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 18, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04876
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eW Health Group I 1-AtySO-YMCAClub New Director_ I I Football Practice. Field of 6 In Race for Council NI'MBEIt FOItTV-TIIKKR.:




) Investigate _Joasing ; Starts Monday;

Problems ( Coach Wainwright Announces for Mayor

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\ fvmnosmm n problems of I The Bradford High football : Former Starke Resident and Son Bill Box Reported I

nnd well-eblng in Interest HighIn
:IC' team will begin practice"*, Mon- Killcd In Action
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rkea, , affect military per- day, August 21, Coach James Fatally Burned In Avon Park Home !
qel 1 lft ti. area was conducted Hobbs announced this week. | Coxswain Wlllium!! Clyde ( Bill)

Dr i 'RbJ' mB, director of There will be one workout each : Box, 23, nan been repotted, "klllIn ,-" Approaching

Clay-nl adford County Health I day the first week of piactlce. Word ha. been r cc-lved, her- of action" on June 6, According :1:1I
here on Tues- I the tragic death of a former I-I[ i to word :
I it. ?I th 'Hnlc he said from 5 to 7:30: p. m. The res received by his father, ( .
afternoon Key members of second, week of practice will! find dent of Starke. Mrs.: Wad Bryant'1 Exhibitors Urged H. Hox. of JncksonvlllK City Election

'progressive civic organlza-1 I the boys WOI king out twice! dally of Avon Park daughter of Mr.I To Start Preparing former :
d the City'of and Mrs. C. II. Clarke] of this I
n t e until the i
reprete up day school starts
s __ on For re t tonl i ofII..kl'
'de whilf Camp Blandlngr was 4 S September 4.Prdspects. city and her in/ill, ROn NOI'rls.j I County Fair Announcement this week by 1C.
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E. C. Rose both of whom died. about 15: minutes Young/ I
ire Mrs.
,entec ny for the team are 'i he American Legion will again (1, Duncan, Incumbent member of
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officer pv apart. In & Sebrlng Box I la well-
t of the) commanding I much better than ]last year, Coach hospital i:' sponsor the annual I Brndfoitl, I the City Council, that he would
:he Post and Mrs. Charles Cal- _: Hobbs stated for at least a dozen of severe burns Wednesday County Agricultural. Fair for ten known here having be n candidate for re-election
wife of the Camp Surgeon. ,. ,,, ,. '1 noon about three hours after-I days and attended, brought
d, j letter men will be on hand this explosion at the nights during the monthof the total to six whit are
Tlnciple! topic discussed was I year., whereas last years' team Bryant October- exact dates to bo announced BUS before i>nteilnit bidding for the three places' to
homing problem In this area I had only two. The' explosion] occurred when']'' ]ale..'. the Navy be filled In the City Election, '

regards the Blanding soldierhi James I Returning letter Mis.!' Bryant, In attempting to Cash prizes; will be awarded to two years a"o.fie September 12 '
P. Hlgginbotham. formerdirector men are Bobby
family, steps being taken build a fire with damp wood In the best community booths and I Is the grand Another
Biggs. Center new
Bill development of .
of the Moultrie Ga. USO ; Burney Herbert
.
further Investigation of the the kitchen stove, poured kerosene for the best Individual exhibits. son of Mr. and the week WHS the
Fillyaw and Robert Into
Club arrived In Starke Barks. re-entry $1
aton! A report on findings to fill the left recently the, dale Ends; Steve Weldon and on the smouldering kind Farmers and others are ur -ed at Mrs. D. G. Kelly.At city politics of N. D. Wainwright./ ,

1 be made at a later meeting resignation vacancy of Julius L. by Thorn Jack Hall, Tackles; B. C. Holtzen. ling. The resulting explosion and I this! time to start saving their the time of his loath he was Jr., former mayor who qualified I,
fire burned the Bryant home to stationed somewhere In the ,
Morse, a best farm British
represen- us
Ruth products and Other an
dorf
Mrs. as director of the Starke USO- Marian Manning and Phil .. opponent for 1 incumbent
''ve of the lay people of Starke, YMCA Club. Shuiord Guards; ard Thomas the ground' fatally burning Mrs. Items! for exhibition In their community Isles.Variety. .. M ay or Ch... A. Darby. Mr. '
Dr. Abrams Bryant and her 2 1.2 yearoldson. booths.It I w ,
n*as appointed by Mr. Higginbotham comes to WadawortlO.. Eugene!; Hall. 'John Two oilier Wainwright, an Insurance Ml/ ",it.
contact Colonel Rose and otherp Starke with a service record In I Anderson and Coolidge Gassett, beth and children, Eliza Is the Intention of the Fairmanagers Features anita, was elected] without opposi
MargIe.
official regarding this poi escaped with to out-do all previous lion In the
USO Backs. primaries last
work spring
Weeks
covering a two-year minor burns which were treatedIn ActivitiesAt
efforts
and
t problem.: I make the 1044 event to represent" Bradford
also authorized the period and including directorships ._ Among. .the. .outstanding can >r. Abrams of the at Charleston, S. C., Sum- uII.es ror tne team Hobbs namedas Four other 'children. Kail: ], lug the agricultural.; -' i Industrialand -; ; l ture. of the legisla
Grover Allison pastor ter, S. C., and Moultrle Ga. He Jim Godwin, Bobby Turner, Claude, Floyd and Jackie WN'pIt Fifteen.
commercial]
Iscnpal Church to correspond tenouiccs' of army couples enjoyed a
Is a graduate of Mississippi State Lyle Anderson J e r ome Johns work with their.father at the Alpine Bradford With the deadline for qualifyIng
delicious'
in proper officials In regard College and worked for a number Billy Miles. Carlos Myers Char Citrus*Groves when the fire Amusements County. liomc-cookod meal to. candidates passed last Tues'

the creation of a U.S.O. Travel- of years as Educational] Advisor les Thornton Doyle] Conner, Charles broke out. the will be furnishedby gether at the first meeting of the day those who will gi 1) before tho

t Aid In the City.y I and Camp Commander of CCC ] Knight, Barney McRae\ Ralph] In addition to her husband and well-known American Model Shows, a married folks'! upper club at the voter In the September 12 elec I
unanimous vote, It was deed I Camps located In Louslana Alvarez and company. and the Fair tion are:
and Billy Edward six children. Mrs. Hryant. Is survived will occupy the name grounds as Walnut Sheet USO on Tuesday I!.
that the group would form Mississippi.Mr. New line coach this season will by her parents. Mr. and, Mrs. ]last yeur. evening August 13. Mrs. A, S. For C'nunrlbnan
wmanent organization for the . Higgenbotham's wife and be N. Carson Geiger of Klsslm- C. H. Clarke of Starke; three A (Three to hn riiirtcil. )

pose of making a study of eight-year-old son James, have 1 I mee, a recent graduate! of the brothers, Raymond C1 I a rke of spokesman stated this for. week the :Fair"We Committee Dumlei'] club snack bar operator, I,.. M. Gulnes, young' coownerof !

various other health conditionsthis not arrived yet, but will come University of Florida] and a former Palatka and Frank acd Luther soliciting tho are was assisted by Mrs.' It. J. Luhn the Temple & Lake Service .

military area in an effort here as soon as the house they I I letter man on the Newbeiry Clarke of Staike, and two sisters : county business cooperation men and of our Mrs. William Hoolen. M...... C. J. Station. .

cope with the more serious are planning] : to live In becomes College team where he played for Mif, Lilly rae McGill and make thin' the most successful womento Cailg, Mrs." Jack Murono, and,] Junluit M. Smith, proprietor" of ..

iblems vacant. two years on the first team. Mi'' Thomas Altman of Jackson I Fair yet piescnted. Mrs. D. C. McGuIre In planning, the Starke Dry Cleaners A Laun

he new group plans to study !! I Bradford High's opening game ville. preparing and. serving the din"' dry.
!lie sewage, waste supply. in- Double funeral ne,'. Van H. Carden, I
I of
I will be played with Gainesville In services In I' employe the
atlons, pregnant women's Paper Collection Gainesville on Sept. 22. charge of the staff of the De- {. Imnortant Meeting The evening's program featured Bradford Hardware Co.

[, baby clinics and all cu-I Witt C, Jones Funeral Home, willi, Of Legion Post community singing led by Mrs., 10;. W. Hayes, County Tax'f\!
He health problems as be held at 1 o'clock in the after- I McGuIre and accompanied by Pfc. Assessor'

t the military and as the Good Dyer SaysThe Buys Half Interest noon Saturday at the grave In Next Tuesday Night Charles Fast.), pianist and songwriter C. A. Knight, County Tax Col- I ;

''tary affects the civilian.- li. M. Gaines! owner this 'week South Prong Ccir tery near Rai-;!{ A very mportant meeting of now with> the 182nd Bandat lector. 't.i

[Representatives,: attended the announced the sale of half In-I I ford where mother and child will ,..I the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post Blandlng. The Tuesday suppers -, ..._K._. _Q._ .L.Duncan_ incumbent.. momu r
ting Ii i om. Camp Blandlng. the collection of waste paperin terest In the Gaines Service Station be Interred. Rev. L. O. Hemingway I American Legion will be held next ore now a regular part 01 ot me Council and local dis

1th Department the State the north half of Starke ]last on Temple Ave. to R. E. will be the officiating minister. Tuesday! night at 8 o'clock] In the the. Club program. Co.tributor for the Standard 011 \

fare( Board, the Methodist week by the city truck was very :Mundroff, formerly of St. Peters- Legion Home onV.. Cull Street, The Drama group of the USO!'

rch, the Episcopal Church the good according to L. T. Dyer burg. Mr. Mundroff Is an experIenced It was' announced I yesterday. It presented a short. comedy "Lady- I'op Mayor ;

t atingCommittee of the U.S.O. co-chairman of the Salvage Com service station man and Vespers At USO Is expected that several officials fingers", for the weekly Army Chan. A, Darby, tncurabunt. '

| L'SO-YWCA: USO-YMCA the mittee. A number of people, he will assist Mr. Gaines in giving from Camp Blandlng will be present Wives Luncheon program last N. D, Wainwright. Jr.

SCross, Church Service Centerthe states bad considerable quantities quicker and better service to The Rev Chase Tappan, temporary :. Thursday.! Members of the cat Unusual Interest Is being muni'

Bradford County Tele- of paper ready and placed on their customers. pastor at the Christian Dinner will be served following were Mrs. A. D. Thoip Mrs. William teNted In the City Election, thin

ph the curb Or front porch. Also, Church, conducted a Vesper Ser the meeting and all members who Hooten. !Mm.! It. J. Ltilm, year because of the belief that '

'\e next meeting will be held at there was a big pile at the court- CEMETERY WORKING vice at the USO-YMCA on Sun expect to attend should, see Van and Mrs. J. 0. Smith. Mrs Put Staike will P&XH through a critical -

( Health! Unit on Church street house placed there by people day afternoon. August 13, with Curden at the Bradford hardware Genova assisted with make-up stage In the post-war era and t

|230 In the afternoon, August from outside of Starke who had There will be a cemetery work- Mrs. Ellery Davis acting as plan. Co., before 6 o'clock Saturday and Coll/i Jo DumU assisted back the evident desire of voters heN

brought It In. Ing at Dedan Cemetery on August ist. Participating in this devotional so that those arranging for stage. Ruth harrison Gross, to wlnct good men to guide the

The six-week contest among the 24. Everyone Is invited to at ] was an earnest group of the dinner will know how manyto drama group adviser directed, the destinies I of the community

counties of Florida ended on the tend. service men and their wives. prepare for. play.] Koch; member of the cast through this trying period.

orne Nursingill 15th.__n_, _M'_','0. Dver_ __ _utatea._____. _ami__. athoughitla _)_- and Mrs GI-OMM, were presented Administration of the business (
not expected that this with a rose/ ( from Mrs. G. B. affairs of Starke can no longer be

county can win over some of the I News Notes From New River Flynn's garden) In appreciation taken lightly as the rapid growth I t

Taught larger counties the collection has : __ ___ of A-- -mofft.-- -.. .-.J---n1nvnh. n..rl"r""un..-..... ...-...., I of the community has caused
been fairly] good. No figures on and Mrs.\ Smith was awarded a revenues from taxed licenses and
NEW CHURCH BUILDING Mr. and Mrs.' EVIn Bikes had as Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol and receipt from the
be until small USO pin for SO hours of municipal power
the ,
I'!. Junlua Smith, Chairman of amount can given MAKING PROGRESS their guests this week-end the I children of Jacksonville returnedto volunteer plant to double and p
service treble In
hauled around the club. the
the Is Jacksonville
1 Cross Volunteer Special Ser- paper to We are very proud of the new latter's brother. and sister-in-law, their home Sunday after several last two or three ynars. Voters
a. announced this week that a and weighed. All of It has Christian Church that Is being MI' and Mrs. B. V. Thomas! and days visit with Mr. and Mrs. seem to be conscious of this

In Home Nursing Is to be I not bees bundled yet as Mr. erected at Long Bridge. The old family of Palatka.] They were accompanied Merritt, Carbaret Dances and are giving careful consl Jera.tact

red army wives and local Dyer has not been able to get church was torn down this! week home by their daughter GUM Thomas and] mother of Each Wednesday tion to the men they will place< .
,
en of Starke. sufficient help to do this. and the best lumber was used In Betty Marie who has been Jacksonville were guests of Mr. on the Council September. Because ;,

w course, with a registered The collection will continue although building the new one which 1* visiting for several weeks. and and MrH.' RedilUh Andrews' Sun At USO-YMCA ClubA of thIs, unusual interest, ,J;:

ai Instructor, will begin onceeday the date of the contest made of cement blocks. If the Mrs. Slke's brother-in-law and sister day. Mrs. Thomas remained for large vote Lit expected on Septem a "
August 23. Classes l Is over, as waste paper Is a number work continue! at the present rate Mr. and Mr*. Louie Crews of a few days, large" : and enthusiastic crowd her 12.
which Is enjoyed dancing; to the rhythmof
be held at the Bradford-Clay one salvage Item the building will be finished soon.S. Starke. ]M. L. Johns and Mrs. Truby Sgt. Arthur Foots and hU L. A. Ouvlu and II. A. Bishop,
|Hh' badly needed In the war ef-
Clinic very I... Crews and Judge A. Z. Ad- Edwin] Shepherd A. R. M. 1-c Hodges accompanied their mother, "Infantrymen" at USO-YMCA two present members of the Council -
and
fort. who
,Those
*! Smith urges all who wish; save paper kins were In Palatka Wednesdayand from the Panama Canal Zone Ira. Bell Johns to Giandln for on Saturday night, August 12. whose terms expire In Septem.be. .
those who tie and bundle It
nroll to contact the local Red help purchased six memorial] win- spent a few days with his par medical] treatment Monday. The door prize, a long-distance announced several weeks ago
'! at the warehouse are contributing '
l' chapter or call 33 for fur- materially to the war effort. dows. They are very pretty and ents and has been* sent to Jack Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were call home wn. won by that they would not be candidate -
information by Saturday I a gift of Judge Adkins. sonville. pvt'j for re-election.
are In Jacksonville Wayne Dow of Decatur,
Monday.Mr.
I
InS!' nf. ,hI. ...__._ Let's have more of both.
v "a VVCVj%. The city truck will pick up paperon Mrs. G. \%. Andrews N spendinga Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johns! and and Mrs. Ira Merritt and junior hostesses for the eveningwere

the south side of Starke next few days In Jacksonville with children visited relatives In Lake daughter Ceraldln visited in I : Mlssc Lucille Mitchell, I'reitbulerian '

weral Todayr Tuesday afternoon. and everyone her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Butler. Sunday.Mr. I Jacksonville Sunday. Dorothy !Swanbnm' Pat Keen,

> James O. Luke having paper should place It in and Mrs. J. O. Moreland. Arthur McRae met with I Mr. and Mis. Romle Johns of Wanda Pearce, Esther Crews, Dublin The Rev. R. Chaw Tappan of
I Jacksonville of Mr. Melverne Thornton, Mary Jo Ga.. who win, guest .-
were guests I pa
front of the house where the men has been III for the school board Monday. Mrs. /
Norman tor
JON. Oliver Luke, age 77, died can see It and pick It up. Others. sometime.Earn We wish! him a speedy Cleo Andrews substituted for him I and Mrs. Lacy Johns Sunday. I I' CaMwell Ida Johnxon June Illoss, Sunday at, the will Presbyterian Church
Ralford visited [Lucille Johnson Mabel Johnson remain for the following -
a. m Wednesday at his should bring theirs to the-Court while Mrs. Mable Sapp taught: Coolidge Kelly of
e i In recovery. Barbara Homo. Ethel Mae Dur. three Sundays to conduct
Starke after a long 111- house. Those who can help with Mrs. Andrew's classes. his. brother-in-law and ulster
'. Mr. and Mrs. :Miles H. Shepherdfrom j ling. Virginia Lou services official of the church,
Melba
Mon Plckren
He ,
Mr. Mrs.
was a prominent far- the tying of paper at warehouse EustU Lee Kelly, Jr., returnedto and Jay Moody
MiamI a few days announced
'
Ind with the former's parents here. I 1 ell Johns, Margaret Beam, Margie\ Morning worship will be at 11
and a member of the Dyer at icourthouse, or call him few weeks vacation with relativesIn James Bergeron of DaddyFagg'
thod18t church. at 95W. Miles has been sent to San Diego. Pensacola. Home In Jacksonville U Patel. Jean Davis, Mamie Jo War- o'clock and evening sHrvlcns at 8
ir. LUke Calif.] while his wife returned to ten, Nettle Mae Fowler Alice o'clock. Bible school begins at
Is survived his Mr. and Mrs. M. Mann of Lake spending the summer with Mr.
e by June I 10 o'clock:] each ,
Miami. Harding Kline Green Grace Sunday
Olive visited Mr. and Mrs. Reddish James morning
; : three'children. Mrs. Methodist Butler and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson.
I. Grlffl8. Jonnle Frances Crews spent Green, and Louise Thomas. and the Bible Study group muet
1>. J. Luke and I. V. Andrews Tuesday afternoon.Mr. nays that he likes the country I each
e all 1 of Starke; a brother A. "The Heart of Understanding"will Sunday and Sunday night with and Mis. L. A. Rennolds] of very much. Mr. and Mrs. Tom- Senior hostesses were: Mrs. Wednesday at 8 P. M.\.

1ke,. of Palatka] and three sis- be the topic for the morning Louise Johns. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. G. llnson help the home by taking a Bryan Whltfleld, Mrs. Myrtle An- I

'"DA. Sykes of Texas. service at the Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kerce and W Andrews Wednesday. evening. boy or girl almost every summer. derson. Mrs. J. hI. Mitchell, and Episcopal

I.. T Hogan of Eustls, Fla., Sunday August 20, at 11 a. m. asA children visited In Dukes Friday Roy Godwin of Tampa and The children always ",!em to enJoy :Mm.\' Luther G. Powell. I Services at
1frR St. Markff
.. .'. lroop of Georgia. __ ". >.1 htt the_.._, R"_v.V... .. .. J. evening. Webster wag a guest of friends their vacation. 011VedneRday, August 16. a .-.,. *__ .LL'L .Episcopal_ .
W.iirlvl dJIIIUUUWl* fj n .. __ .i.iiuiiii ,
".L .n" "S.A. .. tor mis tne inn I Sunday
lervlces Will be held' at Churchweil, pastor. Special music u.ue William wuuujr. "'" ut and relatives here a few days ]last Fernie Moody C. E. Andrews series of cabaret dances to'b" after Trinity, will '

,YodlJ In Kingsley Lake> Ceme- will be furnished by the choir.A Mr. an4 Mrs. Jay Moody.. bad a week. It has been several years E, A. Sapp Rev. Butler and Albert (given every Wednesday night for School], to comprise at Church
convene 10
' FrIday) at 11 a. m. good program Is being planned ] tonsilectomy last! Tuesday In since he was In this section. Moody took their last tobaccoto I an Indefinite period was Inaugu-i I i followed a. m.,
by Morning
Rev (' H. Rhoden of Jack- for the social hour of the Jack-tonvllle. He Is getting along Mr. and Mrs. 10;. A. Sapp and the Lake City market Tuesday.We I i rated. An entertaining floorshow a.m. Prayer at 11
Mil. will ] Leslie and Mrs. M. F Wig- that Junior South- 1 was of
officiate. Pallbear- Youth Fellowship which will meet very nicely. I' son are glad f presented consisting The Rev. Fr. John
Ire t. ., '' y All people Miss Joan Moreland of Jacksonville gins were in Lake City Thursday erlaml's accident was not as ..erfou a duet by Margaret Patel anda I Sutherland
Conway Aaron at 6:30: p.m. young I I will be the
: preacher at the
.1IIt". Noon Burney John are urged to come and bring spent Wednesday night with I I attending the tobacco mile. as previously] reported. Junior dUta by Margaret Patel and i iCpl. I o'clock service. eleven

[Id,, !:
he& A 5anements were In feature of tho evening service -I I The farmers of our section are Joan of Jacksonville were BrIdge Church house In helping by Miss Wanda Pearce and Cpl. iI { nounced by group the Rev.meetings Grover, as Allison an.-

I of DeWltt C. Jones. will be the singing of busy carrying and selling tobacco I I guests of the former's parent to tear It down. One shoulder I Gledraitls, and a magician's. act will be and
by the congrega this week at the Lake City {a.r-I Mr and Mrs. Q. W. Andrews a Joint and arm were hurt.. We wlllh i by Chaplain Rex Lawhead. I "Litany War In
familiar hymns tercessions",
being held 7:30
hoid; Shots tion: "The Forks of The Road"Is ket. They seem to be pleased I few days last! week. him a speedy recovery. I' I tonight (Friday) and at :
the topic ot the evening sermon with the sales. I Mr. and Mrs. Fertile I Moody Friends of Mr. and Mrs Roy 'I Recent Marriages of members of St. a gathering
ItIpletlng! tt will be delivered by Mr .and Mrs.\ E. L. Kelly and Mr!!. Se.-ber Moody, Mrs Joe Tom 11 nil on are glad to know that i Mary's chapter
schedule of free which I of St. Mark's Guild half
'! 14 ""notations] the the pastor. children spent Sunday with Mr | Moody\ and M.\ If. Moody attendedthe they have finally gotten running I Joseph L. Magor of Ci.np Itlan-[ later at the church. a hour
tort! County Clay- praise service be- and Mrs. Gerald Adklns of Hanip-I tobacco market In Lake City water In their home by securingan cling! and Anne Faber of Starke
, Health Unit,will Prayer'and -
DIlateI' "hots" at the Brooker gins each Wednesday evening at ton.The Thursday. electric pump and putting down I August 10. :\\.11'. .. J. R. Russell Mrs J. W.

eihouse I tOday ,(Friday In- o'clock with choir practice be Southerland, boys are backIn G. W, Andrews and grandson: another well. We are always glad .I Fred A. ROMS of Camp Marshall, Mrs. K. W. Sbrout and

tlona were given at ) 18 ginning at 8:40.: You ar> urged school after a few days absence. Ervln. were In Jacksonville Satur to hear of farm Improvements In Ala.] and Bessie M. Rucker'l :Mrs. E. I... Potter prepared and

ltay Ilnd at Starke yesterday.Lawtey : to attend. They were 111 with Infected feet. day. our community. Starke, August/ 11. served the luncheon.







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I ? FRIDAY. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPU ATARKE FLORIDA ---: \t"Ct.S'l'' it....
1 P.\OE TWO
f . . . a e visited Mr. and Mrs. George Sax- land was the Sunder!'
believed to be sons of so-called 'good' families. on the past week, her paients M, 'nd ant

l s THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH "The ministers often have called this problem to< Graham Mist Florrie Guann of Jack- Brannen.

the attention of their congregations and civic clubs,, sonville la enjoying a visit with Woodrow (l'n shal

r E..t4bll"hed________1877___ Owner It has been pointed out that this sort of delinquencyis By Mrs.. T. I.. Cary . relatives here. Blending war *.''iek.end 'I t
I 4 E. U Mnttheww __._ Kdllor and current all over the nation and is a repetition of a . . . . . I Miss Jessie Brannen of Lake- hIs father, the i R,., CUl.lhl Ne

and Entered Second Claim l\latler similar situation during World War I. But just because and Mrs.' Olin. Graves and'
: PubllHb''tI Weekly (on Friday a* Mr "
n.9 at the Pout( Office at Starke. Florida. boys and girls elsewhere, and some like them 25 daughter Shirley of Daytona I' FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND
\ limitsof ECONOMY
years ago, did a lot of things quite beyond the Beach have been visiting friends RID

. normal youthful living, that gives us no excuse for and relatives here this week. They
WHEN KEATS wrote UA I FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
Let's Keep Hyacinths cleared to Monday BUSSES
:' is shutting our eyes to a matter which can be up. were Invited supper
a from Gelling Started thing of he beauty undoubted a jcforever" .; "Certainly it should be the most important projectof night with Mr and Mrs Clarence FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT '

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:. I In Klngsley Lake had never heard of the every local] organization, and the remedies decided Frazier Recent and visitors family.In Graham In- PLEASE pHONE 147FOR5faT10Y
y)1 should get past the talking stage promptly, else
: water hyacinth. Exot upon cluded Bobble Surrency of Tam-
, entries to reform schools, or worse, may reach a -
our
of Jacksonville -
limpid waters are certainly Forrest Reynolds
lavender blossoms] floating on pa
total. UNION BUS
but when shamefully staggering and Willard Smith. They : STATIONLACY
, '? ; r a sight to inspire praise from a poet, We thank our Gainesville friend for his kind words have been visiting relatives and

: 'p they multiply almost as rapidly as bacteria and words choke and for his evident faith in the power of public opinionand frlendJ CONWAY, Agent

: ', ) up navigable streams, they inspire only cuss the written word. We have faith in these mediums Mrs N :J. Davis spent last Temple Ave. Starke
from irate fishermen and seamen. It also costs theu< F0r!
movement with her
' too for laying the groundwork of any great week In Jacksonville
: ands and thousands of dollars annually to keep rivers But in the "final analysis", we maintain, it is going to daughter, Mrs. Irene Bushloper.

\ and smaller streams 01 water in Florida free from the mean that someone has to roll up his sleeves and go George Rivers and Harvey
troublesome: but beautiful plants. Starling attended the stock mar-
All of which leads us to observe that some well- to work ket auction In Gainesville, Monday Prompt Service Careful Drive

\t its.. meaning nature lover has transplanted a little patch .
, of hyacinths into the drainage ditch leading from Hitler Has Plans' 0 WE HOPE you're rig i h I t Clyde Strickland of Tallahassee

Kingsley] Village down to the lake. Undoubtedly, this: For Going Underground when you get t o daydreaming spent the weekend with his wife Starke Taxi
+ Lit of beautifying was done by someone unfamiliar and think the and baby daughter at their home ServiePhone

and the real] danger that it can become < After Present Defeat war will be over in Europein here
with the hyacinth I of
Mr. and Mrs Henry Rogers
weeks
of or
t matter
f when Introduced in Florida waters. If allowed a here Sunday. 150
ii of hyacinth' months. But certain little paragraph that Hitler Waldo were visiting
a
dt' to grow unchecked, that one little patch John Willie Eddie, Basil and
s might spread( into Kingsley] Lake and spoil one of the wrote back in 1938 indicates that he,still has plentyof Albert Davis, Elvin Casey and

most delightful places for swimming in the country.We plans even if defeated. Here's what he said: Jack Eddy are spending a week i Day Nig
hope that this well-meaning beauty lover and ".\ defeated, nation can even better than a \litorlou-t vacation at Trout Lake.Hampton.
to transplant hyacinth: nation be trained and prepared for the. day.of final
others who might be tempted into victory. It may happen that I cannot win victory atones . . . . . . .
into streams ]leading to Kingsley] Lake, or even
hold In thin coming ware may be forced. to Interrupt
itself will heed this warning and help us '
lake ,
the
these beautiful but pesky plants in check. It. Then we all will be back underground._We will : From where I sit.Ay Joe Mars
But ;
smile, u-f will look, wo will wait after H< e j.irswhen
. BY Barbara florae
the weak and Inefficient democratic I will hove . . . . . . _
General Hlanding Looks 0 A GOOD BOOST for the< utterly failed to solve. the world'. postwar problem, ,

OfHis future use of Camp Bland! then we will suddenly break loone! from underground; On Monday, August 7th the Ella Sproule versus the
The Future
To
ing as a training site,, und our tttupefleil enemies will discover. too lute. that Hampton Elementary school doors

? Namesake Camp even in times of peace to million of their own youth misguided. by weak wlucation were opened with an attendanceof f "Horseless Carriage"Miss
115 pupils and 4 capable
very
come, was voiced by Major disappointed by democracy's failure, will bl'l' on
follows Mrs. Mae
teachers as :
General Albert] II. Blanding (for whom the camp] our ..ld 1'1.' Victory In this third Worlil War will be Miss Edna

) Ra, was named) upon the occasion of his recent visit there.. quick( and eay. It will be In our pocket like a ripe Dudley Touchton Mrs.principal Floy' Sullivan and legend.Ella Never Sproule could get Is a used town to tlon Take versus the question Moderation.of Pm I

Citing the probability that Camp Blanding would be apple we take from the fulling tree' of d.m..na.cy.What .-" Miss Ophelia Bryan. automobiles. Said there ought today, after Prohibition's

s ; t the site of National Guard training for many years to( i can you do with a guy like that? Planning the SSgt| and Mrs. J. C Wynn of to be a law to ban the pesky mal failure, you can hear

come, General Blanding stated that its accessibility to< third World War before starting the second one I The Camp Butner, N C., arrived home _things. meaning people say: "7
4c : both the southern and western parts of the State addedto Allied nations will be bigger suckers than Barnum ever for a few days enrouteTo Camp ought to be another law.

its desirability. lie asserted that Army training dreamed of if they let him get away with it again.23B Crowder Mo. muda Finally where,Miss automobiles Ella went to were Ber- From where I hit,there

4 + tf; {' has proved topographical and other features favorable Mrs. Henry Thornberg of King outlawed. Then the Allies need to be,instead,more f, '!ingoi
Mountain N C., Is the guest of
, ',, Because the post-war military set-up is still a matter bases there-and now Miss Ella facts-more rrnll/atlon; tha
Mr and Mrs lL. \Vatter
r,} of policy to be established by Congress, General o Mr and Mrs Ernest Hunter!on i' watches jeeps whiz by and mutlaw can ever take the plat
Blanding avoided comment on the possible use of the Q ters, "There ought to be a law!" tolerance and 'ration< ,
and little son of White Springs decent law on foi'lenient i
in the future for compulsory youth training
:
camp how certain folks who proper regulation.
.t fanny
i .< doubt in the minds of those who<
'i. However, he left no TO CHECK 1At don't like something' think it
y I heard him that he considered: the site well suited for < 0.*, ? I ought to be prohibited. Or else
.
;i such purposes. \t -, 'IN /DAYS li they try to run away from It, 1/1//
1 ; Not even the most rabid pacifists would dare advocate :I and it catches up with them f:oeII'A., .'

iI it. now that our Army and Navy be allowed to sinl: J.LHARRELL take 666 I like Progress will
1: they had reached before the National by : j
to the low point ,
of ; Liquid for Malarial, Symptom I I No. 90 of a Series Copyrig4r,19.44, Brewing Iiuluttry/ Fa
; Selective Service Act started the gigantic job rebuilding I Maybe there have been wetter naturally going to overflow Its
a{ ; --- -
1940. We close to banks. How about trading bug . '. .., ",. .. .. ._ n--- 'WM.-...__--_ !!' '._ ."
back In came very very summers than the one we're now r. : .., ,., ;, ,, r,,.<.,,,, "*,,,;....!) _
having "too little and too late" and it scared the living I experiencing but I fall to remember gles with me? I don't want to fc-*"* A v'.d"", ,,,,,,,, _... >.,,,..h...' /1.,:'.'>'%//t_....::. >'-" ,_- ....__

:: daylights out of a lot of us who had considered a fair 'em. Passed through StarkeIn leave there In the rain, so guess

r[ sized standing Army a nuisance and needless expense. I a Model A the other afternoon I won't get. back until" about 4:30: PARTICULARLY THIS YEAR !

It is{ hoped that we have learned our lesson and that and Just did make It through the Monday afternoon.
+ some other deep water south of the school I put on-one'of my best hypo-
it will not be forgotten quite as soon as
t building. If the religious census critical looks and answered In a
learned after the first World War.
i X lessons taker had been present he could sanctified tone of voice, "Sure,
c If we must have compulsory military training, and have checked the pedo-Baptlst Brother John. But what's got

it is self-evident that we must, Starke and the other I the deep-water Baptists and me worried Is whether even my

towns within a 50-mile radius of Camp Blanding should the non-believers to a "T". buggy will be high enough to

start singing Its praises right now and in a tone of The peilo Baptists dt"toul'ednrollnd keep you from !getting the seat ? p
I, voice loud enough to reach influential ears. another way, the deepwater of your pants wet." a i w ara

; A little praise-singing might be needed to overcome Baptists went straight Brother John quickly replied

( I some, of the criticism-most of it doubtless: unofficial] through\ and the non-believers, "Oh I'll stand up In the seat and
l i that has been aimed at handing from time to time. started through and drowned out hold the buggy cushion under

r : We hear that it is too sandy. But which had a soldier before Now they I've got seen half some way!lain and my arm."

i; I rather sleep in-sand or mud? We hear that it i Is wet weather since I learned to At that time the Needmore

'+ too hot. But which had a soldier rather have-a few swim In the backyard up In South Creek ford was dry as A bone I

I hot days in summer or months of snow and ice in win- Carolina, but If the rain we had and after the old fellow was gone

: : ter? We hear that the terrain is not suited for train- that particular day wasn't a toad- Eugene and I laughed until our I

Ing-too flat. Perhaps it isn't: suitable to train mountain stranger and a. llghtered-knot sides hurt and every time we

t1 j n4 ', fighters, but men must also fight in low lands, on floater then I ain't no Judge. It thought about It afterwards, we'd
; recalled to a rain laugh again. That Is, until Sun
deserts and on rolling hills. Where we'd like to know, my memory
I i site all types of that ruined the corn nubbins In day about 2 o'clock when It be 1 t _- =,
.,,, f i could you find a camp) presenting Ben len County, Georgia, back In gan to rain. Now, talking abouta I =
that the can't dig nice, neat
terrain ? We hear men toad-strangler and lUhtered-
the summer of 1904.
k, i t fox holes at Blanding because they fill up with water The ground had been too wet knot floater-but that was one'!

as soon as they go a few feet down. But from all reports for planting in the spring, but Not Just for an hour or so, but
,. 1i reaching this editorial desk, fox holes also fill fiAm the second day of :March all afternoon, and when we wentto 1r

r r ; (., r up with water in France and Italy, so isn't it better until about the tenth of June it sleep that night it was still :
$ + ', for men to learn to dig them under other than idea] hadn't rained a drop. pouring' down.
'; d conditions? i Near the turpentine camp where The next: day Just a little after

-t' Perhaps Camp Blanding isn't perfect, and we would my brother Eugene and I worked noon. It stopped short and didn't

a ,,, be the last to claim that it is.I But from what we'veseen lived" a deep-water Baptist who rain another drop. Along about
had, Implicit faith In his own ,,4 o'clock Eugene suggested that
Uncle Sam
and heard of other training grounds,
preaching nnd praying I was; we saddle-up and ride down to
t'' ; would have to look a long while before finding another
; just as big a hypocrite then as ,the Needmore Creek ford to see DON'T TRAVEL
o ,,1 2 site more suitable for year-round training of men when now, but went to hear Brother Brother John's reaction when he

his post-war compulsory military training program John preach every fourth Sundayand saw how generously his prayers

gets under way. tried to be just as good on had been answered And by golly
that day as he was. He calledme believe It or not. Brother John
Brother Joe and I called him had to roll his pants up to his Ude44 apt44t
The Pen la Mighty AN encouraging note, intimating Hi,'other John. i. knees stand on the seat, hold

','. Rat Cannot SolveJTiis that there is Karly Saturday morning, Just I the buggy cushion under one arm

;"1 Problem Alone widespread concern over before the tenth of June, Brother I I and drive with hla! other hand.
;l s ; the problem of delinquent John drove up to my front gate I The old t>orse lost his footing a

minors, came to the Tele- and said, "Brother Joe, I want I few'yards out from shore and All transportation today Is taxed to
you to do me a favor. The Vlck- had to swim the rest of the
graph this week, following our recent editorial dis- way!
4f t, ; closing some of the facts we're up against in Starke. erslts! have sent for me to come After that if Brother John told -and there are too many capacitycE ?
over and help 'em pray for rain. me It was going to rain, I either .
The note, signed by J, 31. Good, stated: TRAVELERS
((20 to 30
ODT .
%
They want to hold a protracted stayed at home or carried a big says ) '
"In the rlnul analysis public opinion run rectify many :: ;
umbrella ,
prayer meeting beginning tonight and rain coat If I did
evils, but till opinion It often ubIUIotii to the low lull
critically needed
and continuing until the clouds go out Yes sir, Brother John space.
Mate of inoniN of our children.. In my opinion nothing sure knew JiitI'flJ! !
bui st. Now my buggy wheels are what was going to
can do morn to correct the Juvenile tlrllmiuencle. in so low that I'm afraid I won'tbe take place, U and when he took So enjoy a vacation at home this year.

f Staikp, lulni'MVllle and l other towns and cltlcw than able to crons back over the old his troubles to the Lord In prayer You have
editorlHl* Ilk. jour*. CViiKt-utuhitloiis. on jour superb Needmore Creek ford when I start always wanted to do just that LABOR DAY
anySped
word picture.'" back borne without getting wet I i And for once in my life-all way. Discover comfort, beauty and

,; That Starke Is not the only town now toiling in the all over. The way I'm planning my friends please note-I've real- recrea- -t: He
: to pray that old Creek Is Just ly told the 'I tion at #
t throes of a serious juvenile delinquency problem is truth! advantages you never dreamed existed
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4?, n ;, shown by the fact that almost at the same time our spent Monday, evening with her -and feel DAY has steal'over.
fit LABOR -
i editorial was published a similar one appeared in the sister, Mlaa Ida Ragas as never before when it's all trot-

s;. Suwannee Democrat published at Live Oak. Theressally Mrs J, W. Moore of Valdostawas been a peak for pleasure

i k I "Normal youngsters are supposed to be filled with :Miss M.i lagan i visiting relatives and friends el. Be wise this year and 3Y0''

y boundless energy and all work and no play makes Jack . . . . . . here Monday. evening.Cpl. After Victory? Well Florida Motor Lines all travel I to resort spots. P roy'>
-": a dull boy," this writer stated. "But we face real Ernest 'Tries of Camp doing all
c a Frank Kelaey ana Cleveland Shelby, &hss, has returned to his will see to it that your patriotism by :
fi, / + challenge when groups of boys, aged 12 to 17, roam in Veal were visiting In Starke on camp for duty after spending a15day you are richly rewarded critical trans'for
"., '; and around town with the will to do nothing but idle Sunday afternoon. furlough with his parents your patriotic you can to help a

;.; their time away in a pool room or dabbling with something Bill Hall, Qarfleld Johns, :Mrs Mr. and Mrs S. ,E. Tries understanding and co- portation problem.ORlDAMoTOnllNES.
IL 1 s : much worse. During these weeks of war it I is J, P. Dickerson and 'Mrs. Lydia Mrs. Carlson 'and children of operation.

? i. a sad rebuke to every adult who has a boy too orry.to tail were visiting In Gainesville Green Cove SprIngs: spent the

f lend a hand at some worthwhile task.:' Sunday, week-end with her mother, Mrs.
"Some of the boys get too much spending money Mrs. Florence Johns and son. S. R. Sw Indell,

,tn.. and not enough parental attention at home," this editorial with Grady.MrsV of Hampton. spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Armstrong::
D. Garrett here. of
) v continued. "Those:' who fail to get Starke spent Sunday with J.
money at Mrs. MUllcan of Ocala spent theeekmd D. Phillips and
home are to get it elsewhere] family.
managing and petty rob- here with her parents Mrs. Ben Loper and Mrs. Kel-
r bems are being charged to their hands-some of them Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sulllvao. II I s..y were business visitors to Pall -

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. Mildred Mol of Jacksonville < .. ate of I.uther* ( nil I Smith ".. 511111 IT 4llIIT. lit ,lI'ltllI) aid I M ml,.. and. nf tins 1"11 judgment I''
I 1 .
Hill Gum snlLi.IaBy ;: ; T the N week-end. Norman.with Mi and .,Sd| I II Cuiirt Smith tu,' file, anil\\lth MHI tli i me.. l'l..nli I Iliilid.nil and attalnst 1 offlolal \

'inMlu t I t.n uiipvnruiii 1&\1111 &;t. l.ottlH, t'la I Iul Iff. ".. neal nf thin Court this the

1't L'II'" flurgess15.1Cil By MKS. KDDIK NOIOLXN Mra. T. N. Norman Mr and Mra. E. S. Sapp ; (, .I I%l'hi')ir Ill buttmiit Ii itaof, 4y. In .a Ill. I 11':11I111", st. l.oiilK. rufeiMtint, Cai *tNo 20th day of July. A. l Ii. I 11144
.I AIIKU-I. Utll.
c FI.-I.I. A1a. a a a a a a a S i S a a a S S S a a a a S S a as two little sons were dinner 1>. I 1H44 iiiul Ih'arl..r file, with 1 ouiii'ii. : OK ri'iii.ic\ '\ Pulled IM'WIN: Statenixtrlit ItM1MAM.I.Court.. Southem Clerk, ,

lof Mr. and :Mra. Lcxtcr lst CUrk yumilt. I I i,.n il,'firiM-. .\x I> MVTICIJ 10 .\IMM5:.Ml ll. net of Floi Ida.MlKKICIAI. -

. . a S Robert Norman of Jack Mrs | nntu th Hill In 1'Iln. i.f "" '.\TI': oK 101.01111'I... CininiiM : ) rK:. LI)
onvUe Agnes Herth and the Sunday In the RUIng I 111 of Hi.\len In K.lhli II tin- I.,lliit whoso refililence IH 110,, loIy1..1.. Tucker Clerk.
Is Lteputy
.,uned to Maxwell spending this week his Misses Margaret and Marie 'I ,( I |iresrI 11,41 h\ I 11\. I I'5, Morlet, :Ve\v York 1-S$-4t-11-11

(' JU trip to mother : J. E. Norman.lf. of Jacksonville Sapp Mi- and Mrs. A. F. Hull I I ll< i'Hin full iit.i oi Jmlnmenl. will I You an* require: I )! to H tilIPli'' liii14't'iu.ifllil'

after pleasant l were visiting their children of Jacitsonvi.le and cnt.'rstl. airnliiKt M>' .\ ,I.rR,1 ( Illh 1H44. III the .bi>\i'

very happy- and Mrs. M. 3. Sapp of parents, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp Th. l tt\U'uJt "OI'S'I''tI.I: n..m.,1 Coui It ami tnuiiovhvielii >OI1 1-1
!14B> Mellon of !HM'H I 1 I. I
that yellow carL Lke Butler were Mr. Sunday Auburndalt were I I 1"I.rll.lr. l>liilntlffeokn illvoni'. HrHilfoiilCfiiiiuv Notice I In lieiehy ntlven unto nil
t
n'ridc 'n visitng It't. 1 pulillsliHil at 81 TiUicrHiih oluill lii ish I Ihl.I I.
pit
and Mia. James i ing Mr and' Mis. T. N. Irl.l- 'r..II"r. and ..It".I1". imalntit thsestate
'
Count .
wonderful man Inrrd Friday. ) Kloi Itla. i Oilier In in xt four \\eeKly |MHIIISltneKH .
John Pievatt I"'I" (if 1'. ,, T .
of Law "" Hmlth.
most Mrs. Norman ley was Surulay afternoon. t ed an the new"I"*|iI'l' \\' my Iniiul ami: 11..rfiuieIseal : : l .c.I.
the returned to Lake I I I'u': : to file clalmii.
I saw I I : I your duly Sworn to,
{ Hugh. visiting In the home of T. N. this notlio utah be itiltI ) ut 'ts 1kv, riorlibi I this AIIKUHI. with the County:; Jiidtre: ; uf Jliad-.
Butler .
with them I .
to few oiioo .
a a foi four
ould have goneDaISy spend Norman .k .it- 4th 1944. ford
Sunday. County. on or before right,
n5 ,nd 1 iull\ii. wcekn |n lor tu unlit limit (lib'"KUMt 8i\I.) .V. J. ThomnM nionllm
from
Lang but the roadsJ. days.Mrs. Air. and fosr 11 1101(1Inr.'slzsczst lIt AiiitiiKt IH441TNKSS .\ Clerk of nalil Court t the flmt Pllblh..llonor I
Mrs. H. tiia
C. Edwardsand this
1101 h'*, or the will be
nain
had such a mar- Ruth C. Dtnnet left on \\ : niv hand uiul NfHl i>f I II I. II I. I Hum.nn, kHonvllle I I K'orhlii, burred by tatute nf
J. 1 nave children of Jacksonville were lit I.'olI't, nt Stnrkv. llrtidfoid Alt).. fur IMf 11.141 U-l Ihnltatlonii,
Thursday for '
a few short a v with her Itt 'v. 1 Smith AdmlnlHtiutor.
such I Horlilu this 25tli day of
''n visiting relatives here ) 8141180.
time like a son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I Saturday '. 1>. 1U44. 1, -:

that it all) seems i Mrs. Clarence Crews and Sunday. Your l"rst"" ( ."" '. HKAt.: ) .\. J. 'l'IItttiAS.' i\ o.lno.III' 4'oi sir. nit tiiMMiitIIMNI \ .'.. 14 AI'iT .
of Lake of the Couit of Ltiiid- '\ Kl.411111111, l\ 4llt %. . OF K % I IOKOIl

at City and from there she will go Mig. R. M. Johnson and daughter In . I Cnunty. "t''ul.1..11. 4 I-:II1.Ilasrl '. IMUN! I ,. !>.:t.::1'l HOI "W Ill .I. >o. .,
Clay .In'frcI
i I gtmted Monday divided' to Daytona Beach for a few Madge of Graham are upending -4t- -! 1'v". tllenn":liaphet.\II'.rllUrt".tll.Ii "iirfninii.. IMnlntlff liefxililnnt. I- IIICK i 114 iirurnv 1 : : divuv.I

,
ly r children were weeks. this week with her daughter 'C..U.. ') 1'f..:"'"'ln. CHM. :.. 324Ht .that the follow Inhn' P Fianklln the holili of

long three teachers-Mr. Mrs A. D. Norman. iv TIIK cmriir ('01 HT t. I'hlrl.a A. n..bY. > or of Sill>.mit: dr.* 1'1'liLICATIIIV 1 $11 Ill. ci-rllfl. I :Inir)'ales I tlfkateH foi han: fllid
deed
Mrs. Eddie n tax to
Eunice and Miss Colet Norman and son, ji UK.i I.. 0 im 01 ., 1"lorld. by \ of the .\MU1ICK\ TO Al'I'K.Ut be Issued thereon. The
III'S Mr. and rs. R. C. Keen of .U.ITI "" nested In me by law PATH dl'- "FI.OUHIV, lll.'lli i ieiltfi'utsIi
Herbert .
Eunice board were visiting relatives In : IM sic' Flnlllltt ii Ill tiers and > earn. .of I iRHiiamii, I the.
Miss hereby i-Bll an .lectlnn to lie Albert I I to r tutu ii, >\hti L \ I.ll. i I.
HitI .
> dimi
L Henry Carter. i j Brooker Sunday. The followingwere Jacksonville were vis'ting'! hIs mother -1 ,I11. .onl I Dl ,' at the City Hall In the afore 1to Ni. X. M"mil.III, Neuiirk t he r.1'10"I| I or thi piopetianil" I .

.
Mr. nillllMH I III ,
and :1 U ,1 .I's l ) ) HI ll
guests at the home of Mr. Mrs. Nancy Keen and brother Ola Marirnrvt town by the qualified voters You iitw leiiulred I I to "PI.r..r| on are a. followsCertlfloale : 1
Sculley sent me Nmlh. Plaintiff Tuexdav rieptemlier 12. l 1R44 for 'AUK" Ill, 1144, In the .h.". nniiDiltouit "

George had lost myna 'and Mrs. Eddie Norman Sunday: Vanlce, recent1r. Lather Carl tmlh and purpoiie of electing the ftillo\ and iHiiMe, viheieln I (I.iliilntlffI'i'kM I Nn: 212. \ l Urulon I *mlth. July Int, I IIMJ, ileNl'tIItIlfl
needle and didn't know what Mrs. Tommie Lewis and little We are glad that little Shirley OIlUKIt OK 1.r"'I'.n', .\"TIONNOTICE .r..a JIVO": 'I 01 her dlMiiie relief I Itiiiilfonl, Ii Mi nil: v County nf chllil:'t I ,Tvleitrn uml: or Property: Uits I I. 4 of Mlk 41. 4

[ daughter, Betty Ann Mr. and Halley Is very much Improved at TO AI'PEAU Three |>b nli.ill iHihhxh, thin inler In LIVItIIt..tnni Tiuhy M 1op Suli-lHv ,;
.
without ttw this TO: I.uther furl Smith: I! of natd election .T. Ij. next four 21 NKl Her. t* Twp, It. S '
1 writing. She has : weekly luxueii
Mrs. Thurman been in .. nr. 11 K
will celebrate Jones and little I I No G0816H, c-o IT H. roa.t ;I . Jl C. .ror.l. Paul \\ Itni'tot m). Imml unit offli I lilt Name I In which aimciseeit ,

Carter daughter, Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. a hospital In Jacksonville for several U.ora"lown. South CarolIna, I M" Iliyes. mill II A. :H"Jmold..w..n. Deal Ht Still.ke. Klol bin. 1 his 2l h Hum All, Franklin.
of mild
.
birthday anniversary on M.tl.r. Ilruton Nmlh.0 tentlniunv hereof, I hireunto of Jlll\ '144. property belnir In the
:h Robert days but will soon be home t 1
Norman and County
Joe Norman. of tiradfuid State
will have a large WiY Ha.plal. C.nwI) ( ". ". niv nnm. and ratine the (OrKIClAl..KI." .) .\.1 1 ThonuiHAH of 1'lur-
,ay and, 1 again. Imp: .1 of the mild' town tn here t'irk i uf HHliI ,'11\11.1 Ida.PnlesH ,

i rain and visiting Sadie Carter. I Mrs. C. Chantain and little Yon, and each of you are affixed, this the Slit .Jay uf It II. 1 Ultimo, Ml\ t. '.wh illdit . mil'h tvitlfUnt* or oerllflules i-

notified that a milt h.. been 1944 J ii.'ksonx I Ille i Kloililn At\'. foi . shall be redeemed I aCLdldlnK ,
I t'If.I
I | :: ; : /
.< wilk'noon' now has three I shall not get to visit Clay daughter Sue. of Hampton were againit you In the l'lr.1 ( { t 'I 'I r, si: H,) 7-JS--41-H-18 tn law the.I propeity I deHirih I d In

in for another I II fnr tlradfortl County CIIAKI.KS 1 I \. 1)4 fl fly Mayor such i'et.lIfl.",. or cvitUtitcs will I
Is again three ,
Oscar her Mr.
B service Italy.j Hi visiting parents and Mrs. Chancery by Ola II. $mlh. I 'Slitned ) .Charle. A. I be .old lo tha hlghnnit) blddor at

I : )sely writes she I months but I shal not soon for. 1 J. S. Sapp Sunday. ,ame being a suit to ." l ..r. : lnuliy I IV T1IH 11..11ilT'ra:1'I: .MTIIICT I th* inurt hum* door on the first I .

decree of dIvorce rendered I I Johns Ctil'lll' Full 'I'III I"! MOl(''III .Monday in month nf Hi iiiemhei I ,

grand time piytas 1n the get. Love to all. Misses Dorothy Norman and .aid Ola II. Smith In nuld l'l.rk., 8-4-4t-8-25 !.i I-IIV;:. ......1M.STIIICT. .: (.'Ii".. KIMItm: . t!. *. I 11144_I!. ._whli:.h! .Is I the 41 h day of 81'pDatetl -

I 0 .. ... .i' A""I'.1111 ". "''OUP'. n..

r H-tCTION i4i.tiOlitrlcU ana ; after' toe- emlrsttno I Petitioner -.v.t.11I Ai'ItCM l: OKi. IhlH 2Mb duv of July 1944OKKCIAI .
mat
Of r ort tne luuawittn meuaaivni ai .n auDiO iucn
_OTl,1) o. mote iJBtnt *na -. .ua'CIDIU., the terra ;.. said i..'M\, MOID: on I.KSM: MTCAIIJiv ( I. SIJAU) A. .1. THOMAS.Clirk
in. lIa..n.tlut..o be .I lf'Cld fo p term lion J4 ol Article III nt the Onnntltutinn town and not Oln.rl .b o Count :
.AS. La..atur. of ha' and the from 01 the State nl Florida reiatm nt Paid the office 1111111..11.. !. rOUN'r1'I'1''N: uf Cliiult I Ci.iuiit of liiadfonl, ; ,

'; .. 10 Jo&flt RS0.ptopQMfli or tour eeU MOthl Ol oat to uniform count and municipal aovernment The OUDt. o D. and the Count Cuall. OK '.olltl I 'A, ANU I \\'/\l.Tl.i1 M CiMinlj.I 1"1"101.

1" dll pa. the PU.tD Tears .111 ano lb. clanHtricatloo otcitM. ana muolclp.lt twn t.lclt'r .t NIIII.I'11'I : : A I., I..r."d.I.. !". 7.:111-41-11.111
ameolm.nl t roe 01 two frm and other Auoa..nal D.bl.hee
tne state o .or.a. wn 1B44 and town the name I. a".a. ".Ial el.Ulct Coual duties 8"0-.1-11.) . M>'l'ICK: OP 11.10:11.| | - -
created be
i..Jwe to 0. r. ODer. M hereav o .ac 0 lav b Solicitor within nf N.\' 10V PIKICKKIMMIM. 'l'.) Al.lj "
< each IN
"ot Ounte TIII1 |INlTit>
agre and 8ea.rr .nal .le c 'bal b after created b* in eacn 8TVTPS: tIls.!
.I.
member . 'b.r.a" ea. mIlled Stats shill become tb* duties WHOM I'r MA\ VCiilN, AMITo ..
.
.UItn lo term fou .a" L. .leCLor Counties, shall retain and control )1111' "!It l' HOC'I' ItS IMS.
I on pale ot Florid General Election vi the Attornev lo eaco said : t ta ) rl lie follimlnir I pernonNlio
90114. &t U.. cert in eiwe o a r. v fix their respective 8Lt 0 TKICr OK FfOIIIHV i tIN l'l'KI:"
power .
enterea upon State Reorerniative. be neRd 1944 are lenldentii of the State of Kli.rlla
in
and .
(uMlulioni in 0 purpose ot HTAThS: OK AMI.KICA: Petitioner
otlo ScLa
ouroa' WUB ?,. ywu Ple for approval or rejection that i> toav posing the mlllaRe mUII"n' I. On and after the et. : t. Cluk of "Clirult, CourtKiudfoid v. Still Aden ot Ijtinl IBMM
nun a or
I tbereon. and they did deterausct It lIaA 1 . that Section M o Article DI 0 property 10 said Counties. .ub," . ot the ra ot tbe I Coiintr. Staiko' "Klorlda In Hi.ad foul County I Sill is of H'lnr-

tout toe said Joint aabtH..UTlON .PropOStflS c the Constitution ol State ot ad valorem or like taxee u. Criminal Court ol _cM' "'I.fllllI.I"'" i>f: t. HpeHNanl I. 1.1.1. It A. Oreen I et III.I I l'efendii Ills.

DS luonutied lo tne eiectur.. I .JIN' al AnIC. 1 0 105t.UUC1I1UL&'O Ida b. amended .to re.d tok eacn ".ore muacl"ltV. Or.0 Ouall. for which I Holland l ilovernor TalliiliaMnre,I NO II 124-I i civil.. Norici: UK i',':-
u '
sjtuoo in"ihSulfORB. &
ueneral 1' .
,% si UK 110. : district each are have Kloilda, 1. II. A. .. : otbe ""Ial .lal beD DIMN\'IIOV iMiin\im: 10
1 IllIriSls Section M. fbI .hall ana the Tax on January 1845 the offices Tiillnliai-Bee, Florida. 4 JIMnlil
14. JuaI.ClS O.I. .1.I.U. .. t I WHOM I IT MY CONCI'IINnill'KIIVH : : '
. R A GRAY. teislll1 .tabllih S uniform county of said Counties shall in the Clerks of ermla. Court lairp'n. Statn Tl: eamirel'i : : .
lelltInit foi Condemnation
:,01 Ami* ui in* S" I uiciua, r"G W 1.ac.. d. & and municipal government. which s10 assessment add the amount Record 10 aoL Oun". the | TnllHhaANee. Florida R. J. MI.... ,ha.a been
.u& filed
0'i give nuuce tnat . V.&:.. be applicable except in cases . o* puce t ut tbe a'i 0* Heoord ('otniHroller., Tallnhn.mM>, t"iori.ta.ft on AUM-;
GNRAI.lll Slliubse bS .0d4 .-.. local or .pedal are provided .ac .mp.c mlal. the Court Crime. I list I ill Ii. 11)41: AM amended. In t lie
lk.IUN dWSIUAMCMI T. -" .. n d o* t. In D. .N lit liaii Mrtvo, CominlNnJoner' ofAgi ,
Florida SUMSWIMC .mou.L l United SluteH IHMilit( Court for thaSouthern
in SIfl c.. I dUdl lIla ,..sOClalS. mnv hereafter b pr.lde .the Counties and shall all b and U'iilline I : TiilliihHKMee. Klorlda I ,
V U.e. O.al" aOollle.
aitxi ucc eu4iig urstKuvtlinOl .. ;u E1bS Mature' that InconBistenttherewith. U ol the t I lilHtiltt of Florida. by
4 L. G Criminal 7. Intiliitent. nfPnhlh
Ci.lln KiiHllnh: '
bttl CI.r. up.'i'i
.. ill .. dWCblUU AA4 b I the I niteil Stale, of Petitioner
!!. i%. ,4. U 01 aba' .. . \ AmeiUa.
"
onto
I OSIaSS eZCCS IMp niaub. ecemou isu.. ..*. bu 0 Counties I I ItiHtt IK tlon. TullfihHHHeePlorldM I I ,
.
.0 intilliiol I the ilffehdantaherelmifter
.4 UlelrIs "* NOVIIMBIIRlOU".D .SIC PeWS .U4.AIA4.b-U Ills *" Filed in olno Secretary 0 State ias ivuiivcburs ui Ills Cuuutive dut. o the Clerk 01 Ins H. .1.I loinVlltNOM. .Mtollievlleneral. I ,
,I ..f ur .lAS . 1 June 10 11.A ; ui in Uade I i. TallahanHe I Florida ,II,. named und aicalnstany
oraOK
< theinl sb "CllPdI . IOU o..te & 1 Oual und nil <
o Immi
or rejection LLICQ .w. ..1. o. taken I |>i SOuP hiiIlhIOIllIre
TIll A .1 .UDI. ,
ovuuAue ad .1. 1'.I..ln: IjiirMon. HtatH TieamirerTallahafHee .
prupuslng amenauiuuiubioa gCIIM' SIb551105 r.40.. RESOLUTION Proposing to eacu \ uuknoMii to I Ihe Petlllonei,
.
4U a part ot ins dutlea
Ill
.. JOIN kMU AWe Floi I HI. J. M. I I.eeCnliiiliiUi .
: Ida.
Va.IMPOI
UlV 01I aidlali. LMCPS .. .0. and Section Sevenol 1UA SUA .. I. Clark, of the ""oC ; i lalmlnir, or who 'may ilalni, to
1 .acu t.a ..... AAUAMJMIQ lux bAiesui t ,'r. IllllHKf l>, Ilollila,
VUb .iUdlOS, ... Article XVUI toe O.naUtULlno Dade orange hit vs mi I IntervHt t I Itt or a generalor
&V. .. 0. CSCSI5QJudlll.d o iki aua .010li5ISi4I 311./ ae II I. duller H Mlhley, 1liHiei, t Flor
V.IU 1U: .. ,.usa1Y. .0 .. 11010.5. tne Slate ot Florida Relating r > ._ A1U 14050 bU O. tus sssuuiptiuu new J A. I 123 4th ti.iifli': lien iiimn t tbe tealpiopirly ;:
.AU lul ,4aIsl b A idai\ Htennit. : :
." Term ot Office fenona : unoer me tun .i leMiilhed I In I said l petltlin I I .
I. bue
o Appla& CIMA ul
O".A 0 till 501yeard. IMP .r.o. PelerHhiim Flu II: Tn
.. 0010 SlIMS 454.150 oy Mlleel, Ht *
Vacancies thereof
.... .. . ..- &.dIZ1S. ".. Ma.IZISIP sip1SQY or EIOL.c to 1 E. tAlb| vritlAiu ul .. .,.. abal not "LII. any officer (:..lle'tr. Itradrmil County Sin ike.Plorldil or unv part bv, I Ihiotighor
.CICI.U15 Under Bald ,
uniler of
.u" any the IieI'eliictleriillfl.i
.. out tn :i : :
4 51I ..... &C0siQ.. hIP 5la.d10Kb "v Olhc. .Ca.nnutO aiAti AUCiuu44 BAA C. ) baxn. upon CIP.D.aloa. : lilt;s'rbI:14: nf 'I 1 InteriiHl i ,
10hIllS. a. . .." *ua a-Avua. 0110 .ue new dutlea I paitleH. or liny of them,
V54U1UM ofKlnrlilii
Fund of Hlnte
ast au ImproviMrii lit
.
.U. ..i oe .
Or JTArfOAAAsA.AUUt tb biiMliiimlM
LUCY. ) iiyAVA iJOA OAAAa In..c to IncludltiK wiveslilown ,
.w< !.aiAlS, ( .Vo. .. uu.oOa. Ill .) .. bHMVU 0) *A1V lUv4AA4C44.A4lbA, .". "al oDL.n. D I 14 HpeNsaril r.. I Holland I I .
U4 ii44U VAAta tbAtfAlbAAUcyl OtfCuuu aistriub law \\ 'i 1..11.1.t h..II..I-h.w.I
p 1UW4*,* asgMMsb ._ UM* Si 1T155'I5Z 551o0IMOCU. .. .. oi ubAiei UM4A4 .. II now. leo.ra 0. ",\'I*i'HOP, TlllhlhllHxi-e, I 1"ln.IIII., I lit . .
0 aua OSCIIUM I LW ..e. o. ... 4,51h'tit N. Kuaidliitis, iidnilnlHtruttiiH
.UCQ .
AAbfl.IS Uab.kSst.d U... polaDilall ... . u ) W4blA44A eaUU UA S441U m. .1 I. Kduln I LuiiHon, (Htatft I TienNiiier, I I
a o t tb.
.. ... . w. ... bJl till WUAAttbll UbAWlA IMP OUtt ( .. ,, UlMV tMUVlUkj .laL. Hung of their dnvlNeeH, I. gateau ,and, c'l nil-I
llaLSaibel .55..al10U
. .. l .. .. .UI.M LIICI.S1SI .u' OK SAliA b4MB '. saiarie. TallahatiHee. Klorldn. Iff J. \t. l.ee.
tA4. OPteD
lao abroad 10, ) SUttlA a4SO o tneir torn, If uny. of said persons undIhw
.1 I CU1.VV.UMS
.. 4I... Sl.. SlIM .silatlOl.rOVO5d I1UUVVISiat paso OA SaiU ". pr""Olnl ',n, roller. Tia liii hilipte. Floi'Ida.
"
o
15. SIP fee i If
dallas .. .. UAJABS AICCAUUS 11 ; r : ; I Dlreiliirn und sto kholdern i ,
auo ubuex
_._ Ws MSCbjUlS Cuss .eel auy & v ulna. lVmnilimlon) ofAiri
r
bl bW However thaI Nuttian Mayo,
.. .141.0 C. 10111C0 tU IMP (1UA41A4 e0.M4rd IMp ._ aucu OFficer any of I the mild ('iiuiatloiiH, and "
iab444C41b4Ub IC IDlY oUuMIY cisea wibuiu palO .... ,. a* oa h..nltnie. 'I'llaha.Hee. Klol Ida' ,
CMftlbM! we
. .A VlUAiUbk AUijavuoa 1C1M0.alIUSS staled
p. M4te Ui .u. the 'liiiHteea
0111150 .. .. ceiuit bo tue D.r.t I theieof.' I It said corlioratloiiH -
bUS UCAb .'Uale. aCIdM.a..l O teielduS' el Ills Q' u.*t4tt ..c..r. snau .Llona. a. Isle IN .1.I Tom, \\ .1.t .". A I br fey fleiieinl I -
> au POdUOlS oiliciaAs ul eacu .. ad t lie .i iso I lv.il, I thw I KIIIII-
J D
.
CSis .. .U..a uawu uruyef. sucn I TI.I..hll.i ... Florida I 10 Tur,
assistants .
.. .. .100I0 ... .e".UQ dIals.J10b. . .UWUB Uiat A. .Idy. SlId DVSISUIM AU tu" respvctive employe. tees, llenors, usHlirnees, MID L"sNirM
.
.ASS p.e.ast.C .p. r'uel WISGU .... "J 0 a MUU 0 bA AAb4C4. .jbviXi iu IMp wvulibuaou auuiuruy. tasea cuiiectou 1 .. expenses ol tbe olflce .m.c ptntlni. & ItoHln KaitrirH. Im' At- or next of kin. of ativ of I Ihe suld
.. .
I o UJI 41UlVb *.i SUCAI may oe approved oy tne Inntl I ii' Vntlnniil I I Hank I Illdir I ., .finkNiinvlll -
ul lOP 001ev
... utu ." defendant I. berolnafier t niitiHid'
( ... piuviueu oy .e. & or
.0 oe .
,
.4. .. . U AU41UW*. .LUCY .." ul such oy ).. 1"1"1.111.. ( hi The followInir .
.. -I .. . auoAi Could . tus CuaLI. o their I 'predei "..., I III I InteicMt or of
.... .. . uiuei ,. .. ,
"a .. l'rOpOelDg aoAbueflWlbUOL jOtNl RJULU.UON HUH ur i>firsoun desiring I
0 uny pet ; anyIntel
,
A iu IU44. oe
.It .. .. .. Lake .. 1,00- 4tfVU4Ut bU 1144 t .UA > lAiout ..1 ""Ol..a oy Ills .a..ul.. unknown If living und If ,diiceafitil .
.5 "CI. SUUAA est In itch titleS
'
or
.. stabeuieAtb .C. \ iiimn ur
.
..... ... .. 4.C -. Sluflue OY d0U10$ 111S1510 ., tOP VlKLblW M4liCM tAMV4CA 01. 1UOUIl4UM taa viuuitfiu ur acivage laxes laws ....." any, .."r. ui spe I Ihi-lr I unknown lielri I mnnteen.. .ln-. \ the mild I ton I |iiop.ny or' uny
SJ.a4 .--. S. ... .LU'.U" .I10L10" OldI.ICCIIUU .uao Sa.dilu 10 114.1 aa wueudac year provisions ul 1111. Artiuie "I..H. i pi'mortal I -pri'm-ntullw I I mn .
oe..u" ..J .. aMy uue oe Hurt tlieieof, bv 'thiough oi fiouithem
.
all .1.. .. 10050. 011r1LALUC CLIPS 1441 AU>A4b4A .u.a ana .1 suit-executing'" lue Lgis- .lKnn Vihone naioeM and iiddiesMeH,
b A ) 4A4rf .
.w.. ... . 01.515 .r.e' ..U.J .. A ol ..ro..f w. give or any of I III..m. and, 'Ibelrluspnitlve
us..a..w..a ... b ) SICOUlU .ly lAts&V SIlLS b44V .*.vUUA4 AAAii .D .. "", .0 r..aD. *- unknown: Sit .11. H. Hllilev
.
. .. 1OOlId .1 ol 'Dt.rl' I I hiisbaniH, wIveH I I
_. ., IbIs .u.J ur.9VWb4UA4 ".cn "ur.. "r., ui. w.rU. puruses //.e J. ,\. 22. I I.. A. M'vim. i :: ; IT 'W'I. I II
btiuAi ol Hi Wtcwnrt.
.. w . v .. .. ICAICPI .a .. .. .. a a.. tu* eotiuicaitw suttu ue u ueu I .. tins auu i wldouviN and. their nnd. nil i of ;
1..r. as@aWOIC Al" direct tneir i Known I t.. .\ \\lnn I
4s 4MU.LOsS 01 ura '. MA* bU .4VCUOC.LO iiiii's IlK '
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U ,
.. ILlS
. .A "W .. taxes upon .t I..e. U ." oy lue SIICUCSHUI I In tltbi I I nnil I IoIl..r..l undnil oil
.
UA tewi MMMV . ... ... I. .1 &r0VI545 I' ., ai,4A4ACtto VAAAbV ... e4"b* .4uutiiy lot ..co ,e. may oy. .. .w. tOe Legisia- \\IMIIIIS: u |10.1 llflon for londeinniitlon of whom anil ivhone IIIIIIIHS and ,

butt UU4.IM, MAAUfcUUMl... .. "gCCM1Lte U so, "A .uea iJlLtle, biuu .uau ue iu .tuab tiuib ul lilt k ue oy COOl cuimctui ul eucu. ".to, cotupeu- I lisle I I"'n Cl 1.1 on the t TIll I I plat.CM of leHldeniit, me unknownllo

Sb SAP .' .... ". ... wa .0 lOU Luceddy 1. 1.00lirdI & ...I '" '" t"Jl .. t44. lUCIA o. .1 pruviaeu uy mw, r.Ie''h. auu U. ea day of .\ I n P. tH' l I, HH ) by bit h ,
I ru.r &..110.1510). ... "J A" u""I.e. .no IMP A44b AVAUAJUa4A4 > uiuy iaAM. auu bua ..eo. a.e uuudukl ul .C. ". ai- :::, : .II.'I.I.i:;: : : : 17th" il'iv of. .itily. pullllolinr, u li.Iitl1llish' I
.
.
of
. .. . .. .u".U"j bo cuuiiiy ULieuy tho Ptillid'' Hliites Amerkapiuved
"L..J
.1 .w...... .. . W. IlUIdI.w .0 .. ...y ..b ...A vuifAA et.b.uoA4.flbVU uut suiu auu wuicu oy m* ui .. wui-ie Ley.a.c "..... .UUA.uuus.and. A. 11. 1944 In tI.n Pulled HtatinPlHlrlit : foi::: i'ondeiniiallun I upon' /

.. ,_.. .-.... --. IOW''U' D. .".. AA4iye _W..) o OMAUiJUU GIUSUAV are soulUlItli AAIIU blue .". .. COO Wily U cvuuui Court for I tie Hnnllmi.I | proper compenNUtlou for 1 the UNI?

..w' "_ .. .aSS ..... .. lillbUa.VbIJ dl 11. L.ZUIS. . .H ". .. cuuveibcu uy .. and cnaigea ul unices UI MS.* I niMirl'i' of I lorlHa liy I the. I miniHlnteM of tha Uniti'il SItu'Isis of A""" ."'11. 4.
L..a., 4 . ISdUS ." a. 1 OAAAll. 0 ". COO Old pru erty .. . WltUui UUCQ nf Aninilm, p< I Hlloneiaunlii I I .
... . & ul SUIU C'UUUtle l In .? tIlt h I the eNtHhllsh-
.A' ... '
,
-, .. .bMJVS SJ II.Vl., v&'. V ul IU" GuudLI1.U1i0U USIlls A JOIN1 HBbiJi.UiAON cropcwmg U.A4A4ttAm uru raw "u.e.U ,, SUCAI w ...U. 0. OUkllun AIUUS : "t the ahotn niiiiied defenduntH :ment ::r..IloIIIt; :Uaimn: for Key- (
.. tL4.
... .. .C CttSdIC bt i. 01 Fiona. D. AU. .. otneieto ecuuuAA 5. jia.... v AAA ui toieWUAJHblbUUUU Ubxida autuuiiby ... ...1 loi ue eubbiuu I. tl auu. *.O ul Aiuus U. pravInK I for i ,.n.1.'Ill liii I I i.". iii-| otiine )",'I..hl.1' AIo'rh'I.I. IIIHiadfoiil \
tL. wctiuu Wl IOU DIaLS IA| IUTAUM ana iiitervsb > ovkbiuu 0 lit 0..a. .... ." 10.L.U' COO beiAaibiua ui Aibibie v/lil anu osc- proper ( 'nlllll.l1"I..rh'I '", nnd 1 for 11
... as .. fr.e44SS lu O. CS . . .A .aid *rol 15011405 CWbiUbJTt LSIMIISIbSIUOUL.. iiuvncies impustiii uiuviueu PJ ul Article IJb ol tue byuusti I for n railroad I I npui' I triukfor KIK'h other u... ne limy I be autboiIxed I .- 7,,4c

'.U.fl.a ....."... J. I""W". 10 lOP ...c..a dIals >. li U1LOOA.V&U Ol .A' 0SIILO. lot cuunty UAAVS. eucu basiuit .U ul tile Otsle Ol &4U4lils an All "Coips Htntlon and fur I bv Ci.UHlves or hy !1."llv.: I ';
1
Ibis. r.''' "iuuiA.acouotj ClILU1. _ it uus a lOP uibeie.b .0 in lull I related. inllllary I I I I I to l.i> .
Otf OAAAAiaab
a uUIUC .A SS& AAA & & ",. wnet. bIOS ellsbt aliu 1)11 p'tNen I Older I Ihe. following I .|... rlbnd I lanilH
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." ....._. ... jeSalSjIa o.AD"r", ,awl ... ISPlapi. .... a, ui afucie VbU C purchus. prupvrby SOlO .0.. oeciiuu ul si4u AI uuias aud bOO .....1 In inniieitloii$ with the ,..- sit ilsits I In l.rinlfoiil County, I.".".- .

.. ... "I ... .. 1..e. JIIUIIS SilO M051CI&UL ol u t VUAA*bl.iUb4UU Ul l.Sls DIalS Oi4U ....- larvciusure. aiu au .uo"y. .r PIUVM1U41S Ul tU. ivOUSUbUlL tnlillmhliiiMlt, of I ho Keyxtone All' '.111. ,In-wlt : All of I that I nut if '
iruui
..... .... ...... UoOrt w.U 1010010 .e.w".. CuusiLyi CUIIIOIIS| W CUbAUbuv ....e.a hub .ucu saA. and ue buiieciea p.. .use. atab ul fiurida Liaiiug ku Use Suiiort| | Coniniand I IliimPlot"Ida, land' ) Ivlnir In the Statv of Florldii" ;

.. *..".. 5012 s. iuimittett.r.g1 .e. to. aua ulol aiia tAM I A4.reuyua IJMUIII&UQ. ..e luieresb a.a. to bue ,_. ...reWC.u SUUPUlllii. .I.q D, L.. AItISIS and for KIII'h other, linen us may "'I,II 111.1ur I llrndford I being1 morn '
lv
Mi. .c.r. elOSODUIS u ntfteea bo pro IOU 104cc he. niltliorlxed hy l'orlMt't'.C or
.aau .
kj SUbfl a.S) A mail .e ...rIOu..1 tuwus .c .41st. particularly dexirlhdl, as lollowN: "
1515 dIalS orm. lor ratUAcatiuo orrajeCtiQU I. ..U..I bu UK ..". ul ui.Atate cuuubDis. .u..c".e.taxing d. . 511551 11153 ., lads CxeiMilKn' "r'r. of I the followingdeKirlhiil SI.4 i: Hi-ctioii, I II I, and i:1: 14 of Hi.- t"

II. UM.s 0e145.SS) alCt. at lOS oeueraj "e".W, too til rionua ab to. "e.e.. eiecbiuu age ui. u..v. ul &MdCIiUM. .441l145 . .,.. I laiiiln, eI.t lilt II I In I llriulfonl lion 14. unit 'the 1'.r'\ Hmtlon ill I 1. f'

.. ou tc. U'" .USdCY 1. ol feupii4 v4Atauvu j utt Aieja An accoruiuit 14. w. "r."n... a5114 LIII mrtnfm County, Floi lti. to wit I \V <. of IV 'I. Section 24. \\ "i of Wirieillon )1l.
? l 4* '10- lor or ; inatovbtioAA .."e" ) .. byuucibies, TIIACT NO i 1 Jt iIapr.: "A"11 ,
Monuaj ID :.. Ain. afViovaA r.J.cuul 01 .C Auvuvea.Section ullices ..u. auu ae IM. : ,, 1] "d I ho VVU 1 uf HW I,,
,
url Article V property systeiiA aLSO lees .r lie i: of I Ill, : a, UA IMP. witoiu that iiart I vr.ii ) 1 7
.. k'WPOCIAb.Nc .DGO. .. of S evtl..n U, nil In TownNhlp
w.Of IOWIect1Ofl ,.. Juilgesot B&uDicipaiuie. lId "... SUCU OVCblUUS .hlt I 8 HonlhIbiintre I
_. 41. 8151.5 AlorDe SOISOWS.DUCI1UO a. I aUU r.f Hi', t Ion 2 Town |
..1 l South Ito 2J IJast: TullahUNHee
.. ,
DabsauM .
a ao0IJOWIIY . . tige .
.
.. i .eoura SP .. SUM4A Oe .
i.oUrl uy .UlU. Hied heliiK
-". LOS (jrimLDai a. LoUIS nail oe one .a," cuuAitiea luay .. UlUUAlAVU IA4141 22 llnut: fl.asl.... . . wiloltorl lP54tMl I. .Ulg. Couuby cuniuiiifcmuAjer ascII 4>l ute IM oe ueia priui O A eceiuu JA. . 15454 A..CI. a I 11)0) foot strip .r land extending of Si-illon 21: To.n.hl ) 7 South, .

.I... ., o ...O.S.UMtS1p / 500 tlc.rr OA 1115 IW' U Ruaoa live county comAuutiuuei- aintricwm ivtaiii tus riaut t _ul_ tnia aua .... .' 0..4 .. SuSie r,'oi the iast; I line I if ."hl I forIV I ItniiKR U 1'ant: fiiini a point| where
." D.re.ner .acn wuicu auopbluiA 4. dlreitlon lo Ih")
E county ..U.c. .uaitoe upuu In A Hniilhweitterly
1.
.. lv. wibOAu I the south' linn of mild 1 Nfl11tIItl In-
aldaSa
guwrAAineub -
.C" ouuib.reu UIAO bu live . OAUUictpaA find bvInKMl
mild I
CSCGLSQ 0' qu.u.c WCWIV. lily Mouth of forty :
WtCISUwfl o. .e Hint Illuhwav No 2Ieuttwriril I
Sisa.p. a. aua orange UJvbObUAAON .lln:1 : tl-rCel'tI >
JUUSSI&l . oe nvariy (poit 1)505 JOll'l Proposing an t'isIi
r"L' ilirht iiniflKH on
S neu . cuuubics 0 ,
.... .. o. blat. OFIlcisid au. boan luwteu ,AJI ... .. M> mbitue pIll ui ,. tn the west eilg of the
.. .. bu uu- rent I
01.0Sf .a c"1 '' popuiabiuu. I. alter L. 51,1', of and piirnltel I ti> n r "
.a aMoUSSI eMS C"UDL'. pr"u.o. sass a ., ... ObMb. I ll'i: or hill hi Hi.i'I lip 2K. nil I i I In I'w 0I -
.. . UA 'AullblS extendedHald
e.cLea."l.n. 1OWWia.Uile&s in Ins uutica ".GI''UU. w. A04- linn mill mild renter linn
i
1 *"MSM . "u.t oy : South.. Itantre 22 KitDt.:, 'liillii-
eMS *uorCSYP. chit
SUMttCS 01 State Ass ssAu"ub ui
._-MM .. .rn ...e.41 ot respective ..tl. anaii iruin time .,election 1 oe ".purticipateu ". ..aLSO riuuerty tut renter l line In dem-rllied afoilfinN I bii.Me Alerldiun Said (rait of land
ul bus
... Juaae. ol 'UDW' "o' time LIZ . 01 PuSh OAIIUlcia. .en..r. cuuectiua ul uy irlnnlnic! I nt 11 point on
:
'I. . .
. !Ltb qu..u"e .. I oontalnn > nrriiH, inure or lean
iAIellfbO i.StiO
texcept
woo AUillblU44a4 ..
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J"
LUl .CI.O. ouiu County commiMiuner.U4iu eipanty ouiy : " SW tin Hast linn of unld Heftlon 2,
.. ..., Kc".d ..e Cua'1 . ol court .whabuer L'r i : .. bA14lb lop (a) 'Flinse defendant. riiildpnt of '
.
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'4 .Sw. ." .... S. oe "c.e oy tue quuiiiieu elect a majority WUUAIbJT Ul AlllAS- aid prilnt I l.ilnif I loi iited I Ii nilfleitreeH i
1 .
a..a..S.s1 HicoFiT P11CMus BbSbs ui : tilt I the MIllIe of Fbiilda: I. II A (lri'en
..
. o Escainom c..11 Old ol "Id couuty at Isis time COO uereui on, or uub ..e"LI. 6..U. bus cuuuty 1 10 mlnilten, I. :
g.
'a"S. ... . ..... Rc",1 oeiieral 1 148w plaCe ol voting Lot uUler 014icera dISCO muuicipauty. Sucn .0. AMessur. oUtul bne tfluytt feet from t the Northeast corner of and wife flli'iiis
...... lalaMI. .SaM.nI ?? I. r. SIrs 1ua.QY aL.r and utiail oola .," CW"Sue Sour5MXs. voting ..1 oy majority" vote ..." .vuuAiiy SUP bne ruAituse ui LOT- aid. neitlin : Iheme from,, Hlild lorldu. 2. i Cbnx. H. llyd, Attorney
tIIMM4WS.&d11 SU.&eaadlSM .a.c. Jauury. muuiciuaiity ... cutiuby, OCUUUA In 1'aet for K. C Paul, c-o
m I.. fcrovideu. thai lIla County CornsiuaeluUSlS have CW. aua IUIAICI- point of lieArlrinlnic I Month ilK .I..r...
_.. Wt.aeupp ".USia.m C. t. ura 399.15. elected now tOe even nuuioerea mil or uy a .. . AMAes IwSVieu uy o.tfie, CuuJil), 111I.HNr..t I I Krownlnvr I Lumber Company, I Palatkn. -
4bj... .. .... OUAItji.4 D. IDr..' a U aou lellilid OIIICS o, 5fl,- ciuuicu 1144 lor muse.vutiug.uu. udteiui.ua La.. ) oCAiuui AlUAia OCAMJUA U. 1 27 Illlillltvn 40 neiondHfft llni I I Florldii, 3 K. C I'ulll. Uatnlown. '-
Honth
. 10. .a 0 .a.r. ... tn a ,point in the '
.
t.tl.eI C. under saia aecnuua. 4.1IU AaA A4.4AUU4 &iel.l55ip Florida. ( b) 1 hone ilefend-
.n. two year.. looms elected come SaS' I 4
.. one nerewlor o o..u. .pplDlc 11. fol SOIL .. .r Hiilil NI'.'. of Nl4.! onlalntnir
. ...... I..C4&IUISM aiiy ..... me QUO VOId hiP majority votes to ..... Ui bAie CUUAAly. Stilt who, ar* l.iievet to b" nonrexhlents -
.. 01 w. oIUC. DI.. ..wD.r.a a..r' ,.0.1 loch i nereoi, A A _.... .. I.91 nrrci. more or I less. and sltuntt -
.... C. IS.Ii oerecy. AnyMcanct A aLso -r A aiLA I of I lie Stills of Florida,
.de Sue lour tueterma uuacr .. .
not
.onl. .. ye.r. .e Loer..n" t.cLlu" .I'.i'A. I In I llnidford County, FloridaIIIXCT
. .. -."... "t in OlliceC pilot years; auy laua 'can .e . .u 0'6.. nml an tn W huh the follow ''K IHu
U .1.U lOW Pro II..C..U & NI). 2 1'\1".10:1. "U"11:
Mlt,1 Cpp.4 llr alter u>. gull tnat Section Article prior u".w..a tAle lU41UMfA4a AAUHAlUAUSUb bU lint of I lie lust and bent known
..< Mid vided .uch .u. SU
... .. to :tc ( hut part of the HC'i of NC'i t: ofHnillon
.. . ... aa oe lu.eeI' 01 tola constitution shaLl uol oe allected 515. tueu .. ..uler .. v.4 4.A4* C/U44SMbUblUA VI I addrNHeM and UN! )> all pers'it>
.4MM .. be . 'I'"w".hll'| | | 8 Honlh t I Ilium"
.. Mada' 1. ana A oereol snail ... 2. HiruiiKh undx
a. or
... lAS u".rao Dereo tion. i ana ... .. AM bAi. jisiess- lulinlnir by,
'l.M ".. a"pl.u.DI lie .- ] In Ills auu 22 I I-.t.: Ivllitt wllhlll r.. feet) of ll I
1 . .. senate a. Filed Secretary State upoit .ucn lu.IY. OIJIIWSIOIMI ui baAus them. I I. It A. ilrt-en and wlf
.1.c ,
Pal L 0 uut bu CUbAAlby renter line ileHi rlheil UN follows:
out
Mb Of lbs May a. any municipality U44400444050 SliSbe liilll (dreen r-n Hoik lex dree.
II. .el .. provlUed co."u o.A nsreoi. the :1"ro'r of Section '
ua at
aLSO Htartlns
I..".. WIo. lor any until under i uy audiua 50Ult4 Cflgressian from Florid, Hunt
*- L.a -.a.iuxs 1 c after'OAae t1 MonU totuu aIled . tw be aAiuwu = I, Township H Honlh Haute- llulldlriK, Wash

.. : ...0. ._. &a' s. 'I' le.. *. U. &. JOINT RELU'II0N Proposing an election 0. /. 8..0.. 8 0'01 ,.. At.c... ." ...AS, ill 4144U .'r.L. AA UtflSUJT 22 IlHKt 1 Iheriio Honlh ,UU d.'greesas of Ing-tun ItepreMentiitlvtm It C. 2. tl. II. yVhltehnud, ,
.
". ... .. A ? .iSfo'n 'o9? .05 000CtItUlIOD Ameuoineut lorid to"nttuU.D O Artlcie tneState I. to the assessment .ac ..c.. ....aAlu S4MW4 i. .... "n ,iiintit5ii I un seeonds Fit: alnnir I Vuldosta, lleorgla d > '1'he followlnir -
'Slp..ttC. sMaLl o. p fiei.Dy te"rlled'ln ol & b aa lease luSh wu..p..L wuicn .. Ul ,. otwbe UA I.W.. the N..I: line of mild JoI..II"n t 2r'.r wboHM mlilrewses nre- unknown. 133.

-..i"1 "....auu U onfUc .WIL I I J te.o. !.I bnureui CsrtasnUlItces iteiatIUK remain&as is now .ra.c.a oy ..... 0 CejVCWUU Ml ...gUAletaA. it dlntani'" of 1041.HI: feet toHid. . ,. If llvlnir ami If dnceaned,
UlUAl ,
.: A..* tU| tMUA.i" Bat c.Oldat. 0 oowevvr "... bO A4C4U bUS 1 I point nf lieKl'inlnic, then) ) their snknown helm, K rant em, dflasNlKnii -

". *.. kr' -'. v> leG ... irt ofo Secn'U 0 I ._..--."..-. in__...,__ n, .kh.p.,,,_.oa''and- p.a".ec town ...ct.o... a..c_tnirty! albei bus LUll .. .u.. ..-.- Hollth 66! deicrsen 27 tulnllteH 40neioiid I----- -------.1 .............ni.IiUa S OP
11 -- -- a* 1OAAUW. West for 1 dlMtance of
""'' non I.ec .e. .. it
U whoHn nddrenMe. are unknown -
II . 'SSMII. .. 0 !a. A JOINT RESOLUTION PplOI an luff .. ta.c Counties aO ana toe Oulloc.tioue COQUoiuatiun .- paPL' to ...CL''..entitled oy tea "...". 4oui auu aitsi Janu 1111.8:1 I feet tn a point of ,'urv.-.. ;, 1'5'. Putil, you are tonimandi.d -

..' .. ...**, "..We.O.. Amendment to bcctlon & . and Jb<) A.eD' County Municipal cent the ar..n".d.ra. .1 A, 5UCU. Iu. CUUAlly LCd SiCeesul i I hi.llee a I.."It H I II 'I..lfr.16 irilnutes In Im mid appear In the
. Con.tituuon In .ucn election ... tUe VjiAUCj Ui II"") setoml dIrT.I" lbs I..nh..vlnlr
.
I., . I laration ol Rignta in ana oistrict and Pee- vole muuicipauty JA4lASUUluagA4, I I'nlted' state I Hlntrbt Court forth
t.l I.. ...
Keiatiag toUcuols or not .uca SAuriua sAisil railhtfi of 516.fO feet for
.
.. .SpU.d ol fLorida wa.to sas a Southern Dlslrli't nt Flrl'lsl.
lot lbs State Municipal and elseafly .w t
0. milling 4 *
o. ana
.. Beu-incriaAAuaiion, Rel."cw oy A 0ubbs, CUbuAOr, dlntame, of HAH.HA feet tnthi
. .r.u" CUll. Jeopardy, in. Cunsoiidatioo olUouoty o ouoc fLOD' SN.UUU4. _. 501105- a i in ve ut JackMonvllle, Florida, on the
;". 11'Y. Ll.MS l .4.. bell.f&b. Uue 'rOCPe. ol Law, ana tae raama Prosecutor and Sbtncitor witnbhat placed ou bound suca aac taAvs bu .. Aevieu ISa. ousoij point of endlnir' nn the i enter a let day of AiiKusf A. ll. 11MI I. by

. llhI5g5 Qu5iy. LIV(. ol Private Property wuaout 4uat comKnaation. ot State ALW. ,. and Comoininn vote to be e oouna By. ,. Ot55 w .....J. uuAiby ocm. linn of the 100 foot rlirlitofwayof flllnic your written claim or an-

SPLl5.. "UrllSIA 40101 oy ptVdlal tne KigQt 0 toe CI.rl C.mla. and malt tnerealter oe .a.c .. ocAiuui ...ta, stAMuia lax t its (1. 14. At "'. I Itallroad I I milil dwell either In pemun or by attorney

.. .e Lja.lluj Worl Not Be &l.e' Civil Guises Collector lion Tag A>4SbAACb. aAAbA SSUlllClA/a.lblSS, parirl or strip of land rontalnlnir unit to show what rlKht

::141.1.. . .e.. or Abridged Account ol M.mD.. with Ins Q fad
.' "I.L. ,'. nlp or lo.-Mema.rn.p 1 any and.oorUOIOD. Court.UK ana the CUOL. lu.owra CMMS4UAA UA AW4 COO .... blliAV In Hradforil iounty: Florida KX-: have In mild property and ti>
: .. .u ; aua Ura" cu... tuereaibei, vuact LaSs CFI'T that part lying wIthin I thisrlithttt.WIIV b
O. o Lar Km- IT B 'ITia UCOIS- fee or .. sueuayiug show ( cnns why ll should not *
. ta. Providing toe Uignt 01 REOLVE. ,O SLOHILIA. charge towua.. p..r., IUUCIIU4AS, O0e aAAil 4AMAAol of the rt. H. KICHilronrl. taken r the use. and purponeM
..UI .pnoA CoUecuvelf Bargain Snail 1Vi Ui the municipalities CutiMby ias TRACT NO. 1 l'A ill'I':, I
upou .
.
b. to and thin
-I pioyee. r. Oousutution O the atab.OI other area .'.U AAA ,, set forth In soul petition,
"j lOses Be tricta, or LU.DI PAUasAapU A Ui oeCbAUO .I. : All that part of the HW '4 ofNK'i the
." Fe.rvd "_ oe ana lOP is "I. suia : yuu are i .t to otnlt upon
" : ..CD oa w. 1ve BB BT PHB LEalaLATURS & oy anionS 1.. .. JUt D..O.uiue10 .aid Couches le aua soaiA uaeivise, p4u.ue uy AAW : of HectUm 2, Township II penalty of beIng barred of n"
.. assessment
... '..... ..e I a, OF THE BTATB Of ''01A.m.Dce, and a. ameuana aureea to. and macinu or acreage taxee. or w. lue eAbeosiuu ou bue sniTr>.imrm rlnuth' lung2J iu.t. lying within claim and Im r""t In and tu pill
"C 1A Deal lollowmg amendm.nt aa valorem .A c/uiAUiy A.sessu. wl 60 fet of a i enter line d .- I
::1 TOss Ins snail 09 auomittea to tne olme oe landit ami of bu InS judgement
' 000llUC.. dId tne State Ol Florida. I .aw. utle. o' wpe .vieu uy toe ,'rl" ,' follows: MtnrtlnK at this ,
IlCISiuilv Conatltutlon ol State ol &.r.d. Soc adoption or up .S. .un.y. an default entered us ',i't )'( ll. W11NKSH
livAAyuA tiuaru '
s.U Ill. Section 13 ot lbs Declaration ol Bigot rejection at asa genera ."uo .Florida er. may. oy.taw provide aO ". la* ciiuuA Oisirict M4 dirtier of Hettlon 2, Township my hand and 'filial neal ithis
1"o >t Coiutitutloa, and InS dame County uisbrAcie aAAa AXU 8 Houth Hangs 22 Kast., : them of JuA
ol .aid D anall &oe A.e & year 11' to-wut ment to toe respective ". .., 00e ) Court this the 3lm day
10 LglU a"pnIAI.aLo la hereby to, tne XJk in an amount not tu ." Houth VII) deitrees 30 rnlnnteN II 111!.
". aare the qualllied elect- ATCU Counties made .. 14. i. a/Mr Janu lH Kast alone the Kant Han 4
s .PI' b. ol fow.c < ori< Kf: ,WIV H wrf.MAMM. flerk,
.P'e.e. ... U . or. 01 toe State ot Florida Ie ralJl- Section L. That on and after midnisiub one pl cent oe (: OIeIO'. .OO Isle A. aiHo, toe .. couectut of raid Heitlon 2 lur u (Mutantof I'nlted "lut s tietriit l Court Houth-
I 01soa.ia
'.u 8epr..at''. catlon or rejection at lbs next .aull ..cmD. Jlst 1IM4 los Oountylajt paid > cover all ". I ouuAAty ul ouAsuuruua'U, absie 104141 feet tn the point of heglnnlnn pro lilmrlct of k.'lorldaMv .
" thaI U to .. Assessure 0 toe Cuuntieit ol i>ade autnority Lncurrea oy ..sua4A bouse au ISdes I.VUKI then a Mouth degrees 27
. ; IIAIIOI.II H IiAltHY, I>eputyf
0 Ill. U.a.ra J.ct.oa ot 01 tiun ana .m.a' County in. : 6flW. I
1 "me n.rl e. Declaration RlA' ana orange state Florida a Counties.Section oy .Li. ".' iTitniiteN 40 Deoinds far n ('lerk
' a. ol to. .sen oecouie ana oe to. respective ) XM.UUOI ooaru, of Illl.83 feet tn a pointof I '
'U. L. of lbs eoaLlurO tLI and .u. distance W. Hull. I2IS Burnett Hank
." Llll."r. auc.dt. .DI.d e aa 5 r.a M"Section au property in tneu CSCpeCUTIuUnt1Pe. 3. That .o oi &t AAA_ CAAUCS AJisuu.be sue u- curve; thence alnna a 11 decreeM rilll.llnK. Jii.'ksenvllIe. i, Florida
; Flor.d. snail alter of ( "
?
.I .? S WIU.'W. ln &c lAPS expiration Counties ( minute 00 second riirvw to the of cniimiel, for Petitioner I Kl>-
4 -- '- oe un- date .i.r.siiienb. ot a4vaiurem Tax Collector toe ISis jcgisuature shall at toe .flu fet
"war 13. Ho .n.1 Florida Leg left having n radius nf MA WIT.MAMS. Clerk of lbs
le prOD ol WIV II
104 repr5a0&5lQfl taol lbS be twice jeopardy ao and acreage taxes, and otnsrtaxee ana Orange State cMesiuiA ul ,. alNtan of 8"0011 feet
to doiecwrs oeen a& .1" for a isirve United States District Court forth
led .
.. .I te aoua. uopr. tne .ame often**. nor compelled "a. ae u may oe Ule upon wnlcl sailS ol January naI. 1st, 1 time tuereaJber . tu the point of ending' on the it -.n- Southern fHetrli of Florida.b .
a.r.o a alnitblmaelt ot the date powers unctions
property UPSWGALWSS ,
< real personal duties ofway
GroVlce ID. criminal to be a "' auaol .r line of the KiO-fuot-rltfht S
af. foretroInir
tne certify that the -
11 I, Q : : r au c.be deprived .. Ia by way ot a vaiuatwd the duties imposed of the upon Counties ol : '.. count* fsx. ".a. nf the U 14. A F. Itallroad.xi ) hereby In a S trti" CVrtlfled Copy of Ih"orlvlnal
due assessment upon properly eacomunicipality Tax Collector paraarapa 1 .
a without ail ol
.C. ". OCT. ,. or pr 0 . os ept that part thereof 'lying with
prp.r" law and too Notice of CnndeinnatlonproieedlniCH
.r. e oy 14. ana
town, district
property orspecial otoer
and iisewise
provids
. LICe
private ((
"pnWDeal law; nor O"I. taken over 'a in th* rlitht-of-wny of the
I In tblM I *
QI"'e. LII ana 'lrr"P I fIbil ) auseKDWIN
the Dade :
andOranS. ,
without cmpe.Soo.b. taxing c.LICt & snail CIK.. care, eustudyr said parcel, or I II
,..... SZiaU taken JuC ad valoremassessment toe reepectlve Clerns oi the aisuurseiueut ul .u SLAmS n.rs. 111 K Itnllrond : H \\ll.r.l\M-4. I'l.ik
R..aS
.' ..'' "c sppurtioaIA. ruIns ot pra.. 00.orl $ ot mem. snail b.lueD subject to review Court .. ana lor Jade and toe cuuiity las COlle CUOI I of land containing O.34 In uiren l'meifor.iCrilhilty more l l'nltl Hlat.m 1)lctrI.'t l I i''iurt. Sun
denied or each lens. nnd lelnir'
.hall then lntrl't of Florldjlly
.01 any and equalization by county Coun1l who in OFfICe bec/etary at I. ei n l
Ju r..PPruoo ins W"IUu.Pr" berth ip or or- lebor organization t ol Equalization ot ..c.U.County .nl i. over toe lunds, and 14, lt 944. otate. Florida. NOW. VIIKKrIHiltr : :- (iCTXVIA M Mooltr:, llepu.' I'ffP'Fi'IAI
0 union each. County :. are eomrrianded to h*
ll.Lu. I.br that tnl cUuae shall in eacn county POSH consist ol r. several Of tIll for h. TUlSa Call In compliance Paid I you - r.qUled > pr.ld.d. right snail be Known wit ml appear In the I'nlted Slate.I
CelO5 .brtdgs the Commissioner one who tb.r..U. amsadments 8-4-41-115
or snu tne
1"0 deny ,
IUt ac
'UCO to = csgvsss "outh.rflI
o labororganization tne 'CierK of the I Court for the
ezlrrlbn through I and eacoinunioioaiity QUID '
lOF oy and m.mbe & fo .rm.c ana return thereof. sn3il oe 111I.r".1
of employee "Tsx Collector" I of Klorlda at JflCkllilflVliiP.l"iiii'tilii. .
bargaincbflectivelv eacn Coonty and '
r..PPn'oD..a I Ubaft labor union or GOu" .
or '
L cul t. NUIKI1Nolle
am r.ullon. day nf Amrtixtt
the Slit
., : more loan County 'a .nl nn
">. Sad tneir a population by law .
f' with : tb "cU. & SOC general "" is)
n.vlal to nil
11r "Ol written if given
o Btt. the last census: said Board buue QIhkIlida. . T). Uta. by flllnir your hereby
. 1 .' tId a. ID uatl ,.p. Fle in office scet 01 Equalization otoerwue oe gov 1 CI.I, o. On .ae at toe Ot TtSflMONV I bilm or aniiwer either In person whom It mny com ern that 1 hav
'I .ba 1M3 .0al WfEREOl. and allow what filed Final Accounting In thnK
olbstLII Ba a oy law grow time piration ot the ( I or hy attorney tn my ,
r.I\I. & .UC 1 era u. .eou. tnequaiixatlon Benetton of lsd and Orange n.v.and n..unl I right title or Interest you hav or : .tat. of Mlfdred Blyn Hyerly. deinaf'd. -
; sand Cress
a.ndm.bt BBSOLtrnON proiXMlnc? an C which tney be .111 Ins 'h lm In or to said property, and ami will *n the Cth d.iy
A JOINT of taxes. i for .b.1 lical of Vlorbfla 1 1 1
ArticleIII Govlde "Iorld. the 01 .
D ,Ile'.rl 24 ot .r ltt should not Oil louply tu th*
I I Eauoa Amendment to Section municipality eacn .1 the time Atcl at to show cause why It of September
D 0u.d t .pl.l 01 the Constitution of toe tt.L population of 1 or lea. D..appoint the state Attorney this T.UI.- e.'ll taken for the use and purposes County Judge of Bradford County,

1 1115 III I .ltD 01 s.D. ot Florida. 15111101 i to Onitorra and toeCluwtftratton an adcU.3.0 member m..hallbe aolLc ,. Cutle respectively A. O.t. lc c 0 forth In paul petition aa anierul. }Florida far Discharge a. Executor

I IOtllp. r1lCfllQlb and Municipal Government .. or ot the Board ol be and laom Prosecuting Il thla ynit are not tn emit 1 of saId Relate.j.44t .
Town.BB Dem. pai A. lb.
"" rri-frt :.;, I of Cities end LEO IS. purpose of equal ficer, ot a' r. Criminal Cut A 'n.n penalty of being hurred nf W, P. Walker
TaB Eu.UZUO. lh ol SUM.

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l; s PAGE' FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE. FLORIDA .\I'.I''T
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Miss Edmondson flowers decorated the other rooms make 'em look like the kittens I celved a flash that Buddy Davis,i for men and EFI
I I SOCIETY and CLUBS of the Edmondson home foi the[that didn't lose their mittens! I the bombardeerlng!: Lt Is hospitalized -! ladies! x 'or

; Becomes Bride occasion. . And they have names to at Drew Field, Tampa .
Oveta But not for long, I hope . Un- Seem
Mills EJmondaon was graduatedfrom rank with the best of 'em- that
Of E. H. Regan I I II good 1 II.\.
Bradford High School with Culp Hobby (attention Wacn look derstand Rawson Davis Is backin as bad travel '" '
al { Birthday Dinner Miss Fraser Weds Miss Cleone Edmonclnon, young. the Class of '41 and for the pat i iI I ing for a mascot) and General Ike I harness with the State Audit- what roundabout'\'! .-t '' *

Y est daughter of Mrs Cora McKin- I two years. has been employed by Eisenhower . And they realty I Dept, after holding down a Blan- ber Aline Lnni I.?, '. R'iI!
? ; r For Mrs. Futch Cpl. Fred A. Ross ney Edmondson and the late W. Ilhe Florida Bank .11 Starke as a ; DO come when they're called . ding p. o. job for the past year work at Blandir.K ., :' '*"

rt, Mrs. R. H Futch celebrated her MIKS Billee Fraser, daughter of K, Edmondxon, and Edwin Harold bookkeeper.Mr. I Better get there fast . First and a half . Making his! headquarters i I to live in Valdosiu ",; ,, 'ft s"
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, birthday anniversary at her homein 1st Sgt. and l Mrs. J. M. Davisof Regan, mm of Mrs Ollie Regan of Regan, whose. home It In I come first served . Believe In Trenton this week ; manlage to Lt 1 v\,\:, h 1/'tr'
t Lawtey on Sunday, August 13 Starke, and Cpl. Fred A. Ron Alexandria, La, were united in Louisiana, la now employed as a I' Nelle Nollman must have been . berry? .W(.). ? Sh";}
.11 with more than forty friends and of Camp Rucker Ala., son of Mrs marriage at 11:30: In the morningon carpenter at Cecil Field located bitten by a travel-bug . Scarcely she's been won'ie.f ?, a-""?"'
Before noon Woodfork of Poland. S. August 12th. The simple ceremony southeast of Jacksonville) does she arrive from Ashville, Glimpmil. Hilda Carleton, behind reports that Rmp 'k.c..
Henry
{ tl relatives, present number of D., were quietly married at 0:3( win performed by JudgeJ. The couple will reside tempo- promising to remain In Starke at her white picket fence, In blue action in France .j' IJL'ln! )
Y' > Mrs Futch opened a A
r ,' al lovely and useful gifts In remem- p. m. Friday at the Church of R Townsend at the Union I rarily at the home of the bride's least a couple of months, than denims, blue paint can in hand; ago, however! a h'l i 4!ij., fplY"'
(\ w ; brance of her anniversary. Dinner God with the Rev. J. C Harper, County Courthouse In Lake But mother after their return' from a along comes a telegram, (don'tknow painting her pretty little cottageand Shrewsberiy wi..,., ln Y of i'
4 was served on the lawn immediately pastor of the church, officiating;, ler In the presence of a few close short wedding trip on August what was in It) and off doing a neat job of it, so helpme buddy's) wife In r, \a-/ hi.',! I
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,' afterward. The couple was unattended.The relative and friends. 20th. she dashes again . . Hear Shirley Colley will that Ralph Was -It., I.U1nl' 'i
j The bride, wearing a two piece be among the enrollee at FSWC Texas wife didn't ''
Among those present were: Mrs. bride wore a twopiecenavy navy blue costume with I crisp Masters Hear the Church Service Cen- come September . Quite the her address but t know. AI1n I l!
suit dress fashioned DegreeFriends she i, ,
blue hld
Elsie Rosier and children, Cedric, fitted bodice and white lingerie trim, white accessories ter hag a popular (If unofficial) most successful Jr., Woman's of mind to wire ,. Fuss'
{ t Ray and Clarence; Mr and Mrs. with a snuggly sleeves. Shell pink and pink rosebuds In a here of Miss Ruby Lilly annex in Gainesville at the Club benefit bridge to date en- in Nebraska who relayed' ift

t4 Rudolph Rosier and little daughter bracelet length taffeta edged the shoulder corsage, wall attended by will be pleased to know that she I home of a former director, Alice Joye/i by a large crowd Wednesday tidings on to All'n.
'( } Leslie pin striped bow her sister,, Mish/ Patsy Edmond. was awarded her Master's Degree -. Clapp Brown . Seems the old 'night . Honors for high scoring . ''n Valdo11 \
and Mrs
Judy; Mr. / sleeves and formed a huge '
accessories Bon, and MlHa i'earl Hancock of in Education at Greeley Col- gang, and some of the new trek went to Walter Spaugh for
', ; McClearn and children Bobby, at the neckline. Her shade of pink Atlanta. lege, Greeley Colorado, this summer all the way to G'ville these Sat'day the men and to Jeanette Youngour "'(" . GUI**.
t Ronnie and Margie; Mr. and Mrs. I were In a matching Colonla.1 ntf ,,- Immediately following the nup- She returned to Quincy nights just to taste a bit of the ( accomodatlng librarian) for winds up the thus) i 'I9: .b
carded hack
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;( '; ; Joseph Starling and children ,' and she blossoms.Because . tials, a reception was held at the early this week to resume her old time hospitality and Alice's ladies . Understand the Leslie this time , Soh!" book'
It S James, Charted and Geraldine; gay of pink bilde'g, country home, southeast duties aa a faculty member of refreshments, both of which are Biggs family had an evening of in the next , "l1g Sfe
. !' I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Prlvett and of the briefness of Cpl. of Starke for some 25 guests. the Quincy school, which opened "sumpin" special" . Just re- tough luck Leslie scored low
f children, Alma, Bernice and ROSH' leave at this time, they deferred A large three-tiered white wed I Aug. 14. Carol}'

George; Mrs. Alfred, Pauley and their wedding trip until ding cake flanked with arrangements -
little son, Grady Macel; Herman next month when he will receive of white blossoms decoratedthe Mrs. Valrle B, Kldil Is spendinga
r' Ca'.raft, Harold Starlln"' ..", James a _ftirlfttlffh._____ n. table from which refreshmentswere month in Richmond, Va. at the STARKE TIRE
( ,; HUIard; Willie Dobbs and Char- They will make their home served, buffet ,style. A pro. home of her mother, Mrs Henry SERVICEAll

les Sapp. temporarily at 314 Temple street fusion of vari-colored summer r I|, Mayo.gcctJ4g4frtL. I

but plan to reside after the) war

irf I, STARKE IH In Oregon associated where with the the bridegroom Pelican Size Tires Capped and Tubes Vulcanized

TRANSFER Bay Lumber Company, located at cAll
t Klamath FalU.WSCS .
0 ALL WORK GUARANTEED o

: Local And I to MeetThe
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J 1 I Long Distance' Woman's Society of Chris- 'I the new. seems to be taking r the Hello Girls of Southern Bell, Recapping Done

tian Service will meet Monday place in Europe these days under the tutelage of Jeanette
,\, : Hauling afternoon, August 21, at 3:30: o' . At least, things seem mighty Christian, are making a name for

,' clock In the Methodist church. quiet along Call Street right now themselves . .- Not only with the In Modern Electric MoldBy
); \ Program and business meeting -as far as I can see-and according doughboys at Blanding but now
? :\ \I hl; Phone 179 Circle Two will have charge of to my best friends, that's also with that gobs :from over

''P ''\1 the program.FYOUCAIJ pretty far, and a little TOO Jax-way . On Tuesday they'll HILL MA YES, Jr.
MUCH at tfines! . But I often entertain a group"from the Naval
.j say, I don't MAKE the news, I Air Gunnery' School, coming to Expert Recapper and Vulcanizer
I only TELL about It, so don't Starke on their OWN Invitation,
'' blame anything you see in this. after they'd heard what a lot of
AFFORD AN AUTOMOBILE column on me! . It's all the fun we have over here 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING
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: fault of you Callstreeters/ you
?; You can afford( Automobile Insurance. As a matter of fac '' fascinating; creatures, for being so -
t 'I' }','e listened In on a lot of sad
r you can't afford to be without it. Accidents are expensive. *newsworthy""dull week. I. managed. But in spite to spot of sagas In my life, but methinks! M Best Grades of Materials Used

I home and the trip Georgia <( and savings.
cost car
may you your and jot a few Items that mightbe
Ian and Infant Just made to Texas
Interest . .
of pUKing '
seta a new record . Travel

ro CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY town:See! with.Uelln that Kosrnhfrg-priceless back sheep In being about what what It'la Sherman these days said (war Just LOCATED IN REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS GARAGE

was) part of Georgia's luggage
skin (representing a degree in Madison Avenue
PHONE 13 got left behind at the Jaxville Starke, Fla.
Education from Southern) clutched
terminal . Of COurse, it WOULDbe
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firmly in her grip Della
!) the bag in which she had
STARKE FLORIDA carefully
is living proof that you cun't keep ---
packed all the baby's equipmentbottles -
an ambitious girl from getting a
f 1 2 Rcprwntlng THE TRAVELERS. Hartford diploma . After being out 011 I I diapers so forth, CHECK THESE'Week
so forth ANDso forth . Can
... ', '" .. ,., ,. college for several years she decided 1
you imagine what a hectic time
'
i to return and make with
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,1 'she had, trying to feed the
baby
the learning until she got that
REASONABLEcharges degree . Congratulations! . .1|I on milk from the diner Insteadof End Specials
Glimpsed Wilma McClane payln'' the regular formula] and also

/ attended with the finest of ,sincere pop culls /along Call St., accompanied I without those other very neces
sary accessories . Hear Georgia -
', ', Serving bring to us the favor and by her two sturdy young 5 POUND
) . ; was so worried she didn't cut EPSOM SALTS
$ lions They and the Landrum 33c
of the communities
? i friendship great a bite from Florida to Texas and BAG
t family are vacationing at the
which we serve.DEWITT. I can WELL Imagine , They'll
i'i'f" Landrum place on Crystal Lake
r Moon travel from Texas to N. Y. II ASK ELL'S
. Nice to
1 see Ethel Taylor'ssmiling MILK OF MAGNESIA
IaI ..,.. countenance back behind time to visit Joe's people, but this PINT BOTTLE Z 3 t
Georgia says she'll take a
the desk at Will's Ins u ranee
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C. JONES Agency, looking chic as usual plane thank you '
\ J REXETTE 1/f
SANITARY NAPKINS REGULAR /
'
l' '; ;1' Funeral Director Anybody want a nice, soft SIZE
}r, Ileur those prominent Call purry gray an' white kitten? . .
Y AMBULANCE SERVICE streeters." Morris Jackson, A, I.Wall K. Mrs. Ruth (Red Cross office) OVER SEAS MAILING
an' Davis Gassett are getting Morse has a pair of adorable BOX 35c

a Phone 7 a clope-up view of the front I ones, either or both of which may

t5 U' i lines In the South Pacific be yours for the Baking . They El.eryJay We Receive A New Shipment OF Gifts For Our Gift
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STARKE, FLORIDA Glvemhcll, fellows! Seems both have double paws which
1 I Department. Make Your
.., " ., Selections Early

; BLACK DRAUGHT DENTURE ADHESIVE


y Fruits & Vegetables 2c Size 19c Rexall tic Size 19c

SPEED Pinkham Veg. Comp. BRITEN Tooth Powder

? O DELICIOUS PEACHES O 1HunDEN $1.50 Size \a 25 Large Size 39c


TAwrr PRICES REASONABLE I SWAMP ROOTMURINE For the Eyes


60c Size 49c 60c Size 49c
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CASTORIA Fletcher's Headache Tablets

t ; Leon DicnntlioCALL 1. p lOc Size 35c Rexall 2.>c Size 19c


; CALL & CHERRY STS.NOTICE. AGAROL Fleet's Phospho Soda
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10 Oz. Size 49c
: 89c 60c Size

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O WES yF / lam 7 keep you from }our

;' ' I wish to announce that I have sold y g .. n s ( Job. If jour re-lelumeirlusFilled .

,j \ half interest in my Service Station EAST r t 1"t c 1? Our Stock is "' "you may tired I "it"n"""*

i to R. I:. Mundroff of St. Petersburg. 0 ySE Ample and We Are j.I Ask! your 'dabs l that tl"
re f
Mr. Mundroff is an experienced service efRr ,, ; a will benefit you IIICI"*', lh"fr0"
WgsfES aff1 Equipped To Fill Most
t station man and will be at the I )/; I buy your roquli-enwnt

i rt Temple* & Lake Service Station to ... of Those That Are 1 .. -'..-- .our high'! quality drag *"P'

.;;:;;,;o_ '\ /
,, t assist me in giving you quicker and Brought to Our Atten'r...-- piles.

h : better service. rp tion. May "We Serve PANOVITE VITAMINS 319

''' ,' Thanking you for past and future You? 100 High Potency

it .. i patronage, Plenamin Vit's. & Minerals 2.75

' -L. 31. Gaines W. reCommend this IrUd and lw.' .p.h i 1.i, y.vr 72 to Box _

6 hom. Wall, woodwork: and fwrnf- *

lure will look ,Letter, longer with $'2..85

TEMPLE & LAKE SPEED-WAU'S oft colon. Any.fi' ;;;J/J CARPENTER'ST

cis* it. Per Gallon
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A ': ,J L. 31. GAINES & R. E. 3IUNDROFP .TIP TOP SUPER MARKET HE REXALL DRUG STORE

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IBiTS[ of LOCAL NEWS I Mrs W. E. WldJIeton is spendIng Pvt Edwin Lott of Camp Gru | Mrs R. A Thomas left Wednesday -: MiR (' Bufoul ,I I II I
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this week xvlth relatives at ber.! Okla, is spending a furlough for Biloxi, Miss, to visit' 1 More Gun Shells I 1
I : 11 vacation at thlx tune
Jacksonville D ach.
with his here
parents her daughter MI'''. Clydenelle
I )I Co1'\ T Long of Ft Kenning.CJ Emory II Price of (ho 2nd :
Mrs. J. R. Roberts and Mister Mrs' Canto Rluh returned Fountain a 10l'mrl''hl'nt 01 !
Tennille, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. H. P Giiton and .., Florida. District who has been
h of :Miss Nettle Po w e r. of Tallahassee Monday from Ovedio where she Starke. arrived' Saturday to upend n
1 R'' her slater: Mrs. Roy Huttbara of St. Petersburg advised' by the War Production 't,
suing were dinner guests Tuesday visited her sister, Mis. fin .
L. E. Jordan MI-H. James Hollingsworth and \tough< at home. He anti :Mrs! |I I
Board that 65 of the
m returned to visited Cleveland Neal over percent(
of Mrs. C. F. Ward and Mr. .
I K ,,,. the week-end, son Jim of Na hvlll.\ Tenn.. and Long left for \Vaycro8S Ga, Wednesday normal' supply of shot nun shells)
bom, tt n 4day.a f and Mrs John Uglow. I Word! has been received by Mrs. }o'. C. Holllnsworth and to visit. MI'''. Longs al l,.. I I will be available for the coming
,..,, .I 1 Bryant return- Pfc. Thomas Mersereau of Camp Paul Miller left Monday for Mr. and Mrs G. H. Bennett that daughter '' '
ell' Penny were In Gainesville 'lei, 11ft.". T. II. Slade and new 'I'hunting Reason through regular!
In a Thomp- New Orleans, La. where he will their Pvt. '
starK' : sday Stewart. Ga., returned to campSaturday i son Stanley Bennett! Tuesday evening; attending a channels.
nbul a nee after after undergo an opeiatlon.Mr. has arrived safely In France. daughterI
spending a 10-day
birthday .
\\\'iUtam I party honoring Mrs. T j "I am pleased with this an-
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ng 1t' upendix' removed In furlough! with his patents, Mr. and Mr, R. J. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. N. T Hitch. Jr' J. Strickland ni t (the home of Mrs I John Love Wilkes of Jacksonville I novincemi'iit," the CongressmanI
hospital. I and :Mrs. T. A ,Meraereau.IOST.ARATTRACTIONS. \ daughter, Idalou and Marjorie, I and Miss Carolyn Green retllrnt',1Sunday K.: E. Cellon. and Mr'. Frank "-vilnll''
ck.oD" I "for I have been after tli
Mrs. J. E. Futch, :Miss Mary I night from vacation and
; a ) MISS Gloria Uuford i hI home on chiMien. Ann und Frank, nrgucaia Writ for Dome months to mah
Brownlee and MUa Madge Brown- spent in the mountains of North a three-weeks .
of
vacation from St. Judge and Mi.s \ Z
shells available
u"
lee pent last Friday In Daytona Carolina Luke's 118 many pray
I Beach with Mrs. n. r. Smith. I Mrs. M. T. Oakley returned Hospital. Her mother I Adklna at Klngsley Luke i I beat under the emergency"

Pfc. and. Mra. Clarence Andreu I home Wednesday from a vacation -
have returned to Madison, Wis. spent at Keystone Heights with
H 1 after a visit here with Mr and Mae B. M. Montgomery Today |
Mrs. Ira Andreu and other relatives she will resume her work at the 1
Pfc. Andreu Is stationed Atlantic National Bank of Camp
SALE
Florence i at Truex Field. Blanding. SALE SALE !

Florence :Maj.: H. C. Wall of St. Augustine 1>'r. and Mrs. L.. S Hutto spent
spent Tuesday here with his lat week In Ornngebuig, and
3-BURNEROIL parents, :Mr and Mrs W L. Wall. Columbia. S. C., visiting; relatives.Mrs. I
OVENS Kaspar Duncan, who Is now at H. H. Adams visited SALK
the nixie Camp for Boys at WI- friends In Jacksonville the earlier I'KK'K ;'.
COOK STOVES TWO ley. Ga. will return to his home part of this week. 6
6.75 here Tuesday after a twomonthsstay Mrs! 't. R. H. Boree, who has been FORMERLY
ON LEGS BURNERS at the camp. visiting for the past week with SHOE KITS 5c .15
Mrs" II E. Moch and family Tier patents Mr. and Mrs' G. H.
SINGLE have returned to their home In Bennett left Thursday to Join
29.50 2 25 Savannah, Ga, after spending a her husband at Camp Campbell, I'a..te and Liquid :2 10KSHOE
BURNER .
few days with their Uncle and Ky.Mrs. :
Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Clarkof Lucille Fowler who has POLISH FORMERLY; ; .25
.. .... been
6 6 this city. employed In the Civilian Per :
Mrs. Jennie Cramer of Newark, sonnel department at Camp Blan i\
!piaT; :for Winter N. J., who has spent sometime I ding, recently resigned her position FORMERLY{
here In the home of Mr. and 1\11'111. Orlando.and joined her husband In SHOE KITS 1.00 .50
R. O. Nunnery, left for her home Also leavingStarke
: OUR COMTL'ETE SUPPLY (OF last Tuesday. this week to reside In Orlando
John Walker S 2-c whoIs are Airs C. M. Fowler and daughter -
i STOVE stationed Henry In Boston, Mass., tett I Maiguerlte.rrmtrmt SEWING KITS FORMERLY I .10 ic I
OIL WICKS for his base Tuesday of last week I i

t after spending a short leave here t- . t
: NOW IN STOCK with his parents, Mr. and Mis 1 .tSTROU7f FORMERLY;
I John Walker. On the night be- ak1t.A IIICALi SEWING KITS .25
: For Stoves of All Styles and Sizes fore his departure his parents i m y..fI..r MaTA'1'la or .0."_ 2.r to 1.00
gave a party In honor of his try pr..p.rfy. II.. male a,..
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Both Heaters and Cook Stoves A chicken *. .nlrx. of llnmpii_ farm.AerraRp. .._
birthday anniversary. .
Bttrrra from nil ovrr the
1 supper was served to a numberof World. Free open lUtlnir.. FORMERLY
:aI Get Yours Now guests after which they en- E. A. STROUT REALTY AGUNCYItrprewnlrd DOPP KITS 2.00 1.00

I aI 1 .... .. .. 4 Joyed a dance. )i+
Mrs Freeman Register, Jr.,
left Tuesday afternoon for Greens Locally by WERE'
BRADFORDHARDWARE boro, N. C., to be with her husband F. C. IIOLl.I ( SWORTIl Canvas Water Buckets 1.25: 50
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Pvt. Freeman Register, Jr., lie S. "Inu, "St.
who Is stationed there.
COMPANYJ. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bryan and ,, -" .. FORMERLY: r/\
sons, Lt. Don Bryan and LelanllBr'an MONEY BELTS 1.00) 1 1.50 2.00() .Jj
of Bartow, were guests of
B. CARLISLE, Managing Owner i
Mr. and Mrs E. J, "Dowling Sat- PIIESCIUITIONSYour( )
urday and Sunday. At one time WERE '
they were neighbors in Bartow. I Case Hunt Knives 7.50 4.98 ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffmanof I
Clearwater, spent this week I
NAT SEZ: with Mr. and Mrs, "W. L. Wall. l WERE
.V;: Mrs. J, M. Capo of St. Augustine ,, 1UIIT I Ittr4 Cigaret Lighters 1 LOO .50 ,
Looks like the uorld'N blJg'f"ht:, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
' Freeman Register Sr., this week "' ,
bully Is ahout to Ret what's coming r
{ ..,.......- K. G. Duncan arrived Saturdayfrom I 1
A to blm. Rochester, Minn,, where ho

L > As long- ? UN he* had all thJ little Mayo was under Bros. Clinic.observation at the d Chest Light Flashlights 195formerly .'

2>x fellows down he WII' big shot,
Mrs George Manaxsa and
but tiling .sure have changed. daughter, Cella, are visiting Mrs. I Priced at $:'i.50. Complt.'Celth Mattery. Jift-al fur Hume (JfI;(.'.
There's -hoinethlng ulmut a long Managua's! parents Mr. and Mrs.

lane that Jits this cast perxackiy.: W. G. Stilnsrfellow.
Mrs.! R. T. Richard of Jacksonville -
I guess. you've heard hat one. ,
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.!!
Your plnmmu N .a skilled
W L. Wall this week. l
.Hclcntlst.! \'<>u fan count on

r r r .. Mrs. James F HoIllnRswoith STORESIHamliiiff {
him to fill jour In"'I''J>tluflN'Jule'kly ,
and son, Jim, of Nashville Tenn.,
"Y ,
and accurately ,
m came to Starke last week for an ,
Smartly S
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.F. Ii the
C. Holllngswoith. .
I Carpenter'sThe Ii
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\\1;, : ;: forSCHOOL SCHOOLVounjfsters Starke Phone 61 Florida t#

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Have a Coca-Cola = Let's work: refreshed t t'a

'1 lCWe've 0445U' : are always

hard on their Mhool.hiMft. \
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7.95TO work and pl.iy: air ahead I Pyr Sfr 3' '

let ready by Inning their i ,. ,

shiH'H repair mnv, and
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team-mates for your l t fournoneJeep I

Jackets! blouses and if -

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at the waist. Come Ij 1141

In now and choose from Slight Truck 1<;r rC
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collection of popular Iau ng r Car

styles Scotch light TraderSFowtr Plant . or a helping band on the farm

plaids: pastel plaids and
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bright solids. 4PLASTIC 4r: '' I YOU CAN GET Helping to feed America means long hours In the_ fields. . endless tasks to t ; = j

I / I Iy REAL RELIEF perform. All the more welcome then, is the friendly pause for an ice-cold tJt 1 1refreshed.

I fan ACIDINDIGESTION Coca-Cola. Have a "Coke", says A farm companion, and it means Left work

e w ? I In country home or city dwelling, frosty bottles of "Coke" belong -

PURSES I \ ) ? in the icebox. Across America, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that rtfreshesa ,- ;

10.95 Plus Tax symbol of kindly hospitality. Ic', narural for popular nameato
as BISMAREXCarpenter's t acquire friendly( abbrcvlj*
OITUD UNDER AUTHOtlTV Of Cull COCA-COLA COMPANY IT
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; erson and the Rev and Mrs. E.M. : Case No. 3268,

I : 1. WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE THEATRES GIFTS Teter were visiting Mr. and ANl OHDEH> NOTK OF"'L i i J",.:,1 \-I'',

,3 J. GISLAIN'S GIFTS Brooker Mrs. Bill Griffls Sunday. Walter STATE Jones OF> "'",/1;,", .,i'i'U.:' > ,'t.i?,

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilkson Charleston Shim' ''I.' .
I SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY Mr. dorJc Co.. Chary, ''' "? ', I ,
Ity Joyce Atkinson of Jacksonville were visiting You ': Dr
. . . . . Wilkson's brother, B L. Wilkson, September are 11th' ,, ,,',,''J, ,
; t' see O FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND Friday of last week.O. plaintiff named. ('ourt ;alil,,I,,, "t ''r,...
Mrs. Cecil Moore and Joyce Atkinson RECREATIONAL CENTER seeks |",?" f'Bthls .n
COt R. Prevatt Is visiting his County.Tel"KI'Il"h" I .dr"
entertained the Girl Scou.ts Order In ,
n.0(1 u
wife and daughter in Plant City "ue" i ?
I
.s
., f 'e 3e with a picnic at Hampton Lake Law son General hospital, Atlanta week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ar- for several days. .. Witness niy |,", \ 'I.
afternoon. All of the .al lit py, I"
Thursday AMUSEMENTS IiItarke.
tur McRae. Pvt. Andreu is stationed ''I' '
Ga. l'
( Iz Crews of the U. S. 7th 1944. \Ulu:
A scouts were piesent except one. Raymond
at Truax Field. (OFFICIAL
Minn Marie Edwards In visiting KGAf 1
After a good swim they enjoyed Starke Amusements Navy is home for a few days. AM C"lerk of \ ?I
said
I I .f Yy sandwiches, and coca-colas. Everyone her aunt Mrs. J. W. Knight at Jimmie Lowe Is visiting his T. Frank I."nd,'"'', :a.

. ., ,,1 i. q, toO had a nice time. Jacksonville Beach. FOOD uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. E TRAIN SCHEDULE: A tly. for Plf 'J M
... I' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand C. Alford] at Ocala] T. J. Griffin, local agent for III
' Fi"lends and relatives of Mrs/
I k baby of Gainesville were visiting the Seaboard Air Line, announces
Cove Springs
Hall of Green
: Stokes will to learn Camp DinerAlilligan's Guy
: ,if O Mother H K regret relatives here Sunday. was visiting Mr. and Mrs H. M. that effective July 9 the followingtrain e
I that she had to undergo a major Cpl and MI'.. Hershel Layfieldand \ Grill Monday afternoon schedule went Into effect:
Daughter McRae and family 1
.t i operation ThUl' day at the AleIchua -
: 3O son of Valdosta, Ga, were Southbound
,
,1 I In Gaines
County hospital
1 visltois here ]last week. No. 1 due Starke 11:40: p. m. IlOur
.t, '\ NECKLACES ville. Mrs./ Stokes Is still dan- GIFTSGislain's We are glad that Mrs R M.
I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Russ and : No 191 due Starke 11:12: p. m.
.1, 11 gerously 111. We all wish her a Crosby Is back home again after
I,. /son, Edwin( of Orlando, were vie No. 107 due Starke 9:38: a. m.
:))1 speedy recovery. iting Mr. and Mrs. Vanoe RUSH, spending several days at Glen- NorthboundNo.
Pfc. James R. Mott, who was Wonder Gift Shop dale Hospital In Palatka.]
; O Unique vIa Saturday :2 due Starke 4:45: a. m.
)' r- wounded In action several weeks Miss Mandy Mott Is visiting :Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez No. 192 due Starke 5-20 a.
ago, has been stationed at Lawson MILITARYSUPPLIES and children of Vanderbilt sec
PUZZLE Letters relatives In Gainesville. No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p.
;" General Hospital in Atlanta, tion were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J B. RUBS Is visiting/ relativesIn
: i i'z, Ga. He writes that he would H. M. McRae, Sunday afteinoon. i\ ('inn'IT roi'nf. BRADFORD.
'i, +t like to hear from all of his Orlando.Mr cot ""rv pLoitmti (..IIAHnwnrd : -
\ \" We to learn that Mrs -
are glad
Lovely Pastel friends. His address: Pfc James and Mrs. J.V.. Thomas Ben Suslow's Army Store ('t:..'-, .
;: it, O toO Susie Myrick Is much improved Harwood Bu* ard, Plain-
( R. Mott-34531894 Ward 9 C, and son, Wayne, Mrs. S. N. Kirk- Gislain's Illness. She returnedto tiff v". Dorothy Jar Dyer l."Ua-
J' ,! CaribbeanPEARLS after a long par T>.>fendiint, faff No 5257.
\ I'' '. ., land and Miss Hazel Crosby were I'>>. S. Stores her home at Lake Geneva on ORDER OF PUBLICATION Breakfastsare
visitors in Live Oak, Friday. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
; ; 35n Shafkin's Saturday.The FITATK! OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy
something
t; Mrs Morgan Tllghman and Jane Bytr HtiMHard, whose address
t I daughter of Jacksonville were vls- The Stag building on the parsonageat Is Route 1, Haerortown, :Maryland to crow about!
: i : Pine Level Church is progressIng You are required to appear onfI..pt..mb..r AlsoSHORT
itlng friends and relatives here
I. i 4th, 1944, In the above
rapidly We hope to haveit 1
+ O Color Gay Monday. THEATRESFlorida named Court and cause, wherein
Ni
finished
soon. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford ORDERSserved
Yeo. W. C. Crosby from Green
Telegraph shall publlxh thin
We had a good /service at Pine County
i : HEAD SCARFS C') Cove Springs spent the week-end Order In next four weekly lHuen.. .
; with his Level Sunday morning and even- Witness my hand and official from

r lj Seaman parents.Genevieve Cassels was Park Ing and were glad to have visItors Real. at 6th,Starke 1944.OFFICIAL , Florida, this August 9 a. m. to 9 p, m.

r- Ritz with us, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
visiting her this
Hand Woven parents week. An Clerk of Raid Court Featuringthe

-> PLACE: WAVES Seaman Cassel. has been in the TAVERNSBlanding . . . . . .. . Atty.H. O. for Brown}>If., Luke Butler 8-11 Florida 4t 9-1. best of
several months and is
i : I BELTS Z now stationed at Jacksonville. Woodlawnny iv: (innir 'orwr, IRUFORD STEAKS & CHOPS
Center BarBob's COITY Fl.OIIIUtl IN CHAM-!
'. to TO LIVE Her address Is: Genevieve Cassel CF715Y.Lurltne .
with ]* S :2-c, Box 27, Bks. 722, Tavern Mrs. :Mjrle Rafuno M1 Jones. Pia Intlft, VR.
C') USNAS Jacksonville, Fla. Jordan's BarLawtey . . 5 5 5 5 5 e . Marlon Walter Jones, Defendant. CAMPDINER
_4 Let Me Help You
.> MatchingHEAD Sgt. Dave Galney, who has Just There will be service at the

FIND IT returned from New Guinea was . . . . . . Woodlawn Baptist Church each
4 BANDS 2i the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs, School
}1 Sunday. Sunday at 10:30: WE
Let Me Help You E. J, Lewis and family, Saturday. Preaching Service at 11 a. m.,

I SELL IT E. J. Lewis and daughter, Miss preaching Sunday night at 8.30: a'r Corner Call anti tlirrry!
I
Iva Mae Lewis, in Starkeon SELLHIGH
Tooled were By EVELYN WARKEN Come and bring someone with
Hand 0lf !business; Tuesday, ...ate . . 5 * 55 you.The
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Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Teter
BILL FOLDS I Wanted . . . . . .
ra Listings on Mrs. J. H. Harrell has returned and little son of Jacksonville attended QUALITY DON'T LET THE

Apartment Houses from Moultrie, Ga, where she church here Sunday.Mrs. J BAKED

> or Homes For Rent Sampson City spent two weeks with relatives. Lewis Rafuse and, Mrs.L. GOODS

+a Shell DecoZ Within 20 Miles of I Mrs. Fred Davidson of Gainesville " W, Page were visiting Mrs. HEATGET
By Louise Varnea' ALWAYS
the week-end of
rated Starke . . . . . . was guest Alma Dyal of Hampton Thursdayof
; VIr. and Mrs. Grant Davidson. last week.E. TIlJoLAPPE

toO Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith were Miss Virginia Anders and friend L. Crawford was visiting In
TRAYS W.T.CLUTERE In Hawthorne Sunday visiting of Jacksonville are spending several this section Sunday afternoon BAKERY YOU DOWN
with Miss Anders' bro-
days The Rev. and
Kirby Smith. Mrs. O. J. Raul-
ti ther-in-law and sister, Mr and
Wrapped and Lem Brown and W. J. Robeisonwere r ,
ti en Mrs J. H, Redgrave.
Mailed anywhere In Staike Monday on business l. 1:
In U. S. A. 119 EAST CALL ST.REFRESHING . Mr. and Mrs Charles Carter, J 1o
; y and small son, Larry of Tallahassee -
., . ,. Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack GOodge of CHECK THIS LIST FOR GIFTSEARRINGS. vo
.,
'I .----------- spent several days'" last week
Starke here Mr.
1 t1 i ,! were visiting with Mrs.!! Carter's parents, Mr.
l anti Mrs Lem Brown Sunday ev
and Mrs. John Wyrlck.
,
;1 1'I ening.
Billy Burney has returned from
V t Percy Jones and daughter,
r Jacksonville where lie has been
Louise, returned to Ft. Pierce
of on spending sometime. with his parents -
F Monday morning after spending Mr. and Mrs,E. E. Burney.
I Ia ( two weeks here visiting Mr. Jones' KEEPCOOL
A. D. Griffis, who Is in the
r mother, Mrs S. E. Jones, and
Army, is home for a few days
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
visiting friends find relatives
1 and Mrs. E. D. Jones a
Roger Peele, son of Mr, and I
I, l G. W. McKinney returned to :Mrs. Joe Peele, has returned home |

the Naval Air Base In DeLand from Virginia where he has been'
after spending the week-end here attending the Marion Military

I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Institute for the past several

Carl McKinney and family. months. AS AN ICEBERG
. .
,,j _ _ _ Mis. Aitford Drown of Brook Mrs. J. B. McDonald has returned -
er, Mrs. W. H. Smith and( Mrs. home from Lake Butler] Largest Selection in Starke

Louise Vanies were in Jacksonville where she wns the guest of her New Arrivals Every {Week{

shopping and visiting Wed. daughter, Mrs. Agnes Sapp, the .
,
nesday. past several days. -
Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot Afternoons
in for
i Drop a E. D. Jones and brother, F. P. Mrs. n. Clyatt and children were Substantial Reduction on all

't r:' t and see if your temperature doesn't drop about Jones were In Jacksonville on visiting In Starke Saturday even- STRAW BAGS

business, Friday, . . .
1 10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleas I Mrs. Blanche McKinney and Ing.Mrs.. James Thomas and daughter ,, -

; ant relaxation will send you back to your work with son, Dewey, spent a few days in spending, Betty this, of week.Jacksonville with Mr. and are Beautiful New Novelties of
Jacksonville ]last week visiting
renewed vigor. relatives. ,.? Mrs. H. C. Kelly.]] PRESSED WOOD .0.
Leeman Clyatt of Providence is
Including Fruit Trays Can-
spending several days with his ,
.., .. adv cousin, Franklin{ Clyatt. ape' Dishes, Pipe Stands Ash WITH A

: Bal{ Mrs. Robert Campbell of Lees- Trays, Jewell Boxes, Amusing -
berg was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
: Jake Shuford several days this Statuettes, Religious Ar- COLDBOTTLE
iti's TAVERN A NJJ. week ticles.

1- y,t Miss Lou Edwards left Tuesdayfor > I
49c to $2.39
Bob Jones Mgr. Jacksonville, where she will OF
spend several days with relatives.] ,. ..

, if Misses Vera Monley and Evelyn Collectors Note!
SPECIALSDUOTHERM Warren weie shopping In Starke
Salt &
last Friday. Pepper Shakers BEERAT

J Miss Ina Forsyth spent last 1200'to' choose from
l s+ week-end In New River with lelatlvet. -

; t Hi ; I ALL GIFTS WRAPPED MAILED .
Junior Clyatt of Providence -
HOT WATER spent several daye'last week herewith I AND INSURED !

Bud relatives.] / I JOJ.',an's

HEATERS Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Mosley and, '
'I
I daughter spent Saturday with Mr.
I
and Mrs. Willie Grlffls. WONDER GIFT SHOPMRS. Bar

Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Mrs Jas.

Thomas were shopping In Starke BESSIE
Flashlight DAVIS
Tuesday evening.Pine Proprietor Paddy Libretti, Mgt,

I BATTERIES . . . . . . AI -


EXHAUST Level

Hy Mr*. II. 91. McKM *
LLW
t I REAL "HE-MAN" . . . . . . .
,, FANS .
ii .
I Several of the people of this k. __ ,, ;j ,-",,,,,. -
r== ,,,, =_ -
j'' : .. section attended the street wer- .". ,
l vice In Starke Saturday after

HAMBURGERS RADIO noon. A good many service men
i\\ from Camp BlandLnff were there

and one surrendered hIs life to

1 & SERVICES God.Mr. SHAFKIN'STHE

and Mrs. A. F, Hall and
children of Jacksonville spent the

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H.
; HOT DOGS
M. Mcltee. STORE

WINKLER Misses Dorothy Norman and


fei i t i,t t i } ELECTRIC visiting Tuesday Mildred relatives Moss nigh of Jacksonville and friends were here ALL SOLDIERS KNOW


t Pfc. and Mrs. Clarence K. An- '

,rI MILLIGAN'S GRILL dreu of Madison, Wla., spent .the

jL5 J' SERVICE You keep baying ENUF SED !

CALL ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS

226 Temple Ave. WAR BONDS Jewelry Gifts Uniforms I


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.. .'.i'T 18. 1944 BRADFORD. COUNTY TRrJCOKArrr, STIHUIT, in.r nm,\ ...... .-.

-. . . . SOates la -
connection
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with the
.
. War Department last week here with Mi and Mrs Mrs. J. N. Kelly. Sunday Afternoon .
Rotation FOOD
of AMUSEMENTS
MIL I
tate Farm Personnel Overseas Program. An -- I TAR Y SUPPLIES W.Vllr!! and! family. I ;
:Mrs Fred
Interesting: trophy of Capt Grla- --- j: llalslop spent partof CIlvlnVard, and daughter,
?. ttryan WhitfieldRR1L !r's is a Japanese flag of New Jersey and Macclenny and : : last week with her parents. I Joyce, and George Jordan went a
fly ? . . : captured | M. Bradley Mr. and Mrs Geiger and< Mm. Clifford Rhoden of VTal- I Mr and Mra. Arch Dobbs at the !
from a Gun Battery and one of Mr. and Mrs Carl Dugger and returned to their home Sunday do and Dan Rhoden of Macclenny Slate Farm. to Lake City. Thursday.
his finest "human Interest" stories Mrs. Ethel Stone of Macclenny. night but Bradley remained with Mm. Dorothy Yatea, and son
1l' .\ Is of the liberation of missionaries Mrs!. E. G. Land returned Monday his grandparents for several days. I. H U. Kelly, William Crosby Jerry, of Tampa spent the weekend I
Dobson an- Mrs. E. L. and N.
MilIra Hewitt and D. Thomas
!If I"* In Dutch New Guinea who : from Belleview where she Guests of Mrs. Forrest Harvey two were buslnesx with Mr. and Mrs. W. R,
'iirth' of a lion Sidney children of Lake City are visitIng visitors to GaJnt' vlll6,
I Monday.
I
had been visited her Halalop.
"re Ihl held captive aince 1942 son and daughter-In- Thursday were Mrs Otto Hall and
,
on
aid ''D the Farm Hospital until April of this year. Capt. law. Mr." and Mrs. Roscoe Land son. Paul, and Mrs. J.V.. Alford Mr and Mrs I. J. William Fred HaLslop was transacting Mr and Mrs J. R. Kelly and
during Mrs.
Jrda AUgust 12. Griner said emphatically, "We'rewinning. for several days. and three children of Jacksonville Hewitt's recuperation business In Gainesville Monday. children, and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
." period following a recent tonsllec- I The Rev. H. L. Chaplna, of
NEWS Mrs! Andrew Crews arid daughters Crosby were shopping In
: tomy.
t yn5111: Bellview was visiting Mr. and
I1I1pathO: Ie extended to Law- FAMILY DINNER June and Josephine, of Mrs. Gladys Ducharme arrived After having/ lived with Mr. I' I Jacksonville, Saturday
Clewlston are with their relatives Saturday from her home In MI-
to Mrs Claude and Mrs J. H. Moncrief for
"ce DUgger, and informed last Celebrating; the homecoming of Mr. and Mrs M. L. Crews, ami to visit her parents. Mr. and months. Sgt. and Mrs. many Coy

BJ. wh,hat( were their brother, Pfc. their son, Cpl. Lonnie Dobbs Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Dave Thornton. Mrs. S. R. Dotwon. Friends regret Mitchell are now at home to their i OLD SARGE'S ii
day of Macclenny was and Mrs. Arch Dobbs were hosts Sp. (I) 1-c A. I* Buford was that Mrs. Ducharme's visitIs friends In Starke.
t'' wgg at dinner with Dr. and Mrs: R. P. Stubblns occasioned by her father's Ill
J action in France, July Sunday to Cpl. and Spencer Crews went to Graham
in Ben Mont- Mrs. Lonle Thursday night en route from last Saturday to visit his uncle, I PLACE
With! Chaplain Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. J. Norfolk. Va., to ness.Mr. I
make Tallahassee to Mrs. Albert Jackson George Rlveri., for ten I
Of camp Blanding M. Conner of Ralford Pvt. and and days. [
ery address, an Impressive Mr*. Alton Dobbs and daughter, spend his leave with his father, anti children, Edwin and Laura Mrs. Mabel Gaitkew and two | STARKK'S ORIGINAL 11ARMY
Judge Rivers
/ Buford, and
service for Pfc. Dugger Eloise, of Blanding and Starke. family Jane, of Mayo, spent Sunday with children of Dukes were luncheon
:norla in the Church of God Mr. and Mrs Carl Dobbs of Lake before going to his new assignment Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land. guests of Mrs. t. J. Williams, Fri I
i Bed at Ft. Pierce
Sunday afternoon. City, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hol- He was accompanied Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. day. STORE H
jjlacclenny.! lingsworth and sons, Woodrow to Tallahassee by Mrs E. :J. Harris Monday night were K.: L. Webb and< family of Tam I
R. P. Stubbins, Sr.,
f T. CRINKB HOMErrER : Jr., and Warren William, of Pa- who will visIt Sgt. Raymond DAvis and Lt. Betty pa returned to their home Wednesday II .
LONG TOUR OVERSEAS'' latka, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs Mr.after and Mrs. Chas. Pulley until Welneholt of Camp Blanding. after visiting Mr. and I Authorized by the War Department
E. Griner Jr.. of' the celebration of the Mrs. James Reaves and daughters Mrs. M. R. Holmes for several Operated
hut. Martin and daughters, Wanell and Bobby ninth I by an KxSoldieiHEADQUARTERS I,
birthday of her
to j grandson, Martha Jean and ilnyH. Their daughter, MI' Robert
,/Guinea arrived Thursday Faye of Gainesville, Mrs. J. D. Chas. Pulley, Jr. August, 20. Ann. re- '' I
I, His parents Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs, Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mr. and turned to their home In llahlni. Dukes of Jacksonville also I
:1
: :
I II. Leslie Bradley went to Mac- Ga.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Holmes .
I tin Gi'Inei for three weeks. Mrs. Fred Hasllop, and Rev. and Tuesday following; a two during -
L I. Gilnet has been on over- Mri W. E. Hall of Starke. clenny Saturday to join Billy weeks visit with Mrs. Drew the past week -- for allMilitary II
continuously since Aug. I Overatreet for a camping trip to Sweat and Mr. and Mra." KorrextHarvey. "Gelger's Shoe Repair Shop"
duty
1939 and was stationed inn Monday Mr. and Mrs 'Claude Ocean Pond, near Olustee. has been established. recently in Supplies i
\\'sh the time of the attack Johns entertained at dinner Tech Pvt. Billy Lee of Pueblo, Colo., After spending several weeks Jacksonville and friends will be iv
\\ v
I Pear) Harbor. He la In the nical Sgt and Mrs. Bobby StoneERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S arrived Saturday for a two weeks with relatives In Marianna, :Mrs interested, in knowing that It Is
furlough with his parents Mr. Lon Durden returned to her home owned and operated by V. N '
and Mrs. F. W. Lee. here Monday. Geiger I who formerly lived here Novelties & Jewelry
Mrs :J, R. Kite: spent the past, Mr. and Mrs Dave Thorntonand Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher I H
trEAT week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. son Dewey. left Monday to were In Jacksonville Sunday and I'
m F. Dollar and family in Cairo, upend their vacation In LanelanJ Monday, nil guests of Mrs P D.
HEREIF 50 Ga. with Mrs Thornton's sister, Mrs Fancher, Jr.
50C5 Misses' Esther Crews and Melverna Lester Hall. Visitors! of Mr. and Mra. Martin I Ben Suslow'sArmy

YOU LIKE HOME COOKING O< Thornton made: a business Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris and Grlner Sunday afternoon were r
trip to Ocala, Monday. Mrs Pauline Hamilton were In Mi, and Mrs. Edward Scott of
Iff Mr and Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng Lake Geneva Thursday na guestsof Tampa and their. hosts Dr. and
I '
of Melrose were Sunday.; dinner Mrs. Harris' mother, Mrs Mrs Hugh W. Kuh of Jackson Store I:
I I
Ic. guests; of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Elam GUsson. ville.New !
HOT DOGSSANDWICHES
CHILI
- ... Grlner. Sgt. Carl Cravven of Camp residents of the Farm arc 209 E. Call Street '
t'l1 The Community Club held Hsj I, Blanding was the guest of Mr. Bill Lane and his family, who Starke. Fla
regular: monthly mfctlng in the and, Mrs. R. M. Markham Saturday have recently moved from Hell-
OUR SPECIALTYCall sg Club Rooms last Tuesday after- I night. bronn Springs to the upstairs' "i iI ,

noon. The president, Mrs. C. 11.Tu.l'nE'Y I Mr and Mrs 'I). L. Shaw and apartment in the house In which ,,,
St. Next Poor To Western Union a.e Mr and Mrs A L. Cicws
preside Mrs. L. F. son Joe, of LaCrosse visited Mr. occupy
Chapman and Mrs. J. M. Bradleywero : and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Sunday.. the lower apartment. I

ERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'SJUST nos'essoa! and served ice They were accompanied by Mrs. . . . . . . I
cream and cookies. Emma Rivers
I of Aubmndale, who II
Mrs. P. S. Crew has received will make an extended stay with
word that her brother Willie R.I :Mr. and Mrs." CrewsMrs. Opal Sunnybrook: I

Rlvea! former Bradford Johns mill her grandson, Marvin STAIRKE
RECEIVED IIV Mrs. Arsiiln Ouuforil I
student, who Is In U. S. N. is PrltchPtt of Ralford, were also . . . . . .
having his boot training at Camp dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. I

0 BIG SHIPMENT I P eary. Va. Jimmie Uradley, Kl- Crews, Sunday.. Claude Moore of Tampa spent Sun., Mon., Tues. Aug. 20, 21, 22 ,
ton Ormond and Bernard Jordan, : Lt. and Mrs. George Manassa last weekend here with relatives
I a formir resident of the Farm, and little daughtci Celia of 1\IrR. Moore find returned homo :- **,,-

Alarm Clock Parts are also stationed at Camp Peary. lanta. Ga. arrived! l Saturday ;At-I' with him after spending several
I Edgar Tyson returned to his 'Lt. Manassa returned to his week with her parents, Mr. and THE SCREEN'S GAYEST TRIPLE PLAY. .

home in Jacksonville Monday after !fund.iy" and Mis. Manama" and 111'Y.' R. Hals lop.Mr. '

. I having visited his parents. Celia will be wllh their'' parents I and Mrs. Myrtle Newman !
--------------------- Mr. and Mrs. and of
R. H. Tyson since grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I Hellbronn Springs, and Mr. and I
Wednesday.Mr. i W. G. Stilnnfellow for a visit of Mra." Ovid Thomas of Starke spent I
Perhaps We Can Repair Yours and, Mrs. Vance Geiger and indefinite length. Sunday with Mr. and< Mrs Frank

son, Bradley of Jacksonville' came Supper guests of Mr nnd Mia ThomasJackie! ,
Bring It In And Let Us Try Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs. J. A C. Davis\\ Thursday were Mr" Ward of Inverness spentAIJI1I1LILL I i i iA

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{ PAGE EIGHT, '- -. --- -- : gnrd Carter Defendant, Case No. plaintiff ..e..!<

J! f Mrs. W. D. Embry of Lakeland b" prIvate Sale.Margaret .ali ore. as guardian 3273 County Teleg, ", "ti
No'r1cK Mr and MM O. L. Beasleywere ouonn OF PUBLICATION Order In nis' .'
and [
Rev
CLASSIFIED Is visiting her parents ''IR-.t-IIIK Wltness .
The 'riiy c '"...n. II nut' In, regularM'Kxton In Jacksonville Tuesday, ANt> NOTICE TO APPGAK seal at Sterh' ,
August! U. KM4, for the bone Mrs. W. J. Churchwell 'TlfH Of IVTK1ITIO TO STATE HP F1-.O1UDA to: O" 'r>od J61h. 1914AH ,
. where they went to see a NO t
lKNntle
nKlxtrulon -
the i.t
,
I lurpomuf. bunks' fur n-vli-liiK the c'ltv "t SlarkeThe . specialist who Ix treating Mr. HPKN: < I IH: $I'l'OHTH/ IndlviduulldPMlfftnd I >(I'rlf'KIN H FI.1: r'1'FII .t..I..I.. that the ntrkkenrom . :MrMerthu lhar., e. r..llowlllle nam.x acre I'OI NT" .1 t /uFB: ' I You an
j rj the b.iokx for th.. reiiMonxtnl Bcailey as the result of a ,recent ..,,1 MiKliHiin HI 7-Z: <-4t", JlHAno'OIUJ c'nl'STY FI..OIII/IA./ ii IInd..r..hl'n l. under the of l 1""H'I..I"n.ot Florida' 1 Si-ptcitiljei, 18th. 11144. In the abovenamed K. K, 1'...
' ,. to I | David Wayne ,rhuuter 20'iBI.: ;;: laws and wherein Ally tor
!! .. ,dThe : Accident. Hlafiienda are glad In Its: BIOtal. i-I will register" with therierk I Cnurl cause Pit
+ c'lty ('oun11 will hear linyponinliiliitx know that he Is now much Im- ,1 Moore, Minor I Ii Acts of ur 1\Ille 41 I'lr.ult ourt.. In and I . -1,1,
I I i t fnim anyone removed I NOTICE l I. h"r..1oKh..n: that Oil I for Bradford County. Florida; th..
bookx on the proved. $50WAR 11M4 I ,' I'hoti.oiudlox.
from the I roKlxtrallon the J Ith day of !pt"ml.er tltlomi/ l name (ItVhll
( '/L 22nd 1 day ..AliKUXt lit KIJII: o'clock will apply to the H'ni.rililM. f,.. K '' under which w.BIL engaged '
P und 1 will restore any nmnen June, I. T., removed Ivrryiiu.n. Count .Indue. of (""'l- and ....10" 1>"TI"TL.'amI' I
; .
\ i cl' ;IIfh, *. I been enoneouxly mrlckAlMiren Jones, Mrx. I. T., removed ford County, Flnrlda, at his office In if, Flu 1 is
*n. 'In Court Mound In ntark. for per .'wnld Dave White and Martha
1<...11)I./). U, removed ... land In by Camp
,7 TII<.hnA. removedAlMire BOND mission to sell\ rtaln White Photo Htudlo'
%;
l *, I- II., removedAllen 1 Kelly, Jlrx. Mary, remov..IKln"h'.n whkh" the above named minor hits White Blending. }<'I...
, ) :: Ira, removedAuxtln I'. H, removed an interest j .Ji\. Bradford County Doted this 18th day of August, ,
I.I 1.. 11, removedAnderH I Florida, and deBrlbed an follow, County.
'Kim hull, K. L., dead at Starke: BradfI N
< 11(4 ?
:Mrx. MOlfA'I.| removedAlbert. tu-wlt: SVi of NW'' "'ept I "' -"- H
f Julie, removedKennett I Klui>i>ell>visr, 1 13 II, removed on Northnldn and on (toad 28, ).r..1' Florida. A
,(: U II., lemovedliiyunl I laurel Eva II, di'ucll.iiWHoii. n'F.' : ..4 nr NW'', of joIW ; <'i.lr'l..r i'o i it'r. mi %,,.:'1rVlJriutrv. >
I, W, i I':., d..ad. H. A., removed. (liven an reward to find a lVty" of 8WV4 of NEVi/ \ N(4(( of 1'\1 "'LOIU"1 t.. -
r..mov..1 lMenneit lOW cornerof
loin I 13, In
Bryant removedI.niHntHtix fr"K', except one are
Leggett Irn
t. .I 1. I': removedHennetl J. M, i removedIJnyd house or apartment Imitable NWt4 of HK'i. ill In Serf"Ion 26.'" Clara"lTll Carter Plaintiff. V8 OB
Klnia": !D., removedItox. Twp. 7 S, H 22 Fact said sale I'o
deadI'lKlitfo.it
1) I I. .
I . ., removed ._._ _._._ ,
I, F H A, F7.; "lelnoved' fop UH In Sturkr or within 13 ---
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removed
liurney, Newn r) l.iKhlfoot Mrn A II. moved .DSen-
+ l.inni-il.I I" HIHiilev' lemovedl.rvan 1d.I IUe, !". 12, removed mile of Camp Bland Ing.You'll / I
.
,, A. ilen.t
t I H.
{ C'nnova, Florence" 1'*., deadCI4IWN Ijlvtiitf, "olwn removsdIdVIiig be lu-lpinfc UH and I'nole EVERY BRANCH OF
renuvedSlMtIhewe
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Oll' "
,. ,. Milton U !I.., remnvrdCarter. dendIiryden | |, Kiln. deadSb.y San 1 . l
T A., removed' 1
:, :I': :mniovedI : ':. : May, :\Ir... Nora H., removodMi
iHmovedrirlfflx
i Ifrin. 'I I I 11. Write Come to
removedMcllee (Phone or
1 Wilbur removed, : Hue, Ituxxell
: Hula' Ami' removed !9
,\ flay, A., n movedflay removed M.".'uudlrhIa. II II, removedMrl'Iw.e Sec-Mrs.: Jacobs Km. 12 1 t1
. :L\\ Mrx' HHK.-I 1 Piiulliio T I J K Hi', removed fJ ttl'ance
a 01",1"011. Sirs J..iuru, rt'inovedflay :.Mii'lHmi' ', :Mr. ?KatliiluoV, letnoved :Magnolia Hotel Phone 51 1I
'r W. A., removed' Mrllill( W I'.. r',-.oio.. "oil! I
1 reinnved
Inv S II.
t MI'I'.lIlIn.l.' It.V... removed
,. .. lemovodHull
OICo'1: l c'ulll. 1. "
.. : i :MrClirllandMr" ... Klnnihe, MinoviMlI'endei PIN'UAI'I'l.n 1'1'\ !I-Now "ICly.; 1e
lemoved
q A. II. , ,, W. II., rnmoved llellbronn HurlnttB. 11I'lnK' v
I 1 lloltxnuduiJexxle, H":., ..lendllairell I farm at

i 1 < rail:::',, V!.II'l..V'r..I II, ;,, lemoved, I'levult I ,, N.Mrx N..I Kdiiii:ninovwdI'M'MUl leniovedpwiinVr. your'1.00 bushel banket, and.1. \"al"wrIKht.net them tor. H. C. WALL

ililclm.. li'ioiii.N',,Hh. ,*remc i' .leniovedvsi.lelMman v.'diKh.u :I'lufoiil: ; ';I. W..CI.I.I"I";? i: ,;,;
t c }" rti'iide,? lemovednd.lMrniin ,, ruikfti i i1. II, removed, Uojul An i blem In renter lo..t I' 4
.-' i .1""'.... remnvi1irkM ' Talker, Mm. Ix'ttle, removed 'In or near ".I'y & A IB" poolroom.
is H ''nrl, deadsekeon 1'"w..II. <1. c'., i I'lniivpilI'uwell Iteturn to UrHilforil Teleirrapoffice Agency .
tt n, :Mr.Muixarel' n. ,,'moved ( Mrx :Mary /Harriett ."0I0V"." 8-4-3 II) ,.
\ I I'hillliiM, Hlm.,on. removed"
.."-,-,-..-,-.-.-.-,--.-.:. 1-tafui.e, l 1.1111. removedItiilierlxoii ... WAN iu-Hei'retary-Oeneral' Clerk. Constant Service Over 50 Years
I MrH. Helen renlOv..dItul..rl. Must know churl hand and typItiK -
} I ....ii, i:. I K.., removed Permanent revlclent clenlie'
+ Asbestos Starling" .MrH. V. L! removedStiirlinif but not nereseary. loud opuortiinlty -
V. l>., removed for advancement. Apply to Please Phone 116
and Iluill'Up Roofs I IItOOFS Hupp( Fred removed' P. o T-.." 121. Htarke. 8-11 211'
1'1111"' | | JlI r... I.ulu :Mae. removed .. ow _._._. _ ___ ._....-. ..., _ -'" -. '
I Stanley' 11. I I'.. removedThornton PnitMANKNT WAVH 5'!'o'! Ito your' 'W/Me. titit'l
REPAIRED . .. '' 'IIIII'II": "',
Ellis, removed own Permanent with Charm , nuWm,' nw"" 1' 01' t "II'
Thornton, SIre. IIlllx: removed Kuil Kit. Complete* equipment "wununnuniu0u' ' '''''' ' n 1 I ,
P I ALL WORKGUARANTEED T..wn..n.ubr..y., removedTownxon Including,, 40 riirlerM and ohampocKaxy < .', "
!II rIO, Opal. removed : to do, absolutely harmless. '111 . ,
>
Wine, (!. Li, removed Pralned by thousands' Includlni( i
VIxe. Mrx C La, removed Kay McKenrle., glamorous movie, There Is No SubstituteFor
: ;; by Warren, Dewey removed itlar. Money refunded If not MONEYSAVERSWere
Wren: Marie I removed, xatlKfled. Koch'x Drug store ,
Crosby & Solano White, Janice A, removed III|18-15t-11 124
Near. ,, Robert H, removed ServiceWe
FREE ESTIMATES! Wear, Alive N., removed IF YOU WOL'L.1> BUY Olt tIo:141.I No
Younir. /HermHii II.. dead milk CO VH, stork cows, b".tC'attle.
?t Kt. 2, Box 68 Staike, Ilu. Young1 Kannle, removed stock bulls or ho""",". lII'.t I ALL PURPOSE
Young, Wllllo Pearl removed In touch with J. I). Odoin. Jr..
-------,-,_.... Iti jinx 247 Starke, Box 204 Laki. that the slightest UTILITY BAGS 65c
City Telephone eel Lake C'lty.WAN'lii believe! even - - 49

118.4, detail is of utmost importance _

': > TO HUV-an-nal. wate e I
SCHOOL DAYS RAT TAIL FILES
; 't1 60c
j' tank Hoe K, 1+ Matthew at - - 49
Hi'u.l ford County T..I..graph.WANTED .
I, I
; 1 .' ;i JUST AROUND TilE Private family rooms are always available to those we FIRE KINGLUNCHEON

I t : Friends be received at any time as our !
serve. may SETS
1''f' - $5.90 $$3.6!
,.- CORNER GIRLS to work at the Milk adequate facilities eliminate the restriction of hours I f

.
', '';I"1 Bottle. Guaranteed mini- I BOWL COVER SETS 59c
': ,1 mum wage $25 week. If - 40

Y;' )i''J:( you are good you can make For service settings, families may choose the Formal i

.il 1, more. Sleeping quarters Chapel or the Informal Chapel . either, or both . ; WHISTLING
1 ;
t available. as these facilities are provided to meet every desire TEA KETTLES - - $1.89 $1.4!

Apply; and requirement. ;

Mr. Johnson A 35-PIECE

Milk Bottle CHINA SET !
c-o - - - $10.50 7.4

t 1 +' i I When you choose the services of the Thompson i

,' t AooIT/I-Two/ rook. Apply In Williams organization, may be j
pcrnon at AIM flare near <* mrMlunclInK you JUST THE THING FOR CAMPERS
lute, Klnggley Lake: : sure'of receiving the best . and at d price 1 2-Burner Campers Stove
Fla. 11foil $8.95 $6.9
you wish to pay. \
HAUK-c'olliiiixlbl* baby car. 1 t
rluif. prnctluallv new |10-MrV. ... .
\ If. Hart, Church St, Hi POT & PAN CLEANER 59c 39

: WANT small; -Frlvatn children family Write to b..ardtwo Box J"! Our services are directed only by fully licensed Funeral

r t A C, Bradford County TvleKruph. 11 f Directors . and in our preparation room, only fully BICYCLE BASKETS - $1.45 $1.1!

[''OH Hh;NT-Four room farm house j licensed embalmers operate. Those we serve may rest J
t 1.2 mile out on load 44-F.
..' VI it mo tip assured that no experimenting is done by apprentices.+ UnJ-'fws'Approval

111 We prefer to rely upon tried and proven methods rather I SPECIAL VALUE!

i than chance the results of experiment."AIRCONDITIONED $3.98

FARM : I

'i Ili 11 -

i CHAPEL" I Reg. $$1.69
? And it isn't a bit too soon to start getting the For Sale

' children's clothes in shape for those all important I '[T11tP- Triple Clearaarfl
Williams
i opening days. Check over their things today and 40 acres six miles out of Thompson I TYPE LIMITS SI-39

at ; Jet us attend to those that need attention. Starke near Road 28. Log Inc.FUNERAL FIRE ,
(
cabin and out buildings. EXTINGUISHERCad Three 2-In.lights monntrf

It $2,000 half cash and otheron DIRECTORS I on heavy gauge steel fnM
STARKE DRY CLEANERSand
terms Rt. 1 Box 77, ) Phone 433 Gainesville, Fla. i\ ( of bran. Quart tlM :Bed or amber Int. 1CJX

LAUNDRYPhone Starke, Fla. C. W. Batten. Furnished completely filled Iled.tka\ioDl.
Most Dependable Ambulance Service
\ I and with mouitinc trmckrt.

28 Starker Fla.I WAooITI'U-Thr" or four white women Equipped to nerve Bradford & surrounding counties at no
for laundry. Experience: not 1/./ additional I cost I
nee.*HHary, but will roniildei those ,, ,
having' experience flmt. Call bet jniimniiiinmiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiBiiimiiimiiiiiiiitiiiliiiii" / ''' ''' iiiiiiiiiiiiin'' !!!" iimimiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinm' '''' ''' ''' ''''""imnmnimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinimmMiii' /'' ''' '' ' """" SAVE! SAVE SAVEI IMPERIAL
teen houiM of 9 and 12.-l-Itark.
Dry Cleaners. It Reg. $2.98 SEAT COVERSOur
THEATRE
i fr'oit MAL.K:-New baby .bed andnnittlemi
t i f I -wholeMalo.. 110 K.: CallSt. \ TrackMirror ,
STARKEMidnight Itp ENAMEL WAREJust finest: 'OI"I'-I'I'pt'I
l"l"
lent fiber . .(lnml
bolt tlAL.I.II..lot1l.'y """Wu".y
Sat. Sun. Mon. i>ante by the l bed :M Khoden, leather panellUihplaii
Aug. 20 21 Ha I for d lload. lit. 2, l-v>x T3
t 11,11-4 tp $2.79truck

THE PATIENT is Pretty! COACH OR
I\I'Y WANTS\ ;/ l'ANItFNIKH-To; Arrived
HoiiHton or San Antonio Texas, truck SED.'iSlZ.95:
by ear. August 2rt. Man to help
THE DOCTOR is Handsome! drive MTH. Austin, 2211 N. Walt needs one! 18-in.

; J r THE STORY ISThrilling nut lip 'ANOTHERSHIPMENT arm, h.avIlyaaver.d Up
} )Full M.-Vl-i:-U-e brtx, 76 lb. capac- :
Ity, tf weeks old $40 """h. MTM.Aiiutln . mirror.
' I.'K N \\nlniit I to
i t COMING SOON oyt


t x Th*lotett Dr. GilUiple, FOR SALE r ""'T"Ma; Dl|

x .. CEUTiriCAT
with tfv llmei rti action
,1
lauflhi romaiK lOrlolnol
(
i v Power UnitOne Wash Basins, Combinettes, Dippers, Dish

i t Pans and several other items

100 II. P. 2 cyl. deisel FIIIFrf11rF:! :
,
fr f f f f* f f jjff f-fj j jjr f m m ._
engine complete with 75 r AUTO POLISH

KVA 3 phase 60 cycle 2300 ALL BATHING SUITS NOW ON SALE Pint
39c
volt alternator and exciter. AT HALF PRICE;. -

This engine is in excellent . .
!"1 PHI:>II: 01' \IITV
mechanical condition. Alternator r-mrf r-r-j rj rrfrf_ jj jj v .. r r r ... Thlttl Woven "gn.h' Cocd

needs little workon Six Cakes CLOTHES LINE TO
THISHECA1'1'1
Il t 1 t it. Inquire at City Hall,

r ( Starke Florida, or at the FINE TOILET SOAPAt 100 Ft. 1.29

City Light Plant.
-
t' rlrALL"! p- CL NSelfUtlugin
A
Special Price of 25c '
iOMT-I'.rown bill-fold and valuable '
9 p..per". Finder please keep. .. P %G
money, return papers and bill. .
fold to Star $tor.. 1 IpuS't'ltinek Ar l.mKfKHlnr

1 ion fej biq w,4F. anti tan hound female. Plenty of STEEL WOOL : 2911 With Grads A C..1b... !

Suitable leading reward to recovery for Information c. AgainAt Nok 1.89 6.00-16 7.0Onl7

:M, OrlfTlii. Highland. g-13 2tp

AIr 4k4GL NpG4RtflmAx0RE W' A;V/'rii>-Konni and board for :2- lI..a F.IISBI.F. lC'\TTF. the lIIest matcrtall> f
@ vear-.ld hoy. Apply Bradford aDd the bed workJD
f County Telea-raph. 1 tp ...... .. r" RUGS Were Now: Into F1reetone fxttagG
3.45
2.95
..US'r-Heavy beige! .tlk jacket
A SPECIAL LOT OF
HcallopeU front 4 him'k button.: BILL FOLDSON
Screen Play by Martin Berkeley Harry Rutlcin" DU.ct.d by WILDS CO101ECK Iteward See Louie. Peter,
1, j Blandlng Center after 4 p. m. ItptK SALE AT HALF( PRICE

Ott-p j jt& p Tues., Wed., Thurs. Aug. 22-23-24 ,,' Lawtey.$Lt-Hn.-r''t. :Walnwrlnht.3 ml. west 1 tp of Also Several Numbers of Shaving Kits J. P. Roberts Motors


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"Olt $ \Lo-al acres; IX acre In

4 "ADDRESS UNKNOWN"PAUL crop bearing now pecan on tree trees Also with several heavy. : 600 FLA-
k pear trees a few satsuma and TEMPLE AVE. STARKE.
other fruit tr....... I dwelling Koch Drug Store
LUCAS house, 1 barn and other out build j
K. T. STEVENS In**, all In Rood' corndltlon. Own. PLYMOUTH
.r. U J. 1'revatt, Kt. 2. Bon :n. DODGE ,&
t ei s afK". 11'11-1 tp '
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