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: September 8, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Open Until Sundown -

Council Lt. Williams Settlement Checks Totaling $4,000

Voters in the City Election next Tuesday, Sept. 12, will Pledges Has 84 MissionsTo BBS Enrollment Collected Here This Week \

1 least an hour and a half extra time to Ret to the
at of action taken by the City Council Tuesday His Credit From 25 DealersThe
because of
; the closing time from 6 p. m. to sundown Support Reaches 1061
I extending ... O. P. A. clamped down on Starke retailers with an
Lximately: 7:30 p. m. iron hand this week to extract an approximate total of $4,000
action was taken by the Council following presenof Park from dealers who in
his Project I As Term BeginsWith were not compliance with ceiling prices. (
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petition, signed by practically all city candidates, .. ... As amiable
a ,.,.. .. ._ C. W. Uaehr, Price Liaison Officer, put it, .;.
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extension of the closing time because "Manyr '. ,' II,
sting an I . (. "Requests were made for settlement checks made payable
[ citizens are employed at Camp Blanding and do not Mrs t* H. Jennings, chairman ,' ., \W{ .c 50 more students enrolled\ to the Treasurer of the United States and meetings, held to

ff from work until 5:30 p. m. This does not allow of the Womaa's Club park committee t. .:' this. year than last, bringing the take up matters which should lead to a better understanding -

i time to get to the polls and cast their vote," the announced yesterday that j- . total to n new high of 1,061, between dealers and the Office of Price Administration." ,,1I
work would begin Immediately on wi' Bradford County High School I
on stated "filling-\ in", draining '' its doors i I' But despite an attitude of acquiescent courtesy on the
lightingand ; opened Monday for the
[The polls will open at the usual time, 8 a. m. Only building sidewalk a r o und the : .. 19H-. term. The first day was j' part. of dealers and some pretty speeches made by Mr. Baehr, I:
,
L place in the City Election is located in the City Hall city park on Church Street. .j'' devoted to registering and other I\ - retailers cringed I as they )

forth Thompson St. The announcement was made " .. detail. with actual classes starting signed their cht'ckand! some

Voters will have the opportunity to express their choice following\ a meeting of the City ,. "'. &'':'"" ".' Tuesday. Board Closes organized meetings for fur-
and three members of the Council.has. Council '. Of ,. ".'.'" ther discussion
Bating a mayor City Tuesday night at which Moot outstanding addition to, of the matter
A. Darby, incumbent, now concluding his firstas councilmen pledged financial sup the school plant this fall Is the after O. P. A. officials left

:Mayor\ of Starke, is opposed by N. D. Wainwright, port for this much-needed project new agricultural! building, construction Rest Rooms town Wednesday.All .

Uo has served several terms as Mayor in the past.miree A committee of 20 local o f which started las in all, Starke was turned
members of the City Council will be elected from women with Mrs. L. A. Canova ." 01. spring and was continued during topsy-turvy by the O. P. A.
and Mrs. H. C. Retch Because of to obtain
inability
as spokesmen the summer by students under the
following field of candidates: Lt Francis Marion Williams this week as! almost every ;
appeared before the Council of adequate plumbing service and also
supervision an experienced car
iVan H. Carden, who received a disability discharge requesting the city's cooperation. I familiarly known to his'* many penter and V. R, Ferguson, teacher because o f excessive water type of business in town had

I the Seabees and is now employed by the Bradford After approval Chairman H. A.I Starke friends as "Buckshot". Is of vocational agriculture. bills\ the Board of County Commissioners its measure taken except the

|\ware Co. Bishop turned the matter over to shown here In the cock-pit of his Of the total number of students : In session' here Monday dry goods merchants who also.

IK. G. Duncan, incumbent member of the council, and member W. M. Edwards and the P-47 Thunderbolt flgh r.bomber, registered 614 are In the elementary decided to clone! the restrooms have an u n c omfortable feeling
I distributor for the Standard Oil Co. Council gave Mr. Edwards au which he has piloted on 84 combat grades 221 In Junior-High located on the courthouse that."the boys will be back", and

JL. :M. Gaines, young co-owner of the Temple. & Lakece thority to go ahead with what was: missions over enemy terri! and 226 In Senior High. grounds soon.O.
P. A. officials here
needed. tory. It was stated that unfortunately Tuosduy
Station. Wednesday morning a committee Son of Mr. and*Mrs. T. S. This year's faculty Is composed Home persons who make use of Wednesday, In addition to Mr. e
1 r;:, VV, Hayes, Bradford County Tax Assessor. composed of Mrs. L. A. Can- Williams' 6f Starke, Lt. Williams of the following teachers: the rest rooms show no ronxldeia* Barhr, were R, Kostka, district.

f. A. Knight, Bradford County Tax Collector. ova Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. Charles Is with the TwelfthAlr Force, Kli-iiipiitury tlon for the property and It In I price Unison officer: W. Muse
|Junius M. Smith, proprietor of the Starke Dry Clean- Torres and Mrs. Jennings met which Is now blastlny-jnemy! communications Mrs I.ola Roberts, Mr. Edna therefore Impossible to keep. the specialist on beer and wines; S.

: Laundry. at the Park with W. At Edward; motor transports and Prevail, Miss. Madge Mlddletun, plumbing In the proper state of Sheftul specialist on meats, fish.
and J. M. Edward of the Bradford gun positions in support of Al Mrs. \\'. M. Hooteti, Mrs' Lester repair. Fixtures are repeatedly and. foods. ; W A, McArthur, upeclallst -

Engineering Co., and plans \lied ground troops In the Mediterranean Barr Mrs. Ada Ward, Mrs. Arthur broken and parts are even removed on consumer durables good- band

[ Priest On Historic Mission were made for starting work Immediately theatre. McRae. Mrs. Ethel Hlggs; and. cnrrled away. It was P. Weeks, specialist on groce-
on filling-In, draining, Close support for the ground Mrs. Sue McQuiston, Mrs Edna sal!. ries.
lighting and building sidewalks. forces In Southern France on Hart, Mrs. Lily Bridges, Mrs. The commissioners During their brief I slay In
a far cry from a routine but most outstanding of his ex- !Ethel: Sewell. Mrs. Lucille BrownMrs decided upon
Estimates are being obtained on D-Dny required "turnabout" fly Starke, a 100 percent check was
like Index: clerk the ploits in the cloning the rest rooms as a last
at was participation
job tennis courts, outdoor fireplaces, log In which the pilots fly mission Kate Sheppard Mrs. Willie resort. Impossible, :Mr.! Baehr declared
'
| Prison Farm near here to recent "three-way shuttle mission"to benches, tables a band stand, a after mission, returning to thell'bap Ma Denton, Mrs. M, W. Crossler, but about 25 dealers, a cross section -
tall gunner on a flying Russia, to Italy and back to log cabin and play ground equip ["s, but Charles M. Priest, England.He; ment. As soon as the approximate : bomb and ammunition. Mechanics .-Sr. High 24 EnrolledIn ho said.
r-old son of Mrs. Myrtle was not allowed to write to Mrs, Verna Demorest, Mrs. Eva ; Raehr
cost is determined a drive had to work at top speed Nursery School] Continuing, pointed out
t of Starke made it. the home folks many details of and Anderson Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins '
for funds will be started.It keep the planes serviceable "Dealers have been requested togo t
fact he made It 00! well that this history-making trip but did Mrs J. O. Smith Mrs. Thel-! The back to
Is the present plan to have In the air armorers hurriedly refilled newly organized Church ceiling prices on any
lai recently .. : say that the stop-over In Italy the park deeded to the city. ammunition slots and cleaned ma Cooper James Hobbs', Mrs, Nursery School opened In the rear item. above ceiling and beer dealers
bled from was like a vacation. He des- gun 'barrels which had little Blanchard Law Car son Geiger of the Episcopal Rectory Tuesday were asked to return to

j.,rank of cribed the climate as "wonderful"and R. H. Dodd time to cool.Fighters !Mrs. Grace Osborne. Special morning with an enrollment of charges of 15 cents per bottle on
seigeantfeft acquired a good tan swim- Sgt. roared. from, their bases teachers: J. D. Kuykendall, English 24 children. Mrs Seymore Bur non-premium beers and 20 cents. t

sergeants ming In the.Adriatic Sea. Presumed DeadMrs !In nights of eight, 12 anato. and Bible; V. R, Ferguson delta and Mrs.\ Mary Plank, both on premium beers such a" Schllta
proud toIn The tall gunner's spot is consIdered to bomb and strafe communications agriculture( ; Mrs. Rosa Cook, home with previous training In childcare and Budweiser."
efficient ..: !.II perhaps the moat dan- Wm. Norris has received behind the enemy lines economics, !Mrs' Wm Proctor, are instructors In charge of In fact It was the bear mer-
i the wheel gerous position on the Flying word from the Adjutant General) Others circled over Allied lines music; A W. Bates, band and the school. chants who seemed to take the
leteran For- ; Fortress and on July 10 Sgt. that her son. Staff Sergeant Rob awaiting calls from ground Commanders commercial law. The school Is operating at present hardest rap for as they attempted
|Group that Priest was awarded the Air Medal ert Thomas Dodd reported missing that would send them to from 9 a. m. to 2:30: p. m. on to explain, many of the few ?

I recently el- l1action .. with this citation: in action since August 8,, dive-bomb and strafe enemy ar Mack Futch Chosen Monday through Friday but plans premium beers listed by O. P. A.
)' the Pres- "For exceptionally meritorious 1943, must now be presumed dead tillery, mortar and machine gun are now under. way to accommo- are not available In this territoryand
Ifor gallani achievement while participatingin I as of August 9, 1944. positions, or to blast a path Leader At U. of F. date children of working mothersfor exorbitant wholesale priceson

i ov- heavy bombardment missionsover Sgt. Dodd was radio operatoron through minefields or heavily for a longer period each day and the non-premium beers available
Mack Futch, of Mr. and
zl l Europe enemy occupied Continental a B-2t Liberator engaged on tified towns son on all six work-days of the week, make It Impossible to sell
I Mrs. C. A. Futch of Starke Is
baa seen combat In EighthAir Europe. The courage coolness an anti-submarine mission off the Lt. Williams In the past received providing thin service Is requested. of the taverns and bars along Call
and skill displayed by this enlistedman coast! of Spain when reported mis- training at several military among the 19 young men chosen Plans/ are also being made for the them at 15 cent celling price. a
Forces major attacks upon these occasions reflects sing. No trace of the plane or I prep schools and colleges and from the outstanding members of enlargement of facilities no that With this In mind a majority ;

gets ranging from Industrial great credit upon himself and any member of the crew has been I this doubtless'! has given him a the University of Florida's Sum- I more children can be accommo- of the taverns and bars along Call
Session freshman clans to act
[tives at Berlin. to military the Armed Forces of the United found. good background for the hazardous mer dated. street closed after the ultimatum
Nations: I ." He volunteered his services and as group leaders during freshman was pronounced by O. I'. A. late
on the French coast, Statesmtely missions on which he Is now All equipment from the Nursery
was accepted In the Army Air I engaged I week at the University Sept School previously operated there Wednesday afternoon and dealers l
14 to 16.Selected. '
in March 1941 He receivedhis were holding a confab at press
Corps for army personnel has been made
Oaks At Lawtey Will Be training In Orlando Westover I Advocate on their record. as available for present, use so that time Thursday.
Judge
students' and their demonstrated r
Field Va.. ) the of the
Field. Mass., Langley the school Is well equipped for Concerning purpose
mortal To Mrs. Mary Toddty and Mitchell Field L. I, He was I From BlandingIs qualities of leadership and ability, recreation activity and rest O. P. A., Mr. Baehr said "The I ?
the will ChairmanJ
educated In the schools of Marlon group assist Children are to be divided Into organization moans !In friendly

) years ago Mary E Todd fare edu cat Ion a I and church County and was a graduate of Rotary SpeakerMajor Ed. Price and the freshman two groups, one for "nursery" age manner, to keep all dealers In-
week with
committee the
icago to make a new home work in Lawtey as long as she remained Jacksonville Business! College and WIllHm P. Jent, Camp program children and the other for those formed on price regulations and
frlda with her physician hus- in the community.. She the College of Radio Operators' at Blandlng Judge Advocate, was designed l to acquaint the freshmen of kindergarten age also on any other problem pertaining fi
with college life and orient
Dr. E. A. Todd. It was a left there 25 years ago and made HolHdaysburg Pa. He receivedhis I guest speaker at the Rotary Club I them In relation to their Mrs. I* A. Canova well-known to their parlcular busi
d when many substantial her home since at 4342 St. John's wings on March 1, 1943. Wednesday and did much to clear programand music Instructor has volunteeredtwo ness.
ern families\ were settling In I Avenue, Jacksonville. Sgt. Dodd was born near Lee -. up any misunderstanding on the I activities. I hours of music Instruction Continuing to pour oil.on troubled

Iey. attracted by the rich Funeral services were held Tues- burg, Va., and came to Florida.. part of civilians as to the alleged I each week and Mrs. Joy Powell,, waters he declared, "Much
I land that would produce un- day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the when a very small child. He left practice of military 'whitewashing" Army Nurse Week local dancing Instructor will teach compliment Is due the local boardfor

'!led. strawberries and vege- chapel of the Elliott Funeral home the United States June 1, 193 of soldiers who run Observed At Camp dancing class one hour per week. the fine manner conducted.In which It would theiroffices
crops. with the Rev. A Fred Turner, and was stationed somewhere In afoul of civil law enforcement officer This N Included. In the regular are rdr
be well\ for the public to remember
7 Todd district superintendent of the England until reported missing. *. Starke Red, Cross has named Nursery School fee of $13.00 por
was an Industrious, survived too, that panel members areserving
he is I
Besides his mother such are month.
Methodist Churches In this area Denying that cases at Its committee to arrange "
minded he said.
woman and today officiating. Burial was In the by three sisters and two broth "whitewashed", Major Jent explained : transportation for women of the Mid-morning lunch la to be with no pay

magnificent old oaks, lining family plot In Evergreen Cemetery ers. the reasons for the Army community who will visit Camp served each day at 10 o'clock, In I
treets in the heart of Law- A proud possession of :Mrs. policy of seeking immediate custody : Blanding'a Regional Station Hos- addition to a vlt.iml/.ed luncheon
'e a tribute to her love of I Pall bearers were Grey Turner Norris' Is a "Citation of Honor"sgned of soldiers who violate civilian II pital at an Army Nurse Week at noon and refreshment following I BECAUSEof

y. For Mary Todd died at I: Dan Turner, Lt. John L. Brlggs. : by General H. H. Arnold.. laws. He pointed out that I "open house" Thursday Mrs. Virginia an afternoon nap.
pome in Jacksonville Sunday Ralph Barbour, L. H. Hill and W. commanding general of the Army an Army man violating civilian Smith, chief of volunteer Mrs Junlus Smith Is acting as ,
t at t the ripe age of 95, but L. Edwards.Mrs. Air Forces, and dedicated to Sgt. laws may be kept o n military services, ; Mrs. Glen Duke, cochairman Chairman of the project Mrs.

'aka she planted sixty years Todd is survived by two Robert H. Dodd "who gave his" training duty In many cases even I of volunteer services; I Glen Duke as Secretary and Mrs. STEADILYRISING
|remaIn as silently eloquent nephews Harold Farrington of life In the performance of duty. while being punched by extra and Mrs. Evelyn Retch head of ; Grover Alison ai. Treasurer. The
menu to her memory. I New York and Emery Todd of The citation states: "He livedto duty, pay deductions o r other i the Starke Women's Club. I advisory committee IH composed
h. Todd bear hla country's arnw. He measures In this way the Army The Open House Is In celebration of Rev. Grover Alison Rev. Fred t
was a leader In wel- Chicago.
died to save its honor. He was salvaged something' of the man's of Army Nurse Week September Yerkes. Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. PRODUCTIONCOSTS

a soldier and he knew a soldier's time and military court action relieves 3-9, during which the Charles. Torres and Mrs. II. C. .
{ration Books Patrolman Moved duty. His sacrifice will help to civilian communities of ex- Army will honor the officers of Brown.

In keep aglow the naming torch pense of civilian court trials In the Army Nurse Corps, who have Any of these persons may be
Precincts Patrolman R. C. Poindexter of that lights our lives . that millions !- areas. wth a large transient mili- already won 97 decorations for contacted for further' information The

:
>l Election been transferred from this ter- priceless Job of liberty. And we ed. partment has declared the Nurse school.
Nov. 7, are now and revere TELEGRAPHFINDS
1 1 embracing Lake City who pay him homage Week celebration an part of its
to one
taken on Thursdays and 1 story his memory in solemn! pride re- Methodist drive to get 10,000 more registered Robt. Green Buys
:days l!> of each week between I r'where he operated before coming dedicate ourselves to a complete I nurses to accept Army commissions I

.ours of 9 a. m. and 12 noon, to Starke. fulfillment of the task: for whichhe "Putting First Things First" and to enroll other womenIn New Method Cleaners IT NECESSARYTO
from Poindexter has been replacedhere so gallantly has placed his life will be the topic of the Rev. W. the U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps to
2 m. to 7 it fLake I The New Method Cleaners !located
m., Hall
p-i p Patrolman John of man's freedom at the
I altar
by upon the J. Churchwell's sermon fill vacancies In civilian nursing INCREASE ITS
announced at 313 Temple avenue opened
this week' by J. City. Both appointmentsare Sunday morning service of the fields.

rely Supervisor of Reglstra- temporary, officials said. Killed In ActionWord Methodist Church this week. The I of Robert Monday G.under Green the who management purchased SUCSCRIPTIONRATES

In Bradford Ceunty, by the choir ha. arranged a special Red Cross Board the; plant from E. O. Kdwards.
clog Persons in the various ChristianA has bn received hereof : musical. program and Mrs. Church- Green, who spent over two
1l1cta throughout the county. heardat the death. of Pvt. John Ballardo well will stag Open the Gatesto To Meet TuesdayThe yearn In the Army was. wounded AS FOLLOWS

1, guest speaker will be a former Camp Blandlng the Temple". while making a beachhead at Rem.lova -
of the Executive
Jla"
Lawtey. F. R. Care serviceat the regular meeting
will In
; Precinct the regular 11 o'clock trainee, and brother of Miss Ann The audience join Bradford el In the Pacific theatre and EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1
Board of the
2
North Starke, ChurchSunday. at the
Chrlstlaa who has of familiar hymns
First of Chicago singing
Verlle the Bailardo States after
Bar"< ale: Precinct president ! at which time County Chapter of the American was returned to the
Lappe sincerer meeting
Starke
Mrs. Harry resident of evening .
alb been a medical He
; Starke. Red Cross will be held' at the receivIng a discharge.
: c. A. Drlggers; Missionary Society an- brother left here several the pastor will speak on the sub
the
nct *, Graham .. of Red Cross office In the Armory was oversea a year.
: C. B. RobPrecinct Christ All U aFailure"
"Without
:3. Hampton B. Y. nounced Wednesday. months ago. ject. i building o n Tuesday morning, Before he was Inducted Into the 1 Year _ _. __2.00
begin at 10 Ballardo was spending a : .
: PreCinct Sunday School will :Miss from 10 11 o'clock army, Green operated a dry cleanIng -
.
'Sept 12, to
Theressa Mrs. will be
,
tMchertoni, a. :m., and the evening service at few days vacation with her parents Other group meetings lit was announced this. week by plant at 228 North Walnut 6 Months _. ._ __1.10
; Precinct 7, New Fellowship gathering
learned Youth
a'd' In Chicago when she the
'i,M.. r J.. Jlthna; Precinct 8, 8 p. m., Mrs. Lappe Indian" will be that her brother was killed In action for all young people at 6:30 o'clock I Judge E. K. Perryman, chairman street.plans to In offer his a new complete location cleanIng he- 3 Months ._ _ .. _..65reation I
American
B- of the organization.
Colson and also "The at the some where in the European In the early evening Sundayand i
e on
dtscusslon ser vice with emphasis
supervisor's office at .then the subject for theatre. Both were well Prayer Meeting to be held at I Committee chairmen and officers I
thoUMe t meeting to be heldJitthe war are requested to be present. peed and thoroughness.
and Monday. Wednes- Missionary at 8 known: here. ..8 p. :m.. on Wednesday I
Friday i Monday
of each week. l church on.




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rl THE BRADFORD COUNTY THEATRES Telegraph has I ecelrej
following .letter
i tram,
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Bennett Sit
1 Established 1877 --------- who :
is
fi now
: E, L. Matthews _________ Editor and Owner In the t
? F' nn wj >- pean theatre ;
:: > @'iJ(,1 a1" @ :' 'Q I Nora; i iF hn Minstrel Man'Brings "This Is a of nice war

,r I Pllblha.u Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second Class Matter .' \" .: ." '" would settle COUllt", lit
:, for
the Pout Office at Starke. Florida. @ ''ii't\ 't.;
at old
i
4 1 II / !; ." anytime I SUrely T 8u
: ; '. Shows Florida Songs a lot and all l/Uq h
_. < at
., )JjI !\ 1 _ frIendly
when 4 Tell all
You Owe It To A IT IS A good sign by J.L.HARRELL the-hoyS that
several candidates know what hey d dy
there -
\ ;: Your Town To Vote are for offices to be Seems that during this durationIts I of getting through so a*. togo This WeekendDipping Dances to ParkAll see this place.home We II tyY" t*

In City Election filled in a city election. hard to keep on a balancedkeel to town Saturday afternoon holes and sleep With' sleep "Ia p I
1!' of so to speak If you have -if not Saturday morn- on to keep oUr tie.
warm
I d It is entirely possible, There
' I plenty, of blue ration stamps on Ing. into the rich theatrical the fascination of the old types of planes *'
( selfish
i be prompted by mo- overhead
that might
a man
,\ 44 course, hand the red ones are sure to We counted up the rows of background at the turn of the time minstrel show will live againon but there Is no danger all '
tives in wishing to the governing body of his
{ serve on give out, or If your kerosene can corn stalks already cut, dividedby century, "Shine on Harvest Moon", the screen of the Park Thea- 11 o'clock at night.-t5 unto
i; ): ''I Nei municipality, but such cases-fortunately-are rare, Is full, the chances are ten to starring Ann Sheridan and Den- tre for three days starting Sun- the ground. ,

;( ? and usually city candidates are activated by a sincere one your gas tank's empty. the number of hours we had nis Morgan, will open at the Flor: day when "Minstrel Man", star- "I wish

,,1""'', : Y. desire to offer their abilities for the common welfare Then too every time the worked, then counted the rows ida Theatre Saturday at mid- ring Benny Fields and Gladys folks to write you to would tell all

/ ,( II+ of the community WPH get one net of dlaU.- yet to be cut and, after a little night and continue through Sun- George will be shown. time. It makes me It !her h

y We believe that such are the wholesome motives of fled. wage earner 8trRIJthten- first grade arithmetic, arrived at day and Monday. I I Sharing honors with the two hear from your you feel tons
;; . candidates
qd1 the six men who have offered themselves as Portraying the life of Nora top stars is a strong supporting
( ,t 4 for the three places to be filled in the City Election another place It'* a pity about half done with our task by Bayes, who started her singing cast including such favorites as The -Staulty
,
that Undo Sammie black dark. Anyway Telegraph
''i"\1,11\; ; next Tuesday. They realize that Starke is no longer can'thave Saturday night career in a honky-tonk and rose Alan Dinehart, Roscoe Kama and to U nOt Pen)
\Vl : a session. out behind the I we figured that we were publish add, ease,
know that from to stardom In the Zlegfeld Follies Lee (Lassies) Whit ot
r "one horse" town. They revenues I I tloned '
rt : r a smokehouse with NORM of going to get a first class whip- overseas but
we
""r I, r : .+'" t 4'' ; tax collections, occupational licenses and receipts from three' union labor leaders like ping anyway, so we knocked off "Harvest Moon" Is rampant Although the old-fashioned min- i Bennett's address on file .I1!

r;hl i ; the municipally-owned light and water plant have skyrocketed my Dad used to have with me. right then and went back to tak- with the rowdiness, music and I strel shows are almost a thing I! be glad to give It to

*': in the past three or four years until the administration If they 'got the Name treatment ing Christmas, and New Years color that spelled burlesque. life of the past they still occupy a I I calls. anYone

f.fit 1 i: I I i '' of Starke's business affairs now calls for I got there'd never be It's. no use to go; Into the In the early 1900s.As I.I warm spot In the hearts of millions

y '} of ability and integrity. These men, another labor Mtrlkr-at least sordid (detail.. of what took Nora Bayes, Ann Sheridan's who still consider them a ,
rt'!(: ''a high degree real singing ability and charm favorite form of entertainment. Is
' f their fields conscientiously be- not during the durntion.I place behind the barn next 1 showing the latest !
:,: j' being successful in own remember time lends edibility to the role. Dennis : On the same program the Park ''ThIs Is America' slut
.. ; one during mv Monday morning, but It." an
4f a"I" 4-
" .. . ,.".. .** Starke during the
Ileye that they can **e'- *- * middle teens heni-Ie ;'; ; mtabllxhed fact that neither Morgan plays her actor husband -

r sf !r'' t re-adjustment of the post-war era. They are offering / which side my bread d'I-'I'ICure Jesse or I needed a dime of and the excellent cast Includes -
services without great amount of "cam- Irene Manning, Jack Carson -
their any
butteied on, or It may have beenon physic salts. or anything else
: ?M' paigning" and are willing to leave the matter in the which side of my pants I sit In that line for several dayx. and Marie Wilson.
.
t1 hands of the voters, win, lose, or draw. while eating. Anyway: All of which reminds me of a Twenty-four songs, 18 of them 1

9-b', 'w's. In view of this spirit on the part of the candidates, During the first week of Jan- recent conversation I had witha "oldies", guaranteed to produce

it would be poor sportsmanship, indeed, if voters did uary Dad( left home to be away returned vetersn of the North nostalgia, and six original num-

I"EW I not carry out their part of the bargain and failed to several days. Before leaving he I Africa campaign. He said: "We bers comprise the score. Featured -

M turn out at the polls so that a representative vote staked off a task for my oldest I had 25 or 30 hospital tents erect- of course, Is the ever-pop STARKE
'i ; citizen who will brother and I to do while he was ed In a horseshoe formation and ular title tune, "Shine on Harvest
could be recorded. Its a mighty sorry I
4 gone, assuring us that we could jammed with captured Nazi soldiers Moon"
find fault with those in office and yet not take the easily do It In four days and low and although -
Drugs were There are alleged musical ex- Sun. Mon. Tues. Sept. 10 11
the 12
select the men who might remedy ,
trouble to help have the other two days to finish we had barrels of pare-
a perts who claim that Nora Bayes -
;; very things he finds fault with taking Christmas, New Year's goric, WA" were clean out of physic 'T "'
Don't fail to go to the polls on Tuesday, September Day, etc. salts, or anything in the drug could sing only eight notes and : IT'S '"MR. BIG SHOW" HJMSELF! :.'.:,

i' 12, and take part in this important City Election I Early Monday\ morning line that would take Its place. that all of her songs had to be ,. .

Jesse and! I looked over the The general ordered an airplaneto transposed to come within that YOU'LL'WITH BIMI! V rYOU'LL4
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{ . . . . I . S.. furlough, Corp. Lonnie Dobbs has job and decided we could scoot for the. base-hospital limit. Although there have_ been .,.. , "'" 4

reported to his new post, Camp easily do It In three day"In"t..acl bring back a load. It returned many more accomplished singersIn i. WITH HIM! ,,
State Farm Buckner, North Carolina Corp of four, soe went with 10 or 12 sugar barrels full American entertainment his

Dobbs la the son of Mr. and Mis. hunting on Monday, to a big of physic salts, but got there too tory, there are few who could YOU'LL fMt4 WITH HIM !

l1y Mm. Bryan \\'WtfleldM Arch Ilobbt. all-day picnic Tuesday, danced late. Not that anyone died, or "put a song over" with more _ A' ,.

., . . . . . . all Tuesday night: slept the I anything likes that, but becausea telling effect than the famous ;# ( .
' Lt. J. C. Wallace wrote from ,
.
'- .o1' i greater part of \\\\eilnexdiiv, I retarded bomb shell had exploded Nora. .-
f COl'KSK; KNIJS France to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .
TRAINING and utmted out to work C'ltrlyThl.ellly right in the middle of '
Masters' Training ]Kite that the weather there is '
The Scout
I morning. About horseshoe circle. After that we
Course ended its six weeks' session comparable to that of Florida with I of last week. ,
ten o'clcxk we took time off had plenty of epsom salts, but
,+, with a fish fry at the Community its sunshine and breezes and that to Willie Strickland, who has been l0f
; figure<< out the pimslblllly no paregoric at all1"Graham!
Building Wednesday night, the French. people are pitifully\ stationed in England for sometime k -

August 23rd. After supper Mrs. grateful to the Allied Army, be- has recently been promotedto tDS ct fGE1'Yh

a I Robert Chapman, who Is an ac- ing anxious to share the little that will miss them but wish them . . . . . . the rank of Staff Sergeant. r 0

, complished pianist, played many they have most generously. Lt. luck. Revival Services will begin at .
i
d numbers and group singing was Wallace also said that he has had Mrs P. D. Fancher Jr., of the Baptist Church on Monday
? Jack / :/
led by L. F. Chapman. Mr. Chapman enough camping to last him a night, September 11. Everyone hrhtUt
'e and C. II. Nasworthy, Chair- life time. sonville spent the Labor Day By Mrs. T. L. Casey la cordially Invited. ,/[ t p,

+ an of the Course, made Interestg Mr. and Mrs. M C. Roberts : week-end with Mr. and Mrs P. D. . . . . . . .

talks on Scouting, each atress- were In Gainesville recently be- Fancher. e'f ROSCOE
10 CHECK I A
r f g Its value in the development cause of the Illness\ of Mrs. Rob- Mrs and Mrs. Martin Grlner Revival Services were held at k R DIN ilART

i I good citizens. Those present 'erts' mother, Mrs. G. W Hunter and Capt. Martin Griner, Jr., had the Graham Christian Church \ -,. IN 7DArsrehe t KARNS .
:' were Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Naet I of that city Mrs. Roberts last week and will be continuedover L ; '

worthy of Starke Mr. and Mrs. lends regret that her mother's as their guests last week-end Mrs.Grlner's several days In this week ""- f Judi Clark Jerome Cowan Molly
L. F. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. J. condition was sufficiently seriousto brother and sister-in-law, 666

p. Warren Mr and Mrs. W. N. make an operation necessary. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Relnau of I The pastor, Mr. Burton, was as- John Raitt. Lee('(asses)White
I North, Mr and Mrs. C. J. Johns, Mr. and Mrs J. F. Eastham sisted by Mr. Dodd who preachesIn Liquid for Malarial Symptom. euo '
and her
Apopka niece Miss IIn'I''
Faye "diu' I rlO..us I, JlU.. I. U.S, 'it'itLamont.
Mr !
4 r Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Eastham have moved to Reddlck.. Mr. Relnau of Orlando. Theressa. Baptism was held II
I Mrs. Whltfleld, Mrs. Eastham will\ be principal of the AaUUnlnoRUtrRru,
l' and Brynn Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and at Hampton Lake Sunday evening t r
Robert
Chapman, Mrs. school .there. It was with regret
Fielding son, Leslie, visited relatives in Mr. and :Mrs. T. L. Casey and "
Chapman of Orlando Mrs. L. A. that friends here saw them leave STROUT .1I:LL, AFAL " .... ..
Jacksonville last week-end. Caro- family have had as guests for fc.STA.TMGrratrat ", "
Will- i
and Miss Mildred our community = ,,,
; Shepherd lyn Bradley returned home with several days, their niece and nephew advrMUer. of conn I __,, .
f'l l ,( lams. :t Earl B Johnson of DeLand was her family Sunday after a week Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark and /2.OOO: .try.1..property. of lIome.F.rm.llaa made over_ (//l' -,' DrIN1Sa7Dr" MARTMMODNIr.SdIArMONDLSCNRDCN I I''

BIKTII ANNOUNCES the guest of Mr. and Mrs L. F. with Jacksonville relatives1Mr. daughter, Jackie, of Key West and Avreave., Bayer from all over the L,<.: ..:.. -. Sunnplil If .IHWm flAHKUN Ml PIERRE CENDRON

j Pvt. and Mrs. David Skolnik Chapman last Friday and Satur- and Mrs, B. Hershfleld have Ft. Myers. Mr. Clark has accepted World.E. Free open liatlav. ,
day. Mrs. Robert Chapman and A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
birth of a daughter had mall a postltion at Camp Bland-
1( announce the during the past week
; her brothers Dave and Dan Smith, Also Latest Release
r :. in the Farm Hospital on Saturday from their son, Corp. Sidney Ing and they are looking for a Represented
who are twins, returned to their
nice spot to park their trailer.
September 3. Hershfleld, from "somewhere in
home In Orlando. on Tuesday after Mr. and Mrs. Clark \. Locally by I
and
1 b France. Mrs. David Skolnik Mrs AMERICA"Have
"THIS IS
1 Y F. C.
+ sr Thursday night August 24, Boy a week's visit with Mr. and (Ruth Hershfield) has learned T. I.. Casey were in Jacksonvilleon lid HOLLINGSWORTH S. Wulnut St.

;' Scout Court of Honor was held Mrs. Chapman. that Pvt. David Skolnik Is In business Thursday and Friday
HI,' at the Community Building with J. R. Hembree arrived Saturday England.

R ';i L. F. Chapman presiding.Mrs. night from his home In Ravenel,
Mr. and Mrs Haynes Grant and
J. W. Willard and daughter : S. C., and, visited his son and
4' two sons and Mrs. Annie R. Nor
Patricia of Auburndale came daughter-In-law Dr and Mrs.J. .

,'K. ,C y k recently" to visit Mr. .and M. Hembree for several days. man Jacksonville and daughter were Sunday Katherine after.of a Coca-Cola = Let's go places

?y Mrs. P. S. Crews for a week. Farm children who attend the
noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
i Miss Roberta Whltfleld Is with Starke school began their year's
M. Rlcharde and Mrs. A M
E t r'b i' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan work Monday morning. Beginnersthis I Richarde.

} Whitfield for three weeks between year are Jane Richardo and -.'.
'Jt: 11 sessions of F. S. C. W., dna( Ciews The Farm's one Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ---t. :

Tallahassee\ "dignified"' senior is Miss Lora Dave Thomton for Mr. Thornton's ,
' Crews birthday were Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Cecil McRae of McIntosh
1. L. Thornton and
three daughters -
' rJ of her Mr. Mis. Wesley Woodward returned
has been guest parents of Archer, Mrs. S. B. Carroll b
th and Mrs. J. A, Bouvler. Friday from a two weeks' stayat
and two children
Mrs. Cecil Bran-
't : Crescent Beach where she r- /
>' Nk Arriving recently from her home
nen and Mrs J. C. Kitchens and f
j a, D't !In Ravenna, Ohio, Mis. Roy Land : shared a cottage with her sister, two Bonn, all of Lake Butler.Mr. .
1. spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Bard Cale of Palatka,
1i Mrs. E. G. Land before continuing Pfc. J. W, Hitch, radio Instructtor and Mrs. R. Y. Newtonand ,_
J aRr
has son, C. 11.[., and daughter t w ,
f j her" trip to Tampa where reported to his new post e/ r
b the will be with Miss Myra Land after spending a two weeks' fur Mrs Frank Bryan and her little / -
{fir kvl ll
t ? For an indefinite stay. lough with Mrs Rltch. son, Bill, of Ft. Lauderdale came /

Friends sympathize with J. H. Mrs. C. H. Cope came home on Sunday and spent several days \ y I ,

1 Hundley, who was notified recently Sunday after having vlslsted her with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney. i t 4

f J of the death of his father, mother, Mrs. Ada Hubert In Jack- Miss Margaret Stringfellow was :
j L. G Hundley of Draper, N. C. sonville for two weeks Gene the guest of her aunt. Mm. J. E. kt--'E

r 1. j Mr. Hundley Sr.was quite elderly I Cope, who has been welding at Wilson, at her Kingsley Lake

,." ;"'. and had been in 111 health for St. Johns' Shipyard during his home last week-end. f : ,
i
,' some time but was able to enjoy summer vacation, returned with
l a visit that his son made him hU mother. MISSES THE FISHING )

i early this summer Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts Pfc. Clarence Harper writes the -

''F 9 ,I I Little Randy Hardee was seriously and son Lynwood, have moved following Interesting letter from -

t burned and was carried to into the home recently vacatedby Oahu Hawaii: ;c -5

A: + Lake City hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Easthamand "I have been receiving the Telegraph ,

k .t His mother, Mrs Randolph Har- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dug and really enjoy It all. Saw

t N dee, and his grandmother, Mrs. ger and children are now living where my brother I* H., was \ \

A Roy Roberts assisted with in the Claude Johns home home on a nice furlough and -;
+
E' 't the care of the little patient. Following visits with relativesin surely envy him. I have been .
) .
r After spending a week with her Seneca, S. C.. and in Knox- overseas two yean and hope to ,,, -

t parents Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs, vllle, Tenn., Mrs. John Turney and get a furlough in the near future eS

t' Mrs. Woodrow Holllngswortli. little daughter, Mary Carol. arrived r

I i with her two sons, Woodrow( Jr., I Tuesday to be with Mr. and "Surely would like to be on

+r i ; and Warren Wlllllara. have returned Mrs. C. M. Turney for an IndefInite Sampson Lake right now with a
the
refreshment
L
t. .. i' to her home In Palatka. stay.In nice buqch) of minnows and pull . .4or joins family picnic
i + Violet Dobbti of Miami who has celebration of Mr. Young's out some nice perch:'

' been with Mr and Mrs. Dobbs birthday Mr. and Mrs M. D. Aloha. Whether its a |jaunt in the country or a gathering in a garden
"l for a week too went to Palatka Young were hosts at a family Pfc. Clarence guests are
Ali with Mrs. Hollingsworth for a dinner Wednesday night, August HarperhIOJIE sure to cluster 'round the spot where ice-cold Coca-Cola is served. flaw a i

;5 E visit 30. Guests were Mr. and Mrs ON FCRLOUGGH "'Co"." means the party is beginning on a note of
t", Complimenting their son Claude J. T. Flllyaw and son Jlmmle. Mr. good fellowship. And how ,
;,: on hla 14th birthday Mr. and and Mrs W, C. Townsend and Sgt L. C. Smith who Is stationed good Coca-Cola tastes with the simplest food! With a supply of Coca-Cola

+ 14 14i' Mrs. C. J. Johns were hosts at son, W. C., Jr., and :Mr.!' and Mrs. at an air base near Lake in the home refrigerator friends
t 4 7, { a family dinner Aug. 27 Guests Ira Young and son. Charles, all Charles, La., has been enjoyinga your: and neighbors are always sure of II,.

P" were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift of Lake Butler, and Arvill Fill- 13-day: furlough with his mother pant that rtjrtsbts. It's a symbol of welcome at home and

and two children of Monlac, Ga., yaw of Starke. Mrs. L. C. Smith of Waldo. overseas lea natural for popuhta'

Mr and Mrs. Clyde Johns of Taylor Mr. and Mrs C. J. Johns and formerly of Graham Mrs. Smith IOTUIO UNOII AUTHORITY 0* THi COCA-COl COMPANY regatrt friendlq spg.-

;, + I and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence sons, Claude Jr., and Kenneth, recently returned from Mansfield, STARKE COCA-COLA Ljir. That's will you"bear
Dugger and three children. moved to State Farm No. 2 at Ohio, where she spent the past BOTTLING CO Iaerw"CDkc'
li t s
'h, t Having completed his 24-day Belle Glade, Saturday Friends three months visiting relatives.

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'".'I'YF.\IUER: g.,,_1944 BR.\UFORD ('OrSTT"LEGn\I'Ii. ST\RliE. n.oRnu..
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, . . . I transferred from Italy to South- : Hope Sunday and Is spending this I II r I"\GE TIIKEK I

ern France. He and W. M. are week here with friends and relatives Service Parade for this I only hope that when ferred up here last wi-ck and will
River both now in France. I we get! to the border that our be here for 10 or IS days
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Drew Reddish .......... red..1..1. .r ..ro I.. men ere .... force .11'" not stopped. The Germans before I 10nltf'I'I I
School I : Lynn and of Heilbronn was .. .Led to 1o.lnle ItemN rN get my hlp. After that :
.
Ba. the. . . . ,, children of Alachua were visiting visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. VV. An- ere pl.n......,,.1o f,.1'Ar writ'I'rllrrfPA.1'.... "l>lr"r.rh Pnhllrntlon|,llln. .r. ih'l,..r..tl'rllr.... men .end semen need a lesson for what they j I'll! go to New Orleans and from '
friends and relatives Sunday drews Sunday.: have done to the French and other there I don't know.

lurWsjevv' 'If'' ? were held Sun- :' P.M. Marjorie Moody enjoyed last I KKCEIVKS: : PROMOTION: n..'('m UY.S MIlKltAriOX people" Our crew Is quartered out at
at the Baptist Mr. and Mrs weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold \,: Paul Prescott of U. \
m, n{' Joe Moody and !! the SArmy Chaplain/ Percy Hall who mademany Carnegie Institute of Technology 1'
n,' pastor Rev. Trubyh children were visiting relatives in Shiver In Lake Butler. ,|i Medical Corps halO been friends I \UM\CISTS :MVTK
b 0\ in Starke during his! and we do have It eIlKYVe don'thave I'
1 ", Santa Fe. They were Ralt'ord Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C.'Kelly and promoted from the rank of Sergeant time at Camp Blandinit. has I John H MrCall. Ph. M 3-c.
"f' Mr and Mrs. David Southerland children of Lawtey were visitingthe to Staff Sergeant, He has to Louis written I graduated from Technician School anything to do und won't
gu..t enjoyed Shofktn
r and family. a Kelly family Sunday.R. been overseas an- graphically I on August 1 and( is now stationed until we get our ship. To top
picnic and
swim
Andrews !! with describing
a crowd some of the
at met
scenes
??( Mrs S. M. Johns and'I Sampson Lake Sunday. He !says! R. Andrews, C. 1:. Andrews '.)F ..,--- "'JI>.' proximately 3 In France, as follows: at Camp Pendleton. Ooennsiile everything: we get liberty every
George of Lake Butler were I learning to swim was worth a Russell Green, and E. L. Kelly _:f1Y year and had "When we arrived in France Calif.. He Is theson night, and there U plenty to AIn
L. of Mr. and
11' md Mrs. S. Hodges : good were visiting the livestock marketIn duty In Casablanca -'
blistering.
g I ; we came In over the beaches Mrs. J.V, Me- this town. There Is lots o
E. A. Gainesville ,, India,
I Sapp has accepted a position Monday.Mr.
: where the first troops landed Call) of StarkeThis excitement and we are nil gettlnj
Mable Dtikes and brother in Jacksonville at the St. and Mrs. Chester Moody of Egypt. Sicily, Italy How our forces, with men andequipment 4I .
school covered It while .
111the chance.I've
ty we
were visitingMoody'S anal Tunisia.
Jacksonville Johns Ship Yard.
Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and .
got through the
family Sunday I It. I Mrs. Stella Andrews of Miami Mrs. M. H. Moody Sunday At the present I strongholds, history will !have to (I r all work the dune actual missed getting my paper

t. Beland Johns has been enjoyed church services at New G. W. Andrews made a business '.,\ ' where time he In it China some- t tell. Some of the fortification and r by a pharma tor two weeks now and when I

trip to Jacksonville Friday. ::1 He Is
the son of
Friends of Mrs. Jennie Lee '- Mrs Uo B hla+ thick. the field i tit but avemfl I like I have lost something -
Lazenby will be interested to .i ii i, Prescott of I "Yesterday I entered a liberated tie find the well / I hope the back lushes will
,
know that she has accepted a ,,' :.. ,-,-,,-, "' ., Brooker. lie Is town Just after the Germane had 'done in <'111 IIn'i hurry,, and catch up with me and
-- }In''e everything .'IIft'. I hop to
for
position as teacher in Duval patlenU untl
assigned to a been moved
out. The
I people were they gel home ap/iln: I bcfo'T I li'.ive the
County. are "afell'returned
fighter
group overseas and has aNew jubilant. They threw flowers at .. states.
; Mr. and Mrs.\ Carl "'II rd. and York APO number. and lo hi> -
us the
children came over V Armond Thomas
Mr. pitaLt In the S Mrdtll graduated -
and Mrs. Guy Plnholster and
I I i| and kissed us. My eyes were wet with ,
an average of fKl.S.one
daughter, Vivian, of Jacksonville home Friday after spending two I I when I realized what freedom'I of the three In TllltKK HKOTIIKKS MEET:
highest \
a
attended I'I
church
services hero
Sun- weeks with her sister Mrs. G.I meant to them. You can't realize company of 80 men, and was "recommended Pfc. Raymond B. Bryan 31: '
day.Zedr'a I M. Snowden near Gainesville.Mr. what a feeling It In to be free for the next highest Sgt. Andrew J. Bryan 2fl, and
Hamilton, Tom Edwardsand i and Mrs. Jack Jerrell of unless you have been enslaved bya rating Because of his. excellent I Pfc Lloyd Bryan, 23 sons of A.
Vernon Edwards of Brooker I Jacksonville were visiting the mean, harsh mauler. For four Knowing in practical as well as .1. Bryan, Rt. 2, Starke' met recently -
also attended church services Sunday former's parent, Mr. and Mrs. I years these people hardly campout theoretical work he has been attached in France for the first
W. W. Packham, Sunday. of their homes. Yesterday I, to the permanent staff of time In two years,
I!" Secber Speer of Jacksonville Little Jackie and Beverly Jer- everybody was out on the streets. the school.! Raymond and Andrew, both entered -
spent Monday with his sister and rel of Jacksonville spent the weekend I Where they got their flags nobody I the service, In June 19-12
2 brother-in-law. with their grandparents Mr. < knows, but I have heard that they I\ \V.\ITINO rOH isllll" and were separated. They ore
/ Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Melton I and Mrs. W. W. Packham. | made the American and French USO Canteen,, now serving different\ Ordnance
and children and Mrs. Albert Willis The Rev. Hogarth, who was flags In their own homes. "I Pittsburgh Pa. units within a few miles of cue'
.
Rt of Graham were visiting Mr. accompanied here by his wife and' "The Germans have literally Dear Mr. Matthews'!: other In France..
and Mrs. J. S. Snowden and .f amlly ,I children filled his regular appointment wrecked the villages. Very littleIs This finds me In Pittsburgh. at Pfc. Lloyd Bryan Is with n
recently. Saturday and Sunday. left They are going to pay the USO center I wan trnns- engineer unit in France.
Work on the Long Bridge Christian I .
Church Is processing nicely. ," ', " " -" .-- ',:" ,", :' ,:, -.. ' : ';

1 Each week donations are being ..
ent In, which are very much .
_ L. t'w'x needed and appreciated. If you

. have donations, send them to S.
I L. Crews or anyone on the fin- I
_ _
ance committee.A .
large crowd of theMoody :
I family attended the church of H

_ 4w __ Christ in Brooker Sunday.Theressa.

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Mrs. B. M. Blankinship and Mrs. 4
Charles Loper of Georgia were
visiting relatives here this week
Joe Kelsey, S 2-c, of Beaufort,
S. C., spent the week-end here
,W.-reo ii.Mnd ttdi rHtci and lew p4fot tot ymffm with his parents.

.. WoMi, woodwork oM l fwrni.tw Mr.;. S. R. Swlndil and Mrs.

( wiN I look better, I lon .r wfcfc $3.85 Nellie Swindell shopped In Starke, FOR OUR BRADFORD OUNTY FRIENDS
Saturd.iy.
I.SPfto-WAU'S wh color Anro >. I
-- Per Gallon Mr. and Mrs Bert Tyre of Put

jt. nam Hall were visiting Mr. and --'- _r __rJJ' -_. ,.- ._
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Mrs E. S. Sibley on Sunday afternoon -
TIP TOP SUPER MARKET of I } /? ll/t J'N JUST RECEIVED LAHGK SHIPMENT OF THE FOLLOWING CLOTHING rv
bars Elizabeth Wainwright
ITEMS FROM THE MILLS and FACTORIES
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Starke visited her father D. J.
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Ii / .I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Baptist Circle Business Woman's Presbyterian Presbyterian Service Center.E p II This copal Is a Church very: Sharon Mj's. SheIJ MI'] H.M",. In, 1'ug
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Met This WeekCircle Circle MeetingMrs. Horning worship at the First Inspiring Hymn Service where i MIBS Garnlta H,,' .nt.;
Presbyterian Church 350 N. everyone sings the hymns loved : Jacksonvllle hulk/ -;
One of the Baptist W.M.S. Guy Sale was hostess to Cherry St., Is at 11 o'clock. best. Service men are encouraged I Ft"i" \Ir
"' :''i Miss Koch Weds R. A. MeetingThe met at the home of Mrs. L>. G. members of the Business Woman's Everyone Is Invited to worship. to enter Into the fellowship of i man Hutto anj, I- .
Powell Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Circle of the Baptist church who bymns, prayers and Scripture to turned with then rctlweekend
of the congregationare
Members ,
I Hugh Ingram Baptist Royal Ambassadors o'clock. Miss Etta Thou was an met at her home on Tuesday evenIng I reminded of the Worship Ser- the worship and the Glory of God. I I her,,.. PtQQ
At Fort Belvoir for Christ and their fathers met associate hostess. for a regular monthly gather
vice and of the congregational
;: at the beautiful lake home of Mr. Routine business was conducted ing of the group.Devotionals .
ty,::1{ Elizabeth Caroline Koch, R. N., and Mra. Carl Johns Thursday {Including plans for the Royal were led by Mrs. meeting which Is to meeting follow and ThisIs

' ,1 r only daughter of Mr. and Mrs evening of last week at 7 o'clock. Service Program which will be Lex Green, followed by prayer by an important attend 1 TF
should
i,IS John N. Koch. 355 South Harrison They had a refreshing swim and given by the group this month. Mrs. L. A. Canova. everyone I YOU CAN AFFORD AN AUTOMOBIL

a 4 avenue, Chicago, 111., was delightful boat ride after which The program Tuesday was directed The consisted of an Young People are Invited to
united la marriage to Sgt. Hugh they were nerved fried chicken by Mrs. Powell who used program the Westminster Fellowship meet- You can afford Automobile Insurance. As

I" n. Ingram only non of Mrs. potato salad home-made cakes an her theme, "In Preparation for explanation res and Mrs.by L.Mrs.A.Charles Canova Tor-of Ing at the church at 7 o'clock can't afford to be without it. Accidents a master 01{tl'
',y Carrie B. Ingram of Starke Fla., and cold drinks. the Week of Prayer for State Sunday evening. you are
exp,
Missions" P
;; p July 29, at Fort Belvoir, Va. The entire organization and the Missions." "Community Service men are reminded ofthe. and may cost you your car, home and savings.
p k ? The single ring ceremony was fathers of the boys. wish to thankMr. A salad course was served at A committee was then appointed Vesper Service held each Sunday -
. : performed in the poat chapel by and Mra. Johns for their the close of the meeting: to join another from the evening at 6 p. m., at the
; ;
f F Chaplain Richard White In the warm hospitality Woman's Club to approach City CHARLEY E. JOHNS

j ",. presence of the Colonel, officers Mrs. Priest Woman's ClubThe Counc 11 m e n at their meetlpg here with her cousin Margaret AGES
\ t Tuesday evening concerning the C
;h and men of the groom's company. R, A. Leader. Carter.
!It The bride was attired In a pow Woman's Club will hold wiring and plumbing of the City' PHONE 13 _
+g'} i : der blue street drena, and wore was cut by the bride with a Its first meeting of the Fall] season Park, to which the Council t l Mrs. Harry Htghsmith and Mrs. -

white accessories She wore a machete, the symbol of the Engi at the Club building at 4 o' agreed. Billy Edwards were weekend STARKE, FLORIDA
1!:\ i corsage of gardenia". A cake nacre, and served to the /astiem- clock Wednesday afternoon, an officer Committee members then returned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed
' provided by the company cook blage. of the group announced this to the Sale home where a wards. Rer.eesNnt THE TRAVELERS Hertford
r Mrs Ingram Is a graduate of week. plan was discussed for a home
'Kankakee high school class of missions program this month.
t m -wl' 1938. has an associate degree In Mrs Charles Allen will have Mrs. Sale served refreshmentsto
l'' CU TIq arts and science from Blackburn charge of the program which will the 18 members present.

1 a... college, and Is graduated from have as Its, while theme I "AmericanCitizenship" At theFJoisoof..thalevenbg; : I STARKE TIRE SERVICE
the Michael Reese School of Mrs. John Mrs. James A. Lewis Invited the
Q) Smith, Jr., wife of the
"' Nursing in Chicago where she is assistant group to Hold Its next meeting at
:,.',1, ..."... now employed In the psychiatric director of the USO-TMCA will] her home while Mrs Lex Green
'/'. yr ri t7r division of Meyer house. speak on "The Indians of New offered her home as a meeting
ts The bridegroom was In his sophomore Mexico." place for one of the Cottage All Size Tires Capped and Tubes Vulcanized

cL" year In the school of architecture Hostesses! will be Mrs. C. H. Prayer meetings to be held this
: at the University of Florida Nasworthy. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, month.
when be entered the service Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. B. F. ALL WORK GUARANTEEDiiciauuiiig
"', :::s from 18 months ago, and expects to Harvey Mrs. J. T. Guy and Mrs. e e e e e e e e e e e e .

;:: .: : ,it i} .f'Ytt.... V 1.95 return to complete his after studies the Florence Brown. T n.nfLi: TT nit.,. n n ; .. n _ ._
,, f and receive his degree J-f CL W L 'h"* y t JJVl
\'. : .. at.g war. He was formerly a member Picnic EnjoyedOn ,GIn
demonstration battalionIn By >KVKLYX WARRENFELLOWSHIP A\J>> -
of a USO e e. . e e e e e e
) TheSmart LawnOn
, : school at Fort !"'
\ 'I the Engineer Modern Electric. 'Mold ) .
Belvolr and Is now a candidatein
; Friday night September I, i SUPPER: ,
School
% Officers' Candidate .
..{ Shop at the USO Club on Temple and
:"I.
Tht
there. Washington GSO girls and youth fellowship supper By HILL MAYES Jr'
The couple expect to make their soldiers was shared at the Methodist parsonage ,
: adjacent to Post Offic. enjoyed a picnic
home In Florida after the war. on the on Sunday evening, Sept.
,
: I lawn. Expert Recapper and Vulcanizer 'u
I,. : Lights were strung between 3, at six o'clock. The occasionwas ,
.
: the trees and picnic tables In the nature of a "farewell", '

HU e From where I sit ... 6y Joe Marsh. Informal out.chairs,In and addition outdoor to the games games set 'for soon Miss be Easley returning Shuford to who Madison will --24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING

-- dancing was participated
' College, Harrlsonburg Va. Owing
} in by the after
: : group supper. to the heavy rain several of
' ; ,';,' Thad Phibbs' Senior hostesses at the Saturday the members did not get there In Best Grades of Materials Used
'\: \ night dance were Mrs. E. K. Ferryman time for the supper but were
..ir Formula for Fun Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow able to take part In the Bible

; r. Hall.Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, and Mrs. Study at 7:30.: The Young pea

ple are studying the Gospel of LOCATED IN

;; Thad Phibbs has a theory of en. we know In our hearts we've The winner....__ nf n the_n_. *_'nn._... ...sloe... .... -Ma.lth..w.------.. und.w----. tha_.._ n fanrinrahln___.-.r f\f-. REAR OF J. W. ANDREWS.. GARAHF__ __n ___
joyment all his own The more done a good job well long distance call home, was their p a s t or, the Rev. CM. Madison
tired he is from working at the Pvt. George J. Blean of Port Worthington.Vera Avenue Starke, Fla.
From
raJ where I sit, that's one
r d # q Huron Mich.Hostesses .
War Plant, the more fun he has of the things this wartimestrain Mosley spent Saturday
'i pitching horseshoes with the has taught as. We're all for the Sunday after- night with Evelyn Warren.

'i i boys these summer evenings. of ns working hard at our Jobs, noon Hospitality Hour were Mrs. Ovid Bennett wall the guest of
"That" because I fed that I doing oar level beat to pall our J. H. Denmark and Mrs. Willie Marvlne Warren Wednesday night.
p deserve," Thad says simply. weight. And we're learning the Johns reprsentlng the Christian Marvlne Warren spent last!
; ,
little Church.
rewards the
I
simple
i I wonder if he Isn't right. ii'ie'S-1I home-cooked plea.sAnd Also on Sunday week-end In Jacksonville with rel,
j menl, a afternoon a
I 'f ; I wonder if we don't enjoy glass; of beer with friends-are song feat, participated In by a atives. g;
; ',, things in proportion as we knowwe've more welcome now than ever.. group of GSO girls and sol Jack Renals of Baldwin spent
!:' ci earned them. Saturday night with l Coleman
1" I la a little because we've earned tbeuil diers was much fun.
:i\: i relaxation ever more welcome Phillips
ii,;,''\ than after a hard day's work? Methodist Junior and Leeman Clyatt of I
\ Do we appreciate our little 80e71(d Circles Providence were week-end guests I

Y pleasures quite as much as when Met Monday of their cousin Franklin Clyatt
': Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown have
i Mrs. W. G. Haile entertained been visiting their son in South I
: .' .. No. 93 of a Scries Copyright, 19.H,Brewing InJu.it ry Foundation Circle One of the Methortlat WSCS Carolina for the past several

\ I .,,, Monday afternoon at days. '
'i 7!, "" -' .. her home on 'I I
Temple Ave Miss Grade Dili-bin of Jacksonville -

11 , : RELIANCE Mrs. L.. I). Vinlng circle chair- Is spending several 1 days
f man, opened the meeting and called
''I f on Mrs. J, W. White r. I
I. _. { to offer DO YOU KNOW ..1BOVTROACHES
ii
4' and expert supervision combined with prayer. Mrs. L. F. Smith read HALIBUT
,I; ; '' { fine courtesy and unusually] thoughtful the, minutes of the August meetIng ? LIVER OIL Capsules BOX OF 50 69c
and
l Miss Olive Ray reportedas
economy are consistently
building
; our When you fight roaches you r "
yt 4.4 reputation for finer serving. treasurer. The local collectionat try to get rid of them all, not
\ lr s this meeting was 2020. jjimt kill the few thnt you ran SAL HEPATICA 49c
Miss hit with spray or duet or that 60c SIZE
Ray reviewed a chapter walk Into a powder by accident.
..
4r
I II :, from the Bible study which was I .
I HI entitled I "Vicarious CHARM
Suffering"; KILLER KURL PERMANENT 59c
DEWITT C. JONES 'Mrs. A, Wood reviewed "Millions ROACH WAVE KIT

4 i...+', Among the American Indiana", IS DIFFERENT: I rAn
Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE and also made
the
closing
The hostess assisted by prayer.Mrs. Ttoathrs eat It because. they REX RUB Athletes Rub 69e
+
1' SERVICE like I It. They dry up and die. For Sore Muscles
Vining and Mrs. A. F. Sauls served Safe to tine. Non-|>oinonou> to r1" .._,
a tempting salad course with man and pets. -

Phone 7 Iced tea. Mrs. Arthur Roy was 15c and 25c pkgs. ' .
'
I an out-of-town visitor. -" .",
.
I at ,
fr r ;;" 1"AiJr '* -
STARKE, FLORIDA I .
Circle Two : -
Ii "';
,i Circle Two met at the parsonage Sistrunk Feed andSTAUKK. r'b'. ; J!;" j(. .' ,." ..

tt "". with the castor's- wlf--_ -'Un' .q....,.......gI..... r"-...... .. ,.:: ' '.">-'J1, .. .,.
W. J. Churchwell, as hostess. FLORIDA t

,;j; ; MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT chairman Mrs.. E., opened K. Perryman the circle Jtltg. by Mcl'liall Products Princeton Chinaware _____._$2.50-$8.50
meeting with
Orlando, Fla.

A.prayer W. Anderson, and was reviewing followed by a chapter Mrs. J k e, Novelty Ashtray Sets _____.$1.95-$7.50

wj ROY'SRESTAURANT from the Bible
study. Mrs.
W. E. Middleton reviewed an interesting Get His Candy Dishes __ __-___ ___$1.50-$5.00
article from the World

Outlook; Mrs Perryman also 1 Gilt Timepiece : Jiir.- t Bud Vases _. _._ __ __ ____._ __50c-$1.95
told of the work being done. .. ..

by the missionaries In the Solomon y 4 Mirror Place Cards _____ _$1.00-$1-75


118 CALL STREET Collections Islands. we retaken for "OVER THERE" Vases of all kinds ________ _50c-$10.00
yty1 { pledge local work and China re-
isc. lief. The following finance com On Time .. -

mlttee was appointed: Mrs. A, W. MILK OF MAGNESIA
4, UNDER MANAGEMENT OF. Anderson Mrs. J. H. Fields and PANOVITE vitamins
irt Mrs. W. T. Clute; this commit Haskell's Pint Bottle_
100
f. tee Is to raise money for local 23c High Potency $$3.19

rt,1 J ROY JOHNSON needs. The circle welcomed anew MURINE for the
eyes CASHMERE Soap
t-
members Mrs. W. M. Cres { Bouquet

; : ors sler at and this Mrs.meeting Maggie were Jones Mrs.Visit-C. 60c SizeWINE __h___-______ 49c 3 Bars for ----:.----- 2 2/C/c


11 ni; STEAK CHOPS T Mrs.Jones Churchwell and Mrs. Terry.served to her rep * MAIL OF CARDUI AGAROL

guests delicious t Ice cream and BEFORE $1.00 BottlePERUNA _
1 ? ookiea. OCT 15 --- ------ 89c 10 oz. SizePEPTOBISMOL 89c
---------
CHICKEN
U.D.C. To Meet Make his Merry Christmas tonic
.
I !' "merrier" with this handsome $1.25 Size
'.as The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. precision made shock ------------- 89c 10 oz. SizePEPSODENT------ --. 89c

D. C., will be entertained by Mrs proof watch. A gift he DEXTROMALTOSEPound

'* BEE O. L. Beasley on Monday afternoon will put to use and long re Tooth Powder
R at four
o'clock at her homeon member. Can _
I- N. ---
Walnut St. 69c Large Size __________- 39C
September llth, 1044 marks the \, ,
f'.i ( 50th anniversary of the chartering r ". ,
of the first two 17.50 to 52.50
,, chapters of the
-' i OPEN 8 A. M. BREAKFAST U. D. C. Number
One
was In
.
1i c. ? TO 2:00 A. M. Nashville Tenn., and Number Two CARPENTER'STHE
EVERY DAY LUNCHEON was In Savannah. Ga. Since then

h Except Monday DINNER many more than 2,000 chapters
i have been chartered. TheSTAG

Sandwiches And Short Orders therefore This meeting is In commemoration next Monday of REXALL DRUG STORE

j the chartering. STARKE PHONE
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8. J9.44
D,"" !.o.'rTEUnER: BRADFORD COUNTY TKUGR.\PH. aT.tnrrrr.. FLORID _. __ _h _
I''fir. FlV.I .

(BITS of LOCAL NEWS James Mrs., are Bessie at home Davis after and a three son Scouts Hike I

day trip to Palatka St. Augus- To Crystal LakeWe ,
tine and Green Cove Springs last
.,dr.tinsmith and daugh- Mrs. C. G. Price of Quincy was are
; : very happy to have Pvt.
hnve returned from a the guest recently of her mother, week.Mrs, Maude Mott of Maude's George Powell, our former assistant Ann"o
fc In Mrs Wm. Norris.
\ ,"su with relatives Lunch Room, entered the East Scoutmaster back for a tine
Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott have Coast Hospital In St. Augustine visit and to help the troop out. Ilfj
puta Wm Norris spent last returned here after spending: the for treatment Wednesday She \\-e went on an overnight hike'l'dne..d.IY
:? the guest of her summer In the country near Hen-
at was to have
ala been \
o< operated \ and I
upon Thursday of last
deisonvllle,
JJ Mrs J. C. Hillman. N. C. yesterday TIIF'J I
Mrs. Jack Bell of Gainesville week out to Crystal Lake Scout: ,
fcf ,Inet< Mrs O. L.Jackson.Beasley visited her mother, Mrs. W. :M. ;' Miss Lota Sale of Vahlo ta. Ga, who went were: Edward Schull:
ju mM* trip to was a weekend guest of Mr and Tommy Jones,
|e a Edwards last week-end. Gerald Hoelter! Joe
1 on Tuesday. Pvt. George Powell of Camp .Mis. Guy Sale. Montelth., Blllv--., Ml__.n"!..,. n-nr....'.,..*
r. ape Mrs L. A. Davis reed Edison, N. J., arrived Friday to Bobby Cox spent last week va- Winkler Arthur Winkler Clyde Openinfj
nome last Friday after spend a 9-day furlough with his cationing In Bradeotdh. Denmark Billy Edwards, Emanuel -
,|Ug! a month In Asheville, parents!, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mrs. Rose Ranter! of Philadel Tlllokas and our Scoutmaster I
Powell. phia, Pa., arrived here recently to Mr. Allen.
Lbin carnell who has spent. Pvt. and Mrs. Ira W. Campbelland be with. her husband, Sgt. John We went swimming for aboutan
Jpjjt It..O months here with his son, Horace, Misses Jemima E, Ranierl, who la !stationed at hour and a half ate supper, OF A COMPLETE RESTAURANT & BARON _
Idpaienta. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. and Claramonde Skipper spent a Camp Blending Mrs Ranieri expects then waited 30 minutes and went
ft!, returned last week to his very pleasant week-end at Silver her sister Josephine, to join i swimming again. Went to bed
e l in Ormond. II Springs. her In the near future. woke up the next morning ate FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8th

-- -- ---.- -- Judge.. and Mrs. -A._. 7._. n ActilinG_....._I breakfast and went on a hike.-
had as their guests at Kinsley then went home that afternoon.We .
Lake last week Mis. Adkins' sla I have a new member, Lewis !
BUILDING MATERIALSVXRATIONED ters, Mrs, J C. Adkins of Gainesville Haines and are happy to have Al- j'l'
and Mrs. Leroy Roan and bert Kite back from FernandIna. The I
sons of Jacksonville. George Winkler reporter
AVAILABLE
\ NOW ! ,
1011's.V.. T. Baker of Keystone
ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS Heights received a wire Saturday Recent Marriages
SHEETROCK CEMENT from her son, Cadet Midshipman '
I INSULATION BOARDS MASONRY CEMENT William E, Baker, stating that he Hugh George and Emma Chen, '
ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE had just arrived back In the both of Starke,_ Sept 3.
WINDOWS .. GRAVEL States from I the South Pacific. B
DOORS SAND '
SCREEN DOORS .. CELOSIDING Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, r
former proprietors of Ann and: 1
Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints Harry'a have cloned out their e OUR
business here and are in Miami.
CABINET & MILLWORK{ Fred A. Scott returned home (POLICYNo
last week from Ormond wherehe

ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES visited his son-in-law and .
nell.daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. C, Car- family, regardless of financial I
pot & Pleasant;;; Sts:, Phone 1325, Gainesville, Fla. \
: Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and condition will ever .
--.---(. children returned to Jacksonville) .
Tuesday after spending several be denied our services. .
weeks at their Kingsley Lake cot. "
NAT SEZ: tage. The price of the service selected -
Misses Jemima and Claramonde
See by the paperliere a lag In Skipper have returned to their / is always confidential. ,
supplies has stalled General Patton homes In Aynou, S. C, after
t and his tanks Its. a good spending two weeks with Pvt. \Ve will neivrrbetray a con- .
<
thing for the Jerrles that something and Mrs. Ira W. Campbell of ,I''
topped him or he'd be Starke. fidence. .;
knocking at Hitler back door Mrs. James G. Dlffenbaugh of
right about now. "Old Blood 'n' Tallahassee Is visiting Mr. and ;
Guts" might have a naaty temper Mrs. Charley Johns. Mrs. Dif-
but who wants. to send a pantlevalt fenbnugh; the former Miss Snookle ThompsonWilliamsFUNERAL
\ after Hitler anyhow! Go Corpening, will soon enter Florida # 4.
get 'em, I'at! We're bet tin.on )'ou. State College for Women as a DIRECTORS: %c toO I ;
senior. Cpl. D 1 Iff enballgh Is o i
somewhere in the South Pacific. Phone 133 oo'o .\
.
Pvt. Sam Alvarez of Greenville I Q- % '
Pa., Is visiting his parents, I Gainesville Florida c Q\ .\

Hurry! Hurry! week.Mr. and Mrs A. L. Alvarez, this I AMBULANCE, SERVICE . .\ .,.'

Mrs.. J. M Edwards and daughter '
JUST ARRIVED Caroline, returned this week I Equipped to serve Bradford .
from Augusta Ga, where they. and surrounding counties.
visited Mrs. Edward's ,
PAIRS sister Mrs.
C. N. Christy. I

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g' PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY Tf.LEGR.\PJI.: ST.\RKE. FLORIDA I FlUD.\, Pl'Tt; BF.g IIli

and Mrs. B. M. McRae In the Pine GET
1 a' . . S r a r r . Camp Breckenrldge, Kentucky,' GIFTS Level section Saturday evening SERVICE \\\\ID!

are visiting their parents! Mr. and WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE... THEATRES, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and tey The folloWing, ,,i..., of
have ,,
'I Sunnybrook Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mr. and re ',,:1. ,
Mari' and "NYf' ,
Gloria
I tII \ Mrs. C. C. Crawford, respective SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY daughters Pansy Joyce the War Depanm\ l -, I\"I
By MrH. ArnuJii Crawford and Mrs. T. N. Nor- : :
visited Mr.
.1 i lUbl.1t..
\ ly. Civilian ,
f 1; ra r..a r r r .r. SHU,,, '
U'i i r Pvt. Harold Crews of Camp FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP: ULANDIXG SHOPPING man Friday evening. tabllshed by m \,." I
\ t, I, Mr and Mrs. H. B. Kelley and Blanding spent Sunday afternoon AND RECREATIONAL CENTER Mrs. Carlton Chastain and little I! to recognize \ "? r r ,

.;C. 'i' children and Bob Carraway spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Kliby I daughter of Hampton splint the I completed six m nth,' '' >
1' the week-end in Jacksonville. I Crews. r r r. . . r e r r service at a Wit, salISf '
I :&:( :! children spent Sunday nt the I week-end In this section with rel l)
rii ,; Mrs. Omago Rosier la spending I Mr. and Mrn. .1. R. Kelly andchlld"l'n home of Mr. and Mrs. Elison ALTERATIONS Woodla\vn 1 atives. stallatlon: Joe >t Darn partll1nl/
,
a few days In Ralford as a guest Kathryn and Robert, Rosier at the State Farm. I Pearl's Alteration Shop Eunice Sanderson and son C. Wiggins \\'lIh. ROlf JI'
Mrs. lei
Miller. a1i!
i of relatives. were visiting the former's par-
Friends cf John Kelley are glad
J'tJ : Kafiise the week-end
:Mrs. Myrle
fly of Tampa were
M t 1.1. Cpl. and Mrs. Otis Crawford ents In Lake Butler, Sunday. that he Is able to be up after AMUSEMENTSStarke r r a r . a r . a r guests of Mrs Dan Hazen Sr.
and daughter Shirley Ann of Miss Barbara Moat of Jack- several weeks of Illness.!
;r r N, .il.'t"1J')', ; \ I i sonville returned to her home on Amusements There will be services at the Mrs. Lloyd Barry and children SOLDIERS, SAILQR

,'! \ Saturday after spending a week s..aHampton" Woodlawn Baptist Church each Jackie and Wilber, were visiting
g \ with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and FOOD Sunday. Sunday School begins at relatives In Wauchula last week. AND MARINES?;

g ':. WE I II Mrs. H. B. Kelley. Camp Diner 10:30: followed by preaching at Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler and
r Pvt. Alton. Dobbs spent the (rillPearl's 11. Young People's meeting be- daughter Joan were visiting rela-
I week-end at home with his wife By Barbara Horner Milligan's at 7:30, followed by evening tives in Jacksonville last week-
I\\ gins
: SELL : ra r r ra r r ra r Place
: and daughter, Eloise services. Come and bring some-

'I:iJ) Mrs. Inez Kelley, Lucille Ward MISCELLANEOUS: SHOWER "' one with you. end.Mrs.. R. A. Bethea of Gaines- a
l ,; HIGH I and Kirby Thomas were business GIFTSGislain's s
visited Mr. and Mrs. N. G.
Raulerson filled his ville
:,; y Honoring a recent bride, Mrs Eld. O. J.
:tF QUALITY visitors In Jacksonville, Thursday. and r i I
,:;"''t'..+ BAKED I IdE' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown Archie G. Eiland, the former Dorothy { regular appointment here Sundayand Hayes family Tuesday \
enjoyed the ser I Mrs. George Rivera and daughter ,
Watterson a miscellaneous everyone
- were picnicking at Hampton Lake
GOODS Wonder Gift Shop I
I shower was held on Tuesday evening mons. Selma of Graham were visit-
.1 I
I I Sunday with relatives.! They
r a i ALWAYS i I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and at 8:30: o'clock at the Baptist MILITARYSUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs L. W. Page spent' Ing Mrs J. W. Kelly and Mr. and all!

THE II III !I Mrs! O. E. Crosby made a business I Church. The hostesses were Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley Sunday

LAPPE BAKERY trip to Jacksonville last Monday Mrs. V. D. Gay and Mrs. J. W Mrs. Lewla Rafuse. I Mr. and Mrs. William bukes, i LIKE to EAI
I Home. Autumn flowers and foliage The Rev. E. M. Teter of Jack Jr., and family of Hague, were

I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby! and were the pleasing decoration., Ben Suslow's Army Store sonville and Lewis Rafuse were ,visiting friends and relatives here at the

After the honor guest's arrival, Gislain'sP. In Miami Tuesday of last week. I last week.

'> M I a geographical game, "The Is- Mrs. Rachel Browning and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKlnney
: PEARL'S ALTERATION SHOP S. Stores
\ lands", which made Mrs. Genie )tiles and
was played daughter of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. R. CAMPDINER
,;; : Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre all the contestants put on their Shafkin'sThe children were visiting in Jackson- E. Hazen and family Monday
. J'I thinking caps. At the conclusion Stag ville last Saturday.
: Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship Cpl. T. C. Kelley of Valdosta,
1 the judges who were Mrs. Eld. O. J. Raulerson spent Sat
'h "I Frances) Wadnworth, Miss Edna THEATRESFlorida urday night at the home of Mrs. family.
.1 ..
,1 Dudlev. and Miss Ophelia Bryan, R B .ftl
aca "'n 1""''''W''O'
'.i'i' I named Mrs. Mae Touchton the Miss Audrey Polk of Miami Is

;; : winner. A of talcum . . visiting relatives here this week. Corner Call & CherryFeaturing
f:1 FOR YOUR OVERSEAS MALE . . . . prize fragrant Park r a r a r r
R. H. Brooker of Gainesville
to her.
powder was presented O
Ritz Gum BranchBy conducted services at the Churchof .
f.t1: "Another Interesting; game "The
: GIFTS READY Lincoln Penny", both puzzled! and Christ Sunday the best
: ; TAVERNSBlanding :Sirs.' T. N. Norman Mrs. Pasco Green and I son
f fW amused the Miss
a many guests.
U
r . r r r r r r. .
Bobby of Gainesville
I' Harvene Watterson captured the are spending Steaks &
,'\f',1 TO MAIL Center DarDob's ChOD
\
I, t,: prize a "Leave a Note" novelty, BIRTIID.INNER several days with Mr. and Mrs.
In the contest. Other Tavern Wilson Russ and family.
I 1 laugh pro- In celebration of his fifty-fifth Open 9 A.31.-9 pi\I.
, :\ voking were before
played
NOW! games
I Jordan's Bar O. W. .
birthday anniversary Barrywas _..
: Daily
"..p the honoree opened and displayedthe 0I --npnAPLACE Except ThursdavDON'T )
!, I honored with a dinner at his
many lovely gifts presented favors were . ,.
,; .. pink and tiny candy home Sunday September 3. Mr. ti.---------
} her. Beautiful and 1 attractive, offered to the 45 guests at the
t. Barry is a life-time resident ofBrooker.
J';' pieces of china, glass and linen conclusion of this delightful affair .
I" were proudly exhibited by Mrs. Those assisting Mrs. Gay I
The out-of-town
guests who enjoyed LET
THE
r'I Eiland. and Mrs. Horne In serving were
'
/ the occasion were: Mr. andMrs.
\ .. A fruit Misses Norma and Martha -
A pale' of utiKliiMNrM t pro* lunch course with individual Sweeney
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H. D.
', A Lynn and children
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\14 tret hi* ryr or n "til let nl
Horne. I
bum t<. h..lil i.hi.t<.M of you Iced cakes) in green and ktadellnb and Ralph from Dade HEATGET

'i I ,, .;1''ilJ' are nl.ti]tint Prrnentn the fclml a n"u nt nl'rrnMn hrUt- f- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brannen City, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of I

I rJ,"" .. Come Iti now nnl and daughters accompanied by Jacksonville and, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. .
I ;: )!';!II: wnnrr. MM. iilft.Vfl Jnntth '9 CJ. em aHtf .
;" ,",, thing. ..*'. ..I..hi.it" for Raleigh and Jess Brannen spent Crews and daughter of New- :
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''i :\ _ Trade for niullliiKlGISLAIN'S ,p the week-end< at Lakeland. Mr. berry. Eve r yon e wished Mr. YOU DOWl\

I{ ;: j' ,Brannen remained for a few days Barry many more happy birth
"I" /Ce4uSPECIALS till- days. TO LIVE:
J 1' vlllit with his daughter, Mist Jes- o e
: 'r.: ale Mae Brannen, of Bartow. u
;, > ;, Mrs. Walter Matthews and chil-
'I' j"f. Elmer Gay returned Friday of dren of Jacksonville were visitingMrs. Let Me Help You

. I t3 Next to KiM-h'x, Drug StoreREFRESHING last week after a visit with relatives Alice Thomas and Mrs T. FIND IT
#,:tLol.!: }> in Atlanta, Ga. C. Kelly last week.

"w 1 II Miss Virginia Lou Pickren vlslt- Mrs. N. G. Hayes was visiting Let Me Help You 1
\ e. .' 1.' : : Tuesday.
ft ,1, :
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1 s weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp'and SELL IT
I ' and Mrs Archie Elland l children
were visiting Mr. and
t, .1. DUO-THERM returned Monday after enjoying I Mrs J. C. Sapp at Sampson City
f ; a week's stay at Sliver Springs Sunday. Listings Wanted on KEEPCOOL
HOT WATER Pearsall of Detroit
Ralph Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae visited Apartments Housesor
1 dlch. Is visiting friends and at-
I ? Mrs. T. N. Norman Sunday Homes For Rent
:I HI+l I HEATERS tending to business after an absence afternoon. .

I of a year. Mrs. Margie Underhill and 1011'11.Jack Within 20 Miles of
Mrs. Russell Dyal, Mrs. Wes Starke
( ( O Underhill of Rising visited
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.'),' tum I' Halek and Mrs. Nlta White spent Mrs. E. S. Sapp Friday afternoon.
i! the week-end In Tampa.
t t I Flashlight Misses Mildred Moss and<1 Dorothy -
/.,I Misses Barbara and Betty W.T.CLUTEREALTOR
Norman of
"r '""I} f I }t BATTERIES Horne returned Thursday after enjoying the week-end here Jacksonville with Mr.spent and AS AN ICEBER

; t f w 0EXHAUST a two-weeks' vacation with Mrs. T. N. Norman.
relatives at Reevesvllle and at
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Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and
j :. Charleston S. C. two little sons and Mrs. T. N. 119 EAST CALL ST.
{ : Thornton Johns left recently for I
I J ? rM Norman and little son visited Mr. ... . .
Ii, St. Petersburg and has enteredthe a -----------.
FANS Maritime School of the Mer-
,M ,'\ Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot Afternoons chant Marine.

; and see if, your temperature doesn't drop about Miss Maria/- Johns! of Starke
was at home Thursday of last

10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleas- RADIO week. Wondert
Mrs. Mary Lee Vining of Jack- SILOr
vi *, ant relaxation will send you back to your work with sonville visited'relatives here durIng -

Hf'HBSIA' renewed vigor. SERVICE the week MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR

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. . . f Ida Padgett. Everyone loved
'I of Mr and Mrs H M. McRae. NOW IN
Harold so much. FOOD AMUSEMENTS MKOIMAL.
MIL I TAR Y SUPPLIES Sunday afternoon
Nice letter from Mrs. Tommle J John, who Is serving in
I Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
Hunter of Camp No. 1. She says werevisiting the Navy has recently been transferred
IIV 1't.. Lura Burgess that some of the colored people tec, Hazel Moaley, Daisy Lang but she la much better at pres- . . . . . . I their son-in-law and from New Orleans to "
Ala. daughter, Mr and a
sell Field. have moved old Aunt Clara Mae Eunice, Lola Osteen. Mrs Bishop
Mary and station in
11a Virginia. He la the
. . Joyce Wilkinson ent.Mr Pine Level I Thomas at Brooker, Friday.Pvt. .
. the Goff brothers. They have and Virginia and Mrs Hubert Vurnes nephew of Mrs. Fronle demon
fM'rlDT.ElT DIED lived with Mr. Brinson a long Wilkinson. Isn't it wonderful to and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Jim Harley. B. Miller and! Pvt. of Starke and is the non of the
have such friends? Ity !\In. II. M. !McRM Joseph A ChlHOhm of Camp
tm Padgett died this week. time. Mrs.Vlnton Parrlsh Varnes of Lakeland spent the . . . . . . I Rlandlng were dinner guests of late W. S. John, who died here
Hazel Sara Lee Wilkinson Honey's and child- week-end here visiting Mr and shortly after retiring from the
the grandfather of girl says her oldest brother la In ren returned home Sunday froma Mrs. R. J. Goodge and relatives.Mr. The Rev. V. J. Major of Palat- H M. McRae and family Sunlay.Remt'm Jacksonville police force. Ills
Word has been received In week's visit with her parents, ka r the services! at Pine wife, Mrs, Connie Johns, and two
It a camp Cheyenne Wyoming and Mrs Herman Parrish filled the appointment at Pine Level ,
Sunday
. She says it has rained so much Mr. and Mrs Fred Lang and small son of Jacksonville were Level Church Sunday morning morning and vn- children are living with relativesIn
Ing. Rv. W. E. Hall I
soFrance Pfc. John Wilkinson Is in a pastor Macon, Ga.
the woods are all under water here Sunday visiting Mr. and and evening The Rev. W. E.
is the son of Mrs. and the hospital at Camp Wheeler. Ga. Hall, .
31. He men can't get timber. Mrs. Lewis Parrlsh and family who usually conducts our
He has had trouble
with his
Mrs. Gertie Sculley has been that arm and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Varnes.. Sunday service, Is much Improved r
ill for a week. auto was seriously Injured in an MIa Ethel Parrlxh returned after several days Illness and U PEARL'S PLACE
GET wreck several
YOU CAN Mr. and Mrs. IrvIn Padgett years ago. home Sunday after spending two hoping to be able to hold the
They have to
may operate.
KE/EF have moved to Mlddleburg. I Mr. weeks in Jacksonville visiting Mr. Street Service at the Courthouse:
tAl and Mrs. Ben Wilkinson and
have a sweet letter from the Bernice of and Mrs. Herman ParrUh and in Starke next Saturday after- i
Conway Jacksonville
tom ACID I little daughter, Minnie. She will called on relatives, Jack Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Black Parrish noon at 6 o'clock. STEAK CHOPS

INDIGESTIONenter's start to school this week. at Mld and Fred Lang Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and Among those who enjoyed the I c'
dleburg. daughter Mamie of Pine Level birthday anniversary dinner givenin
The many letters from my Clay This week I had 15 letters from and Mrs. Eunice Box and small honor! of David Kelly at his CHICKENSandwiches
tforZ Hill friends Clay Hill children and parents. daughter!: of Jacksonville :Mr. Rn,1Mrs. home Sunday, were the Rev and
to from
help keep me Jack Goodge Mr. and Mrs. Mrs V J. Major and children,
I
Letters
of
/ 1 getting too lonesome and make, thought and love for SEA FOOD
Willis Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. Nanette Meredeth, and Jay of
1e me feel almost as if I had beenon me. As I read each letter I vis- Herbert Prescott of Starke were Palatka. Cpi Ronald S. Wilson of + Mwl 'e '.
a visit home. In the last few ioned the home of each. One visiting Mr. and Mrs Lem Brown Camp Blandlnir. If. M. McRfle d?
days I have heard from Lula Mae thing they do have Is contentment. on Sunday evening.. Mrs. Eunice Box and daughter B-E-E-R :
Store Mosley, Dorothy Manning, Hazel The seml-troplca' I find made of Jacksonville Mr anti Mrs. :
e Drug Padgett, Sadie Carter, Betty Car- me relax:, and like a cat sleepingon Pvt. Albert Newman arrived on Raymond Brown of the Mixing
.. a tinny window sill one Is I Saturday to spend a furlough section and many others who :
With his
- wife ,
I.----------------- content. God grant that when this and family. wished Mr 1 Kelly many more
war Is over I can have a home Curtis Varnes wag. In Maxvllle happy birthdays.A .
there some day, a low house i I Wednesday and Thursday of last NOW
with II host of friends of Rev. and OPEN 321 Temple Ave. :
. Til Meet You At overhanging eaves, wide windows, I week on business. Mrs. W. E Hull were visiting Mr. i
a fireplace and plenty of good I I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn, Mr. Hall at his bedsldo at the home
Bar drinking water. I want books on'' and Mrs Tom Graven Mlsa Beverly .
Center .
Blanding my shelves, flowers all about anda Cummings and the Rev. C. .
friendly cat; a porch with a :, C. Butler attended the birthday
and swing and the eternal Florida sunshine I dinner at the home of Mr. and
That would be so heavenly. Mrs. David Kelly at Pine Level ask the GI's'A'

Yea, I' must have a friendly I Sunday. .,
Patio"i kitchen to cook good things anda Mrs Jack Rose and daughters \
clothes-line in the backyardwith .
and Tuesday
Jacqueline Sandra left -
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chickens and a rooster to for their home at Hollywood. WHERE. THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll .;
crow at dawn. Just grant me I Fla., after spending three weeks .
this, oh Lord, just simple peace I here visiting Mra. Rose's. grandmother -, .I
and contentment to grow old In ; Mrs. S. E. Jones and her
when this war la over That I | uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. E.
want In Florida That is what Tell You
D. Jones.! Mra. Rose plans to .
enjoy yourself in we are fighting for.Sampson. stop at St. Augustine on her return ,

surroundings . . . . . . home to visit with her sister $
pleasant Mrs. Leon Almeld.i. at
Clarence Jones, who Is: In the PS STORES
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CityBy
in the companyof U. S. Navy In New York stopped '.
Louise Varoe.. here on his way home, to spenda [ of course
congenial people. . . . . . . few days with his uncle and
I aunt :Mr and Mrs E. D. Jones
l Among those who had dinnerat and grandmother, Mrs E. H.
Hampton Lake Sunday were Jones. His home I Is, at Ft. Pierce I
Mrs. R. J. Coodge, Roy Harper, Fla.Mrs. *
LANDING Dock Warren and Sammy Warren Jos I* Hall and, Mrs Fred I II ,
all of this section Mr\ and Elise of Green Cove Springs have I
Mrs. L. B. Harper of Boomtown. been spending several days. ht>revisiting II
0 Mrs\ Bob Warren and children Mr. W. J. Roberson
I I STORES= "
: Mrs. Rye and children of Palat- Mathew and G. W McKinney PS
ENTER ka Mrs. Freeman Var n e a of I who are In the U. S. Navy and
Sa-A-R- Louisiana, and Mr. and Mrs. Hub- I are stationed at DeLand, were oAT BLANDING BUS STATION
ert Varnes and son, Jim, of Lakeland home the earlier part of this week .
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/ Mrs. Bob Warren ,and visiting their parents Mr. and
children and Mr. Freeman Varnes Mrs. Carl McKinney and family.
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returned here with Dock Warren
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for visit -' -- "
and Mrs.: R. J. Goodge a r. J.r
Sunday evening. I
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Eric B. Hyde, Manager Sorry to report that at this TRAVEL ONLY 1

. writing Mrs. Nlta Brown Is ill, '
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.TRAVELERS WERE PATIENT
After being closed during the month of August, .

Remembering the hardships of the we can still take comfort in the fact "

we are now ready to serve you more stagecoach and covered wagon days, that America is moving at a pace that

travelers once !looked upon the new has astounded the world. "

and satisfactorily than ever. I Ir woodburner trains as solid luxury . When this war Is won, the trans- I .
,efficiently despite choking smoke, bumpy roadportation facilities of our country will It'k' ar'' I', I CI.

<' beds; no electric lights, no or have hung up an incredible record for t t

!\, dining cars . despite delays of hours efficient movement of fighting men and .

1 ,.' .. .' on end when great herds of migrating freight! and civilians, too. Meanwhile; ,
-. .."''.t'" buffaloes marooned them in the middle public opinion is agreed that we should

,of an endless.Prairie' not travel unless absolutely necessary .

Today, if the train, plane or bus is and,if we must go, inconveniences
late, if reservations are hard to get or cheerfully and patiently-like good '

we can't squeeze into the dining car, soldiers.

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In addition to applying the armed forces with glider and bomber fuselage frames, wing Liif ,. wunty .tttf rnrrlJ-

., part, gun turret part and foodatufla. Anheuaer-Buach produces materials which go( u/tili pndsta, D.JUI.Jwr
into the manufacture of: Rubber Aluminum Munitions Medicines B Complex may not tt ttuil+U* tvtrj

c11Ine II .'>.}.I'.. Vitamins Hospital Diets Baby Food Bread and other Bakery products Sirs you ciJl/tr !S. P,.)l,
"" Vitamin-fortified cattle feeds Batteries Paper Soap and Textile*-to name a few; everywb.ro Inn JltctvtnJ
"'", nfy: BuJwiiitr taitttMi
BuJwtiitr. Tit ii wbjftntinm
Sbry tt fit/or it.:
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I' 'Is PAOR EmllT BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGKAFII.: 8T.IRKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, REPTESIBFg4it .;: I I'r j

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Roads 13 and 48 near the Far- Benefit ..
t 1J. More Ammunition Carlisle, managing owner of tho j( Florida Group Peanut Plant Carden PublishesHis mers Market so that school buses Bridge -

I!! To Be Released Bradford Hardware Company | Of Banks Plan Possible For Starke, PlatformI can traverse it. The board pro- The JuniorWednesday WOlnan r
who Bald t that, although the sheila mised to have the work done aa hold a benefit r'lub

"d "} V Hunting enthusiasts will be were not available at this time, |I For Post-War PeriodWays Rotary Club Told stand for a progressive, clean soon as possible. at ? t b'lIlgI'' on k

li .E and noiseless city. A letter was received from M.O. o'clock
pleased to hear that 60 centi'r I ill
;; per there would be no restrictions on and means of solving Possibility of the location of a evening at the ClUb
at Lake
water Langford postmaster
of the total amount of ammunition I We have an up-to-date lIul1dlne.
{ their sale when they are released In Starke
postwar banking problems high- peanut processing plant I and sewer system, adequate fire Butler, requestingthat" repairs be
I;, W" '.. released through dealers to In the near future. lighted a two day conference of was voiced by Van H. Carden at i I station and equipment, together made to the Scout Hole Read. Recent Births

((' ;,\ ':, the public In 1942 will be available An announcement will be placed officers of the 15 banks of the the luncheon meeting of the Rotary i with fire chief and personnel.Now I Commissioner M. O. Harrell reported -

",(,tlt ,4 this year. I In the Telegraph when the am- Florida National Group held in Club Wednesday. we need to build up and Im-j that the water has just Mr. and Mrs. William
'f
"t, This [ and gotten low enough to permit repairs H a Bell of i
news from our light !
; came J. B. munition la released, Carlisle fialrl.sm Jacksonville Sunday and Monday. Mr. Carden stated that he had prove power Maxvllle gIrl,
ht .ilk 1'i' and our streets.I and the clerk was ,instructedto g'T* ,
''f The Florida Group of Banks, made a week-end trip to his old
I.!;: I advise Mr. Langford that work
for
and while will work and cooperate
home at Dawson Ga.,
I'1; i! with total resources In excess of will be done as soon as possible
these and other Improvements, including -
I
there contacted his former em- WISH TO
i ' ; $300,000,000, Is one of the largest ployer, Guy Richie general man- a cattle-gap beyond the Board Meet Again ANXOl CI

14U i ; Appearanceif' und strongest financial groups In ager of the Southern Cotton OH bridge at Blanding Center to rid The Board met again on :Sept. THE FOJ.LOWIXG

&, this section of the country, and as & Peanut Shelling Plant. He reported our city of hogs and cows so a 6, as advertised, for the purposeof CHANGE

'7' .I s such In undoubtedly equipped to Mr. Richie favorably Im- man can raise a Victory Garden explaining items increased more IN OFFICE
playa most important part in the cattle. than five percent In the
pressed with locating a new plantIn without being pestered by budget. HOURS:
1. economic life and growth of this this vicinity if farmers would We have enough money in War After adopting the budget,

,; State. The Florida Bank at the commercially.He off the other business was taken up and 9:00 12:00
I grow peanuts Bonds to pay city's en- : A, v
,"" Starke Is a member of the group the clerk l
"I" stated that his company would tire indebtedness and our current was instructed to write 3:00
I and the meeting was' attended by 5:00:
,f fn p 'send! a buyer here the first year, income can be diverted to Improvements the District Welfare Board No. 5 p,11
W. B. Sewell, president and S. I i
requesting that an Investigation
ffi' : offering a ready market for all I
Peek, Jr., cashier. peanuts produced, and( that after I pledge my support of !good be made of the condition of; DR. LEMUEL COLSON
kM t; f :,1 doesn't always mean new clothes Ball head the AlfredI
Edward of Buddy Starling who resides
: satisfactory pro d u ctlon was police protection, also of all departments about Starke Fla..J .
: DuPont interests in Florida, assured would be located three miles west of Lawtey I
y a plant of the city governmentif
?I ;. can be smart simply by keeping told the visiting bankers that
you
elected. .. _._
I, they must be prepared not only here.The -"" _._ .. ___,___
r Your vote and support on
r h plant at Dawson, GeorgiaIs

f1.!$ f; :\,i your clothes: neat and clean. Now when ior must many anticipate postwar changes a tremendous, but also now manufacturing cooking oil, day, Sept. 12 will be Tue8-1 EVERY BRANCH OF
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:"a' preciated.
? d :; growth In Florida's commerce, Industry peanut butter and 20 varieties of

;, conservation is more important than and agriculture."As peanut candy. Plans are now beIng I -Van H. (Oscar Carden.)
-Adv.
y' Florida bankers we have a ; made to add a plant for the j I !
t manufac t if'r of mayonnaise. InJuranceB.
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to advance i
) before let assist in primary obligation
yltF; i ;, ever us you keepIng Florida's economic progress in Spanish peanuts are grown be-'I No Travel, Funds, .

every way", Mr. Ball sail. "We cause they-are the richest in 011.// Rent Official Says ,
wardrobe .
to without
TIA your up par a can do this because we have sym- -

$ pathetic 'understan d I II g of the "The Bamboo" Opens J. C. Adkins, acting director-at-

'' great. expenditure for new clothes . problems and needs of out' industries Today Offering torney for the Gainesville Rent C. WALL
commercial enterprises and Control Office, states that it will .

t! fi our farmers, and a willingness to Quality FoodsA be impossible for any representative -


;{w , ; :Marke) Dry- (Cleaners-;- &- LaundryPhone - possible further way.their Interests in every new bar and opened complete at 325 restaurantand Temple I fice September.of to the travel Area during Rent Control the monthof Of- Agency

"We accept our responsibilityfor fir
i leadership and cooperationthat Avenue today under the brightly]I "Therefore, any landlord or Constant Service Over 50 years
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I 28 Starke, Florida extends far beyond that of neoned sign "The Bamboo", TIle tenant trouble should be com-

iI' '1 the average businessman. Bank-\ new spot will operate under the municated to the office in Gainesville Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

;" Ing is the keystone of our eco ownership and management of ,, by letter," Mr. Adkins stat-

t nomic structure. We will help to Joe Edwards. ed. ]a _, ... .....,_......, ..... _._ _n. _

;':' ":, First Quality HARDWARE provide the kind of far-sighted, A native of Starke, Mr. Ed- This action was made neces-

constructive assistance that Will wards was a postal employee at sary because of a lack: of funds for -
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{ 't' I 'hasten F 1 lor Ida's development" Camp Blanding until recently when travel expenses, it was explained. ADS

MIM Ball stated.A he resigned to formulate plans )

i' 11. 1\\ >,' large portion of the conference for his new eating place which, Board Promises

1. wax devoted to a discussionof shows promise of being ome- SPENCER SUPPORTS Individuallyd.lln..d. FOR SALE-two lot 50x101)) .
"1 : Road Mrf Bertha Pearce 305 tier Waxhlnxtui' & \\.Ilrr
thing new under the sun" in Repairs
I the policies that will guide the Went Madison St. 7-28-4lp or will trudi. I HI, tr"\
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: ) ., banks of the Florida National Starke. Edwards plans to caterto Halle. i.
"' ;. The Board of County Commissioners .
FOR 1-3-A Ornflex
T ,, the more discriminating tastesof rainera.Uaea
,, !, Group during the transition from real connoisseurs of [ met In regular session 122 roll film (post card PERMANENT:' AVAVi ,,9, p I. ,
to good food size ,
\ war peace. ) 4 rolls of film Included. own Permanent with Chi
: dit and drink. Monday, Sept. 4, and the follow- See at "My Doll Houve", Mouth Kurl Kit. t'omiilt'.. "qmpr
j it I "f t f fl II III I II ing business was transacted: Walnut St. ItpUK Including 40 curli"i ind Than
') Assisting with operations at the Easy to do, .abanlutI I) ham
R.
B. Lee
"Bamboo" will be, Mollle requested that a WARD for Junior size bicycle Praised by thousands Intli!
.J Snyder county road be graded from his taken from front of Carpenter's Fay McKenzie: glamorous\ it
'J 'I 'well known for her culinary treatsat Drug Store. See W. K. Alvarez, tar. Money refunded, KuatUfled.
/ PRESCKIITIOXSXurwn her Call street "Snack Bar" place southeast of Starke to State 331 NCherry,St. Itp KOI'h', Drug elant
I Road 28. The matter was refer- 18-[Ul-
f which closed last week so that STRAYED OH LOST -dark bay
Now more than ever it's important red to commissioner J. L,
to keep she might devote her time and > Wynnfor mare, approximately! 1,000( IhH. IK yoU WOULD: ni'Y 'on b
i your home in tip-top condition -and we've Investigation and report. Left Brooker Auff. 22. If found milk cow, stork ,.out
talent to this new venture. please notify O. D. FeuKle. cattle!', clock l/ ill]. '>. hOI
the tools that can help you do the job. Fine I H. A. Anthony requested thata Brooker. Up In touch with J. D Mum
quality extra Steaks, chicken, sea foods and blank space be placed on the Box 1: 247 Starke, Box tot 1.
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strong durable
;; :, and reliable .
Ml unusual sandwiches will be featured 1944 General Election ballot WANTED TO BUY Late model City. Telephone til Lake f
k tools that make the work easier and safer. pro 1040 or 1941 automobile. Will I
the
Bamboo
on menu and
serv-
viding for the election of a pay top O.P.A. price. Lindner
1 e ed in the refreshing atmosphere of Urlffl at Bradford Inn. ltp FOR SALH-MlHKlunnry mravrh
County Surveyor. The requestwas
plants by the bed. Jl Kh"Kalford
.4 COMPLETE A TI JOF VTOVE' a pleasant dining room decorated granted. No name will be Jloud. let. 3, PHI .i.I i.
WICKS FOR SAT.E 20
acre farm 6 miles 1-11-
; spicily In fiesta colol'll.The printed In thla space however, from Sturkft, 1 mile east of lamp
, All Stifles and Sizes,.<...., bar Is operated In an adjoining so that each voter write in ton. 5 room house, out buildings .I WANTRH:' -InfnrmitlM, 1adlnprecovery
Ii.t ... may In fair shape. 150 bushels!' of corn. of small. black, null-
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) ....3 room.
the candidate of his choice. Enough to fatten
peanuts 30 h..adot reinforced with wlrf, W'(
DAVIS PAINTS & SUPPLIES R. D. Hunter requested that hoifs. 8 head of cattle; 12 bead Starke restaurant Tuoda) of(
pf hogs; 1 mule; plow tools See week. Owner not able to IF
: To Cut Power some needed repairs be made on W. L. Andrews, 512:! West Madison restaurant. Please mitlfy( B
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,'a Three Great Names, Representing the the county road connecting StateMRMORItM St. Will Hell cheap. 9.8 2tp ford County Telegraph

"' Rest in Floor 'Waxes and Polishes I George B. Flynn, superintendent HELP WANTED-High school girls WE CAN NOW lUrt-pt, orderVenetian .
of the municipal light and water to work Saturday and Sunday. 1311 I I n d" P \C']
'i' OLD ENGLISH plant, announces that It will be mother In loving; Mrs.memory Hnxanna: ; ;of our William;d ear, Oppor Hood pay.tun I Pleasant t y to learn work.Rellinir.Apply Starke. -

J Xurwn know they can relyon necessary to shut off electric current who departed thin. life two yearn 1 National Army stores! 125 Hast LOST-one dark hruwn. somaswt.
t JOHNSTON'S a O'CEDARBRADFOR the purity and accuracyof a 11I'0. Sept. D, 1942. I can hot, Lord Call Street. HI'HEr.p 900 to 1000 lh.. 'lalt'1leg ,
} prescription labeled with In the southwest part of your purponebut; all in well last, seen about lute I tart
? town for several hours that'll done by thee! WANTED-Married "oldl..rawho place. If found, pie'"
our name which always nignlflcn Sunday The world may change from wish to work Sot
Saturday and tlfv J. M. tlrlffli-. ll:
quality.Carpenter's, morning. Only the area south of year to year, our live from day Sunday an salesmen Muxt have Lawtey, Fla. HewaidPOK '.
Madison St., and west of the Ford to day the loving memory of you permission from Provost Marshall'H
dour mother will never fade away. Office. Apply National 1 l0oo'O.'
garage will be affected, Mr. Flynn I' We always nit and think of you and Stores. 125 East Call (Street.Army lip block WALK at .15 CHKAH each-57 1fW''
stated.It of the way you died, that when 150-quam. '
oted pole
light
: you left you could not say, not IX>NT-ONK RED COW and yearling mineral au r faced HARDWARE COMPANY Is necessary to cut the powerin even the last rood-bye. heifer, white plded marked stones 7notnneededuto .h.d.J

The Rexall order to make line repairs. It severe The, blow we never wait thought hard the that ahock death crop fork under In bit the In other.one ear.Contact swallow buytln'bulldlthis i'! '

J. B. Drug Store was stated. Power will be off In wan no near. Only those who have O. C, Canon. Btarke. itp material See man oat
CARLISLE Managing Owner lout can tell the of
Starke Phone 64 Florida that section from about 8 a. m., without farewell.Sadly pain parting old F. H. A. dimontlnyrt"Inn
AN'1'fo.JIJ-"at 4hwk
car $200: cash will I project torn ted 1
until early afternoon. missed, huy. Must have good Ur"... Write of old Camp Plun.llnj. hl|"
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,I. 66.== COUNTY TELEGRAPH )'ridv. sept S. lull -

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', '? of . '. o> IMS I "OU JVta 4no It-lr. ibai, bat ..,.* i, Ait>(,uum. M see n uDtciDt.at iv. and on ana aftet tn*
Tututioii ot IBBS. 01 Uie I m.trlt' han. l.t.d a tm' hot 44 at Article. Ul nl the Unnatitutinn ".wn and'DOO L'.r; 01 of the term of each of 8pllt'O

1 >uia pa" 10 ..olnl Rot_ I tne Pnrtietb year .and otn Unmet Senator sleeted. jrtiform it uSe count State ind nr Florida relatinajtr I I Fbt "nunu..1 a, and Oran* I, 81tlt nr said Cunt. the Ount.nII"
to U>. I municipal
,
sacs !; duunct
cv. own
amendmenta e
C" \untv
term I twr from the 1.ICInr I""t
:n* 1 lo a > ear 'irnmeni ano the aMUficatlon m.nIOlpl tog
I IsUL
forU.' anuilireed I
districts
!btMLa 0 also now Attorn. ohal b
sic Ovneriu ElnrtinB f 1044 I : ; ina tuwue ba ana ui la'irrcbf :th.r IDI.h.
U> Oy vote I Ir eI"t rt. laid SenatorinnJI ot Itl. < arue ". OV law 3- wI. :' ,HT b. our(. Mid Counties duties
niBmOure elected I IIw and agteed to and ,. .if Ununty Solicitor
Jill the onl' afterreated by n encb nl .Hid C. within earn nl
tour .
tor it fenrtoept
i term u.
i elected
milled elerton
U' the the Suite
vote on auia. I shall become
the retair ma tne .lld the
that in anne nt u vncnocv iu offIceIled of Florida at tba Oenerai Election IIRpreCPntatve CUDtl 'hal cntrl Cunll. dul.
I Attorney .
,
f nwreo upon tbu in each 5
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-
wer. .
? in itltc* Secret art it : 0101"1 .ale
WIt the yawjn I ttt ) bo be oeid 10 IBM oi CnuntlraSrctloo
.
,journal the purpose m wurma
..I: .I" thoy dia dIerI I tuna 14 1M3 .fo approval or rejection that e poiinn the miStaKe U '* imtHmcrt.ld uponproperty I I >. o and after the e>x.piraiiou p r rl .
ai that Section 24 nt Article
... tluintjDmUuKl I ,
I1a) 1 uial 111. d in SkId. OOUIIIIM subject toad of terms or the Clerks
a W tft. eleclura I IQ A JOIN tVLU'I N frupoamn 1CAmauu the Constitution the Se. at Florida of
a aorm or other lIke taxes within U. Criminal Court 01 ot
ul bneiuaiibUliuu be mended Col Rod
ueueral luucuoo u a* t *"
uia btuba 01 Ir luriaa lows each respective on.n.npam' tWO. 10 oraiixe Counties, or Which and
tL( ( u In. district or othet IPIMW taxing a.a they Met ara serving or nave been ,
.. R. A. GHA*. u. ..: u.W& abo1i44 J. Section M The oeuKlBtvire snail Tax ,
\JiUl., K..I. and the County A ea or in eacn January" 1. lM9! the affirm
U' 'i'. ... US Slate ot k'luriua.notice . 0 lbs faacaUA estabiwh a uatlorm system ot count* or saId CountIes' shall iu dftermtntDR of the . at the Criminal Oourt Center
...1 1.. uuii Uu u uuuw_ . U. .. .&444LO and municipal itnvernuient which, shall neb aaseNeliwat add lbs anumut levied ol Kvcord in both Onuntiee and the PH'Trading

.. ., ., ....R...- jdbIIQN ...naUM. ,. .......". t&flasbLSda. be loci!aPPlcnbl. ,except in eases where and i mix.eu ov ucb 0\1& t L. Clerks nt the Civil Courts jl Heoord
-j, Cul4ity m Florida .. .. .USSWWMS5. 0554855555546551 .". laws are OMVIOI. nrITIAV amount unposed Ov rMp"v and the Court ot Crimes in Uade I Banding
.. 21 ."vi ucveeuuiit the (mluiiiuui. ..u. .. sM AL I.. 4 5555L5U55 ....... hereafter be ornvidad LeaIsiature OoiuHiee 0 Undo aud Orange.MttiUuu County anntl all be abl"n.c and the

><- ... U. I"M. . CSaSS t5U44555. .. .. that may D I.o..nlIh.rewltn a*, A_44 i _>** c-w 4iM.i| duties at the C'.rk.lmID&'
........ .WU .. atuUft utuvuy tkuiuvu bu. * .. Court ,
'UW' u .555. ui 0 o 0
Filed ottlce .e".U" .a.1 ( 04
in Secretary State .1. .
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uva juabiua uuuicu iu MU.Ucwuuly. 8.ctlul respective Clerks ot the Circuit Court FUKTVSiRVElVlected
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4 ,...... ... M 1M Term ot Oltlce eraouc sakes 14OW ii-SUUUU Uj Ue . U new
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_ 5545. 11 uiuOi'Viuu 1 iupeciivUutuiuc $ .Incumbent
._ *u uuuvviiuu uy luua Mayor Charles A. '
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avuue 01 nuriua lot ruimuaiiuu o SUUiiUbi U> UlW BiVCbUla ul <-.. wwu aiiu* save auu BilBkb. percent
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9 UH*. tui"beci > w..4. kJuue qualified. In of
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.. \ rJ."luu. uuu a roomers In order
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JU'' ."....Ob '47.. Btata Abtorneya Judgnaol V. aa Miuauueu.oaii . .. uU. > ". uuu IBM vvibiuu imotlate them open
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o A Uuuru ot HtcorU auaiVouuty t..u. uuu bus /unllown. an hour and half
criminal
WUUIUI.UUUU Ui Ml* OMM U< tun luui ".1 oe untVUUUbjf cuuubitie .) uy yc-Uu vtucbiuuCU WUUilllbUblUii BUUll lUUUiilUU :ihlldrrn while their 1
. SkSSh&VU ..... ooiisivura ISLSCPL LAss juu a .| &. Ut ILlS UH A-U.U PilUi. MUCK a.U Vi all. AW**) UUliiifclU ") buiu Ai blklB, UUU par- I longer than the usual six o'clock
..j4.S5* . otJtuoutt 01 Hocuro.ol .uU..tu. O
.
... UI ... "uUIIU1&4 .nubolioibu. UoUub) auau LIve ./ /. ... UULllcbSui I uLUiU bUe iHUb bu aitaimta u.U cuuac ffUkU ... UUMkbUl> Ul ObUfct. makIng funeral arrang'- cloning; time.
fibcaoiuu
0.1.1. UUB
.... 444U kW MUOittUUMI aauu "u..' wuicu uiSulvba .uaiiua bUupiuu ui bu'e Ai Uciutuuy 10. IMio.A .
.. .... .U5UUUU.. UUML4U .". be aiecbed oy u>a auaiitivd" e."wr olcouubiea uuu..u uua to tiv. ....... andauau bttxue.uiuuadpui..U. 1..1 wtbUtu bueWUUlibi I I K. O. Uunca. Incumbent member -
45.. ... .. ol biioit tsapuuliVB JU. .. CICUI' wa uwuiijr Mm pu*.iuia .4.U U.UJ .JIJIAI 50844..444y learnnl,
sssA._ *IflS LiU4MIflS SM.5Ms4 uiuer auU ot- Bi4uaiiu ** Ui ... .. rl..1| )yestenlny that of the
c. .. City Council
&4s.LLMI. a t.a. prupuikiou 1 Iua uibuc uub I" buuu iuwvu ..I) .>euubtce 4UiU.4UU.UUb bUllbib e VIA* Piidthe
pl..u. kins
0..1. *
) . fLCi5.IS .rs l.eL. noaru ui Ixuuuty .. cuii pv.iaiuiubiuu .fcifcUbiUAA Ui rcfimi-d, to ncci'pt
) U44U4M .. \. UWLLLS "' o. atat _t .. .. ... .... 1.1. .. 1.. .oriouiiai. Coutba ot cuuubiua aiiiui irutu tiuie to ... ..u m py 45445144544IAIUU IllS bUa_ lJeiiWa V Ui JTUfchi AU fiom (lie xtilck-
a ... &.. J .. 'nl8t01 wus re-elected to
o _. .U 4LIJ.b5545 Deya, U"I' buiiuitora lu biuia Wi... uounuariua ui SUdS uiatrlcu. UHjuuu.utsi ui .u. .. .VA-vU* tUiU .. .UiVtUuU. Ui ...*_, Uf "J've another
County > her
.. i
. Record 'l"eplt11" uubvt-Uiue uy kindness andy
emu Cuunty Cotuuiuuiuucraauaii wuu uun 4151514555. 4uu1g
1<
ouiy 41851414444455 by vote of
.. \.bt&USMU? ................v..US1UJ... La .... JudHB and ouiicibor Cuuuiyi ot tua tuaii.un oe aievted uy bua Qu..vu eieciw .Oipuuiy. ..*.JuIL WUe..e .IU. iviiU 4 i UV iUtt UiU .U b-i.* au**-J O..u.Ui ........ tell 1 282 The IwoolHI'
. ,,i RBCUIU ol ora ol aiu ..... viiuubive w.biaUeuuu coiincllmi'ii elected ('.
a".wu. cuuuby at ILlS .. 0n415 were
J ..1 44.4U I LASS 'u..u.. nVia aeobiou u> 1MB .w. aua ,. uc .u. .. .u.I. 4 404454415 .. ----
.. be at Uia u"1 place til vutiUH Lot ouier oucu neeuuiuetavutiuK 444158S5o4 ...
.. cuuuby ui- .. Q41l A. :
. )44U ."..... I UVU to buna ollioa tua I.. lueaday atbtitna aud auau Hold SlUice lui lour IUUICI..I. .JUI.1.ot./ eiucb boUava u.. ... 444545141) 1444 1445 4555555 1445 .1....) Knight who run Ht'cond wtthn

.. .sj4ML4UMM4uLL 4aVs4UUUJ. ( ULlL8.4IILUM5 lust Mouduv J5.MUt5Y. liU, ,."ur.. truvicleu that the c-uuiity Cumiiiittaiuuera euiu.. uiuuicipuuiv.. "u.. uuilecuiU 4AiJA ObUbU O'i 5045155 t-4U ..6. tally of 273. and. I'V.. I Hayea,
sUU.M4S ..
.. LOX a t.m ol lout yBora."Tna eiucbeu liuiu bliaeveu 1.1.0 umjuriby ui (*>**. 4)454. A iMUiAib Cows
uy
uuuiuered ur VAVtt U> OtM. ., Tested third with
54 .ss4sss t.I OdhsaJa4.M term ut bBUura ut ultica ot uj- o..u. 4444514445. a total) of 233.
... uutricis 1IM4 buub 545(154 wUUUbjr ,
serve lur U81l4Ll'l5U >u _
vubuitt II o..o. *4 Ut Uk--t4
... s4" Mu .1 . LUiUI.M or uareulter appointed two luuaa elect "I lassie ... U uyAUt.il .. .. *.bl*". Of the three eliminated
. .. Doe b.r.wlor. yeaia ou 111-<4 truiu uub CULUU uuUvi .o ai.cb.u-e. 455445 . .e .. .... .. .. Clulcl
M&b4..b. iu .uuuuiuanall
ouikui uuioiu > .
.... uuuieUiUur .
.j LQ any II ISiS uuu uuuiottitHl dtatricba snail serve vub bue 144444.451.5 vubutt bo .1114444.11US 54 44051.13.
.. .. Junlus
Uil M.
_U VUiit4UB M* aibuudeu uerouy.my und
.. .unj not lur lour yeura. tnetcrma bucbiuue i uuu 4 uviiiui. ui Utmy .4 S04._. . Iln"ldlte"
'' 5444iA44. .. JsS5L. ". unuancy ui aiij ol auuu u..u prior ; .1"1 be IUI. .ue'.a'w. r>ruviucu. USUISI45,54445l5 luiia bu Cuit uU-l UUIUeuCU 4 .. a W4. _., .. 'B and Bangs Van I II Curden tied, for fourthplucc
. asL5U kU asusLL fueaday : fIrst . .. i' .
.U aaid lust atl ... -
. to a t.r c. buktiou 11 ui Arbicie ViUot Uib-ibeUU. 544.45 bUJkCVUiuUI ( AMa* b-U iUieUta-M < I
., LUtJ lUwUbOfa iWllUM. .U miea --tb.vtW>>.ifcMi on the both I
& .55
t. la January 4bbiuue -
0. .
.. . O .. Mouuay .. \u..tu.&UO shall uut oa ai- !585. tU.U IUU.L.1 UCU OVVUt. ba\a V -. i-. WUMIV.vUfc.UUA tckrt. 111)111
M
lUU L.4UM UUAA bna Uovaruor auOoontiruiauoii b* *
.. nupomtniBUt oy I.Ct." n..by. uilI uticut itiiiui be eiiucLiveupuu bube utuiiu4 40.454,55 bw *. 17N votfM. I,. M. Galnn,
l.4.44M' UViU iUHbinal Uia bcuabe aa Heretotora beAMU** II"th
.&.s.5.. aseL I.A.. LMU. .u. . 'I et' Use Uuuabituuou butIn I pnud a. ui 1U4J.Ulc Secretary 0 State uiuuiciptuity eu.u utuuii .iju.uy t'.ucuii uub&. tun bu vveubnay ooutvttivcbiuu aAUbUiU hue WUUUb I Ula'.i.ba.JA '. *i ftU-VW* lowlnl letter his just man In the ni( <*u received 121.

.4. -* .".. &.W.. o lor any luuiiot man untutua M 41,1801. 544115 A4.Mi.iiwUM**( ClaSS _**
uo co 08451144115 A .1,55 4 k 4UiiU >. f_>y UUUtMr) (Ived by Devoid of "iHHiioH", i there, was
0. Ass a46)4W.LKU Uia mat Moaduy u..r trUWbMUUlkiUittU County Agent
..
.IU uui uUc.b oucbiuue UUl __
i.U.dll L4
5 .1. LUUUSUS A. U. H'a l A JOIN1 KlbUJU'UUl Popo.lnl an M1.4U1 .u. . tuitM UvbbtUU MUU from Illlla In the to
ir faptiirfl
.". : AiueuuuiBiit at (t. t tt. nuu tf ul .. ATbicie.uALtpb UfcVtv. 1.4. MM *b-U bittt . Dr M. "V. Hlerl l'Il.tnl
aL4 .. . USUL viuyaUlCU Ally provuiuu .5 LbS Conatltution iuastate UUiAUUbiUU UlbuAf ... "*MV UWi U.6
ol rionda u> lio Ott bU* 5.a8bC4l4.Uw .. "5445.54 4554 .)44 been ( the the voting pub
twuuwu
foiI Imagination
jML .4sUSLasIM. & .. cuutlicl Ueraby aa ATbluie 1 wuivu .uuiiieutuiu .w Jl..a.e.U eating COWI
.. ., ..... ..... ......WH.U.. .. In l.r.w.1 r. XJi O..u. I-I uiuroui. K.I..- iu UA.U..w uSU..4445.llL uuw piuv.uuu) uy tuw.pruviuua 4ai.l-.vbkiU44 A-iatoCiUt UA Ut bA4*. .*..* 4'AWAtU.l .tUi I Hangs dlxeaau inS I lic. Chief concern seemed to b
tu
.5- . .., .... IL, 111.a. in Office State lug ll. "U.U.I.lu. ul Certainuiiicui uuueia.city LJb1j4544. MV **- bsUM15l tlil
.u .u.- ".. tec.ta 0 155 lJ11W5V4. Uiub .. HUV fc.WW-4 fcU UeV.M i the to elect good, to
,. ... .... ...* ( UV lit. 1843 . 0 uaUB and uutu 1158105.4181 UU VMtl .U.i A UUak_ i efol.t men
M ". cbaba ol fiuriua, uc buwu 5404'U uajl tUtrCi bAitJ 4l.s. .
54).54 &SUL4555454U55 ud pruuaiiau V'I" 45444) M4UAAM.M <*V.W.W guide the | of
.. acAmauuuiuut *u baicl Cuuuiiu 101 tue 1w".a..UI UPUU petitlUU 1I4LU ttt IVit-tb tU4. JV4. 44.5. H* .u. .*. 76 Iota of dairy cattle. desUnlt1 St/lkl
fropoalnff
454.4455 JUS oa US.US4J rceub
JUIN1 by 41111 p
A
.v vtucuuu
....1.......i.t'uikiuuiiittijb.a KEULU'10N iU ..CLIU 1 ot tue Uec.larauiuu ..... and ul "..w.u" axiu Oolitic Uuye pnui oi bu .u.titi.taUiU: euiibieu bo a-HCWIi.U-4 y 55544.. bUe*. A4W-U M4U_ ... dtUUaU Ilk cows and small farm during the reconversion period.

5444&. LM&VU Oeli ol Uuu>uiuuoaof .u. u..u. Cuuuty Mu- ... bue uuttiiuu olwiiotlitr WUU-i. M AMW*efUi The newly elected official will
..... u. I. bUe
RIII. iu ucu
anu uistrict laxea Vole .IU" 4444545553 Ji taling 300
ulciuui cattle have
. furmituuB .aUDe A-4-4WUU.Uk4.ii..
toUuuula
rl" . ULUL .. .. "... tha If'&Ur t1..1 Municipal < .UI oc uub HUCU uiuuicipuaty Ui *iUiiU., ... tlLM-VaM sWAa-e ftVAvvOin Into onTueida
4555455 .555555. b'LUS4U5.. 5.4L5.M t.I-WC'lww..lon. H.l..u 1.I" aud beciiuue i uuu 4 euail *U* tXiO.UikAUt tculih ,In BrAdfordAll otc +
.uu. ....rl' las tjuuaulidatiuu ol uia Duuua oy .. a3bUfc UU-Aby. te"o -
554545 4545 Iw1, UUlc ol uaa upon a 045510451s151 itUAiiUpw *- ovtV3..V
Uua froceaa ... tue uuiiot. :
.. uu
.. I.. "... .Wlluout Just 55004.ponsaUwi. County J/rosecuuir and witatuat be piuccu tUAU-a bu Aye 4884551 _u bi-w westietlye tjitseeenmlns.s '
W544M Couuly.iutia us..54.asss Private Property ucn u.uu.cipuntynail wuuMby "
ol Uuuuu
w..I" ..o..u tie uy bue
.... butt .UH..w I iU". by irovdIM uie Kl Qt ut Ins ol t..te A.tuu.. ,. auu Combining vote to Uiortf-Ui-r a ue OU..U oy uu b.otioxui. AMUUi U 0144,5( wu UA**>>... 85141441) OCAAUUA itluri haa*been
ol Criminal ObAAUUAWAtti

WLs4." .wUUUblu.4. M5a4455., tlonun., 4juLS.ULUL ULUUl COUbtl.o or.ru. L ou 111.1 Nut ot 1.. .&.D.8 CivU / (11, ClerJt Uutiea ul ll Uuilectur aud- rbe County lax Awaora N -UUi 5548&iAUACb .*5.5lMl1.50415485.. 444618* i. me she county. be I, Hunting Licenses

witn ot u>a uucuit aW-UbUJIttbUi .
In WOOf "ceLOD' 504451 Mb 4 Sue .
Nou-Meuibersuip any Ouaauua
448j15.
.. LU5LLSL55 .1. eZLaUJL58L .HIP or our" i.uoiiecbuie ui tUbiVe OiWttiUiA ted.
MI ILLS SUL55U 155545. USe Union or Labor Omanizatiou: and cuuuitea euau iiupuee uo biiue .IWttl iiULU biiUV bU Now On Sale
14464u.44l
I\U\ 5555545 5.SaU 5.I44I155OS. 1555 Providing that lbs Hignt ol Employees Bit 1 ROLVE 1 FUJI LJLUla- Uruun by way ui Ion ur obUurwi-te bue puwui. iuuuuuu. euucbu*. .pu-vu.'iui( I the heavy demand for I
,
I..u. .. u.. 4)5 t ,"...... ..., ana . iiiiuw t4irae t be \.II.U. ul w. OU' u.u. wit-ivr armwltu.u a. .e* Icenl'l 111"
or 4 U4bbVU
piiui.uiuuvu, to BACH. ul Uie live BS"rea.rec: BY rHB. LEX3IULAIUKBO ot fciuriuu OI .. "..uyuuieiiUou t.e.. CountIes ( 1.1 Lb.lr eurvictw Wmaa'nl AA, MUUiut. UUAe-.4pU iiJa.tfWi.tM,. Ui . OUCbiUU 1 k was seriously Inter- yesterday, the office of County
uwi. .'" aud IWO |J| : rl-OUlJUA: oy aruuie XX uioreto auu ol piUViUe Uy ..
...1.* ..u.'.'. ca...... ol Uu) clemututoci That tne '" 1'H IrAn.m.u 01 l"ot to tneCouatltutlon uud 155 ..all'1. .< ia aKreau and u-MUMiiueute ur acreaKO ta-iue COI."IIU' .., 'u,... bue Ul ILls MJ4.wU4iuu.. by..1 uiM-Uvut. h on several ..ccalloll.I' Judge E. K Ferryman.M .

.ui. "IWu. ouuuuaa and ol the mate 01 Florida.auction uuail oa suuiuibbuu UiB electors ottua gUISeS.d va.u.t inipuaod or bo ue unpoeuU Uete* .buAwe ."v... tUe U* 45544u.o4 w \ r desiring the teat >trxh, hens wIt an open season
<
atttte uy
ftLttt . for aduptiun orrejucbiuu atabeoi o5M. wuuui,
euCli Uiertiuiui. 01 .o'la. oi tu
'
/"II".V. 1 0 H of the U"Claall> HIKut .& uuUvr. 11. Huibure wouuby "". been tented but there from to Nov. 20
tue .o. ouuuu Sept. ,
UBX& Uwuii.be
tfenerui
j, .u. .. In. .a. atUIB ot said Conatltution. b.oa lbs >amela electionta oy iuw 'OVII. lur pay* oputitti Lao .1. : ale
"i4iit ul ..o appuriiuiitueo. nereby aKreed to. Use .am. mall ". uaia in USe year jui. -wal menu t'l"rd"tu ILlS re$44801.Ve" " ur U4ipUliUU*. ." eVittUiUbe ass. A-VU* tnotigh to constitute( a the only game that may be hunted -

euuiiio ue '.' to apuor* to Lbs quatilied' electors ..xdeetioli auuu uut not bu excveuoue .
"' ' be auomliied a'CU Couutiea in uu dwcbiuu ..
A-k rTuiu woik. I ilewlro at the time.
auu .. .
,
uiui j very
UUU LUISUS. tile filBLial.* Lbs state ot Florida lot ratification Cuill ol n.ude auupuid uu* present
ut lUab
5.
'el..e. uu uua stieS mid. per cul."lu. y A. iwiu, ILls
ui .L .I .. ul L84rU5.8UL8LlV85.II or rJu'loO at the next ensuing nifeub. LiDCoinuur 4551. !..*. ILls uuutyIUA by lite "uU.cu I .. & tuK.uguutuority .4. Uie . ui cuuuby. Aa* ...U..1.Y complete thIs work Oi Quai01 open Nov. 20 and,I
\ .Mii.iuuruua
.
00515015015 *
ot -
auiMiuu ul 15555.44s4 LieKia- > ul
Kuiui to
.. 11 ..> ul uia iimea nuraln uuaWiirtita Section U.nerl ElecLon. Utl.aLo.tnat la or aay.RIIUL wa AtMBbsoia uiauKw. ul br.ai.e bua ol O..tl.friurida.ul uaueauu uud. amtutwuiuut 10 tucurreu C. by buereitp riur.uu.bue couuby*UU>A uuuecb .. bMu teviuu.. have a day or two of """ Frb. t: and I lh.i name

tt ii.Mii oe tue duty uf lbS of ISis Constitution Le eacn uecuuie auu oe bne .a ciive CuuiHiu. UUUUiy/ to.ilUUi oy iue o.uiw, ..I). land In the county. lutes apply to turkey and! squir
U-KL .r. ui i.eMiaiaiurea aucceedintu,4 read .- &.. OCUUUA UiAiUibUtfi
be amended t au propuuy ui tueu on and after the .
ai dvitaiua ul tue L.ug5eLslUr5.LLS4 FLOrd. . r.I.LV."UU'l. SUCtIOn a. .1.1 opuciiu *M>AAUUA i-JinUtUbe aiiu uu* 4pln follows "., aud tney suall t 01 beriu ui tne coutiiylux uiCipiulliua.
>peciai. ur tteguiar aenaiua. G "Section 12. No person .h.1 oe rub- d. .. uiaae all aasvaMuieota ot advatureiu expiratiou tbe Couuiitre oi Lmue Sue e In assIsting with thisflcereiy Dove season opunx Nov. .21) and
>PIK Uie rBpreoLiuutiun u> be twice ut m Uu..ctura lor "IU..I. *uuu at due .wetf* .
to Jeop.av lo aud acruaKB baxua and other uraue ol fc'.orlUa. LUiabive
Jet auU clones Jan. 19.
,b1SaL! iua in cue ttuuae ol .ep'. nor compelled in any It.t. elect OIU. .1. auci iruui biiiM
taAua Uiat ur oucu 8PPI'eclatell"who
s.m. oleDR. may be iiupuaed upuaruai ma bo uuue 1558155.4154
.. US aeieia pruviaud. lbSg444 Be a WitnesS .. WUCI ( .. lu-i vuacb 4445 vpevity did Buck deer Nov.
criminal or ol January let. get season
rcderoj c. r als&ul. "".o.a. pioperty tiieir use.luciuOing 01 tue d.tl iuti bue puwvre* luucbiuuit. Uubiue 5.4,0 open( <
ur regular.suu oe deprived 01 '
..u.r"Mull*UICUBVII atiall n.v nlnel. property nor without due proems ail .m.u.by way upon ol a properly smiiie valuation eaco Ills* dunce 'D'1.U.upuu tue- 01 couutyIu Uade. "..".v".u.. ui ....j 41&.ew ed recently should lint 20 ant Clones Dec 31.

5.tU ueareat auv apportionmentUt nl. ; nor shall private poperL betaken municipality. laWn, at.u". or 10 ouierapeuuu awl Orauice uU.etor oy.I law Cunt.'DI Arlcla. tiuu. ..14., .1 mid*u.I"'IU.I' 1 o. j Mr. Dyer at onco sot I The season for KI.... duck '
lilauivBa ll> trie aeuata and ) The ..W. pruviue
': tu iljuau ul 5L85.reoezjLalsvv.. tiiailoon runt ot without persons Just to work snail not bec1uiIvd taxing uouutiva dintrict.Such iu ad Uade valoremaooeaauieuui audOrauKe null tlie ruttpecuve oe i-BHUiuCd Clerke and oi takeu tne Circuit, UUa bue ouiioubiou. 0154e. ".W repurtiuti.o ay arrange the date with' and coots openl Dec. 20 and clone, .

| "', mumuu tuco apportiouu' aoridKed on account ot mem.bersnip aud OraugeCountiee. UWOUTKOlUtfUli Ol .. Utt). MJUtfUbeU 20.
II .,.I. or aUali ba subject to review Court m and for Uacl u, ILls Vvuunty lux Cuiiecujr. r. Jan.
DoUt evuui tlie or nonoiembersnip many tticn eacn tatteover
.I..tur. equalization by County board Who enali
L. ---- --
.. i reuppuruon tee ,epr"eDta. labor unIon. or ,labor organization; ol.uu iualieabion: ot eacn County whicoiu the boon*. fUnd ana "CoUD' 1& se.ui lU uUI.. oeutebtjury. at cttoM.
'u>u i. LAtiMiutura aa required Of : tnie clause shall not be .
provided that eaca County snail the lor eacn ount'
ul < collector
se y- oi tne iue
I'ton i inieut oeture ItS deny or abridge the right cou..t and 90185 .Awt In cmpu..c. aald of "Future Club"ed
'OWL. .aJuurn. construed to eras County CouiuiUMiouera aud one wno tnoreuller .nal be ttnuwn prupc/ftiia wlt leeting Mother'
,,. 14055 IllS
labor
uco extraurdiuarv Miaiiinni and through a "elol"nl.
Circuit
of employees by apu i, r anall not nr labor union to bargain m.mbe ul uucxurution 'ut. Uiervur.. .U
organization .tad.
r..ppru".m.D' or tuwn in each County COUl" Tax oleClr" by Talk Personal Caret
,c end of collectively With theIr' employerFlied for lieIs .IJ"ele.I. a-tmtf rettu-luuune .are on
f .xpa. .t 01
I naviuK population more than tbe "DL wlen
by
lo r""p.ctv tot
,ivt> 01 at until reap- in Secretary State J.OUU the said P'UVII" .w Keutii-ui niVLUuiia .
tUo 0 last census;
I <>.: ", u eftecten. and snai OOD.n Mav 8. 1843 ot .eu.I"t'u.a naii OL."rwU oe 8.a Section 0 On and after the .". 1. :11. of tuirliiu.IX lLb.IMONV. meeting of the Future knitting Inntructor.
tuco WUEHEOr.
>
uainea 9taar
"* Lao ov "en.. law time ration ot term ot toe County A nave Club at tho Walnut Mrs UlchurdHon b.i on hand
rut i ; Cut nty
to time in force theequalisation ,. ot Uncle auu Orange Countiee.Florida n..unt wi .
I I RESOLUTION an pertaiuinR to ticitora
,. I
31 I i I. umendnieot oe ratified A JOIN to Section Prp"lnl ol t... puva.C. every for woicn .nal b eactivrviuH iSEALt "anl of and tIle .. the Gre-.l 3<> Club wan held onI ut th" USO Club teach knitting
biuie
,
0 ,rai m 1044 01 jVlur-d-u
*' DIIII OT.CtluD called witbio ninety puC&II 11 nt the Constitution Uniform ot InC State municipality' 01 in 3.UOU eacn or may naVIDI ap.a .adopted' at tne Ills Stats time thU'.ALele" \ .t 'Cal.._.. ine t... September 7 at 2 o'- help with knitting problems
Relating to Atu'D. ..
U1 alter tor tne ol ttenwr Flnla. Count. ppu.atlo. snail uu JrU . and Issue Ked Cross and,
.1.CLml al"uDa member Ciiuntlca. h Club
tne IJUtai, and uovernment and the no anal and Orange rp.cUvl. U. C Ibray. Major I yarn
"
r of Cities' and Towns be become a part of lbs Bora be and become tbe tocutL'R Of- II. neeillett ,
o
t 1Uthi( ind Port -finit I41ctm Cl siflration all the of 1 AbrurriH ., dlrecs every Monday Wcdnewl.iy,
BY- THE L UI9LAlUEUt Equalization for the purpose ol equalization flcere of CrU1na CUt
IT
tot, Uuiriaui lo .ucn tpecial BE; REOLVE laZes any Uade and Orange rMPeUv.* 1.1 0UMb I radford-Clny County : and at 11 o'clock.
OF'pwo Friday
.
'\' ui. yauatora L U rturty* 01 r1 tTAT 1LRAI 0 a rep.et DpI _. .
rieuun unit, UIHCUHHI') "i'ig, a nnaiiouH carts game
moncni, I _..-***} ut .'u..t.J.dY you und H J. Gomes Outildo peaker. perKonl1 I'
tvucn tur tne past and
Htlc. I and! Infantcaro was tIle cause of many shout
: minutes: or for the same be Inscribed on Ltook oC c/Ie durinI pregnancy.
declared) .thU''iIsbwah coming here from Ocala. tie .* will core from time to time. 'much laughter at married
I with 20
feeding army
18 DiMes tie
'the time In a clorinated bath. r Life. at
Important phase Next Sunday
mos evening eight be folks' club o n .
') 1 home should also be wIveM. There will three mote I supper
both commercialPrivate Iin a private Otis of Teday
t'Plating a o'clock Keyrn
Boy Scout NewsWe Chaplain seimlunn of the the next evening. Sgt. Jack
kitchen pcalded with water of a comparable group I
yet In tooy Camp will have charge
Unnlng covering inoculations and child M'urano, Mrs. J R Kunnell. and!
< sea 1 u the most neglected. temperature (boiling water I of the Bervlce. He will bring with I
are happy to have Crowded Out Mrs. Miles Stump and
dlseiiNen. All mothers
ever or prepared
off the stove Is best.) I
In-anlUry ry disheH are one of : right Scout wear his uniform to I him a soldier quartet ant pianist, ant mothers are Invited to Join tX.c.the I nerved the d.lcoul dinner. All

frPate.t medius through i The hanger of spreading meeting. Monday night we studied Jamr'e' I'. Illgxrlnlmtham (IIreotor to furnish the music for the even- Kioup each Thursday at 2 p. m. married service peopla are In-

huh" J1'rm. are trnnimlttiMl 1 dishes It thorough washing In first aid for half an hour then I of the TKO Club at Ing. These men have been at theTabe.acle At the regular army Wives' I I Vltnd to attend the dinners held

J'lally In public eatabllshKobert home liowpter. Is not a played Blood and Sand during Ti-iiiplo and "\Vaihlrfgton !St* ., on two other occas luncheon Thursday Sept. 6. MU each Tuesday, at 7 o'clock. 4

.. G. Cr. great &In the rentaurant. B the recreation period. We also tells thl* one: ions.All He"l Spanner assistant director I I Couples danced Saturday night ,

'hnlra Hanlrjirlan I'ar'UI41rIy cause they are not used ni had short patrol meetings and discussed -I "A few nights ago two ,.|. are cordially Invited to attend of the USO on Temple & Washington to the music of Sgt. Samuel

are the genus ofeIi1 often an In a public e tab- Important matters.At dlern Vim a distant Camp the service Streets spoke on "Getting I B um's orcheiitra and were servo

rnouth. coldi and septhroat IKhment mo t dWase-ear- the present time the leadersIn I came In asking for help In The Wednesday aft I moon Ready to Vote," an an Introduction ed punch and cake by Mrs. K. K.

""4)te) fylnft germs Mill die withina lodging for the Young People Hour will continue Ferryman and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. -
passed on our organization are: Scout /.tlng to a study group on the cornY j
"'"Kh few hours when left on the during Mr. Qulgley's absence and .
[ Improperly wa.ht Mr. Allen; officers, Billy nJlht. Ing election. The group Is scheduled
""P*. surface of clean dry Uinh. mler. the worker on duty a good attendance IH hoped for. rim A\vanlNl
KlitHflj-H and cutlery, Miles and Gerald Boelter; press to meet Mondays at 30'cok.

"bUl tlbNuOI measles, But In eating houses where representative George Wlnkler; alii Urn only solution M
lumP cough Innanlllzed dlahen are utilized patrol leaders, Charles Mooney; a bunk 1 Camp Blandlngbxau and programs prepared which will democracy and ways of Interpret-1 member present at meetnJ

p* *'* over and over without much of li4 rn>M- condition prove Interesting and Instructiveto I of the Operating on
known
to be spread Barney McRae, James Platt Billy .. <41 Ing the news In order to vote In

"ulh these Intermnllarlea. lap of time the germ. have Smith and Joe Monteith. I In Starkr. one ..1.1,1 l the. young folk telligently.Mrs. Tuesday afternoon ; Miss Madge

i day flitting from diMs and saM 'Vou don't Mlddleton Mrs. H. C. Rltch Mrs.
h\a'hng I U a that Is poke up
Job Wlnkler R. J. Mrs. R. S

;'.1 gO or bad-there Is no to mouth and mouth t dL.h George reprter. have to 1"1 me about Slarke. Revival MeetingA N. Chrlatenuen McfnaM., Mrs. J. S. Schwartz L. D. Vlnlng Mra. T. H. Osbl'ne.and ,

lie road, This It my home. I brought Mrs. Verno Sllcox. Mrs.
Carter said. "You Mrs. H. Fengle and Mrs.
t look Fales Promoted I buddy here for th weekend Revival Meeting will be held Roger Luhn. army wives' council
my
at a dish or glaaa and Methodist r J. O. Mulllns prepared and nerved -
,OUfle It clean. I and found tluit my mother at the New River Baptist Church chairman and a member of

stalk Disease utensil germs The Rev. W. J. Churchwell, pastor Brig. Gen. E.V.. Pa lea. commander h rmtml out every t In beginning Monday Sept. 19, at I the luncheon. the operating committee had already !.
openly
over a I of Infantry An out of town Mm. Mullln.1 was elected to earned her for OO-
flIes or of the Methodist Church, will _Cap Blndlng's th houie". 4:30: p. m. pin

roaches on a draln- for h I Sunday Replacement Training Center .Mr. IllKKlnbotliam mUledthU I preacher will deliver a series ofInteresting serve a term of eight weeks on hours of volunteer service at the
rd-.tpy lurk a a topic II I
in their Invlsl- use
of the IRTCIn the Army Council.
\ I sermon "The Dynamic since activation Inrldcnt In hit monthly ermona. Everybody Wlvel' Club. Mrs. Ottborne, Miss Mld

Oi WhIch waiting to for the next vie- t morning> of the Gospel". The choir will August 19.1. ha been nominated report far August to IHuKtrate i In Invited to attend. Ulni l'hot Cull dleton, and Mrs. Vlnlng were appointed
their o
manifest
UleA8 render special music.Conregatonal I. for rank a major general. She acute housing shortage In I Sgt. Robert Kindness of Pennsylvania representatives from the

n singing will be Previously commander of a similar ! Stark CAUDENTHANKS vOTKKS: was the lucky winner of council to the USO Couclwo be

l l.h I Is 1, str In saniiizing feature Sunday evening training center at Camp Rob The .itut!"n acorn, to b I wish to express my appreciation the grand prize at Bingo Thursday organized In October.Army .

,I "atpr through to washing In meeting a at which time the pastor erts. Calif., General Yale baa seen growing niore. aute," b commented. to those who voted for me In evening -- a telephone call couples new In Starke

" whJch soap or the subject "Where the Camp BlaMing Infantry Installation the City Election Tuemlay. Although home. are Invited to visit the USO club S

.9 1""lnl, compound haw will speak on" grow to the largest of defeated I feel that three At the meeting of the Army I and take part In the activitiesthroughout

)" "|. nut that I I only Art Thou ? people's department its. type in the country under his. very able mne were elected andI Wives' Counci on Monday, Mrs. j the week. The Club

st..,. mnlng.the for hot soapy The hold young a regular meeting at supervision. A Regular Army WANTED Clean cotton rags. know that they will administer Harriet O'Rourke was. appointed I In located at 201 North Walnut

hkh t.mprtur In will Miss Frances Colley In veteran he had previously seen No Buttons. Highest cash the affairs of our city In a creditable acting secretary; Mrs. Mulllnn, Street and la operated by the Na.

\ nd, "' n* ( .tnd h 6:30 with Sandwiches and. tea will duty In Mexico. Hawaii, France prices paid. Bradford County manner. bulletin board and poster chairman tonal Board of the Young ".

I 111 not ku germs that charge. this time. and Germany. Telegraph. tf .Van If. (Oscar) Carden. and Mrs. R. A. Richardson, ', Christian Association.
.I a elasa nr mm. be served at


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I In next four weekly Issue WANTED ClI
'I'P'.J"T.ON FOR Ideplmnber 18th, It44 In the above J auanr" July I, 1942. of I Witness my band and official Beat :U, \tton
o'rl'l4. ofT.4 DEED ...am.d Court and taut'wherein' r)e crlptlon' of Property 544 S. at Starke, Florida, this September No Buttons 'nest
lUll10.:'\ Meta 'I'Uuiiiff' r...ke dlT'.t< Bradfordr.iinty NV', of BWV\ Sec. 3. 6th.. 1/U.! prices 'I\
iivsisv roorName paid.Telegraph. .
cunlalnlnlr0: Acres. J. Thoma., ;
that Telegraph. shall publish this B. 21 E.. ( sad Court.A. '1' >
rAGD EIGHT 0\'oT ldertn fElthi holder of thet"ll.wlnK >;rdr In nut four w"o> Jy ls us.Wltmit or I"H" O F I AsFClerkAo 0ustf:
assexsi-d. Lake Butler
-irt jflfatus has filed said my. hand ind official In which Jo. Hill William.,
i ., Mark, Florida this August Wackerman. Atty. for Fit. 8-8 4t 8-2 It
tax deed to bir at at Florida *
( Tllff< atc fur a : No UY'nr! of Issuance -"'____

Wore Ammunition Carlisle managing owner .u.-d Ih" ..n Th"t Issuance-ertlflcat. the 16th., OFFICIALlEAL 19 H. /! ) A. J Thomas certificate. July 1. 1942. OIU>EI< riCFSPTO {'.\TI01I AND __
'
iiiiiiilitirK [ ar A
1
Bradford Hardware Com , .r'IY'h, :operty. and thiiani' As' Clerk <>.faid Cour' Description of Property Scj.lyln Al'PUtU! A8bcx/ -1
' t pi right c>f way to W. ,,
Stark. Florida. parallel with Rv: STATK OF FLOItlUA ::
assessed K K. Perryman. THE >
To Be ReleasedHunting in whit" h )It wa of NW-,
who said that, although th< Atty. for Plf. y,I8-tt-1I118 In NW corner. of SWi, I' N. Meacham U. D. Miner. Uriah D.
ata" fuilows'Certlflcate Year of Issuance Sec 1 12 Twp. S 8. R. 22 E. containing Miner Sarah :M. Miner :Mary 1J. and Built-up
264.
enthusiasts will b e were not available at this Nu 1942. %OTI1 OF KI.KCTION 1 Acres. more or less. Rising O. M. Rising. N. 1>. Hag.amanr Koof
July I. BRADFORD In which assessed. TI. E. N. Dlckerson.. Mary
To the Sheriff of Name Edward ROOFS
pleased to hear that 60 per cent there would be no restrict Inscription SB of Cur Property of WH: Com of County of the State of Florida" : :.Ioor..,. Caroline Dickerson. M. Q. DickerClIiaSHusbanderSamuel . KE\iRED!
W of
of the total amount of ammunition their sale when they are tIn 210 NVl ft of SBVi run N 210 ft. W of Secretary KXi It known.of State That of I, the It. A.State GRAY.of County All of of said Bradford property State being of In Flor-the . F.Husband Myers, ALL \\ j-UK-
ft to
E 210 pt
210 ft.
released through dealer to the near future. 210 beff.o.ft. S. 32 Twp. 41 8. K.or 22 Ie.E...., a Florida do hereby Bite notice that i! Vnlc-ss ouch certificate or certificates William Howl/Dowlln&aJaames H.', GUARA\TEEO: .

toe public In 1942 will be available An announcement will bIn < containing In one which acre assessed more : Essie GENERAL ELECTION: shall he redeemed. described. Dowllng. H. C. Brown W. JI Dow.lltr by
Name .. BRADFORD County law the property \V. Edwards -
will I. held In Ing to h J. H. Dowllng, Joseph
this year. the Telegraph when tJ! Green.All being In the Stale of Florida, on Tuesday In such' certificate or certificateswill 1 Hallle Dowllng W. M. Edwards -
, ot said property of Flor- next succeeding. the first Monday be sold to the highest bidderat Florida Land and Immigration Crosby & Solano
This news came front J. B. munition U released Carl If County of liradford. Stale In November A. 1>. U44 the said the Courthouse door on the first Company of .Florida the FlorIda -

Id.... such certificate or certlflrales Tnenday being the :Monday In the month of Octlb..r.tlH. Railroad Company a corpora- FREE ESTI\I.\'rE: <;
Unless shall he redeemed ac- SKVKNTIi DAY OF NOVEMBERFor : which Is the 2nd., day of October If either. of them Rt. 2 Box
the properly d"a- United States Senator from 19H. bendeadwall'. .." claiming Interest 68 :Mare
I'1a.
law
"IIrdlnlt In to such certificate or c..rtlflcates the State of Florida, for six years Dated, tlils 80th., day of August under. any such deceased or ,
i-rlbed I
from Jan. 3, 1945. A. n. I9H. the IAndJlh..r..lnaft..r ----- .
will "e sold to the highest that otherwise In and to - -
Snarl blclrler< at the court house door on For Eight (8> Presidential. Elec- mFFICI.AL out.of' EradfordCounty Thomas; . described and to all unknown --
of October tors. Clerk of Circuit any right,
month
.. PP earanci the first, 1 44.Monday whkh In Is. tho 2nd day Fur Representative of the of SECoND the- Florida8.1 4t 9-2J title I or persons Interest r claiming::1 a ; which
Congressional District situ\ at. d In Bradford
October 1944. lands are
of .
,t Paled tills 30th day of August, State of Florida. of In the the Seventy-United IN (.IIH" "r 'OCRT lift \)roniOlVrV > County Florida and described asArnat I Men First
ninth Congress
1944. (' FI.OItll, l\ ClltNMlch'ael' f ,
lit ales. ? of the SH of SEH
t. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Thomas of ('FI(1': part
of State
Clerk of Clrrult Court Bradford For Governor of the D. Ormsby Plaintiff, VII.H'uha of SWVi of Section 21, 'rown..hll'II
8l-| t22! Florida. Ormshy, Defendant Range 22 East lying Women
f. County Florida. of the Ablahacllnn South . .
of State
f.t ,. For Secretary Case No. 3900. East of State Road No. IS, exceptthat
l'11 ruin rFl.oltiD1n1It.114A) State of Florida. of the State OUDIR; OF PIDLICXTIONA.NT part sold to Llndsey. Clrlffls
General
\ t'UI'Io'I"%. Fnr Attorney ) NOTICE TO APPEAR; and wife Ruby Griflls: as recorded and ('Tlildrcllllsl.
( EIIY.ester +of Florida. of the State of STATE OF FLORIDA to: RouhamH. In Deed Book 47 pages Al !
] Wemllnaer. Plaintiff va.Frances For Comptroller Ablahadlim" Ormnhy whcisereHldence and 78, Current Public Records of
I Burner Wemllnner/ D.- Florida.Treasurer. of the State of Is 32-3X. SCth Street, Bradford County. Florida We're Sneaking{ ,or
doesn't always mean new doll fenclanl. Case No 1298.OKUlill For Astoria Long Island New York. YOU AND EACH OF YOU, whether hoe
. OF PUBLICATION Florida. to appear on unknown are hereby. notified repairs of .. .
t. For Superintendent! uf Public Intr..Uon You are required known or ('on.. .. jut
NOTICE TO APPBAHSTATE I In the above has been brought
: ASH of the State of Florida. October 6th. 1941 that a suit
01<' FLORIDA to: Mrs I Commissioner of Agriculturef named Court 'and reuse, wherein against you In the Circuit Court of seriously her e' II'our,
For
be smart simply by ke lIurnor.mllnK..r, 454 Bradford In Chancery
you can Frances the State of Florida. tlKlntlff seeks invoice" tlradford County. Florida. -
.- Woodward Avenue., lildKeuood (27), For Two (2) Justice of the Su County Telegraph; shall publish thisOrtler case No. 8306, by Carl Johns chance, men. W.. han
New
juuuns County Long Island ,"" Court of the Slate of FlorIda In next four weekly Issues.Vltnes and Thelma R. Johns as plaintiffs
" .. clothes! neat and clean. Now York . \ my hnnd and official and In which you and each of you ir.aterlaU, to icm| : \ Our
your You are required to appear on For One (1) Railroad CommisHluner seal at Starke, Florida, this September aro defendants; thAt the relief
October 2nd 1141. In the above of the State of Florida 1st. 1944. sought In this null In. to quiet and I shoes but none it thin
named curt and cause, wherein For State Senator for 15th Senatorial (OFFICIAL HEAL: ) A..1. Thomas, confirm plalntlff'R title to said I time for '
conservation is more important plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford District of the State of Flor A.. Clerk of said Court above described land as an Indefeasible \vom">n s U11j(
County Telegraph' shall publish this Walter I'. Hnrclestv Daytona Beach, fee simple title; and you children's.So .
OrderlVltnesentmy four weekly official: j ida.For 1 Member of the House of Fla Atty. for Plf 84t D-29 are hereby required to appear (personally -

ever before let us!' assist you in yf i coal' I at Starke, hand Florida and, this AUar- llpre..c-n1Mtlves of the State of Court and or cause by attorney on the) 9th In said day bring in thai "hi| | pair
Florida l'UH"'r ('n' DT. ]tit \monuCO
l%
of Shoes!
for
2Nth 1944.OFFICIAL.
hat' the allegationsof an
of October 1944 or
Judge
For County FI.OIIIOVl IN ( IIV>- t'vm-rt(
( { SEAL) A. J. Thomas >'i'l' bill of
plaintiffs' sworn com
f wardrobe to with. AH Clerk of said Court.Walter For Sheriff. l";'(V.Vincent confessed Job of npalrlnmj .
ing your up par nay ton.. Beach For Clerk of the Circuit Court. llubbert.. Plaintiff vs plaint will be taken ns l'f'
C. llardesty. For County Assessor of Tax lI. by you. The Bradford County Tele-
Defendunt. .
Atty. for Plf. |l4t22IN | Catherine Mrvlloy Huhbert, building.BROVNSTEEN
'i Florida
Is designated the
For Tax Collector.For Case Nn. 3305. graph hereby ns

, great expenditure for new clothes <'inn'n'r (' )i'IIT. lilt \IJFOIIUt'ul'Io'r' County Superintendent of ORI BR OF PI'ULICATION duly qualified newspaper In which
he
Instruction. this notice shall
published
Public nn'eelrh
"rionni\ ('II.tJ1:11Y. : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
r For Five County Commissioners. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Catherine week for four consecutive \
( ; Clutn. Jr., Plaintiff For One Member of the County :Mollny Itubbi-rt whose residence weeks prior tn said return day.
Edward
John Clute, Defomliint. : Board of Public Instruction.For u 7219 Charles. Street Philadelphia Witness mv hand and official seal

Starke Dry Cleaners & Laun vs OUDICIt,Constance. Case OF No.Carolyn PUI1L.ICAT1ON 3297. for the Justice following of the Justice Peace Districts In and. \ are, P"nn..ylvanIB.'OU required to. 'appear on at 1 Starke this September, Bradford. 6th County, 1944, Florida SHOE REPAIR

ANT NOTICFI] TO APPEAR vlir No.1. and for the October ">th.. 1944 In the above A. J. THOMAS:
In
For Constable Clerk of Circuit .
HTATM OF FIXMIIDA to: Mrs. named Court and cause, wherein Court Praclford I
following Justice. Districts, vii: County Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Clute. 29 llramesteiid plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
Constance Carolyn Stanlslaw: ( Clra- No. 1, No. B, County Telegraph shall publish this T. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Florida I Across From The fort Officemaw
Avenue c-o
Phone 28 Starke, FtF In Testimony. Whereof I havehereunto Atty. for Plfg. g-8 4t 8-29
t,.."kl (Father), Staten Island set hand and affixedthe Order In next four weekly Issues
my

New.You York.are required to appear onOctober Fliirtda I great, at Tallahassee Seal of the the State Capital of nt Witness Starke mv Florida hand, and thin official September7th' : seal W'.'-''' u "- ,... It! -. ";:- .... ".... UJ< -._

2nd 1944 In the abovenamed of Aug- 1944. -
this the twenty.fifth dAY A. J. THOMAS
Court and cause MrudfordCounty -wh..r..ln"Ialnllfl list A. P. 194*% As Clerk of sold Court [-Prompt Service
seeks divorce. :i Careful
( (SEAL) Drivers
First Quality HARDWARE Telegraph shall I publish this R. A. (1RAY, ..
& Knight, Starke Florida
Order In next four weekly Issues. Secretary. of State.
Witness my hand and official To TION. A. O. ANDRKU, Sheriff Atlys for plf. 8-8 4t 8-29
1: neat. at Btarke Florida, this August MRADFOKD County.
((1 21th 1944.OFFICIAT.IoIOAT. :*OTIC'H OK .4I'P/.ICITIOV FOR Starke Taxi
Service
; e ( \ ,) A. J. Thomas \nvtrn TAX: mill : >
An Clerk: of Bald Court. IN COt'NTY JUf>flP.'jo! COURT FOR "a"e Hill >... isili:
Walter C. llardesty Daytona Tteafh nuAUForm COUNTY, FLORIDA.In NOTICE: IS HKIIKBY OIVI N. that
Florida, Ally, for Plf. |l4tS22i | Ito: Estate of David Wayne O. C. Alderm n the holder nf the

,.' Qsa Moore, Minor following certificates' has filed said Phone 150
\ HirriT tiIsirI iiit 01)10111) NOTICB Is hereby given that on certificates. for a tax deed to be I
rill'MTV. KI.OHIUM IN ('l1AV-ir the llth 1 day of September, 1944! I Issued thereon The certificate
r 'l-.il: \'. wilt upuly to the Honorable I 13. K. numbers and years of Issuance, the
II Wlllnne Savage Jones.. Plaintiff vs. ferryman, County Judge of Itracl- I description. of the property and
William Curl Jones, Defendant.Case ford County Florida, at his officeIn the names In which It was assessedare I Day Night :
\ No. !<203OKI Court House In Stark1, for permlHHlun os follow.:
(Kit: OF' PUBLICATION to sell certain laiulrt. In Certificate No. 221. Year of h-
( AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR the above. named minor has tat 1*>42.Description ... .
which MUIIIIUIJuly ? ...u .... ___ ....-_. ... _____
8TATK OF FUiniDA to: William an Interest In Ilraclforcl County I II of Property: I l lot +
/.,,. Carl Jones, whose residence IH un ( Florida. and described 111 follows, ..f land In Starke 114 ft N & S by
known. I, o-wlf: R'4 of NWU, except 1 acre' 210 ft H A W Mounded E hv San
You lira required to appear on : on Northsldo and on Road 28:! ; NP.'. derson. Lane S by Hoyt St., Sec.. FOR
. : October 2ml.. 1044 In the above of S1V'1;SJ: ;; Now more than ever it's important to keel] mimed, Court and cause wherein of of NKVi N'4 nfSRl'i Name In which assessed: A. L, 'I
, plaintiff seeks cllvorc-e. Bradford ; except, ono acre In "H\V corner Alvarez.
home In condition and we'vthe .
;; your tip-top County 're I publish thin of NWVi of SK'i 1 all In Si>c-tlon 26, All of sold property being l In the FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
+;s tools that can help you do the job. Fin Order In ,:: ratolh: weakly; : \Issues.Witness Twp. 7 S. It 22 East; xald sale to County of liradford. State of Flor I
Ire my hand and official be private Sale.Margaret ida.
;;, quality, extra strong, durable and reliable seal nt Stnrke Florida, thin August Moore, as guardian. lrnless such certificate or certificates I FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION:

: tools that make the work easier and safer. 2Mh, 1944.OFFICIAL I I 818| -4t-98MVril'll| shall be redeemed accordingto PLEASE
PHONE
;1. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I I1t. law the property described In 147
A* Clerk of said. Court.T OF I\Ti\TI; >% "'0 such certificate. or certificates will
! Frank T.nmlrum, rltarke, Florida H.'I.:1I (" ' '. )4MI5! I lie sold tn the highest bidder at
\ JOF Atty. for Plf. 9l-4t-982| | Notice IH hereby given that the the court house door on the first ..
:. COMPLEX i11\. STOVE Wit. undersigned under the provisions' Monday In month of October 1941. UNION BUS
NOTICn OF APPMC,tTlOV FOIL of Chapter 20115.1 Laws of Florida. which ,Is the 2nd day of October STATIONLACY
I\i. All Stifles and Slze8f TIIKKII; Acts of 1941, will register with the
House 11111 \... IKIIII" Clerk of the Circuit Court In and 1944Dated this 30th day of August CONWAY Agent
,
.1 NOTTCK IS IIKHKHY; OIVKN for Bradford County Florida the 19r.nt.

i DAVIS PAINTS & SUPPLIESThree thatV., It. Smith Jr. tho bolder fictitious' name of White Photo (OFFICIAL SEAL) .T. Thoma.Clerk ., Temple Ave. Florida
( (,f the following certificates has Studios. under which we are en- ; of Circuit ourt' of Tlrndford Starke
r, fllod said certificates for a tux KHRed and doing business at Camp County Florida. 9114t9122'IN | |
1 Great Names Representing t\\ deed to lit I Issued thereon. The ]handing I FI.Inld business Is 1
certificate numbers ,.rul years' of owned l>y Dave White and Martha I
(
.IIU..I' foril-r.
Issuance, the description of the White m{ White Photo Studio. CamuItlandlnir. lilttnrrtnn; .
Best in Floor Waxes and Polishes nu. ------ ('Or'I'1'. FLUIt1D.tt
IV CIItV-
properly; And the names In whichIt Fla: 1'EItY.Alice: .
I wan assessed are as follows: Dated this 18th day of August I
OLD ENGLISHJOHNSTON'S Certificate No. 76. Year of Issuance 11>44, at Starke, Bradford County, friend Crawford p. L. by her next best The Following
August 4. 1941. < Florida 818| -4t- |8NOT1CM Crawford Plaintiff i
vs. Herbert n. Beacon, Defendant
e Q'CEI Description of Property: All Case No. SJ99.ORDER .
NW\ of SKVi N of SA.U ITv. A OF APPMCTI FOil
H of O. S. A F. Rv. 10 of Platted TAT 1IKKIIllnuse : OF PtTRLIC"ATIOSNO ADVERTISING RATES
Lands. Sep. 4 Twp 7 H H. 21 B,. Hill !\I". 18(13NOTICH : \ NOTICE TO APPEAR
containing 5 Acres, more or I""... IS llRRKny; GIVEN STVTE] OF FLORIDA to: Herbert
Name In which assessed: Un that T. J. Alderman the holder. of Tl. Oleason whose residence is New
BRADFORHARDWARE known. the following certificates has filed I London Connecticut.You WENT INTO
All of said property being tn the said certificates for a tax deed' to October are required to appear on EFFECT
County of Itradford, State of Flor- be Issued thereon. The certificate and 2\ 1944, In the above named
Court rouse, wherein plaintiffseeks I
ida. numbers and years of Issuance. ,
COMPAPJ. ITnless. such certificate or certificates the description of the property, annulment Bradford County
shall l he redeemed accordingto and the names In which It was acseesed Telegraph shall publish this Order September 1 1944
In
next four ,
weekly Issues,
law the property clesorlhed In are as follows:
ouch certificate or certificates will I Certificate No. I4g, Tear of Issuance Witness my hand and officiallor"Iai
.D. CARLISLE, Managing Owner l>e. sold tn the highest bidder. nt the July 1, 1942. seal nt flht.Starke 1944..OFFICIAI. .. this' AuItll.t -
court house door' the first Mon-
on Description of Property, Lot 12 .
lav In month of October 1944, OM's Suh-Dlv Kast Lawtev. ( 8RAL) A. J, Thomas
which In the 2nd day of October Nnme In which assessed.. Llzile T As. FrAnk Clerk of said Court.
1941. Williams. Tjindrum Starke Florida,

Pnted thin 28th day of August Certificate. No. 172 Year of Is.. Atty. for Plf. 8H 8-29 DISPLAY (Open Rate)
i94$.
suanco, July 1, 1942.:!
iv ciiicriT
OFFICIAT. SKAM Thomas c-oriiT. nil "nFonn
Description of
Property. Lots 81.
I Clerk of circuit ollrt'or T'radfnrdCounty B4 In Woodlawn Sec 30 Twp 5 S. 1'IItY ro'r'FI.onllJ'. IV Cllt\- 50c Per Column Inch
Florida. Dl| -4t-D22|:! II. less 22 1.., containing 20 Acres, moreor Clifford Redden Wilson Plaintiff

iv nnrrrr rO"I1" nnnrnnii vs. Justine Dykes Wilson Deren-
A Name In which .
assessed Herman
f'OI'VI"F"nll.U; \I tciifv- A. Ilu..r.I dant Case No. 31(11( DISPLAY (Contract Rate)
ORDER OF
Pl'nl.tTJONSf
1'FIIY.Clara Certificate No. .
182.:! Year of Issuance .
I \ ) NOTICE To
IVIl: {Carter Plaintiff vat On- .lulv 1, 1942. APPEAR
rood Carter, Defendant. Cane No. n..rrll'tlon of of STATTJ;' OF FLORIDA to: Justine 3tc Per Column
3273.ORDER NWi' of NE'4. Soc.o11, tTwp. to 8. Unknown.: whose residence ls Inch

1 OF prmLicATiox I H. :22! t.:.. containing 20 Acres moreC. .
ANTI NOTICH TO APPEAR lees. You are 1944" indthe nppenr
STATE Off FT.OrunA to: O"lI'ood'Carte. '' Name in which' . Oftober 9th above med
BRADFORD
.. whosC residence Is unknown. C. Oardlner.. assessed Louise Court and cause, wherein. plain- COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Tou are required to appear on Certificate No. 329. Year of Is. Telegraph tiff. seeks divorce.shall publish Pradford this County Order



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