Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 28, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04934
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Village Proves To Be More 'Odorous Than 1Otflicial

tire tOgenic . Amateur Camera Fan Loses Tem BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH j,

{Irhl'1l{ '0'-, Censor Loses ,Pictures . Keep Writing 1

';;Jf. A. w. Anderson ;II"'s even our dauntless Jeep could ge County Publication Established InJ ?? I
T Tic! SIIIt Inf. Dlv., no closer than the crest of one sixrirS"v"--u .
P. y[ S. FiCaUt. of the hills. Stump and I climbed --- - STAItKE, FLORIDAFRID.iY, SFPTEMBEU 28, ia&i ", ,'>mOB FRTV.NINi
,1., care :! down ------- --- --------- --- _.. -- --- _. . .
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through the --- -- -- ----- - -- -- ---- ------
maze of underbrush ----- -- -'

I I The us1 tired scene, a and mile that drenched long confronted Job with that us sweat was left To Process Beef Meet The-- -- -- New TeachersNew ---- T orn doesTurn In Neat Performance j.I j.. '

not what I would call
exactly pho I I

togenic.In various Fourteen stages thatched of disrepair hut On Opening Day To Hold I Gainesville 21-7 Last Friday i

faces are almost as much RICE W.\YNE RYUI teaches I
on a plot of ground that
Malaybalay looked like a pig sty. In fact 1 It At Canning Plant : In evidence as the old familiar I I General Science ((9th Grade) and Aa if to redeem themselves for their sluggish performancein tit

, Mindanao, P., I. WAS a pig sty, for the pork was faces on the faculty of BHS this Biology (loth, 11th and 12th the season's opener against Lake Butler the BUS Tornadoes i' I

ha* become a process of running around loose and the Opening Day of the Communlt I year. In order that the peopleof Grades) : local residence Temple held the fort at Bradford Park last Friday night 1

twiddling:'e on this once Japed ground was all rooted up. The Canning Plant will be held Sat the community might become Ave. &: 11th Sts.; home address against; a powerful invading force from Gainesville 'High. J ;

tand;, and days would stench was awful urday beginning at 9 a. m. V R. more quickly acquainted with the O'Brien. Fla.. educated Universityof The final score, 21 to 7, in favor of Gainesville was so ?
Ijl indeed if It weren't for I wa ready to turn around 1 Ferguson, BHS vocational teacher newcomers, the Telegraph pre- Florida; enlisted in the U. S. much better than expected BUS supporters re- ;
little unimportJSToftlme and leave, but Stump wan determined said today that B. K Wheeler' sents the following brie( sketches: Coast Guard Reserve. Nov. 26 anyone .at i f
-gam it almost
unnoticed, aide. to get Ms picturcM. So Agriculture teacher of Hawthorn 1942 and served" until July., as favorablyaa I ?

I, and incidents that happen we took a few shots. of the naked will be present for the opening* MRS. JOHN R 00 i) E N IIOGAKTII lt>45. This U his first teaching Farmers Will Meet a win. It was a big Improvement {i

l vtr GIs gather. children of the women, who day. Mrs. Tyler Jones who l la. to : teaches Fifth Grade and assignment Saturday To over last year's
Ifwt thing have been so are drensed Just a* you have be In charge of canning advice art; local address. 414 South St.; 32-0 Gainesville victory.

'quirt In the putt few heard of families and of the I for persons using the plant's facll- home address, 219 Dallas Place, I l1It.f.UYIS: S. FENNESSYi Discuss ProgramThe Playing] a do-or-die: game '

that I've even startedLuring village. But every picture costa sties will :also be present. Plani Spartanburg S. C.; educated In instructor In bookkeeping, dramatics and never letting up until the +r

RUfht now I recall coin or cigarettes. It seemed are being; completed to can a beef Converse College, Spartanburg; i shorthand and English; Farmers of the county an final whittle, the Tornadoes scored
of the worst trip I that the "Innocent" natives I and possibly' two. taught art last year In a girls' local address, 323: Walnut: home requested to attend a meeting' at' In Uv. last quarter when

ko made e was over" a 20 mile had learned to work the soldier The cost to the people will be finishing school In Hcnderson- I' address, Chicago Ill.; educated the Courthouse nt Starke at 2:31: Jerome Johns blocked a punt and

of New Guinea rail that trade Just an fast a- the people the actual price of the cans which villa N. C.; came to Starke with Georgia Teacher College .and p. m. Saturday Sept. 29 to die Steve Weldon recovered on the

t had the audacity to 'around Starke did. will be about .4 cents for No. 2 husband who Is, a sergeant at graduate work at Northwestern cuss the Boll Conservation" program 10 yard line. The ball was push-
GI j nap Camp Blunding; hobbles, art and 'University; camo to Starke to be as announced by I ed In
11 road. It was as lull ofL The lImb:: down the hill was cans and S cents for No. 3 cans county; over two plays with Guard
n a dressed chicken child's play compared to the return The plant Is located on property music i with her husband stationed ,at agent L. T. Dyer. B. C. HolUendorJ (temporarily at J

[ thick layer" of powdery trip. We were thoroughly belonging to Bradford High : Camp Blanding; spent past three The County Agricultural Con fullback) carrying. Jim ,Godwin ,
the like the kind exhausted when School and Is for the convenienceof MRS. DORA BELL M. FULTON years on faculty at Armstrong salvation Committee .la calling kicked the extra pointGainesville I ;
I Ousted up we reached the : teaches Third Grade local College, Savannah, Ca, ; F
all Bradford ; at the of H. O
meeting scored
r your parlor rug. . Jeep again and started back to County. Every address request on lengthy
alone in a Jeep, but the 'camp. But all our trouble and one Is Invited to attend this Hartman' Apartments; Clayton wno In In charge of the runs In the first, thl-d and fourth ? ''s
rat Ins not alone. There were effort was forgotten In the satisfaction opening day and to make any use home address Drew. Miss.; educated MRS. REBECCA J. SIMPSON* State Office In Gainesville In quarters running the extra point l" ',
teaches "
Third Grade
Is the" wife
Mississippi State ;
behind of the plant for" College order to acquaint the farmers each time.
|i la front and trucks of knowing that at least canning they for Women. Columbus of E. n. .'"..,._. n_
wish. .t'- with the provisions of the Although no aliblea are needed
I happen to be B program T
Ion's how Stump had his pictures. Or that'swhat
Miss. son, watchmakerat
: and the' for the crack performance turnedIn
New GuineaI payments they may
1 authority on HE thought.
taught foul the Gem Jewelry receive for the Tornadoes the fact ( i
hours makinggmt carrying out certain by remains -
I was five If have ever wanted to years in Mississ. ; taught
bivouacto you Small Released practices on their farms. that they were badly handicapped
trip from our He what a thoroughly mad sergeant "- ippi and came tc school 14 1.2 being forced to play almost -

to tie:\ base Quartermaster toIt looks, like you should Starke "**to -bt years I n Ohio And the entire last half with a
requisition filled. By theII have seen Sergeant Stumfoll a Under and( nerved' in the Army Navy second string backfield Turner
$300 Bond with her husband 'ts iA
base again
I reached home few later when his WAC, receivinga
days precious ts Step Up Program and Mooney' were still on the
like colored who Is
a now
bed something roll of film was reported discharge In sick list, Milton Norman was

Lr tI picked 'up along the lost by the censor"! Arlgo Small, colored accused stationed al: \ June, .was; For RecruitingThat knocked nut at the half and liar-"

J By sheer coincidence, soap of demolishing his wife's house In ,Camp Blandlng .' .. educated in Kent the "peace-time Navy Is ley succumbed to Injuries In the a

|mb: brushes I brought were back.part of I To Inject a serious note let me I Reno with an explosive charge,, I after aervin8" 1 ; .... ..tJ 'j.: .'. State University, a great life" was the themo sIres. I third quarter ;

applies would take at least I urge you not to atop writing has beer released under $300 overseas twoyears ], ." 0' '. Kent, Ohio. Mr." oed thla week by Navy recruitersall :Meet liunnrll Tonight
it .
j If bond and Is now taking the V. Attuned for victory tonight, the
fit clean those often-and-long letters to D. ,\. and Mrs Slmp- overthe state as they undertook
with the
to me "
load get
t tie your particular GI Just becausethe cure at Ocala county officers ..LT -..- ... .. -- the tank of enlisting volunteers Tornadoes will meet a light but
) u. v e an
sun ii "
AlrbormDivision. ,
10bt team BradfordPark.
stated hard-fighting at
yesterday .
war Is over. Chances are thathe's to keep the peacetimefleet'
Jrt In those days Sgt. Fran- I Her chief hobby Is apartment on Call St. Last year the score was
Small's bond
more homesick and lonesome originally set at on the high seas
fttumfoll of Pltt burg. Kan. I horseback riding. 37-12 In favor of 11HS, but little
bv the
than that the excitement $1,000 city was reduced
ever, now
amateur assist According to Chief W. Y Whiteof
i in enthusiastic I --t' JOHN II\LL DBAS. JIM la known of Bunncll'a current
outfit. He Is over and there's nothing to $300 by County Judge K. KPerl'yman and I instructor the Jacksonville office, t h eNavy's
ijrapher In our MRS.ILU.M II. UIDDKU.i: ant football ability except that It was downed
much to rto but sit and wait. Anthere's and was posted by .1, .
J alieauUful35 mlUlmeter .I Instructor in home economics; at In 7th and 8th grade science;: porky of accepting qualified 30-0 by New Smyrna In Its first -
|a camera and lugged tithe a tip: Occasionally Inclose M. Edwards Small's employer, present living with her brother, local address, the F. S. Smith app1'r.ants from 17 to 35 will game, but New Smyrna Is reported '

i ( usual meaty of there I a snapshot o f home folks and and R, B, Alvarez. His name was A. W. Bates at Ute State Farm, home, Park Place; home address,, make It Qosalble to continue full. the terror of the East

ure meter, range finders scenes. He'll appreciate It and on "the Hat" however and as noon but would like at) apartment in Jennings; attended the Universityof speed ahead on Its rapid discharge: Coast. Weldon Qodwln and

Irlpodi. lie managed toI > get a big kick out of showingIt as released, he was packed off to Starke for ,her and her freshman Florida and now In his second plan by furnishing a steady flow Norman will likely be out of the
Ocala Sheriff A. O.
by Andreu. I
I pimp glad pictures, but the around to the gang. daughter, Martha; home address year of teaching. of replacement. Tornado lineup because of Illness

ing paragraphs concern Every unit censor swears up Although Small denies guilt officials Tucson Ariz.; also has a son, Bill, < "A regular Nnvy career", de and Injuiles. '

e he didn't. get. and down that soldiers" are more believe he "blew up" the attending Fish bur n Military AI V n..: (i ISTKlt I.AWSONI'; clared Chief White "today pre. Probable BHS starting will be:

,i Sunday morning we took than contributing their share to house early in the morning of School In Waynes Yholds teaches 5th piade: a newcomer senta a brighter future than ever Thornton or Curry LK; Hall LT; ( ; !

kibe jeep>for a.natwe'r' vfl-, home front morale by ,writingtoo Sept 11 to "get even" with his PHD and MA _lo*rees from Stet- to the BHS faculty, but a real- before. (.Mal'y, of. the JT-year-old ltnund. .rt, Iii; Jobns, C; Mc- ,
about 12 miles away. This darn, many letters. nu wife for living wlth'another' I'husIband" son and University of Georgia; dent of' 3arke for many years'!,: youthsnow: going- through our Itia, or .rJr"-., ItU V Carter "orThorntuu -" i. i I

|agea! hamlet was situated then the poor censors" had to specialized in fords and nutritionand wife of H. A. Lawson; has had office wilf be''" ble to, retire at, KT; ll d wards, UK; ,1 l}

valley between steep hills and read them alll! 'The case will likely come to has taught in Missouri Valley : 12 years of previous teaching experience the age of 37 with an adequate I TuriWt QU;, Mooney, LHB; Nor- >I' ,

I, trial at (he fall term of Circuit College. Kansas State College and ; received her training. at pension for, (ho rest of their lives" man or Htndley, FIJ; Harley or I

Court. the University of Floilda.ALE.YA wTll Conner, ItHLl.( i 1
TO WHOM IT l\ AY CONCERN Elkton (Val) High School; came Parents an an applicant
; are invited to visit the Navy re- :
to Starke to be near her people j N I) K': H LINE PUR- .
Rites Thursday For crutlng station, Chief White Board Announces ,, ,
I Have you, the people of Starke, ever stopped to thinkhat until she joins her husband, Dr. CELL: teaches typing to high asserted

[ )your children, the high 'school students, do with Mrs. E. M. ThomasMrs. Riddell, former professor" at the school students;; local I address,, -- Selectee List ,;

fem elves in the afternoons after school ? I can tell of Arizona now In the Park Place, home address Branford The Fourth Service Command
University Bradford County
15. M Thomas, 65, died education The following
Bla. received /
.u i because I am a high school student. Your chil- ; is calling for 70,000 "CJunrdlanH
for -
the were accepted
early Monday evening at Netherlands, attached to 'at Oren Dualnese registrants
Hague. Bowling
ai, who are probably the future leaders of our city, Flagler Hospital In St. Augustine, of Victory" to enlist for three in the armed forces duringthe
Green Ky.
lam the streets in search of something to do. You following a lingering Illness. the American Embassy. University Bowling years in the Regular Army. Any time between May 31st and
fcow schoolare young man.: 18 to 34 years of axe,
of. high 20th:
)yourselves that boys and girls Mrs. Thomas was born In Clay September
whether now in service, a, veteran
very easily influenced into things that would County the daughter of the late Heads UIIITKOcle ':
la eligible.
ock their parents. Leonard Warren Klckllter and New CommanderFor Shepherd or a civilian Oliver Taylor William i r

1by! don't you, today's government of Starke, domething Pearline Jones Klckllter. The Their Job will be to preservethe Edward': Dees, Claude Roy Pre-,,. :
peace won by force of arms vatt, Lacy Middleton Brown Theodore I
for the Starke of the future? family moved to Starke a few IRTCThe Scout DistrictThe
Blanding at a cost of more than 1,000,000casualties. Osale Cook, Lloyd George
I If we had a place to go in the afternoons, we would years later and In 1898 she was : "Germany and Japan Edwards, Kbbert Newton Crawford i

t be exposed to such influences. You could very married 'o Edgar March Thomas'I must be watched and controlledfor Jr., Roan Joneph' Turner, I

% appropriate a building and furnish it to keep of Starke. He was wellknownover I IRTC at Camp Blanding; September meeting of the at leant a generation, lent they Jr., Henry Uowell Jr.. Grady
state a and commander In the 'New River District Scouters Committee
as grower has per-
the a new
emgh school students occupied with good clean recre- take advantage of us to build for Lee Register" John Morgan Chalk-
of vegetables and fruit son of Maj. Gen Frank I. Culln was held In Starke at the
shipper "
ftonin. Starke another world war, It was stat er Riley Lowell Thomas, George
of ,
people I
afternoon. You the good
In which business he was actively Jr. He succeeds :Maj. Gen. E. W Methodist/ Church" last Friday .
[ho have never raised your hand to help your younger engaged until his death In March night.. The following officers were ed. Mosrly, William Dowling Sexton,

ration, would be> surprised how grateful we would Fales.The new commander has a elected for the coming year and to Recruiting stations have been Jesse Clinton Parker", Arthur John
the Str I c kl H n d, Leon Wainwright,
'. THINK IT OVER( 1932.Mrs.. Thomas father the Rev. long record of service dating backto serve the unexplred terms of the states established of the throughout Fourth Service seven Judson rlercp Revels Harold Ed- 11\\

-High School Student. L. W. Klckllter. was a Civil War the first World War when he current year: Chaplain Leslie A. Command The nearest one to mund HhodPn. Cling Smith Qrlf- Ii
in the 30th Infantry E. L. Mat
officer Chairman
for was an Shepherd, ;
Veteran and was many years Starke U In Jacksonville fls, and two volunteers William
other pastor of various churches In Regiment. Staying in the thews Vice-Chairman; Foster Shi Afursi-l Smith and Hallle Paul j'
Drive No Fair This Year Clay and Bradford Counties. Mrs. regular army, he served at many Smith and Tate Powell Jr.. Mem- '

Used Clothing Legionnaires Say Thomas vas a member of the posts In this country and In the bers-at-Large. C. II. Na worthy I Safe Broken Open Tyler c )i.ORIq: ii
between the two wars, named to head the District I >
Church: of Starke Philippines wa
t First Baptist At Johns Store Moses. 'Williams, Clarence Swln- I
> come Into !loved and at time was professor of Finance Committee. Art Rowand.
imcemont was made this Many Inquiries have and was well-known and by one ton, Levy Lennon Lewis Johnson

by Henry J. Kaiser. Nation- thla office and the local American many In the community.She military science and tactics at the Ill, will continue as ex-offlclo Field sec Thieves pried open the door ofa Jr., Fred JUocker( Fred .Jack on. j'
to two sons, University of Florida. retary. In his capacity as safe In Carl Johns' feed Brooks Roosevelt
innan of Office recently as Is survived! by large James Alfonso j
the Legion
United Na- In World War II Gen. Culln Executive.M. .
will Joseph E. Thomas of Crescent and fertilizer: store Tuesday night Mango, Eddie Le* Hampton Ar
Clothing Collection of thefig whether Bradford County City and Victor C. Thomas of participated in the Aleutian campaign C.: Bo well of Jacksonville, and escaped with a sum of money thur Riles, Jr., General Washington

!( of plans for a secondWide have a fair" this year or not. A. Starke; a daughter, Mrs. J. B. against the Japs and later Scout Executive employed by the and a pistol. Everything In the Hankerson, Jr.. Nathan Kelly I, I

effort to collect cloth- J. Thomas and Van H. Carden, Mills of Green Cove Springs; two I piloted the 87th (Golden Acorn) North Florida Council addressedthe sate was turned upside down and R. T. Murphy, Ramp Cohens Wll- l

:hat i Is urgently needed for American Legion officials discussed brothers J. F Klckllter of Starke division through 134 days of victorious Starke meeting on the "ValueIn Mr. Johns stated that papers, but Hampton Steven Dlggs, Jr.. I

relief the matter thoroughly be- I and L. C. Klckllter of Stuart; I European: combat. His Scouting for Boy and Community records etc.! were In a"mess". Freddie Lee Early. and Willie 1''' (

.tecond clothing fore deciding that there Isn'tenough three sisters Mr. J. A. Cunning division was back in the States ." New members of the The thieves entered the store Moore. II
campaign available to make the and preparing to leave for the the meetingwere
ulod 1 to begin 7 help ham of Sanford; Mrs. Barbara commute attending through a window high off the
January sudden surrender s It.
and not enough Mrs. Pacific when the the Rev. C. Hickman Law- I
nUjlUe through 31. thing a success Conway of Jacksonville, and ground. Fingerprint experts from Fannie Albert Dies ,
January made this un-
hold It In October of the Japs Newcomb Starke and
waa! people will be asked time left to T. EX Strange of Palatka; five tey. O. S. the State Prison were summoned ,
'3 100,000.000 garments So Bradford County will be fair-" rrunddchildren, Harold W. Mills nece8llar)'. U. O. Bates, Raiford. but could find no tell-tale clues. 1 Funeral, services I for "Aunt" j I r

Motional shoes and bed. less this year.Herlong and Miss Dorothy Mills of Green The meeting was adjourned Fannie Albert, 93-year-old negress i I
Sullivan of Deadline Near promptly it 9:00: P. M., to meeton familiar 1 j
Cove; Mm. Percy Rare Type of Blood who has been a figure I
And Adams Starke; Miss Jo Ann Thomas of October 15th, In Lake Butler. about Starke for many many I
the Crescent City; and Edgar Wllkeron For Needed For Patient fears, were held Sunday after i iI
Tabernacle Lab
Open Clinical U.S.N.U., now with the Third Drivers Licenses Lappe Purchases I' I I
greatgrand.children. : If your blood Is the rare All- Pis-ah

.",lades Or'! of meetings conduct- Drs. Adams and Herlong an- Fleet; and. three Captain Olla Hill acting director Raybin BuildingMr. Fill type, some of It might be ity. Th. service was conductedy
John McNelll, the this week that their new of Pub. of saving the life of a -
1 nounce held In the First of the Department the means Rev K. J. Madison of Lake
evangelist of Washington clinical laboratory and x-ray unit Servlcej were said this week that and Mrs: Harry Lappe, ;rltlcally-lll loldler's" wife.: burial took place In
Thursday afternoon lie Safety ?Hy and
cane: to a close Sunday Is now It Is .situated in a Baptist Church extension on the owners of the local bakery, recently donors to supply
1JI' open. o'clock with the Rev. there will be no A call for Thurston Cemetery. .:
L a large congregation section of their office building on at 3:30: officiating. Interment time allowed to purchase 1916 purchased the Raybin The two: pints of blood per week' Is Aunt Fanny was well-known

P-v.! West Call St. L. D. Haines In Crosby Lake Ceme- driver's licensee the deadline being Building at 812 Call St. site icing made by the Brad" ford here, having wdrked during her 1
and time bakery
! Irs.Y.. 1. Stroup Bill Brlganco an old was October 1, and urged all driv- purchase Includes the County Red Cross Chapter. younger days as a domestic servant" ,( t

sin IIIMtton\ be pay have arrived Starkelte Is In charge of the lab. De-vitt ers to purchase licenses Immediately and the Star Store W., which Pooser U now of The woman Is a tubercular patent 'or old Starke families. Her hus- ,

'Nork active In the RabIe He was recently discharged from bearers were A. J. to avoid a last minute ruxh. operated by J. now In the State Farm Hos- and was the late Robert Alert .

for the next few the army after serving some time Active pall A. Newsome. L. J. According to reports received, Tampa. pital and requires transfusions > a Methodist preacher and
StnIn addition to and Is a former residentof Thomas, R. been sold this Mr. Raybin who has been In survived one ion and
>< Is eadrand overseas E: K Perryman C. A. fewer licenses/ have tn Tuesdays and, Fridays. Her they are by .
a song Lawtey. He Is an experienced Lennon last health for some time Is '
soup and F. F: Flume. year than at this year poor[ lusband recently arrived home hree daughter
an accomplished laboratory and x-ray technician. KnIght In[ Bradford County 1048 opera- planning to take It easy for a- from' overseas because of)ter critIcal -

y1!Dlght sand sent or's: licenses have been sold and while. lInei.) Church ConventionThe

la:1gregatlon.: welcomed IntoWednesday War Time To End R. J. Andrews Z75 chauffeurs licenses. Mr. Lappe has operated the Anyone wishing to donate bloodaaKed '!
obtained for the past three years !
87-year-old All drivers who have not bakery to contact the Red Crossn Christian. Churches of
:mi lItey had charge of the President Truman has signed! R. J. Andrews Union County, died ; a permit by October 1, will and despite many shortages the armory building phone 33. JraJt'ord County will convene tr
hour. maintain
(:" ; bills passed by Congress returning armer of at his home be required to stand an examination nateriaU has managed to hose[ who do not know what luncUy, Sept. 30 with the church i :
''sNeO and Time unday afternoon the Florida Illgh- quality In his bakery: good Sermons during the p'Lt
other Tabe. the nation to Standard Butler. Funeral .er- given by available their blood Is may have It Stark ;
,I nab vlalted Sept near Lake consists ofthree \a soon B. material is yp be delivered by T. Boyd
the army effectiVe at 2 a. m., Sunday. held Tuesday afternoon vay Patrol which business yped by visiting the Jacksonville lay wlU '
tatwards. ..be1et Wednesday night' 30. On that day clocks must be I Ices were Elzeys Chapel In Lake >arts, written test, .eye test and te plan. to expand his I blood bank 633 W. Tenth St. Clayton' John Wall'iiburg and Its
apt a 'Irvtce In the hoe- : turned back one hour to endDaylight from Sutler.the I actual driving test. and remain In Starke. Fred Dodd. I

1 Saving Time.

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s, ...-._._._-- -._.n_-- ..----r--- -- -
find hiding its head in the sandsof were In Gainesville Saturday.Mr. PresbyterianThe Cookman E. Ja.kson whose -
oppose, we Congress Ave. AIu
and ddre'aOctober
M Mrs. Louis Crews
and You
"volunteer mirage".
children of Starke were in Lawtey Presbyterian Church an U, 79431indth" air
Yes-twenty years ago we said that Germany Saturday. nounces Its program for Sunday tiff ed Court seeke. rauee a ..

ExtaMl)4 1877 .would never again be able to wage aggressive warfare. Russ Prevatt la'home with a Sept. 30 and the week following: vov<""roe

E. L. Matthnv/ __-____ Editor and Owner Ilah! discharge from the Army. He is Sunday School at 9:45: : Mrs. In Witness next .fouraw.publish kly 'I.ou thi,I
a Will we be as badly fooled this time? If we are, a son of Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt. Jeanette Young, Supt. at Stark. my Florida hand ,? I..

and Entered a* Second Class Matter we can place the blame right where President Truman M.., and MrS. Leon Fletcherand Morning worship service at 11 tember.(OFFICIAL 1945. thloortt.t
FabUnhed Wwkly on Florida. placed the blame for Pearl 1 Harbor-on us, THE daughter, Fannie and Bunnyof A. M. The Pastor Rev. J. L. Ae Clerk ef SEAL said)Court. J .
Office at Starke.
At the .
;' PEOPLE.Our. Brockton Ga, were visiting West has announced for his topic T.Atty Frank for I.andrum, Stark
Mrs. Fletcher's mother, Mrs. Carrie iThe Winner Of A Martyr's '.Zl
Are 'We Travelling WHAT FRIGHTENS US military and political leaders will listen to us IN CIRPI' 4
r MOST about the whole if we make enough noise. We must let them know that Gasque Sunday. Crown. COUNTY IT pr?

The' Old Road That thing is that after World we want no repetition of the mistakes that frustratedthe Edna Harley in the Is old opening Health a The choir will provide speclat Martha .Van FLORIn11B11CF.IIY. Sue ,

J Led To 'World 'War II? War I our military and peace of 1918.How Clinic new on the corner. I music. liam UU. Van Site. Defendanl, Plalntlfr'i 0
leaders of the Previewing the services which
Lln'dell of
and Bradley ORDER OF
? Betty .
would Germanybe will be held each, night from Mon AND NOTICE Pt'RLIC'A,
that again and
day loudly proclaimed never Starke spent Friday night TO
permitted to wage a war of aggression.In To Use DDT Saturday with their grandmother, day through Friday at 8 P. M.: Van STATE Silo U whore FFLuIUDA addres APPI to'.; 1
These services are In preparationfor William
our issue of November 15, 1918 we find headlines Mrs. Perry Davis. the World Wide Communion C, 109th Rep, 8I1e-20311171.
;9 aft announcing that: -- Linda and Hilda Crews spent master, San Francisco Apt 701 .
Is held in all
Armistice Imposing Moat Strin With the insecticide DDT cud. for a do?. Use about onefourthteaspoonful Sunday'with 'their grandmother, Presbyterian You are required to Call
"Germany Accepts October
,, Power denly released by the War Production of a 10 percent DDT Mrs. Perry Davis.Pine Churches: throughout all lands. ad Court 2:1.and 1945, In the aboj
Terms Ever Laid before Defeated Enemy. cause
gent entire The local church will observe this tiff eek.
Board for Indiscriminate powderto cover the body.Don't divorce. Rradrord
v to Again Wage War Taken from Her. use by the public, the State Boardof put DDT on a cat; because i . e, . . . . . service October 7 at the '11 o'- In net tourhWeeklylienueale, '
The article went on to state that: Health this week listed pre- II cats lick themselves and may be clock hour. WUn my hand
e \ "Having lifted the yoke of militarism from the cautionary measures for Ita use come lck. Level] Monday"Three Steps t 0 September seal at diarks. Florida and, Ih

s peoples of the central empire, the allies now turn to by the laymon. One point which Mulrennan emphasized Faith." (OFl< .C.A&,.. 1945.!SEAL)
},. tasks!' of humanity and mercy to bind up their wounds in view of the minimum By Mrs. II. M. McRaeRev Tuesday "The Marred Faceof As Clerk of said Court A. J 9
John A. Mulrennan director T. Frank
. . l.andrunt
. ,
f and feed the hungry, meanwhile seeking to guide them Bureau of Malaria Control stated human reactions! to the Insecticide t the Lord. Atty for Pit, Starter 9.114, F

,I to :a. place in the family of nations from which they that personnel from his office who vas that the Bureau's especially W. E. Hall filled his reg- Hand"Wednesday. "The Unclean ix cinrrircojftrv. t-' ,IttT ,

ear take part in assuring that another such 1,500 days have been working: with the spray trained crewmen have used ular appointment at Pine Level Thursday "The Radiant Gos FI.OIl'U\1 IIntl IY .

tja ,' of blood and, horror need never come again." continuously for five and six daysa equipment designed especiallyfor Church Sunday morning and pel." Eunice: Kolle J-Jenderoon.

rvt 1 If that was the belief, purpose, and intent of our week since March 1, have noticed the job of spraying DDT. who The evening with 101 in the Sunday Friday-"Some Things Money Case VII. Fred No. 4022 JoJ, Hendereon., pal'1'1

wr leader ; in 1918, we think it high time that someonea no ill effects other than average person, therefore School classes, Cannot Buy." ORDER OF pC-nLICATI
the for home consumption ,
buys product AND
occasional skin NOTICE
.RcfI- WHAT HAPPENED? Blight and upsets. should adhere to the let &;:. and Mrs. Owen McRae returned STAT1I: TO AI'PE

l n '? nat happened and who is to blame for the fact But: ter of Instructions, and should also home Thursday after a Pine Level Church Fred Henderson E. ,Hendorooa woo, addreetl:

j i r ,'" that this same Germany, a mere twenty years later, "Don't put your hands in DDT obtain the best possible type visit with! Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Co. C.. 9th Armd, End pen J pn 4

l plunged! !, the world into another war. more devastating liquid when it is mixed with an sprayfim.\ There Is no premise on Hall and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. In as much as time will be set 259 % PORtmaoter are \ew YorkOctober

.fit t'.1l lj any in the annals of history? Who is to blame? oil base. Keep It away from the which to base toxic reactions Wynn In Jacksonville. back at :2OO A. M. September .5. 1946, In theosbu,,.

y Who went to sleep at the switch ? Our politicians? Our mouth. where the layman Is concerned.It Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of 30th., Pine Level Church serviceswill "tiff d Court.eek and divorce cause and wherein,
j The practice of wetting a clothIn Therefore Starke were Sunday dinner guests be as follows: Sunday School of maiden name. rel
military leaders? The people themselves? is much too early. Bradford ,,
the concentrate and rubbing it that of Mi' and Mrs. H. M. McRae 10.00: a. m., morning worship, Telegraph hall publish thh
it is all the important
i sf We are interested in placing the blame for something more In next four weekly l
walu in kitchen cabinets and 11:00 a. m, and Ixeura
IY over and song prayer service Witness.
be taken to family. hand
= my
- it precaution
water-over-the-dam insofar every and r
1 only as
that is now on screened doors and windows is at 7:00: p. m., preaching service seal at. Starke.: Florida, Ihl.
mistakes guard a i?a inst unforseen kickbacks Mrs. W. E. Hall and Mrs. H. Umber 5th. 1H45
will) from making the same foolhardy
keep us 7:30
highly discouraged. Use a paint : p. m., and mid-week
from the insecticide. It M. McRao were visiting Mrs. Wm. SEAL) A, J, T1!
is .1, again. But'the promptness with which we ,find our brush Instead. When spraying prayer service Wednesday at A I Clerk of Maid Court
Congressmen falling into the old pattern of laissez-faire DDT with an oil base, or when was pointed out however that Guy Hall 'in Palatka Monday. 7:30: p, m. Everyone is welcome. Atty.T. Frank for Landrum Plf. Starke, F

.1, t ; i' q ; that followed the first World War cannot be other than dusting, wrap a damp towel around ties because of most of the petroleum fat-solvent distillates proper children Mr. and were Mrs. visiting B. M: McRae Mr. and and iv CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD y14
disturbing. your to prevent In which DDT will usually be mixed COUNTY, PL.UIUUAI IN CHANCI3IIV. -

k '; What do we find now, at the very outset of this haling the small particles of spray irritation of the skin and absorption at Mrs.Crosby Wesley Lake McRae Sunday and afternoon.Rev. family. Nona Brown. Newlon, Plaintiff, v 8.

fine new era of "world ,peace" that is fatuously announced and dust I of DDT may occur following Wavmond R.' -H.-.urlnn..--.., _riA f an4n"U_*"*t'
I and Mrs. W. E. Hall hadas Case: --N 4048.ORDER .
tP as ending war for all time? Here Is the pic- "Never spray DDT on food or heavy exposure. PUBLICATION
ture: dishes and by all means, keep The U. S. Public Health Service dinner guests Sunday Mr. and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mrs. H. A. Ware, Mr and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA
the from babies' toys. to: Way.
Our politicians, as represented by Congress, shying spray away the organization responsible for'DDT' H. H. Floyd and Mrs. E. C. Faulk mond R. Newton, UFO No. 2, Way-
All but those the
persons doing supervised use for civilians : lace, West Virginia, and Pfo Way-
.} timorously from compulsory military training and prat- spraying job should be kept from during the that in spits' all of Jacksonville! and Mrs. W. mond R. Newlon S5279345 BOTth Air C:
say !; H. Thomas of Ga. Mrs. engineering B<|. 480th Air Service
about volunteer methods being sufficient to supply Waycross, ,
:, ing the until the settles
room spray
I t of the Inherent toxicIty of DDT Op. APO 149, % Poatmaster, New
u r occupation forces in Germany and Japan and a standing and dries. ,. Its use In a 1 to 5 percent solutionas J. E. Coleman of Anderson S. C. York New York.
Mis Anderson is a sisterinlawof You are required to appear on
f' 1 Army at home. "EXTINGUISH ALL FIRES on aerosol should offer no October 22. 1945, In the above named -
Our military leaders, bemused by on-the-surface when spraying a room with DDTIn serious health hazards when administered Mrs. Hall. Court and cause wherein plalnIff -
; Mi' and Mrs Guy Hall and Hei-kn divorce and restoration
estimating an oil solution. Don't spray under conditions required of Malden Name Kradford
1 "cooperation" of the conquered peoples, occupation County
; daughters, Zaida Pat, 'Shirley
animals with an oil solution. A for Its use as an Insecticide. Telegraph shall publiah this Order
h forces of only 200,000 men necessary to keep Jean and Virginia Ann of Palatka In next four weekly issues.
dusting powder is recommended WltnuHH. hand
and official
watchful 80,000,000 potential
a eye on were visiting their parents Mr. seal at Starke, Florida, this Sep-
With these two classes-the politicians and the and Mrs. W. E. Hall Sunday aft emher 18, UU.OFF'rCrAL 113 E. Call Street
; . . . . . . . . . . . . ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas STAUKE FL.\
military leaders-following so exactly the old 1918 ernoon. As Clerk of said Court.
+ pattern of "now it's over let's get back to normal", we HamptonIly Mrs O. R. Alvarez of Vanderbilt T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida
can only wonder how long it will be before we, the LAWTEYBy I was visiting Mrs. H. M. Mc Atty. for Plf. 8-21 4t 10-12 ,I. 'We have a full I

; not to be outdone in ostrich-aping start yellingour Mrs. M. C. Rae Monday. 1V: CIHCIIT eornT, iin\i>Foiti)
people Sweeney
f Mrs.! Mamie Crews ('or"'l'V." FLORID IN: IIAN- of the fanciest fr\\
Remember the services the
'p a heads off about the being "wasted" on . . . . . e . at CF.HV. "
money . . C . . . Courthouse Square in Starke onSaturday Clarence Jackson. Plaintiff vs. and vegtables.
r armaments and the maintenance of a large standing
Sarah K Jackson Defendant. Cane
The Ladles Council of the Christian afternoon conducted by
Mr. and Mrs. John Shuford. No. 4045. O A good supply
army. Church was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford and Rev. W. E. Hall.wcodlawn. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
k It seems to us that Congress is portrayIng, all too ANT MOTIOT! TO APPEAR
its +t Mrs. W. H. Griffin at her homeon children. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carter shorteningTendej
well, the role of jittery old lady, so often pictured in Wednesday. Sept 19. An excellent and children, and Otis Forsyth enjoyed :
i when it its petticoats and climbs:'\ squeal- ., ; Beef Ro
:IrartoQn hoist! program was given by a fishing! ?trip at Keystone ; :
x i ins upon its desk, frightened by the mouse, of Compulsory several of the members and de Heights over the week-end. USE Stew and Delhi

W, !' military training. licious refreshments were servedat I Mrs. Kelly has returned to her 6
By Elma Crews Steaks.
? + Ih William L. Shirer the columnist pointsout the conclusion of the meeting. PreparationseS
newspaper I'home In New River after spend!
' Miss Barbara Horne left Sun . . s . a .
: ,, \that: due to the skittishness of Congress and a remark ing some time with ,her son and Cold COME TO YOUR
dropped by General MacArthur last week, we day for Tallahassee where she daughter-in-law! Mr. and Mrs. H. Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson TIP TOP STORE]
_lvi are rapidly abandoning any idea of peace-time military will enter FSCW as a freshman.She I C. Kelly. and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose

''N' I trrining without even properly considering the matter. plans' to take the home eco- I Richard Carter of Starke was were dinner guests recently of Drops -: Use Only As Directed ,. YOU..- ARE-- .WELC01' "
nomics ., ,. ..(.,
course. Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Page. . t(
"Tim With the In ( "
a Milrrr,continues: rapidity ujilch \\t foricrt Lawtey Monday. '
1 t 4 MI' G. W. M. C. Howard of Starke spent
'to Rahme Sr., and
terriblearn HCiamblu beck to the
lesh >im of two art we get The Lawtey Baptist Church Is
Mrs. Hazel Starr left Sunday for Saturday night with Junior Page.
tta life IH ulinont IrllChtC'nlng Our unpreparednesstor running a revival and
I pmre-llme everyone is
Donald Davis of South Floridawas
Jacksonville where they will visit
thcmu two war coat it* heavily In both American liven and cordially Invited to attend. Can Use More
little Dale Dyal, Mrs. Rahme'sgrandson visiting his aunt, Mrs. Rachel >> Pulpwoc
Ir y tr ttMiire. It nay even be argued very weightily ,whether. theMIa > who Is In St. Vincent's Mra Lois Starling was in owning last week. M

: \vonl ever have, provoked the> nerond n'urlllVa... had the Hospital due to injuries receivedIn Gainesville, on business Monday. We are starting our revival t WHITE TIMBER DEI'?.
I'lJted Stutea at that time possessed'!! the military establishment a recent accident. H. C. Kelley made a business meeting the first Sunday In Oc

ir I vp : (It fihouM, have had."Vet 4r Mrs. Ann R. Guy and son trip to Jacksonville Monday. tober and we hope to see every- f Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla.

too many politician, clerIIImcn. pnrlflntK and other Emory Guy are spending this Mr and Mrs. Earl Edwards one out. -
good ,folk are developing a hysteria not only to get the boy week with her daughter, Mrs.
hark home I.nedla.elyhl"h In understandable, but glee toy Wallace Jopling in Luke City.

+ scrap conscription at once, which I I. somewhat Irresponsible.' Leo Wiggins. USN and Mrs.

!? :, ,, c At San Francisco wo pledged ourselves to enforce peace with Wiggins with their daughter, "Relax" is the word. Have Coke
; force, If nerpNtiary. Hut unless our muddled thinking cleanup Marie of Jacksnnvtle were visiting . a

within a reasonable time, this Nation will I lack the means relatives here Sunday.

i ti to help keep. the peace. 'That duty will then devoHe upon more Mr. and Mrs. Will Saxon 'nave a lI

+ n far-sighted nut Ions with the tense! not to scrap their armies! returned fro m a visit to Fort
.. ; i1 ld; na\cM! and air force" Lauderdale and Oakland Park.
Miss Edna of
Dudley Newberry
+ Shirer out that has been
+ points more nonsense propounded has
returned to her school duties v
9t1; t on'the subject of universal military training after an emergency absence due ,I w

than almost any other of our time, and we heartily to the Illness' of both her sister y4d
agree. We have yet to hear a logical argument advanced and brother. f4 I Ir

{ ty against it, If our college professors are afraid Mra. Della Q. Williams and son I I r

y, that they will lose some students by weaning the boys John and 4Mrs. Dannie Hamptonof

I 'l "h away from college before they why don't they Gainesville spent last Tuesday

r trtl''t' say so? Telling the truth Would do their purpose much with Mrs. J. T Guy. '

more good than to prate of "regimenting the mind" Mi, and Mrs. Dewitt Prevatt

and turning out so many GI rubberenter stomps who talk, and children of Jacksonville have rS
been recent guests of his sister
i think and act all alike. We had a much higher opinion Mrs. F. F. Johnson. ,

t of some of our educators before ,they argued against Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain

4 ikl military training on this weak basis. Talk to a dozen visited friends In Lake City last

returning service men or a dozen students of any military Saturday.

school and if you find traces of regimented men- Miss'Frances Colley of Starke

tality we'll apologize publicly to the college' professors. recently visited at the home of

j + Returning again to Mr. Shirer, he says: "Con Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne.

_____ scription has been called undemocratic end in conflict K. V. Saxon Earl Saxon and

with American ideals of liberty. It is said that it will I Cordon Myrlck of Pompano spent \\4\\ V f, i -
'' several clays this week, visiting _
't lead us to militarism and autocracy. Nothing could be relatives. '

further from the truth. The Rev. L D. Halncs 'i
of Stalke
l "It ,In. dffkult to thank: of a more democratic) : Institution \/S./
filled the pulpit at the First Bap : ,
d 't t tru" ;ni .ri|>tion. It spreads the rv'iWinlblllty. of national! de- tilt Church on Sunday evening. : .

l tense on all cltl-en., rl:h or :"<';w, nJ: :Irrcsjpcthe: of clays, ;Job, The'pastor, W. A. Scott Is on a _

) rt.. social podtlon. or political belief. It N not surprising! that two brief leave la East Flat Rock, .

of the purest democracies of the Wentern. woild! Sweden and N. C.Mr.. ;:
t _ -r
+ Switzerland tine the conscription!' system In their: national de and Sirs. Audrey Turner :

: fense. and daughter Betty Jo, of Jack

t 1 "i"i'S . . It scarcely seerm democratic to me to see a lr1't' tdt'1nclC'rll"y sonville spent the week-end with
'' 'S Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hlnaon. . or making a rest refreshing
having tll hire soldier to maintain Its defense since<<
_ _ _
defense of one's country U the first duty of a .'lttzeaL'"OU!

lfst ran't buy everything with money and I doubt If you'ran purchase Portraitof Wartime tension and overtime work make relaxation doubly important.

55 a sound national defense sjstem. If the citizens aren't
; ) willing to sacrifice something for I It-even in peacetime will a Whether fishing or spending Sunday on your own porch, there's nothing b

h'r never lie worth very' much. For that rcaxon the spectacle oft like ice-cold r
.9 Coca-Cola to make a brief rest refreshing. Coca '
the House last week offering volunteers everjthlng but the HappyWife Keep -Cola r
C kitchen stove If they would' only hire out as soldiers seemed in your refrigerator at home. Have a Coke is the invitation to enjoy
; to me a curious commentary of our American democracy."
k 5, 4 And another curious commentary on our AmericanS She Lets Us ,Do The the pause that refreshes: .

democracy it seems to us, is the spectacle of Congress .Coke-.eoca-Co12II
dodging the peacetime conscription i issue. We believe' Baking for the Family OTTIIO ,xUNDI AUTHORITY O* THI COCA-COLA COMPANY IY Yon ea1IedbyltefrieDdlyabbuall..proJ"Cob naturally bur

; that a majority of the American people are In favorof 0mf

such legislation, but because they do not make as LAPPE BAKERY STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. lIC'oiT11.O>ca.cOJ.CO '

much noise as the more vocal minority who always F .. ....

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{ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLoRIDA P a"*n, .,,,., _.._--._..... r ( '
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beer. The nicest part about it, . . . . . . . . . ,.L.. ,;;
however Is that we have er daughters Mrs. Mathel Green, i five brothers and sister "
)A. only : a alas ,
B:1: I1E; ( IInC1L I two officers In the whole battalion Clay Hill Graham Mrs. Mildred Criffts and Mrs. survive. .. :I
I '
BO we don't have to worry Opal McKinney all of Starke, I Mr. Morrell bad many friend ,"'. \ "
about the brass coming aroundall By Lura urgt"H1l lly Mrs Edward Norman and Mrs. :Margaret Blow of Burlington In thin section who will be sorry 1 d'i I'\':.?

: I)1SCIL\HOE LEACH Reims Sept. ,13 France, 1945 and during lay around the day.and We mark Just time sleep . . . . . . . 555 5 5 5 . . Vt. Ten grandchildren} '' to hear of his death. j 1. '.-:::

1tS Leach, son of Otis Dear Mr. Matthews: That Is, most of us do except the For thpant week there has Mrs. Math Wasdin and Miss Ail__,
1 Ct'cil; received a I received a I1st Sgt.. been a beautiful moon shining all Ellen
starke, has Telegraph today I Supply Sgt., and Motor Mary Wasdin were shopping
01 the Army at dated Sept 7, so you see they I Sgt. We have a TCor 1st Sgt., night. The roads are fairly good I In Gainesville! Saturday morning I
tom now and the school I From where I sit. Joe Marsh.
arr' alter servl k two come pretty fast by air mall. It I me for Supply Sgt., and a T-5 for been busses have Junior Pyal Betty Davis, Curtis ,I .. by :
p overseas: ; In the European Is almost as good to get the paperas Motor Sgt., so you see we don't This is able to make dally trips. Young:;; and Tommy Dyal are I .
a letter. from home. Notice I have much rank left iu my batter our eighth week of school among the one* on the sick list
'. and we are all very happy and
e.: said ALMOST. ) this week !
getting along fine. I am proud of Our town
\\llL\lJ: CROSBY I expect to be back In Blanding So long. Hope to nee you soon. the way the children are learning. Herbert Normlfn started workIng -

OS tTJtLOOIl; by the last of October, If not be- -Jesse J. Kicks. : Mrs. Starblrd was to come at Quigley & Davis lumber has heroes too
+u 6; of Mr. ::ore oMst of the men In my outfit Tuesday but failed to arrive. yard in Starke Monday.Mr. ,
,,'lIl1nm'W T rCrbi shy of Route are already on the high seas ERNEST GAKRKTT: haps somewhere the road was Im and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and

)let, Is spending a SO-day or at home by now. That Is, all GETS NAVY DISCHARGE passable. The children do enjoy sons Charley and Bobby were Over at Thistle Ridge they're campaigned for teaching hon

:arM here, with his wife and the boys who had 85 points or Ernest Garrett, S 1-c, receiveda their 4-H Club and we look for- vial tin ft Mr. and Mrs. Henry always boasting about their 10est history In schools; Wedtl i ;

ugh i after( serving six months more. I have 84 points now, so Navy discharge on Sept. 13 in ward to her visits. Rogers and Mrs L. C. Smith In cal heroes-ancestors In the Revolutionary Towers, who fought the en-

1I as with the 106th Division; you know it won't be too long. Jacksonville. He Is the son of The rumor, spread by news- Waldo Saturday. War congressmen, croachment of Prohibition In 4

'e end of bls furlough he will This camp where we are wait F. M. Garrett of Starke and be- 'paper and radio that the world Miss Mary Ellen Wasdin spent and an artist with pictures In the our county and persuaded folk t
to BlandIng! for reassign- Ing-to go back ;tome looks some- fore. Most of the men In out- was coming to an end last Friday Sunday with Miss Luella Davis at Metropolitan Museum. they wanted tolerance and moderation -
thing like Blanding did at the gaged In farming with his father. disturbed my children very much. the State Farm Well, we've got our local heroes in place of a return to

start. Wo have two movies each He received his boot training at I found some of them behind the C. J. Frazier went to Jackson- too... lawlessness t
C\HTEI SERVES: day and a PX that has coke and Bainbridge, Md. cafeteria praying fervently. I ville Tuesday to get some work Th..re11" old Doc Turnf'r011 won't find monument to jk

l'R\'EY SHI*" told them they should have no done on his! car. whofoughtforyenrsngainatthe, ' throe folks Hut from where I I !
*. Carter, coxswain Is serv- bays and took soundings, charted W. J. THORNTON SL'RVIVOK fear as to the rumor nor for their The community enjoyed a danceat Intolerance and bigotry that nit, they're heroes in a CHUM <,k
the USS Bowditch, a hy- bearings and placed markers on OK SHIP SINKINGW. own souls. One little girl said the home of Mr and Mrs. W. kept children from bt"loll1I'd.. lhat'H pr..ttlIllC'rf'tlln our town: I

IIphlc survey ship that obstructions. All this was done J. Thor n ton, S 2-c, of "Not even the angels in Heaven 1"". Bennett Friday night. nnteil In our county. the! rouse of freedom, tolerance, t
1 llIl( "road maps" of thec within esy range of Jap artll- Starke, la a survivor of the Navy know when the end Is to be." Gene Watson! is under the care And Deacon Follensby, who. and human dignity

c our fleet. The Bow- lery and frequently the ship found minesweeper, YMS-84, which was How right she was. of a doctor with an Infection In fought for free pews in the Q) 11

pro\\led into enemy-held herself Involved In a battle.CARDEN'S . sunk by a: Jap contact mine durIng Earl Moslev left for camp last one of his Iocs. churches; Jess Hackney: who ''hau(,
"SCT1 the invasion of Borneo.He Thursday. Wednesday night several Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsand I O"YJ t
was given a 30-day leavafter people gathered at his family efather's Copyright, 1945, L'niuJ State Snatnin Fo sSu.'s
Y2Ra i reporting to Treasure Island house to play games and. week-end with Mr. and Mrs Roy a
i Calif. The 84 went Into bid him farewell Reynold')
force and was clearing the harbor Miss Kssle Mae Eunice upent Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdin
Uallkpnpan with the first assault Wednesday night a* guest of the and Miss Jeanette Reynolds of
mouth several days later when Mosley children.I I Jacksonville!!: spent Sunday with mm tla
she struck a mine. went to Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs, Math Wasdin.Mr. .
9 week-end for a loan of library anti, Mrs A C. Davis of mX1

CPU. DICK ST. JOHN books for my children to use... the State Farm and family Mr. IHD I I ,
ENJOYS ICK: IN INDIA Also for new songs to teach them.I and Mrs. Math Wasdin and famIly i
The following letter from T3R. want the best things for my of Graham, Mr. and Mrs. J, 13.

.V. (Dick) St. John was re- children. Strickland and son Johnnie of
ceived recently by kin sister, Miss Mr.>l. J. L. Strickland, who has Graham, Sgt. Lyle Noland of Camp
Alice St. John: been ill for some time had a turn Blanding and his ulster, Mrs. piE
Myltkyina, India for the worse Friday night, and Mildred Ross of Illinois and Mr.
Sept. 5, 1945 the doctor was called.!. She Is and Mrs. Rhoden and family of ,
Dear Alice, resting easier now. Waldo enjoyed a picnic at Hampton t V I'

Now after better than a weekI Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish Lake Saturday afternoon.Brooker.

am again settled back down and children spent Saturday night; . . . . . .
here which Is much better than and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.F. ,-

any place I've been. Things are D. Lang. ,
getting better all the time. Now Our 8th grade science says If t

we have the pickup and it works possible when planting vegetables
Make Your Old Car Last Longer By splendidly. The boys at the radio plant the rows running north and By Joyce ,. . %j"RECIPE i
. . . . .
south and:! the plants will do bet-
\Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication station let us have all the recordswe
want. ter.The roil BRIDE
Washing Polishing Waxing The best of all things here in Thompson: family who livedat Mrs Roy Green, Mrs. Earl
the: tent Is the ice box which the the end of the road. joiningthe GrE't'n.Int.! Lizzie Green and Mrs. _

Standard Oil Products boys made while I was gone. Yes, highway have moved. Mr. T. W. Markey honored Mrs. Betty
at one time I said how nice It Thompson worked in the saw mill Hazel (Green) AndersAn, with a ,
QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICE would be to have some ice. Well, for Lee Moore.I < miscellaneous shower Thursday
by doing a few good deeds for the think my school' room is by afternoon at the Community Hall.
boys at the ice plant, that Is no far the coolest spot in the state. The hall was lovely with au-
SERVICr STATIONVAN longer a problem for us. Today After several minutes play on tumn flowers and at the conclu- I
they; gave us a hundred pounds, the school grounds, the cool room, sion o f several games prizes -
which was more than the box with Its breeze, Is Inviting.My were awarded! to Mrs. Lee Green '.
II. CARDEN, Mgr.TARKE, FLA. holds. Flew nice It Is to be able health book says that let- and Mrs Winifred Hazen. \

S Cor. Temple Ave. & i ul St. to go to the Ice box and get a tuce and pineapples are two The gifts were opened for rater ."U'hlol.. Aaa '

good cold bottle of beer. healthful foods especially for everyone to see and Ice! cream and .. .,. y otbi a.4 sup sap U... jUice. tt =.
women. It also says that walkIng cake were served ( JlU' >>"lP' Ala 1 = j jsyt
o approximately -
Nothing new has developed about thlat.
this outfit being returned to is the best exercise and to be 2tt guests who HU_ were__ nres-___ 0"1'. 000:0-::;:.t.tao""l.. bon" natA.tarts refries I !t
.....0..4 t I
beautiful smile! ,
ent. pp .a10" yt.. =
t au.o1.
Your Clothes the States. Being a young outfit end 1 1.tla
Here Is. a delicious syrup crumb tap.Ile. atlr seal 1' == ;
over sere we will have to wait wa.I.
Mrs. M. B. LayflE'ld of TrentonIs ."p.o 1A' with tit J
... a
Deserve for the boys who have been herea pie: visiting Mr and N. ? ? .tr whi'". '11. v.M.d. == I '
Mrs C.
First Part .a4. ua,4"'" -
0 0Q time. Guess that's aao1. .h gloat -
the .
Mott for a few "all.4 'lItla'''' ,
1-2 1 2 days. "b' y k !
fat a Mlnb.
Good cup sugar cup "W a&.4 '0whiPp.4 i
only fair although I would Tour
Q way flour. Mix until Mi, and Mi's. Frank Polk and .sat ,; \ I F #"
cups Ingredients er ...\\-
sure like to get back as soon an
daughter Edith: and Mr, and Mrs .
i" 0--
Treatment I look like coarse crumbs. wt> ,
J' possible. with tb. 4rnN .. ...-
Leander Parrlsh were Sunday tp ,
-J I Second' Part ,&f" \ 'IS" ..
-- -Dick. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '" ,,\O":"'" 4' ",1.'
1 1 100
cup syrup, cup boiling Wilson Ru \.0. _,.. 6': .".,.. ",.: ...o'
water, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 tea- s. ..a ----v .
The War Is Over But t.- to' 00.
Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colnon and : .
vinegar. Dissolve soda in \I" ...
The Clothing ShortageWill WITH PETROLEUM CO.After spoon vinegar, combine with other Ingredients daughter Diane, of Valdosta, da. 9Seou, 3S\ bS 'It t !Ltfc = )p
than of re.
more a year ,
Continue For put this mixture into were week-end guests of Mr and {
overseas service, Cpl. Ravenel C. Mrs G. D. CoUun.Mr. :. 1p (wt;
unbaked pie Hhell. Place crumb "
Many Months \
Jones of Starke is homeboundwith
mixture on top. Bake 30 min an.l Mrs. H. H. Lewis of
the 137th Engineer Petroleum Staike were visiting Mr, and Mrs. i
Our Enlarged and Modernized Plant utes in moderate oven. iI
Distribution Co., which supplied N. C. Mott Wednesday I
This In simple, yet rich and I
J/akes/t Possible For Us To Give You tanks and planes of the children like it. They say It is Mr. and! Mrs. L. O. Hazen and ( '
American Armies In Europe with 'yummy"' daughter, Minnie Lou of Starke 1'' ANpa s VI '; j ji i
Even Better Service Now Than We two million gallons of gasoline Robert Stevenson wrote: were visiting:: Mr and Mrs. R. E.

\ dally.OCCUPATIONAL. "The world Is al) full of a numberof Hazen Sunday.Mr. MEt.LO 11''
Have Rendered In The Past. We Con- things, I am sure we should all and Mrs. Steve William

sider It A Privilege And A PleasureTo LICENSES: be as happy as Kings!" I and children o f Midway were
visiting here Friday night.
Went the courthouse for
City occupational licenses will Mr and Mrs N. C. Mott and
Extend Of This A
The Advantages permit I
be due October 1st. Applications
family, Mr and Mrs. Jack Simmons
It out
lovely girl typed ; a com
New must be made at the City Hall. and
son and lvt. and Mra.
Service To You.PHONE fortable chair to sit in; the genial -
Everyone operating a business C. H.
Layfleld and sons took a
at his desk. How dif-
'within the city limits must purchase pleasure trip to St. Augustine i ir
135 ferent from some places long
this license. lines to stand In, people unpleasant Sunday.Mr. H, H!
and Mrs. L. W. Barry and
IOBT 315 to talk with. Yes, our home
front Is the beet ever. family were visiting friends and

KEEN, Temple God bless you all. Good night. relatives In Wauchula Sunday. ;<* ,
Miss Fish I
Lura. Joyce was the weekend '!'0+ t
Owner Ave. guest of Miss! Joyce Atkinson. .
1 4'Qa

BONDS .T..h.e..e..a. CHURCH OF CHRIST Distinctly different, but J, 4 _

Brother Glen Moore and Brother = I .
smi By Mire:Ida Hagan Bryan Conely are running a tent each distinguished in its -
. . . . . . revival At 8:30:hire Brother this week.Moore teachesa Lftjie'iCr" own WY, Mango Chiffon == i

WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK, Mr. and Mr Wiley Williamson Bible Class for the children. -IsHIrc&J_ ''''Jt Pie and golden JAX Beerare = i

and family have moved Into our Regular services begin at 8:45.: ,
community and we welcome them. Everyone Is inv I 11 e d to come, two regional favorites p--= it II I

IT'S TIME RECAP Walter Sibley and Mrs. :J. P. Regular Sunday services start at*
worth '
.. Dickinson were visiting in Palatka 10:30: o'clock. an appreciative tf''

Friday. audience! J l < ;
LET US RECAP YOUR' COMPLETE SET '- Storage Room \ Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley, Mr*. Andy M. MorrellAndy --=
Murray Castleberry Mrs. J. C. f I
Cochrane and Mr. S. R. Swindell N. Morrell, formerly of ?= With a flavor distinctively brewed to .- ---:- ::1 !

I were in Keyitone Thursday. Starke accidentally drowned on == please Southeastern tastes JAX the !
RECAPPING' AND Thomas Triest of the CoastGuard
., ; Sept. 4 while visitinghi* two
AND TUBES I \ ha returned to his New daughters, Mr. Ruth Stricklandand ::::-, Drink of Friendship, is a delightful ex- 1- I '
ALL SIZE TIRES' j ,I York base a f ter! spending hi* :Mrs. Mary Bell Stricklandof
BEST MATERIA. I leave with! his parent, Mr. and Ebro Fla. ::::::::;:: ample of regional perfection. .. I
Mrs. S. E. Trle t. Other survivors are four oth- :
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED III II Mrs. Charlie Triest la visitingher === Alone cheering refresher or l
from a ,
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Pack- Blandlng for discharge -
ham for awhile. the army. Mrs. Frink will be remembered adding a gracious note to our famous == j
.I-. NOW Mrs. Lydia Hall 1 Is visiting her a. Miss Clara Cox,
GRADE A RUBBER AVAILABLE daughter Mrs. Harris In Waldo daughter of Percy Cox one of regional food, JAX remains a premium ===

and will vlslt' relatives In Gaines- our old time residents.
ville before returning home. Mr*. L. W. Epps of Jacksonville == brew, though you don't pay a premium === > i 'n'nE.t

James Trlest and Sam and Wal i visited her parents, Mr. and its mellow goodness.
price to enjoy
.TARKE TIRE SERVICEADJOINING ter Swindell were in Starke Fri Mrs. W. W Packham Friday aft- -==

day afternoon.L. ernoon. Alnays ask for JAX! -_-- ., ,I {
R. Britt and son Elbert Britt Pvt. and Mrs. Robert Dupont -
of Lake Geneva spent Monday and chlld'en. Mr*. J. W. Horne, ===

TEMPLE GARAGE Temple] Ave. with the Thomas family. Mrs. Annie Trle t and Mr. W. W. = ..:..jT 'st'S*'
:Miss! Ida Hagan. Mrs. C. A. Packham were shopping in Galnesrvllle -
Beck and Kenney Thomas were Friday.We > :$;. '
COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES shopping In Gainesville Tuesday. wish to thank the people t-r r t tt ds''
S-Sgt. aid Mrs. Claude Edward of Theres for the kindness they r r t 5, f

FOR SALE Frink of Miami have been visiting 'showed while our mother and wife I .V. S.FT -lf!1 1r IK .V yJ ftJJacksonvilfe
ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES D. J. Phillip and family while wa 111.-J, C. Cochrane and fam- Fla.SEPTEMBER

Sgt. Frink wa waiting at Camp ily. .
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II SOCIETY and CLUBS Ladies Auxiliary W.S.C.S. CirclesCircle Unit Enjoys PartyMen A'll ,MiirrheeCelebrates Jr. Woman's Club- -

Met Tuesday'The One of the Woman's So- of Co. A, 192 Bn.. Camp Birthday The Junior. WJnan'.R CUb

ciety of Christian Service, will\ Bland' ing enjoyed a delicious A. F, Murrhee celebrated Ma meet Wednesday: OctOber
Ladies Auxiliary of the 1, steak dinner In the dining room their regular a
USO Volunteers Mrs. Colson HostessTo meet Monday afternoon 65th birthday, anniversary September All monthly moo'
t Inn Friday night.It members
Presbyterian Church met Tuesday at 3:30: o'clock, at the home of of the Avery areExecutive urged
Honored At SupperA Woman's CouncilThe evening with Mrs. John Uglow Mrs T. T. Long, 200 Washington was heAd ,In honor of all personnel 18 with a few friends and to tt
and Mrs. C. F. Ward at their Ave. of this company which Is his daughters at his home near Board
!nodal! supper of appreciation W.M.C. of the First Christian home on Lafayette St. Circle Two will be entertainedby being disbanded after two y ars.

;, was held Tuesday night in the Church held Its monthly Mrs T. N. Kendrick was in Mra. A. Wood and Mrs. A. W Some of the men are transferringto here.With him Miss Alma The- regular meeting ,,
Avery Inn for the volunteer workers meeting at the home of Mrs charge of the program and Mrs. Anderson, at the Church School other organizations and some were ecutive Board of ( the
of the snack bar and other Clyde Colson, Thursday evening, E. M. Davis discussed Occupied rooms. are reentering civilian life. Murrhee. Mr. and, Mrs. 'Henry Woman's Club will bit thE huiT> S.
their husband 20. Attendance Hubbard of Texas and Mr. and 'l'h I
USO activities: and Sept. was very day afternoon
O. E. ,
China and Mrs Stansbury T Oct. 4, ,
1 *. good. talked on Stewards of Life. Mrs.J. meeting. Mrs. Carl Wynn and Hamburger,Fry Mrs Charles Pase of Alabama. clock In the club building at ,,"' I'
made with
The table was centered with a Progress being L. West discussed employed Mrs. Ward were chosen as delegates
beautiful low floral arrangementand repairs on the church and the women and their church activi to the Synodlcal at Winter The regular weekly Tuesday WCTU To MeetThe ELLEN ('.\RSO GEICER
was set with red Bohemian floor and new rostrum. are nearly Haven in the near future. night service men's party was.
cards completed. ties.A Laura H. Scett Union of Mr. and Mrs. N,
glassware Unique place held at be Methodist Parsonagethis Carson r
read from Mrs. H.
card was Present for this weetlng were I'
that the announce
announced the
1 were used which did not give they It was Convention of Christian A. Tucker, a former resident and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Mrs. E. week with an outdoor' ham- the Starke W.C.T.U. will meetat on September birth of a daUg
County '
person's name but some easily Churches will meet on Sunday, Mrs. Carl Wynn was presentedwith M. Davis, Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh, burger try Cpl. Gene, Green and the home of Mra. J. T. Quigley Farm Hospital 24 in t h e ,
event occasion in The
recognized or Hall were
which had happened to that particular Sept. 30 at the Starke Church a lovely spread as a wed- Mrs. Carl Wynn, Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Mrs.of the Sharon cooking and Capt. and at 3pm. today (Friday). All been named Ellen Carso,,7
his her The theme for this meeting is ding gift with the sincere wishes Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, Mrs. members are urged to attend and Geiger is a member
,! stay In person Starke during was depicted or on "Building for Eternity." of the ladies for a happy married K. 0 Duncan, Mrs. J. M. MJtchell, Mrs. J. W. Forshee were In friends of the case are Invited. Faculty and Is the football of the,i
life. Mrs. Wm Jack son Mra. Carl of which was c
The next business meeting will charge a quiz game
fun had .
v the card and much ,
was - - - - --
finding the right places. be held Thursday, Oct. 3 at the Mrs W J. Chandler was chosenas Jackson Mrs. Jeanette Young, enjoyed by everyone. There were -
I church. the flower committee for Oc Mrs. W. A. Bonham, Mrs. H. E.
q After delicious turkey dinner Following the meeting, ''the tober. Mra. J. L. Simmons will Boelter Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. about 45 persons present. _
the group adjourned to the USO. at the next C. F. Ward and Mrs. J. L. West. I . "" '"
hostess nerved delicious refreshments entertain the auxiliary "' "
j Present were Sgt. and Mrs. to her guests. I .. .. .. : .Y LIVING ROOM SUITS
i Lewis Jones, Sgt. and Mrs. Bruce
Saunders, Pvt. and Mrs. Joe
U.D.C. To MeetThe
Kolek. Capt. and Mrs. Arold, ;
&i4 and the USO director, Miss Margaret &r6M6ALtLfrspent
f Ann Young. W, T. Weeks Chapter, di' d ,
United Daughters of the Confed- [ 1 a I

d eracy, will meet Wednesday afternoon . '
!S Mrs. Margaret Eastman of St. Oct 3, at four o'clock, at j
Petersburg was the guest of the the home of Mrs. O. L. Beasley,
1' ?; Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell on N Walnut St. Hostesses: Mrs. Surely glad to wo all the stores a night with the Charley
1 together at on the mid-week Relds In Oak Ridge, Tenn., whileon
i this week. Beasley and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs.
f o'p
3 n half holidays . Looks as if their recent vacation, and
. .
- the street from
--, everybody has finally agreed to slept right across ,'
close on Thursday, which makesIt where the atomic:! bomb was developed 6& < V

EV a lot less confusing than when . Mr. Reid was an Starke's 59Vv a. '. ?fEyl a.'e .
half were closed one day and engineer with the project and told The --..*>". -
half another . Even the City the Smiths that they knew absolutely finest --
Hall! is getting on the band nothing about what they 2 Pieces
wagon and Carl Johns announces were working on . Eolln says
i Our Newest Service . that they've changed to Thursday, 'twas a very Interestin' experi- restaurant B With Inner Springs

jram too . So get back in the habit ence, but don't know :whether I '
of coming down town on Wednes-. could havo slept or not . They and barSIZZuNa $174 to 209.50 .. :i
; # Inexpensive Light Lunches day afternoon, folks . Every-' might have left a little piece of
h4r; M; ; ;, 1 thing's optn and Call Street is that bomb around the factory! ,

back In full swing . . Glimpsed :Molly Lecln backIn
h ::1, An attractive feature- for the Army Wife, town after "trying" to see A BOX SPRINGS - - - $34.!

i the hurried businessman or the housewifewho Strolling through the corridors dotter Madeline settled down Into
of the State Farm Hospital this the daily grind at New York Uni- STEAK DOUBLE SIZE
+ is tired of cooking home. ,Enjoy a week made me wonder If.l was versity" . COIL SPRINGS . : $10 to $12.2
really there or back on Call Street ,
snack in home-like '
1 mid-day pleasant, sur- LOBSTER
. J. M. Alvarez is still a pa- Never a dull moment around
roundings. tient, of course, and other localites the USO!! . Last week the PORCH ROCKERS, High Backs $$8.
M '
include N. D. Walnwright. Sr., staff received a letter from a boy SHRIMP

t .... .' Warren PerkIns Glen Wood andJ. In New York asking if arrange- SINGLE & DOUBLE DOORS
J. ZJegler' of Thereaaa . ments could possibly be made to CHICKEN UTILITY CABINETS
Seems that Glen has been laid get a blrthday'1ake: to his brotherat
n AVERT? INNS up with an eye ulcer of late and Camp Blending, who was cele-
$sJ decided that he might as well brating his 20th birthday annlversary -
!, ; % 1 2 NORTH WALNUT, STREETht' have some other longneededpatchingup -and his first away from B NOTICE

'eet done while out of home ,". Staff workers had a For
circulation anyway . And lovely cake baked. at Lappe's and WE HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLYOF
speaking of sick lists-glad to see then decorated It beautifully with Connoisseurs -
t Roy Ward back In the drug store pink Icing and'' 20 green candles HALL RUNNER AND HARDWOOD

'CGe' after a week's tussle with ole . Director Elizabeth Hornlck FINISH: ,FLOOR COVER-
man flu and two of the staff then chauf- '
fered the cake, ,out to Blanding 0 ING.Something. .': >
r: *"' manf fri i'iY'.d..,-' .d..1.1.' ",. -'t" ., '"tAnd' ;; \fetlir..thfe'nattv' 4 return! where they were' !, told the unluckyguy ofGood :

.I, 'A"'i.' '. #. 4 Thrilled ,to see .S. C,. Den- was out op\, bivouac for' two New In .
mark and Ernie Phillips back weeks! .. They rushed It to a Food
patrons of from ETO . Also J. O. Holton service club and managed to have
1 } .:.., (nephew of Freeman Register) renewing -I it packed properly and Bn. Hq. and Porch & Lawn.Furniture M
? acquaintances and malting said they would get it to the GI 0 ,
h ij Mrs. Ruby Johns '.' new ones along Call Street out on the rang In time for his Drink

b after receiving that coveted dIscharge birthday Wednesday . Just
following a spell of Pa- one of those little EXTRA ser-
i'L will be interested to know that cific duty . Hear Bill Graham vices that the USO is frequently .
expects to kiss the Navy good- called upon to perform. r Aluminum Frame & '
. ,.., /
't r bye within the next ten days
she will return to "'
i'>"" And thus the trek back home continues Gainesville game last Fridaywas Beautiful Pastel f

J . Lucy Carden wants all all to the good and crowds Colors
of Van's friends to know that this year pre enough to cheer the
she had a minor facial operation heart of the most mercenary athletic -
which gave her that black eye, fund manager. . Glimpsed 19.50
:: i' and emphatically states that Van Lyle Anderson among the new
did NOT tin( it r Glad to report faces putting the cheering section
1 > that Barbara Horne, at. through' IU paces . .. Droppedinto Dining OutTonight
; tractive Hamptonlte, joined the the dance afterwards and SOME GOOD'USED FURNITURE

4 freshmen thronging up to Tallahassee everyone seemed to be having a ?
'' this week . swell time in spite of quite a few ,
BEAUTY SALON ---J students being .on' the sick list Have dinner here In a pleasant GEO. JOHNS FURNITURE C(
Surely will seem! like old times with "cat" fever" or whatever atmo phere where you know
to. have Ruby Johns back at Is that everyone seems to be hav-
on Monday, October 1'f Bella's and all of her old "reg ing '. Chatted a moment with the food will be deliciously PHONE 43

.' ulars" are overjoyed at the news Sarah Jacobs (Mrs. B.) who pop- cooked and attractively served.
. Coul-Jn't help but note that ped Into town for a few hours STARKE, FLA. LAKE BUTLER, FIjBEFORE

Morris Lessuck: looked unusually Wednesday . ,. Tells me that 110
$ j perked up about something this Rosalind and the baby dotter have
week . A little private investigating returned to their home In Gaines-
_ disclosed that his wife, ville, leaving Jack still with the
-- Lena, has arrived in town from Army recruiting forces in Tenn- "' ETA
f a S Brighton Beach. N. Y., for her essee Mrs. Jacobs will remain -I ,,4il
fIrst visit to Florida . The in Gainesville for a while
_ 1> _
Methodist Church will be In a'very ,
certainlymiss now to on Important -
FLORIDA 1 Sgt. Berger Its faithful Sun- event scheduled for the Williams GOOD STAR
day evening song leader, who's household> November .. _
getting a discharge and will

ka ; +, Sun. Mon. Tues. Sept. 30, Oct. 1 2 marry an Alabama girl before] Surely IH nice to think about /
returning home to Oregon . .. that extra hour. .of sleep we're
r, y'fi' .at Another to be "missed" soon will going to get Sunday night-or
I "THRILL of a ROMANCE"Van be Cpl. Gene Green who always are we going to lose an hour? .,. .
gave a helping hand at cookingor I never ran figure these time

i : Johnson any other chore around the changes out . ., Too complicated Build Up Your ,Resistance, To Colds With Pottnt Vitamins
- { Tuesday night aerviccmen's partIes for me . Anyway don't forgetto
? Esther Williams in the Methodist recreation set the ole alarm, clock backan

_ building . hour on Sept.30.'. . So long 50CAPSULES
. PURETEST A 8 D and 'G
> See you in the r
rrrrrssrrs sss sqs"sr-S rrrrswu Hear Eolln and Hogan Smith nextCarolyn.. ,

wu Wed. Thurs. October 3, 4 I -- '" 50 1'
"Picture of Dorian Gray"George MODERATION : '

;tri the expense- but the utmost in sincerity AandD 100

Sanders Donna Reed courtesy and thoughtfulness it PURETEST TABLETS.I*
accorded the affairs of ned in our Ser
' Hurd Hatfield vice.

'u.'IT ,. ,. ,. *, 1 V MELLO MALT With Cod Liver Oil,

Sun. Mon. 'Sept. 30. Oct. 1 AMBULANCE. SERVICE _

"Since You Went Away" STARKE Funeral Director PHONE 7 CARPENTER'SThe

.. Our local funeral home enables us to
offer conveniences and. services not
Tues. Wed. Thurs Oct. 2, ;3, 4 otherwise available.We .

furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and REXALL Drug Store
Mounted Police" accept ANY life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY com- "

pany, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Florida
carries no obligation. Phone 64PA. _' .

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IBiT's of LOCAL NEWS Mrs., Sheila J. G., Alvarez and daughter Mrs. W. C. Jones of Tampa Is Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Shepherdand Mrs. James Shepherd I left Mon I I Mrs. :S.V Klncald went t.
are the (
Sheila's guests of a guest this week of Mr and Mrs.I. children, Merry Lou and Patricia day for Atlanta. Ga, after spending 'Tampa last Saturday and is ,
grandmother Mrs. .
Frank P.
Lss8"- E. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. J. Shepherd. Ann of Lake City spent the some time with her son-in-law spending Awhile with her parents, I r"
A. Davis returned Wed- Mrs A H. Pauling of Hawthorne Alvarez, AMM l-c.: who spent the G. J. F. Colley and son, J. R. Col- week-end!' with :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Durden. r rMrs.

P its 1. Jacksonville, where spent Thursday of las week-end here, returned Sunday ley, of Kansas were visiting In Knight. A. Knight. . E. E. Canova is spending I
"JnSsmral days this week. week with her daughter, Mrs!!. to his station Tampa Sunday' and .
at Vero Monday.Mr. Donald
I Edwin St. John. Beach. Kelly of Plant City Mrs. Shtllle Hall has as a guest a few days in Jacksonville with

has returned to Miss Margaret Haines former and Mrs. J. h Wainwright spent the week-end with his this l week her nephew St. Sgt. ,I her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.

)Irs.Ha' Cocoa after spendingomaks I IJ Mrs!! V. S. St John, Mrs. Elea- missionary to Africa, was a guestof and daughter, Bet t y Lou, are brother-in-law and sister Sgt. and H. N. Hall, who has just returned | and MYs, O. L. Patten. I

)" with her mother :Mrs. John nor duff were and Mrs. Edwin St. the Rev and Mrs. W. J. upending several. days thla weekIn Mrs. Alton Dobbs and his mother, i font\ overseas and Is on his' way I Mrs. W. R. Morse went to the '?i
I. PowelL shopping Gainesville Churchwell Sunday. At the pres- Miami. Mrs Inez Kelly. to Key West 'State Farm Tuesday to make a
ura Tuesday. They will be accom-
C. Wells ent time Miss Haines is doing I '| book report at the communityclub
S-Sgt. and Mrs. M. missionary work panied home by Mary Katherine Miss. Gloria Buford returned to' Guests last week of Mr. and ,
Mrs. the modng.Capt.
Shel- Effie Johns among migrants
lis Garnlta Hutto Mrs. Mrs. M. D. Carter and Mr. and at Belle Glade Wainwrlght, who has been visit St Luke's Hospital in Jackson Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mm. Carrie | I
and daughter Sharon and son, Richard ville last week after a three Bitch were Mrs. Grlffln'a aunt j jand and Mrs. R. G. Kidd wen t ; '
Jacksonville. !, of Lawtey ing her \uncle and aunt, Mr. and
IJWednwday In spent Sunday with Mrs Mae Stsson was a visitor weeks' vacation with her parents' uncle! Mr. and Mrs. H. H visiting In Jacksonville Tuesday i
Burns, Mrs. T. H. Mrs. Frank Webb in Hawthorne. to Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. D. T. Clark.W. Mr. and Mrs. R. C Buford. She Darby of Savannah. Ca., and their Capt Kldd Is now on terming l I fir.;}

I'I. Edward Miss Bertha la now a Senior Nurse. daughter, Mrs. A. H.. Bankston. :leave from, the Army. i iI
and Mrs. A. W. Ander- Loper was In Jacksonville Mrs. W. T. Jackson returned to Wainwright) of Tallahassee )

|!Mrn! attend a Junior Red Monday on business.Mr. her home In Baconton Ga., Sun- spent a few days recently >... -- -(. i
'wUl day after a visit with her with Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- 1
institute In Gainesville and Mrs. N T. Ritch spent daughter wright.
t Mrs. T. T. Long. She was
nday. last week visiting !In Avon Park, SPECIAL . I
accompanied as far as Madison J. F. ,
Colley J R.
I Ft. Pierre, Tampa and other by Mrs. Long and sons, Tom and Colley
I were visiting in Jacksonville Sat-
II. 1' UTHLAUT places in South Flonaa. Dave. urday. KITCHEN it.CABINETS

| est Main Street N. A. F. Churchwell of WaycrosaGa. Mrs. E. K. Perryman returned Miss Ida Lou Davis is activeIn \
III tt Gainesville, Fliunlpractle ., and J. H. Churchweli of Saturday from WllliamRburg, Va., the freshman orientation program UTILITY I y

Removeii The Jacksonville spent last Friday where she went to visit her son. which began with the open-
( of IHneaa" night here with the Rev and Mrs Comer Perryman, SoM 3-c.: sta- I, ing of fr shman week Monday at
W. J, Churchwell. tioned at Camp Peary. While FSCW at Tallahassee. She Is one WITH{ GLASS DOORS
away Mrs Perryman visited In I| of 88 Junior counselors appointed
Richmond with Mr. and Mrs. Len- to live In freshman dormitoriesand *

'- F O R thaI Wyman, former residents of act AS advisers to first-year Roomy and Well Con- T'
Starke. Comer accompanied his i students throughout the 1945-46

Concrete Block ConstructionAny end mother here.home and spent! the week- I I with term. her She freshman held the group first meeting Sunday structed A Credit to I 's t

Type Building ",' to institute a practice of frequent ..y
Mrs. Donald McRae and little meetings.Mr. Your Kitchen

daughter, Carol, Mrs Lois Mc-
0 Floors 9 Sidewalks Steps Coit. and small son, and Mrs.: W. and Mrs. Joe Ricks and

S. Stroman returned home Tues- daughter were visiting in Jack- $28.50
AlsoLumber day afternoon after visiting rel- sonville Tuesday Mr. Ricks received : Ii
1 atives in Jacksonville. his discharge from the
Direct From MillJ. Navy this week. He Is the BOn of I '
Mrs. O L. Beasley was shop- Mi and Mrs.. J. D Ricks of ; ,
ping in Jacksonville Route Two.
CONTRACTOR Mr. and Mrs. :J. B. Johnson of
GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova
PHONE 94NAT and little daughters. Norma and Chicago arrived this week to oc- I

.6 Emma Jane, were in Jacksonvillethe cupy their farm near here which ; AcyEEI) iJjJllfl3 jJ jJP
first of the week. While there they recently bought through the I
Strout Realty Agency.Mr. .
Norma and Emma Jane each had .4JSteel

an appendectomy In Saint Luke's and Mrs. James Hollings- Spring Construction h;,= I r
SEZ: Hospital. I worth and son Jimmy of Gaines- f
ville are spending this week with
See where General Patton backed Mrs. S. S. Dowling and family their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. SIQSfl! a ,

down on his statement that had as guests Tuesday Mr. and Holllnirsworth. I
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9 Mrs. E. L. Johnson and son Pvt. v. I
the Nazi party in Germany waa Lt. of Miami
Kenneth Johnson, who has recently (jg) Evelyn Stump
klnda like the Democratic and returned from Europe, Mr. spent the week-end with her par-

Republican parties In this coun- and Mrs. E. T. King and Ray ents, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump. PORCH ROCKERS {WITH SLAT SEATS 8.50 I
try. I thought!: the General was I Johnson, all of Tallahassee.Dr. She recently transferred to Miami 1
from Key West. COIL SPRINGS (Single or Double) 12.50
going a little too strong. I've
and Mrs. L. W. Koch \
heard the Republicans compared spending a vacation with relativesin are Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and SOFA BED & CHAIR .. 68.50 to 11930IT'S .

to lots of things, but even! us Indianapolis, Ind. son Jimmy of Jacksonville were .
Democrats wouldn't call 'em that. Sunday guests of Mrs. Black's par- I ,;
Miss Sara Poythress spent last ents, Mr. and Mrs T. N. Ken-
week with her sister in Atlanta drlck. I

Ga., and 'friends In Charlotte, N. John H. Denmark Furniture Co. I
C., and Nashville nn. I. P. Shepherd, Jr., of West I 4
Point, GR,. spent last week with '
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. : II

have returned frem a six-weeks' Shepherd. WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
vacation In Black Mountain, N. C. '
'- -........ .. .. .... Guests of Mr? and Mrs. C. A. f 5ff R
I bir" and Mr. Hogan-Smith hive Knight ire MrsTKhight's': brother- A I
returned from a vacation in in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs '
Tennessee and various places In D. J. Morris and children Joan t.

the mountains.Lt. and Bobby of Atlanta, Ga. f r l
Col. and Mrs. Crogill and Mrs Bessie Sumner recently r
daughter of Lynchburg Va., were bought the W. M. Hoi Ings worth Announcing The Opening Of. .

week-e n d guests at the Avery farm Just Southeast of Starke .itji; ,

v Inn. through the Strout: Agency. '. ,
2 Mrs. Richard Thede and son, The Sign of Radiant Health
Ricky, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. F. H. Long while Lt. ThedeIs
at Camp Shelby, Miss. He ; H Ht
transferred there recently from j

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1315: Alain Street lo.ling are usually relieved within an "
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Yr1r Lake Butler 0BHS .---1 -
; 1r --- HOME GAMES:

..a j : ,,;' Gainesville --- 21 --- BHS ..- 7 ': t
:, See Them All'
I ,,..,r Sept.28---Bunnell HereHere.
.' /IroM), ; )Ua1+
*, Oct. 5 Cross City
# :\. i: -- ; ADULTS 75c SERVICE MEN and STUDENTS 5 5J

it -:_ ', Oct. 12 --- St. Augustine Here ., "

; i cc; ., ; '.:{:!'?'l,' Oct;,19 --- Bolles ,. Jax ".' ;: '" GOOD' LUCK Sporting Goods- 'Florida{ Ban
4 I,' =I' .. ',M.I TEAM
,/ Oct.26 -- Macclennv Here '. When Available at t Starkee k
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,I t 1. Nov. 2--- Green Cove Here '. ,,, '/ Guy'sMarket e
i III i "1 BRADFOR1HARDWARE D Federal oration Deposit

re Nov. 9--- Fernandina Here t -
3i } Member
,$ Nov. 16--- Fla. Naval Here Florida National l Group
4, ; ; 'IFe're With YouTORNADOES. ,
is Day
J.P.Roberts Every
: . t IsBargain
Every Type of Insurance
Carpenter's Day
? ? PLEASE PHONE 146 .
IH YourPrescription H. C. WallAgency'I I Lappe
p + j, Drug Store, Dodge & Plymouth The
ct / Sales& Service

tYl4'y'' $
1 See You At The Get'Em Tornadoes- -Best Wishes! Out Go.TIt,
+ ,.' '." Game Tonight To The. Team !
% To Bradford Park! TORNADOES\
I & Lake
Temple '.
;LVii New' Method .
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Vii, S , t ,, Cleaners Service Station Geo. C. 'Kidd's Sinclair Eastern AutoSupply .

t\ '. Furniture Co. Service
The Tornadoes Have . Open

r '. ; Got What It Takes Day and Night .
,t'I I b ..:'' .,, It's A Pleasure A Good Team TUXEDO FEEDS
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b )F Union Bus. To Back Deserves WILSON TOOJ1ERMilligan's
The Tornadoes Good Food FERTILIZER
Grill Station t t Lunch -
-Eat -
a Charley E. Johns Carl I John h |
tip'', Watch For The New Fords! Three Registered And GUIDONGRILL I
4 Graduated Pharmacists Catering To The 'Well-
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"' w Andrews Motor Co. Store COrAGE
i Koch Drug Store Alvarez @7'M

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28. 1945P'j

. . P. D. Pancher Jr. - -.. --
arrived home ---
and Mr. and Mrs Martin . . . a . .
Friday after beln$ dischargedfrom Land of Starke. aNew and small daughter of Orlando. eat at Starke, Florida, thla September I seal at Httrke, Florida this Septemh..r t '. '

Farm the Navy following more Mrs R. H. Tyson Mrs. Al RiverBy Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews (OFFICIAL.(th, 8KAI.1H45. ) A.r. Thomas, (OFFICIAL 6, IMS.SEAL) A..r. Thomas. '

,State !! than three years' service therein. Rogers and daughter! Levonl and son Ruddy are home after a A* Clerk of nald Court Aa Clerk of paid Court.
Za..1H.. Dough. Qalneavllle., Fla. ('h... K. He 204
Week-end of weeks "n Realty olds ,
guests Mr. vacation Santa Fe Lake. f r.
and Mrs.P. on
, Mf1 & and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rogers The School Atty. for Pit ,-7 4t .-n Jackaonvllle, Fla" Atty. for Plf. f l l
Pt e . D. Fancher, Sr.. and Mr. and visited their respective relatives . . . . . a . During the week they were visitedby 9.7 4t '-U -
iv: cinrtriT1
t Mrs Dennis Fancher were Mr. In Jacksonville during the Mr. and Mrs T. C. Hazen of 'tI'NTY. FLOIIIU('OI'IIT."I nn iv DFoni ciit.v. ,I

iyS.GE PART and Mrs. W. W. McCreary of week. past Sgt. W. N. Johns is getting a Youngblood, Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. (''':11 Y'. iv (.nrl'IT roriiT. nnnrnnn '
, Yarbrough1NegI dYlh. W. McCall. Plaintiff va 4-lkl'VrY. FLOIUI .%| IV: ('''AlII-
) were host- Jacksonville.Mr. \ Among friends who visited Mrs. discharge from the service this Troy Andrews and family of Ralph McCall. also known a. mil ('KHY.Ttobert .

I Engraham and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Kelly Tyus her week at Camp Blandlng. He Morrlaton, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster McCall Defendant Cane No. 40X1.OKDKK R. Stannard. plaintiff vas
honor during
farewell party In and Miss Melba hospitaliza.tion just arrived from of Brooker and CPO Lavon Andrews OF rrnucATION Luclle Htannaril, Defendant Ca e
overseas after
II Strlngfellow I
at U. S. N.. in Lake City Hospital last AND NOTICE TO APPKAU No. 4034.
F1l1yaw. were being in service for (If Charleston Ala. TATK OF .'LlHIU'A Pfo
Herbert last week among relatives from this week were Mrs. R. P. McLendom more than tot oltoun: OF PITBLICATIOV:

, essay night of Mr.of and Mrs. section who attended the funeral Mrs. J. W. Woodward. Mrs. Lyn-, three years. He is the son of Mr. Mr. and Mr,.. Smith Johns and 141 p PnjIne.rcJrAlti. . )11611 %,Co.PM C.,. 8TATM AND OF NOTICR FLOIUDA TO to APPKAU: Mr. Lurule

rh. hOme outdoor gamesded services of E. O. Allen In St. wood Watts. Mrs. A. M. Rich- and Mrs. H. I* Johns. son George Johns have moved New York. N.w York Miannard who.teaidence and ':
yarborough., Augustine Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp spent back Into our community. You are required to appear on addreaa ,U: Lox 80, Almont Mich 4\
arde. MM. They
.t entertainment fdr. the C. M. Turn y. Mrs. October 9, I94S In the above named igan:
! for several Upon being discharged from J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. Bryan the week-end with 1 Mrs. Lula an living on the old home place Court' and cause, wherein: : plaintiff You are required to appear on
,,'ngyoung people Camp Blanding after WhitfleM. Hunt In Mulberry. Mrs. Hunt is and Mrs. Belle Johns will move neeka divorce Bradford Coon.ty October IS ,,1941 In the above named t\
Godwin, 'overseas Telegraph shall
Brown publish thin Court and Came, wherein plain
service, Jack Hodges spent the seriously 111 and Mrs. Sapp re- back over there with them. Order tn e"h" weekly luxtlee.Wltnea tiff aeek divorce H rail ford County
1/Sornton.; Leslie Bradley 1 . mained with her for a few \ and official I Telegraph .hall publish thin Order \
I past week-end with 00 . . . days. Church services held
his relatives Mr. were Sun weal at "dtarko. Florida. this /Sep In next four weakly leaue.
.pie Blanding, Charles Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markham and Mrs, C. C. Wynn of day morning and evening at the tember 6th. 194S.OFFICIAL Wltneea. my hand and official

of before Heilbronn Starke wore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Long Bridge Christian I ( SKAl. A. J. Thomas. anal at Starke Florida. this Sep I
Lake Butler and SpenClewl proceeding to his home In Melton Kerce and : Church. A. Clerk of eald. Court. tember' II 104k.OFF1ClAl. ,
Dr of Luella and Dunnellon.Rev. children Sun Sunday morning services were ?,,iJi H. Douglas, Ualneavllle, Fla. ( t.I KM\r.) A. J. Thomas A
and Misses day morning. conducted the Atty.. for Plf. 11.1 4t 9-28 A. Clerk of aald Court.
Davis! Pauline Brannen and Mrs. Leslie Shepherdwent By The School by Christian T. Frank I-andrum, lark... Florida. I
,rue Reddish l and Chloe to TallahassSe Monday to . . . ,. . . . Mrs. A. P. Johns and children preacher (If Hampton and even- iv ("lIlr'r (-oi'HT. nni>roHit Atty, for Plaf. -l4.4t-lo-ft '
??[ and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles Ing services by our pastor Rev. fill NT Y. Fl.Olllltll I'lltNKHY. SCorner
of Keystone: Heights. take Miss Mildred Williams back (' FIRST CHRISTIAN CHCKCII
I Rivers! and son, Elbert. Fred Dodd )
the young hostesses to Florida State College for Mr. and Mrs C. D. Pope and were visiting In T-Sgt.' Prenton A. Tanner Plaintiff Call ami Christian 81*. 1
; ,ale hour children Jacksonville Saturday. "". Hnlly Tanner. Defendant
\ Il
cookies and Coca-Cola to Women.) Miss Roberta Whltfleld, were visiting Mr. and Some of l'i el'IIII'1 I r col 11'r.' nit \DKOII Case No. 4010OH Uev.> \V. O. Smodley. Pastor i

.MI who( Is also a student there, accompanied -I Mrs. Vernon Dean in Providence our boys enjoyed horse 1'01'1'1' F1.0HIUH llutth. > (.11.1\: MBit.: OF Prm-TOATTON: Services! as follows: i f
gueit3.sends Sunday. back riding! Sunday at the homeof ( 1:"". ANI NOT'I"n/ APPKAU
with Mr. them. i Jim Yarborough One of the I.. """"niond. Plaintiff, va. STATE OF FlXmiHA tu: Sally lllblo School each Sunday at 1
are rejoicing Williams Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight and I S.-V. rd Hamiuoud' Tanner, whose realdenoe I I. unknown 10 a, m.Preaching. I
Betty was horses had ,.
and fam- among young never been ridden 403tl. :
Mr,. j M. Bradley those who were baptized by Rev. family spent the week-end In before. otinnu l (IF' rmtLicATioN: You are remilred. to appear on and, communion er-
ince last Wednesday when I Nassau with relatives.Mr. STATF MOTICR TO October S, 1945 In the above num.oil vices at 11 a. m. and 8OO: p. m. }
William Wilson In Raiford Sun- John Ryan' of Lake Butler toSMnritle .
infoiaed by the War school : OK FI.OHIDA : Court and raune, wherein plaintiff Prayer meeting each Wednesday >
\ weN Brad- day. and Mrs. W. A. Brown was visiting our school boys Mon I heard llul>>niond, whoa. ronl.lpnoe aeeka divorce, Bradford County
that Corp. Jack IN: 53a Mav at 8:00: p. m.
rtmp.nt Mr. and Mrs. Vance and family were visiting Mra Street )Faycttevlll. Telegraph ehall publish thla
a Japanese Geiger and day.Mr. North Carolina Order In next four weekly l I..*uie.Wltnean h!
\m 1beaPember P after' hav- son, Bradley were guests of Mr. Mary Brown Sunday and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and vu are "qulreil on my hand and official
,In and Mrs. J. M. Mr. and children Oi-tobvr 23, lute. In the abveana.n. anal at Htarke, .Florida this September .
Bradley last week- Mrs. Junior carried
a P.O.VV for nearly McCauleyof produce to Jack- .d Court and "..10.... wherein. plain 7, 1145OFFICI vtIrtLtI44 I
been News of his arrival end. They were accompaniedhome Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. sonville Friday. tiff aevka divorce, I"ra 1ford County ( .VL 8KAL) A. J Thomas
years. by J M. Nettle Mrs. Telegraph vhall ptiMlHh. this' Order Aa Clerk of aald. Court
Bradley who was Starling recently. Emory Johns spent Satur- .
United: States Is momen- In neat lour weekly Unite. H. O. Drown Mtarke Florida, ,
:jje and hoped for. en route to Georgia where he has Mrs. Pearl Starling and family day In Gainesville XVItn m< my hand anil official Atty. for Plf. -U4t105 tOR ACID INDIGESTION

expected visiting! Mr. and Mrs. L. been with relatives 1 n various visited Mrs Nettle Starling Sunday Roy Andrews of Jacksonville *: .lb:1'1 Stark. Floiltla, thin tI"pO.'ICI.I. iv rmrriT roriir.COI'NTV. "II 4 0 5 4)111) i ,
Oer points for a week's vacation. spent the week-end with Mr. and 14. 1 H5. FI.OHII IV tllAN-'
for several days, ( .. IS":A I.) A. J. Thomas 1Y.Annie: 1
Chapman Mrs. Robert S. Chap- Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Barkley were Mrs. Ruby Rosier of Raiford Mrs. G. W. Andrews.Mr. A. Clerk of eels ('ourt. H,11e Tennlng. Plaintiff, v... .

M and Beach guests of friends in Jacksonville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon and Mrs.Ben Kerce and JAekaonvlle H. If.. Ixincan. -517 Lynch Hldir, Henry Dennlnir. defendant. Cane FLii
at Daytona Fla. AU '. for I'lt. 4021.
now )
i aw last week-end. ,. Norman last weekend.Mrs. children of Lake. Butler were S-U 4t 101S OHllKn I OF PIITTUCATION :
leave. Major Chap- I ; *
iihort In the United I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lois Jackson was visiting visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melton ANn NOTICR Tn APHICAKSTATIfl I
recently arrived N'OT'(1 H OF FUOH1DA to: Henr"Denning
: about two years' A C. Davis and family were Corp. her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kerce Sunday afternoon. NOTICK' 18 HEREBY: UJVKN1 that whose residence and ad

tit after Jimmie Rhoden of Ft. Bennlng McCarthy Monday. Mrs. Maggie Kelly Is home after the undoralitn la engaged In elr..". I I. Lllllna-ton, N. C. 50CCarpenters
Area. bu..ln.nd..r
In the Pacific the rirtltlaim name You are required to appear a
in Ga., and Miss Elizabeth Noland Miss Elizabeth McCarthy was spending two weeks in Lawtey of halt, C. John Furniture ('0., lo- October S, 1945 In the above named
arm ladles serving with the who Is the guest of her brother visiting Miss Nadine kdark Sun- with her Don and daughter-in-law rated. 'In the Ur.en Bld r.. Call fit.. Court and cause' wherein. plaintiff

Cross at Camp Blanding the Pvt. Lyle Noland of Camp Blan- day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly. Stark acid/ Fla.flttlltoiu, and Intrmln name. t in<. r.trl.h'l'the the of- ty Telegraph seeks divorce."hall Tlradfnrd publlnh Coon thin Storr

i two) Tuesday evenings were ding and Mrs. Brooks Starlingof Mrs. Winnie Andrews came flee of the Clerk of the Circuit : Order lit next four weekly |I....H..H.Wltnesa Drug
Mrs. J. M. Brad- Court of Bradford County. Flu, i my hand and official
R. Kite.
a Paratrooper Jerry Smith o f Jacksonville were visiting relatives home tr"llthe State Farm Hospital
Mrs. R. P.didon George C .John, .. .. .. .. ,_. ...
Miss Toy Fender. Marlanna visited Mr. and Mrs. this week-end. Wednesday and Is recuperating 9-21 4t 10.11 Lake l'"utler, Fla. -- - --- -- -" - - - - -

Mrs. J. M. Hembree I W. O: Engraham and family Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bradleyof nicely. iv ('inn.IT c'oriiT. nnAlFONl1 I For Safety Comfort and Fcalomy . e

Bo' Barkley Mrs. W. G. I Monday and Tuesday. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere ("01 ii' "'I.Ollll.41 I'" ('11.\' _

,.jfellw! Mrs. Tom Conners; During the past week-end Mrs. and Mrs. O. I. Knight Monday. visiting Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Hu'ry,'Fal \.
A. .
: Plaintiff von 'OUitTI-)IJi4
JL R. Holmes and Mrs. Lyn- : Bill Minter of Waycross Ga., Mrs. Mrs. Ola Perkins visited Mr. of Brooker Sunday.! v". Elisabeth Ann Wtlhelm, Defandunt. -

d Watts. and :Mrs Attending flic Bradford County Cuifn Nil, 4002.
: Claudia Lee Cult and daughter Kirby Sunday. OHltKIl OH" PUHMCATIO.V: COKKKCTINFORMATION
",e w.1>ru. of the Raiford Cathie and Miss Winette Minter Mrs. Muriel Norman and Mrs. singing convention at Water Oak ANIJ, NOTICM TO Al't'lOAIt I jf.S'1'leiase

>:Jit! Church met with Mrs. I of Jacksonville were guests of Ole Perkins attended the Super- Church Sunday were Mr. aDd j both 8TATIJ' Ann OP AVIIhelm FUllll, whopte to:aililr 11:11.a..... :

wood Watts Monday after- Mr. and Mrs. Al Rogers. Little visors meeting in Starke Satur- Mis.' Reddish Andrews and children In-10V. (loritaa Lane. <]prman- rlionn 117 9'1'8

i I Cathie remained for several days day afternoon.We and Mr and Mrs. Emory town You, IMHInUelphla are required, 1'.nn.yl"a" appear! on I -. ., .,A

1 Uses June Caldwell, Doris 'with Mr: and Mrs. Rogers in ara very eorry that Jewel Johns October 8, 1945, In the above named I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moreland and Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I Ride Florida Motor iJnceGreyhound llusscs
trief and Martha Rlddell order to :attend! the birthday partyof Edwards and Charles Sapp are K..ekH divorce and award of
sick. We hope they will be backIn daughter Joan of Jacksonville and to ",,'pnI""I. child '
it t last week-end :In Starke as little Lavonla Rogers Tuesday. llradford' UNION BUS STATIONTemple
school soon. Mr. and Mrs.: Fred Moreland and T.liwraph Bhull i"ul>ll..h thin Order
of Misses Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
guests Madgemlee III next] four weekly ice n.WltneHH ,.-.. \\e.. LACY) CONWAY, Agent Hlnrkt', ."111. ,
Janet Anderson andy Land last week were Mrs. May- Mr. and Mrs Ray Newsome of son of Baltimore Md., were Sat- my blind and offlflnl .
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urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. seal nt Btnrkr. Florida, thin till
; Ann Wiggins respectively. field Land and son Ronald of Starke were vsitlng! Mr. and Mi's.Perry Kvptetnlier 11148.UFKIl'IAL .

Newsome Sunlay.: W. Andrews and other relatives. ( "BKAI.' ) A..r. Thomas,

R. L. Morgan is 111 in the Glen- W. E. Loadholtz of Jacksonville At Clerk of said Court.
T. !frank I.and I
rum. 8tarke, Florida,
Service Careful Drivers dale Hospital In Palatka. has just returned from overseas Ally for Mr. 9.7 4t '".usciuriir
The 5th and 6th grades had a and Is at Camp Blanding Iv rot
perfect attendance record Wednesday awaiting a discharge. He is the i (:011'1. "'I.UII""I' 111110b'4)111)IV ('IIU_

Sept. 19. nephew of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. 4 Kill.HnliHit '. on
Plaintiff, v.. neorirla
Mrs. Mae Seymour has returned Crews.G. Swift Jaincn, Defendant.. Cave No
W. Andrews and son Reddish 4025.
; onnicH on-
Andrews were business visit- AMJ ;.NOTK-K. prm.irATroN Til AI'ridAlt ,,

to Gainesville 8TATM OF r'l.llUIDA to 1,
ors Friday. : Ufnrorln

MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone mil: 1>11', and Mrs. Herbert Parrish "Swift m,wn..J anu,., whoa." addrem In unK : J ,

and son J. T. spent the week-end You lire required to appear on
October 8, 194.1, in the
above namd -
fyfSKEfPIHEM with Mr. and Mrs. Kverette Laneto
Court and l a
CIIUHH, wherein' plain
150 tiff aeekx dlvniiu and annulment:;
nor home in Tampa after aweek's Bradford ('oil nuy Trl"Kratli| nhall /odc)
I publish this Order, !In net four
0 Day Night visit with her mother weekly lnauCHWltn b

Mrs. J. E. Thomas and other lel- nM my hnnd and official
atlvea.Mrs.!. seal nt "Htarkp, Florida this. "Sea.tember .

Start Your Nettle Kirkland and chil- (OFFICIAL. Blh, SKA 1S4H. ) A, J. Thomas. NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU7ifter
A. Clerk of
Post ,/War Planning dren and Mrs. Inez Wainwright Xaoh If Douglas, JaluvHVllle(Poiirt., Fin.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L R. Atty. for Plf 9-7 4t 9.28
By Placing Your
Starling Sunday. iv 11".r ( in n'r, 1111 UFOlln
Order Now For C'ILIIY.Efrle('01 >TV. FMIIIIIlti I'll ('''''N-

I Hcaloy Plaintiff V*. Elmo
These Appliances DO VOIT; KNOW A11o11VROACHES'; Karl Seuley Defendant.+ Case No.

oni En OF pt'nMCATioNAND
Wbeit you '1." roadie. H'u try OF PMllU" tq: Klmo same... I..
AUTOMATIC lo get rid of them nil. not Ju.t Earl Healey, whole addrei U un- teJ I IN
kill the few that you ran hit known. i-j. mtm II I
The PARK CAFE HOME LAUNDRY. tllh Nprar or dual or shut walk You are required to appear on I
tat.. n pwwder by .....,d..... October. R, 1B45 In the above named -
POINT Court and CHiiMe, wherein plaintiff
eeka divorce Bradford Coun- Ij
REFRIGERATORS K-3-D ty Telegraph hall. puhllah thl.
Order In next four weekly Innueii..
RANGES Ia0.4'II KILLI.] it WltneH my hand. and official j
Delicious Regular Meals HEATERS 1% Iairr9nMYrIloarhe : real at Htnrkn. Florida. this September -
WATER tth, I 1945.roFFIfMAIi .
bvmnnn Ilk e Y
rat It they 1. I
Healthful Vegetable Plates It. Thry dry up and Jlr. ...,> I Ito MI.AI.) A. J. Thomas, , t
AvailableWe An Clerk of nald. Court.
As ,.p. Nun-palMonouM tu au "'. Frank 1.llnlrlim.. Btarke Florida,
Short OrdersI'ONWAY'S Will Fill Orders In and l !,<*(.. Atty. for i'lf. D-7 4t 9.29IY ATLANTIC I Ieras. = .h

of Application 15c and 25c pkgs. : .
Order ('Iurr17"eoi;; mi.tu/FOrln
1.111'r4. .0..111t 1\1: CIIAN.;
Sistrunk Feed and C'II\".
FULL LINE Robert Ifall. Plaintiff. "... Wanda N r .
U. Hall, Defendant.jape. No. 4027.
Seed Co. OHOKIt. (I.' l'L'f-CATION '
New l.oi-atloal_ 114 M. Call ANn NOTKM3 Tr APH1CAKn .a. a
"NI'tllKK." F.4.91fg. :BTATal, Uh' F'IAi11DA; 'n; Wanda All..v11.1-,+ffTn,f in tm AHuMit r* ,untr l". in nT1 our qMn
I lj-; Zoe 1 Suet90th f Street New
Ct. I by Mi-Phall Pr.luctaOrlnado. York N. Y
Service StationPHONE . .
9 Electric Motors .. -1. You are required to appear on
October. I, IKIli! In the. above named ,
Court and cause wherein plaintiff I
147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE Keeka divorce. Bradford County -
Telegraph a hall publish' thin Place
FIXTURES STRIPS Order In next my four hand weekly and lueueii.Wltiienn official. Sarge's *

Oil Changing anal at Stark., ,,Florida thin Hep.temher V
Decca Records It, 1945.'OFFICIAL .
Greasing A. Cleric of said. Court.
It. If. Duncan 817 Lynch Bld .
Waxing Exhaust FansFlashlights .lack.onvllle, ...1..... Atty. for Plf. ARMYSTORE
9-7 4t 9-2S
Washing _
1 IV ClltClir (Olltr. BHAI)KOIII1
f'OI'CIj'I'Y. Fl....I..U(11..\"-
i, PolishingTire AND BATTERIES\: ". r
? Barney K Holder, Plaintiff. ".. Ola

Repairs Hot Shot Mae 4U2A Holdvr Lxtftndant. Ca. No. 1 ,I i


OF FLOIUliA to: Ola
Lanterns Mae Holder whine addremi I. Route By The War Department
EXPERTWORKMANSHIP No.2. JJurnnvlllo. North Carolina.
You art required. to appear on
AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR Therm October 9, 1941 In the above named -
Duo CourtAnd raUMe. wherein plaintiff -
OIL/ & GREASEQuaker HEATERS cock. divorce, tiradford County Operated
Telegraph nha.ll piibllnh 1 1 thin
Order In next four weekly Unite. By an Ex-Soldier '
Wltneei hand and official
Bed Lamps
heal at Htarke, Florida. thin "Sep.temlier r
( 1'1' I':A I.) A. J. Thoma. I H]
Oil Desk Lamps A* Clerk nt aM Court. Ii
Lash H. Douglas, Oalnenvllle.. Fla HEADQUARTERSFOR .
Sealed = =========* I Atty. for fit. 9-7 4tU

SERVICE Radio Service iv ('IIUT.T fl)i IIT nn \IIFORIICOI


FINEST WATCH TO OUR John Harris TlntKrhton Plaintiff \
FLORIDA... AUTO LITE .... Jo.ephlne Ilenik flnu hton, D.t.ndant. .- '
BATTERIESTake CARE ('"".. N.>, 4024.OnDRR ,
VIKLER Ilenck Bo,,.hton. whnan. adclren. -
BUSSES .. I I., 4
For Safety Isen_8 I TheSTAG Trenton You are NeW required Jemey. to appear on Store I p

Comfort 0 October 9. 1"4', In the ahove namd Iffj, '
& Economy Electric Service ,' Court and .-Rune, wherein plaintiff -
...k. divorce., Bradford County -
Phone 147 .hall puhllah this 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla.111" '
Carter' Bldg. Starke Telegraph !
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Care Of It 226 Temple Avenue Order Wltnex In *next my four hand weeklr and 'official"" .

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i I IN! CIRCUIT COtRT. BRADFORD Swift' :James, whose address 1* un Ceclle STATE Burnette OP FLORIDA Jacobs, whose to:. residence Mrs.- No.B..I.40U.. r. Moon"J, n.fondant
youth of the country la expectedto I Conducts Revival IN CHANCKHV. known. C
;, \itotarians Discuss afterWorld FLORIUAI Tou'are required to appear on and address la: Star Route, OP'>1:1t!: 01"
Increase' it did C.
sharply as the above named Plantersville AND PUBLICATIIf
October g, 19t5, In NOT:'
{ fouth ProblemThe War I. The problem of ... ; Robert HaI! Plaintiff vs. Wand Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are reqUired to appear on STATE 01" E !
from school was discus- 1i B. Hall. Defendant. No. 40)17.) seeks divorce and annulmen October 2c, 1945 {/In the above named Beale L. M o FLORID.t. t tnAS.
,7l n
truancy ORDER OIT Pl'PUCATION Pradford County Telegraph shall Court and cause, wherein plaintiff e 1
> Important matter 'of service sed and also the matter of a AND NOTICE TO APPEAR publish this Order In next four seek. divorce. Bradford County plats, Telresxeernanda. BTiree yOctol ',

'to the young people of the supervised recreation program for n STATE Hall, 200 OF East FLORIDA D6tb Street to: Wanda, New weekly Witness I hand and pfflclaseal In Telegraph next tour shall weekly publish: Issues this Order r.qulr"d ,
rf community wss discussed at the young people.N. York, N. Y. at Starke Florida, thi Witness my hand and o'flrlal e" 1945, In th't' .tb0pt atelf
You are required. to appear on Umber. Bth, 1845. Co .t" and CIIIIII... M
Starke Florida this
seal at September
Rotary Club Wxdnenday<<: led by Sternberg, chairman of the October. 8, 1945, In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.'Thomas, ) ., 20th 1945. tilt a. 'is divorce Bradford wheroln pia
l 1 Chlloren's Committee, Court and cause wherein plain- As Clerk of said Court. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Telagreph. shall publish Coo
t, the Rev. W. J. Churchwell, chairman Crippled tiff seeks divorce Bradford County Zch. H. Douglas, Gainesville.. Fla ( In next "our thl" C..
A Clerk of said Court.T. weekly
I of the dab's Youth Service stated that there Is a total ot i r 4w Telegraph shall publish 1 Issues.Witness thl.. Atty. for Plf. '-7 ft 2NOTICK .a Frank Landrum, fcltarke! Florida eeali nssRta. any hand 108U.and ..
Order In next four weekly -
several hundred dollars on handIn yr 'i hand and official: Atty. for Pit -28 4t 1019in ", Florida offbtomLr
Committee my TO CnEIMTORH : 26, 1945.OFFICIAL'IIEAI.. this A
I' the county's Infantle Paralysis seal at Starke, Florida, this Sep having claims or demands -
Mr. Churchwell out the ) tember 8, 1945.OFFI"IAL All persons rincriT cotnr. BRADFORD ( .) A,
pointed of Archl J
Fund account, and urged memobers ( HEAL) A.I.: Thomas, 'against the deceased.e tate are hereby rOLNTl.: FJLOHIIJ.M IX: C1IAIMCKRY. A. Clerk of said Court Thol
'Y 'increasing Importance. o f Much to turn in the names of 'As Clerk of said. Court. bald H.ohnll and, required to file Frank Landrum, Starke
!H. Duncan Lynch Ftldg-/ notified E. Mooney, Plaintiff, vs.WELCOME. Atty.T. for 1" 1'10'
It. (17 George It.
t s i office of the
work this known of Infantile paralynl In the : 9-Is
at time
that claim .
now we cases Jacksonville. ., Fla., Atty. for Plf. .their-* ., i _nt_ nrAdford County, tt I.,.
t v J < .<.r e
are entering upon the post-war victims BO that this money mightbe 9-7 4t 9-28 _____ Florida sun In the Courthouse. at-. wallMINI'INUa11111aaUalllllllilll/pIIn111411tA1I11IIIIIII1( '' / .UIlilY11NIW01A1114111YININIAlI1NIIII1111111W INIINI40WUIIIW1Yli,,

era when delinquency among the used to advantage. CHtCriT COURT BRADFORD Starke, Florida, within eight calendar I s
month from the date of the ,
IN: CIIANRfflo -
; roi"Mrv.. FxoHion of this notice 01' ,
-- first publication
or IT t (EIIY.
'i& ... the samewill, become. void accord
: : Hoaley, Plaintiff, Elmo IS,
Case No. Inrt to law This September
Earl Sealey, Defendant.
:4i NOTICE r 4023.ORDER 19411. RUBY B. JOHNS, )!
Y t : STATE ANn NOTICE OK FLORIDA TO APPEAR to': Elmo Aa hibaldaH'.Johnetdecea! ede.

Karl Healay, whose address. la un- 9.28 4t 10-IS ..
Ir ',

; The Blue Tavern known.You are required to appear on iv. CIRCI'Ii' coi'RT, BRADFORD IX CHAN! .
Ortnbnr 8, 1945, In the above nomad 'OI IVY. FLORID "
( s Court and cause, wherein. plain Pa'u'li"ir' Hriloh. Plaintiff, vs.
it. F tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County B.
The Rev, E. E. Swearingen of Telegraph shall. publish this Louie (Luka) Hrslch, Defendant. *
Order In next four weekly Isnues.4tness case No. 4053.ORDER .
is under thenew' Jacksonville! will begin a revival
1 now '\ my hand OF
1 t meeting at the Woodlawn Baptist seal at Starke.. Florida, this September NOTICE TO APPEAR ......
Church, three miles west of Law '5th, 1945. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louie !
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (Luka) Hrslch, whose residence la ,.....
Oct. 6. The
of tey on Sunday night, As Clerk of said Court.T. unknown.You A
management pastor, the Rev. J. O. Raulerson, Frank Iandrum, Starke Florida, are required to appear on I
I"." extend an invitation to the pub- Atty. for Plf 94 4t '-28 October 20. 1945. In the above named -. .
and wherein plaintiff .
Court cause
,". ?'. ..I 110 to attend the series. IV: CIRCUIT Co"lRT, BRADFORD seek. rtlvoree.\ Bradford County
C.D. '
"r I.jtj i' ,., CO!'NTV. FLORIDA IN CHAN: Telegraph shall publish this Order
t.. '. ." : CfoJItY. In next", tour weekly Issues. )
k ( . V. F. W. WorkerTo Robert James. Plaintiff, vs Georgia Witness my hand and official No matter what branch of the
Case No.
bi '" r r Sushi James, Defendant. seal at Starke. Florida, this 25th )1 serviceyou're
Be Here Oct. 11J. 42!. September! 1(45.

1 .
Ray Glove! of Orlando will STATE OF FLORIDA to: GeorgiaWAR As. Clerk of said Court.Walter
C. Hardesty Daytona.B..aeh. in No matter whether
'O STEAKS. CHICKEN 'In I I'tt "If. '-38 ft 10-19 you're
be Starke: on Thursday, Oct. --r Florida, Att) for (

11, for the purpose of contacting corn i
"onrJCOtIN''Y. ..
prospective members for an or FLOIUDAI IN CHAN
CERY. getting a discharge or just ;
'c 'h ganlza lon here of the Veteransof : \\ tIt Edward O. Jacobs Plaintiff, vs.
PLATE LUNCHES Cecile Burnett Jacobs, Defendant ..
Wars A will
2t Foreign meeting
: f ft C"eORDEn" 80>
be held in the Legion Hall on BONDS ''
1 I' , NOTICE TO APPEAR in You'll always find' a warm icel-
West Call St. at 8 p. m., the same

rhea' BLUE TAVREN day to perfect the organizationand V .' -

r elect temporary officers.All .
r ; 1 veterans with overseas or come and the most, for your money at
. 112 TENTH STREET .:.. ?, foreign service are invited and HURRICANE
urged to attend.

NEAR SEABOARD DEPOT Mr. Glover Is a Past Commander 1926 seven hurricanes of P. S. Stores. .

of the State Department and disaster proportions have swept g .
gives much of his time to or-
w (. over various sections of the United
ganizing new VFW posts throughout States. Most of them struck in
the State. He is able and< OUR nrronDi
willing to: give much needed September.The OVKR TWO HULK
assistance and Information concerning only protection against wind & & k> ROLDIERA: HU
this great organization. storm loss is INSURANCE. Don'twait OUR ",'(un;". 1HIR:

; A good football team until you see the warning ,MIST'' HE .t IIPSO

Methodist Church signal-that will be too late.

is a good adver Call Us Today Phone 146 IJ
Promotion day will be observed

tisement for la all departments of the Methodist -
m a Sunday School this Sunday.A H. C. WALL\ AGENCY

special program: has been arranged -
school . '
and every teacher and Harold C. Wall Jog E. Wilson I
I r
every pupil, with special visitors, I STORlAT

will have a part on the program.

: The pastor, the Rev. W. J. .. __ _ __ __ __ _ __ ___ __ _____ __________u___ t
v \ Churchwell, announces that the -.

I A good school is a good advertisement topic of the morning sermon will CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES J
BRANDING BUS STATIC.iiiiiuiimimiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii
-4 be> "Links". A special musicalproirram ,

:$ for a town . has been ananired.The -- -- .-- ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Iiit - - -
.c =
evening service of congregational ;-- I.. ". " "" '' "inimiiimiiiiiin' " ""'"IXI0tI1111HIIt/1RIIINIIaIlrefpMIAIAXIIIIItlI'nIIlA' /' "', ''''' :''' ''''''''' '''' ''"''''''''iimiir'' '?,, ",.",-
I II Of' all kinds renovated HAVE IT FIXED Many 1>(t1e '
d Pt" .' Bradford High has the material singing! ; furniture upholstered and things are breaking up around
: card. the house these days that you
reflnlshed. Drop un
1 for a'good team Congregational; singing so enjoyed HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Jox would replace If you could get
. by all, will be calmed at 280. Palatka. Fla. tt them. This. Is Impossible butmaybe

the evening service, and the sermon t' ran fix It.Office.Ask for tf
Frank Telegraph
at iFl
TRAWBERTIY and truck farmer N.E 51.t.

f h'' 1' S'' Let's back the boys by a good attendance topic Cry". will be, "The' PoorMan's 20 wanted.acres land.Will share-crop 4ft miles North or rent.of .' ..

at the The people meet in the Stnrkp, new 0 room house, plnstvied LIST YOUR: FARM, CITY AND, !
-' t games . young lights, tools and horse fur
'k i R '\ main auditorium at 7 p. m. nished. Hi>e M.IIt. Judd corner BUSINESS PROPERTY . QUALITYj:: I
,. .. *
Pi' i A cordial' invitation Is given to Lafayette and Adams Sts. Starkeiii .
{ i Good tf
; ,.ti ; attendance means good all youth of the church. " ::;(j' ,

revenue . STRUT 5EE.TATE:: ;(, 'W' ,WO R' K
41" .,,'
Dolejs Farm SoldF. 30 ROOMSCABINS iH Greatest wdvertUer. of .....- '!':' z W .t"''' '!r ., I
try property. Has made over It

Good revenue means more home C. llngBworth., local Strout ANDKITCHENETTES ra.OOO. aales. Rnyers of) lfontesFarmanAcreage. from all over
Realty Agent, recently sold the World. Free open llstlnc.E. i

games . May Dol;JIf farm at Theressa to .A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY

Stanley p. Holmes of Chicago.Mr. fl rest on
I Holmes Is here at the present Gas Heat Gas Cooking Represented Locally By
More home II
I games at means more managing his property. Lights F. C. IIOLLINaSWORTH ,
1 Walnut St.
116 So.
money kept at home . i f

i$ & & '' .I -- New Taxi Service Completely Furnished MOTORTUNEUP

SPENCER SUPPORTS Individuallydesigned

{t, t L t The above applies also to good Broward Akridge began operating Book A Room Ahead West Madison. Mrs. St.Bertha Pearce 7.2a-4lp 205 t

". laundry and dry cleaning .By a cab in Starke this week t
For 'Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S FOR SALE-5-burner New Perfection
... during the hours between 7 m. .
t' p. oil stove with built-in oven.A
; patronizing home establishment -. and 7 n. m. He has received a bn.rnaln.-J. R. Wainwright, c!
Vox 226. Itp
you keep your money at permit> to operate two cabs within PLACE

: -, the city limits' and plans tout
'34r; home J 1000 Feet From B Gate
.1 > the other one on next week. s

Jr. Akridge has ben a residentof KINGSLEY LAKEFOR FOR SALE: ,
i -- --- - ------
Stark for 3 1-2 years and has FURNISHED SFi'' 4
been employed at the Jacksonville RENT-3 two-room furnished
: of apartments, eluctrlo. lights $20 I I ar
shipyard most that time.
STARKE per month each. 4 miles out on : HOUSE
'. CLEANERS Raiford road. Clayton Crawford.. ;
IX MIOIOIIItH 9-21 Up r ( lop'
In memory of our darling son, 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen Bath, ps' a }iHere's
f_ PHONE too ]o'ranStarllnll'/ who !gave his FOR HENT-29 acre farm, 24 In
: and LAUNDRY STARKE. life on Sept. 80, 1544> In Holland; cultivation. Rent as lunla.\ person I Largo Living-Dining. Room r.t
FLA.: son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe EE. Star! wishes at $100 per year. Smiles Sleeping! PorchELECTRICITY ,
ling! of Miarke/ Fla. from Lawtey adjoining '
There'll. a new bfue-eyed. angel In Woodlawn Baptist. Church. I
Heaven; 9-21 tip
r Its that dear little hoy of min.
Clod l must have needed a new star 80( Acres 90.Pecan Trees
When he took that darling of FOR SALE OR RENT-Fully'equipped What We Dot ,a
mine restaurant living quarters in Stands Owner. Around
Alt the days were so bright ando rear. 223 South Walnut. Up tlr
happy I $9,000 Will Take Less
Until Uod called him away; FOR SALK-Corn In the .shuck 12 Than Half Check and adjust carburetor. $$3.50
tIJAITMFFSF1 : I'd give all this world and Its per bushel. Tom Howell, Rte. I
treasureIf 1, Box 71. Gainesville, Alaphua .
1 could Just see him today. County 11'1"2 8 2tp Investigate Make Offer Check distributor and timing.
His sweet. smile was as bright\ as I 01
the sunshine, FOR RENT House furnished. ,
Him eves were. a. blue as the sky; lights. apply! 3 miles out on Hal- Contact Mr*. R. Gantzell :nlltail neW ont
_ ) ?: CENT: ? Leo'was MO happy when. he left. a., ford road. Arthur Dale. ItpSTRATED At Trailer Next to Halle's Clean and adjust ipark plugs, t
I wonder why he had to die gas''.eta.r . I1'"y'
He wa always rheeiful-minded --Black mule, about BOO Cabin Highway IS

Su And he always rae: his ready life to so Hive faithful: Ibs headed., shaggy toward Lawtey.mane, I last Please seen. Box: B2 Starke, Fla. Inspeot air filter and clean t if "ecesl&r1.: ill f

That alt of his loved on.. might notify 8 Forsyth, Rte. 1, Box 1 .
\ SEE US live.There's. 71-B. Starke. Itp and p.IP
'trk, a new fclue-Syel Anted. I I Check generator, starter and /oltag
In Heaven. FOR SALE--One antique love-seat.. APARTMENT FOR RENT-Middle- i
t -IF YOU NEED And In memory he'll\ always be Mrs. I.. A. Hen no 1 Ids, "Our aged Christian people no children current regulator. .J". (l
\ near; Shanty", Up :3 miles out East. Call St.
b The. antrals surround him I In Clark'a Brookslde Farm.8 2t Test battery and check cab! aonnectlons. t
AN I.eavenAnd
,.1 he tells how lie love us NOTICE FOR SALE-Ire box (25 pound -f .
down here. capacity). Excellent condition. r
n Now earn night as I kneel by my Mrs T. E. Lewis Cabin No.. .. Test coil and condenser.
'J"" bedside Clute's Trailer Park. it .... it
? t 111 prey for strength. to go on. I Am Now Operating My'Feed i
And I know that Its best not to FOR SALE-One mare, will work adJUJt It
fan belt for
worry Mill On Wednesdayand anywhere, and :2 ton of hay looleneeaJ4ltI in
WE HAVE THEM y Though from this world he has Edward Norman, Graham Fla. necessary.
'w gone. Saturday Each Up
But we know that Ood Is with
him FOR SILK-Fully equipped house s
From $15 Per Month Up Rivause he left us word trailer, factory built. 1300 ....h.
That when. he departed this sin Inquire at Three Friends Bar v fcclrotrJ
j4 0 fut old world Week.EARL ber Shop. C. Q. Lanler. lip
He would be there with his Lord.
There-ii. a new blue-eyed angel COOK FOR BALK-Maple bed room suit I'Ct
W. T.
CLUTE REALTOR In Heaven with Inner spring mattress. 2
And I know h. l I" happy up Starke Fla. wing chairs and various other
there' odds and ends IJSO for every J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
So I'U pray that 'some day we thing Mrs. J.. H. Nourr I".r.

t 119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE shall meet hlonWh..n FOR SALE-fi-ronm house: 4 acres: Orand St., Btarke. j Itp
we reach that city so fair. on highway 31. .
IH miles
( ?<> friends. Northof FOR SALE-One- trailer fair condition DODGE & PLYMOUTH
)Ir andutasbfoeE.yst. and keystone Heights, St.150 cash.. good tlr.., ready to roll ll
amlly.) See Walrath Walrath Keyclone : Price 1150. W. T. Clute, Realtor FLA-
Heights, It 119 East Call SU it 600 TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE,



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( STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mrs Bessie. '.
,Rotarians Discuss youth of the country Is expectedto Conducts Revival I 11'1'! CIRCUIT. FXOIIIUAI COrseT BRADFORDCOUNTY. IN CHAN Swift"knnwn.James, whose address un- Cecils Burnette Jacobs: whose restdence No. 40U.OP"t. Mooney I'fehdant
and address la
on : Route,
increase sharply as it did afterWorld CERY. You are required to appear !!
iB. C.
lui i. outh ProblemThe War I. The problem of *elr Robert Hall: Plaintiff vs. Wanda.. October 8, 1945 In the wherein above plain.nam- You are required to AND NOFItF:PtBLICATIt)
F'T and cause appear on STATE
truancy from school was discus e 1). Hall. Defendant. No. 4027. .dhCourt divorce /and annulment. October 21'! 1945. In the above named Ressle 1.. FLORIDA I.A
important matter 'of service sed and also the matter of a AND ORDER NOTICE OF pirPLlCATION TO APPEAR Bradford County Telegraph shall Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .. n t
.. thin Order In next *ourweekly Meek divorce. Bradford County Tenre5HernnndoNheR'1
publish !
'to the young people of the supervised recreation program for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wanda Issues. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn phis
n. ball ZOO East 06th Street, New '
people. + Y.i. Witness my hand and .offj.c'aleal next tour weekly issues Yo ere required
community; was discussed at the young York, N. Y. to
e at Starke, Florida" Ot'tnl." %11.
r Witness my" nd and official 1945. In 1
Rotary Club Wednesday: led by N. Sternberg chairman of the You are required to appear onOctober tember 5th, 1045. seal at Starke Florida this September ed OIT and cau..tho erei0
8, 1948, In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Thomas tiff s Is divorce '
} c f the Rev. W. J. Cliurchwell, chair Crip pled 1 Chllaren'a Committee, .i. r Court and cause. wherein plain- AH Clerk of said Court.Zach (OFFICIAL 20th.HEAL 1046.) A. J. Thomas T..lelrlpIIIhnll Bradrord do J 1
Fla. publish
tiff seeks divorce Bradford Coun- Gainesville this
man of the dab's Youth Service stated that there is a total of I ty Telegraph. shall I publish this Atty.. H.for Douglas Plf. t-7 U -2S1NOTICB All Clerk of said Court.T. In next (atir weekly '*
I'' p several hundred dollars on handIn s Order In next four weekly Issues. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida Witness my hand
+ Committee for Pit. 8-28 4t I andtembert
Atty. 10-14 '
Witness hand and officialseal .
my 25al94fi ">rlll ,. 1hIFlOFFIC1AL'5EAL
the county's Infantle Paralysis TO inEHITORBAll : .
/ at Starke, Florida, this SlOp.t.mb..r
Mr. Ch'lrchwell out the claims or de-
+ pointed Fund account, and urged mem- r II, 1945.OFFIC'JAL persons having estate of Archibald IN cinrriT COIIIT. mtinroim ( ) A.
k k 'increasing Importance. o f such bers to turn in the names of t Aa( Clerk of SEAL:said )Court A.:1.: Thomas, mendelIaln.t H. lohnii, the deceased, are hereby roi"VT1.. FLOHIllAl It CHAN.KHV. .I A. Clerk of said Court J. n
< T Frank
'Q work at this time now that we known cases of Infantile paralysis r It. H. Duncan BIT Lynch Bid*. notified and the required office of to the George E Mooney, Plaintiff vs. Atty. for Landrum Plt 8larke, FI,
their claims In
i Are entering the victims that this might Jacksonville Fla,, Atty. for Plf. Bradford County II.U 41g11N111II11111111iIIlaIItItlIIIIIAlgelalallllll111111411t
upon poutwarra so money 0-7 4t 9-21 County Judge of --, -
1s era when delinquency among the be used to advantage. Florida In the Courthouse calendar at "' / 1111YIIII111111NIlAINIIIIIIn11111YI1pIIIlAIIMIIIIIIIIIYIIn< "ntltlllyy""'" ""I"," _...
IV 'tllC'1'IT COURT: BRADFORD Starke, Florida: within eight> ,
.. _.- -.--- ('O''II1'Y.' VLOItllltl 1* CHCKRV. .**- months from the date of.,the 1 .
: first publication of this notice or
flfflo: Hoalsy, Plaintiff vs. Elmo the same will become void aceorrt-
NOTICE ro"2Sealey, Defendant. Case No. mat to law. This September It, !

!: t 4023.ORDER OF PUBLICATION 195' RUBY of the B. JOHNS.Administratrix estate. of WELCOME !

Archibald< H. Johns
Earl Real"y, whose address la un- 9-28 4t 10-10 1'-- -- _
known. .

i The Blue Tavernis I You are required to appear on i* cmcirr (:'()1I1T. nnAnrono' =
'. ) .. Octnhnr 8, 1045. In the above named -, ('OI''II'I'FI.ORII' }.'I IV: (.11 *!*-
1r' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ('r:nY.
titn'ri n'ri seeks divorce. Bradford Coun- Pauline B. Hriloh.Louie plaintiff. "". 41
tit The Rrv. E. E. Swearingen of Defendant.
ty Telegraph shall publish this (Luke) Hrtlch. \.
n now under: the. new Jacksonville will begin a revival Order In next four weekly and issues.Witness official. Case No. 4001.ORDER .
meeting at the Woodlawn Baptist -c' "' '
seal at Starke. Florida thl. Sep AND NOTICE:l TO APPEAR
I Church, three miles west of Law- tember 1th, 1945. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Louie

of tey on Sunday night, Oct. 6. The (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas (Luka) Hrilch, whose residence Is
4)t) management As Cleric of said Court.T. unknown.You .
pastor, the Rev. J. O Raulerson
Frank Landrum, Florida are required to appear' em
.. .. extend an Invitation to the public Atty. for Pit. Stark.t : to attend the series. Court and cans, wherein plaintiff
i4 : C D BROWN .1. IN cineriT COURT BRADFORD seeks! divorce Bradford County
.. \rg, ;; ,: COI'MTV. F-LOIUUM: CHAN.CKHV. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
1 Issues.Witness
next four weekly
(A 'r" V. F. W. WorkerTo Robert James, Plaintiff vs. Oeor l la hand and official I
o'j"a Be Here Oct. 11 Swift James, Defendant Ca. No.4025ORDER deal at Florida, this 2lithSept.mber : No matter what branch of the service

,' 1945. I
J. Ray Clove of Orlando will STATE OF FLORIDA to: Georgia As Clerk of said. Court.

1 rI l O STEAKSCHICKEN be 'in Starke on Thursday. Oct. Walter Florida,C.Atty Hardesty., for fit Daytona 9-39 ft Beach 10-19, A you're in No matter whether you're

Vt 11, for the purpose of contacting i !
+ I 0 REGULAR DINNERS iv rinciTr: cofRT. IJR.bFOnnCOI"'I'Y
I prospective members for an or- FLORIDA IN CHAN-
here of the 't\\t\\ CERt" getting a discharge or just '
I PLATE LUNCHES ganization Veteransof \\1NtStIt Edward O. Jacobs, Plaintiff vs. ., starting

Foreign Wars A meeting_ will Cecile Burnett Jacobs, Defendant.
i Case No. 4094,
'' be held in the Legion Hall on WAR.BONDS ORDER OF PUBLICATION

R BLUE TAVREN West Call St. at 8 p. m., the same AND NOTICE TO APPEAR in You'll always find a worm uel-

day to perfect the organizationand ..' .-
elect temporary officers.

All veterans with overseas or come and the most for

r !#' 112 TENTII STREET .t ,, foreign service are .invited and HURRICANE WARNINGSince your money at

urged to attend.
Mr. Clover is a Past Commander 1926 hurricanes of
1 r seven P. S. Stores.
d t of the State Department and
disaster proportions have swept x
gives much of his time
I to organizing
over various sections of the United
new: VFW posts throughout -
i the State. He Is able and States. Most of them struck in I

,1 I iny willing to give much needed September.The OUR nKfORIH' Rno
) 0\ Fat
TWO Mill'
assistance and information concerning only protection against wind- i> NOLUIF/R9: tit

; this great organization. storm loss is INSURANCE. Don't 4 I MtllK PI'IK'IM"K.

A good football team wait until the warning oni, vrnRRi. nm
ny you see Mir" nc .t it EH

r Methodist Church signal-that will be too late.
h is a good advertisement -' Call Us Today Phone 146
Promotion day will be observed 1lJ

%' for a la all departments of the Methodist -

Sunday School this Sunday.A H. C. WALL\ AGENCY ,

; t 1 school . special program: has been arranged -

j and every teacher and Harold C. Wall Jo E. Wilson ;

every pupil, with special visitors, ... . . ,
'- -
will have a part on the program.The ,.... ". .:. : : -... .. . .. :. . . .. : .. .> !

pastor' the Rev. W. J. ..
- -- - --- - -- -- -
Churchwell, announces that the .5
A good school is a good advertise topic of the morning sermon will CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES i

4' i went for a town . be, "Links". A special musical AT BRANDING. BUS STATIC

i program has been arranged.The -. I .
'I.i, evening service of con- ,I',"111111I111111111111I111111I11I111111111111I1111111I1111111+ 1I111I11I111I111111111111111111"111/11"11"1"111111'111"11"" / '" +' 1"11I"111I111'1"1"' """nr' oar' ,r
&r' of all kinds renovated HAVE IT FIXED Many lytle
& firadford High has the material gregational singingCongregational ; furniture upholstered and things: are breaking; up around
singing so enjoyed reflnlxhed. Drop us. a card. the house these days that you
for a good team . HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Vox would replace If you could get
by all, will be featured at
i 1130. Palatka. Fla. tf them. This in Impossible, but
; the evening service, and the sermon maybe I ran fix: it. Ask for
STRA\V EUny and truck farmer Frank at Telegraph Office tf ?
i' 4 topic will be, "The' PoorMan'
s d Let's back the boys by a good attendance wanted. Will share-crop or rent 1j'N.EST
: .
20 acre land. 4H miles North of
at the games . The young people meet in the Starke, new 8 roam< house. plastered . LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND, ? ;
light: tools and horse furnished
: main auditorium at 7 m. BUSINESS PROPERTY . .
1 t + 't\ See .U. tIL Judd corner DUALITYWORK I
1 A, I A cordial' Invitation is given to Lafayette and Adams Sin. Starke, ::
It ,
Good 1
means good all youth of the church. tJ .
i' .<,.:
revenue. . J STROUT $ELLa'HRALEsrA1 .. : '
r : E ,.. .. .'

Dolejs Farm SoldF. 30 ROOMS ClreMes advertiser of .....a. .. .,*kiJh_ .. ,, .
try p..p.. "". Haa made over .....-...<,.."" .',.."' ...... '. -
;' ; ' Good revenue means more home C. Hollngsworth, local Strout n.OOO sale of Homea_Farms_
CABINS ANDKITCHENETTES Arrrnnrr.. Rarer from all over the
Realty Agent recently sold the-
World. Free open llstla*.
. .
games May Dolsjs farm at Theressa to E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY

Stanley P. Holmes of Chicago.

j More games at home means more Mr. Holmes is here at the present Gas. Heat Gas Cooking Represented Locally Ily fire$1011MOTOR
tt { managing his property. LightsCompletely F. C. nOLLINGSWORTlI1l

r'i' } I money kept al home . IT So. Walnut St.

; *- New Taxi Service Furnished

The above applies also to good Broward Akridge began operatIng Hook A Room Ahead SPENCER West designed.. Madison SUPPORTS Mr. St.Bertha Individually Pearce, SOS
laundry and dry cleaning . By a cab in Starke this week For Wife Or Parents
titi' FOR SALE-G-burn. New Perfec-
during the hours between 7 m.
r5; l ,p patronizing a home establishment p. s-sssssssss sss s-jMsssnsswH 1 s.M.iisB.sswe s>ssssJ lion oil stove with built-in oven. TUNE-UP
: and 7 a. m. He has received a A 'bariraln.-J., Walnwrlffht

k" Mfr, you keep your money at permit to operate two cabs with- LARRY'S,PLACE L"ox 886. 4 lip
in the city lImits' aDd to
I plans
: 1000 Feet From B Gate
put the other one on next week.

Mr. Akridge has ben a residentof ..KINGSLEY.. LAKE FOR SALE:
Starko for 5 1.2 years and has

been employed at the Jacksonville FOR RENT-3 two-room furnished FURNISHED

shipyard most of that time apartments, electric lights $20
per month each. 4 miles out on HOUSES
Halford road. Clayton Crawford. ;
I-V MBMOHI1MIn 9-J1 Stp :T-r
+ PifONE 'STARKE Leo Frank memory! Starling of our:, who darling!nave son his FOR RENT-39!! acre farm. 24 In IteU.-ooms, Kitchen. Math, a +1
it and LAUNDRY lit* on Sep 80 1944 In Holland. ; cultivation Rent as lone as person Large Living-Dining Room
; 2$ FLA. lOon of Mr. and Mrs Joe E.: Starling wishes at $IOO per year. 8 Sleeping PorchELECTBIOITY
,, or Siarke, Fla. miles from Lawtey adjoining;
There's a new bAie-eyed' angel In Woodlawn Baptist Church.
Heaven; 9-21 Itp
L1 t Its that dear little boy of mine.
: Clod must have needed a new star 80 Acre 90.Pecan Trees
When he took that darling; of FOR SALE OR RRNT-Fully'equipped -
mine. restaurant livingquarters In Here's What We Des
All the days were. so bright and rear. 288 South Walnut. Up Stands Owner Around

) Until so happy AI I:2TMI: : ITS Id give all this world and Its per busheL Tom Howell Rte. Than halt Check and adjust carburetor. $fJ.jU)
treasureIf 1. Box 72. Gainesville, Fla., Ala-
I could just see him today. rnuit. County 9-2H 2tp Investigate Slake Offer
His. sweet smile wa. a. bright as Check distributor and. timing.
the sunshine. FOR RENT House furnished .
HI. eves. were as Mile. as the sky Hunts v>ply 1 miles out on Ral- Contact Mrs R. Gantzell

roc: CENT: Leo I wonder was *o why happy he when had to He die I left OS, ford road. Arthur Dale. Up At Trailer Next to Halle's Clean and adjust park plug, Installgaskets. De'K

_ : He was always cheerful-minded STRAYED Black mule, about 900 Cabins Highway IS .
And always ready to give; lb... shaggy mane, I last seen
So .he Brave his .life so faithful headed toward Lawtey. Please Box:: 62. Starke, Fla. i .&r1.
Inspect air filter clean If "ece
That all of his. loved on. might notify S. Forsyth, Rte. 2, Box . P and
; t \ SEE US .f live. 71-B. Starke. lip ,....... ,. "" I .. .5
There's a new Blue-eye angel and 1
In Heaven FOR 8ALF.-one antique love-seat. APARTMENT FOR REST-Mlddl. generator, starter and /oltag

:\ -IF YOU NEED And In memory he'll always be Shanty"Mrs. L.. A. Rennolds, "Our aged, Christian people, no chil current regulator.
neartThe up dren. :3 miles ,
out East Call St.

1y)';' AN APARTMENT '. r.eavoiiAnd anicela. surround him 1 In Clark's Brookslde Farm. H-2S 2t Teat battery and check cable aonnectlons.

'..1 h. tells how he loves' us FOR S\LE-Ice. box (25 pound
down here. capacity). Excellent condition.
Now each night .as I kneel by my Mrs.' T. E. Lewis Cabin No. 1. 'Test coil and condenser. r

t, I. bedside I Am Now Clute's Trailer Park. it ...
I'll pray for 'strength to BO on. Operating My
:,{.5'S And I know that It'. best not to FOR SALE:-One mare, will work:
. worry, Feed Mill On Wednesdayand anywhere, and 2 tons of hay. k Check fan belt for lOO1f1Deu'rd adjust if
f Though from this
WE HAVE THEM world he has Edward Norman, Graham Fla. '
1 ,) 4 gone.But Saturday Each ttp necessary.
r10 we know that Ood Is with

'" From $15 Per Month Up f;..him cau.e he left us word Week. FOR t trailer 84LR factory' -Fully built.equipped$300 house cash.

That when he departed this sin Inquire at Three Friends Bar-
i ful old world ber Shop. c. Q. Lanier. itp
He would be there with hln Lord.
W. T. CLUTE There's. a new blue-eyed angel EARL COOK FOB SALE-Maple bed room suit
REALTOR in Heaven. with Inner spring mattress, 2
And I know he I. happy up Stnrke, Fla. Wing chilrs and various other; odds and ends $150 for
every J. MOTORS
1' 80 1II pray that 'some day we thingMrs.. J.. H. Nourrlcer, P. ROBERTS
shall meet him Grand St.. Starke. .
119 FOR SALE lip
1 CALL STREET -S-room house
STARKE When w. reach. that city so fair. : acres:
Contributed[ by family and friends. highway 2*. 1H miles North FOR 8ALF.-on. frailer, fair
Keystone condition DODGE PLYMOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. Jo* bl. Starling and Bee Walrath Heights.* fl. SO "..h. good tires, ready to roll. &
family.) Walrath. K..y"toae Price 2150.
W. T. Clute. Real
Heights, it tor, Itt East Call SU it 600 TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE, FL.\



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