Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 26, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04864
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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lecreation Center BRADFORD COUNTYOfficial
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This Side of Heaven

County Publication Established In 187'1 I If


Bradford Sticks Lightning Strikes SocialSecurityRepresentative .I Big Tent Revival

By Dowling HomeAt ,. Now In Progress McRae ElectedAs

the time of the heavy rain Near Bus Station

Teen In Defeatdwell and electric disturbance Tuesday

afternoon about six: o'clock a Interest Is Increasing! at the School Supt.

Leads bolt of lightning played In the To Be Here Soon the tent! Union revival Bus being Station.held In Servicesare back of!

home of Mrs S. S. _..
Dowling. on held '-' -
each night at 8 o'clock
Good Vote Is Cast
rke Candidate USO SeminarTo N. Walnut St. Mrs Doviling her! Louis A, Galtanls, representative and Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock

mother, Mrs. W S. Stroman and of the Social Security Board Mr, and Mrs. C C. Forehand of Vacation School In Second Primary;

43,000 Votes Mrs. Wflsoa O. Lee were sitting will be In the southeast, corner Tallahassee are In charge of th.' I
room of the second floor of the music and render special numbers Crawford Winner
In the
and had
the distressing
ladford stood staunch Start
County Monday courthouse In Starke on Monday at each service. Congregationalsinging caArthur
id,I its native son, Lex Green experience of feeling the May 29, at 10 a. m. of old time songs and Program TonightThe R. McRic, a schoolteacher !

.uesday's primary' Just as It heat from the lightning MM He! will take Claims. for old-age choruses is. a feature of the who has followed this

in the first "go 'round", Reservations- fop the Seminaron Stroman was so severely shocked and survivors Insurance from all meetings! closing exercises of the profession for the post 20 years,
U him a vote of 5 to 1 In Personal Counseling on! Wartime I those qualified. Rev! L. J. Oliver evangelist lain was elected County School Superintendent -
that she had to be put to bed Residents' of this. Presbyterian Episcopal Bible ;
knsucce sful bid for the Gov Problems are coming In charge In TuASdiy's"' second
area are Invited to consult with School will be held this Friday
and ammonia.A .
rapidly at the USO given primary election
inhlp of Florida. Club. Templeand by a vote of
him especially\ they! night at 7'30
are nearing! : o'clock at the Episcopal -
[,? unofficial count here was Washington Streets Those bolt of lightning about a the age of 63 ajnd have had em- Lex Green Expresses Church. After the service 1.535: to 800 for his opponent, S.

for Green to 394 for Mil who have not made reservations yard long appeared on the cord I ployment which],! was subject to In the church there will bo an B Sparks

Caldwell Tallahassee atey should do so at once. of, the electric light that was the Social Sacioity Ad.' Survivors Thanks To Friends exhibit of all the things the Voting was brisk: in spite of q

who received the coveted The Seminar .la sponsored by suspended in the center of the of workers *ho have died and young people! have made In the an unusually short ticket, with

Inatlon.bls. the Army & Navy Department room. The bolt came down with- who had been employed in work "1 am deeply and profoundly Church Service Center Punch Bradford Countlans flocking to
\ headquarters here National Council YMCA, an affiliate in two feet of the floor then took the polls to lend support to a
subject to the Act should also grateful for the loyalty and faithfulness and cookies will also be served.
iiesaman Green took hisSi of the USO. In cooperationwith a right-angle turn and, went contact him. 'favorite oa" candidate for Governor -
of All parent of the scholars In
friends! no well the
defeat" like the seasoned! the Starke Ministerial Al- through a screened window on the The branch my as well as to register their
will al school and
manager tissue friends
[claD he is. Although visibly liance, and is without cost for west side of the house but did\ Social Security cards replace manifested yesterday They worked dlully Invited All members are cor of choice In the school superintend!

try after the strenuous cam those Interested.It not Injure the screen From thereIt lout cards and take applications Incessantly and, without pay both parishes and their friend. tint contest. A total of 2,369! vote

he remained at hla office will be held on Monday. and turned and went to a pillar for change of name from In a common cause. I do not are also urged to come to the were cast as compared with 2.801 I
Injte Tuesday. May 29 and that was holding one In the first primary. May 2. I
1 2 a. m., neatly dressed 30. from up cornerof those who have changed their feel that it Is a personal defeat program and exhibit.
suit and sombrero conIng 10 A. M. until 12 noon and from the back porch root. It splintered names since obtaining ,their cards but U a temporary setback of the The Vacation Bible School thisyear Crawford Commissioner
with friends and answer- 1:30: until 3:30: P. M. A noon the post and knocked it off E. L. Crawford newcomer la
| cause of the masses. I has been of
prefer by one the finest I
Long distance telephone calls, luncheon will be served to those the floor of the porch; then as a ) county politics, defeated Incumbent -
far held In
BMTIST CHURCH to go down temporarily and many year The worship
L. I
desiring It. It Is not last performance It shot to a Conner for the position
of unofficial re- compulsory pecan ,
basis .
the The Rev. L. A Shepherd chap. in honor with the poor man than service WM conducted. In the of
to attend the luncheon tree and tore off considerablebark. County Commissioner
all but 14 of the to reserve -
from lain of the State to office. The Piesbyterlan Church
s Pilson.wlll occupy purchased with Mr. from District
(North Stark, .
Caldwell a place at the Seminar. )
1"8 1,481 precincts preach both morning and evenIng poor stand serene In their de Yerkes leading The npglnnel'MJepal.tment The
led Green Reservations will have to be made Friends of :Mrs. Dowling and rare was one of those nlp-
reported to have services at the Baptist feat. The cause of the people was bended by Mia and-tuck k
theocratic In advance for the luncheon.The family are very glad to know affairs with Crawford
[ 43,444 votes to receive Church Sunday :Subject! for the lives on. I have conveyed my Ruth Thompson with Barbara
leader of the Seminar will that they escaped serious Injury. ) recently retired after 20 yearswith
nomination for GovJr +I /mornIng will be "Th>. Flnul Strife" I congratulations to Mr. John P. i Jean Mayhugh and Jeanelte'Cfiss the Jacksonville fire
be the Rev. department -
C. Newman
The count was: Caldwell and the evening subject will b9 Ingle Secretary of the Associated h.lplnThe/ primary Iepnrlment nosing out Conner

|8 49. Green 170,538.Idwell I Il Pastor of the Vanderceer HOgle.// the past year Mr. Hogle has had "The Robe", I Industries of Florida: Mr. lcd was headed by !\Ir!!. slim margin of 12 votes! The by unofficial n-
Methodist Church of
47-year-old native of charge of the program of counseling -
l ward Hall, Manager of the Dn- Virgil Young and Mis IJrwIn count
been a resident of New York. Mr. Hogle /; for the Army & Navy Department :MORROW TO 11'1110 I was Crawford 434,
.eSHl'e, has I Pont Interests In Florida; Gov- Jitney assisted! by MHM! Mary; Conner 422. H
lido! for 20 years. He served' rich experience in the last world ( of the Y.MC.A. HIs M W, Morrow, foimor: principal ej-nor Srwsmiid Holland and to the Powell and Miss Hazel Field Coa'.table r.Mllc4l1t p

sessions in the State Legis.I war. For seven years he has: con- a graduate of Wesleyn University 1- of the Hampton Junior High Honorable Mlllaid Fillmoie Caldwell The Rev. Fred Yerkes. con J. L. Silcox received 927 vote,
elected Con- ducted a "Pre-Marriage: cllnlc"j j Boston University and School and last ."
I before being principal year ducted the 'teaching class for the to win the nomination for
,man from the Third District In Brooklyn. He U a member of Columbia University 1 at Lake Duller, has resigned lo "NelKhbora were never more Junior Depatlment The Rev Mr. stable District 1, Jacob con .
over J,
'est Florida. He served 'fours the Commission of Marriage and | As a highlight of his stay In accept the piinctpnlshlp of the kindly than mine In good old Grover Allison newly come to Johns with a total of 673. I
retiring vol- Home of the Greater New York j the City Mr Hogle will preach' Waldo High School. He and his I I Bradford to This
In Congress County and I will never town nerve as pastor of the district Is composed of
Jrlly in 1941 to resume prl- Federation of Churches and the I at the evening service at the family move to \Valdo some time : forget my people". Eplacopnl Church, taught the Intermediate North Starke and South Luwtey Starke.! f ',
Federal Council of Churches For
law practice in Tallahassee Methodist Church Sunday night. during the summer. I LEX GREEN. Department, ExcepClonally

... --- fine work was done in the
'I Am An American'Theme
Round-up Crafts this year with Mrs. Herbert +

eekly These Our Enemies Whitney Mra.' Margaret ObservedAt

Rationing: News are Post and Mrs Ruth Saunders In USO-YWCAClub

clerk of the ., ... <, .. .*. > charge Merry Beth Knight and i
L. Blair, chief Mary Weldon, assisted These
Iiiford County rationing: board .. things made by the scholars will "Ballad for Americans", an epic ,
"Week- #' of song and poetry, recorded by
[ released the following .1':r :&, "." bit on exhibit at the service Friday Paul
Price and : I"I' Robeaon and a chorus of
oundup of OPA ll'iiiu"iiliil: :, ,
night Chas. H.
Boning News" for the week of 1/.giiljift"iif/ ;:; ! .T 00 voices, of the development of
,I. !: !- Allen pastor of the Presbyterian
the United
/i.I'j"fifl'l/ States was: th* climax
22: rfi *. rw: ft! Church acted' as dean and directorof of the
: .. .: program obiervlng' "I
AS ''V /
ESSED FOODS: Blue : -;* *! '
; the Church school.
[rough Q8 (Book 4)) now valid I, .-, :Cflfe!!;: ;!; *'.;!/f? McRae assisted Mr. Allen with Army an Wives Luncheon Day on at May the
with .
10 points each, for use I !'V' ? ,/ :i,
tlhl::;.I:.:,!!;!l'"IrV; ; "rar.".r't the recreation. 19 at the Walnut Street USO
.ken. Good Indefinitely. '. rliiiif;,!:;:!11;!ijifJ<: i; i'i* ..:;!!:!.qi-71M! : Diplomas are to be given to all Club. Other featured on the

ITS AND FATS: Red A3 '.';, "!ijpiiiIiiili.! !:!! :y J/tiY1W-!/!!!! ! '#!" those who attended the Bible were: a JAmes Thurber program I

rough T8 (Book 4)) now valid . !, :./.; !/. #.,'. .... ... School eight days out of the ten fable, "The Rabbits who Cause
I 10 points each, for use with "'. .iN' ::1'j Iii, ii/iiiJiqiiiii/ :'I "'" These will be awarded to the deserving all the Trouble", read by Mrs.Robert i

j>kns Good Indefinitely. 5 !rt'II' :; H I:'I' / jiJ!!I'i / ones at the service Friday Thomas; portion of the
amps U8, V8 and W8 becoma . '. ... .."": ''.'/' '1"1. ...:.1."'..... ;.",, "I: 1./1 Ii, ?..., *:., night Declaration of
Independence, ready
!lid l t June 4.JR .. ."l" ..t.'. "'i!1', ,iili! i/Iir'/::! '; !. I, '://1 l1r,.",
No. 30hi '..,. '!Ii'II.Ni;!;:" :: i" 'I .. Xiiil/! / ., > Mrs Walter Batenun: a chap

No: 31 Sugar(Book stamps 4) good for ,., hyltrlyf:":.: !.//I:,rrIil,?!; iiiti'iilll':1iIifIiIIIf/'j.!/' : !;:;!:::! / r. ijll.i..1':iM': ,";;ilIYf',1I /! ' Real Estate Sales ter from "The Education of Hyman

ve pounds Indefinitely.' ,... "IllililJi/f/! !! !/!;;fllihiliiiliiI'ii!;!!;;;:; ;!;:; !!;,:;, 'Y4t! : Show Good Activity Mrs! Donald Kaplan'Dunn(Ross:! and), road the preamble by- I

NING SUGARS Sugar stamp 'f "lfllj! ; 1o.. f !!! !: / ;;::
/" /! ; '! !lrlr', ,... of the) Constitution, read j
lo. 40 good for five pounds of '' 1:;: tE'ir!!! i ij. ''l.i.'ii' Real! estate sales recorded In by Mrs.! Thomas Lopemaa. Mrs.

Inning sugar until February : I, the office of F C. Holllngsworth Lopeman and Mrs. Thomas were
'11' .
B 1945. Apply to local board I. G.r//'lf'j. I'M .r .R/I'ii"ilI'i1flll //1 III EA I during the* part month would In charge of the program. The

br supplemental rations. The .'. _1111 IP; 1-if'" suggest thfkl{ perhaps the heydayof luncheon was prepared. and, aerv- "
>nnlnjr season has been dividedto '.: .,: i,. "i' I, "" \0jliiitdhti ''', selling JFJortda land to buyers ed by MM Marian McQuUton: ,

>ES': two: Airplane periods. stamps No. 1 -.. : ;!!;!:! /!! !;, llg/Ii1tif.!! /!!:!; : !!:! : :;!Ji:; (:..' !!!' ffi ;, line from Is north not over.of the Masan-Dlxon Stout Mra. ,John and Fausott.Mrs. Mrs. William.
f, 1.t..lrt'; /ilIjili!! !,!.li"!i ':''Ii" ,',., ::!: :! 1iilrpi'1!!: Anthony Ca..y.Pvt.
d I No 2 (Book 3)) valid in- .." 11'1f'li'lii'i'i' ;:! ;;: '''!i'i; 41i".U'I/III'! !/ : In April Mr. Hoi!Ings worth Albert Celgle of Detroit.
eftnltely. '//II/If'ldiill'ilf!/!'; '; :! : ii .,.rfIljJ!! ;' :';'!:: to
closed sales mora the
,. amounting Mich. won grand prim at
': ,:.. ; !" /!,; ; !,..j.:!
LINE: A10 coupons now "vliNhf' "I'r;!' .,.1"1""I""I&!... '/".' i' '!,/" than >140000, and all out of ho bingo party Thursday even- ;
alld east of Apalachlcola River. ".11 "" :,':''.'' .;:r4p: i: state buyers. ng-a telephone call home.
((1' '
spire: August 8. i"'I' ,' "" The M. W. Mann farm of 80 On Friday evening 40 soldiers

,-11 coupons now valid west iifii1rtiiftj!: / $; t. acres In Union County and the and their wives enjoyed a picnic

Apalachicola River. Expire Titus Olson farm at Theresia upper on the lawn at the stile<
/ !
line 21atlonlng. "!iiti.; 'f/i/i"iil'f'!! i changed hands. The five room of the Club and afterward par- a
rules now require \ .II''lil/';;' /,jl cottage and 15 acres on Bolt Iclputed In playing croquet,
every car owner write hUne 'Iii Lake, belonging to D. Burr JonAs> horseshoes, badminton and, catch.
number and state on all There la an enemy in our rnidat-a creeping menace that maims and kills-And it'* going to take the bold was sold to a Cleveland Ohio Mrs. Al Dumler, Mrs M. B. Foote,

line coupons In his possession courage of every clear-headed, clear-thinking citizen of Florida to put this treacherous foe to rout syndicate.. The Olson Buildingon Mrs. John Faucett. Mra. Alfred

)lIon as they are isued him by South Walnut street now occupied Cznjkowskl. Mrs Samuel Maeur,

| ration board. IT IS VENEREAL DISEASE-SYPHILIS AND GONORRHEA . by Joe'i Grill and Ouy'a and, Mrs. Richard Braun astlated<
SING SUGAR Market was transferred to Miss Sara Reed Club director,

scent action by the Office ofre another owner; the Willie A. with arrangements! for the plcalc.
will faces shame the tragic record which State'i contribution to the
Administration in amending It do no good to hide our in over mars our Jones farm near Keystone At the regular Saturday night

I canning sugar program to In- war eft.'ort-the nation'a highest VD rate-we must act! Heights: was purchased by Mary couple dance Mr. and Mra. W

B e two dates on which coners Turner of Arlington Md., and : T. Clute, Judge and Hrs, B. K

may apply for canning One thing we can do-must do-we must face this insidious enemy by giving open-handed support to our public the Ben Faulkner farm at Theresa Ferryman, and Midge Mlddleton

r was explained by Chauncey health authoritIea and our. public enforcement officers whose duty it la to enforce measures against. this was sold to William Walkerof served as hosts and hostesses,

Butler, district dlrtrtct of preying evil. I Detroit Mich. talking with the guests! and a...rv.Inc -
at Jacksonville. The only property bought bya punch and cake.

r. resident of Starke was the The Devotional Study Groupon
said that though and all friends toJend their fearless ceaseless Insistent support to the
r e N plenty of for can- Speak out-urge your neighbors your James! Hollingsworth five room Tuesday dUcuAwd "What I

purposes that sugar Inordinately campaign which must be waged for a cleaner, better State Florida.. : bungalow and three Iota on Welter Want My Religion to Do for Me"", ,

vy pre-season demand had St., now owned by Miss and Mra. H. F. Vallery. leader

:ell' a heavy demand on trans- Protect you and yours-insist upon aJ: >lood test .. Katherine O. Andrews! operatorof of the group, summarized ni fol-

tulon facilities and threatened Don't go to a quack doctor or corner drug store for treatment- Kitty's Place on Temple Ave. ows: "1 would like for my religIon -
to Holllngnworth, recently chosen to give me Insight into behavior -
summer crop spoilage. In Consult your family physician or go to a public health clinic.
.r to avoid to represent! the well known E. I and Insight into the force-i
this, he said the ..
win ration A Strout Realty Agency, said at work around me. Then I want
only 10 pound
this week that the company' I tolerance with which to meet the

waning first period sugar and to will applicants make up In Consult your family physician or go to a free clinic seasonal catalogue Is to be published : thing. =: the people I **e, I want

difference In the near future and tact with which to meet the differences
between 10 pounds
the suggests that any property owners I find. I want to be sensitive -
normal ration of 20
ads In Sponsored By wanting listings In the cata- to both the beauty and. the
the to
second! period logue get them In immediately. around me. sad I want
t the to be able to appreciate the beautiful -

canning sugar purposes.wu actually used LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE I Magazines For USO and yet have strength i
PL OIL .. enough not to Judge what I du ,

"cal War -, Mrs. L. W, Koch, chairman of not approve of or what U differ
Price ,
rda and Rationing Thl/Advertl..em >rfrPald For By the USO magazine committee, ent. Then over all I want a seiua
"r" fuel throughout the 38 states states that more magazines are of well-being polae with whichto

ling out oil next rationing will fuel start THE BOARD OF COUNTY: COMMISSIONERS, BRADFORD COUNTYM. needed at the USO Club. She face each d,'y. This I believe
Tang urges the public to notify her should give me the will to go on

"umers:\ re-application at forms to all O. HARRELL L. L. CONNER J. L. WYNN T. C. CIIASTAIN P. D. REDDISH KO that she can pick the magazines and be hopeful In face of oppoal.

e once. up or they may be taken tlon. This poise could only come
|I the'sooner they are returned W. M. EDWARDS. Chm. DR. I. R. ABRAMS dlrcetly to the USO. Only magazines from a faith in the power of good
boards boards, the sooner HEALTH COMMITTEE HEALTH OFFICER ; not older than two months and ever present direction of
"< can begin fuel
are wanted. God".
coupons, Mr. Butler said. l


.- ---d

""I t,
I her Lee Poynter, who lived here with j: this -
turned home after visiting opportunity ,
World War 1. Yes sir if all the uatlon. ,II' '!
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I sister In Winter Park. j them, is now serving on an air- have cooperated lank I.!.
dentists who live In telephondistance II I Mr and Mrs. It H Cox .pent I plane carrier.
of Camp Blanding aren'tbigrich 1 the week-end ax guests of Mrs. A letter from Mrs L. O. SherI I news I items or gl" n1It!

Established 1877 by now It's no fault of 'Gerald Cox In Deland field reports that Chaplain Sheffield -, Because of III health your cor- way. Mrs. j ,I. ho 4,

K. I.. Matthews . _ ._______ Editor and Owner the Camp BlandIng Civil Service Mrs. R P. Stubblns Is visiting has been transferred from respondent Is obliged to dIscon- "take over" and, ,I(,, ,1 I
y ,' employes her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Pulley, II Hawaii to somewhere in the I tinue her work with this column, all items sent \h, ''PP/I/:
Ml list'KM'TI ON' KATKYearly. Yes, the Powers That Be in I in Tallahassee I, South Pacific and her brother to her regret. She wishes to take possible, by Tue.,la." ', ''III
1)11.73) ; : Nix ;Month., $L(10 "'ushlngton' raising merry Eveiette Robinson of Jacksonville 'Ol'mycIv \

y : hell about absenteeism If I I spent Sunday with his parents "
s l'ublh.h..1 Weekly on Fridays sad Entered: tu "Second CluHH Matterat I thought they'd listen I could tell Mr and Mrs. J. L Robinson.

the Post Office at Starkp, Florida I them right quick! how to remedythe Mr. and Mrs S. V. Martlinff

situation. Just remodel the of Melrose and Joel Hank, Navy I

I i the Civil Service rules and reg- ( Tec. (Air Corps) of Flemington,

'ulations so that a person can go I N..T. and Jax Naval Base, ,
UNCLEJOE'S i< fishing, to the beaches, shopping nephew of Mn. Martllnn/:, spent Nature Favors

In Galnsvllle, Jacksonville or Miami Sunday with Itr. and Mrs. M.

' I and-or bury his dear old I E GJ'lDer.I .

II mother-in-law occasionally with Mrs II B. Grainger of Bella 91

I out the Federal government paying Glade arrived Thursday to visit
J A W I the
i him to do so. I bet the aver- Mrs. J. G. Godwin SOUTH !

age attendance would pick up Pvt. Odell Cauthe'n of Plant s

By J. L. IIAKKELL wonderfully!I II I Park, near Tampa, and Mrs.

K Cauthm of Tampa, brother and
sister-in-law of Mrs M. C. Rob-
During the past 45 years I've the white Civil Service employes I
: K. K. Bouvler erts, are spending a part of a 13
worked colored laborers'some : would lay off from work for a By.
day furlough with her.
times few, and sometime then back and
Just a day or so come
NEW ARRIVAL.Mr. Dr. and !i s. J. M. Hembree
/ s
s r.
hundreds. Occasionally I had a j swear that they were BO near ,
and Mrs James C. Kitchens
are spending a much-needed vacation
r few whites on the payroll My death's front, door that it took
announce the birth of a son, at Jacksonville Beach
usual of timekeeping was u three doctors and 14 trained nurses -
way j James Larry, here at the farm O. L. Partney has returned -. ..
+ ; 'ralght mark for each full day to cheat D. C. Jones out of a I 1
on May 16. Mrs Kitchens, the from a two weeks' vacation spent
orked and a goose egg/: for each funeral bill. As a matter of fact,
former Myrtlce Thornton, 1 a
with relatives at Lubbock, Texas
F ty mlnsed.' I knew little and' I they were off on a fishing trip,
!diving here with her parents in E. A. Bradshaw Petty Officer
ired less about Civil Service dunning themselves at Jacksonville
the absence of her husband In the
3rd Clans, of the Naval Stationat
ales and regulations However. I llcach or shopping in Gains- I service.Mr. .
Maypoit, the weekend
I've been working as a timekeep villa. However. I wa i greatly surprised l
er at Camp Blending since August. to learn that the colored and Mrs. J. L. Robinson, with his family here. I
J. C. Kitchen of Ft. Lauderdale -
; 1942, and what I've learned slnca employees had gone them one accompanied by their house guest
and Wiillamsburg! Va ij
then about Civil Service rule better. Mrs. Christine Stout of Ann I
spending a ten day furlough/ at
I :
lead me to believe they need One Galnsvill Arbor, Mich., went to Seville
hud at
datky the home of his parents-in-law,
plenty of revising-.and soon1!! Tuesday to vote. Thursday, Mrs.
least 15 grandma to die I .
mmys Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thornton.Mrs.
I The regulations; allow for full- graveyard dead and a Lawteynegro 1 Robinson took Mrs. Stout to J. W. Rltch has moved to + ..arr' -
time pay when not at work as had to take his dying wlfato I Jacksonville to board a plane for the house recently purchased by

follows: 28 days a year called.I the hospital in Jacksonville fora home. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
"accumulated annual leave" and major operation every twj I Mr. and Mrs H, K. Tyus wentto Hundley, from the Wainwrlght,

up to 15 days during a 12-month weeks--until .le'.1! used up all of Chattahoochee Tuesday on on the Starke highway. er
for sick leave. However, business. Mr. and MI's..T. H
period his accumulated annual leave. I II Mr and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs and
during the duration the Powers I Then too, this dentist business Moncrief's daughters Doris and family of Gainesville, Mr. and t
That Be In Washington requested Is getting to be a great thing 'I Jlmmle made the trip with them Mrs.\ Woodrow Holllng worth and
that no one take off more thai here of III te. If every single one and will visit relatives for some children of Palatka and Mr. and
one day a month of accumulate' of the Civil Service employee at J time. Kenneth Tyus returnee ; Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Pine Level

annual leave, and no sick leave Camp BlandIng hasn't had six with his parents after a week's were guests of their parents. Mr.

days at all "except on emergency". teeth extracted this year, then visit.Mrs. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs, Sunday. . fM ,,,iI...And today the varied, fertile production of a wide variety of farm crops: ,

Now It's common knowledge I some must have had a dozenor M. C. Roberts spent Sun- BIRTHDAY St'RPKISK soils: of the South are helping to sustain in dairying, .poultry raising, livestock and
that white folks-educated white all of theirs yanked out to day with her mother, Mrs. GW. "
Mrs.W. D: Newton was the
our nation fighting for its way of life. In in the growing of fruits and
folks- will earn a frog hide any make the average what It Is. One Hunter, In Gainesville. honoree at a delightful surprise vegetables.

way, form or fashion, just HO they old colored man said he'd spent Miss Mary Jo Caldwell visited party given by her daughter, this rich area agricultural products range The Seaboard Railway through '
don't have to go to jail after I three days with the dentist when, : her cousin, Miss Marjorie Mack, Mrs. C. M.\ Turney. Monday afternoon from sub-tropic fruits and vegetables in cultural its Ag::no

ward. Therefore, I wasn't n bit as a matter of fact, he shed his| In Mlcanopy last week, going May 15 in celebration of Florida the grain fields and apple: orchards Development Department has

surprised to learn that some or' teeth-with old age-during down especially to attend grad- her 81th birthday. Lovely arrangements of Virginia. contributed substantially the growth of r
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of spring flowers, the South's agriculture. In coming: days,

7 dent in by friends, were used:! lathe Where once the principal crop was cotthe Seaboard. will actively assist in the

living and dining room. ton, diversification is now the order of the further development of the rich farming

Twenty-five ladles little attended each day and the South takes high rank in the resources of its territory.
a presenting a gift. as they

greeted the honoree, who was Seaboard
Norfolk 10, Va.
charming a soft dress of pink

and black. Mrs. Turney, assisted
by her daughter-in-law Mrs. John
Turney, Mrs R. P. Stubblns, Jr., re.

Mrs. Dennis Fancher and Mrs. ,,
7 "
,- !Morgan Rlcharde, served delicious ,:

punch and cake.

Mrs. Nelle Beavers after-spend u

ing several weeks as guest of her as itix'

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
( ) Mrs. W. N. North, recently returned ,
#I to her home In Tallisee, T
Ala. Mrs North and baby son, i
i il'
Billy, accompanied her for a visit
i of indefinite length
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.. yes betoe then to theYoa .r .& down" Club today How do you do it?Just come in for \\'
. must fill vital a tea d Y itlt g. Tna9 neth. Navy.cantty 1 Ptan- Gulfs Protective Afa/nfenanca Plant '
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fgttttng' 01 women 'W than .yet ';e (OU Maintenance This plan was conceived by experts in car care.
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I. I NOTICENotice land "." 7'np. NIL" 'n.. 0..1' TavaA fast.. hind !O.... .r'.p.It. .,..... 0.. .... Taxes ..l.u.... ,

Plaintiff, vs.Defendant. .
I en. Com ..I 8w"r ot Loot 11.t I III :NI: I': I'or., lOt SF:14' :'
91'I I , I 1710 ru 1N ..04 ft h: tlf NI''t' I..tnlf. 8... ft
,: ' : Is 160 ft rnr, .a Pl ut bra 1-J A 1by U6 Ct N .
a ." ,,:rF PUBLICATION APPEAltK I hi-n-hv srlven that the following described lands will beHold thence run N au ft ti k r05 28 8 U W. c. Powell 1.1iI IConn I,

'" ',, 'r'J'I: to: Rose at public aucilun on the flint day of June', 1944 at SUrke, th.. lUll ft S!I 3U ft W 100ft ft 8 If SI- Coeof
I ,?> !'I.OlllIlA to pt c.f beg 'David ["track 2.0At $' F1t, of NEy: ,; \ 011: .
i r,' I
'I'I UUH Call taxes, herein set opposite. to the name, together. with all coets of run 1V ioU ft tor a I'tor ft. 1: 210 ft r'N 0r.1 ftto
such ale and advertising. beg ,1t..11.. rllll N 'brg II 6 1). r. 3. KtUtr Eat .18
4r6 Milted to appear. oni 214 tt W ioU rt :4 H4ft \(111\ of NE: Cur IIf RIIiur I

?I i i I, 'n' the above named Ilemrlptlnnof b3 80 ft t. pt of bra L1111. Mae ]Howard a.loh. N1'1''lIOh.f"'I' H 1115ft. : I I I"f
nes'I I ruu, ', ,, wherein plaintiff tnmunt of Cum at SE t'ur of Lot 1. \V fur apt
e6 liradford County land "Mec.' TM II.... .,,
I t p. 'u. Owner 'laces CuktsNIS',4 I'unV ISO ft rUI' apt beg. thence runV
n ,null publish this Order cr, beg thence. rwN : )
k I weekly IHMuew.ID . of NE'i & NXV'i! 137 rt W 100 ftI 137ft fin Nf 11451 rt t... i.rtr10. as 8 It t 1. J. Krlier :Fd, I.SS

'( hand and officialSnirki of NE'. 12 7 19 60 W. Wa TUI'p' Co. 8.23 I to bra ,AUap tlro\\11 2,6Crm lot Gtl ft 1'1: & W hv

4 ,,, Florida, thin MalI S E4! of Io1E',. 25 5 20 40 NV. !\Ial\n" 3'84 tfilltl. { Cur I1 Itlk 110 Ct N & 101 In NWl'.r
I II J8 & .lInI: 100 ft fur "f W t" (If 51:1.5of
i.1 vi, 413AL I ) A. J. Thomas All 8'u! of N '.-. of NE'iW a J't ur beg h.n.. runE Ht4' : "f N1's U e U ,.A. J. WJlkcor80n .21 :
I 1< ,1mid Court. I of Hranch 12 6 20 25 Konnle Clews 3.51 t0 tt 1'1 114 ft W t0ft Coo on i..side lit t'hureht '
Duncan. Jacksonville. SW' of NW'. & NVi'; of to Pl of beg afO Colem"n :,GO. $ where N line uf 'J" ;
t j for Plf. 6-12-41-6-2: !"i of NXVI4 13 6 20 "v.' B. Laienby 1.2S Coon. Itlan.t.. of lot 16 :NWI4': or $J.'I:'" erss4'.s. . ..
81'Llf: N '\4 to 2-A. In h. run W 1611 It :N 131It Ii III" 81711ftforaPt .
SE Cor: of NE'4' of for .a pt Llf beg .f beg thence run ',.'
'I IT ('OI.HT. Ht14DF0111' NE'i 14 6 20 42 "'. B. Laienby 1.37 theme rllllV 80 rt :'I :14 r.1I ft. I Fl 112 ft N .. 01 ..
V" ,, FMlRIUtl IN CHAAijefandanthC&u S'!< of NE'4! of f1W15'\ 6.20 20 L. H. (iieenEineist 2'1";. 131 rt t1 100 ft 1:1 137ft 19 ft. thenco, Westerly\ ,
Fiacl Blk 1, Town of pt or brg Charlie Srnlt :I.R8 10 a I" .r uric 26 II U Hum, jC4)' Jtatiatoe, 1.85
II Hlver 2:1-24 6 20 Mabry 1.I" Lot 1 Wilt Ih.rb.r ...::1 Com HI $1: 'or ur N'j..'" '
B 2. 4, 6, 8 of Hlk 29 't Sirs. M. 1". l"l'o"n :.23 ft. N :115 ft SJo:: 601 '
li/h-ll; / (IF PUBLICATIONii & Lots 2. 4. 8, 8. 10. 12 N: 167'4 ft f Lot 12 :Mrs' M. .... Ho'"",,, 1.111 ft 1'lIlItprly: 21111 rI, N t
ii, E TO APPEAR of !Hlk 30 & Lots t, 4, I $.; ld3 rt "fO Lot 32 :'111'.. :II.0'. H..owlI ::1,21 114 Ct. 8 PII2 ft tit'. ,
.t. ,dF KLOIUIJA to: Jennie 8of81k31 k1.ota2. Lot 58 .0\. 0\. Annie 1.3M 1.,11'. al"o rrrtntl .ands
Idiilll whose residence Is: 3. 5. 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, :iiI' ur Lot 57 Will nil rll..r 6,0N '" 1'1' of :'Mrs II Spark.
of lllk 81: & Lot 11 of !..9 tl ufl 198 f1 of man & IV of Hy In
V'IIn.. inquired. to appear! on Hlk 41&Lots 2, 3. 4, Lot 1(1I1'H Sub Dle John I 11 U II Ill' I.I. .S.S SE's: of NW's U G 11; 10 H. n Johns $3.3Ott ,
1144, In the above nameilu.I 5, 6, 7tlof Hlk: 44& 39 rt or N 216 fl uf 1
I C'(u"", wherein plaintiff Lots 2, 4, of Hlk 4S & lit 5 1I1t'1I Huh l'lv Joe King 1.88 ii.l \1. '1'011tl' "',' \111,51 2N 0 I :211: ;

:d l'l liradford CountytIh Lots. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, II of \\'t of MW'. of 8\\'. ofN
, .hull publish thin. Order Hlk 46 A Lots 1. 3, 3, 1.:14, & I,: 14 .\ of S.4tor Lot lot hilt I & lands
weekly Issues.s 4. 6 6 7, 8 9 11 1011.:1. 1. or tot to street Annie' Mxe J'"en'.per I.S3
t r in 10. lOr Nt4 2t Ii 23 J9 11. 1's.Austla I 2.3.
Lot 3 or 1111 I & lall.1Jo
.' s> hand and official 12 of lllk 47 & Illks 141.4 of N1\4 I Ix 14 Ain
It t stiuke. Florida, this May 61, 56, Town of flew In l'ur 2. II 22 26 Unknown 5.8'N ,: "f Lot to street Annie bide Ktlnl'.r '.S7
1111. band
Ulver 2J-2I 6 20 } ",11Ilt" 1.1.42 St of 101':'I4 of. 4''t. & I.otl riot I &

*"IPI.hoA", Jacksonville Flor- I'll'' :',. of NI':'. 43SWVi : 6 20 40 Eliza. Wilson Hat. 4 IS I-'t of .N.I'{:'. "f $N'4 2. 11:1 4e1 1 A. Anols' .Ii Luis N ot I Lot a or 10 UI1 Street It1 Fx1V Volley Mc""nnt" 1.11 I
ty, fur Mf. 5-12-4t-6-2: of NIS'4.: 4 7 20 40) W. CV. H lines 3:91: :o. \.uf.N' \ I, of SW I,25' Ii 23 Ie Dt.1.. l'a"l 9,3''" ::1.1 ft Carl Hitch
.j'H. SEAL I ) A. J. ThomasJiK XV u of NXV'4 4 7 20 "Wlnfred SI. lln en 12 I 12: NIP'; ut $\I'I4" of 1411'14 23 II 2:1: 10 f'. I. & :11' nl".fel.h'r 2.3 1I Lit C'1I1 22 fl D In N"C 201L
.f 'Hid Court. E 24 acres of .NE'i! 5 7 20 24 Wlnfi-vd. :M.' liucen 3.,5! 811'4' of ,1 Si'' of 1"i" i 4 23 I 5 23) 10 ".' t' I'"y" & 11"0. 1110 2.3NFP Iut I\ N'V l'ur of Led 8 ofHIk
Lots' 1, :2 7 7 20 107 C. I... Adklnson 11.68L..t ', :NI\'I4: Llf $I I'::t4 2\: 5 2:1: 10 C. (f "Treat. 1,0 l3 20 & run S" 41 ft
u'IIT I 101 HT. IIIIIKOHI) 9 of Hlk 1 & Lots :NIP', of /oIW', of :SR'4: 23 6 2:1: 10 13dearVllllatns" 1.2MW44 1:21:1.4ftN41 I ft h'
.' 2, 7 of Hlk 12 Ward of Sh4:!' uf :0.\\.: "'.. '
HM" Fl.Ollllltl IN (. '>'- ..11 j1. h.,1<'e1' to ptut
1 ,
Mrs. T. P. Ward E t. 3.16 nil' 2:1: 11"3 1.3.
City 8 7 20 W or 8 Brown $ AAIII" lludaon h'K' Tom 11ul'lell ::16.70Ii
1 'M nunaghy, Plaintiff vs.ii Lot 4 Ilk 11 Ward City I'nknovMi 1.11Lot \\' ''v of ;NF:' of Si.I, of :2119! n .r N'. ot I.ot
4 'n: lionaghy, Defendant. 3 Hlk 11 Ward City Mis. Laura Baxter int.lluttlfl : 1:11i: lil': ':'1 & 1.4:! of N\\\\, 4 ..r IUk 211 11. C. Jones 2.44
| I 3117. KH of Fracl Hlk 5 Ex;, or 1417'.4' of XI':', 2d II 221 10 John 111111a" 2,9 lots I. 3 "f IUk 22 H. l1. 1'I'uwn .n
;"I.i tF; PUBLICATIONll'l W 164 ft Ward City 8 7 20 Melvin 1.45Lot U5'4.. Aof NyofNIVt! .: Ilik Zit as sxl"nded, nn
NOTICE It TO APPEAR 1 Hlk 12 Ward: City A. t.. CiM.Bby 1.16 of ;NtVt4:: 211 II 23 II 1-1. 1':. YarbrllllKh 1.13 N..o.y'. 1/l1' I':" If 1110tt .
I. OF FLOHIDA to: XVIIHiinrtjhy. Lot 5 Blk 12 Ward City Oscna. Hod win 1.15. N'.4 of $E'4 of N\\, l.x & I's: ,I.: Mil n. 51r. 'fh..lm.. 1.III'antllux J.n '
1 K (J whose residence LOIN. 6, 9 Hlk 12 Ward, r. A W tof fly In :NF: 1'1' lit rI of N 111 rI of
City Robert L. Green 2.16I'IW'4 ('or & N% of 14\1'4' of f N I MJ fl. of Jllk 21! II"
1I0wn. to on of 8W'<. Ex Rd! 9 7 20 38)\1ra) Llllle Con 3.09. \.N.'WS"I" 211 5 23 33 F 1.. .I\\'or"M 6.90 ""\.1, 0" 1'I1.'y'
JMie, required In the appear above SXV tilth, 1944 and, wherein of j\"',. & Eta of Jo: nr fly 2d Ii 23 8 1".t. Fisher 2."-311 Cum 1:171.: rl 13: of 1'11.1 {
Court cause, BradtordTelegraph SXVI.4 Ex: 1 tract 295.33 .\ N4i tlf liJo:', of HW''i ('or of !h'lI'oll.hvll & !
lit seeks divorce shall publish. ft In 8XV Cor of NE'4uf '\ J': tlr fly 26 5 U 13 101" Little 1.33 II..yl 1445, & 1'1111 11 81\*\
Sw'4 13 1 20 214 H. L. IlniiBh 27.81' M 420 ft of SW' of2S'A ft. 1'1 111:1: ft W till '..
bulvr lit next four weekly of of SEU) 12.12 N\V 'or of ;iiI':'.
W'4 NEVi 14 1 20 20 We Wa Turp. Co. In fl. H 105 rt to ))1t of
K.-I hand and official I3'i: of NEH of 8E'4! 14 1 20 20 H. K lluiieh 2.12 nWIi Ex2AtoMrs.ttlckey h..It. 28 6 U 3. n. Cone 5.:13I :
ft Staike: Florida thin May S 10 A of 8B''11 of 8W4 15 1 20 10 We XVa Turp. Co. 1.39'. x14 of NW', of ftl':'. 26 5U: 10 It. I. III'own 2:30: ft N & 44 b 20ft
J 944. ; N" '. of 8Wi4 & RF:'.. of 2'. A In N\\ l.'or or N14'Sof \: & W Ltoll1/'ell: 1'1: etAy
T IAL 81M I..) A. J. Thomas NXV4 & W'i of NXVJi\ $I':'!. or 1$1.:1. 26 5 22 3 Y. W. F..lIun 1,3, toI.and..r..n I........ -: 1
tik, uf said. Court. Flor- of SE'4 15 7 20 100 C. F. Padeett 7.0C' :0.\\4.: ur HW\i\, or $E'. & & H 1 by IIIIH AI. 2M 8 2:1: Mary Jane lireI'll lIst 003 y
UlarrlHon, Jacksonville, All NXVi4 of NXV'4 N of "J 198 Ct .r $' W'4' utH1V4
ftijfor Plf. Rd 15 7 20 20 U 7.. Williams 291 '. ...f011':', 2t! II 23 13 l'nkuown 2.90 1.I\I'fl'l'I'U'. '1'lIlIIY k 'O'II! "III.IHV IMF:44 01"" VFl I, l" t 2. r r141k.
6-19-4t-6-9 E'j! of NE'4 16 7 20 SO- A. U :S: 3-4 of :$: W'of NE'i N'4' ot"i' of NW'4' 27 II 22 30 Mlna A. Abbey 441! 3. 4 1V C. Powell 7 ZO
((111, 'I IT ('OI HT Blt 'lKOHIl > & 8 3-4 of RB'. of 'V', of Lot 11 & all loin 1.018 1 I. 4 IIr INk R 'Iyd. lIankerMun ::1.14
FI.OIIILLtt l\ 11.1\-- NW'i E of Branch & 1M. 31. 32 \\'omllllwn 31 5 r 1'2 :15: O. E. (""PWII 1.lIt Lots" ::1.4 4 .f 1111 J3 Meta ..71I.IIIM {
!. All NE'i of SW'i' B of Lots 4I.! 114 'noellilwn 31 6( 22 20 Ilea 'Ilo..l..y:' .12! I. 2 of hut 19 Carrie. 'rulllt'r ::1"3 :
:Mark' Plaintiff vs. Hlea.Mark Branch & NXX"'i' of Lots 6. 12 \'oodlll" 32 5 22 20 (ion. :'110.)0. ) 8.1I::! Lot 4 or Hlk' I ID! 1.111. Jones. 1'4Itlk '
Defendant. $l.4 Ex: 2-." cemetery "' -,' N'y:': of S":', nf NW', & 25 & :'I '.. Llf lIIk 28 A. It. Itaudoipll 082 '
1|"I IOII OK- PIHLJCATIOVl & Ex 1 A In SE Cur 16 7 20 129 IT. E. Stokes 9.16 k,5 of I\I'\: \ of N\\, M'4lrl Ilik 211 A. It. lIanl1ol\lh 09L..Iis
|l NOTICE TO APPEAR 1AinNVCorofNW'. of N\Vt4 33 5 22 35 3. C. Dixon" 2.511 1 I. 2 of IIlk 27 A. 'r. I'nlll 3. .I. 1
ale, leiiulred to appear on of NXVi', being 140 :yds g'it nf tlW''o nf N'V'. ofNI Lot 2 IIf IlIk 2\1\ SL N. ltnberts.. 1&5 6
1Mb, 1944 In the above N & 8 by 35 yds E ;:', & \V'2 of R E4'! II'lk 29 Fx Lot a .10. lIo"nll 7 :0 slots
Court and cause wherein & XV 16 7 20 1 Mrs Llllle Cone 1.53: of NW !. of NI":'i, H II 22 10 JoJ, M. Tllonnt 261 3. 4 of IIlk 30 Wlllle It..hprt. 3$3:
Jff Kcrkn divorce. Bradford 1 A In PE Cor of NXV'i! ,. 1t I I" Peetnville 35 Ii 22 11 lola Little 2.34 lot 2 of ilk ::11 1'lh..1 Lloyd! .71
Telegraph, shall publish of SE', E of ltd 16 7 20 1 A. I.. Crosby 1.45 $h:', of "'V', nf :NR'4 Lots 2. a .f IIIk 15 Alfred 1I1l1'1I1 )121I' .
flet,, In next four weekly EVi of NE'4 A K 493 ft 1R ) I'x I .0\ In HI': I'"r 33 5 22 9 1.1111. Davis 1.70 : 95! ft of Lots 2. 1 ofItlk
uf WH uf JCK'4\ 17 7 20 110 :Mrs' Lillie Cone 13.71 N'I. of SW", nf N'V' lit UG 1.1.. Little 913 I
.'ss my hand and official 8W'( of NEH. & I:%;, of all N.4:\ of N1\4' or Lots ::1. 4 of lIlk 40 Lillie &I lonnie Jackson 3H:1:
"144. NW'i A E: 12 A nf NW'. 1 I': uf fly 35 5 22 13 1..1". Little 1.42! lots 1 I. 4 .f HII' H "$1111I Franklin .71
'4H. NW' of NW'/j! & NE'i :" 1 A III N'V Cur of "I3.4, Iota. 1. 4 of IIlk 45 $nnlh H.'t III"
|i Starko, Florida thin. May of SXVVi\ & NW'i! ofSE',4 of :N\\'I 35 5 2:1: 1 Unknown 1,49 Lots 2. 3 of Hlk 46 Sarah Scott In
'lA I. KE4U! ) A. J. Thomas 22 7 20 213 R. A. Weeks 21.50 W 3,4 of N4 at NW'i of
>itc if said Court. SW'4 of NW'i! & NW'4 NW'4 36! 5 2Z III (". 1. & :N.' I1ln/Kfl'ldll"/ ::1.114 3.8i't'ptl1'Itl'IIY.. A" (,'(I'S AU V"I'IO" :IN t 23

:>' r Huffman JarkBonvllle, of SXV4 22 7 20 80 C. C. Dees. 6.70 SE''. of Xf':',. ::4 6 23 40 1'1'1 Robinson 3.41I )
..rliln, Ally for Plf. 8H of NXV'i! of NW'i! A In NW'i of NW'. of talk 5 Van Ness & fI..lle 211.11
Ally for Plf. Ex, 1 A In SW CurChurch NW'4' A" per deed ilea. loss 5. II, M, 9. 10 ofHlk
5-19-41-8-9 (<< ) 1 5 21 19 A. P. Rosier 2.90 I" Deed Jl'ook 48. page II Carl Rlh.h 2694
All 8XV!, of NE'4 N of 103 2 6 2:1: t n. n. 'rlln.lwell 1,03 Lots. II II tof Itlk 16 t'u.M) A. ttrnoka 0 U
Rd & 4 3 A In NE Cur vII' of S\%'',4 ..f'NI & Nth of I..t 2 of Itllt: 18 E:. L. WIIIIIIIII. 3.29
( n'll'I' c-nriiT. JIll VOFOHIIM'V of HI': of NW'' 27 5 21 23 Carl Reddish 1.75 SI I':I4 of N"4 4 t1 1':1 60.A. .1. Bryan 26NN' lots, 6. 7. M. 9. 10, 11.
(,. Fl.Oltllltl 1M fllt.'N-: S'. of W'4 Ex 3NF A In M' : ', of NF';' II. 23 40 Melvin, Clrlftl" 1.14N I2 I: "r 1I1k 20 1Vin. Tlltlill n.n
Cor A all N'/j of14W14 : 100 ft nf RE'" of I..t" J. Z. 12. 13. It of
rt E, Knight Plaintiff, vn. N of Hram-h" "27"NW'i 5 21 117 Ury .Reddlxh 2.35 SN'Si\ E of fly 10 8 22 4 Thelma Ith"l..n 1.25 nile 36 Earl feutge 2.44
I"y Knight Defendant. ,xe Nf <'nr of W'4of I.nt I of '"Ik J.J Ex: '14 10
', of SXV'4 Ex 18 A Corn at
-r: $ of N\% '' & run ft &: l I.ot between Hiks YH
all I'li
XV side & 8XV/4
on :-
Jl""I>EH OF PUBLICATION ; lit hl III N. J. .Lines'
li ;NOTICE:! TO APPEAR: of XV'4 N of Hranf.liEx Faulkner 205 II3I0ft. V202ftN Addition tan 11I1'ke 28 6 2:1: Mrs. J'esrl liI'I1II''OIl' 2.11
41 Pen
2'{ In N''or 28 / 21 aao ft g 200 rt 10 ptof )
lE I : OF KI.OK1DA to: Edith: NA ..71SWIi 6:2 3 Frank B..yant 1.97nr
Thomas 10 '
13. B. A
6 21 20
E' of ofoIW4! 1 brg-TIC ,. +
Kn"'ht. whose renldence Is 4 '1'1'1.1': :V.1IIHI'fln9" 1'0 "'I''IIKII e
, of N" '4 & Rl'', of Cam 200 rtS of NE { ".
1 1 I. Summervllle, South CaioHIV :VW'4 & NXV'4: of tll':'. 5 6 21 120 T. L. Willis. 1.83 V'4 of HI'', of 4 A. A. Annie' 7.20

required to appear on SE'4 of N" 'A Ex 1 A 1.18 N", &: run 14 40! ft N 42 ct flf Lot 3 of IlIk
A 21 St Fracler Kelley road th..ncel
IS \V to
Cemetery (I1p.r. rttrrl"h
3, 1944 In the above namedEtinil 21 1.13
5XV'A 7 21 10 I'liknown 1.13 rnlLl1 to'I4 /01,.".
of long
N'i of SE'i Lot 8 IIf IlIk 27 Cecil Thul1Iall I.U
divorce, cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County of 8W'. of 81'.'. 20 7 21 20 II. 8. Waller 8.35 line thence 1 g 10 beg 10 6 22 4 Joe M. Orlffln Lots U, 14 of Hill II,

"I'hhall piihllnh this. Order 55 A In N % of Nfi1; to rOAd, thence N KlHliiKft'' Addition to I
I your weekly Issues deeded to William Com at :0V 0 Cur .f sly' StarkH 28 6 21: Wm. C. Powell 3.75 !
w hiinil official Jones. Ex, Rd & $!4 "foIW'', of N\\'. & Lot 6 of !ilk :2 & 1 Lot
my '. 24 7 21 71 Norman Blue 1081 /01 520 ft. 1':.662 ft
of run
it of SJo: JJW'4 101ft N > 8 Inv 52 H ,
4 Ktarke .
Florida thisMay 11.938B' :
"H. NE'4: ofoIW'. 24 7 21 40 I. (1. Young to rnad titem'r ;N 1I10llK ft K A wI I In :NXV Corof I
|<'I\L SEAL .. of NE'4 &: EH of road tl) I. See. line. Lit 3, HowllnifsSiihl IRVI: "
) A. J. Thomas 5.43
lik >t Raid Court. NE'-4 of 1'IF' :', 23 7 21 CO Eliza Hall thence W tu lit ofbeg 1/1/ 11 23 5 AA..I nrlt". 2.14 >/lv. 28 6 S3 Knute Fred Und 418
nk All NEH of NW'I W of ,' 3,15I' Lots, A, II, (" of lllk 1, .
Lamlrum. Flor- OltrdlnC'r
Starke 7.07
28NH 7 2t 7 <'Iydeforjl'an Young nf NW' nr 4'1.14! : 11 6 22 20)
Rd ExV 11.3 A SV',4 116WS4 XVynn's Add to Stark 28 6 23 Huyd 110110 way 201
pti rncy for Plaintiff. of 1'1\\ '. 29W'i 7 21 80 Albert & Lula Willis. 1.53 :'" of 14\\/ .r NFt: II 8 22 21I'nknown 3.15 Lot 1 of hilt 3, ..I. O.Alvnren q
5-12-41-6-2 ..1O.. lingers :
__ of NW"4 Ex 1-A t) "f flW'%. of NFP, 11 6 U 20 .. 2.14 Add to Sturke 28 6 22 Madce Whlgham 1.IS
Church 30 7 21 79 T. L. Casey 1.K3 W'II' nf M11'% "r filW'11 6 22 20 'J'om.hc.
IICIIT ('niHT, BHADFOnn NEV4 of NW'4 34 4 22 40 M. 1. Crews 3.41 1:11 of HW' of 14:14,: 11 6 U 20 Irene .':. Jlrown 1.reW34 J. M. JOHNS'' AllltlTION TO NTillKM 211t e 33
"H'1' FLUIilUAt IV: (;IIAV: Lots 6. 6. 7. 8, 21. ??. of NN'4 nt :II'V'4 12 8 n III Charley Branlley 1,801v'4 ,

,' 27 37 38, 39, 40, 41, 10:4f: NK I & \V'/ot Lot :3 of Blk .12 Mary n Maloney 214 '
I'll.Scull plaintiff vs. Robert 42, 43, 45, 46, .49. 50, of N.4 & E Il Lots II 4 of Hlk 32 10. H. MIHIa-an 161
IDEK Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONNOT1CB 61, 62, 53, 64, 65. 56, y A nr 8E'4 nf NW a & Lola 6, 8 of Blk: 36 A. W. Anderson 1.16

'[D ; TO APPEAR Woodlawn 57, 68. 60, 61, 62, 61: 10 5 ?2 200 L. L. & H R. Rhoden 2415 '19\ A of on S13'4 N end ofNSVl of W 12 6 22: 112 "''r... Pearl. Starling' 2.73 CITY ptiiK ...i IIIIIV.V.. A c, Aumriov TO 6'i'ARNH :S a sa

5B: OF FLORIDA to: Robert Lots 47. 48 Woodlawn 10 6 22 20 Unknown 1.91 flE'4' of NF\4::\ 12 6 22 to L. W. Conway .99
lull whose address Is Head Lots 30. 32 Woodlawn 11 B 22: 20 L L. & H. R. Rhoden 1.13 W'y nf Fl4. of 14W'A ot Lots 1. 3, H, 6, 7, I of '
1'0 Pottery 355 Coast Ar. of Lots 18. 31 HE',. 12 8 22 HI Se/plc/ West 210 Blk 1 A" lots 1, 2, 23,
\ s"arch Light Battalion. A. XV'i.j Woodlawn 13 5 22 10 ]T. W. llavlland 1.86 R\Vy, of RW!% 14 6 22 40 John Johnson 4.GO 24 of Hlk 2 A. A. AnnIs' 22."

512, New York city. New Lots 63. 64 69, 60 AN'i :-lit"nr RW" nr RF'o & Lot 12 at /Hlk 3 Orange Lines' 2076
of Lots 57, 58 NW' of j$1'4 of t.'o. 111 8 22 30 Unknown Lot 7 of Blk 6 J. If. Kirkland .11
are required to appear. on Woodlawn 13Lots 5 23 50 W. C. Deyo & Bros. Jno 10.30 Lot 6 nf ylorenee E.:: h' of Lots 4, S of lllk
''n., 1944 in the above AI Roth 21.00
| named Sub-Plv In
15 ("nova'
13 14.
4. ,
iml, 1, 2, 3. 20 Mrs Irma E. O'Neal 2.7.
23 'V 17
eRu..e. wherein plaintiff 16. 17. 18. 29. 30, 31, N1j 17 8 lots B, 6, 7 Ex ft t
divorce. Bradford County 32 33. 34. .15, 36, 45,, SS4 of RV4i i or NFSi E of Hlk I It. N. Dow-
uph' Hhall '.. Add to Stnrkn. 29 6 23 F. F. Flume 780
-W'; of Jln.
publish this Order 64 nf road & : .
63 .
48 60
47. .
46. 7.ttI
: fl'Neal
JIIr. Irma S.
t four Baker 23.85 11 6 U 2&11/ 27, 28, :.17,
weekly Issues. Woodlawn 13 5 22 250 J. W. JoJ of rand 40 Lois ,
p. hand q'4 11 8 22 :Sirs Irma N. O'Neal 3.R3Com 40 of Blk 2 R. and official 6 6 11 12, Wood- NI;' uf 141'0' ::111. 311. ,
Lots ,
I Starke H. Williams. 4 45 of II0wllna' Add to
; Florida- this April 13 5 22 40/ J. nt RI Pot II'V'1oor N.
4l. lawn Woodlawn 18 /5 23 10 F. B. Woodruff 2.30 1't8',4' & run W 20" Ktarke 29 4 22 R. L. T. Thomas 316:
Lot 37
51, 52 Woodlawn 13Lot 5 22 20 Chan. A. Rhodes 3.24 ft. NflrllprlY, 295 ft E. N"NF.I\ !' Ex, Lots I.
"'iAi. SEAL A- Thomas InU 14 5 23 10 Unknown '' 1-38 216 ft 10 a pt I I 2. 3, 4, B, 6 In HI-: CorA
frk of said Court. 39 Woodlawn 10 11. i5 .1:,: 17 8 23 :I J. C. Simmons 2,195V ; ..:* 1 A In 8W Cur 29 8 22 84 L. J. Prevatt 1793
Lots 5, 6, 7. 8. 9, ,
8I,<3 Cot
Ilarrell OW'of Com 210 ft N of
Jacksonville Florida WoodLot :, nf I: 3-3 of
1 for Planlntlff. 12.; 23, 24V 26. 15 5 22 110 L. L. & If. R. Rhoden 9.21 NF4 18 II 23 13 J.v.lln Tyson Est 2 654I4 of NE', of NW'4' A"

5-5-4t-1-28 : lawn 53 A E'i! of Lot eoWoodll.wn 'of 1'11'1' of :NE":: 18 6 22 211 Victoria A. Barnes .77 run W 210 ft, N 210 ft,
2.43 ,. 1 AIn E 210 ft 8 210 ft tu
15WH 5 22 15 Mrs. E. Q. Harvey N XV'/I or "W'1o, | r. ,
'niT COURT* Bn.'UFonD of Lot 60 Woodlawn 15 5 22 5 Avery L. Keever 1.38 NE: <'..r (Church) & beg 29! 8 22 1 Ancel Orlffls 'Y 503

>.T". FLORID 11 IN CIitN.Netruit. SH. of Lot 61 Woodlawn 15 6 22 5 A. Stoker 1.93 NH of 8XV4! uf SW'4 18 8 23 99 Elizabeth Te Sue! 1.89 1 L A In W\\4f by St 8r3'4bounded N
15 16. A flYof!
3 14. ,
Lots' 1, 2. ,
Plaintiff MilPlekrult. 100 ft wide across by W. A Mathe 1 A
vs.. 81 strip
W of Lot A
18 & %
17, 29 8 22. in. C Plumor 104
of of lot
Defendant. S end W'4
Case No.
& all Lots Woodlawn 39, 40, 42. 1Lots S 22 115 T. I. A IT. R. Rhoden 11.34 NE'4 of NI '4 E "f road 20 8 22 1 Ltndsey. Grlffls 2.74 Com at RF:: Cor of lA'I -

'DER PUBLICATION 63. 54 Woodlawn 1f1 /B 22 20 'fo:. C. Monley I.58 About 10 A In Fayette A .
oOF TO 4. 13 18 6 22 10 Mrs. E. a. Harvey 1.56 NXV'4 as per deed/flea. St & run F: I47'j
fd.Nn APPEAR Woodlawn
'" Lot 63 33. 34 In Deed Book 4.., pace 'I ft for a I pt of beg.
I who.e FLOIDA to: Mildred Lots 21. 3727, 28. ofLot 21 8 23 10 a. s. Bradley 1.67 thence run H 500 ft, h<.
86.E 38 A NH
residence 124
urth Is 35. 40 of Elk 1 S of R 711"'n ft. N ISOO ft, W
Street. Butler, Fennsyl.fra'aulred 39 A 45 all 4fl,Lots 61. 62,, W'4 2 W Ex 1 A In :\E' CorA 7M''i ft to pt of bet 29! 8 22 IT. M. Mlion' 2."
41 44. ,
Wood. Ex, 1 Lot 105 ft N K 400 Ft of NK'4' "fjltFJ'4
|'n., 1944, in the to above appear named on r:1.; 61, 63, 17 :5 23: 205 L. L. & If. R. Rhoden 17.11 A 8 by 210 ft MA: W of HE', Ex:, portion ,

'land cause, wherein plaintiff Lo'tV 12, S3, 41, 42. 49, lt SB' : 8 Cor of A It E'4 3 W.Temples of. A H In of NH ly Cor A KxH 29 8 23 4 Mrs F. M. Tlbbetts 9 71

Ivoree. Bradford County 50, 51, 52 63, 64. 55, Flk 1 Huh-Ply. 21. 13 9 Ethel Lloyd 1068 W' of NW'i! of BE' \4
aph t shall publish this Order 66. 57, 60. 61, 62, 63, of SB'i: : of Pea, N 6 A 30 8 22 14 Willie Lucas 2.44
four 14 chat portion
eu weekly Issues. 64 & NH of Lot 1IJ 5 23 185 L. L. A H. R. Rhoden 15.33 Blk 4 S of It 1 W lvI N 620 ft ,.f NW'of
my hand and official Woodlawn V flp.*. line NK'4 K* 'W 165 ft 33: 8 22 16 R. D. A It. A. Well 2.44
.1 Starke( Florida this May Lots 11. 20 & N',1 of Lot 1.. 15.22 25 W. M. Reddish. 2.64 of I InsE NWV4 of oNWVj, ofof'NE'i Com st HW Cor of NE'4of

LLALSEAL" 19 Woodlawn Woodlawn 18 .6 22 20 W. M. Reddish '.24 81'4: & 8W'4 or ftW'4 NW'4 A run' N 623ft. :
) A. J. Thomas Lots 17, 18 .82 8 105 ft,
18 .B 2J 5 Mrs. K. O. Harvey 1 A Temples E 345 ft,
f ef said art. EH of Lot 31 Woodlawn 6 S3 10 M. L. Thompson 1.40 2J ( It: 1 Unknown 2.76 F210ftS420ft.W
['"' Knlnht. I ke, Florida Ix>t 41 Woodlawn of 18W'4 H"b-flIY.'' of Elk 8 8! of R 555 ft to beg 33 8 23 5 Alice McDouenld 341
15 for A EH Rw ,
| Plalntlffr of Lot ft 4k of
5-5-4t-6-28 Lots 40, 61 & N% of I 19 S !! 20 7. J.. A IT. 71. Rhoden 2.63L. .1 XV In NEV Sub Div of .8W'/i 2'i! LINE::611 nf road 33 8 23 3 Louis Kahr Em.. ".. 1761
Lot 41 Woodlawn 19 5 22 10 L. & H. IL Rhoden 1.66 :temPIP. _1 8 22 3 James S.:: 3.04 Com at teE Cor of NW'' .
|It TIT ro;;T, BRADFORO Lot9 Woodlawn JI aet Bile I fl nr n .- of SE'i A run W 148/ ,-I,'
y"! l-LOHIUt| IN: CIIAVII : > ots. VVi: kS?; U: :3 F3:: A W'4 of Blk 1W ft for a pt of bee.
T.. A TT. R. N 148 ft.
14. 2/1/ 5 22 151) L. : Rhoden of It 1 K A HK1: ofBlk themes rim w
//.nckle8r. Plaintiff. "". 27. 28. WoodlawnLot 10 5 23 10 J. R. 1.38Clyde 1 N of R 121 F145ItN160.8ft W ., \
': Defendant 67 Woodlawn NW'. 11 5 22: 10 Starling 1.38 NWt4 of BIle 1 S of R 273 ft, N l&t ft. B 210 ".'.rv't'l:9
of '
j05.Locklear. of NWH W 4907 fl. ,,
n. IEV4 of 274 fl ..
A N 8wi!
1Rds. E :IE" % : : ,
1 tract 61 8 ft. F: 234 ft to
t'LfT' p PiTBLFCATIONE W by 60 rd< N & ain of of Blk 18ofIt2nTemples 8nb-T'lv : 22 8 23 17 Ira C. Gardiner 10." pt of heir 13 9I 23 S IT. ChandlerS3 361
FLORIDA Cor of SW'i! We Wa Turp. Co. 3.20 In 8W Car ofRH
OF NW S 22 20 1 I A "n 1
to: Charlie NE"* J2BW5.f 3 4 SRfteffiN 2S61I&BIN:: wn of NW'4\ of $E'/4: 33 6 1 Joe Johnson 3.44
) whose residence"' I" N E'4 I20 Ain
?rawer B. Stormvllle New S.4 \ 1'Ik OF KV4xit IV OP fir.) 31 e 23
NW,..cof MF14 22 S 33 60 Mrs. Irma E. O'Neal 8.43 pi5rf n R83WFo5*, I I.I\<-OI.X. fITV Cll tt

are r..qlllr.d of Ex 148 ft s<| In NE Florence Albert 1.29
to appear on W\06\ 354 Lot : 1 of nile 4
22: 19 C. J. & M. Dlnffelder
II Sub-
1914. 33
and In the above namedJ of Cor. Tern pies 22 6 21 3 Rebenna Clark 2.63 Lot 3 of Blk 6 Ella William. 1.29
.ea""e' wherein plaintiff is4wf Wb 5:3 60 J. C. Prevatt 3.77 ComTit of Philip & Joe Johnson 14
*cBradford County 22 NW Cot 8W'4; Its 5, 7, of Elk 6x
V"n ''l publish this Order ::\ rIk U of HW'4 &runS21' : >ts 2, 3. 4 of Blk 7 Rehtta. Cummings 2't t

t. i.tour weekly Issues.r Town of Lawtey, of 23 5 22 W. IT TtlrKS' Kst. 1.45 thence ft for run a pt B of ion bpI ft." Lr.t 7 of Elk 9 If. A. Prescott Jr. 1.13 "'
my hand
u and officialI'M4. Mrs. Cherle Ann McDonald W )10* ft. N N'4 of NW'i of NW'4
tarke of S Inn< ft,
yof Town ..
Florida this MayAs Blk U 23 1.88lag 21 Aaron honey 233
6 23 8
8'ta I W IIf ny 23 11I1) ft. topt of ber"" Ex 8 A on W end &

Clerk A. J. THOMAS. ) tPY Lot W2oToWn of zI: E 33 Unknown .94! 8 3 A"of 8W.4 KHof of RW'.4 n' .'/ 22. 22 3 A. R. Randolph 1.59 Kx '4 A Vault Lot 33 6 22 13 H. E. Johns 11.18

of said Court. Lawtey W 3 A of a 9 A triangle \'A\! of NW4! of NW14 I
SEAL) BY 3f 33, 24. 29: 3* IIU:
Perrpmmn10Stark. LAWTBY E between roadsIn Also Com on H line 60
Florida. TOW!* OF
: All Lot 2 E of old Law- of SW'4! N of road 34 6 2> 33 A. J. ThomasSI 366 15 decrees W 330 ft, :r .;J . '
Pub- thence W IS dee-reen N ,5 ,..
Keep en BAcklnc the Attack ley & MlddUburg A. A. Annie I 1.II NW'4 of BE'i All to W line of see. 81, .
lie RdtLawt BWI4! of 8E', N of thence N to NW Cor
With your porchasea *f WAR & &&' 014 24 6 :it J. W Jordan" 645 of 8
y3& road WE'4too'b.fW'A
BO * A. A. Annls t.U thence 33 1 33 38 The Amerklut'Tru.t Co. 7.31
>TDg. Gin War B.... W. J. Barber 1.40 W 13 A of NE'4 of (Continued on page ojI.

'or Ckrlstma*. Lodi Sn! Die of Lot JSNH Kd Dennlfleld 1... NW 4 27 < 21 13 Della Keller 2.44 I
of Lot 1*


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I.SOCIETY and CLUBS Wilkinson-Mcintyre Birthday LuncheonOn Miss Jessie Jones t SAMPSON Louise VarneaMrs. CITYBy I small Mr. and son,Mrs Clifford C c I ir TatulII

ftf :
Becomes Bride York City, were
Mra. Frances N. andA. Wednesday afternoon at 1 !lueR1"
Mcintyre Josie Hall, Mrs. Fred Ellis and Mr" R. J 01 "

: Sunday Musicale Miss Dobbs Weds J. Wilkinson were married o'clock, Mrs. Duel W. Hardin en- Of Corporal ScottMr. and son, Charles, of Green Cove Mr. Tatum Is a brolhe ia\2.,
Wednesday, May 24, at 5 o'clockIn tertained a group of friends In of
Springs are vlsllng W. J. Rob- Dtjvis.MIS. l(,
: At Woman's Club Fred Haislop In the afternoon In the Methodist the home of Mrs. Havana and Mrs. J. C. Jones of inson.

The honoring ],(I'S. JOhns'j R. A. .,
parsonage." quiet cere- Starke announce the marriage Mrs. Lassie Daughtry and children johns, 'If,

Enjoyable Event Quiet CeremonyMiss mony was performed by the Rev. her birthday anniversary. of their daughter, Jessie to Cpl. of Lakeland arespending awhile City spent several ,In."t, 1 LI.
O. C. Powell. A pleasant social afternoon visiting her "
I Reese Scott of the headquartersDetachment \
with her parents, Mr. and H
Mm., L. H. Jennings' finance Myrtle Dobbs daughter I was preceded by luncheon served Camp Blanding, The lams. II':
Mrs. .1. L. Wynn.
.chairman of the Woman's Club of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of to the honoree Mrs. Clark, ,
double ring performedby Mrs.
NipperGoodgeMiss ceremony Is Bertha .
Men. Lester Kite spending PC." ,,,,,
musical W. Hardln.Mra. : .
of Stnrke. and !Mrs. Duel '
sponsored n Sgt. :
Harold Benson minister, took Tb
the State Prison Farm, became some. time with her sister, Mrs. day for Columbus cd "
held Sunday evening In the Doris daughter of Clay Jaynes. Miss Dorothy '\ f,.
Goodge 6 o'clock In the lateaftel'noon
place at \.UI *
the bride of William Fred Halalop. Let tie Anderson, in Mobile Ala. spend a fortnight J
auditorium of the Club building Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Goodge of Johns, Mrs. Havana Johns and on May 13, at the homeof son-in-law Wltb I
of Mr. and \tn. Vf. R. Hal- Mrs. Louise Newmans is visiting and daueht, '
be toward eon
proceeds to applied : Starke and Calley Nipper, formerly Mrs. S. V. Andrews. the bride's parents with her Albert New- Mrs. C. L. H ill. L '
her husband
the Improvemene of the park on clop of Starke In'a quiet ceremony -
of Five A. Fla. and now slater, Corabell, acting as maid of
Church St., a current project of performed In the presence : stationed at Camp Blanding were Mrs. Ara Moltt spent last honor. mans stationed at New Orleans. John Runddell of p,1'lel1eld.>
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCullough
the organization.Mrs. of a small group of relatives and married Thursday May 18, at the week visiting In St. Petersburg Cpl. Scott, whose home Is In Va.ls_ a guest of H, .Ino )
Butler to l
to Lake
went Sunday (
Jennings presented Mr Methodist in Starke Lacoochee and Dade City. She A. Williams of
parsonage Shady Valley, Tenn., had as his I rh '
friend at the farm home of thegroom's Mag.,
visit Mrs. McCullough's parent "
John H. Simmons, Vocal Int. of with the Rev. G- c- Powell per was accompanied by !Miss Mildred best man, Cpl. Herman Sansbnry. Hotel.
Gainesville, and Sgt. Scott Watson -. brother and slHter-ln- Mr.. and Mrs. Powell.
forming the ceremony. They Robertson of Indianapolis.Mrs. Sgt. Budwlg also attended. Both Mr. and !Mra. Alton Dobbi. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones and
pianist, of Camp Blanding now visiting, MI' Nipper's parents were from Headquarters De WHITSunday $I'Nly:
in conceit.Sgt. I They repeated their nuptial vows In Fort Myers. R. J. Davis spent several Mrs.' S. E. Jones visited Mrs. R.

1 days last week In Tallahasseeas tachment. A. Thomas In Starke Sunday.Mr. May 28 ,b, :?. ... ,
Scott accompanied after Rev. W. K Hall, of The bride attractive
pastor wore an I
Mrs. C. F. Ward accompanied the guest of her daughter, and Mrs. Hogan Smith Sunday, there will h", It
Simmons whose repertoire el
of white chiffon with white
Mrs/ tile Pine Level Missionary napt gown tlon of the
cluded a variety of / Mr Ward to the Alachua County Miss Idalou Davis Miss Davis' went to Jacksonville on business Holy C"mmuclDI
t list accessories. Her bridal bouquqe'waa .
church Thursday evening. I weekend.Mr. St. Mark's Church .,'
In Gainesville Tuesdaywhere will arrive home today having r.
from favorites of the Old Hospital
18 8:30 fashioned of gardenias and I'tf
May : o'clock. at' 11 o'clock ,.
he will remain for a ten- completed her freshman year at seivu 1
ters through the more colorful I "bt
| Miss Dobbs wore a becoming the Woman's College. baby breath backed by white and Mrs. R. C. Buford had or Whit Sunday be. ,.'III',
Heml-classlca, to clonn with an day
jacket (dress of Alice bluo accented . .. tulle. as their guests Sunday, Miss the gre'at feasts of ,it'| J"
------------------------ I"
Inspiring negro spiritual. I by daisy white accessor!?*' Cpl. and Mrs. Scott spent their Gloria lluford, Miss Ad- Year, becatIse It (com ,tJ';'
Sgt. Scott also charmed hisI
audience Her flowers were pink rose bud. I honeymoon at Silver Springs returnIng die Balxden, Mrs Ted Stilley, scriptural story of1/ ,
with brilliant
a solO In a shoulder corgage.: to reside temporarily Mr. and Mrs. D. Stilley and children the Holy Spirit up, air4,.

piano performance. He played Following a wedding trip to ffrffL: I at the home of the bride's parents Donna and Ted and Mr. and 1 1 disciples. It Is hop, .. !
two /groups! of colorful s.lcction.sIncluding ? b
the beautiful Waltz In Tampa, the couple returned to In Starke. Mrs. Pat Dollar and, son, John,j churchmen and then' r .nlill
make; their temporary home with be
E Minor by Chopin. ------- --- all of Jacksonville. present.
the Alton Dobbs.
The auditorium was prettily Well, folks Tiling hliould ')n to New York City to meet TIIXKS'OTI.U'J: ---- -
Mrs. -- -
Haislop is employed In
decorated for the affair almost minute Comer . .
with be perking any
arrangements up
I wish thank the voters of
the office of County Agent L.. T Co
; of summer floweia. Dyer while her husband IH en- now, what with the collitch set Precincts 1, 2 and 3 for their
Following the program, refreshments beginning to trickle (or should I In ThA Mntl-lmg;: H'Hr Caroline On
gaged In farming. She was fine support, which resulted in Any TripSHORT
I of punch and cake say truckle) In . Jewell Powell -Just a few lines to ]let you
graduated from Bradford High my election to the office of Constable -
were served in the nun parlor already on the scene and know this Isn't such a big world
school with the class of '44 MrHaislop District 1. I will striveto
from A beautifully appointed others expected to arrive momentarily after all. I have just come back
also attended that school. give pervce and satsfactlon
table covered with a lace cloth . Snookle CorpenlnR from spending a day and night In this position and will trans OR LONG

and centered by a low arrange- .. bowls at either end of the table. dashing about town In that with my brother Jesse who Is act the duties of the office to

ment of red roses flanked by Hostesses assisting Mrs. Jennings breathless manner that seems to in the army. not more than 40 the best of ability. C By train,bus or plane, protect:

two sliver candelabra holding were Mrs. E. M. Davis be the trade mark of nil brides-, miles' away. He and I really) had.., ., my -J. L. Sllcox =-. against loss of travel funds is the mt
green tapers. Roses and fern Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Mrs. D. E. to-be . Hear quite a number of I swell time together but there' .- step to take. Easy and inexpenjii

were arranged around the punch! Knight and Mrs. E. I... Matthews. parties are planned for this pop one thing he can't get used to THANKS VOTKKS: too, for all you have to do is CoflytS .

ular lass . Her marriage will In England. He.: ,,naya he'l"be\ your cash before
I you start
.. I am S Into
for the
I take place soon In Las Vegas . damned' If he can drink that "hot very grateful \ American Express Traveler

WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD Hear Elton Powell Is among the I stuff" they call tea. Of course, I splendid Primary support Election given on May me 23 In, and the .' V i They are as compact to carry as Chtqm grtciv/
more industrious students who after he is over here five or six
offer thanks i backs readily spendable like cash-anil
WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT will spend the torrid summermonths months he'll get used' to It, likeI my to every per- '
: CONTAINER CORPORATION . i t son whose vote contributed to my when lost or stolen uncounttru&ned.
OF AMERICA lapping up learning have. He and I both say tell all
nomination for County School I their value is refunded in ju!
. I the old Callatreeters hello fOI' U'l i '
FERNANDINA FLA. Superintendent of For this protection the
Public Instruc- \ cost is httlc-
and tell) and Dad
Mother we are
Orcliidn 10 ('pi. Scotty Wester- tion. I 75ff
both having a swell time.Joe am deeply appreciative of only on every $100 worth purchased.

r- .". -. _ ___-- __p _.----. .. .. u __ _._ ..0- field whose sketch class Is a smash. C. Ricks Carpenter's Mate 3-c the confidence you have placedin 'I Minimum, 400. Obtainable at Barks:
hit at the USO-YWCA .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Better around (Somewhere In, England), me, and I assure you of courteous Railway Express offices and at man;
drop on Monday
and efficient
service at all camps and bases. Ask for
Sly Many Yearn Experience makes It Pmuilble for Me to Render nights . See Joe Andrews -.- times.

EFFICIENT FKOMIT and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE (Emory at Oxford) and Perry Another Interesting note from Respectfully
Galney (West Point) the A. W. Anderson who has just yours
returning natives . Alice and arrived wherever Is he was go- ==

DeWITT C. JONES Grant Evans are furloafing In Ing . Excerpts: "This second -

I Starke Florida Chicago . Glimpsed Bill Plum- largest island in the world has \ finciir .'(H IIT. iiritppnim TRAVELERS CHEQUES

._.t- --I aSS U '"- -_-np.ppas u ... ,...... y, mer, whose new Navy rating Is got; It all over one of Metro- (('loll'0:! %"TY. FI.OKIMtl IX ('ii\\'-

Chief Storekeeper back In these Goldwln-Mayer's Tarzan jungles :Mary Kluyd PnnleN' Plnlntlff. vn.
KiiiiiiiJiiimiiiijiiiimuii J !' ',",,11111'' ,.' '!''''limn' ' :;. ,, , :; . It rains i'd w..1'.1. Hurl Dunlcln, I>>fi> ,
'iiitiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiMCHURCH' ''' ''' "''''''"''''''""II""I"iII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III"mlll.lltIIll""II' ntllllll""" parts for a brief visit with wife. already every day, t n
i f OF CHRIST Ida Lee, and their adorable dotter and this Is supposed to be the ANt oltnnil NOT1CK OP Pl'PLIPATION TO APPKAtl, ; From where I sit... / Joe Marsh

after being allatsf'1tor the dry season .' j. I Imagine the Ca" No. 3142. ___ _

; Aubrey Mercer Minister I, past ten months . Bill Is assigned rainy season Is almost as bad alt STATIC IxinlelM OV., ,1
SUNDAY to1 mine . California . .' Nights are always Oroup. ala Ho'I. ('. A. A. U. Clu11'I.ton. ..,,-
: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study sweeper South Carolina. Words
cool, and by midnight we Light arejGrave'
And' If you ask me.that'sone You are
required to
I :11 :00 A. SI. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and ;: sweeping Job I definitely have to use a blanket . We June 2 flth, IOU .In the ahove appear n mfil

Communion. wouldn't care for . have showers and a nice mesa seeks Court. ant cllv"r.rnune.... ,Tlradforrl wherein plaintiff County' WordsThere's

i WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer Meeting. hall and food Is good but variety Telefrrnph In next four shall publish thin. Ordi-r
weekly IMHUPH.WltnpHtt
restricted . The main thing
Every A Welcome _
Guest Tedious tanks: Mollle Snjiler the fellows miss Is feminine my: bund and official a poster on' the wall truth In It. A U. S. GovernmeS
.1,1"11""Im'"II""IIII"III"'I"n""lIIml"'I""III""III'nl'tIII I ' ' ",,"IIII""I''IIIII''' ' ,"IIIIII"r.I""lIItlllI"II"IIIIIIIIIII"1I1I1II1IIIIIIIlIlIIl, : com seal at Starke, Florida, thin May
lIImllllllll1l laboriously cutting out voluminous pany. No one has anything to do 24th. 1944.OFFICIAL.. of Sam Abernathy's store that survey found our soldiers vat

yards of rose satin with manicure with the native women who stink AH( .ferk! of, saRi SKAT.Court.A. J. Thomas doesn't say much. It Just shows the soberest, the best behaved!

: FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE ncisoors---designing a and am very ugly and wear no T. Frank Lnmlrmii, :Stark; .*, Flor a cross, with a Yankee helmet in history-with most of the

hostess gown In anticipation of brassieres (or anything else above ida, Ally for Plf., 0-28-41-6-16 on It-and the caption: "Light drinking nothing stronger tha

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR a Tuesday evening attack of"Ileadache" the waist' ). We drive on the wrong words are 'grave' words." a moderate glass of beer.

. Quite a pastoral side of the road here, In the English .
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION scene In Florence Brown's front manner:, and I can finally- .GaSTROUr It Isn't hard to figure out what From where I sit,that kind

PLEASE PHONE 147 yard tother afternoon . Seems buy things with this poundn-shll- SE.LHiAL; . that sign means. Loose talk has "loose talk" can do just as mill<

she was cleaning house and had Ifngs-pence stuffy without getting k L frea1.t ndvertlier of ronn- dug a lot of graves...and done to undermine morale as III

put all the rugs out to sun. . gypped: . I never dreamed I try property H.. made over a lot of harm here at home, too. rumor that the Axis! could l It
n.OOO: .
, ,, UNION BUS STATIONLACY The neighborhood kids were would be the recipient of an all- ........nn. I norm* Or Home front .all-Farm.-over. the And still ;you hear it. vent. And it's up to every one4ns

stretched" out In luxury, each with expense" tour-.of.JJie, South Paci- World Free open ...(hur. You hear, for instance, talk to eplke that kind of saboOf!

CONWAY Agent private electric fan to keep fic, but here I am' . E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY about our soldiers drinking and before it ..preada.carousing
cool while sun bathing. Hear
: Temple Ave. Starke Florida the Represented I around Army Camps. 1111,4
E. K. Perrymans will leave And here I amrtoo; . At !
the! Of
course, when get the /f\.a.1iJ\
F. C. you 80e
Sunday for June Week at Annapolis end of another column . So HOLLINGSWORTH I "
_, . After 116 S. Walnut St. facts there's not an atom of
seeing . S'ee
nlt'l you In the next .
; ; = become an. ensign they will go. Locally by -
I No. 88 of a Series Copyright J944. Brewing Induttry Fuate/

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I Proprietor, 315 Temple' Ave. i __ Garage J

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>I.W'" 1044
Local News I Pvt. J. B. Silcox pent several Mrs. P.
of J. Langford and IheUocum
daughter paves as
days here with home folks whfl damegem. C.rtlth'\J ,'h" I its IIqulllal mlnlMritiion' -: the State" of Flor ""Ie, i'i".Htltiii ,i.mal, I""VIII', "|I I the( transcript of the prooeedingelu.ul.A
Phyllis of ritllre lute, ,
nod ,
Frostproof % .
were > corporate compound "dI I ut and re uliitlon. l ,
ntHi IHBV will lie delivered
In theiur
Stamp Tux
being transferred > at the ., .
MUlgate and from Camp week-end guests of Mr*. W. B.Sewel i lets. of ten iH-nl per nn<- hundred TreHHiniMof the liuveruar l\iinplri, >lleiand. . fin H inure d> tailed di-"<:-rli> |" < hiii-'i r N ol laid. hundK without
; Charles Bell Haven near Miami to Camp ]. aullar. Separate linnKuhlr. the Slate; nf Flurlita, bill lit bends.The 1'1") ,t'geFor
remittances ,,,
' of St. Peters* to i I by It Ixl"lh1.. under "i"pn.\ Inir opltiloii I further Infonnntlnn,
Phyllis Lover HtltlrrHn
Van such
days recently Dorn Miss. Miss Gayle Sewell l of the Flor ..<- rm. >h *"< ti clio-k.i.ix ulnnihlciimpAiiy The 8"ftlon III of Article IX of th t1'onntltntlon I .. I'alii-rnon. Atti>riu, <\'. l n MiiHrt 1IJ1M| Attorney for the
,'n .evernl of the kittle of e'lorIda \llle, , ..C"I"I
Klorld.1 .
ida two per rent rood fiith (It it the .fr. Stale Huard \ilnilnKirutlun' Tnl-
end Mrs W. G. Hall. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez was In State College for Women unBucreHBfiil) iil>ldi-ri., 'h"'kRflf and iiiirKimnt" ti> the flppliraitlestatutes > .t?-h liniiil" ,ill'illrt, lohlF9urldn., . .
will< |10.
Montreat, N. Tallahassee, and Miss re. of the State' of FInr1.I11; |I blmlliiK. i hlllCtll't' ,\ .I i' ,
Carl C. Stroman C. Monday attending Nina Bishop turned to the bidders 1 M registered nod :M Lea?: "in ptrnllvi.
:Mrs. a rexoliillc.ii duly adopted bvHHld 1 Slat. n.nd) .if .
\dt l' .r ..
ind mull at the HddreaH 'inl.l' .1 I \ i lurj in- < \" 'iriHid nf
commencement at Montreat College of Weslyan College, Macon, MHIHI In the Hoard and will lie validated I '. \ .... ., ,
Miriam, returned bldM. proceeds' .if the I twi IIIK 'i 1 .1 il > 'hall"' .III'"I..all.' ii M the Stet. of
t'dt,' ightei m Tallahassee after Her granddaughter, Mlas Ga., arrived home this week to per I'ent. gout i faith < In'oka. of BUI'ceitvfiil I by---judlflHl- d..r..E' Uvfrrenre to.. IIIIIIM\ id I tin) iMtlMl 1r' iii III i at \s 4 t1
home Fay spend the summer MdtlrrH will hi- .applb. Yarbrough vacation with
was memberof
W. a
Mrs S.
with the
'I"rt} imvinrni of the tuiehu.e .
Mrs. S. S. Dowling. the high school graduating; their parents. of aJd bonds: which will t>* iPellyrred "; tt i

ichii'-d BoLl,'' Thede, who has class. Mrs. Hyman Carleton left Monday JnckMonxllle at Florl, Klorltln. National, on or Hank.>b.'- f I

leave here and In Mrs. U. M. Lee and for New York City where for 1O 00 oVIoi-K, A. M.. Jl.'LT 1, 1
15-iiay son
Bobby .
she will remain for 1144. KttVflope: "iilalnhiK Miliniit
an Indefinite
will return Sunday to left Saturday for San Francisco hate. i>m!1.> thereon 'B'il' I I
stay with her husband. fir Iliindw or word* of >iiulvitl( >nt 9 III 1 I '
jordon Johnston. He will where they will Join the fOI'mer'shW'band :Mrs. William import. > < r q qy i iI
Glover i
panled, by His wife end Capt. Lee, who Is statIoned and children Sold" b ,nidrwill, .1' issued" and iI
,n Richard, Jr. at Ford Orel. They have Havana.are Fla.spending .several I days in -",,101] 1 1./ (he State, honed .>' Ad- I
Balnbridge. Ga
Mai! Sternberg la visiting been guests of Mr. and Mrs. E with relatives. ? i

,nd Mrs. S. Sternberg; in J. Dowling for the past several: fl's'Inona
H. Moore visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

J or I. .. r .. .. '. Marks Ritch recently and while I

there went on a fishing trip to 'tj

HE AMERICAN ERA IN FINE PERFUME Sampson. They had a goo.... eaten .
of 43 fish and fried them by (the

lake. Those enjoying the out- \

Ing were Mrs MOorp, the Rltrh
family and the Prescott familyall 7

of Starke. r

iAIfJO Jtrji. W. L. Andrews and Mrs ,
F. S. M
attended<<1 the

Woodman Circle Disiilct Convention j

at Rainbow Springs
Tuesday. of last week They also I I II

spent a few days with Mrs e
VnSIIIll >j 1 f / /
71C Ocala Andrews' sister Mrs.. Ad<.llllon. in

Miss! Gasselt is spendIng 'Ski
fOR SHC Elf .f NtH AN r MEN r a few weeksvlth relative! \v6a/ 1

in Ozark, Ala. I
Mrs. Victor Thomas recently

$ 50 moved to Jacksonville and Is I + f..

now residing at 1648 Osceola. !

THE OUNCE Friends of Carr Colley son of : }"
"r Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Colley of t '
ONE size ONLYeemingfy I I J JI
Starke, will' be Interested. to SEARCtl f
; know that he Is now making hit ... :;; t

home In Tampa where he in assistant Year Cupboards, Closets Attics !

manager of the Tampa and other Hiding Places-aid I
Hotel. '?
a .:.1\.41010: 4
.I'\'r.: tin ueu OP .tlMIIMS'lH \- .

'1'10" 4PI.OII1III) Those idle electric i

\'OIlU l lTl "111110:- ," 1
FlIMU '10""", MKItIKH: IIMIMOTH'i appliancesare ,
That the Slate, Hoard of .Admlnl- wartime .
Htrailoii of the State of b'lortda will I \
receive sealed. 1 bide In I the office of :. slackers. If theyare
I the Comptroller of the "State ofFlorida
artless . 'Incredibly suave . on Inspired TtillahaNMpe' its Sciretary Klorlda,of up sold ti lluaid> the, not in working order, Safe driving Is always important. : And 1

paradox in its night from the obvious. Created by lelgh it hour of 10:00: o'clock A. M., on your repair dealer will today, in wartime, it's more important than !I 'Z
AIAY :at). I'HI! for the purchase. tf
resents the epitome of perfume quality at an American price. IJj.oOO( uf Hnulford. County StiA It.- take care of them. If you ' ever before to avoid car accident. . The first 4
fiMHlinK1 Bunts, :SrrleH 1944 Hald
bunch In denomination.. to be iHtmed of I In coupon fl.uuu .form each don't need them, someone principle of safe driving Is to keep your brakes

to lie dated Jl'I.V 1. 1944. to near else can use at Have them
highest operating efficiency.
LEIGH Interest exprenned, In multiple of
ontt-fotiith. or one-tenth of one Electric serviced now-fluid checked-brake
a linings
p p
per rent lit the lowest' rate obtainable Ihem.
....IC.N ...u..... ... ISA .. when gold at par or at three I
0''...... N. ."".., ,.. per cent, per annum" when cold to ances are r checked -the entire operating mechanism
the bidder who will pay the highest
price therefor, the Hoard reserving to give I carefully adjusted by Chevrolet experts. . .
We invite you 'to come in and 'fry the LEIGH/ Perfume the exoltiMlve and unqualified r
right to determine who In the economical and efficient I Come in for brake service-complete car and I ,
bent l bidder and to rejeet any or
all bids, all Interest payable semiannually help in your home . truck service-today I

. . and of on July the first of earl day. year of January said, but they can't do their ,: i
I/2 bund* to he numbered from 1 to I
-anovci ; ictrmacii 23, both Inclusive. ( anti to mature work stored away on Expert dependable mechanics-modern tools .

July prior 1.redemption 1U4Bwithout both right princlpnl of closet shelves. j and equipment authorized parts. . these NEW CHEVROLET Chevrolet Is producing a limited I'j

.unit Interest pnvnbla at FloridaXatloitft are but a few of many reasons why "more number of new trucks for essential'
;. 1 Dank, Jacksonville KlorIdii. They can help you do a people go to Chevrolet dealers for service TRUCKS FOR civilian: user. See your Chevroletthan
The payment of Maid Imndti' ISSiNTIAI USERS dealer' fur complete Information.'
and the Interest thereon will beHerureil better job if themto to any other dealer organization.'
liv .a pledsre c.f. the full you put
faith, credit and. taxing" power of work
said. Rrad Cord County, Florida. and now.
an additional pledge .of said eotin-
ty'H dlMtributtve share of a tax of
NAT SEZ: two cent per .Kall'. on j nle... of I 5
ira"ollne or other like product* of :
petroleum art-mine under Section I "FIRST IN SERVICE V
Us folks In Biudfortl
( County 16 of Artlcln IX: or the Constitution ttoiu,i Fonmf* UCBT COM.4enBOB'T :
j! Y of the Stnt of Florida, by thterm
e,": t< feel mighty bad about thin.. election of which the Ptrlxlatur. ; :: < of ..... I
the State of Florida In required to ,
but while there's life there's continue the levy of raid tux for
a period of fifty yearn from, Janu- WASTE 1
hope and I'm willing to bet that arv 1. 1M1.! and lit prohibited from Torode Chevrolet Co.
withdrawing the proceed thereoffrom JUST BECAUSE IT'S STILL CHEAP!
you ain't heard the last of Lex the operation or said con-
Htltntlonal provision during Bald I

yet. Something tells! me he'll becoming period.The honiN will tm awarded to j I tears-s --'-----. --s: STARKE, FLORIDA

the bidder whose bid produced the _.. ._ .
back and It won't be long: iowevt Interest rout after deduct- - -- -- -

log the premium offered. If any. I
Interest. on the premium.' If soy
will not b.. considered. an deductible
In determining the net Interest .
determining/ the net Interest mn Have a Coca-Cola = As were
Interest. will be computed to the you
JUST ARRIVEDA maturity dote from the first day
of .Tulv, 1944.
Knch hid mu-t he accompanied .. ..rastVrh 1 I I
to the State Board of Admlnlxtrn-
I flout, In a Hum equal. to two per ll'111' tI11Md t 1 IIat
rent of the par value of bond* ""Ifor
Overalls an nn evidence of frond faith'

fail and If promptly the nurceHKful to comply bidder shall with + $ !III!il IIII'I llll

herk I the term will of bn MM forfeited hid the to a 1t I Itlll lljtf I i 1 I 1'IIii';

Boys' Khaki Pants HEAR ;' ''I jlllllli I I 4'III

/ N 1j Y r ( Y 1
Boys' Sport Shirts II1"Ill

) S 1s' .

Boys' Shoes +t a '

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I REV. L. J. OLIVERIn . a way to relax on a battleshipWherever : .

: 79c 81 $1.00STORE :_: I r _

Great Soul-Winning a U. S. battleship may be, the American way of life goes along. . I ,-
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Revival in sports humor, customs and refreshment. So, naturally, Coca-Cola is there, ,_/

HOURS : 9:30-6:30: WEEK DAYS too, met with frequently. Have a "Cote" is a phrase as common aboard a
UNTIL 9 P. M. ON SATURDAY battle-wagon as it is ashore. It's a signal that spells out W.',. pals From

CLOSE WEDNESDAY AT 12:30Sternbers's Each Night 6 P. SI. Atlanta co the Seven Seas, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom of the pant

I Sunday 3 P. M. that "dresMl-has become a symbol of happy comradeship in many lands. i'
natural lot
It's popular name

Back of lo acquire friendly abbrcvwI -
Union Bus Station I .. Tl ac', why you hear

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I Coia-Cob called "Coke". v

Come! Come! Come!

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nUD.U', M

-- Bred Luiler. Lltten whose residence iffivurn.Witness.

riHciiT roi-HT, lift tpFORnCOItNTY I Is Woodland Pennsylvania.You my hand
KI.OHID IX" ViI4l'ERY. %- are required to appear on seal at 8tarke. Ic ?,"'0 a,,
June litth, 1044. In the abovenllm..d 16th 1944. hit
FIND and cause' whereinplaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL, *
Raymond A Id rich. Plaintiff vas. T..I1- WHAT TO seeks. divorce. Bradford i As Clerk of said ). x TV,
lian Marie Aldrich Defendant. Cane
County Telegraph shall publishthin : T. Frank Landrui ',
No. 3104
Order In next four weekly Ma A tty. for Plfciiiriir ),
onnnn OF'" prnLK-ATiov Issues.Wltnuss, .
official '
I' 8TATH OK FLORIDA Lillian my hand and Iv" - Ij
Aldrlrh, whose residence to: IK -- enl at Starke' Florida, thin. May ('01'" C'OI It'r n /
Marl i'y. It\hl'ttl ,
Parma, Michigan. SAVE TIME CONSULT 16th. l':11. \
neat ..t fitarke. Florida, this May --- ( SEAL) A.J.; Thomas Irene t'\\ }4
Ton are herby required to appearon 8th. 1944. Clerk of said' Court Pusey John! "
June 12, In the above AH K. lohnf,, ,
named Court 1944 and ( wherein A. .T. THOMAS, T Frank La ml rum, Ktarke, Florida FlverettNo.. 3125 ? dlt
cause A Clerk of said Court. for Plf.
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford INFORMATION OF CAMP 5-19-U-6-9 ORDER OF Pt'H
eouhty Telegraph shall publish thin (OFFICIAL SEAL) AND NOTI) T', rI0'
Order In next four weekly Issuer 1K.. Perrvirmn !Stark! Florida AND RECREATIONAL CENTER STATE' 0101 11'1.01111 11ett
Witness rny hand and official Attorney for Plaintiff. a12ft.G1a icmci" IT t'OI'II'r, miDFOIIi .E. Johnson w hoe:( !
IOI\T1, 1"1.01111" l\" tll\N- 1M H. Holtombe: 1:1'I:' Idrq,
('.:ii Y. Alabama. qo4
AMUSEMENTSStarke I"a..elo.: 3121. You are required. / '
June 10th 1944 In the above Karl H. Dlckson Plaintiff, vs. ;June 19th', 1944 f *t
Juvenile ProblemIs AmusementsThe named Court and cause, wherein MyrJle! DIckRnn, Defendant named Court and +t.
PHOTOGRAPHS plaintiff seeks divorce, Biadforc ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND : plaintiff seeks divot" p.btr..
TreatedIn Milk Bottle County Telegraph hall publish NOTICE TO APPEAR ,('"'IntY Telegraph ,
this Order In next four weeklytsaues STATE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle thin Order In 'II. )lot
Bowl-.1-Bar l whose residence Is 107 H.rireen 1" ,,. nex! > I I
Film At ParkThe Ptckson """ *'",
Witness my hand and officialseal St., Winston Salem North Witness
my hnnd ,,
C. Smith GardnerEstablished Starke, Floilda, this Slay .u'
g FOODCamp at Carolina. seal at Starke' F9ni'' 'V""!
country's serious problem ItH ih. 1944.OFFICIAL! You are required to appear on 16th. 1944OFFICIAL. hlnl 1
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas June 19th 1944. In the above ( ,
1900- of child delinquency Is presented Diner Clerk of said Cou.t.T. ), A i i
AK named Court and cause, wherein As Clerk of xald i Th,
In startling: fashion In "Wher Come And Get ItMaude's Frank Landrum, starke. Florida nlalntlff xeekji divorce. Bradford T. Frank Landrmi ,
of New York and !Miami Are Your Children?" the explo- Ally for J'It. IJB19U6 County Telegraph shall publish Ida Atty. for Plf < n. R
thin. Order In next<< four weekly
give drama which a three I __
Park Cafe ('lnt'II'r ('(ii h I'r, 1111 MIKOIIIIKM ) ..--.-
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 day engagement at the Park Theatre VII. Kl.Oltllltl J." (,'II">.

Six 3x1 $3 Twelve 3x4 $5 Sunday. It la one of the< Sweet Shop i KIIV.Kmlllo .
Mario Oambaro, Plaintiff CHEER UPII! !
season's most effective explora Snack Bar VM. Silvia Adellna IJeLucu Jam-

STUDIO IN KLANDING CENTER tlons of the eubjject In the present barn Defendant.

BUS STATION, STAR KB, FLA. emergency. GIFTSGislain's Case No. : 3118.Olt1)Elt OF. PUBLICATION Perhaps We can Save That .

Jackie Cooper Is seen In the< STATE! OF FLORIDA to: fllvlaAdellna OLD

starring role and the unusually DeLuctt Unniljaro whose 1
I Wonder Gift Shop residence Is Via Flllppo Caauiil. 4
supporting cast
capable 0-10 ienova, Italy. PAIR OF SHOES
many popular screen players !it! Bradford Photo'ShopMILITARY You ate required to appear on .
17th, 1944 In the above 'Q.f
JUST for Gale Storm Patricia Moiison June named Court und. IHIIHI-, wheielnplalnilff Expert Shoe Repairing & Re-Building
John LJtel Gertrude Michael seeks divorce Bradford
Addison! Richard County Telegraph shall publish
Evelyn Eaton SUPPLIED this Order !In next four weeklyiHSIieM.
FUNVISIT and Betty Blythe.As .. THE ELECTRIC SHOPAcross
Witness. my hand and official
the story opens Gale left Gislain's seal at Starke Florida, this May' from Park Theatre

entirely to her own devices, Is 16th. 1944.
P. S. Stores (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
c; working in a lunch room while Shafkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY AH Clerk of said Court.

living with her brother and thlatter'a Walter C. llardesty Daytona
; for Plf. "]
trench Floilda Atty. JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'sEAT
STARKE wife who have migrated 5-1U-41-0-9
to California to work In the ship

yards. Jackie son of the wealthy; Bradford Photo ShopC. i\ fiiiciir 1'H'H'r, IIII\I>KOIIU

AmusementsTEMPLE Betty Blythe takes the lonely Smith GardnerTHEATRES (1KII1.'01"\'.''', KI.OHIIJ\I i\ l'II-\-: H-E-R-E x

girl to a night club and thus be- Jose Domingo KxplnoHa-Ixipcz,

gins a series of events which bring Plaintiff KNplnuia-Lopez, vas Juana, Defendant Morice Loicnxo onUJ IF YOU LIKE HOME: COOKING

her under the attention of MIss Case No. 3H9.OHI -9 U UI
officer. Florida >Elt OF PlinnCATlONAM : ft
AVENUEOne Morrison police probation Park : MITICK TO APPKAR .
After Jackie goes away to join STATE OF FLORIDA to: Juana I
Block the Navy Gale Innocently becomes Ritz Borice Lorento KHplnona-Lopez,
whose post office address, Secre- - DOGSSANDWICHES
From USO-NCCS Involved In a murder case, tarlo Artlle Number 8, Las Palmas to
and from this point the story l Is TAVERNSBlanding Puerto de La Los Canary b.
dramatic Bar.laude's land., Spain x
of Center
an absorbing succession You ale required to appear on
Incidents. Later sequencespoint Place June 17th 1944 In the above ::: OUR SPECIALTY
named Court and cause, wherein a xw
GAMES AND RIDESFOR toward the solution of a I plaintiff tieekM dlvo'...... Bradford Call St. Next Door To Western UnionJERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY

question which l la becoming increasingly seriously ill. County Telegraph shall puhllshthis .
Order In next tour weeklyIssuert.
serious and constitutesan Gordon Weest, U. S. Navy and .
YOUNG and OLDHUNGRY. ominous threat to future gen- Witness my hand and official 'S S
family of Miami anlved Friday seal at Starke, "Florida this May
erations. of last week for a visit with his! 10th 1944.tOlo'Jo"ICIAL.
REAL.) A. J. Thomas .
T. F. .
and Mrs.
parents, Mr. As Clerk of said Court. --------------------
Hampton Happenings Brown. 'Walter C. llardesty Daytona

Ily Barbara florae Mr. and Mrs. Bob Touchton left Reach Flotilla Atty. for 5-19-41-0-0 Plf. SPRINGSUCCESSORY" M '

Monday for a short stay at I.
Mrs. Corbet Smith Is visitingher iv" inriir roi'NT. nit tnyoun
3elle. ('0I \'1"\', KI.OHIUVl IN IIIAN-: "
Mr. and Mrs. John
parents. Miss Jeaneane Cooke of Green I'KIIV.Frank .
H. Parker. Her husband Pvt. Featherxtone, Plaintiff va.
Cove Springs visited relatives Alice Featherplone, UefenOant. Case
Smith is now overseas.
here last weekend.B. No. 30M4.
Mrs. Mae Sweeney and daugh- ORDER OF PtTRLirATlON:
Iva ters, Norma and Joan visited OF FLORIDA to: Alice
visit with relatives in Everglades -
Mrs. Marian Gnann and family lo1t', whose residence IN:
remained for ; and to attend the graduation Ijlbcrty Sullivan County State of,
The girls
Friday. of his granddaughter, New York.
required to appear on
a few day You are
MIlls Ernestine Morris. JUliO 5th 1944 In the above named .'UOl'TIU

Earl Van Alstlne has returnedto Leo Wiggins U. S. Navy, of r-ekH Court and divorce.CHUMP, Bradford wherein plaintiff County BEADS .1 A 1I t 111 A S

Williston, MIch. after a few racksonvllle, visited his family Teleicruph shall publlxh this Order(
weeks' stay here with II Is parents.We here during the week-end. In next! tour my weekly hand iHHuen.WftneHH and official

are glad to report that Mrs. Martha Horne and Nor m a seal at Starke. .Florida thin May
F"Z2 NTUts1;
Sweeney spent Wednesday with 3 I, 1944 PURSES ,
Alstlne l is improving after being ((OFFICIAL. .SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Ruth Sibley and Grace Dickerson ,\n Clerk of said Court
at Theressa. Robert H Duncan Jackonvllle.Florida X CROSS RIFLE LOCKETS
? Atty. for Plf. 5-12-4t-6-2
('I.nY.Franklin: : In hereby i4ven that the

:-: at the :-: Hill.Hill.Defendant Plaintiff vs. Marynniae of undersigned Chapter; ,20163 under Laws the provisions of FIorD CHI L DR E N S' G-I-F-T-S

'lee No. 9124. da. Acts of 1941, will register with
he Clerk
NOTICE TO APPEAR and for Bradford County Florida, II.':lill .M\I>K-IIRICO BOTTOM

SNACK BARWE ioulse STATE. Hill OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Mary la he flctlctloiiii name engaged of GI'laln'B and done , :MEXICAN DOLLSOF
: inder which I am
ink nown. business at 153 W. Call St., CHAIRS
You are required to appear on itarke. Bradford County, Florida.1_ ;: KtfiitY cotNrnv:
Said busi ness I* owned oy"c.

FEATURE r.Florida.J. Berg, General Delivery Starke, !9HEI.1..5 GOLD JFO'ELRY TOTS !STRAW PIII'FS

4 Dated thin 12th day of :May 1044 *
-- Toys' for Flor
Bradford County.
at Starke
SANDWICHES FRESH ROLLS ida. 5-12-4t-6-2-

ICE COLD DRINKS iv nitfriT fO1'RT- iinitroRi
" COI'V'1'Y, FI.OHIU IX C'l1.tN-

FRESH FRUIT JUICES Our Breakfasts NEW! l'FnY.Norman. Earl Brawdv, Plaintiff

+ Victoria Brawdy, Defendant. TO KOCH'S DRUG STORE-STARKE
somethingto VII.
Rye and Pumpernickle Bread are BRAIDED .. Cano No. S1 10. ,-----,--------------
HOME MADE SOUP Also AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -----------------.-


'f PURSESBUjXRv Charleston !Smith! Carolina.You .
Mid-Evening served from are required to appear on
June 12, 1944 In the above named
; Some of Our Lunch'1r 9a.m.to9p.m.Featuring Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
4 seeks divorce. Bradford County
rhDps come Homemade Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
i, Fresh-Made Salad four weekly issues.
J next
Cake or a Cup of
the best of Witness my hand and official 1 4
Coffee with a Delicious Meat at Starke, Florida this May

a and SOUR CREAM Sandwich STEAKS & CHOPS 10th. 1944.OFFICIAL.
( SEAT) A. J. Thomas
FOR A* Clerk or said Court.T. .
rOTSI ,, Frank Landriim. Starke Florida

CAMPDINER : Attorney for Plaintiff- 6-12-41-6-2 'SEE THIS SMASHING DRAMAOF

The SNACK BARD All OTI1'1 person TO having r'RFDITORS claims or

demands against the estate of EVA
Of R. Lord Deceased are hereby notified -
, alI Gaily and required to file their
; 4 BLDG., STARKE Painted claims In the office of the County A GENERATIONON
I Corner Call and Cherry Wood Judge of Bradford rounty, Flor-
ida. In the Courthouse at marks
: ? Florida within eight (8) calendar
rl ,( I months from the date of the first
i publication of this notice, or the
same will become void according THE LOOSE!
to law. This 10th day of May 1944.
W. R. 8EWKLL AS Kxerutor' of
lt't tar the Last Will and Testament of
a Eva B. Lord Deceased. r I
A, Just ReceivedTWISTED .- 5-19-4t-'-9nr

: lltr1'1T COURT, IIn'DFOltl WHERE
.- - (,01' TY FLORIDA IX" CIIAN-:

NATIVK REED Clifton fRRY. T. Holder Plaintiff: Vs. I

Alberta Dance holder, Defendant.
TRAYS Case No. 3122. ARE YOUR. e.
SHAFKIN'STHE wltY Florlda Rl.ek STATE OF FI.oRIDA to: Alberta -
naeYinoedi ee s Dance Holder, whose residence '
t'elvet 7 In (36 York Ht, CHILDREN
You are required to appear on
Tone 19th, 1944. In the above
named Court and cause, wherein ,
}: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
; STORE County Telegraph, shall publish I
, thin Order In next four weekly
At The "New Witness my hand and official
19th l 1144.OFFICIAL. 1
(/ SEAU) A. J. Thomas. |
Aa Clerk of said Court. LITEL, GERTRUDE'' MICHAEL I IUI"
WONDERGift r. Frank Landriim Starke, Florida II
Atty. for Plf. I
5-19-41-6-9 .,nu.WUmuud6u' "iawnuwauu44ua

Shop .Iv riHrriT OI'RT. lift IDFORDCOi'VTY
(Eli Y. I I

Jewelry Gifts Uniforms MRS\ BESSIE DAVIS, : Luiler Lltten Lltten.Plaintiff Defendant.'vs. Mildred . 30

t' Owner Cu.;: No. 3113ORDER OF PtTBUCATTON SUN., MON., TUES.-MAY 28, 29, j I

I, 6 STATE OF FLORIDA 10: Mil- ,.

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.Chili : :

Sullivans" their scrappy childhood and U\ell'l: GRAHAM i LAWTEY I WOOJJl AWN \ : .Hot Dogs.Hamburgers ),

'+ e emergence Into clean-cut man- By Mrt. Eva StricklandMrs. By EVELYN: : \V.\KUK.V I By :Mrs. :Merle IUfu..e I I
Drama hood; fighting laughing and romancing -
Juman;, Florrie McKinney and son XtW 1CKI-ATSTIX I There will be services at Wood. i
Florida Theatre of Gaingvllle spent Friday wither Mr. and Mra. James S. Austinof lawn Baptist Church each Sun-
i "Knickerbocker Hol'tlay! I mother Mrs. Annie E. Wart Lawtey announce the mairtag- I day morning at 11 o'clock: Sun .Coffee"COME
ihea ,t-waimlng human story A large and Immensely popu- I Cpl. James T. AH man of Camp of their daughter Estelle Bertieto day School at 10:30: ; Services( .
family of the year comes lar cast headed by Nelson Eddy Stewart. Ga.. was the week-en 1st Lt. Joseph Marion Nowicki II every Sunday evening' at 8:30.Everybody : .
screen In "The Sullivan's". Charles Coburn and Constance -Quest; of Mr. and Mrs. E. Strlch I Ii of Baltimore. Md. The wedding come to church. AND GET IT" f
i will occupy the screen at Dowling bring to' life "Knlcker- i land. was an event of April 8 In the I O. R. Pievntt of Jacksonville I i
orlda Theatre Saturdayht bocker Holiday" which will b-j I I Mrs. Lizzie Dryden of Stark Post Chapel of Camp Dlandlng. In" visiting his mother Mrs. Senle J. \V. Criffis. Prop Next to NCCS-USO
Sunday and Monday seen at the Florida next Tues I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn Lt. and Mis. Nowlckl are residing Prevail' this week. ;.---.-.- -..--------.-.- -.-.--
and Thomas Mlt- day, Wednesday and Thursday. H. L. Starling. at Penney Farms. Rev. O. J. Raulerson' and wife
Baxter I I
e featured cast and Perhaps the foremost singer In Mrs. Lillie Stone of Plant CIty of Jacksonville spent Sunday at .. .
I ".
heaJ the Mrs. O. J. Phillips and children i I' .-' .. ,:. :.: .
were selected Hollywood today Nelson Eddy Is visiting her sister Mrs. Hili; the home of Mr and Mrs. Lonnie . . ' !
wn I I are In Macon, Ga., upending
(ray the five famous Sulll- plays the leading role In the kind ard Broughton. awhile with Mrs. Phillip's dau-I Pages.
Waterloo lowa.whosj Mrs. Bowman and son anll The Rev. O. J. Huuleroon will THEPARKCAFE
of Roy .
fcys of part which has kept him a ghter, Mrs. Betty RE'I.lcI.MI's. .
Aon to their country-and I Mrs, Drew Walker of McClenn, preach at the Lawtey Baptist
heart of perennial favorite He appears as J. B. McDonald and daughter at 11
ether( stirred the spent Sunday with their mother, I Church, Sunday morning
I I Grace, were shopping In
lion Brom Broeck devil-may-care Mrs. Hlllard Broughton. o'clock.Mr. .
Sullivans" Is the biography I newspaper man. Eddy gets seven Mr and Mrs. Clyde Stilcklan;: Staike, Thuunlay' I and Mrs. Lewis Rafuse an.i 'i
e typicallY American klds- I chances to raise his famous bar!- and daughter left Sunday f"r. \ Pvt. and Mrs.' L II Harper of!I little daughter were visiting RevO.
Camp Van Dorn Miss, Georgia are visiting Mis. Har J and Mis. Raiilerson of Jack
Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis anel per'a parent" Mi. and Mrs. Cnl: sonvllle last Friday. 120 S. Walnut
children' of the State Farm pent Prevatt.A \ : t
In the' mall last week
a few days recently with Mr. and I RISING i
from Bob (Bobby) Plummer. i
MM J. B. Davis. I "Eat the Best
and now of .. at
Rev. W. C. Burton returns formerly Lawtey By ;\1... Eddie Norman
I Miami, says that he expects to Norman
Monday from Damascus Ga And :Mrs James
MIDNIGHT SATURDAY filled his regular ap-' leave for active duty In the Navy 1
Norman Jacksonville\ And the
following graduation from Miami i Robert of forget Rest"Y
pointment.tone I Edison' High School. We wish you spent the weekend with his
{SUNDAY, Norman. )
la lusty song. much success, Bob mother, Mm. Maggie
wlta. '\.maoo w .ws.xir'A 3 A Starring along; with Eddy are Mr. and Mrs Johnny Dye of I Mrs. James Norman had aa herguests I
Charles Coburn and Constant Miami were visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. Friday her parents Mr, Looking for a Good Time?
Dowling. Coburn who needs no< M. Blanchard. parents of Mrs and Mrs, M. J. Snpp and sister
further Introduction, appears I Ia in Dye Thursday of List week. 'I Judy Mrs. II, A. Welch of Lako! Come toMaude's
role which suits his peculiar Evelyne I Butler and Mrs.' C. I 13;: Hines and
Mills Irene Pievatt
THE PICTURE THAT talents perfectly. He plays Irascible Warren and 'J. T Prevail were I Ions. Double and Stanny of Mi
humorous Peter Stuyvesant, business! visitors In Starke Friday ami. PlaceAcross l''
BE MEAT! first governor of New York- :Mr. and Mis. James Normaa
ITO (then New Amsterdam.) Edwards of I and son, Jlmmle, and Mis. J. E.
Mr Bllly \
Mr. and
The girl In the case lc Constance v Norman attended graduation exercises from NCCS-USO
wer' week-end guests' i
To live to the flu Dowling a newcomer I to, Jacksonville In Galnsvllle Monday
up ,
of Mr. Kdward parent. Mr andMrs. ;:
filmdom, whose outstanding e Temple Avenue
heroes it honors! won her Immediate stardom. W. H, Edwards night.Third Clans Petty Officer Earl I 1 :
Miss Jewell Wilkinson leturneil Jacksonville Naval .
ii ii > "** | Metal Rim Tags, 2-liole Pei.. Sunday after' a brlpf visit with Air Proctor Station of was visiting Mr. and Beer -- Lunch :
of at:
forators and office supplies friends i In Tallahassee MU Wilkinson l. Mrs. James Norman of this sec l
kinds at Bradford County Tel Is the daughter of Mr and tlon tills week. ,.
SULLIVANSues. graph. Mrs. Walter Wilkinson. Jessie Thomas of Brooker wall Good Fellowship
Earnest (Bubba) Wells lefl visiting{; Reed Lewis Sunday. ..
Monday for West Palm Beacl- :,

where he will upend sometime, \ GET ".'-..-..-.-..--.---..--.--- '
with his sister Mr M. E. Bales YOU CAN :

| ., Wed., Thurs.-May 30, June 1, 2 Rev and Mrs. 13 J Prevatt nn<...! REAL RELIEF 1 I
America and MrM. Prevatt'brother
Producers Corporation d presents grandchildren I
CHARLES R. L.. Milphui all of farm ACID 9f 9i 9t I
Jacksonville were dinner guest
day. Rev. Prevatt Is the pastor II
It of the Lawtey Baptist Church. I
zuei6oc&:: # Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Is spending/( 4. i I'
several days with her parents f
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Taylor. '

Sgt. Horace J.' Cox, Jr., when;
Refrigeration Service wife, Mrs. Mildred Cox, resides' al
Lawtey, Is now serving with the Carpenter's Drug Store J J
Ninth Air Force Troop Carrier
THE fLESHEST WINKLER'SELECTRIC Command in England. They fly'

MUSICAL SERVICE the C-47 "Skytrnln"hlch, without We HaveEVERYTHING
armament or protective
EVER FILMED 226 Temple Ave. I armor Is drmlned| to A
airborne Infantry and BradfordPhoto
I .. .. move s
. --- -- ,
- to
------- paratroops
------------ i' within enemy territory.TJEIlESSt

WORTH WAITING FOR. . By :MUw ids Hugnn you'll want for a 'I

and ing Mr Mr.children, and and Mrs.,of Mrs Ocala Arthur A. L.were Sullivan Mllliran visit, Shop ! BIG EVENING !

Sundry STARKE, FLA. '
Mr. and Mrs. Hance Moorer I
and Mrs Lottie McGlllery hav Next to Western Union IIiJTJIJIJI7itI31) !
returned to their home In Miami t
after spending.., week with Mr
and Mrs. R.' S. Slbley. DevelopingPrinting
i --- at ---
I Mr. and ,Mia. A. H. Kelsey
were visiting in Starke Tuesday! I
Normalee Joidon of Hill-
crest is visiting her grandmother, BLANDING

Open 9 to 9 Daily Mrs. S. R. Swindell this week.
William Walkerhave
Mr, and :Mr Enlarging
Except TuesdayHROUGH purchased the home of Mr.
._ __ _ __.___.--------.00 and Mrs. Bon Faulkner Mrs.
_._______. _ -" Walker's paients. Mr. and Mis' 12 Hour Service CENTER

i Glzzles, have moved on the property .
1 1m Mrs. Walker returned ta
Detroit, Mich. Friday where she EalpertI'ii0TOCRAI'ILElt
I and her husband are employed. In

_.5 defense Miss Irene work. Cochran left lat Work BARy
tl I. Thursday for Atlanta. Ga., where For Portrait u

she will spend her vocation. _
Mr. and Mrs Horace May recently s. .:-.----
soltl) their farm to John S.
I Denmark and are now making


By Re'. J. E. Ch..l'

HE BEST SOLDIERS ON EARTH Mr.Hellbronn and Mrs.Springs Floyd spent Stewartof the the newest in

week-end with Mr. Stewart's sports amusementsBASEBALLBOWLING'
Mr. and Mra. R. L. Lee.
JJ II Odel Jones has returned to the /yE\\

:" service after a few days' visit.
with hU. mother, Mrs Edna Jones'
A revival will start at Bethel l

-: And They Will Tell You next Dan Sunday Boree Everybody of Jacksonville welcome.was The Modernized

: The -P. S. ,Store Is'The In Improving:Mrs.this section C. after C Norton last a recent week.Is to steadily be Illnesi.en- ( \\ Spill-the-Milk at Baseball Game

GllBtonseems -
Cal i
To' Buy joying the hot weather SPORT :
Place I Rev. L. E. Lee was visiting last a
short while In our community ,

Sunday The Rev.afternoon.J E. doer filled his ACTION r: "The Milkbottle"I
at Oak
M STARKE regular
LARGEST Grove Sunday. I ( 1
Coleman Is expected
STORES home soon after several months : BB48Ive Located on Call Street Opposite Western Union

P. S. in service.J. v s
)t, Allen reports a new boy, Welcome
Earnest Edwin. Valuable Merchandise Awards Ladies Always
THE BUS STATION The Cloer children are Improv-
AT ing after a bad spell of measles.



Ao..t.f Ur.erlptloa
1 at Starka Florida, this May 24th : .....k. divorce. Bradford Count I 20th. 194t. J. ThornWltneKH ,-I Ares. Owner Tases .. ('0"'. or lead
ADS 11<<4.OFJo'I"IAr.. Telegraph shall publish this Order' I (OFFICIAL SEAL A. s...
CLASSIFIED I A. Clerk ot said 'ourt. of SE4! T
( 1'\.1 A I.)) A. J. ThfenaaA in next four'weekly issues. Peach N4! ot NW'y
Clerk of said Court. my hand and otr'.al,11..1'' I C. Hardect, lIaytnnll 14W"A or NT''i or 8L'; : at 6 22 ao '1'. No Pant
--_- l Knight lie Knight Iark.. Florida Heal at Starke. Florida this May Florida. Alt?. for 1'lr. &-:.264t..6.1Continued 1 1."t IDu rr M &; Vt by '
Attya. for I'lf. b-2a-/t-f-lIN BBBHMSBMBB.MHBBBBSBMBBBiBBBBHH SBBHBPSSMBaWH BBBBBBBBBH BBM H e l """S"" "-""" """ 210 rt N &; t' In 1101e"r :
WANTED Foil "8 A 1.1C-'33 Ch..vrol"t-Jam. I ( from page 3)) of Who! nf Shay' uLNtV' !
I'etiM'Hon" Ktarke.'! lip (11111'r ('01 HT. BMAUI-'OHIJ ot t'1 l. :If 6 U Claude !;
Listing on apurlnrvnt, houses or --- -- -. -. ('0, XT1', l'I.UIII"1 IV tllA.N-: I Detrrlptlo AmountTurne of G A 0'; M side ot NE'4' of fill" i

homew( for rent, lorated. within 20 W A NT"KD: -TO rilTv-I tory Tberrnom C''F9IIAlice: -. of land .He*. Twp. Rge Arr .* I loses NW!. 280 rt to: & W by
house In Starke. All or Christine Tlolt.' Plaintiff v. Com 211 ft 8 of NW Cor 7H rt Oil W' side &:
mllen of /Mtarko pun vanh Itt. 2, Box 680, Hl..rktt.Itl.
William II. Holt Defendant of HWM of NW'-l' & 778 rt on I E side
119 Kant Call Street > ('".." No. :3180.nitrlKH run 8" 2uT ft. K 711 ft, }founded IIn tI by old
OF PfnLTCATIOf N IH ft. W 794 ft to titarke & Green Cove
W. T. CLUTE Realtor KOU HAT.1s-N.w, unmixed MlHnlonary AND NOTIOI8 TO APPEAR. heg 33 4 22 4 Ben McD()u[ lialci :2.19 tll.rlull" 96 6 12 II Claude P.
strawberry plnntN, now ready, HTATB OK PLOHIUA to: William 3 A In SW Cor of SWW Com tSEJ Cof ur ot NFA, .:' 1(0'.M
--M. I'. Finch, 1 1-2 ml.' west of Smith 1.02
H. Bolt (Technical Sergeant Herlal of NWK W of Ky 31 II 23 3 Lugenl.i NWh & run W :230ft
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Ii4wtey. G-26-2tp No. 71111 23ft. Port of Kmliarkatlon, Sty of WM"' of SW!4 33 6 :22 .20 Charlotte B. Here 3.15 N to old dirt road ;
-- North Charleston, fctouth Carolina. tHK 6 22 4e I'nknown 7.20 thence I E 250 ft 1:1: 94Lt ',' \
stock beef cat ttVV 4 of KB'4; .
milk cows
cows, I--OII ItINT-lTnturnIMh..d!:
upstairsapartment You are required' to appear on 4 of SK'i! VI" of ruse 33 II U 20 J. D. Marvin 2.61 to Pt.or beg 35 6 22 '.' Unknown;
tie, stock bulls or bogs, get in 2 rooms' and porch. June 26th 1144, 'In the above namedCourt Com 210 ft a from NW Cum at tllU Cor ot NEST .:

touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., AdultM.... M,preferred.C. Hweeney Pee Hampton or writeIII. ... and cause. wherein plaintiff Cor of NRV4 of NW'i. of NW'S. ""run W 25thft
.k. divorce. Bradford County A run St 210 ft, K 420 for a pt ot" .
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Kla. 5-26-2IP Telegraph* shall I publlHh': this Order ft. N 210 ft, W 420 run W 1211 tt to

City; Telephone 481 Lake City. IFYOir, WOULD BUY Oil RE1.1.- n next four weekly Pieties ft to beg 31 6 U 2 Corley John 6.71 ditch thence NW up
Witness hand and offlrialseal
Auction market every Tuesday milk cows, stark tows, beef cattle at Ktarke my, Florida. thla May 01)0-_ .. ..... _ ...... _ - r --.... -,--- .. -,- ditch thence to E old 1U0 road tt, 1:1.
S Lake 2:39 Thursday stock bulls or hogs, net In 23rd' 1944.OFFICIAL. about 90 tt
City ; every touch with J. n. (Odom Jr., to( pt of
KICAI. A..I. Thomas
Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44 Hx! 247 Htarke., Ho 204 Lake. ( beg as 6 22. Unknown
An Clerk' of said Court.
EVERY BRANCH OF Pmt II ot Blk t. S"CUI'Itl -
---- City. Telephone. 4A1 ('Ity. Mahon A Hafer, 7(12 O rah urn. Bid*.. Home Site:: In NWy4
PKKMANKNT WAVP3 Silo! Dn your 1-6-44 Jacksonville Florida, Attyo. fnr Plf52J4t618. NW34 .5 1 II Unknown
own Permanent with CharmKurlKit. ( 1 A In NE Cor of NW4
FOR SALIC-Circulating heat
Complete equipment, IncliidInfc -
of NW44 .5 6 22 1
40 rurlwm and Hhatnpoo.Kaiiy . erburner: kerosene range; 1% ('I IK'I IT "'01 "'I'. HHAHKORI J. Com at 810.1 Cor ot NW3of Unknown
: to do, nhxnlutely harnlrsa.! other household KnottH. Innj<|utrebefore "'01'"'I'V. KI.OHIII IM: cH\,,- tlW% & run N
( 'rained by thoumindu Including Saturday noon-331V.. ('KH: V.Thoman. n6itrcinceAgency 733 1-3 it. W 694 ft
Kay McKenile. i irlaniorouN, movie can Pt. Itp.IIOAIU McCabe Plaintiff' v... KII...- 1:1 733 1-3 ft. .N 691ft
blur. Money refunded. If not at- hvth Schaefer McCabe Defendant
to beg 35 6 22 10
> AND HOOAf: In exchangefor Brady Collin
IxtledKOC1C Case No. 3120. Lots 8. 9 ot Rlk 3 Lake
DRUG BTORFJifHLIC help with housework and ORDER OP PlTfrLICATION
children. Mr. W. Churtock, Kingsley heights In
Klnarnley lAke Village HOIIBB NHNJoJ\ :\& aG' n H. n. Slims
OK FIX>'HIDA to: Elizabeth
ACCOITNTANT-rA: onFederal E 3of NW' ot NW\!
lip. Schaefer McCahe whose re"ldence l- H. C. WALL
) tuxeo: wlll..Ioul.rvh.ebo..kk..lJlnIC | & W3 4 ot I\H! of
1) In c-o Haa..1 l Tlmney, ( Duuich- .
records, net up NW', 3ft 8 U 511far!
:a.i: it 10: w % it D *3A p. . Write Harold Henson > ter), 17 Sterling Avenue White of 20 M..lol1.
biiokx. US HIJ\\"AJllJ-WIII he paid to any Fay SWa! of NVSi 2 7 22 w. It &
', 1'..1. Hlarko. 5-12..4t- XOobf Plains' Francb'Jol1:
Pen. t p''ron' urnltthlng, Information/ I You !:r..w"d: : to aon '
-------V- appear on NW! ot
Jo1x II
t that wIll In
penult my renting ahoime
> HEWMtf-for returnnt ; 22nd day of June, 1044 In the nhovenamed In NJ: ('01' 31S
3 7 U T.
or apartment consisting off N.
,1H Court and cause. wh..relnI Ballard
Hable and white Hcotch C Com at NJoJ Cot of14Wt4
at leant two bedrooms, furnlHhednr /
Heeka divorce. Flradford
taken from r."I Head Branch Htate: .'..rk. Pleaiie, of nnfiirnlHRed Sturke. ennla..t'arra, within city nt limit Offleer -I County .Telegraph shall publish Constant Service Over 50 Years OiiO tt for a Pt of .
heartbroken., thin Order In next tour weekly l is- .
return Children are Teamen. at 317 I':. Call St.. beg. thence rut W 58ft
R. II. Ortffln Keystone. llelirhtii. downstairs apt after. 5 p. m. lip, lien, to road thence H ,
Fla. 5-12-3t Witness my hand and officialneal 105 ft
I Ktarke Florida this Please Phone 146 ftt.t ; 7tr '
New shipment of office supplies at May 1)5) pt beg a 7 22 1 E. C. Bush
1 FOR LE-Mod"rn': e-rm. bUnll'll' 19th. 1944.O.'FIt'fAI. Cum at N. ('or of 8Wy
l low with hath ant elertrlclty. In at Bradford County Telegraph ( BKAt) A. J. Thomas of NWy4 & run 1:1 7lili
Completely furnlHhed. tine mile A* Clerk of said Court.V. ft fur or
office. a I.t beg.
n i>u..t of tit ark. on HeKHent Itoud \ ('. HardeHty Daytona Peach - I thence run W IIH tt to
Inquire Jerry !Moore Mtarke.. Florida, Atty. for Plf. 6-28-41-8-1 road, thence S 108 ft
5 6-19-4IP! IN C'llIfTI'I' 4'OI'n'r miM "..-olin E 314 ft N 101 ft to 4
( '%'I'''. KI.MHIIIAt 1% ('lit'N- I'll' Cllll'lir COI''I'. "UFO"D Service Careful Drivers I't of .beg 3 7:23 1 3. H. 4
J'Olt MALH.-Oray' more good condition I 4KHV.IIIarlvH: ('OI NTY. FI.OHIUAt C."I"II-: Prompt Corn at NB <(<'or ot SW"of : KIrkland

plows KOIlll. good HHdriler Ito".. CraiiHe Plaintiff v... c.FIt Y.Charles NW!. & run S 86a
; -Joe S! ;; Starling. Lien. 11..1"1 I I Charlen K 1 ("','all..., Defendant W. Beagle Plaintiff VR. rt fur a "t ot beg.
Ht..rhe. B-l! ('..".. No. 314:1.] : Marguerite H. Deugle Defendant thence run W 51t
onnl.t! oJo PI1RLICATION Case No. 3138.OItf1Ot ServicePhone to road thence jI 289
I"OIt HAM-:-1943 delux. ..Ford noo.l AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt OF PUBLICATION. Starke Taxi ft. JoJ :312 I ft. N US
condition, good tlree-MrH. It. ! I MATITF F-r,onilJA to: Charles AND NOTICR TO APPEAR ft. to pt of beg 3 a W.
STATIC OF FLORIDA to Marguerite 7 lt: E. Lawlnn
I rare 10. J. llowllntf, 20'J: N. It. Cruse whose residence In unknown : S.1' ot N1: or 10
:3 I 3Ds.
2:1: Agnes
H. Beagle, whose residence
Chrlntlan Mt.. Phone 11.1: lip N/o:'. ot N/o1\l.\ ot 8hnpaaof
You Is. 71 Mount Vernon Street Ridge NW4\ 7n: Buller
are required to .
on 101.t
t'W-\ !'I\\'
FOIL HAIjK-Modern 0-room biinttnHtarke. June 2Bth. 1944<<, In the above mimed field. Park New Jersey. 150 8 A In 'IN' Cor, or of 1'11-4 4 7 U o. Morgan
6l2tp: | Court and cause, wherein plaintiff' You are required to appear on ot NW N(01i!
June 26th 1944 In the above named being 464 3-4
sacks tllvort'H.
unfurnlshI County tt Jo]
I lie W by 6110
FOR RENT- -rOom Telegraph shall piihllHli thin Order Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ftS
aeeka divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph G A of 5 7 U 8 Marshall
III nexp four weekly UmieH.Vltneiin Day Night Jackson
ed house, available about June \ my hand and official shall. publish thin OrderIn Ellt! of SW4!
ot 5'
Green's Store.FOH next four weekly" IssueH.Vltne 8EI. II 7 U Unknown
1st. Apply seal at Starke, .Florida thin May : official! H 740 tt ot that portion
24th' 1941OFFICIAL \ H my hand and
sent I at Htarke, Florida. thin May I. .f Ny ot NMfJ! ot
HAt.lO-Nice home, ft ri>omn.lireakfaxt ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas road 21
AH 24th. 1944.OFFIIAL. 7 7 III C. 11. Hitch
room Mcreened front Clerk of said Court.T. 1:1: I ot that
porch, hath hut and cold 1 water.Modern . Frank Lundriim, Hlnrke, Florida ( SEAL A. J. Thomas AHl.! .(, of NW'", 07UO
l leKiirnHw. .. Atty. for IMf. 5-211-41-6-18 AH Clerk of mild Court.
convenience >oiil> NIT%, 1'1 of road &
Bid 8
611 Lynch
William D. Morgan "*
e aI.
3 l lots fenced. See J. A. tt
4 ot that portion ,
JackHonvllle, Florida, Atty. for Pit.126ft6IO
t lloll..y. 11 IIIIIII. )ton, I'Ma. lti> IN ('IIIC'I'I'r fOI'NT. HI \I1POII ) or Jo\j'\, or HW't ot I I
---- --- - - ------- C'ul'V" '''. 'I.OUIII' I'll' CII\N'. N"!h, W nt road 7 7 U 6' C. IIf.
i 1"Oft BALK-flood<< )'ounl.r..y' ('1911 Y.M11btrd . NVo'H! or Bitch
l\ ('UU'II'I' ('0' .. .. IIKI>KOHI> SP'i It 7 ::2 .4., l'nlcnown
t row. Gives about :Afral. per' day. Leroy Kent Plaintiff, VH. 81'4' ot H1YA, of NI'H! to
l 10
i ( 411 *'I'' FI.OHIIJAl >: CIIAMJnNeph 7 22"Slmp.on
IlentIM. 6l U0. See. O. C. lolKer Maude A. Kant Ilefandant. l'IItI'. COin at Io4\V e'or ot Not %
Htarke. It|, Cane No. 3139.ouKKit' A. Marchettl.F Plaintiff .VII. I. HW''. ot NI'H &

OF prrniCATioNANI Harriet' llolxherr Marchettl, Defendant rim N 210 rt for a lit
NOTM W TO APPEAR Cane No. 3130. ot beg. thence run to:
A. Kent whose residence Ix No. I. AND NOTICE TO APPKAIl 420 tt. 8 211) rt to pt
Sectitnd Avenue. Mldevale, Delaware, STATE OF FLORIDA to! Harriet of ....If 10 7 22 2 n. k. lee
Age 16 to 35 I*. (I. New Caxtle: Delaware. llolaherr Marchettl. whose pout office All N' of NW,+ ot
You are required' to appear on addrewH Is 8620 Fort Hamilton Nl0)11 W ot road 15 7 23 11 3. H. Green /
A To be trained as June 26th. 1944.<< In the above named Parkway, Brooklyn 9, New York 1 I..t 1011 tt sq III NW
Court and CRUMB wherein Cur ot I
plaintiff You are required to appear on Sl4! of 81514
Meek. divorce. Bradford County June 17th. 1944. In the above named or 81551 I 19 7 22 Unknown
J Telephone Operators Telegraph shall publish thin Order Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Alk 1 IS 7 za Gertrude Slade
In next four weekly lMuea.. M 12 A ot NI!{, of NWH

Witness my hand and official' or 8w!, JO 7 13 II M.. C. Hess
At Camp Rlanding Meal at Starke, Florida thin May I Will Be Back Home N :3 I A ot that portion
24th. I9H.OFFIl'IAL. ot N14 ot NW\o\ of
And Starke ( SIS A I.) A. J. Thomas June 1 and Want Your Shoe NWhV of road U 20 'las: Unknown
r AK Clerk of said' Court. 1 A nn N side ot 8154
I William D. Morgan Jucknonvllle, Repair Work. ot NW\4\ E of & ad.. .

Good pay while k.aralnsi Florida. Atty. for Pit 5-g-4t-6-l C.II.CLARKRoute Joining road 2S 28 7 It t Norman D..uharl. ,
i IntftraHtiitK work. I" f'IIIVIT (COUIIT DK 'DYOR1)OUNTY 2 BOY 48Oet HoJ!%1 ot or 81514 NW4! U 211 7 7:1a 23: ,,00 J, D.D. Thompson

Vacation with pay. (' ) Fi.omu.ti i* CHA.N.; Ftp.t-Colm Compang. Long stand CII,. N. T. Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5 ot Blk
No ('K RY. Your Work Same Day 12 Hampton .0 7 :II l\r. *. 1i'.
experience necemary Holker D. Conner Plaintiff V.. Frsnehiaed DotUer: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLINO CO. of Jacksonville All that certain .piece nt Johnem

Living; oontno -
available Ca. No. 3157.OHIEH _. -, -- ... lytnIJ h..t".n. .r,.. f1
", OF PI7RLICATION I 8. &; F. & So'A L:

I ANI NOTICE: TO APPI':Alt railroads 110 7 22 3 W. H. Maxwell
STATE OF FIwORlDA to: H. Hope I rot 1 or W% or NWI4 31 7 U 10 Nora
Apply 9 A M. to S P. M. I\i of William
Conner whose residence. I la 215 ; SW% a W% of
110 Ma lsoa St.. StarUe. Fla. Orant Virginia.You Avenue. Moundavllle, West Joeh Drugs SVSFof. 91514 of awy4 St 7 U .117 W. B. Hick Ell

, are' required to appear on & 9W14 of ElE4. sa 7 .u .0 Unknown
; June 24th, 1844. In the above named ( Sig or NE', or SEy4
cause wherein plaintiff / U 7 U 80 Harcl.n & Wel.ner'
CO. Meek divorce. Bradford County STARKE, I. N NEt or NEt4 Sf 'I U 40 J. D. Thompson
Telegraph shall publlMh I this OrderIn 400 It or NE51 of ,
next four weekly :Inane SEI at 7 U 12 3. A. Stewart
Witness my hand and official. Com of. NFJ Cot of See
. 33 & run W US!{,
) ) -.. __.L . H 3116 yda W 1144
---- ---------- .
SpeC4a I' ",.. .tru4E Ju yda R 65 Yd". F 2:0 H
ic as: )ids. S 1tO yds. H zao

yd". N GiO yds to pt

/ e + ot beg'lSx: by U 7 II 2G Keney Thomas
Cur or
am Grapefruit Juice .10 ot N101''t' & run S IIS5 .

\ yds. ,.1 !GI\r\! yda. N 4
lU: )'d... W 36154 yd.
to beg &: SEt. or NEST\
Orange Juice .10 1:x5AInNICor& +

'f Jo1'C II A In tlW Cot a -

ashamed. NO.1. 1x fly lIS 7 n" 112 W. W. Packham

j jl'r Tomato Juice .10 y Wye of NWS. 31 7 U 40 .1. D. Thompson
: 1 II U In N. H. Leailaof

BACON GRITS Nfi1':1: ( church
. 19c' Pineapple Juice .10 lit & E. 1 I.ot 40 by

of some of the laundry and dry TOAST. . COFFEE NF.14 GO tt or NE% 6 I. "U 8 22 40 18 J. R. Swindle
cleaning service I am giving some V-8 Cocktail .10 1 Corn Fc4 fit.t SP1 NE%Cor ot or SW'!$!W14 .8 II U 20 Unknown

of my patrons, although I have Prune &.430 run ft 8 for no a pt ft W nt

NO.2., Juice .10 beg. thence run W
ceased to advertise superiority. 4H ft N 11i0 ft, E

However, I make no apologies for ::HOI TOAST.E OF CEREAL R of 472 415 beg-1.8 ft tt S or ti0 A 8E14 rt to pt nt 13 a U I Robert J. Dodd

. 30c A fJ !''IF-Yo ot SW% & W4!
the contributing factors for this inferior COFFEE. . -AIol.a Car/t of SWU ot SI'J\4\ 13. U 11 Unknown
e. Nut" or NEVI of s144 N
service. These factors are : Dt R-tI: 3.4 A Fox,
SUGGESTIONSCountry '1 A In 8E Cor 13 II K. R. ("arll'e'
S! or SE%. of SJIJ4! 13' 33 20 Jessie. 1. In..raham

First-The substitution for pre NO. 3CHOICE 'il Fresh f."KI\'UDI'1\ .t'B.Dn'I"O 22 III 22

war cleaning agencies OF JUICE Bike I, I of Oovt. Lot 1
. EGGS Unknown
(Any Style) .30 Hlk 3
______._ ot Oovt. Lot 1 J. E.' Smith
2 EGGS (ANT STYLE) '. 40c'NO. Olk. I of Govt I..t Sa: .
1: 164: It of COVI.
Second-The Substitution for TOAST . COFFEE I..t 4
1 With Bacon or Ham ''s0. =NE% of'NEST & F.% of F. W. Holly

experienced help with inexperienced or N W o, ot NI'1Vo U I 12 1111 3. D. Thompson
NF. Vof NI': ot W'0 U 8 12 20 J A. Bailey.

Order of HAM ______ ..3.5CHOICE ': F') or NFJt.) It 1 U 10 lof.... Jessie 1. inlF\
4 ------- N', or SE<,. of N\VH
N'VII. :UI 8 22 II bias D. Speed
Order of BACON Corn "t 101" Cnr of NWV. '
t OF JUICE . .25 & run ii IIAO ft. N aGII
Third-I am giving priority to ft. Jo: 132 tt for a lit fOt
beg thence ruin Ialio

those In the Aimed Service HAM, TOAST & COFFEE . tjUC Sweet Roll -----------______ JO Y4'ft 19s Po 19.It tt. H :UII ft.
.. tit Pt of beg
'v; t 4 A 23 6 U Ernest Mcnome
)l% .t HF.a of ,
r RW\4\ ot

When Victory Comes I Want To N0.5 Doughnuts _________________ .10 Com N\\'H at NW Cot of Sen IS 3 U \8 Isaac Mitchell.

26 & run H 8:10: ft for
Serve Those Who Have
Been French Toast 30 a pt nt beg thence

Lenient In Their Criticism'And CHOICE OF JUICE . run W 15 Iftl ft. H 105 ft '
N 105 It to
2 EGGS ANY STYLE BACON OR Milk T St'i pt ofof hag 26 11:1: 1 n. A. Weeks.

Loyal In Their Patronage. HAM-TOAST, JELLY 55'A oa .20 811 A NI.In NW.t 'or NFH! &1'1 1

COFFEE. . A 'In 1415 Got: ot NWH
ot NF.H 211 8 2:1: 211 Everllnim Dar t n
-JunillJ I. Stni// Lot 27 8
It CEREALS Lots I..t t 3f 8 U 23 U 27 Leigh Leigh Jlf.M. I'p..l1rrpall
1. 2. ::14. or Frl1ct '

BEVERAGES Sec I':. platted\ lands :$6 3 U 110 I.'It'hI.: reureall

It's smart to BUY BONDS and irut.4v
R1iCH: 1-38 8 23rnt
Milk __________ 15
patriotic TO HOLD THEM. Get Coffee .03 Hot Tea .10 T O. L.
alit or 1.01 11 Lot II 11. D. Wlrale.werth

Ready For The Fifth War Bond Milk .10 Hot Chocolate .10 With Cream ___ .30 loOt rots 2.. no Morgan Serurlttr ctiritie..
334 Morgan 8
Lot Stt'nrltPloOt '
Drive III Morgan

).ot. 'Gl I. 113. 1:1: Morgan rH.curltle,
Lot.. :I. S. 11. 13 West
U A InN F: Cor k

L ,. STARKE DRY CLEANERS Three Registered DruggistsONE m Lots land.roOt.:I.'al"12, 6 M.' 6 platted W.stof S6 .II U 20fl Leigh .,(. F..foan

4 :
80' r..arl.1I
OF 1 3 U U Leigh 1\r.
, a Phone 23 STARKE FLA. FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETEPAGE Lot I West of road 110

0 ,....w....-.. e I.ots I. :3 I C.12 A. 2 KNIGHT 22 UI Leigh I 'f. reanull

Taz Collector. Bradford County.

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