Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 17, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04928
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Mindanao Has Slowed Down To Garrison

''t On

PJ, Sgt. Anderson Says, As Infantry Patrols BRADFORD COUNTYTELjjg !

) It The Woods For Few_Remaining Japs . .

l\lIndanao. P. I. bUng are the favorites; 01

July 1945 jungle Inflnltum.; juice distilleries; ad =- Official County Publication E.tablWled In 1811 I

situation here within Other sure signs of garrison VOLUME 8IXTY.S VEN STARKIC, FLORiDA o'IUU.\'i". ALJUST -

DlviKIoll'. re ponsl. btllAJl era th._ _M.__._.." 'Da__,I_ rrn-\.... .. n. IBU NIJMHKIC.: FOKTV.Tlllt.KK_ __ ___
xeto ----- --- n a A ""' wand \ & ./ ---- u
I central Mindanao I, their "off limits"
Mild. nWI'h and most erywhere. Every town in this Call 1
1 In !
1 combat consist actIvIties ; of vicinity doesn't stop i ij; "off the limits"BTOs (but big time that street Wackj V As Peace Is Announced ,'

numerous Infantry operators, ) from "operati ng".-

; with patrolsworking In Filipino cahoots making than But home all me this ao like I'll doesn't the be Army seeing add better up you to Allen Defense Based On Insanity; Fun Continues At High Pitch Until I r

guerillas. If and when these 78 ASRS (adjusted MP's Bundle

uKaliut a few service rating score) points Jury Gets Case Late GI's Back To Blanding
scattered, I have can be cashed in for a dis ThursdayStaking
escaped earlier charge.S -0. At 7 p. m. Tuesday, August 14 Assistant Fire Chief Edwin St. John heard President 1

'\ one-Hided, battles When man bites' dog It's. his chances of escape from the electric chair Truman's voice came on the air. lie waited a few minutes to be sure this was the real t
and flwlto news. And When the bane on the grounds that he was temporarily insane nt the time McCoy then joyfully, gave the five one-minute blasts: on the fire siren that told Starke :
he pulled the trigger ex-sailor Charles Allen the great news-Japan had accepted terms of ,
the mountains I tensor complains that his discharged by unconditional surrender
the Navy as "undesirable" World] War II. putting an end to(
--;.- and Unhired unit censors are censoring/ was on trial here this week,

,, I forest Fifty or Ix- too strictly, it's news too. charged with the first degree murder for the killing of Eager to believe, yet wary of hoaxes, Callstreeters: stopped dead in their[ tracks for

a lay are .tlll killed 1st Lt. James Holllday (Phoenix Charles II. Montgomery, wealthy Grove City, Pa., lumber a breathless moment, then proceeded along with the rest of the United States to
j lapt, patrols or are found Ariz.), our base censor, said man, on April 21 stark staring'mad.. go

1,1,the from unrelenting bomb- last week that "censorship is almost Figuratively becoming a pawn of psychiatrists, the 20- Mae Sisson, Irish soft drink stand proprietress
disease.ause a thing! of the past, and our year-old killer's"life. her paused!
jand bhelling, or apparently hinged on whether or not, at evening chore of shutting up shop and said : "You ,

| of the diminishing tac- plan censors to conduct designed a to course reduce! for unit cen- acting the time under he an shot irresistible Montgomery"com with a 25 automAtic..._______n_' ho.._ Wlq.. __ know what I want to do ? I want to cry. Isn't* it silly?" F
activities we are rapidly sorship to the absolute minimum pulsion". Samra, sandwich-vending proprietor' of the White

(that old familiar gar. consistent with military securIty Outstanding witness for the the state insane asylum at Cltattahoochee r- House Cafe across the street, began breaking open paper-

Ing atu again. We have doff- ." It Is an unexpected break defense Wednesday was Dr. W. for the: past 20 years like wrapped rolls of coins, showering them on the pavement

clothes donned khaki. for us that we are permitted to A. Spiers of Orlando. A specialist and that she also bad a first confetti. When his change was gone he started throw

camp is now corn- reveal that we are at Malaybalay, in mental disorders with 29 cousin and a second cousin who ss.N ing packages of cigarettes. Next came cigars. Happy GIs W

resplendent with bamboo- capital of Mindanao's Bukldnon years of experience ,In. that field died as inmates of that Institu: S scrambled in the street for the manna from this mid-Au

1 grass-covered mess halls province. Dr. Spiers said the type of in- gust Santa Claus.' '

ifflces; slx-maa tents for .0- sanity exhibited at times by Allen tion.A Soon came the honking hoards of automobiles, turning

inel; and the entire set-up Our "character", Sgt. John could cause him to have "ir- native of. Chlefland Fla., the intersection of Call and Walnut Street into a fair replica

d 1 out with geometric aym- "Judge" Riley (Lake Charles) restlble compulsions" and that Allen sat. through the trial with' of Broadway and Porty-second i in the after-theatre hour.

that remlrds me of a mil- has made the news again. Judge such a "compulsion" could have apparent unconcern much of the Frequently disregarding red lights, autos careened

cemetery. A forty-foot flag was a shrimp fisherman back occurred at the time of the fatal I time leaning forward, staring at. around r
at theISM yonder In Louisiana; had his own I the court room floor. His only I[ corners, causing a philoso-

with Old Glory_ .flying. tU2' nets. and all. And he's the shooting. I "h..UI'. .. gf ._...........tln... ... ......,. & ....... ...... n fJ J Jf> i... lnh. <>r to rtimarV "TV T _.1rJJ
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gracefully irom me cenl - .a..M Imorning D"G.;{ -----------5 AU'" LOU"I _ _
< Headquarters area and only GI :I i: know who hasn't one Making his diagnosis of Allen when he wept as the .J L1VaJ c-alihf}: inner . takes care of children and

I reveille and retreat each cent of Army insurance. "I'm too following an examination and Interview name of his wife was brought into drunks _ _
u and
to die," he with him at the requestof the peace celebra-
I the officers and ornery says. Recently testimony. She has not
salute By lUllne Kiw "
It lieutenant; and smokers he even cancelled ,his little civil- defense attorney Zach Douglas appeared In court.. tors. Someone bumped into I

I to "field strip" cigarette ian policy and showed me the that of Gainesville, Dr. Spiers said Allen served in the Navy from I "lill lucky enough to ha UI town when It happened, sitting the back of Sheriff Oscar Andreu's -

in which the surrender value check from the although the youthful de. Dec. 30, 1942 until the time of In a rare eating dinner. All of a Hutldoii th.. lrcn xtartl ,
a process fendant might have known thedifference car, but the "sheriff
|tie stump is torn open theo Insurance company. That's howI his "Unfavorable Discharge", on ('< Miming and we stuck our licml. oat the dour and ached took

i scattered to the breeze learned that he Is In the Army between right and Sept. 12, 1944. At the time of his if It UIIN a fire. I'alrolnmii Thornton sail, EN,,. The \Val"'* it like a sport, and the _
at the time of
e! remaining scrap of tissue under a pseudonym, for the check wrong he still would have been the murder unableto release he was attending. landing OVCr"> lily sister Jlmmln rim off without lu'r wallet anti! I all gleeful driver honked off In
was made payable to Clarence craft school in California. aid hada without directions, blissfully unaware
Into an almost resist the impulse to pull the my change( hilt what illil It'matter then? _
between thumb and forcfin- Reginald Riley. If you knew trigger of his 25 automatic if rating of Gunner's Mate 3-c. \\e joined the dl/zy puriul of aiibt.* end blew our horn that ho'd bumped the

1 We are living "by the num- Judge you'd agree that "ClarenceReginald" the "compulsion" were strong The defense has not permitted and nuuln all thn' noNn ue possibly' could. I tnt an If "nomponowore law. _ _

f igain! with Saturday morn- |! Is all out of keeping! enough. testimony to be introduced as to tying and untying UnoN limliln! my utinniirh and nudtlpnly It was such a show as Call 4

J:nspe c 11 o n s and mo.thlyeel !, with did It his so looks when and I get character.home they"I Taking the stand Thursday why discharge.The he received. .the unfavorable. Jimmie .oaJil "I'm HO happy I think I'm going t<> cry." Street had never staged be- _ _

examinations won't be able to find me again," morning as state's witnesses, Dr. I put; my arm around her and let tier, boo hurt nil. Mho wanted' fore. Jack and lIen Berg,
ut garrison life bring H. Mason Smith of and State rested its case short raided their ,
Judge avers. Tampa to, right In front of Cnnoiu'it. She cried t<> tier lic-art'n con novelty "shop _ _
b It Home beneficial points, Dr. W. D. ly before noon Thursday and'the stock
Rodgers, connected with tent. Then we ran around! slinking tuuut. with of serpentine confetti _____
i inch. an fresh eggs and Judge fetched a chicken the State Hospital for the insane defense began summing up. It everyone weknow and noisemakers
kits-no more O and K from ,IMalayhaluy the other since 1933 testified that was expected that the case would ami Home Me didn't know. One Wftlt an old \rnty ser" ! and ; rode up \ _

|ions; mink's; pout ex-' day but grunted it a deferment they examined Allen together on reach the Jury late Thursday geant. He raid: "Sure, "e're Kind' It's over but I can't hell) them down into Call Street tossing
the Mock afternoon. thinking of thane who won't back." the hands of eagerIY.lnatch'J .
e; one case ot 24 bottles from hopingto August 4 In Gainesville and that monte .

| tar per man per month get a fresh egg twice or in their opinion hs was perfectlysane Serving on the Jury are: G. R. It mode you wlllh you were a hundred different pwple.You n g merrymakers.

eight" cent a bottle; thrloe a week. But just this at the time of committingthe Alvarez. Guy Parrlsh, Floyd Crosby wanted to bo' at the' corner of Walnut anil( Call Ktrceti' Soon gay paper streamers

merv.jn'wct" ; '! conrolslec-! morning Judge's hen crowedat crime, Dr; Smlthf! is an R. L. Browni Purvis Green you wanted to be In Time Square; you wanted to l he at home swirled! from everyone: from I _ _

lights' 1tJ 'radl;-chUl't\h' the sunrise so tonljfttt> onr eminent psychlatrfsfand? lihs 1"eenenga.ged J. S. Austin, *rt
nlros; reading( material and Judge will eat chicken amply In treatment of veterans Newsom, Willie Green, Ben. F. Hinging liyninn"' of Ilral.Inti. ""Ink". Ono'gray-lmlr t mother coupe!; who w'Imzeit by, 'alt"ng -**" <," I

''JI\lonnlopptl.tunlty; regu- demonstrating. the old adage: with mental disorderS since World Hall M. r... Watterson and! W. H. I Know wliiino) lion wan. In California) milting to go "
laundry service by the a whistling woman or nrrow War I days. Dr. Rodgers I Is chief Hall. Hilly Nopgel and F M. Nor. "',t.pI for Joy, Her next three hour were upriit In our Ultlo CMcort ; and from the four

|liiino| ", ; KIWI*-volley ball, log hen, never come to any physician and ranking medical officer man are /nlternats' '" r Catholic Church, on her knees' thanking Coil. soldiersvho commandeered a. .

e-lioes. baseball and pm.I. good end. at the asylum. _. dclapidated pick-up truck and
At the Call f Street; railroad crousing merrjmaker were _
Highlight of. Tuesday afternoonwas Rotarians Hear rode by guzzling upturned
held UII| by a freight train-a freight train with endless. flatcars ,

I. H. J. Hornsbyied r Vet Assistance the by reading C. E. of Jones Allen's, court confession reporter -- Need Voiced For I loaded with gulls and truck and other l' nv -"hrollll"d'I bottles of beer-a kind of _

\\ w materiel III'I1cl\'d l fog Camp tableau of revelry. >I"">" :
Thursday Available Here of West Palm Beach IMamllng. HomHtow! you wanted -
where the ex-sailor was arrested to tell that I rain to hint bark, turn back-tliono gun and One block way Ihe )lights '

fth Military Rites Each Thursday Saturday afternocn, May 3 In the WAil focused on I1i4! tl'III'Jsuul,1 ne%..... le needed. went on in the Methodist "

L Herbert James Hornsbyt M. Bryson manager of. the Capitol Bar According to this Boy Scout pl'o' gram in Starke In the tM'riitl' oak forests and !and hills. around IllumllngKoMlerft Church and soon the pews

*t Mr. Veterans Administration. statement, Montg6rtiery" pl ked When T. A, Rowartd III field di- I still foiiitht their sham hatllen. You wondered If were filled by tho e eager to ,
and Mrs. Horns- I
By Pines, announced* this Allen up about 20 miles out Of reetoifor His New Rive? District, they knew "olJ prayed God they'd newer nerd, to list that show their gratitude, not by J
( Starke died in the hospital Atlanta, Ga.. and offered him a guetlt the 'honking horn but
week that beginning Thursday, I was speaker at Rotary I training. a by bow I F
Bragg N. C. ride to Florida. They turned east I He '
Sunday night Club luncheon Wednesday. ing in prayer. Soon the
August 16, a Contact representative ; .'
a brief Illness. at Lake City coming. through I was introduced to his audience by voices
Services I were raised. "Praise .
will be on duty born 9 a. m.
Starke and stopped to eat "at a the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, commissioner Blair ResignsAs C. Niles Ray
he1d God
]In the Kingsley Lak ,tq 4 p. m. at the coUfthoUsd for From Whom All! BlessIngs I
? /grill near the county court house. of the district.
''t t Church' Thursday mora- t.l} ','purpose of furnishing infortjiatlooi Several miles beyond Starke on Chief Clerk Of Dies SuddenlyIn Flow" mingled with the I

|with an' Army Chaplain '"in and assistance to ex- Road 28 the statement Indicated Mr. Rowand stated that the Rationing Board New York tumult in the street. Never -
In this district City
Scouting program
men their
$ and dependents had those
and .eprtc Allen asked Montgomery: to. stop words had more \
complete military is practically at a standstill and
| were f and-'aiding: them In preparation the car so he could get out and need for Announcement was made this Relative here received a telegram meaning and never before ,
given. Local to described the urgent
evidence establish -
1 were under arrange the'necessary their This service relieve himself. Instead of getting leadership that exists at the week by W. L. Blair Chief Clerk Monday night stating that had they been sung with ,
the direction rights. for his such fervor.
out he reached -

ft Hornaby it is hoped that citizens of shot for busy men to find time : Board of his resignation day In a hospital in New York Back on the street corner ill

lord County in was 1897 born had In this area will call on the contact his right the statement. to devote to outside activities effective August 19. Mrs. Earl City. The funeral was held inAsheville a soldier stood transfixed, his J

ki the and representative for any assistance According the downon the Scouting program must not Johnson was appointed as his N. C., on Thursdayand face wreathed in smiles. .4:
army Allen then body
eart H9 was approximately a member of required ia connection with benefits the floor pushed boards of the >42 be neglected and was never so successor almost at the same Interment was made in the "Gosh, just think," he said i /.{

Baptist Church. ) by the Veterans Adminis Cadillac and drove through Bun-lf important as now, Mr. Rowand time peace was announced and family plot where his wife's relatlveu to nobody in particular, "how sit'll

nws beside tration. said. many articles were lifted from rest. feel to drive into a service ,
his parents are nell, turned north and dumped the ,
/others./ Elmer James L. Hales Jr., who is in l Following the luncheon hour, the rationed! list. On the 29th of June Mr. Ray station, have 'em fill it M I I

.b.. n' 'u,__ .and.- Markley _...___ _._ ...._ ._. ..A..,. _HI".. f"-- body through the railing_ of. a ,_i,.. .....v,._... _oilr..t".._un? _on..t__ with.. .__ n mern._____ (1--PA-- -"nn,1_.__.. -- -tnnn.wilnta--. ...--.--- t..r.--.. was- _herO.._ _a.ttenrfnir___,__(__'." th_n.*_ 1'.n..1'_'._..,. ___ ___UL '.
-r -acKaonvme and Rus- c.a.50 v. saw .aa. 'fl--- bridge on a sand road z :z-; miles up win gas ana fret; your f'k, t
M ben of the troop committees of mlnatlon of the rationing of of ''hi* father Luther cC :
Wilbur Hornsby of Gainesville, will handle the assignment off U. S. Highway No.1. Just gaaoltae Kay. windshield wiped." We know I
kej; three sisters, Mrs. F. here. Mr. Hales is a south "of St. Augustine. It was both local troops for the purpose canned fruits and vegetables Niles was born in Florida 42 what he meant. Our windshield

:J* Miami, Mrs. George Bur- veteran of. World War II.V. there that, one week later W. C. of developing a program of more fuel oil and oil ntoven. years ago. and for a number of hasn't been wiped in ""
'I. Green comprehensive leadership. Price Administrator Chester years lived with his parents In 1
Cove Eatman of St. Augustine :
Le[ater Han Springs and S. EMPLOYMENT% SERVICEA vultures Prior to Ute talk on Scouting, Bowles mid that meats fats and Starke, where he attended B. If. four years now. I.
Starke. I to the spot by
representative of the XT. S. overhead.. discovered the a classification survey of the oils butter, sugar, shoes and tires! S. and was a member of the Suddenly it was 9:30: and )Y 1

lea Employment Service is in Starkeat circling remains of Montgomeryin I community was submitted by W. will stay on the ration list "until Methodist church And church MPs bean circulating quietly '",
J. Weeks gruesome chairman of that com cutbacks and increased schooL H, attended the University
the courthouse. every Thursdayat. the water under the bridge. T. Clute military but firmly. They had orders "
) mittee. This was for the purposeof production brings civilian suppliesmore of New York, where ho "
era from
Today 9:30: a, m. to assist employers, Jack A. Thompson chief of I headquarters. GI ;
unemployed workers and returnIng i police of West Palm Beach testified determining what classifications nearly in balance with civilian specialized In banking. For the busses had arrived to take 1 _ _ _

'rlei J. Weeks, 81, native of war veterans. Particular attention at the time of Allen' arrest are now open In the club demand" past 13 years he was employed all soldiers back to camp, except 1j

q and I brother of Mrs. Mary Is being given at this there on May I, he was and might be filled by new mom In the National City Bank of those who live in town. I 4
New York.
r of thta city died early time to the Veterans' programand wearing a.belt buckle with the bers. The survey represents the Need Volunteers To Even the USO was not Immune
l 1 m first completed project In the Surviving Arc his widow, Mrs.
rnlns at hia home, -all veterans are invited to name ':'Montgomery" inside and and festivities there
Lydia S advantage club's 24-polnt program for the Knit Sweaters Beulah Weir Ray, and two ions,
Jacksonville, after visit the office and to take had in his possession a diamond .
and the building
I were stopped i
nell Jr. and Joel
Niles of New York
offered ;
Several weeks. He I of the faculties Masonic ring, $240 in travellers I year.Guests :&trl. O. E. Stan chairmanof closed. '"Too bad lost
IUv.7 Jack at this meeting Included bury, Ms mother Mrs. L. C. Ray and we i
onvllle made
v..n for th checks "
production for the Bradford I the the war one GI grumbled
and handkerchief with the laundry Lt. T. H. Ooborne. the Rev. J. brother Rev. Laurie O' Ray c
Uve engineer Was with a retired Revival ServicesAt and a CHM. These and other L. West. Gary Knnla. and M. W. County Chapter American Red of Lake Wales; three aunts living but he went along quietly i
RSIirOad He _s the a memnt Sea-- Kingsley Lake personal effects taken from Al Ware. Cross, Is asking tor volunteers to in Stark. Mr*. -!.__ W. .White, |'with the rest.Without :
knit sweaters for foreign war -
the re Misses Amelia and Olive Ray.
Baptist Church and a . _L____.. len's person were identified by \lief. This. chapter has been asked its khaki friends \
The Missionary Baptistof \.nunu to Mont set the Call Street J I f.
;; the witnesses aa belonging Scholarship Exams to complete its quota of knitted pace, r i
,JrvlVng ty are his widow Mrs. Kingsley Lake, located on gomery. When first apprehendedAllen garments as quickly as possible.Mrs. C. F. Kalch Dies soon calmed! down and by 10 ''I( '

b/Othpr/ Wee ks': live daughters; main highway between Camp gave a false name, but soon Are PostponedIn Stansbury there will At Miami Home o'clock all, was quiet once ..-
Bland and Starke. is planninga when he lays
and ing
three ythlng ;
listers. confessed ever Here and there tell
ntra( revival to run response to a telegram from be a great need for these garments more. a "fJ""'
R.1vel'3lde Services will be held In'' aoul-stirring 19 through Sunday, saw "the jig was up". the State Department of Educa this winter, It is hoped Bradford, County friend. will tale sign remained to indicate ;,
from August wife of the '
'clock Baptist Church at I with, services at Mrs. Montgomery tion It was announced yesterdaythat that as soon a. cool weather sets regret to learn of the death of its!'! uninhibited hour. A pair {. '
Friday and August 26th murder victim, took the witness Clifford F. Kalch. 63, at his homeIn ,
morning .
eat the Lewis scholarship examination In volunteer knitters will get in of GI shoes reposed in unmilitary J
WUI be In Santa Fe 8:00: o'clock each night. stand Wednesday morning. Identifying Miami on July 16 r_ _ _ _
!ltr,' The Rev. H. M. Tlllman. the card scheduled to be given touch with &Irs>. Stansbury and disorder on the awning I-
Hampton ring
k/ about 12:30: pastor has announced that the the belt belonging! to her here Wednesday, were postponed help do their part for those who Mr. Kalch was a former resident l. ( of Col D. 10;. Knight's. i. 'I
wallet as
evangelist will be Rev. Chas. M. and Roland If. flames also until 9 .. m., Monday August have not been as fortunate as we. of Starke and Hampton and law office, tossed there, perhaps ;' !
husband. ,
t Brewer. The services of a song City Pa., an employeof 20. Tho examina U 0 n will be has lived in Miami for the past by some rejoicing in ..j 4
Canova of Grove Ha j
Ute home economies'room yearn was a carpenterand
leader will l be obtained. and good Montgomery Builders Supply given in Car StolenA fantryman. But on the '
truck farmer
t -
1 will be with special the search for at B.H.S. it \It "
ant singing enjoyed told of instigating whole was very orderly
daug .
Idey Canova te of Mr, and numbers and music. the missing man from Miami The measage arrived Just as 1936 black Ford sedan belonging Surviving are his wife, Mrs. disorder. ),it j _ _
bJ Lake waa buried in The church extends to all a became overdue at his four applicants were about to begin to Roy Tomllnson was Pearl W. Kalch; one son, Lester ', /
Cemetery TuesdayW 'special Invitation to attend each when on. the examination in the stolen from In front of Den- W. Kalch with the Navy fri Borneo "Two extra policemen were :: j
with .
ltev. a yf service the services. You are askedto destination.Mrs. of WUllston. school house her*. It Is assumed mark's Furniture Company on ; two daughters Leah and on duty, but we didn't need 11
Lb Wiggins
.a1 born A. Shepherd. The fill your car and bring it to : Perry of the defendant, testified that it was postponed because Call St., ,Saturday nlbt. No Margaret. both of Miami; and a 'em," remarked Night Patrolman i j _ _

Tuesday morning Kingsley each night of the revival. mother that a sister of. hers has been in of V-J Day. trace of the car his been found. brother L. R. KalchTof Hampton. W. E. Thornton. l ,".''tI i

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. . . . eS. Electric Gets Blanding'.IRTC In the new group
the I
?; TO CLASSIFY . GrahamBy $432,000 Loan Has Anniversary Madge MIddleton Was lIIettlnc t.
{r Established 1877E. I suppose any guy dumb Mrs Edward Norman For Expansion Camp Standing's Infantry Replacement -I was chairman elected and Mrs Cakrel I""

L. Matthews _________. Editor and Owner enough to try and take a twoweeks' . . . . . . I A loan of $432.000 to the Clay Training Center began Mrs. Edward secretary Burns i
vacation all in one day its third year of existence last OW"
,. ought to feel the way I do this Mr. and Mrs! Gordon Jones and Electric Cooperative, Inc. from week.Starting. man of the nomlnaung I f
Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered a* Second ClaM Matter daughter Carolyn were visitingMr. I'I tee that co""
morning. Aryhow, I am a living with 32 at Proposed
Y's at the Pont Office at Starke Florida. picture of what the insurance and Mrs. Ernest Russ of Admin-istration officers. ::11 "1&:
I| the time of its activation on Au-
policies term "an act of God", I Brooker Sunday.
gFt NOW THAT PEACE is and son I liti! power plant and extension of gust 4. 1943, under the command::
The Atomic Bomb O a which is Just another way of sayIng Mrs. Edward Norman I of Maj. Gen. K.: W. Fales, it has
i it demonstrates Herbert Miss! Jeanette Nor linep ten counties Includrg
I/as Justified Itself reality that when anything like that erd 1'1 grown to Its present size of 232
more forcibly than ever' happens to you it is your own man and son Eugene Jones were Bradford, has been approved, according companies, the largest center of
In. Early Peace: the stupidity of those hard luck. visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Rufus) to an announcement thlJ its kind in the nation.
who decried invention Green in Brooker Sunday.Mr. week Emory H. Priceof
the by Cong
In the days before Pearl HarborI Trainloads ,ot equipment rolledIn
and the use of the atomic bomb on the grounds of inhumanity used to have a little boat and and Mrs. Edward Gainesville the Second Florida District. dally, hundreds of cadreinen
family were In on make this
I "I am pleased to
lot of time' fish f
I spent a chasing business Thursday.Mr. arrived from all sections of the
: ', Ilirohito, himself, in his surrender announcementto around Tampa Bay but with the and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and Important Congressman! announcement Price, "for, I am country, and facilities of the post
I coming of rationed gas and restricted were converted for the use of the
the blamed capitulation sons Charley and Bobby returned
Japanese people Jap on areas, I sold it and fully aware of what this meansto
the budding installation, back In All
? AF the atomic bomb. The sudden and dramatic end to hostilities thought I had given up fishing mountains Saturday from of North two weeks and in South to the< people In the rural those hectic days late In 1043.
areas who are so desirous of ob-
for the duration.
even as our war leaders were forecasting that
i Carolina. for homes Six regiments were activated on
taining electricity:
I it would take another year or two to bring Japanto I wan doln' all right until Mrs. Herbert Howell of Georgia and farms."; August 31, 1943, five more were
Uncle John comes!' down from
+ her knees is undeniable U spending a few days with added later. Training actually
proof that the atomic bomb New JTernoy and nothing to : The loan will be used to Increase -
E. T. started September 27, 1943, with
her parents: Mr. and Mrs.
it L has saved countless lives, both Japanese and American do, lie' gotta go flahln'. HeIH Young.Mr. the generating capacity of few companies In the field. 113 E. Call Street
4 It has saved months of worry and grief. It has the kind tit guy that jiiit the cooperative's power plant at STAHKE, FLL
naturally talk, eats, and and Mrs 13 A. Clark and Keystone Heights in Clay County -
y, N saved years of heartache. It has saved many men ,sleeps fish. I rcHlftted" him all daughter Jackie of Jacksonville : to change wires from' two Mrs. Grady Heads 'We -
+, from returning home helpless invalids for life. Last spent the weekend with Mr. and have a full
long ai I conlil, but he got phases to three; to rehabilitatelines USO Committee !H
rt p but not least, although it cost two billions: of dollars the wife on hi* .Nld.. She Mrs. T L. Casey. and to extend lines Into of the fanciest frj

to prbuuce, it 'has saved: money in the long run. says: "Why dent you take Mrs. Curtis Young and Miss other rural districts. Mrs. Thos. F. Grady was elect- and
Eloise several cegtables.A
recently spent
John out tliu It'lldo Young .
on bay
,; No one likes to think of those first two atomic ou gto.I.Vt'II l." days visiting in Georgia. "The most Important: part of ed chairman of the new "stream-
> .
the cxpanslou to the good
i y i"_ bombs that it was necessary,to drop 1? to demonstrate \ John's flshln' taciile-con) T. L. Casey spent .last weekend I I'eneral nubIlI program In the extension lined" USO Operating Committeeat -L---. supplysnurtemng

{ : #I 4t; roe 10 me Japanese people tile increuiuie power ui this, slats of one hair-lipped mouse- visiting his brother in Dover ana ;of the lines;; ," Congressman Price a meetlr.g: held In the club
new weapon. No one likes to think of the many faced 1 minnow and a couple of attending to business in Tampa. stated "for it will mean that building jecently. Following the I Tender Beef
women and children who must have perished in those rusty hooks, so I climb up in the Arlen Harper of Sanford has many more person will be able consolidation of all USO units Roc
biases. But a life is a life in modern warfare and it attic and get my assortment! of returned home after spending to obtain electricity. It Is my In Starke Stew and Del ieio,
., 14 is better that these comparative few should have paid rods, reels, tackle boxes and what some time with his uncle and sincere hope that some day soon Into one operation, it Steaks.
have aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal. was decided also to combine the
It Is
you. really amazing
i .; the price of peace than that countless others, both all persons In my district desir-
1 .enemy and ally, should ultimately pay in the invasion what fishing a tackle helluva can mesa get a itself gob into of school Mrs. Katie Thursday Maude and Mann the taught teacher ing electricity may obtain It." various operating committees Into COME TO YOUR

or Japan that would have been necessary otherwise The $432,000 loan brings the one "streamlined" organlzalo TIP TOP
when left alcre: In a hot attic for: Mrs. Essie Crosby spent that STORE
""i'' : If anything was needed to redeem the use of the two or three years. The rods day with her son-ia-law and total borrowed from REA to Selected members of the old YOU ARE WELCOV
q. ,r;;' atomic bomb in the eyes of humanity, this quick peace were warped, the reels frozen, daughter, Mr.'and Mrs. Al Bailey $1,539,000 established since the cooperativewas committees were .asked to serve

: Ci'' ,. -months before expectation-has done it. A wise. and the lines rotten. ot Kansas. later service 1937.The One'moneyhas year k

rt? Providence deemed that this greatest of all forces, Oh well, I would just go down . . . . . . been spent to erect the Key-
4 i 4 ? which ultimately would have been discovered, wari' to the tackle shop and get a stone Heights power plant and NEWLY'
9 or no war, fell first into hands that used it, sparingly couple of new rods and reels and Theressa'' to run lines a distance of 9PO REDECORATEDMILLIGANS

and as humanely as possible whatever else we might need.- mile In 1 Ooountles, thus furnishing -

'" To those who hastily condemned the use of the The guy behind the counter was ny Miss Ida Hagan power to hundreds of
I bomb Just about as helpful] as the aver- . ., . . . . . families In the rural districts. GRILL
)r i atomic we might say, "the war was won in Oak age butcher. The only kind of
Midge, Tennessee." Let us hope that the peace has rod you can buy nowadays is one Mrs. Bill Hall left Friday to The cooperatve services cus-

; j ;' been won there also. that you wear in a holster anda vlalt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tomers In Putnam Volusla, Clay, ENJOY YOUR .
Alachua, Baker, Columbia, Levy
reel Is a condition you acquire Joe Padgett, in Plant City. 8tJl'&l
?t. : Here's To Jim 'Wilson S OUR EDITORIAL IIAT in a saloon. Miss Jacquelin; Jan-ell has .returned Union counties., Bradford, and Marlon AND IMAM 4 _.__. '

.' is off to Jim Wilson Well, I patch old to her home In Jacksonville l )
up my .1111.
a. A Guy {With Plenty li. L. Conner of Route 2, Starke ,.
tuff the host I after spending a vacation
year-old service man ran arrange Is one of the nine directors. RrClJfJG" .... ..
Of' What It Takes whose mother lives near for a boat and John and I with her grandparents Mr. and
"lt'' IIeilbronn Springs. Any ,not out to give the unsuspecting Mrs. W. W Fackham. nesday night with Christian Unionon
i. find it tough day. Mrs. D. P. Mrs. W. C. at the Christian
Loper Sunday night ;Y
; t' ; )
; fellow who can smile and look as bright and cheerfulas
Just In The Cleanest
why a guy thinks he'N Loper and Mrs. Clyde Bradleywere Church. :
Jim did in the picture appearing in last week's got to get up before daylight in Starke Saturday. Friends of Mrs. J. C. Cochrane
yr Telegraph, knowing that he must go the rest of his to go fKhln', IH something Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Miami Is are sorry to hear of her illness Spot in Town

life without hands and feet-well, his courage makes I've never Iwrn able to figure visiting her parents, Mr. and and wish her a speedy recovery.
l"l us utterly ashamed, that we ever fussed or fumed out, but that seem to l Mrs. A. ti. Sullivan. CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
"i' about minor inconveniences, such as not enough gas.; be rule) "on*** so, of course, Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Mrs.A. FIRST CHHISTIAiV C1IURCU

nil...n.. n.. hl1.... ....'-.... we observed it. H. Kelsev and cranddauirhter.! Corner Call and Christian Sts.

'fi li d4 ft i We have a good mind to cut that picture of Jim I've gone ball for a lot of folks Dorothy, were visiting in Hamp Rev. \Y. G. Smedley, Pastor
. i ,. !'a time, but ton Thursday. Services as follows:
+ my goln ball for a
Wilson out of the
j paperand frame it. Then every boat is something else again, especially Mri.! J, C. Owsley, B. C. Owsleyand Bible School each Sunday at
time we feel like griping about some inconsequential ICE COLD WATERMELONS
at tuo crack of dawn Miss Dotty Jones of Perrlne, 10 a. m.Preaching
matter we'll look at that picture-and we WON'T gripe. with a flock of friendly mosquitoes are visiting Miss Ida Hagan and and communion ser

> The would .woulcl bq.a.. much more .pleasant place inwhlc'l all over the place'tryln'. to Mr. and Mrs. Charley; Owsley. vices at 11 'a.,.m. and 8:00: p. m., Cantaloupes
' to live if'a lot of other people wo know woulddo be helpful. S 1-c B. F. Geiger, stationed In Prayer: meeting each Wednes-

the same thing. We try troll In' for awhile, but North Carolina, is spending a 15- day at 8:00: p. m.

y 1 I that was no go for you couldn' day leave" with his mother, Mrs.

get your spoon ten feet behind J. p, Dickinson.Pvt. 44 . just like mother

1 Nr y 1; Can Use More Pulpwood your harvestin'boat a before mess you of gl'11.would I8. start The and son. and Larry Mrs.are Jimmie spending Swindell a few used to make"LAPPE Peaches

whole blamed days with Mrs. Ben Hall on the
er r' bay was lousy with
n ' f EKF* WHITE TIMBER DUIT. the stuff, It looked like somebody lake.Mrs. 0
had mowed the lawn, and then E. T Prevail and non Edwin -
M Container Corp'n.. of America, Fernandina, Fla. failed to rake it. of Starke spent Monday with
r her parents, Mrs and Mrs. \Y. W. Complete Line of Fresh '
6 ,, , So we decide we'll go Inshore Packham. Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S
t 4 and try casting for ARM 3-c and Mrs. I* W. Van
trout. I don't know whether Epps spent Sunday at Jackson- .,

The finest SteaksShrimp a you concrete ever tried mixer casting for a with reel ville Beach 7? CURB MARKET
Everyone is invited to Sunday
?'l x' a foods t or not but I can toll you It School each
Sunday morningand
i will bring out the choicest Call at Cherry Street
prayer meeting Is held on Wed-
1 at reasonable profanity Imaginable About "
_ Lobsters every, cast; I'd crt a grand
+ !' prices and glorious back-laNh. and
and before I could get the line
Ntralghtenpd> out the bait I Your turn Have a Coke 1
,t$ I Court & Call St. I Combination would drift around and get;
,.. with
I I .1 tangled the propeller.
C!"n'."n .KV.' ...1 A..__ __ ____ __ _ ...... "-.......-"'-'' ,-_... .- - -- -
4 AiiiT an nuur or BO or Loin.
having succeeded in breaking two SK
[ u'J rods and losing our anchor, we e- ) h'

_ H U UIDONURILL decided settle down to quit for fool a In'spell around of and old ( '

NW.i i 0 and fashioned hand fishing lines. So with we cut moved bait r err "S 4

over in the channel. Being what /
c i .e.I
the better .. ,'c'
w 'Eat At The Best And Forget The Rest" magazinesterm {
a "sportsman", I had always ...."
_ I, .. r... sneered at this kind of angling.I t". 4'1 1/1'' I a
6 I ,
was one of these smart guys .. .I.
who went for the "game" fish. '. t
But I'd promised John a day's . i Nt'
I flshln' and by Allah, I'd see that J
m wii he got it, even if we were re- I
I e1 y i ,' ,
duced to going after them with ;
u' }fiii goggles. and a spear. Sl'y'I 1

," '' Y To start with we tied up at Vh lo dff,, iJtfrli
the bridge with the tide swirling
beneath It and. as fast as we
could\ rig up our lines with bait

hook and sinker and get 'em to 1
I' the bottom, they would wrap
IM affectionately around
the piling. Now and then, if
sheer luck and awkwardness en- i
abled you to keep your line clearof
the piling.a crab or cat fish ;

had the proper sense of appreciation ; _
and would welcome a sec- /
r"ra p' RF ""'r> ond helplrg.

And this just. goes tin and
'Vnhilc' you nit in a bouncIng -

*$fdi -JA accumulate boat and sunshine unsuMpertingly until you . the next move is friendly refreshment 1America's _

Make Your Old Car Last Longer By look and feel like a broiled

i y f, Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication column Key West isn't. copyrighted crawfish. Thin and outdoor living rooms are devoted to friendly living. There ,'

' et 'Washing Polishing ,Waxing. the In wrlcomn Chamber to of UM' Commerce It, but I the warm invitation Have a Coke offers you ice-cold refreshment straight P I

Standard Oil Products Imagine they will go right on from the family icebox. There's no finer nor simpler recipe .'for home
*h \ving picture" of long .m ;;

I QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICE string of fish, with the cap hospitality than the friendly phrase Have a Colc:. Always have a supply :
tlon "Caught In Tampa Bay". _
y of cold Coca-Cola ready on hand. _

County Singing OTTtID UNDII/ AUTHOdTY Or THI COCA-COLA You a.Ur.lly; bur CoetCaWi
VAN II. GARDEN. Rlgr. STARKE, FLA. Convection will meet with the COMPANY IV i _ Cor. Temple Ave. & Call Hampton Baptist Church Sun- \C6V..Both
day, August 26, at 2 p. m. Every STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 1 net of Th CoerColaComPeoi" '
one is welcome.

A'&'.&'cj-'..0< iO 141 T..CCOIJ <

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tack in France on Dec 10 1944, F. A. Bn., APO 738 N. Y, N. Y. aid certificates. for a ta* deed. to ''VII. Ellse Frieda. Srhweleer. Defen .

li i m-v ttook part In the Belgium Ardennes T-Sgt. Robt. C. Long Hq. Det. be Issued thereon The certificate ! dant. Case No. 141onnKU ,
ICE A numbers and years of Issuance ;: pruLicATioN
A ) campaign and moved on toLuxembourg. 398 M. P. Bn., APO MS N. Y., the description. of the property ANT> NOTICE TO APPKAK
On Jan. 27th the N.Y. and the names In which It STATS OF FLOHIDA to: Mrs.
Division moved back was assessed are as follow.: Rllse. Frieda fchwelner whose. ad*
- - h into Belgiumand Pvt. Cecil C. Melvin Co. M A Portion of Certificate No. ITO dress Is-54 Cedar Avenue, Farm- 1

IS STAn=s JAMES M. HLACKSIIEAH A HAPPY during February it kept up a IMh In., APO 3, N. Y., N. Y. 1913.Year of Issuance June 1, A. DDemrlptlon Inirdaln, U I.. New York. (Suffolk
jJOSEEST EMPLOYED AT I !MEETING steady fight in the Siegfried Line Pvt. M. E. Rosier 493 Rep! County).
IN TilE SOUTH PACIFIC of Pioperty: N 3 A You are required to appear on
Mol\ff 2-c. James M. Blackahear who re til March the men crossed the Co., 11th Repl. Depot APO 131. of' that portion :of Nt* of NW l.. of August 81, 1945 In the above named .
Weest, I Moselle River and captured Ko N. Y.. N. Y. SWU W of Knad 13 Sectin 20, Court and. cause, wherein plain
Underwater De- cently received an Army discharge .s _ft.I ._ Township 7 South Kxntre It Knst. tiff seek divorce. Hradford <:olln.
f an 1010 the is now employed as a blenz. From then until V-E Day T-5 John H. :Moyer, 1380 Eng. uonlalnlnir a note* more or I....... tv Teleirraph. shall publish this

Tearfl.back in the storekeeper with the Post Ordnance . the 87th advanced more than 230 Pet. Dist. Co., AVO 272 N. Y., Saxon.Name In which assessed J. It Order In next four hand weekly Issues.NVItnesa I
participating my and official
at Camp Blandlng. miles through central Germany to N. Y. All of said property. tiolntr In the seal nt Stark,, Florida, this August I
OKI- the border of Czechoslovakia Pvt. R. N. Crawford, 2nd Pit., County of liradfotd. Htate of KlorId 3, 1945,
and Is'-- The husband of Mrs. Beverly Co. D, 28th ". (OFFICIAL SRAM A. J. Thomns
Sgt. will E. T. Bn
spend his 30- ASFTC. fnless such)
Cady Blackshear he certificate or certi As Clerk of raid Court.
_';1 to embark I :. I and half served two day furlough here before reportIng Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. ficates shall tie redeemed nccordJintf Walter C. llardesty. faytonv

a neW type ;' ticipating a In years the battles overseas, par. to Fort Bennlng Ga.. where Resale R. Thomas( SF 2-c, In such to law certificate the property or. certificates dewrlhed 8-S l 1""l'h.4t 8-S4 Fla. Atty. for Plf. ,, .

raining that I' I and campaigns the Division will reassemble. Brks. 133 Co. 33, USNRB Algiers will be sold to the hlRhest bidder -
-, .ecreteven of Tunisia SIcily Naples, New Orleans La. at the court house. door on the IV: C'lItrl'IT1': UIIAIIKOItOIVrVi / I .
Foggla, Rome Arno and first Monday In the month of Sep.temher < KI.OHIIMl IV (IIAN .
n.t know '4 PFC WALTER A. DIMSON IMS, which Is the Srd day Kitr.. I
It Is yet.a I Europe Rhineland.He n' : WAY HOME WITH S3 h TO You ttllOX IT MVY C'O'll'I' i of September.: 1A46I Frank P. Martin Plaintiff vs. Vlr.Itlnla .
aiv hereby notified that >
1 you ated this 4th day of August.. 8. Martin Defendant./ Case
recent I was awarded the Silver Pfc Walter A. Davis son of are to fll. any and all cUliiinagalnut .. I 1*45. No. X*lOKI1RR. I .

10theTepIi i Star the Bronze Star and the Mr. and Mrs. N J. Davis of llarilv A.of.1. radford Thomas. :NOTICK OF PPHLICATIONANU TO APPKAIt .

be says: L' European and American Defense L I ; Graham, la en route home from County\ Judge of Bradford County. County, Florldit.. 8-10 4t 8-31 STATH OF FLOH1DA to: Vlr.Itlnla '

-..a.-. IG :- ribbons. n____ ___ ___, : Europe with the 35th (Santa Fe) the Kfrirlda rir/...t within publication right of month.thin nolle from. tt\ 6th R Martin Ave. Hrooklyn whose address N. Y. Is; j
for the Division which in ten mohths or th claim will bo biirrod, by iv TIIH fitinir c'ol'n'r ut'P1.01 I
awa *I I>\. You are reiiulred to appear on
The Uw. ThlB Ml (ill I'll Jlllll'IHfl \|,
"Ionquite a Place. I,. OOTTBKKG LOST Chaa. A. (Bud) Jenkins, Painter I battled across the Elba River to J AufUKt UHKKN,JOth Administrator.194S. IT. IVM Volt II II,\IIKOIIII September, 314&, In the abovenamed .
clde planes were about the IN ACTION OVER INDO CHINA 2-c, and Royal Francis Jenkins within 42 miles of Berlin. 8-10 1; 8-31' ('oi'\n. Court seeks and divorce.cause, Hradford wh"r..lnatlailltltt t .
there KL.I.A K. SW IN Y Bit. Joined ,
rt things there. Seems Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Gott- BM l-c, met in the South Pacificon Hitting the Normandy beach by her h".h..netVILLIAll County Telimraph shall publish) j
to them coming in. July 20 after iruifi IT roi MT, 8".0110 F. SWINYKIt. thin order, In next four weekly Issues ,
h wend Invasion of berg of Kingsley Lake have received not seeing each head on July 7, 1944, the 35th 1.0l: :.n, 1.lUt&U),%. l, (')I.4- Plaintiffs. .
L were In on four other for 18 years. They are sons C Eli\ -vs.OLIVR Witness my hand and official ,
the German's Lo
islands In the Okinawa area, a letter from the command of C. H. Jenkins of Starke. fought from St. VKtorolkoff.' Plaintiff, v.. Hl.n HUMPKU: JAMKS P. seal at Htarke, Florida. this August ,
Interesting was '['Jg officer of their swept across France. cracked Into i. "40"' 1)efeil&nt., Cane No. YOl'Nlt and his wife "'::1.1..011.>. I. 1046.OFFICIAL. '
the most son, Bud 3545. VOIINIJ. KVMLYX 8TKVKNHKIONDIUCKH : ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
whose home Is the Saar Dec. 12 and
Valley on
at Starke
We took it without Lester Leroy who was reported OHDEH OP PPHUOATION and AMKItlCA.VKIHM \ As Clerk of said. Court.
Shliwu missing in action on 1. The has been In the Navy a year and then whipped into Belgium and] AM) :MITU'H Tl Al'I'KAH\ ANti CASUALTY COM- T. Frank Landrum Stark Florida..
a shot letter stated July eight months, and has been serv- Luxembourg to wither Von Rund- H. HTATW" 01"" PLAUilltA to: H.-tcn I'ANV. Orlando. Florida, Atty. for Plf. 8-3 4t -4
: Wolknff
niton rvilclcnce In un efendiinis..
ere 1 Is very little I can Bay ing aboard a floating dry dock. stedt's Ardennes bulge. known. Otmr.ll: '10IMIOll iv '"UU"'T c'ot'lI'r. mi ti>KonuOI

my outfit aa our work is "It is with deepest regret thatI Francis who lived in San Antonio Pfc Davis wears the ETO ribbon You are required! to appear on Title SPATE OF FLOItlOA : <4''!.:H'\V.Oltliinit''.''', IM.OIIIM4I IV
ret that we can't tell any- find it my sad duty to Inform Texas before entering the and the Presidential Unit Bftptemlivr Court?th. anil 1V4& In. the whoreln abovenunii'il TO JoVI: LYN Hox HTIOVICNS 774 *'ort HriiKK.KKNIHltrKS. : OP PITHLICATION1ANl 't

t about it. Sometime after you that your son, Lester Leroy service, has been in the Navy Citation. plaintiff ......k.. dlvorv ratine liiadfurd North Carolina.. I I> NOTI4-W\ TO APPRAIt .
I g the story will be told' Gottberg. Aviation Ordnanceman3c almost I'nuntv TplrMrnt: h Khali miMUIt It Is hereby. ordered. that. you are M Adelo Handy Orelg. Plulnllff' vs.. I
three C.:
Defendant. .
war No.
years. thin to ,
Order III four the llth
I It will make mighty Interest- is missing In action. I know ''Both have S. SOT. LL'CIANCONNEIt next weekly I UU0K day of ReptemWr: I: I'IPe"lIn( r" the 8U3:!. ., .
men credited STATI') OF %t. C.
there is little above entitled court to the bill of
I can say to lightenthe ON TAKIWA Wltnc my nnnd and official
f&Ilng. HAS JOB nrelir, whose
( with high honors since complaint filed na-itlnst In the residence' and address ,
burden of entering weal at Htiirke, Florida, this Au- you Is: 1\(. C. IOH .
grief I Irelg W.
air your but Conner above entitled ,
receive the Telegraph the service. S. Sgt. James Lucian gliNt III h., 1(145.tOKKiriAI. ( cause and Jones, Street, Hulelgh, North Carolina .
3 each week and read every do wish to tell you such facts as son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner' ttKAI.) A. J. Thomas dosla-nated fold Telegraph the "" "3 , .t I ,

It usually took one we have pertaining to your son's of Route 2, Starke. Is now stationed AM i'lerk of mild Court. which this crder shall be You .are required to appear oHeptember '
in . .
J l status of ('h. u. lien. 204 Ueulty lll.lir. once a week for four II945, In the abo\ -
k to Okinawa." NOHTHEKN BURMA with an Army Air Forces Jacknoiivlllo, Via. Atty. for 1'lf. w..klf. 'o".CIIIIY"1 :: :i'tro and cause, where) j
leest of Mrs. Thos. "Our squadron Is presently T-3 Richard V. St. John of Base Unit on Tarawa 1 1010 the Gilbert 81t4t/ 8-31 The relief Bought In .and by said. seeks divorce and rtstnratlon I
I Is the son son of Maiden name Ilrat1
suit 3 Is the forfeiture and termination .
%>wn of Hampton and states based in the Philippine Islands Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John of Islands and writes the following -' iv C'IIU'I.T toiiiT.CKIIV. III' ""...01111C.UI of a contract. concerning the ford County Telegraph shall. pul ,
and of our include Interesting letter to the ..... followingdescribed : : 11..1thl" Order In next four weekly I
he would enjoy hearing from many patrols Starke writes: "i, ', .oeIlU'1j t'n' llea-lnnlnir. at I the Southwest;property corner Isxiies I ,
address Is: Gordon flights over strongly held enemy Telegraph: of Ijiifavetta. Witness my hand and official
fids His Street and Houth
"Here I
am In Northern ,, .
Burma I..e
Pearce Kor Plaintiff
C, vi. seal at Htarke, Florida, this July '
!In, 28 1945 Walnut Street, In the .
areas French Indo-China. July, Clly of.
Ml, MoMJI 2-c, 969-69-35. Mylthylna, to be exact, which Is Kloyce Aiiitcrxun, Foie, t'efeidant.lasi. Htarke, and rimlnir Southerly n- SO, 1945.tcJll'l"lt'iAf..
Demolition Team 21, Your son was .on such a missionon No. :3947.IJltlEIt Innir the West line of MouthWalnut ( \ SKAL) A. J. Thomas. I
jltroster mountainous and beautiful. The Well here I Bit Tarawa a :
on OH1 FlTHUfATION :i An Clerk of said Court.T. .
1 Street Two hundredseventysix
fcFPO, SF, Calif. July having left our base thing that Interests me most is little Island about 5.000 miles ANI> NOTH'H TO AITU.m ; (J7B) feet. for point Frank Ijinilium, Hturke, 1"iorilaAtty.
early In the morning. When the STATK OK FUOH1PA to: KllVCl) for Plf. H-J 4t 8-114
being able to wander around In from the /good old 1 U. S. A. Yes, A. Fore, who... r *ldence and ad..Ir. l- of. licglnnliiR-; hence Html her, I v !
icis K.: ARnoonTEHES plane failed to return in ,the Ionic the West line of Houth
evening . ..
these jungles once in a while. I do mean little because It's less IH % Mm. Avla Anderson Walnut' Htreet on. hundred one iv tuinir i'oi'ti'r mi \IIKOKII)
DISCHARGE and having had no message Deer Kolknton, UeorKlii. (101) feet; thence West. hundred I KMVIt' , Kl.Oltllltl i IV 1 ('liA *> I
wonderful one
hunting was until
than mUe I
a You required to on ( Kllf.Ailrla: ,
are appear
El of .
Arwood son
E. whatsoever from the eluhly-eliiht and ttie.haif, I
Angus patrol a 'Uncle' said stop. Then, too If fI"I'It>"niht>r 7th, 1I4D! In the nlioventmn'il I I Ivey, Plaintiff vs. CharlesJutmm
,., square. you (I IRKS feet to I the Kant linn of
1, H B. Arwood of Lawtey search and rescue operation was .oO 'unit anil cause wherein. Ivey, Defendant. Case. No
Adams Street thence
from active lately I'va been plenty busy repairing don't think that pliilnUff: ......k. divorce. Bradford ; Northerlynlonir 51137.
been released undertaken. this the (Oust line of AilnmsHtreet
immediately In
these G. I. radios. ia small, try County Telegraph M h u 1 1 publish I oiinun op PtTHLir-ATtov
J)'with the Army after serving respect all available facilities "This ;' you thin urili-r la: ;next four weekly: !is. six and one' hundred fifty- ANI NOTICK!: Tn APPMAK
eight tenths
morning (July 21)) whilewe ]lvlri.g i on one (ISHK feet OF
months. He was overseas 28Iths Including Army search planes BUCK.WltnenH thence KHHlerlv one hundredelirhty
I boys were sleeping peacefully that size awhile.I my hand and official! (\ISO) feet to the point of James. Ivey ;whose address Is Unknown -
his .
and received discharge were utilized Heal at Mlnrke Florida, this August .
rain storm b"llnnhllJ'Vlln.
Jtle Separation through a our tent have and there CI h., 1H4K. ...... You are required to appear on ,
Blanding \
hand and seal .
Camp "To date we have received absolutely fell, tearing a large hole In it. is nothing to do OFF 1C 41. S10AT.) A. J. Thoma of said (Court my this 7th.. diiv ofAtiatust September !3.l 1H45, In the above
Iter. He plans to make his A.. Clerk of K. ld Court named. Court and cause. wherein
Ga. no information that Of course everything got plenty and no place to ('h.... It Henc, 204 Jtealty Bl,l t. Hradford, A. lW). IMfl. In. "Htarke' plaintiff seeks. divorce and restoration ,
i In Rome would in any way indicate what wet, but It won't take long to dryif laiknonvllle Fla. Ally for pit.slu County, FloridaA. J. TIIO'ofARCI"l'k of maiden name. Hradford
the have encounteredon go.I 4t 8-31 iireilhrdCounty County Telegraph shall publishthis \ ,
crew the comes the temperature Clrr-iilt Court
may sun out as am In chargeof ,
H1ROLD A. BISHOP Order In next four weekly Issue" .
? patrol, or that they had sur quite often reaches 120 transient billeting Fii'rlli.OFl"ICIAL ,
UTS vived. From this it is obvious degrees In the shade. here. This . l.ficr seven months in the Eu- that evaluation of son'sstatus IV AM) KOIl HII.\l>. Attys for Plf. 8-10 4t 8-31 seal I at Hlarke, Florida, this August tar. "
an your "To tell the truth, though I Is very much 2, ll 945.ttil'9'I'IAL .
kin theatre, Cpl. Harold A. P0111) roi vrv.KLJiA -- ( '''';:At.) A. J. Thomas ,
of is difficult ,
missing very have it plenty nice here comparedto like being man- K. BWINYKU: Joined '.
nun IT
c.ol'nT, lilt "JI.onn As Clerk of suld ( .url.
[ of Mr. and
uddy) Bishop. son though ,there have been Instances what some of our friends have ager of a hotel : by 'nor htmlmnd, WILLiAM ('0I'1'Y' PI.OIIIIIII IV 1 ('''' !tII- J. H Harrison Law I Exchange IlldsT. I )
H. A. Bishop of Starke Is K. SWl.MVKIl.: ('Eli Y. Jacksonville, Florida. Atty. for .
of this sort where the who wonderful Job of
are doing a only we use Plaintiff) John ,
Aries France Hforifx Rrhwrlffpr, riftlntlff. plf. 1-3 41
r at Camp crew has been able to safely land defeating the enemy wherever tents with no OMVra'llUMPEU ,JAMKS P. I

luting redeployment the plane and the survivors have they meet. running water YOUM1 and bin wife, IoI.J.A: D. '-1 -

fimp Aries Is one of threee been rescued and returned to us "Will close now as It's about or other modemconveniences. YOI'NU KVKI-YN HTIVNMKW'iiItlC'IM Service Careful Driver.
\ and AMKHICANKHIW \ : Prompt
staging areas near the by friendly natives. In saying time to go to the show. 'TheClock' I ANt CA81TAL.TY C'OAU

dlterranean port of Marseillebaa this I do not wish to give you Is on and it should be can't say! that I PAN Y., ..Orlando Florida, ,
> f ndantitoiiunt
] "
1 & capacity 100.000 men. any fake hope of your son's safe good. I receive the Telegraph air : recommend my..accomodations to 'io \PIMHIITIIR : STARKE TAXI SERVICEand .

return though we constantly hope mall each week and enjoy read- people who are used to better I i ST.\TfcJ OK" FIAUHIIA I I : .
TO: OL.IVIO ItirMPliU Addres unknown
JCM4.V B. PREVATT that it will happen. Ing It very much." but to Rome guests I have they jMACK'S

i SITS REDEPLOYMENT Dick's addict is: T-3 RichardV. look mighty good. It I IH, hereby ordered that you are
"During the time that son .
your r"itilred to appear on the Il1h 3 .
'vt Truman B. Prevatt, whose was serving with our squadronhis St. John, 191 Sig. Repair Co., You should see the new sheetsI day of September, 1045 before I theabove "

n e Is at Lawtey Is now in performance of duty was in APO 218, care PM. NY NY.S. received last week! We have all ,' entllli"! court to the bill of TAXI SERVICE
oonvplalnt filed against you In the I
nce with his unit, the 153rdId ranks from generals to privates, ,
all respects outstanding. You may above entitled rauHi-. and The l''I'a.a. ( .
Artillery awaiting to re- feel of him as we SOT. ROY E. '=NRECEI'ES as our guests. ford County Telegraph I... hereby
as Justly proud ,
In Phone 150
designated u" the newspaper
i to the States for a 30-day have: and likewise be assured I AKMY: DISCHARGE They call these islands the Par- 'which this. order hall be publlnhe l lonce

>sough, after which his outfit I that 'we will find it mighty difficult S. Sgt, Roy E. Allen, son of adise of the Pacific, but really, I weeks.The. a. week, for four consecutive Day Night.

scheduled for redeployment to to fill his place. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Allen of can't see it. There are less thana relief Mouitht In and bv mild I L .-.- '.-I

Pacific. Brooker received an honorable hundred trees on this "rock"no suit IH the forfeiture and termination -
"Protestant memorial services of a contric't lonceinlnK the B BMSBBBBIBlBBSBBSBHMBJSBIBJBMmBagl
fie 153rd arrived In Europetime were conducted on July 8th for discharge from shade whatsoever. The benches following\ dem-rlbed property: i mijmmjm mQmimmmm tim Qm
to participate In the final I the Army July| are still littered with junk and Uvwlnnlnir nt the Hciuthwent for-
attended .
son's and were
your crew Tier of ifuyette! Htreet and Mouth
''1 that smashed all Ger&ian I son's shipmates. 12 and has accepted destroyed equipment both Jap Walnut Btreet In the City of

stance. On April .8, as part by your a civil and ours. You can still tell it was $tarke. and riinnliiNT Southerly a- it'is !
most of Houth Here
"Again, let me extend my lniir theWnt
tile 15th Army they moved to I that of service positionat mighty rough here when our Walnut Street 'Two. hundredseventyMis
lffpath, In Northern Germany. heartfelt sympathy and Fort Jackson, Marines hit these beaches. (276)
1 helped collect process. feed. your gallant son's squadron mates, S. C., where he You have all heard so much alt,nit beginning the West; thence line .Houtherly.f Houth

'*. guard and repatriate 270- to you and the rest of his loved was In service about these beautiful South Sea Walnut Htreet one hundred one
civilians ones in your irreplacable loss." to going If the back < 10I/ ) hOlt; thence Went on. hundred *
of 45: nationalities. prior Island girls. women elvhty-ulKht and one-hall UTILITY fl.
Very sincerely overseas. home could just see them one (155.5) feet to the Kant line of

F.:1 M. ALVAREZ Lt. Com. Roger J. Crowley Jr. Sgt. Allen was time they would never again worry Adam along the Street East; thence line of Northerly Adamafltreet .

K8 HOME: WITH 30th In the Army 7 about loa'ngr! their Americanmen. one hundred fifty-

ffcJoe M. Alvarez son of Mrs. EDWARD THOMAS HOME! years and 28 They are too black for me. six thence: and KoBterly eight tenths one(1G8,8)hundred feet: '

tab Alvarez, Route 2, Starke ON LEAVE FROM NAVY days and spent There are no natjves on this rock elirhty (180) feet to the point tit

en route with the 30th (Old Edward E. Thomas S 1-c, six years In Ha but this atol has plenty of them. beg Witness I n n I n ".mv hand and the. seal. BAG

wry) Division, the outfit thate brother of Miss Floy Thomas of wall. He took It nothing happens, I'll be leaving of said Court thin 7th. day/ of ifi

up Germany's supreme Starke Is spending a 25-day: part In invasionsof this place for Hawaii in a few AUK Bradford xt, A. 1>. IfHS.K.orldClerk In... Stark. :' j

"to-offensive In Normandy. leave here following 12 months'duty the Marshal weeks and it will be great to see County. J. TI1OMAM. !

e 30th, which once trained at aboard a minesweeper In the Islands and Ley- n Honolulu________ and some white women Circuit.: .. .ourt... Bradford -- :- .
T"P Blanding, spearheaded the Pacific. Seaman Thomas fought te, as well s- once more.I County r (OPKcrAr PEAL) 15 INCHES: JLUINU ,j

f Mi breakthrough, later crash- with the Navy at Salpan, Guam, several other major battles and receive the Telegraph each Baxter for A Clayton I'If. My K.A.ri 8-10 4t ytnnAttyii 8-31

through the Siegfried, lice, I Iwo Jima and Okinawa. He escaped without a scratch. week air mail and always enjoyreadJ'ig t

Wheeling south to help top i'wears the Philippine and Oki- Sgt. Allen was awarded the especially Carolyn NOTICE! 0V AMM.H'ATIOV FOil

i" edt't lightning attack: In nawa campaign bars and the Good Conduct medal the AmerIcan Callstreet. I still hear from a lot T** 1 Hill( i>nulloiin No.: IWA3NOTICK For bathnjg :

Ardennes. Out for the kill American and Asiatic-Pacific Defense ribbon with one of the fellows and juat receiveda IH HEHKIIV: OtVEN. ,:. :

Mth led the 9th Army's aat Theatre ribbons. star the Asiatic-Pacific theatre letter from Ens. Leland Spon- that W. H Harwlck certificate the holder hum filed of '
the following
".1 t received his' ribbon with two stars a Bronze holtz.
crossing of the Rhine on Seaman Thomas ,
h 24 and fought Us way ,boot training at the Jacksonville Arrowhead, and the Fhilipnlne I'm surely glad that many of For shopping

11 than 200 miles to the Elbe NAS. He will report to Charleston Liberation ribbon with two bronze the boys who were in Europe are ,

ere> Russians and Americans S. C. at the expiration of his stare. already home with discharges. vi.,

peil har45Pfc leave. After coming back to "the Thank God they lived through it. ;

Alvarez also in good ole U. S. A.", as he often I'm praying that we will all be CEILING PRICE 2.30 i
wears the ETO He has three brothers he enjoyed a the end of this '
oe with Thomas, puts it, In April back home by :
M. ,
three Armand '
Combat battle stan the service: in the short stay with friends in Camden year. May God bless and protectall : ''If

GIod Conduct Infantry ribbon.Badge and His Pacific with the; Woodrow Coast Guard Thomas and S. C., Jacksonville Fla., and the boys everywhere. _____ Whe They Last. '; -' J i .

e, Swale v with his parents at Brooker.He Sincerely, .
Mae lives at Ralf ord. King Thomas both In the Navy. then reported to Miami for Luclan I

-". sent to -. !
re-assignment and was
there Enclosed In Sgt. Conner's letter :
Fort Knox Ky. \
EFFICIENTThis until he received his discharge.IRA were several Interesting snap- PLUS 20c<<
shots of acenesabout the Islands $1.00 ,

funeral 'home is dedicated to reliable ALDERMAN: STATIONEDAt Including a wrecked Jap searchlight FED. TAX

HABBOR a blasted! Jap headquarters EXPERT
service There are no boundary Ira J. Alderman of Waldo is building, A momument to the 2nd I ,

lines to the territory we are always assigned to an Important war Job Marines who took Tarawa, Junked WORKMANSHIP "
ready to serve. at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard. Jap landing barges, etc. ot.u: RIe"ORO& allow I
Lucian'a present address is: OVKft: 'rwo MII.I.IOKT ,, '
there to help .
maintain the ahlps of the Pacific S. Sgt. James L. Conner, 1332nd: PVIWUASIts IN :. I
AAF Base Unit CPW-PD-ATC, utile wrutj.s TIIKNMMIIT r.i iI .
and send them back to rejoin ALL ''YORKGUARANTEED {
the Navy's successful raidson APO 240 care PM, SE Calif. I :j qi'


Funeral Director HOME: ON FURLOUGh S-Sgt W. C. Rhoden, 326 Q. M. YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

STARKE PHONE 7 Sgt. Robert C. Kersey son of (Truck) Co., APO 75: SF Calif. FINEST WATCH TO OUR !
of Pfc Geo. C. Powell 26 Pit. Hq., :
O. L. Kersey
and Mrs.
Our local funeral home enables us to Mr.Starke ia spending a 30-day fur- GH-12. Det. :M. 4023' : SSG. APO CARE STORES ; i ;

offer conveniences and services 'not lough here. He has Just returned 70. SF, Calif. ,
otherwise available. overseas after eight monthsof Pvt James Re<1IJIsh.. Hq. Btry..
from AAA Gun Bn., APO 246, "
87th 64th
with the
tt combat duty :
tees.1: t'Ztflish. the highest type service at the lowest prices and (Golden Acorn) Infantry DivisionIn SF, Calif.W. Bennett A-S Co. B TheSTAG AT BLANDING BUS STATION
eCPt \Ny ANY com- Luxembourg Hiram
life Insurance policy In force. Issued by France. Belgium. St. Petersburg, f :
.. ETO 29-1
Consultation He wears the 1
, Payment In part or'in full on a funeral. and Germany. Fla. _ _ _ _ _ _,.11 _ \,
no three campaign stars.The Starke I ,_ 1
obligation. ribbon and Pvt. Wilson May, Btry. B., 981 Carter Bid?., 'ii;
launched its first at-
87th '- 't
psss4SaS- ri Jr rs .. s-s 4 )j,.

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? FOUR _ _ _ IT,

II{ JI SOCIETY and CLUBS Farewell Party 1 New DirectorMrs.

For Miss SpannerA .,.. Announcing: The Opening Of

'::1. Miss Drew WedsT. Birthday PartyAt and hamburger delightful; swimming fry was given part at

Arnold WasdinIn Kingsley LakeLittle the, Kingsley Lake home of Mrs BRANNEN OPTICICANSSATURDAY
Barbara Clute Wednesday night,

Jacksonville Mary Agnes Matthews, August 8, In honor of Miss Bess

h 4w four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Spanner of the USO, who has AUGUST 18
The marriage of Mlns Jac- Mrs. E. L. Matthews, celebrated" been transferred from Starke.
Drew, daughter of Mr.
quelyne her birthday anniversary last Fri- The spacious! back yard of Mrs.
and Mrs. J. D. Drew, Sr., of
day afternoon when her parents Clute's home was tastefully arranged -
J. ,, 'q Jacksonville, and Thomas Arnold .
: entertained at a children's partyat with picnic tables which -- -. -- -
Wasdin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J "
their summer home on Kings- formed an appropriate setting ; -
of Graha.m.was
Wasdln ,
Hiram M.
4k ley Lake. for the occasion. After enjoyinga ,.
solemnized Thursday even-
?: a ing, August 2, at 8 o'clock In the The young people met a four swim, the group fried hambur- Glasses Fitted
't West Jacksonville Christian o'clock and after being served gers and then gathered on the '';

Church. The Rev. Clarence I.. punch by the honoree's two front porch for group slngfcg.:

) Kirby performed the ceremony grandmothers, Mrs. W. E. :MId- In an appropriate speech. Mrs. :'r';'r .4'\ Prescriptions Filled .
dleton and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Carl Carter presented Miss Spanner \
chancel of the church was
The swim In lake. ,>r\ r.
enjoyed a with a billfold with an Attached
banked with palms and fern with i t
Following the swim a ''game key ring as a remem- $?l > Broken Lenses Duplicated
arrangements of white :flowers, r .
1 "Pinning on the Donkey's Tall"was brance of the occasion. .
In tall I
and lighted white tapers
d 'won by Wayne Alexander Elizabeth Hornlck is the
standards The bride was given In marriage McRae-Taylor
'M rope as his reward. fai Starke. She succeeds :Mrs. Sue
her father and was attended -
by The young guests gathered In Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae an- Bateman. who has been transferred -
n Miss Jeanette Reynolds of all Kinds
< by Repairs
; the dining room to sing "HappyBirthday" to Oklahoma City
the and
nounce engagement approaching -
as maid ,of honor. ,
The two-tiered birthday -
of their
J. D. Drew,, Jr., brother of the cake, Iced in white and dec- daughter Odessa marriage, to Robert E. St. Mark's Auxiliary

+, bride, served as best man. for the orated In pink and green, held {WHY GO OUT OF TOWN FOR. COMPLETE
bridegroom and .Ushers were R. Taylor, son of Mr. end Mrs. S. B. St. Mark's Womens Auxiliarymet

'I' L. Ogletree and b. L' Babb.. four Inscription Burning"Happy candles.Birthday A green to Taylor, of Adel, Ga. Friday evening August 10, OPTICAL SERVICE 'WHEN WE BRING IT TO YOU?
; The wedding will be an event at the Rectory to prepare a box
' + ,The bride chose for her wedding You" toped the cake while pink
of Saturday, August 25, at 8 p. for shipment to Greece for War
l '
+ + a gown of white marqul- and green animal( crackers were
of the bride's Relief. Refreshments were serv-
m., at the home
setts with a voluminous skirt the placed on the bottom tier. The I -
parents. I ed by Mrs. Grover Alison./
fitted bodice featuring a sweetheart table which held the cake was
I neckline. Her veil of covered with, a pink and green Relatives and friends of the
bridal Illusion was of finger tip birthday cloth. After Mary couple are cordially Invited to USCS To MeetThe

{' length and fell from a tiara of Agnes had blown out the candles attend. Woman's Society; of Chris- 'Service From One To Seven Days

{ pearls. She carried a cascade and cut the first ellce of cake Man Service, will meet Monday,

bouquet of white aster. the young people were served refreshments Theatre PartyBeryl August 20, at 4 p. m., In the

Following the ceremony, a reception of ice cream with the Methodist church. Circle Two

: d' t t'' wan held la the home of cake. Favors for the afternoonwere Jean St. Peter celebratedher will have charge of the program;

; ; ; '.j Mr and Mrs R. I* Oglestfee on miniature pink and green eleventh birthday on Tuesday, business meetings will be con- Discounts To All Members Of The Armed

Pr Roselle St., where the dining baskets filled
I "a Sn table held 'an arrangement of i '>' dinner and the theatre. E. MIdclletcu. Forces And Their Families

c :' pink*gladioli and a three-tiered Assisting Mrs. Matthews in ,

wedding cake. serving and 1 entertaining the

hH Mrs. Wasdin atended ,Jacksonville guests were her sister, Mrs

schools and was graduated Madge Middleton, Miss Kate BAUCII & LOMB AMERICAN OPTICAL FIRST, QUALITY
p" from Robert E. Lee. Struth, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. . /'

Mr. .Wasdlu, Is a graduate of W E. Middleton, MIrs. Junius M. ,. PRODUCTS USED

' Bradford High School and Is connected Smith and Miss Joan Carpenter.

the Jacksonville About guests enjoyedthe
with post thirty __ _ __ __
office. afternoon with the little hon- Twenty year from now when It has been since the opening . d

p They will\ be at home to friends oree. that sweet little grandson of Last Saturday night Mrs. Burnett

q ,I at 3034 Thomas St., Jacksonville. assistants served deli-
I I mine turns his innocent face to and her a

Jnformal PartyMrs. me and says, "And what' was It cious dinner to forty service peo-
like In Starke the night peace ple and on Sunday evening a

} CHIROPKACTIC F F, Stump and daugh- was declared Granny?" I'll tell buffet supper attracted another ,

HEALTH SERVICE ter, Mrs. War H. Thomson entertained him. something like this: large group of Army-lies . Rx OPTICIAN '

(d'' .- about 15 members of Well, as I reme m b e r, sonny, Mrs. Burnett extends a cordial

:,ir i + DR. II. T. UTIILAUTCUIROPKACTOK the younger set with a garden your grandmother was sitting In Invitation to Starkeitea to dropIn .
party honoring Mrs. Stump's 'the Florida Theatre,' whiling a- and become better acquaintedwith 116'SOUTII WALNUT STREET 9:00 A. M. 10:00 P. M. DAILY

( niece, Miss Ernestine,Whltbeck of way a couple of hours with what the Center is doing i

r'I I 414 West Main Street, North, StauntonVa.., at their home on "Brewster's Millions" . All of . Add additions to the Kings-
Gainesville Flo. S. Walnut St.,Wednesday morning a sudden I heard a noise outside ley colony: ,the' J. H. Ritches of J
-Light'''refreshments Were like the Fourth of July and New Jax'vllle and Dot an' S. R. Johns '

4 served by the hostesses and the Year's Eve being celebrated sim- and children r Fred Scott __ .' ; JACKSONVILLE OFFICE* ..",*',_.

s ti.n' i HOURS young"; 16 present enjoyed" a ultaneously In the midst of a postcards .from.Clay ton, Ga., that '

r 1 ,f tM I + t t I 0 to 12 1:30: to 8:30 very/nice time boiler factory . I knew at once he's enjoying 02 degree weather " ,237: .W. Foray St. -:- Room:. ,206

Phone 2201 that this was IT and ran out- right now ., / .." I"! .. *.'VDON'T
Mrs. Carolyn Kinney hasr; + "
side . tr.\\" -
turned from a visit with friends Hear Hazel 'Moore demonstrated .
: Cohl/nbl t:. J' I ,' '
and" relatives \hv \.5. Myrtle 'Anderson was standing her prowess M a fisherman 'J-. I.

there, tryin' to decide whether to and a cook'at''''Jtttle: Informal ., '. i'

laugh or cry, she was THAT get together at Kingsley one ,.".\.' .

happy, and cars were tearing night last week . .. Hazel caughtthe
through the streets like demons fish herself early in the even-

""T J possessed . A burley T-4 had ing and .then prepared a delightful -

found a red felt hat,somewhereand supper for the group, includ-

7 was acting as unofficial ing her mother Mrs. P. A.

master-of-ceremonlea at the cor- Moore. Dr. E. A. Thompson, Miss

ner of Call and Walnut . The Shirley Struth Dr. A. N. Grenda,
I b MPs (Incidentally\ the only folks Dr. Jim McLain, Miss Nan

around with worried faces) indulgently Struth, Dr. and Mrs. Ella Johns

- let him be . Some- and Mrs. W. G. Struth . Add

what of a male strip tease act appropriate touches: The billfold

nl tit r Starke's seemed" to be In progress In front and key ring given! to Miss Bess

of Caaovaa where Bill (A & A) Spanner at her farewell party

ti's finest Tile Morgan let a couple of Gla amuse last week carried an attached four

themselves by tearing the shirt leaf clover . Seems that :MIss

off his back and ripping his Spanner's hobby is collecting four
Band pants> leg up the seam . leaf clovers which she mounts
Nookle Wainwright artistically and, gives to soldiers who are going

+r bar draped. crepe paper on a bewildered overseas . .
.mod goat that Billy Dowllng had >

perched the radiator of his
upon Cheerful note In the mall this
Model A. '. .
week from \,, E. (Mindanao)

., r SIZZIJNQSTEAK A Wall . I quote: "Well, ole gal
'y, y
'Suddenly the
4y glimpsed highlight It's this way-Iccig time no see
of the entire
lr proceedings Call St., but they tell us the first
Doc harks, evidently caught inKingaley's
ten years are the -hardest. After _
cool waters when the '
d'' LOBSTER that they Just slip by. Couldbe
id t : news flash came, leaned nonchalantly true! I'll know in another five
; J; t ) against his
.; parked automobile I
Had nice
year. a trip today.
SHRIMP; M watching the fun and
dyked I Flew up to the coast and back
out in bathing trunks, sport coat, and saw some mighty beautiful
CHICKEN some CI's. khaki cap, and bare-
scenery-mountains, rivers, etc.,
footedDoc! who has served
but I'll settle for Alligator Creek
five long years on Bradford'County'a and Sand Hill.; They're pretty
Selective Service Board. enough for me. The Philippine
B was heard to remark, "I don't Islands
and their people were
For give; a damn 'how I look!" .
n an awful condition by the dyIng -
All honors for the loudness of "Sons of Heaven". There is

' s r f Connolst NO 0Well? horns clarion went claxcn to Prescott would Gill have whose put no way knowing, other than ,With our war In the Pacific reacting
seeing for how
yourself, much -
how about War Gabriel to shame . Altogether, these climactic intensity, and with peak movements ,
belp need
seurs I you people -our help.
twas a grand an' glorious celebration of men and material. the U.S.A.,
Bonds? That kind of They should come far ahead of
Jio .
a . One that, comes once i
01Good paper talks and talks In a lifetime, and one that will our fallen enemies In Europe, as transportation meets its greatest challenge.The .

plenty just like never be forgotten . they never stopped! fighting for,
one minute against our common i Office of Defense Transportation believes that
t, money talks. enemy. Let's hope they get the
r critically needed Is UN
Add Peace-Day comment space being occupied by
most help-first Give
b and Now it "Look When four-year-old my per- ESSENTIAL
'; says out Mary Agnes sonal regards to all my straw- TRAVELERS-that this space must
a-4} 0 TokioHereICome"and Matthews heard the war was over be
conserved for the
berry-picking friends 'and maybeIn unremitting demands of.war.
her first remark
was, "And
Drink now .
after V.Day'itwillapeak the not too distant future, I'll
again- Mommle, we" can get a new gar- be able to see ''all of you." So don't plan any trip that can be postponed till
up bage can! . Hear Jewell .
this time to buy you David Carlisle (Mrs. Al Kay) has And It looks-J.-like that futlJre'sgoing the firing ceases. Save yourself embarrassment,

some of the wonderful Just received an A. B. In educa- to be a lot less distant discomforts and loss of time.
tion from . .
Tally Incidentally,
new improve. than A. 'E. thought when he
ments which will Principal Foster Sill Smith is wrote that letter a couple of One day well get the "go ahead" sign again. War

come in the Elec still find wondering those five where more he's teachers gonna weeks ago! His address Is ; restrictions will be lifted, and there'll be a "step-

tronic Age of Tomorrow. needed to complete the faculty TA.. E. Wall, Hq. Btry. 149 ping up" of motor bus service . in frequency of
F. A. Bn. I
APO 31, SF. Calif.,
Start your dollars before BHS opens next month. just to case you want to write schedules, in comfort and In speed. Until that time
to talking. Betty (Turner) Reddish is . 4 let's cooperate to the fullest . .
a. k. i enjoyln' her stay In Virginia, but ?

Dining OutTonight will return soon to become a dignified LET'S: USE TRANSPORTATION: : WISELY I C e$ .Yte.
al, The More Bonds You I senior . Air Cadet Earl next So .long . See you In the ,, ,. _
. UA
? ,
? Buy Now, The LouderThey'll Johnson has just reported to preflight -Carolyn.

Have dinner here In a pleasant Yell In 194X.ILOCDl I Ala., to school begin at another Maxwell phase Field.of

his AAF training , MALARIAChecked
3' atmosphere where you know TlORlDAMOTORlfNEgIPT
the food 'will, be '
deliciously '. Nea,14'War Have youlxlted the Church In 7 Days With
cooked and attractively served. c"n Service r
., Center recently? . LIQUID for !
\.1.... Under the capable direction of TW V*.* BUS STATION
Conway Agent
t 6GB ,
: .
Mrs. F. Burnett !It continues to UPLE AVE. PHONE 17AGE
be the .
friendly, hospitable place .
Take only as direct .
W -

') thti'rtr_ sxn ar, ..rvrvn.

i1 l. ptl

,v. ..\1:'Gt.'ST 17. IMS BRADFORD COTOfTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE.!: FLonm. _" _ __ ___ IT'S uu1ITLOCAL '
-- --- Atil- !. nvia'September .u
NEWS Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ray of N OT.CN

MciUlcello were called here recently Th<> City Council met Tho"Shealy,,,,...Medford U o., removed removed iv COI''.IT ('01 HT HH .IH--OHI>> 17, 145: In the above
August .
14th. 1016. Trleat James, named Court and cause wherein
by the Illness of Mrs. revlae. at Stark.Florida. to removed IKHV. I, plaintiff veeka. divorce. TlradfnrdCounty '
the Thompson Mra.
Willie removed
Ray's mother Mrs. B. S. Ed- the City of Stark. bnoka of Thompiion. C. C.. removed Inland F. Field" Plaintiff v". Ethel Telegraph shall publlah thru
A Frances Jr., of Mrs. O. LJ. Beasley and Mrs. wards. the following names were Florida atrli-ken and Thornton. Krantla, removed M. Field nefttndiint Cane No 191111. Order In next four. weekly laauea.Wltneaa I
Fred visiting relatIvesk J. W. Kincaid spent Tuesday in from the book foi, the Thornton. ('. A., Jr. removed Oltf>BK: OK Pl'm-lOATUtN my hand aritl official
1Iocrs Jacksonville.Mrs. Wm. M. "Bill" Duncan son of luted. The Council will be. In reason Henalnn hornton I :Mra Lol.V.., removed AN i> NOTICE TO Al'PKrtH. seat at Stark' Florida thin 14th., I
) Mrs. Mabel on the tint day of. August, Townsrnl, Aubrey) removed STATE) OF FLORIDA to lIlre. day of AuKUitt 194&.
Blandlngf R. A. Thomas and grand- Wall was slightly 194.1, at *30 o'clock. )1' :JI.. to hear TowiiMon. MIH, opal removed Ethel :M. Field hose address IH 'I (OFFICIAL 8KAt.) A J. Thomas J
ttlnCf daughter wounded In acticn on Luzon on fomplalntu, It any and to restore Thorn Julius, 1 I., removed, Sid Union lttrr,'t. H,.uttie" WavhlnKton. An Clerk of said. (Court 1 IIT
of GrahamqUietI Marguerite Fowler July 22, and Is now any names that liabeen. vrrunvonaly Thorn, .lofiu T removed Frank Landrum, Htarka, Florida t
f 0l fat Judge have Just returned from recuperating HtrU-ken.. Tervln Kiunklln (J./ removed You are retiutitd to
married by Blloxl in appear" on Atty for Pit. S-17 4t 9-7
a hospital Tervln.
) In the Philippines Alderman, T. .1.. removed tln'"h' W removed J
Miss. where ?
In his office 1 they visited Mrs. Aaln: W. \\"., dnceuxtd !'dell. (III.) i removed
perr AUI 8. tain. They also Margaret Rose and Kaspar. "Ivar.... 1C 1.*.. remod \'.nn 14n.111I1 lum James :M.. k..v.,1"
visited ,
the week-end In Gulf- Allen, IrA, removed ,11.. llr"r" I" removed
"Y Ward spent Ga.rand port Miss., and New Orleans, are spending several days this Allen, ""h,",., remo'd White' Inn, "removed I
'hl' parents In QuLlmun La week with Mrs: M. F. Brown at Allen Mm. Chaa., removed lnwrhhl, K.: J., removed,
Lemuel Colson her Austin U H., removed. Ullklnaon, A J., .ieceasedVsrd Beauty Essentials
r Mrs In Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' sister, Mrs. Kingsley Lake home. Bennett Annie AlHt', removed \ (C. F. deceased. I
Thur day Mrs. E. L. Bryant WevleyV removed Warren, lames I'earcv, removed
They to J. L. Biggs and Biggs went to St.
expect : daughter. Mrs. Malvden, J. $.,.remo\ed Warren Loulxe) removed
i it t lich Grant Nesbit of Jacksonville Augustine Sunday and remained Rurlce. Mildred removed. Williams, Painter removed by Harriet llubbard Ayer I
about Sept. 1sietrunk are until Wednesday. Her llurke. prance, removed Ward., W. J. deceased I
has bought a spending two weeks at the Alvarez mother Haititett, (1u I Ida, removed Walden: : W II. removed
City which he cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned with Haicirvl. Grady H? removed WhlKhum, Mautfe, removed
store !In Lake her for a few days. Protvnlaa Mra, Julia H removed Whlitham, :IIr.. Ruin, removed LUXURIA-cleanser of
Mrs. Sistrunk and Mrs. Grant Nesbit niece of Brady Stacy removed? WalnwrlKht, Mr.. ivllln. removed ;
roeratl1g.! thereon Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Carpenter D. P., WIlNon, K. I., removed
him Mrs. Z. deceased
' will Join Adklns will sing "An Wilson, smooths and beautifies. Use .
'ter Ann Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Ritch last Chambers, u. 8., removed airs Laura removed quality) &;
; they can find housing Evening Prayer" at the Sunday week-end Cooper R M., removed WllllaniH. Mm. Urace H, removed I
; a* service at the Methodist were Mra. L. E. Jordan Cooper, Mra. R. M, removed Walthell, Alpha J., r.muved1'Illle it daily with its sister beauty-aid
]] odaUons Church. and sons .Harold and Ensign Ed- Cook Lucite, removed \ A. J., removed
Mrs. C. M. Fowler were Mrs. Mabel Wall (CroMby Raymond, removed. William. *, Kdwln, removed "
and returned Wed- ward of Ovida.
Thomas this Ensign Edward Creekmore, Mra. Edna "'al..b.'alt..r H.. removed. LUXURIA ACB POWDER 5
A. removed
log MrS.[ B. Mart nesday of last week from two Jordan left Monday for New Creekmnre Josh removed, William, BrneHtlne., removed ,

t sad Their daughter with them to months spent with Mrs. Alene York. He Is a radio operator. Coney 11 removed, removed; 1 \Weinstein\ .lo..I..ln.Ivln Mamie A., ,removed removed. clinging and flattering. l ICU

ts' returned Blansett in Springfield Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett Cook Leonii U.. removed Wynn J. II! removed I
hollle in Winter and with friends in Denver Colo. and son, Kemble have Carter Kffle, remove) Yerkea, .'r..l.( Jr., removedW. , r; II
Shepherd Mrs. returned Carter: W. SI.. remove M. KltWAnnt. I
? james J. E. Mr. and Mrs. AI Bailey spent to their home In Jacksonvilleafter H.llmoArk. T. P.. demeaned Chairman, city Council, LUXlJR\\. -1.00; 2.Z5 0
Powell with her son 1 Duken, Curt))I". removed Attest: CAUl. .10t/SN.) 1 ,
Jacksonville are visitingShepherd's Thursday of last week with Mrs. spending a week at the Dukes. Mra. Madeline, removed It City Clerk LUXURIA FACEPOVCDFR1.00 ,
of andpowell's Bailey's parents Mr. and Mrs. Weeks place on Kingsley Lake France Frank 1:., removed I'
Daughter\ Oscar Crosby. Al Is Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand France Kclythe, removed. IN ruiciir ('0' .1")'. lilt Ii"O111). .
Mrs. C. A. transferring Fairbanks' H. l N., 1'010'1"' I, ."'
sister : removed KLUIIIItll I' ( H.' '' :
, from Kansas to Jacksonville. daughter Jeannette spent Flllyaw, :johnnte,; removed <'/ fls' nx 14It. ::
Monday and Tuesday here with Green A. H., deceased Inman .'. Steele, Plaintiff va. I.ll- C
Clyde Priest Is spending a vacation Mrs. Goodman J. IJ, deceitBert lie C., UefeniUnt.. Cane No. r :
at Jacksonville Beach and McLendon's parents Mr. and Goodman Wm. Karl removed.. SHtH. ,I
ht.ET his old home in Mr*. E. S. Matthews. They were llarrell, :Mrs V. n., removed OKPKU: OF PUHMCATIOM: ./'
Willlston. W. B. '.'
Harrell V. O., removed. A.N'D j NOT1CK TO APPKAIl
HURT Clark of Madison is managing the on their way to their home In Hunter .ICiiftene. removed STATE OF. KUmiltA tot: 1.1111.. i
11 store in his absence. Orlando from a vacation spent on. Hardy Chemise, Jr. removed <**. Hteoittf, whose. reHlilence la. 8137 e>CUxurt ream
the Gulf Holtsendorrt Wlimer, T., removed Reynolds Street' IlriinMwIrk Ua. i
by THIS 2-WAY Mrs. Henry Silcox is near Marlanna. .., 1) C:., removed You are required to appear on
!tll'KEL'S spending Sgt. and Mrs. Julian Peek of Jones, Ada. V., removed. September 17, 1045 In the above Regular $2.25 Jar$1.50"Plus l j
loney-Back this week with friends In Talla Augusta Ga Johns, Kerry removed named Court and online, wherein ,,'
FOOT BALAIMMW hassee. ., spent Wednesday Jones., J. J, deceased. plaintiff seeks. divorce Kradford I I I'
( and Thursday with Sgt. Peek's Johnson D. E., deceased. County Telegraph hall publlih this Tax \ j
aching.burning tired Mrs. D. W. Moore returned mother Mra. J. L. Peek. Kaufman, Harry, removed I Order In next four weekly Inline". I' 1
burnt home Kite, M. A., removed. Witness my hand. and official ,
tender teet-rellevt's Friday from an extended Friends will be interested to Kite Mr. Ellen, removed sal at Starke "Florida this August '
calloUHPH . Only /SOc.B.CKEL'S visit with her son and daughter- learn that Richard Kaufman: Mra. Anna C,, removed 11, 1016.OFFICIAL 'I
MEDICATED I n -1 a w, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Morse eon of I.ord. Eva U., deceased ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas :
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse has Lioftua rote E., removed Aa Court. I BATHING TRUNKS i'
FOOT POWDER cools, Moore of Lake Wales. They an- received his appointment Lauderrren H. M., removed J. S. Harrison'i : a.I LAW Kxchanve. HUlif.
helpsprevent nounce the birth of a James as Lrt>ftiiH' ('. F., removed JackMonvllle, Flu. Atty for Plf.
IOOlhl"l! refreshes son assistant research engineer with Lioioff, Ell S. removed 6.17t 8-7
or relieve athlete's David 0.1 July 30 at the Lake the war labor board on the Uni- Luke, M. W., removed Reduced One-Third"
perspiration Wales Hospital. Langley, Edward'L.., removed NOT IV.)
foot Retards versity campus in Gainesville McMillan William removed Notice JH hereby given to nil
and,! normal foot odors. Mrs. Mabel Wall is spending 10 Mrs. Wm. H. Thompson and Morgan Mra, Vlda V., deceased whom It may concern that on the DURING AUGUST
days with her cousin !Mrs Frank Manning, W. C., removed 14th day of September A. f>. 1616i .
Only boo children left today for a week's' Mann, Arllne, removed will aw guardian of France
OTH for $Postage Paid Oren in Jacksonville and uponher visit with relatives in Montlcello. Morel I.V.., removed Jeannette Taylor veil her undivided 1
Moses, N., removed. one-half Interest In and to the foN
return home will resume her
RDER NOW USE Tins Mrs. E. 'Weaver and granddaughter Morgan, If. P.,' removed lowing duHiTlbed lands., to wit.thalt :
COUPON piano and voice classes. Miss Ernestine White- Morgan Mrs, H. >'" removed \\'".. of Houthwent Quarter of KOCH DRUG STORE
Friends will be sorry to know beck Marlin. Howard removedMayeH 1 Northwest Quarter of Suction '0'1
of Staunton Va., are visitIng Frances, remiivetlMayex . Township 7 South Range 22:
,1..... find. 1 forI and that Mrs. E. E. Burney and son Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump. ., John H., removed said sale to l>.. at private. fo1".t'l
of HnrfcH'n Foot Ballet .... Bobby of Jacksonville) former Mills Milton removed OUA J. TA )
.VrdlratWI Foot Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Miss .
8.17t 9-" Aa
kI' povdk May, T. A.. removedMay (
.... residents of
nnIMd m. p.e Starke were injured Gayle Sewell spent the past weekIn Mm, Nora S, removed
-. ---- there by an automobile on July Miller. J. It.? removed --- -
. Leesburg with Mrs. Sewell's Noexel Roswell 11.. removed __..- -c-a-- __ ___ __ _
16. have both
Ins. IRFO) .--------------- They returned sister Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. Nash Mrs Uertrude, removed
...... home from the hospital and are Mrs. Newman, A. J., removed r
.... State Earl Johnson spent the
0. I Fender, W. D, remnvedPeek
much better.
, MallIBKKEI tee week-end in Montgomery Ala., I J. JL., deceased WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK'
: PHOI>ITTH .. .
4:.1 ".. Jamey. IlldffJarkouarlllv Gainesville were week-end guests 'Air removedPender
:2: Vim. U. S. Force. Mra. Emily removed
of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. G. C. Bates and daughter Parlier, Chaa. M, removed
Prince, Edward removed. IT'S TIME TO RECAPLET
Juanita Bate, Mrs. Sherman Prince Mra. Lillian removed
Bates and daughter Barbara Parka, Bryan removed
Past Mm. Joseph removedPender '
AnD, all of West Palm Beach left I
Charted C. removed
Thursday morning after a visit Farneli, Katie removed US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room '
'' Payne, Tewale removed
NAT'SEZ: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross, It. O. removed .. -- -- __ __ .IY
O. W White; Mrs. G. C. Bates Koliertu, J. P., removed : I ,
Hady. Norman M. removed I I-
IP'EAC'E s 'a'slster Mrs White. Itady. Mra. Coreltia, removed, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING 'I.. t I '
Pfo O. H. Hutto has reported Uubltiky J,. removed '" '"

back to Camp Blandlng after TTandolph steed, Sara, ,Morrla removedKnaler removed ALL'SIZE TIRES AND TUBES _.j.I __ .. . .1 i'k
.1< . "
spending -80-day l -wlbh-hl ., Ulley OvHemoVedHcott
: =
parents Mr.: and MrsU S. Hut- Smith, ,, Laura tula d..dHI..rnb"rIIr.
IT'SWONDERFUL to. He will be transferred to .' !fu'h. removed ,r\ WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
Strode., Josephlnoyremovedstrode. I
'4 W In Missouri. .. Pauline. H., removed r.,............. f
:Mrs. Nelma. Keen and daughter $Hlmmonfl Arthur remove -- - 1 .a.,
Miss Patsy Keen have returned Smith, J. C:., removedStarling '
Roy removedHtump
from_a tee-day stay with friendsat Howard H., removed

Homasassa Springs., They were 8api Hap I Fred Mrs removed Liila. ., Mae removed au ui
accompanied home by Miss Mar- Stratoa. Ham K., removed. STARKE TIRE SERVICEADJOINING

Ian Love who will be the guestof BtrntoH, Mro., HAm K., removedHpunn
Oh' ) A., removed
Miss Keen. Hlonlker, Mrs Edna removed, wrV
Mrs. Lois Denmark and children tilonlker, A. K, removed i
Stevens, A. n.) removed
of Jacksonville are guests of !Smith, 1C., removed TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave.
Mrs. Denmark's mother Mrs. J. Smith J. I'., removed
!Sherwood, Jantvx, removed, .

4Ii S. Norman. Shirley. Alma, removed COME IN AND SEE OUR' AEROPLANE. TIRES :,


4pOdl cc $fio aWe
war } 6e
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citizens <3f Bradford County and ,

$ Starke have not given much thoughtfor eyp"" y M I H

the past few years to the importance t BABY CARRIAGES I

of patronizing home industriesand '

keeping our money at home.

As a post-war plan, this is a work- i All Metal 'With Storm Curtains tReduceJ' -: : !<:

and be executed by "b
able one can every "
From mf' /' _
citizen of our community. _


Through necessity, people have be- $32.50 to $28.50 t

come laundry conscious and can ap- j

ii preciate the advantage of having this .

service at their command. The .advantages ', I

are many. Chiefly (among _

these is the sanitary angle. The government I

1 has listed the laundry indus- RANGES l "

try as essential to public health.

1 / '

My faith in the post-war need for 1 wtcs ';
r laundry service has caused .me to

equip a plant that can take care of the _

needs of the population of Bradford $140.00 '

'. County and Starke.In r



HEART AND FIGURE work sheet, make item number one DRAWERS' TO MATCH PRICED TO SELL h

"Spend Your Money at _
this slogan, - ,
bee breJJeJ Home !

My Dry-Cleaning facilities are mod- CHAIRS % PLATFORM ROCKERS REDUCED .

Sizes 9 to 15 ern and the operators are as efficientas 1

10.95Sternberg's' can be had during these times. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT 1

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P'LOR111Ai Al'GC8

i; . . . . . . enjoyed. About 21 persons were

present on this occasion. ,
Brooker Emory Guy of Philadelphia
Pa., and Mrs Wallace Joplin of : ,.or
By Joyce Atkinson Lake City have been guests this I ". ,
Y . . . . . week of their mother, Mrs. J. T. ,_I"1'
r "V
. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hazen announce Guy.W.. H. Maxwell] spent the week- ''j*I-
i' the birth of a son, August
end at Jacksonville Beach.
a U i; 7. In the Alachua County Hospital. Mrs. J. P. Jones and children,

4' The baby has been named Mrs. G. W. Ranme, Sr., and .
Den Carlton. Starr, have ft
daughter, Mrs. Hazel f
Mrs. L. Jones and daughter, .
after '1' .
returned to their home : '
and Misses DorIs )
Mrs. Mary Maya
visiting in Hellbrono. Springs /
Browning, Madeline and Ruth Palatka. .F ,- b bJ
Lyes, all of Rockmount, Ga. returned Mrs. Ida Maxwell left Tues \ .. "-

i Tiome Tuesday after a day to visit relatives in Quincy .
few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. ." / '
and family. . ,,' . j,
Royace Galney . . . I "i''
Mias Annie Lee Rogers has returned ,. ' ., ,:I>;! \
J .
. .- ,
,'''. .
"i' '
weeks' '
home after a few HillBy .
Clay :h"" 1 ,, J ,. .
visit with friends and relatives In ? ,,". ,;,. .. ., J ,I.'. .
I Beaufort S. C. ,Lisra Itargetm> ',,\ ,; i r ,- 4O "'... ref't: , I I
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and . :;I, lj. /. I ,. ''(' ::1,. :" .
. . . . . '' I .. /" "
.'.,' ,
daughter of Starke were weekend r"1 \ '
guests of Mr. and Mra. Ernest I am a civilian againteachingat ,}!;, '. .\ :;&! ;*i I ,. ,
'. '. '
Hill School :- "
beloved .
my Clay \ .
Russ and family. .:.' "
.. T ; "
7 I have two wonderful young .1t"I'. ,' '
I .
Miss Jean Matthews of '" ii '
Betty .
p I., ,
teachers to help me. Mrs. Colea j'r fJ' ,
Jacksonville la visiting her "
Grlffis bas taught two winters .
grandmother, Mrs. Alice Thomas, .p'
before MIa Essie Mae Eunice
for a few days . .
h la an excellent assistant. I am .
Mrs C. Li. Atkinson and daughters principal and we are having one '. /,.(.

Jean and Ilean, Mr. and Mrs. of the best schools In the State.I -.!.: y.
Ernest Russ and children were shall, make it so. You can betI f I ,
+ t visiting friends in Sanderson last am the happiest teacher in all
I t ,
s t' q Sunday. the USA. I was a happy WAC,
II H. H. Henderson of Gainesville but now that I am at my old .

i i was visiting friends Sunday. boarding( place, back at my old i .'_
J ;(''i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harrell school, I just go about think-
i of Alachua and Mir. and Mrs. ing, "I thank Thee; God. I thank
f1' +' h, Haines Bryan of Jacksonville were Thee." I am so happy. I cross
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barry the same timber bridge I love;

i Sunday. the great oak tree with many Ini-
Mr. and Mrs Lee Green and tials carved on it. I love to walk
0 P Yq ;y s children and Miss Lucille Thomas the sandy road. Yes, Florida Is
i were visiting friends and relatives my home. I love Itt I
a in Tallahassee last weekend. Mrs. Strickland has been very
Billy Crosby has returned to 111 and' everyone has been callingon .
j P 1'j" his home Greensboro: after a her to show how much they
visit here with friends.
1f1 U Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and care.Frank
p Carter, a TIn the Infantry THANK
,, W ,( as daughter Minnie Lou of Starke is home for a 30-day fur-
,, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lough.
($ i #
Hazen and family Sunday.
1 'it the
'r 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and Mrs. Daisy Lang spent
week with her son-in-law and
daughter Edna Mae made a business -
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Winton
J Gainesville Thursday.Hampton .
', fl trip to
l Parrlsh, at Chlefland.

r t+ Al . e . . .. . Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson and
daughter, Mrs. Nolan, spent Fri-
day la Jacksonville with rela

e i ; By Mrs. M. O. Sweeney i I spent the week with the I. .
.1 Arthur Wilkinson family since
55.55S Daisy was visiting. It was great
( fun. Our cafeteria will open .
:: AYt a Monday. I hope soon to see Dr.
;P picnic at Hampton Lake on Sat- Abrams, Mrs. Canova, our nurse,
d a j urday. Bathing and boating were and Mrs. Starbird. I have been

wishing for a visit from Mr.
5w, Bowles. In the meantime I'll be

w working hard, hoping, laughingand
s I praying. I'm gloriously

happy. Greetings I God bless you.Woodlawn.

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f i ,pi Mt +9 1 By Elma Crews PEA .E

. . . . . . .

., Rev. and Mrs. Keen and Mrs.

''i Scott of Jacksonville were church
attendants here Sunday and Rev.

Keen delivered the message. Rev. 1
Keen and Mr. Scott visited Mr.

'ii and Mrs. C. R. Crews In. Lawtey
Sunday afternoon.

4jj WE FITFire I 1 Jacksonville attended and Sunday children services of- \

Mrs. Alma Dynl and children "

.- Insurance to your of Hampton attended church .,
Sunday night. " -

personal needs. Call Elma Crews of Lawtey spent: .1'iI .' '
with .. . ,.. I.. .
Saturday night Junior Pageof .ff ,,. .., : '.
1" '
Woodlawn. "
f d' Charley E. Johns Rev. Sweat of Jacksonville Is I -:'? !'\\1 .. j":,
n A .., .'') ." p *" :\ '.:' ' ., .....,.,.. .
U, to preach for Sunday services .,' 'f. j. . n -l.', ' '' '!/' .Oot'.
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AgencyPhone ,.f ,: ; r. .
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A i Aug. 19. Everyone is Invited to d'r .,".'":'';,' .. / iJ't''J'"" :. -., ,'.,'. ':j.'i;. : ,M1'n :.. .".',..:f.j.'I/;!('. .1r I ';,...
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; : v ' .p
hear him. /
School Is at : .
Sunday '
,IS STARKE, FLA. /, :( : .t , .. :, :-
10:30: with morning services at 'r. -" : ;
; '
1130.: Young People's meeting .-:.
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.l'I begins at 7:30: with evening services \ \ \ ': ,"I ;', .'

jp'riy" -" .... at 830.: Mid-week prayer ; .,'\, ;
RtpitMntlna THE TRAVELERS.Hartford service Is held on Wednesday

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State . . . ley and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gel- S S S S 5 e S Se .
. ('01 rmcriT NTY, PL.OII1IIVI roniT, nil \ )poitn. vs. Joseph If Heller Jr., Defen named Court and cause wherein stint of maiden .
IV : name. Bradford
lllNKHY. dant.
ger.Sunday I'usa No. .
3: 19.ORDER plaintiff seeks divorce
( Bradford
Farm supper guests of Mrs. New RiverBy OP Pl'VtLICATIOtf County Telegraph County Telegraph shall publish.
3. R. Jones and Antoinette Altamore Plaintiff vs. AND NOTICE shall publish I this Order In next four weekly
Mr. TO APPEAR this order In
I and Mrs. Edward Altamore, l>of<'ndant. Case M.-XI four weakly 'Issues.Witness. .
FLORIDA to: 1st. Lt. issues.SVluness.
vi1tIIeIdI I
R. S. Rosier No. 3943.
ryfl were Sgt. and Mrs. The School Joseph H. my hand and
Mu. Heller Jr.. whose resi. my hand and official official I
S S . Dan Mahalke of Starke. S S S C S S C S S S S SC NOTICE OF prRl.Il'ATION'ANn device and address Is 01321923. 14th seal at Btarke, Florida this July seal at Stark., Florida this July
TO APPKAK' 25, l 45.OFFICIAL. .j
Co., S. T.
A 1'. O. 853 fo Post- 14. 11141.
June and Peggy Cald- STATE OF FLORIDA.>. Bdward: ma..ter. Miami Florida. oVplCIAt. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
OVR IERandlrs well spent last week-end Bro. D. A. Greek of Jacksonville Altnmore, whose add t MS Is-ltoute You ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. As Clerk of said Court.
: with Mr. 4. Hex 22S Hunting ii n, LOnE Is are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court. Walter C. Hardeetv. Daytona Beach

R. S. Rosier an- and Mrs. Dan preached a nice land August. 27th. 1945 In the above T. Frank I
Mahalke of Starke. sermon at New York. Ijindruin Stnrke, Florida, Fla.. Atty. for PIt. 7-27 4t S-li
of their the I named Court and cause wherein Atty. for Plf. 7-17 4t 8-17
Misses June Church are
marriage and required in
Peggy Caldwell Sunday I appear on plaintiff seeks divorce and
the restor '
to S-Sgt. O. B. last morning. There September. 3, 1945. In the above atlon of maiden IV nun'IT coi ;; .
week-end was name Bradford ItlIAlIFOItI)
spent a
with good attendance
1sr1Ce Mr.
] and named Court and IN ,
.er Satevening. fiuise wherein County Telegraph shall publish CIUCt'IT ('olu'r. 1111UI"...... ('(II VTV, FLO..IU11.; .IV. I
ii at seven Mrs. H. M. Rlchardo and Jane and everyone enjoyed of plaintiff seeks dlvorop mid custody. this Order in next four weekly rotVTV''' Fi.oimiti IN "'II."N. tEll: V. .

August 11 In and Henry at Jacksonville Beach. the sermon. He plans to preach minor children. lltmlford County Issues.Witness. fKHV. R. I D. McSweenv Plaintiff vs. Ala
Telegraph shall Irvin\
publish Kruk Plaintiff Lotilne
I this vs. M. ,
Rev H. M. TillKero Capt. and Mrs. Martin Griner again next Second Sunday. Bro. Order In next four Weekly Issues. seal at my hand and official Kruk Defendant. Cane. No. 301$. 4t.1.t1w"y. Defendant.. Case No.

eof the Bap- and their baby son and Mrs. D. A. Greek were the Witness my hand and official 34. 1K46. Starke, Florida, this July tuitllut 0..' PITPI.1CATION! :; OUDHR OP FirBLICATION j'
Martin 3rd seal
fimtal9of that city per- have been with Mr. and Mrs. M., dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. lit 2, 1945.OFFICIAL"'stsrke. Florida this AuIru..t Aa OFFICIAL Clerk of SKXL said. Court.) A. J. Thomas, STATE AND NOT1CK OF KI.OIUDA TO Al'PKAH to: Mrs 9TATM AND! NOTICE OP Fl4 )RIDA Ti) APPEAR toi: 'Ada w.1II'Swe.ny. I

the Impressive doubleeremony Mrs. E. Griner for the past week. Capt. S. U Crews and family.Mr. As( Clerk of SHAD said Court A. J. Thomas. T. Frank Landrail, Starke, Florida NlKhtllnger Louise Kruk, 1S30 whose W. residence Taylor Street Is <% known.. whoso address Is un .I :

r in his home. Griner!: had a leave of seven days and Mrs. Wllbert Mann William D. ALly. for Plf. 7-27 4t 8-17 Chicago, Illinois.You I :
sister'sS Morgan 6th Floer Clark are required to appear on \
Jones was her during his transfer from Savannah and small daughter of Ocala were Building: Jacksonville. Florida lv CIHCI IT foritr". .nl.\UFoUn are required to appear on "September' S, 1945 III the above I
S and Sgt. James AU)". for Plf. 8-3 4t 8J4CIIUTIT ( 01 "STY Auirust S7th., 1945 In tha above named Court aivt cause, wherein
visiting Mr. KI.OIIID
of honor Ga. to Dallas Texas. and Mrs. II. L. Johns CKllV. t| IV l'IIA>- named Court and cause wherein. !plaintiff seeks, divorce. Bradford

Imp of Magnolia. Arkansas Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr. Sunday.' I plaintiff seeks. dlvor,'''. llruclforil. County Telegraph shall I
Mrs. !publish
1V: Mary Billings Ore.,,, (
The bride wore COI'HT. lllttltFOItlt Plain bounty Telewraph shall publish I this order In next four
It mAIl. Dennis Fancher and Mrs. Marge i Mr. and Mrs. D. J Nettles of (0' %'rj. F-LOHIIIll IN IH\:>- tiff vs. Raymond Oreene, Defen this Order la next four weakly *. weekly Issue
with black accesaoL I.l.H'-. dant. Case :No.; 3924. issues.
Bozarth In Witness
dress were Jacksonville for Midway were visiting their my hand and official.
Jones was In green son Ray C. Smith Plaintiff vs. Jose ORDER OF IMPLICATION AVltnesH my hand and official' seal at Starke! Florida, this August J
Mrs. several days the early part of and daughter-in-law Mr. and phine :$,Smith b.fendant. Case No. AND .VOTICH; TO APPEAR seal. I at Stark., Florida, this July 9. 1945.

lack accessories. this week. Mrs. Carl Nettles and family Sat. 3929. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Ray S4. 1945.UPFICIAL. OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
is the son of ORDER OP PtTIJUCATIOM mond Oreeiu hose residence Is ( / SKAI) A. J. Thomas As Clerk of said Court.V .
Thompson Mrs. I... F. Chapman Is III Mont- urday. AND NOTICR TO APPKAIl! Mr. Raymond" % Mrs. Ru- As Clerk of said Court \ .('. Stinger. Attorney at Law.

tid Mrs O. B.Arkansas Thompson and eagle, Tenn. Mrs. R. s. chap Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johns of 8TATH Smith OP, whose FLORIDA ranldence to: Josephlne and. bin You Jones are, Wartburg required ,to Tennessee appear on T.Atty.Frank for 1.11 Plf.nd rll III. Stark, 7-17, Florida 4t 8-17 8-3 Macclunny 41 8.2LIN Florida Att). .'for Pit.

( Columbus man of Orlando Joined Mrs. Chap Jacksonville were visiting! Mrs. address. In: Mrs. Joni'phlne Smith, August 27th.. 11145 In the above .
left Mont 41* H }i. Eaaton named Court ---- : :
MtS Thompson man Sr., In Jacksonville and will Stanley Hodges and Mrs. Belle Tulsa Okiuthona. plaintiff seeks and divorce cause wherein i:> ('"'('''1''' co ItT HHU KOHI rmrriT coi NT. iiiiAnroimIII I
with ,
J, i two weeks' stay be with her during her stay In Johns Sunday.Mr. You are required to appear on minor maiden child and restoration custody of of (ilit"DI: 'Nil Y.' '. FI.otHUI" ('Ii.N- "t'' : %.T1, FI.OHIItll IV ClltVKIIV. : : .1

rents Tennessee. and Mrs. P. :I! lh..rU4.5.. , In the above ...._1_, .. Bradford. .. County Helen 1' Ituntlnirton. >' .,_ James leruM McCobb Plaintiff vs. q'
Reddish -- '
.. ..__.. .. .h and ,111111.11 uouic ana i.iuiiv, wherein In<.I'next I>II four nnuii puuiiKii this Order itoiivrt HuntliiKton, Defendant.: Margaret DeLargy" McCobb, I>.- I
and Mrs. R P. Stubblnsiwghter :sunaay: visitors of Mr. and Mrs.E. lamuy 01 Hetlbronn Springs were plaintiff 'seeks dlvoioe. Bradford weekly Issues, I Case No. 3921.OItl"lOlt (un
Rivers and I G. Land visiting Mr. County 1'.I"lCraphhull publish Witness my hand and official ; OP ITHLICATTOM .
Mary were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews this order In next four weekly seal at Starke. .'lol'ldlthl... July OP PITBLI'AT10N AND NOTICM I ] TO API-EAR! '.
Pulley of Marvin Jackson and Issues. 26th 1945.OFFiCIAl.. Al'l'HAR:
Charles and
guest son 'aud Mr. family Sunday.Mrs. MTATIO OP FLORIDA to Mr STATK OP FLORIDA toi: Mrs.
went to Jacksonville and :Mrs.: Arthur Jackson. Witness. my hand and official ( SEAM A. J. Thomas Robert huntington whose Resi Margaret De.argy Mn'obh, whosanililresn
Upon Johns
Emory and seal at
Bsee Carl tark" .
Florida this July As Clerk of saIl Court. dence Address Is. Is-Itta St Marks Ave.,
Thursday to visit Mrs. their return to their home In Nettles made a business 7th, 1945. Robert II. Duncan %: Oonrxa llrooklyn N. Y.
trip to 817 Lynch Ingtnn. (Brother), 383: Hamilton I .
Stubbins re- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Ito i lid i ug. Jacksonville. You are required to appear on '
The Mayo Avenue
were Florida.
they Jacksonville Brooklyn New York Mr.
[ Smith. by Saturday.Pete As Clerk of ;
said Court. August 31
Atty. fur rif. 7-17 4t Robert 1945 In the above named .
8-17 Huntingdon, whose Post Office
\ Sunday while Charged Mrs. W. A. Jackson who T. Frank I..ndrum. Cuiirt and
home had Sapp is on an F.F.A. Starke! Florida. Adilress. Is '!3 Minnie! lluntlng- cause wherein plaintiff .
wIth Mrs. Smith for been, with Mr. and Mrs. Land for camping at Rowell Atty. for Plf. 8- 4t 8-Z4: !2M>TICH OK Arl'I.'"' \TIOV ton Mother). A.195 Parson Blvd. Telegraph peeks. divorce shall llrndfnrd County
trip Lake this publlnh this Order
Kim JAmali-a, L. I. New York" and
3t of the week. Mr. and some time and by Miss Myra week. iv riitrciT rnt'trr. 1111 \DFOIIi lieu TIIKKI> Robert Huntlngton whose; BiiMlnessAddress Mr. In next four weekly Issues.
Jj also were guests Land 'who will visit ('01'\1'1''', FLOIUII i.v: CIIA\- NOTIcE) e 11":1: Is H. Witness. my hll,lid and officialseal
B. Kite her grand- via'\. IS IIICHHUY (C1IVE.V % H. W. H.: Parish' I
In Smith Saturday night mother arid her uncles and their Carl Nettles and Beland Johns Stanley S. Schachter, Plaintiff vs. the that lluuy A. Hayes. the holder of Standard Oil Ct.>. of N, .1., %; Postmaster Suet. nt I' U45.Htsrke, Florida, this Au- ,, S St ,
made a business trip to the State Margaret following certificates, hits flleii New York N. Y. > ,
Ley dinner guests of families for ,two Oswald (Schachter De- said U)1"Ft'TAL. 81 1"1 ) A. J. Thomoa i
were weeks. Farm Suiay.We fendnnt. Case No. 39,15.: be certificates for a tax deed. to You are required to appear on As Clnrk of said. Court.Walter ,
[!id\ Mrs. J. C. Wallace In Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williamsand ORDER OP PITHMOATION* numbers iMstKvl thereon. The certificate August. Slth., 1945 In the above C, Iiar.testy Daytona )
are all very glad to see AND NOTICIO TO APPKAR and years of Issuance, the named Court and, cause wherein B..ach, VIA. Atty for Plf. ,
anvUle Sunday. daughter description of the and plaintiff seeks divorce and restor-
Betty went toDonaldsville. Doris STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret the properly I-S 4t 824.
Crosby Bailey again after names In which It was .
SC 3-c Jimmie Oswald Hchachter
.mpanying Georgia Thursday to Apt. are as follows: -- .
an absence of six months spentin A Tuneals Drive Liberty Homes .

[ey u far as Jacksonville on visit Mr. Williams' parents and Oregon Washington and Kan Extension.You North Charleston S. C. suance Certificate 1943.Ve"crlptlon). No. IK. Tear of Is .
other relatives. are required to appear on
turn to his post In WashD. September 3rd 1.45. In the above of Property
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Toung had sas.Junior named Court and cause, wherein Lot 38 Indian Hoai-h. Beo. 3D t
Mrs. J.
M. Johns has
Friday been trans.
C. 86
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Twp. 8 M. U. 28 E.
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Y and! daughter. aryn. ferred from Camp Bowie Texasto County Telegraph shall publish Name In which assessed. : O. J.

.lr guest Mrs. J. B. Tread- Jodie Ira Young Ohern of of Lake Ashburn Butler Ga.and Fort Bragg, N. C.. Kathleenhis sues.this Order In next- four weekly Is. Dry..nt.All of. said property being In the qy

,f staUiam, Ga.. were vlslt ( wife) was with him but not Witness my hand and official County of liradford. State of Flor-

f Kr. and Mrs. Reese Brad- After having been the guestof being able to find any place to seal at Starke: Florida, this August Ida.Unless such certificate
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. pugram Int., 1945.IOFF'ICIAL or certi
stay. she had to come home. ( SKATA.. J. Thomas ficates shall l be redeemed according
since Thursday Mrs. Joe Baxter Junior As Clerk of said Court. to law the property described In
was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
returned to Jacksonville Sunday T. Frank Landrum. Starke: Florida. such certificate or certificates will '
]M. L. Johns and family Wednesday Atty. for Pit. 8-3 4t 824rinrrrr he sold to the highest bidder at iime
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the court house door on the first
UT afternoon before c
Charles Snyder of that city. Mrs. III! roriir, nittiiroiiii Monday In month of September. ,
North Carolina Wednesday night. roiTY.. FI.OIIIII vi iv tiiA.KHY. :\- 1948 which Is the 3rd. day of H.'p- _
Snyder is the sister of Mr. temlier 1945
< : .
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
Green of
ram and she and Mr. Snyder Carrie. C. Pippin Plaintiff vs. Olrd 1945.Kilted this 24th., day of July /edc )
/ Lake Butler spent Saturday aft L. Pippin. Defendant. Case No.
were here for the day. 3931. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thotn
ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
/'cEp1HEM Clerk of Circuit Court of
Miss Mary Ellen Wasdln of ORDER OP pl'nr.IC'ATION'AN' Brndfn
Snowden and Mrs. Ethel Johnson. ') NOTJCB TO Al'PKAR County Florida. 7.27 4t 8iv .

Graham was the overnight guest Pledger Johns, Troy Dukes and STATE OP FIX}III DA to: S-Hgt: -'
of Mls.3 Luella Davis Saturday.Mrs. I OIl',' L. pippin 631)01185) Ilq. Co., riuriir ( 0' icr. 1111 tnroiiucHv WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 6th
tart Your A. A. Crews and daughters O. B. Moody attended the tobacco 12th Hn., 2Uill in?. Itegt., APO 3BO (('010'1", ; "'I.OII'U\I i i.ivv.Helen .

sale at Lake City Monday.Mr. % Postmaster New York New ) _
War Josephine of Clew- York. l-iirbara May Plaintiff vs.'IlIian ,.
fast Planning and Jean .
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp spent \ \% Everett May Defendant,. .
Iston weN Sunday visitors of Mr. 10roor".2 : \'i9r.Pi'.r: : Case No. 39BOOHDKIl .

y Placing Your Saturday afternoon In. Starke with 31 *t. op PPrtUCATION _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I _________
and Mrs. Dave Thornton.Mr. above named ...
Court and .u..e.wh..r..ln -- . I1- --rs_ --I-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward. plaintiff seeks divorce ANI> NOTICM] TO] API'UAIl -- -- -- -- ____
rder Now For and Mrs. M. R. Holmes STATK (Ii"
Jessie Melvin Cason of Lake Bradford County Telegraph. shall KUOItlDA to: Wll.
the week-end with Mr. publish this Order Ham Kverett May whose. residence IN TilE SOUTHEAST
spent past In next four
'these Butler spent the week-end with I In %! I lr. H. Ritfflneers
Office _
Appliances weekly I issue o. ___
and Mrs. Robert Dukes in Jack Box 2240 More drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than other. '
Seeber Doyle And rows. Witness my, hand and official Harbor Honolulu T. H. ((1'earl people any _ _

BEND I X sonville.Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mrs. S. G. Stephe n son and seal 30th ,at 1JI45.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida' this July ,! You )are required to appear on It must be...

daughter Ethel, of Tampa. Mr. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas September 10 1949 In the above .
AUTOMATIC:\ Linzy during the past week wereJ. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and AH Clerk of said Court. named Court and, cause wherein
son Kack. H. Douglas, (Ualnesvllle Fla. plaintiff .seeks divorce and ""a.
F. Rose of Lake and Mrs.S. .
HOME LAUNDRY City Samuel of Vanderbilt a'd' Mr. Atty. for Plf. | 8-3 4t 8-24 tody of minor ,'hl..... Bradford
Rose and Mrs.! Catherine l'onnty
C. Telegraph
shall ,publish
and Mrs. : L.
M. and family
i this' Order In next .
of-Tallahaasee. '-l'r' .weehllP' 'Is.eueM'
HOT'P'OINTREFRIGERATORS and Mrs. C. Fr Cowan: "we re visit. iv: ('ulC'.r cor1TT l"t'"Fonn -" 4- -

T. P. Thomas of Wilson W. C., rill "'I''. FI.UIUUAl IV CIIA.V. \V'Jtn', .
ss hand
M. J. mj and
Ing .. Johns Jr., In Hope t'..:atY. official I _
I semi! at Ktarkn
RANGES was the Saturday night dinner Haven Hospital Jacksonville, Anna.lIlnn/ Julian, Plaintiff vs. MIiMt, 4th.. 1916.lOI'I'ICI.4 .. Florida this Au-

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Con- I Sunday afternoon.Mrs. John Julian Defendant. Case No. HI .\I.) A. J. Thomas
WATER HEATERS 3916.ORDER As Clerk of said Court.
ners.Mr. Mary Cason and Mrs. OP 1'irnLICTION J. S. Harrison. |.."v lUchnntrn
and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand I AND NOTICE] TO AIT1JAK Jncksonvllln Kin, .
These Become Availablee Rhoda Dowlliig: recently celebrated STATE OF FLORIDA to: John a-10 4t 3-31 Atty. for I'lf. \ i4

I Will Fill Orders In sons Charles and Dewey their birthday with a large I Julian whose residence Is unknown _
visited friends and relatives In I .
dinner at the home of
birthday TO WHOM IT MtV ('
Order of Application You are requlrm to appear on \tKU\t:
Orlando and Archer from Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby August 24th., 19<6 In the above 'I'KINU''ICI'J'] THAT/ A 1940

until Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and named Court and cause wherein Tudor "Kurd Dnnlne: No. H-S7575illi, SJlfAKO&KfJ*
plaintiff .seeks divorce and restoration with nn apiirnlHHd value of less.
FULL LINE Miss Jacqueline Woodward returned daughter Beverly Jo and Mrs. of maiden name. Bradford. than $1,000. was svlsnd In llrndfnrct

to Tampa Monday after and County Telegraph shall publish County Klorldu, July 20, 1945 for
Doris Floyd Crosby
\ IRIXG SUPPLIES Bailey this Order III nuxt four weekly .belnir used In vloliillnn of Chap
her vacation with her Allce 0. CI.lae.Ci.s.e.o.. W.frlb. (5.js?
spending made a business trip to Jackson- Issues. ter :ll6811.: Laws of Klorlda Acts of

parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ville afternoon.Mrs. Witness my hand and official 11145. and that It Is Urn Intention ,. .
Saturday seal. at Itarko'Iorld.: ..., this July of JameM T. Vocell, Director of _
Electric Woodward.S Dempsey Sapp has recently 34, KM5.OFFICIAL. the State Beverage Department of Dcnffl iKDcaDroouoajDCQracinciratMicuaiajuMcnniotzHMiaiDiiNOW ( !) !
Motors 1-c Elton Ormond arrived returned from New Orleans ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Klorlda. to poMHeMS, for use of tho .
As Clerk of said Court.. S Department the above described .
of last week from Hawaii SERVING TIlE STARKE AREA
Tuesday La after enjoying a visit Walter C. Hardestv Daytona Beach property at 10:00: A. M, September '_ _

Fluorescent to spend' an emergency leaveof with her husband. Dempsey has FI...., Atty. for Plf. 7-27 4t 8-17 8, 1U4S. .. ___

FIXTURES .t STRIPS thirty days' duration with his returned to sea duty.l Mrs. Sapp 1V: rmrriT ;Ill ItT. nnti>Foiti) or All Interest persons In or clalmlnir to said any property right I rI r

mother. Mrs. J. E. Ormond. has been spending a few days ('DI'\'l'y, FI.OItlUAl I.V CIIA.- or any part thereof are hereby required -

Decca Records hO __n__,__ ___._._ __ ..__ with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. orIsCribb('JoIIY. Owens Plaintiff vs. claim within to appear and to make such We cordially invite the public to J ,
I'" "';AIL-UwL. LIIIt I. .1I"u.r''''' thirty (30) days from _ _
COU TFLO.UD4, I'M:' cilaNCERY. Van Owens, Defendant. Case No. the data of tha first publication drop by and inspect our fine new ;

iv: riuct'iT "'OI..T. ...n"OFOIlOCO'J 2916.ORDER as provided by Section 7, Chapter dairy on Road 48 east of Starke. _______
Exhaust FansFlashlights Calvin F. Schwarts plaintiff vs. T\, FLOIIIUll I.V Doris E.! Schwarts. Defendant. Case tEll V. AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR 1945 to the State Ueveraira Department A fine herd of dairy cows and the c : ,

No. 39!!). Edna Galley Santlnl Plaintiff vs.Ougllelmo STATE OF FIXJRIDA to: Van Tallahassee, Florida or most modern of "
ORDER OP PUBLICATION1 Hantlnl. Defendant. Case Owens, whose address, Is 0/ Mrs. all such rights and Interest In and sanitary equip- '

AXD AND NOTICR TO APPEAIt No. 3U7. Eva! Tanner, RFD No. S, Iteming- to said property shall cease. and ment Insure our customers a ( .
BVTTEKIES STATE OF FLORIDA t!): Mrs. ORDER OF" PUBLICATION war, South:! Carolina. terminate.
Doris E. Schwartz whose residence AND NOTICE TO API'BAH Ydu are required to appear on JAMES! T. VOCBI'MIJ.' quality product. i
Hot and HddronB Is: Mrs. Dorm K.Schwarti STATE OP FLOKIDA to: Pfc. August 27th.. 1915 In the above Director Stats:! Ileverava Department .
Shot 90 Adams Street Tana- Ouffllclmo Santlnl whono residenceand named. Court and cause wherein of Florida. 8-10 (t 9-7 if :
BlTTEKIES wanda. New York. address In: Pfc. Clusllelmo Han. plaintiff seeks divorce and Brnrlfnrd restoration FLACK YOUR OKDEIt NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY !t

You are required to appear on tlnl A.S.N. 3666091(1( Co. "K" 101stInf. of maiden name. JMOTICK 1)1" Kf.KCTIO'V: _ _
In the above' % Postmaster New York.N. County Telegraph shall pub llsh /
September 3. 1945. T
Charles A. Darby. Mayor of
this Order In next tour weekly
Delta named Court and cause wherein Y. Starke. Florida by virtue of the '
Lanterns .
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford You are required to appear 01 Issues. official authority vested. In me by law do STARKE MODEL DAIRY ji
hand and
In the abov witness my
shall. publish this September 10, 1945.
County Telegraph hereby rail an election to ha held
this July
Duo Therm Order In next tour hand weekly and official Issues. named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradfop whrrel 24.seal Starke: Florida at the City Mull In the aforesaid W. II. NEWSOM I. Owner i
Witness town by the
my qualified voters on
SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
pal Florida. this JulyOKFl'ciAt. County Telegraph shall publlsj (OFFICIAL Route 2 Phone
HEATERS at titarke As Clerk of said Court.T. Tuesday Heptember II.I 1945 for
Order In next four weekly IssueM.
this the purpose. of etectlnir the following .
. Frank Landrum Starke, Florid Box,; 299 83 '
SEAL A. J. Thomas. '
( ) hand. and officials Atty. for Plf. 7-27 4t 8-17 officers: _ _
Bed Lamps As Clerk of said Court.T. Witness my One Mayor
Frank I.andrum Stark. Florid al at Starke. Florida this Au iv: CIRClET roi HT. nlt"UFOJlU Two Aldermen nfBCJCTWBcinicnniCTOrocroiiwiiMiaicDcaOId ) 1
Atty. for Pit. 8-3 4t B-24 8th 1943.Ol'FICIAI. One Clerk. 'Treasurer Tax
('0'1'; FI.IIIUU"1 CIIA.V- ./
Desk ( .. SKAT.) A. J. ThomasAs Assessor. and Tax Collector

Lamps Frank Clerk r-andrum of said. Court.T. Starke.. Florida Walewlcs CKRY.Oeorge .Tuska Tuska Plaintiff Defendant.. v... Olga Case Inspectors One said, election: R. C. ] Sarge's Place I .1.1STARKE'S

4 ACTION RELIEF Atty. for }'If. S.10 41 8-31 No. 3920. lluford 1C F. Domorest H. A.
ORDER OP PUBLICATION Newsom J. n Wainwright and
Radio .** f i.v: CIRClET rontT.COI"VTV n""OFOIIO AND NOTICE TO APPEAR T. H. 'Williams.In .,# ___
Service FlOHIOAl I:* CHAN-! STATE OP FLORIDA tot Mrs. testimony whereof I hereunto ORIGINAL'
TOR ACID INDIGESTION! (5KY.Myrtle Olga Walewlcs Tuska. 41S East subscribe my name and cause the
Plaintiff seal of the sail town to be hereunto
Klma LWH.! vs. 9th Street % Mrs Tussle. Walewlca
Willie' Lewis. Defendant. Case No. (Mother), NeW York N. Y. affixed this the 8th day of
3054. ,_ You are required to appear on Aiitfiist. A. D: IMS ARMYSTORE
I ORDER OP PUBLICATION August zlth. 1311 In the above (OJo'r;/ .
) AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt named Court and cause wherein Mayor. _
STATE OF FUMUDA to: Willie plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford ." :
TINKLER Lewis whose residence and addressIs County Telegraph shall publish (.'.\nl. JOHNS. City Clerk.

\ Marlon South Carolina. this l Order In :next four weeklyissues. g-10 5t -7iv.rmrriT .
: You are required to appear on -
I September 10, 1945, In the above Witness my hand and official rot HT. ni Af)ronn _

'named Court and cause wherein seal. at Starke, Florida this July Ot'STY. FI.OHIIHI 11 t JEAN- I
Electric __ seeks divorce. Bradford ( EEC: r.
plaintiff IQf5.OFFClAf..
Service 5 cCarpenter's 25. Authorized
County Telegraph shall publishthis ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas M.ryY'nndworlh., Plaintiff vs..lames
Order In next four weekly is All Clerk of said Court. K. Wndworth
I226 Temple Avenue Walter C. Jlard..tyi. Daytona Bench. .Em91oV prm I"ATicw By Department _ _
sues.Witness official
Drug Store seal at Stark my, hand Florida and this August Fla./ 1-21 4t 8-17 AND NOTICR TO. APPEAR: .
STATE tiV FI-ortlDA.: James
1945.OFFICIAL COTHT. nntnvniiuOITV
8th.. iv cinrriT
8KAL A. J. Thomas (" FL..A' IV LIIAVCKHY. VVoodworth whose residence Is OperatedBy 1 _
Court. Ijnknown.
of said
Clerk .
As :
T. Frank Lnndrum Starke: Florida Evelyn Brandt Levine. Plaintiff You are required to appear onAu.uMt Ex-Soldier .. _ _
27th., lOt) In the above an
8-10 4t 8-31 .
for Pit Abraham Levlne. Defendant.Case
a Atty. vs, named Court and cause wherein I
No. 3923ORDER plaintiff seeks divorce. Tlradford. i nts-s rrrrssspssssrpj-s ssptrp
iv nnrriT ('DI..T. mi.\DFORICOINTV. OP PUBLICATION County Telegraph shall pub llsh
FI.IJlUIJ.1'1 ClEAN: AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA toi Abraham this Order In next: tour weekly

(1:1eV: Ptifflrr, Plaintiff vi .....vln.. whose residence and issues.Vitnms% hand anil official HEADQUARTERSFOR _
Nadine my
, 4-I EVERYBODY No.Joseph 3949.:M. Hhe ley. Defendant.. : post Levine office, (Cascorro address Province la Mr. Abraham of Cam- seal IJtarke, Florida, this July ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES I _

J -gt ORI5ER FtTBLICATION aguey. Cuba. :OFFiCIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas
AND! NOTIffl: TO' APPHAR I You are required to appear above on As Clerk of said ( nurt.Jr. . NOVELTIES and JEWELRY .
24th.. 1945 In the .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph August. II. Duncan Jacksonville. Fla-
AT 1f. Nheelev whns. residence Is 1402 'named Court and cause wherein Atty. for Plf. ?-" u 1-11
llruniwlck Deoritla. 'plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford ..

I he Union You Street are required to appear on ;' County Order Telegraph In next, shall four pub weekly llshthis iv t inn'IT roi-- 'iiir. nn \.nronn
PARK CAFE In the above 'I
10, 1945 .
September and cause wherein Issues. ('fU'.OI..U. \' iv CIIA.V-; Ben Suslow'sArmy

named Court seeks. divorce. Bradford. Witness. my hand and official (.'.::111''
plaintiff Telegraph shall publish seal at Starke, Florida, this July ff. C. Hchuyl.r Plaintiff vs. HaneyFlowers
Count Xchuyler Defendant. CaseKo"
weekly IsUVltn IK. 1941.
four _
this Order In next (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. oiVnfen
official As Clerk nf said Court. op prrrLiCATTOV
.ss my hand and Beach, AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR Store
Hardesfv. Daytona
Delicious Meals this Au- Walter C. ;
Regular seal. at Starke Florida. FUu, Atty. for PI, 7-27 4t K-17 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nancy
Schnrl.r. whose address ,
Healthful Plates foFFICIAL18KAL: ; ) A. J. ThomasAs Florence, Mouth '
Vegetable IV 'H..IT COTHT. inform Is 105 Fir.Itre.t: .4
of said Court. 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla.
Clerk '
Bid Eo.Nry. n.oitiuAi cut.v: : ,
Short Orders J. 8. HarrisonLaw Exchange: ca'T o'uIla. requlre.1 to appear on
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of the church and rleoda are In- NEW MAIL MESSENGER
. . . . . . were visiting Dee Norman Sun Mra. Crews was Miss Mildred Rites ThursdayFor vited to attend. Woodrow Surrency took over

day.Mrs. Knight. Lola B. Jones The music for all services will the mall messenger route betweenthe
Heilbronn Orlne/ Cowart Miss War- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bowles and the depot this,1tieek.
of MJ'8.Eo
be under the
from Jacksonville were visiting held DODBL
renetta. Knight, Betty Bradley Funeral services E D
J. H. Walnwrlght Meth- with Mrs. E. M. He is replacing Sam Mott
The School! and Maria. demons visited Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon at the E. Lansing ,
. .By. . . . . Johns Sunday Mrs. Fred Lanier has returned ediat Church In Lake Butler with Davis'at the organ. who( Is returning to his old
Miss Valarla Denmark of Jack- home after a visit with her sister Rev. Fred L. Martin of Live Oak In Brooker and his old Job bus.DOLLARS.
111 The Junior Sunday School' Class mvllle was visiting Geraldine in Georgia. In charge, for Mrs. Lola B. Jones Methodist I driving the Brooker school .
Remember the Sunday School Tuesday
of the Heilbronn Baptist Church Norman. of Lake Butler who died
Trill ffo to Hampton Lake Saturday I Elae!! Carter of Jacksonville and B.T.U every Sunday. afternoon. Interment was in Services Sunday, August 19, at I
afternoon at 4:00: o'clock to ,was visiting her cousin Geraldine Dekle Cemetery, Lake Butler the Methodist Church will be con- 4
i enjoy a picnic. The class will Carter. Elide was one of our Political Cards with DeWItt C. Jones In charge ducted by the pastor, the Rev.
be accompanied by Mrs. Harris classmates last year. of arrangements. W. J. Churchwell. Subject: "Cre- From where I sit'.s.Jy Jot
t i j and MrSy WJosely. Miss Evelyn Clark was visiting ron CITY COUNCIL for Surviving are her husband ative Prayer." Congregational Mars
The Intermediate Sunday School Louise Pope In Palatka, LouiseIs Having served the people I Joseph W. Jones; three daugh- singing: will be led by Sgt. Berger -
"! Class was entertained with a this week. the past twelve years. public ters, Mrs. J. W. Loadholtz Jacksonville at the evening service at 8
{ of visiting Evelyn office, I wish to announce that I Mrs. A. L. Drlggers, ., and the aermcn topic will Best
chicken supper at the home Mrs. T. L. Starling from Lake for reelectionto ; p.m. Way to Celebrate!
their teacher, Mrs. Orlne Cowart.Mr. Butler is visiting Mrs Nettle will be a candidate Lake Butler and Mrs. Z. E. Brao- be, "The Price of Discipleship."
to the
and Mrs A. W. Brown and this week. the City Council subject nen of Jacksonville; two sons J. Church School 10 a. m. Youth. The
I I children were visiting Mrs Mary Starling City Election Sept. 11. If you W. Jones. Jr., Tampa and H. E. Fellowship, Sunday 7 p. m. a PeaceWe
Mrs. Susie Norman from Miami feel that my past service merits and sister -
Lake Butler
Brown Jones.
E Service men's ,
and Mrs. Jerry vote
Is visiting Mr. It, I will appreciate your
t Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish and Norman. and support. Mrs. Alice Peaks. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wed- were sitting on Bill'sgolngtoto.rlh
children were visiting Mr. and Cpl. and Mrs. John Agular -W. M. Edwards Palbearers were K. G. Duncan, nesday 8 p. m. ster's porch the other night to make Sure of beingoo
Mrs. Chester Andrews at New Starke and John Dekle, W. C. we'd
were visiting Mrs. Agular's parents talking about how celeJob next morning."
River Sunday Mr. and, Mrs. J. S. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE Townsend, Hal Maines George bratewhentheJapasurrendered. From
i Mm. Lola Jackson was visiting Mr. and Mrs. K Norman'j I I am a candidate for reeiectlonIUI Johns and David Richarde of MAKE ; ..," , her parents here Sunday. Mrs. daughter were visiting Chief of Police !n the electionof Lake Butler. was going to start his vacation comes, there's teen P
$ 4 Jackson is the former Lois McCarthy Mrs. Purvis Green. Sept. 11. I appreciate the going to
Charles Crews many years of f'ne support the CREAM then and there-and spend it whole new world to hu
Mr, and Mrs. I PresbyterianSunday ICE
_ _ r t J. S. Norman and son, Leamon, were visiting her parents Sunday I people have given me and will I fishing. Ed Mapes was going to Theresa really big Job 10
'appreciate being returned to office August 19. Sunday AI horn*-Any novoOlnolouaSmooh, take his family to Mountain done. A glass of beer, the I
''IIr __. s- for another term.A. School 10 a. m. -Mrs. Jeanette -No Ice cry-No,lol scorched-No cooking-No flavor' -Eaty rewhipping -- City for a big feed and a picture erage of moderation and i
L. Alvarez Young Supt. pentlve-J0 recipe In each 134 pka. show night's sleep to be ready|for
laie.send.lhl>ad for<<.full-dre tom
I ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CHIEF OF POLICE Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ser- pie offer,or buy from your grocer Bill Webster had the last stilt task ahead-that's the rttfi
-I: t I wish to announce that I am mon by the pastor the Rev. J. L. gestlon. "I'm going to pour a to welcome Victory!
j a candidate for the office of West. Subject: "At the Sign of LOnnOnne'RRYIond glass of beer and drink a toast
Chief of Police for the city of the Cross." Hom.mode let Cream to our fighting men," he says, 80e
I With the announcement of peace, we feel e Stal ke. subject to election on At the evening hour the church STABILIZE.UHDONDimHIHMOIIHIHI "and that.,Is Just as far as my'
a Sept. 11. Your vote and supportwill will observe a "Thankful Hour .
that an emergency has passed. .HNHHMCHMI.CUlf.
be appreciated.B. for Victory", an especially pro- Copyright 194S United Stattt Bnwn F,
Therefore, we will change our store hours, -. C. Holtzendorf grammed service. All members .

to enable our employees to"work only 6 daysa ,., ". ,,, "

week, instead of 7. ra oars 'a r .. a'w-a)

lAr ,' Commencing September 2nd, our store will [ J. P.Roberts Motors

remain closed all day Sundays and will remain -

j 4 I: open all day Wednesdays. .

!' We ask the public to please try and arrange 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.'i .
Ji"I to have your prescriptions refilled during the

r week, so as not to be inconvenienced.,

We feel that our employees are entitled to a

t day'of rest and an opportunity to worship,

therefore we will put the above store hours

'i' d' in effect September. 2nd. reLstF
y its s s --- e j n
If an emergency arises and you need the help AT FEATURED PRICES

'' ,Gf a registered pharmacist, we will gladly

hP Y take care of your prescriptions, if. you will TIP TOP SUPER MARKETDARBY'S

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1926 seven hurricanes of AND SERVICE
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; Three Registered Pharmacists On DutyCONFIDENCE disaster proportions have swept .
; over various sections of the United ...IwJI.wI: : _
Il E ....- States. Most of them struck in -

.- September
The only protection 'against windstorm d

} / loss is INSURANCE. Don't AP
/ / wait until you see the warning STAR STORES
signal-that will be too late.

Call Us Today Phone 146

H. C. }MALL AGENCY U 1'( lE nt

\,. Harold C. Wall Jon E. WilsonCLASSIFIED .
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ypI LOST-Lark* lemon and white HAVE IT FIXED Many little
That's What You Must 'have In These '. pointer bird dog, strayed from things are breakingup around
Days Klnaralcy. l.ak near KlngKley the house these days that you
Village. Please return to Uuy would replace If you oould get
When The Scarcity of Good New Clothing H. Sale, Starke. ItpMATTRESSBS them. This Is Impossible, but ,
maybe I can fix It. Ask for
t Makes .The.qotbes You Already Have' More vated; furniture of all upholstered kinds reno-andrefinished. Frank at Telegraph Office. tf Cotton Blouses, Asst Colors, ea, .. -.69
Drop us a card. WORK: WANTED1 Experienced
Valuable Than Ever Before. You May Entrust HASTINUS MATTRESS CO., fox dairy hand. wants work. A. C.
s / v 5 ISO Palatk Fla. tf Bryant 2 miles east of Starke on

Your Best Things To Us With Perfect FOH SALJJ,-New 14 foot cypressrow old Blandlng road. Itp Childrens Coats '
3.50 & $$10
boat equipped with I oar - - -
Confidence. :: Incks. Price reaxonable. See 1C.H .
rdl, r Urld..r.V.. Moreland St.: or
write P. O. box 82, Starke, Fla. YOUR FARM CITY AND

ROBT. LC 315 FUR tlA LE-I Mucks, 4 Does and New Lot Fall Dresses 7.95
GREEN Temple Tucker several young Cor. Lafayette rabbits..and J.Day A. BELL. - .. $3 to
Sts. Starke. 2tp S'I'ROUr
Owner Ave. ;
if C".t..t" advertiser. of eoa_

br, n I ,- 30 ROOMS f3.1NIO Acreage.try..!,* names from H.sill made over.. over.the.- Sun Hats For Entire Family - .69 upChildren's

ALL FURNISHED World. Free open listing.E. .

l BOOK A ROOM AHEAD Represented Locally By
ill, Y 1 FOB YOUR WIFE F. O. IIOLLINOS WORTH School Dresses1.95 to 4.25

FOR SALE OR PARENTS 118 So. Walnut. St.
Oas Heat In Each Room

fi SPENCER designed SUPPORTS Mrs. Bertha Individually Pearce SOS Boy's Winter Suits $$9
LARRY'S' PLACE West Madison $.. 7ad41pFOR - - - - -

KING8LEY LAKE SAIJ5 noy'a Ie Inch bicycle
1000 Feet From B In good condition with good tires.
Marvin Harper St. ClaIr and 8th .
Sts. Starke Fla." S-3 Itp

Very Attractive Home WANTfcD very Write the piano Box Hunda--Man No.8.for,.. or church mall Starke.lady l to services 8-3 salary.. play 3tpKOrl roil old Rains SALE Thomas Poultry-place.liens Farm,and located 8-3 fryers.4tp on I [[ USE 'OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN j

FOtt SALId'Pre-war 4? inch attic
BALL: One 28-month-old
fan. never used. '"TlUman".
Puny gentle broke to ride on. Rt. t. Box 618, .
M Excellent Location Texas new puny saddle cart, one and set buggy one boy's harness KIPCaleI..La t': ..*

and one work harness, foil SAUK-Paby carriage, steel
rp, all\ new. $155 See Cecil. L. Douglas stroller, high chair and cradle.
. at Tip Top Orocer: ,. jtp Box 482 at Peterson's Dairy Itp; Every Day Is Bargain Da:

Price $6,000 Half Cash tOH tlALE-J Factory built trailer
In good condition. 302 East South
FOR SALE FUEL St. SALK-Nlc. heifer cow with ltp I at the
j4i calf. Sea J. W. Bedenbaugh ..t
CROSLEY Denmark's. Up

ELECTRIC FOR SALE:-Radio for 311 or 3T
.Ford $25; new roll of barbed
REFRIGERATOR wire II; small portable typewriter -

t4 W. T. CLUTE REALTOR Perfect Condition Inch screen, needs wire repair 10 cents 110; .14 q.
ft.: S model T solid tire. 14.anil .
1 practically new bed frame STAR STO
$65Guaranteed and springs Inquire Mrs Fred
u M. IjoUrand. Starke Amusements.
L 119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE to work Tempi Ave.
VAK1BTIKS of caladluras Incans
KOCII DRUG STORE IS cents eachj white rab-
bits. 11 each Mrs. Cone. Rte.
J, Lox 241 B, Stark. S-3 Itp


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