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 29, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04882
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Home strawberries of the BRADFORD Trading and

,,{Slde of Heaven COUNTY TELEGRAPH Recreation Center

for Camp Blanding

Official County Publication Established In 1877 r 4Nt1l1u.n

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IOns Two Nazi Planes i! Deadline Near Negro Baby t Killed In Action Tornadoes Meet

Four r- I Pvt. Walter C Oliver son of

First Trips Mr. antI Mrs., Walter. Oliver, formerly -

For RegistrationIn Born After of Staike. was. killed Inaction Bunnell

egeant, Loran L Con- twice. Only this time there were ( i In France, on June 22, according Tonight;
1 of Mr. and four of Herr Goerlng's borIng
; son boys to word
usk\ young ..
L \ Conner, Route 2, In on him. Three of them DistrictsSupervisor Mother Is Shot retrivwti ay_ rt.uit Lose To
has made a sensational broke away at 600 yards and t lives hero Before

?',", ne* "big time" with concentrated on the Lib, fly. entering the

It)1nny), Air Forces In ing off Conner's wing. of Registration J.'R. Juanita Brown a young Reno service, he made A "They did a good job too I hiM home Tornado! football -
Kelly: stated yesterday that negress, remains In a critical con near ) !team, still
just -rookie" In saw them blast our buddies out many people from surrounding dillon In the Alachua County Staikv with his trouncing 32-0 smarting under .A
QUIZ" defeat ,
ugh .i league there Is"nbat of the sky," he said grimly. " communities are coming in his Hospital In Gainesville as a result uncle J. L Un- by Gainesville administered -

Sgt. Conner, In fighter kept on coming at office! in the courthouse to register of a shooting fray during derhlll. He .in. ford Park last High at Brad

,,, ., u combat missions he us, and I don't mind admittingthat for the November General which she was seriously injured also a nephew take the field I Friday tonight night, will

\\T\ >ias accounted for two I was scared. The first Election, apparently unaware that i iI about 1:30: a. m. Monday. of J. E Drown determined to redeem ( Friday)
destroyed In con- time out I didn't have enough they can register In their home I and, among his die Itself! i tor
81, -raft, Lt4 Although stories of the two trying) in its round with
bralna to worry about them, but ( precincts !turvlvors I is
I" Jayover Vienna. Aus- without making a spec- negro men Involved are contra a Runnel).
after seeing what they could do, i lal trip to Starke-. dictory. It seems that Eugenei brother, George
I thoughtthey were a little too I Oliver of Star'ke- I Coach James Hnbbs, making no
dlnp to a dispatch fromAAF close for'comfort. I MI' Kelly Is glad to registernew i Pop) Pullam Intervened in a alibis for the first game defeat
In opened up voters at any time they "family row" between the victim
headquarters Italy, i stated I
yesterday that
at this "
Jerry and saw trac- boy
as ball-turret gun- my come to the courthouse, but for and her husband, Clinton Brown, have been
Cotnn Allen working hard all
ers eating into his left week
r a B-24 Liberator, got his then into the All of the convenience of the public, the whom Pullam called from the Resigns and promised J fan "a butter bull

asie of combat when threen sudden he did cockpit. a books have been placed In the house when he heard the argu club" on tho field, tonight. "The
a disappearing act
ME-109's attacked his various! precincts ax follow: Law- I ment. "Huad l Ix In tip-top
and all that was left was a puff Church phllcaillhape.
omlng in directly from the of smoke and a lot of little ley F. R. Car r adlne; North The woman was! shot throughthe Pastorate with no serious Injuries," he sla

Conner opened up with his Starke, Barksdale's Store; South stomach by Pullam when she ted.

50', at 300 yards and as pieces floating down. Starke. C. A. Driggers (Torode 'presumably tried to Intervene in Probable

frrles made their pass saw Sgt. Conner worked on the farm Chevrolet Co.) ; Graham, C. B. tho fight which followed.She The Rev Chfls. It. Allen, pastor be: narksdalti starting LE line-up will

with his dad a member of the Roberts; Hampton, n. Y. Saxon; of the First Presbyterian Thornton LT
articular "clay pigeon" fly was taken to the Galnes Manning LG.
Hlgg C Shufonl,
Board of County Commissioners, Theressa Mrs. J. P Dlckerson Church for the past five years,
and fall to earth. ; vllle RO
ueces hospital where a child was Weldon
before entering the Army in No- New River, M, J. Johns; Brooker, announced yesterday that he had RT. Barney RR.:
what happened to born soon after. The lives of WadHworth.
ever saw vember 1942. His wife also G. B. Colson. These will resigned, his pastorale here andaccepted QU, Anderson RHB
two," Sgt. Conner re- -$ : both mother and child are still, In B. Turner LUB. R. J.
iher Turner FB.
lives on Route 2, Starke and _be glad to register voters at any a call to IMnellai Park,
"but I don't think danger. ( aIns\llln/
later, works at Camp Blanding. time. St. Petersburg The resignation <<

ever got back to their liver- Perhaps he owes his DeadeyeDick Pullam was arrested by Deputy Is effective Sept. 15. I Bringing a near-veteran team
and sauerkraut though Saturday, Oct. 14, Is the last Sheriff Melvin to Bradford( Park Gainesville
McKinney shortly
aiming ability to the early I In addition to his> work with
day books will be
so the boys were reallyng S-Sgt. Loran Conner open. This after he fired, the shot which scored In nearly every quarterand
practice he r e c e ived shooting registration the the church, Mr. Allen has' also.
out of the sky that covers only General aroused was never
'em McKinney from sleep at seriously threatened -
robins out of a strawberry patch, I Election Nov. 7, nnd does served, as Scoutmaster of the local -

but no matter how he got it, all USO Group Hears I not qualify a person to vOle In I his hon1Ife. Is held In the Boy Scout Troop for the rally! by by the Starke Torl1l1lueA In the last mill
target County jail.Benefit
back to the same quarter
mg Bradford County is proud of him post four and his faithful
the yeais
primary, Mr. Kelly slatl'd.ThoMe .
Talk took tho
BorneoOn local !lads to Gllinevllle's /
blowing, day, Sgt. Conner I and hope he adds a few more on registering/ In the primaryare service In this capacity will also I. 32 yard, line before this!

neu hat like the kid who I Jerry scalps to his belt before Saturday night at the USO qualified to vote In the General Style Show be greatly mls etl. short spurt ended.

to see the same movie Hitler decides to call it quits. Election, but not vice Coming here for his first pastorate -
on. Temple and Washington, senIor Vf'I'lIa"1f At Park! TheatreOn A record( attendance for Bradford
soon after
In doubt about your registration graduating : County, totaling some 1,009(
hostesses were Mrs. A. W October 5 from school' ,
status! consult Mr Kelly theological Mr. Allen fans, saw (iht ,
Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Cald- la order to be expeilenced( growth of the
eligible to .
well of RalforcJ. The door prize, ter, new residents must have rE'ItIs-1 Mrs. Lex Green, Chairman of church Incident to the establishment -
theVomen' Service Organization of military Installations Meeting to DiscussReorganization
In the state fOl'
a long-distance telephone call, one year and In
of the USO
& Washing
on Temple -
here and
near among the foremost
the for six ,
county : month of
was won by Pvt. Gt'orge Dorinof ton, announces that Mrs. Leila accomplishments of the

Newark, N. J. Mundy ,of Leila's Dress Shop will past five years are the construction Negro Scout Troop

i ernre) I nee of this Old . Can't' help but think there On Sunday afternoon hostesses Fair present a Fall Fashion parade!:, asa of a Sunday School annex,

the more I'm convinced Iborn oughta be a law against movie at the Hospitality Hour w e r e OpeningSet benefit for the WSO., at the the joint establishment (togetherwith According to Chaplain I... A.

about 15 years too soon stars appearing in news reels Mrs. \'\r1... Andrews and Mrs Park Theatre on Thursday, Octo. the Episcopal Church) of Shepherd of the State Prison

Looks to me like the teen- without benefit a f glamorizing Ira Wilson represe n tin I g the her 5, at eight p. m. Mr!!. C. A the Church Service Center, the Farm, a negro Scout executivewill

these days are getting all lighting and make-up . They Christian Church.At For Oct. 16The Robertson of Gainesville who ha pay me It of the church debt and meet with Interested negro

reaks . Latest.*.develop- look far too much like those ordinary -Wednesday night Cabaret had much experience with style the debt to the Board! of National adults of the county on Friday
shows for the Junior League and evening at 8 o'clock In the new
I If the four' aftemdoni-a- "human, beings whd live Dance girls from the Bell I
opening date for "the an- other organisations will serve as Mr. and Mrs. Allen and their Bethel Baptist Church to arrangefor
get-togethers In the USO next door It's just too too Telephone office accompanied by nual I
; Bradford County Fair has fashion commentator. two children Sue and John the re-organlzatlon of a. Boy
& Joy
pie' Washington) sponsor- upsetting for us frail ladles to Mrs. Jeannette Christian as SenIor been
y the local Youth CouncilAnd see our idols without benefit of Hostess, served with the Oct. changed from Oct. 11 to Butch Smith and Linda Kay David will leave soon after the Scout Troop in Stark Arrangements

how the bobby-soxers tooth caps and toupees . Girls' S e r vice Organization aot nouncement 19 according yesterday to an an- Sale will participate In the wed 15th f sir their new home. I made for the meeting are being
S. A. by A O. Jenkins of the
jolng for iti t . Dropped Junior Hostesses. Weldon ding climax. The church will have a supply
and R. F. Demore, negro school here.
leiday afternoon, to find the Everything is usually staid an' Proceeding the fashion show castor for the time beln.
The program after the G. I. managers of the event The organizer III a worker In
Jammed . Some dancing stolid when a school faculty gets a short dance exhibition will be
Jacks and Jflla dinner on Thursday Originally It was planned to ... the North Florida Council of Boy
playing ping pong some together but hear 'twas quite a given by pupil 0 f Mrs. Joy Christian
night was an Interesting talk open the midway at the fair Scouts of which M. G. Boswell of

Jog among the magazines gay time at the reception the on Borneo by the Rev. C. M. grounds on Oct. 11, although the Powell. Those participating will A supply minister Rev. C. M. Jacksonville U the Soout execu
some just gab testing . ; "old" teachers gave the "new"teachers be Jean Mundy. Margaret Rose
Worthington of Lawtey, followed exhibits would not be In place Ford of Hartow, will speak at tive.
leer adults supervise recre- tother afternoon Duncan, Florence Brown J u d ;y
discussion of various until Oct. 16. Mr. If the
by a group Demorest stated the First Christian Church on the troop la organized It will
and among those present "Introductions" were the orderof islands] ( in the Pacific. As a that, plans for exhibits are Green, Carol Jennings Walter corner of Call and Christian be formed for the purpose of providing -
Grover Alison Piney Brown the day. with each teacher Mr. W t h 1 In shaping well Jennings, Norma Canova, Emma
missionary 0 r gton up and the official street!!! at the 11 o'clock service constructive activity for
ace Flynn an' Effie Carter Introducln' the next one . Jane Canova Lou Green, Botavla
travelled widely and told very premium book Is now being Sunday morning. Rev. Hartow Is negro boys between the age ef
Truly a worthwhile move- Masterpiece of the afternoon was of his printed will Richardson, Buddy Richardson, 8
vividly experiences. and be distributed In being considered as a possible and 18 years.
and one that should have the one made'by J. D. Kuykendall the next few Vida Jean Gentry Johnny Smith.
days listing the permanent pastor of the church.
, earty cooperation of all users (ex-newspaperman) who had awards offered In each and Betty Denmark ,
ChurchThe classifica music will be vocal
i Baptist Special a Apply For GasAll
. Thelma ,
the pleasure of presenting tion. *- Members of the finance committee duet by Mrs. Andrews and Mrs.

Cooper . True to newspaper! First Baptist Church this are Mrs. Marcus Brown, Eunice Wilson. truck owner should apply
MX) ue also being made of tradition he went fully into who, Mrs. Leila Mundy Mrs. Yetta
at 11:00 will hear for
Sunday : a ser District Scout BudgetIs The Missionary Society will their third quarter gasoline
I i USO for those informal what where when why-even mon on "Dry Bones" by the Pastor Shafkln and Mrs. Frank Wilson meet on Monday night at 8 o' before October 1, All applicant

r-football shindigs . Quite giving her shoe size but not At 9:45: : the Sunday School IncreasedThe Those on__the decoration_ _committee _ clock at the church with Mrs. must bring their certificate of
ay time last Friday nightthe (chivalrous gentleman) her age! are Mrs. carl u Kmgm.. Mrs
lesson will be "Jesus the lightof Harry Lappe president of the war necessity This announcement
Gainesville high school I . Ethel Sewell's introduction the world." There are departments quarterly meeting of the O. L. Beasley Mrs. L. H. Jennings organization presenting the pro applies. only to those eligiblefor

"min1 over in full force . of Sue McQuIston was quite complimentary and classes for all North Florida Council, Boy and Mrs. L. D. Vining. In gram. T tickets.

psed newcomer Ann Wilt and well-deserved. ages. The Training Unions meet Scouts of America, was held last charge of program arrangements

ntotter *f the Dr. Colsons) I'd say. at 7:00: p. m., followed by the Friday night at the State Farm. are Mrs. Leila Mundy, Mrs. C. A. Lt. Williams Member Of Famous

ng quite a rUsh,_ from the evening evangelistic hour at 8:00: The meeting was presided over Robertson Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid, ,

cut boys . Sonny Haynes Signs of the Time' : At the Ritz with old time song service. The by President C. O. McGehee of and Miss\ Catherine Beard. 'Flying Skulls' Is Back Homedown

\terle! Grider addin' a touch Theatre-NO POPCORN . At sermon by the pastor "Where go Jacksonville and the program was WSO members are urged to

avy blue to the saene . Canova's Pharmacy NO ICE the multitudes," will be followedby In charge of Boy Scout ExecutiveM. secure tickets from members of
Lt. Francis Marion Williams of twice--one time making a
Charley Aliens "Boots" CREAM . In a little boy'sdream Baptismal service. Boawell. the finance committee, and help
a Starke hit of combat forced In German mine
tipped score landing a
\ Shell Ie Hall and the Roan -NO SOAP! . A tip The chief businea[ topic was the In their sale. Tickets may also
The mid-week hour of worship, discussion missions to 87 last month In an field. When It finally .stopped e
TS among those droppln' in to the wise Is sufficient; Dame and adoption of the be obtained at Leila's and Carpl'ntel"s. -
Wednesday at 8:00: p. m., blesses annual budget for enviable "home town boy makes the tip of his P-47'a wing WRIt
ut during the has It that three rent Inspectors 1945. The .
, evening rumor the hearts. and strengthens the members voted i iI I jrood" record before he came backto only a matter of inches from
unanimously to
quite will be making the
a thriller too, lives of those attending. This the States on September 1 on one of the deadly mines that
tf BHS did rounds in Starke next week . I increase the budget from
come off with week the study Is "Repentance". 'imately $24.000 to Merritt InjuredBy what he said was the most thrilling would have blown the plane to

hort. end of a rather long Bill Plummer postcards that he An Invitation is extended to all, (36.000.( Of the total approx-I I 'mission' of bits had It been exploded.But .
Own Truck
As usual the cheerlead- has been assigned to a new carrier -
and a friendly welcome awaits them Lt. William dons. take
New River
Betty Turner and will be In Phllly untilshe's I
:ear) took ready to sail Irene you at all services. prised of Bradford, Union and I Ira Merrltt Is recovering In aveteran's see I obvious pride In reviewing talesof
my in their
, time the Flying Skull Squadron of
white of the Baker counties.'pledged Itself' to hospital In Lake City
skirts Lewis hI'I proud possessor
and purple ; which he was a part This famous -
Recent Marriages raise J150O.The I from injuries received when he
with huge gold Bs ., most fascinating group recently received the .
Invasion of France I've seen yet area covered by the North was knocked down and run over
Charlie Dixon and Ethel Lloyd, Florida Council his about 9 0'- Lt. Presidential Citation for work f
ht'8rd A section of a cam- was well represented by own
plenty of fish stories . square FtleksnbkIii
accomplished la blasting enemy
stretched friend ofher's both of Starke. by business and professional clock Saturday evening. Merritt
the ouflaged parachute a
arms but Louise Sanders and Cecil Mc- I his communications, motor transports
one 'DDayover leaders from all over North lives In the New River I com
that used in his jump on
stretched the 1m- in of
and position
gun support
''ion Gregor, both of Starke. Florida. These men are all vol- mUDlty.'U"PP".
quite like this . '. Normandy . ky" Allied groun<| troops In the Battle -
,, tne Harry Tuckers the unte.. workers n__ .In- the- -- Boy- -Scout-- -. ..... ..... _. Uh.... '1,5.''0 *._..._...11....... .h.I.- i for Rome.,

Houston r the George Always pleased wben I hear of eye were Maude Halle (Mrs. W. Movement. stopped at the West End Service ) Lt. Williams was awarded the

S. the Frank Landrums the someone planning a tea for know O.) In smooth black with epauletsof Station for gas and was crank- _IIA,_ ____n __ D.S.C. for sinking an enemy

"oegels.. Jimmy Brownlee I'll get an eyeful of "best bib steel cut beads . 'LoUr Ad- Methodist Church Ing the truck which having been t'r. In U'mind and landing craft In a recent engage-

U'Olyn' Green took a jaunt an' tucker", and the Methodist kina (Mrs. A. Z.) turned out left in gear started and ran over In the hope that Ws small son ment. He has been piloting a

'10< Cedar Keys Sunday hit Choir "Colonial" event Wednesday much In the modern manner In Sunday, Oct.fl., will be observed him before It ran across the would one day, be a famous. fly P-47 more popularly known asa
Bacchus-plum outfit beaded in as World Wide Communion street and Into the house on the
ouper beds jua' rlg!;t and afternoon was no exception er. "Thunder bolt" since he went
Sack hundreds present gold and wearing a conage of Day at the Methodist Church as other side. A child sitting In whomLt.
luggln' a thousand . A mOD g i iI "Ricky" and his mother, overseas seven months ago but
H of fish! . only reason glimpsed Mrs. Wm. Clute very yellow rosebuds at the shoulder announced by the pastor. Rev. W. the truck was also Injured. Both Williams married three years would now like to try his handat
. Attractive Martha Smith .1. Churchwell. ,The choir will were taken to the office of Dr.
wpped then was that the I becomingly gowned In Navy lace ago were waiting In Norfolk for the controls of a P-51, a

rot o full it was either to party dress . And Virginia wearing shell pink with next-to- render special music. The topic M. B. Herlong for emergency the young lieutenant who showedup fighter employed In direct offensive !

overboard some member Smith stunningly turned out in nothing sheer yoke topping a of the sermon will be "Man Shall treatment before :til e r rltt was this month with the Air operations. ;

, Party or stop pullin' in lime green Jersey, with IntriguIng peekaboo bodice tucked into full. Not Live By' Bread Alone", Communion taken on to the Lake City hos- Serial, three clusters and a recommendation Williams entered the service In !

Hear Carleen Landrum feather ornament la her hair floor-length skirt . Abbl Bag- will' be observed at the pital.The for the Distinguished May 1042. took hla pre-flight

orence Flynn . Lucille Green's pale blue gett looking exceedingly chic In evening service ,al,), There will house was not damagedto Flying Cross In addition to training at Maxwell Field. AI" .,
were .so sea- '
hey thought several times feather chapeau must have been a dramatically fringed black be congregational singing of familiar any noticeable extent. countless tales of seven monthsof his primary training at Amerlcus -

Pin' overboard and making the envy of all feminine eyes this frock and turban . Lookinglike hymns. Sanford Ritch will exciting activity in Africa '' Ga., basic at Gunter Field,

'()Om> for the side of Paris and those two sub- an amiable "thorn" among' play the clarinet during the of. ST. :MARK'S! EPISCOPAL Italy, Corsica and Southern Ala., and advance and R.T.U.
groupers debs Janet Anderson and Ona 80 many lovely rose was W. P. fertor)'. CIlfKCII France. study at Marlanna and Ft. Myers
ely' private Demorest. deserted their bobby Smith, who couldn't pass up the This la a special day throughOUt All three are now visiting Lt. Fla. His career I is a noteworthy

'"try needs is opinion: What socks for the afternoon to dontl1o..e opportunity to mingle with the the world. All churches are Oct. 1-17 Sunday after Trinity Williams' parents Mr. and Mrs. example of expert training put to i( ,

olng My more movies cherished long dresses! . fair sex . Asked to observe it and every 10 a. m.-Church School. T. S. Williams of Starke. effective and spectacular use. i
' Way" . Even member to rededicate himself unto 11 a. m.-Holy Communion. '
* would Margaret Rose Duncan The youPg Lieutenant Is characteristically Lt. Williams will report ,after f
t One , ,have warmed up Little to be developing Into quite Well, guess' that about winds up the Lord and to make an of- Rev. Fred Yerkes Is to be the modest in repeatingany a brief recuperation period to a

;'*. however Neatest trick of seems "entertainer" and her the little black book for this ering to the war torn world. celebrantat, the Holy Communion. story of his own exploits, but redistribution center In Miami at

Blnlr was perform- rendition of the "Mule Song" was time . Si> long, see you In Litany and War-Intercessions at least one of his narrow escapes which point he expects to- be I '
Crosby who grew a . Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachuahas Friday evening at 7:30:
'M of worthy . the next every Is notable enough to go assigned to work as> an Instructor "' f:
'WI reel wavy hair between audition CAROLYN been visiting! Mrs. J. B. Alexander o'clock. down in the record. He was shot ,I or test pilot. if ::

and the' feature well-trained' in Starke. .: . .
Other catching my -- ,if



I Bulwark I Against the Flood But this Is not all ,

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ._.__ r r rSS : lTUEATRES: spending unselfishly days and of night her 11

duty in a Brltl to I
EMahllHhrd 1877 Her >h
son is brought *!
E. L. Matthews: ______________ Editor and Owner Love mortally wounded to the
Tender Heart-Warming Story ands
at his aide. he
Puhliahrti Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second Class Mattel Miss Dunne's perfo'h" ""

at the Tout Office! at Stark. FloAtla.Starke Dover" by far ?an
I Told In "White Cliffs of matlc career the greatest '* "
- -- She
WE WELCOME the an- Dover"whIch love with him immediately and warmth and ''
"The White Cliffs of color rele
Street Scene 4D f r'r rrI to a
that the USO
nouncement will show for the midnight after a brief courtship marries require the utmost U
Best Argument Club operated by the show Saturday night and the regular him. Their love Is Idyllic but Supporting her in )perrecu

For More Housing YMCA at Temple and I & feature sunday. Monday and is Interrupted by the outbreak of who also gives are Alan t.Isra< !:,
Washington Streets will Tuesday at the Florid Theatre, war. Marshall answers the call of himself ?? her sterling acto!'
henceforth be headquarters for centralized information is a powerful love story which to arms and never gets a chance band; Frank Morgan' set h,

concerning rentals in the Starke area. A special worker i fl4 spans the years of World War I ko see his son. er; Roddy McDowali as tin I tI.
and World War II. It Is also a Time passes quickly and anoth: youth, and Lawful.
will be provided and people having rooms apart- 1S Peter
Dunne last 'I ,
for Irene 'h
World War has
er son
ments or houses to rent are urged to cooperate by tele- grown up Alto there
Named Joe.
In "A
seen Guy a peaceful home and fire such fine actors. 'e
phoning 59 when places vacant and also when they and
are actrtlls
sc.eTrg As an American visitor In England side. Again Miss Dunne makes C. Audrey Smith,
have been rented after listing.Of 1 ws Alan sacrifice this time sending her Whitty. Dame 111
,.,rwf' I Miss Dunne meets a Gladys Cooper
course at best very little can be done to alleviate tN4TG Marshall In London.. She falls In son off to combat against the abeth Taylor.SATURDAY and r:
the housing shortage in Starke. There simply y I

aren't enough/ places to go around-there never have

been since the establishment of Camp lilanding, and .

there never will be as long as it Is with us. For some III

unfortunate reason never satisfactorily explained

Starke was given the run-around when housing projects ,

were passed out and people here have been left I

to make the best of a deplorable situation without out

side aid.
-. However, it will help some to have a definite place "

to send the weary newcomers when they arrive look- &;'} ..

"* ing for accommodations.But ? MIDNIGHT ,
the cold fact remains that nothing but addi- {;tp t" O@ ; !, t:" <1; ,< ',..

tional housing can do much to prevent the repetition ofa ,' i0J" .:"W Y"''< '
pitiful scene we saw the other afternoon : A worn- 3 BIG DAYS! yW' %,, "'
: -
out mother at the corner of Walnut and Washington ; @: .;" ,, , V/3
oversize suitcase /I , c !', : ,
Streets, sitting disconsolately on an .. fd, .
holding a crying babe in her arms and watching two : ',M'" >w-I':1 !>!"':'' ;."i., ,if".'LHARRELL, '" y,' Iv*: .,,".s.1 ," fr*. S
J. lr
by = "
other small children standing forlornly by. : O Sunday 1 e \X ,<

That picture, framed and hung on the office walls I don't get much of a kick out nice fryers you wanted at a flat ",','., ,-,.., .#:t
of some of our housing "authorities" might conceivablyhelp of vlsltln' around Starke these rate of 25 cents a head. Your O Monday < Vi

Starke to get at long last, the relief it has sorely days. They've done gone and Thanksgiving gobbler would runa ,";"'/:l
let the durn place get too citified. little more-the outrageous TuesdayOCTOBER kv <' .
needed for the past four years. :; i I"tr.
It's plum dlsgiutln. The old amount of $1 or $1.25 for a real ',,., '
boys I Used to throw the bull out-size one.Everything. :
Don't Make Them IF YOU THINK every- with down there are too busy : wan cheap and 1, 2, 3 a,4, "
have To Give body else blood is need- makln' money these days to sit wage cheaper but no one
ed to win this war except on the corner and squirt tobacco died of starvation or thirst In 1: ,'i .

Blood ISotfi Ways yours, perhaps you should juice. Used to be you'd almost those days" for those that hind ., <)<'(;; ., } o' ,
revise your way of think- need rubber boots crossing the gave generously! to those that '"?" ;; ,, 1.' { I
ing. A letter published from a soldier in France last corner of Call and Walnut Sts., IIIK not. I reckon the main ''"".4 r '11 ,,; '.':@l but nowadays you could go over , 'y .r.f. 'j : ,td '
bloodto reason the fardera! were never ' <'
asked to give
week said : "At the front we are Agreatlovestory..bastd , J a ';
r1' ,
the place with a magnifyingglass empty. wan because the ':'i: h i 'o if;
those of our comrades who are wounded in and find hardly a alng.e church pfiwt' weren't either on ALICE DOER MILLER'S r"Y'{ .t' 1 ; "
times I have seen GI Joes strip off their shirts, ,
Many tobacco Juice stain. It Just ain't even though those old-timrr' Famous Poem n ,t, : r ;fir w
give a pint of blood, then go back into action. right. had to walk the to ten mllei -

"The other night, our hospital moved up toward the I did stop over there the 52 times a year to hear one of e .. ;
front and received several wounded. For some reason other afternoon however, long Brother So-and-no'M' sermonon V

the blood supply failed to arrive. The entire medical enough. to shake hands with brotherly love and home- TheWftflE

staff, although/ they had been working all night volunteered my old friend NewnValn- made sla.!
wright lie claims to be six
to donate blood". This day and time we growl
The contents of this letter should make anyone who ty-one yearn old but Home about having to pay taxes on the
how or other seems to have a
has not already donated blood hang his head in shame. goo} recoliwtlon. of KXOIIKtrurtlon whopping down; absentee salaries ourselves we're dragging from ODOVER'SGGaal2rrt

Certainly our fighting men are doing more than their clay and the hard the church that's In a' stone's 'JaC.,
part when they spill' their blood on the battlefield. tines along about then. throw of our own front door and
They should neither be asked nor expected to give the Now if you think you know had much rather listen to a jook
Mood necessary for hospital use. That is the job for what hard times were-even dur organ squawk than a preacher IRENE DUNNE
civilians. ing Hoover's administration-just preach. Instead of dodging home

ns The Jacksonville Blood Bank is open for donors from ask Newn for a definition and made sin we stock up on the .... .- ... -""" _.

Monday through Friday 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.; on Saturday he the will time tell when you bankers that were he's seen satisfied store-bought variety every Sat and with ALAN
urday night and don't feel like MARSHAL
from 9 a. m. to 12 noon, and on Thursday evening if and when they cleareda praying on Sunday.

from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. dollar a day above the postageand
The next time you are in the city during these the working classes were sat- But to Newn get back to my Roddy McDOWALL; Frank MORGAN
friend -lie'* ono of
hours visit the bank donate .your blood, and pro away isfied with half that much. those old-fa hJo>ed Southern ate,

feeling that at last you have made a very tangible con- However It was not the dollars gentlemen you often" hear andread BROWN VAN/ JOHNSON C. AUBREY SMITH/
tribution to the war effort. Or better still get together you earned but Just what one about but seldom nee

a group of your friends and all go together. It is dollar would that buy that like counted.I during space days of fast DAME MAY WHITTY
suspect Newn.
requested however that appointments be made in advance has seen the time that mys'calico lt. living, ration stamp and jive ..\.'.., L.oi.o;:

for groups of more than three people. This may gingham and homespun sold from (whatever that M). GLADYS COOPER ir Directed by CLARENCE BROWNProduced

be done by telephoning Jacksonville 50569. three to four cents a yard and Maybe I'm just an old fogey

bacon the same per pound. Meal but it's a free country and it -,, by SIDNEY FRANKLIN

Instead of 'Party', i WE HAVE BEEN won- and grits went for a penny a don'E cost nothing to tell you ;vi"teaM... ,.. .I. .
06__ nr__i. derinir> how men in the pound .and you could buy all the what I think.
Plan .nru"r un Pacific war zone would 'LI

For Europe's V-Day react to published news IM niKiir roi'KT. ItR"OFORD
('01'x rv, Fi.oninti IN cu\:>- I
articles concerning the t'ERY.lonald .
big times we folks at home were planning to have on Omah} f!. E Curtis Curtis Defendant., Plaintiff,Case VII. I

the day the fighting stops in Europe. And now we No. ORDER A:121. OF PUBUCATIOV: I Have a "Coke" = Otlichno!
According to a war correspondent's report from C'.STATE Curtis. OF whose FLORIDA residence. to: la Omah 216 (SWELL!)
Pacific feel !Mouth Indiana Street Warsaw Indiana
Pearl Harbor American servicemen in the .
that home-front preparations for V-Day celebrationsof You are required to appear on
CVtotier 16th. In the above
the impending fall of Germany show a failure to named Court and came, wherein
recognize the bitterness of the Pacific war. There isever.increasing plaintiff( Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlnh Bradfordl'ollnty thl ,

resentment over apparent public com- Older In next four weekly limiieaWitnei .
my hand and officialseat z "S II I I 1 ,I h t'1 III I 4 I ( YJI
the ahead before .
placency regarding bloody struggle I at Htnrke. Florida, this September ac-

.Japan is defeated the article stated. ( 13th, ,SEAL 1H4.opprciAL .) A..1. Thomas,
Somehow it seems almost sacrilegious for cities to An Clerk of Bald Court.
Knight & Starke FlorIda
be unnouncing plans for parades and civilians to be Atty. for Plf. 9115.4t1010Asbestos |

waiting for V-Day as just another excuse to go out -_ .... _,--... .. II
and pitch a party--especially when V-Day even in

Europe, might be further away than anyone now realizes -

and might yet be bought with an unestimatedcost and Built-up Roofs I ,
of blood. '

t r When the fighting does stop in Europe instead of ROOFS REPAIREDALL y

"knocking off work and rushing out to "buy a pint" WORKGUARANTEED _

' :and dance in the street, it would be much more beneficial wt

all around if we civilians put the money we'd by t

.. upend on a party into War Bonds and work an extra
hour overtime. Crosby & SolanoFREE


No Reconversion WHEN GERMANY capit- Rt. 2, Box 68 Starke, .,..

Will Be Necessary ulates and the War De- oQt
partment starts cutting .-
For .
back on war orders thereis _
When Your .
one industry that won'tneed sr -

'" to go through a period of inactivity to permit re- Back Hurts-

conversion of its plants from wartime to peace-time

production. That industry is pulpwood. And Your Strength and s c -.rkly

\, There will not be an abrupt drop in the need for Energy. !. Below ParIt tit,!
b tamed bjr disorder of kid-
many pulpwood products by our armed forces even on ..." function that permits polaoaoueTMte .

V-Day. So long as there are American forces in Europe peoplethe. to>ecamulat! woak.For end truly miearable many . a way to rate with a Russian sailor

the Army will need V-boxes and other containers and "other idneyf....c.. to matter remove Iron.M.the made of pulpwood to ship them food and clothing. blond.
Yon nay suffer .aiflBf> backache west coast ports, newly-arrived Russian s Jlor,
Moreover there will be increase in the encounter a familiar
an shipment of rheumatic pales hudachM. diaamiea.ettiBI American /
food civilians {> al btm. &Iq paina. aveUlag.8omaUn : /
te in the
liberated countries. :a frequent and scanty urination greeting. If, hearty H.M ? "Ok," of a Yankee tar . and the
Once the European war has ended military with BBiartiaf and burning ta another Russian
tions in the Pacific will be stepped up tremendously.opera- the kldneye"itv that or bladder.eomethinf .la wronc with smIles as he replies Ollicbno In many lands around the globe, Coca-Cola is f4 ' '
There should be ne doubt that -
"That means the shipment of more supplies and equipment treatment la vleer than .... .tt.prompt Uaa spreading the custom of tb to this combat area most of which will be packedin homes medicine; P\Um.that baa It la won better countrywide to rely on ap-a rrlJrtlsJJs-has become the happy iatro-

pulpwood products.And pro".1 than en lomethlng leae 1 favorablynowa. duction between friendly-minded (folks just it is
as when home
Daan't have been tried and Ueted served in Coca-CoU
pulpwood out for war is the same pulpwood that many 'yeara. Are at ell drug ....... your "Coke"= d
Get loess t today.DOANSPILIS. It',natural I for poula'pam
will be in demand for peace-time production. Cut- IOTTIIO UNOII AjTHomr or THI COCA-COIA bl-revaa.
COMPANY filendlV
ting pulpwood is a wartime job now but it has a post- STARKE COCA-COLA IT i acquire Thais why yoI hoa
war future as well. BOTTLING CO. + I Coca-Ctola: eai Cc.1"CokC':

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Gainesville 32 Starke 0 HOME

Sept. 29 Bunnell Here GAMES

Oct. 6 St.Paul's Here See Them All

Oct. 13 St. Augustine There

,4.! . Oct. 20 Jennings Here. .
** Oct. 27 Fletcher Jax 'THEWONDER

7aC Nov. 3 White Springs Here MAKE OUR RESTAURANT ;
Mrs.Bessie Davis,Owner
Nov. 10 Lake Butler Here .
Nov. 17 Baldwin Here WISHES THETORNADOES ;:

Nov.24 High Springs Here . GOOD ROY'S. RESTAURANT ('





Cold Budweiser Sam Rosenberg and Son CARL JOHNSPhone '
,,, Every Day NOEGEL'S CAFE

- New & Used Furniture :..
Good Food at Fair Prices MONEY TO LOAN 'I

DRESS SHOP Your Business,Tornadoes : ,
BARBER SHOP Fresh Eggs EJeTDay :

The Friendly Place ,
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E. K. enue from the tea of $108 which laying __
Colonial Tea Given white pedestals on which were dining room where Mrs. will donate nucleus new carpe1g
the choir aa a and
Halle tenor
SOCIETY and CLUBSNew placed silver trays to receive the Ferryman and Mrs. W. G.with for the Improvement fund, which decorations Q
By Choir Was poured at a table'covered
coins of the guests.
be for the
Irish It hopes can procured
Brilliant Event Mrs. W. E. Middleton Introduced banquet cloth of imported renovation of the church. --
linen with Insets of Pointe de
Teachers Junior Woman's ClubThe guests to the receiving line, bordered in Alecon Present plans Include raising lenTi
I Outstanding; social event of the in which stood Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Venice and the choir loft and replacing the l
Honored AtReception Junior Woman's Club will I taU season was the musical and the choir director, Mrs. W. J. lace. An arrangement of white organ in the center alcove; build S ,
TuesdayNew meet at the Club Building on I Colonial Tea sponsored by the Churchwell, Mrs E. K. Ferryman baby chrysanthemums yellowrose ing a pastor's study In the rear ' {Women
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir of the Methodist! Church choir accompanist, and Mrs. buds and golden bronze Day on one side and a vestry roomon
teachers In the Starke Hostesses were named as Miss and held on Wednesday afternoonin F. H. Long. lilies, centering the table, was the other; refInishing floors, and children
Della Miss Sara Bare- flanked on either side by three- l0etftrl'e're
schools were entertained after Rosenberg the Woman's Club, which was After the reception, the group
school Tuesday afternoon at a foot and Mra James Blackshear converted Into a large living branch candelabra holding burn- "
reception given by "veteran" In while Mrs. Williams will present room decorated with graceful arrangement gathered for the musical openedby Ing white tapers. Appointments . Speaking o!u,.
Mrs. L. A. Canova, playing a sand rep&.
the in silver. Open of
structors. program. of fall flowers and were rUl'le.
medley of old tunes. Followingon Iced Smart 8.,
Fall flowers and potted plant potted palms, wiches and individual seriously, hre
decorated the Home Economicsroom UDC To MeetThe Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mraf. dance the by program little Gayle was a Richardson Russian in white were served Mrs.with Myrtice coffee. Sweater Girls .ebaace, Uri We :'
where the newcomer were L. A. Davis received at the door, Mrs. L. D. Vining
met at the door by Mrs Eva Anderson W. T. Weeks Chapter, where Misses Ona Demoreat and in Cossack costume. Mrs. W. Carpenter and Mis. J. W.' An- ,Shop for material to KpUres
United of the Con.. J. Churchwell, in fetching Colon- \drews' in charge of the shoes, but
Daughters were non
and Mlas J4adgeyMlddle.: I : Janet Anderson stood back of :
ton who heard each,guest fede'racy. will meet Wedne..dayafternoon ial costume, then sang a lithsome dining room while others who assisted SI tune, for a eay I I'ehUcIreq.
,Intro-I group of old time favorites' with W. 'T. UP-ODS II
duce the teacher on her & Oct 4, at four o'clock, them were Mrs. ',.
"telling somethln.abo, : t her at the home of Mrs. Ethel M, WSCS Circles Mrs. E. K '''Perryman accomp- Clute; Mra. Junius Smith, Mrs. ." 5.95'
her' at'the piano This Garnita g lA that
anying .
Each guest also wore an Identifying Biggs, on N. Walnut St Eldrldg Smith Miss 014'of
.-" Circles of the Woman's1 Society 'was'follow. badge bearing her name I of Christian Service ,will meet Miss Margaret Rose Duncan, who Amy Coburn, Mrs. Titus Olson, cardigans :i;
and the subject she la teaching: Mrs.Shellle Hall Is upending a I Monday. Oct. 2, at 3:30: o'clock. sang as her encore number, Middleton and Mrs.
Miss .
few days In Jacksonvll 'Circle One, with Mrs. L. D. Vin- ,
Mrs. Ethel Sewell won a prize "Swinging On a Star" She was Anderson.A 6.95
I few days In Jacksonville with her Ing aa chairman, will be enter- accompanied by her mother, Mrs.K. Myrtle
in contest sentence com-
!sister-In-law Mrs. Tillman Hutto. tained by Mrs. E. S. Matthews G. Duncan ,Mr*. R. A. Green general committee In chargeof at
pletion during a game period and Mrs. Miriam Klckliter at the' and Mrs. Ethel Biggs closed the arrangements for the affair The
which preceded the serving of refreshments home of the former Circle Two, program singing several was composed of Mrs. Jeanette
by a committee com- Birth Announcements with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman" tions of popular Gay selec-I Kincaid, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Smart! : Shop SHOE REPS!
of Mrs. Rosa Cook, Mrs. chairman, will Herbert
posed be entertained by tunes with Mrs L. A, L. D. Vining and Mrs.
Thelma Cooper, Mrs. Grace Os- Mrs. H. C. Rltch, at her homeon playing the accompaniment.Guests Ritch, with Mrs. Kincaid actingas Adjacent to P. O. Across From The rat
borne, Mrs. Eva Anderson, Mrs. W. Call St. were thea Invited to the I chairman. They report a rev-_ L cm
Edna Hart and Miss Madge Mid -

dleton. .. -. - ,

FALLDRAPES S-Sgt. and Mrs. M. E: Gauvert AND
announce the birth of an 8 1-2
tp ,t pound baby girl on September 1, .
In a South Carolina Army Bage
Hospital Mrs. Gauvert will be
Reddish.remembered here as Miss Margie { ia Q


Mr and Mrs. James L. Hair of
Coral Gables announce the birthof .i I
a daughter, Anne Carolyn, on
Sept. 21 at Jackson Memorial

SMALL RUGS i marriage Hospital, was Mrs. Miss Hair, before EllzabetbHolllngsworllh her .##.#.# ..... ."" .....*..............";..............

daughter of Mr.

SLIP COVERSWe and of Starke Mrs. Frank Holllngsworth, CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Size 25* 19c GARY


Specialize Iii and Mrs. Wm. H. Clark CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP Bars 27c -
announce the arrival of a daughter -
Carol Diane, on Sept. 15 In
Silk Clothing the Alachua County Hospital. PABLUM Baby Food Alt ... I' r
Gainesville. Before her marriage > 39c
Mia. Clark was Miss Frances Pound Size Rattlers _ _25c 98c

NEW Noegel of,Starke. Z Y R 0 N E A Good Vitamin Tonic 79c Baby's Pal ----$1.69 "
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nettles, $1.00 Bottle
METHOD Lawtey, a daughter, Sept. 22. Baby Books89c-3.50 Ft' '
CLEANERS' Hampton, a daughter Sept. 22. Washable Toys ____
Mr and Mrs. J. U Bradley,
Linen Stationery 4'
Linen 1.25
Stationery 2.25
Starke, a son, Sept. 24. ------ -

315 Temple Avenue Mr. and 1\118. Wm. R. Ward, 60c Value 39 C 50c ValueGentlemen's 29 C Pull & Push
.. New River,'a daughter, Sept 26. Toys __
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72 Sheets
Scrap Books - -5 (
1 Envelops 79 Envelops
) S TAR K E'S C./8
$1.00 Value
$1.25 Value'r '- Guest Logs .. II l'
R w dVE.CV'Ejt> MOST UNUSUAL y. 'r( 1" \ - -

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RESTAURANT AND BAR <; 29c Albums1.00
NLIYY JIAY*MA4'l' r.: <; VK f I Autograph

r a4 Yip
. THEM O tp *150** SUPER SHgVEg "HliFirREDt, !*ratta/ ,S 6E Photo Albums SOc 1.95

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' v o\. MILK OF MAGNESIA Haskell'sPint : aria
1\-\ o'\ 001' .B WE HAVE
",., to:( 0 to\. Bottle -_- --- ---- ----:___ 19c 8
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I." t' . 0"t. \ Vegetable Compound

$1.50 Size u____________________ $1 25 The appearance of the II&<<'kPATTERNS
: BLACK DRAUGHT age has much to do wIth
. : I FROM
25c SizeFLETCHER'S- 19c the appreciation of the gift.KrlKhtrn .
up your gifts with

" CASTORIA smart wrapping. SALT and PEPPER SHAKERS
' \
I ReJcr'aUOIIJ Small Size u __! 35c
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': being taken for M DENTURE ADHESIVE 1 Selection A Good 79 500

;: Partiesand
Rexall 25c Size __ 19c -
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oCrrftcl: coil qrO"l'e' GOc Size - -- Ll9c 4i'11 pc r/u tn e 6:

$1.00 Bottle 89 Quarter Ounce _____3.75 i #'
,,! - --'--------------- C Half Ounce7.00

f r' JOHNSON'S BABY LOTION' UNICAP Vitamins Ounce -----_______12.50 p

; r'< '1< r I Z / I, I N (1 Large Bottle 49e Bottle 100 __ ,---.2.98 ALIBI
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f... . PANOVITE Half Ounce __,-_____7.00
:, f.'' .;, SHRIMPCHICKEN Large Tube -- ------------_---- 43c Bottle WO ----__3.19 Ounce __- __ -_____,12.50Wrisley's -- :-
I Superb
a-- --:' Vitamin B

":',,,.Jf. 0 Pound Can -'. -------------___ 69c Complex 700___ 3.39 Pine Gardenia, Apple, Lilac Blossom, $1 1t0o



made to order


.,Utis. ,..... PHONE 64 FLORIDA

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. ggT TEMBHR! 20, 1944

![BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Ian Mrs. G. W. Alderman spent the I Miss Lillian Sternberg Is visitIng Ray left
visiting first of her the daughters week In Tallahassee Mrs Q. C week.friends In Savannah Ga., this for Kansas Colley City Mo Monday, after "l'enl.Ing night I Cook Mra Mrs i:, Lawson Madge, Futch Mrs i)MM.J. S!. I had and guests Mrs.this K.week-end J, Dnwll'Mr.rg

White and Mrs. E. R. Marshburn. three weeks here with his M. Mitchell and ides Lucille and Mrs. V. T. Reynolds, anddaughter
lht" Carl Knight Lake Ruby and small son Paul John ApprenticeSeaman I visited her water, Mrs. S. ville. ville.RELIANCE.
bough to rent It for the left Wednesday for a visit of several -I in the U. S. Navy, who W Halsten here Sunday. Mrs. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina.
J ana after the war will weeks with relatives at Republic Is taking a medical course at I William's son, Pvt. Harold Williams Mi' and Mrs. Fred Guy and
I 111 out home of It.Lert Pa I Emory University. Atlanta, f.a.. Is stationed at Camp Oman son Jlmmie, returned to
summer is here visiting his mother Mrs. Blanding. their homes here ,
I Monday after
A Green of the Marine Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Carrie Ritch.
at Cherry Point,I and Miss Frances White of Talla- I Mr. and Mrs Charles D, Lennon spending the summer at the Ail-
stationed I Ml', and Mr :J. T. Quigley king place on Klngaley Lake.
E' spent a, hassee were here Sunday visiting returned of Banana River spent the
recently Tuesday after month's Mm. Hudson of Jacksonville and expert supervision, combined with
parents. Mr. and I White-Alderman relatives. Mr. a I week-end with the former's par- Ashley -
[ with his Green and other rel-: and Mrs. L. A. Canova entertained vacation spent In New York City. ents, Mr and Mrs. Ezra Lennon returned to her home Friday fine courtesy and unusually thoughtful
Adam the visitors at a one o'clock Pvt. Chester Chess formerly'' after spending several days economy are consistently building our
L Long spent the I' dinner, and in the afternoon Mr. of Daytona Beach and now sta-I Miss Shirley Colley. daughterHof with Mrs. I 1. P. Shepherd. reputation for finer serving.
M. .
F tioned In Mrs Raymond A. Hancock began
her and Mrs. White went to Lake Camp Blanding spent Mrs Marjorie M. Colley, left -
.end in Jacksonville.with\ Butler to attend the funeral of Wednesday night with his uncle I Monday for Tallahassee where work recently at Carpenter's .
'.Iaw and daughter; ,Dr. and the late J. W. Townsend :Mr. Clarence Flakier of Quigley & aha entered F.SjC.W. as a Freshman Drug Store. She was formerly

[B. S. Carroll.., ,t White of the pallbearers Davis. I . employed, at the Canova Pharmacy DCWITT C. JONES
v having resigned her
position -
L I Casey S 2-c p< Daytona . r Miss I. PfC. W. .1... Thigpen of Camp .*
Vernette Ariine of after two years' employment
h was,visiting friends up and ''Mr, and Mrs..W. B. Mundy and West was renewing Key Robinson Little, Rock, Ark.. 4s there Funeral Director .

f I Call 1 Street and on the daughter and Mr, and Mrs. Guy here durin gthte week acquaintances, which she(spending a 13-day furlough with Mra. Mallory! Thomas entertained AMBULANCE SERVICE
grounds, Wednesday of Sale were in Jacksonville, Wed- his parents Mr. and M.Val
I made
last year while visiting relatives her son Cecil Thomu of Camp
f I lace .
nesday.p :
week. .# In Graham. Bowie, Texas and her other chil-
or.- ,. ow n .... ... .. ._ ., "'-.. Mrs Juanita Adams of Barks.dale's -I Office 1-c Arthur Swan-I dren at dinner on Sunday. Cecil Phone 7
has returned here after born will report on Oct. 6 to the I left Suaday evening to return to
Naval Air Station at Jackson- his base.
NEWS! JUST spending three weeks In Sardls i
GOOD RECEIVED Miss. [I vtlle for operational training He I .
has spent the past 30 days at ._+r .
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Mr. and MM. A, Hartman have - - - -- - -
his home here after 20 months
Aladdin Lamp Mantels visiting them for two weeks their service in the South Paclttc.
18 year old nephew, John B. Hart-
mann of Rockford 111. He has Cpl. Anthony Angelo, son of STURDY MAPLE DINETTE SET
|e lime been out of this Item for some time wad are glad to Just been accepted by the Navy Mr. and Mrs. 'Anthony Angelo

Innnunre that we,are now In position to supply your needx. and leaves for service in October. returned to 'nhome here this I I II
week after, to\if months !I. St. [
s Mrs. Irma I -- "'
Bolllger '
returned to
Luke's and Riverside hospitals in --1Z,
her home in Freeport Illinois, on Jacksonville. Prior to his howpltallzatlon ft..t if' ,,' \< ',a% ,
HEAVY 4 POINT CATTLE Sunday after spending a 6 week Cpl. Angelo served : Were indeed fortunate in
vacation here with her husband, huving a limited number
Pvt. Arthur. Bolliger who is :21 months with the Army t .' b Gus of these exceptionally well
BARB WIRE training at Camp Blandlog. Mrs. Alton Dobbs Mrs Inoz
Mrs Ethel Rigg has been en- Kelly, and Mrs," Mildred Triplett t made maple dinettes with
were In Palatka i table that will seat four
during the weekend t' a
tertaining for the past week her
80 ROD
$5.50 aunt Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville on business. .1 I a t and double braced chairs.The .

who arrived Sunday and Mr.. and Mra. Lester A. Hall I ,, table top in heat resistant
her uncle Arthur C. Griffin of of Cltra, were visiting Mr. and I and slain proof.
No. 19 HIGH WHEEL Waycross, Ga. Mr. Griffin Is also Mrc. L. U. Morgan this week-end ,. Buffet included.
spending Borne time with his Mrs. C J. Carter of the Stag ,1 1
brother W. H. Griffin, of Hemp Military Store was In New York
Planet Jr. Hand Plows
ton. City last week on a shopping : '

.. tour ., ., .,. ,) I $99.75
$6.10 Mrs.. N. T.. Ritch spent the ......-._h. ',_ .'. '
week-end In Winter Haven with '.4M'

YIPONLY her husband,who;is employed by
the Seaboard Railway! there I
0 .. Mrs. James Blackshear was OTHER BIG FURNITURE SPECIALS
shopping In Jacksonville on Tues
day of this week.
COMPANYJ. Mrs E. S.I Matthews. Mrs E. L. Iteaittiful Sofa lied $:;9.5)

Matthews, and Mrs J. M. Mitchell Fine Assortment Spring Rockers $21.75

D. CARLISLE, Managing. ..Owner and Miss Luclle Mitchell were In Linoleum (Assorted Sizes and Colors $,).50 to $1230
..-.... ,. Jacksonville Wednesday
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_________n_._ __._n___" I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and
; 12 WEEKS Mrs. J. 'V. Kincaid were In Jack- Chenille lied Spreads, 'Window Grapes, Wall Mirrors,
Tuesday on business
'TIL XMAS Cloth Window Shades All PricetTt, Sell
o .

'Don't get discouraged Jiittt because OUR CHRISTMAS % AFTERthe.Collision WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE I
II ,
Sills lost the first football
game Look what the Japs did


turn out a bigger crowd thane Comes the
\<-r at the tonight and O
gain \\K FK.ITl'KE: John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
help the' Tornado: to blow a BENRUSLOUIS Worry -

little Htronger.s .
Collisions can cause plentyof t PHONE 51 STARKE, FLA.

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CRAWFORD Insurance before it's 1 1I

CHESTERFIELDSare .". thr "blur nnmr" nuikra In too late.Charley'E.. I WHITE
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here mnitlllrlrrnt.lid K n miy
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\ Your favorite dieslorfleM -
returns In thenew
fall fabric and Agency I
rich fdtadefl. It's they Sandwich
moat versatile coat TheSTAG Flume IS HTAKKE. F' Shop

t.kY' we've you can a large choose selection and 1.\1
RtprMtr tine THE TRAVELERS Hertford
Z. to show you. J Under Management of Eddie Davis


1 to 24.50bg ''Q a I at your service '

The Opening of


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Saturday, September 30 S. STEAK .

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With a Marked The bag!

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COLORS to be one of the most!' popular eating: spots en r:
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IN cleanliness and quick twrvice.


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. . . . . glad to know that he Is improving books
Se. relatives.Mr. which
iting w

LawteyBy and In Mrs.Starke H. Sunday C. Kelly even-werevlsiUn& WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE--- THEATRES, GIFTS after his in accident Lake In City Starke hospital, Sat- 'Ing forward ,I"? h,J*'"****1\ii{\,

urday afternoon.Mr. past f0ftLONG
EVELYN; : WARREN Ing.Mrs. SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR and Mrs. Joe Moody and month. Th,. ,,I I';
. . . . . . V. H. Appleby and child- children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold well pleased ,Ullj ",\ " '
ren of Jacksonville are spending INFORMATION: OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND Shiver and several others were very much I OJLOOKIN i
Mrs. Bradley was visiting in some time here with Mrs. Apple- RECREATIONAL CENTER
visiting Ira Merritt In Lake City
Jacksonville several days last by's parents, Mr. and Mra. J, E. I Sunday. I I

week. Warren. . . . . . . . . . . . . hospital Miss Eloise Johns is still
Miss Evelyne Warren and Mrs. ALTERATIONSPearl's
thrilled over last week end's visit
Bradley were shopping in Starke Pine Level Alteration Shop which she spent at Miami witha i

Thursday. IUlf friend, Officer .
the! School Petty Charlie
Mm. II. M. McRaeef .
' Mrs. J. B. McDonald and daugh- By. .! t. "' . . . . . . Cowan He will leave for overseas r .
ters, Miss Grace McDonald and . -. FOOD ..2Camp : I" I duty the first of October.Mr. fora

Mrs. Joe Harrell, Jr., and her M0 ,NAp B.EfO E EJERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S .BIRTHDAY PARTY -- REVIVAL CLOSESThe and Mrs. E. P. Goodwinand
Don Joe, who is visiting here, were I The surprise birthday celebration DinerMilligan's revival meeting closed on children and M... Earl Starling -
in Lake Butler last week-end vis given In honoi Of Miss Lucille Grill Sunday afternoon, after_ a basket of Hastings were visiting
Crosby and her brother Pearl's Place.GIFTS I dinner at the noon'hour. We Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, Satur-
Vernon Crosby, at the home of had a nice meeting, even thoughwe day night and Sunday.
Miss Odessa McRae Monday evening -I didn't have any additions to Our school now has ,its.library
was a great success. the church. We had a lot of

I Those present were Ruby Hin- visitor and some wonderful sermons -
!JE-A-T HEREG1 ton, Darleen Alvarez, Gretta Fae I Gislain's aEemaYTSPECIALS;
Rogers, Haven, Francis, and Glen- Wonder Gift Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrews
V --IF da Crosby, Odessa McRae, VeataIfyrlck.
iJ: YOU LIKE HOME COOKING ff 'C and children of Morriston pent
Nell Crosby, Walter Alvarez -
""a MILITARYSUPPLIES Sunday with friends and relativesat KUJI-8fj 1
:a en
see Melton Norman, Carl !Sod-!
. erstrum, Clinton Bond Clarence church.
I Mra.! Crystal Wiggins and son
Bea, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby, -
CHILI -a HOT DOGSSANDWICHES Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, andJ. Ben.suslow's Army StoreGislaln's Mickey of Olustee spent the
CO week-end with Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Hall. Refreshment were
F. Wiggins. la still in
served, In th. dining room and Crystal
I P. S. Stores the State Farm hospital. We 1J
the guests left wishing Lucille
OUR SPECIALTY $; Shafkin's hope he is improving and will be
and Vernon many more happy
t3 Call St. Nest Door To Western Union r birthday I The Stag well soon.
:Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn and DUO-THERM
JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'Swonder Church was well attended at children of Alachua enjiyedchurch
Pine Level last Sunday with 125: THEATRESFlorida here Sunday.Mr. HOT WATER
In the Sunday School classes Rev. I and Mrs. W. B. Larcnby
McCullough brought the message and family have moved near HEATERS
which was greatly enjoyed. Park Jacksonville, where she is a mem- TAU

Rev. and Mrs. "W. E. Hall are Ritz ber of the faculty of Wesconett .
visiting their daughter and son- School.
gt Strop in-law, Mr. and Mm. J. E. Mur- TAVERNSBlanding Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Flashlight
rhee at Hilliard, but will be back children spent Sunday afternoon BOTTLE
for prayer meeting Wednesday with Mr and Mrs. Adam Andrews BATTERIES
MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR.. )) night.J. Center Bar eft Lake Butler.
J W. Hall of Jacksonville spent Bob's Tavern I Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and of
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.B. Jordan's BarTheressa son Elbert spent Sunday after
M. MoRae. noon with the former's parents, EXHAUST
Mr. Susie Myrlck of Lake Geneva . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nettles of

6,000 and eon, Bishop Myrick of Midway.The FANS
USNAS, Jacksonville, were visiting pupils of our school have BEERSTOP
H. M..McRae over the week- purchased "The Grade Teacher"for

Gifts and souvenirsto end and attended church 11 ere. .. .By. Him. .Ida. Hagaa. S . one year (10 Issues) with
Mrs. H. M. and B. M. McRae the money they received for writ- RADIO
and children, and J. W. Hall visIted Shepherd Adklns. Mrs. Clara ing the news the month of Aug- "
choose from the Dyal Cemetery, Sunday Adkins and children and Mrs. ust. We are proud to have this
afternoon. monthly magazine.Mrs. SERVICE .
Schect of Jacksonville were visIting -
Robert Groover of Miami wasa Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. Hersey Monroe Barr of Jackson-
recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. here this weekend.Mrs. ville was visiting her grandparents LOOKIN
B. M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- fe
J. C. Cochrane and Mra.

BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMASWE S . . . W.Starke D. last Garrett week.were shopping In drews Mr., and Sunday.Mrs. Ernest Clemons e

and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Greenof WINKLER
WRAP MAIL INSURE Gum Branch Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns and Lake Butler were visiting Mr. DROP i.v AT

and stamp with "Do Not Open By Mra. T. N. NormanS son Christian Grady Union of Hampton here attended Sunday and Mrs. J. S. Snowden last Jordan'Bar '

. . week-end.. ELECTRIC
'Til Xmas" Seal night. ....-.. -- - -
auu ""YLf.. <:>. IJ.rews: were
Keith and Stevie Chapman of W. W. Packham and young Mr. Jn Lake City, Monday.
Batten were visiting In Gaines I
Jacksonville are spending this Pvt. Robert Ward of Camp
week with their grandparents. Mr. ville on Monday. Gordon Johnson' Tallahassee, SERVICE
OLD SARGE'SPLACE and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Alice Jones was calledto spent the week-end with his wife I
Mrs. B. M. McRae and children Miami Saturday by the illness! and other relatives. 226 Temple Ave. Paddy Libretti,M
and Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine of her sister Mrs. Eula Lee.J. Mrs. Vernon Edwards of
Level were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.' McGee of Honolulu, Ha- Brooker spent three days with
E. S. Sapp, Sunday afternoon.Mr. waii, is visiting his daughter,' her sister, Mrs. G. W. Andrews PEARL'S ALTERATION SHOP
Mrs. James Swindell this last week and church
STARKE'S ORIGINAL and Mrs. A. D. Norman week. enjoyed ser-
and children attended church at Mr. and Mra. J. D. Griffis have vices. Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre!
Heilbronn Sunday. returned to their home after Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews, Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship
ARMY STOREAuthorized Miss Mildred Moss of Jackson- ; spending a few weeks in Miami.K. R. R. Andrews, Gus Thomas, Russell -
ville is spending this week with B. and Willie! Swindell of Green and G. W. Andrews attended UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY
Mrs. T. N. Norman recuperatingfrom Jacksonville were visiting their the funeral services ot
by the 'War Department a tonsilectomy. mother Mrs. S. R. Swindell this J. W. Townsend in Lake Butler,

Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended weekend.B. Sunday afternoon.
the annual meeting of the F. Geiger, S 2-c. of Sanfordwas Pvt. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins The
Primitive Baptist Church at visiting his mother, Mrs. J. I Mr. and Mrs. Math Sapp and
Crawford Lake Sunday. P. Dlckerson this weekend.Mrs. children, Clara and Judy, of Lake
for all Miss Dorothy Norman of Jack Dees la spending a few Butler attended church services $64
sonville spent the week-end herewith weeks with her sister, Mrs. Buck- several times during the meeting.Pvt. I
\ her Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins will return to
Military Supplies _. ___parents__ hart of Lake Geneva. Rich-
... .{'O. i'turiiiiftJi.u .'UV"..n..d, V a., thl s .we"K..661.
Misses Hazel and Question
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of visiting Mildred Phillips Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Perry of
Sampson City were the dinner were their sister, Hampton and Mrs. Cora Edmond-
Novelties & Jewelry guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. dale Elizabeth Hospital, who In Is Palatka.ill in the Glen- son of Starke were visiting Mr.

Sapp, Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden, Sunday.Mr. .
Mrs. W.
Louise Chapman of Jacksonville -. her C. Rhoden was visiting and Mrs. W. W. Williamsof What is
Friday night. She more
was visiting relatives In. Lake Butler were visiting Mr.
this section Sunday. Mrs. C. A. has Just returned to her home in and Mrs. S. L. Crews and child- refreshing and
Ben Suslow'sArmy Starke after spending a few relaxing -
Chastain and little daughter of ren Sunday afternoon.Gus .
also visiting here.S months with her husband in Bal- Thomas
Hampton were timore, Md. and Mrs. than a few
2-c J. B..Edwards of Boston Della Thomas of Jacksonville!'
Mass, Is home visiting his parents , Mrs. Thelma Profitt of Starke were visiting Mr and Mrs. R. pleasant hours
Store this wee. J. B. looks as I was visiting Mrs. S. R. Swindelland R. Andrews and their children
though the Navy Is agreeing with I end. family here over the week Sunday.Mr. with good friendsover

209 E. Call Street Starke Fla. him.Mr and Mrs. Looney Sapp of bottle
and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and . . . . . . lalford were visiting Mr. and a of (.
daughter Darleen of the Rising Mrs. O. B. Moody, Sunday.Mr. mellow beer?
section were visiting her parents, Brooker I and Mrs. Johnny Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Edwards, on and small son Richard of Lake ..
Sunday By Joyce Atkinson Butler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. You're
Hi .,-._ afternoon.:0 . . .": . . . I H. L. Johns. Sundav.--- I right . there's nothilike r
Friends of Ira Merritt will be
SOLDIERS, SAILORS I Friends and relatives of Missorle I it. .
Bud yule
Stokes regret that she Is was visiting Mrs. N. G.
.. AND MARINES: in the Alachua County Hospital Hayes on Monday.C. .
In Gainesville, and very in at the L. Atkinson of Ocala spent/ LEI's TAVEC' !
present time. the week-end with his family
Mrs. N. O. Hayes Mrs. R. A. Miss Juanita Fegal of Tampawas
: Bethea. and Miss Doris Hodges visiting relatives here Tues- Bob Jones Mgr.
.. : ,
h ; day.
= were
..... shopping In Jacksonville
{ on
1 ;; ....,. Tuesday.
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N'- Misses Virginia Padgett and
1. .' Ruby Ward. who are employeesof
the Southern Bell Telephone
They all Co. in Starke were visiting their rtsHAFkiFs
REAL parents last week.

LIKE to EATat Mrs.visiting Rita relatives Brown here of Raifordwas Thurs- = =<-"'""= =,! ."- _oo -.....: ,. ": ,.1d

the J. B. Russ and baby son
of Orlando were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Vaace Russ, Monday. Migs\
CAMPDINER Jacquelyn Russ accompaniedthem
baak horn
& Steve Dampier and daughter of

Gainesville attended services at
the Church of Christ, Sunday.
HOT DOGSMILLIGAN'S Billy LumpUn of Jacksonville THE STORE

II I Corner Call & Cherry Is the guest of Mrs. Edna Hayes
I and family.
Yeo. 1V' C. ALL
I Crosby of Green SOLDIERS KNOW
II Cove Springs
spent the week-end
I Featuring the best with his parents.

1 GRILLCALL Steaks & Chops I and of Mra.Tampa relatives S. L.were Odom here visiting last and week.son friends Roy ENUF SED !I !t

Open 9 A. 31.-9 P M. Miss Frances Barry spent the

ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS j Daily Except Thursdays I Cason week-end of Alachua.with Miss Bettye Sue Jewelry Gifts Unifore.anw

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. . 1 . I I Clopton, for an Indefnlnlte stay. last: week-end with Leslie Brad . . . . : . .1 ring to Baldwin. So are Jimmy' Casey while Mr. Clark was employed s
MIllS Margaret Reddish of Hell- .
te Farm bronn Springs spent the pasiweekend ley.Marie Wiggins of Hampton was Clay Hill me the Billy addresses Wilkinson.of Klmer She Aus sent I buck to at Tampa Camp the Itlanding first of moved this

with Atlas! Sara Crews the Ruest of Helen Whltfleld, on tin and George Killlngsworth,, week Mr Clark has. transferredto !
, I Bryan Whitfield Mrs. Bert Chambers went to Sunday. fly p,t. Lur BurgessMaxwell both overseas. the U S. Engineers and, will TOR ACID INDIGESTION

'a..trs. Inverness, Saturday, to visit her Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. For : Field Ala. How I I love all the folks and work In the Tampa district rot a ,

mother. Mrs. Walter Ward. rest Harvey and Mrs. Drew . . . . a . places back at Clay Hill They while.
Sunday. Lt. and Mr. and Mrs. H. :M. Richards Sweatt during the past week-end I had a nice letter from 1 the are the salt of the earth. Bang! The Young People's Class of the
guest- of Jackson- and children Jane and Henry were Mrs. J. "'. Alford and three
Frye Rev. Grover Alison of St. Mark's Must go to work. There U the local Y.P.U, sponsored a fore s
Station and SK spent Saturday at Jacksonville children, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. cannon. s: : I
val] Ai. Beach. Church in Starke. I have beenconfirmed well party for R. L. Watson.
William C. PerryMrs At that time Mrs. A. M. Skinner and daughter. Jean and I
Martha Helen, of Rlcharde went to Jacksonville for I Miss' Reeves of Jacksonville and In the Episcopal church . . . . . . U.S.N., on Thursday of last week
lghter. the day's visit with her daughter: i Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gramlln here and now am a member of Refreshments of cake and tea II I N-. SOcCII >
Va. St. Mark's. This seems to i fill
Whltfleld left Thurs- Mrs. Annie R. Norman and Mrs.! and Sarah Gramlln of Lake City. Graham were served by the girls of |hecl.isa
0 Park where Lily M Edwards went from Though no place nor date was my spiritual need at this time and by the honor guest's
rrultland sister, Mrs. G. s- there to Lake Worth after having given Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman more than any other. \\'e In the By :\1 no. T. I*. Casey mother, Mrs. E. M. Watson. I Carpenter's Drug StorePEARL'S
d her visited the Rlchardes for several received a gratifying message service do a lot of praying. We . . . . . . .
live closer to our Maker now thanat
weeks. from their son Robert S.
Mr. and Mrs. LF.. Chapmanand Chapman, last week !In which 1 he any other time in all our lives. Miss Katie Maude Easterling I
We must in order to get through. Mrs.
Slice Long BroiigTHon. and Mrs. PLACE
Fielding Chapman, 3rd vis- assured them of his well being
I do think that In the coming Leon
Wynn In
were shopping
bed! ited Mrs. Fielding Chapman and : and told of having been promoted
years the Episcopal church will Starke on Monday of this. week,
F FWotin0 rank of
young Walton Ford Chapman in to the Major. '
grow and grow. It brings goodwill R. L. Watson U.S.N., left Friday -
Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Recent letters from Pfc. Garland
between the Protestant and of last week to report back
Bore lk ,! \ on Monday. Going with Mr. and : Godwin told his parent! Mr. Roman Catholic because It Is,J[ to his baRt In San Frar.clftro. lie 'I
e.d The Mrs. Chapman was! Mrs. Ann and Mra. J. G. Godwin of the Protestant Catholic .
yet also. It la to be realigned. \
Messier, who returned to her excessive heat of hit location I I 1L CHICKENSEAFOOD
makes understand each ; (
Ese+Q1ip.en'1 us other Mr. and Mrs Wiley Kdmond-:
home In Jacksonville. of his
and brings about good fellowship son who moved here recently
Traveling on his motor-bike. hill-.lIE spot!! under
seeking a
without heartache I from
a am happy Miami and purchased the
d Broads' Henry Manassa of Starke spent trees a* a more comfortable place The Autumn flays. are herp old Wynn place are erecting another !
than his tent for his letter-wrlt- and It Is with joy I greet the fallIng I residence on the propertyThe
''ng, of his: being near a beach and leaves and the hazy days of house there I III In pretty bad : *
swimming and of his wishing for golden Autumn. I went to Auburn condition. BEERSandwiches

WE "good old cool Florida". HU Ala., last Sunday. I saw I Clarence Frailer, Frank Abernathy
air-mall letters!, via California gohlen-rod Iron weed and a lotof and T. L. Casey were In
SELL were approximately a week I In cotton ready to pick. Thf1 Gainesville Saturday on business.
tr . A r: reaching their destination.Mrs. corn is ready to harvest. The Whll there Mr. Frazier had some ,

J. F. Williams of Wewa- country li beautiful. I am still work done on his car.
301 QUALITY HIGH hltchka came last Monday to visIt glad I belong to Florida and have Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark and NOW OPEN 321 Temple Ave.
her son-in-law and daughter, beautiful dreams of my days; daughter Jackie, wino have been
- COn BAKED Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Hembree.Mr. there when on furlough. staying with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. I

GOODS and Mrs Vance Geiger and Sadie Carter writes that her .
ALWAYS son Bradley, and Mr. and Mrs. uncle Mack Tanner. who U In
Sole Here THE Reese Bradley and son Clinton, Africa la! coming home. Bill
of Jacksonville were Sunday Tanner is> still In Washington
LAPPE BAKERY guests! of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. state.I ask the OI'sWHERE

Bradley.Mrs. here extend my sympathy I to .
G. W. Hunter of Galnesvllle the Luke John's family for the
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- -- '" has been visiting her daughter Mrs. loss of their son, Oscnr. THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEY ,
and son-in-law Gladys Carter writes that her
|ruits C? Vegetables M. C. Roberts, since last Thurs! slater, Trudie, 1 Is with the familyfor

a month. Her brother Buts
Tt day.Petty Officer 3-c and Mrs. En- with the Navy in Hawaii. I Q na ,
DELICIOUS PEACHES Ice Bradshaw and their children, sent Gladys a cap'like we Was They'll Tell You
En Ice, jr., Sarah Ann and used to wear.
ALSO HENS AND FRYERS to their friendsat I
are now ut home A former teacher at Clay Hill

Mrs.Atlantic Tom Beach.Grady of Starke and and my writes good that pal,the Bernice Is taking Conway at STORES
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mr.White and Mrs.of Fer-G. the physical to join the Wacs. p. S.
nan lna visited Am I thrilled! She will be a medIcal of course
W. Strlngfellow and Mrs. George technician and I know she

:Manassa! Wednesday evening. will make a good soldier
Dicandio Mrs.\ Reese Bradley and sor Just received my first. letter

Clinton, of Jacksonville spent' from Lela Mae Cuiter Her bun- I
last Tuesday and Wednesday with band Is In service and she was *
CALL & CHERRY STS. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley.Mr. expecting him (home for the week!

.. ___ and Mrs. I. J. Wllllama She named the Edna
____,_ p----- and end. baby
and children Joe Joyce Mac. She is a Ulster of Bill and
Wayne joined other members of Mack Tanner both In the ser
the family for the birthday dinner vice. PS STORES
c W. Wllliaim. at his
iw of Daisy Lang never fail. me.
home near Lulu Sunday.It She has had my drestea and coat .
,.;Ww r was necessary cleaned She reports seeing Mr .
/ Bouvler Sr., to enter Riverside T. A. Ilinson and glad to note 1
Hospital In Jacksonville as a sh was well now. Daisy's nephew
GvergtoJg patient Sept 23. M. A. Bouvier, Marlon Wilkinson, has gone
/ who had been visiting his parents back to the University. of Florida,
since Saturday, enroute from his Jonell! to the Woman's College at
home In Miami\ to Carolina mountains Tallahassee. Rev Cutshaw preached
accompanied his last sermon at Long A
: Bouvier to Jacksonville and they; Branch.

I n I n } were Joined there by their other Bernice Carter writes me faith

son, J. A. Bouvier Jr., of Miami. fully. Leon, her brother Is. go.ot GOODNESS
Friends hope that Mr. Bouvler \

will Improve rapidly.Mr. Lake Butler announce the
ABOUT and Mrs. Martin Land and birth of a daughter In the Farm

children of Camp Blanding were HO! pltal. Friday September 22. F.i' .,..._-....!. 'ar yr'+''If\IO''II'\ ,......, fY y4yM.."-.
guests! Sunday of Mr and Mrs. i Before her marriage Mrs. Town* V i$( }r'si 'JIW.
r E. G. Land. end was Opal Flllyaw and Is the ''' .. S;,>; m Down by the old mill stream .

Mra. Effie Johns of Macclenny, niece of Mrs. M. D. Young.

I spent Friday and Saturday with( ....-,.-.-.-----,--.-... > there's a touch of nature's goodness in the I

i Mr. and Mm. Lawrence Dugger. : 1- 'shade dappled water rippling over the
During the past week Mr. and > ,
Mrs. I. J. Wllllama had as their Bee Bergof wooden wheel-just as there a
guests, Mrs. Creesle Roberts and creaking .. --,_. '...
Mra. Charles Roberts of Lake e touch of nature's goodness in every glass
I who had dinner with them
Butler Thursday and 3rd Class Petty, of sparkling sunlit JAX. Rich full body

Jod c) villa Officer Naval Hugh Air D.Base Lee of who Jackson-spent GISLAIN'Shas r jt delightful aroma and a fine creamy collarare

Saturday night with them. So '
Lloyd Dowling arrived Sunday just part of the JAX tradition, too. J

from his home In Fredericksburg, time ask for a friendly bottle of JAX.'
Restaurant Hours 9 to 9 Daily Va. to be with his parents, Mr. returnedfrom .. next ,
: Except Tuesday and Mrs. W E. Dowllng, during : Remember . you can't buy better beer! rvffrV
Illness. the
his mother's continued "
.. Mrs. Dowling I* now a patient In irt.
_... _ L .... __ -" n-__ ,.- Jr r the Farm Hospital and friends
regret the seriousness of her con MIAMIMARKET

. "I'll Meet You At dition.Mr. and Mrs T. H.Jacksonville Hogan and s

son Lonnelle, of
moved Thursday into the home say
Blanding Center occupied until recently by Mr.

and Mrs. E. G. Land. Mr. Hogan
of the Farm where she I
and Patio'enjoy Is a new employee BEER
Mrs. Hogan's parents, Mr. and ?
Mrs. curtis Thomas of Jacksonville personallyselected

are now with Mr. and Mrs. _

Hogan.Mr and Mrs. Fred Wilson andMr. of scores of iNE[ IIIMR OF FIIE DSIIIP H
and Mra. Wallace Lucks
Jacksonville had Sunday night interestingNEW
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. N.

of Palatka spent
James Moody . .
yourself in the past week-end with his wife tr ?N.RaIf
and children at the home of Mr. Ay Y CiTfciJ I. A, . ,rNMlll:
pleasant surround- and Mrs. J. A. Chesser. V'r ,..w... A
Because of the Illness of their items .

ings in the companyof kinsman, N. B. Pearce, who has being !
been a patient at the ,
for some time, :Mr.\ and Mrs.
congenial people. H. M. Pearce of Sanford Mr. andMrs. S4'1 Jn't bllu

F. 1>r..Pearce of Eustls Mr her I
and Mrs. J. H. Pearce and Miss c beer

Rachel Pearce of Lake Butler L. completeCURIO 5- a'N, ,' I Io .
' M. Pearce of Lake City, C. C. ?* better
LANDING Pearce of Dade City and Roy & GIFTSHOP fc&>i! anY
with Mr.and -
Pearce of Miami were V'*'
Mrs. R. R. Pearce during thepojrt (
week-end. Friends are worry *&* wV r,.
ENTERS ; that Mr. Pearce is so seriously 111. ; 1 4r' 1Y

Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Strickland
aad little son. Johnnie, of Graham ?
came last Friday to visit Mr. and r.1. 'rl .
MM. A. C. Davis!
ARebelle Mr. and Mr.. R. P. McLendonhad

a* their guest last week-end COMPANY Jacksonville Fla,
Mrs. Rudy McDonnell of Gaines ISLAIN'Sv JAX BREWING ,
J. Hyde, Manager
r- I' and Mrs. W. C. Townsend --00


Convention' DescribedTo I. Eddie Davis Opens Bradford Photo Mrs. WeathersbeeBack t

Rotarians New Eat SpotA To Re-open Studio at Home 1i "

Joe Hill Williams, assistant new sandwich shop to be Mien Madelyn: L-cin, daughterof Mr. Opal Weathersbee. proprietress 1'F \ O"

state's attorney for the Eighth known as the "White Castle", Mr. and. Mrs I. Lcln returned of the Depot Cafe wan {Jfit!

Judicial Circuit and prominent will oppn Saturday In the Davis recently from New York discharged from Riverside Hospital

Lake Butler attorney was guest Hotel building in the room formerly City where she completed a !. Jackaonville, on Thursday V'
occupied by the Snack graduate course In natural color
at tho Club Wed-
speaker Rotary
of last week and is now con- .t ,
npsday. describing I n humorous Bar. Eddie Davis', man aging photography at the New York
detail name' of his experiences aMa owner of the Hotel and Bar, will Institute of Photography and valescing at her home here. F."

Florida delegate to the Democratic operate the new eat upot. will reopvti her photo studio at Mrs. Weathersbee was brutally + h ?
National Convention The room has been remodeled the Bradford Photo Shop on Sat beaten about the head and face '
and.l'l'flt'coratefl In spotless white. urday, September 30.I with the butt of a pistol in the
He went to Chicago and did
Three kinds of sandwiches will I Miss I/ecln was graduated from hands of an ex-convict negro /
his duty an he saw fit the I be served, Swift's Premium hot I the same school two years ago Charlie Harris, who attempted to
speaker stated but he Btlll doesn't dog, hamburgers made from : rob her plate! the night of Sept. Glotlstl
I and her work In which
know exactly what happened or fresh ground alt loin steak and 8. Harris subsequently pleaded
how It happened. "It wax dust grilled cheese, Mr. Davis said, in she has practiced here since that guilty to the charge before Circuit -

too much for a country boy to addition to a.puie Florida Orangeade time Uwell known. She re Judge A. Z. Adkins and was

take In," Mr. Wllllama concluded. drink turned for advanced study in sentenced to 40 years.
---- - ..,- -.-.- ---_.-_,- - New York In July of this year. Although Mrs. Weathersbee 1 Is
still weak from loss of blood andIs <
Mills Lee In will be at her
EVERY BRANCH OF studio In the -Bradford Photo l suffering somewhat from
is greatly
Shop between the hours of 11 a. shock her condition
m., and 9 p. m., from Monday Improved and she expects to reopen -
and from her restaurant about October ,
throuKh Saturday noon
3nJtt'anceH. on Sunday to 7 o'clock in the 1.NOT''E. f >I<

evening.She .
I TO ALL I + t
advliwg! those who want j 'l1L' sal
photographs completed In time
You are invited to meet with
for Christmas giving, to make
C. WALL us In the China Grove Section at
appointments for sittings as soon the new church building near the

as possible home of Mrs. Kenneth Griffis. Chamois Failed Twill Apron Morpby' Solven l Jehea.?..
This meeting will be held Sunday Oil Soap65c WUMeat
Agency 0cDissolves
Power Cut Off Oct. 1, at 3 p. m.. to or. 69c II room 1.98Has 59C

ganlze a church. The building Soft high 1.49 three the
Constant Service Over 50 Years George B. Flynn manager of la not completed so anything you quality very deep pockets! Householdstandby dirt I For No rublini
the City Light and Water Plant, I may give toward the work will absorbent.Oiltanned.. one a l'Washe8 beau for all cleaning. needed!Erin
said yesterday that will be guarantee tifully.; Coloryears! In 1-lb. 28-OI. size to itetntiiol
Please Phone 116 power I be appreciated. 15s2e-Incli. lightweight.. iasfc slae. luster! fli,
cut off part of the day Sunday' Mrs Arnold Griffis Sec'yRev. Tine quality.
M04i 4MM fce B>e>- M4.-*-4>-.-.-4MH .-heMCLASSIFIED .- ,ee q In the vicinity of and west of the I L G. Hemmingway. COOKIN'I t -
Weal End Filling Station on Pastor SEE WHAT'S
Route 28. '
The interruption in service is Mrs L. J. Green and children f

I caused by the necessity for mak- Judy and Archie spent Monday: A '

FOH.KAI.J1937 Murk ford 1TOU 8ALK-Station wagon 1941 ing line repairs, he said. ,,afternoon in Jacksonville.DON'T : 'L
('0upr. ll"dy upholstery, paint Plymouth In perfect (condition
and tires 'In 11'00.1 com!I Klein v....s Five new pre-war tires tall; \ .e>s;)
very little nil. Will sell fitriMiNnnnblA BIZ West .Madlttun St., Starke, Saltl _
|; Sri Mm. F. _.''1..". Oll ..3lpI
I'. lardticr lit "'11O.kel1'Y I'lviin-, Modern Saltt Sale -CeodarFI
era or Kitt. )>'. I". (liirilnvr. (.'o I'::, I COLORED GIRL or middle Qv llom>
llt.lnl. lln., ('""I' Klumllnif. lip Wax: Modern Glass Roasters Pe> "b 1nll"tll..
colored woman wanted to act IIoins'tOtl Tr.k..II'-

FOrt 8AI..K-J\lI..I,,"srv pI"-'wi."." ns housekeeper for family of F O RGE 39c Pe1Isia 1.75 ... 40 c'1.49
plants grown from Maryland --- Acre
two In Ohio town. Good food lOeContains am polish
*u>"'k. |i. per thousand In Iota Maces tiuor Guaranteed for one;year against that needs norubbing. Heat rest
of 1000 or more Writ* foi spy. and private quarters providedIn and furniture real oven beat breakage. Easy to One ant glamLZgtpolishing :
lal prh-rH III the .eI-41.I !. C. .
addition to Transportation
wages. cedar! clean. Btzo.
fhiippvl it. 6. line 114-H Smith oU of get pint. Stardr
JiuknuiivliuFla.. 929-3lp| north FREE See NEW SHIPMENT easy! 18-oa. Preserves the pLtstlctalltk!
Mary Jo Kent Bradford County wood. :Pint. (
FAUM Poll HAM'!-38 nr''H, 12 Telegraph office.WANTKO f.t
cultivated. 'Imlunce IIIIMIUI-O 7-
room hi its.*, mule, auto tractor WRISLEY'SSPRUCE
Somrnne' to fatten. 8
and other Turin louts On pavedtilKhwny
4 miles from Snuko. noun, goad brrvil'., on shares Avcraire /
11650.>> $1150 Bash, $000: IBIIIIH. HO! IbH.-II. |j. Wiggins,
.C. A. Futch. It Hnitipton. ]Itp
Shaving! SetsJust t

SPKNCKIl=" : PUProKTH Imllvldunllydenlicnoil Foil HAI.IC-Feetlvr pigs, liiijnlredlreitloiiM 9illtf AfhClothes
Mm. Bertha i'oarc-e, 305! at Standard Oil talion -
Went MadiMoil 8t.: 7-28-4tp In Keystone heights C'. V.Keyntone the thing for the boys in Camp or Overseas
ll1lrl".llIht, heights a

MSJIMANKNT WAVE, B9ct I>f> your lip $2.00 and $3.00JEURELLESHAVINGSETS ftflante
own Permanent with ('harm- FOR SALhJ Mingle lied with nuittreHH. Bathroom Sets Mop andDrainer IroniMHoard '
Kurl Kit. Complete nnulpment, 201 Washington. Street. line heel Faiad
Including 40 curlers and Mhampoo.F.iny ItpWANTliU
Clothe.- .
to da, absolutely hurmloiiM.I 4Oa Rug. Lid Cover sCIElastic
>rai".>fl by thousands Including TO HIONT-Apurtmunt or Ilre case.50e 1.47
Fay MoKenmlc, glamorous movie cabin about October 10th. Wlfn 2.19 1.09.
tur. Money refunded If not and :t small chlldien., Permanent 28-fU of dry- Saves weary 2'llle quell
atl..fled. Koch' Druit Store.811615t11j24. party Camp "landing 1'vt. Alfred Good quality In g line.Choice Made of deep, fluffy yarn in wringing and kaittedcottolbraf4ed
| Dolph. 829-2tp|: A Very Popular Item For Men line. of gorgeous pastel colored fUtf !g21s37loci. stooping. Pail pad.CoverS
.. BO-feeU colon. not Included. lilu I !taut
- - - - -- FUn SALia!-75 to 100 bushels Sat- _.. {
some oranges B. W. Thompson
ltal f ord.

FOIl modern lt1dNT-8 convenience room, to bungalow reliable 7ie ca4e4I'4'e4 7&i OjFIREKING
and responsible pnnly 2H miles YARDLEY'S TOILET ARTICLESand
out on Slate Road }8. Write P.
O. Box 105, Stark. ItpHOUrtlfl '
Shaving Preparations OVKIVVARE
ATTENTIONWILL W ANT)>; >-lt nt or buy.
1or fl rooms, In btarke. Write
Box 749. It Will Arrive This Week .
saddles, :2 bildlex. I H-MM camera.

$150 OR MOREper and..nrr.projector.'.. IHO| ,.and Boonitnwn 1 water cooler H|I' A Number of Toys for the Children

icon nF.NT-2 cabins, completely Are On Display Here
mo. for modern house furnlvhed,Mtanley'a Hunch 3
ml. out on Palatka highway lip
with at least 3 bedrooms in ..
.. .
-- -

or at Kingsley Village. ROOii-r 9 ?(rtf S.WmMfUmmt .

Covered ..tretI.. .ry 98c go,
Phone 51 or call at Room KOCH DRUG STORE ea-le..33e B-Pleee See ....... C."rol .....

12, Magnolia Hotel. ; FOR RENT Has closa-fUtlng knob cover. Includes covered casserole, deep Such a ale way t.llnll

Handy, ODoquarh0U8. o1411H. loaf pan,pie plat four cop*. Each has a cover.
.. .
- - - - --e 500 YDS.
., .,
FROM: n GATELarry' If
GRIST MILL will start operation
huturday. "Sept.| 23. Hrln.* your
corn early L>. W. "UtarllnK !.uw-
t..y. HI22-at| tj
Place JohnF. Wayne rte .

milk, cows, stork cows beef 11OOMTOWNBTRAYED
In touch with J. I>. Oiloin.. Jr., 0-Inch G-Ornce 10th-IrcIs
City Box S47 Telephone Htarka, Box 411 Lake 204 C'lty.Ink -------o ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Pie Plate ........ 20c Custard Cap:: 30...... Utility PanWonderful ............fI
-From my farm I /
116-44 and calf branded 7-Jor T.F.AlKi Serve plo right at the table la Nice for many desserts. Handy, for beans pout*

I FOR RENT-lloiiKe m route 2. Box calf>branded 1 red and U Reward white to cow finder.and the plat you cooked It Inl too for refrigerator storing. cake, eta Also for molded.i
7H on Hellbrunn Springs. mud- Notify H. R. halos, Kalna. Poultry .
D. L. Kite lip| Farm or Lloyd Green 9-22 SIp

""Indian 7>.." Pattern



r Apartment Court .1

Eleven Units. Total income .

$314 Monthly. *1 e


I'- Apartment House ELECTRIC RANGES '

y 16 rooms. 3 baths. Total Income -

: .I $249.50 monthly. .

PRICE $11,500 CASH $6,000 i .

Home-5 Large Rms.and DINNER
bath. Furnished 4250. HAVE IN STOCKREPLACEMENT

Unfurnished 1000. SERVICE TWO-STE.P "tif'O''"

Cash $1,250 UNITSTo
35-Pe.S.t 7.45 STOOL '
Home and Income Fit 90 Percent of All BECAPP G

r' it. 6 rooms new, three now .T An eighteenth century d.. 3.93 Qualify
d A
" rented $62 per month. unfur ELECTRIC RANGES lip . lovely colored "fit:7r.. '

nished. "':' blossoms 111 the tree and The step pall oat and there's

PRICE $3,500 CASH $1,350 ID&kI a striking appearance a handy little ladder! Gloaming t-r
white with
bright ted seat and
cainct the .
e whit tack.round. Btepa 1.1)0.16.) .
Place of Businessand I Tilted edge H

residence. Call St. Service for six. Other SUp-Stool. ".,...19 C..TIPIC"NO tt9Eltt t





j Listen to the Voice of Firestone every Monday evening over N. B. C.PAGE .

- --,_ . -- . ,.--_. ".,_. .-... .. ------- ."""
; seal at Starke Florida, this) September IN' ciHr ,
.. ... State of Florida. tl'
of the 11144.
the Supreme COl'Vrj.Michael" '
of .
Purpose of FSA ) . FLOIIIUAI IN CHA.MIKHV. For Two Court(2)of Justice the State of Flor- As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, i, CoUY. rLUklptl0:

Florence Helen Steuerwald, Plaintiff Frank Landrum, gtarke Florida, I Kouhatii '-1t'lIlb'
Told By HazenIn ida.For () Railroad CommlsDloner T. ) p""
vs. Edward Martin Steuer-. of the State of Florida. Atty. for Pit 9120.4t.l0120| | ( fendantORDi.t . ;;,d1a< 'J"\\

EIGHT _ _ _ _ _ _ wall, 1> PUBLICATION6 State Senator for 16th Senatorial .:: '
-,-- order to promote a better OK1>EK!; of the State of Flor- iv cnicurr coi'IIT, ni Ai>Fo ntHMiyri AND'. .j.i ," ',
NOTICE TO APPEAIl District, (, I k: DrAT
understanding of the purposes STATE OF FLORIDA to Edward Id'iror ofRepresenbttlvee ( III'. hams ." :''IIJ PE
Convention Described Eddie Davis Opens tho Farm Security Administration Martin 8teu: rwald whono residence 1 Member of of the the House State 01 Irving (Cohen Plaintiff vii Mar resldenAstoria.\. _m t<
Is. 60 Park lloch ster.. New Case ,
of Kelly jorle Cohen Defendant No. I rbr
New Eat Spot L O Hazen wjpervlsor York: Florida ,
To Rotarians 83&6. You hy
this district has f'! ; aed the following You are required to appear onOctober For County Judge. ORDBR OF PUBLICATION October i ttr
1 23rd., 1944 In the abovenamed For Sheriff. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR "l ;
A new sandwich shop to be statement: and wherein For Clerk of the Circuit Court. named < :
assistant Court cause J"
Jnp Hill I For County Assessor. of Taxes. STATE OF FLOIDA to: Marjorie Plaintiff It
state's attorney for the Eighth I known as the "White Castle" "This program means openingand County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this For Tax: Collector.For Cohen 1181 Walton Ave., Bronx. County T.i ''

Judicial Circuit and prominentLake I will open Saturday In the Davis keeping open the doors of Order In next four weekly officialseal IHKUBSWitness Public Instruction.County Superintendent of New You York are: required to appear on Order Wlt.i I',. J'',

Butler attorney was guest Hotel building In the room for opportunity to every needy low my, hnrd Florida and, this September Far Five County CommissionersFor . Monday October 30th., 1944, In the seal at !,
at Starke above named Court and cau..e.wher..ln temhei, IRS
speaker at the Rotary Club Wed mi-rly occupied by the Snack Income farm family to build Its 20th., I 1944, Thomas, Donrd of One Public Member Instruction.For of the .County plaintiff seeks divorce (OFFI''I.t'I i tt

nesday, describing I n humorous Bar. Eddie Davis, man aging own futures and to grow, In pro (OFFICIAL SEAL sold )Court.A..I. Justice of the Peace In and Bradford County Telegraph shall As Clerlt, : J

detail some of his experiences asa owner of the Hotel and, Bar, will portion to Its own talents and determination As'r. Clerk Frank. of Lamlrum, Stnrke. Florida for the following Justice Districts, publish weekly Issues.this Order In next lour Walter. '
viz. 1. ,
Florida delegate to the Democratic operate the new eat spot. Into independenceand Atty for Plf 9i22.4t, -10113| o'O'c;: Constable In and for the : Witness my hand and official Fla, AtI3mma ;) i I sou
The room has been remodeledand following Justice Districts, via: seal at Starke, Florida" this September IN ""U'I',1"I I
National Convention.He home ownership OIII>r.U OF IIMC'TIOAND: No.' 5. I 25th., 1944. ft
jt-decoratcd. In spotless white.Three "We low-Income farm :'Odell '1'01'1''':.'1& NOinI, Testimony' Whereof I have (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas. CLUS',11: 1'1.11111"\\, .",\
went to Chicago and did kinds of sandwiches will THI3!] HTATK OK FJXJKIUA to: W hereunto set my affixed i As Clerk of said Court. U. ,'j' .
hit duty an he saw fit, the I families In two ways: By making N. Moacharn. U U Miner Uriah p. the Great Seal llnrhn"St of T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida George, r.. .K r
be served, Swift's Premium hotdog loans to them which are to be Miner. lIarahI.: !Miner Mary U. Florida, at Tallahassee the Capital, I Atty. for Plf. 929-4t-lO20| | onnri;[ xu15;
speaker stated, but he still doesn't :;, hamburgers made from advice Rising, O. !M Itisli g. N. l>. JJaKariian. this the twenty-fifth day of August AND \, , "."JCA1
I repaid and by giving them Edward N. UKkernon, Mary STATE . ''An..,
A. D. 1944. IN rmrrir ( 01 HT. IIRADPORIroi :
know exactly what happened or fresh sirloin steak and M. C. JJIckerHfin -
ground Caroline UlckerHolI. "
George ''A
about efficient farming practices (8MAW vri. FLORIDA IN CHA \\ t II,
how It happened. "I( wan just grilled cheese, Mr. Davis said In B. F. Myers. C' J R. A. GRAY \'. "VV. Magi- dna
management. Uamuel F. Myem.Thomas
and, Bound farm Kll/a: Husband of State ffla. )401\1)
Secretary James. MversT, Jr., Plaintiff vs. D..I.mIL \
too much for boy to addition Florida Dowllntt
a country Orange
faced O. Sheriff You ,
These farm families are Tamen 11 To HON A. ANDREU Myers, Defendant Case o.333R. at .
take In," Mr. Williams concluded. ode drink, William H. iwwlinir, BRADFORD County. October i I' . i. ip
with obstacles to progress, H. C Brown, W. 11 >>owlitf -
11.n1t. ; 'v,1. Edwards ORDER OF PUBLICATION named -
__ ., _____ _'_'L- .. and many of them without the llallln UowlliiK.owllnir.. W M. Ud- l\ ('UK'I'IT Cot'It'r, nitADFOItll AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,. -H,
aid of FSA would have been unable wards, Florida< iJincl and ImmlKra- C'C'I \'j'Y. "'I..OIIIU.1'1 CllCKHV. ,\:\- STATE OF FLORIDA to: D..lmalIIy..r. County this Order T. hdli I
the FlorIda .. whose residence Is Generallelleery i j
of }Florida
EVERY BRANCH OF to achieve what to Americans Railroad Company Company a corporation Cyril Michael Delosh, Plaintiff vs. I Huntington West Vlr- sues.WltneBH. rr.r
subsistence either of thembe Helen Strlletsky Daloch, Defendant tflnla: ,
'111 a minimum If living, and If .
dead all purlieu. claiming l In- Case No. 3312.ORDER You are required to appear on seal at ->' t,Ntember
living. terout under any such doceiiBi-d. or OP PUBLICATIONAND October 30th, 1944 in the above 11' i U
that otherwise mid to the lands :< NOTICE TO APPHAR nnmed Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAl
aid which FSA renders .
"The hereinafter des enables these low-Income farm persona UilmlnHT. any right Delosh, whose residenceIs County Telegraph shall publish! T. Frank :r. 3uul
-. niuanceH. families, through their own labors 1 title or Intel"Hi In sold lands. : which, 16 Dunuton Avenue, Yonkers, this. Order in next four weekly Ida, Attv i ""I.,
New York. Issues.
lands. art .situated. In Jtradford
efforts and developments, to County Florida and described as You are required I to appear' on Witness my hand and official
their individual obstacles follows: October 18, 1U44 In the above seal at Stnrke, Florida this September -
overcome All that part of the SV4 of SUM' named Court and cause wherein 26th 1944. BECAUSE
and thus become more of SWof Sutlon 21. Township plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
and citizens! 0 Mouth Range O: lying County Telegraph shall publishthis As Cleric of HIIId Court
useful productive
C. WALL East of Ktnti. ( :nf2No 13.:i except Order In next four weekly Is- 7'. Prank Lnndrum, Btnrke Florida -01-
and ultimately to become completely that part sold. l In Mndaey Orlffls sues.Uitni'BB Atty. for Plf. l29-4t-1020)| |
independent of further Loud. wife nil hy Orlffls as recorded my hAnd and official -
in Hoed< Hook 47. Pages IiI l seal at Florida, this September iv nun'IT ('0 I'lI'r. nit \)FOHI> STEADILYRISING
FSA assistance. and 78, Curront Public Records of 12. 1944. ('(Si'\'I"\', rionm\i i> ('It LN-
Agency 1 Bradford County, Florida. (Ol'FICiAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas., ('iuv.Frank: .
"Tills program does not encourage YOU AND EACII OF YOU!, whether \s Clerk of said Court A. Llchtenberirer, Plaintiff,
the attitude of taking known or unknown are hereby notified '1'. Frank Landrum. Starke Florida \0... Bertha Stadlmnn Llchtenbersrer
Constant Service Over 50 Years that a null tins been brought Atty for Plf. 915-4t-10| | things; easy but furnishes the opportunIty -
against you In the Circuit Court of OF PUBLICATIONAND
to work, hard and get Bradford County. Florida. In Chan- iv rinri IT 01 mi tprniin NOTICE TO APPIAUH'I'A'rFJ ; PRODUCTIO.
ucrv, case No. TldO: by Carl Johns COIVIl. PI.Oltll| 1tll..\\- OP 1 FLORIDA to Bcrthatadlman
Please Phone 14GCLASSIFIED somewhere. It does not mean and Thelma H. .'Johns as plaintiffs ('ICItY.Clifford Llchtenheiger whose res-
I meeting only the bare necessitiesof and In which you and each of you Redden Wilson Plaintiff, donee Is 24 So Tennessee Avenue COSTSThe
.. that the relief vs. Justine Dykes Wilson, Defendant
defendants Atlantic New Jersey:
-- - - ---------- ------ but Is designed to are ; City -
life pro- sought In thin suit Is to quiet and Case No.' 3304. You are required to appear on
..... vide the farm families with the confirm plalntlff'B title to said. ORDER OP PUBLICATION October 30th, 1944 In the above
f above described lanil as nn Indefensible AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and .cause wherein
type of assistance they need t) fee simple title, and you STATH OF FLORIDA to: Justine lalntlff seeks divorce. Bradford
ADS overcome their Individual handicaps are hereby required to appear (personally Dykes Wilson whose residence l Is County Telegraph shall publish TELEGRA
and to enable them to ob- or bv attorney) In sold Unknown.You his Order in next four weekly Is.
Court and. cause on the !Oth day are required, to appear on Hues.
tain credit the guidance, and the! of October 1941 or the allegations named Witness my hnnd and official
KOIl.HAUC-11117! Mnck, Foul Foil SAI.K Station wagon 194 services that to the farm of plaintiffs' sworn bill of complaint seal at Stnrke. Florida this Hep- FINDSIT
t'liupH. Hinly upholstery, paint riymoiilh. In perfect t-ondltloi bring will be taken RS confessed tiff seeks divorce. Pradford County ember 261h. J 1144.
and tires In gaud cmidlllun. UHPH Five new pre-war tires. I',,! and home efficient methods fled by 'ou. :The Bradford County Tele- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas XlrrrcStR':
very little oil Will null at 512: Went AUdlMon wt., StarkiKlii health and ..9atli. .P&th ts.herehv designated' as the next lour weekly Issues As Clerk of said Court. -
aHonalln price. See Mm. V . 0115-3 machinery and duly qualified newspaper In which Witness my hand and official seal T. Prank. Lnndrum, Starke.. Florida
I', fjnrdner nt "Htarke "ry I <"l*.iinTB tatlon; so they can increase their this. notice shall. be published once at Starke, Florida, this September Atty. for Pit 929-4t-1020| | TO INCREASE H
nr $gt. ,"'. .I'. (Inrrini'i, I'" I I':, I I COLORED GIRL, or middle age their each week for four consecutive 6th., 1044.O.'FICIAL.
run, Iln., I'll nip, illiindlnw.. ItpJTO'l production Improve living week prior to said' return day. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
colored woman wanted to ac standards! and gain the Incentives Witness my hand and official .seal As Clerk of sad. Court. SUBSCRIPTION'KATES

1 5At.1'--MINlo"srv vt>.. ida this September' Ath 1944. Florida, Atty. for Plf. 8-8 4t 8-29
plants grown from Marylandcuick. two In Ohio town, Good foo thus far they may have lacked. A. J. THOMAS: ,
|n per thousand In lots and Clerk of Circuit (Court PradfordCounty IN CIRCUIT COl'UT. lilt AltKOlt I)
of looo or niorff.. Wtitw fur" "I''-' private quarters providein < "The large proportion of these Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) COUNTY FLOHIIIAl IV ('11.tV- AS FOLLOWS
,In! prices In the liwilo.-41. C. addition to wages. Transportation T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, Florida' CIHV.
('happel| 1C 6. lli.x 94-H. "HiMilhJuikHimvlili' families who have been able to
north FREE. Se Atty. for Pit 8-& 4t 8-29 Allen Levoy Carter, Plaintiff vs EFFECTIVE
Flu. 9i21lati.PAIIM SEPT
I Katy Ellen; Carter Defendant CaseNo.
Mary Jo Kent Bradford Count repay the FSA loans has been 3115.: : Local And
.N' rmnir roi UT. mtmronn
FOIl $AI..I'J-3R n<.r,H, 12 Telegraph office. gratifying. In addition these COI'MTY, Pl.ttKIIttt CII\\- ORnEROF PUBLICATIONAND :<
eultlv0lpsi. Imliiiu. .e pasture, 7- farm, families have made a very ('Kit V. NOTICE TO APPEAR Long Distance
noni hake. mule, unto tractor Vincent Hubhert. Plaintiff VB STATE OF FLORIDA to: Katy
and other r..rlltnnlll.. On ,tmvcilhlKhwav WANTKIi-HoniPiino to fatten substantial contribution to the Ellen Carter whose residence Is
Catherine Mollov Hubbcrt. Defendant -
1 Year
hugs good breed, Khari-H
4 inlleN from Hlarke. on A' Hemingway South Carolina: Hauling _2
crags 110 Ib.-H.1[ |I.>. WlKKlni national war effort by increasingthe Cas No. 3105:
inr.o.( $iiso limit. $3ii<1 tumid.I' .-- ORDER or" prni/TCATION You are required to appear oil
. A. Futih. It Hampton." I It) amount of food or food prod AND NOTICE TO APPEAR; October 30th 1941, In the ahnvenamed 6 Months 1
ucts that they have raised on STATE OF FLORIDA to-; Catherine Court and cause, wherein
Foil HAM' :-Pecilor pigs Iniiulr. Molloy Hubbert whose residence Plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
SPKNCKH' : 1 Snri'OUTH IniUvldunllvdoiilittiPd SOSWest : < directions at. Standard Oil !.StilIlini their farms. In doing so they l Is 7219 Charles Street Philadelphia - County Telegraph shall l publish I this Phone 179 3 Months
Mm. Murtha I'tmrco T-J8-4tp In Keystone 'Heights. c'. \ have won the respect of a large Pennsylvania. Order In next four weekly Issues.
Madison Witness hand and official
I Ingluright Keystone HelwIitM.Klllt part of the public who have become You are required to appear on my
It October 8th., 1944 In the above
-EIUrAN," NT WAVE 5">ct 110 your 1 familiar with the splendid named Court and cause wherein'
own Permanent with ,'h..rll'I. I HAI-K-Xlnirle bed with null achievement of this and lalntlff seeks divorce Bradford
Kurl Kit. Complete equipment I tress 201 Washington Street. program bounty Telegraph shall publish this
Including, 40 curler. .and Bhampoo It they can and do feel proud of Order In next four weekly Issues.

TCasy' to do, absolutely hurmlvim.I'raiHPd : the part they are playing In the Witness mv hnnd and official seal STARKE TIRE SERVICI
: by thousands Including WAN"I'U'I'O' HUNT: -Apartment o nt Starke, Florida this September7th
Fay MrKenxle, glamorous movie cabin, about October 10th. Wit American democracy."We 1944.
tar. Money refunded It not unit :2 mull ihlltlicn. IVrnmnen A. .T THOMAS:
Mti.ri.d. Koch's Rlor... party Pump I'landinaI'vl.. Alfred too can feel proud of As Clerk of said Court
BhI-1St-11124 Dolph. 912| -2C working In and for FSA with (OFFICIAL SEAL)

--- -.- -.-..-. -, ,- -,- FOR 8ALI3-7S to too bu h..l. Sal confidence that It Is making and Attys.Knight for A Pit.Knight Starke&.,& Florida.4t 829OF1 All Size Tires

Half lima aril.or..naE.. W, Thompanl. .-4| will continue to make a quite substantial CaDDed and Tubes Vulcanized

contribution not merelyto KLKCTIOVTo
FOIt HUNT-tf room buniralo* the the Sheriff of BRADFORD
Individual farm families
modern convenlenceii, to rellabl County, of the State of Florida:
and responsible iiurJv.. ZU mile but to the whole Nation L"e It Known, That /. R. Ain GRAY
out on State Road :18. Write I Secretary of Stats the of Recapping Done
O. Box 106, Starke. It Florida do hereby give notice that

} I 5 or 41 rooms, In ::t"rke.or wilt be held In BRADFORD County -
Box: 749. 1 State of Florida, on Tuesday
next succeeding the first Monday
p l"UI"I'" )-J horHen, :2 wemerKiuMleH ; In November A. D. 1944, the said In Modem Electric Mold
. :2 hi' Idle*. 8-MM I came e Oct bottle Tuesday being the
a of '
and projector, and 1 water coots SEVENTH' DAY OF NOVEMBER
MOREper I.arrv'n. t'lm-e. ttoomtnwn It i ;-v0e DR. HElls LIQUID For United States Senator from
$150 OR Lou KILLER the State of Florida for six: years ALL WORK
FOR RF.NT-2 cabin, completelfurnlshedStanley's (com Ji cent or from Jan. 3, 1945. GUARANTEED o
mo. for modern house I.. pr bird). For. Eight (8) Presidential Electors -
out on i'alatka highway. 11 And next time you
with at least 3 bedrooms in feed the flock in 1SD For Congressional Representative District of the of SEC the Expert Recapper and Vulcanizer
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evening State of Florida In the Seventy-
Starke, Keystone Heights, ,_ spread a thin film ninth Congress of the United

or at Kingsley Village. ROOMSFOR 0 of KltLIR the along Loves the :States For Governor of the State of 24 HOUR SERVICE ON RECAPPING

rooiti. When the birds go to roost their Florida. .
Phone 51 or call at Room body heat ..Ie.... fume from thii nicotine For Secretary of State of the
State of Florida.
12, Magnolia Hotel. RENT that kill lice. It i. the simple way For Attorney General of the State .
to dettroy theee p.u.. ot Florida.
For Comptroller of the State of
.... _. lorlaa. Best Grades of
- - - -- 500 YDS. VDQUAKTKIIS: FOR For Treasurer of the State of Materials Used

GRIST MILL will start operation FROM B GATELarry' DR. HESS'FAMOUS 'lorlda
Saturday, Mcpt, 23. llrluit yuur For Superintendent of Public Instruction -
porn early U. W. Starling l.uw. of the State of Florida.
toy. t>!2J-2tp Place STOCK REMEDIESSISTRUNK For Commissioner of Agriculture

IP YOU WOULD BUY OR MELT Clean cotton rags.
milk cows, Mock cows beef BOOMTOWN No Buttons. Highest cash
cattle., stock hulls or notes, net Madison Avenue Fla.
In touch with J. O odom Jr., ._ Feed & Seed Co. prices paid. Bradford County Starke
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Box 347 Stark Rug 204 Lake Telegraph. tf .
City Telephone 4S1 Luke City. STRAYED-Frnm my fnrm I rtcow

/ _____ _- _____1111.44___ and ciiK branded 7-.lor
Also 1 red and white cow
FOR RENT:::< -HI>IIK" nt route 2. Box calf branded 15 Reward to -
TH nn Hellbronn Mprlnws rOl\d- Notify H. H Kttlns. Rains. tlnd..r'l .
D. 1. Kite. 1111| try Farm or Lloyd Clreen.

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Apartment Court .f .

Eleven Units. Total income

$3(4 Monthly.


b Apartment House ELECTRIC RANGES '

.... 16 rooms. 3 baths. Total In-
come $249.50 monthly. ,

PRICE $11,500, CASH $6,000 /' .

Home--5 Large Rms. DINNERSERVICE

and bath. Furnished $.,250. HAVE IN STOCK '

Unfurnished $1,000. TWO-STEP i1ttoNT

) Cash $1,250 UNITS .. CON1AOlltO

3..S.'td S T 0 O "6REPLACEME

Home and Income To Fit 90 Percent of All LRECAP"J

.Trk An IfnUentli century d.. 3.93Tu
:,. 6 rooms, new three now with Grade A Quality
.. ELECTRIC RANGES sign . lorelT colored
rented $62 month unfur- Camelbeck
.. 'blossom ftll the tree and taps pnJl out there'

G nlshed. make a striking bandy little rnGI! am1DC.
.,. : PRICE $3,500, CASH $1,350 the white OMkroana. step white*. with bright led seat and 1.00-16. .00

Place of Business for ." edge .ATI l
; Rerrlce six. Other Step.Stools .....5.19 C..TI.IC4\n I tvyllt0
and residence. Call St.
$12,000. A REAL BUY


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