TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

j. Member Florida National Group I anything: in else.my baby chickens than Starke

tiu, f
I The first thing she did was tontuire
: where PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETS
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FRIDAY XOVEMBEB 5. 19M BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FTORXDA
PAGE SEVER

Farmers CoveredBy f i

Social Security

Under New Law


Farm operators In this area will s
be Interested in the amendment to 1

the Social Security Act affecting 1E

1 them, 1954.which became law on Sept. FOOTBALL CAME TONIC11T E E

Under the amendment, the self-

employed farmer is covered by

social other security self-employed on the same persona basisas

provided his net earnings from his

farm operations amount to $400 or

more per year. This new coverage
..
becomes effective Jan. I, 1955.
The amendment provides Social

Security protection for any farm
operator who nets $400, or who
has a gross farm income of $gOO

or more, in any year after 1954. BRADFORD 1 Friday Nov. 5th
He will be covered for such year

on the same basis that business ,
operators have been covered since M'

the first of 1951.

Prior to the passage of this act,
income received from farming was T

not credited as selfemploymentincome. PARK

This meant that farmers 1w Mr j% 3 8:00: P. M.
were, to a large extent, excluded
from the protection offered by

Social Security.Farm .
operators will report: their

net earnings for Social Security

purposes when they file their income .
tax returns in 1956. These

reports and the contributions due

will be filed with the Director of

Internal Revenue as part of the

yearly tax return.
Further information may be secured -

from the Gainesville district

office at 18 NW First Street.


T. H. Slade Jr. Tornadoes Seabreeze

Joins Air ROTCThomas vs.


H. Slade Jr., son of Mr.

and :Mrs. T. H. Slade of Starke, has
been accepted as a member of the
Air Force ROTC at Emory at Ox-

ford, Oxford, Ga. Cadets who
completed four years ot.air science, .


including summer flight camp a training four-week, and, are are period qualifiedfor commissioned of- ADMISSION Adults $1.00 -- High School Students 50c -- Elementary School Students 25c

as 2nd Lieutenants in the

U S. Air Force Reserve when they \

Complete'Ork for a baccalaureate -

degree.



!OTICK HOME GAMES OUT OF TOWN GAMES
Materials..,..UtloB lumber for hardware Did. electrical -

plumbing roofing and con-
crete for constructing! four bays approximately -
2500 sq. ft. on Unit 3 ur

doors and enclosing on south with side, about metal,800 with sq. September 17 Macclenny 0 Starke 19 September 24 -- St. Leo 0 -- Starke 25
ft. on same building, also wiring for
heavy duty Unit 1 and Unit :3 s com- 1'S
plete with panels and meters, October 8 P. K. Yonge 12 -- Starke 20
Starke State Farmer Market, October 1November Pala&a I 7 Starke 0
ftarke. Florida, and/or invitation -=- -- --
for bids for contractors to do the October 15 :- New Smyrna 19 Starke 41 :
above in line with present building t
For details In either case, wriu ..
State Winter Farmers Haven Market Florida, phone Box 3666 1191, October 22 Lake City 25 Starke 0 12 -- Ketterlinus St. Augustine

10/22 2t 10/23
!. The Circuit Court Of The itrcondJudicial November 5 Seabreeze .
Circuit Of The Mate Of In Starke
Florida, !. And For Leon Couoty November 24 .- Fernandina Fernandina
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.
C'ba.eery.FLORIDA November
STATE IMPROVEMENT 19'G reen Cove In Starke
COMMISSION, an Agency of the
State of Florida. Petitioner
\'s.
STATE OF FLORIDA, et at. Re-
vpondents. .
KILE NISI
IN THE NAME AND FY THE AUTHORITY -

FLORIDA OF TilE STATE OF Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes a Support the Tornadoes with your presence

TO THE STATE OF FLORIDAAND
THE TAX1'A YEIts. PROPERTY -
THE OWNERS STATE OF AND FLORIDA CITIZENS AND OF OF KOCH DRUG STORE Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. Torode Chevrolet Co.

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA,
INCLUDING, NON RESIDENTS
OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT
TO TAXATION THEREIN.; ALL I Compliments of '
PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS -
CITIZENS AND OTHERS llA vI I Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Best Wishes From
INn OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT Starke Hardware Co.
TITLE OR INTEREST IN SAID

COUNTY ERTY THEREIN.OR THE TAXABLE OR INTEREST PROP SPORTING GOODS WILLIAMS JEWELRY Florida Power & Light Co.Let's .
IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED
THROUGH THE ISSUANCE BY TUB
FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENTCOMMISSION. ,
AN AGENCY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA OF THE .
I Support the Tornadoes with
REVENUE BONDS HEREINAFTER your presence Support the Tornadoes with
)PARTICULARLY DESCKH- your presence Support the Tornadoes
ED. OR IN ANY WAY TO BE AFFECTED ROBERTS JEWELRY
THEREBY: R. B. Alvarez & Son
You, and each of you. the State of R. D. Reddish & Son Dairy
Florida, through the State Attorneys "Your Friendly Jeweler"
of the Second Judicial Circuit of TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. ,
.Florida and the Eighth Judicial Circuit j
of Florida are hereby required
,
to appear before this Court at the
Court House in Tallahassee, Florida, Best Wishes to the Team
on the ISth day of November 1S54 I Best Wishes Of Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!
at 14-00 uVlock In the forenoon and I
show cause, if any you hate, why
the prayers of the Petition filed in DAVE PAULK Conner Bros. Insurance AgencySupport
the above titled cause should not C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
be. granted and the revenue bonds
therein described and the proceedings Heavy Equipment Rental f
authorizing the issuance thereof
be validated and confirmed, said
revenue bonds to be issued by the the
Petitioner herein in the agfrreeate Compliments of Tornadoes with your presence-
turn of One Million Dollars (11,000.- Best Wishes Of
000) to be designated, dated and
numbered, in denomination of and Thomas Truck Terminal &
Garage
to mature as follows: Starke Builders
"FIA IIU\ STATE IMPROVEMENT Supply Edwards Grocery & Market '
COMMISSION. BRADFORD
COUNTY ROAD REVENUE ill)NDS" -
to be dated the first day of November -
1954, numbered 1 to 1.000, both I
inclusive, in denominations ofi I 4 Best Wishes From
Were Proud To Be
|1 000 .each and to mature In nuraeruAl ', Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes to the Team
order as, follows, to wit: I

*Amount 10.000 1,0tf) November November Maturity 1.1,Date 1958 1957 ; LAWSONS MARKET Charley E. Johns & Son Agency Denmark Furniture Co.

10,000 November 1. 1959
.0,000 November 1. 1960 General Insurance
45.000 November 1. 1961 I
50000 :November 1, 196 2 ..
60.000 November 1, 1961 Come on out and boost our team GEM JEWELRY
fiS.OOO November 1. 1964

60.900 55.000 November November 1.1. 1966 1965 GUIDON GRILL Compliments of The House Of Fine Diamonds

5.000 November 1. 1967 I,

70 70.000.(HIM, November November l'1. 196S W I|| Eat At The Best, Forget The Rest New Method Cleaners Starke's Leading Jewelry
75,000 November 1, 1)70
SO UU"' November 1. Jlj
5.000 Novembor 1, 197! I
!90,000 :November
1 1973
':'.(100 November 1.: 1974 Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game Best Wishes Team!
aggregating! the sum of One Million
Dollars. 1.000000 and bearing intern Best Wishes to the Team
st. payable l senil-annunally, on S. R. Johns' Brownlee & Chasteen
Grocery
ttu 1st daof May and on the 1M
day of N: >>\ember of each year,41 the Faulkners r
Service StationBest
lowest rate obtainable when the
same are !,sold provided that !lu hb..nj"
shall not bear interest at agle.uer
; rate than six per lentum .
\6', > per annum, or be sold at suihpriie Best Wishes FromBarksdale's Compliments of
I that the net interest oM ti
the' Commission shall exceed six Wishes Team
per centum (6'}) to the date of the
i r. s ec'i\e! maturities thereof a morepartitu'ar Dept. Store Hart Furniture Co.
: description uf said revenue -
bonds appearing by referee The WASHETERIA
,
ee aid authorizing resolution,
certified copy of which is attachedto
and made part of the Petition Be tonight to cheer bo"s'tt
present
herein This Rule Nisi Is to be published our -
In the Bradford County Telegraph Best Wishes OfDixie y
a newspaper published In Victory
Bradford. County Florida, and in Onward, Tornadoes!
the Tallahassee Democrat a newspaper Motor Court & Restaurant
published in Leon County Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac
FloruLi,bj if form Chapter and 75.06 manner Florida as required : G. S. "Gib" Browns Service Sta.

:statu'.....
11ISES1I ORDERED at Tallahassee -
Leon County, Florida: this
A Good Team Like the Tornadoes
14th daof October. A.D., 1954. Best Wishes! Team
(OFFICIAL! SEAL) W. May Walker
Circuit Judge.A Deserves Your Support Closed Tonight- we've gone to the Game!

Alt true,,' copy Farm Home & Auto
Western Supply
Auto
Oei 'r; 'rH"r.rd, Associate Store
Winkler Electric
Clc: k ,'It, 1.1 C"u-t. Service
1* ii <'""mntFlor.da: .
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PAGE EGI BRADFORD COUNTY TIXBOBAPH, STARKE FLORIDA

FAY. SO\TmE a.
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metes and bounds as follows: deceased 079.1 feet East of Northwest I Southwest corner thereof
McFashlon corer run under known
Roll persons who Are dead Is OWNED
I BHS Honor I Commencing on the South line of of said SWVi of NEVi and riin Vorth 4 degrees 39 min.. thenc or who are not known to deador BY: Walter Bruce Pre- 'That part of:
said Section 29 at a point 1613.2 feet Bradford County, FloridaB. thence South 46 degrees, 44 mia. I East 217.07 feet to the POINT se OF alive. b att.SBD NWV* of NWVi of Section 11.
Students Announced Westerly from the Southeast cor- C. Holtzendorf. n sec. West 272.9 feet to PIT I DEGINNING OF DITCH CENTERLINE John D. Patterson, That No. 8 Right Of Way Township S South, Range 23
ner of said Section 29, run thence Starke. Florida OF BEGINNING of said I run thence South 85 degrees, Keystone Heights Florida part of: 2a.st.
first North 12 degrees 45 min., 57 sec. Ethel Holtzendorf, erline; thence run South 4 degrees SO min., 36 sec. East 200 feet to the Marie Patterson, S 3/4 of XE i of XE'of Section lying each aide of and within 40
Honor Roll students for the East 40.9 run thence South Starke, FloridaB. 15 mm., 13 sec. 58.8 i end of said Ditch Centerline, Keystone Heights. 12. Township 8 South feet ef thesurvey line of State

six-weeks grading at B. H. 77 14 mln., 03 sec. East 40 C. Holtzendorf Jr., feet; thence South 7 degees. 15min. i Containing 0.103 acres more or less Singleton E. McKay Florida, Range 22 East Road S-18, Section 2863, said survey
lying each fide
pro follows: feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING Starke, Florida 13 sec. East 447.8 ; exclusive of Street or Road rightf : Keystone Heights of and within 40 line being described as follows
S. have been a of the parcel of land hereinafter described Nora Jones. South 33 degrees 49 mm., 13 sec. way. Hazel C. McKay, Florida eet of the survey line of State Commencing on the West lire of

?th Grade: Janice Conner, Tom run thence North 12 degrees 237 W 127th Street. Apt 13-C, Eat 103.4 feet; thence South 59 degrees IS OWNED BY: Rev. Wilfred George Keystone heights Florida Road line S-1S, Section 2S63-175, said survey Section 12, Township 8 South Range
Jack Seiv- 45 mln.. 57 sec. East 100 feet. run New York City. New 56 mm., 13 sec. East 290 feet Aldndge, whose residence and address Andrew J. being described as follows: 22 East at a point 1529 37 feet
Jackson, Carol McRae, thence South 77 degrees 14 min., 03 The unknown heirs, grantees deviseEs to the end of said ditch centerline; I is unknown. Lake City, Johnson beginning on the East line oftsaid Southerly from the Northwest < or-
Sonia Hunter, 20 feet thence South and other claimants by, containing .59 acre, more less. No. 13 Section 12 at a point 1042.2 feet
art Sara Jo Sprow see East run or SRD Right Of Way Miriam Johnson ner of said Section 12, run thence
Southerly from
Hank 12 degrees, 45 mm., 57 sec. West through, under or against Handy IS OWNED BY: B C. Holtzendorfand That part of: Lake 1., Florida of the Northeast corner North 32 degrees, 09 mm. I* sc
Perman Roberts, GramMar 100 feet, run thence North 77 degrees Srymer deceased wife Ethel Holtzendorf EV4 of SEVi and SE i of NEVi David B. 89 said Section 12, run thence South East 75.95 feet to the POINT OF
Catherine Wainwright, Bar 14 min., 03 sec. West 20 feet !tCTJ' 37-170 STATE ROil SUBJECT TO: Claim by B. 0 except 2 acres in NE Corner of 944 Saratoga Kegley.PlvA $43.fi2 degrees feet, to 14 min., 13 sec. West BEGINNING of survey line of aid
the of I : IlIttDFOItU COUNTY Holtzendorf, Jr. 14 8 the beginning of a
to Point Beginning, IOo.\ Section Township South, Florida State Road S-18, run thence North
bara Ward ,Containing 0.046 acres more or less. TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration Range 22 East containing 118 Jacksonvit. curve concave to the Northeast : 88 degrees, 16 mm., 18 sec. East
8th Grade: Barbara Bates, San IS OWNED BY W. H. Eddy and J.W. SRI No 10 Right Of Way of .Taking has been filed in the acres; excepting Road rights of 944 Saratoga Blvd. having thence a radius of 190.99 feet, run 1743.16 feet to a point on the centerlme -

Gwendolyn Dug- Eddy.SECTI. That part of: above styled cause, by the petitioner, way and except the following Florida. Southwesterly West and of present State Road no,
dra Carmichael, SW of NEVi. and of NE the acquiring of Jacksonvie. Northwesterly along said curve
2S11-103 STATE i ; \ authority thee parcel conveyed to W. S. Sibleyby Containing 3.201 acres more less
or
Humphries Helen RO.-n of South of Rail ;proceedings of the E 10leley. through a total central angle of
Patricia taking deed recorded in Deed Book
exclusive of
BRADFORD COl.NTVfeRD XE' S.A.L : Route 3, 90 degrees road right of way for
Billy Section 31, above described lands, for the 227 of the Public Rec- 174. 19 min., a distance of
Kelly Matthews, No. Right of Way pur- 68 at Page Jacksonville, 301.96 proposed State Road 100.
Mary Agnes 1 6 22 East pose set forth in the feet to the end of said curve,
South Range petition in this ords of Bradford County Florida IS OWNED BY
That part of: John Ellis Bryant, Sr : J V. Johnson and
Overtreet, Jimmy Hitch, Char- A parcel of land described lying within 40 feet of the survey cause, viz. right of way, drainageditches to-wit: Beginning at the NE Corner 8245 Beach run 47 thence North 0 degrees, 26 min., wife Martha Johnson.
Elder Rosine a line of State Road S-100-A Section borrow pits, borrow pit of SEVi of SEVi of Section 14, Jacksonville Blvd sec. West 809.82 feet to the end
lene Dennis, Angela follows: 2857. said survey line being described drains and haul roads for a portion Township 8 South. Range of said survey line, containing SRD No. 14 Right Of Way
Brenda MarI Commence the West side of %Naomi Ruth Bryant, 2.70S acres more less. That part of:
Flakes Judith on as follows: Begin on te' of State Road No. S-100-A in Bradford East and run a distance of or
Judd Kingsley Lake Road where the 8245 Peach Blvd.. IS OWNED BY: Fred Mason and NEW nf XWV.. nf Saotlnn 12
Smith line of the said SWVi of County. and that
Florida one feet South on Section line between Jacksonville. ..
,. South line of Lot or Block 35 crosse nf the Plrnnit PAnrt Forid. wife Clara B. Mason. Township S South, Range 22
NEVi at a point 113.5 feet East of --- Judlel n _n _.. Sections and 13, thencerun I Dan Pete :
9th Grade: Patricia Avarez and run West 200 feet thence run Southwest corner of SW1 of NE'/i in theFlorida Eighth Judicial Circuit-r'of West to 1 Intersection of 2532 Forbes Pappas St. SUBJECT TO: Mortgage to Florida East West of State Road 28,
Judy Gm&r.f North 200 feet thence run East to and run thence degrees. will on the 1st day ofNovember Starke. Melrose and Santa Fe Florida, Bank at Starke, a Florida Banking (now State Road 100)

Virginia Darby, the West side of said Kingsley Lake .16 mm. 47 sec. East 403.64 feet to A.D. 1954. at 10:00: o'clock Road thence run North along Jacksonvie. Corporation lying each side of ana wttnin 40
tricia Hobbs, Reason Kirkland Road thence South along the West [the beginning of a curve concaveto in the forenoon thereof, in Circuit said line of County Road a distance '2515 laForge. SRD No. 11 Right Of War feet of the survey line of State
Reil Burge side of said Kingsley Lake Road the having a radiusof Court in Alachua County That part of a parcel of land de. Road S-18 Section 2363, said
Wanda Noruan, Diana Southeasterl Chamber of 482 feet, thence run Eastto I Jacksonville, Florida scribed survey
200 feet in Town- as:
Wai- being Secton.Z 1 a total central Court at Gainesville Florida point of beginning being In ,ArleneV.. LaForge, line being described as follows
Searing Glenda Varnes, Kay ship 5 South accordIng angle of 26 degrees, 28 min.; thence consider said Declaration of Taking, Section 14, Township 8 South.Hange 2515 Forbes Street. Beginning at the NE corner of Commencing on the West line of
to East side Lawtey Subdivisionas Northeasterly along said curve appoint appraisers and make such 22 Bradford County Jacksonville Florida NWVi of NEVi of Section 12. Section 12, Township 8 South, Range
,
rath.
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 29.33 feet to the end of said curve; order as the Court deems proper. Florida; East strip of land off : Marcus E. Covington Township i South Range 22 22 East at a point 1625.37 feet
10th Grade: Alice 6, Public Records of Bradford' 46 44 mln. AH parties to the suit and all ALO. East and Southerly from
Dod thence North degrees parties the of SWVi of SE 4 [ 1495 E. River Hills Circle, run East 1312 feet the Northwest cornet -
llth Grade: Gail Duke Bobby County. Florida, I 47 sec. East 190S.14 feet to the beginning Interested may appear and be heardat of Section 14, Township 8 South thence South 165 feet, thence of said Section 12, run thence
Bar- lying West of and within 50 feel of a curve concave to the the time and place designated. Range 22 East, being 363 feet Jacksonvit Florida Covington West 1312 feet, thence 363 feet North 32 degrees, $9 mm. IS sec
Fergson Kathryn Johns of the survey line of State Road ''Southeasterly having a radius of You, and each of you, are hereby wide from North to South extending 1495 E. River Hills Circle South, thence West 1040 feet, East 75.95 feet to the POINT OF
Barbara Norman, 225. Section 2811, said survey line '1809.3 feet; thence Northeasterly commended to appear by filing an I entirely across said 40 acksonvllle, Florida thence South 176 feet, thence BEGINNING of survey line of said
bar Matchet Jane Richarde being described as follows: Beginning alolg said curve through a ceji- answer to the petition heretofore acres, containing 11 acres, more Walter Bruce Prevail, West 280 feet, thence South 156 State Road S-18. run thence North
Jacqueline on the North line of Section tral angle of 16 degrees 35 mm., Filed in this cause in the entitled or less Also SWVi of NEVi of 4431 Herschel feet, thence West 858 feet 58 degrees, 16 min., 18 sec East
Patricia Wainwright 25, Township 5 South Range 22 East 35 sec a distance of 523.99 feet to Court on or before the 23rd day of I Section 14, Township 8 South, Jacksonville, Street to State Road No. 100 right of 74316 feet to a point on the cen-
at a point 701.7 Easterly from the East line of NEVi of NEVi of November, A.D. 1954. to show what Range 22 East, containing 40 Fred way. thence North along State erline of present State Road 100.
12th Grade: Sonny Tenly. T. J. the Northwest corner of said Sec Section 31 at a point 155.2 feet .right, title, interest, or liens you acres, moi'e or less. ALSO, NWVi Route Mason, Road right of way 860 feet, thence Containing 0716 acres more or less
Alderman, George Canova, Jerome ton 25. run thence Smith 24 degrees South of Northeast corner of NEVi or any of you. have in and to any of SEVi of Section 14. Township 8 Starke, Florida East 2178 feet to point of be exclusive of road right of way of
min., 29 sec. East a distance of of NEVi; containing 1.69 acres, moreor of the above described lands and South. Range East. Mason ginning. present State Road* Iff*.
Colley, Mary Elaine Colson, Sharon 1445.89 feet to the South line of less, exclusive of the existing show cause why the same should 40 2 containing Clara Route R lying each side of and within 40 feet IS OWNED PY.: Martha Johnson and

Green, Warren Johns, Wendell NW K of NWU at a point 1291.0 feet road right of way. not be taken for the uses and pur- lying acre side of and within 40 ., ,Florida of the survey line of State Road Edward Westland.
Easterly from the Southwest cor- IS OWNED PY: Chitty.HRD poses set forth in the petition S-18 Section 2863-175, said
survey
Handal feet of the line of Florida SRD- No. 1 DaiaaK Ditch
Barbara McComb Patricia ted survey State at Starke. a corpora-
Kelly, ner of the of NW% of said herein. Balk line being
Ha. 14 Of War described as follows:
NW\ HI. Road S-21-A, Section 2863, saId survey Jon. Lateral Ditch Left Of Station,
Lawson, Barbara Prevail, Jo Anne Section 25.Containing. That part of I WITNESS my hand and seal of line being described as: Starke, Florida Beginning on the East line of said 16S pie. M.T3
I 0.459 acres, more or less. SEVi of SW1 of Section 29, sid Court on this loth day of (1) William L. Reynolds Section 12 at a point 1042.3 feet That part of:
Smith. IS OWNED BY: J. J. Smith and wife Range October A.D. Southerly from the Northeast
Township corner -
Elizabeth Smith. Z I (OFFICIAL 15. Beginning on the West line of EEVi Keystone Heights, Florida EVi of NWV; of Section II,
East Charles A. Darby of SEVi of Section 14. Township 4 Rose S. Reynolds, of said Section 12, run thence Township 6 South, Range 21
SUBJECT TO: First mortgage held lying within 4 feet of the survey Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford South, Range 22 East Keystone Heights Florida South 89 degrees, 14 min., 13 sec. East.
at
TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, by N. L. Knight. Starke. Florida line of Road S-10-A. Sec County Florida. 32.5 feet Northerly from the a Southwest point John E Hammond, West 648.62 feet to the beginning lying each fide of and within Is
: Bradford Tel- Second mortgage held by tion 2557. said survey described Hollis V. Knight, County Attorney of a curve concave to the North feet of Lateral Ditch
rings, $1.50. County corner of SEVi of SE% of said Route 1. a Centerline
of Gainesville Flor-
nance Company Starke. Florida.
as follows: Begin on the 10/22 east having a radius of 190.99 feet,
ida. 4 l/l Section 14, run thence North 89 de Starke. Florida said Ditch Centerline being described -
egraph. West line of Section 3. Township grees. 53 min., 24 see East 1305.SS Ruth V Hammond, run thence Southwestly, West and as follows:
SHD No. 23 Right of Way William Kaufman
6 South Range 22 at a point Northwesterly along said curve
feet to the East line of said Section Route 1.Starke Commencing on the West line of
Nonce That part of 155.2 feet South of Northwest corner 120 22nd Street N. W., 14 at a point 32.5 feet Northerly FloridaJ. through a total central angle of said Section 31 at a point 1337.19
NOTICE TO West one-hal (W U of SWI of Section 32, said point beingon Canton, Ohio from the Southeast corner of said V. Johnson 90 degrees, 19 min., a distance of feet Southerly from the Northwest
APPE.'Rf. of SE %, the of concave to Jessie Taylor Stewart, a widow 301.06 feet to the end of said curve,
arc a curve 14 and Route 1 Box corner oi said Section 31
a Clrralt Covrt. Commtj, run
!. c... Brlier' Township 5 South. Range fZ the Southeasterly having a radius of I whose residence and address la unknown !elton Starke 5-A run thence North 0 degrees 26 min., thence North 86 degrees .43 mm,
FI.rd.Seed. Plaintiff. Milton East LESS AND EXCEPT 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent I Beginning on the East line of Sec- Martha Johnson 47 fee. West 80982 feet to the end !00 sec East 2059.57 feet to the
South 190 feet thereof F. W.
V. bearing of North 63 degrees, 20 min., Dryden, of said survey line.
POINT OF BEGINNING
Seed, Defendant.. 11. Township 8 South Range Route I, Box 64-A of DITCH
Case No. 10-721 lying each side of and within 50 22 s"c.-Ealt run Northeasterly along Route 1, ton ast at a point 84.83 feet Northerly Starke, Florida I Containing 0.151 acres more or less, CENTERLTNE run thence North

K.tlre Te Appeari feet of the survey line of State said curve through a central angle Starke. Florida from the Southeast corner of Edward Westland. ALSO 03 degrees, 17 min., 00 arc. West 32
To: Milton Seed whose residenceand Road 225. Section 2311, said survey of 25 degrees 28 min.. 25 sec. a Virginia T. Dryden. said Section run thence North Residence and address unknown That part of: feet, run thence North 33 degrees
address Is: 1496 Vyse Avenue line being described as follows: Beginning distance of 804.43 feet to the end Route 1, 20 degrees, 1 min., 56 sec. West Container Corporation of America, I Beginning at the NE corner oiNWVi I 20 min, 00 sec. West 263 feet to the
c/o Mattlo FUBCO. Near 172nd Street on the South line of NWVi of said curve; thence North 88 degrees Starke Florida 125.90 feet to the beginning of a corporation of NEVi of Section 12, end of Ditch Centerline.
New York. of NWVi of Section 25, Township 5 48 mm., 47 sec. East 1901.94 Rev. Wilfred George AMriSge. curve concave to the Easterly haying a Fernandma Beach, Florida Township 8 South, Range 22 Containing 0.119 acres more or less
Eonx. South Range 22 East at a point teet; thence North 89 degrees 52 whose residence and address is un a radius of 143240 feet i East and run East 1312 feet exclusive of existing road right of
eDit You for are hereby notified. that a 1291.0 feet Easterly from the South- mm., 09 sec. East 913.16 feet to in, known. hence Northwesterly, North, and run I SECTION 2803-175 STATE ROD I thence South 165 feet, thence way.
Divorce west corner of the NWVi of NWVi! tersect the centerline of Alton Road; Titus Olson Northeasterly along said NO. S-18 BRADFORD COl'NTY West 1312 feet thence 363 feet IS OWNED BY: Container Corpora-
custody, control and of Section 25. Township 5 South Containing .45 acre, more or less Box 54.Starke curve South lion of
of minor child through a total central angle of 25 SRI No. 2 Right Of War thence West 1040 feet, America, a corporation
support Range 22 East run thence South 24 exclusive of the existing road rightof Florida degrees, 37 mm. a distance of 640.42 That part of: I thence South 176 feet thence TAKE NOTICE That a Deciara-
baa been filed against you in the degrees, 21 min. 29 sec. East a distance way. Bertie A Olson, feet to the end of said curve SV4 of SEVi of Section 1. Township West 280 feet thence South 156 ion of Taking has been filed lahe
above named Court and cause and of 144498 feet to the South IS OWNED BY: Ira W. Andreu. a Box 54.Starke. thence North 4 39 min., run S South, Range 22 East.EXCEPT feet, thence West 858 feet to above styled cause, by the p.-
you are required to serve a copy of line of 9SVi of NWVi of said Sec- widower Clarence Andreu and wifenwendol.n Florida sec. East degree.feet to the 2 State Road No. 100 right of way, itioner, the acquiring authority of
your or pleading to the Ion 25 at a point 565.2 feet Easterly Andreu. Cortez A. De- John W. Miller 199.82 thence these
answe line of said (West line of (1) Commence at a permanent reference North along the State proceedings, of the taking of
on the PlalntiU'i from the Southwest corner of wife Finly DeBerry, and 1708 E. Washington Street Section Township 1 South. mounment located at the Road right of way 360 feet, the above described lands, for the
Attorney T. Frank Landrum, the: SEVi of NWVi of said Section 25.Containing Grace A. Sorensen and husband New Castle. PEnnsYlaniaMaude 22 East 1 at a point 270.7 Range feet SW corner of SEVi of Section 1. thence East 2178 feet to point purpose set forth in the petition
Starke Florida 1.052 acre. more or less. John A. Sorensen heirs at law of C. Southerly from the Northeast Township 8 South, Range 22 Eaat. of beginning, in this cause, viz: right of way
and file the original In the office of IS OWNED BY: Ollie Mae Williams Amada Andreu. deceased. 1708 E Washington Street. ner of SEVi of said Section 14 cor- Bradford County Florida and run lying each side of and within 40 drainage ditches, borrow pits, borrow -
the Clerk of tko Circuit Court on I minor, Oscar Leroy W1lams. a SRI) No. 16 Right Of Way New Castle Pennsylvania tinue thence North 4 con-39 thence East along the Sectionline feet of the survey line of State pit drains and haul roads, for
1 r before the minor. Doris Wiiams. That part of: Charle E. Miller. min, 14 sec. East 1369.07 degrees feet a distance of 2071 feet to a Road S-18, Section 2863-175, said a portion of State Roads No 8-11
Z day of November 1954; Ciemantine a minor, SW i of SE i. South of SA.L. Washington Street North line of SWVi of NW% of to Sec-the concrete monument thence run survey line being described as follows and S-I35 in Bradford County,
otherwise the allegations of said Roach Williams, a minor Otto Wil Railroad and West of Alton New Castle, PennsylvaniaRobert 13, Township 8 South North 13 degrees 15 : Florida, and that one of the judges
minute
Range 22
Comolalnt will "e taken at confessd lams, a minor. Edna Belle Williams, Road in Section 29. Township W. Drake and Agnes II. ton at a point 137.97 feet, Easter East a distance of 110 feet to a Beginning on the West line of NEVi of the Circuit Court in the Eighth
by you Rudolph Williams, a minor 6 South, Range 22 East Drake ly from the Northwest corner of point for the POINT OF BEGIN of Section 12, Township 8 South, Judicial Circuit of Florida will on
each owning an undivided one-ninth lying within 40 feet of the survey Bradford County. Florida SW NING. From the of the 1st day of November, A.D 1954
This notice mall be published of NWVi of said Section 13. point beginning Range 22 East at a point 40 feet ,
Interest in said lands (The State 'line of State Road S-100-A, Sec- SECTION 2S57-175 STATE ROAD
one each week for four coniecutiv Containing 3,775 more or less thus established run thence Southerly from the Northwest corner at 10.00: o'clock in the forenoon
weeks In the Bradford County Tele.craph having acquired the one-ninth IB- (ion 2S57, said survey line being NO. S-100-A BRADFORD I exclusive of acre or Road right, South 85 degrees 15 minutes Easta of SEVi of said Section 12. ran thereof, in Circuit Court Chambers
terest of Esther Mae Williams described as follows: Begin on the COUNTY
) of way; distance of 303.1 feet to a point thence North 89 degrees, 19 min, in Alachua County Court House at
this 20 day of October. 1954. SUBJECT TO Mortgage held by N. West line of Section 32, Township gnu No. :: Right Of Way ALSO, thence run North 1 dereE 0 47 fee. West 1010.96 feet to the Gainesville, Florida, consider said
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darol 1 Knight. 6 South, Range 22 East at a point That part of: A parcel of land In Southeast minute East a 90 centerline of present State Road Declaration of Taking, appoint appraisers -
Clerk of the Circuit Court SRD No. 4T-R Drainage Bitch 155.2 feet South of Northwest corner NEVi of SWH of SEVi of Sec corner of SEV of SEVi of Sec- feet to a concrete monument. 100 at a point on the survey line and make such order as
By Marian 1 Crosby Deouty Clerk Lateral Hitch Lef of Station 2 of Section 32, said point beingon ton 34, Township 6 South. tion 14, Township 8 South, thence run Nortn 7S degrees, 30 of State Road S-18 designated as the Court deems proper All
/:4 1/l! plus 61. (Part) the arc of a curve concave to 22 East, Range 22 East described as follows minutes Wet a distance of 308.5 Station 9 plus 95.42. return thence parties to the suit and all parties .
the Southeasterly having a radiusof lying within 50 feet of the centerline -
That of feet to interested and
part : : a point thence run South to the POINT OF PEGINNING of may appear be

The C'r..U Court Of The EightbJudicial The West 126 feet of the East 1809.3 feet of; thence North from 63 degrees a tan-, 2857 of said State centerline Road S-100-A.being describedas Section Beginning at the intersection of 13 degrees 50 minutes West a said survey line of State Road S18 heard at the time and place desig

Circuit Of Florida la And 156 feet of the South 100 feet of 20 min., 22 East North- follows: the Easterly projection of the North distance of 110 feEt to the pointof and run North 89 degrees, 26 min., nated.
For Bradford Cou.'y. Block 17 East of Railroad Townof easterly along sec.said curve run througha Beginning on the West boundary of line of State Road S-21-A as described beginning ANP 13 sec. East 2043.42 feet, to a point You, and each of you, are hereby

Law No. 8022 Lawtey, Florida. as recorded central angle of 25 degrees 28 said Section 34 at a point 1449.40 in (1) above with the South- (2) Commence at a permanent ref- on said survey line designated as commanded to appear by filing an
BRADFORD COUNTY In Plat Book 1. Page 6, Public mm., 25 sec. a distance of 804.43 feet North of Southwest corner of easterly projection of the South- erance monument bated at theSW Station 40 plus 49.80 continue thence answer to the petition heretofore
a political subdivision ot the records of Bradford County. feet to the end of said curve, aid Section 34 and run thence South westerly right of way line of said corner of SE% of Section 1, NoMh 89 degrees 26 min.. 13 eec. filed in this cause in the entitled
State of Florida, Florida. thence North 88 degrees 48 min. 89 degrees mln., 28 sec. East State Road S-21-A as described in Township 8 South, Range 22 East, East 100 feet for purpose of reference Court on or before the 23rd day
Petitioner lying each side of and within 20 feet 47 sec East 1901.94 feet, thence. 3039.92 feet % point. thence South above run thence South 8 de- Bradford County Florida and run return thence to said Point of November A.D., 1954. what right,
vi. of a Lateral Ditch centerline, said North 89 degrees, 52 mln.. 09 sec. 87 degrees. min.. 40 sec. East 1(2) 53 min, 24 sec. West feet thence East along the Section dt-MKnatrd as survey line Station title, interest, or Hens you or any
W.. H., EDDY.- et al.- centerlme being described as follows -East 913.16 feet to intersect the 602.67 feet 3 the beginning of a the beginning of a curve concave line between Petjons 1 and 12 a 40 plus 49.80 and run North 12 degrees of you, have in and to any of the
Defendante : centerline of Alton P Road Containing PH- curve concave to the North havinga the Northwest having a radiusof distance of 2071 feet to a conCrete 34 min.. 13 sec. East 40.26 above describe lands and show
;
NOTICE OF RI7LE Commencing on the East line of .30 radius of 5729.58 feet and total 50 feet run thence Southeasterly monument thence run feet to the North line of said Section cause why the same should not be
Notice O fcmUcBt Domalm Procecd- Section 23, Township 5 South Range of the acre existing more or road less right excusive al of 2 degrees 10 a mm. along said curve 96.73 feet to the North 1 degrees 15 minutes 12 at a point 417.98 feet East taken for the uses and 'purposesset
lu.gl4
22 East at a point 556.1 feet North- cent" Easterly along said curve Southwesterly right of way line of East a distance of 550 feet erly from the Northeast corner of forth In the petition filed here

IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU- erly from the Southeast corner of IS OWNED BY Hercules Powder 216.67 feet to the end of said curve, sid State Road S-21-A. run thence thence run North 29 degrees 4 said Section 12. in.WITNESS
THORITY OF THE STATE OF sid Section % run thence North Company, a corporation. thenc" South S3 deR" 42 min, 40 South 20 degrees. 57 min.. 36 sec. minutes East a distance of Containing S.682 acres more or less. my hand and seal of
FLORIDA 7 degrees, min., :9 eec. West Mill No. 1H Right Of Way sec East 1439.81 feet.e"to the East East 90 feet more or less to the feet, thence run North 35 degrees IS OWNED BY.: William U Reynolds said Court on this ZOth day of
TO AL. WHOM IT MAY CON- 6.6 feet to the Point of Beginning That part of: boundary of said Section 34 at a point of Beginning 0 minutes East a distance of 80 ,and wife Rose S. Reynolds October, A.D. 1954.

CERN to al persona and Centerline, run thence North 70 yards of East 140 point 1387.5 feet North of Southeast Containing 0.019 acrf more or less feet to a point for the POINT ,SUBJECT TO: Agreement held by CHARLES A. DARBY.
partes baring claiming any North 19 degrees 55 mln., 31 sec. I yards of NEVi of NWVi of Section corner of said Section 34, exclusive or right way described OF BEGINNING. From the pointof John E. Hammond and wife Ruth Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
Interest estate. mortgage East 217.0 feet. run thence North 32. Township 6 South Containing .26 acres less above.IS beginning thus established V. Hammond. ford County, Florida.
tte. more or
lien to or on those 1 degree. 59 min., 31 sec. East 473 I Range 22 East. exclusive of the existing road rightof OWNED BY: Titus Olson and continue North 35 degrees 0 hHD No. 13 Right Of Way Hollis V. Knight County Attorney,
rertaln parcels of land situate In to the end of said Ditch. lying within 40 feet of the way. wife Bertie A. Olson. minutes East a distance of 80 Starke, Florida. 10/23 4t 11/13

Bradford County, Florida and hereinafter Containing 0.09 acres more or less. ,[line of State Road S-100-A Section survey IS OWNED BY: William Kaufman, SUBJECT TO: Mortgage held by feet, thence run South 77 degrees -
described and the following IS OWNED BY: Albert Smith and ,2 357, said line being described whose residence and address Is John W. Miller and wife Maude G. 30 minutes East a distanceof
survey :
persons together with all unknown Eula Belle Smith. and the unknown as follows: regin on the 220 22nd Street. N. W., Canton. Ohio. Miller and Charles E. Miller, a 302.5 feet, thence run South
persons claiming by. through or under heirs devisees grantees, lienor. I West line of Section 32, Township SECTION 2NR3-176 STATE ROAD widower. 31 degrees 0 minutes West a __) That's Our Business
known persons who are dead. or creditors and other by 6 South, Range 22 East at a point SRI .No. 10 Right Of Way distance of 90 feet, thence run GLASS
who are not known to be dead or through under or against Bill Jenkins 155! South of Northwest NO. S-21-A BRADFORD That part of: North 75 degrees 30 minutes
alive deceased. of f.e Section corner COUNTY Lot 4 Block "A" Pleas West a distance of 304.5 feet to If It's Glass We Have It!
32, said point beingon ott
Defendants: TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration the arc of a curve concave to SlID No. B-B Right Of Way ant Sub-Division Lake the point of beginning, I c'i 1/Il CALL WRITE or VISIT
W. H. Eddy. ef Taking has been fed in the the Southeasterly having a radiusof That part of: as of record in the Current Pub. lying each side of and within 40 j

Route 1, Box-52-A. above styled cause petitioner 1809.34 feet; thence from a tangent SWVi! of SWVi of Section 13. lie Records of Bradford County feet of the survey line of State
Gainesville. FloridaJ. the acquiring authority of these bearing of North 63 degrees, Township 8 South.. Range Florida. 1 Road S-18, Section 2863, said survey Joe Peters Glass
residence and ad- proceedings of East, 2 lying West of 'line being described Co.
W. Eddy whose the taking of the 20 mm.. 22 sec East run North- and within 40 feet a! follows:
dress Is unknown above described lands. for the purpose easterly along said througha lying Fast of the survey line of of the Survey line of State Road S- J Beginning on the South line of said
J. J. Smith whose residence and ad- set forth in the petition In central angle of 25 degree curve 28 min, Stat Road S-21-A. Section 2863 21-A Section 2863 said Survey line Section 1 at a point 437.98 feet I ;'ii'ii FOR ANY GLASS NEED
dress Is unknown. this cause, viz: right of way drain- 25 sec a distance of 804.43 feet to (and the Southeasterly projection being described a follows Westerly from the Southeast cornEr '
Elizabeth Smith, whose residence age ditches borrow pits, borrow pit the end of said curve; thence North of said survey line), described as Beginning on the South line of SW% I of said Section. 1, run thence North I I t'cjt4'Jj Ve Design Modern Store Fronts
and address Is unknownN. drains and haul roads for a portionof 88 degrees, 48 mln. 47 East I follows of NW% of Section 13, Township 8 '12 degrees 34 minutes I? seconds
L. Knight, State Roads Nos. 225 and S-225 In 1901.94 feet; thence North, 89 sec.degrees Beginning on the West line of said South, Range 22 East at a point I]East 558.36 feet, run thence North Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Starke. Florida Bradford County.. Fla., and that one 52 mm. 09 rec East 913.16 feet to !Section 13 at a point 84.83 feet 23.J4 feet Easterly from the South- 29 degrees 27 mm.. 13 see Fat I TableTOps
Town Finance Company. of the Judges of the Circuit Court in intersect the centerline of Alton Northerly from the Southwest cor- west corner of SW of NW' of ,25825 feet, run thrne North 33 dE I

Gainesville Florida the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Road; Containing 07 acre more or ner of said Section 13. run thence said Section 13, run I green 33 min. 41 sec. East lOl.P3 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
Ole Mae a minor Florida will on the 8th day of November less, exclusive of the existing road'South 20 degrees 57 min., sec. 4 degrees 39 min., 24 sec. East 1097.- 'feet to the East lin. of saul SectionI
Florida A.D., 1954 at 10:00: o'clock right of way Last 56.05 feet to a point 3 said 53 feet to the beginning of a curve at a point 379.56 feet Southe-ly
Oscar Lelloy Williams a minor. In the forenoon thereof in Circuit OWNED BY An undivided survey line designated as Station concave to the Southeast having a from' the Northeast corner of SE4!
Lawtey. Florida Court Chamber In Bradford County II half interest :is owned by one- 10 plus 00.0, continue thence South radius of 5729.578 feet, run thence of SE'i of said .Section 1, continue:

Doris William, a minor. Court at Starke, Florida J.nes. a widow 237 W. 127th Street Nora 20 degrees, 57 min., 36 sec. East Northeasterly along said curve thence for purpi of refere ice
Lawtey. Florida consider said Declaration of Taking I York City, along the projection of said survey through an angle of 1 degree, 4 North o" degrees, 33 mm., 43 sec
Ciemantine Williams, a minor. appoint appraiser and make New ApartmEnt York; 1NEW heirs, line a distance of 100 feet to the min.. 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 East 16.72 feet run thence North I
Lawtey. Florida such order as the Court deems devises and other claim end of said projecton. feet to the North line of SW I 17 degrees 56 mm.. 43 stc East 200 i

Edna Uelle Williams, a minor, proper. All parties to the suit and I tgrantees., through under or against Containing 0.04 more or less NW-i of said Section 1 at a point feet containing 1.966 acres, more I
Lawtey Florida all parties Interested may appearand Handy rymer. deceased (Petitionerhaving !:exclusive existing road right of 137.97 feet Easterly the North- or less- ALSO,
Rudolph Williams, a minor, be heard at the time and place acquired the other one-half way. west corner of SW of NWVi of said I A parcel of land described asPeginnmg : | HUNDREDS
Lawtey Florida designated. Interest). I IIS I OWNED BY Jessie Taylor Stewart Section 13, at the intersection of tht i,
Albert Smith. You and each of you. are here Millo.. 17 RlKht Of Way [ a widow, as and being the surviving I Containing 0.023 acres more or less West right of way line of State :
Lawtey. Florida by commanded to appear by filing That part of I widow, sole heir and devisee IS OWNED BY Robert W. Drake Road S-18, Section 2863-175 a! de- ,
Kula Bent Smith an answer to the petition heretofore NEi4 of NW4, except the East '., undEr the Will of Homer Judd Stew and wife Agnes M. Drake of Brad- II scribed above and the South line "f j of details are managed and economic

Lawtey. filed In this cause in the entitled 140 yards of the North 70 yards art deceased.I ford County, Florida Section 1, Township 8 South. Range | ally attended that
The unknown heirs, devisees grantees Court on or before the 29th of Section 32. Township 6 South.I I I' ) :o. 9 Right Of War TAKE NOTICE that a Oecaratol 22 East run thence North 12 degrees- | only a trained and
IEnor. creditors and other clai- day of November 1954, to chow Mange 22 East, :|[That part of: of Taking has been fed J4 n.in. 13 sec. East 70 feet to the careful organization can attend when
). under or again.t what right title interest or liens I lying within 40 feet of the survey i I Lot 3 of Ptock "A" of Mount above styled cause by petitioner beginning of a curve concave to the I
( the
Bill Jenkins. deceased. you or any of you. have in and to line of State Road S-100-A. Section i i Pleasant Sub-Division Silver Lake, the acquiring authority of these I Northwest having a radius of 100 urgent need for serving is at

Rosell Williams a minor any of the above described lands 2S57 said survey line being de- !I I Bradford County, Florida, proceedings. of the taking of the feet, run thence Southwesterly along hand.
Lawtey, Florida and show cause why the same Bribed as follows Begin on the 1|i lying West of and within 40 feet of above described lands. for the pur- I said curve 134.16 feet to the North
Otto Williams a minor should not be taken for the use West line of Section 32. Township ], the survey line of State Road S- pose set forth in the petition In line of said Section 1. run thence
L&wtey. Florida and purposes set forth In the petition 6 South. Ra\ige 22 East at a point.121-A Section 2863. said survey line this cause viz: right of way drain- I Easterly along the South line of
SECTION 2SS1M73 STATH ROil filed herein. 155.2 feet South of Northwest cor- ''|being described a follows: age ditches, borrow pits, borrow pit said Section 1 a distance of 50 feet DeWITT C. JONES

s-=5 11.\UFOnn COINTVSill WITNESS my hand and this seal ner of Section 32. said point being i I Beginning on the South line of SWVi drains and haul roads for a portion more or less to the point of be-
) No Right of War of said Court on this 27th day of on the arc of a curve concave to the ''of XWI of Section 13. Township 8 of State Roads Nos. S-100-A and j,I linnine containing 950 square feet Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
That part of: October A.D., 1S54. (Southeasterly having a radius of Range 22 East at a point S-21-A in Bradford County. Florida Use. ___e een
(a) SWV, of SEi of Section t, OFFICIAL Charles A. Darby 1S09.34 feet; thence from a tangent :23.94 feet Easterly from the Southwest and that one of the Judges ] IS OWNED BY- John D. Paterson ens srfl
Township 7 South. Range 2i ( Clerk of SE\LI Court of Brad. bearing of North 63 degrees 20 i corner of SWV4 of NW'4 of Circuit Court in the Eighth Judic-I'|and wife Marie Paterson Funeral Director
Kast.b Circui mm.. 22 sec East run Northeasterly I said Section 13. run thence North al Circuit of Florida wi ( ) NWV, of KE' of Section 3%. Hollis ford V. Florida Attorney. along said curve through a central 4 degrees, 39 mm., 24 sec. East 25th day of October, ., 1954, at i iC. McKay .
Ceunty
Township Range 21LESS Knight, ,angle of 25 depress, 28 min. 25 sec. 1097.53 feet to the beginning of a I 5:00: o'clock in the afternoon thereof |SUBJECT TO: Some right, title or )ur local funeral home enables u to offer convenlencej &n4
R".t Starke. Florida. 10/29 4t 1/1 la distance of 804.43 feet to the end curve concave to the Southeast having in Circuit Court Chambers in interest in or to the following defendants services not 0th5Fu7150
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ai.41.k
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and EXCEPT South 175 of said curve thence North 88 degrees a radius of 5729.578 fEEt, run Bradford County Court House at I : Andrew J. 'Johnson and ----- ---- .-- -V
yards (525 feet) of East 175 In The Circuit Court of The EIghth 48 min, 47 sec. East 1901.94 thence Northeasterly along said Starke Florida, consider said Declaration I wife Miriam M. Johnson. David B
yards (525 feet) thereof Judicial Circuit Of Florida la And ftet.; thtne North degrees 52 curve through an angle of 1 degree of Taking appoint appraiser Kegley and Marian S. Kegley, --er-- __-a. s __flssp.. sssfl.rs _
lying each tide of and within 40 For Bradford Count! Law .No.MCI. ,mm., 09 sec. East feet to 41 mm., 29 sec. a distance of 169.1 and make such orders as the wife, Joseph E. Mosely, John Ellis rpnn
feet of the survey line of State Road intersect the 91.1 of Alton feet to the North line of SW1 Court deems proper. All parties to I]Bryant Sr. and wife Naomi Ruth We furnish the highest type service at lowest price
t-Z5. Section %859, said survey line BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Road; containing .45 acre, more or NWVi of said Section 13 at a point I the suit and all parties interested', ]Bryant, Dan Pete Pappas Ruth La- ux ,pt Ar life insurance ,n
being described as follow: a, political subdivision of the less of the existing road 137.97 feet Easterly from the Northwest may appear and be heard at the | Forge and ArleneV.. IjhForge, policy, to force, Isaied by ANT

(a) Beginning on the North line of I State of Florida. right excusive way corner of SWVi of NWVi of said time and place designated. |Marcus E. Covington and wife I company, aa payment In part or In full on
Section 3%. Township 7 South. Range Petitioner IS OWNED BY: Everdinar Leonard, Section 13. I You. and each of you. are here-;Martha Hall Covington; the exact I] /uaeral
21 East at a point 16182 feet Westerly vs. 'Louisa Johnson and the unknown I|Containing 0.023 acres more or less by commanded to appear by filing ,I,:nature and extent of the right, title I' Consultation carries no obligation.
from the Northeast corner of RANDALL CHITTY. et al. heirs, grantees, devisee and other I IS OWNED BY: F. W. Dryden and ,an answer to the petition hereto- ';and interest of them and each of rSSStJsss=-' = s5ssflrrsrsstsssnS
said Section 32. run thence South Defendants claimants by, through, under or wife Virginia T. Dryden. fore filed in this cause In the en- ':them being unknown. I Sq -
1% degrees. 45 mln. 5 sec. West NOTICE OF ItriR MM I against Nickalas de- .SRD !>o. 1 Right Of Way titled Court on or before the 16th | SRI) :No. 4 RlKht Of Way
65.1 feet to the beginning of a NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN 'ceased. Ic'ashion. That part : day of November 1954, to show I That part of a parcel of land described -

curv. concave to the Northwest baying PROCEEDING sun No. 19 Right Of Way South 315 feet of SWVi of NWVi! what right, title interest or lens < asCommence
a radius of 1909.86 feet run IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY That part of- of Section 13 Township 8 South you, or any of you, have In at a permanent reference BEST
thencE Southwesterly along said. OF THE STATE OF West 165 feet of NW i of XEV, Range 22 East, West of Lake) any of the above described lands 1| monument located at the RATES IN TOWN
curve through a total central angleof FLORIDATO of Section 12, Township 6 South. I lying West of and within 40 feet'and show cause why the same SW corner of SEVi of Section 1,
6 degrees 41 mln. a distance of ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Range 22 East. of the survey line of State Road should not be taken for the uses To i South Range 22
%%2.7S feet to the end of said curve CERN. and to all persons and par- S-21-A. Section 2863, said survey line I and purposes set forth In the petition !'nshll, County Florida RepresentingAmerica's
run thence South 19 degrees, 26 min. ties having or claiming any right ,lying within 40 feet of the survey being described follows: filed herein. and run thence East along the

57 I"". WEt 270.52 feet more or lessto title interest, estate. mortgage er !line of State Road S-100-A. Section Beginning on the a South line of SW I WITNESS my hand and the seal Section line a distance of 2071
the THREAD of the SANTA FE other lien to or on those certain 12357. said survey line being described 'of NWt of Section 13. Township 81 of said Court on this 13th day of October feet to a concrete monument, Largest Mutual Ins. Companies
RIVER (South line of of land situate in Bradford as follows: Begin on the
BadfordCounty parcel West' South. Range 22 East at a point A.D., 1954. thence run North 13 degrees 45
North line of Florida and hereinafter de-:i'I line of Section 32, Township 23.94 Charles A. Darby East
I'[ feet Easterly from the Southwest (OFFICIAL SEAL) minutes a distance of 110
County), andO scribed and the following persons '16 155.South! feet, Range South 22 of East Northwest at a point .| corner of SWVi of NWVi of aid Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- feet to a point for the POINT COMPARE THESE SAVINGS
b) Beginning on the South line together with all unknown persons cor- Section 13, run thence North 4 ford County, Florida. OF P/EGINNING. From the pointof
of Section 29, Township 7 South. claiming by through or under ncr of Section 32, said point being !I' crees 39 min., 24 sec. East 1097.53 Hollis V. Knight, County Attorney beginning thus established run AUTOMOBILE
Range 21 East at a point 161S.2 known persons who are dead, or the on the arc of a curve concave to''feet to the beginning of a curve ,Starke. Florida. 10/15 4 11/a thence South 85 degrees 15 minutes 10 20%
feet Westerly from the Southeastcorner who are not known to be dead or Southeasterly having a radius
concave to the East a distance of 303 1 feet
having a I
of said Section 29, run thence alive. of 1809.1 feet of, thence North from a radius of Southeat, run thenceNortheasterly ''la The Circuit Court Of The Eighth to a point, thence run North 19 FIRE on DWELLING 20%
North 1! degrees, 45 mm.. 57 sec. : Randall Chitty, 20 mm. 22 63 tan-I along laid curve Judicial Circuit Of Florida la And degrees 0 minutes East a di--
sec. East
Ea.-a 669.5 feet to the beginning I Starke FloridaIra run through an angle of 1 degree, 41 j For Bradford Connty tance of 90 feet to a concrete FIRE on BUSINESS .
along said %
of a to the Northwest W Andreu. a tasterl' curve 15
widowe. min. 29 sec. a distance of 169.141 I Law Xo. 8'2 monument, thence run North 78
basing a radius of 343775 feet, run Bradford County, 25 angle of 25 degrees :I feet to the North line of SWVi of BRADFORD COr 'Y. FLRIA. degrees, 30 minutes West a distance MOTELS
sec. a distance of 804.
thence Northeasterly along said Clarence Andreu. min. 35%
of of 308.5 feet
to the end of said XWL said Section IS at a point a political to a point. -
curve,
curie through a total central angleof Escambia County. Florida fet theIceorth feet thence run South 13 degrees 50
Easterly from the North State of Florida.
SS
degrees 43 17.97 GARAGE
degrees min. a distance of Gwendolyn Andreu min. Petitioner.VS' minutes West a distance of 110 LIABILITY
1 % East 1901.94 feet thence North 89 corner of SWVi of NWVi ofaid 35%
; I'
CSS. feet to end of said curve Escambia County Florida Section 13; feet to the point of beginning,
run thence North 01 degrees. 17 Cortex A. DeBerry degrees, 52 min., 09 see East 91.1 at lying Southeast of and 40 I
feet to intersect Containing 0.057 acres more or less J. V. JOHNSON et within
mln.. 57 F ec East 1305.26 feet run Kscambia County. Florida Alton Road IS OWNED BY: Rev. George Defendants. feet of the survey line of State i Why More
Pay
thence North 0 degrees 01 mln.. 31 I Finly DeBerry more less: containing .06 acre Aldridge a Wired. NOTICE OF RILE NISI Road S-18. Section 2S63. said sur-
sec ,':ast 1.93 feet to the North line Escambta County. Florida ing road or right, exclusive of of the exist- RD No. 12 Drainage NOTICE OF EMLVENT DOMAIN vey line being described as: i iBeginning
of SEW uf Section 29. Township 7 Grace A. Sorensen, way. Lateral Ditch Right of Eaaemea'i > I on the South line of said'
South Range 21 East at a point Escambia County Florida IS OWNED BY- David Johnson and Plus 10.8 St.to. 3 LV THEEXAMEGAXD BY THE AUTHORITY Section 1 at a point 437.98 feet 1 0Contact
19l.S feet Westerly from the Northeast John A. Sorensen. wife Louisa Johnson. That part of: OF THE STATE OF Westerly from the Southeast corner I
corner of SE\of said Section Escambia County Florida MID "u. 23 Drainage Easement South 315 feet of SWH FLORID-i I of said Section 1. run thence North

:9, Hercules Powder Company, a corporation Ditch Right n aMt Station 107 nf Section 13, Township ofL TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 12 degrees. 34 min, 13 sec East )

Containing 0.721 .TS more or less.exclusive Range 22 East (West or South and to al persons and !558.36 feet, run thence North 29 dEgrees >!
of existing road right c Wilmington, Delaware. That part of lying each side of and Lke parties having claiming any'' 27 mm., 13 sec. East 20S 2: '

way. Everdinar Leonard SW of XEI of ration 31. feet of a Lateral Ditch Centerline, riht title Interest. estate, mortgage -[feet run thence North 33 degree. CONNER
IS OWNED BY: W. II. Eddy and J. Bradford County Florida Township I Range 22 aid Ditch Centerline being dej j or other lien to or on thosepanels 33 min, 43 sec. East 30193 feet to i Bros. Insurance Agency
W Edd '. Loui-a Johnson, East. I
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scribed as follows ( ertan of lard situate in |the East line of said Stdln I a' a
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of rititiun 29 Townhiup 7 South .'d other c'.a'niant: !> by. ,- ,'rn. t ( '. the Nor.n 1me I South Range 22 East at a'tat ,.! t.ge'h-r w.! aU! unknown ad -r .t..n 1. c-.iit.unmg! 0 jl Phone 285

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BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGRAM. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE NINB
} FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1954

tl YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE Tampa spent the weekend with SEVENTH DAY EVERGREEN
At The TabernacleThe Presbyterian Church relatives and friends in the Law ADVENTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH

( school, LEVELby tey area. Services each Sabbath in old Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
sponsors of he Gospel Tabernacle Sunday Nov. 7 Sunday
I together with other mem 9:45: a. m.; Morning worship serv- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sckmehl and Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -|ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30:
small of Jacksonville and :
daughter
bers of the Gideons conducted 'ce, "The Spirit vs. the Letter :Mrs. II. :M. :MrRaeAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I School 2 p.m. Preaching''p. m Preaching 7:30 p m Prayer
I :morning and afternoon services at 11 a. m.; Youth fellowship, Margaret I Mis. Schmehl's parents, Mr. and each second and fourth Sabbaths(!i Meeting Wednesday 7'30 pm. '
M' Buford of
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s Higginbotham I:
he State Prison Farm Sunday. Rose Duncan and Frances i Rev. J E Lingerie! pastor
,Maxville were Sunday dinner i 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.
The laymen of the Tabernacle Caldwell, hostesses, 6 p. m.; Eve- Rev. W. E. Hall was called to .
onducted the preliminary serve ning worship service, "The Great I Atlanta on Friday a week ago to I guests of Mrs. James Waters and I Bible Study eacn lnursvay 8 p.nl <
Methodist Church Methodist Church ; at the morning hour and Rev. Purpose of Life," 7:30: p. m. conduct the funeral services of family. i Everyone welcome.
The annual Hallowe'en Carnivalwas
I
W. A. Scott of Gainesville broughtthe Wednesday, Nov. 10 Prayer Mrs. Nina Brown. Accompanied
Shows AcclaimedFilm Sunday, Nov. 7Church School, message using the first 15 meeting, 7:30, p. m.; Adult choir, I by Mrs. Hall he visited his brother, a feature of the school activi- -l COLONIALFLORIST
I
Si nday Night '9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship, 11a. verses from the third chapter of 3 p. m.Thursday. John Hall, who has been ill several 'ties in Lawtey Saturday night, and I Wash Your I
i as usual it was quite a successful Clothes
m., Communion Service with a 1 Corinthians. Visitors were pres-, Nov. 11 Junior weeks. event. Even the cold weather
"The hidden Heart" a new feature ent from Park-of-the-Palms and choir practice. They were accompanied home I
9 Pounds
time 5:30
Recreation j
Sermonette; didn't seem to dim the gala spirits j ,
Gainesville.A Iby Norm I
Mrs. Hall's sister, :Mrs.
I film made by the :Methodist Fellowship for inter- and appetites of members of the:
p. m.; supper message from Rev. G. E. Cut- CYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYfBAYLESS I Smith of Atlanta. It is her first I For 40c! I FLOWERS
Church will be shown at the First community. |
mediates and seniors, 6:15 p. m.; shaw was appreciated Friday visit here in about 10 years, and I

Methodist Church on Sunday at Worship service for MYF groups, I night and the Saturday meetingwas I HIS\ AY I all of her old friends are very gladto I '..1..y..m.mVYm.mIIEILBRONNI I FREE Bleach If Desired! i For All Occasions

7:30: p. m. This film has been acclaimed 6:45: p. m.; Evening worship servo under the direction of E. Y. see her again. II PHONE 218

as the best in the series of Berry who had prepared an interesting I I Mrs. C. H. Callahan and daughter I
ice, 7:30 p. m. with the showing by !MM. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I e
of films the Methodist Church has program for the occasion. I Karen of Miami arrived by
I; produced.It the film: "The Hidden Heart.' Special music was given at all I I plane last Wednesday for a visit (j)
Wednesday, Nov. 10 Ch(1dren's II' Mrs. Anrel Norman
services. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. By j We Will
I II (IChu'h News
is a film for young people, story hour, 3:30 p. m.; i
I Rev. H. C. Martin filled his fl. R. Crosby and family, and her AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjRev Your Clothes
them to hold high their I Dry
7:30
bidding Bible study and prayer, p. m. brother-in-law I
and sister, Mr. and
ideals and enthusiasm. It is a film I I Thursday Nov. 11 Youth Church of God Highway regular appointment Sunday morning at Bayless and I Mrs. W. E. Shanley. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw filled thai!I I, For 20c DISH GARDENS

for parents, asserting that young,I choir rehearsal, 6:30: p. m.; Chancel Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn evening. Shanley left for Ft. Worth Tex., pulpit Sunday morning and eve-i|I POTTED PLANTS
people usually turn out magnificently -! I absence of the la New Automatic Driers!II i
in
the -
choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Bradford Friday morning where he will enter ning pastor i I I
if the parents live magnifi- Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E.: Don't forget the convention Bible School Rev. Milton Dukes, who is POTTERYFlowers
Union County singing I
cently. WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and meets with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and conducting a revival in Tampa. : o
Bayless Highway
The film illustrates that where BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. church Sunday afternoon at 2 p. i son, Lynn were dinner guests of This community was saddened to|,I I i WiredAnywhere

your heart is, there will be your LAW fEY, FLA. Lawtey m. Everyone is invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick in. learn of the death of Mrs. Jewel

treasure also.A 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning for an afternoon of good singing. their new home in Starke Sunday.The Rosier of the Evergreen community. : The Washeteria i

freewill offering will be takento preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4: pray. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Choir practice is held at the H. M. McRae's and Mrs. V. E. She was formerly Jewel Ed- I

help meet production and distribution er service 7 o'clock song services. Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Bayless Highway every Saturday Thornton were visitors_._ __ _Sundav_n__ wards and lived in our community temple Ave. Starkei Nona St. Starke
costs. 7:30 evening services. night at 7:30 p. m. Everyone is afternoon. They also visited Mrs. before her marriage to Cedric

--. -... I St. Mark's Episcopal invited to attend and help out with Winnie Cone who is ill. We wish Rosier several years ago. We ex- i i I
:_._:-.- _" :;: -.' ,!,,- '-. '_ J--i2: ::: her a speedy recovery. tend to the bereaved family the -- -. '
I,I Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln the Personal singing.Items I Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall attended sincere sympathy of this community. : --": :=. ..:<::::: :: : := ::_..:. _. > -- =.. 'c__ _. > =, :

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal :Mr. and Mrs; Dave Simpson and the State Fellowship meet i OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBSCook's
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke and ing at the Churchat Mr. and Mrs. Barney and
Church will be as follows: children of Charlotte, N. C., Calvary Baptist Eggers
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church Mrs. :Mary Grimsley of Jacksonville Vidalia, Ga., Tuesday and Wednesday children of Jacksonville were visit-!
School spent the weekend with Mrs.S. of last week. ing relatives here during the latter
and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -'
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: R. Clark. I Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mrs. Nora part of last week. They attendedthe :
p.m. Y. P. S. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johns and Smith are visiting Mr. and Mrs. wedding of Mrs. Eggers' cousin

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litanyand son, George and wife, were visit i Wm. Guy Hall and family at Shirley McRae, Thursday :
Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir ing Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews Cocoa. night and the Gator Growl in I
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Practice. Sunday afternoon.Mr. I I I We were glad to have all the i Gainesville on Friday. t

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, and Mrs. obby Crosby and I visitors with us at church Sun I Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof i
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. .niece. Patricia Crawford, of Jacksonville [day morning and evening. We were Tampa visited relatives here: GrOCery
I were dinner guests of Mr. glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I this week.

St. Edward's Church I and Mrs. Harold Crews Sunday. Huey of Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White and .....
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. i Mr. and Mrs. Green Holly of: I think everyone enjoyed they 1 baby have moved into their trailer PHONE 405
Sunday Mass at 0:15: a. m. Honolulu, Hawaii, and Mr. and Mrs.J. .'j Hog Killing at L. A. Crosby's last I at the Atlantic Service Stationon
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
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T. Wood Thomasville, Ga.,(
'3:30 Thursday. There were about 30 Temple Ave. in Starke. Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons
: a. m.Children's
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Class were recent guests of Holly's adults and a few children, and On the sick list this week are -- ..
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Saturday I
brother and sister-in-law, the K there were seven big hogs to but- J. S. Norman, Wilmont Brown, and f
a. m. PURE BLACK &
A. Hollys. cher. I guess some of the folks Jerry Witcher. We wish them a ; 1Pepper
Keystone HeightsWomen's We are very glad to know that were too tired to attend the wed speedy recovery. !!

'.. .. '.-..' .- ..::.. _' .. .": ,,;:.:.,:'" <0'-: <..f;"_ ;-'",- :;:'-. .;,.:..,;, I ( Club) Mrs. Beulah Kelly is recuperating ding that night. Mrs. Johnnie Knight of Hamp- '' c
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. nicely at the home of her son, J. Well, Wedding bells are still ton has been spending some time '
SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 P.M. 'I Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. R. Kelly, after undergoing a major ringing. I with the Purvis Green's. 7lh
I Confessions before all Massea. operation in St. Vincent's Hospital, Mrs. Edwin McRae Raymond j
i and daughter Redding is enjoying a i
recently.Mr. Jimmie, of Starke were visit- leave from service with his parents -
First Baptist Church HamptonArea I AREA BAPTIST YOUTH and Mrs. M. L. Watterson ors of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and friends.

ILXVE SPECIAL FILM and Mrs. D. H. McMahone: and Monday of last week. The Hallowe'en Carnival Tuesday ,

Baptist Youth Rally AT HAMPTON CHURCH baby of Hampton and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas I night drew a good sized crowd' Northern Rolls 4 EC
Mrs. Archie Eiland of Homosassawere I'I'I
and children
of Brooker din and
I The combined; Baptist YoungPeople's I were I was considered a big success. TISSUE 2
visiting the Freddie Watter-
ner guests of the W. C. Connersand
Directed By I groups of the Hampton sons recently.Mrs. .
I H. H. Lewis' last Sunday..
Pastor Merle Packham and A. C. Fiegert Baptist Church and Hope Baptist =-
I'' W. C. Ward and :Mrs. Tiny Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of
0 Special features of the evening I Church are holding of first of a Lovell were business; visitors in Starke were dinner guests of Mr. I Cans
(Mr. and Airs. Scotty Nybnrg, youth workers from| planned series of meetings on Saturday Jacksonville last Wednesday.Just and Mrs. J. L. Conner Sunday. TOMATOES 2 2SC
evening of this week. The about everybody went to i
Brooklyn, New York, will! lead in the Singspriation I
meeting which will be featuredby the Gator Growl last Friday eve .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY y
Gospel Film "Missing Christians" i a Christian film, "Missing ning. I took my class to see the DIXIE LILY
I Christians," will be held at the I parade Friday afternoon accompanied I
Special Music. Special Singing I Hampton Church. : by the home room mothers \ F FLOUR 10LbBag $4.05

Christian Fellowship"Our The service will be held at 7:30p. : and Mrs. Teresa Crosby. We all
m. After the showing of the had a wonderful time, but there by I* II. FlitchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAA,4

Youth Today Our Leaders Tomorrow" film, a Singspriation: will be held. were some sore aching feet from Ht (With $5.00 Order) 5 Lb Bag

.: .;.- <.. '-' ... ... .. ....:;.-::- -..... :..._ _..:;::..:;;,..;;a :_ ;;: >:"-"'> The planned series of Young waiting for the parade.
.. I People's Rallies will feature regular Hear Gladys Newman and folks Rev. R. E. Rutland, superintendent -
Saturday night meetings. Meetngs attended the parade and stayed of the Gainesville District of i
; will be held alternately at over for the evening festivities. the Methodist Church will conduct 39C

Hope and Hampton. Social features The Lavon Crosby's are enjoy- services at the Lawtey Church I Ii Sugar
DOES YOUR RANGE will be included in the inspirational ing a two week's vacation in New next Sunday morning, Nov. 7. i

and educational pro- York state visiting Florence's James Anders of Palatka was CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I II
folks. This is Lavon's first tripto visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ii i
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) grams. New York. I bet he is having O. J. Anders over the weekend.Mr. I about this question I
6 Bot Ctn
The Young People of these
fun and is probably:! freezing too and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and PEPSI COLA 2SC
( churches invite all Young Peoplef I
children of Jacksonville the
Hear Helen
Msijis Chef that Crosby has accepted spent
FEATURE? this area to attend and partici- When an explosion wind or
weekend
with Mrs.
a position with Radio Sta- Reynolds' par-
...... .. I pate. tion WDVH, lucky gal. Haven'theard ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. :Mosley hail storm knocks out a lot ,
i ......... i Mr and Mrs. Scotty Nyburg of PLANTATION
exactly what her position is, Sr. of plate glass store winodws
1,!B'ooklyn inspiration, New and York, will lead in but she will probably do secreterial The L. H. Futches were business I in a town, I understand that Lb Bag
preside at the
visitors to Lake ,,
work for the station. Butler Saturday I SRI ITS S 5 31C
piano. They are experienced youth Missed Shirley McRae's wedding of last week. insured show windows are

j workers. last Thursday evening, but I heard Mrs. G. W. Roberts enterta'nedwith replaced first thru an agreement !

s., : HI-WAY CHAPEL that it was a beautiful affair. a stork shower in her home with the glass com- !'
Rev. and :Mrs. C. A. Crosby of Wednesday night of last week, I COLLARDS orTURNIPS
1 (Assembly! of God) panies. Is this an added advantage j I
Linden were supper guests of the honoring Mrs. C. F. Cumbee. Cans
780 \\'. Highway 16 O. E. Crosbys last Wednesday. Miss Mary Julia Futch who is of Plate Glass In-I 3 2SC

I, Services at the Hi-Way Chapel. They also attended the Hog Kill- '\ student of Florida State Collegein surance?

780 West Highway 16 will be as !ng at Lester Crosby's Thursday. Tallahassee was visiting her II
follows: This cool weather is ideal for,mother. Mrs. Joyce T. Futch, and -- I I 3 I.bs.

I Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday more good old hog killings and other relatives during the week-

School; 11 a.m. Worship Hour: cane grindings.We "end.Mr. E. Johns I
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. want to thank Mrs. H. H. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and I Charley Bananas 29c

Thursday: 7:30 p.m. Bible Lewis for this thought for the i Freddie Dinkins were in Jacksonville i: I
Hour. Hear Rev. Bullock speakon week: "I shall pass through this )I II Sunday visiting Mr. Dinkm i,

the Book of Revelation. Pic- (I world but once. Any good thing mother Mrs. Chas. Dinkins, and & Son
torial charts available to everyoneto I that I can do or any kindness that II |other relative Agency
see. I can show any human bpinsr. let j Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green :A Lb ffC
I me do it now.. Let me not defer j were visitors to St. Augustine I GREEN CABBAGE
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. ,
1I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST nor neglect it for I shall not pass ]TI'u'day of last week. :

I LATTER DAY SAINTS I this way again. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang of u&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&uuA .iI I

Services_ __ n each___n_ _Sunday n. ". in n. old___ h__.---. ,..,....._..,..,., -"'" Lbs
1 I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ': a RED GRAPES 2 2ScI
School 10 a. m. Sacrament !

I j Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel- I
"MAGIC OVENEYE"Yours ,''rorneI

I I The '55 FORDS are carning. Lbs 4 ftC

t IIEHJiRONNBAPTIST CHURCH /A i I I YELLOW ONIONS 3

exclusively with the 19'I I
No need to watch the clock in, Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach-I

oven pre-heating Just watch ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: | Iff FRESH BEEF Lb.
the "magic oven-eye". This little p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer; I
Jewel glows red when the oven is Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. '
up to temperature your ae- I REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. ; ( :
pendable baking signal Grand- I ; Liver 21CSMOKED
prize results every time. t II I AIR IARKPTIST
Magic Chef gas range Jj ,1
Air Park Baptist Church: Sunday -
TOTAL School, 9:45 a. m.: Preaching; r With : !

Cash, PriceLESS 348.95 i ,6:45 Service: p., m.11;a.Preaching m.; Training Service Union, 8 I eAL your choice of Lb
BACON 45CTBONE
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TRADE JIN I p. m. Prayer meeting. '.
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Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship J II I
Service 11 a. m : Youth Program'' I
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS 6:30 p m. Evening Servicep. *

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Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TABKE. FLORIDA
8 1954
FRIDAY NOVEMBER ,
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NOTICETO County, City Offices Recent Birth NOTICE TO .APPEAR (complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney ,I
CORRESPONDENTS !. Circuit Coort. Bradford C.aatT Alan C. Winter, Jr.,
Closed Next ThursdayCounty SOCIETYWoman's : Florida In Chancery. I! 508 Florida Title Building Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez of Alice Edwards Karnes, vs. Alfred i Florida. I Sell It Rent It Trade
We will appreciate the cooperation Grant Karnes, Defendant. I and file the original In the office
and City offices will be Jacksonville announce the birth ofa Case No 10-752 |lof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
of all correspondents ministers daughter on Oct. 31. The babyis Notice To AppearTo before the
closed next Armisticeor I
Thursday,
Club Hears : Alfred Grant Karnes. whose 29 of 1954
day November
club reporters, etc. in getting Veteran's Day. the granddaughter of Mr. and resident and address is. Route 3, I ; WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
i otherwise the allegations of said
International Mrs. Joe Martinez of Starke. Crab Orchard Kentucky.You '
their news items early next week. TopicsDr. 'Complaint will be taken as confessed -
i are hereby notified that a by you. Rates Good Results Easy To Place
Not only is next week the publication Sapps Plan ReunionThe suit for I This notice shall be published
date of The Telegraph's big and Mrs. Kulkarm of India Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Crewsof Divorce and restoration of former once each week for four consecutive i
name __ weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - BOe
75th Anniversary Issue, but family of Henry and Martha students at the University of FlorIda Starke are the happy parentsof
has been filed against you in the graph. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
Thursday, Nov. 11, is also a holi Sapp will hold a family reunion will be guest speakers on the a daughter Carol Sue, born above named Court and cause and Hated this 26 day of October. 1954.:
Oct. 30. you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby DI'COIAT OP 13 PER CENT ON' TWO OR MORE INSERTIONSKf
day. Therefore, it is urgent that I International Relations program at the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sunday at the home of Felix Sapp, your answer or pleading to complaint -
copy be in our office Monday, or on the Plaintiff's Attorney |'By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the old homestead, Heilbronn the Starke Woman's Club at their 'I 10/29 4t 1119In ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS :NOT PAID IN ADVANCEMEMORIAMS
Mr. Mrs. Florida
Tuesday morning at the latest, in and Leon Gray are receiving T. Frank Landrum tarke. *
Dinner will be served at
Springs.
Wednesday
rder to get In next week's isane. 1 o'clock. November meeting I I congratulations on thebirth and file the original In the office of The County Jadge-Court. In and CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per LIDeCOIDt'T
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the of a daughter on Oct 23 in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I For Itradford County, .Florida I'
I Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. or before the 6 day of December, 'j In Probate. ( & WORDS TO EACH LINE)
TROUBLE SHOOTINGA BAKE SALE club house. I 1954; otherwise the allegations of''IX RE: The ESTATE .,t S. L I II
Gray is the former Sara Williams. CRKWS, also known as STAFFORD -'! -
will be taken
SPECIALTY of Also on the program will be Miss said Complaint as
The
Gamma Theta Chapter --
I I confessed by you. I L. CREWS. Deceased. I --
Clara Leaman of Starke, who was NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'II
Beta Sigma Phi will have a bake
Joe Martinez I This notice shall be published
to India and The following births have been All creditors of the estate of S. A. J. Thomas, Starke Fla.
former missionary I
sale Saturday morning, Nov. 6 in a once each week for four consecu- FOR SALEHomes
\ L., also known Stafford L. Crews.
as
announced by the Starke Ia- I
Miss tive 'Weeks in the Bradford County
ElectricianDo well versed on the subject.
front of 'Canova's Drug Store. Telegraph. II deceased, are hereby notified and HAS
Leaman will display her many In- ternity Hospital: lequired to file any claims or de-
Dated this 3 day of November, 'n-ands I II FOR SALE Under
which they have against ConstructionIN
AnyKindOfElectrical may
Mr. and :Mrs. Olive Jr.
,
dia objects of interest including LeRoy
1954. I .
the said estate in the office of the ;
Repair HELP for CoughsYou chinaware, linens, antique gold and of Starke, a son, Lester Lamar, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I County Judge of Bradford County, i' Itrllchtful two bed>> room home STARKE'S
Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida in the Courthouse at Starke. '
House Wiring Etc. for the afetrnoon's Oct. 17.
silver pieces I beautifully situated antonxMtatrlr
By Marian U'Crosby. Deputy Clerk i iI Florida within eight (8) calendar furaload. NEWEST SUBDIVISION
fully
Pine trrrn
feel cooling toothing help fromthe program.Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Ray D.. Silcox of 11/5 4t 11/26'months from the date of the first with modern c'ournient.. 4

very first dose. Clogging phlegm J. A. Griffin is chairmanof Starke Thomas Oct I publication, of this Notice. Each i I arm of land, SAO fret road frontage Pine haven
When in Trouble Call Me IS loosened, you breathe deeper.CREOMUL'SION. a son, Randy NOTICE TO APPEARU I claim or demand must be in writing I on well known Slat High
Phone Laura the International Relations 16. Clrcalt Court. Bradford Covnty, [and must state the place of rest.dene "BJUAt :1 mile from (1t-

I37-J' at Park St. program with Mrs. Ewell Lawsonas :Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Florida In Chancery. Plaintiff |iclaimant and and post must office be address sworn of to the by'I' limit of Markr. Price $5T50.OOls'too.oo WITH ALL THESE FEATURES

itlitm CMfki, OKI Colds, Acutt B/Mckihs co-chairman. Hostesses will be Starke Joy Curtiss Armstrong I the claimant, his agent, or his down payment Balance Insulated Roof, Faired W.llaap".1t ,
a- a daughter, Sharon Kaye, vs. William P. Armstrong. Defendant. at-\\ convenient term
torney, or it will become void \ Tile Floor..
JaloarfcUndow
Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. L. F. Din- Case No. 10-736
_______ --- Oct. 17.. cording to law. \ and Door. Hot Water
kins, Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. :.Notice To AppearTo A. J. THOMASREALTOR Heater Bad Sink Fall Bath. CarPorts
:Mr. and Mrs. Ovid G. Lewis. whose This the 20 day of October, AD.
William P.
: Armstrong. .
Earl Searing, Mrs. Bertha Pearce I 1954. \ City ItllltlM. Wooded
Starke. a daughter, Carleen residence and address Is; 6908 Se- Lot., Close t. School,
Faye (Signed) Murli- M. Crews. Charche
WINKLER( and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. minole Jacksonville, Flor 214
ELECTRIC SERVICEGet Oct. 28. Avenue. Admlnlstr trix of the Estate of (04 Temple Ae. Telephone and BniiBtM o lat rtc1.
Starke, Florid
ida.You S. I.. Crews, also known as
Set For the Better Fall Mr. and Mrs.,George Wood of are hereby notified that a Stafford I. Crews, Deceased. I FHA FINANCING
Halloween Party Held suit for First publication on October 29, !54, 8 Bedroom 97,000
9330Down.
Programs Now Coming on NIT!!. Starke, a daughter, Kathleen Divorce custody, (control and i 10/29 4t 11:IS ;' RADIOS REPAIREDAll 9225 Cloning CwUj ,-...t -
MYF Last Week Marie, Oct. 30. support of minor child \ Payment .
By ___ I ITMEATB. I.I I.. Hake All Model 940.70.S
has been filed against you In the I '" -'- i-y- :" '--" Reasonable charge .ra.teH
:Mr. and :Mrs. William C. Rhodenof above named Court and cause and I ": 't: .-___, --Iii: -.---.:>. i CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Bedroom* fJUMJO _

\ Members of the Methodist Youth Starke, a son, Dennis James, you are required to serve a copy of 'loa W. Call St. Starke Ph. 33S Down. 9250 Cloilig Ctwt. Moathj -

RADIO Fellowship entertained at a Hallowe'en Nov. 2. your answer or pleading to the D II Payment 917.06.
Nothing else to Purchase
pay.
Mr. and Mrs. James Norman
,
party Saturday eveningin Match I Electric Motors NOW Move la when
AND the Recreation Hall with 25 Raiford, a son, Joey Eugene, Nov. I Shooting I LARKE FLA. com
pletedSee
guests enjoying the affair. 2.. SATURDAY NOV. 6TII REWOUND AND

TELEVISIONSales The hall was gayly decorated in I 45 HEAD OF TURKEYSW. SERVICEDSmall
I Fri. Sat. Nov. 5 6
Joseph D. Warren
the Hallowe'en motif, with a pro- Singing ConventionThere R. COOK'S FARM I I

'6 fusion of corn stalks, oranges and Turn left at B. T. Thomas Double Feature I Appliance Repair WARREN CONST. CO.

black crepe paper streamers, will be a Singing Conven- Garage General Machine WorkS

17-Inch TVMahogany 179.95 and Service pumpkins and black cats placed' tion at the Bayless Highway Bap- \ Money From HomeWith i P. O. Box 787 Tele u -w

at points of interest. Appropriategames tist Church on Sunday Nov. 7. p

Wflflnnsrnnn-nntflsflrt, tS I4JSS tflt aSS and bobbing for apples Ftarting at 2 p.m. The public is Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis I II All Work Guaranteed I Starke, }1a.

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaSPECIAL were enjoyed during the evening cordially invited. KEROSENEDELIBERY I I -AndWestern Reasonable Rates \'

along with the telling of ghost S ,I 50 ACRES improved pasture, 13'
: stories. Mrs. Nelson Green portrayed BANK HOLIDAYThe ; Cyclone bearing pecan trees. 2 dwelling
numerous out buildings, water
the of the witch. I RED SEAL
part supply plentiful with auto. eleipumps.
Florida Bank at Starke
i With Buster Crabbe and |%$,0011. Write C. Let ch.Po. ,
Mrs. Robert Sommer and T. H. will not be open for business next j Al (Fuzzy) St Johns ELECTIUC & MACHINE 2, Box 51, Starke (Bradford Co.)

Slade, sponsors of the MYF, were Thursday, Nov. 11. Armistice Day, Plus Serial Chap. No. S "Bat Man" tfchg

assisted serving refreshments by legal holiday in Florida. I and Cartoon for Children SHOPF. FOR LEASE New Modern Sinclair

Mrs. T. H. Slade, :Mrs. W. H. i SERVICE Station just completed in Keystone -
I Heights Fla. on State High-
Smith Mrs. W. ORAUDON
F. C.
Hollingsworth, CARD OF THANKSWe
- -
I way 100. Phone 124 or J22-J,
Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, and Mrs.E. I Sun., Mon., and Tues. Owner, Manager Starke. Fla. tfchg

17 INCH USED E. Matthews. desire to express to our Nov., 8, 9
Phone S97 WILL KEEP CHILDREN day for
106 Washington St-
Double Feature
kind neighbors and thoughtful WHEN YOU I working parents and lady will

friends our heartfelt thanks for Starke Fla. keep house. Apply 616 Cherry St
Beta Sigma Phi WAR ARROW lip
their many expressions of sym- FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete
Meets Monday NightThe nathy. Also Dr. Barry, Dr. WANT IT I block, 18c. Cement 11.40 per LET J. D. ODOM. JR.
TV 75 Jeff Chandler and Maureen OIIara bag. Mortar Mix J1.25 per bag. HANDLB YOURCAVTL
Ritch and the nurses of the Starke AndHOUDINI Bradford Engmerlng Co., phone } AND HOGS

Gamma Theta Chapter of Maternity Hospital. The beautiful I I 9< Starke. tf Live Oak- Each SALES WedaecdarGalaettllle -

Beta Sigma Phi will hold their floral offerings were especially FOR KENT-Nicely furnished two Each WrUng

Ritual of Jewels for the following appreciated.-Cedric Rosier and I bedroom house Corner of Christian tt
and Pratt Sts. R E. Mun-
members: :Minnie Lou Patray the Edwards family. Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh dorff. Itchg WHITE WAITRESS WANTED -

90 DAY WARRANTY Jonny Sue Urquhart. Lucille TIlE RIGHT POINT for tot 1'lus Color Cartoon for ChUdren New Kingsley Beach. tf
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In-
Payne, Betty May and Kitty ContactSHEEL FOR SALE-SO! farm
way you write. Come In and select quire at Bus Station. ttcon. acre with modern -
heuse, 1 mils North of Law-
Carter, qt the home of Norma
I jour favorite fcSTERBROOR Wed., Thur.-Nov. 10, 11 tey on U. R SOI. within mile of
Currie Nov. g at .TRY CURED HAMS .
Monday night, Humphreys New Highland Plant.See
7:30. Fountain Pen. Only $%.3'7 at Double Feature FOR SILK owner W. R. 8tr <'kIRnd. tfchg
: Afterwards a dinner will
BRADFORD COUNTY TELL STAHKK ICE CO. tf
be held in their honor at the 301 Rails Into LaramieJohn FOR RENT-Three rooms nicely
furnished, electric kitchen Duo-
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Restaurant. ACCORDION AND PIAXO LESONSSpecializing
Therm heater. Middle
Bradford County : in adult and preschool age ladyor
SERVICE Payne and Marl Blanchard pupils. Rental accordions couple only. Mrs. L. M. Clark.
age
FIRST METHODIST TO and Neighbors available at reasonable Take left road at Call St. bridgeIt
People -And-
TV Radio Seat Covers Is now being paved. Bensent
Upholstering rates. Classes Thursday and Saturday -
HONOR NEW MEMBERSA
Call Road 1 mile to my sign. Rt. 1,
Heights.
at Keystone
Eligible For Cash I Down Memory Lane ;3463: Keystone Heights, Mrs. J. L. Box 2-C tfchg
Starke Fla.MON.. reception in honor of the 41 STATIONLawtey Stalling, Earleton. Fla. lip 115IWE

new members taken into the mem- Families who are short on Cashto Blng Crosby and \V. C. Fields
I
bership of the First. Methodist pay those overdue bills and ARE ACCEPTING applications I
Plus Cartoon for Children fur a part time representative: to I Idi I SARATOGAHEIGHTS
Church of Starke since Rev. those bills that are a bit too Fla. "' -- > redit reporting in Starke and j jvumity I
Robert Sommer became the pastor high can look. to Marion Finance : 'I ,t = i-I :? on fee basis. Reply by
background,
will be held i for aid Marion Finance in maul stating age
Wednesday record and
night, employment i
--F- iniMiie.ss or
SAT. ONLYIANK'IES at 7:30 p.m.. in the Recreation i Gainesville can either assist by : _, __ _, ___ -_ -.n __ __ =- ::::!: pif-rnt activities. Car essential.Hitired I

I a PAYDAY LOAN for 30 days so !-in.-idered.or semi-retired. Reporting persons! al'i''i

Hall.John Torode is or a monthly Budget Loan with ger, Dunn and Bradstreet, Inc.
chairman for l' Office Box 2206, Jackson-
to fit the pocketbook. i.st
the reception and he has planned payments MONEYFor \"Ilk. FU. Jtchg 11/12 VETERANS
I The interest is small, for example -
a 25 minute program of music and
$50.00 for 30 days is HOI; EKI-EPISG CABINS reasonable -
readings, after which the pastor .
Inquire Michigan Ranch,
only $1.75. CONTACT MARION I $100.00 CASH DOWN
will introduce all the new members Road 100 South. 2tp l1iI
FINANCE BY MAIL, BOX 446
: to the I
group. or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gaines- AZ.\LEA tI'ECIAL.Sice size Formosa PAYMENTAll
After the program there will be ville then come in and pick the that help you need, see Marion :2ic each. or & lor }1. LfubhFo >
an informal social with punch Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville. mobil and President Clay, thrr-bedroom maOBi7
MONEY up in one trip REMEMBER tilniiming size, 3Sc: each. Starke borne With or nllhoat c.r-
and cookies being serve:!. All the -; port, ,
Itp Mange ceramictile
-urol'ry. room
ITS CONFIDENTIALAT Those friendly people there
are
espe- ,
members of the church are I nimluw sills and balk.
I Limit to be requested -, MARION FINANCE AT cially to help with cash those who are in I' FUR KENT-Furnished 5-room Kitchen rxbanut faa. concrete

C these new members present a warm and hearted give- GAINESVILLE for that $25.00 to need of $25.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget 1: nous Martin Fruit Shop. lung ribbon. equipment and apron optional.. ElectrickItcbeii For

9 Ladies and welcome.. $300.00. Loans on Payday 30 day Loans. 'Felt SALE-Upright Piano, davenport farther delalU rail 21 i.
and chair. Can be see at
ChildrensCHILDREN'S Call Marion Finance Co. and make your a stern b Texaco Station Mrs. Alan Salesman P.M. nnlll on dark ground earn day.from 'SiOO
Peik 2tp 11/12
INTENTION" TO
W.C.T.U. IlF.blSTKR.NOTICK FICTITIOtS NAME application. Then Come in, and get the For ether bargain in renl
Notice is hereby given that tht- Cash in one trip. 5 ,SE\\ IXC AND ALTERATIONS of allkinds rotate see
undersigned, under the provisions otChaptE'r i i 1Iar"s dewing Nook, atliahmers
WANTED: 1,
20.953 Laws of Florida, Gift Shop. UpI
The Credit requirements are very A. J. THOMAS Realtor
A
FEW MILLION MORE
Acts of 1941, will register with the I .
CHRISTIANS Clerk of the Circuit Court in and liberal. 1/1 l U IttXT-Five. room furnished
TO JOIN orKKANKS
for Bradford County, State of Florida 5tIiartUient.) 614 Church St. Phone 204: Temple Ate. Telrplloa.:14ST.nJo.E.

: TO HELP CREATE \ upon receipt of proof of publica- IT"V Itchg FLA.
PUBLIC: SENTIMENT TO OUT- tion of this notice, the fictitiuut-
Full ItENT-lpstairs spacious at-
name of Dixie Motor Court & KetItaurant -- MARION FINANCE COMPANY
L\W DRINK AS WASHINGTON I 11.1.(1furnl'hpd two bedroom
I under which we aiti>ngdg<'din FOR SALE, Lease, Kent 6 .
: it 1'rtllll'nt. Central heating all a.-r.!' 6
OFFICLLS'OTFJ( ) TO DO lniMn.s at Temple A\e il 1' S I
i i iiifurts of home Call Mrs Kin- rooms, 660 feet on I" S. 301( 2 nil
WITH COMMUNISM: i:1111) Starke. Fla. That the panic- 218 West University Ave. ; ,i"il :liT. 409 .limit) St 2tchgV.XTED.Maid South of Lawtey, Fla. Saturday
interested in said hubine are only. Harvey LadlR. lipAPARTMENT
Sweaters (NATIONAL VOICE) I X"wl'll! H Zrpp and Eleana SppT.iiipk Phone 5333 P 0 Box 416 I \ : full time., Apn'yhi !
i Axe, Stark, Fla Dated
I Hall :Mmel) FOR RFXTt'd
;; ; ho Itch*
.'.this >th day of November A.P l 1I.4.! Gainesville I room. bath living room kitchen,
'at Starke. Pradford Count Florida
10'( ''U 1 \LE-I! gauge Higgins re1atiiiR upstairs front porch plentylset
> 11,5 41 11 2b #mr I shot gun like new 125 1 H> mtilnimize i".it Iu rn..r neater Phone or write T. T. Long. 209 W.
SPECIAL SALE Washington. Phone 26$.
----_ _---- ------ --- in K "d > nnditii $"il Robert ltp
I \\ .ihhn, RlandiiiK ("DUrt. Kings-
,.'y Like, Starke Fla. 2tp 11/12 FOR SALE Heavy mixed pullet,
I i mo old. Not later than Satur-
CS
day. Harvey Ladlg, 2 miles
elLimit 7JortknsICE HIBISCUS r south Lawtey on 301.

,FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished
1st Quality T55 FORDS a.re CDIflifl9. house. Couple or couple and infant
I ("nr Washington and Water
SPECIAL I St" Gladys Harrington. Up

Button Front .., t.
: t( .FOR SALE-Good quality Angus
25 VARIETIES ALL Baby Beef slaughtered for Horn
CREAM Freezer Reasonably priced
Part Wool &d Pnine :27. Doyle E Canner tfchg
( i' (/ COLORS I(

Ji /'J FOR R Fiirntahe.3; apartment, '
Sizes 2.6Grab : (// NOW BLOOMING: I modern conveniences, just redfrforatfii \

I 1.1.I. I \. in"14e. new floor, near
.
: I shoo} Adult Mr A. F. S&ul,
1 I; Starke Nursery I 615 McMahon Phone m-W. tfthg I.

h < Mrs. Ruby Johns I
I
FOR REXT-Small unfurnished
_ I :i WIth I I house with stove and refrigerator I
HELP WANTED-Laundry and Dry furnIshed Call 24-J 501 Wont
'leaning' Route Man Starke Dry Ms4kn n S;>, Itchg
rtq Cleaners Call !t. Itchg t

TableOdds 4 \ Thunderbird FOR P.ENT-'Iose In desirable
ft KITLE! -Elwrrlo Skill Saw t in. apartment and three room and
J27 50, Electric Portable Sewing i
:= Lath cottage. Will alllo sell on
-0 S. : '' Machine rotary $5758. U easy terms new suburban home
o :ziI : : Styling! gauge Shot gun $I". fpright Swirur I Mr, W H Xollman 301 Went
i\\ ; Machine, $1 I! 10 I Small Table I -f'cr.n' t'.hlP: t
and Ends of Winter Mer- Saw If--' mntor SI W R Devine.I.awtv ,
i t t1 Fla Inquire at Standard SERVICE STATIOV HELP wanted.
I& ; : 10:1:1 -J'atir.n ltp Pure Sr\irf !tor>- ItrhffFOR
4 S SEE THEM I

chandise Priced to Sell! M

\t NOVEMBER 12 _______ __ _____ t
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We Exchange ( p'


We Refund : REAL ESTATE
DYERS IIU\ERS fur all lima.of land and type
I I f.DOOt of bujinew pljus arriving from "err II
We Satisfy 1i t 4.4' ze'u where Yearly hundreds of Ihouunds; of
Catalog circulated b.y advertising; m ocr SCO nraipapen, on 1I.lth.a
signs and through STROUT Big Ctf Often. UST your pruprn?
I b :NOW and enjoy the bcnrfl of STROUT'S succntfui National I
adtnttung program at DO additional cod. NO SALE NO PAY. Booklet HOW. !
1t7 W. I TROUT SELLS mailed free.STROUT. !

IlLtrkd REALTY AGENCIES

..----.-. :1000 t 9?. f World's Largest Oftieet Coast-to-Caut a< 1900
-- SUo WEJTE OB PHONE
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f( 4tbbogood! :; t- ,- - --- _- -- '- ----. -,. ..-.'_ .- I i F. C. HOLLINGSWORTII Representative i

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F, Library flu HistorY THIS COVER IS A REPLICA OF VOL I I. NO 14 OF THE FLORIDA TELEGRAPH.. THE OLDEST COPY OF THE TELEGRAPH

KNOWN TO BE STILL IN EXISTENCE THE COVER IS DESIGNED TO HOLD THE OTHER SECTIONS OF THIS ANNIVERSARY .

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VOLXI. \ PARKE, ,' t SATURl OCTOBER) : 25, 18y/9./ 7 O. 14.



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Martliy L en.There's Poverty, obscurity, mamma? Vhy.I l less running bt the dotnc;tii4machmery. Romance In Hfal Life. FUR THE FAIR SEX, ITEMSr'F {MEREST.BluefishXi .

notbin in tho naniato. strikeA think we have a lovely home, Vnd while in thetiany pleasant,{ onfidential So: ."eyears a"o one nesummermorn-
enough of everything talks they hal, her good common eenso.tag ozenstuIents N etata a tt tees
feller uiorc'n eommon.like\ x4restrolling about ?;-When you don't cat* h
'T "That will do, Effie! You need brltg was always apparent. I ; !lie glrdens of the I'M rersity of Cpsala. Marriage advertisements 4re by no thin -rcf"IS urfllly.
inl lutlie! lo git any
nn praise
no imaginary arguments to confute t\v i It's no wonder Jack worshiped her :Nor iiotlim' like it nowadays; Assertions; and, as far its Mr. ValentiiVb -poor fellow," he thought. I Ilan the son of a poJr widow poor, gifted young and papers, but few are as frank, urgent Old jfttler*-Tlie ezz:!: shells Tiric thrownout .
coffee
Am) j it that name o' her'n it jest concerned, your word is pledged, ami And you flte actually Joinjf bo he and working as a Irndictine monk and and gushing aa the following, which appeartHl ftnhe JoIt.rl"'e ?

A, |1"11} ... the puniest lie wedding days for July 25." married, SlingvVland? I WHI qmte sur- .a usually rich Swedish c< unt. Suit) in a late number of the llamImrg Tfie Bowline Green (Ky.) Pantoyrapi.

x.i.l. muie'n thai I'm here to say Th( u a sudden liule resolution shone rised when I h and out; aril a channg ,cal If the presidents daughter appears Xachrirhten "Scarcely ever s/fs that a home SILDl. Crosthwsitt' Warding -
in Kffie's eyes, and Vhe ceased toying I young girl I V-ear she js'" n/1 ; threw up his head-find drove tIt.-
girl of requisite beauty /
I U l.rc y g baa wife
a thinkio' that a man so earn v sought a &a
away with the swaying ep\iy of strawbrrrjplant. r well, yes, n believe 1 at thinking'aVmt re: modesty finement. And /et stem of Mr. Crosthwait/g pipedown his
an /
the of there hues but he
Awl die tier Martby Ellen'It inter ; hj loud vessel and I
E it. Amy.es, Miss Herman is a throat, rupturing a/
vld idea a'l l a / once dawned onhe'iih
nee) lie 1 wiut preiljuilnM 'Mamma, I have toU\ you, as kindlyas V-Vy sweet, |.retty\little girl '" I of the sh' penniless student, found only pnypeta of fashion jfo nearly killing himLet /
of Tired oler-
In lui-oi ni the fust \ know how, that I if* not want to \ 'm sure you sought Seri usly over II unt" said h'l before we leaw the daughters rjulistmes. as gather irpth mjitbramt
it irom marly that old gentlemaA but, as you it Wore you decided ; it's an Important I .- en I'll get a ii is from that act/rable sonal researcbts, he adopts this srethod Lying alUmmnd our path;

1 nixI Liu leeollrrt jest bow seemly take nn notice wh, ever of my this* to do, Sling land, andjspecially g lady !" Then you knry* each of appeahtyf to those arena German Let on k p the wheat and roe..

XV c met, unffjieui hwr mother nowA \ winhesM Milt!' not carry hiu "" important when a pan Komi i lo vJIOP r '" \o/ "If you ma/e good maidens wfto still believe p what CaBtirtf out the thorns and cbalT

-luliu' of hpr own the road- \ AndtJHl'U' eyes flashed ifcd a oar- >. -i y-ijnts yotng w fi. J div ,'-. assertion! said the county1 by the lofty amir noble, and whoro not prif' [f* im ni'ir sweetest ccuilnrt
stain cVt.rfiboth.ch"C < t ,Ii p\L eiirl: "\ -. i h --r? Uet "f.f '. I'll ildf ph''r
1Ih. sr.irrt4tn' letraul'- \ r. /no| .nan giv* van fire C nyPnk4ee.
\n.J < k./1' Vt ,e. L., t 'i.-4i ,a'ttf! 't Hr. jfaf.-ntme pulkriV''i-i. .ii.u iniuuli." This seetJ'U a i '
1 uu fo 'chil'd! % hat we 'tit do head (Tiihtfully. \ I"Oh.Wear toils /sjonty Tt- t
1 ridicule
Way iiinariointei, turn d hate sum to tljjf' impecunious/youth and a no d- stay In the IMf two dometic.ited
\on imagine yo r words have wit me? me! x g. I hopr so. tman' him in '.. formed I year
And niiiol her-" hy Ellen" slurred to .5 only fk'tf thi uth cheap vythen their laugby i goats left the neishlxirhood of IUrp< r's
txvnd to make fool of himself
will him? Fflie a
Ifiuiguois not try ouwil I*
pill-pose as went to lady
up tljf hors became
young -
is over anil t rse tu Ff'rryand ran away to Maryland! IIcL-ht
and that once in hrf life, and I if* happened tome
it"
Mir people! no er bed no Cuss, sett al saluted Jer rrspe, tful' wbe imn-i-ed
of them
., ,me, the earn nets Since then they have gradually
later than to (li I
\ it ioes most daresay '
mamma, not settle yes I have heard father
And Mt they net took to en ny speak flat numU'i.d about 3no.They .
er us The I until the
; cieir: to the wthy. is
EOie and advyfber
1 1 .
for the neat ti I see Mr. Yale eel on vepj-well. r .TTIT.': ,ff lhePnce. Macb'r
\Ve IItIbbo..l back and loreda tame; Line I sha tell him so. I A curiouVlittlmi: crert<*f JIrXenthusiastic Karl y and ;)i veani Jn sell lo do, anJ to good are in every respect wild /Coat..

t mil they we she liked to come For a teco Mrs. lie an grew pair (;rev's red s-such pr a lips, it rid I the, si tat f young cep y girl ill w 1 I .n Its you social stating. From i ination he habits.without At the night least they trace shelter of .lomf'underprnjepUng *li.'

l'i> MUI "."",eme and her ith anger; ten 'hhe h ked coldly, us-iiu, dall were ablCanP" to do an thi or is an B iet. He beHesft himself top r'-
cliff which fa-rs H.in'
Was jett Iti..:etU-rV r'whur s ly at her gliter.u l "You t talk like ,e yea Yet, my des for n csr ilia qualities riund and heart +. 0

And, .ill lie tune-aiioX en they'd lee will not arc to do against i h er rape. d ml," ill aid, (mist), lied the youug Sv d, wL'a\ vtife has ajrght to desire ine i. rt'r IIOlFtIOI'lT w rm<.

I .1! laS pp o ive comm. -. 1 wt myself hr t y : ng r pretty' lip to keep star .re nit blu-hinir. whi. .code In furu, he demands "
lit .1 like her, an.&be)
one "Somebody's !or me,
.. .ice Mr. lentine, so prepare for trot ghtng. for shrewd Mn
1' oj d hu'-ier! Yarthy it"lI any insaitit 'ou may d.t to perpi at :a suit, well convinced that het'tarot hiS eyes would e\ire*-. lie told I I what: heart. 'to' n not Parr -nhrly r cca A.The far away homesick o'er sailor the '!oiin.liiiK''ix rr.t" ..-

/i., n N e pruned np, an they abet duVn.1. and while I i puhinh orwart ie T-in-l.tw was repenting his word had passed bttween hire-' ,f anil r giving his alter and j i lIe..11 biA HI)lioiis eyes
ml I don't feel enthusiastic.
preparations for fur mare count, at the -ame mote, eat begging In r rlth .
< .in 1 her a-ninnin roan'i 'gnictt photographs > RDp.
i
is sup' tendi the urnts ,itt r, it-__ h'urted out. his lace redden- pardon with unrui-t ik.ihic sule' rlts. !\oml'hooIY'8 waiting Inr ay
lebfauJs the fol-
tlit'lVrman Cu .
-i.'ii.i ttinl tier lathersaidII h"r inno blue s e The truant schoolboy a nl
eat
g of his seusid. 'ii for our ue- tog : r surprised, After a second'-tlniunht. the iadx
I in i ri :,site her nary red, cup your will h rot ntu the ) "Tile fnt is, I Went hew tt.-heili quit I ;jnppniai Hid I, kissed the youni, rat'stiu !iiviie, 1'. HK "Thu IPertiser gives As he deftly dmihle up In" 1m'
i eat r a face and -omeliodv ou ihtI u lice that hiiVj fiblish m this !"peinoli Umlcr hwjfoMen ; iN"1.o
l.< i u u, il stair married me, country vow sun lie tbah's-a In tty k .tin] na-sett :inG, t r er nusm
A t I.-. ..-.mil her mother! quiet, stupi ;ale her' you will I to h tt. kn k'd 1 ute from In re toli t in Iin, Hrua I wit, i.n-ners JiuTare evidently In .g, I -Ctn'I' :0./
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speedily come ou ens. turd learn I hifole I m 1 t.U h.i iii u > .I----! : X.nf 'tea coot in ordi r that hmlhc opinion may condemn 1 T autumn day-, oft nn -
--
I- -' jfI I the rl, and soul "abe ed Ia Lt i
of g> to thank m, fur ha say i yuu fr"tu lll\-cj- n sum, nit lor'r the iii at*l'.v' mtaai-.esu tint t, Hi,; by the poet, are now t1u-1t upon:
iniln e her in her shroud," I ,! k'widinv 'a the pt / 'US roam the fields! and woodHI
urself"twentyfeu HI i tutu th, mu TL m oun, olte'i ili-pt'*- ] !lle e to such ra" : we
"t t" Mdrthy Elton. ii. r later. Edtlerma -lin: !. -. II. il r the ,iixrn .1 sl0Is e.iplw it m. .11 into the 'mt. : 1 search of the rarities of nature', flit 1.
*. fo t li u' tin rt. -tntl 4I offerings, stoppins occasion ildulge :Iv -
t. en r' ire t e numu I -y-| n' ham riii I ti time Kanat. ,
.
kn. I
u to. w'nI. farmhouse a U in ti ,. ) Sh eat ill- i V 3row -, n d t- w.t..-' ale most F'-mli to } in rhapsodies over lUll "u,

I I. n.ulluted, ..bur.m and \1Ijongratulatini 11 nan wa id in a-, 'u-'un'lit U, 'In I nuer-itv of ,"JniKT". "n ; u segetblebe- tints of thi leafoj rrTToxvi, r, ..ii.dH,i -

1 ,. 'i -,,:neJ ."uloll... that ni'htm.i ; In! set/ I } --uppst hadinrei- lug a mart) r t'' I.' r rs a ttiubmatterin ,;, ting on aj' t inc"' in the ,uu.iItt' -

II., ,., .:...1 h'tnes, saddled right sh all1 n R him' If tl ,1 L'I: tun'. fact.A w..1 warmth i calculate; with inn. !itee i.

I ,u i.\ I ni plm'-ID ca""ei is any t t ins In Uxeenfcxxhnh u' h' Own i I. am' FXIR COll I Ft cer'a.nty ju-t how mu. h ,w "cm I
-rj- afford! to for a fall oven. it. a
put up
I i i .- ul like to line the nee. .tnd Frank r'TTn I I heir vi lie- ladies ol sere ,any forTue anlork 1 ,
I tI young tinitin!!: that wear,' lust $3.75It"rt fill t I
"11 ,,lie back and writ once or twiitfTectu.iily mtglue.l--I: Irtt' t ion he }had unal catalogue.A '
since mile She .'C to obtain the cm it
I w purchasing
t'luukm power
: put a "inr, > *i, ., MX r \ nlftw veld, .1 tin aunt
ji\ '
: ,,.. iivd"1* jighl under >- sitter 1 ,it wo>tts in w who dashedpepper would\ look well bf'ileourb- fit! -
it-tter to "Nintiiiinii "
l "
\ .1 a'u alliu-LlulLy klll'll." > 1 '>ui. ma.' 01 |, + pt -' ,1. 1eI : S I'.- I '" line: a i nn-tant: in heA ov r' eyes was arrested new wrap the pro-peet is not Illx-un::

1 Gale, was tobea. I" see Kftie. i \ good 1 G1n,11 : i '- In.u- II.ni for sault I HVarf/-.

I u I r.k.otb n. more apt member of/cr iTh famir, :nlepsy to' .' -" ,I ru!' -'I uizhtcr THE Utica r\ thinks that the The ar.'hitects of the ijtx of I'-tri-
1 i w bat you've been afore- ,i' "c"I"i I takill!? 'Jlliiie" *loll r
i nil
wa> ai ay :itmif to uff.udnt. ; 11, t i'ln i d f IS |
..II I tho' + eloping voting [1 the of the Tuiieries to tin. it
"orfwet'ter dail. / '
o theie's no i 'in hat M ore AI.I' '_ r: I I. i\c ln fu. rat of the val palace
1 il I tin .bl don't you know ,wo or three xvelvJ.. will k wi-iulu-. ? t tt'n I, II It -1, hit I iiiu-t 'lily/ inhabited in every nook and min-r.,

I .."!" ,1 I name' sill! fit ii'j jcclma She will lie n.iidloioiie' biek..iiidlini-l., i -'i. l ly t / Win u tfie snn m-ciaine?"-" 'Cos Numerous families I were found ,ix ,II: in

tl p.,.. ,i,: lrtli h and Nexvn. t 4Mi w allot is Anl t/e moon femi 'ih.1' wine by the river side. Minv of

t-I.. ,s Mr Vmentiin'f lin\. and o to I u n'' I thm.t \u? I utlll, i I .t Mn fuiie?" '('IK it is wA ? tlgln'.A tin m could not *ay by what ncht ilex
..
I" 'i thai. I'm hire toy iSinrvidenee
bmk
ups in the xx i iu 1 at'ui' y iI'n: LUi who w TsAiflfciiig under a site there ; mp dated
,- \ it tin ikm ibittaftjiy And then Mi* JtLrn/n i luicii t !t i. 1 t t iitit > told .er hnslianilI to the time of the. nt .' .tin

.1 i1 I die lor Martl't Klleu. il her cliiiu aait inyiigeSisn :a ii' n tt t + W trl' -- ti.. mnVpoMtivn III IKiO: and! at the time of the iin' !in
I
< II alkre, taMotoala t., .bUllt. tt-n't .i-t, atil t carnlil l.x ii.. tall w. aLLd ry F 1 I: (lint..tau u '! .it It ails with fill1I gr' i efforT'tirnltyI 'Ie11 they took refuge in the wing fnun
Iii ol a cowl ip4j'a'tSuch tt 1 1 ffotld I I ,l li could: hoc a 'ie ; ? 'r.: br' in-' nt h.< .. t..1!.Iio

1 tYi 5-( <1 neftrx .' wr ,). "i Vroulilnlly mike i ..". .* M ii i ||'i:nliij-: M

a plai e as tluTIjf n t.tn L u iii. I u pin -. t t tau rj' dear" respomleil. lit! the mo-t exirnonliii.lH1- 't .
IN THES GUMS. the SI. tw.tuunts'| i H'Tn had a i In i : 11, ti B t tn rl A FhTMS xt eat: Iatlc. as a lit- tl.! .! i ii Hie imperin! *1'Ihl't. with tl. n

tie im.'uined 11 iji"i\4 di cary, ileo.ite. tnd /'. lie }lieLmil lljiir.sid h summer ont .i--rbie; trousl f mid molinirinx u..n:. r*

'. f"i-.ilu* atC \J all the xidu'oilil < hor ell lie other day byas "" u'ks. xvere found a num. ron

\1 :-.111'.' r.ind: Valentine: in l.i- .utrfliir rapture (\ew no houn.U .,.-king why p he nchke Oe'rgeJiey 1 j ci-niiSilry of helnsetypo li.ive fn n nx
i i ,i..u.inn .I.air. Im hand.rolint MrllUjrhe found tli.it i: ski1, the very 1a. t I U h U i- ( tiled Fun In Paris. I xe.irs liei-n gratuittniv! *.hhII: \ :<
| .in .id .urn.-. Instottlitu1putkvrud I .'a of piiiun' Ue. nn\'I ie, luvuribriVini1' / I Ilia ing n. Wh gave it np, I
| i''i! ; -1; "ndi. eat ..f a New little
,ut in-t oi wrinL..'-, his iut'im and she o em bee. se nikjiad no Blind 'at" In Home.
ii,' eyes. ?us t 11pwi 'I s.i 'I. I't!1 lii-i i liar.n li ti-ti.. -'0'' I I
in; ur.li, ml. nv, puzzled! tilt' ., ..tlUI a q.'nial. '.. ill, -' ,. ''I1. 'i '.'' in. tin!.. sly i afiifu The ( imnti -- h t.A A Home i orrespond'-nl of II, I I'h I i

t n -- <-ut thuh! lllw1l> window In-roon' a it Ii iod nit and cu?i d \rise tint \\1.. I li s F-- ,i- -i livi ,v xoiuur ,\ ,,"..anIf' to an nsia.itic lover 'is i 'lelphii! ; fin!' stn writes llur *. -..'. :iiu i

'I..- IM innol tliejytrk bexond.I I'ncc %, hr was worthy to Wli' t tusttl.d liiirt : f ,L', ? -tl: eLt :. ii" diii.' ..n huhnt1.! : ... r.1I1' two .oars' rd labor over a leti r !
1 n .:,.!1't whjjt rvtr posse.-sed me,' : tnd that t :ir--: -1 -, ..intllp. d II ,- : :,. I'!' ,,: : I Ij.ii iik-: .. .:. .id| wif. during the il-n. }tisIr then mars its beauty by'a I! *srsot a same all.-il; limit" \

i i. Hi! ,.ulit-x'filo wonder what everfiiLrffle' I 1ll1.b ,eat ( iwen ("i wire Ju- d I.' II. it 1 I. ..' bi.n 't''I" Id... pr-, .U'. to 11I..1. up for th.. 11..rin *.* of ion .u drWof mk on it. he first known to children.! ..n\: it II ik> r i iin

,.--, Mere I .uu .h'fty-sev Ilt cry Idi a'- of a-ins, and iJ l'li .1.1tort. nt-.u.1 t .1 i.in '''I'! i-':t inin this -tint attendance in a tick chamber _il'"- ears in i a very"1moments. utife manner f.r a public hiiXJjnd all:i during tin. I i. i .
trtn.u: \ lie! enough to imagine 1virttVi. .' i In '-to \unt 11'1'\ .i d t I'm ic XchKlVn
i .1. > a pet ilaytlunjSr.f'autifui. ) tl it part| t ol'i-eaxveik. Herreception.- If' t and n iiras a circleare i-tuiK --east;? s 5 until ni'di.! '
t net .L; al: the rest of my lift :. i'u / tit) '-uUSln jK ho voi\ w.a i u'iii-i; !. tli, wir.tinti. ;A -y-lII..ro..ly.ill.t..I., : th'tn.tl- jil the Mot and 9s her it is a I Those who hive lien jj Itoinc xxiinenil ,"

ii i- I.., I li-fi'ii'. md most go and u. hiw (tlu v i iin + nutqutteun i izr St Idw. jf. thiin. am: in i II ri -::1 nin; (Coper' : -til!, although: skitt' | ..V Ir11I1"lt..l.i.k kiss >er the l'i.i7/ t .1., ", I' .
.
i v i-k |.r< tly little Effie UeryTin to I a start d,- ti e. r. :(i'count of aeel i-oofr v ...- -In. I'll-- 01! tliv:. floor K' ovi r tinti.u-, p 1. i it one end .Rome.. On OR"n -1 i. .
.111. me ill irry me"' ,,rh- llldjfvly accept sul| bin-! with/ h.i'i i-ilixi 'j had noel If iin' II .t ii r TF'i': at" rari-! )I""i.ni.j.'ll n t ov <- ,- of th' town .rit-- I'.i.lin! ,' in'
.1
\- it tin idea were aoftalling. Mr mi AiTl u C i. nta' t -" hid .tnjl"uII .:, h.I"i' ite- 1 II fo 1 o H ere Talr ,,tct h.-lied, Co outsstrut j country : onaii'-thiTthei. i- i .-u

1'e niine.irov from KXi-hair.and be- u }.flee. the fife.... the countryfust t? l. Vx kWliia tt' .' i.' I tin a "i for III" .Ir" ti I' r pt'l\ k1 l.lult)! U" -. A pretty lung. I opj-osile; to thii i i- the! I'm'in i Mi: ,'. :.r

ji" i 1..1..'.-.. desjX-Ue: sort of prome- perfect ToX'd away frog M, .ut.ei\o.111! vV it! I"- .>r< it- I/ ruse t a .1.. n xiiue fUI.II.. : I" (Ip1Ir into,, Le tar. and he mnst l.t.o: t 't-mareelotit terraiemd( in fi'" 111 t i.f

[I.a '\1..un.1 1 hisjjrfom. s Valentine and i Ijf attention-. Iapp-: I t." me, iI w ...1 it! ltionsti-tu \ g'me to ,,'p10 r least. t tli rag'rt'kfer '- I It. cate fir-t mention.th.inIh! l ; 1" .
:.. .: Ih.t -Visn'tthe sweetest 1'e Uio.e| xT.u V w. CL frili" : n nriiNirialti'.el' of tin ,
Konn:
necs enouen ftnd. still adamytiui' in aunt in am.! in i ill Paris Fit a xc.ir le: I Ietiiat'2a! : I -i- ,
1":1, ever lifted a pairn's o lur I ue /n'kmg.Ls uu nn -t i htriiiiii.'x : wo'SJ l< tutus anti I'ip' tt.l. The f' "I-" Ii I- ,
her resoluty'i to "in \ n. ii'-\ t U ta.-ft dainty./ffowei- him. imj any etr.-umst ,' -L. u-- -v I I.niu.. I h -h"t! ; |ire' 11 lo-tix ttnth kitis I ,; -.- hx sight: rl i !hir ir.'o .1- rouM], ii n i ;,' i tin-ienter ofltaiuiinii :ID'I'J t-
tl.: w hoii anybody w nevcrlhjrf'n'litrixid up I d\ IIIl.r si t'V in fropt. i'V
I 'i III I hPIIf'
toJfixe t cart .e sunimoni"t as hen 'u' re hi n if off; miil 1'1"ueil :n
I/ mattn-of'f-iin- 11 .. .
tlllllk-"hy. what a confoundedf -. .
: yt ooa i' Kith -li-is-ie anjniwen, urn.' x LI I'' eat, tt i' : li"d! i m than .> 'lt l.ir iv !her gNu i 1.1. loin h wpirat'.e-u h stre"'t fn.ni" !II
I I I' h'1 n. and I old enough to bet.tudt.Qh're' on't ihtain! rj : fi.'in e' ;: as hek.5rd i..t"
mil jrintic. an.ttic > .onjc 1u t ,, rp.u- cuedti:, tinfinding .. I'thiT. In the riflyj of tin' I'M// L I is I
.
up To \'o.i'i Ti sills
)Im. :, .- nd litkcn's bryriicr. un.1 le and ,HV, "n'1 I -1111'... ."t in.. .th'r 1"' opt, rsniuii '. : in- on : t 'ing' !pyramid! and the inePi ili-! f'-im .11 11I.

/ \-tin.! I li.i.f-indignant look t'AlDI'I.. ffnti r c son. };tn'au raw/ cousin, whom His heait x* *, tliuiuimiJ' xery ,,,, ku up 1111 |'itr.incr., ant : BuX 111aod; Gettysburg. N. i--it thi confer fotmt'inV 're I", t 11.. G

!I.i- it .. and he paused a minute a. i ift. itute M trio i Her / n h id'ijuilc forgotten pPilnt! diy l.uf ixlnn. "n< 'I'M- intoidemtion oUI the utt-uri. a on. either 11:, ins' e I i W hi u OOetty, commander of tfit when ail:: is quiet and un '.11-" I. n
.. Ill'..,. the folly of hi 'liu-ini-l'! thai I ,
fully appreciate tf
ised l and ealw ind! ,
Iw to run. "
/ in her inxintjfy ol things, at tfkrnihoucp ncr ai I ":amtitupefaticc r j"om,11 at K rtress Monroe, received ee; : : 1'.r. "' '
--inm.' / ; or. ififliot quite fnrgott t, brought him Jit was *i.ir.f.y tu he wondered ) I il the -j.irit Xftli.. thiniiniki u.t'jl I t"rn.'n aui the Richmond lllaes rirriv"en.: that men and IVlOm' eat' ri

OI course it's impossible the cmld had i: !e*;t p arc/an inno art es"tin at-biJ.ne--.hichrniy: the mi-III. caiil It was v dani: broke '*" : Ciit.| Wise Vieic i iin I unp.n'cc': \ I Is sin the u 'f f

,r 11. for me of course it's my moneyiii upon ory of Jmtr i.unip>, ijxom widow Y.'l: ai! s< ream' \and catcillsn !; .nc iv th a laid of at Old Point the "Blind! fit." One of the eili'indfoMed 'uiiy

it 11 a.- won her and the consent of her However tl' f beeimc tlatanis1 iv made him Irav enoufl to transait. tiruu!lilthe corridois :.i...bod0 her ,:ay, as
mother Well" and the h\ e, robust gnui! friends, larrv rVr nrr sn'i .fe. ""'r he w-i/ai-tu-i., t.uf' to fai-e with \f in tl\\ sei-ret 11'1. lire rackers. titlier t I up it frightened II:, team of a countryman with his fnee to the t'orwi. :and\ tin n In

,d .t. ul. mLl1 drew a lor*, deep sigh. and 1 1" fr.e 'not ?. --.I K: lie had I. :"\1"'" -d gin. ,,'n. j. rr' interfered, lodgers sciieraud I i consisting of \ runt of a bull is let looe tn find Itie way to the I or-o
resignedly the depths cin'i.n l I H' is*,u- to 2'lve ml a .e..turl', and I \ I l.itched to a stick cart, to such an extent th" r't. The unf'.rtun u'hindfoiderluiderl
mt I'.unged: iiyo > t tier soi row* to t ienndti1' | | the police w '1'1' sent fur am1ml I
.r Ill- Turkish! chair a/nin. "Well. -. a,. t0 .uh inujlll. \: l.o/L ,ured namma !J.., 10.01! Jllm; : wfat I said, was ;oud not\do anything. only at four that he ran into and demoralized !; man or worn in. in-tcn! ;

no :ttin:; outXif it now. I'm 1 her veinthat .entt that it xx is outrage I KffieV: t'' 'U_bl. anti t ,! never never 'n the morning, after ", hours of per- Vhe entire commard. When order hadVen going to the (:'oro, alit l fiinkinuxi = I

.- ir- t., inA\ h.is made a fool sllrf liou'd be cn deliberate x harr. I marry Llj. "and I'll t<| him -o-now, u'ion. did the poor Vuly succeed in I' sonic chat restored Capt Wise in every other pea*ehle; dirM'.n; ir.i: !

..' : oi.i v{>rrlt> tue, but at _-tua > mil that were 1 I'to 1* her tliismiute' seeing the premises of\ the intruder AtUly remarked to Gen. Oetty : Gnd- liim'e.f. whoa unhand.il. niln., !
t "' :-. n' !land Valentine you' i-ouns tor, and she follow /his ash u e, I So .I, .un.k. il up at 1l i.in. very frankly: 'unny. nmi of th.' ne papers were Another Bull linn, General.* nt the I'rinci"yif or on the other -:01! i

n :j tv i it yuppo- to know she wounl still k to er r .*/!intion. and I I."ry li .t ,;t.), x-ery be itchmjy.: i-J.". iltn till il. otin r persons thought *Yea rephed the General Pa -gnJa.r of the fo ntafn' Rarely if cxer. ht- I
I't'l never gi-.e "- hand when /ahecould notte I YiA hat a Mood: reason to he xexeti iiiwardijt, as the count's health derived anyone era lied the, (' trw' -"If"1!It- I
\llh"1I. .e solaied himself with EstU ,t I withle, I know Mr Yalentim. hut the if. of a d, fender anil for ront ; but I promise yon Kin- fore hr.;nninz. '.cli player dtpo-ot- I

: ii. wb/fc. In another ova. 'ui a I > .A ..wkea a der in .xii fftr 'I what I told uamma to tell cue I must itlnr chiJupnm, than the legally re- siile the fort* you shell I trifle in th 5( n' tary's 6ind, nnd i I h, !

ltl:1: cottage not far aw \. F.ftleiii. ]kii .ii'j tfrbsnd EfSe duooped bar e 7 t- repesJ I':don't !love yffn.Slr. _" ntine.inii tonibie editor foo interfere wonldTiave GettytVlig. loser add test.. rennti! thImtii t I
} I ; in.the nnd'i' and thfre was about it. 1 .. 'and I u'anot'ensrryf .lo en compromising. However, some- And they did, too.-Hi '/>mo..u ( "G.I \ |ceasing has come. The morn'') i- -I"|i.n"; j

n t 1..1 h.ywindow, making an ffpicture I III i It seemed as if Fate tself was work- sotV." 1'leite don't be ann, will sty did. IUI' aithough this is not theuse I Baton. in a supper and dnnrr. or on .t dinm, i

<' of herself among tratnK ing in Mrs. Herman's behalf, for Mr. i you Assigns the two or three duels I \- .' "ie following flay. \nd thi- j is tin I! !

foliage, and looking Xery bei'i{t Valentine had not at al!I taken it tuniss, I ..gry' Every nerve in his busty wa liieh have recently come off or a.e stillthe !! I He Got VILA tan amusement for Septembi r, :and! hl;: ,

: .ngiv frowning as she flartred a I when she informed him she had sent dancing a jubilate. Angry, to be thus I tapir art its consequences.e little Vyear oM: i oy in Natchez ; m<\ and women take part in it w.I:1, i

"" from h. r blue eyes ace/* the Kffie dear" up among the mountains, (gracefully, charniinJy given the freedom I i Mass., Lad V-n-n i il telling to the remarks !, enthusiasm of children. I I It

.m at her mother sitting stauly and for A few weeks' recreation, so that she:)i j He he lau bad h..J come to lt...a'\'t" Heaviest, sliest and Oldest !let. of a leAl I mm led uncle in regard i

'ti.t. in her gothic back charf. might be bright and fresh-spirited for "Can it be outri nosslle: ? Why Effie. I It'1:,it-t en of whom record! is i i to the prospect of an indicted person A Suggestion for the School!*. 1 t
I m x t-r hoped to hear juur. nonsense the wedding. Indeed, in his own heart dv were German named Hans Bar I clear iV continuance .
of I ca!Fp i>purposely to ? if you wouldn'tI getting securing a Prof. Huse. a graduate of WfI1 11' :
Erne /The idea felt
tit v .lu.I.fmioe. / he considerably relieved, and wai I i let me off, because, *iu see. my Mother's 1 a Hungarun soldier! name not of his caA from tine to t;::ne and teai-h-r there for several! x. fro. n'. v i
n .t wanting to marry >{ Valentine' gayer in his own spirits than he had I Uwidsw is g. en. who :ived\several\ centuries ago.; the Vtl:, fi How Falls
I a very tin* woman and- Shortly after got into a principal! of Highland : :u nlin.-- i iI
\\ 11\ he .an give you ev/rything in the been for many a day.Vnti'i. I' h of them bting eleven feet ,
Then Effie his hand high ; which secnVt d for him from i that
ofV be his wife : terrible attackof i cao pit impuirsiveiy. scrape, lua s xs I.5GO young: men sir q; i iI
think To suddenly a
: very
w .r. >ou can tt ir weight i is not known The heaviwjman
-
mother a Vf a little dos of i pointed to West Point during p n \e n..
/ promise
be
bridal to rhiumatisoi seized him and him
tour 0 Europe :
a put of record is made .
uean wiotu
"Oh, that is ju4 the very thing fori was' slipper at an earlynoJ.. He from IWitoUCB Of tlirt-W7; f-n. id! I
anxiously
.71 1.II- ,r 1 his magplfieent mansion on completely at the rather doubtful, i Y s Ihudi n. the Tennessee giant, whow
you. Mrs.Grey' eswhtyauoughtto enter :373 left before -.mpletini! thcourse .<
!. to hospitality at though well-meant, of his hiri sought Lis un.V> for advice on
Kill axcDue dijrt'ense I mercy cave seven and one-half left high and
of that and !
thought And tiSgradirt'I An'I"
!, I., ne Branch Ailla: to have rom.tn'1l,1 i servants, and in sheer rage and dcspaI I" and dt.icioii long ago. welihedovor 1.000 pounds; he died in the subject, but conl\ get Bjcpatby ; u'
blush and Imlf; !
a came to her forty-four a per i cut ".fI"I ; -
of a,. thayis luxurious elegant; I Mr. Valentine telegraphed to hit aist'j 1Danie.. Lambert. the English only with no proerWt of relief.
face I : .
[; : lovely jam engaged to i appointees fail to enter and C"rt"I"I.r
in I" 11 x >cnM-/And" you don't want to in-law. away up in Vermont, to cof cousin Harry, Mr/ Vat'ntiut'.d: mi ws of flesh" was five feet and eleven I Finally said the jouLkttr : "Code, per cent of tM remainder fail to cr-ulu- i

marry him 1 and look after him. I do love him so'" inc (,es in height and weighed 739 I i don't you think you eons get mother ate. The Urge: percentaze i is fui.v

.Kthe. pouteifher red lips. If only I had been"able to nurse i And that was the result of the trip to ds. In 1565 there was buried at'al : 4 to continue the case? If we could get equaled, if not exceeded at the niv.ilaeademy. : ;

\.>. I d/n't' Mamma, your tide of dear Mr. Valentine" Mrs. Her the Sbawangums. and Mrs. He lan bit 'ndia, a man named Cugna, a continuance I think I could get off. Ancapolis. Prof Husr attributes
th. VldUI/ is very tempting, but mynle cooed, sweetly. But Madam Gri di Wh claimed to be 350 yearsofttge. 1 he f He ol 'i
in vain at the result of ,t own got a .:proportion ofth...e ftiiiurrs
the time keeps showing me a i would be lure to be disagreeab: II littletbitt ,
-, H. | of generaUhip.t : o.dt person who died during the prestury to defective preparation in the common
fat 1 b.id headed stumpy old man, whow. i only you were married now. just i ii air I t was a Frenchman in Paris. Toe Panama lanaL branchesThe ambition of
arc false; teeth, and pads his coat and i ineliow devoted dear Effie and I' ou,d I Jean Goiembctki: who wag 126' English
M. de Le6.f> lecture at Amiens school I high school and ofexery
D6. to *
in a
a
:rnlo ;look and act as if hwere twentyt'rs be' As it is, I do really think tb e best t f i The Boston Tniajiript says the tiN I Lt old. A man named David Kurni- every
the Panama canal stated that Xovember be and! of
I Ir in academy to a college
on ,
younger than he is. lemma, I.ion't thing you can do is to send fie Mrs. aUv in getting remunerative employment r tad in Chicago 1551 who claimed
ho ahonlJ start for the 18I thus, every voting Ameri'-an to-graduate":
him at all: Grey. is U5 learn to do something that
to
.\ want marry I TJ* 116 old.-Clucago Tnhunt.
else do. : I years i that the first sod would be turned, on somewhere or !somehow, has c rnwded
can't
\nd something very like a sob came And Mrs. Grey came ap temp,. everybody Everybody

JYlt'Ousl\' from the girds lips. cheery, comely little lady with soft can't edit a paper yet we hear of few r y were courting. What makes,I New Years day, and that with 30.VX' ) I of physiology; into and conchulogy the course of and boys all ort-and

11 You ought to be ashamed of your- shining brown hair all m wives uc 1 i who find remunerative employment in it. the Kan so dim to-night9" she said or 10,000 navvies, some of them CB ologies and the

x .f." Mrs. Herman said aeverely I ripples. and merry, intelligent eyes, !1-.Si niJv XuhtI I soft! "Your eyes..re80much blighter:;: nice, but 15,000 of them hH ncg girls that; under arithmetic fifteen tons 1111 nr'

.. Youhail not ho allowed! to throw brown and biz and a swez.ibraaj I Ares n, her; :little hand They are married from Brazil, whom the Emperor Pedro spelling! which grammir.e.ought to 1)('( upy;::.iplix tin

Swat such M hance for the sake 01'lI'kiv voice, the very sound ol which held i i The Chicago mi.k inspei-tor ha ul -. now "I wonder how many te.traph .-'- would doubtless agree to send, them t place for the first Vn years of s, hi*.

sentiment You know what s.truggie comfort and strengtnfulness. in i'j Ceutlybegun the sysu'ruauc exammat, -c i poses it wouid take to reach fro work would be completed in sever ')r its get slighted and Towderl nu' in

my tie has lJ '(. an account of ooUung tones of the milk furnished by dea.rrs in tibona .- here :.o.the stars." she remarked. uchtyean.i of the so-caaled\ higher hnuif IJ' .

purer and obscurity and I resolved! ',
yean ago. to save you from a :like fate IK usekeeper. and even in his i -k-r.-'on analyzed every one pros ni u> have Dmkimmedaad I tnoUiI.' he growled Why don' yov A w.M'-B'a tick record time; ;a drua'i 1 -i i isire' nots *. ..prepar"-' >

Etl .pened her bue: eyes widt.y \'i.entmewif conscious of theaoise watered talk .'mmooeus "- Rot- and tour sc'' lock beat tii&e. I as u.,) woVtwenty-nv- .rolonge



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ANNIVERSARY ISSUE --- THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH -- STARKE. FLORIDA NOVEMBER 12. 1954 j





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I Hun. W. I). JUuxliliu. liouc. Mr. C' nearly bled to death Jsi. t-. Kit ii.iitn. i.i-.n. i: r.ux.
: ;i WHITE I SAN80RN; & 110111'HUL1:14.11.1
Telegraph.lu A cornspondeut of the .\}' i-ka| before awisiance came. ESTAIll.l.-sIIKi: ( J: ) ls:>ii THE ,

(':ti=,'", eayn tic) Jo-ksonyille (;iiar, Tc! knife entered the neck on the MACHINE \ :
Richard & i
thicks! tl-at lion. W. IX lilovham, tin right silo 1K.luthl' ear und cut 5j 1 Pace TUB BEST OF *.!.!.. I GROCERS

W :3 \\. MOOlty, Rditur.New pupular Secretary of State: in the inches arotuftf the left side, complrtely fKKP nA.sT.l.VOX 11 t.\U ,
i'nrhialed in
At carar.CI.lJeparaffefcd ,
Atltctttseweatr i only ina&Aihom the Democrat can severing all the nuts of 1 sunCHASI : ,

'lIl'ar''' elect u Governor at the next election. the bark of the neck and la\ its opena Corn Bacon and Flour, in Simpicily.lJnsllr Lumber and Naval
N. II ...l ln-t'iM-mtnts will 'f assed in Construction,
W admire Got ernfjr 13lozh- aud the. IHIIHHe
(- 1 min gash to may 1I0\l.r. \11 .1
"I.. t (\ eel iu IK-at :l.1II1Iattracti\l" Unprecedented in Popularity, STORES.P .
51,1.. v.oiild nnh !itatingly folio's- his prest lie is an old gei than, reiecteil] l by -'Xt'r..rL 'I......OI:1'JIE.\7- And Undisputed in the Bread Claim

into the tlticheht fight in full confidence all a> an upright, honest man. .. :? !iONS AD GROCERIES ATmrrTU)1
ovGlo -t.ss
\Vtan: ...,rndUlt our friend oft I. .
that he could organize and There is condemnation at the
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: Ni.Xc" : T: l"J>' achieve but that he Is the Mr. Cook obtained: war- ,
s'.n' ., ii.mi the Jewish race hi referi victory, only outrage. QUICKEST SELLING,

i -,- 1 to tiur artiile laudatory of )(')11. I man who can carry the State we ,' nuts on Wednesday for Mime of the ocrnUOES., ::; HATS/1.IIARD"W / HANDSOMEST A.. D III .1..n'a.lI! to arrite hsteahmct m 1

.1 ,uuli U irk'i'ri' ; a.. piis-ilife: randiI do not bt.'lit.AllY man who has party, amid the Sheriff: arrested Larkin' ARE. licet: Perfect Sawing fach! ail:

.1 I ite |"r ("ollg s i i.: ibis ii.H.rift. If standing: and influence enough to Summers, who is sickin Insl. and a unniS.mmItlXES( : ( IN THE WORLD CX) li.-ilis (J.Hi.1 (slat ;
f lli'i 1 Xlnor.-* t II TV" the IVmi '
t"ii KHIKiO( ) llar.l
secure a nomination at the hands of warrant was taken out by him against AtD EVERYTHING: THAT IS KEPT I ) lirii-L ;
" at ic i :t;. iy inss ltjiii: a very i HA} Casks I.illh'
r..I'I'.l.' .- (.I.I.' ,>f our fcilow-t'itl- such a Democratic convention as III ill Mr. Cook. It is thought! that the IX.V I' lio Kts Nails ;
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-, ,ihe Hill tii.il tiu-.t hu weapon isluit a.vi amble next year ought to be able lo matter will :U- settled by the ,parties, First Class Country Store, II I IIMI lUrreU! heroine Oil ,

\ a b iota I'raj)2 ..\ l:.::t.-I'utrwt. carry: this State ithout any troubKWe -. a!> no futher arrests have turn made AMSdil > I II I llo-l fire |M"..*f, j U'; ,'1'. |1"1'I

\\'.. ha e seen some Dbl*art speciinein do not trouble ourselves over up to yesterday morning.Mr. for rash aud pnidiiei-etrhangitl l for < .,"mti\ I )Mlloii on !.(earl raUl.

of the: servile sycophant in ourt.me the question; of finding a standardbearer C. U one of the best citizensof "4tarke. July :!6. 179; -nAKfiEKBORG I I A lane! stmk I of tiruR-rriI'r.u\ iviuh i-

-. -- : -, Ir\: ( JiMKls ('n 'I.-n. ll.inlAUIP 1.
bnt we do not remember to for the struggle! of 1880.Ve the county and has done as muchas "
J. n. & BP.O. Doors, Bluiils, Sash, I'juiis,
h tt- t'I\.r seen h) mu< h of the quinttitiiie \ rely upon the wisdom, patriotismand any one man to develop the advantages tills ami, Varnishes.jFlUMTlHE .

of dema?; otriMii! rruwdetlintn discretion of the convention to of this section of Florida. OSHISSIOX: MERCHANTS, i A -I'E1.\l.J'rr.;

-ii small!! a space as u contained h called for that ,purH| I'. There Mr. Cook has no knowledge of a No. lOS llurni St., X. Y. I EXTREMELY LOW FOR CASH.

in the alo\o l"tl.Wal'lI f rum k the .-.4-1 A eomiilaint raised, that we ever grudge against him, though he bad ,, l M'III."I'r-I ( once, 01 call .mil ex-

,'... ... \\. ftrl tc, the I iu i > I and.ficstables Solicit? ainini lrlirepnrehasins' | el-tuliere.
s(1 hukj. -. ,, .V'Wb-.Jnv'ii'jf1 "' for i.I.I." Vjn. Summers to rt-n-quo |
"I 1 r t.irirrar.; !
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t J l \\ i IsffrJUtrt r\. utt: ,(ti.t BORN t "OYTi
tHA/1- .....l".rat*! to onr law State Convention some house logs which had'b'e'" cut U'S"011.1 f"r011': I. or :npi\| | to N I .9t

.1"1| i-itii| t-lled iu to n-cojjnise. )Ir.I and there need be none nextyear. : on his land. If such affairs go unrebukcd I'EiTrr. a_(-lit fur Stale tif Kiori! I., i oc'. r .'Nvomi M rYriuniiiti.i.!
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I li; irUiigi as a true and exact: tyj e of If what we fought for in ISTtfwa by the courts, our country is 'K"4111611IL. For (;ootl Cu; ,toum-Made

1'i.it' t-ll.-s of |HOple. \\'a !have no >< worth the power then expended, all our enemies wish it.-L. ( '. I:> B. RHODES I TIM grttt poi/a!>rllT of the White It "ON unit eottnelng .> i HOOTS & MHOfiHJOKii

IL .1 of "iiiMiltiii!; a very rtypertablcour it i is worth a united and manly tight /writ e, tribute.>cliiiie la III>.and ticelluci I I. tubmltlliig..d tuuriorilicrothtr It la Ih*

I I I".t fellow citizens" by admitting Law tridt ri put lIo.II..U.,and In >a Intlancehat I ,A'CKENZIE'S
to retain. The Republicans are 'preparing Attorney at It eicr JIll UM to Htltii oaf teCJmotadatWtlin : {

; .ui) tliiii;; of the kind. to make a desperate struggle I Singular; isn't it, that when a man I its blot. ,

Ave iintlen-taiul it, Mr. Curkii his wife dime to Lux of AND The demand foe'the Whits kit liwmiW I. tuck I -N oK lllb I.ul titnot|
to regain the power they have lost, gives a buy a in utMl tut re are ... tompdlUi U tun .ulJL .
SOLICITOR CHAM'LKV: : /: .11.,,-, r, ,. .' ... .
radical VV.
I.Inuto be a "Ktalwart but with union in our own ranks, hairpins, or a gum ring! for the baby, Coxzxplvt SarwlXL :XT'Mp, ; >? "? tI.
.11.1 1 .u, -in I li!, in ambitious to represent their struggle wi'l lie hopeless, and it looks about seven times as big as lake Butler Fla. I every: throe Aay mtstapt:;IfT 1At.oe I J:.,il./ /I./,,,',

i 1i> 1 'I( of the first Contrresiiiona1' when he it down; the bar Ternandina Fla.
|I" III| planks on
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we see no real' obstacle to as ullitt.Ialld tnrj vichiKi I. limited for 3 ,tIP.. and I ,
i ii.t tot' Florida in tin National enthusiastic the for a little :gin and bitters for thestomach's \\r1l.). |pest tin- in .ill, Hit- ( '..mrlnf ilu told 10' a-ab >t liberal ducouiUj or opo. esq
a straggle on ,.,.eiiti, to wit lbs cwnuuific* .l co.at_.. I
1. -ntlire( hut \.'l' dill not stupptiM't } sake. ,1 Iatc.01110. t in ( ,.11 lloiiM [ ;"If tinfiilliiwin! in-tnu Ii""- .m < .in
pan of the Democracy as was nude lug a. n3. .:cs w "Et ur ca rssa.az ,,
full! ) iili-trvtil in t.tktrme II" "- r..r" )iiir:
I ","IIIIII'I.JtI..1| making the race :in 1KT6. i of i..tur -h.f..r 1.Ili"-.r _i nilt mi u I

H '..Lit "-:\I""ill/!, in ...0.111'ay. hisI E. D. BSluuriRmii WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. will !iuraiiUirft-<-t til I'mour (r. "I
The Tallahassee ..uKIPJ.\.f a The manful) of character never I ta 358 Euclid Ana, dmUirf.Out.I "
down un.1h..1 of nli I k
"hilo-I'.II"\ \ r u <
I i I1It.iirass' to the criticiiiiiu of recent date, positively declares that gets too full of beer. Boot and Shoe Maker I I Atit- f.niti| ....IIU.'! r'tuiiiui.Male Fair ir .to1-kits" nn. b..\.. MHIIInm 1.1 in.irk ".!

i yy.| | .-;twu press. Hilt if Mr. Mr. Bliixham i isn it aspiring to IK- I held il\ (j.iinr-i ill-. I be s IIHof| the fool with a IN in li lit-lil ina
II'I'J'I'II.Ii. ul.ir IMI-IIHIII ml,. u nn.i- ir<
I ji; 'tilt li.ts such an abhorrence for The "Itwl Men" holt! weekly Meetings.Ask Fla I TIIK 1'lInll'XI' 11I1'1."' '* (
totentor.1'hether candidate _
Stiarfsie
a or Alia: t ipe around the foot rrolllll" j.-mi l f

: '.""11.,1 <, oter and the thick rich not, we feel confident that the Loire ti I.L uuik iu mi. line iloue at priit-s to |,. 1..11"fur the IK-SI :St wing :Maihiue were sn\:mnl the little (tie ii.l! :,tillally to tix- ]l' d! f 1 ibix'tiir.

tlu-im h his if he things I. snit list TIIIII 1 and then anminl ilieiiialh -I |I' >ri rlit
I \I }hli h courses <; Hoilin-s an :illipitm Ht-pitirinj nritly
of Florida's eloquent and gifted son. d. ) ,I"h. tin st.irelikliarit THE WHITE ,- find IM.L of liltI.H- jt.liil u..1, H i
.11'1) 'I' opKi-iit|
.- .is l.is. friend of the Ditriot w ill be heard to ring in the next campaign a1ngwniiyt .I- 1'...,. aiirfn'J foJ. after a-pirittil l contest with the Sinscr the in-t.-p mtv.11... pru'IiIiuu.l I U'ln I' i
1 11 lit-lieve' wo'iouUi: like --- -- no utiier mai-hiue viuluiini tu enter tilelist. high; t ui -i.. r or IMM.I-.\ nIt u-un i n. !
i\e wherever! the fight ii is hottest. il 1.1
Another revolution rect-uily mi-urn-il in and uukliOf.l.r- n-t IUpJnI| I. .Hi
t. 1 I..A s 1.11 right! he ha*, to expert llavli.IH. J. T. WILLS, Tilt: "I' \KDj. ,-.,-h| ,,r s.iti-f n l.ry III' r. t. run "I "

i: .! ,:,,,:, n to support him: for (.'uu- Mutation I bI the State.We i j. tin- 'nunHalieriiui and !irrilii.\in fur ciivtprompt IIthnl"P, It. f..r. 'H" .

-.i I .otherHisition? noticed an article on thi- all I-II iswitli lii-aitftlt sidmschronicle \I" i At1PJ1tam-{ I..a" having U-t-ii made V" aioiiii.iitt't-c ol I ut i .iii.l. -II..- t.ar.n fr.'in fl "iU in fl. Hi
( 1 H-ri.uail jul.tlprcjuuhu.s I 0111'1. ,9-l Iv.
I "'in' ",Ir acii-untaiice with: the important subject sonn-timc since the death \Vi-iue-tl.iy! nii-hl; r S'tarl Fla j all in favor ol the defe.itiil i-uilc-t.inl.win ami ----- s

.1 ,n Honda: \H' iiicline tote be- from the (iaiues\ille >"", in which lad nf Mr Alomillr Th..ntL-::t.l 22year !Is.i- Icisitliriillv upon the Itmul56ntand
*. mn of Mr. Jux-pli Tl.imia-. : \\ ll.i. pniilin- all tit ( mill- of tit : noiikiv. 11'urib+ of tinVIMTK: | Parsons & Hale

1.1: ley I are not hslfI) muchi are !'l'lItillwntII' li.iartily endorse I Mr .In-epli Tlmm.imid f.-imily nun' I I 4lli aid "iili Jiiilit i.il, ( in nil-. a'!;_. n.'LUICIXI.\l: ,

'"I \\itli :Mr. liurkliim and his ::ud re|>eat. The writtr stati-s tli.it fnmi Ma--arlm--IN xvarsinn -- -- '
i .a IIA. and I We tiniiiulcrsi''jicd.. .
i : ladi-* and "i,, n. hu: .:- a- the anl :II.II' rentilet it is the part of \\ isdoin and public :I 5\'III'dll this place. They Imve won the A7O VTest> IsdjaJransitEsilnsail! enut Jai I,....ti'. i'li-! I.."ill;; pun lia-i-il .mi Merchants

conscience love and nf all ho know 1111'11I.- Ih..rhh h1..1 till' w n'l1 sr.u 551. 'Hi
to make the c-twm I
,1'1' tinI'ntrliit and if itter system
perform I t .u
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I T"i- F.tf_ .lullrh 1:<;JSOIXU ]i i uU1..Ire "'lifi.III"1| ii otslt-- Milt;|
I ,,, Jewish the woi-k of fitting the (childn Thc entire [iiimmmity sincinlyimia lu all dart i-1 lainuii "I'|
in.- tit --try for our li.r U In tin; VVlniManilhctilling ; ,- : Dealers! in General Merchants
tliisti with the much : I
- .1. ,; ,, .. "- to run a Jew for ('on- of the ]Kiipl<. with a ti! "rouli com i stricken family.CXrrtr I ( : SOl'TH. 1 !ronitiiu| "li I i. Ui -in, ,
l'lc-1. liuhli-i niiiniiiL". li-.i-i i.oiilili ,
__ > "',!! :.. JUT. ....'-.-.I .-.'.-.-.tii.n.. Whil'iiublic.! I !1'.11'" Fi rn-u"liixt. in an .1 m and "... .. in ) .;. vim I! Cedar Kev Fla.
t. '" : ;:..: a iiEJt(. i;.. !. v-s.. F.'tun9:i4 ...' :; :... I -:.- ':-1) ;- I. :hint s,- h.",- i, ,
1 r M-hools fixtun-s of the j jpeople c t. .hih! ono ':. .....1 ... .... ....a!."! ........__ .
j w i .n. i-iiie:' they will lake up ....11I1.1 are masses in-l Lets Joniut u..I! JI ><-.,r' sun of Mr. .-irive. .iUJKaii t:! hi a in < it tll all ..hllllll\ nut ;l Sen ins 'I... lulu''' h.r.rI' r.., .t.T OViiAMi A i
I ..'rri.. Ihilhui . .. . IS *'j r
sn far r.-ly <-n them a the -ole H. > pits | We 11Ik
.n. .1 "u" nut iinlv reflected their pi > [ (I'll.-. K .luni-. |ik-i.s ua- .I.NII in retut.m",'lIIhll, ,
: lirainU Uiani b. .. ; ; .
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of their C- .: .91'11I tupulilk- iiiitiilt-iit, (',,1| .\ M ./,,,,- j It :. ..,
leans eilucatiug
I l.i.: .-iiilnneiits, but who had the : otTspring, rrih\; ILililn'in' I IK p pinIjave "ll\'ml de.dei in I Ian ,
si-hools 'I --i1:1v I. Kiitduin . . . .. 1 45 '; 'Ilie-e" :.M.u inn.-- uuil I' 1
ilu ,1 n iiitl I character to ripresent that "private !$ are abandoned S'l'OUi< : pinAnne old. n-i.lmi ?( ,. ..-.,"\ III.. mint t.uu \I.,
.I )l.iilltirnve 3 t6
i ,n: ll, ;eii. e and nspectabilit\ for want ..f patronage. Nothing I -\1'- I 1-rAU-i. :It(mil pin 1'11I I t' relied stilt :lahu:uu to drill 111"1 hlllllll..I titer :hula h .1I..i 1"11> : DRY GOODS
S.1.1 i1.1-It
coniM'iisatithe citizenfur 11"1 \ \. T 1'11I1'1:1 :}i p torntc j liJtruu.--- "
\\ 1 II to know the 'II"| | .\ Si.irU-. :{ 4: :

i .. 't I uluu| Mr. Hiirkhini by the lutie of i-itixfii-hipjl, i is LumpIk.u Lake Butler Fia.C. I Arrive Tlnir-l.ui! . . . 4
.1: .. u I.I .. Li..iu him lH-4. I to |HTform so adequately. and adv antageously Arme Waltlu 4i4ntn; t. B. Kutir Win. Vi.iki.iti

as the eilucation of the otTspnug .trri'Gains-tittt 5 4K pnt.lrrits.1mdundo | .. J. 1I...... .1! : .
1 iu .1 blatant 'loi-.ii politiei.-ui, A. I'IlmnLH: B :!:!! |iiii "
'S. E.: GROCERIES
,t.i l.i..kliim: has suddenly aprradI he i ill rearing for the state, lithe ) I/a/ ju-t tipt II..1 .I !1.., LT .in| u ( |II| -.1 Arrive Button .. .. .. 64.ipm.i .. V. S Merrill Kan .1. Vi1
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' state. Tin-re is no good accruing 1"1II .\. I u.liS. it
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'. t ,ut before the people' an an ; I 1. .'" 'I -tut IV tlf .lrritlBrsnIu( 7 :;: i p m .1 : .

ressional 'honors.Ve to him, in consideration ..r the -mil|1'- \ \,- (ion r ('ru,'k S 4* I'III' tiiiiK-rt ( FilUrA !
> "t i. iitg E.It.ms: I'tnn.t.im
Dry Goods and Groceries \rnn- KI>M-",..| 9 VI p inrriic ., Hardware
i. .i.l. 1 }h.tH'"L.-nof. him as a |port he gives to the commonwealth, I :\ t....I..r Kt-! 10 45; p m I IGillti .. J. W J.iii.iu| E I I'.uev.II/ ,
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which is half so satisfactory, orawakens l-i nulls II UK I.tmt.tuE I. Kirknv"J
I II. IiAmve
: XOKTH.
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.n, as I II Itlouil Ml. .- L Salll"S.
hate term attachment fur attention of the citizens of the surrounding (',..I..r Key 3 00 I Irrin' Ill .. Cr '" &1''I&I \
1 ..-. .m.l not in- ;! a m II rj U .1 Hu_liis ( ., .. .,
his 'eroumnt. Fsuit hiwill I coiintrils \ .\ Itusi-n-niul ,3 : Uanirnve "LV ll.nl, A A I.".
:' i "I I .it all in our criticiMtis by .\ lilt-r < n, L. 4 *j a inrriie I M .\ |Ian II ",1- .. I I. i.i. ,. :"-'d-\' i U '; .'; TO :.. .' ;T .I .
- I' I that he is supposed to IKa bear the burden of taxation uiilipleasure. I \ liroiison .. . . :.iMiim ..Fltll.ii. .. K; .5II" r
Our chief and danger <;";> Solil at Lake ('it} I'rico. :\rnvtAnlnr. K i!: n m 1 '. It Hi Til \\i: !-' 'I ., ;cur
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.! .. .f -.me kind. We doubt if he near I :i .\lr 'I'I'IIMI. . . . 6 "A, 4 mi I M AV.iii l l-rritfl ..laMe.nlu\\> I TIMES.Tti. .

, v. -in .liriisaleiii! i* in the condensation of maws' Highest prices paid for cotton .mil I trnttrrrul.ludo 7 Id mprime '. \, jilt .111 .Ilu II.-UII.-HII mil' In itnliil I .
of ignorance..Mich as bleed M..riii.ui- (:.tiur.tjilt. 7 4U a inirriif Jaeksouxillc. I .1, Iii I L> |i.i tall -till. I. of .' fi'i/f '.'t't r' \\ that fanatical
t in- :apt are -onie :' \\.ililo .
produce taken. M Via hiiu-s. '
country m ni.ii ni ft. .u1; H him IIt-! 1..1' ''all'
> "L' 1'ELI-t- havecunteiided. that our isin, ("ommunisni, Red Itepulilican- Oil lt>. ';:'-:tniCHARLES .\irut'I hur-t.in. !Isa ..1111rr" oiUVi .ilw.i.t--n, li ,..I. .,i.l U- |1'", |I..r"i ('.?',Jr;/ I'r .1.1"' .

colored but i"m. general vice, crime, atnl hat....' I \ ,' :o01.'rl. !) ">1/1111 "l.i till! onltri |.'''1'1.,1., | ||,m ui,., 1..u ..I( '
v.\ ui \I a- a man, weI
\irne Ti .
inplt's iOtd.im.niu tinN..I A.id--. CONSIGNMENTS: SOLICITED.
of the order of society and restraints E. HARRISON. l..iuti-v Ill : ;'
i.I pivpared to In-lieve that' i ittu'u."at t4i in ..1I .1.." -
:\\\'r" .M.i\\ Iii. II -7.i ui.-'i.t!
!I'," .!.t.! .t of the Hilfiut would in- I of go\cnmiciit. 1'htc3I'lI'il of tileelector \ ; in M.I M :.Ml'.IHll.. Ill 'II.K ._
La rnnla.iuiii.: . -- -- -
vi | \ .I IJC-'inii ? :2? .1... k.*iIVllli fl..rld.l!
- t ..m.lht>i k the moral sensibilities to undcrs-tand the questions ).. .ii.- li.ilixin! IS! :Vi p iiirnts
of which he \\ >-- i .\ Itnnili I'r.uirh. I ISili; |> niirive Jaciscnrdle: Peosacola&Mobile Alvarez Gaskins
. lawof |H>liey or principle on ,
i i"iei\I respectable our i Sol.H ITIII K ,IN ( HANCKUV. \ |).ill.ii, 1 HI'III'

I t. ,titi/ens' by intim.-.ting or ill'I is called to vote, depends on the j Slarke, Tla., { \rrn. ('ill ilmi 1 4U! pinrriit < Railroad_ i i'Hi ,

breadth and culture of hi, mind. .\ ll.irt'- HOII| S.Vlpmrnvi IIKAI.I.Rn
that rimymanwithadark ,, K t .
i uiii \ ; I. ItI-of |1. 1'KHI.vrh.Mlh.vr. I
,
r"i
.
I Iwickl..1 'nim.s
\ iI.1.ru/I/ \ ntr :t its i' in :i ijl.
is the last used of all the 1 . t T" tn .--It.. .'1.\.. .hIlK' 1 i. 1"9 i
'? !I.! m.l kinkx hair must lie reckonitl Ignorance I .tl1l1 .': :.M; II K M \ :\\\ 1:1.1.: :Supi Goods & Groceries
,
.a r. :.i i. '" .,?,! .,fi r tins tLit.-Pa.-s,.,, .., Tram- Dry ,
tools for I. OX) ;!
employed SUITCS.S \
.1 .I K s'- :Mr. Bnrkhim had In-tter se.u ;i -- Bradford run.- full.ms.A .
Cinint.v Tax Sal. :
. the TICIof otherii. bold, bad men. Ignorance cluthed! HP BowrNIBlacksmith I I \..rrA-Irrd Cm-. (:.a cf TII .", ".'" v,
"" >; time I Ei 1.1.. i-. .'\ 01. Hilt lilt !..IJ.| ." 1'iHTMA ll<-In.Y I
,iu in Uior.tt with legt-|l.atite or other power, corrupt NnTK d|. -, t dl.'ll-l.: .. ,..hi: .d! ,1'1110! l--.u.. ( !l..di sit... !h.-i-. .. I ].-, p m''

and nits.' -r:its' menand the & Machinist i 111, i. >.n. on 'I.! ,u i ,v :;:1' .ii.l ,!I." .,[ :\" IJ.IK (i'lllu! } . :i 'Ml I ji in WE kirp 1-oo.stantly on loud full 1.:. If
I on-
Matrare3ZIIatc Lw.ghir week ; d. r \ I II 1 I-i i ,i,1..1.| u li'm!, r n, .lirn. ;.it Tali.dia.-H> . ny p III
.'.
tt, -,,\11,- ,-.ei.iii't-n| -" ot his H.....tr uie All'tnis evil can only Ir'.fi ..m.lV..' ..1 s .rk in mti- .. ".. .. -tit. t I.... .;.. 4.... ..1.... .liuu ill Munliirllo.cav.iriftt.n . . ... < _.. rr?. ,
inch. aid. of VU. t"0..'. III n'ill .: ,, ,,. Lrxvs..intmtit hiss G' ()
nit .1ll111 t< feet 1 large t l.l-llh" !"!., III., uorkin in .;"e opi| sue t rl < UM. / I' m
be eradicated by elevating the ct- | f .. tin. tilt til,' ,, ... 7 15 Hats Notions. &c.
.. |1N ui ii.K r ..i.,1 .il \pi *. ;" -tat iu! ;11I1.- t r w iosi f .1 it rod :iler.ins p mIrriw ,
,It'1. meet -
1..0
some
jmlatiHre. pie through the\ appliance of education. : "...: :!. I'I! -I. i I Midi-n. m
i It..1 l In those of the \\1' tern (41111ttr. 4 t. Krn II ...:1 for m.'iiii-r midiitr- i iK .I ii l.iuihik. :yiput Ilurjinirt/ ( Vi,' /.Tyif
Good government and liberal 'r E i of X .V i anti tie > \\ i of N W i AmYl at .mnali.. 8 20 a m
liti s.it on one end DeSoto Sale and t ,0
touifonably
II Stable
Livery .1mYt:1II11..11) I
education are correlatives. .r216 K IS dot tinE: of N: E i .f UOO.rn
nl In- v.m shoe! the other end roa>tnl ... LAKL IIV. KLAPmprirtnr. I E i Si.. 3 TO. K IP-InUacrc--mnoiiui iw-1velljrr.. iak. . .. . I 5S a III Corn Bacon Lard
1.1\ dues 1.. rot 1.11., ( Ht .. . II 30. ,
r rr j\i .JJ m I
NT Mipper.Ve always feel much A Diabolical Affair. J_ E_ HENRY Mrs. Eliot Bh theE j ui| :S H i NI .Irrt..atir.k-.tsjlk.. .. .. 'j 30 am FI.Ol'Il, SUGAK, rHrl'.t.Gtj.d. .
, Ih' '::11.1,1" !II1'n these sort of testiiiiniii.ils We learn on Tuesday evening a u. T 6 K iiW :Crt--.III"'UIiI of Lit I IIIt. lauartJask-outjli! 5 OOpm I

of Hradioril' mourceo.aii.l of the men under the : .. t i 1.i'I.anitl IAtvr.Lmkr: ( iiy. ( 15; p m told the.p for ..-h..r if'Uiiirr; \ '.-
,
party young Diinnin-X E: i *f XV t. :MI .Im.t1tII.I'" Oak..log.Ut .-, p ,? duic. Call and \.in.iut. n ir ,lm k HUO pf
of intelligent, Kuccerul farming, influence of liquor went to the houseof The Ds-rta Nile ai.il 1.1) Sl.-iM. t. tf 6 It !!-10 v-niOUfit nf .." > "II'"II . .. . .. 8 SO V III Lea if )UU would MI art Uir iuua
>i''I."I.\I kKN..i.! coin. HU in t, Hi '.... ..". r #. Lacaaiuttrltnrh.-! 410pm '
t Linn our aiimintiiin and tltanJ. Levi Cook, 2$ milo southwest of business |I. rtn t! of i..ikiuii. and ililitti riwrles J. t lnttL. -\ W r..f X E i. N l-.aV .1.IIl'n.k., .. .. . 1 .oam Our Grist Mill and Cotton GinsItMclv

town, and attempted to murder him. stlt| will'! L'..ii l hur-- ':.1111'. ..nrriajje ;;. T C. H *--40 ... n>-.nmmul uf uiI1 Uavi-M.nli-oi . .. .. .. :315 a ai
-lUra a fi>ol!" said WilVuu to his i old Int;:":-i.-s: iiinr fur s.il, IT lure . stun .lrritr.at. M.utuhho.(" .. . 5 oiatn I } fur arrive < pi nimn at ail limn -
In the Mr. Cook struck! -
wife "rertunlj,1.reflid.Mni Wilkin affray: LarkinI I on OK* axis. it "-.'lI.iblc UrniHur ".iitntit lnknuwnV t ..| .N E i :Six li.-T L.\t M.mtit.ilu! .. .. .. .. 5 &J II m Grimiing daSi..;unlaySurke. !
Summers in the mouth, crushing his : i cnnn-ly ncn gnu
-. flout l'iug a darning i ,, \\ ht' l'\Wlltll are you II':.t outyNmic jaw, seeing was i So.f'aud Gist luiii auii tru-lwoi L... .;Ins x:12-ju ai r, s-ai,,! I.fnj rr8''O 1.Leave T..II.'C': .. . .. 850amIrrljt :; HOUSE,

to cope with them, he ran into his I A. 1) t C nrKi I I."avi" Q"III' . . . III t;iani (s.11Nts1.1LLE: FLA.
ers.Sptvial
" people: arv UX Ji"t- to liar house followed Win. Summers I situ ntMn :"riven to tin-1 1 I".n '..rt 1 -'';r f. .. '. r-r /MB/../ifi ; .11 Il.ItLdwlI'.hce. . 11 4.5. mAT
by rutrnns.. We iur.inii.n !.?1.. .. ){ rH. P. M. Other
L II:_. rctorteil he.arJf) deer, raid ;i. 1 Jf hJ K8 BR LYC1J. ,
.ho knocked Mrs. Cook down and less tlwo any '.tutrr for tifly am. .r .im i --3:: OLARKJCity
rh. -nilutg bIH..ti)'. "let let coograt- PIIII't'".. \ "f .u.n1t.Ittat tr.tI1. '," .: (Tuosl.i.u. Tl t ur tday. sail Sutuntnyn.) I'Ku\1U t-rarra
ui.itfi'n of tIt'wngIr.. Cook nearly cut his headoff I h ...,im. it-,! J L lll.Mli I + U.vi- TNIIII..I-.e! .. 9 00 a m

npou Nunn fitrl.n.specta with a knife Mrs.Cook bra; ely July tl i 79 -DMOSES I 'Tdve et 't Murks . . .10 U a m DOAKD 4tND LODC.ING.Per .

Inn;_ 1 Ule.I ." I Clerk, | raven \l .rks 11 (.' mIr do,y. . . 'I 00 In'l l ilI
her husband and tit
helped
-- by mr MACK ** & Tiiiliuti:, ;
I : 13 15pm Per Wfrk. |:i OU /u $1 *
know I am a perfett1Kar in my united strength Mr. C. gut as :a\ I Wf.mriit & Lima i n-prn ....t..t.'tD' OWING TO LOCATION OF ROOMS.

1'1.11.1.\! -,*" .ahi a yoUJig farmer to from Summers and rau into a room BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT, Starke Florida. 'Ii tr Tiltrusim>iiia, .utl JackniuviUv on all night i Ffxxiiil tinttt ly the MuittL

]-ttn-ilii-iit.. "No. iiiJetauu ar"1II and shut the d.ior. Here Mr. C. found JTARKt. FWHlP.1.1. .\. j i ( oonertins. PI ulr.It fi.iltjliiiochii- from
Duly nifty yard At
public
utl.e. 1" ii MJIEUT
's f"r.or..ut...
|
.I.\n.\: .'11 Lato IIt.\r hus, 1 1I l' :a wt-apmi' witl aittll! U. .iefi-ud Lim- I ItJ T- for Co'V (arm lively and [4ra&anll) coo Jun ted IixuUy <<
i :a.as. : ) f..r A 1' d.II !'tnt'
: : .,It 111 ''!"" : -> :'. au 1 1., .\ .ii.l iii rr \10 thet- \ \S i'i it:.i IN VY: \ :: 'i\t :/III.o I l ta4l.ss ,(,,>\;, : > l I' LAiKi). '. .tlU.-it lo.aad urni-Ueii L uiuikxle.ion
., .. .. ..> L.. .. T H.ir- I EIH.AR \ 1.1 Kf sOd U lu fruui *lm b '.range- ana
..I a, t.,,: i ....,-.1 oTi.'I .built i I' .' .\.T..I ulinutit-tent| ; U 0)0"Mln U plmkud trout UM tnxlii
!PT IT" i. r :{ \ : in '- 13 utc.75TH .





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75TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE ... THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH --- STARKE. FLORIDA NOVEMBER 12. 1934r






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: 1 lni cr.ra: Te1rphUI tlu- other band ilienwa- uvi. Ilelluuilig) J. F. BAYA NIN.
HEllnI.ll1: T.XJol'. ARKft1AN Jesse N. Jones
,
,, .
l> I.XI.UV ,., I ( mm.n rxideuiv in In- faxor And a- the natural
}Ii.. laud 101.0IjS
\ W. \\. .MOOII: jc SON. ..11 n- le-ult Mr A "a> unauimou-lx and him ,

improved IT.HIW oralil) 1U"Juill.-d. ". "UK ix p',VLHI ix

K \ i !I/, 01'l'II::( UUTIUN Value *3tl.831 A WOKD .'ROll1l \lX'I":. HAS JUSTOPENED

\I i $2 nollinlll .. City property t u.:m MR JlMl's -As foil have asked for Dry Goods & Groceries Dry Goods & Groceries

"c' \ I (JOUUKHTISIXO No. homo and india 1.151 Dctr-und note-, I ax.iil ut self of the 01"J1III1"lIily -TIIELARGEST ,

: lUTES : .. cattle Ilb04 in a brief ..ij I thank lii.hkmainl .. .' It ( ,,r .V'tduon it 7Aow;..../ .V, yrtJuut (or CuB ami 1'1",1'N..

Oi, '"-1 iiixrtioa . . S. | 00 .. sheep'a 3.SX4. ..f liHlruHiiiii fur llu-ir impartial KEEPS in full lm.
constantly More
: trial Tlu-y an- irn n I'm! b.ixiIn- inter' STOCKOK a nf
l"h i ti'ioi.' il luairtion :SOIT.
bos 8,14.1 e-I of h."ill\llOl bi-art I alxi teinli-r mv
I ,'. -i I II.J I /Ilt| l'ai4inCanN ofin
) i .. 1" ,ivniiu. 10 no Value animal #141..120 ih.inklo fri'fili.bo.-..' nameare too nuIIHHMIto KIl'.l-. IONMANTH l\ ,TOKt A tiLl Dry Goods, Clothing,Beats, Shoes
.. 1II'lIli"lI. for bur eo' ration
Vi1' i .",1mi i in h-p'r miiium 13 W perIInalr-4wity ,l51.W7.tgtreg. opt -"iiMt\l OK
-il. anil .ratiilalioii-
?
\ 'u< v .if ijyiu ',iiiun for Letter uf'IuItuIur.sul.I val per
.\ . c. 6 DOiraiiir DRY GOODS
:oo..li. ," "f .\.. ..jiitiut.flt ;&>o \dlllilli, "p'r-oa. i real ProP VIM2.4:13StiIe : Oil 11th tu :Mr and :Mrs A (' Dry Goods, Boots Shoes, Clothing, llARi \SK| AM CRui'M-C| > ii \ Ill

5: 00Noll. l.nx. total. f\.2116-' (Mom a "'11. ami on the next day itpint Ala.

: i in IIt'bl"r'"II,1 ('n-dilum H 00 ('OIIDI) tail.SeIwil $1.364.8.1 look II- tbgbl to another -phi-re N-rvu-e- CLtOTJIIXCi Hats, Notions, &c

;.V.lut. fur riii.il liiuj'.wtl.l . . I:; IKi.lic ) county. (I.111I.90 "I.hll..1 In Itn (' II .\iu lio- at tl.i I Corn Bacon Flour Lard
\ ,- for laaxr lit vll till I }:"lattr S 00 burial; al ,I..."lb'li-( Clnmli. hulk in, Hard 1tI't! anil ('roI'l.PrJ'warE'. i

),..tkt- i if ....I..f Ural! .:.."11... S 00 Iteeeutlr the pupils of Starke Institute tat tIll Iciln-. u-lu-nil inloa world of sorrow BOOTS SHQES -l'cAH; SYRI"P, &"' .{: "
:N'olii nf ox IT i lie and-in' I'ain ami an :m-li gmteilIliee1 1 Al.MI :
ipianill i bargedI
; All ,,Kl '
were ",lured on: Dun dress ia.Itruitcthe fii { l>! cheap for i.i-li, ( .111||
I ., tin' square nl k pul rule:1I. I'annldraw comforl fiom the r
\11 1111. r la'al Nolu-i-i and Advirticin man ?" awl were required to write ,,'..rd..f .huhi.. "The Idnllandlht' HATS & CAPS Corn Bacon Lord ann examine)' stixk. .iml |irm-

uluill I IK. limited! iwvunlinK! to the 4..mp"Ntiun. on the subject WeJ givo ionic hunt bathitcn ana\' ;blc...eil 1 I IK- the name when \ "
-I 1' I,,. i hi-)' 1111'111') .nd the numUrof ini portiona'of the young ,_)'j.r.. prnducTliii of the Uinl -AMGROCERIES)- Hour, Siijpir Syrllp.] liiittt-r, Ac. country JIreDlIlee.b..toss .
ftionnimin- laaalolntH 10 eeuls per line. Uoi'. The elite litemtii and ari-tm y of ourtow My pmilo an- ..tT..r..1 al x, rx l I..w fijrlln'.
of u -peak of or:;:ml/ill!; u lint ale M'lioolMr :
from
la'ltrul ntlutlioumade tu regular nil linkgirl teu ycrsver.batim r..r. a-li or ( mniiry |in><1iii > I all unit tun \ for Sale.
Tailor I loin ha- UrnUL'le \ i rtix-r- et htiT'lim"Some i nr nn sloi k .mil |im i A
; large lot of well citrril
It true our piiMieibool- anfnipienlh Slarki" 11\.10' for
Julx :6. 17U,- 1IIKMIXiWAY7
people wear bad (lollie they CO oxtn-rottikil. .inili.ftiu annul -alt'-noarK all i-leim-d an.l I

'11I,1.,. 11w- W.rIllF.iir Cigar irnlv .... 10 ,'Imnb and IICIt'K"Y. They do nut care ,'II\ bj' mixed raiis. \'u'l. I |:,link cxnilii EVER liUoHillT; TO for market: ualj

al Un lutnl & 1'aif whether they. x\ ear all kindu of HolliiiThey .- all}:our (Hiblu -hiHiU will /e the U-l intinciiiinlv *
.
lint 1 a i-hi all enti rl"i... in
do not i.anat all JUKI so they an Hie ri:!hl dint Hull MieepTin -.. LAKE CITY. ni-:.vi ':R IN
Tin iitxn tn- l.ur) has rcapiil lluUuctil not ikikiil. they do not care wl..lI..r pdii.nlor New Drug Store.

ul4 I xi i il tiiu-4 the la-4 wetk or two Ih\ nut. I iiinaiaut rainy weather iruilhuug Goods and
blackly or
u..li pi Dry Groceries
l.oufli.ikc
Our
I'M- i.llnn
..Qi.IIfl4.thIy )
115 I 11..11 \lillllh"I liluw uolimlv MC.... j'!( ... k(lly *!krtr: .,. ;:!iiHimx 'IPll1Illillj"I look I.. time rvalar xiII I

i.ui-li nautti).!fiiohu-UT! you nee any our ill: ol tinTt.l,M.HM'll In eheer u- up ITEMS: \ Kr.. I '.,.Ff.: \\ tI/ . I ....id lie ditlill miliuw anyof OB. E. 0. PASCHALL.IIEI
mark down --- -- -- ---
bLu k
j ou 1I..y an m>boily -- -- '
n tilt, noblemen, of Inc (-la... tue, iiu ( .llit.u lilcai'hcii ami I'nMi-arlutl StiarkH Fla. ,
Any l lady rail keep IIII'IIUII.Ik':1u iltliex .
Atlantic! and Gulf Railroad. > K IN
." ..rt,1 \Iiin Sliiiuni-un" pnfi-mil 1. ruuM I lIuUIt''I'UII..1 tress "mtid'. ('a..IIlIIt'n'
",olll.llry. I do not like to see Ibeni ,
r, in nn ,'i ix nnrtilbin Surke willmut bav Ul.NlllXI. SII.t.HI\n.I"I.\l': n tin\., I Kcrpv roiu-taiitlv on li.iuil .1 in'".,'r.ilt.a I Drugs Medicines Chemicals &c.
tIn>t too due but 1 like to ..f tbeui mill AriXMII: XMlUllllixlllH: >XI>. Alpara-, \\liitc Uuotlllot, amiJlini of ,
lh! lu. In-art gnliljitl out Ii) swttl CuiiJ.| "
antI t'lean. SVX ,;\\ \II. --Nlt| :!.I. 1M / ) IHiY HOODS(. VlUH'KKir.* Starke
Our n (H.lift 1 rib i i. *> lickk-d by tlitlillU- lien-- one from a la>}- ..._makuf another ( ) s .1I..1.lIhr. \S 1.D\ >lI.\ \ SilriiiIn ; | ( -, LatlicTit-, IlauilkcrihiifEiubroiilvry -, F1aI _

pfliial\ Ue i ant' tell .ln.UKT a letter i i. K. I I r :M. I'.I-M-IUI. .r tr..ll.s .." I'ill-; If.i.nl Wlnrli hue ...1f..r1'I'n'. low tiirr'f.",
of tin- above Prrf IIIIHTCuff, \ ami I .
I II and lii-'a Urn here fa\I will run a- tolliinsxiuirr ta.li iirioiinln prmiiurA .
or -.
ouly a "I ilon't think that ilrc- make panlmi IAVIXG just npeiu-il ., fn.-h. mi ,II
CXPUKSSlaixi Collar-. .
a i tnl MIH I. of Dm.M, ,
n nor haul meu I Ihink one thing Dial fir-l .1.,-, .\'IPI.E: I!IoH11'III I 11
S&t .,uiiiatlu iLulx .,1. 4":ii liiiiArrix | rtiu'II tieie ..kHe itt' pnp.ii.il i I', -i,f-'I
makes. meu is a good principle. A man BEAUTIFULCloaks Sinn U. lure till 1.1..r- I ill klliilIMI
M.irkiprvvou a lively pmiraiicr on t al Ji--up ilaiU .u . .. T lIt) p IIIni"l1 I | '0 ix ii, fllhtluh. in town 01 iintr\; :l' r
Hut lu-'nl gut a giant prinripkix'nt MIUI Ii I. .\ Tliiuiiaiilliii.iiH, al Ii..15; a IIIrri" .1IIr1 1.- r I II i i IM I In "ii.ulill ,11 HimM :>ruM: l< ih imand m tail.-.I'in.i.i; .
The ,) with
Siiuiil.ijK. 4rtctiarc arow" itM. .IIuI' '*; i ';'/- III
.
of a man I like tu see evi ry one: iln-" .\ al Main' rnUt iL.ilx ..l. 1IU. a iii.nivt i x .11 in Ii- kept in our line
In Ii i.f nil kiwln fn-ljhli-xl .itli ivttuu..ui.l neat aud i li-aii .\ al .\II..u.il\ at'. . .10 4o a m & Shawls. : Vti m.iki -penalties" of malm'" n I I

n.uii'ij' |I..HUIV. Our nn.-n-l4iit8 anIMI .1,1 I IlL. al Lixe liak ,dailx .11. 2 sIll a m .irifulmin ioinHiumlin| :! pl.x-n 1: I '

.v ..1Ui: -. (-\iliaujiiuj: all J ,,'lIing their Hut a- for Uiai I iloul think tin.make- I .\riital 1',111.111.JtI al TlWanirrixial ix FAcr i DRUG iPftllEa ,.n...Miipinins. ibiy ur ni jlJd I Ju.r iim_>

"iii.mtial> just altrai live tut-k< ..f gomlNi mau nor kilb in' I \ Jjtk-oin'iili-ilai'lx. al T.'iUamlaaxe leiluine-. ihenytaN, &v m, ..I Am, nan I

Another BOX ice in oridual contioMtioiiwind | Tallauaiv ilailx at.I.i.; p mUaxe Krrtliiiii: ; to |I.t.>u<>f the f.im\ ol I nud Foreign manufailim-. ami .m-
: \\ i;,..N. "U.xt pniiii. mid quit mil--
Jai . :1U "arr.I1II"II..I..- fresh
wiih tbU. "1 don't think dn-s. koiixilkilai'ly at. ->: p mlaaxe and |iunW e -billH
iIn, order of the dny.Tn up lAte Oak ilaih at. . .11.15pm 1.\1)n:.... i oii-tiutlx riiriuni main m.K artn Ii -

maken the man. lint I tbiuk it'manly In la-ate Allunx iLiilx at. . 4 Oil' p mUaxelfaiuliinLf L. << .\ Ii : H. ,.f Ki: :;:li-h. "French aud An"ru'.111 m.uiuu

lie well drv eil 1." daily . Hens youths': & turtO.
at 4-iMlpin Boys' Clcttirg
;.....llI inr$ at !ICivrrs f4.unly 5r. 1'1I\\\( IAN.
lien anshooN another yuan; iilea l......I' ....III. .-'ilk iLiilx al 7 a.10 All guilds are warranted as n pn.-..nt. I

"In t-boolii ou -tD cim..ily inujiiKwb.il: /aaXi. JeMlp ilallt al *. .. U ;-Ml: a InArrixe IN EVER'I'Vl.E.. A jmt Ill-car v I'liannarpntUt.ROGGIST: onlll... iitmoti.mand I alli-iiti.ui It il I I 1.,

A Huu.I""III l'n'M'ut. } at xauuali ..l.&ilIII.. U hIP a III .1'"II ivclIl" all ORDER lo insure -..f.f il I, ;,a.,r
kind of a man a buy will make. Sun-h Noiliau. ;..e uf carhelmin; xixaiinaliand 'I our i u-lumcrs. WeanellniL mir -\, *

Mr l K D I'rvvatl OIH- of our inlirprUin. anx onexxiiuld! rather Hf a |...TM>U neal Jai k''>nviile mid Sat.uuituih-V Al'ttnxMeepnifear Ladies' and Gentlemens' i 'u tin' |Ia.tt m -| margin' uf I'ruh'-' iml; |.i.n

.- .mil pin-rout fanners n.ialing about and ..-.hll"i"k" inure of bim than of out ; run thuu'.u1hu lo ami f loinSavauinih haxr- ill d.i will lo-m i u.s ,, .,11 11.| II

1111I nnlfo from Until. pnnUd us nuiunliy and .AHnini .u mill of Milling in our line ul 1 l.u-in. --
who i-arele: K i.i tln- .
:- lad with liaudminc bunch ofPnie I l'at'eiuar.'r1'..i :-iax.iiin.ib for .,'m.,.. jiujrt. 18 .f iu2:
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\Virind lbitliou.'bta in anolbi-r. ef- HATS
: '
ilma Uaiui-x and ( l.or Ktxlake. II. .\1 hue
fruil. on Us f.&no. There
pronto furl iniiu tJJ-/',I'.I.I"/ II, ":i "'1.II.. J;. ;, D. E. O. PASCHAll.Phy
) '" n4 lu the iluMer hkh wriybctl 23 I'a-x-nser- Darien "11.1' Ihi- Irain WiSSow Hard and : .
"Then- arc islaM people that wear mean CrockerylWare. 'I XMl,
]I'" mil- Mr 1'n-vntt "iti! >K-a>caiii-(>lour h li-.ahl.u. Iruin Sii' auii.ihi for BroIl S"r--- ""
, thewhen they anable to wear ktu-r xx it k lake ibis train .rrhill_' al lruu-xx ii.k Starlie Florida _. --'n. ,
1 ii.1 ..ik- f..r tlii 0-... and if any OUt ran ,
eilhiT Ui .iii-r iln .x anlo stimrr tu "" "ir U.IHIa in *4A M> JKIIY.AM tMA.000i.icheu.r>-
i ,i him i,n ;').'I"- fruit 'H' nroulil. glad Inow I n-iii.iii:: :.iml li.i- ri-i ('lIt It ;ullllll :
liellcr. RiO: an't Irt' J..II.I..I Br.m-txii k at SIlO p marrixe
.u judsc one
} rtiiy
i in .r finiii' tiuni We ilon think il can at S.i' .inu..ihi V'J\I... m 1 t.i 111- Hill -llfltfllIlllk I1I.IIP ,
the kind of ilotliehi- wearomitinu-- 11 .\
I. .1.01 I'a.-.-uiirIi:: ain. Mat-on al T.l'i.i in NElcIIuh.Fs; OFLliII T.\HJ\\ ,1FL.: .\.
tI..fI.' an- tinunanel kind of -oplr ihat. ; .
1haihy evtpt NiiiiLix ) ennniil at .It. -upxxiiii'lliii ,
I..iln-. When hef..r.cAnnlziny train for Khimki FL' LI. MM! OF UKOCKKins.CASK ; I : llli'l ti iiirinlu 3liiuHjf;irlti, FFE1S .
I rhr,'ILl i ..urte-y uf :Mr. Tin ln-aul. Itail wear fine I you I!o ( ) u- lr..tl-.Sim.uaih*< ri I' I
J'.uiiuuld Lui....- |I.a..r.:; from l'i..riahp, .lix tin- traineolillttt 'lu-niiri-; .Mi'.lii'iiii--, i itai';;- of Narki.. ltr.iilf.ini .i nn.iininr "a
appear : spoiliic.
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(IL Mil i .V i A. li-grapb 01"1".1111' at this
.1 .;' Ji--ili xxilli Ham arriving in Ma 'luu----. 1"1; -Artii-K.... <->mrliiCall- prtunpllx ,ir, I Iii
.". .- enabled :o make the follow- : _ ,. _ ion .it ti 2i I' III ,i.Liiit, ivtpl >untJixi I PAID FOR COTTON. ; < In at, .ul;I I i.i.nrOlHii- at ilriulnn '
IVi I'iintOi; !
-
aralC nUU-UlCDl o( Cotton flipped I'ala"hpill:: lair inn lo ami iroiu.sixaiin.ili .; In rim;' h fuiii! | xxlnn huh! j I.iIllllllh > I .
\'ui-lf Uiil3' Lane. : aol Jakoiixi'V.. -- -- -- \ .\ II.' ...-, Iuuff., .lI'Milt
w. .-I. IC.Vt.. a.4. I-. .-.,.. ... .t. ... .
( onuet I at .iiii.ilf. .< 1Nl-o. .....
i. ,rl > fVXiiNl worth of Sea r..tar.I.'a.. BCNO.. !MI \\aon Nuthwt-ltin. ISailiuad 1 I.. I Hanad: CSnuai" Hailroai In fail xii. Inc :n tu.illi< ill 'tik miM o S'ilPllli > Sale.I .

. iileni rcmi'iiilicr lS a. and from )1,,, "". Kui.nila. :Mnl_"m. n JllKiiMIHI.Fl \ Oil :;itll l"iMON i the arm 10"- knoxxn to tinilm:: anil miili
,1 1 ( 'urn
MoliiliNixx. Orh.meli-. :111,1 ..," in-! il.iii Ir.uus on tlu- i uu. li.nle. al! i f hai. !i wi. :u0- -tiling III I ) Y tin.u i.f an (-\i lit;.'Ii .mil fro-n:
r
.. ii 1 -> .'...n for i-utton in IbU iinuity The years have fits all tbingk have hall;:' Mall -li-aiiur haxiIkiiiiliriil:!i. for Ap ti.l mil run .1- folloxx-: Ih..I.."i '-I margin ,.f .prntil IX aVinu' imr18ly i ) tinin ml ( 'oirl .., I Ci:, i.ll ,01| ,.1,1.ih .

; ,11 iml U UWuoaii average onc.r ,-.I. aLit hi"l.1 i xi ix Miuilax and Tlmr-ilax I in Uli- -p., i..llil..f lum-jt'-- surn .11I.i..1, ('u. uil..1 K ". ia. '.u tI.1! i

i 7'1 uuo lit $1UO.XW( north of oilloni .\0.1"ulh I', maiihood's slate h iLTM. 11 : exiiiii..' for > oliiniliu-'M'rx Tindix am! 11.11.XU EXPltS..lloily.Iiat | ) adx'.mt.i''i- in Pin !li.u-Uuz a- ii ela! kct'ljig | ax of S'pli-niN I IVJ. n h. I' III i II. nj ,n. i ixiii "
tbou bu Mill 'n lI..1 II. u .lai k-ai't'ilk -------------i; :II! p Ill our -t.ak fnhlxujilieil.1I : i-phiiniiff ,"..1 1D I'. -nil i. .I, ', auiit. i,
The Yet iiugi-nn : >< aturiLi. .,fll-n..II.
i ., ,, .iniiu.tl vliipiiH.-ul. aa i line; ; ( I..-.:}louniilioii I ..i .)." k-.n. lhi!<- il.ill.< 1,1.111. Wliitc llmi-c. . .. 6 13 p in j I, fjf" All! !n..I.' lute 'T: rrIII..1 a= epnenteil. .. 1 have lit id upon .1 11,1 oil) i \j. -

i. ,1 -ln| .." ..I of xegulablejii.1' i j" stuuii- Of car'u r ..i'. u.-. 0<111:1.,1| anil sumWe -. I Miinl.n -\n-pitili; turUn i-u t.L I' >prm..- .'-ju Baldwin . .. .. THUpiii j I. ami tin1 iilino-t can- an,I attenrun ur-ale al 1"1' ik out r) aulia:.i tin |I. u

I I. ,iii. ito iuleioe..iiiiiit' '.' inlr,"", ..I fats. Y Imft. .\IIII.IiIIl'. '......:l.a. I..." lm-i', ami .o;! '.eaxr. n"rbpillr ,. -. .. T il |> meaxi "ill be 'rl\11 to all <>Kl'Ki> to in-nre 'lit.f.u .; .lie l.onrUfon tinmirl :l\I .u.t!.,', ; illetuxinof
The Ida. the Hotter- awl ..-...1II.. ... I.in,Im- ,mum S;. J.i.i.i'- lixerTrain I.. :.aafllIcr-.in-------------- 8 07 p m 'tinr. to our clt.tamer.a.l'hyXfrians'PrPiwript. Uike lillllir \I..d i. x-ixe '"11.1"i; |l' mIJHKV the lir-t MtiUiLit .'11"' I I.rI ,' x uf \ .
\\ I of Mr Da -kl Jon,. whv same IollrWttrll'I.llilmllh un Bi A U It Uaxejiuuliou.. Ml tactic . . 9 (Bi mrric innsCarrfvltg imUrniM: Ibe lullo in:! ill -. nlmlKrlx I .
Bruuia
A- a ia'mi in i niMhumuuny eoiii weat 11 ,:!? a Ili.. and tor .
f inn i IL "ifhl of 10\\D.llu1l' his IMV *nJ 1.'IId"ill1.11". it-k "11.\111' m. dally i MI pi MimlayTliroii \ :<1 Lake('iff . . a 30 p III C"ini'"tn
.rnir-i.i. i/uiil tbiMOMMI.. lie .tah> | | :!b l'nki1"W) .uni Mil-pin Car UMVIl.ir Oak . . S 15am : ,.,:/.'. ,: T 7, H 21 1. i ...III..illillIII. .n n. ni"M. or
IIILhwla.o But now in v un I -i.'h for those Onii... :Nujj AritM-al T..n.'i! 00 II ui.rfll .1 L GASKIXS "". 1\ itur ami iMhi: in liii' "'iI.. 'i 1 Hr. i ion
.lili-U alaiut 21 |""r Beriliit'iindal Bn-u Tii-ki t "
i i ii hi' i .mi lingbl hourto come apiiii.Wbrn > .\ (. al Alli.iiu . . .10 4-> a inArrivi.it ) I'ropiitx |-niilnl out l I.. |iIIIIII"1-" 1
r. -., .-Ill: ;U!. .iceatthentcOf 40. and l luiinl in baud we |u..*il along Bull i.ln-rl.' and ..Allantit t' and UnitItailnMil :';"'.ulil.l" . . ynu.im -.Tat!) -3S--1'479oh- .tl.inii v iiii-1 m -i"I ilav 01, i.i ,v I II

-I' Ui> lut-.iN: pt-racn:. Throu-h I uric Billy's Lane. *enter n'1.1n'UIIUlI..imi ; IAMM-Sn\iini.ili . . 4 W) |> m ;1/ W. 11.' n )lhi.l.'I \

.\ Train- : u.h'nl UMIAllunt' . . . 4 :tfl |> mjjjvi : W. RIVERS 14. '7-! 'l S.. fSheriff's
Our hearts were light our ""t '1'* wenfiw.. II.
I Inisisns.la'a. Tm.luhii-ii..1: 4"i |i in
Yr Ji. TIt MII'IM fbilixrloiig tiny
Mr Um UniMk-nafarm, joining tur stolen tn..I.xtuf ',, -in h and; sliiiDid .. Snx ;llinl'i: >-iini:ix i.\ .11 1N 1.1 IIIII U-a\<. I.i,', Oak . . . i I; .1 m Sale.I .

.t- il..ift..id stod irojis.: V.'iotirt Jt MtiioM pn < ...... uoui .iv>aX I 1. axi- Kit.,I. -I.: U -'?. .. m UMU-Lakr ( il' . . :8 SO amUavoMt l 1'1II i i: INGOOI3S: > Y xirlu of m \."IIli.." I--Il. .1 I fr.rn

'ul Vitl.Mii-luiuii.raupi: lnr"". nw.i) ofi U-axe .li-up U' lit) in, ('..ni" . . .. 4 III" IIII I ) ti". ( in nit t ""rl..lllr.II.r.:i. .,..i'Mi \

i '" ,I. U>.dn a gnje" ofFruit jounj; Time check thy -" ..,I' O. tlcedug jear-.. 81" .Iwar S,I. p i",I UauOlibtiv. . . . 4404111 Jinlii ial t iniiil of Flornii! "" ., 41 ih]
i. .IIIIg.
I firing back UOMCajnnx hours again \\:1\1'' at luutaul.| 15 p ni I 1.'II\.c 'lId'r"'II. . . . .. 5 .HI :.1 iii I DRY (I"f. M.inb! .$:U. whir, in :-1".1| x

Tboae DkIIIaUII.ri.'bl.. when free fruit I DlllHilll :t.1:; a III I jd\t. Daril' ...11."'' - A Vi :l 111laaxe ,\i. kl pluiiiiff .IIIIt .\/or..LIIII.1 I I n \ .11 a _

ianr Leave Black-bear '. S .1; II lu Baliluin i . . .04u.inilaaxe ;; I I \ I' Ill I ti .1 11.1) I baxe Itt 1,1 ujum i I u ,i.l: .

Tn-o. We tripped Ihnui-U Vmle BilU'- Lane* I la-axe Je-up 12:51 p mla \\ hilr II....... . . 7 W a m.Irrivi \|I",- tor.il... al pulilic null rv. tt ill,:n hit

The lane 11.,1 l the rail- anpme.. I itt :Mi Inlo-b 21: :! p m al Jai k-onx ilk . 7 ;M a III GROCERIES. ...'al.id li.iurUfnre tin. ( "'UII"\ I ""-

I I''. M "f our i HIJUT' t. ho ore <-ulli\atinj: The |ulli with a nils and gra-s u'ergnm n. .\lrut at Xniuuali 540pm On :Mail :i.id K\pn Tram SinpinCir :! i l..ir. in I'n Inuiiuf Lik- Builir;! i'i t, .dr,1,

J I. limn and other fruit trees sill No Iran-- left ul uhenwe played! \\'ion. run hhr: .'",:', 11 au.l fr.plum .Jm's-.>n I .V II' (:,",: r it.\ ,: .I ,'! ( ',.1/ .>*. ininli oil tin Iir-l Minilaun'' ; I' L. 01 I '?'l

ilk-anil '. '.III1I..b. ..I.... Lma- I if :Nu'xiitUr ti. the 1.1.\1; ,
: Miipn.jCar 1k
,. u- !h leaving !till,,' offin- That i In'ri-lu.il -put i- all unknown.Xu i orlm' .j|
UTIM1XV:
) |IXII.Kl
I run Ihrouji I.. and from .1... haii StarkeJFiorida.Kitp .' ru., to \\ it Lot i.uinlr r : m ii"
u...inn ,.r -.1.teUlt'atiDf: nuiiiU-r luonwe II.."lrax at chow of day.Xu Ia-.iM-Dniioiit.it! . . 71: a m x ilk- anil l'ahl.uiut-.rv ail n ot 1'n.n.I"II". I.. intr i.i :- \\ i.irnrf '

\\ i. preparing a ttblc fur e\, more that ngllt of wax WiII ilannXo I.L.XI-Val.lo-l.iat . . .1U 412'a inlavxt ..:IL"Smx.EXPItES -\D.il I .) N W i ..t X W i of N .-> T) b-: I IC! iE. |I..
'U shunt in rbildL-h glee I . .. 11 42 ) tou-tintlx mtorr apmntlIIK
the next Fruit CnmiT ( 011' monwe ; ({unman at. a UI :.. loutaini.i., one amIV. .. -u |,.inliilml
u ut and Wbikpavin. through Untie Blllt'Lane'' I \rrut.. al riioms-xili. al . 210 I' Iii la-ave .lutulisonvihle..11 lr> a mArrixe ofniv I ix pUinlitl in r\ii.uliuk i.ii'M; a 2mllax ,I
rrnpfDirp
I ,.nl\ for .ti..tribuliua abroad Long Branch Fla., VL 6th 1H7W. I..-..... Th......-\ ill.- ..1. . 2 -Wp ... at Baldwin, -- . .12 ;iII p Iii.mtt Day, GOCDS AhO of Utt.. .\. I.).. ill

I .1 "ii in .!io\\ the total number of fnutiirkr ... /....\" I allis: i al. . . .'::41' Ul \ al F'n uJitllL. .. . 3 lIP'p in | W tt 11 MBI,1N

We di'.lte to have our titroutcien of l'rO\idebt'e. \rruea: Allunx :it. . . 7,:ii) h p mlaaxt LcaxrFirnaudiua.. .. .. . 10 0'!' a m ; U In. h h. off rul n.mink.i'.h' :low pm t.-. 0,1. 4. 1S79- jt. t unjf

iMe.i ..IIUau\! . . olWain | brine Baldwin .. . . 1 :? I .r ( ".iJ or ('ouulix.. I'lwluit -- - -
full and ..-curate II
.. plJllll
in t.wl'oImili..al. . . .2\1am Arnx't al Jai .k--ourill.. . . 2 :II"1'1 Jolt ->Ii. 159tit4tti'he 'ommh\lunfr'! Sale.
\, i.,,11.I -him people abroaJ how much B\ JIMLS.We niul TlHnna-xilk- . 1020 a m i -
\ j for ni.uiiima and ( il tr
ilu |_ i'i>Uof Surte bate in the 1 1.,1\ t. 'floulII"-.. at . U' !III" m K'1ta.Pi-.s'ngi'r'ihi- train Xo train from Ball< : Ins ll- ute. I BY OUDLK: of tlu- .h..b! ,,f tin County
do not wish to Uost. but we hive mirl of liraiiforu < '''1(1) Fluri.la; 1
Id' ( . Ill) .
'. .' the ni-be-i and the ln>l birth-: fur rice. oal- "'' 11111111:1 at. pm uin to ( iilar Ki jon SiinilaxCuiiiinturn uill Mil ..1.11" 11,n i.u ilu iii -t MomLix mXuxtm.iir
'" that I have ..."en in tinSlatf /.:.ixe \aldo-t4 .1?. . . 31.1pmArnxe At Baldtxin with A 6 & .....tarkeF1ri.a.stabIshed : t I.,. Butler
cotton m\t.
ai'd-sli >i louitilou
.. . . :5 4o mJ .
.b'trru.'r. al llupont p w.. 1. T K K. for ( .J..r Hexti.nm *--
I'r': if on .lo not I* :*. flu' all 11* i. "Ow' lieve. A.,..'...l "''',.ri'x'.mexouri-lf. 11 & TVMXMaMxr 4 ;.". ..,..1 Ftiuauilinu. ami all |muitNorth in ti.: :skha of J"iill Keilb. flet-i-aanl. l h lug

.. 1 lilllr girl of Starkf. IS ni .j" IIf 1'IU1..rt'oIivll, at 4 ,\ ,.-.. at lake lily for TaludiawH-e tbcrnM :WIN-DA li said )' ucjr triu ..I and diiguateda
CVW
I I'rl'll) A negro *lruck another un the bcaT H 10. IAIM>, Gin'l Supt. AiViox.;: Stxannah and nil points Northauu Fu.t.TEiuiopui-on' uc

i iin..me evening UiU 1IH.tk from a with a stick. tunic lime' .\gn. It c

( n : I..."..., a .b"rt ili..tI<<' from h.. u. pr-rpetrator $tO It does not pay lo tap Mtamcr M'b.ila-tn uiutmtloaSratioTkka 113 8 onX.uk tf S W i of S W i. &,' 8iH
tiN Ttuo.T inJXNIXB A
,n,, Imtililervd. but fortunately found He kull. NOTICE. J S WFI.ROY.Mnttr \. 1SWO.! opens.on,..ul \luing Wi adiuUMumunUu 2-j* .'E xwKW10 10

.' ,II ,, ," jiiit before dulL The little Two of our young men paid flying D.nu"'os.: Traii.purtationNi 4. airrs tinX E i .. 1 W J, 811. 10. T 8.

um frighlened at the idea of ex- x _it to Suukr to !"" .1 link we Mlppiwc.tl At a mii-iinif of the Town Council of .udi-iit STUDIES : It*. S and k.; 'containing lu? ai ci". -
.t kr iiit
of the "Ubc. lat1. I ttc* pretty}' ijaU.Vt have not heardthe ':'Sl.u-l- ..,. iiu-dav. Uct 14tli.. WT9 U" Sills| i < Termta"li. F. Ill XT.

I" r ", 11.': .Ih". fortunes result Bthe" way. i i- it x try bemm I (olion;; uriliinmtts wen- uuauuuoualyOnlinamr Spilling. liuuling. Gengraph i Ot14. '7ll.'tIn (."n'..."r

!., u .1.! Ing in an old uurrinl roan tube ironing :sdul...,) Geo. W. Baisden Eng Grammar DecUmation, Anihtuctii-.
about pretty girl!" ["A llnn of ...-,.1.1) I \If.-JoI'II.! Gouol..lr,) Surselng.rrig..n.netry Irt'uil UoUrt-4'Iu .Iiuliii.il

ba been duprod from i* a joy forever." Don you unU.r-taod* X'o. Ill, i Hi-iorx, Latin Circuit of lorida, Itrdilfonl CD.US .

unii.-e nine -ED.] I J' it oV.mn.! as Ullowt. That all f&T- Dealer 1.inWlSKS : Xatural N'unit. Gretk. lUicloi..
l CHAXtKV.Saliua .
h I.1 I in Europe nherr it U pI'OIIollnC\\d The public school: has commrnceil and Utam in-'concealed: wi-ij J"oii-. lu "'it.: rcnnutn.-liip. Exiruin: Cunipu;
,1 I lilt aii eiifUcnl IDII C:. it ir moving wel! and -niuotlily. Mr. Pi-i-ii- \)"kI. B.)WII: Knixii.ioni.. or ( umpu-iliiiu.. Wabn 1
LllJlORo, AND: I\a., -.,-- *. )\ l fur
('. U AJiisuc b ib tt cber. I ..ay wbi r 'i-adlx 111'-'llOB. .1uaII1x. ileemedguilty Dfvurt'.
..f .ff\.ihtlion uf Ib unlinaoi-e and Terms Df Tuition Calx in II. V\ston \
\\ ,': ,c. (':pl RU-banl bw t dItch The movt Inmiilitatine and piercing ami tLltF.&OsT.011it1Starke :
i: upm.rnit ti-uxuiion. .ball be flied! BETWEEN 4R.: ; IT being made to ippent I In'
a it I a neat stile walk thrown up thing to the human heart u. when: z confiding nut Ii.... Uiau Tin IM'uror; more than FoisT GRADE i,,'r quarter uf UBweek 1 I umpUmaU IlajI .f..1u..f.
.' I . . . L.I..r. n-h..
friend a traitor : *. |s ;;,
,. -s.uiliode of lib hamtiomc lot far prux.- I Twentx live Di.EUr- botho nued and U-xood delimit of :. &- of Florida
.i \\hen Juuu Casar wax av-a_ill'IIt-d. iiujirbuued, in tht ili.-cntiou of the Max Fla. SttuM) (;ilWIL ptrijuurti uf leunt'clo' .ml withiu the I'niud Slate It .,
u
:'i., ilijol L Tu recent net weather hr acted like a him. drfcmli-d himxlfbravely or. . . . . . :SOUTuiuu uu tiL4itSi of cnnipUiminl"In. tm.fort ilor.

.. '',-. 1 ulo think morethan ever bOa and nobly hut then nulItI. his Onliuaiicr. 14.Be oc'. l56m.IE. GUilE |nr quart, r of hannecks Cbariv* IUrn-on. KM itnl. nrfUut tl.e
I bosom friend tu take hi- life. I . . . (UII) E )
comfort the towni appnwlii-d
1 I. n ..iimand U .inbliunl a. followTliat all t"OdDI. t harkII \\ .t_. di, apn" | .ar.
but Raul El la.It pariu -U--
he nude no rcM-tance, ,
i 1.1.1 i"jux if our cilueiu would ilram rut**.'" U was m.1ItIuu& the hravewarrior '> 11..1 art 1.'un.1oInlhllllg a ili.ii II..- C. WILKINSON, lu-tru. ha .n ihi.n.maihi] and ik'uhiLtiI- pkd tU.il'blrr III to rmJ.I..in.UI. I hull .f

.'. 1 1..1< i :ix :-roIe their side ...11;... SUrke and able "'111I1"--btoart ,.mtuh.l U-ar c"Ir.lt.limll' .)f Narkr. shall be arrted >JKI ii! I irmuin: (,.r !>u.ine life awi .11a. complaint thealmtei 11111 I. .1.110'.
bo.t"ra the firtf .Moiwlax
J. .> "m' f..r mueh uniirovtmc-nt In thisr I' and what ailamantiue heart can? Traitor. a:I and. shall 1ou:1.1. be tinnl ln-f.in not(lu lis"than Max.r aural FivtIJiiihtriu. ifniiitx. j House and Sign Painter I I nl.nationMarku.uItiefllhtru. -.: .auagejui'fc'ifjraf on A or D. J. ur tinJI.K will, in U l Janu.n lak. a'f

r, t i).. II. and see if II wuu'l base .a I fare you well! I or mure than FifKui ,101"or II k ixuurkabM-: fur its WIo/.1- tuultss4 i Jr..i. that a "'i''t uf thi- or

0 .al i rhiul i ffix-t upon our npiritsgiiierali}. Married. Simmon*-Brown, On Wed- both M> lIned and I iiupri.-uui-d. in the ills- OD '''-. dar be limP hainla T""I.I.

1 I..I.1! thin give bi. m-irtibiir a uurr.Tiii'i. nc-day Oct 15tb. HI the re-idence of thbride's cn-lioiiof tIme :Maxor P. \ I,)/ 'I/ 1 f. \ XGEIt \ Board can be obtained on I'.JJ.t auew.miitr J.w.Mb'i at th NII.. sa.c00013 .
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75rn ANNIVERSARY ISSUE THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA NOVEMBER 12. 1954







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FAB, taUDr.M AM HOt EHDID. j J Items Abut Dogs. .' STOKIES OF A MILLIONAIRE. I Clock work i ie not m -re ingulu than the .... ..'or. .
Iner, the stomach and the bowel wbea they 'I'M Sinin[ Class S S63 ason.
i Over 100.000 sheep were killed by dogs
Facts for T...-.... |! Daalel Drew BbetltBle, C IUe-I>."rr, are |put in nninr with Dr. Mows VegnUble
.u Ohio during the year 1878 increase Liver I'illa. a supremely effocbve and cure
Store in d cool ; Blotk EaeealatOrandBaaar.pt.
potatoes a : rk. pl.nv.
tof fifty cent. over the destruction of catharUcaml blood d which
per alterative
and in shallow bin"Lcueall.winlt'rprarJfln I The following anecdotes the late pnrent Jad 1M. TUB TEMPLE (MB* per ooea>\ a
I lie, previous' year. worth promotes thorough biliou sacreUon a re uUr ip.an.lki Sea DlnjlM School, Ooe.ntto and CbowbootibrOr MUSTANG
Daniel Drew who at one time was
the trw .is habit nf body sound digeaboo And nerrooatranqnihly o Pus,'., AaaOaott (-
j The T.irboro (N. C.) Southerner says between fifteen and thirty million dollars aor ol the lamest a.a Al a S>rjtn' ecoool =
Ions; Ib there u no danger ol sevenfiosls. that while the lawyers were jawing overa It a the beet possible tubeUtule batarr than Iha _per nay unailar own Mme ll tae
New Yak
are taken from various for that terrible drag merew') For isle by math won mode, thai .. UB pa...r law goad aWGKKt.
case for larceny of meat a cadaverouscur papers: For forty yean Daniel Drew and UU Vein ol Uu beat Itbd 11.. ..dcrab.
dni
M.my tinners who use! plaster hare came in the court room and stole it. was the most grotesque figure in Wall all U'1.II'uLhc .. 5055 eayoptscsrud.pnltlatitmllAO.R.membr .
will fled SmvaloftlieMesl
found its good effects more apparent Dogs commonly] accompany their masters street. He was in middle life when he rpeaken and ungen
when salt U added. Browo'. Bronchial Trochee" benedcial in I.o m rote 0'WOJR1P Mw53.301.
to the theater at Winnipeg Manitoba gave "the boys" his first pints" onsheets. reoaaby W.ertred. Joanae'e hiw $sta3p

Take the topmost ear of corn for teed and recently] in the midst of the ." When a raw country lad be clearing the voice before pckin or Imaging, :51.0.5 Chaflo..S.SLtloI boot :aJpat.doses

and select it from .those sulks which I most tearful scene in Lady Audley'sSecret began to drive cattle from hisn&tite and relipvmjf the throat after any exertion of t lox 8poc L _.Ii.CaL.3.aeS 05..0 IX 1ltrcst.ra\$ $'' dotes) besS J. P.IULJ IIEIUCIU nn II t& BUUD

bear the greatest: number of ears. ," two of the brutes got ;into n village to the New York market, aitt the neat organ For coughs and golds the MILLIONS DtRlSO IS [HAM

( 'orn stalks and leaves are more nutritious figjit, and the play was stopped for ten I subsequently opened a stock-yard kept Trochee ate effectual. 25 cents a box. 1.4 OK. TrDrJtTH LIFE D lONG
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if cut green. Much U lost il the minutes. tavern and made a fortune in the steamboat _____u_ __ (51.151.IIhll' ..lla 10111'IntrvllKUoo" of Oobi.by 8oup.CaaaLaa Acajuul DAuf toot lor '

shocks are permitted to remain until latein A young lady at Bradford. Tenn., I business. Then he went into Will To .'anD..., Whippen end C...Cry Mer.cba ooaal 0IIIII0i. fi C9 A M ST T 11&i& LIlIMm.UI .

the street made immense fortune stock .l
year while on the way to the railroad depot '

If strawberry beds are protec ed this several times repulsed a dog that sought: speculations and wound up bv b vomiig THF.Mot MW by. Dial TORi evrry MAKknI fO"' DlRhl.i.vnRI for AVDJOl our du.Ur ESAIit {vet IMsTurML-IT Aal OK THE VOICE S. ..a.1I D..A...JI lIt'nc.I.L O (!H cla.) \ .\ FOE EVERY WOOD OF

kicked him a bankrupt. JI-A.- It ...D.'D.ID4.. of IBe M rkeUn.alc Ihrttvtra! ... and :31A,,. A>D BEAST
winter it is ofimportance that the material her company, Ao.. uwi>l. traatKa Of iii..tnk.UOD avuaBrtnlofict |*-
MArkfU NtuiH >r 'Mpomtble r-ommlMloa Pea '
I aggrieve i He was 4i hw eventeenthyear-tt used should not rover the soil whereupon the canine threw p r *cute K bi'itttlt a&d beull PnrM e.ch week
with seeds. him.-eif before train of and was same age at which Cornelius VanderbHt! Para iD'l i Dill Pr,-'''''. 0< tllr. D'rtMd MraU. tic I
Probably straw or even a cars LINIMENT
THEOlDEST.\ BEST
borrowed 100 of his mother, bought a etc u4br r.ewi tn 1 informationtfkrtliixttieproilwxm jn M Tb. Slot nambar ol b. II....... Eavoaa.
the leaves and small stalks of instantly killed.A rkfu sit iporb oltr loterp tiRK AM luinirtiii .
corn are -is seal 0:' <*>U lor one ODmbar. U* fur the )aal.Wouldn't
good as anything that be used. I boat and beganto ferry mart&men iron: rraUl K &eOil f...- sat. copy wkldk art fir mm hit or be .U ...tllfor... Uu 11>. price- EVEtt FADE IS AJO3ICA.
: ran ralroadprovid'S
rule of the Illinois Central I rind one "ilo.lir: too receive the paper evrrj week forn
Staten Island to the Battery. DaniflDrew I .... .... ... .. .,..
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To "milk that shall not ride in aI *- N > II. I. D Jo- No 218 !
a potato bill" dig down dogs LAROEH THAN EVER.
SALES
did not borrow his small capital, Fu too 1Itr,.1 Nr> t"rH1.y AJitmt taP 0 Bat ;3O3

where the earth is cracked open over a I passenger car; but a big and ferocious I be earned it by enlisting as a substitutein I OLIVES DITSOS 4 CO, B--ww.

potato hill and take out the large potato. bulldog walked into a car at Chiciuro, the State militia, which had been I The Mexican Mustang I.tnlmrnt bai.J

With a little experience you can appropriated a whole sent, and rode 3X ) .,. H. DIT9OS CO.. been known for more than thlrty.flvc
called into service. The regiment wu. EXOJUJ Ml Brettdwar, Hew 1_.... I H crap as the bet of all Mnlmenta, lotTilsa
unmolested. He had such
soon learn to find one or two large potatoes miles a I called to Fort Gansevoort on the Hudson an..1 tit'.... Ha sales lode) arrliarpr
in a !hill and leave the balance of meaning smile," was the l'Ondul'tor'sapoloy New r. *_ I. BL. DITftO.1 at CO. Ilun i rrr It cure wq uI ,
river York. MrfcMwX ixt bsi th 8 ,
opposite Abets t> cm tb t rnM urn** >*
hill for Isa C"NUI" etJ.s 4. 1'J&DAoMIphA" f.n, an tii. undisturbed to mMure.-I'raGtt- not ejecting him. MiaotMapoii* % MftOiUibft IVSt.: FM. A f M.W3.OOO.OOO Wly-re
three months after his enlistment hostilities
I .JIIt rouin, to the ?'. .. worst
cal Mow r. As an old gentleman was crossing the ceased between the United States ACRESRED I I. H eyery bere.I .

A farmer has experimented with Shenandoah river at the Howellsville I anti Great Britain and the regiment w* i

manure taken frum his barn-cellar undercover ford recently followed by a favorite j: mustered out. I' "aalr la ... r_ I

and exactly the same kind of shepherd doe he heard a great commotion "I want my substituU money.mother' I RIVER VALLEY OPTHE fcoRTH.O I

manure dropped just outside of the cellar 1- I behind him in the water, and turn- I said he, one morning after bis r.'tui- ..ko4 waM,l.. 5.d_ N I > !,->.yetI ..

and. ol course, ext to the iu.jr.iipd to tee the cause I Igjind that tog farm. I am eowigto buy rttlei, suakt.tverc'aret..tr..a.tar.. -

.... .\< ioifl bucxerized 1 Wi.? !..,by I Imiiter ** "
< by a sen them In New Yort.: t cv

just about u6le that from the latter. Oti, and carried under threetunes ]| Are you sure you'Vlfl hot io.-e money | D. A.aU.r.MeKINLAY BU d B w,'.Land... r Oonr/r... ad..y u < 1IU M FAR rMU1HGh tt.,

-f.oweU Courier. before he could release himself "
; by it' Mrs. Drew was as sagacious ,

Allow only three or four Lima bean from its ainiost fatal grasp.. { and cautious as the mother whom ( '
vines to a hill and when four or five J. S. irab'.e.. of this city baja female 1 modore Vanderbilt delighted to honor Id ...y d;. tM a .LcmoB." rpr.s** Ibf ... < '
feet aL 550555 t..i wt n The jKXjlllf 1 u.rU high pinch them off and never permit canine who i ii the mother of twelve pups. 1 fall bis life lung.I !i : ::: tats I',. tMdlfD-Vpitl warn .a,1 tUKftrlltrUw t

them to TOW longer than that: this! These pups were in his barn last night i I I am sort I shall make mom y |I F---ClfREDtIfEE- r\\1 u. I .*.t i nor 1873.JTOCTIC1T .

will cause the growth of the lateral during the heavy rain. Shortly after lIe did make money from the start, >ut m) Tan-ant' !Seltzer Aperientre.aiariy I

branches and double the number of pods one o'clock Mr. Grable was arousedfrom 'I but he had to work terribly hard for i ii tIO. r .5a, 4vrri pr ;M 1D$,> i u r til'Viin iirrtUoiM orui.:: win*r :tpropv rft' u 1

-1 1nlltr&' FnCIIJ. his sleep by a scratching at thee He was in the saddle day and : ti 10 tb. C&-k anI 1 hrliU. bt rf ltOC 4 NO lUilUlnhetitr I C

The effort ol nature U to produce th back door. Upon! getting up he found I purchasing cattle in Putnam and nigh 'a.B .J B'gT pre aOf ./-.". SlrHt. ,,:-..y .. -for. tbr .-L' aritec. Ui4B T....*''' Snla ."

vnu'.est possible quantity of seed. It i is the old dog with a pup in her mouth i ess counties and driving them to th| "* WAllfl b .MH"- ? I.i\ \11 I !!naLtliA

tli.. si '..!-produl'in,; which so exhaua's trying to get in. Alter taking them in 'i city after nightfall. He was an excel dn" :. HePARti .-I"ICIpi.ixiuL ".. .._. i I ttithiitrjtii
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II.. tree, so that by thinning the fruit he went to the stable and found about II'Dtjl1djte ol cattle and a shrewd huytc. ';

a.. n< t only save the tree from \buii-- six inches of rain water over the pups' I' When his competitors began to multj ,m ....ILl. :.u,.;.rrIMpgavED i!

I.' n (uml thus aid it to bear also next nest and one the pups drowned. The ply and to cut down his profit.-<- ecr : : a .

others had been the motherupon larged his field of operations by makini BUtTII 6REEa.a
S.0 )I. but we turn thejuicc* to good aci.ium deposited by ,

-/W.nICk. fnut Grower' HI1ori. dry places-one had been laid upona Ohio a base of supply. He needed ,'ap. 3 ....- ..J au e....i.r.. ..d .

i ., i _....t mistake to allow black- box two upon keg and still another ital and he hail no securities to oflVi foj _P- ..r. .. .,,.;.."'..,.'I'. .

I I- nit1-, .mil raspberries to tall upon a pile of bricks that was above the loans. He went to Henry Astor ohl I itaauSon... lil Irrj 4.l|

nd .grow up water. This is another illustration of Jacob Aster's brother the .'ultoaI I
i spindling and then in the fall
,next. spring have to cutoff one-half or tothirds something more than mere brute in- !i Market butcher who had recently ra I TEAS AHEAD

stin..t.1'nIonIakota} +*. !I tired from business. ''I'll t.ikitlit' I :
i \\ "- of the wood and eane to mate l"I.LTDETlllt
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.. We have loved In I risk. said the capitalist, after tin pial!
-t. k to bear fruit. Watch the now dogs. youth we
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had been unfolded. It seemed to lie I n..ryb. t'-i!* : *ii trr I" 1 (' >i UtJtfceoctuUcu
.'ninth. and when hail a noble! animal named Brutus. II s .. CITY BAIr'SdS.w .
it eels two or thrvet. d I I li : u c ii-. \K.OU i -
t t. .-I high (owing to stockiness of 11.1'tl..v was intelligent; affectionate and firm. foolhardy crack-brained Khenv. It I ..41arJ.I'""r'l 1 Ml'Hr.IHK.BS PAr"Newwrr.iMl
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took drive !If
nearly sixty days to taut re 1"nr 't jlllr '
,in.int-if be small two let and It was his habit to attend i company otschoolgir. I I' .
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i u if>.. three feet), nip off the tip I'n.lof .- in their evening walk, and from Ohio across the Allegheny: nioui- The treat Anuriiaii' Ira ('tlJlpaDJ, tf
talus to New York. Out of drove ol f
il.i new rowth with tb..fin2t'rsor with his demeanor on those occasions markedhis a 4 31 and :SI t roe) Mrrrl. icw YorkMOUER'S .

.1 knife or .beal'o.-\IIChJgaIiFilnllo'r. pride a, well as hi, courtesy anddignitv. 800 head 200 or 300 would frequently] 1* P ISc' 4155.; "

I l'nl..,, the mange are to be stored i in One evenfhg a gentleman met lost on fastnesses.the way in Cattle the forests how..v..r.'r and mountain e I .W V' COD-IIYER OIL

lii I ir or outhouses.we must provide the with admirable'... animated procession'Uto and advanced attention j{ exceedingly cheap in tlie Ohio rtLry! APONfF1E'
i I' u I'l.icle for them outside. Shallowi'i'ui.i pay RI
and Drew's
I profits were so largl' tlut lie ;
to with whom he intimately
a lady was
young
Li't'G
,t \ IK- dug in any dry place awl a tciiuamted. Brutus had hiye I was able in a few years to repay tl;e'r':
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till iiivtring or hoards placed overuntil ,' him and without borrowed money, and to extend ni- operations .I A I the Old tUIUble toMeatrated Lie
I :., '11 the weather liecoines silt upon displaying
'iny rudeness whatever quietly advancedhimscli. to Kentucky and Illinois. He la ;*Lrfm porK t ; I- lit> FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKINbChrietmae "
1 11.I
n mrnstalks srawrrd salt hi
or is said to have been the first tour t iu i tat u.t\J..1 6.Ib .. e ,
in t\ l I.. thrown over the hoard. A intercepted the young gentleman's drive cattle the ..&: Ut IV U i i. ,t I .- '. S.V n.. .. ... > .'.. 0 ". .
hand it forward over Allegheny mountains. I Jo.Jbj Ir- ,. bS |) I ultrliu 4. VTkla ,. '
.uiiiiL'of earth would li ht as was: gracefully!: put et ( o.N I "n ''I q..ltIS.
answer-
ii in- uicl thicker as winter advance;: and envelop d' it with his muu. CUlwa-a.mM takUke41 ltlbL I IT ;' "IL ..111'.,, 1t ;ilK' ?B b
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ll.ii-I : .i.Ul"r, from just as it was alxmt to clasp the hand of A newspaper correspondent wlm tin 1,11. .' ', ,, ".-. ; hl 1
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\ beating by thiii.iir ted him Boon after the bankrupt* .,- . I. air -
the lady. The teeth of Brutuswere } pt. sk t,4
I i protection will avoids!. yuun: )
't'I'dingswl're announced found hm .
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". gently pressed upon the hand but I PENSIONS I rill
A .M. .\ ii' )"orA'"" ceedingly communicative. "I had b-i 3A'6I1.Yllr A.'H'r
rwfal did\ not pierce or tear it. The young -nwonderfully ,
Pj..t. ientleman gradually withdrew the btntlwljell i blessed in money nrnkiii.-: I
( tin n lass a' lake or stream beeni1' I remarked. I got lo be a milii"ii-: ;jew La. n.-:1So1dler1udD.- 5 APONIFIEsang
tin faithfulaunt'1 had
I .-:. .!. .mil cannon I fired over the waterus genii ntirl'fore I know'd it, hardly. I ww.L9 I '....:VDl dale back to dJataarf or eaaA. ftaa kawfeaVadilrrai
lie struck with the wiln '
intercepted. was so llaiop
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.t dead\ boty to rise that .la Y always pretty lucky till lately and Ididn't ,1 t@ba
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conduct of Brutus that he became his UROBKB E. LIIIO: Ianaf '..
Sall (
I PenD yUauia g
\ nn short' \ could \Fa.ilaab D.
devoted' friectl.t1 and after hnnorTJ t.hinkT ever lose veryx 'O.Dra.U.f-L '(
.!. ever .. '" to f i'1 ll
.. "".\ III...; JiMt' L m ikines at high, 'ft n.al W M4..JJ.I.IJ |J .firheufiur great fortune iran.ft'rbnt! antt( f- I : ,'r"_
iad) he a.mired.-Rwhmolid! la.) Die tried .
.i I < -. Lea they could get the b;; ,- 1"11'h.i ( ,'very way I knew but got caught at I t ." ; I 11 11 t

.i i.- ,t their own doors almost. To t ., M ,U' II' .11 t i
ast. Besides that I liked the ,
\.i-- I FRAZER
AXLE
'n"11"'. o ,iu-t here. Not ten P.O. 4 '-h GREASE.
pat-esfr4 t The law ('emmnn stic Tillage. meat of making; money and eh in.; :i ,

':n"o: thepkntain. aunivei-i. ( hi huh bluff away. I have given a gix f. tort I :BOYS ;- ':..:. w i''ffe vw

UI!<'U of the tiller of the soil u-u- a overlooking the val- and la 1 of > .... ..... ;, .. That (5.Nit twwa.w .
f f Nodaway river in the money away am $: < itmuch it urisi "AllAS..1f
I 1-'fo'rd :is a mean wied. who-!, it iey town of r -. : IM' r..ti'- ; ;
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has been saved anjhuw \\ 0o 5550 tern GREASE.ezs .
oS
'it I-- .rive the devil! his due," :1, tiicj Corning;. Iowa stands a village composed istreet .:, r So: 1 for I" ,I it Iff I ..... rrlS... 4

i- '! iei ii- takeout ofthis plant what . t 11\\..'. RuMtonFt'JvI .
Ull'd iu the form of monl'Ylnd I couldn't 1.1:1up: th- liu-i, J a Cfler.ftcns
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tn a parallelogram, I: Yarca'ftc
s in !
when I have li 1 I A 9 A. Cc r' 't
I' in the eenter of which rises ness ought to none sn \ 1"S luny KTg dtp
i hoe ha rubbed a foot (and it oft' a large .. .
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n I what ., .-
Imildini:, roiitainingadininghallwhichis s..ry clearly ought to hat, p. ;a. .t/ ; f \

i nKh !!. poor clodhoppers) ,nit l also done. I ought: to have left the -it.- I ,. ..:'..1. f, ,, .. \ ...".. '
Midi| u.ft." an assembly n om andtor wa.d tar. w
> piantain leif: Itrttinn ,'i ilit f'". \\ no' \\ 1..1. .. 'AGE\TFfS r"a.
dralnric or ten years ago and paid! up 1\ hit ... ,, war fan 4'OaSOm '
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'!1. ;J', i. e :and tile leather. and tl representations. Tbl''ear. 11 \\ I .I !! I _' _DC' "unoI'
I the n numerous nut!)ing log cabins still toeniDf.iinj 1 0x 55. When I gave $100,000 to tins I ...:: ; .:, > .I ".: :.:
'hiKay plants , ,
> on a 'lot institution that I trt. :., .tt : iii 1 nnu+i) rr. ]II
:[ the village but ought to have ,paid I ,. : BUFFALO BILL "
tiiiii: "! wilted and lay them as ( they, too are i W4r,1A rs haul h4. "r ; hm nt unar
a the And I ought to have <- -tH lira rn ,.i- '- I .H
money. ;; in I' -
within e.i distant- of the dinin provided ; : ,
on a sore or an inflammation y ;- for children I I i ,v Marl I ,l. .. .N i > } ". UrislsUt -
Tli' i is envirreil! my hyli'ing: t 1'10 Iha f ammt SOMI Ouda, Butar aM Aclar-wrtea
room. village r'l-jti.i.
id! ivi' by -
't relief. Not far off i i- a I .
iii' enough to make 'em rich" for life Instead a -.I-II tt Il.dkt.ad aaatoat book to HU Utat FOR PALE BV ALL DEALtK' .
-' .V. .1 inuvtown with its shi.uv.ii.ip.tl .'oiumunily domain of more than 2.000 Auc.N1S WANTED FOR THE appeared luc ,.,.. A1UU alrMdj al wart arttliiajea. ant r4 hooded vr'- If '''FU- '"'' .'
of that I gale notes and Bemiatoiic .
7001; which my on.r -ai)4iacvt Umiorj.Un 'ar_
vres. are urn i-ullivation.
r 1 flowi-r. into .
wish thei ai 'Rural team toFBA.1K
E'IIt'n.i\'I'm.'adows. tine limber paid the interest on em. thinking I i i ICTORIALHISTORYoFiHBWORLD wry Chicago FRCER'tUBRiCATCR CO. ::ew Yerk.
,. lands.ivsilily P
ih
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i \ to bird! delights to poke could! better with the K. BUM RuUwroI, c....
10 principal i
iihoM-b i in IIK i. res of waving wheat and ni:>
t the .
in I II! nise :N I i'MT S shad.and s pour of tat iU "'W of rust 'ins corn eive .t ilnsh of p viii't self. Ol.leof the hardest things I've h:w j;i THIS It.wELASTIC THE SMITH! ORGAN CO O
bear has been the I
fact that I couldnl/ TRUEr
'"- .'11 tli.-lu. -tniin it mil u i 'i thr.ummrr. a-i".vt ..f tt: ? :.|L.Q'r II" : .7:1 ,. 14"1'! .
y the interest ..... ..
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\t .- l..r ruliixl! shoul.e! ; ,; o Mi.-h i- I l-in. w hit i hUforv i i. .-o tnnut. to pay on 10..1.-f ;- ..r>ir. cop4lo a. -.ae. "5'... 13.136 ...

i i 1'-0'' that no other waali'.i" : .t intuwoven with tile story ofI'ticnner.ilN't. gave to the the.-I lat>'liools and chuntir- I '1' r '. lEU IIlE :r :.::-t":::.. u.: Fuel E>ubllah.d I flair !Kworcaiful
During Mr
two Um '
or L
year .
,i- In- \\ ay of hcaiinir. Thesivi'- : atone time (1840-7) the considerable .. .. .". ". ,'. Titus '( } !; ... TBIIE INSTIl MU.T8 b... a SU- \>IM
of his ; !
spent part time irlth" mm ....
: iJ. r of S.i, [itlism! in Kuropr.: Rom i V "
Liiil MI'ii'in.
in and tl"'III': '''c u>eil :aI city. Mr. Drew 4 \." ilL ,11 r: ..-
for France, i* 17Sv ClwIIII&I..am..t was pei haps, tie .. ._
i lion I : tip- piles wiil gi\- 1. aarnauu a-r-.b, .iu.u] naval hi o dot liKikiug man in Wall street Hit'| 'a.L a u a l4at
11.' I- .injthingtluttouihehou! i 1 r"I.ultionMpolitian.iourn.I.: never lost their fire, but his fait "a Egglesion fruns Co. I dhTcago lit:)
yes j
I L.I//.1". ii :and nettle, both ahouini-: tat and li-orjcnl: ( writer before heidoptf Of the World

;I. tie!. hu&lundman. tlpiri. tin-! role! of the sorial thenrist.At was seamed and scraggy Son,,- of ll.f I j
veterans say that he used to drive down TerTwbaTtKjfnvlf, 11:,. riMST ,ik
Tiiktj
ilii of
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i ,i.e: The pi-riiMi Dopul.ir ferment I'alH't THE
> roots will make WEEET
:t his office M n : i j {i-u.jr t K.' SI
to in a one-horse ctiiuw. looking .
nulili-h[ d !iiVoy.ue en Irarif" .- > K "H Kn, 11& II
\l the -an'maeinary t OVER
: ? it +i. ,purify blood 'ml 80.000
putt for all the world j
like a country: niinister. ; i ii |I.>_ .110' .f.
tin journey to a land ofMen. .
i" t'lcgest nest of Uijis ever happy i He dressed plainly. if not"h.ib- ,, uses 10 Hamlin Cabinet Organs A -r .' :. {I'" 'V" 01 58 brat roI.mDl wilt. { ,..... sad I. ....
,' :._ .in .1 m.ui's hidy. The tea (Cnniniunisni lI was at once admitted I'U' .' :pa : avid*** saw Jataiurr 1e sew Drmm coutantu *Kol
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r..i.l l to the! II'ult'l"-hip of !'...iali-m bily. His wardrobe is valued in the! ;i I 3noL>Cat>.! I I.-: ."_-WIt. ., ''KS Al s itlwOR' ) aaa LowM FiiravSTOMOIISH
u.it 1,1"0&5..1 to t talc! but this bankruptcy schedule $IW. ;Itict I Inf !I I'S LII''i'T .0 tPlLt5i : lor bed lor .Camofw
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:!.. > cwith nearly all medicine. in Europi He tailed a journalFtrpul -/.. exi r It r.... '4' 'L"* .',.:.* .. h' OL FOR HALF A DOLLAR
of. the 'tierwhirllLadahasetirrulatiotit a great sealskin overcoat worth f ">0> |t nu liT; p...,. > ,..., ,...:". ..'.LD Ilaisme. .., ire oat St. m. alta Sl 8ostcL !
.1 .ti common privet are auii 1 His dry sedate manner seldom .i i OL.I.'O;:'" .. ..r ,. -ate !. ; ass
forore mouthsimply h His followers where nuniVred by t.nsof van.! .,..... IU': ,. .-"-"taI'me. :fast THt ?' ?L? T tiff

i : Hi, .rat is and ieuing them tliousinds.: not i:. France only! but Stock speculators were "the boys and |: ...ruc...-.. T. .' i'.t u'e IIY." .04 "' Urt.'iwrjsfVa-. -, =,
.
re..ton the man who came to him for i' tezi t'--- 'lI'h .1HUAX CO, N'THE? :.: art lv Heat'
'. in the mouth, and not half:* In (;.'rm 1ny. Switzerland. E gtinr.1! ,htl'rs"was pints >n i piek.L \f v t .. I- Heed fw uno: ( Dmm
some sonar I K.
-' i- i > h. w ot tob.-u'10. If this i is Spain and even South America. II 3 my '!>",-, "" *".. BWHniilji -"j

i i !the grounds, a piece of peachw call for ..'''nitto settle: in the Uniti d : HorthSlioreSil7erMiDest it ;

.! w ( often quite a r..li..fJJUNIlII M-itc<. :1"1'<'91.' a real Icaria, was r.- AmonKtlu.tourists who returned from ,I .1.&". ; l''''''".
0.
I.-. I. i/r sp...n.'t'1! I t j hy iliou>nrds and in Febn Europe this week are Dr. E B. Finite, ol f ate. i v ', A Eliitm.. Plio D 915:I. I

IM'. iiivin: ? 't''url'd.a rant of Idi1.. p I. -.. .cl 'rxwuei H uTVMV
unman 0... Apple Tr. .*.. 0..1_ ary. ;! the Hfilt/i XontMy. and Mr. Dana of i. H <
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IHO.ftm .v n in Texas thf vanguard of :,. R: ; : /
In* tae Borer. the Sun. Attaches of his estahlishuent I I e I '' S.-1'' "*"
the n. v. .uniiunity sailed for Neem II I I 1at&Pt-
.. t..p..adent.aye state that Dr. Foote has combined busij:j, .... ,. .... . .. .
: a= u, .. ...._ ..4 i -- --- -- ,
.rt'S
a
\. .1.: : I li.i-i1 r.t mars who tVink .'" .l ,r.r'\; pJ\t\'pJ un- ness and pleasure by attending tcp n ..r..f'
they Yr4a.
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tani malarial: j' : 1- T' p3. 1 d Pollen ,
,
,, trim I'IWI(' and lisliirg interests abroad his aaa ar. awn.olet.r .drmld. I "" .i E..h.L Unor ( E r.
tl.elrpnmingwithtne'thumhan/ n jlhe! j trNsinterrRfSa; Ylm :ro M'C' Ht.j7I.. ..a..bt.r. .P-S-. i i ... { f>rr"' a.ri>
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    ivmn.uni. with Cabrt at I..irI.a.i = -.. 1 : .-
    i Nut liy any means One might ; sttti'il I at \ IuIa which h.id I "Medi<'A Common f$1175 r'. n..jJ t... ..rtm.at Or 1. 'ea ...r, C., .. ffamlli to" Wi'' ... :oa a ]4 tTvDzt : other works being translated and .. ...100 ... .
    1..1Il ori liirii. it in trIlt'-utd at P. A .: j"'e 1.ti'. or. > .... .. .
    "'Mkh lust h.,-n T.I. and by Joseph Smith and !shed[ at Beriin: and elsewhere.Fork 1109'TaIk. Prop rtl..rr4.. rte'. -. n bU \ I i.u! hut then I I ...... .
    :. you have the duailhiing his !Mormon For a few years they prospered Local fail sSL.sits). j8t0.r *" r' fir.Tri.anaiKltf _> 5Ct:P MASONIC
    > .! tied to and Reporter. & art f-tf A Mrea 'l ISUtK rn lit Wailnuu. b .iY
    a tree
    nut published a new'spaper, issued p"rK"l.BT& (, il''I"\'I..81., .. T ; :
    I. !p' ;; .
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    - 1"I.! ... Ii way a bud will push ur < book, 10:1"thratt'r\ of their [ r E 'Et E 111 C tp ;x 'rrirr
    own. and I>VrHTI F.K br addrtaala CEO. P.
    .t'. : .1 ,t will!: another i iI 1 A ...... = :;::= =: .or tOr.
    cross wh.n ;i imreaM> rapidly in numbers that in The Fat Contributor &ys a foo: an ,KOWfcl.L. L CO. Nf" p.r Ad. ... :: :. : .. If. .....
    N-w i
    8r 1O Spru =I-m T rt :Irara ..
    Oxa.t
    . '> .1.: : 1 iTift-r a sharp knife and ;t'I' 111:5. tin oiony had a population of I his money, like the hair of a bald-headeu: .. -.0 r ..' wnpi i M f iDviaiBaa ran / ii I --------h -. -__ t.." l ... ..n. J' I ..rok.

    i't i-.. I prefer to let the young shout* : marl I.IWO. But dUsensious arose as man ii soon parted.nbdain I Ametst, Ne.-0.555. _-- :.' .. .- 'J

    - A d. -. .isun tutu( as an invariableu ; I ('abetw; old and his intellectual ,>T 500-05.55 YamDDlet. IS.e. 'fnlTSTR'I N- r..'? MaAs.y s..yt, .,j f c -oo'" stS ,tit
    JlIGRT1' !iirIi.cr5 iojr;
    HJ >.
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    !1"'l\lnr&Dd then I can aeily faculties d.-clined the ; ..... ?? --
    ; community was % ..d Avoiding F.T. aDd Aa... \ : pUt r.tins'
    :. 't 1,1. to ace and which to remove. plit into faction, and in IS5G its founder lit all chronic diMoaee, fever ri fut Kperh ... :: :--.T. :. .::5 tpJ KMt Adirral fc Ti .... afanuar J.MaT: 0qV PASTlllES1(55:51; !.s I sa ;

    I i at-, ut i iuu>when :! :: ;;:-.=.-:<, a w.ca r. -. uivil.TtroflD.li' KIDDER S .
    transplanting ih least r. x: a
    died. broken hearted in St. Louis. After fw conquerable by the or i aryrenurc ..... .. ; ,
    ..
    td I '1.. r grafts -- --- tref a n II... sin t rf, PoruSa I'... .' .. ',_
    .. them or seedlings and gent-r- I the removal Iowa. no longer a; othan1HT7 < ot medicine. There 19. however t ; : :- ;!:{3 t 07A- II, ." so '2-o-- .w n Wd tin 0-77 wrek. Lot IT "--aiCFieMa.. I'oall

    i grow as they will the first I faction again interposed and anembittered remedy which completely roots it oat ol mmtem .' t.-n. _SHAW. t 00..!._sr. Sd I eta; went rot Ad -.. ToniC, ABnaU.. KameV
    -. n i..rru the top the second year to in any aDd all of in various phue 10' "',' J-tma'1er.- ".
    contest war-the result the TEAS"n.. .
    U.tat! follow!: it up al ; I llu* cerebrated, anU-penodic: ia vegetable IEconspra'.ion I Comp&. : .p AmdFt.aLpe i D.UNGELL'S ASTHMA CATARRH REhEDY!
    frequent-! j village.! cow ha\ ins a population of It'Ssthat e5.e even. I11u jg &
    ( .
    .... .
    ui.l -_ .
    irrying a sharp knifeue M DOC only eOocteo but :: ''''' ... < .err... -. ,
    lOUnut of the thousands ....
    that hailed ..
    i n : .totIoG'.11II><-:;; I that
    .. t h.f the pertecUP. a thing cannot be predicatnd
    n. pruning this year early: Cabet's [ideal[ community with such 40BT WtLLS. 44 iwer Si .I' P O B.a1A4T.. jai wtua ana.S1wrsw ros.m.:= 5sAT.at Lt..;Ma
    i: '...' morning before with iruh ot qiunuie. Hoetencr' Stomach- .k .s by lie ae,. .ru .. .
    breakCtaL ; .
    I IIn
    TEAR
    an thusiafm.i i CVABA2ITCED.
    $9 5AD .IIO<-.J 1 >M'u a.
    .'.. tilt. afternoon between and I.'n-I B.tterMu4rt, a mat efficient> aandetcrr oil I Asrata w.rtt I rar M be>: >K .., l 1451.50' br ".. ...... 5r. '.
    tea .
    .u-k if\m i Tni'tna, u it endow tto'phvnijiie lfc i.. fo- \*.c'* Oar W a. ou art cow bJ.... ti r .Tir-s. Lt5_Y.wr. r'....,. ..Wr.,r ,MS ....,. C ... yis
    Nivrtheless. in an on.'hard o f fre ai SPa for .. fl ._ .n ad- ....r.Wa -.4si _
    1 t'iii tree. the work is immense and Hix. a man-of-all-work employed in i with an amount of cmin which B sr fT..IK." *. -.r NorttapKr tump ana la parflca, aMEN ,. .. .... .......... __O .......r..ii,...-a4._ ..

    tout AX) ) bearing tree! whit, h i!: the British House of Commons, quarreled |I enib... it to encounter nuuiutie infloeoreei -wage ". j without preiudice to health F.r ocj ..ooutII bl0 .. ..._ .
    .
    Jung 1 with his pt.a .t b'jnefri. $ t. _
    and in heat of
    family, a i ilion .. .. .
    '
    n pruning iy will have pa- I.1 .
    .
    ,
    to go over > rait or hung ia loraga oonntnei, or wooD btrETk ( .
    pot L ; .. .
    S ; .
    tint iltcr hay: inc. In hunting fur the exclaimed "I wish I was in my Uon of oar own where Intermittent or maul1 1 f AB VISa o? P3rWnd. Ia.5. -... Ia.It5rIr l .ru.C 'uI ''.-.'..is.IN.',. .
    ..
    1 _
    t "
    "
    three planks. the in- I :'roc .. ... S'Llllo .. io.a., t .... .
    I grim pleasantry < .
    app. iriY borer always: use tent levers should not ..oar are, tit S. .d I
    a sharp prevail omit to lay m 1 j S10 to S1000 I. ,..... ..try _lit .L' .Pra.r =: .t."
    u k knife and a piece of hix p kin wire ;; dilating his coffin. No sooner had hej I Iutt..red a ititncient opply of the great pievenbve 1t l ell aif"f ; tyB.oalt .-- -.d V lob 1w a ..a_t-. rSS. 7. e ..l...H:1 '

    \ er (:01. to destroy them. It is the j i these words than he fell to 'he j| both to arm each d1-.. sad disorders .
    .T v aft and effectual whatever door corpse from heart disease. About tie itomach. bowel and lifer common 10'' PAT.riOotfla. : w-i. t p r terr "cI-. area..roe.d..
    way. I
    lI I! 616 el r > 'apt < -HOcta. pya. (Te $I,00 per Pat
    - .i! to the contrary. The more closely the same time at Iri-h gentleman fell I rich locahb._ -< M 5>s caa Iii ->0 r, OM &""", Yea .t.." no.

    I i uw them the less they increase each |I dead in a Dublin courtroom in the act The Muoo A """''" of 4 Ftc illaalili T e..0fv ... _._, 5.'ilL.
    kissing the "onlll.6Oe- s. r.0
    , ii Where the trees wpre&wn.'d Gospel: while making I prodjcing superb matratnenu at very .o s II.....' RiuPn Co I Jw E.J*'..M..".1 roe _*v e.daoi 5..rr W Hw.fn.fiy _L.r Dar.- r ..,5.:. .. .t .. '.
    . oath to an af5dacit.t act much more than once* fe HwhrraJ AaMeaA*{Ha* U.TM 1.W J' '. I.- .
    a the
    *M I,1. norkof ;xamination price pooraei Skill >> .;;;;.. Tin .
    . or ana Hlirheet: hooon at wurij ,. OPIUMHablt.A' :.....: Pr Du -", uia; t) Jana = : :oar. : : '
    : (
    \ Lun' .ijtht thi- >ear arid I did! no every s rhihitioo a A f a sL hp.a 1-. n ..bw "- I .r-d) C-
    We ether inclined: lor &.: :_ t Ya:at t auc,. Yet 1.--- a5.1t .. ..
    1.. it han two out of 100 fret ,r- arc to the opinion many yean < 0 a.tnes UV...., .. .... I. > "" > at a;; .. s '. .as._ a. a.ai. I _D, .-.. '
    "
    that bssi '.ali: : award at Ue Jut tad gnttet- Par..II .. : .. .
    a .
    isn'thalf l
    : > the borer This great st p'-ayer as much I' 1<.... a.... Letoo ou.Ji 11 \ .
    p .btuOet,
    tell the ol their -' t 353y ad..w I : _.. ;:; ._ .
    inrrest- as bald. ; "
    !> rntireN; entdiiated in tVw a !I- i ',.0.1 m ,-OtiiK .i A-pt.' vnm I Crooked boots and aboea can be mae>tni"; ii .:.'S:.. :o W.Pm: t a.L Y.:eta .1.r.u- ,.n too-...., L.C.J -,0- -* *- _
    \ i 't pain, > > .lDl!. if lot ,'1'1' -
    .. with Fitcsl! Ii... f. :tRie.r-' ;. .
    I i un. Does Ljoo'e -fC .
    J5i771 : :
    : ( CllCiaal ..
    w' .
    ou i. > take ho..i! I till acct /4.t "r..lr-.t.- is .J.' '
    4
    Aw -.L- Ill'n.; n. .'.-' I. wto" vr... Den ,Old by aboe aDd hardware! "" :. I i .: .,..: -. : .ritr.r. a------ a,. 1...
    e n. t'arnCaL' bwl. ... :
    ) YEAIt. < '3-a :
    I metpiatea .11igug "no. \'' .fckKK'l Beet 3.eet Rag lobaoM I SS.tCiffA .. hua s l aa4A, si.1r.1.,r. ,I Aa Ordrpe P. LAM. oil anti it'As.r 1..o V.co).h..