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 19, 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: VID04937
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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",bli'll bilge the wheel numerous Sgt. communications and.soldier." line Folks between back home family 1\I'J: :.SE .:'_i_--I____.. _.___ T .!:!:OR A. II .\. 'Tn .!9, 19-1 ____.__ ._==____I _IIII1.1 _______ii_ NUM iVfl-Th'U .; !

a ill one of hoats at soon learned that In the event of

alt ided, Mindanao.upon 10lh the to P'lpplne I 15th serious way to trouble notify the the quickest sol die, surest r Is Sgt. Godwin Home T. J. Griffin Steps Down' After 44 Years Tornadoes Bow 'I

the FiJi
frOm t.le high through the ARC. In addition to

iun't.btJ''d l and for III haml"!POWon Thl, I.. "An"fore the- acquainting the ARC cablegrams the.GI with certify the facts the, After 4 Years As Seaboard Station Agent In StarkeFiftythree To Ketterlinus h lit

facts to military authorities and
shipping' with the same rim and or demerit from the company -
I"" 'ouiforrk any Immediately necessary without action can the be further taken In Jap Prison boss Is a long time. It's a record I -- The fact that he beganhis In Close Game T II

credits are pass to be proud of-a record that career with the Seaboard and

,. done in this m-w' war Investigation that would other feW'' people In this fluctuating I L has stuck with the company ever ; ::1 \ I '

,uv", ,.. wise be necessary. -- ,-- -- ever-changing world of ours can since gives him the unique position l.1 In .a, game that was so evenly

,.Hie re Several boys in our company boast of. That's the reason it of heading the seniority list matched it almost became a stalemate Jt : ;
ers tWtilltp .
throw had their minds set at ease concerning was such a significant occasion I b ____ over the entire system for the. Ketterllnua High of St I !
home conditions ax a result position of station Augustine wrested a 7-0 decision I i i
in on Friday, October 12, when T. agent.
|rPCtion posies! of of 'prompt, dependable ARC J Griffin Starke's veteran Seaboard In March HMl the company over BUS on the Bradford Park ;;. :
action Pfc Llmual Michael Gon- gridiron last Friday night. 'j "
i Americancross Railroad station I agent, presented Mr. Griffin with Its ''i ;
[ ln zales La., was given a furlough reached his 70th birthday anniver- gold "Fifty Year Service Medal" Breaking away early In the I. i I

the enroll home when an ARC cablegram : sary and "stepped down" In accordance with the statement that "This first quarter, Ketterllnus scored 1 'I'Ili; 1!

you've certified that his child was dying I : with long-established medal Is a token of the appreciation on a reverse play which netted a li\ I
and his wife was too ill to W 30 yard run, then kicked the
heard( care a policies of the company that this company feels toward and 11,
y few dtGI3 Is. for herself and the baby. It was just another case where H HI you after a long and happy extra point. From then on it was '

I While we were I In New 1 a personality haa come to represent association, as well aa badge of nip and tuck with neither team I

that on Guinea, our ARC operated fur- fen institution In the mindsof Its affections, and.! we wish to biding able to produce, although

ole sit has lough centers In Australia, providing the public, and for many residents congratulate you upon your many mis threatened three times, losIng -

|well job. board and service (Including of Starke the name of Griffin years of loyal and efficient ser the ball twice on fumbles and

Dixie DhlHlon the ARC loans) to the men on w# I and Seaboard are almost sy vice which has contributed BO once tat the end of the first half
IIblle overseas. was like leave "down under" \t our nonymous. His i emphatic and I I much to the Saab 0 Q, l' d Spirit, when Tornado touchdown seem-

|%Ue had a Field Director air strips some of the 23 IIO sometimes startling habit of answering which Is so well known to all ed Inevitable.

_ of HuntMvllle, Pa, girls operated a ntatlonury and the telephone with ahearty patterns of our line.," BUS played a good defensive

|of??tolll'8lJ118 a civilian several peepmobile canteeim. "SEABOARD! was significant . When Mr. Griffin "stepped game, ,but failed. to click on of- ....

ilways classified him In The latter joeped right up to for ever since that hot down" last Friday, Misa Annie rense aue to the fact that many'"

Dd 8 along with captains, returning bombers and fightersand August day way back In 1901 Darby "stepped up." She has of Its first string men were out
when he first set foot In Starke, the freshly painted depot stood of the lineup.' i
lh his pay was some- nerved the crews, exhiiuntcsl!: been with the Seaboard for 30 I

Ie'[!!. He' had an office at from long hours, cramped In -- "Tom" Griffin has symbolized almost alone In its present loca- years, holding the position of first Meet Itolles Today J'I f

D Headquarters( and was cold of high altltlltleM" with' hot Seaboard in the life of this com tion, Mr. Griffin believed that trick operator for much of that Journeying to South Jacksonville .

by an assistant field dl- coffee, dou g h nut s and( "nanclwlchcs. Platoon Sgt. Wm. F. ((1111)) Godwin munity. .Starke had a future, even If Its time. Miss Darby Is Mr Crlf.fin's this afternoon, the Tornadoeswill i

In eaeh of the* Dixie'sllnfantiy arrived home Saturday after Starting his railroad career asa sow mills (then the leading Industry sister-in-law, so the Seaboard meet a fotmid able Holies
being released last month from a telegraph operator In Greenville ) gave out of lumber. He ,
regiments. Most All during Pacific tour the office will Htlll "klnda be in Military eleven In the first and I
our f'
time there were 23 Red Red Cross provided us with innumerable Japanese prison camp where he Fla, In 1892 Mr. Griffin felt sure that Its growing agriculture the fumlly", only out-of-town game on the :, j
had been held since the fall of first became at Aucilla would sustain the town
[ glils on the I aland. little necessities. After an agent Mr. Griffin hits been too busy I1HS schedule, Dollea Is favoredto 1
it Wake Island on Dec. 23, 1941 He When he arrived In Starke that i and could visualize, a thriving win ,
among the wolves, as island had on the basis of Its 48-0
invading one we no the to
arrived In Jacksonville by plane day 44 years ago he recalls that 'community, filled with Industrious throughout years develop '
I These people served! asetween GI PX for three months. The victory over Leeaburg and a 40-0
and Saturday, having been flown the first p&rson ho saw was a and moderately. prosperous any hobbles such as hunting 01 win
home over Admiral
l1 Ion ARC came In on D-D.iy and during Oakland Calif. via. Washington out citizens. Of fishing, and he's already beginning Kamgut (St.
that from man on a bicycle who turned course, he nor any-
to them Petersburg) this
i and It nii those PX-less three months season. -
D.: C. to be W. E. Davis, who obligingly one else ever dreamed that anything to wonder what he's going I
of their W1S will enter
t'HIIl most the
|cn distributed 60 tons of Including game
supplies member of the Marine his to Jo with all his time.
A Corps took the newcomer under / as evolutionary: as Camp spare with fewer than usual f.
,,5. razors, blades, soap, tow- Since March 19JO Sgl Godwin wing, obtained a house for him, islanding wouhl' enter the picture, Those who know him bi-st con and could casualties
Knell was on the U. S. els and so on, ad Infinitum Mostof was with the.First Defense Bn on placed the key In his hand and : but that's jut", one of the many sider It a safe bet to say that score an upset.

Transport Cape Canso our personal belongings were Wake Island where a handful of told him the rent would be $0 things that Mr. Griffin took rightin he'll be found., more often than Probable starting lineup will 'I
( us from the States lost in the landing and the ARC : be: Thomton. LE; Weldon, LT
shipped ;
Marines held a savage Japanese per month. A far, cry from the stride, handling the situation Ui nt. still "hanging around" the
I,rily after departure from supplies were a Godsend. attack at bay for 15 days before $60 a month rentals that are the. with, the cool efficiency that hoaj i Seaboard office where his feet Holtzendorf, LG; Johns, C: Miles!: '

1-itlc Port of Embarkation The Red Cross does a bangupfob succumbing to overpowering odds. average now! I given him a record of 53 yearsof have trod a wtll-worn' path for RG; Godwin, HT; Edwards, RE;

rributeii\ to each of us a : In the hospitals over theie. Sgt. Godwin was taken first to a Even In that early day when service without a single rep-the pant 44 years. Turner, QB; Harley, LH; Norman -
low Komfoit Kit contain- ..._ FBi Conner, RH.
Every day supplies are distributed prison near Shanghai and later - --- -- -- - -- ... .
lip, tooth brush and tooth to all patients and a rec. hall Is transferred to Osaka. lIe has

|cigarettes, candy and gum, operated for the convalescents gained 40 pounds since his release Denmark Plans Lt. Com. Lex Green LI. Col. Sternberg Teachers Complete 4

"housewife" (GI expres- All this was accomplished in after dropping to a low Due Home On Leave '
Red Cross
sewing kit) writing ma-
spite of the fact that the Red weight of 00 pounds during his

[las and other donation little comforts.from the Cross people were up against confinement.Sgt New Building Lt., Comdr. R. A. (Lea) GreenIs Guest of RotaryLt. E. K Perryman chair
shipping priorities, shortages and Godwin Is now visiting his expected to arrive at his home
fig, W Va, ARC chapter. other uncertainties of combat, just mother, Mrs. WF." Godwin, and here today from San Diego, Calif., 'man of Bradford County. Chapter.

'8 were tied up att'Panama like ,the rest of us. However,)they brothers, Henry and Jqhn, In John H. Denmark, ,of Jackson- where he landed Monday aboard Col Ben Pter berg, regU I American;' Red Cross, announced

lell,was responsible for get- persevered with admirable' forti- Starke, and his brothei"; and sis ville has purcha. ed,- through W. the USS WcaC Virginia. For the mental executive&: trirtcer'with-. : today" tht iu*>e,1eaChers'and the" .,

I1 pint of Ice cream apiece, tude and always' managed to get ter-in-law, Mr.\ and Mrs. J. G. T. Clute, Realtor, the Eddie Davis past three''mohtH ho has served I First Infantry Division, was a 'county nurse have completed the

,Ye!? you think that wasn't their services through to us, no Godwin of the State Farm, while plot on West Call St, next to overseas In the legal office at : guest' 'of the Rotary Club. at, its Accident Prevention. Course for

p!e booster! All across the matter where we went Several reporting at Intervals to the hospital Darby's grocery Pearl ,Harbor. '. luncheon Wedn e s day and ans- Instructors given by Harry A.
|he arranged recreation and wered many questions of interest i Kenning, field representative In
months ago Mr. Knell told me at the Jacksonville Mr Denmark states that he will Green, who lust year accepteda '. i
books and On during nn Informal forum period First Aid. Water Safety and Accident -
pd games. Air Station to ,
that to his knowledge eight ARC start construction of a building commission on the staff of the 'I.
hpected New Cale- following the luncheon.Col. Prevention for the South- '
on workers (5 men and 3 glils) have house the local Denmark Furniture 14th Naval District command at .__
e arranged a six hour shore been killed in action and numer- Gen. WainwrightMay Store as soon as he receives Honolulu, told San Diego news- Sternberg Is the son of Mr. "I&uern .itrea.
l,,1'8> were not off and 'Mrs. Nat Arthur R. )McRae\
permitted eroils others have been evacuatedto title. I men that he hopes to be out of Sternberg of Starke Superintendent
IT Pfc Elbert Zoblosky so hospitals. Of course, the number Visit StarkeThe the Navy soon. and Is now on a brief furloughIn of Public Instruction, and
[Her could see his brotherIS the States before returning to Mrs. T. II. Osborne, Supervisor of
is undoubtedly several times Officers Elected
: When asked If he would re-
stationed( on the Island. possibility that Starke a new assignment In the European County Schools, are enthusiastic
that by now. enter Green that
tally, this proved t 0 be might be honored by a visit from New VFW Post politics, Theatre. A West Point graduate In their praise of the material
of the By long he Is In uniform, he"can't
as as
>y'B last furlough for he This In just one pli.ine General Jonathan M.\ Wainwright, In 1938, Col. Sternberg was used In the course, Judge Perry-

fled: In action last Novem- Red Cross work have but It is some Famed commander of Corregldor, Bradford County Post No. 4319 answer that question" and assigned to the First Division man states, and the teachers are
added that for present he Intends -
thing that I seen myself.I was seen in a letter received here Veterans of Foreign Wars, held the while It.waa still at handing in planning to Include Red Crows Accident
fqncnt to our arrival In will leave It to others!! to (ell\ this week by N. D. Wainwright, Its organization meeting In the to return "to law practiceand 1941. He went oversea In Au- Prevention and First Aid

[Guinea the ARC of the blood banks, disaster"' aid, legislator. farming at Starke". 1942 and took In courses In the educational
built and Jr, Bradford County Legion Hall on Thursday night, gust part campaIgns system
W the "Dixie Dugout" services to prisoner of war, the Several weeks ago Mr. Wainwright Oct. 11, and the following temporary that took him through of'the county.

k {train' 0000 to 2300 .dally work In ravaged countries, and wrote to the General expressing officers were elected: Methodist ChurchThe Oran, Tunisia, Sicily, Normandy, In view of the fact that there

ria l arranged movies, the work at home. Hut I can admiration for his recordin R. G. iCidd post commander.Al France, Belgium, the Ardennes, are 6,600 accidental deaths annually -
of whatI the Rev. W. J.
band concerts speak with authority and congratulationsupon pastor, Central and the Rhine-
meetings, the Pacific Carlisle senior vice Germany In the schools of the United
d nd nerved sandwiches, have seen over here, and I tell his safe return home. Kay Churchwell, has returned from land. States, those teachers who are

lotS and coffe. The Wug- you now, without hesitation. This week Mr. Wainwright received commander. Ocala where he attended a "set- From his wealth of Information participating In this. program are
Red Cross dollar Is John A. Sorenson Junior vice
chilly a large pavilion) that your the following letter written up meeting" of the Crusade for concerning the European situation, to be commended for assumingthe
i addition, the usual club well spent. from the Ashford General commander. for
Christ visitation cam palgn on both during and after the war, responsibility teaching
I. Including a tool lend- It's a little early, I know; butI Hospital In West Virginia: W. A. Edwards, quartermaster Col. Sternberg answered many safety to the children of the

flange and an amateur hope you remember some of this Mr. N. D. Wainwright, Jr. Robert Green chaplain.J. evangelism. Every church in questions that were fired at him county, Judge Ferryman said.

lean shop. when the next Red Cross drive Starke, Fla. R. Glover of Orlando, for- Methodism Is taking part and the In rapid succession. Among the Those completing the Accident

[Knell always stressed that rolls around. I commander now doing goaiisone million soula to be 1 opinions expressed was his belle: Course Mrs. Ellen
-- --- Mv dear: Cousin: mer state _ L' .L _, ._ . ...,.. .. 00 ......_ .. A'A L -Prevention-- _d _. _are:.. __
organization worK, conducted me uuucu LU tile VJiuivu jrcm* inai Miner aciuauy Oleo in uerlln Law, Mrs. Vli. H. wen, ana airs.
Struth I think I can so address you installation of officers. Topic of the Sunday morning and did not escape from the Eva Haroutuntan of Starke; Mrs.
[ Buys Mrs. Hightower I I feel that are probably a
for you The next meeting will be held sermon will be "The ConstrainingLove country as many people believe. Ola Perkins, Mrs. Muriel Norman,

i on St. Home Mrs. :Mattie L. Hightower died descendant of the to Wainwright the United Thursday night, Oct. 25, at 7:30 of Christ". The evening Ool. Sternberg also described the and Mrs Louise Crosby, of Hell- '

at her ome In Lawtey Wednesday who migrated after the American o'clock In the Legion Hall. Veterans service, starting at 7:30: p. m., will difficulties of setting up an efficient bronn; I* H. Futch, Lawtey; R. I ISi.

|and Mrs Prank E. Wilson morning. Funeral services, under States Just time of all wars, with overseas feature familiar hymns. EveryoneIs military government In a ). Turner Brooker; Miss Edna

old their home on West the direction of Key-McCabe of Revolution at the same went my to service, are Invited to attend. Invited to take part. conquered country and told of Dudley. Hampton, and Mrs.' ,L. L.

n The St., to Mrs. Lou Tatum Jacksonville and with the Rev. great great Unless grandfather I am mistaken, Church School at 10 a. m. witha the schools that are now being DeLoach, Vanderbilt.

lek to Wtlnona are moving J. L. Norris, pastor of the Baptist Boston.are a descendant of John Payments Made class for every age. Prayer established and In which It Is

va 1 Jacksonville where Church in Lawtey In charge, you Wainwright who came from Cheshire Meeting each Wednesday nightat hoped to reeducate the German At The Tabernacle
purchased a home. at 3 m. today (FrIday !- To Unemployed Here 1::30, followed by the service
Struth will\ be p. England at the same time youth to the ways of peace. lie
and two children Cemetery near The- men's party. Members and friendsare Cpl. John FIrmey of Camp
) In Hope John went to
We ancestor did. not of the
into did possibility
see any
the house within my
Payments of Unemployment urged to attend prayer meet- Blandlng, formerly associatedwith
week or ressa. the Car llnas while my German people being able to rearm -
pt went to Massachusetts. If Compensation In Bradford Countywas Ing and also the party. the Young People'a Churchof

Curfew To StayAt. Peter I am, correct In this assumption, made in the amount of $41.50to Bible Story Hour each Tuesday for another war within the the Air, spoke at the morning
t Church service at the Tabernacle last
distantly related. one male and afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A good foraeeable future.In .
we are very three persona
He also assisted at the
r, Water, Everywhere but the City Council Meeting In any event, I am happy to two female, during the week endIng time Is assured. accordance with a recent Sunday.Soldiers' Hour In the afternoon
several men from to see The Youth Fellowahlp will meetat agreement with the USO, It was
night hope
04"' l Is the title of Tuesday have your letter October 6, according to an and In the vesper service at the
the pasesage office at visit Florida late In 6:15: Sunday afternoon In the announced that Rotarians will
when I
the Provost W, B. McKln-
this Sunday at 11 you which announcement this week from the recreation building. A snack will assist in the operation of the camp hospital.
met with Council December or early January with his violin, and Leonard
t the First Baptist Church. Camp Blandlng the 11 present intention. I will Florida Industrial Commission. 'be served and a good programhas club facilities this Saturday night ney
members to explain why Is my and Edna Noegel, bringing solos
I the thfrd in a series of o'clock curfew on service men keep your letter at hand, and These compensation payments been arranged by the newly and duets, added spiritually to
'', October to visit Florida materialize ,I contln u I n g to Increase elected officers. AH young people Clerk-Typist NeededA
Oddities of could not be- lifted at the present should plans are 'I the service. An old music box
I Testament.'. The evening time. Col. Minlkes stated that I will certainly, get in throughout the state. Classifications I from 11 years of age up are with Its hymns echoed through
Hour i is at I to which these paymentswere Invited to attend. clerk-typist Is needed at 205 j
hour with
of Evan- there was an M. P. shortage touch you. the hospital In a cheering manner 1
With song would made In this county during t<:. Call St. for a 40-hour per week
s e r vice and and the curfew Very sincerely yours .
alnglng, The Camp that week include a shlpfltter, a Move Large House position. A local person l. desired -
pastor's meat -
Wainwright, I evening Cpl. Finney
t have to stay.Presbyterian J. M. Sunday
T t 3 0 will entitled telephone operator and a cashier. for the place, which Is under I
vocal and Instrumental
In Full." General, United States Nelson T. Green, Bradford civil service, and applicants may] brought

'Y School Army. Mark'sNext County cattleman Is having the apply or telephone 08 between :1 numbers to a large audience. ,1 i .
meet at 8:45 to St.
Hklng large house belonging to Mm. H. and 5 p. m. dally .'
the offers
!re are ClaMea Home Christian The Presbyterian Church for Sun- Pecan AuctionsTo Sunday has been designated C. Wimberly moved from High- Brooker Carnival '
for and dePart- the following program In all land to property he recently purchased
all Sunday" Epis- HomeMr.
will "Youth Buy Dowty
at'at ages. Training Un- !Bay, Oct. 21. Sunday School Begin 'Nov. 6 as Churches and will be observed ) Just south of Mrs. W. B. The Brooker Junior I High
6'15 Jeanette
: to dlacus.the with Mrs will hold its annual Hallowe'en
9:45 School -
""venes, meet at : at St. Mark's with the Swanbom on Road 13. The house and Mrs. E. J. fowling, Sr.,
Of Christ's Sal- Young, Supt. Morning worship first auction sale of I that It was necessary -. carnival at Brooker on
pecan the
Unions The having charge of was so large have bought two Iota on the
for all toteaday be held at 11 a. m. wUl be held young people Oct. 27,
ages are service will and Saturday night
current season it in sections
the the choir and In assisting in read- to move corner of Call and Orange Sts..
with the sermon by the subject pastor, at the Starke Farmers' Market: on Ing the service at the morning : the first portion was brought to from Mia. Edna Dowty. For the A chicken plate supper, hamburgers -
our at 7.30: u the Mid- Rev. J. L. West on the Tuesday, Nov. 6. Other sales I the new location Wednesday .' present the property and the hotdoga and drinks will
:tr1 to of Worship.' The public "What would I do If there wa.sgiven I will be held each Tuesday there- Douglas of Jackson- As soon as the house can be house: there will be rental prop- be old by the ladles of the PTA.,
att needhT ed to me again the days there are enough Ens. Harry Other outstanding features will t
rJ f the after as long as former leader of the put In condition again, Mr. Green erty and Mr. and Mr. Dowllng
Week with praise;; have wasted?" of pecans to warrant an auction. ville Beach. a work In the Diocese and his family win move from plan to paint and redecorate the be a baby contest, bingo a coun-
ItIUll1ony, questions! and In- Music Is under the direction The sales will be held under young people' Sacrament their place near Saxton. Mrs. interior of the building at this try store and an oldfashionedcake
I4Iks E. E. The '
A cordIal welcome Mrs. E. M. Davis with. Mrs of the Florida Marketing will speak. walk. ,
lii! Every the direction will be administeredat Wimberly will make her home time. Later they may build a !.
1\11111 Who choose to worship Lansing as choir director. Board with County AgentL. of Baptism with them. home on the Iota Everyone la Invited to attend. t '

hozne.lI1ake the Baptist their one' l.. Invited to attend all ser T. Dyer assisting. this time. :

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1 b '(Andrew Friday afternoon.Mr. Oct. 22 Last Date Plenty of ShellsTo Life Edith GaJPlayl ra.ldn\\! \ F'ltzc

k I. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and Mrs. Troy Andrews and Be RealeasedFor Subject of Film

tt\ family of Morriston and Mr. and For Filing NamesOf Booked at FloridaThe and 1'IesdllY, \\

1871E. Mr Bryan Lynn and children of Trustee CandidatesAccording Game HuntersDuck Thul""A1. will >be ""rAlong" <
r, EHtabUshed attended the funeral of /tarring
Alachua other small screen offering of the Flor- ROber
__________ Editor and Ovvaet pheasant and mlng
L. Matthews ... George Johns Wednesday.M. to ann 0 uncement hunters will have plenty of ida Theatre Sunday and Mondaywill sad tt2abetb 8co

; F. Wiggins and Lefrle Johns made by Arthur R. McRae. Super- game shotgun shells on hand be the technicolor production, Picture V11a the

\ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second Class Matter made a buslnetts .trip to Jacksonville intendent of Schools, Monday, Oct. I this 12-guaRe fall for their favorite sport, Wilson", which won six Acad- and his Itr\: \ who story had 01

.; at the Poet Office at Starke Florida. Monday. 22. la the last day on which peU-1 to an announcement I II' emy Awards In 1944. To manyUlOVlegW into 72 \1Agl\ speed
Edwin Sheppard. RM 1-e of tions KO filed with The according %vv* +_.VtA. _d.._ ___.__ whose. onl y view. n time of teve .. hOUh.
I may ------ -
) Waabington ujr I 0
i . . . . . . Rev. and Mrs. Gu Groover andmall Jacksonville NAS spent the Mr.week and of Public Instruction giving the Just Office Issued of Surplus in Property, Department the White House has been in includeBishop harl:' p Dryly
end with his parents, on ,
of Jack- names of persons to be placed I' of Commerce. newsreel flashes, this film has aytd, slbger
daughter\ Carolyn Belep
Mrs T. H. Sheppard. the ballots as candidates for offices It to life as the scene of
; New River sonville were dinner guests of million rounds of 12- brought
ft ; Rev. Fred Dodd and sons, Jonnie Trustees in nine Bradford: Over 40 aa its
as love story aa powerful At
I I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews and die shells, frozen for military a Broker 5cb
school guage
and of Mldlakes were tax
Donny special Illustrious.
,',' Ry The School family Sunday. ,County since the start of the war, will principals were
. C S . e e e Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and trlcu.i be use sold this month to dealers The picture reveals the intimate Dr. J, C. \cner of III
r Mrs. E. A. Sapp. within ford
a Sunday afternoon Candidates must reside United States of Hpklth
children spent the 11 details of the courtship Unit
f Rev. D. A. Greek of Jacksonville Emory Jonns. H. L. Johns andBeland i districts and throughout Brookerday. f'chool 1V!
with Mr. and Mra. Lawrence their respective I at
Regional Offices. Wilson and Edith Boiling 10
his regular appoint- Johns made a business Woodrow a.
] 1 filled electors paying October!
and family of Clayno.Mr. .must be qualified 19. to
Wiggins The
ment Sunday morning at the and Mrs. Hermle Kelly and trip to Gainesville Friday.Hampton. taxes on either real or personal Sales began on October sold Is of the Galt, a romance that rocked eumlnaljlDII of the make low
i Long Bridge Christian Church and Petitions are to be ammunition being to Its foundations. For pupils T
of were visiting the capital tent8
children Lawtey
. i . . e used by are
e type
also of Jacksonville e e standard commercial req
tri Gun Groover, be
Rev. qaulifled
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and signed by at least five "bird- the same pen that was writing presebU ,
S ; I spoke Sunday evening. family Sunday. electors In the candidate's dis hunters and Includes both grim warnings to Germany In the
and son J. C. Wynnof shot" and "buckshot"The
C. C. Wynn tense days before the first World
Hampton were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Moody, trict.Three named major quantity of the shells also writing love lettersto
Y and Trustees will be War was
and Mrs. Albert Moody Mrs. M. C. Sweeney
Mr. Ilj
Kerce and family Sunday "blrdshot" or 1
s' Mrs J. M. small son and Junior Thomas' e. e e. . e s e e. From each district at an electionto are loaded with the woman who waa to playan rJ1
of this witha
Friends shot
afternoon. 1-8 ounce No. 8 chilled in as
6. history
4 Loonle Tuesday, Nov. Important part
} community will\ Interested to were visiting Mr. and Mrs be held on standard powder load of three
ri know that J. C. Has a discharge Sapp and family In Raiford Sun- Mrs. George Williams entertained drams. The remainder are loaded I Alexander Knox Is seen"as Wll- '" KEEPTHEBe AND

from the army after serving al- day. with a party at her home Sat- Program of FSA with 00( "buckshot." I I..
most four years. Wlllard\ Wynn .Mrs. Maggie: Kelly has recently OPA ceiling price on "blrdshot" Radiant Health
urday afternon, honoring her son, Paid Fine TributeThe The Sign of
'' rq also has his discharge fram the returned from a visit with Mr. Howell, on his 5th birthday an- Is $1.07 for a box of 25 shells and QuSckToTiBronchi.T

Coast Guard. He and his wife and Mrs. Grady Kelly and familyof niversary.The Progressive Farmer a magazine on "buckshot", Is $1.38 for 25 -ore
and small daughter are living In Tallahassee. In its
r little guests enjoyed out- for farm families shells.
New Smyrna. I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews door games and after admiring October Issue contains a very fine

) Emory Johns' and H. L.. Johns made a business trip to the State Howell's many gifts, refreshmentsof I tribute to the Farm Security Ad- Binnie B. Sapp, Jr. .

; '' ; :+.: were the first In our community Farm Friday.Mr. fruit punch, candle cake, and ministration. Many people' are held Chronlis bronchitis( an&
A to kill hogs. They carried their and Mrs. M. L. Johns and candles were served at a table on not familiar enough with I this Funeral services were I :your chitin cougtfxchest la cold,or 5
i cold In Mac- were visiting M, L., Jr. in who give 26 at Geiger Cemetery In Zephyr- y.t treated and you
I meat to the storage family the spacious lawn. All reporteda helpful group of people Jr. who afford to tea\( han e1Vthl!
Binnie B. Sapp, ,
a Jackson- hills for T
clenny Saturday Hope Haven Hospital In very pleasant time. their time and advice to farmers' t" cine less Potent than Cn
.w Curtis Dukes", and Gene Andrews ville Sunday. needing It to help In keeping their died at his home after a lengthyillness which goea milt to the sea
to Gaines*' S. L.. Crews and eon Bobby Miss Madelyne White of Belle- obtaining farms In St. Joseph Hospital In trouble to l Ae1p loosen and .
; business trip and
made a farm homes laden
} to LaCrosse view is two weeks hereas Tampa. His parents were born DlI" and aid B
: business spending of
t di{ vllle\ Monday. |. made a trip when they do not have one soothe hsalraw.tender
in Brad- .
.' td O Lt. Guy Andrews and Mr. Dodd Thursday. depot agent, relieving J. W. their own.'Bradford. and lived for many years bronchia) nucoua( Jnembnii
of Rockledge were visiting Guy's Linda Gayle Moody of Lake Butler Home who la taking a much FSA is head- ford County. He was a grandsonof I I I : Creom ion blends bee
the week-end with Mr. needed vacation. While here, Miss County's the late L. B. and Mrs. Sherleyof I creosote tjf) special process
l G. W. 'An spent O.
Mr. and Mrs. L.
'I parents, Supervisor, time tcsUfl medicines to
f and family White is located at the home of ed by County Brooker.
Satur and Mrs. Joe Moody toad It
drews and other relatives Miss Madge Whig- FLORIDA LIVER TONIC I. d.slgn.d contains no narcotics.
and waa accompanied home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pearce. Hazen, with Services were under the direc- nature restore that Vigorous teellng.enoy r No matter: how many n
I 1, day.Mr. P. J. Johns and by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchettwere ham Assistant. tion of Rouse Funeral home of | .d only when your hver. cauied act nor bybULou.n. you have Cried,tell your tr.
U and article mally.. Wearino' cell t>
in the you& tt1of\ Creomu
JI, 4 visiting Mrs. Johns' Chester Moody shopping recently In Jacksonville Also complimented Inverness with Rev. Hartley of .... and that miserable run-down the
r children were undemanding t
U" h O. W. Andrews and Reddish are the teachers 0 f vocational the Christian Church of Zephyr- ladingre u.ually'rell..v.d within on it you mm
parents Mr. and Mrs N. A. Con- "No hour by the use of this pent). acting way quickly allays the cot
r Sunday. I Andrews made a business trip to Mrs. Wallace Jopling of Lake I agriculture for it states, hills In charge. itlmulator. )ICaep It on your medicine holt mating r et end sleep,or-
nor Mr.of and Midway Mrs. Carl Nettles and Gainesville Friday to the live City visited her mother, Mrs. AnnR. group of workers Is closer to the Pallbearers were schoolmates of for the bottle benefit now! of-any the Drug whole Get have you:* jjioney\ back.(Ail
: ; and Mrs. Guy or" doing a sounder job from Pasco County your
son Elbert, spent the week-end .In stock market. Guy on Saturday people young Sapp
: ''' with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mra. Buddie Patterson of Lake returned with her for several than the teachers of vocational High School. -
4, iSit,, ;( Nettles Midway and Mr. and Mrs. 'AlfredSweat. City was visiting Mrs. Charlie agriculture and In no part of the Survivors Include his parents
k .{, Cowen Friday afternoon.. I and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and country Is the work as importantor five sisters and one brother; Mrs. ITNfOtR
j ? Par- Jacksonville valuable as it is In the of hills, Mrs. R.
? Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green and Curtis Dukes and Herbert daughter, Marie, of as Iva Geiger Zephyr
{ p daughter were visiting Mr. and rish have recently vlMted the pro- spent the past week-end here with South." C. Bellamy of Hernando and Pat-

r.. ' Mrs. J. S. Snowden and Mrs. duce market In Jacksonville.J. relatives. sey, Betty -Jo, Gloria andKennethat
Ethel Johnson Saturday. K. Douglas and son Howard, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn have Health Board WarnsOf home. .

i'' ' Rev and Mrs. D. A. Greek and were visiting Mr and Mrs. C. E. returned here from Missouri \
where they have scentseveral Oysters FromContaminated I ... .-. I
i, 3 t months. J. C. has now receivedhis WaterThe U. BRAGGAccredited try t heTAVER1

army discharge and will prob- Teacher

EFFICIENT ably remain in Bradford County Florida State Board of
Violin &
Ill* brother, Wlllard Wynn has Health in Jacksonville releasedlast BLUE
I ' of conduct and dealing with better been discharged from the Coast week a list of areas from -

,i' ( thoughtfulness and economy in all our Guard also. which persons were urged to be << Pupils Contact ,ro'

,, n'I ,,, f serving-these mark the reputable R. J. Brown, Jr., of the Coast careful when buying oysters. T. J. MLKCH.V: 112 EAST TENTH STftEET

I quality of this well known firm. Guard recently visited his parents These sections were condemned 406 South Walnut St.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. because of improper disposal of .
-, ..;.-..
O. -------
W. Bragg
dr Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May left sewage In the vicinities or some or

Tuesday for Washington, D. C., .other practice which Is considered WIS Main streetJ.K'koooll'Ule.
.I where they will visit their chil- detrimental the health of'oys- Florida .,' SHRIMP OYSTERS. STEAKS

a'..; .i,1 DEWITT, C. JONES< y* dren, Mr. and Mrs. L.'H. Lambert ter-eaters. "'CHIC!(EN OWNERS PLATE LVKC&TRY
I and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe V May.
+ f, AMBULANCE SERVICE Jacksonville, St. Augustine and
Miss Madge Gay and Miss
named in this
k Funeral Director Hazel Brown of Jacksonville spent release Fernandina but were the Board said this r I a ---.----""" -...

q 1It STARKE PHONE 7 the week-end with relatives here. week that diAn't mean there were",
Pvt. and Mrs. Hayden Patett
t Our local funeral home enables us to and children spent several days. no safe from.dealers Certified In those dealers areas are to fOR ACID INDIGESTION ONE OF OUR SPECIAL

*, i offer conveniences and services not at their home in Salisbury N. C. buy
sa' to be found In all areas and they
t "3 otherwise available.We Mrs.: Jettle Whyte and son, '
+ with the health depart- '
; r Charles Dees, left this week for cooperate ?'5\\ FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS
ment in keeping their productsfree
furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and Tampa where they will make their from disease germs. I /, .

b ;, 1i accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY com- it home. Friends of Charles gave a from Bradford I A LS 0STEAKS
;! yr 'Many persons -
farewell for him Monday
paoy; as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
night. County make trips each oyster
carries '.
no obligation. CHOPS
season to places where they are 50cCarpenter's &
I e . e e e . e ___ I>ienuxui and they are urged uy ,

WoodlawnBy .he Health Department to buy Drug Storr -

,, /. >nly from certified dealers.
,:; : :-r "'. /.

;/ .. ,_"_..,y .... u 't'-;.... ___E- u.. Elma Crews -
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e. e. e. e e e e.

GIVE YOURSELF A DELUXEbedcwave We had a wonderful revival Coca-Cola
YOU CAN this ? Have
meeting last week with Rev. E. E. Can you tie . a
Swearlngen of Jacksonville'In

charge of services. A nice crowdwas

present each night,
We are sorry to report that L. iiliL1 I

t, P. Rofuse, Mrs. 'L.V.. Page and # .
Mrs. Melvin are all on the sick r f

PERMANENT list Miss Audrey Crews was a Sun

day dinner guest of Mrs. Myrtle

AT HOME IN 2 to 3 HOURS Van Zant ., e Y
g Don't forget Sunday services,

l both morning and evening." Rev.J. 1 yh + 1

a O. Raulerson Is our pastor and
its s
; 25 the church Is located three miles

West of Lawtey. Everyone la invited -

to attend.Heilbronn.

PLUS ISc TAX S e. e. . i e. e.

t +; By The ,School,
r AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED . i . . e e . e

Mr. and Mrs. Noah W. Jacksonof

+ a CREME Camp Blandlngvare spending a
furlough with his parents In Tenn-

? CO.LDNow essee.Lucille '
_ Brown. Alslne Crews

J t you can give WAVE Shirley Harley and John Benny

1 yourself a genuine Sapp are back In school. We still .

case cold wave at home with new TONI. have several out because of 111-

What a difference this cremt wave solution ness.Mr.
; makesNewluster..neweasyto-manage! r d + and Mrs. Charles Crews of ,
l l f flti Jacksonville were their
> softness '. a genuine beauty-salon type ?
permanent that combs out into deep-set d parents this weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. Raleigh Conner
longer-lasting waves and curls. Takes I"sl a.,
were visiting Mr and Mrs. LeRoy
f rdl, 2 to 3 comjortablt bon at home . easy as Ark Norman Sunday.Mr. back again to an old family custom l
f putting your hair up in curlers! Insist on e d and Mrs. Raymond Watersof . .
TONI CREME COLD WAVE Kit containing Palatka "
spent some time recently ,
t7, Identical ingredients used by beauty with Mr. and Mrs. Leon He knows he's back at home base when Mom bring in the Coca-Cola r

salons for cold waves costing as much as Norman.

I 1 : $13.00 and more. Try it. Guaranteed toatisfy r roc. Lenzy Crews and Vlnnon Nas- from the family refrigerator. All hands gather 'round and the reunion /g /

64 &. oya worth of South Carolina!
+ $ or your money were
+ visiting their parents recently. starts off with refreshment. The words Have a Coke always strike the '

r7i ak M.+a.rsI Jmgktir t TONI COLD '
Miss Warrenetta
;r;,' VA VE. You'll It Shrilled"ul frt.J oj lb.null. cleaned up a ball park Knight for a Sun-has old spark'of familiar friendliness. Be sure there's enough Coke on hand .

boys day afternoon and girls ball had a game.wonderful The at your house. Get a supply of Coca-Cola today. abbre/1"o0

,4 KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE time last Sunday; so come over "Cocs.Cola"1bd reO"tendao Its
'. tA
i 4 this Sunday at 2 p. m. and we OTTIIO UNDII AUtHOIITT OP Tee COCA-COLA COMPANY IY 'Cot. whiCb c
will have another ball game. >P

53 1. There was a mistake last week., STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. r .
The party was for Lucille Knight

,. instead of Lucille Brown.
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cheese cloth. Just a cozy homey Rev Wilkinson elao . . .. . . ..
made r 5 maternal grandparents; Mr. and of Hllliard preached for us at of Starke were Sunday dinnergut'at.
atmosphere for my dear children. There Were many flowers In Mr J. M. Bradley and Mr. and Pine Level Sunday. of Mrs. Robert Myrick and

lay'Hi"i Friday we had a Columbus bl\y" the cemetery and money was collected State Farm J. H. Hundley, respectively, for a Attending the Lewis family re- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor.
was I"1'A to
program. no 000! for the four acres. week Clinton returned to
Bradley union In Klngsland. Ga., from this Mrs Robert Myrick was visit-
meeting. We will have it litter will fly Mrs Itrjan Uhltflnld
Burgess that be
dl tin .. .. . because of the death near by. We to stake oft ftJdd.lot. I am going . . .. .. . .. . his home In Jacksonville Sunday. section were Mr. and Mrs. H II. ing Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake I ''
That will
. . wy Sunday night dinner guests of Lewis, Mr. and Mrs E, C. Lewis ,
COMES: KID rejoice because. A. Hendry 18 I be a peaceful place to lie and wattChrist's BIKTIIDVV PARTY Mr. and Mrs. H. K Tyus were Mr. and sons, Reid and Meade Mrs. I I Geneva Sunday afternoon

Y pE.T1I\\10051: OF l\IORN-I i I back from St. Luke's Hospital in / coding again Mrs. I Williams gave a partyat and Mrs. C. C. Thigpen and their Bishop Thomas and little son of I I I Mr and Mra. It M. McRae are
Jacksonville where he
rut: Fltl&'l PS MEET: has Mrs. J. t., Strickland passed her house Saturday afternoon niece and her baby of Jackson- Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. W C visiting their son-ln-Iitw and

[I1 OJ.() full week. I tested and X-rayed The CPU- away Thursday morning and was | In honor of the third birthday of villa Connor. 'I daughter: Mr and Mra. A F. Hall I K''
busy dren were so happy to have their
Nen little setUe- home burled Satu\'day. She wa born her son Wayne Quantities of hibiscus Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanleft Mr. and Mrs. La von Alvarez in Jacksonville .:;'\

our homecoming at daddy hot far froiA tHe home where she and tithonla were used In Sunday for a short stay at I ____ ____ , ,'J,
'{I'e'had A coupleh I T. A.' Brinson is in the St. tiled and wes QZ years old. When decorating the living room where their Fairfield, Tennessee home. ,

ch Church cold we had Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville young! she Was' II school teacher. the exciting opening of the gifts I C. I). :Mobley spent the past \

were so school house. I I, He is to undergo an operation. Rev G. A, Prevatt of MlrtdlebJrg. occuried. Refreshments of ice week-end with his, family at Sanford t

fires! In the sash curtains Somehow I feel so badly he it 111 a life long family friend, preached cream and cake were served' in I

ttJng little\ made of and life can never be the 0&JaQ the funeral.. The pall bea'erslwere I the dining room where the table I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes of I
our until I see him pass the school Robct t 'aylor, Rev C. Wllk- was centered with a beautiful Jacksonville were visitors of Mr I M 1}

house again in his little blue (car Inson, Jack WilkInson Fred Lang, white cake with trimmings andi I and Mrs, ]\ti. R. Holmes last week ,
:( RELIEF FROM going about his turpentine busi Carson Grifjj and Arthur Wilkinson holders of pink while the candles'!' end.

f Dlstrtll ness. We shall all pray for hla were blue. Graceful sprays of y .: _x* Ail
St ,
CH ULCERSEXCESS speedy recovery.The Her life Was fitting ample coral vine placed at Intervals on . I. . .. .. .. .

ACIDTgeofBolneTreatrnanttilat pecans are falling IJl'lct of goodness AS kind hands of the table further carried. out the

taste pretty good. -! like to go her pupils and neighbors filled chosen color scheme. Each place LAWTEY

out under the trees, pick them Up the grave. filch shovelful that fell was designated by an individual .
Cost Yse represented me the :cake, iced In white and topped Ily Mm. Mamie Crew ;" i .
II'ltWIII and sit down on a root to eat & many good _ t
WJLLAR D she with a single blue taper. The little . .. . . _ r
,.JIIIOII ttiwtnf IIOld t..r relief. of them, then watch the beautiful deeds ji tad done. Some were {
c dst yrlelna fromat.e'.ctierc.l sunset, after my day's work. for the trials mid pains of mother- I folk who helped Wayne celebrate Buster Bennett is spending a j
duo to 1EJrc...Ae1d,0 hood, for at the /side!' of the this event were: Dianne and
Vr MP..t .*._". The Homecoming Day at Long grave 30 day leave from the Merchant
bye' 11.-..-.. sat three Jtt daughters.. More Randy Hardee, Sandra WIlliams I Marines with his parents Mr. and
N1r"cn..cid.!word 1"n 1 b da"'trl.l'' I Branch was well attended With' shovelfuls were for her tearing I Barbara Jean and Jackie Cham- Mr Troy Bennett.

IfUlord'."M$11" wtioch tuUyrrtulmyat plenty of good food at the noon three sons 'rwo of whom are still bers. Howard and Kenneth Stafford Mrs. Myrtle VanZant was shop

: hour Rev. Watson delivered the serving over,<> .3. The third son Johnnie Ralph Ursery Clifton In Jacksonville Wednesday ;
STORE message Rev. M. T. Knight abd< Davis and Joe and Wil- ping A
11 I Ditto lies where he fell In battle beneath Joyce R. L. Bradley was in Jacksonville :

JII-- -. Italian /flklea. then, as I liams. on business Wednesday. -
watched through\ my tears, I
of Hetlbronn
Mrs Jessie Herney
thought I saw a gold star In the (MMUNITY At: : CLUB LUNCHEON tables Springs wall visiting Mrs. Carrie Make Your Old Car Last Longer By ;
Chili Hot Dogs Sandwiches' beautifully appointed '
nemade sandAs beautiful '
the flowers in the Club dining room covers I Gasque Wednesday Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication -
were heap the and
q ja grave Mr. and Mrs Louis Crews of
r . the lowering gun cast long shadows were members laid and for 34 their Community guests for Club the Starke were in Lawtey Tuesday. Washing Polishing Waxing'l'

the ache', left my throat and annual luncheon Tuesday of last Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dryden of i

TilE HOME I felt like rejoicing as I thought, I week. Effective arrangements of California were visiting Mrs. Dryden.'a Standard Oil Products i i i .

OF HOME' COOKING I "She Is really not there-she la fall flowers of harmonizing colors sis ter, Mrs. C. R. Crews
with Cal v. Jet son, and : r
my were used In decorating the rooms Thursday aftemoon. Mr. Drydenhaa QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICE t
mother and< father and host of
a just received his dischargefrom "
used on this occasion. At the ,
others whtj have gone before." I the army, where he was a
[turned then to smile at the living. meeting which Immediately followed STATION ;
the luncheon Mrs. C. M. Sgt. In California. CARDEN'S SERVICE
My children and two teachers
erry'sCALL Herman Kelly;: was in Jackson-
Turney president, graciously turn- '
have had n epidemic of colds, ed the gavel over to Mrs. J. G. ville three days this week on VAN II. GARDEN, Mgr. t'AKKB, ...w\. \, '

As yet I have not had it. I fell Godwin, president for the new business Cor. Temple Ave. & v-ail] St.WELCOME. i

STREET sneezy th@ other evening and I Club year. The installation of J. B. Bradley and W. E. Grlf- 1 ,

NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION drank tomato juice and I have not Mrs. Godwin and her co-officers fla are carrying produce to Jacksonville nlNtllltlltlllllMMIIMNIOIeIIIItlIIAIIIMIIAIItlIIAMIIAtlIMH" , '''' ''''' ' '' ",, '''''''.'"'''''"''' ''IIIIII''II''I''II'I''UI'"I'"I'' '''' ''' ''''' ,''' '''' ''''' ,'' '"I"II', '"''''''''.... i,
felt any moca signs. You might this week.
was Impressive and included the
try that presentation of exquisite corsages Mrs. Leon Dryden la spending

Ad.Mi.AA. Miss HayQl: i Mosley and CArson to her and Mrs. Turney.Mr. some time with her mother Mrs i
Grlffls wet married we k before Perry Davis. Mrs. Dryden Is for-
From where I sit... by Joe Marsh last. Carson owns the general and Mrs. Martin Land and merly of Jacksonville but has been !

store and iDu the Poet office at Ions Robert Thomas and Edward, living In California. j;
Highland. I wish them much joy. of Starke, spent Friday with Mr. Hardy Taylor of Clay Hill spent

Hazel Is oh* of my former pupils. and Mrs. E. G. Land. Friday night with his daughter

"We have only just begun Congratulations! Mrs. Ernie Yarborough was the and son-in-law Mr, and Mra. J. T. j '
r Mr. and''-trs. Buddy Wilkinson guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yare Prevatt, 'F'

b have started building for a new borough In Gainesville from Wed Rev and Mrs. E. E. Owearln-
to fight"were home and filling station and nesday until Friday of last week gen and son Jlmmie of Jackson-

store of lement blocks. They Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwelland ville were Friday night supper

| sitting around Bill ance-whether it's Intolerance ftf will have an: eating place too. It daughters June, Peggy and guests of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Pre

era fire the other night, a man's political beliefs,or of his will be v\(> nice. They have a Frances spent Saturday and Sun vatt.H.. jrt
ng a mellow glass of beer right to choose between a glass good business in the old locationso day with Mr. Caldwell's parents, C. Kelly;: was visiting at New
:'king-now that the war Is of beer or buttermilk." should do better with new Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell near River Friday. ,

about what Peace really From where I sit,the Judge; U equipment And funding. Ocala. Helen Whltfleld waa the Miss Evelyn Warren spent several !

absolutely right. Peace means I believe the wel l> adjusted man guest of Peggy Caldwell on this days last week with 1 her I : t ,
a un yon one thing It continued -vigilance continued and woman should< be honi( <*able. trip. brother-in-law and sister,' Mr. and
it mean:' says BUI. "It struggle against all the force. Of kln4 sympathetic friendly Mrs. V. H. Appleby of Jackson-. ';
sincere ;
Mrs. E.
1. Meredith arrived
'I mum that we can all reIntolerance that caused the lat No matter what branch of the service'
Belf and ville Beach.
ad take things easy-and \var, and caa sow the seeds Ctwe're '.
unafraid, these are the Miss Evelyne Warren was visiting 'I I
bock, Texas to visit her son-in- '
In should
Utopia. future conflict.!Maybe
living : we
best tools 10 gain the good of law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. friends in Starke Friday. I
the of Bevolutlonary
u're right Judge Cunam paraphrase slogan a >
Mrs. Eva McGaney of Tampa
happiness. you're i
agrees. "Peace means. hero: "We hare 9011 C. O. Partney. t f
Saturday Is visiting her mother Mrs. Car-
other ,Just begiua to fighC* Barney Lang was very 111 Claude Johns and Claude, J '
[ things,eternal vlgt- and Saturday evening. sons rie Gaaque. I I' ;:b
Free men are still at war Jr.. and Kenneth, of Belle Glade t
A for SUn hatred, prejudice, intoler 8ce 3Y came Sunday and are with Mr, get :
salad. Now that we urday.
like potato
: and Mrs. Lawerence Dugger and
can get bacon! anet the evenings John Andrews haa sold hla I
Mr. and Mrs. Al
Rogers duringthe
are cool -- here U a hot potato farm about a mile south of town Stores.'I
Copyright.. 1945 UaitE Saga lJm< Johns. Other relatives
Claude\ I
good sized tsttlUY: vllte.J. ,
who were here Sunday because of
8 cooked Irish potatoes, 3 hard E. Warren, who Is employedin
the Illness of Mrs. Johns
E boiled eggs, 3 small onions, 3 1-2 were Jacksonville, spent the week
FACT I IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC Mrs. W J. Overstreet and sons, come
tab1e&po0I11lugsr/ 1-2 cup vine and Herbert, of Macclenny end with his family. 1
gar, 1 cup Water, 1 teaspoon salt, Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift Mr.. and Mrs. A, P. Hallman of r
2 tablespoons\ or flour, 6 slices of Chattanooga, Tenn., were visiting t
and sons of Monlac, Ga., and Mr.
J' rr r'. .L bacon. Cut bacon In small pieces and Mrs. Johns of Taylor. Mrs. Hallmann's brother and sis P. S. ,
Ir f t and fry. Remove from fat and Clyde ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ,
iil Miss Woodward of I
set aside. Add onions to fat, fry Jacqueline Kelly over the weekend.Mr 'H
F Y.jtt. ti slightly an'l remove. Add flour Tampa came Sunday and was with and Mrs Edwin Glue of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. '1
fat and J blend.dd< water, Jacksonville were week-end guests IlKCOIIDH'" SHOW
to salt vinegar. When Woodward, for the greater partof of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Gas- : TWO MII.I.1OM ,
sugar the week. Miss Woodward's I) I MH 1IAVH'
thickened Pout over diced pota- IM'liriMMIOM' IN 4 '
fried onions and homecoming at this time was oc- quo.On the sick list this week are N'I'''"IA. TIII5HK3
toesMl* >In
casioned by the fact that her I 1IU A HMASO1 '
r Slice over top. Serve Mrs. Lizzie Starling. Mrs Eva
bacon. (: eggs
brother Pvt. Richard Woodwardof
k kYI and Ce-
Grlffls and her children
hot Gainesville, Texas, Is at homeon i
for the cil Whitehead.
We are still looking
that furlough.J. PIt U I I II
electric light wires to be h .poles ided this!! B. Watts of Tampa came . . . .. . .. I ;;
are Sunday for a week's visit with
The Inspector "
from Middlebusg.
way his brother and sister-in-law, Mr Pine Level
}W- Cameron, was at and Mrs. Lynwood Watts.

school. We were all happy to see Rev L. A, Shepherd, H. O. fly Mrs. II. M. McRaa j

,as.r him. He M school Inspector forClay Bates; R. P. McLendon, Leslie I . . . . . .

v County Bradley, Jimmie Godwin and
N tjood-bye till next week God Bryan Whitfield attended the district Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and ,
bless all who read this-be happy: Scout Meeting In Macclenny MlHsea Lucile and Haven Crosby

d -Lura. Monday night. are attending the Bible School and AT LANDING BUS STATION I H I ;

::4" -"- The Jack Chambers 'and Lyn- Conference at Ft. Worth, Texas

C10R wood Watts families enjoyed a this week. Rev. E. J. Murrhee .../"rmiliimiimiibi"' "' "MumMu"" ,.."".."MIWIYAINIIW1yyINMINYWYI1WWdWW11p1ylrypyM/XWIIIIWNWIWy11NWW' . ''' .. '' . "" . .,.."".""...._._/ .... _
$ SAVE 97 tiTHE fish fry at New River Monday .
P ::'I'
WAR WOUNDED., :: night. visits -
_, : Arriving Sunday to Mr. thRiIES

YS "HELP! DIAGNOSIS. GENERAL ELECTRIC'S/ and Charles Mrs.W.C. Turney M. Turney and were little Mrs. WHEN ARE SLICK '

COOUOGe INVENTED THE'MODERN/ X-RAY daughters JoAnna and Margaret, :

B*, G-e of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. W'
John P. Turney young daugh
W j
BASE AND FRONT LINE HOSPITALS tar, Mary Carol. Until his recent

UND THE wo Ib: : ,' discharge John P. Turney was a I
Major in the Army and for the ,r if;

past 18 months had been Jn Italy. __ __ -- - _.____ I
r Following his 'discharge from .
tt the Army John Crew arrived RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING j

TEN CENTSWILL Tue visit his parents, Mr. '

PAY FOR ALL THE and E. Crews. For about .1...: ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES I .IJ. ; fJ t1'1

t4'in two years he had been In the .' .. ;
European area ,, was Corporal. t

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts were
OF WOOD. ofACCiJglnt Mrs. Odell Cauthern and! Miss j "

case Louise Gann of Gainesville. '
of Jackson
YourLut ville has been visiting her son-in-
.. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
THE PRICE OF $$01)t' C. H. Cope, since Friday of last

', AN ELECTRIC; 9 1 :friend is an week when she came home with STARKE TIRE SERVICEADJOINING

CLOCK IS B Mrs. Cope who had been her guest

SO./. LESS o Sr Accident Policy for about ten days.
l' TODAY THAN : Mr. and 'Mrs. Vance Geiger

IN 1930.: GEENGINEERING Charley E. Johns and son, Bradley, were with Mr. TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. >; .
t and Mrs. J. !.f. Bradley and family -


guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch
0., -; In Jacksonville from Friday until ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE

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Sunday. .
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&; ,.p-ntln411 "NE:T".VEUAS. Hartford After visiting his paternal and = --- - '- ,

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Attends F.S.W.C. Miss Evelyn Markey bouquet was of pink asters and Miss Kennedy Weds from service rhe'n'U
I ldb fi : SOCIETY and CLUBSWoman's I she were a single strand of;pearls. Robert Eston Jordan oral years Of duty y aftt

: Becomes Bride Mr. Geilmann had as his best Out of O\'erlt _

Of C. P. Geilmann man, Sgt. Royal Swasey of Camp Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Kale Mrs. Joe ltueste 111
Blandlng and Cpl. Resale Colson Hatch
Club Brotherhood and
announce the marriage of their 4&
; Dotty "
'' Mr, and Mrs. Thomas W. Mar- and Sgt. Claude Smith served as Jo or Miens
Met Last Week Enjoys Supper Meet I key of Brooker announce the mar- ushers. daughter, Grace Jean Kennedy, to niece of the bride 'It,

I riage of their niece, Martha Evelyn The bride was given in marriage Robert Eaton Jordan. The wed James H ur aM
; observed at About 40 Kenned
"Guest Day" was men of the Baptist
Markey, to Carl Phillip Geil by her uncle, T W. Markey ding was solemnized at 3 o'clock, e c>myrna Beach I ,, \,
Brotherhood r iji ,
delicious "
the of the Worn1 enjoyed a "
', regular meeting I| supper at the home of Tom Hard- mann, son of Mr and Mrs. H. J. She wore a gown of white lace Sunday, Oct. 14, In the First In-law of Miss K""Q\,
1 an's Club Wednesday, October 10, Geilmann o; Ogden, Utah. and net over satin. The fitted 1\lrs. A. p k
4 I ing on Thursday evening of last Methodist Church with the Rev. 081>
several members of the BUS The Impressive double ring featured sweetheart 1'In
with lace bodice a Wilmington N -
r< week. The supper consisted of W. J. Churchwell officiating. "
and to ceremony was performed by the neckline with white net ruffles O. L. JOrdan 4Mr enY I
6 other newcomers
faculty ham "
baked baked beans! rolls, Following the Mr. '
A4 Rev, G E. McGauley on Sunday, made with elbow length ceremony and
4 of this cold drinks and Mr Hardingwas I and was Mrs. Lewis iordan t
Starke taking advantage pie and Mrs. Jordan left for a brief
Oct, 14 at 3:30: p. m. in the sleeves with net ruffles. The full sonville, brothers
become better !! host for the evening and was wedding to the southern
to acquainted trip ana
I opportunity Brooker Baptist Church. skirt, trimmed In lace and ruf- partof the bridegroom list,
} assisted in serving by several 1 I Ii Iv Florida and on their return will and
In the communly. wives of The church was decorated with fles like that of the bodice, terminated -I Uves and friends oNn
be at home to
bamboo banked with baskets of friends in
In the absence of the president, in a short train of satin i
Mrs. E. K. Perryman the meet- An interesting with program was presented white gladioli and lighted tapersin covered with tiny net ruffles. Her Starke. Mrs. H. S.-Burdette
all members
taking graduated candelabra shed a fingertip veil of sheer bridal Illusion Mr Jordan was discharged Jacksonville u
Ing was presided over by Mrs. part In the discussion. The pastor on buslnelll W
i soft light on the scene. fell from a tiara of pearls
Ethel M. Biggs. J. D. Kuykwi- Rev L. D. Haines, spoke on Miss Betty Jo Webb rendereda and was edged with a small ap-

jid h, da.ll, BHS faculty member, spoke the Church Challenged by Youth program of appropriate nuptial pliqued flower design. She worea
briefly expressing appreciation for and Ignorance S. E. Sparks then music. Preceding the ceremonyshe single strand of pearls, a gift
this gesture of hospitality on the led a discussion on "Is the World played Sabbath Chimes, Fifth of the bridegroom. Her bouquetwas

I N L 1 part of the Woman's Club. Covenant Charter better?" than the League Nocturne, Llebestraum! and I of white asters showered with Some .Hard-to-get Items Are
M x During a musical program ar- Love You Truly. The traditional white orange blossoms
ranged ,by Mrs A. Z. Adkina, the The Installation of the new of- Miss Velma Norman daughterof wedding marches were used and Mrs. T. W. :Markey, aunt of the
ys ,fj \ following talented young people ficers for the Associational of Melody of Love was played softly
year Mr. and Mrs\ Levy Norman bride, wore a dress of navy blue
were presented: MIss''' Lou Ed- was carried out by the pastor. Starke Is attending the Florida throughout the ceremony. sheer with navy accessories. Her Coming In Slowly Such
:, wards, vocalist; Miss Barbara Orle Wiggins was elected president State College for Women. Miss The bride had as her only, at- corsage was of pink rosebuds. As .
ti' Moore pianist; and Alvin Davis, to succeed Tom Harding who Norman was a member of the tendant, Miss Eva Faye Gainey, Immediately after the ceremony, .

t + r' : rl, accordionist received recognition from all for 1942 graduating clans/ at BHS and who wore a gown of light blue a reception was held in the homeof
N At the close of the program the splendid work accomplished has been emp I 0 Y e' d at Camp marquisette with a sweetheart Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey.
} the hostesses served refreshmentsof under his leadership In the first Blanding since that time. neckline and long full sleeves. Herk&tAhLdfr Miss Madeline Green, Mrs. A. E.Edwards Galvanized Screen Wire Cloth I
chicken salad and hot tea. year of the Brotherhood In .
and Mrs. Lee

_. Starke. Martin assisted in serving the Galvanized
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p { ..raI ) The primary purpose of the guests after the bride and bride- Garbage Cans
Brotherhood Is the putting of men groom had cut the cake. I

In all parts of the church program Mr. and Mrs. Geilmann left Galvanized 5 Gal. Oil Cans
During the year the Royal following the reception for Jack-

Ambassadors have been sponsored ,--- DV..V.stvtirtlla cert.*.A i.*& the..T*. will make.

by the' Brotherhood and have Won't It seem strange! not to go like a lady' should when she has heir home for the present. Mrs. Hand Plows
been an Inspiration to the men . Geilmann travelled in a suit of
to a football game tonight? nothing to eat or wear.I .
and boys alike. the out-
Perhaps gabardine with brown acces-
The Tornadoes trek to Bolles this aqua
standing achievement has been would like to meet this "Mad:
afternoon for their only out-of- sories. She wore an orchid cor- and Two-Horse S-B Plo
the purchase and the operationof American Woman". I think every .
town game, of the season .
a church bus. man should be allowed to do as sage.Mrs.. Geilmann is the- daughter
Guess we shouldn't complain how-
Facing a new year, the men ever, seeing that we'll)) have the he pleases. We are supposed to of J. M. Markey, Sr., of Valdosta, Plow Lines
j pledged their support to the new pleasure of witnessing nine home be free people in this country. la., and the late Mrs. Myrtle
officers and look forward to even Why can't we do and marry as Baker She attended
i1Y'Q games . Looked like Callstreet)) Markey.
i1 j Starke's higher ground< and greater service turned out almost en masse for we please? If I wasn't already Bradford High School in Starke Stove Pipe
married I would like to a
the U of F homecoming game in marry I and was employed by a local firm .
The .
h1 1 r finest ...... Gainesville Saturday' night . German girl myself.We in Jacksonville for a year and a -
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51y Baptist Circle Among those glimpsed in the fought the Germans while I half Items That 'Will Still 'Not Be Available
1 B" stadium were the Carl Knights, there was war and I think we did Mr. Geilmann Is the son of Mr. -

restaurant Band Met TuesdayCircle the Herbert Rltches, the E. K. our part If this woman had been and Mrs. H. J. Geilmann of Ogden, For 30 Days Are Oil and
Perrymans, the Fred Guys the there she would see a different Utah, where-he attended school. Cast
bar No. 1 of the WMS So-
light on this subject that she For the six he has beenin
L. T. Dyers and son, Freddie, past years
ciety of the Baptist Church held Cook Stoves Oil
) Its Ethel BTggs and Dottle Sue, Grace knows nothing about. If you don't the U. S. Army and recently Circulators and Cast
iT regular meeting Tuesday with Dsborne, Lewis Haines Jr., Bill believe me, f find out what nationality received his discharge after serving
Mrs. Wesley L. Andrews at her Edwards, Maurice and Lucille Edwards our 'Supreme CommanderIke 22 months In the-Pacific The- Iron Heaters Also Kitchen Ware.

f i SIZZLINGBTKAK A home,on Madison St. Lyle and Janet Anderson, of the pTO: Is, and If her atre.Out

The group leader, Mrs. Powell I Dot Lappe, Ann Wilt, Charlie, statement was true, wouldn't he of town guests included
h., presided over the meeting and Ray and Lettie Parker, Carolyn throw the war in Germany's Mrs. D. O. Tollenweider, sister of
ti ti read the Devotional which was Green, Henry Godwin, Doris and favor Tell this to the bright girl. the bride, and daughters. Jane
Y % three books of Psalms. Taking who' and Carol Vollenweider of BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.Nursery' !
LOBSTER Roswell Noegel, Barney McRae, (Signed) An, ex-soldier ,
part on the program were Mrs. Roy Ward, and Hamptonltes Jean spent three years In the ETO; J. M. Markey, Sr., and J M.
Alma Hough, Mrs. Mae Powell, and Helen Adklna, Ethel Mae and Inf. group entered France on D Markey, Jr. and family of Way-
+ a simmp M G. W. Alderman
Mrs. Mrs. An
Betty Durling, the Gordon Wads- plus 4. cross Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
drews'and ]Mrs. T. B. Harding. A worths Jr. and Sr., and Jeanetteand Webb Misses Betty Jo and Wall))

1 .O CHICKEN short business'' session was held J. C. Wynn .. Probably Oh well . There's no accountIng Webb Mrs. J. T. Kirkland and

1 following' the program., scads of others, but you couldn't for taste. said the old lady daughter, Mrs. A. O. Jenkins, Mr.
Mrs. Andrews assisted by her expect me to see EVERYBODYAnd as she kissed the cow . Personally and Mrs. S. O. Strickland, Mrs. Beautiful Bed Room Suit
daughter, Mrs. B. Cohen, served atlll watch the. game, could )) my only objection to an Gertrude Jordan, Mrs. Susie Warren -
BConnols delicious chicken salad. saltines you? . American mant Marrying a Ger- Gary and, Madeline Dickey,
vs.. For and tea to the U members present man girl is that it means just Mrs. Ann Carleton,, all of Jacksonville

Awfully nice to nee' Ben Stern- one leas possibility for met . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin k.Vv! *
r 7 The November meeting will be berg> home again and to know And maybe that's what's bother- Conerly and Miss Luclle Thomasof f: k
Ur' I Ott*i 1: held with ''Mrs. G, W.. Alderman. that the Army finally gave him a ing moat of the other American Gainesville, Sgt. and Mrs.

seur, few weeks off so that he could girls, too . Claude Smith of Starke, Cpl. and
..... Hallowe'en At USO see his handsome three and a half Mrs. R. A. Colson of Valdosta,

..a"sd y' tk 01Good 0 To Be Gala Event. year old son. B. J., for the first So long . See you in the nextCarolyn.: Ga., and Miss Jeanette McGauley
of Palatka.
time . Ben says he had a -

Food A gay fall carnival atmospherewill pretty good Idea of what B. J.
would look like because Elsie had
i'' permeate the Starke us 0
sent him between five and six ;
and .01 on Saturday night Y
{ d'. '14' 27th. A Harvest Moon Formal hundred pictures over the periodof _
Yi 0 will take place from 8 o'clock to years (wonder where she got
? +y l" d1 G Drink 11 o'clock that evening with Junior all that film?) . As for B. J.,
U { 4 y , when he first saw his daddy he
rtl rr hostesses on hand to act as dancIng "*
partners and a fine Camp said "Well)), he looks Just like jdK
the pictures!" . "Twas almosta
Blanding band will furnish the \
music. In addition to dancing family reunion In the Sternberg d:
there: will be many booths lining household this week with Sam : FOR
104.50 189.50
the outer edges of the spacious!! managing to get a week off and to
Recreation Hall where palms will bringing his family down from

be read, fortunes will be told pink Turner Field Ga. . Ruth
lemonade and pop corn will be couldn't quite make It from Oak YOURHEALTH'S
served, and all other side show Ridge, Tenn., but Ben and Elate' Training Chairsjj

features which make up a typical and B. J. plan to go by thereon .
carnival will be in evidence. their return trip to'New York
r 1 Dining OutTonight Traditional black and orange , :

thM ? trimmings, I Including J cat and Childrens Rockers 2.75 to 9.
p Who should turn up on Call
pumpkin and witch cutouts, as
k well as lanterns will decorate the Street Wedn e s day In civilian t: -

I Have dinner here In a pleasant Club rooms, these artistic arrange clothes but Bill) Plummer who has Li SAKE. . SEE THESE
atmosphere where!> you know ments being taken care of by a been giving the Navy the benefitof
the food Mill be deliciously committee of Junior hostesses con- his services as a Chief Store- y. NICE NEW
cooked and attractively served. slating of Misses Garnlta Hutto, keeper for the past few years .
Lucile Mitchell Lola Blecha, Mel- Bill and Ida Lee and their little
ba Strlngfellow\ Oletha Thomas daughter will soon 'go to make RadioTahtes
I and Louise Carter. their home In Jacksonville where
Bill plans to enter the grocery
Belling field Here's the status
of other---Plummers -I in'-service:: W ---- -

TELEPHONE OPERATORS Ray, who was a warrant officerIn Make ,every washday J I only
the Navy was discharged in
August and la working In Jacksonville ,. TI

} ;p Permanent Employment With Job Security . Bobble, still In the a health holiday 4.5(

Navy, Is In the Pacific .' . Elizabeth
(nurse) Is now at Fort Ben- *
H Young women ages 18-25 are needed' to be trained nIng Ga. . Mack- Futch was .I Back-breaking, hours over a wash. UNFINISHED KITCHEN ''TABLES

all telephone operator No experience nt"(' tI8IU'y. signed sealed and delivered to .
' Good pay while learning and Inc_ the Navy last Friday and Is now ', tub will undermine even the hardiest. MASON IT E TOP KITCHEN ,TABLESl1UNFINISHED \

In San,Diego, Calif. for boot trainIng I, ,' Md'' CORNER CABINETS $$1
_ i' ',- : of constitutions they drain
r SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work. Time and one . Lt. Jewett Fogg is en your
route to his new station In Utah ? '
q half for over time and hour worked In excess of . ,i' t :.'energy, cut down resistance to win- .
Paul Faulkner has been transferred I
,tf e+ 't i; %" 40 In any one \verk. Time and'one half for Sunr to Camp Blanding . : ", **,ter colds, make you feel tired and A NicE NEWSELECTION 0

day work and extra pay for late hours. Taxi service Wlllard and J. C. Wynn are happyover 11.'' OF''

{ furnished for late hours.Thi' their discharges- . ,: 'irritable. They: take the joy out .of

The recent column by Blllee living. Safeguard your health and
Good opportunity for promotion and a> fine future BoudoirLamps

I + if you,are ambitious. Rosa marrying on the subject German of girls Americanmen seems increase your capacity for pleasure 1 I ,r'

to have created quite a little stir this_winter by letting the Starke Dry
Vacations with pay, sickness benefits, a pension
. Here's one letter I received t
Nall"' ""i plan, comfortable lounge and club room and pleasant from a GI who didn't seem to I 'Cleaners and Laundry do your wash-

c 1 ,MUrroundlngn. agree with Blllee at all, at all: t ttt
Ing. It costs only a few pennies 'ant
t'omo In today for complete Information and talk ONE WOMAN'S OPINION tngre! 4.25

,. to Mrs. Edith Cameron. Hours 0 a. in. to 4 p. m. t..1. '
it .4i Dear Carolyn: ,
-- ---
1 Just a note referring to One

., SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE Woman's Opinion of German girls
I have been in Germany and I STARKE DRY CLEANERS
?rr, & TELEGRAPH CO. think that they are very nice In Geo. C ; Johns Furniture
44 every respect and are probably
110 Madison St. Starke Florida much harder workers than the T8NE and LAUNDRY STA

woman who wrote this fooey. I FLA.r : PHONE &KE"I I OUTLET-11
4'. ( They are "working In the fields STARKE. FLA. _


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LOCAL NEWS Miss! Lorraine Hartman and Mrs. Y. A, Harris of Galnes- ard Strickland; Training School i above cues the undersigned commisslonera the said' West rail of said SA.I.
Mra. Eddie Hartman are spending dlle Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.R. Mrs I will Hell at public auction Ply: main track 774.5 fee to the
Blanchard Law Mission
three weeks In ; to the' hl.. heHt bidder for cash section line of Hald S ec. 28, theme.
New York City A. Green. Study, Mrs. Marvin Hazen j Circle during. the' bowl hours fur vale. on run South 119 degrees 53 minutes ?
attending Beauty Conventions. Monday November 6, 1945: .1 the Went 3.0 feet. to the said point of '
Leader No.1 Mrs. U G. Powell (
Colson and Miss Sylvia Morse ; the and also, Ing '
Resale of Stetson Mrs D. C. Forehand of Albany. Mouth front door of County beginning:: enmmenr
Ga.. University Deland Monday Circle leader No. 2, Mrs. W. B. Courthouse In Starke, 11 r a" ford at the NK Cor of NWVi of NW* I t
IghteraDlane, of Vaiaosta spent from guests of Mrs. Carl Ga., Is visiting her sister, Mrs.! Alexander County, Florida, the followlnjr dencrlbeil of Hee. 3.1. Twp 8< Circle leader No.3, ..
-day furlough Friday through Sunday with her Jackson and Pvt. and Mrs.V.. T. T. T. Long. ; premises situate In .."d- thence run (Houth one decree 4 t
Mrs. S. J<::. Sparks Circle leader I".t:: AA3.t feet. thence
I spy g lson'e- parents. Mrv parents. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Jackson were Mrs Carl Jackson's ; ford Countv Klorlda. to-wlf minutes run
JI with Morse Miss : uncle Judge A. Z. Adkins Is : No.4, Mrs. L A. Canova and From SK Cor of the aw., of "South' 80 degrees (3 minutes Went..
: F Flume and Morse is majoring and aunt, Mr and Mrs. holding 7<1.92 feet theme run North ondcurre h?
Circle leader No. 5, Mrs Sweet. SWU of Sec. 2S TwN.. It. 28 West 61 .
court In Bronson 4 mlnulex r..t.
of this week.
j' Colson Sociology. George Swords
of thfnif (
Bid MrsG. B. Billings Mon. I N. run South 89 degrees A3 thence run North (tri>(." 63 t
. Mr. and Mrs Sword were enrouteto Sgt and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent minutes. West 7'l'\>.1)2) feet thence minutes KHHI: 77!> !\\2 fert to the I'
IoXcr, :Mr. and Mrs. W H. Smith were spend !Borne time in Miami. the past week-end with relatives Hallowe'en Party r"n"rlh:;4114( feet no .digress, AO mlnutenWent point of tieKlnnttiHT .'xfept the right I
thence run NorlliA2
of of .A.I. Ky and rlKht of '
la leaving ways y
paul Hudgins In Jacksonville Tuesday on business in Tampa.Mrs. j detrrecx M rnhn' Kant COH.0 WRY of State Rand N'o. II, all In ,
5gt his station In Camp '. Mrs B Jenkins of Gainesville! Sponsored by the Junior Wom feet .tliencv run North :34 dfcrreex Itrndford. Countv Flu towether i
:urrd a Ytor spend- was Titus! Olson is spending 69 liilniitfM Runt 2211.0 feet, thoncei with the trnemenm, and appurtvnaniiH I
California, after attending to business here an's Club, a Hallowe'en party i run South! H<) degrees 62 minute" thereto bel mKlnnrI I II
dlelon day leave with his fam' Mrs Marguerite VanDerwertter Tuesday and spent a few hours several weeks with relatives In be held Wednesday night, Oct.wUlI, 1 Knnt anA 68 feet to theV.' ...t lull, C A Knight, t' r'
25 Illinois of the HAL Hv main track (being I
YW worker
a and
Fred Grossman with Mrs Carl Jackson. ,1. It Howe.
In the Woman's Club, beginning the Wext rail of Went track I t
bere JWB worker from USO headquarters at 7:30 I, of until. rnll\\nv, thence run !South' W. H. 11undY. .J r., I i
o'clock. Prizes will
L Mrs. W. L. Edwardsd in Atlanta, Ga., were here Mrs. Carl Jackson received a Mrs W. II. Struth Is spendingsome : beawarde.1 17 decree. 42: minutes Went along 10-11) 91 11-2 CommlHHlonerII. i t
and for the best costumes .
time in Wildwood with her 4
telegram -- -- --
of Jack- this week hereon ...
Fredrika, for a two-day conference recently saying I .II<
daughter. Edward Blake son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and admission is only five cents ;<:f.I. ,
of with local USO workers. Jackson SK
week-end guests They are for children and adults.l'UE8In"TEUIAN t
\111e were 1-e has arrived In San Mrs. eSha.. Mr. DeSha has been I
and Miss Kate the Regional Supervisors for this Diego '
"to W. H.[ truth area. from the Pacific Theatre and will 111. O. HKOWN. ATTORNEY i' ,

th be home on leave soon. I Mr. and Mrs. J T. QuIgley left AUXILIARY' I t''
Pvt. W T (Billy) Jackson of Wednesday to spend two weeks in The Ladles Auxillnry of tho F .'i !

Rome. Ga., is spending a 30-day their home near Hendersunvllle, Presbyterian Church will hold its ANNOUNCES 11 \ >>l ljw

furlough with his family here. I N. C. Social meet with Mrs. J.'J.. Simmons '

t i at her home on Madison St, THE REMOVAL: OF HIS OFFICE 1 :
Lt. Friends of B. C. Hottzendorf ,
Jewett Fogg Is spending a next Tuesday! night Oct. 23.ItOUItV .
leave with his will be sorry to hear that he is
mother, Mrs. Ches- "
ill in Glendale Hospital, Palatka. !
ley Fogg of Graham and was CEn.n.FlITCH:
Mrs. Holtzendorf Is with him.
SUN. MON. OCT. 21 22WILSON visiting friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Futch an- TO THE ADKINS BUILDING I Sgt. John Godwin f
Earl Campbell made a business 0 Camp nounce the birth of ilion, Bobby
Shelby Miss., arrived ACROSS THE: HALL FROM DR. COLSON'S
Wednesday ter
trip to Palatka Friday afternoon. I Cevera qn O<>t., 6 in Penney
Alexander Knox I night to spend a leave with his '
Farms. Mrs.. Futch Is the former I
Charles Coburn Attorney Charles Hess of Jacksonville mother Mrs. W F. Godwin and I Miss Betty Ruth Anders DENTAL OFFICE

Geraldine Fitzgerald was here on business Friday brothers Henry and Bill Godwin.

Thomas :Mitchell afternoon. Mr and Mis. W. J. Johnstonof I IN 4 Illl 1'I'r' ('01 IIT, \IIFOIIIt ... n
C'UI > 1'.Ullin.'I lIII1N: -
Misses Patsey Edmondaon, and Rome, Ga., are upending two "'KM t.

.. .. r I" Hazel Phillips were shopping In week with Mrs. Johnston's tI"r..1lIIlt'h..ll., Defendant. .'...lnUrr 4'ese, :No.v.' 8HS4.ironalllchell a m{hl. .,

Jacksonville Thursday afternoon. other-in-law and sister Mr. and, OHIII'R| | OK PUBLICATION *U1i
Mrs. Sam Anderson Mr. and Mrs. AM:' > NOTICH TO APPKAK Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public . ; !
Wed. Thurs.- Oct. 23 24 25 8TATM OF KI.OIUDA to itenM1lchell
Mr. :
Tues. and Mrs. Phil Dtken of Johnston visited Silver j
whose a Wood ridge, N. Y.. were guests Sunday and with Mrs. Anderson ar. required l to appear. on The ear I. over and A lot of customers( are going , ,

recently of Mr. and Mrs. Louis visited St. Augustine Tuesday aft- November.....m..d Court ID, and 1946, cause In the, whereinplaintiff above to Ret out their little black books In which they have [, ,

"YOU CAME ALONG"Robert Shafkln and Mr. and Mrs. Abra- ernoon. seeks cllvorro. Ill.ucl ford' horn Jotting down Ute Impertinent folk and firm g : i' ' qtr
ham Hyman while enrouta to County Telegraph. shall publlnh, thl t
uhtmn :
Order In next four weokly Imium. only rrNponne to a Hcnnlbtn question was a : r
Mrs. Calvin Johns and Mrs Nel-
Beach for the winter. Witness my hand and official 'harsh "Oon'tchu. know thrre'w a war on'" We tried
son Bronstein spent T h u raday Deal. al "'Stark., FlOIldathis October16th.
Cummings 1946.OFFICIAL. hard to keep our name out of theses little black :
Tlllman Hutto received Mot discharge shopping in Jacksonville.E. .
( IH: AL) A. J. Thomas books and that have. }
wo sincerely hope wn arcomplUhetl -
Lizabeth Scott from Service on Oc. 3 at A. Ierk of Maid Court.
Drew Field Tampa, and with his J. Dowltng Jr., who Is 12. K. i'f rrymaii' Citai: 'k.., Florida our ohje'tlvp. \\> are thankful that the. 1 ,
Atty. for I'lr. 10-19 4t ll-U
wife and family Is spending same handling business for the Dowling war In over, but we know too that the war dom '

time with his parents, :Mr. and Livestock Co., in Pompano at the not neri'NMiirlly' signal' the end of all our trouble
time the weekendat IN .u..r 'ot'ltT lllttHFOtllt
Mrs L. S. Hutto. He made a present spent "U"N'FI.onllJ.. .', IN CIIIVt The problemn of reconverting from war to peornaie v'
his home here .
business trip to Jacksonville Mon- i'Irv.btadnlyn. many limes greater> than at a time of JH'AC'e"hanK"
Turner Hauler Plaintiff,
day. Mrs. Edna Dowty left Saturdayto v... Julius. Herbert Raulsr' IJofen-. over to new linen of merchandise and ap- I S'pilanees. '

NAT SEZ make her home with her son- dent Cane No. 40B8OIUHOK .
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto,
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I AN1 NOT1C7-) TO At'l'ISAK: I .r
Sgt. and Mrs. :M. C. Wells and STATE OF KLOK1DA to: JulluM ?
Bill Dlshinger i in Jacksonville. OUlllJIOTTO We Service What We Sell ,
I ;don't wonder that so many Mrs Carolyn! Kinney spent several Herbert Hauler, whose address I.: :
She recently sold her on Fireman tut Clam. UBH President I
property :
9 : i ,men are deriding to recnllst In days last week In Jacksonville. the corner of Call and Orange Hayes H. Ulvlnlnn % Fleet. 1'. O., So lie On The Alert
Francisco Calif. I
1"f the Army. After taking one good Mrs. C L. Hill and daughter Sts. to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dow- You are required to appear. onNovember -- ;

look at thin strike mean and other Patty left Sunday to spend some ling, Sr.Officers. 19, 194ft, In the. abovenamed Authorized Dealer for The Following Lines of
Court and cause, wherein ti
civilian problems they probably time with Mr. Hill's parent in plaintiff .week divorce, Bradford Appliances:

decided that the Army ain't such Pamona Calif. They nave been Elected Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly.publlnh iMNueiWltneHH thin. RADIOS Zenith General Electric Motorola Car & I 9 r' ,

bad place after all. If I was a vls-ilng her mother, Mrs. Berths rty hand and official House Sets' Farnsworth.
a !!,
Pearce. By Baptist WMSThe neat at Stark, Florida, thin October plq
few years younger I might even 16th, 1946.OFFIt.'IAL. !
( 8TJAI.) A. J. Thomas, REFRIGERATORS Hot, Point, Gibson. + '
that the
it now fight-
try Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch are Woman's Missionary So- An Clerk of said Court. ...

ing's all over. spending this week-end in Ar- ciety of the First Baptist Church A T.Uy.Frank for Pit Iiiindrum, StHrko 10-10, Florida 4t 11-9, WASHING MACHINES -, -Automatic '& Non-Auto- I } ,
cadia. met Tuesday afternoon with 18 l lmatic. y 7
Hcndlx,.AHC. General Electric. i
members and two visitors present ,
.. '
:V 1'11. .01.1., tHKOMII
Sgt. M. C. Wells has receiveda Circle No. 1 presented the pro- {'OI'NTF'.OIUnA I IN: CHAN- HOT WATER HEATERS Hot Point Clark Duo ; ha

? 19 day extension of leave, whichhe gram under the direction of Mrs. Crh1Y, Therm. it II'
Dorothy Jackson Marron Plaintiff,
y is spending with his wife here. Hugh L. Brownlee. The devo- VH. Raymond Marron, Defendant. -. ;t,
J 1'e [ At the end of his leave he reportsto tional was led by Mrs. Madge Cane No. 4 IDS.OR1 SPACE HEATERS Duo :rhtm: Abut Nov. 15 on l
w a' e 'r'v ). Camp Futch. A beautiful piano solo AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Model 715, as to factory. -*- : t tJVe 1 1.
was given by Miss Seletta Sparks. STATE In' FLORIDA to: Hay. '
mond Marron. (leneral! IJellvery, II:
E. R. Smyth and daughter,
The subject for discussion was Han Francisco. California.
{ Can Also Take Your Order' On The
: : SHORT'SLEEVES Sally left last week to make "Christian Colleges" and those You are recjulred It* appear on
their home with Mr. Smyth In November 19, 1Y411, In the above '
taking part were Mrs. BlanchardLaw named Court and cause, wherein New HOT POINT All-Electric Kitchen'
50 Percent & 100 Percent Bell Center Ohio. Mr. Smyth' Mrs. W. N. Johnson and plaintiff .ek>. divorce and restoration -__'_ j.-- ,, _.f. .. ,

Wool has received his discharge from Mrs. H. L. Hough. Prayer was I County of Telegraph maiden' shall name publish llradtord thin Always A Complete Line ;of Wiring Materials. We
service and is connected with a offered !Mrs. Lewis Haines and' Order In next four. weekly lnmieR.
by Also Have In Progress!' A New Display Room WhereIt
Witness hand and official
In Ohio. Mrs. Smythhas my
$2.61 to $4.50 creamery been spending some time Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The Heal lath,at 1945OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida thin October Will He To Your Advantage To>See',The New. Mer-

with her mother Mrs. Bertha business'session was presided ( SEA!.) A. J. Thomas, chandise AH It Comes In.
r' la over by the president Mrs. H. An Clerk of unlit Court ,
All The Pearce. L. Hough Reports were received T, Frank I,n nil rum, !Mturko, Florida, -t- r'y
i Atty. for Plf. 10-19 '41 J 11.itIN
taJ Friends will be sorry to hear from the circle chairmen and

l ti NewShades r. that Theodore Young Is,,confined committee chairmen The Young! I I
Tlll'1 ( Illfl IT < Ott IIT OF
.. to the State Farm Hospital In People's report was given by Mrs. : till \I>KOIII1!>> foivri. Kl.ltllllltl SiNKLER
Raiford. He Is undergoing treat- Ralph Alvarez. The Treasurer's: IN ('IIAN<'I'.HVCharley : I Electric Service"
V K:. Johns, et al,
ment prior to an operation.Mr. report showed $32.19 given to Plaintiff. .s
Foreign Missions this month. -VaP.mnl" 1
and! Mrs. Samuel J. Clyatt Johns, et al, 226 TEMPLK: AVE.
The nominating committee submitted />i'feniliintMitoriri
spent the week-end with :Mr.Clyatt's the following to serve as ') or a" \l.t1 "It i t
relatives in Chlefland. TAXI NOTICH that In accordance, .,
c officers for the coming year: with the decree* rendered In the E r'ry'

S 2-c Thomas M. Scott of Man President. Mrs. H. L. Hough; 1st

{ y darin was a guest this .weke of Vice Pres., Mrs. Ed Tenley; 2nd "-

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. Vice Pres., Mrs. Marvin Hazen; ,,
s' x :r 3rd Vice Pres., Mrs. Ralph Al- 4 1 t'4j

1 Misses Marjorie and Ida Lou varez; Treasurer, Mrs. G. W.

Davis of FSCW, Tallahassee Alderman; Secretary Mrs. Thel- FREE !

spent the week-end with their ma Dinklna; Publicity, Mrs. BrowDH. -
parents, Mr and Mrs. R. J. Davis.

They were accompanied by Miss One 32-Piece j. j
Eva. Faye Gainey ot Brooker. CHIROPRACTOR p

Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Hudgins N. Dishes _
411, Welt Main Street Set of
:1:1h went to st. Louis and Indiana- Gainesville, 'Flo. ,
polis last week to get Dr. and "Chiropractic ICemoves The J

a Mrs. L. W. Koch, who have been Cation of IllnenV With The Purchases

visiting there for three weeks. .1

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,__ 0 IN CIHCVIT COUnT BRADFORD County Telegraph shall publishthla I known 1.11' d.vl..e., legatee orgrantees visees, legatee* or grantee; Thorn also known a* W. C. Powell unknown If "alive addressee aid defendant'of the and trustee the name ot .and.aldd.t.ndant Southwest feet of East quartet

f CO UN TV, FLORIDA! IN CIIAN1 Order in next four weekly ; Florida Association B. Hamby and wife Emma M. Ham- heir'; and If dead his being unknown: ArmourFertilizer quarter halt f $i
CttRY.J lieu I a setter description of aid by if alive; *nd If dead the Unknown devisees, l"I.le.. or grantee of Northeast
Work foreign cor- outh
I Edward O. .acob", Plaintiff vs.i 'Vlne. my hand and official I( defendant being unknown; If In ex heir, devl..e. legatee or *; M. V. Eel. alv.; and I If whose last known address Southwest half of NorLw,1
-k' devisees, poration,
Ceclle Defendant. the of a* ere dead his unknown hairs1 ilUrte. U5rt5
If defunct
and un.
i *. t.rk., Florida. this October I.tenc.; lant.e. d.f.ndant. Howell Turpentine quarter ,
Case No. 106*. 2. 194S.OFFICIAL I( heirs devise.., legatee L. Harvey wife I.gatee. or Irantee.; H. wa Chlc'Jo. 110;dissolved Florida qu\rt.r; South halt "
1" t ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas. I grantees, anI successors of said Emma O. Harvey If alive; and If Revlere la.t known address .,) Dan F. and west of / '
,I'' the unknown heirs, devisee, wa South Uralntree, Ma**., corporation Uow.l.Cltton Northuast ea>t
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AH Clerk of said Court.T. firm and the members thereof; Annie and *' .,
,; STATE OP* FLORIDA to: Mr*. Frank I..ndrum. Stark., Florida O. Chrl.ten."n. whoa e last legatee or grantee of such defendants If alive; and If dead his unknown. L. Howell,of said Jam.dissolved quarter; and Hoi/th'/ Nur1.
/ Ceclle Burnetts Jacobs, whose residence Atty for Plf 10-6 known address wa* St. Louis Mo.. as are dead, Chest ro C. heir, devisees, legatee, or grantee trustee Southeast Quarter J llerte.,
(II i and addres 1.1.: Star Route. ____ 4 10.2 If alive; ind If dead her unknown Harris, If alive; and If dead his .;- J. C. RIchard. Sr.. It alive; corporation; Unldwln.L.wl.-Plce quarter ;and Nouhu vm "'

"j Plantersvllie S. C rftin IT roi IIT. helrl devisees, legatee or gran- unknown heir, deviates, legatee and If dad. his unknown heir, Company, a dlaMol.d. J.cor buutheast qUart,- ',' 'u

,) : You are required to appear on CHI'NTl. FI.IIihDii I..OFOln' ('JA ti-es.; Charles Christensen and wife or grantees; Louis H. lauard. alsoknown devisee, I.rat.ea. 0 r grantee; pOlaton.. And Wilson. ,.A.Pace Lee Powell U.. ST..X-r.' Nop1l 'lieu. N- \<;
,>" October 21, In the above named ('KHV. Clementine If Chrlstennen whose is L. II alv.: Sarah Richardson and L.wl. 1. ,} '-
't Court 146.CIU"", wherein plaintiff Eva Mltolium. Plaintiff, v., Christopher Inst known address was Ht Louis, and If dead his unknown heir. d. husband William Richardson, whose F. C. Powel. E,of Mize.wild! and dissolved F. W Bud-corporation ino unwsnuirfU5'! .'
fir ...k. divorce, Bradford County L.' ?Mltchum Mo. If alive; and If the Unknown I"'lt.e. or grantees; Hoy F. last known addresses ware St. truMte."
Francis O hicks Louis, Mo., If allv* and If deadthe ; The Baptist Home a foreign ; '
this Order 4075. Hick an ;
Telegraph Khali publish Cane No. heirs, devIHe. I"Klt"el or wle of Monroe 'quWre South '.. V1?
(, In next tour weekly ICNIICM.iY O".JOF! / punLir-ATiov grantees of until defendant a* are If alive, and dead the unknown unknown heirs devisees, legatees membership corporation west of N.rtii,
' Witness my band and official AND JSOTlOn, TO AI'l'RAHSTATC dead.; Charles K. Churchil. alsoknuwn heir, devisee, I.gat.e. or grantees or grantee of such defendants Coufty. N. Y.. a better and description betteraddress and North half Of \ 'u '
eal at ttark. ]Florida this Sep OF FLORIDA to: Christopher n. ('. H Churehil. wle. of such defendant a* are a* are dead; David Rlchert defendant a Noithwest duart(,r ,, 1.11 Tl
:: tember Lee whose address! Mary F. dead, Charles D. Hill, whose last whose la"t known address was of Bald corporation being quarter; and Northe.1 ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma is: lt.hum.1 5S8 Engineer 73 M, 1.', Chur'hli.If alive; and If known address was Oxford County, West Medford Ma**., If alive; and unknown; Atlantic and Gulf Land Southwest quarter
A* Clerk of suld Court. Air AHN.366011.ln. APO 12. % dead Cburlhii. ".Ir. d.vl..e. Maine If alive: and If dead hi. unknown If dead his unknown heirs, devlHP Corporation, a dissolved, Florida of South hilt of SouIhw ,

t T. Frank I.ndrum. /tark. Florida I'o.tma.t.r. San Francisco Calif. legatee or grant.." of def.n- net"*, devisee, I.gat"e. or legatees, or grantees; Charles corporation, and Taylor B Overby.l Southwest qu.r1 itarl.of .
f// '; Atty. for Plf. 1-2 4 10-1 are required to appear on d.ntl a* are dead.; Lottie Clark grantee; Krastu U. Hill, Individually It. Rlchert; Ruth 13. lilchert: SunanT T. Jew.t and M. E. llalloway, half of Southwest '"
., November 5. 1945. In the above whose last known address was Los and as Trustee, If alive; and If Rlchert; If alive; and !If deadthe trultee. dissolved corporation east quarter; and quarter r
t NOTICH OP I.I CTIO"I' named Court and cause, wherein Angeles, If alive; and dead his unknown heirs, devisee, unknown heir, devl.eel. legatee ; Bradford Bank, a defunct ter of Northwest Southwest ,
The Hoard of Public Instruction plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford If dead Calfornl. heirs devisees legatee or grantees; Helen M. or Irqnt."a of such defendant Florida corporation deiendant a better description east quarte&.; an4'baiter
j of Bradford County Florida hereby County Telegraph shall publish legatee or grantees; Paul Hill also known a. Hel.n Hill n. : Amanda Roblnon of said and the Northwest quarter North hi''f
,\' call and give* notice of an election thin Order in next four weekly f*. Cohenlianor and wife Kathryn If alive; and If dead her unknown : Katherine Robinson; Walter name of the tru.tee. of said corporation quarter; and htir SUt,1< i
,I,, :"i ., to he held on Tu."day. November IsHues. F. If alive; and If h.lrl U.vlsee*, legatee or grantees H. Robinson; If alive: and If dead being unknown; Bradford east quarter of South'N' n
( 8, 1946 In each of the following Witness my hand and official dead Colenlaner. heir, devlvee., ; C. M. Hopkins, If alv.; and If the unknuwn heirs, devisees, legatees Lumber Company, tt dlmsolved and Southeast quarter 1u rter
numbered 2 Special I TaxI seal at Htarke. "Florida this October legatee or grantees of such defendant dead his unknown .*, or grantees of such defen Florida corporation I and C. J. Mc- quarter; and Nt.ith j0J. 8uuihfaii
.j I School District of said County at ft 1945.OFPIdIAL a. are dead; E O. Craw. ligatee or grantee;; J. E. Howe dant a* are dead; C. R. Sapp If Oehee J. C. Oroff and C. D. Black- half of Northwe "' '
J the public school house (for white ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, ford If alive; and If dead his unknown If alive; and If dead his unknown alive ;and If dead his unknown well trustee of .ald dl."olved corporation east quarter; in quert,
", ., pupils) In each said dl.trlct. for A* Clerk of said Court.T. heir. devisees, legatee or devisee ! ( each said dlntrlct to elect three ((3) Frank l.ndrum. Starke, Florida grantees; E. S. Crawford aad.wlf. t..,; Delmar (I. Hurd whose laN ; Cart D. Hcott and husband Blackwel being West Palm Each. Lot 8, and West halt, in Sectio0 ,.
''I, trustee and assess the mlla. forth Atty. for I'l. 10-5 4 10.2 Annie Crawford If alive; known address wa Lowell, ., A. Lout Scott Jr., If .lv., and If l'II., the addresses of and all Lot is, >' Lot i..'
; ., ., en"ulna two (2) y.arH.. dead the unknown heirs devisees, If alive: and If dead his unknown dead the unknown . ., other defendant and a better description Lots 81 and 81 innj 2 o, and
,; , For the purpose of holding said legatee or grantee of vuch de heir, devisee legatee or grantee I.gate.*, or grantee of such de- of same being unknown: Southwest quarter S5al,n li
,", election In each district the following !- IN TIIR COI'ItT OP TIlE Cot'V f.nd.nt. as are dead ; Edward .; Elisabeth Hutchinson whose fendant a* are dead; Henry H. Brevard Properties, Inc., a dissolved quarter of Northeast of 8( UIIAI Knitlr known Edmond known address Ht. Louis, Menders and wife Elizabeth Sen- Florida and S. South ? "" "
; manager are appointed: JllKiV > COUNTY. Craw.haw. also as last wa corporaton. halt of Northe551 M
ELOHhShi. IV PltOHATM. Crawshaw and wife Lura F. Mo, If alive; and If dead her unknown ders, If alive; and If dead the unknown 1*. Lamon, H Waton. Chas. E. Northwest quarter iu"rlw
,k perl*! Tax l.mpto. o. 2 In .: Estate of Craw.haw. whose last ad- nelrs, devisee, legatee, or h.I. devl..e. legatee, or Watson, M. W. and P. 1... quarter nf Northwest anI au22uth'
. O. O. p.arceAaron . "I.elrt : Archibald H. Green, dross was St. Lul.. Mo., If alive; grantee; W. A. James, also known grantee* of defendant an are Watson, trustees" of Bald dll.olved.orporatlon cept 10 acroa la S'),rand .
Mlnton Decea..d. and If dead the 'devisee a* Wllbert A. James If alive; andIf dead; )4'. C. Sharp. If alive; and If ; Live Oak Bank a defunct Northwest quart"* rIot
,\ : Bob Crown To All Creditor's find Person IliivInir *. legatee or grantee such dead his unknown h.lrH. devisee, dead his unknown iieirs, devisees, Florida corporation, a better west quarter except Vo"1'-'
C. C. (Inlfti or "pmand. Against defendant r ; legatee or grantees: W. 1."ateeH. or granteep; James A. description of said defendant and Northeast corner, i l, In
'rldw.l.1..rk.. "alit KstntviYou Crawshaw .I", : de"t dh.t..e M. Jordon and wife Lena Jordan 8b.rIUln. whose last known ad- the names of the trustees of said Southwest quartet ana, 'La'- m1' or
Bpeelnl TJ. 1.1001 District No. and each of you Are hereby Craw.h.w. alv.; "t whose last known addresses were dr.." wa* New Hampshire corporation being unknown; Brad quarter; and Northwi. """
: R F. J : notified and required to presentany unknown .. New York. N. Y., If alive: and If If alive; If lead' his unknown ford Company a better- descriptionof Southwest quartei, ',, I"4"' of'
? T.: N. Knndrlck el"ln. and demand which you grantee. of such defendant a* dead the unknown hell' devisee, heirs, devisee I.gat.e., or ..rant.e said -iefendant being unknown; quarter; and Umt j ,;//.h' t
., Paul Prldge or you. may have against : are dead; Myra D. Davis, also 'legatee or grantee such defendants ,; Volnoy .1. Shipmitn and wife Florida Land Corporation, a dissolved wet quarter of | > 'crib.
; I r 1_ A. Reynold the estate of Archibald H. Oreen known a* Him D D.vl., whose lat a* are dead; George L. Emily P. Hhlpm.n.. If alive; and Florida corporaton. and B.M ter; and Southwest South* """'
I ". ,; Lawty d.C.A..d. late of said County to known address wa. ChlcRAO. 1111iioln Joy and wife Ella L. H Joy also If dead unknown heir*, deylsees Gilbert Huwhel, FredE. Northwest quarter ,, 4uare, "
;i t Ip..I.1 Tex flphool II.trlrt :o. 6 the County g e of Bradford I ,lf alive; unknown known a* Ella L. Joy also known I.sate" or Kr"nt.e. of such : Gilbert, rut! : : said I corporation quarter; ; and Northeast r u "
I, his office In the devisee Ella L. T. Joy If alive and If The Land and .fusr, '
*; S. Austin County! Jl heirs, I.gatee. or a* ; .are dead; Mary Silva ; : Southwest quarter "'
lt, Troy Bennett court house said County at grantees, ; George Dlark, alive; dead the unknown h.lre. devisee, If alive; and If dead her unknown Immigration Co., a Flor- of Southwest and' s, Jll nillj
A. II harley Htarke, within eight cal. and If dead his unknown heir, de- I.gatee. or grantre ""lh defendants heirs, devisees, I"Katee., or grantees ida coi'porn tlon, the name of the half of Southt quart Irid.
Carl Jill Hard end,1 month from the time of the vlneeM legatee or grantee; John B* are dead; W. E. Knight, If W. Skyenne. If alive; and trustee of said corporation being West half of Northwest quart, sod
; ." : 4 \anderbllt publication of this notice. Dluck If alive; and If dead his Unknown alive; and If dead his unknownheirs If dead his unkniwn devisees, unknown; Florida Railroad Company Southeast (huarter luorter of
i 4.1 y Special! Tex Krhool Dlstrlet No 10 Each claim or demand shall he InwrltnJ hens, devisees, legatee or devlnee, legatee or grantees legatee or grantee*; Mary P. Ship- a corporaton. a better description quarter of Northwesi end
i ; ,, F. Norman $r. and shall state the place grantees; Thomas I Dlckaon, If a- ; Jeasld M. Ladd, If alive, and man, If alve; and If dead her unknown I .aid .f.ndant and the tioutheait quarter 'Iliortor
f: t Hutchison r."ld.n.e and post office addressof live; and It dead his unknown heirs.devisees If dead her unknown heir, devisees h.lrl. legatee, or I name of the trustee of said corporation quarter of NorIha51' ai,, $uUthe..
O. Alvare the cl.lmant. and .hal be sworn legatee or grantee; Edward legatee or grantees; Daniel :: ; J. Slattery. being unknown; J. L. Southeast quarter .|"J.S \
I HU.H.I Norman to be the claimant agent or N. Dlckerson and wife Mary Llnd..y; Marlon W. Llndsey: Ila I'"j .t known address wa I Harvey[ Realty Company a betterdescription of Northeast-quaru-r,and \Norlhi'i' ,
u. .. attorney and any such claim or Caroline Dlckerson, If alive; and If Mertle Llndsey; tevy 111.. if alive; and If'' of said defendant being quarter of Northwest of !
t Special Tux Behoof District Ne. 11 demand rot so fled shall!! be void. dead the unknown h.lrl, devisees.legatee Llndsey; Fred Llndsey; If ; dead his unknown heir, devlaees, unknown; Pura Water Company Section ::13; East iuarer
John McKlnney J. OREEN 'or grantee of such defendants and If dead the unknown h.lrl. devisees legatees, or ; Aron Smith, a dissolved Florida corporation quarter of half of itluihaci
Irant..I Northeast
: R. a VVasdln A* admlnl.trator of the Estate. are dead; Thomas Dixon , legatee or grantees ot such .If alive; and his unknown and H P. Leach P. S. Leach Southwest quarter .
,' Berry DyalWiley First publication October 4, 1945 If alive; and If dead his unknown defendants n* are dead; F. II Long, I, deviates, I""at.e. ou grantees and J H. Henry trustee of said quarter of quart r o f SOUthWeL
; I Edmondson 10-5 4t 10-28 helm, d.vl.e". legatees or grantees If alive: a".1 I if dead his unknown ; Charles F. Smith whose last corporation; Raley-Hamby Company West half of Northeast quaner Nod
New River : Elizabeth Dixon If alive; andIf heirs devltee*, legatee or grantee known address wa Kenosha WI., a dissolved Florida corporation Northwest Northwest quarter! of
:::1 I i Bperlal: District No. 1 IN! THE CIRCUIT COt'RT dead her unknown heir, devisee *: Jef Lon. If alive; and Ifd"ad If alv.; and If dead hi. unknown and Thomas B Hamby Emma quarter; and quarter of %durthe&,;
nT'o.= .TII *, legatees. or grantee; W. P. hi. heir*. devisee, .. legatees, or grantees M. Hamby and L. E OIH".I. trustees half of Northwest west ,quarter .,f SoUth
? / Kelley KIOIITII .trnlrlAL Dorough and his I wife Zaldee W.: legatee or grantee; Aaron Long- : IH.. Smith also known a* of said MeN. east 'uuai, (ter et .
: ; ; 15than fiapp .I.OR.n.. FOR BRAD- Dorough also known a. Zulden W. street, whose last known address Richard' H. Smith, If alive: and If Tenny and her husband William ter and quarter North; and Northwest qis"!I
. Oble Moody I FORI1 CHAN CKHY. Dorough, It alive; and If dead the was Cook County 111, If alive; andIf dead his unknown heir, devlaee, renoIr whose last known addresses ; of half of North.,1
: : : Ilellhronsi W. H.: EDWARDS, JR.. unknown heirs, devisee, legatee dead his unknown heir, devisees, legatees, or grantee; Dwight M. were Minneapolis, Minn.; If alive; quarter East 3-4 of Southwest quarter, .
' Spend Tax 1..0. District !N. IS AND HIS WIFE or Irant..a of such d.tendantl a. legatee, or grantees: Edward Mc- Snow .aloo known as D. M. Snow. and If dead their unknown heir, west South half of North
: : J. S. Hnpp EULA M EDWARDS. : are Ellnabeth Dougla. Knight. If alive; and if dead his Unknown and wife' Maria' A. Snow If alive;, I e I ales, or .rant.el'J".ph ; and North quarter half of Southwest juarter,f
Freda Clark Plaintiff whrme last known address was Suffolk heir, devlae.a. legatee or and If dead the unknown devisees P. lICul.y. If :- i ter of of Northeast qur.|
e 3 'r Russell Carter '.VI.THOMAS. County Mms, If alive; and I grantee; J. J. McLeod and wife legatees, or grantees such dead hi* heirs, devisees, Southwest Southwevt quarter ana|I

o Tully Norman J. BTTRRIN dead her unknown heir, devisee 8m I thy P. McLod. also known a. def.ndant.;; as are deed; Arthur R. legatee grantees; quarter of quarter of Nortltat
# Southwest I
Itlslngperlal JAM EH ir. FOS3 Suatone Drol- Smlthle if alive and If If
1"I"t.el or grantees; ; Snvaer alive; and If dead his <3)
13' Tax School Dlstrlet 1.. 1. ET AI If alive; and if dead his dead the unknown heir, devisee*, unknown devisees' AND TO ALL PERSONS HAVING North Southeast half of Noi thwe,.t (quartn"ofI
Floyd Crosby Defendant unknown 1.lrl. d.vl".H. legatee. or legatee or grantee of such defendant or ; Sommerkton I..tee. Oil CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN quarter; and .Nurthw il
31 U. B. Kelley BILL TO QUIET TITLE grantee; B. Duncan If alive a* are dead; David W. Mc- whose last. Au.u.te was New THE FOLLOWING DESC1UBEDLANDS quarter of Northeast quarter off
', : Cauley Crosby NOTICE AND ORDER TO APPEAR ; and If dead his unknownheirs Nulr whose last known address York .N. '. if addre.: and If dead : Southeast quarter ,und Siiuthtaitl

Harry TillS STATE OF FLORIDA: devisee, l.gat..1 or grantees was Warsaw Wyoming County, his unknown heir, .devisee, legatees Lots 35. 38 and 44, In Woodlawn Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter oil
I 1 Ilrookerperlal TO: The following named de. ; A. Eu"telnon", L. Faulk New York If alive; and If dead his or grantees; James T. In Section 10; The Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter, and W gnuthcotl.,t half!
Tax spbool District No. 18 scribeS and classified defendants & Company; Palmer Brother; Ear- unknown heir, devisees, legatee ter. individually and n" Trustee of I of Southwest Quarter East 'of quarter of
-r J. B Edwards, Sr. teln and Leahman Kisser and or Eben O. McNair and quarter; and North half of Suun-l
; ; "
described and classified Company Railway and Northwest ofSoutheaat
fr a* Irante.I a cor- ; quarter east
n.m.d. quarter of quirttrl
l ? 3 : A. Fowler below : Stearns; MoBher Brother, M. Ferst Lur. V. McNalr whole lest poration, If alive; and If dead his ; and Southeast Southeast
quarter less Right of Way of I
Clyde Cane & Company Lippman Brother E. was Wyoming unknown Railway, ind
; ;
(1) ad"rel" War.ILw. heir. devisee, legatee, quarter of Southeast quarter of
Lee Oalney. J. Acosta; whose last known address County New York, If alive; South half of Southwest quan,
; I; 11-3 The following named defendants grant.el. .ucc..or: Mrs. B A. Northeast_ quarter_ ; _and South half And South half t\9 Mhi.iiu. .
5t ..
% of wa Savannah Georgia a and If dead the unknown heir, devisee Htalllngi, .
t-1 who are r..ld.nt of the State al.o a* B. A. Stal- or South hilt or southwest quar- ter of Southeast :
"Florida: better description of Bald defendant *, legatee or grantee of such lings. and her husband W. J. Stal- ter of Southwest quarter; and quarter lc lull
,) If CIHCI'IT COITIIT. BRADFORD Louis II. Hill also known a. and each of th.em belnl un d.fendant. a* are dead; Marie ling. If alive; and If dead the un South half of Southwest quarter ofNorthwest of way Southwest Right of Way; and lat half' !
1 known. If In existence: defunct Louise McNair, whose last known I known heir quarter of 8outh#utj
'f t COUNTYi FLOHIUAl IN CHAJMtERY. L. H Hi: Emma Pearce Hill: Annie d.vlaee. legatees, or quarter; In Section 12; quarter except parcels dvvdnl !
; Godwin; Henry Godwin: the unknown heir. devisees addre was Mlnn.apol., Minn., If grantee of d.fendant. a* are North half of Lot and 8; and al Magyarl and Crawford to.1 1tlon
Iv. HIlard. Plaintiff vs. John I John Oodwln; A. H. Harley and legatees. granteew, or successor of alive; and If unknownheirs dead; Max ", whose last Lot 19 and 41, less Right of Wayof 34 Southeast In 8
r i, ;, B. Defendant. Case No. I wife Ahble S. Harlev: W. H. Smith: such firm severally and collectively devise*, legatee or grantees known address w a. State Road No and Right of ; quarter or
1 5 406a.'r lllard. Shi Smltbr'JA.; llowe; Cor. a* are defunct and the member I ; John McRae also known as Ua.. If illve; and If Sav.nn.h.* unknown Way of Seaboard 1 Line Railway; of Northeast Southwest quarter quarter; and of Went Nortltwetquarter hat''

: ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Long; Florence E. Powell thereof severally; Martin L. Eas- John rlcJUa. Individualy and a* heir*, devisee, legatee, or Inecton 1; Houth half of Lots ; and West half of North!
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I Flynn; Martha, A. Powell Wood; terbrooks, also known a* Martin L. Rairoad Company grantees: Ada Stewart, If .lv.; and ; Lot 1, 2, 5J..6. 7, west quarter of Southwest
' STATE FLORIDA to?. Pfc. : Luther ,1'ow.l; Mattle Powell OaI Esterbrooks, whose I a t known a corporation. alve; andIf If dead her unknown heir. devisees 8, 14, 41, 42, al, and 44 In Wood- West of Railway Right of quimrf!
.4 ( lllmrd: The of address was Wl., If alive dead his unknown devisees War
/ f John R whose address I Is: I haghan; Powell; City"la'l le.atee. o grant.el; Julius lawn; also Northwest quarter of and East unIt of Southeast I
: : 14548801-1103 Big, Ber. Co. Avn,. I Starke, a Florida municipal corLlllle ; and If I unknInheir. grantees, or successors alve: If dead his Southeast quarter o f Northeast In Section 36 West half of quarter Nortli I
l APO No. 914. % Postmaster, San poratpn; *, devisees, legatee grantee : C. Maglll, also known unknown devisees, legatees. quarter; In Section 14; Lots 1, 2, 4, east quarter of Northeast I
t I *; Mary D. also a W. C. Maglll, and his wife MaryC. or grant-ea, quarter
Francisco, Calif. (I) Ea.terbrook. ; Louise 8. Stoughton. 13, West half of Lots 20. and Northwest of Southeast
Lt quarter -
known a* Mary L. Knterbrooks, whose last known ad.dre. also known
You lire required to appear on Mae Andrew also known 1.11. as Louise Stoulhton. 29. West hal of and Lot quarter of Northeast
3 November I. In the above a* Llllle M. Andrew. It alive; andIf whose last known address was Evanlton. 111, If a. whose lant known . 39. 40, 41, and West half of Lt and West half of Southwest quarter
named Court 14 cause, wherein dead her unknown heir. de- Keno.ha. Wl*.. if allv; and If live; and If dead the unknownheir Cook County, 111. if alive: and If 46, in Woodlawn In Section ; of Northeast and quarm Northeast
plaintiff ccek divorce.. Bradford "lle.l. legatees. or grantee; Char. her unknown heir, devisee *, d.vl.e.*, legatee, or grantees dead her unknown heir, devisee*. Lota 37, 38. 47. 48, 51, and 82, In quarter of quarter Southwest; quarlri
V-m County Telegraph shall publish .. H. Bailey. It alive; and If dead. legatee or grantee: D. R. Edwards of sUch defendant a* are dead; legatees, or grantees; Daniel B Sul- Woodlawn; In Section 18; Lot 13, of Northeast and North!
this Order In next four weekly hi* unknown devisee, legatee if alive; and If dead his un.known Manuel D. Manuelan. If alive and livan. >It a Jive; and If dead hi. un. 14, 1. and 18, South of Graded west quarter of quarter Northeast quarter)
Issue; grantee: H. heirs I devisee lelatee. or If dead hi heir, devlaee known hel. > and all of Lot 17 U 20
or Bal.y. .' l.cate"l. or ; 19. and South 3-4 of East half or
: grantee; D. R. ., If *, legatee or grantee; George haltof
Witness my hand and official whose lt known grante. ; P. and 29, 30 81, and 32; and South Northwest f outhra<
; Seal at Htarke. Florida this October Utica, New" York. If alive; and If alive; and If dead his unknownheirs Martin and w'fe Elizabeth Ann her husband Walter B. T.uQu.rry. Lot 39. and al of Lot 43, 53. 55, and quarter West half o of Northwest
devisees, legatee or Martin If alive and If dead the I.. If alive quarter;
1. 1945. dead her unknown heirs devisee, grantees ; ; and If dead the i 58, and 80, 82, In Woodlawn; of Southeast quarter
c (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. legatee, or grantees; Laura M. BIs- : M. E. Edward. If alive; and unknown h.lra. devisee, I.catee. heir., devlHoe. legatees, or gran- In Section 17; Lot 59. In Woodlawn; and Southwest quarter quarter if Southeast -
Ip r ? Aa Cleri or said Court. sell and her husband L. E. BUsell If dead her unknown heir, devU or grantee of such defendant a* I tees. ot "uch defendants a. are In Section 18; Lots 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. 8, 8, quarter and Southwest qUIT, I. pougla, Gainesville, Fla, If alive: and If dead the unknown sees legatee or grantee; Clar are dead; Dolphins Matt.on. whose I dead: Mary A. T.ylor. If alive; 11. 18, 18. 34, 35. 45. 48, 61, and 52 ter; and South; half of South tat
t ,Atty. Plf. 10-5 4t 10.1 heir, devisees, legatee or grantees M. Etter. If alive; and If herunknown last known address iJi.J.lead her "', heir, In Woodlawn, In Section 19; Lot 5, of Northeast quarter of Northw ij
: of 'such defendant as are heir'iNs. devisee, legatee New Yerk If alive; and If dead her d"vl"e.I le""l'res' or irrantee; 8, 10. 11, 12. 16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 quarter and East half of Northn-J
I dead: Etta Ualllson Bllnn and herhusband or grantee; H. Etter, If alive; unknown heir*.*, legatee Chari.* *, whose last 29, 30 32, a4. 35, 36 37 North half ; it
of Northwest quarter
IN (.letrl'r OI'IT. BRADFORD Charles P. Itllnn, Jr. If and If his unknown heir., devisees or grantee; Germain M.tteon. address was Rockfort. of Lot 88, all Lot 43. 44, 47, 48, 49, quarter Northwest and South hill
., $' FLORIDA IN CHAN- alive; and If dead the unknownheirs legatees, or grantees* ; BellA. whose la.t known addr.*.. Maine' 'it s.lIve i: and< If dead his unknown 60. 63, 80, 83, and 84, In Wood- of Northwest quarter: of Norlliw. |
I CERY. devisee legatee or Floyd. Individually and as Ad Louis, Mo., It alive; and If dead heir, quarter
r4 grantees devll.e. legatee, or lawn; In Section 20; Southeast
John David, and South half of NorthJ
Cain v*. of the Estate of David her unknown heir, devlwee legatees grantee quarter;
Plaintff. of such deendant. a* are mlnl"tratrl. ; lam.* Thorpe, whose last quarter of Northeast quarter; and 36 all (
Catherine ''Hrwal.r. a* Floyd If alive and If or grantee H O. Mile known address west quarter; In Section : J
I. dead; J. his wife deceased ; .; was Mas,. East half of Northwest quarter of ultuail
Catherine 1. Lowel. the land bring
T"rwlt.r Cain Defen Mary I, known dead his unknown devisee, and Comp.ny. a better description If alv.; and If dead Northeast quarter: and Southwest foregoing *
a.1. Rain
dant. ( r.tek. In Five ((5) South
see Township
F I. last Krantee. .uccelaor; of ef.nd.nt being unknown ., legatees, of Northwest
who. < .. or gran- quarter except Bradlwl
UOBtck. quarter East In
Two (22) ,
UP ", Klovd It alive address tees Twenty
""""rlen County n.orgil. : dead whole wa : TrubV. If alive: and If 10 acre In Southeast corner;
p4i ANI>' NOTICE TO APPEAR If alive; and If dead the unknown his unknown heir, devlHees legatee New York, N, Y., If In existence; dead hi. unknown and"Ht bolt of Southwest quarter County, Florida;
STATE! FLORIDA to: Cather- heir, devisees, 1"I.t..M., or grantee . or irantee; David J'loyd. II, If-defunct the unknown h.lrl. de- legate.H. or granteel; devl"ee.Lynn ; and Southeast quarter of CJREETINU:
In also known a* Cath- of such a. are whose last known was le"lt.e.. grantees cue- Turner Ujo a Alr.d Southwest quarter; and Southwest W. H. Edwards, Jr, and his wlfj
In* Tarwater C.ln. 110-A Second dead; 'V.. F. Oodwln and wife AnIle Wlnthrnp Mass., If alive; and If c..or. .aid firm and the members Turner, end hi* wife Caroline L quarter of Southeast quarter of Eula M Ulwards having tUtt '1thl
. Street, Blakely' Mobile, Ala dead his unknown heirs, severally Lazarus nor whaie Court their swoon Bill f ColT
\ 3 hl"nl. Lou Oodwln whose last known heriot ; last known addresses Northwest quarter; and Northwest *
,1 bama. ." wi Berrlen County Georgia : legatee or grnt.e.; Jamel II. Mohr Individually and as Trustee were Chl.ago. 111.. If : and If quarter of Northeast quarter' of plaint in this suit, the naturt arl
You aru reQulr..1 to appear on If alive; and If dead the unknown Fosn, Individually, and a* Trlat.e. whose last known address w I* dead theinknown heir.alv., Southwest : and South half purpose of which I is to delerro i f
November 6, 1945, In the above helr. devisee, legatee or I and a* Trustee of Syndicate Chatham County. Georgia If alive; legatees, or grantee of such'f.ndant. of Northeast quarter quarter of Southwest the title of the plaintiff* t U IM
& named Court and cause wherein grantees .ulh defendant a* are and his wife, Lillian W. FOBS, and If dead his unknown heir*, as are dead : James S. quarter; and West half of Southwest land herelnabove described U to 1
4 t ; plaintiff ..ek. annulment. Bradford dead; Bostlck-Undwln Company 'a I also known a* Lillian FOB*. who"eI devl"ee. 1 legatee or grantee; Cor. Tyler, If alv.; and If dead hi. quarter of Southeast quarter; good and sufficient alwolutt t M*
; County' Telegraphshall publish last known were Cam- delia S. Monroe last known unknown have all claim an
4 better description of said defendant I addre.e. whole h..rl. devisees, legatees, and Northwest quarter of Southeast simple title, to
.. ________Y this Order In next four weekly being unknown; J. II. Bostlck I bl'hll'I Mass: If alive: and If dead addr"ll wa Rochester, New York or grantee; Johanna Wall If alive quarter; and West half of Interest of the defendant
Issue. and W. F. Oodwln, partner doing I ( heir, devl.eee. legatee If alive; and If dead her unknown ; and If dead her unknown Southwest quarter of Northeast each of them In end to ,aid'<"irl
Witness my hand and official busIness under the firm name and I *, or srantees of such d.fen- heirs devHees, legatees or grantees devUne*, I\gatee. or gran quarter of Southeast quarter and passed upon ami ,determine ''I
s seal at Htarke: Florida, this 4th style of Bos tick & GodwIn; Naomi dante a* ai. dead; Woodlawn Syndicate ; J 1 rlo'rilon. also known a* ; tees: William last Southwest quarter 0 f Northeast; remove cloud upon the plain""*

;; October 195.OFFICIAL If alive; and If dead her I a better description of said J. .. .lve; and If dead known addre8 was Nor walk, Mass. quarter; Ir. Section 21; East half of title to said land, to quiet and T0''
t ( Uo"tck.
) A. J. Thomas
firm .ln"nknown. it in existence his unknown If alive title
heirs, devisees, legateesor d.vl.eeM. legatees ; and If dead his unknown Southwest quarter of Southeast firm the plaintiffs' ti
A. Clerk if said Court. A. L. Jr. If ; and If defunct the unknown or grantees; F. If alive heirs, devHees, and In which bill of 'imPla1t'
granteoa; Bradley Mouln. I.gatee. or gran- quarter; In Section : Flocks ,| |
Duncan. 611 Lynch belle'
;- Building, alive; and If d."d his Qnknownheirs heirs, devl.'e., legatee, Ir.ntee. ; and If dead h. (coal D. W. Wellman. whose la.t 4, 6, and 8, and all 2 .l 10 except plaintiff state that they '
for Fit.i Inland
:i ' Jack.onvll. Aty. f clevIHee. I..atee. or grantees or successors of said firm th. heir, d.vl"ee. I."ate. or grantees known address was St. Lula. Mo., 315 feet East and West by 210 there are person Interested betel'J
10.2 and If thereof severally and col- ; James N.! if alive; If alive and If Involved and
i ? ; Lee Bradley, If alve: m.mber. : dead hi feet North and South In Southwest herein
: 'lectively; Edwin S Foster, If alive and It dead hi unknown heir devise heirs devisees, whose nam" I'J
dead hii unknown devisees, ; *. legatee or gran corner and belonging to the Methodist above described
tj % IN einci'IT ('OlIIT. BRADFORDrot"vri. legatee or grantees; M.' L. Bradley and If dead hi* unknown heirs, devisee ".. legatee or grantee; R tees; Norton D. Werkhelser If a- Church South Mr. unknown to them, and *avin to j
KLOIIII>.\I i\ CHAN.CKRY. If alive; and If dead his unknown *, legatees or grantee; ThomasS. MUle and wife Eugenia Muse If live: and If dead his unknown H C. Dodd Episcopal and Mrs. A. L. Godwin ther nam-d therein certain 31eran
Foster, If alive: and If dead his alive and If dead the unknownheirs devisees ; as kOo .
h.lrM. legatee or ; legatees, or grantees of Block 14 and the South half firm and corporations
: ) Effl Llnder. Plaintiff V*, Henry grantees; Frank N. liritdshaw J and I unknown nelrs, devlnaes legatee I d v'n'! ""*, lugateo or grantee : Mary P. White If alive; and al Block 15, all In East Lawtey. a* by name to them, the said pilin I
(, ; Under, Defendant. Case No. 4073. wife, Elnui 1..Jun. Bradshaw If alive or grantees, Nellie W. Frank and of such defendant a* are If dead Her unknown heir, devisees per plat reqorded In the public tiff*, but a* not known br'J'J
ORDER OF PUBLICATION ; and If the unknown helm.devisee I husband Charles Frank. If alive; dead; Matilda N.llon. If alive; *and legatees, or grantee; C. F, record of Bradford County Flor- the said plaintiffs. 'hether J
_ _ AND TO APPEARSTATE and If dead the unknown heir de- If dead her unknown devl- am, las
,OTII *, legatees or grantee of suchdefendant heir, Whltoel and wife Ellen C. Whit- ida In 23 and 24; The any of them are dead or
t ) to T-Hgt. are dead; S. Brown vl"ee. legatees, or grantee'of such ...I. leg"tee. or grantee; Ann E. alv.; and If dead the Unknown North .cton. Southeast believed by them the "n
_________ -, Henry LIder-6189.! O. N. Company and wife I ta' Brown, Ir.a i v ; and d.t.ndant. a* are dead; Martha C. Noye., If alive; and If dead her helrl. devisees, legatee, or of hal Northwest quarter quarter and plaintiffs. It living, to be intetedbo. ]

i "heeler. Georgia. If the heir, devisees, Prink. If alive; and If dead her unknown unknown heirs, devisee, 1"lat.e.. grantee of .ucl def."dant. a* are the West 420 feet of the Southwest; In the property end premides bar aJ
.. 3. or grantee of such defendant heir, devisees, orgrantee or crantee.; George W. Nalon. ailo dead: Ervln Whl.ey. whose last quarter of Southeast quarter of In Involved nd hereiflah0'S be'i
r, You are required to appear on a* are dead: Charles A. *: Anastasia alli'.t.e.alknown a* George W. Mason, whose known 'adr.* Northwest scribed and. If dead, to hav
_ _ Nov.mb.r 5. 1945 In the above Brown Jr., If alive; and It dead his a* Anastasia C. Oalln. If last known address was Chicago, Man, If .; and'If Somervile. quarter In Section interested therein; 1
named Court and cause, wherein unknown hlrs, devisees legatee alive; .And If Ofead h.r III, If alive; and If dead his Unknown known heirs, devisee 1 .legatee, or 2and: commencing made all person'nbJ|
And having
? plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford or grantee; Thomas J. Burrln also heir, devisees, legatee. or gran- heir, devisee., legatee or grantee; Eben N. Wllicox and at the Northeast otNorthwe.t any 'interest
corner ]
. County Telegraph h a I I publish known a* Thomas Burrln also teen; Harold II. Oalllnon, If alive; grantees; Mary L. Overtook whose wife Marie Louise Wllicox. whose Ing or claiming land parties[ t
:, tlila Order In next four weekly known a* T, J. Porno; and his wife and It dead hi* unknown, de- last known address w a Cook last known address wa Detroit quartet .t Northwest above described said bill cori'
-.- lne Jeanette E. Burrln also known a* vlaees. legatees. or grantee; Katharine County 111. If alive; and If dead Mich., If alive; and If dead the unknown quarter of Section 24, and running fendant to the
4 Wltnesi my hand and official Bartlett If alive and her un'Ecnown heirs devisee, legatees heirs South to land of L. H. plaint' '
Jennett Burrln also known a* Mrs.J. U.II.on. ; legatee, or JUI.
: seal at Florida this Oc- If dead her heir, devisees West on line ofj ald 750 feet And having demanded; froj |
1 tltke. E. Burrln If alive; and It dead or Irant.. : M. Packham. grantee of d.f.ndant. a* are i
tob.r >, the unknown legatees legatees, or grantee; Louis I If alive; .\ his unknownheirs dead; Orhnd. B. and wife South 830 feet West 8no feet. Clerk of the Circuit ,
(OFFIcAL MEAL) A. J. Thoma*, or grantee such d.vl.eel. B. tlahia3n. Individually and a* Executor devisees,I, legatee ,or grantees Julia E. Wllicox.Wilcox ; and If North 1000 feet East 489 feet, for Bradford County, Florwai 505
A said Court.T. a* are dead; Thomas T. Burrln. If of the Estate of Katharine ; M. E. Padl.t. If alv.: and If dead the unknown .alve, devisee, thence Northerly 1000 feet East 188 making of an order *qUirIlf a J
) Frank Lnndrum, Strke. Florida alive; and If dead his unknown B Oa.llliioii. I. alive: and If dead dead his d.vl..e., legatee*, or grantee of such d.. feet to point of beginning In Sec persona and parties to.' .K Opj
t .Atty. for Pit. 1Q.6 4 1.1 heirs deviser, legatee or grantee his unkniwn ., devisees, legateeS legatees, or grantee; Ida Parrlsh. fendant a* are- dead) tions 23 and 24; containing 20 their said bill of colliPlaInt elt
., , ., .; Reubln J. Burrln If alive; and grant .h".rd successors: Bertha If alive ;ind If dead her unknown William nd wife Rose 'JInwll: acres more or less; South half of a day not lees than twenhl daY' to
.4 \ _ IN C1RCI IT C-OI'RT. RRADFORI If dead his.unknown heir, d.vl..ea .- M. If alive; and If heir, devisees, le..t.e. or grantees Hams, If "lv.; and If Northwest quarter of Northwest days nor more than slimy| of '
: COUNTy.. FLORIDA"! ('I"N ; legaties or grantee: Reuben dead her unknown devUees. ; Helen . I S Parsons, known d.vllee., legatee., or quarter; and Northeast quarter of the date of the makint
il '_ CKRY.Carmen F. Burrln If alive; and If dead legatee or grantee.; Batrlc. M. whoa last known address was grantee nf such defendant a* are Northwest quartet except 3S acres order: ORDFRF
p BaunJers PI.lnttf. v*. Wil his unknown helm, devisee*. legatees Otlbert and husband ? E Gil New York if alive; and dead; C. J. Wllam.on.; U L. Wll. In Northjast corner and 5 acre In IT IS. THEREFORE. defend)0
aUfder., C a or grantees- Rtuben T. Burrn) bert If alive; and If dead un. d..d unknown heirs, devisees llamson: itd.a,3, the Southeast corner; and a piece of that each and '9'to
__, -N. 4010ORDER. and his wife Caroline Burrln. If known heirs. devisee. legatee or legatee*, or grantee; B. A. unknown .alv.. devisees, I.catee.. land 345 feet North and South and above named, designated IP
OF PUBLICATION alive; and If dead S unknownheirs grantee of .url defendant a* are p.ty. wh.,.. last known address or grantee of such defendant a* 680 feet Hast and West lying West fled are hereby required bill of ...l 1
'.. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR devisee legatee or grantee dead; Sarah Oleason and husband Middlesex County Mass., If are dead; P. K. Wilson. If alive; of State Road No. 1J- less 1 3-4 herein to the plaintiffs 5t d''I
STATE OF FLORIDA to Pvt. of such defendants a* are Gilbert E. Uleason. If alive; alive; and If dead his .unknownheirs and If dead his unknown heir, devisee acre on East aide being In North plaint herein filed. on the
_ _ William i
_ tllnd.r.. Flnley General dead: John W. Bushnell and wlf. and If dead the unknown heir. devisees devisee, legatee*, or grantee *. lel.te. or grantees; J. E, half of Southeast quarter of North of November 1945. and that? ItlVe
Ho.plt.l., Thon..vlie. G.arll& Ellsa J. If alive; legatee. or grantee of such *; Emma Paul and husband WI.on .nd Laura west quarter; In Section 28; North psbllshed in the
i -. i- on dead the h"ln. devisees, d.t.ndant. a* are dead; C. P. Gou. Joseph E. Paul If alive; and If A WI.on., west quarter of Southwest quarter order be TelegraPh, S
, November named Court 5, 1946 In the above legatee. or grantee of such defendant ger andwife Lula B Gouger, If dead the unknown devisees. live; and nlr.'r,h unknown of Northeast quarter; and South ford County Bradford CUflh1
i plaintiff itcks and cause, wherein a. are dead; Hector Cameron alive; and If dead the unknown legatee or grantees of such defendant heirs, d .vbe. ., or grantees east quarter of Northeast quarter published in wesic for four
; County divorce. Bradford It alive; and If dead his Unknown heir, devleeec, legatee or granlee n* are dead; Daniel Peabody of' such defendant a* are of Northwest quarter; and West Ida, one. a '
this Telegraph "hall publish heir. devisee, legatee or of such defendant a* are whose last known addresseswere dead: Ern-st C. Weler also known half of Northeast quarter of North week hand a. Cle") M
f Issues. In next four weekly grantee; James H. Campbellwand dead; William H. Ora p.r. If alive; Alton. New Hampshire and a* Ernest C. Wrier whose last east quarter of Northwest quarter: WITNESS my th 4111
said l
and If dead his unknown heir Stoneham. Mas If known and Northwest nuarter of North the seal of .Co"Tta, m'lBRADFORD
Witness wife Helen A. whose last *. alive; and If a' drees was Vermllllon 1946 at *
vi Seal my hand and official known addre-ta Campb.l. County. devisee*, legatee or grantee W dead his unknown County III. If alive; and If dead west quarter of Northwest quarter; of October. "! .
at tttarke
i tober I. U 15. Florida, this Oc Ilnol., It alive; and If dead the C. Oreen, If alive: and If .j.nknown his legatee or .h.IUb anl.1 D. hi. unknown h.lra. dvlee.. lega. and South 2-4 of the East half of County and Stat A. J. 'I' ,,
:r. (OFFICIAL heirs, devisee, legatee heir, devisees. legatee Peabody whose Init known address tees, or : Lottie A. Ship- Southwest quarter of Northwest 'Court, *
) A. Irantee. Circuit
# As Clerk of FAr Court. .J. Thomas or trant... of such defendant a* or grantee; Herman A. Uudger wa Stoneham Mas. If alive; and man If ; If dead her un- quarter; and Northwest quarter of Clerk, Florida.
T. Frank l are George A. Cassedy Company whose 1 * t known addres wa If dead hi. unknown heir, devisees, known heir, devisees; legatees, orgrantse. Southwest quarter except 10 acre county, Crosb,.
Alty. for .ndrum.. $tarke. Florid. a b.t.r description of said Buncombe County N. C., If alive; legatee, or grantee; William P. .; Mr*. E. P. Shtpman If a- In the Southwest corner; and North By' Lucille
io-5 4 10.2 defendant, b.lnA unknown If In *x- and, If dead his unknown heir.. de- P."bodY. whose last known ad live; If dead her unknown heir. east quarter of Southwest quarter Clerk. Williams, Staff0rh Cl
Ilt.ncI; : I defunc the un. vlsee. legatee* or grantee.; Bryant Alton New Hampshire. devisees, legatee, or grantee; ; Anastasla of Southwest quarter; and South Joe Hill for rlalfltitt'
? iv riiirirr cot'IIT. miiironn known heirs.. . leghtej, K. Oursrnii'is, also known a. B. H.Gurganos If alive: tnd If dead his unknown Oatlison. If alive; If dead west quarter of Southeast quarter well, Attorney'
,. ; S ('01'' "'r1. P1.1)511) 5. I' (I.\=- grantees, and .ucc..or.. of said alao known a* Bryant heirs, devliee. legatee or grantees her unknown heirs, d..IH.., legatees of Southwest quarter; and South STATE 01" FURIIOA
'tIIY.Rta firm and the .mb.r thereof; H. Ucrgane. Individually and a* ; Rln! A. P.abody. If alive; or grantee; J. F. Morrison, east quarter of Northeast quarter COUNT'S"rha th l 'I'
i S Crenli Hrlnnon Plaintiff. V*. David II. Chapman wife Etta Agent and his wife Margaret K and If dead h.r unknown heir*, whose last known address wa .1018 of Southwest quarter; and North I hereby certify a '
1xS : l.uelul Calhoun "ln.on. Defendant. <\ Chapman, whose ane known addresM Uurganus. If alv.: and If dead the d.vlo.e. >. ..* or grantee; J. Buckle Street Indianapolis, Ind, west quarter of Southwest quarter and foregoing instrume of ,i"' NOT',
S Case No 4071 was St. Louis Mr, If ; unknown h.lrl. d.-I...*, legatee A. Peter, If alive; and If dead his If alive; If dead his unknown of Southeast quarter: and South and correct copi'AND ? ,,
-e ) PPBLICATrOV and If dead the unknown alv., or grantee of such defendant a* unknown h.lrl. d.vIHe.H. legatees, devisees, or grantees; west quarter,of Northwest quarter ORDER TO APf i ,
:'S : AND A.OTIPR Tn APPEAR .1.... legatee or grantee of such are dead: Sherman S Gullfoll if grantee; Wllhclmtn Rlchert Oak lelat.e. Florida corporation of Southeast quarter; and North in the above named and> rt
S S STATE OF FLORIDA to: .defnndant as are dend; Khenexer alive, and If dead his unknown Phillips, If ilive; and If dead h.runknown ; Florida Development Cor- east quarter of Northwest quarter pear by the file
5 Calhoun Drlnson 8. C. a.o A B. i K. Chapman and wife Husle H. Chap heir, davtee. legatee. or grantee heir, d.vl".a. legatee dissolved corporation a of Southeast quarter; and West my office. hand fld
Craton. a
S I'.1).ub No. 19. San Bruno. Call- man whose last known address *; c'n and wife Alice or grantees; M. Pottle, description of said de- half of Northeast quarter of South Witness my this 4th"of
: _ torn is. was Oxford County, Maine. If alive; M Bali If alive and If dead the whose last known addre wa ..t.r and the name and ad- east quarter: and North half of seal at Stark., Florid
You are requl.1 to appear on and If dead the unknown de unknown devlvees, legatee Boston Mass, It .lv.; and If dead ilrenee of the trustee of said corporation Southeast quarter of Northwest October "'"', j. ..
November |In the above viseecL or grantee of iiirh defendant hi* unknown quarter; and Southeast A
_ 114. 10Rate. or such a* legatee I unknown; fradford Court.
_ named Court cause wherein "'. ", are dead: J.. A Chap- are dead; Frank W. Hall. It alive, or *; d.vl..e.L County 1'.lnt a defunct Florida Southwest quarter of N o rthea"quarter Clerk .Circuit
_ Plaintiff leek divorce. Ir.dtord If alive; and If dead his and If dead hla'unknown t.nk. ; In Section 27; Southeast 1 County Florida crn,
un. heir d.-
pl. also known a* William C. Powell. corpor.ton. a better description of quarter of Southeast quarter of ; By Lucille Crosby. DepOt 7 'I II

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cenUy discharged at Camp Blending saddened to hear of the serious !, toher R, 1941. of Section 'L.T'J, 8 8, R tI RMra. c

after serving three years In illness of Mrs. Viola (OFFICIAL 8BAL) A. J. Thomas n .., Ouardlaa. It
EQV cIAiAi the Army. Going overseas Thomas of A. Clerk of said Court. of Charles T. Jones. t
) ErrrRN as a Brooker. She la the mother of K. H. Duncan, KIT Lynch Building;, 19-11 U 11-1 I:
replacement In the 3rd Division .Mrs. Clyde Brown. of this section Jarkaonvllle\ Fla. Atty. for Pit.
Newsom 19-12 4t 112: 0--0
- __ ... Cpl. participated In the 'and wo wish her N R
-- - -- -- --- H _ _. a speedy recovery -
campaigns In North Africa and that
- MANY t the und"nlrrned l I I. engaged In
\.08 n. CREWS RECEIVING MEN LAWTEY MAN SERVESOF Sicily before returning to the Remember BTU each Sunday NOTICE 18 IIKHKHY GIVEN TO business 'under the fictitious name i;I
)HOME SOON DISCHARGES FIGHTING SHIP States. For the past 16 months evening at 6 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that I of Oeo C. John Furniture Co., located n
The following p. m. Everyone Is will the 12th of November In the Green Bld -., Call IStarke
crews, men have received he has been In on day 8t. !
Francis B BM,2Cy3 Howard Kittles, Jr.. son of Mrs serving supply Invited to attend. IMS. veil at private sale the In. Fla, and Intends to register F
who tOOk part In discharges from the service Kitties Camp Blanding as an army artif tereat of Charles. T. Jones, a minor the said fictitious name In the office J '
:R. during the past few weeks: Mary of Lawtey serves a- iv: rmrtiT cornr. ""."UFORn In and to the following described of the Clerk of the Circuit ,;Ilc
f Iwo onlthatnisland sinceghe board the icer.Mr. ("OI.'IIT', FLOHIOAI IN 4..N. land In Bradford County, Florida. Court of Bradford County: jot ,.
Pvt. Roy Carter; Sgt. Albert USS Aullck. a 2100- Newsom has a farm at CKH IT. to-wit! George C *, i''
toned eight months ton Hellbronn Pauline B. NE of NWVi and NW% of NEVl -ll It 10-11: Lake Putlor. Fla.
landed almost Lee Crosby, Jr.; Leonard S. Kln- destroyer that completed three Springs but he and his Krilch Plaintiff v>. d
lilt LK>ule (Luka) Stretch _._
that he will Defendant.
wife wife are In trailerat -- -------------- -----
his months now living a ..
,go, writes chen Av. Chief M. M.; Arthur of dodging suicide planeson Ca No. 4043. -

be home. Nelson the picket line- a t Okinawa the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. OIUIEIOF' PUDLIC"ATION'AND For Safety Comfort and Economy . .
Holiday, Phm NOTICE TO
n 1-c
; G. Priest He ,
be took Part In land- without being scratched owns a lot of timber STATE gu(
Recently Lee Jordan or suffering OK FLORIDA to: Loul.
ald Ha Ha 2-c; Pre Ben- which he will cut before (Luka)
CM ChI Jim < a casualty. In November returning llrtlch. whose residence U
'p on back to jamin F. Yarbrough: Cpl. John to the farm.Theressa. unknown. FOR COURTEOUS
1944 however .
Aullck You
Ima but was Fuquay; T-5 Ollle\ W. was not : are required to appear on
await transportation Manning; so lucky. Two October 28 1945 In the above nara- -
VlO states his discharge Sgt. Anthony L. Mersereau; Pfc. Jap suicide planes e e . . . . e . "d? Court and cause, wherein plain CORRECT 1 I
and crashed her causing 34 deaths tiff ,,
and seek. divorce ,
the John W. Gllsson T-4 "* Itradford County $
to Wm. L. Bag- 59 wounded. Telegraph. shall publish this Order INFORMATION J.u J
II }
points. gett; T-5 Raymond In
1 B. Bryan; next four weekly Ueueltno.n ..

lie has been on active duty with Milton J. Jordan CM 2-c; St. Sgt. KARL: GEORGE ON Seal\\ at Stark. my fl. Florida this 15th.. ,,\ Please rhone 147 "7

( Navy for four years and beta R. F. Eaton Jordan; Pfc. Lee B. SHIPBASED By Miss Ida Ilagan September. 1946.OFFICIAL '
the IN
i: going to iwo Jima served II I Chambers; SgtGeo. C. Silcox; Pvt. Earl George G.ILVKSTONB. CM 3-c. son of a e . . . . . A( Clerk of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas, Hide Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses
two Geo. D.
Durand; T-5 Henry E. Walter C. HardeRty.
gisw former Miss Mrs. Bertalee George of Starke Mr. John E. Douty of Miami Florldu, D"ytnnn..nflaC'h.
the Futch; Pfc Virgil L. Robinson Ally for Plf.8 ft 10-I UNION BUS STATION
oars! ; la now on the USS Tarrant basedin visited her a 1 1st e r-ln-law, Mrs
Is making T-5 Cecil
irione t Warren E. Leach. Temple AUCY CONWAY Agent Stark, Fla. t 4
Waur .
her parents in Galveston, Texas He spent the I Martha Cantleberry and family ix {ruin'. .rornr. miI>.POIH> ,_.. ,q ,
lIIe with first few years of his Coast : Saturday. r<>! 1Y ...Lon..N (..u. ---- - -- -.p S p.pep ,) 3rl
until his return. CPI. JAMES SWINDELL r.ll: V.
rtula RELEASED; FROM: SERVICK Guard service stationed in Key I Miss Hazel Phillips went shop- Oonrire 13. Mooney, Plaintiff, v..
James West His address Is: B. E. Ing1 In Jacksonville Thursday afternoon Ileimlo L. !Mooney, Defendant. Case
Cpl. Swindell, of No 4nR3.
son Mr.
and Mrs.
J. Swindell of Theressa, IM. USN, Box 330, USS Tarrant We" are sorry to hear that Mrs. ANli NOTICK TO AI'J>IoJAB
rSE666Cold was released from service last STATB OK FLORIDA to Mr...
week at the Drew Field (AK-214)) Separa- Monday morning: in Crawford li1..avcor, *!86 llernando Street Meml c77
tion Station. He has been phis l Tt
PreparationsLiquid with the Military Police and serving be- LETTER RECEIVED W. Lang Hospital in Atlanta You are ::IJ.'lr"; to appear on k ,
fore FItO.M: JULIl'S KOWATCH I Ga. Theressa friends wish her a October. ItO, lUll, In the above named l
Tablets Salve Nose entering the Army was em- Court and cause, wherein plain
ployed as a Pearl Harbor speedy recovery. tiff Reeks divorce. Bradford County
As Directed carpenter. HIs wife
mm) Use Only October 8, 1945 Mrs. Rhoda Dampier of Starke Telegraph hall publish thin 0'.1'III .
and son, Larry, live In Starke. Dear Friends next four weekly luauea. J
: spent Friday night I with her Witness my hand and official
As you probably know I am father J. J. Zelgler and family. eat at Htarke, Florida thin Sep
tember' 26, .
on the USS Wisconsin and I read We are glad to hear that Felix 1045.OFKirtAL :!
( SISAL) A. J. Thomas
the Telegraph whenever I can Sullivan has AI Clerk. of said. Court.T. .
Can Use More received his discharge -
>> Pulpwood get hold of one. Being as the from the Army and is All. Frank)'. for I-nndrlim I'lf. Htnrke 9-28 4t Florida 10-1 /odc)

news stands out here don't carry home with his parents Mr and a. -.
gpp- WRITE TIMBER DEPT many of them I have to pick Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan.
irntriir roriiT. 1111 \i>Kf>iui

Container Corp'n.. of America, Fernandina, Fla. shipmates them up from third Starke hand from who, my as Mrs. Lillian Dodd and Mrs. Fred CKR('0': *"T1''. r..tUlln1, ('11 \,. NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU

Dodd and two sons were shopping William T. 0. Welch Plaintiff V*. r
1>- you know are L. D. Peek Radio In Starke Grace Honimrtielch.. Defendant.

II I I I .. Tec. 3-c and Edgar Wilkinson, S Saturday. Cane No. 4090.ORDER r
I III J. C. Cochrane and sons Bob- OF PUBLICATION
and Allen
-FOR- makes us Starke boys feel were shopping In BTATE' OF PLOIUDA to, Mm. i
Starke Friday.We draco Uonarnrtt" Welch I 1)21) S I Hev. I .
good to be able to know what's
I Concrete Block Construction e'lv lllvil Ilollvwood\ California L
going on at home and to know ...are glad to have Henry Von are required to appear on IN TilE SOUTHEAST

that our friends and folks will Hardee home again after spending November 12, 1046, In the abovenamed More people than any other.It .
Any Type Building Court and reuse, whereinphilntlff
be the same bunch of crackers three years overseas, but we are .seeks. divorce., Ilrailfnrii : 4

! when we get"back, which won'tbe sorry to hear his brother, Arthur County Telegraph" shall publish thinOrder must be.

0 Floors 0 'Sidewalks O Steps long. Hardee who lives at Lake Butler , In mv next hand four and weekly official I...KIIIWltneHK ..enl- .kA'fi1i

Here's hoping the Telegraph now, was severely wounded and at "Staike, Florida, thin. October 10,
Steel Window CasementsAlso 1II4S.
continues to flourish and keep us we wish for him a speedy re- (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A, J, Thomas,

posted on things back home untilwo covery.Mr. API. .I..k of mild Court.
T Flunk In nil ruin, Htarke FlorlilnAtty. !
and! Mrs. Frank Walker and 10.1k
Lumber Direct From MillJ. return.Your friend sons of Miami visited Mrs. Walk- for Plf. 4t 11-2

! Julius Kowatch, S 1-c. er's aunt Mrs. \V.V.. Packhamand I'C UU't IT ('II HP, lilt %lirOIIIIOI

MAURICE IV'AIJUS her grandmother, Mrs. Annie <' >T .OUI.\I| IN ( IIV>-
C.I'1I; Y. LiMaliel
GENERAL CONTRACTOR TILLMAN: F. IIOTTOUIXEASKD Trlest Friday.Mr Anthony Quirk plaintiff, vs.
FROM: SERVICE and Mrs. J. C. Sharpe and I Joseph Maurice quirk, Dt>f..n PHONE 91 daughters, Dola Mae and Jean- Case Nn 4018OIIDEK '
T. Sgt. TllIman F. Hutto son OP Pi'iiLirATioNANI ITIANTIC 'wAlEava mN
, __ I of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto of ette of Middleburg, Mr. and Mrs. : NOTK-K. TO APPKAIl8TATH ;

...... _. service Lee Burkhart of near Hamptonand . OF). Fl/OItlDA to: JaHephMnurli !
-- Starke was released from : n Quirk, whose residence and ffA y .
with the Army Air Forces at the Elbert Britt of Lake Geneva pout office addres. In. 107 Went 8Hhtllr..t k 1 1Me .

Prompt Service' Careful Drivers Drew Field Separation Center.In visited the Thomas family Sun- You, New are required York, N., to Y, appear on N..M .awe

October 1943 sent November 12, 1945 In the above ....,
he was day.Miss MmMl p-fiimilit In 4lh'M CferMu C..e. N.r.n O..w
Ida Hagan. Mrs. C. A. named Court and cause, wherein (tit i
overseas with the 91 a t .Bomb plaintiff seeks divorce Ilrudford .j ,
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Group to Europe where he re- Beck and Kenney Thomas were County Telegraph shall pulillHli thin II I

.. .... . ,._ -.. . q. mained until his return to the visiting In .Melrose. Sunday after- Order\VJtiinH In next four hand weekly and nffU'laldeal issues' ' .
United States in September 1944. noon. 'at Ulurka, Florida. this October '

He holds the Air Medal with two Mr. and Mrs. W T. Zeigler and 8.(OFFICIAL 1946. HEAL) A. J. Thomas Old Sarge's Place !I'L; 1

clusters and ETO ribbon with Sons, Tom, Joe and Vic of Jacksonville An. Clerk of .mild Court. ,

MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone three battle stars. < spent the week-end with 1'. Frank I.iindrum, Blai,.ke, Florida ,

He is married and has a son, his father J. J. Zeigler and sister Atty. for 1'lf. 10-12 4t 11-2 STARKE'S ORIGINAL ;

'150 Tlllman, Jr. Mrs. J. D. Griffis. iv. {'111( 11'. Cot liT miiironi
Cpl. and .Mrs. Merle L. Pack- ('fli1"1, FI.OHIIItl IV ('11 'N- ARM'YSTORE

O Day O Night R. N. CRAWFORD, JR. ham of Camp Rucker Ala., are John(in Adamson v. Plaintiff. vii. Kll....

------t IN f SPECIAL SERVICEPvt. visiting their parents, Mr. and both Emily Studs Adamson Dafen-
R. N. Crawford, Jr., who Mrs. W .W. Packham and Mr. and dant. C'RMe No.OF 4081.nnnrcii I'IIIILIPATION(

entered the service last June Is Mrs. Clyde Hall. ANIi>> NOTICE TO APl'KAIt
HTATK OF FI"c )ItIDA to! Kllinbeth -
Mrs.. A. L. Sullivan
now enjoying a ten-day furloughwith was shop- .
a 't Emily Blade I Adamson' whoiiereiililence
a :
7t: t his family at Lawtey. He ping in Starke Saturday. I I is unknown.You Authorized 2 '
was recently transfe r red from Mrs. C. A. Beck and brother, are required to appear on .
x November 12th, 194S In the above
Forth Leonard Wood, Mo., to Jesse Thomas were shopping In named. Court and cause wherein By The War Department 1

Va. and Is with the Starke Friday. plaintiff Meek divorce. Tlradford
Camp Lee ,
shall .
!! EVERYBODY County Telegraph publish thlOrder
89th Co., Special Service Train- Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kelsey have In next four weekly 1 issues.Witness -

' ENJOYS EATING ing Group. Pvt. Crawford is returned from a visit with Mr.Kelsey's . my hand and official Operated
neat at Htarke, Florida, thin October
AT trained as a craftsman to assistIn father in Indiana.Boatdrain. 5. 1945.
(OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, By an Ex-Soldier
the erection of stage settingsfor : I
. . i . An Clerk of Maid Court. 11,1 i,,
The touring camp shows. T. Frank I.andrum, Htarke, Florida II
PARK CAFE Atty. for Pit 10-12 U 11-2 I

iv 1111-1'1' roi'HT.COI hRAUI"Olin HEADQUARTERSFOR "
By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin i .J
Cpl. flU Newsom was was re- MILITARY SUPPLIES !
. . . . . Mannn, Plaintiff V*. MaiT-
e Noble
Delicious Regular Meals NOTICK TO C.UUITORSAll Kle No. 4093. Mason, Defendant. Can NOVELTIES and JEWELRY I

Demons having claims or demands Ronald Griffis was a Sunday OF
Healthful Vegetable Plates against. .. the entate.of.. Archibald dinner guest of Mr and Mrs. W. AND ORDER NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR } I
H. lohns. deceased, are here-
Short OrdersCNV' by notified and, required to thetheir E. Green. Nobles Mason. whose residence In
- claims. In the office of the Harold Prevatt of Jacksonville unknown. Ben Suslow'sArmy

- County Florida,Judge In of the Bradford Courthoune County at, was visiting friends and relativesIn November YOU are 13 required, 1916 In to the appear above on J f

Starke Fl. rM,., within eight calendar this section recently.Mr. named Court and cause, wherein
from the date of the .
month Plaintiff seeks divorce. RradfnrdC'oiihty
and Mrs. Claude Batten
tint publication of this notice or Telegraph shall publish thin
AY'S the fame will, hcreme void accordInir and family of Theressa were visiting Order In next four weekly (issues. Store ''l
to law. This September 26, Mr and Mrs. Sidney Grlffis Witness my hand and officialseal
1M5' at Htarkt! Florida this October
BURY n. JOHNS Saturday. *.
10. 1945. *
Station Admlnldtratrlx, of the estate of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. "
Archibald H Johns, daceaied. An Clerk of mild Court.
!S-28 4t 10-19 family of Bethel were visiting Mr. Zach II Dodglas, UalneKvllle, Fla.. ,
and Mrs. Ralph Galney Sunday. Atty. for Plf. 10-12 4t 11-2 ,
PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE Ralph Thomas of Middleburg S I
i.. :: .1
riRCi IT rorHT. niitiiFoiinf LIKE BEING
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo 'OW STY, FLOIIIUtl IV Vll.V. ,. p t tt
Griffis and Mr and Mrs. Roy (.'1')"y. '
Changing i Clarence John Smith, Plaintiff vs.lOlKle .
Griffis the week-end.
i over Hmlth Defendant. Cans. No !
Greasing Rev. Curtis Harris of Green 4092. \

Cove Springs was a Sunday din- ORDER OF' PUBLICATION It'I'It'I'j
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold HTATE OF FIXJIIIDA to Elsie x
Washing Griffis. Smith, whose realdence la. unknown.You : I
are required to appear on I It
j Joe Grlffis of Clay County was November U, 1945, In the above ;"
Polishing visiting here Sunday. named Court and came, wherein
plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradford I
Tire Repairs Mrs. Mary Brown Is visiting County Telegraph. hall publish this You make t
friends and relatives In Jacksonville Order In next four weekly. limuea. a'
Witness my hand and official, .seal ,ii
ELECTRIC ARC WELDING this week. at Starke, Florida, this October 10,
,J.V.. Sasser was visiting in 1046. V; BIG profit every
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t.: Thomas, j I
EXPERT i Hellbronn over the week-end. Aa. Clerk of said Court. .vttii '' :
Herman Garrett was a Sunday Zach ff Douglas. Ualneavllle, Fla. ' 1 !' time yoirsellYOURSELF
AMOCO GAS ONE HOUROIL I' Atty. for Plf 10-12 4t 11-2 '
dinner Ruest of Mr. and Mrs.'Zenas ,

& GREASE x WORKMANSHIP Grlffis. i\' {'IIT'T rni.IIT. hit \nl"flll". .e \\ ,)j I

,- Miss Opal Morrell was visiting ''ol.'rv. KLOIIII*I IV l'/IAV.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grlffis and (,":11 Y. It ,
A II.!! <, Katherlne William Brown, a Victory Bond !
Quaker State yet family Saturday afternoon.The Plaintiff, v*. Jesse Brown, Defen 1 ; :
of this
people section were I

Sealed Containers Brown whose residence I* j% Mm.Lettle .. EVERY ((3 INVESTED
Portraitof Key .U Main Street Moultrie. J
CAN ENTRUST YOUR Y'ou' are required to appear on
RIDE YOU aHappy .
November IS. 194& In the above
AUTO LITE FINEST WATCH TO OUR named Court and came. wherein
FLORIDA plaintiff seeks divorce., custody. of \
MOTOR BATTERIESTake CARE minor child and restoration of

LINES maiden name. Bradford County ....
& GREYHOUND Wife Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn 4l.
next four w..kly l..nue". 4
BUSSES Witness. my hand and official
She Lets Us Do The seal at Ktarke Florida, this Oc
For "4s!Dil4f TheSTAG
Safety .
0 I Baking for the Family
Comfort & '
Economy -W
[ 'War Bonds +
Phone 147 Buy @ 14
Care Of It Carter Bldg. Starke '



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., SAGE: ft tit II, in Iftv

will enroll and completethe IK CIRCI'IT COURT, BHADFOHO .,
:irst Aid I District Scout Meet rol'VTV. FLOHIMAI IM CHANjEIIY. .
n Expert course." <(< .
E Held At MacclennyMembers Committee Horace. H. Gunter, Plaintiff I ".. 11. .
Speaks To Scouts The District Finance Ruby Gunter, Defendant. Cane No. rt-O ,
I reported that a goal of $1,650 has 4100. : :

., Boy Scout Troop 70 held/ an Interesting of the Macclenny Boy been get tot the New River Scout STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby 0 A a2J4.

meeting at the Episcopal Scout Troop were hosts Monday, District toward the annual bud Ounter ORDER whose OF addrvH PUBLICATION In unknown

: rectory Monday night when I night to the New River District get of $30,000 for the North Florida -I AND are NOTICE required TO to APPEARYou appear on 3aHr.g ,

{ Scout meeting and Court of Council November 19, 1945, In the .above
expert i 1 Honor. The next district meeting will named Court and cause wherein
in first aid and water safety plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford
I :Main address of the eveningwas be held at 9 p. m., Nov. 19 In I County Telegraph shall publish/ this l 1,

gave a demonstration assisted by delivered by Jack P. Ennis Lawtey, home of Troop 110.() Pro Order In next four weekly I orflclaloral issues.Witness .
hand and
Steve Weldon. of Jacksonville, Council Chairman gram arrangements will be In at $Otarke Florida. this October

.' '( The meeting was conducted in !, of Leadership Training i I who charge of Prof. L. H. Futch 'and 15th, 1946.OFFICIAL.
4 the "Values of ScoutIng the Rev. C. Hickman. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
the absence of Scoutmaster Grover spoke on A* Clerk of said Court.

;". Mr. Ennis told of servicemen's . H O. Brown Btarke, Florida
b Alison who district
was attending the IV 4 UK I IT rot HT. IIKAI1KONI Atty. for Plf. 10-lil 4t 11C.II'I'I' -'
experience where Scout <'<>! >T\. F'/.(. ii)SI IV CIINtKIIV. 1
-t meeting at Macclenny where training had aided them in surviving IN rornT nnFomj
I4wls> Halnes a member of Troop Hilbert J. Orndorff. Plaintiff. V*. OI'N'I'V, 1"1.0Itln.I'll I CIIAH-
and also mentioned the
Minnie Odel Orndorff Defendant
I r'EtIY. ,
i 70 was awarded Merit In '
Badges fact that 81 percent of all deco Cane No 4101.ORDER I T-Sgrt. Preston. A. Tanner, Plaintiff
1- M PathfindlnK, Pioneering and OF PUBLICATION I| vii. Hally Tanner, Defendant, Cane
rations awarded during the war
jr Swimming. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR! No. 4016.I ,
were made to former Scouts. He I STATE OF' FLORIDA to: Minnie ORDER OF PUBLICATION
The new Troop Committee will Oriel Orndorff, whoa residence I...: I I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

4. meet at the rectory Monday night explained how Scouting preventsone set King Street, Alexandria, Vir, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bally HURRY . LAST 3 DAYS OF RECORD-BREAKING
sided development and aids ginia. > Tanner, whose address I I.. unknown. VALUES
}t at 7:30: o'clock for the purpose the boy to develop all-around You are 'required to appear on You are required to appear. on
of re-reglatering the troop. November 19, 11!45, In the above November ID, 1945 In the above
strength of character and personality named Court and cause, wherein named Court and cause, wherein' ,

1i __ __ The speaker also pointed plaintiff Keek. divorce, Bradford plaintiff seeks dlvorcu. Bradford 0 .. --.,
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t County Telegraph hall publish this County Telegraph shall publish
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out that whereas only one out Order In next four weekly |HHU" Order In next four weekly |IMMU"H.I i iI
of four ,8cout-uge b o y a attend I \Vltnenn\ my hand and official Witness. my hand and offlclaa Get the rin.lf
Heal at Starke' Florida, thin October I seal at Btarke, Florida, thin October 2 0 T ( d. .I !
W.C.T.V. church regularly, nine out of ten 16th. 1945. lUth 1946.OFFICIAL( c rr : e n I
who faithful A. J, Thomas A. J. Thomas.
church members. A.* Clerk of ald l Court. . I A Clerk uf said Court I
F + Itfoacl'hat l Dr. !.. ttdulnBurn : I I If. O. Brown ::Starke Florida I H O. Brown, Stark, Florida WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
t An Interesting feature of the Ally for Plf 10.19'41 11.9 Atty. for Plf. 10-1'J 4t 11-9 CAN
+ } Noted Rear Now BUY#
: en, Eye j _
r meeting was a brief address by!JIV rniRT. IIIIAUfOHU ,
;I and Throat SpnrlulUt, of Chicago I IV ('IR'I..I' ('OI-nT. 41RADFOIIDeol'YrY.
' Scout Leslie Bradley Junior ('Ol'V, pj.oiiutti i.v ('11I .\\- I
FI.Oltln I'M f."N.
HUM To .
Naytp' I I ('.:U\'. 1Kdnu
Assistant Scoutmaster of I ('Eli y.
Troop Mae Shelby Fltohett. Plaintiff
"As medical doctor I ttee ; 104 Raiford. v... Edward OtlH. Fltchctt.. Defendant. John MlntlPiiH! 1U Wynn Wynn, plaintiff Defendant., va. Doris Cans 'Fir'fOnePOLONIUM .
) '! a rising frinrratl of drug ad. The Advancement Committee ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND No. 4103.
? +<4 dicta, especially among our recommended that each local NOTICE TO AlfPEAR; AND ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR =
| STATE OF FLORIDA\ to: Edward!: t
;young Klrl... STATE OP FLORIDA to: DorlBMlntlen
troop In the district petition the Otis. }F"Itehrtt! wl..11 address l is. : % 431'North Lucerne 1
t I North Florida Council for permission Hurliurban Drug Store, Portsmouth, Baltimore Wynn Maryland. '
When 'a package or two of Virginia Avenue
to hold local Boards of You are required to appear onNovember SPARK 4
r + rlgarettcn a day In not enough You are required to appear on 19, 1945.. In the above
Review under supervision of the November 19, 1945, In the above wherein .-
n named Court and cause
4 lo oootlio their frazzled nerves, whereinplulntlff
named Court and cause,
i respective Troop Committees. (I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
then they need additional sedative seeks divorce. Flrndford shall thin
Telegraph publish
d This procedure will enable Scoutsto County Telegraph hull publish this County In next four weekly leques. PLUGS
t *, and today three habit- be advanced by their local Order In next four weekly lesuet.Witness Order Wltnena my hand and official / \ I -f-
hand and official
IIti x I'r forming sedatives are being my seal at Starke, Florida this October .
7i I boards in all cases except to the seal at Btarke. Florida, thM) October
old IOU
by t lhe> tOI'UJ.I .
ranks of Star Life and Eagle. 18th, 1945. w (OFFICIAL-SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I Tlmton
c (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma. . *
Clerk of said Court.
{ ? know you want to me These three higher ranks In A* Clerkof Maid Court. As Kach H Douglas, Gainesville Fla.

yourself from this unhealthy Scouting will still be awarded at T. Frank Landrum, Starke: 10.16 Florida Atty. for PIt. 10.19 4t 11.9 FACTORY METHOD
1' Atty. for Plf. 4t 11.9
habit which one started the dlsti let-wide court of honor. wIth 65c ..,ts., *
ty ,r your RECAPPINGCrtdeA I
in their The Leadership Training Committee iv ditrrir f'Ollt'r. "I'UI"OIiIi iv rmrriT COIKT.CO'XTY 'PFOnD
aperm ownMtrength
('0' '\'rv. FLOIIIItll IV Cll\>- FLOHIUll! IV CIIAV-: old plugs .f 4 .r more
a hail neter IMHMI able announced plans 1 for a (''':11"'. (..:It\'. f Aft
1M4 }, ,G A to break, therefore, I have pirmltleil I Basic Training Course to be held William T. O. Welch Plaintiff, v*. Constance DeLuca. Plaintiff, v.... Quelity Rubber f.UUlfelt
t I brace Bonnurts Welch, Defendant. Joseph DeLuca, Defendant. Cave No ear owner will want to miss this sensational value. Firestone
? 'f fi my numo to IM used In on four consecutive Tuesday even- Case No. 4111 No. 4109.
+ Ton
y get the
cconnC'C'tlolJ'hh tliiit printed Ings, beginning; Nov. 27. The sessions ORDER OF, PUBLICATION AND ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Polonium Spark Plugs are guaranteed to give quicker, easier Firestone DeLuxe famous
v starts back!
Z + DW-IC"" will be held at the State STATE OF FLORIDA to-: grape fiT ATE OF l
tli'3' ( eV I Farm Community House, which ,is Hi>n"iirt Welch whose addreoH l I.: :. RM v-"h whose re ldeticaIn safety, extra traction and
Sinkers are actually doping centrally located In the district. i 3215 li-everly Boulevard, } IT. W. % Fleet Post longer mileage.YES..They're .
F Call fntn la. lOII'WOOd'j Office, New York New York.
,; et their nerves and polsonlnjf" their I The bourse la planned) for and You are required tr I You are required to appear on

is *)"Httt' ,iH. You lint: 'U'Hdo I will be to all Scoutmasters! November HI.) 1913, In the above November 19, 1945.. In the above
I '' l + open named l Court and cause wherein 'named Court and 'cnuse, wherein
yon know'I I And assistants members of troop plaintiff .i>..k. dlvon-w. Bradford I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
I heads of' County Telegraph shall publIsh this i County' Telegraph shall publish this Here ,
k ?* 1\allll6 I antol.el'heuvlly. up j I committees sponsoring Order In next four weekly issue Order, In next four weekly) InmieH.I
1 i to the jeiir lU'JO, and when I institutions, district committee Witness my hand and official WltneHH my hand l and officialHeal
members In .neiil, At Htarke, 1"loI'ld.Ihl.* October at Stark, l<'lor"thllt October Beautiful
y 4i( {I'' did quit once and for all, I men serving any 18,. 1945.OFFICIAL 17th 1945.OFFICIAL.
ief'va{ t t f is WUM weak and mNeral l and capacity in Scout work, and other ( SEALV! A. J. Thomas, ) ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma, SEAT COVERS
men who would be interested In An Clerk of said I Court. An Clerk, of Bald Court.
4 1'r mean for air. weeks' before the'! T. Frank Lundrum 8tark, Florida Zach. II. Douglas,, Xlalnenvllle. Fla.Atty. s t
'9 tIiiilHli effort wore off, hut I serving. Field I I EX'Icutivert.. Atty. for Plf. 10-11)9) 4t 11-9 for Pit 10.1>?? 4t 11-8 + BIKE I
I Rowand pointed out that this type 6.95 .
have not aniolied at any time . ,",,- ----- -- , UP
y to !ilnce! tlien. of basic training course, la "whatwe .. ., .. ... .. ''- __ __,'.. :<<" n .. . ." ',' .. ', ., .. SEAT

have been calling for, and It Is Excellently tailored,

How did I stop'f hoped that a large number of c smartly styled, designed COVER

,r I+ l wr HURRICANE WARNING V T exclusively for Firestone.
r 1q My answer I la .this:, I pruned IV: ClllClir 001 IIT. HHI>POIII> Double, lock-stitclied
I A $ 4 and asked for will pouer tomrvrconto rot' >T\-, FLOIIIU.ll CHtV- seams give extra 1.29

: 1 ti thin filthy, foul-Mnell- V.( KHV.C1. Allen\ Plitlntlrr. V*. Ruth Since 1926 seven hurricanes of strength.. .

1 lug habit and I quit. Folly Allen, Defendant.' Can No. disaster proportions have swept Mad of test telietdhearllng !

rrr hS 4099.ortnnn 'OF PtBIJCATION'ANi over various sections of the United sheepskin.
> ''stn r''ti', Tho Ix>rd neter made any ) NOTlCti TO APPEAR States. Most of them struck in

i ; BWMly'M/ tunic to l>.. filled with STATE: OF FI.DIUDA. to: Ruth '
Emil) Allen whose address is: Haa- September. $3 Trade-In
i $1, any kind of smoke Ixfauite It ford Delaware. ,
The only protection against wind
4 t l ''t v In. not fresh air and we need You are required to appear on -
1 November 19, 1945, In the above storm loss is INSURANCE. Don'twait For Your Old BatteryThe -
I frewh\ air. I E. Barnes M.
4 ,
# ,1 n named Court and cause, wherein BIKE
V"" + (13; t IL. ChltILgCl.! plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford until you see the warning r
A 1dt County I Telegraph .uliull publish thisOrder signal-that will be too late. > Famous KICK I STAND
Thin article from the In next four weekly Immen.Wltnafti "
copied my hand and official Call Us Today Phone 116 Power-Packed ;, fc
i 1"" October lot IHMIU, of "The Heal at Htarke, Florida, this October Sal l49c !h

1 '1j&i i : Shield" . 16th.(OFFICIAL 1945 SEAL') A. 'J. Thomas, PERMA-LIFE

An Clerk of mild Court. H. C. WALL AGENCY
-- H O. Itrown Mtarke. Florida 11.95Invest *
= Atty. for Tit. 10-19 4t 11.9 1iacJo....
L :Baked enamel
11 Harold G. Wall Ion E. WilsonCLASSIFIED
finish. Fits any

In the best . the famous Fvnna-Uf Ifs :packed standard sire

r' _____ ___ .____ __ H_. _h.______ __ __ _____.. __ _ with power for split, sure starting; ,I bike.
In spite of our great loss and bereavement, v

we will carry on the Geo. C. Johns Furniture O.ep Powerful. Tone Commands the Road R'edrferIa.faM

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Store and will endeavor to give the people of Twin us.tRUMPET .

.. MATTRESSES of all kInd. reno HAVE! IT FIXED Many. little
>, Wk; this trade area the high type of service and vated; furniture upholstered and thing; are breaking; up aroundthe HORN
reflnlnhed. Drop u* a card. house these days that you y* $6.45
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Box would replace If you could get
merchandise that my son, the late Geo. C. 330, Palatl._. Fla. tf them. This Is ImpoMlble, but
nh, l; maybe I can fix It. Ask fopFrank
FOR HALE-40 acres, about 25 In at Telegraph Office. tf FIRE
a' !- Johns, would have wished. I take this oppor cultivation, pretty good house, I

one mile from Farmer Market I
1 half mile from hard road A LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND
tunity to Invite his many friends to visit the bargain. Will cell all or will cut i
In 10-acre, tract.-E. W. Hayea. BUSINESS PROPERTY . $8.45

store and help us carry on in the tradition 10-13 Itp Top Quality; In every reape2L. Handsome)

FOR SALEroom houne; 4 acres :Roman gold.uetUnstre finish. Como Discharges contlnn.plet.lyP feet.-
that he had established. on highway 2$. 1% miles north sEAL stream of twenty-five
of Keystone Heights, $1,150 cah.. 7=ROUT ESTATE) >> : wired. Built-ia relay. or more. Completely 1IiJ 4.

; See Walrath & Walrath Keystone Great... sdvevtber of ron.. Quart siM.
10-11 ,
Height 2tp try prope..,. Hu made tnrrmmlrm
f' 12.000 of llomco:-F."e. .rm.-
,' -- ....... Bvyvra from oil over the .

; Its I S. Jo nni World. Froo oven llBtlnsr. Hiir*.r*.nr Special' PRICE CUT OIL' I F I L T II



) rhI s 116 So. Walnut St. BROOM $1.10

Gas Heat Gas Cooking Just I
I 1.33
LightsCompletely da lsn d. Mr. Bertha P.arce, 305 Just t
l APARTMENTS FOR RENT West Madison St. 7-2 -4tt $3.69

Furnished t Sweeps clean
FOR 8ALK-< room house of. fur.nhture Handy two-foot II... Var-, and fast. Fin
+ ,
Ua'lf IncludingFrlaldalr*. table
See You Need One
t--; nigh finish with red enamel
Book top Florence oirang., two complete I n Quality broom-
A Room Ahead
bedroom suits with innerspring steps and top.Very sturdily com

k f WE HAVE THEM $15 Per Month Up mattresses and one with ball -_tIf
For 'Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S felt '"attre.... Inquire at S13 N. I Prolong the life of'v

44i ls lswt Church St., W. R. Alvarei. tl by k.. motor iii

BUILDING MATERIALS .. PLACE FOR apartment RENT-Two, 2 miles, three out four Kant room Call While TJi.y icntf Servo 20%(>r Gal clean.tridga Lit dotli* trNIsehell ._

St. Clark' Brookclde F.. r mApartments.
i 1000 Feet From B Gate 10-12 tip -

ti Will Soon Be Released
u -Slnrr sewing machine Th. rs
must b. In good condition. Mr. STEEL
F' rl U R. Starling, Rte 3, Box 87,
+ WANTED--Snu.ll Ice refrigerator Stark. 10-12 Stp
cheap Han 226. Htark lip
Get Your Lot Now In
STRAYED Black mule, weight a. Stuffed
FOR SALE-Fryer*. 607 W. Madl- bout /900 lb.. Strayed 8 wk..
eon Vt., Starke lip agi>. Has bushy tall and man, Smooth WillowCLOTHE3BASKET

: VI IE Ii U 1:2': ST and small bump on right hip. IS ANIMALS
FOR SALE-one and one half acres reward If shut up and notify
of improved sugar can*. T. L.Casey A. 8. Fomythe Rt. a, Box 71 B.
graham Fla. It 10-1J Ztp 11..2.91 2.69 69c
A Beautiful Restricted Sub Division l' 1.98...
FOR SALE or trade for touring FOR KKNT-Heveral cabins. with Closely woven Imported wil >Br&lxly 40c. Popular sdonbU
car 1888 Ford pickup truck. Dennis cooking facilities; also outside low. Finest quality Choice of several
't CHOICE LOTS / Smith PX No. 3. Camp Blan- rooms with heat light, water family use. Finest steel styles Safe for baby.
ding, Fla. lip linens and rover furnlMhed. 91
$100 DOWN $10 PER MONTH per week. 209 Christian !St. or
1' , i WANTED Jor 4 room furnished Phon. 113. it
apartment Two s c boo I-alre
'Y 4 children Write Box 431-A Starke. FOR 8AI.R-B ft. FrlsMdalre with

: SEE Up new unit 4 year factory guarantee J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
FOR RENT-Two room furnished toO. Parker Studio 31T
N. 11th St. Palatka, Fla. lip
garage. apartment. located In FOR SALE-Home trailer, Rood
Hampton rate reasonable. .

y'' t w. T. CLUTE, REALTOR FOR L. I.RENT iienhaugh- Comfortable, Hampton.quiet lip condition. Inquire Coea-Cola plant.ltp Dodge & Plymouth

.'leeplngroom In nice. neighbor VETERANS-Would you like a
hood suitable for two working; Watkins business In this county
119 EAST CALL STREET people. Light breakfast If de-1 1 Write THE J. R. WATKINS 600 Temple Ave. STARKE FLO
SrARKE sired. Inquire Box 411 B. Bradford rOMPANV. 17 Hunnlcutt St., N. ,
County Telegraph lip W., Atlanta 3, U 10-1 8tt



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