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 31, 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: VID04930
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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hurley-burley'.done: like this: The mash was preparedand Official County Publication Established 11118'1'1VOLUlU

the W0fl'a fermented In scrubbed gaso-
81 rtJs and The SIXTr-M" "EN STARKE. FLORIDA..UU.\\, ,\t'U1IST St, tPU N1' lnEn ...OUTy..E
the 'fallows have time line barrels. cooker was a __ ... ''I''....'
,,' ways 35 gallon copper cook-pot and n

>.round danao has me and. ettled think NOW inevitable up that down WetW ton heat stove.was compressed supplied Copper< tubing air by and a from"gasoline homemade" a Businesses To Close For Labor Day; Auto GainesvilleSidney Thief CaughtIn BBS To Open For 9-MonTh Term; 1 :


fid temPO JuICe--tbat make It Its GI reappear witch's vapor condenser truck fuel from, which system the cooker was carried merely to the the a Camp To Display Equipment At USO ty wa arrested Terrell In of Gainesville Alachua Faculty Includes Many New Teachers ;:'

day last week on four charges!
with Brad- jeep radiator suspended In a barrel :c.
automobiles. When arrested
fIII'rf familiar of water. From the bottomof Most of Starke business houses stealing r
corn Hk <*p (even he had a Ford sedan First Grade Pupils Must Present
l i1UPh1 have the radiator a copper tube of all types will be closed'Mon. .

g I heal'll8Y_ nf.) th'n you !passed the Jungle Juice Into a day, Sept. 3, Labor Day. and the Hospital Patients which Denmaik's was stolen store from here in the frontof pie- Birth Certificate; Be 5 Years, t

.11.- common five gallon water can. As annual holiday will\ be observedIn Guests At Center 9 Months Old
vlous Saturday. The car belonged 1
61 "unllee simple as that, and every Item of an unusual manner at the USO
I 18 like.D equipment to be found In Club. It will be to Roy Tomllnnon. 1
J4r.' any an Important Twenty-five patient from the ,
the chargesthere I
He bond on
D 1 (il'ltere motor pool except the cook pot occasion especially for the civilian Camp Blanding Hospital were entertained posted and the sheriff notified Monday morning Bradford County resumes processing !

4 andtM In from a kitchen. population of the city at the Church Service Sheriff Andreu of Bradford County the most important' raw material in the world-some thous. I

A I don't believe> the alcoholiccontent Gen. E. W. Fales, commanding Center Tuesday evening Mrs. who went over for him. Thursday -j nnd-oUd boys and I jrirla who will converge: on 1J.H.S. from

trrm tlyIIt'd of JJ approaches that officer of the IRTC. Camp Blan- nurnett and Mrs. Milton Plank I August:: 23. He posted a all corners of the county, ready to begin the first nine-month ;'

DII'fo tlight I\ of corn llkker (at least the ding, and Major George Sloan, served the soldiers and a group 1.000 bond here on. the slime term that the school )here has ever offered.

it ro boys tell me It doesn't) but IRTC special service officer have of local guests with a delicious I charge lie admitted dealing all While most business:\ houses will be closed tight for the '
\ they did mutter something a- arranged with the local USO staff ham dinner The Center WIIS attractively since annual Labor ll.II.S. students
the five of the cars May. pay holiday, will put in a
ito or bout distilling It twice to Increase for an elaborate display of all decorated with I late
r<*lflc full day's sion-from J) a. m. to 2:10: p. m. Classes will
tk of 8fd the kick. important items o f equipmentused summer flowers and bowls of Ivy bo assigned i textbooks i issued, and plans will be completed \' .
la* In the Infantry training and phil I I e dendron. Mrs. Janie
still located program Sistrunk's MovesTo .
The was in the for the start of regular classes School
c ()('o. Jungle behind the motor pool be- at Camp Blanding. Avery contributed, much to thj : Tuesday morninjr._ !
). p Seven Camp Blanding Infantrymen gaiety of the evening by playingthe busses will run their usual I
cause It's Illegal to put
. it I am going to tell to such government will be at the USO Club piano. Lt. Kries DiscussesReturning routes' starting Monday. \
property a use;
ighl shock some of folks ourohlbitlonmlnded hence, perhaps, the term "Jungle from 2 o'clock Monday afternoon Among the guests assisting In MakeVay Opening exercises will be t I

Uoitfly I I Juice." JJ goes like hot cakes at until 10 o'clock in the evening to entertaining the soldiers were VeteransAt held in the auditorium for '

home but Jungle Juice Its to explain in detail the articles that Rev. Grover Alison, Rev. J. L. Rotary ClubLt. high school students only, ;
$5 per quart, so easy see
and we might dlB-as how you can clear quite a tidy will be exhibited. There will be West Mrs. E. Davis. MrVO.: L. For New StoreThe with the Kev. J. L. West !

ce the fact. It is a maSh. little sum In its manufacture, ifyou're one officer and one technical sergeant Beasley Mrs. Barbara Clute, Mrs. I Mat Kriea: assistant special pastor of the Presbyterian ,
made from too in charge of the exhibition. V. S. St John Mrs. Edward service officer of the Camp Ulan- Church t speaker.
not scrupulous. as K u e H
Rented It himself, so you Five non-commissioned officers Burns, Mrs. J a n I e Avery, Miss business picture on Call ding IRTC was n guest of the Entrance examinations will I beheld

HUM the poor uncivilized Whiskey of any other kind Is (cadremen) will be in charge of Alice St. John, Miss Carolyn Street continued to shift this Rotary Club Wednesday, speaking Dome time during the first I

.When. our division ar- scarce as hen's teeth out here. the demonstration periods and a- Green, Miss Louise Stern Mrs. : week even as talk of peacetime on the subject of "What About week for rtudents, who did special

In s\\TA the recipe was Private Stanley Woodall (Vicksburg mong the Items to be shown in Milton Plank Mrs. Grover Alison reconversion filled many businesses These Returning Service Men?" work during the summer. '

passed around like a house- :Miss.) of our Quartermaster the large auditorium will be a Read Mrs. Milton St. Peter. and Industries with doubtsas Lt. Krles atated that the so- ;

av-wite dish. It was soon Company conducted a lottery light machine gun with feed belt to the future. called "problems" In connection Donplte several last-minute resignations -

(rtd'that our motor poole with a fifth of Schenley's Black and ammunition box, a heavy machine No Let-Up In To make way for a new furniture with the men returning to civilian Smith expect, Principal to Fouler with a full Shi
!l mechanical means to rig: Label as prize; sold 100 chancesfor gun with feed belt and am- store to be operated by life have been Vastly overrated 34. open 'f'
' I faculty of --almoHt three times f..
the type of men about four shillings each. He Red Cross Program of and he stated that the
outfit and munition box, a Browning automatic George Johns and R. S. Johns way to the
as large as! group of 12 teachers
tinker with such a made over $40 clear for he got Feed & treat them, unit. the
and the Sistrunk
ij to rifle with magazine Chairman Says Lake Butler way theywant who staffed B.H.S. when the
John Shamy of the _stuff from a merchant sea- this week" to be treated, la like I
Sgl cleaning rod, an }[.1 rifle a carbine Seed Company moved simply : school first moved to the site of ,
dale, Miss, our mechanic man on one of the ships! in the an SI mm mortar, a bayonet E. K. Ferryman, Chairman of from quarters occupied by them what they are civilians In uniform the present!! plant In September .

ve proud owner of the dlsI harbor for ten bucks. a 60 mm mortar with dum- the Bradford County Chapter, for the past 11 years In the or civilians who have Just 1914. Almost a third of them .

I InSpected. and he pocket- 'The Army gUes each man my ammunition, a bazooka with American Red Cross recently received Gteen Building\ stepped out of uniform will bo new faces for the turnover ,

,00, In his first three months I (for 91.96)\ one case of 24 cans dummy ammunition, a rifle grenade a letter from the Regional Sistrunk's Is moving Into the The vast majority of th >no men In Teachers and the difficulty '!

ration! I. of 3.2 beer per month, but thin a hand grenade, a complete Director of the SoutheasternArea store space formerly occupied by want to slip back into their nor- of filling all positions han been .

amy was a true "big op- does not Impair the popularityof heavy pack and an ammunition In which this Chapter was C. G. Itaiksdale's clothing store, mal way of life with as little greater thin year than ever be-

u". Ills m nh wan made Jungle juice.! I am firmly belt and canteen. All of these organized on Its War time accomplishments between Roy's Restaurant and the (ties and furore as possible, the fore. The school here Is stlll _', m:. ..

lugur, and/or raisins oat- convinced that most of the unsteady men are of Grade 4 or higher and Ritz Theatre. Thin building, speaker stated. ItusinoHS men can drawing heavily on the services '

curnflakcH.. or canned pet I meet 'on Saturday are experienced instructors. This I Judge Perryman praised the which also includes Hoy's space, be of definite assistance, however of army wife teachers, but these,

which he Ingeniously afternoons result from the local personnel Is being sent from volunteers who feave donated was purchased by Joa. M. Sin- In giving men back their old too, seem to be on the decline. .. ',

d, borrowed, or "requlNl- brew, not the GI beer. Camp Blanding In anticipation of hundreds of hours of their timeto trunk and Veidla S. Futch from John or helping them to find"new Mr. Smith emphaslred the fact ,.

,,1" (and he s .Mom begged But to get back to Sergeant answering the numerous questions such corps as,Canteen, Camp Charles G. Woodbridge of Lynn, ones, Lt. Krtes said. "A lot of that first grade pupils, starting :.. 1

IrI'OlI'ed) from cooks In and his JJ rig: The saddest of the inquiring visitors. and hospital, Home Service, Mass., and the deed was recordedon men do worry about jobs and school for the first time, must .
in kitchens! or from felto Shamy him was the day It is felt that this exhibit will Motor, Production and Staff Nov. 10, 1944. Purchase price whether they will find a niche in present birth certificates! and
I ever saw "
Quartermaster outfits. he went Into the Jungle and found afford an excellent opportunityfor Assistants; also those who have Is reported to have been J3,500. the post-war world, he said must be at least five! yearn and

( distillery, as near as I unknown had< stolen hisVeterans"Assi8ted the local population not onlyto given their time. as War Fund Slstrunk'a will I 1 probably be Lt. Knee was formerly engaged: nine month. old by the opening ,

make out, was a clever parties. see the changes that are tak- Volunteers. \t straightened out In the new localnn In the real estate, business in New day of school, Sept. 3. It is noU .
bly of car parts and went tilL Ino- Mace In the tralninz program Pr.'A n.A..n.I. -" 5..,.....a .I.,..., ...n"A. I *. .. -,htr., ,.v-.a. flintnt...-, '' n,*.xt n. week. Smyrna,and served overseas with .' necessary for other to bi'ln t I
A I l\4 u\ VAVJt t.t'r -
.. ;at;: Camp Blanding but !also will) i hundreds AJIQ of gurJncjnU lo ; d"-k and Mr.: .:John ; ted--ihat the the IttlhjCt/roaa. nt Lorraine) Division. ''" '-rUtIQo4t'.he ., -.;,,.: ::; ;JJ.. j

oning Board1" be an interesting way In which to bags. Volunteet First Aid Instiuctors new furniture' store will I 1 1 likely \ Faculty members will meet Sat I. .' I .

spend the holiday have trained children open around the 15th. Odls lllnnant, director of Camp urday morning, Sept. ,1, to dla- '.. l I

[Be ClosedSaturdays Each ThursdayAt It Is "Open House for everyoneat and adults In First Aid Through Mr. Barksdale who clotted' out Immnkalee and a mumber'of the cuss plans fur the new year. I

[ Courthouse Here the Starke USO on Monday, the Camp: and Hospital Council his business here several weeks Jacksonville club, wan a guest The first P.T.A. meeting .In I

September 3. many comforts and luxuries have I ago has no plans for the immediate and poke briefly on changes that scheduler for Weilnenday, Hept.

tlvo Sept, 1 the local! ra- Information and assistance Is been provided for servicemen who future although he might re- must be made to adapt ourselves 20, with\\ the executive board

board will be closed all available to ex-service men and are ill. I enter the business field here at a t.olfe\ In the new atomic age. meeting Monday, Sept. 24.v;* I

ach Saturday, according to their dependents in Starke each Arch Johns Because of our nearness to. inter date.USO W. H. Nollman, a member of Dramatics) physics, and biology :
rjioancement yesterday by Thursday in the courthouse. Camp Blanding the Home Service the club who has recently returned will be among the subjects coffered

Earl Johnson, chief clerk. contact representative of the Vet- Department has had heavy demands To Feature from a trip to the West Coast, this year that were not Included .,

u in accordance with an erans Administration Is on duty Died ThursdayArchibald made upon it, and hun- and L. U Halnes another member In the curriculum, last
from Washington halting all each Thursday from 9 a. m. to 4 dreds of families of servicemen State Nite Dances who has been vacationing in ,

the board will also be p. m. In the courtroom. He will have been aided in every way Each WednesdayThese Miami, discussed briefly customsof year.With two places still to be filled -

Monday, Labor Day, a answer all pertinent questionsand Johns, life-long resident possible, through this program. the various clubs ,visited. during the faculty, In addition to

holiday. < will aid In the preparationof of Bradford County, died at Judge Perryman also called attention are busy weeks at the their trips. Mr. Smith, Is comprised of the

J rtpilar hours of the board, necessary evidence to establish his home here early Thursday: to the work accomplishedby Starke USO, and evidence of this Joe E.] Wilson, chairman of the following teachers: Mrs. Leola j

py through Friday, are 9 a. claims. morning. He had been In falling the Junior Red Cross. Many fact may be found In the extensive Club Information Committee, and Roberts, Mra Edna Prevatt, Miss

12 noon, and 1 p. m. toin. James L. Hales, Jr., who Is In health for five years. He was useful articles have been made or program activities that are J. H. Dupre, chairman of the Madge Middleton, Mrs. Hofman, : ,

charge of the contact office In 1: born February 22, 1877 In Bradford collected for men in camps and being carried out weekly. On Magazine Committee, gave a brief Mrs. Vivian Barr, Mrs. Ada Ward, ,

:le present time Mrs. John- Gainesville Is handling the County, the son of the late hospitals, donations given to Na- Tuesday evening the final session Ulscusulons of their part of the Mrs. Evelyn Rltch, Mrs., Ethel ,

the assignment here and it Is hoped I' Jerry M. and Annie Cone Johns. tional Children's Fund, and of the Junior Hogteso! training Rotary Program.The Blggx, Mrs. Edwin Fulton, Mr.
only employe In the rabar -
t office. Other clerk. that citizens of this area will call I He was a member of the Baptist Christmas and Educational Boxes course was held in the wing of Rev. W. O. Smedley, pastorof Edna: Hart, Mrs. Llllle Bridges, \

released when items on the contact representative for Church and the Masonic order i' sent to the children in War impoverished the Club with Chaplain J. W. the First Christian Church, Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Ethel

removed from many restriction. any assistance required In connection and was a veteran of thiSpanishAmerican countries.The Jones, of Camp Blanding leadingthe was also a guest at this meeting. Sewell, Mr*. Ada Lawson, Mrs.

Bdrldge with benefits by the Veterans War. chairman emphasized the discussion on the topic "Jun C. H. Nasworthy, chairman of Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Willie Mae

> price Smith in charge Administration. He is survived by his wife, need for a continuation of Red ior Hostess Problems, Ideals and the club's Community Service Denton, Mrs. Hazel Cressler, Mrs. ,

nt" : lection la on vaca- Employment ServiceA Ruby Bennett Johns, one stepson Cross services even though we Guide Posts." committee, Introduced the speaker Verna Demorest. Mrs. Eva An- ,

Sept. 1. representative of the U. S. L. M. Gaines, and one sister, are no longer at war. lie stated The weekly Army Wives' Program ilerHon J. L. Dees, Mrs. Ruble 1: I!

Employment Service is also at Mrs. Alva Ensey of New York that comfort and aid to conva- Luncheon was held Wednesday Drivers' Licenses Matt Perkins, Erlce Byrd, Mrs.: : 1 1 1I
eral! Tuesday courthouse each Thursday lescing servicemen through our noon with Chaplain Fried- Mervin Flne\ky, Mrs. Ellen Law. : /: ,
c. C. Butler from 9:30: a. m. to assist em- City.Services wil be under the di Hospital Program will continueto man of Camp Blanding as the On Sale Sept.: 4 I A. W Bates, Alexander Purcell

unemployed woikera, and rection of DeWitt C. Jones with hold a high priority. Canteen guest speaker. Chaplain Fried- N. Carson Geiger, J, D. Kuyken-
ployers In from of Drivers Licenses go on sale In Mr. W. H. Hlddell. Mrs. I J '
ide Caatle Butler, 73, reIIIIn'lter returning war veterans.Intermediate the Rev. L. D. Haines, assistedby services for men coming man gave a fine explanation dull l
and farmer, died the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, of Overseas duty will need to be ex the Jewish High Holy days which: Bradford County, Tuesday, Sept. Clara Proctor, Mrs. Doris Rouse,

y at his home near Long Work ficiating. The exact time of the panded. For many months to occur the first part of September.On 4. Capt. Olin Hill actinIC Patrol director V. R. Ferguson. Mrs. Carolyn .

early Saturday morning. funeral will be announced upon come Red Cross service will be Wednesday evening the first of the Florida Highway standardizationor Hutto Kinney secretary. .
1 StressedAt from neatly needed and Judge Ferryman series of State Nlt Dances .has announced the Mrs. Grace Osborne will serve I .
serVices were held Tues- To Be the arrival of Mrs. Ensey In a - ,, ... f.. ,
moon at 4 o'clock In thee Church New York. urges the volunteers to keep was held, honoring a 11 1 servIcemen lees :lor liceiinaa, vviiuwui. WC for- as supervisor of schools In the. I _ _
usual $1 charge
| Bridge Christian Church Baptist Interment will be In the family up the good work. and women from the Empire turblng the county. I II.
'A special the average motorist. _
v Rev. c. J. Pitta of Jack- 9 through 16 will be plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. state of New York. When the new licenses go on
.>. twisted September Course greeting was received from the I.Woodmen Present _
by the Rev. Fred Intermediate Emphasis Week for Aviation Thomas E. sale, all drivers ranging In age
C( of
MJdlaketJ.rnlent Baptist Churches. The purpose At The TabernacleThe Offered To Vets Dewey of New York and decorations from 14 to 18 must pay ft instead New Radio Series I
was j In needs of Inter 00 cents. While sate jf
Elzey Chapel is to meet the befitting such a party were of _
IJ with Masonic rites ad-< mediates by Inspiring leaders to Youth for Christ Meetingto Veterans of World War II. who in place evident. Junior driving restrictions of the former Lacy Conway, Financial Secretary '

lied by the Lake Butler a ,renewed endeavor in teaching be held Sunday evening at the the are Interested in aviation are asked hostesses every served at dance partners junior operator's license have of the local Woodmen of the '!

and< guiding their Intermediates Gospel Tabernacle will be In to contact Van H. Carden, with music being furnished been retained the special license: World organization announced< _ _

Butler was a native of They also want to show Inter- nature of a musical testimony secretary of the American Legion Camp Blanding Itself was abolished by the 1949
to to be an by a popular that beginning Wednesday of this _ _
and promises the details of an
out had lived In Florida mediates their responsibility meeting Post; and learn band. Refreshments were served legislature. i
r communityand that will I be week over radio station WMBR. .
Past 23 their church and inspiration.The aviation mechanical course of the evening Beginners however,
years. When hane God, the course
to this show them how to have a Soldier's Hour last Sunday might be offered here In the near during table. Next able hereafter to get a temporary the Woodmen of the World will
state he buffet-style
from a
Yt4 at the time for Jesus wants his was In the form of a round table future. all men and driving permit, to serve until pas- present "The Silver Lining", This
Dukes turpenP good Wednesday evening
most in Is series of Interesting, dramatized
and proved Instructor road test, without a
> discussion states that an of a
near Lake Butler, and followers hsppy.September Mr. Carden women from the state of Pennsylvania sage
stories depicting the services _
U to Starke if a from highway patrol after _
years Miss Bibby a teresting. will come similarly honoredat charge
ago purchased the 9, will be
Laymen's rendered to Woodmen and
I evening was be enrolled. examination on rules of the road.
II i Jim Intermediate Tuesday class of live men can Dancing will
McKinney farm soulhwide specialist as number of the USO Club. their families through insurance ______
a I of SO cents
nightand agreed to a charge
teg speak already In the past
special have o'clock.
Bridge speaker will Three 8.30 to 10:30: .
wher ehe has leader< and be from : .
spiritual protection and fraternal and social -
"w tince. WRUF. Her men had a part. Unique take the course, he said. II will Van der Wer- was made for these special permits
station Marguerite
He was an or- over radio this service: Mrs valid for activities.\ The series starlit
1 on testimony marked 12 hours a week over a supervisorfor i with restrictions,
minister of the Christian subject will be to the youth to all. require ker, associate regional this week over 33: radio stations I
The _
"r 40 Follow Me." Her address and was profitable period of eight I months. YWCA-USO was a guest In I 90 days L\\ _
years but had< not "Come legislature also Increasedthe and will continue weekly. r.
\CUvely engaged in the mln- will be given at 7:30 a. m. Church Government will I. Bill pay of expenses Rights.Mr. I Starke for several days this past I The cost of the Chauffeur's It- The progragn will be heard each '1 ; :
J.V.. Cren- Level under the G. with members
recent 16, Rev. Pin week, conferring ,
years. September -VT a. furnish all covering all persons who Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. over _
will gladly cease
''Butler Yore are his widow, Mrs. shaw will speak over Utmost wtur For-; Rev. Nathan Mobley, of Jacksonville details. Carden to anyone Interested. of the staff Mrs.and the Van Operating der Werker's drive: for compensation, from $1.SO radio station WMBR, Jacksonville j _ _
and nine m. on "Our Committee. and all members and interested _
Co T. children, 7:30: a. excellent will fill the pulpit both office In locatedIn to $200. J _
Sweat V. E. Butler, the Highest. Both are evening at Pine I regional persons are urged to listen to>
nCisco| calif.' w. A. But- speaker and all Interested per- morning C h u rcb, Sunday, Heilbronn RevivalA Atlanta. Ga. ExamAn this Interesting program. It U i

DIeD' Calif., Mrs. C. J. sons are asked to 'listen. Level Baptist Rev. Mobley will In Constitution also heard Sunday at 4 ,p. mover j !4
I. Intermediate 2nd. meeting is now I
'*.t.. Butler. 1.. Butler During the week will be an held each be September remembered as the soa-ln-law progress revival at the Heilbronn Baptist V. F. W. MeetingA examination on the Constitution WLAK. .; :, 4

t. Nonga, JacksonvUle, 'program Church. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez, The Rev. John Lelandof In the of the United States will _
C. Mr. Church. will be held ,
McCord. Starke, and< night .t the First Baptist of this County. meeting I Groceries To Close. : T' : _ _
*"."" Is made by life long residents of Jacksonville Is bringing some Hall. T h u r sday night. be held at 2 p. m. Saturday .. j
4 Butler Lake Butrs. This urged to attend one each evening at Legion 8 In Jacksonville and Gainesville. I ,5
In of
Intermediate organ-
1w0 fine messages
Everyone the
I. siate Mrs. J. W. C. :Mrs. Clyde Priest. of these services and hear The series will continue Sept 6, for purpose Wars Those Interested should report to A majority of the grocery ,. 'I _ _
both 8:30 m.
v.easup;! Ga., and Mr; Leader. or man of God. : p. Sunday night and izing a Veterans of Foreign urged the office of the county superintendent stores of Starke have announced ( t5
al1ard,. Dallas, Texas. this great through Post. All eligible men" are In of these cities by that they will be closed all day \ ,:
I G.
Rev. .
ar- Isham
has the pastor, )
Pfc Ernest T. Phillips Sunday to be present.- (Signed 8. Monday!. Labor Day. ofA of
D. sCook i;;; York CIty and will F. A. Scott returned cordially Invhes the pub- Davis A. J. Thomas. 1:30: p. m., Sept.
I and< baby son, rived in New vacation in Clayton -
*I Th0'-- few days to spenda from a month's lic to attend.
are visiting rel- be home In a '!
III kaditou this week. leave with his wife here. Ga. .1


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f -= Charley and Bobby, and Mr. visited the
1 ''t . . . . . . and their guests have visited Mrs. Aldrich Is the former Verda Evelyn Wall. sons and ,Mrs Joe Call spent Sunday' day. Thom fam0y
Vii' I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH FarmBy in other Lakeland: relatives during in Jacksonville the week.and Weathersby Mrs. Ida,Maxwell has had as at St Augustine. Mrs.. J, E. OUsley

State During last week Mrs. J. S. recent guests, Mr, and Mrs. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Barr of Starke daughter, Dotty Jones and
Jacksonville and Col. and were Sunday evening guests! of to their home rep
Established 1877 Mr tiryanMttl ld Walker, who formerly lived here, an of In
. . . . Turck of Neptune Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and day after MlallWe!\
. . Arch Dobbs Mrs. Raymond
E.: ... Matthews ?.__-____ Editor and Owner visited Mr.: and Mrs here Spending two
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee Beach. family. with relatives II
SERVICE: OF WORSHIP, Miss Betty McRae was the Sun Misses Barbara and Betty Sgt John Willis left Sundayfor Mr. and Mrs. W
? PabUshed Weekly on Fridays and Entered M. Second CUM. Matter PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING' day over-night guest of Miss Ida. : Horne are spending a week with a new station In Utah. Mrs. were business W Pac
Office at Starke, Fiorlda.n Residents of Ralford and of: Mrs. J. H. Mc- VlsltofJ
at the lou Davis In Starke. their grandmother, Willis and son are spending a sonville last Week. to J
; 1 the State Farm gathered HI the I Alhaney of Reevesville, S. C. few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs.
IN HITLER'S regime Bull ding Monday Me. and Mrs. J G Caldwell and Smith has recently Herbert
lYt Somebody O BACK Community Mrs. W H. Strickland. daughter Cloverseltle
Suppose ,
a lot of Germans did night for an Impressive Victory; daughters spent the greater partof returned from a visit to ,Miami. Delores, of JacklO
L ell and Melvene are
and Mrs. Misses u a visiting
week with Mr. her
Told You That Service. Rev. L. A. Shepherd and Thomas arrived parents,
the because Pvt. LeRoy
not to polls Mrs. hr
go Coronada Beach. Davis of the State Farm spent W. C.
T. D. at Loper
Rev. William Wilson led the ser- from overseas this
Vote? knew the outcome home Thursday lI'eek'Little
+ You Couldn't they Saturday night with Miss Mary
,. vice and A. W. Bate was pianist. Friends of Capt. Martin Griner duty In the European Theatre andIs Jacqu.11, Jarre
;' of the election was predetermined Ellen Wasdin. Jacksonville is v.slin'g.
will be Interested to know lie a 30 day furloughwith her
,' ," No matter how they voted the answer After being with Mr. and Mrs. Is now stationed at Camp Chaffee. now his enjoying wife, Mrs. Clara Hess Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and parents Mr. and }..frsV

+ would always be the same-Hitler. Bryan WMtfleW since Saturday, This camp is at Fort Smith, Ark., Thomas and his son, Merritt. family spent several days last Packham.
In our country) today a lot of people do not vQte Misses! Elln Chi l holm of Moultrie, in the Ozark mountains.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Birt and week visiting relatives In Winter ,S l-c Thomas TrleRt Is vis

i simply because they do not have enough interest in Ga., Jane Tjlbot Roberta of Whitfield New Port left Richard Pierce went to Verda Wall left Sunday for Pom- Park.Mr. his Trlest parents Mr. and 11rt

their town, county, state, or nation to overcome their Richey Monday and for Miss Talbot's home. Jacksonville Beach Friday for a pano where they will spend the and Mrs. C. B. Roberts time. and family for a

intrtia and go to the polls. This in spite! of the fact Following a brief stay together stay with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Fall and Winter. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

that in our democracy their vote means everythingitmight there each will be with her re- Hicks Miss Florrie Gnann of Jackson- Roberts In Brooker Sunday' after- FIRST CHRISTIAN" ;

mean the difference between the election of a spective parents for the remainder I Dr. and Mrs W E. Murphreeand ville spent the week with relatives noon. Corner Call Chrlltto. .
i good man and one who is unfit to hold office. These ,,')f the month's vacation between children, Mary Cay and Wal here. Mr.\. and Mrs. Angus Davis of Rev. W. G. Smed.ey.ft.
same people pay great Up service to their franchiseeS sessions of F.S,C.W., Tallahassee ter. Ji'. of Gainesville were guestsof Emory Guy has been a patient the State Farm spent Saturday Services as follows: !
and if their right to ballot were ever challenged where they are students Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite Wednesday in the Alachua County Hospital : night and Sunday with Mr. and Bible School each SUnila
the fireworks I Ip Charles Thornton. Jimmie their visit occasioned by this week, receiving treatment for Mrs. Jeff Davis. 10 a. m.Preaching.
then you'd see
the fact that .Lt. and Mrs. J. C. sinus trouble. I Mrs. Carlton Davis made a busi-
leads to the fact that Starke will Brown Godwin, Spencer Crews communion
All of
up I Corbin Car n e 11 0 f Ormond, ness trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. vices at
p 11. and Leslie Bradley are busily en- Wallace were also guests of Mr. 11 a. m, and 8:00:
2 have another City Election on Tuesday, September gaged in football practice at and Mrs. Kite, botn families being nephew ot W. A. Scott of Starke, ; and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and Prayer meeting each p.
; s, If one-third of the thousand-odd electors who fire Bradford High each day. The former Farm residents. was guest speaker at the Young : family were shopping In Gainesville day at 8:00: '.p. m. W

qualified to vote take time to visit the polls, it will be Starke school will open Monday, Mrs. L. F. Chapman is now at People's Training Union on Sun- i Thursday.
considered a "fair vote". What of the other two- Sept. 3.Delbert. her Wartrace, Tenn., home. It is day evening He gave very interesting '
I . . . . . .
different if they and
;i thirds? The results! might be entirely Crews Is doing vacation quite near Shelbyville, Tenn., picture illustration '
i a thought enough of their community to cast a ballot. work at the A.CL,. In Ralford. where Mrs. Chapman was born received absorbed attention from
j t. True, a small-town city election lacks glamour and Overnight guests Sunday of and reared so, in that atmosphereand his youthful audience. I' TheressaBy

excitement. No world-shaking i issues are involved. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts were with the cool weather of the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hlnson have Miss Ida
There is no soap box oratory and little name-calling Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hendry of section she has written that she been recent visitors to Jackson- . . . . . .
except in a polite whisper now and then. But still it's Cross City.Monday is enjoying her stay. ville.Mrs.

"" rt pr ' all a part of the system-an integral prirt of our de guests of Mr. and Mrs. Because Sgt. Calvin Williamswas W. B. Hicks of Jackson- Mrs. J. C. Cochrane was car-
i mocracy-and if it takes a brass band and a torchlight Ernie Yaibrough were Mrs. G. transferred from Miami to ville and Miss Emma Hicks of ried to the Alachua County Hos-
out vote then we are indeed W, Davis and children and Mr. SanFranc i s c o, Calif., Mrs. Williams Plant City have been recent 'pital, Gainesville, last week and
to get our ,
h parade and Mrs. R. G Waters of and their little daughter, guests of their sister, Mrs. WIIn we are glad to report that she 'is

i I unworthy of the privilege. Brooker. Sandra________. are___ _now_u with__n__ _Mr__. and____ aon ..It".u".6u.Mi'; "_"' .__.._.._... ..mprov k.-.
The who elected at the polls on September While recent leaveof Mrs G. E. Crews.
i men are spending a and Mrs. L. D. Elland, Mrs.J. Pvt. Walter Swindell has returned -
t 11 will help) guide the destinies of Starke through 15 days with relatives In Mac- After a week's stay with Mr. M. Maxwell and Mrs Ann R. home after being 'wounded I

a the rough post-war waters. If you are a qualified olenny and in Hampton Petty Officer and Mrs. ,R. H. Cox, Mrs. Enlce Guy attended the conference Sunday overseas and has received his discharge -
elector it is to your advantage to see that the best in 3-c and Mrs Leo Wiggins Bradshaw and children returnedto at the Baptist Church in from the United States
the field are chosen. ., and their daughter. Marie, of their home at Atlantic Beach Waldo. Army. 113 E. Call Street

Jacksonville visited Farm friends Monday. Robert F. Touchton 'has been Mm. J. 'W. Moore of Valdosta, STAItKE, FLA.
; t r When passing! through( Marie Wiggins of Jacksonville Ga., has been -
THE ARTICLE IN last quite ill for several days. His visiting her aunt,
Who'll Be The Next week's issue entitled "The Patricia. Richard and Gary spent the past weekend with friends wish him a complete and Ida Hagan and her brothers, Mr. We have a full I II

:P .. Driver To Pick Up Quality: of Mercy" has Johns of Vero Beach arrived Friday Helen Whjtfleld. speedy recovery. : and Mrs. B. C. Ousley and Mr. of the fanciest fru
Mrs. Claude Johns and
for and Mrs.: C. S.
1 a stay with their mater I Ousley and fami-
,:Jf: Charlie Allen? been misconstrued in nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, of Belle Glade came . . .. . . . . and vegtables.
t F. r; some parts as criticism of Ernie Yarbrough, and with their from their home Tuesday and lies.Willis Swindell and Misses An-
'' the jury for its recommendation of mercy for Charlie paternal grandmother, Mrs Opal were Joined here Saturday by GrahamBy nette and Jeanette Adklns of A good supply

j Allen, a confessed murderer. Those who arrived at Johns In Ralfoid. Claude Johns, Jr., who has been Jacksonville visited :Mrs. S. R. shorteningTender

.)1( '+ f this conclusion overlooked. the 'primary purpose of theriiclewhlch.was. J. A. Bouvler. Jr..and children. : attending Band School in Talla- Mrs. Edward NormanS Swindell last week.S .

ti ;1 to shw wh-aCtype- heartless crea- Betty and Johnny, Mrs. J. A.: hassee. I n addition to visiting . . . . . SC 2-c B. F. Geiger '''has returnedto Beef Roa

ture the man Charlie Allen is and to show that he had Bouvier, Sr., Miss Betty McRae their Lawrence relatives: Dugger here, and Mr. and Mr. Mrs.and Delbert Casey, S 1-c of Eliza- the Naval Hospital In North Stew and Delic'u

. no remorse for his crime, even going so far as to state and Andre McRae visited Mr. and Mra. AI Rogers Mrs. Johns and beth City, N. J., spent a 3 day Carolina after spending a 15-day Steaks.
do it if the chance. We Mis. Cecil McRae in Mcintosh leave with his mother, Mrs. J. P.
that he would again given sons have been the g u e s ts of leave with his parents, Mr. end Dickinson.J. .
4 would not presume to criticize the decision of the jury, and Mr. and Mrs. George Taylorin other relatives and friends In this Mrs. T. L. Casey, last weekend. J. COME TO YOUR
Zeigler has returned
''r as every man is entitled to his opinion and we can only Ocala Friday. part of the state. Mrs. B. A. Clark and daughter from home TIP TOl' STORE
a'i' f l i 3'' \ assume that each man acted according to the dictatesof Visitors of Mr, and'Mrs. G. E. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young Jackie of Jacksonville spent from relatives spending in Miami.some time with YOU ARE WELCOM

his conscience in this, one of the highest duties a Crews during the past week were visited relatives In Ashburn and Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. W. R. Thomas of Lake Geneva
t IA man is called upon to perform. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norman and fifton, Ga., from Monday until and Mrs. T. L. Casey. Mr. Clark
children of Miami and Mrs. M. S. Wednesday o f last; week. Mrs came for them Sunday. .
,T' ( However, the brutal facts in this case were of
r Hayes of Gainesville. Friday Young's mother and their guest Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent
nature that we would consider ourself derelict in our
night Mra. Crews and her guests, for some weeks Mrs. T. T. Fill- several days the first of last weekin
obligation to the community if we did not do everything REDECORATEDMILLIGAN'S
Delbert and Carolyn Crews, Mrs. yaw, returned to her home In Jacksonville and the latter
t in our power to familiarize the public with the Calvin Williams and daughter, Ashburn at that time. Mr. andMrll. part of the week with friends in

unregenerate type) of criminal that Allen, by his own" Sandra and Mr. and I Mrs. Ellery Young spent Sunday with High Springs!
i admj$sionrsems to be. Redding were among,those 'enter Mr. and Mrs. Irsf, Young in Lake M.% and Mis. C. J. Frazier and KILL
1' I In our opinion a life sentence is all right-if'Allen tained at a fish barbecue by Mr. Butler.

serves it. It is all right because he would suffer more and Mrs. Rowan Brown at their I .--
} in lifetime of confinement than He would if'put to death home near New River. . . . . . . . just like mother ENJOY YOUR

quickly! and painlessly. But if he receives a bit more Lake Mr. and Mrs. Dona Duke of used to make"LAPPE ANDo ,,"MM \ Butler were guests of Mr. HamptonBy
mercy than.he has already received; if his sentence is
and Mrs M. C. Roberts Wednes- t ,- '
I k+ it $' shortened by even one day, we say it is wrong. day. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney V- \: "" .. ,
A word of warning too should be sounded hereabout : -
Saturday dinner guests of Mr. . . . . . . .'
iAi the popular practice of picking up hitch hikers. I and Mrs. M. E. Griner were Mr. 1JfK/8
Many motorists persist in this good-natured, but risky' and Mrs.,!! S. V. R. Martllng of Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. I Y';"f,

l" practice in spite of the frequently tragic consequences. Melrose Sam Aldrich to hear of of Pompano the accidental will regret c' / In The Cleanest

Judge A. Z. Adkins, who presided at the Allen trial, Miss Mary Lou Yarbrough returned Town
death of their two year old son, Spot in
states that this was the second murder committed by a' home Saturday from klarion, in that city on Monday, '
; hitch hiker that has come to trial in this circuit in thet9'y Gainesville where she was the August 20. While crossing a 7?
I guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Albert I
l past few years. street he was hit by a truck. The CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD
Yarbrough for a week.
It is hard to pass up someone on the side of the Mr and Mrs. A. C. Davis and accident was termed unavoidable. I I

road who wants to go in the same direction that you their children spent last week

t y t1'r' are going with an empty car. It makes you feel like end with Graham relatives. -
,e47 %. the proverbial dirty dog, and we still cannot bring Lt. and Mrs. Richard Jones

+ ourself to pass up a man in uniform ; but if the motor- were at Silver Springs last week- The Have Coke
ist who makes a practice! of indiscriminate ride-giving end.For game's on. . a

s ;Y were to see the photograph of the body of Charles H. several days during the
t I Montgomery that was an exhibit in court 'here two early part of this, week Mr. and
weeks he would his tactics include Mra. M. E. Griner entertained as
ago, ) change to the
i, ti r utmost caution, and at the same time take ample steps their guests Mr. and Mrs. Claude .
Woodward who were on their C i i iI iII
4'i toward his ion
t .
way from their home In MalUand -v. yey

1 to Waycross, Georgia.J. .
A. Bouvier Jr., went to I II ,

Washington, D. C., Sunday for a
Can Use More
,M Pulpwood week's stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambersof
WHITE TIMBER DEPT.kk.l Monticello visited Mr. and Mra.
J. E. Chambers last weekend.Of C
Container Corp'n.. of America, Fernandina, Fla.
interest to friends of Mr,
and Mrs. A. A. Jordan and sons, .
Bernard, and Jim Frank who
lived here for several years Is the
fact that Mrs. Jordan and Jim
Frank have recently returned to

their home in Headland Ala.,
after a visit with relatives in Los

v'A Angeles Calif. While there they fr'
were with Bernard who is Sm
3-c, WSN with San Francisco as
his port. t
Mr. and Mrs W. G. Stringfel- ?: :
; i f low and Mrs. Bob Barkley en- _ _ l o : ? ______________ Id" f AA/
Joyed a fishing trip and 'a visit _
with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. AllenIn
St. Augustine Thursday. i .,,f I

Mrs. I. J. Williams was In Lake \.__._
City Monday because of the ill- ( d
ness of her sister, Mrs. Alice All- K 1iifh
x ..+:Jfr l
CMiYd.o'qfY"v'IM man, in a hospital there. Friendsare
i gratified to know that Mrs.
q'r Allman's condition is much im

q'h proved. or refreshment adds to the fun
n Mrs. R. P., McLendon was the . .
guest of Gainesville relatives
& Make' Your Old Car Last Longer By from Tuesday until Friday of last
The words
week. a Co\e are the watchwords of the younger set. There'ssomething I
;%4 : Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Register and
: Washing Polishing Waxing daughter Catherine, were with about Coca-Cola. . its life, sparkle and refreshment. .
Mrs. Register's brother and sister-

a x Standard Oil Products in-law. Mr. and Mrs\. J. G. Godwin that makes it the chosen companion of good times everywhere. Be sure
Tuesday! en route to their
QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICECARDEN'S home In Miami from the moun-
tains of North Carolina where you have Coca-Cola in your icebox at home.

they had been on a vacation. Coke'-Coca-Cola
SERVICE STATION Mrs. Jimmie Cole and eon; Jim- Yoe naturally .beer coca.C l.
mle Jr., and Mrs. Hugh Rosa of e .
VAN II. GARDEN, Mgr. STAKKE, FLA. South Carolina have been visiting "QU.Boththequalitft'STARKE actofTbeCoca-ColaCompaD1.) -
Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. Mr. and Mrs. 51. R. Holmes since COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

ri? Tuesday. Mr.\. and Mrs. Holmes
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mark Stressesoper ; -: Proper Nutrition 'ts.

. I
": .M \ a ," ,,- pr

Rest For i '
c1 Found In Foods ,

::= W 4:; ''iiit

owing Children I At Guv's Market j I i

though t how Im-
'e You ever child to i Parents, with the opening of
for your
nt! It Is Ib I. to i, BHS. next week, your boys and I
!lhe piper studies rest at school? I IIII girls will need and deserve the I : d'ry'

hie be at his best In I best of foals. in order that they' ji

child can If he has not had I IbooJ might keep fit. both In mind am r
room the body and thus be able to lean
\ rest and Bleep I'I'pfper rapidly and also give a good ac ) ;

t ', fore.' to count of themselves on the ath I
,'. that peace has letlc leW. Their bodies must be I

world again comfort, you can for soon the \; kept strong, especially' during the I : ''

all I the inter months of the school season ;
f that we have been having In order to ward off diseases I I

o without for the past few \ 1 'that would .endanger' their lives, q i i'I ..
not slee -
K your\ child Is as well as the liven of their .y<;U
comfortable mattress, 'I ;
a I schoolmates! ti ;:
Jre In him .
dlyrinjudl' In recent yearn more and more
j reand bt
ce We are now of- stress. has been placed on proper I
chod" work nutrition, and Improper nourishment '
at reasonIr I''
mattresses i'
tine look Is now recognized as the I:
in and
prices Come root of many evils that had previously ! ul

never, been blamed on other '

In Comfort ources1., With a little careful i e n r

Long Ot the the Denmark many other make Furniture study-things Pure Drugs Play Important Part Avery Inn Is Jewelry That's "In The Groove" planning contained a even balanced In the diet cold may lunches be art, ,,4'

Mthat would help ; that some children must take to

1 r are pleasure wide selections for your boy of floor and In Child Health Carpenter's SaysTime 'Homelike Spot Featured By Gislain's Gift ShopTeensters eaten school at but noon when, there a cold should lunch always Is- ".

', and writing desks. y.*>u I be a hot meal at night, ; ':.7 :

P'd give your boy or girl a With this increased emphasis oa

ate room (or corner, at least) for school again! tomer's request' !is given careful For Family MealOn take note! We've Just your chic uphairdo.Ve've diam- the Importance of proper nourianli- i ;

I Mi own desk and lamp wherer Will your child get the maxI- consideration and prescriptions\ the spice to give your classic atlc ones' saucy ones, and Just ment, where could you go to find ; 5 ;

the can concentrate better mum amount of good from the from the largest to the smallest! sweaters the ooomph they de- plain beauties*,the cleverest collection a greater' variety of tasty food 1 lrA'' t
to study I in the I serve--your date dresses the bait I In town, so help Uti! .
tf forced next eight months spent In the are given the very careful atten- the threshold of another containing larger quantitiesthe < I .
Ijy living room where others' classroom and on the athletic tion. that they deserve. school year we wish to take this that puts you In the glitterbugclass And If you'ie looking for an proper building vitamins, the \ ?

(talking, the radio playing and I field 1The Enjoy Our FountainOf opportunity to extend a special all-lmpo riant gift; gain', then at Guy's Market, uallt I

L brother or sister reading I a- : answer depends entirely on course, it may be that your invitation to' family groups to i It's Gislnln's Gift Shop gab- that's right up our alley, too. and economy are always firsconsiderations ,

from a Mother Goose book. you parents, for you are entrusted child Is in perfect health. All we dine with us at the Avery Inn, bin', gala-talking about our irresistible We've the sort of things you buy ? In these days o. I
rents are often unfair i iJr to with the responsibility of his can do in that case la to Invite 312 North Walnut St. In this line of costume Jewelry! to give away and then want to rising living costs, It Is Important T4 t?

., children in blaming them health. No child can get what him to drop In after school for a time of hustle and bustle\ family Jus' for Instance- whether you keep for yourself And we'll to make every penny count, ( 1 tr+

I falling In their studies when he should from his school work refreshing drink or for a health- groups will find the quiet, home- wear your hair flat, in curls or wrap them for you, too, If you'retoo but at the same time, no conscientious -

] act !If that if studying'' ate unless he is in good physical con- ful dish of Ice cream that will like atmosphere; of Avery inespecially In pompadour: -there's a way to busy cracking those books. parent will want to sacrifice +
were made a little more dition. help supply the energy he needs welcome for those eag emphasize it with combs-fash lilt of Advice one Iota of nourishment' In order

jnt for them they might get for those long hours of play. But erly-awaited meals that are "eat ion's newest accessory whim! Gifts are Just as Important, to save a few cents on the food y,
better at school. Let Den- Should Have Check-Up In any event we want to be of en out". Ours are adorned with clustersof now that the boys are coming bill. Your child's health comes ;
1 If you are at all in doubt as simulated jewels and are cuteas back home, as they were when M
,K help you furnish a comfort- any service that we can, whetherIn Although Avery Inn has been first.
> nook for that school boy or to whether or not your youngsters time of Illness or in time of open in Starke for only a short' a bug's ear-if you know whatwe they were away. There must be During the years of rationing '-

j in your home. are physically fit to begin health. while, its reputation for good food mean "coming home" gifts as well as Guy Sale, proprietor of Guy's

the school term of nine long The matter of physical ex- and hospitality has already been Lapel Lovelies "going awny" gift. Nothing expresses Market, has made every effort to '

months, especially during the hot, amination Is so very important, far-reaching. The efficient hostess Then there are our lapel gadgets those unspoken sentiments take care of his customer, both

Jewelryjgests trying month! of September, we however, that we want to mention i Mrs Janle Avery, gives each . conversation pieces If so well as an appropriate new and old. Now that a new ,
m advise to take themat and useful In and
strongly you gift. Come
It again. Very often there : customer Individual attention and era of peace and plenty seems to
to the family doctor fora I we ever saw one. And earrings browse around. We have + '
once exactly
are little things the matter with makes sure that each and everyone ; be dawning on a war weary world, ;
Watches, thorough physical checkup.If a child that only the doctor's eye. enjoys a good meal in pleas galore--an absolute "must" with the right gift for every occasion. an appreciative clientele will co.-

your doctor suggests a tonicas can discover. Remember that ant surroundings.Mrs. tlnue to make Guy's Market their

a "builder-upper", or health- your child cannot do his best Avery Is a well-known I advantages of having this ser- I . . . . . headquarters' for high quality 71 iF

giving vitamins, then come to I work unless he is In perfect physi- restauranteur having at various vice at their command," foods. +r sr
Girl Pine Level i,
or r Boy or Carpenter's where each cus- cal condition. times managed the dining room "My faith in the post-war need p a

In the Chipola Hotel, MarIanna; for laundry service has causedme children of Gum Branch and 8 Y
My Mrs.\ II. M. MrRae '
the Coffee Shop in the Avalon I 2-c and Mrs Bernard Eggers of 'ypJacksonville
iVe're glad our boys and girls Wholesome Foods At The A & P Hotel, Orlando, and the famousNunnally' to eq'ilp a plant that can take CS . e e . e e were visiting rely C,
back to school Buy
i itarting again. Tea Room in Atlanta, care of the needs of the popula- Rev. W. E, Hall filled his regular tives here Sunday.
|li always. grand sight to see
Ga, for many years. A teach tion of Starke and Bradford appointment at Pine Level Rev W E, 'Hall and H. M Mc
m i In large numbers marching of these places she soon developed County In making your postwar Rae visiting the bedside of < i
For School Children"No
Provide Church
i the aisles to the strains of To Pep who Sunday morning and evenIng ,
a clientele of people appreciated afternoon.
music, dressed their plan work sheet, make Item M. J, McRte"'Sunday
14( good food and know and with Mrs. Hall left Mon- I
I i and going down to number one this slogan: Spend Mrs; Rodman Reddish, Miss
gowns when It is well prepared.In day to conduct a meeting In Jack .
ten to a few parting words of one is more happy at the dependent upon his nutrition and your money at home. My dry sonville.Mr. Mary Lou Alvarez of Vanderbilt ," Mt,
flee from some educator and partial lifting of rationing re- I no youngster can do his best looking over prospective cleaning acuities are also modern and Miss Freda Turner of Plant I f 7
location Mrs Mrs. Robert
sites for a new and Starling
elve their diplomas as they, strictions than I am" said N. N I work in school if he is undernourished Avery chose Starke because of I and operators are as efficient"a.1 I lof Palatka have moved Into our City were visiting Miss Odessa jI e

mmence" life In earnest. This Prevatt, manager of the local A I or improperly fed. its excellent business prospects, can be bad during these times. community and we welcome them. I McRae Friday afternoon.
a, this prospect is more thrill P this week In discussingthe For School Lunches
&: Store the unpretentious charm of the Thin community was saddenedby I
[ than ever, because the world of a new term of "Those parents who give their HOWARD J. COLSON ,I '
opening town and the hospitality of Its the death of Rev. C. C. But :4:
children cold lunches to take to WINS BKONZK STAR IX ( IH< I'lT COI'IIT' I>H\I F()HIOI'VTY : ,
|once more at peace and our school BHS "I am glad ,,1
citizens. She is highly pleased ler. He and Mrs. Butler have ( FI.OMIIIAI IV IIIAIV-
of .
have "it school will be wise occasionallyto Pfc. Howard J. Colson, son I k ":'
) something to look for- two reasons, he continued, with the reception Avery Inn has many friends here who wish to I. t'Kit V.
I look extensive stock Mr. and Mrs P. S. Colson, 3709 Plaintiff, "... 1:11.;
rto\ besides will much less over our : I Allnn Patrick at
carrying a mean
gun. not only had from the public and expects express their deepest' sympathy ,. Cnr No. :lt U.JllDRIt .
and the of cold cuts and ready cooked Oxford St, El Paso, Texas, has ratrUk, L ofn<1an ..
Birthstones trouble for the consumer frlendn Ol"" Pimui'A'lUtN= .
Popular to make many more warm to the family ( I IAN
to meats," Mr. Prevatt said. "Sand- been awarded' the Bronze Star NOTICR TO AITKAIl. q)
will enable us I'
jflf course, the (height of every merchant, but it wiches with varying fillings from In the succeeding weeks. for returning German prisoners Mm H M.cRae Is spendinga KTATIU. OK KIXHtll'V: Klla '
:mal boy or girl's desire Is toa supply those school child meues child's interest "Why be bothered with prepar under fire and meritorious ser- few days: with her son-in-law J I'Htrl.k, whose residence I I..* un-
entire a -
nice watch, and no gift with, all of the healthful foods day to In day his lunch so that he will ing a big Sunday dinner?" Mrs vice with the infantry. and daughter, Mr. and !Mra.\ T known.You are required to BpppHr oa
t i you could, give him or her necessary for the maintenance of Avery asks mothers who are Formerly a member of the N, Norman In Gum Branch Sec 2'', tMft, In lh, UU>VMnmiml
classroom." eat it all and be able to carry (' i urt unit raune whirolnI'liilnllfr1 / -
IIId be in the servant
efficiency the
a better with present-day
troubled ,
until the hot Patrol Division of the Sheriff Murk dlvort Hm"" nl .
DI every standpoint. In i aId "We are ready to serve the through the day problem. "Just bundle* the tion.Mr. THvKriifih. "hull. |>ul>llHh IhlnOrilcr
l evening meal wit h o u t loss of eat at Dept. In El Paso, Pvt. Colson baa and Mrs. B. M. McRaa had homy. In nnxt four w..kly |MHII.H.WlliiMMN tt,
where time and promptness people of Bradford County with family into the car and been stationed In Germany with as Sunday: dinner guests Rev my hHiict and, hrtIchl l ' M.*..1|
becoming more and more Impart energy. Avery Inn. You'll find It Just as ut Hlurk, Klorlila'.., this Aummt :24.I .
the finest fresh, canned and staple "The quality of A &: P mer- the 14th Armored Division M. P. and l Mrs, W B.: Hall, Mr. and
" every day, your boy or obtainable," Mr. Pre- chandise la unquestioned and its satisfactory a! li entitled to an accurate groceries every respect"Clean residents A. Clerk of said. Court.
The Colsons are Margio Underhill.
the .
tch reputation has been built on I i liniiKlHM, Oalnnvlll, V '' 1
the I /uih H.
as open-
part of his vatt stated, "and
equipment of satisfactoryand of Brooker, Mr and Mrs, Jo;. S. Sapp and ratty fur I'If, e-!rlt ".11
leading a worthwhile exlstp Ing of school next week, it is many long years --
service to the public -
that faithful Clothes
can you expect them more important than ever
iPt to school their children wholesome ," Mr. Prevatt stated. "Play
on time if they mothers give
1 jot even know what time It well-rounded meals two or safe Shop at the A &ahead P and of 1

'They might even be fired fromallimportant three times a day. A child's you will find yourself Last Longer
first job If health and well-being Is directly the game in every respect"Proper ,
1 do not have an accurate

ptch liter watch, you, there have are given many them other a Vision Vital To School Child, L M. Smith SaysAlthough .- '. forClassroom Jfi,

P ful I "'

It can gifts be for found every' at the occasion Gem To Serve"The many war time restrictions SCHOOL Needs ,

dry. A handsome fountain Brannen Opticians Ready it will have still already be many been months lifted SUPPLIES

and I pencil set Is another In- ihst l < <
before things get back to normal I
table "must", Then when Importance' of correct via vice In from one to seven days especially in the clothing mar- SvP! OPENS '
birthday SCHOOL
rolls around noth- in the following: it is -
I Could ion in the school life of a child and specializes ket.: Therefore, more Important ;
more suitable thanmounted saidJ. I Glasses Fitted, Prescriptions than ever to take the best .
betuutul i blrU stone In : cannot be over-emphasized. Broken Lenses Duplicated, of 'the clothes
led, care you
IlIIdaome> S. Brannen, Jr,, In ,discussingthe possible \
setting. I & Goggles, Repairsof with MONDAY
The school term at Sun Glasses now have on hand. Mothers '
Gem start of a new
Jewelry offers every- all kinds.First school age children realize this
:* In the nicer line of Jew- B.H.S. next week. quality products, manu- more than anyone else, perhaps, I '

""J and you may be assured that Mr Brannen, a prescription optician factured by Bauch & Lomb and and now with the opening of ARE YOU READY? a'

arc getting value received has Just opened offices at the American Optical Companyare school next week the clothing

n you purchase here.. We 118 South Walnut St., in Starke used. Special discount are situation has reached a new peakof di

envy solicit your business and U offering complete optlclal given to all members of the arm- aerlousnexs. I.

i you to call byLAW and look service to the people of Starke ed forces and their families. It is an acknowledged fact that ". Tablets'

and surrounding community. Office "Why go out of town for com- I. clean clothes wear longer than School Bags .

I t hours are 9 a. m. to 10 p. m, plete optical service when we dirty and neglected clothing. i
er dally bring it to you?" Mr. Brannen Therefore Junius M. Smith, proprietor n

times parents criticize asks. And the people of this section of the Starke Dry Cleaners ,; Pencils Rulers t'1
"Many this '
TEY their children for making poor are welcoming oppor- & Laundry, is again calling
the truth tunity to obtain optical service '' attention of mothers to the I
if 'the
school when Ink Crayons
. 8T Mrs. Mamie Crews grades known in it is really the par- without the Inconvenience of prompt and efficient dry cleaning Quality I "t

1 . . were is travelling to some nearby city. service that he I.
. . ents' fault because the I Bran- and laundry ,. .
Well, i lee the Telegraph isn't handicapped by poor eyesight' No The Jacksonville is located office!in Room offering' to the people of Starke Pen Staffs Paste ,
under Opticians surrounding community. ti ,
'work nen and
little rlnt child can do good St.
' few thee newswjll and his vis- 206, at 237 West Forsyth "Your children are more sensitive -
so I these injured Free transportation Is offeredto and conscious of their clothing Pen PointsNotebooks Scissors 1
LIokeep up be permanently tIJ
with It for awhile. ion might or Gainesville on ," Mr.
Jacksonville than
to cor- even grownups
Rowe taken
of Jacksonville I* unless steps are for scientific -
Xltlnr and Fridays mothers "No one
R. Mr. Bran- Mondays Smith reminds
1 c- Crews this week rect the deficiency, eye examination. :Make your can know the harassment and Notebook Fillers ,
C. t
? Kelly and son. Win nen stated. appointment early. unhapplnesa of a child who isforced 'I

Id,, and"a. Erma Ce. webwerevisttlra Brannen Opticians offers ser- to go to school In dirtyor Protractors. }
UmaUlla. clothing.
CHfRCH unpressed
, of Starke Kelly'In aunt Mrs. Col- moved from Crews Lawtey and son to, H. C. and LAWTEV The Lawtey Baptist Church can be expected to do his best II ':t aS
the C. R. "
"''PtaI I State Farm visiting I* W. hold Its regular meeting with work under such' conditions. I
Raiford Rowe were will I '
Friday after- Lloyd School at 10 a. m.. and Now that we are rapidly con- '1

!1(0!. Pencil Page, Sr. Friday made night.a businesstrip Sunday services at 11 a. m., each I verting to the peace time era, Mr ,
and< Francis Crews H C. Crews church the importance .
' stressing
GOd! Monday. Smith Is also I 11
I Store
.C rewa awn Saturday were visiting morning.:Mrs. to ARRIVALS Jacksonville Sunday.The revival meeting will begin of and patronizing keeping our home money Industries at- Koch Drug f ftJi

leis Yarbrough has moved NEW ofLawtey second Sunday in September necessity -
Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore the will begin each home. "Through people P.. .
>ny community to Mar announce the blrt hot a SePt 9. ,Services have become more laundry 4 :'
the pastor
t'C.. August 25. evening at 8:30: and conscious than ever before," he ;;t
. Kelly son on Norris will announce :
vas In Umatllla Rowe of ReV. J. L. "They appreciate the many .
blUlne :Mr, and Mrs. Percy him later. says I
ayeNs s. the birth of a who'wUl assist , '
: announce .
Mr*. j. c. Hobbs have Lawtey


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known i.v! nttrriT coniT.COI'VTY. BRADFORD 'N ("IRrt --
I ICertltlcate
of gladioli. JAMBS If. MOSER of Issuance '' FLOItlOAl I.V CHAN- IT ""Ol''T
I I was pink No. 215 Year CUtTY. III
liinl ,
SOCIETY and CLUBS Following the ceremony the EMPLOYED AT BLANDING 1941.jieucrlptlufl. CKHY. CEHY. F'LOltlb\1, 1\
James H. Moser, whose wife of Property IiJE'4 Inman F. Eteede, Plaintiff v*. LII. Merritt P.
bride and groom cut the weddingcake of NE>,4 *: NE% otIE'4./: Sec. Soiwp. lie C. Steede Defendant Case No. Elsie lilac RPkin 1'1".
standing before an archwayof 'is the former Miss Callie Strick tt S. 11. it B. 3964. Case No. H.pkr.
.1 and white. The table land of Kingsley Lake, recently : Name In which assessed, Mrs. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 91172ORIDEIt L
Amy Moore To Wed I Miss Odessa McRae green Onie Freeman; or I.t
was covered by a lace cloth and received an honorable discharge A portion of Certificate No. 217 STATE OF FLORIDA to Lillie AND: NOTI'p': < ': Tn 1IL11\:

ir T. E. Strickland Becomes Bride Of centered by the three-tiered wedding from the Army In which he held I year of issuance of Property 11141.tfescrlption 8ft" > of C'. Hteede, whose residence :is 8127 Mae STATE HopmH,", 1 Pl.,,'1111'1) AP.
rank of 1st Reynolds Street, Brunswick, Oa. wh ..
decoratedIn the 1 lot In NK Cor.v. unknown. .
: cake, which was $14 Vt of dW /* ox
tw On September 9th. Robert E. TaylorMr. surmounted sergeant ana- IS \ of road ..t eX about I A on a You are required to appear onSt'It..mber You arc
white and by a 1 'Side. W of road lit: At ex that pur- 17, 1945, In the above September r"'IIH"' '1 '", .
: Mr. Leonard Vincent Moore of( and Mrs. M. McRae miniature bride and groom. On nK} w employedby I IoJ ut rOad 1U, "ec. 21 Twp. 6 named Court and cause, wherein. named. "?1._4. J"I', ." 'II 'I
Harley seeks "''' ,
either sldtof the cake were the Post En- H. It 22 13, less Com at W side of plaintiff divorce. Bradford Plaintiff s, IU "
the the of their 8 line of County Telegraph shall publlxh thin. die 'II, ,
Starke announces engagement announce marriage at Uoad 13, 1 ioU ft. N on : "
lighted tapers In crystal holders. gineers Camp uf Ac run N ZOO ft. W Ordor In next four weekly iHsues ffiX'iFtew "hUll
marriage of hla daughter Odessa Robert E. c.ti',4' ';\ 8W/4 /) *
and approaching to
I Presiding at the punch bowl Blanding.He I .;i.o It, a 20U It, l U to pt of lien Witness my hand and official Witness ";' """k
j' daughter. Amy Julia to Mr. Taylor son of Mr. and Mrs. Sim- was a I See.: 21 Twp 6 S. H. 22 H.sumo : I Heal at Htorke )Florida thl August at Stark, l'l.nlda IIIill", ." 'I. '
were Mrs. Bernard Eggers and nmmsoeu, Un- 11, 1945. It";
The in wiilun 1045
of \
1 f tWE Treadwell Eaton Strickland L, eon on B. Taylor Adel Ga. Mra. B. M. McRae. Assisting in member of the t of the late Mr. and Mr. T. E. Impressive was I v. .v. \/p r iIAL, tEAt: .
ceremony per- Florida National Certlflcat No. 68 Year of IsUance Am l'rk"f; said Count As : '
I Clerk .1
Strickland of Belle Glade, Fla. formed In the home of the brides serving were Miss: Gwendolyn Mc '' ,, ititA.Ilescription! .1. 8 HarrlHon ,Law Exchange Bids. R. H. of 'aid, ,'UII,
Rae, Mrs. Robert Myrlck, Miss Guard a a d entered of Property, Lot 8 Jacksonville Fla. Atty fur PIt Duncan. -i| l.vl\i
The wedding will take place parents, Saturday August 25, at active service of UlK 21 Templev. Audit lull to 8.17 4t 9-7 Ja'kIlOflViile' ""h.rlda, r
a ] Sunday afternoon Sept. 9. at 5 : eight/ o'clock. The Rev. W." E. Lucille Crosby and Mrs. Arthur In November Htarke, /Sec.: 2H 'Iwp. 6 S. H. 23 li.Name 8-21 tL 9-14 ttt3

: Ni p. m., In the home of Miss : Hall pastor of the Pine Level i McRae. 1940 as a a known; In which assessed, Un- I.N rintTiT ('flinT, nnA Fonn -

Moore's Mater Mrs. Paul Ray Baptist Church officiated.The I After spending some time with member of the Certificate No. 283 Year. of IssUance ('0(1'"I'Y. FLOHIOAl l.\ CHAN.

mond of Starke. marriage vows were sol their guests Mr. and Mrs. Taylor 124th Infantry I' 1D41.Ueaclpiion. of Property All 1 Harold CKHV.P. EToderlch, Plaintiff, vs. -

Miss Moore is well-known emnized before a simulated altar I left for a short wedding trip. 31st Division, at SW Y. of 51 Wi! \ of NU/4 K of road. Mildred 'Broderlck Defendant. Case "
.. In J2 Twp. 6 S. R. 22 K. No. mo. t.
Mra. Taylor traveled a tailored 1>""
throughout Florida having been of green flanked by tall baskets Camp Blanding. His outfit later Name In which a"ne<..,,". Hoover- ORDER OK PUBLICATIONANI
Woodman Circle of white zinnias and Illuminated dress of light blue wool with F NTTT1CE
active In the went to Ft. BennIng as a demon- flhor TO APPEAR '
white accessories. Bald property being In the STATE OF FLORIDA Mildred
organization and serving as man- 'by lighted tapers in graduated stration unit at the Officers Candidate -, County of Bradford., State of )FlorIda. ; Broderlck, whose residence:la Mum- : ,

ager of District Seven for the candelabra.A The bride attended local schools, School. ford, N. Y. 4if.w: ... ,
Unless Much certificate certl .
or ""
past eight years. program o f nuptial music and since her graduation from He was later transferred to Ft. fiestas shall be maumed. accord)n* A"n'You. ,ttu are.> 9.A required_ 1(14'K I to n ftA appear o tmm/a on -- ,, .v,
: : Mr. Strickland Is associated was played by Mrs. Arthur Mc- Bradford High School has been Jackson S. C., where he Joinedthe to Jaw .ne property aeucrioeu in named'-Court' -nd' cause -wherein-
Much certificate certificates will
with the Holloway Construction Rae pianist. The traditional wed- employed at Camp Blanding. The 87th Division then to Ft. Me- bu Bold to the ur highest bidder at plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

Company of Belle Glade. ding marches were used. Clellan, Ala., where he volunteered the court house door on the flrMonday Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this
bridegroom was associated In In month of October 1U46wl.lcn
Mrs. Vesta Myrlck, sister of for overseas duty. He was In the let day of October: : Witness my hand and official seal ,
business with his father before at Florida, this August 22,
sent to Germany and became a 11145. 4f.tarke.
: Birthday Party the bride was the matron of hon- i
Hated thla 27 day of August.
or. She wore a gown of pink entering the army in 1043. He member of the fighting 69th Division : 1945. (OFFICIAL SHAL) A. J. ThomasAs

*., ,For Charlene Dennis taffeta with full skirt and fitted has recently returned from service a part of the First Army.He OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thonian Clerk of said Court.T. .
was in the 273rd Infantry, Clerk of Circuit: Court of Bradford Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida
I I MM. James H. Dennis enter I bodice. Her corsage was of pale In Europe with Patton's County Florida. 8-31 4t -21 Atty for PIt 8-24 4t 9-14
?1 blue asters. Miss Lucile Crosby. which made the first actual con- THE

tained in honor of her daughter. as bridesmaid, chose a gown of Army and received his discharge.Out tact with 'the Russians on the ." ("ut.1"1'1' (';;:;;'1'. IlIt.UJFOIIU I .-. ...._ _. ..._ wL__' 'rY _..._ ONLY
Charlene Elizabeth, on her 4th of town guests' were Mr. Elbe River. ('OVV'I'Y: ; FLOIII1).%. 1V-: (:".%)IJJ. me :gn 01 itaaiani iieniin
blue taffeta. fashioned like that
-I.. birthday anniversary. at her home of Mrs. Myrick. Her corsage was and Mrs. Herbert L. Hayes and He holds the Combat Infantryman's (>:nv.Johnnie. Mlxon Wilder Plaintiff 'tFLORIDA DEFEN!!
on Weller St., Wednesday August
VH. Loyn M. Wilder, Defendant Case
'S 22. of pink asters. daughters Mrs. Ella Neal C, R. Badge the ETO ribbon No. 4000.

Cpl. Boyce Black of Charlotte, Neal and Miss Marian Neal of with two campaign stars, the OHUliR': OF PUBLICATION
I 'k About 25 young people were Good Conduct ribbon and the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
N. C., was best man for the pre- against WindstormInsurance
present to enjoy this occasion Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. T. M. STATM OF FLORIDA to: Loys
-1. bridegroom and Cpl. Craig Ageeof Pearl Harbor ribbon. He returned 1\{. Wilder whose address. la-.204
? I with Charlene and the center of Akron Ohio, served as usher. Crawford Mrs. Owen McRae :Mr.! to the States on June 20 and A. Monitor Street North Charleston (to pay |r

: .ii attraction was the beautifully Iced and Mrs. S. P. Yarbrough of Lake received his June 30. South Carolina. the
_ The bride was given In mar- discharge You are required to appear on damage it cause
; j;.q birthday cake topped by four ;
October 1, 1945 ,ln the above named
her father. Her wed- Butler Cpl. Black of Char-
riage by Boyce
1 pink candles. i.v: c'litrriT Coiuti' HHADFOHH Court and cauxe wherein plaintiff See Us!
ding gown tea t u red a basque lotte, N. C., Mrs. Susie Myrick ('01>.VTV' PLO1IIII.4I I.N: OI.WCKH : seeks divorce. Bradford County
J .t- Ji Miss Kate Struth helped entertain bodice of lace with long fitted v. Telegraph shall publish this Order
the children with outdoor of Lake Geneva. Cpl. Craig Ageeof Sura Tempel ,volt, Plaintiff, vs. In next tour weekly IMBUCH.Wltnemi .
sleeves. The full chiffon skirt Akron Ohio Mrs. Bernard J. Muses Wolf, Defendant.. Cane. No. my hand and official
!. games and PinnIng the Tail on fell In soft folds. Her veil of 31)98.) seal at "Htarke, Florida, this auth!. Charley E. Job]
Eggers Mrs. R. A. Hall and W.
the Donkey" was won by
_ _ V 1 : Illusion was caught to her hair J. Jewell of Jacksonville. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. FLORIDA LIVER TDNIC AgencyPhone
'. .. % : ) ,fl LaMorte. with a Venetian tiara 0 f seed STATE OF FLORIDA to Moses AB Clerk of Bald Court.T. .
-. / Wolf whoae residence and Post Frank Landrum, Starke Florida.
'I j Mrs. Dennis was assisted in i pearls and was edged with ChantIlly St. Mark's Office address In: Mr. MaseH Wolf Atty .for Plf. fc-31 4t 9-21 LIVER TONIC is designed to IS STARK]
.: serving by Mrs. Hal Alexander lace. Her bridal bouquetwas AuxiliarySt. 87 Rue Con pa nil. Paris, France. aid nature rvulore thai vigorous ietling,
You are NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOIl .d only when fiver act nor-
and Mrs. J.' M. Smith. required to appear on noy) your
I ; of white asters and tuberoses Mark's Woman's Auxiliarywill September 28, 1945, In the above TAX lIBEl mally. Wearlnen, headaches caused by ." '.
.. centered with an orchid. Her on- named Court and cause, wberelnplaintIff house Bill :\10. 1MIU biliousness and that mKerable run-down
hold its first regular full Heekn divorce Bradford NOTICE 1H HEREBY lIVEN (...ling are usually relieved within an S:
rt Victory Dance ly ornament was a single strandof meeting. after having been ail- County Telegraph shall publish that F. M. Packham the holder of hour by the us. of this aentle acting: ...,,,.
pearls, a gift o f the bride this order In next four weekly Issue the following certificates has filed tlmulaler. Keep it on your medicine she li
.. Next Thursday lourned for the summer months .*. Bald certificate. for a tax deed for the benefit ol the whole ioroily.. Get RsprcMntlng. THE TRAVELERS,,I I Issssrr
groom. on Friday evening September 7, Witness my hand and official to b.. l issued thereon. The certi your bottle now-any Drug Store.
Heal at Starke, Florida, this ficate numbers. and years of l IB-
The Junior Woman's Club will The bride's mother Mrs. H. M. at 8 o'clock In the Rectory. All 7. 1945. Aug-ust nuance, the description of tha property
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Z entertain with an Informal "Vic McRae wore a flowered gown of members and ladles of the parishare (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas and the names in which It .
. blue and white and her corsageSurprisIng urged to be present. AH Clerk of Maid Court was assessed are OM follows:
tory Dance" at the clubhouse Walter C. llardey, lIox 429. Day- Certificate No. 62, Year of Issuance .
.3. 1 : ; Thursday Sept. 6. An orchestra tona Ileach Fla. Atty. for Pit. 1941.V."crlvtlon. The finest
"_H ..,. _09'.. of Prooertv. .A 1A -
fl will be from Blan- L v-v. Steaks
; . :: present Camp undivided interest In NKVi of NEvt N g
;. h .!$ ding and dancing will begin at 9 iv rinrriT rot HT lilt tlF0161)Cu ex Itt A In NE Cor &: ex about 7 foods '
1 vrv, FI.OItIIJ1' {'IIAVc. : A In SE Cor & ex platted land<
i. : p. m. Admission wll be 75c a .. nr, In SW: Cor & ex a strip 130 feet H Shrimpat
L ; : couple and SOc stag. William, Oerard, (HHO! known aa wide N &: 15. N of Elk t. & 7 of Hell- reasonable
William Uerardl), Plaintiff I I bronn I
I VB. Springs, Also all that portionof
; l The general public Is Invited Catherine Conley llerard, Defen NWVi vf NKi/4 K of road ex Lobsters

.: and all military personnel both dan :. Cane_ No.._ 3995.ijti&'ui .!'. ._ __ _____ 1V4 _A In NW Cor & ex platted "...:"" 1>8
4 yp.c ; OK1 I'lJHLICATION land In SB Cor &: ex a strip 130 ft o
: officers and enlisted men. Arrangements S AND NOTICE TO APPEAR N & 8 N of Blk 4 llellbronn SPBS.,
r are being made by STATE OF FLORIDA to: Catherine Sec. 36 Twp. 5 S. K. 21 E. ,
c :, Isn't It, the way sum Cleaners now . Martha Smith Conley (Jerard, whoRe residence Name In which asuesHed. < Green "
j Miss Sara Poythress Chairman ot mer has a habit of rolling a- and dotter Diana are vacationingIn and Post Office Address In: & Mitchell; Court & Call St.
the Social Committee Miss Carolyn Mm. Catherine Conley Oerard. 67285th Certificate No. 221 Year of IB, ..rp rrrrrrrrr sras
round and before we.know..., it, Shubuta Miss. . Bunny -- Street.! Brooklyn I New, York. luance 1941. Food
Cren and Mrs.,Robert! Turner. here we are on the thjesholqof! Kldd is off for CoJ mbla--S.; C. : You are required to appear on Description of Property Lots George Kopelousos
September 28, 1945, In the above 2,' 3 of Elk 21
another school term : ,/Looked (the Knight's. Sub-Dlv II 141and
Captain's station
"t new ) 'cause named Court and cause, wherein of SW'j of SEV. eec 21 Twp 8 S. Owner
bY '. For a while like Principal Foster they're staging a big dance she plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford< It. 22 t!'
Shl Smith would have to Just can't afford County Telegraph shall publish thin Name In which assessed Un
to miss . Order In nest four weekly Indues.WltnenH known.A .
along with about a 00 percent Hear Comer Long was on his way my hand and official portion of Certificate No. 257 UIDON"Eat

Faculty, but by diligent bush- to the Pacific when V-J Day Intervened iieal 27, Starke Florida this AuEUBt Year Description of Issuance of Property 1941. Lot 5

beating he expects to have a full and they sent him backto (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas of ITlk 27. LivIngston, Truby &

line-up when the starting gun Blandlng . Al Manassa Is An Clerk of said Court. CD'S Addition to Town of Starke. ,
Walter C. Hitrdesty, Box 429 Daytona Sec. 28
Twp. 8 S. R. 22 E.
: fires Monday morning . A- In a California hospital as the Peach, .Florida' Atty.. for I'lf Name In which Assessed, Cecil At The Best And Forget The ResiREFINEMENT '
mong the faces we'll miss will result of an emergency appen. 8-31 4t21 L. Don grins!

be Sue McQulston who had planned dectomy . Writes that Elvalee iv! ciitcirr cm-KT- Bit \UFOII.. Certificate 1541.Description. No. 274 Year of Issuance fr-rsrrrtra-s-rrss-rs1Ssrssrrrr--j--rrrsj-r 4't

to teach right up until the has a swell job right In the same COIIN'fY, FI.UUIUAl I.V {;II\N- of Property, Fracl
last minute . But the Army hospital . Practically a perfect. fKHV.Harvey A.: D. "W11 holm, Plaintiff I Addition Lots C, D to of Smirks Blk 35 lIec., J.28 M., Twp.Johns 6

has a habit of changing plans, setup eh what? . Glimpsed vs. Elizabeth: Ann Wllhelm, Defen //I. R.22 E.
dant. (Can No. 4002. In'which
44 V you know , Back In the line Bess Burns 1 look In'" refreshed i ORDER OF PUBLICATION known Name; assessed Un

up will be Evelyn Ritch who was after a recent week In Daytona AND NOTJCK TO APPKAHSTATB Certificate. No. 288 Year of Issuance .

: Starke's absent from the halls of learn. . Says she used the time to beth Ann OF Wllhelm FLOK1DA whoHe to:addrenal I 1ifl. 1541.Description. of Property, B'/4, A in every necessary detail in a Service

: The ing last year And by the way catch up on her reading . l",-102 W. tlorftaa Lane lerman- Com at NW Cor of NWVl of SWW t available locally and widely known
finest this touch of fall In the air reminds town You, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania &: run 8 on Heo line to a post. for its modest its wholesome
are required to appear on thence E to within 60 ft of the cost ,
; me that the first football Spotted an' Jotted: Amy Moorewho'll October 1, 11145, In the above named center; of Ry, thencei N Parallel courtesy and always tactful sympathy.DEWITT .
fame will be played with Lake ( become Mrs. Stricklandon Court and cause, wherein plaintiff with Byto N line oft said NW'4
restaurant B seeks divorce and award of child of 8W'4, thence W to
Butler here on Sept 14 . Better Sept. 9) happily thrilled with to defendant. Bradford County 33 Twp. 6 H.! H. 22 E. beg Sec. 'I-:

and bar give the old lungs a tryout the set of silver presented to her Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues this OrderIn Jones:Name In which asHessed J. C.
so you'll be in good shape for 'as a "going away" gift by the Witness my hand and otfl'ialseal Certificate; No. 330 Year of Issuance -

the opener . Woodman Circle District which at, Starke 1843.OFFICIAL Florida this 2ilthAuMTUxt 1941.1)eseription. .11 C. JONES
of Property AllVA -
she has'managed for the past ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas. of IEIq: of S\vyt W of Ry Sec. all AMBULANCE SERVICE
The Old Home Week atmos- eight years .' . Bill Duke (ex- An. Clerk of Bald Court.T. Twp 7 S. R. 22 E.
la thick Frank Latidrum Starke Florida Name In which assessed T. J. Funeral Director
phere around here OPA rent
SIZZLING8TKAK A right control director now Atty. forPlf.. 8-31 4t B-.81 Alderman. ,
now with T. Weeks strolling1 down a Navy "Storekeeper") passing iv' -- All of said; property being In the STARKE PHONE 7
Call Street Saturday through town ciitri-iT' roi-RT. IUIAI>FOIU> County of Bradford State of Flor-
i completely In his natty white ('OI NTV. PLOUIUtl I.V Cll.t.VtiouV. : ida.
dressed In civilian clothes (except uniform and stopping to chat a ., Unless. such certificate or certi Our local funeral home enables (us to
Irene .
t4 LOBSTER for belt which he was on moment with Eddie Davis . Urown Brown Defendant.Plaintiff 1'axe v No.. Russell 4003. to ficates law shall the be property redeemed described according In offer conveniences and services not

his way to buy) and Buddy Judy McRae returning last Friday !- ORDKH OK PUBLICATIONAND such certificate or certificates will otherwise available.

Bishop glimpsed dyked out for a to Lawson General Hospital STATE NOTICE OF TO APPEAR tie sold to the highest. bidder at
to: RunHell the
SIIRnllM court house door on the
fishing trip Wednesday morning Atlanta for another operation Brown, Whose address la Box Monday In Month of October 11145, We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prlcel :
. Seems T. rates . After U2. Powhatan Point Ohio. which IM that... lut. ttav nf__ fhfttrktm__ .
a dischargeand his AXTlpCtAfl. _ n__ rflnnliavcralie _.__.._... You are required to appear on ill 45.- --- -- --. w_ *.' accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by .A.. y Qpaoy.
cmCKEN will go back to railroading and the 'wife might October 1, 1945, In the above
go to her named Dated this 27th day of August as payment In part or In full on. a funeral. consult
after Court and cause, wherein plain I S
resting up a week or so home In Hope Valley. R. I. 45.
tiff Heeki
divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. carries no obligation.
. Quite a coincidence, his might return to Starke , It's Telegraph shall publish thla Order. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
arriving at Blanding the night a tOM up . Glimpsed the Henry In Witness next four weekly l IMeuee. County Florida.. 8-31 4f I-U ..,.;
my hand and official seal
B last week that his doting sister Manasaas back in town after at Htarke! Florida. this 2'Jth Au- - ...

_ t1 : For Virginia Smith (Mrs. Junius) was three days at Fernandina Beach, gUilt( 1945.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, LWWWffWWJWUJWLrWJW1--! ,

,. on duty at the Red Cross canteen looking as If they'd soaked up at An Clerk of Raid Court : I

: Connoisseurs Bet she was so excited ; least :SO percent of all available T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida. '

she forgot to give him a dough- : sunshine . Atty. for Pit. 8-31 4t 9-21 Flash JUST'RECEIVED !

J'i nutl! , Buddy (not quite so fortunate IV' (.IIU..T CO I'HT. II II AD FORD ---

,4 ) will report to Camp Chaf- Call Street 1 Is pulling hard for COl'VTV.. KI.OttlUAl I\' CHACKHT. \.

ofGood 0 tee. Ark., at the expiration of his twoof its most popular Thomas H. Lowry, Plaintiff, v..

0-day furlough . I "old timers", who are critic i fendant.Winifred fane Hone No.Colonly 4001.OltDErt .Lowry, De PENCO

ally ill: Joe Alvarez and Noon (IF PUBLICATION-:

,; Food Hear Elaine Edward*, with her Wainwright (Sr.) . Hear that STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Wini

mother and several friends, spent Earl Campbell Is a twobusinessman fred KoKe Colonly Lowry, whose

'. _ and 0 last just week taking fishing it easy swimming in general and at Temple now Ave.that bowling he's purchased alley from the address October You are unknown.required In the to above appear named on i::llCHLORO I:::llPHENYL T

Drink Louie Kahr's cottage on Santa Steve Weldon . Seems like the Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County RICIILOROETHANEINSECTICIDE

Fe . Add
good news: Dink Army Just won't let Calvin Wil) Telegraph shall publish this Order

I Hart reports to Blanding on Sept. llama stay close) to home . In next, four weekly Issues

9 for a discharge . Also hear After all those years in the Pacl- seal. Witness at Htarke my hand Florida and this official 29th

that T. K. McClan Is due In fic. he's off again-this time to AtiKtmt, 1945.OFFICIAL .
from the South Pacific some time California ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
. Hear Ben Stern. A. Clerk of Maid Court.
next month for the same purpose berg Is studying French (the I T. Frank Landrum, Stark, Florida SPRAY

. Hear Glen and Scootle Duke language) in Paris . Charles Atty. for Plf. 8-31 4t -21

were fishing In the Oklawaha and Rosa Mae Burton are a trifle NOTICK OF APPlICATION FOil

i : River when the recent hurricane homesick, way up there at Fort H...."r TAX nut: UKEIt\.. 1HUJ: You've Heard About It You've Read About It Now It's Here,

; ; headed for Texas and In the general Lewis, Wash., and would appreciate NOTICE! IS HEREP-Y lIVEN
confusion that '1'. J. Alderman the holder
which i resulted. cf
hearing from any or all Call. the following ONE QUART SUFFICIENT TO FEET
certificate has filed TREAT 250 Sq.
... # Glen lost his wallet and the boat streeu . Their home address aid certlflcatea'for a tax, deed la

Dining OutTonight -capsized! . Scootie says she Is 2601( N. Lawrence St., Tacoma. number be issued. thereon. The certificate

:! : ? In felt"Perils like she of wan Pauline"playing. .the. Gladto lead Wash. . are description the names 118 folowi and In of which year: the.of It property was issuance assessed and.the HURRY! HURRY! --- FIRST COME FIRST SERVEGUY'S

f see F. C. (Pop) Flores and
: IH>nt'
i',,. forget to attend the exhibition Certificate No. S3 Year of 111-
,'i have dinner here In a pleasant Us pleasant wife back at the the Blanding IRTC in unnce 1941.lescription. ,

.-. atmosphere where you know Camp Diner after a three month'svacation staging In the U SOon Labor l SW of SW of,& Property B".... 15. ;Twp.N'nf }

in Georgia. Texas, and Day . They're a. It. 20 E.
-I 1 the food will be deliciously going to a lot Name
: cooked and attractively served. Alabama . of trouble for this event and. known; in which assessed: Un MARKETSOUTH

'twould be disappointing not to Certificate No. 23 Year of !..
L Glad to announce that I finally have uanc* 141.
a good crowd So long
Dencrlptlon of WALNUT
__ located Pat Larobe . She's . See you there . Sf NE",, fit SWI* Property Sec. U Twp.NU 1 6 STREET. STARKE FLORIDA"PAGE

busy as a bee at the New Method --Carolyn.I *:. K- 20Name rt
In wjilcb assessed, UB-

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LOCAL NEWS A. J. Thomas clerk of the cir- Sgt. and Mrs. Alton i ii, '
IBIrs of cuit court attended the annual daughter. Eloise Dobbs and Cpl Ellsha\ Griffis, Jr.. son of IS personnel and will occupy six dIng and no sales of this property ,
clerks convention In Jacksonville and Mrs. Inez Mr. and Mrs. E. Grlffis. Sr.. of warehouses.No I I will be conducted there. All 1'
Kelly last
spent week
Tampa, Starke and Miss Pauline Dawkinsof
I ''
last Friday. Lakeland and Plant automotive equipment or' ales will either be held at the
Powell spent last : Billy Jackson returned to the The Rev and Haines Mrs. Earl City. Noi'thampton. England were machines will be included In the I: State Offices In Jacksonville or vu, 'y
Mary Campbell 1
'tIN Ga.. visiting I hospital in Rome, Ga.. Monday.He and retuned I and son. married there August 23. .
family have
\'ald08ta from a Donnie are spending a few daysIn Mr. materials kept on hand at Blan- Regional in Atlanta, Ga. t a
tn Harmon Walker. stopped over for several days vacation and Mrs Joe C. Hoover
rousts Mrs. Olson wentksonvll1l with his sister in Thomaston Ga. W. H. spent Miami. St. Augustine where Donnie is recently spent! a day visiting Ad..nw..a (
Titus Nollman of
: eno' !trs' Tuesday to meet Mrs. Earl Johnson and son, C. Ashvllle, N. under medical care. Mr. Camp- friends in Pulatka and Jacksonville -
Holt Mrs. J. E. and tSarke was looking after bell spent the week-end with From where I '
8 sister Miss Ruby Wilson and Mrs property Interests here this week. them sit.. Jy Joe Marsh .,
Olson t the summer J. M. Brownlee spent Saturday In Among those Week-end guests of :Misses Ida- I
spent attending Camp
!)>'' *'hO .' nts in Illinois.]] Gainesville with Mrs. S. T. Dell. O'Leno near! High Springs for the Week-end guests o f Mr. and lou and Marjorie Davis were
Mrs. W H. Smith .
,' \tree C. taught school in Misses Rae and Mary Anne past two weeks were Mrs.Smlth's Misses Elaine and I Norma Parramore y i
Lillf but willr" Coleman ]have returned from two were John An- mother and sister, :Mrs. of Orange Lake and Miss Lawn Mowers-
f for several years weeks in Miami. thony and Valrle Anne Rains and R. C. Weaver and Miss\ Coyless
this term. Betty McRae of McIntosh. Theyare
Tallahassee Billy \\oodard.Mr Weaver of
Jacksonville. Dick I
I11 In Brown and childh Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins re- fellow s t u dents at KSCW.Tallaliasaee .
MarcUS and Florerte: are turned Sunday from a month In I and Mrs R. S. McDowelland Smith returned with them for a Prewar Versus Postwar u
1 arcus[ In Tallahassee Hot Springs, Ark. !sons! Julian and Harry, of few days visit. ;
" "dog)' this, week a tonsil- Miss Jackie Strickland of Jacksonville will be Sunday dinner Mrs. H. H. Newman and son, Will Curry Isn't falling for From where I sit there's a lot
J .e rarcus underwent Kingsley Lake spent several days guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Harold and Mrs. W. H. Ritter Surplus Army Goods those pictures of a postwar life of good sense in what Will says.

m)'. Cannon is spending a last week with Miss Betty Hayes. Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward. spent Gainesville.Dr. Tuesday. afternoon In To Be StoredAt of ease. lIe wan sweating over A little honest effort never hurt I

ios week In Alabama Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Miss Betty Mr. and Mrs. L C. Halle of Camp BlandingAs his lawn mower the other day, anybody. And there should be
this Hayes and Miss Phyllis Strickland St. Petersburg are spending several and Mrs. S. M.: Jones of when somebody shows him pictures more to our post-war plans than t
; [?! k Holllngsworth left spent Tuesday shopping In Jack- days this week with Mr. and Miami arrived Tuesday for a a part of a nation-wide plan of a mower that runs unhow to make life comfortable :
: some time sonville. Mrs W. O. Halle.Mr short visit with Mr. and Mrs F. der Its own power. and easy
esday Jon-In-law to spend and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver of and Mrs One A. Wiggins F. Stump and Mrs. Wm. H. to expedite the disposal of surplus "Shucks," uiys Will. "I UI,. n Outdoor work-work you do J. y

her 1is. James L. Hair In Jacksonville spent the week-end had as guests last week Mr. and Thomson.Mrs. Army property, the Department lawn mower that gives you some with your hands. and your back '
and with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp. Mrs. Foster Smith and daughter I E. L. Weaver and granddaughter of Commerce la In the pro backtalk and exercise. It -onghttobepartofeverybody's) ; t 1
Gayle Swell left Thur.Or Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Elizabeth and Miss Martha Brid- Ernestine Whitbeck' cess of organizing a storage unitat the old blood circulating and post-war plans. And on a hot ,
II where and daughter Carolyn last ger all of Bladenbora, N. C. have returned to their home in' : a
cambridge, Mass., spent Camp Biandlng where. large works np it wonderful thirst. day: M Will nays: ,there's always
/ a dietetic inbMpltal week-end with friends In Daytona Among those attending Camp Staunton, Va., after spendingsome I
TIIlI interne as O'Leno quantities of slow moving items "Then, Will adds with rest that sparkling glass of beer as a"there'm I
Beach. time with
I near High Springs for the Mrs. Weaver'sbrother
there. reward!
nothing In the whole
Sewell spent sev- Miss Madeline Lecln left Wed- past two weeks were John An- and sister-in-law, Mr. and will be k"pt In warehouses.
,II minla week with friends nesday to enter New York University : thony and Valrie Anne Rains and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Frank I*. Maxwell, formerly of world that tastes as good as a, cSk.aIC4Mj. ?... I
bys !this BillY Woodard. the Jacksonville office of the cheerful glass of beerl" ; 1
I Cpl. and Mrs. Teddy] Brooks
1IIIPa. J. powell and daughtery Mrs. I. Lecln is spending this I Mr and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland spent last week-end at Daytona Dept. of Commerce, Is In charge gl
a c and Mrs. Powell's sls- week-end In New York City with sons. Julian and Harry of Beach. of the Camp Blanding project I Copyright. 1945, United Stottt Drown FfllUkl.Jlw.1 r

|,,jw Mrs 0. Carter spent her father. 'I Jacksonville will) be Sunday, din- Miss Marian Love returned this which will employ approximately boa"_f 'gf
in Gainesville Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Newman ner guests of Mr. and Mrs John week to her home in HomaaiiHsa ___ f
jay ehoppgke _ _. __ '_ . -.- - '. --= ,
_ _
Cocorls returned from and son Harold and Lt. and Mrs. Uglow and Mrs. p. F. Ward. after spending several days with : : :-,0-: : ::: u. : :::: = -:: -j 1

nville Monday where ,he W. H. Ritter spent the weekendin Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Haile of St. Misses Patsy and Caroline Keen.
, weeks visiting friends. Tallahassee visiting Capt. New- Petersburg are spending several Mrs. Mary Krumrine of Westminster -
t ra,,two Bill\ Powell and children, man's relatives. days this week 'with Mr. and Mrs. Md., arrived Tuesday to WHEN\ YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK t I r rH
W. O.
U A. Bishop and Miss LllffasJ Mrs. Carl Jackson l' e urned Halle. spend several weeks as the guestof M
spent Sunday after- Tuesday night from three weeks Sirs T. F. Brown of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshalland
In St. Augustine. with Mrs. S. H. Swearingen. in spent Saturday afternoon with family. IT'S TIME TO RECAPLET '.1 :
Bertha! Loper Is spending:' Quincy, III. Mrs. D W. Moore. Rev. and Mrs. J. L. West spent
n of this week with her sis- Leo WUkovski, BM 2-c. has Mrs. Effie Johns, Mr .and Mrs Tuesday: sightseeing in Silver

Mrt Herbert Cloversettle, In been awarded the Purple Heart Oscar Carter and David Brown Springs. This was their first trip US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room iryl lit''
onville. for injuries received in action spent Wednesday with Mrs. Carrie and they enjoyed It very much.
and Mrs. D. T. Clark of with the Navy In the South Pacific I Smith In Busbnell. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshalland
,,1 I have been called to Starke At present he Is in a naval I Mr. and, Mrs. J. W. Wainwright children and their guest, Mrs. I
of the serious illness of hospital In the Hawaiian Islands. i of Lacoochee spent a short while Mary Krumltne of Maryland spent RECAPPING ANI VULCANIZINGALL
[ Clark's father, N. D. Waln- He Is the son of R. B. Witkovskl : Tuesday with Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Tuesday afternoon and evening : r{ !
I Mrs. Robert E. Greene, Jr. relatives
ttt, Sr of Starke. visiting and friends in I I
: spent the week-end with Miss,1lartha Ocala. 21-HOUR SERVICE BEST MATEIIALSI\ '
____ ____ [_>->*_. Ryan In n. Jacksonville. Corbin Carnell of Ormond is ,
A Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mr. and Mrs spending a few weeks as guest of WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED) !
T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Annie Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott andF. ,
PECK Darby went up Sunday afternoonand A. Scott.
brought her home. W. P. Smith spent Sunday with I
i H. S. Burdette has been In the his son-in-law and daughter In ,
State Farm Hospital; this week Palatka.
with an infected foot. His condition Mrs. J. W. McCall and son.
i is Improving.Mr. Billy, were recent visitors to Sil- ?
and :Mrs. F. F. Flume are ver Springs.E. {t
spending two weeks with i Mr. P. Ritter ,of Hamlet, N. C., q
Flume's mother Mrs. Annie was a guest 'last week of his TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. ; i
h l
for Flume In King's Mountain, N. C. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and .
GUAftANTEEpBAKING Their daughter, Mrs. Resale Col- Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. f p'I'd' :
son and daughter, Diane, of Valdosta Hutto returned with him for the COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRESALSO
Ga., are staying in their week-end In Orangeburg and Columbia
home while they are gone. Cpl. I N. C. Mrs. Sharon Hall
Colson spent the week-end with and Miss Garnlta Huto enjoyedthe OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE
,AT FEATURED PRICES his family here week-end with friends at Fol- '

TIP"FOP'SUPERi'MARKET returned Miss Mary after visiting Sue Epperson relatives has in ley's Mrs.Beach M. C.Wells near Charleston.spent MondayIn '- --_ -: _.:.... ....:::;....d"O::':._.: .:-..':::. '::::'::...--r:: :..:..-- --:_ ---l

Tampa, St. Petersburg and Plant Jacksonville. Mrs. Tilghman
DARBY'S GROCERY City. She has as her guest. Miss Hutto and son'' Frankie returned
Mattilane Perdue of Jacksonville. I with her for two weeks visit here. ,
Mrs. T. F. Grady was shoppingin Cpl. Harold "Buddy" Bishop ar-
Jacksonville 'Tuesday of last rived last week to spend a 30-day HOW MUCH LONGER FROM NOW ON-
week. furlough with his parents Mr. r
Cpl. Comer Long arrived home and Mrs. H. A. Bishop followinga '
NAT SEZ: :Monday after serving nearly three tour of duty in the European WILL MV JOB AND I LL TELL' *j
years In the Army. He came Theatre. He reports to Camp .. -..
.j home from Italy and has been dis- Ark., at the expirationof ._-
Well, the war's over but I charged at Camp Blanding. He his leave and will probably go LAST ? WF.Y.
\)! predict tht>re'U be another little VOD :> .
Is the son of Mra. F. H. Long. I to the Pacific. ,r
skirmish or two about the time
*. q . .
of "
""i I get In the first shipment . .
men's shirts, pajamas, undershirtsand I i
shorts. In the meanwhile, I I'f
can't offer you a barrel, but I 1
do have a few old charred kegs Here it is : ; ,

I ain't using right now. If you ,.
don't mind getting a little Bmut- c: ;

ty, you might wear one of these ,; i A
during the emergency. UTILITY %L l Ij 'I ;'k.1: : f




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18 IN. LONG CHOICE OF COLORS '...._+, NY' 4' i 11

|4"d Other Good Quality J_ I 1 !
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School Clothes
For bathingFor ::;;; .PULPWOOD is a business with a t j

great peacetime future. The pulp and t h ht

SHIRTS I c shoppingCEILING paper industry hasn't any re-conver- : I"I '

sion"problem. It can start in today producing -! F

1.25 the things all the civilians ands'S :

__ f I PRICE $2.30 j returning service men are hungry for. .f' I f I ''

Dress 'A .. I, "And before we even get caught upon Ai ;

Trousers While They Last. . the back-log orders, the new uses '

2.70 .' that have developed during the war will ; ;,

to 5.95 $_ 00 PLUS 20c Y be calling for more and more pulpwood. '

FED. TAX "Your job is just as sure as any job i

SCHOOL SHOES could be, and if you have any friends .;i

x ** getting out of the service or out of war

cs\ 2.25AND I OCR 0\ tR RECORD.TWO MILLIONdOIUIKKH MOW *s 4 ' plants, tell them there are plenty of jobs '

: dI% 1 01 R>M VTUHKS.fM HMA 1HKHBMl K HAVHMAI I* in pulpwood-healthy, outdoor jobs with i t, .,
good pay and as much security as you,

1, can expect anywhere".
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ThemSternberg's L. D. Vininjr. Hal Edwards, Lester Kite, '
Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas 'M i iL.

T. DYER, Chairman rtI '

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l Mlxon, Annie Riley Y. C.
r e e FOR GENERAL ELEC- Griffin Howard Hazen. L. O. Lynch Mr*. R. W. Riley I Mr*. Entelle. Thoma.--!
QUALIFIED Orlffln, Hilda Hazrn. Mrs. Frankie M. Lamkln Ielard bfo rlygJlClyde S Rowland B. B. ,
\ i i-iill. Uatlln, Henry L. Harris William LeOrand. K M. Mohr, Ethel Rowland Klney Thollla. Mr.. ,
Clay TION OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, TO BEHELD Goldman, Samuel Howard, Mrs. V. E. Lamkin. Mr. LuclloI Mundorff, It. 7>7. Rowe LoHHle. Thotftne Nel II. Di

I Ueorge!, Mr. Ida. Howard, Joe A. Lawson H. E.Harris Mayhugh, Charlotte ., Mr*. M. L. ThlcPI H ,
Guy Fred fL Howard Heiilah Mr I Stump F. F.Sternberg "lei
SEPTEMBER A. D. 1915 Manning.
By Lura BurgessMy ON THE 11TH DAY OF Glover Foe.r W. O. Lecln. kvelynGriffis Mrs LauraNewsome Nat Theno.the. : \'
Henry Howard, Ella. Mae Lecln IsadorHufHtetler SlHtrunk O. M.
. . . . e Alvarez, J. M. Brownlee J. W.Blnkley Dowllnir, William E. Adklns. A. 2S. Mamie KavlH, Eddie Gallagher C. J. Ingram. MVs.{ Carrie: A. Lloyd Mrs Marble worthy, C. H.Nan Sapp W. M. Thomas;
day starts when" I unlock Andrews, J.Y.? Jr. I.rown Mildred E. Dahmer K. J. Gakln. Virginia; Johns, A. H. Levin, Dave worthy, Elizabeth Smith E. H. Torud Thomas' . MhY I R.
''Alvarez, A. L. Baker MrH. June Dahmer. Bernardino Gaynor, Harold Jenkins, A. O. Lecln. Molly UuaIe 11 l.
school door. I Norrls, J
S the house singI .
Anderson, A. W. Harden Johnnie' W. Drew, Homer T. Domes, Raymond. J. John, S. R. Lake Ol dy NorrlH Ellen HtumpH vo. Thomas' It""It1"O"lI'el
' feel well and the world is beau- Alderman, lioraAdklns Bryant, R. F. DavlH, Karl E. Grlder, Rufus. H.Greene Johns Ella F. LaMorte. Mignon l, William Sllcox, J. L. Tuck.,. Ij ..
. Lol Harden, uia Mae Dampler Rhoda Z. Gloria. Johns. Carl Llndsey A. L. MaxlneNunnery Hauls, Mr. Pearl r' It E
school buses Myrtle Blum Cell Dixon Mr. Katie Mrs. R' R Lindsey ),Ir... A. L.I Noegel Th ere, 11
tiful. Soon the ar- Anderson Gottlieb, Joe Johns, {. : Rudolph Sllcox, D. L.
Irving DcnnlM, lire. Myrtle Law ),Ir... Olden Thomnn, \\-11"\
Alvarez, Annie Ilium Godwin Henry T. Jacobs, Sarah W. H. Simmon, J. L.Nollman .
rive-the children pile out. I am Anderson J. L. blunter, cleo. C. K. Griffin, Leonard Johns, Calvin Lee L. L.; Nollman Mm. .- .. H. Sapp, J. B. Thomas :-; H. r
B. ,
Drliikell K.
Andreu A. O. Brown. }I. C. IIlrellAlvarez Griffin, Kuty L. Johns. (.h...... E. Lansing Mrs. Thomas OtldN
SlHtrunk Joe
'I' Mm. Davis :M.
Ii In the door to smile and greet Vincent Brown Mrx. Florence Davis, Ruth Green Carolyn Johns, Thelma' Benson. Lappe., Harry W.louver. Thorn!,:"' 111
Joe Slntrunk C. H.Sllcox iaS..I.
each; to ask about Allen's sore Andrew, Mr. Edith A. owllnif, Ernest J., Jr. } J. C. Johns, Thelma RedLappe.. MaudT. Noegel Jewel CelenaSllcox Thulll"'A ,I'
I'rany"n, W. I Kpprmun: Leona law Blanc'h..rdlI..mlngway. Torres Fa
Hattie *
Alvarez, Haynes, U. U grave nl.
toe and why George did not come Crutchfleld Chu I0ilwardn, Wm. McCoy, btarllngMcMillan Nunn LoisNoegel Walter Thomxnu; J
Nelle Johns, J. J.JoneH
Andrews F. O. .II"J",
H. Jr. Delia
V ,
i "4 4 to school yesterday It is time Alvarez, Krroll C'olley, J. F. EdwardH Huble Mae Hayes, )0;. W. Emma : Merrill Elizabeth Smith Junlu M.Swindle. \Stump
have I Alexander, J. B. Canova, Eunice C KdwardH: MrB. Dell Hoover, Etta. Johnson, Abbla W.I..Klnn..y.; MrH. Iva Noegel, ThomaH., A J
bell. We an J. Hannah
for the first Alexander W. B. I'olley, Lydia Kppemon, w. J. Jr. Hoover Delia Johnson, Ruth W.lcKlnn..y.; Melvin Nunn O Thomas, Eta }it
old cow bell and the lucky child Anderson Alice Canova 1'aul 10:.. Jr. person: VorothYAnl..rH..n. Hayne. Hope Jenkins, Cha*. H. McKlnney A. L. Noegel Roswell Sapp Mra. Leona. Tucker Carrie a
around the house Oeorge A. Car It on, Fred Edwards' J. M. flaxen, Ruby A. Jenkins, airs. Elva F. McKinney Mrs. A. L. Olsen. Bertielinen Stern W. A. Tu k..r'Jal" A
chosen runs Titus Stern ThereaaaSuslow
Anderson Eva Carpenter Myrtle KdwardK, LuclleKnBllBh. Hoover Don Jenkins. Mrs. Chas. II. McKelvey J. A. ( TlJlako Ka :
ringing the bell for dear life. Andrews, Wesley L. Canova Olady : R. if.KnKllnh. Hart W* H. Johns, H. E. McIntyre, Mrs J. T. Odom William. N. Ben Treat iOYoeOr!
Mrn. Maude Copps, Maud Leona U. J.'K. Mr. Ruby McKelvey Frank "'W.W.. Smith W. P.. Jr. Thomas
the last bell the chllden AndrewH, Howe. Johns, Uvve VietnpCOliver (
After Sllcox
A. Henry
Alexander Mr. Ada. (Canova Levy A. Edwards Merrill Hutto L. B. Johns, H. R. ..Jr.h.Kelvey.; Mr; J. Thornton' \
are lined up and we have opening Alexander. WllmaAnplnwall Canova Mona A.' Edwards Mr.*. Merrill Hutto Mr.. L. S. Johns. AII..n' M. Mc-Clane T. K., Jr. Sarah. F. Smith, J. E. Tlllako., JohnRPeek ,,,,
exercises. On Victory Day we Mr.. ..Margaret demons, Fronla. Klllott Mice Olady Hutto Edna Morrl McFanhlon, Bazaar Clara. L. Smith W. P. Vgow. John
(Carlisle J. H. lOdward \V. A. Hails, W. O. Johns, Mrs. Melissa. V. McKae B. Perkins, Llnnle Sapp Elma t"I..w'LoUI...
;. sang, read the Bible, said a Alvarez Mr. Corlne Carlton C.. M. edwards, Mr*. Carrie I tails, Maude C.llartman Johns Mrs.. Ruby Mcltae. Mr*. Ethel ferryman. E. K. Sllcox Lacy l'd..1J, Oladyr E
of thanks and pledged Anders Mrs.. Maggie. Cooper Richard Edwards, I... R., Jr. Albert Judd Millard MvK Inney. Mrs. Florle I Perry man. Lois. Stump Evelyn: Versailee. Alon'
prayer Chan.. J. Sassee, Mr.. M.
Annie Walter
MrH. KdwardH Powell
Anderson A. W., Jr Crawford, ElalneAlbert Hartman, Elsie Jenkins, Mr*. Winnie altl'axhlon Wainwright s
i allegiance to the flag. Later we : Julia Carden V. H. Kate, Ralph H. hart Edna Alice McDonald Oeorge Parks W. B. Hearing, Eunice: Per'Vall.. W. L'
studied about the Jap My Austin J. F. Carden, Mr*. Lucy Kntew, Dorothy Hall Shellle John. Mr. Laura. McClane, Mm. T. K. Prat her, W. C. kin. White, O. W.
Alvarez, H. L. Clark Jim' Kdwardn. Elvis Hemingway Mm.. Sarah Tenkln.. Sara 1'. McKushlon Lula D. Parks. Ethel It. Sparks, S. E.Sllcox. Wainwright w
children are a happy bunch and It Alvarez, W. IU cummln"t Walter Evans, Mr*. Grant Hemingway L. O. Johna. Mr. Fronle Mc.Mllllan William Phillips, E F. Mary France 'ValnwrIKht'Ma
Is a joy to see them eat and play Aklns, Alvin : o. Klmoro. Lois Hemingway Annie Johns, Mr.*. Lola McClellan, T. A. Phillips, Mr. Rosa Sllcox, J. B. While Ethel: Mr
Angelo A. J. Chalker Mr. C. W.Coleman Edwanje., E. O. Hasan. Delia. John. Mr.. Dorothy R. McMInn France Pearce Mrs Bertha Spark, Mr.. S. E. White: Noble Is
r This week winds up a Mm, Mary E. Edmondeon Selma Priest H. E. Slmmonn, E. L.
games. Angelo Arthur A. Patsy Houston Harry H. John.. Mr.. Mamie. Me Call, Williams' T I\.
month of 4I<:hool. A bURY, happy Adklnn, Everett E. Colllnn, T. C. Kdwardn. J. W., Jr. Holland Basle D. John, Mr.. W. S.I..Klnney.. VolleyHazen Priest Clyde a.Priest . Sllcox Mrs. Uladyzbtroman Wall H, C,
n Amprazes, Mr. Ouranla Carlton 11. A. Knnl: OaryKdwardH Clifford Jr. John, Corley: McIntosh. Tillman R. Mrs Clyde Henry H. Wainwright !N, 1
,4 month. The roads are pretty Angelo Nlc-k Anthony Carnaslon, W. N. Mrs.. B. E. Hall, John Johnson Edward H. McIntyre, J. A. Paul A. T. Stroman Mr. W. S.tftrlngfellow Wall. Murla
j good now: it hasn't rained real Arnold Joseph }!. Carnaslon. Adallne KadH. Phoba Hall MrH. Elsie Johnson Roy McDavId Hoy Powell Mr. Mildred K. W. 3. Winkler Au.tln
..., Alexander Mrs T. G. CappH, J. O. 1 KnnlH: Mrd. Neva &[. larding T. li. Jeffcoat, Dot McKlnney,11. D.Jonen f'rath..r, Helen Stringfellow, Mrs MaVllliams. : ,. Sat
t 1 hard for some time. Alexander T. (J. (Carter Mrs. Rosa. "Flitch C. A.Fernandei Hull Mr. Marla K . Mrn. Maggie E. ; A. Powell Ned bel Williams. Loulm

+,, Several! from here who worked Angelo Mary. A. Campbell. Earl Eva Haynen. Georgia. K. Johnxon. Laxly W. Matthews y B S. Powell Maria Simmon Ida Wiggins'' Orl
Allen T. M. Cone, William F. "Fulch Verdi. S. Hughes, Emma. .John, Bert W. Manning Della Peek S L., Jr. H..le.. Mrs. Dorothy Wainwright BIt
\. at the shipyard 1 n Jacksonville : Andrews, Mr. K. E. Com, Mrs. Inez Fernandez, Isabelle Haynes, "Sarah Hope Klckllter J. F. Middle ton, W. E. I I peek Mrs Myra D. Sale Ouy H. William' *' H.Stavrlanon
have been laid off. We realize Andrews, Home J. Cannon J. V, Frazee, Annie.A. Harrington, Mr.. ulady Knight C. A. Middleton'NotlaHunter Powell Tommie SUtrunk Mr. Alma. E. Williams. riorlru
Andrews. Mrs. Jewel II. Croft. S. 1C. "Flynn Oeoroe B. B. D. Kendrick T. N. Mitchell Mr. Luclle Parrlsh. O. P. Htlcox George C. WalnwrlKht "Era
rI the war is over. Alison, Orover Carroll. Zona Flynn Florence Harrison O. L. Knight Mm. N. L. Matthews, Mr. Ida Parrlnh Mr*. Alphle I'1hafkln.' Louis Wilson Jon' E '

111 Mr. and Mrs. B. Carter of Mid- Adams, II. }I. Chambers. u B. "Frledler JackFruchtman lIarrl"un. Mr*. G. L. Kendrick Martha Mlddleton, MadgeIaRan Powell Wm. C. N. d. Wilson, Ufa \\.,,
Adams, MTH. Norma J. Colley Margery H. David } John L. Klckllter, MrH. M. L. Marr Miss OllleMontleth Pappas. Oeorge Simpson Samuel T. Wills Mrs. Plort ,
dleburg spent Sunday with Mrs. Anders, Elisabeth. COOk T. C. Ferrara, Frank F. HutchlngH, T. M. Knight, Tiara Mae 1>. A. Phillips, Elizabeth Stone Roy M. Warren Mr, >j
? Carter's Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, Nell Campbell Marjory E. Ferrara, VlncenoFrledler Hutching. MrH Annie Knight D. B. Montleth. Katherine Powell Mary Harriett Seymour Elizabeth Warren :M T:
i Armstrong. A. S. Chrlstodoulou, Spero Lillian r.. Knight H. V. Mundy. W. U.. Jr. Pellum, K. L. Seymour, J. D. Warren, Albert t
I Harvey Padgett and attended Alison Virginia. Cook Mr.*. Anna Rea. FloreH. Frank C. Herlong Dr. M. B. Knight Mrs. H. V. Matthew. Conway Phillip. Reamer P. Shafkln Yelta Warren nuchls
church at Branch. Aster. Fhyll.* Cauthen Ira. Flores. Mn. Orena Herlong. Mr*. Blanch O. Keene. Nelma Mundy Mrn.. Leila. Pellum, F. J. Sale Jack Wiley Jack
Long Brownlee H. L. Clute, W. T. Fi.lnon Woodrow W. Houston. Mm.. Hilda Klckllter, Miriam Matthew. K. L. Pellum Mr.*. F. J. Stllley Mrs.. Lettle Wlmberly, W JtWlmberly j
Letter received from George Bronka Albert Colson O. W. FolHon Mrs Irl* Edna Hoover C. T. Kid" H. O.Kelly Matthew. Mm.. HacelMitchell J'apDBS Louis Saul. A. F. Kali '
Curry, Llnnle Forrest. JimBrownl. >, ; LuclleMananna Parker Mae Simmons T. S.Khull '
Bishop H. A. Harding" Mr. T. B. 1 U. Wllev. Uiltle
,1 'Kllllngsworth. He Is still in Ger- .. Etta Colson LemuelColson Ferry MrH.. :Mary Hammett MoeHoltiendorr Kelly Mm. Mary ('..lIa I. Peek Frances! E. T. Wiggins, Laura 1 L;
s many. Hopes to come home InSeptembet' Bishop Nina K.Keasley Mrs. Ada Flllyaw, Johnnie Ethel Kldd, Eunice E. Manunna. Mina Pettlnatl. Fred A. Shull Mr. .E. T. Wall Martha D.
a O. L. Power Griffin, T. J. Holtsendorf Ben Kemp Mrn.. Evelyn W. MoHeley Mm.. I.. E. PoythrexH. Sarah EJ. Schultz, Adeline WUllama Mrs, (GI
Burns, Edward Carlisle' Ruth Green R. A.Griffin. Hunter Slmmle B. Kemp It. L. Morgan M. M. Patton W. A. Stump Lillian u.
Sam Starrls of Maxvllle is now turns, Bessie. Clark Mr*. LlssleColson .Mamie E. Hodges. Mr. W. M. Klckllter, Dorothy Melton ClarenceHarley Propper Cha.. Simpson, Ed Ward Mrn Can.
Bronka Bertha Mr. Besl E. Green Mary E. Abble R. Claire Morgan. Mrs Mattie L. Quigley J. T. Sllcox, Vernon Witkoskl, B. R.I'I
I ,4 Stationed at Keesler Field, MisS. Barefoot P. M. {'o", Ine Green, Fannie. Hiilllngeworth James Klncald Mr*. Jeanette Mack J. P. Quigley, Mrs. Minnie Sweat, Riley Weldon 8 A. I
He Is In the Air Corps. Brockleman. August Cresnler, Hazel Dyer Orlffln Lila F. D.Keene. Morgan Mr*. S. F. W. Small Arago Weldon, Sire Mi
ti Barefoot Reacy Crocker Acle R. Green Lloyd J.GrlfflH IIInRon. Woodrow Mm. Leona MayeH, LoinManning Rltch. J. H. Starling H. K. Gladys
t Much improvement has been Burney Oeorge. W. Churchwell W. J. Anceda lllnnon Mr. R baHuxklnn Kllllnc"worthIr... Vollle F. Robinson J. \V. StarlingMrs.. H. K. Williams, Mary
I $ made at Long Branch church. It L"attle. Rogers Churchwell. Mr*. W J. Gill Mra. Fay H. G. Kate May..... James Hitcherb..rt\ C. Smith Mr. E. H. William., Fred
.} Biggs, Ethel Vf.Bessent Conerly, Jessie .'1111, Florence Holllng-Bworth Mildred Koren Harry Mott Mr. Maude Hitch Isabelle Newell!, W. B. Williams. 11... '
: has been painted white and decorated W. A., Jr. Carlisle, AI K. Green, Floyd C. KopolouHoa, George Manlre, C. O.Hucal Ray Olive E. Sewell Mr. Ethel C. Smith
fF or "' i. IDS i Ide. New benches Rnnham. lira W. A. ..ChrlHlodouloii Laura Green Mm. H. Ine Irving Kldd Valrle B. Manlre, Fred Reva Ray. Carrie A. Smythe, Mrs. Annie K. Wainwright, Jam
Brown Mr. Florence {Carter W. M. Graham Nose Harrison. Frank Kirkland, T. J., Jr. Manon. Margaret Register. Freeman Sullivan, Percy Winkler, Mr. E
,Y( have been built and a well has n. Davis U A., Jr. Green, Ine A.Byant Harrison. Mr.. Elizabeth Kuter, U. S. Marline, Joe Bitch Evelyn Schmltt. Chas. M. Warren &lr. 8.
} been dug. Four acres have been Mr. Lizzie Davis. E. M. Goodman J. L* Koch. Louis W. M..ruca.. Mike Register Alice Smith Mr*. Virginia W. Williams. Amo
.'f Bryan Maellessent Davis, Lee Ferryman (lrunt. KllaGoodman Hartman Lovree Koch Mr.*. L. W. Martinet Nellie Hitch Mm. Carrie :Smith. Foster Shi Williams, Jot
,t bought from Mrs. Nolan to add Mr.. Mary Darby Cha. Mm. Annie Hartman. Eddie Kuter, Mm. Ethel Milton Mr*. Katie* Richard Harriett Smith Mrs. Mary Anne Williams. Salllt
to the grounds and cemetery. I Burney Mr*. Oladya. Demorent R. F. Grant Jo*. Hasen. Mr. ClaraMolllnnHworth Kldd Mr. Valrle B. Moltt. Mr. Ara E. Redgrave, A. W. Simmons, Hazel White Dorothy 1
<' O Purney Mr.*. d. w. Darby, Annie Glasgow Harold F. C. Kenliv.. Sam Q.Kennln. Monty, Harry Redgrave Minnie' Seymour John M. Wade C. T,
., I. t' have taken my church letter Burrell. Tom Davis, R. J. Green, Mary Ilolllngaworth. Mr*. . George Mooney Mr. Alfred Redgrave, John lit rick land. W. R. Wainwright Kv..
there. Rev. Watson is our able Battle, MabfllBarksdale { DavlH, LuclleDavlH C. a. Inez Graham, W. H., Jr. Hasen. M. F. Kite, Mm. Ellen Mananna. Mm. H. A. Reynolds L. A. St. John. Mary Lucille Wood Marthpi
pastor. This Is one church that Barkndale, Mr. Vergle Demorest, Verna J. Griffin, J. W Hancock Mary Lee Long" Cornelia Peek Mllllgan F. B.Mllllgan. Reynolds Mrs, L. A. Smith. Julia Tyson. Williams, Edwin
;j has gone forward while some of Hrlnnon, T. A. Dell Damon Griffin, Mr*. J. W. Hancock Raymond Long T. T. Mr.. E. B. Rowe Clyde. 1'1c1..fanl.' Robert Williams. Ocl (,
Bryan M,.. Julia Denmark, P. S. Graham Nathan Hertz Irving Long, Merwln Moore L. V. Rowe' B. Slbley i-Il. Weatherfbee, Mr
h 4j us were in service. I was so Brown Z. nenmark..Emlly Galney, Irma Hunt, Ada.. Long, Loin B. Merrill Thomas. Hitch Carl Slbley Rosa. E. Wilson. Frank F
% happy when I saw what had been Brown Ullbert B. Duncan K. O. 4>rlffl., K. L.Grlffl Hunt T. A. Lee Matilda Mananna.. Edna. Hitch Mr.. Ruby Samoa Sam "Wilson. Hllrlahrl''
done. God bless Iurh, C. Duncan Mra. K. Q. *. airs Rather. Holland Beryl Lewis. James :Mlxon (.1'. M. Robinson Blanch Wynn Scott HatelRaybln Williamson I. L
my people. Burch Mr.*. Josephine Darby John M. Grlffl. Martha. }Hudgln, Paul I.. Libby L. L. :Mayhugh M. C. M. M. Scott Wilbur A. Williamson HenRichard
s --Lura. Beaver, Jerry lIar!>y. Mr. Jean Gottlieb Ham HudKlnn, Mrs. Mary Lennon K Mercer Mick : H. M. Scott.: Lillian Williams: ::: (NearsRaymond
l Brown Mr. Stella Dlnklnn, Mr.*.. Thelma Gottlieb. Mr. Sam Kathryn Lennon ElvlaLandrum Murphy. C. D. ., Paul Sparkman J. W. Wright Harvey
f'n %M1F. Brown W, Randall DlnklnH. It. F. (Greet) A. J. Howard. Joe A. T. Frank Mlles. E. F. Raymond Ethel Turner, Roy V. Wood Florence
Buford, R. C. Denmark.{ Claude Green Alma HantlngH. . James Landrum Mr.*. T. :Mllen Mr.*. E. F. Rabeck Jos. F. Truby, J. J. Walker John L
Buford Mr. Irma DennlH, :J. H. Gained. L. M. Holland R. J. Frank. MalolH. Marie Hab..ck1 Josephine Tlson SallieThompklns Walker Llllie 11
MALARIAHJi Bryant Oscar n..l4ue. OBey Green Mr*. Lucile H. Harris. Leroy Long Richard H. McDermott. Catherine Roth Alan Lizzie Weeks R. A
Burney Ida Mae DeSue James (Gray, Dorothy Hardy Juanita Lawson, Mr. Ada Mananna. A. C. Bitch N. T.. Jr. Thomas, Edna B. Weeks, Mm. Lar)
F. Bridges, P. I* burden. Mm. OU8al.l Qlbney J. W. Hall, SandraHough Lewis Mr.. Thelma L. ManauRa. Mrs. Klva: Lee Rosenberg. Ram Thornton W. E.Thoma Williams, Ethel
Bridges, Mr.. LH1U fowling, B. J.Dowllnir .. Green L. C. H L.. Lllley. Mine Ruby Murphy, Mr. Thelma Ronenberg' Fannie *. N. N. Wllkle Era RuiWilliams. ,
In 7 Days With Buxton, Jim Cleone M. Graham Alice F. Huffman. Larantaux Mr. Thela.. Raynor, Gus Thornton, Mary . P.wx
t LIQUID torTake5St4. Bllllaa. Oeorge M. Dowllng. Mm. S. S. (Orandoff, Mr. Mary Haines. Lewis D. ma Moore Mr.*. Florence Rowe, laude Thomas, Mrs. R. A. Ward Roy M.
S" Berger Abe \Don K Ian. Cecil Ganlple, Alban J. Harper J. C. Lamb Mr.*. Thelma Morgan Theda Rosenberg Delia Thomas. Robert J,.. Whlpple, :Norms
n, k ,4a" 666 Brock,, Edna ,'arby. Mr. Cha*. Giordano Vincent Q.Ganir Humble, Otto Lloyd Ethel: Morgan. Harrv W. Rudd William T. Thom.pkins, Ine Waters, .1 L.
j l ' Barry Leona > Denmark, R O. HolomanGantr Humble, Mina Iamb, Mr.. Elizabeth Mvern, Lela Mae Rosier James :B: Thornquent, Jennie Young. lIIro. H.
r V Beaver, Sule:' Drucker Louis I Minnie Howard V. F.. Lang' Mm Annie Mae Moore, Mozell Rosier. Doris Tlnon. Mrs. Theo Young, TheodonRidgeway
t Blnkley., IX A. Drucker, Mr. Elsie Goldman Henry Hunter, Bonda Lang, 13. C. Mlxon A. M. Qrady (Laura) Young ,Mr. Cora

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. . Brooker were visiting Mr. and
Starke were visiting: Mr, and Mrs, and
Mrs. O. B. running water
Moody Sunday. Melton and are ner of Lhfayetta Street and Houth County T..I"lI'raphh"l1
Kerce and family Sundaj, proud very Walnut publish 'subscribe my name,> and cause. the
RiverBy Mra. Mabel Porsyth of Lake afternoon.Mr. of their home now. Starkr. and Street In the City of thlM order In next r runlng Southerly I
Mr. along sues.
Butler was vial tiny Mrs. Ira and Mrs. D. N Denmark the West line of South affixed, this the 8th day of
School Merrltt and Mrs. C. E. Andrew I and sons Donald Walnut Street : Wltnesa m) hiind and official August.: A. .r) IMS.OFFICIAL' .
Sunday. Two hundred ;
The . and small son. Wilbur and Dale, of "e\ent> -..lx . . * George Lazenby of North Caro Jacksonville were in Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and of beginning; thence Southerly point gust 4th., 1(45.OFFICIAL CHARLES A.DARBY. Mayor. I
Wedn e s day and Mrs. A. along' ( SKAT.* A. Attest:
lina Is visiting Mir. and Russell Norman the West line of South Thoma* .
to have Mrs- Mrs. W. Thursday. this Walnut Street one hundred A* Clerk of ssl.l Court. rwrat NS. City Clerk.
e! are hapPY Worthington B. Lazenby this week. week-end. They enjoyed a trip (101) feet; thence West. one hun on* J. A Harrison I.HW Exchange Bldg. 7iv I
Brown of Mra. Mr. Shiver from Jacksonville to Silver Springs Sunday.Mr. dred olghty-elght and one-half Jacksonville, .'1... Atty. for Pit.
M music teacher Truby Hodges and son, was visiting friends ( IftHK) feet to the .East. line; of 8-10 41 8-31
f for our the school Deloran tpent the week-end In in this and relatives and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Atlanta street, thence Northerly riHcriT rot'IIT. nit mm !
sue visits Lake Butler community over the week son Gerald and IOIINT the Kant line of Ailnnm, TOIIOM' IT 'MVV ( 01 vri, PI.OHIUH i" CIHN:<1 ,
"" with Mr. Mr \rKH\l '
at present and Mrs. end. and Mrs. Street" < KIO.Nadln .
and one
hundred TAKE
fifty- NOTICK
\\\'ednesday Smith Johns and attended church .Eldon.. Sapp and ions attended six and right tenths. (1568)) fret: I I Tudor "Ford Engine: THAT No. 19-8757586.A l U4!! Sheeloy. Plaintiff, "i
12 pupilS. at Swift Creek Sunday.Mr. Church services were held Sun 'u"- Hinging- --;'-- convention at thence Kaxterlv. on httntirwii with an appraised, value of l Joseph !M. Hheeley. Defendant. ('a. f
Bailey. who has re- day morning and Hampton the eighty ( ISO) feet to Ute point of than SI.ODO. wan selzeil. in vir..< '1..1 No. 3911.OIIDKH.
DoriS Kansas spent and Mrs. Jonnie Yarbroughof evening at the Baptist Church Sunday beginning.ltnesii County; Florida July-SO-, : 1946.- ':" for OF PtTUt-icrATlON!
from Long \\
loved Ralford Bridge Christian Church by afternoon. my hand antl the seal. being used In violation of Chap. ANn NOTICE TO AIH'KAII
with >frs. Eloise Cowen. were visiting Mr. and the pastor. Rev. Fred of said Court this. 7th., dnv nt ter '6 Law' of Florida, Act* of STATR OF PtiOninA to: Joseph
1 Cheater Andrews Mrs. Marlon Moody Sunday.Mr. was Dodd. He Mrs Wesley Tlllls and son from August. A. P. IMS In Starke, 5U and that It IN the 'Intention' \f, 8h..t>l:.v, whnsk. resilience I.* 1403 I
> at Mri. vlslt- and Mrs. Dick a dinner guest of Mr. and Plant City are visiting llradturd County. Florida. of James T. Vncelle. Director of Union I>Street Brunswick,' Georgia... I
I were Carroll of Mr. and A. J.
Mary Mrs. Frank Merrltt. THOMAS. the State Beverage Department of ..
lughtet. Mrs. J. Clerk' *r required to appear J
Jackson\me N. Norman this Circuit Court Uradford Florl'la. to .. on
of the Plnholster.a. were visiting Mr. week. County Florida.OFFICIAL.. posses* for use of the Heptemlier' ll>. 11 4S, In the, abov (
::11 bome and Mrs. Ira Merrltt Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hunt of Lonnle Anderson Department the abox'* described named Court and wherein
Sunday. Mrs.
Miami was ( SKAI.) Irol.rt| ) at 10.00: A. M.,
nigbt. September
plaintiff seek .
atd Merrltt Is Mulberry and Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. Paster A Clayton Uy 1'':. A. Clayt 8. 19 .* dlvorr* Dradford
..-. Floyd Wiggins Improving after being Connor Dolph and Mrs F. B. ClarkWoodlawn Atty for Pit. <>n 45. County. Tel...rnl>li .shall publish
L funeral of Mrs. Anna ill for the past few weeks with of Ft. Pierce were visiting recently. 8-10 41 8-31 All person claiming any right this. Urrtrr. In n...xt four weekly .Issues. 1
d the Tuesday Intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp over TO WHOM" IT :V VV COVCKHVl: or Interest In or to Bald. property .
%.\ at Bi-ooker the weekend.Vernell . . You are hereby notified that or any part thereof are hereby required Wltnesa my hand' and official
Edna Tetstone spent Saturday e . . . aro file any and all claims you to appear and to make such seal at Htarke:, Florida. ,, this AuWiist j
n. L. Johns and night In Brooker with Moody was inducted against the ICittate: of Archibald claim: within thirty UO) ,day from 4th., 1946.OFFiriU :
Mrs. M.\ her cousin recently Hardy the date of the first publication

L IPd Louise and Freddie andfr I Annie MaTetstone.. Into the army at Camp County Iri'en Judge. of In Hradford the office County Act of
Cowen and Seeber Q. W. Andrews was in Jacksonville Blanding. He was sent to McPherson the Florida I within eight month* from 1945, to the State Beverage. Department J. H.' Harrison.. IMW Kxchanoro 11Ma'.
p first
' were visiting M. on business Thursday.G. Ga., but has been trans By EIm Crown' or thi* riiilm publication: : of thin notice TaIlRh...."..... Florida, or JarksonvlIlP. KU. Att). fur I'lf. I
. . will be barred by H-1U 4t S31iv
Andrews ferred back . . law. Thl.IIII'U"t all such rights nnd Interest. In and
L, Jr in Hope Haven Hos- W. Andrews and Gene Andrews to Blanding. I.. J. ilKKKN I ,loth UU. tn said property shall. cvasit and l

[ Jacksonville. Sunday after- were in Gainesville on business Miss Cozette Sapp of Starke Rev and Mrs. O. J. 8-10 4t 8-31 Administrator. terminate. nun"IT (*oi IIT nil \.OHn.
Friday. spent Sunday with her Raulerson J1IoH'O'I. r.J.E. fltl ;':t\, KI.OIIIDAl 1% ( ...\.h
parents, were dinner '
guests Sunday of Mr. Director Stato Beverage t Depurtment -
tnt Mrs. Tom Hodge of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. and Mrs. L>. P. Rafuse. I''IIt'I'I'r 4-01 Mt. 4-01 IIT, nniiiFonn. :' of Florida. 8-10 !61! '-1'' MvrllH Elma: Lewi:* Plaintiff, iva.
Mrs. Rosa Pin holster of Brooker I.loyd Rowe ( Kl.OIIIUtl |\ ( llKill. \\- Willie Lewi*, ill Cas* Ni>.

spent the week-end with "' of Jacksonville, VktnrIkotr., IMalntlff I !OTICH OK 1'I.: l'TIO'\l 3854.
Mr. and who is visiting In S. vs. Helen I T, Charlen A. ORPRIl OF PI'llLICATION!
Lawtey attended Wolkuff V" Case I Darby, "
Mrs. !No
M. Wiggins. I I Stxrke 'rrIh AND NOTB-R
Careful Drivers church Florida, hy virtue TO APPEAR
frompt Service here-Sunday. 39U.nlU1EIt OF", riTBLICATION authority vested In me by taw, do STATK! OF FMMUDA to: Willie)

. . . . . . 101&'. and Mrs. I* W. Page are AMI .NOT1CR TO AITBAIl hereby call. an election to be held. Lewis, whose residence and adtlres*
on the sick list. We wish STATE OF KI. IH1>A to: Helen at the City Hall In the aforesaid. I I.* Marlon South Carolina.
them R. \Vi>lkoffs hose. residence la town by th. qualified voter on You are required to appear. on
STARKE TAXI SERVICE Heilbron a speedy recovery. known. Tuesday. September II, 194&, for September 10, 1945 In the above
Junior Crews attended! church You are required to appear on the purpose of electing tho fol 'named. Court ami. cause' wherein
here September" 7th. ID4S. In the above lowing officer.*: plaintiff *.."k* divorce. Bradford
and Sunday night. named Court and cause wbt. .reln one Mavor I'uunty Telegraph shall publish
By The fi School\ Remember church services each plaintiff sevkn. divorce. Bradford Two Aldermen. this. order' In next four weekly I-
. . . . County Telegraph ah all One Clerk, Trensurer Tax uen.
. Sunday with ;
Sunday School at thin : Assessor and Tax Collector,
urdvr In next four weekly In- Witness my hand. nnd official
MACK'S TAXI SERVICE I 10:30: morning services o.e Marshall, seal
at 11:30: aues.Witness at Starke, Florida, till* August
Miss Jewel Edwards entertained BTU at 7 my hand and official' Inspector of "aid. .election: H. ('. 8t h., 1.45.IUo'FH'IAL .
the p. m., and services a- seal at Nlarke, Florida, this Au IluforJ. It F. Domorest. It. A. SEAT.. ) A. J. Thoma
young people of this com gain at 3 p. m. Everyone Is invited gust till)., liMS.OFFICIAL Newsome, J. \Valnwrlght, and A* Clerk of snld Court.
Phone 150 munity Saturday night with a to attend. ( ,, SEAL) A. J. Thomas T. S. William. T. Frank, landruin Starke, ,Florida,
party. Everyone Ait Clerk of said Court. In testimony whereof I hereunto Ally for Plf. "-10 41 831Os
Day Night ,enjoyed a nice Chas. K. Hess, 204 Henlty BKIg.
t time. NOTICR< OP. A"P"'C'\'I'IO\ FOIl Jacksonville\ Flu. Atty. for 1'lf.: a
i TA v IH-KU: 8>10 4t 831iv
The Hellbronn Baptist Church Hnu... Hill *... ISIIJ:

la having a revival this week. I that NOTICE W. H. IS Warwick HKltlcnv the holder OIVEN.of ruin IT c-oi IIT. nil.\I>>KOHH

The meeting will the followingcertificate COI'MTl. KI.OHII>>A| IV' IIINfKHV. -
con t Inue ha* filed .

through Sunday night with din said be Issued eertlftcute.thereon.f.r u The tax deed certifi to Lee; 1'earce Pore* Plaintiff, v....

ner on the cate number. and Floyce Anderson Fore, defendant.
grounds at noon Sun yeurc of I I..u. Case No. 8)47.OHOEIl!) .
day. Everyone is Invited. Rev- ance.erty and description the name.* of hi the which prop It I OF'' PITHL1CATIOVANI
John Leland la was assessed > NOTICE: TO APPEAIt
bringing the messaged. are an follows:
EVERYBODY A Portion of Certificate HTATK OF FLORIDA to: Fluyce
No. 170
A. Fore w hone residence .
and Yenr of Issuance a -
June 1, A. l>.
ENJOYS EATING S 1-c Phil Brown Is spending 194.1. IH ", Mrs. Avle Anderson..
Folkston Cleorgla.
furlough with his parents Mr Inscription of Property: N 3 A You art required tn .
AT of that portion of N>4 of of arppa. on
and Mrs._ __ _A.__ W.. _Rrown__ H\VU W of llmxl 11 ""...NWV...--\ ... September 7th.- 11146.' In ..
We miss Geraldine HU. and Township -7 South'1 It'iinge; '23"i'a't! named Court. and ("au.-... wherein
"plaintiff seeks dlvol.' Ilradford
containing i '
: HITCH .,,.
more or !I.
Hie PARK CAFE Norman since they have moved Name" In which asst-nsed J. It.ctnxon. County Telegraph shall publish
to Lawtey. this Order In next four weekly Iv

All of Bald< property I"'lnf In the anewWitness
Mr. and Mrs. Lonzl Norman and County of Bradford, Mate of Flor my hand and nftlcla
ida. seal at Starke! Florida this Au-
children of Miami are visiting UnleHS such certificate gust 4th' 11143
friends and relatives here thIs ficate. Khali be or certi (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThonimAK
Delicious Regular Meals week. to law the property" deHrrlhed accordluff Clerk of snld Court.Chan WILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER 6thIN
In mioh II Urns, 201' Ken It.v lIMir.
certificate .
Healthful Vegetable Plates Miss Jewel Edwards has been he Hold to the or hlirhent cprtiricnteHwill bidder 8-10 Iuckson\lll;4t 8.UIV ><, Flu.I Ally, for rif.:

sick. We miss her at school and nt the court house door on the
Short Orders first Monday In the month of
Srptemher -
hope she will soon be out again.Mr. 1945. which l I.. I ho 3rd day Till? C'llK-flT {'Ollt... OK

and Mrs. Calvin Hall of of September 1945. KI.OIIIII t, IlKillTII ..MllllIIIKIir .
this 4th of INM I-OH lllt\l
1J.4g..IPd day August.
spent' Sunday with her Koint f'ni vrv.ELLA THE SOUTHEAST
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. W. (OKFICTAti SKAT.) A. J. Thnma. K. NWlNYKIt.! : Joinedby
Brown. C'lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford hpr hii.bund, WILLIAMF. : More people drink Atlantic Ale and Deer than any other.It .
County Florida. 8-10 41 8-31 BWINYKllyTlulntlffs:
Faron Pope of Pal atka spent must be...
the l\ f'''UTIT. ('01'1'. lilt \..FOlln -VMOLIVI3 -
week-end with J. F. Pope. (' M NTV, FMUIIOVl IV 4:llt:>- IlL'MPEL, JAMKH P.YotINd .
Charlie Cowart has remodeled CIHV.Inland and his' wife, 101.1A: n

the old home. have lightsBUOo F. Field. Plaintiff. V". Ethel 1 YOIINII, KVKLYN STEVENS:
At. Field. Defendant.. I'HHM No. 81)09.OHDKH ) KENDIIICKS and AMERICANFIKE :
OF FLOIUIJA to Mm.Ktliel . DefendantsOIIIIKH ..
M. Fli'l.l. whoxe. address In : '!'<> tl'I'HtllTHIJ
KID Union Street Seattle. Washing STATE': OF FLOIIIDA:
TO: OLIVE JIU.M1-EL: Address un I
ton.Von ,
bS are required tn appear on known.It .
September 17, 1945 In the above In. hereby ordered that you are
named Court ami cause wherein required to appear on the llth
.a plaintiff neeks dlvor..... llrndford day of September. 1943 before the
1HEM r'onnty Telegraph Mhall publish thin above entitled court to the bill ofcomiplalnt
Order In next four w. kty Issues.Witness filed against you In the<
mv hand ami official above entitled cause, nnd Tbe ITadforil .
neat at Starke Florida thin 14th. County Telegraph Is hereby
dnv of August |19.5., designated. a..* th. newspaper In
Start Your (OFFICIAL. SMAI.f A. J. Thomas. which thin order shall, !h" published

CONFIDENCE IN YOUR CLEANERS An Clerk. of sitld C urt. once a week for four consecutiveweeks. .,... .,- -"
Post 'War Planning T. Frank )Landrum Starke, Florida .
Atty. for Pit. 8-17 4t 97IV The relief sought In and by said
That's What You Must Have In These Days By Placing Your suit IH the forfeiture and termination
T II R CIIK I IT ('ol'n'r OPFI.OHII of a contract concerning the
> \. KMiliril JIIMI.. following described. property:
When The Scarcity of Good New Clothing Order Now For ('IIUTI'r. IV' \\l' FOIl IllltUFOIIII Beginning at the Southwest cor.n..r WCiGRXSttWQiSQQXIirBiBEtWV mmcnIlKmUCJI! XI) 1CIJIIImmmmmll1ll
onrr., of Lufayett 1111'anel South

Makes The Clothes You Already Have More These Appliances ELLA hy her K.htinhand.SWI:>lYER.WILLIAM Joined Walnut, and Street running, ; In:: the Southerly City along ofStarke NOW' SERVING THE STARKE AREA

F. SWJNYER the West line of Mouth
Valuable Than Ever Before. You May Entrust BENDIX Plaintiffs "'alnutI. t r.. t Two hundred
.eventy-slx (276) feet for point
Your Best AUTOMATIC OMVH'IUTMPEU JAMES p. of beginning; thence Southerly
Things To Us With Perfect YOU Nil and hln. wife KLLA: D.YOUNt. along the West. line of South
HOME LAUNDRY .. BVBL.YM BTKVKN8KKNDRICKa Walnut Street one hundred one We cordially invite the public to

Confidence. and AMKHICA.VFIKK 101) feet; thence West one hun1r.IS'I'BhN.t drop by and inspect our fine new 1
HOT POINT Orlando, Florida : the East line of: dairy on Road 48 east of Starke. '

RORT. Defendant.*. Adams Street; thnnce Northerly A fine herd of dairy and the
315REE OIIDKIt: TO APPEArt< along the East line of Adams I
RANGES THE< STATK OF FLOUIUA : Street one hundred fifty- most modern of sanitary equip ..
TO: KVELYN 8 T B V IS N H! KRNDHICKS nix and eight' tenth. 066 8) feet:
Temple WATER HEATERS Hox. 774 Fort Urag-g- thence Easterly one hundred ment insure our customers a
North Carolina.It eighty (nu) feet tu the point of quality product. '
Owner ,
a Ave.CONWAY'S Available In. hereby ordered that you are beginning.Witness .
As These Become required to appear on the llth my hand anil the seal
We Will Fill Orders In day of September' 1945! before the of said Court thlx 7th., day of !
above entitled court to the bill of August. A. D. 194R. In Btarke, PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY
Order of Application complaint filed HR-alnat you In the Bradford County.o'iorld,.. i J!
above entitled cause, and The l"rad- Clrrji J. THOMAS.
ford County Telegraph l III herebydenlgnated I Clerk Court; Ilradford
newspaper In County Florida.OFFICIAL.
PULL LINE which this I o 3..r shall be published ( SEAL)
once a week for four consecutive Baxter: (Clayton Uy }o:. A. ('I"yton W. II. NEWSOM. Owner
'WIRING SUPPLIES w..k.. Atty for Mr. 8-10 4t 8-11 !
The relief nuicht In and by said Route 2 Phone ,
suit .IH. the forfeiture and termination V OTIC.': Box 2'J'J 83vamwmwwwwmaaamianmaio '
of a contract concerning the Notice Is hereby. given to all
Motors following described. property: whom It may concern that on the
Electric Heg-lnning at the Southwest cor- 14th day of September I A. D. 1945, I cn UlQlfJjQfJlJfQwmalQJoJGJmOOCJjJlmJDCDlJDmI! ( (
1 will as Kuardmn' of PrancesJeannett .
I Ion.halt
PHONE 147 RING 2 FOB SERVICE Fluorescent *Interest Taylor. sell In and her to undivided the following

described lands, to wit: Old Place *
FIXTURKS: &; STRIPS West-half. of Southwest. Quarter ofNort1we.t Sarge's :

Oil Changing Quarter of Section 10
Records Township 7 "' Mouth Bang 22 East,
Decca said Dale to be at private sale.OUA .
8-17 4t 9-7 A* Uuardlan.iv . ?,
Waxing Exhaust pansFlashlights -

{'fllrt'IT rotnT, nn 4.r foiiii ARMYSTORE
Washing COI'VTV.' rl.OIIlU\1 IV CIIAViFMna -
Polishing BATTERIES Ualley Santlnl. Plaintiff v*.
AND Ougllelmo Santlnl: Defendant. Case

Tire No. 34S7.
ARC WELDING Santlnl whose residence. AuthorizedBy
and addres* In: .Pfc Uugtlelmo San
Lanterns tlnl A..SN. 36S! "91* Co. "E" 101st
EXPERTWORKMANSHIP Inf. '% Postmaster, New York The 'War Department

AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR Duo Therm.HEATEHS N. You V. are mnulred. to appear 01September -

OIL & lo, 1945 'In the ahnv
GREASE named Court and cause where!: Operated
plaintiff seek* dlvorr*. tlradfop
County Telegraph shall publlH' ) By an Ex-Soldier
Bed Lamps this Order In next four weekly I*
Quaker State sues.
ALL 'WORKGUARANTEED Witness my hand and official'
Desk Lamps ..wal .at StnrkK, Florida thl August
Oil .
Sealed Containers A* Clerk of nald Court.
T. Frank Tndrum Starke: Florida FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
Atty. for Plf. 8-10 4t 8-31


FLORIDA AUTO t>:nv.Helen .
CAKE l"arba.a Mar, Plaintiff rs.
MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake William Yo May Defendant.Case .
4 No. 39SOORDER Ben Suslbw'sArmy
Everett fa". whose residence.
for Safety l'IUlIM TheSTAG I* ", If 8. Engineer: Office, 1'. o.

' Comfort & Economy 0 8 I Electric Service Box Harbor 2240> Honolulu T. II. (Pearl Store

P one' You are required to appear on
147 In the above
Care Of It Temple Avenue Carter Bids., Starke September named Court 10 and U45 caui* wherein 209 E. Call Street e Starke Fla.
plaintiff .e.k. divorce and custody ,
of minor child. Bradford



-' J

s jil Methodist Church Mrs W. J. Churchwell will teach, Political Cards Baptist Church me.was still Th.mwic.eJ51 there ,"' he

Mrs. Lex Green will be pianist ] CNE WOMAN'S O-PiWflON? him sulfa and

:, phi LIII Sunday. Sept 2, Holy Com- Miss Kate Struth secretary, and FOR CIIIKF; OF POLICE The Rev. L. D Haines begins ,powder in drugs nia and sprlnkl,

munion will be observed at both others assisting will be Mrs. Titus I wish to anounce that I ama his second year as pastor of the on It was one wounds. Frolll i .

services--11 a. m. and 8pm,- Olson. Miss Amy Coburn and Mrs. candidate for the office of First Baptist Church of Starke By Dime lions Here In Starke Van Carden of I other, each one hospital after
In the Methodist Church Morn- Chief of Police for the City of the American Legion Post Is receiving -: a bit nearer
A W Anderson This hour ts this I He received h.
Sunday and at the morning nine
to election on American hearts are as
Leadsto Starke subject shrapnel
Ing topic will be "The for community children of all contributions toward the : and still "'01.
Security" and the choir has denominations Sept. 11. Your vote and support worship hour the sermon subjectwill saying goes, as big as all outdoors Jim Wilson fund. Anyone who I he Isn't walks With a V IIl11p

planned a special musical pro- will be I appreciated. be "Here We Are." This was proven a weekor would like to express his feelingsin I sorry for blue and doe,nt?t'

gram for the occasion The even- -B. C. Iloltzendorf. At so ago when J60.000 was con- tangible leave a himself one hit
Bank eight o'clock the evening a way may when it rains he E:
(; ; Ing aervlce will feature congregational HolidayThe hour of worship will have as subject tributed to Sgt George Hansel, donation with Van at Ma filling mans with cusses thoSe (
and the quartette, NOTICE one of the two so-called "basket a twinkle In
l singing Florida Bank at Starke "God Atomic Bomb There station by the courthouse. What hit r
; t Messrs. Ritch, Green, Berger and will not be for business on To the Voters of the City of will be a period of old time sing- cases" of this war The other Starke contributes will doubtlessbe Jimmy WlllIOn and Jimmy c:
open are
hands just
1 Newcomb, will give special selec- Monday, Labor Day. The post Starke: ing of hymns and, choruses by game guy who lost both small potatoes beside the great ands of of the mllly! tit,,
i the
tlona. I am herewith making an appeal and both feet while wearing i valiant
the drives In Jacksonville and Phil- spirits
office will also be closed.C.UtU brave who ,
vote and FloeIda's and
to for your khaki of his country, was
you Courageous
The Workers Council of the Sunday School meets at 9:45: to adelphia, but at least we can In eplq
11 for Chief of Wilson handicaps.
f Church School will be held Wednesday OF THANKS support on Sept study JOHeph'a place i n God's own Pfc Jimmy show! that we want in on this I don't know
Police. My election at this time In newspapers all over the we can ever do to 'I
evening Immediately fol- We wish to thank all our Plan Training Unions meet at thing too. even part,
lot to basked in pay our debt
whole reflected
I means a me. world Starke has to these
lowing prayer meeting Everyone friends for their I loyalty and 6:45: to discuss the Baptist Doc In looking at Jim Wilson and but n ,
the servicemen's The City Council has not been glory as :Jim: I Wilson'shome whatever it Is, I, one,
13 Invited to attend I for
bereave- trine
friendship during our of Church and State.Midweek wish that the silver hooks that will forever willing to ,
I devoutly try.
each Tuesday evenIng able to perfect my pension. They town.
a'v party ment following the recent deathof service is held at 8 be his hands, we can realize moretha.1 I
based reality
have not, neither can they do this this claim were on
at 8 m. iv!
p. our son, Cpl. Herbert James m. on Wednesday, with a People's \ ever the things that can hap- "IIIC"IT Cal lt'I' +
p technicality. The 1111r-r;;;;
at this time. Therefore, I am rather than on ( (1UYt'Y' ,
The Bible Story Hour will bercsur. Hoi'nsby. to our boys. For of FLOIIIU\, 1\
Hour and Study There are truth Is much as we hate to admit pen many Y. till
' d l 18, at.3 Mr and Mrs. James compelled to ask for the Job a- Charlotte .
\ Tuesday, Sept. Hornsby departments and classes for all Wilson them returning it is only the Dashing,
gain, and will greatly appreciate It, that Jim never e. U. na.ehlng"r Pllllnllfr"
o'clock! In the recreation hall and family. ,
and a welcome a- beginning of new and endless battles IJ"fendllnl.
anything you can do for me. ages friendly lived in Starke, or even In Brad- No. 9991. '1
waits all who worship with us at His mother and Peace has been won, but ORDER OF 1'l'llI.If'.I1'lfJ
ford County. ANn ,, i
Trusting you will favor me again of the of these men, returning NOTICE TO( .
any services former res I dents of many STATE OF ) .11'1' : :
this time with your vote, I home afte. overseas, feel Paslng-cr. ud.IrA\ A I" years ,
'iH.4I.i little farm .
1 Jacksonville, bought a rjuard Pool J '
am, Navy i 'I't
lost. One of the most pathetic 12 n
Yours sincerely PresbyterianThe home near Hellbronn Springs last Fleet Post Office, Sew y",,\,, V'
stories I ever heard was told ofa You are
consciousness re'lul"ed I
A. L. Alvarez. fall, so when Jim regained September. 21, I" "?'"" '
Starke Presbyterian Church ! after that horrible blinded man who, as he was beIng named Court and 194. In ,II",, .

will hold its worship service at his wheeled down the home gang plaintiff "ekll dlvore'anus, ah
plinecra; he naturally gave I
e ANIOTKUH! OF TUT. 11 a. m. Sunday morning under mother's address as Route, Two, plank, pulled out his handkerchiefand Order In Telegl'aph next foul"hall 1"I.I"h, ,

.? the direction of the pastor, Rev. Starke. A lot of folks around waved toward a blank wall, Witness my |hllndltd w.kly, "rf' ', ,',
riI CITY OF STAKKE J. U West. Ills I topic will be Call Street have been upset be- thinking it was in the directionof at 1945.OFFICIAL Starke. Florhln t thl, ,luW"al.

I __ Through the solicitation of "Unexpected Things In the Life cause the Jacksonville papers the cheering crowd. Then there ( SEAL) A. J .j-h,

I many of my friends, I have enter- of Christ". This 1 Is> a follow up are now claiming Jim as a son will be those who cannot speak A"r-r' Douglas of sal,, "'ourr2ach

ed the race for Member of your sermon on the message of last of Jacksonville but they are their Vocal cords destroyed by a AUy fo'riv Plf Ul1ln"\llIe" ,4 It,

,' 6 __ City Council. To you who do not 1 Sunday. Sunday School meets at Heht-. much BI we WOUld like tO bullet, or perhaps torture There _
_____ --- -- ----
bi'1t know, I am a retired railroad 9:45: under the direction! of Mrs. have him for our own. He wentto will be those for whom the war e''oCi7'1': ("IIU''IT' . .tomr., 1111"IFf
: p man. I own my home In Starke.I Jeanette Young. school{ in Jacksonville and will never be over because their CFIIY': 1I"

I expect to spend the balance of Mrs. E. E. Lansing has chargeof worked In, the shipyard there until minds are gone. They will go Tthel Erwin Green C- KWe Howe ef..ndl1lt1, Plaintiff
my life in Starke. I am interestedIn the musical part of the ser entering the service. His on and on living, but never No. 8989. > > <

the welfare of our little city. vice. Miss Mary Louise Durshl- mother Is back living in Jackson knowing. ANIJ OltDER NOTirn OF p'nLIlATIO TO .\ '

Being retired, I have sufficient mer Is Leader of the Youth Ser- ville at the present time. Intestinal forJltude: ? These men STATE OP FLORIDA tci'r' '

__j l i 1 twi time, and If elected to this honor- vice which will meet at 8 p. m But why quibble over which have It! For instance, there is Pvt. c.dress Rowe In,.Pfc whose 13, C.resilience KM

4 1JV able and Important place as a town Is "home" to Jim Wilson? James D. Clark of Tennessee who Louis ly net S. C, U. 1747 H"we.2UII Camp

1 member of your City Council, will W. S, C. S. CirclesCircles He's a Floridian and that's good was formerly with the 30th Division You, Obispo are required California to

give alL.the time thaIs neces- enough for me. He belongs to and is n o w stationed at September 24, 1945, In the".

F 'r r ? sary, promising that I will work of the WSCS will meet Starke, just as he belongs to Camp Blanding. He's about the plaintiff named Court seeks and ('au.'b,
for Die best Interest of our little Monday. September 3, at 4 p. m. Jacksonville and eve r yother most pleasant fellow I've ever met atlon of Maiden Name and Brad rei

City, and the tax payer who Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs.A. town in the United States.. His -always talking like an Englishman Order County Telegraph shell publish
tevli / compose same. valiant spirit makes him propertyof German and In next four weekly )i1
Z. Adkins at her home on or a keepingup Witness my hand and "jfflilal
Will appreciate your vote and Klngsley Lake. Circle No. 2 will the Universe! His courage Is a steady stream of chatter. nt Starke. Florida\ this Augn-

li $ 1s Drive in Today support. meet with Mrs. Barbara Clute at too unbounded for any one townto The other day it was raining again 1(OFFICIAL B4o SEAL< ) A. J Th

Sincerely yours, her home on Kingsley Lake with hoard. and he was walking along A. Clerk of sold Court.

for a -P. L. Bridges. Mrs: : O. L. Haynes co-hostess. The other day Jacksonville.lUlall I with his hand on his hip, saying T.Atty Frank for Pit.Landrum, Burke g-24. FI 41 ,

i _. ... .....a..d.rr.. won Al,,. "Damn that German. He should -
/ was liiU UlUVCU WII"o "'laW""
I'.I,; FREE TIREINSPECTION a story about Jim Wilson that he have shot my whole leg off while :

F ---V.7 started a one-man drive for funds he was at it Then it wouldn't 4 I /

," HURRICANE'WARNINC to help make him Independent for hurt so much when it rains. He ;

L1 life. It was one of those things and another: GI were talking overa
1 + At no obligation whatever wa will that everyone wants to get In on field telephone near Aachen one TOR ACID INDIGESTI

ti'' examine your tires carefully; let your Since 1926 seven hurricanes of and soon the contributions were day when they heard planes over-

know what repairs, if any, area disaster proportions have swept pouring In from everywhere. The head. "When they're high up they
necessary; and advise what should f
X d be done to keep '1111 rolling.We'll over various sections of the United Philadelphia Inquirer had already sound like washing machine mo-

I States. Most of them struck in started a drive (in that great city .tors, and when they're low they f 1 1

September.The '" and by now the Jimmy Wilson I sound just like they're falling a- .1

c' fund must total around $60,000. part", James says This night the
only protection windstorm
against That's how Americans feel about planes were high and unloaded

loss is INSURANCE. Don't this handsome lad with the easy about 200 small personnel bombs, 50cCarpenter's

r wait until you see the warning smile. Whether h e needs the right on top of the GI patrol."I .

.w 1 Help I You.. signal-that will be too late. money or not, they want Jim didn't know I was hit until

Secure Call Us Today Phone 146 Wilson to know they think he's I my leg began; to feel numb. ThenI Drug SI

t top; II. looked down to see if my' foot

> tho; Famous New r ., ._ .
H. C. WALL AGENCY "--- -- '""

iy Tiresonc' HaroM C. Wall Joni E. Wilson ,

.. "
ji ".... .; : : ", ',. .:, ."'. ..': .:: .:': . -: ':-- _. ..:: .-.':".:,> J
; g? @
r IY -- --
; 'f' ple.t.a by helping yon make out an 1 cllcce"kr&

, : r e 1 Tin application for a tire rationing I CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES
f ,l' jt.- t NNd ei cert14cate.iJ .

-- -

' of all kind renovated HAVE IT FIXED Many little GET READY FOR
s t r/ ; furniture upholstered and thlng-e are breaking up around ,
reflnUhed. Drop us a card the house these, days that you ,
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Ko would replace If you could get
130. Palatlca. Fla. tf them. This la Impossible but
maybe I can fix It. Ask for
Frank at Telegraph Office.. tf

CAR ROLLING WITH 30 ROOMS Girls Dresses 2.25 to 3.9!
r - -

% W viresons BUSINESS PROPERTY . &# ''wJJ"!
( Girls .5
% BOOK A nOOM AHEAD Panties .39 to
' e - - -

r Heat In Each BoonLARRY'S G..t.... advertiser .1 roan_ ) Girls Slips .98
**r paean. made ave - - - - eac
; )
,,, is All materials and workmanship fatly n.OOO ..1.. of Ilemce_Karmi_ ,
y .t +. I ,- ,4 guaranteed. ,Ton A...ace. B rere ,...... all over the
PLACE World. Free open listing .1/IIIfJ- \
xtra safety, egteamll:74A
4 j jj & traction, longer KINGSLEY LAKE E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY ,. .
r ::. i
''I+ j .gel t a11 Girls I Winter Coats
P 1000 Feet From B Gate Represented Locally By 1 "
Grad. A Rubb.r 41i F. C. IIOLLINOSWORTII (! ; !> '

_ FOR SALR-l 4t Pontiac conver- 116 So. Walnut St. t3 ';
tibia good condition.Oardnrr'a $10 each,0"j
Studio, Blending Center, Starke. .
designed Mri. Bertha Pearce 505 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN ; '
AT MY KAHM-A yellow brindleetrlped West Madison St., 7-28-4t e I' A ABoys
steer, marked undercloue P
& PLYMOUTH In rlKbt ear split In left oar. HKLP WANTED!: -Secretary for of- '
--C. lt. Hayes Lake L"Uthr, Fla flee work. Local person. prefer
600 TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE, FLA. 8-24 Ztp red. Previous. experience, help K
ful Salary M week. Brad
u' per
LOST" -Black bull marked swallow ford .
Engineering Company. H
fork upper bit each ear; approximately Boys Pants
X yrs, old; wt. about 400
His; half Brahman half Black FOR SALE Two-wheeled. trailer. Polo Shirts r
Angus breeding" No brand If First house beyond city limitson
found please notify Fred Ifaien. Lake Butler. highway. Set. 5l. Assorted ColorsSizes
Hrooker. 8-24 Ztp Schmidt. 8-31 hp|

FOR SALE!-Radio for U or 57 FOR SALE Baby carriage and All Colors .98 4 to 16
Ford |25 24 Inch screen wire, tOe play penInquire at Smiths \J
sq, ftPortable typewriter, 110. Garage for SUurty Patton. Itp "t
AVAVT"I: Huddle home, none Ilk* him. tloo.: ,
T Neo LeUrand at Stark. Amu.emente. FOR SALE-Thorobred San. milk $1.54 pair
Ito goat, will sell cheap for cash 'f
if sold at once. See l>. U. Kelly
LOST OR 8TRATED-One cream 214 Thompson St. Itp <'.
Jtrney' cow .btittheaded. marked
crop under half crop In one ear., WANTED TO BUY-1941 or 43
FORDENT:; under lope in other. Brand . model car In good condition. InQuire Boys Shoes
AlHit one brindle, white faced at My Doll House on H.
bob-tallod l hflfer, Brand K 1". f$ Walnut !St! Starke. Up
rewardV., It. Connor, Stark. lip
FOR SALE-Six room house with Black or Brown
NICE WORK OOAT and harneafl eveconvenience, two screened _
for sale only '5. He. Chance porches hot and cold runningwater t l
Harper, St. flair Ht. it etc. \Four acres of land ;
Mrs. R. F. Godwin. 316 North 2.85
FOR" 8AIn-Baby carriage, prewar Cherry at, Starke. It pair
steel with rubber wheel,
In good condition reasonable. 401 WANTED TO BUT-Used youth
From One-Room
Efficiencies Up South Walnut St. lip bed, with or without matress.
Ask at newspaper office. It
FOR SALK-3 IS"sU' cast Iron
enamel kitchen "I I n k.. several. GIRL WANTED-Colorlst In photo Every Day
f Priced From $20 Up baking ovena' for oil stoves. :2 studio. Experience not neces.. Day Is Bargain
Magic Chef. gas ctovei, other ar- sary. Noun a to 10, t-day: week.
ticle. Inquire at 101 LMifayette Uood salary Apply In person
ft. up to White's Photo Studio Main E, At TheI
f ', Post Exchange, Camp Blandlrs.
aMa ,, FOR SALE-1941 Ford Coupe, very Fla. It
low mileage: aby'n play pen and
1 i, l>a>.nlnet. 3 do.en dlapern; Zenith WANTED TO BUY-Paby rlb. Ig
bivtterv or electric portable radio. Inch width without mattress.
E, J. Hahiner. at newntand Itp Telephone 141. Up

W. T. CLUTE REALTOR LOST-Hub-cap. from a 1941 Ply. FOR SALE:-About ISOOO mission.(
i. : mouth -ar. Finder pln.e return ary strawberry plants. At the STAR
or notify C. .L Beam Rte. 2, Home of Mrs. R. A. Thomas, TOO STOR.r
Itox ward 62.\, srarke, and receive re-Up W. Lafayette at. Slarke. Fla. Up

L., LOST-Drown MIlfoM Sunday with house. I J-rooni house, corner
name engraved. Yancy C. Riley, 11th and Grand Sts. Lights) and
Finder |>lea.e keep. money and water. Furnished or unfurnlih
c, return. paper. to newnpaper of. ed. See J. \\'. Orlffls at Den-
fice u tp mark' Furniture Store 8-24 Itp .

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