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: January 26, 1945
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: VID04899
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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mpse of Buddy's Gliastly Wound Causes BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPHOlicial

jigged, Sergeant to' "Pass Out Cold" . laps '

! 'rce Bogus Bills on Natives, Anderson Says
, '+ County Publication Established In 1871 -

Netherlands East Indies the Japti conquer territory VOLUME SLXTY-lnWEN STAIIKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. 19U N1JMBtU I+FOUICTEF III
o of my ''best friends la the they force the vanquished '

it are Sergeant Kan.Fraud, and Stum-Staff less citizens paper to accept money this as worth legal NEW l\I I IJ.
cxf Plttsburg.
cant Robert payment for goods and ser 'Brown-Out' Effective February 1st; r a I 11

... . .. ' vices. This, to me, seems
ivler of St._ :.... only a low-down way to steal i

ersburg.. The I. .: .. .. from helpless people.In City Told To Enforce Regulations I:1
day we are ::1#'. J this part of the world you :
; drive on the left side of the
d In NEI weed ; \ :t
for thet . :". t t'J road, continental style. Ever so Call Street, with Its panorama' outdoor ornamental lighting ;'I'It ,
time that > often along the roads are "pub- of neon signs blazing here for ((4)) Show window lighting ex- r
; lic gas stations" consisting of an the past four to attract the '' I
ImfolTa kid years cept where necessary for interior ( )
elevated 1000-gallon gasoline tank Camp Blanding soldier trade illumination.
.ier. i' \1
severely", ., with several dangling hoses'and must Join In the n a 11 I o nwldo"brownout" \
i a "no smoking" sign. There are ((5)) Marquee lighting in excess 1 1
nded by a iI effective February 1, of 60 watts for each
no attendants; you drive up. run k !
mortar shell according to Instructions wired to I
ne the First ....p.... .", the vehicle's gas tank over and City Clerk Carl Johns this week ((6)) White way street lightingin :
Is:1:ion's at- drive off again. No money, no from War Production Board i excess of the amount deter I i
on the Admiralties last coupons nothing to sign! headquarters in Washington. mined 'by local public authorityto H i

h. and that he was la a hoc .Jealous? Principal casualty of the new be necessary for public safety. *
((7) Outdoor with
1 only ten miles, away from restrictions will be outside neon sign lighting II
We three piled ;,into our Last night I had to get In my and other electric display signs, limited specified exceptions which
and highballed over to. see air raid shelter three times. On City Clerk Johns stated. For you will note In the Order.

stopping at every fork In : the alarm just before midnightI the present at least there will "You will wish,to comply fully 'fl
|?trail to ask directions. dived Into the hole straight be no dimming of Call Street's"white with the Order and we urge that \'
Fowler and X stayed outside from bed bare footed and in way." you undertake Immediately what- i
pie. ward while the two shorts. Charley came in low and Copies of the WPB order ever arrangements] are necessaryto
rothers erected each other fast and I was afraid he mightbe have been sent to commercial be sure that ,you do not vio- f

there were still trace of strafing us with machine guns.I electric consumers In the city late the Order when the manda. II.
s i when we went Inside to wasted no time putting earth stating, that'.Jit order "to save tory provisions become effective '
introduced. They hadn't between us.When ( scarce fuels"use\l In the generation -' on February 1, 1945," the letter J. H. DuPre has I
o each other In over1,aJimmy our office equipment of electricity as a part of stated )' manager' of the
ea. really* warnshot ,finally arrived after' our_ lust the over-all war time fuel conservation ; Any consumer.who violates the Florida Power _A
up" and daring the move I found that eleven of my programs" .the following Order Is subject'to penalties prescribed succeed H. N. I ;
ana of the afternoon'' he precious p h o n ograph records uses of electricity will be by Federal Law which now In the '

buckled the bandage re- were cracked and I was heart- prohibited after February 1: may Include the discontinuanceof Bay Pines.
hung MS Infant's belly' broken. For several weeks my ((1)) Outdoor advertising and electric service at the direction Mr. DuPre has ; '
1 from around" hie abdo- personal equipment WM held outdoor promotional lighting. of the WarProduCtion Board. company, since 1929
en i and showed va his worst up enroute and I had but one (2)) Outdoor display lighting Under the terms' of the Order the tar with this 1
ound-a ghastly sight. Fewr suit of clothed, which I would except where necessary for the city.must report'to the War Pro having been ,
atanding4at the foot lot, wash out In the ocean and then conduct of the ,business of out- duction Board the name and location Palatka district for
.e bed fainted ,dead away, don while still wet. One Ill- door establishments of any consumer who refuses He comes to
It the floor with a resound- fated morning I was scrubbing ((3)) Outdoor decorative'and to comply.. pany headqua r t e I
thump heard all over the them vigorously and the pants where he was < :
ani. Patients sat up and slipped from my hands. Before and claims I

came* running. We I could grab them again Health Department ResidentsTo Mr. DuPre
tied him Into an empty bed the stiff undertow swept them! wife and young
a right pretty nurse away forever and there was I in Starke In the
kthed his face With a wet -stranded In N EI-without .
punts! Connect With City's Sewer LineA Rites

Join.came around in a few rain-- I went around half the day

and the girl asked him. dressed In Vet shirt undershorts For A. E.
hat' the matter T" From and shoes. Finally our 1st Ser- ,complete sanitary survey of Ida," Mr. Park stated. "We regret -
ewhere Fowler brought up .the geant, "Duck Butt" Byrne took Starke is now under way and that some of our people have : Funeral services
st appropriate answer I've ev- pity 'on me and loaned ,me an every' home owner who has not not availed themselves of the op- I Elijah Wall 'CS.

heard: "I haven't hail anyg extra pair of khaki trousers he already connected his 1 premises portunity affordbd' to connect. this urday morning at
to eat In 40 days!" EverY4laughed had. .So there I was, nattily With the city sewer line Is being disposal lSy tem and help eliminate the First Baptist
and .you can too dressed In khaki trousers and urged ,to do so as soon as possible the )nanyInsanitary privies Starke with the :

,. they fed us candy bars; sure denim fatigue shirt. No one pays according to an announce and cess pools that now existin Haines officiating
ugh fresh Bartlett pears; pints any attention to a mixed uniform ment yesterday by D.. L. Parker our city. the Rev. L. A.. -
.' however. sanitation officer of the Bradford Complaint. Received Pall bearers were
slices and pineapple i Juice In combat zone
County Health Department. "Due to the .large number of
C C. A. Knight A. J.
delicious! ;f
jy! Was It, '.
jjlmmyrwith'feUr.PaFpl -.Heat The'darndest directive:came "All fllth-borrie c ales' such complaints rte I lved, by your Alexander, H. L

long since ,returned, to the out today from?' Corp headquarters as .typhoid fever diarrhea dysentery county healthy department<<: In regard C. C. Armstrong
utes and home to his prettye. and even h o o kworm are to .these insanitary devices terment was in
"Three day passes
recover : caused by .the careless disposal of It has become necessary for the Cemetery under ,
He will completely "
the Island are authorized.. The Health Department and City Officials -
wastes. Mr. Parker
cept perhaps, for a slight limp. body stated. DeWitt C. Jones.
C Irony of fate A three day pass "The use of open-back privies to take such steps aa mightbe Mr, Wall died

I have sent the folks souv- and nowhere to gol I Some of the open sewers cess pools and improperly necesHary to have every prem- ernoon. Jan. 18 :
nlrs of Japanese Invasion fellows say they're going to constructed septic tanks ise in the city connected to the Hospital, ,
rrency given me by one of take it though and sleep for are the main factors contributing sewer i system" Mr. Parker de- ing in ill health parents.'V: ,
spur military police sergeants, seventy-two hours. That's the to the high Instance of cases clared. "A complete sanitary sur- era! years. In
John "Judge" Riley of Crlch- only thing a pass in this God and resulting deaths from these vey of. the city has already been wife Mrs Mabel
n. Ala. He obtained It from forsaken spot would be good diseases in Florida and other started and every' home owner survived by a
for! southern states" he continued. where such connections have not Jr. and
(Ip prisoners of war: When a stepson
been made is being requested to
Many Health Hazard* can.. both serving '
make such connections Immediately -
"Those of us who have livedin the Army In the ; I I
On Income Tax Returns or near Starke for any lengthof We feel sure that home brother W. L. I
[pert ,Help time fully realize that we owners. will cooperate with thisrequest. and three sisters, .

have a pretty little city with Richard. ; i
8th many advantages which tend to "We realize that plumbing Hoffman. .
Iffered Here 'Gratis; Feb. 5th make living in this area really equipment; supplies4 and plumbers W. A. Bessent Sr., ,
worthwhile" the sanitary officer have been' rather difficult to secure Mr. Wall was ,
during the past two or three '
1877 in
that continued. "At the same time Clay
Interested .In Income tax returns (and years. However, other cities
All persons who are a person does not have to travel the late Lawrence
all who work either for themselves throughout the state are making
ow Includes practically very far in this community to phene Dillaberry ''
r for others) should take note of the fact that the Internal realize there are many health considerable progress In ridding years he had '
venue Department will have. a representative In Lawtey hazards now existing that could their' communities of Insanitary bined filling '

n Feb. Zj;' In 'Lake Butler, Feb. 8; .and In' Starke on Feb. and should be corrected in short. toilet be facilities detrimental that to are the knownto health on Lake the retiring west .
without hardship
order working a :
8,7 and 8.'
of the people. This being true
In the Circuitrt lndlvldual. Camp Blanding
will on any
collector ,
While to Starke the deputy
I feel sure the people of Starkeare
unltl 5:30: of Starke with the Years ago he was
courthouse from 9 a. "The City
room of the county most eager to cooperate at the saw mill
,m. and if there Is a waiting line he will work until he finishes cooperation of the Federal Government this time in making our city a the ice factory

slating; the last applicant. has Installed one of the more healthful and beautiful com W. L. Wall.Baptist .
t. AU persons who are Interested In having their Income tax re- most up-to-date sewage disposal munity in which to live," Mr.
urns prepared correctly are urged to take advantage of this plants that can be found in Flor- Parker concluded.
this representative : ;
KEE service. The assistance rendered by

M absolutely free to all who avail themselves" of this opportunity. Supplemental Gas Methodist ChurchThe In order to

..he fact that he ;will be in the nearby towns of Lawtey and Lake number who
Itler on 'Feb. 2 end 3 makes his services available to citizens Awaits Some UsersTo Rev. W. J. Churchwell will messages on the ,

fthla county for six entire days and It Is hoped that the people the people of Bradford County: preach Sunday morning ,Jan. 28, of the Lord at the i
Church of Starke.
il on one of those dates 11 o'clock the "The .
take advantage of this opportunity March 15 Your local Rationing Board at on subject, selected the :

Ser than to wait untll, the last few days before the already overfed wishes to cooperate with you In .Uttermost Salvation." The choir p. m., to discuss
dllne and then rush with their problems to some will sing an especially beautiful the series "When
Please helpus
wltn- possible. I
the returns every way
persons who are unable to complete I number "The Heart of God." Who Will See Him
also the checking your applications
themselves and upon by
unnecessary hardship upon I The evening service will be The Sunday I )
carefully before presenting them. 11 o'clock will be. '
[ payer. 'featured by congregational singIng -
Feb. :Z Lake Butler Feb. and Incorrect applica- the Darkness". 'I
Pleaso.remember the dates: Lawtey ; Incomplete )led by Sanford Rltch. Sermon
;! Starke Feb. 5, 6, 7, 8, from 9 a. m. to B:80 p. m. each day. tions slow down the processing : topic. "Chosen to Serve" Sunday School : !,
this and save yourself much rations. The people will meet at with classes for all
etormlne now to be on time year and Issuing of necessary young
topic: Loyalty to
6:20 m.; Sunday School 10 a. m.
and Inconvenience.rVjners receive p.
nnoyance! The following persons may |
Matthew 0:33
: ,
who filed their, regular returns on Jan. 15 and paid what their oupplemectal, gasoline Wednesday Prayer, Meeting 7:30 Kingdom of God
additional return on p. m. Boy Scouts Monday 7:30p. :
file an sending I
to bringing or
Ms were due are not required coupons by m. eousness; and all,
Irch 15.ivy their Mileage' Rationing Record : will be added
Office Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
to the Ration : Training Unions: :
C. A. Crosby M. D.' Carter ChurchweU were hosts to the p..m. to review '
Recruiter T Claim "First" .Baby C. J. Crews :Mary Names Young Adult Fellowship members Southern Baptist

[ere This Afternoon According to the Clinic records W.O'BerryJ.C. McCord Carl. 'A.Sapp AndrewsJoe at a delightful social in the public is cordially
1. .
j '- Jessie Dan Williams and wife, Johnny Ghent parsonage. tend all .services.Funeral : '
|In Starke this afternoon (Fr14 colored were the parents of the S.Thomas Starling Lor. HartmanB.
R B.
1)) for a specL recruiting mls-- first baby born In 1945.Williams The T. Thomas W. D. Faxon Annual Red Cross

|n was Chief Johnny J. Garrl- baby, named Leonard Geo. Tetatone. P. M. Barefoot: For Bobbie
Jan 1, at : Meeting PostponedJudge
was born W. M. Sapp
of the Jacksonville Navy Re- attended.ST. S. J. Norman
Esi Holland Edna M. Hart B. T. Saxon Funeral services
iting station. E. K. Ferryman, Chair
M. Griffin F. E. ThomasDave urday for Bobble
Those of the man of the Bradford County '
| Interested In one EPISCOPAL
Green Otis Leach fant' son of Mr.
eral service Chapter American Red Cross, has
branches of naval ,
Franklin Joe MoodyNo Smith who' died
Townsend Robt. .
open for enlistment are In- Chaplain Morton announced that the Annual Meet 11of
ed ,to contact him between 1Id Episcopal Chaplain at Camp Blan- gasoline supplements can lug of the Chapter which was Farm Hospital.pneumonia

( '3 m., in the,, post office .dine.will preach at the 11 o'clock h be Issued until a Mileage Rationing originally scheduled for Jamiuary In Pleasant Hope
Jildlng. service In St. Mark's e h u r c Record is presented. 30 has been postponed to Tuesday lie Rhoden ,

|The recruiting programs now Sun d a y, Jan': 28. The the'Rev.ser- Every holder of a Basic A Ration evening February 20. as the Witt? C. Jones In
Grover Alison will speaker will b*unable to be here
en for enlistment include skilled has one which was made rangements.
the date first planned.
Jesmen for the Seabees, men vice. held at 10 out as a part of the original on He Is survived
combat alrcrewmen training Church- School U appllc*tlon. Further information regardingthe ers, Louis and $,
radio technician (radar) a. m. Sundays and 11tanYday W. L. Blair meeting will be announced listers, K a t h leen

ning "and young. -women for War Intercessions Chief Clerk. later Judge Perryman said. Smith, besides: his .
|e WAVES. night at 7:30.



PAfSE TWO 191!
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{ Todo perfectamente. . a
Established 1877

t 1.1 l 'I E. Il Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner (EVERYTHING'S GOIN' O. K.)
i 'I

_ __ _
Entered Second Class 0' nO '
Published Weekly on Fridays and as I
at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. I can't understand why It I hi
that my fret and legs are Justas

Nine State Hospitals 0 THE NEED for U. S. good as they ever were except :-
Cadet Nurses i is acute ort Sunday evenings.I .
i? Ready to TrainNeeded and the State Board of can walk rings around my
old friends Truby Wainwright
Cadet Nurses Health points out the
) and Jim Moore on, week days,
J fact that there are nine but somehow, just befcre church
Florida hospitals where such training is available and time Sunday evening they start

;Jt*t", urges qualified young women to enroll. hurting so bad I just can't make i
.' Institutions cooperating are St. Luke's St. Vin 1t. Mrs. Harrell can't understand -

cent's, and Brewster (colored) Jacksonville, James M. It either and I even tried .ro, > '
Jackson Memorial, Miami ; Orange General, Orlando; 10 explain it to the preacher, r. t"t \
v/ Pensacola General, Pensacola; Mound Park, St. Petersburg but ft's beyond him too. ,
of buddies around
r ; Tampa Municipal, Tampa; and Good Samaritan, the Some drug my store corner saytht'y''e af /'
1 /r' West Palm Beach.
experienced the name .,
ii k Cadet nurses receive complete preparation throughout troublo-not always with their -
: ,:',J accelerated programs ranging from 24 to 30 feet-but either headaches,
? : v months. An allowance is allotted each trainee along backaches, earaches, or some
:,\ with complete working dress and uniforms. Any of other aliment that comes on -f

:d the hospitals mentioned will gladly give full information suddenly about 13 minutes be- __ 1i
to prospective enrollees. fore church time and disappears -
i' about ,
').i)' just as suddenly i

j //'i'{;'.i'i' 0 Looks as if the Russians are good at other things few 13 minutes have finished after the singing faithful the -, =' ."

i "'I,;,i' besides fighting Germans. A news item states that doxology, It'ti downright aggravating M I i
:JI f their smart agriculturists have developed cotton that especially to the

t5; ;I" grows with natural color in the lint. Green, rose, preacher.I \
., lemon and brown hues have already been produced. hate to admit it, but I guess
"r1: American farmers have never been known to let anyone we Just aren't as good church
\ :$J\\ get ahead of them, so any day now we're expecting members as we ought to beat
"t.I: ';j: to read about that fabulous cow that gives the chocolate east, not near as good as a certain . or enjoying a friendly pause in MexicoIn !
( milk. : devout old maid that I heard
l;r jJ;
my wife and a neighbor lady the famed Xochimilco gardens near Mexico City, the pause that refreshes
j' rosslpplng about one day. Now
A Florida retailers report that heavy Federal excise -
(\::'q, taxes did not deter holiday shoppers who spent I times t can't, but hear those any times too are well never at with ice-cold Coca-Cola is an old established custom. When the visiting Yank F / .

,; their money lavishly for furs, cosmetics and jewelry. J ,
when one of the town's talebearers "
z, Diamonds, emeralds rubies and pearls were popular drops In to exchange says, Have a Coke, he's welcomed as a good neighbor ,by Dew friends, young r , .

and purchasers called for mountings in palladium
: many notes with Mrs. Harrell. On
' or old. Across the border, as in your own living room, Coca-Cola stands for
the rare lustrous twin sister of platinum. An those occasions my ears seem to
'111' occasional War Bond was purchased too. acquire 'super-sensitivity, enabling -
interlude of will wherever it is served.
). me to hear a pin dropor a refreshing a symbol good Coke Ctxa-Cola
a mosquito whetting its bill I f It's natural for popular names
;i'" r Ct ?/ on the sidewalk In front of the lOTTltE UNOIR AUTHORITY Or THt CO ".COLA COMPANY IY to acquire friendly abbreviation
Wonder house.It *. That's why you heat
'Jitl cDa-Cola called Coke.
t Jhop
: tieem that two old maids .STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
lived In a little southern town
;:. 1} MR. IliSIK: UIVIB. PROPIIIKTOK not half a million miles from c 1945 Th. C-C: Ca.It .

:\.}..j; Starke or Lawtey. Miss Katie
ir was over 65 and her' sister
,J,.(;.' Jewelry Mary was already well past 4 jjL :4 V It1:1 V :4 1:1- -VV 2t :4 :t? :4 *. 4 2IT'S :. .11;

tl 0 Gifts the Biblical age allotted to ,

;i'l'{ i SouvenirsNovelties w.., WRAP man.Anyway ... -
{ ic Miss Mary hadn't
.I c';\ O TO'MAIL missed a Sunday morning's service -
at the Methodist Church .
since she wore rompers, In spiteof
the fact that her eye sight
P : I FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE was getting so bad she often
\ showed up with one shoe of IDE
' one kind and of another,
: elite her black alpaca coat -turned -

PLEASE PHONE 147 This partlc u 1 a r Sabbath

.It r h'I ;' morning she felt mighty AMERICANW
I:, poorly but she decided to get
U 4li UNION BUS STATION up, dress and attend services
.Q' anyhow thin kin g a bit of ..
-: .: LACY CONWAY, Agent Spiritual uplift might do more "
rr ,..' good than those horse
: n Temple Ave. Starke, Florida the doctor left.'hen she

N'' i was across all the dressed room and to get started her 1T A Y

i4 N'1 i lower plate out of the water .
glass on the bureau, she called
_ 1 rt4 i .
through the door to her !
II''!', --I Iy sister: "Katie, I don't know .
,y ." I -1.1.a what's wrong with my legsthis :'
,il 1 1It t morning. I don't hurt ,
il"r.t t anywhere but I Just can't
!: move my feet-can't take a

step over three Inches long!"

ttll: 1 :Katie, was pretty upset and ,yX a
tried to persuade her sister to .;. a
4 4 4t I I1 \ stay home, but Mary was determined -
\\1,$ to attend services that '
morning or else"Run "over I :
u.. : and ask brother and sister Jones ,
_t// :I':3'1..6 I f ; sisted.take to.stop me'with by on them their"way she and In- -ft fr -it -trtt g>''t r, >f 4 iT

Poor brother Jones had to
take Miss Mary up In his
.r .Vk' arms and tote her out to the

"r( ',,;;I,, car and then had to carry
'i\\., vJ{ her Inside the church. When
i j services were over he had to

{3 ,(,, repeat the performance In reverse HEN dictatorships were faced . for afler all, that is one of the things
/ / and by the time they
t reached home Miss!. Mary was with the task of distributing we are fighting for the right of the
complaining of a numb feeling -
Better-or In her legs so Miss Katie food and goods made scarce by war individual to survive, and not be swallowed
Just as Good? decided to call the doctor.
When the old doc arrived he emergencies, they went about it in their by the state.

MOST of us aren't satisfied with buying-or growing felt her pulse, took her temperature typical manner in which the rights of
-something that's"just as good." and asked Miss Marya

,h a We want something better. And, in most cases, that few Imp e r tlnent questions, the public were ruthlessly thrust aside. And so, on this Third Anniversary
winding with
up a request that
+ something better comes through competition. he be allowed to examine her of the War Price and Rationing Boards,
k For competition-real competition-is something be. legs.
_,;ides'o two people making or offering for sale the same Miss Mary demurred at first, But we do things differently in the it is fitting that they be given all acclaim

'.t 'goods or services. It involves a lot more. And anybody but finally agreed and when United States. .. Three for
, the doctor got one peep at t years ago, you, doing one of the necessary, if not
r I who serves the public prospers because he has something her
i better to offer-whether it's quality prices service or, with underpinning a twinkle he In announced his eye- your friends and neighbors VOLUNTEERED pleasant, jobs, of the war in a truly

i just a clean appearance and a pleasant smile. that the old lady; wasn't paralyzed to tackle the job without pay. American Way. '
or anything like that.
; Real competition doesn't come from
taxes or .
In her haute to get ready for After all said we're all in this
.j subsidies; or any other sort of horse.race handicapping church' that morning she had you to-

V to make everybody in business start even. For it isn't accidentally shoved both feet gether is up to us to solve these problems .
g 1 equality that's needed; it's the inequaiitiet that are the down the same side of her' ..

true measure of progress. long-handle! unmentionables IIN I together. . In the American Way. FLORIDA POD fll.}(GOT. COMP. 'I''

''i Real competition is the kind that encourages the CIRCt'IT COVHT, BHAUVORU
manufacturer, the farmer or business man to get his CI'RY.Rebar FLORIDA IN CHAN Countless hours have been I '"'' .
Hlimon. Plaintiff, given
v. Woodrow
quality up, his costs down and) to develop new things /i.Hlmon, Defendant. Caee ,

*p, li his customers want. Its this kind of competition that No. ORDER 3822. OF PUBLICATION eliminate potential injustices,to satisfy, : '

produces something better rather than AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
something just far '
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wood as as possible, the demands and
;1 as good-that insures to the public a steady increase in row J. Hlmon whoa address Is:

c the value it gets for its money. General Electric Company, APO You 8T.are. Unit required I, Miami to ,appear Florida.on needs of every one. . and in our distinctly '
Schenectady, N. Y. February nth. U45, In the above -
nf'Ve.d1..Court.<1 cause, wherein) American
t eki divorce and cu.- manner, every case .
Hear the O-f radio Th C-I tody of minor children. Bradford tj
program All-glrl OrchMrra
Sunday 10 p.m. !'.unlZ .T.le rsph haU publlnhlasnes has been treated individual ..
EWT.NBC-"Hi.World ,. as an one
1 Today"rw Mondoy through Friday 4.45 p.m. EWT.i Ord.e in neat tour week)'
i CSS "Tl.. G-t Hov. Party,"Monday through Friday 4.00 p..... BWT, c!s. 'Vltn.. ..
"e". at Starke, F1orIdasthisfiJan

l BUY WAR BONOS nary 10th.,Aa 1940.Clerk A. J.of THOMAS laid. Court, BUY MORE {IVM BONDS AND HOLD ON TO TflE#! !

ELECTRIC Knight. a Knight' Starke, Florid..,
NF/Jlr AUr. fur Pit 1.12 tt a-t
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>AV. JANUARY 26. 1M5 d d19u
- I.YTYr ?
- s Roy Moore, Plaintiff vs.
Mae Moore, Defendant. CaseJMUJ'ER
?) yaP<< Moore, whose residence Is un.Mi -
) are required to appear on
J/f'c1;/ ",,,, Courth'ant 45, In the above II
R4" l41 cause, wherein'sSStlff
I seeks divorce. Bradford
Telegraph shall publish
(' 'IIU"
y' order in next tour weekly
to -y--
l4f I
fitness my hand and official
at Starke. Florida, this Jan-
101h 1945. ,
,t TICIAL:! SEAL) A./. Thomas., S a
Slerk of said Court.
+ ank, Landrum scarke, Florida
for Plf. 1.U ft S-2

ItY. ,,"
Cue caro. Plaintiff, vs. ,.'\
J. Cuccaro Defendant. Case

A13 OF FLORIDA to! Mary J I I Iy
ro whose residence. IH 190
Plymouth Avenue. Rochesir -
ir York.u .
are required to appear on
uary 19th 1945 In the. above
_) tiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Ity Telegraph shall publish
_>rder In next four weekly 1siltnetis -

my hand and officialat
Stark.. Florida. this ,Jan- ?
d dk
| 10th
f ICIAL SEAL) A'L.J! ..\Thomas, c\j
lark of said Court #
ank Landrum, StarkeIP'lorida.for ) *
I Pit l,jl ft 2-9


W. Tilley, Plaintiff vs.
urn Edgar Tllley, Defendant.Nb. .
Edgar Tllley whose residence 1 V e1 3 C
Ro Wider Street. Clarksvllle, F '
.ee. ,
are required to appear onUary ;
19th, 1945, In the above
td Court and cause, wherein
jiff seeks divorce. Bradford
ly Telegraph shall publish i \ '

.)rder In, next four weekly 1.- { ,
affil ,
Jtnesii my hand and official
Bat Starke, Florida, this Jan- WI , V47V
117th. 1945. ,
'ICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas aEx i i
Jerk of said Court.nk ..
Landrum Starke, Florida, "
i for Plf. -' 1.1 4t 3,9 :, ,:1 ; vi

Lampkin, Plaintiff, vs. Myr-

- in nmpkln.PER NOTICE OF Defendant.PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Case No. Friday Night January 26th .. ,

TE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle ,
|kin whose residence Is Cedar.
li, 13 are required to appear onlarjr
( 19th, 1945. In the above
a Court and cause wherein
ilff seeks divorce. Bradford '
iy Telegraph shall publish : t,," .
rder In next tour weekly is-

Itness my hand and official usa CLUB
at Starke Florida this Jan-
(l7th, 1945.
JCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tI .
ark of said Court. '
ink I..ndrum. Starke., Florida. ,
for Plf. 1-1 4t 2-9
, v

KOTICH persons TO having CRKDITORS claims, or CORNER TEMPLE and WASHINGTON ... ' irr
hids against the estate of
o Hart deceased are hereby
ed and required to file theira
| In the office of the..County
m of Bradford County,'Florida,' t' ,, '. '
> Courthouse at Starke; Flor-.

;rlthln the( date eight of calendar the first months publU

> of this notice or the same ORCHESTRA & FLOOR SHOW
become void according to law.
(January 17. 1945.BERTHA. VALL-STAR
cecutrlx of the last will anent
of Marale Hart de-
1.19 4t 2inrtrir ->

:\I'ry.. FLORIDA coriir. BRADFORD IN CHANIY. $2.20 COUPLE $1.10 SINGLE 9:00 P. M. TILL- /

ha Rhoden Profltt Plaintiff
soar Profltt, Defendant. Case
625g v
It whose address Is Pvt. Oscar '
It. ASN. 13018199, APO. 600 1 i iVr
a D.T.C., % Postmaster, New #
1 : 7IJ1if elu
New York: te I
are required to appear on f- :
kary 12th, 1945. In the above ,
a Court and cause wherein ; 0 ',
|Itt seeks divorce and Maiden
restored Bradford County ,
aph shall publish this Orderxt n t"
four weekly Issues, ', "
linens my hand and official ,
>t Starke Florida, this Jan- 4 : ,
[10th. 1945. ,,' ,
JJCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ' ." t
itil ark of said Court.' :, \'" ;.I C': ,
lank Landrum Starke, Florida!, ',,',,,1;' FIGHT \ i.,.
for Plf. 1.12 4t 2aIRCITIT .

= ,;iJ' INRUITIU '

Y.! .Cox Plaintiff, vs. Evelyn V I "';
).t..ndant. Case "" ., .
No. S516.
,. : : -
rr>ER -
m NOTICE TO APPEAR ;1" : , ,' ,
ITS OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn : ,
J 1 whose Carolina.residence Is Taylor, \a ." ,", ;

: .
i are required to appear on .
ary s 12th., 1945 In the above ', ,"
Court and cause, wherein I "" '
lift seeks. divorce. FTadford : \! s.
Ky Telegraph shall publish NI i,::1t"",

[Order in next four weekly .

my hand and official
*at Starke, Florida, this Jan- This Advertisement of The Victory Club
loth., 1945. Sponsored by The Following Members .
CIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1
As Clerk of said Court.
*ntk Landrum, Starke. Florida.
Plf 1.12..t 2-2 a


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PAGE vnrta -- JANUARY ...., 10..

Matthew Farruggio of Pvt. Fa.. rugglo contributed Mrs. Canova Hostess OARD OF THANKS Cpl. and Mra-sal '"I;

I t SOCIETY and CLUBS greatly to the success of the con and daughter of Co_
I Pleases AudienceIn Honoring Visitors We wish to thank all our will arrive Saturday V&ldosla; Ct
cert.Miss friends and neighbors who :were ,to
\' I Sunday Ccncert Young, born in Sidney,, the week-end with IJItt
Mr. and Mra. Paul E. Canova so generous with their help dur Mm Col8o
1 \ Miss Eloise Johns Mrs. Junius Smith A spellbound audience of Army Ohio with and "a former'large Junior departmentstore Executive had as guests this week Mrs, ing the illness\ of our father Hi Flume.parents, Mr. and .trs. F. 'I 1

| To Wed C. P. Cowen Elected Head of WSOThe personnel and civilian a of the in Dayton, Ohio came to Adolph Wagner of Arlington ram Wasdln and for all the
beautiful floral offerings., -
; Heights 111., and her mother,
Start from
l f Starke community filled the USO- Louisville Ky., where
) ;; ''l Mr and Mrs. M. I* Johns of Women's Service Organization NCCS Club auditorium last Sun she was connected with the Mrs Charles Samar of Chicago.Mrs. (Signed) The Family Mra W. EJ. Mldc.l1eto,

' New River announce the engage- of the USO at Temple and day afternoon to hear Pvt. Mat YWCA. Canova and .Mrs. Wagnerwere ---- spending several days in ,,,

ment and approaching: marriageof Washington Streets met Wednesday thew S. Farrugglo, tenor sing a girlhood friends. Mra. Elsie Drucker ia leaving sonville- and while there
their daughter. Eloise to Charlie January 17, at 4 p. m. Six I program ranging from the ethe CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mra. Canova took their Saturday to spend 'the winter In tend the Florida Chain will; a

P. Cowen Petty Officer First teen members were present. real Schubert "Ave Marla", We guests to St. Augustine last Sun Miami Beach. Assemblies of vaionary
wish to
thank all J lour
Class U.S.N.A.A.S., Jacksonville, USO pins representing 150: through the intimate little Italian friends who were so kind during day; MId on Monday evening Mrs JO-. n_______ "
''J'' a Fla hours of volunteer service, were folk song, "Chi Se Nne Scorda
the recent Illness and death of Canova 'entertained with a' spaghetti
'i 5 The wedding will take place presented to Mm Louis Shafkin, Cchlu!"
Friday afternoon, Feb., 2nd., at Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mm. Junius Sblll In his early weeks' of the our father.floral Bole Johns and for i buffet supper' Furthei ,
5:30: o'clock In the> hom ,of the Smith Mrs. W. 13. .Mundy, Mrs. .training sir: Camp Blandipg, Pvt (many Signed) offerings Irma Johns complimenting her guests MraCanova ; 1 i
bride's parent. No invitations Joe Wilson and Mrs. Jeannette an .Informal "al ,
Farrugglo, k n o wn professionally Mrs. Lettle'' Parker. gave I
1 are being sent out but all friends Christian.- y- > :,as Matthew: in hla appearances home"' on',Tuesday -afternoon.. 3'

I and: relatives are cordially Invitedto The'new officers elected at the cm- the, 'Jfew, York., Stage. Recent Marriages' After their delightful, ,...
attend. meeting are Mrs. Junius, Smith; :early captivated bis audience with Mra. Samar and Mrs wagner

President; Mrs. Bertha' Pearce, his facile performance and drew Jack Morris, Jr.. and ,Mary left! Wednesday for Miami where
WCTU MeetingThe Vice-president; Mra.'W.: T,'Cidte, warmest applause tor his exquisite Godwin Thomson of Starke. they will spend several 'weeks. ., f z na3'
Treasurer; and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, rendition ot.the. beloved aria, i' I
Laura Scott Union of the Secretary. The retiring officersare "M'Appari Tutt' ''Amor". from the "
d WCTU will meet Friday after Mrs. Lex Green President; opera Martha. I I II
Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Vice-Preei
noon at three 'o'clock with Mrs. The young tenor was born in ,
dent Mrs. Louis[ Koch Secre [ ,,
H. M. rtrowalee. Mrs. Kate Alonzo ; rhlcac-o and received his I first ?i f k x
: of the tary and Mra. W, G. Haile, Treas '
of Gainesville Director musical training in the DeYoung
.., ;; Dept. of Christian Citizenship and urer. Studios of Fine Arts in that City.In > --w', fr ,,' '1 ,r
Legislation of the WCTU of Florida
1939 he studied under Violet
i and District President, will Barbecue Supper Martenz In New York and made 'Scuuo me if my mind seems a on Jan. 17 and Mra. S. went up o l z j ?

,i be present at the meeting. All For W. U. Girls his/ first professional appearancewith little wandery this week to help out , So now, Instead r tfv
I :,1 members and friends are urged a quartette in the night Just can't keep it concentratedon of her accustomed schedule of "

,, :'' to be present. Edwin II. St. John entertained clubs of Chicago.[ anything but the Birthday arising at 10 and retiring any _

' ' .. last Friday night at the home of Between 1940 and 1942 he appeared Ball tonight . From the rush time from midnight on, she's up
'I) : , ,.: ,_ .. :. his parents Mr and Mra. VS. with the Chicago Opera I the beauty parlors have been enJoying at 6 and so fagged out by 9 she's ''il

St. John at a delightful barbe- Company and in a supporting role the last few days, guess I ready to fold '
"I Ii I cued chicken. and pork supper with Gertrude Lawrence in "LadyIn all the other girls are thinking }

,i !''; honoring the local Western Union the Dark". In 1943 and 1944 : along the same lines . The one 'Twaa
quite a party out atHartman's
,, glrla. lie sang with Mary Martin in i big'chance of the year to see and
Tuesday of last
r Guests included :Misses Lillian "One Touch( of Venua" and also be seen' in'your beat .bib an'
week :when Lt. Jim Dental
l.,:,:,kI'lf Hagg.. Norma Hancock, Mar via made many recordings for Decca. tucker .,., Wouldn't Alison, entertained'honoring Corps his) -.,., ,..,,,,,,?, .
Brlaon Mary Lou Faulting Alice ,At Camp Blandlng'he la stationed miss It for,' worjda} ., ,> 'Speciallysince' ; attractive ,. t
: wife ;j uby. her
ti ',,.(,. ,)y St, John Mrs. R 1 hard Cleft, With Co. D, 222nd Bn,68th Regt.A Hy' Cohep home ,oit furlough blrthdate: . seteqfY-flve one merrymakers'gatheredF /
\' Pvt. .Wm. .French Pvt. Dean feature of the delightful ) !la' booked on|, the' floor v : r

,\i'i, Rosenberg; 'Pvt. Guy Nord, Cpl. program was two piano solo by show ,for.a.: ; couple ,of-harmonica; ,! : representing ft.eArmy1' ;' the occasion, Navy,,, You don't"tak' chances when you
Herbert Green Pvt. Percival Owl .Miss Ann numbers .1. held ,out us i '; *
Margaret Young, ., Hy ;, n\ Marines and a sprinkling C! ( of local-' / /' V
nones, F. L. Durshimer, V. ;13.Ktdd asMatant USO-YWCA director all 'those years 'lie rant a local ?
( lies ,., Heard Young Major,, ... your prescriptions 'here
,? and Mr. and. Mrs. St. John. whose sympathetic accompaniment military store and not unW he Drucker bring to
flew, up from Miami! M '
t "lined up" and ,was assigned to J / \
.r', ,. Starktls .. .. entertain at hospitals did we specially for the event .;J..i, v : r filled. '
be' every
": t. I. I learn he 'w& "a Conner'per- ,- ;: v For:: ; prescription
I finest ; And 'th re, I go again ... . .. -to' : ....
;. J;A N,U A R ;YCL: : E A R' AN) C E ;former', ;... with'. Borrali -Mlnnivltch.. Thinking about the Birthday Bail ./" j' ; : -7; ,

n<* restaurant / ,. .,,. Guess '1 might, aa :well.stop) ; ; : ', :" ", ,:putmtQ'our: hands i is r compounded:

.<. and ,,atartprimpln'_ ., ', '
.. :
Those; of you'who'failed 'he '
and bar . .. ..- -.. to rMatthew' Carolyn..I : with -\rv duta .
TheA Farruggio l at t the USO- s y-with the
,, I ,
." r: i't \, NCCS last Sunday afternoon have -
,. i
one less vel7 pleasant, memory

.. . t than 'those of us 'who ,did . finest quality i drugs. We give
yu' .
:: J
: : v"e4; : '
,.. Truly beautiful"were all his numbers
SIZZLINGSTEAK. ,and the divine "Ave Marla"
:-h:' a' left most' of 'us]1 literally breathless prompt service, and'above all, you
M.M ; .
-a .
h. '/ . You'dJmarvel .
;,. .... s ;, even more \YJ 1
.... at the wonderfully? smooth performance get exactly what doctor
jtJ '0 of Pvt. Farrugglo and \ your
's his glamorous accompanist I
] .SHRIMP M garet Ann Young, If, you could SptltZlclnl oft orders.CARPENTER'S. '

en 'VA ... have seen the dither they were in ..
"' ", CHICKEN just two hours before the program
.d ''.'' ( it,;!\.I':,.!.._-.-,,. "'\'II:
..0.s to be used mysteriously disappeared ".' '
'> I (,

iPt,:},t,', '0 8 'If ,,'i q B t -, I V" .i. -,'t(.. ",, -40,w"..'', -....'".. y ( everyone searched and +the,j*:lie'around two'building musiciansand \4frantlcally from- I; tion. Investigate-Compre-needs; Protec- j l .i 4

7F$! CK) .xa ,1abea root to foundation* After hensive and Collision

I ...... ,. everyone had reached 'stage of before it's '
'h o' ; surance too
near nervous prostration it was
''." 09 '.".'... ., dit8' : discovered that the-Janitor, witha late.
: ) le. .rcoQeah phobia for neatness, had put it
i "' L \\0- Ii
I O> try O Ajt Bpia fid oed' away! ,
UJ 1edo'f Charley E. Johns
I ,
'II ..m... 1
fr The Alum
) rev an' Jotted
0 our \ 1ft'r, ; : Spotted Mary Lee AgencyPhone
S Sllverriail back'' in these parts
t'I' : 9t
deliciouslobster after camp-trekking< with Ed for IS STARKE:, FLA.ItNiwsaUne .

8 \ the past year or ao ,. ,. Mary Phone 64 Starke Fla. .

6 F ..., JoCCaldwell breathless over prospect
\ Hertford
lk 1. w' of leaving Sunday. for Cadet I, ..._._._ _._ _,_ _._ _. ..
.s N ,, . Nurse Corps training at Charity .. ro .. ,_ ...._.... .. ,_.__- -

!t ,,a ," :. \\\1/ Hospital, New Orleans ', Al ..4
I' j Kay Carlisle and bride in town
for a few hours prior to his leave
: : ing for Air Corps Instructor's

i school at Midland Texas . .
Gertrude Bea let.s) amazing'' back- PRIEST'SWAREHOUSE

t; 'I yard camellia display , One

bush of pink _perfection looks
like a gigantic nosegay, ao filled
tt with blossoms it Is . Comer
Perryman, Just">passing through

I headed for sea duty . Seems .
t I that after he finished his "sound

tj j 'i man" course at Key West the NOW ONSPECIAL
Navy kept hlmt there awhile to

teach others hla Kingaley Lake
( ,variation of the Australian Crawl

\ . .

325 Temple Avenue Friends are receiving announce-
ments of the marriage of Mar SALE!

garet Lowry to Paul Clifford
I Long on Christmas Day in Gree-
ey, Colorado t > They'll ,be at
h home after March 1 at Keesler

), Field, Biloxl Miss. ,'. Margaret
I HONE la remember, is the dotter of a former
/ Presbyterian pastor here . BIG
i I'I'I Can
Street, social Item: Mrs.
x I ::
Parklngton spent the week-end at

STARKE ICE COMPANY ,; the Florida Theatre :while Mr.
Skeffington stopped next door at
COLEMAN a EDWARDOWNRe the Ritz . Looks like the make

u .: jI I, STARKE. FLA. "',', ings of a nice scandal doesn't It? V ALUF!

. Add Incongruities: Old-lash- i..Qi f
Toned oil ; O
L 'f' ". lamp among the ultramodern -
items hi Koch'a display "
,, The Starke Ice is window[ . ,' -
Company. now operating under new And speaking of :

''k t iot:?I',, management avoid the necessity and we expect booking to simplify charge our work and. windows Carpenter's worth ute Is seeing current different. .display.and definitely at found) on our FIRE SALE COUNTERPRIESTS

:, -
We have ice books for your' convenience that can be Hear Fran (Opperman) Devlin
''ff purchased will pay us a visit in February '
from the drivers at any time. . i Her first return to the local WAREHOUSE IN MADISON RECENTLY. '
i Please scene since becoming a Mrs. in SUFFERED A FIRE AND YOUR
I advise our truck drivers LOCAL PRIEST'SSTORE
the kind of book December . Gnaah-your-pearly-

,,? that you will want for your purchases. teeth things item lost: in Among the ,Priest the man ware-y WILL_ HELP DISPOSE OF THE FIRE DAMAGED

J, I We appreciate house fire were some precious STOCK.
.da your
patronage and will
' endeavor to electric Irons and Alarm clocks
,r , give you prompt service. just received and irreplaceable:

. Missed on Call St.: Billie Roth,
running to the p. o. every few

minutes during the day She's VAN
taking a rest . Doctor's or- H. PRIEST Co.
R. V. Coleman Mgr. tiers . Hear Mra. Sternberg
t' i ii has gone on a G. I. schedule in
her' current role as "nurse" at

+ Oak Ridge Tenn., . Seems
i .dqi Ruth an' Jack Scanlan added an C. G.t PRIEST MANAGER

i, other boy to the family circle .

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Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Mrs. Z. W. Street and Mrs. Starke, Water Oak, Klngsley Church. "
of LOCAL Scott OrdainedIn
Jacksonville spent last week-end Hayden West were visiting Lake and Evergreen Mr. Scott bas been called to .i
with :Miss Pat Lambe. friends in Gainesville. Wednes- Lawtey Church S. E. served moderator '
Sparks as the Baptist Chnrch of Hampton
.. and Mr. Otto Olson of Lt Ralph Rhodes spent several day. were held of the Presbytery and O. J for the coming assoclatlonal ;
.. Fannie Grlffis Phoenix, Ariz., days last week with his parents Mrs. Charles Darby had as Ordination services year.
S t r Ickland of Maxvllleshopping' who has been the guest of his Monday night in the Lawtey Phillips .of Lawtey as clerk. The That Is the same .church which
Mr. and Mrs. D. A Mon- guests Monday Mrs. A. I.
services were conducted follows
Satur- brother as Mr. Scott's mother attended ana
Starke and sister-in-law
In Mr. and tetth. He was enroute to St. Spencer. Miss Anlce Spencer. Mrs. Baptist Church for Wilbur A. \ : Rev. O. E. Cutshaw led fn ;
Mrs. Titus child.
[ Olson
1( several months for the past Petersburg from Louisiana for Carl Chandllss, and Andy Chand- Scott of this city. The services the ordination prayer; Rev. Boyer /k
Johns had as guutat.llweek will return to his I
Effle a few months rest. lies, all of Jacksonville. conducted the examination ;t
sister, Mrs. Carrie home there this week. were conducted by a Presbytery ; '
; her Mrs. Wm. Powell and Mrs. H. Pvt. and Mrs. John Sidney composed of Rev. O. B. Cutshaw Rev. Wilson preached) the ordination AT FIRST ''i
and also Mrs.
Sale '
t of Tallahassee Guy and Mrs. W. B. A. Bishop were shopping In Jack- Smith Jr.. left this week to of Lawtey, Rev H. B. Boyer of sermon; Rev Hem Ingway & .1D !
Mr. and :Mrs. Gus Mundy, Jr., spent several ;
p4gt th, of Tallahassee. They spent last week In Miami on a buying SIGNO.AO '
* Mrs. Johns' brother trip. They purchased Mrs. E. J. Dowllnjf spent Tues former home, Nashville N.. C. Raiford, Rev. L. O. Hemingway and to the candidate for ordina ;
,Way with spring Friends of B. R. Witkovskl will of tion and Rev. Wilkerson :
N. D. Carter of merchandise and day In Jacksonville on business. St ark e Rev. Wllkerson of ; presented -
and Mrs. summer cottons
for their shops. Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami la be glad to know that he has returned Highland, Rev. M. D. Knight of Mr. Scott with the Bible. usE 666 ;'
ey. visiting :Mrs. Bertha Pearce for to his home here after Macclenny and deacons from the Special music was furnished by
yde Priest was in Madison Mrs. Joe Noegel is convalescingat several days this week. spending two months In the State churches of Lawtey, Hampton the young people of the Lawtey <<:old Preparation oodJ. : cLt D ;
ay on business pertaining to'ecent her home here following a Farm Hospital .
Mrs. --- -
C. J. Carter' left
: fire in their warehouse stay In a Lake City hospital witha Monday
serious illness:: for New York City on a Combined Mrs A. C.. Stewart Jr., of Ft.
business and pleasure 'trip. Lauderdale arrived Wednesday to
She expects to be gone about! ten spend a few days.with her aunt J
", S days.. and uncle, Mr and Mrs. F. F. BEDROOM
Mrs. L. A. Davis returned last Flume. ,
week from a,trip to Atlanta,-,.Ga.
Miss Gloria Buford and Miss
You're Not Well Dressed While there she visited the Public Katherine Kinlaw of St. Luke's t $ SJTS! !
Relations Section of the War Department Hospital. Jacksonville! spent Sun- :

Without Your Perfume day with Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
3 To G Pieces
Capt. and Mrs. Bob Lee left But ord.
last week for a visit with Capt. I
.- '.:- Lee's family in Connecticut after Mrs. Letle Stilley Is visitingher r THICKS: RANGE ''

Created by a great,beauty specialist to give every spending some time here with son and daughter-in-law, Pvt < FROM G
and Mrs. T. B. Stilley in Jacksonville -
woman that added touch of loveliness that comes with Mrs. Lee's parents, ?Ir. and Mrs.E. .
J. Dowling.Sgt. .
the right peafUaslf!IiI'f'CI ,'. these three famous fragrances by and Mra. Roy Slldey returned anent Mrs.Wednesday C. A. FutCh: In and Jacksonville.son Mack $124.50 I
44k fc > this week from a furlough
Mack finished his semester examinations ;
spent in Alabama. They
I last week and is spending to $249.50
live at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. t
A. Davis. this week at home. He will ,
I return to the
Mrs. Jenny Friedler of Cleveland -
are recognized: and admired wherever smart women of Florida in Gainesville.
Ohio, arrived this week to
gather the world over., visit her son and daughter-in-law. Among those from out of town BABY CRIBS OPEN AND $19.75 to _$29.75
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedler and attending funeral services Saturday SOLID ENDS
I for A. E. Wall Mr. 6
their children were: and Mrs.
Louis ShafltQt. Jack Friedler W, H.Hoffman of'Clearwater, Mrs. r.
and Abe Hym' n are returningon R. T., Richarde?:Mra. R. L. Rich '
the same .train Saturday:.from arde and Mrs, 'Marie McGee all CRIB MATTRESSES $4.75 $12.50 J

New York Cl fx(: where they .have, of Ja.cksonvllle."trs. J, M. ,Marquis
I been on a buying': trip. of Arcadia.. C. C. Armstrong, .,' ,I
I Angus .Armstrong, :Miss' Bertie
Mrs. Stanlety1 1! Carnell of// Or-
mond, daughter; of F A. Scott of Armstrong and Mrs. Harper, all TABLE LAMPS
,,IwnI this city ha*! been'ireturned to of Madison, and Mr. 'and Mrs. W. $6.50 to '

,her'home there from"t\ hospital? ,- O.. ;SUIngfelloW: :of;,the State Farm. _....._
fail Mrs.' G. W. nl'OwnOfI .u. '
following a i Lawtey
Mr. and Mrs L.'D. Vining spent and her daughter, Mj-s. Loulebelle NICE SELECTION OF ''KITCHEN'STOOLS AND ;

several days this week visiting,. InWauctiula Moore of.Plant, city, were guests '
and Tampa.: Sunday at the home of Mrs. -t :CHILDRENS' ROCKERS WALL PICTURES I
Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. ;
Wm. Powell spent Monday In .Mrs. Q. W. Savage spent ,the
Gainesville on business.The week-end with her husband' who. .
Rev. and Mrs. Louis Haines is employed ,In .J .cksonville. JUST ARRIVED NICE ,SELECTION OF THROW RUGS
spent several days this ''week in Mrs K. G. Duncan and Mrs. ,
Jacksonville.Mrs. A. Z. Adklna ,were visitors In
BLUE CRASS di distinguished( by its fresh, unforgettable Wm.:Powell will leave tomorrow Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

fragrance. 375 to 60.00 for PensaCOla for an indefinite F..H. Long returned home I
stay with her husband Wednesday after,a short visit in
irs YOU-Opulent and Tweet, but with a witty tong who Is stationed there. Jacksonville, wlUi her daughter John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

2.25 to 35.00' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Mrs. B. S. Carroll.Mr. .
and Mrs. E. M. Thomas) were and Mrs.'Foster Shi'Smith PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
Mutt I'tItlWSthe! concentrated odor of thousands of I week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. have as their guest Mrs.' Smith's

Moomi 5.00 to 24.50 .t..'k.i PI..10.! .,) J. B. Mills In Green Cove grandmother, Mt' W. T. Lipseyof WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
Springs.Mrs. Branford.. ,
R. V. Coleman of Lake

City is spending several days Do YOU, Top Suffer From
this week with Mrs. J. M. Ed
OCH DRUG STORE ; wards. Mr. Coleman la the new BACKACHEDUE
manager of the ice plant and
Mrs'.OolemanWI looking" a TO'KIDn' _0" _
,/ place to live here. NEY TROUBLE .
Clinton Lappe returned Wednesday Thousands Get Relief By
after spending some time here
with his brother and sister-in- KIDNO FLUSH NOW OPEN

NAT SEZ: law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,Lappe. Sold for 25 Year on A .
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Earl Money-back Guarantee. Get
According to my beet>> calculations Johnson and Mrs. M. M. Monroe Yours Now tit Our New Eat Shop Featuring
In Jacksonville,
were shopping
the RtiAslanH- are about as KOCH DRUG STOKE
near to Berlin as Starke is to Orlando

Man, oh man. Bet "Coon"
lIo11ln worth and Bill Clute are -

sure glad they're not in the real dhff bW4

estate business In Berlin right 0

now! net they couldn't sell Hit

ler's palace itself for 91 down ,
and BOo a month.


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tor ,,,.\0'0\ r 1 laughs Kosher Meats Tempting Cold Cuts
WpRSIMpBVYS \0 d \1\13 v ; with ftchnico/or I

SoU pet.n'a>> WrywhlitY ol\dYp !, l beauty andSueeaneersl I

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wroTe" >\ corn'odd *,'.,/e Corned Beef ASSORTED PLATES

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ff&SSS<< '\<<) x ; ?

I' \ y : .'; t : Pepper Beef mo''t
: Potato salad,

% : E. Tongue
ham, beef, pork,
Salami .,
$3.95to and tA& ; ___ r SAVORY cheese, lettuce,

.00 Goose Liver
u $4.95 PIRfffEVIRGINIA mayonnaise
s5 ;
MAYO r Sandwiches made from and pickles ,_
,* WALTER SLEZAK ,r these _delicious meats SALAD

VIGOR McLAGLEN: : with pumpernickle MADE
fT er pro ,,e HOURLY
ltr pleti DirictMl by DAVID BUTUI and French breads. _




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. . . . . . . . . to Sanderson last week becauseof I County Telegraph" shall publlnh thli i-v: cincriT COURT
i' . . . . . . . . . FARM NOTESBy sister Mrs. thin order In next four weekly Issuetf. o ('OIJNTY. FLORID"DRUJI'OIl.
the illness of her CICRY. CIIAI.

: The es sa Graham HamptonBy L. T. Dyer, County AgentI Vicie Davis. seal Witness at Starke, my, hand Florida and, this official Dec- SylviA LawrenceSTATUS M. Tager H. Tager Plaint][(' .

Rev. and Mrs. W. E Hall were ember SO, 1944OFFICIAL No. 81101, Defendant ('.y.,
Edward Norman Mrs. M. C. Sweney<< attended a conference In called to Hilliard Sunday after- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
., 'i By Miss 1 Ida Hagan ny 1\11'1I. . . . . . . . . . . Aa Clerk of said Court.L. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
; .: ''F' . . . e . S e e Gainesville recently where farm I noon to the bedside of their M. Huffman, Florida National AND TO APPEA
I II goals and Conservation programwere I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Bank Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla, Atty. OF FLORIDA
McKinney: BAPTIST \VMU! MEETS 1-5 4t 1-28 M. Tauer. whoaV re.ildIJL8ylv|
,I and Mrs. John for
I, Mr. and Mrs. Othma Sullivan Mr discussed by heads of these Mrs. J. E. Murshee who are seriously mailing address i. an4
week The ladles of the Baptist Church I ,04
i' I Yo
\ and Mrs. Hilda Griffith and two had as their guests last and held their regular monthly meet- departm e n t s and the district 111. We wish for them a IV TilE COUNTY Jl OOF/ft COURT Street Ypallantl. Michigan \U"I

children of Miami are visiting their son Leonard McKinney I agents. speedy recovery. BRADFORD COIT.N-IY. FI.ORIUA You are required to apPear
Graham and son Deck 1 ing of the WMtJ at the home of OF CLAIUSSA B. February 2, 1B4S In oa
.' and Mrs. A. L. Mrs. L. D. FARM GOALS FOR 1045.: The IN KB-: the
I /. their parents, Mr. Beach. Mrs. M. L. Watterson Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of CROSBY, deceased. named Court and eauae, above ,
; Sullivan. all of Daytona goals as set up by the USDA and Lake were visiting Mr. and MAKE plaintiff aeeka divorce. gherela:
7 Jan. 18, with eight members and City NOTICE OF INTENTION TO County Telegraph Ir"dr(
'i Flake Watson was In Georgiaon the State Departments for the APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE shall publish
S 1-c Joe Kelsey of Beaufort, visitor present. The topic Mrs. B. M. McRae recently. Order In nest fourWltneiia this
business one day last week. one various items are just about the eue1.. Weekly i I..
.J, S. C., was visiting his parents, Eddie for the month was "Working together Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson Notice la hereby given that 1 I
:Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey Guests of Mr. and Mrs. same as for 1944. This means have filed my, final report aa administrator my hand and
'i The of Jacksonville Saturday ofioIai
for I
1" a Century. pro- seal
.t 8tarka
and ,
Mr nation of the estate of Clar- Florida, this
Norman Sunday were that the farmers of the .
Jt: Thursday of last week. and family gram was in charge of Mrs. Doris night with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. issa B. Crosby, deceased; and that uary 8, 111411. Jon

,. ''f' Mr, and Mrs. W. W. rack- Mrs. Clyde Roberson Miss Nellie Hicks, Vice President, and each and of Florida are expected to McRae and family. I have filed my petition for final OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Tho n,.
Mrs. Rufus Green and produce just as much of each discharge, and that on the Slat Aa Clerk of said Court.L. *
"H ham, made a business trip to and Roberson, member present took a part. Mrs A. F. Hall and childrenof day of January 1945, I will applyto .
Green and livestock as last L. Huffman,
crop yearto Florida
Honorable K. PerVyman.
< Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Alter business meeting the the E Natlongl.
Jr., of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. supply the needs of our people, Jacksonville spent Friday I. County Judge of li'radford County Hank Bid& Jacksonville, Via Allf
and Mrs. Mack Rldgell Thurman Jones and on Eugene, hostess assisted by Mrs. K. B. the armed services and lend- night with her parents, Mr. and 'Florida, for approval of said finalr..port for Plf. 1-5 it I-Ii
and twins Danna and Diane Jones Watterson served ambrosia, cake Mrs. H. M. McRae. and for final discharge as
Mrs. Gordon .
and Mr. and lease. administrator of the estate of = -,.,..
and Mrs. J. D. coffee to the guests. The ; :::.
were visiting Mr. Carolyn.Mr. and Clarltma B. Croaby, deceased.-
Grlffls Saturday. and daughter February meeting will be held The greatest problem the far- . . . . . . This 2nd day of January, A. D. to..
and Mrs. Clarence Frazier mers have in meeting these goals 1945. ,.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Grizzle and with Mrs. J, W. Home.L. .
B. Crosby,
of Hugh
were Sunday evening guests will be farm labor. This may be
children of Winter Haven spent LawteyBy 1-5 4t 1.26 Administrator.
several days with Mrs. Walker re- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers in A. Wynn returned Thursdayof overcome to some extent by improved -

Waldo. last week from a visit in machinery.The IN CIRCUIT COURT lIHAIJFOnn

cently.Sgt. Sidney W. Griffls of ChildI Rev. Knight of Maxvllle preached Columbia, S. C. He was accompanied live-at-home program mustbe EVELYNE WARREN CURY.COINTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN-

for the regular services Sun- by his daughter, Mrs. Ed observed by every farmer who Henry F. Rntta Plaintiff va RuthM. ,

day morning and evening at the Sllvernall( who will remain here should produce every necessary Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Prevatt of : Ratta, Defendant. Case No. y hr, V

Baptist Church and he and his with her father for some time. Item for his family so that those Jacksonville were visiting friendsand 3600.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

family were dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchtcn who do not farm may have the relatives In Lawtey Saturday, NOTICE TO APPEAR ,

and Mrs. Clarence Frailer. had as Sunday guests their food that. is put on the market. Willie Griffis, Jr., who Is in M.STATE Ratta OK whose FLORIDA residence to:ia Ruth 257 '

Mrs. T. L. Casey was In Waldoon nephew, Leland Waters, Jr., of The home garden was never need- the army s tat toned at Camp Myrtle Avenue, Albany, New York.

business Monday. the U. S. Navy and Miss Dobson ed more than it will be needed Elandlng was visiting his parents, February You are 6th.required 1945, to In appear the above on

Mrs. J. C. Davis and Mrs. Wm. of Cross City. this year. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griffin, Sr., named Court and cause, wherein Wo Matter

Bushloper l were shopping In Mrs. J. T. Blanton returned AMMUNITION FOR FARMERSfor last, week-end. County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shaltpublish Bradford thla

, Starke Monday. Friday from Tampa where she control of birds in straw- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shufordwerethe Order In next four weekly Issues.

visited friends for several days. berry fields may be applied for week-end guests of Mr. Shu- seal Witness at Starke my hand Florida and, this official January What Branchof

Mrs. Della Dyal of High Springsis at this office. The county allotment ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 3rd, 1945.OFFICIAL .

rem, Texas was called home be- the guest of her daughter Mrs. is very limited and late Shuford last week-end. Mr. Shu- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

of his father. Alma Saxon and other relatives. 'applications be too late. and stationedat Aa Clerk of said Court. Service '
cause of the Illness I may ford Is In the army T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida ;
I Mrs. H. D. May of Hampton Rev and Mrs. W. A. Scott of CEILING PRICES have been Camp Blanding. Atty. for Plf 1-5 4t l-2

visited Miss Ida Hagan Satur- Starke and the Rev. and Mrs. placed on most vegetables for Mrs. Joe Brown spent several
_ \, :, ARE O. E. Cutahaw of Lawtey were this spring and Bummer You're In. .
last week In South Carolina
r' 't I day.Rev. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Irish Potatoes: Per CWT, May days
filled his regular
Hogarth visiting relatives.
r'J Our,Specialty Watterson Thursday evening and
< 1360, June $2.50.Watermelons .
J, appointment a t Hope Baptist attended prayer meeting services : Per ton June Miss Evelyn Colson of Starke
Church Sunday. Monday night with Miss
NO MATTER WHAT TYPE that night. $2D.00, July 92300. spent YOU'LL ALWAYS
OF FABRIC IT'S ALL THE Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and daugh- TOBACCO ALLOTMENTS. The Evelyne

\, : SAME TO US. BRING VS ter Connie, Volney Wall and B. only raise' in tobacco allotmentsfor Raymond Appleby, USN, sta-
'. YOUR WORST'JOBS. WE / Y. Saxon atended funeral services 1945: will ,be 10 acres which tioned at the Naval Air StationIn
; 4 ACTION I Jacksonville was visiting Mr.and .
for Mrs. Sweeney's cousin,
:" KNOW HOW TO SAVE has been allotted this countyby
Ralph Dyal at G r e e n Cove Mrs. J. E. Warren Monday
i, THAT DRESS OR SUIT the State office. This acre-

FOR FURTHER WEAR. TOR ACID INDIGESTION Springs Monday. age will be apportioned to the night. .
,I Mrs, Calvin, Warren and Mrs. growers by the County Committee Joe Harrell, Jr., of Jacksonville HEARTY.
I" Dent ,of St. Petersburg spent Saturday aft e moon this was visiting his parents .,
\', 'JI NEW Monday night and Tuesday with last weekend.Mr. !
I \ week at this office to raise WELCOMEat

friends here.Hampton small allotments where the and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were EXPERTWORKMANSHIP 0 .
'iMETHOD,- service men home on ,
1 t I grower has labor and equipment visiting Mr. and Mrs. Silas Futch "
leave this week include Lt. W. H.
i to grow more tobacco than his Sunday evening.
Smith L. A. Johns and Garth
CLEANERS I allotment. Those growers who Friends of Mrs. Silas Futchare
Durham all of the M e r c h ant
50cCarpenter's wish more allotment should make wishing her a speedy recovery e
; Marines, Edward Saxon of the
application to this office or meet from her illness.

I ROBERT GREEN, Owner ,. Navy and Pfc. Arthur Rhoden of with the committee. Ovid Futch who is serving in ALL JVORKGUARANTEED
the o
: SIS Temple Avenue Drug Store Army. FARM! PLAN SIGN-UP. Blank fur- JORDAN'SBAR '
fl.< t .. Friends of, Mrs. Bert Hlnson the army, Is home on a !
If forms have now been received Mr. and
lough with parents,
('l regret to learn that she Is 111 in
. for the farm plan sign-up for .
-- -- 0 - H -- -- --- Mrs. Silas Patch.Coxswain
1 the Alachua in
It County 1945.: Every farmer In the coun-
Gainesville and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs

f'l "TOP The Evening I Miss Barbara Home recently ty signing should take up and''this enrolling opportunityof his of Pcnsacola are spending a leave YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

visited Miss Frances Colley in with friends and relatives here. FINEST WATCH TO OUR '
farm in the Soil Conservation
Starke. Cox. Dobbs Is stationed at the CARE
; this This should
; OK" program year.
Mrs. Bert Holloway and daugh- Naval Base in Pensacola.IN .
be done at the earliest date pos- PADDY LIBRETTI, MGR.
ters, Katherine and Martha who


months here returned Monday to MENT. The cut off date has CKHY.Beanie TheSTAG 115. WEST!; CALL ST.
1 14f a* their home in Pre nUn"Miss. Crosby, Plaintiff, vs.
4f'i if : passed for making applicationfor Melvin Lawrence Crosby, Defen-
.1\011'0 AND COFFEE Recently shopping In Gainesville 1944 Soil Conservation pay- dant. Case No. 8524.
were Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
1 ment 'practices carried out on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
'it7 \e\ .o1.t1\ and Mrs Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., farms. Approximately 400 farm-, STATE; OF FLORIDA to: Melvin Carter Bldg., Starke 1-

rep Mrs Florrie Bell Dron, Mrs. Lawrence Crosby whose residence -
ers out of the 550 enrolled have '
ne..w\.e South Carolina.You .
,',. .,, ,,0" Eva Blrt, Miss Ophelia Bryan, made applications and most of Is Walterboro are required, to appear on

: Mrs. C. L. May and Dicky May. these have already received their February 12th, 1945. In the above .
I' named Court and cauae, wherein
,' ,4, ; -. .,.. Miss Harvene Watterson spent I checks. The Conservation pay- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

: ;r.., ,-,;:, .,) the weekend In Starke with Miss ment to. farmers__ in this_ county_ County Telegraph shall publish!
n thla Order In next four weekly a
'Ih i May Weldon o 1
: usually !ia about $20,000 a year. la ua.. :

1 ___o_ -- _0- -- Miss Edna Dudley of the Gram- BOYS 4-H CLUB WORK. .All I Witness my hand and official 2.
Made front fresh mar School, was called Friday to white schools of the sound have. aeal at Starke. Florida, thla January -

HAMBURGERS the bedside of her sister, who been visited by mo recently and 10th., 1945.
ground sirloin' steak was seriously Ill in a Gainesville (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
the boys over 10 years of age Aa Cleric of said Court.

: __ ---- Hospital. enrolled In the 4-H Food for Vic- T Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida 'r Gverytodg
r ..;,. The very finestSwift's Shirley and Gordon Sealey of tory Club. Through this club Atty. for Plf. 1-11 4t 2-2

j HOT DOGS Citra were Saturday and Sunday
PremiumSTEAK the boys will take one or more IN iVHK COtTNTY JVJH1K'! COURT
guests of their mother, Mrs. Lin-
projects garden, corn, pigsor
-- - -- 0 Sealey.
i poultry in their effort to pro- deceased.
: l e from pure The Rev. Fred Dodd of Mid- duce food. Their slogan this NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE 5ctLh

7(t' ORANGEADEMklFlorida lakes was a Sunday dinner guestof APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS:
Is win War
fruit year : "Help the by CHARGE. in
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin.C. I
producing more food Notice Is hereby given that I
;' --- - -- - -- G. Johns, USA spent the CURRENT FOR FARMERS. have filed my final report aa ad-
1d ministrator of the estate of P. A.
week-end with his wife and
here Through the R.E.A. and Florida Crosby, deceased; that I have filed
family. Power and Light Co., current is my petition for final discharge, ABOUTo
Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux of Mel- and that on the Slat day of January -
extended to number of
being a 1945 Iwill apply to the
rose was a visitor here last Mon- farms in the county. The REA Honorable E. K. Perryman, County

II 125 WEST CALL, STREET day.Mr. la extending a line along the Judge for approval of Bradford of said County final, Florida report
Purvis Hazen
and Mrs. State Farm Road and the Brown- and for final discharge aa administrator i
% h had as a guest recently Mrs.Hazen'a lee road which will furnish cur- of the estate of P. A.
sister Mrs. T. E. Duncan Crosby, deceased.
rent to about 20 farms. All applications This 2nd day of January A. D.
and children Teddy and Sue of 1945.
must be approved in
MEET YOUR FRIENDS ATROT'S Gainesville. Hugh B. Crosby, '
my office, and they must "show 1.5 4t 1-26 Administrator. I
that the extension of current to -

I INFANTILE the farm will aid the"war effortin IN CIRCUIT COUnT BHADFORI iie
111I liiiRESTAURANT FIGHT PARALYSIS the production and conserva- 4:'. U Y.
y tion of food.Pine. Aaron Thompson, Plaintiff Mattie -

JAIL 14-31 I I No. 238.ounnn Thompson. Defendant. Caae

e '. . S . . . OF PUBLICATION 1
: LevelBy Thompson, whose residence and
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSON STROUT sE48TATE: mailing add r e s ala: 113 Beech
: ; Mrs. II. M. McRae Street, Roaavllle, Georgia. Restaurant t t HourS 9 to 9 Dally
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I .t..t .d..rtl..r .f con, You are required to appear on :
;'I try propertr. 11.. made over e . e . . . February 5, 1945, In the above Except TuesdayYou're
r.. n.OOO aalv.* of tlomea-Rarm._ named 'Court and cause, wherein
Y Aere., .. Barer from all over the Services at Pine Level Church plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
World. .
'' A. Free open II.t1nF.E. were well attended Sunday morning 00--..... .. u ,_._ ._ _._ ..,"- _._-p -------_a....._'_ -,"'-- -..-..-.----
and we were glad to have .

I Represented several service men from Camp
1'. 'i'
,.,j, Locally by Blanding present and also we had ,a Service Man

/' ,; '. F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler of

';" ,; 118 S. Walnut St. New River.
Mrs. H., M. McRae was called -- and are looking for

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. . . . . quet in Starke Friday night from I Mrs. Reddish Andrews and children -. family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowden were in Lake Butler Sunday aft. County this Order Telegraph In next hall Four publlih weekly. seal I at Starke Florida this January : i
our community were Mr. and were visiting in Jacksonville; and Mrs. Rosa Plnholnter spent ernoon. Inmivii.Wltn. Jrd. 1145.OFFICIAL. j
New RiverBy Mrs. C E. ..*n hand and official ( SEAL,) A. 3. Thomas Pr
Andrews and son last week-end and were accompanied the day In Jacks onvllle with Pvt. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and seal at Florida this Jan- As Clark I of said Court 'j
Gene. Mr. and Mrs. M. U Johns home by Mrs. Andrews'i friends and relatives Sunday. daughter Eloise and Mrs. Inez LandrumStarks Florida 11 q
the School and son M. L. Jr., Mr. and Mrs.i mother, Mrs. Delia Mrs. Rita Brown of Raiford Kelly and Mrs. Donald Kelly were (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atty. for Plf. Ii i 4t 1-a } ;
. . . . . R. J. Turner and son Wilbur will spend this week with them. was visiting here Sunday. transacting business in Palatka U.Aa M.Clerk Huffman of Said, Jacksonville: Court. Fla.

, llTIIDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crews and I Quite a few enjoyed the sur- Mr Alice Thomas Is visiting Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Atty. for rif. J-li 4t 1-1 ,

the Mickey Wlggtns enjoyed son Doyle and Miss Blanche prise party at the home of Mr. relatives in Jacksonville. and Mrs. Fred Halslop, is! rmrt'iT roi'xT. IIHAKFOHU "'.I AMI aH i(
Butler. and Mrs. Joe Moody Friday night COUNTY': Ft.onIDls If ('''AN. 'I"" ,
sixth birthday at the :home Mrs. A. A. Edwards. and children spent Saturday night with Mrs. I
M L. Johns accompanied by; for Pfc. Bud Moody who la home CKIIV.Ovraldlnv: -
and aunt, Mr. and Halslop'a Mr. and Mrs.
uncle parents
tilt|his Marie and Harry were R. Fran, Plaintiff vs.
his Mrs.
M. P. Wiggins Sunday. HeItlucky carried their Truby Hodges, on a few weeks leave. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of the State Farm. 3U', P. Prava,.Defendant Cue it'till- _
enough to have two Johns to the mother Doctor Mrs. Belle W. R. Williams of Lake Butler }o'. M. Norman of Water Oak G. M. Rennett of Starke spenta No.OHtJI 3510.>:R OF Fl1nL1'ATIONNlTICIu |
Present with him In Palatka was visiting his brotherinlawand Sunday. few days last week with lls AN1> : TO APPEAR
Mra. Marie Wig- Monday. sister Mr. and Mrs. S. L. daughter and son-in-law Mr. and STATE OV KLiOHlPA to: Francis -
i Pvt. Seeber Mrs. G. W. Davis is in Mobile P. Pratca. whose residence I. Army
Moody of Charleston Start Your
i uncle and aunt, Crews and their children Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family. Ground Korean Il*|>laremnt No. 1,
S. C., was a week-end visitor Ala., on business. Kurt O. Meade. Maryland.
Roy Schnauas all Mrs. Ethel Johnson was visit- Hubert Kelly of Plant City Claorir Planning Now,
with his family and parents.C. Yeoman W C. Crosby of Green You .rot required to appear on I.
ing her daughter and new granddaughter was a week-end guest of Mrs. February Bth 1146. In the ...bov.narn.d .
E. Andrews was a business Mrs. Delbert Green at Cove Springs was visiting here Inez Kelly and Pvt. and Mrs. Court and cause, whrrelnplaintiff Place Your Order Now For ik
over the week-end. .seek divorce. Hrndfnrd ij
the Agricultural ban- visitor to Gainesville Monday
the State Farm Alton Dobbs.
Hospital Friday. The
County Telegraph shall publish this Following Appliances i}
I The baby was born Jan. 18. . . . . . . Pvt. William Crosby of Binding Order In next four weekly Iseneii.Witness official. 1 g
and his wife Mrs. Iris Crosby my hand and
C. C. Wynn of Hampton was -

'rompt Service Careful Drivers visiting friends and relatives here Snnnvhrnnk I and son.._ of Lake..._Geneva_. were I I BENDIX
Sunday afternoon. vlaitlnq ni.r. and Air. W. ,L', Crosby -

STARKE TAXI SERVICE. were Mr.visiting and Mrs.their Vernell brother Moody whois .By. 1\11'10.. Araulu. . Crawford. . . over attended large the crowd weekend.A Church from. at this Water section RJW{l u/1/ !! HOME AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY: js

a patient in a hospital In Atlanta
andMACK'S Pvt. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Oak Baptist Church Sunday aft
Ga. Sunday.
? were accompanied home Mondayby ernoon. Rev. O. E. Cutshaw of HOT POINT
We are very sorry to lose the their stater-In-law Mrs. Don Lawtey is the pastor. -= REFRIGERATORS
TAXI SERVICEPhone three Sutherland boys David aid Kelly of Plant City. Mr. Don't forget the sing every L ft111 I RANGES
Gene and Jack, from our school.
later and
Kelly came they remained Friday night at Corinth Baptist
150 Their family is moving over into until Sunday with Mrs. Church. Everyone is Invited to WATER HEATERS
Union County.Mr. Inez Kelly and returned to their; attend. There will also be Church at the I

O Day ? ?!Jg'L! and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and home. services Sunday night As These Become Available -
___ children Sherman and BeverlyJo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of
., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. iv rmrrrr COIIIT. IIH\I> lltls4'OI.1s. CAMP I We Will Fill Orders bIn
i 0ni mmmmammfmammfmmmi mmt mmmmmi fmmmmm Jacksonville were week-end guestsof Ki.oiunti i\ tiiCKHV. .\%-
Adam Andrews of Lake Butler
Order of Application
Mr. Ward's parents Mr. and
Old Sarge's PlacedITARKE'S I Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. C. Ward and family. Jack You L.are Sylvester required. to Plaintiff appear vs.on
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andrewsand .
Virginia I) Sylvester, IJvfendant.Cane
children of Lake Butler were Mills Kelly and Nayon Tom- No. 8490.onnEH DINER I BED LAMPS
linson of Lake Butler visit-
visiting Mr. and Mrs H. L. Johns were OH PUBLICATION & DESK
ORIGINAL ing Mr. and Mrs J. N. Kelly.
Sunday.Mr. STATE: OK FLORIDA to: Vlr-
Sunday afternoon. glnla. 1>. Sylvester whose renldenceIs Corner Call & Cherry
Mrs. Troy and A. P.
4211 West. t2nd Street:: Cleveland
Louise Taylor of Starke wasa
ARMY Johns were business visitors to Ohio
Jacksonville week-end guest of Mn. Alton You are required to appear on 9 rRADI OIfIgllest I
Saturday Dobbs. February IMh.:! 194S In the above I
named Court and cause, wherein
STORE . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford QualitySTEAKS SERVICEWINKLER I


Joyce Atkinson
By The War Department . . . . . . HOME OF
Mra. W. I. Strickland Mrs. S. ELECTRIC
Operated A. Attaway, and Roy Lee Bowdenof
Perry visited I l Mrs. Edna 1CAig// fp .
L By an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS' Hayes and family last weekend. I "' 1' iz SERVICE
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Gene 1 Atklnsbn Open 9 A. M.-9 P. M.

of Beaufort, S. C., are visiting I .4 r rAI Iytz.r1t'C Daily Except ThursdaysSERVICES 226 Temple Are.T .
friends and relatives here. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Douglas of ,
FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES High Springs were visiting friends .'
and relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Russ and
son Edwin and J. L. Russ of Or-
lando visited Mr. and Mrs. Vance

en Suslow's Russ Gainesville last. A.weekend.Mrs. on A. business Edwards. Monday.was In AND CHOICE HOT DOGS EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Henderson -

Army Store, L.end Atkinson of guests Sanderson of and were and the Mrs.week-C. HI-HAT BAR & SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. 'M.

09 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. Miss Frances Barry was the GRILLI

r I overnight guest ..of Miss Alma j, .. .Everyone Invited To Come And Feel
Leta Dyal Monday night.
Mr and Mrs. Lee Green and You Are A Part Of Us.


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All Notice Truck Owners Crawford of BEU, and EH of 8WU of; plaintiff lacks divorce, custody. of I seal at Starke,.
I Course Open To Sgt. Probably KilledIn SE%, 800. SO; all that portion. Child and other relief. Bradford uary 4th 1948 Florida, Ihle
of NE14 of Sec. SI North of County Telegraph shall I publish (OFFICIAL
; First Aid Teachers It was stated In last week' Santa Jo'. River also NH of v this order in next four weekly A. Clerk .f SEAL) A J 'l'b
Famed Battle. Of said
"1 ;I should Bastogne NWVi of NWi4 of s..". 32 all Issues. W. C. Hardesty Court
11" that truck owners
I paper In Township 7 South Itans* 21.YOU Witness Daytona
my and official Florida.
:.; :n h Mrs. T. H. Osborne. chairman apply to tile ODT office.In; Jack H. Atty. for Plf 1.118 I!

': of First Aid. Accident Prevention konvllle| for, .new. gal ,.s fOupon, !iOn December 16 Technical Ser- AND EACH OTT"TOU, "W'Wl' th** :--" '- I /.. "- - .. .- '.- ...- "'- __
,; and Water for the Bradford known or unknovriv, are thereby _
Safety Seeber Buck Crawford
)+ I after Feb. 1. This order has now giant ( ) '
notified that a suit has been WE
f'' .' County Chapter, AmericanRed been changed and it la atated wrote from Somewhere In France: tl' I brought against you In the Circuit PULPWOOD
' Cross announces that Harry' Court of Bradford County, Florida -
; I' that applicants should still applyto "Dear Morn and ,all--- in Chancery case No. 2814, by WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
I { : Kenning from the "Not much' to write. I'm O. K. i Verna J. Demorest as plaintiff, 1 CONTAINER CORPORATION OF
+ Area, Atlanta Ga., will be in the local Ration Board t : and In which you and each of youare. AMERICA
fine, exceut
and feeling '
home.j'sick defendants; that the rell.f'eoulrht FERNANDINA
!!I' i I Starke for one week. Jan. 29 Feb. 1 for their gas coupons 1 If as usual Don't in this suit la to quiet and I FLA.

l t\ i ; through Feb. 2, to conduct an they have. a certificate of war Idea of how long I'll be over'or I confirm described plaintiffs;land title asian' to I Indefeasible saidabove ' u._J_,

t ;; Instructor's. Training' Course in necessity.- ; where I'll go before It.s over. fee simple title;, and you
; are hereby required to appear
be all
First Aid. I'll right: pthough. where-- (personally on by. attorney) In said
'" 'v ever I am, soxd&n't "worry about i Court and reuse on the 8th day
i Persons who have had Standard to enroll in the course as a re- cf February 1945 oft' the allegations r
\;1 and Advanced First Aid are eligible fresher. Please notify Mrs. Os- me. Y ..ans of plaintiffs'. sworn bill of FOREMOST DAIRIES INC.
1f e e SOn complaint will be takenas ,,con
ri I. All First ( borne.or the Chapter Office ,
attend. LId1Jrol
to "" reseedby yoi The Bradford
l j tructors in the county are urged, ,you'arod interested. January County Telegraph Is hereby designated 'OF TilE SOUTH
Daisy Crawford of Lake .as the-duly qualified newspaper -

r i 'M1: Announcing the Agency of Perfect Gifts Butler mage received: "The the Secretary heartrending of- e four be. published consecutive In which once;this weeks'each notice week prior shall for to For' Home DeliveriesOn

!: for Silverivear, China; Glassware, War . regrets to Inform said return. day.
Witness, hand and official
::11, MRS., J. M, MITCHELL you . your ton . StaffSergi'ant $L seal at Starke my Bradford County, Mondays, Wednesdays sand Fridays
Seeber Crawford . Florida this 5th day of January
I.' 302: \V. Madison SU _'l"a A, D. 1945. Phone Starke and'Lea e Orders
wait killed In action . December ,
Z5 . Clerk of Circuit, Court Bradford

y ... _ .... .. The quiet blonde lad known to fwiGlt 6 County, Florida. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) GRADE A PASTELJ'IUZEDVITAMIN :
q r 0- ..,,,-. 1 _,_, _..... ''''''' r - - N' Vss
, friends as "Buck", had been em- II O Brown, Atty. for Pit',' Starke.Florida.
"JI, ployed as bookkeeper at the Den- . 1-12 4t sellIN D HOMOGENIZED\ '

:' t ; EVERY BRANCH, OF mark Furnl I ture Company In Sgt. Crawfordthe CIRCUIT COI'HT. IlllAlKOltn

I Starke for three years before entering question. (COI'NTY FLORIDA IN CHANCKHY. CHOCOLATE MII/IC,

::1} 1 the service In February And although fate decreed not Martha .Corrina Prldgen Farrew, CHURN BUTTERMILKCOFFEE

' ", \I 1942. He received hIs basic,training Europe . not the Pacific . Plaintiff, vs. Hermon I.. Farrow, ,. .
i at Camp Clalbourne, La., and not America . Defendant. Case No. 511.
: nJurance. 'then transferred to Fort Bragg other land for Buck, his loved ''AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

ft 1C. C., where his alight build made ones know that his last written .STATE Farrow OF whose FLORIDA residence tot: HermonL. Is %" --------------

: him ideally suited for service In words still hold good: Roosevelt Tavern, Oranby Street,

a Glider Company of the 101st "I'll be O. K. wherever" I am. Norfolk. Virginia.
a You are required to appear on I
;lj H. c. WALL Airborne Division.He Don't worry about me." February 12th.. 1945, In the abovenamed nnAn nn
rmtrt__ and ",au a... wherein
in un n -
left for England September : e -
1. J 1943 and remained there for IN c.nC..T COt'HT. BRADFORD D.IAlJrUKUENGINEERING

Agency several months, awaiting the COCNTY. FL.OHIU.1 IN CIIACKHV. N_

//,1 fateful Invasion of France. When Carl V. E. OuMafHon Plaintiff v...
,,5 . D-Day finally arrived Buck's out- Grace J. Gustafson.' ,' D e t.e p dant.
""W: Constant', Service Over 50. Years fit was early ashore and he par- Case ORDER No. 8547.OF' PUBLICATIONAND

1 ticipated in the hard fighting NOTICE' TO APPEAR CO.
FLORIDA to Grace
1: ,Please Phone 146 which routed the Germans from J. Quitafiion whose residence: In
the Normandy hedgerows and 201' Arlington Avenue, Jame-Uiwn, i
drove them at last France.: Ne w York. ,
\ You are ret4Uired to
''i1; His unit entered' Holland on February 26th., 1946, In the above/ J. MAURICE EDWARDS. Mgr.

'CL'ASSIFIED'' ': ADS .1.1Jf September 18 by glider took partIn named Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wht'relnplaintiff COMES ,FIRST AT tRPPEBAK1RY, . :
i the Belgium campaign'and County Telegraph shall publish thus '

_ then 'In the historic' -battle of Order In next four weekly Inni'di.' PHONE' 94 .
Witness. my hand and official
Bastogne-the heroic stand that seal at Starka.; Florida, .
thin January .
i : :
Itti SALH-rAltr active E-room LOST-Diamond and pearl broach 2Srd, ITPfT" '
the German counterattack ,
bangalow In, fine condition In Old fashioned 110 wer, design, stopped (OFFICIAL, SEAM A. J. Thomas v .
,' ..zc.lleat.nelghborhood.: : Will sell pearl petals and diamond cen It is presumed that U waa Am Clerk of nald Court. "r .
I' on tAlrm"-Mn. 11 11 I e belle C. ter. Loat In the vicinity of in this that Buck William D. Morgan Jarkiionvllle, ,
"d WII..."., 110 W. Madl.on. ItpWANTKD Presbyterian Church on N.,Cherry . Fla. I'lf." '
Atty. for' 1-26 4t 2-lt
: Stn or parallel block on gave his life. Beware Coughs We Can Furnish You 'JVith.AII Sizes
") -Route 'man for lurni' Church St. Owner very anxlouto -
C e
of ,
ture business.. Apply Denmark recover. because* broach wa lClltCI'IT (01'RT BRADFORD
Furniture Company. It family heirloom. Jf'found pleas "I'd like to be home, but COUNTY F..OIIII\1 I" tllA\- from common colds
1 I return to 316 N. Cherry St. 150 (CRRY Concrete! Building Blocks Gravel Sand
would hate to be there" '
KOli lll'JNT-t ,metal warehouse reward offered. 1-19 Up only a Beulah Jarvle' Plaintiff v... Lan- .
{I Near farmer' market R. ft.NewHome few days .nd then leave for the nln P. Jarvis, Defendant. Cave No. That Hang OnCreomulalon "
I Kl.atarke. .. 3668.; .. .
SIS N. Cherry. FOR SALE-Light oak diningroom. raclflc," Buck wrote in,. that ORDER .I"/
... Itp null also bicycle. See Mrs' Peer tent letter. "I'll take AND OF PUBLICATION relieves promptly be- Mortar Mix and Cement
---- --------------------- - JSSSSS-aSBBBBBBSBBSSBBKSH-* Europe NOTICE TO APPEAR
lo'OUND--Stray home at my place sue Davis Wonder Olft Shop. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lannla cause It goes right to the seat of the
\ .lnc.. Jan. It 'Owner may. have 1-13 3t any day It America Is out of P. Jarvis whose residence Is Un trouble to help loosen and expel
,' by paying for ad and feed R. known. laden phlegm, and aid
FOR HALE-Ons .good work homeAbout germ nature
'". H. Her....y, ThareaHa. Fla. 1,000 Ib.... $85-E. W. You are required, to appear on to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed I ALSO -
1-88 2tp February 28th., 1845. In the above bronchial
Tompkln-,. Ralfordy 1-12 Stp mucous mem
I.,. FOR.,,, you want to buy Infant ThomasFuneral plaintiff Court seeks. divorce and cause and Custody wherein branes.Tell your druggist to sell you ,
win machine I a bottle of Creomulalon with the understanding -
or rent a /* eee of Minor. Bradford County Telegraph
,'.' I. <>. Hemlnicwar. 224 South '30 ROOMS services were held shall pUblish this Order In- you must like the way It READY MIXED CONCRETE
TJiompnon Jit., Stark: 1-1 Ztp Monday for the infant daughterof next four weekly Imtueii. quickly allays the cough or ;you are
t Witness my" hand ..and official to have your money back. 1
FOIL SALE-Western saddle, 1-3 ALL FURNISHED Mr. and Mrs. E.t ,B.: Thomas. seal at StarkeFlorida.., thin. Jan-
I i' IIP. Motor farm mule and two- She died at their home at 8 uary 24th.. 19411! : GREOMULSION DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
\I' home Acme harroW.,J. R. Wain- (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J.
""I' I wrlffht Stark., tip BOOK A ROOM' AHEAD p. m. 'Sunday. Mr. Thomas is an An Clerk of said Court. Thomas for Coughi Chest Colds,Bronchitis

ti FOIl SALK Two-row tractor In FOR YOUR WIFEpRPARENTS employee of the Coca-Cola plant. Atty.E. K.for Perryman Plf. Btarke, Florida
1-28 4t 218
to perfect mechanical condition. J. ::
.' It. Walnwrlght. Starke Fla. lip ? IN CIRCUIT COURT.
Killed In Action IN AND FOR
<:,,' IAMJT: --BinaH change puree containing
." ((11 on.iS20 "bill one fl bill and IV CHAItCRRY.
Mrs. Effie Johns elved VERNA J. DEMOREST
r e c I
:', p.o. box; key, Flndof please return RIMflNyOVRBuy
,f PLACE word this week that her Plaintiff : ;
f{' ; to newspaper, office or pONt nephew -va- ,I
;' office. lip KINGSLEY LAKE I 'Bootsle' Gross, 'son of !!r.' and DONALD L. MoKAY et al. I _
i WANTED-r-Work caring for chIN Mrs. J. J. Gross of Jacksonville Defendant I
,IH'1fi 1000 Feet From B Gate QUIETING TITLE Etc.ORDER .
by day or week. Inquire had been killed\ In action Dec. Case No. 8614
at 306 N. Church and ask for
Mr. Ht.out. tip 24, on the Italian front. He OF PUBLICATION AND
: t MATTRESSES of all kind. ,reno- had visited here often and made THE STATE: OF

r ri.,,;.:'' WANTED-Tractor'hour?, Plowing, disking,by mowing job or" reflnlshed.vated; furniture Drop upholstered u> a card and I many friends.IN wll..Mar"le Donald L. McKay..In.....P.,filan.a'FLORIDA C. Jones C'A T.and to,,.: At Cook's And, Save The Difference
1 Kto. See Lacy Conway. at, Union HAHTINOH MATTRESS CO.. Box Development -C -' '' :
Joiieph Holder:
41J''" { Bus Station. ? .mo 3t It*. Palatka, Fla., tfWILL cinrriT COURT. BRADFORD John A. Graham( James L. Gates,

!s! WANT 10:0--Man with tractor and.quipm.nt TRADE Three-quarter COUNTY. PI/OIUDAl' IN CIIANCKHY. and wife Kittle M. Gates Samuel GROCERY SPECIALS
'.. : C. Lane J. D. McLemore and ,
; wlfn
; ,
to clear and FRUITS.&yEGgrABliS
breakaveral length cross' fox fur coat for Solomon Tun.t ll, Plaintiff, VB. Mrs. Susie B. McLenvore, John R. ,
!, acres of new "ground nearKeyetone piano 'or will buy same. Mr.. Ida Relle Tunntull. Defendant.. Cane Earle, Jr., and "_
,t"i I.It,I Hlle... 298,lIel, Uelfort< : Fla. Alice PIUS. Chas. Robertsand SNAP BEANS Lb 2
vole 1-28 *tpFOR
ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR wife Mrs. Edmona Robert., BALLARDS FLOUR __ 38c ---
SALE-1 JT., Ford four door C. Eddie and wife A. p
r"l sedan with irood Belle Tunotall. whose residence lE62 Eddie F. I. Mi-Call and wife Mrs. 10 ,Lbs. ------- 70c
tires -
new tag- ,-----
: -
,;} See W. C.. McCord atarke. tip .NOTJCEFILLING You Plum are street required. appear Alabama.on either Mary I.of McCall them be If dead living all. and parties If CABBAGE Green) Lb. ti

{1 HPHMCHm SUPPORTSindividually February. 26th.. IDtS In- the above claiming Interest under any such SUGAR Lb. Pkg: __ 35c
y .' designed. Mrs. Bertha Pearce. 1S named Court and taune. '.. wherein deceased, or that otherwise In and
t West Madison 81 7-l4-4tp STATION'GARAGE plaintiff seek divorce Pradfnrd to the lands hereinafter described, Del Monte RUTABAGAS Lb. ,
t -" County Telegraph Khalipubllih this and to all unknown persons claim. 1 Lb. Glass ,' -
.. and ,..x: Order In next tour weekly IHKU.H.Wltne Ing any right title "
'' : or Interest In COFFEE
thy hand and official said lands. ; which lands -- -- 4.: 37c
are situated
i Heal at Starke. Florida. this January I In Bradford County -- --- 'Fresh TOMATOES LbT 1
I $50 REWARDFor NOW OPEN *. 21rd. I94S and described its follows: Maxwell HouseCOFFEE .. .. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thomas -Lb.
FOR BUSINESS! I 8WW\ of NW\% except one acre Glass (-- --'
Am Clerk of said Court. In NE
Information leading To In Graham, Fla. T. Frank I-.andrum Starke. Florida. SWVi\ and corner 5 acres and In SW RWU corner\ of _,____ ,_,, _-__ ':37c ONIONS, Lb:...;. ___,___ ._
;" Rental 0 f' Furnished Iloune, Atty. for PI f., 1-21 4t 2.18 of NW% of IIW! %,. Sec. 29EW; :

Apartment or Two Bedrooms HERBERT ... -" Overseas Pkg.
I HOWELL - --- :

,, d'1. With Collrct Kitchen or Writ and*i Bath. Phone EXPERIENCE I II COFFEE ----L:".. ___ 30c APPLES. . (,.Delicious... ) Lb. 12

1,1.fl WANTED-.Boy's bicycle for 11. n Open Keg v !' -
Mrs. Robert S. Cooper year-old child. Phone 99. Up e f and reputable serving in J this and sur- PICKLES 32 Oz. Cooking APPLES Lb.

\ . Hotel 1 Whitehouse H\Ll'\ WANTED Elderly whitewoman rounding communities ate at the instant __ _. ..._. __ 36c ,

; 1 i\\ Gainesville Florida In trailer.for Living general quarters house work fur disposal of all whcf seek modern Sniders . ,

LeOrandc fished Jn, separate Starke trailer.Amusements Mrs. conveniences and'Com p lete funeral CHILI SAUCE _:: 30c ORANGES, ,5 Lbs. _.. 40

''I 1-28 alpifl supervision- at a modest .cost. ____ _

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