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: October 12, 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: VID04936
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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nof Life Taxed Away by Government; Men BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

South Seas Mre Muddy Than Romantic

3rSUt write their name. The only thing Official County Publication Established In 187'1

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We Crowd.don't the" Japs Mr.want wish Greene it they And can had probablyeven have never it First Pecan Auction Set For Nov. 6; .Answer. To AppealThe Fast Game Expected \When/ Tornadoes

had It. I,Crop Short, But Top Prices,ExpectedThe school recent student"appeal calls by for"a some high Meet St. Augustine Here Tonight '

To the average GI, hU stay In ,nerlout! thinking. In'my opinion ,
this part of the world represent what
pnoptonwd .
- first auction young 'Bogged down 11a field
pecan sale will muddy ,
the Tele- that part of hU life taxed:< a- after upending a day In
: Recently be held at the Starke Farmer's I both Cross City and BUS
!Sift.' Anderwon a way by the Government; a lonely Market. Nov. Associational Meet class rooms Is not another Geo. C. Johns, OwnerOf played
to Tuesday, 8. Other
a entitled" "The I unhappy gap In his allotted building but a place for fun dogged football at Bradford Park ,
arilde\ Beckons" I n span spent far away from all sales will be held each Tuesday Of New River WMU outdoor If our City I'ark New Furniture last Friday night but neither

I pacific wh> was obvl- he knows, wants, and loves. thereafter aa long as there are Held In Starke could be fixed up with tennis. Store Died Monday team could gain a firm enough
B. author enough pecans for a sale ,
Lin extremely rosecolC Today I watched the ambulance courts, hhufflo board and other footing to supply the usual quotaof
The sales will be under
intimated that some haul away a guy I knew who of the Florida the direction The annual meeting of the New rallY Nport-s, It would be a fine George C. Johis, 35, died, suddenly ) thrills for the cash customers.

to like cracked all at once from the men- Marketing River Association Woman'i Missionary place for our future cltlzenn. Monday In the Alachua Milton Norman. ace Tornado fullback ,
0'1 might world so much tal strain he labored under ever Board with County Agent L. T. Union was held at the A building, or even a room, County Hospital aa: the result ofa managed to plow throughthe
;of, the since the he left Dyer, assisting.The 'Inlon but heart attack. His death camn mud and the Cross City line
L want to stay day home. It's Starke y would" !""lol' thene vast particular hell for the married pecan crop Is short In this day, Oct. 2, with 52 members and outdoor sports, provided of 0.1a considerable shock to this twice to score, giving the Tornadoes ,

help d \ article below men with. the many problems that Section of the state this year. Mr. five visitors present course that the neighborhood community as he had just openeda a 13-0 win over the Dixie '

pdrrb Th acrid refind they left behind, and the countless Dyer said, but he thinks there will Guests were greeted at the door It good do not require thin. Our new furniture store In Starke County 'invaders.

odt'J'8I.n'ltatllt'r. Imagine that he i problems that have continuedto be enough for one or two sales.It by Mrs. C. D. Tinley, Mrs.. Sweet, City Park In just waiting fordl''lopDlt"nt and was apparently enjoying good. Tn one of the game's few exciting '

lor we out of every 100nmv arise since the day they shipped Is expected that there will be Mrs. C. R. Harper and Mrs. W. as our childrenare health. moments, Cross City held 1 1

99 serving over- I. out. several large buyers on hand and L. Andrews.Mrs. watting for a clean place Mr. Jo'1nnall born at New the Tornadoes on the one-foot f ,

are For a ;'headquarters comman that the growers will receive the H. L. Hough of Starke, to play. River and attended school In line and then attempted to kick '

do" like me, it's bearable. I always !- top market prices. president of the Association, pre _A mother. Starke and Lake Butler, and later out. The kick was blocked by ''

I "Southwest did have 'queer ideas, any The annual pecan auction In sided over the meeting. This be- the University of Florida. Ha Jerome Johns, but Cross City recovered

Interesting art Ide from I way and get a kick out of mosey- Starke, only one of Its kind heldin ing the season for the offeringsto was a graduate of a business college -I and kicked to BHS. The j: '

lUockonn": magazine Is some- ing around from place to place, Florida attracts growers from State missions, the Church In Washington D. C., and Tornadoes muddled down the field 'I' II '

lay It the authorfor seeing new faces and places, and Bradford and all surrounding audit o r 1 u m and dining rooms Council Mapping served nearly two years In the and scored when Norman carried .

-jsloadlnjf mlnut* that any talking to the rank and file and counties, an is a highlight of the were tastefully decorated with Army, receiving a medical dis the ball across In a line buck. The .

a home" over hearing them beef Must be year's activity at the State Farm- Florida shrubbery and flowers, charge lie was a member of the extra point was no good, leaving ,

feffl' ne\tr"find happen a that I, something wrong with mel! But ers' Market. Mexican charm strings Indian Post-War PlansA Baptist Church, the American the score at the half 60. '

It'll GI who has existed some fellows Just aren't equippedto dolls etc., the principal Baptist Legion, and the Masonic Order. The second soore for BUS came .

tfnw than a year wUlIt'd take it, and the Army can't UDC Elects OfficersFor mission work In the State of Florida special meeting of the City Surviving are his parents, Mr. In the third quarter when Cross
nue the South Seas send them home until AFTER being among the Latin element Council was held Tuesday night and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Olty kicked to the Tornadoes and \

tend I to purposes.jnend they break down. New Year and Seminole Indians. for the purpose of discussing the Butler and two uncles, Floyd the Bradford boys tediously worked j 1 4

-v author Marc T. One guy told me thin after U.j j The meeting was opened at city's post-war program with Green and the former congress the ball down to the 25 yard

Is, (and he's noon, "If I ever get" out of this The W. T. Weeks Chapter, 10:30( with the hymn "Lead On, 0 engineer J. M. Edwards.!: The man, Lex Green. of Starke. line. Norman carried It through "
1 hoever west of Brooklyn blankety blank place, I'm goingto D. C., met Wednesday afternoon, King Eternal", the W.M.U. hymn Council instructed Mr. l Udwartla Funeral services were held WedIn for<< a touchdown and Godwin kicked
been Oct. 3, at the home of Mrs. O. L. .
bt'autlful'word plc- write my congressman! to > for the year 1945 followed with to prepare the program in project the Lake Butler Baptist Church the extra point '

I,ntt a New 'Guinea vote no every time the ;Army Boai-ley, with Mrs. Beasley and prayer led by Rev. Norris pastorof form and submit it at the nesday afternoon at 2.30: o'clock The Tornadoes literally "ate 'em '

|1 Intel'lor 300,000 squarearea affklJ for any kind of appropriation. Mr3. Ethel M. Biggs as cohost- the Lnwtey Baptist Church. next regular mee ting i of the with Interment following In New up" on defense and Cross City
tell over Choice red and radiance -
with a mountain ." A very Illogical statement esses. pink Rev. Lewis D. Halnes, pastor of Council on Tuesday, Nov, 8. The River Cemetery. The Rev. Ray made but one first down duringthe
roses, tastefully arranged In Introduction will\ be announced following ! Y. Walden and the Rev L. A
J ranging from I agree/ ", but remarks like the Starke Church gave an program entire game
tablelnml bowls charm to the living
added this
to the "For meeting. Shepherd officiated. Masonic and I
that let off steam and tend toease program
feet In altitude etc., Kettcrllnui Tonight ,
8000 seat
the /
.. in- the pent-up poison" that room where guests were Such A Time Aa This"; this was It was decided that ,due to the Legion rltea wero carried out.
1 A beautiful picture, ed. Tonight's clash with Ketteillnus
e.t"I'y soldier accumulates within followed by the devotional change of time future meetings
I the
t as misleading as High of St should
his mind Presiding over the meeting was. "Christ's Sufficiency For AllTime" of the Council will start at 7 provide -
at a result of the State Supervisor
{old who misled the mer- one of the season's flashiesttampN.
tho president, Miss Madge W. Davies .
given by Mrs. C. m.Smith
unnatural llfo he leads. p.
Homer's . On
rifles of day. Its current achoduloKetterllnus
and the exercises were Visits School HereD.
dleton of Pine Grove Church.
So take a tip from one who
to men.
n forgets scored a 47-0 win
with the re
Ji minor details as mos- knows and never NEVER ask a opened In concert. Mrs.prayer Annie* After the recognition of visitors To Offer R. Allen of Lccsburg, FieldSupervlfIQl' over Green Cove Springs and

land New Guinea is one guy who's been over here why peated Godwin read the treasurer'sreport and pastors and appointment of Line with the State Department dropped one 19-7 to New Smyrna,

Jiadlng, malaria areas inlid he didn't remain and help open Lou and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown committees by the President, the Frigidaire of Education was in the powerful East Coast con ten

; earth that in rainy up the New Guinea frontier. If reported the financial standing of following Interesting and inspiring In New Showroom Starke on Oct. 2 conferring withA. der. The boys from St. Augustine

imhlch Is most of the he didn't floor you at once witha ter. Miss Olive Ray, program was presented R. McRae, county superintendent .. will bring a veteran team to .

| twice as gooey as the well-aimed right to the Jaw, the the chap Registrar repotted that Address "Now Is the Time" B. H. Smith, ,local Frigidaire of public Instruction, and Bradford park tonight and Coach !, '

wlslana mud; no roadsads very least he would do would be Chapter the following new members had By Miss Josephine Jones, Executive appliance dealer, announced'upon Mrs. T, H. Osborno, county supervisor N. Carson Geiger predicts only i j' ,

; no companionship to call the keepers of the booby. been received this year: Mrs Earl Secretary of Florida Wom his return from a sales confer of schools. that "anything can happen", is' I
want, disease-laden na- hatch. an's Missionary Union. ence In Jacksonville that electric During the afternoon a meetIng I '
II. Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Holli- Probably Tornado lineup will '
l low tile scale of Author Marc T. Greene ranges and refrigerators are n wIn of principals was ,held .liv:thi
on avo- please
day, Mrs. Joe Scanlan and Mrs. pfferatory-Vocal Sol Trust be; ,.Thornton LE,' ,Weldon, (LT; : I
| team..more thap, how' to I note! Jeanette ,Kinc ld; which i places in' Him"-John ,,Po"'. el'. accom- airs mass plants.production. at the Frigid courthouse for tho iftirpoan."<;. of UcdtsortI4.( Johnj,:..OoMihuor4UeKiM ':; ( I

this chapter on the' honor. roll for panled by Mrs. L. A? Canova. rtlscusslnff the BifpertfMJj ]ftnfgram. e,RO; Godwin, UT; Bd- 1// '
Recent WPB rulings have rescinded This was the first In a t
raham Back Rotarians Hear this division. Address-"Thou Art Coma-For restrictions of wards. RE; Turner, QB; Harley, II :
and all series of meetings
any nULl Norman ,,
I of Such A Time As This" Miss ; lCroH'. LHB. ,
W. G. Halle chairman
Mra. ,
Red Cross Speaker on the sale of electric ranges tf\>>> teachers which! will be held .
anager the nominating committee, presented Irene Chambers Home Missionary advancement I

the public and the Frigidaire to dlscuHS .
Discuss First AidA and from Southern Baptist Home Mis- Christian Church
the following names,
varez StoreBill range will bo on display here In In Bradford County.On .
sion Board.
fire "short short" they were duly elected us officers the near future. Refrigerators Oct. 3, D. E. Williams, State '
( ) Graham resumed rapid ior the coming year: President, Hymn-"Rescue the Perishing". have also Just been released by Supervisor of Negro Schools, visit Corner Call & Christian Sts.. 'j
In accident and
course prevention Rev. W. G. Smodley, residence -
ent of the J. M. Alvarez first aid was given to membersof Miss Madge Middleton; Mrs. E. K. Closing prayer and benediction. the WPB. ed the colored schools here. pastor;
1st vice president; Mrs. -Blanchard Law. Williams Keystone Heights.. Servicesas
j store here this w% e k the Rotary Club Wednesday by Perryman In order to better serve the Both Mr. Allen and Mr. follows: '
Morning and
Ethel M. Biggs 2nd vice president Following the lunch and fellowship will visit schools In the Worship
lying his Navy discharge Harry A. Kenning, Red Cross public In Starke and surroundingtrade Communion 11 a. People's
f ; Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin, hour In the dining room from time to time duringthe m.; Young -
field executive who is area, Mr. Smith is now ad county
He had served three currently Mrs. Marcus F. Brown, of the Church, the afternoon session Society of Christian Kndeuvor ; -
j the Navy: most of this conducting a two-weeks' coursein treasurer Mrs L. A. Davis, his- continued as follows: ding a :50-foot sales and show year. 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship
these subjects at the high room to his garage building at 7 m.: Prayer Meeting each
W.M.U. Hymn for the Year1946j"We've p.
I the Lighter- 'Than Air school here.Starting torian; Miss Olive Ray, registrar Temple Ave., and Tenth St., In Methodist Church Wednesday 7 m. I
( A Story to Tell to p.
W. Roberts, recorderof I
(ranch. Mrs. Geo.
During this time his demonstration with which he will soon display the
the Nations". At the morning service Oct.
for on
crosses; Mrs. J. M. Brownlee The nation-wide "Crusade
liutioned at Key West the amazing: statement that 93- led latest Frigidaire products.
Period of Directed Prayer Christ" of the Methodist Church 14 the pastor will speak on the
"k, Ga., Charleston, S. C., 000 people were killed! in accidentsIn chaplain.A by Mrs. Lewis D. llamas accom- 'Mr. Smith states that the rapid i I.. now entering its second 'phase. ; subject of "Know the Truth". The
City and Lakehurst, N. the United States In 1944, Mr. beautiful certificate of membership reconversion and the availability *
panied at the organ by reached the goal for evening subject will be "Sleepers". I'' t
l mons, Md. Kenning went on to show Rotarians was presented to Mrs. Canova. of facilities at the F r I gldalre Having launch- An evangelistic meeting will '.'

d I Mr:Graham and their a few simple first aid Earl H. Johnson, but as the other .Memorial Service honoring W. plants In Dayton Indicate that funds, the church for Is now one million :start on Oct. 21, with the Rev.

n i will occupy a house measures that might easily be new members were not present M.U. members who have passed housewives will soon be able to souls.Ing a campaign Evangelism Is the key 'Clyde Lee File, one of the famous
St. (next to the N. D. life in the their certificates will be presented purchase these fine products. 'I
the means saving a away during the year Mrs. note. Family altars are being Fife I brothers evangelistic team,

hi home> ) as soon as It future. The speaker further later. Hough Rev. Lewis D. Haines, established and tithers are being being the preacher Mr. Fife is i' )

redecorated. stated that more than nine mil A dime defense donation was Mrs. Ethel Bigga and John Two Comedy Films' enlisted. a Very forceful speaker and J 1

lion Americans are Injured in accidents taken, but It is hoped that It will Powell, with Mrs. Canova at the Starke Is to be congratulated on ,

[\\. Brownlee each year; 340,000 per- soon amount to enough to buy a organ. Booked At Florida At the morning service Sundaythe I i securing him for this meeting.
the Rev. W. J. Church- j
will be offered pastor
manently.Mr. $100 bond. Prizes "A Lost Day", a skit Mrs.
eel From Playing at the Florida Theatre well will speak on the subject
best .
for the
tHe to BHS students and Mrs. M. I. Canon
Kenning stressed great Fred May
Baptist j
Sunday and Monday will be "Doing Leads to Knowing", The :
V 1 Corps value o f proper instruction I In essay on Southern Literature. of the Antioch Church.
"Christmas I n Connecticut", a choir, under the direction of Mrs.
. \ swimming and stated that it For the historical program, During the business session the comedy-romance. sparkling with A. Z. Adkina, leader, and Mrs. Continuing the1 series of messages ,

\ Brownlee was dlstrom would be a fine thing if this community Mrs R. A. Green read an article Secretary, Mrs. T. B. Harding of gay humor. Starring Barbara EJ K. Ferryman, organist, will on October Oddities of the

- the Army Dental could have a swimming about the 100th birthday of Pvt. Starke, read the annual report of Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan and special music. Old Testament, the subject of the

_t Week after five years pool, even though It is located so James Thomas Gleaves, who lives the Association which showed In Sydney Greenstreet, the film tells present pastor's sermon at the First Baptist -
services now beginat
Part of which time was near to Kingsley Lake. There ,. near Hermitage. Ten n Mrs. part as follows: the joyous story of one sailor's All evening and Youth Fellowship Church for thin Sunday mornIng I

Alaska The last few are hundreds of children who do Ferryman who has recently returned Contributions to Florida Baptist furlough week-end and the lovely 7:30: o'clock will be "The Bush That Burn-
hit service and I. visit In Richmond, Children's Home at Arcadia meets at 8:45: Sunday even- ed Not."
were spent at not have access to the lake from a girl Santa gave him for Christ

ding.j consequently grow 'up without t Va., gave an Interesting accountof 96.45: ; Baptist Cooperative Programs mas. Ing.The under the direction At 7:30: the Evangelistic Hourof
j present time Dr.: Brown- knowing how to take care of Confederate shrines she visited. $1,476.69; offerings during Song and Choruses will be enJoyed :
tal "Christmas in Connecticut" con of W. B. Sewell Is now laying
offices here are being themselves in the water. He The hostesses served a tempting I mission weeks of prayer 311.28; by all, with the sermon by
with the amazing extensive
led Ice and he will resume pointed out the desirability of a congealed salad course with fruit locally to Churches $8,337.23; local cerns career \itself of one Elizabeth Lane plans connection for an with the programin Crusade the pastor "Jehovah Tsldkenu." I about the first pool as a post-war project.Mr. punch. charity $179.79; this does not (played by Barbara Stanwyck), for Christ Sunday Schools meets at 9:45: ,

Kenning added Interest to Include any of the W.M.U. special who, though single and a memberof Prayer meeting each Wednes- to study The Home Fostering I

his talk with 'demonstraticjjs.: Recent Births funds, nor does it Include any of the night-life set poses as an day evening at 7:30: lasts for half Christian Ideals. There are departments -
To Be the the offerings from the YoungPeople' .and classes for all ages. I''1 I
Scene pointing out the six points on outstanding authority on married an hour. The servicemen's party
body where pressure will stop the SHIRLEY RACIfEJL WILLIAMS Organizations.Mrs. life and country living. will be held each Wednesday Immediately At 6:15 Training Unions will discuss 'U I
eception For How of blood In case of accident.He Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman of Fred May of the Antioch following prayer meet- Our Part la Christ's Redemption :t
of Chairman of thai Nominating Playing Tuesday Wednesdayand ,
the birth a Church Plan. :
Generalsr5nsorahlP also pointed out the Importance Starke announce All service men and their
her Thursday will be "Out of this Ing.
.? of a prone position, warmth daughter, Carolyn Anne, on Sept. Committee was, presented and World" starring Eddie Bracken, wives are cordially invited. service Is held Wed : I

!! ', the Op. and stimulant In cases of shock.It 28. report which officers adopted elect Veronica Lake and Diana" Lynn. The Sunday evening service will nesday at 7:30.: The Sweetest ; 4
the of the USO was announced that attend- SHIRLEY RACHEAL WILLIAMSMr. the following and Installed The picture pokes goodnaturedfun be an old-fashioned sing under the Hour of the Week, A cordial I f II IIMld.week I
Community of Vandl Williams ed for the coming year Ritch. welcome awaits all who want to' ,
S I h Starke ance last week was 100 percentthe and :Mrs. Impressive service at the crooners who cash la leadership of Sanford E.
In an
a reception Thursday first to be held. since the new announce the birth of a daughter, Miss Josephine Jones: on the swooning bobbysoxers.In Mrs. Ritch will be at the piano worship. !
5. 18, honoring fiscal year started In July. Shirley Rachel on Sept. 28. Mrs. H. L. Hough the film, Eddie a Western and Mrs. Ferryman at the organ.
trank President, ;
er of L. Culin Jr.. new Present at the' meeting were JIARYNNJ1 IXM1BS Vice-President. Mrs. Nublt Kite; Union messenger boy, Is discovered Buys Herlong House "j jMr. I

Tc; Brig the, Camp Blan- I I W. H. Hart and W. H. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs of of Secretary & Treasurer, Mrs. T. B. by Diana and her band who Merit System Exams J
Gen. Robt. s. two pre-war'membe... who have Raiford announce the birth a Publicity Chairman, Mrs. 'are badly in need of a vocalist. and Mrs. Roswell Noegel '

eonUI1and1l1g COlTJl'1ement'! officer of' the been discharged from the service daughter, Mary Anne, on Sept. Harding Van H.;Carden; Young People's I At a charity function, Veronica Examinations for the petitions have purchased through W. T.

nry P. ; and 'Bri* and are back in business on Call 2&! Director, Mrs. H. D. Dowling; stages a dramatic swoon which of Director of Finance and Accounts Clute, Realtor the M. U. Herlong

e r of Perrine assistant Street. NORMAN BABY Community Mission Chairman, puts Eddie on the map and lands and Personnel Supervisor cottage formerly occupied by Dr. '

11 IViU the IRTC. Mr. and Mrs. Ersley Norman of, Mrs. C. C. Black; Stewardship him a New York assignment. with the State Board of HealthIn If. H. Adams. They have mod, '
be received starting announce the birth of a Diana are being announced in and Mrs. Noegel states 0t
O'clock Highland Chairman, Mm. J. P. 'Wy rick; However, In her excitement, Jacksonville '
fed and dancing Wilt Plans KindergartenMrs. daughter on Sept. 30. Fund, Mrs. H M. Lov- sells more than one hundred per by the Merit System Office they are very happy to be back ;
9:30: until 12. BIRD: COLSON"Mr. Margaret In Starke and In a home of their
announcedthis JAMES cent of his contract and that'swhere In Gainesville.
Public .Smith School Mrs. F. J.
Eldrldge ett Training
!!kome Invited to Join in week that she will open a and 'Mrs. Lemuel Colson Thomas; Mission Study Chairman the trouble begins. Minimum requirements for Di own. Mr. Noegel Is employed at
to the new announce the birth of a son ; Finance and Accounts the post office.Church .
Jr., of
camp build rector
lIden.OF kindergarten in the armory Mrs. R. A. Thomas; White Cross
ing on Monday Oct. 22. It will In Dodge City Kan., on been September named- Chairman, Mrs. H. B. Arwood; New River ChristianThe U graduation from college with '
The baby and five
24. course
accounting yearsof
Smith's Homecoming
Tfl5'ish be known as Martha Children's Home Chairman, Mrs.
Kindergarten and will be held James RIed. M. L. Cason. Rev. D. A. Greek, superintendent experience. Personnel super '
\ BAiUIUtA ELAINE JACKSONCpl. visor calls for college graduation Homecoming day will be held atLong'
School at
to thank the each week day Including Saturday Mrs. L. A. Canova, Church of the Bible
anct many and Mrs. T E. Jackson and five years experience. Branch Bapt 1 1st Church
Mrs. the Church In Jackson-
for Berea
relative who from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. organist, was accompanist Baptist I
gave announce the birth of a daughteron Closing date for applications Is Sunday! Oct. 14. Dinner will be
will not at the Long
dUring hours Smith stated that she 4ay and rendered beautiful pro- villa, will preach
our has
Vetnent and Monday Oct. 1. The baby to the Christian Church on Sun October 21 and Inte'sted persons served on the grounds at noon. ,
in the loss take than 20 pupils of music prior Bridge I
of more grams
our Elaine. Cpl.
4 named Barbara should write to Florida State Is Invited to 'r
aniS taUter, Starltn Fado will .range from 4 to :5 I 1-2. been morning and afternoon sessions. day, Oct. 14. at 11 a. m. The Everyone* cordially
ages Jackson have an apart- Health
-AStcned f&nuIy.: Elizabeth Me- Mothers may register children on 'ment and Mrs. L. H. Jennings'. The offering amounted to $1.' i public Is invited. Board of Gainesville attend. "

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. . e . . . ., State on business Lt. James Lig all friends hope will be an early Arkansas where ,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH f I. GrahamBy gett of Orlando was the guest of event. their home since they Mr" W\J!\ I/
Dobson of Starke Thom
State Farm Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree on Mrs. Sidney discharge from the AirW

FMtabUllh cI 1877 Mrs. Edward Norman several occasions during the past who formerly lived here spent Mr.: and Mrs l
By Mm. Bryan WWtfield last week with several of her
E. L. Matthews* ______________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . . . e . . . e . week. Farm friends.Mr. and their guest, Mr.Hvier ,
Pvt. Richard Woo dward Allee
PVT. LEE STARLING and Mrs. A. C. Davis and went to MCIntosh
Camp Howze, near Gainesville, !
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTSgt : children, Joyce and Clifton, and visit Mr. and SUhdav
Published and Entered Matter Mr .u
Weekly on Friday M Second Class and Morris Barton Texas, arrived Wednesday to Cecil
have received word from the war Mrs. Mr. and,Mrs. .1, B. Strickland and From there Mrs. 1ocRj!
at the Tout Orflo at Stark Florida. with his
announce the birth of their sec- spend his furlough par Alice
their Pvt. 'Iou!
department that son, son, Johnnie of Graham were returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood- home
Lee Starling, 'who has been missing ond son William Wilson, October ents. guests of relatives In Baker County ette, La., and Mr %l 'Jet"'
their relatives
ward. They visited and
3. Sgt. is now in France
In action since August 25: last week-end. Bouvier 'J
and during hla absence Mrs. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale, in went to
It Seems That. JackSOn
be considered' dead. The ,
muat Monday
to v
of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. attend
ton and their children are with Palatka last week-end. Visitors the funel1l
awarded to him for vice
Purple Heart the weekendwere for Mr. SL
Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin. Mrs. Mrs. George Moody and children Young during past John before
Instead of facing the future with fear and trepidation wounds received In action Is be- Carl Flllyaw of Starke and turning home
& Godwin before of
ing mailed to his parents. An- Barton was Cora Ma Miles and Carol Jean,
Starke business men seem to be entering the post-war era other son, Pvt. Clarence Starling her marriage. Lake Butler were visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fillyaw of

in complete confidence that the community will hold its has returned to his station after and Mrs. J. R. Kite this week. Lake Butler. w- G. BRAGG
own and continue to in time well as war. BIRTHDAY PAKTYIn Mrs. Claude John a of Belle !
progress peace spending a 30 day furlough with honor of the birthday of Following nearly two years'service '
of realizes that the boom" is Bowler Glade came Sunday to enter the Accredited Teacher
Everyone, course "big hlaj>>arentstCHURCH Miss Janet Anderson of Starke, in China S-Sgt. Roy
over, but the great strides experienced here in the past five Misses Doris Moncrlef, June Caldwell of Mayo is now in the States Farm Hospital that aa her a conditionwill patient. Violin & ViolaProspective

years cannot be entirely lost and business men look for- SKIU'ICKSRev. and Ann Wilt gave a partyat and came Monday to the Farm to Friends hope
T. Maxvllle
M. Knight of be much improved soon.
ward to a pleasant and profitable era of gradual and sub- held regular morning and even- the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. visit Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land. Lt. and Mrs. Dick Jones of l'uplis Contact
Mrs. Enice Brad s h a w and
stantial T..1.
growth.A Ing services at the Baptist Church H. Moncrlef Saturday night. Carol, Columbus, Ga., came during the 1lLl'I: (t
daughters, Sarah Ann and
quick look around town will convince even the Sunday. Rev. W. C. Burton will Stately goldenrod was used in of Atlantic Beach have been with past week-end for their little 400 South Walnut st

most casual observer that expansion rather than retrench- hold services at the Christian used decorating for the rooms The that Junior were Air. and Mrs. R. H Cox since daughters, Linda and Lee, who or W. G.

ment seems to be the order of the day in Starke. Work is Church next Sunday. B a p tist hostesses served dancing.sandwiches with Saturday while Mr. Bradshaw, had been with their grandparents IM.: Main Bragg

in progress on four or five new buildings, while others are Church worship services are held iced drinks and, in addition to with their son, Enlce, Jr., is visit- Mi1 and Mrs. Shelly Rosier. Strtpt
each 1st and 3rd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Thompsonleft Jackson.,ill\*. Florida
enlarging their plants and adding to their facilities. Still the honoree, those enjoying their ing his family in San Antonio, I
Christian services 2nd and 4th
on last Monday for Columbus,
more enterprises are "in the making" and will be startedas hospitality were Misses Joan Carpenter Texas for two weeks.

soon as building materials are available. Sundays.A special meeting was held last Joann Dinkins, M a age During the past week Mr. and I I

Even the various departments of our county government night (Thursday) for the purpose Brownlee, Peggy Ann Wiggins, Mrs. J. M. Bradley received a .
letter from their son, Corp. Jack
have the of the times and it is of for the Grace Crews, Dorothy Lappe and "
caught spirit announced calling a pastor com- 'rL
who had been
Martha Riddell and Paul Can- Bradley, a Jap d A--r
that a modern jail will be constructed ing year to the Baptist Church.
as soon as ma- .
terials are available. Trustees of Special Tax School District Plans are progressing tor the ova, Vernon Crosby, Lyle Ander- letter POW for was nearly written four aboard years. shipen The ..: '(/ -...,.- -. "
son, Henry Ma n a s s a, Delbert
No. 3 are proposing an increased millage to provide Church.building of Several the loads new of Baptist con Crews, Jimmie Brown Godwin, route from Japan to Manila.He 'Y011 CAN GIVE YOURSELF A DELUXE

funds for an adequate and much-needed auditorium for crete blocks were hauled this Billy Miles, Lewis Haines, Edward I said that he was In excellent ,

".' .' B.H.S.Half week. Shull, Kenneth Gilder and Jimmie health and that his one urgent
: 'j't the battle is won when the citizens of a community McRae. need Is that homecoming which

.1; have faith in it and are willing to go ahead with Mrs. Lizzie nines has returnedto
the green light. This gratifying show of confidence should the home of her son-in-law and JOHNNY EUGENE SURRENCY The Sign of Radiant Health eo&UwcwePERMANEN
Mr. and Mrs. ,Woodrow Sur-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Perry
ii attract outsiders to Starke for "nothing succeeds like suc-
rency announce the birth of a son ..c"e
after time'
cess" and with the expected trend of industry to the South, Starling spending some
with her son, Bill Mines,In Long- on Sunday, October 7. The baby
cV' thousands of potential new residents will be looking for has been named Johnny Eugene.

homes in towns with future. From the look of thingsnow wood.Mrs.
a F. M. Griffin spent last Mrs. Surrenoy la In the State
Starke has a future, and if business men here continue week-end with her son-in-law and Farm Hospital.Mr .
to go forward, as they are now doing, we believe that this daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. and
Mrs. R. B. Frazee and
future will be realized. Beard in Gainesville.
They enjoyed
three children of Jacksonville and
a flyingtrip! to Cedar Mrs. Edward Fingold and son. il
Keys. Mr. and Mrs. Beard spent Roger, of Key West were guestsof J- 2

O Folks who shy off from a bit of instruction just because Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell l

they fear the process of learning will be dull often Griffin. Thursday afternoon. t

V ; miss a lot-both in knowledge and entertainment. For Pfc. Lonnie Hines has received Misses Luella and Melvene FLORIDA LIVER TONIC

fr instance, take the Red Cross course in accident prevention Ma discharge fromthearmyafterserving Davis returned Sunday from PUBIStTH
tour of az'1K
F;, and first aid now being given at BUS each afternoon at 3 a duty overseas. Clyde,' N. C., where they had FLORIDA LIVER TONIC la deslg-wd to
Mrs. Hines Is the former Miss
J, o'clock visited friends since Wednesday. aid natur r..tor* that vt u. ..eling, COMPLETE WITH
I' by Harry A. Kenning. Mr. Kenning knows Marguerite McKinney and they noyd] only when your liver act, normally
j r subject in and out and manages to get his message over and have a son, Richard. Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. btliousnesi. W.arin and"..that, headaches mlnerabk caused run-down by AND EVERYTHING YOU td

; still clock a good laugh every ten minutes or so. Those Shopping I n Starke Mondaywere J. A. Bouvier and her guest, Mrs. usually relieved within: an
: +' who took his course last wouldn'trniss the fun for Alice Bouvier, spent' Tuesday of "o"nyarili.. uie of f this I gantle acting
year Mrs. Austin Fowler, Mrs. tiroulator. Keep it on your medicine; iMff
, i I anything and are back for another round this time. There's William Bushloper, Mis. F. M. last week in Jacksonville. ior the bonefit of the whole family." Get CRE
While in this section of .the your bottle now-any Drug Store.
j never a dull moment, they say. Doesn't it make you want Griffin and John .s rrency.

'i to drop around and seer Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Hines { COL

1 and family and Mr and Mrs. Le- Now you can give WA

Roy Hines, all o f Jacksonville EFFICIENT yourself a genuine

M '. f) Dr. J. C. Miller, newly appointed director of the spent Sunday of last week with r frame cold wave at home with new TONI.

'! ,'" Clay-Bradford County Health Unit, is inspiring confidence Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling.Mr. of conduct and dealing with better What a difference this crime wave solution

f. :';. in the continued usefulness of this important factor and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and thoughtfulness and economy in all our makes!New luster. .. new easy-to-manage i

If. in the life of thekcommunity, and also squelches rumors sons, Charley and Bobby were serving-these mark the reputable softness . a genuine beauty-salon type

''I ,. to the effect that some of the equipment has been transfer visiting In Waldo Sunday afternoons a quality of this well known firm. permanent that combs out into deep-set

I i' red from the health center here. The Health Unit has ) _i. longer-lasting waves and curls. Takes fist ;i
3 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas ') 2 to 3 kauri at home. . as "
t, b ton an-important factor in maintaining a high standard t, J i comfortable easy
and baby were in Starke business
on -
'Il 1 ;' 'of health in Bradford County and the area surrounding one day last week. putting your bait up in curlers! Insist on: ar

I '. Camp Blanding during very trying times of congestion Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wasdln ,DEWITT C. JONES TONI CREME COLD WAVE Kit,, containingidenticalingredientsusedbybeauty- i

. ,., and poor housing conditions. The fact that there has and*E. T. Young, Sr., attended a AMBULANCE SERVICE
salons for cold waves costing much: asS
y' been no widespread epidemic during the five years the Church Assocla 11 Dna I meetingnear
' has been here is tribute to the Health Unit the Funeral Director 15.00 and more. Try it. Guaranteed
\. camp a untiring Cairo, Ga., over the week-
If, labor of local physicians and the generally healthful end. STARKE PHONE 7 satisfy or your money tack. ;

" ( climate and conditions in this part of Florida. Beryl Casey, S 2-c of the Daytona Our local funeral home enables us to M.thcril Gift your Jaagbltr TONI COLD

. \ Beach Naval Air Station offer conveniences and services not VTA VE. You'll tt tbrilltJ*itd promt oj ttt rudi,
\, spent the week-end with his par- fs,

.l' E'r,: I Q Chaplain: Leslie A. Shepherd, newly elected chairman ents, Mr and Mrs. T. L. Casey otherwise available.We .

,".I of| the New River Boy Scout District, is making intensified and friends here. furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and KOCH DRUG STORE
! efforts to increased interest in Pfc. and Mrs. Lonnie Hines and accept ANY life insurance
" 1?: arouse Scouting in the three policy in force, issued by ANY company
" f counties comprising this district; Bradford. Union and son, Richard, and Mrs. Lizzie as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultation

,': s' Baker. There is a great need in each of these counties fort Hines sonville visited last week.relatives in Jack- carries no obligation. PHONE 53

I adult leadership. The boys cannot have successful troops S
Bkr. 3-c Carlton Davis of
" t without men to show them how and what to do. Any
Miami Is
. spending this week with
man who can make the necessary sacrifice of time will find his family and parents, Mr. and
. ; great enjoyment and benefit in working with the Scout Mra. N. J. Davis.Wednesday .

, program. There are probably lots of men in these three night guests of Mr."

fi": counties who could and would help with Scout work if and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and family Time for

'. :k they knew that they were wanted and needed. If you are were Mrs. L. C. Smith and a get-together..Have a Coke

. such a man, please get in touch with Mr. Shepherd at the Mr. and Mra. H. D. Rogers and

State Prison Farm with any member of the Rotary Club daughter Carolyn of Waldo Sgt.L. .

, of Starke. Your assistance might be the means of convert C. Smith of Lake Charles, La., ,

ing some boy from a liability to an asset in the community. and Alta Smith, S 2-c of Savannah
: t Ga.Berry. .

Dyal and R. S. Wasdln .

,'' 0 Recently[ when the matter of a truant officer for have sold the timber on their / W e
J Bradford County twas being discussed with the School started places cutting pulpwood it Tuesday.and crews i ff

: t" Board a man in overalls entered the room and stood listen / -
; Friends will be glad to know
ing, just inside the door. After
a while he spoke up."That's that William Bushloper arrived at
a fine thing you're talking about" he said. "I've the Camp Blanding s e p aration .

"'. a boy and a girl, both about grown, and I can't do a center Sunday for hla dischargeafter .

thing with them. I'm so discouraged that I'm about to serving in the European -'
:. tell the officers to go ahead and send the boy Marianna' Theatre of Operat Ions for 28

I and the girl to Ocala. They won't go to school and I months. Mrs. Bushloper is the

;. can't watch them all day long to see that they stay out oT former Irene Davis and they havea r

trouble" No more effective: argument could have been daughter, Judy. t

advanced than the simple statement of this laboring man Mr. and Mra. John Surrency .

whose story could probably be: duplicated in half a hun- expect their son, H. C. Surrencyof
dred homes throughout Bradford County. the Marines to be home in the
near future.
;, '. m Mr. and Mr.. Clyde Hunter and

children of Mounted. Fla., were
One mother commented thusly on the recent open visiting Mrs. Hunter's brother Ji

.' letter written by a high school student and voicing an appeal and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. '! / 1 r

: ; for a recreation center for young people during after W. P. Bennett this week. While // i 1

." school hours "This matter should be and could be solved here they enjoyed a dance at the -
"j by parents-but in quite :a different way than the high home of the Bennett's.Mr. -

,I''I school student intended. When I was going to school my and Mrs. Willis Broughtonwere ) 1. 1 4 \ _

mother saw that I was safe from boredom during after visiting Mr and Mra. Joe / , I iL
, school hours, and I don't mean that she provided a place Call Saturday and'Mrs. Brough- iwuf1 rr l
: s for me" to jitterbug and sip coke all afternoon either. When' ton's parents in Gainesville Sun tautt. sa fir/. 111

I; school was out I knew that I was expected to report home day. _'

l' and I did. There were many little chores around the house Mr. and Mrs. Edward Normanand or the
. making
Mrs. Gordon Jones a
"! ; that I was taught to do after school, and my brother always and daughter party success LIt's
Carolyn were Sunday
found his afternoon hours well with
occupied bringing
J in wood, raking leaves, mowing grass, etc. I do not man's dinner mother guests, Mra. Maggie of Mr. Norman Nor easy to plan a date at home when you have frosty bottles of Coca'Cola in the

j f t 1 mean that my parents were Simon Legrees. Very often of Rising. family /
! ": when there was little to be done, we were allowed to enjoy Hubert Norman went back to Have Coke says the hostess, and the affair is off to a flying start. %
" :
.. some special entertainment that had been planned, but work at Quigley & Davis lumber To
old this
Y the important point. I think was that we did report home yard In Starke Monday after nearly young or friendly invitation opens the way to better acquaintance adds '

after school to see whether we were needed: or not. In a week of illness.
L these days of shortages of all types of help from maids to Mr. 'and Mrs. Gordon Jones zest and.enjoyment to entertaining. From Alabama to Oregon, Coca-Cola stands for

+': yard men, I can hardly see hoar mothers can run the household I Mrs. Ethel RUSH, Miss Jeanette the
1 Norman, and Mrs. Edward Norman pause that refreshes pleasant to make folks feet
and keep up the premises without the help of their way at_ home.
were visiting the son of Mr. Coke .eocaCoIJII
children after school I can see no the
reason why
young and Mrs. Victor Jones, who was IOTTUO "Coc..col.uel its.bbnvteu0.,.
should attitude of UNOif AUTHOdrr or TNI COCA.COLA trd
people adopt an "Come on Entertainme. operated on Thursday in the COMPANY tv " tbs regi.e'd!
when there is so much necessary and character-build Gainesville Hospital for append STARKE COCA-COLA ,?_,_.wiucb 1.
ing work that could be done in those afternoon hours. clte_. BOTTLING CO. _. Coc..colaCOIllpa

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to Starke and has attended from son and baby daughter Dorothy' . . . . . . '
School JorunalEditorial the fifth to the 12th. She hopesto of West
m. Virginia are spending! a
graduate this year. few days with Mrs Minnie Gib- Clay Hill ,

Evelyn immensely enjoys foot- son. Meadows has a dischargefrom
ball games, bowling dancing and the Navy. By Lura Uurp" '

Senior Biogs ball blonde and boys.conceited She dislikes base Rev. Truby Parrish of SantaFe . . . . . . r ) .;ji ..,

II people. I filled his regular appointmentat Another Sabbath evening-and : '
I ticking of the clock OLLIE IIEAIITICK: BARNES Her ambition Is to be a private the New River Baptist Church I am reminded of an old poem: .J'i .,

e endlesS fleetingly, on. Thath Ollle Beatrice Barnes, daughterof secretary and always enjoy llfe. Sunday morning and evening. He "The time has come," the walrus I
1111' goes Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Barnes I I'm sure Evelyn's ambition will was a dinner guest of Mr. and said, '1 1
h ,lost is never regained. was born October 23 1928, in bo achieved with great success. Mrs. Kua el Green c ; I
life that have passed Dothan, Ala.She's I "To talk of many thing! .1 I Iri
!irS ot Chester Moody of Lake Butler "Of shoes and ships and sealing ; I
be lived again. Thus lifetime a hazel eyed brownette Fifth Grade News was visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. H. wax
lot -
: In hand. five feet tall and weighs 102 :
hand Moody Sunday. "
go "And cabbages and kings. "
pounds.Sho Mr<, Hogarth Teacher I
yoU satisfied with the way We have Bran(ley and Clifford Parrishof Now while night unfolds the ;, ,
r. many different subjects -
In your precl- attended Rising school Santa Fe were Sunday dinner curtain of darkness, the Insects of ,
I accelerating comes only through the. eighth grade and began such as science, history, art, guests of Ervin Andrews. autumn chlrup and hum-I shall "
'tie* contentment artithmetlc, and also others. We
here In the ninth. Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle let thoughts ramble with .
Andrews my
life based on have art other .
pending a happy Her likes are Basketball swim- every afternoon.We and children of Lake Buller were have had a pleasant week-end. i ;'I

Jj standards. Drinking and ming, sewing, cooking and bowl- books.are making Our teacher covers for all our visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns:I shopping tour and church at be- ):
wants us to
king will not bring you this.'s Her. dislikes are football and draw pictures on our book covers Sunday afternoon |loved Long Branch. Next Sundayis d } i I

of alcohol and S 1-c and Mrs. Kenneth Turner Homecoming with dinner 'I
., indulging ambition is to Silvia Alvarez, Reporter, ; q
teach spread the tables Good
on long
to be the major In- and son Buddie Washington, Make Your Old Car Last "
ICCO seems schoolL school. She has not decided on . . . . . . D. C., Mr. and Mrs Arthur WIl- sermons, singing and happy to Longer ;
Ms habits of the high which college she will attend. ber and son, Jimmy of Cortez, see old friends. The cemetery is Letting Us Give You .Certified : ; ,
evil can be created We the Senior wish
)! Only/ you New RiverBy Colo., and Mrs. R. J. Turner spent lovely now.
Ccb harmful traits. Not onlyr the best of luck. Washing Polishing J Waxing i !
last week at Orange Springs.Mr. A card from Earl Moseley, one
life, but also the life f, The School of former school He : !
fellow student la endangered.Li JONYE EVELYN COLSON . . . . . . and Mrs. Tom Edwardsand was my drafted and placed the Standard Oil Products .A.'I{ $ r i i
Mr and Mrs. Z, W. Hamilton -
others On ,
along with many February 11, 1929 the Col- Marines. He is very happy at \
/ future If time does not son family welcomed a new ar MRS. BELLE: JOHNS IIIRTIIDAY of Brooker attended church Parris Island S. C. It seems only QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICE i
New River
there will rival. At the Mrs. Belle Johns at Baptist
Lee the tide of life time they were residing celebrated her yesterday that I was teachinghim

f i; struggle for existence bertn In Dunellon, Fla. The new 79th birthday anniversary Sunday Church Sunday.E. Math and letter writing, always \ : ;
cleanliness and filth. Which arrival was named Jonye Evelyn. with her annual dinner. A. Sapp and W. B. Lazenby preparing him for this time. CARDEN'S SERVICE f .

L will you take t Don't be an She has dark brown hair and I Tables were fixed in the yard made a business trip to Lake City I am truly proud of him. I .
American heel. Change your eyes 5' 5" tall and has a medium I under the oak trees and a bounti- Thursday afternoon.Mr. VAN H. CAUDKN Mgr. AHKI<4, ; j I'

:emptible characteristics to3D complexion. ful dinner was enjoyed by-every I and Mrs. Curtis Dukes have health.Mrs. Strickland Her sons remains were refused In poor Cor. Temple Ave. & cuu St. I i. !

i wholesome ones. Be pre- Evelyn began school ip Brook- one present. been attending the revival meet furloughs. They are njl.
'ed, as the swiftness of time er. She attended through the I After dinner Mrs. Johns, assisted ing of the Christian Church In overseas emergency I

t on. fourth grade there. She moved by Miss Angelina Thomas of Brooker during the past week. , ,'
Mrs. Strickland's Min-
daughter ,
Floral City opened the gifts. She Mrs. Dukes was baptized Thurs- :.. ';, 'I
received many nice and useful day afternoon nie Lee saw a big bob cat down S I :
near the timber bridge. Must be
remembrancer. Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby and the wild cat I encountered ; i
Your Clothes Attending this occasion were Joe and John of Wescon- i
sons Mrs. Lucille Strickland and R 1 :
Mr. I i l
and Mrs.
Seeber Johns and
nett spent the week end at their D. Whitehead were married last i
Deserve rf
daughters Mary Lee and TheresaLee home here.. I
week and have moved out In the
0 6Q and Mrs Junior Johns of ,,
Good Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and white house at the end of the I
Lake Butler
Mrs. Julia Johns ,; /
children enjoyed a fish supper road where the sign says "Clay '
Mrs. Carl Nettles and son, Elbert
TreatmentThe with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wardof Hill School.! Lucille's husbandwas X
Pvt. and Mrs. Vernell Moo dy JA
Starke Friday night and at- killed In Italy almost two 'N' )
Mrs. N G. Moody Mrs. Truby
tended the football game. years ago. We wish them much I .' ,
Hodges and son, Deloran, Mr. and SHRIMP
War Is Over
But Joy God bless them. t
Mr. and Mrs M F. Wigginswere
Mrs. Wesley Johns of Starke ).
The Clothing ShortageWill Mrs. M. L. Johns and children visiting Dr. and Mrs. Roy Pecans are falling fast and t ,) I I I
there sterns! to be a fair crop. } \
and children of Jack-
Continue For Louise and Freddie and Mrs. C.
Cane grinding will soon be here.
P. Cowan, :Mr. and Sirs. Denzil sonville Sunday.
Many Months, Thomas and daughter Angeline of Mr. and Mrs., Ira Merrltt and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter and
family have moved to a farm
Floral City Mr. rind Mrs. Romle daughter Geraldine were visitingIn
Our Enlarged and Modernized Plant near Lawtey. I shall miss their
Lake City Saturday.M.
Johns and Mrs. Lola Hall of ll\J
Makes It Possible For Us to Give You Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns made a business little girls, with the yellow-golden j ,I
curls Christie Bell Anna Ree and \
and (
Smith Johns and sons Wilford and trip to Jacksonville Friday

Even Better Service Now Than We George: was visiting his son, M. L., Jr Charles
Here Is a thought that Is good;
wish in the Hope Haven Hospital Jack-
We all Mrs. Johns many
Have Rendered 'I "Life Is worth the living and IH'
In The Past. We Con- more happy bit thdays.Mr. sonville Sunday, \
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nettles of death Is worth dying for. = \

sider It A Privilege And A PleasureTo : and Mrs. Danzil Thomas Midway spent Saturday with Mrs. Mr. Austin and Clifton Caiterwent = ': : t

and daughter Angeline of Floral Carl Nettles and son, Elbert. on the morning bus to Jack ; = RECIPE c.t.rr ...4. = i
Extend The Advantages Of This City spent Saturday night with Mrs. Cherry and children of sonville Saturday. There Is a :lAX 'Baar, vlnagar,. ViI.." It. \

New Service To You.PHONE Mrs. Truby Hodges and son De- Weaconnett were dinner guests of sonville new bus schedule going to Jack- '11'0wUl n,...d.'"shrimp, black ..n4 wild also'P.P naal w.* largo ,eovaradcolandax and a =. I : I r

loran. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby Sun- makes getting there dry muatard not .,,*11. '11'0wU' than tbo m Il.r bo avObottom .. = I t
135 M. F. Wiggins and Thomas easier, but it Is well nigh impossible - .hrnuqa 0 (lightly,, tmalla.". tuU of holt* way of. == j : i 1
Keice attended the live stock day.S to get home. bolls, a <1A< p l q o.r. t atbh : ,
1-c and Mrs. Kenneth Turnerof al.h. :p1ao. ;, i ibo
eolana.r.I av. : ;;;
market in Gainesville Monday afternoon Washington, D. C., recently In Autumn I always think of b to*oolandax on a/ia rotation ovo* aac 3'Yrwith: II
ROBT. 315 spent a ten day furlough with chilly evenings, fresh pork new l.W. pat oar ".. \h.' In .oolandat, aprlnkla" uaad all = I j
r you .".Imp barb 1
Mrs. A. P. Hall of Chattanooga, their parents Mr and Mrs. R. J. syrup, sweet potatoes, apple sauce low ao. Haoa tow of until"' you low iamb :3 lb.. 1
GREEN; Temple Tenn., Is spending some time with Turner and family,\ Mrs. Turner and gingerbread. The gingerbreadwhen ahrlmp.ttanonknca. bra Gon"n a bottla of JAY II bottu bollar at on* dg... =_ I 1 1f
eaten warm is satisfy alvrtmp. O ea r.fnlly into b... to boll : = I f
her' Mrs Kelly very U
Owner Ave. mother. Maggie remained for a longer visit. the and poui . and d0 smn I| l.
) ar liutt -=
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson. Mr and Mrs. R. R. Andrews at- ing. Here Is my recipe: > ahtlmv b... bottle wlttt .I" Ua. a m abrlmpotlo .ai. > -. t't'I
Till low tha oolud.rola. Th Irva J '
tended Sardis church at WorthIngton 1-2 cup Spry or lard, 1.2 cup liquid U Itaat an b flavor
Thl at
Mr. and Mrs. Meadows Ander- Springs Friday night. sugar, 1 cup syrup 2 teaspoons kap bolla* .,oi -A wbaa don broad and, to bout ad ftttn ..lea& and- =- .1'.1'I

Attending the live stock marketIn ginger 1-2 teaspoon cinnamonand toiautUul ernatr fr.non .. a I
Gainesville Friday Mr. a plch of salt. 1 beaten egg a wltn s.ttnl :lAS a..w. .wt\\ ii I ',
were pUnty and Mrs. Curtis Dukes G. W. An- 1 cup milk or water 1 teaspoon ra...wrw.o S: ; :a;
soda, 1 teaspoon baking powder aaoetW II "on."" .66. i. \ ,
drews, R. R. Andrews and son \ tUctP '.
Ervin and C. E. Andrews and son 2 1-2 cups flour to make a stiff "... .tltu ; ,ta. .aaEt.:aNti.oa J I

Gene. batter Bake In a bread pan and ...::tla''i wtjt b.4ti T afnt 00. I

cut In squares. ,.. ,0 .&.00 :I.S "
Pvt Junior Gibson left Satur- itO''" .
day nfght for Ft. Ord Calif. A letter received from a pen Vac : I
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilber pal In England, saying they are ....\6'"

so very happy the war Is over.
of Colo.
and son Jimmy Cortez ,
are visiting their parents Mr, They lived so much of the time GOLDEN

and Mrs R J. Turner and fame during air raids in the bomb cellar AND A
In their back yard.
ily. OF
Curtis Dukes and Chester An- My school Is fine, I have prizesfor I. BOTTLE

drews made a business trip to the children tomorrow-draw-
Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. big material, pencils, crayons and I

and Mrs. Frank Menitt new library books to read.! I
Harold Shiver The honor roll for Miss Eunice's
and Mrs, were
room this last month was Hester I
visiting in Lake City Thursday
; U afternoon. Starling Hazel Outeen. Floyd

Carl Nettles and sister Miss Mosley Easter Mosley Shirley

Lubedia Sweat of Midway spent Carter Christie Bell Carter, Mar- !
garette Padgett and Margarette it
Saturday In Jacksonville.Our .
,/ Wilkinson. /',
X community was saddened
::1. '" -, -/' Monday by the death of George A cheery "good nlte", be happy b- 1i i

Johns of Lake Butler who died until next week. Beer
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We -Lura.LAWTEY L.
In the Gainesville Hospital. .'

extend our deepest sympathy.One . . e . . . 1 ,. I a aI
of the colored boys, Ellis /
l : Jones:, Std 2-c came home from I c2I_ ,. \

the Navy Monday after serving '
three years. 29 months of that \
By Mrs. Mamie Crews '
time was in the Pacific on a sub- : j \
marine. He was In Admiral Hal- . . . . . . I

"THIS IS THE gag. ." sey'a mighty 3rd fleet and he and H. C. Kelly was a business In the annals of good =- j I ,

one other colored "boy were the visitor to Starke Wednesday.T. eating will seldom ;
you ( ;
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only colored men aboard the U. S. Crews has moved to his '

S. S. Gar on which he served. new home located Just out of find a supper more dis = i'L' ;

America standson He was with the fleet when it town on the old highway.We .
The day we long have sought is here. Victorious arms, tinctive than this E
went Into Tokyo bay for the final are sorry to report that = 'i'

the threshold of a future bright with promise and hope.In surrender.Brooker. Mrs. Leila Mae Hyght Is ill and 'featuring these two great ; I
of the South have been we hope she will be better soon. j ;
the struggle just ended, the mighty resources '. . . . . . Adell 'favorites. (
Hoyt and Starling are out regional . '
job us, we
of vital important to the nation.Now,with an unpleasant of school because of illness.

can all turn from the destruction of war and devote our full efforts to the Mrs. Nancy Starling was visitIng SHRIMP 'N JAX, accompanied by 11 'J'; j

While the economic progress which we Atkinson Mrs. C. R. Crews Friday. frosty bottles of' the golden brew itself! .
building of a greater Southland By Joyce, Ernest wells is also on the sick -_ i j ,

have achieved in recent yam is more than heartening, the future beckons . . . ''. . . list this week. r, ,)i J

with which will overshadow anything we Misses Joyce Fish and Geneva H. C. Crews and Dempsey Dea Serve JAX whenever a brilliantly refreshing 1 I f I

opportunities for developments Harris of Sanderson were week- ley enjoyed a fishing trip to Crosby -
have known hi the past. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lake Wednesday. ;:.. : beverage is required. Its fine, t J f f

in the territory Atkinson and daughters. Mrs Perry Davis Mrs. R. L. flavor has been brewed
In harmony and cooperation with our friends and neighbors Miss Louise Bloss\ was visitingher Bradley and Mrs. Myrtle VanZantwere = zesty especially i ::1 j I''

we are privileged to serve, Seaboard Air Line Railway will continue to father Frank floss In Hampton In the State Farm Thursday.H. to satisfy the tastes of our beloved -'-.. I ) i

work for the advancement of our common cause. .Thursday H. Henderson and Friday.H. of Jasper. was trip .to C.Keystone Kelly made Heights a business Friday --= Southeast. For 'full-bodied richness and ; [;' +

visiting friends here Saturday. afternoon. = satisfying' enjoyment, always say JAX! I /r; ,1
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dukes and Donald Wllkerson of Jacksonville _

fls family were visiting relatives here spent the week-end with his It's. premium brew, though you don't "
the weekend.We parents. Mr. and Mrs W. L. Wll I''

over are sorry to report that kerson. p.y" .premium price 'for its mellow .:

Mrs. L. A. Mott and little Bobby Mrs. Louie Belle Moore of -- goodness. .- I
Plant City is visiting her mother
Jones and Mary Jo Green are ill -
ala in the Alachua County Hospital. Mrs. G. W Brown
BUY Mils Lavelle Parrish of Miami Mrs. Rachel Browning and H. zl

AIR LINE RAILWAY --- VICTORY was visiting her parents. Mr. and C. Crews carried produce to Jack say r tar 1:1:
BONDS Mrs. J. R. Parrish last week. sonville three days the past week. f
Mrs. Norman Rogers Mrs. R. Truby Rowe has reported back Pisel

A. Gay and Floyd Parrish were to camp after spending a leave rill>' ;

shopping In Gainesville Saturday. with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 mmmt I r y, i1(

The Seaboard congratulate Florida Bryan Conely and Glen Moore Percy Rowe. On his return he i

upon 100 yean of Statehood and Progress.AdeliwC:4lt.r1c. were Wednesday dinner guests of will go to California and from t ) .:

Mr, and Mrs. G. A Gay. there to duty overseas. :\ Y

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I SOCIETY and CLUBS I Engaged ing .for the meeting Wednesdaywere :I WSCS Circles Met RinglandByrdSgt. St. Mark's Auxilia

thrown In quite a dIther
Last WeekCircle Ernest E., Ringland of Met Last '
when It was discovered that president Week
Lois had t Woman's Society Camp Blanding and Miss Bettye
Perryman. gone One of the The Woman
Edwarda-Snyder Jr. Woman's Club Tampa, taking the club house of Christian Service met Byrd of Starke were quietly mar- Mal'k'a EpiSCOPal Auxflia f,

Mollie Freeman Snyder and Joe Plans Fall EventsThe keys with her . Fortunately, Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, at the ried at 3 o'clock Sunday after- regular monthly Church.,
they managed to unearth a home of Mrs. T. T. Long, on day meeting
Edwards were quietly married noon, September 30, at the home I afternoon, 1
Sunday, Sept. 16 by the Rev. D. Junior Woman's Club met "spare" . Washington Avenue. The flora of Mr. and Mrs H. L. Hough. Church Service renter Ort 4redress. '"

D. Dlffenwirth at his home in St Wednesday evening of last. weekIn Sun- decorations were lovely red Radiance The Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of ,. Mrs. att4e! Will
Quito a trek to California Roses. First Church of presiding Ct
Baptist i(
Augustine. They were
clubhouse their
the for regular
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Master business day when Edna Hill and baby Mrs. W. B. Sewell, circle chair- Starke, officiated in an impressive Mrs. Edward Bum, ,
monthly meeting. The dotter leave Call Street carrying James aM\
of St. Augustine man, presided over the meeting. ceremony.The Blackshear
president, Mlsa Lucile Mitchell, zqy, along with them Louise Snyder Miss Olive acted as secretary as delegates were '1
J Ray to
Following the ceremony they; i'li' living room was simply rhe
. Edna's tap
drove to Miami by the East Coaat presided and Kins Delia Rosen- and Everett McKinney pro-tern and the treasurer, decorated with roses and potted meeting, dij

route and after spending a week berg acted as secretary In the going. to. .visit Louise her will husband's return people to- Mrs. Titus Olson, also read a fin- plants, the mantel being banked Mr. W .1. l\fathel'1y

there returned up the West Coast. absence of Mrs Vernon Sllcox. Los Angeles and an office job ancial report. Offerings at.this with greenery and coral vine and Uan vl11e. who Is chairman orC or

Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will be Bea. Moseley waa app 01 1 n t e d after the past couple of meeting were as follows: for dues forming an Improvised altar for Education, gave an

at home to their friends\ at the treasurer in place of Airs. Glen spending with her mother here, and $650; local $9.73; and for Chinese the bridal party. ing talk and Outlined( the Int'
years of
Magnolia Hotel here until they Wood, who resigned. Everett is returning to his hospital relief $9.20. The bride was attractive in an study being OUt
can build their home which they; for Hallowe'en s Thanks expressed to Mrs, thro\. hoTS
Plans were made a ship, Dogwood, after spend- were afternoon dress of black crepe sat
are planning to start aa soon as party for the children of the ing a furlough with the home J. B. Cottrell; for a large bouquetof with a corsage of pink rosebudsand o'clock Thursday afternoon, Oct

material is available.Mr. community to be given on Wed- folks . He's in the Medical red roses which were taken to tuberoses was set ? the *
Edwards U the son of Mrs 31. Mrs. L. F. Smith In the name of' packing the second
nesday evening, Oct. been boa
know and has of
Mrs. assisted littleMisses
: Corps, you Hough by to be sent
Edwards of Starke and Mrs. for
The decided to have a Circle One. Mrs. Bertha Pearce Greek
group casualties Repel
helping to transport Leila Noegel and Shi Anne Asocial
Edwards is from Syracuse, N. y, buffet supper at the November -- from the Philippines for the past invited the circle to meet with Smith served refreshments! of hour way enJoYt,

. .. .. .. '" meeting. At that time the tuberculosis Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren ot seven months . Hear Major her the first Monday in Novem- pound cake' and punch. the hostess, Mrs. Grover

". -. . .. Christmas seals will be Lawtey announce the enegagementand Harold Wall has signed up for ber. serving a delicious sal/ld/
Mr. and Mrs. Ringland expectto tea. a
prepared for mailing, Mills Louise approaching marriage of their another two year "hitch", so looksas Devotional was conducted by make their home in Miami. About sixteenIFIED member

Snyder was appointed Chairman youngest daughter, Gladys Evelynto If he and Martha and son, Bill, Mrs. W J. Churchwell, who spokeon ,present.,
of U.S.O. hostess committee and Harry L. Sasser of Kingsley St. the of "Neighborliness
will continue to make Augus- subject -
Mrs. Robert Turner will keep the Village and formerly of Cross tine their home for a while yet to a world-wide extent". This we

scrap book for the club. City. The wedding will be an . can do by giving money and pray- <:--1. A : S 1

Delicious refreshments were Vent of late October In Jack ers to help other nations Mrs.

served the hostesses, Misses sonville. Mr. Sasser Is .
PI by employed Postmaster Fred Stump saysthey're E. K. Perryman reviewed an ar- --- --------- .nn__
Sara Poythress, Marjorie Grider at Camp Blanding In the Post i
really going around in ticle from the World Outlook, MATTRESSES of all kinds reno- HAVE IT
and Mrs. Robert Turner Motor Pool Office aa Dispatcher circles at his establishment these "The growth of the Church In vated; furniture upholstered and things are Many
I- Members of the Club were asked after having served four years Nail'shusband reflnlxhed. Drop us a card. the houMe these biank\nr\ UD
. Seems that Edna Africa. days
days .
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., :Box would la.'
to the to be with the Armed Forces replace It
serve at reception overseas
finally arrived home, so Mrs. Long, assisted by Mrs. 230, Palatka Fla. tf them. Till" 1M vou ueu
given at the USO In the near He received his Discharge in maybe I 'I11PO' lb''
she has been off . Floyd Richard Thede, served to the 17 can fix' II
future for ,the Commanding Generals July of '45.WSCS FOR SALE--One trailer, good con- Frank at Telegraph Off*,'
Green and dotter Carolyn were delicious frozen
I guests present, a dition. Inquire Coca-Cola Plant.
Slarktfa of. Camp BlandIng.9Hallowe'en out because of a death in the fruit salad course with Iced tea. Itp

To MeetThe : family . One of Alice Ander- LIST YOUR FARM, Cin
The FOR HALE-40 acres, about 25 In
'' finest PartyThe son's relatives was back from Circle Two cultivation/ 'pretty rood house, BUSINESS PROPERTY
Woman's Society of Christian overseas so she was away on a Mrs.' A, 'Wood and Mrs. A. W. one mile from Farmers'. Market,
Junior Wbman's Club will Service of the Methodist committee . Seems half mile from hard road. A ( .:.. T ijan
restaurant welcoming Anderson entertained Circle Two bargain. Will Hell all or will cut
B sponsor a Hallowe'en Party on Church will meet Monday after- that Roswell Noegel was havingto In the Church School rooms, In 10-acre tractn.-E.: W. Hayes. lELukaT

Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Wom noon, October 15, at 3 o'clock, in work at the stamp window and where bowls of blue ageratum and 10-12 2tp STROUT

and bar an's Club building All children the church. Business and program had donned an apron for the job bright-hued zinnias were used for FOR SALE-5-room house; .4 acreson try Oeeateet sdreelher. of
,- and adults are InvIted.r meeting. highway 28, 1H miles northof sea too
.j . Soooo . Even the p. o. decoration.The aalee or Ilnmes..F
Keystone Height, ".660 cash. Aereaae.. Derr, .,
Is not Immune to labor troubles!! See. Walrath teem an n
circle chairman, Mrs. A. F. & Walrath. Keystone World. Free corn "etlnc,
. Add Good News Merrill Mc Heights. 10-12 2tp
. Sauls, presided over the business E. A.STROUT REALTY
' A Millan writes his mother, Alma ..
SIZZLINGSTEAK session; Kiss Amy Coburn trans- -- '
's Hough, that he expects to arrive acted her duties as secretary, and Represented Locally B!

I home in December . At present Mrs. A. W. Andersonas, treasurer. 30 ROOMS F. C. 1IOLLINGS\YOR'
In 116 So. Walnut
he's with the engineers
At this meeting an offering of

LOBSTER --- Germany, supervising a concrete 6.50 was given for Chinese re- CABINS ANDKITCHENETTES
[ 'f. block factory, but recently enjoyed tef. This circle to SPENCER SUPPORTS Indlv,
Well, here I am . Glad to sonvllle Wednesday to celebratehis a week in Paris . arranged ILL designed, Mm. Bertha Pear
.. SHRIMP M have flowers In the church Went Madison
placed St. 1
r be back after a week's layoff, and freedom . Carol Jennings Platter start on a shopping tour,
during the month of October. It Gas Heat Gas Cooking
f. hope you're glad too . Several I. receiving 18 gorgeous roses on her girls, and get all set for that reception was announced that Miss FOR SALE-6 room home "
.$ CHICKEN birthday, wired by her doting Amy Lights nlture. Including Frlgidalrr
I were kind enough to say at the USO next Thursday Coburn and Miss Kate Struth top Florence oil range, I"l )
\ f' they missed the column last week daddy who's still a flight surgeon . Three Generals being would plate bedroom Hull! with
entertain the circle in the
4 and wondered whether I was sick, in New Guinea . Judy entertained all at one time is Completely felt springmattreBHfs inattreHH. and on
School rooms, the first Inquire at
on strike, what . 'twas McRae having his discharge placed Church .
'I'I or But something for the annals of Call in St. W K. Alr
Monday November.Mrs.
Book A Ahead
B none of these , Just a simple on record In the courthouse Street, Indeed . If you've never Wood conducted the devotional Room WANTED--Good home for i

I S For matter of not being room enoughIn . Abbie an' Bill Baggett get- seen stars before, you will next service, using as her subject For Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S dogr. Will give away SePllcher .

the paper for everything, and ting ready to leave for ShreveportBill's Thursday! . So long . See "The pursuit of wealth to the ,lagre. Office at Mngilt
\ Connois8eurs In a case like that It seems that old home and their you there .
. legal advertisements have priority future home . Incidentally, -carolyn. exclusion of higher things". Mrs. PLACE LOST- E-ottom section of
'V. G. Halle most interesting fountain
gave a pen on North Ch.
. : .. Never could understand why, Abbie was honoree at a farewell review of the suffering In the 1000 Feet From B Gate Call 50 or 74, M.., Re
for_ I'm quite sure folks had party when Gertrude Beasley entertained Greene, Jr.
" 0 Parties Enjoyed 'hllipplnes. The terrible destruction KINGSLEY LAKEFOR
" rather read column than a the Tuesday Night _
., 01 my FOR RENT-Two, three four
. ; legal ad, but who am I to argue Bridge Club In her honor . At. Avery Inn brought about by the war, apartment, 3 mile out E.

with the! law? Surely did We'll all miss Abbie, and none not only In Manila but throughout SAL./5-4-room concrete blockhouse St. Clark'ij*. l3roukaldeApartment 10
Good Food the 'province, haa caused furnished Including electric -
untold -
to more than Ethel with Wednesday of last'week
hate see that column thrownin Biggs, a sur- refrigerator. For further Information -
I re, whom she lived for the price> birthday hardship and suffering W. C. Conner, West WANTED TO BUT Ford
the trash basket however, past eight party was given nee '39 to '41, D. B. Thomas, UInquire
and after I'd labored over it until the years . at t the Avery Inn in honor of Sgt. throughout the islands. Mrs. Halle End Grocery. Owner R. S. Doyvnn. Standard Servii
Iso read a portion of a letter 10-5 2tp tlon., Phone i.
[ Blan- Lawtey
0 wee small hours of the night (or Margaret Pauley of camp

Drink rather morning) .'. Oh well . Wisecrack of the week was ding.The written by her son Woodfin G. WANTED-Singer Dewing n
Tls water over the dam now, and chalked up by Fanny Torres whilea party was planned by Halle, who Is stationed In Manila, must be In good condition
r NOTICE L. II. Starling, Rte. t, B
telling of the distressing conditions -
of ladies friends of her barracks .
probably won't happen again anytime group Baptist were and a delightful Starke. 10STRATED

/ soon ., I hope . decorating the chu r c h for an dinner of chicken with all In that once beautiful' city. I Am Now Operating My -Black mule, we'd''
I associational rally . Seems an 'the trimmings and a beautifully Assisting on the program' were bout, 900 Ibe, Strayed I

Call Strf'etAnes! : John and "Old Spain" motif was being carried I'decorated cake were served to the Mrs. W, F. Godwin and Miss Amy Feed Mill On Wednesdayand and ago small Has bump bushy on tail right and I
t Ruth Sugar leaving for the old out and when someone asked following guests, Cpl. Mary Schilling reward If shut up and
tf homestead in California after Mrs. Torres If she had anything Sgt. Helen Buras T-Sgt. Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Anderson, Saturday Each A,. S. Fomythe, Rte 3,5 a<

quite[ a spell In Starke and Blan- Spanish they could borrow for Billy Roughbargh, Cpl. Pat Mc- assisted b y Miss Kate Struth week '

ding . J. M. Alvarez back in decorating she slyly remarked Farland, Cpl. Esther Jurkowltz, served refreshing* fruit punch, FOR I'IALE-Fryt' and broil.

the store for a few hours Monday that all she had along that line Sgt. Margaret Farrell, Sgt. Mar- sandwiches and cookies to the 12 old H. Whipple Kahr pliu-e, acrom 1-4 mile ntwi S

I afternoon after fooling all the was her husband, and she definitely garet Lingenfelter Cpl. Mary guests. EARL COOK Starke on Road 13

doctors and recovering from his wasn't lending him! . Haas, Sgt. Cora E. Hatfield Pfc. rod iinl

Dining! OutTonight recent illness . He's still In the Looks familiar to see Billee Ross Kay Lamb, Sgt. Viola McGlinn Kingsley Lake WMS Starke, Fla. Left onebankhof Starke mnmll and
hospital, but expects a discharge back In the Wonder Gift Shop and the guest of honor, Sgt. Circle Has HclgfhtK. known as Mid

? soon . A. E. Wall off to Jack- . Seems she's running it for Pauley, MeetingThe FOR In SALK good -1941 Chevrolet truck. last Sunday Bfternoon,
her condition with large party who picked up am;
mother Beanie Davis, who has Kingsley Lake Circle of Stake body. c. B. E-ennett, Lawtoy contact R. ,
Have dinner here In a pleasant lilt. 11. '1'. D111L.AUT resumed ownership after thinkingshe Members of the 183rd AGF the Baptist Church held its Fla. 2tp BuildIntr Jacknomllle.II.r"!
regular -
had sold it but the dealdidn't Band of
atmosphere where you know Camp Blanding and their meeting with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez -
the food will be deliciously CHIROPRACTOR Jell Hear Bobby Jackson wives enjoyed a chicken dinner Tuesday afternoon., -
414, West Dish Street N.
has been promoted to Staff
cooked and attractively erved. Sunday evening at Avery Inn. A very Interesting program was
Gainesville Fla."Chiropractic .
Sergeant and U still on a Southwest Warrant Officer Carl A. Black-
ICemovesi The Pacific Island . presented with the following persons -
more Is the
commanding officer of
Cause of Illnettn"WHAT taking part: Mrs. Evelyn Sullivan -
the band. Special guests were presented the devotional
Add Honors for OUI Street: Miss Merkin Prevatt, Lt. Marjorie Now' POINTS
from Corinthians; "For the love ?
David Sage, son of Louis
j Sageof Terry and WO Henry H. Gruver at Christ constrained me ";
Suslow's, has been chosen man of the 182nd AGF Band. Pvt. '
Alvarez read an article on
aging editor of the Alligator, U Jerome Kastenbaum was In

IS APHARMACIST of Morse F campus, son of weekly Mr. and. Mra.. Richard W. R. dlnnel'charge. of arrangements for the "Christ> J. B.for Lawrence a distraught; Mrs world"by Mamie

Morse Harper gave a talk on the Gosel FOR USED FATS
was named in
with an AP dispatch Guests included, Sgt and Mrs. > -"The Power of God Unto
a Washington date- Don
Plumby and daughter, Donna Salvation"; Mrs. Merlam Sweet
line as one of the men who helped Luan
Sgt. and Mrs.
Walter E.
In gave a story on "A Little'Childhall
development of the Bean, Sgt. and Mrs. Sam Sclurba
Lead Them" Mrs.
"radio ; of Soap
proximity fuse" at the Help Increase Supplies
Sgt. Jack L. Wood, Cpl. and Mrs. Tenley' told some of the experl. \
University of Florida . Gov- Baruch R.. Weiss man and daughter ProductsBy
ernment officials ences In soul winning by Christine and Other Peacetime
this right Carol Beth, Cpl. Earl C. Jolks,
arnett and her
> co-workers In
next to Fats
atomic bomb as Saving More
Henry Schumann, Jr., Cpl. Cuba; and Mrs. Kay Strickland
weapon Wonder If there'sany and Mrs. Kark K.
truth Cooperrider, read a message from Mra. Carrie

I:' .l '"....." ,,; JI'II,' iA."h..r'!. ,'( '*. mors that the to those Dixie persistent,'will ru- son Pfc., ICenneth and Mrs., Pf Max cy and Becker Mrs. Jer-and U.-ittlejohn Training, principal School. of the W.M. Industrial fats far short of last year! We are almost 5uPG4'*s

N : come back to Blandlng? Surely ome Kaatenbaum to the bottom of the barrel.The nation's industrial fat

;. The function of the pharmacist Is distinct hope so 'Twill seem like old Sheehan Pfc. Fred Pfc.A. Lucharro.John J. After the program, Mrs. Alvarez is millions of pounds less than it was in 1944. We need (U'
. e times assisted by her daughter ovi1iaJ1'
'. and set apart from that of the physician. As double, sure D'. enough, to see those Pfc. Irving Teltelbaum; and Pfc. Sylvia, served delicious refresh- as much as last year to help make the soaps..and other
, back on Call Street William goods want and need badly. So..
Meyers.Q9fiLt *
you so
ments to
) :. pharmacists, we are trained and skilled in the . Add Interesting hobbles: Joe her guests

1 art compounding and dispensing medicine.We Edwards collects cacti and returned
from his South Florida If yon want moro soap and soap flakes...

are not qualified to diagnose your ills nor wedding trip with a nice assortment if you're dreaming of nylons, sheets, cotton

1 '4 to prescribe the proper medication. Waste ? Mollie tries not to com- fabrics and want them to hurry back to the
plain, even when he
{ and suffering commonly result from experimenting with In lard cans on the Bamboo them bar out, I store can help by saving
t those used kitchen fats as you never saved
various forms of self-medication. "kw.M*.....<.." threatening to soil the swanky .
! : decor , WEEKLY RATESFOR before I Save every drop, every day I

l Go to your physician first. After a careful examination: -

:J J he will tell you whether or not medicine will help. If he from Friends received cards this week REGULAR GUESTS These fats an tibUy f necessary'to h*

1 t Bill and Clara Proctor, now supplies of soap .
; enjoying their 90 days of speed greater electr1I"
corn-4 liberty other things-like new cars
I In North Carolina
before he reports J Ind
I :i and tires.
washers refrigerators
back for duty-having to
i reenlisted s gd
to need. help
quate every . Clara Is missed a- must have these *-
i prod
i the peacetime
,IF round the Baptist Church during you more quickly

i- t'' ; her absence for she served long $12 for two meals daily you want.
' CAIhFNlf and well aa teacher of the Win-
: Fig S some Class besides
; functioning efficiently -
J f in the_ VMU and substituting days a week So skim and scrape just as you did so

t THE ;Jtssatt DRUG STORK occasionally at the Ham- I faithfully before V-J Day. To prove how

,1 mond organ . The class pre- I . .' h', ......... important it is, your government has increased -
: "On The Minit sented her with a number of the point bonus. So please help!
lovely farewell gifts . Glad to Keep on saving used fats I If you can't finda

i PHONE 64 FLA. see "Uncle- Al-ch back In theclerk's AVERT INN store that accepts used fats, call Home
office after
. .. .. .. .. ... .. a week's tussle Demonstration or County Agent..
L --_- ,._..... .. with the flu . Hear that 313 NORTH WALNUT STREET
m :
'- '- h ,
Woman's Club members arrang "

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OC1OBER 3E, 194 i "

SITS of LOCAL NEWS W. H. Thompson of Monticello Cpl. Merrill Johns is spendinga EdmondsJonesMr. Mrs. A. W. Anderson. Mrs. E. to Miami to attend. War Bond 1! ,.1), ,' I

spent the week-end with his family leave with his sister Mrs Let i iSoutheastern
J Schwab and Miss! Jean Davis Conference of officials from the I
here" at the home! of Mrs. tie Parker .
after serving over two and Mrs. Mercer Byron
were shopping I n Jacksonville States; and Mr. '
and Mrs. W. E. Hall Mrs. May Dickens and Mrs. J. Thomson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. years in India. Jones of Starke announce the Monday.
Rev Teague attended a meeting of the
.?t Lucille and Haven I M. Brownlee spent the weekendat P. F. Stump. Mrs. Thomson and marriage of their daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs George C. White i ,t

xfisses yesterday to attend the Weeks' cottage on Kingsley children are staying with Mr. and },frs. L, A. Davis and Mrs. E. to Lt. Hubert Brown Edmonds, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Teagueof Bankers Regional Group.* T I
left K. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Edmonds Kirkland ,
y Conference In Mrs. Ferryman attended a UDC Tallahassee stopped here recently Sgt. J. T. upending \:
weeks Bibl Lake.Mrs. I Stump while Mr. Thomson meeting several days this week in of Johnson City, Tennessee enroute to Miami and a 45-day furlough with his family if'
'VorUi Texas. T. H. remodels their home near Monti- The ceremony was performed in 1
t Osborne. supervisorof Tampa. while here had 1 lunch at the ;in Starke At the present time I
, e last weekEnding county schools a t tended a cello. the Baptist Church of Ridge. Avery Inn; and had as their he Is stationed! at the Davis j.,) I
Hi a few days In regional supervlsora conference Mrs. Mrs. II. A. Bishop Mrs. William land South Carolina on Friday, guests: Mrs. :J. W White and Mrs.G. Monthan AAF, Tuscon, Ariz., but :( \
after Mr. and R. a. Dodson and Powell, Miss Lillian Waag October 5, with the Rev G. H.
in Gainesville! .
Farm Hospital. Monday and Tues W. AMt>rman. Mr White went expects a discharge In December. ;1
gut small son left this week for a and Buddy Bishop were shopping Mason offlctatlngThe :. i !

f aDd Mrs. E. L. Matthews ; day.Mrs.. Nlram Wynn has returned visit In Mr. Dodson's home in In Jacksonville Saturday. bride wore a Chinese blue _.._-,. _._-- -_. _._ _.,_._._-- ..",. -" "+
week-end In At- North Carolina wool suit with and black
this after gold accessories iirraf
spt'ndlng from a visit with her daughter In spending Mrs. Jack Jones Is still con- "
several Her "I
weeks with was of \
Mrs. Dodson'aparents. corsage
:a. Ga. Kansas and is now the guest of fined to the Hospital In Gaines-
her sister, Mrs. Lester Kite. Hutching, Mr.. and Mrs. T. M. yule\ following a major operation Mrs. Edmonds roses. Is a graduate of fVOD a ,'''j
last week.
Representat I N. D. Wain. Leon High School Tallahassee, t
wright Jr., was in Tallahassee : Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Smedleyand and attended business college

last Thursday and Friday attend. I and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Berg Mrs. Effle Johns visited Mrs. there. For the past two years, ., n t
Ing to official: business.Mrs. were in Jacksonville T h u sday Emma Jones, who is a patient in she has been' employed at Camp t' .
evening of last week. the Alachua County Hospital in Blandlng. the I .1
E. S. Matthews returned : Gainesville Lt. Edmonds attended Tennessee try ,. t If i
Friends will be Tuesday afternoon.
glad to know
last week from State
Orlando where she! that College In John
had been visiting her son-in-law J. M. Alvarez spent a few Visiting' Mrs Emma Jones in son City. He recently returned
hours in :
and'daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. lengthy town in Monday after a the Gainesville Hospital Mondaywere from overseas duty, where he BLUE TAVERN { :i,
McLendon.Mr. stay the State Farm Mrs. B. B. Rowland, Mrs. served with the 80th Division In
Hospital. 1i II\
Effie Johns Mrs. Frank Hemingway the European Theatre of Opera ,.''i "
r and Mrs. J. H. Gill and W. S. Nail returned to the and Mrs. Bill Sanders. fleas 112 EAST TENTH STREET "i { J
Jack, of Iii Iiiq
son. Savannah, Ga., will After
states wedding trip !In the
Sunday and is
spend the week-end here with Mrs. J. H. Miner and Mrs. Flor- mountains of North Carolina and .n
at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. --- -----?au
relatives. ence Lyons of Jacksonville j "
Nail is were Tennessee, Lt. and Mrs. Edmonds a' '
an employe of the local
113 E. Call Street J. M. Brownlee and daughter, postofflce and with Mr. Nail and H.week-end E. :Tucker.Mrs. guests. of Mr. and Mrs. will will return to Starke where he SHRIMP OYSTERS STEAKS h ; ;':

STARKE, FLA. Catherine of Gainesville were their two children will return to I report to Camp handing forreassignment. ,

visitors Saturday of Mrs. J. 1\{. their home in Tennessee where Wm. II. Rlddell of the CHICKEN IINNERSPLATE. LUNCHESBEGINNING !
'a l Irish 10 Ibe. Brownlee Sr. Mr. Nail Is connected with the BHS faculty is attending a meet-
TVA as a safety engineer. Ing of Vocational Home Economics Presbyterian Circle
33c Friends of Mrs. L. E. Deudon teachers in Jacksonville Sat
Potatoes of Elgin, 111., will regret to learn Mr.\ and Mrs. J. H. Gill of urday. Met TuesdayThe II.

that Mr. Deudon died on Oct. 1. Savannah spent the week-end with SATURDAY, OCT. 6 .
resh Grade A Doz.qgs Mrs. Deudon will be rememberedby Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith.Mrs. You're twice a* Mireltli TWO Ladles Auxiliary of the' THE BLUE TAVERN WILL BE
older residents here as Miss John Moyer, L. G. Heming- gnat name FrlKldolrn, made Presbyterian' *Church held its regular k I
- 60C Frieda Raue. way and Mrs. Orle Wiggins spent only by General Motor*-a fact business meeting !In the Sunday OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
last week in North Carolina. that alone guarantee extra quality School room Tuesday after
Miss Jacqueline Andrews recently Frlgldolre product are worth noon. Mrs. O. E. Stansbury presided !,
lb returned to her home here Pfc. Johnnie Hem ingway of waiting for! (Adv.) In the absence of the president > 1
Grade after spending several months at. Nashville Tenn., Is spending a Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf.
25cIb tending business school in Atlanta 30 day furlough with his parents. Bob McRae, 3rd Class Petty Plans were discussed for the reception ENJOY ONE OF OUR DELICIOUS '
.Meat Ga.Anothny Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway.He Officer, has arrived home for an to bo given in honor" of : i'l 3 ;

Is In an army hospital there. 18 day leave which he will spend Rev and Mrs. J. L. West. The SPECIAL BREAKFASTS :;g g4 j1 :
ttft Baker, S 2-c, of the with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. event Is planned for Thursday, I
Merchant Marine, recently enjoyed Pvt. Billy Jackson arrived this RuHsel S. McRae. He reports to Oct. 25 and Mrs. Jeanette Young ,, .
a leave with his parents, Mr. week from Rome Ga., to upend a Atlanta, Ga., at the end of his !Is chairman In charge of : ;
'b Stew ISeIb 30 with arrange- ======--=:"-:=:;::--=--" ===='=- ='-" :=:=====--==== ,1 ,
and Mrs. T. W Baker of Keystone day furlough his wife and leave for further orders. ments. Mrs. E. M Davis Is pro -
Heights. He sailed from Bostonon mother, Mrs. Carl Jackson gram chairman. 1tI

Ib37e Oct. 3 aboard the USS Mexico.Lt. Misses Idalou and Mrs. H. W. Turner and son Plans were also made for assistIng THEATRE : ; II
spent several days last I
Mrs. Fletcher Burnette I
In the
Albert Kruse who has been Davis, who are attending FSWC week with Mrs. Turner's mother, Church Service Center. The STAB HE 1
{J. Steak stationed with the Marine\ Corpsat In Tallahassee, will spend the Mrs. Eula Whigham and sister. group plan to take over the Canter II
week-end at their home here and !
Philadelphia after
returning Miss Madge Whigham. Mr. Tur on I
i i i "-"' will attend the Monday so that Mrs. Sun. Mon. Oct. 14 15 i
Homecoming foot- -
from duty !In the South Facific, Is ; ner came for them Tuesday and Burnette may have a day off. v
2 Ibs.
ng Grain spending a leave at his home hel'e.Bobby ball game in Gainesville Saturday. they went to Statesburg, Ga., to

: ICE 22cCOME from 10 days Cox In returned Bradenton.last Sara-week received Mr. and a Mrs.wire L.from F. Smith their have son make received their home.his discharge Mr. TurnerJust after Fall Mission StudyMrs. "CHRISTMAS NSt kNECTICUT" II !

sota and several other southern Sgt. L. F. Smith Jr., that he has serving with the OSS In Washington I. P. Shepherd, chairman b. .

TO YOUR cities. arrived in the States from Ger- D.. C.' of mission study has announced Dennis! Morgan I :

TIP TOP STOREYOU many and will begin a furloughat Mrs. Richard Kessler and Mrs. that the WSCS fall mission study Sydney Grcenstreet I !

ARE WELCOME Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd were home this week-end. Henry Silcox with their brother, will be held Thursday and Friday - 6 ", ,, ,, .1
In Jacksonville attending to busi- Oct. 18-10, from 3 to B i-
ness Tuesday. Mrs. L. D. Vining returned Sgt. Anthony Mercereau. spent m., !In the Church School rooms.p. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Oct. 16-17-18 ,:
Tuesday from Dublin, Ga., where several days last week with their
she was the guest of Mrs. Carrie sister, Mrs. J. C. Brantley !In St. The book to be studied Is "These II
Jane Frank.A. Augustine. Sgt.. Mercereau has Moving Times" by Herman N. "OUT OF THIS WORLD"Eddie
In this Mrs.
received his discharge after! two study She
NAT SEZ: E. Wall who arrived home years In the European Theatre of herd will be ably assisted! by Mrs. Bracken I

q.... '. Sunday after 18, months In the operations. ...,'? W, O. Balls and.others. Diana Lynn'Veronica i
Well the first touch of fan Is Southwest Pacific'' with the 31st Lake r,
Division, received his discharge at Cpl. Raleigh Strickland has returned Birthday Dinner
In the air-which reminds me Camp Blanding Tuesday He has to his station in Floral Carmen Cavallaro '1 I

!. guest I'd better start'looking r: a- been in the Army five years entering Miss., after being called home by Sgt. Alton Dobbs celebrated his .. .. ,... /

round for a little coal. If that the service when the National the Illness of his mother, Mrs. 27th birthday anniversary Sunday 'I

tuff gets any scarcer and more Guards were mobilized. Cora Strickland. home.with an Enjoying outdoor this dinner occasion at with his ,i R I T Z Sun. Mon. -- Oct. 14 .1S I;q y !

expensive I look for 'em to startlining Mrs D. C. Forehand of Albany, Mrs. C. L Hill and daughter '
it for settings In engagement Ga., will arrive this week-end fora Patty will leave'Sunday to spend Sgt. and Eloise Mrs. Dobbs and theirda.ughter *' :a
were Mrs. Inez
I some time with Mr. Hill's
rings! Looks like .a long visit with her sister, Mrs. T. T ents in Pamona Calif. par Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly .
LA. Hill !Is I'
hard winter- ahead. Long. I and daughter Mamie, Mr. and .'., l
serving overseas and Mrs. Hill has Ginger Rovers Joseph Cotten F f
Mrs. Fred I
Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned to been visiting her mother Mrs. Halslop and small son Shirley Temple ,
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, Mr.
her home In St. Augustine Wed Bertha Pearce. I '

here nesday with after her spending daughter two ,weeks Mrs. Miss Helen Jones Miss\ Lucille and Mr. Mrs.and W Mrs.C. Ward Donald and Kelly family of,, Tues. Wed. -;17 -18 I i

r Ethel M. Biggs. Mitchell and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. ArchDobbs tTHEOWil ; II III
spent Tuesday of last week visiting of the State Farm and Mr. "CALL
QtQItt 1 James W Deaver of Brunswick relatives in Lake City. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake City.
Ga., has arrived to be associated I '
with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- J. E. Chapmah! representativeof Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E. Clark Cable Loretta Young I !:

n worthy in the Tip-Top Super Mar International Harvester Co., of K. Perryman were in Tampa this Jack Oakie
Jacksonville spent Monday talk- week attending the State U.D.C. '
Nasworthy ket. He is and a nephew will .make of biro his Ing business with J. B. Carlisle Convention. :===--- .--===--=:-==:--=: =====--:=:.-=_.::::==:::.-:: ....:=--===-===:. i I j"

of Bradford Hardware Company.Mrs. -) I { t
home with them. j 3 .

A. M. Marsh of Jacksonville W. M. Wlmberley of High for' t
has Joined Earl Campbell's Ac land spent last week with her son COMPLETE FURNISHINGS I:

counting Service. He has had 30 and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

11 Mrs.years the next Marsh experience month.will Join in this him within work. Mrs.Max W.Wimberley.Mrs.. A.M. F.Wlmberley Sauls. and were Mr.shoppIng and- The NURSERY or CHILDS ROOM ij ij'iI .:

In Jacksonville Tuesday of '. .
Mrs. Roy McDavid spent 10 '
days recently with her sister, Mrs. last week. \

J. F. Ellerbee and family 1 in M-Sgt.: and Mrs. Clayton B. IVe'te grouped the most Important if'

RAYON I Panama City. Strohscheln and small son have things you need and I ;

GABERDINE Mrs. J. H. DuPre underwent an left for Plnevllle La., to make '( : '
-their home. Mrs.< Strohscheln and offer them at a worthwhile /
IN appendectomy In St. V1 n cent'sHospital. .
ORIGINALDESIGN Jacksonville, Tile sday son have made their home with Mitlng. Gay, decorative crib, ;. f .
Mr.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,
and Is recuperating nicely.
DuPre was over to see her Wed O. Peterson while Sergeant Stroh I' complete with firm spring d,;; I '
eclair served with the Air Corps In I;
nesday afternoon. Mr. DuPre'smother \
. comfortable crib matS
BY Italy for the past 20 months. He
Mrs. J. E. DuPre of Live , I
Oak is staying with the familyfor received his discharge from service S tit*.* . folding pram with I ''I
at Camp Blandlng Oct. 3. I
t the ,present. He and a brother were stationedat atljimtabto drop front. All I

Miss Ldl Sternberg spent last Camp handing at one time. .,
week with her brother-in-law and Since that time, his brother has price conveniently low. ,

sister, Mr. and hire Jack Scan- been wounded and la In a hospital ;
lan and family, In Oak Ridge i in Missouri.

Li Tena.Pfc. Julian E. McRae has received Herbert his discharge Cloversettle'has from the received CoastGuard r Baby High. Chairs - - 3.50 i l :

his discharge from the after' three year. service t

at Lawson General Hospital and with Mrs. Cloversettle and
SIZES 11.15 % army Atlanta, Ga. He was dischargedOct. their daughter Delores, will make Baby Beds - 19.50 to 21.50', '

4 and with Mrs. McRae is their home In Jacksonville for a ,
weeks with his while. Baby Carriages I : I
spending a few - - - 19.50
.' ,
and Mrs. Russella ,
parents Fred Halslop left Sunday on a I" I
leaving to visit MrsMcRae' Cribs 1'1'I
before I
: < ; business trip to South Carolina. - - 8.50 '
relatives In Rhode Is .p
Calvin Ward went to Crescent,
2501 land. Ga., Saturday on business. Nursery Training Chairs - 8.50 I ; :

Robinson has been discharged -
Alvin Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of ''I' 1
after two years with the Never-Wet Mattress _ 11.95 ;! I
Plant City spent the weekend
He Is! visit
navy as torpedoman. with Mrs. Inez Kelly and Sgt and Children's
ing relatives here. Rockers - 2.50 to $6.00
Mrs. Alton Dobbs. They were en- ii '

Miss Madge Whigham of the route home after spending a vaca-
office attended a die tion In Georgia with Mrs. Kelly'
local F.S.A.
$10.95Sternberg's J r
trict meeting of the Home Economics relatives. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ; :

Association Saturday. 1 1Gaineevllle. In Friends will be glad to know :i.
John H. Denmark Furniture J I'i.
that Lt. Lillian Stump' left early Co. '

Rev. and Mrs J. I* West F. A. this month from a French port t
Scott and Mrs. C. F. Ward at for the States. She la the daughter PHONE 151 STARKE, FL t. 'i

tended a meeting of the Church of Mr. and Mr. F. F. Stump WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITUREt" jJ1 :
'' Presbyteria In Winter HaVen several and has been in Germany many 1 1))

'I' days the first of this week. months.! ; '

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t ,a PAG SIX --- -- ---'= 12.

"i . . . . . . children visited In Jacksonville Memphis. Tenn., with his parents. parents InRemember JllIlard
. . . . . . . . . . ,. . . briefly Tuesday afternoon. They Friday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs., S. R. Clark and receptl ,
enroute home from Jacksonville B.T.U
{ SunnybrookBy were where Mr. Oliver received Heilbronn and Mrs, Marklee Starling family and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sunday afternoon at fret
; his Navy discharge. Mr. and and Edward Norman were in Brown acd family were visitingMrs. Hellbronn Baptist Churc
Mrs. Araula Crawford : Jacksonville,: Saturday.Mrs. May Brown Sunday. We have >4
By Mlall Ida Hagan Mrs. Will Saxon ace ompanled By The School finished IS

t !' .: .1. . . . . . . . . them home. . . . . . . Mavis Moaely has gone to Fred Lanier was visiting relatives school. Quite a I1Ultler!lIIon'
Mrs: Claude May and Mrs. H. Miami to visit her hUSband. in Jacksonville recently. children are 'lUI, (
61, Hergertcharge, Cloversettle has his dis The Corinth Baptist Church this is D. May were visiting in Pal tka PARTY FOR Lt'CIIXE' BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and A. W Brown and daughter because ot Illness of eel"cat"
revival meeting (t
Coast Guard and running a
from the the honoreeat
Lucille Brown was
last Tuesday. children were shopping In Jack Lucille were in Gainesville Sat- fever III rh,
!. visiting relatives here. We wel- week with the Rev. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown and a lovely party given last Saturday trouble,
sonville Monday. urday.
come him back home. Knowles of Folkston. Ga., con- afternoon from 4:30: until _
the services. There will faintly spent Sunday visiting the Cpl. and Mrs. N. W. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Bradleyand
Mrs. Railey from Alabama Is ducting beauties of Silver 6 o'clock at her home in honor 5'YITH
t tropical
t? Oct. 14 in daughter were visiting her'! WAR
visiting her son and daughterinlaw. be dinner served Sunday SprlngJ. of her ninth birthday anniver- have gone to spend a furlough BO
; at the church and Is Invited -
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Railey and everyone
Chief Petty Officer Roy Starr
4 to attend. sary.The
? 4 family. arrived In Jacksonville Friday to children played games until -
,,? Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Milliken B.T.U. meetings at the Corinth receive his naval discharge and the beautiful white birthday I-
and children Sylvia and Glenn, of Baptist Church have been changed his wife, Mrs. Hazel Starr and cake was served. Lucille has WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK
a Mrs. MllHken's from Sunday to Saturday night been sick for and unable
jy? Ocala visited parents attend. mother, Mrs. G. W. Rah me, Sr., two years
is urged to
4 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, everyone left for that city to meet him. to attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly had
C Sunday. as their guests Sunday, Mr. and They will spend several days Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman announce IT'S TIME TO RECAP
//P, Mrs. J. C. Cochrane has gone Mis. Nayon Tomlinson and sons there before returning home. the birth of a daughter on
to Madison, Ga., to visit relatives. Charles and Floyd, Mra. Thelma Cpl. Merrill Johns, who Is visit- Wednesday Sept. 26. The baby ,

t 4 ,We are glad to have J. J. Zelg- Hunter, all of Lake Butler, Mr. ing his sister, Mrs. Lettle Parkerof has been named Carolyn Ann. LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room
ler at home after spending three and Mrs. T. P. Ponds and chil- Starke, on his furlough, was Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Scott announce
weeks In the hospital at Raiford. dren of Waldo, Mrs. Omage Rosier was calling on relatives here Mon. the birth of a son on
tr Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey left of Macclenny and Mr. and day afternoon. Merrill Is looking Tuesday, Sept. 25. :
Friday to visit Mr. Kelsey's father Mrs. C. C. Crosby and family. strong after over ,two years of We are glad to see Leon Nor RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING

i in Indiana. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and duty In India. man home after a time spent in : ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES
We are glad to hear that Wal children were dinner guests of Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Mrs. the Glendale Hospital in Palatka.
1 '. 1 ter Sibley has returned after a their brother and sister-in-law. George Williams were recent visitors Mrs. Fred C. Lanier and sons, 24-HOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIAL :
4 4 brief illness while visiting his Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby in to Gainesville.A James and Ray Wilson are expected
jq brother in Starke. Brooker, Sunday.Mr. special called meeting of the to return this week from WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED

Miss Hazel Phillips and Mrs. and Mrs. Broadway and P.T.A. will be held Friday after- Atlantic City N. J. ",- _
Murray Caatelberry visited In Mr. noon, Oct. 12, at 2 o'clock at the Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns
I r f Keystone Height Thursday after and sons Mrs.of Starke Floyd were Crosby visiting recently school. All members are urged : Norman.were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N'j I GRADE A RUBBER AVAILABLE NOW'

i noon. Pfc. and'Mrs.. William Crosbyand to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman and

ro'r''r ' Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visiting children attended church in . . . . . . children visited in Lake Butler
/ E In Starke Saturday. Lake Butler Sunday and visited

'aa Mr. and Mrs.'L. R. Dennison Mrs. Crosby's mother, Mrs Vera WoodlawnBy Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and STARKE TIRE SERVIC
q' t and daughter, Edith, of Gainesville Austin. children were shopping In Jacksonville
'' Mr. and Mrs. W W.
visited Elmii .Crews
61iyi . . . . . . recently.
i wl t Packham Saturday evening. . . . e . . Roscoe Greene is here on fur-
Mrs. J. P. Dickinson went shop- lough. ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave
ping in Starke Tuesday. Hampton Rev. J. O. Raulerson filled his Sir.], and Mrs. Roy demons and

I P :' ""i Thomas Mrs. C.were A. shopping Beck and In Kenney Starke . By. .Mrs.. .M..C..Sweeney. . . regular morning. appointment Rev. E. E. Swearingenof Sun day Mrs. Troy Bennett and Misses COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES

Friday. Jacksonville is conducting a Evelyn and Beatrice Edwards of
Friends of Pfc. and Mrs. Lynn revival meeting at our church and Lawtey attended Monday night. '
S 1 y e . .. . . . . . Newsom of French Camp, Miss., services have been well attendedthis I Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Tetter of ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE
will be Interested in this announcement week. pinner was served on Jacksonville were also present
Pine LevelBy : Pfc. and Mrs. Lynn the grounds Sunday. Mr. and Monday night.

Newsom announce the birth of a
Mrs. II. M. McRae son, David Lynn, on Tuesday
i . . . . . last
Oct. 2. The Newsoms spent from -
I the Meadows
6ifr't winter in Hampton and made Up
tti.I .'? 1 1 Rev.appointment W. H. Hall at filled Pine his Level regular many friends while here. They

lived at the home of Mrs. M. C.
1 Church last week-end. Two '
,I- i' $- ( members were added to the I Sweeney. '
r My church. William Green of the Navy arrived Rich with' Corn .
I Friday- spend a leave
# c Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of
with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Green.
Robt. E. Taylor Sunday afternoon.
4, fi Mrs. Robert Myrick and BM 2-c Miss Kathryn Weest of Eliza-
beth, N. J., leaves this week after .
ka qs try''G and Mrs. Owen McRae: were visit-
1 !
ing Mrs. McRae's parents, Mr. spending a 10 day vacation with
i' and Mrs. Albert Connor near Lake her mother, Mrs. T. F. Brown. '
Butler Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson,

Bishop Myrick of the Navy, who Mrs. Ethel Plckren and L. A. _

a Is home on a 2 -day leave, spent Wynn attended the Conference ..,_ -- d
i Monday night with Hy M. McRae meeting of the Baptist Church in 4 4I
and Gainesville Thursday of last wek.
w family. 1
1 t i t Y Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mrs. Virginia Poole of Gaines- I lY l//
} children of Jacksonville spent the ville 'spent Sunday as a guest of p ., tell'itiwm l
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. 1. r4 f..;
; qu F week-end with Rev. and Mrs. W. '
E. Hall and were dinner guests Little Spencer :May is progressing

'w Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. nicely after a tonsllectomy ,
y ;, McRae., performed In Gaines viiI i e last "'''.. ,, '. -. ., -
J tr. ___
a 'r Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs. week.
cr "5 jt ;5 Austin Fenslea 'were business Mr and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. ONCE again the folks who feed the nation are harvest- -

t visitors to Lake City, Tuesday. Lauderdale visited relatives here one of the great crops of our history, and the BUY

I* 78 I record-breaking harvest of these war years has been prq- VICTORY BONDS w

li ,, k i J 3 4 l i duced by fewer people maintaining top production on ? -. *

more and more acres.
Can Use More Pulpwood
I The progress that has been made in agriculture in recent

r is almost unbelievable-com yields of well 100 THE EDITOR'S I COLUMN*' 'know
, WRITE TIMBER DEPT. years over that there is no profit
,,1 lei y ,
1 .h bushels an acre, a rarity a few years ago, are now common; advantage in shipping meat
x Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. the production of ton-litters of hogs in less than 6 months When the war began Swift & Company long distances: as compared ,

r after farrowing is no great problem now; hens that lay adopted the following wartime policy? : with selling it nearby. OP Amore -

S t i d ,iMimiimmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiHiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' ' ,' "' "''iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii'', ''' "",mnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, "' iiiimiiwiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' "''' '',| ,'''''''' iiiiiiitiiiiiiiliii, '> than 200 eggs a year are not hard to find; and there "We will co-operate to the fullest extent regulations set prices, by

1lp 1 ( are dairy cows with records of well over 30,000 pounds of with the U. S. Government to help win paw and areas, that meat

1 milk and 1,000 pounds of butterfat annually. the war. We will do everything possible may charge for beef;
'ii lamb
r All of these advances in the production of food have to safeguard the high quality of ourproducts. veal and pork.rnu for
( United States is divided into ten zones
'WELCOME'! played an important part in the building of America to its Despite wartime difficulties, beef. lamb and veal and five for pork. Each

present greatness and to victory in the war. we will make every effort to distribute has its own base price for each kind of meat.

Back in the days of George Washington, one farm family available: civilian supplies to insure "a Additions to the base price are allowed for

was able to produce enough food for itself and one other fair share for all customers everywhere. transportation and local delivery. These allowances

family. Today each farm family in America can produce Under the present conditions,'meatpackera are the very minimum and in many
its own food and enough for 19 other families.This tells the instances do not cover the actual cost of transportation -

story of the American harvest. And it is a story unique in icing, and shrinkage.
world hist' Consequently, meat packers are better off

t-fi I We at Swift & Company salute our farmer and rancher i6,iGra/.nsj when they sell close to their producing
I In general, the :net money they receive
friends for their great achievements and we are proud to
'/' ,, I have had in the and 'r', r greater the closer to the plant the sale is made.
a part preparation distribution of the
eao-l has
arp But despite this;Swift& Company
fruits of the harvest to Americans
everywhere. fair dis
adhered to its wartime policy of
I.. I< II..,. ... .
'J tribution. Starting in July 1945, all meat
'MEET THE WINNERS I Hundreds of letters were received packers were required by OPA regulations to

No matter what branch of the serviceyou're : in our contest for the best letter on thia series of Swift distribute their meats to the same areas they

advertisements. The judges have awarded first prize of$50 to did the first three months of 1944."IDLE" .
2nd Lt. Carroll M. Hester, 33rd Infantry Regiment, Camp -. _

Livingston, La., $25 to Mrs. Carl J. Ba BachmannBarberton. 7; f/fJ.Stn: ron.
in No matter whether
Via' you'reyelling
i Ohio, $15 to Mrs. Charles W. Voorhees, Trenton, N. J., $10 a
each to Virginia Jean Potts, Philadelphia, Pa., Harold E: A

Marsh Winona; Minn., Daisy McCutcheon, Dillon S. C..

a discharge or just starting till Doria Reim, Covington, Okla., Mrs. HOSTEr
fi ' Ridge Co lo.,.Mra. Paul Norris, Grixmell, Iowa Mrs.rat LAND IN SOUTH PRODUCES BEEF D,.Eo .H.,;"'N"'fll

Lennox, Indianapolis, Ind..
The beef cattle population In North Carolina has calves made an cain of 120 pound 1a
You'll always find a warm welcome nearly doubled i in recent years. And even so-called they were turned into another reed paa
a ... "idle ]land" is being put to profitable use, particuthey,made an additional average gai of 140ti. "
?rt ,' conduced COUW PlaiD. Pasture feeding trials by November 011 reeds lon& .
,. a by the Agricultural Experiment Station
4 } and 'the most for your money at and cooperating agencies demonstrate that even e. . !
s reeds can be pastured the year 'round, provided ID another North CarolIna SMJay leedJllrproteia tria
supplement* are added during the winter pound pip, It-led shelled corn and s UPPmonth.
.. The:result Of one of these trials is inter.tof equal of cottonseed mealpesnotr !
""ij P. S. Stores. ; ing-400-pound steer calveo were turned into a reed and soybean pane oil meal: plus ground l JiIDeI:::
.' area that was not grazed during the They salt made an average daily gain of 1.71 Pf J
were fed a supplement of 4 pounds osummer.cottonseed gained 100 pound for each 415 pound fl*>
meal per head daily. From November to May Uaumed.. ttJ

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Corn that gate "...wN by frost before it matures ia still 1"t.I tablespoons minced onion. 1 Y\ cup top milk. Melt Story to"1'The
valuable feed e especially for cattle. Here are several ways to I 8 tablespoon: fat In skillet and cook hash until heated through. .... and my
turn soft corn into hard cash, listed in the order of their value Season to taste. Shape hash In patties and place on greased .o-:-: Story1
to the feeder (a) :Make. ear-corn silage (b) Feed ears with I shallow baking pan.Make _hollow In the center of each patty. Plants, belong|
stalks, chopped: or ahredded. (c) Turn cattle and hogs into Slip an egg Into' the hoUow and season with salt and pepper. the family of Swift's Elements,
standing corn. (d)Leave in field and pick ears as needed rather, I Bake In a moderately slow oven ((325 F.) for 20 minutes.Swift Science Booklets. I think you *)

STORES .than risk spoilage Ia storage. like to know us. Wo have swell eta

Three main precautions in feeding soft corn are: (a) Change to tell, with Iota of pictures It:
to soft corn ration gradually (b) Feed a protein supplement. & (? UNION STOCK YARDS would like to have us for your

(c) Feed before! freezing weather, ifpo sible. WIllCX\/UIII9dIiy! CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS own, print your name and ndWe'll <**r
be glad to tell you where! to get tear 1 J
AT ULANDING BUS STATION the margin of this page A.
detailed information soft feed-
l on corn
1 * NUTRITION tS and F. M. Simp
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. . I "Hitting! The Beach" Not Bad At Blanding I NOTICR Sharks Fin., and Intend to rletr. r :
the fictitious name In the of. t
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"' lice of the Clerk of the Circuit
"' the undersigned I I. Inbu.I"
'atdraln. 7" .,, -- '
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.L .t;;. ;. " '""" t"ivF Court of Bradford County, Fla. ,
, Y' ,. '. ,. .. under the fictitious nameof
' '" ) ", .'" '". ...dO. C. Furniture Co., looated I George: C Johns, ':,
z. Grllfls ,. ; ,".... .- "" ''. i... ,*,,," ,, Oeo. Johns > I "
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,.'y"., \'If"4;" : "" ,..."..-r In the Oreen Bid*, Call St.. .1& 4t 10-11 Lake Fuller, Fla. ';
1 . ,\.'',,,.. 0" '>
. e end '. .0.--_-..-_"III-II "-_ .. u v. T "" _ _ _ ,; ,'j ,
and '" '" "' 0'

-Sr, .Wilmot and Mrs.Brown Richard Y"" .." For Safety, Comfort Bind Economy e ,Fli

f&mIlY l of Heilbronn ', ,

and were visiting Mrs Rachel .. FOR COURTEOUS ....

and Mr, and Mrs. Clyde :.i, ,{: CORRECT 1 C '

9undaY' ,..,- -- tJ/fJ
Leo Griffis was visiting .1 INFORMATION J.u 4
M1"9. Willie Green and 1tr wr1' I2h "7 k
d Please Phone 111 I
A I b e r t GrifflsCrlffis 1't
d Mrs) ,"'<,
." .
aY. and Mrs.Griffis "r: Ride Florida Motor lines Greyhound Busses

RoY Mrs.: t _,, Zt Ztkrd
visiting ;
State Farm "", t
fun Saturday the Mrs. Little .>'1 Temple Ave LACY CON'AY'f'nt Starke, FIa.o i"

d.1 '
LutHer Griffis, has -MSI
st )1r3. l !
W time. Her many ell.
section hope she
I in
I wen again very soon. '
Batten and Law.Batten -

Helen of Theressa were ,' ..

Sidney Grit.j .
family Sunday.i .
Catherine Galney Cliff -
and,, Hazel Griffis, Miss ,
and Ronald Galffla
fcell "r
I l --rtb. _
,tilting Mrs. Leo Griffis I !
IY n'.fhtv' Thousands of soldier* of the Camp Blanding: IRTC are still men and women, bench chains umbrella, tables", piers float, i

J. \ Sasser was visiting: "hitting the beach", but with a difference. With the advent living boards, swings and boats, have made Klngaley Lake the ,

d )!&s.) Willie Green Sun3,15 of V-days "hitting the beach" now menus healthful recreation center of attraction of Camp.BIanUng'lI port lover Above !

for Bwlmmert at Kingsley Lake which provides an antidote a pictorial proof of the Lake's facl.lltl.U.. S. Army Signal I \

of this section are glv- for military monotony and barracks boredom. Bathhouses for 3orp Photos. I
,, children typhoid and
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whooping cough vaccinations at with the Rev. Curtis Harris of 1945. Telegraph shall publish this Order! NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU :' '
RUBY B. JOHNS.Admlnlfltratrlx In next tour weekly l I..u.... I'I !
the Health Clinic each ThursdayIn Green Cove Springs conducting ; of the estate of Witness inv hand and official *.ealI"t '
Starke. Everyone Is invited to attend. Archibald H. John, deceaeed. Stark.. Florida this 18th Sep- wts
666old B-Z 4t 1019iv Umber, 1945.OFFICIAL .
Miss Delores Gainey wag a Sat. Doyce and Jerome Griffis, twin ( SEAL,) A. J. Thomas
urday night guest of Miss Sharon sons of Mr and Mrs C. A. Grits "IR"T COI'11T. Jilt tDFOltDCOeTY A s Clerk of auld Court. t .
FLOIIIUll IX IIIANCKHY. T. Frank T.andrum 8tark FloridaAity
Preparations Green. were visiting Edward Green for Pit, .11 4t 10-11
Church services will be held Wednesday. Pauline B. llrmlch. Plaintiff v.. IN TIlE SOUTHEAST
do, Tablets, Salve, Nose Louie (Luka) Hrclch, Defendant. iw CIRCUIT "OI'RT, RADFOIII) More drink Atlantic.Ale and Deer than other.It .
Sunday morning and evening at Mra. K. L. Griffis of this section Cane No. 4063.ORDEH people any
rile Only As Directed: <-OI'%TY, FLOHIUAlKUV. IN CII.U-,,
the Boatdraln Baptist Church is improving after a short OF PUBLICATION1AJ <' must I ; '
I illness. NOTICE TO APPEAR Edward O. Jacobs Plaintiff vs.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louie ('...lIe Burnett Jacobs, Defendant. / u
(Luka) Mrxlch whose residence la Cane No 40114.OHOEIt,4t
I unknown.You OF runt-icATioi I
-FOR- All perHons having: clalmn or demanda -
. are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Hxralnxt the estate of Archibald
October 38, 1946, In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: 1\11'1I.
H Johns deceased here.
Concrete Block ConstructionAny are Court Cecil liurnett Jacobs, whose rent
and cause wherein plain :
by notified and required to file
tiff seeks divorce. irrndford J County tt"nre and ndrtrun la: Star Route. '
their clalnifl In the office of the
Telegraph shall publish. this Order Plantemvllle, 8. C
of Bradford
County Judge County
Type Building In next four weekly ICRUVUVltneMH You are required to appear onOetnber
In the Courthouse at
Florida .. \
\ Htarke. Florida, within eight calendar \ my hand and official 2f 19411 In the above named
Heal at Starke. I'Florida thin J6tUi Court and cause, wherein plttln
month from the lute' of thefirst : :
Floors 9 Sidewalks O Steps publication of this notice 81'the September. 1945.OFFICIAL. tiff sunki divorce, nrndford County
same. will heroine void accord ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas. Telegraph ultali publish this OrdorIn
I An Clerk rf. mild Court. next lour weekly lnaueMVltnrtxM ,
Steel Window CasementsAlso Ing: to l law.< Thin September 26, Walter C Ilardenty. I 1IIIvtonn..n"a"h.: \ my hnnd soil official
I Florida, Atty. for I'll': 0-28 ft 10-19 Heal. at Stark Florida. thin Huptvmbcr : .
Siltli, 1045.OFFICIAL .
( A I'':A T.) A..J. Thomas ,
Portrait IV ClIltllT COI HT, nit\I>POIII>
Lumber Direct From MillJ. ('01 \I'V', FI.OIIIIN| IIIA'N- An Clerk of auld Court.T. Atfayo EfiR ,
(' 1". Frank I.imlrum, ttarko,
sal Florida ...... ..
of a lluuli I,. Hammond. Plaintiff vs.Margie Atty. for Plf. U-S8 4t 10-1 --"

,MAURICE EDWARDS: dt . Heard. .Hammond, Defendant .., ,., .. ., ,
HappyWife Case Nt 4030 IN ('In(Trr rofirr. \nronn) AIL-a.('* .erwwt.4.A/4w./ CiwM Ce.sN. ) / nre,1. I
Oil DE It OF rfRLICATION1: '.' .. -e. a
PHONE 94 I STATE OF FI.OIUDA to: Marfflaj,l(3eorge I +v
Beard Hammond whose residence 1 13 Mooney, Plaintiff, v..
., ., 1..1. : 525 Hay Street 1 I She Lets Us Do The North Carolina.You No, .AleORDlt
are required' to appear on .. Sarge's
October 22, 1945, In the above named n jj .vOiil'MIO Al'IM'JAU It''
for the Family STATE .
Baking Court and cauve. wherein plain. FL.01UUA tot: MmHBH .
ompt Service Careful Drivers tiff Necks divorce. Pradford Count .|O L. Moon ey, %( lt"Kliialilteaveri .
(: J85 llarnando Street, MemphlH
Telegraph shall publish this Older
LAPPE BAKERY In next four weekly l I"uell.
You lire required to appear onOctober
W/tnese hand and official '
STARKE TAXI SERVICE seal at Btarke: my Florida thin. September SO, 194S; In the above nain- :1 I
14. 184&. irrt Court'neuk.'and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plain., 1 ARMYSTORE r i t
*...- and ..>faMACK'S ?.*-. . -.....,. .. - An Clerk. of-: sail Court .- I I Telegraplt In 1 next four shall| |weekly| I.:".lily...,."Ol'der.i ,r
It. >{ Human-SIT Lynch Tildir
Jacksonville, Fla. for Wltn Na my hand and official ::1//
QUY 9-21 4t 1012iv Atty. rlf. I tcmlier seal at 2(1"Htarke(, 194T,. Florida., this Wui:! >. :
TAXI bS'KEEPTHEM (iiinir cni'iir nn"ro'IIJ (OFFICIAL WUAI.) A.J. Thomas, 1 w,
AM Clerk of BUM Court
01'1'' I-LOHIII', I. ('11A5- .
V Flunk I.nn'um III"rk.'Florlrh.Atty. '
( KHV.Clarence
150 Jitckaon, Plaintiff, va, for 1'lf. 0-ZH 4t 10... Authorized
Sarah FS Jackson, Defendant. Case
The 'War
By Department
J Day Night No. 4043.OIUiMR. )
Your STATE OK FL.OHIPA to: Sarah: ..- -if,' <"i *.,* .'. : I?,?
Start E. Jackson whose aiidrenH !la: 9J2 OperatedBy ]
Cookman Ave Anbury Park, N. J. Y
Post War Planning You are required to appear on FOR ACID INDIGESTION an Ex-Soldier "s
x a c i October 22 1945. In the above nam '
2 By Placing Your rtl Court end cause, wherein plain. 1 4r ti
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County {

Order Now For I!
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AUTOMATIC to rid of them all not Jest 50Carpenter's : ,
kill The few that ,.0. ran hit .II'I I
HOME LAUNDRY with spray or dust or that walk
he PARK, CAFE Into n powder by accident.K3D '
HOT POINTREFRIGERATORS Drug Store Ben Suslow'stArmy : !

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Delicious Regular Meals WATER HEATERS 1,rat IUFFKUKNTItonrkm It because they likeIt. Beware Coughsfrom Store/1!

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Healthful Vegetable Plates As These Become AvailableWe t4k They.... N...-PilI.up......*) tO .... common colds
Short Orders I Will Fill Orders In and p l. r I1 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. 1 l' i

Order of Application 15c ;and 25c pkgs. That ,Hang On

Sistrunk Feed and Creomulslon relieve promptly because
FULL LINE )it goes right to tile sea of the

0NWAY'SService' WIRING SUPPLIES Seed Co. germ trouble laden to help phlegm loosen and aid and nature expel -a-

New I.orntlonl. 114 1':. Call to soothe and heal raw tender. inflamed TRACTOR TIRESa
MTAIIKK. FLA. bronchial mucous mem !
Mia. by MrPkall Proilarl branes.Tell your druggist to Bell 709
Station Electric Motors Orlanau. Fla. a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
you must like the way II NOWRATION
quickly allays the cough or you are

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iv riftcriT coi'RT. BRADFORD
: STATE OF FLORIDA to: GatherIn -
McCoy ('Vo"v.
Tarweter also known aa Cth-
Ine Tarwater Cain. 110-A Second/ Edward O. Jacob. Plaintiff v..
\J Street. BlHkely Island, Mobile Ala- Coolie Burnett Jacob, Defendant. g'ttQn* II
Can No. 4004.onnrcn .
r N i, StarUn Fado McCoy one of the You are required to appear on OF PUBLICATION I
4Y: "old-time darkies' died on Oct. 1 November 0. 1945. In the above AND :NOTICE<< :: TO APPEAR

:' at Ma home in Reno. Funeral named Court and cause, wherein STATE UP FLORIDA/ to-: Mrs _
I plaintiff .seeks annulment. Bradford Oclle Ilurnette Jacobs, whoso residence -
,,Y services were held In the Mount Cou'itv Telegraph shall! publish and address I I.: Star Route
'; Morion Methodist Church and this Order In next four weekly Plantersville. S. C.

7iJ ij:' burial in the Bob liove Cemetery I Issues. You are required to appear' on
; wan Witness my hand and offlrlrtlseal October 2P, 104G In the above named
t I at Pleasant Grove. at !rittrke Florida this 4th Court, and cause, wherein plain
October, un.IOo''leIAL tiff svttk divorce Bradford County
'.. Starlin came to Starke from ( HEA I.) A. J. Thomas Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn

South Carolina about 1900 to As Clerk of said Court. next tour weekly 1..110..
j R II Duncan. lilT Lynch Bulldlnir WItnesx my hand and official
work for the Powell turpentine
x .Isrksonvllle, Fla. Atty. for Plf. Heal at Stark Florida, this Sep
/ company. Later he was employed 10-6 4t 10-26 tember 2lth! 1!>45.

Is}; by the county as chainman during (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, "
//n', ?s the of lateral roads. IV (..tr1'IT ('Ol"nT. BH \l>FOItlOI'TV An. Clerk of fluid Court. '
\ 1f t (' FCtHtlHtl l> tlliM- T. Frank I...ndrum, Stark, Florida,
For the past three years he had t'ERV.Iva
Ally for fit. 9-2S 4t 10-1J
.t+' } j been employed at Brownlee Bros 'Milliard, Plaintiff vs. John I
r B. Milliard, Defendant. Cane No.
\' warehouse. 4088. iv cinnir COIHT BRADFORD
( ,
? IN r.n..r ('01 liT. im u>.FOIII STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pfe. K. Mooney :Plaintiff, vs. I IHrsnle -
I ('<>l'\ll.' Fl.OIIIUtl% (-lll>'- John II Hilllard, whose address I.: I* Mooney Defendant. Ctt.

: Y ('FItY. 34540803-1703 Biff. Ser Co. Avn., No. 4M3. ,
,. k l' W"v.
t lliiKh Hammond Plaintiff v. APO No. 94. % Postmaster, San ORDER OF PUBLICATION
:y i. y Y;t'>' Murfcle. Beard Hammond Defendant.Caa Francisco Calif. AM NOTICE 10 APPEAR
F4 No. 4088. You me. requited to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mm.
ti'; ORO ElL OF PUBLICATION:- November 8. 1945. In the above liesslo L. Mooney. % Reginaldleavers
1 ; ANt> NOTK'13): TO APPEARBTATK named rj.t arni, l cause, wherein I ) 285! Hernando Street Memphis .
r OF FLORIDA to: MargieHoard plaintiff nt'eks divorce. Bradford '
Harninoml. hone residence County Tolnrraph shall I publish I You are required to appear on Stocks tff'ffJ11ve. have them!
,, i Is: 625 Hay Street Fa>'ette\llle. this Order In next four weekly October :.19. 1945 In the above name .
r North' Cnr lIna. ISMIIAH e Court and cause, wherein

f-- You are required to appear onOctober Witness my (hand and nfflrlal tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County tJJ:6! Beautiful
l seal I at Htnrke<< Florida this Oc- Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn Now\ 4vailcble
,, ; ; )) 23. 1945, In the above turn next: lour weekly Issues.Witness .
of totior 1 1. 1945
ed Court and cause herein plain.
tiff' sieeks divorce, ITadforrf. County 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas my hand and official. .. SEAT COVERS 6.95
Heal at Ptark" Florida this .
Telewrauli I shall publish thla Order' \* Clerk of said Court 194g.OFFICIAL '-\' up
'h Xiich II Douglas, Ualnesvllle, Fla. 28 .
In four 1 Issues.Wltiion .
next weekly '
;I 1 Q nit, my hand, anti official Atty for Pit 10-5 4t 10-28 AM( Clerk of/SEAL flnld )Court.A. J. Thomas, I 1T, > $- Tirone :Excellently tailored manly styled,

i v seal at Htarke Florida. this 8.l>- '1'. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, IIAt . I i j s designed exclusively for Firestone
d. ikh i''tnl>i Double extra
1 y
'( 0 } k (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,,
: .
\I The Board of Pul>llo Instructionof I \
p xi .,r An Clerk of said ('.."rt..f Bradford County Florida hereby ", DELUXE strenffth. Good looking! Long wearing!
.,, It. H. lIn'an-1II1 Lynch Bldg calla. and vivea notice of an election iv cinn'IT (OMIT lilt \POIII) SM fnevalnel ,
Jacksonville Fla. Atty. for Plf.Sill ('ol'\rI'rv. FI.OHIIttl IV tllt.t-
to he held on Tuesday November .
d r 4t to-1i 6, 1945 In each of the fol- f.'FItY.William. \N\\\ \
T. O. Welch Plaintiff. vs.
lowing numbered Special I Tax ,
,;>f., k' 4 d. ; It! rinrriT ('GI'RT. mi tiir /.School Districts' of said County at I trace llonR'l1.rt.'elch, Defendant. CHAMPION
I M 4'Oll"'I''I.OIIIU') ,. I" lll"- Case No. 4090.ORDER .
t the public school house (for white .
I; IIJ pupils) lit each said district for I OF PUBLICATION:- :
Mi : J r ;
'//J c''. Martha Van Slip Plolntlff, vs. William each said district.. to elect three (3) ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR ''O' Trade-1 III
Van Silo, Defendant. Case No trustees and assess the mlllaue for STATE OF FLORIDA tot! Mrs. c, (:
t f r fOU.I. the ensuingtwo/ ((2) years. Orace Bong-arts Welch" 8215 Beverly The Tire That Stays.' '

I., I e l4f ORDER OF PUBLICATION For the. purpose of bolding; aid Blvd. Hollywood California.
f,{ I, AND NOTir-E:: TO APPEAR I election. In each dla'rlct the fol- You are required to appear on Safer longer
STATE!] O FFLORIDA to: William (owing managers are' appointed: November 12, 1945 In the above.
I, i ,, Van Site whose address Is-Pfc llnmptoaperlal named Court and cause wherein 0/ FIRESTONE POLONIUM
r William Van SIle-20311671 652nd.C. 'lnOrhoul plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford
Utrlrt :3
)' ;t C. 109th Hep Bn. A 1'0 701 "i. Postmaster I O. O. Pearce Xu. County Telegraph shall publish this (Grade I Tire Certificate N......." SPARK PLUGS
l.z )'I' San .Francisco Citlif. Aaron Mlnton Order. In next four weekly Issues. _
), ( Witness my hand .and official Heal' '
I You are required to appear on Bob IVown '
.' October Zi: 1945 In the above nnml C, C. Tldwell. at Htarke "Florida this October 10 The only tire built with the famous O r-Orlp Tread; 65c
_i' 3)) *< Court and cause wherein plaintiff Klnrkr 1945. extra strong Saftl-Lock Gum-Dipped. Cord Body; and -
n .eks. dlvoii'u. Bradford County peclnl! Tea "School' District N... 3R (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Saftl-Sored Construction for greater strength and longer No W owner will ;watt; to miss this
Telegraph shall publish this OrdvrIn F. emorest As Clerk of Bald" Court. .
'/t next tour weekly Issues.Witness T. N, Kendrick T. Frank Lnndrum Starke:, Florida mileage. Champion of them all! sensational value. Guaranteed to give
f my hand -nd official I'uul Prlilgres' Atty for I'll. 10-12 4t 11-II e quicker, easier starts or money back
( k Y iit( seal at ellarke, Florida this lath I. A. Reynolds l ,
l, 4 ttoj,tember 1945.OFFICIAL Inn'prI'P..I..I .-. .-. ..-. -- -- -- -- -. --
( + 8IAL) A. J. Thomas Tn.. iv diirtiT f'OI'IIT. \nrotin ..J'Il'
sit q'r School l>Uo0 ( - - - _ _
.' I Y As Clerk of said Court. J. 8. Austin 'OIV'PYr- FLOltll9-11-IN ( n\\
? .J I. r '1". Frank Lnndium btai: .ke, Florida Troy Dennett ( I.IIY.: $3 Trade-In With Deep Powerful Tono Commands .h Road
1 }jl Atty. for Plf. 9.21.. 10-12 A. If. Harley Isabel Anthony Quirk Plaintiff vs Re 1.40
1< Joseph Maurice Quirk, Defendant. ,
Carl HllllaidVnnclrrlilK Your Old
'4fI'4 I /'OI\TY, .1.OIUn.\I IN tli ,,- Nperlnl Tnrhm>l Itlnlrli-t ><>. 1OF. ( OF PITP.LIC\TION I
/ ,( ,. CI0111John M. Norman Sr. AND Ncvrrrc TO APPEAH
David Cain Plaintiff vs. P. C. Hutchison STATE OF FLORIDA to:. Joseph' The HORN j $6.45
C'litherlna Turwater aim known an fl. R Alvarez Mutirlre Quirk whose residence and t Pov/ar-
" r' Catherine. Tnrwnrer Cain l>..-fmdaut. I Russell Norman post office address U 107 West 6UhStreet .
; t i ('"..e Nn 407A Ornlmmprclnl New York N. Y. Packed
t I ,; 1 ORDER OF PL'HLICATION:- !<' Tnrh. ..i.1 l ...1.1'1.0.: 11 You are requlnul to appear on In your own
( I John Kinney November 12, 11)45) In the above 14A
named Court and cause, wherein Gal. containerBecause '
I R. R Wavdln
-___ : --0.---_ Merry Dyal plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford PERMALIFEI 1 I
i -- Wiley Kilmoiulsonflrw: County Telegraph' shall publish this
kil Hirerirclnl Order In next four weekly Issues of a special comb

>| Tea .Hrhnol. I>l".lrlrt >u. 12 Witness my hand and official oil seal, evaporation Is I II 1.95Exchange i
W.C.T.V.Ip Will Andrews seal 8, Htarke! Florida this October I reduced to a minimum. Invest in tao b e8 toc The Top> quality in every respect. nandsomt

+ Ethan Hustlco: RHI Kelley>I> (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Protect yonr'carby getting xii famous Perm-Ltfe Is Roman gold metalnstre fLnlflli. Com

Oble bloodyllvllhronn AH Clerk. of said' Court.T. antl-freexe now packed with power for
r 0 hi bit ion' Frank Landrum Starke, Florida swift, sure starting pletely wired Built-in relay.

Special Tax Nrhnnl .. Atty. for I'lf. 10-12 4t 11-2 V----- - - - .
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Fled, Clark. iv ('inn'IT ('01 III', JII"UFOltU .

? wa'r'' 7 r Just about the fighting Tully Ru"s",,ll Norman Carter (('.01 VrV. FLOIimtl IV ClltVKHY. OIL FILTERCARTRIDGES I '

abjPj lA ) man In .the dry forces of this John Adamson Plaintiff vs. Elizabeth : '
h d, !irclnl Tax, School"' Dlntrlrt No. 14 ,: 'l1ie'tLIJIiwij:
q Erally HIade Adamson Defen !
,) > -
) country Sum MorrN. Recently Floyd Crosby i .
dant. Cans No 4081. Jhoy'ro Washable
,,Sam let .go with this. : H. B Kelley. ORDER OF PUBLICATION:- .
.Onuley Cro..l>y ANIv NOTICE TO APPEAR $1.10

"Certain people that Harry Lewis STATE OF FLORIDA to- Hllia-\ . BIKEKICK
llraokrr beth Emily Slade Adamson whoseroxldenca '
prohibition can't be enforced. ftperlnl! Tae Mrhiiul HUtrlrt>> ><.. 18 I Is unknown.You Stuffed STANDSalel

$ They day the American public J.L B.\. Edwards Fowler t r. November are required: to appear on I 1 .+ c.. r BIKE' I
12tU 1948 In the above
won't obey a law they do not Clyde ('(meLee named Court and cause wherein I ANIMALS ) 14

; { e f at 't like. How about the income Qnlney. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford SEAT Iifj
+ ( 10-5 Ct 11.2 County Telegraph shall I
publish this 49c
buT People don't fill out Income -- Order In next four weekly issues I 1.98. )
tax returns and pay on IN CIRCI t'r co i itr. nil U>Koiu Witness my hand and official .. COVER : i

'1t 1 l them because. they want te>. A cot\rt.<< '. Fi.oiiiiin ix ciiivIIMY. 8 seal, 1941.nt Htarke Florida, this October I Choice of several adorable :Baked: enamelProlong

,, government that ran enforce Pauline It. Hrclch, Plaintiff, vs. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, the life of your car styles. Safe for baby. 1.29Made finish rita any r
the Income tax law can enforce Louie (Luke) ilrilch. Defendant. A a Clerk of said Court. by keeping your motor oil standard else
Case No. 4003.OItIEM T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida I clean. Let these fine qualitycartridges of best selected Ilka.
s a prohibition law, if It OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 10-12 4t 11-2 ,
do the trick.
wants to.. government\ that AND NOTICE TO APPEAR shearling sheepskin.
STATE OF FLORIDA to ; I - - - - -
: Louie iv rinrrrr - -
01'RT. -
niivDponn -
1H can make 120 million people (Luka) - - - - -
Hnlch whose .
residence la ( Ol'N''' ''''. FLOUIUII is tiiiv. - - - - - - - -
} top buying sugar gasoline, unknown CEIIY.Deady j - - - - - - -

coffee and .shoe can make October You art 14. 1945 required In the to above appear on Mason Plaintiff vs. Maggie 1 R.edyfat
i nam. Nobles Mason Defendant. t"
them stop buying booze. If It ed Court.seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff No. 401la.! Case j 1 7:: Rage J"' liut..tUs Beautiful Roman Gold Metalvstre finish
,0 really wants to. Fifteen million Telegraph shall publish this *
ti t l, young men In thin country In next: four weekly Issues. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Maggie j 1 ;., Heavy OutBROOM/
didn't want to have any partIn seal at Stark my, hand Florida and, this official 15th Nobles unknown.You Mason. whose residence la l I HORlNIf

I this war and did not volunteer. September, 1945OFFICIAL /jfp\
: are required to 'on ,
Hut that made mighty As( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. :3. Thomas, November 13. 1945 In the appear above $3.49

r little difference to the &,0"8rn- Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona" >aeh. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Brlldt"rd'wherein e 1.33 FIRE"'r

ment. A government. that can Florida Atty. for Plf. 1I.28.t 10-10 County Telegraph shall publish this

kI, ,'e "' '' mako twelve or fifteen million Order In next four weekly Issues. clean and EXTINGUISHER
iv CIRCUIT cornr. iiItADFOnn Witness. my hand and official nne
young men! all leave their CO!'fVIT, FLOItlUtl CHAN. seal at Starke Florida this October -" .
) + t home and their fathers and C"IH VClarence. 10. 1945 broom com rtur- Powerful Ur-electrlo. tone.mounting IIdteral!
'1' 'P' s t Jackson. Plaintiff Vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, silly bound with $8.45Discharges all *&
I mothers' and out to bleed Sarah. fixture soluble for
r' go Jackson, Defendant Case AH Clerk of said Couit. five rows of
1 ? and die on world battle fronts No.. 4045 Zach H. Douglas Gainesville, Fla. stitching. a continn*. Completely. wired.
r + ORDER OF PUBLIC ATIOM Atty. for Pit. 10-12 4t 11-2 stream of twent)-4Y. fen
wouldn't be oterfc.jrdened to AND NOTICE<< TO APPEAR : or more. Completely filled.

; ,I' make a few thousand<< bootleggers E.STATE Jackson OF whose FLORIDA address. : Sarah iv nnrriT (-01 PIT "" UFORI) Quart alxe.
hooch down Is: 932 roi'VTY, FLO it i i>tl iCKHY. \ t'HAN- -- - - - - - - - - - _
# stop peddling Conlcman Ave.. Aahury Park. N. J. i .., - - - .,.
", t the bark\:: alleys after dark. You are required to appear on Clarence John - - - - - - - - - - - -
October Smith Plaintiff vs.
1145 In the above ramM ,
Court Elsie Smith Defendant. Case No. Six Hundred Experimental
d cause, wherein plain.
We to
are pleaited announcethat
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County f092.ORPER EVERY ONE. A
+: Sum Is back on the air at Telegraph shall publish this Order OF PUBLICATION .

y 8:15: A. M. each day over\ two In WltnesH next tour hand weekly Issues.. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Elsie
my and official seal!'
( # of America's most powerful at 8t rko. Florida this 19th Sep. Smith whose residence la. unknown. Lionel
You are required to
w4 tember' 1945. appear on
1 tatlomi. IIKAK HIM! (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas November. 18, 1945 lilt the abovenamed CHEJMISTIlV
Aa Clerk of said Court. Court and cause* wherein
''T. Frank'I"ndrull1 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
( == Starke, Florida SET
Atty. for Pit. 1-21 4t. 10-12 County Telegraph shall publish this
,v Order In next: four weekly issues
q Witness. my hand and official seal e I1 It \t
1' 1'tyl at Starke Florida this October 10.

h ? 1945(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ,J. Thomas HOUSE FUSES Stock up at this low price 4c ea. $4.95

Aa Clerk of said Court.

Zach H. Douglas, Oalnesvllle. Fla. 0-cSDAR POLISH ____________________ 49c
Atty. for Plf. 10.12 4t 11-2
APAQTHENTSCENT/ iv (InI'IT roi JOHNSON'S CAR-NEW ________________ 69c
HT. nnI>FI>IU)
Irol'1\0 TY. FLORID,t| IV CNANCKItY. .
Mts e Alice Katherine. Williams Brown. FIRST AID KITS-Contain complete supplies 21c the famousiN.BlTWOSTEP

'!4e Plaintiff. Case v....No Jesse 4079 Brown Defendant IRONING BOARDS ___________________ 5.45 STOOL


> NOTICE TO APPEAR SILVER POLISH _________-____________ 39c
I Brown whose residence In %" Mrs. STEEL
Lettle Key (12 Main Street Moul- SKILLETS-Popular 9-inch size 69c i $3.95
. SEE US trie tleorgia.liou Sale ,

,I, G' ... are required to appear on CLOTHES BASKETS -________________ 2.95 WhlhEnafa.bdHaf110dSMe
November 12, 1945, In the above '
named Court and cause wherein led Step a_ wt
NEED plaintiff minor seeks divorce custody. of CLEANER-Removes. spots, any fabric 77c T<, / /'pMdr
child and restoration of ckthe tills
maiden name Bradford County 91-PIECE CHINA SET Tou'H' like trim good looks Bt
______ 29.95 ant
,Jf K,, Telegraph shall publish this Order modern kitchen stool and 70U'u.e
lit ,I n. xt four weekly Issues.
appreciate its efficiency.Je
Witness my hand and official
t P seal at Starke-, Florida, this Oc-
toher 5, 1941.eOFFICrAL -'
SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
'f> As Clerk of said Court.
"' R. H. Duncan 517 Lynch' Building,
WE HAVE THEM Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. for Pit. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
10-12 4t. 11t

; From $15 Per Month Up NOT.1-1


W. T. CLUTE will 1945. on sell the at 12th private day of sale November the la. Dodge & Plymouth'
tenet of Charles T. Jones, a. minor
In and
to the following described.
land In Bradford County Florida.
to-wit: 600 Temple Ave. FLORIDA
of Section 19, Twp. 6 S. RUE.
Mrs. L. O. Jones Ouardlan
of Charles T. Jones
10-12 4t 11-2

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('RT. "RADRD,, llirs Order. .Jn raph iwxt shall four publlst weekli (: heirs, devisees, legatees 01 visees, legtee* or grantees: Thor. also known a. W. If alive aid defendant and the names and Routnwent quart"'l and W.n 11
L' Powel
r.rL cIAN.11. Issues. o.e. "o B, Ham and wife Emma ; and If dead C addresses of the trustee* of said feet of K* o f North ,
I Wttmw* wiy fcand and official b.t.r scription of said by. .: And If dead the unknown heir., devisees, legatees unKnowl defendant being unknown; Armour quarter of Northeast quarter:
r.ran f PlaaUlf Ca.-JoI'a Heal at ftarke, Florida, tbla OetoD refendant and "i unknown detunct'the; If In ": heirs, devisees, legatees 01 tee M. V. Raley, It alive; .1.1- Fertiliser Works ,s foreign cor Houth halt of Northwest quart** ,,(
a r z, ivfo.OFFICIAL k : un grantees of such d.t.ndant as are his unknown devisees. whose last known addres. Southwest quarter of NortiUMrtr
lie T ( BEAU A. J. Thomas. Kaml..H"r'A! .y sees, l.lae.a dead; John L. Harv.y .le legatee*, or grantees; '.. H. poraton.l' 111.; Howell Turpentine and South half of 3, ,_., .
oP p APPEAR'v As Clerk of lald Court firm and' the.fnd successor Emma O. alive; Hevlere, whose last known ad Company a dissolved Florida west quarter1 of Northeast qujrier
to: WIUlaM'i T. Frank Landrum.. ttarke Florida G. members thereof; An- dead the unknown heirs, devisees, dr.8 was South Bralntree, Mass., "orporalon. ) Dan F. How.l. and Northeast quarter of Northeast
: F Fu n1)A "' aptei" Atty. for Pit. 105'f 10-2 knl. Chrlaten".n whose last legatees or grantees of such d.. I alv.; and It dead his unknown and quarter, and Southeast quart r ?(
\.'hoS .ddr. /' ou"' oh.i5l -' f.ndant as are dead; Chestro C .e.I..a legatees, or grantees Howell, trustees of *al le.ZOU 111 6p52nd nr nucriT < M i r. BnAn oRn J: 'nd' "d"d hr unknown Jarrl. If alive; and If dead hli ; J. Sr.. if alive; a 11 Ion; "" .lwln.I.wl."eComp.ny. quarter ;and Northwest quart?* ,,fbouthvast
:1 : AP rotisiTY. ..0".U U teel. rhev'"..e"4. 'Katees or gran- heirs, deviates, legateei and If doatl his unknown a dissolved Flur"l. corporation quarter of North Vet'quarter
I Jt.P.F ; Calt. on CEIU'. : c.,: nUne rChrlstensen and wife or ':' are r u r to abo'e app.a nam- Eva Michum. Plaintiff, vs Ch I ge. ?known Chrlstensen whose as L. H. \'.;; Sarah Ellrabeth Richardson and. Lewis. M. M. Wilson, t. : T, .R st qiiartnr f Northwest qu rt ,r>
the addre.. wn St Louts. and If dead his unknown W. Mlse snd F, W llud- and South half of Northeant
: whereIn Detend ,, \\t alive heirs, devisees husband William Richardson whose K. c.l'uw.l. |.rt Sii Id9 ?uae. County t: 0.L: 75.lltchum. n.l known and If dead the un legatees or grantees; liny F,. last known addresses were St. Inlton. tll".t...of snld dissolved c"r- "t Sotithw MI quarter of Norlh Vi stiltmrter
this. Order OP PtTBLICATION grantees devl..I. legateor Hicks and wife f"ral.11 O. Hick., Louis, Ma. If alive; and If dead Baptist Home, n foreign mil South half of ttrithwtst >
k.dlvowepUbllh TO'APP"' dead of "et.ndant. as are If alive; and If unknown the unkno"" h.'r.' devisees, lega membership corporation of Munroo quarter of Northwest qui teri
"I.ur W kIU.. STATE 1OTleF to", : Charles Churl'hil. also heirs, devisees, legatees or grantees tee., or ftrantees of such defen County. N. Y.. a better description nnd North half of North hftf| ut
oflcA pner Lee Mltchtim, whose address M'"wynFJC Ti "' (". '- wife. of such det"nlanll as art dants a* are dead; David Rlohert. of said defendant and a better Northwest quarter of tUiullivent
,"l"3!.rk rk') Florida 1st' ASN-3465051B. (86 Engineer 73 ur. alxo known as dead; Chnrles JII. who.. last whose last known a.Mr. wa* address of said corporation h.ln. Mtinrter, and Northeast quart** a*
.r. 3. Thomas Air Service Hqdn. APO 182 <1 Cburrhl. If alive, and If known address was County West Medford, Ma.a., if alive; and unknown: Atlantic and Uulf I.n.1 Southwest quarter; and Wen? J
J I.) A. 10Itma.ter. San Francisco, Calif. rO"d heirs, devisees Maine, If alive; and If dead hl. unknown If dead his unknown heirs, devisees llnor"II.n. a dissolved of South half of Mouthwest 'IL' t .ald Court.k. are required to dants or grantees of such defen heirs, devisees, I"Kat".1 or legatees, or grantees; Churle. to"I' and Taylor K, ttverbv of Southwest quarter; and
l.ndrum. Florila November S, 1945, in the appear above on whose an are dead: Lottie Clark grantees; Rrastus U. HIl. H. Hlchvrt; Huth E. I'.lchertl Susan lew.t and M. H. Ilalloway, half of .Southwest quarter of I
2' I 10.1 la t known address was Los ally and If Rlchert if dissolved corporation rust quarter; and Southwustter
named Court and cause, I IIt as Trustee alv,; and I T. If alive: and tru.t.. .a 11
lor Pi'c plaintiff e. Bradford wh.reln An""le. Caltornl& If alive; and dead his unknown d.'I."a. the unknown d.vl..n. I."a. ; Hr.ldford Hank, a defunct of Northwewt quarter of K. ?
I ELECTIONof Instruction County T.lecrapho shall de.d n heirs, de- legatees or grantees: Mellen M. tees or grantee of such defen Florida corporation, a better IOTr Public herebyWaives this Order in next four publish vlsees. legatees or granteew; Paul HIl. also known as Helen M. HIM. d.nt. .,. are dead.: Amanda Itoblnon Bcrlptlon of said defendant and the Northwest quarter of Son" .-.?.
T, Vounty Florida elec- ". weekly c. Cohenhaner and wife Kathryn .; and If dead her unknownheirs ;. Katherlne Robinson; mimes of the trustees of said rorroration quuittr; and North half uf N'>rlhxt
notice of an No- Witness my hand and F. Coh.lbaner. If alive: and If d"vl""e. legatees or H. Robinson: If alive; and 'Val"r belnw unknown; Hratlfonl quarter of Southeast
In be h d 01 TU"Ada. ) at official dead unknown heirs, devisees. tees; C. If alive; aran- the unknuwn heirs, devisees, C"n\any. li .1..olv.d antl Southeast quarter of SHUMiter
to.- '
lO 194: In ot ...I 8. iViY1"K' V i
number.d 1 P c I a. Tax (OFFICIAL. SEAL fendants as are dead; E. a. Craw legatees or grantees Howe,. dant, as dead: d.t"n.If tlvhee, J. tror C. D. Hla.k. half of Noithwest quarter of N ithx
ot .aid County atI A. ClerkT ot "Aid ) A J' Thomaa.TA' ford, if alive; and If dead his un If alive; and If dead hla unknown alive ; dar If dead <1.R.u''wl well, .. dissolved corporatlon fast quarter; In Section t*; ,<>(
I 11.trlcI1 (tor whltapublC COlrt. known heirs, devisees, said 17. DItlackwell 56, ED, 67, $8 antl 60 In
heu.e Frank legatees or heirs, devisees, Itgatres, or grantees heirs, devisees, I the address of MnutloA K4>
.aid diltrlt. tor Ln.lrum. Starke, Florida grantees; R. 8. Crawford and wife ; Delmar U. Kuril, whose last tees; Caro I). .. and husband being West Palm I>ach: L >t 3, and Wost halt of Ixit 14*
t Clc to .I.ct threa (a) Uy. for 10-6 f 10-2 Annie Crawford If alive; and I It known address was Lowell. Mass.. A. Loul. Scott, Ncot.. alive: and If .1., and the addresses of sul hi Mntl all l.ots IN, 19, and gu; an Il (d.a .. mi.. for dead the unknown heirs I devisees If alive; and If dead hla dead the unknown holm, devisees, h.r defendants. and a better descrlptlon Lot* 31 and 64; In Soctlufi so- t !
(9) legatees or grantees of such de devisees, legatees or grantees legatees, grantees of suVh nf same being unknown: Mouth went quarter of tli>ut h\v >>t
".ulnr tW'e t hol11nc said 11 THBJ COI'HT OF THI(Ol''TY fendants as are d. ad Kdward .; Elisabeth Hutchlnson whose fndant. .1 a* are dead; Henry d.H. Ilrevard Properties, Inc.. a .' tt district the folKinrke JITIMiR. I1I(4I> Crawshaw also known Edmond known Florida and H. Houth halt of Northeast
N'I' as last address was Ht. Louis,. and wife Elisabeth Senders solved CO'Ioralun. ? In.a"r" are appointed: In FLOItlUt. IV Pion',' .. (raw.h.w. and wife Laura F Mo.. If alive; and If dead her unknown If alive, and If dead the unknown \: I..nlon. It. J. \\'ltl. (h... E. Northwest quarter; and Minunn
Estate ofArchibald
: re: Craw.haw. whose last known ad d.vl..I. ..catee. or heir*, devisees, legatees, or 'Vat..n. I..m.n. P. K. quarter nt Northwest quarter <,
T.' ?Pr,10.rc. No. : H. dreen, .. was St. Louis, Mo., If alive; grantees; W. A. ., grantees, of such defendants a* are Wat.on. trustees .. dl..olv.d tcpt 111 acres In North went rtr,, r,
III pra Deceased. and If dead the unknown heirs, devisees as Wllbort A. James, If alive; and dead; F. C. Sharpe, If alive: and If rorporstlon; Live Oak Hunk, a defunct aiitl Northwest quarter of Nurth
i r.e To All Credior'* and P.r..n. llnvInic legatees or grantees. of such If dead his unknown heirs devisees I dead his unknown heirs devisees, Florida corttointlon, a bettedescription west quuiter except 10 Ufl-/vi in
,, ; ;lntonb ( n.m.n.. AKSlnsIfmtit < as are dead; Joseph legatees or grantees; Henry W. legatees, or arantee.j Jame. A. of said: defendant am Northeast corner; and I0a t H lf OF
lnw KsiateiYou .haw. Jr., and wife Helen M. Jordon and wife Lena Jordon th.rman. whose last known ait- the names of the trustees of saidcorporation Southwest quarter of Nort|>wxitiuarter
.C' and each of you are hereby Crawshaw If alive; and If dead the whose last known addresses were .. was K".n. New being unknown; Bradford ; nd Northwest qiiurtr'r or
TM .1 No. 3 notified and required to present unknowl devisees, legatees New York N. Y., If alive; and if If alive; Iflead "Uaml'Ahlr.unknown Company, a belter description Southwest quart.r of Nortp\v *i
,II, ])Demorest Irh. any claims and d.mand. which grantees of such defendants as dead the unknown heirs, devisees,. heirs, devisees, legatees, or granVolncy of said defendant being unknown quarter; and Kast half of N"rtr>,
S, Kendrlck or either of you may hav. agaln.tthe are dead; Myra D. Davis, also It-Katees or grantees of such defendants !t.e.'i J. Shlptnan and wlfs .'Iorhl. Land lorporatlon. a ills. wnst quarter of Southwest estate of Archibal H. Jreen known a. Mlra D. Davis, whose last as lr. dead; George I* !;?' JShlpnmn, If alive; and Florida It ; and Southwest quart** of
lul nrldg".ld.. deceased, late .Id COinty, t'the known address was Chicago. Illinois Joy and wife L 8. Joy, alsn If dead; th* unknown h.lrl. ;r,1 Gilbert, Alfred Hughes, 'nnjr Northwest quarter of Houtp\v ntquarter
A 1eno "t. County Judire of ,lf alive-; and If dead her un.known known Klla L. J" also knownas legatee*, or grantees of such E. Gilbert trustees of ; antl Northeast quarter of
'I TUX di-hovl,PI.erlc No. 0 County Florida at his office In the heirs, devisees, I.a.tee. or Klla L. T. Joy I'alive: and IIdead d"tend.ntl as are dead: Mary Sllva. miration; The Florida .nd Southwest quarter; antl Mouth half
uiitln court houHe of said County at grantees; George I alve; the unknown h"lrl. devisees. I alv.; and If dead her Immigration t'n. n dissolved FlorIda of Southwest quarter! anil Hontli
8 Bennett St.rke. Florida within eight calendar and I dead his unknown legatees or grantres of such defendants d"vl". *, or unkn.wn gran'v corporation the names of the half of Southeast quarter: wntj
Harley month from tie time of the vl.ol. legatees or grantees; John as are dead: W. ":. Knight. II t..a' >V, ,Iky.nna.l"IKt.en.alive; and trustees of said corporation lielni West half of Northwest quarter uf
'I HllllarrtMindrrMK.I first publication thin notice. Dlack If alive; and If dead his Unknown alive; and If dead his unknownhelra. If dead hla heirs devisees. unknown; Florida Railroad Company Southeat tuarter ;and Southeast
: Kach clal. or demand shall be In heirs devisees, legatees or devisees, legatees or legatees or grantees]: Mary I". Ship- a <'rp"rlton. a better descrlpllon quarter of Northwest quart** of
I T<1 Hrliwol l No. !. writing-, shall state the place grantees; Thomas Dlckson, If allve t.e.: Jessla M. Ladd. If alive.ran. man If alive; and If dead her unknnwn d.telHlant and the Southeast quarter; and rJuutPw r
Norman / of residence and pout office addrem ; and If dead his unknown heirs, If dead hor unknown heirs, devl- heirs, tlevlsoes, leg-ateea, or names of the trustees said corporatlnn quarter of Northeast quart** i
p I. Hutchison OIL the alm.nt. and h.1 be sworn devisees, legatees or grantees'; Edward seen, legatees or, IrAnt.el; Daniel grantees; Thomas J. being unknowll; J. L. Southeast quarter; and W* l ha*
Alvare* to be the clnlmant agent, or N. Dlckerson, and wit. Mary Llndsey; Marlon IlnLlndsey whose last known .Iat.ry. Harvey Realty oml.any. a bettedescription >f Northvunt quarter of Nortp\v*>
r I| Nor man attorney ,and any such claim or Caroline Dlckerson, If alve; and If ; Hertle Llndsey I ; I.evl ('ook County HI.. If alive; .and If of said defendant beInsT auarter of Nurthweit quart**; I
.1 (irahnnt demand not HO tied Khali be void dead the unknown helrl. de"I..e. Llndsey; Fred Llnduey; If alve;; dead his unknown devlsues, unknown; I'tirn Water Cornimny ,U; Kast half of Boiitpwer
Tn< "rhn.l l>U MrKlnneyR administrator I of the ]e.tal. dants a* are dead; Tljonian Dlxon, legatees or grantees of such If alive; and dead his unknown tlon, and H. P. ... H. I..a'h. Southwest quarter of Soutpw**.
Wll.dln First publication October 4: 184S: If alive; and If dead his unknown defendants "I are dead; 1', H. heirs, J.VI....I legatees, or and J. H. Henry, trustees of' quarter of Northeast quart**; uno
PvalEdmoiinnon 10-5 f 10-26 heirs, devisees, legatees or grantees If alive; an. I dead tees; F. Smith ..r.n. corporation; Kaley-Hamby Com. West half of Northwest tiuarir nf
6", ; Rlliabeth DI"on. If alive; and heirs, devisees, legatees or known address was WIs.I..t. imny a dissolved Florida corpora. Northwest quarter of North..**,
WI. >. nivert I CIltri'lT COURT OF THM If dead her devl- tees; Jeff Long, If alive; {I aUv.: dR<1 "'. unknown 101. and Thomas II. l"mby. tmma quarter; ind west quarter of rluMth
t Tat Nrhool. Ulslrlet No. 13 TiE seen, 1"lateol. or grantees ; W P. dead his unknown hairs, devisees, h.lrn. devisees, legatees, or gran. Jt. Hamby and L. '0. 11..1. half nf Northwest quarter of Nurth-
mil Andrews F.GITI .Jt'lHrtAl CIRCUIT OF his wife Zaldee W. legatees or grantees: Aaron Long- '...: H. H. Smith, also known as t. of sutd < ; JuU. McNTenny east quarfr: antl Northwest luitrtvr -
Kflley FLOIIIMAl IV "AND FOR II II A n- Dorough also known as Zalden W street, whose last known address '"chard H. Smith, If alive: and If and hor hl.han''llam ; and North half of NortPw.nt
P.Uc. app FORD rOl'NTYl IV CI.'NC""RY Dnrough If alive: and If dead the was Cook County 111., If alive; and lead his unknown heirs, devisees, Tenny, whose last quarter of Southwest quarter: a.rtti
II.I Moody w. H. EDWARDS. JR., unknown heirs devisees, legatees If dead hla unknown heirs devisees, legatees, or grantees; Dwlght M. were Mlnn.apnl. Minn.; If alive; East 3-4 of South halt of N rtn.
llrllhrnnn AND HIS WIFE or grantejs of such defendants as legatees, or grantees; Edward Mo- Hnow ,al 41 I Tli Nrkool No. IB EULA M KDWARDS. are dead; Elisabeth A. noullaa Knight If alive: and If dead his unknown and wit. Maria A. Snow, If alive; devisees, I :; f>r grantees and North half of Norih al iur.ter .
& Japprria Plaintiffs whose last known address heirs, devisees, legatees or and dead the unknown de Joseph V. U' I If alive; and I of Suuthw-rt quarter; and
Clark .vilTHOMAS- folk County Mass., if alv.; and If grantees: J. J. McLeod and wife visees, I..t... or grantees such dead his heirs, deviseeslegatees Southwest quarter of Northrtait
tnwll Carter J. 'tRRT dead her unknown devisees, Smithy P. MoLod. also known asKmlthle B" "r8 dBI>d; Arthur H. aranl. .; quarter of t Tully Norman JAMES H. legatees or grantees; CSuatone Drolshagan. If alive; and If alive; antl If dead his int North half of No)th west quarter of
ET AL, if alive; and If dead hisunknown dead the unknown heirs, devisees, unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,' AND TO ALL PBIUIONS HAVING Southeast quarter; and NortPwentqunrtvr
I Til 11.lnl Utrlrt No.' IeFiord '- Defendants.niLl heirs devisees, legatees or legatees or grantees of such defendants or grantees;, AI/u.t. OH CLAIMING ANY INTKItKST INTHN of, Northeast qmirt of
Irh.. TO QflRT T'TLI grantees; ISrastus B. Duacan, If allve as are dead; David W. MoNalr whose last addr..A"rkton.. FOLLOWING DKHCUIHKULANDS Southeast quarter ;and MautheaHt
H B, NOTICE AND ORDER TO APPEAR ; and If dead bin unknownheirs , whose last known addresswas York N. V., If alve; and If d.a.l : quarter of ; Northeast nuartor of
Kel.yC.ul.y d.vlaeea. Ir-Kateen or grantees Warsaw, Wyoming County his unknown h.I1. devisees, lega Lots 35, 86 and 44, In Wondlitwn. Southeast quarter; and West half
IHtrrjt LewU ) THE STATE OF FLORIDA described ; A. Earsteln Sons, J. L. Fnulk New York, If alive; and If dead his tees, or if ran *; James T. Soutter. In Section 10; The Northeast qUlr. of South wist quarter of douche'
llroakrrT.t TO: The followingnamed & Company; Palmer Uroth"r.; Eurteln unknown heirs, devisees, Itgat.e" Individually and n* Trustee of ter of Southwest itunrter o quarter; and North half of
Hrhool l>U J tl Edwards 8r. named, d..crlbed classified Itearn.; Mosher Brothers; M. Ferst wife Laura V. McNalr who. last poratlon. If alive:con'ny.dead hla Southeast quarter; and Hotitheusquarter Irsn Right of Way of Railway, ni
4. Fowler below to-wlts ; Llppman Uroth.r.; R.J. known address was Warsaw, Wy- unknown heirs, .. .t legatees, of Southeast quarter ot South half of Southwest. tirtrti *;
I))'de Cone (1)The defendants Acosta; whose last known ad- omlnir County New York If alive) grantees, ,.1 .u.or; Mrs. B. A. Northeast 'Iu.rt.rl; and South h.llt and Houth half of Southeast quarter
Galney. following named dr.11 was Savannah O.orgla. a and If dead the unknown heirs, devisees Stalling*, al.o a. M. A. StalIlngs of South h-ilf of Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter lens l( l-
L 10-5 st iiarmrriT who are r..ldent. of the State of better description of said deen- : legatees or grantees of such and her W.'J. mai of toulhw.a quarter; and way Right of Way; anil Kim half
- Florida I : known dants and .ach of th.em b.lng defendants as are dead; Marie lings, If slive; and If dead the un South "oulhw"t 'Ju.rt.r.ot of Southwest quarter of HoutS it
Louis H. Hill, also asL. known If In exiltence; and If defunct Louise McNalr, whose last known known h.lrl. devisee*, legatees, or Northwest ; Section 12 quarter except parcels deeqed to1Magyarl
roinr BRADFORD H. HIl; Emma Pcarce Hill: Annie the unknown heir., devisees, 'address. was. Mlnn.apnU. Minn., If Ir.ntee. of such defendants a. are North half of Lots T and 81; and alLots utid Crawfortt; lit ant-
him, FLORIUAI IN CHAN- Oodwln; Henry Godwin; I."t.e. or successors ef alive; and If dead her unknownheirs Mil Htwarns, whose last 11) snd 41. less Right of Way lion 34; Southeast quart** tfNurth
fj.1.D John Oodwln; A. H. Harley and .uch Iranteol. and devluees, legatees or grantees known .* was of State Hoad No IS and Ulght ast quarter; and Wear rm '
avld Cain P1alntt. va wife Abble 8. Harley; W. H. Smith; ly as are defunct and cole.1v.-m.mb.ra ; John McKae, also known as Oa., If Hive; and If Hav.nn.h.* unknown Way of Seaboard Air Line Railway of Southwest quarter of North we
(rln. Tarwater, Foster Shi Smith; J. A. Howe; Cornelia thereof severally; Martin L. .- John Mcltea, Individually and as heirs, d.vl.e.., legatees, or In Section 13; South half of Lot. quarter; and West half of
irln< Tarwater Cain DefenCie D. Long:; Florence E. Powell terbrooks, also known as Martin L.Esterbrooks I Trustee of Florida Railroad Company grantees; Ada Stewart If alive; and a and 4: and all Lots 1, 2, ft, . west quartor of Southweit <,. .
,. No. 4016 Flynn; Martha A. Powel Woo; whose I last known a corporation. If alle? and If dead her unknown heirs, devl. H. 14. 41, 42 43, and 44 In Wood Wast of Railway Right of W*>i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Luther Powell; Matte pon-of address was Kenosha,, "Win., if allve If dead his unkt *n heir devisees .**., legatees. o" grantees; lawn; also Northwest quarter o' and E.nst naif of Southeast J VD NOTICE TO APPEAR haghan; John, I : and If dead his unknown legatees, cral. ... or successors 8t.wart. if alive; and If Julu. Southeast quarter of Northeas In Section 86; West half of
fATBOF TORDAtoCatha.. Stark.a.. .rnw ltt-fjnunlclpal_cqr.poratlon : heirs, d.vlle.a. legatees' or grantees ; William C.-MSB-IU,. alsn known unknown heirs, devl 1.***, U.ate*, quarter, In Section 14; Lots 1, .2. *, east quarter of Northeast qti.rt *t
a.alo ; ; Mary Ea.terbrooks. also as W. C. Maglll. and his wife, MaryC. or grantees; Lli.* 8. Stoughton, 18, West half of Lot I. Lots. 20 and Northwest quarter of "
Tarwater Cain 110-A Seca (2) known as Mary EAterbrook. Ma.ll. whose last known ad also known a Loul.. Stoughton 29, West of I.t and Lot. east quarter of Northeast i
t. Blakely 'Island, Mobie. Llllle Mae Andrews, also known whose last L addre.. wae 4re. Evanston 111., If alive whose last addr... wa. 39. 40, 41, hal. and West hal of Lo and) West half of Southwt i' M rof
a. Llllle M. Andrews, If alive; and K"nolha. Win., If alive; and If ; and If dead the unknownheirs Cook County 111.. If alive! and If 46. In Woodlawn: In ItLota : Nurtheat quurtr; and Northeast
Ira ire required to swear n Jt dead her unknown Itelrs, devls -* dead her unknown heirs, devisees, devisees, legatees, or grantees dead her unknown heirs, devisees, 87 8*. 4. 48. 51, and 62, In quarter or riouthwtst Qi' M rof
bur 5, 1945, In the aboveCourt >_s, legatees, or craltee.; Char- legatees or grantees: D. R. Edwards of such defendants as are dead legatees, or grantees; Daniel B. Sul- Woodlawn; Section 18; Lots 18 Northeast quarter; and Northwest
and cause, wherein lea H. Balloy. If .; If dead If alive; and If dead his unknown Manuel D. Mana"lan. If alive; and II/an. If alive; and If dead his un 14. 15, and K, South of Graded quarter of Northea.t q fl . annulment. Brad- his unknown devisees, legatees heirs devisees, legatees or If dead heirs, de- known heirs, devisees, legatee*, or Itoad; and all of 1-ots 1. 18. 1 20 and South S-4 of Eat n-lf of
County Telegraph .hall rjubblt or .rant.e.: B. Bal.Y. grantees; D. H. Edward. Jr.. I vljiees, legatees or grantees: GeorgeMartin grantees; Minnie P. Taunuarry and 29. 30, and 82; South h.lrot Northwest quarter o f Boith* Ntnjuarter
Order In next to.1 week- whose addre.1 wal alive; and If .nd wife' Ulliabetb Ann rtelr.f Walter II. Tauquarry, Lot and al of Lots 48. &8. 66. ; nml West half of Northwest
... Utlca, New York If alive; and If heirs, devisees, legatees, Martin, If alive; and I dead the and If dead th* unknown 68, and 60, 82. In Woodlawn 1 quarter of Southeast qtiartrr;
ine.a my hand and oflelR de. her unknown heirs, devisees, tees; M. E. Edwards. If arver:4 unknown belr. devl..e. legatee, heirs, devisees, legatees, or gran In Snctlon 17; Lot 69, In Woodlawn: and Southwest quarter of (tatutheasr -
Htarke Florida atee. or rantees; Laura M. BIsMll if dead her unknown or . a* tees, of such defendant, a* are In Section 18; l"tl '. 2. 3. 4, S, A, ft. quarter; and Southwest b... 145. and her husband L. E. BUsell, sees, legatees or grantees; Car are dead; Delphlne Mattlsnn. whose dead; Mary A. Taylor, If alive; 11, Id. IN, 84. 36, 46, f6. 61, and 62 ; antl South half of Houth half
.. ) A. J. Thomas If alive; and If dead the unknown M. Etter, If alive: and I last known address was loche.ter. and If dead her unknown heir, In Woodllwn. In Section ID; Lot. 6. of Northoist tiuarter of North went
t 1. of .aid Court. heirs, devl..e. legatees or grantees wnkaewa le1r. de..a. taeatees New York if alive; and devisees, legatees, or grantees; 6, IJ 15,' II.l 17, ID, 10, 20, quarter ;and Kast half of Norlh iit
DUhean,, &1 Lynch Building-, defendants are or ",; If alive; unknown heirs, devleees. legatees Charles W Thomas, whose last 29. 80, I, 35. lit 87 North hal quarter of Northwest quart** r>t
Aty. tor PIt. dead; Ett* Oalltson Bllnn and herhusband and If dead his unknown heirs, devisees or grantees; Oermaln latlaon. known addres* was Rockfort of Lot 8H. all Lot* 44, 47. 48, 4It. Northwest uuarter; and tfoutri h lfof
I ..0.26IRflT Charles P. Bllnn, Jr., If legatees, or grantees; Bell whose lait known ._ Maine If i.llve;, and If dead his un 60. 53, 40, 113, and 84. In Wood Northwest quarter of Northwest
alive; and If dead the unknownheJrs A. Floyd. Individually and as Administratrix Louis. Mo., If alive; and If d.adher known heirs, devisees, legatees, or lawn: in Section 20; Southeasquarter quurter) antl South half of Northwest
COIMT. BRADFORD devisees, legatees or grantees of the Estate of David unknown heirs.' devlneel. legatees grantee.; lames Thorpe whose lat nf Northeast quarter am quarter; In Section > All t>t
PIRVrY. I'LOK.\I IN CHAN. of such defendants as are Floyd deceased, I alive; and If t grantees; Miles known address wu* Lowell. Ma*., East half of Norlhwsst quarter oNortheast the foregoing land belns; fcltustrfIn
dead; H. Bostlck and his wifeMary dead bin unknown heirs, devisees, and Company, a better descriptionof If alive; nnd I dead hi* unknown '111\rt.rl; and "outh"e.t Township Five (6) South. Kan% Hliiud. Plaintiff. v John :. Bo.tck. also known as M. legatees, grantee*, and successors; said defendant belrvjr unknown, heirs, devisees, 'legatees, or quarter of North WON! quarl.r. Twenty Two (22) East. In UriMlfor-tf
Ilar Defendant. Cae Na I. Boatck. .. last known ad David Floyd If alv.; and I dead, whose hnt known address was tees; J. M. Truby If alive: ald.ran. cept 10 acres In Southeast corner; County, Florida;
Berrlen County Georgia.If his unknown h.I. ... legatees New York. N, Y., If In .""l; dead unknown heirs, d.vl..I. and West h.-ilf of Southwest quartert (IREETLNa:
RDER PUBLICATION alive; and If dead the unknown or wrantees; David Floyd II If defunct the unknown devlsetui I.gat.e. or grantees; .. Lynn ; and Southeast quarter of W. II. E'lward*, Jr., ami M* v )r
SD NOTICE T0 APPEAR heirs devisees, legatees, or grantee whose last known address was"e. grantees, and successors Turner, 'l 1"0 known a* Alfred Southwest quarter; and South we." Eula M. JOIwards havlnu fl| d In
ATE OP FLORIDA to: pte of such defendants as are Wlnthrop, Mass., if 1"4; and if .aid firm and the members Turner,' and his wife (,uoln. L quarter of Southeast quarter. o t thl. Court their .worn Hill ot Complaint
D, "'"lard. whose addrees : dead; W. F. OodwUi *jndwife Annie dead his unknown devisees, thereof severally; LaxaruaMohr ner, whose lust .. Northwest ,quarter; and Northwes In this suit, the nature and
111703 81". S.r. Co. 'n. Lou Godwin, whose last Known legatees, or grinteea; James H. individually and as Trustee were Chicago. III., If alive; and I quarter nf Northeast quarter of purpose of which I* lo determine
No 96 Po.tmaBtel. San address was Berrten County d orrla. Foes, and as Trustee, whose lait known address was dead the unknown devisee. SouthweHt 'Iuarlr: and. South hlir th* title of th* plaintiff* t<> the
,IOd, If alive; and If dead the unknown and as IIlvlualy.Trl.t. Woodlawn Syndicate Chatham County Georgia If alive; legatees, or grantee* of such de of \\.rht Southwesquarter land herelnabov* described t<* begtioil
o. v required to on heirs, *.toees, legatees or and-his wi. Lillian W. Foss, and If dead his unknown heirs, fendant, a. ar. dead Jamas H. tlh"anil of Southwest an'l sufflcltnt absolute fi, >
b.. 6. "HJ ln grantees of such defendants are also known Foss. whose de" or grantees; Cor Tyler. If .; and If dead, hi* quarter of Southeast quarter simple title, to have all clalrn* n Court ald eause, abve dead; Bostlck-Oodwin Company. *. last known addresses were Cambridge delia & Monroe, whose last known unknown heirs, d.vl.., legatees, and Northwest quarter nf "oltb' Interests of th* defendant* and
knrf f.ek. divorce. Bradford better description of said def en- Mass., if alive: and If dead address was H..he.ter. New York or grantees; Wals, If alive east quarter; and West ach of them In and to al 11' T'ltgraph a hall publish dant unknown; J. H. Bostlck the unknown devisees, legatees If alive; and I dead bel*unknown ; and If dead her unknown Southwest quarter of Northens passed upon and] determined. to
o.r In next four weekly and belnl. ? Godwin partners doing or grantees of such defendants heirs, devisees, legatees or aran. heirs, devline*, 'legatees, or gran, quarter of Southeast quarter; and remove cloud* upon the plaintiff '
under the and as dead; Woodlawn Syndicate tees; 3. L. Morrison, also William who.e last Southwest qusrter of Northeas tltl* to laid land, to quiet and eon-
, J"." I?y band and official .ty'bu.lne.. ot Bo.tck Oodwln: Naomi a better r.. description of said J. F. Morrl.". If alive; and If dead .n.'n address wVJor Ma**., quarter; lr. Section 21; East half o: firm th* plaintiffs' title tb ir to.anil .
lr" r C.1.11"8'? Florida. this Oc- .; and dead h.r firm being unknown. If In existence his unknown, devisees, legatees .; utd If unknownheirs Southwest quarter of Southeast In which bill of cornl>lalr>t the
unknown. haln. devise.. lel.tee. : and If defunct the unknown or grantees; F.' Moulin. If allve d.vl..e. legate**, ar .ran. quarter; In Section 22; All Ilocks plaintiff* state that th y > llevtbr
CL"L SEAT.>) A. J. Thomas, .; A. L d.vlaees, I.wate. grantees, ; and If dead Ills unknownheirs tees D. W. W.lman. whoe 4, 5, and 6, and all It lock 10 except are iivrsoni. Interested Ih ths
r. ot h, Court.Oalnesvllle. aTlve- and I If his unknow."tin heir. of said firm and the deviseex, legatees, or grantees known ad.r". It. 1.11. Mo., 816 fet Kast and W".t by 210felt land herein Involved and hrloahove -
[ Fla., devisees,..a or *rantees'Lee members.thereof severally and collectively ; James K. Murphy. If alive; If alive l"d I dead unknown North and South In Southwest described whose r m* .
oull"n. leate.
] Plr 10-$ : and If ; Edwin 8. Foster, If alive: and If dead his unknown heirs, devisees heirs, d.v.e. legatee*, or Irln. corner tind the Methodist unknown to them, and havlnfr further
I 1.% dead his unknown heirs, devisees., and If dead his unknown heirs, devisees. legatees or, grantees: U. tee; Norton D. W.rkh.I..r. ":Episcopal South. Mrs. namtl therein certain p rtm*,
Irrr Bn DFORD or. grantees; M. L: "ra legatees or araijteeejThomaaS. Mu.e and wlf. Eugenia Muse If live; and If dead hi unknownhell' II. '] and Mrs. A, I.. Godwin firm* and corporation* a*
PLOIIIDAf IN alive; and If dead his unknown If alive; and If dead his alive; and If dead the unknowl devisees, legatees, or Iran. all ctIm : k 14, and the Houth hall by nam* o them, the Mild] ._
, CJAN.LIM'r heir* devisee", or unknown Foster. heirs, devisees, legatees, heirs, devisees, legatees grantees Mary P. Whiter If alive of 15, all In East I.wt.y. as tiffs, but a. not known by them,
i Jpl ,tlff, vs. Henry grantees; Frank N. Br /1"n"wf and. or grantees; Neil. W. Frank and of ouch defendants .. are If dead tier unknown devisees per plat r.cord.d In the pnbllorecord th* said plaintiff*, whether lr>*y t
"' Case No. 407*. wife. ElmJ LaJune Bra"baw. allve husband If alive; de Matilda Nelson If alive; and legatees, or grantees; C. F.Whltlock of Bradford County.Viol. any of them are dead or allv*, nas
"ER 0, and If dead the heirs.devisees I, and II dead the unknown 1.1 unknown helr." devisees and wife Ellen C. Whit- Ida. In Section. 23 ; believed by them, the n*
sn OTII PIT'LICATION ; legatees or grantees of suchdefendants I legatees, or 1.I.t..a. or grantees: B.Noyes lock. If alive; and If dead the unknown North half nf the Southeast plaintiffs, If living, to be Interest*
AT OF to T-8wt. are B. Brow I' vl..e. as are dead: Martha C.Frlnk alv.; and if dead her heirs, devisees, legatees, or ter of the Northwest quarter In th* property snd premises hrIn <
FI.RIDA N. ComIhol and wife M. .B. dea. If alive: and 'd.tendant., .: and If ded lier unknown unknown devisees, 'elatee. grantees of such defendants as are the Wet 420 feet of the i.n. Involved and herelnanov* j
Camp Wheele. Qeor1CnJL If dead the unknown heirs, devisees.eaatees heirs, devisees, legatee, or or grantees; Oeorge W. dead; Ervln H. Whln.y. who.e last quarter .f Southeast scribed and. If dead, tohav !> < .
or grantees "' .uch! de- grantees;* dalllson. also known as Oeorge W. Mason,' whose known .d re. Homervll. Northwest quarter. In Section Interested therein:
" r. Charles last known address was Mass.. If .live; and If "
re'ulr.d to' appear on endants[ a* are "ea dead A known as Anastasla C Oalln. I III.. If alive; and If, dead (lcalo. known devisees, ., or 24; and commencing And havlnsr mad* alt persna hav
19JS.. ln the above. Brown. Jr., If I alive; and If dead 1.11' I"late. ing or claiming any Inter**! lj the
orcrant" and ol
devisees N. Northeast
legatees grantee at the corner
lecatee. heirs, ,
rs -
d devisees legatees Ib.n Wilco.
"Iff ...i ? cau.e. wb.r.ln unknown heirs, ., .. L. Overlook whose Marie whoe sbov* described land partlw* <>%-
Mary ,
.k. ". Bradford or grantee; Thomas '._Bur1r'n' .-11- Pees; Harold Oalllson. If aJlve: ; address Cook wif known address WIU.o.was Northwest quartet -t Northwestquarter fendant to the .Aid till ot runt-
raPh his unknown heirs, devisees. last known was. D.trolt. of and running
OtdTr shall publish known as Thomas and If dead plaint;
o in i next four no T. J. Eurrln: and his wireTeanette legatees, or .rantees: Katharine County. I1L. If allvsf and If dead Mich.. If alive; and If dead the unknown South to land t.nL2 H. Hill, thenceWest
weekly known as also known al ve; and i.r un\lown heirs, devisees, legatees heirs devisees, legatee*, or on line of land 760 feet And having demanded! fro >v-
In"8 and E. Burrln.also known as Mrs.J. Bartet Oall.on. I heirs, de ..; M. Packham.It grantees of such defendants a. are South 830 . t 800 Clerk of th* Circuit Co rt in
Iy h.nd tennett Burrln. and If dead If ;} alive; and If his unknown dad; Orttndo B. Wlllcox and wife North 1000 feet East 489 t.t., for Bradford County, Florid* tn,
r r :{. Florida. thl. Oe.ALttEAL . E. Burrln. If alive devisees: legatees 'lSTlll.VfflndlTldtt.lly and. a. Executor Heirs, devisees, legstees or grantees Julia K. Wlllcox, If alive: and If thence Northerly 1000 feet East 184 making at an order requiring.uck>
the unknown heirs defendants B of Katharine I M. E. Padgett, If and If dead the unknown heir*. dvleee, ef beginning. In Sec.tlon. persons and parties to appv.r to
) such the Estate ; alv.1 feet to point
J Thoma. of of thlr aald bill of
or ItaUY. dead his unknown _. or grantees of such de- complaint unona
Court. T. Burrln If alive: and If dead I 1.11. 23 and 24; containing 3d
Thomas R. !
as arc dead; dead John H.WIla. day not ** than twenty l
Oal.on. Parrlslt a* are ; ht
unknown legatees legatees, tr grantees or las. Houth half otNorthw.
hi.' heirs, acre more ;
p'tndrum. 8tark.. Florida .- and d.a his d.vlse. I if and If dead her "nd wife/Rose Lewis Wll- day* nor more than sixty days frotw
1 or ..ran.te. and successors unknowl ..' of Northwest
IG-I It 10.21r d.',. .at.. : and ; grantees. alive; :Bl I alv.. ... legatees gran- Uam. alive; and If dead the unknown quarter; and quarter Northeast quarter of th* date of th* making* cf salat
..: Reubln J. Durril. I alv. d.. tha H. I heirs, devisees.legatees I lees;, Helen Jose p b I n e Par.ona heir, dvle.s, legatees, or.rant.e. Northwest quartet except 8H acre. order:
< BRAHFOHD It hi. Inklown Reu.b.n dead her ; M.BMbirt whose las: known ad y. | 'N CJAN.a'; 1ec.t"" dead or " Eatr'c.Oil- Rochester New York. alive; and C. J. Williamson; L. L. WI. Southeast. corner and a piece of that each and every the d f**> I F. Burrln. .t aJv.1 ald I and dead her unknown devisees ; If alive; snd If dead and' above named, dlgnat*<4i .104
.. 1e.a. and If dead the unknown It land feet North and South
n.r.Palnttt. vs. WH- ''hi. unknown T. Burrlnan" n.rt. if alive: devisees, legatees or legatees, or B. A. unknown heirs, devisee*, legatees, I 860 84 Eat and West lying Wtof fled are hereby required to a.
I! r. Case i te.. or .rante..: Rlub.n. Burrln. hen.such defendants as are Patty, whise last known addresswas or grantees of such defendants a. Htat* Itoad No. 18. less I 24acrs herein to the plaintiff*' bill ot ....
' gER II., wi. Caroln.the unknown 5I.SBarah J Oteasmi and husband' Middlesex' County Mass., If are dead: P. K. Wllion. I alv.1 on Ea.t .ids blnr In North plaint herein filed, on the) 5tj ditof
:ATRNOTICE TO .lv. or OlTKt E. Olea.on. If alv.; alive; and If dead his unknowniclrs. and If dead hi. unknown d. Half of Southeast quarter of Northwest November, 1I4S, and that IIordr
APPEARIt" . devisees.tees le.atle. .Ir.n. dead the unknown devisees, legatees, or gran- vl_.., leg. *... or grantees; J. 1C.Wllcon qu.rt.rl In M.cUol 2(; Northwest b* published In the ftru
1 FLRIDA 'to ht, of such de.ndanta and wifeCilia. and If i.gatses or grantees of such t..a; Emma Paul and husband and wlf Laura A. Wll.on, quarter of Suth".t quarterof ford County Telegraph, a new p t
'. Oeneral lead: John W. : and It vl..e.. as are dead; C. P. Oou- lo.epfc E Paul If alive; and It al.o known as Laura Wilson. If allve Northeast ; Southeast published In Bradford County. )
. homluvll.. O'orgla J. If belrs, devisees, ; and If dead th unknownh.lra :
: to B.hnel. heirs, d.vl.eea. d.t.neanl Lula B. Qouger. If| quarter of Ida. once a week for four c o t;
. appear onc011Jv dead the J grantees of such de'endants legatees, or grantees
; IUS. of .uch *" ? If dead the unknownill's. .gatees or d.vl..e. of Northwest quarter; and Wait tlve week*.
In and
the above or grantee dead Daniel Peaody. of uch defendants a* ared.adi
egatees are ;
Cam. legatees or grantees as half of Northeast quarter of Northeast WITNESS my hand a. CIerth
"tiff ;JV{ an cause, -wherein endants a. are dead; Hector d.vlsee la.t known Erni.t C. Wlr also known
dead his, unknown such defendants as are > whose quarter of Northwe.t quarter) >eal of .aid Court, .this 4tn uorof
' If of
" l Jorc. Bradford ron. If alive; and ... le.atee. or H. Draper, If alive; were Alton. New Hampshire andItoneham C. Wrier whose last and Northwest quarter of Northwest October, 1845, at Stark*, |n tn
a. deadWilliam
,.Ielrapl n 1 heirs, d..I. Mass., If alive and If known a ldrs was Vermllllon
Od \ publ.1 Campbell and dead hi, unknown ".Ir.. ; quarter of Northwest quarter; County and State aforesaid.A. .
le four ) grantees; James H. whose last Sevlsees or grantees: W. dead his unknown 1.11. devisees, County, III., If alive; and I dead and South 2-4 of the East half ofSouthwest J. THOMAS.
wife Helen CampbelU I." dead' D, hi. unknown devisee., legatee ''t my hand A Cook County. rinJeVi If Vllve: and If his egatees or quarter 'of NorthwestSuarter Clerk, Circuit Court.
. I .ld ottlclal known WaR the unknown' devisees, legatees 3eabody. whose last known addre.s *, or grantee; Lottie A. Ship- ; and Northwest quarter of County, Florida.By .
I, 1 ::5'ke. Ilorlda. thl..Oe. .. It aUY.; and ..t. Sr heirs A. Oudger.whose wss Stonoham. Mass., If alive: and man If alive; and If dead her unknown .. quarter except 10 a.r.. Lucille Crosby,
unknown heir.. d.,18. I.late. grantees; H-rman his unknown heirs, h lr., ; legate**, or .
L known address was It dead d.vl.e.. In the Southwest and Northeast Clerk.Jo
'Itl"ttEAI d ) ..J. Tloma. or .ante.. ot de.ndan. Is, it County, N. C.. If .live: or grantees; William P. grantee*; Mr. H. P. Hhlpman, It a- : quarter of .orner" quarter Hill William., Stafford OsldVwell.
are .a' Oeorge A. of saiaSefendant Buncomb. hi. unknown .- Peabody whose last known address < five| If dead, her unknown heir., >f Southwest quarter; and Southwest Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
lo jndrlm. 8lrk tIor Ida < . description|f ,In ." and I I..atee. or .., Bryant was Alon. New Hampshire, devisee., legatee*, or grantees; Ana.tasla. quarter of Southeast quarterof HTAT" OF FLORIDA
unknown Irant. It alive If dead
being his ;
10-2 un' alno a. H. n.n It alive; Olll.on. Southwest quarter; and Southeast BHs'OIlD COUNTY.
Irn nd It deunct thl H Our/an'u. known a. Bryane lelrs, devlfeee, legatees. or grantee her *, devlcees, legatee quarter of Northeast quarter M% r liy certify that (he .T n"RT. BRADFORD known Ie"e..d.grantee. rtalu.. .;" Individually and as *; Elltn A. ..body. If alive) or Ir.ntee.; J. F. Morrison, of Southwest quarter; and Northwest >*.- *>r i Ry.Y. FLOR.O.,_ .'A .. and .uccenor ther"ot, and If dead h. heirs, who* addre*. was 3038Ruckle quarter of Southwest quarter airueorreet copy of the Nt/Mcfi*
( :. frm .nd the m.mb. wit. SsSS-ii Wv.r''nd'We.-d': & levlsees, I.oatee. or grantees; J. Street. Indianapolis, Ind., nf Southeast quarter; and Southwest ANJ) ORDER TO APPEAR ll>nue |
"Cr. B r I "n. PIAlntlttt t hapman and Eta .. 'ecate.. A. Peter. I al".; snd If dead his If alive' If dead hi. unknown heir., quarter of Northwest quarter In th* above named caune. n an,
)albo 40- n .dn.on. Def.'ant.VI C. Chapmn< who.. .a.t known. v., ;r"fe.M.7t..uch d.vIAe.ddendan'. a. unknown d.vl..... legatees,;, legatees or grantee*; Live of Southeast quarter; and pear* by the flics and rcor l ot
' dre.. wa. St. Loul.. I al d.' S. Ifauve or grsntees: Wilhelmlne Itlchert'hllllps. Oak Brnk a defunct Florida corporation east quarrer of Northwest qusrter. my office.
\'PIPR ,j PCUUCAT1 an4 d.. the unknown .helr..uch are dead; Sherman If deadI hi.Oulfol. If vllve; and If dead her ; Florida Development Cor .if Southeast quarter and West AVItnes* my hand and offi>lalal
TF'I SOTI F J APPEAR I..ate.. or .r.nte. ; and I..ate.. or .n. unknown heirs, devisees, legatees "nraton. a dissolved (nrporaton. a half of Northeast quarter of /outh. >* at t. rk Florida thl* 4tH ilaof >
2rlnfrIXRJDA) to! Lucius .. .1. dead: Eb.n..r, h.11 devisees ndvWf. Alice or grantees; Edward M. I'otl. d..rlpto. east quarter; and North Octob r. 1849.
b Nn.on Hc- 3-c A-B. E. Chapman .nd 8u.l. addr... t... Chari. Hal the who.e last known address fendant nams and addresse Southeast quarter of Northwestjuarter A. J. THOMAS. |:
. 0 1., 8an Bruno. Call"Vi'7 wbo.. .a.t known : AI Hal alv. d.YI'.I. ioston Mass., If alive; and I dead of the trustees of said corporation ; and Houtheast quarter ofSouthwt CUrk .Circuit Court, Bradford:
. 'r was Oxford County Maine, .alv.." a. his unknown heirs, devisees, less- lelng unknown; Bradford quarter of No th.a.tquart.r County, Florida 4Hr3Alk
to onr and If dead the unknown helr.vlsee -. .r.nt...Frank W..b de.ndane. sea or grantees; William Powell County Pmnk, a defunct Vlor"1acorporaton. ; In Section 27* Southeast Br Lucille froby. Deputy Clerk.
"b. in appeal *. legatees or g'- nte\orcja; are Hal. I also known a* William Powell a better description of luarter of Southeast quarter of
\tt i>ek. and cau... wherein defendants as are dead dead: \.. aZmpell. and I dead bis unknown h.I" C I
divorce. Bradford If alive; and if



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