Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 3, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04852
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Recreation Trading Center and' BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ", '

for Camp Blanding :::72i: ;: :

.... Official County Publication -:- Established 1877

;Flounty- '

Politics Given New I NCCS Announces Bradford Farmers 'Two Guest SpeakersAt
Impetus Dance ScheduleE. Rotary Club Red Cross Drive Off To Good Start;

Officials Bid For ReelectionWith C. Marotta, Director of the Get Awards N D. Wainwright, Jr., unop-
s USO-NCCS yesterday announced : pOlled candidate for representa More Than $1,300 Raised First Day

the dance schedule for the monthof tive'to the State Legislature and

March. Each week a partIcular It': Foster, assistant. field director
the "old -
four of guard"adford ---
( County courthouse of.l Regiment or Battalion is For ProductionMerit of the American Red Cross, I The hand that has extended f'

flals -announcing; for re-election Scouts AdvanceAt Invited. although this does not ,I were guest. speakers at the Rotary $100 ContributorsSwell help to thousand of Service men
In two wars and to hundreds.
preclude any member of the arm- Club Wednesday. I
e week the 1944 political cam- District Meeting ed forces from attending whether awards given by the I Mr. Walnwrlght staled that he Fund thousands of civilians In time of

gn here could be considered Here Last FridayA of not attached, to the Invited : Florida State Department of Agriculture was greatly appreciative of being I On First Day disaster will be extended to all i
riclally opened. group. I for superior effort and unopposed for the legislative of Starke and Bradford Countythis
[Those! announcing their desire successful outstanding results in the fleli week This time it will be '
meeting the Each week also( definite girl position and promised to Bradford County' 1944 KetlCruNH
succeed themselves were Countyge New River District Boy( Scoutsof of farming were presented by extended In a plea for funds, {
groups are asked to sponsor the serve the county to the best )f War Fund lrl\r got off
E. K. Ferryman County America, was held in the dance and participate in the decorations A. J. Thomas to winners at :imeeting his ability as his father and to a flying start yesterday It la the hand of the AmericanRed

"c Ass e IS o r E., W. Hayes Methodist Recreation Building serving and preparing In tbe Courthouse Saturday grandfather had done before him when IS contribution* of H100 Cross

unty Tax:' Collector C. A. ,here last Friday night.At refreshments and arranging the k I In this capacity. tIwhf're rvwwUed by Chairman Beginning Wednesday and continuing -
light and Clerk of the Circuit an Impressive Court of Honor program. Those present to receive the I Mr. Foster gave an enlightening Nat Hmtibrrff In the first through the month contributions '

tort A. J. Thomas. Sheriff A. held preceeding the business The March Dances are as fol. certificates of merit were Sidney discussion' of a few of the few liour of Hollrltatlon. totaling $20OOOOOOO
Andreu announced his candi- meeting a. large number of lows: GrlfflsAdam, T. Green Levy many phases of work curried on Those, "digging deep" and will be sought throughout the
cy re-jelectlon last week Scouts from Starke Raiford Lake Green Bennett W. Gerald Wn- by the Red Cross organization. I donating $100 cash to get the United States.Of .

Dr. W. E" Middleton, Superln- Butler and< Macclenny came up I Thursday.and Girls March from 9 Palatkj., 258 Battalion lIam T. Brannon and Willy Giec-n. wIJh particular attention to the drive off to a goal start were: this figure, the Bradford
of Public Instruction, Is Twenty-five similar awards were, at K.': K. County
dent for advancement. program Blandlng. Helpingthe 1'erryman chapter has been sake.I
only courthouse official not Those advanced In Troop 70. I Tuesday, March 14, 63 Regiment malted to Winners' absent from men at camp solve their prob- Nat SternbergLouis to contribute $19,300, an Increase

king continuance in office. Hni Starke were: Edward T Shull. and Girls from Jacksonville. the gathering.' lems back home Is one of the Shafkln of more than 260 per cent over
d| previously announced his re- 1st Class; Gerald Boelter and (St. Pat ricks Dance). William V, Chester farm F. R. greatest services the Red Cross Erie Hyde last year's goal.

ement from office at the end Billy Smith Star; and Joe Mon- I Tuesday March 21, 70 RegU A. Supervisor presided at the performs, the speaker stated. "\ Junta M. Smith Under the chairmanship of Nat
the present term and the place teith for Merit Badge. ment and WACS from Camp I IBlanding. meeting Introducing as the principal man who Is worried about home ,Southern Bell Telephone Co. Sternberg, a o o rea of AmericanRed

being sought by four candl- District officials expressed them I speaker of the afternoon affairs will not make a good sol Dr. M. B. Her long Cross representative In and

tel; Geo. B. Flynn. Melvin B. selves as well-pleased over the Thursday March 30 70 Re-g.1! County Agent L. T. Dyer who dier," Mr. Foster stated "there Koch's Drug Store near Starke are prepared to y
tch. Arthur McRae and S. 10.arks. large number of advancements, ment and Southern Bell 1 1 and gave an Instr u c t lye talk 0,1 fore, too much emphasis cannotbe W. L. Wall canvass the city and county for

and urged the boys to keep up Gainesville Girls. 1 methods of IncreatdnjCythe yield placed on this phase of the L. A. Davis the funds to meet their quota.
Of the other courthouse of tic 1- the good work.Reddish The music rhythms are by I of the soil by imprWing it with- Red Cross work" Florida Theatre A group of Key workers Including "

i. only two so far have Oppo l- Harry Zohn and his popular Jlv out Increasing expenditures for He expressed hope that Bradford J. M Alvarez Judge E K. Perryman.

n. W. H. Edwards baa an- AnnouncesFor Jives Orchestra. labor. ) County would meet its quotaIn Chairman Sternberg stated Lou Shafkln Bile Hyde Junlua
unced that he will seek the of- Continuing his discussion of the current Red Cross! drive that he I.! confident there are Smith and W p Smith met with

e of County Judge and M. B. ReelectionCounty soil conservation. Dyer pointed many other. who will want to Mr. Sternberg Tuesday evening
hna Is bidding for the office Murderess NotRemembered out that $20.000 had been paid be> added to the. lint of $100 In the office of Joe E. Wilson to ','I
Sheriff.J. Commissioner P. D. i by the State Department to Bond Drive Goal contributor *, and that their formulate plans for the drive In "

R. Kelly, appointed by Oov- Reddish who has served on the j I Bradford County farmers In the misuse will be announced next"" the business section which la to '

or Holland to fill the unexpired Board for several years as member HereMrs. conservation this year. week be piloted by Mr. Wilson, surely i
m of James Hollingsworth as from District One (Lawtey), Miss pram associate Short $31,000In Title "n.-t egg" of 1,300'" i.ii i.< one of Starke'* most competent I'

mty supervlxor of reglntration, this week announced his candidacy Farm F. S. con- good start toward Bradford and public spirited leaders

ounced this week that he for reelection.In Alice: Carney 36, wh > tinued the program _with an Interesting County $15,800 quota, but It Mrs- Junius Smith, chairman of
uld be a candidate for a full making his announcement stated that she was at one time talk on native products spite of yeoman effort on will take l plenty of hare work the drive for funds in Starke residential -
Mi. Reddish Issued the following resident of Starke coafenaed to of .the soil and how lhej jjr may bo the part of volunteer woikei.i, before 1 the goal I I..* reached districts, reported a gratifying f

statement, : Ia I|I police In Newark, N. J.. last week |I employed to Improve the" nutritional Bradford County fell $31.000Ilhorl Chairman SlernlM-rg stand response from women of "
m.oy "For several years past I have ,|' that she pushed her husband out i content of diets In Brad- of Its $274.000 Fourth War Loan the community to her call for
Scout Fund had the honor and privilege of .of a third floor window of theirapartment 'ford County homes She also quota. State Theme volunteer to help canvas! the
serving the citizens of District causing his death. offered her, services to every Jon. K. Wilson, chairman of the ctiy.
I One as their Commissioner. Dur- i I woman Interested In food preservation drive, repotted that War Hand Stress At Event More than CO attended a meetIng *

otals ing these trying years I have per- I Records show that the Carneyawere I of any soil and asked for sale' for January and FebruaryIn For Amy Wives Tuesday afternoon at which
$660 formed the duties of the officeto married here In 1942! and according i Invitations Into the farm kitchens Bradford totaled $243,000 cash. limo crews were organized, and
the best of to her confession she wa In this effort. value captains dell Ignited/ to solicit
very my ability I I lof nil Interested I II Mrs R. E. Kilgour presided at'
011. E. Wilson, who has been and if I am again honored >u [, employed In a local. restaurant. I A brief talk by Mrs II. C. I I "Although we failed to reach I the sppclal Army Wives' luncheonon funds in section of the city at
May your vote of confidence but no one here seems to remem'ber Ritch, president of the Woman's the goal, we feel that Itrailfor'l, follows: Mrs W. B. Mundy,
funJu for the Feb. 21 attended farmer
(idling annual them and it Is believed thatI by
be assured that Northwest Starke Mrs. Bertha.
you may I Club and the reading, of a con- County made a creditable xhow- ;
Scout financial campaign. I will at all times conduct the I they must"' have been among the tula tory wire frol'lConltl'I'II"- I I ing In the face of a very heavy iruldentt" of 23 stales. aa well another Pearce Southwest Starke; Mrs.
gin I
ounces that a total of $660 affairs of the office in a courteous '( "drifters" who came here following I man Lex Green completed the quota" Mr Wilson stated.! .'Theamount parts of the world. i 10. Li. Haynes, Southeast' Starka

ieiois""contributions been/ raised to date of by local the ,' efficient and impartial man' ,the, Camp Blanding boom"; ., afternoon's; nctrvity.I 1 1i of bonds sold exceededby Tables were.set by states; and I and >Mrs. E M. Davla Northwest e
: ner, rendering such courtesies ,I Mrs. Catney told police that I J40,000 the total sold In the each liuly present was tagged Stark,
IKTSOi/ens Starke's quota was set and favors as is consistent", with she kicked her husband nut of i GRAHAM Third War Loan Drive" with a label cut to lire geographic" I Assistant Field DI'ectol''hlto,

good government. j jHMng |! the window during a drinking I Issuing agents' repotted the following share of the male from which sitecame ..ot Clamp Bin tiding addrt-nxod the
II'i M B. Herlono, chairman | By Mrs. Kin Mr Irk land 'I
; a lifelong resident of ,i, bout, after he had announced that I sales: Florida !lank 04Slaike The centerpiece ronKlst.,1 g\\ oup.
the New River District, Boy District One, and having had val he was leaving her. He died en- i I Cpl. J L. Morgan left Wednesday $1."S1 I.649,49; StRike post I'lof an arrangement of tllcfllmll. Continuing the work of or-
uts of America was the laigrontrlbutor uable experience as your Commissioner I irdute I to the hospital wlthoui for Camp Stewart Ga. office, $71,587.50; Florida Theatre of the state flags icunlzntlon for the War Fond

1. giving $100 to the I feel that my record''gaining consclouKness.r I Rev W. C. Ilurton of Damancim $5.57500! : ; Luwley pout office: Mm. Anna Thompson wits. first [ Drive In outlying communities,

I his for adminl traetpenses justifies In asking that you give i'r The incident which had been ': Ga.. filled his regular appointments 2872.75; Bradford Country Teld-, 10 finish with all ciurcct In oi l, Hev. A. K.) Llghlfoot( gave talks
money goes Gi'fihum
favorable .consideration to my listed on Newark police records, hero Sunday. graph $1D87.BO\ ; Hampton postoffice In on Monday In Hell-
t' : and for salaries of "Name the Slates" which I
( ,
I' game bronn Tuesday. afternoon and, In
candidacy at this time. 116250. Not Included In
months an
five as
the past '
Mr and Mm. Starling
Id woikei'8 ,who I '
are an Import.
followed with the of
those totals la the $5,000 wax Hinging | Lawtey Tuesday evening.
accident was changed to a charge purchased -
t : Mis. Florence Johnson and daughter
facto, in
tl.e successful
op- I by Southern Bell the songs, of several stiitfH Thr Mrs Eugene Long/ presided at
tion of Resigns Police Job I of murder. The woman toM how and Mrs. Ida Jones and Telephone ,
a troop. I she had been, conscious stricken I daughters were business visitor Co., and credited to this county. newly 1 i KUnl/.od i drama group gathering of key workers lu
under this Jliectlon of 1\IrK. W, It.i Brooker on Tuesday
Fred Sapp who has been a for months and finally decided< to to Gainesville Saturday night.
og Vaccinating member of the nlgfit police force i[give herself up.Lovett's Lenten Services i Craig presented) a one-net play, It I Is perhaps unfortunate that
Mr. and Mr*. Bill Hines and'
I the drive should at time
I come a
for the past three years resigned I "All On a Summer's Day" Those:
The office of County Agent L. his position, effective "'ed-I children, of Orlando were visiting At St. Mark'sThe taking( part were Mrs G. A. when most people are worryingover ,

Dyer was advised this week, and will devote his Celebates relatives here over the week-end. lioyj, stage manager, Mrs. C. W. the payment of Income
Dr. J. v. Knapp state vet- to farming on "the old Uglow" 25th AnniversaryWith Mr. and Mrs.. C B. Roberta Doctrine of the Atonementwill Smith Mrs D. H. Bolder, Mrs taxes and their numerous first-
naiian, that the state approprl- place which belongs to his i were visiting his mother Mrs. be the subject of the third G. J... ClIne and Mrs Eugene 'of-the-month bills, but at Red
on for cholera and Sale EventA Roberta, of Lake Butler Sunday. Lenten add in official
hog serum brother Wm. Sapp. tens St. Maik'a Hamm. The denotations and program I Crow stated yesterday l ,
'us Is exhausted and that the Mr. and Mrs!' J. B. ,Stricklandand Episcopal Church by the Rev for the luncheon were arranged when the family of a service man I
urn and virus will be sold to( CARD OF THANKS nine day super sales event little son returned home Sat James Stirling. chaplain at Tin by Mrs I). M. Mathews needs assistance, the Red Cross
stock owners at cost price. will celebrate the 25th Anniversary urday.\ Incainatlon| student chjuprl in newly elected me m her of the could never ,refuse with the state- j
This meant that the averaget I wish to thank my friends: for of the food/ stores and all Mr. and Mrs. A, Davis and children Gainesville. The addrennpit are Army Wives' Council. mint that "the funds to help you

of vaccination per* hog ,will the flowers the sympathy and of 80 super markets operated by of the Slate Farm and Mrs being delivered each Wednesday The first training course for and your family will not be available
about SOc to 60c each, the many kindnesses shown to me a: the Wlnn & Lovett Grocery Co.. Clifford Rho<.len of Waldo vltdtedMi night at 8 o'clock.A until after such and uch a
the new hostess service group, on
ce varying with the size of theg. the time of my wife's sudden located in more than 50 Florida ,*, and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandover service for children on TueK- 25 12 date."
Feb. was completed by
Mr. Dyer stated. dell I .-E. Simpson. I and South Georgia cities, will the week-end. day afternoons at 3 o'clock and volunteers, with Mrs. Harlan Me- "Nor could our boys lying Injured
participate in the event. Mrs Ll/Jiie Dryden and Mr celebration of Holy Communionon on the batttefronts In the
QulHton in chalunnn. The trainees
The was and Mrs. PI'I'I'Y New some of various. war theatres to
present company Thursday mornings make up expect
were, Instructed by Mrs Kathleen
I NEWS ITEMS FROM HAMPTON 'founded 23 years ago by W, R. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs., Harvey the Lenten devotions of the par Barrows, another urmy wife, who bot without sufficient dressings
i Lovett with progress as the keynote Starling Sunday. ish. Sunday, March 9, being first was formerly u professorial. USO for their wounds or without life-
and from a small beginningthe I Mr end Mrs Lonnie Mellon I II Sunday in the month, Holy Communion giving blood plasma because, the
Mra. Will Kammerer and Miss Alvin Wynn, S 1-c U. S. Coas worker and Mrs. Walter Bute-
company has grown to one and children of Waldo attended will be celebrated at 11 money necessary for these neceaNltldH -'
na Ayers of Philadelphia Pa., I Guard of St. Augustine, was at J man staff aSHlxtant. lit the club,
of the largest and best operatedfood I Church here Sunday. o'clock. would not be forthcoming
Ived Thursday of last week for home Tuesday of last week. who spoke on the background and .
chains In the South. ----- --- for a few weeks", Joe h.. Wilson,
visit with Mr. and Mrs 'C. L. Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon of A. D. Davis now 1* presidentof history of USO, as well as the key worker In the 1914 drive for l

y and and family and MrA. M. C. I l Oakland Park are enjoying a the organization and directs NEWS ITEMS FROM CLAY HILL chanicteilitlcn/good hoatttSH.' and The duties puipoiie of the of funds, explained. I
family. visit here.
the activities of the 80 food of hIKte-IIK. In the same way that the Red
Ihla ,
Ur. and Mia. Gordan Weest and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Holly and stores and his aim is to make group Cross puts the welfare of the
A NEW HOMK: Mr. Hunter of says !\tn. McQulston, U to help
Uhters of' Miami are visiting sons "Jenks" and Bob, visited them the finest of any In the Camp 1. world first, ao must every citizenof
'. I r Lee Moore and wife boughtthe had a telegram from Georgia' other. army wives to g"!t acquaint
and Mrs. ,
Brown and
T. F. relatives In Jacksonville Sunday; country. the United States put the Red
old Long place of Uncle LI a ha Saturday evening ..tatinhi.'! rtl end to enlist them In those!
nlly.Miss, Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugb of Jack The big sale which celebratesthe Crods first when It comes to dinging
Long and are, building a new father In critically III. He anl plan of the program which! will
Marian Johns was guest\! sonville visited her parents! Mr. 25 years of economical food interest .' deep down Into pocket, regardless -
I home. It Is lined inside with Mrs. Hunter left Immediately for and be of "" to them
Miss Ida Mae Johnson of Key- and Mrs.\, L. D. EllanJ, during distribution rendered by the com- plastic board and ha. at least Georgia. The devotional study group, held of the amount they hold.
ne Heights during the week- week-end.. pany, features many outstanding
five six PadgettIs I Its first meeting 02 Tuesday with
or : rooms Hardy L. C
Johns Clifton
Cutter and
I Friends to see Mr. and nationally known
regretted bargains Benefit MovieUnder
I doing "carpenter work. It Ben Mr*. H. F. Vallery presiding
Padgett went to Starke
Mrs Curtis and Mrs. Norwoodand family products. \ I Hatfitrd.iy
Dees and
will Improve the look of our Other. meetings will follow also
arIes Billy and C. M., of Planty move to Waldo last week, but It Official of the*"compAny ant: community. Everyone Is glad for night to the show on Tuesdays at 10 A. M. The the direction of Mrs. V.

spent Thurdaay with rela- is with wishes that they enjoy store employees join in extending them to have a nice home. They Richard Lang works on the rail group In of an lnler-religious nature L. Sturglll chairman of the finance
es here. C. M. Is In the U. S.: their new home. They were very the public an Invitation to buy have lived several years at the road near Maxvllle for a year or the meeting Inking the loam committee the W. a. O. of
vy ItatIoned In Illinois and Is active In church work. Mr. Nor- well known brands at birthdayprices. end of the sand road where the more he worked in the.ahlp yardat of a discussion of the topic the U. S. O. on Temple wind Washington

oylng a IS day leave at home. wood serving as Sec'ty and Treas.of Further details are con- sign "Clay Hill School", Jacksonville. I brought out In the devotional will have charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Poole the Methodist Sunday School. tained in advertising appearing In says Little Buddy Par Huh In vUltlng I period which opens the sesiilon. eels of ticket for a benefit picture -
d son Merlin Mrs.. Helen Ester- Mrs. Helen Esterline left Mon this issue Mr, and Mrs. Fred Lang spent his grand parents, .Mr. and Mrs show at the Ritz Theatre on
Mrs. W. K. Middleton and MUs
<* and :Miss! Barbara Home day for Kunkle. Ohio after spend- Lovett' store in Starke was Saturday and Sunday with their Fred Lang. Madge Mlddleton assisted Miss. Tuesday and Wednesday March'
nt Saturday In St. Augustine ing some time here while her I opened In October and has sine : daughter, Mrs. Wlnton Parrlah There was church at Harvey Sara Reed, director In serving 7 and 8. The feature will oWhlatling \!
tfr. and :Mrs. Andy Wall visited husband was stationed at Camp then made thousands of friend and family Padgett's last Thursday night and undwlchea at the In Brooklyn", tarring
atlves at Webster during the Blanding. among the buying public la this I Aunt Llllio Wilkinson, who Rev. Lester Tigers delivering the punch Red Skelton.(
Barn Dance on hut( Saturdayevening.
ek-end. Mr. and 1\rrl. Frank William trade 'area.Sgt. has lived and taught In tile state sermon. Mr. Nash spent the

'thosehopping In Gainesville announce the birth of a daughter for many years the mother of night with the family and attended Many came of those aa they attending had New Welfare Hours l

iday were Mr. O. P. Wadarth born Sunday. Feb. 27 at the WUllam N., (Bill) Long, three grown daughter, celebrate.1 the service. been Invited to, In appropriate
Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth. Alachua County Hospital in who has spent a furlough herewith her 70th birthday last, week. Aunt Kate Nolan I I. very IIIat costumes, dan clng several sets New office hours of the State
s. George Williams, Mrs. H. Gainesville. his mother Mr*. F. H. Long; She received many present Aunt this time. with Mix Reed calling. Welfare Board, District 5, In tea
'of Jacksonvilleand and his sister Mrs. B. S. CarrollIn and Is without Bunk seriously ill
Wiggins. Mrs. J. W. Horne, Holand Payne Lillle live alone PadgettI Bradford County courthouse, Mra.
e. Margie Rogers, Mrs. Chal- Mrs. Inea Davia of Fort Jacksonville left Tuesday doubt tbe happiest elderly J'lt'r-I and has been for aime time. Gym classes will be resumed Dee W. Wilson visitor, have been t..
ra Poole and Mrs. Helen E terrs. Lauderdale< were week-end guest morning for Camp Leonard. Wood.Ko. son la all tile state. The Harvey Padgett George Scullery on Monday at 10:30 and will beheld announced aa follow: 2nd and
Gene Birt. .U she 1 Christian. Irvin Padgett antI liln on Wednesday and Fridayat i
" of Mr. and Mrs. a good I 4th Thl1r days, 9 a. m. to 12
saw, .' Prieater- of Lake But- Mr and Mrs. Sid Simmons of Mix Corpenlng. a atudent of daughter, Minnie went to Georgia that same time. noon.
Pent Thursday of last week Petersburg, Va.. visited friends Mr. and Mrs.' George C. White the Woman' College Tallahassee, Saturday to lee T, M. Carter, an Thou who wish to attend next I
'e with Mrs. Gerald Adkins. Monday evening enroute to Oak- and daughter. ML3Is Frances pent a few days vacation with aged minister Thoraday'a luncheon are invitedto :! Mr. Tlllman Hutto and small
Emory Brown. John I Hall. land Park. White of Tallahassee, aDd Mrs. her grandparents Mr and Mrs. Two new pupil started to ( sign up before Tuesday 6 p. m., eon. Frankie, have returned t3 ,I 1
lOll Meyers. Thoma *Wadn- Church service will be held at F E. Bradley -of Farmutgton, T. A. Brlnaon at Hugh. She returned school at Clay Hill Monday Theyare at the Information deck In the Jacksonville after '
rib, and Eugene Hall enjoyed the Methodist Church morningand flch.. were weekend guests of Saturday with her uncle, the daughter of J. R. McClenaghan USO operated by the YWCA on }! !
lilting trip the weekat evening Sunday. Everyone Mr J. W. WhIte, Mrs. O. W Aubrey Briniest a. he was on of Jacksonville. Welcome 201 North. Walnut Street, across Hutto.'f
Lake Geneva.during welcome. Alderman and Mrs. L. A Caaova. e a buaine trip to TallahasNee. girl, welcome. j from the poatofflce. (




same price Tbe season should. bite Nasturt.ums and yeUo land|( Miss: Caroline Bradley spent and ....ter. Chaplain and Mrs L. Doris Moncrief' '=
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH with continued weather of thee Jessamine decorate d the :
( i ?-m i Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Gei- A. Shepherd.' Mrs. Annie
!o f R..,, .
<>rt we are nevus having', open Joyce received cuny Little gift-' aid Cox in DeLand. Saturday 1
Mini Madge Brownie of Stark
f.t..hl" 1877F. March 3. from her I was quite III last
little friend they visited !rr. and. Mrs. Vance we"K I,
was the week-end !guest. of Miss improved
i IF 'n 1. Matth,n,* ___ ._.__ Editor ami'n'IUP'TIOS Mr. and ].I". Edwin Starling i|I DICHEK.V-DOBSO.V Geiger in Jacksonville
I .
Mr. J. B. Segree of Palatka "
| and friend! Jacksonville were I MLss' Gladys Dobton and M. P. '---
$ RATE I was a IPUIIII! of her sister, MrsJ. \.
Lawtey visitors Monday. Ed and Theodore Duchern of Chicago. 111.
$1.73 Sh Month. $I.Ort I L. Williams Saturday and
Trarljr. ; tae boys spent moot of the dayat I and Camp BlandiDcwere quietlymarried Sunday. ,

New River fishing and caught i. Sunday, Feo. 19. la Jack
PublUhrd Meekly ua t.""...).* sad Entered a. Jvon i CLM Stoner Pharmacists Mate Nelle B. Muldrow
tome odd specie! of fish son/111 Mrs. Duchern will reside '
at the Pmt Office at Srarke. F1ori.... of Gnat Lakes, 111., Train-
Visitors Sunday at the residence here with f her parents and t
( I lag .!!t:1tlon: Is visiting. her parrats. ,
',' of Mrs. T. L Casque Included Mr. continue work. at Blandlng. while Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. r

!1. Secduv of the Urge amount of spaceb
.,; the Inauguration of our nw d"partmnlt.11at To Find: In i i rifle Mrs. James Young' Baldwin to Miami Beach for service. children and Miss! Luella Davis

'j SUrk. And Where To Find It", tt tL Is neceiwary to omit the editorial '| Mr. and Mrs L. C. Casque I II' i Mr. and Mr*. W. ),t. Relaaa of spent Sunday at Lulu with Mr*. .

usually found la thui column I' and children of Olustee. Mr. an1Mm : S I Apopka and their son statlone-l Williams' father Mr. W. G. Lee. '
VV R. Gasque of Jacksonville I t
I at Shreveport. La., but noW'c, Pvt. David Skolnlk left Monday -
and C H. Harrison of I'' home on furlough were week-end for Ft. Sill, Okla., Mrs Skol- '
AT Worthington Springs. guests' of Mr. and Mrs. M. EXGriner. nlk will remain with her parents I

LOOKING nTEY Mrs. M. J. Myrick. mother of Mr. and Mrs., B. Hershfleld. for

: I J. P. Myrick:, left Monday for the duration.
R. & E. A. Bradsbaw has been accepted
Tallahaj ee to spend several day R. P. McLendon and L. A. Wiggins .
in the
: Navy
I with her granddaughter, Mrs. C. have received their calls far
/ and left last week for training
lii/L L. Carter. Mrs. Carter Is the former -
.I physical examination and reported
III IK tax and I at the Jacksonville Naval Training
: : 1 PASSING Tin Ing paying it promptly;, Miss Hilda Wyrick.' t tMra Base. to Blandlng Wednesday.Mr. ,

The promiseJ relief from the where possible but we do not tee J. P. Wyrtck spent last I Ir Mrs. J. L. Robinson has sold and Mrs. Palmer Mlnnus,

i 14L labyrinthlan. Income tax form used the Justice of, or the reason why. I[week with her daughter. Mrs. her home at Seville and together of Chattanooga. Tenn.. were week

I'" by the taxpayer Is encouraging* |i ito the employer should be appointed 'i, Carter, In the capital city.Mrs. with her mother, .In. H. L. end guests' of Chaplain and Mrs.

iii }I everyone but the poor em- deputy collector: of others' taxes. i II Joe Harrell. Jr.. of Jacksonville Parker, went there last week tJdlspoe L \. Shepherd.
,' -Oyer.. When you sift It right, I Let each man stand on his own was visiting her mother of furniture and to at- ).(-11. Walter" Ward of Inverness.

j, i own: It 1 IA the prettiest piece of ,I feet and make his own return. Mrs.- J. B. McDonald Wednesday. tend to other matters connected the guest of ).[1'. and Mm. Jack
I has done: A letter In this week from Chambers Is here! to receive
..fl licit pasmng congress/ BUYERS HUNT KERRIRH: ,|I wlh the sale. They returned ,
> Th r'\ t a Ion gtlme. The employer The berry buyers are after Law- '|John Henry Collier S 2-c of Uncle home Monday. treatment' by Dr. Hembree.
Ii; Amputee his ewes tax form and I Sam's Navy. J. H. is the son of Pharmacist's Mr. J. C. Cogdlll of Gainesi -
I tey berries already. We bad a' Mate Roy McMUtin. ;|
?:!; suffers the consequences If he is : call,Saturday night from Bernard'I Mrs. Lilly Collier of this town Mrs. McMlllin and their baby i I vllle Is visiting her son-ln-Iaw and

.. In error, like wise 1 b* collects I He evinces great Interest !In how Judith i daughter ).(1'. and Mrs. R. P. "(c-
daughter. ,
Peele, buyer from Chadburn N.I are upending a
withholding victory and social I many pretty girls Lawtey has, but Lendon.
she didn't
20-day with
furlough their KNOW
m C., a* to berry prospects here. I II par-
Is 1 Mrs. Oleta Wicker Atlanta Is
this of
/ happy
tax from his employeesand to pleasure ,
p' security
ents Mr.
Mr. Teele Is In Plant City at thU and Mrs. W. H. McMllj j,
makes separate returns for I of seeing them until his Job is I the guest' of her brotb rln-la\jlt
I time but Is anxious to come to I tan. They will report at the ,
1 tax collector I done That Is the reason for i I
y each to the ':
: Lawtey. Expects to be In on thU America end of their visit to a camp In . didn't know that she was helping LOSE Tli'WAR
I i't and then the usual annual report. I deal Monday March 6. Other greatness: Determination California leaving' the baby with ELECTGEORGE It would have been so easy to And out . :

t'' All must be correct or the field buyers. expected la this season Its grandparents.Supt.' learn why she had lost so many days from esaent''
man will be down the employer'sneck. Sgt. W. Hallie (Whltey) Jones L. F. Chapman has war work . ,
are Ben Hartman of Hartmannand returned and why the baby had come too soon it
4 Penalties and general hell Manahan and John H. I>ulan of the U. S. Army passed through from a business trip t> had not lived! .
will result. cannot Lawtey Saturday enroute to Mac-
raising I .,y. These buyers are Bradford Miami and Belle Glade.
the employee make hl. own, Dill at Tampa. Whitey has been Mr.
and Mrs.
i County "Old Faithfuls. Mclntyre .t
turn? Is It that the .. .re'j 'I stationed In Louisiana and Is now Maine Mrs. Wyman" and Mrj. She had laughed when the doctor! said she should haver I

d does not trust the employee or, I SKAHOV OPK>3 SOON located In his home state.FLA.STATE Noise of Melrose were guests' ?f blood teat. Ridiculous, she thought . there was no reaso

It because an e.tabllshed employer I Berries were light' last week:: )'f.'. and Mrs. M. E. Griner Thurs

bas to stay put so toi I'with', approximately SO; crates be I FARM day.

i\ speak, and can: always be found f ring' offered at an average of 23 By. E. R. Bouvler Mr. and Mrs. G. E.: Crews aid It could have been prevented so easily . a blood test at r

K to bear the brunt of the eoitee-(cents per pint. Monday was aIM) family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. S. treatment by a good doctor would -have mad.'\ha differenc

tor's wrath. We believe In pay- light with IS crates bringing', '! RED CROSS! RALLY Hayes of Gainesville c., SHE DIDN'T KNOW that Venereal Disease is no respectof
t.he'I I Monday night a bounteous sup- Saturdayand persons . that it ia a silent treacherous fifth column;
per was !served to residents of Miss Lora Crews remainedover that does not show itself . that it strikes! one person OL

the Farm who turned out In full the week- d. of every ten before age 50 . that care of \"Ictill'costa
{ Mr. and lcIt.1.. M. Bradley the
country $500,000,000 a year
p : force, to hear the of the
j My Many Yean Ctp.rlenr Make It Possible for Me to Bender appeals Mrs. Bradley' mother Mrs. J.
t several officers of the Red Cross
,who, were booked to talk to them. ilt Couldn't Happen to Me!"
All day the solicitors M. E. Cri- in C-IMCI IT c-ornr. HHUYOHI '

' \ Marks Florida A., Shepherd had been obtaining Ma Claire McXamara Bruno Plain Six Women Out of Ten Who Are Infected' Don't Know it

I :J'I I I signatures for donations to the tiff, i.. HerlHirt kdward Bruno, VD Is Preventable, Must Be Treated, Can Be Cured.
Defendant. ('are NO. 2129OtlDKK !
; Red Cross Fund and before supper OF rrilLICATIOXANI
; 'l was served Fir: 0 had been XOTICK TO AI'fKMt
HTATK OF FIXJFIIUA. Herbert Consult your family physician or go to a free tUnic
raised and
quite a number of .
persons Edward Itruno. "'ho..e Ke ld<*ncAddr
:( FOR SAFETCO IFOnT AND ECONOMY RIDE had still not been Intervlew- .,,n IK: "t Hospitality flou....
I $Mprtnafl Avenue, Irvlnvtnn, New
t ed. J. H.. Moncrlef assisted by J..r..ey; and vrhone Poet Office Ad. B. Sponsored by
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES t tI H. K. Tyus and L. Watts had prepared .- dress I.: "a: Mrs' ":. Paul
32 Went 3l..l a:street New ,York X. I YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE
I the delicious supper. Long r., and % Mra. ll I len. El Paul 1 FLYNNYour }'LORIO.ST.TE BOARD OF
tables were placed in the Club Departmrnt S tore 34th Street, I

,; PLEASE PHONE 147 auditorium and the flower committee New You York are|T.'lr.o1 to appear on I' LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT

!, Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Mr. March 13th. 194{, In the above UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

M. E. Griner and Mrs. J. G. named plaintiff Court Keek and dlvorr cease, Bradford herein SUPERINTENDENTOF

N. UNION BUS'STATION Caldwell decorated the large I CountyTelegraph. hall publish this PUBLIC . .
,j Order In nett'COur we. klr limuei. I
room and tables with arranges ; i INSTRUCTION: Ail\rrtUement Paid For
: Witness my hand and official seal By
'S t LACY CONU'AV, Agent |I meats of dogwood, azalea*.1 I j jMhrfmp 1 at Htarke, Flurlda, thla February J i

Temple Are. Starke, Florida ( plant, yellow poppies and i OFFICIAL llth 11141. SKAT. A.1. Thomas !" Capable FLORIDA & RITZ THEATRES

nasturtiums. Supt. L. F. Chapman i I A- Clerk of said ('nurt.Walt. i Efficient :
Introduced the speaker. who I .[ C Hard"I,., nytnna Reach \V. M. Edward.*, fhm. Dr. .. K. Ah
i Kin Atlv fcir J>lf. 2-ld 4t 3-10 Trustworthy : Health Committee
were: Ralph Studeba k e r. Red U..alth Offit"
:j I .
? Cross Field Naval Director; Harry -, r r. I 'prssr...

Chairman Clarence War
.i.ii i Fund Chairman'; and Miss. Vivian REAL RELIEF Say JAX You can't better beer
Work buy
Quick Service High Quality '
Fowler In charge of Red Croas

i headquarters in Lake Butler.lUKTIIIMV I fan* ACID : 4
at !
- -- -- -- price
Mrs. I. .Williams honored her @

EdVard 'little daughter Joyce with t a I
0 Mr. and :Mrs. E. O. Proprietors
pretty party Friday afternoon

THONE 133: : 315 TEMPLE AVE. the occasion being her fifth birth

day. The child i en played games
I STAUKE FLORIDA [I In the yard and had their! pictures ,
II' taken. The dining table

I was centered' with a tbree-tlered Carpenter's!' Drug Store I
i i birthday cake Iced in red and i

_ ARMERS \9k t I,

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Take CaFe I 0

of( your tractors, trucks and farm-machinery, so that

I they can do their part in producing the additionalfood DISTINCTIVE GOODNESS

our Boys need for Victory! Remember-idle

.a rust and grinding wear help the Axis. ? 4 f o r YEARS JAX, the Drink of

Friendship, has been a

Every Southern farmer is doing his share in planting the distinctive Florida beer

16.000.000 acres more than last record .
year's total. With a since
1914 . renowned then as now

I IE ., shortage of manpower, his tractors, trucks and machinery Signs o$ Spring for its mellow perfection and golden

must be on the job-constantly-to do their share. goodness.

ft-e There are more than 500 Standard Oil bulk storage plants ,THE days"arTstUI-but there shorts are signs half the of spring nation everywhere striven under if you a blanket know JAX is made,in Florida by men who learned

.hne to look for them.
in Alabama, Florida, Georgia Kentucky, and Mississippi, their skill in some of the world's old-time
,They are little thints-such great
as new sed l estate**. ad* cusped
i J with willing men In each of them to help you in maintaining ,thing from magazines to be done., reminders scribbled on backs of envelopes of' breweries. The same skilled brewers who first

: the efficiency and prolonging the life of farm machinery. Thousands of men-all over the country,are making rich note,* \ made JAX 30 years ago are still making JAX.

r This is nothing new to them-they have been it for looking ahead-farmer., manufacturers, storekeepers, banker ) Try this brew
doing great
\(They represent what is called "management,"and they know" that today. We think that one

years. Their service and Standard Oil products are available to make the most of any season requires pretty careful ncuring.f sip of it's distinctive goodness will to
\ There's a skill in this you
management. It's a skill that who
everywhere. Let them help in this "Food things have in men run become one of the
you Fights for common-that men who run things ucctsfvtl-j many discriminating beer lovers
got to have. Management's problems deal
Freedom" are a good alike,
program. .VA* no matter what the business-getting help, meeting payrolls!! anj who say: "Make mine JAX!
tax payments, making ends meet and having a little left over for
new projects planning for the future without letting the planning You can't buy better
FREE Wartime Maintenance Manual interfere with the job in hand.

; b ... m copy ol thin cotapltl. .,. 'And when you talk with these.'men;you'And they have the" beer, no matter whatGF.
t same objectives, too. Right now they want to the .s I"
dl'page book from i get war won
your ; at the lowest possible cost in lives and suffering. After that's you''I'
Standard done.
Oil mn. It will 14aatg )
the 'II be back
help you Sep your firm m.rh'Dt1r7 *' e w*" ZOa on their never-ending job of turning out the ma. .
.y terlal things needed ...
"Fit and Fithting. to make a better peacetime world. General .
Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y./ BUY, :_

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BROOKER son Lamar, were week-end guestsof I Mrs. J. W. Kelly Mr, and Mrs.'i Ulon I visited Eail I Green and home of A B. Surreney last week,
SCHOOL !NEWS Hy Minnie Lou Hairn Mrs. Simmon's pal'E'ntli.t.! Earnest Edwards: Mr. and :Mrs i j family last week. i Friends of Mrs. A. B. Surreney'
and Mrs. Noon Mott. Eldon Hardy. I Mr. and. Mrs Haiiy Sapp! and will regret to know that she Is J
SCOUT SUPPERTito Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs Earle Green and seriously 111 In the AI) a c li u a
1 1STAFF I I chicken supper sponsoredby and daughter, :Marjorie! CI't'WS\\children and Mr. and Mr*. son of Jacksonville, are visitIJIK county hospital.

college Jacqueline A. gave aparty the GUI Scouts was quite a I Jacksonville, visited Mr. and! Mrs. I Earnest Edwards. enjoyed a Mrs.! Nora Sapp. I I i Metal Rim-Tg;.. 2-hole
Edltor-In-Chlef for them Friday night I success', netting $28. This, with O. W. Barry over the week-end i family reunion at Orange Lako !Mrs.! Ivan Holder, of Gainesville. ., and office of Perforators all-
Freddie WImberly Some of the others present were ,! funds: from previous suppers Mrs. Bonnie Mott and MI.... l I' Sunday. and Cpl and Mrs. Buck Holder" kinds at Bradford County Tele- ,:
co-Editor 311 PC Green Billy Colson. Evelyn gives tile scouts enough money Miss Ronnie Mott attended I Mard )Mrs.\ J. F. Purrlnh, of of North Carolina visited at the graph ;
Hall), Freddie W. and for their uniforms! and leaves a
Virginia Sewell Bobby Church at Long Bridge Sunday. LaCrosse were Sunday< dinnerguests I I _
Biggs nice "sum, in the treasury for other j ... .. - u w .... _,
I Senior Biographies We are glad to have Sgt. and! of Mr. anIf's.. J. W a
! Roberta Whitfield The seniors Scout activities. The Scouts wish ,I Thomas. t
f his Hazen are all excited o'el'the :Mrs. Smith move into our com I
News ...__ Marjorie Davis rumor that the Jr.-Sr. Banquet to thank the public for their co- munity. They have an apartment M is. Wlnfred, Hazen was a : Prompt Service Careful Drivers
IS .?_.________ Darby Peek will be held the 24th of operation. at Mis. Rosa Plnhol t"I"s. week-end guest of her parents 10 ,
Edgar Wilkinson March. Mr. and Mrs, Roy B. McDavid l Mrs. J. P. Roberta and son, Alachua. I I
flal Feature +.. Lola Blecha I saw Lora, Lorene and Man announce the birth of II daughter, Pennon, Mrs L. O. Hazen and Morgan Tilghman and Bob Par- : Starke Taxi ServicePhone
H, Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis .tal'e with G. 1. friends, visiting Ruth Anita, on Feb. 12, in the daughter, Minnie Lou, visited risk, of the U. S. Navy, have returned ,
Kthy Faxon, Phyllis Martin, the Oriental Gardens in Jacksonville Alachua County hlspltal. Mrs. !ol's. Inman Harrison and family to their Great Lakes Station -
Melverna Thornton last week. Some fun! McDavid was the former Marie at Lake Butler Thursday. I' after a 15 day furlough with
mbly Martha Lee Martin Betty T. was seen wearing Dyal of Brooker. : The following young couples their families. I 150 I
Margaret Strlngfellow James R'". coat Tuemlay. Mrs E. J. Dowllng, Mrs. GeneLong I enjoyed a welner roast at the { Mrs. R. E. Hazen visited! her,
x Here's a killer I heard in clam and! Mrs., R. M. Lee and I home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. slater, Mrs. Clarence Strickland !
Editorial Monday Mi's. Osborne asked son, Hobby, all of Staike, visited !Thomas Tuesday night: Seaman at La Cronsfl Wednesday Day Night f
"What is a mine field John?" Mi' and Mrs. T. I). Dyal. 'r.f I and' Mrs Morgan TllghmAn. Mr. Mrs. Rural Dukes and children,
Inking In importance with the John replies "A mine field Is a Biooker. Sunday afternoon I,I Lad Mrs. Artford Brown, Mr. and 1 Eloise and Gerald, of Dukes Sta- .. .. -- - ------. -.-.-.
> hlng of the three R'ss\ farm that belongs to me!" Miss Lucile Thomas, of Gainesville '!! ,
student to be a corny visited relatives here Fu-
hlng a "My Mummy done Told Me"waa
hty minded citizen. "B" my first thought when I day.
y s )mn Is setting the pace for opened the Fist Aid Clans door Mr. and Mis. Alf Hazen, of Orlando Have a Coca-Cola =: Hallo Bracie I
1 moving force of Starke'aup i :Monday.. There stood the victim were week-end guests of ,
campaign to be felt covered with a face bandage, relatives. ( HELLO, BROTHER ) I i iI
Cpl. and Mrs. Herschel Layfleid: I
The class
Lghout school.
the later, a leg and arm bandage. ;
Sie ground duty 1 Is and son. Dnrrell, returned to Valdosta -
teacher on When unveiled it turned! out to bo
|> n s I bl e for "policing the Betty Gene W. The whole clash after several day's visit
} They must see to it that then biiftilaged thfrlr partner' with relatives '
Mr.: Russell of
Norman Lawteyvisited
tudent leaves paper, orange What a sight was Snooky with a
Ings, or other trash on the black eye l end broken arm, Dolone-! friends. here Sunday.Mr .
Ind. Just before, Chl'l..tmllshrubbery with the mumps Lola with A and Mr- Jack Simmon and 'I ) it/ r tlmN
was set out broken leg and many oilier t' i qtrr <<
|nd the building and the stu- cuHualtles. This reminds m.., I VOTE FOR .
n are watering these plants must call my doctor right now
afternoon.. These activities and. make un appointment. I AND ELECT H

e the students realize that just found a bone in my leg! :MELV1N H.
are a part of a communitynot Your I 1 r n
( just individuals. living to SUSIH: FUTCHYour t I Lrrt j

selves. They are setting an P.S Corn, Eh, What? ,
tiple not only for the city, \I\\ ; rt/ 1:

j for the other units of the FIRST GRADE NEWSROOM } \ r o.. 1 f.
(oJ. Where do the senior high : 1 COUNTY SClliOLSUPERINTENIENT @ I .
,nl! students fit in with thts This week we .have been learn. I 13i -

ram? ing about Geol Washington.. t ti
He was honest, brave and tiuthnl '
and we are going to try to i llt' a I Ii
Seesit be like hfm. Bobby Clayton !
usie t
--ri:w.TrsIIMj -
lOight a book about George i i !

Washington, to school for us to -

..} Hum, Spring Is she here read. We colored pictures, illustrating -
your Susie has Spring Fever, his life and made a board
|I'll try 'to arouse myself and border of them. a J
vou In on some of the past i
ii's happenings. JUNIOR I'LASSThe ,

jilk about fun, but we had Juniors, held their first
ursday nlte when the Metho- lass meeting of 'the second semester j

Chuch had a skating party on Friday February 25

hurch Street. Some of tho>>e The purpose for this was to die to "Pardner" to a Pole t
king the vine" and figure . a way say visiting {
IHR plans for the Juntor-Senlar J
ling Helen Lott Mackh
were: _ _ _ _ _
Banquet. It was decided by the '
| Nell Powell, Francis and When a Polish flyer says: Hallo, Bracie, he greets you as a bruther. The American
class to be held on March 24. /
|and ey Colley Sarah,Poythress.Wanda P., Bobby The exact place where it wouldbe host: means the same thing when he says Have a ..CIJ".", whether he offersit Ilyil Pd p
was not announced.We .
hat happened to you "hep- are all looking forward to away front home or at home from his own family refrigerator. Everywhere 7a' ,
last Friday night? ? HuhVMyrtle
Anderson cooked this occasion .and the day can'tsome the enjoyment of Coca-Cola is the pleasant expression of friendly! comrade- II
any too soon for us. .r
i swell evening and only four 1 ship. Around the world, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-hs
[ve wandered around to the
Sandwiches and refresh- .. become the global higb-sign of the kind-hearted. '
Is galore were provided. Se, QU' ; I'.natural I for popular 1 nnmrt ':

1 ya' missed? '" A Life-Lone Resident of OTTICD UNDER AUTHORITY, Of THI COCA-COLA COMPANY IV to acquire friendly abbrevia

1st Sampson guess who lake I saw tether out day'flshn "- G.USE: 666 This and County Experienced, Well Qualified for STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO Corse iaculie"cuff hear".

Inot but
who you're thinking. the Job.
fcuret Strlngfellow. She 666 TABLETS. SALVE.NOSE DROPS -01944lb.4C
|ht one, too (about five inches.
I), -

irry to Inform you that my

itle Ah"I have' Dobbs lust a week ring isn't that waa engaged a was"crash1 givener but t. -A- Only Once In 25 Years Prices Like These *

as a present, and. having I
other finger to wear It on, r
lit on her third. finger left

RVO i of our "Southern Belles",
jverna Thornton and Esthers I

are resigning from the ,I
(hem Bell Tel. Co. Could It sFFwEskr16Page
[ the final exams that are
ylng you. Bunny?

.py. you know I heard a couple
|the girls from Lake Butlerg
one of our local lassies at
isketball game a few weeK
that the kids over there

_J our school Journal with great ,
se. i Urn* I t 9tt hawrylfcfn* Vow timyLHE

I I Here's was wondering lapping. if they Price List! ';rr d Just A Few Bargains Here!

Bowel Persley is wand erlng
"but no one/
[nd llpnllckless stoppedg We Couldn't begin to list a'l the Birthday Bargains
us know why she Yes-Cur big; Silver Anniversary 1 16-page Full r I here_ hundreds upon hundreds of well

ieked into the beginning stu- Size Newspaper: Section in Colors, Contains known brands on Sale.

b's band practice Friday ando all of' the ,Birthday Bargains! FOOD STORES 1
[ they in the groove! Next's

Intally band looks promising.Is In-all i '. ,Quantity Rights Reserved Hurry-First Come, First Served
Elizabeth Sappe
lea In band lately. Get A Copy At The Store I If f :
latent flame of Lila Rae's isI. It's The Store Behind The Safe r All I Items Advertised On While.

piano player named MarK.
..ilph, A. is about to get over You Didn't Receive One That Counts They-Last Basis
I blue spell that he's had sincee
left. I'm sure his fellow
Jsmates don't object.
Ormer members of B. H. 3..

1 k':Andrews. Denmark, Sonny are Haynes home from and 9 Sensational Sale Days-Thursday March 2 Thru Saturday March 11

e t
: 200,000 Pounds of Beef! "33" Bleach 2 qts 19c

May Warn ol Disorderedkldney

Action Tomatoes 3 no 2 cans 25c V Ff? Rice Calif. Pearl 4 >Ibs 33C t
M .
B octe.l life with' It* hurry and .orr"J 'I
HrT I .tmlar hafaita. Improper .atin ]
prlnkinii_,it.riak. ot._ ..and Irfcr--

t'oo,'>..the.-...thrawi kldn... .nd,..kravy. They tad to.traiD am Slur apt on ue to tba+beeum n'."u'd orl: Sugar 5 >Ibs( 25c Swill's Jewel 4-Ib cm. 67c t.

end whey tlnl>urltlM from tk*I'1"1I. '
Elrod, "
You ..ay iuff.t nagging baekacti.-,
|hrdaeh., oII..n_ up niEB"' 'It !
I'-I', ,puny B.r.ou..w.llinr-feat. all: wont out.! Oth eoa,r tan.!; '1lirnl FAMOUS BRANDS ON SALE 'Ie FAMOUS BRANDS ON SALE:
ol, aidiuy or bladder dinrd' ara gem- I
timea burnini, Iraquailurtnatii .
.. acaaty or oo : i

Idn.y.Try D to..par.'. J ad(IU.hanarul.bod DM.'. help tf/. S'okely, Clapp's, Pillsbury, Georgia Maid, 3-Minute. p Lagoon Ballard. V-8, French's, C'-.f! Boy-Ar-Dee, i! I
"<.- Thoy hs*. k.d thaa ball >
fury.t of by public traului. n avwywhin.JOANS Art f ownwd -. Wilson Armour, Swift, Kingan, Staley, Sunshine, Treet, Gold Medal, Van Camp, Ideal, Keebler, Ed. j. '
Sauer and Hundreds of Others. E A! T U V ucator, Miracl. Whip and Hundreds of Others.I .




,. lt.o\IJI"OJUJ COUNTY 'l'F.LEUH.yn. STARKE FLOIUD.o\ I"ltIJ\V, L"-Itlll. 1Ik1 3
PAGE FOtJR =_..:_I9 .,

SOCIETY and CLUBS Woman's Council Dorothy Green ReeseSgt. I Baptist Circles I I

The Womnn'B Council of tile and Mrs R W. Reese announce Circles of the Baptist W. M. U I I
I Christian Church met at the i the birth of a daughter, will meet Tuesday, March 7 at I P
tW To Young Folks Enjoy home of Mrs. T. C Chastaln on Dorothy, Green Reego on Feb. 10 3 o'clock as follows: No. 1 at I
Colonel SpeakAt Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 23 In the station h/uipltal at Max- the home of :Mrs O. W. Alder-
Woman's ClubThe Skating Party Mm. Gerald Adklrm was In well Field charge of the program and chose I II Mrs. RtPHia! WAit Wins Dorothy Hayes with Mrs. Ray Newsorne
Woman'H Club will meet Members of the Met U <>JUt. |I the topic "Why Growing Chrlatlan I Green of_$tarke as co-hostess and No. 3 with Mrs,
March 8, Youth Fellowship enjoyed a skatIng Rich d at the State
Wednesday afternoon, \ Use the Bible" for devotional Annie a r e
at 4 o'clock, In the club house. party at the parsonage Thurs. ellncusBlon. After the program, GSO To MeetThe Fa I'm.
The buslneHS session will be pre- day night Feb. 24. After an Mrs. Chastaln Invited! the guests The Business Women's Circle

sided over by the president, MI'.. evening; of fun, outdoor welners fire.were Into the dining room where u G. S O. of the U. S. O. ,I II ""Will| meet Monday evening at 8

H C Ritch roasted over an tempting salad course and lemon- on Tempi and Was. h I n g t o nStreets o'clock with Mrs. Lex Green.
The guest speaker will be Col. Among those enjoying this ade and cake were served. Mrs I I .,
will meet there at 7:30: (
r. A. Austin, Jr., Headquarters event were: Shirley and Fiances; Marjorie Wadgworth assisted M's., I I WSCS Circles
i' of the 66th Regiment. cot Austin's Colley, Frances Powell, Barbara Chastain In serving p. m. on Saturday, March 4.
a, subject will be "Our Relationship !and Patsy Keen, Wanda Pearce. ------. ---_._.---.-------..:I Circles of the Woman's Societyof
"-'-"-"-"-'- -
to Foreign Countries". Sarah Poythress, Mary Weldon. Christian Service: of the Method -
Sewell, Bobby Bigg.
Hosteimea: Mrs. Chaa. Allen, Virginia i 1st church will meet Monday
Mr..J. W. Brownlee, Mrs E, M. Jerome Johns, Mack Futch and I Carolyn Callstreet afternoon, March 6, at 3:30 o'
Davis Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Mrs. Lyle Anderson. clock. Feptl-Cola Company Long ttland Cltg If. Y.
I e *
J. L. Thorn, Mrs. A. W. Ander- -.1 Circle Number One will meetIn
k ClubThe __.__.__.____ .... .. Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of
son, Mrs. IX E. Knight. Jr. Woman's -_-.._- ._- -- __.._.___ the Recreation Hall', with Mr*. Jacksnerilk

Junior Woman's Club will Well. folk . Looks as if Is teaching school or running aflower ,L>. D. VinIng and Mrs.' Titus Olson ]
' New Arrival meet Wednesday March 8, at 9p. all but crowded out of my corner I show , Seems she had j as hostesses. Circle Two will

.- at the Club building. An- again this week by those so many posies Wednesday therewasn't meet with Mrs. L. W Koch and
,, Major and Mrs. E. R. Smylh' m. Mrs. Paul Hudgins, at their homeon
and wide awake lnessmen who room for all.of,' 'em on her
of officers committee
nual reports In-I The Approval of The Critical !
I announce the arrival of a 7 pound chairmen will be given. slat on advertising in the desk. HO she divvied up with Kate N. Walnut St.

2 ounce (daughter on March 1 at Frances of the Telegraph . Of course I Shepherd A, ;-H> ,;.,.
Hostesses will be Miss
St. Vincent's Hospital In Jackson the editor thinks it's swell, butI H. N. Fairbanks president of
ville. Mrs. Smyth Is the former Opperman and Mrs William Bag- think it's an Imposition on my I Well, guess<< thaC about all the the Rotary Club and manager SKILLED DRY CLEANINGSo

.t. Miss Margaret Pearce. gett. I fond following . 'Specially room I rate this week . So of the local Florida Power & '
'" when I have so much to tell, and long _._ See you In the nextCarolyn. Light Co, office, Is undergoing:
j ", so little space to tell it Inl! . I treatment 'In the Veterans HOD- '
.. Oh well, we'll Just have to make I I pits! at Lake City. I
_i ; H. 0. BROWN the best of it and be satisfied with
.a, few highlights of the week, I it's a good plan to take care of your
t ;A ,which I'll try to squeeze in . -

I th--; STEAKS CHOPS i well-planned clothes. Good care means
a Wlio .says all blonde are I I
beautiful but dumb? . Hear
ATTORNEY AT LAW tell that Virginia Smith Is Retting; good cleaning: and good cleaning means

to be quite an income tax fillet TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES

..4. 101 S. Walnut St. outter expert . After completing DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES more wear, and more pleasure in wear
/ the return for the family
STARKE, -:- FLORIDA establishment she looked around '"' I II I ing them. And that well dressed feeling
for more worlds to conquer and A & A LUNCHEONETTE
with a quick twist of the wrlfct I
solved the problem for the H. C. 24-llour ServiceIn lasts longer in a garment, that's faithfully
Wall Agency and the Starke Ice
4 Co. . Course those eatabllxh- Park Theatre'Bldg. Starke. Florida cleaned[ and faultlessly pressed !
CIVILIANSATTENTION ments are still kind of "In the

family", so if you want Virginia
10 help you out, guess you better '
first' go around and claim klni I .. . .' .rERY ":,

, Understand that a t, newcomerwas Starke Cleaners &
Dry LaundryPhone
quite impressed with the fact i

\i that"Starke, though allll just a
I small town can boast of havinga !: -.s n&iircinceH. 28 Junius M. Smith
(Mrs.) St Peter and (Mrs.I I -
St. John . Does give us quitea Starke, Florida ProprietorIII
t ? t tr saintly atmosphere, doesn't It?

''f ..--" 1 -,- -
-- C. 'WALLAgency
; .
Mae Parker rail* attention m
:, : -, house..
.:1 one stately old apartment
.' ;;;r You Can Wear on Call St., that the OPA apparently d

has no jurisdiction over: STARKE
Army-tailored Forestry GreenSLACKS'. The tall pulm tree In front of
the courthouse that Is literally Constant Service: Over 50 Years i

a-twitter theMe days with oodl,''! Y
of sparrows . Hear Leo Wiggins 4Jsl
t and Paul McLendon (State Please Phone 116UI' ADVENTURE

armltes) are reporting for physicals 1

this week . Glen Duke also SWEEPING THRU
'+ For Sports and Dress "Retting the "come on" signal ::
M e . Personal nomination for mO tKOI''ou" \ A MiUIOK MILES -i; :: _
head of hair currentlyon
Ideal for summer wear ;;
Call Street: The glistening
golden locks of Peggy Ann Wiggins .1I.'
. . Hear Comer Perryman '
1' $4.95Uegular has transferred from the Navy HEROIC NORTHWEST

Air Corps because of a perforated 00'6
least thinghe
ear drum-at one I _
has In common with Frank _ _
$R.93 Value Sinatra! . / INlAuSTORY AS

4 Wonder If the U. D. C. members MIGHTY'AS'TillLAND '
knew there was a "carpet .
bagger" in the kitchen when they tA' THEY **

were entertained at Luclle Green's
Wednesday afternoon? . Thel- : PATROL*!
i ma Jennings, who originated north
.I of the Mason-DIxon line, was
assisting/ with' the serving but
: < .J. BUILDING was", evidently afraid to come our
i I of the kitchen and mingle with
fl. the "rebels" . Glimpsed Wilson -
.). and Net tie i Lee running
1 around with sultcattea In their

hands totber day Seems Wil-;
a NOW NEW son was transferred to Jax as an

M. P., but has already been re-
r TWEEZERS transferred bark to his old job I

at the hospital, which he much
: >
1' Ai *
'j' It prefers Remarkable remarkby ,.
).tl.e: :3 STYLES RETAILING AT Marian Mllnlck following *

: run'of bud luck In a bridge /gam?

: 'I 20c & 35c at the YWCA tother day: "My j _" f 1E1111A
highest ambition Is to have a LltlIttlll 1EItlALitl : "
&vI I hand with 4 singleton aces!" . tll/L% YI/UI gROs
Can't decide whether Ethel Sewell tti
Iraq :
I A Large Assortment of :

b'I '

f > BILL FOLDSON T.aIws waalar._ A ;,,,r''

.j wa


1 I '!1Z ; See Our Window What it means that literally million. of American have
:\ venereal diesel, ea-.h one a source of tragedy that may
wreck a home. Wives. are infected. Babies die.len: go
: crazy. Young men become old before their time-

rN METAL SPRAY GUNS Does this. make for Victory Can Americans. who are sick ;
defend the American Way Can we afford to be Indifferent .JUliE BISHOP-NEIMUT DANIINE -JOHN RIDGELY- GENE LOCK*
tolerate such'wa Can "' win, the if sit back and .
e war we .
Limited Amounts <*r.."Mnu,by f,o"k O"b.r M.AI'.ali. '* '"** J
Y say "it can't happen to us? ... Directed:!.by RAOUl WAlSH tsar. by issl,,TWIl,'. Mui.c. br_Adoip.D.--. *
Guarding the Home Front la. your Job. WAKE UP! to the
Now On Sale At Blinking< your midst. Thin U YOUR town. YOUR edm'.IIty Thursday ]March 8-9
state. YOUR Country Defend them Good intentions aren't "HENRY:
enough. You'mast ACT to help control the nation' highest j HAUNTS
_ 50cT & venereal disease rate-right here In Florida. =

I Know the fart about the hateful treachery of VI)-that untreated I.
For it will mean diapsir-illness-death. Tell others ao- -RITZ-
!' encourage them to hate blood text*-hare one yourself a*. the
GOVERNORElect first step in! your big Job of helping Uncle Sam to stamp Sunday &: .Monday :March 5-
4'A'J ........, '. '" ; out VD.
; .;:::""""" \,. Consult -your-family physician or go to a free clinic % Ufllavilan.l Robert CunuJ1lnJ;

t50J.z.t FREE..... .. n ,;" i"' n'' i MILLARDCALDWELL Sponsored by
vuut MR J FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH Tuesday & \\'ptlne"dllY! March 1-*

Farmer War Vt.rm Rrc1 SkeltoaThursday Ann Rathf'rfordi
Lawyer T..t" kutwmwtrioridm i
Koch .. AiKertlwrmrnt I Paid For By
Drug Store Can B. Confident
t, with Cmldwill iC A R P EN, T E R' S The Rexall)) Drug StoreW. & Friday Man 9-1

II. Edwards Chm. w i "HELLO FRISCO HELLO"
hWMal_. Ala Iw w r-r11i Dr. I. R. AbnuiM
Health. Commute UeaJih Officer b :Vice Faye John'payuew


,. '" '.. . ... .. ... _a_
..mod,, .

MARCH a. 18aa. BRADFORD COfXTV TKLEORMMI. ST.'RR"nA)...>.\ PM'' tn'"

.. .. . .. .. .
. .
s of Local News . .' ."...., .". "0' .. ... ""., ',.. .. :,,"" .." ':. .: .. ., ,: ,: -,:'- :'_,':"::",,:. '.:::.":,, : .: .t4II.... .. :. : ",,::::;.:.,"(o..t

'and Mrs. A'
,cent visitors .in Leesburg./

i/.ml visitor J. their Mw R. Wainwright In, home Arch Gainesville.In Ponder Missouri.was areat a You're Giving To Him When t

Nollman) of ABhvMle\ ,
arrived! .in Starke this

iH e, Sunday.month's McGrath Mrs. Z.stay W.were Street in Jack and You Give To The Red Cross

"Spring' coats for E,"'t r]

Vs DreMH Shoppev .
Effle Johns a'nd Mrs. Wrn.By .

spent Tuesday' shoppingInesville. .. \
-- :;:-C: .
I :
R. A. Gahagan went to J
-iiah. Ga., on Tuesday' to at- .'
|he funeral! of a relative. ; :

and ,Mrs. Grover Klein i i. ;;:'
|the week-end In st Augufe-

Mae Herlong spent the

nd py with her parents in + +

and Mrs Allen Hamm and 1 ,

fund Mrs ,Eugene Hamm ,
J Saturday in Gainesville
i. W. A. Stern and daughter I'

*, were In Jacksonville Tues-

land! :Mrs. Harlan McQulstonU.

and 1\rB. Walter Bate .. ii
ve're In Jacksonville Sunday. ..

,v Spring! coats for Baxter \ ;
11a'" I>rMN Sliop|>e.! I I ,
and Mrs. Bern Millis left . ., ; riJ/I't'/

sday for Philadflpbla .. .
they will spend a ten day; : M :
gh.and : : I .
Mrs. ROHCO Bartlett, .
lacksonvllle, were recent . I
t of the latter's mother,
William Nonin.i . ,
Duncan returned TuefdaT :
station at Fort Sill. Okla.,
n visit here with his per
Mr and Mrs., A. R.: Wall. t tmr
i. Edward. Burns and Mrs.H ...b ,j.;,
Smith were In Hampton H'
ay evening on business for )

ed 1 Cross. ;
and Mrs.! J. E ,Marshall) of .
nvllle arrived here this week ,*
n extended stay. They are
red at the Magnolia hotel
k O. J. Griffin haa returnedIT f t
+ !
home In St. Augustinea
visit here with her dauglilira. -
Ethel M. Biggs.; .
G. Halle went to West Palm
on Tuesday t6"'visit hlf2c ',' 1;." . .
WoodflB G. Halle, Jr.. I". 4/14V I ,
rife, \ 1
Wilson G. Lee spent! acv ,
{tys this week with her aunt, -
James Go.lbold., In Jackson-

_... -t-....__ Jo.-" ........ j ....,. -.t y .....,.,,..,. r ,..-.j . ; *r*
arrived: Kev ul .

hate for. Easter atEffl ',. Lella'MShnpIw. .. L in the services-but waste, the lied Cross\ is at his side. Your '.o ,'-a utmost of its power, got: your letters -
ELEVEN million men
In t to him, get his\ letters out to you,
John spent Tuesday' : one alone whose name you never forgEtHf'(1; Cross i is there with "coffee and" when and straight from your heart the l 1(1gn'e : l lCross

kTOnville! where she visited I one alone for whom you would do anything, he finishes a long exhausting march. ! will send! him real American fond,
brother Dalton Carter at anything. :
olell hospital. our Red Croat i is there! when he is: lonely cigarettes and tobacco. .

[L. Haynes, Jr., a pre-dentnl' Through every dreary day you are buoyed and lost in some strange city on leave. Wherever he I is-whercvc-r he may go: )-
at Emory University Ind of him. The long lonely :
nt by thoughts
up will I' be out of reach. For
he never! your :
,I, Oa., spent the werk-end, nights are a little less lonely when you can Your> Red Cross provides hostels canteens :to him when give throughthe
give you
I O.with L. his Haynes parents. Dr.' anti read his letters, see his picture upon yourbedside "a bed with clean! sheets l," cheer, com- you Red Crol\ .
Joseph 'Scanlan returned 1 fort and companionship( for him no matter
i Of
hpsday to his base near Purl. And yet there is so little you can do for there he may be.Well Of course, you have given before.
t, after upending a two him. If only you could be sure of helping course you will give again "
furlough here with his wile him when he needs you most. or wounded, your Hell Cross\ is ILL'
daughter. his\' side. ..'The blood you gave goes to him, nut this year when the need is greater
s. R. G. Kldd! returned homertay But you can be sure. For you give to him thank. to your Red Cross. His eonvalesthan\ ever . when its your own men we
after a trip to Camp when, you 'give through your lied Cross.\ cences' made easy with books and game serve . Thia year dig deeper than you

"On, S. C., where she visited! Wherever he be stationed . in and gifts from a Red Cross worker. If he have ever dug before. and be glad that you
O. may
husband, Richard
: Capt. I is of war, your Red Cross\ will, can.
a prisoner
camp or abroad, in desert, in jungle or icy ); I

rs. J. W. Klncald. who hug:
In Tampa for several week,

to ley.petted visit her to return sister' O.Sim-L. . BRADFORD COUNTY'S QUOTA: IS. $15,300 WILL YOU DO YOUR PART ? .

<*"* up for Ranter. Nor .
g dresses and bag at l>IIi"',,
M. Shoppe.!;
Irs. Milton Brownlee and: ...
hter, Catherine, of Gatnen- .
r spent Tuesday here as guests


M. *'. H. Long, who ha.fc .
.., 105 W. Call Street
here home for the pant
t at V. S. St. John, Owner *
I days, left Wednesday for
pp Gordon Johnston to see '
| her daughter, MVs.' Richard
Thede, Jr. '
-pt and Mrs.' Eugene Smvtli .
" returned from Jacksonville SERVICED FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
ll-<' they were guests: of Mrs." KIDD'S
.'tVs slater Miss AnnIe Mad
F. D. I. C.
'"OP. MI! < Pearce accompaniedback Kidd Member
1 to Starke. Valrie B. Prop.

M'"'* up for Eailer. New'
rig dresses' and hag ut Ix-IIa'-.
>.. Shoppy.!
g. o. J, Griffin has returned
hpr home In St. Augtwllno CENTER'BAR CITY BARBER SHOP
'r a visit wUh hpr daughter!; BLANDING & PATIO
'. E. I. Biggs. She was ai'
panted! by Mrs. William Dag.t Eric B. Hyde S. E. Sparks, Owner
and Miss Frances Peek.

e Quick To TreatBronchitis


Chronic bronchitis may develop If Center
cough chest cold.or acute bronftis At Blanding t
E. B. Milligan .
!is not treated and you cannot
ord to take a chance with any medie -
> less potent than } of .'
>ich goes right to the the
mble; to help loosen and expel Bern JI
'eon phlegm and aid nature to I
nhe and beabaw,tenderlnftamcdnc j
j> 1al mucous membranes. BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE ,
-reomuUlon blends beechwood BLANDING CENTER Inc. I I
?cote by special process with otter .
r>e tested medicines for cough J. "Old Sarge's Place"Iv. t '
Contains: no narccUcs.Oh The Soldier's Headquarters J ,
matter how many medicine: kr
u ave tried. ten your druggist to
1 you a bottle of Creomulnlon with
t undemanding you must like the
''T It quickly allays the cough perttln ,
; rest and sleep, or you are to M
v your money back. (Adv.)



l )




: MEN OF 230TH BN. I hats were made by Mrs. Jean- 1 JEWISH HOLIDAY .

chairman of the dance. VSO CLUB IIKKK

Refreshments were served near Wednesday evening March 8,
The 230th Battalion from Camp :
entertained Tuesday the clone of the evening from a RECREATIONAL CENTER marks the annual celebration of
Blandlng was
table made particularly attractlvu : .
Purlm. This Is the tradional
night with a Leap Year Dance at
with arrangements of sweet peas FOOD MILITARY GIFTS
the USO-NCCS. Gills from the in Jewish holiday which commemorates
African Daisies and Larkspur
Southern Bell Telephone Company SUPPLIES the rescue of tbe Jews of
w delft blue crockery pitchers. Those Camp Diner Gislain'sCante .
acting as hostesses wore presiding( at the punch bowl were '- Persia from annihilation planned

4 formal gowns and old fashioned Mro. J. Andrews Miss May Veal Come A n d ('Ie t It National I Army Store Hollywood Camera & against them by their arch-enemy,
"Southern Belle" bonnets. The Miss Sara Nixon MIRs Ann Frank's Fine Foods Victory Military\ Stag Supply .. Gift Shop Hainan during the time of King

< -____._ _.______,_ ____ -:. Kltt'y".8 Place National Army StoreMilligan's Hasuerus (Xerxes) in the :fifth


: TR YOUR Park\ Cafe The Stag On this holiday which begin

Bradford Photo Shop Victory Military Supply this year 'on Muicb 8th and lasts

TAVERNS Hollywood Camera & for pne day the book of Queen

.Chili Gift Shop( Wonder Gift Shop Esther will be read In all Jewish :ffi:

Bob's Tavern synagogues. Chaplain I Isaiah
THEATRES Bradford Photo
Shop Rackovsky of Camp Blandlng wail
Davis Hotel & BarJordan.s 1
.Hot t Dogs Florid; read, the story at religious services -
,. Wednesday evening In
Dogs.Hamburgers Milligan's Ritz Chapel 18. After the ceremonies 0a

the Chaplain has made arrangements -

: seal at Slarke. Florida thin FebIUHV in cooperation with the Z
e Film 4th 11)44.IOFFICIAL Camp authorities for special -
'Northern Pursuit' Errol
I Flynn en
SI.AL) A. J Thomas. j
..\.. Clerk of sold Court. busses to bring a large number
William/ U. Morgan, Jacksonville of men in to the USO Club Tem-

A a "COME AND GET IT"J. Vivid Epic of Adventure Action Florida.. Atly. -for Plf. 2.11 4t 3-3 ple and Washington Sts., where. -z r

iv ('1111'1 11'...C'O'II.t. IU".I.'OIIU' they will be guests at a reception o
W. Griffis: Prop. Next to NCCS-USO CKHY.Kllen sponsored by the'Staike Army & 1
Navy Committee of the U. S. O.- a
-------- - ----------.-- A fiery-brilliant performance centratlon camp by full-length Dutcher argent Plaintiff, ,
\ vs. Warren Hryant Sarcent, U.- Jewish Welfare Board. An Interesting
by Eirol Flynn against the Icy- portrayal of a Nazi that audiences rendant. Case. No. 2921.
of entertainment ==
brilliant background of the snowy will love to hate. ORDKH OF PI'ltLlCATIOV program
AND: NOTICK TO AI'I'Jo:AH will supplement the tefreah- -
expanses of Canada's Hudson Bay The sincerity and integrity STATE OF FLORIDA tot! Warren
YICrTORYMILITARY I country dominates the vivid epicof which made John Rlrtgely such a Bryant Karicent, whose roHlflenca. meets nerved. Among the participants -
la U. S. a. I Dace, in the will bo
: % Fleet' Font Office program
adventure, "Northern Pursuit likeable character In "Air FOl'cII"again San FianclMcii. California. I Cpl. Irving Kwasnik a violinistof i
the 'new Warner Bros picture marks him im a comer and You are required to appear. on '
:Mitnh note in civilian life who will
oLU'h. 1044 In the above l
which open Saturday midnightfor the seasoned Gene Lock hart, givIng nutned Tolilt i and cause, whi-l-elll, number of classical selections ::
a two-day stand at the FlorIda spirit and substance to an Important plaintiff seeks. divorce. Hi,'ail ford a pax .
I'nunty Telegraph shall publishthis
Theatre. \ certainly
character pole 1 U
Older In next four weekly Is-
Is invited to attend.
SUPPLY In an exciting narrative which a "stHyer." .In which connection Everyone enc
: sues.Witness
clever ly alternates guile with ex- It might be: Interesting to my hand and, official :
seal at Hiaike. Florida, this February -
.129 W. Call St plosive outbvfrms of physical action note (that Monte Blue's handling III h., 1944OFFICIAL G SISLAIN'Sselections I CfA
. roro
( BIJAL) A. J Thomas,
Ills portrayal) IK a sensitively of his part keeps him definitelyon A. Clerk of said 1 Couit.T. :
I accurate blending of hU Impetuosity the "comebaclr u'all. Frank Landium, Ktaike Fla. :
In "They Died With Their Plenty of Action I Ally for I'lf. 2-11 4t 3-J I

'., Everything for theService .9 Come in Boots On" and his restraint in Raoul Walsh la a director wits:! lriHCI IT 4'01 IIT. lllltltFOKII We I oM

and. get" "" dJe of Darkness." a decided knack for action. Herein C'OI''I'I. FI.OMIIttl IV 0'1' \>,-

Man AcquaintedN Julie Bishop Helmut Dantlne the frozen North he keeps: I (Kit McCarthy tRuth ". Plaintiff vs. James" I will !

John Rldgely and Gene Lockha..thead things warm and humming withno It McCarthy Defendant. Case. No.

a supporting cast which I* danger! that either actors or 289 t. '
In every Instance equal to theKtorY'1I audience will suffer from frost AND :NOTICR TO APPBAIlSTATK '

dramatic vigor and Intensity. bite. He has often been assigned It. OF 'LOnlA .ti>: James..
M"r'hy whose residence Is
to Flynn's pictures and again .{" bale T. Lias 619 Oliver Building happy
To the Boysat Julie Bishop Forceful their collaboration has produceda ) PlttsbuiK, Pennsylvania.' I
011 are required to appear on
Aa Flynn's sweetheart Laura gratifying result. March. nth. 11144. In the above to
Julie Bishop la as forceful and named Court .and cause. wherein H
Prominent the supporting
plaintiff seeks divorce, HradfordCounty
Blanding resourceful nn she is pretty talc. players are Tom Tully Ber- Telegraph shall publish. thisOrder assistwith dH
ing a key part In the strenuous In next four weekly IxFiiesWitness ..
Dantlne I nerd Nedell Alec Craig Tom my hand and l official II
action. Helmut
it as von seal at Htarke "'lo'1cla. this February -
Keller continues to avenge his I Fad.len" and Warren Douglas, a 9th, 1944.

r real-life Imprisonment In a coiiEheehy !I rapidly Arising newcomer. A. J. THOMAS..
SAM SAYSWELCOME As Clerk of said ( .urt.Knleht your i
KriIght'Ktarka'Flnr/da I /
..,1 1r and Mrs. Myrtle Ortagus. IV Mirtir coin, lilt'11.ORIP. Attys. for Plf. 2-u 4t .1.3
1'111'I'1' pi.niuiMi l\ 1'11.1\
Chosen from a group of 350present t'KIIV.Rolittit .
I at the affair one lucky W. tloniir. Plaintiff, Va. gilt
Vlnlvt lionar iJefrndunt., Cune. No;
soldier whose Identity he prefer- 290.:; o
i' led to keep secret won a wallet OIHMCIl OF PI'MLIOATION
award for the
and cash receiving STATK' OP KI-OH1L1A to: VioletIlnnar o
most Leap Year "proposals" from whose re..leI..n" In. 204 Ira
'1' Avw, San tonln TPXAH.You .. >
the ladles whose choices
young HG
are required to appear on
t .\I were sealed In envelopes turnedIn March 27th, ) 44. I In the ,on..m..d \ from 53
1 Court and cause, wherein
to the committee offering the plaintiff .eeke dlvor ... ITadforil Visit Us O

)::4LR" to theCANTEEN '1 prize. County Order In Telegraph. next four lmll weekly publish iMiiueii.Wltn .thirf. for our I j jI COCO
Lieutenants Hoffman and Sin ...N my hand and official I
I' seal at HtarkH Florida thin February
t clair were battalion hosts.O'1'I'F7 22nd., 1944. MILITARYSUPPLIES attractiveassortments
(OFFICIAI.. MEAL) A. J. Thomns.,
!\ TO ('HEDtTORAll An Clerk of Bald. Court.T. .
I persons' having claims or le- Frank T.nnclrum Stark: Florldn. I
niands. against the estate. of Charley Atty. for I'lf. 2-23 4t 3.11
( Ulnklns., deceased. are hereby reiiulrml I I -
and notified to file their 1'\1 ('IIIf'II'r rot iir, 1111I>FOIII> and of I
claims I In the office of the County I <'<>! "'1''', pi.oitiiMi, iv ('''.''. II 13d
Judas' of Btadford County' Florida (''':HY I H
In the; Couithousa at Stark., Florida ; John A. Zebvdee.. I'lalntlff vs. Ituth GIFTSfor I
Pr' 126 S. Walnut within eight calendar. months Zeliedre, l tod..ndant. Cane. :No. 2917. Shell Novelties I
1 1 from the data of the first publication OKUKK I (IF f''HI H'ATIOS
of this notice. or the same. willbrenme AN)) NOTICE TO APPEAR the Service Man II
void recording to law. HTATB IIF FLORIDA to: Itllth I 5Zm
"Where Good Fellows Get This February IB. 1944. Zebedva whose. lesKlvnre Is Un- 1
Together"t nnl.. HI. Dlnklns., known. I
I. F. Dlnklns.Kxeciitors .. You are appear on NATIONALARMY I
: of the Last Will, and March 27th, 1Wl.d 1.0: the above I
Testament.. of Charley' Plnklns, de named'' Court and ratine. wherein 1 cxao
t 1 / I ceased. 2-\8 4t 3-10 plaintiff Keek dlvnt.'-... RradfnidCounty J Perfumes O ,
i TelfMrtiph >lull I I publlxh I l
thin Order in next four weekly I.- I
r .
sties.Wltn..... h '
., my hand and offll
,r'', seal at Htarke. Florida, this. February Seasonal Cards o --iI
A 23rd 1844.OFFICIAL. .
( SEAL) A.. J. Thomas, STORE I
\ r As Clerk of auld Court.
3 ; FOOD FIT T. Frank I-nnrtrum, jjlarke, Florida.
Ally fur Plf. 2-25 4t S-J7 0
125 E. Call St. i Bee Gislain
IVjr i IN tlRCIIT <01 IIT. Bit tlFOHnfOI'VTl.
for O. Smith.I Plaintiff vs. ii
r a Chancy O. Smith Defendant. Case c:
:No. 148.. i
STATE OF FI.OUIP* to: Chan.-v
II. Smith whose. residence. 1.| ::159 r-
KINGTastyNutritiousInexpensive :I.ffllt,111..1&. '.. Wilmington./ North; rs

Carolina.You are. required to appear on I
:Marth' :Iii h., 1944, In the above. It's Y
named Court, and cause, wherein. Wise
I plaintiff seeks divorce. and Cuxtody.

M i t i I i -- In Telegraph of nxt:Minor four Chi vhsll weekly"/,. ntibllnh rlrnitford I.'.....this... County Order to take time out for ;l II

; Witness my hand and official' 1 t I ,.
Meal at Starke. Florida, thin Feb.rtiaiv .
22nd, 1144OFFICIAL .
?* KAI., ) A. J. Thomas.. PLAY W

\** .+r .,..- J.As H Clerk Harrison of. said. Jiicksnnvllle.Couit.. FlorIda Y I :z '"

Ally. for Plf. I-2S 4t 3-17 Ice Cold Beer '

!, Sandwiches Short Orders !' *\ .I.11".1 '1'1' ''Ol "'rH MM-'ONM a
i ii ri-iiv: : ", t.t.OIIIII\I i\ ttio.Kmlllit . Short Order Lunch .

*F Duivee rinlntirf vi..l j Pool Music =
':' .ror" C. Duryee, b..t.'dllnt. Case
Soups Full Course 0.0.; 2900. ,
l I II I ltltltln 1 OF PIM-U(',\TIOVVl
1 II \ :NOTH'K; TO At't'EAlt 5o
I '.STATE OF FmillPV: O..r..... I E. B. MILLIGAN .
I ,
'' liuryee Khxxe residence Is 10.1 I I C
Desserts Meals I1lh "Street IL.Iioken. New I
xr.I'V ? | < .Jersey.I. !
: 13tAre 1944,1Io, the .. <>\. I '
named Court and' (.all.<'. wherein
plaintiff' necks
dlrc and Custody l
E of Child" Hra"fo.tI County Tele.trrapn "
.hall publish this Order In "
next four weekly' Issues. RELAX "
Witness my hand and offlcls I and REFRESHfor ,

k Open : Quick 1 eel non+ tclrSTROUT added '

r t. J 1. '' 9 a. m. c:74nLzii:: I' 3E1L'lsa'rATW Rtl"L efficiency next dayYou're .

..'" ,1 and O""f..f .1 .....
f., proper... 3f.. ...... ....
1 .
12.- . of ._.._ .........
: .. R"",,, ,.... .n .... eke- .
it .to 1r7i7i :? s/ "..,.. 11ree eM. 11"1....
::; 5.A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY:: Always Welcomeat

j 9 p. m. /jyj/ ) Rrpmwnted Locally by the .

.,'.., ... if., Service i i9o F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH DAVIS HOTEL & '

.- lie 8. Walnut St. : BARr .

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ENJOY DANCE Hostesses fur the occasion were I .,

SO'lICC'LUB SATURDAY NIGHT Mrs.Mrs. C.Caldwell A. Knight of Ralford.of Starke. and I SOLDIER, SAILOR OR MARINE. . I Wonder Gift Shop Moves This Week TO AT\\Kl.LrKNOWN SERVICE ENTERTAIN: (''':MfSiriAN STEU GROl'I';

A committee from Ralford, Including You Are Sure of A Square Deal !
Saturday night Februarye Mrs. W. G Stringfellow. Claude Murphree, head of the
weekly dance at the U. S.Bub To Call StreetBigger Department of Music at the University
on Temple and WR hlng- Caldwell Roberta Whitfleld decorated the and Club Lila with Rae IN STARKE I II II II Larger Quarters on of Florida at Gainesville

vaa a moat enjoyable affair. spilng flowers and Leap Year will entertain with a piano concert

e, Leap Year spirit several at the Church Service Cen-
pictures. and better
selections In commodate not only the stoat
breaks were called. Music 'q I-- I ter
II Door prizes were won by Pvt. every line Is the plan of Mrs.J. from Saturday evening followingthe
the two .
furnished b Y Sgt. Arthur p.1 1'r I shops Mra.Davis regular weekly picnic
Howard Hoppe of Sheboygan. 1\(. Davis for her new gift supper.
and bls "Infantry Men. IryJ closed this week but also Vespers will be held on Sunday
which will
Wisconsin and Sgt. John J. shop oprn this week
provide for between the hours of 5 and 6 o'-
end. In the store next to Leila' space more merchandise
Drees Shop. of greater variety. clock In St. Marks Episcopal
Church after which wilt
I Mrs Davis has been operating I Tills will Include complete gift supper
be served at the Center.
BradfordPhoto I two stores, the Wonder Gift Shop i selections of every sort with sped-[ I

( located at 234 Call Street, andMargaret's i, al lines of Florida mnde souvenir
I n. Asps slops .. ." /"--
Gift Shop, across from gifts. "
I the Park Theatre She In now The Deal a,., .. IOx.
i wrapping and mailing room
consolidating these two In the new
Muigaret'H Gift -
Wonder Gift Shop at the new More
will -I.
11 I Call Street address. continued at the new I Buy
Wonder Shop Mis. .
II Davis said .
Here a large space will ac- yesteiday., War Bonds
I .. ,
For rV dom' Soft



Our Next to Western Union The second gathering of Of- THEPARK

ficers' Wives I will be held! at

Kingsley Hall on Wed., March 8.

BreakfastsAre DevelopingPrinting The time has been changed from CAFE

11:30: a. m. to 12:30.: Bridge and
Seeking to fulfill long felt need the
a bingo will be played and those

SomethingTo Telegraph/ this week inaugurates a comprehensive attending are asked to bring their 120 S. Walnut

directory of things worthwhilein own sandwiches Reservations

Starke for the benefit of busy servicemen : ; should be placed with 1lI's.VDl..

Crow Enlarging as well as civilians in our midst. 'I Chartock Box 650, Rt. 2, Staike, "Eat the Best

About I Through an arrangement for the distribution I', by Monday March 6. at

I of papers in Camp Blanding, we offer _I shlpmpn-t';; I
tart The Day Right" 12 Hour Service a medium through which local businessmen In New office nupplles And the
at Bradford forget
i can present their messages/ to the office Telegraph

CAMPDINER ExpertPHOTOGRAPHER men in uniform. In starting this service Rest"f

we sincerely hope to be of service both

i to the person who has something to sell
and the ones who have a desire to buy. f

For Portrait WorkSTOP X X I

.. You always :
- - ----- I
Corner Call & Church -I are
Skokan of Detroit Michigan lath ,1H4. In tlie nl>.iivviiniiifil
j <'Dort, ami. nuinc, UI|Mlilulntirf .
At the Sunday afternoon refreshment -| Meek. livorte ItriulfoulComity .
TH<'jrr i I'li skull puUtlflithin
hour Mrs Rawson |
Oliver\ !n JH-JII foul weekly b! -

Davis and Mrs. M. P. Gahngan dllc-H. ..,, WELCOMEJORDAN'S ,
"'II" ivy: haixl and official
representing the ladles of the heal lit StHike, i 1"I"I'ld"l tliU. ).'"!)-
I runny CI III, ]19U.!
Episcopal: Church served as host A. J. 'TIIO\AH: .
esses. As Cl 1.1 i .k of Hiilil Court.OKI'ICIAI .
( ', '. KIO.M.)
IN f.IIUT.... ('Ol It'I'. \(111) Knlftht & I'''I11aht'' Sun kc, floi'liln, --" a t ---
Ally for Pit 2-11 4t ::1-:1:
(01\1'). Fi.oimm i> C'n '\-
e. 1':11: Y.
Muxi'ne ::Scott Plaintiff, v*. Miles i\ 'I'IIB; <' % MI F 011 II II ,IMF Illlll
1' Scott J I'? Defendant. Cu e No I0I'I'1 KI.OIIIM.

2846.OUDER OF ptTtLlfATHiV:; "WHOM IT MAY ClIXCKItX:.; :: :
AND.; NOTir-K TO AlTKAIl: Nodes IH lipreliv) trt\pn that 1 BAR
STATE: op ,"KLOHIDA: Mope .have filed my Final Airoiintlntc UK
.. AdnilHlKtruli iif the KHlBte: nf
B. S<:utl. Jr. w liu ? lewUlence .
John A ohtn l iind will on the.
27lh lilY of JII'h. 1944 Inn I", -
You are required to appear on 111'1.lh'III1..11
ID (hiCounty .lu.I.... "f
llrutlfoKl, \ Con M4y, It"". I K:, K. 115 W. Call Street Starke Florida
( ,: Porrymnn" fop, Kliiiir' PIxihaiK .... ,
xnld Aanilnlxlinti'lxMt.V.NtK" '
MAKE YOURSELF l> (1.\ltl"IXKIl: Paddy Libretti Manager
II AK AdinlnlBrriili/ nf Kxtalc: of ,
AT HOME: John' A. "..ltllI. Dnr.l.'d..
2-55 4t 3-17 I 0
AT *"- S ,

iiiiKiir 1UI" ;'". mi titriiiiiiINM l
<'<> ri. ti, iIH ">. BEERCorrectly
KITTY'SPLACE < i':lit.ii '.
: ] alclh'' (nullilHixlKeli' Ililvl. I'liilii-I
I tiff VH. VI in-cut., I:KIIUK-IH: Hi:In --
I ( ...... :Xo. 2'iOMDKIt -||,
: OF" 1't'lll.ll'ATIOM
STATI2 OF" ",.IIHI"'IIIt'I'nt, : CooledDiamond
FranrlH tillervhoM.. rcHldpncH. litMr.
f', ... JOHI iihinv I Inlet, liHi-r |I'mkAvfini
*, 'Hi-er J'urk. 1 I.. I I., .SVw York.
I 223 Temple Ave. You IIIH rvfiuhed, to 1'1..1'| | It"M..h
i 17th, I lit I H. In the ittiovvimnifil
Couit unit rnoae, whrrrlnililllltlff ,
IN I | seeks. tllvnl't-'i1 I I and tllxtnilr
at I IBob' WE SPECIALIZE of Child.' Countv Tel la.graph. -
shall. pudiinh thlH Under. In
next four urHkVilxHiiH./ .
1 ; CHOPS Wltnexx mymini mitt offli-lal I
seal. l at Xtnrk, >Vlorldn' thin> Fh.riiary '
14th,, '1044.
S' Tavern (OFFICIAL; SKAI.) A. J. ThomnMAH "
Clerk of 8akl" 1 (four.
FRIED SHRIMP Wit Iter C, II..d..I>-.. | ''
L I Flu. Ally fur I'lf.! .I.II'I."R11'1 no

I IV 4'1114'I IP ('01 "'1', III! 'IIl'f..1 II,
E. Call St. Starke SIZZLING C.ftl ''1''. F'IOIIIItl 14II. t\.
fharl. loll It.., Plaintiff' v... Fern811ft"
t..fvnilnlil t''I HB Nil. 2S4I.
"The House of Friendly Service"and OHI'I'JII'I'III.I"TION" I
8TATK OK KI.OIlir' In: .Fern
"Sllf, who..> n-clil"nr IH 2IHH North
be treated right I Foui"til Hlreet)' I'filunihim, Ohio Signets
I MADE You ari r.' ulrerl Irt Hppear, on Duets
March 10th., 1444, In Mm nliovniiiutinl .
I Court and .canoe who rein ,,,
PIE \plaintiff H.rkK dlvorii* III'Rdt.,1C'.unty 41
BOB JONES I Telegraph, shall publish thin
Onlcr In next' tour wl Watches
| WllnB my head and offl'-lnt Military
Manager I AH Kinds of Sandwiches Font Ht Starko, Florida, thin ,"'"b-
'nltry 14th., 1144
1r (UFFII'IA1.. Sf.: .) A. .1. Thomas WHEN IN STAUKE MAKE' emu STOKE: YOUR .HEAD- \

I ''I Ax!I'7.: Clerk K. 1'eirvmun of Halt, (8taik C'outt Florida 1 QUARTERS.? WHETHER: YOU COME" : IN TO BUY OR

I Ally fur Plf J-11 4' 3.1/0/ LOOK YOU WILL A I. WAY R BE: TREATED) WITH

iv ('UK IIP ('01'it'r. imti)F..HiCOIMt. > COURTESY;
r 'I.ftIlIU'1 IV C.. %%-
f.tac V.ItexInH .
J"nttn lUt-rHI. Plaintiff v*.
Samuel! Jumi-x lli .
(ami No. 2927.Oltltfat
ANI1 :NOTK'R T. API'K:.\' ltSTATM Wide Selection of
OF FMIIIIII-A to- Samuel.Tam.
. .. llarrell, whcixi r..lden.'* l Is
Sl.lth.: Bomb 8lftn.| 378lh (fomlOroun. Jewelry . Military Watches . Service Rings
. .
A P. (1 bat %" Post Master
:New York N. T.
You are rvifutred, to appear on (both new mid old)
March 20th, 144 In the above
named Court and, *, wherein
plnlntlff ,..<.Ie.! dlrorc and :Maiden and many other itemsEXPERT .
:Name, Krotore'l. Bradford. County
Telegraph hall ...ubll..1Ihh.. OrderIn
next four weekly lx..."'x.Wltnena .
my hand and official'
of Hie"NEW" seal) at Ktarkr. Florida, this February WATCH and UNIFORMSCLOCK
( "p AL) A. J. Th.>niAm ..
T. Frank Landrum tH8rk. Kin
Atty for Plf. J-H 4r a-Io All Work Guaranteed; LUGGAGE; ;
IVTlH4'lir f 01 "'r. HHIIPOHI
{''':" .
Mutany, Plaintiff.' ... Trv-
In* (Mae.> Mutany. Herendanl. I'.....
No. 2595. Large Variety of FLORIDA-MADE Souvenir Gifts
0111.Ell: Of rrfJM.'ATIOV!' .

WONDER GIFT SHOPNEXT STATE AN'I :NOTICK UM FIXHUDA TO APP. AIL IrvlOVfMae Packages Wrapped nnd Mailed Anywhere in U. S.

Mu'anrwho** r ldine! InNo I' ,
:J Clinton ft.. N.w Tvrk City
New YorkrV _
You are re"Tw'r. DOOR TO LEII.A'S DRESS SHOPA : loth. 1144, In the abov The STAG I
and the "Wonder" Shops! named fotir and Consolidation of "MararetV plaintiff weka divorce and CnxIfMlrof

Proprietorship of Mrs. J. M. Davis .l"Minor araph f'hlld.shall\ publish PTadfwrd. this t'nuntfT OrderIn "Everything for the Soldier I i
Under the next four w..kly |issues.Witness .
my hand and! official Including a Square Deal"
Featuring scull. m Stark-' Florida this' Feb.
ruarr Ufh.. t'41inprrriAi.
FLORIDA fKAT.J' A..1. T".m..1 137 W. CALL STREETIv 1't !' : ,
LARGER A C&IGIFTS A. ('''.rk of said Court.
SOUVENIRS M"ra-wn, Jai-knonvltle.
FU. for I'lf. I-IS 41 10
I I F ql

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,or BRADFORD Cit". V
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.. 4 01... aWanol l I" 'ahim,'r of ,
I .... ..
:' . ' J.. whr. haw be.4w I II
4 aw
0 al set bror let K L, l)uiuf

a. ._ Ord fan Iy, Stilt kiMr ,
4' .40 0,111 -
I;;; = lie 0rnwaf 0040 N0'-'Mrt small lister, >- "' ca t
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: afltarr d tiaslat got r r
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'": I Y.N.a.11 Intel ii.r'iflse of Prooka\'llle. 1..f' M ,

1"-- ." 41MNO h .M.4ap flat tour. to bei poHitio : rI
.trim Sea a sofoouaor t the ODT D--

; I= g.raslteN M Newark fart 1IIY

- .46 Was Ha-rr 1e4 W. emburg, who ix '

;' aajrt. ..:.<.
I .5ttr M 4Hht-r.. Mrs L. H
I 1
,.. Ore 4M +01lem 0 Supervteor ".rMmwMawtsatw
*rrwrt for full r..nll. h.., .
r Wren appoint--d 0uld if,
W. fill the utm, ..
'ift rr iEi-'J' James F'. 1i..1 ,end 'wwort
.aa t + ..... F ...4
I @beof -t..tOMMlaiw.01h *40 .le .... a U,... support of
4a tfa ... ... Pearce Jf.1
all Ma. (a rk* Drninvratl'' l-i.
.... -r ... ....... a. MV. at varnoxtlv coll -
.. ;;:: _. .. I' .1. ff4of
....... .. ........- 1/1 OIT9
.. ...- ." peaduty 4 I:"'
= : ....
It a "WAWA"wN.as4aaar. k 1
arlr..r v. h2a. ., ..
a1 f'o 404 0054. 4Mtp.fully. ,
J. n. KELLY ,,"
00ti'ItMK --- - ..

di YN ,.+I:1::.. flop" e4N 'Tt 4.Dt1M1''.O'H R'i.J1 I

,l) r_.. q.4.0., of I ...::: .r_........ i MwwOtt, 04w.414_s ...owe my ,.'....lId.y.. '..a4ds. I' ow 4Yp a..aiar..... to h" offlrr of V
' .. .. 't!. ....
he a .11.,4R"Wigotlrll"M .. ;;;:: .r 4....... ,r -..i', at>mrl |). ,01 d '

.. .,. J. 'n n afar .ws Well the vol- \Iff'. ". ..tiT.
.r.4t .... ...... It m* In the past .. .1fr. tII
4 on M goo -f'5. WW Ow... tf.m tat if reelected .n'.1 .
r- wash a"a I .. _.
unduct the af- W
i H.......-........ .... of .Cr' In mi hon<*H* ....1 at .
+ltiwr$000 a" ......' fMl manner dov ,.f A
11.-* ... .! my th..nk s for (UFY1l'!..
L tip ._ ... wart '>rt nn May 2n l. A. "; 1
Pw0 frtD4.eur4aast fb0p.e'fully, T F.a. t ...
P. triHriir>. RttDl)1:11 Al I"
a.+a4 ) !
41/aa4ai0 a _
r ( .
t.wlwt 1.Lmo.. 4 w star elroK ('01'ItTam 1Voters n
I a 4wiad54a'for roelfotltmof 4 .1 'TY
=-..:.- '" II%& ...... < M'.rl< of I'lrrlllt 4 Y.N t
{ ' 'awe. ..%>... .CO 'h. will uf thi Ryiv.a. 4'Oal
/ : : -*-'" tat tot ..,' lx>m rratl<- I'rl I.
a.iF one. daft'
........ ... /w.r4a.
It..... 1 m.4a kD4.W.4he ppopUf nit"'.. '
.4wet.dl awls It Mto ..... .... 4Sasw4e_ for 'h,,lr frlencliihlpMC ANSI, ?."
tot .... ___ .... Kirvnipnt, and If STATr'Pall
a4we 00 e 4trer _-......d I will render faithful Itl ..... -4
swoomaw ar -
W Ik offlrand take every .4 n..h
... > *
04 ae-asltta .
l Mls.w Nom .11..ln. my ...p..r.e. .'- You. at"
tit 'roar nlld.n. April A I
... .- ..... .,.. .-..-- A. J. THOMASCLASSIFIED. ,I "OU" ...

: w iwa Y +"'

rF"y $ : 401. .1

t 4.04s w
... .. ...
404.0t .

!; :. ..:...;..,. 411.0 .a WANT1C1J--Hot. keper at once IF YOU WI
40.141.. '" raw.... r4aw .lwr OM.| IMHB an.' wages for rell.fcU I milk coo
.. .. ... 0 M. 5.Paait ,...1IOn. Wire or write tie atorktouch

? a ....... 422 Kathryn Drive. totBox i

.won >*rk_.W.. Fa. lip 241
: xoqw.e .. _
/ ... .u.'--1 City TelAuction I
.. ....... 4104 4allMa Mfr.daaM, rtTKTItSHKD IIC USE on Call SI M
i a 0.05500 040,0 far .!.. Can r- allze 30 percentIMI
_. ,_ .. .. _. Lake Cltday
Manse 4404 newaiiiall It... ... Mfr.-tro.nt. P O, Box 741 Pals ]
a..4.. ar" doo4s 1r .alk. .......... ,- Mark lip
_... / 0...... -me Sue a4awaal..
t.few 4: =- -: -r"i1k. :. "Oft KALKCMC t farm mule anti

,. 4-44 a" .... 1440 e.tw1 0Now wa**. R. Vewnnme'H farm
..* *, ... -.*. St. '*" wear Formers'latket.. it a cal d I
--o M-" -'- (-" Pdatlta.I"OR ,
\ ........ .'.e .aw.r. ..<* .4H| n .
:.i ,. . .............. 7''I''UO -.01'111"1.chooJ
.- .- -. .... SAJJ
-- __r. highly qualified will Pill
.... .. 44rro r..... ..vfR ttailsor grammar junior high and 'Ion T .
-d rat
w- aninewl
orbital at".I..nlll in all sub-
I W all + --- $385
-... .- ,._'. .... ,. ell pots r._ 5< J lip
... . ,. now ............a 00 .-. time .J i
atsawar .soli *04 Hour
.. ..... .4e .... lUllfll rnn'TTft ;E property tot
051. rvir > 50O. Five-room

'f.-c-.. Mri.... Nitric Iights. wale.lain .

0.ier0W41'i "I.a ac t Also small I II

.. JT"W <-- .. ..mi'iiiiai brie M* tats p oHrty Located
saw Alt. ** '* % *
._ .. ; new Dfooh-o .. Fla.. on Beaut
W' .,.... ...... .....- 4r.01 ..4 04ti ....k. Swi u. Brokers proA..t't. -
.. "" .. ..- ...
..rtt'bl 0l0 a A O Shfmi
r .4hr .. ? Awe uaa -""
t'. ..< v t * aa.f total St., ickxonvlllr. Fla
... tfa. *k. ..Mh ...
3-3 !5i
.. ... ,
\ Jt .y!_.. .*.* *
9 .w* WHY-=:
two 4 p.'rlcnccil women

(or aftnpiakiiv o r k. Apply
L MaM00p10a Mlstsg Tal. 'rs. 129 E Call

'._- M ewaM . ......*.. Up
.. 44..0.o . _. .
- -- --
-- --
.. ._ .-A
. ........wra'4a PWt HALE.ating Rabbits
.- -. ..... "--1 t* S po i nil 3. dressed free
't. ..a .. ....rw1a-. ..
HM rabbet s nd save potnlh
t .. ;; :::. = W r Noosed H 11 10, King"

.. ""' .... ... hjy VtBap. 2tp
.. ... .. ..
lit aMMs nMni -i.ii a e '
f 40 AHTF.IJ) TO nY Double
-- .4,.. 40......0t04t4w wire plow See atom

farm oa Ratf 't Road 1-2 mile
.wra .< wr* from Btarke. I H. Bennett lip
I or ft"01ea w r-.
... ,,'..* 4.i..
-r.N..JU SUI'PORTS Brassia .
Ii: i.' .s -Call on Sirs Bertha

e>.! ?. fr a| polntment -- 305

\ .\ I IS YOUR JOE SECURE tift UadiMm 81 2-23 4tp

N 1'.40 Of\JI.LJ. .S -e or write

aallftIae 1I ',,, catlon. Rt 1.

lit:; I AFTER THIS WART.. 18l4t 5.i-$4 81e e. Fla.2-25 Sam 4tp

;...;r' \ .
I"t3, Rlllhlf'ge and
w. ell boom Naas su'u TI 4=04wp .. Npor' thousand.

i" ..1 s.igns.. alwtt ..a.t tone.a '. P1An 1. 'II m, Arcadia.
.. 1"dk 2-25 3tp G
,. ..: **swoop as c. IATt WIt. .ft d4d l/. -

. M.. Stills .ha .... maw 5040 ON Srtr4.. IItT H-k-tail fox hound fe-
/ ,:to Named I u d y Notify
I ih ,pK Lot sebm Mr.4e 1 se strl.r WNAV 0r P"a
MQ Mi Kim "y 2-25 2tpWA.MTKU
I ..' .... ..., ... .......... ... ...........

.' fl iir->rienced stenog-

l rlww. f. loseasst oe able to take

roped tftrtatloe and be a speedy
yt .* ICIINEST B. GRAHAM YJIMC Please writ Box ...6.

.... r.lon. ItpWA.TED
1 ll/e ALL-I"I.ORIIJA f.O''EII:' UR

: ".;T .... 1.latwlms era.

.. t>i4tam* tom *pr lii mi. few r.... located within 20 I
.P': ..H>. .f siarkeIt ItVI
From where I
i' sit. . Cat '.ll Street w

l W. T. CLUTE. Realtor )
WHY W"'IT'.1 orders
uce your
.' 6y Joe NUrcHLm mow far your tiick We have VI
t... tl eas every 1 u e s d a y. New \1

t, "' Haaaaktr Rd. and White botTt

.. J U aTlMH_ froa R.O.P. roosters

j Mart!.'. doc Vessel an a tfawslat ... .-jag eve at tobaaaw AM dUrka f utrantreil from
rampa lat ...*. .illhul.ue meet" a adaalt of Jalsr boom i..t.J f. poliorum and oa

of EU Carry twa IMM .'tloorkol .." -mom a.air...... Ala fryers at cell-

Naturally. WM Pretty ..... leer 0.0.1 artslttlis amw- Slow ....... \1t A iDIN'S HATCH.MY I I
Went around vowum to wan 441 ...." AM a- ..yohaws Mo a.L >rah of Waldo

Inc 10 p' ILIa shotgua sail hhr4r ma'd'e Ctls hrstalsra :"ft atom.... 2-4 6tp
s the biases out of Law's4utg..... if ........ tea ply forson..

f bJa And Leif salt,.-tot r.- ea6000 1 Stria;. mamma be f'1tIUtAJIIEJIIT .. A V 1-:. 59c Do

him try It and 1'U blow the Waal a tae awease leap Mo aw4esaa M ...... Vol own rniAnent with e
out of Aiwa Ought to hoop kM 44.-0.0 .loss..l ...... ae'g4.4Mwe ttA4.ei KerI 't Complete

chickens lucked Mil\ i UJ'- tlt.seeaot Illiko.aagl i/r ev a0 oltatgm-6R Ilk idling 40 curlers .
11'1 ., filii --- ..4 Maespoo. Raay to do. absm6aboW -
Bat Bd a4 t>a* Mo real j 00 Sol
4wt sirasp 1f J L 1\\ arsai.. Praised by
t Icktj s.a.ahla i Mtl -- AM ...
wbota bag swl.oommmo oral art "U .... ic llag Fay Mef -
tklag was aatsladlaaa loft t
Virbonr I.m bti4sd Nd over toe Watse.e. glawar .< movie star,

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cr-- t Ml, O STORE

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I weeks. prior to1, STATE: OF PlAiiI.
POLITICAL !.> oIl"h''I(''* 'h" ilutlef i>f the <> Miss/ Eleanor Dnishlmer of jennings, returned Tuesday ffcim tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County ald foul. return consecutIVe day. R. lore., who,. "!"hl.' \ .
I fl.l ... to tho beet of my ability, .MX I Newark N. J. who ha been Louisville. vlnlteJ Telegraph dial I pulilich till* OrderIn and official I F. Stre.t N. E.. | .'
.: ANNOUNCEMENT: I lii v.. rtoiuIn I the lOLMI Ky.. where she next foul weekly l..ueWltneHH ". Witness my hand uunty., You .are refillll-e.l Wai,8.. ,' ..

L -J I.. WYXNKOII : visiting her brother. F. L. DurHhlmer her son, Pvt. La.wl'enceVestburg., Htarke my ItO'Florida.tid, Hiitl thiS.official let real Florida at, this Slaike 21,..t Bradford day ..t I..hno..r March 20th, 1944. ,,,?,! >
'" KOII JoI( I4)oT. ,.rKni\TiMM-: and family of Staike.' who l III stationed in a near Kent I at I A. J. THOMAS: I named Court and ",, '
camp i944.
Ill of Mul' '' 1944. A. D. .
;. I h.r'h.r..p'tl' m) a" a can- I ( 01'NTV 4'1UIMIOI'ItibIetrict ( ) Bradford plaintiff seeks. ', "hi"". for the ..rfl...- of Superlntend' >... 4 ''and mo I he i- and staler MrR. F. C. there. I I (OFFICIAL. rfKAI.: '.) A. J. Cleik. of Circuit Court, I I County Telemaph Mnii"n''
1' of I'llbllc Inxtrilctliin' nllbjectto I hereby Hnimunce that I will T'uishliner, and Mix Margaret An Cleik of mild Court. County Florida. i iT this Order In next. I
L. ''I' tho pleaaure of the voterx In thlrilmaiy be a candidate. for re-election an Pvt. living Etleftl. formerly of '1'. Flank I I Uiucliuin.( I'Ilal'I"1'J'hUIIIU'1. (OFFICIAh SKAI.I ) IxHueit. r"""
\ I Klecllon: of May. 2. IA44If County CommlMHloner from ]>lntrlttKitur Durshlmer of Brooknvllle' left Miami Beach was. recent guestof Ally. for I'lf. 3- : Prank nndrum, Attorney for I Wltner
'.: i-i-i, tecl to thin office" 1 will at roipiirlxlnfr the, voting I |il.,ii-- ,. to return to her pOHition ---- Plaintiff( :--23: .t 3.11 my hand m,,,,| ,, ,
'I' nil I I t Ih I UII, condtivt mjrxelf I |III n muinei : ,clnctM of 'Hampton' ThereHna nni. William Rose '% (.ltt( i I'"' <'Ml HT. r >HH nt Stark*. Florida I'I"I ;
L o conducive' t V""I11I1..n\ of ;, If elei'ted. I will con- as a supervisor In the: ODT De- and while neiVserved/ as godfather I. (Sot Sl1 .........u" ltllt '\'- f\ IIU'I "'1' .0181' .tlt'I'OUIl 16th.. 1844.
HIM I .-.tiu itloual x,.xf eiTf fI f thlH tlnua to trallHHct. the Jut. If.. of this purLm lIt at Newark. Hebrew ceremonies for t I.llt.Juu.i; .'IU( v.',. .. ..OIlIU', I 8 ".'\- A
at J
i ,.0(1.11, itv, I enrtwxtly' xollclt your fflce In H fair and ImpiirtluT. man- I *llllaniM., 1'lHlnllff vii. Carl t'I1 K VOCOI'KH THOU>>
: oIt(. .and "'H.on ., : |I"? ""'. an I have tried. to do. In theI'nNt MI'!!. Harriet: Wenlburg, who Is' the Infant son' of Cpl. and Mrs. I I I. \\VIIluui! (...SC Na.; T. (lore. Plaintiff. v... Anna A. riei-k, ,,.t t '.Id
-I'r.ri'\'IN': .1'S. F'1CJ1 . Vou.r vote .unit nupport wl|l li II lure, Defendant. Cane Nit 2 40.OHI '
',: i .IK greatly. \ irerlitledY.. making an extended visit herewith Rose.Mrs. I :rWtltlltl'U (>F l>L'HLIA'I'.O. >.Hlt OF IM'HI.K'ATION j I Knight & *'
: ? -T. C. CIfATAIN.i'os'rv h(!r daughter Mrs. L. H. and Mrs. A.Nt NOTICK TO APl'KAIt [ Atty. for Pit. .-I','
;"' ." 4 orfvI .'OI" 1.JoI'O";. 1:1t: T. J. Thomas AM: l't'1t'I Id Tl APPKAU8TATK __ I
4 _' hereby annon-ncB, ju y cuitilld.iryfur . G. P. Swalles of Valdosta Ga.. I OF FLORIDA to. : Carl ,I.NCIIllain I.. --
; ,." f'oitnty 4i>mmlxxloner, I. from" nl|MIrlct .'0'1"10"10:11 for the. offlt-w pt Mil|><*r vlHor ofKcKlxtratlon .. whose Mldenue itt L'li- --- - -
.; Nm 2. mil/ject-1' .. the will of IM"lrlvt >... it for a. full tern h..v- :..fl'G./ V. Phillip of Lake City know n.Vou ----
', : 'tIM euiictatu| | u.t"i-M Iji 1>" l>1'1- ]| I h'; eiiy. a ii ii on n'e my cnndlducyI lug' Joel. recently teen uppoliitrdbv i and Mr. and Mrs.\ S. M. Simmons are required to appear on
mnry, ..1 I.etIol. May 2. If elected, I for County I ('tim, I Si ICC loju.r of l ii l.e- .Iho Irivrrncir to till the un..,x- I April :inl., liNt. In the aliom nuiiied -
I I promlxe. fo 'help' 'admlnlxter the i ii trlrt No<: 6 couiirlln| the lYnoker |>I red! term of Hon.( Ju...-" "'. Itnlllnir ,l- and son, Tom of? Petersburg, Va., Court, and ,'au..,". wherein iluln- NAT :
,i affiilrH of.Hi* entire' county In an1hnnext 1 011.1t..w: River 1'reclnctH Muhjectto .h:4 . fair und square manner to ,' the will nf the Democratic. Voter vote. Slid ai't 11 I,.*. miiMiort' of Ttleifi'Bpli shall publlMli. thIs Order. Guess I've
'r the bent of my.' abllltv. Your vote In the I'llniiirlen In May all voterM, I In the. ppmoorulli' lfrlnnirl Pearce Monday Ut next four weekly. |HtuifVltneHH ''. a
( ,::. nml,' active Hiippnrt will be irreullyAppreciated. The vrite mill, actIve Hupport of ..H III May ore eerltpetiy. nollC'llfd. \ my hand and .official mind, folks. All I can think,
.f,; I If 1 tho voter In the district are earn- lClllfl'IT CO I II"'. IIRDVf> seal' Ht ..sturktf Florida, thIs Id l S S talk about Is the
!!< -E. I.. Crawford.FWU ......Iv: Hollc-lted and 1 prnmlxe If I If elected' I will faithfully perform -, .'OI''I'V' .LOUIU". I" III, ''''- day of Man-li 1941.U.'ICIAL ICetl CtWK
t eli.i'leil, to dlnc'liarsc. .. the dot Ii's nf -aih anti every duty rmiiu-rt- ('..:IIV. 5 ( 81-JAL.) A. J. Thomas, c. least until tlilt drive |k OUr
NIIICItlKKTo I the office In a fair and Impartialmanner. ed] with lli. office 'In Itn vfflrlrntmanner. .liihn) Dnvld Cliul'lv. Plaintiff, VH.Kthel A. Clerk of said Court.V. don't expect me to be funnv'n
.." The vnferx, uml clllsen of daddy, Defendant. Case No j Frank andrum, JSlal, 'k... Florida ,
4 ....J. Itrndford County! | -:M. O. HAmtKM... ItcKpvctfully. ... 2960. Atty. tar l-lt. 3-3: 4t :3Olll 4 week. There ain't nothing tiu

::11' > ;11" I hereby Announce ''m)' randldacvfor . I J. ... KKI.I..Y ORDER OK PlinLKATIONANII about the Red Cross
M t KOH < o> % 111.ii: i- 'r. i I )l-it OP PIIILI"I'IO11 aud ,
,.1 rn-ifiectIon I to the office ofKherlff :<<: I NOTU'K: TO Afl'ICAU
I hereby U II ii nit"" .' .of lli-uOforJ, ('uunty. In I..oit ('(Ii >TV t'O'IWlidMlOIItIilitl'II'I : STATE OK KLOIUDA' tol: NthelUaddy .NOTICM TUPIMOlt thing our boj,
for the office. of ( (inst. H 111.3 of I>|Htrlct ; The tate of Florida. tu: It. It.
which I am now xervlnif my Hecotidterm. One | whose reuldence i,. McCnU : all parts of the world. Jr
: ; ;
No<: I riiniprltiliiK', I the
votlnicI'reclnctn .
Ii : ; Hluce, my elecllun a* your, I hereby announce. my i-nmllflnry Month Carolina. Ktrlckland. 'J. \t. Jonea, Jollies M.Jiinen y
., t, Sheriff I have at all time conducted of I.awtt'y. North<: Ktarkeand for reelection to t I) .. nfrire of i iininty You .are required to appear .on Fanny I' Jones, Faille B. lieen takinga $1 inPml4
q. of thin mOld Important Multi starke.. Miibject to I thc I' ('onimlHHloner I I ITfrailford Jones, Fannie II. JOIIOH, Mrn. A. 1>.
the tlutle this
will Itlxtrlft One, April 3rd., 19((. In the above named take s $10 year. w'
of the Jinmocratlc
,; .' ',:. office In n fair, huneut Voter In County Florida.. I greatly' i Court und cause. wherein plaintiff AnoJ. ....... J.V.. Alvarez, William, .
ll he I'rlmiirlen''ln'
; loiU'O'itiile. and 'ImimrtlMl .....n..r. May. Ht,DI l>i ..cliile I the confidence the voterH weekji divorce. Bradford County H. lingers, Jennie H"lam"11- it to reach our quota t
4 The' vote nnil active of
nupnort .
list C. Julie, JessIe Jon" Andrew -
In aeeklnff re-election I am clolncrIK all huvo Khown In me In the punt Teleicruph shall publish thin OrderIn
Peinovratx In saul I"ltrlct t
; rI on my record an your Sheriff) are. Hml BuKiirn 'them that If reelectedI next four weekly IxHueii.WltnenH Olsen l>1'. Junien' M. Jones, F.I -
cii rued iy solicited I and I I
,; tar the |Inlet year' during promlMe.. will ronllnue 'to uuntliict the affalm my hand and. nfflrln '. I'ooner. Fra II c e M 1). Footier,
If elected to the dill leit .
wlilch I have nt all timed MervedIn dlwiharre of this office In an honest, I weal. at Htarke, Florida. thin Int ...ran. ... LI. HodifeH, Owen Owen.,
(i r' a. manner that I feel free toxi.llclt of the I office. In a tearless and Impnrtlut efflilent and Inipnrtliil mon ncr. day, : of Mari-h.' 1141.OFKIC1AL. Owen OweiiH, Jr., Truliy and l>uvl... SPRING

._J ,. ; ;: your vote: and nup|>..rt In manner. -J. U SirX'OX.'O Assuring you of my thanks for ( SKAI.' ) A. J. ThcmiacAn N.V.. llacket. J. W. llodKea.. M. It. NEW
r k the primary election uf Mnv. 2.1 I your vot.. and support on May 2 ml. I t'lerk of BHld Court. t-lddon. H"IUch..ll.: K. II. AI.>
___ I_ huva Nerved Sheriff 1..1 I IMI vuiex.' If liMiiK, and, If any of them
I inn an I volt \ ,, !'\Ml.K I>,,,'r. 1 Reiipertfully, T. Frank, indriiin, Htarke, Florida
of lh..' ''m."t try 11>ic time* Inthe T b.*rebv announce mynelf. AH n P. U. ninii' I AttyforPlf. 3.3 4t 3-24 he dead' all 1mI'll.' olulmliiv lu
hlMtory of Bradford. County and "'"'( 'er..t under any suds deceaHed ori
candidate I for Countable' IMKtrlct, MERCHANDISENOW I
/ t invite you at any time tu Inventiculw !- (MlMrke, ., awtey and llellbronn I) I Inubjitct i van ('I.I.ltICCIftCII'F '.'OI'IIT I is rinri-iT 'flIRT iu \I'l"o"n i .tlier\vlMe In or to the land. here.
.: , .; mrr.. -.rd. I. have worked to the will of the l>emo1 .I' I am a i-andl'lnte for rn-elfcl Ion (O'TY Ki.oiiiim IN ('" \>,- batter denc-rlbed and to ail unknown
,t, Ht all linen.. to. ", aka Ilradforil 1 '..1111.* voter In the primary elec- to the offlc-e of Clerk, if ClriMilt ('10:11 V.Sylvester. perHona claiming any right
: / County a r..p..t"bl. ,plnrc. to live. Inn May 2, 1M4.! t am experiencedI Court" till Liject to the will I I I of I ii.. V. Richardson Plaintiff title or IntereHt In Hitld lands. ; ON DISPLAY
I arneiitly nollrlt your vole, and In poll" e work, havlnir been em people, In the next liemot-ratlcr I'rl- I t VM. Salty Hell 4ltiehardeon Defendant. which lands are situate In Bradford
. .II"I.urt" on May 2.k I ploveil: In thin capacity both In < mnrlfn. Cane No. 2JI.11:\ County Florida' .and desert Iud
-A. 0.g ANIWKtT.KOH ; . "Htarke and at Camp MlHnillnv. Nfl I am' Indebted tl''I '' people of oni BR OP PfRUf'ATIOV an follows: ppprflrSSSrSS SsS r ,-
; : I I If elected I will dlHchwrtre the dutleH his f'niintv for friendship, ANt NOTICK' TO APPKAU Commence at the Quarter Section
; .1 COI'ITr r(,"'t'>IIHSIO1VKIlIMHTIIICT 'I' of this office In a fair ami support. and .encouragement ant If RTAT OF FMtHIDA to: Sally Corner on tiiiet: Boundary of
TWO 'Impartial manner. Your vote and re-elected I will render faithfulnervlra Pell TUchardrinn. whone residence is. Section 32 Townnlili, tf Mouth, DRESSES
i At the r"iiieHt of many of my Hiippnrt, will be greatly appreclnt' In the office and take every :114 I Hancock Ht.. Hrooklyn. N. Y. Htfng-e 22 Kant, thence run North
P ', frl.ulN., I hereby announce. n u 1 for County t'minle.Iin.rfrom -=:.:.A. 'II.I.YAW'I Hiitlon of your confidence. April 3rd.' 19((. 'In the above named and 40") minutes Went 4U8
IXMtrlct Nnmlwr. Two (North .' '.' < A. J. THOMAS.CLASSIFIED"' Court and cause. wherein plain- feet to point of beginning thence "
ron 01' % -r\x III
Starke and If Nnmln t P d and ---- ______n___ run Mouth 89 degree and 40 minute .
I I hereby announce mv candidacy AND SUITS
I* Klprted: I will contlnuo tu nerve I.. Miicc'eed. mvHelf aM Tax Collec. l ltor Went 242: feet thence run
.. In the bent of my nhlllly AH t hov. of Bradford to1 j North<: 875 feet thence run West.
County mihject
I; 1' In the paHt. I wl .h to titanic my the Democratic primary to .be held, ADS I 710 feet thence run South 1 degree -
T friends for their tat Nupiiort and Mnv. 2nd. 1144 I have tried to 30 minutes Kant. 675: feet
I ho|>" that you will again favor me render you faithful', honext. and efficient uiriu'e run East 893! feet thencerun SPRING COATS
: : ,,. with your vote In the May i Mervlce, HH your Tax Collector. ... South 204.3 fret' to right: of I
: ninrloM.Arnln. of State Highway. No. 1.1,
1'1.1 I solIcit way
earnestly your vote
thanking you I m.Your. nml support Hiid If elected, I xh.UIfoittlnue j WANTED-Housekeper, at IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL thence run North 50 degree and I
4C "HpHrtfuny Good home and once'j I 24 minute Kant along Maid. State
I I to render the MaineXITMCO wages
you milk cows!! stock beef
'U-tNF.It.: cat.
'I I. cows .
ztL a* I have. In the paxt.CAM I liable Wire highway No. 13. :31* 5 feet to BATHING SUITS
'"f.11"10". I. A. KNKIIIT. person. or : tie, stock bulls or hogs get In point of <*...",Innln",. lying" and
f '9 ,"onrOI'>TY :n Wtlmot 6422 Kathryn Drive, touch with J. D. .being In SE'.4 of NK'-i' nt *aldSection
llltYHICT! 'r"l1:N Odom. Jr.,
FOR C'UI %'.'% .11 IXiKTo I and containing .1 t.611 aer..n.11I101' .... ...
; i cnnill- I Iii Jacksonville Fla. ltp _
; T wish to unnuunuw mv u
Box 247 Starke Box
204 Lake less
f; '. ax member I of tlie I Iliinrd. i>f I my ninny. friend, and xupporterx ; '' or :
ic-y of Itroil'fort) (' I wlxhto YO":0.:.;,> KACU OF YOtf
ttunty 481
(PonimlKHioiierH. l)lMtrltt :3. City; Telephone Lake City.
I'ounty I vxpreHH" my I thnnlcM' for your paxtHupport FURNISHED hOUSE. on Call SI. whether known (0,' U unknown arehereby
Hotith MIII rke. Kul"j. <-t to DIM willof Auction market E'S
haslie..ii S H 0
t. "' announca' my cii liii II I for sale. Can realize 30( every Tuesday notified' that a suit
'v' I ) I lie I Dvmiifratli'elertonMuy voIN 3. 1 I In Imve the { itiicv::: ..r" :re-election, : a I*ounty.Imlire : I percent Lake City 2:39: : every Thurs- 'h'ollltht. avalnvt I you I In the -
'I primary for another" term. It IH mv I Itiopi on investment. P. O. IIox 741 circuit Court of Ftradford, County,
uf llruUford County
liens rmldent
: a I 2 P
day, Palatka M. 1-6-44
1'' and desire ti> continue to ] Starke Florida, In Chancery Ca"e No.
title IH tile flrxttime
Mine and
;. IMIIII 2:>47. l iiy F. n. JoneH plaintiff, and RATIONED AND TIONED
ghi4 I f have ever ,anker' fur a pub. xerve I the "arood" peopla of I the Countv NQN..RA
In t the .efficient conrteoiiH MATTRESSES: In which you anil each of you arod..t..nd"n'
licnfflrn.. If elected., t prumlxM InIraiiHHit sonic | RENOVATKDfurniture !: -
mule and
SALEGood farm
{" 'the".r. ilixlrlctml ., mid, economical I manner& ax. I havoIn FOR *: that the. relief Houithtn
I 4.J l the rounty ut lance mv In a fnlr the pant and lick. for your continued wagon.-R. A. Newsome'n farm upholstered. Drop us saul milt IH to quiet and confirm .

4ti "? Hurt, lm|"iii'tlul, \ mtinti"'r'. to Ihe .bent. I I I Kiipporl" nncl vole. In I the I near Ftirrneis' Maiket. It a card. Hastings Mattress Co., ..Irt.Intltt.* title to said aboveilesurilied $2.98 to $5.95Sternberg's
coming pilmiiiy election In May. land a* an I lndefealhl'ee
of 'mv ttofllly. I ulll wrenllv UI'I' Palatka Fla. 2-18 4-21
,. prfX'lata your vote nnd' "lIt iit"l't, I Qua. llf lent t titus, character and, exjei dlmpla title, and you are here-
i- ,. .1. tlonl'UH.FIMl | fence of candidate, I xhould, il.. *- I TUTORING Northern school I h v required to appear" (personally .
') I I"V. tetmliie I fur, whom Y'I"R'ot your I FOR SALE-Late 1936 Pontiac i or by attorney) i In soul Court and

I'01 M'l ( O "IIIO'\ S11: I Vole III any election.Hlnce teacher, highly qualified< l>l lrli>< Three 1 I have been your County. tutor grammar Junior high and 'he ,alleguitlon of ,plaintiff worn
.. I w I i-li. ti> Kit 11011'11CC' mv Cli 0- I II Iu .1 liii 0i' I have tried to conduct.. the tion. Three good tires one fair. Till) of Complaint will be taken
I "I r4 4. ill people I anil County and If vou reelect County Telegraph I I. hereindeolg' ''.
; u 'r of the Hoard" of County f'uinntlMnlonerM 1 jects. Pone S6-J. Itp
: time la .
from I IHxtrlft Three (MouthHtarke me It I tO my Intention. to continue front of Bradford nnted 1'h.. duly ritinllfled newpaper *.
I ,, ), Hiibject ti" the will of I Ii.. I to conduct.. I It utiMciriNhly I anil 1 House. ltp In which till notice shall.
I.JI vi.terH In I h. May :3 prlnuiry I for the bext Interest '..r all.Kexpecl LAKl FRONTAGE property for be ,published once each week for
und, 1 I f ullv, ... .
will uppredule your vole xtip-I ..
nnle. Price 1500. Five-room ----- -- - - - - - - - - .. ..
% .1'.1.t and If -elerled. will rntltllilie. ij:. K. I'KUHYMAN.: : - - .

Cuunty .Indict'., electric light I *, water.

J ELECT I It. KOIl MIIKIHKK bath. Ten. aCI' II. Also small

1 lit I he tile. inetniN of annonncincrmv hike) on this property." Locatedne'ir
ea nilldticv for I the office of
.1 t.. .;;: LEX GREEN I Sheriff of I llrnilforcl I ;: Conntyi xubjoctto :Melroxe, Fla., on Beautiful
t the will of the I>r mix-mill'I >\'111PI' I Lake Swan. Brokers pro- r LIk
1ft / In 'the prlmtirv election' of Mav .
_ _ _ _ _ 3. 1 044 If electeil', to 111 In 'poaltlonof. tefte'd. Address A. G. Shemcr,
,); I blltll rexlmiiMlbllll' v. I will dinichaiHre 1 2217 Post St.. Jacksonville. Fla. C ((4 'h 'i I N.
i i,
the ilutlea of the office to S S
, I 11,. beet of mi' nbllllv anil In n :3-3 3lpWANTKD t,
,' I : I fair and Impartial manner Your
'I i.l ; ,I'c' : vote and. active. xnpport, will ,bKrenllv ,> IS THE DIFFERENCE
.f\ alilirei'iiltpil.SIncerely" ,. II two experienced women
,* : fu. alterutlon work. Apply S
j M. U JOHNS. -
.r Itlandlng Tailors 129 E. Call
: 'Cllt 'eMI.:51)lt U. 'I' ,, ..'" St.. upstalis. lip
I ht-rehv I iinnonnce mv c'Bmlldm-v .
for re-election to the office. ofAHHPXXOI -- -- --
. of TaxeH. ii nil eiirnextlyxolblt FOR SALri: Katfng Rabbits t' SHOT DOWN BY

your' vote nnd ii ii"Ii unit I I'rom-' from, 3 to 5 pounds, diensed free. '
: |let|ott yctu that I If I nm nomlm I teil Sa
I and, re-elected.. I will I Hive" vou four Kit rabbit and save points. ..

,ore of honed, faIthful. und \v. P. Bennett, H. H 10. Klnnsley -

''G _ _ _ Impartial service I .. I Village.\ 2tp
4j. I i "''''i< inir vou f e mixt 'n.'or.// $ ZEROS
and triiBtlnv a continuance' of the
O !I.9R CUtuP, I a iiiYour. WANTED TO BUY.-Double 8tOlf.:
N- luoxt Hlncerelv It
with See
1 FOlTftt W. HAYKS.OK . plows. me I.
nMTOr AH PUPil : farm on Raiford Road 1-2 mile .t, ..
;: HE Will KEEP FAITH WITH YOU Put,,iiK.rioni CIPI'IIIC4)II.\TIOV I,I from Starke. G. H. Bennett. Itp I or' S.) J hiS .;. . '
I hereby. announce my candidacyIS --- ------ --- ---------- . S'S .. .:.
SPENCER SUPPORTS. Braasl- w .v" ft 'o"J
I'' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'o\ .
Ii' ereaCall on Mrs. Bertha n- i "

YOUR-JOB I :t'eaice for appointment. 305( 'I' .... ..

i', E'. i I SECURE vv*. Madison St. 2-25 4tp . > :

i I IGROUNDED '" ? /
WELL, DKlUUUSTlf-See.( or wrIte .

"i I'to/r/ I..ehJA.t'J1ew.',:, .I....cllUon, Rt. 1. h\I;>' I!' .

AFTER THIS WAR ? I. '\ .,BoJ'I-p''Mel Jill'. FlaSam ;v'
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I ,. W. all know state problems .must b ..V, S ) .J jxS Wqper q thousand. : .:; .

.41 S ::1 solved. But HOWl Ernest R. Graham' ",, ..;. .rn'Plant: l '1<'al'm. Arcadia. .

? S :-.1;; answer U CREATE WORK. H. did tit; ./Fla. 2-25 3tp BY -

here after the last war and prospered.; LOST Bob-tail fox hound fei"ile. .

.5 5 Let him show you to sftte !M!!! war you Named J u d -.Notify '.. S ,
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LUtlngs on apartment, house or
S homes for rent, located within 20( I
miles of Starke It doesn't always take a Zero to ground a FLYING FORTRESS Another crack-shot enemy.

: From where I sit. . 119 East Call Street : VENEREAL DISEASE-can, do it just as effectively.

W. T. CLUTE Realtor .: When it strikes, the hands of the entire crew'a re tied-grounded-until precious replacement3

1 I L WHY WAIT?-Place your orders are brought up. A plane might come in on a "Wing and a Prayer"-but it can't take off with

S .j" oy Joe Marsh S now for, your chicks. We have VD throttling its crew.

them eVery T u e It d a y. New VD saboteur of home
our 'front and
Hampshire Reds and White military, must be controlled: -it's 'a weapon which must

....... ... be taken from the hands of enemies.
....- Leghorn!! from R.O.P. roosters. our . .

: ::1 Lem Martin's dog went on a chatting over the qnarrel aa If U All chicks guaranteed from That's everybody's business-to help wipe out the world's most deadly disease. There i is

rampage last week..kilted four were a kind of joke. hens tested for pollorum and only one to KNOW . .
S way FOR SURE-have blood
.; of Ed Carey's best hens. "Shucks," says Ed, "them approved. Also fryers at cell- a regula'Hy.Consult .

Naturally Ed was pretty mad.hens didn't amount to much no- Ing prices. WASDIN'S HATCH.

S Went around vowing he was goIng how." And Lem says: "Just the ERY, 3 ml. north of Waldo. your family phys'cian or go to a free clinic'

: to get his shotgun and blow same' I'm bringln you a barrel 2-46tp

the blazes\ out of Lem's dog when, 0 apples to pay for 'em." Sponsored By

h. saw him. Arid Lem says "Let From whrr I sit. It would be PERMANENT WAVE, :59c! Do

S him try It and I'll blow the blazes a lot better for the world If folks your own Permanent with YOUR WAR. IME HEALTH COMMITTEE FLORIDA

S out of Mm. Ought to keep his would settle their argamenupeacefnlllkesluing Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete STATE BOARD OF HEALTH

chickens locked up, anyhow." around equipment, including 40 curlers LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT UNITED
tt over a friendly gLass of beer- and PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
Bat Ed and lm arc really Inatead of shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely -
going oft half-cocked
harmless Praised by -
mighty sensible fellows. And
t: ," making mountain oat of
the whole thing was settled molehills. thousands including Fay McKenzie W. l\1..EclW'ILI'Ib This AdvertisonicMit Paid For By

S when l*>m Invited Hd over for a glamorous movie star.

.............- glaaa of beer,and they wit around t.a.uJ ( Money refunded not satisfied. dukjrnuaHealth Dr. I. B. Abrant
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MILK GOATS for sale cheap. I... Health Officer

( f No. 77 of a Seriet Copyrtgb. 1944 Brtmng InJuHry FounJatie B. Jordan' Rt.' 2, Box 304. ALAN ROTH, Proprietor

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