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: August 4, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Trading r:eation: and ter BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH{ Sweetest home Straw of the berries 4

camp BI an ding This Side or Heaven


Official County Publication Established In 1877 .

STAltKE, FLORID\, "'KID.%\'. AUl'ST 4, 19H '
N 1'_ -_ tlJEIt n_____ FOItTO11E

Should Navy Pilot I I Camp Chaplain To Be At Christian Church i',Five CandidatesNow

ers |'I Chaplain Ira D. Matthews .

isterNowFor Killed In Crash Camp of the 64th Blandins Regiment, will ,deliver 1RTC. .rt In Race

the sermon at the Christian I

eral Election Near BlandingA I Church An The*. S,Chaplain's Sunday at 8 o'clock.duiightiM evening.. I tM For City Council r!

Mrs'' Hoi'tense Aston, will

r ., ,,, so of Reglstravislies remind- 'plrUed Navy up In pilot pieces WRJlII.ralh'l! riccordiiigto (I I bring, a message In song Two announrcmcnts, adding, to
the list .
gr"wiag of
R ? and will candidates forllu.'o
that then Stale Hlghwpy Patrolman n.1: be accompanied ,If i
, rut! s > places to be filled
., books will ben C I'lilntlexter, after hln I'oitialr I: the piano by her mother 01the ,
rity Council In the
I I September 12 Y.
-s Wednesdays 'fighter" crashed al noon Monday !, Mrs. Matthews. ,
M'I' naps election, were made this week
,In 9 A, M. to 12 t about fcmr mile off Treat road Before entering. the Army. by two experienced campaigners

n ,? 1p,, '!ol. from near Itlandlng' bivouac area Chaplain Matthews was for Tux\ Assessor t-;. \.... Hayes and
oa" The plane \''VIi''ly destroyed -
t .., .. October 14. many years pastor of a c Tn<\ Collector C. A. Knight
by fire, ho said and
r i r .in he election stated,, I searchers were hot even ableto Christian Church In Cin- ai I Uul(h mon stated t that they will

sum ni, General not qual- find the victim's! ling tags In I cInnati, Ohio. While then t r l piobably Issue statement at a
Ie i i r does the debris he divided his... time with (lie later date but at the present time

,e1 I vote In the prl-l lllblo Seminary where hewas i wish only to place! their candl-
-1'1,), -."(CI tE'rlng In the Polnclexter reached., the spot an ln- | vote In about an hour following the \ the September' 12 election.
'eraa'j-ctlon, but not vice crash after he had driven his car Bible School III I ht'I.1,| at Tlil.
I III week's
doubt about your I ag!! far as he could and completedthe the Christian Church each J announcement"
l.iion Mr Kelly Pictured itboxe!, framed by two of tie large: old oaks thut "still trip Into the dense wood in Sunday morning at 10 o' bring (he total to five who are

set Impart an atriiON'hero| :" of quiet beauty to !Sttitke! are two of a 'wore i an Army jt>l'p. clock and Morning Worship" bidding for place on the City y
: or FIIV houses recently constructed here, to relieve puitlully the order of their announcements
Army officers who were firstto at 11 o'clock. Mr. Shepherd ... '
Group they are
??. housing hliortage. The IIOUSCH shown here are located on Lafayette II reach the scene of the accident of Jacksonville will deliver L M GalnesI :

ents Comedies'alnut St., end are the property of Mr: J. \V. Andreux.Negroes .said that t, shortly before, two the sermon next Sunday rooming !I Junlus. M. Smith

St. USO Navy planes had been observed In Each' Wednesday. night nl 8 o'clock Puiyei, Meeting Is held" at Van If. CnrrienK .
a "dog flttht" and that, duilng
?. j Casey, Army Wives ArrestedIn Roberts Motors the gklrmUh. one had, nose dived the church. Members, friends and service men are invited to attend I C A\\, Knight Hayes

J''Chairman at the Walnut I Robbery of Now DistributorsFor and failed to right Itself. all services of the Christian Chinch which Is located' at thl'l
I coiner of Call and There are thieo
Sis. places to befilled
Club and Mrs. L. M. The planes were out of Lee
I t USO; I
Infoimatlon desk chalr- Soldier at Lawtey FirestoneJ. Field at Green Cove Springs. on the council and l two ofth"

[ncheon ere awarded on Thursday USO pine. July at I I Judge E. K. Perryman accepteda I P. Roberts, owner of J. P. I Vacation School Jacksonville Group Methodist Officers I pirn Incumbents this fall-- II whoso, A, Bishop terms' and ex- tit

hours of volunteer cash bond of $230:;:::; early Wednesday Roberta: Motors, Dodge and : Presents Program To Be Installed I.. A. tavishave announced, that
i 1150 I from the Closed I they will not be
Club. Mrs. for the release Plymouth dealers nnounced this: With Program candidates for

_;Mazur around Mrs the, E. W. Freder-I. County Jail of Loomis Miller, colored week that hid company now hasa Wednesday NightA I At Rotary ClubSeveral I Sunday Evening \ le-electlon.' The third expiring

of Lawtey, who robbed Firestone distributorship in this ; i council acct Is now occupied by
i, \V M,, Hooten. I Douglas R.'alker;, a Camp section. members from. the I The official board members of ]1 IK; G. Duncan who has not yetannounced
Luhn, Mrs. the work
R J reviewing
ikett Mr program Jacksonville Rotary Club made
a the Methodist |
t Chinch will 1m installed
soldier) of his wallet whether ho
will bn
Mahllg' Blanding "We will continue In the auto- a
Perc! < Mrs H. .W of the Vacation Bible I School good will mission to Starke Wednesday at special) scivlre Sunday candidate,
$106 In Lawtey late or not
olla Jo Dumler have all re- containing mobile business!!' just" as we haveIn which has been In ogress dur- and presented an excellent -
evening, Aug. 6, at 8 m. .
pained pins for 50 houislice Saturday. the past," Mr. Roberts stated ing the past fortnight was givenon program the regular lunch- The Rev. W J. Cluiichwell,p. Moro\ than usual interest Is bn-

I I An accomplice, Willy Williams 'but In addition will offer the Wednesday! evening a t the eon at the local club. I plan to 'make this an pantor outtttamilng Ing shown In the approaching '

luncheon on Thursday feted who Is alleged to have led the public the complete line of varied Methodist Church hefoie a capacity Main feature of the program and. all church I City Election this year as voters
birthdays are in the soldier and a companion Into the Firestone products." audience. Both the Dlble I program I are beginning to realize that the h
iho e ,
was address be
an Odls
by Hlnnnnt, arc urged to present. ,
I administration
of July They were pre- |' trap, Is held In lieu of bond.Robert Some of the most attractive School and the program wereunder general secretary of the Jacksonville Holy Communion will be observed of the city's affairs
cake Lee Brown last of the the direction of Kev and (I now approaching the realmof
with small gifts, a Items Irthe Firestone' line lire YMCA, who gave an inspiring at both services next Sun
mdles, and the traditional trio Involved In the holdup, but shown In an advertisement In Mrs. W. J Churchwell with the I talk along Rotary lines.. day and the subject of the mornIng from"big business", with revenue

birthday" song. Mrs. P.1 j, thought to have merely "gone this Issue of the Telegraph and : cooperation of more than 15 'When Mr. Hinnant .speaks. of will be "Lovest Thou Me". taxes licenses and the municipal

Ikett. program chairman for I along for the ride", Is held for :Mr. Roberts extends a cordial invitation j!I, Church School teachers and. army "service! above self" he does so lOt power plant up more than i

ncheon. read short "for- Investigation.The to (the public to come In wives. with conviction for he has an closed 1941-42.per cent over the fiscal year

| for each of the girls at- boys were arrested and and Inspect this new line. Highlight of tlie.."program was enviable background an one-time special' program. The school has
Mrs O. R. Eyestona confined( Sunday noon. The robbery the by Judge E. K. I Usually City Elections evoke
K presentation judge/ of :.1 juvenile court In North been an outstanding event of the little
\Y. J. pierce, Mrs; H. W.- followed''a' beer "pa rty'" at Jacks and Jills Perryman' 'of hand"painted\ certificates Carolina, a member of the Boy church year, It wa well attended interest this<)1tby part of the
and Mrs. Regina Simon Peele's Place in Lawtey late Sat- to each of 65 children -1 public, but year there seems
_; I I some Scout Commission, eight yean of and a great Interest was manIfested to be
|j and prepared the lunch- urday night.According. Have Dinner Party who had attended .sessions of I work with boys In South Amer- by the student body who will a strong desire to elect men

to Walker the negro the school Mrs. Churchwell nlaogave lea and a charter member of be well qualified to administer
the of
l','wing the program Mrs. D.I I with whom they had been associated : the L-ait G. I.Thursday Jacks and Jill activity Club, the I each pupil a book of Bible the Rotary Club of lfontevldo.I To Hear ComplaintsThe during this the period affairs when of tho city
Guire led the in mon..ynowlnlf
group the i
evening Uruguay
during were married couple's group at the verse.The Is Into the treasury.The .
'!II of rollicking rounds and to a place constituted a Board of County Commissioners -
to take them USO Club. Temp! and Washington program | Preceding the luncheon several deadline, for '
ng' from many lands.> I they could get some liquor but was a "Hearts" party following demonstration of the projects of I beloved nernl-clans i leal I numbers will be In session Monday' Is. qualifying candidates
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[ Friday evening community directed them. Instead, to a corner the usual dinner. T-5 the Vacation School, Including were sung by Louis Larmoyeux, Aug. 7, at 10 a, m. for the pur- ,registration, August books and the city's
: group was fortunate lastto where Miller waited to rob Scripture work pone of hearing complaints con- close onSaturday
Charles Thomas, the winner at song memory |Ia leading osteopath In Jacksonville August 12. ,
( Lave Pfc. Charles Faso | them. The wallets of both "soldiers cards: for the evening, was: presented -I' and the presentation by an older who \\n widely known In Rotary earning valuations on real estateor

162nd Band at the piano were snatched Walker said, with a prize of a dollar; I I group of an original skit both | circles for his excellent tenor personal property . . . . h
Hr" McGuIre leading. Bal- about $20, and directed, by Mrs. J
but one containing while Mrs. Ruth Brown, wife of I composed I voice. lie wan accompanied at
1 nil !popular songs hlghlight1 was found at the scene of the T-5 Chet Brown, was given the Churchwell. I I I the piano by Frank Miller, who Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Lawteylly

selections. hold-up on the following morn- "booby", a small crate of candy I A display of handwork was an head the leading piano distributors Honored
P C Prckett has been Infc' I interesting feature of the pro I In Jacksonville. FridayAt EVELYN: WAHKKV

I to chairmanship of the i After Cecil Whitehead Lawtey oranges.Members of the committee gram-demonstration( which I depicted The program was arranged and Farewell Dinner . . . . . . .
Wives' ,
1 the USO i
at Deputy had reported the robbery Instructional and recreational -. presented by Don Donaldson of
Succeeding Mrs. A. J. Casey I which served the dinner wereAlra. I More than a hundred Billy Edwards Jr., and George
I bloodhounds of the Vacation persons k
officials projects
to Starke : George Elliott chairman; I Donaldson's, Inc., one of the leadIng Shuford In $
term of office expires this I borrowed from the State Prison and Mrs. School for children ranging in age men's stores In Jacksonville. from Staike Camp Blanding, andnearby I were Jacksonville
L. .
Mrs. J. o. Smith was se- Mrs.\ John Sugar I shopping Friday
'Farm were employed unsuccess- Charles Thomas.following'the' from 2 to 16 years.Vets At this meeting C. H. Nas- cities gathered at a large "

\e to chairman.replace Mrs. Prlckett to fully In locating the negroes In : dinner Ruth Sugar I' worthy presented a past presi horse shoe shaped banquet table I Phil Shuford wait a ringside I
Newcomers ( spectator at the.
mcll In the last few days the woods and swamp near Law- I wife of Cpl. John L. Sugar, of Two Wars dent's pin to H N. Fairbanks and in the USO Club, coiner Temple boxing match In Jacksonville Seott-llarlund on
but after a "trick play" by 'the club members bade farewell
". R. F Brandenburg and tey was presented a large USO pin, Asked To Attend & Washington Sts., lust Friday Friday night
officials, the fugitives were arrested to Julllus L. Thorn who recently
: of volunteer
award for 150 hours A
R. J. Luhn the night to attend the farewell din .
In their own homes laterSunday. MeetingThere resigned as president of the club Curradlne of Tampa
USO Club. Legion ,
:Ins and hiking have taken service In the because he Is moving to Fort ner honoring Julius L. Thorn, Mrs spent several days last week with fl.
""light at the Club recent- "I Thorn and their two nuns, Phillip Mr and Mrs F. R
Money from the stolen wallet will be a meeting of the Leavenworth Kansas Carradlne.
he drama(! group, under thee was not retrieved. Woodman Circle American Legion at the hall on I I and George David Moore and family ,

direction of Mrs., C. Calls off ConferenceMiss next Tuesday evening for all Ser Girl Scouts Mr. Thorn, who has been director stopped through Lawtey Saturday
assisted by Mrs C. V'I Camp of the USO-YMCA Club
vice ien of both World War I I evening on their way to Lees-
has preRented'one Thomas ElectedTo Amy J. Moore Woodmen and II."We. On Crystal Lake here for the pant two yeas, recently berg, .

oe> WAC program and hasphvs Head C. of C. I Circle district manager annuollCei'l I urge you to attend this : resigned to accept a position Mr. and Mrs\ nines of Tampa
in the preparation conference The Girl Scouts, Troop No.1. with a. permanent YMCA on a)
I that the regional meeting whether you are a mem- were week-rod. guests of Mrs
The hiking has rls- Stake Chamber of Commerce of Starke left Saturday, July 22, I the ut Foil Leavenworth
group The of the organization! scheduled for +i I ber of the Post of not" Post pout fine.,' mother Mrs Enoch Griffin. r.
r7 on Wednesday morningsnd met at 1:15: Wednesday In 'Jacksonville.. Oct. 23-26 has been I. Commander Floyd Green said yes for the Landrum Place on Crystal Kansas .
most of the day observJ'ure > the Methodist recreation building Lake where they swam and hiked Climax of the evening came
>' postponed. terday. ., Miss Ernestine Moore l Is spending
which will them In ob-
I Complying with a request from help when H. v, Knight, cnauman ofthe
I some time with
recommendsdon her
Monday Sketch Group has I I I the Office of Defense Transportation Council ''Meet taining merit badges. local USO-YMCA committeeof : Miss Lou K'dwards.
ed<1 sessions each week at 8 tee for officers for the ensuing: Mrs. Dora A. Talley national to On Friday they hiked to Key manafiment, presented to Mr.

r", and( Plans are under way t year were approved: president of the organization Next Tuesday stone Ht? and back to their I and M.... Thoin a pair of silver i Miss Vera Mosley spent Thurs ?

Outdoor meeting In the A. J. Thomas, president. decided on postponement of the camp making a total of 20 miles. compotes IL't a token of esteem day with Miss Madeline Grlffls.

future Sgt. Scotty Wester. Fred F. Stump, vice president eight regional conferences scheduled A meeting of'the City Council l I The following girls enjoyed this'II from the community. In a brief Miss Ruth Duckworth of Live

ketch Instructor, has been W. T. Clute secretary. for this> year. wan postponed from last Tuesday camping trip: Janet Anderson' | speech ho praised. the accomplishments Oak spent several days last week

n recognition of his service Dlrectori available transportation' must be until next Tuesday, It was announced Vivian McRae Idell Land. two years In Starke and expressed Mrs Mary Dlnkin and Gun.

L-CIub! In connection with W. B. Sewell, C. H. Nasvrorthy, kept for essential travel and the this week by a memberof rum, Carleen Rogers from a troop the deep regret of community- LojiJboHz, were In Jacksonville

croup V Frank Ferarra, Chas. A. Darby wounded military personnel being the group. I of Jacksonville GIrl Scouts'!, Jo.j occasion by their departure. Thursday visiting relatives.

Mrs.Knight spoke on "MIH- and R. B. Alvarez. evacuated from the battle areas. I I Ann Dlnkins and Joan Both Mr, and Mrs. Thorn spoke Little Freddie Dinklns Is here

and the Army Town", Membership Committee ter. briefly, expressing their appreciation : visiting his grandparent. Mr. and

ChRplaln Regiment Rex Elder Lawhead Junius ]M.! Smith, chairman; Baptist Church 4ePaper CollectionIn I I They were chaperoned by Mrll.I and their reluctance to leave: i Mrs. f>. L. DlDklnn.Mrs. .

Mrs. ) discussed "M.I11- Guy Sale, Joe C. Hoover Alice Anderson, Mrs. G. B. Flynn'' Starke. I Agnes Sapp and children.
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1lng' and Her Husband In Advertising CommitteeE. Both morning and evening ser South Starke and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.The I During dinner a program of I I of Lake Butler were visiting Mr*.

which, for the Military Mrs L. Matthews chairman; Nat vices at the Baptist Church next Next Tuesday troop returned to Starke dance and songs was presentedby I' J. B. MacDonald several days

o'clock. meet Ott Tuesdays Sternberg. Sunday will be conducted by Wednesday afternoon puplls. 'of Mm, Joy Powell and. last week.

my wives EntertainmentJ. Chaplain Daniel of Camp Blan The special waste paper drive a musical program by Mrs. L A. I Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Starling and
are who are new In B. Carlisle, chairman; W. B. ding. now bring conducted Mill end l lAug. At The Tabernacle Canova, pianist. Chaplain Rex Miss Joyce Bennett were visiting

ers Coke Urg"d to attend a New Mundy S. L. Peek. This will be the second time 15. I* T. Dyer announced Lawhead, vocalist and Mrs Wil I Mrs. Maggie Hudson In Jacksonville

r\Way\ hour any' ]Monday that Chaplain Daniel has occupiedthe yesterday"' but paper will continue I The--- regular Friday evening service fred Schrader violinist.The Monday.
at 2 o'clock. The Club of the Starke Baptist even'af ; will be large number of distinguished
Level'ChurchYou pulpit to picked up at the Tabernacle
at Pine / ]Mrs! Fred Moore and childrenare
tee 201 North Walnut church and all who heard him before ter that date I conducted by District Evangelist, guest present from /In Tampa visiting relatives.

are cordially Invited to a were spirtually Impressed and The city truck will <- >ll
basket dinner and all day serviceat strengthened by his message.All paper on Call MI. and the pastor of the Holy Hill Baptist Jos. R. Byerly Chief of Personnel ren were business visitors In e

uth Arrested Pine Level Baptist Church located service men, their wives, South' half of town next" Tuesday '' I Church now associational District Brunch Camp Blanding; Lt. Col.J Starke Thursday y'

r on Road 48, 4 miles west of visitors and ""strangers withinour l Aug. 8, and ,Mr.. Dyer evangelist.; S. E. MInlkes Director of Security -
Knife Starke on Lake Butler Highway gates' 'are cordially invited to urge greater cooperation on Mr. Dickert will also speak at and Intelligence Division, Mrs I. T George of Miami

'lung }p. G. \ValnwrlRht Sunday August 6th. Sunday these services. A warm welcome the part of the public sine the the open air meeting Saturday Camp Blanding; W. P. Buckwalter pent several days last. week with

lted at the Night Owl "Juke"was School begins at 11 o'clock and awaits each and everyone of you special drlte l III MO near tin end. night, and again at all the services regional supervisor of USO ]Mr\ and< Mrs C. B. Bennett.

V.tore dawn preaching at 12 o'clock. Services at the First Baptist Church, corner Mr. Dyer plan to visit all Sunday.At for Florida: C. V. Gross, Red Mrs. C. B. Bennett and Joyce
'jty,t Saturday by the afternoon and Jefferson Streets.RECEn'ES Cross Field Director Ifland- Bennett were visiting la Starke ;
' Sh"riff MCKinney after will be announced for Clark "school, now open and urge the Soldiers' Hour Sunday Camp
ill knifed; a soldier at that time. Come worship students. and teacher to gather afternoon, special honor will be Ing; and Lt. Col. Edwin R. Carter, Tuesday 1 ;
during a
with us. old time Gospel ROMOnO.V: all paper possible In the paid to the boys who have assisted Post Chaplain. Camp Blanding. ': Friends and relative. of Mrs.

!hough no affidavit had been singing and preaching. received here next few days no that the in the Tabernacle work, Mrs, R. A. Green was chairmanof Perry Davis will be glad to learn "l
Pel yesterday, Word ha been Itrfulford i'ounty contestants and who have gone overseas or arrangements for the dinner that she Is home from the hospital '
ht t 1, official said he I M. Hutto and of the promotion of Cpl. RichardV and E. L. Matthews and doing fine.
t charged with assault Mr and Mrs E. St. John to the rank of Ser may he chew king and quernof moved on to other camps.The served a.tOfUtmaster. *
C tntent to kill. I daughter.. Patsy of West Palm He Is stationed at Camp the! drive. public Is Invited, to attendall Members of the Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly werevlaltLg

saa band.released Tuesday mornan Beach are spending Hutto.this week Jackson geant. S. C. of these service CSO: terveJ.) In Starke, Tuesday.

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.FRIDAY. Ur..v

l tIW PAGE TWO . : Gerald Cox's arrival from !i I Lake Butler .
. . e Pvt. SUr 'rta
1 y ; Buyers of Farm Land O DEEPLY CONCERNED over i'Ft. McClellan Ala., on furlough. i ii I Mr. and Mni' i I.,?,,,

TELEGRAPH the It a new land Farm Knight of Starke spent children Norma :) bb.
BRADFORD COUNTY Cautioned to Beware prospect State i Nancy I h .10"i 1l1'
boom, the Department ot Saturday and Sunday with Peggy and Nolan, spent 'n.
iiif EMtabUNhl"d 1877 Of Runaway Market' Agriculture hail raised a cau By Mr. Bryan \\hltfleld Caldwell I I end with Jacksonvni ''i'II.I'' \

'' K. I_ Matthews ____________ Editor and Ownf"Uls."t.KJI..ION tioning hand to prospective . . . . . C Mrs. Resale Lee Bathord and ,I' Mr. and Mrt' KI ..Iatl. Y"h/

purchasers of farm real estate Would-be buyers have been Is making little son of Marianna are visitorsof :ton of Hastings. w, ,, '
W. D. Newton v'I'I \,
tATE Mrs. Mr. (
warned that the present" period of favorable price and ready with her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. J. M Moncrlef. I' and Mrs, ,j R K'' 'j
;, Yearly. 91.73; Six !Month, $1.00 I an extended stay Week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and 111'I., 'M
land Mrs I.
the and
markets for agricultural products-prime factors In law and daughter. Mr 'I
Moncrlef were Mr. and Mrs. P. were !In Macclenny Tf
PubllHhrd Weekly on Friday and ]Entered aa Second CLuM Matter mal'ket--may be drawing to an early close.In : C. M. Turney.Mr. L. Woodall of Tampa. home last weekendMr 'fe',,"

"' t at the Pout Office at Starke. FlorUlu. many areas farm values have already advanced far be- and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell of week-end Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs L

yond averages likely to be maintained If prices of farm com- Battle Creek Mich., have re Last of Tampa A $Ic
, had as guests were
Harvey Williams I with Mr
YOU DON'T need to go I Iu to modities return to prewar levels. Secretary of Agriculture turned to Ocklawaha to continue Williams and Miss M. E. Griner from IIId
\ Child Mrs. Robert
a A Drunken the movies to shudder 'at the Claude Wickard haa on several occasions warned that the pres- their visit there with relativesafter Daniels of Green Cove Sunday morning, Frldsy
y,4 with Ruth
; In The Gutter Im'tA antics of "dead end kids. ent situation correspond. In many ways to the runaway land spending several days and Springs and Pvt. Calvin Williamsof Mrs Madge Bozarth \
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell it.
3I P. Starke hat them too. Just! market of World War I, which was followed by the collapse of Mr and Camp Blanding W. Edwards and Mr (,

; I as dirty, just as profane, Just. land values and ruin for many who had bought at Inflated family.Misses Esther and Sara Crews, :Mr. and Mrs. William Floyd and M. E. Griner were In and 1.111

: f< as dishonest, and Just as much of a problem aa any thing ever prices. Lorene Moncrlef and Melba sons, Bill and Keith, of Gaines- Sunday.

, f. r t dreamed up In the make-believe land of Hollywood. Bradford County has shared In the Increased volume of Strlngfellow partlcpated In the ville had Sunday supper with Mr Mrs Roy McMillan and
,,(' ,''t Several days ago a soldier tipped( a dime back Into the farm land sales. While we are always glad to see activity In Tuesday night dance at theStarke and Mrs. J. W. Woodward. daughter, Judy, and M

i ri s. grimy band of one of our Call Street shine boys after a par rural real estate and certainly welcome newcomers to our rich USONCCS.Alice Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts McMillan left Thursday foMl S,

' u ticularly vigorous! work-out on a pair of G. I. shoes. Evidently! farming area, we would hate to see anyone come here In the Ann Mills of Jacksonville,, and son, Lynwood, Jr., and Mrs. with enville. Ohio, where they M::

a I'I I much Impressed with mall change", the urchin Bald, expectation of easy riches, become disappointed and disgusted who formerly lived here, spent Bert Chambers visited Rev. and Mr relatives of Mr bic3t
not and Mrs.
{ C "Keep it, soldier I make more money than you do!" And he after the first year or so and then move away, selling his Iii4t Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Ray Walden 'and family in and baby of Graham J B. altIM

doen--but HOW he does would make a story Just farm at a sacrifice or letting It go to rack and ruin. Such Grace Crews Lake Butler Sunday. I I Mr and Mrs E are VII
probably A
r ,j anything ever" conceived by the fertile brain experiences can bring only disaster, both to the Individual and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren and DavUi .

} j at fantastic an the community. .on. Kenneth, were in Taylor lastWednesday son Jimmie, were In Tallahasseelast r rinrriT fonir.CKHV. Raln
of Hollywood script writer. look ('0!' 'I'\' 1.011111\
a to of rela- '
and Thursday weekend as guests 1\
to our attention once again the While Bradford County soil will always provide a good : t
t( Such an Incident bring after Mr. John's cattle interestsand RefflnaL Lnvplnml.
unfortunate living In return for hard work, there Is road to riches I'lalmm'
another town, Is most no royal tives.Misses Jlmmle Puulln. .,,
fact that starke, like many to visit Mr. and Mi 8. Clyde Luella and Malveen Dav- lend D'OMHRR
milling around the streets there and none need be expected. These fact should be con- ant 'IlMe No. 313.
In having a gang of little hoodlums Johns. Is and Jetta Lee and Hugh D. ni. Pr'nJe9Tl\ (
midnight-ye long niter mid sidered carefully by the prospective buyer before he decidesto and Beach AND (
from late afternoon( until after Doris Moncrlef, Joyce Lee picnicked at Hampton STATE OF "'alliu.itore.
their grimy little trouiiers are often Invest In farm lands. Betts Sara Crews, Pauline Lovelandh : J
of Sunday
night. The pockets Gwendolyn I.I.Mr 'I w n.
with folding moneymoney that reason tells us they Elizabeth and Geraldine Cox, R. end Mrs. H. M. RIcharde la gis 436: Parker :,It.. Llln.rvlllA! ,

etuffed dishonest dealings. Q THE NEXT BEST thing to belng.a war hero yourself Is B. and Nora Harvey Joined a and children, Jane and Henry, Auguut are required. K(, .

;, possess through we're drawing on* our Imagination; yoere to be able to bask In the reflected glory of some friend group of RaIford boys and girls went to Jacksonville Beach Saturday named Court 14th, 1941.and i aura, ?be, e'
Perhaps you exist Well, all and neighbor. Bradford County can take pride in the fact Wednesday and Thursday morn- They have a cottage there plaintiff Reek rtliar, gn
reluctant to believe that such conditions In the recreational and Mrs. RIcharde and Jane and County Telegraph hall puh||,,
to take part
at the city that a native of Middleburg-Major General Roy S. GelgerIs Ings Order In next tour weekly] h I
from glancing
need can be obtained the Ralford will be there for several WltneH
the proof you in drIvIng program at Henry my hand and ?'
commanding the expeditionary forces now engaged
about town who are seal at Hlarkl', Jo'iorida
S, police record, or talking with where Amer' Baptist Church directed by Rev. weeks IlIh.1944, thlr
the Japanese from the U. S. island of Guam,
j harraBxed by "tilcks" that grow Into William Wilson. Mrs. I. J. Williams and children OFFICIAL SEAL) A 4 T-!
constantly that present a !lean troops for the first time are meeting the enemy In an effort As Clerk of ....hll'u..'
N that have evolved Into crimes and Mrs. Ellis Fancher were with relatives in Lake City T. Frank Ijindrum
r Sgt.
; mlademeanors< will fallow Slurk r
soil. Bradford Countlans
to American -
to community that demands of its citizens a and little daughter Ruby, of St. for several days last week. Atty. for Plf. j elloErrHi I
I err real problem a this campaign with particular Interest because of the Im- and At their regular business meet-
for the law. Louis, Mo. are
i genuine respect! Is made up of a score or portant part being played by Its distinguished neighbor. Mrs. P. D. Funcher. Sgt. Fan- Ing: Scout leaders of the Jacksonville -
of which we !\
i The "gang" enjoyed a fish
area supper
In Canada and
cher Is on duty
,i more boys ranging In age from seven to perhaps eighteen Friday night at Camp Francis SPEEDY
will return there at the expira- StaAXELfFFORAC
accepting little or no responsibility; HEAR THAT Herbert Hoover after his fatal (to the
are This site has
4 boys whose parents SG.O.P. tion of his furlough. Mrs. P, D. near Interlachen. ''
working and "haven'ttime" ) at the Republican Convention Is now I
for their rearing, either because they are appearance Fancher" Jr., of Jacksonville was been donated to the Scouts recently -
are delinquents themselves, with no regard trying to erase himself from the campaign scene. All of were amT Its Improvement" was
___ or because they here with her relatives last MPGESTIQCarpenter's
tj I'' for society which reminds us of the old but true Chinese saying: "You I the chief topic of discussion on :

undeniably me first time that fault You foolle second end.Mr. this occasion. Scout leaders from
'i 1 The parents are at fault, It in agreed It Is ; foollqf you me and !Mrs. G. E. Crews, Miss'
time that fault." here" who attended were: L F.
; fall, completely; my
when they Crews
But what to do Lora, Delbert" Carolyn
c 3 their problem. their! Chapman J. F. Eastham, B. 1
their responsibility to and Mrs Calvin Williams and
: miserably, as parents; when 1
and Hershfield, H. :M.: RIcharde and
community In utterly dUrcgarded? That little daughter, Sandra, returnedFrldav
children and to their J.P. Warien.After .
y "
from a week's" stay with
that confronts us now. UNCLE spending a week with her I Ii
Is the problem
friends and relatives In Miami.
months ago, perhaps, getting away with i son and daughter-in-law, :Mr\ and ,I
The boys began Trips to the beach added much to
few packs of cigarettes Mrs. 1\[. C. Roberts, Mrs J. M. '
of candy or a Oli'S S
i small thefts'--a few bars the pleasure of their visit and Drug
that would Roberts returned to her home In
1 with an arrogance
smoke fishIng
+' which, Incidentally, they Mr. Crews enjoyed deep sea -
disapproving glance or casual admonition. on the reefs. .
defy the most *scolding J A W
l piled up. They were apprehenllel-glven a Patsy Cox spent the first part I
But by
Luter In their careers they were jailed. ; of this week with Ja Ann Din-1
by had sort of organization among themselves o By J, L. HAKRELL (ins at Crystal Lake.
other" and a way of: .
their "telling on each B. Herahfleld Is In New York
that prevented
rD of laws that, because of their ones business City for a two weeks' vacation COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
,k defying the enforcement The other day whilst we were picked up That Miner

not written for them. After all, what can an official figuring out the war In general, lad didn't know his own strength. with relatives PLEASE PHONE 147

were of eight, say, for breaking" and entering, stealing, my friend Carl said, "Wonder When re-Icing: strawberry cars it Little Lavonla Rogers came on
I+ do to a child
known) soliciting business for a prostitute how many Lawtey boys are sere made no difference to him if It Monday from her home In Jacksonville -

or even (as has been the armed forces ?" chunk 300- to join her mother, Mrs.
: ing now In was a O-pOJJ d. or a UNION BUS STATIONLACY

f r ? admit that eev'c.1' Not knowing exactly, I said"Let's pound block-up the ice skid and Al Rogers, for an extended visit

1j f ; Some. outspoken police officers will even worse- count 'em up and see." Into the bunkers It went, seemingly with Mr. and Mrs Lawrence CONWAY, Agent
for resale, or even Dugger and Mr. and Mrs. Claude
eral of the boys obtain It so happened that neither of without any extra efforton
of the fact that one Temple Ave Starke !Flori
not proud Johns Al Rogers spent last weekend ,
!! !
'drink It themselves In the us had a pencil and paper so Flop's part.Vhat a man
found "asleep" with his family here.
time, recently, an eleven-year-old was Carl said. "O. K. You name 'em As for Will Lee darn his old
been In last
Having sWOrn
14I gutter and I'll keep tab until we reach black picture, when that darky Jimmie ..I..... .. .. ..... .. .&.0 ..... ... . .
Thursday Bradley repotted -
t Y, I two ring leaders of the gang stole $80 from ten, then I'll name and you keep wanted an extra frog-hide he
' The other day to Jacksonville Wednesday for
4, business woman, discarding the score." would take seven of his cronies
of a Call Street duty In the U. S. Navy. Prompt Service Careful Drive
purse In a nearby alley. When arrested a short timetd' I named until Carl had both and load 7x9 pine cross: ties at Mr. and :Mrs. Merrill Robinson

i pocketbook In their possession, a pint of liquor-or rather thumbs down, then he began to the rate of one every 12 seconds: ;; and children returned to their

ids later they had had freely "sampled" It-and the call out until I had both thumbs four 320 cars In a little less than home In Jacksonville Friday after

.t I what was left after they had stolen turned down and told him to i four hours by the clock Old visiting! Jlr. and Mrs. J. L Robinson Starke Taxi Servic

I remainder of the money they right here In our community, wait a minute till I could get Will ain't now what he used to for several days.

i v',l The fact that It Is possible will come aa a rude shock my shoes off. 'be, but he sure was a good old Miss Betty McRae was the

child to purchase Illegal liquor "Hershel Waters wagon before the body spilt. Phone 150
r d for a to believe such conditions: Carl kept calling guest of Miss Idalou Davis in

f to some people who are reluctant The dealer who Billie, Peet and Edward. Yes, sir. If those Noxls can't Starke last week-end.

,Y S' exist, even when confronted with them dally low, but WainwrIght, Lloyd Wllkerson . fight any better than they can Mrs. Gerald Cox:!: and daughters

t +r peddles Illegal liquor to ANYONE Is stooping pretty then about that time we both unload mattresses, I predict our Misses Elizabeth, Geraldine, and Day Nig
+a the one who sells whiskey to a child Is evil beyond ran -out of fingers and toes and boys will be In' Berlin by Labor I Lois Irene, went to Jacksonville

r f tlon.I had to quit.Anyway I Day! Sunday to be with relatives until Ii.' . 1 --" ... .......,
I editorial wus urged Into print through the recurrence naming over those

This children seen on the" boys reminded me of a little IncIdent
carried out by
these and similar
that happened the other
'or night that
rt+ streets of Starke almost any hour of the day day out at Camp Twenty-four

41e j you care to look for them Is, because German prisoners of war were Have a Coca-Cola = Well done l lads
, Frankly, we don't know what the assigned to the Property Sectionto ,
{: f ., there's not much you can do with a parent who is morallyand unload four cars of mattressell.1

d mentally unfit to be a parent. However, we do feel that The labor foreman didn't think I '
"youth program" that Is undertaken in the community they were working quite as hardas I

any should have as Its foremost consideration these youngsters" they might and asked me just 1 t I \ r Y1

future well being of the how long It should take 24 men l
f menace to the I
i who are a
to finish the Job.

v ;" community I did a little quick thinking and D I ti 1'' ,

replied, "If they were white t I I r s ,
IT HAS repeatedly been Americans and would work like 1 ii l/J I / .
Farewell Ceremony \. I Il
,$ culled to our attention that Howard Miner could and did, or

r Should lie Staged Starke Is one of the few good old southern niggers and

for Departing Selectees? communities In the State,, would work like Will Lee could
t and did when he was In his prime,
perhaps the country, whereno
It would take the 24 just exactly t t
't L attempt Is mad to give the boys leaving for service In the 30 minutes to unload every last 4 = u t.

forces little "send off" so that the memory of their )
;J' I armed a one of those mattresses. But if '
y, < y. "'A home town, that they take with them to no telling what part seeing as how they ain't neither i, t tI

l 0'e *V of the world, will b.. ns pleasant at possible. one I suspect It'll take those fellows I t1 a / rIt

Now this oversight on our part could not possibly be because all day and half the nightto 1 r.l $,. j

y ( we think any less of our service men than does any finish the Job." ef +r 1

4 other community In the land. No, we rather think the many I Imagine that Howard Miner
d t : and all the other lads from Law
time being a small town adjacent to
demands upon our !, very
has caused us to overlook some of the tey will tight just like they 4Ir .. .
1j a very large camp, i I Ji
a worked and if, they do those Japs t / /?
j + little courtesies and favors that would ordinarily be shown and Nazis can't hold out too .1i

these men If conditions here were more normal. much longer. Boy, when "Flop"i ,
ll ?3ar '' But whatever the reason, now that our default has been placed his shoulder to the l f, i4 I, P Pvtjtlr i' .: ( ,) d '

recognized, steps should be taken at once to remedy the sit1 whe"I'1 .I
ay IN ('IIIf'IIT ('("'R'I', im \I>
1 {" I uatlon. A fitting ceremony for departing selectees would make rot >r\, "'I.unIU1'10 4 nv.\--

f r ; ;4 very little demand on any one person's time and would give ('MIIV.
Paul Kilrn: Rhndtft Plaintiff, ve.
I !t I. leant small token of the appreciation and respect Vera llochvlla Rhodes, l> f..ndant,
re.1 Can N.v S.momfKH .
/ 1 1,
that Is due ?
op rniucATioN
I .
'.1 The local draft board Is now having but two calls per A.VI NOTK'K TO APPEAR/
3 month-one for white and one for colored men. The next Iloi-hclle Tthnd.... whose re..ld.ncIM .
I 1 : c-" Joel l E. Rhod.... P. O. HUJ
1 t, sizeable quota will probably not come until September. By Bar: Pretoria TYL south Africa . a way to get a helping handThere's _

i that time school will be In session and a worthwhile project You are required to appear on
Auviiftt 14th. 1944. In the above
t for the High School Band would be to take part In these farewell named Court and cause. wherein.
1, f service plaintiff ...ek. dlvorrn Bradford no more welcome reward for work, well done than refreshment i
"parties" for our men. County Telegraph. .hall publish this ..

I This matter has recently been discussed! at the Rotary Order In next. four weekly. l I..u... I the sparkling refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Oldsters and
i' Wltne( my hand and Meal. atHtnrko. youngsters alike
: Club and It Is believed that by fall a plan will have been Florida this July 11th 1944.
+ selectees to OFFICIAL SKAL.) A. J, Thomas, respond to the happy invitation I slave"Coit". Always have supply of ''
worked out to give departing something Implant An risk of Bald. Court Coca-Cola ' I -

r, 1 n, fond memories of the old home town so firmly In their minds T. Frank andrum, Starke, Florida, I in your family refrigerator. Th parse that rejrttbts with ice-cold
Atty. for Plf. 7-14.4t.Ki4 Coca-Cola has
i + I jk that they will never be erased '
become of American
J j a symbol hospitality and friendliness . at home and away
l w liar iSondInvestment
r '({ AT LONG LAST Starke Is to have marker posts at Intersections from dome.
I, on which the names of streets will be painted. Is I c', natural for
w, Now If home owners will just cooperate by posting numbers Your In ri.s'tnend COMPANY IT acquUe ( yu II bear

r t'p {u prominently on their houses It wUl be possible to direct the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING cloa... .ohla'calicd' "Coke

g confused stranger without drawing a detailed map of the city. In.Anjcrica CO -

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Dlv. A-3, TJSNAS Vero Beach, Ing the week In which the point boihod if none presently cxlsltH Importance of WACSTo
Service Parade AARTC Ft. Bliss, Texas. payment should have been mad I "Greater car-pool participation j I'roof of theseV r \e's efficiencywits .
: Fla.Pvt. Under this rule retailers. should : Mr. Butyl said la necessary to Final Victory given recently when the Surgeon :
, I.. U'kril In .. .. mat W. L. Thlgpen Btry. A. realize their suppliers would be I General of the Army stated
.r conserve dwindling supply of Stressed RecruitersTh
'rq'PuhII..n ..... r'rrllrl\gg1lr'\........ by
nil frlrnINlr, ..rss f Nrr\I-- 46th C. A. Bn.,
. Camp Robinson, In violation of the law If they usable automobile, Cars are I that an additional DO.OOO) couldbe
'l of thrlr '
it"i >li-Krii.h| It-llln 0"' '"' bt'I
Inl/I: : II" Ark. did! not report defaults I !lag scrapped at the rate. of 4,000 I \\"I k of the ntrntber.d : used by the Medical\; Corps.A .

- '. lIT.\TIOSh'Ugh i accompanying photograph (evi- "To clarify this still furtherit ,I" day and the result Is further demands I the Women's Army lorpn who A \\ enlistee need not have
1'1] JlII\\1-, citation took 1 dently delayed in the mail) show- TO BE AEIUAL GUNNKIl should be explained that all i on thu already overburdened ate peiioimiiiK 239! vital Jobs with previous technical (raining for

, n"nthl'l, ago, the ling I Sgt. W. T.leeks of Staike.I Raymond Hall A013c.. son retailers must give up points to' public transportation "YK- the Aunty la being dally iefleete assignment! as it Medics Wac.
, 11 I received the I( flanked by a guard of honor, be- of Mr. and I Mrs. John Hall of their for rationed foods tems. Greater sharing of cars III'' In our mlvance against the enemy. The Army has set up n specialized -
:'pn >hs- JUt ing given the Starke U attending suppliers the only answer, he asserted. The complexity of m..It'mVIII'- : training school' fnrV AC
Legion of Merit -\ Aerial} at or before the time the I fare requites for victory a trained medical technicians at Ha

.... award by Gunners Schoolat 1u fer Is made. However, a tl.antl-j "Shoe dealers are Instructed' and efficient Army behind the Springs, Ark., where the train(

Brig. Gen. Carl the Naval who has points on hand through Amendment! No. 68 to'! fighting men at the front. A eps are taught to fill such assign

R. Gray Jr., Air Station, Atlantic the point value of the foods take a third Inventory of (heir! i Wac whose Army Job It Is to repair meats aa medical and surglitn!
Director General City, N. transferred may. make payment radio, equipment or perform technicians\ X-Uay technicians
shoe stocks of 31, 1944.
of the Military J. Before en- within 10 days after the transfer.If as July I administrative duties is making n I and dental technicians

Railway tering the Navy money payment is made within "Inventory Form R-1701M will i contribution to the defeat of the I Women who are between 20
; Service. early last a those 10 days the points must be mailed all establishment on'' enemy just II" Is a soldier\ who
i.1 i- Sgt. : ami SO years of age and'h<*
the mailing list of the Inventoryand
bo paid at that time.
75 shell
Weeks receivedthe spring he wasa rams a mm. Into n cannon I
1i Control Branch."Establishments ;! meet the physical' and, educational t
citation for student at I breech or a Flying Fort esrgunner
i : out standingperformance B. II. S. He "Local ration boards have been who ilo not I'f'I I whose capon hr ingsdown requirements may be eligible
of would like for notified that supplementary B and rlelve a form through the mall I an attacking Mesnenvhmi ti" join the WAC. information
C rations for home-to-work driv- should apply to the District Office the ml' -unem
duties In the his friends to All Army John are Integrated and l on procedure maybe
MRS. Sgt. vrite him at ing are not renewable on more Jacksonville, or the OVA all keyed to .['t'ell'letnl')'. obtained o> 't : ki.Evelyn !.
than bl Field Offices In Miami and Tampa Carlisle who Is on dutyat !
Weeks who In the following address: Raymond a 30-day "probationary" a- I' Many of the t''Kl'l1l1..1'RI'' I,
Is after 1 unless the where supply will be available. 'the Staike Postofflco
AOM > August cal'owner every
Hall 3-c,
civilian life was NAS, Bks. 5, winning! jobs assigned! toVacx
an employee of Aerial Gunners School, Atlantic shows membership In a "Dealers are advised to follow are with lherm"s Medical! Thursday and. Friday! ,
A vrT the SeaboardAir City, N. J. car-pool club, Chauncey Butler Instructions prescribed on tho
district Director of the Office Coips. At military hospital these! a1'g:
'I! i Line, Is the form and to make sure that the
of Price Admlnlstiation, said specially! trained women are tending -
son of R. A. .\ FOKCK: TECHNICIAN1: '
"The forms urn completely filled out expert and skilled\ aid in 'the
30-day "probationary" ration ,
Weeks StarkP. Elmer Hodge formerly of it was pointed out. Is provided I -- : care of thr itrk anti'oundt.t.. In I om.I.etp .
; He served with Brooker. Is an Air Force Technician em
: I
//p to enable motorists to forma Full line of orri4 Sii' |>|>lliN I\t'' .addition to other Jobs a, '
J k distinction In and t hall been stationed in '
the Tunisian I England. He Is car-sharing pool In theh neigh- The Bradford County Telegraph, laboratoiy workers ambulance ... 1

campaign and s.' at a -
has probably er" "Mat'aud-I

followed right part
along with the Is to "sweat it

advance of the out", waitingfor ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Allies In order the planeshe
lo do his part helps to

In bringing sup am keep In tip top li i
plies to the ar- shape to return
the front. A vivid des- from Important j
n of an MRS soldier has he risks his neck 24 hours a day bombing missions i'::,

written as follows; "When to keep fighting equipment on 1 . "Sweat
. headline he- the move. He builds his own .. L
looking for ing it out is a i ,
Butry tracks when has to. He repairshis
i may be overlooked. big strain on the nerves because
battle front of the war, own rolling stock. He runs the boys become attached to the ;
essentials Bradford Cold Storage
ammunition food and
to Normandy
:New\ Guinea planes they take care of
where the right up under the enemy's guns
find him up they never know whether they
,5 |Is. rolling supply I fa the toughest railroading in will return from laid or not.
the world . and It gets tougher -
He's the G. I. 'boomoldlerrallroider -
In Service
e Railway Service.of And they ward with Tokyo every and mile Berlin.he "moves to- News Notes From and Locker ;

Rationing Board I

TESTING TRAVELS.: I canal. He is among the very -
: P. McKelvey son few Army troops who have ever I W. L. Blair, chief clerk of the AN
James OPEN
board, has receivedthe THE NEAR FUTURE
and Mrs. James A. Meet been awarded this Navy citation. local rationing WILL IN I
from at.
Staike. has had some Although he has seen many following information .
since being overseas OPA headquarters In Jackson-
ling travels since entering; I beautiful sights
he still maintains that Florida ville:
nny more than 39 months ,
While In the States he was i has more natural beauty than "There Is an unfortunate ten- MODERN PLANTat TI
eJ at Fort Bragg, but has all of the South Sea Islands. dency on the part of Home retailers -
to feel resentful when
('(!n iveraeaa for past
,nths He has been staat -I WRITE TO THESE MENThe their supplier reports them In default -
various times In New following addresses of men on point payments. They

I I. Australia, New Caledon- I still at camps and stations In the seem to feel that he Is. just being STARKE FLA. ''f'fI
the FIJI Islands.. He Is a I States will be of interest to their mean about the whole thing.
11 of the Battle of Guadal- friends: This Is entirely contrary to the'facts. I I

ind .the Battle of Bougaln- W. C. Powell. A-S, USNR Unit Under Revised Ration Or- I, J
I I A4, Co. 907, Bks. 117, Camp ders 13 and 16 all suppliers who '

i McKelvey returns home Peary Va. I handle rationed goods are REQUIRED TO SERVE BRADFORD COUNTY & SURROUNDING TERRITORY
I I wear the Asiatic-Pacific i I Lt. MIlo Sponholtz, C.C.D., A, I to report to their .OPA I II

with (two bronze stars on A.n., Box 1800, Ardmore Okla. I District Office all persons who
T-5 R. V. St. John 191 Slff. I fall to pay them points when they I hiker have more !spoilage l
ft>tslde ot his chest, and onside You probably ask: (low van a refrigerated any
?* he will wear the Repair Co., Ft. Jackson S. C, are due. This report MUST be help family?" This is written to answer! that You can freeze<< your eggs when they're plentiful
n'lal Unit Citation for re- J, G. Alvarez, AMM 2-c VF-7 filed with the OPA District my and to show that, whether you live in the to use: for your family when the prices! are high and -
followME&i question
ig the Marines on Guadal- S-Sgt. Clifton B. Hayes Hq. not later than_ Friday I country or in town you can feed your family HKTTKK you want to sell your fresh supply in the market :Many (
LOCKET families save the cost of a year's locker rental on eggs: :' ::

Refrigerated locker plants are swet'plngthe coun alone. -

try There are about 5,000; () in the U. S, Here fresh WITH A LOCKER: you can freeze jour vegetables
brought to he preand fruits instead: of t'annlngthenl, Property prepared J
meats, fruits and vegetables are
rAt pared, packaged labeled frozen and placed in the fro/.en foods taste just like fresh ones-and,
vitamins which are
patron's individual locker where temperatures are they maintain those: precious t
The has his in canning!
maintained far below freezing. patron
food he needs it. IF YOU{ LIVE: IN TOWN! you'll enjoy better food I IIF
and as
own key removes '
COUNTRY probably and htretch those ration points farther with a locker.
raise own meat, and vegetables. With a locker You can freeze the produce from your-VICTORY I
eat own produce and have it fresh throughout DEN) ; or, if you haten't room for a garden, make ar
you your who has to buy part of hisproduce.
the end of a day's catch-with the big the year. You don't have to pay retail prices for rangementslth! someone and vegetables I
I you
freezing'our +
i when want it. You don't have to eat By
Av that didn't away frying crisply in fresh meat you all long. You can also t
J ones smoked and canned meat all during the year., You will have a fresh supply year

d d7,) bUY the pan-add another touch of nature'sgoodness don't have to slaughter only in cold weather. You don't freeze fish and game. ,

Can It . the pleasing refreshment of . .. . ....
U mellow ..-,.-----.-.-.-..-.--.-,-.-------- -----
beef # color and
BEER! The superb

b e tter price'I. JAX, satisfying flavor of JAX BEER just t tif IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS f.,.

tans naturally go over big with hearty . . .. .. ..
at smoothness fits j .--.------,.-.-.----------- --"- ---' '
its sunshiny
appetites ". .
perfectly into any setting of relaxation. So, This plant will contain .100 lockers and the H'. /'. //.

i next time, just say . "Make Mine JAX." i requires that 160 of these be rented to producers (farmer)

You can't buy better beer no matter what before a priority will be issued for its construction. If you ,

you,pay.' are interested in bringing one of these plants here please contact -

and let's have the first modern -
'I' one of the following persons

flc\SS. locker plant in Florida. There are over 300 successful

cad< sf; plants in Alabama. Certainly we SHOULD and CAN have r

__ one.


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) ,, : LfTHE DRINK OF FRIENDSHIP For Locker Space And Information Please Contact

L H. E. Tucker J. E. Wilson ,

T. Frank Landrum
Starke, Fla. Starke, Fla.
t Fla.
'ol r wFt L. T. Dyer

\ Brownlee Bros. County Agent

If f Starke, Fla Starke, Fla.'


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I I ented to Mrs. J P Burns of At- Miss Peek Hostess Its floral ,
Cent"I'p ,
{.; i I..ii t SOCIETY and CLUBS I Miss Joyce Lloyd i! Tallahassee VisitorComplimented lanta and Mrs R F Demorest, I ComplimentingRecent Mrs. Perryman .?!

Weds Sgt. Eldridge] ] Others enjoying the party were: white pique, ,,I'e 'lUar'
=- I Mr.., Thomas Grady, Mrs O. L,. Bride crystal from i I g
Mr. Marble Lloyd Hamilton Is At Bridge Party Beaaley Mrs. R. F. Demorest, was assisted !
W. CirclesCircles
S. C. S.
Bridge Group announcing the marriage of her I Mrs J. R. Wainwright, entertained Mrs. William Wainwright, Mrs I Mrs, E K. Perryman, Jr., of her mother! VHI"i) "l ini-i

For Army Wives One and Two of the daughter Joyce Lloyd, to Saff for her sister-in-law, Mrs j R. Wainwright Mrs, O. L. Jacksonville, a recent bride, was Charles Darby( f ,'

'" Planned] USO Methodist WSCS will meet Mon Sergeant Leonard Kldrldge of W. M. WaInwright of Tallahassee Haynes Mrs E L. Matthew. complimented at a Coke party by and MIB \ : M J'

at day afternoon. Aug. 7, at 3:30 Dickaon, Tenn., now stationed at I at a deSs8at.brlclg" on last Mrs E. L. Biggs Mrs P. A. given by Miss Fiances Peek at I !leROOFS

1 '.t*! + Miss Katherine Beard, Woman's o'clock at the Klngsley Lake Camp Blanding. Friday afternoon at the Wainwright Moore Mrs Hoy Smith of Ten- her home on Church street In the ;

Program Director of the USO at Lodge of Judge and Mrs. A. Z, The couple repeated vows after home on- Clark sueetBonion nile Ga, Miss Madge MIddleton. late afternoon Saturday.

%''.' t' +''t Temple and Washington streets, Adklna, with Mrs. Adkins as hos Judge E. K. Perryman at his cooler, cake and Halted :Mrs T. T Long and Mrs. Whit Twenty members of Slarke'syounger

',i announced yesterday that a bridget tess. home on July 27 at 8 o'clock in nuts were served for dessert be- Sturges of Meridian, Miss. set met in the Peek living REPAIRED

; group Is being planned for each the evening. Witnessing the ceremony for bridge played at three tablesIn loom which was decorated

I,'''t Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Instruction of beginners, Miss were :Miss! Dot Jeff coat, the living room Gladiolas, Mrs. O. L. Haynes with 1 artistic arrangements of Guaranteed War

I 1'' to which all army wive are In- Beard aid, She also added that Miss Barbara Lloyd and H. J. roses and dahlias were used for Luncheon Hostess gladioli and roses in shades progressing llll
'' a If members of the de-
vited. new group Chandler.For/
decoration. :from shell pink to deep Wallace
r,,. ''e There will be tables for progressive Hired, bridge luncheons might become her marriage the bride When tallied Summer flowers and potted Solan,
;N play and a table for theVitamins a part of the program In chose a navy blue frock with bridge scores were decorated the living room rose.They FREE STl
the Mrs. J. W Andrews, Jr. plants I were soon invited, to the I\Tr.s
,4G future white accessories.! Her flowers wan given a double deck of play- at the home of Mrs. 0 L. Haynes sun porch where a' buffet lunch .

Those interested are asked to were red roses In a shoulder cor Ing cards for her prize score, Saturday morning when she entertained was laid on a pink plastic table Route 2, nOt 68

G t register either with Miss Beardat sage. Mrs R. F. Demurest won a Tally- friends at a bridge of modern design. Varl-colored j STARKE, FL\.

the USO-YMCA or with Mrs Sgt. and Mrs Eldridge left gaily set for luck Ht Bingo while luncheon. dahlias were used effectively in t

: Walter Bateman at the USO on Wednesday on a fifteen day furlough the honor guest received a pack- Following three progressions of

Walnut_ Street, and honeymoon during age of Cara Nome Bubble Bath bridge Mrs W. M. Wainwright

,' & taaalIJ which time they will visit the Powder. Out-of-town guest gifts of Tallahassee and Kingsley Lake
a !oi'Ideg room's patents, Mr. and were presented to Mrs. W. P. received a box of bath powder.

1 4 FOOD STORE PRICES Mrs Russell Eldridge In Dickson, Randall of Norfolk, Va, and toI I a prize for her high score, while '
; Tenn. :Mrs. J. P. Burns of Atlanta Ga. : Mrs. E. L. Matthews was given /1
f 1 hand lotion as a second-
a Jar of
x The guest list Included the
U lp 'rhem Ucan.e the Blood Circle of T. Mrs I high/ prize gift.
MAJOR B Baptist names Mrs. T Long
of Harmful Body Waste assisted
I The hostess was by
ltd + Your kldnuva oonatantly I flltartnf Met This WeekCircle P. A. Moore' of Klngsley Lake, Mrs. Arthur
v..ta mattes from tha blood, atraam. But Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. Mrs l her two daughters Can All You Canfrom
ISc not ace .. N.tur. .'h" 'UDO Q ......"J/ ."..'..d.. .1.. .D. Stun.w..m'
H ( M+ 24 Tablets IntandlOd-f..1 to remove Number Three of the two course luncheonto
i /1' In serving a
l Impurltlee if retained, may Mrs O. L. Haynes, :Mrs O. L.
d { G the ey.tein and upaet Lb. whole W. M S, of the Starke Baptist the following guests: Mrs. L. your
29c lady machinery. Beasley, Mrs. Arthur Holllday
48 Tablets
141 Symptom may b.nacclnff' 'biekchct Church met Tuesday evening. :Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mis. Junius F. Chapman and Mrs. Fielding
1 ::
p.rB..ttat .. .attack of : . The
dtislnMM.eitlng program topic was "New Miss Madge ,Middleton -
' 100 Tablets 49c up ntf ht*. ....llln.. puffinmu Smith, Mrs. Geo-ge Flynn :Mrs.! Chapman VICTORY GARDENWe
under the ./*_ feelioc of Phases of the Task for New Mrs. E. L. Biggs MrsJ) J.
I>. A. Monteith, Mm W P. Randall -
1 ,' 4 and IOM of pap and atranRtb. Times", discussed by :Mrs. (I. L, W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. O. L.
Tablets 75c (Other *\ of kidney bladder and
i 200 \mn or die Mrs. N. D Wainwright have EVERYTHING youth
order ere .o.a.tlm... bum I"., scanty or Brownlee, :Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Beasley, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. need
V too frequent urinettoo. the honoree, MI's.V. M
Mrs. Tlnley. W. M. Wainwright, Mrs. R. F.
There ehoutd doubt that prompt weight
.1 treatment I. wire than neglect. V.. Devotional led > Mrs. Roy Smith of ,
by Mrs R. L. Demorest CANS RUBBERS
Sale aOoen'. P.lh. Doo.'. b.". been winning LI
rt> On AtLOVETT'S new frlenda for, more than forty 1'..... Kemp, consisted of Scripture read- Tennllle, Ga., and Mrs. E. L.
They have a nation-wide reputation Mrs. Andrews HostessAt Matthews.
it I wh Ar.r.comm.nddbygrat.fut people tba Ing, the fifth Chapter of KpheHl-
country over. Ak sour ntiykbofDOANS / ans, which was followed: by sentence BridgeLuncheonThe Coca Colas refreshed the guestsas
prayers. they gathered at 10:30: o'clockfor

r "l{ PILLS Bualnesg meeting was called to Andrews home on Kings- the party Give New Life
ley Lake was the scene of a
A. order by Mis. S. E, Sparks, Cir-
,jj j pretty party, Tuesday when Mrs.J. To Old Furniture
h tl}. ;+ cle leader. The minutes of the'! W Andrews Jr., invited friends f r

L -- ---- last meeting were read ,and ap- for luncheon and bridge. Don't discard a chair ll.
1 ld; a proved and the. treasurers
her table because of
Immediately upon guests'anlval or a

,4 r 1, j t'1 is oo weie: the O'nlyYou 17tlVIZt-: : 12.75 members approved.was contributed An offering by the 13 of served a at two high course noon luncheon the hostess at I quick shabby paint appearance.job will A i''

present. The meeting
small tables placed about the living .
; might not need automobile insurance. But the other adjourned and the hostess served room and porch, where they restore a lustrous finish
delicious -yet it is a job +
refreshments.The you
1 also played bridge during the aft
may involve you in an accident next meeting will be with I ernoon/ can easily do yourself.

LOOK INTO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE NOW! Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Gifts for high scores were pren- See our variety of colorful at

_.._ paints today.
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g ; : CHARLEY E.: JOHNS AGENCY Carolyn Callstreet

t'ir PHONE 1 3STAUKE A Complete Line of

t ____________n_. _. __ - and heels too !
({luite.a nice )party at the USO night wearing native beaded jewelry Shoe Repairing At Its Best

Rapraaanllng THE TRAVELERS Hartford las' Friday night . If we could sent to her from Hawaii by

just have forgotten that It was her husband, Major Eugene R. BRADFORD

t for the 'purpose of saying fare Smyth . Polly (Jordan) Hol- BROWNSTEENSHOE

well to Julllus an' Jo Thorn, we ton buck In town to stay , ,
might have had a' good time . HARDWARE COMPANJ.
+ 4 I As It was, we couldn't really enjoy -
M 1r That liamNnnie sailor lad,
'3 i3 ournelvcH for thinking about
a toning them . Didn't let it Dempsey Sapp writes Ills wife I Arrotm From The 1 Post Office B. CARLISLE Managing Owner
that he's now his II
wearing hair
take my appetite however, and
I 1 In neat .
h'lm-just ---- -
's'sf oneeighthof --- -
did real Justice to Mm. Blair's t] ....
an Inch long , Seems that '" ""' I m4
homemade rolls and lemon
pie '
not to mention that sumptuous It's a very popular style with the 1" 1' 'I1II11 VTn'r:I!' ''Ii'I
boys who cross the equator for 'I ,I Ij
seafood platter-- -lobster, shrimp !
1ttf I
the first time .
C.ul an' :Mar I
an' flali!: -piepared by super chef
f Jim Forest . gie Carter Just buck from a most I. j : ''t t
1 enjoyable trip to ,IYCIty , Carl 1 ; I '

soutrra. says It's a service man's paradise -
Tlio excellent tuin-out. In I
with most of the top shows I to
spite of the terrlfflc heat
giving .special matinees for khaki-
t ,teal testimony! to the popularity ;..
t lads reduced rates at night clubs I ,
I Iq It of the Thorn fambly along Call and restaurants and II I
St. Among those present ]I
swarming In the canteens", , ,
glimpsed tall stately 1\II's S. E. "
Certainly sound fascinating , lI
db'w' Pepal'Cola Company Long Island City N. Y. I Hrownlee, adding a. .note, of dignity Think I'll Join the \V ACs and see II ,1'i.,,
to the scene Mona Ca- ,
t'' .4 FranchlNftl Holders l'EI' ICOL.UU'rTLINO CO. of JactoumtHie. If I can ratf\'a__ !l little attention r '
I nova. cool. calm and collected an . -- 0 VQWh 'Sa11R
-- ricer Hugh (sappo) Ingiaman' .
ever in !spite of the sweltering
Betty Cook (Chicago) : .
1 weather, and looking very trim In wed In JVaslilngton, D C, on I f ,.,
rl X Xv
black an1 silver . ,
.t. Spotted
July 29 . :More! details later I I r a r 7
:d /Vftl FreddieVlmbeily( slipping; an extra hope I
:' homemade/ toll to Bobble Turner .
7- ALL and caught Phillip Thorn
Interesting letter thin
sneaking out early In the eVEnIng week
GLIDDEN from Dot (Faxon ,
i ) Hubner
to head for the Church Service -
Quote: "I've seen quite a bit of I
. ,
1 1t Center Love must be awonlel'lul
r the country since I left
thing-to make a fellow :
leave before the lemon pie three months!!! Wo; but I can

I IH served! truthfully nay that Florida Is still )I _
t tA Heaven: My first home after

marrying JImmie walt In Mesa,
I +h 1 ,tI ('ol Mlnlkr: camp provost! mar- Arizona, where* he was stationed

shal, was quite In evidence nt the at Thundeibiid,Field. We moved

banquet wouldn't divulge any to Bakersfield Inear Ollrlule Cal- _

military Focrctn, but did come if., two months", ago and now _
across with a little personal one we're
almost! ready to move again.
-he drinks ten cups of coffee for This time I think it will be Tex I r

iJ breakfast! . Hails from Loulslann. as where he will graduate In ten w-

1'' + x you know, and those, folks weeks and r **lrft,his wings and

1 .Krv.y h.t' really go for their coffee . commission.! AfUr that It's back

s r ;, Glimpsed Jtinlm Smith succumbIng to dear ole Starke for me! If

t to the heat and shedding his Mis. Thelma trooper Is. ntlll

coat between the main course around please tell her that Call-

and dessert . Choppy Beasley fornla is ALMOST as swell as

bemoaning the fact that Mrs. B. she said/ it was!," "17 Babies
4 wouldn't this week and
Tf eat her pie (probably -

watching those calories) and Bee. Alice/ Anderson purchasing
'1 .r oW woulda't let him eat It either! a bottle of Sloan's liniment after

I. 1'A ..xf yJ Learned that Merry Knight, hiking with the Girl Scouts from he hasn't seen his own grandson !V9
N i EA Sr yI mother of four charming children Crystal Lake to Keystone Heights

and currently without maid service the other day t Mrs L. S.

t found time recently to paint Hutto quite overjoyed to hear

t . her dining room! . How does from O. P. this week after no rpoNIC T the Doctor was hoping to finish T'a
Ivy Ofp t she do it'Spotted . word In more than two months J. early, so he could take a two-hour train HIM r B5T. Tell him as clearly whether.1 Mhould
rl'I can vhat't Let him decide
1tI . wrong.
he's at the battlefront trip and snatch a look at bin. new 4daroldgrandson. hi*
rM.a walL'I an' Jotteil: Glen Duke In Prance . Hear WIlma Mc- But no-the phone caught him come to ee you,or you shoulJ go to

home on leave from the Jax AirBase Clane their- and the In boys are back from again.So now he',off to deliver Mrs.Johnson!1'. Co TO DIM whenever you are aLl .IIou**'i1'*
stay the
. Jo and are
Mary Caldwell at take hc
10 the USO dance Saturday night once more with the McClane's. }" Doctors have always Vound'the-clock lou of your doctor's time-tilDe:;
in eke need him urgently.
Lake someone
L'lOl City t'a Understand But may really
wearing an exquisite orchid sent men. since Pearl Harbor with half of '
by "Ed" who's In . that Major T. K:+la at POE buthasn.t our 'c
Italy Martha physicians: in the armed forces KEEP Jo
sailed each civilian YOCB APTOINTMENT promptly
:..c'1 + Landrum back at home after yet . Glimpsed doctor is that
...... parking her tonsils in Jackson- Bessie Davis (Wonder Gift Shop) call more in demand than ever He it on postpone it;male it at his convenience,80

-1 ' ? :W.'NCOMtft.M tf,1irmd and true-poMt ,orbl . ville , Aileen Randall sacrIficIng thrilled no end (this week over today to an average of 1.00 people. he can plan hi.*crowded hours better. "',

becoming grandmother . t
; horn. Wall,'woodwork and I""nl." some perfectly good vacation'honl'S Seems the baby weighed nine Your doctor's minutes may Le lifewvin-r FouovyotAlDOC1onSADvics totltelettrftime |

7 E >' ''tur w{H look.: .better, longer whir $3.85 chair: 'by. spending. Paul Knight'em, In, a quite dentist an!! and a half pounds and was sucha .. too precious to waste. Help him save 80 that your trouLle doesn't drag on,get cow

:SPEIO-WAU'S wt( cofq,.. A yervi Influential guy around NPC studios perfect specimen that nursesat time for people Mho need him urgently, for pleated or need extra attention from h'm''

r ti .c qn if. 0 Per Gallon In New York these days, the Bland Ing: hospital have yourself in an emergency, by remoanhering

k tY r pop call In' on friends along Call nicknamed It "Tarzan"! . Uie e four helpful things when you are ill; _ SAVE YOUR DOCTOR'S TIME IN WARTIMEiCARPENTER'S '" '

TIP Wednesday Ruthle Davis Well . tin<>Ma that about
TOP SUPER MARKET (Mrs. Eddie) still slightly dazzledby winds up the little black book

f 113 E. CALL tiT. ST.\UKE. FLA. that four-carat sparkler she for this time So long . ,
received as a birthday gift See you in the
Margaret' (Pearce) Smyth at nextCAROLYN The Rexall
Drug Store
Fran Peek's party Saturday




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I BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Friends of Joyce Hasklns will Dr and l\frs. .D. S Carroll and I -dill' ) 7 South' PAGE I"lENU'1'i'F3
I I'fOre.
egret to hear that she is confined children, of Jacksonville I,' hiinxee Meridian. ILwal Suld" is Kant' Tnilii) \WIH: W II."IAM'I.' I'Ik I ..I lh.i .> :
are I I Marl 1 .if. liind' I 1",1" Suite* ptM) .rnl, >'otirt fi.i
to her home due to a foot :.spending several weeks at their | Ins ontaliix> 12p1r 1 Hi PPS, Illlll'r1. II-MX 'ih.South, ill hINhlt of. Florida. :N.'ll'f, i III linffliy RlMilt to all
,, .
renlden do
injury. ; .f hi'ieh i.-rtlf\ I''ill llu* whom" If may I'I./\.n/ that I
T. W. Crou- Mlsne.1 Jackie Kingsley Lake cottage. the Suite of Flui,'Ida: I It. A. .. I hi fureiroil have
nut! Mrs. and Joyce Has- 'and i irpi-it; I '" Ix a true tvitlforlKlnal <'n., |.y of the filed mv Klnai At oountlnic In the
are visiting then kins of Keystone Heights had Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards I Sgt. And Mrs Wilson G. Lee Florida.wife 2.LllrllUIreell.iliac II. Slink.i' I' l Notice. of f'iulemnatlonthl" :. KMalP of Mildred: Hl> n llyrrly: :de-I I ;
tuaml a* IlydnItot" .
und I'ron-eillnitH filed In i renteil, and will
:'I W. J. guests last daughter, FmJrlka and Mr. returned( Tuesday from" ney In Fart for, F. l1'inil, 1 KltWIN: latim .. on the ash tiny
11.\1"1"\, Mrs. week Misses Frances Hopewell, Urownlntr I r-u : |It WILL'M' c.l..k .r Sepii'tntii't, *>44 lai. . and Mrs Frank G. Bauknlght of Va., dumber Conipany, 1',1111. I I rmt-'d st IIII.' nutruifli .
Thomas and Sina where they vlaJted his kIt. Florida. I I I'l-ui 11. S.-ntli- JmlKe of "lirndford fotinly,
liraddock of parents ::1. F t' r..ul.| \\HII. IXHirli't . .
of Fl"illv Kloilda. for I .
Jacksonville bin' 111"111"11' |
JrchweliA now living Invvhere Baldwin. Jackie accompanied were week-end guests :'11'. and Mrs. J. A. Lee (tie u. 'I".hl". (ID Thou difend.1 Ol'TVVIA ..r. xald. ,.:..1"'.,. aH .jX cut r
is ).M\ '
rllDPZ of Mrs. W. H. Rill who ore !b.>11".1 1"1111"1': ''' '' '
,. Ala he Is employed I Mills Thomas upon her return truth and 1U1llte Sergeant Lee had a ten day fur- >Hlili>iiiit nf t hi- toll"". In i>f )h."Klorlila niinri 8(dFFICI. |, SKAI.: ) I i i \V P. Walker .
.:aJtsse'' Air Line. home to attend a steak StTuth.Mrs. I lough. unit .HH Invhl.h tits fiillitnliiK'. IH -8.25 4 41-1 1:,
the seaboard+ dance Friday supperand LH S. Hutto had. as week- Miss Carol White returned home Hililrrnvf n tut. nf Hi.I And limi and beet .known
night. ul
"<> nil'
a I ITHr The Hoover Bros. Studio end guests, her brother and s18- Sunday after a visit with friends rlHlinlnir. It).. thriiiiKh or iXTNtitiH under. 1
will be
: CIII'RCI OF GOD I IJ. closet( for the week beginning Ritter ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs E. P. In Baltimore, Md., and near 1Plttsburg. Ih". .'" .. CJrwi'ii.t. It. A,--." n I..and x UI-.MMI.wir The
of Hamlet
Aug. 7th C. Pa. I'linKrvHHiniin from "'lnrl.I,.. llinmo
C II.tRPFat: pastor through Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez haves i i of 1t..r."n'II| (.lv,... 11,1 tiling. \VH..|IliiKton. -
Mrs. Titus Olson will leave to. Bruce Alderman of Baltimore I n. I.'. 8. It. \lhitrhrxd..

10.30 .. m.J Dt..funnl day for Armstead, Illinois, where their guests their daughter. Md., Is the guest of his grand- |Valdosta. tlrorgIn. (c) Tinfol- STARKE
seboul :Miss Jo Martinez I>\\IIK| hont> adilrenMc. DRY CLEANERSand
and Mr. Hre un
oda .r'.Ire. 11:10 .. m.. she will visit her parents. Martinez mother, Mrs G.V.. Alderman J known, .If llvlnir. and If ilm-i-aiii-il.
., eervleea RI sister Miss Rose Martinez 1 their unknown Itwlrx, grxmroe. Or-.
FAnnaelletla: 'both Pfc. Harold A. (Buddy) Bishop j vlnf-i-R. iirfniiniil
.d.,1 : of
Tampa. I rsprseenhMlves' or r
Ilnluln" I 1'oaap( People., Jr., who I II RMwIinift. w IIOHIHitilrpnitiH.
mill Prayer S r"lc. 10 CHECK% R I IAl Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and daugher spent a furlough here j j k")0': t'. pawl: ,you are arp cinnmandPil un-
.. visiting his
od' parents- Mr. and LAUNDRYIs
Mrs.H. to he mid .
In unlforPI -11 wed- Kathleen left last night for niippnr 'In or bnyN .... A. Bishop! returned to hisArmy I'nltnl Hlntp IXntrlft "'0111'1 for
1DAYS arl
.dnr. .l sl3a: p. "' IN Texas where they will duties the Southern ltitrlft of Florid, ,
last week, and has Ht JnrkHonvlIlp,
spend two weeks with Lt. Scan- "Klorlitn on tits
FIEIttn0DY:| I1.CONF1puar Ian. been transferred from Camp list ililv.. : of AniriiKt A. H. I'M4'! l..>, AW Prepared To Service Flat Work{
o. ".lahnnrdIlrpol 666 your wrllll'n1111111
C.Nt I or" antr. -
bh'As taste Crowder, Mo., to a In .. .
1L t'J..I.. street Mrs. K. G. Duncan returned camp. cc plihpr In .r..on nr t h y inloriii'y.
un Pennsylvania. and to how' w lint, right Bundles
Liquid" for Malarial, Symptom Wednesday from Rochester. Minn., title or, Intf-ri-Kt, von hnvior. ,'.lgimIIn Quicker Than In The rest
where she visited her husband a O. L. Beasley has returned i j ] have In sold tiropprtv. ami ,to
home I show riiiix why It nhnnM, not Intakpn
after -
patient In the Mayo Clinic. Mr. spending several daysIn 1 for the IIHPH and .purpnee.. i inot ,
Duncan expects to remain there Tampa on a business. trip I j forth In said |>-llt'Ion. and I thin
WE you are not to omit upon the
for an additional 8 or 10 days Miss Amy Moore will leave on i ppnnliy. of l being hiirrpil of nil)

TIMBER DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternbergeturned Thursday for Chicago for a Jo'I'I.(1( 'stein landj and and of Inti-r having.,nt' In jndKin,.and! to,nt cold lvpf Bundles Adding Up To '

CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Monday from a DAytona Meeting of the Supreme Forest 1 <| ..iilt .n.r.1 l HgiilnM' You WITNKSS -

Beach vacation. Woodmen Circle State Managers mv hand and offlrlal milt. ,of .50 OR MORE
FERNANDINA. FLA. I till' 'i-onrt,; thin i1.. :.lint day of July r
Mrs. W. P. Randall and child- and District Managers who werequota A P 1944.htr1VIN .

ren left Friday for their home In makers In the campaign I R. AVIT.MAMH.: Mprk. Rates Are As Follows:

---- - - - Nnrfnllr Vn iiftAt a rat ...lth ending July 1."' i ,1'nltpd stntpR lilHirlct I'uurt, Honth'prn
nintrlvt of .
the former's I: ; ; i ithr.; J: it!. Al i II I HAIlOl.n H.Klorldiil *
varez. IN TUB tJNITIil! / 8TATKS HI IS- 'Clerk. nAUIt0"1'1) Sheets! .. -_..______ _..07.01

REASONABLEchargell Mrs B. A. :TKU'T THIOT: : 1.t?..rH.I.mTJ1:; :; .1 lttI1\f1:; \: ; I I I1I'l'A1'I'S John 1P. n..ll. ISIS Pn r licit. think s Pillow Cases . ..
Pope, Jr., of Auburn : OK : i uldlnir.. ,Iiifkiionvllli, 2, ..1.1.. : ._. .._ ..__ I .
: Ala., came Saturday to v. 1200 Acrm of IVIItlunt-r. I' Of ''..lIn..1 for I'e/t/"loner. I J.:.>- *'
inure or leva Tcwcls, bath _
_ __.0:1:
attended with the finest of sin- pend two weeks with her par- in Uradfurtl County. Slats ot Flor -

cere Serving bring to us the favor and nts, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- No.ida. a24 It -A..I' flVIU tlr..u.1 .NOTIt'K.t a I., Itpff-mlnntii.(IF. OON-. *1' Towels, hand _- .02

friendship'; the> great communities kins at their summer home on DAMNATION I'HOCKUDINOS. TO ...
1nvqley Lake Another visitor WHOM IT MY: I'ONOKHNWIIKIIBAM. I IWY {WAR BONDS! Towels, kitchen _ _ .01
which we serve n frlltlni fur "'""n-
of the Adklns at this time Is damnation him been filed on AUK- lied l.lhPln <. Table Cloths' .. ...15Bundles t'4Ytiy

'. ...1 b Mills Frederlka Edwards, a niece, I tint I'nlted Lath StatpM 1843 DlHtrli-t, HH umt-nilpd.: Court for In the the: I .h Light llndrrlrnIntnliiMT :

";j ,f Jacksonville.Miss I the Southern t'nltetl JJIntrlft Stale. of of Kltii-liln, liy ('..r.J.* : I
Idalou Davis returned last fltlonpr against. I the DEWITT C. JONES Friday after a six weeks visit hereinafter named .n.1 '
I allY and all persons whose naniea' ,r I1o141r l W'..rm.-rlluo .
with buss Catharine Noltman in are unknown. to the , I LESS
Petitioner' THAN .50
Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE .. Tkrrm lint Matrr llrntrm
Highlands and Anhvllle, N. C., claiming or who may claim to |
have 11 n Intel-put In or H Kvnerulor ('..1'' ('..rr... Milker. .
I and with Mrs. F. W. Lee, Jr.
SERVICE Mil-rifle ll>n .upon.. the real I .
''n Spartan burg. S. C. property dpHcrlhed 1 In Maid petition. Slln tuner MnkrmHtlnmlnil .
or tiny part tberpof 1' Sheets ___________..10't'1'
I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. by through" fnrtln --------------
Matthews i or 'under liny ,,of the hereinafter i '
Phone 7 and children moved Tuesday Into, I' named puiti-'Hl, air any of: them, llmllonlfnnn wispUr.4 ." Pillow Cases =
I Includliiir. I the hunliundii.. Wiwi', ---------r _______.05SUGGESTION w
I their cottage at Klngsley Lake. I wldow'H, denrendantH. helmatlaw, ."lnorl.renl l.nmim
STARKE, FLORIDA C. H. Nasworthy was In Jacksonville expcutont, KiiiirdlaiiH, admlnlxtrutorx 'I'lllilr l.nmpw
dovlMeeii, tefcatepM and ,rreill-
.. .. Wednesday afternoon and l torn, If any, of Hald perHomt and I Hut ('i.|'"
was accompanied home by Mrs. 1! the lretoiH mill stockholder. It rug! Ili..llr. .
any of the Hiild nnd
Nasworthy, 'who has been a hosoltal the. TriiHlepH theieof, It Hald iorporatloiiH Pull fhnln D.Miklr Tni. 5..cke4.F'hmrr.rrnt FOIl I'OST'AK]\ PLANNNG
patient there for the past be dixKolveil, I the KiiinteeH a
llenorn, aNHlirnei-H. I Miirt-vKHorH A In..nnd..rn.
NAT SEZ: two weeks. I or next of kin of any of the milddefendimtH light llulbM
( Pvt. W. H. Hart of Fort Meade hereinafter named, or
their predecpHHor-n. In.. interest or of All T> pmlrlnw ltr,l.! .es .
Our American boy are advllric- :Md., la upending; a short furlough i any person. or ,pemonit. dextrin any I I I.lint. liut lint lr....(-Hiid, Inrrtl BUY: BONDS' : '
at his home here. Mrs. Hart Interent In or lien upon or title .. I
ing NO fart In France that, I don't to the mild real) property or nny lest
who has spent the past few I part thsrrn4 by through or from" |
,( have lime to learn how to pronounce months near Ft. Meade, will now th..m..r any of them I and lists I,
< respective hnshnnds. .. wives. . WINliLJ.UELECTHIC I
( the name of CIne of those' remain In Starke. | wlduwers, and their and! nil WI..W"// *
n1 CCPNnn rn In t1Ur and '
Fiend town before thrj've goneon Miss Nlkl Papageorge; of the I of whom and gins u... SERVICE

somewhere ci..e. Smfly would Park Theatre, left Monday for IT.all| .." of renldPiuiare. unknown I!
petitioner. by whlih petitioner, i ithe >.
like to be In on that little tea Tarpon Springs where she will trotted Stuli; H of AiinTliapriiycd : I I yI
when spend a two week vocation wither h for vninli-mliatlon..,. . Uioilproper -
party the first American I entnpenx,1Ilun i for tinUHI
parents. i.f IIHI United :Stati-M of. Ainerlrii.In .. \
t boy ''meets the first IlUHNiiin. lad Those from SIR rke'who attended i-onnei'tlon wllh thie.iiiMI..h ,

In Berlin, a few weeks from now the funeral of Edgar Compton'n j I -r..n meat or.h, : Itlfln.. Annv Itnnne Alrfl.-lfl, for, <. .. III- i, l4'bN

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoonvere Itnidford' ;Conniv" .. ;.--Florldn; ; ; ,,i, "..i.i'I I j ij r I
such other u-'x na ,mav .lie niitlioiIzrd ,
...... r .. .... .. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, l bV t-'oniri-Hx or l by I'xf"itttn '
T i'., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs.r. Order the follow IIIK deii-rllird, '. Inmlixltuate -
In Ira4rordonly; t'Inrhut.
B. Sapp, Fred Siipp and J. B. lo-wlf: All/ of. I Ihnt Ira.'t .it. ,
New Arrivals. Rowe.( liind. ) lyllltc In lh- Hlati-' ..r Florid' i. |
I'onnty of Itnidford. "'Ing inor-- '
Jack Halle returned home Sun- 1IIIrIleH/ln'ly/ ili-w rllied. if follow '
MKVt, Hi-i-tlon II. and l-'j: >'t 1\1.-\ 0
lay after a two weeks vacation lion, H, and Hi.K'u' Nr 'lion "I t
''- spent with relatives In Tampa W .4 of\V4.' SutIon: ; 2'4. V'y; of W '>;? '
ill feillon 13 'mid' 'the VV'j of KW'i''
and Miami. of Sei-tlrin I-, till 1 In Township| v ,
South Itanirr2 ,l-Iaxt: TallahiiHxeiMnrldlnn -
Mrs. H. F. Smith of Bellview : Also the, Southa feel FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY .
CUTEFROCKS and Mrs. Ethel Warren of Ocala of Section 2'1. Townxhlp. 7 SoOlh.Itantre 1 1
22 K: from. wherri
n" a point
visited Mrs. I.. S. Hutto severallays i the south I In" of enld snrtlgn ,IntiTMoi'M -
y A l lrydy last week. They returnedo StillMlKhwav' No 2:.

y"1 f : their respective homes Friday. I piixtWHid( of sold to S'-the..tlon went 21: nil edtriof In TownK.KA&thiJKVi -- GARY SUN TAN LOTION 89c t;

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f l PAGE SIX I 1.95 acre, more or less and situate minute" 40 se/l"
1 1Id k:' 1 Bradford County, Florida. distance of 1111 r
/ ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . THEATRES GIFTSSAVE TRACT In :NO.: :2 PARCEL, "H": All or curve: I then, \;: d ro
TO FIND IN STARKE part of the SE3U of NIot 08 minute 00( ,
WHAT\ --- that r
: Section 2, Township 8 South Range left having a "rod!
Pine Level Sampson CityBy 22 Kaxt, lying within BO feet of a for a curve dint 1", t,
DIRECTORY center line described an follow: to the point .f f
.I TIME CONSULT THIS Starting at the N10 comer of Section hI' line or th, y
Mrs II. M. MrRae Louise Varnea South, flange way or the ...
\ Uexcept
t'4 By Township
i '' . . . . . . . .. . SHOPPING 22 East, thence South 00 degrees8o 1 that parr 'Ih ,
FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP minutes 00 seconds Kant alonMT In the rIKhl-.r ,.
I'I I :';' xald Section :1 k F. Railroad 'I,
CENTER line of "
F. P. Jones and daughter, Miss AND RECREATIONAL the ( of land ,
I : {: Rev. W. E. Hall of Milliardfilled Louise Jones are visiting In this -- fur the a pointaof beginning.. ; thenceSouth or less. conlahll1f and h. I I':t I-

dl \ .' his regular appointment at for few days.. . . I AMUSEMENTSStarke TRAIN SCHEDULE 64 degrees :27 minutes 40 County Florida ,
vicinity a .. . . seconds Went for a dlxtanoe of .OH.:. you II"" ,
i, ,:(' Pine Level Church Sunday morn- Mr. ant Mrs K. D. Jones and local agent: foi lilt.S3 feet to a point vt curve; and appear In th.Distract ,
(4e with a large con- Amusements T. J. Griffin along a It degrees 06 minutes Court lu, til'lslrlct
: *log and evening Pierce River thence
Miss Louise Jones of Ft. New
i > the Seaboard Air Line, announce! 00 second curve to the left It Florid", M
; ,, 1 i I \r ,M' gregation. He and Mrs. Hall were were )in Jacksonville Friday on 9 the following I having a radius of 5tO.l! feet for .F'lorlda em thr11 t; ,' "1
dinner guests. of :Mr. and Mrs. business By the H 'h,N>l I FOOD that effective July I a. curve distance of 860.98 feet to A. D. 1941. by flit F I
, t . . . . +. train schedule went Into effect: the point of ending on the renterline claim or answer r
,rf R. R. CrOt W. Camp Diner O. S.' & F. Railroad; said right title or 1"1. r vl
j Carter and son, of the
:Mr. Henry I visiting In Jacksonville. Her lit Don't forget services at the< SouthboundNo. parcel or strip of land containing claim In or to -5,,,,, art
i J., and Mrs J. A. Carter, all of tle daughter JoAnn returned Snack Bar 1.79) acres, more or less and beingIn to ('auae Wh, ) old
11:40 m. .
I Church Sunday morning 1 due Starke p. '
Baptist << EX- be taken ror th. u;
friends Bradford
u : I \ Live Oak were visiting home with her Saturday after by the pastor Rev. Truby Par Franks Fine Food No. 191 due Starke 11:12: p. m. : .i ltImn-IO within: the set fot'th In Mild 1 PI'ed. 't" mrp?
I here Tuesday week there. rght-ofnwaYaof the a. H. &: F. and this you tm.t
spent a "
having .
9:38 m
Starke : a '
> rich of Alachua. Milligan's Grill No. 107 due TRACT :NO.: 3 FAKCKL upon penalty of /h. r
;'y;: t\1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Alford and Mr. and Mrs Jim McCullough Railroad that part of the SW"4 of all claim and gnu r
Andrews "C"! All :
of I Mr. and Mrs Rudolph ;; ;: 2, Township S 8ald lands. sod
{ children, Herbert and Mary were In Lake Butler Sunday vlu- NorthboundNo. NEIt of Section and I /
and son Rudy were visiting In South Uantf 22 East lying within ment by default rud
Ocala were visiting Mrs. Ellen itlng relatives. Gainesville last Monday. GIFTSGislain's 2 due Starke 4:45: :: a. m. 60 feet of a center line dencrltied you. WITNESS II,' '(a,,
Starting at the fldal seal of
Lowe and family recently. follow: thin
returned to an
, Ellen Lowe and boys spent Matthew McKinney Carl Nettles and son Elber ] No. 192 due Starke 5:20: a. NE corner of Section 2, Townxhlp 10lh day of July A
(" hU baKe In Delancl Saturday after Butler No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p. 8 South. Range 22 Eaxti. I thenceSouth EDWIN n. WIl.l ?
3 .i" Sunday with her parents. Mr. and were In Lake Thursday p :Wonder Gift Shop 00 degrees SO minutes 00 United States DIMtt "

;l' \ :t i Mrs. W. R. Alford of Macclenny. spending a furlough here visiting m. Starke and Bell BranchNo. Seconds East along the Kant line ern 1..trl..t of FIll, "IllOFFICIAL.

ut Mrs. Alford in In III health and with his parents, Mr and Mrs Mrs. Jessie Andrews of Jacksonville MILITARYSUPPLIES of said Section :2 for a distance of ( SEAL)

1 t'o:: we hope to see her well again Carl McKinney and family Is visltllng friends and 101 leaves Starke 7 a.Bell-! I 1041.63 feet to the point of beginning 27- I Ry it. Marie Tuck.. It-
from 7-28-41-8-18
and No. 102 arrives thence South 66 degrees
'.1.,1 soon relatives. here and at Lake Butler .
1 1:50: p m., daily except Sundays I
e ( .I\+ yll :Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Snpp and at Pine Level next Sunday August for a few days. Store --
; with basket dinner. Everyone Mrs Julia Johns was visiting Ben Suslow's Army
i children, Mrs. T. N. Norman and 6, a
.e ; 1 :- $: son Gerald of Hcllbronn Springs Is invited. in Ralford Sunday p. m. Her C Islam'sP. ] IN TUB l-'NITKO:: : STATES r>ISTHICT -

r ,16 11-'/ t were visiting Mr. and lira. II. M. Mr. and Airs II. H. Lewlt had mother Mrs. Mary Whiteheadhas S. Stores IMHTIIK'T COrilT FUJI OF TIIK FI.OIIMJA.fXITKD SOUTHKIIN : I ,' JUST for

y McRae Sunday afternoon. as. guests through the weekend been 111 for some time. Shafkin'sThe : STATKH OF AII- HlCA'1

'ycl <(< We are glad to learn that Mrs. Mrs Alice Crosby of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Nettles ol 1'etlttoner.VH- 4.10 ; 1
, i \ Susie MyrIck la Improving after Mrs. Emma Mott and Mr, and Winter Haven were visiting IN HiiAiiFmtD, COUNTY: STATE
? several Illness.Mra. Mrs Bishop Thomas and children and Mrs Carl Nettles and son. OK FUlimtA( A.NI WALTKK::: K,
+ days
> No.
i" SIHI.KY.: HT: AIj.
I ,I''y' Allen Hall and children of Brooker.Mr. Elbert Thursday.The 0-.l-CI VII.. NOTICK' OK CONDEMNATION I I
t ; 'i{ Health Nurse of Bradford PKOI-KKIHNI1H.<< ' : TO AI.L
returned to their home In Jacksonville and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and school C. Smith GardnerTHEATRES WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN AN1>
1'1 visiting our
children and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby County was The following persons who
:,, \ Thursday after spending TO: (a) r
She found very renlflentH of I the State of Florida
last Tuesday. are STARKE
\ Paul
I'' a few days with her parents!, Mr. were visiting Sgt. and Mrs. bad tonsils 01 I : 1. (Clark of Circuit Court
and Mrs. H. M. McRae. 'Norman at Starke Sunday after few Florida sores Hrmlforil County. ftark, Florida. ;:
I bad teeth. She plans on visiting FL( 'ItIOA, folIate of: SpeHMitrcl U
'' Mm. II. H Lewis returned homeI Florida Holland, month.
e f noon.Mr. each school once a of'
after two weeksat : and Mrs. Ekstlne Poole and Florida, S. R. A. Gray Secretary AmusementsTEMPLE
Friday upending Miss Eloise Johns and M. L Park State. THllahaMHfe, Florida,, 4. J.
Fort Myers with her slHter-ln- daughter, Doris of Lake Butler Edwin L..r"on.Olate Treasurer, I
I; .;. law Mrs. Opellu Moore. were visltnlg Mr.... Ellen Lowe Jr. have returned from a Ritz Tallahassee. .Florida 5. J.f] ,. Lee.. o
I' weeks vacation. They spent twc Comptroller? Tallahassee, Florida
''I ) There will be an all day service Sunday evening. and one II, Nathan Mayo Commlnnlnner of
weeks In Springs TAVERNSBlanding
, Agrli-ulmro, Tallahassee, Florida : AVENUE
week In Tampa and Clearwater 7. Colin l'nIfJlMh.Ou..rlnlenllent: of

1:1: Beach. They report a very nice Center Bar Public 8.Inxlrurtlnn J. Tom Watson, Tallahassee.Florida AttorneyGenera I One Block

) Bob's Tavern {, Tallahassee; Florldn: 9, /l From USO-NCCS
time.Mr.. and Mrs Johnny Douglas J. Kdwln Larson state Treasurer, -
Jordan's BarTheresss TnllHhai.Bf, Flnrldn. 10. J. M. rx>c,,
; and children Lowell and Ernest: ,, Comptroller Tallahassee. Florr.(; T
REFRESHINGDrop of Brooker were visiting Mr. and II. Walter S. Sltiley '.h..r..MH. FlorIda TI

Mra. C. E. Andrews and family . . . . . . Street I 12., St.J. PetprHhiiiHFl A. Stewart 1125.... 13.- Tax 4th I GAMES AND RIDESFOR

Sunday. f'ollector Florida.', Tnt'HTKRS ItrRilfnnl; County of Internal I

,',.1 Miss Helen Throp of Tampa Is. Improvement Fund of "State of

tl'\;" .i 'J', \ spending, a few days vacation with Florida: ,14 Tallahassee Spexdard, J'-Florida 1I011and.nov..rnnr. 15.l, YOUNG' and OLD

,.:''l' "' I 1V1 I .! :Miss Mr.Eloise and Mrs.Johns.Carl Nettles and . .Hy. Miss. .Ida. lIagan. . . .1. Kilwin. ...Larson... .'lorl
", ,1 ;t Comptroller, Tallahassee
son Elbert were visiting In Ral 17. Nathan :Mnyo Comrnl."lol1l'r ofAirrliultiire
Mr. and Mrs Leon Thomllnsoi '
Florida IIII, I.IlIIIIIIl41111YIIl0IIiIllllIIIIIItu. Iln'I'r"'' Ilaalll Il udIIIulwilluIuIaIIIIIIulIlalNl llluall
, I II' r ford and Midway Sunday. .
and baby and Mrs. Egell of Jacksonville IS., .1. Tom Watson Attorney (hen.e'ral
Mrs. Reddish Andrews and visiting their Tallahassee. Florida, 19. Turpentine
II IIJ were par
H\'i'\ Maxine and Gall and St Rosin Factors, Inc<< At-
daughters emu Mr. and .Mrs. R. M. Hersey. 'I' tenor National Dank Hid*., JackKimvllle -
Mrs. Jessie Andrews were visiting FIOI'I ,: \ 7ti 7y 7 recently. w hose. addresses,' are
]\fl'. and Mrs. T. M. Rlherd In persons
f f If living I and If deeai Miss Annett Cotliren of Ala unknown'
I \ { Lake Butler Saturday p. m. their unknown: helm, grantees, dovlxeefl :

t:1,: .. t in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot After. The farmers who attended the chua Hall this was! week-end.visiting MIss Marjorie assigns. personal whose names reprexentatlven. and addresses or I1'2verffto4 '

opening of the tobacco market are unknown: 20. Walter S. Slbley, t 3
: t : 1\. :,;j noons and see' if your temperature doesn't drop about Monday in Lake City were: Frank Miss Hazel Packham and niece, 21, J. Stewart: 22. U A.A. Wynn Wlnn.WMKHKAS '
r L ., t sometimes I known HM Ij.
I Albert Jackie, were visiting her parents)
:Merrltt, Ira Merrltt ronilem-
: 'I A few minutes of pleas.fl a petition for
i :: I 10 degrees at the first sip. Moody, Jim Yarborough Rev. C. this week-end. nation hAM been filed on the 17th
: i?",I : ant relaxation] will send you back to your work with C. Butler C. E. Andrews and son. Miss Martha Horn of Hampton I day: of 1)ec'ember on the ,17th A. day T). J of 43 July asamended ,

.t.{. ,, Gene Russel Green Herbert Is upending a few days with Ruth A.niwtrlct T). 1944 Court In for the the United Southern Stilton I :Jaltinf

i renewed vigor.t Parrlsh and Evln Slkea Sibley. niHtrlc-t of Florida. by the t'nlted fy
f fl : ofrn..rh'n.. petitioner,
1 Pvt. James Eldridge of Camp of
tl )Mrs.\ Alice James Miami IB against the ahove named defendants 1-
"'; ,! \ ', Blandlng spent the week-end with I visiting her brother D. J. Phil!- praying for condemnation, upon
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and several months. proper compPiTxallon, for use to
t i l' Ips for "rovhle for H railroad ppur trackfor ABOUT
( ,; : He has the Paratroopers
family. Joe H. Kelsey S 2-c of Fort r an Air Corps station: and forrelated I
ril' .
and will leave for six : military purposes, ti> be
I Lauderdale was visiting his parents used In connection with tho extaMlBliment -
weeks training at Ft. Denning in Air
J Ji LCL'S TAVERNBob ? Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey'thl; of the Keystone
a few days. After this he will ; Stippf>rt Command Base, Florida
week-end. and l for such other tiara u" maybe
have a short furlough at his homeIn authorliieil by ('onlfr...." or lyHxecutlve
Jones Mgr. Alabama, then leave for oversea This. community was sorry to Order of the following
lose the Cochran family, who described liindx, Hltuate In Bra d-
r duty. furl, County, Florida, tovlt: j
1'k't I Mrs. Jeff Perry and Mr. and moved to Unadilla, Ga., last week, I, 'I'nt"r:0: 1 \nCEIj: "A". All
r We. send them the best of wishes that part of the :NK'4: of the NE'i
1 '
1 'k'r Mr. H. perry and I children of of Section 2 Township H South
\ Hampton were visiting Mr. and in their new home. Hanire 22 Rat. dexc-rlhed, an being
II t7ined
foot of
a loo strip land extendingfrom
:: ; Mrs. J. S. Snowden, Sunday. The Fifth Sunday Convention I the Kimt: line of *nl l forty ,'I
I HaBud Bud Johnson spent the weekend of the Christian Churches was ''In a Southwesterly direction to the '
} Smith line of xald forty and -heliitcS "
riJ : In Lake Butler with his sister held at Graham. Quite a number' feet at right angles on each
Mrs. Lois Green. I of folks from here attended and side. of and/ parallel to a center I
bile and nalil renter line extended.Said /
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and they; state that there was a large center line l la described anfollowx :
) children Joe and Helen were visiting crowd present to hear some very : Beginning at a point on
\ I ho Rnxt line of said Section 2,
I, " Mr. and Mrs! Jerald Adkins good speakers. I mill point being located South 00
1;," / _v3 and family of Hampton Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Beck and Mr .rU'irreen so minutes Kant: 1011.US( 4J

rAI R'" I Sgt. Seeber Moody: of West rhomat and Mrs. Dees were In :, Ol\hl feet from xertlon the: Northeast thence from corner said of J ,9 to 9 Daily

) t I" Palm Beach was home on a ten Melrose Wednesday ![ imlnt of beginning South 6* degrees Restaurant t t Hours: Except Tuesday
'. ,: '. : 87 minutes 40 seconds 'V"Rt S71.SS ;
, h day furlough. HU furlough was feet to a point on the South liner ,,, ,, ,, , , , ,
1 : W' I I r) mild of JIIulIII,"', '" ?1'1"' "''I,"'1111'''III "VIII I+"I I' I'' '''II_Lniii' int.imiiiiinnmnHihiniiitNiH'inuiitiiiii'' ''''' '' '' I"",11'' """"'''''1111 '
\.... ,,1"" } suddenly interrupted by returningfor turned from a visit with relativesIn X1-314 NE'4 containing "
lb ''
: ti' I"" 'I, duty. But for his good luck Lakeland.Mr. I T
'I.t I"
he is now stationed at Camp ? ,
\ 'f t ant Mrs. Jay Moody were
.. I
!, I :.. I:, Blanding. In Jacksonville Saturday NEXT THING TO RAIDING THE : i
,J J Those who attended the Fifth c.,
:. Iceland
.J Pvt. Bud Moody Is in

I .('>k Pir'" tl tlREAL 1 _ Sunday Meeting at Water Oak it this time. He Writes friends FRIG1DAIRE AT HOME, IS TO 41
f., "HE-MAN
a %' ; Baptist Church were: R. R. An- that he hopes to be home for
drews on Saturday, Mrs. Mona EAT AT THESNACIc
:,;j fOJ f\\ Wiggins and aunt Mrs. Jessie Christmas dinner. Bud has been
; l overseas for almost a year.
11, 1 (i''J'k i t Andrews of Jacksonville and Mr. Several white men aa well as

n''l' and Mrs. Emory Johns on Sun- olored, have been busy for the .
BAR ls
: : HAMBURGERS had nice meetingand
; : : day. They a cast few weeks loading pulp wood

f ; fine dinners and cross ties. These forest products I
Miss Ida Merrltt recently re-
tt1'3' 'A,I & were cut from a tract of SPECIAL BKKAKFAST


lemons of Ralford. This land WITH

STARKE ooks somewhat vacant since several \Ve think \ve Fluffy Sour CreamPumpernickel

\ HOT DOGS TRANSFER car loads have ]ready' been Farm Fresh Salad nerve tho biggest Bread
Tasty Sandwiches
I '
. hopped ildetrack.and more waiting on the Fresh Buttermilk anil coffee bent in cup town.of Fresh Rolls.

Iced Fruit Juices TAKE O('Y -
: Local And M. F. Wiggins and Lester Mc- Drop In and sea' TO

: $ ?ullotgh were business visitors inacksonville what you think!tlOTKt

)r ( Long Distance Friday.Mr. DAVIS I : BLDG. CALL STREET STARKE .

: ) . rl. M ILLI GAN'S GRILL Hauling vIsiting. and In Mrs.Gainesville Emory Johns Friday.were -

I E. A. Sapp G. W. Andrews and
"d R. R. Andrews were In Jackson-

: CALL ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS Phone 179 rllle, Monday. 1R

t tit I Mrs Julia Johns la visiting In
: :
ill .,: : I Ocala) this week. She Is the

} 7lII1,V.jL", ,,, :4u.W.IYIIwu, ,..,'..xUlhl' 'dl.dluaudlW. ', ,' .,."...""....I III,WIIIYIIIaI1W1', IWWWYIIII511WIIYWWa\ 'uU11I i ;'uunuuww.", ,,,iliuwIWlauuwuslolWU1NYIWIU--. ,.. "" ..' "' adAUUINWIwNwWIUIIAIIWIyliumlustnl, .' '. ,,, mUHWiWWWrl, grandmother of a new daughter ,ratrsassssss...-0-; ,. a.lps.e istt11r1 >> ,
f -. =. "*": _
Mrs. Wilbert -
born to Mr. and -

Soldier Mann recently '

Hey was glado
Mrs Dempsey Sapp
,1 hear from her husband this

I reek He is on a merchant supply SHAFKIN'STHE
.hip from New Orleans to unknown

destinations. It was Inter-

tI N-E-W DISPLAY I I sting to our school boys' to know

bout all the boys on the ship
?I OF k 11 having their hair cut down to STORE
a ,
ne-elghth of an Inch when they

: ) FLORIDA I SOUVENIR I GIFTS e I rosscd mother! time said the not equator.six to hear weeks from Dempsey's semed him.along ALL SOLDIERS KNOW

A7'1 Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns.

:; 1 Jetty Sue Alvarez and Mrs. Alvarez -

Atf&iS&y'w Gislain9sNext I .Ir.. Ruth were Faulkner visiting her in daughter the Ala- ENUF SED !

__ hua Co. Hospital Monday p. m.

t Next to Koch's Drug Store I Ruth; Is recuperating very nicely
4 rom an appendicitis operation on Jewelry Gifts Uniforms

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E.tplail' Budget ( FOOD I: sea, ,.r HE'4'' NH ..if, SXVV.. of SKi.. Numi
.tpaSES in the sup- Clay Hill AMUSEMENTS 1 L I TAR Y SUPPLIES I I ,,>?' t"t 1. .III.'M.TV 1'p n mol S 'Ior H. JS I U'MHNiitn K. lonlulnIIIK I ,Icnos'n, In which a..RtcJ. Un- ,

pose' -nance budget for inthuh aeaeeaed. .: L'u- All nf ald property bring In the
Ino m9"? will be fly Pvt. Luru BurlCl'I'tslUa"e1l -- I 1,""",'" i ouiity of Kradford, Mtatu! gf Flor-

fISCal \'*,' 1944-45 School Board Field, Ala. Daytona |r. e . . . I . . . . . ,','\'lIfh-al. No. !e0, Year ot UMiiiiini' Ida Unless! ",u'l.rllll."I... or cartlflcatei tl:
t I' the : 'I AUII'IIMt 4, A. I' 1911. shall be redeemeil '
ntO befonda' . . . . Ih.\.I\.tI.| .n of .property Hlk 13. j
pec11LI "ubllC! meetingao . . Arthur Wilkinson was In the hospital Woodlawn I Graham Templi-M. Addition tn Slarke 8">-. such to l law< rurtlfli-ate the property or rertlflrate described' will In i

) Aug. m' Mrs. Tommle[ Hunter of Camp at Jacksonville before I I 2<., .Twp 8. *! It 22 KName I h.. mild tn the hlKheRt hhldor .atthM
No.1 writes that l left, but is By Mrs. Myrle Kafun In which im"e nedt'n: iwmrt. house door on the alert(
she recently en- getting stronger now. I By :\lrl't.' T. L. known.
. . . Mondiiv In lh month of September .
Joyed visit A nice letter e . .
a with her sister In from Mrs. Wlm-1' e III c.rttru-nti< No. 21 Year of !.- A. D 1944.
Gainesville. berly and Beth. HiniiixAiiitUHt 4. A. D 141! I Dutftd. this July 19th., A. P. 1)44. ,t
She said her There will be services at the Mr. and Mr. Loin M, '. 10. 11. U, 1.1, 14, 15 of I I A J. THOMAS, (l-lerk iTT Circuit
Dora Johns has been canning oldest son and wife are at the I and Mrs. Carl Ilk 1 14 Tempi.. Addition to tjturkn.: I Court of Bradford County,
l a lot of vegetables University of Florida working ona Woodlawn Baptist Church each'I Jones have announced the marri Sfi21, Tw.( I 8. I M, It 1:., I I'-lorlili. 7Jlt8ll
/ Sunday. Sunday School at 10:30a. : age of their
Master's to
[ Carter says her dad Degree. She spent
Louie Carter, Is busy pulling: fod the week-end with them. m. and morning services at Russel Starling on Saturday July I JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'SEA.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brlnaon of young peoples' meeting at 29th in Starke. Both Mr and
der.Rev. 7:30: p. m. and evening servicesat Mr.
Hugh have Starling are employees of
Wester has moved from entertaining their PI
IIOur 8 o'clock.
the Taylor place to Ralford[ daughter. Jo from Charleston. Come and bringsomeone Camp Blanding. They are going H-E-R-E

Catherine writes that she hatedto They took Helen Sue, Pete's little with you. to' occupy an apartment tn the

leave the Clay Hill school.A daughter, and drove up Into Those from here who attendedthe home of Mrs Clyde Strickland. a IP YOU LIKE HOME COOKING
associational Mrs Clyde Strickland
sweet letter from Sade Carter Georgia meeting at Kls- and baby W
slmmee last week-end. were Mr. daughter have moved back to '' CJPO
Emory Brinson
She gave me a drinking says she Is having !
typhoid shots, and Mrs. Lewis Refuse and I their home In Graham :Mr. Strick
glass as :a going-away gift and a getting ready
to daughter, Loca, and Mr. Commodore land Is being transferred from his[ I I
girl[ 1 broke it while I was at Ft. go away to Boarding schoolat !
Breakfasts Oglethorpe. I couldn't help but Montv rd Crews, Miss Ronumae and station In Mississippi' I CHILI uHOT DOGS

The l letters I receive are the I Maggie Manning.Mrs. Fifth Sunday services were, held to

are something: cry.Joy Wilkinson Is taking music biggest event In my every day I i Rachel Browning spent at the Christian Church last Sunday SANDWICHESOUR

to crow about! lessons In Starke. She writes so keep them coming. Everyone''' several days last week in Jacksonville morning and evening. Dinner 0:: SPECIALTY. "

Also that Kathleen and J. C. Nolan who reads this and has time with her sister Mrs. C. was enjoyed on the grounds. ,
please write to me. I promise to C. Norman who has been very Pfc. and Mrs. Vernon Dyal of ffi OUl tat Next IfcMir To Western' I'nloii e t

&&HORT ORDERSserved answer every letter.-Pvt. Lura ill. the Army Air Base.!' Lake Charles !

L. Burgt'RII-A411286. WAC Sec- Mrs Lewis Rafuxe was visiting La., arrived Monday to upend, a JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'SThrough '

from WE tion D. Hq. EFTC, 2100 AAF In Jacksonville last Monday. l furlough tlves. with friends, and 1't'1/-1 I

m. to9p.m. e Base Unit Maxwell Field, Ala. ,
99. Rev O. J. Raulerson spent W..dnesllay The condition of Mrs, Annie K l , '- - .
night at the home of Mr. '. . ..
Featuringthe Ward still
SELLHIGH CUTS: l1.UKSI.S'S1tn.I.: : remains unimproved.Also .
and Mrs L. P. Rafuse.
best of Aviation on the sick lint. this week
Cadet Robert D. Hazenof
Brooker was recently awarded Mrs Alma Dyal of Hamptonwas are Onle Mae Stalling with bronchitis These Portals Pass

TEAKS & CHOPS marksman's medal for visiting her ulster, Mrs RuHHC-1 Starling who
proficiency -
QUALITY tha Stucky last weekend.Brooker. wl't'ncht'his\
Bel'-I shoulder In a full
j In firing[ the .45 caliber
BAKED from a hoist and little '
CAMP GOODS Field automatic, Ala. pistol He Is at completingnine Maxwell . . . . . . Davis, who has a broken arm. I The Best Soldiers .

ALWAYS weeks of Intensive military Clarence Frazier returned to his I

THE physical and academic tralnlng.DON'T work with Quigley & Davis lumber On Earth.

DINER Ity Minnie Lou IlacnKveryone I yard Monday morning after . . .. .
LAPPE BAKERY . . . . I . a short vacation. J
I Corner Call and Cherry I Mrs, T. L. Casey and son Pat +I Idah
Is invited[ and daughter Judy returned Mon .
___u__ _ ____ __ cordially to day evening after ; !
attend all-day services at the a week's visit

Church of Christ at Brooker Sunday with relatives: In Tampa and Glb- ",

August 6. Bible study be- sonton. J

PHOTOGRAPHS .> gins at 11 a. m. and dinner will Services will be held at the

be spread In the open during the Baptist Church on Sunday Au/{-

GET YOU DOWN noon hour. Aubrey Mercer minister uxt. 6, both morning and evenIng. .

a t 11 C. Smith GardnerEstablished the, of afternoon Starke, will services.have chargeof i iI

:, IN < iiifiii' cot It i. mi 'III.'UIIII
The revival meeting at Detlan l 01'1"! 1'IUllll\I| |\ 1 ii'-
4 11.t.
""" I began Monday evening, July 31st I It Siimin! ,*! .1.I n..hhl"M. Plaintiff vs.. { ;ttr! { .
of New York and Miami with the Rev G. K McGauley i ii .Iltn'. Inn 1'.hhlllM. Uefrndunl ,',lee
t Nu.;; ;I13. iii !!! ,!lu!
rr I las pastor Everyone Is urged tgattenil. I, T't.rlr.I.\TI. Ittil''il I

ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x10 $5 !. -- _.,.... I HTATH"ANn'1NOTIi1M: : Tv \l'1'1'\l1 ''I
; OF '\i In Mary
Six 3x4. $3 Twelve 3x4 $;S A l'l.'vlvamN'Ung'\ will begin' Ann )).hhln", wlioitx rpNldnni. IH
417 :Manhattan '
Monday evening!! August 7th at I Cltv, N..w'u"k- ANew. Yolk
STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER the Brookpr Baptlm 1 Church with You n"",' required to nppfnr on 1\t\.,{ ,

BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. the Rev. C. A. Crosby nt pnstorKveryone i August <1'lHl.'''U'1 11141.and ,In cause the wherein nbu.euunu'd .

KEEPCOOL I Is Invited" to attend. !I IWe pliilnt' lift peeks ii llvorr Iirndfnrd
I'ounl)' leKraph. shall 'nft.lish, thin
are, sorry to lose two of In next weekly IHHIICHii'KM ,

our neighbors!! from! this commun !1..I..r nt Stnrke my, hand and, thin official July' And they will tell you that the /'. S.
This Store Is Strictly ity. Mr. nnd Mr".. K.: H. demons. 17lli. 1144OFFiriAf.
I I I < .
( RI: \LA. J. THOMAS.:
and daughter, WIDa Mae arc An 4'lel-k of .sold. Court. Store is the best place to buy . . .
sir making their home In Palmetto I I'r. Frank l.nndrutn, !Hlnrke! Florida., a
4t )'. for I'If. 7121-41-8-11
/ Mrs TIlKhmnn and
G. Morgan her I.
I -
daughter are now making tholr 1 1 II'V <'ni4'iii' <'oinr. miDKOHII I LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE I
home In Jacksonville Mrn. Tllghman's tUIS-l-l.. KI.4MIIIIM t\ tllW.
in anticipating your needs husband, Seamen Morgan I,Jeff T, Anderson. I'lfllnllff. v.. Sarah -
Tilghman, Is In the U. S. Navysomewhere ,Ullwibvth,( Anderson, 1)efendanh.
Cuff. No. .'13.17UlCDKIt ; f
. .
r / In the Pacific.. :

Full Line Military Supplies fc Truby Plnholster. Sirs. Resale j HTATM ANti] NOTIOK OK KUMIIDA: TO Al'l ti'IAIt.: Sarah P. S. STORESAt

.. )ww Carlton and Miss L-nhcdia, Pin-, HlUateeth A Aniierxun whose reiil-
holster attended 1 the Union meet- Month dences Carolina 1.100 :I ley ward, Columulu, the HUB Station

Souvenirs Watches ing at Water Oak Church Sun You are reinilrpil to< appear on
August Slut, 11)44) In the shove
Jewelry Gifts day. nnineil. Cuurt and CIIIIMB, wherein
Sgt. Clifton Hayes Is. spending plaintiff seeks cllvort'i Hriiilford.
a few days here with his mother, County TelHKrnph, shall I piililtHh 1
this Urder. In next, four weekly lnHlieH. '
rl GUARANTEEDWATCH Mrs. Edna H.iyes. Sgt. Hayes .

1 REPAIRINGFAST I Is. on Texas lila way to an Army campIn seal 17th.\VltfieHM lit IffH.OFFIL'JAr.stark. my ,land, Klurldu and, 'this nfflrlal July. CHECK THIS LIST FOR GIFTSNEW ,'

( ) A. J. TIIOMA8
Mrs. H. W. Henderson of Miami'
SERVICE UN r'i 1"1'14 ..f Maid Court
WITH A was. a visitor here Sunday. "'. Frank l.nnilrum' $lnrks. Klorldn, a
Atty for 1'lf. 7.21-41.8-11 r ae'
John Plnholwter was a visitorin _. }
Jacksonville. Tuesday. iv el 111'1'1' 4 01 ii-r, 1111 IIKOHII.
The 44>IM"%, ,| l4MN'
COLDBOTTLE Pvt. Pledger Gainey of Camp I f.HV.
Stag Plckett, Va., was visiting his Nell M.t Cunta Martin, Plaintiff. vs.Ilenry .
I Edward: :Martin. 1'vfendant
family here taut week Casa No. ! .
4>p f'1'III.fI'ATION
137 Call Street Starker OF /'Ill1'IT'nl IIT. IIH ti>K.011.> ,ANI NOTli-R. TP AI'I'fMIt
II'V('01 %TV, FI.OHIIHl M 4IH>- STATE 4)K FlxmiDA to: Henry 1 '(
KHV.: Rdwnril Marlin. whose. residence IK.
...I IHanh:I .-th n.ffmun. Plaintiff.VM. unknown:
Jlenn: Albert, Huffman, Jiefend. You am required to appear on
BEERAT ant. ('11..1" No 324. August" 2l..t, 1944 In the above
OHHKFt ftP PITRUr'ATIOV: named' Court and Cause, wherein
A NO NMTIK TO APPKAIt plaintiff seeks. divorre. liradford
STATE OF FrsmitM to: (llennAlbert County Teleicrapb shall pnhllsh: thisOrder
Huffman whore address Iff 1 In next four weekly: iKnuen.Wltnenn .
It. F. I). No. 2. Madrid. New Vurk. I my hand and nffli-lnl r>
..' are renulred) to appear on neat at Htiiike, Florida, thin July w/1
Art t 2*. 1914, In the ahovs nam d 17th. 144OKKKMAt /*
Court rind rau", wherein plaintiff SKAI.!" ) A. J. THOMAS.: .
"....14.. dlv",'.,.'. ell etnly of I'lllld. Hllll as Clerk of I..ii 'Ollt.1
/:., Jordan'sBar other relief Brmlforil, f'nmily' TeleGraph T. Frunk I/iindrum,, Hlmke, ,, FlorMn.'
; shall publish thin order ,In Atty. fur 1'lf. 7tl-It-8-11 Religious Articles -
.( next four weekly |HHII"MWllneHH I '
1J my hand and of/lrlal Iv'lit(1'1'1' (' Heal at Htarke, Klorliln, this. 27th I 4oirr, FI.UIllt1Ib I 4n\>- Tropical Placques
(if ,'"Iv. ['941.OFFIrtAt. I J. 4 III: V.Nurman.
( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, I A. IMmhor., )IMnlntlff v*. Carved Wooden Trays
A* Clerk of said Court. Imphn T'UHlior. Uofmidunt Case
.le It. II. I>"I.lln.. (. Stl l.ynrh Klilu I No. :32H'I.Mtl'KR! .
Paddy Libretti, Mgr. Jnt-kHonvllle' Florida, Ally for 1'lf. ( : rtf I'fRI.If'ATfO.VAM ? Souvenir Salt and Pepper
7-28-4t-8-18 > :NOTIfB' Til J API'KAIl e
I I flT.\T I''; ofr' 1'1JJ11H I > to: DifphnaPlIKhfir ShakersCHILDREN'S
whose residence ,ll,A (HtttliroKond
., f'HMt: J'ennlH, ..VtuitfYnu .:

August ors 21nl reqiilrnij, 1944 In to the appear above on ee..f.rf..lrf_f

We HaveEVERYTHING OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S I named plaintiff joint MeekH and illviiri-i-l I-HIIMH. Bradford wherein. t

('..ii nly Telegraph i-hall publish
thin order In next four weeklyn\. ;
ORIGINAL sues, r
Witness. my hand nndfld,1)
neal lit .SUrKe, Klurltla, this July GIFTS
191 h, l'M4lOKKMrAN
MAr."' ) A. J. THUMAS: q.
StoreAuthorized t\* Cleric rut Miilil Court
for Army T. Frank Ijindrum. 8lniki. Florida.Atty Drums _ _ Jeeps
you'll .want a fur I'lf._ 7121-41-8-11 a .

l> f'IIU'II'r fflllll', IIIIIKtlll II Trucks _ _ Tanks
44)1lt.. Kl.lllllllll I" Iii lr-
by the War Department I. Jessie f .:IU'o'llver Angst 'Plaintiff, ".. dunsAmusing I. p

! BIG EVENING ! Operated by an Ex.SoldierHEADQ.UARTERS 524'Clam V. Annul. l>i-f"niliint, Case aMN..sVNeeeSefl

I Olll'JlJrt: OF rrin.K'ATioN' NO'1 fs-Se M/ 1
V. Angel, whose renM"ni'e and address -
I'1iiia'iii I IK 'iriyHton| Park hospital
; Morrl"town, New Jersey: Collection
for all I You are required lo appear on
I August 2l..t., )!lH. In the ah vnamed .
r'ourt and elu e, wherein
plaintiff seeks. dlvori-e. llraclfordCounty
--- at --- Telegraph shell publish till. i Stuffed Animals
Military Supplies Order In next fourttn4tly: Ixmmx.: I
Witness l my .hand and I
neat I at Htarke Flurldn, thin JUlY''
and Dolls
19th. tH4.OFFICIAf!
BLANDIDG Clerk ft unlit <'<>tirt
and Jewelry
Novelties William l I>. Morgan. Jaok..onvlllHFlorida . I -
Ally fur fit 7-U.ft.S-1I!1

Tit 1 1I.t:1J: : l; Pillow Tops & Pennants .
Ben Suslow'sArmy HiMi>e ftlll \.e. I5e2NOTi'E : .
CENTER M ",.:ntuv ilVKN.:: that
f. A. tMVl Tan. the e..rtlflcat"h..I.r' .of lloe fwllowInK l.. -
vaia i-rtlfloiit.. for a tax t.. I
l>.. Untied. thereon. The eerlifl.vlles' I
Store ( nunhers and'. of l''''"- WONDER GIFT SHOP
i ano, the "orlpton| of property, .
I and the names In which It wa a -

BAR 209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. i emied C.rtlfl-'at.era an No follow 203 Year of InMuanc. 1\111' HESSIE DAVIS, Proprietor ,,1
.. Auiru.t 4's II> 1941.' Description I
I of property. NWoot\

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; to flic. ymir claims, duly worn to, I You are required. to appear on Druton Smith. I personally/! or by attorney of, Au'In 'said I July( A. D. 1944.: J. THOMAS I ot Livingston N'I, ot *Trubi'L'* ;.t""AK ," -Ji"1 I
iK'rt LASSIFIEDSWANTED with the 'ounty .luiltci of Hrnclfi "AuKTixt 14th, 1 1H44. In the abovenarn..1 OUDHK\ 01" P1'BLI'ATI'iS ,' Hull on the 28th then day.after file I of Itiwd- 22 Is.; Name 'III \I h,;, I I':::P:
: A O. IOU and Nam .:
and whereinplaintiff NOTICE. TO APPL \ H ,
>rd "' on li fora cliihirncynitiM I'nuit CaI1NP' written .. .t"""
.i : ;fron i: : ; the 1 fits, t: publfratlun' : neelcH divorce Bradford TO: I.nther Carl Smith<. : Serial Bald Clerk your the I All of said \ I"
.. No S081 4, ....1 riuuld. It any, to the Hill In County of llridf'.T, I t .
of thin niitlccor tin nnnio, will dp County Telegraph| .hall publish thl. c-o U. N. < In mild ,stilt at I 'u. n
Order In next four iMMiieaVltneMH fI'orlC"Iown.IoUlh/! f' ,rollua Ind ... Bill of llHvlew FOtl fyl.r / .,
: bun'IM| hv HtvtutctH nf 1 Imitation weekly ,! lawHerein : : '' '( Ida.Unlem
W 1'. :'n/th/ AiltiilnlHtiiitor/ I \ my hand and ,,"le-Iltl to Margaret Rruton Smith -0 f ..,i- tlnin prtmilbed, by Judiriin nt! w I Ibe : : Ii HIM. 'O. such t ,! ,'. .
i L ijHtlng* on apartments, houses. or I 114-41-8-25 ffiil. at Htaiko, Florida, thl July" way llonpltul Conway I Suuth Curolinn i I entered fall against not or you by ,,'" : raten shall be r.'a. I ", I .n.
to law the
"'. bonim fur rent located( << within 20 12th.. / 1444OKFiriAl.. *!..1A1.1) A. .1. Thomaa, YOU: and each of irliirnby 'i Th. 1'HAIIFUHH ,CULNTY:. L., the holder qivEN.- such certlflcat.prop. ,?r 1 1U I IM Cllit'I IT ( Ollir. illltllKOIItl .. '... you fJHAPIf u riwwuiwpc-r, "f !grurrnl of'A. be sold) ..
c'I mllm of. Ktarke : An cinrk f said ( .rt notified that a Bull ha J"'n l filed Btaike. ... ban filed to tin inc. I\ ?
+ I,p 119 East" Call Strrrt (01 Nil.. riOltllll IN ('11- I, If. (>. Brawn Luke llutler Florida uKRliiKt you In the, ''1"t' 'i ford lUlatliin.iinty. puhllahed, Florida at ,, le .. ... . tttic deed tocertificate the court house ,d.| ?
.. I' t 19111': ; Atty for IMf 7.14-41.84: for Iliadford Count PDn "I 1 In line' IICWHIM.P' i l I Monday in mcmii!II, "I' fl',
Llubv Frame, plnlutirf, va, CharlAfl I IFiamn I I -. Chancery by Ola H inntli,,, the dealKii'Hed whlih this n notl- shall .be PII'' I I Issuance,- the timber h194 l a the 1,1!, ", ;; ,a
? W. T. CLUTE. Realtor ,V, Ih.t""r1unl, ('nee No l'i'in,: <'IIM"i ! c'o1'ii'r <>i" 'IHKKIC.IIIII I f>atn.. belnfr a salt f ova i'' .. .i final week for four ,'.. > ,.. and ,
t 'i( DltriKFC/ < IK i't' .\(' ' ':- ..I..|.'l\|, 11 art ir OK decree of divorce r..nd"1" ,:JiilnMtald I .lUhed.. ,n',1., ,on"' Hk a |1"1' I to/ M.Old 2 wan accessed t>ated this S 5 th day '
AM: I :NUTU'K Tu ' ,: J'
3227// .
IHI Ml'tll-S OK 1'1.11111111 l\ Ola II. Kmlttx 1 tut >"n '. IIIH (OFFCIAL siKALj :, !
of A"II'II" I
( "' / WAVTKI HulflKmnn and l'oll"I'Ior STAIi: OF FL4JUIDA to: 4M. FOlt Illl 4DFofll ( OINIttIX the race of, Luther c ..I'i Smith, \ tiny Year. of h. Clerk of Circuit ('.,. I 'r |lh \
doiili mRn-U..nm'&I'k FumlliireC'o. W Framewhoixj" reiildenro. ,In II ,..Iot'Ilit.Oli : 'Ola II Smith and y4'" ..'r"'IlIlr..d WITNESS:' ; my hand and seal' HeMcrlptlon I County Florida. I" adfn. ;,
: 1 IJ11 Knox, Kintiiikv MIIA r>f It..h..hll'' MarKiirM Hmlth, I'lnlntlff vie to file with ''I I "Jerk "it old "null, at ..tarke. ,'' 4 of lllk 41, 7-28-41--8-18
t tenon Center: , iiarruckn Number Oil .. Florida, this 25th day I
1 I I1 : Luther Carl (Smith und Margaret aid Court your wrltt !uip uran County

"It'I\\1 j 1 1'1'111'1'1: ilcHlirni". ;: 1'piilflM Sirs, Hertha In'II"IIIIIIIth'l. _.0.., .. ,..._.........,.......un'... .......n.r' ''mtlnn.nnnnff"'mt. TFfTmmmHmmmnI.N ",,, ,,,_ !
,?, \\HL Madlvon HI 7, 24II ,: i

: j 1 Y\\ 11.1. Ill; .IN MIAIlKi. : lili....nil. the
v f > middle' of Antrim and. would, like
,( tc have mourn for lliiht( IKIIINHUeeplnir .
\ Htnfill aiiHitinini' u1,
'+ house MhuxliHiid. .. .. will >I" on
, j InKtiuitnr Hi Camp, lllundliiK! NVi >
> oxp"'t" I to .li.>. ll.. 1'1"1 li rue,
l'' Nntno Inn'. Will H|>|>nlati Information ,

: : :, eoncernlnif any: /1.1111. .
ry In fur Aiiv IT. Ail .Ii; pile t" :MIH llniry" II t1"n.,,, + .. \
J IS Wi"Nt llartl Avo., Iit, (Urninc".
'S ,; 1' III. ot' .iilf\ Bradford. ', "ountvTelegraph y
( tiI

I e I'll';,IlJi' I i $50 + r

, '!fl' Saturday August 5th .

r 't: fVAR BOND -

'J hr't I')'(" . J. P. ROBERTS MOTOR.S

'. .1.!,! Uen nt irxuiul .li> find a

1 bolus or iiwirtniPtU Miiitable

\ for MM In SI 11 rite or ullliln 15:
mIl4..r ('"11I1) nl andhal{. e a e

You'll liP 'iii-lplnu M" and l I'ncle

P "i ,'r. Slam
E 0 % bI

Phone, Write or Come to

,. See-Mrs. Jacobs!l. Km. 12, 1 *(*:e::::;::! ; ...(..M...t.* * ,
..: '' Magnolia Hotel Phone '51 I ;* J { ** *ie* fiex*I !.**]**:****!*V* i

: Ifi
1j ,

VOlT wf>unn nuv Olt RFLT.--
I I ,milk ('owe. utook cuwif, beet cat.get .
t , tie. Stock hull or ln>K" In
p I touch with J. 1'. (lilom, Jr.,
!rtnx 247 HtnrUe., llnl 204 Lake. "

1 { ?.4.4p1f ; City, Telephone 481 Lake 1-8-14 Dty Special Introductory Offer

FOR HAI-H-70 urea fiirni. Live
i .Mtork crop. All felired land
bit I\Ml nit-*. Hnnnlnif miring, I Telephone
'rI4'' P, t>. Hex 446,. Htm,'ki>.

fiom Mixture near

,:. , I t 'Htatke marked, crop two under Nteerw, hull crop,, eueli OF ONE CASSEROLE WITH. :KNOB


Ltward it \\utiiwrlMht Xtitike.. 7,14-2111-',,--" COVER, ONE QUART CAPACITY, ONE LOAF Sat. Only 98c

'+ I t, ; Kill 1'1\1.1'-\11:\ ores furm New three-
bulldliicri*, new fence. 3 I 13 nil PAN, 9 and one-eighth inch ; ONE PIE PLATE
y ) mirth of Mtarki*--\ mi. from OimlItlandlnfr >
1.4 Inl.) HFt. nf HIIMIner. Joe H eighth-inch diameter; FOUR 6 OZ. INDIVIDUAL
?f ; Drill Fax hlKhwny. Aaron -
I ,, y ANTI'! 1'(> HITY-Mincerelvrtrlai .;
l <.. inarhine. Write JIll....
Lloyd Heir, CuUutian. Flu, --
I r I14 I 7-111--4Ip J.

oil MALI'-Pineapple. prnrx. $1.50 %
a biiHhel Hrlnic conlainereIf
r' ( wanted" get them now, it. .... When You Get a Rationing Certificate
emireHt| IIP Attractive fnofc Cow Thirty-two Pieces. Service for Six
the That Stays Safer Longer . .thefircstfone
Buy Jire
v'Olt MAIN"! llarlt>x-I>nrUUonmotorcycle
j h : 1914 l -i-lon Chevro BreakfastSet
k let truck brand new make. body, ,
Bond| prewar 1lrex; UM! ." All I
1 OldMinohlle, club coupe, K cylin
i der. All In too.I condition.-Cull I
r ) APP H. A, ManR""", 167-W !It
} f y FOR 8ALJO;;- 2-burna r keroHenedtove
prewar electric Iron and
,1 ,...chlne. Mm. Utunton The only tire with these Extra Val e. . the :famoD- Reg. 4.98
Burling n*'T, Hiirdlnx. lip I py f0.
& E4-Quart Qear-Orlp Tread for sore footed control on wet slipper, i1, t A value you pass
+ t e FOR NA LI'J'woI''od' / Hampshire/ pavement; Baftl-Lock, Gum.Dipped Cord Body, so tongTthe r up! Leaf shouldn't pat

I' } ; OWN tiny AiiBunt with plflTN 14th' Hee H..before II. (: M..n.1 Casserole:: tire can be recapped time after time; 8afti-8are.* tern in beautiful magenta

Went Murelund tut., Starke IIP Construction for greater strength and longer mileagt,
_ _ _ _ 49e scroll design. Includes vegetable
riNIOAI'I'I: i: 1'1'AIlI'I-NDW: renily
dish and
', , farm llellhronn .. Tight-fitting cover to keep platter.
t', .at / prln Hi Inn 600x16 16.05
js your basket and get them for food bubbling-liot.Tba right
I ,. I tl,on biiHhel.) J. It. WulnwrlKht. me tor moat tftmilles. Plus Tax
4 n 11-4-311| .

,t tl: KIJWAIlli: tie chain with
l "' Royal Ann emblem In "ter.I..t,
In or near "Cy & Al H" iionlroom. FactoryControlledRECAPPING
4'p Keturnoffke. to liruclfwrcl Teleiiraph ,',
8-4-3 tp 1

,td? oli 4 FUR HA LK-I large Iran nafe and . n. Only hug Sold With a Monty-Back Guarantee
y'I I' I I time ".....k. W. P. Smllh .toti.t A'R DEN T' 00 L S .
1? < IA( So.!< lip (,
a Yire'one
t'' : FOR HAMI-On.i liuux, two-xtmy. OF
o, M1 I r house. near CourfhoiiMe, plumbing No Rationing Cortiflcot quirmd
up and ilownntulrM. Separate entianie ?'IfCJ( 2uat.ctj
h eanllv arranged for room
lni house mnnll hotel ,or pilvntventliiK -.. Oar recaps are guaranteed! J SPARK PLUGS
place with room uptnlrH Drive in today. Let a* Inspect
1 'j 15,00001)' one-half each hiilicnrelernm. G.7O
b 13. W. III1Y... ... $-.4.21pt : year tire thoroughly.Haye "
our factory-trained

1.. WANTED RIDE to pittMhurir P".. GARDENI10B expert recap them DOW and 6.00-16 Tire W!'.h Your, 4OC I In S ota of
I Ihl AiiKimt 8 to 0 hv collier wife. be ready for your next tire OOtrSitnIMPERIAL Old Plugs! 4 or More
I u a Will help with drlvlna. ('''''I''rt < wpeC11Qa. IrpevlrweMb lnr
t ,Mrn. I.ewlH
I.uxter. !l'lolt( VIIIan I
r1' '' *. Route No. 2, Stark. 1 tp 1.09 7 Guaranteed to start your motor quicker

i' FOR SALE-Prnctically new ModelII For farm or futto. Fine ... and provide smoother operation, or your
.lohn Deere Tractor on rubber money back.
with two row cultivator and cjTuOlty aU-lncb steel bUd I
t e eerier* complete Homer Hmlth SEAT COVERS
I Frlffo place, N. W. Uiwtey. lipWANTFr

Woman experlem. on
+ ' alteration" Apply Illandlnw Tailor
) j *, lilandlnff Center. lip SHOVEL A beautiful durable cover . wG

with that "exclusive"

,I4yy' t t Carbon steel blade appearance. Made of 1Ftreston. SNci BUILT FOUL

17,1 STROUT ...L all cloth or a combina

t G..a.c-.. nAT<*rtl"er of rounrr tion of
cloth and cotton
t; property. 11 m. mud afrraalvK 20 >
t'2.000 of Home_ KarmaAfrmcv. $1
I . A.yeva; frnm all over tar fiber in plaids or solid
1 ,,u? I World. Free apes Il.tlnK. Exchangt) 1.9a
; 3 5 E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY colors as available. Sedan up
1t BuilteepdclaIlyforelow-epeed

'pw r' ', RepresentwlLocally and coaches. low-mlleage driving and,

by I packed with power for swift,

f ;i F. C. HOLI.INCISWOUTH are starting. Our finest
+ + '+ 118 R. Walnut. St. FLASHLIGHTBATTERIES $12.95 b.tterl

I 1
l' .
I \ I. Pt>nrl.." A, Darhy. Mayor of -
I fltark.. Florida by virtue of the
4, authority venlfil In me by law, We
; do hereby call an elertl0n to beheld
t nt the City flail In the afore.i .
I aid town by the Qualified votcrnn WHISTLING Keep Your Bike Rolling
Y Tuesday, pteinlier.. 13 1944. for each
i t 5a '1 the purpOHo of I'lecUntlh.. follow ChampionHIKE:: GARDEN HOSE
inic ufflporn: TEA KETTLE
<>n. Mayor
'y Three AldermenlnHptctom
Ic r' T I cf until. e1.*rtlnnt I J. TPvrk .
i n C1. lIut."... IMul Hnyinonil.
G :; R. W. laye( ., and n A. M>*, I B E A N POTS Whistle Sounds TIRE I'1 SYNTHETICTwoQuart
1 Bl In toitllmony whereof. I hereunto ,
r. ubxcrlh my name and reggae I thoneal I
tl 4 of the paid town tr> h.* here When Water Boils 2.49
4 unto affixed lets the 3 h. diy, of 25 2.95
July 1941.OF'FI'IAI. in. lengths
( SKAT.' ) 96 :x: 2.125
1 rHAHT.HH A, HAKBr. Mayor, Capacity si... Deep ,
t Sinned' ) Charlen A. Darby ,j nOD skid
ATTBST' : $1.39 tread and 50 in. lengths 5.95
Y Carl John.., Glazed Stoneware .
+t City Clerk. g-44t-8SGNntlro 'rODIrBrown '
ter. f flexible cord '
J Ay i '. W0TI'Fl .49c > Ixxly.
r'P'I In hereby .given 1110 nilredltom
Fd, ,i
I and 'lall1111nlll I .. acftlnit the
r + eitirte of ISmma T. Smith, deceaaed. ,

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