Group 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: May 5, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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I : SIX'l'Y-FlVE STAJKKK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY b. IOU NIIMHKH: T11'ENTY-EiOHTiaii1PerrymanReelected : ,U :

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7 Get Diplomasn No Rent Inspector Auto Accident Fatal Lex Green Given Wonderful

Here For A While To Blanding SoldierStaff II


Owing to temporary reductionIn Sgt. Jimmie L. Newmanof j


I\ Commencement to personnel provide for It will a Rent be Impossible Inspector' from auto Camp accident injuries Blanding which received died occurred Sunday in an Support By Home FolksLex


.! to be in Starke for two three I'
or about 3:43 earlier that MAN
Service I : a. m, Is Given 111011 'I Four County Races
oys In weeks.sAny complaints or information days three miles out of Starkeon I ,

Graduated BHS Teachers Tell desired ihould be com-I'I the r>e\v. Camp Blanding Four To One Are Not Decided I,

'J re ith Clatiamatei t. '? '. . Vacation .Plans."*', ', municated: by letter'"tcr*th:',AOt"i I.highway'. 'He" war;hutrled to the Station Over All Opponents In First Primary ;.

in<' Rent Director-Attorney, Area I
of the class With the stress and strain of I Hospital for'*' treatment but Bradford County gave Its' Four county races were still ;
and friends Rent Office, Baird Hardware I
arents failed to survive a skull frac-
another "favorite on" candidate for
school term off their
auditorium > unsettled after the* votes werdcounted
filled the BHS ,
44 eveningpril ,, minds, members of the BHS fac Building, Gainesville, Florida ture and other complications. Governor' R A. Green, an t :
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Friday In Tuesday's primary,
, overflowing ulty waxed whimsical this week If you have any question to ask The accident, a head-on collision overwhelmingly complimentaryvote I
W. E. Mid
Dr. Run-offs for
28, when Newman will be necessary
both the
In to submitted demolished of almost four to one over
olnbllc reply a questionnaire or any complaint, please communicate
superintendent the office of
county and 1 1I County Superintendent
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which overturned
eton ;
to them by the TelegraphconcerDlng same promptly to this car the combined totals cast herd\
' Instruction presented dip automobile... In which I of Public Instruction bo-
) I I the other, for his opponents In Tuesday'sprimary. i
their
summer plans office Just as soon as provision.Is
and cer.ftcates ,
57 graduates tween Arthur R. McRae .
..ma to seven Standing soldiers werlI I i and
Teachers, their home addresses made for the replacement of ,
80 stud- ,
to more than I riding. All of these escaped. E. Sparks; fojCounty\ .
The unofficial count was
and vacation activities are as personnel provision will again be .
ninth grade q
the :
it completing serious loner, District! Two, between L.
Injury. t.1
Green 264
Sh! follows: made for the regular weekly 1.9T for for Caldwell .
e was assisted by Foster I Known to a wide circle of second high with L. Conner and IS:, L. Crawford;
... .. Pearl Lewis; Hawthorne, will visits to Starke. rnwn\ J'ik
mith principal. se '- friends In Starkt and Camp others tralllngrVpchwrch: 204 i for Justice of Peace, District

Student speakers on the pro spend the summer "as It shouldbe Please cooperate and help us Blanding, Sat. Newman Is survived Sheldon 49, Graham 35 and One, between O. W, Durham and

,'ara were Mary Driskell Wit spent". until such time as we can recruit by hit. widow!, Mi'i.I( De Ial.t'iC'l' Baker. ; !:; 3?. .. I James Patray; and for Constable

am S. Colaon Virginia Sewell\ Edna Prevail Starke. will help the necessary personnel to Carryon . .. ''+n'' who wastV1ng\ In Favor I'eppt'r1111 PriceU between Jacob J Johns and Y
Roberta Whit her husband at the local A & P.,, the work, ,0. J. L. Silcox.
'ayne Sargent Starke at the time of the accident S. Senator Claude Popper 1

eld and Howard: Rune Mualaji < Madge" Middleton, Starke. "110 J. C., ADKINS I The body was shipped to remained In favor with Brad- 1 The following races were settled I

provided by the Hlgl spasmodic, can't tell what she. Acting Rent Director-Attorney. Cbadburn.;"'N. C. .for Interment ford voters receiving 1,163 to Tuesday when 2,991, voters

chool Band directed by A. Wales plans to do". .< 11 I ,:L - L ,. - 777 for the next high man, (practically) the, same total that '

and by the Glee Club, Evelyn Rltch, Starke, will be ;\ I IgeJ Jude, pill! Kdmunds.! FMcy I LEX GRHl.N corned Our four years ago) went ,
irected Mrs. A. E. Wall and Women Dies At GrahamBy f K'f' .* Mi <. to the t''
by iiiT
on the l:. ron shift" most of, the 1 Moors with 114. :MlilurJ CoiikYuf polls; '
ccompanled -'by' Mrs Ethel MAn '*'***" .*. *!! i Shel'lff'
time. c II
+ Incumbent
: A,, O. All'
79 and Alston tjrtckrell 38
,InS . ,..... ...... Mary Jo Kent I I kept busy weaving baskets from' ( were Varied ActivitiesAt I.
Mrs. James Maxwell, Axon. Ga.,, I "also. rana'" IH thin county. I dreu won handily over his opponent
wire plWlng
lnformaI'reception antI will vacation in Starke If Uncle Bradford County's oldest resi stitching grass her. o\vn clothes.quilts, neatly' Incumbent Ccniitressman' l Km-: U.S.O.-Y.M.C.A. M. L. Johns, by a vote I

ance at the Woman's Glut Sam doesn't object. dent-and one of the few cente- She accomplished all these tasks i ory Price (tallied M nice total of of 1,727 to 828 I

ulMIng followed the commence Susie Moore, Starke, no plans arlans In the entire country-Mrs. I with rare agtjity.until only a few 1,336almOHt Iw6 to one over \ A May pole with streamersof County Judge: Incumbent E.

ent program as 'concluding Ernestine McRae Starke, will Levonla .Willis, died April 19 at I months before her death and his opponent J. C. Cary, with varied spring colors, con- 1<:. Perryman received' 1,436 to r

>urty In a series sponsored! bjie be": busy; the next few weeks help- her home near Graham. even then, It was difficult to dls- 761. t rue ted by Cpl Elmo Powell and 1,008 for his opponent, W,, M.

>' USO operated by the YWCA, Ing her husband campaign. The simple funeral rites were'' uade her from her' purpose. And! \ViitNOii, Ijpfi And English I Pvt. and Mrs. Robert Laurence, Edward t

la-is officers, William S. Col- Cora Johnson. St. Augustine held Thursday, April 20. In Santa despite her age her folks will Incumbent state cabinet offl- decorated the dance floor of the For County Commissioner, I

ion president, Wayne Sargent, will vacation in Kentucky and Fe Cemetery with the Rev. L. G. I tell you," "She never had to wear cots were highly favored In the I USO Club operated by the YWCA I District One: Incumbent P. D.

ice president, Marjorie Davis, North Carolina Hemingway officiating. Arrangements specs", voting here, on elsewhere In the last Saturday night. Reddish won over two oppon-

;>cretary, and Howard Runge' Ethel Biggs, Starke, may as- were in charge of DeWitt j' During the last few weeks, as state. After the grand match, a conga ents, receiving 246 votes to 87
the affair anilirranged '
reasurer, planned slat at Carpenter's Drug Store. 1 C. Jones. a small grandson expressed' It, Attorney General Tom Watson line danced about the May pole I for C. F. Carter and 132 for O. t
for refreshments and Mrs.: H. B. Warren, Malakoff 1 When the aged but still active "Grandma bourns received 1,134 to 460 for (K. P. Mrs. Foster Cresham served the J, Phillips
toted
mostly I
ervlng were Mary Jo Caldwell, I Texas, will spend the summer : and clear-thinking woman closed I and Rhavlns to the hearth und Marlin and 84 for E. F. House- refreshments of punch and cake, For County Comrmlslonei,
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Hazel Packham' and Melverna wherever "hubby" is. I her eyes "weary of living" In a holder Samuel Itaum'a orchestra
then Jus' set alookln lu the fire Sgt. District Three: Incumbent J, L.
)}ol'nton. "W +-I|Ira+t I Lois Mayes Starke, will takeS w rtQrn, world, she ended( a life I -thlnkln'" of what had done been, State Comptroller J. M Lee furnished"music. Wynn won a decision over two t

I" Diplomas were awarded to sIx short trip. ',j j/ ,I as oddly patterned as the patchwork ;: I guess moat likely." tallied 1,613 to 437: for C. O. Mrs Robert Thomas, Mm.' T. .opponents, receiving a total of

oys now serving In the armed Lucille Brown, Starke, will quilts she; liked to piece I I I Wright. 1[. Lopeman and :Mrs. Robert 332 votes. to 108 for W, J,

force( : 8._ They,,. are:. Bishop MJT-: spend' ,the summer quietly.. at together I'.',P tiny scraps of cot-. GRANDMA'S. "I'UaiPKINSpi I I StUj!? <
rick, Leonard Darby Peek, Richard home ton.Born I r i Neighbor' too !fiivak I lovingly! lie Instruction Colin English ters" directed by Mrs. N. Zukln; One of the closest votes on

Ray .and ,Edgar Wilkinson Ethel Sewell, Starke, will stayat In Georgia on ?NoVe'hiber''/ Of this wisp 6f a Utile old ladyIn totaled 1,448 to 335: for Lol.. at the regular Thursday Army the ? ticket was registered for

all of the Navy, andJW home and sew. 10, 1836. Mrs Willis was a young! her full dark skirt brushing Trammel! .?__!i's- Wives luncheon A committee School Board member District

C. Clemons, Jr and Julian Willie Mae Denton Hampton, woman when she watched the' the floor its thick folds gtfUtfrPdevenly Railroad Commissioner W. 0.; format) by Mrs. William Two, with J. E. Brown, 286

picRae of the Army. plans to work but has no Job "Boys in Blue" burn the town of on the tight bodice1.- She Douglass/ with 1,350 ,tan far a- Mr, Wanda Kallnon, O'Rourk""j. votes, the apparent winner overSet +

In addition to these, diploma "Job Wanted".. ," I Jesuup. Georgia a few miles from was d ;:teal character In the (?rn- head of his two opponents, K.I Rayborn and Mrs L. Clarjf $ Sullivan, with, 878, r..ai t'

h were received by: Kate Sheppard, New River w.ll" her farm home. Too, she watches: ham community whet .site spent >. Akin with 207 and( Angus prepared the luncheon. "" r The following Is the 'vote in

Joyce Atkinson, Lola Blecha,,, attend summer school. I a Union bullet kill her father as I_ the last three years of her long Williams 196. Mrs. F. R. Robin was awal'd..1a county races where run-offs are

Marjorie! Carmichael, Mary Jo Joella Thorn Starke will accompany -I he sharpened an ax In the wood- i life In the home of her daughter- Voting here seemed to Indicate USO pin at this time In tenon- .1 necessary:

husband on vacation. to in-law and son, Lelia and Albert that the Administration nit Ion of 60 hours of volunteerservice
Caldwell, Haven Crosby, Louise lot.But For Superintendent of Publlo ,
Dolores beach. 1 Sherman passed and fury Willis. She realized the was Is still In favor with the rank .
Crosby Creekmore Muriel Instruction
Crawford, :Marjorle Davis,, Mae Herlong' MIcanopy, will cooled and Levonla Snowden, as lucky to have the company and and file. National Convention A swimming party at Klngsley :
Drtskell divide time between mountainsand it was then began the arduous<< care of a woman like Leila and Delegate pledged to Roosevelt Lake was enjoyed last Friday by Arthur R. McRae-1,041. I
Myrtle Dobbs, Mary ,,,
beach. task of helping rear seven chil she was! grateful. received a total of 15,09-tw( members! of the newly organized S. E. Sparks 045.
Betty During, Evelyn Edwards,, t
Eva Anderson, Starke, will dren with no man In the house Leila did some nice things for to one more than the 2,432 cast Outdoor Girls Club, whose co- George B. Flynn-502.
Dorothy Faxon, Georgia Gilpin,,
the summer at home. too that Granny didn't even for delegates pledged to Senator Melvin B. Futch--427.
,
Evelyn Hall Phyllis Hazen, spend WALKED!: TO FLORIDA her chairman are Mrs. G. L. Cline and
Verna Starke know about. Like the time that Harry F. Byrd For County Commissioner
Doris Demorest. plans Mrs. M. B. Foote. Mrs. A. R.
Hodges. Eloise Johna, Jew- They stayed on there until hills District Two: t .
jell: Carter Johns, Martha Lee Indefinite. Jesse Johns, an uncle, who had Granny planted "Pumpkin" Ponder, formerly a recreation' L. L. Conner-401.K. .
Mae Perkins Starke. at in soil near her door. Data
Rimes Ruby some poor Blair Gives worker In Memphis, sponsors the
Martin Hazel Packham, migrated to Florida to settle a L. Crawford-338.
,
Leila waited 'til Granny'd gone
Virginia Padgett Margaret home. large tract of land, sent his wagon On Tire InspectionMuch group which meets every Fridayat Faros Anderson75.For I
then ahe slipped out bya
Iowa
Hazel Alys Cans, Jefferson to sleep, I 10:30: a. m. .
Sapp
Virginia Sewell. team for them. His slaves, now Justice of Peace:
will seek a quiet rest In a boiler thin moon'and fertilized themso At the meeting of the Army
.
Rahme Starr Margaret String. being free. Jesse Johns perhaps wouldn't be disappointed confusion baa developed Mrs. G. W. Durham-638. ****,
fellow, Melverna Thornton. Bet- factory. of hands that Granny the Wives Council on Monday .
counted up the pairs regarding periodic passenger James Patray-:348.
ty Gene Ward, Thelma Cooper, Beverly Hills In nee crop. And, accord- according to .an M. B. Foote wa elected chairman
Wade Ruby his widowed sister and her eight tire Inspection Louis Shafkln-262.
Calif., will go home on her husband's Ing to Leila. ,"They sure huf put for a term of eight weeks and
Dorothy Watterson. Robe r t a youngsters would provide and felt and made anoimcement yesterday by W. L. For Constable:
that
vice-
14 pumpkins
Anderson as
furlough. on Harold
W'hltfleld, Freddie WImberly. suddenly benevolent toward them. Blair, chief clerk of the Bradford Mrs. J. L. Silcox-769.
Mrs. Blanchard Law Starke, Granny happy", chairman for a term of six weeks.Mrs. .
Buster Bennett, Emory Brown, Indeed. And so it was that Le- ardent love County Rationing Board. Jacob J. Johns-817.
will vacation in Winter Haven. Perhaps It was an Anderson will be in chargeof
William S. Colaon, Paul Dlnklna. Josephine Tucker Starke will vonla was invited to the County of Just such little things. that "All motorists are required to the Newcomeis Coke Hour at J. A. FUlyaw397., y

John( Hall, Philip Latzen HowManning school. of Bradford Florida. sustained Levonla's lire She did hold the original tire Inspection : LUCKY ABSENTEES: : ...
attend summer 2:45: : on Mondays.
and" J. A. Martinez, There was no room for Levonla record which must be presentedto
For Missing from ballot
Grace Osborne Starke, summer not think much about her age. for The Breakfast Study Club, at Tuesday's
Robert McRae. R. W. Moseley. In the wagon! after her mother and Snow- local Boards when applying several fortunate Incumbents
after all her grandmother Tuesday at 10:30: were -
school. Its meeting on
Gene 'Powell smaller children were packedIn gasoline or tires, Mr. Blair stated.The
Noegel Elton Ru Nancy Parkerson, Starke will the den had lived to be 117 and rode 1 talked about the Influence on and office seekers who'sere
of the
number originAl
: sell Prescott, Marcus: Reddish, Just relax. with a few trinkets and some horseback to round up cattle at serial the world<< and Its progress of unopposed for the Dem.vcrailc :>>
record must
Wayne household goods, so she and one tire Inspection I
Sargent Olin White. nomination. These In-
realgreatness -
Rosa Cook Starke will do walked the age of 115. correspond with those numbers! great people, concluding that |
of the older boys every
economic work another She loved the shiny black Is achieved through Dluded: :
home of the trail through which are shown on the tire application
mile
Lawtey rugged and the smell of Mis. H T.I| ((0:. Johns Stale Senator
Minister month. "Plans to can anything woods from Jessup, Geor- swamp water and certified by the official service to others. Charley
Died Last Week she can get to can. If she can't the to pine New River Florida. green pine- -and most of all, she O. P. A Tire Inspector If Vallery acts as leader of the ; N. D. Wainwright Jr.
to she can'tcan I gia loved "briar berry plcklnV Into I State Representative; and incumbents -
get anything can Levonla Willis, even at 107. the aerial numbers do not cor- group.
?" / tact, s he f n el s t e d upun it even The! baby picture contest closestill Tax Assessor E. W
Funeral services for the Rev. can you still told her great grandchildren J' respond the applicant must have I
111. the point of running away will be on Tax Collector C. A
Herbert Alice Evans, Chicago no week.' Voting Hayes
H. Hazzard were hell1'hureday : about those first years In Bradford -" part "D" of the tire Certificate
from Leila to do It. It was sweetof Saturday, May 6, when anyone Knight and Clerk of the Clr-'
afternoon April 27, at plans. County where the family lIv- Issued to him by the local Board.
will I Leila not to cold too much the building may Cult Court A. J. Thomas....
Lawtey who enters
2 V. R. Ferguson
::30\ o'clock In the Lawtey Methodist ed as tenants on their uncle's showing the serial number of tlr s
work on Ag. building, attendAg when she found Granny repeatedlycrouched cant one vote for the baby whose
Church where he was pastor land. There was still "a look in which might have been replaced.
for several years. teacher's conference In Daytona her eye" as she reminisced about cannily beneath the The recent amendment In no picture he considers most appeal New Tire ServiceIs
bushes-being quiet as a mouse.
The popular minister was takento Beach. the "gentleman" who used to I way affects the! passenger; tire In- ing.The 1 Offered Here
A. W. Bates, State Farm, will I UKABV OF %%'.titw! oilier than certain sketch' group for which ;
the her cattle.! He had. asked help upectlon program
hospital at the State Farm pen
last'!! week following a.stroke ofparalysis do recreational work .at State to a.yh; 'and come to I Even at 107 Levonla'liked to periodical dales on whichmotorists Mrs L. II. Jennings will has been be or-Informal Expert RecappingA
to consultant,
quarter mile or so
Prison. the "Big house over on the knoll'When walk the were heretofore required
23. at the and died of 73.Tuesday, April Faye Lawley, Mobile. Ala., win: the child asked aa he Invariably the Robert's country store in Gra- to have Inspection made The I ganized on Monday. May 15. ate new service to car owner*

age spend summer brushing up on would, "Why did you ham for a "cold drink, a needleor only difference Is that "Periodic cla.8t. with Cpl. Westei'field of will be available Monday whet,

Born In New York State on housekeeping take with a no-count like two, or a mite of pepperment inspections to be made on certain the IRTC school a. Instructor. the Starke Tire Service stoi ,

jan, 7, 1871, Mr. Hazzard had Grand pap.up then, Granny?" Le- candy". Down there she could dates are no longer required by Those Interested In Joining the opens. for business In the rea

*' in the ministry for 50 years. Sing For Soldiers vonla would always' arL'Wer.i i find new listeners to her yarnsof passenger: car owners". class are asked to register at of Andrew' Garage.

He u survr/ed by his widow, "Hush. lad. you didn't know you the early days. i The truck tire Inspection pro the Information desk In the USO- The store will feature recap

Luella M Hazzard; two daugh- Rapidly winning favor of the Grandpap them days!'' I Levonla Willie had one faultto 1 gram I I" not changed In any way YWCA so that the staff may have ping and vulcanizing of tires tall

!era. Gertrude Hazzard, Ann Arbor many 'church-going soldier, officers find. with her long life. She I whatsoever and continues as here, enough material and equipmentfor sizes, work being done b:

Mich., and Mrs Mary Hall. and WACs of Camp Blan- LEADS ACTIVE LIFE I had lived through too many wars. tofore. all.Good. a factory-trained expert til

Brewster. N. Y.J: and three sons ding is a choir of young ladies Levonla Willis was speaking of' Her father was killed and her "1Ve are again calling motorists' Mayes, Jr. of Jackson, Tenn '

Albe-t, Hazzard. Ann Arbor, Mich., from Starke who have been sing- Joseph Wlllij whom she marrieJ" husband wounded In the War Between attention' througfi the newspapers I Conduct Medal who will also manage the tlr

Mwln: Hazzard, U. S. Navy and ing at Sunday morning servicesof soon after be came home to Brad the States. She hid car- throughout the State, to the Importance service store.

John Hazzard Lawtey; one broth- the Post Chapel. The girls, ford County In a Confederate I ried apples and cake to the soldiers (>t maintaining their tire Pfc. Lee F. Starling, Bradford The proprietor Irvin Lawhor

'fGeorg Hazzard, Waterbury who are known as the Melody uniform after the war. They later parsing through her town on Inspection record and that unless |, County soldier. now fighting with of Tlfton Ga.. operates a shat'of

CODD. and two slaters. Lucy Haa- Weavers Include the Misses Lor- lived In Brooker and. once moved II their way to Spanish-American the record Is submitted with ap the Army In the European: The- similar stores In C orgtl

zard and Elizabeth Hazzard. ene Moncrlef. Wanda Pearce ss far away as Titusvllle, but war camps but only distant kinfolk plication for tires or gasoline and t atre of Operations has been a- I Alabama and Florida and bringto

Following funeral services the Esther Crews, Margie Patel. June Levonla was happy to get back to were among them. Her son the serial numbers correspond,; warded the Good Conduct Medal, the local store five years c

'"Jy was shipped to Brewster. Patel. Pat Keen Margaret Beam Bradford County to "spend her came back from World War I a their application will be denied.' representing one year of meritorious successful experience 11tJI

NY.., for interment. Arrangements Margaret Strlngfellow. and Melba last days"., shell shock victim and now, her Mr. Blair stated. service with the Army.IN field of rubber repair. He sal* )

were In charge of DeWlttL Stringfellow. Her own five children 'reared grandson Sgt. John Corson Willis, that CO grade 3 tires will t
Jones. and married off Levonl Willis Is with the Army at Ft. Myers. want just two little sweet potatoes TEXAS IRTO available each week for Brai'
"I didn't want Johnny to be .'* Pvt. Stanley Bennett son of
turned to helping bring other wo
Pall ford Una In I
bearers were Billy Edwards Recent BirthsTo men's children Into the world and sent from America" ahe told her Leila got the sweet potatoes Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett of Count addition s

James Wainwright Georgelhuford and Mrs. Herman Lee varied and colorful are the yarns |I I daughter-in-law! last week. 'I'mI from the folks with the "tin top- Starke la taking his basic trainIng repair and recapping work.
Paul Dinkins and Philmembers Mr. house over through the In the Infantry Replacement This Is the only tire servlt
April 18. she could spin of her years: of experience weary of war, Lelia. I think I'J ped"
Shuford, of the, Lawtey of Starke, a son. on L. B. Hughesof a* a midwife. ,I better go now before I live to woods. Levonla Willis ate them. Training Center at Camp Wolter, of this. type available with'

toy Scout Troop of which M.. To Mr. and Mrs.on April 26. Even la her late years she .1 see It-but Leila wait.-first I Then she went peacefully to sleep. Texas. miles of Starke.
hazard< son.
served u leader. Starke, a I I. I

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BRADFORD COUNTY Ijj

PAGE TWO .* (I April A. D. t4 *"

I by right of f fI ; the forenoon tlier 'L
t Leslie Bradley, wood carving: file In the ,,!S Court Chamber /In |H;, I (l',,
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH James LewU, wood carving: and I the Circuit, : I : : I i i .> Courthouse, at Htniit" i :d'' '> I ,
work JImmIe Brown Goi, ford County elder .aid. Declare, I ' ti
wood j' '
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) appoint T.lorder
of said map of'r) appiali.er. _II ,I I ';
!', Established 1877. win gardening and wood-carving; tached to the *, a. the Court ,.1.i *kf t"
elbeit Crews, gardening. Scou above entitled I pursuant' to law I
E. I. Matthew. _____________ Editor and OwnerSIUSCKIITIOX Warren L,. A. Shelheld day of April. /: ; ; All parties to th| ,. "
masler J. P. ] Kradfoid I parties Interested!' niai) '"i ,
:
W. N. North and Supt. 1 L. division ot th d I be heard at the u7 '''l''I'"ia
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KATE (
: designated ,
against You In kW1TNFSS
Veurly, 91.75; Six: Months $1.00 F. Chapman were Interested at. Ing to (" ).. I my inn, ,
tendants at this meeting and reo and highway I said. Court this. th| 'II"' ",' Z.t
renewed Interest In thtroop's .aid. parcels of . April A, D. J944. :
runllnhrdeikly on Ftllay'e and Entered a* Swoml Claim Mutterat port and being ,

the Tout Office ..t Starke, Florida. work. scribed Florida I,and*. \ .. ',, Uradford Clerk of County the!' CA. "?f'I'lld,,('i, 'fit""'""'>"lit

Mr. and Mrs. Chaa M. Turns P.... : OFFICIAL SEAL) |',i\

\\t. went to Jacksonville Tuesday I to That portion "-t.

A UNCLEJOE'S cant' their votes. I

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warre

and son, JImmIe and Miss Pegg Eia ke ola
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Caldwell spent the week-end 1 In Have a "Coke" =

I'' Tallahassee guests of Mrs Wa, ,: (HERE'S HEALnI)

.1 A W ren's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. "'....,>

C. Smith. t, .
Mrs J. M. Bradley and daug .

By J. L. IIAURELL.I ter Caroline ate spending the

4.. : week with Mrs. Gerald Cox and ,..' t

I: Well now the big day Is over mammy If that ain't the durn little 1 family in Deland.Heibeit .

j + } and maybe those doggone politicians squirt that gave me $5 to yell! Drew of JackBonvIll ,
friend
will move over a little and for Mr. Welch!" spent the week-end with : .
j Mrs Walter Ward and MU s r
\ let Uncle Joe back In bill old Another time a candidate was )

: corner In the Telegraph. I've been elected to an Insignificant office Leona Ward of Inverness wer +. "C

pushed around by politicians all that paid only $1 a month and guests of Mrs J. C. Chamber
week.
of last
-'y life but I never did think mileage. His next-door-neighbor Thursday' night
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strlcklan)
ey'd have the nerve to shove me went over to congratulate his

ght out of the paper, but they friend, but before he hud time to of Graham visited their parentjMr. .

, Id-and durned if I didn't go tap on the back, door he heard and Mrs. Angus Davis, ove

;,. /', ;.ght ahead and vote for 'em anyway tho victorious candidate speakingto the weekend.W. .
...:', Just! like Barnum said hla better half: "Now wife I J. McGeehee of Ocala Sper irL
with Ills cousin!
( there's a sucker born every minute don't think we'll move to town Thursday night 1

; right' now but will wait until after the J. G. Caldwells. -- ,
Mr. and Mrs J.L. Roblnso _
little bit of Ut the flint of January. however ,
la spite of a C ) / i
count
went back to their home ,;
minute mud- llnglng, the campaign I want It understood that
I seat, Seville, to vote Tuesday. I
have our children
just closed wasn't exactly I'm not going to 1
e Miss Marjorie Mack of Mlcan \ r'
what I'd call up to par. The lording It over' those poor It
atten
shortage of gag cut out the political children in town just because, I'm opy came up Thursday to <
of her cousin ,
the graduation
rallies and the candidate) a county officer We can't all bo
Jo Caldwell, and returned
Miss
free shown like at the same time, Mary
y!t. didn't put on the top-of-the-pot home Monday.
'I I they used to do. Us pore devils you know.''
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pal.tneyand ;
} who vote about once in four Yes politics lit a great game I
Ip left Wednesday
years but pay taxes every year But I liked It better before gas daughter, Kay
at Lubbock -
visit relatives
got very little for our money this rationing made It BO quiet and to I V
I Texas for several weeks. ':. V
.4-
i I '
hound dignified.
go : Mr. and Mrs. L.. F. Chapman ; ? 6 T'1
Now I've attended quite a few "
pent Tuesday at Deland. f
FARM ,
FLA. STATE \
of political speaking In my day-- Kenneth Johns Is spending the
4 home-back mule-back, E. IC. Itouvler ,1'
,
going By. week at Macclenny with his uncle,
buggy, wagon or walk. Gas rationing a welcome in Wailuku 1
WINGS ANT PROMOTION: Clyde Jones. . or winning
; didn't mean a thing In ,
and
son .
Friends of Horance G. DavisBuddy Mrs. David Stengold

. I those days. ( ) are proud of his ad are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Here's health is the happy expression'of Hawaiian hospitality. Just 'as friendlyis 1 f
On one occasion a little two-by-
.4'c old Caldwell.Mr. /
vancement. Not yet 20 years l
? I I'fi four smart alec lawyer, running he has graduated from advanced and Mis. J. A, Bouvler enjoyed the Have a "Coke" of the Army flyer. In a few words he says, We are pals. In E
I'r for an office at the mate capital, bombardier school at Big Springs a brief visit' from their

I, wanted to Impress the voters wHit Texas, received feU wings and son, John A. Bouvier of Miami, Wailuku or Wichita, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-has become i r

'', t I his importance, BO he slipped a commission all Lieutenant In the Thuisday of last week.
stranger a five-spot and told him folks' in lands just as it is when serve
Air Corps and made an Instructor the symbol of friendly-minded many you
'
'
( to yell out ever so often, while lUK I 1' 'U' n !. \111-01111
at the school. We always expected ('oi > ri. ri.oicm vi i> n\\-
the big dogs were speaking, V"Let'shear that Buddy would make ("IHV.Altii it in an American home. "Coke"=Coca-Cola
\ ; from Mr. Welch. I want to :Mae: Mitchell a nilnor ny U.
\
his mark! It Jenkins, her next Friend, Plulnlirr. It's natural for popular names
bear him talk! The stooge carried .
v... Uiithrle A. Mitchell, Defendant IOTTIIO UNDER AUTHORITY Of THC COCA.COLA COMPANY If to acquire friendly obbrevia-
out his instructions with SCOUTS (IT: AWARDS Case No. 31)87.OIU'RU ,
dons That's why hear
{ 1 great gusto, but when Mr. Welch Boy Scout Troop 104 attendedthe ANI) ':NO'J'II'a1'0 OF' :pt'HL.Ii'ATTON APPHAIt STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 1 Coca-Cola called:: "Coke"you .
l f, finally did get up to talk he kept district meeting; at Luke Butler (:STATI3. 01'"? FLORIDA to: UuthrleA.

I on yelling! "Shut Up you fool. Thursday' Apr, 20. At this \ Mlulielt, California.whose lexklenie IsVliiterx .O1944TtwC-CCo..

That's Mr Welch talking" st ntei special Reunion of the 'Court of \"UII are required to appear on

>ne hissed. The stranger tookne Honor seveial of our boys .received May 29th 11144, In ,the wherein above plaintiff nan. woee..r..e .-.-,tea, -.---.-.---.-.s.'f
I'd Court and cause <'
good look at the speaker and merit badges as follows: seeks divorce. Drudfoid' C..untv'r..I"Kraph .

aid, '"Well, I'll be a coon dog's Claude John, Jr. for music; In next. shall four publish weekly Umien.WltnoHH thin .Orilir 0'j

my hand and official ,fftnr '.
tVJVP! Staike, Florida, this April 25th
4 I'.MI.'
l COFFIC'IAK Sr.A r.) A.r.: Thomas t j
A.. (Clerk of Halo Court. ; . ..,,1 ,
,. J':. K, Perryinun Ktark, Florida '. ". ., j .
.lA.i 4-2 4t 5-18 t. ,
Atty. tor Mf.
1 I : _: : ', . "" "

IN(.('UT''I'">,I1%. (1111)\1('OYIt'V. IllltUKnilllIII IV CIIY.N'C i ., ."', . .. .

1-:11": .'
I rii>Me Mario Uruttoii Morton, I'lahiLlfr j
1r v... Warren Lee Motion H.- .
fendant Caxfi. No. 3038IIIUiil ", . I
Yt
PUBLICATION
(II.
ANI) NOTICF3 Tt APIJKMtPTATH
OK FLORIDA to: Warren
1.' ... Moi'ton, whore residence Is:
C,>. C., 5115 lln, A.A.A. Camp Stew-: ,
V I Lit, ileorgla. don
You ore required. to appear on
lit 1Iiu May, 15. 1944, In the above named say
IV eMf. 'ourt and run..., wherein plaintiff
eekr divorce. Hradtord County
Fel.itraph shall publish this Ordern
next four weekly iMStietVltneHH *.
\ my hand and official I
.>seat. at turke, Florida .thin. April (
18. 1t44 C.: it couldn't happen to ME!
f. -i ([O.' 'I""IAL RT' AL) A.r.: Thomas ,
\. Clerk ot said Court.
+ i'y,1 P. Frank 1.11 ndl'um, Htarke, Florida
,' ,. l Vtty. for I'lf. ..14 4t 5-5 .
; .j; -- .
i ;,., J I iriiKiir ('oi'irr. lilt 'nl"OIiUC"
i" : v'I'Y, n.oiiiuii i\ infKHY. .\\-
,i I : .

:, '. '..., Normanv.Idea Rell. Ifalfhlll Irlalfhlll,Plaintiff Defendant.V*. . .. you grew up thinking it was something that only
j',
use No. 3088.!

ANI OHUI'H\> NOTU'K PlTBLirATION TO APPKAIt \ happened to people "on the wrong side of the..tracks."

f' 81'ATK OK FIXltIDA to: Helen

; iUt v:fix:, qt p tell.onnellnvllle|, llalfhlll, t'ennHylvanla.whose residence la. V Don't kid yourself VD strikes everywhere, silently,

Von are required to appear on .
)day 2!>th, 1944, In the above nam'd treacherously sometimes wearing disguise
., .' Court and cause, wherein plain / % a disarming
IItt reeks divorce, Uradford County % :
"rvle raph shall publish this Of* %
ler In next four weekly luxueii.VltnenH .
\ my hand and offlrlal neal. .. .
..t Slarke, Florida, this April 25th ; 1'J.. ,
IHI! " '
,OV-KICIM. SI'Ar.A.. j. Thomas 4f.' ..:
) 1.hr.
: .. .
' .. I
'T: ,
.\LM ('I"'k of said. Court. ,' .. ( , '"
T. Frank. Ijindinm. Hlarke' Florida
tty, for 1'lf. 4.28 4t 6.U .

'\ ciiiiiir ('01 It.... mi \I>KOKIIl
(' >l\l\, .....01111)\| |'M (Vu' ':\- I

*,tutonielo\Klinbrotigh. lloherxon, Plaln-. It can happen to you!
IIct, v.... Hollln Uolieraon, l>..f..n-
unt, raM" No. :1072.
BACK in the day when the German ,war machine was steam onnnii: OK' pi'iiKir\Tiov

s, rolling over Europe the Reich Marshal boasted: STATE ANT> NOT1OI3 OF FI.OUIUA" TO APHEAtl to: Itullinuherson 6 women out of 10 who are infected never know it until they have a blood test. Be sure-

1 l l 38844.II j Co. K, 801th int.I .
'" my name//one isn't enemy Hermann bomb thoulj Goering ever!"1"IIn the City of Berlin then 111 I AI'O are Camp"required M>'Coy,to AYis.You appear. onto see your doctor. VD strikes one person out of ten before age 50-but its ravages ARE preventable -

22nd day of May. 1044. in the
Well, Fat Boy, they've fallen and there are plenty morel hove named" Court a n d muss, MUST be treated, CAN be cured. .
where those from! With of bombers herein plaintiff seeks divorce and
came plenty giant to bring ",alien name ritored Hradford
them -: and well-trained crews to see they reach their mark I ,'ounty Telegraph hall publish this
rdcr In next, four weekly lisueii.VN'ltneH .
And bade of these aerial armies is the productive power of freemen .* my hand and official .
and ...eat ,at Htai'k", Florida.. thl'. 20thav Get a blood test!
multiplied times electric
rt women- many by power of April. A. D. 19H.
b !,' turning the wheels that turn all the weapons of war. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas' ..
A. f'leik of said Court
And back of this abundant electricity is the hard work of the '1'i. Frank I.undrum, 'Mtarke, Florida VD (Venereal Diseases) CAN be stamped out-but only if,we ALL stop saying "it couldn't
Alty. for fit. 4.21 4t &.13
,
j folks who man and manage the nation's self-supporting tax. '

Y, a paying light and power companies. They provide over 80% ofAmerica' 1'\1' TIIK' (iitrvrr (.0. ..... iv 'MI happen to me!1"
.'011 H K ,t I. K 0 II l> C'III''>' T\',
: i power. They keep it on tap all the time-whenever Ki.oiinii .vr .. "\vo.. auiN.riAI .
and wherever needed for war plants and civilian uses. )FOHD COl'NTY a political
Kimdlvlnlon, of the State of Florida. Consult
J' Most of the American people share in the job. For' they, your family physician or go to a free clinic

'+. r through their savings invested in the electric light and power VII, Petitioner ..

-companies under business management, have helped to give this "nnford Franklin. Klner.Defendant. Sponsored By

country the best electric service in the world -and the most at

vl the least cost. Only freedom of enterprise- regulation without : '' NOTICE OF TAKING YOUR WAR-TIME HEALTH COMMITTEE FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
r O: The following named known
i regimentation-could; have written this record! PtMdanIs:

s f/flhsV "R_ M ..." r..4. ....,,"'.., tiiQ. ......T. CefemtM .roW..jm( $,,_ .\ Td.f --
And to all persons having or
Thin Advertisement Paid For
(lalmlnic any right title interest By
la. data mortgage or other lien to oron
-f'l.- those certain parcel of land THE CITY COUNCIL OF
......... .. cM/traa'T: In Bradford County. Florida, which STARKE

{ \\iW...' / are oIraln.:load Included..gal. ,f>designated( In that and part required an. of"Project State for H. A. Bishop!, Chm. W. M. Edwards K. G. Duncan W. E. Torode, Jr. L. A. Davis

&Sit" an located, surveyed and plat 's' 51. Edwards Chm. ,tnroa'
fe oou1 WMTg tUCTBIBITY JUST BECAUSE IT HUT laTIONEO! t..d by the mat hoed Department Dr. I. R.
; 't Health
. . of til. State of "Florida and Known Committee O!
Health "j2itltUtati.
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.. MAY 5. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA TAG. f "-. ...
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4'OI'Rr. R"DFORDIRtl.lf Dewr1011oa "areas! e/ Deaerla4ln .
IT7, FLOKIDAI IV CHAT: NOTICE .f (sad gee. I ".. H... Reis. 0"set '('..... A 4'..... .( Imid Sec. Tw..11.e. "Arrs. Owner. lase ASH I int* font fI *


BV'vol Plalnlltt" vs AnJ* Com at Sw Cur ur Lot I Lot In NE 'ur of tc i.3''..
LI.l Defendant. Case > 17 & run N 3G. H t180 : nfNK'. being US tt

Notice I. hereby given that the fallowing described lands wltl lie It fur a pt uf brgthvnce K AJ XV by lot ft N
OF PUBLICATION run N au Ct h: & a II 22 W. C. Powell 5.C8
KExmCE. : TO APPEAR Bold ae public auCtion all the first day of June. 111. .t Starks th" lUO ft 8 au It \v hits Com 105 ft S of xn: ('...rU
:Nlc.; MB- FLORIDA to: Anna rt to Pt ut bvg t)avid, (lack: 2.90 vt HF4' nf :'::1<:', A
\T : I. Mill County 01 Bradford, Stale of Florida, to pitY the amount due lor
who" residence Com .t SF: Cor or nlk 18 run W 210 ft, H In5ft
yi1q taxes, herein set "Ipo..lte, to the same. together with aU costs 4 If & run W 80 It fur a lIt B 210 ft, N 105 ft '.
MlnPf"rwiulred to .aline. such sale and advtrU..ln.. tlf brg thence run S to or* 28 6 21: L J. Keller' Est 4.18
''" the above :114 ft W 8U rt t4 274ft I'om tit NH; Cur of SB'I.

13:and, i iaus", wherein pl.ilntlff n..rl..o. 6rerst ..1of E t8 .ftc to pt of beg 1.1U.! Va6 Hard 3.11011II nf NK'4'; .. run H 106

1 ? Bradford County a..d II.... ...,... Ra", A..n. 0...... .a..... ('o..t. Coin of Lot 13 ft, XV 210 ft fur a lit \
,dl"'h'II' publish this Order, : run w 160 It for apt of beg, thvncn run XV I

r"pf, ,.r weekly Issues.. oS"1'. at NE& NW1ot !/ of beg. thence run :210 ft, S 105 ft. B 210
?I m hand and official NEl4 N 187 rtV 80 It a. 117 N 105 ft to beg 28 6 :22.! 1 I. J. Keller Est. 5.33
''it rS k0. Florida ,this April 12 'I 19 80 W. Wa Turp Co 5.1SEl4 E ft to Pt beg .V111ee II"\\'II" US Leftt.II ft F: A XV liv
al" ot E1. 26 II 20 to N. W. lIIann"I'" Clf. tROS Cur 'ff Hue 110 ft N A S In NXVCor .

941. ) A. J. Thom4IIAL All 8% ot N1 1 of 14E4 13 & run N 100 ct fur of Wlv of 8KV :

of Scald Court W 01 Hranch U' 20 25 Funnie I Crews IL pt of beg th..n'. run \ uf SK't' : of Nt-:', 28 6 :23 A. J. WllkersonSam 3.31
f.rk 1.51SW
Florida F3SOftN 114 It W 80ft Com on K side of ChurchSt
I Landrum' Star'14 NW'4 ot NW'4 oil: N', ot
ank bur: I;If. tt II-II k ot NW 4 13. 20 110 W, U. L..nby 1,3" S 114 It to Pt of beg 0"0 Coleman ICO where. N line of .
1
SE'.. uf NE1 & 2-A. In Cum .t HE Cur 01 Lot III NXV'., ofI I.4 crosses 1 .
IpM'IT| rivTRT. BRADFORDTV toItCor ot ofNE' & run W 180 rt N 187ft & run S 175 ft, \.r alit '
: FLORIDA IS .CHAMl"VJ : NE1. for a pt 01 beg of beg, hence run t ..
14 II 20 UV.. n. Ln..nby '
of 1.3 thence run \V tiO ft N H NO ft, K 112 ft. N .
R% NE' ofVV 211 I... 2'1 '
,. : U 6 20! H Jre"n $
,
,, | Albright. Plaintiff. rac1 Ulk J. Town ot 137 It E 110 tt I H: 1:17It : 70 ft, thence vxterly .
|''L, Klianor Albright, efen- River 23-24 6 20 Ernest Mabry to lit uf beg Charlie 1110'01 t 2.1 88 to a lit of beg 28 6 22 K/Stratos 285
1,1 Lot Will lIarbr ::82.t Cum st SB Cor of HXV'iof 'I, .
(
No. Lot 7 ot Blk 8 Lute ., 2u7t
InrS? OF' PUBLICATION"NOTICE 2.. 4, oil, 8 ot Hlk 29 \ N 135 tt of Lot M\V, & run XV 7115 .
.t ft N 316 ft, NK 608ft. !'
TO APPEAR At tote 2. 4 ltrs M. 10' frown 2.23 ,
I. 10 12
8.
,
NI Jane N ll1i. ft ot Lot aa: .. Easterly' 206 ft, K .
OF FLORIDAto, : 01 Elk 30 & Lots x Mrs. M. F H.WII 1.1H !I
ATE Albright, whose residenceEft 6 of Elk 31 & Lots 2. 2.4. (ii8tt of Lot U Sirs. 11. F. IIru"n 1:23N" : 174 ft, S 902. ft to '
beg. slMn .-.., '..In lands
( "
St., Lancaster 3. 5. wit A. A. Annie 1.3M
I..mun 6. 8. 9
'l.1 10. 11. :
R nf Sirs II. JoII'1 rk-
,. of Lot 117 "III Barber 6.tlO <
01 .8lk
3: & Lot J2 of
'flvanla.' : K 311 ft 01 N ll1R ct of 1 menV of Ry InSK r 'i
are regnlth tab veDname, Rlk .3 It Lots I, 3 4. > of 28 6 S3 10 E, Johns
fIV 1944 .. 41, Lot II Ott'. Nub Div John null..rd 1.1 IIIS 8XX" H. 33.23:
6. 6, 7. 2:I. of Rik It
wherein plaintiff 39 It of N 27' ft ofl.ot
cause, '
and Bradford County Lots 2,4of141k46& II Ott' Hub 1)lv Joe King 1,1 68V' OltltlVAI. TOW OK 'I""K' 3M aAnnie
Lots I 66 '' .
'I C'1I1.
3. I ot ,
A
\ of of HW' of
Vsph: publish this Order 54 HWl3 ,
shall) I Hlk 4t1 Lots
1. 2, 3. N l'4 K 14 A of Ny Lot lot Hlk 1 A InndsH
'i at four weekly Issues.- f 4, 6. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. 11. 1. t .t of Hlc'4 of NW'4' 1U\ 1I! Jo', K Austin :2,1SE4 J 11 of let. to HtrrrtLot Mae Krmper 1.83
"Starke Floridahls AprilKWKdMC 12 of Elk n 8 Hlkll I of NWy4 ":x U A 3 of Illk 1 At laud.
| at 65. 611, Town ul New' In SE 'or 2t 1U\ all Unknown 3,1N44 -. 1nf lot tti MtrertLot Annie Mae Kemper. 2.87I
'M. Jtlver za-u 6 20 Emil Mitchell. 13..2 01 S"\4 of $WI4 & 6 I.fIlk 1 A land

; VI HE54 01 NE'% 3:1: 4 20 46 Eliza Wilson Eat 4.18 ,, Ht4 uf NEl4 of S\VI.' 2. II U .0... A. Annis 3.iNWy4 K of Lot to Street' Volley MvKlnnry .61
tU, $W'4 ot NJo:'. 4 7 20 40 W, O. Mimes ::1.91 01 NW%. 01 N\Vu4 2G 15 U 10 a.r I. Paul 2'.ISEy4 i, Lots 1 3 of Hlk. 16 BxXV .
Landrum. ,14 W54 of NW'.. . 'I 20 110 Wlnfr..d M. H..n 12.11 .. : : 2& ft Carl illicit 391
U IIG'IHrll'r of 8Wt4 of tlW'. 25 Ii n III I' I. lit M. DO'afelder 2.1sv 0
far Plf. E U acres. ut NI-11. II 'I 20 It Winfred. III. H..n 3.96 .,4 uf SF.6.. ut 8W"4 25 Ii U 111v.. C' leyn 8 Hl'o. Ino 2311 1 1..I Com 23 ft 2 In B
roniT: Lots I, 2 7 7 20 101 C. I.. Adklnsun 11.G8 01 of Slc'4 U 'U 10 P C. .r..t I'il3fiE' of NXV Cor of Lot :2 of
FLORIDA IRINA CHANT- Lot 9 .ot Bile 1 Lots. sRIt" of NW'l4 of 1'11'4' iii 5 U 10 I.r:' WIIII"n 1.1 l Hlk 20 M. run S 41 ft, I.
I'n', 2, 7 ot Blk 12 Ward 01I" ot I21 3-4 ft N 41 ft tu .
8W" \\10 NV54V
pl. Plaintiff 'VII.un . City 8 7 241 Mr. T. P. Ward EBt. 3.111 \ uf B" 25 II U 4 Brown Annie lIullllon 1.1 a Cull St, thenceV. tu pt .
bond E. Ingrnm. Lot 4 F.1k 11 \Vard City l'nklllwn I.U W1" 01 NIoJ" 01 SII' of ,.t .beg' Tom Burrell U.711
Jn ram. Defendant. Ca.e Last 3 Elk 11 Ward City Mrs Laura Baxter Eat. 1.16E'AI 8 24H ft of F4 1 uf Lot
NJo:% &: JG it of NW\o\
t051. of Jo'r.1 Elk 5 Rs.1V of 8E14 of NJo4; :It II U 10 John null.'d 2.DOE 4 of Hilt 20 D. C. Jones 3.44
Ir'IR; OF PtTBLTOATIONJ 111. ft Ward eilY 8 7 20 Hattie Melvin 1.41 5% A ot Nye vt NW'S4 Lots I, 3 of Blk 23Ulk H. C. crown 4.77
\r) NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 1 Elk 12 Ward City Crosby I.U 29 as extended on
lit
Ezena 26 i II II R. E. "al'brough 1.13
> OF FLORIDA 10: ,.Marlonam : Kx H 100 > >
.TE Lot II' Elk U Ward City Godwin 1.15 N.tor HEy4 01 NW% Ex Knxry's lisp .
whore residents la 114 K NO ft. Mrs Thelma Larantaux I.IfIt
:
Lots 6. II Dlk'' '11 Ward IA W of Ry In NECor ft A x 1I'
.(. A v..., New London, Conn. City Robert T,. Green 2,11sv 01 HI ft 01 N 171 ft of ". I: .
oil ot IIW14
Nye
.u are required .to appear on of V144&x Rd 9 7 20 31 Mrs. 1.1111. Cone 3.05 : : IS I U 35 IE, Edwards. 11.110 K 80 ft. of Blk 29 asrxtended '..., .... .
above namedand I .
In the "N.llt,
i 15, 1944 If NW ; 1 on Bnsry'smap '
of N..I
All 1'.' ;. of .
I cause, wherein plaintiff of HWI,. & Ely oSW54 8W14 10 of ny 26 i II 8 F. A. Fisher 123 '. 'H A. W. Anderson 35.1
r d I ores Bradford County F.x: 1 tract 295.33'tt All N.% ot 8Ey4\ 01 HWy4 Coin 157'i ft F: of NRCor
.
raph shall publish this Order In 8W Cor ot NE'of E of By 26 II II IS lola Little 1.U of Brnmlwsy A .
weekly Issues.IPHS H. I. Hough n.1l )lot 8ts & run K 03
fit four Mw% 13 7:0 2R. - 8 420 'It 01 SW4\ 01 -
my band and official \Vy of NE>H nl HEy4: 14 7 20 20 W. Wa Turp. Co 12.11 213 A In NW Cur of<< Nl)14SWIAt. ft, N 10B fl.V 10ft
at Starke Florlda,, this April Jo:4t ot NEC4 nl SE4! 14 '7 20 211 n. 1. Hough 2.3:1MWl4 : Ex I A to Mrs 8 106 ft .to- Pt of '"f' "-"> -
IN*. of NWI4 15 1 20 .0 A. L Crosby -8.111, ...y 26:! 6 U U 101" Lillie 2 toN 1.eg. IS' 22' J. D. Con D.13

,...AT, SKAT.) A. J. Thomas H III'A uf A1t:% bf Ft\V1: 111 7 20 10 We.Va.,,Turp.. Co 1.89 E'4 01 NWI4 ot IU114 211.. 5 U 10 H. r.. brown 1:30a : 1 T let of lend In Starke ;
s 210
M
NFof : 114 ft N A by t
MWl4' RE'Aot
flt-rk' of said Court A In NW Cur of NE4t \
rank Lnndrum Starke, Florida N,4' &: WS4 of NW4of \, HFy4 '.1 8P4" 26 1U 3 T. W.. Felton 1,3NVI'14 ft B. & W Rounded' K

1. for Flf. 4-14 4t &-& HE'4 111 '1:0 100- C. F. Padaett 7.00 of NW%. uf "HF'4 "& by: Sanderson St.Lane, 18' t3 Mary Jane Green. list II.UI.I'I'II"'O
All NW\Io\ at NW% N ot Jo1 1911 ft .f SW'S4 uttoIWv. 01B; by Hoyt
----- 18 20 1.:0. Williams 2." 200su
Rd 'I 20
nf HNb4': 211 1U\ 13 Unknown HIM. IIV OK OK N ON 0 3ISBlks
rinri'IT (rofRT BRADFORDICVrV E'AI ot NE' III 7 20 SO A. 1. Crosby 1.36S 01 NWofNWl1& THIIIV A ( 0' Nh4! KV4

FLORIDAI IV CIIANERV. <3.4 01 SW'4 It NES4 NI4 nf tlWI4 01 NW27 123\ 80 Ulna S. Abbey 4.4 3 4 W. C. Powell 7.20
.
6t H 3ot 8E14" of x .rNV' W',. of Lot 17 & all lots 4 of rrlk 8 Clyde llsnkerson 2. "
Cml Clinton "Jones, Plaintiff, vs.s 4 F3 II Branch 8 U. 31. 32 In Wondlawn 31 5 :22. U O. E. Crews 1 et Lois' I. 4 of Illk 13 Meta Hnmmett .77

> Maffdlllon Jones,. Defendant All NF.,4: ot HWI4 E If t Lots 49. lit WuolIawn 31 5 22 20 0..0. lIIo"l..y .11 bats Lots 8 1., 2 of Illk 19 Carrie. Turner 1..83I
No. :io&o.mnEU Branch &: NW 54 of Lots II, II .oodlll"'n 32 II 21 :W Urn. It..y. 41.82 I Lot 4 of Hlk, 19 Lulu Jones ,.H4
OF P17BLICATIONHVD //olE'.. Ex 2-A cemetery 24&4 I ot N :'4 ot NW". &: Illk 25 & !SjH I ot Blk 26 -A. It. Randolph 6.62
NOTICE TO APPEARATE &: Ex I A In 8Jo I'.r 16 'I 21) 128 H. E. Stok. 9.16 Fu4 "f NI:.4 01 N1Vl4of of 26 A. II. Randolph .99
OF FLORIDA to: Agnes 1 A In NW Cor ot NWyof NW'4 33 123\ ::11: J. C. nlxnn :2,5P 8 SS l.olH I..Blk 2 of Illk 27 A. T, Paul Las

ilillon Jones, whose residence I ,'IIW\to being UO yds :% of !lW'.4 of NWI, ofNJoI lot 3 of Blk 29 M. F). Roberts 1068Jos
oX 68 Rt. 4, Charleston, South I N & S by 3G yds E /. & W'+ of IH '. IMk 211! Kx lot 2 Hos-an 7.20
ins & W 18 'I 2// 1 !Mrs Little Cone 1.13 of NW of NE'4' 34 5 23 III E. SL.Binunt 2118Iot Lots 3. 4 of Blk 3. Willis luibf-rts 8.8-1
liar. required to appear on 11 A In ftJoJ Cor! of NW14 1 In Peet.vllle 15 II 13 17 101. 1.llth. 2,34Ey lot 2 of Illk :31LfilM Ethel Lloyd .77
15, 1944. In the above named 01 HE' 1of Hd. I' 'I U 1 A. L. Crosby 1.41E1,4 of aWI4 nf NWI4rx 2 3 of Illk 35 Alfred Uarnrs 1.21
.
ft and ...cause wherein plaintiff : M NE1,4 &: E 4911 tt I A In 81' C'nr 35 6 18 II 1.11..11" Davis 1.70 E: !u ft of Lots 2, 3 ofBlk
a d I v orr... Bradford County of \V'AI r.1 NE4 17 'I 20 110 1\lr". Lillie Cone 13.11 N'.4 of NWVofNW'4&' 36 loin Little II. lit

graph shall publish this Order. ,,8WI.. ot Nr-'i & E% ofNW'4 all N 3.4 of N\\\. rlNWI4 Luis 3. 4 of Blk 40 Llllle A Lonnle Jackson 8.81
"it four weekly Issues. : & E 111 A of I II nf Ity 3G 15 U 12 lola Little 1.42 Irfits' 1, 4 of Illk 41. Ham Franklin .77
ntnen my hand and officialat NWI'L of NW'4 & NE',4 1 I A In NW Cor 01 $14'. Lots. 1. 4 of Illk 45 Sarah Scott 2 118I.

[ Starke, Florida, this April of B Vy. & NW1,4 ofRE54 212 R. A. Weeks 21.60 of NW'ft 35 II n 1 Unknown 1.nW Ixits, 2, 3 of INk 46 Sarah Si-nlt 8.9S
QU.'ICIAL. U 'I 20 3ot N"" of NW' ofNWy4 Blk 5 Van Ness A Belle 21>.7f
If & 38 II 2.: 15 ('. T. & M. nlnclr" :I.1It
NWy4 NW1,4
SEAL) A. J. Thomas SWt4 8.10 Luis! 5, 6, 8, 9, lOot "
C. C. Dees I.U
I'lerk' of said Court. of RW\4 23 7 20 80 SE'l of NE4! 8 6 23 40 Pearl Robinson Blk 11Ixits Carl filch 24.04

rank Landrum. Stark*, Florida M% of NWy4 of NWI,4Jo 1 IA In NWI4ofNVVofN 8, 9 of ilk 16NH Cora A. Brooka Ii.nr:

for Plf. 4.14 4t &-& x 1 A In 8W Cur 19 A. 11' Rosier 2.IO! W% a. per. deed It..... of Lot 2 of Illk 18 !oj. L. Williams 1.29
(Church) 1 Ii U In Deed Rook U. page lets 6, 7, 8, II, 10, 11,
IIHrriT ("01'''''. BRADFORD ''All HW% 01 NE'4 N ot 103 ., I 8 U 1 n. H. 'rundwt'll I.IS! 12 of Illk 26 Wm. Balln 17.43

PI IVY, FLORIDA! IN:/ CHANNnond Rd "& 3 A In NE Cur 23 Carl Reddish 1.15 WI/o, at HWy 01 2414'. & 284NW'.4 lots 1, 2, 12, 13, 14 of
.R"'. ot 8"\4 ot Ewa 2'1 Ii 21 HFy4 If NWI4 4 II 22 GO A. J. Bryan ilk 30 Earl lleorge 2.44
E. Dnan. Plaintiff vs.Kvelyn Knl\ NW\. A In of Nh'4 0 II. 28 40 Melvin! UrICrt" '..1(1N Lot I of I"Ik K Ex H 10 1 .

.Doan, D.. ten dant. NE co :: all Ny of 2.36 185 ft 01 SE'. of ft A Lot between Blks
ReddiB1\-
I.2
117 Ury nhod.n
N f liranch 2'1 II 21 nf 10. n 4 Th..lma
No. :II06SnftDER 14Wy4 ry SW'4 E fly B A B In N. J. Jones.
OF PUBLICATION NW'.4 ot HWI4 Jo1x 18 A COin at NE I'or nf W16 Addition. to Starke 28 6 23 Mrs. Pearl Simpson 1.11
ND NOTICE TO APPEAR onV side. & all B\V'/ of O1Ey4 of NWI,4 &: run '
r\TE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth 01 SW!. N 01 Branch 2.05 H330ft.W202ft.N TKMPI.K.H UIII""O "'0 HTAIIKM 3NHlk a aa
Kn Doan. whose residence Isi Ex 2Y A In NW ("ur 2R Ii 2t 41! Ben Faulkner 330 fl, 1-1 200 ft to pt
20 IB.. Thomas .178W'4 2 Frank Bryant 1.117 A. A. Annls 7.20
[i eorge Mattson Independence, E'" at NW'of HW'.4 1 8 II 01 h.-l'A1 A 10. U 4
'iiirl. of NE'i &: MW4 otNW'.4' 1.83 COin 211n ft W ot NF: Con N 42 ft of Lot 3 of Blk
MI are required to appear on &: NW'of HE'4 Ii 6 21 '120 T. L. Willie of W14 01 04113% of 27 Oenrge Parrlsh 1.13

Iii I h.. 1944, In the above namourt IEY4 of N7.:54 Ex 1 ACemetery Frul..r Kelley 1.18N' NWy4 8 run H' .20 ft. Lot 6 of Blk 27 Cecil Thomas 1.31:
and cause, wherein plalnjxeeks 13 II 21 39 1.13 W to road thence N Lots 1:1.: 14 of Elk n.ItI..lnIU' ,
divorce. !. of RF.4: 01 RE54 5 7 21 10 Unknown along road In 14 1'1..... Addition to
graph shall publish Bradford this County Order \\'AI of 8W''I ot 8I-:14 20 '7:1: 20 H. $. Wall r B.35 line, thence E 10 beg 10 6 22 4 Joe lIf. Griffin 2.611 Hinrku 28 6 23 Win C. Powell ..11

T"t four weekly Issues. 65 A In N'nf NE',4' W to road, thence N'om Lot aof111k1 A 1 Lot
}'linens my hand and officialat deeded. to WilliamccONE at NW c'or of E';, loo( ft N&; H bv 52H: 9

Starke Florida this AprilIKICIAL Ex lI.nNNI4 of NWy4 1 ft 1'7&WInNW Cur
ofRNW'/4 Norman Blu. HJVO }t : I
13 T'
., I9U. y. If 7 n 9,93IF run E 662 tif, Lot 3, DnwllngsHubDlv.
SEAL) A. j. Thomas 01 /oIW'.4 24 7 Z1 .0 I. U. Young to road thence :N I slung 28 6 23 Knots Fred LInd 4.18

Tt of said Court. :Y4 at NES4 &" E'Ao ot lI.n road to/4 f\...,. line Lots A, II, (' of Illk 1,
[rank Landrum Starke Florida NN' 01 HE 25 7 21 60 Eliza Hall thence W'to pt of V Add to Stnrke 28 6 22 Boyd Holloway 2.06
2.1.VIA.
of N..14 ofRd 108 22 5 An..1 Griffis Lot InOf I Illk 3, J. (I.Alvarrs .
ill NR'/4 beg
for PI I. 4-14 4t 5-& 1 'I I'lydot Morgan Young 1.07 20 loulee. e tJardln..r a.11I 22 Madge Whlgham 1.81
4
Ex W 9 1.3 2R 7 2t \ of NW'4' of NE'4 11 8 22 Add to "Slnrke. 28
:3.11Vf4
N of NWy4 29 7 21 80 Albert & Lula Willis 1.63V'j of I'IWof NJoIII: 8 U 211 lInk nown
HR
%
COr\TY J-nr.K' COl'RTHDKOIIK 3.11Ycy ,
8 U 2n.A. c1. Rogers ADIUTlni TO "MT4IIKHLot 2N' ax
,ot NWya Ex 1.A to of SW'.4 of NEV4 II J. M. JOHN*
COIINTFLORID", 1.83 2.14
311 7 21 79 T. I.. Casey ot I IW14 of I'IW'I' II II U III Tom Hod"
WHOM JT MAY CONCERN: Church 22 to !ol. 1. Crews 3.U of II 8 Z2 20 Irene E. IIrown :t.1& 2 of Blk 33Lots Mary B. Maloney 214
It. 01 tlW'4 HEY
T"V.,''* 'Is, hereby given. that Iuirli 491% ot NWli E'AI 10 Charley Brantley 1.1111 32 K. It. Mllllgan 1.61
12 6 2:1: 3 4 of Blk
Nt-J\4 ot.NW',4
ot
t Final ots. 6. 8. 7. 9. 21, n. W% 1.94
my A. W. Anderson
of th,, Will and tEstate 27. 8'1, 38. 89. 40. .1. vii of NE54 Wye' ofNE4 Lots 6, 8 of Ulk 86

lUrtha! E. Biggs, and will on 42, 43,' 45,. 46, 49, 60, : of NW4oJ II CITY tHK "Ml' 'II.DIV. W, A C.: ADIHTIO TO KTAHKR", 3* 4 aa:
nth day of May 1944 make ap- 51, 52, 63, 5., 55, 56, A 01 SE\4\ ot NW\4\ &"

lion to the County Judge of 67, 58, 80' 61, 62, 63, 10 5 U 200 7. L. & H. R. Rhodt'll 24.15 lIIA 1 A nf on SF4' N end ofNW'4 nl W II 8 21 112 Mr". Pearl Starling 2.'IRl' Lots 1. 2, R. 6,*. 7, 8 of *.'

ford County. Hon. E. K. Perry- Woodlawn Woodlawn 10 II 28 20 Unknown 1.93 of NEy4 ," 12 I 22 40 I.. W. Conway ..119W' Illk 1'{ 'A L<>ts 1, 2, 23, ). -
for ots n, 48 : /4 A. Annl. 23.99
Final Discharge as said It. Rhoden 1.13 Illk 2
20 L. 1. & H. s't\r\ > nt 24 of
11 II 28 of J4 :
Woodlawn at E'Ao
82 .
utrl r.-t. 30. 8 22 III A'lplW..t ::1.10 Lot 12 of Hlk 3 .. Lines. 26.74

MAE R. WELLS, As V'y Woodlawn of Lots 18._ 31 1211':8: 10 U. W. Haviland .LIBots WYCy of RW'.4" U 12 IS 12 411 John Johnson ...50N ( Lot 7 of Blk 4K' H. KIrkland .. .94
rutrlx of the Estate of Martha 4 S of BlkLots
<, of Lots 23'A. '
of SEI4 &
iifS*, Deceased. 4144t. ; B-S 63 of, 114.Lots 69. 117.80 58Woodlawn It It'NW'of of flW4!RJI4: .I Mf'I. 111 6 U 38 Unknown 3,71. I Roth 11.00

TICK OF PPLiC"TIO N'y 12 Ii 22 50 'V.- C. Deyo II Bro. Inc 10.30Lol. Lot II ot Florence P3.Canova's :. R, 6, 7 Bx N.W Duvet
FOR of Ulk 1 It.
TA. .DEED .. .. J, 2. 3. 4. 13. 14. 15.I Sub-IY! In II U 20 du. Irma E. O'Neal 2.US'AI ling's Add In Starke lID, 4 : F. Flume 7.80
17
.. .... I III, 17. 18. 29. 30, 11. N 44 Luis; 25, 26, 27. 28. 37.
jOTICB JR911HEREBY6GIVEN. 32, 83, 34, 35, 86, 41, e of SW'of NE'4 E aK, 3H, 40 of Blk :3, n.
Mamie LnnEdwards' holder 411. 47. .S, 110. 6:1.: 6., 250 J. W. Baker 23.3"Voodlawn of road II N3V ot 17 II U GO lira. Irma E. O'Neal '1.110NEI4 N. Dowllng's Add to
9-10th., of T.1I' ,Certiricat .No. I \ 13 Ii II tiE%. E road 17 II 2Z 40 IIIrll. Irma Jo:. O'Neal a.13 Slaike 29! 9 23 R. L. T. Thomas 'i J.14

i I..u.d, .'". lib day of August T tots 5' 6, 1.1, U. Wood 6 28 .0 J. Jr. Williams 4.45i of S13S13'4 Cur 01 S\VI NK'/4 of NK'/' Bx Lots I.
I3 .t RE"
'
Q28, has filed'sam' In my : lawn 10 1".8. Woodruff 2.3. COin \V 111ft 2, :3, 4, 6, 6 In "SB' : CorA I
6 28 &
c" n i Lot 37 Wnodlawn 13 3.24 of SE'44 run Kx 1 A In SW Cor 29 6 23 34 L. J. Prevatt 17.93
20 'has. A. Rhodes 211II It R:, '
deed 13 11 U I Northerly
be issuedllthere-- Woodlawn ft.
a tax ( to i tits.. 51,52 1.38 Com 210 ft N of HM Cor
PaId certificate embraces the Lot 39 Wondlawn It IS U 10 Unknown 325 ft S. 218 Ct to a pt 17 8 22 2 3. C. Clemons. 2.UAY of NKV' of NWVi ..

'wing! described. property In the Lnl... 5, 6. 74 }. 9. 10, 11., ot beg. 01 NW',4 of run W 210 ft, N 210 (I.

"to-w'f Bradford, Stale of Io 12, 23, :& 28. Woodlawn 11 II U 110 I... L. &: H. n. Rhoden 9.21Woodlawn NEVI'of I1.3 IR II 22 U 20 VldlorlaYA. Barnes 1'.1. 2.U..7'1NW'.4 beg I210 ft, H 210 ft to 29 6 22 1 An..el| Orlffls 6.01bnund.d

11\ Stock 7 Ex lots '.L J.1 andof Lo & Eye of Lot U IIi II U 15 1\lr. E. O. Harvey 2.42 N'" of of RF'4 8Wlio of Ex NJo\\I A 18 d 1 A In SWVi of SBH \
lot 3 1.311 . W by !St.! N .
Town et LawteyV 'Voodlawn 15 65 22 6 Avery L. K..ever In NJo Car Church) A:
Rye Sec. 23. Twp. S S R.. 22 W'AI of lot 10 1.13 by W, A. lfathsi A"
Stoker
15 11 22 II A. N' of SW'4 of 8W'4 Sue 1.89 22 | ..Ot
ne 6
8 at 1 en law 18' 22 99 Elisabeth lot 29 1 o. O. Plumer -

he a.....ment of the said prop. I;o" I. Lit a 1.. lot SlII &strip AI'I4: 100 If HW"It wide 4 across Com at "SB' 'or of LaFsyette .

MW'J"tinder the the said nain.certificate. ot Mrs. In.M. 17,124&Wof: all LoU 39. 411, .1, III 122 135 T. I. & H. R. Rhoden 11,34 (B If end NI-4 01 f:W',4 nf roa4 01 20 d 22 1 Lindsey Orltfd I INF. 2.1.Abollt land St A A run Westmore K I47H ,

d U, 5. Woodlawn 1.68 ft for a pt of beg 1
II U 20 ":. C. Alo..l..y 10 A In HE'.4 nf
III !
nl'iw said certificate Shall, bepm.d I bets 83'4 13 \Voodlawn 16 G U 10 Mr. E... a. Harvey 1.56 NWV4 as. per deed. Rec.137Deed thence run S 500 ft, hi78H ,'
Wondlawn
ft W
Lot N 500 ,
according. to law the 33. Book 40. Deg O. S. Bradley l.n ... -ft. 29 4 23 Jr.1 'M. ::1\II1Ion' 2.90
21 10 nf
"rty .. will be 8b 37738 & Noy ofI.ot 21 6 :22 !I t to Pt beg
highest bidder 86. :
to the at the 01 Blk 1 II! 01 n B: 400 Ft n f NK'4
,''thous5 door on the first 1 lonIn 39 &: all 4R Lots 51. 52.0., /y 2 W Ez 1 A. In NE: Clr SEVi "t SK" Bx por- I;;
41, H. t'i.! lion S of Ry & BxH
month of June 1"44 N
lot 10& tt
P1"h isthhe l. 5th., day of June, 1944. 68. 117, 111, 63. Wood 17 5 32 .05 L. L.. 1-1 It. Rhod..n 1711 A&RhylloflE&W Ex 1 A In NH Cur 29' 23 4 Mrs. F, M. Tlbbetts 9.71 I'W'i'

Patel thl-i 11 th., day of April, lawn 'or oil E'" tit131k of NWof\ SEVi I
SE :
LoI" R2. 33. 41, 43. .11. In K* NI l A 30 4 22 14 Willie Lucas 2.44
of R :3 W. .
4rFICTAL SEAL 110. 51. 112. 63. 54. 55. 1 R 21 II U Ethel Lloyd 10." N i fI2It of NWVi of
) A. J. Thomas Sub-PlY. .
81 112. Temples 33 6 22 16 R. D. A R. A. XVflls 2.44
ft
80 145
511, 67, 63. of131k n NK'/i' rW
Bradford
of 01 HFt4
Court .
+flyfFlorlda, 4-14 4t _11rIRCTIT -5N 94 & N4 of Lot 11 122 18& L. L. & n. R. Rhoden 15.33 That portion 4 8 of R 3 W ly- 4 '-.1 Com' st HW Cor of N NKV.at 625
lawn A
Wood NW'4 run
"m tits 13. 20 oil: N1"! 01 Lot II 1U 25 W. 1\f. Reddish 2." Ing NW'4 F: of of' NW1/o Pee. lineof ot 'j. '. ft. M S4J ft, M lot ft, -
( ,, BRADFORD Woodla.wn 3.24 214)ftS420ft.W
.
19 W. M. Reddish B
OtVTY. FLOHID... I CHi N'IR1 .tits Woodlawn 16 5 28 20 5 Mre. E. O. Harvey .11 SE" & W\4 of SW'i 655 ft to beg 32' 23 S Alice McDoucald t.nAll
: 22
nOtl 5 NE-.4 A Temples
16 of
31 Woodlawn 1.tO 2.111 of HK'/4 of
1 Unknown
L. Thompson U
c"1 1 EIIUb.th Ruffham, Plaintiff, f1: 45 Woodlawn II 5 IS 10 101. Hub-Div. II 6 NBVi NKV4 rof road n. 21 2 Louis Kahr Bst. 17.4
'of n3.W
II 8
'IGI.nn Albert Buffham Delen- W'.. ot lot n II F3'4 of s'14 of IIlk N.114 of RW% Com at SB Cor of NWVi I I
No. 30113. Iota 40. 81 :1N% al 5 U Zft L. L. &, lib n. nhod'ln I.U In Hub-II". 1y nf HKV4: A run W 148
ORBER 19
AND OF PUBLICATION 43wnodfaw'"nwn 19 5 U 10 L. 1. & H. H. Rhoden J.511 Temples _1 8 U 3 James i.a 3.0. ft for a pt of beg .
NOTICE TO APPEAR r1t 39 tn nre run N 148 ft,
TATS! OK FLORIDA tot Glenn wits.. 2. 3, 4. 7, II, 9. 13.H. E'4 nt Blk I of S Elk nr n IHof K 148 ft, N160.8ftW
"
Jt Buffham. whose residence 21. 22. 23. 25. 211. 5 U no T.. H. R. Rhoden 11.15 3 F &RIF&RE'4 W'4 ot t 273 ft. N 159 ft, K 280 I j,

k P D. No. 3 Madrid New 27. 2*. Wondlawn. 20 20 15 22 10 J. R. tlapp IIlk 1 N of R: IF] ft, N 274 ft. W 490.7 ft,

sT? are ".required to appear on I.nt BE'A 117 of WNnwodawfnNWJo, 21 15 U 10 Clyde Starling 1.n NWy4 of But of 1 S ofIt S pt 760 of ft.oJ beg 234 ft to 33 6 22 5 II. Chandler 3.41

:. -1., 1944, In the above nam- tract 53 1.3 Rds EV & IE'& N'AI n 1 A sf| In HW Cot! of
1 01 110
nurt and cause, wherein plaln \ hy 60rdsNASln: of Blk 1 S U I U 17 Ira C Gardlnu 10.1f E% of NWVi of HBVi >3 6 32 1 Joe Johnson 2.44
""eks divorce and of ot 8WI4' of Co. '..10NE NEI/.Bof
custody We Wa Turp ftiaf
Cor :
: NW 20 85e BlkI
5 II : aa. 22Lot
for child. Bradford County .2 8 Ln'OI.'V CITY (U14 oP' 41E34 W OF R* )
"Bb shall of Ez 10 A R 01 R 2 II & N ,
publish this Order NE'4 .
of E'lk 1.2"Lot
sw. Florence Albert
W next four weekly: Issues ; In & W3.4of 5 U GO Mra. Irma E. O'Nea1 '.U fl8 of RR2I4II Ex 1Lot 1 of rrlk 4
Itne".., NWW11.Corf II Kiln Williams 1.2S
my hand and offcmiarke | | SF'/ In NF 3 ..f Blk 6

hI I..at I9H'. Florida this April ::5 ot NEY4 of NW54 E. U II U 19 C. L & )'f. .Dlnafelder .U Cor, 149t Temples sq 8u" 2.13 Lots 6. 7. of Blk 6 Philip A Joe Johnson .94

1 A 01,,. II 22 2 nebftnna Clark 2 3 4 of Blk 7 Rehtta Cummings. 2.14
r FirtAL REAL NW'44& W44 ot Lots ,
) A. -J. Thomas 1.71titsb
SW' of 6 :S .0 J. Co' Pr..vatt NW Cor of FlWI4ot
Clerk' 12 Com at H. A. Prescott Jr. v 1..11N'
,
[ of said Court. 8E'.4 of N. 8 110 Lot 7 of Blk 8, .;.
H. $W'4&run
3
I'y' Duncan. Jacksonville Florida 8. 'I. A. P.'Ik for a. pt' nf.beg. 4 of NW(, of NWI
for Plf. 4.14 4t ,i-6 Town ot Lawtey W ot 23 I n W. H. Biggs Eat. '..URy ft thence run E 100 ftB t EaIAon Wend&

nViT.IrR' OrJTI'"TIO' TO ot ToWn 0t II 22 Mu.Donald'('her I. Ann MeS' 1." UII ft. W 100 b..1II'ft. N II 4 22 Aaron Jlolley .33 Ex Vi A Vault Lot 33 II.U. 12 II. E. Johns 11.11''

....F.I"TF.R; FICTlTIOt'9 YAMS' L .BlkWU 0 Rl 13 1/10 IA tt,of oEpt oft NE4! SH( of NWVi of NWVi t i

-1 4ottre"rslaned Is' hereby given that the lisg. Lot WI Town of 23 Ii U Unknown .!!ItLawt. 01 0W64 of RW'4 U' 22 3 A. R. Randolph 1.UW Also Com on S line 60 r
: under the provisions of RY J J
.)' 01 a l A triangle
I A W 8IS <,
Chapter ft of Ry run
20963 Laws of Florida. BY I% IIECII. 23.24. 2.1. 2. 15 2:1: II'
OF roads
5 of will with the LAWTEY E between degrees W 380 ft.
.. "I1' register SOWN OF 1.U .1 Mil
r Rradford Court. In and In 8% of RE'4 of $W'4 13 5 22 I C. M. Sllcox thence W 15 dtsrsss N ,
County 3."
Itlou4 Florida, the All Lot :I E of old: Law- 'E'4 ot 8W'4 N ot road It II U U A. J. Thomas to W. line of tied 33. -''fa

r.,' under"am which* of /H.A. Dlstrlbu-..n..g..deolnlll' try .Middleburg Pub A. A. Annie 1.U NW"" of BE" All thence N to NW Cor I I
I am .
of of NWVi,
. !*.' Bradford business.County at E. Call Florida.St.. 110 Lot R4An 11 B Middle uri SW'4 road ot 8E'I, N. ot It. U lit J. W. Jordan 6,45 thence HWVi K to beg 33 23 35 Tbe American Trust Co. 'l." '; I

I d u"ln..a! 'I. owned byj Joseph I..wt.y A. A. Antll. 1." of NlC1,4 ofNWy J
W 11 A (Continued, on page 8)
1.4.
Arnold Barber. .
Rot 148, Btarke. ,.1a, R A. J. Della Keller 2,24c
U 11
11 6
hated of Lot 113y .91 1'7
this 23th day of April. n/l Sub Div Ed D.nIlUI.ld '

I.rlda.as Btarke, Bradford County N ot Lot 15 'j




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FRIDAY. MAY .
bu, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPU STAIlKE.I FLORIDA 11II I )
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and Mrs. J. C. Cochran Mrs Floy I
College for Women where she Mrs. Wainwright course to the honor guest Sullivan Martha Will Castleberry, I'ZiOR '
Miss
Miss Fran Opperman, e I
I i.1 SOCIETY and CLUBS sorority.Is affiliated with PI Beta Phi Hostess Honoring Miss Irene Ruth Matthews Jones Miss Miss VI Smith Louise, Elsie ton Johns Bell Garrett assisted and Mrs.Mrs.Dickinsonin Thorn-

Pfc. Dlffenbaugh Is a gradual Guests serving.B. ACID
-- Attractive Snyder Mrs. Walter Spaugh,,, iIJDIGESTIONI
\ I EngagementIs of Leon High School In Tallahassee Mrs. William Baggett and Mrs, and Joe Kelsay,
Third AnniversaryOf F. Geiger
and later attended the Mrs. J, R. Wainwright entertained -
AnnouncedMrs. at Se- Tuesday Bernice Opperman. left last week for Jacksonville
Girl Scouts University of the South at bridge
will start their Navy
wannee, Tenn. where he was evening at eight o'clock honor where they
The new Girl Scout scribe, Huddah Corpenlng of pledged to Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ing her sisters, Mrs. Carl Cham, Miss Gilpin Weds training.Mr. I 1
Peggy Ann Wiggins' / reports Starke and Las Vegas, Nevada, fraternity. He is now stationedat bliss and Miss Ruby Fugate ot; William D. SextonMiss and Mrs. Charlie Ousley and

I"'1 that on Wednesday, :May; 3, announces the engagement of her Camp Elliott, San Dlegb, Cal. Jacksonville who are her hous Jessie Jones were recent guests uf
guests. Georgia Gilpin, daughterof Miss Ida Hagan. They were called -
Starke Girl Scouts celebrated daughter, Thelma LeEtta, to Pfc. 5OcCarpaater's
their second birthday with a James Guy Dlffenbaugh, U. S. 'I 1 Methodist Circles Easter lilies and in gladolll the living were< i Mr Fred Gilpin of Poplar the to Illness Valdosta of their, Ga.mother. because Mrs.J. of.
used effectively
party to which their mothers Marine Corps Reserve son of Dr. Met This WeekCircle room where bridge table were< i Bluff Mo., and William D. Sexton E. Ousley.
were Invited. A large birthday and Mrs Guy Dlffenbaugh of placed. The hostess gift UMr son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Remember Sunday School every Drug Stogy
I cake and Ice cream were servedat Tallahassee The wedding will be!I One of the Methodist *. ChambJIss was a corsage Sexton of Atlanta Ga. were Sunday morning and also the
the close of the social hour an event of early summer WSCS, with Mrs. L. D. Vlnlngan of red roses, while Miss Fugate'i quietly married Friday morning, Christian Union every Sunday .
Mrs. Lemuel Colson, leader, Miss Corpening was graduatedfrom chairman, met Monday afternoon was fashioned/ of gardenias.At April 28, at 11 o'clock In the evening at the Christian Chuch. COURTMANCHJEWELRY
I announced at this time that Montreat College High Schoolrooms office of County Judge E. K. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and
Church Mia
', will be changed School, Montreat, N. C., and Is In the the close of play,
I ( : the meeting day Perryman, who performed the children, of Jacksonville spent
\ + to Monday. now a junior at Florida State The meeting was opene.l Lucile Mitchell was! presented
//1, from Wednesday ceremony. A few Intimate Sunday with J. J. Zeigler.
W. with a double deck of cards as+ C-L-O-S-E-S
r .. .. .... - -,-r-- with prayer by Mrs. J. holder of high score. Miss Fu friends and members of the Immediate -,, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeiglerand I
y t ,' White after which Mrs. A. gate was given a purse-size Individual families were present. daughter Judie, of Gainesville For Summer ':
Wood reviewed a chapter from! match holder and Mrs For her marriage Miss Gilpin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. May 21 1944 :
t THE AMERICAN ERA IN FINE PERFUME the study book. Mrs. Titus Ol- Chambliss a bottle of cologne I chose a dressmaker suit In a D. Grlffla.. ,
t soft shade of orchid. With this Miss Ida Hagan. All work must be called |le, :
son had charge of the programand In a bingo game, Mrs. .To"<" I
was assisted by Mrs. D. E. Scanlan and Mrs. C. A. Darby she wore white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ousley and before that time; othemth
and Mrs. Bertha Pearce.It won prizes of defense The bride was a member of baby, of Miami spent Friday with write P. O. Box 103, Start
; Knight was announced that the During; refreshment, stamps'j the graduating class! at BHS and I 'Mrs. Mattie Hightower, of Law- and I will mull) C. O. I). :

circle would place flowers In Mrs. Wainwright served after the commencement pro- tey, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. -J. II. CourtmanHi/ I,
the church during the month of Cola, sandwiches and potato gram, the couple left for Gainesville -I Alice Jones. I I
May On Mother's Day, May 14, chips. Those enjoying the at-I! where they spent a few
Circle Two will assist. It was fair with the honor guests were days, returning tHIs week to
I announced that the circle would Miss Lucile Mitchell Mrs. Joe I make their home In Starke
where Mr. Sexton Is employedin BUY HARDWARE AND PAINT
meet the first Monday In June Scanlan, Mrs. William Baggett,, I
I with Mm. Fred Guy. and Joint Mrs. A. N. Holllday, Miss Frances the Park Theatre

cf I hostess will be Mrs William H. I Peek, Miss Lillian Stern-
hG I, Baggett. berg, Mrs. Earl Johnson, Mr. Clara Dianne Colson Try The From, A StoreWith
Mrs. J. W. White was hostess C. A. Darby Mrs, Joe Prill and
after the! Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colsonof :ModernMiracle
for the afternoon, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. ExperienceAnd
,f WHIH HlAtlS Alt NIGH meeting adjourned she Invited Valdosta, Ga. announce tha
v the members to Canova's Phar- Betty Jane Nollman birth of a daughter Clara DI- Wall Finish A ReputationFor
for Ice cream and cookies. anne. In Moody Field Hospitalon
macy
I Weds Ensign BoydIn Wednesday, May 3. Mrs. KEM- Fair
14 Circle Two met at the home Colson is the former Miss Dealing
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, a candlelight-'ceremony Mon ,Clara Flume of Starke.THERESSA.
1 1v
'. with Mrs. Sewell and Mrs. J. day evening April 24, in the TONE And Honest

, B. Cottrell as co-hostesses. First Methodist Church, Tarpon
rI Mrs. E. K. Perryman presidedand Springs, Miss Betty Jane Noll MUs Ida Hagan Dries In One HourI...
I r' 1 II.a1 .11I the meeting was opened man, daughter of Mr'.' and Mrs By It's Washable! MerchandIsingOne

with prayer by Mr W E. Mid- W. H. Nollman .of Starke. became MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Coat Covers I _
dleton. Mrs. W. J. Chandler the bHde of- William Bag A large crowd of friends gathered -
reviewed the second chapter of gett Boyd, Ensign, USNR of at the home of Mrs. J. P. Goid"&nd WE STOCK AT ALL

24"4k" ,Joyous,1 lo clcoITn9,ecitotic.... -- the book for devotional service. Tarpon Springs,. son of Dr. anJ Dickinson Friday evening April TIMES A FULL LINE
" Taking part on the programwere Mrs. P. M. Boyd, 'of Tampa. 21, for a miscellaneous shower,
'I I*, fclgh.tplrlled a* the. ring of SUNFLEX
j Mrs. A.
Mrs. W. T. Clute, The Rev. E. E. Snow performedthe honoring Mrs. Gladys Hersey OF COLD WATER
, : ','',I' ,' youthful'laughterexultant! Z. Adkins and Mrs. Middleton. ceremony before an altar Williamson. A variety of gamesand
I 11,., os the leaping-pulse of life. jqso 0 It was announced that the circle banked with palms. Arrange- countests were enjoyed and Casein Paste Paint! AND OIL PAINTS
to",; "'''i', I Created by leigh, It present would meet the first MondayIn later in the evening the guests Just Like Adding
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i 't JTHE OUNCf with Mrs. I S. Hutto. baskets where Windows To A Room WITH ALL THE
l" | June gathered In the living room !
f II r ,:J the epitome of perfume qualityct
,
delicious
ONE SIZE ONLY served witha
The hostesses and the vows were exchanged be- the honoree was presented -
,: LITTLE TRIMMINGS! :
j Ort American price. home-made Ice cream and cake, fore the chancel rail. Tall tapersIn shower of gifts by little Allen
\ I... and favors were bouquets of branched candelabra cast a Cochran and Emmajean Hall. Superior TO MAKE\ UP ASUPERIOR
: pansles. soft glow. Oil Finish Paint

it. / Prior to the ceremony, a program -
LEIGH Silver Tea TodayThe of nuptial music was ren- SEI.1.H HKAX.KSTATI3 DAVISSEMIGLO
dered by Mrs Ann Crier, soloist, STROUT
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of St.Mark's
/A 01.'UN"'.. ., 'hll.114., ,... Woman's Auxiliary and Mrs. J. F. Arnold, pianist. Grvntrat .d.ertl.er of ro.n- PAINT
I. ,'A Episcopal Church is I The traditional marches were r2.OOe .try.!..property of Home linn_made Forma aver.
y'/ holding a Silver Tea this after- I used. '' "..r..IIt.. Barer from all over the
'i'I",: W* /invite,' you to come in ond try the LEIGH/ Perlumes noon at the Church Service I .The bride, given In marriageby World. Free open lUtlmr. For All Interior Walls STOCKAnd
Center between the hours of E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY WoodworkBRADFORD
, her father, wore a powder
jt , /07 four and six o'clock. The pub- blue crepe suit with white acces- Represented.
: : A" lic Is Invited. sories. Her only ornament was a

'I x :; u ova armacu New shipment; ;of office suppliesIn gold chain and locket, a family I F. C.118 IIOLLINGSWORTH S. Walnut St. HARDWARE CO.
I (/ heirloom, and her corsage was of
t at Bradford County Telegraph Locally by J. B. CARLISLE. Owner
: ,: .. gardenias.
office.
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i Following the ceremony, a reception -

.Ii \ ; -, Mr. and was Mrs.held W in D.the Fletcher.home of

!\i Nature Favors The with bride's a large table heart-shaped was centered wedding How a Pulpwood Shortage

1"'i 91.c fJ cake, balanced on each side
with while tapers in silver can-

1a the SOUTH!, I delabra.Later In the evening Ensignand

cf Mrs. Boyd left on a short Handicaps the Farmer.

wedding trip to Tampa. .
,
) Mrs. Boyd Isra! graduate of
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-i Sebring High School and Florida
rrI 1 V tilAL Southern College, Lakeland, receiving -
her B. S. Degree in
Home Economics. She also attended -

4'4 Summer sessions at Flor-
,' f -' ida State College In Tallahassee, FRUIT AND

where she received her vocational
,' certificate in Home Economics.She .,. VEGETABLESWOULD
and her husband are both
'_ ..xE former members of the Southern ROT
Singers. Mrs. Boyd is now a
IN THE FIELDS
t member of the faculty of Landon
High School, Jacksonville.
E Ensign Boyd is a graduate of:
: Tampa Springs High School and .
r Florida Southern,College In Lake-

land, where he received his B. A. MILLIONS OF' EGGS
Degree ,In Journalism and Eng \
,f lish. He also did post graduate I WOULD NEVER T
: !work at the University of Florida.He . I i
1 I. a member of the Lambda' 'REACH THE MARKET
Chi national fraternity and was I
closely associated with radio and

J'. newspaper work while a student
at Southern College. For two .
", years, Ensign Boyd was a memo --.---- ------ .

.. in climate.And climate is impor of the South pays substantial ber of the faculty of Andrew

tant as history well shows. No other factor dividends.Its mild climate Jackson High School from which E FEED STOCK AND
he has a temporary leave. He ,
has exercised much influence the less
so upon requires expensive factory enlisted In the Navy and Is now I
=
' daily lives and habits of people. The out' construction, and temperate weather stationed at Mayport as an educational ay FERTILIZER WOULD

i' .. come of wars and the rise and fall of nations contributes to lower operating and .maintenance officer In April he received -
'ra't SELL ONLY
IN BULK
have turned on weather conditions. costs. Ills commission as a deck' ..1

r "; a During the past two decades industry in officer and for the pant two .
Nature blessed the South with a mild months has been attending Indoctrination -
P. +& climate. Days of abundant sunshine long the South has grown faster than in any school at Hollywood

I 11, growing season* and rainfall well distribother part of A.menca. The Seaboard Beach Fla. At present, he Is
uted throughout the year have given the Railway, a key railroad serving the South under orders to report to San
region an importance in agriculture not has played an important part in this onward Francisco for sea duty. WITHOUT PULPWOOD TO MAKE CONTAINERS
march of progress In the future changeover -
'' exceeded by any other area on earth.
from war to peace-time economy the Miss Peek HostessAt Pnlpwood helps the farmer both ia the farm produce are packed in pulp00"wraps
x Climate likewise has a most important Seaboard will continue to plan and work
marketing and the planting of hi. field boxes
ih bearing industrialproductiea.Manufac- a greater and richer Southland. Bridge PartyA liners, and paperboard

turers know by experience that the climate Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia. variety of spring flowers crops. Feed, fertilizer, sods and other before they reach the cones ner. AB"

decorated the Peek home for farm essentials come to the farmer in most important, pulpwood contain
the bridge party given on Thursday containers made force'overseas.
.1
evening of last week by pulpvrood. Fruits, help the farmer feed our armed

Miss Frances Peek for Miss vegetables, dairy products and other .
Esther Miller of Grand Rapids,
Mich., the house guest of Miss

Frances When tallies Opperman.were totaled at Pulpwood for Food and for Victory!

% w the close of play,. Mrs. Wllliaih
RAILWAY Baggett was presented with a * **
box of note paper In recognition f

... of her score and Miss Miller VICTORY ,PULPWOOD COMMITTEE rt'1
tn. was given a hostess gift of
lusting powder. L. T. DYER ChairmanL. .aJ
: r ': :
$ + Buy Mon WAR laNDS Mrs. S. L. peek assisted her USWII:&
ir daughter In serving a salad D. Vining, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, Hogan

t Smith, Tyler Jones, J. g. Eouglag .jj_.

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< f Local News Mr. and Mrs.: F. L. Durshirier Mrs. Edward Burns left this NOTICE 'iii IHCI IT <'Ol H.... : .
Iln.\I(1"n tiff eek
o and family moved to Brooks- week for a month's vacation I Because of lack' of In C'f" Vf. .....01....'. .\1 ('>lIKIfk. \\. ,i Telegraph* divorce hall publlnh Itradforcl Ihla County 1944I .
space Order I .
( fH J. Thomas
11')11'1"1.,1"1.'
vlll last week. Mr. Durshimer I III neat] 1 four 1 Cour I
with relatives In Dallas Texas. this Issue, the customary thank, I Itnnald CtiurleH weekly i.euea l A <'lerk' of nald
E.: C. ;Marotta and chlldtrlcia has been employed' as linotype Mrs. J. H. Bitch of Jackson I to voters from candidates will V". AMi-r May ttryan Itrymi Plaintiff.DefendantCane I |I I at Wltn.-HK StArk.. my'Klorldii.' hand and this offli-lal April 24th neat II. O. Hrown'Ally '
and E lc110' left at No. XOX4OHDKU for I'lf! 4-18 4t S-It
operator the
Telegraph office ville was the guest of her daughter not be printed until ,
I Meteor for for next week.C1nCJ'IT : (up' rt'BLIOATION: ... ...... /
the Silver the past five years.S I Mrs. S. R. Johns. Jr. several -I I ANt) NOTH'K: TO AWKAItSTATK 1 -- --- I ,_ !) !p'J
In
lion of several weeks R. Johns. Jr. left Fridayto days this week.Mlas II I OK KLOIlim toAll.: "-,- ,I FUNERAL DIRECTOR

fork City. condition enter the Merchant Marine Esther Miller of Grand i.x l'UtT'! '\, ....cwiur...UIUU.:11.turonii.\'I- May River Iti-yan.Avenue hone Holland. reeidence Mlfhlcan.,In slx; I My "Many Yearn, Experience Maker It ''''_Ible for "e to Rends"FFFICiFNT
| B S. Edwards' Training Station at Brooklyn. Rapids. Mich is the guest of I CKHV.John You are required to appear on PROMPT: and COURTEOUS: : SERVICE ,
May 1'rtth.! 1844, 'In .
Mrioiu in St. Luke'3 Friends of Mrs. Glen Duke will Miss Frances Opperman. .. Mekrult. Plaintiff, vs. 1011111' Court and ,tile wherein abuse named
<1 Alckruil JL> iitlaui Cussu: caune t 1)114'in- MODKKATK PRICKS
I Jacksonville, where the regret to know that she Is a Frank Wilson has returned 3091. tiff seeks divorce llrndford Potinty I
I.en Monday night In patient in St. Vincent's Hospital from Riverside Hospital Jack- I ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Telexruph In next shall. four publlHh weekly IMHUPH.(this Urder DeWITT C. JONES
ambulance. In Jacksonville. \ sonville where he has been a ANL ;NOTiCK TO Afl'UAIt: I witness my hand and official Heal Starke, FlrrliUFOR

patient.Lt. I AI"krult'h.STA'lK: OK...FLOIDA., I'eeldenc.r to: Mildred I1N.Mt / al 19H.Ktarke, Florida, thin April 2-till, II IL L ., -...T- .-.- V'
John A. Torode has returned vamp North 1:11&.1.: Uuilvr. I'.IIIIMV- OFFICIAL 8KAL A. J. Thomas
AH Clerk nf said| Court. I
to Langley Field Va. I You are required to appear on T. Frank Landium Clarke::, Florida F
HAT SEZ: after a recent visit here with I Juuu loiiit 6lti.and, 1944.cause.In. wherein the abut plaintiff named I Atly. for I'lf. 4-JS 4t &-III SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE t

his mother Mrs. Pauline Torode. seeks divorce. Bradford County ;::.
I Tl''Krapn suall publish this I FLORIDA MOTOR
H. N. Fairbanks local Older LINE BUSSES
manager
, In next' lour weekly I....u....
She might not look likeWhlwtlrr's of the Florida Power &: Witness my hand and official \ C'IIIC'II'r C'oll"r. .\It.'nlln .
1 seal at 401T: %', "'..011 IIH I IN Eli ,>- FOR COURTEOUS \
JJ atarke. Florida, CORRECT
mother. She might Light Co.. Is spending a Vaca- 1. 1944. this May I. .4-I-HV. i I I INFORMATION\
('t tion at :Miami Beach. tUKKH'IAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. Tomlinson" Uraw Her, PLEASE PHONE 147 ''II
even uear slacks and use a little Ac Clerk Plaintiff, vs. Everett: :N. "ra"
Mrs. Harry Lappe and three &uKnlKhlCetxrks Hrfenilant. Cane No. ItdSS.OltliKU :
Knight
HpHtlfk and rouge, but she daughters left Saturday for a Attorneys. for 1'latntUf Floi'Ida, I : OP ITHI.ICATION. : .n..1 I UNION j
ANI NtlTlCB TO
APPKAU
is still MOTHER. Be sure to month's visit with relatives In I S-5-4t-B-I 9 8TATB' OF FI.Oltir>A to: Kverlett BUS STATIONLACY

remember her on HER day Illinois Ohio and Indiana. IM riHfllT ('OI'n'r. BIIAllFOIIU1COINTI l, N. Rrnwner, Jr., whose renldrnr) 0I
l I. 217 Went Center : '
May U. Friends will regret to know : FLOBIUtl' l\ C1IA.C'KWTl \- vllle. Ky. ; tr..el111111..11'1' CONWAY Agent I;.

that Mrs. J. H. Lord Is very ill I J'ary A Scull: plaintiff vs. Robert j'I I You are required to appear on I Temple Ave. Starke FloridaNOTICE !
,
at her home on Went Madison. W. Scull: Defendnt.OKDUU ,, :Nay" 2!>lh, 1W44 In the above num. I .;
I !: tip FI'HLU'ATION I'I"d Court and cause, wherein plaln- .
Mrs. R. H. Daniel
and Mrs. ANn NOTU'K; TO AI'I'KAIt:
J Tom Dupree of Miami were I 1 STATE OP FLORIDA to: Itnhvit
W. Scull whoa. ad.ll'eB" I III Head. .
guests .Wednesday of their quarters Iftmory, a&S Coa.t Ar \ :
cousin Ivtrs. W. B. Sewell. I I tillery Search Light Hallnllon, A.
P. O. tlZ New York City New
GIFT for MOTHER Sam I
Mott post office em- York:
ploye. was taken to St. Luke'sHospital You are required to appear on '
June 6th., 1944. In the above nalnrrl. i
Jacksonville In he
Court and cause, whrrrln plulnllff
Jones ambulance Wednesday. seeks divorce. Bradford County

COSTUME JEWELRYTHAT Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hy- ( !Telt-arruph next four shall weekly publish INHUCS.|this.. Ordern I "f t

man of Brooklyn N, Y. arrived( I Wltnens my hand and nfTlrlnl I .
...., .
seal ..
here last week to become perm Zdth.,at 1944.Htarke, Florida this April I '" .

PLEASES THE anent residents of Starke. They 1, 1944.
will the United I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
DISCRIMINATING BUYER manage Army Ac Clerk of said Court.J. I
Store for Mrs. Hyman's brother W. Harrell Jacksonville. Florida
Louis Shafkln. Attorney for Planlntlfr. In Order to let EmDloyees have half
j our
a
5-6-4t-5-!<
$3.95 to $10.00 I


From where I sit. Joe Marsh ?
.
by I

..: Holiday each week our Store will be closed'I,


GOWNS and SLIPS Parrot gets I I 'I\


$2.25 to $4.95 Will Dudley's Goat each Wednesday at One P. M. Effective : I


Will Dudley never liked his Well, Will and his wife both

wife's pet parrot. Claimed the bust out laughing . and made

parrot called him "Stlnky"-and peace over a friendly glass of Wednesday' May 10 until further notice
ate his pipe tobacco. And the beer, allowing how It's pretty ,
Missus said It served Will right silly getting mad at one an-

HOLEPROOF HOSIERY . she'd told him not to smoke other's differences.his I
"
pipe Indoors. From where I sit, that's a .. .. .. "" I ..

42 45 48 Guage To make her point,the Missus\ mighty happy ending. If all of I
us would live and let live In a
grabs Will's pipe and throws It
the window. So Will spirit of tolernnce-wheiher It's
out grabs
95c to $1.08Sternberg's the parrot and throws him out tolerance for a parrot or a pipe
too. Looks like unplt'Dsantnf'I"'e',1 lie a whole lot happier CANOVA PHARMACYWALGREEN
better off.
and
-till In comes the parrot with

Will'scorn cob in his mouth. 11"
(And whistling "Home Sweet c9ce -n'f..aA4/' {

Home," Will claims.) AGENCY


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------ ---- -- - --- -- CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR Nrldra Marie Thompson tiff dlrorcv (!' -'?,,M .
SAVE TIME --- dant. Cane No. 3015. Telegraph shall pi,, c.ii
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PUBLICATION Ihl
N John Garfield ANI ORDER NOTICE OF TO APPEAR In! next four weeks 'HU,..t
Grant STATE OK FLORIDA to: Neldra Witness my haUd
BLANDING SHOPPINGAND l Is ""AI at tltarke, and .ft/
INFORMATION OF CAMP Maria Thompson whose residence 1'1"" I...
4718 Council Street, Lo Angeles, 37th. 19. IhhNltOFtllcIAL I
S RECREATIONAL CENTER LOll Angeles County, California.You ; 8F..AL A J "
Star In "Destination Tokyo"A are required to appear on All Clerk ot Meld C' "':'
May 29th 1M4 In. the above named -, Percy I.for. Tbfltna", Ja k.tnviiq\\,
Atty.
Court and cause wherein plain: Pit. 1-YI/1.
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AMUSEMENTSThe .. ----
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thrilling story about "n and their weapoo-chleve. Thomas Marjorie Fay Crosby goodbyes were said. The bell- p. -- - --- S?

' American submarine, the U. S. S. "CROSS OF-IXWUAINE" Freda Crosby, Judy Kelly, Julian :Milk Bottle which by the way Is a cowbellIs
=: until next August
laid
Copperfln, operating against Ja- Telling a simple and graph! Hazen, Mary Frances Hazen and away
aboard FOOD Rev; J. L. Wester conducted an
and of the heroic men
soldiers -
pan
of French others.
story of a group at Pine Grove
meeting
fare that all-clay :
her Is the new screen
Nazis as
the
will be shown at the Florida They -' Imprisoned by Mrs. Norman Rogers of Gainesville Camp Diner last Sunday ,Attendance was fine
fall of France
y atre Saturday midnight, Sunday,I"The hostages Cross after of the Lorraine" will occupy in visiting relatives here Come And Get ItMaude's and dinner. was, served... on the. tIINGHT, SATURDAY
Monday and Tuesday. "Destina Florida She Is the former Helen Geneva grounds.Mrs.
the Place
the screen at
tion Tokyo" co-stars Cary and Thursday. Parrlah. Nellie Wilkinson was In Sun. Mon. Tues.-May 7 8 9
next Wednesday
Grant and John Garfield. cast Includes such Mrs. Eugene Howtniz and Park Cafe Jacksonville Monday and stoppedIn ,
all-male
"Destination Tokyo" tells a The headliners as Jean Pierre Aumont, children of Key West are spend- Sweet Shop at Cohen's to see Lura Burgess" ,

love story-that powerful love of Gene Kelly. Sir Cedric Hardwicke, ing an Indefinite time in the Snack Bar who is 'employed at the button
home of her parents. Mir. and Mrs. counter. On June 9 Lura will go
mechanism
men for the craft, the ,Richard Whorf, Joseph Calleta and
Alfred Thomas. to Gainesville for summer school.
the weapon which they serve in Peter GIFTSGisiaints
which they risk their lives in Cpl. and Mrs. Hershel LayfieM b the rNpper! ..1bt
order to perform their duty. There Lorre.BROOKER and son of Valdosta Ga. were PINE LEVELBy
cramped thana week-end guests of Mrs. Layfield's Mrs. H. M. McRae
Is no place more Wonder Gift Shop
My Minnie Lou Ilazen
Mr. and Mrs.
submarine on a long oper tlo.al parents section
Bradford Photo Shop The people of this are
J cruise, no prison rears walls so BIRTHDAY PARTY Noon Mott. busy gathering strawberries and pedollunl I
close and confining as the crowd- Mrs. J. W. Thomas honored her Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene and MILITARYSUPPLIES working their other field crops.

ing pressing sea through which young ton, Wayne, Friday afternoon daughter: Carolyn left Wedne.aday Rev. and Mra.' W. E. Hall attended -
Keene
Mrs.
for Ft Myers.
; they probe. Men are as varying
at
with the occasion the fellowship meeting W R"
In a party and daughter will make their
In personality and character aa
4 Orlando Friday and Saturday, accompanied -
his third birthday anniver home there with relatives while Gislain'sP.
their fingerprints yet they must being
Lavon Alvarez and
be, and are hamonized and adJusted sary. Outdoor games were enjoyed Mr. Keene Is In service. S. Stores Vernon by DANE CLARK TOERT HUTTO 'WARNER ANDERSON

like the delicate Interacting and later In the afternoon I Mrs Larson Mint and daughter 'Mrs. Crosby.Jessie Pribble, of Glen JOHN RIDGELY AIM: : KM'* nillRU! PRINCE f DlrKI"by DEtMEl DAVIS

parts of a fine watch. So refreshments of jello and birthday of Jacksonville were week-end PHOTOGRAPHYBradford Saint Mlary. and 'Mrs W. R. Al-

' here, in this watch-case called cake were served. Wayne received quests of MI'.. Mintz' parents,, ford at Macclenny were visitingMrs. -:- LATEST NEWS ..
the "Copperfln", we become ab- many lovely gifts. Those Mr. and Mrs Lee Galney. Photo ShopC. : Ellen Laws Saturday after- :

sorbed In and fascinated by the enjoying the party with him Seaman Gordon Parker is homo Smith Gardner.THEATRES. II ,, II _
Interplay of human personalities,'' were: Perman Roberts, Shirley on a seven-day furlough from noon.Mr.., and Mrs. E. C.'' Sapp and

thrilled by the efficient coopera-I' Green, Stanley, Annette and John Son Francls children, of Gum Branch were Wed.,: Thurs.-NJay 10, 11,
tion they develop and astounded Green, Marcia Kay" and Jimmie Mr. and Mrs George Barber visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- i'

K by the st'lnning.re: ulta t ey:;-,; ..Hazen. \, '.Jimmy#- Gay Patricia. .and con, of Gainesville were Florida I Rae Monday. '
guests of Mrs. 'L. O. Hazen and .
Park Pvt. Robert Taylor of Camp
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family Wednesday. Blanding, was a dinner guest of
i WE CAN ,USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Ritz H. M. McRae and family Sun- r I
FARM
SUNNYBROOK
)
TAVERNSBlanding
TIMBER DEPARTMENT I day.Remember a
By Mrs. Araula CrawfordMr. the services at Pine
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Bar Level Sunday morning and even-
Center
and Mrs. Robin Lewis and I
pit FERNANDINA, FLA. children and R. W. Lewis all of Maude'4 Placeand Ing.Mr /
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis madea
falona, Ga., were guests Sundayof 1YA
business trip to Palatka' Mon-
"' / / / / I Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs J.: N. Kelly Mrs. W.'T. 1

,,1 'IIIIIUlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIHII"CH' i IllIlOF"lI 'HRiIST"IIIUIIIIIIIIH"lIIilIIIIUlIII""lIililIIUllli' Mrs. W. C. Ward. Crosby Mrs. Arsula Crawfordand day.Owen W. McRae, Coxswain of rtr a
We are glad to report Bute and Bob-
I I very baby Crosby
Long Island; N. y, spent a short
Aubrey Mercer Minister that Mrs. C. C. Crosby is able tobe by Crosby were visiting in Jack-
leave ''with his parents, Mr/ and
SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M.-Bible Study f back home again. She was sonville recently. Mrs. H. M. McRae recently.

11:00: A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Preaching: and I pital confined In Jacksonville to the Riverside for awhile.Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent Betty Jean Balslger of Lake r... ..t.p
week-end In Plant City and .
Communion. the City Is visiting her cousin, Gwen-
"i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown
''I Tampa visiting relatives. MM. dolyn and Shirley McRae.Mr. .
WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting. 1: were visiting Mrs. Brown's park Inez Kelly and Eloise Dobbs returned and Mrs.: Sibley, from Put-
Every Visitor A Welcome Guest I|I ents. Mr. and Mrs.. R. B. Warren, home with them after man Hall, spent the week-end FOR

lIIillIllIllIlIlI""I\I111ml"IIIII"II'I""III"'IIIIIIIIIIII'\ ,' ' .'WIII"IIIIIIIII"1II1I11I111111'01"1111111"1111I"11I11"11"11"" / """ """'" """'. ," of Worthington, Wednesday. spending several days there. with their son. 'daughter-in
others'Dafa i
'. Warren Kelly, of Starke was a .
Mra. J. R. Kelly and children, law Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley.
i 1 dinner guest Sunday of his sister Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, were
,
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mrs.'Kelly's mother Mrs. ix rntri'iT' COURT BRAi)Ponn )
C. C. Crosby.Mr. A. L. Drl< po l.ail and Mrs. Alton Dobbs, Mrs. Friday. Donald O. Thompson Plaintiff: vs.

. W. R. Halslop, Mary Ella!: and Mr. and Mrs.. Ira Merritt and > ..

Lucille Ward and Minnie Kelly daughter, Geraldine, of New River ir J

were transacting business. In Jacksonville were among many friends and .. let us suggest these only 1
A' C. Smith Gardner Wednesday.Mr. relatives visiting the bedside of BradfordPhoto
and Mrs. J. B. Griner, of Mrs C. C. Crosby Sunday. few among many gifts of lasting chary
Established 1900- Tampa' spent several days hero
of New York and Miami with Mrs. Griner'a sister and CLAY HILL and distinction for mothers and wives ttMother's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
ONE 8x10 :: By Lura Burgess Day."Mother".
$2 THREE 8x10 $5 Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 4x4 $5 Kelly CorrellpclndentCommencement

I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown exercises Thurs Pins
; STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER and Mrs. Arie Brown attended a day night. April 20, were well at-
BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. birthday dinner Sunday In honor tended. The graduates wore red ShopSTARKE
I ot Eaton Brown of Sampson City. caps and gown and Prof. Ramage especially designed for

Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly, of from the University of Florida,
_ . , FLA.
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Pine Level, were visiting Mrs.C gave the address.

C. Crosby Saturday morning.Mr School' closed Friday, April 21. Next to Western Union "Their. Day"
JUST RECEIVED and Mrs. H. B. Kelly, Mr. ,Report cards were given out and I

..e Rose Beads Chevron Earringiwith

lv DevelopingEnlarging lasting fragrance engraved with his rani


"* Religious Figures Straw Purses
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Printing that glow in the dark from the Bahamas

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New Chic Florida

r Ladies 'BiU.F olds .Shell Jewelry

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Ladies' $8.50 FEATURING SANDWICHES: MAY 14th is.

White and Yellow : .
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? Gold Dress Watches -RYE & PUMPERNICKLE ,

a .BREAD-FRESH ROLLS Mother's
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-.. MAY 6. 1944 . BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGI{.'P11. STAKKE. FLORID. PAGE" SEVEN'' !

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01"" ('o" TY ....no I,] A. p. 1944 at Starks.' InitredrPord
1 N'r 1'01 'I''''. !N'r.t'1'E! OFtl County, Florida
,Fettle\ (IO 'Il'IA1. Ci:AL) A. J, Thomas. ,

'.;)" ..al-' .lIId,t WHERE TO FIND IT Clerk for Kradford of the Circuit County. Court Florida In. and
"
T Frank I.amlrum, f
"li; ,'rri"w)('ATio:>f Fen Attorney for I'oiltloner.8TATU ,
>NIJ
SKLLL
.iVK: "I'll> : OF FLOU1DA ) ;,
reby given to allconcern .
e i- n hat Dan -. -.. COI'NTT OF BRADFORD .
,"'?> the *NtateHTII I. A. J, Thomas. Clerk of the
of
,? :.rdIl1n. Kva Thomas Florida at MM office In the Courthouse the following dmcrtbed propertylx .if. the Clrrk of said Court In Circuit Court ot the Kluhth" Judicial -
"mat-,..11th"sod 15th day of! In 8tark, In said County at'' l >tn One .1)I. Two ((2) and of 'War Bride Slurltf, llrailtord, Cnuiit.Floi'Ida, Circuit In and for Bradford
.
,., : pply to the Hon- 10:00 A. M.. or as Boon thereafter I Ias Three' (3) of Block One (1 > Poignant Drama in 01 liefort* the 22nd day ol MayA County Florida. do hereby certify ,
I I' i 1..4 k( ferryman County the matter can be heard, fur and all of Hloik Two (2) ofL.ItnKton L>. 1944 to show what right that the above and foregoing" la. aU'lIOI
.L- Bradford County, authority to veil at private eale! I | Truby and Com title Intereit' or lien )you or any and correct copy of the NoticeIn
aid for pany' MubdlvlNton. to the Town of you have In and to any of nail Eminent Domain Fruceedingsissued
-,- of Sturke, Florida; Stars Park above described parcels ot land on the llth day of AprilA.
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Ginger Rogers at *
which up|>llratlon will be bated mid to how cause why the name ". 1S44 In the cane of Hrad
: upon the petition for vale now on should' not be taken for the uses ford County, a political I nuhdlvlhlon -
\\RY OUR -I file In sold Court.Dated and purposes. pet forth. In said 1'c- of the State of ,,Florida vVlnford .
this Uth day of April Courage to appreciate the past How Jo and! the other girls tltlou, tM It, n. right of way, fordrulnaire \ Franklin Klner DefendantH -
.\. D. 1944. and .face the future is the keynoteof work out their personal problems I dlu-h for a ceotlon or Common Law Case No. 3049:
DAN: THOMAS.; portion of Htate. toad 261, de.inrnated an the 111110 appears on flit In
1-21 tt 5-12 Cluardlan.i . "Tender Comrade Ginger Roger forms an engrossing narrative, the an Project fif>21 aa located this office

Ihili I i -- i ''' dramatic starring: vehicle romance of Jo being highlighted I surveyed and shown on. said mapor \V1TNKSS.: my hand and official
pint hernlnabove referred to or seal at Starke! Bradford County,
which" will be shown at the Park In the action. The arrival of Jo'sbaby default
\ (''IIIl' I'r ('oi icr. nit \i>FoititCOIM'l may bll entered ayralnatWITNESS Florida' this lltli day of April.A. .
fr-I.OIIIIIll IN fll\ Theatre Sunday Monday and and her determination to )'on, 1). 111...
I Icllrl'Y
lot Dogsamburgers l'.au. Tuettday. on for Chris Jr'a sake my hand as Clerk of A. J. THOMAS
Muttle Urace Sutton Hoard I'laliitiff the Circuit Court In and fur LTudfoid
The plot concerns Jo and Chile when she loses her husband!, lends Cloik Circuit Court Bradford.
va Joseph Stephen Hoard Defendant County, Florida und the peal County, Florida
Case. No. 3074.OHDIIll a couple of typical Americanyougsters an emotional Intensity to this InspIring uf laid Court thla the 11th day. (OFFICIAL SI AL) 4-14 4t 6-3

[ AND :. OTII'Pl'HL.ICATIOX'': TO AFl'UAIl who carry their school- tale of Mrs. America

STATE OF Fl.OlttUA to: JoncpliStephen dIY friendship Into marriage anj t'olgnent and appealing but

offee lUmrd hone residence IK, dream happily of their future. with many gay comedy moments .
,' .
.MO.M lid Class, I'.S.S. IS 715.
Oipe May. New Jerhey.V Their plans are destroyed; Chrs! ) to offset Its dramatic scenes, .
,)>u are required to appear on Is called Into service. ThereuponJo "Tender Comrade" la hailed as THE H HPARKCAFE ,
May 2lth! 1944 In the above ranted
"COME AND GET IT"J. Court and cause, herein plaintiff gets herself a Job In a defense one of the hits of Ginger's career
I, seeks divorce anti Malden; mime Besides the ,
restored. Bradford County Telegraph plant. stress of'separaLion Ryan rugged young actor who '

W. Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCS-USO i, shall publish thin Order innext there are housing and transportation portrayals in recent oCfeiJng,_ ;
.
four weekly l Issues.SVltness problems) for Jo and. him the masculine lead
the
.. .. won us
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I
i at Starko, Florida thin April 21st many of the other war wives with gay and likable Chris turns In a
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11)44.10FFICTAI) whom she works. Four of them I I notable pet fOI'mlOnce, a* does RuthHuascy
SEAM A. J. ThooiiiHAn 120 S. Walnut
Clerk uf said Court. I finally are forced to band togetherand as the willful Impatient

I K. It. J'uni'Bii JuckMonvllie. Florida'' : rent a place of their own.LAWT Darbani. I
Ally for Pit. 4-2S 41 5-19 .. .
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---.r-- "Eat the Best t
EY Sunday school at 10:30: a.m., at
lTill'! ('ol'rJI'ufa:'" ('01 IIT at 11 1
preaching a. m. Kvenlng
\lIt'olln tillTl. I-'I.OIIII. fly IiM 1'1\elyii: \\unt-n
TO WHOM; !'r MAY CONCERN:' service 8 p. m. Everybody come

/ a Imve Notice filed l III my hereby Final Accounting KUt-n th.it as I ,Staff Sgt. YVllllatn H. Jones was und bring someone with you. And forget the Rest"Looking I.j I

AUmlnltitiHtrlx of the Undue: of visiting Mr. and Mrtt. L. H. Hillseveral ---------- -- ,

Urle I.. BIIII"> and 'will on the 8th days last week.It 1'IIU" 1'1' oiiir, mi\i>ronioivr > 'j
of May 1944 make application
day (' \. fi.itmii vi i> < "\-
Sun. Mon. Tues. May 7t 8 9 to tint County Judge of HradfordCounty seems that Johnny Gaaquo 11:111. for a Good Time?
lion K. K. Ferryman, for I who Is serving In the Navy and
,
Final Discharge nil said Kxerutrlx.KTHEt. ; Llllliiii AIIICB McMunua Plaint lit,
M. BIUOH. AnArlmlnlntratrlx at the present stationed in Pan- \H. Ih'rb..u'lh'"JI.. MoMuium, 1'ufrnUutlt. -
I
of the Kntnt of ama ha* been seeing the world (Can N... 8l" l.OltOKU l. Come toMaude's
Erie U 1I1IIg., Decenoed. 4-14 4t !5-C Ole I'I'HL.K'ATlOX
11. !I lately. He has been Auckland, ANI Ntmt'K AITK.Ut
New Zealand, New Georgia Ren- STAT13 lll"! KLOIIIDA to: ller- :
i\ CIMCI IT ('01 HT, pft \UYOIIi. 'pert Wllfox MrMiiilliM, tutno l'tnltlrnuH Place
(,'OI-STS. "'LonlllI 1:1f \,- dova In Solomon llongalnvllle la: 15U Srnrcu Ht., Iliiffillo
( 9Ht: 1.Reginald. | Guadalcanal Tulagl Munda New ;Nw; Vurk.Von .
K. Morgan: rinlntlff. vs. ors riMiulrcil. to appear on
7 Katherine Louise Morgan. Defen Ga., Russell Islands and, Vella M.. ). IS 1044! lit tliw ulio\e IIIIIIIIMICuiirt Across from NCCS-USO ;
dant. Cane No.' 305! Lauella. and. cause ulirn-ln plaintiff "
k ORDER OF PL'BLICATIO.V: M v e k.. tllvitrie.. I117ult.'rd, l t'ountyTt'loicrnplk ,
BUT SHE WON'T DATE! ANI NOT1CR TO ApPL,;Alt Miss Knz.i. Blanchard In shall pnhllHh. 'IIi Is Order. Temple Avenue
li1 next four wnfkly |Issues.
STATE Ot.'I.OIUDA to: Katherine ing some time imlllami lIPe-nJ-1 .
Louise Morgan whose re,,,1.1. ldenre \Vltti.HH my Imixl and ofrii'lill
la: 111 lloxelle, Memphis, latives.Alia. sent. at HtailiB, Klmldii' : ,I his April"
rks at a war plant.lows 12. 19.! I II
Beer LunchGood
: Tenn. M. E. hales and little -
(oKKICIAf.( !SiAI.: ) A. J. TinmasA
to on
"ew You ar. required appear I
can't get to May 15. 1944 In the above namedCourt daughter of U'esP Palm Bench, I I'leik <>f xalil. Court,.
T. Krnnk I.iuitli'iiin, "tiatics, Florida, ,
t base . don'tw and cause, wherein Kradford plaintiff County I i have been visiting Mrs isales'mother |I Ally h'H.. 4-14 Hi[
K e e k a divorce :
thin OrderIn I' Mrs M. B. Wells, "several i ia
Telegraph shall publish Fellowship
the story. .It's4s next four weekly Ivsuea.VitneBS j+|11'1 '1'1111) CUM"11i' CIM Ire Itr Till-', iI
and official weeks. I I,11! li II"T II .11...! I tl. f'III1 I 11'. I II
: \ my hand I
biggesilove this April I III tltl'ltllll) fOI"0.: .
neal at Starke, Florida Miss Florence McCulley of I .
::1"IS.IUADrollIt
y . and lots of 12 1944.OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas Starke spent last \voek-end with rril'NTV. .n |iolllln1milHllvlHlon I '

Is know . its A( .. Clsrk of said Court.T. her cousin, Margaret Carter Ida. ot 'the Malo' nf I Kim-. I I :
FloridaAtty.
Frank 1.11 ndrum, Starke I ,
!it story, toe! Wiry for Plf. 4-14 4t 6-5 Mrs. O. J. Phillip and children va.tS'hlturd. \l't'I It toner. I
.I
Mrs. Mattie Hightower and Mar-, Kmnklln Klni,

I vine Warren were visiting friends l>rrunilnnlNUTICH' 1 i
A Iw SR ,.
neR..w i
relatives in Therpssa last Fri
r I and IN ? iY I
KMt.VRXT: { HOMAIV I! I'llfK'KKIHNd."; ( ,f '
ups 1 I day.Mr. IN: Till'! NAMM Oh1, 'FullSTA'I'IS' I irb4' ..y' ,
4, tryryk and Mrs. Joe Shuford of / 01"! HM.DIMliA! w A \ I
I l
: Jacksonville were' visiting Mr. TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY I'ON-; 1 I ,
CKnV: AND TOXVlnfurd
f
fthuford's pnre-ntllt.1\Ir. and Mrs. KrHhkllti Kln: ..r, \\hftnf
4rJ John Shuford, lasl' week-end. plucp of residence. Is Duds (.'011"1)'. i ,

1\1:1'8.: Joe Harrell Jr. of Jack- Flurlilii.A. ,
ml to All iicrminx 'laving or
sonville, was visiting her mother, I'liilnilntl any right .III Is. Interest
i-MtiitK. moiiiriiKi. or ullii-r lion to or .
Mrs. J. B. McDonald, Sunday.
,
oit HIOKK rennin pai-ccln of land "
Miss Marguerite Wainwright |Iin I BriiriTuid. C'dunly, Florida, which
Included,, In and. forrrulnnwo .
with Miss Gwendo- are rriilri'rt|
spent Sunday ( of that part of SlalItoud ,.
lyn Shuford. 2111, ilmlwnutvd. . ill "Project We HaveEVERYTHING
GINGER ROGERS ; Two popular Lawtey boys now 55''f;; n. Inca tedeurveyt.d. und plulled
liy 'the .Mlalu: Itoiid, parlinnt. .
In the armed forces were visit- of the Slut* of Florldii, und shown A \
da. "CHIN-UP"GuI1 lit. : Our Breakfastsare ing home folks last! week: Cecil "v right of way rnup thereof on \
tile In the office ot tho Clerk. of
/ Dobbs Seaman 2-c of Pensacola, the Circuit Court III. and for Bradford 1\1;
r : something and Leon Starling who Is stationed County, Florida, a true copy I ;
of vnld map or plats l being nttnclird I ,,
1 : to crow about! with the: Coast Guard at to the Petition filed In the {
-IIh
Also Brooklyn, N. Y. Both boys seem- above entitled cause on the lltli you'll want for
j ROBERT RYAN-RUTH and lay of April. A, I H. IM4. hy |the a .
I ed to be "In the pink" wero Krndford 'onnty' H political I subs. ,
nnicu, (oumM MDY CNIISTIMU -IIN u'K' SHORT ORDERSserved walking; advertisements for the rilvlDlon of the State of Florida I

I A .;DAVID IAN(HM'S'AD DAiWIU D.KHAIII_Iml., from branches In which they serve niraliiHt In yon otidcnill nod each for of puldlc you seeking road- II :
a.1..1
,, >, ..... 9 a. m. to 9 p.'m.Featuring RISINGBy and sold highway parcels of flralnaKF land. Hltllilt 1'11'.1.0., lying lh I ! BIG EVENING ! ,

:. ,..... ..__ r. '. :r;.' .>< nnd being I / I In Krndfnrii County, ,
bl-T s.d by-neee. Mn. James Norman Florida ,'and more pit rllruhi rly de. '
I

A NEW ATTRACTION the best of CELEBRATES BII\I'IIO\: That prrlbed"portion aa Parcel followH of 1\: G. 1 IBIEEIEII I

STEAKS & CHOPS Thurman Jones celebrated his /oIN'. of NI'H
"EAGLE VS. DRAGON"A 25th birthday anniversary.Sunday l"-.... 13 acres deiicrlliedan
with a good crowd present. Those Heiclnnlnv at Northeast cor-
nor of said SK'of' NKVi: and '
Featurette CAMPDINER attending were: Mr, and Mrs.: Victor run Went :X3 feet t thence --- at --- '

Jones and lion, Bobble; Mr. Hotitheaiitorly. In a point Z2t".t

Rufus Green of Brooker; 1\Ir15. of said Went SF.M/ of 8outhen' !NKVi! thencoKnur rorner :

:-: P-I-u-s :-: Ruth Bennett, Mrs., Jack Sapp ; to '......tlon line; thence' :1
Marian and North to point of heirlnnliiir BLANDING
and twin daughters,
lying within SO feet of lit, unrveyline
LATEST WAR NEWS Corner' Call and Cherry Ruth; ; Mr. and Mra. Eddie Nor of ditch extennlon. left to Hta'
Mr. and lion HO + 94 ot Project B&2I Slate
Herbert
----_______,_ __,_ ... -----Go man and son Jones ;and little Road 241 waId. ditch center-line lie.Inft .
Mrs.! Gordon' Ivurrlberf aa fleirlnnlnir on the
Mrs. Thurman 1'1'1; boundary of unlil. HK;',t ofNn'4
Carolyn;
daughter at n point 811 feet Houth/ of j
Jones and son, Eugene. the Northeast! corner thereof and CENTER
.
run South ml degrees 11 minute.Rest .
111 Mrs. J. E. Norman and granddaughter 311) /S left; tb..hr.oI"uth/ 61deKiee
Cl minute' Went 1038
Jo Anne are visiting fret; I lhetif. Mouth 02: degrees. fi'l!
Mrs. Norman's daughter, Mra. mill II I".t 1402 feet to 'the end
of ditch (In AlllKntor Creek ) ; Maid
F. J. Taylor, and son Robert Nor- strip. of land containing 2.1 acre, BAR

ri. man, in Jacksonville more or less..
You. und each of you, are hereI : .
and Mrs. Maudo'
Ernie Norman I liy rominnndeil to hn and appear In

Proctor Gainesville and, were daughter I llhls,. Juanlta section of I the Circuit County' Court Florldii In, ,and at the for office Kradfunl .,..____'__________._ .LA __..;..._..


Sunday.. ,.. ,
MUa Irene Lewieyspent; the J.t J.

HROUGH THESE PORTALS PASSHE week-end Mrs. Emery with her Lewi parents, Mr.and" ; SOLDIERSEnjoy .


Mr. and Mrs. J. W..Norman and

ON EARTH . son Jlmmle, were visiting/ Mrs. t
.
BEST SOLDIERS ; Norman's parent. Mr and Mrs. the newest in

M. J..Sapp, of Lake Butler, Tues

day afternoon.Mr 1 \ sports amusements
and Mrs.. Ray Jones of .
Lake Butler were visiting Mrs.

Ruth Bennett and Mrs. Jack Sapp ,.
/ BASED ALLBOWLING'The
Monday.

Will Tell You Everyone Is glad to know that
; .
And They little Thurman Eugene Jones J I.

Improving after a "serious. bronchial I \ Modernized


... :v ,, The P. S. Store Is The Ulnesi.WOODLAWN i ( FUN Spill-the-Milk Baseball Game


By 1\11"1. Myrlff Kafiw at
: To Buy SPORT
Place
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis!. Rafuse and a f I

little daughter and Mrs. Rachel


Mile Browning. attended and granddaughter.Church Fay at ACTION r "The Milkbotde"SEALED 'i


LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE Christmas O. R. last Prevatt week-end.was visiting ;

Jacksonville last week. I
friend In

P. S. STORES daughter Rev, and and Mr.Mrs.and Sweat Mrs. Pre-and BB48 J Located on Call Street Opposite Western Union .1

vatt, all of Jacksonville, attended

STATION church here Sunday night. Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always Welcomea.
AT THE BUS Remember services each Sun- .

.. .. day at Woodluwa: Baptist church.: ,I Il

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r TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA FRID'\:J


BRADFORD COUNTY ... .
ECI1T -
PACE

missloners Iearrlpt/sa or I..... "..... Tw1. R..... A....... Ua aer 1......
O.
childrena Hayes Inspectors.
and ,
husband
: IN MEMORIAM devoted mother and sincere friend; the bereaved of this memorlam and also -M. O. Harrell, Chairman I Attest; A. J. Thomas, Clerk "II N44 of NW\i\ of 1R...

Whereas, The shining Angel 1 these; characteristics combined capy in the Brad- Board of County Com- (Official Seal) NJ,.\. W .f road 15 'I 22 1'1 J. H. Or... I,
to her church have same published 1 loOt 105 It HI' lit NW
who men call "Death" has passed with her loyalty .
or HE4 of 8E'/4
Telf'graph.(8Ignt'll Cur
midst and called and Its organizations, marked her ford County 19 7 22: Unknown
of HE4s
through our from 3))
page
) Carrie Amelia Ray, (Continued 19 7 2"
( lerlrudr
life above the as a devout Christian. nlk 1 al I ,, l I..
the higher "
to
Chairman, Amount ,.r E 12 A of NI\ of NW'Of \
of Mrs Emma Tel- when the angel Ueerr/ptiua . ....... 20 'I 22 12 M. C. .
gentle spirit They call It death, Lee Perryman Davis, ?, IMI ".... 1'.,p. Hue. 'rr. Oeaer .1.. ... & ( N 3 1'V of that portion H. "

lulah Smith, wife of VV. P. Smith ; comes Charlie Lou Vlnlng Corn 26 tt S .f .VW Cor or Noy of NWh? of '.

And Whereas by her death IhE'Voman's I I To open the door of life; Middleton, of SNVi/4 of .NW'4' KWH W' of road 13 20 'I 23 3 unknown
Nolia D.
run 'M 2f>7 fl, K: 711 ft, 1 side of HI i4
\ Society of CII! i-lallan The door that opens and ahutu Committee. N 191 ft, W 79t ft to Mc-Duughald 2.19 of N11'N\ ,,: of It< ad.

Service of the Methodist( Church : us In bptf. 33 6 22 4 Ben mining road U 2' 7 12 1 Norman D""II,, ,,,
3 A In 8W 1.02 or fI\\\11\ 7 :12: . 10 J. G. ll
H\V1i -
has lout a valued member one world's toll and strife. WoroffRYWi 33 6 22 3 Limnlu Smltil 'I II Th"'I'' "
From the 1.NAGEnSND CLERKS2nd of NW'i 20 Charlotte H. llerr 3.18 Hv4 of -a.a. 21 40 J' U. """"" ,:,:
who was loyal to the cause for Thank God for the door, by what PRIMARY ELECTIONAt $: Mi ut "NWyof" IW4!! 31 31;; II 6 22 zI: 40 Unknown 7.20 Lute 1, 2. ::1.I 4. 6 of Blk 30 : 23! '
stands, $w'of SE44 J. 1>. Marvin 2.61 II Haml.tun blrs J. F .I I
which our organization : 20
U
6 .hll'OI
ever name, 8K: and one who will be sadly missed That awaits at the end of the a meeting held on the lit Coin 210 ft 'a from N W land III NWy of NE
I D. 1944, tho Cur of N";/. of NW lying between the O.S. .
accustomed A.
her place.In of
from I road day May .
& run N 2lv ft, H 4Jo &: F. & 8, A. Lrailroad" I
the transition of Mrs. Smith I For It opens wide to let us In Board of County Commissioners ft, N 210 ft, W 420 22 2 Corley John 0.71 3/1/ 7 23 3 'V' H. .M"",...)!
Florida, ft to b./II'/ 34 6 roOt 1 of W4r( of NW 31 'I' U 10 Nora Willial ,
Bradford appointed -
of County,
to "God's better country" not To the paradise of God". Nit! of NWVi of "BKVi & SW & WIY41ofeEyi "
1.23 of :
only her dear ones are bereft of I Therefore, as a fitting expression the following Clerks and HVV'.i: of NW of 8K; *. 34 0 22 :30 T. :0:. BalUrd Iio 31 T 2Y: 1Ii7 W. n. lurk,>

but there are i of loss, we will set aside Inspectors for the Second Pri- 1 Lt 105 ft li & W by S\\. or SE'4 of 8W4 F.ot
her presence, numbers our 210 ft N & i* In "BK & SWIi of SE'4 as 'I 23 80 c Unknown
of frlend-i who keenly feel a page In our permanent records mary Election to be held on the Cor of WV4 of SEVi of Claude Hall 2.03 8\-10\ : of NE'4 of SEQ
22
will send to of May, A. D. 1944. NW"/4 of -HEVi 34 6 & SE of SEye sa 'I' 22 80 larder &
her toss. She was a faithful wife, 1 In het memory; we 23rd day 6 A on E Hide rif NEVi of NE'4' of NEy4 U T 2Z 10 J. U. Thmnpsn 14'.Isnr!
1 . NW!4 280 ft 1at W by of
PRECINCT: NO. Lawtey. ft or NEy
oOov---.. ... -.-.-- ,- - --- 774 ft on W Hide Ac N8400 at T 22 12. J. A,
Luther SI"wRrt
J. A. Howe, Clerk; 776 ft on E side Com at NE Cor of Sea
Hilliard, Robert Crawford and Itounded: on '8 by old 35 ,
EVERY BRANCH OF Slarke A IJreen Cove 18br yd1W I ld"
Willie GrlffU, Inspectors.! rimd 33 6 22 B Claude P. Came 22.CO S
Springs!! yds fI 1111 yes, E 980yds.
I'REONCT NO. 2North Starke.James Com at "813 Cor of NEVi S 110 yd. foJ 220yds.
WaInwright, of NWJ4 run W *5U "i'l N 6110 yds to pt
Richard ";
.
ft N to old dirt read. 35 'I 23
of beg F* Hy ___ U Ken.y Thunur
Clerk; F. M. Norman, Jr., ret"oc.pf 250 ft, S: lit 22 Unknown 10.03 Com ut NW Cor of NF.1 L
:35 8
B. Alvarez ofb e* of NE'4 run S 383
Alvarez R.
-nJurance William ,
Cm at SK Cor of NEVi ,
251'Vi yds .
and C. G. Barksdale, Inspectors. of NV4! &. run W 2SU ydE .dN ..--a"--
.. . 385 VdH, W 23Hi: _
ft for a pt of beg. .. .... '.'" .iqs
NO. S South StarkeE. to beg & t"3V4 of NKV. _.t'
PIIKC1NCT: thence run W 12K ft to .- -- . __ *
: Ex 6 A In NM Cor"f: "r
D. Jone ,C1el'k; J E. Brown, ditch thence tiVf up, :eNpatal..sM1'..... .-" -- I .....-.._.' j, Kx: 3 A In SW Cor &
r Russell S. McRae, and Paul ditch to old ZOO road ft, S f Li -'---,.-,_-. Ex: Ity :IIi 'I 22 iii TVr'riWi.1P (' ham
H. C. WALL thence 19 of NWVi of NWVi 35 7 22: 40 "' ,..?..
about illS ft to pi N.
Raymond, Inspectors. beg 35 8 22 Unknown 7.91 tli. 1 8 22 100 H. r..I1

PRECINCT NO. 4, GrahamF. Lot 8 of elk 4. Security W16AofN'4ofNW'/of NB 4 Ex churchlot

;: T. Abernathy Clerk; John H.'m..tlUe in NW/i 35 8 23 Unknown 6.28 & Ex 1 Lot 40 by
>
AgencyConstant of NW /4 2 S 22 18 J. H. _
110 ft Hwlndl
McKinney Carl Jones, and Mr
1 A In Nk3 Cor of NYV',4\ 3- 8 22 1 Unknown 34.50 NKVi of NEli BKVi R 22 40 Unknown

Casey Inspectors.PRECINCT Com of NWtt at HW ('or of NWV, .,.. \ of SK'4:' of p yi/, 6 8.22 20 UnknownCom

Service Over 50 Years NO.5, Hampton of SWV4! & run N .'- at NE; Cor of 8W'4 '
S 320 ft W._ .
& .
ft run .. +
ft.V 6114
G. P. Wadsworth, Clerk; 733 1-3 of '"
611. 420 ft for a pt .._
8 733 1-3 fl, H _
Dennison Aaron Min 8.\\. 10 Brady Collins. 1.81 beg thence run W Ia. '
Charley ) 35
\ ft to bee (
.. Please Phone 116 ISO ft. 13
N
ft.
Lute 5. 9 of Mlk 3 Lake 472
ton and Dave Dyal, InspectorsPKKCINCCT I 472 ft. S 150 ft t. Pt "

., _. ........... ..... I. _._._ -.-..eeoa?- .--,--.-..n3 NO. 0. Then'NS NKV4 KlnvaleyHflghts of NI':'/, n 36 8 22 H. B. Mimi 1.73 of ben-1.6 A 13 8 22 2 Robert J, I'"dd

,. t. G. Johns, Sr., Clerk; E 3.. of NW4 of NWVi E 443 ft of SKVi of
._ ,- -""' "' -"' -"' f NEVi of SK'4 of SWVI & WV4
& AVH
Clyde Hall Clyde Hersey. and NWy\ o 36 8 22 50 Mary B. Francis" 9.48 of SW'' of SE"t 13 8 22 27 Unknown
of SWVi of NW?: II 7:3: 20 \\'. 11. & John- NMi( of NU; '/ of MEM N
Kennle Thomas Inspectors. EV4
Careful Drivers Don 1.07 of Ry-1 a 3-4 A Ex
Prompt Service PRECINCT NO. 7, New River! of NKVi Ex 5 AIn U A In SE; Cut 13 8 22 14 K. H Carlisle'
NWVi <<
35: T. N. Bullard 2.73 S'4 of SEVi of SEVi 13 8 23: 20 Jessie I. IngiuhaaS3
3 7 22
I _. \[. F. Wiggins. Clerk; G. W. NfcJ Cor
,
Com at NK: Cor of
I' Andrews, C. C. Butler, and I SWVi ofvNWV. & runS I,\KK!!IUH' 1It'R-DnU.ON! ?p- : R 23

Starke Taxi ServicePhone Frank Merritt, Inspectors beg 600, thence ft fur run a pt W of 68 _' -!: ;..;- Blk I, 2 of Clovt. Lot 1 'r-' Unknown
'
PRECINCT NO.8, Brooker ft to road, thence S po Blk 3 of Oovt. Lot 1 J. E. Smith

Guy Harrell, Clerk; J. K. lOG ft, E liB ft, N Blk 8 of Oovt. Lot 3 &
105 ft to' of 3 7 22 1 .'";0. C. Bush .- 2.79 E 165 ft Of Oovt.
150 Douglas, Leslie Green, and N Com at NE Cor pt of b"lf. '' Lot 4 ..irlrr .. F. W. Holly

_ of NWVi! &run SW"A. .. NEVi\ of NEW & EV4} of _II
ft for a pt of. beg:, .W I. of NWVi of NK4: 21KV4 8 22 80 J. D. Thonpon,
I
of NIof SWi't 23 8 22 20 J. A. fin
CLASSIFIEDSWANTED thence W 574 ft to
Day ,I # "T'I"""- Night road thence run H 108 ft, 3 r +'. ............."..1.-111. NK',1' of NKH of NR'4 24 8 22 10 Mr.. Je.nl/ I Jnfi
E blt N 108 ft to NIof? 8Ei. of NWU?
pt of heir 2:J 'I 22 1 .I, H. Kirkland 2.n of N\V| Z3 8.2t. : 5 Mae e. Speed
Com nt NW for of Com at SW Cor of NW'S.e.' ., .
,t.: ........ _._. _ n.-- "" ... _._._......_.....,... ..,.... NWVi & run S SWtJof 863 0= .. ....... & run E 11':10: ft. N 350 ? .......,.4<- -._II.
ft E 132 ft for a pt of .
,
ft for a. pt of ben, 'ML'thence \ .
Listings! on apartments, houses or ;;;:; ... .
run W 511 ft, ':"" her. thence run N 850( 'KS- .
homes for rent, located within 20 to rued thence 8 288 -- ;;"w......___ ft. R IS1 ft, S 350 ft, .. ...-
High School Boys & Girls mile of Starke ft, K 3$2 ft, N 288 W 1 D8 ft to pt. of beg.:
ft, to pt of beg 3 7 22 3 W.. E. Lawson 2.90! ( 1?{, A 25 8 22 2 Ernest SfcOi.III*
a 119 East Call Street SBVf of NK'4' of SWVi! 3 7 gj 10 M'.. AgnvH Simpson 1,3'" SIt t of SK'i I of SW% of
NISI of N" '/. of NWi4SWj 4 7 23 10 Ida Butter .77 N\"l.j' 25 8 23 5 Isaac Mil.-hell
W. T. CLUTE, RealtorIF of SWVi of SE'; I 7 22 10 T. O. Morgan _.. 1.29 Com at NW C"r of Seo t
After
6 A In HE for of NKVi 2U & run S 8:10: ( ft fur ..--. -- -
!J' of NW'', being 464 3-. a pt of beg, thence . a -,;:-" -.
You Finish School ft K W by 5UO ft run 17:: BOO ft, 108 ft, '- _.........-. .,
N A g 6 7 22 6 Marshall, Jackson 2.03 W COO ft, N 105: ft to ---4r..4
,
YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL S S A of KU?' of SWVi pt of h..W. 26 8 22 1 R. A. Vt.ektt

r Wfcai? milk cows, stock cows, beef cattle of "SK'4 G 7 22 6 Unknown 1.28 S\t\ of NInf NEVi Ex ..
stock bulls in H 7X6 ft of tint portion It: AmnNR"Cor& I
or hogs, get of Ny'of NE% B of 1 A In SB Cor of NWV
'b 4"' What Are You touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., road 7 7 22 27 C. M. IWch 6.11 of NE"4"! 26 8 23 20 Kverllnn Tint-Ion

Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake S 1 A of that portion Lot 1 27 8 221 I 34 Leigh M. I-enr-H..
'9' Going To BeT of KVv of SWV! of --: Lot 1 34 8 22'' 27 Leigh M I' ....II
City; Telephone 481 Lake CIty., NKVi 1-3 of road & S ""- .-- :. Lot 1, 2, 3. 4. or Pracl
Auction market every Tuesday,, 700 ft of that portion L.-- .f... 4 Seo Ex platted lands 35 8 23 110 Leigh M. PraruU
of K'AI of "SW'4 of _..... .
Aro YouGoing
What, Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thursday NK'xi W of road 7 7'22 e (". &r. Hitch 11.25 I'Ii DI.\N HIACH 3. -'UI 8 23

Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 NWV4 of SKV4 9 7 22 40 Unknown 2.958I
To Dot % of SWV4 of .NEVi :10 7 22 10 Agnes Simpson 1.29 Lot 7 '" '.'" n. n riiif.'r
rr Com at s\V Cur of' NV4 SV4( or Lot !21 & Lot 22 1 11. R Wl 'itle.wnrll|
of SW" of Lots 28, 30 Morgan SecuiltlwMorgan
q11; Have YouConsidered MATTRESSES RENOVATED run N 210 ft NE'a Lot 34 .' ..urltl..
of beg, thence run K Lot 3.1 Morgan $e..,. ills
Food furniture upholstered. Drop us 420 ft. N 210 ft. W 1. Lot 3Lota O. J. Bryant
a card. Hastings Mattress Co. 420 ft. H 210 ft to pt 51, 52. 53 Morgan l'I eennlieLou .
of beg; 10 7 22 2 R. R. Lee 3.09 3, 6, 1 I. 13 Went ,
Iletailing7) Palatka Fla. 2-18 10tp 4-21 of Road 80 &: Lot 4 Ex: _
ro ..
12 A In NE ("or A: - II --"-- "
..---------- I Lots 6. 12 Ex platted
rood Retailing offer you employment In one of the largest, most lamia 36 8 22 200 Leigh M. Prim |
stable industries (In All not behind the Lola 2, 3. 5. 6 Went
our country. jobs are
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick
WILL PAY CASH of road 80 1 9 22 92 Leigh M. PpHm
counter. There are department heads, supervisors, buyers, managers Lot 1 Went of road 80

and other joba which offer unusual opportunity to those fitted & Lots 2, 3 12 9 22 138 1.I..h1.. Petrol
Service Work
and.trained! for: them.! Success in food retailing Is a good success. High Quality (". A. KNIGHT

. .. .. For Small House Tax Collector Bradford County.

.PartTime Or Summer EmploymentUnder CITY OF TAKKR. VI.ORIn\
NEW METHOD CLEANERS BO AMI* Of B0\l THI'! Tf5I.: IN' STARKEMUST STATKMR: OF HF.CK1PT. : A>l) n"H":1IF.\1I:
OCTOBER: 1. 1 4I TO 8EPTFal ,
Fn IDtt
3"
war condition there Is an exceptional opportunity now even Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
s, for part time or summer employment. The experience gained now HAVE MODERN Cash R"'pt. Year Year

employment.Ask will fit you. to advance rapidly when you enter full time CONV.NIE1'\ICES.' ANY PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. Total Collections for Water. FI.- .*..1-12 1113-H

I FAIR DEAL CONSIDER. trlclty Service Chirar**. Deposits
STARKE, FLORIDA all other Income, and Redeposit
The ED, HUT NO "BOOM" of return check 8T.171.79 1I7.HUN 1
For An
Manager Application Blank AtLOVETT'S PRICES. Loans Repaid by Projects 8.0000)

-
Total Rec.lpts-To Exhibit "A" 87,1T1.79 U25.11
'WRITE AT ONCE nIInYININII11YYll 4111NnWINIY.IIIYIIIIIIIN1111411.aII111NIIIII11Y/IIIIIIIINI/ / -

ruth. I>Ub.r.e ie.t.

BOX 431-A, STARKE K-.F Ds"s.l Op..ratlnlll' Expense U.01.911: 49,81:1

: Or writs to -- EVERY State. Utilities Tat 873.H.16111
PERSONNEL MANAGER: Wlnn lovett Grocery (.....] OmtlmrtBurroughi

q Co., Drawer, West Bay Station, Jacksonville, Fla.. PERMANENT WAVE 5" rT Do your Bookkeeping Mach.
nwn Permanent
with Charm-Karl Co. 1Aa"m
Kit. Complete equipment. Includ Falrbankt-Mnrxe Co. 5.121.72 10,2'KJI'
: ing 40 curlers and hampoo. WITH NEW MERCHANDISE Oravwell and Pump Co. ..2< 5.n5
Kanvto: do, absolutely harmle**. Tran.tere to General City Fund 18.000.00 27n0pt/(
PralHed by thousands. Including Invented In United States Series B*.
Fay MrKensle.. glumnrou movie War BondsLoan '. 33,54001
m For MOTHER'S DAY tar. Money refunded If not sat- iiiHiiiuiwiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiuiiiwiiiiuiiii' "'/ '' ' .
let led. *e> Federal FrolmtNo.

KOCH DRUG STORE We 8-174 (Repaid' 1942-43) 3,00000
showing
are now some No. -IT5 (Repaid 1942-41) 11.000.00
No. 8-219 3,010M90,4S5.77
-BIRTHDAYSANNIVERSARIESREMEMBRANCES .
beautiful ladies'umbrellas..
FOIL SAI.K-3-room house with Total Disbursements per Cash
running water, electricity andyhower Make your purchase before the Booked $116,11111
I
.; bath. Bargain! Join Checks per Bank
Road 68 at Mlddloliurg. H. j rainy This item is hard Statements 1057.79! :49.Ot
Carter, Maxvllle. Fr... .-ZS 2tp season. .
r Personal Message & FriendshipBRACELETS TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS-TO
I to purchase. I EXHIBIT "A" '!>!.543.68 ,SI16.0711 '
WANTED TO BUy-one story 3- Excem of Cash Receipt overDisbursements
boil room house In Htarke. All or1"II.t 4.871.77: t ','12.111
r l cu.h. Itt. 2, Box BS9. Starke. NIIIIIIxllIIWI111YNII11111111YIIIIIIIINICIIIIWIIIUI.!i{ ',

I 4-21 3tp CITY OF ATARKK. FMlniltt
FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPINGWE r.i ir.R\i. crrr<< FUYI)
- SPRXCER SUPPORTS Individually !IT'T..1.F."T' OP RF.CHIPTH A41/ DNRrnrFVgtr

i ENGRAVED fllt..d.-Mr"\V. MadlMvn St.Bertha Pearce 4.7, 4tp 305 SUGGEST A OCTOBKR I. 1.41 TO SEPTI::tIH.R ,10. "":'

. a Cash ......lptN .., le.r
. 3-IIOO.M; APARTMENT: Lt. and ",,,.-1:1 .". ...:.nCurr..nt
wife, no cblldren _
or pet
t F-R-E-JE-: llrnokulde Farm, I'i-i, ml. eat STERNO STOVE TaxesLe ''t3.7115.JZ 'lfi.t :.31 I
(. I "Starke on llemieiit Xoud. Mr*. I. ..; Dlnci>unt.. allowed 807.:11: 5'' ,4 1
M. Clark. .tf
. : We Net Taxes Collected (Sen. 3&4) 13.U7.DI tad77N, :
(While You Wait) are now showing two kinds Delinquent Taxes 2.f9I.Rt 9,55611Occupational

Licenses II 399.75 d,5s1.H
f YOUNG WOMENAge Building Permits 'SD .IO ty;a1

: ON STERLING SILVER LINKS 50c Without the Kettle Sewer Plumbing' Tap anti Pee Electric Permit 370.6 1117.011( $1304Ronda ::

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" ', H't ; 75c With the Broiler Paving Assessments 2,070.41; 2.760..1Tranef..r.
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pay. Road & Rrliige Operating Expense "U.1I3 11.65811
IDEAL GIFT No experience neccxsnry. HOLLINGSWORTH Fine Chocolates Waterworks Operating Expense I.TIIII.It!> 5.1'1
Street Paving 18.1 U.90
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Returned Check 140.30
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